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President's House, Red Room.

Red Room in the White House, Washington, D.C.

Red Room, White House.

Ionic room.

Red Room in the White House, Washington, D.C.

Red Room in the White House, Washington, D.C.

President's Room.

The President's Room, Senate.

The Marble Room, Senate.

Red Room in the White House, Washington, D.C.

President's House, Green Room.

President's Room, U.S. Capitol.

Sitting room, Rathbun House.

[President's Room, U.S. Capitol.]

[Interior of Marcus H. Rogers' residence, furniture, light fixtures, layout of rooms visible.]

Lafayette's room.

President's Room, in U.S. Capitol.

President's House, Blue Room.

Red Room, President's House.

The Green Room.

Interior of Residence, N.Y.

Blue room in the President's House.

Green Room in President's Mansion, Washington, D.C.

Green Room in President's Mansion, Washington, D.C.

Green Room in President's Mansion, Washington, D.C.

Green Room in President's House.

Red Room, President's Mansion, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., La Sala Roja en el Palacio, Washington, D.C., E.U. de A.

Mrs. Harrison's Reception Room, President's Mansion, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., El Salon de la Senora Harrison en la casa de Presidente, Washington, D.C., E.U. de A.

Blue Room in the President's House.

Blue Room in President's Mansion.

[Interior view of the White House.]

Green Room in President's Mansion.

President's Room, Capitol.

Grandfather Nutter's Room, Thomas Bailey Aldrich Memorial, Portsmouth, N. H.

Lafayette Room, Where Lafayette Slept, Washington's Headquarters, Morris-Jumel Mansion

Visitors Reception Room National Cash Register Co., Dayton Ohio

Banquet Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Newly Decorated Blue Room in White House, Washington, D.C..

The President's Room, U. S. Capitol, Washington, D. C.

Interior work : Art and Architecture Room, room 340.

Mahogany and gilt Georgian suite in the gallery and green drawing-room of Longford Castle. By permission of the Earl of Radnor, ca. 1730.

Salon de musique of Queen Marie Antoinette, Palace of Fontainebleau, France. Showing the following contemporary Louis XVI furniture: Carved and gilt console. Petit trianon, Versailles. Gilt settee in Beauvais tapestry. Palace of the Elysée, Paris. Table ormolu mounted and with Sèvres plaques: formerly the property of Queen Marie Antoinette. Jones bequest, South Kensington, London. Marqueterie cabinet ormolu mounted and with Sèvres plaques: formerly the property of Queen Marie Antoinette. Jones bequest, South Kensington, London. Marqueterie cabinet ormolu mounted and with Sèvres plaques. Jones bequest, South Kensington, London. Carved gilt chairs. Wallace collection, Manchester Square, London.

Painted caned satinwood settee, part of a suite containing also two arm-chairs, late eighteenth century. Property of Lady Wernher.

Upholstered chair and couch with adjustable ends. The property of Lord Sackville, Knole Park, ca. 1600.

Carved walnut darby and Joan settee. The property of Mr. N. C. Neill, ca. 1725.

Carved gilt couch covered in rose brocade de Lyons. French: style, late Consulate. From the Chateau de Maisons-Laffitte, Paris. The property of T. Leman Hare, Esq.

The Shelton, New York: Game Room

The Shelton, New York: Reading Room

Library, House of Moses Taylor, Esq., Portsmouth, R.I.

Living room of new Greenbelt house. Greenbelt, Maryland.

Presidents room ; Reception room ; Reception foyer ; An engineers office ; Engineering conference room.

Staten Island Center for Active Service Men, Stapleton, Staten Island, N.Y. [int. view of living room with sailor leaning on mantle and another man on sofa]

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