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Papers, 1960-1986 [bulk 1960-1966]. Interior design firm of New York based designers Sister Parish (Mrs. Henry Parish II) and Albert Hadley. The interior decorating firm Parish-Hadley Associates, Inc., worked with Jacqueline Kennedy to decorate the White House and John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s personal homes, and documents the firm's working relati...
Lace curtains and valance with tassels in the Lincoln Bedroom in the White House, Washington, D.C.
Transparency showing a curtain (slide 20 of 20) for use in a presentation by H. Bentley Hahn titled, "Technical Explanation of Post Office Department's Proposed 'Zip Code' Program for the Postal System."
This folder contains memoranda from First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Mary Gallagher, Personal Secretary to the First Lady, to White House Chief Usher J.B. West regarding White House furnishings, artwork, carpets, and curtains. This folder contains French-language materials.
View from the back of the State Department Auditorium, Washington, D.C., as President John F. Kennedy (center background, visible through curtains) holds a press conference; an unidentified person watches in center.
View of the East Room of the White House, with curtains draped in black mourning crepe, following the death of President John F. Kennedy. Washington, D.C.
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