Childhood memories of an opening day of Congress.
Kathy Gille describes how the questions related to workplace attire posed new challenges for women during her career.
Rochelle Dornatt recalls pay inequities in the workplace.
Jeffrey Oshins explains his route to becoming a House Page during the summer of 1965.
Reflection on what it meant to be the first African-American woman on the Capitol Police Force.
The Honorable Nancy Lee Johnson recalls campaign decorum in 1982.
The Honorable Eva M. Clayton discusses the role of gender when running for elective office.
Institutional role of the House Radio-TV Gallery in broadcasting the Opening Day of a new Congress.
History, Art & Archives, U.S. House of Representatives, “Multimedia,” http://history.house.gov/Media
(January 19, 2018)
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