Season's Greetings from the White House ebook
by Mary Evans Seeley
This is a great accomplishment and the book will be used for ever and ever.
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Season's Greetings fr. .by Mary Evans Seeley. Season's Greetings from the White House by Mary Evans Seeley has been updated through the 2004 Christmas at the White House.
Mary Evans Seeley is an expert on Christmas celebrations in the White House. All White House Christmas books will be measured by this one in the future. It is a book for historians, Americana fans, Christmas collectors and art lovers. A must for all collectors of White House Christmas memorabilia. Every home and office should have this book on display during Christmas time.
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Seeley, Mary Evans; Season’s Greetings From the White House: Presidential Words and Pictures. Discussion published by System Administrator on Thursday, September 28, 2017.
Mary Evans Seeley is a collector, historian, lecturer, author and publisher of two .
Mary Evans Seeley is a collector, historian, lecturer, author and publisher of two books about Christmas at the White House. Encouraged by White House Curator, Rex Scouten to write Season’s Greetings from the White House, Mrs. Seeley has visited 12 Presidential libraries and birthplaces, met Presidents Reagan and Bush, interviewed Laura Bush, Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan, Rosalyn Carter, and Betty Ford, received communications from Lady Bird Johnson, the Clinton White House and the First Ladies Office of MelaniaTrump White House, and talked. with First Family children, including John Coolidge.
The collection has been displayed twice at the White House. She also signed copies of her book.
She also showed some slides of the items in the collection. The collection has been displayed twice at the White House.