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The West Wing (lower right) at night in December 2006
The West Wing (lower right) at night in December 2006
Aerial view of the West Wing with solar panels visible on the roof of the Cabinet Room in 1984
Aerial view of the West Wing with solar panels visible on the roof of the Cabinet Room in 1984
The main entrance on the north side in October 2007
The main entrance on the north side in October 2007
The original West Wing and tennis court, c. 1903
The original West Wing and tennis court, c. 1903
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Top: the Executive Residence's northern facade with a columned portico facing the North Lawn and Lafayette Square Bottom: the Executive Residence's so
Top: the Executive Residence's northern facade with a columned portico facing the North Lawn and Lafayette Square Bottom: the Executive Residence's southern facade with a semi-circular portico facing the South Lawn and The Ellipse
Aerial view of the White House complex, including Pennsylvania Avenue (closed to traffic) in the foreground, the Executive Residence and North Portico
Aerial view of the White House complex, including Pennsylvania Avenue (closed to traffic) in the foreground, the Executive Residence and North Portico (center), the East Wing (left), and the West Wing and the Oval Office at its southeast corner.
The first presidential mansion, Samuel Osgood House in Manhattan, occupied by Washington from April 1789 – February 1790
The first presidential mansion, Samuel Osgood House in Manhattan, occupied by Washington from April 1789 – February 1790
The second presidential mansion, Alexander Macomb House, in Manhattan, occupied by Washington from February–August 1790
The second presidential mansion, Alexander Macomb House, in Manhattan, occupied by Washington from February–August 1790