Oval Office Study

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The Oval Office Study is the working office of the President of the United States. Located in the West Wing of the White House, it adjoins the Oval Office, the ceremonial office of the president. The Oval Office Study is one of a suite of rooms accessed from a small corridor outside the Oval Office, which includes the president's private lavatory and the president's dining room.[1][2]

Images of the Oval Office Study
George H.W. Bush speaks into a telephone in the Oval Office Study
George H.W. Bush speaks into a telephone in the Oval Office Study 
Barack Obama speaks into a telephone in the Oval Office Study
Barack Obama speaks into a telephone in the Oval Office Study 
Barack Obama in the Oval Office Study; the interior of the Oval Office can be seen through the open door
Barack Obama in the Oval Office Study; the interior of the Oval Office can be seen through the open door 

References

  1. ^ Tchou, Angela (September 10, 2010). "Where Does Obama Work?". Slate. Retrieved February 24, 2017. 
  2. ^ Balc, Dan (February 6, 1998). "Grand Jury Searches for West Wing Eyewitnesses". Washington Post. Retrieved February 24, 2017. 

Coordinates: 38°53′51″N 77°02′15″W / 38.897370°N 77.037424°W / 38.897370; -77.037424

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