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LATEST ISSUE: White House History 36


Surrounding the President of the United States, clouds of relatives move about both close and distant, ever marked by their association with him. White House History presents in this issue a series of stories of presidential kin beginning with President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s mother, the indomitable Sara Delano Roosevelt, and moving back in time to George Washington Park Custis, Martha Washington’s grandson, who filled an Arlington mansion with Washington’s Revolutionary memorabilia. An amazing group, if only a glimpse of over two centuries of kinfolk and the White House. The issue features new photography by Bruce White and original artwork by John Hutton.

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White House History

After Word

Stirrups and Spurs Have Returned to the Equestrian Statue of Andrew Jackson

by James M. Goode

This article is an After Word to "Four Salutes to the Nation: The Equestrian Statue of General Andrew Jackson" by James M. Goode, published in White House History 27, Spring 2010.




White House History

After Word

History for Sale

by Mary Jo Binker

This article is an After Word to "A Journey into Nowhere: The Redirected Vacation of President Harry S. Truman," by Mary Jo Binker, published in White House History 28, Fall 2010.





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