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This file contains copies and drafts of Senator John F. Kennedy’s speech given at a Democratic Party dinner in Nashville, Tennessee. In his speech Senator Kennedy remarks upon the 130th anniversary of Andrew Jackson’s presidency, and discusses the legacy of President Jackson and current challenges facing the United States. Of note is a draft with n...
(L-R) Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee; Senator Albert Gore, Sr. of Tennessee; and President John F. Kennedy look at a portrait of President Andrew Jackson painted by Ralph E.W. Earl. Cabinet Room, White House, Washington, D.C.
Red Room, with flower arrangements for a private dinner in honor of Prince Stanisław Albrecht (Stanislas Albert) Radziwiłł of Poland and Princess Lee Bouvier Radziwiłł. Three portraits hang on wall: portrait of Andrew Jackson at left; portrait of Grace Goodhue Coolidge in center, painted by Howard Chandler Christy; portrait of James Madison at righ...
Decanter, wineglass, and compote engraved with a pattern of grapes and grapevines, and a version of the United States coat of arms. The glassware was originally ordered by President Andrew Jackson in 1829 from Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell and was added to by successive Presidents until 1853. The green wineglass was most likely purchased by President ...
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.
Celery vase (center) and water bottles. The celery vase and water bottle on the right are part of the service originally ordered by President Andrew Jackson in 1829 from Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell.
View of the Lincoln Bedroom, White House, Washington, D.C. Portraits of Abraham Lincoln (far right) and Andrew Jackson (left) hang on wall.
A bouquet of flowers sits on a table in the Diplomatic Reception Room; a bust of Andrew Jackson sits at left. Hanging on the wall is antique wallpaper produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company (circa 1853), depicting scenes from the American Revolution. White House, Washington, D.C.
View of the East Wing Visitors Foyer. Portraits of Chester A. Arthur (painted by Daniel Huntington) and James Buchanan (painted by William Merritt Chase) hang on the walls. Flanking Arthur's portrait are busts of Abraham Lincoln and Christopher Columbus (latter sculpted by Giuseppe Ceracchi). At left in alcove is a sculpture of Andrew Jackson by Cl...
President John F. Kennedy (center) stands with four unidentified visitors in the Cabinet Room. A portrait of Andrew Jackson painted by Ralph E. W. Earl hangs on the wall. White House, Washington, D.C. [Discoloration along left edge of image is original to the negative.]
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