Queen Elizabeth addresses a joint session of Congress in Washington on May 16, 1991. In the background are Vice President Dan Quayle (L) and Speaker of the House Tom Foley (R). Prince Philip is seated behind the railing, far right. (UPI Photo/Files)
Supporters of ousted Haitian President jean-bertrand Aristide demonstrate outside the Pan American Union BUilding on October 2, 1991, where Aristide was to address the Organization of American States (OAS). (UPI Photo/Martin Jeong/Files)
Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip are welcomed by George Bush and Barbara Bush on the South Lawn of the White House at the beginning of their state visit to the united States on May 14, 1991. (UPI Photo/Files)
President George and First Lady Barbara Bush stand with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on May 14, 1991 before a state dinner in honor of the Queen's visit at the White House in Washington. (UPI Photo/Martin Jeong/Files)
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