Helen Gahagan Douglas
Photograph Collection
#877 - 1128

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877-882. Photos from the 1964 meeting of the women's International League for Peace and Freedom which was held in the Soviet Union. There are several images of meetings as well as delegates sightseeing. Helen Gahagan Douglas is seen in some of the photos.

883. Commissioning of the power dredge Helen Douglas at Dews Island, Jarvisburg, Currituck County, North Carolina in July 1950. Left to right are the following representatives: Carl Durham of North Carolina; Abraham Ribicoff of Connecticut; Richard Chatham of North Carolina (with bottle); Olin Teague of Texas; James Richards of South Carolina; Frank Carlyle of North Carolina; Herbert Bonner of North Carolina; Lloyd Bentsen of Texas; and Hamilton Jones of North Carolina. Photo is autographed by Chatham. Men's names are indicated on the photo.

884. Power dredge, Helen Douglas, at Dews Island, Currituck County, North Carolina.

885a-b. One photo is a color shot of Helen Gahagan Douglas and two unknown women. Photo is dated March 1966. The other photo is Douglas and five unidentified people.

886. Walter and Lillian Gahagan with their children. Helen (next to her mother), Lillian, and twins Fritz and Bill. Photo by French of New York.

887. Hannah Gahagan, grandmother of Helen Gahagan Douglas.

888. Helen Gahagan Douglas as a child.

889. Helen Gahagan Douglas wedding portrait.

890. Helen Gahagan Douglas with Madame Sophia Cehanovska at a piano. Photo by H. Golden of New York.

891. A postcard scene in Bali. Half is torn off.

892. A very thin Pacific Island or Indonesian man seated on a step.

Photos 893-902 are from Helen Gahagan Douglas's trip to Israel.

893. Photo of a group of people in front of monument at Tel Chai. The monument was built in memory of Josef Trumpeldor, who fell defending the settlement. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

894. A photo of a group of people at the Sea of Galilee near Capernaum. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

895. Photo of a group of people by the monument at Tel Chai. The monument was built in memory of Josef Trumpeldor, who fell defending the settlement. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

896. Photo taken in Israel, perhaps near the Sea of Galilee. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

897. Ruins of Meggido, the valley of Jesrael in the background. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

898. Photo of ancient church and synagogue, taken at Capernaum. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

899. Church of Beatitude on the shores of the Sea of Galilae. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

900. Photo taken looking from Mt. Tabor onto the Jordan Valley. There is a clergyman also in the photo. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

901. The Church of Loaves and Fishes. The Sea of Galilee in the background. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

902. At Kfar Geladi, group talking to Eliezer Kroll, one of its founders. Fred Csasznik, photographer.

903. Portrait of "Edward Hesselberg D'essenelli" (so identified on reverse). Possibly the father of Melvyn Douglas. Photo by Daguerre Studio in Chicago.

904a-e. Series of photos of Helen Gahagan Douglas in dramatic poses.

905. Helen Gahagan Douglas (left) with her sister Lillian Gahagan.

906. Helen Gahagan Douglas. On the back of the photo is the notation "N.Y. K lines Chechebu Inoru." Haas-Schreiner Photo of San Francisco.

907. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Melvyn Douglas by a window, ca. 1940.

908. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Melvyn Douglas on their trip around the world, 1933.

909. The Melvyn Douglas family, including Helen Gahagan Douglas, Mary Helen Douglas, Melvyn Douglas, and Peter Gahagan Douglas. Also in the photo is an unnamed young man. Stan Risley, photographer.

910. Color photo of Mary Helen Douglas.

911. Casual photo of Helen Gahagan Douglas late in life [1970s]. Rhoda Nathans, photographer. Negative.

912. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Melvyn Douglas at Cliff Mull. They are standing on the long staircase leading down to Lake Morey. Bob Howard, photographer.

913. Portrait of Peter Gahagan Douglas with inscription "To Grama... Pete." Moro Studios, photographer.

914. Casual photo of a group taken in a home during Helen Gahagan Douglas's campaign for the Senate in 1950. Douglas may be in the photo.

915. Helen Gahagan Douglas with a group of mainly African Americans during her campaign for the Senate in 1950.

916. Helen Gahagan Douglas with a group of supporters during her campaign for the Senate in 1950.

917. Helen Gahagan Douglas campaigning for the Senate in 1950. She is shaking hands with an African American man near a bus.

918. Unidentified man and woman sitting on steps outside a home.

919. Helen Gahagan Douglas campaigning for the Senate in 1950.

920. Helen Gahagan Douglas at the KRKD radio station. This was probably during the 1950 Senate campaign.

921a.Campaign watch party during the primary election probably during the 1950 Senate campaign. James Roosevelt may be in center of photo.

921b.Street scene. People possibly passing out campaign literature. This was probably taken during the 1950 Senate campaign.

922. Helen Gahagan Douglas seated at a table during the 1950 Senate campaign.

923. Example of Richard Nixon's 1950 Senate campaign materials. The example asks "Is Helen Douglas a Democrat?" Negative.

924. Photo of letter from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Helen Gahagan Douglas, Nov. 27, 1944.

925. Photo of letter from William O. Douglas.

926. Unidentified man wearing round-frame glasses.

927. Melvyn Douglas late in life standing outside a building with a sign that reads "Film Society . . . with Melvyn Douglas."

928. Negative of Helen Gahagan Douglas with unidentified actor in a stage production.

929. Negative of Helen Gahagan Douglas standing on the balcony of her California home.

930. [moved to Photo 740 envelope]

931. Helen Gahagan Douglas and three unidentified women, apparently in a scene from a play.

932. Melvyn Douglas with his daughter, Mary Helen.

933. Helen Gahagan Douglas early in her career playing the piano.

934-935. Melvyn Douglas late in life. Various poses

936. Photo of press release, "Civilian Control of Atomic Energy," in Douglas Collection, Box 43 Folder 8.

937. Scene from the play Mother Lode.

938. Scene from a stage production, possibly Mother Lode. Helen Gahagan Douglas is standing on a staircase looking down at others.

939. Helen Gahagan Douglas with two others in scene from a stage production.

940. Melvyn Douglas, Peter Gahagan Douglas, and Helen Gahagan Douglas pose by a tree with the family's dog.

941. Series of photos of George O'Neil and Dan Totheroh, some with Melvyn and Helen Gahagan Douglas.

942. Helen Gahagan Douglas with her daughter Mary Helen. Helen is on the telephone.

943. Negative of campaign literature of Richard M. Nixon during his 1950 Senate campaign. Shows his family, including the candidate, his wife, Pat, and daughters, Julie and Tricia.

944. Photo of HGD press release, resolution on use of atomic energy, Nov. 15, 1945. Original in Douglas Collection Box 15 Folder 7a.

945. Photo of press release, resolution on use of atomic energy, Nov. 8, 1945. Original in Douglas Collection Box 16 Folder 6.

946. Photo of H.R. 5364, HGD bill for the development and control of atomic energy. Original in Douglas Collection Box 43 Folder 8.

947. Negative of clippings opposing Helen Gahagan Douglas during the 1950 Senate campaign.

948. Color photo of outdoor scene.

949. Color photo of three unidentified people in a home.

950. Color photo of unidentified couple sitting outdoors, 1958.

951-968. Color photos (Kodachrome prints) of a house and outdoor [woodland] scenes. Some are dated 1969. The location may be Vermont or Virginia, but it does not appear to be Cliff Mull.

969. Color photo of group of boys with a wheel barrow. This might be in Vermont or possibly Virginia.

970. Color photo of Helen Gahagan Douglas in the Vermont/Virginia location.

971-972. Color photos of outdoor scenes. These may be in Vermont or possibly Virginia.

973-974. Color photos of group having picnic in possibly Vermont or Virginia.

975. Helen Gahagan Douglas and an unidentified man in outdoor shot.

976-980. Color photos various outdoor scenes (similar to above), some with people. These photos were taken from a folder labeled "HGD/HJ Virginia." Some are dated 1963-1966.

981-983. Interior photos of a home. This might be Cliff Mull in Vermont.

984-986. Helen Gahagan Douglas in scenes from Mary of Scotland. Photos #985 and 986 were courtesy of Charles M. Miller, photographer.

987. Helen and Melvyn Douglas in Tonight or Never.

988. Helen Gahagan Douglas with two unidentified women. Mike Zwerling, photographer. [1960s].

989. Helen Gahagan Douglas late in life speaking to young people at Alma College. [early 1970s]

990-991. Helen Gahagan Douglas shortly before her death.

992-993. Helen Gahagan Douglas shortly before her death with an unidentified man. This appears to be an interview.

994-995. Helen Gahagan Douglas shortly before her death.

996. Photo of a marble statue of HGD and by Isomu Noguchi. It was a gift from Melvyn Douglas to the National Portrait Gallery.

997-1005. Series of poses of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Victor Haveman, photographer. 1936.

1006. Portrait of Thomas Ford. Autographed. Photo by Modell

1007-1008. Close-up of Helen Gahagan Douglas early in her career.

1009. Studio close-up of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Bacarri, photographer.

1010. Helen Gahagan Douglas in feather hat. She is looking down. A dramatic pose. Bacarri, photographer.

1011. Helen Gahagan Douglas as a nun. Bacarri, photographer.

1012. Studio portrait of Helen Gahagan Douglas.

1013-1014. Helen Gahagan Douglas in hat and fur coat, 1923. George or Eugene Hutchinson, photographer.

1015. Helen Gahagan Douglas in pearls. [This may be a duplicate of a portrait for HGD's first play] Photo by Adeda.

1016-1017. Helen Gahagan Douglas in hat and fur coat, 1923. Duplicates of 1013-1014. George Hutchinson, photographer.

1018. Portrait of Helen Gahagan Douglas with pearl necklace and shawl. Maurice Goldberg , photographer.

1019. Portrait of Helen Gahagan Douglas with shawl over her head. Maurice Goldberg, artist.

1020. Photo of telegram from Albert Einstein to Helen Gahagan Douglas, Nov. 21, 1945. Original in Douglas Collection Box 15 Folder 7b.

1021-1022. Helen Gahagan Douglas in scarf draped over her head and elegant gown of same material. Maurice Goldberg, photographer.

1023. Close-up of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Bacarri, photographer.

1024. Helen Gahagan Douglas with her son, Peter Gahagan Douglas. Maurice Goldberg, photographer.

1025. Close-up of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Chidnoff of New York, photographer.

1026. Close-up of Helen Gahagan Douglas in fur coat or perhaps a feather boa. Bacarri, photographer.

1027-1031. Series of poses of Helen Gahagan Douglas later in life [1960s]. Arthur Litof Studios of New York, photographer.

1032. Helen Gahagan Douglas, Frances Starr, and Edith Barrett in Moor Born. Pack Brothers of New York, photographer.

1033. Helen Gahagan Douglas (center) with Frances Starr (right) and Edith Barrett in a scene from the production of Moor Born.

1034. Helen Gahagan Douglas with Glenn Hunter (center) and Herbert Bunston in the production of Young Woodley. Photo by White Studio of New York.

1035. Helen Gahagan Douglas, Melvyn Douglas, and Yi Ying. On the back of the photo written is "Hougdon Hills," may be in eastern Asia.

1036. A chiffon gown, accordion pleated, a cape of silver fox, a needle point bag-Summer Evening as interpreted by Helen Gahagan, star of the stage and screen. Miss Gahagan, who designs all of her own formal costumes, is particularly striking in this one. Tom Kelly, photographer.

1037. Lillian Gahagan's wedding picture. Lillian was the sister of Helen Gahagan Douglas.

1038. Lillian Gahagan, mother of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Moffett of New York, photographer.

1039. Photo of painted portrait of Gladys Robinson, wife of actor Edward G. Robinson.

1040. Paul Kochanske [?] with violin.1932.

1041. Helen Gahagan Douglas with two men, both of whom are in wheelchairs. Autographs by John J. Cochran.

1042. Frederick Gahagan (brother of Helen Gahagan Douglas) and his wife Alice Gahagan sitting on steps. Townend, photographer.

1043. Drawing of Walter H. Gahagan, father of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Maurice Goldberg, artist.

1044. Alice Gahagan, wife of Frederick Gahagan. Hill of New York, photographer.

1045. Frederick "Fritz" Gahagan, brother of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Pirie MacDonald, photographer.

1046. Walter Gahagan, Jr., brother of Helen Gahagan Douglas.

1047. Sol Bloom.

1048. Congresswomen Chase Going Woodhouse, Helen Gahagan Douglas, and Emily Taft Douglas, ca. 1945.

1049. Eleanor Roosevelt. Autographed. Brett Weston, photographer.

1050. Helen Gahagan Douglas with Eleanor Roosevelt and an unidentified man. Mrs. Roosevelt is holding a little girl. There is a radio microphone with the call letters "BLUE" on the table.

1051. Lyndon B. Johnson, ca. 1940. He is holding a cigarette.

1052. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Robert St. John.

1053. Peter Gahagan Douglas with his horse. Tom Kelley, photographer.

1054. Helen Gahagan Douglas.

1055. Photo (color airbrush) of Helen Gahagan Douglas.

1056. Caricature drawing of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Amero, artist.

1057. Sophia Cehanovska. Negative.

1058. Walter Gahagan, father of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Blank Stoller of New York, photographer.

1059. Frederick "Fritz" Gahagan, brother of Helen Gahagan Douglas. Pirie MacDonald, photographer.

1060. Helen Gahagan Douglas with TWA airplane behind her, 1936. Victor Haveman, photographer.

1061. Helen Gahagan Douglas wearing a satin dress, 1935. Ernest Bachrach, photographer.

1062. Studio portrait of Helen Gahagan Douglas, 1935. Ernest Bachrach, photographer.

1063. Helen Gahagan Douglas in hat, 1935. Ernest Bachrach, photographer.

1064. Harry S. Truman at his desk. Autographed.

1065. Eleanor Roosevelt speaking before the NYA orchestra on the patio of HGD's California home, 1941.

1066. Profile of Helen Gahagan Douglas alongside profile of her Noguchi bust.

1067. Helen Gahagan Douglas standing outdoors, ca. 1945. She has her arms folded. Florence Homolka, photographer.

1068. Photo of the boat, Helen Mary.

1069. Scene from a stage production. Helen Gahagan Douglas is seated at the piano. This is probably The Cat and the Fiddle.

1070. Scene from The Cat and the Fiddle.

1071. Helen Gahagan Douglas early in her career. Schillare, photographer.

1072. Helen Gahagan Douglas giving a speech. This photo was sent to Mrs. Douglas by Walter Randovich. Randovich said this was a photo of her opening speech to California." [1950?]

1073a-c. Three different shots of U. S. soldiers in Halikandi, India, April 1944. One shows Melvyn Douglas with Lt. Russhon. Two of the images appear to be a USO show.

1074. 16 color slides from Helen Gahagan Douglas' visit to Ihla do Bananal, Brazil. This visit was part of Douglas' 1962 tour of Latin America. Douglas appears in 4 of the slides, and a Mr. Coleman appears in 4 of them. Other people are not identified.

1075. Portrait of Helen Gahagan Douglas. She is looking up. Courtesy of Baccari. Located in Map Case. Donated to the Carl Albert Center by Patrick L. Hardy.

1076. Helen Gahagan Douglas walks across the RKO Radio lot. Douglas is wearing a tailored suit and hat. Photo credited to Radio Pictures. ca. 1935. Donated to the Carl Albert Center by James M. and Jean T. Babcock in 2009.

1077. Portrait of Helen Gahagan Douglas late in life. Donated to the Carl Albert Center by James M. and Jean T. Babcock in 2009.

1078a-b. Yellowed sepia-tone photographs of landscape at Whippee Mountains in Crossroads, California. Mountain formation contains manganese deposit. Courtesy of Eastman Kodak Company. March 30, 1949.

1079a-b. Black and white photographs of landscape at Whippee Mountains in Crossroads, California. Mountain formation contains manganese deposit. March 19, 1949.

1080a. Black and white photograph of Helen Gahagan Douglas and Mr. Lordoff standing at Whippee Mountains in Crossroads, California. Mountain formation contains manganese deposit. March 19, 1949.

1080b. Black and white photograph of Helen Gahagan Douglas at Whippee Mountains in Crossroads, California. Mountain formation contains manganese deposit. March 19, 1949.

1081a. Black and white photograph of Helen Gahagan Douglas and two unidentified women, possibly Douglas’ sisters standing at Knotts Berry Farm. March 27, 1949.

1081b. Black and white photograph of Helen Gahagan Douglas, an unidentified woman, and a man credited only as ‘Ghost Town Sheriff’ standing at Knotts Berry Farm. March 27, 1949.

1082. Black and white portrait of an unidentified woman in a black hat and black coat with black fur trim. The woman is holding a bundle of newspapers or magazines.

1083. Black and white photograph of an unidentified woman in a black suit standing and leaning out the open door of a train car.

1084. Black and white landscape photo of the Bolivia Court with white buildings, possibly homes, in the background. Taken by Julius Shulman in Los Angeles, California.

1085. Black and white photograph of the inside of a home. The picture shows the living room, complete with a couch, two chairs, a small round coffee table, and a wooden dividing wall. Through a doorway you can see the dining area. Taken by Julius Shulman in Los Angeles, California.

1086. Black and white photograph of a town’s layout, complete with elevation changes, roads, and many housing developments. Taken by Julius Shulman in Los Angeles, California.

1087a. Black and white photograph of (from left to right) Navy Lt. Edward Swain Hope, his wife Marion C. Hope, and their two sons, J. Linn Hope, and Edward Swain Hope. Lt. Hope was the first African American Lieutenant in the Navy. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy. May 1, 1944.

1087b. Lt. Commander H. B. Atkinson swearing in Lt. Edward Swain Hope in front of an American flag in Washington, D.C. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy. May 1, 1944.

1088. Black and white head shot of an unidentified young man in a suit and tie. Photograph is signed “Glenn 1926.” Courtesy of Charles Clayton, Jr. 1926.

1089. Black and white photograph of an unidentified gentleman in a vest, coat, and tie, complete with a pocket watch and handkerchief. Courtesy of Harris and Ewing, Washington, D.C.

1090. Sepia-tone photograph of an unidentified young gentleman in a double-breasted pinstripe coat with a bow tie. Courtesy of Nickolas Muray, New York.

1091. Black and white head shot of Australian Prime Minister John Curtin. Photo has been altered by partially-finished shading. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1092. Black and white head shot of USSR Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissar and Commissar for Defense, Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1093. Black and white photograph of French President Charles de Gaulle in military attire. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1094. Black and white photograph of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Photo has spots on it. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

Photos 1095-1099 have been altered with shading.

1095. Black and white head shot of Chinese Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek in military attire. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1096. Black and white head shot of Belgium’s King Leopold III in regal military attire. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1097. Black and white portrait of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands seated, holding glasses and a book. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office and the Netherlands Information Bureau.

1098. Black and white head shot of United States of America President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1099. Black and white head shot of Mexican President Manuel Avila Camacho. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1100. Black and white head shot of Panamanian President Ricardo A. De la Guardia. Photo has a few spots on it. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1101. Black and white head shot of Czechoslovakian President Edvard Benes. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

Photos 1102-1109 have been altered with shading.

1102. Black and white head shot of Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1103. Black and white head shot of Polish President Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office.

1104. Black and white head shot of Brazilian President Getulio Vargas. Courtesy of the United Nations Information Office..

1105. Black and white portrait of a seated Navy Admiral Royal Ingersoll in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy.

1106. Black and white photograph of King George VI of Britain in uniform. He is on deck of the H.M.S. “King George V.” British Official Photograph. August 1941.

1107. Black and white head shot of Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Crops.

1108. Black and white portrait of Col. Oveta Hobby, Director of the WAAC U. S. Woman’s Army. Hobby is seated at a table with her hand over an open binder. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Corps.

1109. Black and white photograph of Lt. Gen. George S. Patton, Jr., standing on the beach in Sicily in uniform. Photo has some discoloration. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Corps. July 22, 1943.

1110. A black and white photograph of (from left to right) Ambassador John A. MacMurray, Chairman of the Joint America-Philippine Committee seated with Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon at Malacanan Palace, Manila,
Philippine Islands. The two are on a couch behind a small square coffee table. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Corps. August 18, 1937.

1111. Black and white head shot of General Dwight D. Eisenhower in uniform. Photo has been altered with shading. Courtesy of the U. S. Air Force.

1112. Black and white photo of Gen. George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff, with the United States seal in the background. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Corps. November 1, 1943.

Photos 1113-1117 have been altered with shading.

1113. Black and white head shot of Lt. Gen. Omar N. Bradley in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Corps.

1114. Black and white photograph of Lt. Gen. Ira C. Eaker. Eaker is seated at a table and reading from a newspaper. Courtesy of the U. S. Air Force.

1115. Black and white portrait of Captain Mildred H McAfee, seated and in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy.

1116. Black and white portrait of Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. Halsey is standing in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy.

1117. Black and white head shot of Maj. Gen. Claire L. Chennault, seated in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Air Force.

1118. Black and white head shot of Admiral Ernest J. King in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy.

1119. Black and white portrait of Lt. Gen. George S. Patton standing in uniform. He is said to be watching operations in France. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Corps.

1120. Black and white head shot of Admiral William F. Halsey in uniform. Photo has been altered with shading. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy.

1121. Black and white head shot of Admiral Chester W. Nimitz in uniform. Photo has been altered with shading. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy.

1122. Black and white head shot of General Henry H. Arnold in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Air Force.

1123. Black and white head shot of Maj. Gen. James H. Doolittle in uniform. Photo has some spots on it and has been altered with shading. Courtesy of the U. S. Air Force.

Photos 1124-1126 have been altered with shading.

1124. Black and white photograph of Gen. Douglas MacArthur in uniform. He is said to be on his tour of inspection of a camp in Australia. Courtesy of the U. S. Army Signal Corps. August 16, 1943.

1125. Black and white photograph of Adm. Harold R. Stark in uniform and standing in front of an American flag and a map of the USSR. Courtesy of the U. S. Navy.

1126. Black and white head shot of Lt. Gen. Alexander A. Vandergrift in uniform. Courtesy of the U. S. Marine Corps. April 4, 1944.

1127a-d. Helen Gahagan Douglas at a campaign event involving the Hispanic community in East Los Angeles, California, in 1950. (These photos were donated to the Carl Albert Center in 2011 by Victor Duran Mendez).
a. Helen Gahagan Douglas addresses supporters.
b. Helen Gahagan Douglas greets an unidentified woman.
c. Helen Gahagan Douglas poses with a group. To the right of Mrs. Douglas is Councilman Edward R. Roybal, who was later elected to Congress in 1962 and served for thirty-two years. To the right of Mr. Roybal is Maria Acosta Duran, who was Mrs. Douglas’s East Los Angeles field coordinator.
d. Helen Gahagan Douglas greets an unidentified person while East Los Angeles field coordinator Maria Acosta Duran looks on.

1128a-c. Helen Gahagan Douglas speaking at a May 1950 campaign event at the Carioca Restaurant in East Los Angeles. (These photos were donated to the Carl Albert Center in 2011 by Victor Duran Mendez).

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