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Oriignal caption: A renewed effort is being made to provide the Vice President an official residence, partly to take some of the ceremonial load off the White House. This Georgian mansion overlooking the Potomac River is being considered. It is located on Oxon Hill, Maryland, and was built in 1929 for Sumner Welles, an undersecretary of State in the Franklin Roosevelt Administration. Photo taken in April, 1960. (This photo was published by UPI on April 12, 1972). (UPI Photo/Files)
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