Members of Joint Inaugural Committee, Senate and House Sergeant at Arms arrive for the Inaugural Ceremony for Ronald Reagan.
Washington DC USA Date:1981 Duration:5 min 15 sec Sound:Yes
Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies for Ronald Reagan on 20th January 1981 in Washington DC. North Portico of the White House. Dignitaries leave for the United States Capitol where ceremonies are to be held. President Jimmy Carter and the President elect Ronald Reagan followed by other officials walk down steps of the White House. All of them get into cars. West Face of the Capitol. Officials get off the cars. Ronald Reagan and officials are greeted by Senate Sergeant at Arms Howard S. Liebengood and House Sergeant at Arms Benjamin J. Guthrie. On the other side of the Capitol official guests are being seated. Cameramen and newsmen record the event. Mrs. George H. W. Bush and Mrs. Walter Mondale arrive. Spouses of members of Joint Inaugural Committee-- Mrs. Howard Baker, Mrs. Robert C. Byrd, Mrs. Robert Michael and others arrive. First Lady and future First Lady are escorted to their places by Mrs. Mark Hatfield and others. President Jimmy Carter and Vice President Walter Mondale are escorted by members of the Inaugural Committee. The Vice President elect George H. W. Bush is escorted by Representative Robert Michael and Senator Howard Baker. Senate and House Sergeant at Arms arrive. Drums and bugles are played by a band. The President elect Ronald Reagan arrives and is escorted by Executive Director of Inaugural Committee. The crowd applauds.
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