AR6672-C. President John F. Kennedy Signs Housing Act of 1961

AR6672-C. President John F. Kennedy Signs Housing Act of 1961
30 June 1961
President John F. Kennedy signs the S-1922 Public Law 87-70, Housing Act of 1961. (L-R) Congressman Charles Vanik (Ohio); Senator Harrison Williams, Jr. (New Jersey); Congressman William S. Moorhead (Pennsylvania); Congressman Carl Albert (Oklahoma); Mayor of Philadelphia Richardson Dilworth; Robert C. Weaver, Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency (HFFA); Jack T. Conway, Deputy Administrator of the HHFA; Marie C. McGuire, Commissioner of the Public Housing Administration; President Kennedy; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Congresswoman Leonor K. Sullivan (Missouri); Congressman Brent Spence (Kentucky); Senator Maurine Neuberger (Oregon); and Senator Edmund S. Muskie (Maine). Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 8 x 10 inches)
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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