This collection has portraits of Congressman Lyle Boren as well as pictures of his family (including his son, future Senator and University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren) and constituents. Also contained in the collection are images of World War II soldiers (including some in the South Pacific), road construction in Oklahoma, towns in Oklahoma (including Ada, Maud, and Seminole), and the Shawnee (Oklahoma) Indian Sanitorium. The collection contains mostly black-and-white prints dating from the years Boren served in the U. S. Congress (1937-1946), but there are a few color ones from the 1980s.
Examples of images in the Boren Collection are depicted below. Click on each image to view the full-sized photograph.
An item-level inventory exists for these images. For reproduction fees and guidelines, consult fee guidelines and policies governing the use of photos. This collection augments the papers in the Lyle H. Boren Collection. For more information on the archival holdings, please contact the Carl Albert Center.
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