An Invitation to the White House
The first lady talked about her book An Invitation to the White House: At Home with History, published by Simon and Schuster. President Clinton, Mr. Brown, who wrote the forward, and Mr. Anthony, who wrote the introduction, also spoke. The book shows how the White House figures prominently in the cultural and political life of the country, as well as in the life of the first family. close
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Carl Sferrazza Anthony Author
J. Carter Brown Chairman U.S. Commission of Fine Arts
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