Collections Search

Reset filters

Subjects

People

Places

Events

Popular Culture

Life in the House

Classifications

Painting & Sculpture

Historical Artifacts

Photographs

Furniture & Decorative Arts

Prints & Drawings

Reset filters
Hide

Popular Culture: The Press

Dedicated to the important work of keeping citizens informed, the presence of the press in the Capitol is a long tradition. Beginning with a 19th century print showing reporters rushing to the telegraph office, the House Collection documents the work of the press alongside Congress.

Displaying 1–12 of 19 results

Sort: Title Date Most Recommended View: Grid List
“We Just Want a Flashlight of You” “We Just Want a Flashlight of You”
A Day in the Life of a Congresswoman A Day in the Life of a Congresswoman
As Congress Adjourned As Congress Adjourned
Jeannette Rankin - Leading Money Winning Trotter of the Grand Circuit Season Jeannette Rankin - Leading Money Winning Trotter of the Grand Circuit Season
Jerry Joseph O’Connell Jerry Joseph O’Connell
Joseph Gurney Cannon Joseph Gurney Cannon
Our Congressmen:  A Day in the House Our Congressmen: A Day in the House
Our First Congresswoman Our First Congresswoman
Press Gallery Pass Press Gallery Pass