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Image of President Taft at the Soldiers Home - early 1900s

President Taft at the Soldiers Home - early 1900s

President William Howard Taft walking with dignitaries on the grounds of the Soldiers Home in Los Angeles. The site was officially called the National Home for Disabled Soldiers in Sawtelle, California.

Image of Airmen with President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

Airmen with President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

A line of Airmen stand in front of The Independence, a new plane being customized for President Harry Truman by Douglas Aircraft workers in Santa Monica. A modified Douglas DC-6, the presidential aircraft was scheduled for delivery shortly after July 1st.

Image of The Interior of President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

The Interior of President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

A CBS newsman speaks with two men aboard The Independence, a new plane being customized for President Harry Truman by Douglas Aircraft workers in Santa Monica. A modified Douglas DC-6, the presidential aircraft was scheduled for delivery shortly after July 1st. The presidential seal is visible on the desk where the men are seated.

Image of The Door to President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

The Door to President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

Lt. Meyers stands at the door of The Independence, a new plane being customized for President Harry Truman by Douglas Aircraft workers in Santa Monica. A modified Douglas DC-6, the presidential aircraft was scheduled for delivery shortly after July 1st. The accompanying article reads: "FLAGSHIP OF THE AIR - Lt. Col. Henry T. Myers, who will be commanding officer and chief pilot of new plane now being completed by Santa Monica Douglas workers for President Harry Truman, (looks) to President's seal, which has been inlaid in wood on entrance door to identify it as the Chief Executive's Pullman of the skies. To be delivered shortly after July 1, the modified DC-6 is to be known as "The Indepe

Image of The Interior of President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

The Interior of President Truman's Plane, 1947 - 1947/06/02

A female photographer sits talking on the telephone aboard The Independence, a new plane being customized for President Harry Truman by Douglas Aircraft workers in Santa Monica. A modified Douglas DC-6, the presidential aircraft was scheduled for delivery shortly after July 1st. The presidential seal is visible on the desk where the woman is seated.

Image of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Donald  W. Douglas at McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Company - undated

President Lyndon B. Johnson and Donald W. Douglas at McDonnell Douglas Aerospace Company - undated

President Lyndon Johnson, Donald W. Douglas, and two aerospace managers in front of I Saturn S-IVB Tank at the McDonnellDouglas Aerospace Company.

Image of President Gerald Ford - 1988/4/22

President Gerald Ford - 1988/4/22

Former President Gerald Ford meets with students from St. Matthew's Parish School in Pacific Palisades.

Image of President Gerald Ford - 1975/9/22

President Gerald Ford - 1975/9/22

President Gerald Ford at Pepperdine University.

Image of President Gerald Ford - 1975/10/30

President Gerald Ford - 1975/10/30

President Gerald Ford speaking in Century City.

Image of President Gerald Ford - 1976/5/25

President Gerald Ford - 1976/5/25

President Gerald Ford waves to members of the Greater Los Angeles Press Club, with Mayor Tom Bradley looking on.

Image of Presidents Gerald Ford & Ronald Reagan - 1976/10/8

Presidents Gerald Ford & Ronald Reagan - 1976/10/8

President Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan; Dolores Hope is in left background.

Image of Arnold Schwarzenegger & President George Bush - 1991/6/17

Arnold Schwarzenegger & President George Bush - 1991/6/17

Arnold Schwarzenegger is honored by the Simon Wiesenthal Center with the 1991 National Leadership Award at a gala dinner, including a tribute by President George Bush.

Image of The Press Awaiting President Kennedy, Santa Monica Beach - 1962

The Press Awaiting President Kennedy, Santa Monica Beach - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this visit, President Kennedy took his famous quick late afternoon dip in the Pacific Ocean to the delight of hundreds of beach goers.

Image of President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this stay, President Kennedy swam and relaxed poolside with Peter Lawford and others. The President is seen talking to his brother-in-law.

Image of President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this stay, President Kennedy swam and relaxed poolside with Peter Lawford and others. Here the President is engaging with an unidentified child around the swimming pool.

Image of President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this stay, President Kennedy swam and relaxed poolside with Peter Lawford and others. Here the President is engaging with an unidentified children around the swimming pool.

Image of President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this stay, President Kennedy swam and relaxed poolside with Peter Lawford and others.

Image of President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this stay, President Kennedy swam and relaxed poolside with Peter Lawford and others.

Image of President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this stay, President Kennedy swam and relaxed poolside with Peter Lawford and others.

Image of President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

President Kennedy at Lawford Beach Home - 1962

In August 1962, President John F. Kennedy came to Los Angeles for a day-and-a-half visit. He stayed at the Santa Monica beach home of his sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Peter Lawford. During this stay, President Kennedy swam and relaxed poolside with Peter Lawford and others.