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Portrait of Senate President John E. Powers standing at the Speaker's Chair in the Massachusetts State Senate Chamber

PC001.01.TMP.013 (RS86793)

Description

Individual portrait of Senate President John E. Powers standing at the Speaker's Chair in the Massachusetts State Senate Chamber. He is holding a gavel. Emphasis is on the Senate Chamber: dome detailing, chandelier, gallery, and seating.

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Details

Collection Name
General photographic collection
Collection Code
PC001
Dates
1963
Date of Acquisition
08 October 1979
Physical Description
1 photographic print
Inscriptions
Recto of mount: Congratulations & Best Wishes [signed:] Senate President John E. Powers; Verso of mount: Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Maloney (via their son Frederic Detwiller SPNEA Architectural Historian) Oct. 8, 1979 [stamped:] THIS PHOTOGRAPH --Courtesy-- HOLIDAY MAGAZINE Publication of this Photo prohibited, unless written permission is granted by the Editors.
Dimensions
10.5x 10.5(HxW) (inches)
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
Item
Additional Identification Number
OVP Photo Database Number: 9
OVP Number: OVP0013
Credit Line
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moloney (via their son-in-law, Frederic Detwiller SPNEA architectural historian).
GUSN
202222
Reference Code
PC001.01.TMP.013

Record details

Originator
Namuth, Hans (Photographer)
Other People
Powers, John E.
Other Organizations
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate
Descriptive Terms
busts (figures)
chairs (furniture forms)
chambers (assembly spaces)
chandeliers (hanging lights)
desk lamps
domes (architectural element)
galleries (upper level spaces)
government
hanging lamps
interior views
lighting
portraits
public buildings
table lamps
Material Type
gelatin silver prints
photographs
Subjects
Beacon Hill (neighborhood)
Books
Boston (Mass.)
Desks
Legislators-Massachusetts
Men
State government
Places (Buildings)
Massachusetts State House (Boston, Mass.)
Publisher
Holiday Magazine
Physical Access Restrictions
Top and right edges of mount torn; recto of mount smudged.

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