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28
Group of Framed Photographs
Estimate
6,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 8,750 USD
JUMP TO LOT
28
Group of Framed Photographs
Estimate
6,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 8,750 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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The White House Years of Robert S. McNamara

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New York

Group of Framed Photographs
A group of 25 framed photographs, one framed print and one framed Newsweek cover, various sizes, including a color photograph of the Ford Motor Company Administration Committee (February 1953); a black-and-white photograph of RFK and Ethel Kennedy, inscribed by Mrs. Kennedy and a lithograph portrait of RFK with a lengthy inscription by his widow (Christmas 1968); 5 color photographs of President Kennedy and various staff members in various places (Cabinet Meeting Room, Kennedy compound in Palm Beach, the Oval Office) and 4 black-and-white photographs of JFK, and one of Mr. and Mrs. McNamara attending the Inaugural Ball; 3 color photographs of LBJ, his family, and with Mr. and Mrs. McNamara taken at the White House and at the LBJ ranch, all 3 inscribed by LBJ (and 2 by Lady Bird), 6 black-and-white photographs of LBJ and McNamara, 1963-1967 of which 3 are inscribed by LBJ; Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey's official black-and-white portrait with a warm and lengthy inscription; cover art for Newsweek Magazine (12 March 1962) featuring Defense Secretary McNamara, a large black-and-white portrait of McNamara (ca. 1960s), a black-and-white photograph of Konrad Adenauer with McNamara, and a composite photograph taken October 2006  for an article in the April 2007 issue of Vanity Fair about the surviving members of President Kennedy's executive staff.  In all, 27 framed items.
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The White House Years of Robert S. McNamara

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New York