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It was John F. Kennedy, one of our most photogenic presidents, who named the first official White House photographer. In the half century since, nine respected professionals have served in that busy and often unpredictable job, recording our chief executives in public and private; at work and at play. This National Geographic coffee table hardcover displays the most memorable work of the official presidential photographers and supplements it with rare interviews with all the surviving cameramen. History breaking at close range.