Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series I: PhotographsRichard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series I: Photographs

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series I: Photographs

Descriptive Summary

Title: Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series I: Photographs
Creator Russell, Richard B., (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971
Dates 1840-1970
Extent 21.0 boxes (23 linear feet)
Repository Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
AbstractRichard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup E, Series I. Photographs consists of over 4,500 unique photographs illustrating the life and career of Senator Russell. Early photographs include images of family members and scenes from Russell's childhood and span his life through 1 October 1970, when he made a military inspection tour at Key West, Florida. Of particular interest are the photos documenting the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation in 1945.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, The University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia.

Processing Notes

Oversize photographs and negatives have been separated for preservation purposes.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

None.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

Before material from collections at the Richard B. Russell Library may be quoted in print, or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, in any publication, permission must be obtained from (1) the owner of the physical property, and (2) the holder of the copyright. It is the particular responsibility of the researcher to obtain both sets of permissions. Persons wishing to quote from materials in the Russell Library collection should consult the Director. Reproduction of any item must contain a complete citation to the original.


Biographical Note

Richard B. Russell Jr. served in public office for fifty years as a state legislator, governor of Georgia, and U.S. senator. Although Russell was best known for his efforts to strengthen the national defense and to oppose civil rights legislation, he favored his role as advocate for the small farmer and for soil and water conservation. Russell also worked to bring economic opportunities to Georgia. He helped to secure or maintain fifteen military installations; more than twenty-five research facilities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Russell Agricultural Research Center; and federal funding for development and construction. Russell believed that his most important legislative contribution was his authorship and secured passage of the National School Lunch Program in 1946.

Serving in the U.S. Senate from 1933 until his death in 1971, Russell was one of that body's most respected members. Secretary of State Dean Rusk called him the most powerful and influential man in Washington, D.C., for a period of about twenty years, second only to the president. Russell attained that position of power through his committee assignments—specifically a total of sixteen years as the chair of the Armed Services Committee and a career-long position on the Appropriations Committee, serving as its chair for his last two years in the Senate. In large measure he determined the agricultural and defense legislation considered by the Senate, as well as matters affecting the federal budget. During the twentieth century Russell, along with Carl Vinson in the U.S. House of Representatives, was undeniably among the nation's foremost experts on military and defense policy. An advisor to six presidents and a 1952 candidate for president, Russell ended his career as president pro tempore of the Senate, making him third in the line of presidential succession.

Richard Brevard Russell Jr. was born in Winder on November 2, 1897, to Richard B. Russell Sr., a lawyer, state legislator, businessman, and judge, and Ina Dillard Russell, a teacher. He was the fourth child, and first son, of what became a family of thirteen children. Russell was related to Marietta's Brumby family through his paternal grandmother, Rebecca Harriette Brumby, and in the 1950s his cousin, Otis A. Brumby Jr., worked for him as a Senate page.

His education began at home, where a governess taught Russell and his siblings until 1910. From 1911 to 1913 and again in 1915 he attended the Gordon Institute in Barnesville, and he graduated in 1914 from the Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School (later John McEachern High School) in Powder Springs. In 1915, he entered the University of Georgia and was active in various social groups, including the Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity, the Gridiron Club, the Jeffersonian Law Society, and the Phi Kappa Literary Society. He graduated in 1918 with a Bachelor of Laws degree.

After practicing law for more than a year, Russell was elected in 1920 to the Georgia House of Representatives, becoming at age twenty-three one of the youngest members of that body. He received appointments to various committees and, building on friendships from his school days, advanced quickly in the political arena. He was elected Speaker pro tempore by the state house in 1923 and 1925. In 1927 he was elected Speaker of the House and remained in that position until 1931.

In the state legislature Russell advocated building and improving highways, supported public education, and called for reducing the control of special-interest groups in order to develop a fiscally responsible and efficient state government. He took the same agenda to the people in April 1930, when he announced his candidacy for governor. Russell battled a field of seasoned candidates to win the gubernatorial election. His victory was attributed to a grassroots campaign and his skill in canvassing voters door-to-door across Georgia.

Becoming Georgia's youngest governor in the twentieth century, Russell took the oath of office in June 1931. During his eighteen-month tenure, his most significant achievement was a comprehensive reorganization of the state government, which was accomplished by reducing the number of agencies from 102 to 17. A highlight of this reorganization was the creation of the University System of Georgia, with the Board of Regents as the single governing body over all state colleges and universities. Russell cut state expenditures by 20 percent, balanced the budget without cutting salaries (other than his own), and honored $2.8 million in delinquent obligations.

The death of U.S. Senator William J. Harris in 1932 opened the door for Russell to enter national politics. On April 25, Governor Russell appointed John S. Cohen, publisher of the Atlanta Journal, as interim senator and announced his own candidacy for election to Harris's unexpired term, which ran until 1937. After a tough campaign, Russell was victorious against Charles Crisp, a veteran congressman. Russell's only other contested U.S. Senate election occurred in 1936, when he defeated Georgia Governor Eugene Talmadge.

Russell entered the U.S. Senate in 1933 as the youngest member and a strong supporter of U.S. presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt. Seeing the New York governor as the leader who could end the Great Depression, Russell had detoured from his own campaign to attend the Democratic National Convention and to make a seconding speech for Roosevelt's nomination. The two men had become acquainted during the 1920s, when Roosevelt often visited Warm Springs. After Roosevelt was elected president, Russell marked his first decade in the Senate by ensuring the passage of Roosevelt's New Deal programs.

Russell was awarded an unheard-of freshman spot on the important Appropriations Committee, and he became chairman of its subcommittee on agriculture, a post he retained throughout his career. Russell deeply believed in the significance of agriculture in American society. Representing a mostly rural Georgia, he focused on legislation to assist the small farmer, including the Farm Security Administration, the Farmers Home Administration, the Agricultural Adjustment Act, the Rural Electrification Act, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Resettlement Administration, commodity price supports, and soil conservation. A major participant in the Farm Bloc, he worked with a bipartisan group of senators who were committed to increasing the success rate for individual farmers.

In 1933, Russell was appointed to the Naval Affairs Committee, and he continued to serve when that committee and the Military Affairs Committee were reorganized in 1946 to form the Armed Services Committee. Russell served on the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, the Central Intelligence Agency's congressional oversight committee, and the Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, as well as on the Democratic Policy and Democratic Steering committees from their inceptions. After World War II (1941-1945), Russell's seniority and strong committee assignments, following a congressional reorganization, placed him in key power positions both legislatively and politically.

Russell began contesting civil rights legislation as early as 1935, when an anti-lynching bill was introduced in Congress. By 1938 he led the Southern Bloc in resisting such federal legislation based on the unconstitutionality of its provisions. The Southern Bloc argued that these provisions were infringements on states' rights. By continually blocking passage of a cloture rule in the Senate, Russell preserved unlimited debate as a method for halting or weakening civil rights legislation. Over the next three decades, through filibuster and Russell's command of the Senate's parliamentary rules and precedents, the Southern Bloc stymied all civil rights legislation.

By 1964, however, American society and the U.S. Senate itself had changed dramatically, and the strongest civil rights bill up to that time passed overwhelmingly. Once the Civil Rights Act of 1964 became law, Russell urged compliance and counseled against any violence or forcible resistance; he was the only opponent of the bill to do so.

Russell was a defender of white southern traditions and values. Much of his opposition to civil rights legislation stemmed from his belief that "South haters" were its primary supporters and that life and culture in the South would be forever changed. He believed in white supremacy and a separate but equal society, but he did not promote hatred or acts of violence in order to defend these beliefs. His arguments for maintaining segregation were drawn as much from constitutional beliefs in a Jeffersonian government that both emphasizes a division of federal and state powers and fosters personal and economic freedom as they were from notions of race.

Russell's stand on civil rights was costly to the nation and to Russell himself. It contributed to his defeat in a bid for the presidency, often diverted him from other legislative and appointed business, limited his ability to accept change, weakened his health, and tainted his record historically.

During World War II, Russell led a special committee of five senators around the world to visit the war theaters and to report on the status of American troops. He expanded his views on national defense during this time to include strategic international bases for ensuring security and maintaining world stability. At the same time he did not abandon his isolationism, for he was not eager to place America in the role of world policeman. Neither Russell nor his father supported United Nations membership. Russell also had little faith in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as a peacekeeping force, and he was concerned that American-supplied arms to an allied country would fall into the hands of an aggressor. After 1945 Russell agreed with very little American foreign policy. Specifically, he opposed large foreign-aid expenditures when they caused a budget deficit for defense. He believed America's best defense was a military power so strong that no other nation could challenge it successfully.

In 1951, President Harry Truman removed General Douglas MacArthur as commander in the Far East. As chair of the joint Senate committee investigating MacArthur's dismissal, Russell conducted hearings that set the model for congressional inquiry. Many national newspapers praised Russell for his skill in defusing the situation, and he gained a reputation as one of the most powerful men in the Senate.

As the United States and the Soviet Union squared off, Russell strongly supported a military buildup, for which he insisted on civilian oversight or control. As chair of the Armed Services Committee, he started its Military Preparedness Subcommittee. He was a leader in establishing the Atomic Energy Commission, in setting up an independent Central Intelligence Agency, and in placing space exploration and development in the hands of both civilians and the military.

In 1954, Russell spoke against American military support of the French in Vietnam. A stalwart nationalist, he favored military force only when America's interests were directly threatened. He reiterated this sentiment in 1967, when the Johnson administration sent cargo planes to the Congo. Russell fought against rapid deployment, believing that the United States would always find reason to intervene in other nations' conflicts once its military had the ability to engage quickly in some far-flung battle. On June 25, 1969, the Senate passed the National Commitments Resolution, which Russell, along with Senator J. W. Fulbright, was instrumental in drafting. The resolution reasserted the Senate's right to be a participant in the making of commitments by the United States.

As the Johnson administration escalated the war in Vietnam, Russell still could not see a prevailing reason for America's involvement. During the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, he had advocated military action in what he saw as a direct Communist threat to the nation. Upholding the Monroe Doctrine, in this case, was of vital interest to the nation and its hemisphere. With Vietnam, Russell, who believed deeply in the presidency, found himself supporting four administrations as America descended into the quagmire. While he advised the presidents to "go in and win—or get out," he could neither prevail with full-scale military power nor find diplomatic solutions. Once the flag was committed, however, so was Russell. Though frustrated by policy and critical of war tactics, he did all he could to support U.S. troops by assuring that they had the best equipment and supplies and by monitoring defense appropriations.

Pursued by colleagues to accept the Senate majority leadership, Russell steadfastly refused because he wanted "absolute independence of thought and action." Instead, he promoted his young protégé Lyndon Johnson, who became the majority whip and, later, the majority leader. This was the beginning of Johnson's rise to power, and he would not have succeeded so quickly without Russell's favor.

Russell's name was twice put forward for nomination as the Democratic candidate for president. Although not a formal candidate in 1948 and not in attendance at the convention, he received 263 votes from 10 southern states that were looking for an alternative to Truman and his civil rights platform. Russell refused to join the Dixiecrats, who subsequently broke away from the party to form their own slate. In 1952 he announced his candidacy and went on to win the Florida primary. His agenda included a strong statement for local and states' rights against a growing federal centralization. At the convention he received a high of 294 votes from 23 states and lost on the third ballot to Adlai Stevenson.

In 1963, President Lyndon Johnson appointed a reluctant Russell to the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, or the Warren Commission, as it came to be known. Russell rejected the single-bullet theory, as did Texas governor John Connally, who had been wounded in the attack on Kennedy. Thinking "so much possible evidence was beyond [the commission's] reach," Russell insisted that Earl Warren qualify the commission's findings to read that they found "no evidence" that Oswald "was part of any conspiracy, domestic or foreign." Compromise with Russell was the only way Warren obtained a unanimous report.

Russell devoted his life to public service. His love of the Senate and its traditions was most evident in his own example of conduct and leadership. Russell earned the respect and admiration of his most ardent opponents for his integrity, intellect, modesty, and fairness.

Although he never married, Russell dated regularly over the years. In 1938, his engagement to an attorney ended because the couple could not reconcile differences over her Catholic faith; he later wrote that the failed relationship was his one regret. Throughout his life, Russell set his course to follow the direction of Russell Sr., who told his seven sons that although not all of them could be brilliant or successful, they could all be honorable. Russell died of complications from emphysema at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C., on January 21, 1971. He lay in state at the Georgia state capitol, where President Richard Nixon visited to pay his respects.

The following year Russell's colleagues passed Senate Resolution 296 naming his old office building the Richard Brevard Russell Senate Office Building. Subsequently, a nuclear-powered submarine, a federal courthouse in Atlanta, a state highway, a dam and lake, and various structures would bear his name. Russell is buried in his family's cemetery behind the Russell home in Winder.


Scope and Content

Subgroup E, Series I. Photographs consists of over 4,500 unique photographs illustrating the life and career of Senator Russell. Early photographs include images of family members and scenes from Russell's childhood and span his life through 1 October 1970, when he made a military inspection tour at Key West, Florida. Of particular interest are the photos documenting the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation in 1945.

Contents of this collection range from political campaigns; trips made by Russell, either vacation or official; functions within the Senate, such as Senate leadership, Democratic Policy Committee meetings, or debates; and White House functions to family events, Cherry Blossom Festivals' princesses and their escorts, farms, country road intersections, and "impacted area" schools. There are a large number of images of Russell with well-known individuals, and some images have been autographed.

The photographs are arranged in chronological order.


Organization and Arrangement

The photographs are organized into three groups: general photo files, Winder photo files, and supplemental photo files. Each of these sets are generally arranged in chronological order.


Related Collections in this Repository

Richard B. Russell, Sr. Papers

Russell Family Collection

Patience Elizabeth Russell Peterson Papers

Hugh Peterson, Sr. Papers

Herman E. Talmadge Collection

Lamartine G. Hardman Collection


Related Collections in Other Repositories

John C. Stennis Papers, Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University

Lyndon B. Johnson Papers, Lyndon B. Johnson Library

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Gubernatorial Papers, Georgia Department of Archives and History

U.S. Senate. Committee on Appropriations, Center for Legislative Archives, NARA

U.S. Senate. Committee on Armed Services, Center for Legislative Archives, NARA


Access Points

African Americans--Civil rights.
Assassination--Investigation--United States.
Civil rights movements--United States.
Civil rights--Georgia.
Civil rights--United States.
Cloture.
Georgia. General Assembly. House of Representatives.
Georgia. Governor (1931-1933 : Russell)
Governmental investigations--United States.
Governors--Georgia.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--Assassination.
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968--Assassination.
Korean War, 1950-1953--United States.
Lawrence, Alexander A., 1906-
Legislative hearings--United States.
Legislators--Georgia.
Legislators--United States.
Literacy tests (Election law)--United States.
MacArthur, Douglas, 1880-1964.
Military bases--Georgia.
New Deal, 1933-1939.
Patronage, Political--United States.
Photographs.
Poll tax--United States.
Prayer in the public schools--United States.
Presidential candidates--United States.
Richard B. Russell Memorial Library.
Russell, Ina. (Ina Dillard), 1868-1953.
Russell, Richard B. (Richard Brevard), 1861-1938.
Russell, Richard B., (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971
School integration--Arkansas--Little Rock.
School integration--United States.
Tariff on jute--United States.
United States--Defenses.
United States--Foreign policy--1933-1945.
United States--Foreign policy--1945-1989.
United States--Foreign relations--1933-1945.
United States--Foreign relations--1945-1989.
United States--Race relations.
United States. Congress. Senate--Cloture.
United States. Congress. Senate.
United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee Investigating the National Defense Program.
United States. Warren Commission.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--United States.
World War, 1939-1945--United States.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Subgroup E. Related Materials

Related Materials are items that by physical form are not part of the papers in the collection, but by content are related to the intellectual content of the papers. Any additional non-textual materials originally filed with papers were removed for preservation purposes and improved access. These materials include photographs, audiovisual items, scrapbooks, vertical files, memorabilia, and books; physical form determines arrangement and storage. Related Materials include items from Washington and Winder, and inventories indicate provenance.



I. Photographs, 1840-1970

23.0 Linear feet
A collection of over 4,500 unique photographs illustrates the life and career of Senator Russell. Early photographs include images of Russell ancestors and from Russell's childhood and, then, span his life through 1 October 1970, when he made a military inspection tour at Key West, Florida.
Contents of this collection range from political campaigns; trips made by Russell, either vacation or official; functions within the Senate, such as Senate leadership, Democratic Policy Committee meetings, or debates; and White House functions to family events, Cherry Blossom Festivals' princesses and their escorts, farms, country road intersections, and "impacted area" schools. There are a large number of images of Russell with well-known individuals, and some images have been autographed.
The photographs are organized into three groups: A. RBR Photographs, B. Winder Photographs, and C. Trips. Each group is arranged in chronological order. They are accessible by name of individual, event, and subject heading.
A. RBR Photographs
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13RBR-PF-01University of Georgia Students. Athens, Augusta, Fort Valley and Rome, GA plus New York, NY, 1876-1877, 1969 April, 16 carte de visite
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1RBR-PF-02U.S. Naval Academy, MD : Robert L. Russell portrait. Richfield Springs, NY, 1883, (4x6”) albumen
RBR-PF-03Home of Minnie Tyler Russell, Justice Tyler, and Richard Russell. Athens, GA, circa 1884, (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-04Portrait of Hettie Langley and another woman, before 1885, (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-05Governess of Russell family – Tommie Drewry. Carrollton, Georgia, 1903 May 1, (8x10”) b/w; 2 (5x7”)
RBR-PF-06Teachers in “Cottage Contest.” Athens, Georgia. Seated: Lizzie Bacon (Mrs. Hunnicutt), Claude Thompson (Mrs. Frank Smith), Mollie Bernard. Back row: Ruby Thurmond (Mrs. George A. Riviere), Mamie Bacon, Ina Dillard (Mrs. Richard B. Russell, Sr.), Miss Birdie Bacon, 1889, (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-07Second Grade Meigs St. School – Teacher, Ina Dillard, and students. Athens, Georgia, 1890, (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-08Portraits of Judge Richard B. Russell, Sr., including image of Russell, Sr. at desk, before 1891, 5 (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-09Honeymoon of Richard and Ina Russell. Niagara Falls, N.Y., 1891 June 24, (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-10Infant photos of Richard B. Russell, Jr. Winder, Georgia, 1898 July 1, 5 (5x7”) b/w
RBR-PF-19Wedding and second day dresses of Ina Russell modeled by Patience. Winder, Georgia. Patience Russell Peterson and her friend, Clay Camp, modeling Ina's dresses, circa 1923, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-11Home where Richard B. Russell, Jr. was born with Russell family on steps. Winder, Georgia, 1902 June 24, 3 (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-11AEducation of the Russell children, group portrait of Russell children, Ina Dillard, and Tommie Drewry. Winder, Georgia, 1906, 7 (5x7”) b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-12Christening of Walter and twins. Winder, Georgia, 1908 July-August, (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-13Barefoot portrait of young Richard B. Russell, Jr. [see also RBRW 13], circa 1910, (5x7”) b/w
RBR-PF-14Brothers and sisters of Richard B. Russell, Jr. in yard of Niblack House. Standing Right to Left: Mary Willie, Ina Dillard, Marguerite, Harriett, Patience Elizabeth; Seated Right to Left: Richard Russell holding Alexander Brevard, Robert Lee, Walter Brown, Fielding Dillard, William John, Henry Edward in front, 1911, (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-15Print copies of pages from Gordon Institute Taps annual, page includes entry for Russell [from Marth Mullins, Gordon College librarian], 1915, 5 (8x10”) b/w
RBR-PF-16University of Georgia – Pandora portrait of Russell. Athens, Ga, 1918, 1 (8x10”) b/w; 1 (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-17Seaman apprentice Richard B. Russell, Jr., 1918 December, 5 (8x10”) b/w; 1 (4.5x10") b/w
RBR-PF-18Judge Richard Russell, Sr. and his brothers (seated: Richard, Robert, William; standing: Edward, Lewis), 1923, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-20Various portraits of Representative of the Georgia legislature, Richard B. Russell, Jr. Members of the Georgia House of Representatives posters. Atlanta, Georgia, 1921-1930, 6 (8x10") b/w, 2 (4x5") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-20Various portraits of Representative of the Georgia legislature, Richard B. Russell, Jr. Members of the Georgia House of Representatives posters. Atlanta, Georgia. [Oversize], 1921-1930, 2 (11x14") b/w, 2 (15x18") b/w
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1RBR-PF-21Reunions of the Russell family. Winder, Georgia, 1926 July-1933 June, 7 (8x10") b/w, 2 (8½x6½") b/w
RBR-PF-22Legion convention. Paris, France, 1927 September 16-24, (7x9½") b/w
RBR-PF-23Savannah portrait of Russell, and his parents and Russell alone. Savannah, Georgia. "Russell Democratic nominee U.S. Senate" and Russell with his parents during the gubernatorial campaign, 1929, 1932, (4x6") b/w; (4x8") b/w
RBR-PF-24Mississippians and Russell. Washington, D.C. Left to Right: Richard Russell, unidentified man, Pat Harrison, 2 unidentified men, William M. Colmer, 1930s, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-25Unidentified man and Russell presenting roll of paper, circa 1930s, (6x8") b/w
RBR-PF-26Russell arriving at Brunswick train station. Brunswick, Georgia, 1931 August 29, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-27Signal Corps, U.S. Army. Horse cavalry and Custis-Lee Mansion, 1930s, 3.0 (8x10")
RBR-PF-28"Negro in a Hoover cart" taken by Lee C. Bowden. Athens, Georgia, 1930s, (3½x5½") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-29Portrait of Russell by Underwood and Underwood. Washington, D.C., 1930s, (11x14") b/w proof
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1RBR-PF-30Print of Russell's platform as a candidate for governor when he was Speaker of Georgia House. Atlanta, Georgia, 1930, (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-30Print of Russell's platform as a candidate for governor when he was Speaker of Georgia House. Atlanta, Georgia, 1930, 2(11 x 14) b/w
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1RBR-PF-31Mother and Son, Ina and Richard Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1933 July 2, (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-32Opening of baseball season. Atlanta, Georgia, 1931, (8x10"), (5x7"), (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-33Inauguration of Russell. Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 June 27, 2 (8x10") b/w; (9¼x7¼") marked-up b/w; (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-34Gubernatorial parade. Atlanta, Georgia. Images of Richard Russell, Jr., Ina Dillard Russell, and Russell, Sr. at Russell, Jr.'s inauguration and at a football game, 1931 June 27, 5 (8x10"), (6x8") b/w
RBR-PF-35Georgia’s new governor and his mother. Winder, Georgia. Russell welcomed by his mother as he returns to Winder, 1931 June, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-36Camp McClellan visit by Russell and aides. Includes photo of Russell and Charles Harman Cox. Alabama, 1931 July 22-23, 3 (8x10")
RBR-PF-37Composite image of Richard Russell, James L. Key, and Governor Franklin Roosevelt, used in announcement welcoming Roosevelt to Atlanta. Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 October 3, (6x8") b/w
RBR-PF-38Richard Russell and Governor Blackwood of South Carolina. Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 October 3, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-39Richard Russell addressing the crowd at the Sesquicentennial of the battle of Yorktown. Yorktown, Virginia, 1931 October 16, (8x10") b/w proof
RBR-PF-40Governor Russell with aide, Charles Harman Cox, meeting unidentified woman, 1931-1932, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-41Governor Russell at work in his office at the state capital. Atlanta, Georgia, 1931-1932, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-42Winder portrait of Governor Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1931 June 25, 8.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-43Russell and two others at Georgia Hotel Men's Association convention. Sea Island, Georgia, 1931-1932, (5x7") b/w print proof
RBR-PF-44Governor Russell meets one year old namesake, Richard Brevard Rutledge, from Jackson, Georgia. Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 October 13, (8x10") b/w, (5x7") proof
RBR-PF-45Military staff (General William L. Grayson and Col. Frank Kempton) and Governor Russell. Savannah, Georgia [gift of Frank Kempton], 1932 January 19, 2 (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-46Banquet at Capitol City Club given by Col. De Witt King Honoring Governor Russell and his staff. Atlanta, Georgia, 1932 November 12, (11x14") sepia
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1RBR-PF-47Portrait of Russell by Jennings Studios. Atlanta, Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1932, 22 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-47Portrait of Russell by Jennings Studios. Atlanta, Georgia [includes 1936 campaign poster based on portrait] (folder 2 of 2), 1932, 1936, 19 (8x10") b/w, 1 (9x12.5") poster
RBR-PF-48President Roosevelt addresses Congress. Washington, D.C., after 1932, (8x11½") b/w
RBR-PF-49Cotton Manufacturers banquet, Richard Russell and Mrs. Cason J. Callaway. Atlanta, Georgia, 1932 May, 1 (5x7") proof
RBR-PF-50Second Annual Livestock field day. Moultrie, Georgia. Left to Right: Mr. McDowell of Swift and Co., Richard Russell, and Governor Carlton of Florida surrounding a bull, 1932 May 4, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-51Photographic print of the Covington News front page, "Russell elected U.S. senator." Covington, Georgia, 1932 September 16, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-52President Roosevelt and Russell. Warm Springs, Georgia, 1932, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-53Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity brothers, Joseph P. Adams, Albert S. Balch, Ben L. Moore, Judge Jeffers, and Richard Russell at chapter house. Seattle, Washington, 1933, 2.0 (4x6") b/w
RBR-PF-54New Senator, Richard B. Russell and John N. Garner, circa 1933, 2 (5x7") b/w [1 missing]
RBR-PF-55Youngest senator greets successor. Robert M. La Follette and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1933 January 13, (4½x8") b/w marked up print
RBR-PF-55ABaptism of Fielding, Jr. and Bill Green, Russell family group photograph. Winder, Georgia, 1933 July 2, 1 (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-56Caribbean and California trip. Motion Picture Luncheon and Reception in honor of Senate and House Naval Affairs Committees and the Flag Officers of the Fleet. Burbank, California, 1933 October 6, (14x15") b/w
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1RBR-PF-57Sea Island hunting preserve, Russell and three unidentified men holding turkeys. Sea Island, Georgia, 1933 November 20, (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-57Sea Island hunting preserve, Sea Island, Georgia. Russell and six unidentified men holding turkeys mounted on board with certificate, "Turkey Takers Club" [oversize], 1933 November 20, (12.5x14.5")
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1RBR-PF-58Office in the federal building in Atlanta. Atlanta, Georgia, 1933-1935, 4 (9½x12") sepia
RBR-PF-59Members of the U.S. Senate. 74th Congress. Washington, D.C., 1934, (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-59Members of the U.S. Senate. 74th Congress. Washington, D.C., 1934, 2(11 x 14) b/w
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1RBR-PF-60Roosevelt’s visit to Atlanta, Georgia, at Fort McPherson before parade began. President Roosevelt, Mrs. Roosevelt, Senator George, Richard Russell in an automobile, 1935, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-61Georgia State Society dance announcement portrait of Russell. Washington, D.C., 1935 January 30, (3x5") print ready
RBR-PF-62Political Series - Campaign. Georgia. [includes Dick Russell Rally, Talmadge headquarters after Russell bombardment, "4 R's Rivers, Roosevelt, Roberts, Russell," photos of supporters], 1936, 23 various size b/w
RBR-PF-63Boston, Georgia group pictures (including Doris Gainey, Carolyn Groover, Ellen Groover, Elizabeth Groover, Rebecca Lundy, and Mary Lundy) with Richard Russell in front of Bales of Cotton donated to the Russell campaign. Boston, Georgia, 1936, 5.0 (3½x6") b/w
RBR-PF-64Fitzgerald, Georgia speech by Russell. Fitzgerald, Georgia, 1936, 2 (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-65Mock graves for Eugene Talmadge. Perry, Hommerville, and Holly Springs, Georgia [includes poem about the end of Talmadge], 1936, 2 (3x5") b/w, (5x7") b/w, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-66Campaign 1936 – Eugene Talmadge speaking. LaFayette, Georgia, 1936 August 18, (3½x5") sepia
RBR-PF-67Senate campaign portraits of Richard Russell and Eugene Talmadge. Atlanta, Georgia. Mock-up of announcement of postmaster examination in Macon, Georgia, 1935, 1936 September 9, 2.0 (6½x8½") b/w
RBR-PF-68Russell giving a speech in Columbus, Georgia, 1936 September 10, (4½x2½") b/w
RBR-PF-69“My son will be a great senator” – Richard B. Russell, Sr. and Jr. Winder, Georgia, 1936 September 12, (6½x8½") sepia
RBR-PF-70Informal photo of Richard B. Russell and friends (Harry Thornton, Patricia Collins, and unidentified woman) at dinner, 1937?, (8x10") b/w, 2 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-70AFort Screven and Tybee Island, Georgia, 1937, 7 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-71Richard Russell and Walter F. George look over drawings of Square. "President Roosevelt invited to Roosevelt Square, Gainesville, Georgia." Washington, D.C., 1937 October 22, 2 (6.5 x 8.5)
RBR-PF-72Richard Russell, [?] Worthy, and Walter F. George purchase first tickets for Variety Club charity games. Washington, D.C., 1937 December 11, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-73Speaker William Bankhead presides as Seventy-Fifth Congress opens. Washington, D.C., 1937, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-74Southern Senators filibuster anti-lynch bill. Washington, D.C. Left to Right: Tom Connally, Walter F. George, Richard Russell, Claude Pepper, 1938 January 27, (7x8½") mark-up
RBR-PF-75Admission of Hugh Peterson to Supreme Court Practice. Washington, D.C., 1938 May 23, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-76Georgia delegates see Roosevelt. Washington, D.C. Left to Right: Walter George, Paul Brown, L. S. Moody, and Richard Russell, 1938 June 1, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-77Rural Electrification Administration (REA) Dedication. Barnesville, Georgia. [includes President Roosevelt, E. D. Rivers, Richard Russell, Walter George], 1938 August 18, (7x9") b/w; (7.5x10") b/w; 4 (6x8½") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-77Rural Electrification Administration (REA) Dedication. Barnesville, Georgia. [includes President Roosevelt, E. D. Rivers, Richard Russell, Walter George], 1938 August 18, (21.5x28.5") b/w
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1RBR-PF-78Cruiser Savannah in route to England as war nears, 1938 September 27, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-79Senators on tropical holiday. Miami, Flordia. Left to Right: Richard Russell, Claude Pepper, James Murray, Horace Smith, and James Huches, 1938 December 5, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-80U.S.S. Savannah christening – Russell and his niece, 1940s, (8x10") [missing]
RBR-PF-81Foreign Relations Committee, U.S. Senate. Washington, D.C., 1940s, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-82American Legion Convention – "Mountain Man Dean," Richard Russell, Eugene Talmadge, and A. W. Davis. Boston, Massuchussetts, 1940, (3x5") b/w; (8x10") sepia
RBR-PF-83Air Corps exhibit at Bolling Field. Left to right: Captain H. H. Couch, Richard Russell, and Major J. B. Jordan, 1940 January, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-84President Roosevelt addresses seventy-sixth Congress. Washington, D.C., 1940 January 1, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-85Selective Service Bill. Washington, D.C. [Richard Russell and John Overton discussing conscription bill amendment; Richard Russell and Joseph Guffey looking at Army Recruitment sign], 1940 August, (8½x6½") b/w; (7x9") b/w; (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-86Richard Russell buying a ticket from Jessie Bigley, Georgia State Society dance. Washington, D.C., 1941 January 5, (8x10") mark-up
RBR-PF-87Senate Foreign Relations Committee hears Henry Stimson testify on the Lend-Lease Bill – Senate Hearing. Washington, D.C., 1941 January 29, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-88Ft. Pulaski and national monuments including Kenesaw Mountain and Ocmulgee. Georgia, 1942, 4 (7x9") b/w; 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-89Richard Russell addressing the first annual convention. Richard Russell, Clyde Ellis, Steve Tate, and Harry Slattery, National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association (NRECA) members at the convention. St. Louis, Missouri, 1943 January 19, 3 (8x10") b/w [1 missing]
RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. Maine, Labrador, England (folder 1 of 7), 1943 July, 4 (8x10") b/w; 6 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. Italy [includes images of General Montegomery, Lt. General George Patton, General Ridgeway, Major General Geoffrey Keyes, and others] (folder 2 of 7), 1943 July, 18(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. Aboard the U.S.S. Vulcan (folder 3 of 7), 1943 August 13, 9 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. England, Algeria, Australia, New Guinea, Hawaii, Washington, D.C. (folder 4 of 7), 1943 August-October, 3 (2.5x2.5") b/w; 2 (4x5") b/w; (5x7") b/w; 1 (6x8") b/w; 2 (6.5x8.5) b/w; 3 (7x9") b/w; 7 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. (folder 5 of 7), 1943 July-October, 12 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. (folder 6 of 7), 1943 July-October, 22(8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. Richard Russell and Madame Chiang Kai-Shek in Chungking, China (folder 7 of 7), 1943 October 15, (6.5x8.5") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-90War zone trip, contingent of five senators (Richard Russell, Happy Chandler, James Meade, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Ralph Brewter) on an inspection tour of U.S. bases abroad. Flight crew Henry Tift Myers, Elmer F. Smith, T. J. Boswll, Frederick Winslow, Charles Horton, signed and inscribed (folder 7 of 7) [oversize], 1943, (12x14.5") b/w
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1RBR-PF-91 Warner Robins Air Service Command: Treasury “T” Award Program. Warner Robins, Georgia, 1943 November 11, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-92Portrait of Robert Lewis Russell, Jr., 1943-1944, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-93Mississippi Forestry Association Convention (includes Ben Stevens, Richard Russell, Walter Sillars, Fielding Wright, and Tom Bailey). Jackson, Mississippi, 1944 February 15, 3 (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-93Mississippi Forestry Association Convention group photo in front of the Mississippi House of Representatives. Jackson, Mississippi, 1944 February 15, (11x14") b/w
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1RBR-PF-93AGeorgia senator backs state forestry plans (left to right: seated, Ben Stevens, Dave Glass, Richard Russell, J. R. Clarke, Jack Tubb; standing, John Aldridge, Jim Bount, Hugh White, Tom Trim, and E. V. Lingston). Jackson, Mississippi, 1944 February 15, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-94Funeral escort of Senator Charles L. McNary (includes front: Holman, Vandenburg, Russell, McFarland, Shipman, Holmes; rear: Robertson, Hawkes, Angell, White, Costello, Murdock, and Mott). Salem, Oregon, 1944 March, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-95Visit of the wounded at Oliver General Hospital by Russell. Augusta, Georgia, 1944 November 2, 4.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-96Georgia State College for Women graduation – Ina Dillard Russell Day. Milledgeville, Georgia, 1945 September 24, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-97Democratic senators visit new president, Harry Truman. Washington, D.C., 1945, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-98European war zone trip, Members of the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation. France. (folder 1 of 6), 1945 May, 6 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-98European war zone trip, Members of the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation. France. (folder 2 of 6), 1945 May-June, 4 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-98European war zone trip, Members of the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation. Germany. [includes image of General Dwight Eisenhower] (folder 3 of 6), 1945 June, 3 (8x10") b/w; 1 (6.5x8.5") b/w
RBR-PF-98European war zone trip, Members of the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation. France. (folder 4 of 6), 1945 June, 4 (8x10") b/w; 1 (6.5x8.5") b/w
RBR-PF-98European war zone trip, Members of the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation. Italy and Scotland. (folder 5 of 6), 1945 June, 1 (8x10") b/w; 1 (7x9") b/w; 4 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-98European war zone trip, Members of the Senate Military Affairs Committee touring the European Theatre of Operation. France, Germany, Italy, and Scotland. [Duplicates of prints in folders 1-5] (folder 6 of 6), 1945 Summer, 34.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-99Gainesville, Georgia Speech (left to right: Edgar Dunlap, Richard Russell, John Wood, Frank Boykin, Robert L. Hannegan, and E. D. Rivers). Gainesville, Georgia [signed by E. D. Rivers], 1945 July 4, (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-100Nagasaki Bombing, taken at 40,000 feet showing billows of smoke. Nagasaki, Japan, 1945 August 10, (11x14") b/w
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1RBR-PF-101Pearl Harbor Investigating Committee (Owen Brewster, Bertrand Gearhart, Scott Lucas, Alben Barkley, Jere Cooper, Walter George, Homer Ferguson, J. Bayard Clark). Washington, D.C., 1945 September, 2 (8x10") b/w; (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-102Oak Ridge Atomic Energy Facility Visit (left to right: Richard Russell, General Groves, Gus Robinson, adn Col. Nicholls). Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1945 November 20, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-103Electrical Wholesalers, Inc. warehouses, interior. Atlanta, Georgia. Evidence submitted by F. H. Dendy in claim with Commerce Department, 1946 April, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-104GI Subsistence Conference, University of Georgia students (left to right: Andy Franklin, Medford Connelly, Richard Russell, and Eleanor Brooks). Winder, Georgia, 1946 April 13, (9x8") b/w
RBR-PF-105Harris and Ewing portraits of Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1946 May 2, 1951 February 23, (5x7") b/w; (8x10") b/w; 2 (9½x13½") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-106School Lunch Bill signed by Harry Truman. Left to right: Clarence Cannon, Malcolm Tarver, Richard Russell, Clinton B. Anderson, Allen J. Ellender, Clifford Hope, George Aiken, John Flannagan, Jr., Nathan Koenig, Paul Stark, N. E. Dodd, and Robert Shields) Washington, D.C., 1946 June 4, (11x14") b/w
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1RBR-PF-107Legislative Reorganization Bill signed by President Truman (left to right: Earle Michener, George S. Galloway, Everett Dirksen, A. S. Mike Monroney, Robert M. LaFollette, E. Cox, Richard Russell, Claude Pepper, Elebert Thomas, and Wallace White). Washington, D.C., 1946 August 2, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-108“Song of the South” luncheon, Capital Cith Club, Atlanta, Georgia. Left to right: Luana Patten, Joel Chandler Harris, Ruth Warrick, Richard Russell, and Bobby Driscoll, 1946 November 12, (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-109Appropriations committee. Washington, D.C., 1946, (16x20") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-109Appropriations committee. Washington, D.C., 1946, (18.5x22") b/w
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2RBR-PF-110Russell receiving the American Legion Distinguished Service Award, left to right: James Dunlap, W. E. Burdine, Richard Russell, Lyman Parsons. Gainesville, Georgia, 1947 July, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-111Farm ownership loan, ceremony at closing of first insured farm ownership loan in the U.S. Seated left to right: Mr. Wingate, Mr. Pace, and Richard Russell. Americus, Georgia, 1947, (8x10") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-112Wacona High School class with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1947 May 5, (10x22") b/w
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2RBR-PF-113“ Have some milk son” – Ina handing Richard Russell, Jr. a glass of milk. Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 April 23, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-114Public power projects: atomic energy trip. Includes images of Melvin Price, Carl Durham, Carlton Shugg, Richard Russell, John Derrey, and others. Richland, Washington and Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1947 September 15, 22, 9.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-115Children participating in the school lunch program and special school milk program in Georgia. Clarke, Paulding, DeKalb, Cherokee, Toombs, and Jackson Counties, Georgia, 1947-1955, 22 (8x10") b/w, 3 (4x5") b/w, 2 (8x10") color
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OS 1RBR-PF-115Children participating in the school lunch program and special school milk program in Georgia [oversize], 1947-1955, 2(8 x 10) b/w mounted
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2RBR-PF-116Georgia exhibition at Library of Congress, includes Prince Preston, [?] Cox, Walter George, Henderson Lanham, Richard Russell, John Wood, James Davis, and Sidney Camp. Washington, D.C., 1948 February 14, 4 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-117“Warns Democrats and Republicans on race issue” – John Stennis maiden speech regarding anti-discrimination laws. Left to right: Richard Russell, Allen Ellender, John Stennis, Bernet Maybank, and John Sparkman. Washington, D.C., 1948 March 5, (7x9") proof.
RBR-PF-118Civil rights: strategy conferences, "Southern Democrats plot strategy". Included in photos are Willis Robertson, Richard Russell, Lister Hill, Harry Byrd, Allen Ellender, William Colmer, and Olin Johnston. Washington, D.C., 1948 March, July, 4.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-119Funeral of John Holmes Overton. Left to right: Richard Russell, Carl B. Close, Senator McClellan, Senator McGrath, Edward P. McGinnis, Overton Brooks. Alexandria, Louisiana, 1948 May 17, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-120Richard Russell talks on telephone to Georgia delegates in Philadelphia, saying he would not object to being the Democratic nominee. Winder, Georgia, 1948 July 14, (8x10") b/w, (6x8") proof
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OS 1RBR-PF-120Richard Russell talks on telephone to Georgia delegates in Philadelphia, saying he would not object to being the Democratic nominee. Winder, Georgia, 1948 July 14, (7x9") b/w mounted
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2RBR-PF-121Southern senators called to special session of Congress. Left to right seated: Allen Ellender, Walter George, Richard Russell, Tom Connally, Clyde Hoey, Olin Johnston; standing: Lister Hill, John Stennis, Harry Byrd, W. Lee O'Daniel, Bernard Maybank, Willis Robertson, John Sparkman, James Eastland, John McClellan, and William Freazel. Washington, D.C., 1948 July 28, (7x9") proof
RBR-PF-122Portrait of Richard Russell, 1948 November 27, (6x8.5") b/w
RBR-PF-123Personal photos. Warm Springs Foundation Twentieth Anniversary and Dedication of Little White House, Warm Springs, Georgia, left to right: Glen Taylor, Claude Pepper, Richard Russell, Lister Hill, J. Howard McGrath, T. F. Green, Francis Myers, and James Murray. Garrison Dam, left to right: Richard Russell, Elmer Thomas, Milton Young, and Green, at Garrison Dam, North Dakota, 1947 June 25, 1948 November, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-124Times-Picayune, New Orleans news photos. Mississippi Valley Flood Control Association annual meeting. Left to right: John McClellan, Richard Russell, and George Dondero, 1948 November 22, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-125Mother of the year parade and celebration for Ina Dillard Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1950 May 11, 3 (8x10) b/w, (4x5") color
RBR-PF-126Filibuster on Rule XXII change regarding debate-limiting proposal. Photos include Richard Russell, Scott Lucas, Allen Ellender, Francis Myers, Kenneth Wherry, Kenneth McKellar, Walter George, Carl Hayden, Harry Byrd, Leverett Saltonstall, William Knowland, Tom Connally, 1949 February 26-March 13, 11.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-127Cherry Blossom Festival. Georgia State Society Princess being crowned Queen of the ball by Richard Russell. Portrait of Lillian Coogle with Cherry Blossoms. Washington, D.C., 1948 April 2, 1949 April 2, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-128Private showing of The Stratton Story. Happy Chandler and "Cracker" Barron. Washington, D.C., 1949 April 27, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-129President Truman presents 2nd oak leaf cluster to Lucius D. Clay in the White House Rose Garden. Washington, D.C., 1949 May 17, 3.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-131Portrait of Don Wheeler, autographed and inscribed, 1949 October 11, (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-132Corpus Christi, Texas – Johnson and Russell. Corpus Christi, Texas, 1949 November, (8x10") b/w
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2RBR-PF-133U.S. Forestry Service, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Booker. Picknicking at the Cooper Creek Scenic Area in the Chattahoochee National Forest. Valley in the George Blue Ridge. Black Mountain Tower near Woody Gap and Suche's. State tree nursery, Albany, Georgia. Scenic view from State Highway 60 near Woody Gap. Camping at Lake Sinclair, Oconee National Forest. James Wooten, Regional Pest Control Branch, collecting specimens, Chattahoochee National Forest. Annie Ruby Falls on Smith Creek, 1949-1966, 9.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-135Military ports of embarkation. Japan, Seattle, New Orleans, Germany (folder 1 of 2), 1949-1950, (5x7") b/w, 2 (7x7") b/w, 23 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-135Military ports of embarkation. Japan, Seattle, New Orleans, Germany (folder 2 of 2), 1949-1950, 3 (7x7") b/w, 40 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-136Democratic leadership meeting including Lyndon B. Johnson, William Syminton, Felton Johnson, Richard Russell, George Smathers, Washington, D.C., circa 1953, 2 (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-136Democratic leadership meeting including Lyndon B. Johnson, William Syminton, Felton Johnson, Richard Russell, George Smathers, Washington, D.C. [oversize], circa 1953, (11x14") b/w
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2RBR-PF-137Informal photo of Russell. Russell with Phillips Moony [?], Bud Holman, and unidentified man. Russell with another man [possibly Wilton E. Hall] looking at a diorama, 1950s, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-139Forest fire prevention week. Richard Russell and others with a Smokey the Bear doll, circa 1953, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-141Reni Photos portrait of Russell. Washington, D.C. [?], 1950s, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-142Portrait of Glen Taylor signed and enscribed. Los Angeles, California, 1950, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-143Homecoming of American Legion Commander, Earl Cocke. Dawson, Georgia, 1950, (5x7") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-144Democratic Policy Committee meeting to discuss oleomargarine tax and basing point legislation, Senate. Seated: Scott Lucas; others left to right: William Fullbright, Lister Hill, Theo. Green, Millard Tydings, Richard Russell, Leslie Biffle, and Fleton Johnston. Washington D.C., 1950 January 2, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-145Southern huddle. Richard Russell meeting with John Stennis and Lister Hill in an off-the-floor huddle on the civil rights marathon session now in its fourth day. Washington, D.C., 1950 March 3, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-146American Forum appearance by Russell. Left to right: Warren Magnuson, Granik, Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1950 April 27, (6½x8½") b/w
RBR-PF-147Georgia congressional delegation luncheon in the House Restaurant. Left to right: Stephen Pace, James Davis, John Wood, Eugene Cox, Richard Russell, Prince Preston, Henderson Lanham, Paul Brown, Sidney Camp, and Carl Vinson. Washington, D.C., 1950 April 29, (7x9") proof
RBR-PF-148Southern filibuster of the Fair Employment Practices Commission Bill, included are Russell Long, Richard Russell, Burnet Maybank, and John Stennis. Washington, D.C., 1950 May 8, 2.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-150Luncheon at the Senate. Left to right: Tom Connally, Marjorie Darby, and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1950 July 21, (7x9") proof
RBR-PF-151Guardian magazine portrait of Carl Vinson and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1950 December, 3 (8x10") b/w, (7x9") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-151Guardian magazine portrait of Carl Vinson and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1950 December, (16x20") b/w
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2RBR-PF-152The problem of states regarding the statehood bills for Alaska and Hawaii. Left to right: John Stennis, Allen Ellender, Richard Russell, Harry Byrd, Clyde Hoey, and Willis Robertson Washington, D.C., 1950 January 29, 2.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-153Portrait of Richard Russell Chairman of the Armed Services Committee at the hearing regarding Anna Rosenburg. Washington, D.C., 1950 December 7, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-154Portrait of Jack Flynt, signed and enscribed. Griffin, Georgia, circa 1950-1954, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-155Meet the Press – Richard Russell appearance. Washington, D.C., 1950 February 18, (6½x8½") b/w
RBR-PF-156MacArthur hearings. Washington, D.C. (folder 1 of 2), 1951, 2 (6x8.5") b/w, 7 (7x9") b/w, (7.5x9") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w, 2 (7x8") b/w, (6½ x 9½), (8 x 10 framed), 2 (6½ x 8½ framed) [framed copies missing]
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OS 1RBR-PF-156MacArthur hearings. Washington, D.C. (folder 1 of 2), 1951, 5 (11x14") b/w
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2RBR-PF-156MacArthur hearings. Washington, D.C. (folder 2 of 2), 1951, 7 (7x9") b/w, 4 (8x10") b/w
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SR OSRBR-PF-158Portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson by Gillings, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C., 1951 January, (10x14") color
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2RBR-PF-159New Senate majority leader, Ernest McFarland, meets with committee chairmen Richard Russell and James Murray. Washington, D.C., 1951 January 10, (7x9") proof
RBR-PF-160Chamber of commerce meetings with Russell. Georgia. Winder Chamber of Commerce dinner. Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet, Officers Club, Atlanta Army Depot (Richard Russell and Roland Downing). Richard Russell, Jack Flynt, and two others at Thomaston and Upson County Chamber of Commerce, 1951-1957, 2 (8x10") b/w, (6x7½") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-161President Truman signing the Civil Defense Bill. Left to right: Richard Russell, Styles Bridges, Millard Calowell, Carl Durham, Stuart Symington, Brian McMahon, James Wadsworth, and Linton Collins. Washington, D.C., 1951 January 12, (7x9") proof
RBR-PF-162Civil defense administrator nominee Millard F. Caldwell and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1951 January 15, 2 (7x9") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-163Governor Herman Talmadge honors Richard Russell at a dinner at the Shoreham Hotel. Washington, D.C. (folder 1 of 4), 1951 February 11, 5 (8x10") b/w, 2 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-163Governor Herman Talmadge honors Richard Russell at a dinner at the Shoreham Hotel. Washington, D.C. (folder 2 of 4), 1951 February 11, 8.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-163Governor Herman Talmadge honors Richard Russell at a dinner at the Shoreham Hotel. Washington, D.C. (folder 3 of 4), 1951 February 11, 8 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-163Governor Herman Talmadge honors Richard Russell at a dinner at the Shoreham Hotel. Washington, D.C. (folder 4 of 4), 1951 February 11, 8.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-164Mother Russell’s birthday – Richard Russell and family. Ina Dillard Russell celebrates her 83rd birthday, includes portrait with Ina and Beth Russell Vandiver. Winder, Georgia, 1951 February 18, (7½x9½") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-165Eighteen year-old draft bill (manpower draft) discussed by Wayne Morse, Richard Russell, Lyndon Johnson. Washington, D.C., 1951 February-March, 4 (7x9") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-166Appearance of Spessard L. Holland and Richard Russell, signed and enscribed by Holland. Arlington, Virginia, 1951 March 8, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-167Anderson Independent, read by Richard Russell and unidentified man, 1951 May 22, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-167AErnest Vandiver and family, 1951 September 1, (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-168Germany trip. Germany and France. Richard Russell, Chairman of the Armed Services Committee, inspection of military installations, 1951 November-December, (7½x9½") b/w, 24 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-169Democratic Policy Committee meet before session to discuss statehood bills for Alaska and Hawaii. Left to right: Joseph O'Mahoney, Lister Hill, Ernest McFarland, Alben Barkley, Lyndon Johnson, Earle Clements, and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952 January 9, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-170Campaign publicity. Georgia. Russell family reunion (1928), Richard Russell as Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives (1928), Russell and his brothers (1948), Vandivers (1951), Richard Russell taking the oath of Governor (1931), Mr. and Mrs. Russell when Richard became senator (1933), and Richard Russell as a young boy (1910), Richard Russell with three of his neices and nephews (1930s), 1910-1951, 4 (4x5") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-171Trip to Texas airbase, includes Richard Russell, Stuart Symington, Lyndon Johnson, and Sam Rayburn. Texas, 1951, 10.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-171AIn a Great Tradition Achievement Award. Ten members received awards of honor for outstanding honesty, independence, and leadership. Left to right: Wright Patman, Herbert Lehman, Margaret Chase Smith, Richard Russell, Lawrence Holmes, James Duff, Wayne Morse, Jacob Javits, Henry Jackson, Clifford Case, and Hugh Mitchell, 1951 April 27, (7x9") proof
RBR-PF-172Personal photographs. Georgia, New York, Washington, D.C. Includes: Armed Services Appropriations Subcommittee Hearings; Group photo of Col. Atkinson, Gen. Harold Maddox, Mrs. Atkinson, Richard Russell, Captain Ed Lanigan, Col. Ensign [?], and Col. Phillip Moore; Richard Russell at Winder Chamber of Commerce Dinner; Richard Russell interviewed on WSB-TV; and Lake near Norfolk, Virginia, left to right: Fred Kissinger, Richard Russell, [?], and Willis Robertson (folder 1 of 3), 1951-1953, 4 (8x10") b/w; (6.5x8.5") b/w; (3.5x5.25") b/w
RBR-PF-172Personal photographs. Georgia, New York, Washington, D.C. Includes: group photo of Richard Russell, A Sidney Camp, Phillip Moore, and unidentified man; Cunard White Star Liner Queen Elizabeth arriving in New York Harbor; portrait of Freddy Holmes; Richard Russell and George Smathers with two SAE brothers; sign, "Welcome Gordon Alumni, Dixie Paper Shell Pecan Exchange Inc., Kudzu Farms;" Richard Russell and unidentified man at Ocean Forest Hotel, Myrtle Beach; Richard Russell at unidentified event in Denver (folder 2 of 3), 1951-1953, 4 (8x10") b/w; 2 (5x7") b/w; (5x5") b/w; 4 (3.5x3.5") b/w
RBR-PF-172Personal photographs. Georgia, New York, Washington, D.C. Includes: portrait of Hugh Butler; group photo of Tic Forrster, Richard Russell, Erle Cocke, and Prince Preston; group photo B.P.O. Elks second congressional night; Richard Russell, Carl Vinson and others at the 1952 Democratic Convention; Lyndon Johnson and Richard Russell at the Democratic Caucus; group photo of Symington, Richard Russell, Lyndon Johnson and others; Richard Russell, James Eastland, and Olin Johnston; Richard Russell speaking in Lake City, Florida (folder 3 of 3), 1951-1953, (5x7") b/w; 7 (8x10") b/w; 2 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-172ATimes-Picayunne news photos. Chicago, New Orleans, Washington, D.C. Richard Russell leaving for and attending the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, 1952 February-September, (3x5½") b/w, (5x7") b/w, (4x10") b/w, (6.5x8.5") b/w; 2 (7x9") b/w, (7x10") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-173Campaign speech by Russell, 1952, (3x4") b/w Polaroid
RBR-PF-174Appearance on American Forum of the Air discussing if American foreign policy has worked. Left to right: Robert Taft, Mr. Granik, and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952 May 18, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-175Future Farmers with campaign buttons greeted by Richard Russell, Washington, D.C., 1952, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-176Family and friends, including Prince Preston, Henderson Lanham, Paul Brown, and Harry Byrd, pose with candidate Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952, 5 (7x9") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-177Group scene during campaign in New Mexico. Raton, New Mexico, 1952, (8x10") b/w matted
RBR-PF-179Headquarters of Russell Campaign, Chicago. Chicago, Illinois, 1952, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-180Life magazine viewed by William Knowland and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-181Meeting of Lyndon Johnson, Stuart Symington, and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-182Luncheon with Senator Theodore Green, 1952, 8 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-183Nebraska campaign, Erle Cocke and Richard Russell with two unidentified men, 1952, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-184Political series - 1952 campaign miscellaneous. Includes images of Russell supporters, statue of freedom at the Georgia State Capitol, portraits of Miss Blossom Craft. Georgia, Florida, Nevada, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Michigan, Washington, 1952, (2x2") b/w, (2x2½") b/w, (3x4") b/w, (3x4½") b/w, 9 (3½x5") b/w, (3½x6") b/w, (4x4") b/w, 2 (6½x8) b/w, (8x10") b/w, (2x3") color
RBR-PF-185Portrait for campaign posters. Washington, D.C., 1952, 10 (8x10") b/w satin, 2 (8x10") b/w glossy, printing plate
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3RBR-PF-185Portrait for campaign posters. Washington, D.C., 1952, 61.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-186Publicity photos Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952, 6 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-187North Carolina speech and Potato Festival Queen. Raleigh, Elizabeth City, North Carolina, 1952 May 13, 12.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-188Radio interview, 1952, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-189Thomy portrait of Richard B. Russell, Jr. Lake City, South Carolina, 1952, 9.0 (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-189Thomy portrait of Richard B. Russell, Jr. Lake City, South Carolina [oversize], 1952, 4(11 x 14) b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-189Thomy portrait of Richard B. Russell, Jr. Lake City, South Carolina [oversize], 1952, (20x24") b/w
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3RBR-PF-190Unidentified men with Richard Russell, 1952, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-191Earl Cocke, Jr. and veteran commanders. Philippines, 1952, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-192Vice President Alben Barkley and Richard Russell, 1952, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-193Winder “Russell for President” club rally. Winder, Georgia, 1952 March, 29.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-194Democratic National Chairman Frank McKinney’s reception. Washington, D.C., 1952 March, (7x9") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-195Friendly adversaries: Estes Kefauver and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952 February 28, 3 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-196Governor and Mrs. James F. Byrnes being greeted by Herman Talmadge arrive in Atlanta to address a joint session of the Georgia General Assembly. Atlanta, Georgia, 1952 February, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-197Miscellaneous news photos. Richard Russell at the Democratic National Convention; Russell dining with Jack Arvey; Russell discussing the Civil Rights Bill; Russell with Iris Blitch, Benton Odum, Mrs. Julius Talmadge, and Charles Bloch; and Russell with Arleigh Burke and Randolph McC. Pate to discuss the guided missile program. Chicago, Illinois and Washington, D.C., 1952 February-July, 2 (5x7") b/w, 4 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-198Winder, Georgia – Richard Russell campaign headquarters. Includes: George Gallup, Harry O. Smith, John W. Robinson, W. Claire Harris, B. C. Hill, J. C. Pratt, and Harry Peskin. Winder, Georgia, 1952 March 10, 7 (8x10"), (7.5x9.5") b/w
RBR-PF-199Meet the Press with Senator Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952 March 16, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-200Youth Wants to Know interview of Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952 March 22, 3.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-201At home in the kitchen, Russell's apartment in the Mayflower Hotel. Washington, D.C., 1952 March 29, 2 (7x9") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-202Meeting of Henry Cabot Lodge and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1952 March 30, (7x8.5") b/w
RBR-PF-203Portrait of Russell. Washington, D.C. or New York, 1952 March 31, (4x5") b/w, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-204Russell in the running. Richard Russell holding up the Times Herald with the headline "I Won't Run - Truman." Washington, D.C., 1952 March 31, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-205Women’s press corp reception. Clockwise from bottom left: Hazel Markel, Josephine Ripley, Vera Clay, Ruth Gmeiner [?], Rose McKee, Ruth Montegomery, Ruth Conan [?], Doris Flepson, Gladys Montegomery, May Craig, and Ida Jean Kain. Washington, D.C., 1952 April 11, 1952, (7x9") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-205Women’s press corp reception. Clockwise from bottom left: Hazel Markel, Josephine Ripley, Vera Clay, Ruth Gmeiner [?], Rose McKee, Ruth Montegomery, Ruth Conan [?], Doris Flepson, Gladys Montegomery, May Craig, and Ida Jean Kain. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1952 April 11, 1952, (11x14") b/w
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3RBR-PF-205AWalter Cronkite interview of Richard Russell and Henry Cabot Lodge. CBS-TV studio the day after Harry Truman announced that he would not run for president. Washington, D.C., 1952 April 1, (9½x13") b/w
RBR-PF-206Pennsylvania campaign trip by Russell. A. Harvey Neidorf and Richard Russell, in the background Ken Turner and Robert Russell. Altoona, Pennsylvania., 1952 April 23, (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-207Eniwetok Atoll bomb blast. Eniwetok Atoll, Central Pacific Ocean [oversize], 1952 April 15, 3 (10x20") b/w
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3RBR-PF-208Russell's Atlanta parade through Five Points. Atlanta, Georgia, 1952 April 25-26, 12 (3½x5") b/w albums, (7½ x 9½ framed) [framed missing]
RBR-PF-209Atlanta dinner for Russell where he made his first campaign speech, over 3,000 people attended. Atlanta, Georgia, 1952 April 25-26, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-210Florida Campaign. Miami, Jacksonville, Sanford, Lakeland, St. Petersburg, and Daytona Beach, Florida. Includes images of the crowds, Estes Kefauver, Jack Kavanaugh, Virginia Wade Bartlow, Dr. Conger, and a donkey in front of a Russell for President sign, 1952 April-May, 6 (3½x3½") b/w, 9 (3x4½") b/w, (5x7") b/w, 2 (7x9" b/w), (7½x9½") b/w, 6 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-211Life magazine photo – Atlanta and Florida. Atlanta, Georgia and Deerfield Beach, Lake Worth and other Florida cities. Includes: James Byrnes; Herman Talmadge, William Hartsfield, and Richard Russell in a Russell parade (folder 1 of 3), 1952 April 26-May 3, 4 (7.5x9") b/w, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-211Life magazine photo – Atlanta and Florida. Atlanta, Georgia and Deerfield Beach, Lake Worth and other Florida cities. Including: Richard Russell speaking at Cracker Day in Deerfield Beach; Russell speaking at other events; George Smathers speaking; images of the crowds to hear Russell speak (folder 2 of 3), 1952 April 26-May 3, 15 (7.5x9") b/w, (8x9.5") b/w
RBR-PF-211Life magazine photo – Atlanta and Florida. Atlanta, Georgia and Deerfield Beach, Lake Worth and other Florida cities. Including: Russell campaigning; images of crowds; George Smathers and Spessard Holland (folder 3 of 3), 1952 April 26-May 3, 10.0 (7.5x9") b/w
RBR-PF-211ALife magazine photo – North Carolina, Flordia, and Chicago, III. Including: Russell campaigning; Russell press conferneces; Spessard Holland; Russell headquarters with Miss Terry Mason, 1952 April 26-May 3, 13 (9x13.5") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-211ALife magazine photos. North Carolina, Flordia, and Chicago, III. [oversize], 1952 February-July, 26 (11x14") b/w
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3RBR-PF-212Los Angeles visit of U.S. Senator Richard B. Russell. Los Angeles, California, 1952 May, 15 (8x10") b/w bound, 10 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-213Luncheons in Leslie L. Biffle’s office. Includes: Johnson, Richard Russell, O'Mahoney, Barkley, George, Biffle, O'Connor, Eastland, McKeller. Washington, D.C., 1952 May 29, undated, (8x10") b/w, (6x10") b/w
RBR-PF-214Russell and his campaign manager, Edwin Johnson. Washington, D.C., 1952 May 29, 6 (8x10") b/w, (7.5x8.5) b/w, 2 (7x8") proofs
RBR-PF-215B. Arnold with Russell. West Palm Beach, Florida, 1952 May, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-216Russell for president headquarters. Included: L. D. Underwood, Miss Vanda Grinka, Brevard Williams, Mrs. Fred Turner, E. G. Peek. Ocala, Florida, 1952 May 28, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-217Montgomery, Alabama gathering of Lister Hill, Henry Edward Russell, Jr. and Richard B. Russell. Montgomery, Alabama, 1952 June, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-218Press conference by Russell who accuses Gael Sullivan, Kefauver's campaign manager, of Gutter Politics. Washington, D.C., 1952 June 30, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-219Chicago Democratic National Convention hall scenes photographed for Life magazine. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 2(9 x 13") b/w
RBR-PF-220.1Chicago Democratic National Convention hall. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-220.2Chicago Democratic National Convention hall. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, (9½x13") b/w
RBR-PF-221CBS interview Richard Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 6(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-222Chicago Democratic National Convention luncheon with people where Russell buttons. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 1 of 11), 1952 July, 5(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 2 of 11), 1952 July, 3(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 3 of 11), 1952 July, 3(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 4 of 11), 1952 July, 5(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 5 of 11), 1952 July, 3(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 6 of 11), 1952 July, 3(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates (James Bynes, Harry Byrd, Hugh White, Johnson) with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 7 of 11), 1952 July, 28(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 8 of 11), 1952 July, 6(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 9 of 11), 1952 July, 16 (8x10) b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates (James Farley) with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 10 of 11), 1952 July, 33(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-223Chicago Democratic National Convention - delegates (James Farley) with Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 11 of 11), 1952 July, 18(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-224Chicago convention – Democratic convention address by Russell Long wearing Russell for president button. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-225Chicago convention – family of Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 26 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-226Chicago convention – Georgia delegation and Russell supporters including Herman Talmadge and Ina Dillard Russell. Chicago, Illinois (folder 1 of 4), 1952 July, 34 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-226Chicago convention – Georgia delegation and Russell supporters including Herman Talmadge and Tic Forrester. Chicago, Illinois (folder 2 of 4), 1952 July, 9 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-226Chicago convention – Georgia delegation and Russell supporters. Chicago, Illinois (folder 3 of 4), 1952 July, 12 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-226Chicago convention – Georgia delegation and Russell supporters including Herman Talmadge. Chicago, Illinois (folder 4 of 4), 1952 July, 23 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-227Chicago convention – Harriman supporter. Lister Hill with unidentifed man. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 5(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-229Chicago convention – Ice sculpture and other table ornaments. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 2(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-230Chicago convention – Dixie colleagues (McClellan, Johnson, Lister Hill, Richard Russell). Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 11(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-231Chicago convention – Massachusetts delegates. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 5(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-232Chicago convention – NBC TV show featuring Richard Russell, Estes Kefauver, Alben Barkley, Robert Kerr, [?] Harriman. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 20, 29(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-233Chicago convention – Platform or rules for debates given by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 10(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-234Chicago convention – Portrait of Russell at desk. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 2(8 x 10") b/w
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4RBR-PF-235Chicago convention – Press conference by Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 21(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-236Chicago convention – Press interview on NBC-TV. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 10(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-237Chicago convention – Richard Russell and Sam Rayburn on the podium. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-238Chicago convention – Richard Russell and actress Jane Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 8 (8x10") b/w, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-239Chicago convention – Russellette greets delegate. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 5(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-240Chicago convention – Senator and Mrs. Robert Kerr with Richard Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 14.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-242Chicago convention – speech by Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 8.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-243Chicago convention – Herman Talmadge and unidentified man. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-244Chicago convention – Two unidentified women, one wearing a Kerr ribbon and one wearing a Russell button. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-245Chicago convention – Tea attended by Richard Russell and Mattie Talmadge. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-246Chicago convention – various images of Richard Russell used in “The Man…His Record” campaign poster. Washington, D.C., Florida, Georgia, and Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 8 various size marked-up images
RBR-PF-247Chicago convention – “City Desk” TV interview. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 19, 14.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-248Chicago convention – Photographer and Richard Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 10.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-249Chicago convention – "Waycross Journal" shows support for Russell. John McClellan, [?] Johnson, Richard Russell and others looking at headlines. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 14.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-250Advising the candidate. Erle Cocke, Jr. and Richard Russell in front of a sign "Dick Russell for President", 1952, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-251Taft-Hartley campaign stand – first and second wire. Wire "Eastern Labor Press charged Richard Russell with attempting to perpetrate a hoax on labor" and telegram to Russell from the Eastern Labor Press declaring the first wire to be unauthorized and stating their support for Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 17, 46.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-252American Forum of the Air. Left to right: Robert Kerr, Richard Russell, Mr. Granik, Vice President Barkley, Averill Harriman, Estes Kefauver. Washington, D.C., 1952 July 20, (3x4½") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-253Democratic victory hat presented by members of the Texas delegation modeled by Russell. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 20, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-254Donkey named “Estes" and wearing Kefauver button outside convention. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 22, (9x13") b/w
RBR-PF-255“Thumbs up for Russell.” Russell's response to Adlai Stevenson who gave Russell the thumbs down. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 22, (7½x9") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-256“Two or three days more” statement by Richard Russell regarding balloting in the Democratic Convention. Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 25, (6½x7") b/w
RBR-PF-257Chicago convention - “Russell throws his votes to Stevenson.” Richard Russell waves from rostrum. Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July 25, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-258Florida fishing trip. Russell catching a barracuda. Near Miami, Florida, 1952 September, 2 (8x10") sepia
RBR-PF-259Attorney’s General Association Convention. Russell speaking and Russell with others at the airport. Sea Island, Georgia, 1952 December, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-260Southern caucus. Left to right: Kenneth McKellar, John Sparkman, Olin Johnston, Lister Hill, John Stennis, Allen Ellender, A. Willis Robertson, Harry Byrd, Burnett Maybank [?], John McClellan, Spessard Holland, Russell Long, Clyde Hoey, [?], Walter George; Richard Russell in the center.Washington, D.C., 1952-1953, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-261Senate minority leadership vote – Lyndon Johnson and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1953 January 2, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-262Richard Russell, Tom Webb, and others at Touchdown Club banquet. Washington, D.C., 1953 January 10, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-263President Eisenhower has White House luncheon for Democratic Senators. Washington, D.C., 1953 February 19, 2 (7x9") b/w, 4 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-264Jefferson-Jackson dinner. Raleigh, North Carolina, 1953 February 28, 2 (4x5") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-265Portrait of President Eisenhower. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1953 March 25, (11x14")
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4RBR-PF-266Richard Russell on Meet the Press. Washington, D.C., 1953 September 27, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-267Smokey the Bear receiving mail. Washington, D.C., 1954, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-268President of Turkey Mahmut Celal Bayar and Richard Russell, 1954 January 28, (4x5") color matted
RBR-PF-269Reception for Jacob Altmaier (German legislator). Jacob Altmaier, Richard Russell, and Herbert Lehman, 1954 January, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-270Lucy Clair Harris - party. Winder, Georgia, 1954 January, 2.0 (3x4") b/w
RBR-PF-271Bi-Partisan Legislative Meeting and Luncheon with Eisenhower. Washington. D.C., 1954 January 5, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-272Life magazine portraits of Russell. Washington, D.C., 1954 February 26, 6 (8x10") contact sheets, (11 x 14 framed) [framed missing]
RBR-PF-273Georgia congressional delegation at Walter George’s award ceremonies for Distinguished Service to Vocational Education by the American Vocational Association. First row left to right: John Pilcher, James Davis, Albert Sidney Camp, Walter George, Paul Brown, Carl Vinson, Henderson Lanham. Second row: Tic Forrester, Phil Landrum, William Wheeler, Prince Preston. Washington, D.C., 1953 March 17, (8x10") [missing]
RBR-PF-274Distinguished service citation from the Reserve Officers Association (ROA) presented to Senator Hayden. Left to right: Strom Thurmond, Hayden, Lyndon Johnson, [?], Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1954 July, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-275Informal photos of Russell. Also included: Hugh Alexander, Ted Furr, Alton Lennon, Thurmond Chatham, Woodrow Jones, C. B. Dean, John Larkin, Zack Roberts, Mary Richardson, John Slear, Judge Sidberry. North Carolina, 1954 September 25, 1957, (8x10") b/w, 6 (3x4") b/w
RBR-PF-276Reunion of Russell family. Winder, Georgia, 1954 October 18, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-277American Legion commander posed with Russell and Leverett Saltonstall over Senate Bill 2. Washington, D.C., circa 1955, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-278Pentagon conference with Charles Wilson, Leverett Saltsonstall, Fred Seaton, Richard Russell, W. J. McNeil, Carter Burgess. Washington, D.C., 1955 January 5, 3 (8x10") b/w [1 missing]
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OS 1RBR-PF-279U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee members. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1955, (11x13") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-279U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee members. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1962, (20x24") color
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4RBR-PF-280White House Bi-Partisan Legislative Meeting and Luncheon. Includes: President Eisenhower, Richard Russell, Tom Hennings, Lyndon Johnson, and others. Washington, D.C., 1955 March 31, 4 (8x10") b/w, (7½x9½") b/w
RBR-PF-281Air Force B-52 Stratofortress scale model inspection. Left to right: Allen Frear, Jack Young, and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1955 June, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-282West Point Military Academy: Outstanding graduate Lee D. Olvey visit with Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1955 June 9, 4 (7½x9½") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-283European trip, England and Paris, France (folder 1 of 3), 1955 August-October, 11 (8x10") b/w, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-283European trip, USAREUR [U.S. Army Europe] Communications Zone, France (folder 2 of 3), 1955 September, photo album
RBR-PF-283European trip, Heidelburg, Germany and Keiv, Russia (folder 3 of 3), 1955 September, 12 (8x10") b/w, 4 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-284U.S.S. Forrestal, 1962 November 22, (8x10"), (7½x9") bound
RBR-PF-285NATO trip - SHAPE [Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe] headquarters. Near Paris, France, 1956 November 22, 4 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-285ADedication, Richard B. Russell building, Winder Armory, Georgia National Guard. Winder, Georgia, 1955 October 30, (7x9") color
RBR-PF-285BGeorgia Poultry Festival. Gainesville, Georgia, 1956 May 22, 4 (9½x6½") b/w, 3 (9x13") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-285BGeorgia Poultry Festival. Gainesville, Georgia [oversize], 1956 May 22, 2.0 (11x14") b/w , 2 (11 x 14") b/w
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4RBR-PF-286Georgia military bases. Georgia (folder 1 of 3), 1955-1956, 30.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-286Georgia military bases. Georgia (folder 2 of 3), 1955-1956, 14 (8x10") b/w, 14 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-286Georgia military bases. Georgia (folder 3 of 3), 1955-1956, 22.0 (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-286Georgia military bases. Georgia [oversize], 1955-1956, 5 (10 x 10") b/w
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4RBR-PF-287Soil Conservation Service. Georgia (folder 1 of 3), 1956-1965, 46.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-287Soil Conservation Service. Georgia (folder 2 of 3), 1956-1965, 21.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-287Soil Conservation Service. Georgia (folder 3 of 3), 1956-1965, 11.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-288Legislative series – agriculture and forestry. Georgia and Montreal, Canada, 1956-1970, 12 (3½x3½") b/w, 6 (3½x5") b/w, (2½x3") b/w, 3 (8x10") b/w, 3 (3½x3½") color, 6 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-289Window view of Senators Richard Russell, John Stennis, and Sam Ervin in Russell’s office. Washington, D.C., 1957 July 11, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-290Wilcox County centennial. Richard Russell, Mrs. W. P. Pope, J. M. Pope. Wilcox Co., Georgia, 1957, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-291Russell accepts U.S. Army flag presented to the Armed Services Committee. Washington, D.C., 1957 February 27, 10 (8 x10") b/w, (7.5x9.5") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-291Russell accepts U.S. Army flag presented to the Armed Services Committee. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1957 February 27, (16x20") b/w matted
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4RBR-PF-292Stanley Tretick portrait of Russell. Washington, D.C., 1957 March, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-293Personal photos. Russell at podium before Georgia School Board Association; Richard Russell, Carl Vinson, Brown, and Landrum at American Vocational Association presentation of gavels; portrait of Lonnie A. Pope. Washington, D.C., Douglas and Athens, Georgia, 1956-1957, (3½x3½") b/w, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-294Meeting of Southern Senators, in Russell's office, regarding the Civil rights bill. Scott, Allen Ellender, Richard Russell, Sam Ervin, John Stennis, Olin Johnston, Spessard Holland. Washington D.C. Wide World Photos, Incorporated, 1957 July, (9x13") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-294Meeting of Southern Senators, in Russell's office, regarding the Civil rights bill. Richard Russell, Joseph O'Mahoney, Lyndon Johnson, William Knowland, Clinton Anderson [oversize], 1957 July, (7½x9½") b/w mounted
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4RBR-PF-294AFace the Nation appearance by Russell. Left to right: Griffing Bancroft, William H. Lawrence, Stuart Novis, Richard Russell, Bill Shadel, Warren Duffie. Washington, D.C., 1957 July 21, 2.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-295Buford Dam groundbreaking. Atlanta, Georgia, 1957 October, 10.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-296Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Dinners. Atlanta, Georgia, 1957 October 9, 1958 December 8, 2 (8x10") b/w, (7½x9½") b/w
RBR-PF-297Senator Richard Russell appreciation day. Includes parade and crowd. Winder, Georgia, 1957 October 26, 10 (8x10") b/w, (7.5x9.5") b/w
RBR-PF-297AMiami Beach aerial photo. Miami Beach, 1958 [?], 2.0 (8x10") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-298Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1957-1959, 2 (20x24") b/w
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4RBR-PF-299Agricultural Research Service in Georgia. Georgia, 1957-1965, 29.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-300Armed Service Committee, Russell meets with General Curtis LeMay and Secretary James Douglas. Washington, D.C., 1958, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-301Mississippi Forestry Commission address by Russell. Jackson, Mississippi, fall 1958, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-302Opening of Congress. Left to right: Knowland, Sam Rayburn, Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1958 January 9, (9x13") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-303Twenty-fifth anniversary of Russell’s career in the Senate. Left to right: Long, Mansfield, Fulbright, Symington, Hill, Ellender, Staltonstall, Smith of Maine, Frear, Bible, Richard Russell, Kerr, Lyndon Johnson, Aiken, Herman Talmadge, Hayden, and Sparkman. Washington, D.C., 1958 January 13, (7½x9") b/w
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4RBR-PF-304Vanguard Launch, includes Russell with General Maxwell Taylor and Styles Bridges. Cape Canaveral, Florida, 1958 March 17, (8x10") color, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-305Cherry Blossom Festival – North Fulton High School Band. Washington, D.C., 1958 March 29, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-306NATO trip - Russell visits Lauris Norstad at SHAPE [Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe] headquarters. Near Paris, France, 1958 October 14, 3 (8x10") b/w [1 missing]
RBR-PF-307Richard Russell, Congressman and Mrs. Paul Brown at dedication of Bobby Brown State Park and Memorial. Elberton, Georgia, 1958, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-308Rivers and harbors series. Georgia, 1958-1960, 2 (3½x4") b/w, 14 (5x7") b/w, 16 (8x10") b/w, (3½x5") color
RBR-PF-309Russell beside a World War II memorial in Nassau, Bahamas trip. Nassau, Bahamas, 1959, 2 (2½x2½") negatives
RBR-PF-310Portrait drawings of Barry Goldwater and Richard Nixon by Louis Lupas, 1959, 2.0 (5x7") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-311Life magazine portrait of Russell and Hill [oversize], 1959 January 26, (11x14") b/w
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4RBR-PF-312Joint Committee on Atomic Energy (U.S. Congress) portrait prints of Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1959 March 31, 23 (4x5") b/w, (4x5") negative
RBR-PF-313County Commissioners Association Man of the Year Award, 1959 March, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-314Richard Russell at “Pork Chop Hill” movie premier. Washington, D.C., 1959 May 24, 12.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-315Merkle Press portrait of Russell. Washington, D.C., 1959 June, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-316Harmon Killebrew with Richard Russell and Senator James E. Murray. Washington, D.C., 1959 June 10, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-317Jones Beasley giving Richard Russell a country cured ham. Lavonia, Georgia, 1959 June 17, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-318Gordon Military College classmates (Carl Williams and [?] Stuart) of Richard Russell. Gray, Georgia, 1959 October 28, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-318ADr. Hogg and Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1959 November, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-319Dicky, Levy, Ames and Harry Byrd, Jr. ages four through nine. Boston, Massachusetts, 1959-1960, (3x4") b/w
RBR-PF-320Luncheon with Lyndon Johnson, Richard Russell, and others. Washington, D.C., 1959-1965 [?], 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-321Rivers and Harbors series. Georgia, 1959-1966, 30.0 (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-321Rivers and Harbors series. Georgia [oversize], 1959-1966,
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4RBR-PF-321ATimes-Picayunne news photos. Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia, 1960-1964, (2½x8") b/w, (3½x4½") b/w, (7x9") b/w, (8x9") b/w, 6 (8x10") [2 8x10" missing]
RBR-PF-322Unidentifed man and Richard Russell looking at a letter "First air mail outer space." Winder, Georgia, 1960 November 22, 1960, (4x5") b/w, 4 (8x10") b/w [1 missing], (4x5") negative
RBR-PF-323Richard Russell with the Agriculture Alumni Award. Winder, Georgia, 1960, (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-324Portrait of Dr. Scarborough. New York, N.Y. [oversize], after 1964, (11x14") b/w
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4RBR-PF-325Vocational Agriculture meeting with Jim Thomas, Richard Russell, Iris Blitch, Herman Talmadge, Tic Forrester, Carl Vinson, Prince Preston, Albert Sidney Camp, John Flynt, and others, 1960 January 25, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
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5RBR-PF-326Exhibit of tuning forks. Rome, Georgia, 1960 February, (3½x5½") b/w
RBR-PF-327In civil rights fight. Richard Russell and Allen Ellender at the Capitol, as southern senators fight to block the passage of civil rights legislation. Washington, D.C., 1960 February 29, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-328National Independent Dames Association – Georgia representatives. Includes: Herman Talmadge, Ed Stovall, [?] Smith, Mrs. Wayne Frey, Iris Blitch, Richard Russell, Tic Forrester, and others. Washington, D.C., 1960 April 4, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-329Russell and others at the Winder phone building. Winder, Georgia, 1960 June 19, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-330Iberian Peninsula trip. Includes John Goodyear, Richard Russell, Wallis Peterson, [?] Darden, Chester Allen, William Wade, James McKee, Perkins McGuire. Portugal, 1960 October, 8.0 (4½x6½") b/w
RBR-PF-331Russell on Military inspection tour. Tuscany, Italy, 1960 October, 34.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-332Dedication of the Richard B. Russell Elementary School, Cobb County. Left to right: Richard Russell III, Richard Russell, John Davidson Russell, Alex B. Russell, William J. Russell. W. P. Sprayberry and Richard Russell with the plan for the Richard B. Russell Elementary School. Marietta, Georgia, 1960 December 17, 1961 December 10, (8x10") b/w, (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-333Kiwanis International: Annual affiliate meeting. Including: [?] Gordon, [?] King, Richard Russell, [?] Harrison, [?] Watson. Athens, Georgia, 1960 December 15, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-334New York Times Magazine cover with Russell and Secretary of Defense Thomas Sovereign Gates, General Nathan Farragut Twining, and Dr. Herbert F. York, 1960 February 7, (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-335Armed Services Committee. Washington, D.C. [oversize], circa 1959-1960, (11x14") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-335Armed Services Committee. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1960-1961 [?], 4 (16x20") color, 4 (16x20") b/w
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5RBR-PF-336Georgia Hospitals: St. Mary's, Dekalb General, Coweta General, Hall County. Atlanta, Newnan, Gainesville and Athens, Georgia, 1960-1965, 3 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-337Armed Services Committee meeting with Air Force official. Richard Russell, Howard Cannon, and unidentified man. Washington, D.C., 1960 August 15, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-338Press Gallery – Ralph McGill, George Boswell, and Bruce Galphin. Atlanta, Georgia, 1960-1965 [?], 3 (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-339Senior class trips. Jeff Davis High School Seniors and Winder/Barrow High Washington, D.C., 1963 April 9, 1964 June 4, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-340Legislative series – Appropriations Committee. Includes: Bonnie Gray; St. Simon Light attendant station house; seed producing area Emanual City; Americus Plant Materials Center; Cobb County Marietta Public Library book mobile; Hurricane Betsy damage in New Orleans; Mifflin County delegation with Congressman Whalley in Washington to attend Raystown flood control hearing; Huntingdon County delegation with Congressman Whalley; American Viscose FMC Corporation, Lewistown, Pennsylvania. Washington, D.C., New Orleans, Louisana, Georgia, 1960-1969, (2x3") b/w, 5 (3½x3½") b/w, (4x5") b/w, 5 (8x10") b/w, 3 (3½x5") color, (5x7") color, 2 (3.5x3.5") color
RBR-PF-340ALegislative series – Armed Services Committee. includes: portrait of W. L. Pienizlinski; New Academic Building Industrial College of the Armed Forces; USS New Jersey in transit of the Panama Canal; unidentified African-American Marine; Panama Canal, Poland, and Washington, D.C., 1961-1969, (1½x2") b/w, 3 (8x10") b/w
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14RBR-PF-341Pakistan President, Mohammed Ayub Khan. Pakistan, 1961, (8 x 10 silver frame and case)
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SRRBR-PF-342Portrait of Harry S. Truman, 1961. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1961 October 16, (7½x9") b/w
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5RBR-PF-343Georgia Bar Association meeting. Left to right: Charles Bloch, Frank M. Scarlett, Carl Nelson, and Harry McCowen. Jekyll Island, Georgia, 1961 May 24-26, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-344Costa Rica visit. Richard Russell with President Mario Echandi Jimenéz and Ambassador Raymond Telles. Costa Rica, 1961 October , 2.0 (4½x7") b/w
RBR-PF-345Distinguished Service Award, College of Agriculture Alumni Association. Includes: Hoop Eberhardt, Richard Russell, [?] Charles, R. O'Kelly, Irvin Wofford. Winder, Georgia, 1961 November 9, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-346Luncheon for Mendel Rivers. Left to right: William Jennings Bryan Dorn, John Stennis, Lucius Mendel Rivers, Richard Russell, [?], Frank William Boykin. Washington, D.C., 1961, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-347Continental military installations trip. Includes: Richard Russell, Frederick Johnston, Orville Cochran, Charles Burch, Harry Wingate. Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, 1961 February, 4 (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-348Luncheon given by Iris Blitch in honor of Donald E. MacGregor of Brunswick, American Bravery Award Winner. Seated left to right: E. L. Tic Forrester, Donald McGregor, Iris Blitch, Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge; standing: Robert Stephens, James Davis, G. Elliott Hagan, John Pilcher, Charles Bennett, John Davis. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1961 March 23, (7½x9½") b/w
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5RBR-PF-349Truman committee dinner. Richard Russell and Lyndon Johnson speaking. Washington, D.C., 1961 May, (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-350Chamber of Commerce, Valdosta. Left to right seated: Mayor Maxwell Oliver, Richard Russell, Iris Blitch; standing: H. T. Amon, C. W. Warner, Henry Brice, Dr. Harry Mixon, Frank Bird, W. P. Langdale and M. E. Thompson. Valdosta, Georgia [oversize], 1961 May 1, (7½x9½") b/w mounted
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5RBR-PF-351Memorial Day wreath and amphitheatre ceremonies at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Arlington, Virginia, 1961 May 30, 15.0 (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-351Memorial Day wreath and amphitheatre ceremonies at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Arlington, Virginia [oversize], 1961 May 30, (12½x15") color
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5RBR-PF-352Confederate memorial at Arlington National Cemetary. Arlington, Virginia, 1961 June 1, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-352ACommittee from the Georgia legislature, at a luncheon given by Congressman Stephens. Seated: Roy Kelly, Carl Vinson, Richard Russell, Robert Stephens, Herman Talmadge, Tic Forrester, Henry Milhollin. Standing: John Bradley, Sam Wood, Boisfeuillet Jones, Chappelle Matthews, Jones Lane, Hubert Wells, Ben Ross, and Emory Brinson. Washington, D.C., 1961 July, (7x9") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-353Portrait of Admiral George Anderson, signed and inscribed [oversize], 1961 July 3, (7½x9") color mounted
RBR-PF-353AWatermelon Queen Luncheon. Left to right: Richard Russell, Becky Fenn, Herman Talmadge, Marsha Smith, Tic Forrester, John Duncan. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1961 August 2, (7x9½") b/w mounted
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5RBR-PF-354U.S.S. Canberra trip. Panama, Mexico, and Puerto Rico (folder 1 of 3), 1961 October-November, 12 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-354U.S.S. Canberra trip. Panama, Mexico, and Puerto Rico (folder 2 of 3), 1961 October-November, 30.0 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-354U.S.S. Canberra trip. Panama, Mexico, Guatemala, and Puerto Rico (folder 3 of 3), 1961 October-November, 9 (4x5") b/w, 27 (3.5x4.5") b/w
RBR-PF-355Russell at the College News Conference. Athens, Georgia, 1961 December 6, 7.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-355ASecond Presbyterian Church visit by Russell. Memphis, Tennessee, 1961 December, (3½x3½") b/w
RBR-PF-356Appreciation dinner, Coosa Valley Area Planning and Development Commission. Calhoun, Georgia (folder 1 of 3), 1961 December 8, 9.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-356Appreciation dinner, Coosa Valley Area Planning and Development Commission. Calhoun, Georgia (folder 2 of 3), 1961 December 8, 10.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-356Appreciation dinner, Coosa Valley Area Planning and Development Commission. Calhoun, Georgia (folder 3 of 3), 1961 December 8, 6.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-357Dedication of Richard B. Russell school. Marietta, Georgia, 1961 December 10, 9.0 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-358General series – Appointments, includes portrait of William Clement Mellor and an image of a square-rigger sailing vessel proposed to house a display covering maritime activities in Savannah, Georgia, 1961-1964, (3½x5") b/w, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-359General series – State Department, Peace Corp. including portraits of William A. Davis, Michael Napier, and John Olin. Los Angeles, California, 1961, 1967, (2x3½") b/w, 2 (5x8") b/w
RBR-PF-360General series – Transportation Department. Includes Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; projected development for Liberty County; proposed housing to be constructed off Bobby Jones Expressway in Augusta; Alcoa and Highway 129 exit sign. Arlington, Virginia, Augusta and Liberty Co., Georgia, 1961-1969, (2½x4½") b/w, (3x4½") color, 2 (4x5") color, 2 (3x4") color
RBR-PF-361General series – Health, Education and Welfare. Includes preliminary study of proposed headquarters and laboratory building at Emory University for public health center/communicable disease center and portrait of the son of Charles Mayo. Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia, 1961-1969, (2¼x4") b/w, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-362General series – Government contracts. Includes Diamond Manufacturing Co. barge Orion; Grumman plant; Grumman aircraft plant #55; Navy plane in flight. Georgia (folder 1 of 2), 1961-1967, 14 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-362General series – Government contracts. Includes charts of requirements in selection of site for Thiokol plant; Thiokol Chemical Corp Office Building in Brunswick; models and real flight of C-141; models of Lockhead USAF C-141 and Hercules; Grumman Savannah Project hanger; Grumman Gulfstream and Gulfstream II. Georgia (folder 2 of 2), 1961-1967, 18 (3x4") b/w, 19 (8x10") b/w, 3 (3½x4") color, 5 (8x10")color
RBR-PF-363General series – America’s welfare. Anti-United Nations protest. St. Petersburg, Florida, 1962 October 24, (3½x5") b/w
RBR-PF-364General series – Postal matters. W. W. Law, a postal carrier, picketing Grayson Stadium, "Unfair Segregated Facilities - NAACP" Savannah, Georgia, 1962, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-365NATO trip - SHAPE (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe) headquarters. Near Paris, France, 1962, 4.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-366Russell on Puerto Rico trip. Puerto Rico, 1962, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-367Press Conference of General Douglas MacArthur and Luncheon in his honor. Washington, D.C., 1962 August, 4 (8x10") b/w, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-368Georgia Association of Broadcasters (GAB). Richard Russell receiving the Georgia of the Year Award. G. Elliot Hagan, Tic Forrester, John Pilcher, Carl Vinson, John Flynt, Robert Stephens, James Davis, Phil Landrum, Herman Talmadge, Richard Russell, H. Randolph Holder, Elmo Ellis, John W. Davis and Iris Blitch. Calloway Gardens, Georgia, 1962 February 27, 1965 June, 3 (7x9") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-369Legislative series – Miscellaneous. Private residence of Mr. E. C. Wood, Savannah, Georgia, 1962 March, 2.0 (3½x5") color
RBR-PF-370Caucus of opposition leaders on literacy test bill. Left to right: John Stennis, Lister Hill, Richard Russell, Willis Robertson, Allen Ellender. Washington, D.C., 1962 May 9, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-371Richard Russell receiving honorary degree Doctor of Laws at The Citadel from General Mark Clark. Charleston, South Carolina, 1962 June 1-2, 10.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-372Goose Bay military inspection trip, Richard Russell and Willis Robertson. Goose Bay, New Foundland, 1962 July 5, (5x7") color
RBR-PF-373Colonel John Glenn (astronaut): Award presentation. Washington, D.C., 1962 February-August, 4 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-374President John F. Kennedy signing the Communication Satellite Act of 1962. Washington, D.C., 1962 August 31, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-375Lebanon visit. Richard Russell, Ambassador and Mrs. Armin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Wilson at a Marine Corp ball. Beirut, Lebanon, 1962 November 10, 4.0 (3½x5½") b/w
RBR-PF-376Middle East trip. Israel, Lebanon, Egypt. (folder 1 of 5), 1962 November, 60 (2.5x3.5") color, (2.5x3.5") b/w
RBR-PF-376Middle East trip. Christ's Tomb, Jerusalem. Israel, Lebanon, Egypt. (folder 2 of 5), 1962 November, 4 (5x7") b/w, 36 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-376Middle East trip. Meeting with President Nasser. Israel, Lebanon, Egypt. (folder 3 of 5), 1962 November, 13.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-376Middle East trip. Cairo National Museum. Israel, Lebanon, Egypt. (folder 4 of 5), 1962 November, 6.0 (7x9.5") b/w
RBR-PF-376Middle East trip. Israel, Lebanon, Egypt. (folder 5 of 5), 1962 November, 4.0 (7x9.5") b/w
RBR-PF-377Congregation Beth Jacob, dedication. Atlanta, Georgia, 1962 December, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-378Christian Men’s Fellowship, First Christian Church. Includes: A. Lee Ouzts, Richard Russell, and Rev. James W. Sosebee. Atlanta, Georgia, 1962 December 5, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-379County-Home Demonstration Agents Associations: Appreciation certificate to Richard Russell. Left to right: Dean C. C. Murray, Richard Russell, Lula Wommack, John Mauldin, W. A. Sutton. Winder, Georgia, 1962 December 8, (6½x4½") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-380Air Force bases in Georgia. Moody Air Force Base, Robins Air Force Base, Dobbins Air Force Base, Georgia [oversize], 1962-1966, 3 (8 x 10") b/w matted
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5RBR-PF-381Airports – Georgia. Atlanta Municipal Airport, Washington (Ga.), Fulton County, Fitzgerald Municipal, Franklin County, Homerville Airport, Montezuma Municipal, Sylvester-Worth County Airport, Washington-Wilkes Airport, Ashburn-Turner County Airport, Cairo-Grady County Airport, Dawson-Terrell County Airport, Thomas-McDuffie. Georgia, circa 1962-1963, 2 (5x8") b/w, 17 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-382Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. Seated: Bourke Hickenlooper, Clinton Anderson, Richard Russell, John Pastore, Chet Holifield, Melvin Price, Craig Hosmer. Standing: Carl Curtis, Wallace Bennett, Henry Jackson, Albert Gore, George Aiken, Wayne Aspinall, Albert Thomas, Jack Westland, William Bates, Thomas Morris, and John Anderson. Joint Committee's second birthday with cake. Washington, D.C., 1962-1966, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-382Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. Seated: Bourke Hickenlooper, Clinton Anderson, Richard Russell, John Pastore, Chet Holifield, Melvin Price, Craig Hosmer. Standing: Carl Curtis, Wallace Bennett, Henry Jackson, Albert Gore, George Aiken, Wayne Aspinall, Albert Thomas, Jack Westland, William Bates, Thomas Morris, and John Anderson. Joint Committee's second birthday with cake. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1962-1966, (16x20") b/w, 2 (20x24") b/w, (16x20") color
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5RBR-PF-383General series – Georgia. U.S. Embassy Rio de Janerio, Brazil. Portrait of M. Gordon Brown. Original model for Stone Mountain, Georgia, 1962-1968, 2 (2.5x4") b/w, (2½x3½") b/w, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-384General series – Memorials. Entrance to Barrington Hall in Roswell. Dagger belongint to President Andrew Jackson. Proposed Confederate Memorial submitted by Marietta Memorials, Inc. Stone Mountain Memorial carving near completion and with workers. Chief Carver Roy Faulkner standing on uniform button of Robert E. Lee to inspect detail. Georgia, 1962-1969, (2x3") sepia, (3½x5") b/w, 4 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-385General series – Housing and urban development. Ditch in Warner Robins behind home of S. H. Jordan. 2143 Spring Street, Savannah home of W. G. and Frocene Newman. Stirling Homex modules being transported and placed into tornado site for victims in Corinth, Mississippi, 1962-1970, (3½x3½") b/w, (3½x5") b/w, 6 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-385ASoutheast Water Pollution Control Laboratory scrapbook. Athens, Georgia [fact sheets and selected reprints of water pollution studies filed in Subgroup C., Series III., Box 77, Folder 3], 1963, 13 (8x10") b/w and scrapbook
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OS 1RBR-PF-385AWater Pollution Control Laboratory. Athens, Georgia [oversize], 1963, (11x14") b/w matted
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5RBR-PF-386Richard Russell with Patronage boys. Lewis Nelson, Tommy Malone, Claude Peacock, Henry Carrier III, George W. Darden III, George Baker Jr., Albert Wall, Ed Sell, Buddy Dallas, Linton Dunson, Charles Baldwin, Robert Pannell, Barney Durrence, Dale Schwartz, Thomas Brodnax, William House, Judd Herndon, Frank Norton, Robert Miller, William Simpson. Washington, D.C., 1962-1965, 24 (8x10") b/w
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OS 1RBR-PF-386Richard Russell with Patronage boys. Left to right: Judd Herndon, Frank Norton, Bob Miller, Richard Russell, Bill Simpson, seated William House. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1962-1965, (7½x9½") b/w
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5RBR-PF-387Agriculture meeting group photo including Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, Carl Sanders, Orville Freeman, Don Fuqua, Russell Tuten, Spessard Holland, Phil Campbell, G. Elliot Hagan, and others, circa 1963-1964, 14.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-388Senate youth program. Russell explains Senate procedure to George Bostick and Mary Ann Bryant. Russell explains Senate duties to Donald Richard Jeanes and Howard Owen Hunter. Washington, D.C., 1963 January 29, (5x7") proof, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-390Mayor C. A. Rutledge appreciation dinner. Richard Russell and C. A. Rutledge in Winder Police Car enroute to dedication of Russell Agriculture Research Center in Athens. Winder, Georgia, 1963 [?], 4 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-391Handshake of Lyndon Johnson and Adlai Stevenson, Richard Russell in background. Washington, D.C. [?], 1963, 2.0 (7x9") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-392Portrait of Lyndon Johnson at his desk. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1963, (11x14") b/w
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5RBR-PF-393Mrs. U.S. Savings Bond, Marilyn Eastham of Marietta, and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1963, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-394Tour of Lockheed for C-141 roll out. Marietta, Georgia, 1963 August, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-395Democratic Policy Committee, Senate. Magnuson, Douglas, Hill, Jackson, Fulbright, Smathers, Pastore, Humphrey, Symington, Mansfield, Byrd, Sparkman, McClellan, Bible, Ellender, Johnston, Richard Russell, Robertson, Jordan. Washington, D.C., 1963, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-396Jefferson-Jackson day dinner. Herman Talmadge, Carl Sanders, Richard Russell. Atlanta, Georgia, 1963 January 22, 3 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-397Georgia Crop Improvement Association awards Russell plaque. Russell with UGA officials and discussing the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Athens, Georgia, 1963 February 18, 6.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-398Informal photos, Richard B. Russell. Russell with Pernell Roberts and his wife Judy. Russell with Nora Lawrence the Editor of the Wiregrass Farmer, Mayor Jimmy King, and Mrs. Alex Story. Washington, D.C., 1963 March-May
RBR-PF-400National Jewish Welfare Board distinguished service award given to Russell at banquet. Atlanta, Georgia, 1963 May 18, (6½x7½") b/w, (5x7") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-401Richard Russell with Allen Whipple at Gordon Military College dedication of auditorium/gym. Barnesville, Georgia, 1963 May 26, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-402Richard Russell, President Aderhold, and others at Forest Science building at UGA cornerstone laying. Athens, Georgia, 1963 June 1, (2x3½") b/w
RBR-PF-403Southern Dames of America National Society: Jefferson Davis Distinguished Service Scroll presentation to Russell. Washington, D.C., 1963 June 3, 7(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-404Reunion of the Class of 1918 at University of Georgia. Front row: Dewey Knight, Robert L. Foreman, Lee Bradberry, Lowry Nicholson, Richard Russell, Mack Matthews. Back row: A. H. Stevens, Alfred W. Scott, Joseph Anthony, William McManus, Claude Barrett, J. J. Benford, J. Madden Hatcher, James Bexley, Vann Groover, Francis Slack. Athens, Georgia, 1963 June 6, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-405Georgia National Guard General Eugene Oberdorfer and Richard Russell. Atlanta, Georgia, 1963 June 14, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-406Georgia Delegates to Boy’s Nation, American Legion. Tommy Lawhorne Jr. and Robert McGaughey Jr. Washington, D.C., 1963 July 22, 1964, 2 (7x9") b/w, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-407Appointment of Admiral McDonald as Chief of Naval Operations. Admiral David MacDonald, Fred Korth, Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1963 August 7, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-408Meet the Press with the Senator Richard B. Russell. Washington, D.C., 1963 August 11, 2.0 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-409White House press conference – C-141 Star Lifter roll out press conference and ceremony. Herman Talmadge, Richard Russell, John F. Kennedy, Carl Vinson, G. Elliot Hagan, John Flynt, John Davis, Tic Forrester, John Pilcher, Charles Weltner, and J. Russell Tuten. Washington, D.C., 1963 August 22, 18 (8x10") b/w, (7.5x8.5") b/w, (7½x17") composite, 3 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-410Richard Russell with the March of Dimes poster child. Washington, D.C., 1963 October, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-411Veteran organizations, national commanders. Washington, D.C., 1963 October, 8(8 x 10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-412White House discussion between Richard Russell and President Lyndon Johnson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1963 December,
RBR-PF-413White House gathering, left to right: Congressman Wright, Robert Byrd, Judge Homer Thornberry, Richard Russell, Luci Baines Byrd, President Lyndon Johnson, Albert Thomas. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1963 December, (11x14") b/w
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5RBR-PF-414Office and desk of Senator Russell. Washington, D.C., 1963-1964, 2 (5x7") b/w, 3 (3.5x4.5") b/w, 2 (9x13") b/w
RBR-PF-415General Series - Accelerated Public Works. Including Alto, Georgia Water Tower; building on industrial site in Millen, 1963-1964, (3x4") color, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-416Georgia pine planted in Washington, D.C., 1964 May, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-417Portrait of President Lyndon Johnson. Washington, D.C., 1963-1968, 1(8 x 10) b/w
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SR OSRBR-PF-417Portrait of President Lyndon Johnson, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1963-1968, (14x17") color, (10x13") color [1 missing]
Portrait of President Lyndon Johnson, signed and inscribed., 1964
Portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson by Jim Bama, signed and inscribed., 1967
Print of Norman Rockwell portrait of President Lyndon Johnson, signed and inscribed., circa 1966
Print of Rockwell portrait with presidential seal, signed, circa 1968
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OS 1RBR-PF-418Baker, Bryant sculptures of Russell and portraits of John F. Kennedy. New York, New York, 1964, 2 (11x14")b/w
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5RBR-PF-418Baker, Bryant sculptures of Russell and portraits of John F. Kennedy. New York, New York, 1964, 1(6 x 4), 13(8 X 10) [missing 2] b/w
RBR-PF-419Girl’s Nation, American Legion - Representatives with Russell and Talmadge. Washington, D.C., 1964, 2 (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-420Lockheed aircraft inspection. C-141 Star Lifter first flight. Atlanta and Marietta, Georgia [oversize], 1964, 5 (8x10") b/w mounted, (8x10") color [color missing]
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5RBR-PF-420Lockheed aircraft inspection. C-141 Star Lifter first flight. Atlanta and Marietta, Georgia, 1964, 17(8 x 10) b/w, 1(8 x 10) color
RBR-PF-422Carters Dam Progress Celebration. Chatsworth, Georgia, 1964 November, 26 (8x10") b/w, 5 (3½x5") color
RBR-PF-423Legislative series-Public welfare, Georgia. Nashville, Georgia, 1964, (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-424Shoreline protection. Tybee Beach, St. Simons and Sea Island, Georgia, 1964 September, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-425Prince Tungi (of Tonga) visits CDC, 1964, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-427State of the Union – Johnson with congressional leadership. Washington, D.C., 1964 January, (7x9") b/w, 6 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-428Savannah River plant conference of AEC and Georgia/South Carolina congressional delegations. Washington, D.C., 1964 January 28, 6 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-429Interparlimentary group luncheon: Seventh Canada-U.S. meeting. Washington, D.C., 1964 January 15, (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-430White House Meeting in presidential theatre. Lyndon Johnson, Richard Russell, and others. Washington, D.C. [oversize], February 1964, (11x14") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-431Richard Russell and Senator Hickenlooper at White House meeting on the Panama crisis. Washington, D.C. [oversize], February 1964, (8x11½") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-432First Christian Church of Atlanta presenting invitation to the President to speak at the dedication of the Campbellstone Apartments in Atlanta. James Downing, Richard Russell, Lyndon Johnson, James W. Sosebee. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1964 March 6, (7½x9") color matted
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5RBR-PF-433Rickover, Hyman G. – Admiral of the Navy receiving Distinguished Service Medal. Washington, D.C., 1964 March, 7 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-434Union Bag and Paper Company plant. Savannah, Georgia, 1964 March, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-435Defense Authorizations Bill ceremony. Washington, D.C., 1964 March 20, 15(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-436Cherry Blossom Festival. Washington, D.C., 1964 April, 1(5 x 7) color
RBR-PF-437White House meeting – Senators and the press. Washington, D.C., 1964 April 3, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-438Georgia County Commissioners convention. Jekyll Island, Georgia, 1964 April 5-7, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-439Department of Commerce Efficiency Award. Washington, D.C., 1964 May 18, 1(6 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-440Meeting of Committee chairmen. Washington, D.C., 1964 June 15, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-441National Guard banquet for Carl Vinson. Washington, D.C., 1964 July, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-442General series – Gift books. Chicago, Illinois, 1964 July 16, 1(4 x 5) b/w
RBR-PF-443Democratic Leadership Luncheon, 1964. Washington, D.C., 1964 July , n/a [missing]
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OS 10RBR-PF-444USS Enterprise, USS Long Beach, and USS Bainbridge in formation in Mediterranean and escorts, signed by Rickover. Mediterranean Sea [oversize], 1964 June, (17x23") color
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5RBR-PF-444USS Enterprise, USS Long Beach, and USS Bainbridge in formation in Mediterranean and escorts, signed by Rickover. Mediterranean Sea, 1964 June, 1(3-1/2 x 5) color
RBR-PF-445Johnston, Felton M. (Skeeter): 35th Anniversary of Service. Washington, D.C., 1964 August 13, 1(8 x 10) b/w
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SRRBR-PF-446President’s Commission on the assassination of President Kennedy. Washington, D.C., 1964 September, 2 (11x14") b/w, 8(7 x 12), color; 1(8 x 10)
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OS 2RBR-PF-447Civil Rights debates. Washington, D.C., 1964 May-June, 1(9 x 13), 2(11 x 14) b/w
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5RBR-PF-448Steel Pike I, joint Marine amphibious landings. Sevilla and southwest coast of Spain, 1964 October, 2(4½ x 6½), 2(8 x 10) b/w; 2(8 x 10) color
RBR-PF-449Armuchee flood control project dedication. Rome, Georgia, 1964 [November?], 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-450Appreciation dinner, Chamber of Commerce, Cobb County. Marietta, Georgia, 1964 November 17, 21 (8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-451Aero Commander Inc., groundbreaking ceremonies. Albany, Georgia, 1964 November 19, 3 (8 x 10) b/w
RBR-PF-452Sweet Potato Festival. Ocilla, Georgia, 1964 November 20, 3 (8x10") b/w
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6RBR-PF-453Israel trip. Tel Aviv, Nazareth and Acre, Israel (folder 1 of 4), 1964 December, 25 (4x5") color, 8 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-453Israel trip. Tel Aviv, Nazareth and Acre, Israel (folder 2 of 4), 1964 December, 7 (8x10") color, (5x7") b/w, 7 (4x5") color, 4 (3.5x3.5") b/w
RBR-PF-453Israel trip. Tel Aviv, Nazareth and Acre, Israel (folder 3 of 4), 1964 December, 6 (4x5") color, 8 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-453Israel trip. Tel Aviv, Nazareth and Acre, Israel (folder 4 of 4), 1964 December, (5x7") b/w, 9 (8x10") b/w
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14RBR-PF-454“Your Visit to Israel.” Israel [also numbered Artifact RBR 291], 1964 November 30-December 4, 27 (5x7") b/w
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6RBR-PF-455General series – General Services Administration. Macon, Atlanta and Swainsboro, Georgia. Includes piece of property in Macon on Arlington St. which the owner wanted to sell to the General Services Administration; model of the Atlanta Federal Building; aerial photo of proposed site for GSA warehouse in the I-75 Atlanta Industrial Park area south of Stockbridge; Hotel in Swaisboro, 1964-1968, (3½x3½") b/w, 7 (8x10") b/w, 2 (3x4") color
RBR-PF-456Reunions of Russell family. Family portrait in front of Ina Dillard Russell monument; Family portrait nest to Russell Memorial Park monument; and extended family portrait. Winder, Georgia, 1964 June- 1970 June , 2 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-457General series Miscellaneous. Athens and Atlanta, Georgia and India. Includes portrait of G. J. Peter an evangelist from India; portrait of Annette Summey; portrait of cadet Russell Ernest Stallings; group photo of 1918 University of Georgia graduating class at 1968 reunion, 1964-1969, (2x3") b/w, 2 (2½x3½") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-458General series – Labor Department. Savannah, Georgia. Including "Pohang" ship proposed training vessel for longshoremen, 1964-1965, 2 (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-459Armed Services Committee. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1965, (16x20") b/w
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6RBR-PF-460Russell back on the job. Richard Russell shaking hands with Herman Talmadge. Washington, D.C., 1965 June, 3(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-461Portrait of Maston O’ Neal, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C., 1965, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-462"Thank you U.S. fighting men in Viet Nam" billboard by Cloverdale Dairy. Atlanta or Gainesville, Georgia, 1965 November, (3½x4½") color
RBR-PF-463Americanism award to Russell. Richard Russell holding award and standing next to McWhorter. Winder, Georgia, 1965, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-464Troupe County Electric membership photo of Russell’s profile. Troupe County, Georgia, 1965, (8x10") b/w, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-465Yaarab Temple initiation of Russell. Group photo included Richard Russell, Harry Bexley, Claude Purcell, and others. Atlanta, Georgia, 1965, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-466C. Leroy Little portrait of Richard Russell. Georgia (folder 1 of 3), 1965, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-466C. Leroy Little portrait of Richard Russell. Georgia (folder 2 of 3), 1965, 52.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-466C. Leroy Little portrait of Richard Russell. Georgia (folder 3 of 3), 1965, 56.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-467Senator Russell honored by the University of Georgia Chapter of Blue Key National Honor Fraternity. Standing: Frank Freeman, Buddy Darden, Tucker Dorsey. Seated: Richard Russell and Philip Weltner. Athens, Georgia, 1965 October-November, (7x8") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-468C. Leroy Little, Richard Russell portrait presentation. Mrs. Effie Little, C. Leroy Little, Richard Russell, and Ina Stacey. Winder, Georgia, 1965 December, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-469Senate Democratic Conference – 89th Congress, 1st session, organizational meeting. Washington, D.C., 1965 January 4, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-470Richard Russell meeting with noncommissioned officers on inauguration day. Washington, D.C., 1965 January 20, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-471Richard Russell at Georgia Press Association presentation. Includes: Kirk Sutlive, Richard Russell, Jimmy Connell, Little Miss Future Reporter Audrey Anne Rogers. Jekyll Island, Georgia, 1965 May, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-472Luncheon for Walter Reed medical team. Washington, D.C., 1965 May 24, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-473Mendel Rivers and Richard Russell throw out the balls to start the 5th Annual Armed Forces Night at D.C. Stadium, Baseball opening night. Washington, D.C., 1965 June 29, 12.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-474Reservoirs and dams in Georgia. includes Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam; Walter F. George Lock and Dam; Hartwell Dam and Reservoir; Portman Shoals Marina; Long Point Public Use Area at Hartwell Reservouir; Hartwell Dam and transmission lines; Buford Dam; Lake Sidney Lanier camp site and boating area. Ft. Gaines, Buford and Hartwell, Georgia, 1965, 17.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-475Intern with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1965 July 21, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-476Christmas card photo with Allen Whipple family and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1965 August, (3½x7") color
RBR-PF-477Richard Russell at dedication of new Jewish center with General Robert York. Ft. Benning, Georgia, 1965 August 15, 13.0 (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-478Senate birthday luncheon for Senator Aiken. Washington, D.C., 1965 August 20, 3 (8x10") b/w, 2 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-479Military facilities in Atlanta discussed at meeting with Richard Russell and Herman Talmadge. Washington, D.C., 1965 October 11, 10 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-480Richard Russell receiving the Georgia Chiropractic Association Humanitarian Award Washington, D.C. [?], 1965 October 18, 3(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-481Wesleyan College fall convocation, Richard Russell introduced Madam Chiang Kai-shek who delivered the convocation address, Macon, Georgia [includes copies of the program], 1965 October 20-21, 10 (4x5") b/w, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-482Two Japanese visitors, Hyoe and Hayao Takeuchi, with Richard Russell at the Russell home in Winder, Georgia, 1965 November 21, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-483Richard Russell and Bill Darden on Caribbean visit, Antigua. Russell met with Tapley Bennett in the Dominican Republic, 1965 November 9-11, 21 (5x7") b/w album, (3½x3½") b/w, 12 (3½x5") color
RBR-PF-484Judge Frank Foster with Richard Russell, signed and inscribed, 1965 December 27, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” photos. Washington, D.C. and Georgia (folder 1 of 7), 1965-1966, 10 (8.5x11") b/w contact sheets, 18 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - school construction photos. Washington, D.C. and Georgia (folder 2 of 7), 1965-1966, 12 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - Poultry Research Laboratory photos. Washington, D.C. and Georgia (folder 3 of 7), 1965-1966, 4 (8x10") b/w, (8x8") b/w
RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - Airborne training, Fort Benning photos. Washington, D.C. and Georgia (folder 4 of 7), 1965-1966, 24 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - Richard Russell and Herman Talmadge in Russell's office photos. Washington, D.C. and Georgia (folder 5 of 7), 1965-1966, 4.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - Forestry Science Laboratory, Athens, Georgia photos. Washington, D.C. and Georgia (folder 6 of 7), 1965-1966, 22.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - Forestry Science Laboratory, Athens, Georgia and Rural Electrification Administration [REA] photos. Washington, D.C. and Georgia (folder 7 of 7), 1965-1966, 36.0 (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - Forestry Science Laboratory, Athens, Georgia, Rural Electrification Administration [REA] photos, Russell Family home, Southeast Water Laboratory, and Senate Committees. Washington, D.C. and Georgia [oversize], 1965-1966, 23 (8x10") b/w matted, (3.5x5") color
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OS 4RBR-PF-485“Georgia’s Man in Washington” - Forestry Science Laboratory, Athens, Georgia, Rural Electrification Administration [REA] photos, Russell Family home, Southeast Water Laboratory, and Senate Committees. Washington, D.C. and Georgia [oversize], 1965-1966, (8 x 10") color matted
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6RBR-PF-486General series – Laboratories, including the Southeaster Water Laboratory and Forestry Sciences, Athens, Georgia, 1965-1969, 3 (3x4") b/w, (8x10") b/w, 2 (3½x4") color
RBR-PF-487General series – Scholarships, including portrait of Eileen Fitzgerald and Richard McDaniel receiving the Cadet of the Year Award at Field Day Walter George High School. Atlanta and College Park, Georgia, 1965-1968, (2½x3½") b/w, (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-488General series – Office visits, including George B. Dewey and unidentified man; man setting mosquito trap in the Phillipines; family portrait of the Lewis M. Cook family. Marietta, Georgia and Philippines, 1965-1967, (2½x4") b/w, 2 (4x5") b/w
RBR-PF-489Portrait of infant Mona McQuaig, 1966, (3½x4¼") color
RBR-PF-490LaGrange, Georgia, Troupe County officials meet with Herman Talmadge and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1966, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-491Richard Russell shaking hands with Edward J. Fogarty Vice President of Hohenstein Shipping discussing longshoreman training vessel proposed for Port of Savannah. Washington, D.C., 1966, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-492Georgia Farm Equipment Dealers convention. J. H. Beasley, Richard Russell, Dudley White, at the Marriot Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, 1966 January, (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-493Portrait of Emory Bass, signed, 1966, (3½x5") b/w
RBR-PF-494Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation poster child, Joanna Everett, with Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, Lyndon Johnson, John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. William Everett. Washington, D.C., 1966 May 10, 9.0 (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-494Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation poster child, Joanna Everett, with Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, Lyndon Johnson, John Davis, Mr. and Mrs. William Everett. signed and inscribed by Johnson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 May 10, (8x8") color
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6RBR-PF-495Richard Russell III accepting the Forest Farmer annual award from Harley Langdale, Jr. on behalf of Richard Russell. Macon, Georgia, 1966 May 12, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-496Georgia congressmen Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, and Maston O'Neal at Future Farmers luncheon for Sam Ervin. Washington, D.C., 1966, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-499Richard Russell addressing the Veterans of Foreign Wars department convention. Augusta Town House, August, Georgia, 1966 June 26, (3½x3½") color
RBR-PF-500General series – Justice Department, Bunt Hunt Sign Company building. Columbus, Georgia, 1966, (3x4½") b/w
RBR-PF-501Legislative series, portraits of Julie Rogers and Rebecca Rogers, 1966, (1½x2¼") color, (2½x3½") b/w
RBR-PF-502Vietnam oriented Army training. Ft. Gordon, Georgia, 1966 January-April, 7.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-503Oil portrait presentation. Richard Russell, A. P. Almond, William B. Thompson, Harry Dwoskin, Vincint Brennan. Winder, Georgia, 1966 January 19, 2 (5x7") b/w, 3 (3½x3½") color
RBR-PF-504Warner Robins AFB road project officials, Roger Davis and Lamar Keene, discussing the need for the project with Richard Russell, 1966 January 22, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
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SR OSRBR-PF-505Portrait of President Lyndon B. Johnson, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 January 26, (7½x9½") color matted
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SRRBR-PF-506Congressmen meet with President to decide on bombing North Vietnam. Washington, D.C., 1966 January 25, (11 x 14)
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6RBR-PF-507John F. Kennedy Space Center visit. Cape Canaveral, Florida, 1966 January 28, (7x10") b/w, 23 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-508Georgia Legislature, joint session, address by Russell. Atlanta, Georgia, 1966 February, 5.0 (7x9") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-509White House meeting of Long, Russell and Johnson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 February, 1 (11x14") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-509White House meeting of Long, Russell and Johnson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 February
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6RBR-PF-510American Federation of Government Employees (Georgia members). Washington, D.C. [?], 1966 February, 7.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-511Senate Armed Services Committee and press conference. Washington, D.C., 1966 February 9, 19(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-512Rabbi Hyman serves as Senate chaplain (guest for one day), signed and inscribed by Herbert Humphrey. Richard Russell, Herbert Humphrey, Rabbi Hyman, Herman Talmadge. Washington, D.C., 1966 February, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-513U.S.S. Observation Island. Richard Russell receives plaque from Captain Edward D. Napier; Russell observing the Polaris Missile launched at sea by the Submarine Simon Bolivar; firing of the Polaris Missile, Near Cape Kennedy, Florida, 1966 January 31, 38 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-514Communicable Disease Center (CDC) building. Atlanta, Georgia [includes Welcome to Atlanta and the Communicable Disease Center pamphlet], 1966 February 3, (5½x14") b/w
RBR-PF-516United States Department of Agriculture – Surplus Commodity Program. Foods used by Grady Hospital, pictured is a cook using USDA donated flour. Distributing USDA donated food at the Peachtree Airport. Atlanta, Georgia, 1966 March, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-517Hiberian Society president Joe Ryan with Russell, 1966 March, (7½x9½") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-518White House meeting on grain to India. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 March, (11x14") b/w
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6RBR-PF-519Senators and friends. Richard Russell with Abe Goldstein, Harry Dwoskin, and A. Ribicoff, 1966 March, (5x7") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-520Peanut princess Blith Ann Bird and George P. Donaldson greeted by Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1966 March 2, 8 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-521Hiberian Society dinner with Russell. Savannah, Georgia, 1966 March 17, 4.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-522Frank P. King (Dr.) and Herman C. Odum meet with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1966 March 21, 2(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-523Southeastern Agriculture Utilization Laboratory: architect’s sketch. Athens, Georgia and Washington, D.C., 1966 March 21, 6 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
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OS 2RBR-PF-523Southeastern Agriculture Utilization Laboratory: architect’s sketch. Athens, Georgia and Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 March 21, (11x14") b/w
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6RBR-PF-524Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, and Stewart Udall discuss possibility of Andersonville considered for national park. Washington, D.C., 1966 March 24, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-525Supplemental Defense Appropriations Act signing by Lyndon Johnson ceremony. Washington, D.C., 1966 March 25, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-525A4-H Club: Georgia delegates to national conference and meet with Herman Talmadge and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1966 April 20-26, 8(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-526Military Chaplains Association award dinner. Atlanta, Georgia, 1966 April 26, 10 (8x10") b/w, 4 (8x10") color
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SRRBR-PF-527President Lyndon Johnson discusses politics with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1966 May 10, (11 x 14)
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6RBR-PF-528Better Trees for Georgia scrapbook, presented by the Georgia Forestry Commission. Georgia [includes photos and printed information about Forestry in Georgia], 1966, 8.0 (8x10") color
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SRRBR-PF-529White House reception with Richard Russell and Lyndon Johnson, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 May 18, (11x14") b/w
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6RBR-PF-530West Point yearbook presentation to Richard Russell by Bradford Hartley. Washington, D.C., 1966 June, (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-531Russell at White House Conference – Russell Alone. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 summer, (11x14") b/w
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6RBR-PF-532Surveyor I space craft and lunar surface, 1966 June, 7.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-533White House conference, including Boggs, McCormick, Dean Rusk, Lyndon Johson, McNamara, Hayden, Smathers, Fulbright, Richard Russell, Mansfield, Saltonstall, Dirkson . Washington, D.C., 1966 June 11, (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-533White House conference, including Boggs, McCormick, Dean Rusk, Lyndon Johson, McNamara, Hayden, Smathers, Fulbright, Richard Russell, Mansfield, Saltonstall, Dirkson . Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 June 11, 4 (11x14") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-533White House conference, including Richard Russell, Gerald Ford, Everett Dirkson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966 June 11
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6RBR-PF-534Richard Russell meets the newly appointed Sergeant Major of the Army, William Woolridge. Washington, D.C., 1966 June 12, 13.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-535Portrait of Russell, 1966 August 9, 11 (5x7") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-536Democratic leadership meeting, including Richard Russell, McClellan, Jackson, Robertson, Mansfield, Pastore, Bible, Dominick [?], Jordan, Sparkman, Fulbright, Stennis, Randolph, Hill. Washington, D.C., 1966 September, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-537“The American Legion Story” – Russell and national commander John E. Davis. Washington, D.C., 1966 September, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-538Soil Conservation Society of America – Honorary membership for Russell. Washington, D.C., 1966 September 26, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-539Joint leadership party for President Lyndon Johnson, including Richard Russell, Smathers, Lyndon Johnson, Dirkson, Kuchel, and Hicken Looper. Washington, D.C., 1966 October, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-540Great American Award. Including Richard Russell, Herman Talmadge, Carl Sanders, Mrs. Tanksley, Bishop Moore, Mr. Rich, and Ivan Allen. Atlanta, Georgia, 1966 December 28, 5 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-541Patronage boys. Washington, D.C. (folder 1 of 2), 1966-1970, 27(8 x 10") b/w
RBR-PF-541Patronage boys. Washington, D.C. (folder 2 of 2), 1966-1970, 32.0 (8x10") b/w , 32(8 x 10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-541Patronage boys, left to right: Rodney Vickers, Richard Russell, David Roper, Robert Richard, and Jerry Griffin. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1966, (10.5x12") b/w
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6RBR-PF-542Alumni Society of University of Georgia. Howard "Bo" Callaway, Tyus Butler, Frank, Inman, Russell Tuten, Jasper Dorsey, Louis Griffith, Maston O'Neal, Richard Russell, Omer Aderhold, John Davis. Washington, D.C., 1966-1967, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-543Cemetery of the Russell family. Winder, Georgia, 1967 [?], 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-544ARussell Scenic Highway Dedication Scrapbook including the program and photos of the dedication celebration, Yonah Mountain, Jacques Upshaw, and view from highway to the north, 1967 August 19, 13 (8x10") b/w, 9 (5x7") b/w
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7RBR-PF-545Genealogical article by Earl Leonard, includes portrait of Leonard and images of Russell used in the article, 1967, 3 (8x10") b/w, (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-546General Series – Congressional Record, Seabees recruitment photos. Vietnam, Thailand, Philippine Islands, and Washington, D.C., 1967, 6 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-547Louis Clark and Richard Russell at Ft. Yargo dedication. Winder, Georgia, 1967, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-548Portrait of Ben Blackburn, signed and inscribed, 1967 [?], (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-549White House meeting. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1967 January 17, (11x14") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-549AState of the Union, 1967. Washington, D.C., 1967 January 10, (10 x 13)
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7RBR-PF-550Senator Howard W. Cannon’s birthday party. Washington, D.C., 1967 January 26, (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-551The White House: Johnson and Russell. Washington, D.C., 1967 February 3, (11x14") color
RBR-PF-552White House meeting with Lester Maddox, Russell, and President Johnson. Left to right: Stephens [?], Richard Russell, Lester Maddox, Hagan, Thompson, Blackburn, [?], Lyndon Johnson, Stuckey [?], Brinkley. Lester Maddox shaking Lyndon Johnson's hand. Washington, D.C., 1967 February 2, 3 (11x14") b/w
RBR-PF-553White House meeting on Selective Service. Richard Russell and Lyndon Johnson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1967 February 2, 2.0 (11x14") b/w
RBR-PF-554White House meeting with Price Daniels and Lyndon Johnson, signed by both. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1967 February 21, (11x14") b/w
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7RBR-PF-555Portrait of Elizabeth and Bill Thompson, signed and inscribed. Atlanta, Georgia [?], 1967 February 22, (5x7") color
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SRRBR-PF-556White House conference on cotton. Left to right: Lyndon Johnson, Harry McPherson, John Pastore, Richard Russell, Gordon Ackley, Marion Watson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1967 March 16, (11x14") b/w
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7RBR-PF-557General Westmoreland confers with Senator Russell. Washington, D.C., 1967 April 28, 3 (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-558General series – Interior Department, Navy fleet ocean tug Virginia City converted to marine minining research vessel. Tiburon, California, 1967 May, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-559Betty Crocker search for the America Homemaker of Tomorrow, congressional reception, Richard Russell with Sharon Smith. Washington, D.C., 1967 May, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-560Discussion between Richard Russell and Stuart Symington, 1967 August 15, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-561Mississippi distinguished civilian service medal presentation to Richard Russell, 1967 September, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-562Georgia State Society honoring Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1967 September, 11 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-563Armed Services Committee – Mary Walker leaving. Washington, D.C., 1967 September 15, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-564Richard Russell receiving the Naval Reserve Association distinguished service award, includes Russell, Pete Wheeler, Hugh Howell. Washington, D.C., 1967 September 20, 4 (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-565Sanford Stadium aerial view. Athens, Georgia [oversize], 1967 September 23, (9x12") color
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OS 2RBR-PF-566Allen Ellender's Party for the President, 1967 October 18-21, 1(8 x 10"), 1(11 x 14") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-566Allen Ellender's Party for the President [Russell and Johnson], 1967 October 18-21
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7RBR-PF-567Seventieth birthday of Russell. Washington, D.C., 1967 November 2, (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-568White House conference on expenditures. Left to right: Richard Russell, Vice President Humphrey, Secretary of Labor Wirtz, Attorney General Clark, HUD Secretary Weaver, Commerce Secretary Trowbridge, Treasury Secretary Fowler, Secretary of Transportation Boyd, Postmaster General O'Brien, Secretary of State Rusk, President Lyndong Johnson, Senator Margaret Chase Smith. Richard Russell and Congressman Mahone. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1967 November 8, (11x14") b/w, 2 (11x14") color
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SRRBR-PF-568White House conference on expenditures
RBR-PF-569Portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson and his dog, Yuki [oversize], 1967 December 29, (11x14") color
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7RBR-PF-569AChristmas photo of Russell, Sister Ina, Mrs. Duke Bailey, and Marion Bailey Springer. Winder, Georgia, 1967 December 25, (3x3") color
RBR-PF-570General series – Tennessee Valley Authority, Chatuge Reservoir. Hiawassee, Georgia, 1968, (3½x5½") b/w
RBR-PF-571Horse and buggy photo of Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1968 August, (5x5") color
RBR-PF-572NASA's ATS-III satellite captured this photo of the earth's Western hemisphere weather. Outer space, 1968 January 21, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-572APatrick Air Force Base, Richard Russell and Bill Darden on Florida visit. Patrick AFB, Florida, 1968 January, 2.0 (3x5") color
RBR-PF-573Georgia roads - images depicting poor roads and mail routes. Cobb and Paulding Counties, Georgia, 1968 January, 9.0 (3½x3½") b/w
RBR-PF-574Apollo 9 - the state of Georgia was photographed by Apollo 9, 1969, 4.0 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-575Thirty-fifth anniversary in the Senate - FTD [Florists Transworld Delivery] (Georgia members) floral presentation with display in the shape of Georgia. Washington, D.C., 1968 March 25, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-576Presentation to Russell of Korean naval vessal model. Washington, D.C., 1968 March 6, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-576AKorean War, Pictures sent to Russell by General William R. Woodward. Includes a bunker, camouflage outlook over Im Jim River; Burt Chandler briefing General Lemnitzer and Decker at Op Mazie; General Lemnitzer visiting; Rhee's birthday celebration; Korean officers and U.S. advisor of ROK Unit; school teacher and town in DMZ at Tae Song Tong; 760 mm Honest John; North Korea and Pan Mun Jom as seen from observation post, 1950-1953, 7 (3x5") b/w, 2 (5x7") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-577Air Force Association convention. Atlanta, Georgia, 1968 April 5, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-578Richard Russell visiting MacDill Air Force Base visit. MacDill AFB, Florida, 1967 March, 5 (5x7") b/w, 14 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-579Carl Hayden retirement ceremony. Washington, D.C., 1968 May 6, 6.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-580Joint leadership party for President Lyndon Johnson. Washington, D.C., 1968 May 17, 4 (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-580Joint leadership party for President Lyndon Johnson. Washington, D.C., 1968 May 17
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7RBR-PF-581Marshall College awards Russell honorary law degree. Left to right: Richard Russell, Hugh Howell, Mrs. Hugh Howell, and T. D. Fenster. Washington, D.C., 1968 June 22, 4 (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-582Richard Russell at White House conference – Vietnam peace talks. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1968 May 28, (11x14") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-582AWhite House meeting of President Johnson and Senator Russell briefing of Paris Peace talks and foreign policy, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1968 June 25, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-583Hospital visit of Russell by Johnson. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1968 June 11, 2.0 (11x14") b/w
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7RBR-PF-584Lockheed visit. Marietta, Georgia, 1968 August, 9.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-585National Association of State Foresters Award presented to Richard Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1968 October, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-586Apollo 7 mission. Earth orbit showing Lake Pontchartrain, New Orleans, 1968 October, 2.0 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-587Southeast Utilization Lab, Athens, cornerstone ceremonies. Athens, Georgia, 1968 November 25, 4.0 (3½x2½") color
RBR-PF-588Caribbean trip, to Ramey Air Force base, Puerto Rico (folder 1 of 2), 1968 November, 12.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-588Caribbean trip, Naval Station Roosevelt Roads Complex, Puerto Rico (folder 2 of 2), 1968 November, bound album
RBR-PF-589Planting of cherry tree presented to Russell by Georgia. 4-H Clubs. Winder, Georgia, 1968 December 7, 2.0 (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-590Lou Evans home. Warrenton, Virginia, 1968-1969, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-591William H. (Bill) Darden awarded VFW certificate. Washington, D.C., 1968 September 12,
RBR-PF-592General series – National Foundation of Arts and Humanities photo, portrait of Danny Roberts, 1969, (2½x3½") b/w
RBR-PF-593U.S.S. Green Bay (P.G. 101). At Sea, 1969, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-595Congressional Medal of Honor winners with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1969, (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-596Senate Democratic Policy Committee, 1969, 7(11 x 14") b/w
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7RBR-PF-597Gulfstream II aircraft production. Savannah, Georgia, 1969, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-598Georgia visitors to Russell's office, including school group, 4-H, and ROTC. Washington, D.C., 1969, (8x10") b/w, 2 contact sheets
RBR-PF-599Senate Democratic Policy Committee. Washington, D.C., 1969 January, 8.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-599APortrait of Herman Talmadge, 1969, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-600Electoral College – Russell presiding. Washington, D.C., 1969 January 6, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-601Bill Darden and Russell in Armed Services Committee room. Washington, D.C., 1969 January 16, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-602Richard Nixon Inauguration day. Washington, D.C., 1969 January 20, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-603President Nixon and Senate leadership Richard Russell and Dirksen. Washington, D.C., 1969 January 29, (8x10") b/w, (7x9") b/w matted
RBR-PF-604Navy personnel John S. McCain and F. J. Brush with Richard Russell. Key West, Florida, 1969 February 18, 4.0 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-604ASenators Fong and Young with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1969 February 6, (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-605Apollo 9 aerial of Georgia. Earth’s orbit [oversize], 1969 March, (7x7½") color
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7RBR-PF-606Russell dine with Abba Eban (Israel). Washington, D.C., 1969 March 12, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-606A Georgia Bankers Association members with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1969 March 4, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-607Forrestal Award presentation by NSIA [National Security Industrial Association]. Washington, D.C., 1969 March 20, 9 (5x8") b/w, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-609U.S.S. Whale (SSN 638) breaking through the ice at the North Pole, 1969 April 6, (8x11") color
RBR-PF-610Visitors, Leah Young Collier and Kim Nell Young, to Washington pose with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1969 June, (5x7") color
RBR-PF-611Apollo 11 moon landing. Moon, 1969 July, (8x10") color
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OS 10RBR-PF-611Apollo 11 moon landing. Moon [oversize], 1969 July, (16.5x21.5") color, (20x24") color
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7RBR-PF-612Mariner VI photos of Mars. Space, 1969 July, 19.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-613“Totem”. Richard Russell and Robert Clements. Washington, D.C., 1969 August 12, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-614Mariner VII photos of Mars. Space, 1969 August, 11 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-615NR-1, the world’s first nuclear-powered deep submergence research and ocean engineering sub during sea trials. Atlantic, 1969 August, (3½x5") color
RBR-PF-616Appropriations committee meeting. Washington, D.C., August 1969., 4.0 (9.5x13) b/w
RBR-PF-617Congressional reception for Apollo 11 astronauts. Washington, D.C., 1969 September, 16 (6½x8½") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-618Sanford field visit of Russell, includes Vince Dooley and Fred Davison. Athens, Georgia, 1969 September, 7.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-619Portrait of Richard B. Russell, Jr., 1969 September 23, contact sheet
RBR-PF-620Visit with the President – White House – Oval Room. Washington, D.C., 1969 October 14, (9x13") b/w
RBR-PF-621Russell’s 72nd birthday, with staff. Washington, D.C., 1969 November, 8 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-622Distinguished Service Award. Washington, D.C., 1969 November, 5 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-623Public response to President’s Vietnam policy, Nixon in Oval Office with desk covered in telegrams. Washington, D.C., 1969 November 4, (4x6") b/w
RBR-PF-624Senate luncheon for President Nixon. Washington, D.C., 1969 November 13, 3 (8x10") b/w, (7x9") b/w, (9x13") b/w
RBR-PF-625General Series – Defense Department, including C-5 Galaxy; construction of the Federal Regional Center in Thomasville; model of a sailing ship; Jungo Tsutsumi massage clinic; doctors preparing and testing tranquilizer gun for humans. Alaska, Hawaii, and Thomasville, Georgia, 1969-1970, 2 (3½x5") b/w, 9 (8x10") b/w, (3½x5") color, 2 (8x10") color
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OS 3RBR-PF-627United States Strike Command. Florida [oversize], 1969-1970, 21.0 (8x10") album , 21, (8 x 10") album
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7RBR-PF-628Democratic Policy Committee – luncheon and press conference. Washington, D.C., 1970, 10.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-628A Legislative series – Banking and Currency, image of conditions prior to FHA 235 program and after. Tifton, Georgia, 1970 August, 2.0 (3½x4") color
RBR-PF-629General series – Surplus property, overland train, 1970, (8x8") color
RBR-PF-630Youth program. Washington, D.C., 1970 January 28, 14 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-630A Inviting President Nixon to dedicate Stone Mountain carving. Left to right: Ben Blackburn, Phil Landrum, Herman Talmadge, Richard Nixon, Fletcher Thompson, Richard Russell. Washington, D.C., 1970 February 3, (9½x13½") b/w
RBR-PF-631Morning worship at the White House. Washington, D.C., 1970 February 8, 2.0 (3x5") color
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SRRBR-PF-631Morning worship at the White House. Front row: Richard Russell, Mrs. Henry Edward Russell, Richard Nixon, Henry Edward Russell. Second row: Joanna Russell Robinson, Catherine Russell Davis, George S. Flynn, Harriette Russell Flynn. Third row: Joseph James Robinson Jr., Henry Edward Russell Jr., Peter Rutledge Davis, Dorothy Patience Russell. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1970 February 8, (7x9") b/w
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7RBR-PF-632Cox Broadcasting reception – Richard Nixon, Ted Kennedy, James Cox, Herman Talmadge, Richard Russell, William "Fish Bait" Miller, and others. Includes images of the Russell head shaped from lard, featured at the event. Washington, D.C., 1970 February 10, 3 (8x10") b/w, 30 (8x10") color
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SRRBR-PF-632Cox Broadcasting reception – Richard Nixon, Ted Kennedy, James Cox, Herman Talmadge, Richard Russell, William "Fish Bait" Miller, and others. Includes images of the Russell head shaped from lard, featured at the event. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1970 February 10, (12½x10") b/w
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7RBR-PF-633National Governor’s Conference executive commission and congressional leadership, Richard Russell and Nelson Rockefellar. Washington, D.C., 1970 February 27, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-633A Handshake of Russell and unidentified woman. Washington, D.C., 1970 August 12, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-634Presidential classroom – Young Americans from Georgia with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1970 March 3, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-634A Group meets with Russell in President Pro Tempore office. Washington, D.C., 1970 March 3, 6.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-635Boy’s Nation, American Legion, Richard Russell with Stephen Daniel and Michael Haggerty. Washington, D.C., 1970 July 22, 8 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-636Moon-landing medallion presented to Russell by German-American National Congress. Washington, D.C., 1970 August 19, 4 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-637Russell on his scooter (electric cart) at the Capitol when his emphysema was worse. Washington, D.C., 1970 September 17, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-638Russell at the Naval Air Station in Key West during his Caribbean-Florida trip. Left to right: J. L. Temple, Richard Russell, D. F. Smith, Jr., V. P. O'Neal, and R. E. Gallatin. Key West, Florida, 1970 October 20, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-639Members of Satilla River delegation.Left to right seated: Bill Stuckey, Richard Russell, Marion Hay, Norman Dorminy; standing: J. O. Echols, B. C. Dorminy, Pete Gibson, Simon Grantham, B. Scott Johnson, Wesley Johnson, Sam Owens, T. E. Raulerson, and Max Harral. Washington, D.C., 1970 October, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-640Grumman F-14 aircraft publicity. New York, 1970 November, 10 (8x10") b/w, 35 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-641Donald Johnson, Richard Russell, and Pete Wheeler holding drawing of Georgia State War Veterans Home, nursing home facility named for Russell. Washington, D.C., 1970 September 21, 4 (8x10") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-643Group photo with Russell. Atlanta [?] [oversize], 1930s [?], (11x14") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-645Post office – Winder, Georgia [oversize], undated, (11x14") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-645Post office – Winder, Georgia [oversize], undated, (12x20") color matted
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OS 2RBR-PF-646Air Force Academy visit by Russell. Colorado Springs, Colorado [oversize], 1955 [?], (7½x9½") color matted
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OS 10RBR-PF-646Air Force Academy visit by Russell. Colorado Springs, Colorado [oversize], 1955 [?], (15.5x19.5") color matted
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OS 2RBR-PF-647Portrait of Gonzalo Natividad and Leola P. de Santos. San Luis Potosi, Mexico [oversize], 1948 November, (8x10") b/w matted
RBR-PF-648Handshake of Loy Turbeville and Russell [oversize], 1952 [?], (11x13") b/w
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7RBR-PF-649Speech by Russell to rehabilitation organization, undated, (8x10") b/w matted
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OS 2RBR-PF-650Wreck of a ship on the beach [oversize], undated, (7½x10") color
RBR-PF-651Unidentified ship. At sea [oversize], undated, (11x14") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-652Building of Finch, Alexander, Barnes, Rothchild and Paschal, Architects. Includes Coca Cola USA building, Coca Cola Garage, Atlanta Stadium, Cincinnati Stadium, Park Place, First National Building, Equitable Building, Fickling-Walker Building, Georgia Power Company, Phipps Plaza, Southeast Water Laboratory, IBM Huntsville, Alabama [oversize], 1969, 10 (11x14") b/w, 7 (11x14") color
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OS 2RBR-PF-653Unidentified conference with Richard Russell. Washington, D.C. [oversize], undated, 2 (11 x 14") b/w
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7RBR-PF-654National Guard technician’s visit. Washington, D.C., 1970 January 28, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-655Airplane and assorted military hardware, 1968 September [?], 12.0 (3½x5") color
RBR-PF-657American parachutists landing at Lae Airfield, New Guinea. Lae Airfield, New Guinea, 1943 September 5, (6½x10") b/w
RBR-PF-658Images of Atlanta put out by the Chamber of Commerce, including Gas Light Tower, Swan House, and Peachtree Center, Atlanta, Georgia, undated, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-659Princeton, Brumby home used by Harriette Brumby and W. J. Russell. Near Athens, Georgia, undated, (5x7") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-660Bust of Johnson by Matoba. Atlanta, Georgia, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-661Cherry Blossom Festival. Washington, D.C., undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-662Photos from the archives of Russell family, includes Athens home of Judge Russell [?], Richard Russell and Don Johnson, Russell family photo. Athens, Winder, Columbus and Tifton [?], Georgia, 1931-1932, 2 (5x7") b/w, 3 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-663Georgia Veteran’s Hospitals, VA Hospital affiliated with Emory University, VA Hospital in Dublin (Ga.), VA Hospital Augusta, G. M. and S. Hospital and Regional Office Medical Clinics in Atlanta. Atlanta, Augusta, and Dublin, Georgia, undated, 8.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-664Gorge at proposed Buford dam site. Buford dam site. Buford, Georgia, before 1957, (3½x5") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-665Veterans with Russell and Pilcher. Left to right: Cecil Frederick, Ralph Fendley, J. L. Pilcher, Mikie Wolff, Richard Russell, Jesse J. Wood, Jr., undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-666High school group with Russell. Washington, D.C., late 1960s, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-667Informal photo of Russell, undated, (5x8") color
RBR-PF-668Informal photos of Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1967, (4x5") color, (5x8") color
RBR-PF-669Handshake of James Byrnes and Richard Russell, 1930s, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-670Informal photos of Russell. Russell in group photo with unidentified people. Russell and Mr. Yoder holding a black [wax?] rooster. Russell and two unidentified women at a dinner. Russell and an unidentified man at a dinner.Washington, D.C.; New York, New York; Burlington, Vermont, undated, 4 (8x10") b/w, (5x8") color matted
RBR-PF-671Lockheed C-5 Galaxy and scissors bridge launcher built on an M60 tank. Ft. Bragg, N.C., 1970, 3.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-672Luncheon of Senator Russell and military men, undated, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-673Richard Russell with Naval War College representatives. Washington, D.C., undated, 2.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-674Carrier at sea with coast in the background, 1940s, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-676Portrait of Alan Bible, signed and inscribed, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-677Portrait of Alton Lennon, signed and inscribed, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-678Portrait of Edward William Russell (1788-1863), original 1854, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-679Portrait of Edwin C. Johnson, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-680Portraits of Harry G. Thornton, signed and inscribed, undated, (7½x9½") b/w, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-681Portrait of James A. Farley, signed and inscribed, undated, (7½x10") b/w
RBR-PF-682Maurice Constant portrait of Russell, undated, (8x10") b/w, 6 (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-683Portrait of Russell, undated, 3.0 (8x10")
RBR-PF-684Press conference of Russell and Kennedy. Washington, D.C., 1960s, (5 x 7)[all missing]
RBR-PF-685Rembrandt Peale’s painting “John C. Calhoun” photo reproduction. Charleston, S.C., undated, (3.5x5") b/w
RBR-PF-686Riverboat trip on the Mississippi from Memphis to the New Orleans, signed, 1950 November 22 [?], (8x10") color
RBR-PF-687Lockheed visit – Plant number 6, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-688Testimony of Russell. Washington, D.C., 1950s, (7x9") b/w
RBR-PF-689Watkinsville Soil and Water Conservation Lab. Watkinsville, Georgia, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-690White House rooms. Washington, D.C., undated, 7.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-691Scrapbook of Hawthorne School of Aeronautics, undated, 22.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-692Baseball scene from magazine used as an analogy by Bill Jenner, undated
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OS 2RBR-PF-693Fishing trip by Russell [oversize], undated, (8x10") color matted
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7RBR-PF-694Pakistan Ambassador Agha Hilaly and Air Marshall Malik Nur Khan meet with Russell. Washington, D.C., late 1960s, (8x10") color
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OS 2RBR-PF-695“Twin Guardians of Peace” – Two Submarines. At sea [oversize], undated, (11x13") color
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OS 4RBR-PF-696Stone Mountain. Atlanta, Georgia [oversize], undated, (15x18") sepia
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OS 2RBR-PF-696Stone Mountain. Atlanta, Georgia [oversize], undated, (8x30") sepia
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mapcase1RBR-PF-697Valley Scene [oversize], undated, (14x37") sepia
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OS 4RBR-PF-698Warm Springs pool with swimmers. Warm Springs, Georgia [oversize], undated, (15x18") sepia
RBR-PF-699Georgia State Capitol building. Atlanta, Georgia [oversize], undated, (10½x13") color
RBR-PF-700Lockheed aerial view. Marietta, Georgia [oversize], undated, (16x20") color
RBR-PF-701Quarry in operation [oversize], undated, (15x18") sepia
RBR-PF-702Lane Brothers photo of Russell with school class. Atlanta, Georgia [?] [oversize], 1930s, (14x16½") b/w
RBR-PF-703Swamp scene [oversize], undated, (15x18") sepia
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OS 2RBR-PF-704Luncheon of fish and chicken – Russell and two men, Big Eddy Club [oversize], 1933 July, (10x13") b/w
RBR-PF-705William H. "Bill" Darden judicial portrait, signed and inscribed [oversize], after 1967, (7½x9½") color
RBR-PF-707Portrait of Julien Firant [?], signed and inscribed [oversize], undated, (10x13") b/w
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7RBR-PF-708Harris and Ewing portrait of Carl Hayden [?] Washington, D.C., before 1930, (9x13") sepia
RBR-PF-709Harris and Ewing portrait of Senator William B. Umstead, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C., undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-710Portrait of Charles Andrews of Florida, signed and inscribed, 1936-1946, (8½x11½") b/w
RBR-PF-711Portrait of Hoke Smith, undated, (5½x7½") b/w
RBR-PF-712Office staff of Senator Russell, signed. Jean Smith, Marjorie Warren, Mary Parrish Viccellio, Margaret Appleby, Martha Brown, Ann Norman. Washington, D.C., 1946 [?], (8x10") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-712Office staff of Senator Russell signed, 1963 [?]
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7RBR-PF-713Portrait of Malcolm Tarver, signed, undated, (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-714Portrait of Francis T. Maloney, signed and inscribed, before 1945, (6x8") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-715Harris and Ewing portrait of Paul Brown, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C. [oversize], undated, (9x13") sepia
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7RBR-PF-716Rescue Boat “FO Edward Bagwell” Florida [?], after 1943, (7½x9½") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-717Woods and beach scene [oversize], undated, (11x17") b/w
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SRRBR-PF-718Harris and Ewing portrait of Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., undated, (9x13")
RBR-PF-719Portrait of President Eisenhower, signed and inscribed, undated, (7½x9") color
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SR OSRBR-PF-720Secretaries of military branches, John B. Connally, Roswell Gilpatric, Robert McNamara, Lyndon Johnson, Elvis Jacob Stahr, Eugene M. Zuckert view while President John F. Kennedy signs bill, signed and inscribed to Russell from each person in attendance. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1961, (16x20") color
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SRRBR-PF-721Congress addressed by President Kennedy. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1961-1963, (10½x13") color
RBR-PF-722Unidentified woman talking to Lyndon Johnson and Richard Russell. Washington, D.C. [oversize], undated, (10½x13") b/w
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7RBR-PF-723AHEPA 20th anniversary speech by Russell. Washington, D.C., 1935-1936 [?], 2 (5x7") b/w
RBR-PF-724Portrait of Russell by Babs. Washington, D.C., 1969-1970, 2 (4x5") b/w
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12RBR-PF-724Portrait of Russell by Babs. Washington, D.C., 1969-1970., [26x27" framed]
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7RBR-PF-725Portrait of Senator John Sherman Cooper, signed and enscribed, undated, (8x10") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-726Winder office portrait of Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1952, (10 x 13)
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SRRBR-PF-728Portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson and family, signed and inscribed. Washington, D.C. [oversize], 1960s, (7½x9½") color
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7RBR-PF-729“Georgia Giant” interview of Russell by Suit. Washington, D.C., 1969 September, 2 (8x10") color
RBR-PF-730Personal - Miscellaneous. Fort Taylor carriages, walls, Sally port, barracks, cannisters of 9 lb. balls. Mrs. George P. Murray unveiling framed photo of Russell and letter. Winder courthouse and midland steam engine. Winder, Georgia and Key West, Florida, 1962, 1970, 6 (8x10") b/w, 3 (3½x5") color, (5x7") color
RBR-PF-731Political series miscellaneous. Jesse Gillmore and his wife Dena. Jesse Gillmore in U.S. Army in front of destroyed buildings. Fred Hammond and woman on steps of capitol in Madison, Wisconsin. Group photo of black and white men eating togther "This is one of the many pictures circulated in Ga. during recent Governors campaign in Ga. This picture was said to have been taken at the University of Ga. at a dinner given by the Rosenwald Fund. The bitter campaign issue was about the teaching of Racial Education in Ga. In this picture is said to be McWhorton the Mayor of Athens, Dr. Marvin Pittman of the Statesboro Ga Girls College and Dr. Walter D. Cocking of the University of Ga." Portrait of A. G. Schindler, Dayton Beach. Air view of Ferndale, Washington. Portrait of Stephen Troncone. Twin Oaks Drive-in, Brunswick, 1942-1966, (1x1½") b/w stamp, 2 (3x4") b/w, (2x3") b/w, (2½x5") b/w, (4x5") b/w, (3½x5½") b/w, (2½x4") b/w
RBR-PF-732Speech/Media series. Lockheed Jet Star. C-5 Galaxy. Scenes of brutality in he Congo-Katanga conflict. Carlton Cowell and Abe W. Pruitt at Tesnatee Gap. Unveiling of the Richard B. Russell Scenic Highway, 1961-1970, 5 (8x10") b/w, 2 (5x7") b/w
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8RBR-PF-733Political patronage – Russell office A-B. Charles Allen Thomas, Anthony McNunnia Arnold, Terrence Adamson, James Edwin Bacon, Evan A. Ballard, Jacob Bell, John Terry Brown, Charles Battle, George Bradley, Douglas Richard Ballard, Charles Baldwin, Harry Butler, Merrill Boyce, Henry Bray, John J. Bryant, James Benton III, Robert Branham, Christopher Borders, Penny Wayne Buffington, Henry Alton Bridges, and David Blackshear (folder 1 of 7), 1959-1970, 4 (1.75x2.25), (2.75x2.75), 3 (2.5x3"), 3 (2.25x3.25"), 10 (2.5x3.5"), (3x4"), (3.5x5")
RBR-PF-733Political patronage – Russell office C-D. Francis Lewis Carter, Harold Otis Crawford Jr., Ken Carlton, John Camolli, David Crocket, Henry Nash Carrier, Charles Campbell, Dan K. Chalker, Richard Covington, Barney Joe Durrance Jr., John F. Dring, Walker Brown Davis, Robert Tracy Dixon, Charles Kirkpatrick Douglas, Donald Dixon, Bob Daniel Jr., Reginald Denton, Linton R. Dunson, Albert H. Dallas, Richard Wayne Davidson, Sidney Stewart Derrick, John Lawrence Dixon, Michael Franklin Digby, Sam R. Dunlap (folder 2 of 7), 1959-1970, (1.5x2"), (2.5x2.5"), 3 (2.25x3.25"), (3x3.5"), 14 (2.5x3.5"), 2 (2.5x4"), (3.5x5"), (4x4")
RBR-PF-733Political patronage – Russell office E-F. William H. Eubanks Jr., Timothy Andrew Eastling, Wayne Eley, Tom Maurice Fazlollah, Charles Flynn, Jenny Glenn, Richard Larry Greene, Donald Kelvin Gordon, Don Raymond Gordon, Franklin Gelzer Jr., James Goodroe, Jerry Griffin, Ricky Green, Walter C. Hamner, David Hudson, Charles Harmon, Richard Henday, Marvin Handy, James Hilburn, Frank Howden, Allen Hammock, Vernon Nathanial Hamsford, John Henry Hatcher, James Robert Hurley, Julian Howard Hinesley, Rutherford Harris, Preston Harris Hines, William House, David Hirsch, Judd Herndon, Donald Ray Harkleroad, Foy Horne (folder 3 of 7), 1959-1970, 2 (1.5x2"), (1.5x2.25"), 2 (2.5x2.5"), 19 (2.5x3.5"), 3 (3.25x4.25"), 3 (3.5x3.5"), (3.5x5"), (8x10")
RBR-PF-733Political patronage – Russell office I-L Charles Clark Ivey, M. David Jordan, Felton Jenkins, James Jeter, Hamilton Jordan, Roy Robinson Kelly III, Dan Kendrick, Wyck Knox, Douglas Wilson Kessler, Robert E. Knox, Douglas Kidd, Kelly Kidd, David Klassen, Davis Laney, William Leven, Marshall Lichtenstein, John Kenneth Luke, Billy Lee, Lighton Woodward Lang (folder 4 of 7), 1959-1970, 3 (1.5x2"), 12 (2.5x3.5"), (2.75x4.75"), (3x4"), (3.5x4.5"), (3.5x5")
RBR-PF-733Political patronage – Russell office M-P. Frank Norton, James Prather, Leo Portney, James Mimbs, Douglas Mathis, W. K. Malone, Wallace Matthews, John B. Miller, Donald P. Maulenberg, James Mcintyre, John D. Messer, Robert W. Miller, James Morawetz, Thomas Maxwell Mundy, Malcolm McArthur, Johnny Baxter Mostiler,George Edward Mundy, Chris Marsh, Frank Metcalf, John Morton, O. C. Martin III, Thomas Malone, Cleve Miller, John Neighbors, Walter Hunter New, Wayne F. Orr, Richard J. Oden, Cleonard Pittman, Michael Purnell, E. Murray Poole, Larry Lamar Pettigrew, Edwin R. Pullen, Claude Peacock, Jack Phelps, Jack Peppers, Leo Portney, James Parrish, Robert Pannell, Eugene Parker (folder 5 of 7), 1959-1970, (1.5x1.5"), 4 (1.25x2.25"), (2x2.25"), 25 (2.5x3.5"), (3.5x3.5"), 3 (3.25x4.25"), (3.5x5"), 3 (5x7")
RBR-PF-733Political patronage – Russell office R-S. Robert Richard, David Roper, Trey Riberon, Edwin Reynolds, Clayton Ramsey, Montfort Stokes Ray, Ernie Robinson, Thomas Steele, Penny Jackson Simpson III, Ray Garrett Stephens, Terrance Sullivan, Sidney Harris Shingler, McLeod Stockbridge, Stanton J. Shapiro, Frank Earl Stancil, Archil Yow Stokes, James Smith, Vick Smith, Daniel Josie Scarborough III, William Beck Simpson, William Shepherd, Ellison Dunn Stapleton, Homer Scarborough Jr., Joe Thorpe Spence, Benny Widley Stephens, Edward Scott Sell III (folder 6 of 7), 1959-1970, (1x1"), (1.75x2.25"), 23 (2.5x3.5"), (3.5x5")
RBR-PF-733Political patronage – Russell office T-W. William Carroll Tinsley, Jeptha Reid Tanksley, Elliott Ray Taylor, James Williard Thompson, Otis Guy Turner, Rodney Vickers, William Alvin Young, Robert W. Young, James Edward Westmoreland III, William C. Warren, Jay Wilson, William Benson, Julius Edward Wall, Ricky Alan Wilson, Allen Wallace, M. Kent Walton, Christopher Know Withers, George Robert Wood, Paul T. Woody, Gerald Dwight Whitaker (folder 7 of 7), 1959-1970, 2 (1.25x1.75"), (1.5x2.5"), 14 (2.5x3.5"), (3.5x4"), 2 (3.5x5"), (5x7")
RBR-PF-734Political Patronage – miscellaneous. Portrait of Arthur Murphey; Portrait of Ronald Peacock; Portrait of Allen S. Jackson Jr.; Matthew Gilmour, Lucinda Gilmour, and William Howell Gilmour skiing in Faralleones, Chile, 1953, 1963-1967, (2x3") b/w, (2½x3½") b/w, (3½x4½") b/w, (1½x2)" color
RBR-PF-735Official series. Georgia Cotton Producers Association truckload of uncompressed cotton. U.S.S. Telfair. Jackson Scott and his two brothers in military uniform. Army trucks. Pictorial history fo San Angelo flooding (1936). Progress on building Chatham County 4-H Camp.Group photo of the Junior Red Cross, Newport News, Virginia. New American Alaska log cabin and shorline. Cartoon, "code name Woody." Portrait of Leon Grayson, Superior Provost Court, Okinawa. Miss Emma Greg. Marion Allen presents check to Baxter Maddox. Christian College of Georiga, Athens. Deaerating feed water heater under construction in Condenser Service and Engineering Co. Anges Poli. Portraits of John Inman Bell, Harry Dearman Wise, Donald Jay Napoli, Leroy Jones Smith. Portrait of Ray C. Lockhard on a stamp. Ship H. F. Alexander. House in Oakdale subdivision, Albany, Ga. showing flooding. Portrait of Juliet Cox Coleman. Overhead of Vidalia airport. Ouzts family portrait. Portrait of H. W. Veal. [?] Glover, Richard Sims, and Dr. L. G. Neal Jr. next to sign "Site of Richard B. Russell Scenic Highway." Arlette Stratton in front of a civic center during Governor George Romney's inauguration. Model of "America-in-Miniature" park. Grave of General William Irvin. Boy Scout bus, Forest Park, Georgia. Stg. Logsdon with children in Kontum hospital and giving rare type B blood to save Vietnamese woman's life. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Whelchel meet Lyndon Johnson in Columbia, Tennessee. Col. and Mrs. Harry L. Bush, William W. Bush, and Dr. Harry L. Bush, Jr. FG-1D in hanger. P-63 and P-51 on runway, 1936, 1943-1968, 9 (small various) b/w, 2 (3x3") color, (3.25x4.25") color, 7 (3x5") b/w, (3.5x5.25") color, 3 (3.5x5.75") b/w, 5 (5x7") b/w, (5x7") color, (7x9") b/w, 12 (8x10") b/w, (8x10") color
RBR-PF-736Civil Rights series. Deputy registers engaged in registering citizens of Columbia to vote. Three African Americans voting at booths outside. Army PFC Willie J. Thomas, Fort Benning. Sign placed by Rev. T. J. Hanie, Tucker, Georgia, "say no to integration and amen to segregation." Grove Avenue Baptist Churc television choir. Tourists at Lewis-Clark Cove, Montana. Portrait of Rev. Seaborn Campbell. Negro schools in Georgia. African American men in line to vote for county commissioner, Milledgeville. Irvin Thomas Ragsdale. B. W. Middlebrook and employees at Dixie Paper Shell Pecan Exchange, Barnesville. Negro school in Barnesville. Stonewall Jackson Confederate Cemetary and marker of Jacob B. Wheeler monument, Griffin. Confederate monument downtown Griffin. African American church near Reedmont. Portrait of Urban Schlitz. Damage to Georgia Pecan Groves. Portrait of Robert G. Washington. John W. Ford. African American members of the State of Louisiana Convention and Assembly (1868) reproduction. Erbie Lee Johnson family portrait, 1955-1965, (2x3") b/w, (3x3") color, 2 (3.5x3.5") color, 16 (5x3.25") b/w, 2 (4x5") b/w, (4x6") b/w, 5 (3.5x5.5") b/w, 4 (6.5x8.5") b/w, 2 (5x7") b/w, 2 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-737Military Installation series. Construction of Ft. Gordon Southeastern Signal School Complex. Proposed helicopter school site. Buildings in Douglas, Georgia. Grassy Pondy Recreation Area, Moody AFB. Air view of Bainbridge Air Base. Liquor store at Ft. Benning. Portrait of Bonnie Davis, 1955-1968, 14 (8x10") b/w, 4 (5x7") b/w, (2.5x3.5") color
RBR-PF-738International series. E. R. Russell and Wallace Russell, Brooksville, Florida. Sudhir Gosh and Mahatma Gandhi. Captured civilian oceanographer from U.S.S. Pueblo, Dunnie Richard Tuck Jr., in North Korean prison clothing. 3 servicemen captured by North Korea from U.S.S. Pueblo. Tom and Sam Merritt. Geraldine Conway. Sign, "Thank you U.S. men fighting in Viet Nam." Colombian volunteers undergoing military training in hills of Bogota and 2000 volunteers stage torch light parade calling for liberation of Cuba. 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, missions over North Vietnam, 1962-1968, 2 (2.5x3.5") b/w, 2 (3x4") b/w, 2 (3x5") b/w, (3x5") color, 10 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-739Legislative series – Armed Services and Agriculture Committees. Experimental Tedder type peanut digger (1943). Idaho bean fields experiencing destruction from curly top virus carried by beet leaf hoppers. Portrait of Irving Gumbel. Preliminary study Public Health Service Communicable Disease Center. Trailer home of Mrs. Augusta Thomas, Savannah. Thomas F. Eagleton. Portraits of Harry Feehan, Herman Hevener, Lawson B. Knott Jr., and Col. Kenneth E. Belieu. Unloading 100 lb. bombs from S.S. Monterey in Dammam, Saudi Arabia (1956). Jet Star plane in flight. Southern Forest Fire Reasearch Laboratory. Model of Westinghouse Atomic Electric Power Plant. Charts demonstrating yeilds of beef fed on different rations (Coastal Bermuda excelled), 1943-1959, 6 (8 x 10), (5x7") b/w, (3½x5") b/w, 2 (3½x3½") b/w, 2 (3x4") b/w, 2 (2½x3½") b/w, (2½x2½") b/w, (1x2") b/w
RBR-PF-739ALegislative series – Armed Services and Agriculture Committees. Images from dossier prepared on the development of aeronautical and space sciences in the U.S. for Lyndon Johnson, 1960, 5.0 (8x10") b/w
RBR-PF-750Congressman McSween and Russell, 1960 May 3, 2(4 x 5") negatives
RBR-PF-751Trumpet player with Lyndon Johnson and Russell Long. Washington, D.C., 1961 July 12, (4x5") negative, 2 (2x2") negatives
RBR-PF-752Airplane model held by Russell. Washington, D.C., 1965 September 30, 3(2 x 2") negatives
RBR-PF-753Interns in the Russell office. Washington, D.C., 1962 September 21 and 1963 March 13, 3(2 x 2") negatives
RBR-PF-754Georgia pine at the Capitol. Washington, D.C., 1963 November 13, 4(2 x 2") negatives
RBR-PF-755Concentration of Negro population, 1964 March 13, 5 (2x2") negatives
RBR-PF-756Georgia’s Hi-Y youth government delegate and Russell. Washington, D.C., 1965 June 28, (2x2") negative
RBR-PF-757Northside girls talk government with Russell. Washington, D.C., 1965 August 4, 2 (4x5") negatives
RBR-PF-7584-H Club Conference. Washington, D.C., 1968 April 25, 3(2 x 2") negatives
RBR-PF-759Chicken wins taste test. Washington, D.C., 1969 June 24, 2 (2x2") negatives
RBR-PF-760New U.S. judges in D.C. Washington, D.C., 1968 July 25, (2x2") negative
RBR-PF-762Mother Russell with children and grandchildren. Winder, Georgia, 1950, 2 (4x5") color negatives
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OS 4RBR-PF-763Members of the Georgia House of Representatives poster, 1929-1930 . Russell’s photo in center as Speaker of the House [oversize], 1929-1930, (15x19") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-764Photograph of the Little White House at Warm Springs, Georgia [oversize], undated, (11x14") color
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OS 10RBR-PF-765Unidentified man, three-quarter portrait, possibly a commercial sample [oversize], undated, (20x24") b/w
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8RBR-PF-766Photos of Federal Building in Winder, Georgia. A) Front side and entrance; B) Closer view of side, undated, 2.0 (8x10") color
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SR OSRBR-PF-767President Truman signing the ‘National Security Act Amendments of 1949’, The White House. Autographed by Truman, 1949 August 10, (20 x 24), b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-768Members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations, 83rd Congress, Full committee pictured, autographed by each member [oversize], January 1953, (20x23") b/w
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OS 2RBR-PF-769Kiwanis International – Winder, Georgia. Group photo of membership, 1965-1966. Russell included in group [oversize], September 1966, (11x14") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-770Membership photo of Georgia Senate, 1961-1962. Ernest Vandiver was Governor and Garland T. Byrd was Lt. Governor [oversize], 1961-1962, 2.0 (16x20") b/w , 2(16 x 19.5") b/w
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mapcase1RBR-PF-770Membership photo of Georgia House of Representatives, 1961-1962. Ernest Vandiver was Governor and Garland T. Byrd was Lt. Governor [oversize], 1961-1962, 2.0 (20x30") b/w
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OS 4RBR-PF-770AMembership photo of Georgia Senate, 1966 session. Carl Sanders was Governor, Peter Zack Geer was Lt. Governor [oversize], 1966, 2.0 (16x19") b/w , 2(16 x 19") b/w
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OS 10RBR-PF-771Georgia Forestry Commission photos: A) Seed orchard-grafted slash pine and B) prepared for grafting. Labeled on mat [oversize], undated, 2(8 x 10) color matted
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OS 4RBR-PF-772Georgia Shipbuilding Corp., St. Marys. Trial run of PGM-33 [oversize], circa 1954, (14x16") color
RBR-PF-773Guided missile testing or firing [oversize], undated, (16x20") color
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8RBR-PF-774Georgia House of Representatives individual photographs of the membership, . S. Ernest Vandiver was Governor and George L. Smith was Lt. Governor., 1961-1962, 2(20 x 30), b/w [missing]
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mapcase1RBR-PF-775Members of the Georgia House of Representatives individual photographs of membership in 1966 session. Carl Sanders was Governor and George T. Smith was Lt. Governor [oversize], 1966, 2.0 (20x33") b/w
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mapcase2RBR-PF-776Stone Mountain. Atlanta, Georgia [oversize], 1966, (30x40") color
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OS 10RBR-PF-777White Columns in Atlanta, home of radio and TV station, WSB, undated, (16 x 20) color
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8RBR-PF-778A-DHall County, Georgia classroom with stove, wooden desks and single light bulb, 1945, (8x10") b/w, 3 (4x6") b/w
RBR-PF-779A-BRichard B. Russell, Jr. for President campaign parade, Athens, Georgia, "Russell, U of GA's Man" sign hung at arch, 1952, 2.0 (5x7") b/w
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15Unidentified photographs removed from Series XV
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OS 11Negatives for Georgia's Man in Washington
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OS 514Russell Children with their Mother, Housekeeper, and Governness, circa 1905
P9Portraits of Russell, undated
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OS 41Computer rendering of a building, undated
2Korea U.S.S. Missouri 16 inch Gun, 1950
3Seated Portrait of Russell, undated
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OS 10Portrait of Russell with his mother, Ina Dillard Russell, 1952
Military and government officials in front of an airplane, undated
Unidentified stony mountain, undated
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OS 12United States Capitol Building, Washington, D.C., aerial view [oversize], undated
Minnie's Lake, Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia [oversize], undated
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SR OSMaurice Constant portrait of Russell [oversize], undated
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OSOS 1Signed portrait of Proctor Jones, 1966
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5Three portraits of Russell (together in 1 mat), undated
B. Winder Photographs
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8RBRW-PF-00A Portrait of Phoebe Dillard Durchen, 1840-1859, (5 x 6¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-00B Portraits of Fielding and Frances America Chaffin Dillard, 1860-1880, 2 (3¼ x 4¼)
RBRW-PF-00C Portraits of Susan Sarah Way Russell, circa 1870-1884, 2 (3½ x 4), 3 (5 x 7), (8 x 10)
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OS 5RBRW-PF-00CPortrait of Susan Sarah Way Russell, circa 1870-1884, 1(8.25 x 11) b/w
RBRW-PF-008 Portraits of Judge Richard B. Russell, Sr., circa 1920-1938, (10 x 12) b/w
RBRW-PF-009 Honeymoon of Richard and Ina Russell. Niagara Falls, New York, 1891 June 24, (8 x 10") b/w
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8 RBRW-PF-09A Child’s Portrait, Atlanta, Georgia, 1895-1905, 2 (4¼ x 6½)
RBRW-PF-10 Infant portrait of RBR, Jr., Winder, Georgia, 1898 July 1, 1(5¼ x 7¼) sepia, 1(7¼ x 9) b/w
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-10A University of Georgia class of 1879 reunion, circa 1899, (11¼ x 14) b/w
RBRW-PF-011 Winder home where Richard B. Russell, Jr. was born. Winder, Georgia, 1902 June 24, 1(8x10) b/w matted
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-11B Meeting of Royal Arcanum, 1908. Chicago, Illinois, 1908 May 21, 1(14 x 17) b/w
RBRW-PF-12 Christening of Walter and twins. Winder, Georgia, 1908 July-August, 1(12 x 14) b/w
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8 RBRW-PF-12A William John Russell; Cadet, 1908-1914, 1(3¼ x 5½), 2(3½ x 5½) sepia
RBRW-PF-12B Portrait of Frances America Chaffin Dillard, Farm Hill, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, 1909, 1(2½ x 4¼) sepia
RBRW-PF-12C Boy on railroad tracks, 1909-1914, 1(2¼ x 3¼) sepia
RBRW-PF-12D Brown and Riley in Town, 1909-1914, 1(2¼ x 3½) sepia, 6(2½ x 3½) b/w
RBRW-PF-12E City Hall, Marietta, Georgia, 1909-1914, 1(3 x 4½) sepia
RBRW-PF-12F Confederate monument, 1909-1914, 1(3 x 4 1/2) b/w, 2(3 x 4 ½) sepia
RBRW-PF-12G Cross Tie Layer, 1909-1914, 1(3 x 3½) sepia
RBRW-PF-12H Frances Marguerite Russell and Friends, Winder, Georgia, 1909-1914, 5(2½ x 3½), 6(2½ x 4) sepia, 1(3 x 4) b/w
RBRW-PF-12I Friends of Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. Folder I (couples), 1909-1915, [3 folders] 1(1 x 1), 1(1 x 1¼), 1(1 x 3¼), 1(1¼ x 3¼) 1(2¼ x 3¼), 2(2¼ x 3¼), 6(2½ x 3½), 5(2½ x 4¼), 1(3 x 4½), 1(3¼ x 5½), 3(3½ x 5½), 1(2¼ x 3), 2(2¼ x 3¼), 4(2¼ x 3½), 2(2½ x 3½), 1(2½ x 4¼), 1(3 x 4¼), 2(3 x 4), 5(3 x 4½), 3(3 x 5); 4 negatives.
RBRW-PF-12J Gordon Institute – Academic Building, Barnesville, Georgia, 1909-1915, 1(2½ x 3½) sepia
RBRW-PF-12K Jordan House, 1909-1915, (2¼ x 3½), negative
RBRW-PF-12L On the fence, 1909-1915, 2(2¼ x 3¼) sepia
RBRW-PF-12M Outings, 1909-1915, (2½ x 4¼), (3 x 4½); b/w, (2¼ x 3¼), (2½ x 4¼), (3 x 5), 3(4 x 6) [missing all]
RBRW-PF-12N Railroad station, Winder, Georgia, 1909-1915, 13 (2 x 3), 2(2 1/4 x 3 1/4), 4(2 1/2 x 3 1/2), 2(2 1/2 x 4), 2(3 1/2 x 5 1/2), 1(2 3/4 x 3 3/4), 1(3 x 4 3/4)
RBRW-PF-12O Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. and friends, undated, 1(2½ x 3½), 8(2 x 3), 1(2¼ x 3), 5(2¼ x 3¼), 1(2½ x 4), 4(2½ x 4¼), 1(3 x 4), 2(3 x 5), 2(3½ x 5½) [missing all]
RBRW-PF-12P Russell House, Winder, Georgia, 1909-1915, 1(2¼ x 3¼), 1(2½ x 3½), 1(2½ x 4), 1(3 x 4½)
RBRW-PF-12Q Train Trip, 1909-1915, 8(2½ x 4¼), 1(2¼ x 3¼), 3(3 x 4 3/4)
RBRW-PF-013 Barefoot portrait of Richard B. Russell, Jr., 1910, 1(2¼ x 3¼)
RBRW-PF-13A Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. with friends, 1910, 1(2½ x 3½), 3(3 x 5)
RBRW-PF-13B Meeting of Royal Arcanum and Coney Island visit, Montreal, Canada and Coney Island, New York, 1910 May, 1(3½ x 5½)
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OS 6RBRW-PF-13BMeeting of Royal Arcanum and Coney Island visit, Montreal, Canada and Coney Island, New York, 1910 May, (16 x 20") b/w
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8 RBRW-PF-13C Crowd Scene, Barnesville, Georgia?, 1910-1915, 1(3 x 4½) b/w
RBRW-PF-014 Brothers and Sisters of Richard B. Russell, Jr. in yard of Niblack House, 1911, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-14A Brothers, sisters, and playmates, 1912 February and April, 1(1 x 1), 1(1 x 1¼), 4(1¼ x 1¼); 4(1¼ x 1¼), 1(3½ x 5½)
RBRW-PF-14B Children and soldier, 1912 October, 2(3¼ x 5½)
RBRW-PF-14C Portrait of Sara Smith, 1912 December 22, 1(3 x 4)
RBRW-PF-14D Mary Willie Russell at Georgia State College for Women, Milledgeville, Georgia, 1912-1913, 2(3 x 4) b/w
RBRW-PF-14E Portrait of Rebecca, Milledgeville, Georgia, 1913, 1(1 x 1)
RBRW-PF-14F Acrobatics, 1913-1915, 1(3 x 4½), 5(3½ x 5½) b/w
RBRW-PF-14G Allie Myrick and others at Russell house, Winder, Georgia, 1913-1915, 2(2½ x 4½), 1(2¼ x 3¼), 1(3 x 4½), 1(3½ x 5½)
RBRW-PF-14H Friends of Richard Brevard Russell, 1913-1915 Folder I, 1913-1915, 29 various sizes
RBRW-PF-14I Friends of Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. – Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School, Folder I – Powder Springs, Georgia, 1913-1915, 22 various sizes
RBRW-PF-14J Gordon Cadets, 1913-1915, 1(2¼ x 3¼), 3(3 x 4½)
RBRW-PF-14K Lookout Mountain Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1913-1915, 3(3¼ x 4½), 2(3½ x 5½) b/w
RBRW-PF-14L “Rock City scene ‘near home’”, 1913-1915, 1(2½ x 4¼) sepia
RBRW-PF-14M Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School, Powder Springs, Georgia, 1913-1915, 2(2½ x 3½) sepia
RBRW-PF-14N Portrait of Zelma Stark, Winder, Georgia [?], 1913-1916, 1(2½ x 3½)
RBRW-PF-14O Laura Warren and friend, 1914 January 8, 1(2½ x 3) b/w
RBRW-PF-14P Friends from Seventh District Agricultural and Industrial School, Powder Springs, Georgia, undated, 1(2¼ x 4), 10(2½ x 4¼)
RBRW-PF-14Q Outings 1914, 1914 May-June, 12 various sizes
RBRW-PF-14R Marguerite and Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. with friends, Powder Springs, Georgia, 1914 June, 4(3 x 4½) sepia, 4(3 x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-14S Swimming hole, 1914 June, 2(3 x 4½) sepia, 2(3 x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-14T Friends at Russell house, Winder, Georgia, 1914 August, 9(3 x 4½)
RBRW-PF-14U Ian Dillard and Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. and friends, Winder, Georgia, 1914 November, 20 various sizes
RBRW-PF-14V Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School football team, Powder Springs, Georgia, 1914 December, 1(3½ x 5½) b/w
RBRW-PF-14W Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School class of 1914, Powder Springs, Georgia, 1914, 1(5 x 6)
RBRW-PF-14X Cedartown and Rockmart, Georgia, 1914, 6(3 x 4½)
RBRW-PF-14Y Russell and Forrester in Confederate Cemetery, Marietta, Georgia, 1914, 1(2¼ x 4), 4(3½ x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-14Z Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School, Powder Springs, Georgia, 1914, 4(2½ x 4¼)
RBRW-PF-14AA Social events, 1914, 2(2½ x 4¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-14BB Three friends, 1914, 1(2½ x 4½) b/w
RBRW-PF-14CC Group of boys and girls, 1915 March, 2(3 x 4½)
RBRW-PF-14DD Friends of Richard Brevard Russell, Jr., 1915 September, 12 various sizes
RBRW-PF-14EE Russell family reunion, Winder, Georgia, 1915 November-December, 6(3 x 4½)
RBRW-PF-15 Gordon Institute photo copies, 1915, 1(2½ x 3), 2(2½ x 3¼)
RBRW-PF-15A Portrait of unidentified girl, 1915, 1(1¼ x 1¼)
RBRW-PF-15B Camping trip, 1915-1916, 3(3½ x 3½) sepia, 2(4 x 4) b/w
RBRW-PF-15C Portrait of unidentified boy, 1915-1916, 3(3½ x 3½) sepia
RBRW-PF-15D Russell family 1915-1918, Winder, Georgia, 1915-1918, 11 various sizes
RBRW-PF-15E Camping trip, Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School class of 1914 Austell, Georgia, 1916 May-June, 5(2½ x 4¼), 1(3 x 4), 9(3 x 4¼)
RBRW-PF-15F Russell brothers, Winder, Georgia, 1916, 1(2½ x 3½)
RBRW-PF-15G Russell’s parents on porch, Winder, Georgia, 1916, 1(2½ x 3½)
RBRW-PF-15H Friends at Russell home 1917, Winder, Georgia, 1917 August-September, 6(3½ x 6) sepia
RBRW-PF-15I Portrait of Richard Brevard Russell Jr., 1917-1918, 1(4 x 6)
RBRW-PF-15J University Days, 1917-1918, Winder, Georgia, 1917-1918, 1(2½ x 4¼), 3 (2 x 3), 1(2 x 3¼)
RBRW-PF-15K Winter outing, 1918 January, 6(3 x 4½), 1(3 x 5)
RBRW-PF-16 University of Georgia – Pandora portrait of Russell, Athens, Georgia, 1918 January-April, 6 various sizes
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OS 5RBRW-PF-16University of Georgia – Pandora portrait of Russell, Athens, Georgia, 1918 [?], 3(11 x 14") b/w
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8 RBRW-PF-16A Swimming friends, 1918 June, 3(2½ x 4¼), 1(3 x 5), 2(3¼ x 5), 5(3¼ x 5½)
RBRW-PF-16B Automobile outing, 1918 August, 3(2½ x 4¼), 4(3 x 4½), 2(3 x 5)
RBRW-PF-16C University Days 1918, 1918 September, 30 various sizes
RBRW-PF-17 Seaman apprentice Richard B. Russell, Jr., 1918 December 19, 10(2 x 2½)
RBRW-PF-17A Informal portraits of Richard Brevard Russell, Jr., 1918, 5(2 x 2½)
RBRW-PF-17B Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. and friends, 1918, 3(2½ x 4) sepia
RBRW-PF-17B1 Reunion of the Russell Family 1920, Winder, Georgia, 1920 December 25, 20(4½ x 6) b/w
RBRW-PF-17C Portraits of Richard Brevard Russell, Sr., circa 1920, 3(7½ x 9½), 1(8 x 10)
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OS 5RBRW-PF-17CPortraits of Richard Brevard Russell, Sr., circa 1920, (10.5 x 13.5") b/w
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8 RBRW-PF-17D Russell house 1922, Winder, Georgia, 1922 January 1, 1(3½ x 4½) sepia
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-018 Judge Russell and his brothers, 1923, 2(11½ x 13½) b/w
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9 RBRW-PF-020 Representative of the Georgia legislature, Richard B. Russell, Jr. Atlanta, Georgia, 1925-1926, 1928-1930, 1(2½ x 2½), 2(3½ x 5½), 1(4 x 6), 1(4¼ x 7¼), 3(5 x 7), 1(5 x 8), 2(6½ x 8½), 2(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-21A Friends of Richard Brevard Russell, Jr. Winder, Georgia, 1926, 1(3¼ x 5), 6(3½ x 6), 1(3 x 5 1/2)
RBRW-PF-21B North Carolina visit, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1927 March 24, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-21C Russell family reunion 1927, Winder, Georgia, 1927 June 1-8, 9(3 ½ x 6)
RBRW-PF-21D Legion convention – European trip Folder I – S.S. Levithan, 1927 September 10-16, 28 various sizes
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-21E Law school class, University of Georgia, 1927. Athens, Georgia, 1927 March, 1(11½ x 13½) b/w
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-21F Faculty, staff and students of law school, University of Georgia, 1927. Athens, Georgia, 1927 October 29, 1(10 x 13) b/w
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-21G Reunion of the Russell family, June 1929. Winder, Georgia, 1929 June 23, 4(12 x 14) b/w
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9 RBRW-PF-22A Russell Family Reunion, 1929, Winder, Georgia, 1929, 1(8¼ x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-29A Campaign victory 1930, Winder, Georgia, 1930 October 2, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-29B Hunting catch of legislator Russell, Cabin Bluff, Georgia, 1930 November, 1(4 x 5) sepia
RBRW-PF-29C Gubernatorial campaign supporters, 1930, 1(4 x 8)
RBRW-PF-29D Hunters, 1930-1934, 1(3¼ x 5¼) sepia
RBRW-PF-29E Field scenes, Thomaston, Georgia, 1930-1939, 2(8 x 10) sepia
RBRW-PF-031 Mother and son, Ina and Richard Russell, Winder, Georgia, 1933 July 2, 1(6 x 8) b/w
RBRW-PF-033 Inauguration of Russell, Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 June 27, 1(5½ x 6) b/w
RBRW-PF-034 Gubernatorial parade, Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 June 27, 1(6 x 9¼), 1(7 x 9), 1(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-35A Sunday School Class, Pampanga, Mexico, 1931 June, 2(2½ x 3½), 1(3 x 4½)
RBRW-PF-036 Camp McClellan visit by Russell and aides, Folder I – Camp McClellan, near Anniston, Alabama, 1931 July 22-23, 32 various sizes
RBRW-PF-36A Primitive Painting Wilmington, Delaware, 1931 August 11, 1(8 x10) b/w
RBRW-PF-36B Trip to the Sea Islands, Brunswick, Blythe Island, St. Simons Islands, Sapelo Island, along Altamaha River, Georgia, 1931 August 29 – September 1, 16 (4x5)
RBRW-PF-37A Airplane trip, Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 September 15, 2(8 x 10), 5(8¼ x 10)
RBRW-PF-37B Ft. McPherson luncheon, Atlanta, Georgia, 1931 October 13, 2(4x5) sepia
RBRW-PF-41A Gubernatorial photos Atlanta, Georgia, 1931-1932, 2(8 x 10), 1(8 x 10¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-042 Winder portrait of Governor Russell, Winder, Georgia, 1931 June 25, 1(2½ x 3½)
RBRW-PF-045 Military staff of Gov. Russell, Savannah, Georgia January 19, 1932, 1932 January 19, 1(8 x 10) b/w
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-45A Law school class, University of Georgia, 1932. Athens, Georgia, 1932 March, 1(12 x 14) b/w
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-046 Banquet at Capitol City Club. Atlanta, Georgia, 1932 November 12, 1(11 x 14) b/w
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9 RBRW-PF-047 Portrait of Russell by Jennings Studio, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1932, 1(5 x 7), 9(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-50Gubernatorial Photographs, 1931-1932, 3(4 x 5") negatives
RBRW-PF-51A Florida cooking scene, Bushnell, Florida, 1932, 1(5 x 7) b/w
RBRW-PF-51B Governor’s Mansion, Atlanta, Georgia, 1932, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-55A Baptism of Fielding, Jr. and Bill Green, Winder, Georgia, 1933 July 2, 1(6 x 8), 5(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-056 Caribbean and Californian trip Folder I – Hampton Roads, Virginia; abroad the U.S.S. Henderson., 1933 September 8-13, 6(3½ x 6), 120(4 x 5), 1(4½ x 6), 5(5 x 7), 32(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-58A Portrait of Richard Russell Rawls, 1934 January 10, 1(3½ x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-58B Russell relatives in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, 1934, (4¼ x 6½) b/w
RBRW-PF-61A Campaign photos – Eatonton, Georgia, 1936, 1(3 x 4½), 1(3½ x 5½), 3(3½ x 6)
RBRW-PF-65A Seventy-five birthday of RBR, Sr., Winder, Georgia, 1936 April 27, 1(5 x 7)
RBRW-PF-65B Banner advertising Russell – Club meeting Sylvester, Georgia, 1936 August, 2(3 x 4½) b/w
RBRW-PF-65C Portrait drawing of Russell by Jennings Studio, 1936, 4(8½ x 12), 5(9½ x 12½) b/w
RBRW-PF-69A Mary N. Green and friend, 1936-1937, 1(2½ x 3½)
RBRW-PF-70A Battle Monuments Commission; Brest, France; Hamburg, Germany; Queenstown, Ireland; Liverpool, England, 1937 July 28-September 15, 1(3x4), 5(3½ x 5½), 6(5x7), 4(7¼ x 9½).
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-72A Portrait of Robert Lee Russell, 1937, 1(10¼ x 14) b/w
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9 RBRW-PF-76A Russell Reunion – 1938, 1938 July 4, 1(3¼ x 4½), 1(5 x 7)
RBRW-PF-76B Haitian visit by Senator Russell, Haiti, 1938 July, 1(3 x 3¼)
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-76C U.S. Army transport ship St. Mihiel. Brooklyn, New York, 1938 July 8, 1(8 x 16¼) b/w
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9 RBRW-PF-79A Dillard Reunion, Cherokee Corner, Georgia, 1938 August, 2(3x5) b/w
RBRW-PF-79B Agricultural interest of Russell, 1938 December, 6 (8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-79C Farm Hill, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, 1938, 1(4 x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-79D California and Hawaiian trip, San Francisco, California and Honolulu, Hawaii, 1939 August 22-October 3, 4(2 ½ x 3), 1(3 ½ x 5 ½), 2(4 x 5), 17(4 x 6), 1(5 x 7)
RBRW-PF-88A Russell Family, Winder, Georgia, circa 1942, 2(2 ¼ x 3), 1(2 ½ x 3 ½) b/w
RBRW-PF-090 War zone trip, 1943, 1943 July 28-29, 79 various sizes
RBRW-PF-90A Richard B. Russell IV, Statesboro, Georgia, 1943 October, 1(6x8)
RBRW-PF-91A Passport photo, 1943-1948, 11(2½ x 2½)
RBRW-PF-95A Wedding of James and Jane Moore, 1945 February 14, 1(7½ x 9½) b/w
RBRW-PF-97A Appropriations Committee, 1945, Washington D.C., 1945 May, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-098 European war zone trip, 1945 – Folder I – Washington D.C.; Paris, Cherbourg, Utah Beach, France, 1945 May 25-29, 27(3 x 4½), 19(4 x 5), 1(5 x 7), 1(7 x 9¼), 117(8 x 10), 1(8¼ x 10).
RBRW-PF-101A Christening of Nick Menicon, Ft. Myer [Maryland?], 1945 October 21, 1(2 x 2½) b/w
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OS 10 RBRW-PF-109 Appropriations committee. Washington, D.C., 1946, 1(18 x 24)
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9 RBRW-PF-109B Lotus Restaurant visit, Washington D.C., 1947 March 21, 1(5 x 7)
RBRW-PF-110A Senate Appropriations Committee European trip, 1947, 1947 October 15-27, 23(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-112A American Legion Medallion, 1947 June 4, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-113 “Have some milk, son” – Ina and Richard, Jr. photo – Atlanta, Georgia, 1947 April 23, 17(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-113A Reunion of Russell family – Winder, Georgia, 1947 September 1, 2(8 ¼ x 10) b/w
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OS 5RBRW-PF-113AReunion of Russell Family, 1947
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9 RBRW-PF-113B Wedding of Sybil Elizabeth Russell and Samuel Ernest Vandiver, Jr., Winder, Georgia, 1947 September 4, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-114 Public power projects: atomic energy trip, Richland, Washington and Los Alamos, New Mexico, 1947 September 15 and 22, 6(8 x 10)
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-114A Appropriations committee, 80th Congress. Washington, D.C., 1947-1948, 1(16x20)
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9 RBRW-PF-116A Salvation Army luncheon, Washington D.C., 1948 Febuary 24, 2(8 x10) b/w
RBRW-PF-117A Club Cairo visit, Washington D.C., 1948 March, 2 (8x10)
RBRW-PF-119A North Carolina trip, 1948 June, 18(2½ x 3½), 7(3¼ x 4½) [missing 1], 7(3½ x 5)
RBRW-PF-119B Dedication address – Christian College, Athens, Georgia, 1948 July 4, 1(5¼ x 7¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-122A Machpelah Presbyterian Church centennial celebration Lincolnton, North Carolina, 1948 August 29, 6(3½ x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-122B Russell ancestral burial sites, Lincolnton and Charlotte, North Carolina, 1948 August, 11(5 x 7) b/w
RBRW-PF-124A Order of AHEGA dinner, Washington D.C., 1948, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-124B Rippen Lodge, Virginia?, 1949 May 8, 11(3½ x 3½) b/w
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-129A San Juan, 1949. San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1949 August 29, 1(11 x 14") b/w
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9 RBRW-PF-130A Washington’s birthplace visit Wakefield, Virginia, 1949 September, 5(3½ x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-144A Eighty-second birthday of Ina Dillard Russell, Winder, Georgia, 1950 February 18, 3(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-145 Southern huddle, Washington D.C., 1950 March 3, 1(8 x 10 ¼) b/w
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10 RBRW-PF-150 Luncheon at the Senate, Washington D.C., 1950 July 21, 1(8 x 10) b/w
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mapcase1 RBRW-PF-151 Guardian magazine portrait of Vinson and Russell. Washington, D.C., 1950 December, (16 x 20)
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10 RBRW-PF-155A Ina Dillard Russell presentation of deed to the Legion Home land, Winder, Georgia, circa 1950, 1(8¼ x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-164 Mother Russell’s birthday – Richard Russell and family Winder, Georgia, 1951 February 18, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-167A Family of Ernest Vandiver, 1951 September 1, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-168 Germany trip abroad the S.S. America, 1951 November, 1(5 x 8) b/w
RBRW-PF-168A Wedding of Joe and Cecil Clemons, Jr., 1952 September 5, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-170 Campaign publicity Winder, Georgia, 1952 (1931-1947), 5(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-183A Kansas campaign, Wichita, Kansas, 1952 June 28, 8(6½ x 8½), 2(7 x 8½) b/w
RBRW-PF-187 North Carolina speech and Potato Festival Queen Elizabeth City, North Carolina, 1952 May 31, 6(8¼ x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-211A CBS interview, Washington D.C., 1952 [May 8?], 1(7¼ x 9) b/w
RBRW-PF-222A Campaign proofs and Chicago, Illinois, 1952 July, 22(7¼ x 9) b/w
RBRW-PF-257A Caribbean, Venezuela trip – Folder I – Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Curacao, Jamaica, Aruba, Florida, 1952 September 17-27, 32(3½ x 5), 1(3½ x 5½), 3(5 x 7) b/w, 7( 3½ x 5½) color
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-265A Russell family reunion, 1953. Winder, Georgia, 1953 June 18, 1 (8x10), 2(11 x 14) b/w
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10 RBRW-PF-266A Nieces and nephew at Russell homestead, Winder, Georgia, circa 1953, 1(3½ x 3½) b/w
RBRW-PF-266B White House meeting, 1953-1960, Washington D.C., 1953-1960, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-273A Russell family reunion 1954, Winder, Georgia, 1954 June 24, 4(8¼ x 10), 2(11 x 14)
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OS 5RBRW-PF-273ARussell family reunion 1954, Winder, Georgia, 1954 June 24, 2(11 x 14") b/w
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10 RBRW-PF-276 Reunion of Russell family, Winder, Georgia, 1954 October 18, 4(8¼ x 10)
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OS 5RBRW-PF-276Reunion of Russell family, Winder, Georgia, 1954 October 18, (11 x 14") b/w
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10 RBRW-PF-283 European trip, 1955, 1955 September-October., 3(3 x 4), 107(3¼ x 4½) [missing 10], 6(5 x 7), 1(7 x 9½)
RBRW-PF-283A Russell family reunion, Winder, Georgia, 1955, 1(8¼ x 10)
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OS 5RBRW-PF-283ARussell family reunion, Winder, Georgia, 1955, (11 x 14") b/w
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10 RBRW-PF-285B Georgia Poultry Festival, Gainesville, Georgia, 1956 May 22, 1(7 x 9 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-285C European trip, Nice and Paris, France, 1956 November 11-25, 2(7 x 9½) b/w
RBRW-PF-306A Portrait of Harriette Brumby Russell Sharpton, Washington D.C., 1958 November, 1(4¼ x 5¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-306B Children of Bill Darden, 1958 December 21, 1(3½ x 5) color
RBRW-PF-317A Visit to Cherry Grove Beach, South Carolina, 1959 August, 6(3¼ x 4¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-318B Sons of Samuel Gordon and Kathryn Elizabeth Hairston Green, Jr., 1959 December, 1(3½ x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-369A Naval maneuvers, North Carolina, 1962 April 13-15, 5(8¼ x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-376A Baker, Bryant bust of Richard Brevard Russell, Sr., New York, New York, 1962 December, 4(8 x 10), 5(8¼ x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-412A Portrait of Lyndon Baines Johnson family, Stonewall, Texas December 1963, 1963 December, 1(5 x 7) color
RBRW-PF-413A Democratic Policy Committee-meetings, Washington D.C., 1963-1964, 5(8 x 10) b/w
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-416A Banquet for Democratic senators and Senate staff. Washington, D.C., 1963-1966, (11 x 14)
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10 RBRW-PF-418 Baker, Bryant sculptures of Russell and John F. Kennedy New York, New York, 1963 June 7 and 13, 7(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-440A Atlanta Journal photo of Richard Brevard Russell III, 1964 July, 1(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-456 Reunions of Russell family, Winder, Georgia, 1964-1970, 7(8 x 10)
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OS 5RBRW-PF-456Reunions of Russell family, Winder, Georgia, 1958-1970, 4(11 x 14") b/w
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10 RBRW-PF-459A Russell family cemetery, winter 1965 Winder, Georgia, 1965 February, 2(3½ x 3½) color
RBRW-PF-472 Luncheon for Walter Reed Medical Team, Washington D.C., 1965 May 24, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-483A Portrait of Charles Davidson, 1965 November 30, 1(5 x 7) color
RBRW-PF-484A Russell homestead, Winder, Georgia, 1965 December, 20(3½ x 5) color
RBRW-PF-535A Russell and Clair Harris, 1966 June-August, 1(3½ x 3½) color
RBRW-PF-535B Wedding of Nancy G. Carmichael, 1966 September 24, 2(3½ x 3½) color
RBRW-PF-539A Russell family cemetery, Winder, Georgia, 1966 November 2, 5(8 x 10) color
RBRW-PF-540A Portrait of Michael J. Clemmons, 1966, 1(4 x 6) b/w
RBRW-PF-540B Sweetwater factory and Edward William Russell home Lafayette and between Austell and Marietta, Georgia, 1966, 4(3¼ x 4¼); 4(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-543 Cemetery of the Russell family, Winder, Georgia, 1967 [?], 6(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-557A University of Georgia alumni breakfast Athens, Georgia, 1967 May 6, 1(3½ x 5) color
RBRW-PF-559A Portrait of William B. Thompson, 1967 July[?], 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-568A Earl Leonard and daughter, 1967 November, 1(3½ x 3½) color
RBRW-PF-577A Portrait of Elizabeth Leonard, 1968 April 29, 1(2½ x 3½) b/w
RBRW-PF-588 Caribbean trip, Andros Island, Bahamas, 1968 November, 6(3¼ x 4¼) b/w
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OS 6 RBRW-PF-590A Portraits of Richard Brevard Russell, Jr., 1968-1970, 7(16 x 20) b/w matted
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10 RBRW-PF-591A Copy of daguerreotype of Russell ancestors. El Reno, Oklahoma, 1969, 1(3½ x 4½) b/w
RBRW-PF-612A Russell family reunion, Winder, Georgia, 1969 July, 1(3½ x 3½), 1(5 x 7) color
RBRW-PF-631 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 10(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-631-943 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Richard Brevard Russell, Jr., Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(8 x 10) color
RBRW-PF-631-944 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: John Wardlow, Richard Brevard Russell, Jr., 1970 February 8, 1(4x5) color
RBRW-PF-631-945 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: John Wardlow, Catherine Calhoun Russell Davis (back to camera) Richard Brevard Russell jr., unidentified woman, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-946 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. Foreground L to R: Virginia Wilson Russell Hutchins, Fielding Dillard Russell, Virginia Boyce Wilson Russell, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-947 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. Foreground: Henry Edward Russell, top left: Richard Brevard Russell III, middle right (near Henry Edward’s head): Ala Jeanna Brewton Russell bottom, 2nd from left: Carolyn Lewis Russell Nelson, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5)
RBRW-PF-631-948 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. 1st row, left: Fielding Dillard Russell; 2nd from left: Catherine Calhoun Russell Davis; 3rd from left: Virginia Boyce Wilson Russell; 5th from left: Carolyn Lewis Russell Nelson; 2nd row, left: Virginia Wilson Russell Hutchins 3rd row, 2nd from left: Alexander Brevard Russell; 5th from left: Richard Brevard Russell III 4th row, Left: Henry Edward Russell, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color1970 Febuary 8.
RBRW-PF-631-949 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Richard Brevard Russell Jr., Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-950 L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Richard Brevard Russell Jr., Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-951 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Richard Milhous Nixon, Catherine Calhoun Russell Davis, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-952 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Henry Edward Russell, George Shea Flinn Jr., Richard Milhous Nixon, Peter Rutledge Davis, Virginia Wilson Russell Hutchins, unidentified woman, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-953 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. 2nd from left: Fielding Dillard Russell; 2nd from right: Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-954 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Richard Milhous Nixon, Henry Edward Russell Jr.,(partially obscured), Henry Edward Russell, Ala Joanna Brewton Russell, George Shea Flinn Jr., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-955 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. foreground, L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Dorothy Patience Russell, Harriett Brumby Russell Flinn Jr., George Shea Flinn Jr. (face obscured), Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-956 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. 2nd from left: Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-957 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. foreground, L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-958 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Richard Milhous Nixon, Virginia Wilson Russell Hutchins, unidentified woman, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-959 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. 3rd from left: Virginia Wilson Russell Hutchins; 2nd from right (in background): Ethelene Huff Russell; 3rd from right (in background): William John Russell, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-960 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-961 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-962 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-963 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-964 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. left: Peter Rutledge Davis, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-965 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. 2nd from right: Virginia Boyce Wilson Russell, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-966 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. left: George Shea Flinn, Jr.; 2nd from left: Harriett Brumby Russell Flinn, Jr.; 3rd from left: Catherine Calhoun Russell Davis; 2nd from right: Carolyn Lewis Russell Nelson, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-967 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-968 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x5) color
RBRW-PF-631-969 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. Catherine Calhoun Russell Davis, Peter Rutledge Davis, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-970 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Henry Edward Russell, Catherine Calhoun Russell Davis, Peter Rutledge Davis, unidentified man, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-971 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-972 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Richard Brevard Russell Jr., Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-973 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: Richard Brevard Russell Jr., Richard Milhous Nixon, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-974 Morning worship at the White House, Washington D.C. L to R: James Middleton Cox Jr., Richard Brevard Russell Jr., 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-631-975 L to R: unidentified woman, Richard Brevard Russell Jr., Carolyn Lewis Russell Nelson, Henry Edward Russell, 1970 February 8, 1(4 x 5) color
RBRW-PF-632 Cox Broadcasting reception. Washington, D.C., 1970 February 10, 5(4 x 5) [missing all]
RBRW-PF-634B “Georgia Giant” Broadcast, 1970 March, 1(3½ x 5) color
RBRW-PF-634C Office in Russell Research Center, Athens, Georgia, 1970 April, 3(3½ x 5) color
RBRW-PF-634D Senator Russell at home in Winder, Winder, Georgia., 1970 June 17, 2(5 x7)
RBRW-PF-634E Russell family reunion, 1970, Winder, Georgia, 1970 June 18-21, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-634F Presentation of Display record files to Russell, Winder, Georgia, 1970 June 23, 4(5 x 7) color
RBRW-PF-637A Russell Highway exhibit, Atlanta, Georgia, 1970 September, 2(8 x 10) color
RBRW-PF-641A Children of Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Dillard Russell, Jr., 1970 December, 1(3½ x 3½) color
RBRW-PF-641B Family of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Brevard Russell, Jr., Atlanta, Georgia, 1970 December, 2(3½ x 5) color
RBRW-PF-662 Photos from the archives of the Russell family, Tifton, Georgia, circa 1931-1933, 4(5 x 7), 1(7 x 11)
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OS 5RBRW-PF-662Photos from the archives of the Russell family, Tifton, Georgia, circa 1931-1933, (12.5 x 22.5") b/w
RBRW-PF-726 Winder office portrait of Russell. Winder, Georgia, 1952, (8 x 14), 5(11 x 14)
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10 RBRW-PF-779 Group picture of young people, undated, 1(3½ x 5½) b/w
RBRW-PF-780 Harris and Ewing portrait of Harry Thornton, Washington D.C., undated, 2(7¼ x 9¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-781 Joe Clemons and others, undated, 2(8 x10) b/w
RBRW-PF-782 Office view of RBR with others, undated, 1(3¼ x 4¼) b/w
RBRW-PF-783 Portrait of James Eastland, undated, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-783A Portrait of John and Alice Dickson, undated, 1(4¼ x 5½) b/w
RBRW-PF-784 Portrait of Rob Hightower, Atlanta, Georgia, undated, 1(4½ x 6½) b/w
RBRW-PF-785 Portraits of Mary Brumby and Senator’s niece. Washington, D.C., undated, 1(2½ x 4), 1(7 x 10½) b/w
RBRW-PF-785A Scene at Farm Hill, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, undated, 1(8x10) b/w
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OS 5 RBRW-PF-785B Woman and man in backyard, undated, 1(16x 12) b/w
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10 RBRW-PF-786 Women and man on porch, undated, 1(3½ x 6) b/w
RBRW-PF-787 Education of Russell children, 1908-1909, 5(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-788 Portrait of Teacher Thommie Dreery (from trunk), 1903 May 1, 1(3 1/2 x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-789 Lewis Russell and W.D. McFarland 1890’s From Wagonshed LC, 1890s, 4(2 1/2 x 1 1/2), 2(3 x 3), 1(2 1/2 x 3 1/2)
RBRW-PF-790 Uncle Robert L. Russell USN Wagonshed, 1885-1896, 1(2 1/2 x 4), 2(4 x 6), 1(4 x 5), 4(4 x 6 1/2), 1(5 x 7 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-791 Portrait of Susan Sara Way Russell, 1860-1970, 1(5 x 7) b/w
RBRW-PF-792 Portrait of Frances A.C. Dillard, 1850, 1(4 x 5)
RBRW-PF-793 Portrait of Pintie Dillard with Russell children, 1901-1902, 1(5 x 7) b/w
RBRW-PF-794 Group with R.B.R. Jr. holding baby (from trunk), 1920s, 1(3 1/2 x 4 1/2)
RBRW-PF-795 Unidentified Athens couple (from trunk), 1870-1890s, 1(2 1/2 x 2 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-796 Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Russell Sr. (from trunk), undated, 1(2 1/2 x 3 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-797 R.B.R and unidentified girl (trunk), undated, negative
RBRW-PF-798 Athens home of Richard and Minnie T. Russell (from trunk), 1884, 1(4 x 6 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-799 Portrait of R. B. and Rob for Aunt Hattie, 1903 May, 1(3 x 3 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-800 Portrait of W. M. J. Russell; RH, filing cabinet, 1910s [?], 1(3 1/2 x 5 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-801 Winder Campaign Speech (trunk), undated, 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-802 Two men on a wagon [Lewis Russell Papers – Personal], 1896 [?], 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-803 Lewis Russell’s teacher at old Groves School, 1923, 3(3 x 4 1/2), 1(3 1/2 x 5 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-804 Robert L. Russell (USN) Misc. Photos From Wagonshed, 1896, 2(2 1/2 x 4), 1(3 1/2 x 4 1/2), 1(4 x 6 1/2), 1(6 x 8), 1(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-805 Portrait of RBR? (USN) and Hoscow Building (Wagonshed), 1890s [?], 1(2 1/2 x 4), 1(3 1/2 x 5) b/w
RBRW-PF-806 RBR Sr. and Group Meeting at Ansley Hotel [?] Atlanta (from RBR Sr. papers), undated, 2(8 x 10) b/w
RBRW-PF-807 Portrait of RBR Sr, 1870-1872, n/a [missing?]
RBRW-PF-808 RBR Sr. and Ina D. Russell listen to radio (Peterson Trunk), 1930 October 2, 1(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-809 Head Shot of Woman, contained in a plastic sleeve with (unidentified) newspaper clipping. From Box 17, Folder 8, undated, 1(2 x 3 1/2) b/w
RBRW-PF-810 Swearing in of Supreme Court Chief Justice Russell, 1922 [?], 2(8 x10) [poor condition]
RBRW-PF-811 From original rolled photograph of Richard Russell Sr. being sworn in as Supreme Court Judge of Georgia, 1922, 1(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-812 Princeton – home of W.J. Russell (from Trunk), undated, 1(8 x 10)
RBRW-PF-813 Uncatalogued prints and negatives of original images located at the Records House in Winder. This material used to be in a manila copy envelope. Copy prints made 1981, 1981, 1(2 1/2 x 4), 13(4 x 5), 1 (3 1/2 x 5 1/2), 13(5 x 7), 19(8 x 10), 29 negatives b/w
RBRW-PF-814 Chief Justice Richard B. Russell at 9 years of age, circa 1873, 1(3 x 4) b/w
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OS 12Russell house, Winder, Georgia [oversize], 1969
C. Trips
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11 SA-PF-47 Portrait of Richard Russell by Jennings Studio, Atlanta, Georgia; Pictured.-Richard B. Russell, Jr. See also RBR-PF-47-87A, 1932, 10 (8x10)
SA-PF-77 Rural Electrification Administration (REA) dedication. Barnesville, Georgia. Pictured.-Richard B. Russell, Jr. Contents.Pl Richard B. Russell, Jr. seated on open air platform that is hung with bunting, with a large group of people. See also RBR-PF-77, 1938 August, (7.5x10") b/w
SA-PF-78A Congressional group at Silver Springs, Florida. Silver Springs, Florida. Pictured.Claude D. Pepper, Theodore Francis Green, Richard B. Russell, Jr., Alban W. Barkley, James H. Hughes. Contents. Seated or standing with others in group (15 men, 10 women) in front of house; photo by Robert Bruce, Feature Pix; inscribed, "Silver Springs Fla Mar. 1939", 1939 March, (8x10") b/w
SA-PF-90 War zone trip, 1943. England, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Israel, Iran, Pakistan, China, Australia, New Guinea, New Georgia, New Caledonia, Hawaii, Los Angeles. LXIV+scrapbook Pictured.-General Abrazov.-Frederick L. Anderson.- Frank Armstrong, Jr.-John A. Beasley.-Andrew C. Bennett.-Ralph O. Brewster.-Lewis H. Brereton.-Alan F.Brook.-Henry T. Burgin.-Albert B. Chandler.-Claire L. Chennault.-Gilbert X. Cheves.-Chiang Kai-shek.- Joseph B. Chifley.-Donald H. Connolly.-Robert W. Crawford.-John Curtin.-Jacob L. Devers.-Ira C. Eaker.-El Glaouim.-Herbert V. Evatt.- Francis M. Forde.-Benjamin F. Giler.-William F. Halsy.-William Averell Harriman.-Henry K.0 Hewitt.-Henry B. Holmes, Jr.-Frank O'Driscoll Hunter.- William S. Key.-Walter Krueger.-Thomas B. Larkin.-Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.- Lung Yun.-Douglas Mac Arthur.-William F. Marquat.- Richard F. Marshall.- Mayling Soong Chiang.-William J. McKell.-James M. Mead.-Courtlandt Parker.-Alfred Dudley Pound.-Joseph P. Ragland.- Fred W. Rankin.-Robert C. Richardson, Jr.-Thomas E. Rilea.-Richard B. Russell, Jr.- George F. Schulgen.-Harold R. Stark.-Harold E. Stassen.- Joseph W. Stilwell.-Innis P. Swift.- Alfred W. Tedder.-Robert H. Van Volkenburgh.-Ennis C. Whitehead.-Robert B. Williams.-Arthur R. Wilson.-John G. Winant. Contents.-I: P2-9 Iceland.- for further description of contents, see contents sheet filed in first folder of PF-SA-90. Most of the photographs are by the U.S. Army Signal Corp, and most are captioned. The scrapbook is a three ring binder, with a reddish brown cover, which has printed on it "Senatorial Tour of North American Theater of Operations August 7-16, 1943" and also has a small "metal" plate affixed to it, inscribed "Richard B. Russell"; it is 10x11-1/2, and has 71 pages, 1943 July 28-September 26, 567 various sizes
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OS 7RBRW-PF-90War zone trip, 1943. England, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Israel, Iran, Pakistan, China, Australia, New Guinea, New Georgia, New Caledonia, Hawaii, Los Angeles. LXIV+scrapbook Pictured.-General Abrazov.-Frederick L. Anderson.- Frank Armstrong, Jr.-John A. Beasley.-Andrew C. Bennett.-Ralph O. Brewster.-Lewis H. Brereton.-Alan F.Brook.-Henry T. Burgin.-Albert B. Chandler.-Claire L. Chennault.-Gilbert X. Cheves.-Chiang Kai-shek.- Joseph B. Chifley.-Donald H. Connolly.-Robert W. Crawford.-John Curtin.-Jacob L. Devers.-Ira C. Eaker.-El Glaouim.-Herbert V. Evatt.- Francis M. Forde.-Benjamin F. Giler.-William F. Halsy.-William Averell Harriman.-Henry K.0 Hewitt.-Henry B. Holmes, Jr.-Frank O'Driscoll Hunter.- William S. Key.-Walter Krueger.-Thomas B. Larkin.-Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.- Lung Yun.-Douglas Mac Arthur.-William F. Marquat.- Richard F. Marshall.- Mayling Soong Chiang.-William J. McKell.-James M. Mead.-Courtlandt Parker.-Alfred Dudley Pound.-Joseph P. Ragland.- Fred W. Rankin.-Robert C. Richardson, Jr.-Thomas E. Rilea.-Richard B. Russell, Jr.- George F. Schulgen.-Harold R. Stark.-Harold E. Stassen.- Joseph W. Stilwell.-Innis P. Swift.- Alfred W. Tedder.-Robert H. Van Volkenburgh.-Ennis C. Whitehead.-Robert B. Williams.-Arthur R. Wilson.-John G. Winant. Contents.-I: P2-9 Iceland.- for further description of contents, see contents sheet filed in first folder of PF-SA-90. Most of the photographs are by the U.S. Army Signal Corp, and most are captioned. The scrapbook is a three ring binder, with a reddish brown cover, which has printed on it "Senatorial Tour of North American Theater of Operations August 7-16, 1943" and also has a small "metal" plate affixed to it, inscribed "Richard B. Russell"; it is 10x11-1/2, and has 71 pages, 1943 July 28-September 26, 135 various sizes in album
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11 SA-PF-98 European war zone trip, 1945. France, Germany, Austria, Italy. Pictured.-Omar Bradley.-Thoburn K. Brown.- Albert J. Browning.-Harry F. Byrd, Sr.-Michael O. Daniel.-Jacob L. Devers.-James O. Eastland.- Dwight David Eisenhower.-Leonard T. Gerow.-John Chandler Gurney.-Henry B. Lewis.-Royal B. Lord.-Burnet R. Maybank.-John L. McCellan.- Alexander M. Patch, Jr.-Joseph L. Philips.-Clyde M. Reed.-Arthur G. Robinson.-Alexander B. Russell.- Richard B. Russell, Jr.-Arthur Thomas Stewart.-Charles O. Trasher.-Harry B. Vaughan, Jr.-Orlando Ward.-others. Contents.-I: P412-419 Group at Cherbourg, Le Harve, the American Military Cemetary at Blosvilee and Utah Beach, France.-II: P420-428 at Duren, Cologne, Bremen and Weisbaden, Germany.-III: P429-436 At Salzburg and Unterstein (Hermann Goring's art collection), Austria, and Berchtesgaden, Germany.-IV: P437-446 Visiting 64th Depot, Oise Base Section and Redeployment Assembly Area, Reims, France.-V: P447-452 At Cannes, France.- VI: P453-456 At the Ambassador Hotel and at Ciampino Airport, Rome, Italy; photos by 3131st Signal Platoon, U.S. Army Signal Corps.-VII: P457-459 Russell with 3 soldiers and Maybank, Paris; Basilica of the Sacred Heart and Tuileries garden, both by Guy of Paris.VIII: Copies of PF 98-284 thru 289.-IX: Copies of PF 98-290, 291, 295 thru 297.-X: Copies of PF 98-299,303 thru 307. Most of the photos are by Edgren, U.S. Army Signal Corps, and most are captioned, 1945 May 29-June 15, 3(3x3), 3(3-1/2x5-1/2), 10(4x5), 2 (4x6), 3(7x9-1/4), 1(7x9-1/2), 10(8x10) 53(8-1/4x10), 11(8x10-1/4)
SA-PF-108A Farm Bureau speech. San Francisco, California. Pictured.- Richard B. Russell, Jr. Contents.-P460 Russell at Podium, unidentified man behind him; inscribed, "Farm Bureau San Francisco Dec. 1946", 1946 December 10, 1(5x7) b/w
SA-PF-109A Little White House dedication. Warm Springs, Georgia. June 25, 1947. (6), b/w; 6(8x10). Pictured.-Josephus Daniels.-Frederick M. Vinson.- Melvin E. Thompson.-Bill Hassett.- Richard B. Russell, Jr.-Basil O'Connor.-Leighton McCarthy.-Hugh J. MacIntyre?.-Lee Buren Wyatt.- John J. Sparkman.-Mrs. Harold C. Hagen.-Ray Taylor.-Ivan Allen.-Harold C. Hagen. Contents.-P461 Daniels, Vinson, Thompson, Hassett, Russell, O'Connor and McCarthy with 4 others on porch of Little White House; captioned; photo #1183.P462 Russell, MacIntyre and Wyatt at banquet; captioned; photo #1292.P463 Sparkman, Mrs. Hagen, Russell and Taylor in railway car; captioned; photo #1261.-P464 Russell and Thompson in dining car on train; captioned; photo #1171.-P465 Allen and Russell at banquet; captioned; photo #1132.P466 Russell, Mrs. Hagen, and Hagne in railway car; captioned; photo #1200. See also PF 123, 1947 June 25, 6(8 x 10) b/w
SA-PF-110A Senate Appropriations Committee European trip, 1947. France, Germany, Austria, Trieste, Greece, Italy, England. Pictured.-Georges Bidault.-Henry Styles Bridges.-Charles Wayland Brooks.-Jefferson Caffery.-Harry P. Cain.- Lucius D. Clay.-Guy Cordon.-Forrest C. Donnell.-James C. Dunn.-Henry C. Dworshak.-John G. Erhardt.-Leopold Figl.-Queen Frederika of Greece.-Julian V. Gary.-Alcide de Gasperi.-Theodore Francis Green.- Dwight P. Griswold.-Karl Gruber.-Doyle O. Hickey.-Clarnece Hubner.- James H. Keeley, Jr.-Geoffrey Keyes.-William F. Knowland.-William G. Livesay.-Carter B. Magruder.-James H. McGrath.-Paul I, King of Greece.- John E. Peurifoy.-Paul Ramdier.-William Chapman Revercomb.-George J. Richards.-John J. Rooney.- Richard B. Russell, Jr.-Leverett S. Saltonstall.-Robert Schuman.-John. A. Snackenburg.-Themstokles Sophoulis.-Miller G. White.-Frank L. Yates.-Milton R. Young.-others. Contents.-I: P467-469 Abroad the S.S. America; P470 Portrait of Robert F. Tacey; P471-472 Group in front of aircraft; P473 Stenographers (?) in hotel room; P474-476 Roster, time table, maps for trip; P447-488 American Military Cemetary at Boisville, Omaha Beach, Paris, France; P489-510 Frankfort, the Rhine River, Nuremburg, Zielheim displaced person camp in Weisbaden, Berlin, Munich, Germany; P511, 530, 541, 554-555, Vienna, Austria; P571-573 Trieste; P574-590 Athens, Piraeus, Kokinia; P591-596 RomeVatican City, and Castel Gondolfo (photos by Fotografia Pontificia, G. Felici of Rome), Italy; P597 "Big Ben" at night.-II: P512-527 Arrival in Austria; P528-529,531-535 Review of 16th Infantry division honor guard; P536-540, 542-553 U.S. Forces in Austria Headquarters, Vienna; P556-557, 564-565 Views of Vienna; P558-563 Visit to library; P566-570 Reception. III: P468 Aboard the S.S. America; P496A Zielheim displaced persons camp, Wiesbaden, Germany; P497A Nurmeburg, Germany. Most of the photos by Robert F. Tacey, U.S. Army Signal Corps, and most are captioned. I and II are scrapbooks; I is a boxed book, 10-1/4x12, with 134 pages (76 are blank), colored green with "negative" photo of the U.S. Congress and "Senate Appropriations Committee" on front cover and "European Trip 1947 Senator Richard B. Russell" in gold letters in black areas on spine, box is colored burgundy; II has blue cover with gold outline, "Photographs" in gold Gothic lettering, and colored patch (symbol of U'S. Forces in Austria, 2-1/4x3 shield) affixed to lower right corner of cover, is 7x11 and has 51 pages, 1947, 53 various sizes in album
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OS 8SA-PF-110ASenate Appropriations Committee European trip, 1947. France, Germany, Austria, Trieste, Greece, Italy, England. Pictured.-Georges Bidault.-Henry Styles Bridges.-Charles Wayland Brooks.-Jefferson Caffery.-Harry P. Cain.- Lucius D. Clay.-Guy Cordon.-Forrest C. Donnell.-James C. Dunn.-Henry C. Dworshak.-John G. Erhardt.-Leopold Figl.-Queen Frederika of Greece.-Julian V. Gary.-Alcide de Gasperi.-Theodore Francis Green.- Dwight P. Griswold.-Karl Gruber.-Doyle O. Hickey.-Clarnece Hubner.- James H. Keeley, Jr.-Geoffrey Keyes.-William F. Knowland.-William G. Livesay.-Carter B. Magruder.-James H. McGrath.-Paul I, King of Greece.- John E. Peurifoy.-Paul Ramdier.-William Chapman Revercomb.-George J. Richards.-John J. Rooney.- Richard B. Russell, Jr.-Leverett S. Saltonstall.-Robert Schuman.-John. A. Snackenburg.-Themstokles Sophoulis.-Miller G. White.-Frank L. Yates.-Milton R. Young.-others. Contents.-I: P467-469 Abroad the S.S. America; P470 Portrait of Robert F. Tacey; P471-472 Group in front of aircraft; P473 Stenographers (?) in hotel room; P474-476 Roster, time table, maps for trip; P447-488 American Military Cemetary at Boisville, Omaha Beach, Paris, France; P489-510 Frankfort, the Rhine River, Nuremburg, Zielheim displaced person camp in Weisbaden, Berlin, Munich, Germany; P511, 530, 541, 554-555, Vienna, Austria; P571-573 Trieste; P574-590 Athens, Piraeus, Kokinia; P591-596 RomeVatican City, and Castel Gondolfo (photos by Fotografia Pontificia, G. Felici of Rome), Italy; P597 "Big Ben" at night.-II: P512-527 Arrival in Austria; P528-529,531-535 Review of 16th Infantry division honor guard; P536-540, 542-553 U.S. Forces in Austria Headquarters, Vienna; P556-557, 564-565 Views of Vienna; P558-563 Visit to library; P566-570 Reception. III: P468 Aboard the S.S. America; P496A Zielheim displaced persons camp, Wiesbaden, Germany; P497A Nurmeburg, Germany. Most of the photos by Robert F. Tacey, U.S. Army Signal Corps, and most are captioned. I and II are scrapbooks; I is a boxed book, 10-1/4x12, with 134 pages (76 are blank), colored green with "negative" photo of the U.S. Congress and "Senate Appropriations Committee" on front cover and "European Trip 1947 Senator Richard B. Russell" in gold letters in black areas on spine, box is colored burgundy; II has blue cover with gold outline, "Photographs" in gold Gothic lettering, and colored patch (symbol of U'S. Forces in Austria, 2-1/4x3 shield) affixed to lower right corner of cover, is 7x11 and has 51 pages, 1947, 54 various sizes in album
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11 SA-PF-123A Visit to Tinker Field. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. November 1948. Pictured.-John William Elmer Thomas.- Richard B. Russell, Jr.-Theodore Francis Green.-Milton R. Young.-Roy Joseph Turner. Contents.-P599-600 Group (excluding Turner) with others at airfield, aircraft in background.-P601-602 Inspecting support (mechanics) areas.-P603 Russell and Turner at luncheon, 1947 October 8-November 13, 1(8-1/4x10), 4(8x10) b/w
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OS 9 SA-PF-123B Senate Appropriations Committee trip to Mexico. Mexico City, San Jacinto, Ixtapalapa, Palo Alto, Teotihuacan, San Luis Potosi. Pictured.- Richard B. Russell, Jr.-John William Elmer Thomas.-Milton R. Young.-Theodore Francis Green.-William a. Hagen?.-Oscar Flores?.- Harry H. Johnson?.-Nazario Ortiz Garza.-Miguel V. Aleman.-Gonzalo N. de Santos.-Leola P. de Santos. Contents.-Scrapbook: P604 "The Appropriations Committee…"; P605-609 "Arrival at Airport"; P610-613 "Meeting with Sr. Nazario Ortiz Garza, Secretary of Agriculture"; P614- 618 "Orientation Conference Anti-Aftosa Commision (sic) Offices"; P619-629 "Visit to Sn. Jacinto Engineering Shops"; P630-638 "Inspecting the Vaccine Production Lab-Oratory at Sn. Jacinto"; P639-648 "Reception at the U.S. Embassy"; P560-655 "Touring Ixtapalapa, Virus Production Unit"; P656-664 "Inspecting Palo Alto. Mexican Research Laboratory under construction"; P665-666 "Visit to Minister of Foreign Relations"; P667-672 "Press Conference"; P673-692 "Dinner at the Hotel del Prado"; P693-704 "Sightseeing", includes visit to ruins at Teotihuacan; P705-706 "Wheeler Cocktail Party"; P707-708 "Visit with President Aleman"; P709- 721 "Guests of the Mexican Senate"; P722-741 "At the Ranch of the governor of San Luis Potosi"; P742-751 "At the Airport before leaving".-I: P752-755 Photos of murals in hotel (Hotel del Prado?). Scrapbook (11-1/4x16-1/4) is of dark brown decorated leather, with "Richard B. Russell (sic)" on the cover; it has 84 black pages, 16 of them are blank. See also PF 647, 1948 November 11-18, photo album
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11 SA-PF-210 Florida campaign. Tampa and unidentified location, Florida. Pictured.- Richard B. Russell, Jr.-George A. Smathers.-Warren H. Toole, Jr.-Arthur L. Anderson.-C.Y. Byrd. Contents.-P756 Unidentified official, Russell, Smathers, Toole, and Anderson in group photo taken at night; inscribed on Toole's torso, "To Dick Russell with very good wish Warren H. Toole Tampa Fla April 28 1952"; inscribed on Anderson's torso, "It's been a privilege, Senator-Arthur L. Anderson".-P757 Russell, unidentified official and Byrd (shaking hands with Russell) in crowd; hand holding microphone visible at right; inscribed, "With Best Wishes C. Y. Byrd May 1952"; on back of photo, in pencil "52-414-11", 1952 April 28 and May, 2(8x10) b/w
SA-PF-280A Scale model and architectural sketches of the U.S. Air Force Academy. Contents.-P760 thru P761 Views of model; USAF photos *152484A.C. thru *152485A.C.-P762 thru P764 Architectural sketches of buildings; USAF photo *152486A.C. thru *152488A.C. All photos captioned; photo number in lower right corner in white on all photos, 1955 May 14, 5(8-1/4x10) b/w
SA-PF-283 European trip, 1955. Wiesbaden and unidentified location, Germany. Pictured.- W.B. Tomberlin.-Richard B. Russell, Jr.-N. W. Howington.-Capers A. Holmes. Contents.-P756 Tomberlin, Russell, Howington, and Holmes in front of U.S. Air Forces in Europe Headquarters, Wiesbaden, September 10, 1955; captioned; USAF photo, 1363 Photographic Flight.-P757 Head and torso portrait of Russell, 1955 August 20-October 22, 6(2x2-1/4), 6(8x10) b/w
SA-PF-285C European trip, 1956, Zaragoza, Spain. Contents.-P765 Aerial oblique photo showing area near Valenzuela runway; various structures identified by inscriptions on photo; neg. no. ZAR A 52.-P766 Aerial oblique photo showing area near Sanjuro runway; various structures identified by inscriptions on photo; neg. no. ZAR A 54.-P767 thru 780 Photos showing phases of construction. Of various buildings at the site; neg. no. ZAR 244 thru 257. All photos captioned, and done by William H. Green, Brown Raymond Walsh Photo Section, Madrid Spain, under contract no. y-83333; unclassified progress photos of an Air Force base, 1956 November 6, 16(8-1/4x10) b/w
SA-PF-669 Handshake of Byrnes and Russell. Pictured.-Richard Brevard Russell, Jr.-James Francis Byrnes. Contents.- P3398 profile of both men from waist up, shaking hands; photo by A. E. Scott of International News Photos. See also Pf 669-3398, 1930-1939, 1(8x10) b/w
SA-PF-778 Reunion of Russell family. Pictured.-William J. Russell, Walter B. Russell.-H. Edward Russell.-Ina Dillard Russell.-Richard B. Russell, Jr.-Robert L. Russell.-Alex B. Russell. Contents.-P781 Group with 3 men and 1 woman, gathered around table with meatgrinder (?) and bowl on top of table; stamped on back, "Velox" and "620", undated, 1(2-1/2x3-1/2) b/w