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Discusses Agricultural Conditions with President. Mrs. Asle J. Gronna, Wife of the Late United States Senator from North Dakota and Admitted Expert on Farm Matters, Snapped Leaving the White House Today. Mrs. Gronna Discussed Agricultural Matters at Lengt

By Harris & Ewing

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Title: Discusses Agricultural Conditions with President. Mrs. Asle J. Gronna, Wife of the Late United States Senator from North Dakota and Admitted Expert on Farm Matters, Snapped Leaving the White House Today. Mrs. Gronna Discussed Agricultural Matters at Lengt  
Author: Harris & Ewing
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Language: English
Subject: Prints & Photographs, Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia
Collections: Library of Congress Collection, Harris and Ewing Photograph Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1928
Publisher: Library of Congress

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Ewing, H. &. (1928). Discusses Agricultural Conditions with President. Mrs. Asle J. Gronna, Wife of the Late United States Senator from North Dakota and Admitted Expert on Farm Matters, Snapped Leaving the White House Today. Mrs. Gronna Discussed Agricultural Matters at Lengt. Retrieved from http://worldjournals.org/


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Description: Available online are more than 41,000 glass negatives--all but approximately 400 glass negatives in the collection. This represents a substantial subset of the estimated 50,000 news photographs and 20,000 studio portraits of notable people in the collection. Titles for the images are taken from unverified caption data received with the collection. When no caption data was received, the title says NO CAPTION. Approximately 28,000 film negatives in the collection have not been digitized; access is through a paper finding aid in the reading room.

 
 


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