|Credit line||Gift of H. Gregg Danby in Memory of J. Kenneth Danby|
Staffordshire statuette of Thomas Jefferson on a round base. Full-length, mostly white figure with gold accents, black shoes, and brown hair. He hold a scroll and leans on a pedestal. This figure was made by Sampson Smith of Longton in 1876 to commemorate the centennial of Jefferson's authorship of the Declaration of Independence.
|Owned||J. Kenneth Danby|
Danby, H. Gregg
Danby, J. Kenneth
|Place of Origin||Staffordshire, England|