Photograph Contact Sheets from January 8-9, 2001

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Photograph Contact Sheets from January 8-9, 2001


Photographs for January 8, 2001 are as follows:
Departing New York and arriving at Andrews Air Force Base
Attending the rededication of the AFL-CIO building in Washington, DC.
Presidential Citizens Medal ceremony on the South Lawn
Group photo with the Council of Economic Advisors office on the Grand Foyer at the White House
Oval Office phone call to Prime Minister Ehud Barak of Israel
Greeting Governor John Y. Brown and family from Kentucky in the Oval Office
Greeting the Mounted U.S. Park Police in the Oval Office
Greeting the Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board in the Oval Office
Greeting departing military personnel assigned to the White House in the Oval Office
Meeting and greeting departing U.S. Secret Service agents and their families in the Oval Office
Addressing staff at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington, DC.

Photographs for January 9, 2001 are as follows:
Group photo with the U.S. Secret Service uniformed division on the South Portico
Meeting with Qatari Foreign Minister Hamid-bin Jassim Al-Thani in Sandy Berger's office
Sandy Berger participating in an awards ceremony for NSC staff in the Roosevelt Room
Departing for East Lansing, MI. and arriving in East Lansing, MI.
Remarks to the people of East Lansing at Michigan State University
Arriving at Meigs Field, Chicago, IL.
Addressing the people of Chicago at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago
Addressing the James Ward Elementary school in Chicago.
Reception at Restaurant 437 in Chicago

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White House Photograph Office, “Photograph Contact Sheets from January 8-9, 2001,” Clinton Digital Library, accessed October 3, 2022,