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Livery at the White House; White House History (Number 32) - Photo 5

Livery at the White House; White House History (Number 32) - Photo 5

Date of Work
November 14, 1903
Credit
The Broad Ax (Salt Lake City)

Livery at the White House; White House History (Number 32) - Photo 5

The journalist Louis A. Coolidge’s “The Uniformed Attendant” ran in The Broad Ax (Salt Lake City), among other papers, on November 14, 1903. Coolidge argued that the only unique feature of the uniforms was the buttons of the coats. His article was illustrated by a simple drawing portraying two White House doormen.

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