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The Cross Halls
Footprints both great and small have left their mark on the Cross Halls.

Life in the Cross Halls
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Cross Hall Photo Essay
Video Tour
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Lincoln Bedroom Tour
President George W. Bush prepares for his speech about the Department of Homeland Security with Karen Hughes, Counselor to the President, in the Cross Hall of the White House on June 6, 2002. President George W. Bush prepares for his speech about the Department of Homeland Security with Karen Hughes, Counselor to the President, in the Cross Hall of the White House on June 6, 2002.
 
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President's Hall
Dolley Madison Edith Roosevelt Grace Coolidge
First Ladies' Gallery

Although President Coolidge threw out the opening pitch, the real baseball fan was standing next to him. Grace Coolidge kept perfect scorecards of baseball games and stayed behind after the President made an early exit from the game.
Presidents & Baseball
Take a look at the America's pastime from its highest-ranking fan.
  White House Rose Garden
Gardens
Take a look at the history of the gardens and grounds.
  "Young Mother and Two Children" (1908) (at right), by Mary Cassatt (1844-1926). Oil on canvas. Gift of an anonymous donor. (1965)
White House Art
Discover the great works in the White House collection.
 
This Day in History
 

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Today's History Question
 
Abigail Fillmore was the first First Lady to hold a job outside of her home after her marriage. What was her occupation?