National Geographic : 1964 Nov
ENGRAVINGFROMA PAINTINGBY FRANCIS B. CARPENTER,LIBRARYOF CONGRESS Lincoln's cabinet hears the Emancipation Procla mation. He expanded the powers of the Presidency. Cleveland tells 4-year-old Frank lin D. Roosevelt: "... I wish for you that you may never be President .... " HARVARDCOLLEGELIBRARY Theodore Roosevelt, a cousin of F. D. R., said of the Presidency: "Ripping, simply ripping!" Happy to be rid of the burdens of the White House, Taft smiles at Wilson's Inauguration. LIBRARYOF CONGRESS (ABOVE) AND WIDEWORLD WIDEWORLD F. D. R. in Galveston, 1937, meets a young Texan he will support for Congress: Lyndon B. Johnson, who became the 36th President. Serious steps at Camp David, Maryland. Kennedy (left) seeks Eisenhower's advice after the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in 1961.