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  • President Nixon with Cabinet Members
    Oliver F. Atkins
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of President Richard M. Nixon with his cabinet members was taken in the Cabinet Room on March 26, 1971. At the head of the table sits newly appointed ambassador to the United Nations and future president George H. W. Bush.
  • Cabinet Room, Kennedy Administration
    Bates Littlehales
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Cabinet Room was taken by Bates Littlehales in April 1962 during the John F. Kennedy administration. Located in the West Wing, the Cabinet Room is where the president meets with the vice president, his cabinet members, and occasionally ambassadors or foreign heads of state. The room is furnished with a table given to the White House during the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, President John F. Kennedy's model of the "Sea Witch," a famous clipper, and the portrait of President George Washington by Gilbert Stuart.
  • Cabinet Room, Kennedy Administration
    Bates Littlehales
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    This photograph of the Cabinet Room was taken by Bates Littlehales in April 1962 during the John F. Kennedy administration. Located in the West Wing, the Cabinet Room is where the president meets with the vice president, his cabinet members, and occasionally ambassadors or foreign heads of state. The room is furnished with a table given to the White House during the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, President John F. Kennedy's model of the "Sea Witch," a famous clipper, and the portrait of President George Washington by Gilbert Stuart.
  • Johnson Signs First Special Message to Congress
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Congress
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting in the Cabinet Room was taken by James P. Blair on April 28, 1966. President Johnson met that day with Civil Rights leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and members of Congress and his Cabinet to discuss and sign his Special Message to the Congress Proposing Further Legislation To Strengthen Civil Rights. Johnson's Special Message called for the enactment of federal law prohibiting discrimination based on race, religion, or national origin. Johnson would go on to send a Special Message to Congress every year until the April 11, 1968 signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1968. From left to right are: Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Floyd B. McKissick, national director of the Congress of Racial Equality; Dr. King; Rep. Emanuel Celler of New York; President Johnson; Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NAACP; and Civil Rights and union labor leader A. Philip Randolph.
  • Johnson Signs First Special Message to Congress
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Congress
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting in the Cabinet Room was taken by James P. Blair on April 28, 1966. President Johnson met that day with Civil Rights leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and members of Congress and his Cabinet to discuss and sign his Special Message to the Congress Proposing Further Legislation To Strengthen Civil Rights. Johnson's Special Message called for the enactment of federal law prohibiting discrimination based on race, religion, or national origin. Johnson would go on to send a Special Message to Congress every year until the April 11, 1968 signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Seated from left to right are: Andrew J. Biemiller of the AFL-CIO; Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Floyd B. McKissick, national director of the Congress of Racial Equality; Dr. King; Rep. Emanuel Celler of New York; President Johnson; Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NAACP; and Civil Rights and union labor leader A. Philip Randolph.
  • Johnson Signs First Special Message to Congress
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Congress
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting in the Cabinet Room was taken by James P. Blair on April 28, 1966. President Johnson met that day with Civil Rights leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and members of Congress and his Cabinet to discuss and sign his Special Message to the Congress Proposing Further Legislation To Strengthen Civil Rights. Johnson's Special Message called for the enactment of federal law prohibiting discrimination based on race, religion, or national origin. Johnson would go on to send a Special Message to Congress every year until the April 11, 1968 signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Seated from left to right are: Andrew J. Biemiller of the AFL-CIO; Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Floyd B. McKissick, national director of the Congress of Racial Equality; Dr. King; Rep. Emanuel Celler of New York; President Johnson; Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NAACP; and Civil Rights and union labor leader A. Philip Randolph.
  • Johnson Signs First Special Message to Congress
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Congress
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting in the Cabinet Room was taken by James P. Blair on April 28, 1966. President Johnson met that day with Civil Rights leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and members of Congress and his Cabinet to discuss and sign his Special Message to the Congress Proposing Further Legislation To Strengthen Civil Rights. Johnson's Special Message called for the enactment of federal law prohibiting discrimination based on race, religion, or national origin. Johnson would go on to send a Special Message to Congress every year until the April 11, 1968 signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Seated from left to right are: Andrew J. Biemiller of the AFL-CIO; Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Floyd B. McKissick, national director of the Congress of Racial Equality; Dr. King; Rep. Emanuel Celler of New York; President Johnson; and Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NAACP.
  • Johnson Signs First Special Message to Congress
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Congress
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting in the Cabinet Room was taken by James P. Blair on April 28, 1966. President Johnson met that day with Civil Rights leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and members of Congress and his Cabinet to discuss and sign his Special Message to the Congress Proposing Further Legislation To Strengthen Civil Rights. Johnson's Special Message called for the enactment of federal law prohibiting discrimination based on race, religion, or national origin. Johnson would go on to send a Special Message to Congress every year until the April 11, 1968 signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1968. From left to right are: Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Floyd B. McKissick, national director of the Congress of Racial Equality; Dr. Martin Luther King; Representative Emanuel Celler of New York; President Lyndon B. Johnson; Roy Wilkins, Executive Director of the NAACP; and Civil Rights and union labor leader A. Philip Randolph.
  • President Johnson Meets with the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson, the Joint Chiefs, and other members of the national security team in the Cabinet Room prior to a meeting. Present at the meeting are Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Jack Valenti, who later went on to become the president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.
  • President Johnson Meets with the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson, the Joint Chiefs, and other members of the national security team in the Cabinet Room prior to a meeting. Present at the meeting are Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Jack Valenti, who later went on to become the president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.
  • President Johnson Meets with the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson, the Joint Chiefs, and other members of the national security team in the Cabinet Room prior to a meeting. Present at the meeting are Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Jack Valenti, who later went on to become the president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.
  • President Johnson Meets with the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson, the Joint Chiefs, and other members of the national security team in the Cabinet Room prior to a meeting. Present at the meeting are Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Jack Valenti, who later went on to become the president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.
  • President Johnson Meets with the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson, the Joint Chiefs, and other members of the national security team in the Cabinet Room prior to a meeting. Present at the meeting are Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Jack Valenti, who later went on to become the president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.
  • President Johnson Meets with the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson, the Joint Chiefs, and other members of the national security team in the Cabinet Room prior to a meeting. Present at the meeting are Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Jack Valenti, who later went on to become the president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.
  • President Johnson Meets with the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel shows President Lyndon Johnson, the Joint Chiefs, and other members of the national security team in the Cabinet Room prior to a meeting. Present at the meeting are Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Jack Valenti, who later went on to become the president of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Earle G. Wheeler.
  • President Nixon and House Minority Leader Ford
    Unknown
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    This is a photograph of President Richard M. Nixon and House Minority Leader Gerald R. Ford convening in the Cabinet Room in the West Wing of the White House. Prior to becoming the Vice President of the United States, Ford served as the minority leader for eight years.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt and His Cabinet
    National Photo Company
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Cabinet
    In this black and white photograph taken by Underwood & Underwood National Photo Company, President Franklin D. Roosevelt poses with members of his cabinet.
  • President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Cabinet Room
    Yoichi R. Okamoto
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    In this photograph, taken by Yoichi R. Okamoto on December 1, 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson sits in the Cabinet Room as he meets with representatives of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Authority, a two hundred mile waterway approved by Congress in 1946 to facilitate trade across the borders of Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama. The waterway was completed in 1984.
  • Lyndon Johnson Him and Her
    Yoichi R. Okamoto
    pets
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    This black and white photograph by Yoichi Okamoto shows President Lyndon Johnson holding two of his family's pet beagles, Him and Her, in his lap in the Cabinet Room.
  • President Kennedy in the Cabinet Room During the Cuban Missile Crisis
    Cecil Stoughton
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Cabinet
    Cold War
    staff
    This photograph by Cecil Stoughton shows President John F. Kennedy in the Cabinet Room with the executive committee of the National Security Council during the Cuban Missile Crisis, which was a thirteen day period in October 1962 when Cold War tensions escalated to the brink of nuclear war over Soviet missile deployment in Cuba. Seated at table (clockwise from bottom left): Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Paul H. Nitze; acting Director of the United States Information Agency Donald M. Wilson; speechwriter and Special Counsel to the president, Theodore C. Sorensen; Special Assistant to the President for National Security McGeorge Bundy; Secretary of the Treasury C. Douglas Dillon; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union Llewellyn Thompson; Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency William C. Foster; Director of the Central Intelligence Agency John A. McCone; Under Secretary of State George W. Ball; Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara; Deputy Secretary of Defense Roswell L. Gilpatric; and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Maxwell D. Taylor. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy is standing at far left, President Kennedy is on the right, looking down, with hands on table, and Secretary of State Dean Rusk stand at far right. Executive Secretary of the National Security Council Bromley K. Smith is sitting against the wall near the bookcase.
  • Betty Ford Dances on the Cabinet Room Table
    David Hume Kennerly
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    This black and white photograph by White House photographer David Hume Kennerly shows First Lady Betty Ford striking a pose on the Cabinet Room table her last day in the White House.
  • President Ronald Reagan with Jelly Beans
    Unknown
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    staff
    In this photograph, President Ronald Reagan enjoys a few jelly beans during a meeting in the Cabinet Room. President Reagan was known for his fondness of the sweet treat.
  • Carter and Others Meet in the Cabinet Room During the Iranian Hostage Crisis
    Unknown
    Cabinet Room
    This photograph of President Jimmy Carter meeting with advisors in the White House Cabinet Room during the Iran hostage crisis was taken on November 2, 1980.
  • President George W. Bush Meets with National Security Council
    Unknown
    staff
    Cabinet Room
    This photograph shows President George W. Bush meeting with the National Security Council in the Cabinet Room to coordinate a response to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Signs the Social Security Act
    Unknown
    bill signing
    Cabinet Room
    In this photograph taken on August 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Social Security Act in the Cabinet Room. The act granted retirement benefits to workers over the age of 65.