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Image 1: '--but This Day, the Morning of the Fourth Inaugural, He Was Feeling Great' The young Navy Photographer's Mate, 2/c, had fun lining up this Roosevelt brood in the Oval Room upstairs just before the President emerged about the south Lawn to take the oath for the last time. 'Roosevelt was playing with the kids and having a marvelous time,' he recalls. 'He was completely relaxed.' Late Roosevelt Family Portrait -- Taken by an official U.S. Navy photographer at the special request of the President on the day of the inaugural ceremonies on Jan. 20, 1945, this group depicts Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt and their grandchildren on what was deemed to be the last family gathering before the Chief Executive died. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 2: 'Big Three' Resumes Sessions -- Prior to the resumption of 'Big Three' talks at Potsdam, President Truman, Generalissimo Stalin and Britain's new Prime Minister Clement Attlee pose for photographers on July 28. Shortly after this, the conference room was hurriedly cleared and the new 'Big Three' got down to business. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 3: 'Inches from foaming disaster, Jon Hamilton steers a plunging jet boat ['Wee Yellow'] up Vulcan [Lava Falls] Rapids, Grand Canyon's wickedest water. Here the current's maelstrom runs 20 miles an hour' ['Shooting Rapids in Reverse!', by William Belknap, Jr., 'National Geographic,' April, 1962]. [1 item] (1960-1962) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 4: 'The Logs' waterhole near Wildcat Ranch, Shivwits Plateau. [1 item] (1968) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Text 5: 1954 Outboard Motor Grand Canyon Run. [31 items] (1954) - Marston, Otis R.
Image 6: 1956 White Sands [Gypsum crystals flake off easily with a knife.] [1 item] (1956) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 7: A modern style Havasupai Indian house. All materials for structures such as this must be packed down a canyon trail on horses. Sandstone wall behind house rises 300 feet above the canyon floor. [1 item] (1940) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 8: ABOARD THE USS AUGUSTA ENROUTE TO ANTWERP The President is greeted by units of the British fleet upon his arrival in Europe. As a British destroyer passes in salute, its crew standing at attention topside, the President along with Secretary of State Byrnes (right) acknowledges the greeting with spontaneous waves. The crew rated their Commander-in-chief a 'Four-Oh' sailor. For his trip to the Big Three meeting with Churchill and Stalin, President Truman chose an 'old salt' of many historic occasions, the USS Augusta. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 9: Aboard the USS Augusta Enroute to Antwerp. The President lunches with Richard Stowell, Seaman, First Class, in the crew's mess. July 7-15, 1945. The Crew Rated Their Commander-in-Chief a 'Four-Oh' Sailor. For his trip to the Big Three meeting with Churchill and Stalin, President Truman chose an 'old salt' of many historic occasions, the USS Augusta. The Commander-in-Chief wasted little time in getting 'squared away' aboard the heavy cruiser. He was all over the ship, from bridge to engine room, making informal inspections. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-
Image 10: Aboard the USS Augusta Enroute to Antwerp. The President made a thorough but informal inspection of the USS AUGUSTA while enroute to the Big Three meeting. Here the Commander-in-Chief inspects the engine room. Explaining machinery to President Truman is Lt. Comdr. N.V. King, USNR, the ship's Engineering Officer. The Crew Rated Their Commander-in-Chief A 'Four-Oh' Sailor. For his trip to the Big Three meeting with Churchill and Stalin, President Truman chose an 'old salt' of many historic occasions, the USS Augusta. [1 item] (1945) - Belknap, Bill, 1920-

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