U.S. vice presidents
A look back at some of our country's vice presidents.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney will be the guest speaker at the Long Island Association's fall luncheon set for Oct. 8 . (Dec. 19, 2005)
Walter F. Mondale talks with residents of New York's Co-op City. Mondale was vice president under President Jimmy Carter. (Oct. 31, 1976)
Nelson A. Rockefeller was vice president under President Gerald Ford. (1959)
Hubert H. Humphrey concedes the West Virginia presidential preference primary election to Sen. John Kennedy in Charleston, W.Va. Humphrey became vice president under President Lyndon Johnson. (May 10, 1960)
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson talks to reporters about his tour of Senegal, Geneva and Paris in the White House. Johnson was vice president under President John F. Kennedy and became president after Kennedy was assassinated. (April 7, 1961)
Charles G. Dawes, left, with Calvin Coolidge. Dawes was vice president under President Coolidge. (July 2, 1924)
Chester A. Arthur served as vice president under James A. Garfield and became the 21st president.
Schuyler Colfax served as vice president under President Ulysses Grant.
Andrew Johnson was vice president under Abraham Lincoln and became the 17th president.
Martin Van Buren was vice president under Andrew Jackson and then became the eighth president.