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Carter-Ford Meeting / Transition / Mrs. Carter's Day #486278

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 22, 1976
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(Studio) President-elect Jimmy Carter meets with President Ford in White House

(White House) President and Mrs. Ford greet Carters without ceremony. Earlier, Carter and Vice President-elect Walter Mondale meet with various cabinet members at Blair House, incling. Budget Director James Lynn, Defense Secretary Don. Rumsfeld, Department of Health, Education and Welfare Secretary F. David Mathews, Treasury Secretary William Simon. Carter and Ford met for over an hour in Oval office. [President FORD - says transition going smoothly. Privilege to have Governor Carter and Mrs. Carter as guests.] [Governor CARTER - says President Ford shows only goodwill, unity, friendship.] President-elect to go to Capitol Hill tomorrow.
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

(Studio) Mrs. Carter reading up on former First Ladies' activities. To talk with Mrs. Johnson about it. Mrs. Ford takes Mrs. Carter on tour of White House Mrs. Carter also visits public school daughter Amy may attend.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) Stevens Elementary School visited by Rosalyn. [Mrs. CARTER - says she and husband trying to decide about school.] Mrs. Ford gives Mrs. Carter an album of floor plans of White House rooms. As 1st Lady, Mrs. Carter plans to be active in mental health and elderly aid programs.
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David;
Jamieson, Bob;
Jones, Kenley
Duration:
00:04:30

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