Fred R. Harris
Photograph Collection
#706-940

Go to Harris Photos 471-705

706. Fred R. Harris listens intently while an unidentified man speaks into a microphone. Photo courtesy of Image.

707. Close-up of Fred R. Harris. Photo courtesy of Dick Lowry.

708. Group of Harris campaign workers (mainly young people). Photo courtesy of Image.

709. Fred R. Harris standing with Miss Indian New Mexico 1971 and other American Indians in traditional dress. Photo courtesy of Image.

710. Fred R. Harris speaking into microphone.

711. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris seated on train or airplane. Other unidentified people also in picture. Photo courtesy of Image.

712. Close-up of LaDonna Harris. Photo courtesy of George de Vincent.

713. Fred R. Harris and unidentified man perhaps in interview situation. There is an unidentified woman in foreground of photo.

714. LaDonna Harris speaking at unidentified event at Dupont Plaza while Fred R. Harris looks on. Photo courtesy of Associated Photographers.

715. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris leaving a Delta airplane. There is an unidentified woman carrying a case which has a sign displaying "Harris President". Photo courtesy of Image.

716. Group of Harris campaign workers (mainly young people). Photo courtesy of Image.

717-719. Fred R. Harris speaking at an unknown event. It is possibly a press conference.

720. Fred R. Harris speaking at unknown outdoor event. LaDonna Harris is standing behind him. Photo courtesy of Dick Lowry.

721. Fred R. Harris standing behind microphones.

722. Close-up of Fred R. Harris speaking into microphones.

723. Fred R. Harris with arms above his head and hands clasped.

724. Fred R. Harris looking down at hands.

725. Fred R. Harris gesturing with hands.

726. Fred R. Harris speaking to large group of people.

727. Fred R. Harris hands a paper to an unidentified man. Two older American Indian men stand behind them.

728. Unidentified man giving oath to unidentified girl. Fred R. Harris observes. Perhaps this girl was a page. May 1971.

729a. Fred R. Harris shakes hands with unidentified man. There is a "Harris President 72" sign behind them. Photo courtesy of Image.

729b. Fred R. Harris, LaDonna Harris, Birch Bayh, and Marvella Bayh leave an airplane, apparently in Brazil, in 1965.

730. Birch Bayh, Fred R. Harris, and LaDonna Harris shake hands with people in the barridas (slums) in Lima, Peru. 1965.

731. Birch Bayh, Marvella Bayh, LaDonna Harris, and Fred R. Harris visit with unidentified group during South American trip in 1965.

732. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris leave a hydroplane during their trip to South America. 1965.

733. Marvella Bayh and LaDonna Harris outside a official government building or residence. There are uniformed, armed guards. This was during the South American trip of 1965.

734. LaDonna Harris places medal around the neck of a soldier. Fred R. Harris looks on.

735. Main Street, Oklahoma, Chile. This is the Main Street of the rural village of "Oklahoma," Chile. The 40-home village was built with assistance from the United States, as a part of the Alliance for Progress. It is one of 38 villages built in Chile and either named or being named for U.S. states.

736. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with a group of children in Oklahoma, Chile, during South American trip of 1965.

737. Fred R. Harris shakes hands with an unidentified woman (perhaps a resident) of Oklahoma, Chile, during the South American trip of 1965. Among those also pictured is LaDonna Harris.

738. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris pose with group in Oklahoma, Chile, during their South American trip of 1965.

739. LaDonna Harris plays with small child in Oklahoma, Chile, during visit to South America in 1965.

740. LaDonna Harris hold a handful of keys in Oklahoma, Chile. This photo was taken during the South American trip of 1965.

741. Fred R. Harris with officials at Oklahoma, Chile, during the South American trip of 1965.

742-743. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with a group of children in Oklahoma, Chile, during South American trip of 1965.

744. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris walk with official party through Oklahoma, Chile, during the South American trip of 1965.

745. Fred R. Harris stand with officials by flags in Oklahoma, Chile, during the South American trip of 1965.

746. LaDonna Harris with group of women and girls in Oklahoma, Chile, during the South American trip of 1965.

747. Fred R. Harris shakes hands with man on horseback during visit to Oklahoma, Chile, during South American trip of 1965. LaDonna Harris looks on.

748. Fred R. Harris gestures with piece of paper. Another man is holding a microphone in front of him while another man looks on. This photo was taken during the South American trip of 1965.

749-750. Fred R. Harris speaking into microphone while on trip to South America in 1965.

751. Fred R. Harris shakes hands with woman resident of Oklahoma, Chile, during South American trip of 1965.

752. Raising of flags in Oklahoma, Chile, during South American trip of 1965.

753. Birch Bayh and Fred R. Harris with unidentified men. There is a sign behind them which says this is a demonstration of NTSC color televisions presented by the following North American firms: General Electric, Motorola, Philco, RCA, Sylvania, Westinghouse, and Zenith. This was taken during the South American trip of 1965.

754-755. Fred R. Harris and unidentified man kneel near sign for Oklahoma, Chile, during the South American trip of 1965.

756. LaDonna Harris with woman during the South American trip of 1965. She is perhaps getting ready to put a medallion around the woman's neck. Fred R. Harris looks on.

757. Birch Bayh and Fred R. Harris with unidentified men. There is a sign behind them which says this is a demonstration of NTSC color televisions presented by the following North American firms: General Electric, Motorola, Philco, RCA, Sylvania, Westinghouse, and Zenith. This was taken during the South American trip of 1965.

758. LaDonna Harris with group of women and girls in Oklahoma, Chile, during the South American trip of 1965.

759. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris admire the countryside during their trip to South America in 1965. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.

760. Fred R. Harris tosses a shovel full of something during his trip to South America in 1965. There are some local residents also in the photo. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.

761. Fred R. Harris, Birch Bayh, and others watch as a woman weaves cloth during the South American trip of 1965. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.

762. Fred R. Harris and Birch Bayh observe as farmers till the soil. While one man directs team of oxen?, another man and a woman take shovels to break up large clumps of soil during the South American trip of 1965. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.

763. Birch Bayh operates a water pump while a local holds a large pitcher. Fred R. Harris looks on. This photo was taken during the South American trip of 1965. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.

764-766. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris at some type of rock structure. There is water coming out of two places. This photo was taken during the South American trip of 1965. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith. Various photos.

767. Birch Bayh and Fred R. Harris visit a school during their trip to South America in 1965.

768. Birch Bayh, LaDonna Harris and others during the South American trip of 1965.

769. Fred R. Harris with staff members Fentriss Hickman, Carl Monk, and Don Davis. August 1965.

770. Fred R. Harris with Bill Carmack. January 1965.

According to handwritten inventory, photos #771-811 are Harris staff.

771-772. Unidentified woman staff member.

773. John Henry Nelson (left) of Lawton, special assistant to Senator Fred R. Harris, confers with Sargent Shriver, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, on anti- poverty programs. The conference was in Shriver's Washington office while Nelson was at the Capitol for a series of briefings with federal officials. Nelson's principal duties involve the anti-poverty program in Oklahoma. January 1966.

774. Unidentified male staff member.

775. Unidentified group of men and women. Photo courtesy of Central State College.

776. Unidentified woman staff member.

777. Two unidentified men sitting on a desk. Photo courtesy of Del Ankers Photographers.

778. Unidentified woman staff member.

779. Unidentified group of men and women. Photo courtesy of Central State College.

780. Two unidentified men holding a paper. Photo courtesy of Del Ankers Photographers.

781. Unidentified male staff member.

782. Fred R. Harris with woman staff member. September 1967.

783-788. Fred R. Harris visiting with staff in outdoor setting. Photo courtesy of George de Vincent.

789. Two unidentified men holding a paper. Photo courtesy of Del Ankers Photographers.

790a. Unidentified male staff member.

790b. Fred R. Harris with unidentified male staff member.

791. Fred R. Harris with summer interns Randy Guffey (right) and Gary Rosenthal (left). August 1969.

792. Fred R. Harris with Senate page Ken Jackson. August 1969.

793. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with group of young people. They are perhaps summer interns or Senate pages.

794. Fred R. Harris with Betsy Clew (perhaps a Senate page or summer intern). June 1969.

795. Fred R. Harris with summer intern Linda King. September 1969.

796. Fred R. Harris with summer intern Jim Latting. September 1969.

797. Fred R. Harris with summer intern Gina Rippee. September 1966.

798. Fred R. Harris with summer intern Suzanne Tucker. September 1969.

799. Fred R. Harris with summer intern Linda King. September 1969.

800. Fred R. Harris with summer intern Brooks Harrington. September 1969.

801. Fred R. Harris with Democratic National Committee members. September 1969.

802. Fred R. Harris poses with summer interns. September 1969.

803. Fred R. Harris poses with an unidentified man in front of a map of Oklahoma. Harris looks young in this photo.

804. Fred R. Harris seated at a table with two unidentified men. Harris is writing. September 1968 or 1969.

805. Fred R. Harris with unidentified man. April 1970.

806. Fred R. Harris shakes hands with summer intern Buster Walling. September 1969.

807. Group of unidentified men. Fred R. Harris, who is barely visible, is on the telephone.

808. Fred R. Harris (in shirt sleeves) meets with group in outdoor setting. Photo courtesy of George de Vincent.

809. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris at Hubert H. Humphrey headquarters.

810-811. Fred R. Harris with unidentified couple.

812. Large group of people at a banquet. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris are at the head table. A sign says "Happy Birthday Fred on Your First Anniversary."

813. U.S. official delegates with South Koreans during inaugural festivities for South Korean president Chung Hee Park. Among those pictured from the left are: William J. Porter, Ambassador-designate to South Korea ?; unknown; George S. Newman, charge d'affaires of the U.S. embassy in Seoul ?; Hubert H. Humphrey; unknown; unknown; Strom Thurmond; and Fred R. Harris. For a good description of the South Korean trip, see back of photo #817.

814. Fred R. Harris shakes hands with a South Korean official while Hubert H. Humphrey and Strom Thurmond look on during the South Korean trip.

815. Hubert H. Humphrey, Strom Thurmond, Fred R. Harris, LaDonna Harris and others at airport during the South Korean trip.

816. Hubert H. Humphrey in an office with South Korean officials and others during the South Korean trip.

817. Hubert H. Humphrey had a private conversation with Prime Minister Sato of Japan during Korea's Inaugural Week. Shown just prior to the talk are left to right: Haruki Mori, deputy vice minister of foreign affairs for Japan; Shiroshichi Kimuri, Japan's ambassador in whose home the talks were held; Fred R. Harris and Strom Thurmond (senator from South Carolina), both official delegates to President Chung Hee Park's inaugural; Prime Minister Eisaku Sato of Japan; Vice President Humphrey; Spark M. Matsunaga (congressman from Hawaii); Charge d'Affaires George S. Newman of the U.S. Embassy in Seoul; and Ambassador-designate to Korea William J. Porter. Porter and Newman were also member of the official U.S. delegation at the inaugural.

818. Apollo 12 capsule in water after return to earth. A Navy frogman is looking in a window. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (R. G. Howard).

819. Helicopter on deck of ship. Apollo 12 recovery. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (I. H. Winford).

820. Apollo 12 capsule in the water while Navy helicopter hovers overhead. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (R. G. Howard).

821. Apollo 12 crew members in quarantine chamber on board the U.S.S. Hornet. A Navy officer is speaking into a microphone while the crew members look out the window of the chamber. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (V. S. West)

822. The crew of Apollo 12 walks on board the U.S.S. Hornet on way to the quarantine chamber. They are wearing masks. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (V. S. West).

823. Crew of Apollo 12 leave the helicopter on board the U.S.S. Hornet. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (V. S. West).

824-825. Rescue helicopter for the Apollo 12 mission. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (R. G. Howard)

826. Crew of Apollo 12 in life rafts. The space capsule is also in the photo. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (R. G. Howard).

827. Apollo 12 capsule in the water. A Navy frogman is standing on flotation device. Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy (R. G. Howard)

828. Americo Cifuentes, an intern with INAD (National Institute of Administration for Development), meets with Fred R. and LaDonna Harris at the capitol. Photo courtesy of Agency for International Development. May 1967

829a. Fred R. Harris in Mexico during an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

829b. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris meet young girls in Mexico. The Harris's were in Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

830. LaDonna Harris greets a small child in Mexico. The Harris's were in Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

831. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris meet an older man in Mexico. There is a portrait of John F. Kennedy with notation "3 Aniversario de su Muerte." This older man may be the artist who did the portrait. This photo was taken during a trip to Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

832. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris shake hands with group in Mexico. This photo was taken during a trip to Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

833. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris stand with older man, woman, and young girl in Mexico. They are holding a portrait of John F. Kennedy. This was during an Alliance for Progress visit to a project to help small Mexican farms.

834. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with group on street in Mexico. This was during an Alliance for Progress visit to a project to help small Mexican farms.

835. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris serve themselves at a buffet. There is an unidentified man also in the photo. This photo was taken in Mexico during a visit to an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

836. Fred R. Harris with group of men in Mexico. This photo was taken during a trip to Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

837. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with unidentified group in Mexico. This photo was taken during a trip to Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

838. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris sit on a stone wall in Mexico. This photo was taken during a trip to Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

839. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with group in Mexico. This photo was taken during a trip to Mexico to visit an Alliance for Progress project to help small Mexican farms.

840. LaDonna Harris makes friends with three young boys riding a donkey in the isolated village of San Felipe Teotlalcingo, Puebla. This photo was taken during a trip to visit an Alliance for Progress project helping small Mexican farms.

841. Fred R. Harris tries a cup of "pulque," the popular Mexican drink made from the maguey plant. Harris was guest of honor at a ceremony at the site of a well recently dug at San Felipe Teotlalcingo, Puebla in Mexico. An Alliance for Progress loan made it possible to drill the well. The water will irrigate approximately 40 small farm plots.

842. Manuel M. Moreno (left), president of the Permanent Committee of the Mexican Senate, greets Fred R. Harris when the latter paid a courtesy call on his Mexican colleagues in December 1966. At the right is Manuel Tello, senator from the State of Zacatecas and formerly minister of foreign relations during the Lopez Mateos administration. The group is standing before a bust of Sebastian Lerdo de Tejada, minister of foreign relations under President Benito Juarez.

843. Fred R. Harris examines water pouring from a recently drilled deep well at San Felipe Teotlalcingo, Puebla, in Mexico which was financed with an Alliance for Progress loan. Standing behind him left to right are Luis Sanchez, manager of the Bank of London and Mexico which is supervising the loan; Martin Garcia, president of a local farmers' union; and Robert N. Allen, executive assistant to the U.S. Ambassador in Mexico City and who served as Harris's interpreter.

844. Fred R. Harris reads the inscription on a plaque installed at the site of a well recently completed at San Felipe Teotlalcingo, Puebla, about 50 miles from Mexico City. Funds to drill the well were made possible by an Alliance for Progress loan. Shown in the foreground left to right are Miguel Perez Quiroz, president of the region's small farmers' union; Harris; LaDonna Harris; Pablo Saenz, an official of the Bank of London and Mexico which is supervising the loan; and Martin Garcia, a member of the Farmers Alliance; and a group of small land holders who formed an association to become eligible for the loan. Photo courtesy of Tomas Moreno Arreola.

845. Fred R. Harris listens to a description of a mural in the Mexican Senate Building showing Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, the nation's "George Washington," proclaiming independence from Spain. Speaking is Salvador Lopez Lira, private secretary to the President of the Senate. Beside him is Harry Ackerman, AID congressional liaison officer who accompanied Harris to Mexico. Photo courtesy of Tomas Moreno Arreola.

846. Tlaxcala State Governor Anselmo Cervantes Hernandez describes the wall decoration in the main salon of the Governor's Palace to Fred R. Harris and his party. Oklahoma and Tlaxcala are "sister states" in the Partners of the Alliance program. Shown left to right are LaDonna Harris; Sra. Anita C. de Cervantes; Harris; Robert N. Allen, executive assistant to the American Ambassador and who served as Harris's interpreter; and Governor Cervantes. Photo courtesy of Tomas Moreno Arreola.

847-848. Fred R. Harris chats with Dr. Alfonso Caso, director of the National Indian Institute in Mexico City. Because his wife is a descendant of Comanche parents, Harris showed a great interest in native Mexican cultures during his six-day visit. LaDonna Harris is also shown. Photo courtesy of Tomas Moreno Arreola.

849. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris in casual pose. Negative.

850. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris pose with Robert F. Kennedy and an unidentified woman. July 1965. Negative.

851. Freshmen senators occupy adjoining seats on the back row of the Senate chamber. Left to right are Fred R. Harris, Joseph D. Tydings, Robert F. Kennedy, and Walter F. Mondale. July 1965. Negative.

852. Fred R. Harris and two other men standing outside a military jet. Harris is dressed in a flight suit.

853. Two hundred forty-four feet underground, State Senator Fred R. Harris of Lawton and Tom Kiser (president of Tri-State Lead and Zinc Ore Producers Association) inspect the operation of the Wesah mine near Commerce. Harris, the Democratic candidate for the unexpired term of the late Robert S. Kerr, accepted the invitation of Kiser to visit the mine during a recent visit to Ottawa County, which was the 50th county Harris has visited in his tour of every town in each of the state's 77 counties. Negative

854. Fred R. Harris shakes hands with Golda Meir. Photo courtesy of Photo-Emka, Ltd. of Israel. Negative.

855-871. Series of color slides of Fred R. Harris's trip to Colombia. He was guided agrarian reform expert Jim Schwinden. LaDonna Harris is seen in some of the slides.

872-873. Color slides of Fred R. Harris with Lyndon B. Johnson.

874. Fred R. Harris in Indian headdress standing with two American Indians (in traditional dress) at the Indian Exposition in Anadarko in July 1965.

875-877. Americo Cifuentes, an intern with INAD (National Institute of Administration for Development), meets with Fred R. and LaDonna Harris at the capitol. Photo courtesy of Agency for International Development. May 1967.

878. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with a large group of people, including Americo Cifuentes, an intern with INAD (National Institute of Administration for Development). Photo courtesy of Agency for International Development.

879. LaDonna Harris at a Washington D.C. airport. June 1968.

880. Fred R. Harris with an unidentified man in a cattle feedlot. There are some cattle in the background.

881. A brick house with a Harris for Senate sign in the yard.

882. Fred R. Harris with two men, one of whom is Cliff Branch. They are standing in a lot with cattle. This photo was taken at a barbecue in Pawnee.

883. Fred R. Harris prepares to speak at an unidentified event. There is a poster of Lyndon B. Johnson in the background.

884. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with others at a campaign rally in 1964. The Harrises are holding plates of food.

885. Group at a 1964 campaign rally for Fred R. Harris.

886-888. Fred R. Harris with other men in a cattle lot. This was at a barbecue in Pawnee. Various photos.

889. Unidentified couple at a political rally. The woman is wearing a Harris campaign button.

890. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris at a barbecue in Pawnee. This was during the 1964 campaign.

891-907. These photos were taken during the 1964 campaign at Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Fred R. Harris appears in all.

908-920. Fred R. Harris on the campaign trail in late 1963.

921. Color photo of Fred R. Harris with Geri Copeland, vice president of Communication Workers of America local 6001, and T. O. Parsons, international representative.

922. LaDonna Harris and group of young people from Okmulgee during the 1964 campaign. Everyone is wearing campaign hats.

923. Color photo of group holding campaign signs. There is a Harris/LBJ sign and a re-elect Edmondson sign. Among those pictured are H. C. Boling, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Langston, and Berdne Tuttle. Langston was director at Lake Region, Wagoner while Tuttle was secretary for Mrs. Hudlin at Lake Region.

924. Color photo of band at Wagoner. There is a Welcome to Wagoner sign.

925. Color photo of group at Wagoner depot waiting for political rally.

926. Color photo of group of women wearing "Harris" dresses or "Harris" capes.

927. Color photo of man and two children in Wagoner. The children's parents are Dr. and Mrs. John Wright. Wright was the county chairman.

928. Color photo of back of train at Wagoner depot.

929. Color photo of two women, one of whom is Grace Hudlin, and an unidentified man. They are standing behind a sign welcoming Democrats.

930. Color photo of boat at dock. May 1964.

931. Color photo of group holding campaign signs waiting for Victory Train at Kingfisher. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Floyd Rudd. November 1964

932. Color photo of A. S. Mike Monroney speaking from back of train in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Floyd Rudd. November 1964.

933. Color photo of group of women, dressed in red and wearing hats, stand on back of train at rally in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Floyd Rudd. November 1964

934. Color photo of women holding campaign signs. They are waiting at depot in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Floyd Rudd. November 1964.

935. Fred R. Harris speaks to crowd while standing on back of train in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Also shown are Carl Albert, A. S. Mike Monroney, and LaDonna Harris. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Floyd Rudd. November 1964. Color photo.

936. Carl Albert speaks to crowd while standing on back of train in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Floyd Rudd. November 1964. Color photo.

937. Fred R. Harris speaks to crowd while standing on back of train in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Also shown are Carl Albert, A. S. Mike Monroney, and LaDonna Harris. Photo courtesy of Mrs. Floyd Rudd. November 1964. Color photo.

938. Two cars going down highway. There is information on the back of the photo about various costs per month. There is also mention of Stuart Rotating Boards.

939. Front windshield of a vehicle with a Harris for Senate sign. Back of photo notes that Mrs. Howard Fleet of Ada, Martin Stringer's mother, took this picture in England in 1964. Color photo

940. Front windshield of a vehicle with a Harris for Senate sign. There is a sign in the back which says Welcome to Poole Dorset.

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