Tuesday, October 10, 2006


In his doodles, though, (Eisenhower) seems a fan of the self-portrait.

On one memo with the heading "Cabinet Paper — Privileged," he covers a third of the page — including text about the executive branch's transportation responsibilities — with a massive pencil sketch of his head, with hair.

Another memo outlining the agenda for "The Legislative Leadership Conference, Monday June 28, 1954" is scribbled over with a gunboat and a rendering of himself with huge muscles, a bare chest, thick hair, and a much younger face
The History of White House Doodles-and slide show - via J walk

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