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In and out of the White House, from Washington to the Eisenhowers

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In and out of the White House, from Washington to the Eisenhowers
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Publisher: W. Funk
ISBN/ASIN: B0007DL54U
Number of pages: 404

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Since the beginning of our history as a nation, Americans have had a very special interest in both the informal and the official social life of our capital. This book is an intimate glimpse into the social and domestic aspects of the Presidential life.

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