Gerald R. Ford Centennial

Gerald R. Ford is sworn in as the 38th President of the United States by Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger, in the East Room of the White House, August 9, 1974.

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: A0004-10, National Archives Identifier: 6923692.

Just moments after this photo was taken, President Ford informally concluded the Vladivostok summit by giving his wolfskin coat to Secretary Brezhnev on the tarmac at Vozdvizhenka  Airport, USSR.  November 24, 1974.

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: A2097-26, National Archives Identifier: 7062568.

President Ford addresses the nation on the State of the Union. January 15, 1975.

Gerald R. Ford. Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: A2789-08A, National Archives Identifier: 7062569.

President Ford addresses the 63rd Annual Meeting of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at Constitution Hall. April 28, 1975.

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: A4228-6A, National Archives Identifier: 7062570.

President Ford excused himself from a White House dinner for Netherlands’ Prime Minister Johannes den Uyl to take a phone call about plans to retake the S.S. Mayaguez and its crew. May 14, 1975.

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: A4545-24A, National Archives Identifier: 186856.

President Ford at work in the Oval Office, January 27, 1976. On this day he met with and hosted a state dinner for Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel.

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: A8064-10A, National Archives Identifier: 6829608.

President Ford speaks at Independence Hall in a ceremonial event to mark the nation’s Bicentennial.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.   July 4, 1976.

Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: B0513-07A, National Archives Identifier: 7062571.

Listen to President Ford's Fourth of July bicentennial message. [.wav | .mp3]

President Ford and Queen Elizabeth dance during the state dinner in honor of the Queen and Prince Philip at the White House. July 7, 1976.

Gerald R. Ford, Jr. Presidential Library and Museum Identifier: B0570-24, National Archives Identifier: 6923701.

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