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61. Page Belcher (front) with others at the Association of Planning and Guidance Breakfast, Washington, D.C., 1966. Color.
62. Pictured from the left on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cole, Jr., W. S. Schwab, Jr., Page Belcher, Mrs. W. S. Schwab, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Dow Damron.
63. Page Belcher with a Tulsa tour group on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. October 5, 1967.
64. Coeta Evans, Mary Ellen Blubaugh, and Page Belcher with the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. in the background. May 1961.
65. Pictured from the left are: unidentified, Page Belcher, and J. C. Donnell II. Photo courtesy of Hopkins Photography Company.
66. Pictured on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. from the left are Carl Laird, Dick Eby, Page Belcher, Mrs. Dick Eby, and Mrs. Carl (Gertrude) Laird. May 1966
67. Page Belcher joins Marilyn June Coleman and Miss Coleman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Miss Coleman was the Oklahoma Spelling Bee champion. June 1966.
68-70. Page Belcher with a group associated with the Military Wives Program. September 23, 1971. Photo courtesy of the U.S. News Service.
71. Military wives with members of Congress. From the left in the foreground are Rep. William Dickinson; Iris Powers, former head of the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia; Gail Jones; Babs Rowden; Pat Hutcherson; Jinny Gray, and Beth Mason. In rear at right are members of Congress, including Representatives Roger Zion, Edward Derwinski, Louis Frey, Carleton King, Page Belcher, John Wydler, Floyd Spence, Jack Kemp, Lawrence Williams, Norman Lent, James Robinson, William Scott (?), Charles Young (?), Robert Stafford, and Burt Talcott. Washington, D.C. Circa May 1971.
72. Page Belcher and Shirley Temple Black. Mrs. Black was in Washington to confer with Republican leaders while running for Congressman Arthur Younger's seat. Younger had recently passed away. Washington, D.C. October 19, 1967.
73. Dedication of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. Richard M. Nixon at the podium. At Nixon's right on the first row are John McClellan and Mrs. McClellan. To Nixon's right on the second row are Page Belcher and Ed Edmondson. To Nixon's left are Governor Dale Bumpers of Arkansas, Governor and Mrs. David Hall of Oklahoma, and Carl Albert. To Bumper's left on the second row are Fred R. Harris and Henry Bellmon. To Mrs. Hall's left on the second row are John and Martha Mitchell. To John Mitchell's right on the third row is John Jarman. To Nixon's left on the third row is John N. Happy Camp. Others are unidentified. Ships and the navigation system are in the background. June 5, 1971. Color.
74. Lyndon B. Johnson at podium. Meeting of the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. Washington, D.C. 1964.
75. Lyndon B. Johnson presenting a citation to Carol Ann Greenwood at a meeting of the President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. Others on the platform are unidentified. Washington, D.C. 1964.
76. Jerry James, unidentified, Julie Miles, unidentified, Carney Dean, Doris Swischer, Athalie McCarthy, May Hourani, and ? in Page Belcher's office in Washington, D.C. March 1970. Color.
77. Glenn Gibson and Richard Adee of the American Honey Producer's Association, with Jerry James, Page Belcher's legislative assistant. Washington, D.C. Late 1968 or early 1969.
78. Mrs. John B. Abbott of Muskogee wearing a hat illustrating what trade means to Oklahoma at the convention of the League of Women Voters in Atlantic City. April 23, 1958.
79. Tulsa's Organization for Political Service. Front row, from the left: Karen Leach, Meuadene Holmes, Juandelle Lacy, Jerry Richards, and Louise Kimmel. Back row: Marilyn Schoenfeldt, June Chittom, Mimi Blackman, Marcia Clausen, June Bridge, and Velma Swanson. Circa 1967. Color.
80. W. R. Podge with Lynda Bowers of Texas in what appears to be one of the committee rooms. Washington, D.C. October 1967.
81. Reception at State Department for third Pan American Interparliamentary Union Conference. Woman at the right is Katherine St. George. One of the men may be Thomas Mann, assistant secretary of state. February 5, 1964. Photo courtesy of the Department of State.
82. Hugh Prather (center) takes office as director of the Federal Housing Administration (Tulsa office). The woman to his left is probably his wife. August 3, 1953. Photo courtesy of Lee Gillette.
83. Pictured from the left are Ray J. Dyer, president of the Oklahoma Press Association; Mrs. Frank D. Northrup; and Mr. Frank D. Northrup, one of the original members of the Oklahoma Press Association. Northrup is being honored for his "exemplification of constructive journalism at its best during his service of more than 50 years." Circa 1954-1955.
84. American Library Association luncheon. Beginning at the extreme left and reading clockwise: Francis Kennedy, OCU; Virginia Owens, state library; next three from Ohio; Ester Henke, state library; Beth Short for A. S. Mike Monroney; Phil Ogilvie, Tulsa City-County Library, and Buddy Miles for John Jarman.
85. The American Legion Award. Presented to Cadet Robert P. Jones by Maurice Parisien. United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. June 3, 1969.
86. Members of Boy's Nation and sponsors. Girl in front may be from Girl's Nation. Washington, D.C.
87. Keith Kahle and possibly Page Belcher's grandchildren on the steps leading to a Central Airlines plane. Circa 1954.
88. Keith Kahle descending from a Central Airlines plane. Circa 1954.
89. Jack W. Askins, small business advisor to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Logistics) seated at his desk in the Pentagon. November 21, 1956. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army.
90. Percival Brundage.
91. James W. Clark. Circa 1956.
92. Morrison B. Cunningham.
93. Lark Curtis.
94. E. Everett Kline, Jr.
95. Al Fiegel. Circa 1954.
96. Cadet John Douglas Fitzpatrick. U.S. Air Force Academy. 1969. Color.
97. Laura Gardin Fraser with model for monument to the Run of 1889. Photo courtesy of Ferenz Fedor.
98. O. T. "Tom" Fleig, vice president of American airlines, Inc. Circa 1969.
99. Glenn Gibson and an apiary of approximately 60 hives. Located 3 miles south and 1/2 mile south of Union City, Oklahoma.
100. Randa Dawn Freeman, adopted orphan.
101. Mark Hatfield. March 17, 1970. Color.
102. Mother and father of Cleo C. Ingle on their 64th wedding anniversary. September 16, 1964. Color.
103. Virginia H. Knauer. April 10, 1969. Has biography attached.
104. Glenn E. Nelson, evangelist.
105. Billy Newport, Jr., Tulsa, Oklahoma. Color.
106. Harold Paden.
107. Thomas Michael Prizos, age four, on the steps of grandmother's house in Wichita, Kansas. Arrived in Tulsa from Greece on December 15, 1957.
108. R. W. Robe, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Color.
109. G. S. Sessions (right) and another man standing in front of building with carving and painting resembling that of Northwest Indians.
110. Mrs. D. H. Sloan with adopted South Korean child and American child.
111. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Sloan with adopted South Korean child.
112. Barbara G. Tauben.
113. Art R. Tyner, Jr., American Legion official.
114. Barney Woolverton in front of the City Barbershop next to Hotel Woolverton in Perry, Oklahoma. June 21, 1953. Signed by Woolverton.
115. Members of the Tulsa Civic Ballet in ballet costume and posed. Has description of the ballet. Tulsa, Oklahoma. Circa 1968-1969.
116. Oklahoma City secondary students painting. Part of the "Talented Art Student Program."
117. Stutz Bearcat replica (automobile).
118. Cord replica (automobile).
119. Convair B-58 "Hustler" on the ground. Description: The Convair B-58 "Hustler" carrier has a detachable "Pod" under its fuselage. Carrying a three-man crew, the B-58 is about 97 feet long, and has a wingspan of approximately 57 feet. Powered by four General Electric J-79 engines, the Convair B-58 is designed to operate at altitudes above 50,000 feet.
120. Convair B-58 "Hustler" in flight. 1959.
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