Frederick Douglass With Madam Hyppolite In Haiti

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Frederick Douglass With Madam Hyppolite In Haiti

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Title:  

Frederick Douglass With Madam Hyppolite In Haiti
Date:
c. 1871
Creator:
James E. Taylor

Content Description: 

Frederick Douglass wearing a wide brimmed Panama hat & carrying a riding crop. He stands a few steps below Madam Hyppolite, wife of the Haitian president. She is wearing a riding habit. Under the grant administration, Douglass was assistant secretary of the commission of inquiry to Santo Dominago in 1871. In this scene Douglass is questioning the residents. Bottom right bears the signature, James E. Taylor. (James E. Taylor (1839-1901) was an illustrator for the Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.)

Physical Description: 

Paper. W 59, L 4 cm

Location:
1411 W Street SE Washington,District of Columbia 20020
Identifier:
FRDO 157

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