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AR6297-A. Special Assistant to the President Dave Powers with South Carolina 4-H Club

AR6297-A
AR6297-A. Special Assistant to the President Dave Powers with South Carolina 4-H Club
26 January 1961
Special Assistant to the President Dave Powers (holding basket) poses with Senator Olin Johnston of South Carolina (bending over); the champion 4-H Club sweet potato growers for the State of South Carolina for 1960; and their gift of sweet potatoes at the White House, Washington, D. C. 4-H Club members include: Dan Bates; Gene Ousley; Junior Boykin; Mack Ousley; Dwight Lee; Kenneth Cooper; Paul Linwood Shuler; Carson Blackwell; Donald Bagnall; Henry David Gunter; Ernest Boykin. The man right of Dave Powers is unidentified.
1 copy negative (black-and-white; 35 mm)
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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