White House & Lafayette Square, Washington DC Photos

The White House (1792) faces Lafayette Square with statues of Andrew Jackson, Baron von Steuben, Thaddeus Kosciuszko plus heritage Blair house, Decatur museum house & St John's Church. Other buildings are US Chamber of Commerce, AFL-CIO, US Court of Appeals (former Dolly Madison House), Howard T. Markey National Court & both Old & New Executive Office Buildings.

Click thumbnail to enlarge. F11 to view website full screen.
Helicopter on White House lawn. Washington, DC.The White House. Washington, DC.The White House in winter. Washington, DC.White House. Washington, DC.
Helicopter on lawn of The White House. Washington, DC.The White House. Washington, DC.The White House in winter. Washington, DC.White House (1792) was first painted white after reconstruction after burning partially during War of 1812. Washington, DC. Architect: James Hoban. Benjamin Henry Latrobe.
Andrew Jackson equestrian statue in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Baron von Steuben statue in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Thaddeus Kosciuszko statue in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Statue to Military Engineers of Revolutionary War in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.
Andrew Jackson equestrian statue marks War of 1812 General (1853) by Clark Mills in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Baron von Steuben statue (1910) to Revolutionary War General in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Thaddeus Kosciuszko (1745-1817) statue to Revolutionary War General in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Statue to Military Engineers of Revolutionary War in Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.
Lee House, part of Blair House Presidential guest house. Washington, DC.Blair House Presidential guest house. Washington, DC.Jackson Place houses on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Jackson Place houses on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.
Lee House (1858) (1653 Pennsylvania Ave. NW) now serves as President's guest house with Blair House. Washington, DC.Blair House (1826) (1651 Pennsylvania Ave. NW) has an historical past. Washington, DC. On National Register.730-748 Jackson Place streetscape on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.732-740 Jackson Place streetscape including White House Historical Assoc. building. Washington, DC.
Jackson Place houses on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Decatur House on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Decatur House on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.US Chamber of Commerce Building. Washington, DC.
736 Jackson Place used as offices close to White House. Washington, DC.Decatur House (1818) (748 Jackson Pl. NW). Washington, DC. Style: Federal. Architect: Benjamin Henry Latrobe. On National Register.Decatur House Museum of House built by Commodore Stephan Decatur, scourge of Barbary pirates. Washington, DC. Style: Federal. Architect: Benjamin Henry Latrobe.US Chamber of Commerce Building (1925) (1615 H St. NW). Washington, DC. Style: Beaux arts. Architect: Cass Gilbert. On National Register.
St. John's Church & AFL-CIO building on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.St. John's Church on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.AFL-CIO building. DC.Blossoms in Lafayette Square. DC.
St. John's Church surrounded by modern AFL-CIO building on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC. Style: Federal. On National Register.St. John's Church (1815) (16th & H Sts. NW). Washington, DC. Style: Federal. Architect: Benjamin Henry Latrobe then exterior by James Renwick. On National Register.AFL-CIO building (16th above H Sts. NW). DC.Blossoms in Lafayette Square. DC.
St. John's Church & Parish House on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.St. John's Church Parish. Washington, DC.Chandelier in St. John's Church Parish house. Washington, DC.US Court of Appeals on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.
St. John's Church & Parish House on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC. Style: Second Empire.St. John's Church Parish (former British Embassy or Ashburton House) (1842) (1525 H St. NW). Washington, DC. Style: Second Empire. On National Register.Chandelier in St. John's Church Parish house. Washington, DC.US Court of Appeals (former Dolly Madison House) (1520 H St. NW) on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.
US Court of Appeals on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Benjamine Ogle Tayloe House & New Executive Office Building on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Howard T. Markey National Courts Building on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Howard T. Markey National Courts Building on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.
Dolly Madison House 19th c iron balcony overlooks Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Benjamine Ogle Tayloe House (1830) with rotunda entrance & iron balcony on Madison Place incorporated into New Executive Office Building on Lafayette Square was "Little White House of President McKinley. Washington, DC.Howard T. Markey National Courts Building (1968) (717 Madison Place). Washington, DC. Architect: John Charles Warnecke.National Courts Building entrance, part of New Executive Office Building complex. Washington, DC.
Old Executive Office Building. Washington, DC.Old Executive Office Building. Washington, DC.Old Executive Office Building. Washington, DC.Old Executive Office Building. Washington, DC.
Old Executive Office Building (1875-88) (Pennsylvania Ave. & 17th St. NW). Washington, DC. Architect: Alfred B. Mullett. On National Register.Old Executive Office Building corner detail. Washington, DC.Old Executive Office Building with flowers. Washington, DC.Old Executive Office Building lamp stand with blossoms. Washington, DC.
Old Executive Office Building. Washington, DC.Winged American Expeditionary Forces monument & Old Executive Office Building. Washington, DC.Flowers near the White House. Washington, DC.
Old Executive Office Building with trees in blossoms. Washington, DC.Winged American Expeditionary Forces monument & Old Executive Office Building. Washington, DC.Flowers near the White House. Washington, DC.

See Also:

All photos on this page are originals by & copyrighted by Jim Steinhart.
All rights reserved. Permission required to use.