Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer.   The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House.  This program is from 1998.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer. The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House. This program is from 1998.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer.   The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House.  This program is from 1999.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer. The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House. This program is from 1999.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer.   The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House.  This program is from 2005.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer. The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House. This program is from 2005.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer.   The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House.  This program is from 2004.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer. The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House. This program is from 2004.

Official Gift Print of President and Mrs. George HW Bush featuring the South Portico of the White House, raised engraved inscription "Wishing you all the blessings of Christmas and happiness in the new year.   The President and Mrs. Bush 1992" and blind embossed coat-of-arms of the president.  Complete with inner and outer envelopes.

Official Gift Print of President and Mrs. George HW Bush featuring the South Portico of the White House, raised engraved inscription "Wishing you all the blessings of Christmas and happiness in the new year. The President and Mrs. Bush 1992" and blind embossed coat-of-arms of the president. Complete with inner and outer envelopes.

President Bill Clinton and Mrs. Hillary Clinton chose "The White House The Blue Room" for the 1995 large and small holiday cards from a painting by Thomas McKnight especially for the White House.  The inner and outer envelopes are intact.   The sentiment reads "Our family wishes you and yours a beautiful holiday season filled with the warmth of friends and loved ones, and with the promise of a happy new year" over the printed signatures of Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

President Bill Clinton and Mrs. Hillary Clinton chose "The White House The Blue Room" for the 1995 large and small holiday cards from a painting by Thomas McKnight especially for the White House. The inner and outer envelopes are intact. The sentiment reads "Our family wishes you and yours a beautiful holiday season filled with the warmth of friends and loved ones, and with the promise of a happy new year" over the printed signatures of Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer.   The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House.  This program is from 1996.

Each year since the first Christmas Proclamation by President Calvin Coolidge in 1923, the White House has been bedecked with holiday cheer in the form of boughs, berries, trees, treats and wonderful Christmas cheer. The public is invited to view the decorations and a program is issued each year to identify the many artists, artisans, and public support for each public room of the White House. This program is from 1996.

Each year since 1933, the First Family has sent out a Christmas Greeting.  The painting "Philadelphia in 1858" by Ferdinand Reinhardt, a painting in the White House, with the inscription "Wishing you a Joyous Christmas and a Happy New Year" was sent as a large gift print by President and Mrs. Ford in 1976.  The outer red envelope is included.

Each year since 1933, the First Family has sent out a Christmas Greeting. The painting "Philadelphia in 1858" by Ferdinand Reinhardt, a painting in the White House, with the inscription "Wishing you a Joyous Christmas and a Happy New Year" was sent as a large gift print by President and Mrs. Ford in 1976. The outer red envelope is included.

Artist Linda Boudreux Montgomery paints the interior of the Texas Governor's Mansion for the 2000 Christmas Card of then Governor George W. Bush.  Framed in acid free red matting the card provides a scriptural verse and the raised engraved inscription "Governor and Mrs. George W. Bush Wish You a Happy Holiday Season and a Peaceful New Year."   A great addition to the future Governor's Christmas cards sent from the White House.

Artist Linda Boudreux Montgomery paints the interior of the Texas Governor's Mansion for the 2000 Christmas Card of then Governor George W. Bush. Framed in acid free red matting the card provides a scriptural verse and the raised engraved inscription "Governor and Mrs. George W. Bush Wish You a Happy Holiday Season and a Peaceful New Year." A great addition to the future Governor's Christmas cards sent from the White House.

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