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Johnson and House Speaker Sam Rayburn. So make no mistake, there is nothing periodic about the running the Periodical Press Gallery. He was lying once on the ground in a shelter half and a rattlesnake wriggled into his place and he and his tent mate somehow or other wrestled the snake to death, and for years we carried around this huge rattlesnake skin. When adopted in the s, the last requirement automatically excluded all women and black reporters. The rules that the Standing Committee of Correspondents adopted initially required that those seeking admission must earn their principal income from news correspondence, that they must not engage in lobbying, and they must file telegraphic dispatches to daily newspapers. I still have furniture in my house to this day that the family says was carried down the Ohio River from Louisville or someplace in the migration, three or four tables and antiques that are in my house. I didn't get to Truman, but I got to one of his aides, and explained the situation. So the union was not going to cover Truman's speech if the United Press television people covered it. It used to irk my grandfather that his friend received a pension and he did not. He worked on that capitol building for several years and joined the Missouri National Guard in Jefferson City, and when [Woodrow] Wilson became president and federalized the Guard to send them with [General John J. And I was the only U. But during the years following the Civil War a number of Washington correspondents lobbied for private business interests, and lobbyists posed as journalists to gain access to the galleries and the committee rooms of the Capitol. He was born in Virginia around My own grandfather was born in in Missouri, but in between that time the family had migrated west through Tennessee into Missouri. A graduate of C. There was a little door in the ceiling of the elevator, and they got that opened. Preston began to expand the post to that of superintendent of the press gallery. Not until the Second World War did women reporters return to the press galleries in any appreciable numbers. It didn't impair his health a hell of a lot. That was his first military adventure, under fire and in actual pursuit. His books include James M. Standing Committees of journalists elected from each gallery continue to grant accreditation. There was quite a little hubbub about it. Then sometime later I worked for the A. Ritchie is associate historian of the Senate Historical Office. I can remember very well, I was about ten or eleven years old then, the elation. My paternal grandparents migrated west in the early days of the last century from Virginia. That was my first real contact with Truman. I can remember as a boy, my father had relics of that campaign. Senator, and I was operating the elevator. I have pictures at home of my dad at the Mexican border. At that time, women journalists were hired to write society news which they mailed to their papers, rather than pay the higher telegraph tolls. I have a great great some kind of grandfather of whom I have a Brady tintype. I was born in I can remember in the midst of the Depression my father was out of a job. Some of my duties were running the elevator. At first Senate doorkeepers loosely supervised the press galleries, until the s, when James D. That's when the present capitol building was built. Rules of accreditation were published in the Congressional Directories , along with lists of the journalists who had access to the press galleries. But the network television people were in opposition to the independents--the United Press then was filming everything and selling it to small, non network affiliated stations. January 16 to 28, by Donald A. I was working for United Press then and they were going in the television business by supplying news film. Then when World War I came along he went to France and was a machine-gunner of Company M--I'm not going to be able to remember the regimental numbers. He remained a Washington reporter until , when he took charge of the Periodical Press Gallery, a post that he held until his retirement in And while periodicals, by definition, are often published only once a week or once a month, Roy's gallery is open every day. But he was gassed at the Meuse-Argonne battles, I think. But--this gets a little raunchy what I'll never forget is one of the lawyers saying, "We should have walked up the stairs. Was your family from there originally? Ten years later or so he was awarded a pension, when I was ten years old. That was my first conflict, I guess you might say, with television reporters. My relationship with Truman continued--of course, I lost all track of him, I went in World War II in January, , I quit school and enlisted, but when the war was over and I finished my education and became a reporter on my hometown newspaper for a while, it was then that Truman brought [Winston] Churchill to Missouri, and he made the famous speech at Fulton, which was just twenty miles north of Jefferson City. So they asked me to go over there and cover Truman's speech, which I did. In , radio reporters finally convinced Congress to create a separate Radio Gallery later the Radio and Television Gallery. I, Roy L. Ritchie, Senate Historical Office. They boosted me up through that opening and I got out on the second floor and got help, and they got the elevator fixed. Pogue Award for distinguished contributions to the field of oral history. My grandfather then was born in Boone County, Missouri, in , and he was in the Civil War, and he died at 86 or 88, close to 90 years old in the s when I was a very small child, but I remember him very well. The United States Senate established its first "reporters gallery" on July 8, , in response to the demand from the increasing number of newspaper correspondents who wanted to cover the annual sessions of Congress. I also approve the deposit of the transcripts at the Library of Congress, National Archives, Senate Library, and any other institution which the Senate Historical Office may deem appropriate. However, I came in contact with Harry Truman when he was a senator. It may not be published in full except by permission of the Harry S. About the Interviewer : Donald A. Truman Library. It's only one flight up. I recall one time that Truman came down for some court case when he was a U. Truman was from the western part of the state and my dad was from a Guard company in the middle of the state, and I don't think they ever came in contact. Later, when I was a reporter in Kansas City, when Truman would come out there.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I authorize the Senate Historical Office to use the tapes and transcripts in such a manner as may best serve the educational and historical objectives of their oral history program. He had applied for a pension years and years before. Newspaper correspondents similarly excluded radio and magazine reporters from their gallery. Food was in short supply, and a deer ran. Oral History Interview with Roy L. Numbers appearing in square brackets ex. Three or four years after that, Truman came back to deliver the commemorative speech on the occasion of an anniversary of Churchill's famous Iron Curtain speech. There was a huge parade, and I was a reporter at the time, my first job out of college, so I covered that parade for my hometown newspaper, and I remember Churchill and Truman. When some journalists became involved in the Credit Mobilier scandal and other sensations of the Gilded Age, other Washington correspondents feared that the deteriorating ethics of the press would disrupt their regular channels of congressional information. They didn't have an electrician along, somebody to plug in the camera and lights. At first the Vice President, and later the Senate Rules Committee supervised admission of journalists into the press gallery. Through the bureaucratic process, I'll be damned if they didn't award him one with back pay for several years. I can recall him telling about his unit, I don't remember whether it was a regiment or a division, or what it was, but they were bivouacked on either side of a stream. There were some lawyers with him, and he got on the elevator and we started for the second floor where the hearing rooms were and the elevator got stuck, right in the middle of the floors! The House and Senate also established Periodical Press Galleries for magazine and newsletter writers, and a Press Photographer's gallery. It was or , and boy that was a windfall! There were no phones in the elevators then. In my final year in high school I was a page at the Missouri supreme court. The old one burned and they replaced it. They said, "There's nothing we can do about that. In the House, and in the Senate ceded such rights to a Standing Committee of Correspondents, elected by the correspondents themselves. In making this gift, I voluntarily convey ownership of the tapes and transcripts to the public domain. To assist reporters, Preston took notes on Senate proceedings, arranged interviews with senators, and otherwise facilitated the daily reporting from the press galleries. He has published articles on American political history and oral history, including "Oral History in the Federal Government," which appeared in the Journal of American History. The Standing Committee of Correspondents did not admit a black reporter until , and then only after being ordered to do so by the Senate Rules Committee. These reporters approached the Speaker of the House and the Senate Rules Committee with a proposal to allow journalists to assume control of accreditation to the press galleries. It was a mammoth project. The reader should remember that this is essentially a transcript of the spoken, rather than the written word. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Washington, D. He was at some battle in Arkansas. Black reporters were.