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  • Kennedy Throws First Pitch at 1962 All-Star Baseball Game
    Cecil Stoughton 
    sports
    This is a color photograph of President John F. Kennedy throwing out the first pitch at the 1962 Major League Baseball All-Star Game on July 10, 1962. The event took place at the District of Columbia Stadium, which opened in 1961. The stadium would later be renamed the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, or RFK Stadium, in 1969.
  • President Harding Throwing Out First Pitch
    Harris & Ewing
    sports
    This black and white photograph shows President Warren G. Harding throwing out a first pitch at a Washington Senators baseball game.
  • President Coolidge Throws First Pitch at World Series
    Unknown
    sports
    This black and white photograph shows President Calvin Coolidge preparing to throw out the first pitch of game three of the 1925 World Series. Pittsburgh Pirates manager Bill McKechnie stands to the president’s right and Washington Senators manager Bucky Harris stands on Coolidge’s left; baseball commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis is visible at Harris’ left shoulder.
  • President Obama Throws Out First Pitch at Nationals Park
    Pete Souza
    sports
    This photograph shows President Barack Obama throwing out the ceremonial first pitch on the opening day of Major League Baseball at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. on April 5, 2010. Obama wore a Nationals Nationals jacket and a Chicago White Sox hat in support of his favorite baseball team.
  • President Ford Throws First Pitch to Johnny Bench at the 1976 All Star Game
    Unknown
    sports
    This photograph shows President Gerald Ford throwing out the first pitch from the Field Box at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia on July 13, 1976. Johnny Bench, long time catcher for the Cincinnati Reds and future member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, stands in the foreground. Bench played on the National League All-Star Team that year.
  • President Bill Clinton Throws Out First Pitch on Opening Day at Camden Yards
    Unknown
    sports
    This photograph shows President Bill Clinton throwing the first pitch on opening day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 2, 1996. At the time there was no baseball team in Washington, D.C., so the Baltimore Orioles were the closest franchise to the capital.
  • Nixon Throws First Pitch on Opening Day at RFK Stadium
    Unknown
    sports
    This photograph is of President Richard Nixon throwing out the first pitch on opening day of the 1969 baseball season between the Washington Senators and the New York Yankees at RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C. Baseball great Ted Williams, then manager of the Senators, stands to Nixon's right while Yankees manager Ralph Houk and Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn are on his left.
  • President Reagan Throws the First Pitch at the End of the 1988 Season
    Bill Fitz-Patrick
    sports
    This photograph shows President Ronald Reagan throwing out the first pitch at a late season baseball game between the Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates at Wrigley Field, Chicago in 1988. Reagan announced Cubs game over the radio during his career in broadcasting.
  • President and Mrs. Harding Observe a Tennis Match
    Harris & Ewing
    sports
    South Grounds
    This is a photograph of President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Kling Harding enjoying a tennis match during a tournament on the White House Grounds. The Hardings held the tournament for national and international tennis players on May 10, 1922.
  • President Harding's Voyage of Understanding, Hutchinson, Kansas, Side A
    Keystone View Company
    presidential visits
    sports
    This stereograph by Keystone View Company shows President Warren G. Harding playing a round of golf in Hutchinson, Kansas, during his "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The caption reads: "Pres. Harding "Teeing Off," Country Club Golf Course, Hutchinson, Kans." There is text on the back of this card. See image number 1112031.
  • President Harding's Voyage of Understanding, Salt Lake City, Utah, Side A
    Keystone View Company
    presidential visits
    sports
    This stereograph by Keystone View Company Shows President Warren G. Harding playing a round of golf in Salt Lake City, Utah, during his "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The caption reads: "President Harding Enjoying His Golf at Salt Lake City, Utah."
  • National Ski Association Present Skis to the Coolidges
    Herbert E. French
    White House Guests
    sports
    This photograph by Herbert E. French of National Photo Company shows President Calvin Coolidge and First Lady Grace Coolidge with members of the National Ski Association. The Association presented a pair of skis to both the president and first lady outside, on the White House Grounds.
  • President Coolidge with the Washington Senators
    National Photo Company
    White House Guests
    sports
    This photograph shows President Calvin Coolidge with members of the 1925 Washington Senators Baseball team. The group shot was taken on the South Lawn with the South Portico of the White House visible in the background. The Senators led the American League that year with a 96-55 record, but lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates in the World Series.
  • Harry Truman Playing Horseshoes
    Harris & Ewing
    South Grounds
    sports
    military
    White House Guests
    This photograph by Harris and Ewing shows President Harry Truman and Admiral Chester Nimitz playing horseshoes with professional horseshoe pitcher Jimmy Risk, who is at the far right.
  • Franklin Roosevelt Throws Ceremonial First Pitch at Griffith Stadium
    Unknown
    sports
    This black and white photograph is of President Franklin D. Roosevelt throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a baseball game between the Washington Senators and the Boston Red Sox at Griffith Stadium on April 24,1934. Roosevelt threw a first pitch for the Senators many times in the early years of his presidency, and the most ceremonial first pitches of any president to date.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Swims in Warm Springs
    Unknown
    Sports
    Presidential Visit
    In this black and white photograph, President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown swimming in a pool at Warm Springs, Georgia. Years before he was president, Roosevelt first came to Warm Springs in 1924 on an invitation from George Foster Peabody, who had described the instances of swimming in the springs improving the conditions of those with polio. While swimming in the water, Mr. Roosevelt felt the effects and regained movement in his right leg. Mr. Roosevelt then bought the property from Peabody in the 1926, and converted the area into the Warm Springs Foundation in 1927 which was dedicated to treatment of those suffering from polio. Just prior to winning the Presidency, he built a house nearby which was named the Little White House when he was in office. President Roosevelt would regularly visit Warm Springs, and died at the Little White House on April 12, 1945.
  • Roosevelt Throws Out the World Series First Pitch
    Theodor Horydczak
    Sports
    Presidential Visit
    In this black and white photograph, President Franklin D. Roosevelt is throwing the ceremonial first pitch at Game Three of the World Series held at Griffith Stadium in 1933. The Series featured the New York Giants versus the Washington Senators. The Giants clinched the baseball championship, winning four games to one.
  • White House Putting Green
    Bruce White
    sports
    South Grounds
    This is a photograph of the putting green installed for President Bill Clinton in 1995. The first putting green was installed for President Dwight D. Eisenhower until it was removed during the 1970s.
  • President George Bush Playing Horseshoes
    Unknown
    sports
    South Grounds
    This is a photograph of President George Bush playing a game of horseshoes on the South Grounds of the White House with James Baker, who served as his Secretary of State and, later, his Chief of Staff. The horseshoe pit was installed in 1989, removed in 1993 during the Clinton administration, and reinstalled during George W. Bush's presidency.
  • President Obama Playing Basketball
    Pete Souza
    sports
    South Grounds
    This a photograph of President Barack Obama playing basketball on the adapted tennis court during the a break between meetings.
  • Theodore Roosevelt on Horseback
    Unknown
    pets
    sports
    This photograph shows President Theodore Roosevelt on his horse while jumping a fence.
  • Theodore Roosevelt Watching Theodore, Jr. on a Horse
    Barnett McFee Clinedinst
    First Family
    pets
    sports
    This photograph by Clinedinst shows Theodore Roosevelt, while still Vice President, watching his son Theodore jumping his horse over a fence.
  • President Taft Tossing the First Pitch at Senator's Game
    Barnett McFee Clinedinst
    sports
    This black and white photograph is of President William Howard Taft throwing out the first ball before a Washington Senators baseball game at Bennett Park in Detroit on June 9, 1910. The Senators defeated the Detroit Tigers, 7 to 1.
  • William Howard Taft Playing Golf in Chevy Chase
    George Grantham Bain
    sports
    In this black and white photograph, President William Howard Taft plays golf in Chevy Chase, Maryland while two unidentified men look on. This photograph taken on June 28, 1909 is stamped with a copyright by George Grantham Bain.
  • President Eisenhower Golfs
    United States Marine Corps
    sports
    This photograph, taken on July 24, 1953 by the U.S. Marine Corps, of President Dwight Eisenhower was taken at Quantico, Virginia. Eisenhower is shown wearing golf attire and holding a club. President Eisenhower was at Quantico for a conference of top defense officials and later found time for a round of golf.