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Images and Artifacts

Resolution to Create House Radio Gallery, 1939

Resolution to Create House Radio Gallery, 1939

On April 20, 1939, the House approved House Resolution 169 authorizing the creation of the House Radio Gallery, signed by Clerk of the House South Trimble.

House Resolution No. 169, 79th Congress, 1st Session, image courtesy of the House Radio-TV Gallery, provided by the Office of History and Preservation, Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

Tina Tate at a National Convention

Tina Tate at a National Convention

For many decades, the House Radio-TV Gallery has played a major role coordinating media coverage at both the Democratic and Republican national conventions. In this image, Tina Tate works at one of the national conventions.

Image courtesy of Tina Tate, provided by Office of History and Preservation, Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

Tina Tate in Cannon House Office Building Rotunda, 1995

Tina Tate in Cannon House Office Building Rotunda, 1995

Tina Tate became Director of the Radio-TV Gallery in October 1981. In this 1995 image, Tate stands in the rotunda of the Cannon House Office Building.

Image courtesy of Tina Tate, provided by Office of History and Preservation, Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

Tina Tate in the Radio-TV Gallery Office

Tina Tate in the Radio-TV Gallery Office

The House Radio-TV Gallery staff in the 1970s featuring Tina Tate (far left) and Mike Michaelson (second from right), the second superintendent of the gallery.

Image courtesy of Tina Tate, provided by Office of History and Preservation, Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives

Tina Tate in the Radio-TV Gallery Offices

Tina Tate in the Radio-TV Gallery Offices

Thinking back on her early days in the gallery, Tina Tate recalls, “When we were first there in the ’70s, before we renovated, there wasn’t even an individual desk for each person…it was musical desks. If anybody left, you got up; there were three desks and four people, so you would just have to find a place to sit.”

Image courtesy of Tina Tate, provided by Office of History and Preservation, Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives