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- Inauguration Album, Republic of Liberia, January 1952 - Page 59
- Three columns of printed negative strips with images from Inaugural Ceremonies for the Liberian President. Image descriptions from top to bottom, left to right. Three image positions are blank. Image 1-4: Various images of a U-shaped table set for a formal dinner with President William Tubman and dignitaries. The table is set with several plates, silverware, glassware, and a place-card for each seat. Several sets of candles are on the table. The room has three glass chandeliers. Image 5: Vice-President William Richard Tolbert speaking with another official, possibly Attorney General Christian Abayomi Cassell. Tolbert and Cassell are sitting on the inside of a U-shaped table during a formal dinner. Tolbert is sitting on the right. Both are wearing black tuxedos. Image 6: President Tubman sitting with a military official at a formal dinner. Tubman is sitting on the left, serving himself soup held by a waiter standing on the right. Another waiter is standing on the left behind the official. The table is covered in fancy plates and glassware. There is a microphone on the right side of the table. Image 7: President Tubman speaking with a military official at a reception during a formal dinner. Tubman is wearing a black tuxedo and the official is wearing a dress uniform. Image 8: President Tubman speaking with several officials at a formal dinner. Tolbert is sitting on the far right. Most of the officials are wearing white jackets. The table is covered with fancy plates and glassware. Image 8: President Tubman holding a glass during a toast at a formal dinner. Tubman is sitting between two officials, possibly US Ambassador Edward R. Dudley on the right. Two waiters are standing against the wall behind them. The table is covered in fancy plates and glassware. A microphone is on the right side of the table.
- Date Published
- January 1952
- Leon M. Jordan Collection