General Records of the Department of the Treasury. 1775 - 2005. Photographs of U.S. Presidents, Department Officials and Personalities, and Facilities

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United States. Department of the Treasury. Photographs of U.S. Presidents, Department Officials and Personalities, and Facilities, 1949-1995

General Records of the Department of the Treasury. 1775 - 2005. Photographs of U.S. Presidents, Department Officials and Personalities, and Facilities

1949-1995

This series consists primarily of photographs of U.S. Presidents and of Secretaries of the Treasury and other top Treasury officials. Also included are photographs documenting Treasury building renovations during the 1980's and activities at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and pictures of currency, works of art in the Treasury building, the Treasury flag, agency seals, and famous individuals. Within the series are formal portraits and informal photographs of Presidents Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, Franklin Roosevelt, and Harry Truman. A few presidential wives are also pictured. In addition, there are photographs of Secretaries of the Treasury Robert Rubin, Lloyd Bentsen, Nicholas Brady, James Baker, Donald Regan, W. Michael Blumenthal, William Simon, George Schultz, John Connally, Henry Fowler, C. Douglas Dillon, George Humphrey, and John Snyder. Other notables pictured in this series include Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, U.S. Senator Phil Gramm, Treasurer of the United States Ivy Baker Priest, and Olympic athlete Carl Lewis.

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Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994

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Fowler, Henry H., 1908-2000

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