[Postcard celebrating the signing of the Portsmouth Peace...  family photo
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[Postcard celebrating the signing of the Portsmouth Peace...

[Postcard celebrating the signing of the Portsmouth Peace Treaty]
1 photomechanical print (postcard) : halftone.
Postcard shows portraits of President Theodore Roosevelt, Czar Nicholas II, the Mikado, Count Sergei Witt, Baron de Rosen, Baron Komura and Baron Takahira, surrounded by other iconographic images.
  • Title devised by Library staff.
  • Copyright by the Rotograph Company, New York.
  • Printed on card: Delineated by Gustav Fuchs, N.Y.
  • Postcard sent by newspaper correspondent Edmund Noble to his wife, Lydia. Text reads: Hotel Wentworth, Portsmouth, Sept. 3, 1905. Dear Ma. The conference is now practically over; I shall therefore be home on Monday or Tuesday, probably Tuesday. The signing is to take place in the conference chamber, where all the negotiations have thus far been conducted. There's wet weather and fog here today. With love, Edmund.
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