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Long before the advent of photography and funding by the White House Historical Association, Rembrandt Peale painted first lady Martha Washington, allowing people through the centuries to see what she looked like. (Photograph provided by the National Portrait Gallery)

Long before the advent of photography and funding by the White House Historical Association, Rembrandt Peale painted first lady Martha Washington, allowing people through the centuries to see what she looked like. (Photograph provided by the National Portrait Gallery)

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