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White House- Washington DC- circa 1950 Photographed by my grandfather with Leica 111c 35mm circa 1950
A Look Back: Incredible Photos of the White House Taken in 1950
Take a look back in time with these incredible photos of the White House taken in 1950. Click the link to see more photos taken by my grandfather with a Leica 111c 35mm camera.
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A Look Back in Time – President Herbert Hoover with Boys and Girls at the White House
Take a look back in time with this cool old photo showing President Herbert Hoover with a large group of boys and girls at the White House. Source: Shorpy.
Engraving of the Capitol after it was burned in August 1814
Engravings of the President's House and the Capitol Building Following the Burning of Washington in 1814
Explore these amazing engravings of the President's House and the Capitol Building following the Burning of Washington on August 24, 1814. The engravings were done by William Strickland and depict the destruction caused by the British attack and subsequent tornado.
South portico of the White House as seen through entrance from East Executive Ave., N.W.
A Jaw-Dropping View of the White House's South Portico
Get a stunning view of the White House's South Portico with this image from Library of Congress. Click on the image to see a much larger version.
Children and parents on lawn of the White House for Easter Monday egg roll
Uncovering History: A Look at the 1944 Easter Monday Egg Roll at the White House
Explore a piece of history with us as we uncover a photo of the 1944 Easter Monday Egg Roll at the White House. See the photo and learn more here!
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How Cool Is This Old Photo of the White House in the Late 19th Century?
Take a look at this amazing old photo of the White House in the late 19th century! Can anyone accurately date it? Also, does it look like an iPhone on its side?
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The White House Conservatory in 1857: What It Was Like During James Buchanan and Franklin Pierce's Presidencies
Take a look at the White House conservatory in 1857, and get a glimpse into what life was like during the presidencies of James Buchanan and Franklin Pierce. The conservatory was eventually demolished to be replaced by the West Wing.
The White House at night
A Remarkable Photograph of the White House After a Winter Snow in 1907
A stunning photograph of the North Portico of the White House after a winter snow in 1907. See the incredible picture and discover its history here!
Army Officers at New Year reception, [Washington, D.C.], 1/1/25
Celebrating the New Year: A Look Back at a 1925 White House Reception
Celebrate the New Year with a look back at a 1925 White House reception. See a photo of a group of military officers visiting the White House 89 years ago today.
Jubilant crowd on V-J day dancing on the White House lawn
Victory of Japan Day in Washington, DC - Celebrating the End of World War II
Flashback to August 14th, 1945 - Victory of Japan day and the final end of World War II. Read about the celebration that took place in front of the White House, in Lafayette Square, and the other regular happenings of the day.

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