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    Photograph, Water Color Painting
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.ca. 1962

    Water color painting of the "Dance of the North Wind." Earle and Lucille Lewis sent the transparency to Evelyn Lincoln in a Christmas card. The caption on the transparency reads: "To Mrs. E. Lincoln. Ho ho ho. From Lucille Lewis. Watercolor wash-Dance of the North Wind."

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    KN-18002. Lincoln Bedroom Furnishings
    White House Photographs6 June 1961

    Paintings in the Lincoln Bedroom of the White House, Washington, D.C. The top painting is watercolor on paper titled, “The President’s House, Washington,” by Lefevre James Cranstone, ca. 1860, and was a gift of Wilmarth Lewis. The bottom painting is titled, “Railway Station, Washington,” and the artist and date are unknown. The paintings are locat...

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    KN-18180. White House Furnishings: Mirror
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    White House furnishings. Wall mirror above the marble mantel in the Lincoln Bedroom. The plaque on the mantel reads, “In this room Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863 whereby four million slaves were given their freedom and slavery forever prohibited in these United States.” The French portico clock on the mantel...

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    KN-22250. Press Secretary Pierre Salinger with a Painting by Xavier Cugat
    White House Photographs13 June 1962

    Press Secretary Pierre Salinger looks at a watercolor by Xavier Cugat. The painting features caricatures of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and other notable figures; below the painting is a key identifying the people depicted. Press Secretary’s Office, White House, Washington, D.C. [See also MO 63.454a, "Caricature Painti...

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    KN-22251. Press Secretary Pierre Salinger with a Painting by Xavier Cugat
    White House Photographs13 June 1962

    Press Secretary Pierre Salinger looks at a watercolor by Xavier Cugat. The painting features caricatures of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and other notable figures; below the painting is a key identifying the people depicted. Press Secretary’s Office, White House, Washington, D.C. [See also MO 63.454a, "Caricature Paint...

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    Photograph, Head of a Stag Watercolor
    Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis Personal PapersUndated

    Photograph of a watercolor by an unknown artist titled, "Head of a Stag." The photograph accompanies a letter sent to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy from Herbert N. Bier. Verso of photo contains handwritten notation of, "11 5/8 by 8 inches," and is stamped, "John R. Freeman & Co. (Photographers) LTD., Technical Art & Commercial Photographers, Harley...

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