An hour later this editor telephoned to the press gallery and asked one of his reporters, "Say, where is that chump now?"
Journalists in the press gallery breathed a sigh of disappointment.
But here, again, chance befell and irresistibly led me back to the press gallery.
In many cases in these days members are speaking with far less reference to the House than to the press gallery.
The press gallery is, as all know, directly over the Speaker.
In the course of time he became thoroughly acquainted with "all the boys" in the press gallery.
The civil service gallery was full; in the press gallery a triple row of heads anxiously bent forward.
She had an ample experience of the decimation of his questions as well as speeches by the members of the press gallery.
Richard later took counsel with the gray Nestor of the press gallery—a past master at his craft of ink.
I shall never forget my first experience of this press gallery official.