Maryland. Sepia photograph (15 x 10.5 in) mounted on board, matted and framed. The artifacts wired around the photo include four iron nails, a spring-loaded sash window “catch,” and a skeleton key; the texts mounted on the mat describe the original locations of these objects and the history of Duddington Manor. The home belonged to the Carrolls of Duddington, a branch of the prominent Maryland Carroll family and relatives of the Charles Carroll who signed the Declaration of Independence. Photograph condition: Very Good. Mat shows some age-toning and soiling. Wooden frame in poor condition. Not examined out of frame. Dimensions 29 x 24 inches. Provenance: This item came from a direct descendent of Charles Carroll.
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Washington, D.C. 1960. One mounted photograph, measuring 9 1/4" x 13 1/4", on which Robert A. Taft has inscribed his best wishes to the photographer, Abdon Ackad. Text to his signature is the commemorative stamp of Taft which used this very photograph. 'Sen Robert A. Taft / 4 cents stamp' is written on the rear. JK consignment Shelved in Netdesk office, above Ephemera section.
Hickory Hill, Virginia: 1961. A photograph of Robert F. Kennedy with several of his children at Hickory Hill, their home in Virginia, signed by the photographer, Jacques Lowe. Signature in lower right corner in faded yellow ink. The title, “Hickory Hill, June 1961,” is written in the same ink in the lower left corner. Nicely matted and framed. Jacques Lowe (1930-2001) was John F. Kennedy's personal photographer both during his presidential campaign and after his election. The photograph comes from the collection of a member of the Kennedy family. Condition: Very Good. Print shows one slight crease (barely visible) at the bottom of the photo; signature and title are both badly faded. Slight scratching to frame. Not examined out of frame. Dimensions 24.5 a 24.5 inches Provenance: From the collection of a member of the Kennedy family.