Real Life at the White House: Two Hundred Years of Daily Life at America's Most Famous Residence

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Psychology Press, 2002 - History - 511 pages
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A richly illustrated book on America's most famous residence. Packed with photographs and anecdotes from every administration this is the essential guide to Presidetial living.
 

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Filled with anecdotes, quotations, and photographs, this well-written book is the third collaboration of the father/ daughter team of historian John Whitcomb and journalist Claire Whitcomb (House ... Read full review

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Father/daughter author team John and Claire Whitcomb have previously collaborated on Oh Say Can You See: Unexpected Anecdotes about American History (1987) and Great American Anecdotes (1994). John Whitcomb has taught American history for 32 years. Claire Whitcomb has written extensively about houses and history while on the staffs of magazines such as House & Garden, House Beautiful and Victoria.

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