Old Executive Office Building" by Paul McGehee is an atmospheric
moonlit night view from 1890. The stately structure was built next to
the White House in Washington, D.C. between 1871 and 1888, designed by
Alfred B. Mullet in the architechtural style known as "Second Empire".
The building first housed the Departments of State, War, and Navy.
Theodore and Franklin D. Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Dwight D.
Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and George
Bush all had offices in this building before becoming President. Every
Vice-President since the 1960s have carried out their official duties
within these walls. After years of service, and dodging the wrecking
ball in 1957, this beautifully restored old building is now called the
Eisenhower Executive Office Building. To this day, the almost 150 year
old building still houses the various agencies that comprise the
Executive Office of the President, such as the Office of the Vice
President, the Office of Management and Budget and the National
Security Councillor. "The Old Executive Office Building" is faithfully
reproduced as an archival quality print from McGehee's original color
and is issued in a limited edition of only 500 pieces each hand-signed