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941. Fred R. Harris speaking at Panhandle State College.
942. Fred R. Harris chats with Harry Birdwell (Fletcher, Oklahoma), National President of the Future Farmers of America, at a breakfast he hosted honoring the six national FFA officers. Joining in the conversation are Tom Steed and Henry Bellmon.
943. Fred R. Harris speaking to a group of members of Future Farmers of America. Photo courtesy of Jerry E. Pinkerton.
944. Future Farmer of America member kissing girl. The girl is probably chapter or state sweetheart. Photo courtesy of Jerry E. Pinkerton.
945. Future Farmers of America banquet. Photo courtesy of Jerry E. Pinkerton.
946. Fred R. Harris with two Future Farmers of America member and Jim ? Photo courtesy of Jerry E. Pinkerton.
947. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris with unidentified man and Future Farmers of America members David Bane and Pat McIntyre. Photo courtesy of Jerry E. Pinkerton.
948. Fred R. Harris with an unidentified man, the Future Farmers of America sweetheart, and two Future Farmers of America members, including Pat McIntyre. Photo courtesy of Jerry E. Pinkerton.
949. Color photo of LaDonna Harris with others in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol.
950. First barge locking through in Oklahoma. W. D. Mayo Lock and Dam. October 1970.
951. Fred R. Harris speaking into microphone. There is a sign on the podium which says Skirvin Hotels. Photo courtesy of Oklahoma Rural News. February 1970.
952-959. LaDonna Harris visits the Indian school at Concho, Oklahoma. Most of the pictures have Harris with small children. There are also photos of teachers and other adults in some of the images. On the front of the photos is the notation Branch of Land Operations, BIA. Photos courtesy of SMC Cartographic Section, Concho, Oklahoma. 1966
960. Fred R. Harris with William Flanagan, executive director of Oklahoma Peanut
961-962. Color photos of LaDonna Harris and her visit to the Indian school at Concho, Oklahoma.
963-968. Color photos of LaDonna Harris and her visit to an Indian school. Unsure of location.
969-970. Color photo of Fred R. Harris with Ruth Rush, mother- in-law of Mark Johnson, Jr. 1968.
971-972. Fred R. Harris at ceremonies for the Ten Outstanding Young Men in the U.S. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 1966
973-975. Fred R. Harris with Terry Melonn and Bob Richards at the ceremonies for the Ten Outstanding Young Men in the U.S. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 1966.
976. Fred R. Harris speaking at the ceremonies for the Ten Outstanding Young Men in the U.S. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 1966.
977. LaDonna Harris and another woman being interviewed by another woman. This probably is part of the festivities in conjunction with the Ten Outstanding Young Men award. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 1966.
978-986. Various photos of Fred R. Harris and LaDonna Harris participating in festivities in conjunction with the Ten Outstanding Young Men award. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 1966.
987. Fred R. Harris receives an award from a member of the Future Farmers of America during that organization's meeting in Kansas City.
988. Fred R. Harris visits with Golda Meir. Photo courtesy of Photo-Emka, Ltd. of Israel.
989. Fred R. Harris gives speech at annual meeting of the Oklahoma Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts held in January 1966 at the Mayo Hotel in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
990-991. Color photo of Fred R. Harris standing in room perhaps in White House.
992-993. Citizens holding protest signs along railroad tracks. One of them says Lyndon Baker Jenkins. Another says "Hey Fred! 4-F or Draft Dodge." Another says "Carl--Had breakfast with Jenkins lately???"
994. Fred R. Harris and two unidentified men stand in front of a buffet table with a large sculpture. There is a sign which says "Tough Fight!! But We Won!!"
995. Oklahoma State Tech welcomes Fred R. Harris to its campus. From the left are Wayne Miller, Oliver S. Willham, Harris, and an unidentified man. There is a cake on the table.
996. Fred R. Harris stands behind cake at Oklahoma State Tech.
997. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris in offices of the Capitol Hill Beacon in May 1964.
998-1000. Street scenes in an unidentified town in the fall of 1963 during campaign. Fred R. Harris shown in them.
1001. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris during the Capital Hill visit in May 1964. The Harrises are joined by two unidentified men and an unidentified woman. All are standing outside the law offices of Mike Foster.
1002. Unidentified street scene
1003. Portrait of William M. "Bill" McCandless. Courtesy of Ramon Griffin Studio.
1004-1008. Various photos of Fred R. and LaDonna Harris at the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center. Photo courtesy of Photo-Emka, Ltd. of Israel. Note with photo says photo courtesy of Israeli embassy.
1009. Fred R. Harris tries native method of wheat threshing (tossing shovelful of wheat into air to let wind blow chaff away) in Indian village of Chacan near Cuzco, Peru. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.
1010a. Airport in El Salvador. Sign on building says "Operation Amigo Welcomes you to El Salvador Sen. Fred Harris."
1010b. Fred R. Harris is greeted by young people at airport in El Salvador. Two poses.
1011. Fred R. Harris and dignitaries at airport at El Salvador.
1012. The Fred R. Harris family arrives in El Salvador. Two poses.
1013. A native of the village of Chacan near Cuzco, Peru, shows how fabric is woven. From the left are Fred R. Harris; Peace Corps volunteer Alice Brannon of Boulder, Colorado; Peace Corps volunteer Philip Clendenen of New Carlisle, Indiana; a village Indian; and Birch Bayh. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.
1014. Peace Corps volunteer Joyce Bouvier is a community development worker in Maaziz, Morocco, where she teaches sewing, knitting, embroidery, and cooking to local women. She also works with children. Summer 1966.
1015. Birch Bayh and Fred R. Harris examine the point of an ox- drawn plow in a field near Cuzco, Peru. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.
1016. Fred R. Harris tries out a new water pump at rural community center near Cuzco, Peru. Pump was purchased by A.I.D. and well was dug and pump installed by villagers with the help if Peace Corps volunteers. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.
1017. Fred R. Harris watches as Birch Bayh tries out new water pump at rural community center near Cuzco, Peru. Photo courtesy of Earl E. Smith.
1018. Bill Carmack. February 1965.
1019-1021. Group of women, including LaDonna Harris, looking at photo exhibit in Asian location.
1022. Group of women, including LaDonna Harris, in an Asian school.
1023. Group of women, including LaDonna Harris, in an Asian location.
1025. Group of women, including LaDonna Harris, in an Asian location.
1026. Group of women, including LaDonna Harris, visit a school in an Asian location. There are several girls doing a type of sewing or needlework.
1027. When Fred R. and LaDonna Harris accompanied Hubert H. Humphrey to Korea for the inauguration of President Park Chung-hee, they had the unexpected opportunity of having lunch in Seoul with three other Oklahomans. Shown at the U.S. Eighth Army's 19th General Support Group messhall are left to right: Mrs. Harris; Spec. 4/C John W. McBride of Oklahoma City; Spec. 4/C James A. Tallman of Oklahoma City; Senator Harris; and Spec. 4/C Thomas Stringer of Claremore.
1028-1035. Central State College homecoming breakfast held in October 1964. Fred R. Harris appears in all. Color. Photos were sent to Harris by Joe D. Hunt of Edmond.
1036. Fred R. Harris with unidentified woman at the New York World's Fair in June 1964.
1037. Contact sheet of several head shots of Fred R. Harris speaking into a microphone. Probably 1975 or 1976. Presidential campaign.
1038. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris. Negative. 1975. Presidential campaign.
1039-1040. Head shot of Fred R. Harris. Probably 1975. Presidential campaign.
1041. Passport photo of Franklin Owen Greer, a campaign worker. Possibly 1975. Presidential campaign.
1042. Group of women, including LaDonna Harris and her grandmother Wakkie Tabbytite. Back of photo indicates family reunion. This was during a Presidential campaign.
1043. Fred R. Harris clasps LaDonna Harris's arm. LaDonna is leaning out a window of a recreation vehicle. Probably taken during 1975 or 1976. Presidential campaign.
1044-1045. Members of the Subcommittee on Government Research at a conference table. Featuring Joseph M. Montoya, Steven Ebbis (staff director), Fred R. Harris (chairman), and Karl Mundt (ranking minority member). This was taken during a Research and Development Seminar in 1966.
1046a-b. Unidentified man. Probably in 1975. Presidential campaign.
1047. Fred R. Harris. Probably in 1975. Presidential campaign.
1048a-k. Fred R. Harris on the campaign trail for the White House in 1971-1972. Photos are predominantly from two sources-Allen's Studio/Election Direction Associates or from George T. Kruse.
1049. Fred R. Harris at a function with others, including Lyndon B. Johnson. Oversize.
1050-1055. Presentation of Honors Causa membership in Omicron Delta Kappa Society to Fred R. Harris by Xi Omega Chapter of Oklahoma Baptist University. 1970.
1056. Wes Watkins. Negative.
1057. Group of men seated at a table with microphones at a conference in Stillwater. Among those pictured are Robert B. Kamm (next to Harris), Fred R. Harris, and Calvin Beale. Photo courtesy of Bob Cox of the OSU News Bureau. May 1968.
1058. Fred R. Harris speaking at the Kerr Memorial Tree Planting. Also shown are A. S. Mike Monroney, Carl Albert, and members of the Kerr family. The U.S. Capitol is in the background. 1965.
1059. University of Oklahoma Alumni luncheon featuring astronaut Owen K. Garriott. Among those pictured are Garriott, Page Belcher, and Fred R. Harris.
1060-1063. Contact sheets of Fred R. Harris with Hispanic or Native American young people.
1064. Fred R. Harris speaking into a microphone at the National Press Club.
1065. Hubert H. Humphrey, Fred R. Harris, and LaDonna Harris visit a Korean military facility? Some of the Korean men are dressed in martial arts attire.
1066. Fred R. Harris presides over his final session as chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Harris talks with vice chairman Geri Joseph at the Washington meeting where a successor to Harris is to be chosen. Associated Press photo. 1970.
1067. Fred R. Harris with other senators. They are standing behind a table with microphones. There is a name plate with the name "Mr. Randolph." Confirmation hearings for Eugene Foley. September 1965.
1068. Contact sheet of LaDonna Harris with unidentified men.
1069. Fred R. Harris is honored at ceremonies in the Vice President's capitol office adjoining the Senate chamber after he became the first man this session to log 100 hours of presiding over the U.S. Senate. Harris is presented a gavel by page boy Tommy Denton and is congratulated by Hubert H. Humphrey and Mike Mansfield (Senate majority leader).
1070. Head shot of Fred R. Harris
1071. Fred R. Harris.
1072. Fred R. Harris with Margaret Truman Daniel. Mrs. Daniel served as the moderator of a panel discussion, "1968: Issues and Answers," featuring prominent New York state women. This was part of the Humphrey for President campaign.
1073. Fred R. Harris with Hermione Gingold at the "Bal Du Futur," which benefitted the metropolitan area mental health chapters in Washington, D.C.
1074. Fred R. Harris speaking into several microphones at the year-end conference in December 1969. United Press International photo.
1075. Fred R. Harris seated at a table with a microphone. 1970.
1076. A series of candid shots of Fred R. Harris, some alone and others with unidentified men. Photo courtesy of Jerry Williams.
1077. Guests at a coffee honoring LaDonna Harris in 1964. From the left (standing) are unidentified man, Vivian Frank, LaDonna Harris, Sarah Shaw, Doris Remer, Mrs. Fred B. Harris, and Mrs. Bill McCandless. Seated from the left are Mrs. Stanley Anderson, Lattie Hoyle, and Lucille Hall. October 1964.
1078. Officers of the Ozarks Regional Development Association at a meeting in McAlester in April 1965. Right to left are Jay Dowling, Jeta Taylor, unidentified man from Muskogee, Fred R. Harris, Jim Hamilton, and two unidentified men from Arkansas. Photo courtesy of Jack Brown.
1079. Guthrie civic leaders visited with Fred R. Harris concerning future planning of municipal water supply on the proposed Seward and Skelton reservoirs in Logan County. Harris was briefed on the Corps of Engineers' surveys and the senior Oklahoma senator pledged his support to help Guthrie meet its future water needs. Looking over a map of the Logan County area are State Representative Donald Coffin; J. T. Gilliam, Chamber of Commerce president; City Manager Ronald Anderson; Harris; Guthrie Mayor Art Nelson; and Vice Mayor Jon Gumerson.
1080. Contact sheet of poses of Fred R. Harris seated behind a desk. There are flags on both sides. June 1967 A note said these photos were taken by a KOCO-TV photographer.
1081. Fred R. Harris and Toastmaster H. L. Gilbreth enjoy a laugh during an informal chat following the annual Frederick Chamber of Commerce banquet. January 1967.
1082. Contact sheet with various poses of a Democratic rally. Included in many of the photos are Fred R. Harris, LaDonna Harris, and Raymond D. Gary. Campaign of 1964. Photo courtesy of Dick Cobb Photography.
1083-1084. Contact sheet with several poses of Fred R. Harris at a rally/banquet during his campaign for the Senate in 1964.
1085. Contact sheet with several poses of Fred R. and Fred B. Harris on the family farm. Fred B. Harris is the father of Fred R. This was taken during the 1964 campaign.
1086. Contact sheet of a Democratic rally focusing on Fred R. Harris and his campaign for the Senate in 1964. Harris and LaDonna Harris are in several of the shots. Photo courtesy of Dick Cobb Photography.
1087. Contact sheet of the Fred R. Harris family at home. They are having dinner. This was taken during the 1964 campaign.
1088. Contact sheet of Fred R. Harris speaking to an unidentified gathering during the 1964 campaign.
1089. Contact sheet of Fred R. and LaDonna Harris at a Democratic banquet during the campaign of 1964.
1090. Contact sheet of Fred R. Harris and an unidentified group seated around a table. There is a Oklahoma Department of Highways map in the background of some of the shots. This was taken during the 1964 campaign.
1091. 1964 campaign ad.
1092-1094. Contact sheet of Fred R. and LaDonna Harris meeting with people during a campaign. Photos courtesy of Dick Lowry Photography.
1095-1097. Color contact sheet of Fred R. Harris speaking to a group at an outdoor event during a campaign. LaDonna Harris is seen in some of the shots.
1098-1102. Contact sheets of Fred R. Harris speaking to a group at events during a campaign. LaDonna Harris is seen in some of the shots as well as other family members. Photos courtesy of Dick Lowry Photography.
1103. Contact sheet of Fred R. Harris with VFW members. March 1969
1104. The Harris' and the Work family of Oklahoma City meet Hubert H. Humphrey. From the left are: Kelly Work, Humphrey, Kathleen Kennedy (of Lawton), Kathryn Harris (daughter of Fred R. Harris), LaDonna Harris, Cindy Work, and Mrs. James E. Work. The photo was taken in the Senate Reception Room by Muto. August 1966.
1105. Fred R. Harris with Gene and Betty Owens and their son, Charles, and his wife. August 1966.
1106. Fred R. Harris with OU President-designate J. Herbert Holloman. May 1967.
1107. Contact sheet of those who participated in the Oklahoma Farmers Union eastern tour. Fred R. Harris, Tom Steed, and John N. Happy Camp are in some of the shots. July 1969.
1108-1109. LaDonna Harris and unidentified Oklahoma visitors pose with Hubert H. Humphrey.
1110. A. S. Mike Monroney, Jed Johnson, Jr. and Fred R. Harris join Oklahoma visitors, Dr. Speed and Bill Bacon at the U.S. Capitol. March 1965.
1111. Richard S. Johnston (right), chief of the Crew Systems Division, explains the design and function of the Apollo suit to Hubert H. Humphrey during his tour of the space center. Wearing the space suit is Jack Mays, Crew Systems Division. Fred R. and LaDonna Harris are in the background. Photo courtesy of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Color photo. July 1965.
1112-1113. Fred R. Harris visits with Major General Harry H. Critz during Harris's visit to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in December 1964. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army - Clarence E. Williams.
1114. Fred R. Harris signs the guest book in the office of the commanding general during his visit to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in December 1964. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army - Clarence E. Williams.
1115. Fred R. Harris and Major General Harry H. Critz attend a briefing during Harris's visit to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, in December 1964. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army - Clarence E. Williams.
1116. Fred R. Harris with Edith Taylor (left) and Dolora Montgomery. The women were members of DRIVE (Democratic Republican Independent Voter Education). Repeal of 14(b) was the subject of discussion when the DRIVE women visited their legislators during a recent motorcade in Washington, D.C. Harris and the women are standing with an unfurled Oklahoma flag. Photo courtesy of Merkle Press.
1117. Fred R. Harris confers with two young national officers of the Future Farmers of America, one of whom is an Oklahoman, at a recent luncheon at the nation's capitol. The two FFA officers are Gary Swan (left) of New York and Monte Reese of Mooreland, Oklahoma, vice president for the southern region. Harris hosted the luncheon for national FFA officers and for senators and representatives who were former members of the FFA. Harris is a former Oklahoma state FFA champion. July 1967.
1118-1130. Folklife hearing at the Grand Ole Opry. Fred R. Harris is shown in most of the photos.
1131-1151. Contact sheets of campaigning. Fred R. Harris and/or LaDonna Harris are in most. The name "Ross Cummings" is written on several. #1146-1150 are in color.
1152. Fred R. Harris campaigning in California in 1968.
1153. Democratic headquarters in Antlers, Oklahoma. This photo was taken during the 1966 campaign. There are several candidates' photos in the image. Color.
1154. Contact sheet with Fred R. Harris standing in front of the U.S. Capitol. There is also some images of Harris with an unidentified man who is pointing to a chart about employment and vocational training.
1155. Contact sheet of candid shots of Fred R. Harris.
1156. Delegates at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Among those listening to the acceptance speech of Hubert H. Humphrey (not pictured) are Fred R. Harris, LaDonna Harris, Lawrence O'Brien, and Walter F. Mondale.
1157. Negative of Fred R. Harris with Lyndon B. Johnson during 1964 campaign.
1158. Negative of Lyndon B. Johnson. There is a sign to the side which says Harris Okla. Campaign of 1964.
1159. Negative of Fred R. Harris with Lyndon B. Johnson during the 1964 campaign.
1160. Negative of Fred R. Harris with an unidentified man who is wearing a lapel button with "Employee..." This was in the 1964 campaign.
1161. Negative of Barry M. Goldwater shaking hands with Bud Wilkinson during the 1964 campaign. This photo was taken in Texas. Goldwater was in Texas to make speeches and cement his hold on the Republican nomination. This is some type of wire photo.
1162. Negative of some type of trades bug. The handwritten inventory says it was from the 1964 campaign.
1163. Contact sheet with a variety of images. Among those pictured are Fred R. Harris, A. S. Mike Monroney, Jed Johnson, Jr., and Jim Rinehart. Campaign of 1964.
1164. Contact sheet of Fred R. Harris near an oil derrick. Campaign of 1964.
1165. The Victory Train stops in El Reno, Oklahoma. This image shows Fred R. Harris and Bill Kerr talking to ? Nighswander in the rear car of the train. Campaign of 1964.
1166. Contact sheet of a demonstration outside the Alcoa Building in San Francisco. In some of the images, people are holding a sign which says "Take the Rich Off Welfare." Another sign shows a large check from Mary Taxpayer to the IRS.
1167. Contact sheet with a variety of images. Fred R. Harris is shown speaking into a microphone in some. Photo courtesy of Steve Hutchens.
1168-1169. Contact sheet of Fred R. Harris speaking into a microphone. Photo courtesy of Steve Hutchens.
1170-1171. Contact sheet of Fred R. Harris speaking at the Sheraton-Carlton in Washington, D.C. Behind him is a chart which says "Who Pays Corporate Taxes."
1172-1175. Contact sheets of Fred R. Harris with Peace Corps volunteers. 1968. Oversize.
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