Lee Dining Room
One of the most frequently used rooms in the Blair House complex, the Lee Dining Room is well-sized for luncheon meetings and formal dinners. Its décor includes Blair family 18th century Chinese export porcelain and English Georgian pine paneling, donated by Congressman Peter H.B. Frelinghuysen, Jr. and his brother and sister from a historic house in western New Jersey. During his residency at Blair House, President Truman used the Lee Dining Room for Cabinet meetings.