President Dwight D. Eisenhower with his horse, Doodle De Doo. The horse was a gift to the President from the Quarter Horse Association and was kept at Eisenhower’s farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

President Dwight D. Eisenhower with his horse, Doodle De Doo. The horse was a gift to the President from the Quarter Horse Association and was kept at Eisenhower’s farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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Remarkable, Perhaps Unique, Articulated Carved Folk Art Horse of Substantial ScaleNortheast America, ca. 4th quarter, 19th century. Carved from pine, decorated with oyster white paint body with blue and black dappling. Original horse-hair mane and tail, tack eyes, and horse shoes made of tin. Likely made as a wind up toy or velocipede with moveable head, tail, ears, and legs.

Remarkable, Perhaps Unique, Articulated Carved Folk Art Horse of Substantial ScaleNortheast America, ca. 4th quarter, 19th century. Carved from pine, decorated with oyster white paint body with blue and black dappling. Original horse-hair mane and tail, tack eyes, and horse shoes made of tin. Likely made as a wind up toy or velocipede with moveable head, tail, ears, and legs.

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US Stamp Gallery >> Quarter horse

US Stamp Gallery >> Quarter horse

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¡Starstable! Server:Spanish C:

¡Starstable! Server:Spanish C:

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Indulging in a sweet treat - "Dwight Eisenhower Eating an Ice Cream Bar," 1950…

Indulging in a sweet treat - "Dwight Eisenhower Eating an Ice Cream Bar," 1950…

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Teddy Roosevelt had such bad asthma that he learned to ride at an early age hoping it would make him stronger. His 2 children had horses when he was at the White House. Archie or Quentin(depending on the source) one of his sons, became very sick & bed ridden for months. His pony Algonquin rode the White House elevator to reach the sick child's bedside, becoming the only pony to ever use the White House elevator (that we know). Horse Country Chic: Presidential Horses

Teddy Roosevelt had such bad asthma that he learned to ride at an early age hoping it would make him stronger. His 2 children had horses when he was at the White House. Archie or Quentin(depending on the source) one of his sons, became very sick & bed ridden for months. His pony Algonquin rode the White House elevator to reach the sick child's bedside, becoming the only pony to ever use the White House elevator (that we know). Horse Country Chic: Presidential Horses

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Sir Winston Spencer Churchill after a polo match in England 1909

Sir Winston Spencer Churchill after a polo match in England 1909

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Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon

Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon

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Eisenhower. -  when I was a child, my Dad took me to see him during a campaign-for-president train stop in Green Bay, WI.  I remember the excitement.

Eisenhower. - when I was a child, my Dad took me to see him during a campaign-for-president train stop in Green Bay, WI. I remember the excitement.

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A great portrait poster of President John F Kennedy! With JFK's famous quote: "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country." Ships fast. 11x17 inches. Need Poster Mo

A great portrait poster of President John F Kennedy! With JFK's famous quote: "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country." Ships fast. 11x17 inches. Need Poster Mo

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