Helen Gahagan Douglas
Photograph Collection
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176. Helen Gahagan Douglas signing a petition, for "Crusade for Freedom." Probably in Los Angeles, California. 1946-1950. Rothschild photograph.

177. Helen Gahagan Douglas greeting people after a speech. 1944-1950.

178. Helen Gahagan Douglas shaking hands with an unidentified man. 1944-1950. Rothschild photograph.

179-180. Helen Gahagan Douglas talking to a serviceman from her district. 1944-1950. International News photograph.

181. From left to right: L.S. Buckmaster, General President, United Rubber Workers; Helen Gahagan Douglas; Fleetwood Perrine, National Organization Director, United Rubber Workers. 1944-1950.

182. Helen Gahagan Douglas and an unknown group of people. 1944-1950.

183. Helen Gahagan Douglas and four policemen having refreshments. Could be Mrs. Douglas' kitchen on the occasion of a visit from Eleanor Roosevelt when Mrs. Douglas hid the police so that they wouldn't become noticeable. 1944-1950.

184. Left to right: Congressmen Harry R. Sheppard, Sam Rayburn, Helen Gahagan Douglas, John McCormack and unidentified man on far right who was married to Doris Fleson Rich and tried to influence politics in the pre-50s period when he was connected with the Democratic National Committee. 1944-1950. Harris and Ewing photo.

185. Congress' two Mrs. Douglases visited the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration's training center at the University of Maryland where UNRRA personnel train for overseas assignments. Pictured at center are, left to right: Dr. Frank Munk, director of the Training Center; Helen Gahagan Douglas; Emily Taft Douglas, Illinois; and Dr. H.C. Byrd, President of the University. 1946-1950.

186. Helen Gahagan Douglas chats with some of her former constituents, now in training at the UNRRA training center, University of Maryland, for overseas posts as welfare and displaces persons specialists. Standing with Mrs. Douglas are left to right: Marian Hutton, Yoshiye Togasaki, Lucy Adams, Martha Papadakis, Thomas Montgomery, Dr. Frank Munk, director of the training center, Agnew DeVries, Helen Jambor, Katheryn Malloy, Ray C. Mork, and Ralph Feil. 1949-1959.

187. Helen Gahagan Douglas with a Filipino lady who is holding her small child. 1944-1950. Color.

188. The March of Dimes Broadcast. Seated, left to right: An unknown man, a young girl named Margaret O'Brien, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Helen Gahagan Douglas. The program was broadcast over the National Broadcasting Company's "Blue" network. 1944-1950.

189. Helen Gahagan Douglas, attending an unknown function, shaking hands with an unidentified man, possibly Mr. Posieer. California. 1944-1950. Irving L. Antler photograph.

190. Helen Gahagan Douglas officially entering the race for the democratic nomination in the United States Senate contest. Here she is filing her nomination petitions with Registrar of Voters, Benjamin S. Hite. Los Angeles, California. March, 1950. Acme photograph. "Proof" stamped on image.

191. Helen Gahagan Douglas officially entering the race for the democratic nomination in the United States Senate contest. In this photograph she is filing her nominating petitions with Registrar of Voters, Benjamin S. Hite. Los Angeles, California. March, 1950. Rothschild photograph.

192. Helen Gahagan Douglas signs her papers as she files nominating petitions for United States Senator in the office of Registrar of Voters, Benjamin S. Hite. At the left is Registrar Hite, and behind Mrs. Douglas is former Congressman Thomas Ford whom Mrs. Douglas succeeded in the 14th district, and at right is Mrs. Irene Heineman, former Assistant State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ford and Mrs. Heineman head the Douglas sponsors committee in Southern California. Los Angeles, California. March 1950. Rothschild photograph.

193. Making a bid to be the first lady United States Senator from California, Congresswomen Helen Gahagan Douglas filed her nomination papers for the Senate with Country Registrar of Voters Benjamin S. Hite. Left to right are former Congressman Thomas Ford, whom Mrs. Douglas succeeded as representative of the 14th district; Registrar Hite; Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Irene Heineman, former Assistant State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Ford and Mrs. Heineman head the Douglas sponsors committee in Southern California. March 1950. Rothschild photograph.

194-197. Helen Gahagan Douglas and others at a luncheon in Chinatown, San Francisco, California during her Senatorial Campaign. 1950. Chester Gan photograph.

198. Helen Gahagan Douglas with Zeta Rimley, a great person and campaigner. They stand in front of Douglas' headquarters in Nixon's district. California. 1950.

199-201. Helen Gahagan Douglas with Zeta Rimley on her right and a group of people in front of a Douglas for U.S. Senate headquarters. California. 1950.

202. Helen Gahagan Douglas speaking at a campaign dinner. 1950.

203. Helen Gahagan Douglas accepting a corsage at a campaign dinner. California. 1950.

204. Helen Gahagan Douglas seated at a campaign dinner. California. 1950.

205. Helen Gahagan Douglas speaking to two women at a campaign dinner. California. 1950.

206. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Barry Harders at a campaign breakfast. California oil area. May 1950. David F. Stevens photograph.

207. Helen Gahagan Douglas speaking at a campaign breakfast. Barry Harders on extreme left. California. May 1950. David F. Stevens photograph.

208. Campaign dinner. Left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas; John F. Dalton, State Labor Commissioner; Seth R. Brown, President, Los Angeles Typographical Union. California. 1950.

209. Helen Gahagan Douglas speaking at a campaign dinner. Left to right: Will Rogers, Jr., Helen Gahagan Douglas, Paul Ziffron, Elly Heller, possibly Harry Van Arsdale. Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

210. Campaign dinner. Left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas, Paul Ziffron, Elly Heller, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

211. Campaign dinner. Woman left, unidentified; seated right, Helen Gahagan Douglas. Standing, left to right: Rollin L. McNitt, Will Rogers, Jr., Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

212. Will Rogers, Jr. and Helen Gahagan Douglas. Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

213. Los Angeles C.I.O.-P.A.C. leaders greet Helen Gahagan Douglas as she filed for her U.S. Senate race. Left to right: A.T. Lunceford, Harold Shapiro, Mrs. Douglas. Douglas for Senate headquarters, Alexandria Hotel, Los Angeles, California. March 1950. Rothschild photograph.

214. Los Angeles C.I.O.-P.A.C. leaders greet Helen Gahagan Douglas as she filed for her U.S. Senate race. Left to right: A.T. Lunceford, Harold Shapiro, Mrs. Douglas. Douglas for Senate headquarters, Alexandria Hotel, Los Angeles, California. March 1950. Rothschild photograph.

215-216. Two Los Angeles C.I.O.-P.A.C. leaders greet Helen Gahagan Douglas as she files for U.S. Senate race. Douglas for Senate headquarters, Alexandria Hotel, Los Angeles, California. March 1950. Rothschild photograph.

217. Helen Gahagan Douglas, second from left, and supporters. Bea Stern is at far right. Sacramento, California campaign headquarters [Capitol Inn?]. 1950 campaign. Atlas Photo Service photograph. Negative.

218-222. Helen Gahagan Douglas with supporters. Sacramento, California campaign headquarters [Capitol Inn?]. 1950 campaign. Atlas Photo Service photograph. Negative.

223. Campaign Dinner. Left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas and Harold Lane, head of the Chet Harfield Campaign. Los Angeles, California. 1950.

224. Campaign dinner. Helen Gahagan Douglas with an unknown lawyer. Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

225. Helen Gahagan Douglas (far right) and supporters. Wilton Hotel, Long Beach, California. March 1, 1950. Glamour Photos photograph.

226. Labor meeting. Left to right: Seth R. Brown, President and Henry E. Clemens, Secretary-Treasurer, Los Angeles Typographical Union; Helen Gahagan Douglas; W.J. Bassett, Secretary, Los Angeles Central Labor Council; C.J. Haggerty, Secretary, California State Federation of Labor. California. 1950 campaign.

227. Helen Gahagan Douglas (center) with a group of campaign workers. Mrs. Douglas shaking hands with Dr. Paul Taylor (?). California. 1950 campaign. Elkay Photographers photograph.

228. Helen Gahagan Douglas congratulated by Democratic Party members in her campaign headquarters upon winning the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate from California. Los Angeles, California. May 9, 1950. Acme photograph. "Proof" stamped on image.

229. Helen Gahagan Douglas with others. Signed on back by Sidney Lee Ahty. Salinas, California. 1950. Baird photograph.

230-231. Helen Gahagan Douglas with a group of Pacoima, California Democrats. Mrs. Douglas is to the right of the donkey; Ruth Lybeck, fourth from right; Roz Weimer (?), second from left. Pacoima, California. 1950 campaign. Parsons Photo Studio photograph.

232. Helen Gahagan Douglas with a group of Pacoima, California Democrats. Mrs. Douglas, third from left; Ruth Lybeck, second from left. Pacoima, California. 1950 campaign. Parsons Photo Studio photograph.

233. Campaign stop. Left to right: Mrs. McAdlimorrey, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Harold Simon, Father Miller O. Sale. California. 1950 campaign.

234. Campaign stop. Left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas, Assemblyman Ernest C. Crowley. Capt. Albert C. Woodress. Douglas helicopter in background. California. 1950 campaign.

235. Campaign stop. Left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas (with microphone), Sol G. Rose, Harold Simon, Captain Albert C. Woodress, Captain Ernest Poole, Michael Fitzgerald. Helicopter in background. California. 1950 election.

236. Helen Gahagan Douglas waves goodbye from her campaign helicopter as she takes off from Ferry Building Heliport to speak at various Bay Area points. The helicopter carried a public address system and speakers so that Mrs. Douglas, candidate for U.S. Senate, could broadcast her messages wherever she landed. San Francisco, California. May 8, 1950. Acme photograph. "Proof" stamped on image.

237. Helen Gahagan Douglas with Georgia and Mary Ann Haviland, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Haviland. Basilone Home Housing Project, Sun Valley, California. October 28, 1950.

238. Helen Gahagan Douglas, speaking from a trailer, attached to a car, equipped with a microphone and speakers. California. 1950 campaign.

239. Helen Gahagan Douglas, speaking from a trailer, attached to a car, equipped with a microphone and speakers. A toy donkey is in front of the trailer and spectators line the opposite curb. Orange County, California. May 20, 1950. Green and Tillisch photograph.

240. Helen Gahagan Douglas with two supporters beside a sound truck which has a sign announcing a Democratic rally featuring Mrs. Douglas and other celebrities. Hollywood, California. October 1950.

241. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Secretary of Agriculture, Charles F. Brannon. Washington, D.C. 1950 campaign. Harris and Ewing photograph.

242. Helen Gahagan Douglas (left) and Mr. and Mrs. James Roosevelt. In front of Freedom Bell, Mission Inn, Riverside, California. October 25, 1950. Field Studios photograph.

243-244. Airport reception for Vice-President Alben W. Barkley. Left to right: Unknown, James Roosevelt, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Mr. Barkley, George Lucky, Earl Warren. Los Angeles, California. 1950 campaign.

245. Airport reception for Vice-President Alben W. Barkley. Left to right: Amerigo Bazzani, James Roosevelt, Helen Gahagan Douglas, unknown, Mr. Barkley (with microphones), State Senator George Lucky, Earl Warren, Culbert Olsen. Los Angeles, California. 1950 campaign.

246. Helen Gahagan Douglas presents trophies to the two top members of the sixth Engineers National Guard. Left to right: Master Sgt. James Harris, Jr., outstanding soldier; Mrs. Douglas; Lt. Dennis Liddell, outstanding officer; Capt. Edmond G. White (rear); Lt. Col. Frank W. Cleveland, commanding officer. Exposition Armory, Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

247. Helen Gahagan Douglas presents trophies to the two top members of the Sixth Engineers National Guard. Left to right: Lt. Dennis Liddell, outstanding officer, Mrs. Douglas; Master Sgt. James Harris, Jr., outstanding soldier of the year; Lt. Col. Frank W. Cleveland, commanding officer. Exposition Armory, Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

248. Helen Gahagan Douglas presents trophies to the two top members of the Sixth Engineers National Guard. Left to right: Lt. Col. Frank W. Cleveland, commanding officer; Master Sgt. James Harris, Jr., outstanding soldier of the year; Mrs. Douglas; Lt. Dennis Liddell, outstanding officer; Capt. Edmond G. White. Exposition Armory, Los Angeles, California. 1950. Rothschild photograph.

249. Helen Gahagan Douglas greets student officers/representatives from Southern California's National Forensic and Debate League. City Hall, Los Angeles, California. April 28, 1950. Rothschild photograph.

250. Congresswoman Helen Gahagan Douglas addresses the student congress, composed of Southern California High School delegates from schools represented in the National Forensic and Debate League. Mrs. Douglas was voted to be President of the United States and deliver the State of the Union message at the congress. City Hall, Los Angeles, California. April 28, 1950. Rothschild photograph.

251. Representatives Clair Engle (center) and Helen Gahagan Douglas, both of California, with President Truman, urging him to sign the sixty-million dollar Sacramento Valley Canal Project into law. Washington, D.C. August 22, 1950. Acme photograph. "Proof" stamped on image.

252. Forty-seventh Conference of the League for Industrial Democracy. Helen Gahagan Douglas and John Haynes Holmes. Hotel Commodore, New York, New York. April 25, 1952. Alexander Archer photograph.

253. Forty-seventh Conference, League for Industrial Democracy. Left to right: John Haynes Holmes, James B. Carey, Walter P. Reuther, Helen Gahagan Douglas. Hotel Commodore, New York, New York. April 26, 1952. Alexander Archer photograph.

254. Forty-seventh Conference, League for Industrial Democracy. Left to right: James B. Carey, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Walter P. Reuther, John Haynes Homes. Hotel Commodore, New York, New York. April 26, 1952. Alexander Archer photograph.

255. Forty-seventh Conference, League for Industrial Democracy. Left to right: Nathaniel M. Minkoff, James B. Carey, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Walter P. Reuther, John Haynes Homes, Harry W. Laidler. Hotel Commodore, New York, New York. April 26, 1952. Alexander Archer photograph.

256. Forty-seventh Conference, League for Industrial Democracy. Left to right: Nathaniel Minkoff, James B. Carey, Helen Gahagan Douglas, John Haynes Homes, Walter P. Reuther, Harry W. Laidler. Hotel Commodore, New York, New York. April 26, 1952. Alexander Archer photograph.

257. Fifty-third Conference, League for Industrial Democracy. Held in honor of President A.J. Haynes, International Association of Machinists, and Chairman, Ethical Practices Committee, A.F.L.-C.I.O. Left to right: Sidney Hertzber, Executive Director, League for Industrial Democracy; Harry Van Arsdale, Jr., President, New York Trades and Labor Council, A.F.L.-C.I.O.; Senator Richard L. Neuberger of Oregon; Senator Herbert H. Lehman of New York; Helen Gahagan Douglas; A.J. Haynes; former Senator Frank P. Graham; Nathaniel M. Minkoff, President, L.I.D.; Harry W. Laidler, Executive Director Emeritus, L.I.D. Hotel Commodore, New York, New York. April 19, 1958.

258. Head table at Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) dinner. Left to right: Herbert Lehman, U.S. Senator from New York; Dean Acheson, former Secretary of State, speaking from podium; Helen Gahagan Douglas; Walter Reuther, labor leader, in 1952 was President, Congress of Industrial Organizations (C.I.O.). William Carlebach photograph.

259. Helen Gahagan Douglas at a campaign dinner. Probably for Adlai Stevenson. Chicago, Illinois. 1952. Pics Chicago photograph.

260. Roosevelt Day Luncheon. Helen Gahagan Douglas on far right. February 3, 1956.

261. First study tour to Venezuela. Helen Gahagan Douglas, fourth from left; Gay Gahagan, wife of Mrs. Douglas' youngest brother, second from left. 1958.

262. First study tour to Venezuela. Helen Gahagan Douglas, third from right; Gay Gahagan, wife of Mrs. Douglas' youngest brother, second from right; Eric Carlton (?), far right. 1958.

263. First study tour to Venezuela, left to right: Two unknown men, Eric Carlton (?), Gay Gahagan, Helen Gahagan Douglas, unknown. 1958.

264. First study tour to Venezuela, left to right: Eric Carlton (?), Gay Gahagan, Helen Gahagan Douglas, three unknown men. 1958.

265. Helen Gahagan Douglas dancing with Adlai Stevenson. 1950s.

266. Helen Gahagan Douglas on a panel or possibly radio talk show. 1960s. Negative.

267. Helen Gahagan Douglas making a speech in behalf of John F. Kennedy during the 1960 presidential campaign.

268. Helen Gahagan Douglas after a speech in support of Kennedy in the 1960 presidential campaign. From right to left: Labor leader Jacob Potofsky, Ambassador Thomas Knight Finletter, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Ambassador Adlai Stevenson, and two unidentified men. 1960.

269. National Conference of Farmers dinner. James Patton and Helen Gahagan Douglas. Signed on face, "To my dear friend and long time co-worker, Helen, with my deep respect, Jim Patton." 1960s. Autographed.

270. Helen Gahagan Douglas and others in the Soviet Union. Early 1960s.

271. Second trip to Venezuela. Left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas; William Hinkle, Chairman, Chamber of Commerce in Venezuela; Mrs. Douglas' sister, the only woman to that time who had been a member of the chamber of commerce. Mrs. Douglas' sister was there with one of Mrs. Douglas' brothers and his family, being an officer in her brother's company. Venezuela. Early 1960s.

272. Helen Gahagan Douglas with Puerto Rican women in the home of Puerto Rican President Luis Munoz Marin. Mrs. Douglas and her brother were invited to Puerto Rico by the President and planned to do work there in the future. During this visit, Mrs. Douglas traveled with Munoz Marin during part of his campaign. Fourth from right, Helen Gahagan Douglas; fourth from left, Mrs. Munez Marin. Puerto Rico. Early 1960s.

273. Helen Gahagan Douglas (second from right) on a visit to the home of Puerto Rican President Luis Munoz Marin. Third from left (full face), Mrs. Munoz Marin. Puerto Rico. Early 1960s.

274. Poets for Peace meeting. May have been sponsored by the Fellowship of Reconciliation, of which Mrs. Douglas was chairman. Helen Gahagan Douglas with an unknown poet. Photo is signed, "To Helen, A superb spirit and performer. Thank-you again. Peace in 1968. Raphael." Poets for Peace were opposed to the Vietnam War. Town Hall, New York, New York. November 12, 1967. John Goodwin photograph.

275. Alben W. Barkley, Vice President of the United States of America under Franklin D. Roosevelt. Washington D.C. Harris and Ewing photograph.

276. Edward Frank Bauer with members of a military band, holding clarinet. Los Angeles, California. Precision Photo Service photograph.

277. Charles F. Brannon.

278. George Cehanovski, Metropolitan Opera star. Son of Madam Cehanovska. New York, New York.

279. Emanuel Celler, U.S. Representative from New York.

280-281. Epinard de Witt, President, Pacific Atlantic Steel Corporation, PASCO.

282-284. Melvyn Douglas. Various poses.

285. Melvyn Douglas at a party in the Douglas' Chevy Chase, Maryland home. 1946.

286. Melvyn Douglas speaking for Helen Gahagan Douglas. Possibly 1948.

287. Elizabeth B. Gimball. She was Helen Gahagan Douglas' first dramatic teacher at Berkley Institute in New York. The Misses Shelby photograph.

288. Edna and Yu Shan Han. Color print.

289. Lyndon B. Johnson as a Senator from Texas. Washington, D.C.

290. Michael Joseph Kirwan, Ohio Congressman who supported Mrs. Douglas in her campaign for Congress. Washington, D.C. Harris and Ewing photograph.

291. Walter A. Lynch as a member of Congress. Washington, D.C. Harris and Ewing photograph.

292. Senator Warren Magnuson of Washington state. Seattle, Washington. Fred Milkie photograph.

293. Senator Mike Mansfield.

294. Trevor J. Martinson. Candidate for the 14th District Congressional seat of California. This seat was open as Helen Gahagan Douglas was running for U.S. Senate. 1950.

295. Paul Marcus Maxwell.

296. Senator Murray. Washington, D.C.

297. Hon. Wright Patman. Washington, D.C. Miller of Washington photograph.

298. Senator Claude Pepper delivering a speech. Probably 1944.

299. John Perez, Jr. Signed, "To the Hon. Helen Gahagan Douglas with best wishes, from John Perez, Jr." Los Angeles, California. January 25, 1949. Marina Studio photograph.

300. Basil Rathbone.

301. Sam Rayburn as Speaker of the House of Representatives. Washington, D.C. Harris and Ewing photograph.

302. Will Rogers, Jr. Signature on face, "To Helen - A true democrat with both a large and small D, Bill Rogers." 1950.

303. Eleanor Roosevelt visited with the Douglas' in 1941. Many functions were arranged for her to meet those eager to greet her, and those she was eager to see. Mrs. Roosevelt's interest in the National Youth Administration (NYA) was very great. In this picture, she is speaking to the NYA Orchestra of California, which had just finished a concert on the Douglas' patio. Los Angeles, California, April 28, 1941.

304. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Negative.

305. Franklin D. Roosevelt. 1940. Inaugural picture.

306. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. New York, New York. Moss photograph.

307. Mom Rose S. Ryan. Collecting grease and fat during the war. Age 85.

308. Jan Sabath. New York, New York. Moss Photograph.

309. John Sparkman.

310. Harry S. Truman.

311. Henry A. Wallace. 1940 inaugural picture.

312. Eleanor Roosevelt was hailed as "First lady of the world" at the 1960 Chapter Conference of Muscular Distrophy Associations of America, Inc., held at The Biltmore, New York, New York. Some 600 delegates from all parts of the country gave Mrs. Roosevelt a standing ovation. She is shown here with a young MD victim, Robin Balnis, M.D.A.A.'s national poster child in 1960.

313. Eleanor Roosevelt with Robin Balnis, M.D.A.A.'s national poster child in 1960. Muscular Distrophy Associations of America, Inc. Chapter Conference, The Biltmore, New York, New York.

314. Eleanor Roosevelt and California Governor Culbert Olsen greeting guests invited to meet Mrs. Roosevelt and hear the N.Y.A. Orchestra. 1941.

315. Mr. Baumgartener (second from right) speaking about the election. City Hall, Los Angeles, California. 1944. 14th district election. Lucille Stewart photograph.

316. Left to right: John Packard, Mrs. and Senator Claude Pepper, Mrs. E.G. Robinson, unidentified man.

317. With the "Pennies from Benny" covered wagon safely on the portico of the U.S. Treasury after a month-long 25-city coast to coast tour sparking the March of Dimes and CBS to broadcast the climactic ceremony, here WTOP-CBS Newsman Gunnar Back interviews Capt. Orville Handy, pilot of the Slick Airways plane that flies the 75-year-old covered wagon from city to city. Rep. Helen Gahagan Douglas later presented Mr. Benny's personal check for $ 5,000 to Undersecretary of the Treasury Edward H. Foley, Jr., who turned it over to March of Dimes officials. Washington, D.C. January 31, 1949. Renni photograph.

318. African-American soldiers, probably from Mrs. Douglas' congressional district. Front row, left to right: Dan Burley, Hank Armstrong, Frank Karr. Back row: Joe Lillard, Kenny Washington, Ernie Copeland, Bill Yancey. Signed "To Major and Mrs. Douglas, from Frank and Hank and gang."

319. African-American soldiers, probably from Mrs. Douglas' congressional district. Front row, left to right: Dan Burley, Hank Armstrong, Frank Karr. Back row: Joe Lillard, Kenny Washington, Ernie Copeland, Bill Yancey, Md. Hamid. Signed "To Major and Mrs. Douglas, from Frank and Hank and gang."

320-326. Photos of employees at work in a photographic plant, Des Plaines, Illinois. December 1949.

327. Unidentified Japanese couple

328. Oriental boy in ceremonial dress for the tea ceremony.

329. Peruvian children having lunch, a portion of hundreds of thousands of Peruvian children participating in an expanding school lunch program sponsored by Great Plains wheat growers. Because of this program, enrollment increases an average of 35 % in Peru during one year and up to 150 % in Southern Peru. Great Plains wheat growers invest in lunch programs which feature wheat products to educate the children in democratic principles and educate them in using wheat products. Similar programs were to be initiated in Ecuador, Chile, and Brazil as well. Peru. Late 1950s or early 1960s.

330. Luncheon concerning Helen Gahagan Douglas' senatorial campaign. Chinatown, San Francisco, California. 1950 Chester Gan photograph.

331. Luncheon concerning Helen Gahagan Douglas' senatorial campaign. Chinatown, San Francisco, California. 1950 Chester Gan photograph.

332. Luncheon concerning Helen Gahagan Douglas' senatorial campaign. Chinatown, San Francisco, California. 1950 Chester Gan photograph.

333. Luncheon concerning Helen Gahagan Douglas' senatorial campaign. Chinatown, San Francisco, California. 1950 Chester Gan photograph.

334. Women's Army Corps members (WAC's) on parade. Pasadena ASF Regional Hospital. December 26, 1945.

335. WAC's at a meal. Pasadena ASF Regional Hospital. December 26, 1945.

336. WAC's serving at a tea for their benefactors. Pasadena ASF Regional Hospital. December 26, 1945.

337. WAC's taking a break. Pasadena ASF Regional Hospital. December 26, 1945.

338. Solano County water need display. Left to right: Major Allen Hedges, retired veteran and William J. Weyland (?), chairman, Solano County Water Council. 1947.

339. Company C, 72nd Training Battalion. Camp Robinson, Arkansas. December 1942.

340. Dinner in honor of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Mrs Douglas is the eleventh person from the left, standing in the back. Valley Park Country Club, California. May 18, 1950. Weaver photograph.

341. "Trelawny of the Well's" Company and the Elitch Garden Players at the Elitch Gardens. Helen Gahagan Douglas is at far right. Denver, Colorado. June 16, 1927. Mile High photograph.

342. Helen Gahagan Douglas for U.S. Senate Headquarters. California. 1950.

343. Amerigo Bozzani's Dodge-Plymouth car dealership. Has pro-Douglas and Roosevelt signs on front. Bozzani was a close friend of Tom Ford and an ardent supporter of Douglas and Democratic ticket. California. 1944.

344. Sign in front of the U.S. Treasury Building announcing the presentation of Jack Benny's check for $ 5,000 by Helen Gahagan Douglas to the March of Dimes. Washington, D.C. January 31, 1949.

345. Billboard which reads "Hollywood for Roosevelt," and is signed by movie stars including Melvyn Douglas.

346. Housing development in operation at Avion Park, Texas. Richard J. Neutra, Architect and Consultant.

347. President Roosevelt's Scotty pup, Fala, listens to his master's speech accepting the Democratic nomination to run for a fourth Presidential term. Fala is on the Pacific Coast, Roosevelt was at the White House. July 21, 1944. Acme photograph.

348. A dog with a "For U.S. Senator, Helen Gahagan Douglas" sign on its back, next to a poster showing Mrs. Douglas on her way to give her cost-of-living speech on the House of Representatives floor. California. 1950.

349. A dog with a "For U.S. Senator, Helen Gahagan Douglas" sign on its back. California. 1950.

350. 1950 campaign paper which reads, "Elect Congressman Nixon, U.S. Senator, The Man who broke the Hiss Case." Negative.

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