Guide to the Arthur E. Scott photograph collection, 1910-1976 Arthur E. Scott photograph C0096

A Guide to the Arthur E. Scott 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
C0096
Title
Arthur E. Scott photograph collection 1910-1976
Physical Characteristics
32 linear ft.; 43 boxes; 27 scrapbooks
Creator
Arthur E. Scott, 1917-1976
Language
English
Abstract
This collection contains photographs taken by Arthur E. Scott, a photojournalist and photo-historian for the U.S. Senate. It contains over 5,000 prints and negatives of United States politicians (mainly Senators), political events such as campaigns and inaugurations, and landmarks throughout the Washington, D.C. area, from the mid-1930s to the 1970s. There are also 27 scrapbooks compiled by Arthur E. Scott, primarily consisting of newspaper clippings of Scott's photographs. The collection also contains glass negatives from the 1910s and 1920s that were taken by other photographers.

Administrative Information

Alternative Form Available

Sample images from the Scott collection are available online through the Arthur E. Scott Photograph Collection.

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

Arthur E. Scott photograph collection, Collection #C0096, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Grace L. Scott in 1981. Scrapbooks donated by Barbara Thaler in 2006.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. Additional processing completed by Stacey Kniatt and Shira Loev in 2010-2011. EAD markup completed by Stacey Kniatt and Shira Loev in 2010-2011.

Staff rehoused the collection into suitable archival enclosures, organized the collection by media and series, and created an EAD finding aid and MARC record.

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


Biographical Information

Arthur E. "Scotty" Scott, was born March 14, 1917, in Montpelier, Vermont. In 1925 his family moved to Washington, D.C., where Scott spent most of his life. Scott began his press career at the age of 13, as a copyboy for the Washington Times-Herald. From 1934-1955, Scott served as a news photographer for International News Photos (INP) and Wide World Photos. Scott first covered the United States Congress in 1935 as a photographer for the Washington Times From 1955-1974, Scott worked as a photographer for the Republican Senatorial Committee (1965-1964) and the Republication Policy Committee (1964-1974). In 1975, the year the Senate Historical Office was created, Scott became the Senate's first photo-historian. As photo-historian, Scott was tasked with building a collection of graphic representations of the Senate's history. Scott died on December 2, 1976.

Scope and Content

This collection contains photographs taken by Arthur E. Scott, a photojournalist and photo-historian for the U.S. Senate. It contains over 5,000 prints and negatives of United States politicians (mainly Senators), political events such as campaigns and inaugurations, and landmarks throughout the Washington, D.C. area, from the mid-1930s to the 1970s. There are also 27 scrapbooks compiled by Arthur E. Scott, primarily consisting of newspaper clippings of Scott's photographs. The collection also contains photographs from the 1910s and 1920s that were taken by other photographers. The collection contains prints and film negatives in various sizes, as well as glass plate negatives. Boxes 1 through 11, 29, 30, and 43 contain photographic prints; boxes 12 through 25 contain 4 x 5 inch negatives; boxes 26 and 27 contain 4 x 5 inch glass plate negatives; and boxes 31 through 42 contain slides, 35mm negatives, and negatives of various other sizes. The majority of the photographs are in black and white unless otherwise noted.

Series 1 contains photographs of people, including Senators, Representatives, Vice Presidents, Presidents, Supreme Court Justices, and other politicians. It also contains photographs of celebrities, politicians' families, and others. This series contains individual as well as group shots. This series includes photographs of many Republican Party Senators, including George D. Aiken, Gordon Allott, Clifford P. Case, Norris Cotton, Everett M. Dirksen, Robert J. Dole, Hiram Fong, Barry M. Goldwater, Roman L. Hruska, Mike Mansfield, Charles H. Percy, Hugh Scott, Margaret Chase Smith, John G. Tower, and many others. Presidents and Vice Presidents pictured include Calvin Coolidge, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John N. Garner, Herbert C. Hoover, Gerald R. Ford, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard M. Nixon. The series also includes photographs of astronauts John Glenn, Virgil "Gus" Grissom, and Alan B. Shepard.

Series 2 contains photographs of building interiors and exteriors, monuments, landmarks, and parks. The majority of the series consists of photographs of the Washington, D.C. area. This series includes photographs of Arlington National Cemetery, the U.S. Capitol Building, the U.S. Supreme Court Building, the Potomac River, the Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial. It also includes aerial shots of Washington, D.C. and the Panama Canal Zone, Panama.

Series 3 contains photographs of events such as dinners, meetings, fundraisers, campaigns, conventions, and inaugurations. The events pictured in the series include the 1960 and 1964 Republican National Conventions; Richard M. Nixon campaign events in California and Hawaii (1960); and inaugurations and oaths of office for politicians such as Gerald R. Ford, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Nelson A. Rockefeller, and Warren G. Harding. It also contains photographs of natural disasters, such as floods, and photographs of politicians and celebrities receiving Buddy Poppies from the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Series 4 contains photographs of published newspapers, as well as photographs of art works. It also contains reference publications and correspondence which relate to the photographs in the collection. Photographs of published newspapers include New York Times and New York Herald articles on the Battle of Gettysburg and the deaths of Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt. The art works pictured included the George Gordon Meade Memorial, Samuel Gompers Memorial, and a monument to Casimir Pulaski. The series also includes "Virginia Political Greats", a report written by Scott in May 1976, as well as correspondence and captions regarding photographs taken by Scott.

Series 5 consists of scrapbooks compiled by Arthur Scott. These scrapbooks document events from 1918 through 1946. Most items contained within the scrapbooks are newspaper clippings, many of which depict photographs taken by Scott. The scrapbooks document events including the presidencies of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, as well as the run-up to World War II and homefront activities during the war years. The scrapbooks also contain press passes, expense reports, and schedules relating to Scott's photojournalism activities.

Series 6 consists of photographic supplies used by Scott. Photographic supplies include slide cases, as well as film canisters labeled "1952", "1964 GOP Convention San Francisco", "Gene Autry by Barry Goldwater", and "Stereo Photos South America Vacation 1966".

Arrangement

Organized into six series.

Series 1: People, 1910-1976 (Boxes 1-7, 12-22, 26-27, 29-42) Series 2: Places, 1927-1976 (Boxes 7-9, 22-23, 27, 31, 43, Oversize) Series 3: Events, 1921-1976 (Boxes 9-11, 23-25, 27, 30, 33, 35-36, 38-42) Series 4: Art, Publications, Reference Materials, 1918-1976 (Boxes 11, 25, 27, 35, 38) Series 5: Scrapbooks, 1918-1946 (Volumes 1-14 and unnumbered) Series 6: Realia, 1950s-1960s (Box 28)

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives holds many other photograph collections. The Charles Baptie photograph collection contains many similar subjects, as does the Oliver F. Atkins photograph collection.

The Senate Historical Office holds the Arthur E. Scott Collection.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Persons:

  • Aiken, George D. (George David), 1892-1984--Photographs.
  • Allott, Gordon, 1907-1989--Photographs.
  • Ashurst, Henry Fountain, 1874-1962--Photographs.
  • Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956--Photographs.
  • Beall, J. Glenn (John Glenn), 1927-2006--Photographs.
  • Bennett, Wallace F. (Wallace Foster), 1898-1993--Photographs.
  • Bible, Alan, 1909-1988--Photographs.
  • Boggs, James Caleb, 1909-1993--Photographs.
  • Borah, William Edgar, 1865-1940--Photographs.
  • Bridges, Styles, 1898-1961--Photographs.
  • Bush, Prescott Sheldon, 1895-1972--Photographs.
  • Case, Clifford P. (Clifford Philip), 1904-1982--Photographs.
  • Cochran, Steve, 1917-1965--Photographs.
  • Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933--Photographs.
  • Cooper, John Sherman, 1901-1991--Photographs.
  • Cotton, Norris, 1900- --Photographs.
  • Curtis, Carl T. (Carl Thomas), 1905-2000--Photographs.
  • Dern, George Henry, 1872-1936--Photographs.
  • Dirksen, Everett McKinley--Photographs.
  • Dole, Robert J., 1923- --Photographs.
  • Dominick, Peter H. (Peter Hoyt), 1915-1981--Photographs.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969--Photographs.
  • Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1926- --Photographs.
  • Fannin, Paul J. (Paul Jones), 1907-2002--Photographs.
  • Fong, Hiram, 1907-2004--Photographs.
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006--Photographs.
  • Garner, John Nance, 1868-1967--Photographs.
  • Glenn, John, 1921- --Photographs.
  • Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998--Photographs.
  • Griffin, Robert P. (Robert Paul), 1923- --Photographs.
  • Grissom, Virgil I.--Photographs.
  • Hansen, Clifford P. (Clifford Peter), 1912-2009--Photographs.
  • Harrison, Pat, 1881-1941--Photographs.
  • Hickenlooper, Bourke B. (Bourke Blakemore), 1896-1971--Photographs.
  • Holt, Rush Dew, 1905-1955--Photographs.
  • Hoover, Herbert Charles, 1903-1969--Photographs.
  • Hruska, Roman L. (Roman Lee), 1904-1999--Photographs.
  • Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986--Photographs.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973--Photographs.
  • Jordan, Len B. (Len Beck), 1899-1983--Photographs.
  • Keating, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Barnard), 1900-1975--Photographs.
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--Photographs.
  • Kuchel, Thomas H.--Photographs.
  • Mansfield, Mike, 1903-2001--Photographs.
  • Marshall, George C. (George Catlett), 1880-1959--Photographs.
  • McNary, Charles Linza, 1874-1944--Photographs.
  • Morton, Thruston B. (Thruston Ballard), 1907-1982--Photographs.
  • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994--Photographs.
  • Pepper, Claude, 1900-1989--Photographs.
  • Percy, Charles H., 1919- --Photographs.
  • Pittman, Key, 1872-1940--Photographs.
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979--Photographs.
  • Schoeppel, Andrew Frank, 1894-1962--Photographs.
  • Scott, Hugh, 1900-1994--Photographs.
  • Scott, William Lloyd, 1915-1997--Photographs.
  • Shepard, Alan B. (Alan Bartlett), 1923-1998--Photographs.
  • Smith, Margaret Chase, 1897-1995--Photographs.
  • Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003--Photographs.
  • Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991--Photographs.
  • Tydings, Millard E. (Millard Evelyn), 1890-1961--Photographs.
  • Valeo, Francis R. (Francis Ralph), 1916-2006--Photographs.
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951--Photographs.
  • Wiley, Alexander, 1884-1967--Photographs.
  • Woodring, Harry Hines, 1887-1967--Photographs.
  • Corporate Names:

  • Arlington National Cemetery (Arlington, Va.)--Photographs.
  • Boy Scouts of America--Photographs.
  • Supreme Court Building (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • United States. Congress. House.--Photographs.
  • United States. Congress. Senate.--Photographs.
  • United States. Supreme Court--Officials and employees--Photographs.
  • Washington National Cathedral (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Geographical Names:

  • Panama Canal (Panama)--Photographs.
  • Potomac River--Photographs.
  • Washington (D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Subjects:

  • Actors--Photographs.
  • Astronauts--Photographs.
  • Campaign speeches--Photographs.
  • Committees--Photographs.
  • Congresses and conventions--Photographs.
  • Eating and drinking--Photographs.
  • Funeral rites and ceremonies--Photographs.
  • Legislators' spouses--Photographs.
  • Legislators--United States--Photographs.
  • Lincoln Memorial (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • National Statuary Hall (United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Oaths--Washington, D.C.--1970s--Photographs.
  • Political campaigns--Photographs.
  • Political conventions--Photographs.
  • Presidents--United States--Inauguration--Photographs.
  • Presidents--United States--Photographs.
  • Speeches, addresses, etc.--Photographs.
  • Tomb of the Unknowns (Va.)--Photographs.
  • Vice-Presidents--United States--Photographs.
  • Washington Monument (Washington, D.C.)--Photographs.
  • Document Types:

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

Contents List

Series 1: People,
1910-1976
(Boxes 1-7, 12-22, 26-27, 29-42)

Series 1 contains photographs of people, including Senators, Representatives, Vice Presidents, Presidents, Supreme Court Justices, and other politicians. It also contains photographs of celebrities, politicians' families, and others. This series contains individual as well as group shots. This series is divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 1.1: Senators,
    1930-1976

    Subseries 1.1 contains photographs of Senators. The majority of Senators pictured are members of the Republican Party. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by name and then chronologically within each name.

    • 1
      1
      Aiken, George D.,
      1970s
    • 1
      2
      All Senators ,
      1960s

      Includes Peter H. Dominick, Paul J. Fannin, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr., George D. Aiken, Hiram L. Fong; (1 of 8)

    • 1
      3
      All Senators ,
      1960s

      Includes Margaret Chase Smith, Hugh D. Scott, Peter H. Dominick, George D. Aiken, Hiram L. Fong, Everett M. Dirksen, Margaret Chase Smith, Edward M. Kennedy, Norris H. Cotton; (2 of 8)

    • 1
      4
      All Senators ,
      1960s

      Includes Jacob K. Javits, Lyndon B. Johnson, Hiram L. Fong, George D. Aiken, Michael Mansfield; (3 of 8)

    • 1
      5
      All Senators ,
      1960s

      Includes Hubert H. Humphrey, Everett M. Dirksen, Edward M. Kennedy, Margaret Chase Smith; (4 of 8)

    • 1
      6
      All Senators ,
      1960s

      Includes Paul J. Fannin, George D. Aiken, J. William Fulbright;(5 of 8)

    • 1
      7
      All Senators,
      1960s

      Includes Norris H. Cotton, Hiram L. Fong, Jacob K. Javits, Abraham A. Ribicoff, Hubert H. Humphrey, Margaret Chase Smith, Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy; Mike Mansfield; (6 of 8)

    • 1
      8
      All Senators ,
      1960s

      Peter H. Dominick; Paul J. Fannin; Everett M. Dirksen, Hiram L. Fong, Hugh D. Scott, William Proxmire, Joseph S. Clark; (7 of 8)

    • 1
      9
      All Senators ,
      1960s

      Includes John G. Tower, Jacob K. Javits, Mike Mansfield, Margaret Chase Smith, George D. Aiken, Leverett Saltonstall; Everett M. Dirksen, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Hugh D. Scott, Hiram L. Fong; (8 of 8)

    • 1
      10
      Appropriations Board and other Senators,
      1960s

      Includes Hiram L. Fong, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jacob K. Javits, Margaret Chase Smith, John G. Tower, Hugh D. Scott, Lyndon B. Johnson, Leverett Saltonstall, George D. Aiken, Barry M. Goldwater, Richard M. Nixon, Jack R. Miller; (1 of 2)

    • 1
      11
      Appropriations Board and other Senators,
      1960s

      Includes Margaret Chase Smith, Peter H. Dominick, Hugh D. Scott, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jacob K. Javits, Barry M. Goldwater, Richard M. Nixon, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Paul J. Fannin, George D. Aiken, Everett M. Dirksen, Robert F. Kennedy; (2 of 2)

    • 1
      12
      Ashurst, Henry F.,
      1930s-1940
    • 1
      13
      Austin, Warren R.,
      1933-1940
    • 1
      14
      Baker, Howard H., Jr.,
      1960s-1970s
    • 1
      15
      Beall, John G., Jr.,
      1970s

      Portrait

    • 1
      16
      Buckley, James L.,
      July 25, 1975
    • 1
      17
      Case, Clifford P.,
      1960s-1970s

      Sketch portrait

    • 1
      18
      Cotton, Norris H.,
      1970s
    • 1
      19
      Connally, Thomas T. (Tom),
      1950s

      Showing model for the east front extension of the U.S. Capitol building to Warren Austin, Harry S. Truman, Charles Andrews, and David Lynn

    • 1
      20
      Copied prints of 19th century senators,
      1960s

      Henry Wilson, Lyman Trumbull, John Sherman, Charles Sumner, Hiram Rhodes Revels, Edmund G. Ross, Charles W. Jones, George C. Perkins, Schuyler Colfax, Abijah Gilbert, Hannibal Hamlin, Justin S. Morrill

    • 1
      21
      Caraway, Hattie Wyatt,
      1931-1945
    • 1
      22
      Curtis, Carl T.,
      1970s

      Includes color portrait

    • 2
      1
      Democratic Senators,
      1960s

      Includes Carey E. Kefauver, Stuart Symington, Robert C. Byrd, Kenneth B. Keating, John Stennis

    • 2
      2
      Dirksen, Everett M.,
      1951-1969
    • 2
      3
      Davis, James J.,
      1930-1945
    • 2
      4
      Dole, Robert J.,
      1970s
    • 2
      5
      Ellender, Allen J.,
      1940s-1950s
    • 2
      6
      Fannin, Paul J.,
      1970s
    • 2
      7
      Fong, Hiram L.,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Ellyn Fong

    • 2
      8
      Goldwater, Barry M.,
      1970s

      Includes color photographs

    • 2
      9
      Griffin, Robert P.,
      1960s-1970s
    • 2
      10
      Hansen, Clifford P.,
      1970s

      Includes Martha Hansen, color photographs

    • 2
      11
      Harrison, Byron P.,
      1930s-1940s
    • 2
      12
      Hatch, Carl A.,
      1933-1949
    • 2
      13
      Hruska, Roman L.,
      1954-1976
    • 2
      14
      Javits, Jacob K.,
      1960s-1970s
    • 2
      15
      Kennedy, Edward M. (Ted),
      1960s-1970s
    • 2
      16
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1953-1961
    • 2
      17
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1960s
    • 2
      18
      King, William H.,
      1930s
    • 2
      19
      La Follette, Robert M., Jr.,
      1930s-1940s
    • 2
      20
      Laxalt, Paul D.,
      1970s

      Includes color portrait

    • 2
      21
      Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr.,
      1937-1952
    • 2
      22
      Mansfield, Michael J. (Mike),
      1960s-1970s
    • 2
      23
      Mathias, Charles M., Jr.,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes color photograph

    • 2
      24
      McKellar, Kenneth D.,
      1930s
    • 2
      25
      Misc. photographs of Congress,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Richard M. Nixon, Roman L. Hruska, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Everett M. Dirksen, Spiro T. Agnew, Hubert H. Humphrey, Strom Thurmon, Hiram L. Fong, Robert J. Dole, Gerald R. Ford, Hugh D. Scott, Charles E. Goodell, Karl E. Mundt, Thomas H. Kuchel, Leverett Saltonstall, Margaret Chase Smith, Carl T. Curtis; (1 of 2)

    • 2
      26
      Misc. photographs of Congress,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Roman L. Hruska, Henry M. Jackson, Gerald R. Ford, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Milton R. Young, George D. Aiken, Robert C. Byrd, Hiram L. Fong;(2 of 2)

    • 3
      1
      Murphy, George L.,
      1970s

      Includes photograph of George L. Murphy and Arthur E. Scott; color portrait

    • 3
      2
      Pepper, Claude D.,
      1930s
    • 3
      3
      Percy, Chares H.,
      1970s
    • 3
      4
      Photograph Album,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Hiram L. Fong, Everett M. Dirksen, and Barry M. Goldwater

    • 3
      5
      Photograph Album,
      1960s-1970s
    • 3
      6
      Photographs for Senate Historian,
      1960s-1970s

      From box labeled "Photos for Senate Historian"; includes Robert J. Dole, Hugh D. Scott, Jr.

    • 3
      7
      Pittman, Key,
      1930s
    • 3
      8
      Portraits of Republican Senators,
      1960s

      (1 of 3); includes Everett M. Dirksen and Hiram L. Fong

    • 3
      9
      Portraits of Republican Senators,
      1960s

      (2 of 3); includes Barry M. Goldwater, Jacob K. Javits, Kenneth Keating, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Roman L. Hruska

    • 3
      10
      Portraits of Republican Senators,
      1960s

      (3 of 3)

    • 3
      11
      Roth, William V., Jr.,
      1970s
    • 3
      12
      Scott, Hugh D., Jr.,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes color photograph

    • 3
      13
      Scott, William L.,
      1970s

      Includes color photographs

    • 3
      14
      Senators 1965,
      1965
    • 4
      1
      Senators 1966,
      1966
    • 4
      2
      Senators 1967,
      1967
    • 4
      3
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s
    • 4
      4
      Senators ,
      1960s-1970s
    • 4
      5
      Smith, Ellison D.,
      1930s-1940
    • 4
      6
      Smith, Margaret Chase,
      1949-1973
    • 4
      7
      Stewart, Arthur T.,
      1930s
    • 4
      8
      Thurmond, Strom,
      1970s
    • 4
      9
      Tower, John G.,
      1960s
    • 12
      Adams, Alva B.,
      1920s-1940s

      4 negatives

    • 12
      Aiken, George D.,
      1956-1963

      46 negatives

    • 12
      Allott, Gordon L.,
      1956-1953

      150 negatives

    • 12
      Andrews, Charles O.,
      1935-1936

      6 negatives

    • 12
      Ashurst, Henry F.,
      1930s

      11 negatives

    • 12
      Austin, Warren R.,
      1933-1940

      6 negatives

    • 12
      Ball, Joseph H.,
      1940-1949

      3 negatives

    • 12
      Barbour, William W.,
      1931-1943

      3 negatives

    • 12
      Barkley, Alben W.,
      1940s-1950s

      25 negatives; includes Alben W. Barkley as Vice President

    • 12
      Bartlett, Edward L. (Bob),
      1964-1966

      3 negatives

    • 12
      Bass, Ross,
      January 15, 1965

      1 negative

    • 12
      Beall, John G.,
      1957-1963

      70 negatives

    • 12
      Bender, George H.,
      1955-1956

      10 negatives

    • 12
      Bennett, Wallace F.,
      1956-1963

      70 negatives

    • 12
      Berry, George L.,
      1937-1938

      2 negatives

    • 13
      Bible, Alan H.,
      1957-1965

      25 negatives

    • 13
      Bilbo, Theodore G.,
      1935-1948

      10 negatives

    • 13
      Black, Hugo L.,
      1927-1937

      2 negatives

    • 13
      Boggs, James C.,
      1961-1963

      25 negatives

    • 13
      Bone, Homer T.,
      1933-1934

      1 negative

    • 13
      Borah, William E.,
      1920s-1930s

      15 negatives

    • 13
      Bridges, Henry Styles (Styles),
      1936-1960

      125 negatives

    • 13
      Brewster, Daniel B.,
      August 13, 1964

      7 negatives

    • 13
      Brooke, Edward W., III,
      August 23, 1966

      7 negatives

    • 13
      Brooks, Charles W.,
      1940s

      1 negative

    • 13
      Buckley, James L.,
      1971-1976

      1 negative

    • 13
      Bulow, William J.,
      1931-1943

      1 negative

    • 13
      Burke, Edward R.,
      1933-1940

      7 negatives

    • 13
      Bush, Prescott S.,
      1955-1961

      40 negatives

    • 13
      Butler, John M.,
      1951-1962

      4 negatives

    • 13
      Byrd, Robert C.,
      1962-1964

      2 negatives

    • 13
      Byrd, Harry F.,
      1960s

      6 negatives

    • 13
      Cannon, Howard W.,
      1960-1962

      6 negatives

    • 13
      Capehart, Homer E.,
      1960s

      3 negatives

    • 13
      Capper, Arthur,
      1930s-1940s

      7 negatives

    • 13
      Caraway, Hattie Wyatt,
      1931-1945

      8 negatives

    • 13
      Carlson, Frank,
      1963

      30 negatives

    • 13
      Case, Francis H.,
      1950s

      3 negatives

    • 13
      Case, Clifford P.,
      1955-1961

      70 negatives

    • 14
      Chandler, Albert B. (Happy),
      1940s

      3 negatives

    • 14
      Chapman, Virgil M.,
      1951

      1 negative; car crash

    • 14
      Chavez, Dennis,
      1959-1961

      7 negatives

    • 14
      Clark, Joel B.,
      1933-1945

      4 negatives

    • 14
      Connally, Thomas T. (Tom),
      1930s-1950s

      6 negatives

    • 14
      Cook, Marlow W.,
      1973

      2 negatives

    • 14
      Cooper, John S.,
      1945-1963

      125 negatives

    • 14
      Copeland, Royal S.,
      1930s

      3 negatives; with autogyro

    • 14
      Cotton, Norris H.,
      1955-1963

      150 negatives

    • 14
      Curtis, Carl T.,
      1950s-1970s

      50 negatives

    • 14
      Davis, James J.,
      1930-1945

      9 negatives

    • 14
      Dirksen, Everett M.,
      1956-1963

      35 negatives; several pictures with Dwight D. Eisenhower

    • 14
      Dodd, Thomas J.,
      May 23, 1963

      1 negative

    • 14
      Dole, Robert J.,
      1970s

      6 negatives

    • 14
      Dominick, Peter H.,
      1963

      25 negatives

    • 14
      Donahey, Alvin V.,
      1935-1941

      3 negatives

    • 14
      Douglas, Paul H.,
      1966

      1 negative

    • 14
      Downey, Sheridan,
      1940s

      4 negatives

    • 14
      Doxey, Wall,
      1941-1943

      1 negative

    • 14
      Duffy, Francis R.,
      1933-1939

      1 negative

    • 14
      Eastland, James O.,
      1960s

      5 negatives

    • 14
      Ellender, Allen J.,
      1940s-1950s

      6 negatives

    • 14
      Fannin, Paul J.,
      1967

      1 negative

    • 15
      Fong, Hiram,
      1959-1963

      90 negatives, includes swearing in

    • 15
      Frazier, Lynn J.,
      1923-1941

      2 negatives

    • 15
      Frear, J. Allen, Jr.,
      1950s

      7 negatives

    • 15
      Fulbright, J. William,
      1960s

      3 negatives

    • 15
      George, Walter F.,
      1940s

      4 negatives

    • 15
      Gibson, Ernest W., Jr.,
      1940-1941

      2 negatives

    • 15
      Gillette, Guy M.,
      1940s

      1 negative

    • 15
      Glass, Carter,
      1930s-1940s

      11 negatives

    • 15
      Goldwater, Barry M.,
      1927-1963

      175 negatives

    • 15
      Graves, Dixie B.,
      1950s

      2 negatives; as former senator

    • 15
      Green, Theodore F.,
      1950s

      4 negatives

    • 15
      Griffin, Robert P.,
      1966-1970

      9 negatives; includes color portrait

    • 15
      Gore, Albert A.,
      1953-1971

      2 negatives

    • 15
      Guffey, Joseph F.,
      1935-1947

      5 negatives

    • 15
      Gurney, Edward J.,
      1970

      1 negative, portrait

    • 15
      Gurney, John C.(Chan),
      1939-1951

      5 negatives

    • 15
      Harrison, Byron P.(Pat),
      1920s-1930s

      20 negatives

    • 15
      Hartke, Rupert V.,
      1964

      3 negatives

    • 15
      Hatch, Carl A.,
      1933-1949

      5 negatives

    • 15
      Hayden, Carl T.,
      October 16, 1962

      4 negatives, copy of photograph from Time Magazine, 1912

    • 15
      Heflin, James T.,
      1933

      1 negative

    • 15
      Hickenlooper, Bourke B.,
      1956-1964

      35 negatives

    • 16
      Hill, Joseph L.,
      1960s

      6 negatives

    • 16
      Hitchcock, Herbert E.,
      1930s

      1 negative

    • 16
      Holt, Rush D.,
      1935-1941

      20 negatives; includes 34th birthday party

    • 16
      Houston, Andrew J.,
      1941

      1 negative

    • 16
      Hruska, Roman L.,
      1954-1963

      80 negatives

    • 16
      Hughes, James H.,
      1937-1943

      1 negative

    • 16
      Humphrey, Hubert H., Jr.,
      1960s

      2 negatives

    • 16
      Hunt, Lester C.,
      1949-1954

      1 negative

    • 16
      Javits, Jacob K.,
      1956-1963

      40 negatives; includes Jacob K. Javits as senatorial candidate

    • 16
      Johnson, Edwin C.,
      1937-1955

      6 negatives

    • 16
      Johnson, Hiram W.,
      1930s-1940s

      7 negatives

    • 16
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1959

      6 negatives

    • 16
      Johnston, Olin D.,
      1950s-1960s

      2 negatives

    • 16
      Jordan, Leonard B. (Len),
      1963-1965

      60 negatives

    • 16
      Keating, Kenneth B.,
      1959-1965

      150 negatives

    • 16
      Kefauver, Carey E.,
      1957-1960

      9 negatives

    • 16
      Kennedy, Robert F.,
      1963-1966

      5 negatives

    • 16
      Kilgore, Harley M.,
      1941-1956

      1 negative

    • 16
      King, William H.,
      1930s

      5 negatives

    • 16
      Knowland, William F.,
      1955

      4 negatives

    • 17
      Kuchel, Thomas H.,
      1950s-1960s

      40 negatives

    • 17
      La Follete, Robert M., Jr.,
      1930s-1940s

      2 negatives

    • 17
      Lausche, Frank J.,
      1964-1968

      2 negatives

    • 17
      Lee, Joshua B.,
      1937-1943

      6 negatives

    • 17
      Lehman, Herbert H.,
      1949-1957

      1 negative

    • 17
      Lewis, James H.,
      1920s-1930s

      4 negatives

    • 17
      Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr.,
      1930s-1940s

      6 negatives

    • 17
      Logan, Marvel M.,
      1930s

      1 negative

    • 17
      Long, Edward V.,
      1965

      1 negative

    • 17
      Long, Huey P.,
      1932-1935

      8 negatives, funeral

    • 17
      Lucas, Scott W.,
      1940s

      16 negatives

    • 17
      Maloney, Francis T.,
      1935-1945

      2 negatives

    • 17
      Mansfield, Michael J. (Mike),
      1970s

      3 negatives

    • 17
      Martin, Edward,
      1947-1959

      2 negatives

    • 17
      Mathias, Charles M., Jr.,
      1970s

      6 negatives

    • 17
      McAdoo, William G.,
      1930s

      5 negatives

    • 17
      McCarran, Patrick A. (Pat),
      1940s

      3 negatives

    • 17
      McCarthy, Eugene J.,
      1964-1965

      4 negatives

    • 17
      McCarthy, Joseph R.,
      1947-1957

      8 negatives

    • 17
      McClellan, John L.,
      1960s

      9 negatives

    • 17
      McGee, Gale W.,
      1960s

      3 negatives

    • 17
      McIntyre,Thomas J.,
      1964-1966

      3 negatives

    • 17
      McKellar, Kenneth D.,
      1930s-1940s

      2 negatives

    • 17
      McNary, Charles L.,
      1930s-1940s

      14 negatives; includes Vice Presidential campaign of 1940

    • 17
      Mead, James M.,
      1940s

      10 negatives

    • 17
      Millikin, Eugene D.,
      1955

      1 negative; greeting Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower at National Airport

    • 17
      Miller, John E.,
      1937-1941

      1 negative

    • 17
      Minton, Sherman,
      1935-1941

      6 negatives

    • 17
      Morton, Thruston B.,
      1957-1960

      40 negatives

    • 17
      Mundt, Karl E.,
      1950s

      6 negatives

    • 17
      Murphy, George L.,
      1965

      6 negatives; with Richard M. Nixon

    • 17
      Murphy, Maurice J., Jr.,
      1962

      1 negative; with Dwight D. Eisenhower

    • 17
      Murray, James E.,
      1940s-1950s

      8 negatives

    • 17
      Muskie, Edmund S.,
      1960

      1 negative

    • 17
      Myers, Francis J.,
      1940s

      4 negatives

    • 17
      Neely, Matthew M.,
      1940s

      2 negatives

    • 17
      Nelson, Gaylord,
      August 13, 1964

      1 negative; with Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 17
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1950-1952

      4 negatives

    • 17
      Norris, George W.,
      1930s-1940s

      10 negatives

    • 17
      O'Daniel, Wilbert L.(Pappy),
      1940s

      2 negatives

    • 17
      O'Mahoney, Joseph C.,
      1930s-1940s

      8 negatives

    • 17
      Pearson, James B.,
      1960s-1970s

      7 negatives; includes Richard M. Nixon, Everett M. Dirksen, Roman L. Hruska, and [Milton R.?] Young

    • 17
      Pepper, Claude D.,
      1930s

      19 negatives

    • 17
      Pittman, Key,
      1930s

      14 negatives

    • 17
      Pope, James P.,
      1930s

      2 negatives

    • 17
      Proxmire, William,
      1972

      1 negative; copy from "Today" editorial on William Proxmire's hair transplant

    • 17
      Purtell, William A.,
      June 26, 1958

      1 negative; with John Pastore, Prescott S. Bush, Theodore Green, Norris H. Cotton, Ralph Flanders, Leverett Saltonstall, John F. Kennedy

    • 17
      Reed, Clyde M.,
      1930s

      1 negative

    • 17
      Reynolds, Robert R.,
      1930s-1940s

      3 negatives; includes photograph of letter from Secretary of War Henry Stimson

    • 17
      Robertson, Absalom W.,
      August 29, 1960

      1 negative

    • 17
      Robinson, Joseph T.,
      1930s

      8 negatives

    • 17
      Russell, Richard B.,
      1956-1965

      11 negatives

    • 17
      Randolph, Jennings,
      September 11, 1963

      1 negative

    • 17
      Saltonstall, Leverett,
      February 5, 1960

      4 negatives, with Tufts College group

    • 17
      Schoeppel, Andrew F.,
      1950s-1960s

      45 negatives

    • 18
      Schweiker, Richard S.,
      1970s

      4 negatives

    • 18
      Scott, Hugh D., Jr.,
      1959-1960

      60 negatives

    • 18
      Scott, William L.,
      1970s

      13 negatives; includes copies of old photographs

    • 18
      Sheppard, Morris,
      1920s-1930s

      10 negatives

    • 18
      Shipstead, Henrik,
      1930s-1940s

      2 negatives

    • 18
      Simpson, Milward L.,
      August 7, 1964

      1 negative; includes Barry M. Goldwater and [William E.] Miller

    • 18
      Smathers, George A.,
      1950s-1960s

      3 negatives

    • 18
      Smathers, William H.,
      1937-1943

      3 negatives

    • 18
      Smith, Ellison D.,
      1920s-1930s

      12 negatives

    • 18
      Smith, Howard A.,
      1950s

      1 negative

    • 18
      Smith, Margaret Chase,
      1950s-1960s

      3 negatives

    • 18
      Sparkman, John J.,
      1950s-1960s

      7 negatives

    • 18
      Stafford, Robert T.,
      1970s

      1 negative, portrait

    • 18
      Stevens, Theodore F.(Ted),
      1970s

      2 negatives

    • 18
      Stewart, Arthur T.,
      1940s

      2 negatives

    • 18
      Symington, William S.(Stuart),
      1950s-1960s

      6 negatives

    • 18
      Taft, Robert A.,
      1940s

      5 negatives

    • 18
      Thomas, Elbert D.,
      1940s

      5 negatives

    • 18
      Thomas, John W. E.(Elmer),
      1930s-1940s

      8 negatives

    • 18
      Thurmond, Strom,
      1970s

      9 negatives

    • 18
      Thye, Edward J.,
      1950s

      1 negative, portrait

    • 18
      Tower, John G.,
      1960s-1970s

      4 negatives; with Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 18
      Tydings, Joseph,
      1965

      6 negatives

    • 18
      Tydings, Millard E.,
      1930s-1940s

      25 negatives

    • 18
      Vandenberg, Arthur H.,
      1930s-1940s

      40 negatives

    • 18
      Wagner, Robert F.,
      1930s-1940s

      5 negatives

    • 18
      Walsh, David I.,
      1930s-1940s

      11 negatives

    • 18
      Walters, Herbert S.,
      1964

      2 negatives

    • 18
      Weicker, Lowell P.,
      1970s

      2 negatives

    • 18
      Wheeler, Burton K.,
      1930s-1940s

      12 negatives

    • 18
      White, Wallace H.,
      1930s-1940s

      5 negatives

    • 18
      Wiley, Alexander,
      1950s-1960s

      75 negatives

    • 19
      Wiley, Alexander (continued),
      1950s-1960s

      60 negatives

    • 19
      Williams, John J.,
      February 8, 1956

      1 negative

    • 19
      Yarborough, Ralph W.,
      February 19, 1965

      2 negatives

    • 19
      Young, Milton R.,
      1960s

      2 negatives; Senators learning martial arts

    • 19
      Senate Civil Liberties Committee,
      1930s

      6 negatives

    • 19
      Miscellaneous Senators,
      1930s-1960s

      50 negatives

    • 26
      Byrd, Harry F.,
      1930s

      1 glass plate negative

    • 26
      Curtis, Charles,
      1910s-1920s

      1 glass plate negative

    • 26
      Long, Huey P.,
      1930s

      1 glass plate negative

    • 26
      Senators,
      1920s-1930s

      1 glass plate negative

    • 29
      1
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Hiram L. Fong, Everett M. Dirksen, Robert J. Dole, Gerald R. Ford, Jr.

    • 29
      2
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Thomas H. Kuchel, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr., Michael J. Mansfield, Everett M. Dirksen

    • 29
      3
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Everett M. Dirksen, Barry M. Goldwater, Barry M. Goldwater, Jr., Hiram L. Fong, Hugh D. Scott, Jr., Thomas H. Kuchel, John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin, Norris H. Cotton

    • 29
      4
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Hiram L. Fong, Everett M. Dirksen, Michael J. Mansfield, Joseph S. Clark, William Proxmire, Hugh D. Scott, Jacob K. Javits, Thomas H. Kuchel, Robert P. Griffin, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr.

    • 29
      5
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Everett M. Dirksen, Hiram L. Fong, Margaret Chase Smith, Hugh D. Scott, John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin, Norris H. Cotton, Thomas H. Kuchel, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Gerald R. Ford, Jr.

    • 29
      6
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Margaret Chase Smith, Charles H. Percy, Hugh D. Scott, Everett M. Dirksen, Norris H. Cotton, John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin

    • 29
      7
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Michael J. Mansfield, Everett M. Dirksen, Hiram L. Fong, Roman L. Hruska, Robert P. Griffin

    • 29
      8
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Robert P. Griffin, Edward M. Kennedy, Everett M. Dirksen, Robert F. Kennedy, Margaret Chase Smith, Norris H. Cotton

    • 29
      9
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Edward M. Kennedy, Norris H. Cotton, Everett M. Dirksen, Hiram L. Fong, Hugh D. Scott, John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin

    • 29
      10
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Hiram L. Fong, Margaret Chase Smith, Hugh D. Scott, Norris H. Cotton, John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin

    • 31
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Everett M. Dirksen, Margaret Chase Smith, Charles H. Percy, Hugh D. Scott, Charles H. Percy, Barry M. Goldwater, Hiram L. Fong, John G. Tower, Michael J. Mansfield, Clifford P. Hansen, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr., Howard Baker, Edward W. Brooke, III

    • 32
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      2 1/4 inch negatives, some color; includes Barry M. Goldwater, Clifford P. Hansen, Hugh D. Scott, Robert F. Kennedy, Strom Thurmond, Norris H. Cotton, Robert J. Dole, Charles M. Mathias, Jr.

    • 33
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Peter H. Dominick, Everett M. Dirksen, Hugh D. Scott, Milward L. Simpson, Milton Young

    • 34
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes George D. Aiken, Gordon L. Allott, James Boggs, John Cooper, Robert J. Dole

    • 35
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Strom Thurmond, Hugh D. Scott, Robert P. Griffin, Margaret Chase Smith, John G. Tower, Roman L. Hruska, Michael J. Mansfield, Barry M. Goldwater, Robert J. Dole

    • 36
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      35mm, 8x10 inch negatives, some color; includes Hugh D. Scott, Gordon L. Allott, Henry Bellman, Clifford P. Case, Jack R. Miller, Marlow W. Cook, Hiram L. Fong, Barry M. Goldwater

    • 37
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Large format color slides; includes Everett M. Dirksen, Jacob K. Javits, Margaret Chase Smith, Hugh D. Scott, Thomas H. Kuchel

    • 38
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Robert J. Dole, Strom Thurmond, Hugh D. Scott, John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin, Norris H. Cotton, Edward M. Kennedy, Jacob K. Javits, William Brock III, Barry M. Goldwater, Margaret Chase Smith

    • 39
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Leonard B. Jordan, Clifford P. Hansen, Everett M. Dirksen, Paul J. Fannin, Hiram L. Fong, Barry M. Goldwater, Roman L. Hruska, Jacob K. Javits, Jack R. Miller, Charles H. Percy, Winston L. Prouty

    • 40
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Hugh D. Scott, Robert P. Griffin, Charles H. Percy, Hiram L. Fong, Strom Thurmond, Barry M. Goldwater

    • 41
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      2 1/2 inch negatives, some color; includes Jennings Randolph, Alan H. Bible, Hiram L. Fong, Hugh D. Scott, Charles H. Percy, James Pearson, Robert P. Griffin, Norris H. Cotton, Michael J. Mansfield, Robert W. Packwood, Mark O. Hatfield, Barry M. Goldwater, Strom Thurmond, John G. Tower, Rupert Vance Hartke

    • 42
      Senators,
      1960s-1970s

      2 1/2 inch negatives, some color; includes Hugh D. Scott, Paul J. Fannin

  • Subseries 1.2: Representatives,
    1937-1971

    Subseries 1.2 contains photographs of Representatives. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by name and then chronologically within each name.

    • 5
      1
      Bush, George H. W.,
      1967-1970
    • 5
      2
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr.,
      1973-1974
    • 5
      3
      Kleppe, Thomas S.,
      1967-1970
    • 5
      4
      Lodge, John D.,
      1947-1950
    • 5
      5
      Miller, William E.,
      1953-1964
    • 5
      6
      McIntire, Clifford G.,
      1951-1954

      Includes Margaret Chase Smith

    • 5
      7
      Steagall, Henry B.,
      1930s-1940s

      Includes Jesse Jones, Reconstruction Finance Corporation administrator

    • 5
      8
      Wold, John S.,
      1969-1971
    • 19
      Barden, Graham A.,
      1950s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Boggs, Thomas H.,
      November 7, 1956

      1 negative

    • 19
      Bonner, Herbert C.,
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Brewster, Ralph O.,
      1930s

      1 negative

    • 19
      Burleson, Omar T.,
      1950s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Cannon, Clarence A.,
      April 6, 1960

      1 negative

    • 19
      Cole, William S.,
      1940s

      1 negative

    • 19
      Cooley, Harold D.,
      1940s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Cooper, Jere,
      1930s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Dingell, John D.,
      1937

      2 negatives

    • 19
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr.,
      August 2, 1967

      10 negatives; Republican Leadership meets in Gerald R. Ford's office

    • 19
      Harter, Dow,
      1930s

      1 negative; with Hugo Eckener, Zeppelin Commander

    • 19
      McMillan, John L.,
      1940s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Murray, Thomas J.,
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1947-1949

      5 negatives

    • 19
      Poage, William R.,
      November 7, 1956

      1 negative

    • 19
      Priest, James P.,
      1950s

      1 negative, portrait

    • 19
      Reed, Daniel A.,
      November 7, 1956

      1 negative

    • 19
      Rhodes, John J.,
      October 3, 1966

      1 negative; with Richard M. Nixon

    • 19
      Smith, Howard W.,
      1930s-1940s

      1 negative, portrait

    • 19
      Steagall, Henry B.,
      1930s-1940s

      1 negative; with Jesse Jones, Reconstruction Finance Corporation administrator

    • 19
      Teague, Olin E.,
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 19
      Vinson, Carl,
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative; portrait

    • 35
      Representatives,
      1950s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Gerald R. Ford

    • 36
      Representatives,
      1950s

      35mm negatives, some color; includes Dow W. Harter, W. Sterling Cole

    • 39
      Representatives,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Joel T. Broyhill

    • 41
      Representatives,
      1960s-1970s

      2 1/2 inch negatives, some color; includes Charles Walen, Jr., Margaret M. Heckler, Henry Smith, Louis C. Wyman

  • Subseries 1.3: Presidents and Vice Presidents,
    1910-1976

    Subseries 1.3 contains photographs of Presidents and Vice Presidents. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by name and then chronologically within each name.

    • 5
      9
      Coolidge, Calvin,
      1923-1929
    • 5
      10
      Dawes, Charles G.,
      1925-1929

      Includes John J. Pershing

    • 5
      11
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1940s-1950s

      (1 of 3)

    • 5
      12
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1940s-1950s

      (2 of 3)

    • 5
      13
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1940s-1950s

      (3 of 3)

    • 5
      14
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr.,
      1970s
    • 5
      15
      Garner, John N.,
      1933-1941
    • 5
      16
      Hoover, Herbert C.,
      1929-1933
    • 5
      17
      Kennedy, John F.,
      1960s

      Mostly funeral photos

    • 5
      18
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1963-1969
    • 5
      19
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Spiro T. Agnew

    • 5
      20
      Rockefeller, Nelson A.,
      1974-1976

      (1 of 2)

    • 6
      1
      Rockefeller, Nelson A.,
      1974-1976

      (2 of 2)

    • 6
      2
      Truman, Harry S.,
      1945-1953
    • 19
      Barkley, Alben W.,
      July 28, 1952

      2 negatives; used on "Time" magazine cover

    • 19
      Coolidge, Calvin,
      1923-1929

      1 negative

    • 19
      Eisenhower, Dwight D.,
      1953-1962

      200 negatives

    • 19
      Garner, John N.,
      1933-1941

      30 negatives

    • 20
      Hoover, Herbert C.,
      1929-1933

      15 negatives

    • 20
      Humphrey, Herbert,
      1965-1967

      3 negatives

    • 20
      Johnson, Lyndon B.,
      1960-1968

      30 negatives

    • 20
      Lincoln, Abraham,
      1960s

      2 negatives; copied from book

    • 20
      Kennedy, John F.,
      November 1963

      1 negative; John F. Kennedy lies in state

    • 20
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1955-1968

      100 negatives

    • 20
      Roosevelt, Franklin D.,
      1933-1945

      4 negatives

    • 20
      Truman, Harry S.,
      1945-1953

      11 negatives

    • 20
      Misc. Vice Presidents,
      1920s-1930s

      40 negatives

    • 26
      Contest cutouts, Presidents,
      1930s

      7 glass plate negatives

    • 26
      Coolidge, Calvin,
      1923-1929

      32 glass plate negatives

    • 26
      Curtis, Charles,
      1929-1933

      14 glass plate negatives

    • 26
      Dawes, Charles G.,
      1925-1929

      1 glass plate negative

    • 26
      Garner, John N.,
      1933-1941

      1 glass plate negative

    • 26
      Harding, Warren G.,
      1921-1923

      8 negatives; includes Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Carl Laemmle

    • 26
      Hoover, Herbert C.,
      1929-1933

      75 glass plate negatives; includes Charles Lindbergh, Juan de la Cierva, Lincoln Ellsworth

    • 27
      Taft, William Howard,
      1909-1913

      2 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Wilson, Woodrow,
      1913-1921

      3 glass plate negatives

    • 29
      11
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr. , with Senators,
      1970s

      Includes Hugh D. Scott, Everett M. Dirksen, John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin, Norris H. Cotton

    • 29
      12
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr., with Senators,
      1970s

      Includes John G. Tower, Robert P. Griffin

    • 29
      13
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1969-1974
    • 29
      14
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1969-1974
    • 30
      1
      Nixon, Richard M.,
      1960s-1970s

      Includes Spiro T. Agnew, Ronald W. Reagan

    • 30
      2
      Truman, Harry S. and Dwight D. Eisenhower,
      1950s-1960s
    • 31
      Presidents, Vice Presidents,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Nelson A. Rockefeller, Richard M. Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Gerald R. Ford, Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 32
      Presidents, Vice Presidents,
      1950s-1970s

      2 1/4 inch negatives, some color; includes Spiro T. Agnew, Gerald R. Ford, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 35
      Presidents, Vice Presidents,
      1950s-1970s

      Color slides; includes Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon

    • 36
      Presidents, Vice Presidents,
      1970s

      35mm negatives, some color; includes Gerald R. Ford, Richard M. Nixon

    • 39
      Presidents, Vice Presidents,
      1960s

      Color slides; includes Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 41
      Presidents, Vice Presidents,
      1960s

      2 1/2 inch negatives, some color; includes Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy

  • Subseries 1.4: Notable political figures, U.S. Supreme Court Justices and Foreign Dignitaires,
    1921-1971

    Subseries 1.4 contains photographs of Governors, cabinet secretaries, foreign dignitaries, and other important political figures. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by name and then chronologically within each name.

    • 6
      3
      Asian diplomatic visit to US,
      1971

      Includes Queen of Malaysia, Ferdinand Marcos and Imelda R. Marcos of the Phillipines, King and Queen of Sikkim

    • 6
      4
      Blewett, Alexander, Jr.,
      1960s

      Unsuccessful candidate for Montana U.S. Senate seat 1964

    • 6
      5
      Bontrager, D. Russell,
      1960s

      Unsuccessful candidate for Indiana U.S. Senate seat 1964

    • 6
      6
      Charles, Prince of Wales and Princess Anne,
      July 1970

      includes Tricia and Julie Nixon

    • 6
      7
      Farley, James,
      1933-1940

      includes Pat O'Brien

    • 6
      8
      Peterson, Elly,
      1960s

      Unsuccessful candidate for Michigan U.S. Senate seat 1964

    • 6
      9
      Stevenson, Adlai E., III,
      1950s-1960s
    • 6
      10
      U.S. Supreme Court Justices,
      1940s
    • 6
      11
      Valeo, Francis R., Secretary of the Senate,
      1960s-1970s

      (1 of 2); Portrait

    • 6
      12
      Valeo, Francis R., Secretary of the Senate,
      1960s-1970s

      (2 of 2); Portrait

    • 6
      13
      Whitmore, Howard, Jr.,
      1960s

      Unsuccessful candidate for Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat 1964

    • 6
      14
      Wilkinson, Bud,
      1960s

      Unsuccessful candidate for Oklahoma U.S. Senate seat 1964

    • 6
      15
      Wilkinson, Ernest,
      1960s

      Unsuccessful candidate for Utah U.S. Senate seat 1964

    • 6
      16
      Whitney, Wheelock, Jr.,
      1960s

      Unsuccessful candidate for Minnesota U.S. Senate seat 1964

    • 20
      Adams, Sherman,
      1953-1958

      3 negatives; with Jim Haggerty

    • 20
      Adenauer, Konrad,
      May 28, 1957

      2 negatives; with William Knowland and Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon

    • 20
      Alcorn, Meade,
      1957-1958

      4 negatives

    • 20
      Benson, Ezra,
      1953-1961

      1 negative

    • 20
      Black, Hugo,
      1937

      4 negatives

    • 20
      Biffle, Leslie,
      1945-1953

      6 negatives

    • 20
      Brown, Fred H.,
      1939-1940

      4 negatives

    • 20
      Brownell, Herbert, Jr.,
      1953-1957

      2 negatives

    • 20
      Bush, George H. W.,
      February 18, 1976

      1 negative; appointment as Director of Central Intelligence Agency, with John J. Sparkman, Jacob K. Javits, Charles H. Percy, Michael J. Mansfield, Gale McGee, George McGovern

    • 20
      Butler, Pierce,
      1937

      3 negatives

    • 20
      Calver, George W.,
      1940s

      1 negative

    • 20
      Cardozo, Benjamin,
      1930s

      2 negatives

    • 20
      Castro, Fidel,
      April 17, 1959

      2 negatives

    • 20
      Cheng, Chen,
      1961

      3 negatives; with Leverett Saltonstall, George D. Aiken, Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 20
      Clark, Charles P.,
      July 14, 1958

      1 negative; with Spanish Ambassador

    • 20
      Clark, Thomas C.,
      1950s

      1 negative

    • 20
      Craig, Malin,
      October 2, 1935

      1 negative

    • 20
      Cummings, Homer S.,
      1933-1939

      6 negatives

    • 20
      Dern, George,
      1933-1936

      20 negatives

    • 20
      Donaldson, Bill,
      1930s

      3 negatives; with Bill Collins, U.S. Capitol Press Gallery

    • 20
      Duke, Joseph C.,
      1950s

      8 negatives; with Carl Hayden and Ernest McFarland

    • 20
      Durkin, Martin P.,
      1953

      1 negative; with Mrs. Durkin, Inaugural Ball, Washington D.C. Armory

    • 20
      Early, Stephen,
      1933-1945

      4 negatives

    • 20
      Edison, Charles,
      1940

      5 negatives

    • 20
      Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain,
      October 1957

      28 negatives; with Prince Philip, Richard M. Nixon

    • 20
      Farley, James,
      1933-1940

      40 negatives; includes appearance before committee investigating airmail contracts

    • 21
      Flemming, Arthur,
      June 3, 1960

      6 negatives; testifying before Congress

    • 21
      Gruenther, Alfred,
      1950s

      1 negative; civilian portrait

    • 21
      Hall, Leonard,
      January 19, 1957

      1 negative; smoking peace pipe with North Dakota Indians

    • 21
      Hobby, Oveta Culp,
      1953-1955

      3 negatives; interviewed by Ron Cochran of CBS

    • 21
      Hughes, Charles Evans,
      1930-1941

      16 negatives

    • 21
      Hull, Cordell,
      November 13, 1937

      1 negative; National Press Club Dinner

    • 21
      Kerr, Philip, Lord Lothian,
      1939-1940

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Knox, Frank,
      July 11, 1940

      1 negative; sworn in as Secretary of the Navy by Felix Frankfurter

    • 21
      Love, John A.,
      1963

      8 negatives

    • 21
      MacCracken, William P., Jr.,
      February 2, 1934

      1 negative

    • 21
      Marshall, George C.,
      1950s

      10 negatives

    • 21
      Misc. U.S. Supreme Court Justices,
      1930s-1950s

      13 negatives

    • 21
      Morganthau, Henry, Jr.,
      1930s

      1 negative; with Herbert Gaston and James Farley

    • 21
      Rabin, Yitzchak,
      January 28, 1976

      2 negatives; addressing Congress

    • 21
      Reed, Stanley F.,
      1938

      3 negatives

    • 21
      Roberts, Owen ,
      1930s-1940s

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Romney, Kenneth,
      1931-1945

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Roper, Daniel C.,
      1933-1938

      1 negative

    • 21
      Roy, William,
      1938-1948

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Sommerfield, Arthur,
      1953-1961

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Steinle, Roland J.,
      July 17, 1958

      4 negatives; with Richard M. Nixon, Everett M. Dirksen, other Senators

    • 21
      Stone, Harlan F.,
      1930s

      4 negatives

    • 21
      Sutherland, George ,
      1930s

      4 negatives

    • 21
      Swanson, Claude,
      1930s

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Thorton, Daniel,
      1950s

      1 negative

    • 21
      Trice, J. Mark,
      June 5, 1959

      1 negative

    • 21
      Udall, Stewart L.,
      1960s

      1 negative

    • 21
      Underwood, Cecil,
      October 1960

      2 negatives; with Louis S. Rothschild

    • 21
      Wallace, Henry A.,
      1933-1940

      10 negatives

    • 21
      Warren, Earl,
      1953-1969

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Woodin, William H.,
      1930s

      3 negatives; with Cordell Hull, Henry Morganthau, Jr.

    • 21
      Woodring, Harry H.,
      1930s

      29 negatives

    • 27
      Cosgrave, William T.,
      January 28, 1928

      2 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Hoover, Herbert C.,
      May 2, 1927

      2 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      MacDonald, Ramsey,
      1929-1933

      1 glass plate negative; includes Herbert C. Hoover

    • 27
      Mitchell, William (Billy),
      1910s-1920s

      5 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Stone, Harlan F.,
      1930s

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      U.S. Supreme Court Justices,
      1920s

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      Taft, William Howard,
      1921-1930

      1 glass plate negative

  • Subseries 1.5: Celebrities,
    1923-1965

    Subseries 1.5 contains photographs of celebrities who visited Washington, D.C. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by name and then chronologically within each name.

    • 6
      17
      Shepard, Alan,
      1960s
    • 21
      Astronauts,
      1959-1962

      13 negatives

    • 21
      Brian, Mary,
      1939

      5 negatives

    • 21
      Burr, Raymond,
      June 22, 1959

      1 negative

    • 21
      Carey, Harry,
      March 24, 1940

      2 negatives; with John Garfield

    • 21
      Cochran, Steve,
      1937-1938

      27 negatives

    • 21
      Coconut Grove night club,
      1930s

      4 negatives; includes Carl Mainfort, Doris Stauffer, Bob Brockhurst, Irene Bordoni

    • 21
      Cooper, Gordon,
      September 14, 1965

      6 negatives; with Charles Conrad, Jr., Hubert H. Humphrey, Jr.

    • 21
      Culpepper, Shirly,
      March 1955

      6 negatives

    • 21
      Dudley, Doris,
      March 31, 1940

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Evans, Dale,
      March 12, 1959

      1 negative; with daughter

    • 21
      Glenn, John,
      1959-1962

      18 negatives; with Senators

    • 21
      Grissom, Gus,
      1965

      18 negatives; with John Young

    • 21
      Hannigan, Maie,
      1920s-1930s

      6 negatives

    • 21
      Hearst, William Randolph, Jr. (Mrs.),
      1930s

      2 negatives; at French Embassy reception, with William McCracken and Martha Roundtree.

    • 21
      Jean, Gloria,
      1940s

      14 negatives; with Bernie Kriesler and Hardie Meakin III

    • 21
      Mclean, Evelyn Walsh,
      1933-1939

      2 negatives

    • 21
      O'Brien, Pat,
      December 19, 1939

      1 negative; with James Farley

    • 21
      Reed, Macon,
      1930s

      1 negative; at French Embassy party

    • 21
      Schirra, Wally,
      May 28, 1959

      2 negatives; with Clifford P. Case

    • 21
      Shepard, Alan,
      1959-1961

      18 negatives; with John Glenn, Styles Bridges, Francis Case, Michael J. Mansfield, Norris H. Cotton, Prescott S. Bush

    • 21
      Thielfall, Paul,
      1950s

      1 negative

    • 21
      Yates Sisters, Jerry, Carol, and Lynn,
      1940s

      1 negative

    • 27
      Bremen Flyers,
      1923-1929

      2 glass plate negatives; includes Calvin Coolidge

    • 27
      Cohan, George M.,
      1929-1933

      1 glass plate negative; includes Herbert C. Hoover, Sol Bloom

    • 27
      Del Rio, Dolores,
      July 17, 1929

      1 glass plate negative; includes Charles Curtis

    • 27
      Gibbons, Floyd,
      1920s-1930s

      1 glass plate negative

  • Subseries 1.6: General,
    1927-1975

    Subseries 1.6 is contains people who do not fit in other subseries, including politicians' families without the politician in the picture. This subseries is sorted alphabetically by name.

    • 7
      1
      Carpenter, Liz,
      February 7, 1953

      With children

    • 7
      2
      Dupont, Pierre S.,
      1920s

      Duplicates of broken negatives

    • 7
      3
      Ladies of the Senate,
      April 22, 1975

      Luncheon given for Betty Ford

    • 7
      4
      Kid Pictures with Senators,
      1960s-1970s
    • 7
      5
      McCubbin, M. D.,
      June 25,1938
    • 7
      6
      Misc. People,
      1930s-1970s
    • 7
      7
      Sinnott, Joseph J.,
      1910s
    • 21
      Balzo, MaryJane del,
      1930s-1940s

      1 negative

    • 21
      Bellmon, Shirley,
      1970s

      3 negatives

    • 21
      Boyd, Ben,
      1920s

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Boyd, Maryann,
      1930s

      2 negatives

    • 21
      Brobeck, George K.,
      1930s

      1 negative

    • 21
      Burdick, Quentin, Staffers,
      1965-1967

      4 negatives

    • 21
      Burger, George ,
      1950s-1960s

      28 negatives

    • 21
      Carpenter, Liz,
      February 7, 1953

      6 negatives; with children

    • 21
      Clary, [Alla],
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative

    • 21
      D'Augustino, Carmen,
      1930s-1940s

      13 negatives

    • 21
      Dulles, Allen,
      1950s

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Eisenhower, Mamie,
      1950s

      11 negatives

    • 22
      Garner, Mariette Rheiner,
      1930s

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Federal Housing Authority group,
      September 18, 1958

      1 negative

    • 22
      Forbes, Malcolm,
      July 11, 1957

      3 negatives

    • 22
      Frankfurter, Felix, Office Staff,
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative

    • 22
      Funderburk, J. Baxter,
      October 25 ,1957

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Glaser, Myron,
      December 28, 1958

      3 negatives; Christmas party

    • 22
      Goldwater, Margaret,
      January 27, 1956

      1 negative; portrait

    • 22
      GOP Kitchen Kabinet,
      1950s

      9 negatives

    • 22
      Hammann, Reid L.,
      1950s-1960s

      4 negatives

    • 22
      Harrison Bible Class, St. Luke's Methodist Church,
      1959-1962

      9 negatives

    • 22
      Hatch, Elaine,
      1950s

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Hawaiian Youth,
      1960s

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Hoover, Lou Henry,
      1929-1933

      1 negative; at Red Cross

    • 22
      House Page Boys,
      1950s-1960s

      4 negatives

    • 22
      Immaculate High School student,
      June 2, 1960

      3 negatives

    • 22
      Johnson, Claudia Taylor (Lady Bird),
      1961-1965

      8 negatives

    • 22
      Johnson, Victor,
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative; with A. B. Herman and Lee Potter

    • 22
      Kansas farm group,
      1930s-1940s

      1 negative

    • 22
      Kentucky State Society,
      April 24, 1959

      4 negatives

    • 22
      Lee, Eleanor,
      1940s-1950s

      1 negative

    • 22
      Legion of Valor,
      1950s-1960s

      8 negatives

    • 22
      Lewis, John L.,
      1950s

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Maragon, John,
      1930s-1940s

      1 negative; with his wife

    • 22
      McMiller, Ralph,
      July 30, 1963

      4 negatives

    • 22
      Mooney, [?],
      October 15, 1959

      2 negatives; coal industry

    • 22
      New Mexico State Society,
      1940s-1950s

      4 negatives

    • 22
      Nixon Family,
      1950s-1960s

      6 negatives

    • 22
      Reilly, James D.,
      1950s

      1 negative; copy of portrait in a publication

    • 22
      Sanborn, Herbert,
      September 1, 1959

      1 negative

    • 22
      Sanborn, Katherine Joanne,
      June 2, 1960

      13 negatives; daughter of Kimball Sanborn

    • 22
      St. Matthews Church group,
      1950s-1960s

      5 negatives

    • 22
      Scott, Arthur E.,
      1930s

      1 negative; with F. I. Thompson

    • 22
      Swick, Craig,
      January 18-19, 1962

      15 negatives

    • 22
      Townsend, Franic,
      1930s

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Tudin, Kitchie,
      April 18, 1958

      1 negative

    • 22
      Tufts College Chorus,
      February 5, 1960

      2 negatives; with Professor K. MacKillop

    • 22
      Unidentified people,
      1930s-1960s

      40 negatives

    • 22
      West, Hugh A.,
      January 16, 1960

      15 negatives; with his wife

    • 22
      WFMD radio station,
      1930s-1940s

      9 negatives; with American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers

    • 22
      Williams, Clare,
      1950s

      2 negatives; with Victoria Hruska

    • 22
      Wisconsin AAA,
      May 8, 1959

      1 negative

    • 22
      Wrigley, Tom, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks,
      February 21, 1951

      5 negatives

    • 22
      Woodson Highschool orchestra students,
      1950s-1960s

      4 negatives

    • 22
      Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA),
      January 10, 1961

      12 negatives

    • 27
      Coolidge, John,
      December 23, 1927

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      Dupont, Pierre S.,
      1920s

      2 glass plate negatives; see duplicate prints in folder 7.2

    • 27
      Gann, Dolly,
      1929-1933

      2 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Hoover, Lou Henry,
      1930-1931

      6 glass plate negatives

    • 30
      3
      General people,
      1930s-1960s

      Includes White House photographers, Bess and Mary Margaret Truman

    • 37
      Scott, Arthur E., personal photos,
      1950s

      Large format color slides

    • 41
      Scott, Arthur E., personal photos,
      1950s-1960s
Series 2: Places,
1927-1976
(Boxes 7-9, 22-23, 27, 31, 43)

This series contains photographs of Washington, D.C. and the surrounding area, as well as other national and over seas locations. These places includes buildings, parks, landmarks, and monuments. This series is divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 2.1: U.S. Capitol Building,
    1956-1976

    Subseries 2.1 contains photographs of the U.S. Captiol building, interior and exterior.

    • 7
      8
      U.S. Capitol Building,
      1930s-1970s
    • 7
      9
      Cleaning chandelier at the U.S. Capitol building,
      August 4, 1975
    • 7
      10
      Flag raising over the U.S. Capitol Building,
      June 14, 1976

      Includes Carolyn Hartman, Wes Holden, Barry M. Goldwater

    • 7
      11
      Prayer Room,
      1956
    • 7
      12
      Rotunda Images,
      1960s

      Includes Senators (maybe John F. Kennedy inauguration)

    • 7
      13
      Statuary Hall,
      1960s
    • 22
      U.S. Capitol building,
      1950s-1970s

      35 negatives; includes Senate Subway

    • 27
      U.S. Capitol Building,
      1920s-1930s

      12 glass plate negatives

  • Subseries 2.2: Washington, D.C. Area,
    1927-1964

    Subseries 2.2 contains photographs of the Washington, D.C. area, including parks, landmarks, monuments, and other buildings. These photographs are arranged alphabetically by location name.

    • 8
      1
      Aerial Pictures of Washington, D.C.,
      1930s
    • 8
      2
      Arlington Memorial Bridge,
      January 17, 1932
    • 8
      3
      Arlington National Cemetery Amphitheater,
      1940s
    • 8
      4
      Boating Scenes, Washington, D.C.,
      1930s
    • 8
      5
      District of Columbia Jail and Morgue,
      1930s
    • 8
      6
      Eisenhower Executive Office Buidling (formerly State, War, and Navy Building),
      1930s-1940s
    • 8
      7
      Embassy of Japan,
      1930s
    • 8
      8
      Embassy of Mexico, mural,
      November 25, 1933
    • 8
      9
      Embassy of Russia,
      1930s
    • 8
      10
      Federal Triangle Complex,
      1930s-1940s
    • 8
      11
      Interior of Washington, D.C. building, War Department?,
      1920s
    • 8
      12
      Jimmy LaFontaine's Gambling House,
      1920s-1930s

      Located at Bladensburg Rd. and Eastern Ave.

    • 8
      13
      Library of Congress,
      1930s
    • 8
      14
      Lincoln Memorial,
      1930s
    • 8
      15
      Meridian Park,
      1930s

      16th and Florida Ave, NW

    • 8
      16
      Misc. Washington, D.C. Area,
      1930s-1940s
    • 8
      17
      Mount Vernon, Virginia,
      1930s
    • 8
      18
      National Archives, Interior,
      1930s-1940s
    • 8
      19
      Washington National Cathedral,
      1932
    • 8
      20
      National Geographic Building,
      1930s-1940s
    • 8
      21
      Pan American Union Building, Interior,
      1930s-1940s
    • 8
      22
      Patterson House, Dupont Circle,
      1927

      Temporary home for Calvin Coolidge while White House was getting a new roof

    • 8
      23
      Potomac River,
      1930s

      Includes President's Cup Regatta, Great Falls

    • 8
      24
      Russell Senate Office Building,
      1930s
    • 8
      25
      Shoreham Building,
      1930s

      15th and H St., NW

    • 8
      26
      Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building,
      November 9, 1931
    • 8
      27
      Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey building,
      1930s
    • 8
      28
      Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery,
      1930s

      Includes religious statue

    • 8
      29
      Union Station,
      1920s-1930s
    • 8
      30
      U.S. Soldier's Home, Scott Building,
      1930s

      Now called Sherman Building

    • 8
      31
      US Treasury, vault,
      1930s
    • 8
      32
      Vice President's Office,
      1970s
    • 8
      33
      Washington Circle,
      1930s
    • 8
      34
      Washington Monument,
      1930s
    • 8
      35
      White House,
      1930s-1940s
    • 22
      108 4th St., SE,
      1930s-1940s

      10 negatives

    • 22
      403-405-407 2nd St., SE,
      September 25, 1964

      2 negatives

    • 22
      2760 32nd St., NW,
      Septebember 11, 1956

      2 negatives

    • 22
      3415 Volta Place, NW,
      October 27, 1959

      3 negatives; home of Alexander Graham Bell's servants; with Dorothy Walker Bush

    • 22
      4608 Reservoir Rd.,
      1960s

      1 negative

    • 22
      5020 Lowell St. NW,
      October 15, 1956

      2 negatives

    • 22
      Blan House,
      1950s

      6 negatives

    • 22
      National Zoo,
      1950s

      3 negatives

    • 22
      Pentagon Cafeteria,
      1950s

      14 negatives

    • 22
      Sears Department Store,
      April 5, 1959

      4 negatives

    • 22
      Unidentifed houses,
      1950s-1960s

      12 negatives

    • 22
      White House,
      1950s-1960s

      22 negatives; includes color positives

    • 27
      Arlington National Cemetery,
      1920s-1930s

      3 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Barbara Fritchie House,
      1920s-1930s

      3 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Friends Church, 13th and Irving Sts., NW,
      1920s-1930s

      1 glass plate negative; Herbert C. Hoover's church

    • 27
      Northeast corner, 6th and Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
      June 9, 1932

      1 glass plate negative; National Guard Armory

    • 27
      Northeast corner, 14th and Pennsylvania Ave., NW ,
      June 9, 1932

      1 glass plate negative; buildings razed

    • 27
      Northwest corner, 3rd and Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
      June 9, 1932

      2 glass plate negatives; buildings razed

    • 27
      Taft, William Howard, Home,
      1920s

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      Union Station,
      1920s-1930s

      1 glass plate negative; statue of an American Indian killing a buffalo

    • 27
      Washington D.C., general,
      1920s-1930s

      6 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Washington Hotel, Northeast Corner of 15th and Pennsylvania Ave., NW,
      June 9, 1932

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      White House,
      1920s-1930s

      4 glass plate negatives

  • Subseries 2.3: U.S. Supreme Court Building,
    1930s-1940s

    Subseries 2.3 contains photographs of the U.S. Supreme Court Building, interior and exterior, including construction of the building.

    • 9
      1
      U.S. Supreme Court Building,
      1930s-1940s
    • 22
      U.S. Supreme Court Building,
      1930s-1940s

      7 negatives; includes construction

  • Subseries 2.4: National and International,
    1930s-1958

    Subseries 2.4 contains photographs of national and international locations, including the Panama Canal Zone.

    • 9
      2
      Tampa Nugget cigar factory, Florida,
      1930s-1940s
    • 23
      Far East,
      June 25, 1958

      3 negatives; "health pictures"

    • 23
      Puerto Rico,
      1960s

      3 negatives

    • 31
      Rome, Italy and Vatican City,
      1960s-1970s

      commerical tourist slides

    • 43
      Panama Canal Zone,
      1940s-1950s

      mounted aerial photographs

    • Oversize
      Panama Canal Zone,
      1940s-1950s

      mounted aerial photographs

Series 3: Events,
1921-1976
(Boxes 9-11, 23-25, 27, 30, 33, 35-36, 38-42)

This series contains photographs of events such as natural disaster, theater performances, dinners, meetings, speeches, press conferences, campaigns, conventions, inaugurations, and the presentation of Buddy Poppies. Figures included in these photographs include Congresspeople, Presidents, and other politicians. This series is divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 3.1: Natural disasters,
    1930s

    Subseries 3.1 contains photographs of the aftermath of natural disasters.

    • 9
      3
      Flooded roadway between Norfolk and Virginia Beach,
      1930s

      Norfolk, Virginia

    • 23
      Fireman killed in wreck of hook and ladder engine,
      1930s

      1 negative; Baltimore, Maryland

    • 23
      Harper's Ferry, West Virginia flood,
      1930s

      1 negative; highway bridge washed out in flood

    • 23
      Flooded roadway between Norfolk and Virginia Beach,
      1930s

      2 negatives; Norfolk, Virginia

  • Subseries 3.2: Dinners, Meetings, and Fundraisers,
    1932-1968

    Subseries 3.2 contains photographs of dinners, meetings, and fundraisers.

    • 23
      Administrative Assistants Luncheon,
      July 28, 1955

      1 negative

    • 23
      Conference on Immigration,
      January 13, 1964

      9 negatives; includes Lyndon B. Johnson, James Eastland, Phillip A. Hart, Hiram L. Fong

    • 23
      Eisenhower, Dwight D., birthday breakfast,
      October 14, 1958

      20 negatives; Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower attend birthday party at Statler Hotel

    • 23
      Eisenhower, Dwight D. and Richard M. Nixon, dinner,
      January 5, 1961

      30 negatives; includes Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Republican Senators

    • 23
      East Texas Chamber of Commerce lunch,
      1939

      1 negative

    • 23
      Johnson, Lyndon B., lunch,
      October 14, 1966

      14 negatives; includes British Foreign Secretary George Brown, Margaret Chase Smith, Maurine Neuberger

    • 23
      Lincoln Day $5.00 Dinner,
      Febrary 8, 1956

      8 negatives

    • 23
      Morton, Thruston, dinner,
      1950s-1960s

      4 negatives; includes Everett M. Dirksen, Thruston Morton

    • 23
      Murphy, George, luncheon,
      July 1964

      11 negatives; includes Dwight D. Eisenhower, William Miller, Walt Disney, John Eisenhower, Len Hall, Thruston Morton, Richard M. Nixon, Barry M. Goldwater, George Murphy

    • 23
      Nixon, Richard M., coffee meeting,
      July 18, 1968

      30 negatives; inclues Richard M. Nixon and Republican Senators

    • 23
      Policy Luncheon 1965,
      September 14, 1965

      6 negatives; includes Richard M. Nixon, Everett M. Dirksen, John G. Tower, Leonard B. Jordan, Gordon L. Allott

    • 23
      Policy Luncheon 1966,
      August 23, 1966

      12 negatives; includes Richard M. Nixon, John G. Tower, Lee Hruska, Edward W. Brooke, III, Everett M. Dirksen, Milton Young, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Paul J. Fannin, Leverett Saltonstall

    • 23
      Potter, Charlie, party,
      April 15, 1962

      23 negatives

    • 23
      Republican Party Chairman reception,
      April 16, 1956

      1 negative

    • 23
      Republican Party dinner for Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon,
      April 17, 1956

      4 negatives; promoting "Ring the Bells and Tell the People" slogan

    • 23
      Republican Party dinner at Sheraton Park Hotel,
      June 8, 1959

      20 negatives; includes Dwight D. Eisenhower

    • 23
      Republican Party breakfast,
      July 29, 1955

      3 negatives; includes George Bender, Dwight D. Eisenhower

    • 23
      Republican Senators dinner,
      February 18, 1957

      1 negative; includes Frederick Payne, Everett M. Dirksen, Wallace F. Bennett, Prescott S. Bush

    • 23
      Republican Senators dinner,
      August 24, 1960

      34 negatives; includes Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Republican Senators

    • 23
      Veterans Dinner,
      1950s-1960s

      2 negatives

    • 27
      Washington, D.C. Press Club Barbecue,
      May 21, 1932

      3 glass plate negatives

  • Subseries 3.3: Bill signings, Speeches, and Press Conferences,
    1937-1974

    Subseries 3.3 contains photographs of bill signings, speeches, and press conferences.

    • 9
      4
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr., State of the Union,
      August 12, 1974
    • 23
      80th Congress ,
      1947

      3 negatives; swearing in House Officers

    • 23
      82nd Congress,
      January 3, 1951

      1 negatives; includes Samuel Rayburn, Adolph Sabath

    • 23
      Automation bill,
      August 19, 1964

      9 negatives; includes Lyndon B. Johnson, Hiram L. Fong, Jacob K. Javits, Joseph Clark, Jennings Randolph, Bob Bartlett, Philip Hart

    • 23
      Civil Rights Act,
      July 1964

      1 negatives; photograph of a shadow box containg a pen and a photograph of Lyndon B. Johnson handing a pen to Everett M. Dirksen

    • 23
      Federal Airport Act SII53,
      March 11, 1964

      1 negative; includes Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 23
      Hawaii statehood,
      August 21, 1959

      11 negatives; includes Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon,Oren Long, Hiram L. Fong, Samuel Rayburn, Daniel Inouye

    • 23
      House Naval Affairs Committee,
      1930s-1940s

      1 negative

    • 23
      Johnson, Lyndon B., bill signing,
      July 20, 1965

      1 negatives; includes John G. Tower

    • 23
      Miscellaneous Congress Openings,
      1950s-1960s

      24 negatives

    • 23
      Pay-raise bill,
      August 14, 1964

      10 negatives; includes Lyndon B. Johnson, Hiram L. Fong, Frank Carlson, J. Calib Boggs

    • 23
      Policy Luncheon press conference,
      September 14, 1965

      3 negatives; includes Richard M. Nixon

    • 23
      Radio gallery,
      1939

      1 negative; includes Fulton Lewis, William Bankhead, William Barbour, John Dempsey

    • 23
      Republican National Committee meeting,
      July 25-30, 1960

      14 negatives; includes Richard M. Nixon

    • 23
      Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense,
      February 4, 1960

      3 negatives; includes Arleigh Burke

    • 23
      Special Session called by Franklin D. Roosevelt,
      November 15, 1937

      5 negatives; includes William Bankhead

    • 23
      Veterans bill,
      December 6, 1973

      4 negatives; includes Richard M. Nixon, Strom Thurmond, Clifford P. Hansen, Rupert V. Hartke

  • Subseries 3.4: Campaigns and Conventions,
    1952-1974

    Subseries 3.4 contains photographs of campaigns and conventions, mainly consisting of events for members of the Republican Party.

    • 9
      5
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr., Ronald W. Reagan, and Richard M. Nixon at Republican National Convention,
      1964
    • 9
      6
      Nixon, Richard M., addresses joint session of Congress,
      1969-1974
    • 9
      7
      Nixon, Richard M., addresses joint session of Congress,
      1969-1974
    • 23
      1952 election, Cherrydale, VA,
      1952

      4 negatives

    • 23
      1956 Republican National Headquarters,
      1956

      4 negatives

    • 23
      1960 Republican National Convention,
      July 25-30, 1960

      7 negatives; includes Dwight D. Eisenhower

    • 24
      1960 Republican National Convention, general views,
      July 25-30, 1960

      19 negatives

    • 24
      1960 Republican National Convention, Richard M. Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.,
      July 25-30, 1960

      14 negatives

    • 24
      1960 Republican National Convention, Nelson A. Rockefeller,
      July 25-30, 1960

      14 negatives

    • 24
      1960 Republican National Convention, Senators,
      July 25-30, 1960

      13 negatives; includes Henry Dworshak, Hiram L. Fong, Andrew Schoeppel, Thruston Morton, Carl Curtis, Roman L. Hruska, John Cooper, Karl Mundt, Henry Styles Bridges, George D. Aiken, Milton Young, Bourke B. Hickenlooper

    • 24
      1964 Republican National Convention, demonstrations,
      July 13-18, 1964

      8 negatives; includes demonstrations for Margaret Chase Smith, William Scranton

    • 24
      1964 Republican National Convention, Barry M. Goldwater,
      July 10-18, 1964

      40 negatives; includes speeches and nomination

    • 24
      1964 Republican National Convention, Senators and Reprsentatives,
      July 13-18, 1964

      150 negatives; includes Leverett Saltonstall, Gordon L. Allott, John G. Tower, Clifford P. Case, John S.Cooper, William Miller, Roman L. Hruska, Thurston Morton, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Leverett Saltonstall, Wallace F. Bennett, Peter H. Dominick, Milward L. Simpson, Jacob K. Javits, Hiram L. Fong, Margaret Chase Smith, George D. Aiken

    • 24
      Campaign - New Senators, Faces and Biographies,
      January 18, 1963

      4 negatives

    • 24
      Nixon, Richard M., campaining in Hawaii, Los Angeles, California,
      August 1960

      12 negatives

    • 30
      4
      1964 Republican National Convention,
      July 13-18, 1964

      Includes Republican Policy Committee Elephant

    • 33
      1964 Republican National Convention,
      July 13-18, 1964

      Color slides

    • 35
      Campaigns,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides; Barry M. Goldwater, Richard S. Schweiker, William Scott

    • 36
      Nixon, Richard M., campaining in Hawaii, Los Angeles, California,
      August 1960

      35 mm negatives, some color

    • 38
      Nixon, Richard M., campaining in Hawaii, Los Angeles, California,
      August 1960

      Color slides

    • 39
      Nixon, Richard M., campaining in Hawaii, Los Angeles, California,
      August 1960

      Color slides

  • Subseries 3.5: Inaugurations,
    1956-1974

    Subseries 3.5 contains photographs of inauguration ceremonies and events.

    • 9
      8
      Eisenhower, Dwight D., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1956
    • 9
      9
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr., Oath of Office,
      December 6, 1973

      Photos by Mickey Stenko, house Republican Party photographer

    • 9
      10
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr., Oath of Office,
      December 6, 1973
    • 9
      11
      Godwin, Mills E., Inauguration as Virginia Governor,
      January 12, 1974

      See inauguration program in folder 11.20

    • 9
      12
      Kennedy, John F., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1961
    • 9
      13
      Nixon, Richard M., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1973
    • 10
      1
      Rockefeller, Nelson A., Oath of Office,
      December 19, 1974

      (1 of 2)

    • 10
      2
      Rockefeller, Nelson A., Oath of Office,
      December 19, 1974

      (2 of 2)

    • 10
      3
      Rockefeller, Nelson A., Oath of Office,
      December 19, 1974

      (1 of 3)

    • 10
      4
      Rockefeller, Nelson A., Oath of Office,
      December 19, 1974

      (2 of 3)

    • 10
      5
      Rockefeller, Nelson A., Oath of Office,
      December 19, 1974

      (3 of 3)

    • 24
      Coolidge, Calvin, Inauguration,
      1950s-1960s

      2 negatives; March 4, 1925, reproduced from Interional New Photo collection

    • 24
      Eisenhower, Dwight D., Inauguration,
      January 21, 1957

      30 negatives

    • 24
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr., Oath of Office,
      December 6, 1973

      14 negatives

    • 24
      Harding, Warren G., Inauguration,
      1950s-1960s

      10 negatives; March 4, 1921, reproduced from National Archives collection

    • 24
      Hoover, Herbert C., Inauguration,
      1950s-1960s

      9 negatives; March 4, 1929, reproduced from International News Photo collection

    • 24
      Javits, Jacob, Oath of Office,
      January 9, 1963

      2 negatives; includes Lyndon B. Johnson

    • 24
      Johnson, Lyndon B., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1965

      3 negatives

    • 24
      Kennedy, John F., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1961

      2 negatives

    • 24
      Lincoln, Abraham, Inauguration,
      1950s-1960s

      2 negatives; March 4, 1961, reproduced from National Archives collection

    • 24
      Murray, Joseph, Federal Home Loan Board, Oath of Office,
      May 3, 1961

      2 negatives

    • 24
      Rockefeller, Nelson A., Oath of Office,
      December 19, 1974

      6 negatives

    • 24
      Roosevelt, Theodore, Inauguration,
      1950s-1960s

      2 negatives; March 4, 1905, reproduced from International News Photo collection

    • 24
      Tower, John, Oath of Office,
      June 15, 1961

      6 negatives

    • 24
      Unidentified inaugurations,
      1940s-1960s

      10 negatives

    • 24
      Wilson, Woodrow, Oath of Office, Inauguration,
      1950s-1960s

      7 negatives; March 3-4, 1917, reproduced from International News Photo collection

    • 30
      5
      Nixon, Richard M., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1973
    • 36
      Kennedy, John F., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1961

      35mm negatives

    • 38
      Ford, Gerald R., Jr., Oath of Office,
      December 6, 1973

      Color slides

    • 41
      Johnson, Lyndon B., Inauguration,
      January 20, 1965

      2 1/2 inch strips

  • Subseries 3.6: Buddy Poppy,
    1929-1942

    Subseries 3.6 contains photographs of politicians and celebrities receiving Buddy Poppies from the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

    • 25
      Ashurst, Henry F.,
      1930s

      1 negative

    • 25
      Austin, Warren R.,
      1941

      1 negative

    • 25
      Ball, Joseph H.,
      April 9, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Bunker, Berkeley L.,
      April 8, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Burton, Harold H.,
      1941, April 8, 1942

      4 negatives

    • 25
      Byrnes, James,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Capper, Arthur,
      1941, April 8, 1942

      3 negatives

    • 25
      Caraway, Hattie,
      1938, 1941

      3 negatives

    • 25
      Connally, Thomas (Tom),
      1930s

      1 negative

    • 25
      Dieterich, William H.,
      1935

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Dingell, John,
      April 10, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Downey, Sheridan,
      1941, April 8, 1942

      3 negatives

    • 25
      Edison, Charles,
      1940

      1 negative

    • 25
      Garner, John N.,
      1935

      2 negatives

    • 25
      George, Walter,
      1941, April 8, 1942

      4 negatives

    • 25
      Green, Theodore,
      1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Greenway, Isabella,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Harrison, Byron Patton (Pat),
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Hatch, Carl,
      1941

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Healy, Arthur,
      April 10, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Herring, Clyde L.,
      April 8, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Lesinski, John,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Maloney, Francis,
      1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      McNary, Charles,
      1941

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Nye, Gerald F.,
      April 8, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      O'Day, Caroline,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Overton, John H.,
      April 10, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Patman, Wright,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Roosevelt, Henry L.,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Roosevelt, Franklin D.,
      1935, April 9, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Schulte, William,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 25
      Truman, Harry S.,
      April 9, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Unidentified,
      1930s-1940s

      4 negatives

    • 25
      Van Nuys, Frederick,
      April 9, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Wallace, Henry,
      1941, 1942

      4 negatives

    • 25
      Walsh, David I.,
      1935

      2 negatives

    • 25
      White, Wallce, Jr.,
      April 9, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Wiley, Alexander,
      April 8, 1942

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Woodring, Harry,
      1935

      1 negative

    • 27
      Hoover, Herbert C.,
      1929-1933

      2 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Rogers, Will,
      1930s

      1 glass plate negative

  • Subseries 3.7: Miscellaneous Events,
    1921-1976

    Subseries 3.7 contains photographs of events that do not fit into other subseries, such as funerals, parades, and protests.

    • 10
      6
      Bicentennial,
      July 1976

      Includes photographs of the Magna Carta on loan from England

    • 10
      7
      Biddle, William P., funeral,
      March 1923
    • 10
      8
      Bonus Army,
      1931-1933
    • 11
      1
      Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree,
      June 30-June 7, 1937

      First National Jamboree

    • 11
      2
      Conference on the Limitation of Armament,
      November 12, 1921
    • 11
      3
      "Devil Dog" (Marines) Parade, White House,
      October 7, 1923
    • 11
      4
      Elephants at the U.S. Capitol building,
      1960s-1970s
    • 11
      5
      Embassy of France reception for French President,
      1950s-1960s

      "Mrs. William Randolph Hurst Jr. at French Embassy for French President, with her are Wm. McCracken and Martha Roundtree."

    • 11
      6
      Hunger Marches,
      1931-1933
    • 11
      7
      Misc. Events- parades, funerals,
      1930s-1940s
    • 11
      8
      Services for Unkowns of World War II and Korea,
      May 20, 1958
    • 11
      9
      Sigsbee, Charles D., funeral,
      1923
    • 11
      10
      Taft, William Howard, funeral,
      1930
    • 25
      AEC [Atomic Energy Commission] Bureau Standards,
      May 14-15, 1958

      5 negatives

    • 25
      Alexandria, Virginia hospital fundraiser,
      1950s-1960s

      25 negatives

    • 25
      Alfalfa Club annual outing,
      June 17, 1939

      8 negatives

    • 25
      Atomic Cannon Test, Frenchman Flat, Nevada,
      May 25,1953

      1 negative

    • 25
      Bible Translation Day,
      September 30, 1966

      7 negatives; includes Fred Harris, Benjamin Reifel

    • 25
      Bicentennial committee,
      July 22, 1975

      1 negative; includes John Warner, Charles H. Percy

    • 25
      Elephants at the U.S. Capitol building,
      August 21, 1964, November 30, 1971

      9 negatives; includes James G. Beal, Hugh D. Scott, Richard S. Schweiker, Charles M. Mathias, Jr.

    • 25
      Jepson Hotel Supply Company, opening,
      April 26, 1958

      25 negatives

    • 25
      National Training School for Boys,
      1930s

      12 negatives

    • 25
      Tanker refuel,
      June 28, 1957

      2 negatives; KC-135 jet tanker prepares to refill B-52

    • 25
      Virginia Little Theatre,
      1940s-1950s

      90 negatives

    • 27
      Bremen Flyers,
      1920s

      1 glass plate negative; first east to west Trans-Atlanic mail package

    • 27
      Congress Opening,
      1920s

      2 glass plate negatives

    • 27
      Sousa, John Philip, funeral,
      March 1932

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      Wilson, Woodrow, funeral,
      February 6, 1924

      2 glass plate negatives

    • 40
      Unknowns lie in state, placed in Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery,
      March 29-30, 1958

      Color slides

    • 41
      Hearings on undecided New Hampshire Senate seat election,
      January 1975

      2 1/2 inch strip negatives

    • 42
      Hoover, Herbert C., lies in state,
      October 23, 1964
Series 4: Art, Publications, Reference Materials,
1918-1976
(Boxes 11, 25, 27, 35, 38)

This series contains photographs of newspapers and art, as well as reference publications and correspondence. This series is divided into the following subseries:

  • Subseries 4.1: Images of Newspapers,
    1918-1962

    Subseries 4.1 contains photographs newspapers and other publications.

    • 25
      Congress map,
      June 19, 1961

      3 negatives; states to gain and lose Congress seats

    • 25
      Eisenhower, Dwight D., inaugurated,
      January 21, 1953

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Merrill, Dick and Jack Lambie ocean flight,
      May 15, 1937

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Missile mail,
      June 8, 1959

      3 negatives

    • 25
      Roosevelt, Franklin D., reelected,
      November 4, 1936

      3 negatives

    • 25
      Sanborn, Kay, "Founders of Freedom",
      October 22, 1962

      18 negatives

    • 25
      Truman, Harry S., Proclamation 2714,
      December 31, 1946

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Washington, George, inauguration drawings,
      February 20, 1932

      2 negatives

    • 27
      Battle of Gettysburg, New York Times,
      1910s-1920s

      1 glass plate negative; July 3, 1863

    • 27
      Illustrated California News, The, First Edition, Vol. 1, No. 1,
      1910s-1920s

      1 glass plate negative; September 1, 1850

    • 27
      Lincoln, Abraham, assassinated, New York Herald,
      1910s-1920s

      1 glass plate negative; April 15, 1865

    • 27
      Pershing, John J., leads army, New York Times,
      September 13, 1918

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      Roosevelt, Theodore, dies, New York Herald,
      January 7, 1919

      1 glass plate negative

    • 27
      Tunney, Gene, keeps boxing title, New York Times,
      September 23, 1927

      1 glass plate negative

  • Subseries 4.2: Art,
    1933-1959

    Subseries 4.2 contains photographs of art work.

    • 11
      11
      Elephant logo and drawings,
      1960s
    • 11
      12
      George Gordan Meade Memorial,
      1930s

      Memorial by Charles Grafly

    • 11
      13
      Miscellaneous Artwork,
      1930s-1960s

      Includes Suffrage Monument by Adelaide Johnson

    • 11
      14
      Samuel Gompers Memorial,
      1933
    • 11
      16
      Pulaski, Casimir, drawings and statue,
      1930s-1940s
    • 25
      Cox monuments [Thomas Jefferson],
      1930s-1940s

      4 negatives

    • 25
      Dollhouse,
      1950s-1960s

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Levine, Jack, "Welcome Home",
      June 11, 1959

      1 negative

    • 25
      Mitchell, Billy, statue at Smithsonian Insitution,
      December 17, 1957

      2 negatives

    • 25
      Mellate [Christian artwork],
      1950s-1960s

      11 negatives

    • 25
      "Shield of Freedom, The",
      December 19, 1956

      1 negative

    • 25
      Stained glass window,
      1950s-1960s

      1 negative

    • 25
      Tower, [Lou], silverware, other artwork,
      1950s-1960s

      12 negatives

    • 35
      [Asian] artwork,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides

    • 38
      [Asian] artwork,
      1960s-1970s

      Color slides

  • Subseries 4.3: Reference Publications and Correspondence,
    1932-1976

    Subseries 4.3 contains reference publications and correspondence relating to photographs in the collection.

    • 11
      17
      Congressional Record Vol. 119, no. 191,
      December 6, 1973

      Gerald R. Ford takes oath as Vice President pages H10855, S22132

    • 11
      18
      Correspondence, notes/captions,
      1950-1967
    • 11
      19
      Inauguration Program, Virginia Governor Mills E. Godwin,
      January 12, 1974
    • 11
      21
      "Miracle Gardens" Spring 1971 issue,
      1971

      Senator Margaret Chase Smith on the cover; includes note from Senator Smith

    • 11
      22
      Newspaper clippings,
      1932-1964
    • 11
      23
      Presidential Portraiture Collection brochure; staff of Republican Conference,
      1970s
    • 11
      24
      "Supreme Court Chamber 1810-1860" pamphlets,
      1975

      Includes invitation to Dedication of Supreme Court Chamber

    • 11
      25
      "Virginia Political Greats" report by A. E. Scott,
      May 1976
Series 5: Scrapbooks,
1918-1946
(27 volumes)

This series contains scrapbooks created by Arthur E. Scott. Most items contained within the scrapbooks are newspaper clippings, many of which depict photographs taken by Scott.

  • 1
    Seventh Street explosion, Washington, D.C.,
    Novermber 22, 1929
  • 1
    Reporters jailed, later honored, for protecting sources on speakeasies,
    December 11-12, 1929
  • 1
    Junior Post section, art work of Arthur E. Scott age 16 "The Vikings 1000 AD",
    December 29, 1929
  • 1
    First picture Arthur E. Scott published in a newspaper: Eddie Rickenbacker receiving Congressional Medal of Honor,
    November 7, 1930
  • 1
    Jules Bledsoe "colored" baritone recital, Show Boat star,
    April 15, 1931
  • 1
    Amelia Earhart photograph,
    undated
  • 1
    May Queen at American University,
    May 9, 1932
  • 1
    Photographs taken while Scott was a copyboy at the Washington Times,
    May 1932
  • 1
    Mills Brothers photograph, signed,
    October 15, 1932
  • 1
    White House photographer identifications,
    1934-1948
  • 1
    House of Representative's photographer identifications,
    1934-1948
  • 1
    Various press passes,
    undated
  • 1
    First Washington Times-Herald assignment, rubber bathing suits,
    undated
  • 1
    Real estate and other advertisement photographs by Arthur E. Scott,
    1933
  • 1
    "Our Gang" child actor "Chubby" photograph,
    September 9, 1933
  • 2A
    1933 World Series, Washington Senators vs. New York Giants, Arthur E. Scott's first job for International News Photos, box score, press passes,
    October 1933
  • 2A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt at first World Series game in Washington, D.C.,
    October 1933
  • 2A
    Steve Early and Mrs. Early with Franklin D. Roosevelt,
    October 6, 1933
  • 2A
    Richard Byrd's Polar plane in Washington, D.C.; aerial photographs taken from plane,
    October 12, 1933
  • 2A
    Photograph of Arthur E. Scott mixing darkroom chemicals,
    October 12, 1933
  • 2A
    H.M.S. Duane in Washington Navy Yard,
    November 6, 1933
  • 2A
    John J. Pershing presents Douglas MacArthur with a medal,
    November 30, 1933
  • 2A
    National Cheese Week, Department of Agriculture,
    December 12, 1933
  • 2A
    Photographs of Arthur E. Scott with International New Photos assignment lists and expenses,
    1933-1934
  • 2A
    Naval Affairs Committee, first assignment for committee on Capitol Hill,
    January 23, 1934
  • 2A
    New Japanese ambassador, Honorable Hiroshi Saito,
    February 12, 1934
  • 2A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt at podium,
    undated
  • 2B
    Air Mail hearings,
    March 1934
  • 2B
    Franklin D. Roosevelt departs Washington, D.C. to fish in Florida,
    March 28, 1934
  • 2B
    Anne Lindbergh receives Hubbard Medal from National Geographic Society,
    April 1, 1934
  • 2B
    Renovated Russian Embassy opens,
    April 10, 1934
  • 2B
    Arthur E. Scott expenses,
    April-September 1934
  • 2B
    Horseback riding along Chesapeake shore,
    undated
  • 2B
    Union parades (painters, iron workers, bricklayers),
    September 3, 1934
  • 2B
    Dick Powell, signed photograph,
    undated
  • 2B
    Redemption division of the U.S. Treasury,
    September 28, 1934
  • 2B
    Leo Carrillo, actor (Pancho),
    1934
  • 3A
    Arthur E. Scott expenses ,
    December 1934-March 1935
  • 3A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt dinner with John N. Garner and Mrs. Garner,
    January 17, 1935
  • 3A
    Eleanor Roosevelt at Tenth Annual Conference on the Cause and Cure of War,
    January 23, 1935
  • 3A
    Arthur E. Scott with Eleanor Roosevelt (background of picture),
    undated
  • 3A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt smiling,
    March 6, 1935
  • 3A
    Roosevelt family dinner with Eleanor Roosevelt, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mrs. James Roosevelt (FDR's mother) and Gus Gennerich, secret service man,
    March 9, 1935
  • 3A
    Investigation of the death of heiress Elva Statler, Mrs. H. Bradley Davidson,
    March 9, 1935
  • 3A
    Arthur E. Scott wedding to Grace Ladson of Clarendon, Virginia,
    undated
  • 3A
    Huey "Kingfish" Long,
    April 27, 1935
  • 3A
    Richard E. Byrd reception on S.S. Bear,
    May 9, 1935
  • 3A
    Ringling Brothers Circus, cowboy Tim McCoy on horse,
    May 21, 1935
  • 3A
    Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.,
    June 5, 1935
  • 3B
    Amelia Earhart testifies for unregulated flying,
    May 1935
  • 3B
    Howard C. Hopson, utilities magnate, testifies before house committee,
    August 19, 1935
  • 3B
    Stratford Hall,
    October 16, 1935
  • 3B
    Franklin D. Roosevelt lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery,
    undated
  • 3B
    Edith Maxwell murder trial, with photographs of Arthur E. Scott,
    November-December 1935
  • 4A
    74th Congress convenes; Franklin D. Roosevelt gives anti-big-business speech,
    January 4, 1936
  • 4A
    J. P. Morgan,
    January 1936
  • 4A
    Photos of ambassadors,
    undated
  • 4A
    Benefit horse show for Purcelleville Library Building fund,
    August 6, 1936
  • 4A
    Norfolk, Virginia flooding,
    September 1936
  • 4B
    Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence,
    December 1, 1936
  • 4B
    Edith Maxwell murder trial with attorney Charles H. Smith of Alexandria, Virginia,
    December 1936
  • 4B
    Arthur E. Scott's presidential inauguration passes,
    January 20, 1937
  • 4B
    John L. Lewis, chairman of the Committee of Industrial Organization,
    January 23, 1937
  • 4B
    Lincoln Memorial, 128th Birthday celebration for Abraham Lincoln, with Franklin D. Roosevelt,
    February 13, 1937
  • 4B
    Tallulah Bankhead,
    February 20, 1937
  • 4B
    General Hugh Johnson,
    March 23, 1937
  • 4B
    Demonstration at Langley Field, Hampton, Virginia for Congress members,
    April 24, 1937
  • 4B
    Howard Hughes,
    undated
  • 4B
    Fannie Bryce and Bobby Clark, new "Ziegfeld Follies",
    May 11, 1937
  • 4C
    Franklin D. Roosevelt laughing with James Farley,
    July 4, 1937
  • 4C
    First national Boy Scout Jamboree,
    July 1937
  • 4C
    State funeral of Joseph T. Robinson ,
    July 16, 1937
  • 4C
    Hugo Black confirmed for U.S. Supreme Court,
    August 18, 1937
  • 4C
    Closing first session of 75th Congress,
    August 23, 1937
  • 4C
    John L. Lewis,
    September 4, 1937
  • 4C
    Front Royal, Virginia house of Mrs. George Barnett where Duke and Duchess of Windsor may stay,
    October 23, 1937
  • 4C
    Richard E. Byrd decorated,
    October 23, 1937
  • 4C
    Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicates new Federal Reserve Building,
    October 21, 1937
  • 4C
    Stephen Early, press secretary for Franklin D. Roosevelt,
    November 3, 1937
  • 5A
    Hahn's shoe store fire, Washington, D.C.,
    December 13, 1937
  • 5A
    United States postage stamp manufacturing,
    March 15, 1938
  • 5A
    Daughters of the American Revolution president, Mrs. William A. Becker, calls conference to order,
    April 19, 1938
  • 5A
    Veterans of Foreign Wars petitions members of Congress to keep America out of war,
    April 27, 1938
  • 5A
    Special Senate and House committee investigates Tennessee Valley Authority,
    May 26, 1938
  • 5A
    John L. Lewis, chairman of the Committee of Industrial Organization with Senators,
    May 2, 1938
  • 5A
    Signed silhouettes of politicians by Arthur E. Scott,
    June 1938
  • 5A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt, profiles from fireside chats,
    June 25, 1938
  • 5A
    Gichner Iron Works,
    July 15, 1938
  • 5A
    Howard Hughes as National Press Club,
    July 21, 1938
  • 5B
    National Training School for Boys,
    September 19, 1938
  • 5B
    Charles Evan Hughes signed photograph,
    undated
  • 5B
    University of Virginia vs. Navy football game,
    October 9, 1938
  • 5B
    Inter American Horse Show,
    October 23, 1938
  • 5B
    Army tank training, air and artillery,
    October 29, 1938
  • 5B
    District of Columbia Home for the Aged and Infirm,
    November 8, 1938
  • 5B
    Canadian Trade Treaty with Franklin D. Roosevelt and Cordell Hull,
    November 14, 1938
  • 5B
    Senate Finance Committee hearings on profit-sharing,
    November 21, 1938
  • 6A
    Arthur E. Scott taking squirrel close-up,
    January 8, 1939
  • 6A
    Felix Frankfurter confirmation hearings for U.S. Supreme Court,
    January 10, 1939
  • 6A
    150th anniversary of the commencement of the first Congress of the United States under the Constitution,
    March 4, 1939
  • 6A
    Portraits of John N. Garner and Mariette Rheiner Garner, by Seymour M. Stone,
    April 20, 1939
  • 6A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt at Mount Vernon, Virginia,
    May 5, 1939
  • 6A
    Tallulah Bankhead and her father, William B. Bankhead ,
    June 21, 1939
  • 6A
    George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff,
    July 18, 1929
  • 6A
    Fire at U.S. Capitol Building,
    July 24, 1939
  • 6B
    John L. Lewis before House Labor Committee,
    July 27, 1939
  • 6B
    Film promotion on Edith Cavell at RKO Keith's,
    September 9, 1939
  • 6B
    Neutrality legislation,
    October 1939
  • 6B
    Cigar series,
    November 14, 1939
  • 6B
    Jackson Day Dinner with John N. Garner and Franklin D. Roosevelt,
    January 8, 1940
  • 6B
    Actor Raymond Massey in "Abe Lincoln in Illinois",
    January 22, 1940
  • 6B
    Scott and Gene Autry, signed photograph,
    January 1940
  • 6B
    Franklin D. Roosevelt, composite head made at A.A.A. broadcast,
    March 8, 1940
  • 6B
    George C. Marshall observes Military Affairs Committee on sale of warplanes to Allies,
    March 27, 1940
  • 6B
    Unveiling of painting depicting the signing of the Constitution in the U.S. Capitol building rotunda,
    May 29, 1940
  • 6C
    Margaret Chase Smith sworn in, eighth woman in Congress,
    June 10, 1940
  • 6C
    Burke-Wadsworth Selective Training and Service Act, conscription bill ,
    August-September 1940
  • 6C
    William B. Bankhead funeral, Franklin D. Roosevelt attends,
    September 16, 140
  • 6C
    Samuel T. Rayburn fills William B. Bankhead's position,
    September 25, 1940
  • 6C
    Confederate Veterans annual reunion in Washington, D.C.,
    October 8, 1940
  • 6C
    Testing new camouflaged uniforms,
    October 24, 1940
  • 6C
    John L. Lewis pledges to resign if Franklin D. Roosevelt wins a third term,
    October 25, 1940
  • 6C
    Franklin D. Roosevelt campaign schedule with journalist assignments,
    November 1, 1940
  • 6C
    Franklin D. Roosevelt returns to the White House after his election,
    November 7, 1940
  • 6C
    Oscar Hammerstein,
    December 11, 1940
  • 6C
    Franklin D. Roosevelt calls for defense build-up,
    December 29, 1940
  • 7A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt inauguration,
    January 20, 1941
  • 7A
    Henry A. Wallace,
    January 21, 1941
  • 7A
    Retiring ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy at hearing for lease-lend bill to aid Great Britain,
    January 21, 1941
  • 7A
    Former governor John G. Winant of New Hampshire as possible successor to position of ambassador to Great Britain,
    January 23, 1941
  • 7A
    Charles Lindbergh before Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Arthur E. Scott in the photograph,
    February 6, 1941
  • 7A
    Joe Lewis vs. Max Baer boxing match, with ticket,
    May 1941
  • 7A
    Parachute training,
    July 30, 1941
  • 7A
    Camp A. P. Hill training shots,
    August 19, 1941
  • 7A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt trip to Hyde Park with Arthur E. Scott on the list,
    October 16, 1941
  • 7A
    Training shots and munitions factory,
    February/December 1943
  • 7A
    Camp Holabird, Maryland, motorcycles,
    April 8, 1943
  • 7A
    Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, women in service,
    June 16, 1943
  • 7A
    Glider training,
    August 1943
  • 7A
    Field first aid and hand to hand combat training,
    undated
  • 7B
    Red Fox Tavern, Middleburg, Virginia , filming movie,
    August 17-20, 1943
  • 7B
    Soldiers on "Ninth Street", Washington, D.C.,
    September 6, 1943
  • 7B
    Women guards at the U.S. Treasury,
    September 7, 1943
  • 7B
    "Back the Attack" War Show,
    September 13, 1943
  • 7B
    Junior Army Navy Guild Organization (JANGO),
    September 27, 1943
  • 7B
    U.S. Capitol building sightseeing,
    October 6, 1943
  • 7B
    The Greenbrier/Ashford General Hospital, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia,
    October 19, 1943
  • 7B
    Women flyers; Arthur E. Scott in a plane,
    October 22, 1943
  • 7B
    National Press Club,
    November 15, 1943
  • 7B
    United Nations Service Center,
    November 22, 1943
  • 7B
    Henry Major, caricaturist, visits Congress,
    December 15, 1943
  • 7B
    George C. Marshall, color cover shots,
    undated
  • 8A
    Treasury Department series, Arthur E. Scott burning bills to light his cigar,
    January 18, 1944
  • 8A
    Celebrity shots: Jinx Falkenburg, Red Skelton, Lucille Ball, Walter Pidgen, Brian Dulvey,
    February 1944
  • 8A
    Franklin D. Roosevelt birthday celebrations,
    January 29, 1944
  • 8A
    Physical therapy aides at Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D.C.,
    February 9, 1944
  • 8A
    Mount Vernon, Virginia series,
    February 19, 1944
  • 8A
    The Patent Office series,
    March 3, 1944
  • 8A
    Navy's Deep Water Sea Diving School, Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.,
    March 8, 1944
  • 8A
    Air Hostess Training School,
    March 22, 1944
  • 8A
    "Secret Crop Report", United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics,
    March 20, 1944
  • 8A
    U.S. postage stamp production series,
    April 25, 1944
  • 8B
    U.S. postage stamp production series (continued),
    April 25, 1944
  • 8B
    Making prosthetics,
    May 10, 1944
  • 8B
    National Archives series,
    January 6, 1946
  • 8B
    Navy Special Devices Division,
    May 19, 1944
  • 8B
    Franklin D. Roosevelt photo for Sunday Star,
    January 21, 1945
  • 8B
    War Department posters,
    June 12, 1944
  • 8B
    Women's Land Army picking fruit,
    September 7, 1944
  • 8B
    Painting the U.S. Capitol building,
    November 3, 1944
  • 9
    Doolittle Raiders return home,
    September 1945
  • 9
    Jonathan M. Wainwright returns home,
    September 1945
  • 9
    Jonathan M. Wainwright and George C. Marshall in Wainwright's parade,
    September 1945
  • 9
    Admiral John S. McCain's body is returned for burial in Arlington National Cemetery,
    September 9, 1945
  • 9
    Harold H. Burton appointed by Harry S. Truman to U.S. Supreme Court,
    October 1, 1945
  • 9
    Chester W. Nimitz arrives in Washington, D.C. for a celebration in his honor,
    October 5, 1945
  • 9
    Harry S. Truman leaves for a tour of six states,
    October 6, 1945
  • 9
    Harry S. Truman plays photographer, with Arthur E. Scott,
    October 12, 1945
  • 9
    George C. Marshall testifies before Congress,
    October 12, 1945
  • 9
    Eleanor Roosevelt presented with a portrait of the late Franklin D. Roosevelt, artist C. C. Beall,
    October 24, 1945
  • 9
    Albert B. "Happy" Chandler resigns to become baseball high commissioner,
    October 29, 1945
  • 9
    Miss America, Bess Myers, crowns U.N. Victory Bond Queen, Annie Lou Brock,
    November 4, 1945
  • 9
    Labor and Management Conference, Washington, D.C.,
    November 5-6, 1945
  • 9
    Poet Ezra Pound faces charges of treason,
    November 18, 1945
  • 9
    Pearl Harbor hearings,
    November 1945
  • 9
    Washington Redskins victory over Pittsburgh Steelers, Sammy Baugh throws a touchdown,
    December 2, 1945
  • 9
    Dwight D. Eisenhower with Arthur E. Scott and Oliver Atkins,
    December 7, 1945
  • 9
    Dwight D. Eisenhower at Griffith Stadium for Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants football game,
    December 9, 1945
  • 9
    George C. Marshall walks through a snow storm to Pearl Harbor Investigation Committee,
    December 10, 1945
  • 9
    Pearl Harbor hearings,
    December 12, 1945
  • 10A
    Palestine Inquiry Committee,
    January 1946
  • 10A
    "Mile-o'-Dimes" campaign against infantile paralysis opened by Bess Truman,
    January 14, 1946
  • 10A
    Demobilization plans explained before Congress, with Dwight D. Eisenhower and Chester W. Nimitz,
    January 15, 1946
  • 10A
    Harry S. Truman honors George C. Marshall at a testimonial dinner,
    January 16, 1946
  • 10A
    Memorial service for George S. Patton, Jr., Washington National Cathedral, with Dwight D. Eisenhower and Chester W. Nimitz,
    undated
  • 10A
    Pearl Harbor hearings,
    January 22, 1946
  • 10A
    Celebrities: Caesar Romero, William Bendix, Van Johnson, Angela Landsbury, Van Johnson, at 12th Annual Observance of the Birthday of Franklin D. Roosevelt, with Harry S. Truman and Bess Truman,
    January 1946
  • 10A
    Women's National Press Club awards for women leaders, including Georgia O'Keefe ,
    February 9, 1946
  • 10A
    Disabled American Veterans graduation exercise, American University, Washington D.C., with Dwight D. Eisenhower and Omar N. Bradley,
    February 10, 1946
  • 10A
    Dwight D. Eisenhower lays a wreath at the Lincoln Memorial,
    February 12, 1946
  • 10A
    Jacob S. Coxey, age 92, of "Coxey's Army" in 1894, testifies against loan to Britain,
    March 5, 1946
  • 10A
    John L. Lewis and United Mine Workers battle for improved wages and working conditions,
    March 13, 1946
  • 10A
    Gabriela Mistral, 1945 Nobel Poetry Prize winner meets Harry S. Truman,
    March 16, 1946
  • 10A
    Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, receives honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Georgetown University,
    March 17, 1946
  • 10A
    Harry S. Truman throws out the first pitch of the 1946 baseball season, Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C.,
    April 16, 1946
  • 10A
    Charles Evans Hughes attends funeral services of late Harlan Fisk Stone, Washington National Cathedral,
    April 25, 1946
  • 10A
    Dwight D. Eisenhower talks with reporters on board "Mayflower",
    April 26, 1946
  • 10B
    John L. Lewis, head of United Mine Workers,
    March, May 1946
  • 10B
    Harry S. Truman meeting with Herbert C. Hoover on world food shortage,
    March 15, 1946
  • 10B
    Navy Proving Ground,
    May 22, 1946
  • 10B
    Harry S. Truman appeals to rail workers to end strike,
    May 24, 1946
  • 10B
    Soft Coal Strike ends, John L. Lewis and Harry S. Truman shake hands,
    May 29, 1946
  • 10B
    Harry S. Truman congratulates Medal of Honor winners,
    June 14, 1946
  • 10B
    Francis Cardinal Spellman address graduating class of the FBI National Academy, with J. Edgar Hoover,
    June 28, 1946
  • 10B
    Memorial Services in honor of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
    July 1, 1946
  • 10B
    Aircraft carrier "Franklin D. Roosevelt", with Arthur E. Scott,
    July 21, 1946
  • 10B
    Mead Committee Hearings, with Arthur E. Scott,
    July 31, 1946
  • 10B
    Anti-lynching law marches,
    August 5, 1946
  • 11A
    House Merchant Marine Committee investigates wartime profits of shipping companies,
    September 23, 1946
  • 11A
    Washington, D.C. hotel workers strike,
    October 11, 1946
  • 11A
    The "Mayflower", Presidential yacht, offered for sale,
    October 12, 1946
  • 11A
    Harry S. Truman lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery,
    November 11, 1946
  • 11A
    White House News Photographers Association, Fourth Annual Photo Exhibit with Arthur E. Scott,
    December 1946
  • 11A
    Harry S. Truman vacation to Florida, with Arthur E. Scott at Fort Jefferson,
    November 17-23, 1946
  • 11A
    John L. Lewis, head of United Mine Workers,
    November 1946
  • 11A
    Arthur E. Scott photographing John L. Lewis,
    November 27, 1946
  • 11A
    Dwight D. Eisenhower for President buttons, "Draft Ike 1948",
    December 30, 1946
  • 11B
    Republican Senators hold first pre-session caucus, with Joseph McCarthy and Robert A. Taft,
    December 30, 1946
  • 11B
    First Republican-led Congress in 18 years convenes,
    January 3, 1947
  • 11B
    World War II veterans of the Senate, includes Joseph McCarthy and Henry Cabot Lodge,
    January 13, 1947
  • 11B
    Eddie Rickenbacker receive a medal,
    January 23,1947
  • 11B
    George C. Marshall greats Canada's Governor-General Viscount Alexander and Lady Alexander,
    February 4, 1947
  • 11B
    Robert A. Taft speaking about budget cut proposal,
    February 17, 1947
  • 11B
    House members join a drive to appeal legal distinction between men and women,
    February 17, 1947
  • 11B
    George C. Marshall with Crown Prince Amir Saud of Saudi Arabia, February 18, 1947,
    February 18, 1947
  • 11B
    Destroying damaged paper money at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Washington, D.C.,
    June 2, 1947
  • 11B
    Unveiling of a statue of George Washington at Washington National Cathedral,
    February 23, 1947
  • 11B
    George C. Marshall greets India's first ambassador to the United States, Asof Ali,
    February 26, 1947
  • 11B
    Trygve Lie visits George C. Marshall,
    February 27, 1947
  • 11B
    White House Correspondents' Association annual dinner,
    March 4, 1947
  • 11C
    Navy Deep Sea Diving School,
    March 13, 1947
  • 11C
    Foreign Service Institute,
    March 23, 1947
  • 11C
    Un-American Activities Committee,
    March 26-27, 1947
  • 11C
    Albert Gore argues against tax cuts,
    March 27, 1947
  • 11C
    Arthur E. Scott at a podium,
    April 5, 1947
  • 11C
    Harry S. Truman with Washington Senator's baseball team owner, Clark C. Griffith,
    April 9, 1947
  • 11C
    Harry S. Truman greets George C. Marshall on Marshall's return from Moscow Meeting of the Big Four Foreign Ministers,
    April 26, 1947
  • 11C
    Meeting of ten top leaders of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations,
    May 1, 1947
  • 11C
    Arthur E. Scott injury report, left ankle injured while on assignment,
    May 12, 1947
  • 11C
    Arthur E. Scott with Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney at Colombian Country Club golf match,
    May 17, 1947
  • 12
    Remembrance of the Colombian Exhibition in Chicago 1893,
    May 25,1933
  • 12
    Training at Camp Meade,
    April 1918
  • 12
    Photographs of everyday life in Soviet Russia, famine,
    October 1921
  • 12
    Warren G. Harding and Mrs. Harding go to church,
    February 13, 1921
  • 12
    Warren G. Harding inauguration,
    March 5, 1921
  • 12
    Georges Clemenceau visits Mount Vernon, Virginia, the U.S. Capitol building, Arlington National Cemetery,
    December 4-7, 1922
  • 12
    Serbian Royal Wedding of Princess Marie of Roumania and King Alexander of Yugo-Slavia,
    June 17, 1922
  • 12
    Mrs. W. H. Felton [Rebecca Latimer Felton] first woman to occupy a seat in the U.S. Senate,
    November 18, 1922
  • 12
    Army tests helicopter,
    January 16, 1923
  • 12
    U.S.S. Cruiser Trenton is launched,
    April 17, 1923
  • 12
    Pancho Villa murder,
    July 26, 1923
  • 12
    European royal families,
    1923
  • 12
    Turkey scenes,
    January-March 1923
  • 13
    William T. Cosgrave of the Irish Free State in New York City,
    February 2, 1928
  • 13
    European royal families,
    1928
  • 13
    William Howard Taft's body lies in state in U.S. Capitol building rotunda,
    March 11, 1930
  • 13
    Nazi party in Germany,
    October 4, 1934
  • 13
    Albert Einstein, pacifist movement, arriving in Chicago,
    March 1931
  • 13
    Death of John Philip Sousa,
    March 6, 1932
  • 13
    Dresses of First Ladies exhibit at Smithsonian Institution,
    February 18, 1933
  • 13
    King Albert of Belgium dies,
    February 1934
  • 13
    Emperor Kang Teh of Manchutikuo, coronation,
    March 11, 1934
  • 13
    Mount Rushmore partially complete, head of Washington completed,
    March 15, 1934
  • 13
    Boulder Dam completed,
    September 12, 1936
  • 13
    Proposal for a Washington National Airport at Gravelly Point,
    November 19, 1938
  • 14
    Political cartoons, Joseph Stalin, Adolph Hitler,
    January 1, 1940
  • 14
    John N. Garner and Senators pass through Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol building to hear Franklin D. Roosevelt address a joint session of Congress,
    January 3, 1940
  • 14
    Charles L. McNary nominated for Republican Presidential ticket with Wendell Willkie,
    June 28, 1940
  • 14
    Democratic National Convention, Chicago Stadium,
    July 19, 1940
  • 14
    Anti-conscription protests, Youth Committee Against War,
    August 1, 1940
  • 14
    Conscription bill and draft registration,
    September-October 1940
  • 14
    Political cartoons, Adolph Hitler,
    July 1940
  • 14
    Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill meet aboard the H.M.S. Prince of Wales/U.S.S. Augusta,
    August 14-15, 1941
  • 14
    Passage of the Neutrality Act,
    November 13, 1941
  • 14
    Troops guarding the War Department after news of Pearl Harbor bombing,
    December 7, 1941
  • 14
    Franklin D. Roosevelt declares war against Japan,
    December 8, 1941
  • 14
    United States troops in Iceland,
    February 13, 1942
  • 14
    Soldiers on a ship of convoy somewhere in the Pacific,
    January 3, 1942
  • 14
    Defense preparations in Hawaii,
    January 10, 1942
  • 14
    First meeting of the National War Labor Board,
    January 16, 1942
  • 14
    Bombardier Training Air Corps Advance Flying School, Albuquerque, New Mexico,
    February 4, 1942
  • not numbered
    Franklin D. Roosevelt first President to fly in a plane while in office , visits to North Africa, meeting with Winston Churchill,
    January 27, 1943
  • not numbered
    Celebrities at Franklin D. Roosevelt 's Birthday Ball, Edgar Bergen and Charley McCarthy, Roy Rogers, Loretta Young,
    January 30, 1943
  • not numbered
    Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt lay a wreath at the Lincoln Memorial,
    February 12, 1943
  • not numbered
    U.S. Coast Guard cutter "Campbell" damaged in battle with U-boat,
    undated
  • not numbered
    Douglas MacArthur at Tadji, New Guinea,
    April 26, 1944
  • not numbered
    Nazi prisoner with resemblance to Adolph Hitler, Italy,
    May 19, 1944
  • not numbered
    Hundreds of Nazi prisoners march to an internment camp in England,
    June 9, 1944
  • not numbered
    Franklin D. Roosevelt letter accepting nomination for a fourth term in office,
    July 11, 1944
  • not numbered
    King George VI knights F. W. de Guingand,
    October 19, 1944
  • not numbered
    Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill at "Big Three" conference, Crimea, Russia [Yalta Conference],
    February 12, 1945
  • not numbered
    Franklin D. Roosevelt addresses a joint session of Congress about his visit to Yalta Conference,
    March 1, 1945
  • not numbered
    Swearing in of Harry S. Truman as President,
    April 12, 1945
  • not numbered
    Benito Mussolini hanging after his execution,
    May 1, 1945
  • not numbered
    Winston Churchill, President Harry S. Truman, Generalissimo Joseph Stalin outside of Churchill's residence before dinner party
  • not numbered
    Japanese documents of surrender,
    September 2, 1945
  • not numbered
    Chester W. Nimitz welcome parade and medal,
    October 5, 1945
  • not numbered
    Harry S. Truman presents fourteen Medals of Honor,
    October 5, 1945
  • not numbered
    Japanese war crimes in the Philippines,
    October 8, 1945
  • not numbered
    Japanese war criminals numbered in order of importance,
    October 12, 1945
  • not numbered
    Anton Dostler executed by firing squad in Italy,
    December 13, 1945
  • not numbered
    New housing project in rubble of Hiroshima, Japan,
    February 11, 1946
Series 6: Realia,
1950s-1960s
(Box 28)

This series contains realia.

  • 28
    Realia,
    1950s-1960s

    Contains photographic supplies, including labeled film canisters.

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • Aiken, George D. (George David), 1892-1984--Photographs.
  • Allott, Gordon, 1907-1989--Photographs.
  • Arthur E. Scott, 1917-1976
  • Ashurst, Henry Fountain, 1874-1962--Photographs.
  • Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956--Photographs.
  • Beall, J. Glenn (John Glenn), 1927-2006--Photographs.
  • Bennett, Wallace F. (Wallace Foster), 1898-1993--Photographs.
  • Bible, Alan, 1909-1988--Photographs.
  • Boggs, James Caleb, 1909-1993--Photographs.
  • Borah, William Edgar, 1865-1940--Photographs.
  • Bridges, Styles, 1898-1961--Photographs.
  • Bush, Prescott Sheldon, 1895-1972--Photographs.
  • Case, Clifford P. (Clifford Philip), 1904-1982--Photographs.
  • Cochran, Steve, 1917-1965--Photographs.
  • Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933--Photographs.
  • Cooper, John Sherman, 1901-1991--Photographs.
  • Cotton, Norris, 1900- --Photographs.
  • Curtis, Carl T. (Carl Thomas), 1905-2000--Photographs.
  • Dern, George Henry, 1872-1936--Photographs.
  • Dirksen, Everett McKinley--Photographs.
  • Dole, Robert J., 1923- --Photographs.
  • Dominick, Peter H. (Peter Hoyt), 1915-1981--Photographs.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969--Photographs.
  • Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1926- --Photographs.
  • Fannin, Paul J. (Paul Jones), 1907-2002--Photographs.
  • Fong, Hiram, 1907-2004--Photographs.
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006--Photographs.
  • Garner, John Nance, 1868-1967--Photographs.
  • Glenn, John, 1921- --Photographs.
  • Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998--Photographs.
  • Griffin, Robert P. (Robert Paul), 1923- --Photographs.
  • Grissom, Virgil I.--Photographs.
  • Hansen, Clifford P. (Clifford Peter), 1912-2009--Photographs.
  • Harrison, Pat, 1881-1941--Photographs.
  • Hickenlooper, Bourke B. (Bourke Blakemore), 1896-1971--Photographs.
  • Holt, Rush Dew, 1905-1955--Photographs.
  • Hoover, Herbert Charles, 1903-1969--Photographs.
  • Hruska, Roman L. (Roman Lee), 1904-1999--Photographs.
  • Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986--Photographs.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973--Photographs.
  • Jordan, Len B. (Len Beck), 1899-1983--Photographs.
  • Keating, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Barnard), 1900-1975--Photographs.
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--Photographs.
  • Kuchel, Thomas H.--Photographs.
  • Mansfield, Mike, 1903-2001--Photographs.
  • Marshall, George C. (George Catlett), 1880-1959--Photographs.
  • McNary, Charles Linza, 1874-1944--Photographs.
  • Morton, Thruston B. (Thruston Ballard), 1907-1982--Photographs.
  • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994--Photographs.
  • Pepper, Claude, 1900-1989--Photographs.
  • Percy, Charles H., 1919- --Photographs.
  • Pittman, Key, 1872-1940--Photographs.
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979--Photographs.
  • Schoeppel, Andrew Frank, 1894-1962--Photographs.
  • Scott, Hugh, 1900-1994--Photographs.
  • Scott, William Lloyd, 1915-1997--Photographs.
  • Shepard, Alan B. (Alan Bartlett), 1923-1998--Photographs.
  • Smith, Margaret Chase, 1897-1995--Photographs.
  • Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003--Photographs.
  • Tower, John G. (John Goodwin), 1925-1991--Photographs.
  • Tydings, Millard E. (Millard Evelyn), 1890-1961--Photographs.
  • Valeo, Francis R. (Francis Ralph), 1916-2006--Photographs.
  • Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951--Photographs.
  • Wiley, Alexander, 1884-1967--Photographs.
  • Woodring, Harry Hines, 1887-1967--Photographs.

Significant Places Associated With the Collection

  • Panama Canal (Panama)--Photographs.
  • Potomac River--Photographs.
  • Washington (D.C.)--Photographs.