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

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible with a bubble-top), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. North Portico, White House, Washington, D.C.

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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 back seat of car. Also pictured: dean of the White House press corps and United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "S...

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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; dean of the White House press corps and United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "Smitty" Smith; White House correspondent for The Wa...

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

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible with a bubble-top), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, stands at far left. North Portico, White House, Washington, D.C.

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    KN-C18064. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible with a bubble-top), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. North Portico, White House, Washington, D.C.

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    KN-C18065. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential Lincoln-Mercury Continental limousine built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, stands on car at left. White House, Washington, D.C.

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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 back seat of car. Also pictured: dean of the White House press corps and United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "S...

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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 back seat of car. Also pictured: dean of the White House press corps and United Press International (UPI) reporter, Merriman "...

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    KN-C18068. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible with a bubble-top), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Director of the United States Secret Service, U. E. Baughman, and LOOK Magazine photographer, Stanley Tretick, stands behind car at left. Several unidentified persons stand on th...

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    KN-C18069. New Presidential Limousine
    White House Photographs15 June 1961

    Arrival of the new Presidential limousine (Lincoln-Mercury Continental convertible with a bubble-top), built by the Ford Motor Company and customized by Hess & Eisenhardt. Several unidentified persons stand on the sides and back bumper of the automobile. North Portico, White House, Washington, D.C.

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