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Oval Office: Quiz


Question 1: Oval rooms became popular in eighteenth century neoclassical architecture, and it is considered likely that Hoban was influenced by the elliptical chamber at ________ in County Fermanagh, Ireland.
Giant's CausewaySpringhill HouseCastle CooleFlorence Court

Question 2: Portions of this article are based on ________ text from the White House.
Copyright infringementPublic domainCopyrightIntellectual property

Question 3: ________, "and said, 'I’ve got to do something about these plates.
David M. BrahmsJames P. CullenJohn HutsonUnlawful combatant

Question 4: ________ - Official Residence and Office of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
William Ewart GladstoneWinston ChurchillJohn Major10 Downing Street

Question 5: A conception of ________, brought out by his wife's idea that the shared space between bedrooms and offices of the White House should be separate.
Theodore RooseveltWilliam Howard TaftFrank KnoxCharles Evans Hughes

Question 6: President ________ borrowed two oil paintings, A Charge to Keep by W.H.D.
Dick CheneyRonald ReaganGeorge H. W. BushGeorge W. Bush

Question 7: In small ways hints of ________ can be seen, especially in the representation of the eagle in the ceiling medallion.
Brutalist architectureFuturist architectureStreamline ModerneArt Deco

Question 8: President Johnson had the floor replaced in the mid-1960s with wood-grain ________.
Linseed oilKirkcaldyLinoleumPrintmaking

Question 9: At the temporary "President's House" in Philadelphia, ________ had two rooms each modified with an apsidal bowed end, which were used for hosting the formal receptions called levees.
Alexander HamiltonDwight D. EisenhowerUlysses S. GrantGeorge Washington

Question 10: A series of bronze sculptures of horses and Western themes by ________ are often displayed in the room.
Frederic RemingtonWinslow HomerNative Americans in the United StatesAmerican Old West


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