This first dollhouse belonged to the children of President Grover Cleveland and was made by the White House Gardener in 1896. It was part of a display of the toys of the White House Children.
This green roofed dollhouse belonged to Amy Carter, daughter of former President Jimmy Carter. It dates from 1979. The mailbox had the address "1600 Pennsylvania Avenue" painted on it.
This charming little bungalow was with a display of toys from the 1920's. I have found this house in Diane Zillner's Book Antique Dollhouses and their Furnishings. It states that the roof flips up and that that it was probably made in Germany. The railing on the porch and the textured shingles are made from pressed cardboard.
I was surprised to come across this display. I had not heard of Faith Bradford or her dollhouse - but it was amazing. It had everything from Tynietoy to homemade and antique pieces. The display also has a scrapbook that the she kept on the collection.
The collection was donated to the Smithsonian in 1951.
Here is a picture I found online of Faith Showing the house back in 1966. It was curteousy of the Washington Star.
There is a good website here that has details about each of the rooms: