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Private Office: 1923

Private Office: 1923

February 1923. "Miss Jacqueline Mansfield." Currently engaged to one Mr. Smith Corona. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.


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Congressman's daughter takes charge of his office.

The lady is the daughter of Congressman Joseph Mansfield, of Texas, who took complete charge of his Washington office during his illness in 1922. Her photo appeared in several newspaper articles praising her abilities, including this item in the Nov. 12, 1922, issue of the Oregonian.

'Twas Not To Be

Alas, the engagement of Miss Mansfield to Mr Corona was dashed into the rocks when the handsome Mr. Wood swept her off of her feet. Mr. Smith was unaware of this until that fateful day when he found her Underwood


What a lovely, emotive portrait. Absolutely makes me wish I could meet her.

Mr. Smith Corona was a lucky guy...

...because Miss Jacqueline Mansfield was absolutely a natural beauty! Please, don't tell my wife I'm in love with a woman over 100 years old.

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