Forget Eggs Own Original White House South Lawn Easter Egg Roll Signs 2001-1005
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Forget Eggs Own Original White House South Lawn Easter Egg Roll Signs 2001-1005:
Thanks for helping to fund my new music documentary with your purchase!Forget collections of massed produced wooden eggs!!! Own RARE one-offs, one of a kinds, famous illustrator designed editions of White House historical primary sourced Easter Egg Roll signage and props. Each sign and prop was display on the White House Lawn with the President in attendance. All the designer signage was approved and commissioned personally by the First lady. All illustrations were created by famous children book artist and authors personally chosen by the First Lady. The signage marks the start of events where the President blows the whistle and the kids roll eggs from the start to finish sign. Own artifacts from a 135+ year American White House tradition!
I had the pleasure of working on all 8 Egg Rolls. All items verified with pictures, videos and letters.
FACTS:-White House Easter Egg Roll takes place on the South Lawn. Weather permitting, the White House Easter Egg Roll has been held every Monday after Easter on the South Lawn except during WWI and WWII, when it was held at other locations. For the egg roll race, kids push the eggs through the grass with spoons. The event is open for children 13 and younger, and their families. 1876 Congress approves the Turf Protection Act, preventing the grounds of the Capitol from being used "as playgrounds." 1878 - President Rutherford B. Hayes hosts the first White House Easter Egg Roll.
-1953 - President Dwight D. Eisenhower revives the Easter egg roll. It was suspended in 1942 because of World War II and later, a White House renovation.
-CUE THE MUSIC: Eleven years after the Easter Egg Roll became a White House tradition, President Benjamin Harrison added music in 1889. The United States Marine Band, also known as "The President's Own," played as children romped on the South Lawn. Band director John Philip Sousa, composer of "The Star Spangled Banner," enjoyed treating them to rousing marches as they scampered about. He honored the occasion of the Easter Egg Roll with his composition, "Easter Monday on the White House Lawn," in 1929.
-FIRST EGG RACES: President Richard Nixon and first lady Patricia Nixon hosted the first egg roll races in 1974. They have become an Easter Monday favorite.
-NO EGG ROLL: World War I and food rationing put the event on hold, scrambling it from 1917-1920. Egg rollers returned to the Capitol in 1942, from which they had been banished 64 years earlier, in 1878. World War II stopped the festivities again from 1943-1945.
-President Gerald Ford resumed the tradition of presidential appearances at the Easter Egg Roll in 1976 -- making him the first chief executive to do so since Eisenhower played host in 1960. President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, attended every egg roll of their eight years in the White House.
-President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan arranged a hunt for wooden eggs printed with the signatures of famous people. Wooden eggs soon became the official White House Easter Egg Roll keepsake.
-In 1969, a member of Patricia Nixon's staff put on a white fleece costume with ears, and so was born the tradition of an official White House Easter Bunny. When the event was canceled in 1984 because of rain, Reagan's staff -- led by the wife of Attorney General Edwin Meese, wearing a disguise -- organized a tour through the White House as consolation. Goody bags also were distributed.
TIMELINE AND FACTS
The Yellow 2001 Easter Egg Roll Sign:-The roll is canceled for the first time since 1984 because of rain. EXTREMELY RARE MOMENT IN WHITE HOUSE HISTORY!!-George W. Bush's 2001 inauguration captured raucous protests along Pennsylvania Avenue, a fallout from the bitter recount election-Terrorist attack which happened 5 months after the egg roll.
The Easter Egg Roll Sign from 2003:-Month before the President announced the war in Iraq has begun. -Mrs. Cheney hosted the 2003 White House Easter Egg Roll and was joined by U.S. military families from all branches.-The White House Easter Egg Roll Illustrations by Barbara Leonard Gibson. arbara Leonard Gibson received her B.F.A. from Carnegie Mellon University. She has illustrated more than three dozen books including The Nutmeg Adventure; A Picture-Perfect World; Let’s Explore a Tropical Forest; Hide & Seek; the National Geographic Society’s award-winning pop-up book, Creatures of the Desert World; and the six-book collection, The Little Learner’s Library I. She also illustrated Patricia Cornwell’s Life’s Little Fable and more recently, best-selling children’s author Audrey Penn’s The Whistling Tree and A Pocket Full of Kisses.-Reading by Sec. Andrew Card, Sec. Mel Martinez, Sec. Don Evans, and Rev. Kathleene Card.-Readind by Jane Dyer is an American illustrator of more than fifty books, including Amy Krouse Rosenthal's Cookies series and Jeanne Birdsall's Lucky and Squash.author Jane Dyer.-Reading: author Janet Wong: Janet is the author of five collections of poetry and six picture books. Two new books will be published this fall: Minn and Jake (Foster/FSG) and Knock on Wood: Poems About Superstitions (McElderry/S&S). Her poems have been reprinted in many textbooks and anthologies, as well as in some more unusual venues. “Albert J. Bell” from A Suitcase of Seaweed was selected to appear on 5,000 subway and bus posters as part of the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority's “Poetry in Motion” program, and poems from Behind the Wheel have been featured on a car-talk radio show.
Janet's awards include the International Reading Association's “Celebrate Literacy Award,” presented by the Foothill Reading Council for exemplary service in the promotion of literacy, and honors from the Claremont Graduate School and Penn State University. She also has been appointed to the Commission on Literature of the National Council of Teachers of English. Articles by and about Janet have appeared in Scholastic's Instructor magazine, Creative Classroom, Booklinks, and O magazine; Janet and her work have been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show and other television programs.
The Easter Egg Roll Sign from 2005:-Preceded 1 month by A hand grenade is thrown within 100 feet of President Bush in Tilibisi.-The 2nd term of Bush,-Events of Katrina making landfall 4 months later,-Chief Justice William Rehnquist Died 5 months later at age 80. Pres Bush announced his nomination of John Roberts to succeed the late William Rehnquist as Chief Justice.
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