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Access to the Capitol during the 1970s
The open environment in the Capitol Building in the 1970s.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Access to the Capitol during the 1970s
Access to the Capitol during the 1970s
Campaign to Become First Female Page
Felda Looper reflects on her first meeting with then Majority Whip Carl Albert of Oklahoma.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Campaign to Become First Female Page
Campaign to Become First Female Page
Cognizant of Making History
Reflections on the historical significance of being the first female House Page.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Cognizant of Making History
Cognizant of Making History
First Day as Page
Recollections of media attention and memories of Speaker of the House Carl Albert of Oklahoma.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
First Day as Page
First Day as Page
Memories of Fellow Pages and the Democratic Cloakroom
Descriptions of Felda Looper's fellow Pages and the Page school environment.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Memories of Fellow Pages and the Democratic Cloakroom
Memories of Fellow Pages and the Democratic Cloakroom
Reaction of Family and Traveling to the Capitol
Recollections of family life and an eventful trip to catch the plane to Washington, D.C.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Reaction of Family and Traveling to the Capitol
Reaction of Family and Traveling to the Capitol
Significance of Being the First Female Page for the House of Representatives
Reflections on the lifetime impact of the Page experience.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Significance of Being the First Female Page for the House of Representatives
Significance of Being the First Female Page for the House of Representatives