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    Parish-Hadley Associates Inc. Records
    1960-1986

    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...

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    Hanging antique wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room
    White House Photographs1961 September 08
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    KN-18730. Worker Hangs Antique Wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room
    White House Photographs8 September 1961

    An unidentified White House worker hangs panels of antique wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834. The wallpaper features various scenes of the North American landscape and was installed as part of First L...

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    KN-18731. Worker Hangs Antique Wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room
    White House Photographs8 September 1961

    An unidentified White House worker hangs panels of antique wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834. The wallpaper features various scenes of the North American landscape and was installed as part of First L...

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    KN-18732. Worker Prepares to Hang Antique Wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room
    White House Photographs8 September 1961

    An unidentified White House worker prepares a panels of antique wallpaper for hanging in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834. The wallpaper features various scenes of the North American landscape and was installed a...

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    KN-18733. Worker Hangs Antique Wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room
    White House Photographs8 September 1961

    An unidentified White House worker hangs panels of antique wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834. The wallpaper features various scenes of the North American landscape and was installed as part of First L...

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    KN-18734. Worker Hangs Antique Wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room
    White House Photographs8 September 1961

    An unidentified White House worker hangs panels of antique wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834. The wallpaper features various scenes of the North American landscape and was installed as part of First L...

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    KN-18842. Workers Install Antique Wallpaper
    White House Photographs14 September 1961

    Unidentified workers paint walls and restore antique wallpaper after the wallpaper was hung in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834, and features various scenes of the North American landscape. It was installed as pa...

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    KN-18843. Workers Install Antique Wallpaper
    White House Photographs14 September 1961

    Unidentified workers paint walls and restore antique wallpaper after the wallpaper was hung in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834, and features various scenes of the North American landscape. It was installed as pa...

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