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Media Photo Kit - First Lady Betty Ford

Page 3 of 4 (Photos 21-35 of 41)
Covering 1974-1977 (the White House Years)


Note: Additional photographs of Betty Ford as First Lady appear on
the White House photographs pages.

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Betty Ford hosts her first press conference as First Lady in the White House State Dining Room. September 4, 1975
Image: A0512-17A

Description: Betty Ford hosts her first press conference as First Lady in the White House State Dining Room.  September 4, 1974.

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First Lady Betty Ford makes remarks at a Candidate's Luncheon sponsored by Republican Women Power of Illinois.  The theme of the luncheon was “You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby!” Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IL, September 24, 1974.
Image: A0980-15

Description: First Lady Betty Ford makes remarks at a Candidate's Luncheon sponsored by Republican Women Power of Illinois.  The theme of the luncheon was “You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby!” Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, IL, September 24, 1974. 

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President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford read a petition, signed by all 100 members of the United States Senate, in the President's Suite at Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, MD
Image: A1170-18A

Description: President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford read a petition, signed by all 100 members of the United States Senate, in the President's Suite at Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, MD, following the First Lady's breast cancer surgery. October 2, 1974.

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President Gerald Ford and Betty Ford toss a football, a gift from Washington Redskins Coach George Allen, in the hallway near the Presidential Suite at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, MD
Image: A1201-21A

Description: President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford toss a football, a gift from Washington Redskins Coach George Allen, in the hallway near the Presidential Suite at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, MD, following the First Lady’s breast cancer surgery. October 4, 1974.

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First Lady Betty Ford congratulates the President upon his signing of an executive order establishing a National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year.  January 9, 1975
Image: A2723-18A

Description: First Lady Betty Ford congratulates President Gerald Ford upon his signing of an executive order establishing a National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year.  January 9, 1975

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First Lady Betty Ford sports a button expressing her support for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment while taking some personal time as President Ford plays in the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic Celebrities Golf Tournament.  Inverrary Country Club, Hollywood, Florida.   February 26, 1975.  Image: A3455-21A

Description: First Lady Betty Ford sports a button expressing her support for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment while taking some personal time as President Ford plays in the Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic Celebrities Golf Tournament, Hollywood, Florida.   February 26, 1975. 

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First Lady Betty Ford greets newly-arrived Vietnamese children at the Camp Pendleton Refugee Camp in California.  May 21, 1975.  Image: A4669-13

Description: First Lady Betty Ford greets newly-arrived Vietnamese children at the Camp Pendleton Refugee Camp in California.  May 21, 1975. 

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First Lady Betty Ford works at her desk in the East Wing, where a “Don’t Tread on Me” ERA doormat hangs from the front of her desk.  June 30, 1975.  Image: A5314-22

Description: First Lady Betty Ford works at her desk in the East Wing, where a “Don’t Tread on Me” Equal Rights Amendment doormat hangs from the front of her desk.  June 30, 1975. 

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First Lady Betty Ford participates in a CBS “60 Minutes” interview with Morley Safer.  White House Solarium, third floor of the residence.   July 21, 1975.
Image: A5611-34A

Description: First Lady Betty Ford participates in a CBS “60 Minutes” interview with Morley Safer.  July 21, 1975.  

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President Ford stands by as First Lady Betty Ford prepares to cut the birthday cake at the dedication ceremony for the Oklahoma State Fair Grounds’ Independence Arch and Constitution Fountain.  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  September 19, 1975.  Image: A6531-22

Description: President Ford stands by as First Lady Betty Ford prepares to cut the birthday cake at the dedication ceremony for the Oklahoma State Fair Grounds’ Independence Arch and Constitution Fountain. September 19, 1975. 

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First Lady Betty Ford makes remarks at the Greater Cleveland Congress of International Women’s Year (IWY). Cleveland Convention Center, Cleveland, Ohio.  October 23, 1975.  Image: A7012-06

Description: First Lady Betty Ford makes remarks at the Greater Cleveland Congress of International Women’s Year (IWY). Cleveland Convention Center, Cleveland, Ohio.  October 25, 1975. 

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First Lady Betty Ford answers questions from the press prior to touring the Guttman Institute for Early Detection of Breast Cancer.  New York, New York.   November 7, 1975. Image: A7230-10A

Description: First Lady Betty Ford answers questions from the press prior to touring the Guttman Institute for Early Detection of Breast Cancer, New York, New York.   November 7, 1975.

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On a campaign trip in Texas First Lady Betty Ford, aka “First Momma,” greets the crowd gathered at San Jacinto Battlefield Park for a Bicentennial celebration.  San Jacinto, Texas.  April 21, 1976. Image: A9339-20A

Description: On a campaign trip in Texas First Lady Betty Ford, aka “First Momma,” greets the crowd gathered at San Jacinto Battlefield Park for a Bicentennial celebration. April 21, 1976.

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First Lady Betty Ford offers a prayer for Jewish National Fund president Rabbi Maurice Sage who collapsed onstage from a heart attack just before presenting her with a Bible at the Fund’s gala dinner to inaugurate the American Bicentennial National Park in Israel.   June 22, 1976. Image: B0342-06A

Description:First Lady Betty Ford offers a prayer for Jewish National Fund president Rabbi Maurice Sage who collapsed onstage from a heart attack just before presenting her with a Bible at the Fund’s gala dinner to inaugurate the American Bicentennial National Park in Israel.   June 22, 1976.

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First Lady Betty Ford dances on the Cabinet Room table on the day before departing the White House upon the inauguration of President Jimmy Carter.   January 19, 1977.
Image: B2843-09A

Description: First Lady Betty Ford dances on the Cabinet Room table on the day before departing the White House upon the inauguration of President Jimmy Carter.   January 19, 1977. 

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