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HOOVER, Herbert. Photograph signed ("Herbert Hoover") as President, also signed by Vice President Charles Curtis and eight members of his Cabinet; Secretary of the Interior Roy Lyman Wilbur, Attorney General William D. Mitchell, Postmaster General Walter F. Brown, Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde, Secretary of the Treasury Ogden L. Mills, Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War Patrick J. Jurley and Secretary of the Navy Charles F. Adams, n.p., n.d. [ca. 1932]. 14 3/16 x 19 in., sepia toned, photograph by Schutz (marked on photo and back), two creases and minor damage at upper edge, minor soiling, upper left corner strengthened on verso.
HOOVER, Herbert. Photograph signed ("Herbert Hoover") as President, also signed by Vice President Charles Curtis and eight members of his Cabinet; Secretary of the Interior Roy Lyman Wilbur, Attorney General William D. Mitchell, Postmaster General Walter F. Brown, Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde, Secretary of the Treasury Ogden L. Mills, Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War Patrick J. Jurley and Secretary of the Navy Charles F. Adams, n.p., n.d. [ca. 1932]. 14 3/16 x 19 in., sepia toned, photograph by Schutz (marked on photo and back), two creases and minor damage at upper edge, minor soiling, upper left corner strengthened on verso.

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HOOVER, Herbert. Photograph signed ("Herbert Hoover") as President, also signed by Vice President Charles Curtis and eight members of his Cabinet; Secretary of the Interior Roy Lyman Wilbur, Attorney General William D. Mitchell, Postmaster General Walter F. Brown, Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde, Secretary of the Treasury Ogden L. Mills, Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson, Secretary of War Patrick J. Jurley and Secretary of the Navy Charles F. Adams, n.p., n.d. [ca. 1932]. 14 3/16 x 19 in., sepia toned, photograph by Schutz (marked on photo and back), two creases and minor damage at upper edge, minor soiling, upper left corner strengthened on verso.

A FINE SIGNED OVERSIZED PHOTO OF PRESIDENT HOOVER AND HIS CABINET

In the latter stages of an Adminstration which was plagued by the onset of the Depression, Hoover sits for a photograph with his Vice President and several Cabinet members on what is likely the grounds of the White House. Of the men seated here, only Stimson would go on to greater political glory serving in same cabinet post for Franklin Roosevelt.

Provenance: Kenneth Rendell, 1986.
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