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[Assignment: 48-DPA-12-04-08_SOI_K_Pres_AmH] Secretary of the Interior Historic Preservation Awards ceremony [at Main Interior,] with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne, [Deputy Secretary P. Lynn Scarlett, and National Park Service Director Mary Bomar leading the proceedings] [48-DPA-12-04-08_SOI_K_Pres_AmH_DSC_0643.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-12-04-08_SOI_K_Pres_AmH] Secretary of the Interior Historic Preservation Awards ceremony [at Main Interior,] with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne, [Deputy Secretary P. Lynn Scarlett, and National Park Service Director Mary Bomar leading the proceedings] [48-DPA-12-04-08_SOI_K_Pres_AmH_DSC_0643.JPG]

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Subject: Secretary of the Interior Historic Preservation Awards ceremony [at Main Interior,] with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne, [Deputy Secretary P. Lynn Scarlett, and National Park Service Director Mary Bomar leading the proceedings]

Photographer: Rick Lewis--National Park Service
[Assignment: 48-DPA-12-04-08_SOI_K_Pres_AmH] Secretary of the Interior Historic Preservation Awards ceremony [at Main Interior,] with Secretary Dirk Kempthorne, [Deputy Secretary P. Lynn Scarlett, and National Park Service Director Mary Bomar leading the proceedings]

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04/12/2008
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