Carl Albert and Hubert Humphrey standing with three unidentified congressmen during a break from a Joint Economic Committee (94th Congress) meeting in Washington, D.C. Humphrey is smiling at an unidentified man who is leaning forward to shake his hand.
John F. Kennedy speaking at an event in Kansas City, Missouri. Caroline Kennedy, Barbara Bolling and several unidentified people are standing against a wall behind him. Caroline is on the far left and Bolling is third from left.
Richard Bolling with William Morris and Missouri State Senator Jasper M. Brancato at the Westside Democratic Club Barbeque in Kansas City, Missouri. Brancato is standing on the left, Morris is standing in the middle, and Bolling is standing on the right. All three are standing in a booth with a sign advertising palm reading.
Bill Leeds and Walt Bodine interview Adlai Stevenson possibly for WDAF. The three figures are pictured from approximately waist to head. Leeds (left) and Bodine (right) are in profile while Stevenson (center) appears in three quarter profile. Bodine looks down. He appears to be taking notes. Other reporters are in the background.
Walt Bodine (left) and Jean Glenn (right) interview Robert (Bobby) Kennedy. Kennedy and Glenn look in Bodine's direction who appears to be speaking into the microphone. The three figures are pictured from approximately chest to head with Bodine and Glenn in profile. Bodine looks down at a piece of paper before him. On the table there are microphones with the WDAF logo along with other broadcasting equipment. Kennedy smiles slightly, resting his hand on the table.
Walt Bodine (left) interviews Pierre Salinger. Both men are seated at a desk in an office with their backs to the camera. Their faces are in profile, and they are pictured from approximately waist to head. Salinger holds a cigar. On the desk is a notepad with Bodine's notes and several books. The men look at each other, in conversation.