Harris Ewing -- photographer
Summary: Rectangular black leather photograph album contains black-and-white photographs depicting interior scenes of the White House during the administration of President Warren G. Harding. The cover of the album is marked PHOTOGRAPHS in the bottom right corner, and it is bound with a black cotton tie. The photographs were taken by Harris Ewing of Washington, D.C., between 1921-1923. -- Color: Black, white -- Item Count: 1 item -- Dimensions: 18.2 cm high, 28.2 cm wide, 3 cm deep
albums, leather, paper (fiber product)
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