Guide to the Oliver F. Atkins photograph collection, 1943-1975 Oliver F. Atkins photograph C0036

A Guide to the Oliver F. Atkins photograph collection

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives
Collection Number C0036


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Repository
George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Collection number
C0036
Title
Oliver F. Atkins photograph collection 1943-1975
Physical Characteristics
59.5 linear ft.; 113 boxes
Creator
Oliver F. Atkins, 1916-1977
Language
English
Abstract
The Atkins collection consists of approximately 60,000 images that extensively document American political and cultural history from the 1940s through the 1970s. Most of the images that document American political life date from the early 1960s through the mid-1970s when Atkins worked as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post and then later as the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon. The bulk of the American cultural documentation is from Atkins' work in the 1950s and early 1960s on specific stories for the Saturday Evening Post, and these stories cover other areas of the United States, particularly the Southeast up through the Northeast coast. There are also a number of international sets of images from Korea, Africa, and India. The collection consists largely of 8x10" and l3x10" color and black and white prints and 35mm and 4x5" black and white negatives. There are also a number of slides, contact sheets, and oversize mat prints. The collection also includes some correspondence and other documentation on Atkins' work and travel abroad.

Administrative Information

Alternative Form Available

Portions of the Atkins collection are available online through the Oliver F. Atkins Photograph Collection and the 1972 Richard Nixon Campaign Photographs.

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

Copyright not held by George Mason University Libraries, and some images may be restricted to personal, non-commercial use only. For permission to publish, contact Special Collections and Archives.

Preferred Citation

Oliver F. Atkins photograph collection, Collection #C0036, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Marjorie Atkins in 1978 and 1987.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. Additional processing by Jordan Patty, Gary Smith, and Shira Loev in 2010-2011. EAD markup completed by Jordan Patty and Shira Loev in 2011.

While reprocessing the collection, staff attempted to retain much of the same organization and arrangement as possible since the Atkins collection has been heavily used by researchers over the past several decades. However, it was necessary to update some of the folder titles for clarity and also merge some of the folders that contained similar subject matter. Many of the folders in Series 3 still contain acid-free paper with numbering that matches the old arrangement

This collection was reprocessed in 2010-2011 using funds from a National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) Detailed Processing Grant.


Biographical Information

Oliver F. Atkins was born February 18, 1916 in Hyde Park, Massachusetts. He earned a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Alabama in 1938, and accepted a position with the Birmingham Post as a staff photographer. Within two years he became chief photographer for the Scripps Howard-owned paper. In 1940, he joined the Washington Daily News where he remained until 1942 and the outbreak of World War II. During the war, he served as a correspondent and photographer for the American Red Cross covering the African campaign, the invasions of Sicily, southern Italy, southern France, and Germany. After the war, Atkins joined the staff of the Saturday Evening Post. As the Washington correspondent for the Post, he photographed many important leaders of the United States and the world. Among them were Harry S Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Winston Churchill, Gamel Nasser, Nikita Kruschev, Josip B. Tito, and Jawaharlal Nehru. He was the Post's Far East correspondent in 1951, and also enjoyed a personal and working relationship with the magazine's famous illustrator, Norman Rockwell.

In 1969, Atkins became the personal photographer of President Richard M. Nixon and chief White House photographer. Of his many images of Nixon, the series documenting the meeting of December 18, 1970 with Elvis Presley is the most famous and the most requested. After Nixon's resignation in 1974, Atkins became vice president of Curtis Publishing Company of Indianapolis and remained there until his death in 1977. Ollie Atkins's awards include the White House News Photographers' Association Grand Award, the Graflex All American Photo Contest Portrait Award, and the National Press Photographers' Association Personalities Award. Books by Ollie Atkins include Camera on Assignment (co-written with Charles Baptie, 1957), and The White House Years: Triumph and Tragedy (1977). He also contributed to William Safire's Eye on Nixon (1972).

Scope and Content

The Atkins collection consists of approximately 60,000 images that extensively document American political and cultural history from the 1940s through the 1970s. Most of the images that document American political life date from the early 1960s through the mid-1970s when Atkins worked as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post and then later as the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon. The bulk of the American cultural documentation is from Atkins' work in the 1950s and early 1960s on specific stories for the Saturday Evening Post, and these stories cover other areas of the United States, particularly the Southeast up through the Northeast coast. There are also a number of international sets of images from Korea, Africa, and India. The collection consists largely of 8x10" and l3x10" color and black and white prints and 35mm and 4x5" black and white negatives. There are also a number of slides, contact sheets, and oversize matted prints. The collection also includes some correspondence and other documentation on Atkins' work and travel abroad.

Series 1 contains almost all of the prints in the collection. The prints document Atkins' positions as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post and the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon. Many of the negatives of the prints in the first subseries can be found in Series 2 and 3. Subseries 1.1 consists largely of prints from Atkins work as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post in Washington, D.C. There are also photographs from Saturday Evening Post stories that Atkins contributed to and those folders are labeled with the title of the article. The scope notes provide additional information about the subjects of the photographs and the locations when the folder titles are not descriptive enough. Subseries 1.2 consists of 8x10" prints from Atkins' work as the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon. The images document life in the White House, press conferences, visiting foreign leaders, presidential visits abroad, vacations, and Nixon's final days in office following his resignation. There are also numerous photographs of the Nixon's wife, Pat, and his daughters, Julie and Tricia. Most of the photographs are in color. Subseries 1.3 consists of both 8x10" and 11x14" prints arranged chronologically from Atkins' work as the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon. The prints cover much of the same subject matter as in subseries 1.2 and in some cases are duplicates. Most of the prints are black and white.

Series 2 contains 4x5" negatives created during Atkins's tenure as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post, and most of the photographs are grouped together by story title. Some of the prints made from the negatives can be found in Subseries 1.1. Subjects include American political figures, such as Dwight D. Eisenhower, Alben W. Barkley, George Marshall, and Tom Connally; Washington, D.C., sites, such as the White House, the Library of Congress, and Howard University; and religious leaders, such as Ezra Taft Benson and Prophet Jones. Other subjects include American businessmen, military figures, and average citizens. Folder numbers refer to numbered "packets" containing multiple negatives of the same subject. Box 58 contains negatives other than 4x5" that could not be housed in the same containers. Some of these negatives are from the same stories and have the same packet numbering. Detailed caption descriptions for these packets can be found in Series 4.

Series 3 contains 35mm negatives, 4x5" negatives, contact sheets, and slides that Atkins created while he worked for the Saturday Evening Post in the 1950s and 1960s as well as some images from work he did during World War II. Prints from these images can be found in Series 1, and there are some copies of negatives that are in Series 4. Subseries 3.1 is arranged in chronological order and appears to be largely from Atkins' Washington File, a collection of images he maintained from various assignments. Subjects photographed during the early 1960s include the President John F. Kennedy and his cabinet, including Robert F. Kennedy; Jacqueline Kennedy; astronauts such as John Glenn and Alan Shepard; Senators and Representatives; protests and demonstrations such as the "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom", with Martin Luther King, Jr.; and John F. Kennedy's inauguration and funeral. Subjects photographed during the mid-to-late 1960s include President Lyndon B. Johnson and his cabinet, including Robert S. McNamara and Dean Rusk; Nelson A. Rockefeller; Ladybird Johnson; Senators and Representatives; Malcolm X; the signing of the Civil Rights Bill with Martin Luther King, Jr.; astronauts Gus Grissom, John Young, and John Glenn; and protests and demonstrations, including the "Poor People's Campaign", with Jesse Jackson, Ralph Abernathy, and Coretta Scott King. Subseries 3.2 is arranged in alphabetical order. Subjects include Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Lyndon B. Johnson, along with their cabinet members and families. Other political figures or events include United States Senators and Congressmen, such as Barry Goldwater, J. William Fulbright, and Margaret Chase Smith, and the Democratic and Republican National Conventions from 1956-1968. Other subjects include the Korean War and other overseas locales such as Africa, Cuba, India, New Zealand, and Yugoslavia; Washington, D.C., landmarks include the U.S. Capitol Building, the U.S. Supreme Court Building, the State Department Building, and the White House. As in Subseries 1.1 and Series 2, multiple folder titles are based on Saturday Evening Post story titles.

Series 4 contains correspondence, awards, press travel packets, copies of images for exhibits and reference use, and a photograph assignment on the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. Of particular interest in the correspondence are letters between Atkins and the Saturday Evening Post about his work and other matters. Note that there is also correspondence and notes throughout the folders in the Series 3. The press packets document Nixon's travel abroad during his presidency and can be used in conjunction with the Nixon subject prints in Series 1. There are also publications that feature photographs by Atkins.

Series 5 contains mat photographs that span Atkins entire career from World War II to the White House. Subjects include World War II in Europe, the Korean War, and scenes from Africa, India, and the Middle East. Also pictured are American political figures such as Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard M. Nixon. Other subjects include protests on the National Mall, landmarks in Washington, D.C., and New York City, coal miners, and Fidel Castro.

Arrangement

Organized into five series:

Series 1: Prints, 1943-1974 (Boxes 1-48) Series 2: 4x5" Negatives, 1947-1956 (Boxes 49-57) Series 3: Negatives, Contact Sheets, Slides, 1945-1975 (Boxes 58-101) Series 4: Personal Papers, Exhibit Images, and Nature Photography, 1940s-1974 (Boxes 102-105, Oversize 13) Series 5: Oversize, 1943-1971 (Oversize 1-12)

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives also holds many other photograph collections including the Arthur E. Scott photograph collection.

The National Archives and Records Administration holds the negatives and contact sheets of the images contained in Subseries 1.2 and 1.3.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Persons:

  • Acheson, Dean, 1893-1971--Photographs.
  • Alsop, Joseph, 1910-1989--Photographs.
  • Alsop, Stewart--Photographs.
  • Baker, Robert Gene--Photographs.
  • Cannon, Clarence, 1879-1964--Photographs.
  • Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965--Photographs.
  • Connally, Tom, 1877-1963--Photographs.
  • Derounian, Steven B. (Steven Boghos), 1918-2007--Photographs.
  • Douglas, Paul H. (Paul Howard), 1892-1976--Photographs.
  • Duke, Angier Biddle, 1915-1995--Photographs.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969--Photographs.
  • Eisenhower, Julie Nixon--Photographs.
  • Eisenhower, Mamie Doud, 1896-1979--Photographs.
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006--Photographs.
  • Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998--Photographs.
  • Gore, Albert, 1907-1998---Photographs.
  • Hoffa, James R. (James Riddle), 1913---Photographs.
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007--Photographs.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973--Photographs.
  • Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009--Photographs.
  • Kennedy, Ethel, 1928---Photographs.
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--Photographs.
  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968--Photographs.
  • Lewis, John L. (John Llewellyn), 1880-1969--Photographs.
  • Mansfield, Mike, 1903-2001--Photographs.
  • McCarran, Pat, 1876-1954--Photographs.
  • McCormack, John W., 1891-1980--Photographs.
  • McNamara, Robert S., 1916-2009--Photographs.
  • Meany, George, 1894-1980--Photographs.
  • Mesta, Perle, ca. 1890-1975--Photographs.
  • Mink, Patsy T., 1927-2002--Photographs.
  • Minoso, Minnie, 1922---Photographs.
  • Moyers, Bill D.--Photographs.
  • Muskie, Edmund S., 1914-1996--Photographs.
  • Nixon, Pat, 1912-1993--Photographs.
  • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994--Photographs.
  • Nixon, Tricia--Photographs.
  • Olney, Warren, 1904-1978--Photographs.
  • Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994--Photographs.
  • Percy, Charles H., 1919---Photographs.
  • Reedy, George E., 1917-1999--Photographs.
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979--Photographs.
  • Romney, George W., 1907-1995--Photographs.
  • Rooney, John J., 1903-1975--Photographs.
  • Rusk, Dean, 1909-1994--Photographs.
  • Russell, Richard B. (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971--Photographs.
  • Sayre, Francis Bowes, 1915-2008--Photographs.
  • Scranton, William W. (William Warren), 1947---Photographs.
  • Symington, Stuart, 1901-1988--Photographs.
  • Taft, Robert, 1917-1993--Photographs.
  • Tree, Marietta, 1917-1991--Photographs.
  • Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972--Photographs.
  • Walker, Ernest P. (Ernest Pillsbury), 1891-1969--Photographs.
  • Whitehill, Arthur M. (Arthur Murray)--Photographs.
  • Woodruff, Robert Winship--Photographs.
  • Woods, Rose Mary--Photographs.
  • Corporate Names:

  • Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Photographs.
  • Marriott Hot Shoppes--Photographs.
  • North Carolina (Battleship : BB-55)--Photographs.
  • Statler Hotel (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Telegrafnoe agentstvo SSSR--Photographs.
  • Trinity Church (New York, N.Y.)--Photographs.
  • US Army Military Police School--Photographs.
  • United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • United States. Air Force--Photographs.
  • United States. Government Printing Office--Photographs.
  • United States. Navy--Photographs.
  • United States. Postal Inspection Service--Photographs.
  • Geographical Names:

  • Africa--Photographs.
  • India--Photographs.
  • Korea--Photographs.
  • Oval Office (White House, Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Reston (Va.)--Photographs.
  • Washington (D.C.)--Photographs.
  • White House (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Subjects:

  • Agriculture--Photographs.
  • Coal miners--Photographs.
  • Cold weather clothing--Photographs.
  • Entomology--Photographs.
  • Fighter planes--Photographs.
  • Korean War, 1950-1953--Photographs.
  • Oyster industry--Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.)--Photographs.
  • Presidents--Election--Photographs.
  • Sewing machines--Photographs.
  • Storage and moving trade--Photographs.
  • Submarines (Ships)--Photographs.
  • Unemployment--Photographs.
  • United States--Politics and government--20th century--Photographs.
  • Document Types:

  • Aerial photographs.
  • Group portraits.
  • Legislative hearings.
  • Negatives.
  • Photographic prints.
  • Portraits.
  • Slides.

Contents List

Series 1: Prints,
1943-1974
(48 boxes)

Series 1 contains almost all of the prints in the collection. The prints document Atkins' positions as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post and the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon. Many of the negatives of the prints in the first subseries can be found in Series 2 and 3.

  • Subseries 1.1: Subject,
    1940s-1974
    (15 boxes)

    This subseries consists largely of prints from Atkins work as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post in Washington, D.C. There are also photographs from Saturday Evening Post stories that Atkins contributed to and those folders are labeled with the title of the article. The scope notes provide additional information about the subjects of the photographs and the locations when the folder titles are not descriptive enough.

    • 1
      1
      Abernathy, Ralph,
      1960s
    • 1
      2
      Acheson, Dean,
      March 1950
    • 1
      3
      Adventure of the moving men,
      April 1953

      Storage and moving trade in Washington, D.C.

    • 1
      4
      Africa series,
      November-December 1960

      Guinea; Nigeria; South Africa

    • 1
      5
      Ainus, the people who lost their tongues,
      August 1951

      Japan

    • 1
      6
      Alsop, Stewart,
      1960s

      Portraits with family

    • 1
      7
      Alsop, Stewart,
      1960s

      U.S. Navy; U.S. Air Force; fighter plane; Africa; agriculture; John F. Kennedy

    • 1
      8
      The amazing Mr. Churchill,
      January 1952

      Winston Churchill, Harry Truman

    • 1
      9
      Apollo 11,
      July 20, 1969
    • 1
      10
      Apollo 15,
      July 30, 1969
    • 1
      11
      Are we letting our children down,
      March 1950

      School improvement programs in Arlington, Virginia

    • 1
      12
      Are you letting your trees die?,
      September 1950

      Entomology at Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

    • 1
      13
      Atkins, Oliver,
      1960s

      Oliver Atkins and Norman Rockwell

    • 1
      14
      Atkins, Oliver,
      1960s

      Oliver Atkins; Sid Caesar; Herbert Humphrey (autographed); Johnny Carson

    • 1
      15
      Atkins, Oliver,
      August 12, 1974

      Oliver Atkins and Gerald Ford

    • 1
      16
      Atkins, Oliver,
      1970s

      Portrait

    • 1
      17
      Baker, Bobby,
      1960s
    • 1
      18
      Bats are my best friends,
      1949

      Ernest P. Walker in Washington, D.C.

    • 1
      19
      Battleships,
      November 1962

      Includes negatives

    • 1
      20
      Big Business wants only a few Generals,
      February 1955

      American Machine & Foundry Company, New York City

    • 1
      21
      Big noise from Nebraska,
      June 1950

      Kenneth Wherry

    • 1
      22
      Boy orator from Big Tussle,
      1956

      Carl Albert and family; Sam Ragburn; John McCormack; Harold Cooley; taken in Washington, D.C.

    • 1
      23
      Bundy, McGeorge,
      1960s
    • 1
      24
      Busiest Vice President we ever had!,
      July 1953

      Richard M. Nixon in Washington, D.C.

    • 2
      1
      Can Senator Taft win his biggest fight?,
      February 1950

      Robert Taft in Canton, OH

    • 2
      2
      Can we stop the Soviet subs?,
      July 1960

      Washington, D.C.; Norfolk, Virginia; United States Navy

    • 2
      3
      The case for Democrats,
      August 1952

      Harry Truman; John Sparkman; Adlai Stevenson in Washington, D.C.

    • 2
      4
      The case for Republicans,
      August 1953

      Dwight D. Eisenhower in Boise, Idaho

    • 2
      5
      Case of the nervous syllables,
      April 1957

      Washington, D.C.; includes contact sheets

    • 2
      6
      Castro, Fidel,
      1950s
    • 2
      7
      Chase, Len,
      1960s
    • 2
      8
      Church, Frank,
      1960s
    • 2
      9
      Civil Rights, demonstrating at the White House,
      March 1965
    • 2
      10
      Civil Rights, march on Washington, D.C.,
      August 1963
    • 2
      11
      Clark, Joseph S.,
      1950s
    • 2
      12
      Clark, Ramsey,
      1960s
    • 2
      13
      Congress puts this show on the road,
      October 1952

      Joint Senate and House recording facility; Charles B. Brownson; A.S. "Mike" Monroney, in Washington, D.C.

    • 2
      14
      Congress verses the plunging neckline,
      November 1952

      Mrs. Winfield Smart and family in Falls Church, Virginia

    • 2
      15
      Congressional hearings,
      1953-1956

      Robert F. Kennedy; John McClellan; Harry Dexter White Case; Dave Beck; Gun control; Racketeering

    • 2
      16
      The curious case of the Presidents' bathtubs,
      June 1952

      Bathtubs, Washington, D.C.

    • 2
      17
      Darnedest place in Washington,
      June 1950

      Library of Congress; Luther Evans

    • 2
      18
      Decline of Horatio Alger,
      September 1950

      Boy reading, taken in Fairfax, Virginia

    • 2
      19
      Deer,
      1970s
    • 2
      20
      Democratic National Convention,
      1956
    • 2
      21
      Democratic National Convention,
      1968
    • 2
      22
      Demonstration for Israel in La Fayette Park,
      June 1967
    • 2
      23
      Desperate people at my door,
      December 1950

      Unemployment, Washington, D.C.

    • 2
      24
      That dizzy diplomatic whirl,
      April 1957

      Ambassadors in Washington, D.C.

    • 2
      25
      Dodd, Thomas J.,
      1950s
    • 2
      26
      Dogs,
      1960s
    • 2
      27
      Don't junk the Marshall Plan yet!,
      March 1950

      Portrait of Pat McCarran in Washington, D.C.

    • 2
      28
      Dulles, John Foster,
      1950s
    • 2
      29
      Eisenhower, Dwight,
      1952-1956
    • 3
      1
      Eisenhower, Dwight,
      1953-1954
    • 3
      2
      Elder Benson's going to catch it,
      1953

      Ezra Taft Benson; Hume, Virginia; Washington, D.C.

    • 3
      3
      Ervin, Sam,
      1960s
    • 3
      4
      The feast of hungry shipbuilders,
      February 1957

      Federal Maritime Administration; Washington, D.C.

    • 3
      5
      Fidel Castro protest at White House,
      1950s
    • 3
      6
      Ford, Gerald,
      August 9, 12, 1974

      Julie and David Eisenhower; Alexander Haig; Ford family; Presidential swearing-in ceremony; Joint address to Congress

    • 3
      7
      Fulbright, William J.,
      1960s

      Portraits

    • 3
      8
      Furness, Betty,
      1960s
    • 3
      9
      George Mason College,
      1960s
    • 3
      10
      George Mason College dedication,
      1964
    • 3
      11
      George Mason College dedication,
      1964
    • 3
      12
      Ghana,
      November 1960
    • 3
      13
      Gold at the end of Wall Street,
      August 1952

      Battle Creek, Michigan; Delaware; New York City; Trinity Church

    • 3
      14
      Goldwater, Barry,
      1960s

      Betty Goldwater; William Miller; John McClellan

    • 4
      1
      Guinea,
      November 1960
    • 4
      2
      Handy man with milk shake,
      September 1948

      Marriott Hot Shoppe in Arlington, Virginia

    • 4
      3
      The hard life of a new Congressman,
      June 1953

      Steven Derounian; Andrews Air Force Base; Washington, D.C.; Mineola, New York

    • 4
      4
      He licked the old man of the Senate,
      October 1951

      Albert Gore and family in Carthage, Tennessee

    • 4
      5
      He wants to keep Washington honest,
      August 1949

      "Five percenters" investigation in Washington, D.C.

    • 4
      6
      Headaches of a hotel keeper (parts 2 and 3),
      May 1950

      Statler Hotel; Washington, D.C.; New York City; Boston

    • 4
      7
      Here's what's behind Ike's grin,
      August 1952

      Dwight D. Eisenhower; Marie Eisenhower; Chicago; New York City; Denver

    • 4
      8
      Herter, Christian,
      1950s-1960s
    • 4
      9
      Hoffa, James,
      1950s-1960s
    • 4
      10
      Hoover, J. Edgar,
      1950s-1960s

      portrait

    • 4
      11
      How civil service is handcuffing Ike,
      June 1953

      Washington, D.C.; McLean; Arlington, Virginia

    • 4
      12
      How Harry Truman does his job,
      March 1949

      Harry Truman; Fred Vinson; in Key West, Florida

    • 4
      13
      How my hired man handles me,
      March 1953

      Agriculture in Zirconia, North Carolina

    • 4
      14
      How the Slovak underground fights,
      November 1951

      Dr. V. Stefan Krajcovic in Washington, D.C.

    • 4
      15
      Humphrey, Hubert H. ,
      1960s
    • 4
      16
      I saw us bungle defense agreements in Europe,
      September 28, 1953

      Gordon W. Rule in Washington, D.C.

    • 4
      17
      I say he's a wonderful guy,
      July 1952

      Richard M. Nixon and family in Washington, D.C.

    • 4
      18
      I'm guilty I built a modern house,
      January 1950

      Modern movement (architecture); Washington, D.C.

    • 4
      19
      India,
      1950s
    • 4
      20
      Iwo Jima Memorial,
      November 10, 1954
    • 4
      21
      Javits, Jacob,
      1960s

      Portrait

    • 4
      22
      Jazwinski, Zdzislaw J.,
      August 1953

      Andrews Air Force Base

    • 4
      23
      Jazz concert,
      1950s
    • 4
      24
      Johnson, Lady Bird,
      1964
    • 4
      25
      Johnson, Louie,
      June 1949
    • 5
      1
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1950s
    • 5
      2
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1961-1963
    • 5
      3
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1964

      Presidential campaign

    • 5
      4
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1965

      Inauguration

    • 5
      5
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1969

      Oval office

    • 5
      6
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1968

      Lyndon B. Johnson with cabinet members and advisors

    • 5
      7
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1968

      Lyndon B. Johnson with cabinet members and advisors

    • 5
      8
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1968

      Portraits

    • 5
      9
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1968

      Portraits

    • 5
      10
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1968

      Lyndon B. Johnson with Lady Bird Johnson

    • 5
      11
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      November 1964

      Lyndon B. Johnson ranch

    • 6
      1
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      circa 1960
    • 6
      2
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1960s

      Hubert Humphrey; Pope Paul VI

    • 6
      3
      Julius and Ethel Rosenberg protest,
      1953
    • 6
      4
      Just what the doctor ordered,
      December 1949

      Hospital care in New York City

    • 6
      5
      Kefauver, Estes,
      1960s
    • 6
      6
      Kennedy, Edward M.,
      1960s
    • 6
      7
      Kennedy, Jacqueline,
      1950s-1960s
    • 6
      8
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1940s

      World War II

    • 6
      9
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1943

      World War II

    • 6
      10
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1952-1953

      Playing football and sailing

    • 6
      11
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1952-1953

      Kennedy family

    • 6
      12
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1953-1961
    • 6
      13
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1950s-1960s

      Robert F. Kennedy; Ethel Kennedy; John F. Kennedy family

    • 6
      14
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1961-1963, 1971

      Official White House portrait and other portraits

    • 7
      1
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1953-1961
    • 7
      2
      Kennedy, John F.,
      December 1959

      Campaigning in Colorado

    • 7
      3
      Kennedy, John F.,
      February 1960

      Campaigning in Wisconsin

    • 7
      4
      Kennedy, John F.,
      July 1960

      Democratic Convention in California

    • 7
      5
      Kennedy, John F.,
      September 1960

      Campaigning

    • 7
      6
      Kennedy, John F.,
      September 1960

      Campaigning in California

    • 7
      7
      Kennedy, John F.,
      September 1960

      Campaigning in Michigan

    • 7
      8
      Kennedy, John F.,
      September 1960

      Campaigning in Texas

    • 7
      9
      Kennedy, John F.,
      September 1960

      Campaigning in Washington

    • 7
      10
      Kennedy, John F.,
      September 1960

      Television debate with Richard M. Nixon

    • 7
      11
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1961

      Ceremonies and gatherings

    • 8
      1
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1961

      Meetings with staff and international leaders

    • 8
      2
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1961

      Oval office

    • 8
      3
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1961

      Press conferences

    • 8
      4
      Kennedy, John F.,
      January 1961

      Inauguration

    • 8
      5
      Kennedy, John F.,
      January 1961

      State of the Union

    • 8
      6
      Kennedy, John F.,
      November 1963

      Funeral

    • 8
      7
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1963

      Assassination and related events

    • 8
      8
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1958

      Labor racketeering hearings; John McClellan

    • 9
      1
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1960s

      Portraits

    • 9
      2
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1960s

      Robert F. Kennedy family

    • 9
      3
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1960

      Democratic convention in California; Kenneth O'Donnell and Pierre Salinger

    • 9
      4
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      June 1963
    • 9
      5
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1968

      Presidential campaign announcement

    • 9
      6
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1968

      Presidential campaign in California

    • 9
      7
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      June 1968

      Funeral service

    • 9
      8
      Khrushchev, Nikita,
      1960s
    • 9
      9
      Knowland, William,
      January 1953

      Mr. and Mrs. Knowland

    • 9
      10
      Korea,
      1950s

      Syngman Rhee

    • 9
      11
      Korea,
      May-June 1951
    • 9
      12
      Korean War,
      1951

      Two terrible nights with the 23rd

    • 9
      13
      Korean War,
      1951

      General file

    • 9
      14
      Korean War,
      1951

      The fighting French

    • 9
      15
      Korean War,
      1951

      Greeks know how to die

    • 9
      16
      Korean War,
      1951

      How well do Negroes fight

    • 10
      1
      Korean War,
      1951

      The worlds worst railroad headache

    • 10
      2
      Korean War,
      1951

      Nurses story; original article manuscript; Far East command press releases

    • 10
      3
      Korean War,
      1951

      Machine gunners; article manuscript

    • 10
      4
      Independence of Korea,
      circa 1948
    • 10
      5
      Korean War,
      1951

      The flying poison

    • 10
      6
      Korean War,
      1951

      The Chinese telegraph their punch

    • 10
      7
      Japan,
      1951

      Marines

    • 10
      8
      Japan,
      1951

      Hokkaido story

    • 10
      9
      Korea,
      1951

      Kaesong Conference

    • 11
      1
      Korean War,
      April 1951
    • 11
      2
      Korean War,
      1951

      Refugees

    • 11
      3
      Korean War,
      March 1951
    • 11
      4
      Korean War,
      March 1951

      The big thaw

    • 11
      5
      Korean War cease fire,
      July 1951
    • 11
      6
      Korean War,
      May 1951

      The pious killer of Korea; United States Air Force

    • 11
      7
      Lake Anne Village in Reston, Virginia,
      1960s
    • 11
      8
      The lungs won't have to be ravaged,
      1948-1949

      Coal miners in White Haven, Pennsylvania and Affinity, West Virginia

    • 11
      9
      The man who looks like Truman,
      January 1951

      Actor Irving Fisher in New York City

    • 11
      10
      Mansfield, Michael,
      1960s
    • 11
      11
      March on Washington,
      August 28, 1963
    • 11
      12
      Marshall, Thurgood,
      1950s
    • 11
      13
      Martin, William McChesney,
      1960s
    • 11
      14
      Mayfield, Catfish,
      1960s
    • 11
      15
      McCarthy, Eugene,
      1960s
    • 11
      16
      McCarthy, Joseph R.,
      1950s
    • 11
      17
      McCormack, John W.,
      1960s

      Everett M. Dirksen

    • 11
      18
      McNamara, Robert S.,
      April 1966
    • 11
      19
      Meany, George,
      1960s
    • 11
      20
      Mini-skirts,
      1960s
    • 11
      21
      Mock air raid,
      June 1954

      Olney, Maryland

    • 11
      22
      The money surgeon,
      May 1953

      Burned and mutilated currency unit of the Currency Redemption Division of the Treasury Department

    • 11
      23
      Morse, Wayne,
      1960s
    • 11
      24
      Mr. Hell on wheels,
      1951

      Detroit, Michigan; Northern Virginia; Avon Lake, Ohio; Fruehauf trailer company

    • 11
      25
      Mr. Singer's money machine,
      May 1951

      Sewing machine use in Tokyo, Japan

    • 12
      1
      The multimillionaire nobody knows,
      December 1950
    • 12
      2
      Mundt, Karl,
      1960s
    • 12
      3
      Murder by mail,
      May 1952

      United States Postal Inspection Service in Washington, D.C.

    • 12
      4
      My customers get garden fever every spring,
      1952

      Rockville, Maryland

    • 12
      5
      The mystery of your murder,
      January 1952

      Woods Hole, Massachusetts

    • 12
      6
      National Cathedral,
      September 1974

      Washington, D.C.; includes contact sheets and negatives

    • 12
      7
      Nehru, Jawaharlal,
      1960s
    • 12
      8
      Nigeria,
      November 1960
    • 12
      9
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1950s
    • 12
      10
      Nixon, Richard M. and family,
      1950s
    • 12
      11
      Nobody loves Clarence,
      February 1950

      Harry Truman; Portrait of Clarence Cannon; Washington, D.C.

    • 12
      12
      Objects,
      1960s
    • 12
      13
      The old school bus goes adventuring,
      May 1950

      Ozark, Arkansas students travel to New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.

    • 12
      14
      Operations Research Office,
      September 1951

      Chevy Chase and Aberdeen, Maryland; Washington, D.C.

    • 12
      15
      O'Toole, George,
      1960s
    • 12
      16
      Outdoor activity,
      1960s
    • 12
      17
      Pentagon demonstration,
      September 1967
    • 12
      18
      Pentagon protest,
      October 1967
    • 12
      19
      Percy, Charles,
      1960s
    • 12
      20
      Peterson, Peter G.,
      1970s
    • 12
      21
      Poor people's campaign in Washington, D.C.,
      June 1968
    • 13
      1
      Portraits of Congressmen,
      1950s-1960s
    • 13
      2
      Portraits of unidentified woman in Washington, D.C.,
      1950s-1960s
    • 13
      3
      Potter, Charles,
      November 1952
    • 13
      4
      Powell, Adam Clayton,
      1960s
    • 13
      5
      Rayburn, Samuel T.,
      1950s
    • 13
      6
      Republic of the Congo,
      1960
    • 13
      7
      Republican National Convention,
      1956

      Henry C. Lodge

    • 13
      8
      Reuther, Walter and George Meany in Washington, D.C.,
      1960s
    • 13
      9
      Rhodesia,
      December 1960
    • 13
      10
      Rickover, Hyman G. in Washington, D.C.,
      1950s
    • 13
      11
      Rockefeller, Nelson,
      1950s-1960s
    • 13
      12
      Rockwell, George Lincoln,
      1960s
    • 13
      13
      Rockwell, Norman,
      1960s
    • 13
      14
      Roosevelt, Eleanor,
      1950s
    • 13
      15
      Roosevelt, Franklin Delano,
      1940s
    • 13
      16
      The Rosenberg case: Judge Kaufman's two terrible years,
      June 1953

      Rosenberg execution protest in Washington, D.C.

    • 13
      17
      Rusk, Dean,
      1960s
    • 13
      18
      Salinger, Pierre,
      1960s
    • 13
      19
      The Senate's private eye,
      January 1952

      John I. Williams and Preston C. Williams

    • 13
      20
      The Senator loves a fight,
      1950

      Tom Connally in Washington, D.C.

    • 13
      21
      Senegal,
      November 1960
    • 13
      22
      She teaches Washington to put on airs,
      August 1953

      Agnes McCall Parker in Washington, D.C.

    • 13
      23
      Smartest dog in Maryland,
      August 1950

      Bird dogs in Annapolis, Maryland

    • 13
      24
      Smith, Margaret Chase,
      1960s
    • 13
      25
      So he's going to clean up boxing,
      January 1952

      Commissioner Bob Christenberry in New York City

    • 13
      26
      South Africa,
      December 1960
    • 13
      27
      Stalin's American snoops,
      November 1950

      Telegraph agents of the USSR in Washington, D.C.

    • 13
      28
      Stevenson, Adlai E.,
      1960s
    • 13
      29
      Symington, Stuart,
      1960s
    • 13
      30
      They just love to wreck things,
      February 1957

      Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Aberdeen, Maryland

    • 13
      31
      They track down outlaw broadcasters,
      October 1951

      Washington, D.C.

    • 13
      32
      They've got all the answers,
      August 1950

      Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C.; Arlington, Virginia

    • 14
      1
      Togoland,
      November 1960
    • 14
      2
      The toughest job feeding Ike,
      November 1952

      Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington, D.C.

    • 14
      3
      Truman, Harry,
      1940s-1950s

      Portrait signed by Truman to Ollie Atkins

    • 14
      4
      Truman, Harry,
      1940s-1950s
    • 14
      5
      Unkle Sam's hair shirt crime-buster,
      August 1954
    • 14
      6
      U.S. Army 82nd airborne division ceremonies,
      1960s
    • 14
      7
      U.S. Capitol Building,
      January 1959

      Senate subway construction

    • 14
      8
      The unusual riddle of the oyster,
      September 1951

      Marine biology in Milford, Connecticut

    • 14
      9
      U.S.S. Forrestal fire,
      July 29, 1967
    • 14
      10
      U.S.S. North Carolina in Wilmington, North Carolina,
      1950s
    • 14
      11
      Vance, Cyrus,
      1960s
    • 14
      12
      Von Braun, Wernher,
      1950s
    • 14
      13
      Wallace, George,
      1960s
    • 14
      14
      Warren commission report,
      1960s

      Librarian with full set of volumes

    • 14
      15
      Warren, Earl,
      1954
    • 14
      16
      Washington, D.C., buildings and monuments,
      1950s-1960s
    • 14
      17
      Washington, D.C., hearings and events,
      1950s
    • 14
      18
      Washington, D.C., people and places,
      1960s
    • 14
      19
      Washington, D.C., scenes,
      1950s-1960s
    • 14
      20
      Washington, D.C., tourist views,
      1950s
    • 15
      1
      Washington's flossiest hotel,
      July 1949

      Carlton Hotel; John L. Lewis; Washington, D.C.

    • 15
      2
      We flew 8 miles up,
      March 1950

      United States Air Force at Patuxent Naval Air Station in Maryland

    • 15
      3
      We found Lincoln's lost bank account,
      November 1952

      Roland T. Carr and William A. Heilprin at Riggs National Bank in Washington, D.C.

    • 15
      4
      We tried to clean up Washington's dope racket,
      August 1953

      Thomas A. Walden in Washington, D.C.

    • 15
      5
      We're betting our shirt on the atomic submarine,
      March 1949

      Submarine in Key West, Florida

    • 15
      6
      We're licking the terror of the Artic,
      June 1952

      Cold weather clothing tests in Lawrence, Massachusetts

    • 15
      7
      Whalen, Richard J.,
      1960s
    • 15
      8
      What is the CIA up to?,
      1954

      Allen Dulles

    • 15
      9
      What makes a military police tough,
      January 1951

      Camp Gordon, Georgia; U.S. Army Military Police School

    • 15
      10
      What would you do with triplets?,
      November 1951

      Dayton, Ohio; Yellow Springs, Ohio

    • 15
      11
      What's so bad about a professor's job,
      January 1950

      Arthur M. Whitehill and family; Chapel Hill, North Carolina

    • 15
      12
      White House,
      1970s
    • 15
      13
      Why has Washington gone crazy?,
      June 1950

      Joe McCarthy checking a pone for wire tapping

    • 15
      14
      Williams, Edward Bennett,
      1960s
    • 15
      15
      World's most glamorous trash heap,
      February 1952

      Washington, D.C.

    • 15
      16
      Yugoslavia,
      1953
  • Subseries 1.2: Nixon White House Subject, 1968-1974
    (23 boxes)

    This subseries consists of prints from Atkins's work as Chief White House Photographer during the Richard M. Nixon Administration. The images document life in the White House, press conferences, visiting foreign leaders, presidential visits abroad, vacations, and Nixon's final days in office following his resignation. There are also numerous photographs of the Nixon's wife, Pat, and his daughters, Julie and Tricia.

    • 16
      1
      African Americans,
      1969-1974
    • 16
      2
      Air Force One,
      1969-1974
    • 16
      3
      Armed Forces,
      1969-1974
    • 16
      4
      Armed Forces,
      1969-1974
    • 16
      5
      Arrivals - State,
      1969-1974
    • 16
      6
      Astronauts and Space,
      1969-1974
    • 16
      7
      Cabinet,
      1969-1974
    • 17
      1
      Cabinet,
      1969-1974
    • 17
      2
      Cabinet,
      1969-1974
    • 17
      3
      Cabinet,
      1969-1974
    • 17
      4
      Campaign,
      1968
    • 17
      5
      Campaign,
      1970
    • 17
      6
      Campaign,
      1972
    • 17
      7
      Campaign,
      1972
    • 18
      1
      Campaign,
      1972
    • 18
      2
      Campaign,
      1972

      Copy negative

    • 18
      3
      Camp David,
      1969-1974
    • 18
      4
      Cartoons,
      1969-1974
    • 18
      5
      Children,
      1969-1974
    • 18
      6
      Children,
      1969-1974
    • 18
      7
      Church Services and Religious Figures,
      1969-1974
    • 18
      8
      Church Services and Religious Figures,
      1969-1974
    • 18
      9
      Church Services and Religious Figures,
      1969-1974
    • 19
      1
      Congressional Addressing,
      1969-1974
    • 19
      2
      Congress - Groups,
      1969-1974
    • 19
      3
      Congress - Groups,
      1969-1974
    • 19
      4
      Congress - Individual,
      1969-1974
    • 19
      5
      Congress - Individual,
      1969-1974
    • 19
      6
      Congress - Individual,
      1969-1974
    • 20
      1
      Congress - Individual,
      1969-1974
    • 20
      2
      Convention,
      1972
    • 20
      3
      Crowds,
      1969-1974
    • 20
      4
      Crowds,
      1969-1974
    • 20
      5
      Dedications,
      1969-1974
    • 20
      6
      Dinner Parties - White House,
      1969-1974
    • 20
      7
      Diplomatic,
      1969-1974
    • 20
      8
      Diplomatic,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      1
      Diplomatic,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      2
      Dogs,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      3
      Drugs,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      4
      David Eisenhower,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      5
      Mamie Eisenhower, John Eisenhower,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      6
      Elderly With President,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      7
      Entertainers,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      8
      Entertainers,
      1969-1974
    • 21
      9
      Family Pictures,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      1
      Family Pictures,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      2
      Family Pictures,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      3
      Governors,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      4
      Governors,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      5
      Flood - Pennsylvania,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      6
      Funerals,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      7
      Funerals,
      1969-1974
    • 22
      8
      Handicapped,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      1
      Heads Of State - Africa,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      2
      Head Of State - Australia,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      3
      Heads Of State - Arab,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      4
      Heads Of State - France,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      5
      Heads Of State - Canada,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      6
      Heads Of State - Great Britain,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      7
      Heads Of State - India,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      8
      Heads Of State - Iran,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      9
      Heads Of State - Israel,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      10
      Heads Of State - Italy,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      11
      Heads Of State - Japan,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      1
      Head Of State - Netherlands and Belgium,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      2
      Heads Of State - Pakistan,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      3
      Head Of State - Romania,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      4
      Head Of State - Scandinavia,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      5
      Head Of State - S.E. Asia,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      6
      Head Of State - Spain,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      7
      Head Of State - South and Central America,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      8
      Head Of State - Turkey,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      9
      Head Of State - USSR,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      10
      Head Of State - USSR,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      11
      Head Of State - West Germany,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      12
      Head Of State - Yugoslavia,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      13
      Helicopter,
      1969-1974
    • 24
      14
      Illness - President,
      1969-1974
    • 25
      1
      Inauguration,
      1968
    • 25
      2
      Inauguration,
      1973
    • 25
      3
      Inauguration,
      1973
    • 25
      4
      Julie - Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 25
      5
      Julie - Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 25
      6
      Julie and David - Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 25
      7
      Key Biscayne,
      1969-1974
    • 25
      8
      Labor Leaders,
      1969-1974
    • 26
      1
      Last Days,
      August 7-9, 1974
    • 26
      2
      Last Days,
      August 7-9, 1974
    • 26
      3
      Law Enforcement,
      1969-1974
    • 26
      4
      Marriots,
      1969-1974
    • 26
      5
      Mayors,
      1969-1974
    • 26
      6
      Mrs. Pat Nixon Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 26
      7
      Mrs. Pat Nixon Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 26
      8
      Mrs. Pat Nixon Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 26
      9
      Mrs. Pat Nixon Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      1
      Mrs. Nixon Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      2
      National Security Council,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      3
      Past Presidents,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      4
      Photo Office - Personal,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      5
      Pollution,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      6
      President and Poets,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      7
      President Playing Piano,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      8
      President Walking,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      9
      President's Office - Executive Office Building,
      1969-1974

      Contact sheets and negatives.

    • 27
      10
      Presidential Portraits - Formal,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      11
      Presidential Portraits - Informal and Candid,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      12
      Presidential Portraits - Informal and Candid,
      1969-1974
    • 27
      13
      Presidential Portraits - Informal and Candid,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      1
      Presidential Portraits - Informal and Candid,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      2
      Presidential Seal,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      3
      Presidential Yacht,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      4
      Presentations,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      5
      Presentations,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      6
      Press Conference,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      7
      Press Conference,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      8
      Press - General,
      1969-1974
    • 28
      9
      Press - General,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      1
      Press - General,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      2
      San Clemente - Beach,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      3
      San Clemente - Events,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      4
      San Clemente - Events,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      5
      San Clemente - Residence,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      6
      San Clemente - Residence,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      7
      Signing Ceremonies,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      8
      Signing Ceremonies,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      1
      Signing Ceremonies,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      2
      Speaking - President,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      3
      Speaking - President,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      4
      Speaking - President,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      5
      Sports,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      6
      Sports,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      7
      Staff With President - Group,
      1969-1974
    • 31
      1
      Staff With President - Group,
      1969-1974
    • 31
      2
      Staff With President - Group,
      1969-1974
    • 31
      3
      Staff With President - Individual,
      1969-1974
    • 31
      4
      Staff With President - Individual,
      1969-1974
    • 31
      5
      Staff With President - Individual,
      1969-1974
    • 31
      6
      Staff Without President,
      1969-1974
    • 31
      7
      Staff Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 32
      1
      Staff Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 32
      2
      Staff Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 32
      3
      Staff Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 32
      4
      Staff Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 32
      5
      Staff Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 32
      6
      Supreme Court Justices,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      1
      Swearing In Ceremonies,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      2
      Swearing In Ceremonies,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      3
      Tornado - Xenia, Ohio,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      4
      Tricia - Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      5
      Tricia - Activities,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      6
      Tricia and Ed - Portraits,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      7
      Trip To Africa - Mrs. Nixon,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      8
      Trip To Azores - Pompidou,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      9
      Trip To Bermuda - Heath,
      1969-1974
    • 33
      10
      Trip To China,
      February 1972
    • 34
      1
      Trip To China,
      February 1972
    • 34
      2
      Trip To China,
      February 1972
    • 34
      3
      Trip To China,
      February 1972
    • 34
      4
      Trip To China,
      February 1972
    • 34
      5
      Trip To China,
      February 1972
    • 34
      6
      Trip To Europe,
      1969
    • 34
      7
      Trip To Europe,
      1970
    • 35
      1
      Trip To Hawaii - Mrs. Nixon,
      1969-1974
    • 35
      2
      Trip To Iceland - Pompidou,
      1969-1974
    • 35
      3
      Trip To Mexico,
      1969-1970
    • 35
      4
      Trip To Mideast,
      1969-1974
    • 35
      5
      Trip To Mideast,
      1969-1974
    • 35
      6
      Trip To Mideast,
      1969-1974
    • 35
      7
      Trip To Pacific,
      1969
    • 35
      8
      Trip To Russia,
      1970-973
    • 35
      9
      Trip To Russia,
      1970-1973
    • 36
      1
      Trip To Russia,
      June 1972
    • 36
      2
      Trip To Russia,
      June 1972
    • 36
      3
      Trip To Russia,
      June 1972
    • 36
      4
      Trip To Russia,
      June 1972
    • 36
      5
      Trip To Russia,
      1974
    • 36
      6
      Trip To Russia,
      1974
    • 36
      7
      Trip to South America - Mrs. Nixon,
      March 1974
    • 37
      1
      Trip Around The World,
      1969
    • 37
      2
      Trip Around The World,
      1969
    • 37
      3
      Trip Around The World,
      1969
    • 37
      4
      Urban Renewal,
      1969-1974
    • 37
      5
      Vietnam Peace Talks and POW Pictures,
      1969-1974
    • 37
      6
      Vice President Agnew,
      1969-1974
    • 37
      7
      Vice President Agnew,
      1969-1974
    • 37
      8
      Vice President Ford,
      1969-1974
    • 38
      1
      (Tricia's) Wedding,
      1971
    • 38
      2
      (Tricia's) Wedding,
      1971
    • 38
      3
      White House - Exteriors,
      1969-1974
    • 38
      4
      White House - Exteriors,
      1969-1974
    • 38
      5
      White House - Interiors,
      1969-1974
    • 38
      6
      White House - Oval Office,
      1969-1974
    • 38
      7
      Women With The President,
      1969-1974
    • 38
      8
      Youth With President,
      1969-1974
  • Subseries 1.3: Nixon White House Chronological, 1968-1974
    (10 boxes)

    Subseries 1.3 consists of both 8x10" and 11x14" prints arranged chronologically from Atkins' work as the personal photographer to President Richard M. Nixon. The prints cover much of the same subject matter as in Subseries 1.2 and in some cases are duplicates. Unlike Subseries 1.2, most of the prints are black and white.

    • 39
      1
      Chronological,
      February 3-13, 1968
    • 39
      2
      Chronological,
      February 14-27, 1968
    • 39
      3
      Chronological,
      March 1-31, 1968
    • 39
      4
      Chronological,
      April 1-14, 1968
    • 39
      5
      Chronological,
      April 15-29, 1968
    • 39
      6
      Chronological,
      May 1-23, 1968
    • 39
      7
      Chronological,
      July 4-27, 1968
    • 39
      8
      Chronological,
      September 1968
    • 40
      1
      Chronological,
      October 1968
    • 40
      2
      Chronological,
      November 1968
    • 40
      3
      Chronological,
      January 20-31, 1969
    • 40
      4
      Chronological,
      July 28-31, 1969
    • 40
      5
      Chronological,
      August 1-27, 1969
    • 40
      6
      Chronological,
      September 6-28, 1969
    • 40
      7
      Chronological,
      December 4-31, 1969
    • 41
      1
      Chronological,
      January 3-31, 1970
    • 41
      2
      Chronological,
      February 19-March 16, 1970
    • 41
      3
      Chronological,
      April 10-29, 1970
    • 41
      4
      Chronological,
      May 9-29, 1970
    • 41
      5
      Chronological,
      June 3-30, 1970
    • 41
      6
      Chronological,
      July 1-21, 1970
    • 41
      7
      Chronological,
      July 22-29, 1970
    • 41
      8
      Chronological,
      August 1-28, 1970
    • 41
      9
      Chronological,
      September 16-28, 1970
    • 41
      10
      Chronological,
      October 5-13, 1970
    • 41
      11
      Chronological,
      October 14-24, 1970
    • 42
      1
      Chronological,
      October 25-28, 1970
    • 42
      2
      Chronological,
      October 29-30, 1970
    • 42
      3
      Chronological,
      October 31, 1970
    • 42
      4
      Chronological,
      November 1-11, 1970
    • 42
      5
      Chronological,
      December 1-30, 1970
    • 42
      6
      Chronological,
      January 1-13,1971
    • 42
      7
      Chronological,
      January 14-26, 1971
    • 42
      8
      Chronological,
      February 5-27, 1971
    • 43
      1
      Chronological,
      March 1-26, 1971
    • 43
      2
      Chronological,
      April 12-30, 1971
    • 43
      3
      Chronological,
      May 1-29, 1971
    • 43
      4
      Chronological,
      June 12-22, 1971
    • 43
      5
      Chronological,
      July 7-18, 1971
    • 43
      6
      Chronological,
      August 1-8, 1971
    • 43
      7
      Chronological,
      August 10-18, 1971
    • 43
      8
      Chronological,
      August 19-26, 1971
    • 43
      9
      Chronological,
      September 3-30, 1971
    • 44
      1
      Chronological,
      October 16-29. 1971
    • 44
      2
      Chronological,
      November 8-29, 1971
    • 44
      3
      Chronological,
      December 1-25, 1972
    • 44
      4
      Chronological,
      January 2-9, 1972
    • 44
      5
      Chronological,
      February 2-26, 1972
    • 44
      6
      Chronological,
      February 4-28, 1972
    • 44
      7
      Chronological,
      April 5-19, 1972
    • 44
      8
      Chronological,
      May 4-24, 1972
    • 45
      1
      Chronological,
      June 1, 1972
    • 45
      2
      Chronological,
      July 5-28, 1972
    • 45
      3
      Chronological,
      August 11, 1972
    • 45
      4
      Chronological,
      August 19-22, 1972
    • 45
      5
      Chronological,
      August 23-27, 1972
    • 45
      6
      Chronological,
      September 9-29, 1972
    • 45
      7
      Chronological,
      October 5-21, 1972
    • 45
      8
      Chronological,
      November 5-7, 1972
    • 45
      9
      Chronological,
      November 13-20, 1972
    • 46
      1
      Chronological,
      November 21, 1972
    • 46
      2
      Chronological,
      November 22-27, 1972
    • 46
      3
      Chronological,
      December 8, 1972
    • 46
      4
      Chronological,
      January 4-20, 1973
    • 46
      5
      Chronological,
      February 2-21, 1973
    • 46
      6
      Chronological,
      March 17-29, 1973
    • 46
      7
      Chronological,
      April 4-27, 1973
    • 46
      8
      Chronological,
      May 2-25, 1973
    • 46
      9
      Chronological,
      May 26-31, 1973
    • 46
      10
      Chronological,
      June 5-29, 1973
    • 46
      11
      Chronological,
      July 2-31, 1973
    • 46
      12
      Chronological,
      August 3-20, 1973
    • 46
      13
      Chronological,
      September 22, 1973
    • 46
      14
      Chronological,
      October 8-26, 1973
    • 47
      1
      Chronological,
      December 11-27, 1973
    • 47
      2
      Chronological,
      January 17-30, 1974
    • 47
      3
      Chronological,
      February 13,1974
    • 47
      4
      Chronological,
      March 12-30, 1974
    • 47
      5
      Chronological,
      April 19-29, 1974
    • 47
      6
      Chronological,
      May 30-31, 1974
    • 47
      7
      Chronological,
      June 2-27, 1974
    • 47
      8
      Chronological,
      June 28-30, 1974
    • 47
      9
      Chronological,
      July 1-3, 1974
    • 47
      10
      Chronological,
      July 8-28, 1974
    • 48
      1
      Chronological,
      August 7-8, 1974
    • 48
      2
      Chronological,
      August 9, 1974
    • 48
      3
      Undated

      1 of 4; 1968 campaign

    • 48
      4
      Undated

      2 of 4; 1968 campaign

    • 48
      5
      Undated

      3 of 4; 1968 campaign

    • 48
      6
      Undated

      4 of 4; 1968 campaign

Series 2: 4x5" Negatives,
1947-1956
(9 boxes)

Series 2 contains 4x5" negatives created during Atkins's tenure as a photographer for the Saturday Evening Post. Subjects include American political figures, such as Dwight D. Eisenhower, Alben W. Barkley, George Marshall, and Tom Connally; Washington, D.C., sites, such as the White House, the Library of Congress, and Howard University; and religious leaders, such as Ezra Taft Benson and Prophet Jones. Other subjects include American businessmen, military figures, and average citizens. Folder numbers refer to numbered "packets" containing multiple negatives of the same subject. Box 58 contains negatives other than 4x5" that could not be housed in the same containers. Some of these negatives are from the same stories and have the same packet numbering. Detailed caption descriptions for these packets can be found in Series 4. The dates following the titles refer to the story publication dates, and the dates in the scope notes refer to the dates that Atkins' took the photographs.

  • 49
    1
    Your Garden is Their Business,
    April 9, 1955

    Ferry-Morse Seed Company, Detroit, Michigan, January 1955; 18 negatives

  • 49
    2
    George Allen - When a President Needs Friend,
    May 5, 1956

    March 1956; 9 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 49
    4
    Fort Lauderdale - New Style in Florida Booms,
    February 18, 1956

    December 1955; 34 negatives

  • 49
    5
    Scientific Muscle Man,
    March 8, 1952

    Includes Winston Churchill and Harry S. Truman; 36 negatives

  • 49
    6
    Tough Job for a Soldier,
    October 15, 1955

    Maxwell Taylor, August 1955; 14 negatives

  • 49
    7
    The Secrets of Jamestown,
    February 9, 1957

    Jamestown, Virginia, May 1956; 17 negatives

  • 49
    8
    Boss of the Bindman,
    March 10, 1956

    Donald Quarles; 13 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 49
    10
    Ever Get Spots on Your Clothes,
    November 19, 1955

    National Institute of Dry Cleaning; 19 negatives

  • 49
    11
    Damndest Place in Washington,
    August 19, 1950

    Library of Congress, June 1950; 25 negatives

  • 49
    12
    We Remodeled Our House - And How!,
    July 28, 1956

    Georgetown, Washington, D.C.; 23 negatives

  • 49
    14
    They've Got the Facts on You,
    May 26, 1956

    14 negatives

  • 49
    15
    Clown on Capitol Hill,
    December 20, 1956

    T. James Tumulty

    Also see Box 58

  • 49
    16
    How We Built Our School,
    June 16, 1956

    12 negatives

  • 49
    18
    Bats Are My Best Friend,
    February 4, 1950

    Ernest P. Walker; 5 negatives

  • 49
    19
    Are The Politicians Running The Veteran's Hospital?,
    October 4, 1950

    Hines, Illinois, August 1950; 8 negatives

  • 49
    20
    Desperate People at My Door,
    March 3, 1951

    James Bryden; 9 negatives

  • 49
    21
    The Multimillionaire Nobody Knows,
    May 5, 1951

    Robert Woodruff, December 1950; 47 negatives

  • 49
    22
    They Didn't Want That Guided Missile,
    September 3, 1955

    July 1955; 26 negatives

  • 50
    23
    Coal Miners - What They Say About John L. Lewis,
    December 28, 1948

    37 negatives

  • 50
    24
    Ike's Yankee Lieutenant,
    January 24, 1953

    Sherman Adams, December 1952; 14 negatives

  • 50
    25
    The Money Surgeons,
    July 4, 1953

    May 1953; 18 negatives

  • 50
    26
    Forrestal, Bradley, Vandenburg and Denfield,
    September 1948

    James Forrestal, Hoyt Vandenburg, Omar Bradley, Louis Denfield; 18 negatives

  • 50
    27
    The Hard Life of a New Congressman,
    November 17, 1953

    Steven Derounian; 18 negatives

  • 50
    28
    They Called Him Disabled,
    April 11, 1953

    Charles Potter, November 1952; 17 negatives

  • 50
    29
    Big Noise from Nebraska,
    August 5, 1980

    Kenneth Wherry; 13 negatives

  • 50
    30
    Can Senator Taft Win His Biggest Fight?,
    June 30, 1950

    Robert Taft; 32 negatives

  • 50
    31
    What's So Bad About a Professor's Job?,
    March 18, 1950

    Arthur Whitehall; 13 negatives

  • 50
    32
    Headaches of a Hotelkeeper - Part 2 and 3,
    December 14 and 21, 1950

    Statler Hotel; 35 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 50
    33
    Mr. Truman's Mystery Man,
    December 24, 1949

    David K. Niles

  • 50
    34
    The Candid Congressman from Connecticut,
    June 21, 1952

    Abraham Ribicoff; 2 negatives

  • 50
    35
    Lindbergh,
    April 11, 1953

    Spirit of St. Louis, Smithsonian Institution, March 1953; 8 negatives

  • 50
    36
    What Would You Do with Triplets?,
    December 29, 1951

    27 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 50
    37
    The Starling Nuisance, It's Driving Everybody Crazy,
    April 26, 1952

    9 negatives

  • 50
    38
    The Unsolved Riddle of the Oysters,
    November 10, 1951

    Milford, Connecticut, September 1951; 16 negatives

  • 50
    39
    That Man Junior,
    September 24, 1949

    Includes Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr, John F. Kennedy, Robert Blaikie, Alex Rose; 10 negatives

  • 50
    40
    The Man Who Stops Fights,
    August 13, 1949

    Ralph Bunche; 10 negatives

  • 50
    41
    Bat and Butterfly Test - Why Animals Don't Need Map,
    October 1, 1955

    June 1955; 7 negatives

  • 50
    42
    Secret Tricks of the Sea,
    June 23, 1956

    Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1955; 22 negatives

  • 50
    43
    Mystery Man of the White House,
    February 6, 1954

    Robert Cutler; 13 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 51
    44
    The Legend of Stephen Foster,
    February 6, 1954

    Stephen Foster, January 1953; 11 negatives

  • 51
    45
    The GIs Who Fell for the Reds,
    March 6, 1954

    James Pinkston; 8 negatives

  • 51
    46
    Watch Your Step at the Conventions!,
    June 5, 1952

    5 negatives

  • 51
    47
    Mr. Truman's Glamor Boy,
    June 4, 1949

    Maurice Tobin; 29 negatives

  • 51
    48
    How to be a Crime Buster,
    March 19, 1955

    Warren Olney III; 5 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 51
    48a
    Battle of Giants in Kentucky,
    September 18, 1954

    17 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 51
    49
    Paratrooper in the Pentagon,
    August 28, 1954

    James Maurice Gavin; 29 negatives

  • 51
    51
    The Case for Federal Relief,
    June 19, 1952

    April 1952; 33 negatives

  • 51
    52
    My Three Years as a Dead Man (6 parts),
    January 23 to February 27, 1954

    William F. Dean; 13 negatives

  • 51
    54
    He Exposed the Thefts in the Revenue Bureau,
    March 1, 1952

    John J. Williams; 22 negatives

  • 51
    55
    The Truth About General Grow's Moscow Diary,
    September 27, 1952

    12 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 51
    57
    We're Licking the Terror of the Arctic,
    August 16, 1952

    June 1952; 17 negatives

  • 51
    59
    How Not to Get Seasick,
    July 11, 1953

    May 1953; 32 negatives

  • 51
    60
    The Senate's Big Brain,
    July 4, 1953

    Eugene Millikin, April 1953; 23 negatives

  • 51
    61
    The Woes of Washington,
    August 1, 1953

    8 negatives

  • 51
    62
    The Old School Bus Comes Adventuring,
    July 29, 1950

    May 1950; 4 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 51
    63
    Tom Connally - The Senator Loves a Fight,
    July 1, 1950

    Tom Connally, includes Harry S. Truman; 30 negatives

  • 51
    64
    Your Money May Soon Cost Less,
    April 19, 1952

    4 negatives

  • 51
    65
    We Flew the Atlantic in Helicopters,
    November 1, 1952

    13 negatives

  • 51
    66
    They Don't Want Uncle's Money,
    March 22, 1952

    February 1952; 20 negatives

  • 52
    67
    Baseball's Improbable Imports,
    August 2, 1952

    Washington Senators baseball team; 14 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 52
    68
    Elder Benson's Going to Catch It,
    March 28, 1953

    Ezra Taft Benson, February 1953; 9 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 52
    69
    Just What the Doctor Ordered,
    July 22, 1950

    December 1949; 20 negatives

  • 52
    70
    I Was There,
    February 25, 1950

    William Leahy; 14 negatives

  • 52
    71
    Are We Letting Our Children Down?,
    May 13, 1950

    April 1950; 30 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 52
    72
    Uncle Sam's Strange Filing Case,
    April 24, 1949

    National Archives and Records Administration, June 1948; 30 negatives

  • 52
    73
    Portrait of a Union Boss,
    February 28, 1948

    George Tetlet, December 1947; 32 negatives

  • 52
    74
    Rebel in Illinois,
    April 2, 1949

    Adlai Stevenson, Springfield and Bloomfield, Illinois, February 1949; 31 negatives

  • 52
    75
    The CEO's Political Hot Shot,
    February 1949

    Jack Kroll; 19 negatives

  • 52
    79
    Ike's Depression Doctor,
    April 17, 1954

    Arthur Burns, includes Dwight D. Eisenhower; 10 negatives

  • 52
    81A
    Too Much Is Our Trouble - Wheat Storage on Ships in Hudson River,
    June 18, 1955

    23 negatives

  • 52
    81B
    White House under Construction,
    undated

    17 negatives

  • 52
    82
    Admiral Halsey Tells His Story,
    June 14 to August 9, 1947

    William F. Halsey, USS Missouri; 4 color positives

  • 52
    83
    Beverly Smith,
    undated

    8 negatives

  • 52
    84
    Ferenc Nagy, Prime Minister of Hungary,
    June 1947

    27 negatives

  • 52
    85
    Prophet Jones, Messiah in Mink,
    March 5, 1955

    James Francis Marion Jones; 59 negatives

  • 53
    86
    Stormy New Boss of the Pentagon,
    July 30, 1949

    Louis Arthur Johnson, June 1949; 5 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 53
    87
    Washington's Flossiest Hotel,
    February 11, 1950

    Carlton hotel, Washington, D.C., August 1949; 3 negatives

  • 53
    88
    They Teach Trains to Whistle,
    April 29, 1950

    March 1950; 1 negative

  • 53
    89
    Norway's Democratic Diplomat,
    undated

    Wilhelm Munthe. de Morgenstierne; 12 negatives

  • 53
    91
    Man Hunt,
    September 30, 1950

    Clifford Garner, July 1950; 9 negatives

  • 53
    92
    The Rebellious Parson,
    February 10, 1951

    Library of Congress, July 1950; 9 negatives

  • 53
    93
    The Man Who Looks Like Truman,
    February 17, 1951

    Irving Fisher; 29 negatives

  • 53
    94
    Lightning Joe, the GI's General,
    January 27, 1951

    Joseph Lawton Collins, November 1950; 8 negatives

  • 53
    95
    Smartest Dog in Maryland,
    November 11, 1950

    H. K. Riggs; 9 negatives

  • 53
    96
    Senator Douglas: Hard-Boiled Idealist,
    August 6, 1949

    Paul Douglas; 17 negatives

  • 53
    100
    The Army's Most Hysterical Post,
    December 18, 1954

    35 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 53
    101
    The Fighting Half-Pint of Capitol Hill,
    June 18, 1949

    Frank P. Graham, includes Kerr Scott, May 1949; 22 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 53
    102
    Washington's Greatest Story Teller,
    July 2, 1949

    Alben W. Barkley, includes Harry F. Byrd; 18 negatives

  • 53
    103
    Man's Best Friend is a Shovel,
    June 12, 1954

    June 1952; 5 negatives

  • 53
    104
    How Washington's Color Line Looks to me,
    April 3, 1954

    February 1954; 5 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 53
    105
    They're Revealing The World's Oldest Secret,
    March 14, 1953

    September 1952; 12 negatives

  • 53
    106
    How My Hired Man Handles Me,
    June 20, 1953

    Jim Perry, Bud Camp; 25 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 53
    107
    My Customers Get Garden Fever Every Spring,
    March 21, 1953

    Milo Coplan; October and November 1952; 31 negatives

  • 53
    108
    How Europe's Defenses Look to Me,
    October 10, 1953

    Matthew B. Ridgway; 13 negatives

  • 53
    110
    League of Frightened Women,
    October 23, 1954

    League of Women Voters; 18 negatives

  • 53
    111
    Pied Pipers of Ice Cream,
    August 20, 1949

    Good Humor Corporation, April 1949; 39 negatives

  • 53
    112
    The Toughest Job Facing Ike,
    March 14, 1953

    William M. Fechteler, Omar Bradley, Hoyt Vandenberg, J. Lawton Collins; 14 negatives, 1 color positive

  • 53
    113
    Their Last World Had a Punch,
    April 17, 1954

    Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, February 1954; 2 negatives

  • 53
    114
    Uncle Sam's Favorite Trouble Shooter,
    June 26, 1954

    Robert Murphy; 12 negatives

  • 53
    115
    I Should Have Died,
    September 4, 1954

    Albert Roth, includes Richard M. Nixon, June 1954; 19 negatives

  • 53
    117
    Secretary of State George Marshall,
    October 1950

    Includes Dean Acheson; 9 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 54
    118
    This School is Ready for the H-Bomb,
    September 25, 1954

    39 negatives

  • 54
    119
    Congress Puts This Show on the Road,
    February 14, 1953

    Mike Monroney, Charles B. Brownson; 13 negatives

  • 54
    120
    We Found Lincoln's Last Bank Account,
    February 14, 1953

    November 1952; 21 negatives

  • 54
    121
    What Are You Getting for Your $12,000,000,000,
    December 5, 1953

    Atomic Energy Commission; September 1953; 18 negatives

  • 54
    122
    He Followed Mom to Congress,
    August 15, 1953

    Frances P. Bolton, Oliver P. Bolton, June 1953; 13 negatives

  • 54
    123
    Congress vs. the Plunging Neckline,
    December 27, 1952

    Mrs. Winfield Smart, November 1952; 5 negatives

  • 54
    126
    Charlotte, North Carolina,
    June 23, 1951

    34 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 54
    127
    The President's Day,
    December 1953

    Dwight D. Eisenhower; 42 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 54
    128
    Little Angels of Phelps Place,
    August 1953

    21 negatives

  • 54
    129
    Korean POW Story,
    November 1953

    Ray "Mike" Dow; 22 negatives

  • 54
    130
    I Rode Uncle Sam's Gravy Train,
    October 1953

    Tom Durrance; 15 negatives

  • 54
    131
    How Our Foreign Policy Is Made,
    March 1949

    Sidney W. Souers, includes Dean Acheson; 15 negatives

  • 54
    132
    I Saved The Panama Canal,
    April 23, 1949

    Josephine Crisler, October 1948; 10 negatives

  • 54
    133
    The Marine Corps Fights for Its Life,
    February 5, 1949

    Clifton Bledsoe Cates; December 1948; 10 negatives

  • 54
    134
    America's Leading Negro University,
    February 19, 1949

    Howard University, November 1948; 24 negatives

  • 54
    135
    First Florist of the Land,
    September 10, 1949

    Robert M. Redmond, August 1949; 5 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 54
    136A
    Robert L. Eichelberger,
    February 1949

    16 negatives

  • 54
    136B
    We Try to Make It Easy for You,
    February 21, 1948

    George J. Schoeneman; 1 negative

    Also see Box 58

  • 54
    137
    J. Willard Marriott,
    September 1948

    38 negatives

  • 55
    138
    Lowell Mason,
    April 1948

    34 negatives

  • 55
    139
    Hoyt Vandenberg,
    June 1948

    24 negatives

  • 55
    141
    Dewey Train,
    undated

    1 negatives

  • 55
    142
    Stacy Jones,
    February 1949

    8 negatives

  • 55
    143
    Jugs, Bugs and Airpower,
    January 1949

    B-29s, Tucson Arizona; 41 negatives

  • 55
    144
    I Prowled Russia's Forbidden Zone,
    December 11, 1948 to January 1, 1949

    Werner Knop, October 1948; 12 negatives

  • 55
    145
    They're Just Wild about Boudreau,
    September 4, 1948

    Lou Boudreau, August 1948; 14 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 55
    146
    White House mail room,
    September 1948

    13 negatives

  • 55
    148
    House of Music Has The Power to Heal,
    June 24, 1946

    40 negatives

  • 55
    149
    Voice of America,
    August 1947

    45 negatives

  • 55
    150
    Fifth Army artillery unit,
    undated

    Witton Lawler; 6 negatives

  • 55
    153
    Postman in the Cabinet,
    January 24, 1948

    Jesse M. Donaldson, December 1947; 21 negatives

  • 55
    154
    Washington Five Percenters,
    August 1949

    Paul Brindle, Alden H. Waite, Clyde R. Hoey, Herbert Feldman, Harry Vaughn, John F. Maragon; 77 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 55
    155
    America's Leading Negro University,
    February 19, 1949

    Howard University, December 1948; 26 negatives

  • 56
    156
    James Forrestal,
    1947

    1 negative

    Also see Box 58

  • 56
    157
    Christian Herter,
    1947

    22 negatives

  • 56
    158
    Clark Clifford,
    August 1947

    15 negatives

  • 56
    159
    House Un-American Activities Committee,
    October 1947

    Louis B. Meyer, Paul V. McNutt; 5 negatives

  • 56
    160
    Never Give a Passenger a Break,
    February 28, 1948

    National Airport, Capitol Hill, 1947; 49 negatives

  • 56
    161
    Father and Son athletic club, Cleveland Park, Washington, D.C.,
    1947-1948

    19 negatives

    Also see Box 58

  • 56
    162
    William Rogers,
    November 1949

    14 negatives

  • 56
    163
    Handy Man Goes Banker,
    November 1, 1947

    John McCloy, April 1947; 10 negatives

  • 56
    164
    Carl Albert,
    undated

    28 negatives

  • 56
    165
    World's Most Glamorous Trash Heap,
    1952

    Kenilworth garbage dump; 31 negatives

  • 56
    166
    Government printing office,
    July 1950

    19 negatives

  • 56
    167
    White House bath story,
    June 1952

    33 negatives

  • 56
    168
    He Drives the Big Brass Crazy,
    March 1952

    F. Edward Herbert; 27 negatives

  • 56
    169
    He Is Giving Us All a Cleaning,
    July 1952

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Frank Monaghan; 27 negatives

  • 56
    170
    Paleface Pays a Debt,
    April 1952

    Bureau of Indian Affairs; 21 negatives

  • 56
    171
    David Andrew Pine,
    July 1952

    11 negatives

  • 56
    172
    That Dizzy Diplomatic Whirl,
    1952

    Embassy of France, Embassy of Spain, Embassy of Mexico; 14 negatives

  • 56
    173
    No One Looks Over My Shoulder,
    March 1952

    Demolitions Disposal Unit; 21 negatives

  • 57
    174
    How The Slovaks Fight The Reds,
    November 1951

    Stefan Krajcovic; 8 negatives

  • 57
    175
    Gold at The End of Wall Street,
    August 1952

    Trinity Church, Gary Edwards; 16 negatives

  • 57
    176
    Birth Certificates Census Bureau,
    March 1952

    5 negatives

  • 57
    177
    Spanish Swindle Racket (Adventure for Sale, Price $10,000),
    August 1952

    2 negatives

  • 57
    178
    The Army's Civilian Brain (ORO),
    September 1951

    17 negatives

  • 57
    179
    India Edwards,
    undated

    includes Hubert Humphrey, Eugenie Anderson

  • 57
    180
    Leo Cullinane,
    March 1952

    10 negatives

  • 57
    181
    A Veritable Acropolis,
    September 1952

    National Gallery of Art; 39 negatives

  • 57
    182
    Joseph Kennedy Latin Boys School,
    1905

    19 negatives

  • 57
    183
    Nobody Loves Clarence,
    March 25, 1950

    Clarence Cannon, includes Harry S. Truman; 17 negatives

  • 58
    2
    George Allen - When a President Needs Friend,
    May 5, 1956

    March 1956; 35mm negatives

    Also see Box 49

  • 58
    3
    Sonny Lister - Denver, Colorado Heavyweight with a Past
    August 13, 1960

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    8
    Boss of the Bindman,
    March 10, 1956

    Donald Quarles; 35mm negatives

    Also see Box 49

  • 58
    13
    Grudge Fight in Oregon
    August 4, 1956

    Wayne Morse; 35mm negatives

  • 58
    15
    Clown on Capitol Hill,
    December 20, 1956

    T. James Tumulty; 35mm negatives

    Also see Box 49

  • 58
    17
    Secretary of Things in General

    35mm and 2x2" negatives

  • 58
    32
    Headaches of a Hotelkeeper - Part 2 and 3,
    December 14 and 21, 1950

    Statler Hotel; 35mm negatives

    Also see Box 50

  • 58
    36
    What Would You Do with Triplets?,
    December 29, 1951

    35mm negatives

    Also see Box 50

  • 58
    43
    Mystery Man of the White House,
    February 6, 1954

    Robert Cutler; 35mm negatives

    Also see Box 50

  • 58
    48
    How to be a Crime Buster,
    March 19, 1955

    Warren Olney III; 35mm negatives

    Also see Box 51

  • 58
    48a
    Battle of Giants in Kentucky,
    September 18, 1954

    35mm negatives

    Also see Box 51

  • 58
    53
    Private Life of a Steel Boss,
    December 6, 1952

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    55
    The Truth About General Grow's Moscow Diary,
    September 27, 1952

    35mm negatives

    Also see Box 51

  • 58
    56
    Senator Gore,
    1952

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    58
    Singer's Money Machine,
    July 7, 1951; July 28, 1951

    2x2" negatives

  • 58
    62
    The Old School Bus Comes Adventuring,
    July 29, 1950

    May 1950; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 51

  • 58
    67
    Baseball's Improbable Imports,
    August 2, 1952

    Washington Senators baseball team; 14 negatives

    Also see Box 52

  • 58
    68
    Elder Benson's Going to Catch It,
    March 28, 1953

    Ezra Taft Benson, February 1953; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 52

  • 58
    71
    Are We Letting Our Children Down?,
    May 13, 1950

    April 1950; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 52

  • 58
    76
    So You Don't Ride the Trains Anymore,
    December 22, 1956

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    77
    Candidate Bubbling with Charm - Senator Stuart Symington,
    July 1, 1956

    Stuart Symington, June, 1956; 35mm negatives

  • 58
    78
    Master of the Pentagon - Robert McNamara,
    August 5, 1961

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    80
    Our Propaganda Warriors - Voice of America,
    March 16, 1957

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    86
    Stormy New Boss of the Pentagon,
    July 30, 1949

    Louis Arthur Johnson, June 1949; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 53

  • 58
    95
    Smartest Dog in Maryland,
    November 11, 1950

    2x2" negatives

  • 58
    96
    Hard Boiled Idealist- Senator Paul Douglas,
    August 6, 1949

    2x2" negatives

  • 58
    97
    Why Birds Need Compasses,
    October 13, 1956

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    98
    The Rugged Mr. Dulles,
    May 28, 1955

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    99
    We Took the Atom Sub to Sea,
    April 9, 1955

    35mm and 2x2" negatives

  • 58
    100
    The Army's Most Hysterical Post,
    December 18, 1954

    35mm negatives

    Also see Box 53

  • 58
    101
    The Fighting Half-Pint of Capitol Hill,
    June 18, 1949

    Frank P. Graham, includes Kerr Scott, May 1949; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 53

  • 58
    104
    How Washington's Color Line Looks to me,
    April 3, 1954

    February 1954; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 53

  • 58
    106
    How My Hired Man Handles Me,
    June 20, 1953

    Jim Perry, Bud Camp; 35mm negatives

    Also see Box 53

  • 58
    109
    Earl Warren's Greatest Moment,
    July 24, 1954

    Earl Warren; 35mm negatives

  • 58
    116
    That Reminds Me - VP Barkley,
    April 17, 1954; June 5, 1954

    Alben William Barkley; 2x2" negatives

  • 58
    117
    Secretary of State George Marshall,
    October 1950

    Includes Dean Acheson; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 53

  • 58
    124
    They've Got The Goods on Washington's Cops,
    September 27, 1952

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    125
    The Case of The Unexpected Senator,
    July 31, 1954

    35mm negatives

  • 58
    126
    Charlotte, North Carolina,
    June 23, 1951

    2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 54

  • 58
    127
    The President's Day,
    December 1953

    Dwight D. Eisenhower; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 54

  • 58
    135
    First Florist of the Land,
    September 10, 1949

    Robert M. Redmond, August 1949; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 54

  • 58
    136B
    We Try to Make It Easy for You,
    February 21, 1948

    George J. Schoeneman; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 54

  • 58
    140
    Veterans Family Doctor Meets Crisis - Boss Medicine Man,
    October 4, 1948

    2x2" negatives

  • 58
    145
    They're Just Wild about Boudreau,
    September 4, 1948

    Lou Boudreau, August 1948; 2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 55

  • 58
    147
    And She Still Likes Movies

    2x2" negatives

  • 58
    151
    General McAuliffe Says Nuts to The Atom,
    July 29, 1946

    2x2" negatives

  • 58
    152
    We Must Have Military Training Now - Secretary of War Patterson,
    1947

    2x2" negatives

  • 58
    154
    Washington Five Percenters,
    August 1949

    Paul Brindle, Alden H. Waite, Clyde R. Hoey, Herbert Feldman, Harry Vaughn, John F. Maragon; 2x2" Negatives

    Also see Box 55

  • 58
    156
    James Forrestal,
    1947

    2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 56

  • 58
    161
    Father and Son athletic club, Cleveland Park, Washington, D.C.,
    1947-1948

    2x2" negatives

    Also see Box 56

Series 3: Negatives, Contact Sheets, Slides,
1945-1975
(45 boxes)

Series 3 contains 35mm negatives, 4x5" negatives, contact sheets, and slides that Atkins created while he worked for the Saturday Evening Post in the 1950s and 1960s as well as some images from work he did during World War II. Prints from these images can be found in Series 1, and there are some copies of negatives that are in Series 4.

Legacy Finding Aid for Series 3

The legacy finding aid for this series is available for more detailed, item-level information. The file is a large PDF, but it is searchable. Please note that although many of the folder titles in the legacy finding aid are the same as in Series 3, some titles have been condensed or rewritten. These changes are not noted on the legacy finding aid. Please refer to the current finding aid when requesting folders.

  • Subseries 3.1: Chronological,
    1961-1968
    (9.5 boxes)

    Subseries 3.1 is arranged in chronological order and appears to be largely from Atkins' Washington File, a collection of images he maintained from various assignments. The bulk of the collection documents the administrations of Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. There is also significant documentation of events in Washington, D.C., particularly demonstrations and events associated with the Civil Rights Movement.

    • 59
      1
      Chronological,
      January 1961
    • 59
      2
      Chronological,
      February 1961
    • 59
      3
      Chronological,
      March 1961
    • 59
      4
      Chronological,
      April 1961
    • 59
      5
      Chronological,
      May 1961
    • 59
      6
      Chronological,
      June 1961
    • 59
      7
      Chronological,
      July 1961
    • 59
      8
      Chronological,
      August 1961
    • 59
      9
      Chronological,
      September 1961
    • 59
      10
      Chronological,
      November 1961
    • 59
      11
      Chronological,
      January 1962
    • 59
      12
      Chronological,
      February 1962
    • 59
      13
      Chronological,
      March 1962
    • 59
      14
      Chronological,
      April 1962
    • 59
      15
      Chronological,
      May 1962
    • 59
      16
      Chronological,
      June 1962
    • 60
      1
      Chronological,
      July 1962
    • 60
      2
      Chronological,
      August 1962
    • 60
      3
      Chronological,
      September 1962
    • 60
      4
      Chronological,
      October 1962
    • 60
      5
      Chronological,
      November 1962
    • 60
      6
      Chronological,
      January 1963
    • 60
      7
      Chronological,
      February 1963
    • 60
      8
      Chronological,
      February 1963
    • 60
      9
      Chronological,
      May 1963
    • 60
      10
      Chronological,
      June 1963
    • 60
      11
      Chronological,
      July 1963
    • 60
      12
      Chronological,
      August 1963
    • 60
      13
      Chronological,
      September 1963
    • 61
      1
      Chronological,
      October 1963
    • 61
      2
      Chronological,
      November 1963
    • 61
      3
      Chronological,
      December 1963
    • 61
      4
      Chronological,
      January 1964
    • 61
      5
      Chronological,
      February 1964
    • 61
      6
      Chronological,
      March 1964
    • 61
      7
      Chronological,
      April 1964
    • 61
      8
      Chronological,
      May 1964
    • 61
      9
      Chronological,
      June 1964
    • 62
      1
      Chronological,
      July 1964
    • 62
      2
      Chronological,
      August 1964
    • 62
      3
      Chronological,
      September 1964
    • 62
      4
      Chronological,
      October 1964
    • 62
      5
      Chronological,
      November 1964
    • 62
      6
      Chronological,
      December 1964
    • 62
      7
      Chronological,
      January 1965
    • 62
      8
      Chronological,
      February 1965
    • 62
      9
      Chronological,
      March 1965
    • 63
      1
      Chronological,
      April 1965
    • 63
      2
      Chronological,
      May 1965
    • 63
      3
      Chronological,
      June 1965
    • 63
      4
      Chronological,
      July 1965
    • 63
      5
      Chronological,
      August 1965
    • 63
      6
      Chronological,
      September 1965
    • 63
      7
      Chronological,
      October 1965
    • 64
      1
      Chronological,
      November 1965
    • 64
      2
      Chronological,
      December 1965
    • 64
      3
      Chronological,
      January 1966
    • 64
      4
      Chronological,
      February 1966
    • 64
      5
      Chronological,
      March 1966
    • 64
      6
      Chronological,
      April 1966
    • 64
      7
      Chronological,
      May 1966
    • 64
      8
      Chronological,
      June 1966
    • 65
      1
      Chronological,
      July 1966
    • 65
      2
      Chronological,
      August 1966
    • 65
      3
      Chronological,
      September 1966
    • 65
      4
      Chronological,
      October 1966
    • 65
      5
      Chronological,
      November 1966
    • 65
      6
      Chronological,
      December 1966
    • 65
      7
      Chronological,
      December 1966
    • 65
      8
      Chronological,
      January 1967
    • 66
      1
      Chronological,
      February 1967
    • 66
      2
      Chronological,
      February 1967
    • 66
      3
      Chronological,
      March 1967
    • 66
      4
      Chronological,
      April 1967
    • 66
      5
      Chronological,
      May 1967
    • 66
      6
      Chronological,
      June 1967
    • 66
      7
      Chronological,
      July 1967
    • 66
      8
      Chronological,
      August 1967
    • 67
      1
      Chronological,
      October 1967
    • 67
      2
      Chronological,
      November 1967
    • 67
      3
      Chronological,
      December 1967
    • 67
      4
      Chronological,
      January 1968
    • 67
      5
      Chronological,
      February 1968
    • 67
      6
      Chronological,
      March 1968
    • 67
      7
      Chronological,
      April 1968
    • 67
      8
      Chronological,
      May 1968
    • 67
      9
      Chronological,
      June 1968
    • 68
      1
      Chronological,
      July 1968
    • 68
      2
      Chronological,
      August 1968
  • Subseries 3.2: Alphabetical,
    1945-1975
    (34.5 boxes)

    Subseries 3.2 is arranged in alphabetical order. Subjects include Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Lyndon B. Johnson, along with their cabinet members and families. Other political figures or events include United States Senators and Congressmen, such as Barry Goldwater, J. William Fulbright, and Margaret Chase Smith, and the Democratic and Republican National Conventions from 1956-1968. As in Subseries 1.1, multiple folders titles are based on Saturday Evening Post story titles.

    • 68
      3
      Adams, Sherman,
      1950s
    • 68
      4
      Adenauer, Konrad,
      1957
    • 68
      5
      Adventures in Expansion Hungarians,
      June 1958
    • 68
      6
      Africa,
      1960

      (1 of 4)

    • 68
      7
      Africa,
      1960

      (2 of 4)

    • 68
      8
      Africa,
      1960

      (3 of 4)

    • 68
      9
      Africa,
      1960

      (4 of 4)

    • 68
      10
      African Queen,
      1959
    • 68
      11
      Agriculture,
      1950s
    • 68
      12
      Allen, George E. ,
      1956, 1960
    • 69
      1
      Alsop, Elizabeth,
      1966
    • 69
      2
      Alsop, John,
      September 1966

      Connecticut Gubernatorial Campaign

    • 69
      3
      Alsop, Joseph,
      January 1950, December 1964

      Georgetown House portraits

    • 69
      4
      Alsop, Stewart,
      December 1956

      Polling

    • 69
      5
      Alsop, Stewart,
      September 1957

      I Flew Supersonic

    • 69
      6
      Alsop, Stewart,
      October 1960

      How to Speak French

    • 69
      7
      Alsop, Stewart,
      October 1960, September 1966

      Portraits

    • 69
      8
      Alsop, Stewart,
      January 1961, August 27, 1963
    • 69
      9
      Alsop, Stewart,
      December 1961

      Stewart Alsop Family

    • 69
      10
      Alsop, Stewart,
      May 1962

      How to Write a Magazine Article

    • 69
      11
      Alsop, Stewart,
      July 1962, July 25, 1963

      Polling, Negro poll

    • 69
      12
      Alsop, Stewart,
      July-September 1962

      Alsop poll "Mood of America"

    • 70
      1
      Alsop, Stewart,
      September 1962

      John F. Kennedy

    • 70
      2
      Alsop, Stewart,
      1963-1966

      Portraits

    • 70
      3
      Alsop, Stewart,
      1965

      Alsop poll

    • 70
      4
      American Forgotten Flyer,
      June 1961, August 1964

      Biplanes

    • 70
      5
      Anderson, Robert,
      January 1959
    • 70
      6
      Anderson, Bill,
      June 1963
    • 70
      7
      Antique Airplane,
      May 1960

      They Make Flying Fun Again

    • 70
      8
      Arlington National Cemetery,
      1950s
    • 70
      9
      Armbristen, Trevor,
      January 1967

      Trevor Armbristen Family

    • 70
      10
      Arthritis,
      July 12, 1963
    • 70
      11
      Astronauts,
      February 1961
    • 70
      12
      Acheson, Dean,
      October 1962
    • 70
      13
      Atkins, Oliver,
      1960s-1970s
    • 70
      14
      Atomic Submarine Skipjack,
      November 1959
    • 70
      15
      Bagkikian, Ben H.,
      1966
    • 70
      16
      Baker, Bobby,
      1963

      Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 70
      17
      Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Royal Blue Last Run,
      April 1958
    • 70
      18
      Battle, Mark,
      September 1965
    • 70
      19
      Battleship North Carolina,
      October 1961
    • 71
      1
      Bees,
      December 1961, June 1962
    • 71
      2
      Bernstein, Charles,
      October 1963
    • 71
      3
      Bicentennial Book,
      April 10, 1975
    • 71
      4
      Big Business Wants Few Generals,
      1950s-1960s
    • 71
      5
      Big Ear in Lost Valley,
      November 1969
    • 71
      6
      Blair, Clay, Jr.,
      March 1957
    • 71
      7
      Borgstedt Dog at Dog Show,
      1960
    • 71
      8
      Brennan, William J.,
      July 1957
    • 71
      9
      Bronicirik, Ziggy "Red in the White House",
      March 1964
    • 71
      10
      Brown, Mrs. Paul, Jr.,
      1967
    • 71
      11
      Brownell, Herbert,
      1952
    • 71
      12
      Bundy, McGeorge,
      September-October 1961
    • 71
      13
      Burch, Dean,
      February 1965
    • 71
      14
      Burke,
      May 1952

      Golf's Banking on Burke

    • 71
      15
      Butch Has a New Pair of Arms,
      1957
    • 71
      16
      Cambridge, Maryland,
      September 1963
    • 71
      17
      Can We Stop Soviet Subs,
      1962

      by Sherwood Harris

    • 71
      18
      Cancer Research at NIH,
      April 1964
    • 71
      19
      Cape Canaveral,
      Florida, 1962

      Mercury 6 launch

    • 71
      20
      Cape Cod[?],
      1962
    • 71
      21
      Carr, Roland,
      1972

      Portraits

    • 71
      22
      Case, Clifford,
      January 1961
    • 71
      23
      Case for the B-70,
      March 1960

      Generals LeMay and White

    • 71
      24
      Case for the Republicans,
      August 1960
    • 72
      1
      Case of Nervous Syllables,
      April 1957
    • 72
      2
      Castro, Fidel,
      April 1959
    • 72
      3
      Catto, Henry,
      July 17, 1975
    • 72
      4
      Central Intelligence Agency,
      1950s-1960s
    • 72
      5
      Chambers, Mrs. Whittaker,
      August 1964
    • 72
      6
      Charity Article,
      July 1960
    • 72
      7
      Charm School,
      June 1960
    • 72
      8
      Charm School,
      February 1, 1966
    • 72
      9
      China,
      1970s
    • 72
      10
      China,
      1970s
    • 72
      11
      Church, Frank,
      1956
    • 72
      12
      Clark, Joseph,
      March 1957
    • 72
      13
      Clouds,
      1961
    • 72
      14
      Congressional Record,
      March 1965
    • 72
      15
      Connally, John B., Jr. and Richard M. Nixon,
      1971
    • 72
      16
      Convention (Democratic),
      1956
    • 72
      17
      Convention (Republican),
      1956
    • 72
      18
      Convention (Republican),
      1956
    • 72
      19
      Convention (Democratic),
      1960
    • 73
      1
      Convention (Democratic),
      1960
    • 73
      2
      Convention (Republican),
      1960
    • 73
      3
      Convention (Republican),
      1960
    • 73
      4
      Convention (Democratic),
      1964
    • 73
      5
      Convention (Democratic),
      1964
    • 73
      6
      Convention (Republican),
      1964
    • 74
      1
      Convention (Republican),
      1964
    • 74
      2
      Convention (Republican),
      1964
    • 74
      3
      Convention (Democratic),
      1968
    • 74
      4
      Convention (Republican),
      1968
    • 74
      5
      Corruption in Arkansas,
      1966
    • 74
      6
      Country Gentleman,
      September 8, 1975
    • 74
      7
      Crown, Henry,
      February 1965
    • 75
      1
      Cuba Assignment,
      May 1959
    • 75
      2
      Cuba Assignment,
      May 1959
    • 75
      3
      Cuneo, Sandra,
      June 1966
    • 75
      4
      D.C. Transit Hearings,
      1950s
    • 75
      5
      D-Day Series,
      January 1959
    • 75
      6
      Dancers,
      1940s
    • 75
      7
      Deakin, Phil,
      December 1959
    • 75
      8
      Defense and Military Personalities,
      1950s
    • 75
      9
      Defense Contracts,
      June 1963
    • 75
      10
      de Gaulle, Charles,
      April 1960
    • 75
      11
      Democratic Personalities,
      1950s
    • 75
      12
      Democratic Personalities,
      1950s
    • 75
      13
      Demonstrations,
      October 1967
    • 75
      14
      Dickerson, Nancy,
      October 1964
    • 75
      15
      Diplomatic Whirl,
      April 1957
    • 75
      16
      Dirksen, Everett,
      March 1968
    • 76
      1
      Dodd, Thomas,
      March 1967
    • 76
      2
      Domestic Scene with Family,
      1950s
    • 76
      3
      Don't Sell France Short,
      October 1957
    • 76
      4
      Down Range,
      February 1957
    • 76
      5
      Down Range,
      February 1957
    • 76
      6
      Douglas, Paul H. ,
      1966
    • 76
      7
      Drummond, Roscoe,
      January 1963
    • 76
      8
      Duke, Angier Biddle,
      1962
    • 76
      9
      Dulles, Allen,
      1954
    • 76
      10
      Dulles, John Foster,
      July 1958
    • 76
      11
      Dunlap, Jack E.,
      November 1963
    • 76
      12
      Dunning, Judson,
      August 1960
    • 76
      13
      Egypt Assignment,
      March 1963
    • 76
      14
      Egypt Assignment,
      March 1963
    • 76
      15
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1950s
    • 76
      16
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1950s
    • 77
      1
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1950s

      color slides

    • 77
      2
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1950s
    • 77
      3
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1950s
    • 77
      4
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1950s
    • 77
      5
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1950s
    • 77
      6
      Eisenhower, Julie Nixon,
      1969-1974
    • 77
      7
      Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain,
      1960s
    • 77
      8
      Elk on Military Reservation in Richmond, Virginia,
      1953
    • 77
      9
      Estes, Billie Sol,
      1962
    • 77
      10
      Evans, Rowland,
      June 1961, August 1964
    • 77
      11
      F-111,
      November 1966
    • 77
      12
      Fairfax City, Virginia,
      1966
    • 77
      13
      Fairfax High School Band,
      1961
    • 77
      14
      Fairfax Library dedication,
      1962
    • 77
      15
      Fairfax National Bank,
      1957
    • 77
      16
      Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department,
      April 1963
    • 77
      17
      Goldfine, Bernard,
      July 1958
    • 78
      1
      Farmers from Georgia visit Soviet farms,
      May 1962
    • 78
      2
      FBI and J. Edgar Hoover,
      July 1965
    • 78
      3
      Federal Reserve System Story,
      1950s
    • 78
      4
      Fenwick, Millicent,
      March 26, 1975
    • 78
      5
      Fish Food Story,
      October 1963
    • 78
      6
      Foreign Travel ,
      December 1960-January 1961
    • 78
      7
      Freeway at Capitol,
      1968
    • 78
      8
      Frohman, I. G.,
      1959
    • 78
      9
      Fruehauf story,
      1951
    • 78
      10
      Fulbright, J. William,
      1966
    • 78
      11
      Fulbright, J. William,
      February 17, 1966
    • 78
      12
      Galbraith, Kenneth,
      November 1959
    • 78
      13
      Gates, Thomas,
      March 1960
    • 78
      14
      Gavin, James M.,
      1961

      Includes John F. Kennedy

    • 78
      15
      Gettysburg, Pennsylvania,
      June 1959
    • 78
      16
      Gilbert, Bill,
      July 1967
    • 78
      17
      General Lee, the Cunnel, and Me,
      July 1957
    • 78
      18
      Glennan, T. Keith,
      February 1959
    • 78
      19
      Godfrey, Arthur,
      1955
    • 78
      20
      Goldberg, Arthur,
      July 26, 1965
    • 78
      21
      Goldberg, Arthur,
      March 1961
    • 79
      1
      Goldfine hearings,
      1958

      Bernard Goldfine

    • 79
      2
      Goldwater, Barry,
      1958-1964
    • 79
      3
      Goldwater, Barry,
      1963-1964
    • 79
      4
      Gordan, Ginanetta,
      1957
    • 79
      5
      Green, Wallace,
      October 1964
    • 79
      6
      Griffin, Robert,
      January 1966
    • 79
      7
      Gross, H. R. ,
      June 1964
    • 79
      8
      Ground Effect Machines,
      September 1961
    • 79
      9
      Hagerty, James,
      March 1960
    • 79
      10
      Halaby, Najeeb,
      December 1964
    • 79
      11
      Hall, Len,
      1950s
    • 79
      12
      Hanson, John,
      December 1956
    • 79
      13
      Hapgood, Charles,
      October 1958
    • 79
      14
      Harriman, W. Averell,
      September 1963
    • 79
      15
      Harte, Vance,
      June 1966
    • 79
      16
      Hatcher, Andrew,
      August 1961
    • 80
      1
      Hatfield, Mark,
      May 1967
    • 80
      2
      Healey, Paul,
      1960s
    • 80
      3
      Herter, Christian,
      August 1959, January 1960
    • 80
      4
      Hoffa, Jimmy,
      1954-1962
    • 80
      5
      Hoffa, Jimmy,
      1959-1962
    • 80
      6
      Hoffa, Jimmy,
      1959-1962
    • 80
      7
      Hokkaido Tribe,
      1951
    • 80
      8
      Humphrey, Hubert,
      March 1959
    • 80
      9
      Humphrey, Hubert,
      August 1964
    • 80
      10
      Humphrey, Hubert,
      September 1964
    • 81
      1
      Humphrey, Hubert,
      September 1964
    • 81
      2
      Humphrey, Hubert and Edmund Muskie, Democratic National Convention,
      1968
    • 81
      3
      India,
      November-December 1962

      1 of 4

    • 81
      4
      India,
      November-December 1962

      2 of 4

    • 81
      5
      India,
      November-December 1962

      3 of 4

    • 81
      6
      India,
      November-December 1962

      4 of 4

    • 81
      7
      Indiana Polling,
      1959
    • 82
      1
      Internal Revenue Service,
      February 1965
    • 82
      2
      Jackson, Henry,
      August 1960
    • 82
      3
      Jackson, Mahalia,
      September 1959
    • 82
      4
      Jail in Washington, D.C.,
      1950s
    • 82
      5
      Jazz Festival in Washington, D.C.,
      June 1962
    • 82
      6
      Jencks, Christopher,
      January 26, 1965
    • 82
      7
      Johnson, Lady Bird,
      December 1963
    • 82
      8
      Johnson, Lady Bird,
      December 1962-June 1964
    • 82
      9
      Johnson, Lady Bird,
      May 1965
    • 82
      10
      Johnson, Lady Bird,
      April 1968
    • 82
      11
      Johnson, Jacqueline
      August 1966
    • 83
      1
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1950s

      Includes Jacqueline Kennedy

    • 83
      2
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1960s
    • 83
      3
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1960s

      Lyndon B. Johnson with military

    • 83
      4
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1961-1962

      1 of 2

    • 83
      5
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1961-1962

      2 of 2

    • 83
      6
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1965
    • 83
      7
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1967
    • 83
      8
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      December 1963-January 1968

      color slides 1

    • 83
      9
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      December 1963-June 1964

      color slides 2

    • 84
      1
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      December 1963-March 1968

      color slides 3

    • 84
      2
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      December 1963-June 1967

      color slides 4

    • 84
      3
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      December 1963-January 1967

      color slides 5

    • 85
      1
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      December 1963-January 1968

      color slides 6

    • 85
      2
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      December 1963-June 1964

      Meetings, public events

    • 85
      3
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1964

      Presidential campaign

    • 85
      4
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1964

      Election

    • 85
      5
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      May 1964

      Church near the Lyndon B. Johnson Ranch

    • 85
      6
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      May 1964
    • 85
      7
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      November 1964
    • 85
      8
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      July 23, 1965
    • 86
      1
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1965

      Oval Office

    • 86
      2
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      January 1965

      Inauguration

    • 86
      3
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      March 1965
    • 86
      4
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      July 1966

      Ranch

    • 86
      5
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      July 1966

      Omaha, Nebraska, Des Moines, Iowa, Lyndon B. Johnson ranch

    • 86
      6
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      June 1967

      Glassboro, New Jersey; Alexei Kosygin

    • 86
      7
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      June 1967

      Glassboro, New Jersey; Alexei Kosygin

    • 86
      8
      Joint Chiefs of Staff and Civilian Secretaries,
      March 1964

      Maxwell Taylor, Robert S. McNamara, George W. Ball, John McCone, Jack Valenti

    • 86
      9
      Jones, Grover,
      1966
    • 86
      10
      Kahn, Robert,
      1960s
    • 86
      11
      Keats, John,
      1967
    • 86
      12
      Kelso (Horse),
      December 1963
    • 86
      13
      Kennedy Brothers,
      1955-1963
    • 87
      1
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1940s
    • 87
      2
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1945-1967
    • 87
      3
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1950s
    • 87
      4
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1953-1957

      Saturday Evening Post stories about John F. Kennedy; 4x5 negatives

    • 87
      5
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1956
    • 87
      6
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960
    • 87
      7
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960
    • 87
      8
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960
    • 87
      9
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960
    • 87
      10
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960-1961
    • 87
      11
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960-1963
    • 88
      1
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960-1963
    • 88
      2
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960-1963
    • 88
      3
      Kennedy, John F.,
      August 1960
    • 88
      4
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1961
    • 88
      5
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1961-1963
    • 88
      6
      Kennedy, John F.,
      March 1961
    • 88
      7
      Kennedy, John F.,
      May 1961
    • 88
      8
      Kennedy, John F.,
      June 1961
    • 88
      9
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1963
    • 89
      1
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1963
    • 89
      2
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1963

      Funeral, Arlington National Cemetery

    • 89
      3
      Kennedy, John F.,
      November 1964

      Arlington National Cemetery

    • 89
      4
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1950s
    • 89
      5
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1960s
    • 89
      6
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1963-1968
    • 89
      7
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1968

      Presidential campaign

    • 89
      8
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1968

      Presidential campaign

    • 89
      9
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1968

      Presidential campaign

    • 89
      10
      Kennedy, Ted,
      September 1962
    • 90
      1
      Khrushchev, Nikita,
      September 1959
    • 90
      2
      Kilpatrick, James,
      February 1968
    • 90
      3
      Kirk, Claude,
      March 1967
    • 90
      3
      Korean War,
      March-April 1921
    • 90
      4
      Korean War,
      1951
    • 90
      5
      Korean War,
      1951
    • 90
      6
      Korean War,
      1951
    • 90
      7
      Ku Klux Klan,
      December 1965
    • 91
      1
      Labor Leaders,
      1960
    • 91
      2
      Labor Leaders,
      1962-1967
    • 91
      3
      Lady Put that Casserole Away,
      1949
    • 91
      4
      Lapp, Ralph,
      March 1968
    • 91
      5
      Las Vegas on the Potomac,
      June 1957
    • 91
      6
      Life Extension Society,
      February 1966
    • 91
      7
      Lippman, Walter,
      September 1960
    • 91
      8
      Lincoln, Evelyn,
      August 1965
    • 91
      9
      Little Room that Saves Lives,
      1957
    • 91
      10
      Long, Russell,
      1965
    • 91
      11
      M-16 Auto Rifle,
      January 29, 1968
    • 91
      12
      MacArthur, John D.,
      January 1965
    • 91
      13
      Mansfield, Mike,
      November 1961
    • 91
      14
      Marshall, Thurgood,
      1960s
    • 91
      15
      Matancero Mystery Solved,
      June 1960
    • 91
      16
      Mathy, Sonny,
      December 1966
    • 91
      17
      Mayfield, Rufus "Catfish",
      January 1968
    • 91
      18
      McCarthy, Eugene,
      December 1967
    • 91
      19
      McCarthy, Joe,
      1950
    • 91
      20
      McCone, John,
      October 1961
    • 91
      21
      McCormack, John,
      December 1963
    • 91
      22
      McNamara, Robert S.,
      1960s
    • 91
      23
      McNamara, Robert S.,
      May 1964
    • 92
      1
      McNamara, Robert S.,
      1965-1966
    • 92
      2
      Medicare,
      February 1965
    • 92
      3
      Mesta, Perle,
      July 1965
    • 92
      4
      Military and Weapons Demonstrations,
      1950s
    • 92
      5
      Miller, William,
      September 1962
    • 92
      6
      Millionaires Article,
      January 1965
    • 92
      7
      Millionaires Article,
      1965
    • 92
      8
      Mink, Patsy,
      May 10, 1965
    • 92
      9
      Minoso, Minnie,
      April 1954
    • 92
      10
      Mitchell, James P.,
      1950s
    • 93
      1
      Mona Lisa at the National Gallery of Art,
      January 16, 1963
    • 93
      2
      Money Men,
      October 26, 1967

      White House and Congressional budget meetings and hearings

    • 93
      3
      Morphine Substitute,
      October 1960
    • 93
      4
      Morton, Thruston B.,
      January 17, 1968
    • 93
      5
      Moses, Faye and Hugo Zacchini,
      May 1962
    • 93
      6
      Montgomery, Ruth and Jean Dixon,
      April 1965
    • 93
      7
      Moyers, Bill,
      1965
    • 93
      8
      Murphy, George,
      1967
    • 93
      9
      Murray, Mary,
      1956
    • 93
      10
      Murrow, Edward R.,
      August 6, 1962
    • 93
      11
      Muskie, Edmund S. ,
      1957
    • 93
      12
      NASA,
      1961-1964

      Ranger, Saturn, Mercury

    • 93
      13
      National Bureau of Standards and Pershing Ballistic Missiles,
      June-July 1960
    • 93
      14
      New Zealand ,
      January 1963

      1 of 3

    • 94
      1
      New Zealand ,
      January 1963

      2 of 3

    • 94
      2
      New Zealand ,
      January 1963

      3 of 3

    • 94
      3
      Nicklaus, Jack,
      February 1961
    • 94
      4
      Nixon, Patricia,
      1972-1973
    • 94
      5
      Nixon, Richard M. and John F. Kennedy,
      1950s-1960s
    • 94
      6
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1950s-1970s

      4x5 negatives

    • 94
      7
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1952

      I Can Say He's a Wonderful Guy

    • 94
      8
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1953

      1 of 2

    • 94
      9
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1953

      2 of 2

    • 94
      10
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      May 1958
    • 94
      11
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      August 1958
    • 94
      12
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      September 1960
    • 95
      1
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      May 1960
    • 95
      2
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      March 6, 1974
    • 95
      3
      Nixon's My Boss,
      1957

      Rose Mary Woode

    • 95
      4
      North Carolina,
      May 1958
    • 95
      5
      Oak Ridge National Laboratory ,
      January 1963
    • 95
      6
      Oyster Industry in the Chesapeake Bay,
      September 1957
    • 95
      7
      Patent Office Feature,
      1950s
    • 95
      8
      Pentagon under Robert S. McNamara,
      November 1962
    • 95
      9
      Pearson, Drew,
      1956
    • 95
      10
      Percy, Charles H.,
      1966
    • 96
      1
      Personal and Family,
      1950s
    • 96
      2
      Phillips, Maggie and William,
      July 1965
    • 96
      3
      Photographer's Gallery,
      1950s
    • 96
      4
      Picketing,
      1950s-August 16, 1961
    • 96
      5
      Picketing the Soviet Embassy to protest invasion of Czechoslovakia,
      August 1968
    • 96
      6
      Picketing the White House to protest atomic atmospheric testing,
      December 1961
    • 96
      7
      Pill That Hates Salt,
      August 1957

      Hospitals

    • 96
      8
      Pilots released by Soviets,
      January 1961
    • 96
      9
      Pity the Poor School Superintendent,
      May 1954
    • 96
      10
      Political Figures,
      1950s

      Adlai Stevenson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Richard M. Nixon, Bernard Montgomery, Harry S. Truman, John Foster Dulles

    • 96
      11
      Political Figures,
      January 1953

      Alben W. Barkley, Harry S. Truman, Estes Kefauver, Leverett Saltonstall, John F. Kennedy, Albert Gore, Sr.

    • 96
      12
      Political Figures,
      January 1953

      John Foster Dulles, Charles Erwin Wilson, Robert Taft

    • 96
      13
      Pope Paul IV and Lyndon B. Johnson,
      January 1965
    • 96
      14
      Prince Edward County Free Schools,
      August 1964
    • 96
      15
      President's Guest House,
      August 1960

      Blair House

    • 96
      16
      Presidential Campaign Debates,
      September 1960s

      John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon

    • 96
      17
      Presidential Campaign Debates,
      October 1960

      John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon

    • 96
      18
      Protocol School,
      January 1966
    • 96
      19
      Pumpkin Papers,
      September 8, 1975
    • 96
      20
      Queen Mary,
      September 1967
    • 96
      21
      Railroads Fight Back,
      August 1959
    • 96
      22
      Reed, David,
      1966
    • 96
      23
      Reedy, George,
      June 1965
    • 96
      24
      Red Cross Washington, D.C. chapter,
      1962
    • 96
      25
      Republican Personalities,
      1950s-1960s
    • 96
      26
      Reston, Virginia,
      April 22, 1968
    • 96
      27
      Ribicoff, A. A., Case of the Candid Congressman,
      April 1952
    • 97
      1
      Rickover, Hyman G.,
      1950s
    • 97
      2
      Rickover, Hyman G.,
      1953
    • 97
      3
      Rickover, Hyman G.,
      1957
    • 97
      4
      Ridder, Walter,
      May 1961
    • 97
      5
      Riggs National Bank Annual Report Photographs,
      1973-1974

      Some images may have been created in the 1950s; 1 of 2

    • 97
      6
      Riggs National Bank Annual Report Photographs,
      1973-1974

      2 of 2

    • 97
      7
      Riot Training,
      1960s
    • 97
      8
      Roberts, Nan,
      May 25, 1965
    • 97
      9
      Rockefeller, Nelson,
      1950s
    • 97
      10
      Rockefeller, Nelson,
      September 1958
    • 97
      11
      Rockwell, Norman,
      February 1960
    • 97
      12
      Rogers, William P.,
      November 1949
    • 97
      13
      Romney, George,
      1957
    • 98
      1
      Romney, George,
      July 19, 1957
    • 98
      2
      Rooney, John J.,
      July 1958
    • 98
      3
      Roosevelt, James,
      August 1959
    • 98
      4
      Rosenberg Demonstrations,
      February 1953
    • 98
      5
      Rubenstein, Richard,
      December 30, 1965
    • 98
      6
      Rusk, Dean,
      May 1961
    • 98
      7
      Rusk, Dean,
      May 1964
    • 98
      8
      Russell, Richard B.,
      January 23, 1965
    • 98
      9
      Russian Embassy,
      May 1958
    • 98
      10
      Santa Maria,
      1966
    • 98
      11
      Saturday Evening Post Staff in Washington, D.C.,
      January 20, 1964
    • 98
      12
      Sayre, Francis B., Jr.,
      June 1963
    • 98
      13
      Scranton, William W.,
      June 12, 1964
    • 98
      14
      Seagrave, Sterling,
      May 10, 1965
    • 98
      15
      Senators,
      June 1965-June 1968
    • 98
      16
      Senate Appropriations Committee,
      October 1963
    • 98
      17
      Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
      February 1966
    • 98
      18
      Senate Labor Hearing,
      1950s
    • 99
      1
      Senate Office Building,
      July 1959
    • 99
      2
      Senate Restaurant,
      1950
    • 99
      3
      Sevareid, Eric,
      March 1959
    • 99
      4
      Shaw, Carolyn Hagner,
      March 1959
    • 99
      5
      Smith, Beverly W., Jr. ,
      May 1957

      Saturday Evening Post writer

    • 99
      6
      Smith, Margaret Chase,
      October 1948, January 1964
    • 99
      7
      Smith, Steven,
      July 1963
    • 99
      8
      Sorenson, Ted,
      January 16, 1964
    • 99
      9
      Sorenson, Ted,
      1960
    • 99
      10
      So the Customer Is Always Right,
      1957

      Macy's New York City

    • 99
      11
      Space and Science Reports and Hearings,
      1950s
    • 99
      12
      State Department Building,
      1960s
    • 99
      13
      Steeves, David ,
      July 1957
    • 99
      14
      Stephens, Tom,
      June 1958
    • 99
      15
      Stewart, Jimmy,
      March 1960
    • 99
      16
      Stinnett, Caskie,
      1960s
    • 99
      17
      Submarine Missile Story,
      January 1958
    • 100
      1
      They Suit The Big Shots,
      June 1959

      T. I. Swartz and Sons

    • 100
      2
      Turner, Walter M.,
      September 1962
    • 100
      3
      Television Antennas,
      October 1961
    • 100
      4
      Tydings, Joseph D.,
      May 1967
    • 100
      5
      Symington, Stuart S.,
      March 1960
    • 100
      6
      Tree, Marietta P.,
      July 1960
    • 100
      7
      Tree Saving,
      1960s
    • 100
      8
      Truman, Harry,
      March 11, 1950 and undated
    • 100
      9
      Truman, Margaret,
      1946
    • 100
      10
      Truth Machine,
      February-March, 1975
    • 100
      11
      Udall, Stuart,
      March 1965
    • 100
      12
      Undertaker's Story,
      May 1961
    • 100
      13
      Unidentified,
      1950s-1960s
    • 100
      14
      Unitas, Johnny,
      September-October 1958
    • 100
      15
      United States Capitol Building,
      1959
    • 100
      16
      United States Capitol Building,
      1960s
    • 100
      17
      United States Capitol Building and Dome,
      1962

      Includes images of construction

    • 100
      18
      United States Capitol Building National Statuary Hall,
      1950s-1960s
    • 100
      19
      United States Supreme Court steps and crowds,
      1950s
    • 101
      1
      United States Supreme Court,
      October 1962
    • 101
      2
      United States Supreme Court,
      August 1967
    • 101
      3
      United States Supreme Court,
      August 1967
    • 101
      4
      Unknown Soldier Ceremony at United States Capitol Building,
      1950s
    • 101
      5
      Unknown Soldiers from the Korean War Interment,
      May 28-30, 1958
    • 101
      6
      U.N.'s Five-Ring Circus,
      May 1950
    • 101
      7
      Valachi, Joe,
      October 1963
    • 101
      8
      Veecle, Bill,
      August 1963
    • 101
      9
      Vinson, Carl,
      November 1964
    • 101
      10
      Vorenburg, James,
      December 1966
    • 101
      11
      Wallace, George,
      March 1965

      Includes Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 101
      12
      Washington, D.C. scenes,
      October-November 1961, February 1967
    • 101
      13
      Washington D.C. area scenes,
      June 1968

      National Mall, Pentagon, United States Supreme Court Building, Pan American Building

    • 101
      14
      Washington, D.C. views of the United States Capitol and State Department buildings,
      October 1961
    • 101
      15
      Washington, George, will and documents,
      1947
    • 101
      16
      Washington File,
      1955
    • 102
      1
      Washington File,
      1955
    • 102
      2
      Watson, Marvin,
      March 1967
    • 102
      3
      Weather Research Story,
      August 1958
    • 102
      2
      Westmoreland, William C.,
      April 1967
    • 102
      3
      Wheeler, Earl,
      August 1963
    • 102
      4
      White House,
      1960s
    • 102
      5
      White House Dogs,
      1970s
    • 102
      6
      White House Space Problem,
      1950s
    • 102
      7
      Wilderness,
      1959
    • 102
      8
      Williams, Edward B.,
      1962
    • 102
      9
      Williams, John J.,
      March-April 1964
    • 102
      10
      Wisher, Mr. and Mrs. Frank,
      May 1965
    • 102
      11
      Women for Peace,
      1962
    • 102
      12
      Women's Christian Temperance Union,
      November 23, 1965
    • 102
      13
      Women's Peace March,
      January 1968
    • 102
      14
      World War II,
      ca. 1943

      American Red Cross, Tunisia, Italy

    • 102
      15
      Wounded Vietnam War Veterans,
      December 1966-January 1967
    • 102
      16
      Yugoslavia Assignment,
      April 1963
Series 4: Personal Papers, Exhibit Images, and Nature Photography,
1940s-1974
(5 boxes)

Series 4 contains correspondence, awards, press travel packets, copies of images for exhibits and reference use, and a photograph assignment on the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. Note that there is also correspondence and notes throughout the folders in the Series 3.

  • 103
    1
    Copy Negatives, Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
    1950s
  • 103
    2
    Copy Negatives, Dancers, Yugoslavia, North Africa, March on Washington,
    1940s-1960s
  • 103
    3
    Copy Negatives, Kennedy, John F.,
    1950s-1960s
  • 103
    4
    Copy Negatives, Kennedy, Robert F.,
    1960s
  • 103
    5
    Copy Negatives, Presley, Elvis, and Richard M. Nixon,
    December 18, 1970
  • 103
    6
    Copy Negatives, Truman, Harry S.,
    1940s-1950s
  • 103
    7
    Copy Prints, Dancers,
    1940s
  • 103
    8
    Copy Prints, Forrestal, James,
    1940s
  • 103
    9
    Copy Prints, Kennedy, Jacqueline,
    1950s
  • 103
    10
    Copy Prints, Kennedy, John F.,
    1960s

    Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, John Kennedy, Jr., Pierre Salinger

  • 103
    11
    Copy Prints, Kennedy, John F. and Robert F.,
    1950s-1960s
  • 103
    12
    Copy Prints, Kennedy, Robert F.,
    1960s
  • 103
    13
    Copy Prints, King, Martin Luther, Jr.,
    1960s
  • 103
    14
    Copy Prints, Naples, Italy, World War II,
    1940s
  • 103
    15
    Copy Prints, Space and Science Reports,
    1950s
  • 103
    16
    Copy Prints, Streisand, Barbara,
    1960s-1970s
  • 103
    17
    Copy Prints, Truman, Harry, S.,
    1940s-1950s
  • 103
    18
    Copy Slides, Nixon, Richard M.,
    1950s-1970s
  • 103
    19
    Copy Slides, Truman, Harry S.,
    1940s-1950s
  • 103
    20
    Correspondence, Donovan, Robert,
    1961
  • 103
    21
    Correspondence, Kennedy, John F. Inauguration,
    1960-1961
  • 103
    22
    Correspondence, Kennedy Library,
    1964
  • 103
    23
    Correspondence, Miscellaneous,
    1960s-1970s
  • 103
    24
    Correspondence, Nixon Library Foundation,
    1973-1975
  • 103
    25
    Correspondence, Nixon Library Requests,
    1974
  • 103
    26
    Correspondence, Nixon White House,
    1969-1974
  • 103
    27
    Correspondence, Pat Nixon Book,
    1973
  • 103
    28
    Correspondence, "Photographic Impressions of the Presidency" Exhibit,
    1972
  • 103
    29
    Correspondence, Saturday Evening Post,
    1961-1967
  • 103
    30
    Correspondence, White House Photographer/Nixon Photographer,
    1970s
  • 104
    1
    Shenandoah Valley, Correspondence,
    1970s
  • 104
    2
    Shenandoah Valley, Negatives,
    1970s
  • 104
    3
    Shenandoah Valley, Prints, Contact Sheets,
    1970s
  • 104
    4
    Press Notes, Richard M. Nixon Visit to Austria and Soviet Union,
    May 1972
  • 104
    5
    Press Notes, Richard M. Nixon Visit to Iran and Poland,
    May-June 1972
  • 104
    6
    Press Notes, Richard M. Nixon Visit to Europe,
    September 27-October 5, 1970
  • 104
    7
    Press Notes: Richard M. Nixon Visit to China,
    February 1972
  • 104
    8
    Press Notes: Richard M. Nixon Visit to China,
    February 1972

    Includes memorabilia

  • 105
    1
    Publications, First Monday,
    1971-1972
  • 105
    2
    Publications, Government Photography,,
    March 1972
  • 105
    3
    Publications, The Inaugural Book,
    1973
  • 105
    4
    Publications, Miscellaneous Articles,
    1960s-1970s
  • 105
    5
    Publications, The Nixon Yearbook,
    1968
  • 105
    6
    Publications, The Nixon Years: Lift of Leadership,
    1972
  • 105
    7
    Publications, Saturday Evening Post,
    1960s-1970s
  • 105
    8
    Publications, Summons to Greatness,
    1972
  • 105
    9
    Publications, Partners,
    1972
  • 105
    10
    Publications, The President's Trip to China,
    1972
  • 106
    1
    Awards and Recognitions,
    1970s
  • 106
    2
    Photograph Captions,
    1950s

    1 of 3

  • 106
    3
    Photograph Captions,
    1950s

    2 of 3

  • 106
    4
    Photograph Captions,
    1950s

    3 of 3

  • 106
    5
    Publications, Elector, Reflector,
    1968, 1972
  • 106
    6
    Publications, Life,
    December 29, 1972
  • 106