|Size||4 3/4" x 7 1/2"|
|Material||Letterpress printed on heavy archival stock|
How did the White House get its name? How many rooms, doors, and windows are in the White House? Is there a swimming pool? Or a tennis court? How many weddings, births and deaths have occurred there? This book of White House miscellany, written by Stewart D. McLaurin, president of the White House Historical Association, is a treasury of interesting stories, observations, and facts by the numbers about the President’s House architects, rooms, gardens, events, first families, and more. Published by Thornwillow Press.
This book is hand-crafted, letterpress printed on heavy archival stock with a vellum finish. 55 pages. 4 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches.
About the Author
Stewart D. McLaurin is President of the White House Historical Association. Stewart's career spans the non-profit, education, and public policy fields.
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