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    AR6607-C. President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Bid Farewell to Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace of Monaco
    White House Photographs24 May 1961

    President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy bid farewell to Prince Ranier III and Princess Grace of Monaco (actress Grace Kelly) following a luncheon in their honor. United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "Smitty" Smith, stands behind and left of Mrs. Kennedy; UPI photographer, James K. W. Atherton, is visible on far ri...

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    KN-C18063-A. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible) built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, sits in center. Also pictured: United Press International (UPI) reporter Merriman "Smitty" Smith; LOOK Magazine photographer, Stanley T...

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    KN-C18063-B. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible) built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Pictured: White House photographer, Cecil Stoughton; United Press International (UPI) reporter Merriman "Smitty" Smith. Unidentified persons place the bubble-top roof on the back of the convertible...

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    KN-C18066. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible) built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, sits in center. Also pictured: United Press International (UPI) reporter Merriman "Smitty" Smith; LOOK Magazine photographer, Stanley T...

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    KN-C18067. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, sits in center; United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "Smitty" Smith, stands in group behind car. Unidentified persons p...

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    KN-C18070. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, sits in center. Also pictured: United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "Smitty" Smith; White House Correspondent for NBC, ...

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    ST-A6-2-61. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, sits in car. Also pictured: United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "Smitty" Smith; White House Correspondent for NBC, San...

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    AR7039-A. Former President Harry S. Truman Greets Journalists
    White House Photographs13 February 1962

    Former President Harry S. Truman and Special Assistant to President Kennedy, Dave Powers (right), greet Washington Correspondent for the Guy Gannett Publishing Company of Maine, May Craig (far left, back to camera), outside the West Wing Entrance, White House, Washington, D.C. United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "Smitty" Smith, stan...

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    AR7186-N. President John F. Kennedy and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Great Britain at White House Correspondents and News Photographers Dinner
    White House Photographs27 April 1962

    President John F. Kennedy and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Great Britain stand with other guests at the White House Correspondents and News Photographers Dinner. (L-R) Unidentified guest; President Kennedy; United Press International (UPI) reporter Merriman "Smitty" Smith; Prime Minister Macmillan. Garden Foyer, Sheraton Park Hotel, Washingto...

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    AR7214-C. President John F. Kennedy Visits with Reporters Upon Returning from Atlantic City, New Jersey
    White House Photographs8 May 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (left) visits with members of the press and other guests upon his return from Atlantic City, New Jersey. United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman “Smitty” Smith, stands left of the President (partially hidden); all others are unidentified. South Lawn, White House, Washington, D.C.

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