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Female doll with cloth body dressed in white cotton blouse with puffy sleeves, black felt bodice, green felt skirt and red embroidered apron. The doll is wearing black high heel shoes and a red head covering.
Composite of four separate family photographs of the Kennedy Family, set in front of the family house in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. Front Row (L-R): Eunice Kennedy Shriver; David Kennedy; Ethel Skakel Kennedy; Kerry Kennedy (in Ethel Kennedy’s lap); Courtney Kennedy; Kathleen Kennedy (behind Courtney Kennedy); Michael L. Kennedy; Robert F. Kenned...
Porcelain ice cream plate depicting a snow shoe. The plate is part of the state dinner service for President Rutherford B. Hayes and was commissioned from Haviland & Co. in 1879 and designed by Theodore R. Davis.
White House Communications Agency (WHCA) staff trip to Costa Rica in advance of President John F. Kennedy’s visit; WHCA officer, Louie Bean (right), gets a shoe shine. [Photograph by Harold Sellers]
White House Communications Agency (WHCA) staff trip to Costa Rica in advance of President John F. Kennedy’s visit; an unidentified man gets a shoe shine. [Photograph by Harold Sellers]
President John F. Kennedy standing with delegates to the Pan American Highway Congress at a reception in the Rose Garden of the White House. Federal Highway Administrator Rex M. Whitton, who is standing to the left of President Kennedy, sent the photograph to Evelyn Lincoln with a letter dated June 10, 1963. The letter indicates that President Kenn...
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