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This series documents Doris Duke's life from the time she was an infant to a few years before and after her death in 1993. The photographs, slides, and negatives are grouped by topic and therefore do not always share the same creation date nor are they necessarily the same formats. Topics include social events, passport photos, life at her various residences, travel, her time as a war correspondent, her honeymoon, her many animals at the various residences, and her jewelry and dresses. Of particular interest are the color glass mounted slides of Doris Duke's trip to the Middle East in 1938.

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Box 1, Folder PHDD001
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Box 1, Folder PHDD007
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Box 1, Folder PHDD011
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Print PH.DD011a: View to the northeast in front of the west (inland) side of the central block of Wingwood House; Doris Duke Cromwell standing on the lawn, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011b: View to the north on the lawn west (inland) from the central block of Wingwood House; behind Doris Duke Cromwell is the north wing of the house, with the single-story entrance arcade leading to the Porte Cochère (out of this view to the left). Photo taken circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011c: Doris Duke Cromwell sitting on the seawall on the northeast side of Wingwood House, in front of the dock for the Stotesburys' yacht, Nedeva, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011d: James H.R. Cromwell and Doris Duke Cromwell standing in front of the west portico of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011e: Doris Duke Cromwell seated on the seawall on the northeast side of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011f: Doris Duke Cromwell, Edward Townsend Stotesbury, and Louise Brooks Howard (granddaughter of Eva Stotesbury) in front of the west side of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011g: Louise Brooks Howard (granddaughter of Eva Stotesbury), Edward Townsend Stotesbury, Katharine Dahlgren Cromwell (wife of Oliver Eaton Cromwell Jr., son of Eva Stotesbury), and Doris Duke Cromwell, in front of the west portico of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011h: Eva Roberts Stotesbury, James H.R. Cromwell, and Doris Duke Cromwell in front of the west portico of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011i: Oliver Eaton Cromwell, Jr., Eva Roberts Stotesbury, and James H.R. Cromwell in front of the west portico of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011j: Doris Duke Cromwell and Edward Townsend Stotesbury standing under the west portico of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937.

Print PH.DD011k: A meal being served on the lawn just outside the west portico of Wingwood House, Bar Harbor, Maine, circa 1936/1937. Persons seated at the table are, (clockwise) starting with the man in the dark coat on the left: James H.R. Cromwell, Louise Brooks Howard, Oliver Eaton Cromwell Jr. (in tan coat, hidden behind Louise Brooks Howard), Doris Duke Cromwell, Katharine Dahlgren Cromwell, and Eva Roberts Stotesbury. Identity of the footman and butler performing the service unknown. Mr. Stotesbury, if present, is hidden behind the others, at the head of the table.