John N. Happy Camp
Photograph Collection
#751-988

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751. Bill Ketchum in a golf cart watching Happy Camp completing a drive, 1973. Color.

752. John N. Happy Camp and other golfers eating lunch, 1973. Color. Upper left corner is spotted.

753. John N. Happy Camp (second from left), Astronaut James A. Lovell, and others on a hunting trip, 1972. Color.

754-755. John N. Happy Camp on a hunting trip, January 15, 1973. Color.

756. John N. Happy Camp in a duck blind, January 15, 1973. Color.

757. John N. Happy Camp and John Campbell from Columbus in a duck blind, January 15, 1973. Color.

758. John N. Happy Camp with fellow hunters, January 15, 1973. Color.

759. John N. Happy Camp (center-left) and other hunters eating, January 15, 1973. Color.

760. John N. Happy Camp (second from right) and other golfers at the Third Annual Buck Owens Celebrity Invitational, Bakersfield Country Club, Bakersfield, Cal., November 3 and 4, 1973. Color.

761. Participants in the Third Annual Buck Owens Celebrity Invitational, Bakersfield Country Club, Bakersfield, Cal., November 3 and 4, 1973.

762. John N. Happy Camp playing cards with others on an airplane on the way to the Grand National Quail Hunt, 1974. Color.

763. John N. Happy Camp (front left) seated on steps with other hunters during the Grand National Quail Hunt, 1974. Color.

764. John N. Happy Camp with another hunter on the Grand National Quail Hunt, 1974. Color.

765. President Richard M. Nixon addressing a crowd at the dedication of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, June 5, 1971. Those seated behind Nixon are identified left to right as follows: (Front row) unidentified, unidentified, John McClellan, Dale Bumpers, David Hall, Mrs. David Hall, Carl Albert, and unidentified; (Second row) Ed Edmondson, [Page Belcher], unidentified, Fred Harris, Henry Bellmon, unidentified, John Mitchell, Martha Mitchell, [Robert S. Kerr, Jr.], Rear Admiral Russell R. Waesche, U.S. Coast Guard; (Back row - starting seventh from left) John Jarman, [G.P. Hammerschmidt], and [Marcus Tower], President of the Arkansas Basin Development Association. Corps of Engineers photo. Color.

766. John N. Happy Camp and others arriving for the dedication of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, June 5, 1971. Those walking past the crowd are identified left to right as follows: unidentified, John N. Happy Camp, [Mrs. Gladys Belcher], Page Belcher, John Mitchell, John Jarman, Carl Albert, and Henry Bellmon.

767. Lieut. Governor George Nigh speaking at the dedication of Oklahoma Higher Education Televised Instruction System, October 22, 1971. Seated behind Nigh, front row, right to left are: John N. Happy Camp, Tom Steed, Ed Edmondson, unidentified, Carl Albert, E.T. Dunlap. Second row: third from right, Patience Latting. George R. Wilson, photographer (Oklahoma Journal).

768. A press conference during the dedication of Oklahoma Higher Education Televised Instruction System, October 22, 1971. From left to right: Happy Camp; Tom Steed; H. Rex Lee, Federal Communications Commission; Carl Albert; Peter Muirhead, Office of Education; Henry Bellmon; Ed Edmondson. George R. Wilson, photographer (Oklahoma Journal).

769. Carl Albert holding up a plaque at the Port Carl Albert Dedication, Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 27, 1972. Left to right: unidentified, unidentified, John N. Happy Camp, David Hall, Carl Albert, Ed Edmondson.

770. A view of the crowd and camera men filming the Port Carl Albert Dedication, Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 27, 1972.

771. [empty].

772. Governor David Hall giving a speech in Muskogee, Oklahoma, January 1971. Mrs. David Hall is on the left. John N. Happy Camp is seated fourth from the right. Color.

773-774. John N. Happy Camp with Olivia Hail and Peggy Sue Horse at the Centennial Celebration, Concho School, Concho, Oklahoma, October 8-10, 1971. Photo reads "Branch of Land Operations - BIA."

775. John N. Happy Camp signing a guest book with Olivia Hail, Peggy Sue Horse, and Kermit scott watching, at the Centennial Celebration, Concho School, Concho, Oklahoma, October 8-10, 1971. Photo reads "Branch of Land Operations - BIA."

776. John N. Happy Camp (left) talking with Sidney Carney (second from right), Area Director; AAO; S. Gabe Paxton, Jr.; Assist. Direct., AAO; and two unidentified men at the Centennial Celebration, Concho School, Concho, Oklahoma, October 8-10, 1971. Photo reads "Branch of Land Operations - BIA."

777. John N. Happy Camp (center) talking with C.O. Tillman (left), Education Program Admin., and Sidney Carney, (in background) at the Centennial Celebration, Concho School, Concho, Oklahoma, October 8-10, 1971. Photo reads "Branch of Land Operations - BIA."

778. John N. Happy Camp (2nd from right) talking with C.O. Tillman (second from left), and Sidney Carney (right), and one unidentified man at the Centennial Celebration, Concho School, Concho, Oklahoma, October 8-10, 1971. Photo reads "Branch of Land Operations - BIA."

779. The Oklahoma Regents with various Oklahoma congressmen at a dinner, Washington, D.C., June 21, 1972. Left to right - Seated: E.T. Dunlap, unidentified, Carl Albert, unidentified, unidentified. Standing: John N. Happy Camp is fifth from right, Ed Edmondson is third from right, John Jarman - on the end - left. Dev O'Neill, photographer.

780. The State Capitol, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1974. Ray Trent, photographer. Color.

781. Close-up of State Capitol door, reading "House of Representatives," 1974. Ray Trent, photographer. Color.

782-785. John N. Happy Camp addressing the Oklahoma State Legislature. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1974. Ray Trent, photographer. Color.

786. John N. Happy Camp speaking to the Oklahoma State Legislature, with unidentified person beside him, 1974. Ray Trent, photographer.

787. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with Bill Willis? at a meeting of the Oklahoma State Legislature, Oklahoma City, 1974. Ray Trent, photographer. Color.

788. Flood waters surrounding a car and house at 521 N. First, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, as a result of the flooding of Uncle John's Creek, September 1968. The car was washed in from block south.

789. View of east end underpass, Highway 33 under water, as a result of the flooding of Uncle John's Creek, Kingfisher, September 1968. This scene is block from Main Street in Kingfisher, and 1-1/2 blocks from Uncle John's Creek.

790. View of Uncle John's Creek flood at 523 N. First Street, 3 blocks from Main Street, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, Sept., 1968. Shows trucks and tractor 3/4 submerged. Hubbart and Jech, photographers.

791-793. Photos of flood damage to interior of home in Blackwell, Oklahoma, [James Tuck] home, May 11, 1970.

794. Aerial view looking south along U.S. Highway 77 (also Main St.), Blackwell, Oklahoma, during flood of October 12, 1973. Bridge over Chikaskia River is isolated by flood. From the Oklahoma City Times, copyright 1973.

795. Aerial view looking north, Blackwell, Oklahoma during Chikaskia River flood of October 12, 1973. Old State Highway 11 truss bridge is at top of photo. The Oklahoma Publishing Company, copyright, 1973.

796. Aerial view looking NE of Blackwell, Oklahoma, during the flood of 10-12-73. Fairgrounds are in the foreground. The old State Highway 11 truss bridge over Chikaskia River is at upper right. KLTR Radio tower also at upper right. Relief flow bridges of State Highway 11 at top. Oklahoma Publishing Company, copyright, 1973.

797. Aerial view of Blackwell, looking northeast, during the Chikaskia River flood of October 12, 1973. The four lane street at the lower right is Main Street. Four lane visible at right center is State Highway 11. The Oklahoma Publishing Company, copyright, 1973.

798. Aerial view of Blackwell, Oklahoma, looking north along U.S. Highway 77, during the Chikaskia River flood, October 12, 1973. The bridge over the Chikaskia River is isolated by the flood. Oklahoma Publishing Company, copyright, 1973.

799. View of a grassy area in Braman, Oklahoma, May 1970. Color.

800. Same area as in #799 inundated by flood waters. Color.

801. View of grassy area along the river, Braman, Oklahoma, May 1970. Color.

802. The same area as in #801 inundated by flood waters. Color.

803. View of a road leading to a house in Braman, Oklahoma, May 1970. Color.

804. View of same area as in #803 inundated by flood waters. Color.

805. Distant view of a farm and pastures near Braman, Oklahoma, May 1970. Color.

806. Same areas as #805 inundated by flood waters. Color.

807. View of a road beside a field under cultivation, near Braman, Oklahoma, May 1970. There is some water on both sides of the road. Color.

808. A flooded area near Braman, Oklahoma Color.

809. View of the flooded road west of Braman at the first mile corner. The I-35 overpass is in the background. Color.

810. The same road as in #809, before the flood, May 1970. Color.

811. View of a partially flooded field along the road west of Braman, May 1970. Color.

812-813. The same road as in #809-#811 completely flooded over, almost one mile from the overpass near Braman. Color.

814. NASA's Earth Resources Technology Satellite photo showing before and after inundation of lowland areas along the Mississippi River in the states of Arkansas and Mississippi. The flooding is a result of heavy rains in the southeastern states during late March 1973. The picture on the left was taken on October 2, 1972, showing early autumn conditions existing on the Mississippi River flood plain. Arrows 1, 2, 3, and 4 in the picture on the right taken March 31, 1973, show areas of change resulting from excess amounts of moisture. Sand bars have also been washed away or submerged by high river flow. Note also that many oxbow lakes in the image have increased in size. Excessive amounts of soil moisture or surface water also exist in the upper reaches of the White River as indicated by arrows 5 and 6. A NASA photograph. Color.

815. The St. Louis, Missouri area, as seen by NASA's Earth Resources Technology Satellite (ERTS-1), shows extreme flooding along the Illinois, Missouri, and Mississippi Rivers. In the photograph (A), taken October 2, 1972, St. Louis can be located below the confluence of the rivers. North of St. Louis, the Missouri River joins the Mississippi River, and further upstream the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers join. The photo (B) taken of the same region on March 31, 1973, shows areas under water as a result of the flooding. The darkest tones indicate areas of deepest water. At the time this picture was obtained from space, the Mississippi River at St. Louis was at a stage of 38 feet, the highest since 1903. In this frame about 300,000 acres were already covered by water and the river stage was still rising. This flood wave is slowly making its way downstream threatening cities and agricultural lands along the entire length of the Mississippi River. A NASA photograph. Color.

816. Aerial view of Altus Dam and Reservoir, W.C. Austin Project, Oklahoma, looking northeast, August 10, 1967. Project's main canal appears from center to lower left in this view. Bureau of Reclamation photo. H.L. Personius, photographer.

817. View of the Little River marina adjacent to old State Highway 9 on Lake Thunderbird, Norman, Oklahoma, September 10, 1967. The Bureau of Reclamation's Norman Dam appears in the background. Bureau of Reclamation photo. H.L. Personius, photographer.

818. Aerial of view of Kerr-McGee oil refinery, looking north, with the city of Wynnewood, Oklahoma in the background, August 14, 1967. This plant is currently (1973) using approx. 1.3 million gallons of water per day which is transferred from the Bureau of Reclamation's Arbuckle Reservoir via aqueduct. Bureau of Reclamation photo. H.L. Personius, photographer.

819. Aerial view of Norman Dam looking northwest, located 13 miles east of Norman, Oklahoma, on the Little River, May 29, 1968. Bureau of Reclamation photograph. H.L. Personius, photographer.

820. Aerial view of the Bureau of Reclamation's Arbuckle Dam, looking northwest, May 29, 1968. Bureau of Reclamation photo. H.L. Personius, photographer.

821. A man regulating irrigation waters in a field of maturing cotton, July 16, 1970. This crop is located on the Bureau of Reclamation's W.C. Austin Project in southwest Oklahoma. Bureau of Reclamation photo. H.L. Personius, photographer.

822. View of an area near the Kaw Dam project, Ponca City.

823-834. Various views of a bridge near the Kaw Dam and Reservoir, January 27, 1970. O.W. Hunt, photographer.

835. View of small houses along a road. Description accompanying photo reads "Langston [Sewer] Reservoir (FHA)."

836. View of Foss Reservoir ED plant, Clinton, Oklahoma. Structures identified left to right as follows: Chemical Feed Building (lime, alum). 84 foot clarifier, sand filters, ED building, treated water storage tank.

837. A group of unidentified men attending a ground breaking ceremony of a water treatment plant at Clinton, Oklahoma, Spring 1973.

838. An unidentified man at a ground breaking ceremony of a water treatment plant, Clinton, Oklahoma, Spring 1973.

839. A group of men inspecting operations during a ground breaking ceremony of a water treatment plant, Clinton, Oklahoma, Spring 1973.

840. Aerial view of a desalination project, Orange County, California

841-844. Close-up view of a desalination project, Orange County, California. Bob Krips, photographer.

845. Mr. Billie Burns, a cooperator of the Upper Washita SWCD, and Tom Perryman, WUC, Cheyenne, seated in a hay field discussing a district program. The field is filled with baled hay, and a tractor is at the left, Cheyenne, Oklahoma, Roger Mills County, July 1965. A USDA-Soil Conservation Service photo. Hugo Bryan, photographer.

846-872. A series of photos depicting drought conditions in agricultural areas.

873. View of drought stricken land with a windmill in the distance.

874-878. View of a lake under drought conditions.

879-881. Cattle grazing along a barbed wire fence during a drought.

882-903. A series of photos at a ceremony in front of Oklahoma Bankers Association building, at which John N. Happy Camp was a speaker, [May] 1972. Series includes a flag raising ceremony. Color.

904-906. Henry Bellmon (standing - left), Tom Steed (standing - center), John N. Happy Camp (standing - right), watching as a bill is being signed.

907. Henry Bellmon, Tom Steed, John N. Happy Camp, and others involved in #906 posed around a diagram mounted on a display board.

908. John N. Happy Camp and others attending a flag raising ceremony, [Enid, Oklahoma]

909. A flag raising ceremony, [Enid, Oklahoma]

910. View of the American flag, with four jets flying overhead.

911-918. John N. Happy Camp and others participating in a fund raiser variety show with William Scott of Virginia, Sept., 1970.

919. A plaque showing a bust portrait of John N. Happy Camp.

920. Miss Oklahoma and her escort during a beauty pageant.

921. Participants in a beauty pageant.

922. A submarine, NR-1, the Navy's first nuclear powered oceanographic research submarine, operating at sea during her first sea trials.

923. The USS PARGO, a nuclear submarine, surfacing at the North Pole, April 25, 1969.

924. An artist's drawing of the Dayton Tire and Rubber Company plant, to be constructed in Oklahoma City, [1969].

925. A view of Lakeshore Estates, a residential development built on mined land, located east of Indiana State Road 59, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1974. The land on which these homesites were built was strip mined during the late 1940's by Quality Coal Corp. AMAX Coal photo. Color.

926. Hereford and Angus beef grazing on mined land at Chinook Mine's Meadowlark Farms, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 1974. AMAX coal photo. Color.

927-935. Series of exterior and interior views of a new hospital, [Oklahoma].

936-938. Exterior view of a Bureau of Indian Affairs run health facility, [Concho, Oklahoma].

939-941. Interior view of waiting area for patients at Bureau of Indian Affairs run health facility, [Concho, Oklahoma].

942. Interior view of Bureau of Indian Affairs run health facility, [Concho, Oklahoma]. Man is looking at files.

943. Interior view of examining area of Bureau of Indian Affairs run health facility, [Concho, Oklahoma].

944. Interior view of supply area of Bureau of Indian Affairs run health facility, [Concho, Oklahoma].

945. An artist's rendering of Cedar Oak Apartments, planned by Bowman, Nicek Associates. Color.

946. An artist's rendering of an apartment complex in Cushing, Oklahoma, Bowman, Nicek, Associates, architects. Color.

947. An artist's rendering of Westgate Apartments, Cushing, Oklahoma, planned by Bowman, Nicek and Associates. Color.

948. An artist's rendering of Southwestern College Apartments, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, planned by Bowman, Nicek, and Associates. Color.

949. Artist's rendering of Bethany Place Apartments, [Bethany,] Oklahoma Color.

950. Artist's rendering of an apartment complex, planned by Bowman, Nicek. Color.

951. A man illustrating how many more pounds of beef one could buy with a day's wages in 1973 as opposed to 1952.

952. Billings energy research hydrogen powered car, [Salt Lake City, Utah].

953. Two views of the west front of the Capitol, Washington, D.C. The first view shows the existing west front. The second view, an artist's rendering, shows the west front extended.

954. The casket of Senator Everett Dirksen lying in state in the Capitol, Washington, D.C., September 1969. Many people are gathered around the casket to pay tribute to Dirksen. Among them are Carl Albert and Gerald Ford (behind casket - left-center) and John N. Happy Camp (front-center).

The following three items are in notebook form.

955. A notebook of photos and commentary describing the Point Reyes National Seashore Morgan Horse Farm, California, [1971]. The following photographs are included in this notebook:

a. A Morgan mare and her colt running through a pasture. Color.

b. A sign giving information on training demonstrations on the Morgan Horse Farm.

c. Trainers Duane Irving and John Strong giving a demonstration and lecture on handling, saddling, and riding a Morgan horse to teenagers from San Francisco.

d. A school group listening to a lecture on the history of the Morgan horse in the scalehouse.

e. The same group in (d.) being given a lecture in the paddock area on the function and use of Western riding equipment by John Strong.

f-g. Duane Irving explains the use of a hackamore and how a horse is trained to rein and carry a bit.

h. 4-H'ers from Marin County and Chinatown watch as trainer John Strong and volunteer Lynn Marks display a variety of saddles (English, Western, and side saddle).

i. Backpackers talking with Ranger Doug Morris and Morgan mare Viking Varsity.

j. A visiting group at the Morgan Horse Farm.

k. The old dairy barn on the Morgan Horse Farm, later used as a garage and storage area.

l. View of some of the farm buildings [stable].

m. Triton El Capitan, (N.P.S. stallion), and Viking Vanity together. Color.

956. A notebook given to Camp, consisting of a report of soil and water conservation activities in Oklahoma by the Soil Conservation Service. The report consists of maps, tables, photos, and commentary. The photos are as follows:

a. View of an area in Oklahoma, designated as a "critical area in need of conservation treatment." Color.

b. View of critical area treatment on a previously eroding area. Color.

c. View of a play being given on a stage at Cherokee Hills, a Resource Conservation and Development Project. Color.

d. View of the Ouachita Mountains hydrological unit of the Resource Conservation and Development Program. Color.

e. View of a field of crops in Oklahoma. Color.

f. View of a field plowed with regards to conservation techniques. Color.

g. A group of children participating in an outdoor classroom. Color.

h. View of grass planted on a sloping roadside to help control erosion. Color.

i. A soil scientist beside a Department of Agriculture pick-up truck, conducting a soil survey of the area. Color.

j. Soil scientists examining computerized data relating to a soil survey. Color.

k. A fish and wildlife multipurpose structure at Lake Vanderwork, Oklahoma Color.

l. View of a "critical area" prior to treatment, showing erosion. Color.

m. Same area as in (l) after "critical area" treatment, installed by McClain County Commissioners and McClain County Conservation District. Color.

957. A report to Happy Camp by the U.S.D.A. Soil Conservation Service, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 1971. This report contains maps, tables, photos, and commentary. The photos included are as follows:

a. View of a dust storm in the 1930s, Oklahoma

b. View of cattle on an Oklahoma ranch. Color.

c. Men working on a bulldozer at the Cherokee Hills Resource Conservation and Development Project. Color.

d. A farmer walking along a plowed field. This farmer presumably has entered into cooperative agreement with soil and water conservation districts to apply conservation practices to his land. Color.

e. A farmer walking along a plowed field. This farmer presumably has entered into cooperative agreement with soil and water conservation districts to apply conservation practices to his land. Color.

f. A district cooperator examining bushes and trees which provide food and cover for wildlife. Color.

g. Plants which have been identified and tested by the Soil Conservation Service as being adaptive to solving specific conservation problems. Color.

h. Two men examining a hillside, planted with grass to stop erosion. Color.

i. Two farmers examining a planted field, Oklahoma. Color.

j. View of erosion in front of a home. Color.

k. View of two brick homes, with trees, shrubbery planted around them. Color.

l. A soil scientist beside a Department of Agriculture pick-up truck, conducting a soil survey of the area. Same photo as #956, i. Color.

m. A group of men examining data received from soil surveys. Color.

n. Two men fishing from a boat on the Washita River. Color.

958-959. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with Richard M. Nixon, June 1968 Slide. Color.

960-961. John N. Happy Camp with Richard M. Nixon, in Nixon's office, the White House, Washington, D.C., July 1970. Slide. Color.

962-963. John N. Happy Camp with Gerald Ford, June 1968. Slide. Color.

964-965. John N. Happy Camp with Nelson Rockefeller. June 1968. Slide. Color.

966. John N. Happy Camp seated at a table, December 1972. Slide. Color.

967-969. Adelie penguins, one of the seven species of penguins in the Antarctic. Slide. Color.

970. Nanzen-ji, an famous Zen sect temple, Kyoto, Japan. Postcard. Color.

971. Kiyomizu Temple, overlooking Kyoto, Japan. Postcard. Color.

972. View of the Old Imperial Palace, Kyoto, Japan. Postcard. Color.

973. View of the gardens of the Tatsumura villa, Kyoto, Japan. Postcard. Color.

974. People dining in the Grand-view Restaurant, Kyoto, Japan. Postcard. Color.

975. Two Maiko or Geisha girls, Kyoto, Japan. Postcard. Color.

976. Two Indonesian dancers demonstrating the Ramayana Dance. Postcard. Color.

977. View of coastline and bridge.

978. Barren expanse of grass; construction to the side.

979. Muddy grass.

980. Formal portrait of John N. Happy Camp; autographed to Jack Haley.

981. Negative of John N. Happy Camp for U.S. Congressman pin.

982. John N. Happy Camp shaking hands with Richard M. Nixon at the White House, Washington, D.C., November 5, 1969. An official White House photograph.

983-984. John N. Happy Camp and other legislators having at the White House, Washington, D.C., September 24, 1970. John N. Happy Camp is seated back row, second from the left. Herbert Stein is on his left. An official White House photograph.

985. Satellite photo of Jupiter. Color.

986. Cherokee Forest Industries at Bull Hollow in Delaware County, Oklahoma. This industry was begun in 1971 with an investment from the Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity and is especially involved in the production of charcoal. Photo was removed from a proposal of the Oklahomans for Indian Opportunity.

987. A report to Happy Camp by the U.S.D.A. Soil Conservation Service for 1971. This report contains maps, tables, photos, and commentary. The color photos included are as follows:

a. Logo of the Soil Conservation Service.

b. Unveiling plaque at Wiley Post Memorial Lake. George Nigh assists with ceremony.

c. Two soil scientists.

d. Soil scientists check for erosion.

e. Soil scientist and farmer stand in cultivated field.

f. City planners consider land use plans.

g. Cherokee Hills RC&D project.

h. Ouachita Mountains RC&D project.

i. Abandoned house in the Dust Bowl.

j. Animal waste disposal lagoon.

988. Happy Camp (left) and George Nigh (right) receive plaques from Kay Klein (center) of Oklahoma Girls State. 1970. Ada Evening News photo

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