White House Photographs
President John F. Kennedy (center) meets with members of the American Bar Association (ABA) Board of Governors. Left of President Kennedy (R-L): attorney Edward W. Kuhn, of McDonald Kuhn; attorney Edward L. Wright (partially hidden), of Wright, Harrison, Lindsey & Upton; attorney Harry Gershenson (in front), of Gershenson & Gershenson; attorney David A. Nichols (in back); unidentified; attorney Lewis F. Powell, Jr., of Hunton, Williams, Anderson, Gay & Moore; attorney Charles W. Pettengill, of Hirschberg, Pettengill, Strong & Nagle; attorney Churchill Rodgers, general counsel of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company; attorney J. Garner Anthony, Chairman of the Hawaii Procedural Rules Committee; attorney Joseph H. Gordon, of Gordon Thomas Honeywell; and nine unidentified men. Right of President Kennedy (L-R): attorney Sylvester C. Smith, Jr., president of ABA; attorney Walter E. Craig, of Fennimore, Craig, Van Ammon, Udall & Powers; unidentified; attorney James D. Fellers, of Fellers, Snider, Blankenship, Bailey & Tippens; and two unidentified men. Other visitors include: attorney Joseph D. Calhoun, secretary of ABA; Donald E. Channell, director of the Washington, D.C., office of ABA; attorney Glenn M. Coulter, treasurer of ABA and vice president of the Greater Detroit Mortgage Company; Bert H. Early, deputy executive director of ABA; attorney Gibson Gayle, Jr., of Fulbright & Jaworski; attorney Francis W. Hill; Don Hyndman, director of public relations for ABA; attorney Edward G. Knowles; attorney Colin McR. Makepeace, of Tillinghast, Collins & Tanner; attorney Ben R. Miller; attorney Earl F. Morris, of Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur; attorney Edward E. Murane, of Murane & Bostwick; attorney Telford B. Orbison, of Orbison, O'Connor, MacGregor & Mattox; attorney William Poole, of Berl, Potter & Anderson; attorney George B. Powers, of Foulston, Siefkin, Powers & Eberhardt; attorney Robert R. Richardson, of Gambrell, Harlan, Russell, Moye & Richardson; attorney John C. Satterfield, of Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford; attorney William B. Spann, Jr., of Allston, Miller & Gaines; and Joseph D. Stecher, executive director of ABA. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.