About the Book
Ronald E. Wade and his wife, Laura Elena Wade, were guests of President and Mrs. George W. Bush for the 2006 White House Christmas Party. Enjoy gorgeous photographs of their evening in the White House featuring pictures of things you don't ordinarily see--all the food served, decorations used in each of the rooms. You will feel like you are there yourself as you join Ron and Laura at the White House as guests of the President.
Features & Details
- Category Biographies & Memoirs
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Aug 07, 2008
- Tags George W. Bush, President Bush, The White House, White House Christmas, Christmas ornaments, Christmas decorations, D. C., President of the United States, Laura Bush, White House pets, White House Christmas party, entertaining at the White House, White House deserts, White House food, Washington
Ronald E. Wade was born in Gilmer, Upshur County, Texas, the son of Ellis W.Wade and Rosedyne Langford Wade. As a child Ron would sit at the feet of his grandparents and great-grandparents and listen to family history. At age 17 Ron wrote his first book, A Pioneer Southern Family Life published by the Texian Press of Waco, Texas recording all of the family lore he had meticulously recorded. He published a second book The Langford Legacy in 1983 also by the Texian Press. As the "family historian" members of the family gave Ron fascinating family correspondence, photographs, records and artifacts which he carefully preserved and donated in 2005 to the East Texas Research Center at Stephen F. Austin University. A lifetime in politics led to friendships with many U.S. Presidents including close relationships with both Presidents Bush. His wife Laura and their 2 children live in Longview, Texas where he has built an exact replica of the White House Oval Office at his home.