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Carter president politician.

The first meeting of the commission to arrange for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of George Washington to be held in 1932, took place today, Feb. 16th at the White House with President Coolidge as chairman. The committee includes four members appointed by the Senate, four from the House and four appointed by the President. Left to right, front row: Senator Selden P. Spencer, Missouri; Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, President General, D.A.R.; President Coolidge; Mrs. John D. Sherman, Federation of Women's Clubs and Senator Simeon Fess, Ohio. Second row: Frederick H. Gillett, Speaker of the House of Representatives; Representative John Q. Tilson, Connecticut; Representative Willis C. Hawley, Oregon. Top row: Frank Munsey, publisher; Representative Joseph W. Byrns, Tennessee; Senator Thomas F. Bayard, Delaware; Senator Carter Class, Virginia, and Hanford Monider, former Commander of the American Legion

Junior League luncheon. Miss Anne Carter Green, left, president of the Junior League of Washington, and Mrs. Robert F. Dingman, New York City, representing the Association of Junior Leagues of America, photographed at the League luncheon which launches the new program of welfare work for the coming year. 11/1/35

A LITTLE HATCHET BURIAL. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, GREETS SEN. CARTER GLASS (D-VA) QUITE WARMLY AS SENATORS AND SUCH GATHER AT THE WHITE HOUSE TO WATCH THE PRESIDENT SIGN THE ADMINISTRATION BANKING BILL. SEN. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER (D-FL) STANDS BEHIND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. THE LETTERS WERE WRITTEN BY GOVERNOR OF THE SEVEN STATES CROSSED BY THE RIDERS FROM CALIFORNIA TO ST. JOSEPH, MO. SEN. WILLIAM H. KING, (D_UT) IS BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND THE MAJOR. STEVE EARLY, ONE OF THE WHITE HOUSE SECRETARIES, IS ON THE EXTREME RIGHT

Half a victory. W.D. Whitney, Counsel, left, and James Walter Carter, right, President of Carter Coal Co., leave District of Columbia Supreme Court with half a victory in their fight against the Guffey Coal Act. A temporary injunction restraining stockholders of the coal company from complying with the act. At the same time Carter's petition asking for a temporary injunction restraining the government from collecting penalties was denied. The court directed that arguments in the case continue for decision on application for a permanent injunction against enforcement of the act and on its constitutionality, 10/30/35

A FUNNY BUSINESS. THE BUSINESS OF GETTING THE PRESIDENTIAL SIGNATURE ON THE ADMINISTRATION'S BANKING BILL TOOK ON A JOCULAR TONE AS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, SEATED, JOKES WITH REP. HENRY STEAGALL, (D-AL), WHO HANDLED THE HEARINGS IN HIS HOUSE BANKING AND CURRENCY COMMITTEE. FROM THE LEFT: SEN. CARTER GLASS; COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY J.F.T. O'CONNOR; SEN. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER (D-FL); SECRETARY HENRY MORGENTHAU; JESSE JONES, CHAIRMAN OF RFC; REP. STEAGALL; AND GOV. MARRINER ECCLES OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD

Virginia Senator all smiles after conference with president. Washington, D.C., Aug. 25. Senator Carter Glass of Virginia, outspoken democratic critic of New Deal policies, was in a happy mood leaving the White House today after an hour-long conference with President Roosevelt. The White House explained that the variety of subjects and to get Glass' views on the political situation. After the meeting Glass announced to newspapermen that he would vote for the reelection of the president and that Virginia was sure to stay in the democratic column

President organizes $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. Washington, D.C., April 11. President Roosevelt met with his Relief and Congressional Aides today to the personal command of a new administration fight to check business recession with a $4,000,000,000 pump priming campaign. The president subordinated all other White House business to efforts to hammer his lending and spending program into shape as a major New Deal offensive against recession and unemployment, left to right: Director of the Budget Daniel Bell, Sen. James F. Byrnes, SC. Sen. Carter Glass of Va., Majority Leader of the House Sen. Sam Rayburn of Tex., Sen Kenneth McKeller of Tenn., Sec. of Treasury Henry Morenthau, and in the rear, Rep. Edward Johnson, of Colo., April 11, 1938

MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT HELPS SPREAD CHRISTMAS CHEER. WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 23. CONTINUING A PRECEDENT BEGUN BY THE LATE MRS. WARREN G. HARDING WHEN HER HUSBAND WAS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ASSISTED IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF XMAS BAGS TO HUNDREDS OF NEEDY CHILDREN THIS MORNING AT THE ANNUAL PARTY OF THE CENTRAL UNION MISSION AT THE CAPITOL THEATRE. SANTA CLAUS WAS PLAYED BY HOMER RODEHEAVER OF NEWYORK CITY. L TO R: SANTA CLAUS HOMER RODEHEAVER; BOBBY CARTER, 4; JOAN CARTER, 6; MARY ELLEN CARTER, 5; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

Nominee to Virginia Federal Judgeship questioned by Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., Feb. 1. Floyd Roberts, recently nominated by President Roosevelt to be a Federal District Judge in Virginia and whose nomination is opposed by Senators Carter and Glass and Harry F. Byrd, pictured as he was waiting to be called for questioning by the Senate Judiciary Committee today, 2-1-39

Young Democrats invite Vice President Garner to annual convention. Washington, March 16. A delegation of Young Democrats today invited Vice President Garner to attend their annual convention which will be held at Richmond, Va., March 17-18. In center of photograph, left to right: Mrs. Gilbert Carter, Democratic National Committee; woman from Fort Worth, Texas; Vice President Garner, and Miss Ocie Heady, National Vice President of the Young Democrats, 3-16-39

President Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon, June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash on Stage after the Cashs' "Evening at the White House" Concert Performance in the East Room

Country and Western Singers Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash Visit President Gerald R. Ford at the White House

[Reporters in press room observe President Gerald Ford on television during the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford preparing for the first debate with Jimmy Carter, in his office at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Jimmy Carter supporter holding "Carter for President" sign showing a peanut shell with a toothy grin at the Democratic National Convention, New York City]

[President Gerald Ford shakes hands with supporters at the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford greets supporters at the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford, covered with confetti, smiles at crowd after his arrival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter]

President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter Meet at the Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia to Debate Domestic Policy during the First of the Three Ford-Carter Debates

[British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher with President Jimmy Carter at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter speaks to the media after the departure of Jordan's King Hussein from the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter speaking at a White House dinner celebrating the signing of the Panama Canal Treaty, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[First Lady Rosalynn Carter and unidentified man wave goodbye to President Jimmy Carter as he departs via helicopter from the White House lawn, Washington, D.C.]

[Helicopter blades begin turning as First Lady Rosalynn Carter and unidentified men wave goodbye to President Jimmy Carter as he departs from the White House lawn, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter during Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's visit to the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter at a press conference, taking a question]

[President Jimmy Carter surrounded by school children in North Carolina]

[Turning helicopter blades blow a strong wind on First Lady Rosalynn Carter and unidentified men as they wave goodbye to President Jimmy Carter departing from the White House lawn, Washington, D.C.]

[Helicopter takes off from the White House lawn as First Lady Rosalynn Carter and unidentified men wave goodbye to President Jimmy Carter, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter surrounded by members of Congress at a Joint Session, Washington, D.C.]

[Peanut-shaped float passes by reviewing stand for the inauguration of Jimmy Carter to President, Washington, D.C.]

[Flag-waving, tuxedo-clad roller skater passes by reviewing stand for the inauguration of Jimmy Carter to President, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat surrounded by the media at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter dancing at an inaugural ball, Washington, D.C.]

Briefing notes for President Carter and Vice President Walter Mondale

[President Jimmy Carter on television during his first fireside chat at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter greets Mohammed Ali at a White House dinner celebrating the signing of the Panama Canal Treaty, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter working on a speech for television in the Oval Office of the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter at a press conference, surrounded by journalists]

[President Jimmy Carter on television during his first fireside chat at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter standing behind his desk in the Oval Office of the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Jimmy Carter's family departs to Camp David via helicopter from the White House lawn, Washington, D.C.]

The President and Mrs. Carter with Mamie Eisenhower

President Carter, Amy and friend -- winter games at Camp David

President Carter with Louis Martin

President Jimmy Carter with James King's Staff

President Carter's return from Germany

President Carter with Israeli leader Moshe Dayan

President and Mrs. Carter's trip -- Tehran, Iran

Jimmy Carter - With White House News Photographers winners, Fr. 2-5; With Bruce Llewellyn, President of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), Fr. 6-12

The Oval Office. #6-10 President Carter meets with Secretaries Harold Brown and Cecil Andrus.

The Cabinet Room. President Carter greets Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, Chief Executive Councilor of the Kwa Zulu Tribe of South Africa.

Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter - Dinner honoring President Jose Lopez Portillo

President Carter with C. Schultze

President Carter with Ms. Geraldine Ferraro, 9th Dist., NY

Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, President and Mrs. Nicolae Ceausescu of Romania - Arrival Ceremony

Senator Wendell Ford and Mr. C.G. Morehead present President Carter with paintings; President Carter meets with Mr. Andrew Glass, new Bureau Chief of Cox Newspapers.

President Carter meeting with Intelligence Oversight Board; Budget review mtg.

1-10 Chip Carter accepts gift on behalf of the President; 11-35 the President drops by Bert Lance Birthday Party`

President and Mrs. Carter's trip -- Normandy, France

President Carter Wtih the Maid of Cotton

President and Mrs. Carter's trip -- New Delhi, India

The President and Mrs. Carter at the Kennedy Center

President and Mrs. Carter, President and Mrs. Sadat of Egypt, Ham Jordan - Camp David

Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter, President and Mrs. Nicolae Ceausescu of Romania - Arrival Ceremony

3-11 Jimmy Carter with Panamanian President; 14-18 Peter Bourne Group

3-14 Poland; 16-29 President and Mrs. Carter's trip -- Tehran, Iran

President Carter with Robbyn Fox, Cystic Fibrosis child

President and Mrs. Carter's trip -- New Delhi, India

President Carter with Sect. Michael Blumenthal

President Carter and Amy welcome Mrs. Carter back from Costa Rica trip

The Oval Office. #10a-14a President Carter meets with National Security Council (NSC) advisors Turner and Brzezenski; #15a-18a meets with Harold Williams; #19a-24a meets with Jesse Unruh, State Treasurer of California.

President Carter meeting with Governors

President Carter and Tim Kraft and Jim Gammill in the President's study

3-9 President Carter in Oval Office 10-13 Mary King 14-17 Doug Costle 18-20 Barbara Blum 21-24 J. Gus Speth 25-28 Phil Wise

President Carter with Mr. and Mrs. James Woosley & Benjamin Woosley; handshake with Elected Officers of Intn'l Conference of Police Associations.

1a-4a President Carter with the Press for First Photo Session 5a-13a President Carter with Staff

Committee Amb. App. 3-4 Senate Youth Program 5-10 President Carter makes the final review of his reorganization statement prior to presenting it to Congress 11-16

Bob Hope with President and Mrs. Carter in receiving line for show business personalities on Hope' birthday.

President and Mrs. Carter's trip -- Normandy, France

The White House. President and Mrs. Carter host a private luncheon for Admiral Hyman Rickover and Mrs. Rickover.

President and Mrs. Carter's trip -- New Delhi, India

The Department of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development. President Carter and the Cabinet Secretary Jack Watson conduct th Departmental tours.

The Oval Office. President Carter meets with HUD Secy Patricia Harris.

3-7 President Carter with Congressman Al Ullman, Lance, Schulze, Eisenstadt, Moore 9-16 Mr. Jack Dunn, International Chaplain, Civitan International 17-26 President Carter with Governor and Mrs. Dolph Briscoe

President Carter, Tom Beard, Joe Smith, Jay Emmet, Jay Berman, Ira Harris - Staff Lunch - Roosevelt Room, Meeting with John Mintz

President Carter meeting with editors

President and Mrs. Carter and Friends

President Carter with Secretary Vance; and with Henry Howell of Virginia

The President and Mrs. Carter's trip to North Carolina and Georgia