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white house renovation 1950 20 Historical Photos of President Harry Trumans Immense White House Renovation

The White House East Room after the Tiffany redecorating, around 1883.

The White House East Room after the Tiffany redecorating, around I wonder what happened to those stunning Chandeliers ?

White House Christmas 2010 - White House Christmas Through the Years: A Presidential Photo Album on HGTV

White House Christmas Through the Years: A Presidential Photo Album

White House Christmas 2010 - White House Christmas Through the Years: A Presidential Photo Album on HGTV The East Room is the largest room in the White House and where most of this year's holiday parties will be held.

vintage Victorian room- maybe paint the walls behind  the sconces with these designs?

vintage Victorian room- maybe paint the walls behind the sconces with these designs?

3dcca1472485448a94b0a5a7309ccccd The #WhiteHouse is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. It is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C

The White House - East Wing

In 1950 the White House underwent a major restoration project at the request of President Truman. These black and white photos show the gutted White House, including the Oval Office.

Obama legacy includes a new look for White House’s State Dining Room - The Washington Post

Obama legacy includes a new look for White House’s State Dining Room

20 Historical Photos of President Harry Truman’s Immense White House Renovation

President Harry Truman's White House Renovation

From 1949 to 1951 President Harry S. Truman undertook the largest renovation of the White House since it was destroyed by fire in 1814

Early view from the White House looking towards the Capitol.

Early view (painting) from the White House looking towards the Capitol ~ Washington, DC

View of the north wall of the second-floor corridor of the White House during the renovation. The truss work in the walls of the North Hall have been removed. (National Archives)

Structurally unsound: A view of the second floor corridor of the White House during the renovation, pictured in the renovation took four years to complete

The White House as it appeared in 1814, after the British burned it. Dolly Madison rolled up the famous portrait of George Washington, that now hangs in the East room and rescued it from the flames.

The White House ruins after the conflagration of August Watercolor by George Munger, displayed at the White House

abf76af036f4b3fbdf6617ad9b61bc22 The #WhiteHouse is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. It is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C

The White House - East Wing

5fbed65be9e3bdb3c3eb3fb14952ca5f The #WhiteHouse is the official residence and workplace of the President of the United States. It is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C

The White House - East Wing

The White House: "White House tent in Rose Garden." A view of the executive mansion from over the West Wing looking east past the Treasury and along Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol.

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