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American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Address delivered by M.Hinzelin at the carnival held on Oct. 13th, in the grounds of the old Chateau Raoul, Chateauroux, France, under the auspices of the American Red Cross and local French relief societies to raise funds for the purpose of supplying the babies, the sick and the wounded, with milk and eggs this winter

Ceremonies and Parades - Patriotic address to lumbermen. Lumbermen in the Gulf Lumber Co's woods at Fullerton, Louisiana, gathered to hear a patriotic address

Colleges and Universities - Ohio State University - School of Military Aeronautics, Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio. Address to students

Ceremonies - England - Old Glory in England. Scene in a training camp of Canadian and American troops in England. The U.S. Ambassador is shown delivering an address to the U.S. soldiers while Canadian officers and soldiers stand at salute

Demobilization - Documents - Postal supplied to soldiers just before leaving this country. The address side

Ceremonies - Liberation of Alsace (Strassbourg) - In Colmar, Alsace, President Poincare received a big reception from the grateful peasants. Three children of Colmar, a girl with the republican cap of France, a boy in the traditional dress of Uncle Sam, and an Alsatian girl deliver an address of welcome to the president

American Red Cross - Soliciting Funds - Scene during address by M. Hinselin at the carnival held October 13, 1918, in the grounds of the old Chateau Maoul, Chateroux, France, under the auspices of the A.R.C

Ceremonies - Flag Day, 1918 - Flag Day address, N.Y. City. Dr. Thomas Edward Green delivering a Flag Day address in front of the Sub Treasury Bldg. to large crowds

Ceremonies - Joan of Ark Day, 1918 - New York - Celebration of the Anniversary of Joan of Arc. Mr. J. Sanford Salters (white beard) made the address. New York City

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Ellington Field, Houston, Texas. Lieutenant Jacobs delivering Memorial Day address

Ceremonies and Parades - James W. Gerard, former U.S. Ambassador to Germany, making an address at the Y.M.C.A. Eagle Hut in Bryant Park, New York

Ceremonies - Liberations - Memorial Day, 1918 - Memorial Day, U.S., France. General Pershing making a Memorial Day address toi members of the A.E.F. and French officers and soldiers, at Romagne, France

Ceremonies and Parades - War Activities at Cheboygan, Mich. Open-air meeting on November 11, 1918. Address by Fr. F. J. Piaskowski

Ceremonies and Parades - Patriotic address to lumber co. employees. Employees listening to a patriotic adddress at the Gulf Lumber Co., Mill, Fullerton, LA

Ceremonies and Parades - Patriotic Ddemonstrations at Griffin, GA. Canadian officer delivering patriotic address at Confederate Monument

Boy's Activities - Junior Camp Association - Gov. Whitman, of New York, presents a flag to Cadet Corps in Miltiary Training at Peekskill. Eighteen hundred boys of the New York state Cadet Corps in training in Peekskill, N.Y. were reviewed by Governor Whitman (July 20, 1917) who, after an address to the young soldiers, presented a flag to the Corps. Photo shows, Gov. Whitman's arrival at the boy's camp

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Fourth of July Pageant, Wash., D.C. French and Serbian section listening to an address

Ceremonies and Parades - Watertown, Wisc., during war. Patriotic meeting held by the country council of defence, showing tent where Lieutenant Robert Renard of the French High Commission, delivered an address to an enthusiastic audience of five thousand people (1)

Ceremonies and Parades - Hero Day Ceremonies, New York City. Alfred E. Smith, Democratic nominee for Governor of New York and President of the New York Board of Aldermen, delivering the principal address on Hero Day in Central Park, N. Y. where people congregated to pay their respects to our soldiers killed in battle

Boy's Activities - Junior Naval Reserve - Other Camps - U.S. Junior Naval Reserve. Company of cadets listening to address at Camp Howe, Rye, N.Y

Ceremonies and Parades - War Activities at Cheboygan, Mich. Open-air meeting on November 11, 1918. Address by Mayor C. S. Reilley

Ceremonies - Bastille Day, 1918 - Ceremonies at Statue of Jean D'Arc on Bastille Day, N.Y. City. A large and enthusiastic crowd gathered about the statue of Jean d'Arc, New York City on Bastille Day to do homage to that heroine and the cause of her people. Speakers paid tribute to the courage and ideals of the French people, the Marseillaise and Star Spangled Banner were sung. The Reverand Ganon Gilles B. Cabanel, Chaplain Chief of the Famous Blue Devils made a short address. Paul Bartlett, officer of the Legion of Honor, is speaking

Ceremonies and Parades - Watertown, Wis., During war. Patriotic meeting held by the county council of defense, showing tent where Lieutenant Robert Renard of the French High Commission, delivered an address to an enthusiastic audience of five thousand People (2)

Photograph of the Site where Robert E. Lee's Farewell Address was Made, Appomattox Court House, Virginia

President Herbert Hoover Makes Memorial Day Address at Valley Forge

Franklin D. Roosevelt Delivers 1939 State of the Union Address

Franklin D. Roosevelt Delivers 1943 State of the Union Address

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

[NATO Council Meeting (De Gasperi's Address, Schuman's Address, and Felix Gaillard, Rene Pleven, Herve Alphand, Amb. Draper, etc.)]

Photograph of Solon Buck Delivering Address at Unveiling Ceremonies for R. D. W. Connor Portrait, with Wayne Grover and Mr. and Mrs. Nash

Photograph of Waldo Leland Delivering Principal Unveiling Address for the R .D. W. Connor Portrait

Photograph of President Harry S Truman Delivering the Principal Address at the Unveiling Ceremony

President Harry S. Truman Delivering His Farewell Address

President Dwight D. Eisenhower Delivers His First State of the Union Address to a Joint Session of Congress

Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower Listens from a Box in the House Gallery as President Dwight D. Eisenhower Delivers the State of the Union Address

Dwight D. Eisenhower Delivers the Commencement Address at Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania

Dwight D. Eisenhower Delivers the Commencement Address at Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pennsylvania

Dwight D. Eisenhower Delivers a Major Foreign Policy Address from the Rostrum in The Heart of Texas Coliseum in Waco, Texas, the Speech was Part of the Graduation Ceremony at Baylor University

President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower at the Capitol for the President's State of the Union Address

Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Adlai Stevenson (center)with (left to right): Isadore Perlman, Robert Thornton, Wallace Reynolds, and Donald H. McLaughlin, Regent of the University. Stevenson here to address the International Astronomical Union meeting at U.C. August 15, 1961. Morgue 1961-15 (P-6) [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

President Kennedy Views the Liberty Bell prior to his Independence Day Address in Philadelphia

President John F. Kennedy Delivers a 4th of July Address at the Governors Conference at Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA

President Kennedy’s Address at Boston College Centennial Ceremonies

Commencement Address at American University, 10:31 AM

Address at the University of Maine, Orono

Richard Nixon delivers a Memorial Day address at Golden Gate National Cemetery. Colonel Otho W. Humphries was awarded the most distinguished citation of the American Legion

President Lyndon B. Johnson Delivers the Commencement Address at Southwest Texas State College

U.S. Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN John Parie (left), of the 341st Space Wing Public Affairs Office, photographs another AIRMAN shortly after the arrival of U.S. President George W. Bush at the 120th Fighter Wing, Great Falls International Airport Air Guard Station, Mont., on Feb. 3, 2005. Great Falls was one of five cities visited by the President for Town Hall meetings on social security issues following his State of the Union Address. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by TECH. SGT. Roger M. Dey) (Released)

President Richard Nixon Making the State of the Union Address

President Richard Nixon Making the State of the Union Address

President Richard Nixon Delivering the 1971 State of the Union Address

Photograph of President Gerald Ford Delivering an Address to a Joint Session of Congress with Speaker of the House Carl Albert and President Pro Tempore of the Senate James Eastland in the Background

President Gerald R. Ford Delivering an Address to a Joint Session of Congress with Speaker of the House Carl Albert and President Pro Tempore of the Senate James Eastland in the Background

Julie Nixon Eisenhower, David Eisenhower, Jack Ford, Steve Ford, Susan Ford, First Lady Betty Ford, Alexander M. Haig, and Others Applauding in the Gallery of the House Chamber during President Gerald R. Ford's Address to a Joint Session of Congress

President Gerald R. Ford Gives the Commencement Address at The Ohio State University in the St. John Arena, Columbus, Ohio

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford Taking a Telephone Call in the White House Oval Office after Delivering His Address on the Economy to a Joint Session of Congress

FACILITIES MINI CONFERENCE AT GUERIN HOUSE WITH WELCOME ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

FACILITIES MINI CONFERENCE AT GUERIN HOUSE WITH WELCOME ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

FACILITIES MINI CONFERENCE AT GUERIN HOUSE WITH WELCOME ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

President Gerald R. Ford Talks with Donald Rumsfeld while he is Sitting in a Barber Chair for a Haircut Prior to an Address to the Nation on Energy and Economic Problems

First Lady Betty Ford and Others Applauding From the Gallery during the 1975 State of the Union Address

President Gerald R. Ford Delivering the 1975 State of the Union Address in the House Chamber of the United States Capitol

Photograph of President Gerald Ford Delivering the 1975 State of the Union Address

View of the House Chamber of the United States Capitol during President Gerald R. Ford's 1975 State of the Union Address

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and Staff Watching a Replay of His Address to the Nation on Recommendations for Tax Reduction and Spending Televised Earlier that Evening

Photograph of President Gerald R. Ford and Staff Reviewing a Draft of His Address to the Nation on Recommendations for Tax Reduction and Spending to be Delivered that Evening

STATE OF THE CENTER ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

STATE OF THE CENTER ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

STATE OF THE CENTER ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

STATE OF THE CENTER ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

STATE OF THE CENTER ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

STATE OF THE CENTER ADDRESS BY CENTER DIRECTOR BRUCE LUNDIN

First Lady Betty Ford and Others Seated in the Gallery Prior to the 1976 State of the Union Address

THE ENERGY CRISIS - PRESIDENT CARTER'S PLAN

President Gerald R. Ford Delivering the 1977 State of the Union Address in the House Chamber of the United States Capitol

Cameramen Recording President Gerald R. Ford's 1977 State of the Union Address in the House Chamber of the United States Capitol

President Gerald R. Ford Talking to Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller prior to the 1977 State of the Union Address

Photograph of President Gerald Ford Delivering the 1977 State of the Union Address

Jimmy Carter - Address to the Nation on the situation in Iran and Afghanistan

President departs for New York at address the UN

Jimmy Carter - Energy Address

The President's Address at the Senate and house Democratic Fundraising Dinner

The President's Address at the Senate and House Democratic Fundraising Dinner

Short service at the First Baptist Church because of Televised address by President Sadat

The President's Address at Notre Dame University, Indiana

The President's Address at Notre Dame University, Indiana

The President's Address to the Joint Session of Congress

Jimmy Carter - State of the Union Address

Jimmy Carter - State of the Union Address

The President's Address to the Joint Session of Congress

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