In 1946, President Harry S. Truman retreated to Key West and ended up returning to relax for 175 days during his presidency. The two-story building he lived in, "Quarters A," was originally the commandant's home at the Key West Naval Station. In time it would be referred to as the 'Winter White House', and then the 'Little White House'.
In addition to Truman, President Eisenhower used the home while recuperating from a heart attack in 1956 and in 1961, the site played host to President John F. Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan during the Bay of Pigs incident.
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