This page contains select photographs from the White House Photograph Office. Audio/Visual staff have hand-picked these images based on composition, significance, and frequency of use.

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- President Clinton greets volunteers of the White House Correspondence Office outside of the White House on June 12th, 1993.

- President Clinton plays saxophone during the Newport Jazz Festival on June 18th, 1993.

- President Clinton oversees the signing of the Israeli-Palestinian Declaration of Principles. Prime Minister Rabin and Chairman Arafat shake hands. September 13th, 1993.

- President Clinton holds up a pamphlet detailing the Clinton Administration’s health care plan on October 28th, 1993.

- President Clinton speaks at Mason Temple Church in Memphis, Tennessee; the location of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s final sermon. November 13th, 1993.

- President Clinton plays saxophone at the Reduta Jazz Club in Prague. January 11th, 1994.

- President Clinton plays saxophone as President Yeltsin looks on. January 13th, 1994.

- First Lady Hillary Clinton sits with former First Ladies at the White House during a Tribute to America’s First Ladies Gala. May 11th, 1994.

- President Clinton walks along the beaches of Normandy. June 6th, 1994.

- Families of victims of the Alfred P. Murrah building bombing in Oklahoma City look on as President Clinton delivers remarks during the memorial service for victims of the bombing. April 23rd, 1995.

- President Clinton is photographed during his birthday celebration at the White House. August 10th, 1995.

- President Clinton laughs at a joke delivered by President Yeltsin in Hyde Park, NY on October 23rd, 1995.

- Anthony Lake delivers news to President Clinton of Prime Minister Rabin’s assassination. November 4th, 1995.

- Protestant and Catholic Children raise hands in Belfast as President Clinton looks on. November 30th, 1995.

- President Clinton and Vice President Gore shake hands with Speaker Gingrich and Senator Dole at conclusion of budget discussions at the White House on December 19th, 1995.

- President Clinton looks on during the White House Conference on Corporate Citizenship event on May 16th, 1996.

- President Clinton celebrates on the final day of the 1996 Presidential campaign prior to election day. November 4th, 1996.

- President Clinton, First Lady Hillary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton look on at fireworks above the Old State House in Little Rock, AR on election night, November 5th, 1996.

- President Clinton becomes the first President to utilize the Line-Item Veto to strike three provisions from the Balanced Budget Act, August 11th, 1997.

- President Clinton and Little Rock Mayor Jim Dailey open the doors of Central High School as the ‘Little Rock Nine’ walk in. September 25th, 1997.

- President Clinton draws a large “0” to signify no Federal budget deficit for 1999. February 2nd, 1998.

- President Clinton looks on during the Technology Conference in Oakland, CA on February 26th, 1998.

- President Clinton listens to President Mandela describe his cell on Robben Island. March 27th, 1998.

- President Clinton consoles refugees of the conflict in Bosnia. June 22nd, 1999.

- The First Family look on at fireworks over the Lincoln Memorial during celebrations for the new Millennium. December 31st, 1999.

- President Clinton speaks at the site of the memorial for the Oklahoma City Bombing on April 19th, 2000.

- President Clinton walks with Prime Minister Barak and Chairman Arafat during a break from the Camp David Summit to address the press. July 11th, 2000.

- President Clinton poses for a photo-op at the White House. September 22nd, 2000.

- President Clinton greets a large crowd at a Get Out The Vote rally in Los Angeles, CA on November 2nd, 2000.

- President Clinton’s hand is grasped by a large crowd at a Get Out The Vote rally on November 3rd, 2000.

- President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton hold one another in the Oval Office during downtime following a Christmas reception on December 21st, 2000.

- President Clinton’s final moments in the Oval Office, prior to departing for the Capitol for the Inauguration of George W Bush. January 20th, 2001.


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