National Geographic : 1961 May
KODACHROMEIV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICSOCIETY where she was on display for three days be fore traveling on to Washington. On Monday, December 5, 1960, on the White House lawn, Mr. Kluge, who had fi nanced both the purchase and our trip, pre sented Mohini to President Eisenhower for the children of the country. Our Enchantress rose to the occasion with a few growls and one small ladylike roar (above). Preside Eisenhower remarked that the white tiger saw in New Delhi the year before (one Mohini's sisters) was whiter than Mohini. I e plained that she was still dirty from the tri "Who," the President inquired, "is going give her a bath?" Happily, she does that herself.