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  • Aerial Shot of Andrew Jackson Equestrian Statue
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    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.