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State dinner in honor of President Mohammad Ayub Khan of Pakistan. Arkansas Senator J.W. Fulbright (far left); Chief of Protocol Angier Biddle Duke (holding wine glass); others unidentified. Marquee; Mount Vernon, Virginia.
White House glassware manufactured by the Morgantown Glassware Guild of Morgantown, West Virginia and ordered in 1961 by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Two wine glasses, a tulip champagne glass, a finger bowl, and a goblet in a pattern called, “The President’s House.”
White House glassware with a diamond cut and engraved with swags and the United States coat of arms. The glassware was manufactured by Greenpoint Glass Works of Christian Dorflinger, was originally ordered in 1861 by Mary Todd Lincoln and was reordered through 1902. Champagne glass, goblet, celery vase, compote, decanter, water carafe, and four win...
Dessert-wine glass, finger bowl, and claret glass engraved with a pattern of grapes and grapevines, and a version of the United States coat of arms. The glassware was most likely ordered in 1849, 1850, or 1853 to supplement the glassware originally ordered by President Andrew Jackson in 1829 from Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell.
Front row (L-R): Olive dish, Apollinaris tumbler, sherry glass, ice cream plate, salt cellar, finger bowl. Back row (L-R): Decanter, goblet, champagne glass, wine glass, claret glass, water bottle. The majority of the glassware is in a Russian-pattern and engraved with a version of the United States coat of arms. It was first ordered by President B...
(L-R) Cordial glass, wine glass, champagne glass, finger bowl, goblet, wine glass, and sherry glass, all engraved with the United States coat of arms. The glassware is part of the set first ordered in 1937 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and manufactured by T.G. Hawkes & Company with glass from the Tiffin Glass Company. The pattern was originall...
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (back to camera) talks with Dr. Rosa Gragg, President of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, at a dinner in honor of Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, Speaker of the House of Representatives John W. McCormack, and Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren. President John F. Kennedy talks with piano accomp...
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