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Congressman Nick Rahall II wearing sunglasses and smiling. Photo was taken at the family home on Flat Top Lake at a volunteer party.
Congressman Nick Rahall, II and an unidentified man in front of the U.S. Capitol building. The two are holding a "Save our Savings" sign.
Congressman Nick Rahall, II (second from right) and Senator John D. Rockefeller IV (far right) alongside a group of unidentified people shoveling into the ground at a groundbreaking ceremony. The photograph is signed on the front and reads, "All the best, Jay Ruby II."
Congressman Nick Rahall II talking to President Jimmy Carter and an unknown man.
Congressman Nick Rahall looking at a computer with Rick Houvouruas of Star Technologies, LLC and a group of unidentified people during a visit to Marshall University.
Congressman Nick Rahall looking at a computer during a visit to Marshall University. There is an unidentified group of people in the background.
Congressman Nick Rahall during a visit to Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia.
Representative Nick J. Rahall (D-W.Va.)  shakes hands with an unidentified man in front of a large group of unidentified people on a ship.
Congressman Nick Rahall II (right) speaking to Joe Crapa (center) of the Department of Commerce and an unidentified man.
Representative Nick J. Rahall (D-W.Va.) smiles for a portrait in front of an American flag.
On the left, Representative Nick J. Rahall (D-W.Va.) shakes hands with Muammad usn Mubrak, president of Egypt at an event.
Representative Nick J. Rahall (D-W.Va.) poses for a picture with an unidentified man associated with the American Diabetes Association. Representative Alan Mollohan (D-W.Va.) stands off to the side talking with three other unidentified men.
Congressman Nick Rahall (D-WV) holding a brown paper grocery bag with Thomas K. Zaucha, Chief Executive Officer of the National Grocers Association.
L-R: Representative Alan Mollohan (D-W.Va), unidentified man, Representative Nick J. Rahall (D-W.Va.)The three men smile for a photograph at an event.
Congressman Nick Rahall II shaking the hand of President Jimmy Carter. The photograph is signed "To Nick - Jimmy."
On the left, Representative Nick J. Rahall (D-W.Va.) shakes hands with Vice President Walter Mondale (D-MN).
From left to right: Congressman Nick Rahall II (D-WV), President Jimmy Carter, Governor Jay Rockefeller (WV) , Senator Wendell Ford (D-KY), and Congressman John Murtha (D-PA). The photograph was taken for Coal Day at the White House. Governor Jay Rockefeller is speaking to the audience. Behind them are two photographs. One photograph features miners another a mine. The photo signed "Best wishes to Nick Rahall.  Jimmy Carter."
President Carter discussing coal with Governor Jay Rockefeller, Senator Jennings Randolph (D-WV), Congressman Nick Rahall II (D-WV), Senator Charles Percy (R-IL), and Congressman Austen Murphy (D-PA) at the White House.  They are sitting across from five unidentified men. From left to right: (foreground) Congressman Rahall, Senator Randolph, President Carter, Governor Rockefeller.
From left to right: Congressman Leon Panetta (D-CA), Congressman Ike Skelton (D-MO), President Jimmy Carter, Congressman Dan Glickman (D-KS), Congressman Nick Rahall II (D-WV), Congressman Cecil Heftel (D-HI), Congressman Al Gore (D-TN), coming through the door is Frank Moore a congressional liaison, Congressman Don Pease (D-OH), Congressman Mary Rose Oakar (D-OH), Congressman Tony Beilenson (D-CA), Congressman Jerry Huckaby (D-LA), Congressman Ed Jenkins (D-GA), Congressman Charles Whitley (D-NC), Congressman Ronnie Flippo (D-AL), Congressman Wyche Fowler (D-GA), and Congressman Dick Gephardt (D-MO).
President Jimmy Carter talking with Congressman Harley Staggers (D-WV) (hidden), Congressman Nick Rahall II (D-WV), Frank Moore a White House aide, Congressman Jim Broyhill (R-NC), and Congressman Jim Florio (D-NJ) about railroad deregulation.