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Description "The original sketch of Mr. Adams, taken when dying by A.J.S. in the Rotunda of the Capitol at Washington" "Sketch showing head of John Q. Adams as he lay unconscious in the Rotunda after suffering a stroke."
Date 1848
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Author Stansbury, Arthur J. (Arthur Joseph), 1781-1865, artist.

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