Postcard from Ray Roberts to Lyndon Baines Johnson discussing policy and "4th District problems." Roberts says in the note on the back that he can represent the president best "when [Roberts] have your opinions on legislation that concerns you." The photograph on the reverse side shows Roberts talking with Johnson in the president's office.
Photograph of a group of World War Two soldiers standing by the side of a ship; the group is arranged into two rows of men with the back row standing on a raised platform behind the first row. All of the men are wearing heavy coats, gloves, and hats.