From presidential photographer David Hume Kennerly, a photograph of President Anwar Sadat, following the 1975 Sinai II treaty negotiations with Israel.
Black and white photograph with border, measures 14″ x 11″. Photograph in near fine condition, with a hint of wear along top edge. Signed on the verso by the photographer: “David Hume Kennerly. Anwar Sadat, Alexandria Egypt. Initiating of Sinai Treaty with Israel.” Additional inscription on front panel below image: “Anwar Sadat, Alexandria, Egypt. For John Bryson! David Hume Kennerly 1975.”
The Sinai Interim Agreement, also known as the Sinai II Agreement, was a diplomatic agreement signed between Egypt and Israel on September 4th, 1975 in Geneva. This photograph of Anwar Sadat, relaxing in Alexandria, Egypt, was taken following negotiations between the two countries, which resulted in parts of the Sinai Peninsula being returned to the control of Egypt.