There's a new way to see the homes where presidents called home. This detailed book with original photography by Roger Straus III looks behind the familiar exterior pictures we've all seen and gives a glimpse indoors at rooms that have mostly been left out of the limelight. Slices of life, such as the converted elevator in Franklin D. Roosevelt's New York home, give more context to the interior lives of the people who spent time in the rooms photographed.
· Houses of the Presidents: Childhood Homes, Family Dwellings, Private Escapes, and Grand Estates [Amazon]
· All the presidents' houses [WaPo]