Summer White House
A "Summer White House" is typically the name given to the regular vacation residence of the sitting President of the United States aside from Camp David, the mountain-based military camp in Frederick County, Maryland, used as a country retreat and for high-alert protection of Presidents and their guests.
|1789–1797||George Washington||Mount Vernon||Alexandria, Virginia|
|1793–1794||George Washington||Deshler-Morris House||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|1853–1857||Franklin Pierce||48 Central Street||Andover, Massachusetts|
|1857–1860||James Buchanan||Bedford Springs Hotel||Bedford, Pennsylvania|
|1862–1864||Abraham Lincoln||Cottage at the Soldiers' Home||Washington, D.C.|
|1869–1876||Ulysses S. Grant||Yorkland||Cape May, New Jersey|
|1877–1881||Rutherford B. Hayes||Spiegel Grove||Fremont, Ohio|
|1886–1888||Grover Cleveland||Oak View Upon Red Top||Washington, D.C.|
|1887–1888||Grover Cleveland||Wateridge||Marion, Massachusetts|
|1889–1892||Benjamin Harrison||Congress Hall||Cape May, New Jersey|
|1893–1896||Grover Cleveland||Grey Gables||Bourne, Massachusetts|
|1893–1896||Grover Cleveland||Woodley||Washington, D.C.|
|1897, 1899||William McKinley||Hotel Champlain||Plattsburgh, New York|
|1901–1908||Theodore Roosevelt||Sagamore Hill||Cove Neck, New York|
|1909–1912||William Howard Taft||Woodbury Point||Beverly, Massachusetts|
|1913–1915||Woodrow Wilson||Harlakenden||Cornish, New Hampshire|
|1916||Woodrow Wilson||Shadow Lawn||Long Branch, New Jersey|
|1924||Calvin Coolidge||Coolidge Homestead||Plymouth Notch, Vermont|
|1925||Calvin Coolidge||White Court||Swampscott, Massachusetts|
|1926||Calvin Coolidge||White Pine Camp||Paul Smiths, New York|
|1927||Calvin Coolidge||Custer State Park||Custer County, South Dakota (Black Hills)|
|1928||Calvin Coolidge||Cedar Island Lodge||Brule, Wisconsin|
|1929–1932||Herbert Hoover||Lou Henry and Herbert Hoover House||Palo Alto, California|
|1933–1939||Franklin D. Roosevelt||Campobello Island|
|1933–1944||Franklin D. Roosevelt||Little White House||Warm Springs, Georgia|
|1933–1944||Franklin D. Roosevelt||Springwood||Hyde Park, New York|
|1945–1951||Harry S. Truman||Little White House||Key West, Florida|
|1953–1955||Dwight D. Eisenhower||Lowry Air Force Base||Denver, Colorado|
|1956–1960||Dwight D. Eisenhower||Commandant's Residence, Quarters Number One, Fort Adams||Newport, Rhode Island|
|1961–1963||John F. Kennedy||Hammersmith Farm||Newport, Rhode Island|
|1961–1963||John F. Kennedy||Kennedy Compound||Hyannis Port, Massachusetts|
|1964–1968||Lyndon B. Johnson||LBJ Ranch||Gillespie County, Texas|
|1969–1974||Richard Nixon||Florida White House||Key Biscayne, Florida|
|1969–1974||Richard Nixon||La Casa Pacifica||San Clemente, California|
|1974–1977||Gerald Ford||The Lodge||Vail, Colorado|
|1974–1977||Gerald Ford||Firestone Residence||Palm Springs, California|
|1977–1980||Jimmy Carter||Carter Compound||Plains, Georgia|
|1981–1988||Ronald Reagan||Rancho del Cielo||Santa Barbara, California|
|1989–1992||George H. W. Bush||Walker’s Point||Kennebunkport, Maine|
|1993–2000||Bill Clinton||Martha's Vineyard|
|1998–1999||Bill Clinton||Georgica Pond||East Hampton, New York|
|2001–2008||George W. Bush||Prairie Chapel Ranch||Crawford, Texas|
|2009–Present||Barack Obama||Blue Heron Farm||Martha's Vineyard|
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Famous quotes containing the words house, summer and/or white:
“Vashtar: So its finished. A structure to house one man and the greatest treasure of all time.
Senta: And a structure that will last for all time.
Vashtar: Only history will tell that.
Senta: Sire, will he not be remembered?
Vashtar: Yes, hell be remembered. The pyramidll keep his memory alive. In that he built better than he knew.”
—William Faulkner (18971962)
“The lover never sees personal resemblances in his mistress to her kindred or to others. His friends find in her a likeness to her mother, or her sisters, or to persons not of her blood. The lover sees no resemblance except to summer evenings and diamond mornings, to rainbows and the song of birds.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Then came Corinna in a long loose gown,
Her white neck hid with tresses hanging down,
Resembling fair Semiramis going to bed,”
—Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)