This collection contains black-and-white prints from James Howard Edmondson's years in the Oklahoma governor's office and in the United States Senate. Some highlights include his 1958 gubernatorial campaign; his family; President John F. Kennedy's visit to Senator Robert S. Kerr's ranch (1961); the Episcopal Day School in Okmulgee (1962); a McClain County (Oklahoma) bridge; and aerial shots of Cuban missile sites (1962). There are also books of photographs taken during construction at the Oklahoma state capitol complex and the Oklahoma State Penitentiary McCleod Honor Farm facility. An item-level inventory exists for all images. For reproduction fees and guidelines, consult fee guidelines and policies governing the use of photos.
Examples of images in the Edmondson Collection are depicted below. Click on each image to view the full-sized photograph.
These images augment the papers of the J. Howard Edmondson Collection. For more information on the archival holdings, please contact the Carl Albert Center.
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