Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter delivers a lecture on the eradication of the Guinea worm, at the House of Lords in London.
RMG8KJ7DFormer U.S. President Jimmy Carter delivers a lecture on the eradication of the Guinea worm, at the House of Lords in London.
USN Commanding Officer Robert Kelso escorts former U.S. President Jimmy Carter past a crowd at the commissioning ceremony for the USN Seawolf-class attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter at the Naval Submarine Base New London February 19, 2005 in Groton, Connecticut.
RMHE80HMUSN Commanding Officer Robert Kelso escorts former U.S. President Jimmy Carter past a crowd at the commissioning ceremony for the USN Seawolf-class attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter at the Naval Submarine Base New London February 19, 2005 in Groton, Connecticut.
Plains, Georgia, USA. 28th Apr 2019. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter prepares to teach Sunday school at Maranatha Baptist Church in his hometown of Plains, Georgia on April 28, 2019. Carter, 94, has taught Sunday school at the church on a regular basis since leaving the White House in 1981, drawing hundreds of visitors who arrive hours before the 10:00 am lesson in order to get a seat and have a photograph taken with the former President and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter. Credit: Paul Hennessy/Alamy Live News
RMT64NT1Plains, Georgia, USA. 28th Apr 2019. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter prepares to teach Sunday school at Maranatha Baptist Church in his hometown of Plains, Georgia on April 28, 2019. Carter, 94, has taught Sunday school at the church on a regular basis since leaving the White House in 1981, drawing hundreds of visitors who arrive hours before the 10:00 am lesson in order to get a seat and have a photograph taken with the former President and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter. Credit: Paul Hennessy/Alamy Live News
Austin, TX December 14, 2006: Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter signs one copy of his latest book, 'Palestine Peace Not Apartheid' at a local bookstore where hundreds waited in line for a signed copy Friday morning. Carter signed over 1,200 copies of the book in two hours. ©Bob Daemmrich
RM2CCDAKYAustin, TX December 14, 2006: Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter signs one copy of his latest book, 'Palestine Peace Not Apartheid' at a local bookstore where hundreds waited in line for a signed copy Friday morning. Carter signed over 1,200 copies of the book in two hours. ©Bob Daemmrich
New York, USA. 26th March, 2018. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter smiles during a book signing event for his new book 'Faith: A Journey For All' at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Midtown Manhattan, March 26, 2018 in New York City. Credit: Erik Pendzich/Alamy Live News
RMM9JGBJNew York, USA. 26th March, 2018. Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter smiles during a book signing event for his new book 'Faith: A Journey For All' at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Midtown Manhattan, March 26, 2018 in New York City. Credit: Erik Pendzich/Alamy Live News
Ramallah. 2nd May, 2015. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (C) shake hands with former U.S. president Jimmy Carter (L) before their meeting in the West Bank City of Ramallah on May. 2, 2015. Credit:  Pool/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
RMENC6J2Ramallah. 2nd May, 2015. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (C) shake hands with former U.S. president Jimmy Carter (L) before their meeting in the West Bank City of Ramallah on May. 2, 2015. Credit: Pool/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
From left to right: United States Representative John Lewis (Democrat of Georgia), Ambassador Andrew Young, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, first lady Michelle Obama, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, and United States President Barack Obama listen to the National Anthem at the Let Freedom Ring ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.Credit: Ron Sachs/CNP | usage worldwide
RM2C7KF1HFrom left to right: United States Representative John Lewis (Democrat of Georgia), Ambassador Andrew Young, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, first lady Michelle Obama, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, and United States President Barack Obama listen to the National Anthem at the Let Freedom Ring ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.Credit: Ron Sachs/CNP | usage worldwide
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter reacts at the Caijing Annual Dialogue during the Caijing Annual Conference 2012 in Beijing, China, 14 December 2011
RMW99G3HFormer U.S. President Jimmy Carter reacts at the Caijing Annual Dialogue during the Caijing Annual Conference 2012 in Beijing, China, 14 December 2011
United States President Barack Obama shakes hands with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter following Carter's  remarks at the Let Freedom Ring ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP
RMJN2Y56United States President Barack Obama shakes hands with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter following Carter's remarks at the Let Freedom Ring ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP
From left to right: United States Representative John Lewis (Democrat of Georgia), Ambassador Andrew Young, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, first lady Michelle Obama, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, and United States President Barack Obama listen to the National Anthem at the Let Freedom Ring ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP /MediaPunch
RMM8N1YRFrom left to right: United States Representative John Lewis (Democrat of Georgia), Ambassador Andrew Young, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, first lady Michelle Obama, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, and United States President Barack Obama listen to the National Anthem at the Let Freedom Ring ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Credit: Ron Sachs / CNP /MediaPunch
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter smiles during 'A Conversation with the Carters,' an annual public event, at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia September 15, 2015.  REUTERS/Tami Chappell
RM2CP87WRFormer U.S. President Jimmy Carter smiles during 'A Conversation with the Carters,' an annual public event, at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Tami Chappell
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 26: Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter smiles during a book signing event for his new book 'Faith: A Journey For All' at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Midtown Manhattan, March 26, 2018 in New York City. Carter, 93, has been a prolific author since leaving office in 1981, publishing dozens of books.  People:  Jimmy Carter
RMM9PM3WNEW YORK, NY - MARCH 26: Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter smiles during a book signing event for his new book 'Faith: A Journey For All' at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Midtown Manhattan, March 26, 2018 in New York City. Carter, 93, has been a prolific author since leaving office in 1981, publishing dozens of books. People: Jimmy Carter
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter signs copies of his new book 'A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence and Power' at a Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles on March 28, 2014. In the book Carter says he believes the biggest challenge facing our world today is the subjugation and abuse of women and girls that manifests itself across the world in the form of child marriage, unequal pay, female genital mutilation, human trafficking, and more. UPI/Jim Ruymen
RMTY4J5DFormer U.S. President Jimmy Carter signs copies of his new book 'A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence and Power' at a Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles on March 28, 2014. In the book Carter says he believes the biggest challenge facing our world today is the subjugation and abuse of women and girls that manifests itself across the world in the form of child marriage, unequal pay, female genital mutilation, human trafficking, and more. UPI/Jim Ruymen