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Virginia Clay-Clopton, 1825-1915
A Belle of the Fifties: Memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, Covering Social and Political Life in Washington and the South, 1853-66.
New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1905, c1904.
List of Illustrations


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[Cover Image]

[Spine Image]

MRS. CLAY
Of Alabama
[Frontispiece Image]

[Title Page Image]

MRS. BENJAMIN FITZPATRICK
of Alabama

ADELINA PATTI
Aged Sixteen

MRS. ROGER A. PRYOR
of Virginia

MRS. GEORGE E. PUGH (THÈRÉSE CHALFANT
of Ohio
"The most beautiful woman in Washington"

FRANKLIN PIERCE
President of the United States, 1853-57

MRS. WILLIAM L. MARCY
of New York

MRS. J. J. CRITTENDEN
of Kentucky

MRS. CHESTNUT
of South Carolina

JENNY LIND
From a photograph made about 1851

JAMES BUCHANAN
President of the United States, 1857-61

MISS HARRIET LANE
Mistress of the White House, 1857-61

LADY NAPIER AND HER SONS

MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS
of Mississippi

LORD LYONS
British Ambassador to the United States

CLEMENT C. CLAY, JR.
United States Senator, 1853-61

L. Q. C. LAMAR
1862

MRS. PHILIP PHILLIPS
of Washington, D. C.

SENATOR JAMES H. HAMMOND
of South Carolina

GENERAL JOSEPH WHEELER
of Alabama
From a war-time photograph

DR. HENRY C. VOGELL
Fortress Monroe, 1866

DR. GEORGE COOPER
Fortress Monroe, 1866

MRS. A. S. PARKER
of Washington, D. C.

JEFFERSON DAVIS and CLEMENT C. CLAY, JR.
(after release from Fortress Monroe)