Bureau of Indian Affairs Commissioner Philleo Nash (left) shown with Health, Education, and Welfare employees during an awards ceremony.
President Harry S. Truman signs legislation providing for health programs for government employees. Standing behind Truman are (left to right): Dr. Thomas Parran, Surgeon General, Public Health Service; Harry B. Mitchell, President, Civil Service Commission; and Watson Miller, Administrator, Federal Security Administration.
An oversized 13" X 20" photo of individual signed portraits of the staff of John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury, presented on his fifth anniversary as Secretary of the Treasury. A oval shaped portrait of John Snyder is on the image, as well as the Treasury building. The photo is signed by John W. Snyder and the original is in the oversized file.
Harry S. Truman Library guards with Wayne Fellows and Mr. Hankins of the General Services Administration. From left to right: Edward Ingram, William Story, Mr. Hankins, Sam Overstreet, Wayne Fellows, Herbert Dunlap, Edward Smith, and Joe Harper, autographed by each man.
Dr. Roy V. Peel, Director of the United States Census Bureau (left) receives a trophy from the unidentified coach and chief of the sports organization as the victorious basketball club looks on. All others are unidentified.
Dr. Roy V. Peel, Director of the United States Census Bureau (center) is consulting with two colleagues, economist Dr. Louis H. Bean (left) and Dr. Bert M. Gross (right) as they work on the 1950 census.
Miss Nora Cronin (left) and Miss Helen B. White (right), secretaries to Dr. Roy V. Peel, Director of the United States Census Bureau work on Bureau matters.
Miss Helen B. White, Secretary to the Director of the United States Census Bureau, Dr. Roy V. Peel, answers the telephone while working in the office.
Miss Nora Cronin, secretary to Dr. Roy V. Peel, Director of the United States Census Bureau, works at her desk.
Census Bureau officials and the Secretary of Commerce meet with President Harry S. Truman to deliver the results of the 1950 population census. Seated, left to right: President Truman, Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer. Standing, left to right: Dr. Roy V. Peel, Director of the Census Bureau and Dr. A. Ross Eckler, Deputy Director of the Census.