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My father, William Jefferson Blythe, 1944.Christian Louboutin Outlet.
My father and my mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, at the Palmer House Hotel, Chicago, 1946.hermes bracelet replica.
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Here I am in 1949. Above, far left: at my father's gravesite on the afternoon Mother left for nurse's training in New Orleans; above, center: in our backyard; above, right: posing for a photo for Mother's Day.cartier love bracelet replica.
My grandmother Edith Grisham Cassidy, 1949. She was a private duty nurse..cartier love ring replica.
My grandfather James Eldridge Cassidy (right) in his grocery store in Hope, Arkansas, 1946.cheap sexy prom dresses.
Miss Marie Purkins' School for Little Folks in Hope. I'm at the far left, with Vince Foster next to me and Mack McLarty in the back row..cartier love bracelet replica.
My great-grandfather Lem Grisham came to visit me in the hospital when I broke my leg, March 1952..Bvlgari rings fake.
With my great-uncle Buddy Grisham, one of the lights of my life, during my first presidential campaign.moncler outlet.
Daddy (my stepfather, Roger Clinton).Replica Christian Louboutin.
Mother and Daddy, 1965.cartier love bracelet replica.
Daddy and I at home in Hope, 1951.cartier love bracelet replica.
My brother, Roger, and I with Cora Walters, the wonderful woman who took care of us.cheap christian louboutin replica.
I'm in the front, right behind the photographer, as President John F. Kennedy addresses the Boys Nation delegates in the Rose Garden on July 24, 1963..cartier love bracelet replica.
David Leopoulos and I as emcees of the Hot Springs High School Band Variety Show, 1964
Mother, Roger, our dog Susie, and I in the snow at our Park Avenue house, 1961
At a picnic with friends, including Carolyn Yeldell, David Leopoulos, Ronnie Cecil, and Mary Jo Nelson
Frank Holt meeting and greeting in his shirtsleeves during his 1966 campaign for governor. (I'm in the light-colored suit.)
With my brother and my roommates at our graduation from Georgetown, 1968: (from left) Kit Ashby, Tommy Caplan, Jim Moore, and Tom Campbell
My Oxford roommates: Strobe Talbott (left) and Frank Aller. I'm in my bearded phase.
I surprised Mother by flying home for her wedding to Jeff Dwire, January 3, 1969. Reverend John Miles officiated, and I was best man. Roger's in the front.
With my mentor J. William Fulbright and his administrative assistant, Lee Williams, September 1989. During my Georgetown years, I was assistant clerk on Fulbright's Foreign Relations Committee.
Hillary and I with our Yale Law School Barristers Union classmates
Campaigning for George McGovern in San Antonio, Texas, 1972
Teaching at the University of Arkansas Law School, Fayetteville
With George Shelton, my campaign chairman, and F. H. Martin, treasurer. While they passed away before my presidency, their sons both served in my administration.
Campaigning with my gubernatorial predecessors Dale Bumpers and David Pryor
Campaigning for Congress, 1974
Our wedding day, October 11, 1975
Celebrating my thirty-second birthday during the campaign. Hillary is in dark glasses.
Addressing the Arkansas legislature after I was sworn in as governor, January 9, 1979
The youthful leaders of Arkansas, 1979: Secretary of State Paul Riviere, 31; State Senator Cliff Hoofman, 35; me, 32; State Auditor Jimmie Lou Fisher, 35; and Attorney General Steve Clark, 31
With Chelsea and Zeke
Hillary, Carolyn Huber, Emma Phillips, Chelsea, and Liza Ashley celebrate Liza's birthday in the Governor's Mansion in 1980.
With three of my strongest Arkansas supporters: Maurice Smith, Jim Pledger, and Bill Clark, 1998
Visiting Arkansas Delta Project leaders, with whom I worked to bring economic development to their region
Parents and students at the Governor's Mansion for High School Honors Day, celebrating the valedictorians and salutorians of Arkansas high schools
My workday at the Tosco plant
At the Sanyo Electric plant in Japan
Left to right: Henry Oliver; Gloria Cabe; Carol Rasco
At the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, during the governors' conference, 1984. I'm standing next to Minnie Pearl; Hillary is at the far left.
Dancing with Chelsea and with Hillary at the Governor's Inaugural Ball, January, 1991
With Dr. Billy Graham and my pastor, Dr. W. O. Vaught, fall 1989
With (clockwise, from left) Lottie Shackleford, Bobby Rush, Ernie Green, Carol Willis, Avis Lavelle, Bob Nash, and Rodney Slater at the National Democratic Convention, July 1992
The 1992 campaign
Tipper Gore took this picture of the huge crowd in Keene, New Hampshire
Campaigning in Stone Mountain, Georgia
Wall Street turns out for Hillary and me.
On the West Coast in 1992
Cinco de Mayo
Rally in Seattle
Greeting supporters in Los Angeles
At a prayer meeting after the Los Angeles riots
The Rodham family: (from left) Maria, Hugh, Dorothy, Hillary, and Tony. Hillary's father, Hugh, is seated.
The campaign team
The bus tour
Hillary and I, Tipper and Al Gore, President Jimmy Carter, and (at left) Habitat for Humanity founder Millard Fuller celebrate Tipper's and my joint birthday.
President George H. W. Bush, Ross Perot, and I at the University of Richmond debate
The Arsenio Hall Show
Election night, November 3, 1992
My first day as President-elect
At Carolyn Yeldell Staley's house: (front row) Mother, Thea Leopoulos; (second row) Bob Aspell, me, Hillary, Glenda Cooper, Linda Leopoulos; (top row) Carolyn Staley, David Leopoulos, Mauria Aspell, Mary Jo Rodgers, Jim French, Tommy Caplan, Phil Jamison, Dick Kelley, Kit Ashby, Tom Campbell, Bob Dangremond, Patrick Campbell, Susan Jamison, Gail and Randy Goodrum, Thaddeus Leopoulos, Amy Ashby, Jim and Jane Moore, Tom and Jude Campbell, Will Staley