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Presidential Retreat Traveling ExhibitIn 1999 Central Texas history was changed when Governor George W. Bush purchased a 1,600 acre ranch near Crawford. Within a year, he became our country's 43rd president and his ranch was christened the Western White House.
From that time on, photographers from the Waco Tribune-Herald have been on the scene documenting each press conference, each foreign dignitary's visit, each arrival and departure on Air Force One. The result is a collection of over 6,000 photographs.
Presented here is a small sampling of those images divided by themes, including media and security, visiting dignitaries and arrivals and departures.
Presidential Retreat was developed by the Mayborn Museum Complex and Baylor University in conjunction with the Waco Tribune Herald (see article).
60 linear feet for pictures, with an additional 30 linear feet for large photo panels
Environmental Requirements: Climate-controlled environment
Acknowledgement to the Mayborn Museum, Baylor University and the Waco Tribune Herald
Transportation costs to venue
Gallery guide complete with cut-lines for each picture
Supplemental DVD includes additional photographic slides
Read the installation guide.
View the photo gallery.
For more information, please contact:
Coordinator of Changing Exhibits
Mayborn Museum Complex
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