John N. Happy Camp
Photograph Collection
#501-750

Go to Camp Photos 251-500

501. A Republican dinner in Enid, Oklahoma, during one of Camp's campaigns. Eldon Davis, photographer.

502-504. John N. Happy Camp addressing a group of men during one of his campaigns.

505. John N. Happy Camp and Vera Camp on their way to vote.

506-507. John N. Happy Camp in a voting booth.

508. A Republican women's gathering during one of John N. Happy Camp's campaigns.

509. A group of John N. Happy Camp supporters wearing Camp campaign buttons. (All copies are fading).

510. John N. Happy Camp with one of his supporters wearing a campaign button. Photo is fading.

511-515. John N. Happy Camp supporters making Camp campaign signs.

516. John N. Happy Camp receiving a "Watch Dog" Award from John C. Mason, November 1970. This award was given in honor of Camp's efforts at keeping a tight fist on spending while in Congress.

517. John N. Happy Camp being presented the "Man of the Year" award for Oklahoma, by James A. Gavin, Legislative Director for the National Federation of Independent Business, 1971.

518. John N. Happy Camp receiving the Watchdog of the Treasury Award, 1972.

519. Ed Larsen (right) and Harry E. Brinkman (left) presenting John N. Happy Camp (center) with an award for his valued contributions to the small business community through his support for enactment of Small Business Tax Reform legislation May 23, 1972.

520. John N. Happy Camp in his office receiving the "Man of the Year" award for 1972 in recognition of his efforts on behalf of small and independent business from the National Federation of Independent Business, Inc., Washington, D.C., 1972. Del Ankers, photographer.

521. John N. Happy Camp receiving the "Watchdog of the Treasury" award from H. Vernon Scott, President of the National Associated Businessmen, September 1974.

522. John N. Happy Camp in his office receiving a "Distinguished Service Award" from the Americans for Constitutional Action, Washington, D.C.

523-527. John N. Happy Camp on an airplane with various members of the Transportation Task Force, March 1972.

528-529. John N. Happy Camp with members of the Transportation Task Force standing beside an Amtrak train, March 1972.

530. An artist's aerial view of the 300 acre site of Transpo-72, the U.S. International Transportation Exposition, held May 27 - June 4, 1972, at Dulles International Airport. Rendering is in scale with the airport terminal and tower at top left. Shown at center are 4 exhibition halls, each 200 feet by 400 feet, affording 320,000 square feet of covered exhibit space. Department of Transportation official photograph.

531. Dept. of Transportation's Tracked Air Cushion Research Vehicle (TACRV), displayed at Transpo '72. The TACRV, the first of its kind to be built in the U.S., was built by the Grumman Corp., and rides on a thin layer of air.

532. Monocab-personal rapid transport six passenger vehicle stopped at a station at Transpo '72, while another vehicle continues on a by-pass. These two electrically driven vehicles ran on a 1950 foot track, offering riders a clear view of the transportation exhibition. Monocab was built by Monocab, Inc., a subsidiary of Rohr Industries, and sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Transportation.

533. The Bendix Corporation's Dashaveyor Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) computer-controlled vehicle moving on its guideway at Transpo '72, Dulles International Airport, Washington, D.C. Bendix built two "People Movers," a 1200 foot guideway, three passenger stations, four cross-over switches, and a control room to house the computer and master control switches, for Transpo '72 under a $1.5 million contract from the Dept. of Transportation's Urban Mass Transit Authority. The "People Movers" travel at 20 miles per hour, and accommodate 12 seated or 20 standing passengers.

534. "People Mover," prototype of the experimental Activity Center Transportation (ACT) System, developed by Ford Motor Co., displayed at Transpo '72, Dulles International Airport, Wash., D.C. It was designed to move people in and around congested areas, and can accommodate 24 passengers - 12 seated, and 12 standing. Ford Motor Company News Department photo.

535. A group photograph of 18 members of the U.S. House of Representatives Republican Research Committee Task Force on Energy and Resources at their first meeting, March 1973. John N. Happy Camp is seated in the front row, second from right. Other members of the Task Force were Roger H. Zion, Ind., Chairman; James Abanor, S. Dakota; William Armstrong, Colorado; La Mar Baker, Tenn.; Thad Cochran, Miss; James Collins, Texas; Paul Cronin, Mass.; Benjamin Gilman, N.Y.; Robert Hanrahan, Ill.; Elwood Hillis, Ind.; Robert McEwen, N.Y.; Clarence E. Miller, Ohio; Wilmer Mizell, N.C.; Ronald Sarasin, Conn.; Floyd Spence, S.C.; Alan Steelman, Texas; Steve Symms, Idaho; Gene Taylor, Mo.

The following (#536-556) are held together in a booklet of photographs. All of these photos deal with Happy Camp's and other members of the House of Representative's Committee on Science and Astronautics visit to Space Division of North American Rockwell, Downey, California, April 3, 1971.

536. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with a man at the Space Division of North American Rockwell, April 3, 1971.

537. A series of six photos depicting man on the moon, a rocket taking off, and splashdown of a space capsule.

538. John N. Happy Camp wearing a lab coat and hat looking over a space module at the Space Division of North American Rockwell, April 3, 1971.

539. John N. Happy Camp and other members of the Science and Astronautics Committee dressed in lab coats and hats on a tour of North American Rockwell. John N. Happy Camp is fifth from the right. Walter Flowers is tenth from the right.

540. John N. Happy Camp with members of the Science and Astronautics Space Committee dressed in white coats and hats in front of a space capsule. Identified left to right as follows: (first row) Congressman Robert Price, Texas; John W. Sandford, Project Director, Program Dev. and Plans, NR; Congressman Larry Winn, Jr., Kansas; Congressman Olin E. Teague, Texas; Congressman Alphonzo Bell, California; Congressman Don Fuqua, Florida; Jim Wilson, Committee staff; Congressman Jim Fulton, Pennsylvania; Jack Cramer, NASA; Harold Gould, Committee staff; Hal Schwartz, minority staff member. (second row) Congressman R. Laurence Coughlin, Pennsylvania; Congressman Happy Camp, Oklahoma. (third row) Congressman Walter Flowers, Alabama; Congressman Louis Frey, Jr., Florida.

541. John N. Happy Camp with other members of the Science and Astronautics Committee eating lunch at the Space Division of North American Rockwell, April 3, 1971. Those identified are listed left to right: Front row: Happy Camp; Tom Stafford; Seventh from left: Olin E. Teague, Texas; Back row seated on right is Ford Miller, NASA resident manager, Apollo program office.

542. North American Rockwell's drawing of a future space shuttle. On the back is a diagram of "The Shuttle Mission Profile."

543. John N. Happy Camp Talking with B. Hello, Vice-President and General Manager of the Space Shuttle Program, Space Division, NR, and Congressman Louis Frey, Jr., Florida, at the Space Division of North American Rockwell, April 3, 1973.

544. An exhibit room with space equipment, displays, etc. at North American Rockwell.

545. John N. Happy Camp with Tom Stafford looking over rocket models.

546. A diagram of space shuttle earth resources services.

547. John N. Happy Camp, Tom Stafford and Olin E. Teague talking with astronaut John L. Swigert. Identified left to right: Tom Stafford, John N. Happy Camp, Olin E. Teague, John L. Swigert.

548. An exhibit room with space equipment, displays, etc. at North American Rockwell. Same display room as in #544.

549. John N. Happy Camp, other members of the Committee, and hosts standing in front of a space capsule. Identified left to right as follows: George W. Jeffs, Vice-Pres. and Program Manager, CSM Programs, Space Division, N.R.; Congressman Walter Flowers, Alabama; astronaut John L. Swigert; Happy Camp; Col. Thomas P. Stafford; Congressman Olin E. Teague, Texas; Congressman Jim Fulton, Pennsylvania; Ford Miller, NASA Resident Manager, Apollo Program Office.

550. An exhibit room with space equipment, displays, etc. at North American Rockwell. Same display room as in #544, #548.

551. John N. Happy Camp walking with Olin E. Teague, Thomas P. Stafford, and Jim Fulton.

552. Same display room as in #544, #548, #550, showing space capsules.

553. John N. Happy Camp talking with Thomas P. Stafford.

554-555. Happy Camp and other members of the Science and Astronautics Committee listening to a speaker at North American Rockwell.

556. John N. Happy Camp seated in a helicopter.

557. John N. Happy Camp with Congressman Walter Flowers, Ford Miller, and astronaut John L. Swigert at the Space Division of North American Rockwell, Downey, Ca., April 3, 1971.

558. John N. Happy Camp and other members of Science and Astronautics Committee listening to a speaker at the Space Division, North American Rockwell, April 3, 1971. John N. Happy Camp is seated in the second row, third from the right. Olin E. Teague is seated in the first row, third from the left. Walter Flowers is in the first row - left end. Louis Frey is in the front row - right end. McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company Photographic Services.

559. John N. Happy Camp and other members of the Science and Astronautics Committee examining displays of space equipment at the Space Division, North American Rockwell, Downey, Cal., April 3, 1971. Kent Montgomery, photographer.

560. John N. Happy Camp with astronaut Tom Stafford looking at a space orbiter model at the Space Division of North American Rockwell, Downey, Cal., April 3, 1971. (cop. 2 and 3 are inscribed to Camp and signed by Stafford).

561. John N. Happy Camp and Tom Stafford in front of a model of Space Shuttle at the Space Division of North American Rockwell, Downey, Cal., April 3, 1971.

562. John N. Happy Camp, Charles E. Halstead, James R. Jones, William J. Cecka, Jr., and James F. Madewell seated at a speakers table for a press conference on the Space Shuttle, at Tulsa Division of Rockwell International, 1973. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

563-564. John N. Happy Camp speaking at a press conference for the Rockwell Space Shuttle, Rockwell International, Tulsa, 1973. Charles E. Halstead, James R. Jones, William J. Cecka, Jr., and James F. Madewell are seated at the speakers' table. A Tulsa Division, Rockwell International unclassified photo.

565-566. John N. Happy Camp speaking at a press conference for the Rockwell Space Shuttle, Rockwell International, Tulsa, 1973. Charles E. Halstead, James R. Jones, and William J. Cecka, Jr. are seated behind Camp. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

567. John N. Happy Camp speaking at a Rockwell press conference on the Space Shuttle, Rockwell International, Tulsa, 1973. William J. Cecka, Jr., is standing to the side. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

568. James R. Jones speaking at a Rockwell news conference on the Space Shuttle, Rockwell Int., Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1973. William J. Cecka, Jr., John N. Happy Camp, and James F. Madewell are seated behind him. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

569-571. William J. Cecka, Jr., speaking at a Rockwell press conference on the Space Shuttle, Rockwell International, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1973. Charles E. Halstead, James R. Jones, John N. Happy Camp, and James F. Madewell are seated behind him. A Tulsa Division, Rockwell International unclassified photo.

572. John N. Happy Camp and James F. Madewell listening to a speaker at a Space Shuttle press conference, Rockwell International, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1973. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

573-574. John N. Happy Camp (center) with James R. Jones (left) and William J. Cecka, Jr. (right) looking at a photo of Space Shuttle during a Rockwell press conference on Space Shuttle, Rockwell International, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1973. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

575-577. John N. Happy Camp (center) with James R. Jones (left) and William J. Cecka, Jr. (right) examining a display at the Rockwell press conference on Space Shuttle, Rockwell International, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1973. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

578. John N. Happy Camp (center) conversing with Charles Halstead (far left), William J. Cecka, Jr. (2nd from right), and others at a Rockwell press conference on the Space Shuttle, Rockwell International, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1973. A Tulsa Div., Rockwell International unclassified photo.

579-581. A space shuttle display, [Rockwell International, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1973]. Color.

582-590. Photos of paintings/renderings of Space Shuttle, North American Rockwell Space Division, Downey, California, 1973. Color.

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592. A group of visitors looking at the Space Shuttle main engine, tube bundle test panel for Space Shuttle main engine nozzle, at Rocketdyne Division of Rockwell International, Canoga Park, California, [March 5, 1974].

593. John N. Happy Camp (right) and other visitors looking at the high pressure oxygen pump manifold of the Space Shuttle main engine, at Rocketdyne Division, Rockwell International, Canoga Park, California [March 5, 1974].

594. John N. Happy Camp and others examining the slotting of a Narloy-Z liner for the Space Shuttle main engine combustion chamber, at Rocketdyne Division, Rockwell International, Canoga Park, California, [March 5, 1974].

595. John N. Happy Camp and others looking at the oxidizer preburner half of the flight-weight hot gas manifold of the Space Shuttle main engine in preparation for welding at Rocketdyne Division of Rockwell International, Canoga Park, California, [March 5, 1974].

596. John N. Happy Camp and others looking at the main SSME turbopump manifold of the Space Shuttle main engine, at the Rocketdyne Division, Rockwell International, Canoga Park, Ca., [March 5, 1974].

597. Visitors looking at the SSME mock-up showing vehicle/engine interface, propellant duds and electrical wiring of the Space Shuttle main engine, at Rocketdyne Div., Rockwell International, Canoga Park, Ca., [March 5, 1974].

598. Visitors looking at the final preparation of a slotted liner prior to electrodeposition of copper and nickel close-out panels of the Space Shuttle main engine, at Rocketdyne Division, Rockwell International, Canoga Park, California, [March 5, 1974].

599. John N. Happy Camp with other visitors examining the first preburner of the Space Shuttle main engine in final assembly for test schedule in March 1974, at Rocketdyne Division, Rockwell International, Canoga Park, California, [March 5, 1974].

600. Photo of full-scale Space Shuttle orbiter mockup, looking much as completed craft should look with aid of artist's air brush. Vertical stabilizer not put on mockup because of ceiling height limitations has been added and framework supporting mockup had been deleted, Space Division, Rockwell International, Downey, California, March 8, 1974. A. J. Longo, photographer.

601. Employees at Rockwell International Corporation's Space Division, Downey, California, look over full-scale mockup of Space Shuttle orbiter. One of mockup's pay load bay doors is open, showing huge 15 foot diameter, 60 foot long bay in which up to 29,484 kilograms of varied cargo will be carried to Earth orbit, March 11, 1974. Tony Longo, photographer.

602. View of the earth from the moon. Color.

603. View of Apollo Rocket [Apollo 14 or 15] launching at night. Color.

604. View of the Apollo 17 landing site on the moon, with transparent overlay giving reference points. This photo and overlay were produced by a single camera, Itek 400 Campera/Processor which images and develops in less than 3 minutes.

605. A view of Mars at 3:30 a.m., PST, November 11, 1971, taken by Mariner 9 during its approach to the planet. The South polar cap shines dimly through the apparent atmospheric haze, probably dust. This photo was taken with Mariner's narrow-angle camera from a distance of 445,000 miles. A NASA photo.

606. A Mariner 9 photograph of Nix Olympica, the darkish spot located near the top of this picture, taken at 8:46 a.m., PST, November 11, 1971, at a range of 656,880 km. Radar indicates that Nix Olympica is one of the highest points on Mars. A NASA photograph.

607. A view of Mars, taken by Mariner 9 during the closing hours of its approach to the planet on November 13, 1971. The picture has been computer-enhanced with electronic high pass filtering. The crater-like object at lower left is about 200 km across. It can be identified on a Mars map as Arsia Silva. The streaks pointing north are either atmospheric turbulence patterns or dunes formed downwind of the crater. The picture was taken from a distance of 104,650 km. about 8 hours before Mariner 9 went into orbit around Mars. A NASA photograph.

608. View of the entire south polar cap of Mars taken by Mariner 9 during its fifth orbit of the planet. The photos were taken from south to north (lower left to upper right), c. November 22, 1971. A NASA photograph.

609. View of the Martian satellite Phobos taken by Mariner 9 a few hours before going into orbit around Mars, on November 13, 1971. The picture has been enhanced by computer filtering in JPL's Image Processing Laboratory. At the time, the spacecraft was about 93,000 miles from the satellite. Outlined against the brighter disc of Mars, Phobos appears as a dark, somewhat elongated spot approximately 14 by 10 miles. A NASA photograph.

610. A computer-enhanced photograph of Phobos, taken by Mariner 9 during its 34th orbit of Mars. Distance from the spacecraft camera to the Mars moon was 3,444 miles. The large crater at right center appears to have at least one small crater on its rim. More than a dozen other small craters are visible. The irregular edge at top left may have been produced when an asteroid impacted the larger parent body of Phobos. The large crater at right center is somewhat obscured in order to bring out details of smaller craters. The computer enhancement technique is conducted in JPL's Image Processing Laboratory. A NASA photograph.

611. Oblique view of the crater complex near Ascraeus Lacus in the Tharsis region of Mars, taken by Mariner 9. It is the northernmost of the prominent dark spots observed by Mariner during its approach to the planet. The spot consists of several intersecting shallow crater-like depressions. The faint circular features outside the crater are probably atmospheric. A NASA photograph.

612. Nested pictures of Mars' Nix Olympica region, taken January 7, by Mariner 9. The two pictures were taken 5 min. apart during the 109th orbit. At top is a wide-angle frame showing an area 271 mi. by 346 mi. The lower telephoto picture covers an area 271 mi. by 346 mi. The lower telephoto picture covers an area 27 mi. by 34-1/2 mi. (located within the inscribed rectangle at top). The narrow-angle picture (bottom) shows intricate surface detail not seen in previous telephoto pictures of the same region. A raised ridge, with an irregular crack running along its crest, can be seen at top center. A NASA photograph.

613. View of dark splotches on Mars, taken by Mariner 9, January 7, 1972, on orbit 109 at a range of 1282 miles. A NASA photograph.

614. View of a vast chasm with branching canyons eroding the adjacent plateaulands on Mars, taken by Mariner 9 on January 12, 1972. Picture was taken with a wide-angle TV camera from 1977 kilometers and covers an area of 376 by 480 kilometers. A NASA photograph.

615. View of a valley on Mars photographed by Mariner 9 from 1666 kilometers during the 133rd orbit of the planet. The valley is approximately 400 kilometers long, and 5 - 6 kilometers wide. A NASA photo.

616. View of contrasting terrains in the Novus Mons area in the southern hemisphere of Mars. Photo is composite of two Mariner 9 high-resolution pictures; January 1972. A NASA photograph.

617. View of Mars taken by Mariner 9. The three resolution frames at upper left, upper right, and lower right were acquired on November 19, November 28, and December 1, respectively. The same local area is viewed in each case, but from different directions. The location of the South Pole of Mars, and the direction of the prime meridian, are shown in white. In the high resolution frames, the maximum dimensions corresponds to approx. 100 kilometers on the Martian surface. The low resolution view is printed at 10 times greater scale. A NASA photograph.

618. View of Mars showing cratered terrain modified by small channels, taken by Mariner 9, on the 423rd orbit of Mars, c. June 1972. A NASA photograph.

619. View of Mars taken by Mariner 9 on its 210th orbit of the planet, showing cratered terrain with numerous small channels. A NASA photograph.

620. Oblique view of the North Polar region of Mars, taken by Mariner 9 during its 417th orbit of Mars, c. June 1972. A NASA photograph.

621. View of the north polar region of Mars showing the older cratered terrain overlain by the younger glacial-aeolian layered rocks. Photo taken by Mariner 9 during its 422nd orbit of Mars. A NASA photograph.

622. A 360 degree panoramic view of the entire equatorial region of Mars is seen in this mosaic of pictures taken by Mariner 9 from late January until mid-March 1972. Several hundred individual TV photo frames were scaled to size for this mosaic, which extends from 30 degrees North Latitude to 30 degrees South Latitude. The equator bisects the mosaic horizontally. The mosaic covers 50 percent of Mars, some 27 million square miles. Visible at left center is the complex of newly-discovered giant volcanic mountains and their summit craters. The largest of these - Nix Olympica - which measures 310 miles across at the base, is at upper left center. The center section of the mosaic contains an enormous canyon - 2,500 miles long, 75 miles wide, and at its maximum depth, nearly 20,000 feet deep. A NASA photograph.

623. Man's first clear, close-up view of the north polar cup of Mars. This mosaic of Mariner 9 pictures showing the diffuse edge of the frost cap near 70N, was obtained after the resumption of the spacecraft's picture-taking mission on June 8, 1972. The long dimension of the mosaic is about 2,000 miles and illumination is from the lower left. A NASA photograph.

624. View of Martian mare ridges taken by Mariner 9 on the 416th orbit of Mars, June 1972. A NASA photograph.

625-632. Satellite photographs of the earth taken June 16-23, 1972.

633. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with General John W. O'Neill at the Space and Missile Systems Organization, Los Angeles. Color.

634. John N. Happy Camp with General Alton D. Slay, Commander AFFTC; Col. J.W. Elliott, C.O., U.S.A.; and Col. C.B. Werner, on a visit to Edwards Air Force Base, California, July 19, 1969. Color. (cop. 1 is autographed by Slay, Elliott, Werner). An official U.S. Air Force photo.

635. John N. Happy Camp and two others talking with Col. C.B. Werner during a trip to Edwards Air Force Base, California, July 19, 1969. An official Air Force photo. Color. (photo is autographed by C.B. Werner).

636. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with General Alton D. Slay during a visit to Edwards Air Force Base, California, July 19, 1969. An official U.S. Air Force photo.

637. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with Major Jerould "Jerry" Gentry at Edwards Air Force Base, California, July 19, 1969. Photo is inscribed to Camp and autographed by Gentry. An official U.S. Air Force photograph. Color.

638. John N. Happy Camp and others listening to Major Jerould "Jerry" Gentry at Edwards Air Force Base, July 19, 1969. An official U.S. Air Force photograph. Color.

639. John N. Happy Camp on board the EDISTO Coast Guard cutter, during Camp's trip to the Antarctic, January 3, 1970.

640. John N. Happy Camp with Capt. Steel aboard the EDISTO Coast Guard cutter during Camp's trip to Antarctica, January 3, 1970.

641. John N. Happy Camp talking with Capt. Steel aboard the EDISTO Coast Guard cutter during Camp's trip to Antarctica, January 3, 1970.

642. John N. Happy Camp (left) talking with Commander Bates (center) and Capt. Steel (right) aboard the EDISTO Coast Guard cutter during Camp's Antarctic trip, January 3, 1970.

643. John N. Happy Camp (center) standing with Capt. Steel (left) and Lieut. Commander Ruotolo (right) aboard the EDISTO Coast Guard cutter during Camp's trip to Antarctica, January 3, 1970.

644-645. John N. Happy Camp (2nd from left) standing with Commander Bates (left), Capt. Steel (2nd from right) and Lieut. Commander Ruotolo on board the EDISTO Coast Guard cutter, January 3, 1970.

646. John N. Happy Camp and others on board the EDISTO Coast Guard cutter during Camp's trip to Antarctica, January 3, 1970.

647. The U.S. flag flying over the South Pole at Pole Station, Antarctica, December 27, 1967. Steiner, N.C., photographer. An official Navy photograph.

648. (Left to right) Three ships, the U.S.S. Burton Island, U.S.S. Atka, and U.S.S. Glacier push together to move a huge iceberg from the channel leading to Momurdo Station, Antarctica, December 31, 1965. Thomas, A.W., photographer. An official U.S. Navy photograph.

649. An Antarctic devron six helicopter LH-34D, buno size over Taylor Valley, Antarctica, with the Hughes Glacier in the background, December 5, 1968. Wold, Ronald J., photographer. Official U.S. Navy photograph.

650. An LC-130F Hercules cargo transport aircraft of Air Development Squadron Six at Halley Bay Station (British), Antarctica, Nov. 24, 1968. The fuel drums in the background will be used to refuel the aircraft before a flight to the Shackleton Mountains. Groves, Gerald V., photographer. An official Navy photograph.

651. An Emperor penguin with a chick, resting on its feet to keep it warm, Antarctica, October 30, 1957. Official U.S. Navy photograph.

652-653. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors standing behind a cannon at Fort Point, Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., August 23, 1970. From left to right are: Don H. Clausen, Congressman from California; James A. McClure, Office of Congressman of Idaho; Harold T. Johnson, Office of Congressman of California; George M. Dean, President of the Ft. Point Assoc.; Roy A. Taylor, Office of Congressman of North Carolina; Happy Camp; Lieutenant General Stanley R. Larsen, Sixth Army Commander. Rodriguez, SP5, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

654. Congressional staff visitors at the Presidio of San Francisco, California, examining a cannon, August 23, 1970. From left to right are: James A. McClure, Idaho; Harold T. Johnson, California; Roy A. Taylor, North Carolina; Happy Camp, Oklahoma; George M. Dean, President, Fort Point Assoc. and guide. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

655. Congressional staff visitors at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., August 23, 1970. (From left to right) unidentified; Tom Flynn, Deputy Director, National Park Service; Kenneth McClure; Lee McElvain, Office of Asst. Counsel and Consultant on National Parks; Harold T. Johnson, Cal.; James A. McClure, Idaho; Happy Camp; Lieut. Gen. Stanley R. Larsen; Col. John L. Fellows, Jr., Comm. Officer, Presidio. Rodriguez, photographer. A U.S. Army photograph. Color.

656. Congressional staff visitors at the Presidio of San Francisco, August 23, 1970. From left to right: George M. Dean, President, Ft. Point Assoc.; John N. Happy Camp; Don H. Clausen, California Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

657. Congressional staff visitors at Ft. Point, the Presidio of San Francisco, examining a cannon, August 23, 1970. Left to right; Roy A. Taylor, North Carolina; Harold T. Johnson, California; Don H. Clausen, California; James A. McClure, Idaho; John N. Happy Camp, Oklahoma Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

658. Lieutenant General Stanley R. Larsen, 6th Army Commander, briefing congressmen during a visit to the Presidio of San Francisco, and Fort Point, August 23, 1970. Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

659-660. Congressional staff visitors at the Presidio of San Francisco, August 23, 1970. From left to right: Lee McElvain, Office of Asst. Counsel and Consultant on National Parks and Recreation; John N. Happy Camp, Oklahoma; Don H. Clausen, California; Roy A. Taylor, North Carolina; Harold T. Johnson, California; James A. McClure, Idaho; Tom Flynn, Deputy Director, National Park Service, Mrs. Ostea, representing William S. Maillard, California Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color. (Tom Flynn and Mrs. Ostea are not shown in 660.)

661. Congressional staff visitors at Ft. Point, San Francisco, August 23, 1970. John N. Happy Camp is to the left of the man with his back to the camera. Harold T. Johnson is on Camp's right. Don H. Clausen is to the right of the man with his back to the camera. Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photo. Color.

662. George M. Dean, President of the Ft. Point Assoc., discusses history of old relic cannons with congressmen visiting Ft. Point, San Francisco, August 23, 1970. Camp is in center, Harold T. Johnson is on Camp's left, Don H. Clausen is behind the cannon on the right. Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

663. Congressional staff visitors touring Ft. Point, San Francisco, August 23, 1970. Left to right: Harold T. Johnson, John N. Happy Camp, unidentified people, and George M. Dean. Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

664. Congressional staff visitors at Ft. Point, San Francisco, examining a cannon, August 23, 1970. George M. Dean, President of the Ft. Point Assoc., discusses history of old relic cannons with congressmen visiting Ft. Point, San Francisco, August 23, 1970. Camp is in center, Harold T. Johnson is on Camp's left, Don H. Clausen is behind the cannon on the right. Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

665. Congressional staff visitors at Ft. Point, San Francisco, California, August 23, 1970. Left to right: Roy A. Taylor, North Carolina; George M. Dean, Pres., Ft. Point Association; John N. Happy Camp. Rodriguez, photographer. U.S. Army photograph. Color.

666. The "last survivor" of a famous grove of Presidio eucalyptus trees, on the main parade ground, Presidio of San Francisco, California. A plaque beneath the tree reads "In commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of the United States." The tree was planted July 4, 1876, by Angelo Bereta, Post Trader of the Presidio.

667. View of Presidio from Street Car Station, when Major General Irwin McDowell was Commanding General of the post, San Francisco, 1882. Trees in the foreground were planted at McDowell's direction in order to protect and beautify the old post which had been buffeted by wind and storms for 106 years.

668. A view of the Presidio of San Francisco when Gen. "Phil" Sheridan commanded the post, 1883. The long low-roofed building approached by the winding road in the foreground is the present Officers' Club, the "comandancia," built in 1791 under Spanish and Mexican rule, and today is the oldest building in San Francisco. Caption on photo reads: Presented by Colonel Wm. H. Tobin, U.S. Army, Retired.

669. View of the Presidio, taken after the death of Major General Irwin McDowell, San Francisco, 1887. This photo shows the first evidence of extensive woodland groves of today's Presidio, recommended under the "Jones Plan."

670. View from the south entrance of the Golden Gate Bridge, looking toward the Presidio, San Francisco. The separate grove of trees in the foreground was contiguous until severed by the bridge approach and toll plaza.

671. Looking north along Baker's Beach towards Golden Gate Bridge on Fort Scott (Presidio).

672. An aerial view of the Presidio and Fort Scott looking to the southwest. Lincoln Park and Golden Gate Park can be seen in the background.

673. John N. Happy Camp talking with three men at the Wrightsville Beach Test Facility, [Wilmington,] North Carolina, 1970. John Kelly, photographer. Color.

674-677. John N. Happy Camp with others visiting the Wrightsville Beach Test Facility, [Wilmington,] North Carolina, 1970.

The following (#678-687) were taken on a tour of geothermal resource investigations in Imperial Valley, California, and Cerro Prieto, Mexico, by House Interior Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation, (of which Happy Camp was a member), April 16, 1971. All of these photos are put together in one notebook by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation.

678. Live steam gushing into the atmosphere from a well in Cerro Prieto, Mexico.

679. Dr. Robert W. Rex, University of California, briefing tour group on geothermal development in Cerro Prieto, Mexico.

680. Drill rig working in geothermal well field, Cerro Prieto, Mexico.

681-682. Members of the House Interior Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation discussing geothermal potential with Victor V. Vessey, Congressman from 38th district, California Left to right: Cong. V.V. Vessey; Keith G. Sebelius, Kansas; Harold T. "Bizz" Johnson, California; Happy Camp, Oklahoma; Don H. Clausen, California; James D. McKevitt, Colorado; and John H. Terry, New York.

683. Group discussion of geothermal development in Cerro Prieto, Mexico, near one of the steam wells.

684. Dr. Robert W. Rex pointing out features of the 75-megawatt steam plant under construction at Cerro Prieto, Mexico.

685-686. 75-megawatt geothermal steam-powered generating plant under construction at Cerro Prieto, Mexico.

687. Aerial view of geothermal subsurface investigations in progress by Bureau of Reclamation drill rig on East Mesa anomaly, approximately eight miles east of Holtville, Imperial Valley, California

688-689. John N. Happy Camp at Le Pre Catelan, Paris, during a trip to France, May 30, 1971. Both photos are glued onto a paper folder. Color.

690. John N. Happy Camp and others seated at a table at the Lido Cabaret, Paris, France, [1971]. Jacques Sabrou, photographer.

691. John N. Happy Camp and Floyd D. Spence, M.C., on the Rhine River, Germany, 1971. Color.

692. John N. Happy Camp seated in a room with others at the NASA MSFN Facility during his trip to Spain, [May 1971]. Left to right (foreground): Congressman Larry Winn; Steve Stompf, Acting Facility Manager; Dr. M. Bautista, Spanish Station Director; D. Jose Fernandez - standing, DDS-61 Facility Manager; (background) Mel Glenn, JPL/DSN Resident; Congressman Robert Price; Mr. Wells; Happy Camp; Chairman Clarence E. Miller; Henry Schultz, American Station Director; D. Jose Huidobro, Complex Maintenance Facility Supervisor.

693. Visitors listening to Dr. Bautista, Spanish Station Director, at the NASA MSFN Facility, Madrid, [May 1971]. Left to right (foreground): Steve Stompf, Acting Facility Manager; Chairman Clarence E. Miller; (background) D. Jose Fernandez, DDS-61 Facility Manager; Congressman Robert Price; Dr. M. Bautista; Congressman Larry Winn; Mr. Wells; Henry Schultz, American Station Director; (last to the right) Mel Glenn, JPL/DSN Resident.

694. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors at the NASA MSFN Facility, Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Left to right (foreground): Chairman Clarence E. Miller; Victor Figueroa, NASCOM Switching Center Director; Congressman Robert Price; (background): First row: Congressman Larry Winn; Dr. M. Bautista, Congressman Camp; Steve Stompf; (background) Second row: D. Jose Huidobro, Complex Maintenance Facility Supervisor; Major Vermeys; D. Jose Fernandez; Mel Glenn.

695. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors wearing hard hats, inspecting operations at NASA MSFN Facilities, Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. They are in some sort of cave. Left to right (foreground): Mr. Wells, Chairman Clearence Miller; Happy Camp; Congressman Larry Winn; Congressman Robert Price; (background): D. Jose Huidobro; D. Jose Fernandez; Bob Newsted, Assistant Project Engineer, 210' Antenna Project.

696. John N. Happy Camp and others examining NASA MSFN Facilities in Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. They are in a cave. Left to right: D. Jose Fernandez, Congressman Robert Price, Mr. Wells, Mel Glenn, Chairman Clarence E. Miller, John N. Happy Camp, Congressman Larry Winn, and Dr. M. Bautista.

697. Visitors to the NASA MSFN Facilities standing outside a U.S. Air Force helicopter, Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Left to right: D. Jose Fernandez, Congressman Robert Price, Dr. M. Bautista, Congressman Larry Winn, Chairman Clarence E. Miller, and Henry Schultz, American Station Director.

698. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors at the NASA MSFN Facilities in Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Left to right: Victor Figueroa, D. Jose Huidobro, Steve Stompf, Mr. Wells, Congressman Larry Winn, John N. Happy Camp, Henry Schultz, Chairman Clarence E. Miller, Dr. M. Bautista, Congressman Robert Price, D. Jose Fernandez, and Mel Glenn. A U.S. Air Force helicopter is to the right of the group.

699. John N. Happy Camp and others at the NASA MSFN Facilities in Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Left to right: D. Jose Fernandez, D. Jose Huidobro, Dr. M. Bautista, Henry Schultz, Clarence E. Miller, Victor Figueroa, and Larry Winn.

700. Harry Camp and others at the NASA MSFN Facilities in Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Left to right: unidentified, Victor Figueroa, D. Jose Fernandez, Clarence E. Miller; behind Miller are Larry Winn, unidentified, John N. Happy Camp, and unidentified. Bill Wells, photographer. Color.

701. John N. Happy Camp standing with [Robert] Price at the NASA MSFN Facilities, Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Bill Wells, photographer. Color.

702. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors standing outside a U.S. Air Force helicopter at NASA MSFN Facilities, Madrid, Spain, May 1971. Left to right: Larry Winn, John N. Happy Camp, William G. Wells, Clarence E. Miller, pilots, and Robert Price. Bill Wells, photographer. Color.

703. John N. Happy Camp seated in U.S. Air Force helicopter. Bill Wells, photographer. Color.

704. View of the NASA MSFN Facilities, Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Color.

705. View of the NASA DSS-62 Facility, Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Color.

706. View of the NASA DSS-61 Facility, Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Color.

707. View of the DSS-63 (210' Antenna Project Construction Site), Madrid, Spain, [May 1971]. Color.

708. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors at the STDN Facility, Madrid Space Station, Madrid, Spain, September 1972. Left to right: Col. John Chapman; Col. Robert Givens; Mr. Joe del Riego; Mel Glenn, JPL Representative; Steve Stompf (background), Assist. Facility Manager, STDN Facility; Chet Shaddeau, STDN Facility Manager; Philip P. Dickinson; Henry Schultz, NASA Representative in Spain; Dr. M. Bautista, Spanish Station Director; Col. Thomas M. O'Horn; Congressman Happy Camp; Vera Camp; Congressman Clarence E. Miller; Dr. L. Gopegui, Spanish Delegate at STDN Facility; William G. Wells. Behind the group is radar equipment.

709. John N. Happy Camp with John Chapman of Bendix Corp., outside STDN Facility, Madrid Space Station, Madrid, Spain, September 1972.

710-715. John N. Happy Camp visiting an Air Force Base, and inspecting a B-1, 1972.

716. John N. Happy Camp with unidentified group on a Congressional tour of Alaska, January 1973. Anchorage Times photo.

717-719. John N. Happy Camp conversing with various unidentified people on a Congressional tour of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska, January 7, 1973. Robert W. Musgrave, photographer.

720. John N. Happy Camp posed with two unidentified men, and two women in Japanese dress, taken on Camp's trip to Japan, for the Committee on Science and Astronautics, March 22-26, 1973. Color.

721. View of a pagoda style building, Japan, March 1973. Dale Milford, M.C., photographer. Color.

722-723. John N. Happy Camp outside a pagoda shaped building, Japan, March 1973. Dale Milford, photographer. Color.

724-725. John N. Happy Camp looking into a well, Japan, March 1973. Dale Milford, photographer. Color.

726. John N. Happy Camp in front of an entrance way, Japan, March 1973. Dale Milford, photographer. Color.

727. John N. Happy Camp with a group of visitors outside a plant, during Camp's trip to U.S.S.R., [1973].

728. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors listening to a speaker during Camp's trip to Russia, [1973]. Camp is third from right.

729. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors listening to a speaker during Camp's trip to Russia, [1973]. Camp is seated on the left - 4th from the left.

730-731. John N. Happy Camp with unidentified men outside the Academy of Sciences, during a trip to Russia, [1973].

732. John N. Happy Camp getting into a car outside the Academy of Sciences, during a trip to Russia, [1973].

733-736. John N. Happy Camp with various unidentified people during his trip to Russia, [1973].

737. John N. Happy Camp with his back to the camera during a trip to Russia, [1973].

738. John N. Happy Camp looking at a display board of the Natchez Trace Parkway, Mount Locust, [Mississippi] during a National Parks Trip, [February 10-19, 1973].

739. John N. Happy Camp with others in front of a sign which describes Emerald Mount, [Mississippi], during a National Parks Trip, [February 10-19, 1973].

740. Visitors looking at displays concerning the Natchez Trace Parkway, [February 10-19, 1973].

741-742. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors outside an early home along the Natchez Trace, [February 10-19, 1973].

743. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors inside an early home along the Natchez Trace, [February 10-19, 1973].

744. John N. Happy Camp and other visitors in a woods along the Natchez Trace, [February 10-19, 1973].

745. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with unidentified man during the Thiokol visit, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1973. Color.

746. John N. Happy Camp on a tour during Thiokol visit, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1973. Color.

747. John N. Happy Camp (right) talking with Bill Ketchum (left of Happy) and others before playing golf, 1973. Color.

748-749. John N. Happy Camp with other golfers before playing golf, 1973. Color.

750. Bill Ketchum golfing, John N. Happy Camp is in the golf cart, 1973. Color.

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