The White House Office of the Curator is charged with the conservation and study of the collection of fine art, furniture and decorative objects used to furnish both the public and private rooms of the White House as an official residence and as an accredited historic house museum.
The office began during the administration of President John F. Kennedy while First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy oversaw the restoration of the White House. The office is located in the ground floor of the White House Executive Residence. The office, headed by the Curator of the White House, includes an Associate Curator, an Assistant Curator, and a Curatorial Assistant. The office works with the Chief Usher, the Committee for the Preservation of the White House and the White House Historical Association.
Letter of White House Recognition to Mr. Frank Lazzaro from The Office of White House Curator
Letter Envelope of White House Recognition to Mr. Frank Lazzaro
A Letter from First Lady Rosalynn Carter to Frank Lazzaro
Newspaper Media Credentials of Frank Lazzaro - Authorization must be granted from The White House before this story can be printed in a Major Newspaper Publication.
The Long Island Press - July 1976 - Kaner's Column
The Long Island Press - November 1975
The New York Times 1979
The White House Decorating Team during The Carter Administration.
The White House Decorating Team - Signatures of The President and Mrs. Carter are below the photograph - Frank Lazzaro is standing next to First Lady Rosalynn Carter - Photograph was taken during The Christmas Season of 1979 on the State Floor -
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