The White House in 1992, while renovations of the exterior were going on (HABS - Jack Boucher). The White House in 1984, looking northwest (Dept of Defense). The White House in 1961, looking north (Kennedy Library - Robert Knudsen). Overview from the south, around 1948 (U of Utah Marriott Library - Truman Library) . The south face 1945 (Life - George Skadding)
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There are two main White House tours – tours of the East Wing, or the West Wing. The East Wing is by far the most common White House tour to undertake, and allows you access to where the President lives. By contrast, the West Wing tour is where the business happens, and includes the famous Oval Office.What is the Whitehouse made of?
The White House's exterior walls are made of white painted Aquia Creek sandstone that was quarried by slaves. This is the same stone that was used to build the Capitol building.How the White House was built?
Construction of the White House began with the laying of the cornerstone on October 13, 1792, although there was no formal ceremony. The main residence, as well as foundations of the house, were built largely by enslaved and free African-American laborers, as well as employed Europeans.What are rooms in the White House?
The White House is a legitimate mansion and, as such, has many rooms. Currently there are 132 rooms in the White House and there are also 35 bathrooms, 6 floors (levels).
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