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Date: 2003-02 

Description: Tommy G. Thompson, former governor of Wisconsin, standing in his office as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services with journalist Robert...

Photograph

Novak and Rove

Date: 2003-06 

Description: Presidential adviser Carl Rove and journalist Robert Novak at an event honoring the 40th anniversary of Novak's newspaper column.

Date:  date unknown

Description: Congressman David Obey and his son Craig pose for a photo in the nation's Capitol. A line of people appear in the background.

Photograph

William F. Vilas

Date: 1900 ca.

Description: Studio portrait of William Freeman Vilas, attorney, Regent of the University of Wisconsin, member of the State Assembly of Wisconsin 1885, U.S. Senator fro...

Photograph

The People Speak

Date:  date unknown

Description: Fred Wertheimer, (fourth from the right) of Common Cause, delivers bags of citizen petitions to Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey, (third from the left),...

Date: 1965-02-19 

Description: Attorney General Nicholas Kastenbach administers the oath of office to Postmaster General John A. Gronouski at the White House. From left to right are John...

Date: 1971-07-22 

Description: President Richard Nixon speaks on the telephone in the Oval Office of the White House, while Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird waits to report on his recen...

Date: 1949-12-10 before

Description: Gridiron Club menu, mounted on board, with a "Wel-Fair Deal" cartoon by Jim (James Thomas) Berryman with President Truman playing cards and saying to a man...

Photograph

Laird and Hussein

Date: 1969-04-09 

Description: Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird and King Hussein of Jordan at a diplomatic reception in Washington, D.C. Hussein was on personal mission to attempt to c...

Date: 1954-04-22 

Description: Secretary of the Army Robert Stevens (left) watches as Senator Joseph R. McCarthy raises a point of order as the Army-McCarthy hearings begin. Also seated...

Date: 1948-04-10 before

Description: Menu souvenir, mounted on board, of a "They Went Then Till They Came to the Delectable Mountains" cartoon by Clifford K. Berryman for the spring dinner of...

Photograph

Mr. Harmonica Man

Date:  date unknown

Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey, who formed a bluegrass band known as the Capital Offenses, played the harmonica in the State Capital rotunda at the me...

Photograph

Peres and Obey

Date: 1992 ca.

Description: Prime Minister of Israel Shimon Peres and Congressman David Obey talk in Obey's office. Papers cover his desk and a large map of Wisconsin is mounted on th...

Date: 1945-03-22 

Description: At the annual dinner of the White House Correspondents Association, President Franklin Roosevelt congratulates Raymond Brandt, the winner of the Clapper Aw...

Date: 1971-05-20 

Description: President Richard Nixon meeting with his cabinet in the White House. Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird, originally from Marshfield, Wisconsin, is to his l...

Photograph

Harmonica Men

Date: 1986 

Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (center), playing the harmonica with Speaker of the House Jim Wright (right), and Congressman Jake Pickle (left).

Date: 1959-09-04 

Description: Senator Alexander Wiley posing with singer Paul Anka and senate page boys on the steps of the U.S. Capitol building.

Date: 1973 

Description: Bill Henshaw, a disabled, wheelchair-bound Vietnam veteran, at a Vietnam Veterans Against the War demonstration during the Nixon Inauguration in 1973.

Painting

John Tyler

Date:  date unknown

Description: A painting of John Tyler, the tenth president of the United States, from the National Collection of Fine Arts of the Smithsonian Institute. John Tyler was...

Date: 1948-12-11 before

Description: Two cartoons (by Clifford K. Berryman?) for the winter dinner of the Gridiron Club, each entitled, "Gridiron Forecast 1948": one of Thomas Dewey holding a...

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