Photographs Relating to the Secretary's Trips, Speeches, and Other Functions, and Agency Officials, Events, and Managed Sites

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Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior. Photographs Relating to the Secretary's Trips, Speeches, and Other Functions, and Agency Officials, Events, and Managed Sites. 2002-2013.

Photographs Relating to the Secretary's Trips, Speeches, and Other Functions, and Agency Officials, Events, and Managed Sites

2002-2013

This series encompasses the sequence of digital photographic assignments compiled at Interior headquarters largely during the tenures of Secretary Dirk Kempthorne (June 2006-January 2009) and Secretary Ken Salazar (January 2009-April 2013), with a minority of coverages from the brief tenure of Acting Secretary P. Lynn Scarlett (April-May 2006) and a yet smaller group from the final months (September 2005-March 2006) of Secretary Gale Norton's tenure.

189,681 digital image files ; 4 Photograph Box, 4 x 5 Shoe

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