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  • presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and others examining a copy of the Des Moines Register on July 30, 1965. The headline reads "Counties Fight Big Trucks".
  • presidential visit
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and others walking down an unidentified street on July 30, 1965.
  • presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and others examining a copy of the Des Moines Register on July 30, 1965.
  • presidential visit
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and others walking down an unidentified street on July 30, 1965.
  • children
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson speaking with two young girls while walking down the street. This photograph was taken on July 30, 1965.
  • presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and others examining a copy of the Des Moines Register on July 30, 1965. The headline reads "Counties Fight Big Trucks".
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman during the signing of the Social Security Act Amendments, which established Medicare and Medicaid, on July 30, 1965 in Independence, Missouri. President Johnson involved Truman in the signing ceremony because of the Truman administration's endeavors to provide national health insurance for Americans.
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman during the signing of the Social Security Act Amendments, which established Medicare and Medicaid, on July 30, 1965 in Independence, Missouri. President Johnson involved Truman in the signing ceremony because of the Truman administration's endeavors to provide national health insurance for Americans.
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman during the signing of the Social Security Act Amendments, which established Medicare and Medicaid, on July 30, 1965 in Independence, Missouri. President Johnson involved Truman in the signing ceremony because of the Truman administration's endeavors to provide national health insurance for Americans.
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman during the signing of the Social Security Act Amendments, which established Medicare and Medicaid. Johnson involved Truman in the signing ceremony because of the Truman Administration's endeavors to provide national health insurance for Americans.
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman during the signing of the Social Security Act Amendments, which established Medicare and Medicaid in Independence, Missouri on July 30, 1965. President Johnson involved Truman in the signing ceremony because of the Truman Administration's endeavors to provide national health insurance for Americans.
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman during the signing of the Social Security Act Amendments, which established Medicare and Medicaid, on July 30, 1965 in Independence, Missouri. President Johnson involved Truman in the signing ceremony because of the Truman administration's endeavors to provide national health insurance for Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson's arrival on Air Force One at the Kansas City Municipal Airport en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments on July 30, 1965. President Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include former president Harry S. Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman during the signing of the Social Security Act Amendments, which established Medicare and Medicaid, on July 30, 1965 in Independence, Missouri. President Johnson involved Truman in the signing ceremony because of the Truman administration's endeavors to provide national health insurance for Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson's arrival on Air Force One at the Kansas City Municipal Airport en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments on July 30, 1965. President Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include former president Harry S. Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson's arrival on Air Force One at the Kansas City Municipal Airport en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments on July 30, 1965. President Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include former president Harry S. Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson's arrival on Air Force One at the Kansas City Municipal Airport en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments on July 30, 1965. President Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include former president Harry S. Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson's arrival on Air Force One at the Kansas City Municipal Airport en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments on July 30, 1965. President Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include former president Harry S. Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    presidential visit
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman prior to signing Social Security Act Amendments, which established both Medicare and Medicaid. President Johnson involved Truman with the signing because the Truman administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans. This photograph was taken at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri on July 30, 1965.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman at the Kansas City Municipal Airport on July 30, 1965. President Johnson arrived in Kansas City en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum. Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman at the Kansas City Municipal Airport on July 30, 1965. President Johnson arrived in Kansas City en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum. Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman at the Kansas City Municipal Airport on July 30, 1965. President Johnson arrived in Kansas City en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum. Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman at the Kansas City Municipal Airport on July 30, 1965. President Johnson arrived in Kansas City en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum. Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman at the Kansas City Municipal Airport on July 30, 1965. President Johnson arrived in Kansas City en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum. Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.
  • bill signing
    Air Force One
    presidential visit
    This photograph shows President Lyndon B. Johnson and former president Harry S. Truman at the Kansas City Municipal Airport on July 30, 1965. President Johnson arrived in Kansas City en route to Independence, Missouri to sign the Social Security Act Amendments at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum. Johnson chose Independence as the location for the signing in order to include Truman, whose administration endeavored to provide national health insurance to Americans.