Issue 58 • Summer 2020
Photographing the White House
Perhaps the most widely recognized landmark in the world, the White House has been the subject of both amateur and professional photography since the 1840s. This issue of White House History Quarterly explores some of the earliest known photographs of the White House and features articles on amateur photographers Walter J. Hussey and Jeffrey Parsons, as well as staff photographers of the last fifty years. Susan Ford Bales shares her memories of photographing her father, President Gerald Ford, during his administration. Ten photos selected from submissions by the general public will also be featured. Our Presidential Sites Quarterly Feature will showcase Disney Parks as a Presidential destination.
Issue 59 • Fall 2020
Celebrating Holidays at the White House
“Celebrating the Holidays at the White House” will feature articles on the history of Hanukkah observance at the White House, the process of choosing artwork for presidential Christmas cards, White House Christmas trees, and the history of holiday decorations in the East and West Wings. A story of New Year’s Day receptions will be covered, as well as an article on First Family holiday traditions.
Issue 60 • Winter 2021
60 Years of the White House Historical Association
The sixtieth issue of White House History Quarterly marks the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the White House Historical Association with articles on the establishment of the Association and the debut of the first White House guidebook. Acquisitions made for the White House collection over the years will be highlighted along with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s project to renovate the State Rooms.
Issue 61 • Spring 2021
Science and Innovation at the White House
The White House has been home to the president for over 200 years and throughout those years the presidents have add innovative updates to make the house more livable. Issue sixty-one will cover an early innovation, running water in the White House, and more modern innovations, including television, the taping system, and the MOLINK hotline. Space exploration and the influence of technology on the White House will be covered, as well as the Situation Room.
Issue 62 • Summer 2021
Remembering September 11, 2001
Issue 63 • Fall 2021
Memoirs and Primary Documents
Issue 64 • Winter 2022
Children's Literature, Fine Arts, and More
Issue 65 • Spring 2022
White House Gardens and Grounds
Issue 66 • Summer 2022
Late 20th and Early 21st Century Fashion at the White House
Other topics in progress:
The White House and the Sea
Military Roles in the White House
The White House and World War II
Pets and Working Animals at the White House
The White House in Television
The White House and the South