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Portraits of John Quincy Adams and His Wife

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ISBN 9780674691520

Publication Date: 01/01/1970


  • Foreword, by the Editor in Chief [L. H. Butterfield]
  • List of Illustrations
  • Acknowledgments
  • Editorial Method and Apparatus
  • Introduction, by the Author [Andrew Oliver]
  • I. Auspicious Beginnings, 1767–1801
    • Chronology
    • Isaak Schmidt
    • Early Miniatures
    • John Singleton Copley
  • II. The Diplomat, 1801–1817
    • Chronology
    • Edward Savage
    • Henry Williams
    • Pieter van Huffel
    • Charles Robert Leslie
    • William Shiels
  • III. The Secretary of State, 1817–1825
    • Chronology
    • Pietro Cardelli
    • Gilbert Stuart
    • Charles Willson Peale
    • B. Byron
    • Charles Bird King
    • Joseph Wood
    • Thomas Sully
  • IV. The President, 1825–1829
    • Chronology
    • Medals
    • Gilbert Stuart and Thomas Sully
    • John Henri Isaac Browere
    • Nathan W. Wheeler
    • Chester Harding
    • William James Hubard
    • Jarvis F. Hanks
    • Horatio Greenough
  • V. The Representative, 1830–1848
    • Chronology
    • John Wesley Jarvis
    • Luigi Persico
    • John Gadsby Chapman
    • Rembrandt Peale
    • Asher Brown Durand
    • Hiram Powers
    • Eunice Makepeace Towle
    • Shobal Vail Clevenger
    • George Freeman
    • Frederick Basham
    • William Page
    • S. M. Charles
    • Edward Dalton Marchant
    • Auguste Edouart
    • James Reid Lambdin
    • William Hendrik Franquinet
    • James H. Beard
    • Unknown “Colored Man”
    • Franklin White
    • Marcus Mote
    • George Caleb Bingham
    • William Henry Brown
    • Jean Baptiste Adolphe Gilbert
    • John Cranch
    • John W. Mason
    • William Hudson Jr.
    • John Crookshanks King
    • George Peter Alexander Healy
    • Savinien Edmé Dubourjal
    • Moses Billings
    • Eastman Johnson
    • William Henry Powell
    • Others
  • VI. Old Man Eloquent in Daguerreotype, 1842–1848
    • Plumbe’s Daguerrean Gallery
    • Philip Haas
    • Albert Sands
    • Southworth
    • Mr. West
    • Charles G. Page
    • The Shadow Shop, Utica
    • Anthony, Edwards & Co.
    • William A. Pratt
    • Mathew B. Brady
  • VII. The End
  • Index

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