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Photojournalism and the American Presidency - Reading America's Photos
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Gerald Ford, Thirty-Eighth President
House Minority Leader Ford enjoys a quiet moment in his office.,  David Hume Kennerly, UT Center for American History

Photograph by: David Hume Kennerly, 1973
House Minority Leader Ford enjoys a quiet moment in his office on October 12, 1973. That evening he would be named as President Nixon's choice to replace Spiro Agnew as vice president.
 
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House Minority Leader Ford enjoys a quiet moment in his office.President Ford and his wife, Betty with three of their four children:  Steve, Jack and Susan.President Ford in the Oval Office
French President Giscard d'Estang and President Ford at the White House.President Ford visits his wife at Bethesda Naval Hospital after her mastectomy.President Ford and a geisha play a traditional Japanese game.
President Ford meets with Soviet General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev. President Ford during a swimPresident Ford meets with the National Security Council.
President Ford falls leaving Air Force One.President Ford contemplates his response during a debate with Jimmy Carter.President Ford dances with Queen Elizabeth.
Kansas Senator Bob Dole shares a laugh with President Ford.President Ford takes a spin in a convertible with John Wayne.President Ford concedes his defeat to former Georgia governor Jimmy Carter.

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