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White House Photographs
President John F. Kennedy (center) receives a gift of an American Automobile Association (AAA) medal from President of the AAA Traffic Safety Foundation, Judge Clarence E. Bodie, during the AAA Lifesaving Awards ceremony; five members of the organization’s School Safety Patrol received the award. Those pictured include: award recipients Ralph S. “Steve” Brannin (of North Pinellas Park, Florida), Wayne Brown (of New York, New York), John Puhak (of Hazelton, Pennsylvania), and Patricia Miller (of Hereford, Pennsylvania); Under Secretary of State, George Ball; Senator George A. Smathers (Florida); Representative Paul F. Schenck (Ohio); Senator John O. Pastore (Rhode Island); Senator Claiborne Pell (Rhode Island); Prime Minister of Norway, Einar Gerhardsen (in Washington for a state visit); Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of Norway, Hans Engen; Representative Fernand J. St. Germain (Rhode Island); Executive Vice President of AAA, Russell Singer; Director of the AAA Traffic Engineering and Safety Department, W. L. Robinson; Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke; Ambassador of Norway, Paul Koht; National Park Service (NPS) photographer, Abbie Rowe; White House Secret Service agent, Dave Grant. Rose Garden, White House, Washington, D.C. [Please see the President’s schedule for a complete list of attendees.] [See also MO 63.792, “AAA School Safety Patrol Lifesaver Medal”]
White House Photographs
President John F. Kennedy delivers remarks at a proclamation ceremony declaring former British Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, an honorary citizen of the United States. Standing on steps, front row (L-R): Under Secretary of State, George Ball; Ambassador of Great Britain, Sir David Ormsby-Gore; President Kennedy; Randolph Churchill, son of Sir Winston Churchill. Back rows (L-R): Deputy Chief of Protocol, William J. Tonesk (behind Under Secretary Ball, mostly hidden); Sylvia Thomas Ormsby-Gore, wife of the British Ambassador; Winston Churchill, Jr., son of Randolph Churchill; Naval Aide to the President, Tazewell Shepard (in back). White House Secret Service agent, Arthur L. “Art” Godfrey, stands at far right. Rose Garden, White House, Washington, D.C.