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Collection 3: 8.5 x 10.5 envelope housing (78 photographs) (Location: 058, SUB1, Box 116).

Item 1: Family of five, three children (2 boys and 1 girl) with parents. Photograph by Frizell, 1926.

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Item 2: Boy on horse with a woman standing next to him. “This [is] Nat on Coca Cola winning his cup & blue ribbon. I can’t imagine why we look so cross.”

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Item 3: Image of dog made from a drawing. “With love from M[illegible] Jones. Photograph by Veerhoff.

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Item 4: Girl. Photographer’s signature illegible. Dated 1929.

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Item 5: Image of man from a drawing by Rebecca Lindon Malicheff.

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Item 6: Image of man from a drawing by Romans Suta (1896–1944). Signed, “Suta-1926.” Photograph by Michael Shuter, 20 W. 43rd Street, NYC.

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Item 7: Seated man. “C.F. [illegible last name], May 25, 1911.” Photograph by The London Stereoscopic Company, Photographers to Her late Majesty Queen Victoria, 106 Regent Street W.

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Item 8: Man and woman seated on a picnic table.

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Item 9: Man in profile wearing eyeglasses.

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Item 10: Nils Brauer [?]. Photograph by Föjer Eslöv, Sweden.

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Item 11: Man seated with a cigarette.

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Item 12: Man in uniform [Otto von Hapsburg ?]. “For Robert and Mildred Bliss with all friendship, Otto [illegible], 1938.” Photograph by Harris & Ewing.

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Item 13: Man in uniform. Photograph by Pach Brothers, 570 Fifth Avenue, New York.

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Item 14: Charles Webster Leadbeater (1854–1934). Photograph taken in 1914.

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Item 15: Man with eyeglasses sitting on the arm of a sofa.

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Item 16: Man with a goatee. Photograph by Alice Boughton.

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Item 17: Man with a goatee and a hat. Photograph by Alice Boughton.

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Item 18: Two children.

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Item 19: Man [Edward R. Murrow ?] and two women in front of an NBC microphone. Photograph stamped: Consolidated Aircraft Corporation, San Diego, California, September 6, 1942.

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Item 20: Two women and two girls. “Your devoted admirers.” Dated on verso: December 1903.

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Item 21: Honov. Dated 1922. Photograph by Stuart, 49 Brompton Rd., London.

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Item 22: Woman. Photograph by Lafayette, London.

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Item 23: Woman. Photograph by Arnold Genthe.

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Item 24: Image of woman. Photograph by Pearl Freeman, 4 Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, London W1.

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Item 25: Image of "Marie Champuy" from a drawing.

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Item 26: Woman. Photograph by Desgranges, 14 Avenue Masséna, Nice.

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Item 27: Gertrude. “To Mildred with Love, Gertrude.” Photograph by Noel Brothers, 1945.

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Item 28: Image of woman and man. Photograph by Ida [?] Peron.

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Item 29: Image of woman seated holding young boy.

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Item 30: Eva Spasse. “Avec affectueuse amitié, Eva Spasse” Photographer’s name illegible.

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Item 31: Woman seated with a fan.

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Item 32: Woman standing. Photograph by Fredricks & Koester, St. Paul, Minnesota.

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Item 33: Anna Groul [?]. Photograph by Johannes Jaeger, Stockholm.

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Item 34: Image of woman with dog. “A mio caro Bliss, [illegible signature].”

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Item 35: Graham Aldis (1895–1966) with two dogs. Graham Aldis, a Harvard University graduate (A.B., 1916, and A.M., 1917), fought in the First World War as a first lieutenant and in the Second World War. He was a partner in the Chicago real estate firm of Aldis and Co.

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Item 36: Juan Bautista Ambrosetti (1865–1917). “Al Señor Robert Woods Bliss y su señora, en memoria del amigo que los recordaba con tantá simpatia, M. Helena H. [Holmberg] de Ambrosetti, Set. 26, 1927.” Ambrosetti was an Argentine archaeologist, ethnographer, and naturalist.

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Item 37: Grosvenor Atterbury (1869–1956). Grosvenor Atterbury was an architect for the architectural firm McKim, Mead & White, New York City.

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Item 38: John L.V. Banning, Jr. in Naval Reserve uniform.

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Item 39: Mildred Bonney as a child.

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Item 40: Campiello Querini Stampalia, Venice.

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Item 41: Charlotte Carrington. “With warmest Christmas greetings.” Photograph by Alice Boughton.

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Item 42: Elizabeth, Harold, and Phyllis Carrington. Photograph by Alice Boughton.

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Item 43: Kitty O’Brien Chilton.

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Item 44: Aguilar Quartet. “Para la Señora Bliss que supo aumentar nuestro cariño y admiración hacia los Estados Unidos, El Cuarteto Aguilar, Buenos Aires Set. 9 1929.” Signed by musicians Ezequiel, Paco, Elisa, and Pepe Aguilar. Photograph by F. Bixio y Cia., Buenos Aires.

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Item 45: Laurence Curtis 2nd. “Mrs. Bliss, pleasant memories of Paris 1916–1917.” Photograph accompanied by a letter to Mrs. Bliss, dated December 26th. Photographer’s signature illegible.

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Laurence Curtis 2nd and Correspondence. Archives, AR.PH.BL.Misc.145, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection.

Item 46: Marcelo T. de Alvear. “A S E el Señor Embajador de los Estados Unidos de America, Robert Woods Bliss, con mi más alta estimacion y cordial amistad, M. T de Alvear, 10.10.28.” Photograph by Witcomb. Marcelo de Alvear was an Argentine politician and was President of Argentina (1922–1928).

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Item 47: Clarence Ransom Edwards (1859–1931). “To as dearest a thing an I recall in France - Mrs. Bliss, C. R. Edwards, Bureau, April 17, 1919.” Photographer’s stamp illegible. Clarence R. Edwards was an American general and was known as the first Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs.

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Item 48: Charlotte [?] Fairchild. “To Robert Bliss, Charlotte [?] Fairchild, 1919.”

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Item 49: May Fürstenberg. “Petersburg, 907.” Princess May Fürstenberg was the wife of the Austro-Hungarian legation counselor to St. Petersburg.

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Item 50: Hamlin Garland (1860–1940). “For Mrs. Bliss with best wishes.” Photograph by Florence M. Hendershot, 1541 East 57th Street, Chicago, Ill. Hamlin Garland was and American novelist and poet best known for his fiction depicting Midwestern farmers.

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Item 51: Butler Hallahan. Photograph by Pirie Mac Donald Photographer-of-Men, New York.

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Item 52: John S. Hammond. “Con [illegible] sentimientos de afecto, John S. Hammond, 1st Lt 5th F.A., Military Attaché, Buenos Aires April 12, 1912.” Photograph by Chandler, Florida 260, Buenos Aires.

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Item 53: Mrs. Henry Hough. Photograph by Pach Brothers, 570 Fifth Avenue, New York.

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Item 54: Virginia Howland. Photograph of a silhouette.

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Item 55: Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895–1986). Photograph by Ziegler, Holland. Jiddu Krishnamurti was a public speaker and writer on philosophical and spiritual subjects.

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Item 56: Arthur Hamilton Lee, 1st Viscount Fareham (1868–1947). Photograph by Mr. G.C. Beresford, 20, Yeoman’s Row, Brompton Road, S.W. Arthur Lee was a British soldier, diplomat, politician, and patron of the arts.

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Item 57: Ernst Linder (1868–1943). “Till Amerikanske Minister Mr. Robert Woods Bliss med hôgaktning tillgivenhet från, Ernst Linder. Stockholm, Mars 1927.” Ernst Linder served in the Swedish army (1887–1918). He was an accomplished horseman who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics where he won the gold medal in the individual dressage.

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Item 58: Brigit Malcolm.

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Item 59: Brigit Malcolm and brother.

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Item 60: Van Santvoord Merle-Smith (1889–1943). “To 'Bob' Bliss with warm regards, Van S. Merle-Smith.” Photograph by Bachrach, 1921. Van Santvoord Merle-Smith graduated from Harvard Law School in 1914, served as Third Assistant Secretary of State (1920–1921), and was Executive Intelligence Officer to General MacArthur during the Second World War.

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Item 61: Katherine Meyer. Photograph by The Misses Selby, 628 Fifth Avenue, New York.

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Item 62: Carl Milles (1875–1955). Postcard. Photograph of a pastel by Milles’ wife, Olga Milles, 1948. Carl Milles was a Swedish sculptor.

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Item 63: Edward George Henry Montagu, 8th Earl of Sandwich (1839–1916). “With my best thanks and fond wishes, 1911.” Photograph by James Lafayette, London.

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Item 64: Faith Moore (1877–1944), from a painting. Faith Moore was an American heiress who lived with her sister and brother-in-law at Chequers in England.

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Item 65: Faith Moore (1877–1944).

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Item 66: Sam Dushkin (1889–1976). Samuel Dushkin was an American violinist and composer.

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Item 67: Joseph Longworth Nichols (1870–1918) with two dogs.

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Item 68: Basil Miles (1877–1928). “For Bobbie and Mildred, 1923.” Basil Miles was a diplomat and an economist.

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Item 69: Carlos Quintana. “Para los diplomáticos modelo, Mildred y Roberto, con todo afecto, Copenhague 1932.” Photograph by A.M. Lindquist.

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Item 70: Theological Seminary, Wartburg, Germany. “Given me by Hildegard von Brockdorf, Fri., April 22, 1904, at St. Marks Parish School House, Wartburg, 10.7.97., BT [?].”

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Item 71: Marguerite Shaw. Photograph of a drawing by Bradford Johnson. Photograph by Em. Crevaux, Paris. Marguerite Shaw knew the Blisses while they were living in Paris (1912–1919).

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Item 72: Francis Hopkinson Smith (1838–1915). “For my dear friend Wm H. Bliss, F. Hopkinson Smith.” Smith was a United States artist, author, contractor and engineer. As a contractor he built the foundation for the Bartholdi Statue of Liberty.

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Item 73: Francis Hopkinson Smith (1838–1915). “Francis Hopkinson Smith, for my dear friend Robert Bliss, 1911.” Photograph by Chickering, Boston.

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Item 74: Albert Spalding (1888–1953). “To Mrs. Wm H. Bliss, In deep appreciation for the many happy hours spent together, Albert Spalding, February 18, 1925.” Photograph by Nicholas Muray, New York. Albert Spalding was an American violinist and composer.

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Item 75: Louis Sparre (1863–1964). “A Madame Bliss, Hommages respectueux, 1927.” Photograph by Atelier Jan de Meyere. Louis Sparre was a Swedish painter and designer.

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Item 76: Elliott B. and Beatrice Schermerhorn Phillips Strauss. “To Bob and Mildred from Caroline, Feb. 12, 1951.” Beatrice Schermerhorn Phillips was the daughter of the Blisses' friends William and Caroline Phillips. Photograph by Bradford Bachrach.

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Item 77: Marie Beale, Villa Altura, San Rafael, California.

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Item 78: Beveridge Webster (1908–1999). Photograph by Alban, 46 Rue de Ponthieu, Paris. Beveridge Webster was an American pianist and educator.

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