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Date: 1891
Place: Camden
Photographer: Thomas Eakins or Samuel Murray, Philadelphia
Note: The menacing-looking small person to Whitman's left is actually a statuette of Grover Cleveland, one of two figures of the President that Whitman had in his parlor (they appear in a better light in a photograph of the parlor in Johnston and J. W. Wallace, Visits to Walt Whitman in 1890-1891, opposite p. 41).
Type: Glass plate negative (4 x 5 in.)
Credit: Hirshhorn Musuem and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution
ID: 128

Image 128


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