The White House past and the present. Aerial view of The White House in Washington DC in the late 1950s. Scene with 1950s cars parked and moving in parking areas and roads in front of the White House. Visitors walking on the White House grounds near the North Portico. View of a Birch tree planted by wife of President Calvin Coolidge and Magnolia trees by President Andrew Jackson. View of the south portico entrance and the north entrance of the White House. Plans and sketches of of The White House. Portraits of President John Adams and his wife Abigail Smith. Portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. Plan of the east and the west wing of The White House. Illustration of British attack on The White House. Portraits of President James Madison and his wife Alley. Portrait of President George Washington. Portrait of President James Monroe. Picture of President Abraham Lincoln. Footage of President Lincoln's study room, and his bedroom with its custom bed over 8 feet in length. Sketch of President Benjamin Harrison taking oath. Still images of ornate furnishings in the White House during Harrison's tenure. Still images of more simplified furnishings in the White House under Theodore Roosevelt. Picture of President Theodore Roosevelt with sons. Aerial view of the new west wing area enlarged for White House office use. Still photo of Theodore Roosevelt writing. Footage of President Woodrow Wilson signing a bill at his desk, with a crowd of officials standing by. Footage of United States Military officers and French General Ferdinand Foch and other French military officers entering the White House to meet with President Harding on October 29, 1921. (Foch was touring the U.S. and being officially thanked for his leadership in World War I.)
The White House in Washington DC. Exteriors of the White House. People stand near a fence and look inside. Women walk on a sidewalk. People walk on a sidewalk towards the White House. People enter the White House. Children walk on a sidewalk towards the White House. A child in a pram. Cars parked outside the White House. Entrance door of the White House. Stairs in the White House.
Welcome preparations for King Faisal ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia in Washington DC. A man puts up flags of Saudi Arabia and the United States. Two men paste posters of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson and King Faisal. A military band plays. Allied flags in the background. U.S. Marine honor guard on the south lawn of White House. View from inside a helicopter over the Ellipse, with White House visible, ahead. U.S. Army trumpeters line the balcony of White House and trumpet fanfare as King Faisal's car arrives at the White House. A drum roll sounds as he steps from his car. The King shakes hands with the President, who stands at edge of drive to personally greet him. The President escorts King Faisal along a red carpet to a stage on the south lawn of the White House. The military band plays. The soldiers salute. President Johnson speaks into a microphone and greets King Faisal with traditional greeting in Arabic. He then talks about U.S. relations with Saudi Arabia. People applaud after the welcome speech. King Faisal replies and expresses gratitude. Scenes of a welcoming parade in the streets of Washington, DC. A sign reads 'His Majesty King Faisal'. U.S. soldiers march and a band plays. People line sidewalks to see and to welcome the King. Military units parade. The King rides in a limousine with two Secret Service Agents standing on the rear of the car. He arrives at Blair House, directly across from the Old Executive Office Building and adjoining White House. . He is greeted an official from the City who presents him the "keys to the City."
United States President Harry S. Truman addresses the nation from the White House in Washington D.C., United States. President Truman addresses the nation over national radio from the White House. President says that industrial and defense production must be increased. People gathered in a large number as the American flag is hoisted. People seated in front of an amphitheater. American soldiers advance and tanks roll in Korea. Flags of Allied nations. President Truman says that our goal is peace. United Nations Security Council. Representative of United States at the meeting. President Truman says that appeasement of evil is not the road to peace. President says that USA will meet any danger with courage and determination.
King Faisal ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia during a visit to Washington DC. A banner across the street reads 'Welcome His Majesty King Faisal'. Cars move out of the White House. Spectators line the sidewalks outside the White House. The White House in the background. Flags of the United States and Saudi Arabia. A military bands plays. U,S. military units parade. Spectators line the sidewalks. The King and President Johnson in a motorcade. A poster of King Faisal and President Johnson on a pole. A flag of Saudi Arabia and a poster beneath the flag. The King and the President ride in the rear seat of a limousine, with Secretary of State, while Dean Rusk, and another official occupy the seat in front of them. Secret Service agents stand on the rear of the limousine. People standing at the road side applaud to welcome the King. A flag of Saudi Arabia. U.S. military honor guard. The limousine stops at Blair House, across from the White House, on Pennsylvania Avenue. President Johnson and the King of Saudi Arabia step from the car. An greets them and presents the King with a token gift. Photographers take pictures. The King speaks into a microphone, thanking the official for the gift, and also shakes hands with the President. A soldier salutes. President Johnson escorts King Faisal up the steps ot Blair House.
Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi visits United States for better understanding and friendship between the two countries. Prime Minister Gandhi delivers a speech about friendship and understanding in Washington D.C. U.S. President Ronald Wilson Reagan welcomes the Prime Minister Gandhi and gives speech about better understanding between two countries. Animated chart shows that Prime Minister Gandhi starts her visit from New York on 27 July. Prime Minister Gandhi arrives at New York to improve Indian-American relations. She presents a gift "Sculpture of Surya" to United Nations symbolizing a sense of law, virtues and ritual behavior. Photographers take photos. Prime Minister Gandhi delivers a speech that 'May Surya light and strengthen your way'. United Nations Secretary General thanks for wishes and gift given by her. Prime Minister Gandhi arrives at Washington. She disembarks from the plane and being greeted by U.S. ambassador. U.S. President Reagan and Indian Prime Minister Gandhi meet. Official welcome ceremony on morning after her arrival at the White House in Washington D.C. U.S. President Reagan and Mrs Reagan come out the White House. A car arrives at the White House. Miniature flag of India and United States on car. Indian Prime Minister Gandhi gets off from the car. U.S. President Reagan and Mrs Reagan greet her. Mrs. Gandhi being greeted by U.S. officials and dignitaries. Troops stand in attention and National anthem of India being played. Flags of India and United States on White House grounds. U.S. people stand on White House grounds as they show respect towards national anthem of India.