c. 1914-1918: Sheep grazing on the White House lawn

“A flock of sheep grazed  the south lawn of the White House during World War I. The flock, which numbered 18 at its peak, saved manpower by cutting the grass and earned $52,823 for the Red Cross through an auction of their wool”

- White House Historical Association

 

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