Kittinger Furniture Company

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Full scale replica of Cabinet Room conference table. Photo by Phil Frana.

Kittinger Furniture Company created reproduction furniture for the Clinton Library museum exhibits. Kittinger, a Buffalo, NY, company, made the full-scale replica of the Cabinet Room conference table for the Library. The company is also the fabricator of the original Nixon-era table still in use in the Washington White House Cabinet Room. Both tables are 22 feet long and 7 feet wide, and stained with "Light Heirloom" finish. The Ford presidential library in Grand Rapids, Michigan, also features a Cabinet Room table made by the company.

The Clinton Library Oval Office exhibit also features two replica fireside chairs and other leather-bound chairs made by Kittinger.


  • Matt Glynn, "Buffalo, NY, Furniture Maker's Table is Fit for a President's Library," Knight Ridder Tribune Business News, October 14, 2004.

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