2018 "Season's Greetings from the White House" NEW 8th Edition
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2018 "Season's Greetings from the White House" NEW 8th Edition

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PRE-SALE - PURCHASE ALONE. - AT DISCOUNTED PRICE - SHIPS LATE SEPTEMBER -.This is the new 2018 Edition of "Season's Greetings from the White House". This beautiful book includes stories of Presidential Christmas cards, messages & gifts spanning the presidents from Calvin Coolidge to Donald J. Trump.

This book documents nearly a century of Christmases at the White House. Includes National Tree lighting speeches.

Covers such topics as:

  • Calvin Coolidge’s walk to the park to light the first National Christmas Tree
  • FDR’s undeterred love of Christmas during 12 years of war and peace
  • Dwight Eisenhower paintings reproduced for his Christmas gift prints
  • The Jackie Kennedy South Lawn sleigh ride that became a Christmas card
  • Pat Nixon’s unheralded acquisitions and restoration of the White House
  • Ronald Reagan, who had the National Tree lit on his Inauguration Day
  • Barbara Bush, with a record 12 rides to the top of the National Tree
  • The Clintons’ contributions to a Contemporary White House Christmas
  • White House tours closed before George W. Bush’s first Christmas there
  • See how the Obamas’ Christmas cards and decorations went to the dogs
  • Donald Trump’s campaign promise to bring back “Merry Christmas”

Details

  • 8th Edition by Mary Evans Seeley.
  • 352 pages.
  • Published by A Presidential Christmas Corp.
  • September Release.
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