Presented by the White House Historical Association
Mona Lisa in Camelot
- Stewart McLaurin
- Author Margaret Leslie Davis
- 37 minutes
In 1963, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy helped arrange one of the most daring art exhibits in history, charming the French Government into loaning her the Mona Lisa as part of her mission to share the arts with the American people. Stewart McLaurin talks to author Margaret Leslie Davis about this fascinating episode of "Mona Mania" that gripped the country, and why it has been largely forgotten today.
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President of the White House Historical Association
As President of the White House Historical Association Stewart McLaurin leads the nonpartisan, nonprofit in its mission to preserve, protect, and provide access to White House history. As a lifelong student of history, Stewart is an avid reader and storyteller. His first book, White House Miscellany was published this past year and he authors a quarterly column in the White House History Journal. Drawing on his own experiences, relationships, and knowledge he provides listeners with a front row seat to history at the White House.