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1. "Samuel, L. Gouverneur, Junior," As I Remember; Recollections of American Society during the Nineteenth Century, by Marian Gouverneur. . ..
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2. "Model. . . Looking from the Capitol to Lincoln Memorial," The Development of Washington with Special Reference to the Lincoln Memorial. Address by Glenn Brown, secretary, American Institute of Architects, Before the Washington Chamber of Commerce, December 13, 1910.
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3. "Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith," The First Forty Years of Washington Society, Portrayed by the Family Letters of Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith (Margaret Bayard) from the collection of her grandson J. Henley Smith.
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4.Frederick Douglass, Frederick Douglass: A Lecture on Our National Capital.
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5."The First Two Presidents of the Ladies of the Senate," Letters from a Senator's Wife, by Frances Parkinson Keyes.
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6."The President's Birthday Party: A Fantasy," Presidents and Pies; Life in Washington 1897-1919, by Isabel Anderson. . . .
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7."Mrs. Richard D. Cutts," Social Life in the Early Republic.
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8."The Main Hall of the Army Medical Museum -- Washington," Ten Years in Washington. Life and Scenes in the National Capital, As a Woman Sees Them.
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9. A collage, Thirty-six Years in the White House [Lincoln-Roosevelt], by Thomas F. Pendel. . . .
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10."Inside section of the Dome of the Capitol," Washington, Outside and Inside. A Picture and a Narrative of the Origin, Growth, Excellencies, Abuses, Beauties, and Personages of Our Governing City. By Geo. Alfred Townsend.
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