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Visit of First Lady Michelle Obama to HUD headquarters

Michelle obama 2013 official portrait, beauty fashion.

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Ellen Axson Wilson

Ellen Axson Wilson

Ellen Axson Wilson

First Ladies Gowns, Julia Dent Grant

Margaret Wilson

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Margaret Wilson

Although the temperature was below the freezing [...] the President and Mrs. Coolidge were up early to view the eclipse of the sun from the lawn of the White House. They used a blackened window pane, while the First Lady of t[...] had a developed photographed plate furnished by one of [...] photographers

First Lady of the land tries Army chow. While inspecting the United States Army Medical exhibit in Washington today, Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, sampled a piece of meat prepared by one of the soldier cooks. The exhibit was staged for the delegates to the annual convention of the American Medical Association being held in the National Capital. On the left in the photograph is Capt. G.R. Sandrock and Maj. J.P. Fletcher, in charge of the exhibit

Washington youngsters surprise Mrs. Coolidge with May Day basket of flowers. [...] the First Lady of the land opened the door of [...] morning she found a May Basket of flowers ha[...] nob. The basket, filled with daisies, was pu[...] little Washington children to tell Mrs Coolidge [...] is Child Health Day." The daisies represen[...] "Better Health for Children" movement. The [...]ph are Nan Norton, Elizabeth Ann Taylor and [...] Cooley

First Lady of Land christens huge air liner. The First Lady of the Land, Mrs. Herbert Hoover, christening the giant airliner Buenos Aires today at the Naval Air Station in Washington. The ship will carry 32 passengers and a crew of 4 and will be put into passenger service between New York and South America by the New York Rio and Buenos Aires Air Line. Mrs. Hoover is greatly interested in the development of air traffic between North and South America as a means of promoting good will among the American republics

First Lady assists Santa. Mrs. Hoover took an active part in the Christmas affair for Washington's less fortunate residents. She is shown handing out one of the 1,500 bags of food and presents which were distributed by the Central Union Mission at a party held in the Fox Theatre. Assisting Mrs. Hoover are Santa Claus, in the person of John S. Bennett, and Mrs. Bennett, who have charge of the Mission. 12/24/30

First Lady of the land with son, Allan, and grandchildren at Fort Myer riding exhibition. Mrs. Herbert Hoover with her son Allan and the Hoover grandchildren, Betty Ann and Herbert Hoover, 3rd, as they arrived at Fort Myer, VA today to attend the riding exhibition given by the enlisted men of the United States Cavalry

First Lady attends convention session of C.A.R. Mrs. Herbert Hoover warmly greeted as she arrived at the Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington to attend a convention session of the Children of the American Revolution. In the center of photograph, left to right: Mrs. Lawrence Quirola, National Vice President of the C.A.R.; Mrs. Hoover; and Mrs. Samuel Arenta, National President of the C.A.R. 4/19/32

Mrs. Herbert Hoover and cabinet ladies at amaryllis show. The First Lady of the land and ladies of the cabinet viewed the beautiful blooms at the Department of Agriculture amaryllis show in Washington today. In the photograph, left to right; Mrs. Ogden L. Mills, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury; Mrs. Arthur M. Hyde, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture; Mrs. Herbert Hoover; Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, wife of Secretary of Navy; Mrs. Walter F. Brown, wife of Postmaster General; and Mrs. William D. Mitchell, wife of Attorney General. 3/23/32

FIRST LADY MEETS DEMOCRATIC PARTY MASCOT. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. ROOSEVELT FEEDS 'QUEENIE,' THE OFFICIAL MASCOT OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, A LUMP OF SUGAR AT THE LUNCHEON AND GARDEN PARTY GIVEN AT WOODLAWN, THE HOME OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR AND MRS. HARRY H. WOODRING. 'QUEENIE,' WHO WAS A PRESENT TO POSTMASTER GENERAL FARLEY LAST WINTER BY AN ADMIRER, WAS THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION AT THE PARTY WHICH WAS GIVEN BY THE WOMEN'S [...]

MRS. ROOSEVELT IS GUEST OF GIRL SCOUTS AT 15-CENT LUNCHEON. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ENJOYED A 15-CENT LUNCHEON TODAY AS GUEST OF THE GIRL SCOUTS IN THEIR 'LITTLE HOUSE' IN WASHINGTON. ON THE LEFT IS WALTER W. HEAD, PRESIDENT OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. FLORENCE YEAGER IS THE GIRL SCOUT SERVING THE FIRST LADY OF THE LAND

FIRST LADY OPENS CHRISTMAS SEAL DRIVE. THE NATION WIDE DRIVE FOR FUNDS WITH WHICH TO FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS IS OPENED BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AS SHE PURCHASES THE FIRST 1933 CHRISTMAS SEAL FROM MISS FLORENCE GWIN, DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. J. BLAINE GWIN OF WASHINGTON. THE CHRISTMAS SEALS WILL BE ON SALE FROM THANKSGIVING UNTIL CHRISTMAS DAY

NO ELEPHANT TOYS FOR FIRST LADY. MRS. ROOSEVELT, ON A CHRISTMAS SHOPPING TOUR, HAD A HARD TIME CONVINCING SANTA CLAUS THAT SHE DID NOT WANT A TOY ELEPHANT, A SYMBOL OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, AS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT. SHE IS SHOWN HERE INSPECTING AN ASSORTMENT OF TOYS AT A WASHINGTON, D.C. DEPARTMENT STORE FRIDAY

MADAME MINISTER AND FIRST LADY. MRS. RUTH BRYAN OWEN, FORMER MEMBER OF CONGRESS AND MINISTER TO DENMARK, [...] RIGHT, IS SHOWN HERE IN A PHOTOGRAPH MADE AT THE WHITE HOUSE WHILE SHE VISITED MRS. ROOSEVELT. MRS. OWEN IS ON LEAVE FROM HER POST IN DENMARK AND IS A WHITE HOUSE GUEST FOR A FEW DAYS

FIRST LADY ATTENDS SERVICES FOR DEAD KING. MRS. ROOSEVELT ATTENDED THE SERVICES HELD IN THE NATIONAL CATHEDRAL AT WASHINGTON IN HONOR OF KING ALEXANDER OF JUGO-SLAVIA, MURDERED MONARCH WHO WAS BURIED IN BELGRADE TODAY. MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS ACCOMPANIED BY WHITE HOUSE AIDES, COL. EDWIN M. WATSON, U.S.A., LEFT, AND CAPT. WILSON BROWN, U.S.N.

MRS. ROOSEVELT SPEAKS AT RED CROSS CONVENTION. MRS. ROOSEVELT, FIRST LADY OF THE LAND, AS SHE GAVE DELEGATES TO THE ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS A LESSON IN 'HOW TO BE A PRESS AGENT.' SHE TOLD THE DELEGATES, WHO DISCUSSED WAYS AND MEANS OF GETTING PRACTICALLY EVERY ELIGIBLE PERSON TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE ORGANIZATION, THAT THEY SHOULD SHOW TO THE PUBLIC OF VARIOUS SECTIONS 'CONCRETE HUMAN EXAMPLES' OF THE WORK THE ORGANIZATION DOES

FIRST LADY HELPS SALVATION ARMY DISTRIBUTE BASKETS TO POOR. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, IN A DAY OF CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES, JOINED WITH THE SALVATION ARMY IN DISTRIUTING BASKETS OF FOOD TO THE NEEDY. SHE IS SHOWN HERE PRESENTING A BASKET TO MRS. MAY JOHNSON. FROM THE LEFT: MRS. JOHNSON; MRS. JAMES ASHER; MAJOR JAMES ASHER, HEAD OF THE SALVATION ARMY IN WASHINGTON; MRS. ROOSEVELT; SECRETARY OF WAR DERN; AND THE RT. REV. JAMES FREEMAN, BISHOP OF WASHINGTON

FIRST LADY JOINS IN COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE. MRS. ROOSEVELT MEETS WITH PROMINENT WOMEN AS THE COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE GETS UNDERWAY WITH AN ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT TO 500 LEADERS. FROM THE LEFT: MRS. MARGARET CULKIN BANNING, DULUTH, MINN.; MRS. NEWTON D. BAKER; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. THOMAS A. EDISON

MRS. ROOSEVELT OPENS SLUM CLEARANCE MEETING. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT IS GREETED BY NORMAN THOMAS AS THE FIRST LADY PREPARES TO OPEN THE NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE AT THE WILLARD HOTEL IN WASHINGTON FRIDAY NIGHT. IN CENTER IS MARY KINGSBURY SIMKHOVITCH, NEW YORK, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL PUBLIC HOUSING CONFERENCE

FIRST LADY AT DANCE. MRS. ROOSEVELT, AT LEFT, AND HER PARTY AS THEY ATTENDED THE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT BIRTHDAY BALL AT THE SHOREHAM HOTEL. FROM THE LEFT: MRS. ROOSEVELT; ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY HENRY L. ROOSEVELT; RAY BAKER, CHAIRMAN OF THE BALLADOR OSWALDO ARANHA, CENTER, AND PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT COMPLETED THE PICTURE

Eleanor Roosevelt Visits a National Youth Administration Project

FIRST LADY GREETS GUESTS. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT GREETS THE THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN CROWDING THE LAWN OF THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE ANNUAL EASTER EGG ROLLING PARTY. FROM THE LEFT: MRS. J. HALL ROOSEVELT OF DETROIT; HER DAUGHTER DIANA; THE FIRST LADY; AMY ROOSEVELT, SISTER OF DIANA; AND MAYRIS CHANEY OF NEW YORK CITY

FIRST LADY AT HOLMES FUNERAL. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT, LEFT, AND MRS. FELIX FRANKFURTER, WIFE OF A CLOSE FRIEND OF THE LATE OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, AT HOLMES FUNERAL

ROOSEVELT ANNIVERSARY WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 17. MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT RECEIVES THE FELICITATIONS OF MRS. JOHN NANCE GARNER UPON THE OCCASION OF THE 31ST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT. THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED A SENATE LADIES LUNCHEON GIVEN IN HONOR OF THE ANNIVERSARY

FIRST LADY OF LAND IS LUNCHEON GUEST OF JEWISH WOMEN IN WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WAS THE GUEST OF HONOR TODAY AT LUNCHEON GIVEN BY THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE OF UNITED SYNOGOGUES HOLDING THEIR ANNUAL CONVENTION AT THE WILLARD HOTEL. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: MRS. MORRIS GEWIRZ, CHAIRMAN OF THE LUNCHEON COMMITTEE; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. SAMUEL SPIEGEL, NATIONAL PRESIDENT OF WOMEN'S LEAGUE OF THE UNITED SYNOGOGUES

FIRST LADY ATTENDS SERVICES FOR SECRETARY OF WAR. WASHINGTON, D.C. AUGUST 29. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ARRIVING AT MT. PLEASANT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH TO ATTEND FUNERAL SERVICES FOR SECRETARY OF WAR GEORGE H. DERN. STEPHEN T. EARLY, SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT, ACCOMPANIED MRS. ROOSEVELT

FLOWERS FOR FIRST LADY. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 13. DORIS THORNE, ACTING FOR THE GOOD SAMARITANS, A CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION, PRESENTS A BASKET OF FLOWERS TO MRS. FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT. THIS WAS PART OF THE COLORFUL EASTER EGG ROLLING CEREMONIES ON THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN

FIRST LADY CHRISTENS PLANE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 17. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND CAPT. EDDIE RICHENBACKER HOLDING THE BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE WHICH THE FIRST LADY USED TODAY IN CHRISTENING THE FLAGSHIP OF THE EASTERN AIR LINES WASHINGTON-NEW YORK RUN. UNDER THE NEW SCHEDULE WHICH STARTED TODAY, IT WILL BE A PLANE 'EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR' FROM 8 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT FROM WASHINGTON TO NEW YORK. THIS WILL MAKE THE RUN THE MOST FEQUENT AIR TRANSPORT SERVICE IN THE WORLD

FIRST LADY AND WIFE OF CHIEF JUSTICE BREAKFAST TOGETHER. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 22. BREAKFASTING TODAY AS GUESTS OF THE CONGRESSIONAL CLUB, MRS. ROOSEVELT AND MRS. CHARLES EVANS HUGHES, WIFE OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE, SEEMED TO BE ENJOYING AN 'OFF-THE-RECORD' CHAT. MAYBE THEY'RE DISCUSSING THE PACKING OF THE SUPREME COURT. THE BREAKFAST, WHICH IS GIVEN ANNUALLY IN HONOR OF THE PRESIDENT'S WIFE, WAS FIRST ESTABLISHED DURING THE WILSON ADMINISTRATION

FIRST LADY ATTENDS FARLEY DINNER. WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 16. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT SEEMS TO BE ENJOYING THE CONSOMME AT THE TESTIMONIAL DINNER GIVEN TO JAMES A FARLEY LAST NIGHT. DEMOCRATS FROM EVERY STATE IN THE UNION ATTENDED THE AFFAIR

FIRST LADY INVITED TO VETERANS BALL. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 4. MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS TODAY INVITED TO ATTEND THE 19TH ANNUAL VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS ARMISTICE BALL TO BE HELD AT THE WILLARD HOTEL NOVEMBER 11. L TO R: STEPHEN NICHKA, GENERAL CHAIRMAN; DAVID HERMAN, DEPARTMENT COMMANDER; AND DR. VICTOR CERCELL PRESENTING TICKET TO FIRST LADY

FIRST LADY ASSISTS IN HONORING UNKNOWN SOLDIER AT EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 28. FOLLOWING THE EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES IN THE ARLINGTON AMPHITHEATER, THE MEMBERS OF THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR PLACED A CROSS OF LILIES ON THE TOMB OF AMERICA'S UNKNOWN SOLDIER. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, L TO R: ARTHUR C. SHAW, EUGENE E. THOMPSON, MRS. ROOSEVELT, GEORGE R. McHENRY, AND JOHN D. McDUFFY

MAY DAY FLOWERS FOR FIRST LADY. WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 2. MAY DAY, DESIGNATED BY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AS CHILD HEALTH DAY, WAS OBSERVED AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY WHEN TWO CAPITAL YOUNGSTERS, WARDS OF THE COMMUNITY CHEST, PRESENTED A BASKET OF FLOWERS TO MRS. ROOSEVELT. THE CHILDREN ARE JOAN PERRY, LEFT, 4 YEARS OLD; AND CARLOYN ANN BROWN, 7 YEARS OLD

FIRST LADY HELPS SANTA. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 24. SANTA HAD A HELPER IN MRS. ROOSEVELT AT THE CENTRAL UNION MISSION'S PARTY WHICH TOOK PLACE AT THE LOWE'S CAPITOL THEATER THIS MORNING. L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT, MRS. JOHN BENNETT OF THE CENTRAL UNION MISSION, AND HOMER RODEHEAVER AS SANTA

PRESS WOMEN FETE MRS. ROOSEVELT ON 54TH BIRTHDAY. WASHINGTON, D.C.OCTOBER 11. CELEBRATING HER 54TH BIRTHDAY TODAY, MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WAS ENTERTAINED AT A SPECIAL LUNCHEON IN HER HONOR BY MEMBERS OF THE WOMEN'S NATIONAL PRESS CLUB. THE FIRST LADY IS PICTURED CUTTING HER BIRTHDAY CAKE, WHICH INCIDENTLY CONTAINEDONLY 21 CANDLES. MISS HOPE RIDINGS MILLER, PRESIDENT OF THE CLUB, IS ON THE LEFT

FIRST LADY CONGRATULATES NEW APPOINTEE TO SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 30. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CONGRATULATING MRS. ELLEN S. WOODWARD, WHO WAS TODAY SWORN IN AS A MEMBER OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD TO SUCCEED MISS MARY DEWSON. THE FIRST LADY WISHED MRS. WOODWARD 'THE UTMOST OF SUCCESS.' MRS. WOODWARD WAS FORMERLY AN ASSISTANT PWA ADMINISTRATOR

FIRST LADY ADDRESSES EDUCATION CONFERENCE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 24. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TODAY ADDRESSED THE CONFERENCE ON THE EDUCATION OF BLIND, DEAF, AND SOCIALLY-MALADJUSTED BOYS AND GIRLS IN THE UNITED STATES WHICH OPENED THIS MORNING IN THE OFFICE OF EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. THE FIRST LADY HAS SHOWN MUCH INTEREST IN THE EDUCATION OF HANDICAPPED AND SOCIALLY-MALADJUSTED CHILDREN. IN THE PHOTOGRAPH ON THE ...U.S. COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION JOHN W. STUDEBAKER, AND ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF INTERIOR OSCAR L. CHAPMAN

FIRST LADY MINGLES WITH SCREEN STARS. WASHINGTON, D.C. MRS. ROOSEVELT MADE THE ROUNDS OF THE NUMEROUS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS TONIGHT IN THE COMPANY OF THE SCREEN STARS WHO CAME FROM HOLLYWOOD ESPECIALLY FOR THE OCCASION. HERE WE SEE, L TO R: KEN MURRAY, FREDERICK MARCH, MRS. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. FREDERICK MARCH

A GREETING FROM THE FIRST LADY. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 29. MRS. ROOSEVELT WAVES A GREETING TO THE THRONG OF MERRYMAKERS CELEBRATING THE PRESIDENT'S 56TH BIRTHDAY AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL

FIRST LADY CHATS WITH ACTING HEAD OF DIES COMMITTEE. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 30. FOLLOWING HER UNANNOUNCED APPEARANCE AT THE DIES COMMITTEE HEARING TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT STAYED TO CHAT WITH ACTING CHAIRMAN REP. JOE STARNES, WHEN THE MORNING SESSION ADJOURNED. THE FIRST LADY LISTENED TO TESTIMONY CONCERNING THE AMERICAN YOUTH CONGRESS

FIRST LADY MAKES FIRST CONTRIBUTION TO WOMEN'S OLYMPIC FUND. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY MADE THE FIRST CONTRIBUTION TO A FUND NOW BEING COLLECTED TO SEND TRACK, SWIMMING, AND FIELD TEAMS TO FINLAND FOR THE OLYMPICS. L TO R: MRS. ROOSEVELT; DEE BOECKMANN, NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OF THE WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD COMMITTEE; HJALMAR PROCOPE, FINLAND MINISTER; AND LUCILLE BRACKETT, D.C. SWIMMER

FIRST LADY AND MRS. MORGANTHAU SEE UNEMPLOYED TRADE TIME FOR CLOTHES AND FOOD, WASHINGTON, D.C. FEBRUARY 9. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND MRS. HENRY MORGANTHAU TODAY VISITED THE SELF-HELP EXCHANGE HERE TO SEE EMPLOYABLE UNEMPLOYED HELPING EACH OTHER. MEMBERS PRODUCE GOODS WHICH ARE EXCHANGED TO OTHER MEMBERS THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF SCRIP. L TO R: MRS. J.A. HOVERT, LOANED BY CIVIC THEATER FOR PUBLICITY; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. MORGANTHAU. THEY ARE EXAMINING GARMENTS MADE BY THE GROUP

'HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU! WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 11. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WAS 55 YEARS OLD TODAY BUT IT WAS JUST 'ANOTHER DAY' TO THE FIRST LADY. ONE EXCEPTION IN HER REGULAR DAILY ROUTINE OF TEAS, LUNCHEONS AND LECTURES WAS THE TRADITIONAL FAMILY CELEBRATION WITH A BIRTHDAY CAKE, BUT SOMEBODY PRESENTED AN ORCHID. WE THINK IT SUITS HER

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT WARDMAN PARK HOTEL TONIGHT TO COMPLETE A ROUND OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS IN THE CAPITAL. THE FIRST LADY THEN RETURNED TO THE WHITE HOUSE WHERE SHE LISTENED TO THE PRESIDENT IN A RADIO ADDRESS EXPRESS HIS APPRECIATION TO THE COUNTRY FOR ATTENDING THE BALLS, FUNDS FROM WHICH WILL GO TOWARD THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS

FIRST LADY LISTENS TO TESTIMONY AT DIES COMMITTEE. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 30. PAYING A SURPRISE VISIT TO THE DIES HEARING TODAY WHERE SHE HEARD TESTIMONY CONCERNING THE AMERICAN YOUTH CONFERENCE, MRS. ROOSEVELT IS HELPED OUT OF HER COAT BY JACK McMICHAEL, CHAIRMAN OF THE ORGANIZATION, AND WILLIAM W. HINCKLEY, RIGHT, FORMER CHAIRMAN

FIRST LADY GUEST OF WASHINGTON JUNIOR LEAGUE. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 27. MRS. ROOSEVELT SPOKE ABOUT VOLUNTEER WORK IN SOCIAL SERVICE TODAY BEFORE THE PROVISIONAL MEMBERS OF THE WASHINGTON JUNIOR LEAGUE. THE PROVISION MEMBERS OF THE LEAGUE ARE TAKING A TRAINING COURSE TO PREPARE THEM FOR WORK IN WELFARE FIELDS. THE FIRST LADY WAS ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE NEW YORK JUNIOR LEAGUE. L TO R: MRS. FREDERICK WALLER, CHAIRMAN OF THE PROVISIONAL GROUP; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND MRS. CECIL LESTER JONES, PRESIDENT OF WASHINGTON JUNIOR LEAGUE

MOVIES RECORD VISIT OF FIRST LADY AND WIFE OF TREASURY SECRETARY TO SELF HELP EXCHANGE. WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARY 9. WHEN MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND MRS. HENRY MORGANTHAU TODAY VISITED THE SELF-HELP EXCHANGE HERE, MOVIE NEWS CAMERAS WERE ON HAND . FACING THE MOVIE PHOTOGRAPHER ARE MRS. MORGANTHAU AND MRS. ROOSEVELT. THEY CAME TO THE EXCHANGE TO SEE THE UNEMPLOYED EMPLOYABLES PRODUCE GOOD, BE PAID IN SCRIP AND BUY COMMUNAL ARTICLES FOR THEIR OWN USE

FIRST LADY ASSISTS SALVATION ARMY. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 23. AS PART OF HER PROGRAM OF SPREADING CHRISTMAS CHEER, MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT ASSISTED THE SALVATION ARMY IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF XMAS FOOD BASKETS TO THE NEEDY OF WASHINGTON. IN THE PICTURE, L TO R: MRS. CHARLES H. DODD; MRS. FANNIE COOK AND HER DAUGHTER, DOLORES, AGED 9; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND MAJOR CHARLES H. DODD, DIVISIONAL COMMANDER OF THE SALVATION ARMY

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E. M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C. PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS; EDGAR MORRIS; ANDREA LEEDS, SCREEN STAR; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS

FIRST LADY AT GENERAL SESSION OF THE FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE ASSOCIATION OF LAND-GRANT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 17. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TODAY ATTENDED THE GENERAL SESSION OF THE FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE ASSICIATION OF LAND-GRANT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. SHOWN: T.O. WALTON, OF TEXAS, CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE; J. A. BURRUSS, OF VIRGINIA, PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION; MRS. ROOSEVELT; AND SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE HENRY WALLACE

FIRST LADY MADE HONORARY MEMBER OF WORKERS ALLIANCE BY LASSER. WASHINGTON, D.C. JUNE 7. MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS TODAY MADE AN HONORARY MEMBER OF THE WORKERS' ALLIANCE BY PRESIDENT DAVID LASSER WHEN SHE CONCLUDED HER 20-MINUTE ADDERSS TO THE NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK CONGRESS IN CONVENTION AT THE LABOR DEPARTMENT'S AUDITORIUM

FIRST LADY ATTENDS DIES HEARING FOR THIRD TIME. WASHINGTON, D.C. DECEMBER 1. ATTENDING THE DIES HEARING TODAY FOR THE THIRD TIME, MRS. ROOSEVELT APPEARS INTENTLY INTERESTED AS SHE LISTENS TO THE TESTIMONY OF JOSEPH P. LASH, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF THE AAMERICAN STUDENT'S UNION

FIRST LADY OPENS BETTER HOMES WEEK AT GIRL SCOUTS' LUNCHEON HERE. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 26. NATIONAL BETTER HOMES WEEK WAS USHERED IN TODAY BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AT LUNCHEON AT GIRL SCOUT HEADQUARTERS HERE. THE LUNCHEON WAS COOKED AND SERVED BY MEMBERS, EACH GIRL PREPARING ONE DISH OR OTHERWISE HANDLING ONE PHASE OF ARRANGEMENTS. HERE THE FIRST LADY INSPECTS A PAN OF CUPCAKES PREPARED BY LOIS LUTTON

FIRST LADY LUNCHEON GUEST OF B'NAI B'RITH. WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 13. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT WAS GUEST OF HONOR AND PRINCIPAL SPEAKER AT THE FIRST BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON TODAY OF THE WOMEN'S AUXILIARY OF ARGO LODGE OF B'NAI B'RITH WHICH WAS HELD AT THE WILLARD HOTEL HERE. HERE WE SEE THE FIRST LADY CUTTING THE ORGANIZATION'S FIRST BIRTHDAY CAKE WHILE MRS. GERWIRZ, LEFT, RETIRING PRESIDENT, AND MRS. CHARLES A. GOLDSMITH, CHAIRMAN OF THE LUNCHEON, LOOK ON

PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY GREET EGG ROLLERS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 10. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT WAVE A GREETING TO THE THOUSANDS OF YOUNGSTERS WHO GATHERED ON THE WHITE HOUSE LAWN TODAY TO ROLL THEIR GAYLY COLORED EASTER EGGS

FIRST LADY PAYS SURPRISE VISIT TO DIES COMMITTEE INVESTIGATION. WASHINGTON, D.C. NOVEMBER 30. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT PAID A SURPRISE AND UNANNOUNCED VISIT TO THE DIES COMMITTEE HEARING AT THE CAPITOL TODAY TO HEAR TESTIMONY CONCERNING THE AMERICAN YOUTH CONGRESS, AND WILLIAM W. HINCKLEY, FORMER CHAIRMAN

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E.M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C. PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS, EDGAR MORRIS; ANDREA LEEDS, SCREEN STAR; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

FIRST LADY PRESENTS TROPHY. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 25. ERROL FLYNN, STEPPING OUT OF HIS ROLE AS MOVIE STAR, TURNED HORSEMAN, AT THE FORT MYER PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY HORSE SHOW. MRS. ROOSEVELT PRESENTS THE HACK CLASS TROPHY WHICH HE WON

DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN LADY VOTERS TALK THINGS OVER. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 26. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS GENERAL COUNCIL DINNER 'THE LIBERTY WE PRIZE' HAD AS ITS GUEST SPEAKERS THE OUTSTANDING LADIES OF BOTH PARTIES. L TO R: MISS MARGUERITE M. WELLS, PRESIDENT; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, FIRST LADY; MRS. ROBERT A. TAFT, TOASTMISTRESS; AND JUDGE FLORENCE E. ALLEN

FIRST LADY CUTS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. AS A CLIMAX TO HER ATTENDANCE AT MANY OF THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALLS IN THE CAPITAL TONIGHT, MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE OFFICIAL PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AT THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL. THIS WAS THE LAST CELEBRATION THE FIRST LADY ATTENDED BEFORE RETURNING TO THE WHITE HOUSE TO LISTEN TO THE PRESIDENT THANK THE NATION OVER THE AIR FOR THEIR INTEREST IN THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS. L TO R: MRS. E M. COLVIN, NIECE OF D.C. COMMISSIONER MELVIN HAZEN; MRS. EDGAR MORRIS, WIFE OF THE CHAIRMAN FOR THE D.C

FIRST LADY TALKS TO WIFE OF G.O.P. CANDIDATE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 11. WHEN MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FINISHED TALKING TO MRS. THOMAS E. DEWEY, SHE SMILED TO NEWSPAPERWOMEN PRESENT AND SAID, 'WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO KNOW WHAT WE SAID?' THE PHOTOGRAPH WAS TAKEN AT SATURDAY NIGHT'S STUNT PARTY BY THE WOMEN'S NATIONAL PRESS CLUB

FIRST LADY ARRIVES AT CAPITOL WITH GRANDCHILDREN AND DIANA HOPKINS TO HEAR PRESIDENT ADDRESS CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 3. MRS. ROOSEVELT WITH HER GRANDCHILDREN, 'BUZZIE' AND 'SISTIE' DALL, AND DIANA HOPKINS, DAUGHTER OF THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE HARRY HOPKINS, ARRIVING AT THE CAPITOL TODAY TO HEAR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ADDRESS A JOINT SESSION OF CONGRESS

FIRST LADY WELCOMES PRESIDENT-ELECT OF COSTA RICA TO WHITE HOUSE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 25. MRS. ROOSEVELT GREETING PRESIDENT-ELECT OF COSTA RICA DR. RAFAEL A. CALDERON GUARDIA AND SENORA DE CALDERSON GUARDIA WHEN THEY ARRIVED FOR A VISIT AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL IS SHOWN ON THE RIGHT

FIRST LADY WELCOMES FIRST OF EASTER EGG ROLLERS. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 25. TWO-YEAR-OLD MARSHA WILLIAMS, DAUGHTER OF CAPT. HERBERT WILLIAMS, U.S. MARINE CORPS AND MRS. WILLIAMS, IS GREETED BY MRS. ROOSEVELT AS SHE ARRIVED TO ROLL HER EASTER EGGS ON THE SOUTH LAWN OF THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY. BECAUSE OF THE COLD WEATHER THE CROWD WAS THE SMALLEST IN 15 YEARS TO ATTEND THE TRADITIONAL FESTIVITIES. MRS. WILLIAMS IS SHOWN ON DAUGHTER'S LEFT

FIRST LADY IN JOVIAL MOOD AS SHE SLICES HUGE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 30. MRS. ROOSEVELT CUTS THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY CAKE AFTER REACHING THE MAYFLOWER HOTEL TONIGHT FOLLOWING HER VISIT TO THE MANY BIRTHDAY BALLS BEING STAGED IN THE CAPITAL TO HONOR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND HELP THE FIGHT AGAINST INFANTILE PARALYSIS

WOMEN LEADERS MEET WITH FIRST LADY TO OPEN FIGHT ON INFANTILE PARALYSIS, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 6. AS PART OF A 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' DRIVE PARTICIPATED IN BY PROMINENT WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES, A BROADCAST WAS SENT OUT THROUGH THE NATION FROM THE WHITE HOUSE'S DIPLOMATIC RECEPTION ROOM. PHOTO SHOWS, L TO R: FILM STAR MARY PICKFORD, MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. STANLEY F. REED, WIFE OF THE SUPREME COURT ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, AS THEY GROUPED ABOUT THE MICROPHONE

GIRL SCOUTS PREPARE LUNCHEON UNDER WATCHFUL EYES OF MRS. ROOSEVELT. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. ARRIVING EARLY AT THE GIRL SCOUTS LITTLE HOUSE WHERE SHE WAS HONOR GUEST AT A LUNCHEON TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT WATCHED THE YOUNGSTERS PREPARE THE FOOD THEY LATER SERVED AT THE MEAL. THE FIRST LADY'S VISIT HIGHLIGHTED GIRL SCOUT PARTICIPATION THROUGHTOUT THE COUNTRY IN THE OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL BETTER HOMES WEEK. SHOWN WITH MRS. ROOSEVELT, L TO R: SARAH DONALDSON; MARIAN FAEL; VIRGINIA STEELE; AND BETTY ROSSER

INTRODUCTORY SPEECH OF SPEAKING CLASS FOR WIVES OF CONGRESS MEMBERS MADE BY FIRST LADY. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 11. MRS.FANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT TODAY MADE THE OPENING ADDRESS TO MEMBERS OF MRS. HUGH BUTLER'S CLASS IN PLATFORM SPEAKING FOR WIVES OF MEMBERS OF OF CONGRESS. THE CLASS WAS PRESIDED OVER BY MRS. WILLIAM M. WHITTINGTON, WIFE OF THE CONGRESSMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI, WHO LAST YEAR TOOK THE ANNUAL SECOND PRIZE FOR BEING THE BEST SPEAKER, AND MRS. ROOSEVELT WAS INTRODUCED BY FIRST PRIZE WINNER, MRS. JOHN J. SPARKMAN, WIFE OF THE CONGRESSMAN FROM ALABAMA, WHO SHOWED THE MOST IMPROVEMENT LAST YEAR. L TO R: MRS. SPARKMAN, MRS. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. WHITTINGTON

FIRST LADY APPEALS FOR RED CROSS FUNDS. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 21. MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT RECORDING FOR THE SOUND MOVIE CAMERA HER APPEAL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE $10,000,000 RED CROSS RELIEF FUND FOR AID TO CIVILIANS AND WOUNDED IN THE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES NOW AT WAR. THE FIRST LADY POSED FOR THE CAMERAMEN AT THE HEADQUARTERS OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN WASHINGTON

FIRST LADY EATS FIVE CENT MEAL. WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 14. CLIMAXING A CONFERENCE OF 'DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN DEPRESSION,' MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT AND OTHER PROMINENT WOMEN TONIGHT ATE A FIVE CENT 'RELIEF' DINNER. THE FIVE CENT MEAL WAS BASED ON THE ACTUAL PER- MEAL PER-PERSON FOOD BUDGET OF THE AVERAGE WOMAN WORKING ON WPA. IT EXCEEDS BY 2 CENTS THE AVERAGE FOR RELIEF FAMILIES. SHOWN IN THE PICTURE, L TO R: MRS. HUGH EASLEY, ST. LOUIS, MO, TYPICAL MOTHER ON RELIEF; LITTLE ...BASLEY, 3 YEARS OLD; AND MRS. ROOSEVELT

First lady inspects war workers homes. On an inspection tour of federal dormitories for war workers in Washington, D.C. on May 18, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt visited four projects recently erected for Negroes. Shown greeting the First Lady at George Washington Carver Hall, residential hotel for Negro men, is Hillyard Robinson, architect who designed the building. Looking on is W. Spurgeon Burke, resident manager of both Carver Hall and the Lucy Slowe Hall, residential hotel for Negro women war workers

Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, Sponsor for USS Tench (SS 417) Launch

Photograph of President Harry S. Truman with Cabinet and Family Leaving the Capitol

Photograph of Archibald Roosevelt, President Harry S. Truman and Bess Wallace Truman Before the Straus Memorial

Truman and Wallace Families at the White House for Christmas Dinner

Photograph of India Edwards with the First Lady and First Daughter

Photograph of President Harry S. Truman at Opening Baseball Game

Truman Family in Key West, Florida

Photograph of Ladies Spanish Class

Photograph of Mrs. Bess W. Truman with Democratic Women

Harry S. Truman Reading on the Balcony of White House

President Harry S. Truman and First Lady Bess Truman Returning to the White House after the Renovation

Photograph of President Harry S. Truman at Carillon Ceremony

First Lady Bess W. Truman Receives Gift from Girl Scouts

First Lady’s Press Secretary Pamela Turnure

The East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, Set for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s Luncheon for Newswomen

First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Greets Guests before a Reception for the Wives of American Society of Newspaper Editors Members

President John F. Kennedy and Others Await Arrival of Habib Bourguiba Sr., President of Tunisia, and His Wife, Moufida Bourguiba

President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Bid Farewell to Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco

First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Press Secretary Pamela Turnure with a Visitor