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"Before Today's Technology"
Mary Ellen Atkins describes using a mimeograph machine in her first job.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
"Before Today's Technology"
"Before Today's Technology"
Congressman Le Compte's Office: Part One
Mary Ellen Atkins remembers the physical layout of the office where she worked.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
Congressman Le Compte's Office: Part One
Congressman Le Compte's Office: Part One
Congressman Le Compte's Office: Part Two
Mary Ellen Atkins compares the modern Longworth House Office Building to when she worked there in 1940s.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
Congressman Le Compte's Office: Part Two
Congressman Le Compte's Office: Part Two
Dancing with Officers
Mary Ellen Atkins describes entertainment provided for the residents of Scott's Hotel.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
Dancing with Officers
Dancing with Officers
From the Winning Typing Team to Congress
Mary Ellen Atkins recalls her unique path to Washington, D.C.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
From the Winning Typing Team to Congress
From the Winning Typing Team to Congress
Scott's Hotel
Mary Ellen Atkins remembers finding a place to live in Washington, D.C., in the early 1940s.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
Scott's Hotel
Scott's Hotel
Secretary's Responsibilities
Mary Ellen Atkins describes her daily tasks as a congressional secretary in the 1940s.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
Secretary's Responsibilities
Secretary's Responsibilities
"Turn on Your Radios! The President Has Died!"
Mary Ellen Atkins remembers when President Franklin D. Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945.
Mary Ellen Atkins, Secretary, Representative Karl Le Compte of Iowa
"Turn on Your Radios! The President Has Died!"
"Turn on Your Radios! The President Has Died!"