A Chat By The Fireside

American President Jimmy Carter sits in the White House library for the first of his fireplace chats, Washington DC, February 2, 1977. This talk, broadcast on national television, addressed the energy crisis and took place 13 days into Carter's presidency. (Photo by Dirck Halstead/Getty Images)
American President Jimmy Carter sits in the White House library for the first of his fireplace chats, Washington DC, February 2, 1977. This talk, broadcast on national television, addressed the energy crisis and took place 13 days into Carter's presidency. (Photo by Dirck Halstead/Getty Images)
A Chat By The Fireside
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Credit:
Dirck Halstead / Contributor
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51125957
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The Chronicle Collection
Date created:
February 02, 1977
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