University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Dennis Brack Photographic Archive, 1967-1999

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Brack, Dennis
Title: Dennis Brack Photographic Archive
Dates: 1967-1999
Abstract: Dennis Brack is a free-lance photojournalist with over 35 years of experience in photojournalism, commercial, and advertising photography. The collection includes slides, contact sheets, negatives, and prints of U.S. Presidents, other government officials, U.S. Military operations, human interest stories, entertainment, and other important national and international events.
Accession No.: 2008-039; 2008-042; 2008-300; 2009-200; 2010-161; 2011-004; 2011-089; 2011-356; 2011-382; 2012-191; 2012-320; 2012-348
Extent: 50 ft.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Dennis Brack was born in Great Bend, Kansas in 1939. He received a B.A. from Washington and Lee University in 1962 and an LL.B from George Washington University in 1965. A free-lance photojournalist, he has over 35 years of experience in photojournalism, commercial, and advertising photography. He has completed assignments successfully in every continent of the world and his work has been published in magazines around the world. He owns one of the largest photographic studios in Washington, located one hundred yards from the U.S. Capitol complex. Brack currently does approximately two-thirds of his assignments using digital cameras.

Dennis Brack's photographs have won awards from the White House News Photographers Association, the National Newspaper Photographers Association and the World Press Association. He is currently President of The White House News Photographers Association. For the past sixteen years, Mr. Brack has been one of the five members on the Standing Committee of Press Photographers of the U.S. Senate.

Scope and Contents

The collection includes slides, contact sheets, negatives, and prints of U.S. Presidents, world leaders, the Supreme Court justices, Senators and other government officials, U.S. Military personnel and operations, protest demonstrations, public works projects, human interest stories, entertainment, and other important national and international events.


Access Restrictions

Access to slides and negatives is restricted. These items can only be viewed by appointment. Contact repository for further information.

Use Restrictions

A portion of the collection is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.

Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Bush, George, 1924-
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968.
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.
Reagan, Ronald.
Supreme Court justices--United States.
Congress. Senate.
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.
Washington (D.C.)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Dennis Brack Photographic Archive, 1967-1999, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

 Archivist's Note 

The numbers noted brackets are the log numbers from Black Star photo agency. The first two numbers are the month and year and the last number is the acquisition number. Some archival boxes contain multiple Black Star “boxes” that separate a box into sections, but hold no special meaning. Most of the Black Star box sections come with an inventory list. However, the list is organized chronologically and often does not correspond to the order of the folders.

“Selects” refers to groups of specific images that were selected, digitized and burned to CD by Dennis Brack. Box 2008-042 contains “Carter” and “Nixon” drawers, which were also selected and digitized by Brack. Both the slides and CDs are included in the collection. CDs can be viewed by appointment. Please contact the Photographs Archivist for further information.

Detailed Description of the Archive



2008-039/1 [Restricted] Black Star Boxes 1, 2, 3:
General Westmoreland [11-67-3723]
Aviation - Dulles Airport [2-73-1633]
Misc Senators [2-73-1551]
Casper Weinburger [2-73-1550]
Misc Senators [1-73-1458]
Prison, City of Fairfax Jail [11-67-3725]
Sen. William Fulbright, Arkansas [2-73-1696]
Sen. Thomas Eagleton, Sen. Stuart Symington [3-73-1732]
Russell Means, Indian Leader [4-73-2074]
Thurgood Marshall [11-67-3567]
POW’s return to U.S., arrival at Andrews Air Force Base [2-73-1639]
Black Child [3-73-1733]
Meat [3-73-1931]
Meat Price Demonstrations, Washington and Alexandria, VA [4-73-2057]
Row of mailboxes [4-73-2075]
Sen. Sam Ervin, Watergate [2-73-1694]
Meat Price Demonstrations, Washington D.C. [4-73-2076], 1973
Housing [4-73-2078]
Highway construction [4-73-2077]
Industry – Building & Construction [4-73-2081]
Prime Minister Edward Heath of Great Britain [2-73-1632]
Environment (Ecology) [1-73-1403]
Buffalo herd in Wyoming [1-73-1366]
Flower Abstract [1-73-1369]
Construction [1-73-1372]
Computers [1-73-1373]
Stream fishing – Wyoming [1-73-1374]
House on fire [1-73-1397]
Education [1-73-1398]
Elderly women [1-73-1402]
Children playing [1-73-1404]
Stores [1-73-1400]
Pres & Mrs. Nixon visiting Truman home day before funeral [1-73-1456], 1972
David Packard – Assistant Secretary of Defense [4-70-2192], 1970/03
Kissinger at airport leaving for Paris [11-72-1195], 1972/11
Mt. Vernon [10-72-968]
Gen. Alexander Haig Jr. [11-72-155]
Richard Elliott 73 [1-73-1461]
Apollo 17 blastoff [12-72-1272]
Nixon Meeting w/Pres Thieu’s personal emissary [12-72-1238]
Black Star Box 1 selects
Pathet Lao Held Territory [1-80-1495], 1970
Youths in Europe, London & Paris [2-70-1651], 1969/11
Robert Ellsworth at Nixon Headquarters [12-67-3785]
Rescue at sea – Queen Elizabeth II, Sea Venture [4-74-3957]
Rep Lott (Trent), House Judiciary Impeachment Committee [6-74-4264]
Mayor Haskill of Wilmington Del [6-72-149], 1972
Contest pictures
Holden House
Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Fed. Reserve Bd. Of Gov. [5-70-2762]
Marriott Motor Hotels [3-69-9046]
The Pointer Sisters at J.F.K. Center, 1973 [12-73-3376]
Woman Doctor, Dr. Driscoh [12-66-1314]
Carter years
Misc. Pictures
Cuba – Castro
LBJ & Cabinet (Giving Awards) [7-69-9], 1966/04
Football [12-67-3836]
Box 2 selects
Box 3 selects
Earl Butz, Sec. of Agriculture [11-71-8069]
Golda Meier [1-72-9382]
Ted, Joan, and Ethel Kennedy [1-72-9381]
Richard Kleindienst, Watergate [3-72-9659], 1972/03
School Bussing Illustration [1-72-9386]
John Mitchell, Nixon’s campaign manager [3-72-9653], 1972/03
Florida White House [1-72-9385]
Kurt Waldheim, New Secy. General of U.N. [2-72-9568]
Sen. George McGovern at home [3-72-9700]
Gov. George Wallace in Florida [3-72-9730], 1972/03
Sen. George McGovern (Heads) [3-72-9699]
Mayor Lindsay campaign Florida [1-72-9345]
Sen. Hubert Humphrey campaigning in Miami [1-72-9344]
Painting with light [12-71-9156]
Grand Teton National Park [12-71-9125]
Eye Examination: Psychedelic Sensations [11-71-7065]
Assembly line 1972 models, Ford plant, Loraine Ohio [12-71-9024]
Sen. Henry (Scoop) Jackson – 102 [12-71-9105], 1971
Prime Minister Elliot Trudeau – Canada [10-71-6071]
Ottawa, Canada, includes Parliament Buildings [10-71-6070]
Airplane Cockpit [10-71-6068]
Jet engine & clouds [10-71-6066]
R.F.K. memorial, wife, and children [6-71-5449]
Scenes of Washington D.C. [5-71-5304]
Vacant railway tracks during strike [8-71-5754]
Bermuda [6-71-5453]
J. Edgar Hoover [6-71-5451]
Premier Alexei Kosygin visit to Canada [10-71-6073]
“Crisis of the Conscious” Conference, Washington [10-71-6054], 1971/10/15
Fireworks over Washington D.C. [9-71-5966]
Mayor John Lindsay [9-71-5946]
Opening J.F.K. Center Wash [9-71-5873], 1971/09/08
George Meany [8-11-5842]
Continental Divide – Glacier Nat’ Park, Rocky Mountains, Colorado states [8-71-5824]
Women’s Liberation Protest March (Also Abortion) [12-71-9023]
Abandoned Prison – Delaware [3-72-9664]
Mayor John V. Lindsay [3-72-9697]
2008-039/2 [Restricted] Black Star Box 4:
Box 4 selects
U.S. Supreme Court Building, Washington D.C [7-67-2682]
Washington D.C. buildings [8-67-2851]
Sol Linowitz, U.S. Ambassador to the O.A.S. (Organization of Amer. States) [11-67-3566]
McGeorge Bundy [11-67-3565]
J.F.K. Center under construction [8-67-2848]
Vietnam War Demonstration [10-67-3539]
J. E. Hoover, Ramsey Clark, Thurgood Marshal, Earl Warren [9-67-3331]
Wyoming [9-67-3291]
Detroit riots [8-67-2953], 1967
Sargent Shriver [8-67-2918]
Rural America [8-67-2852]
Kennedy gravesite at Arlington [3-67-1984]
Sol Linowitz [4-67-2160]
Senator Javits [4-67-2161]
Dean Rusk & Sol Linowitz [4-67-2164]
Mike Mansfield [4-67-2165]
Gov. Wallace at Princeton [5-67-2311], 1967/05
Hong Kong [5-67-2367]
Launching of the new aircraft carrier [6-67-2378]
Gov. Wallace [7-67-2599]
Hubert Humphrey in front of White House [7-67-2601]
Funeral of astronaut Chaffee at Arlington [2-67-1653], 1967/02/01
Beatles in Washington [8-66-743]
Speech to the Am. Legion Convention [9-66-817]
Luci Johnson and Pat Nugent [6-66-458]
Bobby Kennedy [6-66-459]
Harold Wilson, former Prime Min. of Great Britain [9-66-835]
Robert Kennedy [10-66-1000]
Anti-Vietnam War demonstrations [10-66-1020]
Funeral of astronaut Grissom [2-67-1654]
Charles Percy and Wife [3-67-1858]
Helms – Director Of CIA [3-67-1861]
Gen. James Gavin [3-67-1862]
Black Star Box 5:
Box 5 selects
Martin Luther King Jr. [4-68-5680]
Rev. Abernathy [5-68-6007]
Drop of water [7-71-5619]
Hubert Humphrey [4-68-5857]
Old age couple [5-75-6162]
L.B.J. [4-68-5606]
Ray Robinson Jr. being arrested at Supreme Court [6-68-6222]
Sen. Fulbright [4-68-5867]
Ted Kennedy – Car accident, Martha’s Vineyard [7-69-148]
Ted Kennedy and Family leaving Church [7-69-231]
Henry Kissinger [7-71-5620]
Lyndon Johnson [4-68-5866]
Spiro Agnew [12-69-1325]
L.B.J. at memorial [4-68-5658]
Pope Pious XII [8-68-6900]
Great Dismal Swamp, Virginia [8-72-624], 1972/07
Sen. McGovern in Miami (Democratic Convention) [8-72-618], 1972/07
Convention to nominate Sargent Shriver [8-27-551]
Mrs. McGovern & Mrs. Eagleton [8-72-616], 1972/07
Sen. George McGovern [8-72-547], 1972/08
[Republican Leadership], 1997-1999
Capitol Building – Special effect [6-72-213]
Camping in Glacier Park [9-72-753]
Federal Reserve System [10-72-942]
Capitol, 200th anniversary of Revolutionary War [10-72-963]
Lincoln Memorial [10-72-966]
Capital City [10-72-963]
U.S. Mint, Federal Reserve System [10-72-942]
Democratic Convention final night, McGovern, Eagleton and Families [7-72-402]
Democratic Convention final night [7-72-405]
Democratic Convention final night, Misc personalities [7-72-406]
Memorial service at grave of Robert Kennedy [6-72-171]
Traffic [5-72-0107]
Voting booth – interior – no people [5-72-0108]
White House – exterior shots only, Watergate [5-72-0109], 1972
Airforce One March in flight [5-72-0104], 1972
[George McGovern Presidential Campaign 1972] [7-72-0359]
Close-up – Black Woman, Florida [5-72-9991]
George Meany [4-72-9943], 1972/04
Panda on arrival in Washington [4-72-9920]
Children [4-72-9778]
Miami Florida, hotels & tourist at pool [8-72-656], 1972
McGovern and Sargent Shriver in Washington [9-72-690]
Pollution – Car Junkyard & Water Pollution sign [5-72-0103]
J. Edgar Hoover lies in state in Capitol Rotunda 5/1972 [5-72-60]
Melvin Laird, Sec. of Defense (Press Conference after Haiphong Mining) [5-72-49]
Anti-Haiphong demonstration – Washington, D.C. [5-72-47]
Supermarket – Interior [5-72-39]
Republican Convention Personalities [8-72-652]
George McGovern campaigning in NYC [6-72-253]
Misc. Subject Matter [6-72-233]
2008-039/3 [Restricted] Black Star Box 6:
Box 6 selects
S. I. Hayakawa [3-70-1894]
Sen. Muskie [4-70-2197], 1970/01
Lunar sample: on view at the Smithsonian [4-70-2133]
Eclipse, Wallops Island, VA [3-70-1935], 1970/03/14
Democratic Convention, Sen. George McGovern [7-72-359]
Democratic Convention [7-72-469]
Paris, France [2-70-1656]
Hubert Humphrey [3-70-1892]
Sen. Edmund Muskie [3-70-1891]
Experimental Repronar photographs [2-70-1812]
Kennedy family in Hyannisport [11-69-1157], 1969/11/19
U.S. Capital [4-70-2206]
Ralph Nader [4-70-2205], 1970/01
Richard Helms, Dir. Of CIA [4-70-2199], 1970/01
Gov. Lester Maddox in Washington, D.C. [3-70-1893], 1970/02
Senator and Mrs. Muskie [10-69-857], 1969/10
Sen. Hugh Scott [10-69-859], 1969/09
Golda Meir/Pres. Nixon [10-69-862]
Vietnam Moratorium, Washington D.C. [11-69-1100], 1969/11/15
Funeral of Joseph Kennedy [11-69-1158]
Maurice Stans, Secretary of Commerce [4-70-2207], 1969/11
Washington D.C., Historical Site [7-72-343]
Chambers of U.S. Supreme Court [4-70-2214]
Mount Vernon [7-72-344]
Democratic Convention, George Wallace [7-72-358]
Democratic Convention, Hubert Humphrey [7-72-0357]
Earth Day, Washington D.C. [4-70-2584]
Henry Jackson at Democratic Primary in Florida [6-72-0273], 1972/01
Ed Muskie at Democratic Primary in Florida [6-72-0272], 1972/01
Capitol Building [7-72-343]
Democratic Convention, Democratic Party telethon [7-72-0360]
Democratic Convention, Various subjects [7-27-361]
Florence, Italy [2-70-1652], 1969
Speakers’ Corner, London, England [2-70-1653]
Rhine Valley, Germany [2-70-1654]
Bangkok’s floating market and Laos, Thailand [1-70-1493]
H. Ross Perot’s trip to Hanoi [12-69-1704]
Nixon and Agnew at press conference and in the White House [4-70-2200]
Nixon family during State of the Union Message [1-70-1607] 1970/01
Black Star Box 7:
Box 7 selects
Nelson Rockefeller [12-67-3874]
Sen. William Fulbright (the foreign relations committee), Dean Rush testifying [3-68-5382]
Resurrection City March through Washington [6-68-6424]
Jackie Kennedy at Expo [F-153]
Mexico [1-68-3929]
Strom Thurmond and wife [8-69-396]
Naval Academy, Annapolis [1-68-3983]
White House – Christmas tree [1-68-3936]
Wilbur Mills [7-69-17]
Attorney Gen. Mitchell [8-69-365], 1969/07
George Meany, AFL-CIO [8-69-370], 1969/07
Sen. George McGovern [8-69-371], 1969/07
Vince Lombardi [8-69-372], 1969/07
R.F. Kennedy Memorial Service at Arlington [6-69-9759], 1969/06
Dean Rusk’s testimony before Foreign Relations Committee [6-68-6339]
Emanuel Celler – Cong. – Chairman of the House Judicial Committee [7-69-4]
John McCormack, Speaker of House [7-69-9998], 1969/06
Vince Lombardi [7-69-151]
James Mitchell VA (Black College) [5-68-5982]
Mrs. Gandhi [4-66-123]
Sen. Edmund Muskie [4-68-5868]
Hubert Humphrey speaking at Nat’l Press Club [4-68-5857]
Hubert Humphrey [4-58-5858]
Hubert Humphrey’s arrival in Washington from Mexico [4-68-5675]
Washington Riots (M.L.K. Assassination) [4-68-5640]
Washington Riot after M.L. King assassination [4-68-5659]
“Start of Poor People’s March” – Coretta Scott King [5-68-6007]
Sen. Strom Thurmond [7-69-3]
Sen. Eugene McCarthy [12-67-3867]
Republican Convention [8-68-6755], 1968
Poor People’s March – Rev. Ralph Abernathy [5-68-5992]
F. Lee Bailey [7-69-2]
Nelson Rockefeller [4-68-5865]
Sen. Mark Hatfield [8-69-377], 1969/07
Hubert Humphrey [6-68-6369]
Hubert Humphrey [6-68-6414]
Hosea Williams [6-68-6370]
Henry Cabot Lodge [6-69-9752]
R.F.K. assassination – mourning at Resurrection City and picketing Nat’l Rifle Association [6-68-6224]
Ralph Abernathy [6-68-6434]
John Lindsay [7-68-6608]
M. Laird [6-69-9753]
William Rogers, Sec. of State 1969 [6-69-9751]
Margaret Mead [7-69-1]
Hubert Humphrey’s arrival in D.C. after L.B.J.’s announcement [4-68-5615]
Astronauts at State Dinner in Los Angeles [8-69-397], 1969/07
Eugene McCarthy [4-68-5601]
Bob Dylan [2-68-5084]
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Warren [12-67-3873]
Chuck Robb with Lynda Bird [3-68-5440]
R.F.K. Funeral [6-68-6271]
John Glenn in Washington office of the Emergency Committee for Gun Control [7-68-6524]
2008-042/1 [Restricted] Carter Drawer:
Carter Selects
Jimmy Carter campaigning in Williamsburg, Virginia [10-76-8698]
Jimmy Carter signing windfall profits tax proposals [5-79-3761]
Jimmy Carter’s televised energy speech [4-79-3631], 1979/04/05
National Conference on Mental Health [5-79-3817]
Mount Vernon, 200th Anniversary of Revolutionary War [10-72-968]
Alexandria, 200th Anniversary of Revolutionary War [10-72-967]
Middle East Treaty signing and state dinner [3-79-3545]
Jimmy Carter heads [11-76-8725]
Jimmy Carter in Mexico [2-79-3359]
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter before senate committee, 1979
Jimmy Carter speaking to United Food and Commercial Workers Union [7-79-4142]
Jimmy Carter and Plains, Georgia [11-76-8828]
Jimmy Carter on Election Day, Plains and Atlanta, Georgia [11-76-8742], 1976
Jimmy Carter in Israel [3-79-3500]
Jimmy Carter in Cairo for Peace Talks [3-79-3464]
Teng Hsiao-Ping visit to U.S. [1-79-3258]
Jimmy Carter Roland pictures
Miscellaneous Jimmy Carter pictures
Jimmy and Amy Carter with dog
Jimmy Carter and Tokyo Summit [7-79-4178]
Jimmy Carter on Election Day [11-80-8363], 1980
Jimmy Carter’s trip to Egypt [1-78-1127]
Nixon Drawer:
Nixon selects
Eisenhower lying in state in National Cathedral [3-69-9051], 1969/03/29
William McChesney Martin [10-69-8671], 1969/10
Eisenhower funeral Abilene, Kansas [4-69-9131]
Washington Senators baseball, 1966/04/22
Eisenhower funeral Abilene, Kansas [4-69-9131]
Washington Senators baseball, 1966/04/22
Prime Minister Pompidou in U.S. with Nixon and Sgt. Shriver [3-70-1895]
Richard Nixon State of the Union[1-70-1596], 1970/01
President Richard Nixon [8-70-3397], 1970/08
Nixon and State of the Union and Ambassador George, Sec. John Connally, Tricia Nixon, Mrs. Nixon and Henry Kissinger [2-71-4555]
Richard Nixon headshots, getting off helicopter with wife and speaking in East Room with tourists [3-71-4799], 1971/02
The Nixon family [4-71-5189], 1971
Black Star Box 8:
Box 8 selects
Ron Ziegler White House Communications [7-70-3095], 1970/06
Sergeant Shriver [7-70-3094], 1970/06
H. Ross Perot, Millionaire [6-70-3041]
Prime Minister Olof Palme of Sweden in U.S. [6-70-3039], 1970/06
H. Ross Perot, Millionaire [6-70-3041]
Prime Minister Olof Palme of Sweden in U.S. [6-70-3039], 1970/06
Justice Thurgood Marshall [5-70-2788]
Attorney General Ramsey Clark with J. Edgar Hoover [5-70-2787], 1967/06/22
March to Augusta in Commemoration of the Jackson and Kent State deaths, Ralph Abernathy [6-70-2899]
Football [6-70-2903]
Transparencies for Republican National Committee [5-70-2767]
Margaret Mead [5-70-2741], 1970/05/19
Washington D.C., 2003
Boeing Supersonic
Nixon Resignation
General Ky and wife, November [11-70-4050], 1970
Senator Edmund Muskie [1-71-4474], 1971/01
Lyndon Johnson at Notre Dame-Texas Cotton Bowl football Game [1-71-4398], 1970
Martha Mitchell [1-71-4358]
Rhino, giraffe [11-70-4083]
Ted Kennedy [11-70-4076]
Drug illustration shooting up heroin [11-70-4075]
Pro. Football misc. action [11-70-3967]
Spiro Agnew [11-70-3936], 1970/10
White House dinner for Heads of State attending U.S. Anniversary Celebration [10-70-3907], 1970/10/24
John Kennedy at Piano Concert, Philadelphia [10-70-3799]
Women’s Liberation Demonstration, Washington D.C. [10-70-3752]
Yellowstone, Wyoming [10-70-3743]
Black Panther rally at Yale including Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden, [5-70-2637]
Senator and Mrs. George McGovern [1-72-4476]
Yitzhak Rabin [2-71-4565]
Mayor John Lindsay [2-71-4658], 1971/02
Moon and sunburst over ice, Madeleine Islands, Canada [3-71-4871]
Seal slaughter [3-71-4872]
Prime Minister Abba Eban of Israel in Washington [4-71-5008]
Vietnam Vets March on Washington [4-71-5195]
Easter Egg Hunt on White House Lawn [4-71-5206]
May Tribe Demo, Washington D.C. [5-71-5278]
Anti-war march on Washington [4-71-5214]
Peace demonstration, Washington D.C., White House [5-70-2730]
Washington D.C. [5-70-2724]
J. Edgar Hoover and Lyndon Johnson [5-70-2671]
Senator Mike Mansfield [5-70-2669], 1968/04/05
Hubert Humphrey [5-70-2664], 1968/04/05
Golda Meier headshots U.S. [9-70-3641]
Hosea Williams [9-70-3590], 1970/09
Attorney General John Mitchell (Watergate) [8-70-3454]
Steel Mill [9-70-3528], 1970
Nixon press conference [6-70-3040], 1970/06
Government Seals [8-70-3364]
Pollution over Detroit, Great Lakes Steel, National Steel Corp. [7-70-3297]
2008-300/1 [Restricted] Black Star Box 9:
Box 9 selects
Frank Sinatra singing at White House [4-73-21401], 1973/04
Washington DC views [12-68-8019]
Iwo Jima Statue, Virginia [12-68-8015]
Supreme Court Washington, DC (includes Warren, Abe Fortas, William O. Douglas, etc.) [12-68-7974]
South America – Cusco, Peru and llamas [12-68-7971]
South America – Lima, Peru and Machu Picchu [12-68-7973]
Dean Rusk at White House conference on International Cooperation [12-68-7967]
Corn farmer Russell Inskup [11-68-7863]
Samples [12-68-7969]
Dean Rusk and Paul Martin, Canadian Sec. of State for External Affairs [12-68-7960]
Corn farmer Russell Inskup [11-68-7863]
Samples [12-68-7969]
Dean Rusk and Paul Martin, Canadian Sec. of State for External Affairs [12-68-7960]
Jerry Rubin [12-68-7925]
Blacks in America [11-68-7891]
William McChesney Martin [11-68-7890]
Robert McNamara [11-68-7889], 1966
Library of Congress, [11-68-7888]
George Kennan [11-68-7887]
Senator Fullbright [12-68-7883; 12-68-5867]
Christmas, White House tree [11-68-7861]
Christmas shopping [11-68-7860]
Christmas decorations [11-68-7859]
Pope in Bogota [8-68-6900]
Alaska [4-69-9307]
John F. Kennedy gravesite, on assassination anniversary [11-68-7812], 1968/11/22
U.S. Naval Carrier JFK [11-68-7737]
Workers leaving from work [11-68-7736]
Fireworks [11-68-7735]
Democratic Convention [8-68-6923], 1968
The Nixon Cabinet [2-68-8549]
Dining in Washington, Holiday [4-73-2103], 1973/3 - 1973/4
Entire Nixon Cabinet 1/69 [2-69-8738]
Sec. Melvin Laird [3-69-8835]
Wall Street, interior and exterior of 99.Y.C. Stock Exchange [5-69-9586]
Nixon announces cabinet appointments, Maurice Stans [2-69-8737], 1969/01
Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky in Paris [3-69-8792], 1969/02
Apollo XIII Launching [12-68-8084], 1970
William McChesney Martin (Federal Reserve) [12-68-8046]
Washington D.C. Winter [12-68-8020]
Pollution, air and water [11-68-7539]
Vice Pres. Humphrey [10-68-7338]
Bullets [11-68-7538]
Democratic Convention, demonstration and police outside [9-68-6973], 1968
Madison Square Garden Rally with Spiro Agnew, Richard Nixon and family, David Eisenhower [11-68-7582]
Black Star Box 10:
Box 10 selects
Director of FBI Clarence Kelley, FBI Senate hearing [6-73-2419]
John Erlichman, Watergate [6-73-2345]
H.R. Haldeman, Watergate [6-73-2344]
“Nixon Doghouse” [5-73-2336]
Henry Kissinger [6-73-2341]
Sam Ervin, Watergate investigating committee [6-73-2342]
Watergate hearing, Senate investigating committee [6-73-2349]
Bag of groceries, high cost of living [6-73-2418]
Jeb Stuart Magruder, Watergate
Jean Dixon [6-73-2470]
Traffic, Los Angeles Freeway, California [7-73-2506]
Camp David [7-73-2600], 1973
Henry Kissinger at confirmation hearings for Sec. of State [8-73-2813], 1973/09
RFK Pro-Celebrity Tennis Tournament at Forest Hill [8-73-2739]
Watergate Hearing, John Mitchell [7-73-2516]
Watergate Hearings, scenes of caucus room (filled) [5-73-2289]
Henry Kissinger [5-73-2164]
Richard Nixon with Italian Premier Andreotti [5-73-2168]
Robert Haldeman, Nixon’s assistant, Watergate [5-73-2169]
Former Attorney Gen. John Mitchell arriving and departing offices 06, Watergate committee in new Senate office building [5-73-2257]
Mayor Lindsay campaigning for presidency [5-73-2266], 1972
John Dean, Watergate [5-73-2278], 1973
Watergate Senate Investigating committee, Edward Gurney, Herman Talmadge, Lowell Weicken, Sam Ervin, Howard Baker [5-73-2286]
L. Patrick Gray, former Acting Director of FBI, supervisor of FBI investigation of Watergate [5-73-2288]
Watergate Case, Cox and Richardson [5-73-2290]
Watergate, James McCord at Senate Hearings [5-73-2291]
Watergate office building, Washington D.C. [5-73-2292]
Henry Kissinger, Watergate [5-73-2294]
Jack Anderson, newspaper columnist, Watergate [5-73-2295]
Capitol building and White House [5-73-2297]
Senators Sam Ervin and Howard Baker of Senate Investigating Committee on Watergate [5-73-2301], 1973/05
Watergate Building and sign [7-73-2562]
Frank Sinatra
Frank Wills, guard who discovered Watergate entry [7-73-2564]
Judge Sirica, Watergate [7-73-2565]
Automobile accidents [8-73-2613]
Smoking [8-73-2614]
Ron Ziegler [8-73-2674]
Crowds [8-73-2730]
Spiro Agnew press conference, Watergate [8-73-2743], 1973/08
Elliot Richardson, Attorney General, Watergate [8-73-2745]
John Mitchell, Watergate [9-73-2797], 1973
Spiro Agnew [9-73-2798]
Maurice Stans, Watergate [9-73-2800], 1973
Frank Lloyd Wright house “Falling Waters, near Ohiopyle, Pennsylvania [9-73-2874]
Money, arrangement of dollar bills [9-73-2895]
Pres. Richard Nixon [9-73-2896]
2009-200/1 [Restricted] Black Star Box 11:
Box 11 selects
Rep. Peter Rodino [2-74-3594]
Frank Fitzsimmons [2-74-3595]
General Moshe Dayan (Israel) and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger [2-74-3674]
Secretary of Treasury George Shultz [2-74-3676]
Elliot Richardson for Time [1-74-3503]
James D. St. Clair (Nixon’s lawyer) [1-74-3539]
Pres. Richard Nixon Jan. 1974 [1-74-3571]
Black Fashion [9-73-2928]
Washington D. C. - Capitol Building [9-73-2900]
Washington D. C. – Supreme Court building [9-73-2899]
Washington D. C. - White House [9-73-2898]
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger [9-73-2897]
Richard Nixon [2-74-3708]
Panda at Washington Zoo [2-74-3709]
Rep. Peter Rodino [3-74-3806]
Smithsonian Institution [2-74-3710]
C.G. (Bebe) Rebozo [3-74-3852]
President Nixon Speaking at Lincoln Memorial, 2/12/1974 [2-74-3694]
Leon Jaworski, 1973 [11-73-3142]
Panama Canal [11-73-3123]
“Containerized” ships passing through Panama Canal [10-73-3063]
White House Attorney Fred Buzhardt outside courtroom [11-73-3090]
Gerald Ford, Nov. 5, 1973 Head Shots Only [11-73-3121]
Mr. Jaworski , special Watergate prosecutor [11-73-3122]
Misc. Color Sample Material [11-13-3144]
White House and Tapes Watergate [11-13-3154]
Home heating oil delivery [11-73-3188]
Kathleen Kennedy wedding to David Townsend [11-73-3231]
10th anniversary of John F. Kennedy assassination, Arlington Cemetery, 11/22/1973 [11-73-3252]
John F. Kennedy Center, Merce Cunningham Ballet [12-73-3351]
Boy Scout hike [12-73-3359]
Youthful audience at rock concert [12-73-3385]
JFK Center of the Performing Arts, Washington D. C. [12-73-3394]
Mt. Vernon, Virginia [12-73-3399]
Vice President Gerald Ford [1-74-3445]
Impeach Nixon Rally [1-74-3465]
William Simon- Energy Czar [1-74-3420]
Sen. Birch Bayh [12-73-3374]
Elton John [12-773-3377]
Chicago Symphony at JFK Center [12-73-3384]
Black Star Box 12:
Box 12 selects
H.E. General Chatichai Choonhavan, Prime Minister of Thailand [6-90-5738]
Public Service Appreciation Day, military in the Capitol [6-90-5727]
Flag Burning Amendment [6-90-5713]
Senators – Jesse Helms, Fritz Hollings, Tim Wirth, John Heinz, Chris Dodd, Don Riegle [6-90-5697]
10k Run for Life [6-90-5682]
Sen. Durenberger [6-90-5710]
Washington D. C. cherry blossoms [5-90-5563]
Budget meeting, 5/23/1990 [5-90-5564]
Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell [5-90-5568]
Neil Bush [5-90-5587]
AIDS demonstration at National Institute of Health [5-90-5588]
Washington summit – Mikhail Gorbechev [6-90-5598]
President George Bush with Pres. of Mozambique [6-90-5626]
Census 1990 [4-90-5340]
John Poindexter after sentencing [6-09-5781]
East German Prime Minister Lothar De Maizière, 6/12/1990 [6-90-5783]
Mandela in Washington D. C. [6-90-5745]
Census takers (Census enumerators) [6-90-5749]
Nelson Mandela speaking before Joint Session of Congress [6-90-5769]
Kansas wheat harvest [7-90-5861]
Bush at a ceremony for Civil Rights Commission [5-90-5540]
Carla Hills, U.S. Trade Negotiator [5-90-5398]
Robin Williams and Whoopie Goldberg [5-90-5423]
Democratic leadership: Rep. Thomas Foley, Sen. George Mitchell [5-90-5424]
George Bush [5-90-5428]
Campaign finance – John Kerry, Joseph Biden, Bill Bradley [5-90-5429]
War on Drugs at White House [5-90-5441]
Alan Simpson [5-90-5485]
Mrs. Marilyn Quayle Emotional Speech [5-90-5489]
HUD Abuses [5-90-5493]
Marion Barry and Jesse Jackson [5-90-5549]
Marilyn Quayle testifying [5-90-5531]
Budget meeting: Bush with Cabinet [5-90-5542]
2009-200/2 [Restricted]
Selects Box 1
Selects Box 2
2009-200/3 [Restricted]
Black Star Box 14 Selects
Black Star Box 13 Selects
Kosygin and LBJ [7-67-2679]
LBJ laying wreath on tomb of the Unknown Soldier, May 30, 1966 [6-66-446]
Johnson at Lincoln Memorial [3-67-1863]
Johnson entering office [4-67-2166]
LBJ, Lynda Bird, Thurgood Marshall [8-67-2914]
LBJ with Georg Kiesinger [8-67-3099]
Lyndon Johnson [8-67-2915]
LBJ with Aldo Moro, Otto Krag, Thurgood Marshall, J. Edgar Hoover, and Ramsey Clark [9-67-3331]
LBJ, Rusk, Goldberg and Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin [2-67-1766]
LBJ with Chuck Robb and Lynda Johnson, Pat and Luci Nugent [11-67-3674]
Luci Johnson [12-67-3791]
Johnson-Robb Wedding [12-67-3792]
Lynda Johnson and Chuck Robb [12-67-3792]
LBJ and Ladybird with the Harrimans [12-67-3877]
LBJ with A. Harriman [12-67-3878]
LBJ [9-67-3329]
Lyndon Johnson headshots [3-68-5437]
LBJ [4-68-5606]
LBJ [4-68-5866]
Richard Nixon and LBJ with wives [11-68-7613]
LBJ’s last State of the Union [1-69-8321]
Lyndon Johnson, Dec. 1968 [7-69-9937]
Opening of LBJ Library, May 24, 1971 [6-71-5433]
Lyndon B. Johnson press conference [5-70-2670]
LBJ funeral [3-73-1850]
Nixon campaigning in NY and PA [9-68-7124]
Nixon family [4-71-5189]
Nixon’s resignation [8-13-74]
President Elect Richard Nixon [11-68-7705]
President Nixon 1st press conference, December 27, 1967 [1-69-8401]
Nixon Inauguration [1-69-8403]
Nixon Cabinet appointees - William Rogers [2-69-8724]
Clifford Harden at Nixon announcement of cabinet appointment [2-69-8725]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments – Walter Washington [2-69-8726]
Nixon announces cabinet appointment – Herb Klein [1-69-8727]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments - John Mitchell [2-69-8728]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments – John Volpe [2-69-8729]
Nixon announcing cabinet appointees – Walter Hickel [2-69-8730]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments – George Romney [2-69-8731]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments – David Kennedy [2-69-8732]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments – Robert Finch [2-69-8733]
Nixon with different members of cabinet [2-69-8735]
Nixon’s European tour, London, 2/69 [3-69-8775]
Nixon’s European tour, Berlin with Dan Rather [3-69-8769]
Nixon’s European tour, Rome [3-69-8767]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments – Melvin Laird [2-69-8740]
President Nixon announces cabinet appointments [2-69-8736]
Secretary of Defense Elliot Richardson [1-73-1461]
James Baker, David Stockman, William Niskanen [3-85-9412]
Jim Brady press conference [1-81-8822]
Donald Regan in his White House Office, 2/4/1985 [2-85-9305]
Secretary of Treasury James Baker, 2/4/1985 [2-85-9306]
Secretary of Agriculture John Block [2-85-9307]
Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole [3-85-9391]
Whitehouse Chief of Staff Donald Regan [3-85-9400]
Larry Speakes- Deputy White House Press Secretary [3-85-9405]
Larry Speakes- Deputy White House Press Secretary [3-85-9405]
Attorney General Ed Meese and Mexican Attorney General Garcia Ramirez [4-85-9522]
President Ford, Henry Kissinger, Averell Harriman [4-78-1778]
President Ford announcing the signing of the Tax Bill [4-75-5941]
President Ford in San Diego, California - press conference [4-75-5935]
President Ford on the golf course [4-75-5942]
Ford’s Address to Joint Session [4-75-5944]
President Ford press conference in Rose Garden, June 10, 1975 [6-75-6242]
President Ford’s trip to California [4-75-5955]
President Ford at Concord, Mass., 4/20/1975 [5-75-6143]
President Ford in swimming pool [7-75-6485]
President Gerald Ford press conference on White House Lawn, 6/26/1975 [7-75-6348]
Ex-President Ford [8-78-2356]
Reagan Selects
President Ford in Finland [8-75-6585]
President Ford in Air Force One at dusk [7-75-6494]
President Ford and Mrs. Ford at Fort McHenry [7-75-6495]
President Gerald D. Ford receiving honorary degree [8-75-6524]
President Gerald D Ford press conference [8-75-6525]
President Gerald D. Ford playing golf, 7/12/1975 [7-75-6491]
President Gerald D. Ford in Michigan 7/12/1975 [7-75-6492]
President Ford in Cleveland [7-75-6493]
President Ford in Poland [8-75-6586]
President Ford trip, meeting in Helsinki [8-75-6584]
President Ford in Germany, July 1975 [8-75-6597]
President Ford trip to Europe, 8/2 – 8/3, 1975 [8-75-6598]
President Ford press conference, 11/4/1975 [11-75-6993]
Press conference, 9/8/1975 [9-75-6719]
President Ford in Boston [11-75-6994]
President Gerald D. Ford, 12/17/1975 [12-75-7182]
President Ford at signing ceremony [3-76-7545]
President Ford press conference [3-76-7603]
President Ford campaigning in New Hampshire, 2/20/1976 [3-76-7628]
President Ford [4-76-7797], [5-76-7897], [5-76-7898], [5-76-7899]
Mrs. Betty Ford campaigning in California [6-76-8055]
President Ford in New York, 7/4/76 [7-76-8144]
President Ford on Mississippi riverboat [9-76-8553]
President Ford campaigning in Philadelphia [10-76-8604]
Gerald Ford, Bob Hope, Lee Elder [9-77-0551]
Ford’s last State of the Union Address [2-77-9275]
2009-200/6 [Restricted] Black Star Box 15:
Box 15 Selects
Nixon Cabinet, 1968 [8-41-5816]
Pres. Nixon with Vice President Agnew and Secretary of State Rogers, also Kissinger [8-71-5841]
President Nixon and labor leaders George Meany, Leonard Woodcock, Abel and Fitzsimmons [9-71-5948]
Henry Kissinger in Alaska [10-71-6067]
President Nixon in Alaska [10-71-6069]
President Richard Nixon [12-71-9126]
Nixon and Hirohito, Anchorage, Alaska [10-71-6074]
President Nixon with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau at White House [12-71-9127]
Henry Kissinger and President Nixon at Key Biscayne, White House [11-72-1217]
Nixon in campaigning in Texas, 1972 [1-73-1461]
President Richard Nixon [1-73-1457]
Nixon-Brandt meeting [2-72-9432]
Nixon Returns from China – arrival at Andrews Air Force Base [3-72-9647]
President Nixon at his desk [3-72-9652]
President Nixon and Vice President Agnew, March 1972 [6-72-248]
President Nixon at news conference- 1972 [7-72-326]
President Nixon speaking, July 1972 [8-72-621]
Nixon victory celebration [11-72-1060]
President Richard Nixon on return from Key Biscayne and Bahamas, May 1973 [6-73-2348]
Nixon during 1972 election, campaigning [5-73-2287]
Nixon Inauguration [1-73-1491]
Brezhnev in USA with Nixon, signing treaty at Camp David [6-73-2454]
Brezhnev in USA, San Clemente [6-73-2463]
Nixon reading speech [6-73-2461]
Nixon’s European tour: Brussels, incl. NATO meeting [3-69-8776]
Nixon in Europe: Paris [3-69-8768]
Nixon in Europe: Bonn, W. Germany [3-69-8777]
Nixon signing 26th Amendment [7-71-5618]
President Nixon, July 1971 [9-71-5576]
Nixon campaign, 1968 [8-71-5811]
President Nixon [3-69-8832]
Nixon arrives at Andrews A.F.B. after Far Eastern Tour, 8/3/69 [8-69-312]
Nixon alone with President Ceausescu, Oct. 1970 [11-70-3930]
San Clemente (Nixon California residence)[8-69-492]
President Nixon alone, July 1969 [8-69-394]
President Nixon and Mobutu [8-70-3398]
President Nixon with Chief Justice W. Burger [7-70-3104]
Nixon’s Cambodia speech [5-70-2785]
William McChesney Martin [10-69-867]
Richard Nixon [8-70-3396]
Prime Minister Georges Pompidou visits Nixon in D.C. [3-70-1895]
Trica Nixon wedding to Ed Cox, June 12, 1971 [6-71-5513]
Nixon’s State of the Union Address [1-70-1596]
President Nixon headshots [11-70-3934]
Richard Nixon [2-71-4742]
Nixon State of the Union, incl. George Bush, Kissinger, Pat and Tricia Nixon, cabinet members, Jan. 1971 [2-71-4555]
President Nixon [1-71-4387]
Nixon and [Moshe] Dayan [2-71-4564]
President Nixon, March 1971 [3-71-4834]
Mrs. Nixon with Mrs. Rogers [4-71-4990]
President Nixon at bill signing ceremony, also George Romney and Maurice Stans [4-71-5003]
Tricia Nixon engagement party [4-71-5045]
Nixon at Texas- Arkansas football game [12-69-1373]
Nixon at opening of baseball season [4-69-9301]
Black Star Box 16:
Box 16 Selects
President Ford at Bakersfield, California [4-75-5934]
Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Carter boarding helicopter, Oct. 1981 [6-84-7944]
Richard Nixon’s return to the Capitol, incl. Pres. Bush pumping gas, with Senator Sununu, Oliver North hearing [3-90-5093]
Nixon Library [8-90-5943]
Opening of the Nixon Library, Yorba Linda, Poindexter, CA [7-90-5896]
Rep. Gerald Ford, Michigan. 1967 [12-68-7881]
Gerald Ford, House Minority Leader [8-69-380]
A day with Vice President Gerald Ford [1-74-3578]
President Ford departs Bakersfield, CA [4-75-5933]
President’s office and cabinet meeting room [11-73-3117]
President Gerald Ford [2-74-3638]
President Gerald Ford and family at home [3-74-3741]
President Ford with Henry Kissinger, first day of presidency, Aug. 9, 1974 [8-74-4795]
President Gerald Ford 2nd Press Conference [9-74-4933]
President Gerald Ford’s accession to presidency, swearing in ceremony and inauguration speech, Aug. 9, 1974 [8-74-4734]
President Gerald Ford’s first day [8-74-4776]
Nixon in the Middle East [6-74-4324]
Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger [3-85-9489]
Nixon’s trip to the Middle East [7-74-4499]
Nixon’s trip to Middle East, incl. Pat Nixon [7-74-4500]
Nixon’s Middle East trip: Syria [7-74-4502]
Nixon in Middle East: Jordan [7-74-4503]
Nixon in Middle East: Israel [7-74-4506]
Nixon in Middle East: Saudi Arabia [7-74-4504]
Nixon’s departure from White House, Aug. 9, 1974 [8-74-4733]
Nixon’s resignation, Aug. 8, 1974, incl. Ron Ziegler, Rose Mary Woods, Alexander Haig, Fred Buzhardt [8-74-4696]
Richard Nixon in Michigan [4-74-4052]
Impeach Nixon rally, Washington D.C., April 27, 1974 [4-74-4076]
President Richard Nixon in Egypt and Austria with Sadat [6-74-4324]
President Nixon press conference, 3/6/1974 [3-74-3797]
President Richard Nixon State of the Union, Jan. 29, 1974 [2-74-3590]
President Nixon with aides John Sawhill, Bill Walker, John Alexander [1-74-3572]
President Nixon headshots, Dec. 1973 [1-74-3444]
President Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger [11-73-3094]
President Nixon Press Conference in October 26, 1973 [10-73-3066]
President Nixon After White House church service with Gerald Ford [10-73-2990]
Nixon press conference, Sept. 1973 [9-73-2779]
President Nixon Television speech during [8-73-2744]
President Richard Nixon portraits [7-73-2601]
2009-200/9 [Restricted] Black Star Box 16a:
Gulf War, August 1990 selects
Ronald Reagan selects
Martin Feldstein selects
Misc- box clean up
Clinton - California
Jurgen Schrempp
Women in Saudi Arabia
Presidential debates in St. Louis, 2000
President Bush
Gulf War, 1990
Medical equipment
FBI Director William Webster [12-85-1108]
Donald Regan press conference [4-85-9648]
Schultz and Shevardnadze, Russian mission to the UN, 9/25/85 [10-85-0633]
Robert McFarlane at Air Force Association, 9/16/85 [10-85-0700]
Attorney General Ed Meese [8-85-0386]
James Miller, Office of Management and Budget, 10/30/1985 [11-85-0918]
Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger at National Press Club, 10/9/1985[10-85-0818]
C.I.A. Director William Casey in his office [10-85-0809]
Attorney General Ed Meese at the SPAC Convention, 1/30/86 [2-86-1479]
Larry Speakes, press briefing on shuttle explosion, 1/28/1986 [2-86-1434]
Secretary James Baker and Admiral Poindexter [1-86-1352]
Gulf War, General Charles Horner
Gulf War Central Commander Schwarzkopf
Cheney- Gulf War, 1990
Fort McNair
Gulf War
Jonas Savimbi and Casper Weinberger [2-86-1470]
Larry Speakes reads statement on arms control, 1/16/86 [1-86-1351]
Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger’s press conference, 3/27/86 [4-86-2044]
National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane [5-85-9851]
Ambassador Vernon Walters [6-85-9972]
Reagan cabinet members outside White House [4-85-9569]
Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger [4-85-9650]
Secretary of Treasury James Baker, 4/29/1985 [5-85-9767]
Jeane Kirkpatrick [6-85-0041]
Secretary of State George Shultz Briefing [5-85-9832]
Secretary of Treasury James Baker [6-85-0062]
C. Weinberger and G. Schultz’s press conference concerning Libya attack [4-86-1962]
Secretary of Treasury James Baker [6-85-0062]
Sec. of Defense Casper Weinberger before Senate Armed Forces Committee, 2/5/86 [2-86-1515]
Secretary of Education William Bennett [12-85-1226]
Secretary of Energy John Harrington, 4/2/86 [4-86-1970]
Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberg’s press briefing, U.S. interception of Egyptian place 10/10/85 [10-85-0736]
Swearing in of James Miller [11-85-0974]
Greeting cards
Donald Regan and Patrick Buchanan, 3/9/86 [5-86-2156]
Secretary of State George Shultz, 3/15/85 [4-85-9651]
Tokyo Summit Foreign Ministers’ Meeting at Akasaka Palace, 5/5/86 [5-86-2197]
Donald Regan, Pat Buchanan, Dennis Thomas, and Al Kingon, 5/13/86 [6-86-2402]
Tokyo Summit, Baker and Shultz [5-86-2207]
Secretary Shultz briefing press at Economic Summit [5-8-2199]
Yitzak Rabin with Shultz and Weinberger [4-86-1973]
Attorney General Edwin Meese [7-86-2686]
Larry Speakes Press Briefing at the Santa Barbara Sheraton, 8/18/86 [9-86-2987]
Casper Weinberger and Japanese Defense Minister Yuko Karihara [10-86-3168]
Larry Speakes conducting daily press briefing, 10/5/86 [1086-3203]
Secretary of Commerce Malcolm Baldrige with genuine and counterfeit products [4-86-2043]
Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole [3-86-1664]
Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger at Pentagon Budget Briefing [2-86-1537]
C.I.A. Director William Casey [10-86-3239]
Secretary George Shultz briefing [10-86-3305]
Attorney General Edwin Meese, 10/22/86 [10-86-3322]
2009-200/10 [Restricted] Black Star Box 17:
Box 17 Selects
Robert Dole campaigning in New Hampshire, 2/17/88 [3-88-0806]
Jesse Jackson in Iowa, Jan. 1988 [1-88-0391]
Jesse Jackson campaigning before Super Tuesday, University of Houston, TX [3-88-0783]
Iowa Caucus 1988 [1-88-0389]
Oil field burning in Kuwait [3-91-6586]
Kuwait: before and after, 2/14/91 – 3/17/91 [3-91-6585C]
Kuwait liberation and aftermath, 2/28/91 – 3/6/91 [3-91-6585]
Iowa caucus, 6/25/84
Walter Mondale with Ted Kennedy in Minnesota [6-84-8119]
Jesse Jackson speaking at Washington D.C. statehood meeting, 1/23/90 [5-90-5403]
Jesse Jackson’s advisors Mark Steitz and Ann F. Lewis [4-88-1138]
President Bush using a computer [5-91-6648]
Walter Mondale on Iowa caucus night, 2/20/84 [2-84-7512]
Democratic debate in Dartmouth, New Hampshire [4-84-7753]
Walter Mondale with Senator Lloyd Bentsen in Minnesota, 6/23/84[6-84-8118]
Jesse Jackson’s arrival in Atlanta, 7/17/88 [7-88-1673]
Jesse Jackson reaction to Dukakis selection of Bentsen as VP candidate, 7/12/88 [8-88-1753]
Jesse Jackson at NAACP Convention in Washington D.C. [8-88-1778]
Rev. Jesse Jackson portraits [6-88-1334]
Jesse Jackson, 6/23/88 [7-88-1563]
Michael Dukakis and Sen. Lloyd Bentsen at NAACP convention [7-88-1631]
Greenhouse effect [5-89-3309]
Senator Al Gore and Tipper Gore, 3/15/88 [3-88-0909]
Al Gore and Jesse Jackson campaigning [4-88-1063]
Rev. Jesse Jackson in Springfield, Illinois [4-88-1137]
Gas station in Washington D.C. with Capitol dome in background [6-79-3908]
Gas shortage [6-73-2460]
Republican Convention press coverage [7-80-7556]
Democratic Debate - Atlanta, Georgia [3-84-7520]
Gasahol [7-79-4120]
Republican Convention [8-84-8412B]
1984 Republican Convention [8-84-8412]
1984 Democratic Convention [7-84-8292]
1984 Democratic Convention [7-84-8291]
Democratic Convention 1976 [7-76-8191]
1984 Democratic Convention [7-84-8278]
President Bush addressing troops in Saudi Arabia, Thanksgiving holiday [11-90-6258]
British Parliament leaders visit troops in Saudi Arabia [12-90-6273]
Gulf Crisis, Saudi Arabia [11-90-6265]
Gulf Crisis in Saudi Arabia, soldier eating on tank [12-90-6267]
Gulf Crisis in Saudi Arabia, boxes of mail [12-90-6271]
Saudi Arabia, U.S. Military [8-90-6104]
Iraq Crisis: Iraqi Embassy in Washington D.C., press conference by Mohamed Sadiq al-Mashat, 8/2/90 [8-90-5998]
Saudi gas station shrines, 2/11/91 [3-91-6525]
1980 Republication Convention [7-80-7487]
1976 Republican Convention [8-76-8376, 8-76-8376]
Brack [10-82-4134]
1980 Democratic Convention [8-80-7704]
Senator Robert Dole with President Reagan [12-87-0302]
NBC Republican/Democratic Debate [12-87-0203]
2010-161/2 [Restricted] Black Star Box 18
Box 18 Selects
Tandon Computers [7-86-2663]
Washington Mall – Durk. 04
Computer crime [2-82-2042]
Pentagon computer room [7-83-5795]
Pre-convention demonstrations [7-88-1674]
Computer room, General Electric, Rockville, MD [7-83-5863]
China 1984 (miscellaneous0 [5-84-7834]
Hostage story – hostages at West Point [2-81-9071]
Anti-US involvement in El Salvador in Washington, D.C., 3/27/82 [3-82-2533]
Unemployment office in Philadelphia, 1/82 [1-82-1880]
Pres. Reagan arriving in Oklahoma City, 10/24/86 [10-86-3293]
Pres. Reagan on TV – reports to the nation on his Iceland summit with Gorbachev, 10/13/86 [10-86-3298]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan at the dedication of the Carter Library [10-86-3299]
Washington, D.C. – government offices at 78 degrees [8-79-4343]
Pres. Reagan signs the tax reform bill on the South Lawn of the White House, 10/22/86 [10-86-3278]
Pres. Reagan in Missouri, 10/24/86 [10-86-3294]
Reagan with NY Giants at the White House [2-87-3991]
Pres. Reagan in Georgia and North Carolina, 10/8/86 [10-86-3244]
Sec. of Energy John Herrington [2-87-4045]
Pres. Reagan returning to the White House from Camp David, 10/23/86 [12-86-3519]
Pres. Reagan during a panel on welfare and head shots [2-87-4004]
Israeli Prime Minister Shamir with Reagan in Washington, D.C.
President Ronald Reagan in Wisconsin, 10/24/86 [10-86-3292]
Pres. Reagan signing Tribally Controlled Community Colleges Assistance Act [2-87-3925]
Pres. Reagan dinner at Library of Congress, 11/20/86 [1-87-3840]
Pres. Reagan with Jerry Falwell and Natan Sharansky [Anatoly Shcharansky] [3-87-4100]
Computer games [12-81-1705]
Pres. Reagan announcement of Adm. Poindexter resignation 11/25/1986 [12-86-3492]
Pres. Reagan (angry) – speaking to press outside the White House on his way to a helicopter to go to Camp David [10-86-3204]
Pres. Reagan arrives in California, 8/16/86 [9-86-81]
Opening of Carter Library – Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter with President and Nancy Reagan [10-86-3180]
Hostage memorial, Hermitage, Penn. [3-80-6526]
Funeral of soldiers killed in Iran rescue mission at Arlington National Cemetery [5-80-7110]
Drought in Illinois [9-83-6261]
Pres. Reagan in New York to address United Nations, 9/22/86 [10-86-3157]
Pres. Reagan and Prime Minister Shimon Peres of Israel at the White House [9-86-3038]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan leaving Bethesda Hospital, 8/12/86 [8-86-2927]
Hostage return: Michael Metrinko to Scranton, PA [2-81-9043]
Pres. Reagan campaigning for Republican candidates in Michigan and Nebraska, 9/24/86 [10-86-3205]
Richard Queen (former hostage in Iran) at State Dept. press conference [7-80-7553]
Pres. Reagan in Kansas, incl. Senate candidate Kit Bond, 9/29/86 [10-86-3225]
Pres. Reagan speaking at International Monetary Fund, 9/29/86 [10-86-3222]
Pres. Reagan in South Dakota, 9/29/86 [10-86-3226]
Ceremony for Iran hostages 200th day as captives [7-80-7405]
Iran hostage: planning the homecoming for hostage Michel Metrinko [8-80-7766]
Hostage family: the family of Victor Tomseth, McLean, Virginia [9-80-7974]
Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base waits to take Carter to Germany to meet Iranian hostages [2-81-9170]
Former hostages arrival at Andrews Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. and at White House [2-82-9108]
Iceland Summit [10-86-3208]
Eisenhower funeral [4-69-9131]
Eisenhower funeral, lying in state [3-69-9051]
Jackie Kennedy at Expo [10-67-3421]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan departure from White House for Camp David [6-85-0036]
Reagans depart White House for Camp David 6/7/85 [6-85-0038]
Reagan presents the Congressional Gold Medal to Elie Wiesel [4-85-9662]
Pres. Reagan with Benejedid of Algeria [5-85-9723]
Woman military aide to Pres. Reagan carries “the football” – black bag with national defense info [6-85-0032]
First Ladies’ Conference on Drug Abuse [4-85-9698]
Pres. Reagan with Sen. Robert Dole and Sen. Pete Demenici before Reagan departure from White House [5-85-9730]
Dwight Eisenhower [11-66-1270]
TWA flight #847 hostages returning to the US, 7/2/85 [7-85-0139]
Eisenhower funeral in Abilene, TX [5-69-9579]
Eisenhower [8-67-3096]
Pres. Reagan with the Summer Youth Employment Initiative in the Cabinet Room, group shot [5-85-9735]
Pres. Reagan going into the hospital, 7/12/85 [7-85-0146]
Nancy Reagan officiates at Boston Pops 100th Birthday Celebration [7-85-0144]
1985 Economic Summit in Bonn – includes Pres. Reagan [5-85-9768]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan with former hostage David Jacobsen at the White House, 11/7/86 [11-86-3405]
Pres. Reagan – Thanksgiving Day, 11/26/86 [12-86-3495]
President’s polyp surgery – doctors’ press conference [7-85-0133]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan depart the White House for Camp David, 2/20/87 [3-87-4223]
Pres. Reagan announcing Iceland Summit, 9/29/86 [10-86-3228]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan depart the White House for Camp David, 12/19/86 [1-87-3681]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan leaving helicopter on his way to Bethesda Naval Hospital, 1/4/87 [1-87-3696]
Pres. Reagan leaving for California, 11/26/86 [12-86-3494]
Pres. Reagan in South Dakota [11-86-3435]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan returning the White House after his prostate operation at Bethesda Naval Hospital, 1/8/87 [1-87-3742]
Pres. Reagan address the nation on the Iran-Contra affair, 3/4/87 [3-87-4211]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan departing L.A. for Washington, D.C. on election day, 11/4/86 [11-86-3408]
Pres. Reagan and Buthelezi of South Africa [12-86-3552]
Reagan at fund-raising for Senate candidate Ed Zschau [11-86-3379]
2010-161/3 [Restricted] Black Star Box 19:
Box 19 Selects
Washington, D.C. [11-82-4244]
Federal Reserve Board [10-82-4034]
Rep. Jack Kemp in his office in the Rayburn building of the Capitol [8-82-3698]
Sen. Jesse Helms on the East Portico of the Capitol [8-82-3687]
Japanese car being off-loaded on the docks in Seattle; Japanese goods being off-loaded from a container ship in Seattle [9-82-3896]
Interstate highways: trucks, trailers, general traffic on roads [10-82-3962]
New Hart Senate office building [8-82-3686]
Military aide carrying black briefcase with top secret info and codes in case of a nuclear emergency (called “the football”) [11-82-4157]
Mars antenna at jet propulsion lab outer space facilities near Barstow, CA [10-82-3960]
Voting in Youngstown, OH [11-82-4206]
Kennedy and Mondale together in Boston, 10/82 [10-82-4134]
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. [11-82-4245]
John Naisbitt, trend analyst [11-82-4276]
Sen. Robert Packwood, Rep. Tip O’Neill, Rep. Tony Coelho reacting to election returns 1982 [11-82-4349]
Suburban home [11-82-4368]
Video game parlor, California [12-82-4437]
Sen. Patrick Moynihan, Sen. John Heinz, Rep. Claude Pepper [12-82-4494]
Lane Kirkland in the lobby of ALF-CIO headquarter building in Washington, D.C. [9-82-3830]
Tattoos [12-82-4444]
Lobbyists [9-82-3778]
US Festival in California [9-82-3831]
Washington Monument takeover [12-82-4448]
Democratic Party 12/7/82 [12-82-4518]
Farm surrounded by suburban development [10-82-4051]
World Bank building in Washington, D.C. [6-82-3153]
Indira Gandhi [8-82-3526]
John Hinckley’s brain, CAT scan x-rays [8-82-3625]
William Bradford Reynolds, Dept. of Justice [6-82-3189]
Louis Rekeyser, “Wall Street Week,” public TV stations [6-82-3180]
Sen. Orrin Hatch [6-82-3192]
Michael Ullman, the White House [6-82-3191]
Richard Viguerie, publisher of “Conservative Digest” [8-82-3669]
Pres. Mohamed Hosni Mubarak of Egypt [2-82-2116]
E.R.A Amendment Rally [8-82-3521]
Gov. James Thompson of Illinois [4-82-2554]
American stock exchanges meeting [7-82-3288]
Democratic mid-term convention [6-82-3228]
New housing and construction, Maryland; houses for sale, Virginia [8-82-3626]
“The children’s Washington” [4-82-2583]
Rep. Thomas Foley; Sen. Robert Dole [4-82-2727]
Admiral Bobby Inman, Deputy Director of CIA [5-82-2964]
Senate Foreign Relations, European Affairs Subcommittee [3-82-2286]
Congressional leaders leaving the White House after meeting with President Reagan [7-82-3476]
Washington personalities: Ann Shana; Clarence Thomas, Dept. of Education [8-82-3555]
Sen. Paul Tsongas, Rep. Silvio Conte [8-82-3685]
Lobbyists, Washington, D.C. [8-82-3676]
Helmut Schmidt in US [1-82-1816]
Air Florida plane crash investigation and follow-up [1-82-1855]
Washington plane crash, Jan. 1982 [1-82-1873]
Air Florida crash investigation [2-82-2025]
Edward Gierek, Poland, incl. Pres. Gerald Ford and Kissinger [10-74-5109]
Evel Knievel canyon jump [9-74-4850]
Rev. Sun Myung Moon [10-74-5155]
Navy ADs
Bush 41 – Florida
Charles Colson, Watergate [9-74-4926]
Secretary of Treasury William Simon [10-74-5082]
Pres. Gerald Ford and Kissinger [10-74-5110]
Alan Greenspan, Chief Economic Advisor to Pres. Ford [10-74-5154]
Mormon Tabernacle Church, Salt Lake City, Utah [11-74-5263]
Coin manufacturers at the Philadelphia Mint [11-74-5264]
Nelson Rockefeller confirmation hearings, portraits [12-74-5381]
Sen. Robert Byrd at Rockefeller confirmation hearings of Senate [12-74-5315]
Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller in Seal Harbor, Maine [9-74-4855]
Secretary of Defense James Schlesinger [9-74-4912]
John Mitchell, leaving US District Court during Watergate trial [11-74-5204]
United Mine worker Arnold Miller [11-74-5198]
Julie N. Eisenhower [11-74-5202]
Economic Summit, Ford administration [11-74-5180]
Nelson Rockefeller, Senate confirmation hearings for Vice-Presidency [12-74-5316]
Sec. of Defense James Schlesinger [11-74-5206]
FB Box 1
FB Box 1 Selects
Revolutionary War [re-enactments]
Jody Powell, Hamilton Jordan
Judge Sirica
Prince Charles
Ronald Reagan
H.R. Haldeman
Les Aspin
Capitol restoration
Rumsfeld and Ford
Stevens – Supreme Court
Warner and Taylor
Kennedy Library opening
2010-161/5 [Restricted] Black Star Box 20:
Box 20 Selects
Sam Donaldson, media, photographers, crews
Paula Hawkins, space shuttle, Bush 43 in tux, Pennsylvania Ave.
Air Florida black box
Watergate, light bulb, Regan – 1980, Washington
New York Stock Exchange, 12/1974
Reagan years – Federal Reserve
Carter years
Dole campaign, 1996
Parades: Operation Desert Storm welcome home, Washington, D.C.
Senate hearings: Clarence Thomas
George Bush: State of the Union, 1991
Paris arch
Washington riots (black and white)
Pig, 4x5
Senate hearings: Clarence Thomas confirmation
Hillary Rodham Clinton, 1992
Desert Storm welcome home
Bill Clinton Inauguration, Jan. 20, 1993
Vancouver Summit, 1993
State of the Union, 1992
Poor People’s March, 1968
GM [General Motors] auto plant
Light bulb illustrations
Republican convention, 1996
George Wallace and Ted Kennedy in Alabama [7-73-2502]
Moscow Summit
US Capitol, 2000
Rockefeller swearing-in, Washington scenes
USS Nimitz returns to Norfolk, VA, May 26, 1980
Misc. duplicates from the 80s
Atlanta convention, 1988
Jimmy Carter, 1978
Anti-abortion demonstration, Washington, D.C. [1-79-3230]
Hostage return, West Point [1-81-8971]
Parade for former hostages in N.Y.C., 1/30/81 [2-81-9038]
Nuclear radiation action center at the Dept. of State [3-88-0939]
John Kerry, 1991
[Ross] Perot, 1992
Senate hearing: BCCI, 1991
Democratic convention, 1996
Election signs, 1992: Perot, Clinton-Gore
Grandfather and son, staged photos, 1992
Coal in railroad car
Reagan and Queen; Jesse Jackson; abortion rally; Shultz and Reagan, Iran scam
Election 1996: Sen. Simon, Bob Dole, Babbitt, Hart
Pope John in Philadelphia and New Orleans
Democratic convention, Atlanta
Martin Feldstein, Stockman
President Nixon
Senator John Tower, Tower Commission report
Cheney and Powell, press conference at the Pentagon
George [H.W.] Bush selects
Carter years
Philippines election, press conference at the Philippines Embassy, 2/25/86 [4-86-1921]
2010-161/7 [Restricted] Black Star Box 22:
Box 22 Selects
Jesse Jackson returns to Dulles Airport outside Washington, D.C., with Cuban political prisoners, 6/28/85 [7-84-8178]
Democratic Platform hearing, group shot [6-84-8150]
The Huntsmen [6-84-8135]
Press conference – NATO Sec. General Joseph Luns, 5/29/84 [6-84-8071]
1984 NATO meeting opening ceremony at Dept. of State [6-84-8021]
Unknown soldier arrival at Capitol and in rotunda [6-84-8010]
Fred Bergsten, economist [6-84-7991]
Gromyko addressing U.N. General Assembly [10-84-8630]
Apache attack helicopter [9-84-8516]
The American voter (collection of pictures of caucuses, voters at polls, convention delegates, etc.) [9-84-8549]
Press on telephones, covering Mondale campaign [9-84-8568]
Joggers – Washington, D.C. Memorial Bridge at noontime [10-84-8632]
“Common cold” study, Univ. of Virginia students [1-84-7049]
New Hampshire primary, voters at polss, 1984 [3-84-7296]
New Hampshire primary, Feb. 1984 [3-84-7295]
Rev. Jesse Jackson in New Hampshire [3-84-7292]
Sen. Gary Hart in New Hampshire, Feb. 1984 [3-84-7286]
George McGovern campaigning in Iowa, Feb. 1984 [3-84-7270]
Ted Koppel of ABC News [2-84-7218]
Sen. Robert Dole, Sen. Robert Byrd, Rep. Thomas P. “Tip” O’Neill, Rep. Thomas Foley, Sen. Howard Metzenbaum [1-84-7120]
Jack Valenti at home with his video tape player [2-84-7177]
US Capitol Buildind at night, night of Pres. Reagan’s State of the Union [1-84-7114]
New Hampshire primary campaign, Jan. 1984 [1-84-7093]
Martin Feldstein, Jan. 1984 [1-84-7090]
Rev. Jesse Jackson in New Hampshire, Jan. 1984 [1-84-7079]
J. Peter Grace at press conference [1-84-7021]
Washington metro [1-84-6903]
Sec. of Transportation Drew Lewis announcing the House decision on PATCO strikers [12-81-1658]
Paul Volker (Federal Reserve Chairman) [3-82-2343]
Murray Weidenbaum, Reagan’s Director of Office of Management and Budget [2-82-2044]
Ray Donovan, Sec. of Labor, 12/81 [12-81-1758]
David Stockhan, Donald Regan, and Murray Weidenbaum testifying before House Appropriation Committee, incl. Chairman Jamie Whitten [2-82-2115]
Vice President George Bush [2-82-2047]
Paul Volcker before House Finance Committee [2-82-2127]
David Stockhan before House Budget Committee [2-82-2161]
George [H.W.] Bush – silhouette (from 1980 Republican Convention) [2-82-2099]
Iowa primary Democratic candidates debate (Barbara Walters) [3-84-7299]
Richard Allen, 12/81 [12-81-1759]
Ronald and Nancy Reagan lightning Christmas tree [1-82-1790]
Nancy Reagan at Children’s Hospital [1-82-1791]
William Clark, National Security Advisor with Pres. Reagan [1-82-1798]
Ed Meese (headshot), Caspar Weinberger (headshot) [1-82-1894]
Larry Speakes, Deputy White House Press Secretary [12-81-1657]
Chris DeMuth, Reagan Economic Advisor [2-82-2045]
Jesse Jackson, press conference [1-84-6896]
Reagan inaugural [1-81-8930]
Presidential assistant Mike Deaver, incl. Secret Service agent Jerry Parr [10-81-11-78]
Sec. of State Alexander Haig with Japanese Foreign Minister [3-81-9535]
Sec. of Defense Caspar Weinberger testifying before a House Appropriations hearing at the Capitol [3-81-9538]
Sec. of State Alexander Haig before Senate Foreign Relations Committee [3-81-9551]
Daniel Ruge, personal physician to Pres. Reagan [4-81-9807]
Richard Allen, National Security Advisor to Pres. Reagan [6-81-0141]
Richard Allen, Reagan’s National Security Advisor [7-81-0483A]
Sec. of State Alexander Haig [8-81-0524]
Sec. of Treasury Donald Regan [8-81-0525]
Sec. of the Interior James Watt [8-811-0530]
William Casey, CIA Director, on Capitol Hill [8-81-0558]
Sec. of Defense Caspar Weinberger [10-81-1003]
Sec. of Defense Weinberger at a press conference where he released a study detailing Soviet military power [10-81-1098]
Haig in Cairo with Pres. Mubarak and others [11-81-1367]
Washington, D.C. – cherry blossoms, Taft Memorial, Jefferson Memorial [4-84-7700]
Chairman Nunzio Palladino of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission [4-84-7664]
Thomas Dine, Executive Director, American-Israel Public Affairs Council [4-84-7649]
Ex. Senator George McGovern withdraws from Democratic Presidential campaign [3-84-7630]
Oliver Henkel, Gary Hart’s campaign director [3-84-7605]
Ambassador McGee at his home in Georgetown [3-84-7599]
Sen. John Glenn withdrawing from Democratic presidential campaign [3-84-7594]
Sen. Gary Hart in New Hampshire [3-84-7580]
Blacks voting in Alabama, March 1984 [3-84-7564]
Sen. Gary Hart campaigning in the South (Alabama and Georgia), March 1984 [3-84-7563]
Sen. Gary Hart on “Super Tuesday” night in Washington, D.C. – victory party [3-84-7562]
Jesse Jackson, incl. Arnold Pinkney, Preston Love [2-84-7492]
Pope John Paul II in Korea [6-84-7945]
Peter Ueberroth of L.A. Olympic Committee meeting press outside the White House [5-84-7905]
Rep. Robert Michel talking to press, 5/15/84 [5-84-7904]
Pope John Paul II in Korea, May 1984 [5-84-7885]
Henry Kissinger and Richard Nixon, May 1984 [5-84-7856]
Dr. Robert Gallo, AIDS research [4-84-7728]
McCutchin party for Republicans in Dallas [9-84-86]
Peter Ueberroth – Pres. of L.A. Olympic Committee, press conference in Washington, D.C. [7-84-8476]
Sen. Mark Hatfield campaigning in Portland, Oregon [8-84-8405]
Judy Woodruff [2-84-7458]
Voters on Tuesday, 4/3/84, New York primary [4-84-7436]
Gary Hart campaigning in New York [4-84-7435]
Clara Peller – “Where’s the beef?” lady – at a Wendy’s in downtown Washington, D.C. [4-84-7432]
Sen. Gary Hart jogging in Central Park [4-84-7416]
Sen. Gary Hart in New York [4-84-7415]
Gen. John Vessey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff [3-84-7366]
Chancellor Helmut Kohl, Germany [3-84-7365]
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico [3-84-7364]
Judge Harold Greene at home, 5/16/84 [5-84-7909]
2010-161/8 [Restricted] Black Star Box 21:
Box 21 Selects
Leon Jaworski and House of Rep. committee investigating Korean scandal [9-77-0456]
Gen. Alfredo Stroessner of Paraguay, arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, 9/6/77 and Gen. Fransico Morales Bermúdez of Peru [977-0466]
Hamilton Jordan, Asst. to Pres. Carter, and Jack Watson, White House Chief of Staff [3-77-9425]
Richard Viguerie, “Stop the Panama Canal Giveaway Movement” [10-77-0754]
Pres. Augusto Pinochet in USA for Panama agreement [9-77-0506]
Panama Canal treaty: outside Pan-American Union at signing [9-77-0454]
Arrivals of Latin American dignitaries for signing of Panama Treaty (Andrews AFB) [10-77-0550]
Washington, D.C.: White House and Pres. Carter’s helicopter departing Washington for Easter vacation, April, 1977 [4-77-9646]
White House Easter Egg Roll, 4/11/77 [4-77-9653]
George Meany [4-77-9657]
Washington, D.C.: refurbishing the Capitol Building [4-77-9608]
CIA Director Stansfield Turner [5-77-9805]
John Snow, Dept. of Transportation, “Deregulation study,” 2/77 [4-77-9695]
Governors after meeting with President Carter [4-77-9670]
Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau [2-77-9328]
Blumenthal, Secretary of Treasury [1-77-9099]
Abortion: Congressman Daniel Flood, Congressman Henry Hyde, Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick, Congressman George Miller [12-77-0963]
Misc. samples [4-77-9620]
Prince Charles in USA [10-77-0650]
Panama Treaty: luncheon for heroes of state at Kennedy Center [9-77-0453]
Farmers’ protest in Washington, D.C. [12-77-1000]
Georgetown [8-77-0229]
London, England: 10 Downing Street and Big Ben [5-77-9845]
Pleasure (scenes of various leisure activities) [6-77-0020]
Chancellor Helmut Schmidt – Germany [8-77-0366]
Skateboarding [6-77-0021]
Carter Brown [3-77-9413]
Israel army [3-77-9430]
Chip Carter and son (Jimmy Carter’s son and grandson) [3-77-9444]
“Annie” – new musical comedy [3-77-9536]
Energy Chief James Schlesinger [3-77-9538]
Lesley Stahl (CBS reporter) [4-77-9554]
West Virginia [4-77-9556]
Anwar Sadat, visit to US and departure [4-77-9597]
Barbara Jordan, Ray Kline, Thomas Hughes [2-77-9278]
Sec. of Defense Harold Brown and Gen. George S. Brown [5-77-9837]
Labor leaders leaving the White House, incl. I.W. Abel and George Meany, 3/77 [4/77/9606]
Washington siege by Hanafi Muslims [3-77-9414]
Andrew Young, US representative to the U.N. [1-77-9097]
Sen. Byrd plays the fiddle [3-77-9371]
Swine flu [2-77-9320]
Andrew Young [7-77-0066]
Press Secretary Jody Powell briefing press about Korea situation [7-77-0131]
Helmut Schmidt in Washington with Carter [7-77-0132]
National Gallery shooting [3-77-9413]
Ray Marshall, Secretary of Labor [1-77-9093]
Sen. Russell B. Long and Sec. of Treasury Michael Blumenthal [1-77-9094]
Opening of Congress, January 1977 [2-77-9224]
Paul Simon, Jean Stapleton [2-77-9276]
Zbigniew Brzezinski [3-77-9360]
Illustrations on coffee [3-77-9410]
Tennis: Washington, D.C. 1977 tennis tournament of charities [6-77-9921]
Summit – London, May 1977 [5-77-9814]
2010-161/9 [Restricted] Black Star Box 23:
Sen. John Glenn in Mississippi Aug. 1983 [8-83-5998]
Drug Enforcement Task Force [2-83-4786]
Doris Foster on death row in Maryland [2-83-4808]
Sen. Mark Hatfield, Sen. John Stennis [2-83-4939]
St. John’s College [1-83-4691]
Anne Gorsuch, EPA Administrator, press conf. on Superfund 12/20/82 [1-83-4664]
Wolf Trap [2-83-4954]
Former Treasury Secretaries having press conference on a balanced budget 1/19/83 [2-83-4783]
John R. Reilly, senior Mondale advisor [9-84-8567]
Reporters and photographers on the campaign trail [7-84-8253]
Demo. on the capitol steps on the Korean Air Lines massacre [9-83-6258]
March on Washington, 8/27/1983 [8-83-6116]
Sen. John Glenn in New Hampshire and Maine [8-83-6059]
Paul Volcker, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C. [8-83-6031]
US Capitol bldg. at night [8-83-6056]
Candle light prayer vigil for freedom in El Salvador, 7/26/83 [8-83-6001]
Rep. Jack Brooks, 7/26/83 [8-83-5962]
Sen. John Tower, 6/29/83 [7-83-5914]
Republican Women’s Rally for Ronald Reagan, 7/17/83 [7-83-5913]
Oliver “Pudge” Henkel [7-84-8301]
Queen Elizabeth’s visit to California [3-83-4983
Queen Elizabeth in Mexico [3-83-4974]
Russian Embassy in the US in Washington DC with big antennas, 1/13/8 [2-83-4869]
Sen. John Glenn at the controls of airplane, 2/83 [2-83-4854]
Senators after the State of the Union Speech [2-83-4823]
Sen. Pete Domenici along with Rep. Jim Jones [2-83-4819]
Washington Redskins-Dallas Cowboys playoff games [2-83-4817]
Sen. Howard Baker-Heads, Sen. John Tower at microphone [2-83-4810]
P.M. Yasuhiro Nakasone of Japan in Washington, D.C., 1/17/83 [2-83-4782]
P.M. Yasuhiro Nakasone of Japan [1-83-4723]
Sen. and Mrs. Dole in her office in the White House [1-83-4701]
Hart Senate office bldg. [1-83-469]
Sen. Pete Wilson (California) at his reception in (Dirksen?) office bldg. after his swearing in [1-83-4672]
Iowa Caucus Election, 2/20/84 [2-84-7513]
At Ed Meese Confirmation hearing, includes Sen. Ted Kennedy, Sen. Charles Mathias, Sen. Paul Laxalt, Sen. Arlen Specter, 3/2/84 [3-84-7583]
Alejandro Orfila Sec. Gov. Organization of American States [6-83-5608]
Washington D.C. Zoo-Panda (Hsing Hsing and Ling Ling) [5-83-5501]
Young couple looking at used cars in Sabina, OH; New housing construction in Warren, OH; Closed steel plants in Pittsburg, PA (Jones and Lauglin Steel Plant) [4-83-5357]
Chancellor Helmut Kohl with Hans Dietrich Genscher, Washington, D.C., 4/15/83 [4-83-5353]
Queen Elizabeth in Santa Barbara and L.A. Feb. 28/29 [3-83-5039]
Queen Elizabeth in Seattle [3-83-5038]
Queen Elizabeth in Mexico [3-83-5035]
Queen Elizabeth in San Francisco, demonstration and dinner [3-83-5034]
Queen Elizabeth in California, L.A. and Sacramento [3-83-5018]
Queen Elizabeth in Yosemite [5-83-5033]
Elie Salem, Lebanon Foreign Affairs Minister 6/8/83 [7-83-5904]
US exports to foreign countries, Port of Baltimore, MD [7-83-5897]
Rep. Peter Rodino, 6/24/83 [7-83-5800]
Langhorne Motley confirmation hearings, 6/28/83 [7-83-5790]
Richard Stone, includes Max Kampelman [7-83-5801]
Neil Armstrong: Color internegatives [7-83-5786]
Sen. Orin Hatch, 6/28/83 [7-83-5762]
Sen. John Glenn, 6/29/83 [7-83 5740]
Sen. Alan Cranston in “ Cranston ’84” red t-shirt and jogging [6-83-5710]
Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. [6-83-5700]
Neil Armstrong [6-83-5699]
Larry King [6-83-5690]
Preston Martin, Vice-Chairman of the Federal Reserve [6-83-5680]
House Government Operations Committee [10-83-6463]
Sen. Edward Kennedy with Jerry Falwell at Liberty College [10-83-6428]
Reagan speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference ‘81 [4-81-9571]
Pres. Reagan-recent portraits and meeting with the National Board of Realtors [4-81-9614]
Reagan - heads [4-81-9674]
Nancy Reagan at the White House Easter egg roll [4-81-9754]
Pres. Reagan [4-81-9801]
Pres. Reagan departing White House for Camp David [4-81-9832]
Pres. Reagan’s economic speech to Congress-Tues, 4/28/81 [4-81-9843]
Ronald Reagan (heads) [5-81-9987]
Mrs. Reagan and Mrs. Portillo [5-81-9998]
Pres. Reagan at West Point [5-81-0037]
Nancy Reagan with Lady Bird Johnson [6-81-0099]
Pres. and Mrs. Reagan with Frank Sinatra [6-81-0113]
Pres. Reagan honoring astronauts Young and Crippen [5-81-0018]
Prime Minister Helmut Schmidt in Washington, D.C., May 1981 (and w/Reagan) [6-81-0135]
Hiroshima and Nagasaki Retrospective (F-5312)
Pres. Reagan with Claude Cheysson, French Foreign Minister (also V.P. George Bush) [6-81-0148]
Nancy Reagan on White House balcony [6-81-0213]
Pres. Reagan and Vice Pres. Bush together [5-81-0017]
Pres. Reagan and Pres. Lopez Portillo of Mexico in Washington [6-81-0221]
Pres. Reagan at a reception for athletes in the East Room of the White House [6-81-0328]
Pres. Reagan meeting with special ambassador Philip Habib [7-81-0393]
Pres. Reagan at podium with presidential seal, Larry Speakes - Deputy White House Press Secretary, Att. Gen. William French Smith [7-81-0420]
Canadian Summit [7-81-0487]
Pres. Reagan with economic advisors [7-81-0490]
The Imperial Presidency [7-81-0516]
Pres. Reagan Tax Speech - Mon. July 27, 1981 [8-81-0539]
Anwar Sadat alone with Pres. Reagan [8-81-0604?]
Helmut Schmidt in D.C., May ’81 [10-81-1062]
“Solidarity Day” Labor Party in Wash, D.C. - Sat. 9/19/81 [10-81-0990]
Mrs. Sadat and Mrs. Reagan at Decatur House, D.C. [9-81-0883]
Reagans depart for California [9-81-0886]
US Capitol Bldg - mood shots with clouds [12-83-6827]
Jesse Jackson campaigning in Philadelphia, 12/14/83 [12-83-6823]
2010-161/10 [Restricted]
Memorial service for Pres. JFK in Washington [12-83-6815]
Washington D.C. [12-83-6812]
New concrete barriers at the gate of the White House (near old exec. Office bldg) [12-83-6791]
Christmas shopping at Sears [12-83-6737]
Waste Treatment Plant-DuPont (11-83-6654)
Reagan in Canada [5-81-9532]
Pres. Ford carrying Vietnam orphans off plane [4-75-5936]
Vietnam orphans in San Francisco’s Presidio Army Base before joining their new US families [4-75-5938]
Vietnam orphans with their new family [4-75-5939]
Gov. Gerry Brown of California [4-75-5964]
Pill-medical illustration [5-75-6077]
Sec. of Defense James Schlesinger [5-75-6081]
Judge Gerhard Gesell [5-75-6078]
The Shah of Iran visits the White House [5-75-6139]
Church [5-75-6143]
Old age couples [5-75-6162]
Panama Canal Treaty [3-78-1555]
Begin at Washington Press Club [3-78-1607]
Sec. State Cyrus Vance [4-78-1747]
2011-089/1 Black Star Box 24:
Box 24 Selects
Emperor Hirohito’s Funeral, 2/1989
Reagan endorses George Bush, 5/11/88 [5-88-1245]
Opening of Richard Nixon Library, 1990 [F-3756]
Democratic Convention, 1992 [F-4663]
George Bush on election night, 11/3/1992 [F-4781]
Donald Regan [F-3206]
White House reacts to the military coup in Moscow, 8/20/91 [F-4170]
1991 contest – originals, Gulf War
Contest pictures, 1982
The photographic collection at the Smithsonian Institute warehouse, 01/02 [F-6435-CD]
Judge Clarence Thomas senate hearing, 10/91
Kuwait, 03/91 [F-4327A]
Economic summit, England, 1991 [F-4140]
Clarence Thomas hearing, 1991
Summit, Washington D.C., Gorbachev and Bush, 5/1990
Liberation of Kuwait, [3-91-6585]
Democratic convention, 7/92 [F-4665]
Bush campaign, Houston, final rally, 11/88 [F-3303]
Cronkite and Rather at Democratic convention, Atlanta, GA for Time magazine, 7/88
Bush and Quayle in Indiana [9-88-2080]
Moscow summit, [6-88-1351] [6-88-1347]
Clinton visit aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt [F-4899]
The ordeal of Felix Bloch [8-89-3958]
David Souter, Supreme Court nominee [7-90-5910]
Elvis stamp [F-4837]
Contest 1997
Bush and Atwater singing blues, 01/1989 [1-89-2701]
Presidential debate, 1992 [F-4751]
Oliver North campaigning [F-5115]
Studying common cold, 1984 [F-2461]
Clintons visit Washington, 11/92 [F-4792]
Democratic convention, first day, 1992 [F-4651]
Bush campaigning, 08/92 [F-4735]
Cardboard cutout of president [8-89-3970]
Gulf War press briefing, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia [2-91-6435]
US Troops in Saudi Arabia
US Troops in Saudi Arabia [8-90-6104]
Gulf Crisis, USS SaratogaSe, 1990
Gulf War, Saudi Arabia [8-90-6104]
US Troops in Saudi Arabia, Coca Cola, 9/3/90 [9-90-6124]
Sadat and Reagan state dinner, 1981 [F-1990]
Contest entries, 1995
Campaign, Bush and Clinton neighbors [F-4769]
Queen Elizabeth II in Congress, 1991
US Navy Middle East task force, Persian Gulf, 2/88 [F-3344]
NOW march, Washington D.C., 4/5/92 [F-4449]
Nixon resignation originals [8-74-4733]
Gulf War, 1991 [5-91-6656]
Gulf War, used in Time book
Welcome home, Desert Storm, Washington D.C., 06/91 [F-4107]
Bush’s Thanksgiving in Saudi Arabia [F-3852]
Saudi Arabia, selects other than F-set
Ferry boats
Gulf War selects
Gulf crisis, Saudi Arabia
Gulf War, medical base America [F-3993]
Gulf War selects, 1990 – 1991
Black Star Box 25:
Box 25 Selects
Buster Douglas [3-90-5106]
Military budget hearing [2-90-4914]
“The Great American Workout” [5-90-5387]
Dan Quayle, head shots [5-90-5393]
Jesse Jackson and Mayor Marion Barry, Washington D. C., 10/89 [2-90-4916]
Testimonial – President’s Council of Economic Advisors for New York Times “Week in Review” [2-90-4937]
Air and Space Museum, Washington D. C., [2-90-4653]
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in Washington, D.C., after meeting with President Bush, 11/89 [2-90-5044]
Lee Iacocca, portraits, Chrysler cars, 1990 [3-90-5060]
Secretary of Defense, Richard Cheney and Deputy Secretary of Defense, Donald Atwood [3-90-5105]
1990 Census, 03/90 [3-90-5168]
Paul Garber [4-90-5190]
John Sununu, White House chief of staff [4-90-5336]
Surgeon General Antonia Novello [5-90-5368]
Reza Pahlavi, son of the Shah of Iran, speaking in Washington, D.C. [5-90-5369]
President George Bush with President Endara of Panama [5-90-5370]
Jesse Jackson, Marion Barry and Walter Fauntroy, representative of Washington D. C., [5-90-5371]
Second Vacation Homes assignment for Money magazine
Edward Bennet Williams, 1981
A children’s tour of Washington D.C.
2011-004/1 Black Star Box 26:
Black Star Box 26 Selects
Hijacking TWA 847; Robert Stethem’s funeral, Arlington Cemetery, Thursday 6/20/85 [6-85-0040]
Radio Marti, USIA radio station to Cuba for Time [6-85-0004]
House and Senate leadership [10-85-0733]
Dirty Rock hearing for Time [9-85-0602]
Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in Washington [6-85-0059]
Bald Eagle for Du Pont [9-85-0459]
E.F. Hutton officers testifying before House Judiciary Committee hearings for Fortune [7-85-0175]
White House state dinner for Time [10-85-0744]
Sanctuary Movement – All Souls Unitarian Church in Washington, D. C. for Time [10-85-0853]
Vietnam Memorial Wall – close ups of names [6-85-9970]
Carla Hills, U. S. Trade representative [6-89-3612]
Marilyn Quayle, 6/89 [6-89-3656]
James Watkins, Director Department of Energy and William Reilly, Director of E.P.A. at Presidential Press Conference on Environment Policy, 6/12/89 [6-89-3657]
Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan, testifying before Senate Banking committee, 6/17/89 [6-89-3670]
“Congress at Work” – House and Senate conference on the budget [8-85-0331]
Russian Embassy in Washington, D.C. showing antennas on the roof, for Time [8-85-0278]
Larry King for Time [8-85-0271]
Representative Time Wirth [7-85-0179]
Washington, D.C., 4th of July fireworks 1985, for Time [7-85-0156]
William Colby at home in northeast Washington, for Time, 6/27/85 [7-85-0120]
Richard Helms in Washington office, for Time [7-85-0119]
Beach Boys concert on mall, Washington D.C., 07/4/1985, for Time [7-85-0110]
Security in Washington, D.C. [6-85-0066]
Chuck Yeager, pilot, for Time [10-85-0732]
Clayton Yeutter, U.S. Trade Representative, for Time 9/18/85 [10-85-0690]
Eric Block, National Science Foundation, for High Technology [10-85-0650]
River illustration and cattle drive [9-85-0584]
Yellowstone National Park [9-85-0583]
Washington, D.C. demonstration to commemorate bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 8/4/85 [8-85-0366]
Paul Kirk, chairman, Democratic National Committee [11-85-0975]
President Duarte and daughter, Inez, outside White House after meeting with President Reagan for Time, 10/31/85 [11-85-0851]
Joseph H. Sherick, Inspector General for Time, 10/16/85 [10-85-0816]
Lee Iacocca at Statue of Liberty fundraiser, for Time, [10-85-0813]
Douglas Castle, for her E.P.A. administrator, for Time, 10/2/85 [10-85-0810]
Security at U.S. State Department, for Time, 10/2/85 [10-85-0793]
Navy Sec. John F. Lehman, Jr. rowing for Cambridge in a race on the Potomac River against Oxford, for Time, 10/31/85 [10-85-0771]
William McGowan, for Nations Business, [10-85-0768]
State Department, press conference on Soviet strategic defense systems, for Time, 10/4/85 [10-85-0757]
Black Star Box 27:
Black Star Box 27 Selects
Frank Lautenberg [1-90-4787]
Louis Sullivan [1-90-4801]
Operation Just Cause briefing [1-90-4824]
Alan Greenspan [1-90-4834]
Senate Hearing on Lincoln Federal Savings & Loan Assn [1-90-4845]
Federal Reserve Board; Chairman Alan Greenspan, 11/89 [1-90-4847]
Marion Barry at U.S. court, 1/19/90 [1-90-4858]
House Committee, 1990 Budget Hearing, 1/90, [2-90-4890]
William Reilly, Head of EPA [2-90-5017]
Alan Greenspan [2-90-5034]
George Washington birthday, black marching [2-90-5035]
William Bennett, drug czar, testifying before Senate Judiciary Committee on drug program 8/7/88 [10-89-4172]
Nicholas Brady, Secretary of the Treasury [10-89-4283]
Secretary of Defense Richard Cheney and Gen Yazov at the Pentagon, for Time, 10/2/89 [11-89-4374]
War on Drugs – drug czar William Bennett, Atty Gen. Richard Thornburg, Richard Darman, testifying before House Committee [11-89-4403]
General Brent Scowcroft, National Security Advisor to President Bush 11/89 [11-89-4428]
Governor John Sununu, Chief of Staff Bush Administration 11/89 [11-89-4429]
Vice President Dan Quayle, for Time [12-89-4624]
Marlin Fitzwater 11/27/89, for Time [12-89-4657]
James Baker briefing press on situation in Panama [12-89-4694]
Miss Olympia Congress, International Federation of Bodybuilders [12-85-1052]
Prince Charles and Princess Di at V.C. Penney [11-85-1024]
Prince Charles and Princess Diana in U.S. for Burda [11-85-1008]
Dr. Arnond Hanner [11-85-1005]
Prince Charles and Laoy Di in Palm Beach, Florida for Burda [11-85-1001]
Guests arriving at the State dinner for Lady Diana and Prince Charles [11-85-0950]
Released hostage Robert Polhill with President Bush [5-90-5378]
President Bush with Carlos Perez of Venezuela [5-90-5379]
Robert Polhill arriving at address Air Force base [5-90-5380]
Voting in Prince Edward County, Virginia, 11/8/89, for Time [2-90-4938]
Carol Thompson [2-90-4946]
Senator George Mitchell, Majority Leader and Speaker of the House, Thomas Foley, 11/89 [2-90-4998]
Richard Darman, Office of Mgt and Budget, testifying before Senate Comm, for Time [10-89-4311]
Ambassador Paul Nitze, Dept of State, for Time [12-85-1211]
Marine Military maneuvers, for Time [12-85-1209]
Jack Matlock, National Security Council, for Time [12-85-1208]
Noel Koch, principle Dep. Ass’t to Secretary of Defense 12/5/85, for Time [12-85-1166]
AFA Convention [12-85-1116]
Dr. Rosenberg [12-85-1100]
Washington, D.C., executive office building [12-85-1059]
Washington, D.C., Jefferson Memorial [12-85-1057]
Washington, D.C., Capitol Building [12-85-1056]
Washington, D.C., Washington Monument [12-85-1055]
Washington, D.C. [12-85-1054]
Washington, D.C., Supreme Court building [12-85-1052]
Portfolio – Originals, Editorial II
Portfolio – Originals I
Bush, 1989
Terry Waite, negotiator in Lebanon for U.S. Hostages, 11/27/85 [12-85-1212]
Gulf War, Colin Powell
Gulf War
Politicians address the issue of Homeland Security
Acupuncture, 12/2001
Cleaning the Capitol dome, 7/88
General Colin Powell, Chief of Staff, testifying before Senate Armed Services committee, 9/20/87 [10-89-4145]
Fortune [12-88-2449]
2011-089/2 Black Star Box 28:
Box 28 selects
Senator Dan Quayle campaign for Time, 9/14 [10-88-2155]
Senator Dan Quayle campaign for Time, 9/12 and 9/13/88 [9-88-2126]
William Bennett drug director at press conference on War on Drugs in Washington, D. C., 4/10/89 [4-89-3120]
Vice President Dan Quayle, 04/89 [4-89-3164]
Vice President Day Quayle, press conference with Senator Lugar and Representative Dan Coats [12-88-2579]
Vice President Dan Quayle gets box of Virginia apples from Senator Byrd [2-89-2823]
Richard Darman [3-89-2997]
Jack Kemp, secretary of H.U.D. [3-89-3011]
Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney with President George Bush for Time magazine, 3/10/89 [3-89-3022]
Swearing in ceremony of Richard Cheney, Secretary of Defense [3-89-3029]
Michael Boskin, chairman, Council of Economic Advisors [4-89-3106]
Senator Dan Quayle campaign, Arizona, 9/21/88 for Time magazine [10-88-2159]
Senator Dan Quayle campaign, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas for Time magazine, 9/15 and 9/16/88 [10-88-2158]
Senator Dan Quayle campaign, Oklahoma, 9/15/88 for Time magazine [10-88-2161]
Senator Dan Quayle campaign, Wyoming, Idaho, Tennessee, 9/19 and 19/20/88 for Time magazine [10-88-2162]
Senator Dan Quayle campaign, Idaho and Nevada for Time magazine, 9/20 and 9/21/88 [10-88-2156]
Jack Kemp, visiting housing project [5-89-3384]
Secretary of State James Baker for Days Japan International Photojournalism Awards [6-89-3582]
James Baker, secretary of state; Chief of Staff Sununu Scowcroft [4-89-3187]
Secretary of State James Baker and Foreign Minister Sousuke Uno of Japan in Washington D. C., 2/89 [4-89-3257]
William Bennet, drug czar with Gene Upshaw, NFL players association, David Stern, NBA commissioner, and Bartlett Giametti, baseball commissioner [6-89-3594]
Nicholas Brady, secretary of the treasury, speaking to the N.A.M. annual meeting, 3/27/89 [4-89-3108]
Secretary of Defense, Richard Cheney, 3/30/89 [4-89-3119]
Robert Kennedy memorial, 20th Anniversary, 06/06/88 [6-88-1369]
Senator Dan Quayle talking to press before republican convention for Time [9-88-2054]
Pope in Miami, 9/10 [9-87-9546]
Pope John Paul II, in San Francisco and Monterey, 9/17/87 for Time magazine [9-87-9622]
Pope John Paul II, in San Antonio, Texas, 9/13/87 for Time magazine [9-87-9621]
Pope John Paul II, in Phoenix, Arizona, 9/14/87 for Time magazine [9-87-9623]
Pope John Paul II, in Los Angeles, 9/16/87 for Time magazine [9-87-9624]
Pope John Paul II, in New Orleans, 9/11/87 for Time magazine [9-87-9625]
Pope John Paul II, in Detroit, 9/19/87 [9-87-9681]
Pope John Paul II, in San Francisco, 9/18/87 for Time magazine [9-87-9685]
Pope John Paul II visit to Miami, Florida, 9/11/87 for Time magazine [9-87-9541]
Black Star Box 29:
Box 29 selects
President George Bush with Little League World Series winners, 10/13/89 [11-89-4405]
President and Mrs. Bush at “Don’t Do Drugs” pep rally, 10/30/89 [11-89-4420]
Cindy and Dennis in CA and Cabo
Cuba, 1989
President George Bush with Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir for Time magazine, 11/89 [12-89-4622]
President George Bush at presentation of Reagan portraits for Time magazine, 11/89 [12-89-4623]
Bush at NATO, 12/89 [12-89-4717]
Mrs. Barbara Bush and 1989 Christmas tree for Time magazine, 11/27/89 [12-89-4719]
President George Bush with Sibghatullah, Afghan Interim government for Time magazine, 11/27/89 [12-89-4721]
[President Bush] [4-90-5248]
President Bush at Chanukah ceremony with Vice President Quayle, 12/89 [1-90-4753]
President Bush and war on drugs [10-89-4180]
President George Bush returns to White House on helicopter for Time magazine, 10/11/89 [10-89-4289]
Saudi Arabia, U. S. tanks military [9-90-6021]
Kuwait demonstration in front of White House, 8/5/90 [8-90-6000]
Hostages come home, Iraq crisis [12-90-6228]
Iraq crisis, Saudi Arabia, U.S. Troops in Desert Air Field [9-90-6124]
Saudi Arabia [9-90-6154]
Emir of Kuwait, arrives in Washington, 9/28/90 for Time magazine [10-90-6181]
Iraq crisis, U.S. Senators visiting [8-90-6104]
Iraq crisis, Saudi Arabia, Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, 8/31/90 for Time magazine [9-90-6114]
President George Bush [11-89-4468]
Winter, 1977, coping with the cold, Ohio, for Time magazine [2-77-9327]
Briefing on Panama at Pentagon, 12/89 [1-90-4760]
Heat wave, Washington, D. C., 07/77 for Time magazine [7-77-0164]
Mondale, head shots and hecklers [9-84-8560]
The Mondale’s with Humphrey, Widow, Muriel and her husband, Max Brown for Time magazine at a reception honoring Humphrey [9-84-8566]
Representative Geraldine Ferraro and John Zaccaro after Bush debate, 10/11/84 [10-84-8670]
Mondale, heads at San Jose State University [9-84-8475]
Mondale’s megaphone, campaign 1984, [9-84-8491]
Saudi Arabia, U.S. military, for Time magazine [8-90-6104A]
Democrats campaigning in Iowa, 2/85 for Time magazine [3-84-7268]
Democratic candidates debate in Dartmouth, NH for Time magazine [1-84-7076]
Mondale with campaign workers at his HQs in Washington, D. C.; outside of ABC news bureau for Time [10-84-8672]
Hart, Mondale and Jackson, joint debate appearance on WNBC, 4/1/84 [4-84-7417]
New Hampshire primary, 2/84 for Time magazine [3-84-7298]
Lech Walesa, receives “Medal of Freedom” from President Bush, 11/13/89 [11-89-4444]
President George Bush, 11/89 [12-89-4667]
President George Bush with Thanksgiving turkey, 11/17/89 [11-89-4467]
President George Bush signs minimum wage bill, 11/17/89 [11-89-4466]
President Bush on drug program, 2nd announcement, 1/90 [2-90-4880]
Mondale and Ferraro parade and rally in Merrill, Wisconsin [9-84-8473]
Walter and Joan Mondale together in Minnesota, 6/23/84 [6-84-8120]
W. Mondale on election night in Philadelphia, for Maclean’s [5-84-7792]
Representatives Geraldine Ferraro at democratic platform hearings [6-84-8093]
Walter Mondale with Mayor Diane Feinstein in Minnesota, 6/23/84 [6-84-8117]
Arthur Burns [4-70-2135]
Mondale and Ferraro Labor Day parade in New York, for Nations Business [9-84-8472]
George Bush, 1/90 [1-90-4839]
Malta summit, 12/89, for Time [1-90-4778]
President Bush, Secretary Baker and USSR foreign minister Eduard Shevardnaze at the White House, 9/21/89 [9-89-4128]
President Bush and William Bennett [9-89-4105]
Mrs. Bush accepts White House Christmas tree, 12/89 [12-89-4558]
Walter Mondale alone in informal clothes in Minnesota [6-84-8121]
Mondale and Ferraro in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for Nations Business [9-84-8468]
Mondale in Lansing, Michigan, 9/14/84, for Time [9-84-8521]
Walter Mondale campaign, 9/14/84, for Time magazine [9-84-8512]
2011-356/1 Black Star Box 30:
Box 30 selects
Dupes for synd. cat.
Bush 41, Oliver North, Bobbitt, Reno, syndicated dupes
Bush 43, Convention & inauguration dupes 1989
Royal Wedding dupes
Clinton/Mandela dupes, 1986
Reagan dupes, 1982
Nixon, Reagan dupes and originals
Bush 43, Cabinet syndication dupes, 2001
D-Day from National Archives, 50th Anniversary, 1994
Nixon retrospective
Clinton, Bush, Castro, Hart (?), Reagan dupes for syndication
Clinton, Bush 41, Quayle dupes for syndication
Deng Xiaoping, 1979
Bill and Hillary Clinton dupes
Inauguration 1989 [1-89-2685], Kennedys dupes
Clinton, Bill Gates, Senator John Glenn dupes
AIDS quilt, Clinton dupes
Dennis Brack, 1991
Al Gore dupes
Convention 2000, Clinton, Buchanan syndication dupes
Billy Graham, Reagan, James Baker syndication dupes
Democratic Convention, 2000, Kennedy, Bob Dole
Reagan-Bush 41, Colin Powell, Quayle, Jesse Jackson
Clinton 1st inauguration, syndication dupes, 1997
Governor’s Island, Statue of Liberty, Reagan, Clinton convention, papal visit 1987 syndication dupes
Castro, Pope, Reagan, Sinatra, Clinton syndication dupes
Colin Powell
Black Star Box 31:
Box 31 selects
Reagan staff:
Sec. of Defense Frank Carlucci testifies about drugs in the armed forces [7-88-1594]
Attorney Gen. Edwin Meese, May 1988, for Time; includes Justice William Rehnquist, Justice Anthony Kennedy [6-88-1342]
Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci: press conference on Soviet military power for Time, 4/29/88 [6-88-1415]
Sec. Defense Frank Carlucci with Israeli Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin 6/27/88 for Time [7-88-1564]
Moscow Summit III: Sec. of Defense Frank Carlucci with defense chief USSR Yazov at USSR Defense Ministry bldg. for Time, includes Russian generals and admirals [6-88-1341]
Atty. Gen. Edwin Meese for Time, 6/28/88 press conference [7-88-1570]
Alan Greenspan, chairman, Federal Reserve Board testifying before House Banking committee 7/28/88 [8-88-1725]
Donald Regan, James Baker and Bill Brock [8-88-1939]
Sec. George Shultz: signing tax agreement with Bermuda, 12/2/88 for Time [12-88-2563]
Pres. Reagan departure from White House, 12/23/88, for Time; speaking on bombing of PANAM flt. 103 [1-89-2663]
Attorney Gen. Edwin Meese, 6/27/88, for Time; speaking at ceremony commemorating 1st anniversary of Intl. Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking [7-88-1566]
Briefing on downing of Libyan plane for Time, includes Admiral Crowe, Sec. Defense Carlucci [2-89-2725]
James Brady press conference, 3/13/89 for Time; talking to Mary Jack Owen, dir. of "Disability Focus," talking to James Thornburgh [4-89-3229]
Ronald Reagan campaigning, for Time (272Trans.) Candidate [1-76-7346]
White House Chief of Staff Howard Baker, 3/4/87, with Sen. Robert Dole, Rep. Robert Michel, Sen. Robert Byrd [3-87-4132]
National Security Council director Frank Carlucci, 3/4/87 [3-87-4133]
Sec. of Interior Donald Hodel for Time 3/2/87 [3-87-4165]
Frank Carlucci, Howard Baker Jr., Sec. State George Shultz 3/87 [3-87-4253]
Atty. Gen. Ed Meese: press conference at Dept. of Justice, 3/5/87 for Time [4-87-4532]
Frank Carlucci, William Webster and Sec. Casper Weinberger, press briefing on President’s position to escort Persian Gulf, June 30, 1987 [7-87-9050]
Secretary Defense Casper Weinberger press briefing on Soviet military power, 3/24/87, for Time [4-87-4547]
Frank Carlucci: National Security Council head for Time, at Venice Economic Summit 6/87 [7-87-9039]
Judge Robert Bork with Howard Baker and Sen. Byrd for Time 7/9/87 [7-87-9201]
Sec. of State George Schultz: press conference, 8/6/87 for Time [8-87-9307]
Alan Greenspan: swearing in as head of Federal Reserve Board, 8/10/87 [8-87-9325]
James Brunley IV, Sec. of transportation, Nov. 1987, includes: Sen. Wendell Ford, Sen. Brock Adams, Sen. John Kerry, Sen. John Danforth, Sen. Ernest Hollings [11-87-0088]
Sec. of State George Shultz before committee hearing for Time, 1/25/88 [1-88-0468]
Sec. of State George Shultz testifying on INF treaty before Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1/25/88 for Time; includes Paul Nitz, Max Kampelman, Sen. Jesse Helms, Sen. Joseph Biden, Sen. Christopher Dodd, Sen. Alan Cranston, Sen. Claiborne Pell, Sen. Pat Moynihan, Sen. John Kerry [2-88-0527]
Attorney Gen. Ed. Meese press conference, April 1, 1988 for Time [4-88-1035]
Ann McLaughlin, Sec. of Labor in Dept. of Labor child day care center for Time [5-88-1240]
Sec. of Defense Frank Carlucci for Time [5-88-1307]
Atty. Gen Edwin Meese press conference of Pentagon investigation, 6/21/88 for Time, includes U.S. Atty Henry Hudson and Edward Dennis [7-88-1573]
Donald Regan in Oklahoma, Regan and Poindexter together, also Henry Bellmon, 10/24/86 for Time [11-86-3369]
Larry Speakes press briefing on hostage release (in Calif.) for Time, 11/2/86 [11-86-3388]
Sec. of State George Shultz, Robert McFarlane appear before House Foreign Relations Committee on Iran-contra $ controversy, Mon., 12/8/86, includes Dante Fascell, Adm. John Poindexter, Lt. Col. Oliver North [12-86-3556] (includes captions)
Donald Regan entering and leaving Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, Tues., 12/16/86 [12-86-3609]
Donald Regan after testifying before the House Intelligence Committee [12-86-3634]
Larry Speakes conducting daily White House press briefing, Tues., 11/25/86 for Time [12-86-3646]
Citizens for America rally in Lafayette Park, across from the White House, & signs supporting the president; includes Sec. of Ed. William Bennett, Patrick Buchanan-White House communications director, Rep. Jack Kemp, Richard Viguerie, 1/5/87 for Time [1-87-3823]
Marlin Fitzwater, White House press secretary, for [3-87-4097]
CIA Director William Webster, 3/4/87, in White House briefing room, Frank Carlucci (NSC) and Webster; used as partial Time cover 3/16/87 [3-87-4129]
Press secretary Marlin Fitzwater, 3/4/87 [3-87-4131]
2011-382/1 Black Star Box 32:
M. L. King gala at Kennedy Center, 1/20/86, for Time [2-86-1428]
Gary (?) [4-79-3610]
William Rogers & Neil Armstrong testifying about the Roger’s Committee [Rogers Commission] Report on the space shuttle before the House Space Committee [6-86-2504]
Federal Reserve Board nominations, includes: new Fed. Reserve board governors Wayne D. Angell, Manuel H. Johnson, Sen. Robert Dole, Sen. Phil Gramm, Sen. John Warner, Sen. Jake Garn, for Time [4-86-2086]
Flying Pterosaurs (Andrews Air Force Base), Dr. Paul MacCready, for Time [5-86-2229]
MLK Library Mural, 1/14/86, Don Miller (painter of the mural), for Time [1-86-1337]
Robot family (Auf Einen Blick) [3-86-1701]
VP Bush swearing [in] - senators [1-83-4673]
Auchter – OSHA [8-81-0596]
Children’s Hospital, includes surgery – open heart, burn treatment, CAT scanner, stuffed animals, for Time [2-86-1451]
Malcolm Forbes & his new yacht "The Highlander" for Time [4-8-1929]
Accuracy in academia, Reed Irvine (Chairman & founder), Lee [Les] Csorba III (executive director), for Time [4-86-1979]
Bishop Tutu in Wash., D.C. [2-86-1413]
Petition campaign against S. Africa press curbs, for Time [1-86-1288]
Press conf. on AIDS, Dr. Myron Essex, Dr. Judith Wilber, Dr. John Sever, Dr. Jay Levy, Dr. Mario Escobar, Roy Stevens, Phyllis Kanki, for Time [4-86-1985]
Paul Wolfowitz, asst. Sec. of State for East Asian and Pacific affairs [4-86-1983]
Richard Perle – in his office in the Pentagon, 11/7/85 [4-86-1972]
Sen. Robert Packwood talks to press outside White House after meeting Pres. Reagan on tax package, 3/11/86, for Time [4-86-1971]
U.S. Senators playing in a tennis tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona, includes Gary Hart, Alexandra Haig, John Kerry, Eva Gabor, etc. for Time [3-86-1707]
Law offices, Baker & Hostetler, for Dossier Magazine, March, 1986 issue [3-86-1742]
Ambassador Clayton Yeutter, U.S. trade representative [3-86-1743]
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend campaigning for Congress in Baltimore [3-86-1753]
Sec. Weinberger & David Packard in Pentagon, meeting of the Packard Commission at the Pentagon, 2/27/86, for Time [3-86-1804]
Dr. Gaston J. Sigur, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director of Asian Affairs National Security Council [3-86-1833]
Sen. Carl Levin (press conf. in the Senate press gallery – 1/23/86) for Time [3-86-1842]
Low gas prices in Eastern Maryland [4-86-1919]
Clarence Pendleton, Jr. at the Civil Rights commission, for Time [4-86-1995]
Sen. Robert Dole; Rep. Daniel Rostenkowski; Sec. Otis Bowen, Sec. Health & Human Services, at National Governor’s Conference, Feb. 1986 [3-86-1672]
Lee Thomas, Director E.P.A. (Environmental Protection Agency) for Time [3-86-1667]
Sec. of Treasury James Baker [3-86-1665]
Jonas Suimbi [Savimbi] in Wash., D.C. (leader of the UNITA movement in Angola) [2-86-1577]
Tokyo Summit, Prime Minister Nakasone press conference after statement, for Time [5-86-2209]
Salvador Laurel press conference in Bali, 4/29, for Time [5-86-2165]
James Miller (OMB) (Office of Management & Budget), Rudolph Penner (CBO) (Congressional Budget Office) 1/15/85, for Time [4-86-2095]
George Mason College, includes Pres. Dr. George Johnston, general campus scenes, for Time [4-86-2059]
Bomb scare at the White House, shows D.C. bomb dispersal truck parked on 17th St. at entrance near where the mail comes into White House, for Time [4-86-2048]
Security in NYC during Reagan speech, 4/18/86 [4-86-2014]
White House special anti-terrorist barricades [4-86-2013]
Gasoline prices, sign at Northeast Washington gas station advertising free glass giveaway with purchase of 10 gallons of gas, for Time [4-86-2007]
Sen. Jake Garn, includes: Sen. Alphonse D’Amato, Sen. William Proxmire, for Fortune [6-86-2411]
Senators after the tax reform vote in the Senate; Sen. Packwood, Sen. Bradley, Sen. Long, Sen. Chaffee, Sen. Mitchell [6-86-2489]
Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist, includes: Rehnquist with Sen. Dole, Rehnquist with Sen. Strom Thurmond of the Senate Judiciary Committee [6-86-2518]
Paul Nitze, SDI, for Time [6-86-2407]
Hands Across America; Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, Koreta [Coretta] King & Martin Luther King III [6-86-2366]
Tax report bill action on Capitol Hill: 1) Senators Dole & Packwood talking in the Presidents room off the Senate floor 2) Senators D’Amato, Dood [Dodd], Hawkins, Pressler & Murkowski – they have an amendment to keep the I.R.A. deduction [6-86-2361]
Senate on Television, the editing room in the basement of the Capitol Building [6-86-2330]
Anatoli [sic] Shcharansky talking to reporters outside the White House [5-86-2246]
Black Star Box 33:
Box 33 Selects
American Stock Exchange; Stockman, Hollings, Tower [7-82-3288]
Rukeyser, Washington [6-28-8180]
United Nations 1982 [6-82-3162]
World Bank, 1982 [6-82-3153]
Paul Sarbanes, 1982 [10-86-4086]
Dionne Warwick, singer [6-88-1412]
Gen. Lajoie, 6/13/88, for Time [6-88-1445]
Sen. Claude Pepper [6-88-1409]
Professional football personalities, includes Richard Bennett (sports agent), Wilbur Marshall (Washington Redskins), Joe Gibbs (Redskins coach), for Sports Inc. [6-88-1401]
Pizza [6-88-1398]
Red Square – Moscow USSR: night scene – St. Basil’s church & Kremlin, crowds in Red Square attempt to see Pres. & Mrs. Reagan, for Time [6-88-1384]
Moscow, USSR: Novo Dievisek [Novodevichy?] cemetery, Army unit running on the bank of the Moscow River, May 1988, for Time [6-88-1351]
Pentagon indictments, 1/6/89, Henry E. Hudson, U.S. Atty. for Eastern Dist. of Va. at press conference announcing indictment, includes: Edward Dennis (black), Ken Walton (FBI), for Time [2-89-2734]
Moscow, USSR: Red Square at night, Circus – Gorky Park, general scenes, old women, for Time [6-88-1340]
John Tower’s confirmation hearings for Secretary of Defense (heads), includes: Sen. James Exon, Sen. Sam Nunn, Sen. John Warner, Sen. John McCain, Sen. Daniel Moynihan, Sen. John Chaffee, Sen. Carl Levin, Mr. Ruder [2-89-2757]
"Gucci Gulch," people outside House Ways and Means Committee hearing room, Washington, D.C. [2-89-2740]
Shootout at Washington’s Woodrow Wilson High School, for Time [1-89-2719]
Misc. senators, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, Sen. Chuck Robb, Sen. Richard Bryan [1-89-2711]
East Wing of the National Gallery at twilight, view of Congress [1-89-2681]
Meeting of Federal Reserve Board of Governors, Alan Greenspan, December, 1988 [12-88-2561]
Phyllis Oakley, State Dept. spokesperson at daily briefing on P.L.O. accord, 12/2/88, for Time [12-88-2560]
Military base closures, Sec. Wm. Howard Taft IV, Rep. Jack Edwards, Sen. Abraham Ribicoff; Ribicoff & Edwards brief press on planned base closures [1-89-2723]
Justice Thurgood Marshall, 8/10/88, speaking to National Bar Assoc., Washington, D.C., for Time [12-88-2559]
Federal Reserve Board meeting, 8/10/88, incl. Alan Greenspan, for Time [12-88-2555]
Cafritz Estate, possible house of Secy. of State, house belongs to Gwendolyn Cafritz, 2301 Foxhall Rd., Wash., D.C., for Time [12-88-2558]
Convention Center, Washington, D.C. [12-88-2540]
USSR trade show at Jacob Javitz Center, NYC, inc. Soviet fashion show, Dec. 1988, for Fortune [12-88-2502]
Sen. Brock Adams [6-88-2432]
William Seidman, chmr. of Federal Deposit Insurance [11-88-2408]
William Demby, double amputee, preparing for Special Olympics; trainer – Tony de Luca, coach – John Philbin – outside, for Time [11-88-2364] (includes prints)
Home health care, Anna & James Price, elderly blacks, for [11-88-2312]
Washington, D.C. Capitol bldg. Painters caulking the Indian on Capitol dome, for Time [11-88-2230]
Gov. Michael Dukakis & Sen. Lloyd Bentsen at Lone Star Plan near Longview, Texas, inc. B.A. Bentsen, for Time [10-88-2202]
Democrat & Republican dog cookies [10-88-2182]
A.I.D.S. "Quilt Project" in Washington, D.C. [10-88-2180]
Capital dome, painters working on dome [10-88-2167]
Lloyd Bentsen in Charlotte, N.C., 9/30/88, for Time [10-88-2166] (empty)
Dukakis & Bentsen in Texas: Dallas & Nashville, fund raising, press conference after endorsement by C.L.E.A.T., Bentsen & wife watching TV coverage of Discovery lift-off at Nashville Airport; Bentsen dancing with his wife (fund raising), for Time [10-88-2164]
Sen. Lloyd Bentsen campaigning, Fresno, Cal., 9/21/88, includes: anti-Dukakis signs, pro Dukakis-Bentsen sign, Mrs. Bentsen, really nice Bentsen heads, for Time [10-88-2160]
Sen. Lloyd Bentsen campaign in California, at Intel Corp. in Santa Clara, 9/22/88, for Time [10-88-2154] (empty)
Gun control, lobby effort, for Time [9-88-2129]
25th anniversary of march on Washington, 8/27/88, includes: Michael Dukakis, Andrew Young, Coretta Scott King & family, Martin Sheen, Jesse Jackson & family, for Time [9-88-2103]
"Gridlock," National Airport, Washington, D.C., 8/14/88, for Time [9-88-2089]
Iranian Stamp: anti-USA propaganda on stamp sent to Washington, D.C. law firm, for Time [9-88-2086]
Highway traffic, Rt. 395 – gridlock, Houston(?), includes: train depot, for Time [9-88-2085]
March on Washington 25th anniversary, 8/28/88 [8-88-2025]
Political campaign buttons [8-88-2011]
Media: still & TV cameraman at work covering a Jackson press conference [8-88-1975]
United States Marines marching in Joint Services parade at Battle of Yorktown site [8-88-1959]
Whistle blower Rodney Joye, for Time [8-88-1917]
Rita Braver, TV Guide, 1986 [8-88-1906]
Senator Byrd & Sen. Dole Contra Aid legislation, 8/10/88, for Time[8-88-1899]
AIDS: CD4 – new treatment for AIDS by National Cancer Institute – a study by Dr. Sam Broder and Robert Varchoan [8-88-1898]
Brig. Gen. Roland Lajoie, Director of the on sit[e] inspection program (INF), 4/12/88, for Time [8-88-1877]
C. Everett Koop, Surgeon General, also Deputy S.G. Michael McGinnis, press conference on NUTRITION (July 88) for Time [8-88-1868]
Elsie L. Scott (Ph.D.) Executive Director of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (Wash. D.C.) July 88, for Time [8-88-1865]
Republican Convention, New Orleans, last night – Thursday August 18, 1988, includes: V.P. George Bush and family; Barbara Bush; Gov. James Thompson, Illinois; Sen. Dan Quayle and family; Rep. Jack Kemp; Bush & Quayle together; general convention scenes, for Time [8-88-1864]
Black Star Box 38: Mobil
Mobil, 1996-1997
Mock gas station – Reston(?) environmental brochure, 1998
New Jersey chem plant 1998
Crisis preparedness – students, 1999
6D [construction site] 1996
Sap(?) story, 1998
Annual stockholders’ meeting, Dallas 1999
1996, also 1997
#3, unidentified plant, men
Quatar [Qatar] treasury, 1996
Transition teams, 1999
Angels of Mercy, 1999
Gas station, 1995
Quatar [Qatar] general, 1996
Poly plant, Holland, 1995
Year 2000 graph room, 1998
Quatar [Qatar], 1995
Saudi Arabia, 1995
Job sharing, 1998
Boat people, 1997
Scoggins, 1997
Unidentified office, 1996
Rochester, NY, 1998
Kazakstan [Kazakhstan], 1995
K72(?) 1995
Hibernia, 1996
2012-191/1 Black Star Box 34:
Box 34 Selects
Inaugural Stand: 1981
Sadat’s Funeral
Solidarity Day, 1981
Senator David Pryor, Roger Jepson
House construction, 1982
Clarence Thomas, Anna Shana
Congress in 1979
Minneapolis-Downtown 1979
Secretary Cyrus Vance
Pres. Reagan’s economic speech to congress & the nation on T.V. Weds. 2/18/81, for Time [2-81-9256]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in New Hampshire, February 1976, for Time [3-76-7629]
Ronald Reagan in New Hampshire, for Time [3-76-7646]
Ronald Reagan with Henry Kissinger informally at Wexford-Regan’s temporary Virginia home, for Time [10-80-8245]
Ronald Reagan & Nancy campaigning in Illinois 10/18/80, for Quick mag. [10-80-8256]
Ronald Reagan in Washington, D.C., for Time [12-80-8726]
Pres. Reagan at the Lincoln Memorial on Lincoln’s birthday [2-81-9242]
Pres. Reagan with Cabinet, includes Reagan with David Stockman [2-81-9240]
Reagan’s TV address on the economy – Thursday, 2/51/81, Reagan with $1 bill [2-81-9140]
Pres. Reagan with Chun Doo-hwan – President of Korea [2-81-9078]
Pres. Reagan’s 1st press conference – Thursday, 1/29/81, includes James Brady, Reagan’s press secretary [2-81-9059]
Ron Reagan at Pres. Reagan’s inauguration 1982
Maureen Reagan for Time (from 1980 Rep. convention) [7-80-7487]
Pres.-elect Ronald Reagan in Washington, D.C., 12/10/80-12/12/80, for Time [12-80-8663]
Ronald Reagan with Cardinal Cooke in New York – Tues., 12/9/80 [12-80-8667]
Ronald Reagan in Philadelphia [9-80-7946]
Ronald Reagan in Pasa Robles, California for Time [6-76-8073]
Ronald Reagan addressing the B’nai B’rith convention in Wash. Weds., September 3, 1980 for Time [9-80-7889]
Ronald Reagan in Florida for Time [3-76-7640]
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Reagan for Time [3-76-7580]
Ronald Reagan posed against Pres. Ford photo for Time [3-76-7578]
Ronald Reagan campaigning [3-76-7581]
Ronald Reagan in Illinois and leaving Florida for Time, March, 1976 [3-76-7577]
Pres. Nixon, Ronald Reagan & Frank [Borman?] at the Western White House (Aug. 1969) [8-69-391]
Reagan inauguration clippings
Reagan with cabinet members, with att. Gen. Smith D. Brack [7-81-0427]
Ronald Reagan campaigning November 20, 1975, in Florida [3-76-7694]
Ronald Reagan in Florida for Time 2/16/76 [3-76-7645]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in Florida and Illinois 2/25 and 2/26/76 for Time [3-76-7602]
Ronald Reagan at reception [1-81-8891]
Black Star Box 35:
Box 35 Selects
William Safire, New York Times for Time [3-77-9426]
Tar Sands Athabasca, Energy [3-76-7570]
Ireland [4-79-3658]
Sen. David Durenberger of Minnesota, with Sen. Bellman, for Time[4-79-3693]
Demo. on Weber Affirmative Action case in front of Supreme Court [6-79-3978]
Alice Rivlin for Time [6-79-4065]
Trucks on highway [7-79-4130]
Cheryl Sterns, woman parachutist for Look [6-79-3962]
Sheikh Yamani in Washington, D.C. 10/18/79, for Time [10-79-4819]
Rep. James Wright in the reception room of his office, for Time [4-79-3684]
Sec. of State Cyrus Vance and Sec. of Defense Harold Brown testifying re: Israel-Egypt peace treaty [4-79-3657]
Ralph Nader – press conference, for Time [4-79-3692]
Sen. Paul Laxalt, Rep. John Anderson [4-79-3694]
Brzezinski announcing the date of the S.A.L.T. treaty signing for Time [5-79-3864]
Brzezinski, Vance & Brown at lunch in Brown’s office at the Pentagon for Time [5-79-3847]
Vance Brown & Brzezinski make S.A.L.T. announcement, for Time [5-79-3853]
Sec. of State Cyrus Vance in his personal office (next to his ceremonial office) with Marshall Shulman – special advisor on Soviet affairs, for Time [5-79-3858]
Anti-trust conference, for Time [7-79-4125]
Pro-abortion people lobbying in Congress, for Time [7-79-4159]
White House at night, for Time [7-79-4199]
Hamilton Jordan, for Time [7-79-4203]
Sec. Michael Blumenthal for Time [7-79-4204]
Sec. Benjamin Civiletti, for Time [8-79-4353]
William Miller press conference on Chrysler at Treasury Dept., for Time [8-79-4370]
SALT II Senate hearings, includes Gen. Alexander Haig, Sen. Frank Church [8-79-4447]
Henry Kissinger testifying before Senate Foreign Committee on SALT II, for Time [9-79-4624]
Pope J.P. II in N.Y.C., Time [10-79-4677]
Pope J.P. II in Boston, for Time [10-79-4681]
Pope John Paul II in Philadelphia, Time [10-79-4693]
White House, Washington D.C. for Fortune [10-79-4695]
Pope John Paul II in Philadelphia [10-79-4706]
Pope John Paul II in Chicago, Time [10-79-4707]
Pope John Paul II in Iowa, for Time [10-79-4702]
Pope J.P. II in Washington D.C., Time mag [10-79-4718]
Sen. Robert Byrd (Va.) for Time [10-79-4762]
Rev. Jerry Falwell [10-79-4763]
Alfred Kahn with moustache [10-79-4766]
White House senior staff meeting – 9/7/79 for Time [10-79-4831]
Opening of Kennedy Library – October 20 ’79, includes Pres. Carter & Ted Kennedy, Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, Joan Kennedy, Ethel Kennedy, etc. [10-79-4833]
Sen. Gary Hart working on his sculpture of an eagle in his senate office, for Time [11-79-4906]
Gen. David Jones, for Time [11-79-4900]
Fang-Yi in USA [4-79-3704]
Stephen Smith announcing formation of Kennedy-for-President committee [11-79-4880]
2012-191/2 Black Star Box 36:
Box 36 selects
James McKay in his office, 7/5/88 (Meese Quits) for Time [7-88-1646]
Kitty Dukakis (Democratic Convention), visiting soup kitchen, with Director Rbt. Altman, taping of “Tanner”, 7/20/88, for Time [8-88-1770]
Carl Rowan, Benjamin Hooks, at 1988 NAACP Convention, Washington, D.C. for Time [8-88-1781]
Charles Kuralt and Dan Rather, CBS commentators in Moscow during Reagan-Gorbachev summit, also includes Kuralt and Rather with Katherine Sullivan, Dan Rather and Howard Baker, for Time [8-88-1741]
Pentagon procurement scandal, Pentagon doors, for Time [8-88-1740]
John Lehman, former sec. of the Navy in front of aircraft carrier "Theodore Roosevelt" [8-88-1739]
Yuppies: outside bar "Penny Lion" located on L St., downtown, Washington, D.C. [7-88-1635]
Jane Kennedy at NAACP Convention [7-88-1631]
Michael Dukakis & Lloyd Bentsen Press Conference (at Senate Hart Bldg., D.C.) [7-88-1629]
Field Marshall Sergei Akhromeyev (first Deputy Min. of Defense & Chief of General Staff of USSR) and Adm. William J. Crowe, Chairman U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, July 6, 1988, includes arrival ceremony, press conference [7-88-1624]
Water & irrigation, San Joaquin Valley, California [7-88-1623]
Crop duster, San Joaquin Valley, California [7-88-1621]
Jack Kemp in Iowa [3-88-0653]
Pete Dupont in Iowa, playing miniature gold tournament in Des Moines, 2/7/88 [3-88-0656]
Mail box arts (in Iowa) [3-88-0651]
Gary Hart in Iowa, Demoines [Des Moines], 2/6/88 [3-88-0649]
U.S. Navy in the Persian Gulf, on board U.S.S. Foxx, includes: helecopters [helicopters], crew on deck – many situations, scenes on the bridge, war room, Captian William Mathis, Rear Admiral Harold Bernsen, press briefing [2-88-0602]
U.S. Navy task force in the Persian Gulf (February 1988) [2-88-0602]
Vietnam Vets Association for Time [8-81-0598]
State dinner for Anwar Sadat, Time Magazine [8-81-0588]
Group shot of White House correspondents of major networks: Sam Donaldson-ABC, Bill Plante-CBS, Judy Woodruff-NBC [7-81-0466]
Rep. Dan Rostenkowski [7-81-0456]
Rodin sculpture show, for Time [7-81-0396]
Leon Jaworski accepting the chairmanship of the democrats for Reagan for Time, 9/29/1980 [6-81-0302]
Eugene Rostow, Sen. Charles Percy, Sen. Alan Cranston [6-81-0327]
Rev. Billy Graham rally in Baltimore [6-81-0306]
Henry Kissinger, for Time [6-81-0301]
Codex Leicester, for Time [5-81-9931]
Prince Charles visit to U.S.A., includes arrival ceremony at SACLANT flag plaza, aboard U.S.S. Nimitz, arrival for White House private dinner, departure from Andrews AFB, at Washington Cathedral for evensong [5-81-9880]
Nelly Grey in her office, for Time [4-81-9822]
Atlanta child killings, burial services for Joseph Bell [4-81-9805]
Sen. Jesse Helms in his office, for Time [4-81-9637]
Cable News Network, the antennae in back of C.N.N. headquarters in Atlanta, newsroom at CNN hdqtrs [4-81-9568]
Peter Jennings – ABC at Moscow summit, for Time [8-88-1804]
E.R.A. rally Washington, D.C., includes: Alan Alda, Susan Ford & baby, Mary Crisp [7-81-0358]
Sen. Howard Metzenbaum, Sen. Dan Quayle, Sen. Steve Symms, Sen. Ernest Hollings, Sen. Pete Domenici, Gary Hart, Sen. Orin Hatch at Stockman hearings [3-81-9346]


Prints, Contact Sheets, Negatives and Related Material:

2008-039/4 [Restricted] Unidentified contact sheets [5-80-7031]
China [4-80-6795]
Abelardo Valdez, Chief of Protocol for U.S.A. [4-80-6759]
Plaque honoring diplomats killed in action—in lobby of Department of State [4-80-6768]
Hostage Memorial in Heritage, PA [2-80-6535]
National Governors Conference in Washington, DC; includes Gov. Dixie Lee Ray, Ella Grasso [2-80-6536]
Afghans demonstrate in Washington, DC [3-80-6581]
Rep. John Anderson campaigning in Illinois [3-80-6625]
Rep. John Anderson campaigning in Illinois (black and white conversions made from color) [3-80-6625]
Campaign workers fro John Anderson [3-80-6628]
Homeowner installing fiberglass insulation in his attic [3+80-6680]
Clark Clifford [3-80-6684]
U S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, 3.14.80; includes Barry Bosworth, William Proxmire, Arthur Burns, Dr. Alan Weber, Dr. Albert T. Sommers [3-80-6699]
Sen. Edward Kennedy campaigning in Chicago, IL [4-80-6757]
Census 1990 [3-90-5168]
Paul Garber [4-90-5190]
Prince Sultan, Saudi Minister of Defense [3-90-6602]
Arthur Kent [5-91-6659]
Bank of Credit and Commerce International hearings [11-91-6774]
Special Trade Ambassador William Brock, Sec. of Commerce Malcolm Baldridge [5-82-2963]
Sec. of Defense Casper Weinberger, Press Conference on Defense budget [2-84-7333]
Reagan and Bush together prior to Regan announcement of candidacy for re-election [2-84-7195], 1984/01/29
Sec. of State Schultz, press briefing on Grenada invasion [11-83-6543]
Pres. Reagan with P.M. Shamir of Israel at the White House [11-83-6685]
Ed Meese Confirmation Hearings for Attorney General [1-85-9193]
Donald Regan – White House Chief of Staff in his office [2-85-9305]
James Baker – Sec. of Treasury Designate [1-85-9168]
Reagan’s TV address on the economy [2-81-9140], 1981/02/05
Attorney General William French Smith; U.N. Ambassador Jean Kirkpatrick; Sen. Charles Percy [11-81-8816]
Pres. Reagan and Merle Haggard [3-82-2433]
Pres. Reagan and Pres. Mitterrand of France in Oval Office, Fri., 3/12/82 [3-82-2456]
Ed Meese and James Baker together [9-81-0844]
Sec. of State – Designate George Shultz confirmation hearings [7-82-3382]
Pres. Amin Gemayel of Lebanon in Washington [10-82-4120]
Pres. Reagan addressing Republican candidates – Good Pix of Reagan pointing at Gary Arnold When Reagan said “Shut-up” [10-82-4024]
Special Envoy Philip Habib after meeting Reagan at the White House [10-82-4070]
Group Shot of Top Presidential Advisors (Shot during Marcos visit) Mike Deaver, James Baker, Ed Meese [9-82-3938]
Pres. Reagan with Ferdinand Marcos in the Oval Office and arrival ceremony and Marcos head shots and dinner [9-82-3931]
Pres. Reagan in Oval Office making TV announcement that he is sending U.S. Marines back to Lebanon [9-82-3939]
Pres. Reagan and Gromyko shake hands for the 1st time [9-84-8555], 1984/09/23
Pres. Reagan and Supreme Court Justices meeting in the White House includes Reagan and Chief Justice Burger [10-82-4059]
Ed Meese – Confirmation hearings as Attorney General [3-84-7570]
Dr. George A. Keyworth (Science Advisory to Pres. Reagan) having a press briefing on the MX missile – 12/6/82 [12-82-4463]
Martin Feldstein – Chairman of the Economic Advisers in his office in the Old Executive Office Bldg. [4-83-5378]
Pres. Reagan Announcing Policy on MX Missile [4-83-5377]
Pres. Reagan Meeting with MX Missile Advisory Panel [4-83-5379]
Sec. of Treasury Donald Regan speaking to Credit Union National Association [2-83-4881], 1983/02/08
Sec. of Treasury Donald Regan before Senate Appropriations Committee [2-83-4940], 1983/15/08
Martin Feldstein – Chairman of Economic Advisers to Pres. Reagan [2-83-4821]
Group and Single Shots of Martin Feldstein, Donald Regan and David Stockman at Budget Briefings [2-83-4863]
Sec. of State George Shultz press briefing in Brazil [12-82-4425]
Vice President and Mrs. Bush at home with their dog [8-82-3673], 1982/08/05
Rep. John Murphy (Abscam Scandal) [2-80-6448]
Sec. of Treasury William Miller before Senate Banking Committee [2-80-6525]
Hodding Carter, State Dept. Spokesmen, at Daily Briefing [2-80-6538]
Zbigniew Brzezinski in his White House Office [3-80-6580], 1980/01/03
Sec. of Treasury William Miller in his Office in the Treasury Bldg. [3-80-6640]
Paul Volcker press conference [3-80-6653], 1980/03/15
Sec. of Treasury William Miller at Senate Banking committee, includes Sen. Alan Cranston, Sen. Proxmire (back of his head with his nameplate showing questioning Miller) [3-80-6683]
Edmund Muskie studies secret State Dept. briefing material [5-80-7054]
Sec. of State Muskie before House Foreign Affairs Committee [8-80-7840] 1980/07/30
Zbigniew Brzezinski, includes Al Moses, a senior advisor to the President; Sen. Strom Thurmond; Sen. Birch Bayh [9-80-8002]
Alfred Kahn in his office in the Old Executive Office Bldg. [11-80-8456], 1908/11/06
Pres. Carter jogging in Korea with troops [9-81-0776]
Paul Volcker of Fed. Reserve Board [4-82-2689]
Sec. of Interior James Watt testifying before the House Maritime Committee about the Bald Eagle [6-83-5707]
Hamilton Jordan and Alonzo McDonald [10-79-4696]
Alfred Kahn with moustache [10-79-4766]
Paul Volcker with Sen. Lloyd Bentsen [10-79-4794]
Robert Strauss and Robert McIntyre [11-79-4855]
Sec. of Treasury William Miller [11-79-4858]
Stuart Eisenstat, Carter’s Special Assistant [12-79-6053]
Vice Pres. Mondale and Agriculture Sec. Bob Bergland [1-80-6230]
Vice Pres. Mondale Campaigning in Iowa [1-80-6236]
Rep. Richard Kelly (Abscam Scandal) [2-80-6444]
Rep. James Florio (Abscam Scandal) [2-80-6445]
Rep. James Howard of N.J. [2-80-6446]
Cyrus Vance [2-80-6447]
Alfred Kahn [2-79-3311]
Griffin Bell [2-79-3328]
Sec. Michael Blumenthal of Treasury [3-79-3471]
Sec. Cyrus Vance and Sec. Harold Brown testifying on Israel – Egypt Peace Treaty; also, Sen. Church, Sen. Lugar, Sen. Glenn, Sen. Hiyakawa [4-79-3657]
William Miller, of Federal Reserve speaking to Washington Press Club [5-79-3821]
Brzezinski announcing the date of the S.A.L.T. Treaty signing [5-79-3846]
Atty. Gen. Griffin Bell testifying before House Judiciary Subcommittee [5-79-3851]
Cecil Andrus – Sec. of Interior [6-79-3912]
William Miller with 1-5-10 football [6-79-3938]
Bob Strauss [6-79-4030]
Sec. of Trans. Brock Adams at Press Briefing and with experimental cars [6-79-4032]
Jack Watson; Ray Marshall; and Bob Bergland [7-79-4068]
Patricia Harris confirmation hearings for Sec. of H.E.W., includes: Sen. Bill Bradley, Sen. Herman Talmadge, Sen. Robert Dole, Sen. Russell Long [8-79-4290]
Pres. Carter and Hamilton Jordan [8-79-4245]
Sen. Ted Kennedy in F.B.I. Bldg. for Ceremony, includes Stuart Eisenstat, Benjamin Civiletti, Griffin Bell, William Webster. [8-79-4367]
Pres. Carter meeting with environmental groups, includes Kitty Schumer, Midge Costanza, Charles Warren (C.E.O.), and Dr. Elvis Stahr [12-77-0902]
Pres. Carter presenting diplomatic credentials [12-77-0949]
Pres. Carter Press Conference after London Summit [5-77-9813], 1977/05/13
Pres. Carter in Europe [5-77-9814]
Pres. Carter standing at microphone leaving White House for Thanksgiving [12-77-0950]
Pres. Carter Press Conference [12-77-0959], 1977/11/30
Mrs. Carter receiving Bible [12-77-0969]
Pres. Carter in Poland [1-78-1064]
Pres. Carter with Sol Linowitz and Ellsworth Bunker [1-78-1117]
Pres. Carter and Henry Kissinger [1-78-1118]
Pres. Carter in Georgia for formal dinner, includes Bert Lance [1-78-1222]
Pres. Carter getting off airplane in Atlanta, Georgia; includes greeted by Gov. Busbee, greeted by Mayor Maynard Jackson of Atlanta, and Carter’s personal secretary [2-78-1239]
Camp David, sign in front, security fence, and press on road leading to Camp David [2-78-1317]
Pres. Carter with Brzezinski and Vance [3-78-1556]
Pres. Carter in Africa [4-78-1716]
Pres. Carter on aircraft carrier, Eisenhower, and in Winston-Salem, North Carolina [4-78-1726]
Pres. Carter in Germany [7-78-2303]
Pres. Carter with Congressional Democrats in the Roosevelt Room of the White House [8-77-0243]
Pres. Carter with Most Rev. Jean Jadot [8-77-0244]
Pres. Carter with Mike Mansfield, U.S. Ambassador to Japan [8-77-0318]
Pres. Carter with Ambassador Averill Harriman [9-77-0382]
Pres. Carter signing the Management Intern Bill [9-77-0383]
Pres. Carter with Cleve Ryan, White House News Electrician since Roosevelt [99-77-0430]
Pres. Carter meeting the Order of Elks [9-77-0445]
Pres Carter Press Conference [9-77-0461]
Amy Carter throwing Frisbee [9-77-0462]
Pres. Jimmy Carter with Presidential Seal [9-77-0465], 08/1977
Pres. Carter having breakfast in the White House with Members of the House Sub-Committee on Energy; includes Pres. Carter meeting Sec. of Agriculture Cecil Andrus [9-77-0539]
Pres. Carter meeting with Republican Members of Congress and Vice Pres. Mondale and Sec. Califano at a Joint Press Conference on adoption and foster care as alternatives to abortion [9-77-0540]
2008-039/5 [Restricted] Jimmy Carter with Congressional leaders announcing the Foreign Intelligence Act [9-77-0541], 1977/05/19
Jimmy Carter on TV screen [11-77-0797]
Pres. Carter gives out National Medals of Science, Peter Goldmark gives Carter first LP record gold-plated [12-77-0875]
Pres. Carter signing the amendment to the Marine Protection Research and Sanctuaries Act [12-77-0901]
Pres. Carter with Travis Britt [5-77-9821]
Pres. Carter meeting with Ohio Senators and Congressmen on the Portland project, Frank Moore running across White House lawn [5-77-9823]
Pres. Carter with Adolfo Suarez Gonzalez, children, and Eminence Iakovos [5-77-9839]
Pres. Carter in California [6-77-9915]
Pres. Carter with Attorney Gen. Griffin Bell [6-77-9916]
Pres. Carter receiving his family tree from members of the Mormon Church [7-77-0107]
Pres. Carter at breakfast with House Ways and Means Committee at the White House [7-77-0109]
Pres. Carter and Helmut Schmidt of Germany [7-77-0132]
Pres. Carter in the South [7-77-0172]
Helmut Schmidt in Washington, including Carter and Vance [7-77-0141]
M. Begin of Israel with Carter [7-77-0161]
Pres. Carter with Michael Blumenthal, Bert Lance, George Schultze, Arthur Burns [5-77-9817]
Pres. Carter meeting with Congressional group [5-77-9818]
Pres. Carter at the Democratic National Committee Finance Committee [5-77-9819]
Pres. Carter and campaign headquarters, with his mother [9-76-8480]
Carter and Mondale, Jimmy holding Amy, in Plains, Georgia, [9-76-8481], 1976/08/03
Swine flu vaccine [9-76-8499]
Democratic Convention 1976 including Ted Sorenson, Jimmy Carter, Jerry Brown [8-76-8320]
Queen Elizabeth’s visit to U.S. including President Ford and Royal Yacht [7-76-8221}
Sen. Robert Dole [8-76-8332]
Republican Convention [8-76-8376], 1976
Ronald Reagan on his ranch [7-76-8280]
Betty Ford campaigning in California [8-76-8306]
Carter on Democratic whistle-stop train [9-76-8544]
Pres. Ford campaigning in the South on Mississippi riverboat [9-76-8553]
Events around the first Ford-Carter debate [9-76-8586]
Nuclear power plant [10-76-8593]
Sen. Strom Thurmond [10-76-8596]
Pres. Ford in Philadelphia, including pro-Mayor Rizzo demonstration [10-76-8604]
Sen. Herman Talmadge [10-76-8610]
Sen. Sam Nunn [10-76-8612]
Carter-Ford second debate, San Francisco [10-76-8620]
Carter-Ford third debate, Williamsburg, Virginia [10-76-8686] 1976/10/22
Election Day, Jimmy and Billy Carter in Atlanta and Plains, Georgia [11-76-8745], 1976/11/02
Jimmy Carter on Election Day and Night, Plains, Georgia [11-76-8780]
Election Day, Jimmy Carter staff waiting for returns [11-76-8800]
Jimmy Carter, Plains, Georgia [11-76-8803]
Senator Howard Baker [8-76-8311]
Energy, hand with gas pump [7-76-8223]
Jimmy Carter and Mondale in Plains, Georgia [7-76-8251]
Ron Nessen [7-76-8258]
Jimmy Carter and Jerry Brown [7-76-8191]
Democratic Convention conversions [7-76-8191]
Sen. John Glenn in Ohio [7-76-8206]
Sen. John Glenn [7-76-8207]
Miscellaneous headshots
Ronald Reagan golfing and with family on California Primary night [6-76-8081]
Copy negatives, President Carter
Jimmy Carter in California with Jody Powell [6-76-8086]
Pres. Ford’s statement on killing of Ambassador Meloy [6-76-8087]
Paul Warnke, Washington lawyer [7-76-8175]
Paul Nitze [7-76-8176]
Sen. John Glenn [12-81-1703]
Sen. Charles Percy [12-81-1704]
Conference on Aging, “Gray Panthers” Sr. Citizens demonstrating in front of White House [12-81-1776], 1981/12/03
Corinne Alphen, 1978 Penthouse Pet of the year, promoting movie in front of White House [7-80-9]
Prime minister Helmut Schmidt with Hans Dietrich-Genscher [1-82-1812]
Street people in cold, Philadelphia [1-82-1840]
Young lawyers at Justice Dept. AT&T division, funny t-shirts [1-82-1851]
Unemployment office in Philadelphia [1-82-1880]
Color Conversions: Senators Byrd, Jackson, Long, Cranston, Laxalt, Stevens, Sasser and Representatives Wright and Michaels [1-82-1888], 1978
Air Florida crash remains being reconstructed at National Airport by FAA [2-82-1994]
White House China and Mubarak’s arrival in DC [2-82-2029]
Computer crime instruction at FBI [2-82-2042]
Edward Bennett Williams press conference for an open convention, 1980 campaign [8-82-2086], 1980
Pres. President: Mohamed Hosni Mubarak of Egypt at National Press Club [2-82-2134]
Pres. Reagan [2-82-2152]
Senate Foreign Relations European Affairs Subcommittee on Poland, including Sen. Lugar, Sen. Biden, Marc Leland, Robert Hormats [3-82-2286]
Governor Jerry Brown announcing candidacy for Senate [3-82-2366], 1982/03/10
Largest truck stop in the world [12-81-1675]
Nelson Rockefeller [12-81-1575], circa 1974
Pres. Richard Nixon [12-81-1578]
John Mitchell, Watergate [12-81-1579]
Justice William Douglas walking on the C and O Canal Tow Path [12-81-1618]
John Hinkley’s Brain CAT Scan [8-82-3625]
Housing Construction in Virginia and Maryland [8-82-3626]
Individual shots of Sen. Ted Kennedy, Sen. Paul Tsongas, Rep. Silvo Conte [8-82-3685]
New Hart Senate office building [8-82-3686]
Sen. John East, Sen. Steven, Syhs, Rep. Phil Crane [8-82-3702]
2008-039/6 [Restricted] Sen. Robert Dole in Iowa [9-76-8529]
Elliott Richardson [8-76-8380]
Sen. Robert Dole in his office [9-76-8440]
Borden Co., Mr. Marusi and Mr. Sullivan [9-76-8468]
Carter and Dole at Darlington 500 car race, South Carolina [9-76-8537]
Eugene McCarthy, presidential candidate [9-76-8540]
Senator Dole at Maryland State Fair [9-76-8503]
Jimmy Carter in Iowa [9-76-8532]
Carter in NYC [9-76-8509]
Jimmy Carter with Ted Kennedy, Hugh Carey, George Meany, Jody Powell [9-76-8512]
William Bennet, drug czar [11-89-4453]
Prince Edward County [11-89-4464]
Jonas Savimbi, Angola UNITA [1-90-4811]
National Security Council meeting [2-77-9223]
Elton John concert, 1973
Garbagemen’s Parade, Memphis; Coretta King on day after MLK’s murder [4/68/5708], 1968/04/08
Peace March, Washington DC, 1965/11/27
Mrs. Michael Schwesuer in Washington, 1964
Ethel and Bobby Kennedy, Dr. Phillip Lee [3-67-1803]
RFK Assassination, RFK Funeral [6-68-6248], 1968/06/04, 1968/06/08
RFK Memorial Service at Arlington [6-69-9759]
RFK at JFK’s grave [6-68-6423]
Swearing in of Gen. Maxwell Taylor as Ambassador to Vietnam, Robert Kennedy, 1964
Senate Committee on NATO, Dean Acheson, Robert Kennedy [5-66-217]
RFK Assassination: Hubert Humphrey speech, picketing of the National Rifle Association, Resurrection City [6-68-6223]
Ronald Reagan headshots, including Ed Rollins [10-84-8639]
Ronald Reagan and campaign aides [3-76-7524]
Gerald Ford in New Hampshire [3-76-7525], 1976/02/19-02/20
Ronald Reagan in New Hampshire [3-76-7523], 1976/01/29-01/30
Betty Ford at party for children of diplomatic corps members [1-76-7335], 1975/12/16
Jimmy Carter [2-76-7475], 1976/01/22
Gerald Ford meeting with the press [1-76-7285]
Gerald Ford meeting with advisors in private office [1-76-7286]
Nelson Rockefeller press briefing [1-76-7297]
Gerald Ford announcing veto of tax bill [1-76-72-99], 1975/12/17
Gerald Ford speaking [1-76-7312], 1976/01
Ronald Reagan [1-76-7320], 1976/01
Ronald Reagan [1-76-7322]
Ronald Reagan [1-76-7323]
Confirmation hearing on CIA Directorship for George Bush [1-76-7324], 1975/12/16
Senator Muskie [1-76-7224]
Ronald Reagan in New Hampshire, early January [1-76-7270], 01/1976
Swearing in of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, with Gerald Ford and Chief Justice Burger [1-76-7275]
Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz [1-76-7283], 1975/01/02
Senator Adlai Stevenson [2-76-7471]
Ronald Reagan getting birthday cake and social security forms on 65th birthday [2-76-7474]
Space Exhibit [2-76-7493], 1975/02/24
Brack photos in Black Star Conference room
Stephen Sondheim [1-76-7213]
Republican National Committee campaign, Gerald Ford [1-76-7369], 1976
Henry Kissinger press conference [2-76-7386]
Gov. Jimmy Carter at Urban Coalition meeting [2-76-7421] 1976/01/22
Richard Kleindienst portrait at Justice Dept. [2-76-7464], 1976/01/22
Ron Nessen [2-76-7465]
Ronald Reagan [11-75-7058], 1975/11/21
Henry Kissinger on Capitol Hill after contempt citation [12-75-7078], 1975/11/14
Gerald Ford in Boston, Mass. [12-75-7081]
Assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan [12-75-7101]
President Ford in California and New Hampshire [12-75-7109]
Henry Kissinger testifying on the Hill [12-75-7115], 1975/11/18
Senior Citizens [12-75-7142]
Gerald Ford Sunday Massacre press conference [11-75-7028]
William Simon before Senate Finance Committee, includes Senators Long, Byrd, Ribicoff, Hanson, Bentsen and Mondale [2-76-7501]
Ronald Reagan in New Hampshire [3-76-7520], 1976/02/04-02/06
Ronald Reagan in North Carolina [3-76-7521]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in Florida and Illinois [3-76-7522]
Republican leadership and Kissinger leaving the White House [11-75-7029], 1975/11/04
2008-039/7 [Restricted] Donald Rumsfeld in office, with Dick Cheney and Gerald Ford [11-75-7030]
General Brent Scowcroft in oval office with Gerald Ford [11-75-7035]
Ronald Reagan for The Reagan Committee [11-75-7056], 1975/11/20
Ronald Reagan in Florida [11-75-7057], 1975/11/20
Arthur Burns [10-75-6831]
Gerald Ford in Germany [10-75-6914], 1975/07/28
Gerald Ford meeting with House Committee on Gov. Ops. [11-75-6992], 1975/11/06
Henry Kissinger leaving White House [11-75-7019], 1975/11/04
Anwar Sadat press conference at Blair House [11-75-7021]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in New Hampshire for Senator Wyman [10-75-6784]
Gerald Ford in New Hampshire [10-75-6786]
William Colby and Mitchell Rogovin press conference at CIA [10-75-6803]
Gerald Ford European Trip, Helsinki [8-75-6588], 1975/08/01-08/02
Gerald Ford signing at European Security Conference [8-75-6589], 1975/08/01
Gerald Ford in Romania [8-75-6590], 1975/08/02
Gerald Ford and Leonid Brezhnev [8-75-6598]
Gerald Ford in Yugoslavia [8-75-6591], 1975/08/03
Gerald Ford in Europe with Schmidt, Wilson and d’Estaing [8-75-6592], 1975/07/30
Judge John Sirica [8-75-6626]
Gerald Ford watches Russian and U.S. space blastoffs [9-75-6700], 1975/07/14-07/15
Rep. Morris Udall [9-75-6706]
Henry Kissinger press conference [9-75-6714], 1975/09
Rep. Bella Abzug practicing volleyball [9-75-6760]
Gen. George Brown and Sec. of Defense Harold Brown [8-79-4313]
Members of Congress boarding plane for China [8-79-4328]
Women in the military [8-79-4329]
Gerald Ford playing tennis, Mackinac Island [7-75-6450], 1975/07/13
Gerald Ford at Traverse City, Michigan [7-75-6451]
Gerald Ford speaking to conference of mayors [7-75-6454], 1975/07/10
Gerald Ford press conference on the South Lawn [7-75-6455], 1975/06/25
Gerald Ford in Cleveland, Ohio [7-75-6456], 1975/07/03
Gerald Ford press conference at Palmer House Hotel, Chicago [7-75-6465], 07/12/1975
Gerald Ford and cabinet meeting [7-75-6466], 1975/07/16
Gerald Ford and German Chancellor Walter Scheel [7-75-6475], 1975/06/16
CIA Hearing with Frank Church, Barry Goldwater, John Tower [7-75-6476]
Susan Ford’s graduation from Holton Arms School [8-75-6537], 1975/06/04
Sean Morton Downey announcing presidential candidacy [7-79-4131]
Independent Oil Producers [7-79-4141]
Gas lines in Virginia [7-79-4162]
Senate hearing on productivity with Lloyd Bentsen and Clarence Brown [7-79-4175]
Rep. Henry Reuss [7-79-4208]
Gasahol [7-79-4120]
Anti-trust conference [7-79-4125]
Sec. Michael Blumenthal and James McIntyre [8-79-4427]
Patrick Caddell in his Washington office [8-79-4436]
Treasury Secretary William Miller and Treasury Department building [8-79-4451]
Brock Adams, Washington [12-76-8977]
Bert Lance [12-76-8972]
Rep. Bob Bergland [12-76-8951]
Stu Eizenstat, Carter issue’s man [9-76-8513]
Jody Powell, Carter’s Press Secretary [12-76-8952]
Andrew Young [12-76-8959], 1976/11/25
Richard Nixon East Room press conference [9-82-3829], 1969/03/17
Lane Kirkland in AFL-CIO building in Washington DC [9-82-3830],
US Festival, California [9-82-3831]
Sen. Henry Jackson announcing presidential candidacy [5-82-2981], 1971/11/19
Economic Summit, London with Nancy Reagan and Prince Philip [6-82-3099], 1982
Orrin Hatch at Sen. Labor committee hearing on handling of Longshoremen’s cases [6-82-3043]
World Bank Building, Washington DC [6-82-3153]
Prime Minister Begin of Israel addressing the United Nations [6-82-3162]
Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Foreign Minister Francis Pym [6-82-3209]
Democratic mid-term convention in Philadelphia [6-82-3228]
Margaret Thatcher/Reagan/Haig [6-82-3247]
Closed businesses, Baltimore [7-82-3262]
American Stock Exchange meeting [7-82-3288]
Kansas wheat harvest [7-82-3464]
St. Elizabeth Hospital (where John Hinkley is incarcerated) [7-82-3499]
Indira Ghandhi in Washington DC (headshots) [8-82-3526]
Oil rigs offshore near Santa Barbara near Channel Islands [3-82-2367]
Oil pump rig in middle of foreign cars being imported to the US [3-82-2371]
Peter Grace (head of Reagan’s non-government commission to eliminate waste in government0 [3-82-2405]
Guests to National Press Club going through metal detector before Hubarak’s speech [3-82-2454]
Dr. Stephen Lesner, head of U.S. Chamber of Commerce [3-82-2458]
Anti-US involvement in El Salvador in Washington DC [3-82-2533], 1982/03/27
Rep. Stan Parris [4-82-2621]
Sen. John Tower [4-82-2726]
Rep. Thomas Foley, Sen. Robert Dole, Rep. Paul Foley [4-82-2727]
Strip coal mine in West Virginia, female panda in Wahington DC [5-82-2959]
Ronald Reagan signing a bill [5-82-2960], 1982/04
Admiral Bobby Inman, Deputy Director of CIA [5-82-2964]
Japanese goods being off-loaded from a container ship in Seattle [9-82-3896]
Dupont executives [9-82-3947]
NASA Mars antenna in the Mojave Desert [10-82-3960]
Solar One project in Barstow, California [10-82-3961]
AFL-CIO Pres. Lane Kirkland speaking at a rally [10-82-4073]
President Carlos Salinas de Gortari, Mexico [1-90-4852]
Sec. of Defense Dick Cheney [1-90-4948]
Nixon returns to the Capitol [4-90-5197]
George H.W. Bush and Pres. Of Mozambique [4-90-5178]
“Pro-Life” protest in front of abortion clinic, Alexandria, Virginia [4-90-5187]
War on drugs briefing at White House [5-90-5489]
Alan Greenspan [5-90-5510]
Pat Buchanan
Abortion: Roe v. Wade
Vietnam Wall 10th Anniversary [11-92-1053]
Alan Greenspan testifying before House committee [8-88-1954], 1988/07/28
Iraq crisis, Saudi Arabia [12-90-6308]
Ed Meese Hearing [8-88-1994]
First Debates Ross/Bush/Clinton, St. Louis, 1992
Edwin Moses in Laguna Beach
2008-039/8 [Restricted] Paul Warnke [12-76-8961], 1976/12/09
Juantia Kreps, also Sen. Sparky Matsunaga [1-77-9106] 1977/01/10
Cyrus Vance before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee [1-77-9108], 1977/01/10-1/11/77
Griffin Bell before the Senate Judiciary Committee [1-77-9104], 1977/01/11-12
Griffin Bell in front of the Supreme Court Building [1-77-9105], 1977/01
Patricia Harris Sen. William Proxmire, and Sen. Robert Morgan before the Senate Housing and Urban Affairs Committee [1-77-9130], 1977/01/10
Ray Marshall, Labor Secretary, before the Senate Labor Committee, 1/77; also Sen. Williams (NJ), Sen. Orrin Hatch (UT), Sen. Cranston (CA) [1-77-9131]
Harold Brown before Senate Armed Services Committee [1-77-9132]
Charles Schultze before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee [1-77-9133], 1977/01/11
Michael Blumenthal before the Senate Finance Committee; includes Sen. Russell Long, Sen. Talmadge, Sen. Harrison Schmidt, Clarence Mitchell [1-77-9134], 1977/01/12
Bob Bergland before Senate Agriculture Committee [1-77-9168], 1977/01
Jack Watson [1-77-9176], 1977/01
Robert Lipschutz, counsel to President Carter; includes President Carter at podium with presidential seal [2-77-9208], 1977/02
President Carter at swearing in of Joseph Califano as Secretary of H. E W; includes Carter in front of Truman photo [2-77-9210], 1977/02
Zbigniew Brzezinski in his office [2-77-9211], 1977/02
Swearing in of Cabinet and Cabinet meeting [2-77-9212], 1977/02
Robert Lipschutz (copy negative) [3-77-9372], 1977/03
Margaret “Midge” Costanza, key Carter aide [3-77-9374], 1977/03
Sec. of Defense Harold Brown and Gen. George Brown (Chief of Joint Chiefs of Staff) before House Armed Services Committee [3-77-9522], 1977/03
Sec. of Defense Harold Brown [3-77-9523], 1977/03
Anne Wexler, special assistant to President Carter [1-79-3265], 1979/01
Paul Warner in his office [2-79-3271], 1979/02
Amy Carter with her new dog named Grits [2-77-9203], 1977/02
Rosalynn Carter in her morning staff meeting [2-77-9206], 1977/02
Jimmy Carter [11-76-8839], 1976/11
President Carter—misc. [2-77-9204], 1977/02
Carters waving goodbye to V. P. Mondale (off on 10 day trip to Europe and Japan) [2-77-9205], 1977/02
Celebrity Wrestling—Hulk Hogan and Mr. T [12-86-3555] 1986/12
Robert McFarlane before House Foreign Relations Committee for the first time on Iran-Contra controversy, includes committee chairman Dante Fascell [12-86-3556], 1986/12/08
House Foreign Affairs hearing on Iran-Contra; includes Dante Fascell, Lt. Col. Oliver North, John Poindexter [12-86-3557], 1986/12
Empty folder [12-86-3566]
Sen. Dan Inouye, Sen. Warren Rudman, at press conference of the Senate Select Committee on the Iran arms deal [12-86-3636], 1986/12/17
Robot family [3-86-1701], 1986/03
Neil Kinnock, British Labor Party, speaking at National Press Club [12-86-3642], 1986/12/04
Rep. James Wright, Rep. Lee Hamilton [12-86-3651], 1986/12
Iran-Contra hearings personalities: William Cohen, Dick Cheney, Daniel Inoue, Ed Miese, Sam Nields, Casper Weinberger, Oliver North, 1987
Jimmy Carter on Capitol Hill [12-76-8919], 1976/11/22-23
Jimmy Carter in St. Simon’s Island, Georgia [1-77-9003], 1977/01
Jimmy Carter carrying and loading luggage, includes Carter deplaning in Albany after St. Simon cabinet meeting [1-77-9112], 1977/01
Jimmy Carter inauguration [1077-9147], 1977/01
Carters greeting people in White House, includes Jody Powell [2-77-9201], 1977/02
Jimmy Carter’s first day, includes Jody Powell, George Wallace, Carter and Mondales 2-77-9202], 1977/02
J. F. Kennedy grave [12-66-1401], 1966/12
Launching of the new aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy, Newport, Mass [5-67-2398], 1967/05/27
Carter and staff (Jody Powell, Hamilton Jordan, Jack Watson. Pat Caddell, Greg Schneiders, Rex Granum)—Church Incident; also Rev. Klennon King and aerials of Plains, GA [12-76-8874]
Watergate—Richard Kleindienst before Senate Judiciary Committee; also columnist Jack Anderson [3-72-9637]
Watergate: Senator J. William Fulbright and Sen. Sam Ervin [2-73-1629]
Watergate hearing [5-73-2284]
H. Robert Haldeman, presidential assistant [5-73-2173]
John Dean (copy regatives) [5-73-2278]
Sen. Howard Baker, Watergate Committee [5-73-2316]
Watergate: Sen. Hugh Scott, Rep. Ford [5-73-2313]
Watergate: Senate Investigating Committee hearings [5-73-2314]
Watergate: James McCord entering U. S District Court and Thomas Oliphant, Boston Globe reporter (arrested for dropping supplies on Wounded Knee, SD) [5-73-2318]
Watergate: H. R. Haldeman [6-73-2351]
Watergate: “John Scali” [6-73-2358]
Watergate: Maurice Stans, Jeb Stuart Magruder [6-73-2412]
John Mitchell--Watergate Committee [7-73-2520]
Watergate: President Nixon speech on television set [8-73-2744]
Watergate: H. R. Haldeman, Ron Ziegler, President and Mrs Nixon, Charles Colson [9-73-2788]
President Nixon’s trip to Texas [10-72-889]
Tricia Nixon’s wedding (dupe folder) [6-71-5513]
President Nixon with his dogs [3-72-9614]
President Nixon’s arrival in Washington from China trip [3-72-9620]
President Nixon with Duke 1937 law school class [5-72-61]
President Nixon at news conference [7-72-326]
President Nixon campaigning in Texas, including party at John Connally’s ranch [10-72-889]
Opening of the “Nixon for President” headquarters [5-67-2375]
Richard Nixon with Rep. Mel Laird [11-67-3719]
Press conference—David Eisenhower and Julie Nixon in Philadelphia; Julie and David at rally in shopping center, Morristown, PA; rally, Madison Square Garden [11-68-7478], 1968/10/31
Richard Nixon and LBJ together [11-68-7641]
Richard Nixon/family at Walter Reed Army Medical Center [11-68-7576]
President Nixon signing Narcotics Bill [10-70-3918]
President Nixon at bill signing ceremony—showing Commerce Sec. Maurice Stans and George Romney [4-71-5003]
Richard Nixon New York and Philadelphia campaign trip [9-68-7124]
President Nixon’s trip to Europe, copy negatives from color [3-69-8787], 1969/02
Nixon victory party [11-72-1060]
President Nixon’s breakfast for congressional leadership, with Speaker Carl Albert, Rep. Gerald Ford [1-73-1376]
Nixon meeting with Sen. Mike Mansfield [1-73-1379]
Nixon departs for Mississippi [5-73-2201]
Nixon and Brezhnev—Camp David, yacht Sequoia, J. D. L demonstrations, dinner at White House (copy negatives with contact sheets) [6-73-2454]
Nixon admitted to hospital [7-73-2534]
National Press Club Dinner; includes President Carter, Sen. Robert Byrd playing violin, Sen. Moynihan [2-77-9207]
Carters dancing at Inauguration (color internegative) [2-77-9289]
Carter meeting with National Security Council [2-77-9223]
Carter’s first press conference [2-77-9303]
Carter (color conversion) [2-77-9305]
Vice-President Mondale [3-77-9398]
President Carter with Sam Brown (director of ACTION) [4-77-9549]
Amy Carter and Jason (her nephew) in her tree house on White House grounds [4-77-9648]
Rosalynn Carter (Woman of the Year Award at Woman’s National Democratic Club) [4-77-9594]
Carter signs Reorganization Act [4-77-9595], 1977/04/06
Carter departing White House [4-77-9646]
Carter with Mr. and Mrs. Yehudi Menuhin [4-77-9647]
Easter Egg Roll at White House; includes Carter women on balcony [4-77-9653]
Carter with energy chief James Schlesinger [4-77-9677]
Carter meeting with Massachusetts congressional delegation [4-77-9686], 1977/04/05
Carter signing Drought Relief Bill [4-77-9701], 1977/04/07
Carter in miscellaneous situations [4-77-9703]
Carter’s energy speech to Congress [4-77-9710], 1977/04/20
Rosalynn Carter in Chicago [4-77-9715]
Carter making a statement on nuclear power policy [4-77-9723], 1977/04/07
Carter at the Organization of American States; includes Ellsworth Bunker and Sol Linowitz together—our negotiating team on the Panama Canal [5-77-9729]
Carter announcing the cancellation of the $50 tax rebate; includes Bert Lance, Jody Powell, George Schultz, W. Michael Blumenthal [5-77-9730]
Carter meeting with Gov. Boren of Oklahoma; James Schlesinger in foreground of some pictures [5-77-9731]
President and Mrs. Carter at the White House [8-77-01216]
Attorney General Griffin Bell press briefing, Assistant Atty. Gen. Civiletti at his right [10-77-0578], 1977/09
Zbigniew Brzesinski [12-77-0872], 1977/05
Carter on election night [11-80-8363], 1980/11/04
Edmund Muskie on “Issues and Answers”; includes Henry Kissinger [11-80-8452]
Carter staff says goodbye to Carters as they leave for Camp David after election [12-80-8602], 1980/11/05
Carter and Hussein [5-77-9752], 1977/05/09
Carter in Italy [7-80-7440]
Carter signing a bill; includes Frank Moore [8-80-7667]
Carter in NYC at National Urban League Convention; includes Mayor Ed Koch listening to speech [8-80-77730]
Carter at Democratic Dinner for Asian Americans at Washington Hilton [8-80-7765], 1980/05/23
Carter at White House Labor Day Picnic [9-80-7879]
Carter campaigning in Michigan and New York [10-80-8163]
Carter campaigning; incudes Columbus Day Parade in NYC, coal mine in Illinois, town meeting in St. Louis [10-80-8229], 1980/10/13
Rosalynn Carter campaigning in Kentucky and Ohio [10-80-8265], 1980/10/20-10/21
Carter press conference [7-79-4157]
Carter’s energy speech on TV off TV screen [8-79-4292]
Carter trip to foreign countries [8-79-4326], 1978/01
Carter, Hamilton Jordan and Gerald Rafshoon [8-79-4345]
Carter head shots [12-79-6025], 1979/12/07
Carter’s announcement on Iran [1-80-6224], 1979/12/21
Rosalynn Carter campaigning in New Hampshire (head shots) [2-80-6464]
Rosalynn Carter campaigning in New Hampshire [2-80-6492]
Carter inflation speech [3-80-6652], 1980/03/14
Carter press conference [3-80-6654] 1980/03/14
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance before Senate Foreign Relations Committee; includes Vance and Sen. Frank Church, Sen. Javits reading, Church holding up copy of UN document [3-80-6698], 1980/03/20
Carter and Begin [4-80-6834], 1980/04/15
Carter at memorial service at Arlington National Cemetery for soldiers killed in Iran rescue mission [5-80-7031], 1980/05/09
Carter in Philadelphia, at town meeting, “Resign Now” sign [5-80-7035]
Carter at Carter-Mondale election committee headquarters [6-80-743]
Carter on Super Tuesday [6-80-7193], 1980/06/03
Carter with Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira of Japan in Washington, DC; includes Carter alone in Rose Garden, William Miller alone in doorway, Carter with Phil Wise [6-80-7215], 1980/05/01
Carter with Summer Olympians [6-80-7358], 1980/03/20
Carter’s trip to Europe for Economic Summit [6-80-7362]
2009-200/2 [Restricted] President Johnson with Bobby Kennedy, entering White House
King Hussein of Jordan
President Johnson with Ludwig Erhard, June 1964
President Johnson press conference, Feb. 1964
LB Johnson activities, Oct. 6, 1965
President Johnson’s operation, Oct. 9, 1965
President Johnson, gall bladder operation, Oct. 7, 1965
President Johnson at Ellis Island, Oct. 1965
LBJ Scar Pictures, 10/12/65
Mrs. Indira Gandhi at White House, March, 1966 [3-66-52]
President Johnson and his cabinet, April 1966 [4-66-86]
President Johnson’s new Beagle dogs
Johnson State of the Union Address, Jan. 1966
President Johnson and VP Humphrey, March 1966
President Johnson meeting with Robert McNamara on return from Saigon, Aug. 1966
President Johnson at American Legion Convention [9-66-817]
Sen. R. Kennedy and Sen. A. Ribicoff [10-66-998]
L.B.J.- Erhard visit to Cape Kennedy [10-66-1053]
President’s operation [11-66-1225]
LBJ after operation, Luci and Pat Nugent [12-66-1304]
LBJ’s return to U.S. from Far East trip [12-66-1306]
Pres. Johnson’s press conference [1-67-1513]
LBJ’s State of Union address and opening session of Congress [1-67-1516]
Arlington Cemetery (Kennedy gravesite) [3-67-1984]
Governor Wallace at Princeton [5-67-2311]
Glassboro Summit [7-67-2630]
Detroit riots [7-67-2815]
Detroit riots 1967 [7-67-2953]
Detroit riots [8-67-2953]
President Dwight Eisenhower [8-67-3096]
Peace rally in Washington D. C., includes Norman Mailer, Oct. 1967
Dean Rusk’s testimony before the Foreign Relations Committee [3-68-5382]
Jackie Kennedy at Expo 1967 [10-67-3421]
Protest - Vietnam War in Washington D. C. [10-67-3539]
President and Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. P. Nugent [11-67-3665]
Lynda B. Johnson and Chuck Rogers [11-67-3670]
Sen. Eugene McCarthy [12-67-3740]
Supreme Court Justices 12-67-3767]
U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk at conference [1-68-4006]
Eugene McCarthy [1-68-4008]
Ronald Reagan [1-68-4021]
Thurgood Marshall [10-67-3448]
Sen. Eugene McCarthy [3-68-5517]
Dean Rusk’s testimony [3-68-5382]
Sen. Eugene McCarthy [3-68-5517]
Washington riots - Dr. M. L. King assassination aftermath [4-68-5724]
Poor People’s March on Washington, 1st day [5-68-5929]
Poor People’s March on Washington, 1st day [5-68-5929]
Memphis rally, 5/1/1968 [5-68-5946]
Rev. Abernathy on balcony of the Lorraine Motel [5-68-5949]
Poor People’s March in Marks, Mississippi [5-68-5972]
Poor People visit the Dept. of Justice [6-68-6222]
Dr. M. L. King Jr. at Washington Cathedral [6-68-6291]
Rep. Convention 1968 [8-68-6755]
Pope’s visit to Bogota, Colombia [8-68-6909]
Democrat Convention, Chicago, Aug. 1968 [8-68-6923]
Burning of draft cards, Baltimore, MD [10-68-7277]
RFK - JFK’s grave, Nov. 22, 1868 [11-68-7821]
Library of Congress [11-68-7888]
R. Nixon and family visiting Eisenhower at Walter Reed [12-68-8024]
Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House [12-68-8025]
Apollo 8 launching [12-68-8084]
President R. Nixon’s first press conference [1-69-8401]
LBJ’s last State of the Union Address [1-69-8321]
Pres. R. Nixon’s trip to Europe [2-69-8759]
Pres. R. Nixon press conference [4-69-9191]
Ted Kennedy in Alaska [4-69-9307]
Pres. Johnson showing operation [4-69-9408]
Sen. Kennedy being charged with leaving scene of accident [7-69-144]
Ted Kennedy accident, Martha’s Vineyard [7-69-156]
L.B. Johnson on front of his seal [7-69-176]
Ted Kennedy and family on family yacht [7-69-221]
Ted Kennedy and family leaving church 7-69-231]
Ted and Joan Kennedy, H.H Humphrey, Mike Mansfield, Ed Muskie [8-69-453]
Sen and Mrs. Ted Kennedy [10-69-837]
Golda Meir [10-69-848]
Vietnam moratorium [11-69-1100]
Jackie Kennedy [11-69-1157]
Hyannis Port- Kennedys on beach, funeral of Joseph P. Kennedy, [11-69-1158]
Edward Kennedy inquest [1-70-1439]
Edward Kennedy inquest, take II [1-70-1449]
Sec Ted Kennedy Skiing [3-70-2075]
Harry Treleaven, Johnny Cash [5-70-2624]
Black Panther demonstration at Yale University [5-70-2632]
Dr. Margaret Mead [5-70-2637]
Rev. Abernathy, Leonard Woodcock, M.L. King children [6-70-2895]
Ralph Nader shopping in supermarket [6-70-3049]
Mrs. Muskie [3-71-4842]
Henry Kissinger [3-71-4843]
Seal killing - Madeleine Islands, Canada [3-71-4871]
Abba Eban [4-71-5008]
Tricia Nixon at White House Easter Egg Roll [4-71-5168]
JFK Memorial Library opening [6-71-5418]
Nixon Wedding [6-71-5513]
Rabbi Meir Kahane, Chairman Jewish Defense League [7-71-5571]
Senate Foreign Relations Comm. [7-71-5579]
Louis Armstrong funeral [7-71-5643]
Leonard Bernstein in front of JFK Center for the Performing Arts[9-11-5882]
Funny political pictures of Nixon, etc. [9-71-5893]
Pres. Nixon’s trip to Dallas [10-71-6033]
Secretary of Treasury Connally [10-71-6038]
President Nixon’s Trip to Alaska [10-71-6041]
Kosygin in Canada [10-71-6059]
Federal Reserve Board, Arthur Burns [10-71-7027]
Marshal Tito [11-71-7066]
Eternal flame at JFK gravesite {11-71-8000]
Animals [11-71-8001]
Evict Nixon demonstration [11-71-8014]
Abortion rally- Washington DC [11-71-8058]
2009-200/4 [Restricted] America Illustrated cable news network [1-83-4712]
President Reagan [10-82-4141]
Terry Herndon, president of Citizens Against Nuclear War [11-82-4191]
Unemployment in Youngstown, Ohio [11-82-4224]
Tattoo convention [12-82-4441]
Nick Orsi [12-82-4498]
Video game parlor, Santa Barbara, California [12-82-4505]
10th anniversary of J.F. Kennedy assassination, 11/22/73, Arlington, VA [11-73-3252]
President Nixon’s secretary Rose Mary Wood and Jill Volner, Watergate hearings [12-73-3324]
Prototype- gas rationing coupons [1-74-3423]
Self-portrait - Dennis Brack [1-74-3425]
Hubert Humphrey [1-72-9230]
Mayor John Lindsay campaigning in Florida [1-72-9231]
HHH campaigning [1-72-9344]
Ted Kennedy [1-72-9403]
Nixon-Brandt Meeting [2-72-9432]
President Nixon Action Awards ceremony [2-72-9530]
President Nixon Meeting with Kurt Waldheim, George Shultz, Ron Ziegler, George Bush, etc.[2-72-9569]
George Wallace – Florida primaries [3-72-9370]
George Meany [4-72-9834]
Pandas - gifts from China to Nixon [4-72-9920]
J. Edgar Hoover [5-72-0096]
R.F.K. Jr. [6-72-171]
George McGovern campaigning in New York [6-72-240]
Photographs of George Wallace and George McGovern [7-72-355]
Democratic Convention [7-72-370]
Democratic Convention [7-72-393]
Democratic Convention [7-72-396]
Senator George McGovern and Sergeant Schriver [8-72-548]
Mrs. Eleanor McGovern and Mrs. Spiro Agnew [8-72-552]
Rep. Convention Conversion [8-72-652]
Senator George McGovern in his office, Lawrence O’Brien at home with wife [9-72-803]
Joan Baez walking to Capitol [1-73-1378]
Memorial service for President Truman [1-43-1384]
Peace Demonstration in Washington [1-73-1385]
President and Mrs. Ford with Ex-Governor and Mrs. Ronald Regan [4-75-5947]
Barbra Streisand concert at JFK Center [3-75-5766]
President and Mrs. Ford after Easter Sunday service, Palm Desert, CA [4-75-5948]
Governor Wallace shooting, 5/17/72 [11-72-1162]
Nixon and Kissinger together [11-72-1217]
President and Mrs. Ford at Palm Springs, California [4-75-5949]
President Ford playing golf at Mt. Dorado Country Club, Palm Springs, CA [4-75-5950]
President Ford at a reception, San Francisco, CA [4-75-5952]
President Ford Speaking to the National Association of Broadcasters, Las Vegas, NV [4-75-5953]
President Ford with Secretary Kissinger and General Weyand [4-75-5954]
President Ford’s trip to California [4-75-5955]
Secretary Henry Kissinger [4-75-5960]
Governor Pat Brown of California [4-75-5964]
President Ford at Ford Theater [4-75-6005]
President Ford press conference in old Executive Office [4-75-6014]
President Gerald D. Ford [4-75-6018]
Judge Gerald Gesell [4-75-6021]
President Gerald Ford in New Orleans [4-75-6023]
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Gen. Fredrick Weyand, 4/21/75 [4-75-6024]
President Gerald D. Ford press conference [4-75-6025]
President Gerald Ford and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, 4/24/75 [4-75-6028]
President Gerald D. Ford at presentation of his printed portrait, 4/24/75 [4-75-6029]
President Gerald Ford at Lexington-Concord bicentennial celebration [4-75-6030]
Vice President Nelson Rockefeller trip to Saudi Arabia [5-75-6033]
Secretary Henry Kissinger in his office at the White House [5-75-6061]
Senator Bennett Johnston [11-86-3413]
Traffic on interstate highway [11-86-3426]
Union Station in Washington D.C. [12-86-3538]
Neil Kinnock, British Labor Party leader, 12/3/86 [12-86-3543]
Actor Martin Sheen feeding the homeless in a soup kitchen on Capitol Hill, incl. activist Mitch Snyder [1-87-3762]
Robert McFarlane testifying before Senate Foreign Relations Committee [1-87-3835]
David Abshire testifying before Senate Armed Forces Committee[1-87-3836]
Senate Confirmation Hearings for Robert Gates as CIA Director [2-87-3999]
Tori Ernest Wittenberg and Associates [1-83-4568]
Anne Gorsuch administration press conference on Super Fund [1-83-4664]
Conversions [1-83-4691]
Secretary of Transportation Drew Lewis Announcing Resignation [1-83-4709]
President Ford and meeting with King Hussein of Jordan, 4/29/75 [5-75-6064]
Rep. Jim Wright and aides [5-75-6065]
President Ford meeting with Governor Hugh Carey and Mayor Abraham Beame [5-75-6134]
Shah of Iran and President Ford, also Ann Margaret, Bob Hope, Roger Smith [5-75-6135]
Shah of Iran visits USA, incl. President Ford, Richard Helms, Robert McNamara, Henry and Nancy Kissinger, Vice Pres. Rockefeller, Daivd Kennerly, Susan Ford, 5/15/ - 5/16/75 [5-75-6144]
Shah of Iran in the USA, also Pres. Ford, Ambassador Zahedi, Ted Kennedy, Goldwater [5-75-6156]
Inter-Negative , Vietnam refugees arriving in California [4-75-5938]
President Ford announcing signing of tax bill [4-75-5941]
President Ford’s address to the Joint Session [4-75-5944]
Henry Kissinger arrives at Palm Springs to meet with Ford [4-75-5945]
Interior of Congress [4-75-5944]
President Ford at the U.S. Naval Petroleum Reserve, Elk Hills, CA [4-75-5946]
President Ford at Bakersfield, California [4-75-5934]
Elliot Richardson [3-75-5767]
Alan Greenspan, Economic Adviser to President Ford [3-75-5795]
Rep. Peter Rodino in Office [3-75-5801]
Jack Anderson [3-75-5828]
President Ford departing Bakersfield, CA [4-75-5933]
Vigil for Civil Rights
2009-200/5 [Restricted] National Conference on Mental Health: Rosalynn Carter, Claude Pepper, Wilber Mills [5-79-3817]
Evan Dobelle, Chairman of the Carter-Mondale Presidential Committee [5-79-3818]
Federal Reserve Open Market Committee [5-79-3819]
Dick Clark, Coordinator for Refugee Affairs at House Judiciary [5-79-3848]
Cash machines, Springfield, VA and Fairfax County, VA [5-79-3866]
Carter Convention [5-79-3815]
Solar panels being installed at the White House [5-79-3816]
Anti-abortion demonstration in Washington D.C. [1-79-3230]
Senator Howard Baker and Rep. John Rhodes [1-79-3242]
Trucking deregulation – incl. Ted Kennedy, Alfred Kahn, Ralph Nader [1-9-3249]
George Meany, incl. Charles Diggs [1-79-3256]
Deng Xiaoping in Washington with Carter [1-79-3258]
A. Daniel O’Neal [1-79-3263]
Council of Economic Advisers, incl. Charles Schultze, Lyle E. Gramley, William Nordhous [1-79-3264]
Joseph Kraft [6-79-3905]
Qais Zawawi [6-79-3907]
Gold buying [6-79-3936]
Congressman Jim Jones [6-79-3937]
American Airlines plane crash investigation [6-79-3976]
Demonstration on Weber Affirmative Action in front of Supreme Court [6-79-3978]
Draft Kennedy Press Conference [6-79-4004]
Sen. Herman Talmadge Before Senate Ethics Committee, incl. Daniel Menchaw[6-79-4016]
Jim Smith, Florida Attorney General [6-79-4031]
William Nelson, Minneapolis, Minn. [2-79-3272]
Leonard Woodcock introducing Deng Xiaoping at an Atlanta (GA) Chamber of Commerce luncheon [2-79-3289]
Jack Anderson in his Washington office [12-78-2974]
Senator Ted Kennedy [12-78-2978]
Judge Harold Greene in his chambers [1-79-3127]
Christopher Fager [1-79-3148]
Cheryl Sterns, woman parachutist [6-79-3962]
Briefing of businessmen at State Department on China trade, incl. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Juanita Kreps [1-79-3226]
Tip O’Neill and John Rhodes [1-79-3227]
Katherine Graham [1-77-9171]
American Iron and Steel Institute [3-79-3486]
Cadillac at the White House [4-79-3564]
Garry Wills [4-79-3610]
Anti-Nuclear Demonstration in Washington, D. C. [4-79-3629]
Albert Brueckmann, Commerce Dept. [4-79-3635]
Senators Robert Byrd and Howard Baker [4-79-3692]
Ralph Nader press conference [4-79-3692]
Senator David Durenberger [4-79-3693]
Rep. John Anderson and Sen. Paul Laxalt [4-79-3694]
Anti-Nuclear demo. in Washington D.C., incl. Ralph Nader, Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda, Barry Commoner [5-79-3708]
Jessica Savitch [5-79-3769]
Jay Van Andel [5-79-3802]
Gas stations in Washington D.C. [5-79-3812]
Black Star Parts, 1978 [2-79-3334]
National Governors Conference, incl. Jerry Brown, James Schlesinger, Henry “Scoop” Jackson, and Ella Grasso [3-79-3380]
Sen. Adlai Stevenson [3-79-3427]
Evan Dobelle with staff members and Chip Carter [6-79-4041]
Gas crisis in Virginia [6-79-4051]
Pres. Carter headshots [6-79-4056]
Alice Rivlin [6-79-4065]
Rep. John Anderson [7-79-4066]
Pres. Carter [7-79-4073]
Mayor Koch and Gov. Carey [3-79-3428]
Mobil, Herb Schmertz [2-79-3296]
Deng [Xiaoping] in Texas [2-79-3304]
Deng Xiaoping in U.S. with Leonard Wood [2-79-3310]
Theodore Mann and Ambassador Ephraim Evron [2-79-3327]
Arthur Burns [3-77-9514]
Catherine Mackin of NBC News [3-77-9515]
Anwar Sadat in Washington [4-77-9597]
Ambassador Anatoly F. Dobrynin [4-77-9654]
George Meany press conference, also Sol Chaikin, Murray Finley, and Pres. Carter [4-77-9657]
Senator Mansfield and Stroke Talbott [4-77-9659]
Amy Carter with her dog [2-77-9253]
Lynda Bird Robb [2-77-9263]
Barbara Jordan [2-77-9278]
Party for Andy Warhol at Iranian Embassy [2-77-9338]
FBI building [J. Edgar Hoover Building] in Washington D.C. [3-77-9347]
Sen. Robert Byrd playing fiddle [3-77-9371]
William Safire NY Times columnist [11-77-9172]
Sally Quinn interviewing Cater aide Gerald Rafshoon [1-77-9173]
Washington Post, incl. Ben Bradlee, William Raspberry, David Broder, Howard Simons, Meg Greenfield [1-77-9174]
Hubert Humphrey tribute in Congress [11-77-0736]
Sol Linowits and Ellsworth Bunker [11-77-0798]
Prince Charles in California, incl. Farrah Fawcett [11-77-0799]
Prison [11-77-0806]
Deaf person using the sign system [11-77-0828]
Maxine Chesire of the Washington Post, 7/1972 [11-77-0829]
Labor Leaders leaving the White House [4-77-9687]
Chip Carter with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band [4-77-9724]
Arthur Burns [6-77-9951]
President Carter giving awards to Mrs. Coretta Scott King and M. L. King, Sr. [7-77-0134]
Gov. Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia and family [8-77-0276]
Leon Jaworski and House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct [9-77-0381]
Celebrity Golf featuring President Ford and Bob Hope [9-77-0443]
Shah of Iran in Washington D.C. [11-77-0844]
Judge Sirica [12-77-948]
Senator Edward Brooke [12-77-0954]
Tip O’Neill [1-78-1108]
Ralph Nader [1-78-1121]
William Cohen, Henry “Scoop” Jackson, John Brademas, George Mahon [1-78-1143]
Hubert Humphrey memorial service in Capitol rotunda, 1/15/78 [1-78-1146]
William Webster, FBI Director [2-78-1238]
Capitol Building in the snow [2-78-1315]
Frank Carlucci, also Senator Hathaway, Senator Bayh [2-78-1318]
Admiral Rickover, incl. Paul Rogers [3-78-1464]
Sen. Russell Long [3-78-1535]
Sen. Sam Nunn [3-78-1535]
Richard Nixon [4-78-1718]
Sen. Sam Nunn [5-78-1897]
George Meany [5-78-1958]
I. M. Pei [5-78-19xx]
Robert McNamara in his office [6-78-2065]
Lobbyist [8-78-2379]
Sen. William Roth and Rep. Jack Kemp [8-78-2421]
Sen. Ted Kennedy, incl. George Meany and Lane Kirkland [8-78-2423]
James Earl Ray [8-78-2439]
Barbara Jordan [12-76-8958]
Tip O’Neill and Jim Wrights [12-76-8960]
Rosalynn Carter [11-76-8760]
President Ford Giving his last State of the Union speech [1-77-9107]
Carter in Washington, 11/22/1976 [12-76-8918]
Rep. Thomas Foley of Washington [12-76-8956]
President Ford Receiving a science award [12-76-8927]
2009-200/7 [Restricted] Sen. Ted Kennedy in Philadelphia with Bill Green [10-79-4816]
Sheikh Yamani in Washington, 10/18/79 [10-79-4819]
Russian Embassy complex in Washington D. C. [11-79-4856]
Pope John Paul II in Philadelphia [11-79-4857]
Sen. Howard Baker announcing for President and campaigning [11-79-4878]
Anti-Nuclear demo. at Department of Energy in Washington DC [11-79-4879]
Stephen Smith announcing Kennedy for President committee [11-79-4880]
John Pekkanen [11-79-4898]
Sen. Ted Kenney announcing for President in Boston, 11/7/1979 [11-79-4908]
Ted Kennedy staffers Paul Kirk and Carl Wagner [11-79-4930]
Sen. Ted Kennedy campaigning [11-79-4962]
9 Contact Sheets [11-79-4981]
Midnight Gardener [12-79-6007]
Harold Kelly, Republic Steel for AISI [12-79-6087]
Thomas Boggs and Mark Green [1-80-6111]
Federal Reserve Board of Governors [1-80-6121]
Rep. Peter Kostmayer, campaign pin [1-80-6184]
Sen. Howard Baker [1-80-6218]
Memorial service for George Meany [1-80-6223]
Henry Kissinger in his office in Washington, Sept. 19, 1979 [10-79-4723]
Gold sign in window of Deak and Co., Inc. [10-79-4750]
Rev. Jerry Falwell and Liberty Baptist College [10-79-4763]
Susan B. Anthony dollars in a pile at American Security Bank in Washington, D. C. [1-80-6231]
Robert Hays [1-80-6232]
6 Contact Sheets [1-80-6236]
Sen. Ted Kennedy campaigning in Kentucky with John Y. Brown [10-79-4776]
Scouting [10-79-4796]
Pres. Carter at opening of Kennedy Library [10-79-4799]
Susan Stamberg and Bob Edwards of “All Things Considered” [8-79-4490]
Frank Mankiewicz, director of National Public Radio in his office [8-79-4491]
Sen. Ted Kennedy during hearings on health and women[9-79-4506]
Sen. Lloyd Bentsen [9-79-4507]
Sen. Foreign Relations Committee [2-80-6475]
Sen. Ted Kennedy campaigning in New Hampshire [2-80-6494]
Abscam House and Harrison Williams [2-80-6497]
International Masonry Institute, Ray Lackey [2-80-6503]
Nick Peterson Portrait [2-80-6515]
Republican platform hearings 1/14/80 [2-80-6441]
Sen. Howard Baker campaigning in Iowa [2-80-6459]
George Bush campaigning in New Hampshire, Sen. Edward Kennedy campaigning in New Hampshire [2-80-6460]
George Eads [9-79-4513]
Boat people [9-79-4555]
Sen. Ted Kennedy with Time Reporter John Stacks in Kennedy’s Capitol office[9-79-4635]
Jerry Brown in New Hampshire [10-79-4669]
Paul Volcker, Chairman of the Federal Reserve [10-79-4670]
Senators Howard Baker, James Sasser and Frank Church [10-79-4672]
Aerial of the White House and Washington Monument [10-79-4674]
Sen. Ted Kennedy at a press conference on revision of Federal Criminal Code, incl. Peter Rodino and Benjamin Civiletti [8-79-4352]
Chief Justice Warren Burger [8-79-4414]
Street Vendors and Deak-Perera window [8-79-4437]
Senators Javits and Church on SALT II [8-79-4442]
Press conference on SALT II, incl. group shot of senators [8-79-4443]
Rep. Steven Symms [8-79-4444]
John Dolan teaching seminar hosted by NPAC for prospective campaign managers [8-79-4446]
Sen. John Durkin in his office [8-79-4448]
A.I.D.S. demonstration in front of White House [12-87-0153]
NFL Players Association, Gene Upshaw [12-87-0198]
Rep. Charles Wilson in his office [2-80-6465]
Budget summit [12-87-0199]
Jesse Jackson at NBC/Republic/Democrat debate at Kennedy Center [1-88-0332]
An experiment in training the wild at Canyon City, CO [1-88-0334]
Anti-Abortion in Washington D.C. [2-88-0494]
Pres. Carter in the Middle East, 1979
Cherry blossom in Washington [8-79-4331]
Camp David Accord – peace treaty signing [8-79-4338]
V.P. George Bush and Sen. Robert Dole [6-88-1518]
Defense Secretary Frank Carlucci testifying on drugs in the military [6-88-1519]
Cleaning the Capitol dome [7-88-1576]
USSR Field Marshal Akhromeyev and Adm. William J. Clove [?] [7-88-1624]
Dukakis and Bentsen at NAACP [7-88-1689]
Detroit riots, 1967 [8-88-1941]
James Brunley, Sec. of Transportation, incl. Sens. John Kerry, John Breaux, and Brock Adams [11-87-0088]
Ronald Reagan, fall 1987 [11-87-0139]
Robert Dutton at Iran-Contra hearing [11-87-0146]
Iran-Contra hearings, Elliot Abrams [11-87-0149]
Elliot Abrams, Assistant Secretary of State at Iran-Contra hearings, 1987 [11-87-0151]
Iowa caucuses [3-88-0722]
George Bush, 3/2/88 [3-88-0916]
George Bush in South Carolina, 3/3/88 [3-88-0917]
James Blum, Congressional Budget Director [4-88-1021]
Matthew Alexander Henson (Adm. Perry’s expedition to North Pole) [4-88-1140]
Frank Lorenzo, CEO Texas Air [5-88-1246]
“Stark” Crisis memorial service, Jacksonville, FL [6-87-8801]
One Moment of the World, female bodybuilding, Olympus project [4-87-4423]
National Association of Manufacturing [6-87-8816]
Iran-Contra hearing [6-87-8901]
Iran Scam Hearing, Noel Koch, Henry Gafney [6-87-8981]
Pope John Paul II in New Orleans and Phoenix [2-88-0495]
Ed Meese, Iran-Contra hearing, incl. Rep. Peter Rodino, Sen. George Mitchell [3-88-0661]
Secretary of Energy John Herrington [2-87-4045]
Italian American Foundation Dinner – Geraldine Ferraro, Ronald Reagan, George Bush [3-87-4085]
Washington D. C. Anti-Nuclear demonstration [3-87-4117]
Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir of Israel [2-87-4172]
Copy Negatives [3-87-4194]
Hurricane Aioma [Arlene?] damage on the Texas Gulf Coast [3-87-4197]
General Stroessner of Paraguay and General Morales of Peru arriving at Andrews Air Force Base, approx. 1977 [3-87-4198]
President Carter at OAS signing ceremony, 6/1/77 [3-87-4199]
President Carter at OAS signing ceremony, 6/1/77 [3-87-4199]
Press conference by Rep. Jack Kemp and Sen. Phil Gramm [3-87-4277]
Drug dog used by Howard County (MD) police to search for drugs in schools [3-87-4278]
Horse taming (training program for prisoners)
Clayton Yeutter and Sen. Baldridge [4-87-4349]
Search for Satchmo (Louis Armstrong) [4-87-4417]
Marine security training, Quantico, VA [4-87-4487]
Jacques Chirac press conference, 4/7/87 [4-87-4422]
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown with Senator Ted Kennedy in Kentucky, Oct. 1979 [4-87-4495]
Paul Volcker [4-87-4498]
President Reagan and Prime Minister Jacques Chirac announce US-French agreement on AIDS research, 3/30/87 [4-87-4507]
Biden’s headquarters [4-87-4520]
Gary Hart announcement in Colorado [4-87-4521]
Senator Paul Simon announces his candidacy for President [5-87-8627]
Iran Scam [5-87-8789]
Iran-Contra hearing, Donald Reagan [10-87-9849]
Pat Schroeder, 6/22/84 [11-87-9905]
Ferraro and Sally Ride, 6/22/84 [11-87-9907]
AIDS demonstrations in Washington [11-87-9918]
President Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua at National Press Club, Nov. 1987 [11-87-0039]
Judge Anthony Kennedy nomination with President Reagan [11-87-0048]
Poindexter testifying Iran-Contra Hearing [8-87-9272]
Mobile telephone [9-87-9493]
C. Weinberger, Iran-Contra hearing [9-87-9577]
Edwin Meese, Iran-Contra hearing [9-87-9578]
Supreme Court Justices John Paul Stevens, William Brennan, Jr., Harry Blackman, September 1987 [10-87-9710]
Mayor Marion Barry, Washington D. C. [11-87-9709]
Jesse Jackson and family [10-87-9840]
AIDS demonstrations in Washington [10-87-9845]
Oliver North, Iran-Scam hearing [10-87-9848]
Adm. Poindexter testifying, incl. lawyer Richard Breckler and Mrs. Poindexter [7-87-9170]
V.P. George Bush and supporters on steps of Capitol [8-87-9232]
Fredrick Chien, Taiwan’s Chief Representative to Washington [8-87-9289]
Oliver North testifying, Iran-Contra hearing [8-87-9271]
Iran-Contra hearing Robert McFarland [6-87-8919]
Iran Scam hearings Stanley Sporkin testifying [7-87-9049]
Iran Scam hearings [7-87-9153]
2009-200/8 [Restricted] General Schwartzkopf portrait, interview, etc. [2-91-6435A]
Kuwait aftermath since March 7, 1991 [3-91-6585C]
Powell, Cheney Schwartzkopf in Saudi Arabia February 8, 1991 [2-91-6435B]
Gulf War press briefing February 9, 1991 [2-91-6459]
Gulf crisis, incl. Tom Brokaw, August 21, 1990 [8-90-6746]
Gulf crisis, USS Independence, military command post [8-90-6747]
Gulf War, August 14 and 15, 1990
Gulf War Saudi and Kuwaiti troops moving through desert in Kuwait [3-91-6606]
Gulf War, U.S. Army medical base [3-91-6607]
Gulf War, U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia [3-91-6608]
Gulf War, Patriot missile, Saudi Arabia [3-91-6590]
Gulf War, General Schwartzkopf [9-90-6114]
Press coverage of Gulf War, Saudi Arabia [1-91-6389]
U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia [1-91-6413]
American medical base in Saudi Arabia and Saudi troops entering Kuwait [3-91-6527]
Kuwait Liberation Day and aftermath, Feb. 28 – March 6, 1991 [3-91-6585A]
Kuwait: before and after, Feb. 14 – March 7, 1991 [3-91-6585B]
Neil Bush [5-90-5587]
Post office census taking [11-90-6253]
Vietnamese murders [11-90-6255]
Senator Dan Quayle campaigning [2-89-2902]
President Bush at Washington University in St. Louis, MO [2-89-2903]
War in the gulf, February 5, 1991 [2-91-6463]
Gulf War, Saudi Arabia, Patriot Missile battery [2-91-6500]
Press Pool at work; missile being reloaded February 17, 1991 [2-91-6508]
Gulf War [2-91-6510]
Gulf War British helicopters [3-91-6522]
Governor Michael Dukakis campaign, Tennessee, October 6, 1988 [11-88-2420]
Bush in Nebraska [12-88-2425]
George Bush campaign [12-88-2426]
Craig Fuller and George Bush [12-88-2427]
Bushes aboard airplane [12-88-2428]
Genetic engineering [4-89-3180]
President George Bush in Hungary, July 1989 [7-89-3909]
Drugs [10-89-4259]
Russian goods display [1-89-2634]
Richard Cheney [3-89-3057]
Pro-choice abortion rally Washington D.C. [4-89-3107]
Louis Sullivan, Sec. H.E.W. [6-89-3679]
Businessman [8-89-3989]
Ras-Algar desalination plant [5-91-6658]
Richard Darman, Phil Gramm, Texas [6-91-6685]
President Bush, fishing trip, Islamorada, Fla. [6-89-3687]
Alan Greenspan, Head of Federal Reserve Board [6-89-3696]
Speaker Tom Foley, Sen. George Mitchell, and Sen. Edward Kennedy [8-89-3969]
William Reilly, Director of E.P.A., at Senate hearing, March 3, 1989 [8-89-3990]
Barbara and George Bush, Dept. of Health and Human Services [8-89-3991]
Jack Remp, H.U.D., March 2, 1989 [8-89-3992]
David Rudder, SEC Chair [6-89-368]
CBS reporters, March – April 1984 [3-84-7522]
Franz and Cox [1-84-7112]
CBS executives [3-84-7522]
ITT Children’s Museum [10-82-4117]
Governor du Pont of Delaware [1-84-7121]
Jack Valenti at home with his video tape player [2-84-7177]
Ted Koppel (of ABC News) [2-84-7218]
Ex. Sen. George McGovern campaigning [3-84-7301]
Walter Mondale campaigning in Iowa [3-84-7303]
Chancellor Helmut Kohl of Germany [3-84-7365]
Hart running in Central Park, April 1, 1984 [4-84-7416]
Debate [4-84-7417]
Judy Woodruff [2-84-7458]
President Reagan with King Hussein and Pres. Mubarak, 2/15/1984 [2-84-7468]
New Hampshire primary, incl. Sen. Gary Hart and Sen. Ernest Hollings [1-84-7093]
Walter Mondale and Rep. Tip O’Neill [2-84-7336]
Mondale in Iowa [2-84-7491]
Sen. Gary Hang in New Hampshire [3-84-7531]
Jesse Jackson in Alabama [3-84-7560]
President Reagan with Helmut Kohl [3-94-7565]
Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro in New York campaigning on Labor Day [9-84-8544]
Jesse Jackson campaigning in Philadelphia, 12/14/1983 [12-83-6823]
George Bush vacationing in Florida [1-89-2693]
Bush in Chicago, 1992
William Seidman FDIC [6-89-3686]
Vaclav Havel, Lee Iococca [5-90-5511]
2009-200/11 [Restricted] High schools in Fairfax County, Virginia [7-78-2281]
Government Printing Office in Washington D.C. [3-78-1463]
Bureaucracy [3-78-1511]
American Iron and Steel [10-78-2664]
Ian Smith and [Sithole?] speaking to the American Conservative Union[10-78-2692]
Assassination of Orlando Letelier [9-76-8539]
National Security Agency [2-78-1227]
Senator Robert Byrd press conference, 1/3/78 [2-78-1234]
Tad Szulc, author [4-78-1725]
Iowa State Fair [9-76-8543]
Gardens [4-76-7836]
Female construction worker Elizabeth Howard [1-76-7314]
Athabasca tar sands [3-76-7570]
Opening of “All the President’s Men” at the Kennedy Center [4-76-7733]
Jack Limpart of Washingtonian Magazine [3-76-7566]
Henry J. Kaufman, Bricklayers’ Annual Report [7-75-6518]
Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing on nomination of George H.W. Bush as Director of CIA [1-76-7296]
Dealing with violent patients [6-75-6200]
Voting hands [4-74-4035]
Dennis Brack in front of chartered Lear Jet for Queen Elizabeth [5-74-4161]
The Exorcist [3-74-3869]
John Gardner – Common Cause [10-74-5178]
Birds, Graceham, MD [3-74-3864]
Flight data recorder (Eastern Flight 66) being examined, 6/26/75 [7-75-6402]
Presentation of Book “Portrait of a President” to Ford [5-75-6095]
NBC Reporter John Cochram gives a dawn report from inside White House [5-75-6063]
President Ford Motorcade at airport [7-75-6462]
Christening of U.S.S. Eisenhower [10-75-6838]
“King of Capitol Hill” [9-75-6728]
White House Mail Room [6-75-6177]
President Ford announcing Energy Bill decision [1-76-7284]
John Stansberry, Senate Page [8-78-2445]
Women in the military [1-78-2746]
Exxon: Surinam and Venezuela [1-75-5541]
Governor David Pryor of Arkansas [9-76-8518]
Jerry Parsky, Treasury Department [11-74-5280]
Twin Falls County Fair and Rodeo [3-75-5765]
Vietnam orphan’s arrival at San Francisco International Airport [4-75-5937]
Senator Mike Mansfield leaving White House [12-74-5369]
Hugh Sidey and Hays Gorey covering Watergate trial [2-75-5625]
Customer receiving coupons at giant store [3-75-5815]
H.E.W. Secretary Joseph Califano Jogging [6-78-2110]
New York Stock Exchange [12-74-5432]
Rep. Wright Patman, 1/15/75 [3-75-5719]
Henry Kissinger with Hans Dietrich Genscher [7-74-4479]
Ford’s Economic Advisors [10-74-5113]
Opening of N.A.T.O. [5-77-9926]
Richard Holbrooke [5-77-9756]
Georgetown Section, Washington D.C. [4-77-9562]
Moving office furniture in Washington D.C. [12-76-8921]
Maxine Cheshire makes cookies [12-76-8978]
Kissinger with Globetrotters [12-76-8974]
Mark Russell at Shoreham Hotel [7-76-8220]
Mayor Frank Rizzo of Philadelphia [7-76-8270]
Arthur Burns [11-77-0727]
Rep. Clarence Brown for Congress [7-74-4472]
Rural Electric [8-74-4678]
Henry Kissinger With Bernard and Martin Kalb [8-74-4728]
Senator Edward Brooke [8-74-4727]
Impeachment hearings, 7/26/74 [8-74-4770]
Economic Summit [10-74-5020]
Tad Seulc [10-74-5092]
Tourist lines in Washington [6-76-8042]
Greg Schneiders, Rex Granum, Hamilton Jordan [12-76-8874]
Concord airplane taking off [1-77-9881]
Sans Souci restaurant, Washington D.C. [12-76-8986]
Carter transition (minor staffers) [12-76-8965]
Alice Rivlin testifying before Joint Economic Committee [4-77-9611]
Esther Peterson, Presidential Assistant for Consumer Affairs [4-77-9601]
Refurbishing the Capitol [4-77-9608]
Winter in Pennsylvania 1977 [2-77-9292]
National Gallery [3-77-9413]
Washington D.C. hostage story [3-77-9414]
Chip and Caron Carter and James Earl Carter IV [3-77-9475]
Marriott Corp. [2-77-9295]
Federal Reserve Board of Governors [3-75-5803]
Opening of Congress [2-77-9224]
Daniel Schorr on assignment at Capitol [7-75-6478]
National Gallery of Art [3-77-9413]
Illustrations on Coffee [3-77-9410]
Jim Jones, Tulsa Congressman [7-77-0125]
Beach and oil tanker [7-77-0079]
Heat wave [8-77-0245]
Passengers walking to airplane and armored truck [7-77-0133]
Richard Viguerie, “Stop the Panama Canal give-away movement” [10-77-0574]
House of Representatives Government Operations Committee on FBI fires [1-76-7353]
The economy - cash rebates at Levitz Furniture stores [3-75-5814]
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger at State Department Ceremony, 4/22/75 [4-75-6027]
Wiretap illustration [5-74-4197]
Antal Dorati [8-74-4812]
Kennedy Center production of Mozart opera Idomeneo [7-74-4637]
Secretary of State Kissinger with Iran Ambassador Zahedi and Minister of Finance Ansary [4-75-5887]
President Ford in Texas [4-76-7826]
President Ford with Richard Cheney, 4/22/76 [4-76-7832]
President Ford speaking at Jefferson Memorial, 4/13/76 [4-76-7831]
Washington D.C. subway, 3/31/76 [4-76-7830]
President and Mrs. Ford with Outstanding Young Women of America [12-75-7099]
William Simon press conference, 11/20/75 [12-75-7098]
Senate Armed Service Committee hearings on nominations, 12/16/75 [1-76-7327]
William Greener [1-76-7325]
Hanging of Calder mobile at the National Gallery in Washington [5-78-1899]
Mobil Board of Directors Second Sitting [12-78-3052]
Mobil: several members of Board of Directors [12-78-3008]
Lobbyists in Washington [8-78-2379]
Lobbyists [8-78-2365]
Medical pictures [10-76-8639]
Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld and General George Brown [10-76-8687]
Moving van moving things into Executive Office buildings [2-77-9109]
Empty Presidential Reviewing Stand [1-77-9166]
National Gallery [5-78-1935]
Pictures of Senator McGovern, 5/5/75 - 5/8/75 [6-75-6137]
Exhibit of Time Cover Pictures [5-78-1926]
Leslie Stahl [4-77-9554]
2010-161/1 [Restricted] President Nixon’s second inauguration [1-73-1491]
Alcoholism – illustrations [3-73-1778]
Truman funeral, Independence, incl. Nixon, Feb. 1973 [2-73-1981]
Ambassador Mike Mansfield
Ethel Kennedy, tennis at Georgetown University [12-71-8097]
Henry Kaufman, Mrs. Muskie [12-71-8099]
Sen. Edmund Muskie [1-72-9210]
Mayor John Lindsay [1-72-9212]
Rep. Shirley Chisholm [1-72-9213]
Richard Nixon [1-72-9227]
White House at night [4-73-2006]
Sec. Earl Butz, Agriculture Dept., speaking before National Press Club, April 1973 [4-73-2032]
Congressional night at the circus [4-73-2033]
Sen. Sam Ervin, Watergate [4-73-2034]
Frank Sinatra at the White House [4-73-2142]
Pres. Nixon arrival at Andrews Air Force Base [4-73-2164]
John Ehrlichman, presidential assistant [5-73-2174]
Ethel Kennedy and Sen. Edward Kennedy, press conference at Hickory Hill [5-73-2202]
Watergate apartment complex [5-73-2214]
Elliot Richardson at confirmation hearing for Attorney General, Senate Judiciary Committee [5-73-2227]
Watergate hearing [5-73-2283]
L. Patrick Gray, former acting chief of the FBI [5-73-2288]
A. Cox and E. Richardson [5-73-2290]
John Dean, activities outside home [5-73-2229]
James McCord entering U.S. District Court with Henry Rothblatt and Bernard Fensterwald (Watergate) [5-73-2317]
Richard Helms, ex. C.I.A. (Watergate) [5-73-2322]
John Ehrlichman (Watergate) [6-73-2355]
Henry Kissinger (Watergate) [6-73-2357]
Sen. Daniel Inouye (Watergate) [6-73-2361]
Sen. Ervin and Baker [6-73-2371]
Sam Dash – alone and with Sam Ervin [6-73-2372]
Sen. Joseph Montoya (Watergate) [6-73-2373]
Cubans Barker and Martinez (Watergate) [6-73-2375]
Gen. Cushman, Jay Schlesinger, Sen. Symington (Watergate) [6-73-2376]
Vice Pres. Agnew in Cleveland, 6/2/73 [6-73-2394]
Nixon and Breshnev, 6/73 [6-73-2463]
George Wallace and Ted Kennedy, July 4, 1973 [7-73-2502]
Gerald Ford swimming [11-73-3136]
Leon Jaworski [11-73-3142]
Justice Dept. crisis after firing Archibald Cox, resignation of Elliot Richardson [11-73-3198]
Vice President Agnew playing tennis one week before resignation [11-73-3219]
Kathleen Kennedy wedding in Washington D.C. 11/17/1973 [11-73-3249]
Lyn Nofziger, Henry Kissinger, Mike Deaver, Wexford Estate [9-80-7940]
Frank Sinatra presenting muscular dystrophy [award] with Pres. and Mrs. Reagan [6-81-0110]
Sec. of State George Shultz being sworn in [8-82-3581]
Pres. Reagan addressing the United Nations [6-82-3116]
Pres. Reagan with Sec. of State designate George Shultz [7-82-3240]
Pres. Reagan and Prime Minister Begin of Israel [6-82-3154]
Reagan’s trip to Europe – economic summit at Versailles [6-82-3099]
Secretary of the Interior James Watt speaking at National Forest Products Association, 5/12/82 [5-82-2976]
Attorney General William French Smith and Assistant Attorney General William Baxter
Confirmation hearings – Richard Schweiker and Donald T. Regan [1-81-8905]
Major General Alexander Haig, Jr. [10-72-959]
George Bush campaigning in New Hampshire, 2/12/80 [2-80-6416]
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Reagan on ranch [9-76-8452]
Ronald Reagan announcing for President [11-79-4971]
Ronald Reagan, incl. John Sears, Paul Laxalt, Jack Kemp, Reagans together [11-79-4981]
Reagan campaigning [11-79-4981]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in New Hampshire [2-80-6493]
Ronald Reagan in Philadelphia [9-80-7946]
Misc. Reagan photographs [11-80-8391]
Reagan cabinet designates [12-80-8683]
Reagan with Henry Kissinger at Wexford [10-80-82-45]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in Ohio and Michigan [10-80-8229]
Pres. Reagan in Canada with Prime Minister Trudeau [3-81-9532]
Sec. of Defense Casper Weinberger [9-81-0967]
Alexander Haig, confirmation hearings for Secretary of State [1-81-8861]
President Reagan – head and shoulder shots, Oct. 1981 [10-81-1126]
Richard Allen [7-81-0483A]
David Stockman, Director of Management and Budget [2-81-9285]
Sec. of Defense Caspar Weinberger at a press conference [10-81-1098]
Sec. of Interior James Watt [3-81-9530]
Ed Meese, 12/1/80 [12-80-8613]
Sec. of Treasury Donald Regan [1-81-8905]
Sec. of State Haig before Senate committee [3-81-9551]
James Watt, Secretary of the Interior [8-81-0530]
Pres. Reagan and Cabinet meeting; Reagan with Stockman and Sec. of Treasury Donald Regan [2-81-9240]
David Stockman [1-81-8890]
Reagan with aides; also incl. Regan with George Bush, Ed Meese, Richard Allen, Gerald Ford, and James Baker [1-81-8801]
Ronald Reagan addressing B’nai Brith convention, 9/80 [2-82-2091]
George Bush campaigning in New Hampshire [12-79-6068]
Ronald and Nancy Reagan campaigning in Illinois, 10/18/80 [10-80-8256]
Ed Meese, Caspar Weinberger, and Gen. Tom Turnage [1-82-1894]
Pres. Reagan’s first press conference, 1/29/81 [2-81-9059]
Pres. Reagan with Pres. Chun Doo-hwan of Korea [2-81-9078]
Murray Weidenbaum, Chairman of [Council of] Economic Advisors [2-81-9138]
Pres. Reagan with David Stockman and Sec. of Treasury Donald Regan [11-81-1436]
Pres. Reagan press conference, Jan. 1982 [1-82-1881]
Pres. Reagan – press conference, 2/19/82 [2-82-2152]
George Bush – silhouette [2-82-2099]
German Prime Minister Helmut Schmidt in Washington, D.C., May, 1981 [6-81-0166]
Pres. Reagan and Pres. Lopez Portillo of Mexico [6-81-0221]
Nancy Reagan on White House balcony [6-81-0213]
Sec. of Labor Ray Donovan [1-81-8810]
Transition, Carter to Reagan administration, Washington D.C., incl. Ed Meese and William Casey [11-80-8468]
Reagan and Congress [4-81-9845]
Reagan at podium with presidential seal; Deputy White House Press Secretary Larry Speakes, Att. Gen. William French Smith [7-81-0427]
Ronald Reagan silhouette [11-75-7059]
Jim Brady press conference [1-81-8822]
David Stockman before House Budget Committee [2-82-2161]
David Stockman, Donald Regan, and Murray Weidenbaum, testifying before House Appropriate Committee, incl. Chairman Jaime Whitten [2-82-2115]
Maureen Reagan, 1980 Republican Convention [7-80-7487A]
Ronald Reagan [10-80-8229]
Pres. Carter, press conference 4/22/77 [4-77-9726]
Senate Budget Committee [5-77-9753]
Brock Adams, Sec. of Transportation [5-77-9816]
James Schlesinger, Energy Advisor [5-77-9838]
Stansfield Turner, CIA Director [5-77-9812]
Sec. of H.E.W. Califano [5-77-9822]
Andrew Young [3-77-9392]
Hamilton Jordan [3-77-9425]
Sec. of Defense Harold Brown testifying before Senate Armed Services Committee [3-77-9456]
James Schlesinger briefing at the White House, 3/1/77 [3-77-9458]
Pres. Carter with Schlesinger at strip mining hearings in West Virginia [3-77-9537]
Sec. of Defense Harold Brown and Georg Leber of Germany [4-77-9555]
Sec. of Defense Harold Brown and Joseph Luns, Sec. Gen. of NATO [4-77-9655]
Sec. of State Vance in his State Dept. Office [4-77-9568]
Jody Powell, briefing press in White House press room, 11/28/77 [1-78-1120]
Joseph Califano [1-78-1139]
Andrew Young [1-78-1141]
Stansfield Turner, CIA Director [2-78-1227]
Stansfield Turner, CIA Director [2-78-1260]
Sec. of Treasury Michael Blumenthal [3-78-1460]
William Miller, Federal Reserve Chairman [3-78-1465]
Barry Bosworth, Director of Council on Wage and Price Stability [3-78-1568]
Cyrus Vance, 2/24/77 [3-77-9391]
Sec. of State Vance, press conference at the State Dept., 12/6/77 [12-77-0958]
Cyrus Vance, press conference [1-79-3149]
Zbigniew Brzezinski [1-79-3226]
James McIntyre, Budget Director [1-79-3237]
William Miller, Chairman of Fed. Reserve Board testifying before House Banking Committee [1-79-3254]
Zbigniew Brzezinski [1-79-3255]
Frank Moore, Asst. to the President for Congressional Liason [12-77-0900]
Warren Christopher [4-78-1758]
Robert Strauss [6-78-2115]
James McIntyre, Jr. and Lester Fettig (Admin. for Federal Procurement in O.M.B.) [7-78-2300]
Gerald Rafshoon [10-78-2728]
Benjamin Civiletti, Asst. Attorney General [3-78-1583]
Sec. of State Cyrus Vance [4-78-1747]
Sec. and Mrs. Vance in their home [4-78-1748]
Pres. Carter and Midge Costanza [8-77-0242]
Cyrus Vance testifying on Panama Canal Treaty before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee [10-77-0570]
Bert Lance leaving White House after meeting with President Carter, 8/15/77 [10-77-0576]
Bert Lance and Pres. Carter[10-77-0577]
Sec. of Treasury James Barker in his office, 2/4/85 [2-85-9306]
David Stockman – Budget Director [2-85-9283]
Sec. Caspar Weinberger and Gen. Bernard William Rogers [8-82-3674]
Pres. Reagan’s press conference, 7/28/82 [8-82-3511]
Mike Deaver, top advisor to Pres. Reagan, in his office in the White House [5-82-2967]
Pres. Reagan’s trip to Cheyenne, WY, Albuquerque, NM, and Los Angeles, CA, 3/2/82 [3-82-2263]
Vice Pres. George Bush (head and shoulders shots), press conference, 1/27/83 [2-83-4870]
Pres. Reagan with Robert McFarlane [10-83-6423]
William Ruckelshaus, E.P.A. Administrator [3-83-5167]
Pres. Reagan with William Clark, new National Security Advisor [1-82-1798]
Paul Volcker and Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve meeting [2-82-2056]
Paul Volcker before the House Finance Committee [2-82-2127]
Paul Volcker, Federal Reserve Chairman [3-82-2342]
Jody Powell and Zbigniew Brzezinski [6-77-9912]
Hamilton Jordan and Jody Powell [6-77-9912]
Andrew Young in Geneva [7-77-0066]
Jody Powell announcing latest developments on Korean Crisis, 7/13/77 [7-77-0140]
Pres. Carter with James Schlesinger on off-shore oil rig [8-77-0222]
Sec. of Interior James Watt at Patuxent Research Center [8-83-5959]
Sec. of State George Shultz – press conference, 6/22/83 [7-83-5783]
Sec. of Agriculture John Block – press conference [8-83-5963]
Democratic mini-convention in Memphis [12-78-2978]
Pres. Carter in Guadaloupe [1-79-3147]
Pres. Carter [1-79-3150]
Pres. Carter press conference, 1/18/79 [1-79-3205]
Pres. Carter press conference [3-79-3414]
Pres. Carter in Israel and Egpyt [3-79-3501]
Pres. Carter in Oval Office – reaction to vote in Congress on energy [5-79-3849]
Pres. Carter – in meeting with editors in Cabinet room, meeting with Gov. Fob James of Alabama [6-79-3939]
Pres. Carter meeting with auto executives [6-79-3911]
Carter and Ted Kennedy [6-79-4058]
Pres. Carter, James Schlesinger, and Stuart Eizenstat briefing on Califonia gas crisis [7-79-4072]
Pres. Carter speaking to the U.F.C.W.U. [7-79-4142]
James Schlesinger [5-76-7902]
2010-161/4 [Restricted] RFK funeral, St. Patrick’s gravesite
Joseph Califano before Senate Finance Committee and Ray Marshall before Senate Labor Committee [2-77-9293]
State dinner at the White House (Carter negatives)
Civil rights demonstration, Washington, D.C., March 12, 1965
Pres. Carter with Schlesinger [2-77-9291]
Impeachment hearings, July 23, 1974 [7-744617]
Arraignment of Mitchell, Haldeman, Colson, Parkinson, etc., March 9, 1974 [3-74-3789]
Watergate – Lawyers at U.S. Federal District Court [3-74-3828]
Veterans protest at Washington Monument [4-74-3882]
Zacchini – human cannonball being shot out of a cannon at opening of Phillies’ baseball season [4-74-3926]
Nixon in Michigan [4-74-3957]
Watergate: Dwight Chapin trial [4-74-3950]
Nixon in Michigan [4-74-4052]
Impeachment rally [4-74-4077]
William Simon, Secretary of Treasury [5-74-4157]
Impeachment hearings, July 10, 1974 [7-74-4529]
White House coverage, May 1974 [5-74-4203]
Impeachment hearings, May 15, 1974 [5-74-4205]
Impeachment hearings, May 16, 1974 [5-74-4206]
Ron Ziegler – White House press briefing [7-73-2503]
Ron Ziegler press conference [7-73-2539]
Judge Sirica [7-73-2565]
Leonard Garment, Charles Wright, and Ron Ziegler [7-73-2602]
Nixon’s press conference [9-73-2776]
Watergate: Herbert Kalmbach, John Mitchell [9-73-2787]
Kissinger at confirmation hearings [9-73-2804]
Watergate: James McCord [9-73-2809]
Impeachment hearings, 8-12 July, 1974 [7-74-4524]
Nixon vs. US at Supreme Court hearing [7-74-4525]
Impeachment hearings, July 11, 1974 [7-74-4528]
Senate Watergate committee, last session [7-74-4530]
Impeachment hearings, July 2, 1974 [7-74-4556]
Impeachment hearings, July 1, 1974 [7-74-4557]
Impeachment hearings, July 3, 1974 -7-74-4558]
Impeachment hearings, June 24, 1974 [7-74-4474]
Impeachment hearings, June 27, 1974 [7-74-4475]
Impeachment hearings, May 14 and 15, 1974 [7-74-4476]
Henry Kissinger press conference, Salzburg, Austria [7-74-4478]
Pres. Nixon trip to the Middle East [7-74-4480]
Impeachment hearings [6-74-4314]
Impeachment hearings, June 6, 1974 [6-74-4315]
Kissinger press conference, June 6, 1974 [6-74-4316]
Pool picture of Gerhard Gesell [6-74-4336]
Henry Kissinger upon arrival in Salzburg, Austria; Mrs. Nixon with bouquet [6-74-4370]
Watergate trial [6-74-4411]
Watergate trial, June 1974 [6-74-4411]
Impeachment hearings, May 21, 1974 [6-74-4289]
Impeachment hearings, May 23, 1974 [6-74-4285]
Impeachment hearings, May 28 and 29, 1974 [6-74-4286]
Impeachment hearings, June 3, 1974 [6-74-4313]
Watergate [9-73-2810]
Washington, D.C. monuments and buildings, [9-73-2872]
President Nixon with members of Council for the Arts, Spet. 1973 [9-73-2909]
Spiro Agnew, television speech after resignation; Pres. Nixon and Rep. Gerald Ford after White House church service [10-73-3002]
Jack Anderson [10-73-3053]
Pres. Nixon, press conference, 10/26/1973 [10-73-3066]
Log of presidential tapes [11-73-3086]
Rep. Gerald Ford, testifying before Senate Rules Committee on confirmation [11-73-3089]
White House attorney Fred Buzhardt leaving court after testimony before Judge Sirica re: missing tapes [11-73-3090]
Egyptian Foreign Minister Fahmi with Nixon [11-73-3092]
Nixon and Kissinger together [11-73-3094]
White House demonstrations against Nixon {11-73-3102]
Impeach Nixon rally [11-73-3103]
Senate Judiciary Committee [11-73-3104]
Archibald Cox at home in McLean, Virginia [11-73-3115]
Oval Office/Office of the President and 2 cabinet rooms [11-73-117]
State of the Union, Pres. Nixon, Jan. 1974 [2-74-3630]
Gas shortage: oil shortage near New Haven, Conn.; gas stations in Virginia – “out of gass” or “out of business” [2-74-3700]
Rep. Ford’s hearing before the Senate Rules Committee [11-73-3118]
Leon Jaworski, Special Watergate Prosecutor [11-73-3120]
Returning Vietnam POW gala affair at Washington, D.C., incl. Nixon and other dignitaries [12-73-3329]
Watergate [1-74-3463]
Henry Kissinger and Moshe Dayan [1-74-3473]
Henry Kissinger [1-74-3476]
Watergate: tape experts at Sirica court and lawyer James St. Clair [1-74-3537]
House Impeachment Judiciary Committee [3-74-3783]
Pres. Nixon press conference, 3/6/74 [3-74-3784]
Vice Pres. Gerald Ford and family [3-74-3726]
Attorney General Elliot Richardson [3-74-3752]
Attorney General Elliot Richardson at swearing-in ceremony for William Ruckelshaus [3-74-3753]
Charles Colson at office after indictment [3-74-3782]
A day with Vice President Gerald Ford, Columbus, OH [1-74-3578]
Pres. Richard Nixon in office, Sen. Henry Jackson outside White House [1-74-3580]
John Doar, Rep. Peter Rodino, Albert E. Jenner, Rep. Hutchinson [1-74-3581]
Pro-Nixon demonstration outside Capitol [1-74-3608]
Pat Nixon at White House reception [1-74-3611]
Impeachment committee hearings [5-74-4183]
Cars lined up for gas; gas shortage [2-74-3623]
Impeachment hearings, May 15, 1974 [5-74-4207]
Impeachment hearings, May 15, 1974 [5-74-4208]
Press conference re: impeachment – Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower [5-74-4210]
Charles Colson – indictment reaction [6-74-4281]
Impeachment hearings, May 30, 1974 [6-74-4282]
Impeachment hearings, May 22, 1974 [6-74-4283]
2010-161/6 [Restricted] Congressman William Green III [5-67-2385]
LBJ and governors at the White House, March, 1966 [3-66-43]
United Automobile Workers – Leonard Woodcock
Washington traffic
Sheppard Supreme Court hearing, 2/24/66 and 3/1/66
Dean Rusk
Spiro Agnew meeting with press after victory [11-68-7577]
United Auto Workers – Sen. McGovern, South Dakota [6-68-6388]
Astronaut Frank Gorman and Senator Brooke [5-67-2322]
Prime Minister Harold Wilson of Great Britain [9-66-835]
Sec. of Defense McNamara announcing bombing of Hai Phong and Hanoi [7-66-535]
Pres. Johnson laying a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Memorial Day, 1966
Operation Headstart
Sen. George Aiken, Vermont; Sen. Gore, Tenn.; Sen. John McClellan, Ark.; Sen. Frank Lausche, Ohio; Sen. Clark and General Church; Gen. James Gavin [7-67-2717]
Sec. McNamara announcing bombing of oil facilities at Hanoi and Hai Phong [7-66-548]
Washington, D.C. traffic [8-66-659]
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller [3-68-5525]
Women’s Peace March, Washington, D.C., Jan. 15, 1968 [1-68-4082]
General Westmoreland press conference [11-67-3723]
Lighting White House Christmas tree – Pres. Johnson [6-66-426]
National Christmas tree [6-66-425]
Attorney General Katzenbach, Sen. Ted Kennedy, and Cyrus Vance, Undersecretary of Defense, March 1966 [3-66-48]
Ted Sorenson [11-67-3722]
Gun control legislation efforts [7-68-6526]
Scorpion submarine disaster, search and survivors [7-68-6486]
Bill Moyers and George Reedy, August 1965
Office of Education, Title I
H.E.W: Lorton Prison youth center
Office of Education: education facilities for handicapped
Office of Education: School for Americanization
Riot city causes (Plainfield) [3-68-5536]
Washington scenes [7-66-586]
Wrestling [7-67-2707]
Mauren, Fleisher, and Zon – Capitol moods [7-67-2723]
Integration at US Naval Academy [1-67-1519]
Riot city causes (Detriot) [3-68-5537]
Elderly people in Baltimore
Office of Education, Title I – second day, 12/5/65
Office of Education, libraries
Office of Education, Latin Youth Center (no faces showing)
Luci Johnson’s wedding 8/6/66 [8-66-683]
Washington, D.C. – treasury
Captions, Inauguration, 1965
Guard at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
The Chronicle of Higher Education [3-67-1888]
Chavez, Ethel Kennedy, Washington, D.C. [10-69-967]
Senator Philip Hart [11-69-11-46]
Ugliness in American: Congestion of the central city [8-68-6879]
Alan Cranston and Ted Kennedy [10-68-7190]
Arthur Burns [3-69-9028]
Judge Harold Caswell, Sen. Gurney, Ethel Kennedy, Mrs. Steven Smith, Sen. Ted Kennedy, and Sen. Birch Bayh [2-70-1649]
O.F.E. – American scenes [7-66-587]
Aerials, Washington, D.C. [6-66-427]
Office of Education, Title I – second day, 12/14/65
Shirley Chisholm [4-69-9349]
Office of Education: Work study program [1-68-5002]
Riot city causes (Newark) [3-58-5535]
Riot city causes (New Haven) [3-68-5534]
Peru [6-66-368]
Rural America [8-67-2852]
White House [8-67-2853]
Reston, Virginia and Columbia, Maryland [8-67-2861]
2010-161/8 [Restricted] Box Black and White Negatives 1:
Gov. Ronald Reagan [2-71-4563]
Demonstrator being carried away by police [12-70-4329]
Ted Kennedy campaigning [9-70-3614]
Senator and Mrs. George McGovern, January 1971 [1-71-9470]
Nixon’s State of the Union address [2-71-45xx]
Mayor John Lindsay and Mayor Richard Daley [2-71-4674]
Nixon – news conference, 2/71 [2-71-4743]
Golda Meir, Sept. 1970 [9-70-3641]
Joan Kennedy playing piano with Philadelphia Orechestra [10-70-3799]
Ted Kennedy on the campaign trail [10-70-3809]
Drug illustration [11-70-4075]
Martha Mitchell [11-70-4077]
Princess Anne and Prince Charles at White House ball [8-70-3316]
Burying cars for Earth Day [9-70-2550]
Attorney General John Mitchell [8-70-3x37]
Kennedy family on carrier in Boston [8-70-3333]
Sen. Edward Kennedy and Larry O’Brien (new Chairman of the Democratic National Committee) [7-70-3301]
Nixon looking at man with eye-patch – funny [12-70-4330]
Senator Muskie, January 1971 [1-71-4474]
President Nixon addresses student at Kansas State University [11-70-xxxx]
Pres. Nixon news conference [12-70-4239]
2010-161/10 [Restricted] Secretary of Treasury: Michael Blumenthal [3-78-1635]
State Dept., incl. Warren Christopher, Matthew Nimetz, Ambassador Marshall D. Shulman, Peter Tarnoff, Alfred Atherson, Leslie Gelb, Anthony Lake [4-78-1758]
Brezhenski [4-78-1777]
National Gallery, I. M. Pei, Carter Brown [5-78-1935]
Robert Strauss w/Pres. Carter [6-78-2115]
Ralph Nader [7-78-2286]
Sen. Clifford Case: Briefing Press After Rhodesian Vote ; Sen. S.I. Hayakawa; Sen. Clifford Case with Sen. Jacob Javits; Sen. Hayakawa with Sen. Danforth [8-78-2361]
Rep. James Wright in his office [8-78-2364]
Lobbyists in Washington [8-78-2379]
Turkish Arms Embargo Vote, includes Sens. Pell and Sarbanes talking to Sen. George McGovern; Lobbyist John Meek talking to Sen. Ted Stevens; Sen. Paul Sarbanes; Sen. George McGovern; Sen. John Sparkman [8-78-2400]
Sen. William Roth and Rep. Jack Kemp [8-78-2421]
James Earl Ray being sworn in to testify before the House Assassination Committee [8-78-2439]
Moshe Dayan [9-78-2557]
Washington D.C. includes Capitol Building, Supreme Court building, Jefferson Memorial, octagon house, National Cathedral, Potamic River and Watergate Hotel, Pan American Union, Kennedy Center, White House, spring scenes, tourists, Hirschorn Gallery [9-78-2559]
Taxation Conference [10-78-2634]
American Iron and Steel: The Five Generation Steel Family [10-78-2664]
Rep. Phillip Crane, Republican-Illinois [10-78-2681]
Ian Smith in Washington [10-78-2692]
Women in the Military [10-78-2746]
Prime Min. Ian Smith and Rev. Sithole of Rhodesia in USA [11-78-2793]
Bareback Charters [11-78-2922]
Deng Xiaoping in Washington, 1/31/79 [2-79-3275]
Judge Harold Green in his chambers [1-79-3127]
Briefing of businessmen at State Dept. on China Trade 1/15/1979 [1-79-3226]
Opening of Congress Jan. 1979 [1-79-3227]
Hirshorn Museum in Washington, D.C. [8-74-4679B]
2010-161/11 [Restricted] Evel Knievel jump, Snake River Canyon, Twin Falls, Idaho Sept. 8, 1974 [9-74-4850]
Nixon resignation, reaction to Nixon speech outside White House, Aug. 8, 1974 [8-74-4730]
Pres. Ford’s State of the Union Address [8-74-4714]
Pres. Gerald Ford with Press Secretary Jerry terHorst, Aug. 9, 1974 [8-74-4729]
Pres. Ford in office [8-74-4766]
George Bush in Maine [8-74-4767]
Impeachment Hearings May 14, 1974 [8-74-4768]
Presidential Crisis [8-74-4774]
Pres. Nixon’s Resignation: Crowds demonstrating outside White House [8-74-4796]
Nelson Rockefeller and wife in Seal Harbor, Maine [9-74-4882]
Pres. Gerald Ford’s 2nd Press Conference [9-74-4932]
Betty Ford-Hospital surgery; Pres. Ford visiting hospital [9-74-4959]
Betty Ford-Hospital surgery; Pres. Ford visiting hospital [9-74-4959]
Nelson Rockefeller [10-74-4993]
William Colby-CIA, at home, in office [10-74-4994]
Nelson Rockefeller in Maine [9-74-4839]
Impeachment hearings, John Doar [8-74-4814]
Nelson Rockefeller [9-74-4838]
Nelson Rockefeller in Washington D.C. with Sen. Eastland, Pell, Allen, Williams [9-74-4840]
George Bush [9-74-4841]
Nelson Rockefeller Confirmation Hearings Nov 14, 1974 [12-74-5379]
Rockefeller swearing in as Vice President-senator chamber, 12/19/74 [12-74-5417]
Vice Pres. Nelson Rockefeller [1-75-5556]
Dr. Edward Freis Veteran’s Administration [1-75-5563]
CIA Signs on G.W. Parkway and Route 123 near the CIA [10-74-4995]
Rockefeller Confirmation Hearings [10-74-4996]
Rockefeller Confirmation Hearings [10-74-4997]
Pres. Ford letters for (handbag?) inflation [10-74-5032]
Pres. Ford announcing economic plans to Congress [10-74-5033]
Sec. of Treasury William Simon, Oct. 3, 1974 [10-74-5094]
Rev. Sun Myung Moon at Madison Square Garden NYC-9/18/74 [10-74-5155]
Sec. of Defense James Schlesinger [11-74-5217]
Pres. Ford watching election coverage [11-74-5278]
Ron Nessen at White House briefing on CIA [2-75-5591]
Pres. Ford’s State of the Union Message, Jan. 1975 [1-75-5593]
Sec. of State Henry Kissinger Jan. 4, 1975 [2-75-5592]
Sen. Henry Jackson reacting to speech by Pres. Ford Jan. 15, 1975 [2-75-5606]
Sen. William Fulbright cleaning out his office and getting ready to leave Washington [2-75-5607]
Watergate trial - jury leaving the Federal Courthouse Dec. 19, 1974 [2-75-5626
Watergate trial [11-74-5279]
Pres. And Mrs. Gerald R. Ford Nov. 4, 1974 [12-74-5373]
George Meavy, AFC-CIO press conference [12-74-5374]
Ron Nessen, presidential Press Secretary [12-74-5376]
Julius Shiskin, O.M.B., at joint economic hearing [2-75-5634]
Gerald Ford and Melvin Laird [2-75-5635]
Pres. Ford meeting with advisors [2-75-5636]
Prime Minister Harold Wilson (2-75-5641)
Pres. Ford at Rockefeller testimonial dinner NYC Feb. 1975 [2-75-5649]
Pres. Gerald Ford speaking to American Security Analysts [2-75-5650]
Frank Zarb: New head of the Federal Energy Administration [1-75-5564]
Rep. William Poage: Ex-chairman of the House of Agriculture Committee [1-75-5565]
Social Security Administration for Nation’s Business [1-75-5566]
Elderly couple (4x5 internegative) [5-75-6162]
Watergate trial: day of sentencing Feb. 21, 1975 [2-75-5676]
John Mitchell leaving his lawyer’s office building Feb. 21, 1975 [2-75-5677]
Watergate trial: Haldeman and Ehrlichman leaving after sentencing Feb. 21, 1975 [2-75-5678]
Pres. Ford laying wreath at Lincoln Memorial: for Time [2-75-5683]
Pres. Ford at Salute to Rockefeller [2-75-5684]
Watergate trial [2-75-5655]
James Angleton, CIA [3-75-5732]
Sec. Kissinger and Pres. Ford in Oval Office after Kissinger return from Middle East 2/19/75 [2-75-5687]
Rep. James Wright and aides drafting legislation on import quota plan [3-15-5720]
Sec. of State Henry Kissinger before Foreign Relations Committee [3-75-5724]
Mrs. Betty Ford with mail about the Equal Rights Amendment [5-75-5726]
Shah of Iran arriving at Pentagon; Sec. Kissinger briefing press 5/15/75 [6-75-6176]
Pres. Ford meeting with Congressional leader [5-75-6166]
Shah of Iran receives Honorary degree at Georgetown University [6-75-6202]
Pres. Ford television address on energy legislation, tearing pages of calendar [6-75-6201]
Susan Ford’s prom [6-75-6190]
Pres. Ford signing his crime message to Congress 6/20/75; Atty. Gen. Levi in attendance: [7-75-6358]
Sally Quinn [7-75-6335]
President Gerald D. Ford in New Hampshire, 4/21/75 [6-75-6298]
Pres. Ford and Nelson Rockefeller CIA REPORT [6-75-6264]
Homosexual Sergeant: Air Force T. Sgt. Leonard Matlovich [6-75-6227]
Ronald Reagan speaking at National Federation of Business [7-75-6421]
Pres. Gerald Ford in Cincinnati, 7/3/75 [7-75-6420]
Sen. Mike Mansfield in office 3/19/75 [7-75-6418]
Pres. Ford with Democrats [7-75-6416]
Pres. Gerald D. Ford press conference in Rose Garden of White House 6/9/75 [7-75-6400]
George Meany leaving White House after meeting with Pres. Ford and (Toka Dunlop?) 6/22/75 [7-75-6447]
Pres. Ford and Carla Hills announce Ford Veto of Housing Bill 6/24/75 [7-75-6448]
Pres. Gerald D. Ford talking to US and Russian astronauts 7/17/75 [7-75-6449]
Henry J. Kaufman annual report (Bricklayers?) [7-75-6365]
V.P. Rockefeller presents CIA report to the President 6/6/75 [7-75-6395]
2011-004/2 President Ford at National Federation of Independent Business, 6/14/75, for Time [7-75-6422]
Secretary Henry Kissinger, speaking at Public Broadcasting luncheon, 6/16/75, for Time [7-75-6423]
Governor George Wallace speaking to National Federation of Independent Business, 6/19/75, for Time [7-75-6424]
President Ford at swearing in ceremony for Daniel A. Moynihan as representative to U.N., 6/21/75, for Time [7-75-6426]
President Ford addressing NAACP convention, 7/1/75, for Time [7-75-6427]
President Ford talking to teenage republicans in Rose Garden 6/20/75, for Time [7-75-6443]
Alexander Solzhenitsyn speaking to AFL-CIO, Washington, D.C., for Time [7-75-6439]
Senator Edward Kennedy, before Senate Foreign Relations Committee [7-75-6444]
President Reagan signs the tax reform bill at the White House, 10/86 [10-86-3278]
Mike Castle, Governor of Delaware [10-86-3279]
Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger, for Time [10-86-3308]
Jeanne Kirkpatrick, for Time [10-86-3309]
Veteran’s Day at Vietnam Memorial, Washington D.C., 11/11/86 [11-86-3394]
Justice William Rehnquist [6-86-2518]
England, U.S. Tourists in London [8-86-2821]
Joint Session on tax reform [7-86-2659]
Air traffic controllers [8-86-2885]
Father Charles Curran, Catholic University Theology professor [8-86-2904]
President Reagan and President de la Madrid of Mexico together outside the White House, 8/13/86 [8-86-2919]
Ex. Congressman John Jenrette [9-86-2998]
“Black Box” from California plane crash of Mexican airliner, 9/2/86 [9-86-3037]
President Corazon Awuino speaking to a joint session of Congress [9-86-3055]
Mayor Marion Barry of Washington, D.C. [9-86-3069]
President Reagan and Israeli P. M. Shahir together outside the White House [2-87-4000]
E. F. Hulton, Robert Berloclar [3-86-1710]
Jonas Suimbi in Washington, D.C. [2-86-1577]
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend campaigning for Congress in Maryland [3-86-1753]
CBS [3-86-1841]
Wayne D. Angell and Manuel H. Johnson, new governors of the Federal Reserve Board, for Time [5-86-2120]
Senate on TV [6-86-2330]
National Association of Manufacturer meeting, 05/1986 [6-86-2339]
Washington, D.C., “Hands Across America” [6-86-2366]
Senator Robert Dole talking to the press about tax reform legislation [6-86-2517]
TVX for Channels Magazine [6-86-2468]
Washington Security [6-85-0066]
President Reagan meets reporters in the Oval Office and discloses his nose kin cancer, 8/5/85 [8-85-0268]
House Ways and Means committee, lobbyists waiting and filing into the committee room and getting tax reform info [7-85-0169]
President Reagan, 05/30/1985, for Nation’s Business [8-85-0312]
“Congress at Work”, House and Senate conference on the budget [8-85-0331]
Washington, D.C. Democrats to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 8/4/85 [8-85-0366]
Attorney General Ed Meese [8-85-0386]
Announcement of Masters Beer, for Times [11-85-0833]
Paul Kirk, chairman of the Democratic National Committee [11-85-0975]
Women Body Builders [12-85-1071]
The Making of a Space Suit, for America Illustrated [1-86-1267]
Bishop Desmond Tutu in Washington, D.C. [1-86-1395]
G. William Miller [2-86-1432]
Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C. [2-86-1451]
National Association Manufacturers Annual Meeting, Dick Flamagan, National Association [7-1-85-0074]
First Reagan Mondale Debate. 10/7/84 [5-85-9878]
Ambassador Vernon Walters [6-85-9972]
U. S. Israel Trade, Brock and Sharon signing Trade Agreement, for Time [6-85-9977]
Prime Minister Rejiv Gandhi in Washington [6-85-0059]
Secretary of Treasury James Baker [6-85-0062]
William Niskanen of the Council of Economic Advisers [2-85-9256]
Painting of the White House, for Time [3-85-9410]
President Jimmy Carter, NATO, 1978 [3-85-9442]
President Reagan and President Muburak outside the White House [3-85-9449]
Exercise Story [4-85-9554]
Making of a space suit, for America Illustrated [3-85-9459]
President Reagan’s press conference in White House press room [4-85-9605]
Donald Regan press briefing in White House press room [4-85-9606]
President Reagan in Europe, for Time [5-85-9814] [5-85-9844]
Special Trade Ambassador, Bill Brock announcing President Reagan’s steel policy in the White House press room, 9/18/84, for Time [10-84-8734]
Packaging of a candidate, President Reagan, for Time [11-84-8802]
President Reagan’s press conference the morning after the election at Century Plaza Hotel, L.A., 11/7/84 [11-84-8862]
Packaging the candidate, President Reagan, for Time [11-84-8881]
Making of a space suit for N.A.S.A. [1-85-9154]
1984 contest copy negatives [2-85-9206]
Conversion [2-85-9299]
Secretary of State George Shultz testifying before Senate Foreign Relations Committee [2-85-9249]
Diana’s exercise studio [10-84-8718]
President Reagan with Peres of Israel in the Oval Office, 10/11/84 [10-84-8722]
Mondale, head shots, with Hart arms raised, hecklers [9-84-8560]
Apache attack helicopter [9-84-8422]
Reagan and Gromyko meet in the Oval Office, for Time, 9/28/84 [10-84-8586]
Gromyko at the U. N. [9-84-8630]
President Reagan at Bowling Green State University, 9/26/84 [9-84-8561]
Mrs. Reagan in Oregon and Washington, for Time [9-84-8570]
Reagan – Mondale 1st debate in Louisville, for Time, 10/7/84 [10-84-8626]
President Reagan in Illinois, for Time [10-84-8680]
Donald Trautlein CEO Bethlehem Steel, for Time [10-84-8700]
American Society of Internation Law, for Time, 4/17/84 [7-84-8206]
Reporters on the campaign trail, for Time, [7-84-8253]
Jim Johnston, senior Mondale advisor, in Minnesota, 6/23/84 [7-84-8272]
Demonstrators at 1984 Democratic Convention in San Francisco, for Time [7-84-8278]
Geraldine Ferraro and Walter Mondale at Democratic Convention [7-84-8278]
Geraldine Ferraro and Walter Mondale in Queens [8-84-8332]
Great Seat, Mrs. Ann L. Macdonald [8-84-8376]
Mondale Campaigning and Ferraro [8-84-8407]
Senator Mark Hatfield campaigning in Portland, Oregon [8-84-8405]
Representative Geraldine Ferraro campaigning on the west coast [8-84-8406]
Representative Geraldine Ferraro, head shots and Pat Barrio, her press secretary [8-84-8407]
President Reagan in Florida and Alabama [8-84-8449]
Working Mother [9-84-8507]
Walter Mondale campaign St. Louis, for Time [9-84-8512]
President Reagan addressing the U. N. General assembly [9-84-8522]
Inventors Convention, for Time [3-84-7604]
Oliver Henkel, Gary Hart’s campaign director, Press conference the morning after “Super Tuesday” at the mayflower hotel in Washington, D. C., for Time, 3/14/84, [3-84-7605]
Kwik Kopy, franchise store, Falls Church, Virginia, for U.S.I.A. [3-84-7609]
President Reagan, April 1984 [4-84-7706]
Jesse Jackson in New Hampshire, for Time, 2/84 [4-84-2087]
Jesse Jackson campaigning in New York City [4-84-7418]
New York Democratic primary. Senator Gary Hart at day care center in Harlem, voting in New York, Hart election rally, CBS poll taker [4-84-7711]
Dr. Robert Gallo, AIDS research, for Time [4-84-7728]
Jesse Jackson [5-84-7771]
George Bush, approximately 12/79 [6-84-7979]
Senator John Glenn and wife, 1983 [6-84-8026]
Representative Geraldine Ferraro at Democratic platform hearings [6-84-8093]
Walter Mondale with Mayor Diane Feinstein in Minnesota, 6/23/84 [6-84-8117]
Walter Mondale with Senator Lloyd Bentsen in Minnesota, 6/23/84 [6-84-8118]
Walter Mondale with Senator Ted Kennedy at State Capital in St. Paul, Minnesota, 6/25/84 [6-84-8157]
Mondale and Hart together in New York City, for Time, 6/26/84 [7-84-8158]
Military aide carrying “black bag” with top secret info that is always kept close to the president. Ford administration circa 1975. [5-84-8159]
President Carter, circa 1977 [7-84-8166]
Air Force One, circa 1977 [7-84-8177]
Auto train from Virginia to Florida for America Illustrated [3-84-7571]
Senator John Glenn withdrawing from Democratic presidential campaign [3-84-7594]
Ambassador McGhee at home in Georgetown, for Time [3-84-7599]
Demonstration on Capitol steps on Korean Airlines massacre [9-83-6258]
Animal talk, Smithsonian books [9-83-6316]
Bones, Smithsonian books [9-83-6317]
Burson Marstellar, Washington D. C., U. S. Committee for Energy Awareness [10-63-6388]
Anti-Nuclear demonstration, Washington, D. C., 5/79 [10-83-6389]
For Smithsonian Books [10-83-6398]
House government operations subcommittee, for Time [10-83-6463]
Representative Martin Frost [12-83-6734]
Blacks voting in Alabama, for Time [3-84-7564]
Helmut Kohl in Washington, D. C., for Time [3-84-7565]
Jim Lehrer of McNeil –Lehrer Report, for U.S.I.A. [8-83-6090]
March on Washington, for Time, 8/26/1983 [9-83-6138]
Walter Mondale, for Time, 8/9/83 [8-83-6117]
Ambassador William Brock, testifying before Senate International Trade Committee, for Time, 8/4/83 [8-83-6132]
H. J. K. and Association, National Mortgage Association [9-83-6246]
Walter Mondale in Iowa [9-83-6251]
Unemployment for Time, 1/11/83 [6-83-5614]
Preston Martin, Vice Chairman Federal Reserve testifying before house banking and finance subcommittee, for Time [6-83-5680]
Senator Alan Cranston in Cranston ’84 T-shirt jogging and posing for camera [6-83-5710]
E. P. A. administrator, William Ruckleshaus, for Time [7-83-5761]
Lou Cannon in White House press room and at his desk in White House press area, for Time [7-83-5808]
U. S. Exports to Foreign Countries, Baltimore port [7-83-5897]
John Fedders, Director S. E. C. Division of Enforcement, for Time, 6/28/82 [7-83-5905]
John Glenn campaigning [8-83-5998]
Senator Ernest “Fritz” Hollings reading a newspaper while waiting for an airplane in Atlanta airport [8-83-5998A]
Senator John Glenn in New Hampshire and Maine [8-83-6059]
Helmut Kohl press conference, in Washington D. C., 4/15/83 [4-83-5353]
New houses under construction in Warren, Ohio [4-83-5357]
Preston Martin, Vice Chairman of Federal Reserve Board in his office at the Fed., for Time, [4-83-5372]
MX Missile advisory panel, to President Reagan [4-83-5380]
Washington, D. C. Zoo pandas for Olympus, Pacific Press [5-83-5501]
President Reagan and Nakasone, prime minister of Japan [1-83-4724]
Prime minister Nakasone of Japan in Washington, D. C. [1-83-4724]
Doris Foster on death row in Maryland, for Time [2-83-4808]
Russian Embassy in Washington, D. C., with big antennaes on the roof, for Time [2-83-4869]
Washingtonian, Senator William Cohen [2-83-4887]
Washingtonian, Leslie Williams, Coveningtow and Burley [2-83-4888]
Massachusetts Democratic party convention, for Time [4-83-5344]
James Sweeney, portraits [1-83-4734]
2011-089/1 Black Star Box 24:
Brack 1981 contest pictures
[Jimmy] Carter in balcony
1990 White House contest
Aids protest at White House [6-87-8807]
Gulf War, archival, 1990
Brack contest pictures, 1977 - 1978
Black Star Box 25:
1983 contest pictures
2011-089/2 Black Star Box 28:
Dan Quayle, for Time magazine [9-88-2135]
Black Star Box 29:
Billy Graham at his rally in Baltimore
International forces in Saudi Arabia [12-90-6268]
President Ford and Mayor Frank Rizzo, 07/4/1976 [7-76-8270]
Gulf crisis, Saudi Arabia [11-90-6263]
Bob Dylan, Life
Demonstrations in Washington, D. C. against the bombing of Haiphong Harbor [5-72-38]
Federal office building lit up at night [6-72-278]
Little old lady in supermarket [6-72-296]
Secretary Laird’s press conference, 5/10/72 [5-72-59]
Demonstration – White House, for Time [5-72-62]
Fred Graham [3-74-3827]
Senator McGovern announcing Sergeant Shriver as running mate [8-72-516]
Secretary of Defense James Schlesinger, for Time [1-74-3610]
William Simon [2-74-3685]
Senator Packwood [2-74-3604]
New York Times, Roger Stevens at the J.F.K. Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D. C., 10/73 [1-74-3527]
"Full Circle" (a play) [1-74-3530]
President Nixon meeting with bi-partisan leadership; President Nixon meeting with John Sawhill and Don Alexander on energy crisis, 01/74 [1-74-3535]
New York Times, singles [11-73-3251]
President Nixon meeting with John Love, and Melvin Laird on energy preparations [12-73-3298]
Senator Eagleton [11-73-3250]
Speaker Carl Albert, for Time [11-73-3093]
San Souci restaurant in Washington [10-73-2983]
Newsweek, Black fashions, 1972 [9-73-2928]
Vice President Agnew A. F. base – California [10-73-2944]
Speaker Carl Albert [10-73-2945]
Les Whitten and Jack Anderson, Watergate [4-73-2893]
Dining in Washington, D. C. (Mme Chenault’s party) [4-73-2103]
Nixon in Florida [12-72-1212]
Vice President Ford meeting with Dobrynin, Russian ambassador; Nixon signing bi-centennial bill [12-73-3332]
Henry J Kaufman, Smithfield foods [1-74-3533]
Gas station with sign “We Have Gas” [12-73-3408]
Tennessee Williams out cry, New York Times drama section [3-73-1904]
Sans Souci restaurant, Washington, D.C., Kissinger and Reon Zeigler dining at restaurant [11-73-3111]
Panama canal [11-73-3123]
People looking for U.F.O.’s (Madison, Virginia) [11-73-3137]
Energy crisis – an oil truck delivering oil to a private home [11-73-3160]
Speaker Carl Albert and Representative Peter Rodino [11-73-3105]
Speaker Carl Albert and Representative Peter Rodino, chairman house judiciary committee, for Time [11-73-3105]
Representative Gerald Ford with “Michigan Annabelles” [11-73-3106]
Hubert Humphrey in Wisconsin [3-72-9612]
Pageant, Maxine Cheshire [6-72-184]
Representative J. Jake Pickell, campaign [10-72-1007]
Board of Governors, Federal Reserve Board [10-72-1014]
Bowling [9-72-815]
Nation’s Business, returning former prisoner of war [5-73-2242]
National Lampoon, Washington, D. C., [5-73-2251]
Senator Russell B. Long, KKK hearings, house humanitarian activities committee; Robert Shelton, head of KKK [6-72-251]
Opening of Congress, Representative William Cohen (Maine), Representative Paul Cronin (Massachusetts) [1-73-1388]
Acupuncture Center [1-73-1423]
Opening of Congress [1-73-1383]
Office of Education, butterflies [5-72-3]
Block busting in reverse [12-72-1276]
Explorer Magazine, Chesapeake lighthouse [1-73-1367]
Capitol building, Time magazine [1-73-1377]
Anita Doratt for the New York Times, conductor [10-73-3062]
Panama Canal [10-73-3063]
Republican leadership press conference, Representative Gerald Ford, Senator Hugh Scott [9-73-2868]
Melvin Laird [9-73-2871]
Gasoline shortage [6-73-2421]
Representative William Cohen, news letter pit [3-73-1777]
Clarence M. Kelly, F.B.I. Director nominee [6-73-2406]
Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird [5-69-9593]
Secretary Schultz, Department of Labor [5-69-9592]
Senator Edward Muskie, Governor Lester Maddox, Hubert Humphrey, Senator Williams [8-70-3385]
Urban coalition, seventh street, Washington, D. C., progress and rest area [2-69-8584]
Acapulco [7-68-6598]
Secretary of State William Roger [8-70-3383]
Harry Trealeven, Representative Brock, primary day [8-70-3442]
Spiro Agnew talking with supporters before victory [11-68-7578]
State Department, Operations Center [5-68-6146]
President Ceausescu of Romania [10-70-3919]
Walter Reuther, Charleston, S. C. [5-69-9625]
Beverly Sills in Airio Dante [9-71-5880]
Ron Ziegler [8-70-3381]
General Ky arriving in New York Kennedy airport, 11/18/70 and at West Point, N.Y. [11-70-4056]
Secretary of State, William Roger [9-69-657]
Brock, Knoxville [10-69-868]
Impeachment hearings, 07/26/74, for Time [7-74-4618]
Impeachment hearings, Time [7-74-4617]
Impeachment hearings, 07/25/74, for Time magazine, [7-74-4621]
Impeachment hearings, house judiciary committee, 7/26/74, for Time [7-74-4622]
Impeachment hearings, 7/24/74, for Time [7-74-4623]
Ronald Reagan in California, for Time [6-76-8084]
Ronald Reagan in the south, Little Rock, Arkansas and Memphis, Tennessee, for Time [6-76-8085]
Ronald Reagan in California, for Time [6-76-8084]
U.S. Mint, [5-91-6668]
Ronald Reagan in Kentucky, Michigan and Cincinnati [5-76-7993]
Wayne Hays, congressman [6-76-8004]
Senator Ted Kennedy [6-76-8065]
Elliot Richardson, for Time [6-76-8080]
Ronald Reagan in Pasa Rebles, California, for Time [6-76-8082]
President Ford, for Time [5-76-7893]
President Ford in Texas, for Time [5-76-7894]
President Ford campaigning in Texas, 4/7/76, for Time [5-76-7946]
Ronald Reagan in California, voting in primary, for Time [6-76-8083]
Mrs. Coretta King, at premier of “I Have A Dream” at Ford’s Theater, for Time [5-76-7981]
Senator Ted Kennedy and others, for Time [5-76-7982]
President Ford in Alabama and Indiana, for Time [5-76-7906]
Impeachment hearings, 7/22/74, for Time [7-74-4625]
Impeachment hearings, 7/76/74, for Time [7-74-4626]
Impeachment hearings, 7/18/74, for Time [7-74-4627]
Impeachment hearings, 7/17/74, for Time magazine [7-74-4628]
Impeachment hearings, 7/17/74, for Time [7-74-4629]
Impeachment hearings, 7/19/74, for Time [7-74-4630]
Charles Colson at home in McClean, Virginia with daughter, Emily, for Time [8-74-4642]
Alan Greenspan [5-76-7859]
The "Blue Bird" opening, Liz Taylor and Iranian Ambassador Zahersi, for Time [5-76-7882]
President Ford, for Time [5-76-7892]
James Boren, for Harper’s Weekly [5-76-7684]
President Ford in Texas, for Time [5-76-7891]
Jimmy Carter on Capitol Hill for Time [4-76-7790]
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee [4-76-7827]
Reggie Jackson uniform in Baltimore dugout, for Time [4-76 -7828]
William Simon "Roast" for Time, 4/8/76 [4-76-7829]
George Wallace for Time, [3-76-7574]
Ronald Reagan in Florida and Illinois, 3/8/76, for Time [[3-76-7651]
Ronald Reagan campaigning [3-76-7684]
President Ford press conference, in Washington, 2/17/76, for Time, [3-76-7526]
"Mo" Udall and Birch Bayh, for Time [3-76-7528]
Verdict day, Watergate trial (Haldeman, Parkinson, Mitchell, Erlichman, Mardian) for Time [3-76-7530]
Ronald Reagan in Florida, 2/76, for Time [3-76-7538]
George Bush, C.I.A. Director, for Time [3-76-7555]
Auto train, America Illustrated [3-84-7571]
Soup kitchens, 2/10/85, for Parade [1-84-7045]
Senator Kennedy [3-76-7703]
Liz Taylor and Kissinger, Kennedy Center [4-76-7745]
Ronald Reagan in North Carolina, for Time [4-76-7773]
Jimmy Carter in North Carolina, for Time [4-76-7788]
Ronald Reagan in Florida and Illinois, 3/10/76, for Time [3-76-7688]
Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson and Pat Moynihan, for Time [3-76-7689]
2011-356/1 Black Star Box 30:
1988 Contest, internegs
The Clinton Affair: Crisis at the White House Jan. 1988
Crisis at the White House: Clinton’s Retaliation F-6058
Black Star Box 31:
The Report, White House News Photographers Association, August 2011
Jimmy Carter in Plains, Georgia, for Time includes Carter coming out of airplane, “Peanut One” [11-76-8813]
Jimmy Carter press conference & other events – post election, Nov. 3, 1976 for Time [11-76-8833]
George Meany for Time [11-76-8845]
Benjamin Hookes of N.A.A.C.P. for Time [11-76-8846]
Election day, Nov. 2, 1976: Jimmy Carter, Plains, Georgia "Winner" [11-76-8832]
Carter & Kissinger in Plains, Ga., for Time [12-76-8913]
Arthur Burns for Time [12-76-8914]
Washington Star – last day of publication [8-81-0686]
Copy negs: 1.) Sen. James Sasser; 2.) Gov. Raymond Shafer; 3.) Sen. Howard Baker; 4.) Sen. William Cohen [8-81-8396]
Sen. Howard Baker, 1978 [9-81-0791]
Judge Sandra J. [Day] O’Connor confirmation hearings [9-81-0880]
Olivia Newton-John [9-81-0972]
I.B.M. Rodin exhibition [9-81-0989]
Solidarity Day – Wash. D.C., for Time 9/19/87 [10-81-0990]
Black Inc. "Candidate Charles Black" [10-81-1140]
Railroad industry for American Iron & Steel Institute
Sec. Califano briefing press on mental health bill, for Time [10-81-1188]
Cancun summit, includes head shots of Mrs. Thatcher, Mrs. Gandhi, Mitterand. Mohamed Bedjaoui-Algeria, Pres. Luis Herrera Campina (Venezuela), Pres. Lopez Portillo, for Time [10-81-1224]
Dallas City Hall [10-81-1254]
House of Representatives committee signs [11-81-1401]
"Solidarity day" labor demo. in Wash., D.C., includes Lane Kirkland of A.F.L.-C.I.O., Robert Poli of P.A.T.C.O., Douglas Fraser, for Time
Ronald Reagan in a hardhat [11-81-1482]
Harding Lawrence and Mary Wells right after their marriage in 1966, for Time [12-81-1536]
Sen. Everett Dirksen talking to press in the senate press gallery, for Time (circa 1960) [12-81-1572]
Sec. of State Dean Rusk, for Time (circa 1961) [12-81-1573]
Eric Segal, author of "Love Story" for Time [12-81-1574]
Bryce Harlow dinner for Time [6-81-0289]
Bank – Annual report shooting, Washington, D.C. [5-81-0046]
Leon Jaworski accepting the chairmanship of Democrats for Reagan Committee, for Time [6-81-0302]
Billy Graham rally in Baltimore [6-81-0306]
Baltimore Harbor [6-81-0309]
Eugene Rostow 2.) Sen. Charles Percy [6-81-0315]
FDA: A day with commissioner [6-81-0318]
Sen. George McGovern with constituents in office, by Lincoln statue, June 1967 [6-1-3013]
E.R.A. rally in Wash., D.C., includes Alan Alda, Susan Ford and her baby, Mary Crisp [7-81-0358]
Vietnam vet being counseled at a veterans center in Wash., D.C. [7-81-0454]
Rep. Dan Rostenkowski [7-81-0456]
Charles Wick & Robert Gray, co-chairmen of Reagan inaguration [inauguration] committee, for Time [7-81-0456]
Airport – weigh in, lines, signage [7-81-0460]
Sharp & Co. (?) Brasil: Washington visit [7-81-0479]
Cancun summit, for Time [7-81-0483]
Interview with Vice President George Bush for Nation’s Business [8-81-0533]
William Carson at home in Potomac, Md., for Time [8-81-0565]
Sadat state dinner, includes Reagans and Sadats together, for Time [8-81-0588]
Thorne Auchter – Director of O.S.H.A., for Nation’s Business [8-81-0596]
Sadat press conf. in Wash. [8-81-0604]
Civilianization of the Army, for Time 2/15/81; Sgt. Mike Farr at his home in Newington, Va. & wife Debbie; he is based at an army base in Washington, D.C. [8-81-06]
Social Security commissioner John Svahn [3-81-9520]
Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher, for Time 3/10/81; meeting with Pres. Reagan, news briefing in White House briefing room with Sec. Haig [3-81-9521]
Cable news network in Atlanta, Georgia [4-81-9568]
Sen. Jesse Helms in his office, for Time [4-81-9637]
Nelly Grey in her office, for Time [4-81-9822]
Counterfeit American products, for Time; Levis real & made in Paraguay [5-81-9946]
Gold Prices – Deak & Co., for Time [5-81-9988]
Marana, Arizona – Evergreen Air Center for Time: US & Foreign airline planes parked at the Evergreen Base in Marana, Ariz. [5-81-9999]
Maryanne Fackelmann – on the staff of the White House press photographers & Cynthia Johnson – personal photographer to Vice-President Bush [5-81-9965]
Sen. Alfonse D’Amato, for New York Magazine [2-81-9068]
Air Force One at Andrews AFB waits to take Pres. Carter to Germany to greet hostages, for Time [2-81-9170]
Bailey Deardourff, Marshall Coleman [2-81-9248]
Black childrens' killings in Atlanta: Mrs. King & mothers of boys killed, listening to a song about the killings written by the brother of one of the victims; Guardian Angels marching and soliciting the support of the people of Atlanta and other cities [2-81-9259]
Sing-Sing & Ling-Ling – pandas at Wash. D.C. zoo 10/7/80: in cage – eating bamboo – Sing-Sing, on TV monitor – Ling-Ling [3-81-9322]
Sen. Ernest Hollings, Sen. Daniel Quayle, for Time [3-81-9346]
Inaugural stand in front of White House for Time (set T26804) [1-81-8975]
Inaugural stand in front of the White House for Time (set T47010) [1-81-8975]
Inaugural stand in front of Congress, for Time [1-81-8981]
Jessica Savitch for Int. Communications Agency [2-81-9052]
Sen. Ted Kennedy on the senate subway, for Time [12-80-8600]
Senate Republican caucus: Sen. Paula Hawkins, Sen. Ted Stevens, Sen. Robert Packwood, Sen. Howard Baker, Sen. James McLure, Sen. East [12-80-8612]
Sen. Charles Percy [12-80-8616]
Pendleton James, for Time [12-80-8619]
Mayor Ed Koch at National Press Club breakfast, July 31, 1980, for Time [12-80-8668]
Abscam Personal: John Jenerette [Jenrette], Frank Thompson, Wm. Hughes, also Benjamin Ciciletti [Civiletti]
Sen. Jesse Helms [1-81-8860]
Opening of Congress 1981, for Time, Republican leadership: Reps. Edward Madigan, Trent Lott, Jack Kemp, Robert Michel, Dick Cheney (Group shots) [1-81-8893]
Talks on Presidential debate, for Time, 10/20/80, includes: James Baker (for Reagan), Robert Strauss (for Carter), Ruther Hinerfeld – pres. of the League of Women Voters
Iran situation room at the State Dept. in Wash., D.C., for Time [11-80-8386]
Self-portrait [11-80-8415]
Miscellaneous Carter photographs, color conversions [11-80-8443]
Quick: Helmut Schmidt in Washington, includes: Reagan & Carter together, Reagan & Schmidt together, Carter & Schmidt together [1-81-8908]
Sen. Jake Garn in his office, for Time[11-80-8458]
Cord Meyers, for Time [11-80-8464]
Sen. Mark Hatfield, for Time [11-80-8484]
Sen. Strom Thurmond, for Time [11-80-8485]
Sen. Orin Hatch, for Time [11-80-8498]
Picture of Dennis Brack in action [12-80-8568]
Sen. Robert Dole, for Time [11-80-8505]
Washington, D.C. bureaucracy, for Time: computer room, Dept. of Health & Welfare [12-80-8590]
James S. Albus of National Bureau of Standards, for Time [12-80-8594]
Senate finance hearing, for Time: Henry Fowler – former Sec. of Treas.; Arthur Burns – former chairman Federal Reserve [9-80-7914]
Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens in his chamber, 7/12/80, for Time [9-80-7944]
Hostage family: the family of Victor Tomseth, McLean, Virginia, for Quick [9-80-7974]
Hostage family: Marge German & family, for Quick [9-80-8004]
American goods being exported from the port of Baltimore; the goods with the earth moving equipment are being sent to Africa [10-80-8102]
John Anderson campaigning, for Time [9-80-8103]
James Schlesinger, Sen. Scoop Jackson, Sen. Ribicoff, 3/77, for Time [10-80-8111]
Julia Walsh Company, 11/77, for Time [10-80-8112]
Close of session of Congress for election break, for Time [10-80-8126]
Rep. Michael Myers is expelled from congress for his part in "Abscam", includes: Myers walking to capitol before House vote, Rep. Myers making his speech on floor of house – pix taken off of closed circuit TV [10-80-8189]
NBC, Marvin Kalb [10-80-8201]
Nation’s Business: Commerce Sec. Philip Klutznick [10-80-8222]
John Anderson on night of Carter-Reagan debate, Tues., 10/28/80, having his own mock debate on cable TV – in Wash., D.C. [10-80-8331]
Joint Economic Committee: G. Willam Miller, Sen. Bentsen, Rep. Clarence Brown, Rep. Henry Reuss [9-80-7913]
"Billygate" Senate hearings with Sen. Birch Bayh, Sen. Strom Thurmond [8-80-7623]
Att. Gen. Benjamin Civiletti press conference on Billy Carter investigation, for Time; includes (next to Civiletti) Philip Heymann – head of the criminal division of the Justice Dept. [8-80-7625]
Senators Thurmond, Baker, Byrd & Birch Beyh: "Billygate" investigation, for Time [8-80-7626]
Nick Peterson [8-80-7631]
Ernest Cooke, father of one of the hostages in the lobby of the State Dept., for Time [8-80-7639]
Noon briefing at the State Dept., John Trattner – State Dept. spokesman, 7/11/80, for Time [8-80-7652]
Senate Judiciary Committee on Billy Carter controversy, for Time [8-80-7655]
NYC Democratic Convention, for Time [8-80-7704]
Irving Shapiro, DuPont testifying before Senate Judiciary Committee, for Time; includes Sen. Ted Kennedy
Hostage homecoming? for Time [8-80-7766]
Anti Khomeini demo. in Wash, D.C., for Time 7/27/80 [8-80-7771]
Billy Gate hearings, for Time; witness: undersecretary David D. Newson, Senate Judiciary committee, Sen. Birch Bayh [8-80-7772]
Big Boots (40 ft. high) in Wash., D.C. by artist Bob Wade [8-80-7774]
Dr. George Hyatt, Georgetown University, for Time [8-80-7775]
Ted Kennedy [8-80-7776] [empty]
Ted Kennedy, for Time [8-80-7776]
Stan Parris for Bailey Deardourff Advertising [8-80-7780]
Parade: Rep. Pat Schroeder [8-80-7823]
Billy Carter before the Senate Judiciary Committee [8-80-7824]
Robert M. McKinney in his home office in Middlebury, Va., for Time [8-80-7825]
Harold Williams – Chairman of the S.E.C.; Rep. Benjamin Rosenthal, for Time [5-80-7058]
M. Begin press conf. at Blair House in Wash., D.C., for Time [5-80-7064]
Carl & Joyce Acker, C.I.A. [5-80-7069]
Rupert Murdoch [5-80-7075]
Nelson Bunker Hunt & Herman Hunt testifying before the Senate Agriculture Committee [5-80-7126]
Bill Brock in his office, for Time [6-80-7142]
Sen. Ted Kennedy on "Super Tuesday" – June 30, 1980, primary nite in Wash., D.C. (primaries in Calif., N.J., Ohio) [6-80-7194]
Nixon tapes to National Archives, for Time [6-80-7216]
Energy, for Fortune [6-80-7363]
Chief Justice Warren Burger in his office – Nov., 1979, for Time [7-80-7391]
Ceremony to mark the 200th day of hostages’ captivity, for Time [7-80-7405]
Japanese cars being offloaded at Baltimore docks (Datsuns and Subarus) [7-80-7450]
1980 Republican Convention, for Time [7-80-7487]
Richard Queen (former hostage in Iran) returns to State Dept. for press conference [7-80-7553]
1980 Republican Convention press coverage, for Time [7-80-7556]
Draft registration in Wash., D.C. 1st day – Mon., 7/21/80 [7-80-7555]
Henry Kissinger press conference during 1980 Rep. Conv., for Time [7-80-7571]
Senate Finance Committee: Sec. Treasury William Miller, Sen. Russell Lon, Sen. Heinz, Sen. Roth [7-80-7575]
Senator Nunn for Chief Executive Magazine [empty; all at Chief Executive] [7-80-7586]
White House News Photographers Association 2011 Annual Awards book, The Eyes of History


Mounted photographic prints:

2AA33.1 Presidents (19 prints), circa 1968-2005
2AA33.2 Politics (17 prints), circa 1978-2004
2AA33.3 Personalities and portraits (14 prints), circa 1980-2004
2AA36.1 Color features (5 prints), 1982-1987
Pictorial (8 prints), circa 1980-1990
War and military (7 prints), circa 1990-1991
3S227 Concert attendees, kissing (1 print), undated


Unmounted photographic prints:

2AA33.3 Photojournalists (8 prints), circa 1968-1990
Pictorial (3 prints), circa 1985-2003
Digital prints; Obama, Carter, Reagan, Iraq War (13 prints), circa 1965-2010


Digital Materials:

3R39a CDs of select images scanned by Dennis Brack
[12 discs]
2011-089/1 Jackie Kennedy’s style goes on display in D. C., 4/2002 (10 discs) [F-6450-CD]
3R38b DVD with approximately 40 digital images of Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Detroit riots, and Iraq War
3P193B CDs of select images scanned by Dennis Brack
[3 discs]
Tools to combat terrorists: Items that measure for chemicals, nerve gas and radiation [F-6421-CD], included with The Clinton Affair: Crisis at the White House Jan. 1988
3P193B DVD with scanned image of Beatles performance in 1964, Washington D.C.
[1 disc]