Becker, Chandler (contributor), Macklem, John W., 1867-1948 (photographer)
Note by Macklem dated 1928 March 9: "In the background can be seen the residence of E.I. du Pont de Nemours, erected by him early in the last century and occupied by him as a home until the time of his death, after which his second son Henry du Pont lived here until his death in August 1889. The property now belongs to the estate of Col. Henry A. du Pont, the oldest son of Henry du Pont."
Du Pont, Henry, 1812-1889 (correspondent), Du Pont, Lammot, 1831-1884 (correspondent)
Letter from Henry du Pont to Lammot du Pont regarding a military officer who wanted to speak with Lammot about the prospect of detonating a ship loaded with gunpowder near a fort on the southern coast.