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A Bottle of Coke
A Bottle of Coke
A Bottle of Coke
Charles Marston remembers a close encounter with President Harry S. Truman.
Charles Marston, Assistant Superintendent, House Press Gallery
An Unforgettable Day
An Unforgettable Day
An Unforgettable Day
Charles Marston recalls how he warned others about the violence in the House Chamber on March 1, 1954.
Charles Marston, Assistant Superintendent, House Press Gallery
Fireplaces in the Press Gallery
Fireplaces in the Press Gallery
Fireplaces in the Press Gallery
Charles Marston describes the fireplaces used in the House Press Gallery during his tenure on the Hill.
Charles Marston, Assistant Superintendent, House Press Gallery
Fond Memories of Working the Elevator
Fond Memories of Working the Elevator
Fond Memories of Working the Elevator
Charles Marston explains why he enjoyed his work as an elevator operator.
Charles Marston, Assistant Superintendent, House Press Gallery
Inside the Cloakroom
Inside the Cloakroom
Inside the Cloakroom
Charles Marston shares his memories of the Republican Cloakroom and the popular food service.
Charles Marston, Assistant Superintendent, House Press Gallery
Teletyping in the House Press Gallery
Teletyping in the House Press Gallery
Teletyping in the House Press Gallery
Charles Marston describes how reporters used teletype machines when he worked in the House Press Gallery.
Charles Marston, Assistant Superintendent, House Press Gallery
"Welfare of the Press"
"Welfare of the Press"
"Welfare of the Press"
Charles Marston recalls how he helped the press cover Congress.
Charles Marston, Assistant Superintendent, House Press Gallery