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This photograph shows members of the press preparing to hear remarks from Bill Moyers, White House press secretary under President Lyndon B. Johnson, regarding the ceremony naming Arthur J. Goldberg the ambassador to the United Nations. In 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson persuaded Goldberg to step down from his position as an associate justice of the Supreme Court and succeed Adlai Stevenson II as ambassador to the UN.

White House Historical Association
White House History with Frank Sesno: Origins of the Televised Presidency
White House Historical Association 1610 H Street NW Washington DC 20006 U.S.A.

The White House Historical Association's 2023 Quarterly Lecture Series, White House History with Frank Sesno will feature four lectures dealing with various topics about the rich history of the Executive Mansion.

The White House Historical Association’s first lecture of the series will take place on January 24, 2023 and will explore the origins of the televised presidency.

The speakers for the event include Kelly O’Donnell, NBC Senior White House Correspondent, Mike McCurry, former White House Press Secretary to President Clinton, and Dr. Martha Kumar, Professor Emerita at Towson University. The speakers will draw upon their professional experiences and expertise to discuss how television has changed the presidency over the last sixty years.