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Secure Location
Secure Location
Secure Location
Detailed account of the secure location used by House and Senate leaders.
John Feehery, Press Secretary, Speaker of the House J, Dennis Hastert of Illinois
Securing the Capitol after the Attacks
Securing the Capitol after the Attacks
Securing the Capitol after the Attacks
Personal account of how the Capitol was secured after the attacks on September 11th.
James Varey, Chief, U.S. Capitol Police
Security Changes
Security Changes
Security Changes
Lasting effects of September 11th on security at the Capitol.
Steve Elmendorf, Chief of Staff, Representative Richard A. Gephardt of Missouri
Security During World War II
Security During World War II
Security During World War II
Discussion of the increased police presence on Capitol Hill during the early years of World War II.
Joe Bartlett, Clerk to the Minority, U.S. House of Representatives
Segregated City
Segregated City
Segregated City
Representative Kanjorski shares his memories of segregation in the South while he was a Page.
The Honorable Paul E. Kanjorski, U.S. Representative of Pennsylvania
Segregation in Washington, DC
Segregation in Washington, DC
Segregation in Washington, DC
Ronald W. Lasch recalls the segregated city of Washington, DC, in 1958.
Ronald W. Lasch, Republican Floor Assistant and Minority Postmaster
Selecting an African-American Page from the Land of Lincoln
Selecting an African-American Page from the Land of Lincoln
Selecting an African-American Page from the Land of Lincoln
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois describes how Frank Mitchell became a House Page.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
Selecting an Artist
Selecting an Artist
Selecting an Artist
Representative Dellums recalls the process of choosing an artist for his portrait.
The Honorable Ronald V. Dellums, U.S. Representative of California
Selma Galvanizes the Nation
Selma Galvanizes the Nation
Selma Galvanizes the Nation
How the violence in Selma changed the course of American history.
The Honorable John Dingell, Jr., U.S. Representative of Michigan and Son of Representative John Dingell, Sr., of Michigan
Selma's Impact on the Alabama Delegation
Selma's Impact on the Alabama Delegation
Selma's Impact on the Alabama Delegation
How Selma changed the political landscape of Alabama.
The Honorable William Jackson (Jack) Edwards, U.S. Representative of Alabama
Senate Page for a Week
Senate Page for a Week
Senate Page for a Week
Joseph Hillings remembers volunteering to be a Senate Page during recess in the 83rd Congress (1953-1955).
Joseph Hillings, Assistant Journal Clerk for the Minority
Sending Members to the Capitol Police Headquarters
Sending Members to the Capitol Police Headquarters
Sending Members to the Capitol Police Headquarters
The Capitol Police Headquarters on September 11th.
Jim Rohan, Deputy Chief of Police, U.S. Capitol Police