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The White House Christmas Ornament presents the White House North Portico Ornament.
The North Portico of the White House is often referred to as "the President's entrance" to the White House. The portico was added in 1830 and was built in accordance of the Federal style of architecture in keeping with the original design.
The North Portico faces Pennsylvania Avenue and hence is the official address of the White House: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The North lawn is also where the presidential helicopter, Marine One, lands. The blue ribbon surrounding the ornament is symbolic of supporting a more liberal democracy.
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The official 2013 White House ornament celebrates and honors the twenty-eighth President of the United States Woodrow Wilson and his administration (1913-1921). The main centerpiece to the 2013 White House ornament is an American Elm tree which President Wilson planted December 18, 1913. The tree was planted in the North Lawn of the White House as a symbol of hope the country desperately needed during the Wilson administration and World War I.Click for More Details
Forget last year's White House ornament or starting your own collection this year? Save money by purchasing the 2013 White House Christmas Ornament gift set that includes the 2013 White House Woodrow Wilson Ornament and the 2012 White House William Taft Ornament.Click for More Details
The centerpiece of the 2013 Mount Vernon ornament was taken from a lithograph titled: "The Home Of Washington, Mount Vernon, Virginia" and shows the East Front of the mansion from around 1858. The lithograph is set off with a stunning eight pointed star colored red, white and blue and finished in 24 k gold with a small red banner on the bottom of star that reads "MOUNT VERNON 2013.Click for More Details