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[Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter kissing, surrounded by family, including Amy and Lillian, at the Democratic National Convention, New York City]

President Carter welcomes Prime Minister Trudeau to US shows Margaret Trudeau & Rosalynn Carter

President Carter's Appointments Rosalynn Carter

President Carter's White House appointments - Al Ullman Mental Health Rosalynn Carter

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Jimmy Carter House, 209 Woodland Drive, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Jimmy Carter House, 209 Woodland Drive, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Jimmy Carter House, 209 Woodland Drive, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Jimmy Carter House, 209 Woodland Drive, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Jimmy Carter House, 209 Woodland Drive, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Jimmy Carter House, 209 Woodland Drive, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Lillian & Earl Carter House, Georgia Route 280 between Walters & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Lillian & Earl Carter House, Georgia Route 280 between Walters & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Lillian & Earl Carter House, Georgia Route 280 between Walters & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Lillian & Earl Carter House, Georgia Route 280 between Walters & Thomas Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Matthew Edmund Rylander House, Old Plains Highway (near Highway 280), Plains, Sumter County, GA

Carter Peanut Warehouse Complex, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Carter Peanut Warehouse Complex, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Carter Peanut Warehouse Complex, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Baptist Church, Bond & Paschal Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Baptist Church, Bond & Paschal Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Baptist Church, Bond & Paschal Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Baptist Church, Bond & Paschal Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Baptist Church, Bond & Paschal Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Baptist Church, Bond & Paschal Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

Plains Baptist Church, Bond & Paschal Streets, Plains, Sumter County, GA

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