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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"
"Beginning of My Career"

Roger Addison outlines some of the responsibilities he held when he moved furniture for the House.

Roger Addison, Registration and Compliance Clerk, Office of the Clerk
"Beginning of My Career"
"Beginning of My Career"
Behind the Scenes
Patricia Schwartz describes planning for future emergency situations at the Capitol.
Patricia (Tish) Speed Schwartz, Chief Clerk/Administrator, House Committee on the Judiciary
Behind the Scenes
Behind the Scenes
Being a Caseworker
Jennice Fuentes describes her experience as a caseworker in Resident Commissioner Jaime Fuster's office and what it revealed about her personality.
Jennice Fuentes, Chief of Staff, Representative Luis Gutiérrez of Illinois
Being a Caseworker
Being a Caseworker
Being a Member of Congress with Young Children
The Honorable Patricia Scott Schroeder describes the difficulty of maintaining professionalism while traveling with her young children.
The Honorable Patricia Scott Schroeder, U.S. Representative of Colorado
Being a Member of Congress with Young Children
Being a Member of Congress with Young Children
"Being a Pioneer"
James Johnson describes the responsibility that comes with being a career pioneer.
James Johnson, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
"Being a Pioneer"
"Being a Pioneer"
Being a Working Mother
Betsy Wright Hawkings describes the difficulties of building a career as a working mother.
Betsy Wright Hawkings, Chief of Staff, Representative Christopher Shays of Connecticut
Being a Working Mother
Being a Working Mother
Being Observant
Kathy Gille reflects on the added pressure on women in the workplace and the way this environment forced her to develop important observational skills.
Kathy Gille, Executive Floor Assistant, Representative David Bonior of Michigan
Being Observant
Being Observant
Bipartisanship after September 11th
Brian Gunderson describes the bipartisanship in the House in the days and weeks after the attacks.
Brian Gunderson, Chief of Staff, Representative Richard K. Armey of Texas
Bipartisanship after September 11th
Bipartisanship after September 11th
Bipartisanship in Practice
Betsy Wright Hawkings describes the importance of a strategic approach to bipartisanship.
Betsy Wright Hawkings, Chief of Staff, Representative Christopher Shays of Connecticut
Bipartisanship in Practice
Bipartisanship in Practice
Blocked Bill
Michael R. Lemov recalls his colleague Joe Miller explaining why the Consumer Product Safety Act was held in the House Rules Committee in 1972.
Michael R. Lemov, Chief Counsel, Investigations Subcommittee, House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
Blocked Bill
Blocked Bill
Bloody Sunday
The Honorable John R. Lewis recounts what took place on March 7, 1965, in Selma, Alabama.
The Honorable John R. Lewis, U.S. Representative of Georgia
Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday