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"She Was Very Active"
"She Was Very Active"
"She Was Very Active"
Jane Andrews Hinds remembers the several roles Elizabeth Andrews played as a mother, a member of the community, and the wife of a Congressman.
Jane Andrews Hinds, Daughter of the Honorable George and Elizabeth Andrews of Alabama
"She Wins, We Win," and the FBI
"She Wins, We Win," and the FBI
"She Wins, We Win," and the FBI
Congresswoman Schroeder wanted to accomplish several things with her campaign slogan, including communicating her stance on humanitarian rights and clearly stating her gender. Unexpectedly, it also prompted FBI surveillance of her 1972 campaign.
The Honorable Patricia Scott Schroeder, U.S. Representative of Colorado
Shooting in the House Chamber
Shooting in the House Chamber
Shooting in the House Chamber
Mike Michaelson recalls how he relayed the news of the shooting in the House Chamber.
Mike Michaelson, Superintendent, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
Short-term Effects of September 11th
Short-term Effects of September 11th
Short-term Effects of September 11th
Description of the effects of the attacks on the Institution.
Eve Butler-Gee, Journal Clerk, Office of the Clerk
Significance of Being the First Female Page for the 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
Reflections on the lifetime impact of the Page experience.
Felda Looper, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Significance of the First Woman Speaker
Significance of the First Woman Speaker
Significance of the First Woman Speaker
The Honorable Allyson Y. Schwartz discusses the importance of a woman serving as Speaker of the House.
The Honorable Allyson Y. Schwartz, U.S. Representative of Pennsylvania
Significant Committee Assignments
Significant Committee Assignments
Significant Committee Assignments
The Honorable Clarence J. Brown Jr. recounts his committee placements.
The Honorable Clarence J. Brown Jr., U.S. Representative of Ohio
Singing for Equal Access
Singing for Equal Access
Singing for Equal Access

The Honorable Mary Rose Oakar remembers when she and Representatives Barbara Boxer and Marcy Kaptur used music to make a case for equal access to the House Gym. 

The Honorable Mary Rose Oakar, U.S. Representative of Ohio
Singing in the House Chamber
Singing in the House Chamber
Singing in the House Chamber
Recollections of the frivolity on the House Floor before adjournment of the first session of the 84th Congress (1955–1957).
Bill Goodwin, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Singing in the Well
Singing in the Well
Singing in the Well
Memories of singing in the House Chamber with Representative Louis Rabaut of Michigan.
The Honorable John Dingell, Jr., U.S. Representative of Michigan and Son of Representative John Dingell, Sr., of Michigan
Smoke from the Pentagon
Smoke from the Pentagon
Smoke from the Pentagon
Detailed description of the period before the evacuation of the Capitol.
Brian Gaston, Director of Policy, Representative Richard K. Armey of Texas
"So, I Just Decided to Run"
"So, I Just Decided to Run"
"So, I Just Decided to Run"
The Honorable Elizabeth J. Patterson explains how she decided to run for Congress in 1986.
The Honorable Elizabeth J. Patterson, U.S. Representative of South Carolina