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    KN-C20994. Flower Arrangement for Congressional Reception
    White House Photographs10 April 1962

    Pier table with floral arrangement, set up in preparation for a congressional reception. A portrait of George Washington hangs on wall above the table. Cross Hall, White House, Washington, D.C.

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    KN-C20995. Flower Arrangement for Congressional Reception
    White House Photographs10 April 1962

    Floral arrangement in the Green Room, set up in preparation for a congressional reception at the White House, Washington, D.C. "The Forest," painted by Paul Cézanne (ca. 1890-1892), hangs on wall above the table.

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    KN-C21000. State Dining Room, Prepared for Congressional Reception
    White House Photographs10 April 1962

    Table with floral arrangement and cornucopia fruit displays, set up in preparation for a congressional reception. A portrait of Abraham Lincoln, painted in 1869 by George P.A. Healy, hangs on wall above the table. State Dining Room, White House, Washington, D.C.

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    KN-C21001. State Dining Room, Prepared for Congressional Reception
    White House Photographs10 April 1962

    Long buffet table in the State Dining Room, set up in preparation for a congressional reception at the White House, Washington, D.C. A portrait of Abraham Lincoln, painted in 1869 by George P.A. Healy, hangs on wall above the table.

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    KN-C21002. State Dining Room, Prepared for Congressional Reception
    White House Photographs10 April 1962

    Long buffet table in the State Dining Room, set up in preparation for a congressional reception at the White House, Washington, D.C. A portrait of Abraham Lincoln, painted in 1869 by George P.A. Healy, hangs on wall above the table.

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    KN-C21003. State Dining Room, Prepared for Congressional Reception
    White House Photographs10 April 1962

    Long buffet table in the State Dining Room, set up in preparation for a congressional reception at the White House, Washington, D.C. White House Maître d’Hotel, Charles E. Ficklin, and White House butler, John W. Ficklin, stand behind the table; a portrait of Abraham Lincoln, painted in 1869 by George P.A. Healy, hangs on wall above the table.

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