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 sitting on a couch (second from left) in Washington, D.C., with family. Standing in the back, left to right, are Jimmy Akin and John Akin. Sitting on the couch, left to right, are Andrea Bolling, Richard, Jim Bolling, and Florence Easton Bolling.
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.
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.
Jim Bolling speaking with Esther Eisenstadt, a Russian Jew recently granted a visa, for a KCSD TV program in Washington, D.C. Bolling is sitting on the left, looking down. Eisenstadt is sitting on the right, holding both hands on the desk.
Richard Bolling with Jim Bolling and an unidentified woman and man in a hotel lobby in Kansas City, Missouri. Jim is standing far left and Richard is standing second from left, talking while holding out one hand.
Jim Bolling and her son, John Akin, with a colt during a trip to Chincoteague Island, Virginia. Akin is petting the horse's mane while Bolling looks down and smiles. Both are standing under a tent with other tourists in the background.
Richard Bolling speaking with Eleonore Schreider, Presidium of Berlin House of Representatives; Jim Bolling; Martha Griffiths, congresswoman from Detroit; and Griffiths's husband at a reception in West Berlin, West Germany, during a trip by the Urban Affairs subcommittee of the Congressional Joint Economic Committee.
House Speaker Carl Albert shaking hands with Jim Bolling during Albert's birthday party in Washington, D.C. Richard Bolling is standing in back, to the left of Albert, holding a book and smiling. A group of unidentified guests are standing around the room.