George Washington Carver Holding Queen Anne's Lace Flowers, Greenfield Village, 1942

Summary

Agricultural scientist George Washington Carver holds a sheaf of Queen Anne's Lace inside the Carver Memorial Cabin in Greenfield Village. Carver came to Dearborn in July 1942 for the dedication of this cabin, which Henry Ford built to honor his friend. The cabin is based on Carver's own sketches of the slave cabin in Missouri in which he was born.

Agricultural scientist George Washington Carver holds a sheaf of Queen Anne's Lace inside the Carver Memorial Cabin in Greenfield Village. Carver came to Dearborn in July 1942 for the dedication of this cabin, which Henry Ford built to honor his friend. The cabin is based on Carver's own sketches of the slave cabin in Missouri in which he was born.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 10 in

Width: 8.25 in

Inscriptions

Ink stamp on back reads FORD ARCHIVES

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