on verso, by unknown hand, upper center in graphite: [8p]; stamped, center black ink: [?] / [?] / UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD / 242 [?] STREET / NEW YORK CITY / This photograph must not be used for trade / [?] perusing purposes without written / permission and is not to be syndicated, / copied, loaned or rented / No.; stamped, inverted, center in blue ink: SCRAPARIUM / JUN 13 1927; by unknown hand, lower center in red pencil: 8; lower right in graphite: 3 1/4 wide / 4 7/8 high / on figures; circled: 79; on label adhered to lower edge, inverted, typed in black ink: S/125X980 LINDBERGH AND FOCH / CAPTAIN LINDBERGH [name circled in blue pencil] LEARNS A GREAT DEAL OF LATE WAR / FROM MARSHAL FOCH / PARIS, France. --Among the notables who Captain / Charles A. Lindbergh, New York-to-Paris flyer, / met during his stay in Paris, Marshal Foch is in- / cluded. The famous war leader received the young / airman at his home in Paris and there told him of / the Great War. / PHOTO SHOWS: Left to right, Ambassador Herrick; / Parmely Herrick, his son, Captain Lindbergh; and / Marshal Foch, in front of his home. / WATCH THE CREDIT LINE
Marks and Labels
crop marks and retouching on recto
Mary and Dan Solomon, Monarch Beach, CA; gift to NGA, 2014.
- In Light of the Past: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Collecting Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, May 3 – July 26, 2015