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  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows the Andrew Jackson equestrian statue located at the center of Lafayette Park, just north of the White House. Erected in 1853, this statue was created by the sculptor Clark Mills and his enslaved apprentice, Phillip Reid. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Aerial Shot of Lafayette Park
    Unknown
    Lafayette Park
    This photograph shows people enjoying Lafayette Park. Lafayette Park, located across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House, has statues commemorating foreign military leaders who fought in the American Revolution at each of its four corners and an equestrian statue of President Andrew Jackson at the center of the park. This photograph was likely taken during the John F. Kennedy administration.
  • Hay-Adams Hotel
    Bruce White
    Lafayette Park
    Washington, D.C.
    This photograph of the Hay-Adams Hotel was taken by Bruce White in 2008. The historic hotel is located on 16th Street across from St. John's Church and across Lafayette Square from the White House. The hotel's name derives from two of its famous residents: John Hay and Henry Adams. Hay served as the personal secretary to President Abraham Lincoln, United States ambassador to the United Kingdom, and secretary of state to presidents Williams McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. Adams, a descendent of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, was a historian and professor.