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Budget Conference



Budget Conference
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Title: Budget Conference
Description: An emergency budget cutting session, under the watchful eye of the press. Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey is at the far right of the table. Opposite him is Stuart Eisenstad, President Jimmy Carter's domestic policy adviser, Jim Free Cater's budget director: and Senator Jim Culver of Iowa. At the end of the table are Speaker Jim Wright and Senators Robert Byrd and Alan Cranston. The table is covered with notebooks, papers and many cups of coffee.

Image ID: 89443
Creation
Date:
1979 
Creator
Name:
Unknown
City, State: Washington, District of Columbia
Collection
Name:
Obey, David R., Papers
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
This photograph appeared in Obey's autobiography, "Raising Hell for Justice."
Subjects: Capitol buildings
Cameras
Sound systems
Public officers
Indoor photography
Men
Women
Legislators
Meetings
Political leadership
Photographers
Work clothes
Suits (Clothing)
Journalists
Reporters and reporting
Chandeliers
Neckties
 

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