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[Jimmy Carter waving at the Democratic National Convention, New York City]

[Jimmy Carter shaking hands after leaving a church in Jacksonville, Florida]

[Jimmy Carter makes a campaign stop at his brother Billy's gas station in their hometown of Plains, Georgia]

[Jimmy Carter speaking at a Brooklyn College campaign stop in New York]

[Reporters in press room observe President Gerald Ford on television during the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Jimmy Carter disembarking from the airplane "Peanut One" at the Pittsburgh-Allegheny County Airport for a campaign stop in Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford preparing for the first debate with Jimmy Carter, in his office at the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Jimmy Carter shaking hands during a campaign stop in Columbus, Ohio]

[Rosalynn, Amy, and Jimmy Carter at the Democratic National Convention, New York City]

[Jimmy Carter working aboard "Peanut One" campaign airplane]

[Woman holding a sign saying "Meet Jimmy Carter" at the Democratic National Convention, New York City]

[Jimmy Carter speaking to a crowd at a campaign stop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Jimmy Carter and his chief speechwriter, Pat Anderson, working aboard the "Peanut One" campaign airplane]

[Jimmy Carter holding an informal press conference aboard his plane on a campaign trip]

[Jimmy Carter and Mayor Richard J. Daley ride in a torchlight parade during a campaign stop in Chicago, Illinois]

[President Gerald Ford shakes hands with supporters at the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Jimmy Carter eats with his brother, Billy Carter, during a campaign stop at his Billy's gas station in their hometown of Plains, Georgia]

[Jimmy Carter disembarking from the airplane "Peanut One" at the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Airport for a campaign stop in Pennsylvania]

[Jimmy Carter makes a campaign stop in his hometown of Plains, Georgia]

[Jimmy Carter at a street rally during a campaign stop in Cleveland, Ohio]

[President Gerald Ford greets supporters at the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[President Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter on television during 1st presidential debate in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Jimmy Carter and Sen. Hubert Humphrey at the Democratic National Convention, New York City]

[Jimmy Carter speaking at a Brooklyn College campaign stop in New York]

[President Gerald Ford, covered with confetti, smiles at crowd after his arrival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for the 1st presidential debate with Jimmy Carter]

[Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale at the Democratic National Convention, New York City]

[Jimmy Carter retrieving his luggage from a car before boarding "Peanut One" campaign airplane]

[Jimmy Carter and Mayor Richard J. Daley at the Illinois State Democratic Convention in Chicago, Illinois]

[Peanut-shaped float passes by reviewing stand for the inauguration of Jimmy Carter to President, Washington, D.C.]

[Flag-waving, tuxedo-clad roller skater passes by reviewing stand for the inauguration of Jimmy Carter to President, Washington, D.C.]

Chief Justice Warren E. Burger administering the oath of office to Jimmy Carter on the east portico of U.S. Capitol, January 20, 1977

Blacksmith shop at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

A grinning peanut is one of many symbols of the legume to be found in former U.S. president Jimmy Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Wagon shed at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Train station in Plains, Georgia, home of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter as well as that of his wife, Rosalynn

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Scarecrow at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Smiling peanut figure (with added ears for the Easter season to represent an Easter bunny) outside a store in former U.S. president Jimmy Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

The former gasoline station of Billy Carter, the younger brother of former president Jimmy Carter, in their hometown of Plains, Georgia

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Washtubs at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Plows at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Kitchen at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Outhouse at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Barn and water tower near Plains in Sumter County, Georgia

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter waves good-bye following his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

The boyhood home of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, on a farm in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Bathroom at the boyhood farm of Jimmy Carter, America's 39th president, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Interior of the blacksmith shop at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Jimmy Carter's bedroom at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Crude gasoline pump at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Interior of the J.E. Carter Company general store, owned by Earl Carter, father of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the town of Plains, Georgia

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Field near the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of a biblical passage during his Sunday School lesson at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Colt in the corral at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

With a Secret Service agent watching over the procedings, ninety-two-year-old former U.S. president Jimmy Carter greets a parishioner following Sunday School at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia

Mural ("If these sidewalks could talk") on the train depot in Plains, Georgia, depicting scenes relating to two of the town's most famous natives: former U.S. president Jimmy Carter and his youngest brother, Billy

The boyhood home of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, on a farm in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Several times each year former U.S. president Jimmy Carter discusses the meaning of biblical passages during his Sunday School lessons at the Maranantha Baptist Church in Carter's hometown of Plains, Georgia, and following each lesson, he and his wife, former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, also a Plains native, wait to greet each and every parishioner who wishes to be photographed with the former first couple

Dirt tennis court at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Colt in the corral at the boyhood farm of America's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, in the little community of Archery, Georgia, now part of the only slightly larger town of Plains, with which President Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, a Plains native, are usually associated

Old Coca-Cola sign on a building in Plains, the boyhood home of Jimmy Carter, America's 39th president, as well as his wife, Rosalynn

Childhood home of former U.S. first lady Rosalynn Carter in Plains, Georgia

Lunsford-French-Timmerman General Store, Main Street, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Smiling Peanut, South Side of Highway 49, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Jimmy Carter National Historic Site & Preservation District, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Ross Dean Funeral Home, Main Street between Bond & Hudson Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Oliver-McDonald Company, Main Street, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Oliver-French-Shields Company, Main Street, Plains, Sumter County, GA

The sounds of Earth

The sounds of Earth

[Jimmy Carter, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, next to an American flag]

[Jimmy Carter, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, next to an American flag]

[Jimmy Carter, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, next to an American flag]

[Jimmy Carter, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, next to an American flag]

Plains Public Housing, No. 9A, Paschal & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Public Housing, No. 9A, Paschal & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Public Housing, No. 9A, Paschal & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Public Housing, No. 9A, Paschal & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains School, Gymnasium, Bond Street (opposite Paschal Street), Plains, Sumter County, GA

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