Project: Harry S. Truman Little White House (1890) National Register of Historic Places, State Historic Site (1991)
Location: Key West, Florida
The Little White House was the winter home for President Harry S. Truman and host to other prominent guests such as Thomas Edison, King Hussein of Jordan and several U.S. presidents such as William Howard Taft, Dwight Eisenhower, John F Kennedy, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton. Built by the United States Navy in 1890. The house is a late Victorian and West Indian Architecture style, two story wood frame structure with north, west and south louvered porches and gable end roofs.
Harry S. Truman Little White House received a Conservation Assessment Program (CAP) grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), a federal agency. The program is managed by” Heritage Preservation” based in Washington D.C. who contracted William B Medellin Architect P.A. to perform an Architectural Assessment of the existing conditions.