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55 THE CAPITOL DOME Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. IBM Corporation Investment Company Institute JBS Communications Mr. Shane Karr Ms Kathryn Lehman* Mr. William Libro Ms Michele Lieber Lowry Strategies, INC Ms Amy Luzopone Mr. Daniel J. Mattoon* McCarthy Strategic Solutions, LLC Mr. Tim McGivern Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meade Metropolitan Life Insurance Corporation Mr. Daniel P. Meyer MillerCoors Mr. Robert I. Mills Mr. John D. Milne National Funeral Directors Association National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association Navient Solutions, Inc. Northrop Grumman Systems Corp Mr. Jim Nussle Outdoor Advertising Association of America Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association Printing Industries of America Railway Supply Institute Ms Courtney Reinhard Mr. Michael Rock Mr. Christopher Roe San Joaquin Valley College Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Mr. Jeffrey Shapiro and Ms Angelyn Shapiro Colonel Michael A. Shupp USMC (Ret.) Southern Company Mr. Jeffrey Strunk Swisher International, Inc. Mr. Robert Trunzo TTX Company U.S. Travel Association Mr. Josh Ulman UPS Mr. H. Stewart Van Scoyoc Virginia College, LLC Mr. Michael Waring and Mrs. Eve Waring Mr. Joel White Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America The Wisconsin Credit League Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation BEQUEST Mr. Curtis C. Deane* IN-KIND DONATIONS AND SERVICES Katie Garlock, Portraitions Cokie Roberts Leads Panel of Prominent Historians: USCHS Hosts 25th Annual National Heritage Lecture O n the evening of October 20, in the historic Kennedy Caucus Room of the Russell Senate Office Building, the U.S. Capitol Historical Society hosted the 25th Annual National Heritage Lecture. This year's topic was "Doing History: Comparing Approaches to the Historian's Craft." Cokie Roberts served as modera- tor for the panel, which included documentarian Grace Guggenheim, historical researcher and writer Mike Hill, and novelist Thomas Mallon. The United States Capitol Historical Society, the White House Historical Association, and the Supreme Court Historical Society established the National Heri- tage Lecture in 1991 to enhance knowledge and appre- ciation of the American system of government and the principles upon which it was founded. Hosted in turn by each of the three historical societies, each year the National Heritage Lecture explores one of the three branches of government and the momentous events and personalities associated with its history. The three his- torical organizations are private, nonpartisan nonprofits dedicated to research, education, and publication. Stacy McBride, Staff Director for the U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, welcomed attendees on behalf of Senator Roy Blunt. Don Carlson SOCIETY NEWS Moderator Cokie Roberts K ATIE GARLOCK/PORTR AITIONS

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