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Ten photographs by W.J. Groeninger of Baltimore.
Reel NKa2: Nine interior views of the home of Professor and Mrs. William Johnson, 909 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland. A portrait of William Walton Woolsey by Henry Inman is shown hanging in the dining room.
Reel 2814: One photograph of the interior of the Johnsons' home.
William Woolsey Johnson photographs, [ca. 1920]. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reels NKa 2 and 2814 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Location of Originals:
Reel NKa2, frame 573 In the custody of T.W. Johnson, Jr., 11 Acton Place, Annapolis, Maryland.
Math professor; Annapolis, Maryland. Johnson and his wife collected European faience and woodcarving.
The donor, Winslow Ames, initially lent 9 photographs for microfilming, though later added another photograph and gave all 10 photographs to the Archives. At this time, he requested one of the original 9 photographs be sent to T.W. Johnson, Jr. of Annapolis, the Johnsons' grandson, as a souvenir.
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