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32778 The Site of Ft. LeBoeuf Where Washington Delivered Governor Dinwiddie's Message to the French, Waterford, Penna.

 Item — Container: Waldsmith Collection - Box 1
Identifier: RP-3216 ; ST-7184 ; Waldsmith 195

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Views of Mount Vernon spanning more than 100 years. The Robert Waldsmith Collection consists of approximately 315 stereographs and cabinet cards by Alexander Gardner, N. G. Johnson, Luke D. Dillon, and others. Highlights of the collection include: several west front views of the Mansion, including the earlist known one by Frederick Langenheim, circa 1856; an early view of the tomb, circa 1857, and an international collection of Washington statues and buildings honoring the first President.

Dates

  • 1856-1981

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research during scheduled appointments. Researchers must complete the Washington Library’s Special Collections and Archives Registration Form before access is provided. The library reserves the right to restrict access to certain items for preservation purposes.

Extent

From the Collection: 236 stereographs and 61 cabinet cards Photographic Prints

Language of Materials

English

Physical Description

Stereoscopic view of a statue of George Washington delivering Governor Dinwiddie's message to the French. Monument was erected in 1922 by the citizens of Waterford, Pennsylvania. Only known sculpture of Washington in British uniform. Mounted on gray board. Publisher's imprint on the front of the cardboard mount read: Keystone View Company Manufactures, Publishers, Copyrighted Made in the U. S. A. Meadville, Pa., New York, N. Y., Chicago, Ill. London, England. Title - 32778 The Site of LeBoeuf Where Washington Delivered Governor Dinwiddie's Message to the French, Waterford, Penna. [Part of a series] 4.

Dimensions

7 in. x 3 1/2 in.

Repository Details

Part of the Photo Archives of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association Repository

Contact:
P.O. Box 3600
Mount Vernon VA 22121 United States
703-799-3600