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File:John Quincy Adams by GPA Healy, 1858.jpg

Title John Quincy Adams
Date 1858
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 157.5 × 119.4 cm (62 × 47 in)
Washington, D.C., United States

Inscribed: Yes
Inscription Type: signed and dated
Inscription Location: lower right
Inscription Text: G.P.A. Healy, 1864
Inscription Type 2: inscribed
Inscription Location 2: on reverse
Inscription Text 2: John Quincy Adams. / Painted in Chicago. / July 21, 1858. -by- / Geo. P.A. Healy
Acquisition Information: U. S. government purchase
Acquisition Number: 858.1354.1

Credit Line: The White House Historical Association (White House Collection)
Source/Photographer The White House Historical Association
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