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    KN-18483. Colombian Group Presents Gifts for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy
    White House Photographs3 August 1961

    Four unidentified White House staff members accept a gift for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy from a group from Colombia in the East Wing Lobby, White House, Washington, D.C. Also pictured: White House Police officers, Inspector Kenneth M. Burke (far left, on edge of frame) and Major Ralph C. "Smokey" Stover (fourth from right, partially hidden).

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    KN-18484. Colombian Group with White House Staff and Police Officers
    White House Photographs3 August 1961

    Four unidentified White House staff members pose with a group from Colombia during a presentation of gifts for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the East Wing Lobby, White House, Washington, D.C. White House Police officers, Inspector Kenneth M. Burke (left) and Major Ralph C. "Smokey" Stover (right), stand with the group.

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    KN-C18651. One Millionth White House Visitor for 1961 Talks to Press
    White House Photographs23 August 1961

    The one millionth visitor to the White House in 1961 and her family talk to reporters outside the West entrance to the White House, Washington, D.C. Group includes: Edythe Sprayberry (the one millionth visitor), her husband Jack Sprayberry, and their children Alice Sprayberry, Susan Sprayberry, and Tom Sprayberry; reporters; photographers. Standing...

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    KN-C18652. One Millionth White House Visitor for 1961
    White House Photographs23 August 1961

    The one millionth visitor to the White House in 1961 and her family stand in the visitors’ line in the East Wing Colonnade, White House, Washington, D.C. Back row (L-R): Chief of White House Police, Major Ralph C. "Smokey" Stover; Jack Sprayberry; White House Staff Assistant John J. "Jack" McNally; Edythe Sprayberry (the one millionth visitor); Whi...

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    KN-C18655. One Millionth White House Visitor for 1961 Talks to Press
    White House Photographs23 August 1961

    The one millionth visitor to the White House in 1961 and her family talk to reporters outside the West entrance to the White House, Washington, D.C. Group includes: Edythe Sprayberry (the one millionth visitor); her husband, Jack Sprayberry; and their children Alice Sprayberry, Susan Sprayberry, and Tom Sprayberry; reporters; photographers. Standin...

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    ST-A8-1-61. President John F. Kennedy Meets One Millionth White House Visitor for 1961
    White House Photographs23 August 1961

    President John F. Kennedy meets Edythe Sprayberry, the one millionth visitor to the White House in 1961, in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. (L-R) White House Police Officer, Kenneth M. Burke; Chief of White House Police, Major Ralph C. "Smokey" Stover; President Kennedy; Jack Sprayberry; Tom Sprayberry; Susan Sprayberry; Alice Sprayb...

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    KN-C18635. Retirement Party for Secret Service Chief U. E. Baughman
    White House Photographs24 August 1961

    Guests pose for a photograph at a retirement party for United States Secret Service Director U. E. Baughman in the Secret Service Office, White House, Washington, D.C. Among the guests pictured: Secret Service agents Dick Johnsen, Gerald “Jerry” Behn, Dave Grant, Win Lawson, Lubert "Bert" de Freese, Emory Roberts, Bob Foster, and Rufus Youngblood; ...

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    KN-C18636. Retirement Party for Secret Service Chief U. E. Baughman
    White House Photographs24 August 1961

    Guests pose for a photograph at a retirement party for United States Secret Service Director U. E. Baughman in the Secret Service Office, White House, Washington, D.C. Among the guests pictured: Secret Service agents Dave Grant, Win Lawson, Lubert "Bert" de Freese, Emory Roberts, Bob Foster, Rufus W. Youngblood, Floyd Boring, and John Campion; Whit...

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    KN-C18703. President John F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson at Anniversary of First State Workmen's Compensation Law
    White House Photographs31 August 1961

    President John F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson with guests at a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the first state Workmen's Compensation Law, enacted in Wisconsin in 1911, on the South Lawn driveway at the White House, Washington, D.C. The guests pose beside an image of the commemorative stamp created for the occasion. (L-R) ...

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    ST-197-6-61. Guests at a Swearing-In Ceremony for Secret Service Director James J. Rowley
    White House Photographs1 September 1961

    Newly sworn-in Secret Service Director James J. Rowley greets Secret Service agents and White House Police officers after Director Rowley’s swearing-in ceremony at the Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. White House Police Officer, Kenneth M. Burke, stands at far left. [Photograph by Harold Sellers]

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