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Photojournalism and the American Presidency - Reading America's Photos
Photojournalism and the American Presidency - Reading America's Photos
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William J. Clinton, Forty-Second President
President Clinton embraces his wife, Hillary, and his daughter, Chelsea., © Dirck Halstead, UT Center for American History

Photograph by: Dirck Halstead, 1996
President Clinton embraces his wife, Hillary, and his daughter, Chelsea, at the 1996 Democratic Convention. Clinton would go on to win re-election with 70 percent of the electoral vote.
Did you know?
Every Democratic president in the twentieth century had at least one daughter. The spotlight shone on Chelsea Clinton as she grew up in the White House—just as it had for the most recent young presidential daughter before her, Amy Carter.
See also:
Hillary Rodham Clinton
 
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President-elect Clinton and Vice-President-elect Gore at a rallyPresident Bill Clinton at his first inaugural addressPresident Clinton at the White House Easter Egg Roll
President Clinton with John F. Kennedy, Jr., Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg and Jacqueline Kennedy OnassisPresident Clinton signs a bill.President Clinton embraces his wife, Hillary, and his daughter, Chelsea.
President Clinton works aboard Air Force One.President Clinton prepares to speak in  Ghana.President Clinton walks solemnly into the White House.
President Clinton, Hillary Clinton and Vice President Al GorePresident Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham ClintonPresident Clinton greets Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin's widow, Leah.
President Clinton speaks in Beverly Hills.President-elect Bush visits President Clinton in the White House.President Clinton heads for the plane on his last day.

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