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North view of the President's house in the city of Washington

[Group portrait of two unidentified girls, three-quarter length, seated, facing front]

[Three unidentified women, two seated, one standing, facing front]

[Joannette Clark Benjamin, three-quarter length portrait of a woman, facing front, seated]

[Clark sisters, five women, three-quarter length portraits, all facing front]

[Zina Hitchcock Benjamin, Frances Benjamin Johnston's maternal grandfather, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right]

[Zina Hitchcock Benjamin, Frances Benjamin Johnston's maternal grandfather, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly right]

Whitemarsh Hall, Phila., Pa.

[Mr. Zina Hitchcock Benjamin family, posed left to right: Cornelia, Zina Hitchcock, Frances Antoinette, Samuel Clark, and Joanette Clark]

[Portrait of ten men including Anderson D. Johnston (seated second from right)]

Dr. Wm. Bryant Johnston, Germantown, Kentucky

Little Mollie Garfield & her father

Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952

To a Greek girl

[Joanette Clark Benjamin, Frances Benjamin Johnston's maternal grandmother, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left] / C. Adele Fussell(?) 1880.

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, seated in profile at left, group portrait with 18 unidentified men]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, full-length portrait, seated, facing left, looking downward, resting her head on her left hand]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, full-length portrait, standing in garden, right profile]

[2 young women, mother and aunt of Frances Benjamin Johnston]

[Men, women, and children in bathing suits on dock, sailboats, and in water; Frances Benjamin Johnston sits on edge of small catboat]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, full-length portrait, standing at edge of ocean, in bathing suit, with left hand on boat, facing right]

[Pageant participants costumed as Pilgrims and Natives, posed beneath a banner "En Avant!"]

[George Bancroft, 1800-1891, half-length portrait, seated at desk in library, facing front]

A New England sibyl

[27 men and women (Johnston family) in front of beach house "Dartmouth"]

[Office in Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Washington, D.C.]

The Garfield children

[Dr. Miller, Treasury Department employee, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left]

[Three Treasury Department employees in office]

[Dr. Miller, Treasury Department employee, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left]

[Three Treasury Department employees, Mr. Steele(?) and two other men, posed in office]

[Two Treasury Department employees seated at desk in office]

[Mr. McClelland(?), Treasury Department employee, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing front]

[Gen. Shelley, Auditor Navy, Treasury Department employee, half-length portrait, seated at desk,facing left]

[Gen. Shelley, Treasury Department employee, half-length portrait, seated at desk,facing left]

White House employees

[Three Treasury Department employees, Mr. Graham, John Brown, and another man, posed in an office with a fireplace]

Group crossing footbridge with cameras

[Frances Benjamin Johnston (front), with Mills Thompson (left) and Frank Phister, full-length portrait, posed on steps outside her studio (?)]

[Man posed on rocks, nude, playing pipe (Pan)]

Academie Julian, Paris, group of art students

Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952

Gypsy encampment Glenwood Road

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, full-length portrait, sitting on ledge with mountains in background]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston on a balcony of the State, War and Navy Building with a tripod-mounted camera, photographing an unidentified man]

Pinkey & the camera

Dr. John Scott Mrs. Harrison's father, aged 89, at work in the Pension Office, for A.P.A., Nov. 16.

Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952

Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952

[Frances Benjamin Johnston with camera on balcony of State, War and Navy Building (now the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building), Washington, D.C., 1888]

Machinery ahead of art - The portrait taker - The portrait painter

Riggs Bank - the Dept. of Justice for A.P.A.

[White House office, Washington, D.C.]

Don M. Dickson - Postmaster General, 1887-1889

Looking seaward / Myra A. Wiggins, 1889.

[Women painting at easels in a class at the Art Students League, Washington, D.C.]

White House State Dining Room / Frances Benjamin Johnston.

White House, Conservatory

Cabinet room, figures

The office lobby in the White House

White House, east corridor

[Dining(?) room in the White House, Washington, D.C.]

White House orchids

The "President's own" in waiting as escort at the White House

Conservatory of White House

[Women operating machinery at the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, Washington, D.C.]

Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Wash., D.C

Fashion gleanings from abroad

White House orchids

Plan of first floor of the Executive Mansion

White House employee

The babes of the White House / photographed by Miss Johnston, Washington, D.C.

White House employees

White House--Major Russell Harrison and Harrison children--Baby McKee and sister on goat cart

Red Room of the White House [corner]

White House orchids

[Plan of the second floor of the White House]

White House, 1889--Easter Monday

Lowery House

[Joseph Coerten Hornblower, half-length portrait, facing right]

[The cook at Marshall Hall, seated outdoors, shelling peas?]

The new Willard

[Treasury Department - employees in Mr. McClellend's room]

George Bancroft, 1800-1891

Misses Blount

[Alice Roosevelt Longworth]

Library in Hearst home

Julian Pauncefote,1828-1902

[Art class in Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Washington, D.C.]

[Mrs. Elizabeth Cameron, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front]

[Charles L. Marlatt, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing slightly right]

[Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1864-1952, with three male friends]

Facade of Franklin School

[House interior?]

[Baptistery, Pisa, Italy]

Grace Denio Litchfield's home, 2010 Mass. Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C.

[Staircase in home of Senator Philander Knox, Washington, D.C.]

Joel Chandler Harris, 1848-1948, bust, facing left

Julia Scott Stevenson Hardin

Barber House ("Belmont"), Washington, D.C.

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