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  • President Johnson Listens to Recording from Capt. Charles S. Robb
    Jack E. Kightlinger
    technology
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    Vietnam War
    First Family
    In this photograph, taken by Jack E. Kightlinger on July 31, 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson sits by himself in the Cabinet Room listening to a recording sent by his son-in-law Capt. Charles S. Robb, who was deployed on active duty to Vietnam. The president is pictured hunched forward and facing downward, his forehead resting against his hand. On the far side of the room stands a bust depicting Johnson's predecessor, President John F. Kennedy.
  • Katzenbach Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Katzenbach visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Katzenbach is seen speaking to the press in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • Katzenbach Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Katzenbach visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Katzenbach is seen speaking to the press in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • Katzenbach Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Katzenbach visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Katzenbach is seen speaking to the press in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • Katzenbach Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Katzenbach visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Katzenbach is seen speaking to the press in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • J. Edgar Hoover at Johnson Press Conference
    James P. Blair
    West Wing
    Cabinet Room
    press
    This photograph of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Hoover visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Hoover was photographed in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing, where the group addressed members of the press. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • Katzenbach Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Katzenbach visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Katzenbach is seen speaking to the press in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • Katzenbach Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Katzenbach visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Katzenbach is seen speaking to the press in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting.
  • President Johnson Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. President Johnson welcomed representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, for a meeting at the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia. In this photograph, President Johnson is seen addressing the press from the Cabinet Room in the West Wing. Standing from left to right are: Fred M. Vinson, Jr., the assistant attorney general; Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Johnson; J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI; Sheldon S. Cohen, commissioner of the IRS; and Donald W. Bacon, the assistant commissioner of the IRS.
  • Katzenbach Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. Katzenbach visited the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia, with President Lyndon B. Johnson. Katzenbach is seen speaking at a press conference in the Cabinet Room of the West Wing. Representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, also attended the meeting. Standing behind the attorney general is Fred M. Vinson, Jr., the assistant attorney general.
  • President Johnson Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. President Johnson welcomed representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, for a meeting at the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia. In this photograph, President Johnson is seen addressing the press from the Cabinet Room in the West Wing. Standing from left to right are: Fred M. Vinson, Jr., the assistant attorney general; Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Johnson; J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI; Sheldon S. Cohen, commissioner of the IRS; Donald W. Bacon, the assistant commissioner of the IRS; and William G. Hundley, an attorney for the Department of Justice.
  • President Johnson at National Security Council Meeting
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Cabinet
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 10, 1966. In this photograph, President Johnson is seen meeting with members of his National Security Council in the Cabinet Room in the West Wing. Among the group gathered were Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, Secretary of the Treasury Henry H. Fowler, and Johnson's recently-appointed National Security Advisor, W. W. Rostow. Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., United States ambassador to South Vietnam, also attended the meeting while on leave.
  • President Johnson Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. President Johnson welcomed representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, for a meeting at the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia. In this photograph, President Johnson is seen addressing the press from the Cabinet Room in the West Wing. Standing from left to right are: Fred M. Vinson, Jr., the assistant attorney general; Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Johnson; J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI; Sheldon S. Cohen, commissioner of the IRS; Donald W. Bacon, the assistant commissioner of the IRS; and William G. Hundley, an attorney for the Department of Justice.
  • President Johnson Speaks on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. President Johnson welcomed representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, for a meeting at the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia. In this photograph, President Johnson is seen addressing the press from the Cabinet Room in the West Wing. Standing from left to right are: Fred M. Vinson, Jr., the assistant attorney general; Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; Johnson; J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI; Sheldon S. Cohen, commissioner of the IRS; Donald W. Bacon, the assistant commissioner of the IRS; and William G. Hundley, an attorney for the Department of Justice.
  • President Johnson at National Security Council Meeting
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    Cabinet
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 10, 1966. In this photograph, President Johnson is seen meeting with members of his National Security Council in the Cabinet Room in the West Wing. Among the group gathered were Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, Secretary of the Treasury Henry H. Fowler, and Johnson's recently-appointed National Security Advisor, W. W. Rostow. Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., United States ambassador to South Vietnam, also attended the meeting while on leave.
  • President Johnson's Meeting on Organized Crime
    James P. Blair
    Cabinet
    Cabinet Room
    West Wing
    press
    This photograph was taken by James P. Blair on May 5, 1966. President Lyndon B. Johnson welcomed representatives from the Internal Revenue Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the departments of justice and treasury, among others, for a meeting at the White House that day to discuss progress made toward stymying the power of La Cosa Nostra, or the American Mafia. In this photograph, the group is seen standing in front of the press in the Cabinet Room in the West Wing. Standing from left to right are: Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach; J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI; Sheldon S. Cohen, commissioner of the IRS; Donald W. Bacon, the assistant commissioner of the IRS; and William G. Hundley, an attorney for the Department of Justice.