Photo, Print, Drawing [People file photographs from the CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection (CQ portion)]

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Title
[People file photographs from the CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection (CQ portion)]
Summary
Photographs include images used in Congressional Quarterly publications showing six groups of people: members of Congress, other individuals such as business, government and world leaders; presidents, Supreme Court justices, cabinet secretaries, and governors. Many of the photographs are portraits, while others show the individuals engaged in activities. Most of the photographs members of the U.S. Congress including Bill Archer (R-TX), Joe Biden (D-DE), Robert Dole (R-KS), Gary Franks (R-CT), Newt Gingrich (R-GA), Barbara Jordan (D-TX) at the 1992 Democratic National Convention, John Kaisich (R-OH), Bob Livingston (R-LA), Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), Juanita Millender McDonald (D-CA), Susan Molinari (R-NY), Patrick Moynihan (D-NY), Dan Quayle (R-IN), Bill Richardson (D-NM), Pat Schroeder, (D-CO), John Warner (R-VA), Bob Wise (D-WV) and many others. Also included are other individuals such as UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, labor leaders Richard Hugh (UAW) and John Sweeney (AFL-CIO); businessmen Malcolm S. Forbes Jr. and Lee Iacocca; diplomat Richard Holbrooke, lawyer Webster Hubbell, New York mayor Edward Koch, politician and businessman Ross Perot, Polish leader Lech Walsea and Fahd, King of Saudi Arabia; and others. Also depicted are presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton (and Hillary Clinton), and George W. Bush. A few images of Andrew Jackson, Lyndon Johnson, Abraham Lincoln, Richard Nixon and Theodore Roosevelt are also found. Supreme Court justices shown are Harry Blackmun, Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Oliver Wendell Holmes, William Rehnquist, Antonin Scalia, David Souter, John Paul Stevens and Clarence Thomas. Several group portraits of the court in 1937 (copy photo), 1981, 1985, 1992, 1997 are also found. Cabinet secretaries depicted include Madeleine Albright, Dick Cheney, Henry Cisneros, Robert Gates, Henry Kissinger, Janet Reno and others. Governors include Jim Edgar (IL), Kirk Fordice (MS), Parris Glendening (MD), Bill Graves (KS), Mike Huckabee (AR) , James, Fob (AL), Gary Johnson (NM), Angus King (ME), Frank O'Bannon (IN), and Tom Ridge (PA).
Contributor Names
Congressional Quarterly, inc.
Created / Published
[ca. 1960-ca. 2000]
Subject Headings
-  United States.--Congress--People--1960-2000
-  Supreme Court justices--Washington (D.C.)--1960-2000
-  Legislators--Washington (D.C.)--1960-2000
-  Governors--United States--1960-2000
-  Presidents--United States--1960-2000
-  Cabinet officers--Washington (D.C.)--1960-2000
Format Headings
Dye coupler prints--Color--1960-2000.
Gelatin silver prints--1960-2000.
Slides--Color--1970-2000.
Genre
Gelatin silver prints--1960-2000
Dye coupler prints--Color--1960-2000
Slides--Color--1970-2000
Notes
-  Arrangement: Photographs are arranged in seven subdivisions: -1 Congress, -2 People (General), -3 Presidents, -4 Supreme Court, -5 Cabinet Secretaries, -6 Governors and -7 Oversize Presidents. Within each subdivision, folders are arranged alphabetically by last name. The arrangement reflects the original order created by Congressional Quarterly (CQ).
-  LOT title devised by Library staff.
-  Most of the photographs were taken by CQ staff photographers including R. Michael Jenkins, Scott J. Ferrell, Kathleen R. Beall, Douglas Graham, Mary Iuvone and Nathaniel Harari. Other photographs are credited to official White House photographers, AP Wide World Photos, the Supreme Court Historical Society, the Smithsonian Institution, government agencies and photograph studios.
-  Most photographs have captions. Some photographs also have CQ labels with dates of publication noted.
-  Also includes a few color slides and computer printouts of images.
-  Forms part of the CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection.
-  Some photographs may have corresponding contact sheets and negatives.
-  Container list: CQ portion: People File photographs from the CQ Roll Call Collection
-  Gift; CQ Roll Call; 2011 (DLC/PP-2011:177).
Medium
1221 items (chiefly photographic prints) : gelatin silver and dye coupler ; 23 x 36 cm or smaller
Call Number/Physical Location
LOT 15025 (F) [P&P]
Repository
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
Library of Congress Control Number
2018651508
Rights Advisory
No known restrictions on work by staff photographers. Other material may be restricted by copyright, or privacy and publicity rights. For information see: "CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection" https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/683_cqrc.html
Language
English
Online Format
image
Description
1221 items (chiefly photographic prints) : gelatin silver and dye coupler ; 23 x 36 cm or smaller | Photographs include images used in Congressional Quarterly publications showing six groups of people: members of Congress, other individuals such as business, government and world leaders; presidents, Supreme Court justices, cabinet secretaries, and governors. Many of the photographs are portraits, while others show the individuals engaged in activities. Most of the photographs members of the U.S. Congress including Bill Archer (R-TX), Joe Biden (D-DE), Robert Dole (R-KS), Gary Franks (R-CT), Newt Gingrich (R-GA), Barbara Jordan (D-TX) at the 1992 Democratic National Convention, John Kaisich (R-OH), Bob Livingston (R-LA), Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), Juanita Millender McDonald (D-CA), Susan Molinari (R-NY), Patrick Moynihan (D-NY), Dan Quayle (R-IN), Bill Richardson (D-NM), Pat Schroeder, (D-CO), John Warner (R-VA), Bob Wise (D-WV) and many others. Also included are other individuals such as UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, labor leaders Richard Hugh (UAW) and John Sweeney (AFL-CIO); businessmen Malcolm S. Forbes Jr. and Lee Iacocca; diplomat Richard Holbrooke, lawyer Webster Hubbell, New York mayor Edward Koch, politician and businessman Ross Perot, Polish leader Lech Walsea and Fahd, King of Saudi Arabia; and others. Also depicted are presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton (and Hillary Clinton), and George W. Bush. A few images of Andrew Jackson, Lyndon Johnson, Abraham Lincoln, Richard Nixon and Theodore Roosevelt are also found. Supreme Court justices shown are Harry Blackmun, Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Oliver Wendell Holmes, William Rehnquist, Antonin Scalia, David Souter, John Paul Stevens and Clarence Thomas. Several group portraits of the court in 1937 (copy photo), 1981, 1985, 1992, 1997 are also found. Cabinet secretaries depicted include Madeleine Albright, Dick Cheney, Henry Cisneros, Robert Gates, Henry Kissinger, Janet Reno and others. Governors include Jim Edgar (IL), Kirk Fordice (MS), Parris Glendening (MD), Bill Graves (KS), Mike Huckabee (AR) , James, Fob (AL), Gary Johnson (NM), Angus King (ME), Frank O'Bannon (IN), and Tom Ridge (PA).
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  • Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on work by staff photographers. Other material may be restricted by copyright, or privacy and publicity rights. For information see: "CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection" https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/683_cqrc.html
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  • Call Number: LOT 15025 (F) [P&P]
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Congressional Quarterly, Inc. People file photographs from the CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection CQ portion. United States Washington D.C, None. [ca. 1960-ca. 2000] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018651508/.

APA citation style:

Congressional Quarterly, I. People file photographs from the CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection CQ portion. United States Washington D.C, None. [ca. 1960-ca. 2000] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018651508/.

MLA citation style:

Congressional Quarterly, Inc. People file photographs from the CQ Roll Call Photograph Collection CQ portion. [ca. 1960-ca. 2000] Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018651508/>.

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