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Fall, 2006
Vol. 7, Nos. 2–3

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Fall 2006

From the Director
by Marc Pachter

A New Daguerreotype: Our Landmark Building
by Ann Shumard

Portrait of an Opening

A "Perfect" Ending to the First Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition
Andrea Baer

A Celebration Broadcast in Verse
by David C. Ward

Book Review
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Champion of Freedom by Conrad Black (New York: Public Affairs, 2003), 1,280 pp.
by Sidney Hart

Historian's Choice: Gloria Swanson
Platinum print by Karl Struss, 1919
by Amy Henderson
Editors's Choice: Thomas Tudor Tucker
Chalk on prepared paper by Charles Blathazar Julien Févret de Saint-Memin, 1805, gift of Cynthia Beverly Tucker Kimbrough Barlowe
by Dru Dowdy
NPG at Home

NPG in Demand

Conference on "Walt Whitman, a kosmos"

Spring/Summer, 2006
Vol. 7, No. 1

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Spring/Summer 2006

From the Director
by Marc Pachter

National Portrait Gallery Opening Exhibitions

NPG Presents the Clintons' Portraits

by Bethany Morookian Bentley

Portrait Competition Winners Selected

Moving Daze
Ellen G. Miles

NPG's Reopening Brings New Publications
by Dru Dowdy

Portrait of a MVSEVM
by Anne Collins Goodyear

Book Review
The Man Called Cash: The Life, Love and Faith of an American Legend by Steve Turner (Nashville, Tennessee: W Publishing Group, 2004), 298 pp.

Sneak a Peek at NPG's New Education Center Programs!

Winter, 2005-6
Vol. 6, No. 4

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Winter 2005-6

From the Director
by Marc Pachter

Sneak Peek:  American Origins, 16001900
by Ellen Miles
The Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture
by Bethany Morookian Bentley

2005 Paul Peck Presidential Awards Howard H. Baker Jr. and Hugh Sidey

Americans Now

Portrait Competition Moves Forward

Book Review:
Mistress of Modernism: The Life of Peggy Guggenheim
by Mary V. Dearborn (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2004), 382 pp.
by Jennifer Bauman

Curator's Choice: Plenty Coups
Gelatin silver print by Willem Wildschut, c. 1921 gift of Ruth and Vernon Taylor Foundation, Beatrice and James Taylor
by Frank Goodyear III

Historian's Choice: Charlotte Cushman
Oil on canvas by William Page, 1853
by Frederick S. Voss
Adopt-A-Portrait: Launching a New Initiative
by Sherri Weil

NPG Reopening Exhibitions

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