RM2JDTY84–New Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Warren E. Burger (far right) standing with (from l-r) former Chief Justice Earl Warren and President Richard M. Nixon, Washington, DC, 6/23/69)
RM2JDTY6R–During the gas shortage, long lines of cars wait to fill up, Washington, DC, 06/15/1976.
RM2JDTY7C–'Right to Life' demonstration at the US Capitol, Washington, DC, 1/23/1978.
RM2JDTY4W–Treatment room in a Washington, DC abortion clinic, Washington, DC, 1/12/1983.
RM2JDTY6X–'OUT OF GAS' SIGNS HAVE CROPPED UP ALL OVER THE PORTLAND AREA SINCE THE START OF THE FUEL SHORTAGE, 6/1973
RM2JDTY6T–Empty gas pump during gas shortage, no location, 1973.
RM2JDTY67–Gas station operator stands by empty gas pump during the height of the gas shortage, no location, 1973.
RM2JDTY50–Abortion rights protesters demonstrate outside a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on the abortion amendment, Washington, DC, March 7, 1974. (Photo by Warren K Leffler/US News and World Report)
RM2JDTY54–Inflation. Aftermath of inflation--a foreclosure tale in Iowa in the early 1930s when 'the bottom fell out of everything.' Military police were on hand to keep farmers from preventing the auction, Iowa, circa 1931.
RM2JDTY88–U.S. Supreme Court group portrait, 1976. Group portrait of Justices William J. Brennan, Jr.; Byron R. White; Harry A. Blackmun; William H. Rehnquist; Potter Stewart; Thurgood Marshall; Lewis F. Powell, Jr.; John Paul Stevens, III; and Chief Justice Warren E. Burger. Washington, DC, 1976.
RM2JDTY6W–A sign outside a Shell gas station informs customers that 'We're Out of Gas Today,' Washington, DC. 1/29/1974.
RM2HRCMKF–Red Army tank crews manning T-34 tanks at Friedrichstrasse near Potsdamer Platz 6-17-53. East Berliners are gathering in the background. East Berlin, June 1953.
RM2HRCKK4–1963 - First stage of a Titan ICBM being lowered into its launch silo at McConnell, AFB, Kansas.
RM2HRCK06–1957 - The crest on this Strategic Air Command B-47 bomber and every SAC plane conveys the mission of its men and weapons. The Command crest of SAC depicts a mailed fist, holding in readiness symbolic lightning bolts of destruction and an olive branch of peace. Standing by the bomber is a typical SAC pilot.
RM2HRCHCG–Aerial view showing houses being cleared away to make a 100-meter (33-foot) 'death strip' on the East Berlin side of the border at Koellnische Haide in Nau Koslin. Berlin, Germany. October 1961.
RM2HRCG9A–NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Poster (written in French) with photo of petroleum production. Caption in French states NATO nations produce 72.2% of the world's petroleum,' circa 1948. (Photo by Records of the Agency for International Development)
RM2HRCHJD–Heavily armed troops of the East German police patrol along the Red sector of the city to halt the flow of East Germans into the West. Here they use bayonets to push back the crowds. The cold steel and heavy military activity reduced the flow of refugees to a trickle. Berlin, Germany, 1961.
RM2HRCJAW–Portrait of Russian revolutionary, Leon Trotsky (1879-1940), born Lev Davidovich Bronstein. no date or location
RM2HRCGNX–Members of a Strategic Air Command alert crew race for their B-52 Stratofortress aircraft during a base alert exercise, 1990. Department of Defense
RM2HRCM2N–1950's - USSR Red Army infantrymen marching on parade.
RM2HRCG4D–President Harry S. Truman addresses the gathering for the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty in the State Department Auditorium. Washington, DC, April 4, 1949. State Department.
RM2HRCCD2–NATO defense ministers meet for two days of meetings at the alliance's headquarters, Brussels, Belgium, June 27, 2019. (Department of Defense photo by Lisa Ferdinando)
RM2HRCG6G–NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Poster with photo of lineman servicing electrical equipment. Caption reads, 'The North Atlantic Treaty nations produce 68% of the world's electricity,' circa 1948. (Photo by Records of the Agency for International Development)
RM2HRCC4F–Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III conducts a press conference at the NATO defense ministerial at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, Oct. 22, 2021. NATO leaders are conducting their first in-person defense ministerial since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to chart the course for the alliance as it modernizes and adapts to a world dominated by strategic competition. (Department of Defense photo by Chad J. McNeeley)
RM2HRCHP3–10-13-60 - New York - Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and Soviet Foreign Minister, Andrei Gromyko (right) pound the table at the UN. The table-pounding occurred as most of the delegates to the 15th General Assembly applauded warmly for UN President Frederick Boland at the start of the session.
RM2HRCG2C–NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Poster with photo of Prime Minister Clement Attlee of the United Kingdom. Caption reads, 'Our forces are entirely for defense. We have no aggressive designs and we seek ways to settle our problems by peaceful means.' circa 1948. (Photo by Records of the Agency for International Development)
RM2HRCKB8–Joseph Stalin waving to a crowd.
RM2HRCE2M–A Ukrainian Army honor guard stands in the rain at the War Memorial in Kiev, Ukraine, on Jun. 5, 2001. (Department of Defense official photo by Robert D. Ward)
RM2HRCFFC–A stern view of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61) conducting a gunnery demonstration during NATO exercise Baltic Operations '85. 10/17/1985. Department of Defense
RM2HRCCBC–Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III conducts a press conference at the NATO defense ministerial at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, Oct. 22, 2021. NATO leaders are conducting their first in-person defense ministerial since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to chart the course for the alliance as it modernizes and adapts to a world dominated by strategic competition. (Department of Defense photo by Chad J. McNeeley)
RM2HRCG5B–NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Poster with photo of steel production. Caption reads, 'The North Atlantic Treaty nations produce 71.5% of the world's steel,' circa 1948. (Photo by Records of the Agency for International Development)
RM2HRCC8R–Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III speaks with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenbergat and John Manza, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Operations at the NATO defense ministerial in Brussels, Belgium, Oct. 22, 2021. NATO leaders are conducting their first in-person defense ministerial since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to chart the course for the alliance as it modernizes and adapts to a world dominated by strategic competition. (Department of Defense photo by Chad J. McNeeley)
RM2HP4RJB–Retired COL Gail S. Halvorsen stands in a hangar at Tempelhof Central Airport in front of a C-54 Skymaster aircraft. Halvorsen, a pilot during the Berlin Airlift, became known as the 'Rosinen (raisin) Bomber' for his practice of dropping candy to children who were lined up to watch aircraft landing at Tempelhof, West Berlin, 6/23/1988.
RM2HP4RJE–Retired COL Gail S. Halvorsen displays a parachute similar to the ones he used during the Berlin Airlift, when he acquired the nickname of the 'Rosinen (raisin) Bomber' for his practice of dropping candy to children who were lined up to watch aircraft landing at Tempelhof, West Berlin, 6/23/1988.
RM2HKGY4Y–Marchers carrying labor union banners, including one reading 'Corrugated Local RWDSU District 65, AFL-CIO' during the March on Washington, August 28, 1963. Photo by Marion S Trikosko
RM2HKGXY9–Rosa Parks at her Congressional Gold Medal ceremony with assistant Elaine Steele (left) and civil rights leader Johnnie Carr (right) standing at podium; Representative Julia Carson, President Clinton, Senator Tom Daschle, Representative Dennis Hastert and others stand next to her, Washington, DC, 6/15/1999.
RM2HKGY4H–Wending their way through valley and over plains in migration to the West, pioneers formed wagon trains as safeguard against Indians and forces of nature. No date, no location.
RM2HKGXYT–Informational placard posted on the side of a structure urging voters to pay their poll tax before the deadline to protect their voting rights and privileges, Mineola, Texas, 1/1943. Photo by Lee Russell
RM2HKGXX1–Rosa Parks (1913-2005) at her Congressional Gold Medal ceremony seated with assistant Elaine Steele (left) and President William J Clinton, Representatives Dennis Hastert, Dick Gephardt and others stand behind them, Washington, DC, 6/15/1999.
RM2HKGY4M–Wall Street in panic due to heavy trading on Black Tuesday, New York City, October 29, 1929.
RM2HK6F25–No date - Soil drifting from unprotected corner of Nebraska wheat field under center pivot irrigation. US Department of Agriculture
RM2HK6G9N–Early 1930's - President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown at his desk in the White House.
RM2HK6GA1–1933 - President Franklin D. Roosevelt (center) and his 1933 cabinet. Seated from left to right: George H. Dern, Sec. of War; Cordell Hull, Sec of State; Roosevelt; W.H. Woodin, Sec of Treasury; Homer S. Cummings, Attorney General. Back Row left to right: Henry A. Wallace, Sec. of Agriculture; Harold L. Ickes, Sec of Interior; C.A. Swanson, Sec of Navy; James A. Farley, Postmaster General; D.C. Roper, Sec. of Commerce; and Frances Perkins, Sec. of Labor.
RM2HK6GYM–WWII - The Transportation Corps flag is an appropriate background for Cpl. Beth Haddow and Pfc. Dorothy Hamilton, WACS in the Transportation Corps at the Hampton Roads Port of Embarkation, Newport News, Virginia
RM2HK6FCJ–Police stand guard at the entrance to the World Exchange Bank at 174 Second Avenue, New York City, after it had been closed down due to a run on it. March 20, 1931.
RM2HK6GF6–10-18-38 - Tokyo - 10,344 Heroes enshrined - On the 2nd day of the special grand festival of the Yakusuni shrine to enshrine 10,344 heroes who fell in the China Incident, today, War Minister, Navy Minister and other high officials paid worship at the shrine. Photo shows: Soldiers of the Japanese Army as they assembled in front of the shrine to honor thie deceased comrades.
RM2HK6FTG–Russian language composite photo of Soviet leaders from the Stalin era.
RM2HK6EYA–June 28, 1952, Hawaii - After laying dormant for 18 years, the Kilauea Crater suddenly erupted at 11:35, 27 June and gave a magnificent and spectacular display of red hot lava.
RM2HK6GXT–October 1949, Duquesne, Pennsylvania - Striking steel workers gather around a small fire in a old oil drum as they take time out from picketing the Bessemer plant of the Carnegie-Illinois Co. The men have placed a bench, rocking chair and a radio on a street corner for their vigil. The Bessemer furnaces in the background are shrouded in fog.
RM2HK6FWP–Smiling escapee is hauled into West Berlin from a tunnel under the Berlin Wall, West Berlin, Germany, 1964.
RM2HK6F2H–1958 - Dearborn, Michigan - the only auto plant that can transform raw materials into a finished car within 28 hours is Ford's Rouge Plant. Here, on the final line of the Dearborn Assembly plant, materials from various parts of the world are combined into a distinctively American product.
RM2HK6G9G–January 20, 1945, Washington, DC - Franklin Delano Roosevelt shown just after taking his 4th Oath of Office. The ceremony only lasted 15 minutes. Vice-President Harry Truman is on the left and Roosevelt's son James stands next to his father, Washington, DC.
RM2HK6F28–February 23, 1945, Iwo Jima - A still from the film shot by Marine photographer Bill Genaust of the flag-raising atop Mt. Suribachi.
RM2HK6GAJ–Governor Edwin P. Morrow signing the Anthony Amendment--Ky. was the twenty-fourth state to ratify, January 6, 1920. Large group, mostly women wearing 'Votes for Women' banners, standing around desk in office as Governor Edwin Morrow signs amendment.
RM2HK6G45–1953, Washington, DC - President Eisenhower poses with members of the Supreme Court. L-r, front row: William O. Douglas, Stanley Reed, Fred M Vinson, Chief Justice, Pres. Eisenhower, Hugo Black, and Felix Frankfurter. Back row l-r: Sherman Adams, Asst to the president, Herbert Brownell, Attorney General, Sherman Minton, Thomas C. Clark, Robert H. Jackson and Harold H. Burton.
RM2HK6GFK–1961, White House - President John F Kennedy talks to Secretary of State Dean Rusk in the Oval Office.
RM2HK6FKX–1950's, China - Volunteers from a North China machine factory sign up for military service in Korea to help the spread of Communism.
RM2HK6GYB–1959- US Air Force Strategic Air Command (SAC) crews run from their jeeps to board combat-ready aircraft on a training mission. SAC was established in March 1946 with a primary mission of Soviet 'deterrence.'
RM2HK6F5N–Citizens of Tucson, AZ line up at a registration booth at Sears Roebuck store to register to vote in the 1950 general election,Tucson, AZ, 1953.
RM2HHK135–Cabell Calloway III, known as Cab Calloway (1907-1994), was a famous American Jazz singer and bandleader. July 1, 1957. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1E6–White House, June 23, 1958 -- President Eisenhower meets with Negro leaders to discuss desegregation. From left to right: Lester B. Granger, Executive Secretary, National Urban League; Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., President of the Southern Leadership Conference; E. Frederic Morrow, Administrative Officer, The White House; President Eisenhower; Asa Philip Randolph, Vice-President, AFL-CIO; Attorney-General William Pierce Rogers; Rocco Siciliano, Special Assistant to the President; Roy Wilkins, Executive Secretary, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK2W5–October 20, 1957 -- Queen Elizabeth II escorted by Vice-President Richard Nixon during her state visit to the United States. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK2WC–Gettysburg, PA, May 12, 1957 -- President Eisenhower and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery visit the Gettysburg Battlefield near the President's home. The two study a kiosk showing maps of the battle. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1HN–Washington, DC -- FDR's Birthday Celebration at the Statler Hotel, January 29, 1944. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt gives actress Joan Fontaine a piece of birthday cake as comedian Red Skelton, actor John Garfield and others look on. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1E2–President Dwight Eisenhower's grandchildren, David, Susan and Anne, children of John Eisenhower, posing at the White House, March 13, 1953. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK2KN–White House, January 16, 1957 -- Mamie Eisenhower's second inaugural gown. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHAJB7–1945 - B-24 Liberator participating in attack on submarine yards at Keil and Hamburg is destroyed. Approximately 1000 heavy bombers escorted by 850 P-51s and P-47s were involved in this raid. Nine bombers and four fighters reported missing. Photo by US Air Force.
RM2HHK12Y–Rev. Billy Graham and President John F. Kennedy at the 17th Annual International Christian Leadership Conference, no location. Abbie Rowe photographer. February 9, 1961.
RM2HHK1MX–Portrait of Harry and Bess Truman, Washington, DC, Summer 1952. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHAJ0J–1944 - Consolidated B-24 Liberator breaking up. Photo by US Air Force.
RM2HHK2WG–White House, April 6, 1953 - Two youngsters enjoying the spoils at the annual White House Egg Roll. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1AE–White House, April 2, 1958 -- An aging Clark Gable, his wife Kay Spreckles Gable and manager Mr. Pearlberg, meet with President Eisenhower. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK2KR–Mamie Geneva Dowd (ca. 1915) before her marriage to Dwight David Eisenhower in 1916. Photographer unknown.
RM2HHK1HF–FDR speaking at the dedication of the Jefferson Memorial, April 13, 1943. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1A8–Randolph Churchill, Winston Churchill, Sarah Oliver and Mrs. Clementine Churchill at Union Station in Washington, DC. Churchill was on the way to visit Truman at his hme in Independence, Missouri. March 3, 1946. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK2P2–Washington, DC, June 25, 1954 - Mamie Eisenhower waits at the top of the steps as President Dwight Eisenhower greets Prime Minister Winston Churchill as he alights from a limosine at the White House. Vice-President Richard Nixon waits behind the British statesman.
RM2HHK139–Newly-inaugurated President John F. Kennedy and daughter Caroline bring Mrs. Kennedy and baby John Jr. home to the White House from the hospital. February 4, 1961. Abbie Rowe Photographer.
RM2HHK3GF–San Francisco, California, 1899 - The Cliff House, San Francisco, California. Photo by Detroit Photographic Company
RM2HHK16G–Washington, DC, November 5, 1956 -- The night before the 1956 presidential election, candidates Dwight Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon spoke to the American people via television. The candidates' wives, Mamie Eisenhower and Pat Nixon joined their husbands on the telecast. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1HX–Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, September 16, 1956 -- President Dwight Eisenhower and Mamie Eisenhower on the grounds of their Gettysburg, PA home. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1H4–October 17, 1957 -- Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are greeted by President and Mrs. Eisenhower during the royals' state visit to the United States. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1DJ–July 20, 1956 -- President Eisenhower leaves for a conference in Panama. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1HA–President Franklin Roosevelt preparing to speak at the dedication of the Jefferson Memorial, Washington, DC. April 13, 1943. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK19Y–Winston Churchill flashes the familiar 'V for Victory' sign as he, President Truman and General Harry Vaughan prepare to depart Union Station for Independence, Missouri, March 4, 1946. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1DP–President Eisenhower campaigning for reelection. March 6, 1956. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK12D–White House, July 1, 1958 -- President Eisenhower poses with Governor Michael Stepovich and Secretary of the Interior, Frederick Andrew Seaton after Congress voted to approve Alaska statehood. Alaska became the 49th state in 1959. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHK1WD–President Kennedy meets with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. February 23, 1961. Abbie Rowe photographer.
RM2HHK35K–White House, August 12, 1945 -- Harry Truman is sworn in as President of the United States following the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Truman's wife Bess and FDR's cabinet members stand as witnesses. Photo: Abbie Rowe
RM2HHAE7K–April 1941 - Street in African-American of neighborhood in Chicago, Illinois. Photo by Russell Lee
RM2HHAHP9–1944 - Martin B-26 Marauder of the 344th Bomb Group, 497th Bomb Squadron in flames during raid over Germany. Photo by US Air Force.
RM2HHAA8E–Washington, DC, 1928 - Women of the Ku Klux Klan on parade down Pennsylvania Avenue.
RM2HHAF50–1940's - A little boy is reflected in the eerie glow of his Halloween Jack o' lantern.
RM2HHAFKM–Brooklyn, New York, July 21, 1950 - Jackie Robinson (right) voted the most valuable player during the 1949 National League baseball season, receives the award given annually to the player chosen by Baseball Writers' Association of America as the most valuable in the League. Ford Frick, president of the National League makes the presentation.
RM2HHAC3A–1926 - Miss Vivian Marinelli giving Charleston dancing lessons to basketball players of the Palace Club, the Washington, D.C., entry in the American basketball league. Left to right: Kearns, Manager Kennedy, Conway, woman playing piano, Miss Marinelli, Grody, and Saunders
RM2HHAGP2–New York, circa 1945 - Lee Wiley sings 'Sugar,' a jazz standard she recorded for the Commodore label at Cafe Society downtown. Jess Stacy, her husband is on the piano, 'Cozy' Cole is on the drums and Sid Weiss on bass.
RM2HHAGG2–New York, circa 1945 - Mary Lou Williams plays a boogie-woogie selection at Cafe Society downtown, an integrated club. Miss Williams arranges for the Duke Ellington band.
RM2HHA7R7–1919 - Interior of a crowded bar moments before midnight when wartime prohibition went into effect New York City.
RM2HHAHP7–1944 - Low-level attacks took the Nazis by surprise. Though losses were extremely light, a few planes like this flak-fired A-20 were downed by the enemy. US Air Force photo.
RM2HHA7R2–Edited photo of vaudevillian George M. Cohan, 1920s
RM2HHAB5J–1917, Chicago - Policeman directing traffic
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