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    AR6390-B. President John F. Kennedy Signs Joint Resolution Commemorating 100th Anniversary of First Inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln
    White House Photographs1 March 1961

    President signs Joint Resolution Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the First Inauguration of President Abraham Lincoln. President John F. Kennedy at desk. Standing, L-R: Congressman Fred Schwengel (Iowa); Congressman Peter Mack, Jr. (Illinois); Senator Everett Dirksen (Illinois); Senator Vance Hartke (Indiana); Congressman Winfield K. Denton (...

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    AR6411-A. President John F. Kennedy Visits with Representatives of the Veterans of World War I
    White House Photographs9 March 1961

    Visit of representatives of the Veterans of World War I. L-R: Colonel W. E. Leonard of the D.C. Veterans Organization; Congressman Fred Marshall (Minnesota); National Director of the Veterans of World War I, Melvin D. Eddy; President John F. Kennedy; National Commander of the Veterans of World War I, John E. Erickson; Congressman Winfield K. Denton...

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    KN-17349. Congressional Coffee Hour (House)
    White House Photographs16 March 1961

    Congressional Coffee Hour (House of Representatives). L-R: Congressman Robert W. Hemphill (South Carolina); Congressman Thomas G. Abernethy (Mississippi); Congressman Walter Norblad (Oregon); President John F. Kennedy (with a bandage above his left eye); Congressman Winfield K. Denton (Indiana); Congressman E. Y. Berry (South Dakota); Congressman B...

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    KN-18217. Senator Vance Hartke and Representative Winfield K. Denton of Indiana with Tour Group at the White House
    White House Photographs28 June 1961

    Senator Vance Hartke (in the middle, wearing glasses and a light suit) and Representative Winfield K. Denton (standing to the left of Senator Hartke, wearing glasses and a dark suit), both of Indiana, with a tour group. The Boy Scouts of America Explorers group (with Special Assistant to the President Dave Powers, holding a wrapped gift) is at the ...

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    AR6770-C. President John F. Kennedy Receives Medallion from the Lincoln Centennial Committees
    White House Photographs6 September 1961

    President John F. Kennedy receives a gold medallion from the Joint Committee for the Re-enactment of Lincoln's Inauguration and the D.C. Centennial Committee in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. (L-R) Unidentified; Senator Vance Hartke of Indiana; unidentified (mostly hidden); Representative Peter F. Mack, Jr. of Illinois; President Ke...

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    AR6770-D. President John F. Kennedy Receives Medallion from the Lincoln Centennial Committees
    White House Photographs6 September 1961

    President John F. Kennedy receives a gold medallion from the Joint Committee for the Re-enactment of Lincoln's Inauguration and the D.C. Centennial Committee in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. (L-R) Unidentified; Senator Vance Hartke of Indiana; unidentified (mostly hidden); Representative Peter F. Mack, Jr. of Illinois; President Ke...

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    AR7051-A. President John F. Kennedy Signs Bill to Establish Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial
    White House Photographs19 February 1962

    President John F. Kennedy prepares to sign HR 2470, a bill to authorize the creation of the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial in Indiana. Looking on are (L-R): Congressman Fred Schwengel (Iowa); Isadora Skora, a Lincoln scholar from Evansville, Indiana; Senator Vance Hartke (Indiana); William A. Koch, Indiana businessman; Roy T. Combs, President o...

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    AR7051-B. President John F. Kennedy at Signing Ceremony for the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial Bill
    White House Photographs19 February 1962

    President John F. Kennedy hands a pen to Congressman Fred Schwengel of Iowa during the signing ceremony for HR 2470, a bill to authorize the creation of the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial in Indiana. Looking on are (L-R): Congressman Schwengel; Isadora Skora, a Lincoln scholar from Evansville, Indiana; Senator Vance Hartke (Indiana); William A....

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    AR7051-C. President John F. Kennedy Signs Bill to Establish Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial
    White House Photographs19 February 1962

    President John F. Kennedy prepares to sign HR 2470, a bill to authorize the creation of the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial in Indiana. Looking on are (L-R): Congressman Fred Schwengel (Iowa); Isadora Skora, a Lincoln scholar from Evansville, Indiana; Senator Vance Hartke (Indiana); William A. Koch, Indiana businessman; Roy T. Combs, President o...

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    ST-230-3-62. President John F. Kennedy Attends Cornerstone-Laying Ceremony for Rayburn House Office Building
    White House Photographs24 May 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (center left) attends the cornerstone-laying ceremony for the Rayburn House Office Building, dedicated to the late Speaker of the House of Representatives, Sam Rayburn. Also pictured: Representative E. C. "Took" Gathings (Arkansas); Representative Carroll D. Kearns (Pennsylvania); Representative Clark W. Thompson (Texas); ...

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