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[Woodrow Wilson's Cabinet members exercising - F.D. Roosevelt in center foreground, Aug. 1917]

[Woodrow Wilson's Cabinet members exercising - F.D. Roosevelt in center foreground, Aug. 1917]

[Coolidge and Cabinet members at ceremony]

[Coolidge and Cabinet members at ceremony]

[... through a lane of cabinet members by honorary pall bearers. To Arlington Nat'l Cemetery. White House, Washington, D.C.]

[... through a lane of cabinet members by honorary pall bearers. To Arlington Nat'l Cemetery. White House, Washington, D.C.]

[...] through a lane of cabinet members by honorary pall bearers. To Arlington Nat'l Cemetery

[...] through a lane of cabinet members by honorary pall bearers. To Arlington Nat'l Cemetery

President appoints committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with Red Cross in aiding flood sufferers. After making an appeal to the people of the country today for prompt and generous contributions to the American Red Cross relief fund for sufferers in the flood area of the Mississippi river, President Coolidge appointed a committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with the officers of the Red Cross in their relief work. The cabinet members met with Red Cross Officials today in Washington to determine how the Federal Government through its many agencies can best cooperate. In the photograph, left to right; (sitting) Rear Admiral E.R. Stitt, chief of U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis; Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur; James L. Feiser, Acting Chairman of the Red Cross; Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Charles S. Dewey; Secretary of the Treasury, Andrew Mellon and Miss [...]

President appoints committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with Red Cross in aiding flood sufferers. After making an appeal to the people of the country today for prompt and generous contributions to the American Red Cross relief fund for sufferers in the flood area of the Mississippi river, President Coolidge appointed a committee of four cabinet members to cooperate with the officers of the Red Cross in their relief work. The cabinet members met with Red Cross Officials today in Washington to determine how the Federal Government through its many agencies can best cooperate. In the photograph, left to right; (sitting) Rear Admiral E.R. Stitt, chief of U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis; Secretary of the Navy, Curtis D. Wilbur; James L. Feiser, Acting Chairman of the Red Cross; Secretary of Commerce, Herbert Hoover; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Charles S. Dewey; Secretary of the Treasury, Andrew Mellon and Miss [...]

Cabinet members at Armistice Exercises. Postmaster General James A. Farley, left, photographed with Secretary and Mrs. Daniel C. Roper at the Armistice Day exercises at Arlington cemetery where President Roosevelt delivered an address at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. 11/11/35

Cabinet members at Armistice Exercises. Postmaster General James A. Farley, left, photographed with Secretary and Mrs. Daniel C. Roper at the Armistice Day exercises at Arlington cemetery where President Roosevelt delivered an address at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. 11/11/35

Washington's prominent figures listen to Marian Anderson's singing. Washington, D.C., April 9. Behind Marian Anderson, the heroic statue of Lincoln; beside her, Cabinet members and Senators; before her a crowd of 75,000 black and white listeners. Left to right - Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morganthau, Mrs. Morganthau, Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes, [...] at the piano, Marian Anderson. 4-9-39

Washington's prominent figures listen to Marian Anderson's singing. Washington, D.C., April 9. Behind Marian Anderson, the heroic statue of Lincoln; beside her, Cabinet members and Senators; before her a crowd of 75,000 black and white listeners. Left to right - Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morganthau, Mrs. Morganthau, Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes, [...] at the piano, Marian Anderson. 4-9-39

Chief Justice Hughes addressing the Joint Congressional Session on 150th Anniversary of the Congress. Seated before Hughes are Cabinet members & part of [the] Supreme Court. Left to rt. front row: Associate Supreme Court Justices Roberts, Stone, Butler, & McReynolds. Cabinet members Hull, Morganthau, Woodring, Murphy, Farley, Ickes, Wallace, Hopkins, & Miss Perkins

Chief Justice Hughes addressing the Joint Congressional Session on 150th Anniversary of the Congress. Seated before Hughes are Cabinet members & part of [the] Supreme Court. Left to rt. front row: Associate Supreme Court Justices Roberts, Stone, Butler, & McReynolds. Cabinet members Hull, Morganthau, Woodring, Murphy, Farley, Ickes, Wallace, Hopkins, & Miss Perkins

Two new cabinet members. Washington, D.C., Jan. 26. Attorney General Frank Murphy and Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins leave the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt, 1-26-39

Two new cabinet members. Washington, D.C., Jan. 26. Attorney General Frank Murphy and Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins leave the White House today after a conference with President Roosevelt, 1-26-39

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT OBSERVES SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY IN WHITE HOUSE. PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT BEGINS HIS EIGHTH YEAR IN THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY AND OBSERVED THE ANNIVERSARY OF HIS INAUGURATION BY ATTENDING SERVICES AT ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH TODAY. THE PRESIDENT, TANNED AND RUGGED FROM HIS SEA TRIP, WAS JOINED AT THE CHAPEL BY A GROUP OF HIS CLOSEST GOVERNMENT INTIMATES, CABINET MEMBERS, CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS AND ADVISORS. THIS PICTURE WAS TAKEN AFTER THE SERVICES-L TO R: MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; MRS. SARA DELANO ROOSEVELT, MOTHER OF THE PRESIDENT; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. ENDICOTT PEABODY, WIFE OF THE HEAD MASTER OF GROTON SCHOOL WHERE MR. ROOSEVELT PREPARED FOR HARVARD

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT OBSERVES SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY IN WHITE HOUSE. PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT BEGINS HIS EIGHTH YEAR IN THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY AND OBSERVED THE ANNIVERSARY OF HIS INAUGURATION BY ATTENDING SERVICES AT ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH TODAY. THE PRESIDENT, TANNED AND RUGGED FROM HIS SEA TRIP, WAS JOINED AT THE CHAPEL BY A GROUP OF HIS CLOSEST GOVERNMENT INTIMATES, CABINET MEMBERS, CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS AND ADVISORS. THIS PICTURE WAS TAKEN AFTER THE SERVICES-L TO R: MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; MRS. SARA DELANO ROOSEVELT, MOTHER OF THE PRESIDENT; PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. ENDICOTT PEABODY, WIFE OF THE HEAD MASTER OF GROTON SCHOOL WHERE MR. ROOSEVELT PREPARED FOR HARVARD

President Richard Nixon with His 1972 Cabinet Members

President Richard Nixon with His 1972 Cabinet Members

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 4-21; Rosalynn Carter, Donald Jeffrey (Jeff) and Annette Carter - With guests, Fr. 22-24

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 4-21; Rosalynn Carter, Donald Jeffrey  (Jeff) and Annette Carter - With guests, Fr. 22-24

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 2-7; Guests in Linclon Bedroom, Fr. 8-14; ; Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 17-36

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 2-7; Guests in Linclon Bedroom, Fr. 8-14; ; Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 17-36

Jimmy Carter with Cabinet Members; Posing with Friends

Jimmy Carter with Cabinet Members; Posing with Friends

2-3 Meeting with Mr. Garrett FitzGerald, Foreign Minister of Ireland and Irish Amb. John Meloy; 4-12 Mrs. Carter meets with wives of Cabinet Members; 13-14 Departure

2-3 Meeting with Mr. Garrett FitzGerald, Foreign Minister of Ireland and Irish Amb. John Meloy; 4-12 Mrs. Carter meets with wives of Cabinet Members; 13-14 Departure

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - In the private quarters for goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 6-8; Rosalynn Carter - In the Map Room with guests, Fr. 11-16; Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - In the private quarters for goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff and Walter and Joan Mondale, Fr. 17-29

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - In the private quarters for goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff, Fr. 6-8; Rosalynn Carter - In the Map Room with guests, Fr. 11-16; Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - In the private quarters for goodbyes to Cabinet members and senior staff and Walter and Joan Mondale, Fr. 17-29

Secretary of Defense Weinberger hosts a dinner in honor of Secretary of State, George P. Shultz, attended by Cabinet members, Congressmen and the Joint Chiefs of STAFF. Attendees included; Deputy Secretary of Defense, Frank C. Calucci; Secretaries of the Army and Air Force, John O. Marsh Jr. and Verne Orr; General John W. Vessey Jr., USA, Chairman Joint Chiefs of STAFF; General Robert II. Barrow, USMC, Commandant of the Marine Corps; General Edward C. Meyer, USA, CHIEF of STAFF and General Jerome F. O'Malley, USAF, Vice CHIEF of STAFF. Military personnel are wearing civilian attire

Secretary of Defense Weinberger hosts a dinner in honor of Secretary of State, George P. Shultz, attended by Cabinet members, Congressmen and the Joint Chiefs of STAFF. Attendees included; Deputy Secretary of Defense, Frank C. Calucci; Secretaries of the Army and Air Force, John O. Marsh Jr. and Verne Orr; General John W. Vessey Jr., USA, Chairman Joint Chiefs of STAFF; General Robert II. Barrow, USMC, Commandant of the Marine Corps; General Edward C. Meyer, USA, CHIEF of STAFF and General Jerome F. O'Malley, USAF, Vice CHIEF of STAFF. Military personnel are wearing civilian attire

Cabinet members arrive for meeting with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Sept. 16. Left to right: Secretary of Agriculture, Henry Wallace and acting Secretary of the Navy, Charles Edison

Cabinet members arrive for meeting with President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., Sept. 16. Left to right: Secretary of Agriculture, Henry Wallace and acting Secretary of the Navy, Charles Edison

Officials honor president's seventh year in White House. Washington, D.C., March 4.President Roosevelt begins his eighth year in the White House today. In observance of the anniversary of his inauguration the President attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates joined the President at prayer services. Secretary of War Harry Woodring and Mrs. Woodring are pictured here as they attended the services

Officials honor president's seventh year in White House. Washington, D.C., March 4.President Roosevelt begins his eighth year in the White House today. In observance of the anniversary of his inauguration the President attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates joined the President at prayer services. Secretary of War Harry Woodring and Mrs. Woodring are pictured here as they attended the services

Body of Gus Gennerich lies in state at White House. Washington, D.C., Dec. 16. The body of Gus Gennerich, President Roosevelt's friend and bodyguard who died in Beunos Aires, lying in state in the East Room of the White House today following simple services attended by President Roosevelt, members of his family, Cabinet members and other friends, the body was taken to New York for burial. White House policemen acted as Guards of Honor

Body of Gus Gennerich lies in state at White House. Washington, D.C., Dec. 16. The body of Gus Gennerich, President Roosevelt's friend and bodyguard who died in Beunos Aires, lying in state in the East Room of the White House today following simple services attended by President Roosevelt, members of his family, Cabinet members and other friends, the body was taken to New York for burial. White House policemen acted as Guards of Honor

Off to Roosevelt love feast. Annapolis, MD, June 25. Cabinet members and House leaders were among those catching the first boat here today leaving for the Jefferson Island Democratic Club where President Roosevelt is staging a three-day pow-wow for the Democratic legislators. Waving a goodbye as the boat shoved off can be seen, left to right: Rep. Sam Rayburn, House Majority Leader; Secretary of War Woodring; Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Speaker of the House Bankhead; and Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, 6/25/37

Off to Roosevelt love feast. Annapolis, MD, June 25. Cabinet members and House leaders were among those catching the first boat here today leaving for the Jefferson Island Democratic Club where President Roosevelt is staging a three-day pow-wow for the Democratic legislators. Waving a goodbye as the boat shoved off can be seen, left to right: Rep. Sam Rayburn, House Majority Leader; Secretary of War Woodring; Secretary of State Cordell Hull; Speaker of the House Bankhead; and Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, 6/25/37

Cabinet members observe anniversary of president's inauguration. Washington, D.C., March 4. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates of the president attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church today in observance of his first inauguration. Pictured here are Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Mrs. Hull

Cabinet members observe anniversary of president's inauguration. Washington, D.C., March 4. Congressional leaders, cabinet members and intimates of the president attended services at St. John's Episcopal Church today in observance of his first inauguration. Pictured here are Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Mrs. Hull

President George W. Bush gestures as he speaks to members of the Homeland Security Council, Monday, September 19, 2005, in the Cabinet Room of the White House. [HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson joined the other Cabinet members, Vice President Dick Cheney, leading Presidential and Vice Presidential aides, military leaders among the] participants.

President George W. Bush gestures as he speaks to members of the Homeland Security Council, Monday, September 19, 2005, in the Cabinet Room of the White House. [HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson joined the other Cabinet members, Vice President Dick Cheney, leading Presidential and Vice Presidential aides, military leaders among the] participants.

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Andrew Jackson to Cabinet members, March 19, 1833

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet Members, November 6, 1801. Circular to incoming cabinet members.

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet Members, November 6, 1801. Circular to incoming cabinet members.

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet Members, November 6, 1801. Circular to incoming cabinet members.

Thomas Jefferson to Cabinet Members, November 6, 1801. Circular to incoming cabinet members.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, June 7, 1814. Notes for Campaign Plan.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, June 7, 1814. Notes for Campaign Plan.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, June 7, 1814. Notes for Campaign Plan.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, June 7, 1814. Notes for Campaign Plan.

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861 (Urges reconciliation with the South)

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861  (Urges reconciliation with the South)

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861 (Urges reconciliation with the South)

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861  (Urges reconciliation with the South)

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861 (Urges reconciliation with the South)

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861  (Urges reconciliation with the South)

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861 (Urges reconciliation with the South)

Robert L. Pell to Cabinet Members, Friday, April 12, 1861  (Urges reconciliation with the South)

[Theodore Roosevelt with cabinet members, other men, and a woman, possibly a bride]

[Theodore Roosevelt with cabinet members, other men, and a woman, possibly a bride]

[Theodore Roosevelt with cabinet members, other men, and a woman, possibly a bride]

[Theodore Roosevelt with cabinet members, other men, and a woman, possibly a bride]

Cabinet Members to James Madison, July 1, 1814. Estimate for preparation for the defense of Washington DC prepared for James Madison.

Cabinet Members to James Madison, July 1, 1814. Estimate for preparation for the defense of Washington DC prepared for James Madison.

Cabinet Members to James Madison, July 1, 1814. Estimate for preparation for the defense of Washington DC prepared for James Madison.

Cabinet Members to James Madison, July 1, 1814. Estimate for preparation for the defense of Washington DC prepared for James Madison.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, December 20, 1816.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, December 20, 1816.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, December 20, 1816.

James Madison to Cabinet Members, December 20, 1816.