Helen Gahagan Douglas
Photograph Collection
#526 - 700

Go to Douglas Photos 351-525

526. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the play, Manon Lescaut. H. Golden photograph.

527-529. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the play, Manon Lescaut. Various shots.

530-531. Scene from Mary of Scotland. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Ian Keith. Charles M. Hiller photograph. two different shots.

532. Scene from Mary of Scotland. Left to right: Joseph Anthony, Helen Gahagan Douglas, four other women.

533. Scene from Mary of Scotland. Left to right: Ian Keith, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Joseph Anthony, three other men.

534. Scene from Mary of Scotland. Left to right: Violet Kemble Cooper (?), unidentified.

535-536. Helen Gahagan Douglas in The Merry Widow. Two different shots.

537. Helen Gahagan Douglas in The Merry Widow. Tom Kelley photograph.

538. Helen Gahagan Douglas in The Merry Widow.

539. Melvyn and Helen Gahagan Douglas in the play, Mother Lode. Pach Brothers photograph.

540-545. Publicity shots featuring Melvyn Douglas, Helen Gahagan Douglas, and Basil Rathbone. Mrs. Douglas and Mr. Rathbone were working on One Plus One, Mr. Douglas was to open in Inherit the Wind. Leo Friedman photograph.

546. Scene from Russian Honeymoon, a Berkeley Institute play. Helen Gahagan Douglas is standing. February 1917.

547. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Sister Angelica by Puccini, performed at the San Francisco Opera House. Franklin and Rognon photograph.

548. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Tonight or Never. H. Golden photograph.

549. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Tonight or Never. DeForrest photograph.

550-554. Helen Gahagan Douglas with "the unknown gentleman" in the San Francisco production of Tonight or Never. Various shots.

555. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the Los Angeles production of Tonight or Never.

556-558. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Tosca. Tom Keller photograph. Various shots.

559-561. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Tosca. Various shots.

562. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Tosca. H. Golden photograph.

563. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Trelawney of the Wells.

564. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Trelawney of the Wells. White Studio photograph.

565. Helen Gahagan Douglas and other beside the Trelawney of the Wells' private train at Royal George. July 12, 1940.

566. David Belasco. Signed "To Brilliant, Talented Helen Gahagan with admiration, David Belasco. October 28, 1930." White Studio photograph.

567-568. Helen Gahagan Douglas in costume for her first play which John Cromwell produced and directed. 1922. Chidnoff photograph. Two different photos.

569-570. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Aida. Two different photos.

571-576. Helen Gahagan Douglas during the production of The Cat and the Fiddle. Various photos.

577. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Cavalleria. Maurice Goldberg photograph.

578. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Chains.

579. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Paul Kelly in William A. Brady's Chains, by Jules Eckert Goodman. Signed: "Helen, if I could only believe the looks in your eyes-Paul Kelly." White Studio photograph.

580. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Dreams for Sale.

581. Helen Gahagan Douglas in William A. Brady's production of Dreams for Sale, her first star role, 1922.

582. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Manon Lescaut. H. Golden photograph.

583. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Manon Lescaut. Leo Lindhard drawing.

584. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Leah Kleschna. Mrs. Douglas played the title role in an all star cast. White Studios photograph.

585. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the title role of Homer Curran's San Francisco production of Maxwell Anderson's Mary of Scotland.

586-590. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Mary of Scotland. Various photos.

591. Scene from Homer Curran's San Francisco production of Maxwell Anderson's Mary of Scotland. Left to right: Jan Keith as Lord Bothwell, Helen Gahagan Douglas as Mary, and Vernon Downing as Lord Darnley. Charles M. Hiller photograph.

592. Scene from Homer Curran's San Francisco production of Maxwell Anderson's Mary of Scotland. At left is Helen Gahagan Douglas. Charles M. Hiller photograph.

593. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Moor Born. Baccari photograph.

594-595. Helen Gahagan Douglas as Emily Brontë in Melvyn Douglas' staging of Dan Totheroh's Moor Born. Pach Brothers photograph. Two different photos.

596-597. Glenn Anders as Branwell Brontë in Melvyn Douglas' staging of Totheroh's Moor Born. Pach Brothers photograph. Two different shots.

598-599. Edith Barrett as Anne Brontë in Melvyn Douglas' staging of Dan Totheroh's Moor Born. Pach Brothers photograph. Two different shots.

600. Frances Starr as Charlotte Brontë in Melvyn Douglas' staging of Dan Totheroh's Moor Born. Pach Brothers photograph.

601. Thomas Findlay as the Reverend Patrick Brontë in Melvyn Douglas' staging of Dan Totheroh's Moor Born. Pach Brothers photograph.

602-608. Various scenes from Dan Totheroh's Moor Born, staged by Melvyn Douglas. Featuring Helen Gahagan Douglas as Emily, Francis Starr as Charlotte, Edith Barrett as Anne and Glenn Anders as Branwell Brontë. Pach Brothers photograph.

609. Scene from Dan Totheroh's Moor Born, staged by Melvyn Douglas. The Brontë family, back, left to right: Glenn Anders as Branwell, Helen Gahagan Douglas as Emily; front: Edith Barrett as Anne, Thomas Findlay as the Reverend Patrick Brontë, Frances Starr as Charlotte. Pach Brothers photograph.

610. Scene from Dan Totheroh's Moor Born, staged by Melvyn Douglas. Left to right: Thomas Findlay as the Reverend Patrick Brontë and Frances Starr as Charlotte. Pach Brothers photograph.

611. Helen Gahagan Douglas in the Melvyn and Helen Gahagan Douglas production of Dan Totheroh and George O'Neil's Mother Lode, directed by Melvyn Douglas. Pach Brothers photograph.

612-624. Melvyn and Helen Gahagan Douglas in the Melvyn and Helen Gahagan Douglas production of Dan Totheroh and George O'Neil's Mother Lode, directed by Melvyn Douglas. White Studio photograph. Various shots.

625. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Sister Angelica. Baccari photograph.

626-633. Helen Gahagan Douglas as the prima donna in David Belasco's presentation of Lili Hatvany's Tonight or Never. White Studio photograph. Various Photos.

634-648. Helen Gahagan Douglas in various scenes from David Belasco's presentation of Lili Hatvany's Tonight or Never. White Studio photograph.

649-650. Set for the David Belasco presentation of Lili Hatvany's Tonight or Never. White Studio photograph. Two different shots.

651. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Trelawney of the Wells. Talbot photograph.

652. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Eric Dressler in Trelawney of the Wells.

653. Estelle Winwood (left) and Helen Gahagan Douglas in Trelawney of the Wells.

654. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Young Woodley. White Studio photograph.

655. Glen Hunter in Young Woodley. White Studio photograph.

656-662. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Glenn Hunter in Young Woodley. White Studio photograph. Various shots.

663. Missing.

664. Missing.

665. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Glenn Hunter in Young Woodley. White Studio photograph.

666. Deserted building with campaign signs. 1948.

667-668. Campaign sign, 1948 campaign: "Elect Sidney Moore Congressman and Henry A. Wallace President." Close-up of a sign in Photo 666. Two different photos.

669-673. Commencement at Barnard College. Helen Gahagan Douglas, Barnard class of 1924, received a medal of distinction for outstanding contributions to women. New York Times photo. 1979. Various shots.

674. Joseph Remley and Roxie the dog leaving Douglas headquarters to get votes for Douglas on Alhambra Main Street. 1950 Senatorial campaign.

675. Meeting with D.C. Gray Panthers at the First Congregational Church, Washington, D.C. On Mrs. Douglas' left is Mary Walker, Recreation Supervisor in the D.C. Government. 1974.

676-677. Helen Gahagan Douglas. Two different photos.

678. Helen Gahagan Douglas. In background, a sign says "Radio."

679-681. Various photos of Melvyn Douglas

682. Helen Gahagan Douglas's son Peter with his bride, Jane Haber. ca. 1955.

683. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Samuel Jackson, 1944 Democratic National Convention chairman. Probably the 1944 Democratic Convention.

684a-f. Series of photos taken at Dartmouth College in June 1977. Photo is a group photo, including front row, from the left: Melvyn Douglas, Helen Gahagan Douglas, President Kemeny, and William Buchanan. Back row: David Brion Davis, Lowell Thomas, Ray Kroc, and Red Blaik. Photo b is a close-up of the Douglases. Photo c shows Helen Gahagan Douglas at the podium. Photo d has Melvyn Douglas at the podium. Photos e and f show Helen Gahagan Douglas on a panel.

685. Helen Gahagan Douglas on a trip to Russia in 1964 with the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

686. Helen Gahagan Douglas with her second child, Mary Helen, born in 1938.

687-692. Douglas' retreat in Carmel, California. Built in 1938. Various photos.

693. Helen Gahagan Douglas in Vermont. After leaving politics, Helen was finally able to spend long summers at Cliff Mull. She and Melvyn are standing on the long staircase leading down to Lake Morey. Photo by Bob Howard.

694. Helen Gahagan Douglas in her office [at home?]. 1940s.

695. The Douglas home in California.

696. The Douglases and unidentified man at their California home.

697. Helen Gahagan, Melvyn, and Mary Helen Douglas with unidentified man and woman on the patio of their California home.

698. Helen and Melvyn Douglas in their garden.

699. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Herbert Walker, August 1963.

700. Helen Gahagan Douglas at Cliff Mull, her summer house in Vermont.

Go to Douglas Photos 701-876
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