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1. Letter to Myron H. Bright from John F. Kennedy Letter to Myron H. Bright from John F. Kennedy Correspondence; Legislators; Presidential elections; Letter to Myron H. Bright from Senator John F. Kennedy in which Kennedy praises Bright for his work on Quentin Burdick's election campaign to fill William Langer's senate seat. The letter was written shortly...

2. Fritzie and Myron Bright with Quentin Burdick and Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House, Washington, D.C. Fritzie and Myron Bright with Quentin Burdick and Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House, Washington, D.C. Presidents; Legislators; Judges; Spouses; Frances "Fritzie" Bright, her husband Myron, and Senator Quentin Burdick stand with President Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House. The Brights were in Washington for Myron Bright's appointment hearing...

3. Earl Pomeroy, Byron Dorgan, Myron H. Bright, Daniel Akaka, and Kent Conrad, Washington, D.C. Earl Pomeroy, Byron Dorgan, Myron H. Bright, Daniel Akaka, and Kent Conrad, Washington, D.C. Veterans; Judges; Legislators; Group portraits; Judge Myron H. Bright stands with North Dakota Congressman Earl Pomeroy, and Senators Byron Dorgan, Daniel Akaka, and Kent Conrad during an event for World War II veterans in Washington, D.C. All of the...

4. Invitation to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural parade Invitation to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural parade Invitations; Presidents; Parades & processions; Inaugurations; Invitation to Judge Myron H. Bright to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural parade in Washington on January 20th, 1993.

5. Patricia Shaughnessy, Myron H. Bright, Kent Conrad and Conrad aide, Washington, D.C. Patricia Shaughnessy, Myron H. Bright, Kent Conrad and Conrad aide, Washington, D.C. Judges; Legislators; Group portraits; Flags; Patricia Shaughnessy, Judgy Myron H. Bright, Senator Kent Conrad, and an aide to the Senator stand together for a photograph, likely in the senator's office in Washington. Shaughnessy was a U.S. Supreme...

6. William L. Guy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Quentin Burdick, Washington, D.C. William L. Guy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Quentin Burdick, Washington, D.C. Governors; Legislators; Presidents; Group portraits; Governor William L. Guy, President Lyndon B. Johnson and Senator Quentin Burdick, pose together for a photograph, probably taken in Washington, D.C. following the 1964 presidential election.

7. Invitation to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural ball Invitation to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural ball Invitations; Presidents; Balls (Parties); Inaugurations; Invitation to Judge Myron H. Bright to Bill Clinton's Presidential Inaugural ball in Washington on January 20th, 1993.

8. William L. Guy and Lyndon B. Johnson at Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C. William L. Guy and Lyndon B. Johnson at Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C. Governors; Presidents; Prayer; Governor William L. Guy shakes hands with President Lyndon B. Johnson at a Presidential Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. Governor Hulett C. Smith of West Virginia looks on.

9. Governor William L. and Jean Guy and President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson at White House Governor William L. and Jean Guy and President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson at White House Governors Reception, Washington, D.C. Presidents; Governors; Spouses; Fireplaces; Chimneypieces; Governor William L. Guy talks to First Lady Lady Bird Johnson while Jean Guy talks to President Lyndon B. Johnson in front of a fireplace at the White House during a reception for United States Governors....

10. Dr. Anne Carlsen with Vice President Nixon, receiving Handicapped American of 1958 award, Washington, Dr. Anne Carlsen with Vice President Nixon, receiving Handicapped American of 1958 award, Washington, D.C. People with disabilities; Teachers; Plaques; Awards; Vice presidents; Dr. Anne Carlsen receives the Handicapped American of 1958 award from Vice President Richard Nixon. Nixon is presenting the plaque to Carlsen.

11. William L. Guy and others at Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C. William L. Guy and others at Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C. Governors; Presidents; Prayer; North Dakota Governor William L. Guy and West Virginia Governor Hulett C. Smith look on while President Lyndon B. Johnson shakes hands with an unidentified man at a Presidential Prayer Breakfast in Washington,...

12. President John F. Kennedy and Governor William L. Guy at White House, Washington, D.C. President John F. Kennedy and Governor William L. Guy at White House, Washington, D.C. Presidents; Governors; Portrait photographs; President John F. Kennedy and Governor William L. Guy pause their conversation for a photograph at the White House, likely during the trip Governor Guy and his wife made to Washington for the President's...

13. Miles S. Horn (White Crow), Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall and Horn's painting, Washington, Miles S. Horn (White Crow), Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall and Horn's painting, Washington, D.C. Paintings; Buffaloes; Hunting; Miles. S. Horn, also known as White Crow, inspects one of his paintings with Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall. The painting is of Indians hunting buffalo.

14. Follow the pied piper poster Follow the pied piper poster War posters; Gardening; Boys; Girls; U.S. School Garden recruiting poster depicting Uncle Sam as a "pied piper" leading children carrying gardening tools.

15. Council with the Sioux Indians at Fort Pierre, message from the President of the United States communicating Council with the Sioux Indians at Fort Pierre, message from the President of the United States communicating minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre with the Sioux Indians Government relations; Minutes of a council held at Fort Pierre, then in Nebraska Territory, in March, 1856 between Brigadier General William S. Harney and delegations from nine bands of the Sioux Indians.

16. U.S. Savings and Loan Legislative League dinner, Washington, D.C. U.S. Savings and Loan Legislative League dinner, Washington, D.C. Eating & drinking; Dining rooms; Dining tables; Meetings; Legislators; Members of the North Dakota congressional delegation and other North Dakotans gather for a meal at the U.S. Savings and Loan League meeting. Left to right are: Two unidentified women, Senator Quentin Burdick,...

17. North Dakota Congressional delegation in front of U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. North Dakota Congressional delegation in front of U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. Legislators; Politicians; Capitols; Group portraits; Members of the North Dakota Congressional delegation stand with North Dakota legislators on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Standing on the steps, left to right are: Milton Young, Mark Andrews,...

18. Portrait of Chief Little Fish, Suna Waanatan, Ignatius Court, William Grant Portrait of Chief Little Fish, Suna Waanatan, Ignatius Court, William Grant Portrait photographs; Suits (Clothing); Tribal chiefs; William Grant, Ignatius Court, Suna Waanatan, and Chief Little Fish pose for a group portrait. All men wear suits. Chief Little Fish holds a beaded bag and wears a large medal.

19. Henry R. Porter's house, Washington, D.C. Henry R. Porter's house, Washington, D.C. Boys; Bicycles & tricycles; Houses; Awnings; Trees; A boy with a bicycle stands on the sidewalk in front of Dr. Henry R. Porter's house in Washington, D.C. Awnings cover the windows, and many trees surround the house.

20. Arthur A. Link on steps of Capitol Building, Washington, D.C. Arthur A. Link on steps of Capitol Building, Washington, D.C. Legislators; Politicians; Capitols; Arthur A. Link sits on the steps of the Capitol in Washington, D.C. He holds a rolled up document in his hands.
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