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Dining at the President's House

Although Jefferson went to great lengths to keep his public and private lives separate, the periodic dinners he held at the President's House in Washington illustrate a superb talent for using a contrived domestic setting as a tool to gain political ends.[1]


The Hall served as a reception area and waiting room for visitors and a museum of American natural history, western civilization, and American Indian cultures. View Room Panorama Overview Dimensions: 27' 11"x 23' 9"; ceiling 18' 2"