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Walter Mondale and Harold Brown - Reviewing maps, Fr. 2A; Walter Mondale - With staff, Fr. 3A-4A; Jimmy Carter - Meeting in Oval Office with Joseph (Jody) Powell, Jr, Lloyd Cutler, Hamilton Jordan, for the negotiations of the release of the Iranian hostages, Fr. 5A-8A Talking on phone, Fr. 9A-10A; Signing documents, Fr. 10A; Speaking to reporters in the Briefing Room in the White House, Fr.13A-20A

Walter Mondale and Harold Brown - Reviewing maps, Fr. 2A; Walter Mondale - With staff, Fr. 3A-4A; Jimmy Carter - Meeting in Oval Office with Joseph (Jody) Powell, Jr, Lloyd Cutler, Hamilton Jordan, for the negotiations of the release of the Iranian hostages, Fr. 5A-8A Talking on phone, Fr. 9A-10A; Signing documents, Fr. 10A; Speaking to reporters in the Briefing Room in the White House, Fr.13A-20A

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Carter White House Photographs: Presidential

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20/01/1977 - 22/01/1981
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