Helen Gahagan Douglas
Photograph Collection
#351 - 525

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351. 1950 campaign paper which reads, "Build a Strong America. . . Promote California's development . . . (Nixon)."

352. 1950 campaign paper which reads, "Win with Nixon . . . " Negative.

353. 1950 campaign paper which reads, "Facts, Congressman Nixon for United States Senator," and "compares" voting records of Nixon and Helen Gahagan Douglas in the House of Representatives. Negative.

354. 1950 campaign paper which reads, "Douglas-Marcantonio Voting Record . . . Here is the Record! . . . " Negative. The pink sheet.

355. 1950 campaign paper which reads, "America can't afford to take a chance on this election, Let's elect Congressman Richard Nixon United States Senator . . . Nixon stands firmly for a strong America - strong economically, morally, spiritually and militarily--as the way to peace and REAL security. He has served us well! Nixon voted and voted . . . for lower taxes and more take home pay." Negative.

356. 1950 campaign mailer which reads, "As one Democrat to Another, Congressman Nixon Stands for . . . Elect the Man you can depend on, Elect Richard Nixon . . ." Negative.

357. Eighteen year old mother from Oklahoma, now a California migratory worker. With her child in doorway of tent. California. March 1937. Dorothea Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph. Negative.

358. Company housing for cotton workers. Children playing in dirt outside. Corcoran, California. June 1937. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

359. Part of a family in front of their tent. "Tractored out" in Oklahoma and now on relief. Ground space cost $ 5.00 a month. There are six in this family. Arvin, California. 1930s. Farm Security Administration photograph.

360. Kitchen crew which prepared food for the Women's Committee and open house at the Tulare Farm Worker's Camp, Farm Security Administration. Visalia, California. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph.

361. The crowd at the Farm Security Administration Tulare Farm Workers Camp open house. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph.

362. Farm Security Administration Migratory Labor Camp. In foreground are two trailers, one used by camp manager for living quarters and office, and the other as a health center and clinic. This is part of the mobile camp unit which followed workers from harvest to harvest where emergency camps were set up. Calipatria, Imperial Valley, California. February 1939. Farm Security Administration photograph.

363. A small girl having a hair combing lesson at nursery school. Indio Migratory Camp, California. 1930s. Farm Security Administration photograph.

364. Abandoned tenant house seen across tractored fields. This tractor forced tenant farmers into towns, to day labor status on farms, or to refuge in distant parts. Not only was their security gone, but the opportunity even to rise to ownership was diminished because profitable operation of mechanized farms required more land and more capital equipment per farm. Hall County, Texas. June 1938. Farm Security Administration photograph.

365. Girl in a library for migratory workers. Arvin, California migrant camp.

366. Prize winning needle worker, Lizzie Williams, displaying a bed spread which won in the needlework division of the Tulare-Kings Counties Fair, Fall, 1940. Second place ribbon is attached to spread. Tulare Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph.

367. Mrs. Nancy Akin, and adept cotton carder, seated, carding cotton. Carded cotton is used for mattresses. Farm Security Administration Tulare Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph.

368. Mrs. Pearson, one of the older women in camp, carded tons of cotton. She joined the cotton carders when the mattress making project was inaugurated at the camp. "It's harder now than it used to be," said Mrs. Pearson. "I'm not as strong as I was years ago." Farm Security Administration Tulare Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph. Negative.

369. Sand whirling around a house and barn. Cimarron County, Oklahoma. c. 1930s. Rothstein, Farm Security Administration photograph. Negative.

370. Children using a pump which is the only water supply for their migrant workers camp. American River Camp, San Joaquin Valley, California. November 1936. Farm Security Administration photograph. Negative.

371. Auto camp which rents space where migrant citrus workers live. Tents, three women and a child, and a car are seen. Tulare County, California. November 1938. Farm Security Administration.

372. Housing for "reliefers." Carpinteria, California. Farm Security Administration photograph.

373. Capitola Kerns of one of the labor homes and a neighbor are shown making a mattress, one of the final processes in the hand-manufacture of a mattress from surplus cotton. Tulare Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph.

374. Women scrubbing clothes on a washboard in a tub. These are the only laundry facilities in the migratory labor camp. Imperial Valley, California near Calipatria. Spring 1937. Farm Security Administration photograph.

375. Missouri family of five, mother and two children shown, seven months from the drought area. They're broke, the baby's sick, there's car trouble. Trailer with belonging piles on top also shown. U.S. 99 near Tracy, California. February 1937. Farm Security Administration photograph.

376. A W.P.A. instructor teaching women to sew. A sewing machine and ironing board are evident. Sewing Room, Shafter Camp for Migrants, Kern County, California. c. 1930s. Farm Security Administration photograph.

377. Sick child in bed in a dilapidated trailer home. A gun is hanging on the wall above him. Sebastin, Texas. February 1939. Farm Security Administration photograph. Negatives.

378. Surplus cotton for mattress making, removed from the bale, being beaten with small sticks to condition it before being carded. L. V. Henry and B. W. McGinty with an unidentified woman, doing the work. In two or three hours, fifty pounds of cotton, enough for a small mattress, can be prepared. Farm Security Administration Visalia Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 1941.

379. Dust storm in Colorado. J. H. Ward, Resettlement Administration photograph. Negative.

380. Children using a water pump, the only water source for the cotton pickers in the migratory workers camp. San Joaquin Valley, California. November 1936. Similar to # 370. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

381. Shed, windmill and two cows whose ribs show. Desolate, sand swept high plains in the Oklahoma Panhandle near Boise City, Oklahoma. June 1938. Lange Farm Security Administration photograph.

382. Migratory workers housing renting for $10.00 a month. Child in front. Dwelling is made of boards with a corrugated metal roof. Brawley, California. c. 1930s. Farm Security Administration photograph.

383. Shacks for which Filipino field workers pay about $16.00 a month. Guadalupe, California. c. 1930s. Farm Security Administration photograph.

384. An outhouse which illustrates sanitary conditions at migrant workers camps. Arvin, California. c. 1930s. Farm Security Administration photograph.

385. A wooden trailer home for four, and two tents. A child stands in the foreground. It cost $3.00 a month for groundspace.

386. Migrant women being instructed in rug-making. Recreational, educational cooperative efforts in the camp were aided by W.P.A. instructors assigned to the camp. Shafter Camp for Migrants (FSA), California. November 1939. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

387. Mrs. Elmer Gray of New Mexico, showing mattress made of surplus cotton. Farm Security Administration Tulare Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph.

388. Child of migratory worker outside tent with doll. American River Camp near Sacramento, California. November 1936. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

389. Children asleep during rest time in nursery school for migrant children. Shafter Camp, Farmersville, California. February 1939. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

390. Family of three in front of their wooden shack for which they pay $7.00 a month. Arvin, California. c. 1930s. Farm Security.

391. Meeting of Camp Council, personalities unidentified. Farm Security Administration Camp for migratory agricultural workers, Farmersville, California. May 1939. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph. Negative.

392. "My workers live just like I do," avers Bill Camp of Associated Farmers. Photo shows where they live, in discarded refrigerator cars, the locks still remaining on the outside. Only the year around workers, about 25 families live in these permanent quarters. At the height of the cotton picking, from 200 to 400 are in the fields at Camp's Georgianna Ranch. Under Associated Farmer's plan, as described by Camp, when this horde of workers are quartered on private ranches, growers will rotate their crops and "trade workers around from crop to crop." When will this system, which is startlingly reminiscent of the old peonage system, be installed? "When times get better," Camp obligingly explains. California. c. 1930s. Farm Security Administration photograph.

393. Aerial view of a Farm Security Administration camp for migrant workers consisting of tents with wooden bases, some wooden trailers, dirt roads, newly planted trees, and a central building which has showers and restrooms. Several cars are also evident. Shafter, California. June 1938. Farm Security Administration photograph.

394. Another private camp. Set in a sandy, sun-baked waste, this stark settlement, windswept and treeless is the home of men, women, and children, Americans like ourselves. The rusty tank, foreground and left, in the camps only source for water. State constructed camps, patterned after the Government camps, would lessen the necessity for camps like these. Davis Camp, near Shafter, California. c. 1930s.

395. Abandoned farm of the western Panhandle. Cimarron County, Oklahoma. 1936. Photograph missing.

396. Mother and two children in front of the "stove" in their barren tent house. California. c. 1930s.

397. Child in a family from Texas, presently working in the peas. Contractor's Camp, Freeport, California. May 1939.

398. Mother and child in a migratory pea worker's camp. Madison, California. May 1939.

399. Four children from a family of eight children. Family are migrant cotton field workers from Sweetwater, Oklahoma. Children seated in the dirt, wearing tattered clothing, against a backdrop of battered shacks. Near Casa Grande Project, Arizona. May 1937. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

400. Mother and children (Mexican-American?) at the water supply of a migrant worker's camp. Broken down wooden buildings of the camp are behind them.

401. Tent housing of migrant workers along the bank of a ditch. California. c. 1930s Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

402. Aerial view of hexagon-shaped, Tulare Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 30, 1941.

403. Migrant workers camp on the outskirts of Sacramento, California. 1936. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

404. Shacks for Mexican field workers renting for $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 a month. East side of Brawley, California. c. 1930s.

405. "Sure we have a plan," affirmed Bill Camp, head of Associated Farmers in Kern County when asked the Association's program to remedy conditions among California's 250,000 migrant workers. "First we'll wipe out those communistic Government camps. Second, we'll build more private and county camps." Here is a sample of a private camp. Note the open toilet, one of a number centering in the camp, with open oil drums to hold garbage in the foreground. The wood shacks, flanking these "fly catcher," house the workers. They are provided "rent free," but tenants must pay 10 cents a day for each light bulb in the shack and 35 cents an hour to use the "free" washing machine. Rent, under these terms ran around $6.00 a month, with washing, naturally, done by hand. Buerkle's Pussywillow Camp near Shafter, California. c. 1930s.

406. Mother and two children from a Missouri family of five, beside their car, seven months from the drought area. "Worked in California sawmill at 40 cents an hour until it closed. Went to cotton fields at end of harvest, made $5.00 a week just scapin' along. We're not tramps; we hold ourselves to be white folks." A common story, "Broke, baby sick, car trouble." February 1937. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

407. Downtown Caddo, Oklahoma, which has been struck by depression and drought. Empty shops and few cars are seen. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph. Negatives.

408. A two family hovel for itinerant field workers. Migrant Camp, Brawley East Side, California. c. 1930s.

409. A migrant worker's shack among mimosa trees. Brawley East Side, California. c. 1930s.

410. A man standing in the doorway of his two room hovel, renting for $6.00 per month. Truck by the side of the shack. Guadalupe, California. c. 1930s.

411. Two story "Apartment house" for cotton workers. Arvin, California. c. 1930s.

412. Women with hymn book before the opening of the Mothers Club meeting. Farm Security Administration camp for migrants. Arvin, California. November 1938. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

413. Two children of migratory cotton workers at their tent. Girl in foreground, sits by an open trash can, and has flies on her legs, dress, and one arm. Migratory camp, Southern San Joaquin Valley, California. November 1936. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

414. Male dust bowl refugee. "We was starved out and we live on perhaps. We could maybe find a little work if we could afford to roll." California. February 1936. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

415. Marble time in an emergency Farm Security Administration migratory labor camp. There is plenty of space to play and plenty of companions for the children during the pea harvest. Tents are seen in the background. Near Calipatria, Imperial Valley, California. February 1939. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

416. Family of drought refugees in their truck on U.S. 99. Near Bakersfield, California. May 1937. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

417. Mexican field workers' shacks renting for $8.00 per month. Brawley East Side, California. c. 1930s.

418. Josiah Roberts and his wife at their camp. Truck and outside stove also seen. Madison, California pea camp. May 7, 1939. M.W. Wilson photograph.

419. Worn out land and abandoned cabins. Newport, Oklahoma. June 1937. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

420. View of Mexican town at Carpinteria, California. This area is inundated during the rainy season. c. 1930s.

421. Sam Rose's Pea Camp. Liberty Island, California. May 5, 1939. M. W. Wilson photograph.

422. Mrs. R.F. Blackman, chairman of the women's handiwork and craft display, Mrs. May Shawover and Mrs. Ruby Godfrey in one corner of the Women's Center room where hundreds of bed spreads and other pieces of handiwork were arranged and displayed before admiring Tulare County Club women who called at the open house at FSA Tulare Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. March 1941. Farm Security Administration photograph.

423. Shack in Little Oklahoma. Children and cars outside. Lots 50' x 150' cost $ 100 to $ 200. Bought on hope and sold on promises. No work available since the fall before. A few get relief and "welfare" but they say they are not eligible in California. Kern County, California. c. 1939. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

424. Housing for migratory workers in cotton, five miles north of Corcoran, California. Lange, Resettlement Administration photograph.

425. Man looking at his garden, beside his house at Garden Homes, Arvin, Kern County, California. This is an FSA housing project for low income farm laborers. Rent of $8.20 monthly includes electricity and water. November 1938. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

426. FSA Shafter Migrant camp, Shafter, California. c. 1930s. Rothstein, Farm Security Administration photograph.

427. Oklahoma sharecropper and family entering California. Their truck is stalled in the desert near Indio, California. February 1937. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph. Negative.

428. Young girl being examined by a doctor, inside a mobile clinic. Farm Security Administration photograph.

429. Mexican citrus workers' camp. Tulare County, California. February 1939. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

430. Three families, camped behind a billboard which serves as a partial windbreak. They have no water. On the plains along U.S. 99, Kern County, California. c. 1930s. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

431. Entrance to Marysville Camp for migratory workers. Marysville, California. c. 1930s. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph.

432. Jack Allison, fourteen-year-old boy artist. He is shown here with one of his show card decorative theme pieces of art work. He came from Topeka, Kansas with his family, didn't take art in school but hoped to study it seriously as he grew older. He lives in a steel cabin, # 5206, FSA Tulare Farm Workers Camp, Visalia, California. march 1941.

433. A destitute pea worker, a mother with two of her seven children, aged 32. California. February 1936. Lange, Farm Security Administration photograph. Negative.

434. A plow in the sand after a dust storm. Oklahoma. c. 1930s. Negatives.

435-443 Indio, California migrant workers camp. Christmas Party, 1940. Various photos.

444. Ann Klakovic, American UNRRA official whose parents emigrated from what was later to become Yugoslavia between 1910 and 1915 was re-united with her father's family in Cairo. Waiting to go to Yugoslavia on a UNRRA mission, she volunteered to take a party of Yugoslav refugee singers from El-Shatt Camp shopping in Cairo. She was introduced to Zivko Klakovic as a relative as a joke, but a few questions established that Zivko was her father's cousin. He told her that her father's brother, Naste, was also at the camp. Ann went to El-Shatt with Zivko and the picture shows Zivko introducing his wife to Ann Klakovic while Naste looks on. Ann, for whom "it was a dream come true," stayed six days in the camp with her family. Ann comes from Playa Del Rey, California. Since the death of her father ten years before, her mother has spent her time between California where Ann's sister also lives, and Chicago, where Ann has two brothers. El-Shatt Camp near Cairo, Egypt. 1945-1950.

445. Ann Klakovic and her uncle Zivko. El-Shatt Camp, near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945-1950.

446. A young female refugee assists a nurse bathing a child. Young Yugoslav girls between the ages of 15 and 18 are trained as nurses aides at UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp, near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

447. A young Yugoslav refugee is busily repairing a shoe. In the carpenter shop run by the refugees themselves, many pairs of new and reconditioned shoes are turned out. Old shoes, shoe tongues, and useable portions of worn out soles are all reclaimed and used. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

448. Yugoslav shoemaker cutting up a discarded army tire casing to make soles for much needed shoes. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

449. Almost half of El-Shatt camp's supply of soap is made by the Yugoslav refugees. Grease is collected from the kitchen scraps, cooked in large kettles, and then poured into forms made in the carpenter shop. In the photo, the blocks of soap are being cut by refugees, using handmade utensils. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

450. Yugoslav refugees repairing a rope mattress in a carpenter shop run by the refugees. Primitive conditions and the absence of mechanical equipment did not deter the Yugoslav Partisana from engaging in all the essential household crafts. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp, near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

451. Young Yugoslav refugees work with handmade tools on salvaged lumber in their own carpenter shop. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

452. The blacksmith's shop run by the Yugoslav refugees themselves. Here they are turning out mechanical parts for the repair of kitchen and hospital pipes, as well as flat irons and other household essentials. A man and boy are shown working. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

453. Young refugee girls at the UNRRA Camp, housing 20,000 Yugoslavs in the desert near Cairo, Egypt, have learned to make toys for their younger brothers and sisters. By skillful and careful planning, all available scraps are converted into playthings for the little ones. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp, near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

454. Yugoslav women making clothing from yardage obtained from the UNRRA. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

455. Young Yugoslav refugee girls embroidering a bed cover. UNRRA's El-Shatt Camp, near Cairo, Egypt. c. 1945.

456. Helen Gahagan Douglas in a publicity shot for her first play. Raymor, Chicago photograph.

457. Helen Gahagan Douglas in a publicity shot for her first European concert tour. George F. Cannons photograph.

458. Helen Gahagan Douglas in an unknown play.

459-460. David Belasco, signed "To Dear Helen, with affection, David Belasco." October 28. 1930. Two different poses.

461-477. Helen Gahagan Douglas in costume for the RKO-Radio film, She. Portrait shot. Ernest A. Bachrach, Radio Pictures photograph. Various poses.

478-479. Helen Gahagan Douglas in a publicity shot for the RKO-Radio film, She. Ernest A. Bachrach, Radio Pictures photograph. Two different shots.

480. Melvyn Douglas, Helen Gahagan Douglas, and director Irving Pichel on the set of RKO-Radio's film She. Mr. Douglas was visiting from New York where he was in a play. Hollywood, California. 1935. Fred Hendrickson, Radio Pictures photograph.

481. Randolph Scott sitting on the arm of the Queen's throne next to Helen Gahagan Douglas on the set of RKO-Radio's film, She. Fred Hendrickson, Radio Pictures photograph.

482-486. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Randolph Scott in a scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Ernest A. Bachrach, Radio Pictures photograph. Various shots.

487-497. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Randolph Scott in a scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Radio Pictures photograph. Various shots.

498-499. Two serving girls, Helen Gahagan Douglas, and Randolph Scott in a scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Radio Pictures photograph. Two different shots.

500. Randolph Scott, laying down; Helen Gahagan Douglas, left; and Helen Mack, right; in a scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Radio Pictures photograph.

501-502. Randolph Scott and Helen Gahagan Douglas examine a body in a scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Radio Pictures photograph. Two different shots.

503. Helen Gahagan Douglas and an unidentified man on the set of RKO-Radio's film, She. Robert W. Coburn, Radio Pictures photograph.

504. Helen Gahagan Douglas and an unidentified man on the set of RKO-Radio's film, She. Radio Pictures photograph.

505. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. From left to right: Nigel Bruce, Helen Mack, Randolph Scott, (Julius Adler), and Helen Gahagan Douglas. Radio Pictures photograph.

506. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. From left to right: Nigel Bruce, Randolph Scott, Helen Mack, (Julius Adler), and Helen Gahagan Douglas. Radio Pictures photograph.

507. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. From left to right: (Julius Adler), Randolph Scott, Helen Mack, Nigel Bruce, Helen Gahagan Douglas. Radio Pictures photograph.

508. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. From left to right: (Julius Adler), Helen Gahagan Douglas, Randolph Scott, Helen Mack, Nigel Bruce. Radio Pictures photograph.

509. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. From left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas, Randolph Scott, Julius Adler, Nigel Bruce. Radio Pictures photograph.

510. Rehearsal during the showing of RKO-Radio's film, She. From left to right: Helen Gahagan Douglas, Randolph Scott, Director Irvin Pichel. Radio Pictures photograph.

511. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Helen Gahagan Douglas in front of throne, to left of Mrs. Douglas is Julius Adler, Randolph Scott is at far right. Radio Pictures photograph.

512. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Helen Gahagan Douglas stands above Randolph Scott who is lying on the bed. Helen Mack stands, held by two guards below Mrs. Douglas. Nigel Bruce stands, held by two guards below Mr. Mack. Radio Pictures photograph.

513. Scene from RKO-Radio's film She. Helen Gahagan Douglas is seated on the throne; Randolph Scott stands just below her, pointing; Nigel Bruce and Helen Mack are at the bottom of the steps, surrounded by guards. Jim Thorpe is standing at the bottom of the stairs. He was the captain of the guards. Radio Pictures photograph.

514-516. Scene from RKO-Radio's film, She. Helen Gahagan Douglas stands in front of the throne, Randolph Scott and Nigel Bruce are to the right of her. Radio Pictures photograph. Various shots.

517. Helen Gahagan Douglas in The Cat and the Fiddle, which played in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Stemmer photograph.

518. Helen Gahagan Douglas at the time of the production of The Cat and the Fiddle.

519. Helen Gahagan Douglas and another man at the time of the production of The Cat and the Fiddle. Phil Stroupe photograph.

520-521. Scene from The Cat and the Fiddle. Helen Gahagan Douglas is sitting behind the piano. Two different shots.

522. Night shot of the exterior of the Curran Theatre in San Francisco, California during the production of The Cat and the Fiddle.

523. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the play, Diplomacy. Maurice Goldberg photograph.

524. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the play Leah Kleshna. Maurice Goldberg photograph.

525. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the play, Manon Lescaut.

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