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Collection 2: 5 x 7 envelope housing (50 photographs) (Location: SUB1, Box 116).

Item 1: Catalogue House, Blaksley Botanic Gardens, Santa Barbara, California. Stereopticon.

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Item 2: Jury. Cabinet card. “The Jury: Commonwealth vs. William Burns & Addison F. Burns, convicted Dec. 1881, Clarion, Pa.” Photograph by F.M. Lewis, Clarion, Pa.

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Item 3: Percival Jefferson [?]. “Once upon a time.”

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Item 4: Child on a beach. Inscribed on back: 1907.

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Item 5: Two children on a beach. 1907 [?]

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Item 6: Herman G. Dennison. Cabinet Card. Photograph by Baker’s Art Parlors, Columbus, Ohio, Nos. 228 & 232 High Street.

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Item 7: H. Moritz-Royat [?]. Cabinet card. Inscribed on back: 1890/1902. H.T. Wells [?], H. Moritz-Royat [?] Photograph by Atelier Kameke, La Haye, Javastraat 20, The Hague, The Netherlands.

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Item 8: Man. Photograph by Heib, N.Y.

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Item 9: Man in profile.

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Item 10: Alex Thayer [?]. "In [?] remembrance, Alex Thayer, Oct. 1908.”

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Item 11: Man in a suit with his hand on his chin.

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Item 12: Max Heinrich (18531916). Cabinet card. “Since Birthdays come but once a year, I desire to impress the same sentiment in spirit – as it was said in your book – in ink and trust you will always remember your friend, Max Heinrich, Winter Harbor, Aug.17.93.” Photograph by G.H. Van Norman, 310 Main St., Springfield, Mass.

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Item 13: Man seated in uniform.

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Item 14: Man wearing a hat and gloves. Photograph by Goodwin, 1924.

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Item 15: Man in uniform. “His Excellency Ambassador Robert Woods Bliss, with friendly greetings, Henry [illegible text], april 1927.”

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Item 16: Man in a suit and tie.

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Item 17: Woman with a tiara. Photograph by Keturah Collings, London.

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Item 18: Mrs. Benjamin Kissam. Cabinet card. Inscription on verso: "Mrs Kissam, Sargent's 'Lady in Lavender.'" Photograph by Mora, 707 Broadway, New York.

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Item 19: Clara Bell Tracy. Cabinet card. Inscribed on back: “Mrs. Tracy, 'Clara Bell' of St. Louis.” Photograph by Scholten, Nos. 920 & 922 Olive Street, Cor. 10th Street, St. Louis, Mo.

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Item 20: Woman holding a baby.

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Item 21: Woman holding a bouquet of flowers.

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Item 22: Marie Oge Beale (1880–1956) on a horse. “Washington DC, May 1927.” Photograph by Buckingham Photographers of Fine Arts, 810 13th Street, Washington, D.C.

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Item 23: Woman wearing pearl necklaces.

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Item 24: Woman wearing a tiara.

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Item 25: Woman with two children.

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Item 26: Mrs. Willie Allen. Cabinet card. Photograph by Schloss, 54 West 23rd Street, New York.

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Item 27: Anne Chilton. “Xmas 1937.”

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Item 28: Mary Chilton.

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Item 29: Rosa di Camastra.

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Item 30: Susan M. Corliss (1858–1908). “With All Love 1858–1908. Yours, Susan M. Corliss," and "for Mildred.”

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Item 31: Mrs. Dow. Cabinet card. Photograph by L. Alman & Co., 172 5th Avenue, N.Y. and Bellevue Avenue, Newport, R.I.

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Item 32: Anne Stowe Fithian (1874–1949). Anne Fithian was a landscape architect in California and an honorary trustee of the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden.

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Item 33: Brigadier General James William Forsyth (1835–1906). Cabinet card. Photograph by Taber, 121 Post Street, San Francisco, California. General Forsyth was was a U.S. Army officer and general. He had been a Union staff officer during the American Civil War.

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Item 34: Russell Greeley (1878–1956). Photograph by Bachrach. Signed and dated by photographer, 1919. Greeley was a portrait painter who had been a director of Mildred Barnes Bliss’s American Distributing Service (Service de Distribution Américaine) during the First World War.

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Item 35: The Harrison family. “Believe it or not, these are the Harrisons. Merry Xmas and a Better New Year!”

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Item 36: The Harrison family. “Merry Christmas from the Harrisons.”

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Item 37: Florence Haywood. Cabinet card. “In remembrance, Florence.” Photograph by J.C. Strauss Studio, St. Louis, Missouri, 1898.

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Item 38: Edward Guthrie Kennedy (1849–1931). “With E.G. Kennedy’s kind regards.” Photograph by Frederick Hollyer, Pembroke Square, Kensington W., London. Edward G. Kennedy was a leading New York print dealer who represented the New York and Paris firm H. Wunderlich & Co. in their dealings with the artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler.

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Item 39: John (1866–1955) and Lydia Loudon. Inscribed on back: 1946. John Loudon was a Dutch diplomat who was Minister of Foreign Affairs during the First World War. From 1901 to 1913, he was a diplomat in Peking, London, Paris, Tokyo and Washington, D.C.

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Item 40: Alexander R. Magruder. “To Robert Woods Bliss with affectionate regards. March 15, 1927.” Press photograph by A. Frankl, Berlin W. 50, Augsburgerstrasse 45.

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Item 41: Marie Masters Bonney Campion (1879–1967).

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Item 42: Elliott Bates McKee (1904–1990). Dated 1922. Photograph by John Howard Paine, Washington, D.C. Bates McKee was the stepson of Frederick H. Brooke, an architect who worked at Dumbarton Oaks (1921–1923).

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Item 43: McKee Dunn Mckee (1873–1910) and his daughter, Frances Dunn McKee.

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Item 44: Frances Dunn McKee. Dated 1922.

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Item 45: Albert Parker Niblack (18591929). Cabinet card. “Your Naval Attaché Always, Berlin, March 22, 1912.” Photograph by Hofphotogr. Sandau, Unter den Linden 19, Berlin. Niblack  was a United States admiral who served during the First World War.

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Item 46: Grace Vallé January (18521919). Cabinet card. Dated 1873. Photograph by Mora, 707 Broadway, New York.

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Item 47: Jessie Vallé. Cabinet card. Photograph by Scholten, Nos. 920 & 922 Olive Street, Cor. 10th Street, St. Louis, Mo.

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Item 48: Henry (Jean-Héliodore) Vignaud (18301922). “To my young friend R.W. Bliss.” Photo taken by V.S. Frank. Typescript label on back: “During Mr. Vignaud’s long and brilliant career he was ever the first to reach the Office, the last to leave. During the Hispano-American war, he used to sleep at the Chancery- ever alert for instructions from Washington. He is a man who believes that ‘an ounce of work is worth more than a ton of talk’ and his monumental work proves it.” Vignaud served as secretary to the American legation in Paris (18751909).

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Item 49: Jane, Frederick, and Rhoda Whitridge.

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Item 50: Almroth Edward Wright (1861–1947). Photograph of a drawing. Sir Almroth Edward Wright was a British bacteriologist and immunologist.

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