How the White House looked around the turn of the century (1904)

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Take a look at the White House in Washington DC, as it appeared in 1904, during Theodore (“Teddy”) Roosevelt’s presidency.

The lobby of the White House

The Red Room

The Blue Room

The Green Room

The President’s office, White House

The State Dining Room

The East Room

A corner of the East Room

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