Lincoln Bedroom

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  • Info The Lincoln Bedroom is located in the southeast corner of the second floor of the White House, part of a guest suite that includes the Lincoln Sitting Room. more...
  • The former president's footsteps are also said to be heard in the hall outside the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • It was donated in 1902 and first used in what is today the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • The Lincoln Sitting Room is a small sitting room located next to the Lincoln Bedroom on the second floor of the White House.
  • President Truman himself was once wakened by raps at the door while spending a night in the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • The Carter Bedroom, named after the former president, Lincoln Bedroom, and a couple of other bedrooms are also on this level.
  • The setting of the painting is Lincoln's office, which also served as the Cabinet Room, and is now known as the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • The manuscript, the only one to which Lincoln added his signature, is exhibited in the Lincoln Bedroom of the White House.
  • Before the construction of the West Wing in 1902, the current Lincoln Bedroom was used as either an office or a meeting room for the president's Cabinet.
  • The original drop-lid walnut paneled desk is in the Lincoln Bedroom of the White House.
  • Clinton returned the favor and Jobs, who was a Democratic donor, slept in the Lincoln bedroom of the White House.
  • The couple spent a night in the Lincoln Bedroom at the White House in 1995 upon the invitation of President Bill Clinton.
  • From 1929 to 1948, this room was known as the Lincoln Bedroom, before that it was known as the Prince of Wales Room.
  • Gerald Ford's daughter Susan Ford made a point of never sleeping in the Lincoln Bedroom, out of fear of Lincoln's ghost.
  • From 1929 to 1948, the room contained Lincoln's bed, Lincoln family photographs, and was known as the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • He soon became FDR's personal painter and because of short supplies of office and studio space in wartime D.C., was ensconced in the White House in the Lincoln Bedroom for two years.
  • The report was an examination of the connection between overnight stays in the Lincoln Bedroom during the Clinton presidency and financial contributions to the Democratic Party as well as the Clinton re-election campaign.
  • First used as a reception room for guests of the president (the Lincoln Bedroom and the Queens' Bedroom were originally offices of the chief executive), it is now a family parlor with access to the east rooms on the second floor.
  • Just as Walker is about to pull the trigger, the alarms and sprinklers are activated by Cale setting fire to the Lincoln Bedroom.
  • Margaret Truman, daughter of President Harry S. Truman, said she heard a specter rapping at the door of the Lincoln Bedroom when she stayed there, and believed it was Lincoln.
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