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Change Is Coming
Change Is Coming
Change Is Coming
Reflections on the changing southern attitudes towards civil rights legislation.
George Andrews III, Page, U.S. House of Representatives, and Son of Representatives George and Elizabeth Andrews of Alabama
Changes to Security
Changes to Security
Changes to Security
Reflections on how the attacks of September 11th changed security at the Capitol.
John Stopher, Professional Staff Member, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Technical and Tactical Intelligence
Changing Nature of the Chaplaincy
Changing Nature of the Chaplaincy
Changing Nature of the Chaplaincy
Insight into the changing role of the House Chaplain after September 11th.
Reverend Daniel Coughlin, Chaplain, U.S. House of Representatives
Changing Role of Congressional Staff
Changing Role of Congressional Staff
Changing Role of Congressional Staff
Description of the changing role of congressional staff after the attacks.
Brett Heimov, Administrative Assistant, Representative Jerrold L. Nadler of New York
Chaos
Chaos
Chaos
Outside the Capitol after the evacuation on September 11th.
Jim Mills, Senior Capitol Hill Producer, Fox News Channel
Clerical Pool
Clerical Pool
Clerical Pool
Patricia Schwartz recalls the responsibilities of the clerical pool for the House Science Committee in the early 1970s.
Patricia (Tish) Speed Schwartz, Chief Clerk/Administrator, House Committee on the Judiciary
Close Call
Close Call
Close Call
Mike Michaelson recalls his good fortune on March 1, 1954.
Mike Michaelson, Superintendent, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
Close Relationship Between the House Radio-TV Gallery and the House Parliamentarians
Close Relationship Between the House Radio-TV Gallery and the House Parliamentarians
Close Relationship Between the House Radio-TV Gallery and the House Parliamentarians
Insight on the relationship between the House Radio-TV Gallery and the House Parliamentarians, as well as the growing volume of information about the House available to staff and the press.
Tina Tate, Directory, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
Code Red
Code Red
Code Red
Recollections of the Capitol Police response to the attacks on September 11th.
Arva Marie Johnson, Capitol Police Officer, U.S. Capitol Police
Cognizant of Making History
Cognizant of Making History
Cognizant of Making History
Reflections on the historical significance of being the first female House Page.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Collegiality and Respect
Collegiality and Respect
Collegiality and Respect
Recollections of collegiality among Members.
Patricia (Tish) Speed Schwartz, Chief Clerk/Administrator, House Committee on the Judiciary
Collegiality in the House
Collegiality in the House
Collegiality in the House
Remembering an era of collegiality and camaraderie in the House.
George W. Andrews III, Page, U.S. House of Representatives, and Son of Representatives George and Elizabeth Andrews of Alabama.