June 26, 1995
Rizzo in front of the White House.
Betty Lou imagines herself working in the Oval Office of the White House.
The White House is the official home and principal workplace of the President of the United States of America. The White House is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, DC.
June 26, Big Bird and 1995: Alice Snuffleupagus appeared in an event in the White House sculpture garden alongside first lady Hillary Clinton as the White House stepped up its effort to save federal funding for public television.
November 14, Joan Ganz Cooney was honored by the National Endowment for Humanities with a National Humanities Medal. The award was presented to Cooney by 2003: President George W.Bush in an Oval Office Ceremony.
December 16, Elmo appeared at the White House and visited the kitchen with Assistant White House Chef Sam Kass on the day that President Obama signed the Hunger-Free Kids Act. 2010:
February 7, 2012: Grover visited the White House to help chef Sam Kass and the children of White House chefs learn about the ways kids can help their parents prepare a tasty and healthy meal.
Big Bird performs at the White House Christmas Party in the East Room, 1978
Rosaylynn Carter's thank you letter to Jim Henson for his visit to the White House, 1978.
Grover outside of the White House on February 7, 2012.
Ernie and Bert visit the White House.
The " Elmo the Musical" segment, "President the Musical," features the White House, only President Elmo has it changed to red.
Sesame Workshop Blog: This Week in Sesame Street: Our Furry Friends Visit the White House
White House Historical Association
↑ Falk, Karen. "
Jim Henson's Red Book", 12/21/1978 – With Joe Raposo at the White House.
Hillary Clinton gives the Big Bird to those who want to cut public TV funding
↑ Brozan, Nadine
"Chronicle" (Web. Accessed January 1, 2010) The New York Times, September 29, 1995.
Ready to Learn event
National Humanities Medal 2003
National Book Festival
Political Circus: Elmo in the (White) House ↑
Tough Pigs Anthology