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  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    performing
    parties
    hobbies
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    music
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Amy Carter dances with Mickey Mouse as musicians from the Disney World Combo perform.
  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    performing
    parties
    hobbies
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    music
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Amy Carter dances with Mickey Mouse as musicians from the Disney World Combo perform.
  • Amy Carter Admires the 1977 White House Gingerbread House
    Bill Fitz-Patrick
    winter holidays
    gingerbread
    food & drink
    decorations
    State Floor
    State Dining Room
    Christmas
    This photograph of Amy Carter admiring a gingerbread house in the State Dining Room was taken on December 28, 1977 by Bill Fitz-Patrick. The gingerbread house was created by Assistant Executive Chef Hans Raffert. Raffert's German A-frame style gingerbread houses were a traditional part of the White House holiday decorations from 1969-1991. For the 1977 gingerbread, Raffert embellished it with candy canes, gingerbread men, cookies, frosting, and reindeer.
  • President Carter Takes the Oath of Office
    Bernard Godfryd
    inaugurations
    U.S. Capitol
    Justices
    Washington, D.C.
    This photograph of Chief Justice Warren E. Burger of the Supreme Court administering the Oath of Office to Jimmy Carter on the east portico of United States Capitol was taken by Bernard Gotfryd on January 20, 1977. Next to them stands First Lady Rosalynn Carter. Among those in the crowd were outgoing President Gerald R. Ford, former Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, newly sworn-in Vice President Walter F. Mondale, and the Carters’ youngest child, daughter Amy.
  • Christmas Party for Children of Diplomats, 1977
    Joseph H. Bailey
    winter holidays
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    Christmas
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on December 14, 1977, during a Christmas party hosted by First Lady Rosalynn Carter for the children of the Diplomatic Corps. The party was coordinated by THIS (The Hospitality and Information Service) for Diplomats, a volunteer organization established in 1961 to support newly appointed diplomats and their families transition to life in Washington, D.C. Over 400 children attended the party, where they enjoyed a performance of "The Littlest Clown" by the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, a family theater company founded by Judith Ann Abrams in 1965. During the production, first daughter Amy Carter was invited onto the East Room stage and dressed as a clown. In this photograph, Mrs. Carter congratulates the group onstage, including Amy Carter (seated in her clown costume) and distinguished actress Helen Hayes. Hayes, a board member of the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, narrated the production.
  • Rosalynn and Amy Carter at Diplomatic Children's Party, 1977
    Joseph H. Bailey
    press
    State Floor
    East Room
    Christmas
    winter holidays
    parties
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on December 14, 1977, during a Christmas party hosted by First Lady Rosalynn Carter for the children of the Diplomatic Corps. The party was coordinated by THIS (The Hospitality and Information Service) for Diplomats, a volunteer organization established in 1961 to support newly appointed diplomats and their families transition to life in Washington, D.C. Over 400 children attended the party, where they enjoyed a performance of "The Littlest Clown" by the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, a family theater company founded by Judith Ann Abrams in 1965. Here, First Lady Rosalynn Carter and her daughter, Amy, enjoy the performance with an audience of children. White House press corps journalist Helen Thomas and Mary Prince, Amy Carter's nanny, stand behind the audience.
  • Rosalynn and Amy Carter Visit White House Kitchen
    Mary Anne Fackelman
    Kitchen
    Ground Floor
    staff
    In this photograph, taken around January 24, 1980, Amy Carter enjoys a snack in the White House Kitchen, while her mother, First Lady Rosalynn Carter, laughs approvingly. They are joined by White House Executive Chef Henry Haller. This photograph is part of a collection belonging to Chef Henry Haller. Haller served as executive chef at the White House from 1966-1987.
  • Amy Carter's Tenth Birthday Party
    Unknown
    children
    celebration
    Third Floor
    Solarium
    food & drink
    In this photograph, taken October 19, 1977, Amy Carter grabs a candle from her cake during her tenth birthday party. To celebrate her birthday, Amy and 14 friends participated in a pumpkin carving contest in the China Room and watched the 1931 film Frankenstein in the Family Theater. This photograph is part of a collection belonging to former White House Executive Chef Henry Haller. Haller served as executive chef at the White House from 1966-1987.
  • Staff Present Cake at Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Unknown
    staff
    food
    event
    State Floor
    East Room
    children
    In this photograph, taken on November 17, 1978, butler Eugene Allen (left) and maître d'hotel John W. Ficklin (right) bring out a cake during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. This photograph is part of a collection belonging to former White House Executive Chef Henry Haller. Haller served five first families and their distinguished guests as executive chef at the White House from 1966-1987.
  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    State Floor
    East Room
    parties
    arts & culture
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Eugene C. Allen (left) and maître d'hotel John W. Ficklin (right) bring out a cake, as Amy Carter and Mickey Mouse look on. At right, Rosalynn Carter addresses the audience.
  • Christmas Party for Children of Diplomats, 1977
    Joseph H. Bailey
    winter holidays
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    Christmas
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on December 14, 1977, during a Christmas party hosted by First Lady Rosalynn Carter for the children of the Diplomatic Corps. The party was coordinated by THIS (The Hospitality and Information Service) for Diplomats, a volunteer organization established in 1961 to support newly appointed diplomats and their families transition to life in Washington, D.C. Over 400 children attended the party, where they enjoyed a performance of "The Littlest Clown" by the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, a family theater company founded by Judith Ann Abrams in 1965. During the production, first daughter Amy Carter was invited onto the East Room stage and dressed as a clown. In this photograph, Mrs. Carter congratulates the group onstage, including Amy Carter (seated in her clown costume) and distinguished actress Helen Hayes. Hayes, a board member of the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, narrated the production.
  • Christmas Party for Children of Diplomats, 1977
    Joseph H. Bailey
    winter holidays
    parties
    State Floor
    East Room
    Christmas
    performing
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on December 14, 1977, during a Christmas party hosted by First Lady Rosalynn Carter for the children of the Diplomatic Corps. The party was coordinated by THIS (The Hospitality and Information Service) for Diplomats, a volunteer organization established in 1961 to support newly appointed diplomats and their families transition to life in Washington, D.C. Over 400 children attended the party, where they enjoyed a performance of "The Littlest Clown" by the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, a family theater company founded by Judith Ann Abrams in 1965. During the production, first daughter Amy Carter was invited onto the East Room stage and dressed as a clown. In this photograph, members of the theater company including Judith Ann Abrams gesture triumphantly toward Amy Carter, who is seated onstage in her costume.
  • Christmas Party for Children of Diplomats, 1977
    Joseph H. Bailey
    winter holidays
    parties
    State Floor
    East Room
    Christmas
    performing
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on December 14, 1977, during a Christmas party hosted by First Lady Rosalynn Carter for the children of the Diplomatic Corps. The party was coordinated by THIS (The Hospitality and Information Service) for Diplomats, a volunteer organization established in 1961 to support newly appointed diplomats and their families transition to life in Washington, D.C. Over 400 children attended the party, where they enjoyed a performance of "The Littlest Clown" by the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, a family theater company founded by Judith Ann Abrams in 1965. During the production, first daughter Amy Carter was invited onto the East Room stage and dressed as a clown. Here, Mrs. Carter and Amy watch the performance with the audience of children. White House press corps journalist Helen Thomas and Mary Prince, Amy’s nanny, stand behind the audience.
  • Amy Carter at Diplomatic Children's Party, 1977
    Joseph H. Bailey
    State Floor
    Christmas
    winter holidays
    Blue Room
    parties
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on December 14, 1977, during a Christmas party hosted by First Lady Rosalynn Carter for the children of the Diplomatic Corps. The party was coordinated by THIS (The Hospitality and Information Service) for Diplomats, a volunteer organization established in 1961 to support newly appointed diplomats and their families transition to life in Washington, D.C. Over 400 children attended the party, where they enjoyed a performance of "The Littlest Clown" by the Broadway Pixie Judy Troupe, a family theater company founded by Judith Ann Abrams in 1965. Here, first daughter Amy Carter poses with guests in the Blue Room.
  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    music
    performing
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Amy Carter joins Mickey Mouse for a performance with musicians from the Disney World Combo.
  • Amy Carter Greets Mickey Mouse
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    Red Room
    Cross Hall
    event
    In this photograph, taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, greets Mickey Mouse in the Red Room. Rosalynn Carter can be seen in the background, beaming from the Cross Hall. That day, Mickey Mouse was the guest of honor at a party in the East Room to commemorate his 50th anniversary. The event was hosted by Amy Carter for local children with disabilities.
  • Amy Carter Greets Mickey Mouse
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    Red Room
    Cross Hall
    event
    In this photograph, taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, greets Mickey Mouse in the Red Room. That day, Mickey Mouse was the guest of honor at a party in the East Room to commemorate his 50th anniversary. The event was hosted by Amy Carter for local children with disabilities.
  • Amy Carter Greets Mickey Mouse
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    Red Room
    Cross Hall
    event
    In this photograph, taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, greets Mickey Mouse in the Red Room. That day, Mickey Mouse was the guest of honor at a party in the East Room to commemorate his 50th anniversary. The event was hosted by Amy Carter for local children with disabilities.
  • Amy Carter Greets Mickey Mouse
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    Red Room
    Cross Hall
    event
    In this photograph, taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, greets Mickey Mouse in the Red Room. Rosalynn Carter can be seen in the background, beaming from the Cross Hall. That day, Mickey Mouse was the guest of honor at a party in the East Room to commemorate his 50th anniversary. The event was hosted by Amy Carter for local children with disabilities.
  • Amy Carter Greets Mickey Mouse
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    Red Room
    Cross Hall
    event
    In this photograph, taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, greets Mickey Mouse in the Red Room. That day, Mickey Mouse was the guest of honor at a party in the East Room to commemorate his 50th anniversary. The event was hosted by Amy Carter for local children with disabilities.
  • Amy Carter Greets Mickey Mouse
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    Red Room
    Cross Hall
    event
    In this photograph, taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, greets Mickey Mouse in the Red Room. Rosalynn Carter can be seen in the background, beaming from the Cross Hall. That day, Mickey Mouse was the guest of honor at a party in the East Room to commemorate his 50th anniversary. The event was hosted by Amy Carter for local children with disabilities.
  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    music
    performing
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Amy Carter joins Mickey Mouse for a performance as musicians from the Disney World Combo perform.
  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    performing
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    music
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Amy Carter greets Mickey Mouse as musicians from the Disney World Combo perform.
  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    performing
    parties
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    music
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Amy Carter greets Mickey Mouse as musicians from the Disney World Combo perform.
  • Amy Carter's Mickey Mouse Party
    Joseph H. Bailey
    performing
    parties
    hobbies
    arts & culture
    State Floor
    East Room
    music
    This photograph was taken by National Geographic photographer Joseph H. Bailey on November 17, 1978, during a party in the East Room to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Mickey Mouse. The event was hosted by Amy Carter, daughter of President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter, who invited local children with disabilities to the celebration. Here, Amy Carter dances with Mickey Mouse as musicians from the Disney World Combo perform.