Richard Bolling on Mt. Scopus standing next to a plaque for the Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace during a visit by the Urban Affairs subcommittee of the Congressional Joint Economic Committee to Israel. Bolling is reading the sign and holding his hands at his side.
John Millett, Paul Douglas, George Aiken, Gerald Ford and Richard Bolling standing left to right, holding awards, at a Distinguished Service Awards ceremony for the American Political Science Association in St. Louis, Missouri.
Richard Bolling signing his autograph for an unidentified woman at a Central Labor Council meeting in Washington, D.C. The woman is handing a book to Bolling who is sitting at a table and holding his hand out. Several unidentified people are standing beside and behind the woman.
Richard Bolling speaking to committee members sitting around a table during a meeting of the Joint Economic Committee (95th Congress) in Washington, D.C. Bolling is on the right, leaning forward and extending his arm outward. Unidentified press and staff are sitting in the back of the room.
Richard and Jim Bolling visiting the Harry S. Truman Laboratory at Kansas City General Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. Lab director Dr. John D. Arnold and his wife Lois Arnold are standing behind Richard and Jim. Richard is pointing at controls on an electron microscope.
Richard Bolling giving media representatives his response to Ronald Reagan's Budget Message in Bolling's office in Washington, D.C. Bolling is standing in front of a television camera and several unidentified reporters.
Richard Bolling speaking with Robert R. Wheeler and Sidney Marland, Jr. after Wheeler had just been sworn in as Associate Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education in Washington, D.C. Bolling is standing on the left, looking at Wheeler. Marland is standing on the right, also looking at Wheeler.
Richard Bolling speaking to committee members sitting around a table during a meeting of the Joint Economic Committee (95th Congress) in Washington, D.C. Bolling is on the right, leaning forward and holding a piece of paper.
Jim Bolling, Sister Laurence, and Robert Kennedy sitting while Richard Bolling speaks at Little Sisters of the Poor during Kennedy's campaign visit to Kansas City, Missouri. Kennedy is looking down and holding a microphone.