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The official 2012 White House William Taft ornament celebrates the administration of the twenty-seventh President of the United States and his love for ingenuity and manufacturing. The 2012 White House ornament depicts President Taft (September 15, 1857 - March 8, 1930) and his wife, Helen, in the first automobile used to transport any President. Introduced in 1909, the White Motor Company's Model M automobile replaced the traditional horse-drawn carriages that previously transported the President and his family.
President Taft and his wife are seated in the seven passenger car on their way to deliver Christmas presents. They are seated behind White House chauffeur George H. Robinson. The steam powered car was painted in a rich color of green and included the Great Seal of the United States on the doors.
After his time as President of the United States, William Taft served as the tenth Chief Justice of the United States becoming the only person to have ever served these two offices.
This Christmas Gift Idea can serve as either a handsome Christmas display or a White House Christmas Tree Ornament. Whether you are looking for a holiday ornament, a tree ornament, or Christmas collectible, this gift will make any Christmas a White Christmas. Own a moment of White House history.
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