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June 08, 2012

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Lee G. Brockington

I am familiar with Covarrubias' FDR Inauguration 1933 work. I heard that Clare Booth Luce, at Vanity Fair also, commissioned him to create the image and then gave the original to Bernard Baruch. Any knowledge of truth? Any idea where the original is today? We have a print in our collection at Hobcaw Barony.

raef

nice pic !

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