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President's Dining Room, George W. Bush Administration

This photograph of the President's Dining Room by Peter Vitale was taken in 2007 during the George W. Bush administration. The room is located on the Second Floor of the Executive Mansion in the northwest corner. The President's Dining Room was originally a bedroom referred to as the Prince of Wales Room after the 1860 visit of Edward Albert, Queen Victoria's son who would later become King Edward VII. It was not until the Kennedy administration that the room became the President's Dining Room and main eating room for the First Family. President and Mrs. Bush refurbished the room in 2005 and decorated the room with Georgia O'Keeffe's 1932 painting Jimson Weed.
Peter Vitale
Date of Work
White House Historical Association