Located in the pro shop, the "Eisenhower Cracker Barrel" was presented by George M. Humphrey in 1957. Humphrey was a member of Dwight Eisenhower's Cabinet and was a fellow Augusta National club member. The inscription reads: "This wood was part of the White House roof erected about 1817 and removed in 1927."
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Former President Eisenhower makes speech in Augusta, Ga. last night for first time in his 36 visits to Augusta. 1961
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Eisenhower's visit to Augusta March 22, 1958.
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President Eisenhower chats at the door of the Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church in Augusta with the pastor, Dr. Charles H. Gibboney after attending services Sunday. 1960
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President and Mrs. Eisenhower stand on the porch of their "little white house" at the Augusta National Golf Club.
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Eisenhower 26th visit to Augusta April 11, 1960.
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Sec. Wilson & Dwight D. Eisenhower at Augusta Dec. 1956.
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Clifford Roberts, from left, Bobby Jones and Dwight Eisenhower at the Augusta National
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Presidential seal at the top of Ike's Cabin at Augusta National Golf Club. (File/Staff)
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Dwight D. Eisenhower with some of his playing partners at Augusta National. (Photo Courtesy of Lowrey Stulb)
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President Eisenhower in Augusta in the 1950's. (Photo courtesy of Robert Symms)
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Inscribed photo of President Dwight D. Eisenhower playing a bunker shot from what appears to be the 9th hole at Augusta National. (Photo Courtesy of Lowrey Stulb)
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When Ike and Mamie Eisenhower visited Augusta in the 1950s and 60s, they had a regular pew at Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church. Today the pew, third from the front on the left side of the sanctuary, is marked with a commemorative plaque.
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President Eisenhower wears a big smile, and a button to match, which reads, "Don't ask what I shot," at his golf match with Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio at Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, GA, April 20, 1953. The button was handed to the chief executive by a newsman shortly before he reached the first tee for his match with Taft. (AP Photo/William J. Smith)
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President Eisenhower tees of in front of the clubhouse Augusta National Golf Club in the 1950s. (File)
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President Eisenhower (right) pats Arnold Palmer (left) on the shoulder as he congratulates him on winning the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta and says to him that he can putt pretty good also, as Cliff Roberts looks on. Eisenhower started a spring vacation at Augusta National Golf Club by playing a round of golf with Palmer and Roberts, April 11, 1960. (File/AP)
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Dwight David Eisenhower
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Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower smiles at well-wishers who were on hand to greet her on her arrival in Augusta by train from Washington. The First Lady was presented with a bouquet of roses as she detrained. She was met by the President, who was wearing his green Augusta National Golf Club jacket. (AP Photo)
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President and Mrs. Eisenhower, center, are flanked by the Rev. Frank Q. Echols, pastor of St. James Methodist Church, and Mrs. Echols after emerging from 11:15 am services January 3, 1954. The Chief Executive and his wife visited the downtown church following an invitation from the Rev. Echols, president of Augusta Ministerial association on behalf of Augusta ministers. Attending church was one of the Eisenhowers' last activitiees before ending their 10-day vacation at the "Little White House" at Augusta National Golf Club. (Fitz-Symms photography/Special)
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Defending Masters' champion Trevor Immelman tees off on the 17th hole. The Eisenhower tree can be seen in the distance on the fairway.
(Photo by Associated Press)