King Albert I and Vice President Marshall at the Mansion, October 29, 1919
Scope and Contents
The Historical Photograph Collection is largely comprised of materials created by or for the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association. Some of the earliest photographs of the estate were created and sold to visitors by the Association as a means of income. Those efforts helped to establish an important collection of 19th century views. The collection spans the 1850s to 2000s and includes over 140 linear feet of analog material providing a visual history of the Mansion, outbuildings, tombs, grounds, events, visitors, collection objects, personnel, and changes throughout the estate.
- October 29, 1919
- National Pictorial News (Photographer, Organization)
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.
From the Collection: 89 Linear Feet (Variety of container sizes based on photograph sizes and material types. Over-sized items are housed in drawers.)
Language of Materials
Black and white photographic print of King Albert I and Vice President Thomas R. Marshall standing along the west front of the Mansion just outside the central passage. A car and several individuals stand nearby. The photographer's stamp appears on the reverse. A handwritten caption (by Harrison Dodge) reads: ' King Albert & Vice President Marshall just entering main door of Mansion.'
6 15/16 in. x 5 in.
- Albert I, King of the Belgians, 1875-1934
- Mansion exterior Subject Source: Local sources
- Marshall, Thomas R. (Thomas Riley), 1854-1925
- Mount Vernon (Va. : Estate) Subject Source: Naf
- Photographic prints Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Photographs Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms