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    KN-C18029. Luncheon in Honor of Fulbert Youlou, President of the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville
    White House Photographs8 June 1961

    Luncheon in honor of President of the Republic of the Congo Fulbert Youlou (Brazzaville). President Youlou and President John F. Kennedy are seated in the middle of the table (with an unidentified man crouching between them), and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson is seated at the table third from the right with his back to the camera. The painting o...

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    KN-C18030. Luncheon in Honor of Fulbert Youlou, President of the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville
    White House Photographs8 June 1961

    Luncheon in honor of President of the Republic of the Congo Fulbert Youlou (Brazzaville). (L-R) President Youlou, unidentified man, President John F. Kennedy. The painting over the fireplace is an 1869 portrait of Abraham Lincoln by George P.A. Healy and was donated to the White House in 1939. The inscription in the green marble fireplace was commi...

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    KN-C18031. Luncheon in Honor of Fulbert Youlou, President of the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville
    White House Photographs8 June 1961

    Luncheon in honor of President of the Republic of the Congo Fulbert Youlou (Brazzaville). (L-R) President Youlou, unidentified man, President John F. Kennedy. The painting over the fireplace is an 1869 portrait of Abraham Lincoln by George P.A. Healy and was donated to the White House in 1939. The inscription in the green marble fireplace was commi...

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    KN-C18032. Luncheon in Honor of Fulbert Youlou, President of the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville
    White House Photographs8 June 1961

    Luncheon in honor of President of the Republic of the Congo Fulbert Youlou (Brazzaville). (L-R) President Youlou, unidentified man, President John F. Kennedy. The painting over the fireplace is an 1869 portrait of Abraham Lincoln by George P.A. Healy and was donated to the White House in 1939. The inscription in the green marble fireplace was commi...

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    ST-A12-13-61. Luncheon in Honor of Fulbert Youlou, President of the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville
    White House Photographs8 June 1961

    Luncheon in honor of President of the Republic of the Congo Fulbert Youlou (Brazzaville). Seated at the table (L-R): Unidentified man, Speaker of the House of Representatives Sam Rayburn, President Youlou, President John F. Kennedy, and others unidentified. The painting over the fireplace is an 1869 portrait of Abraham Lincoln by George P.A. Healy ...

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    ST-A12-14-61. Luncheon in Honor of Fulbert Youlou, President of the Republic of Congo, Brazzaville
    White House Photographs8 June 1961

    Luncheon in honor of President of the Republic of the Congo Fulbert Youlou (Brazzaville). (L-R) Unidentified man, Speaker of the House of Representatives Sam Rayburn, President Youlou, an unidentified man, President John F. Kennedy, and an unidentified man. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson is in the foreground on the right side of the photograph wi...

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    KN-C18151. State Dining Room Prior to Luncheon in Honor of Hayato Ikeda, Prime Minister of Japan
    White House Photographs21 June 1961

    Head table set up for a luncheon in honor of Prime Minister of Japan Hayato Ikeda. The painting over the fireplace is an 1869 portrait of Abraham Lincoln by George P.A. Healy and was donated to the White House in 1939. The inscription in the green marble fireplace is taken from a letter written by John Adams to his wife, Abigail, and reads, “I pray...

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    KN-C18154. State Dining Room Prior to Luncheon in Honor of Hayato Ikeda, Prime Minister of Japan
    White House Photographs21 June 1961

    Head table set up for a luncheon in honor of Prime Minister of Japan Hayato Ikeda. Monroe bronze dore pieces on table. The painting over the fireplace is an 1869 portrait of Abraham Lincoln by George P.A. Healy and was donated to the White House in 1939. The inscription in the green marble fireplace is taken from a letter written by John Adams to h...

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