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Embassies and legations. French Embassy exterior
Lincoln Memorial. Lincoln statue from right side
Miss Helen Gandy, secretary to J. Edgar Hoover. Miss Gandy on phone at desk II

Miss Helen Gandy, secretary to J. Edgar Hoover. Miss Gandy on phone at...

Item title devised. Subject card annotation: pictures of her made for the American magazine.

Bridges. Natural Bridge in Virginia

Bridges. Natural Bridge in Virginia

Old negative number: 906.

Liquor store, corner Central and Southern Ave. Exterior of liquor store

Liquor store, corner Central and Southern Ave. Exterior of liquor stor...

Item title devised. Logbook annotation: Kritzman, 1420 K St. N.W.

Carlton Hotel. Exterior of Carlton Hotel II

Carlton Hotel. Exterior of Carlton Hotel II

Item title devised. Later St. Regis hotel. Address: 923 16th, N.W. at K Street.

Smithsonian Institution exteriors. Smithsonian Institution Building I

Smithsonian Institution exteriors. Smithsonian Institution Building I

Item title devised. Logbook annotation: Views of the towers.

Schofield mantels. Baseboard, mantel and columns VI

Schofield mantels. Baseboard, mantel and columns VI

Subject card annotation: made for Mr. Schofield.

Street lamp on Mall. Lamp with U.S. Capitol in background

Street lamp on Mall. Lamp with U.S. Capitol in background

Item title devised. Logbook and subject card annotation: made for General Electric.

Water scenes. Creek in woods III

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