Richard Bolling, parliamentarian Bill Brown, parliamentarian Pete Robinson and Don Edwards standing left to right at a Missouri Delegation Reception honoring Bolling in Washington, D.C. Bolling is shaking hands with Robinson.
John Bridges speaking at a Wayne Miner Housing Project meeting in Kansas City, Missouri. Sitting behind Bridges are Doris Durall (HUD), Ed King, Rev. Ben Ridpath, Dr. Clinton Wofferd, Vernetta Reams. Richard Bolling, and C.N. Rucker.
Richard Nixon speaking to Congress in Washington, D.C., after his trip to Moscow. Eliot Richardson, Tip O'Neill, John Mitchell, Thomas Eagleton, Walter Mondale, Edward Muskie, Hubert Humphrey, and Ted Kennedy are sitting in the chambers along with unidentified congressmen and reporters.
Richard Bolling, Jimmy Carter, Derek Bok, Leonard Goldenson from ABC, and Gerald Ford standing with unidentified people for a photo before a lunch at the "Voting for Democracy" Symposium in Washington, D.C. Everyone is smiling. Carter is standing second from left and Ford is standing second from right.
Jim Bolling, Sister Laurence, Robert Kennedy and Richard Bolling at Little Sisters of the Poor during Kennedy's campaign visit to Kansas City, Missouri. Bolling is standing on the left and speaking to an audience.
Richard Bolling talking with members of the press for a KCSD TV program in Washington, D.C., also broadcast on KCPT. Sitting left to right are John Pierson, with the Wall Street Journal; Mary Russell, with the Washington Post; Bolling; and Henry Clay Bold, with the Kansas City Star.
Richard Bolling sitting on a panel for MIT Center for International Studies Peace Games in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Bolling is sitting second from left with three unidentified men talking and writing in notebooks.
Richard Bolling speaking at the Mid-Continent Farmers Association (AKA Missouri Farmers Association) annual meeting in Columbia, Missouri. Bolling is standing at a podium in front of several unidentified people.
A meeting on budget reconciliation by the House Rules Committee (97th Congress) in Washington, D.C. Richard Bolling and all committee members are sitting at podium desks against the wall and in front of an unidentified cameraman.