WAX2001011596 - 15 JANUARY 2001 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: President-elect Ronald Reagan waves to crowds outside of the transition office in Washington, DC after his victory over Jimmy Carter in this November 21, 1980 photo. Former President Reagan was in stable condition January 15, 2001, a day after his broken hip was put back together with a pin, plate and screws. He was expected to sit up for the first time today after the surgery and faces a long recovery. rlw/Ron Edmonds/File UPI.
As Ted Kennedy was introduced to keynote the 1978 New Hampshire State Democratic Convention in Manchester on September 30, 1978, a small group of supporters carrying signs reading "Elect Kennedy President 1980" paraded in front of the rostrum. Although Kennedy has repeatedly said that he will not be a candidate, Kennedy for President buttons were worn by many delegates to the convention. (UPI Photo/Steve Liss/Files)
Original Caption: President Carter acknowledges appause from supporters with wife Rosalynn and daughter Amy over his shoulder after he conceded the Presidency to Ronald Reagan November 4, 1980. (UPI Photo/Don Rypka/FILES)
President-elect Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy relax aboard an Air Force DC-9 November 17, 1980. It is the first time they are visiting Washington DC since Reagan defeated President Jimmy Carter to become the next President of the United States. (UPI PHOTO/Ron Edmunds/THE WHITE HOUSE)
CART2002101510 - WASHINGTON (UPI) -- President Jimmy Carter, left, with Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin, right, after a meeting in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington in 1980. Carter was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for his humanitarian efforts and success in bringing Egypt and Israel to the peace table in 1979. mk/mk/UPI
President Jimmy Carter with wife Rosalynn and daughter Amy and grandson Jason, holding his ears to shield the helicopter noise, arrive at the White House June 15, 1980, from Camp David where the first family spent the weekend. (UPI Photo/Darryl Heikes/ Files)
CART2002101501 - WASHINGTON, March 28 (UPI) -- President Jimmy Carter receives a telephone call from Capitol HIll that the Senate has passed the windfall oil profit tax on March 28, 1980. Carter was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for his humanitarian efforts and success in bringing Egypt and Israel to the peace table in 1979. mk/mk/UPI