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What’s My Line – 1973

Siglinda Sanchez, House, 1974, was on What's My Line in the early 1970s. Well worth a watch, both for the questions and the fashion of the day! Unsurprisingly, the panel had a tough time guessing Siglinda's...

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An Overnight Freshman

By Terry A. Venneberg, Senate ‘76 In January 1975, I came to Washington to be a Page. I was sponsored by Sen. Mike Gravel, (D-Alaska), who served from 1969 to 1981. I was a 14-year-old from Sitka, Alaska, who had been enamored of all things political for years prior...

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Senate Page Diary, Found

By Gregory A. Hinrichsen, Ph.D., Senate ‘68 In a long-forgotten box, I found a diary I had written as a 16-year-old Page in 1967-1968. I kept it on folded and numbered pages of Senate stationery, the beautiful linen paper with the bold blue “U.S. Senate” embossed at...

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We had a front row seat to countless historical moments and were eyewitnesses to history. From the early start of the nation, to World War II, the Civil Rights era, 9/11, and beyond, Pages witnessed the defining moments of the time.  The Alumni Association welcomes you to share a personal memory or a story about a memorable member.  Please email your story and photos, if available, to alumni@capitolpagealumni.org.

Visit the New Page Alumni Online Store

The Alumni Association has launched its online store, featuring its first page alumni product – a baseball cap with the Capitol Page Alumni logo. In the future, we hope to add additional products for sale. storehats ALUMNI ONLINE STORE