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"Hill Pinup"
"Hill Pinup"
"Hill Pinup"
Linda Steele describes a 1960s Roll Call feature.
Linda Steele, Deputy Chief of Staff, Representative Bob Michel of Illinois
Hiring Women
Hiring Women
Hiring Women
The Honorable Sue Myrick recalls employing and promoting women whenever possible.
The Honorable Sue Myrick, U.S. Representative of North Carolina
Historical Milestones
Historical Milestones
Historical Milestones
Reflection of the significance of being the first African-American House Page to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives in the 20th century.
Frank Mitchell, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Honoring Ernest Petinaud
Honoring Ernest Petinaud
Honoring Ernest Petinaud
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois remembers when the House honored longtime House Restaurant employee, Ernest Petinaud.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
House Committee on the Judiciary
House Committee on the Judiciary
House Committee on the Judiciary
Detailed description of the House Committee on the Judiciary the morning of the attacks.
Patricia (Tish) Speed Schwartz, Chief Clerk/Administrator, House Committee on the Judiciary
House Dress Code
House Dress Code
House Dress Code
Linda Steele remembers how she dressed for work in the early 1960s.
Linda Steele, Deputy Chief of Staff, Representative Bob Michel of Illinois
House Floor on September 11th
House Floor on September 11th
House Floor on September 11th
Insight into the House proceedings the morning of the attacks.
Eve Butler-Gee, Journal Clerk, Office of the Clerk
House Page Responsibilities
House Page Responsibilities
House Page Responsibilities
Information on the duties and responsibilities of House Pages during the 1940s.
Joe Bartlett, Clerk to the Minority, U.S. House of Representatives
House Pages and Flight 93
House Pages and Flight 93
House Pages and Flight 93
Explanation of the link between the House Pages and the passengers on Flight 93.
Zack Stanton, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
House Pages Evacuate
House Pages Evacuate
House Pages Evacuate
Memories of House Pages on the morning of the attacks.
Tyler Rogers, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
House Pages Through the Years
House Pages Through the Years
House Pages Through the Years
For nearly 200 years, Pages shuttled bills, delivered messages, and tracked down Members of the U.S. House of Representatives. When they weren’t combing the Capitol campus, they went to school and explored the city. Watch as former Pages describe their day-to-day experiences on Capitol Hill during the 20th century, including their living arrangements, their education, and their many responsibilities. Included in this documentary are interviews with Pages who broke color and gender barriers, and Pages from different eras, including one who served in 1932.

Learn more about House Pages in the online exhibition History of the House Page Program.
House Radio-TV Superintendents
House Radio-TV Superintendents
House Radio-TV Superintendents
Recollections of the first two superintendents of the House Radio-TV Gallery.
Tina Tate, Director, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives