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Capitol Heel Brief #5: Presidents Have Worked From “Home” Since 1800

Presidents have always worked from home

On this President’s day, here’s something to think about: American presidents were video conferencing and working from home before it was a thing. Now the rest of America is finally catching up, which is why I wanted to learn more about the inner workings, so to speak, of what Presidents call both their home and office. We know it as The People’s House-see below what I discovered.

The People's House.
The White House also known as the People's House has a bowling alley and movie theater, 2 swimming pools and a putting green.

*Portions of this story first appeared in the Mar/Apr mag (the home issue)* To read full story, please click here. Read for only $2.00 for a limited time*

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3 thoughts on “Capitol Heel Brief #5: Presidents Have Worked From “Home” Since 1800 Leave a comment

  1. Wow, 132 rooms! There must be a map for the incoming presidents to keep handy on their first days in the White House. 35 bathrooms, no wonder we had a toilet paper shortage during the first weeks of the covid lockdown.

  2. Wow. Thanks for all this information. It was so interesting and pertinent for President’s Day.

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