ANTIQUES ROADSHOW wraps up its first trip to Orlando, Florida, with a healthy respect for the city's diversity; institutions of higher education, museums, sports teams and media outlets rank with world-class theme parks to make this Central Florida's cultural powerhouse. At the Orange County Convention Center, an equally varied mix of objects turns up for appraisal, including a circa 1975 aerial photograph of the entire Disney property before EPCOT was built, salvaged by a Disney Imagineer; a rare set of heirloom glass goblets by acclaimed 20th-century Austrian designer Otto Prutscher; and a haunting collection of original photographs brought by Cecil Stoughton, official White House photographer during the Kennedy administration. Documenting JFK's family life, as well as Lyndon Johnson's oath of office aboard Air Force One after Kennedy's assassination, the stunning examples of photographic work are valued at $75,000.
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