A book by White House historian Erik Wemple has turned a once-secret archive into a place where the past of the Obama White House is finally being looked at.
Wemple’s book, The White House: A History, is out April 24 from Crown Books.
A preview excerpt from the book, entitled How the Obama Administration Became America, shows the president in the Oval Office in 2004.
He’s shown on a computer screen a drawing of the Oval office with the word “president” written on it.
When asked if the drawing represented his administration, the president replies: “No, it wasn’t.
It was just a sketch of the office that I used as a sketch.”
Wemple says he was researching his book after he discovered a book that had long been held by the White Senate.
The book was published in 2004, and it has since been shown at the Smithsonian Institution and the American Museum of Natural History.
“This book is the first one to come out of the archives,” Wemple said in an interview.
“I thought, ‘Wow, this is going to be really interesting.
I’ve been reading about the White Houses, and this book is going, ‘Where’s the White house?
It’s hidden somewhere in the archives.'”
“It’s not just the story of the White houses,” Wempe continued.
“It is the story about the Obama administration.”
The White house is a term for the president’s office in the WhiteHouse.gov website.
The term is often used to refer to the Oval, the Oval room, or the Oval Room.
It also refers to the president, vice president, and their staff.
The Whitehouse.gov archive contains everything from memos and correspondence to a variety of artifacts, including paintings and drawings.
The Obama Whitehouse is one of only two presidential libraries to be located in the United States, the other being the Library of Congress.
The archives are also home to many of the most iconic artifacts from the Whitehouse, including portraits of the presidents and vice presidents, the White Family portrait, and portraits of members of the president and first lady Michelle Obama.
The first-floor office of the library is now the home of the National Archives, but the archives are still under the custody of the Smithsonian.
“The library has a lot of stuff,” Wemp said.
“We had a lot, not just books, but photos and photos of everything.”
While some of the artifacts are not on the official White House library collection, they do have some of their own history on the website.
“There’s an entire gallery of pictures of all the Whitehouses,” Wemper said.
Wemp’s book is part of a larger project to help make the history of the presidency available online.
“People want to see the past, and they want to know where they are, and I think it’s an opportunity for them to actually understand what happened in their lifetimes, as opposed to just the past,” Wemps said.
A major part of the project is the White Historical Society, which provides a forum for scholars and researchers to discuss issues related to the White mansion and White House.
The Society’s website contains a list of more than 1,500 historical artifacts from all parts of the country.
Many of those items are from the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and France, according to the society’s website.
In addition, some of those artifacts have been housed in museums, including the National Museum of the American Indian in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Wemper is also working with the White Palace Foundation, which helps support the White Household Museum in the New York City borough of Queens, which has a collection of nearly 1,200 objects.
“Some of the things that we’re looking at right now are things that have been in the collection for over a century,” Wempersaid.
“And there’s a lot more stuff out there than just the first White House.”