Margaret Lindsay Williams, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, holding brush and palette, next to her portrait painting of President Harding.
With members of the nature study class of John Buroughs [sic] School whom he invited to the White House to see an owls nest in the grounds
President Harding, full-length portrait, facing front, standing with eight students from the John Burroughs School on the White House lawn.
Women Ask President for Equal Rights Legislation. Fifty prominent members of the New National Woman's Party called at the White House today to ask the president's aid in passing an "Equal Rights Bill" in the next Congress. The bill would give women full equality in the government service, give married women citizenship in their own right and make women of the District of Columbia eligible to serve on juries, equal guardianship rights, and equal rights of inheritance and contract. Photograph shows suffragists with President Harding at the White House.
President Harding presenting to the Roosevelt Memorial Society the chair used by President Roosevelt when he was in the White House
President Harding standing with members of the Roosevelt Memorial Society and the chair used by President Theodore Roosevelt.
Photograph shows Ben[jamin] Harney, noted sculptor, making a working model of President-elect Harding during a round of golf [on] course at St. Augustine, Fla., 2/21/21. Source: caption on verso.
Pointing out an owls nest in the White House grounds to members of the nature study class of John Buroughs [sic] School whom he invited to the White House
President Harding with students from the John Burroughs School looking at an owls nest in a tree on the lawn of the White House.
President Harding was today presented with a chair made from the first American battleship "The Revenge"
President Harding, full-length portrait, facing front, seated in the chair made from the battleship "The Revenge", with members of the presenting committee standing nearby on the White House lawn.
President Harding standing outside entrance to White House with Cabinet members and Congressional Medal of Honor recipients from the Navy.