Henderson Lanham PapersHenderson Lanham Papers

Henderson Lanham Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Henderson Lanham Papers
Creator: Lanham, Henderson Lovelace, 1888-1957.
Dates: 1947-1957
Extent: 52.0 boxes (23.25 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/100/HLL
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The collection consists of the papers of Henderson L. Lanham from his service in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1947 to 1957. Includes subject files, correspondence, legislative files, case files, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, and political campaign material. The bulk of the materials document Lanham's activities with the House Committees on Public Works, Foreign Affairs, Expenditures in the Executive Departments, and its Special Subcommittee investigating the Veterans Administration. There is also a small amount of personal material.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Henderson Lovelace Lanham was born in Rome, Georgia on September 14, 1888 to John Henderson and Julia Thompson Lanham. Educated in the public schools of Rome and Piedmont Institute in Rockmart, Georgia, Lanham received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Georgia in 1910. He also received a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Georgia in 1911 and a Master of Arts degree from Harvard University in 1912. He was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Scholarship Fraternity.

After he graduated, Lanham returned to Rome and served as chairman of the Board of Education in the city of Rome from 1918 to 1919. In 1929, he was elected as a member to the House of Representatives from Floyd County to the Georgia General Assembly. He served in this position until 1933 and again from 1937 until 1940. From 1941-1946, he was Solicitor General for the Rome Judicial Circuit.

In November, 1946, Lanham was elected as a Democrat to the United States Congress. He served the 7th district until his death in 1957.

While serving in the U. S. Congress, Lanham was appointed to the Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Department in 1947, to the Committee on Public Works (1949-1951), the Committee on Foreign Affairs (1951-1955), and the Committee on Appropriations (1955-1957). Lanham was the third ranking majority member on the Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments, chairman of the Subcommittee on Federal Relations with International Organizations and Special Subcommittee Investigating the Veterans Administration.

He also served as a ranking majority member of the Select Committee to Investigate Lobbying Activities during the 81st Congress. Lanham was a member of the subcommittees on Appropriations for Foreign Aid and the Departments of Labor and Health, Education and Welfare.

Lanham married Anne White Phinizy on September 1, 1915. They had one daughter. He died on November 10, 1957 due to a train collision with his automobile.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of the papers of Henderson L. Lanham from his service in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1947 to 1957. Includes subject files, correspondence, legislative files, case files, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, and political campaign material. The bulk of the materials document Lanham's activities with the House Committees on Public Works, Foreign Affairs, Expenditures in the Executive Departments, and its Special Subcommittee investigating the Veterans Administration. There is also a small amount of personal material.

Organization and Arrangement

The papers are divided into nine series: I. General, II. Legislative, III. Personal, IV. Political, V. Post Office, VI. Speech/Press, VII. Case Mail (closed), VIII. Photographs, and IX. Scrapbooks. The types of materials in this collection include correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches, telegrams, printed materials, reports, bills, and photographs. Arrangement is alphabetical.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Preferred Citation

Henderson Lanham Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Notes

Newspaper clippings and telegrams have been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Photographs have been inventoried and placed in the photo file for preservation.

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.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2000.


Related Materials

Access Points

Congressional records.
Dams--Georgia
Georgia--Politics and government--1865-1950.
Georgia--Politics and government--1951-
Governmental investigations--United States.
Legislators--United States.
Photographs.
Political campaigns--Georgia.
Public works--Laws and legislation.
Rivers--Georgia.
Rural electrification.
Speeches.
United States--Foreign relations--Law and legislation.
United States. Congress. House.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs.
United States. Veterans Administration.
United States.Congress. House. Committee on Public Works.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

I. General

Extent: 27.0 boxes
Extent: (13.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The General files contain correspondence, telegrams, newspaper clippings, printed materials and reports. These files pertain to subjects of local and national interest to Lanham's constituency. Topics include Cobb County, the Allatoona Dam, the Rural Electrification Administration, segregation and communism. Arrangement is alphabetical.
BoxFolder
11Acworth Dam
12Agricultural Bulletins
13-4Agricultural Stabilization, 1954-1957
15Agriculture Stabilization Commission
16-8Agriculture, (1947-1954)
19Agriculture (General)
BoxFolder
21Airports (General)
22Allatoona
23-4Allatoona Dam, Correspondence, 1953
25Allatoona Dam, Correspondence, 1946-1948
26Allatoona Dam, Correspondence, 1948
27Allatoona Dam, Correspondence, 1949-1950
28Allatoona Dam, Correspondence, 1951
29Allatoona Dam, Correspondence, 1949, 1952-1953
BoxFolder
31Allatoona Dam
32Allatoona Dam Information
33Anchor Rome Mills, Inc.
34Armories
35Army Engineers
36Atomic Energy
37Bartow County
38Battey State Hospital
39Bell Bomber Plant
310Berry Schools
311Biographical Sketch-Lanham
312Birth Certificate
313Building & Loan Association
BoxFolder
41Civil Aeronautics Administration, 1949-1953
42Civil Aeronautics Administration, 1954-1957
43Civilian Conservation Corps
44City of Cartersville
45Catoosa County
46Cedartown--Cartersville Housing
47Cedartown--Cave Spring Flood Control
48City of Cedartown
49Census
410Census Bureau
411Chamber of Commerce
412Chattooga County
413Cheney, Mrs. Holmes
414Congress of Industrial Organizations
415Civil Defense
416Civil Projects
417Civil Rights
418Clark Hill Dam Basin
419Clerks
BoxFolder
51-5Cobb County, 1958
BoxFolder
61Commodity Credit Loans
62-3Cobb County Investigation
64Commissions
65Communism
66Community Facilities
67Congressional Record
68Contract Act Settlement Amendment
69Coosa-Alabama River
BoxFolder
71Coosa-Alabama River Improvement Association
72Coosa Construction Project
73Cotton Acreage
74Cotton Acreage Allotments
75Cotton Surplus Sales
76County Officers
77-8Current Affairs, (1954-1957)
79Customs
BoxFolder
81Dade County
82Defense Materials Procurement Agency
83Defense Production Administration
84-5Disaster Loans, 1951-1954
86Displaced Persons
87Dobbins Air Force Base
88Douglas County
89Douglasville Hospital
810Drugs
BoxFolder
91Economy
92Education
93Emerson, City of
94Expenditures in Executive Department, 1948-1949, 1951-1952
95Expenditures in Executive DepartmentHouse Bills and Committee Hearings
96Expenditures in Executive Department: Committee Hearings
97Expenditures in Executive Department: Miscellaneous
98Exports
BoxFolder
101-2Federal Communications Commission, 1951-1957
103Federal Housing Administration
104Far East
105-6Farm Bureaus, 1949-1957
107Farm Loans
108Farmers Bulletins, Form Letters
109Farmers Homes Administration
1010Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
1011Federal Deposit Insurance
1012Federal Housing Administration
1013-14Federal Power Commission, 1952-1956
BoxFolder
111Federal Security Agency
112Federal Reserve Bank Board
113Federal Trade Commission
114Fish and Game
115Fish and Wildlife
116Flood Control
117-8Floyd County, 1946-1956
119Floyd County Health Center
1110Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
1111Foreign Operations Administration
1112-13Forestry, 1952-1957
1114Form Letters
1115Fort Oglethorpe
1116Fuel
BoxFolder
121General Electric
122Georgia Schools
123Glenwood Apartments
124Gordon County
125Government Contracts
126Government Contracts & Buildings
127Government Loans
128The "Great Debate", 1951
BoxFolder
131Haralson County
132Haralson County Hospital
133Health
134Health, Education & Welfare
135-7Highways & Roads, 1953-1957
138Home Loan Bank Record
139-10Hospitals, Civic Projects, 1947-1957
1311-13Housing, 1950-1957
BoxFolder
141-2Housing & Home Finance, (1953-1957)
143-4Interstate Commerce Commission, 1947-1957
145Indian Lands & Affairs
146Inland Waterways
147Interposition
148-9Kennesaw, 1948-1951
1410Kingston
1411-12Labor, 1952-1957
1413Little Rock
BoxFolder
151-2Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, 1951-1957
153Lyerly
154Mailing Lists
155-6Marietta Air Force Base
157Marietta, City of
158Marietta City Schools
159Methodist Home for the Aged
1510-11Mines & Mining, 1948-1954
1512Miscellaneous
BoxFolder
161Miscellaneous, July 1957
162Miscellaneous, A, 1947
163Miscellaneous, B, 1947
164Miscellaneous, C, 1947
165Miscellaneous, D, 1947
166Miscellaneous, E, 1947
167Miscellaneous, F, 1947
168Miscellaneous, G, 1947
169-10Miscellaneous, H, 1947
1611Miscellaneous, I-J, 1947
1612Miscellaneous, K, 1947
BoxFolder
171-2Miscellaneous, M, 1947
173Miscellaneous, Mc, 1947
174Miscellaneous, N, 1947
175Miscellaneous, 0, 1947
176-7Miscellaneous, P, 1947
178Miscellaneous, Parker, Chastaine, 1947
179Miscellaneous, Q-R, 1947
1710-11Miscellaneous, S, 1947
1712Miscellaneous, T, 1947
1713Miscellaneous, U, 1947
1714-15Miscellaneous, V-Z, 1947
BoxFolder
181-2Miscellaneous, 1957
183Miscellaneous, 1956-1957
184-5Miscellaneous, 1954-1956
186-7Miscellaneous, 1946
188Missing Persons
189Murray County
1810Narcotic Hospitals
1811National Defense
1812National Guard
1813National Housing Act
BoxFolder
191National Labor Relations Board
192National Parks, 1955-1957
193National Parks, 1952-1955
194National Parks, 1947-1952
195National Production Administration
196Naval Air Station
197Office of Price Stabilization
198Old Age Assistance
199Patents & Copyrights
1910Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights
1911Paulding County
1912Polk County
1913Production & Marketing Administration
1914Public Service Commission
BoxFolder
201Public Utilities, 1956-1957
202Public Utilities, 1955-1956
203Public Utilities, 1947-1955
204Rural Electrification Administration, 1956-1957
205Rural Electrification Administration, 1954-1956
206Recommendations
207Requests, 1957
208-10Requests, 1955-1956
BoxFolder
211-3Requests, 1957
214-5Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1951-1954
216Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1947-1950
217Retarded Children
218Reserve Program
219Reserve Officers Training Program
2110Reigel Textile Corporation, 1950-1952
2111Reigel Textile Corporation, 1948-1949
2112Reigel Textile Corporation, 1946-1947
BoxFolder
221Rivers & Harbors, 1954-1957
222Rivers & Harbors, 1948-1952
223Rockmart, City of
224Rockmart Employment Situation
225Rockmart Housing Authority
226Rome, City of
227Rome Housing Authority
228Rome Levees
229Rome Office, 1953
2210-11Rome Office, 1949
2212Rossville, City of
BoxFolder
231Rural Electrification Administration, 1954
232Rural Electrification Administration, 1954
233Rural Electrification Administration, 1953
234Rural Electrification Administration, 1952
235Rural Electrification Administration, 1951
236Schedule for Summer Visits to Counties/Correspondence Pertaining to this
237Segregation, 1957
238Segregation, 1956
239Segregation, 1955-1956
BoxFolder
241,2Small Business, General
243Small Business Administration
244Soil Conservation, 1955-1957
245,6Soil Conservation, 1949-1955
247Solicitor
248Stationary Room Material, 1957
249Stationary Room Material, 1956
2410Stationary Room & GPO Accounts
BoxFolder
251Summer Schedule, 1957
252Summer Schedule, 1958
253Summer Schedule, 1954
254Supplies
255Tallapoosa, City of
256-7Telegrams, 1957
258-10Telegrams, 1955-1956
BoxFolder
261Telegrams, 1955-1956
262Tennessee Valley Authority
263Tipple, Mrs. Albert
264Tri-County Hospital
265United Nations
266Veterans, 1953-1955
267-8Veterans, 1952
269Veterans, 1947-1948
2610Veterans Administration Loan Guarantee Office
2611Veterans Education & Training
BoxFolder
271Veterans Housing
272Veterans Housing Program
273Veterinary
274Vocational Educational Program, 1955-1957
275Vocational Educational Program, 1951-1954
276Wage-Hour
277Wage Stabilization Board
278Walker County
279War Claims Commission
2710Whitfield County
2711Wood, Eric; Lt. (Medal of Honor)
 

II. Legislative, 1947-1957

Extent: 9.0 boxes
Extent: (5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The Legislative series includes materials that assisted Lanham with monitoring legislative issues and developing legislative initiatives. This series consists of correspondence, telegrams, bills, reports and printed materials. Topics include import quotas, investigation of lobbyists, the Taft-Hartley Act, social security and tariffs.
Arrangement note: Arrangement is alphabetical.
BoxFolder
281Acworth Methodist Church Property
282Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938
283Andrews, Neil, relief of
284Appropriations
285Azuma-Yuko, Bill for relief of
286Battey, George Magruder, III
287Bills introduced by Lanham, 85th Congress, 1957-1958
288Copies of folder #7 material
289Chattooga County, Bill for relief
2810Cobb, Grady, Bill for relief of
2811Code of Ethics
2812Conspirators Bill
2813Constitutional Amendment relative to Treaties
BoxFolder
291Department of Peace and Disarmament (B & L - HR 5099, introduced by H. Lanham)
292Disarmament Bill
293Erwin, Ernest, Bill for relief of
294Exemption Increase
295Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
296Federal Aid for Education
297Federal Budget
298Foreign Affairs Committee
299Gordillo, Dr. Alfredo Garcia
BoxFolder
301Gas Legislation
302Goodhart, Richard S.
303Hill, Mrs. A.H. (B & L)
304Hoshi Kazuo, relief of, 82nd Congress
305Imports, foreign - HR 6153 requiring written agreements
306Import Quotas - HR 2815
307Import Quotas, 1955-1956
308Import Quotas, 1956
309Income Surtax Exemption
3010Internal Revenue Code, Bill to Amend
3011Investigation of Japanese Import Agreement - HR 145
BoxFolder
311Leake, Woodrow W., bill for relief, House Resolution 5648
312Liberty Ship; Maritime Commission sale of ship to Panagos Diamanti
313Lobbying Correspondence
314Lobbying - Hearings by the House Select Committee on Lobbying Activities
315Lobbying Correspondence
316-7Lobbying Committee Incident
BoxFolder
321Lobby Investigation
322Markin, William Franklin
323Military Installations
324Military Leave
325Mundy, Agnese R., Bill for Relief of
326Petropoulous, Constantinos Demetrias, Bill for Relief of
327Plywood Import Quotas - HR 6152
328Postal & Federal Employees, 1957
329Postal & Federal Employees, 1955-1957
3210Public Works Committee
3211Refund for Overpayment of Subsistence Allowances
BoxFolder
331Reciprocal Trade Agreements, 1955-1956
332Revision of Status of Forces Agreement & Other Treaties
333Runaway Fathers Bill
334School Facility Construction - HR 7907
335Selective Service Act of 1948
336Shut-In Day
337Smathers Bill
338Smits, Willem, Bill for Relief of
339Social Security Act Amendment
3310Social Security Extension to JPs
3311Social Security Law Amendment
3312Soil Conservation Bill - HR 929
3313Southern States Manufacturing Company - Bill for Relief of
3314Supreme Court Qualifications
BoxFolder
341Taft-Hartley, April 1, 1949-September 2, 1950
342Taft-Hartley Act, March 1949
343Taft-Hartley Act, January-February 1949
344Taft-Hartley Clippings
BoxFolder
351Tariffs, 1955-1956
352Tariffs, 1955
353Tariffs, 1954-1955
354Tariff on Cotton Textiles
355Tariff on Wool
BoxFolder
361Tarver - Private Bills
362-3Thomas, William Franklin; Paul Anderson; Bishop, Harvey; Injured National Guardsmen
364Tre, Isabel, Bill for Relief of
365United Nation's Police Force
366Un-American Activities Committee
367United States Homes, relief
368Veterans Administration Income Determination
369-10Veterans Administration Investigation of Consolidation
3611Ward, Frank O., Bill for Relief of
3612Zone Committee
 

III. Personal, 1949-1957

Extent: 1.0 box
Extent: (.25 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists of those activities that are not directly associated with "legislating" or providing constituent services but are nevertheless part of the routine of every officeholder. Arrangement is alphabetical.
BoxFolder
371Army-Navy Football Tickets
372Hush Puppies
373Johnson, Mrs. Mignon
374Record Orders
BoxFolder
EM 5HLL-EM-875-030Letter delivered to Lanham's daughter after his death., 1957 Access Online
 

IV. Politicial, 1946-1956

Extent: 4.0 boxes
Extent: (2 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The Political series includes materials that relate to Lanham's campaigns for congress, as well as the presidential races of 1948 and 1952. The 1952 campaign includes correspondence regarding the "Hustle for Russell" club. In these materials are Lanham's views on civil rights, foreign policy and fiscal policies. Materials include correspondence, newspaper articles, telegrams, press releases and campaign brochures. Arrangement is alphabetical.
BoxFolder
381Campaign, 1954-1957
382Campaign, 1956
383Campaign, 1956
384Campaign, 1954-1956
385Campaign, 1954-1956
386Campaign, 1954
387Campaign, 1952
BoxFolder
391-2Campaign, 1952
393-5First Campaign, 1946
396Campaign Material, 1946-1952
397Campaign Material, 1948-1950
BoxFolder
401Democratic Committees
402Democratic Party Committee
403Inauguration - Eisenhower
404-5Political, General
406Politics, General
407Post Election, A-B, 1946
408Post Election, C, 1946
409Post Election, D-F, 1946
BoxFolder
411Post Election, G-H, 1946
412Post Election, I-K, 1946
413Post Election, M-O, 1946
414Post Election, P-R, 1946
415Post Election, S-T, 1946
416Post Election, U-Z, 1946
417Seventh District Democratic Executive Committee, 1954-1957
418Seventh District Democratic Executive Committee, 1950-1952
419Talmadge Columns
BoxFolder
EM 5HLL-EM-875-031Thank you letter from President Harry Truman, 1948 November 22 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-032HLL-EM-875-032 Letter from President Harry Truman, 1950 April 3 Access Online
 

V. Post Office, 1947-1957

Extent: 5.0 boxes
Extent: (2.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series includes appointment announcements and recommendations for postmaster positions throughout Lanham's district.
Arrangement note: Arrangement is alphabetical by town.
BoxFolder
421Post Office - A-B
422Adairsville Post Office
423Acworth Post Office
424Aragon Post Office
425Armuchee Post Office
426Austell Post Office
427Berryton Post Office
428Bremen, 1952-1953
429Bremen, 1949-1952
4210Buchanan Post Office
4211Calhoun Post Office
4212Cartersville Post Office
BoxFolder
431Cedartown Post Office
432Chatsworth Post Office
433Chickamauga Post Office
434Curryville Post Office
435Post Office - C-D
437Dallas Post Office
438Dalton Post Office
439Douglasville Post Office
4310Post Office - E-K
4311Post Office, General, 1952-1954
4312Post Office, General, 1947-1948
4313Gore Post Office
4314Holland Post Office
BoxFolder
441Kennesaw Post Office
442Kensington Post Office
443Kingston Post Office
444Post Office - L-P
445Lafayette Post Office
447Lyerly Post Office
448Mableton Post Office
449-10Marietta Post Office
4411Mount Berry Post Office
4412Postal Rate Increases
4413Powder Springs Post Office
4414Ramhurst Post Office
4415Reeves Post Office
BoxFolder
451Ringold Post Office
452-5Post Office - R
456Rising Fawn Post Office
457Rockmart Post Office
458Rocky Face Post Office
459-10Rome Post Office
4511Rossville Post Office
BoxFolder
461-2Post Office - S-T
463Silver Creek Post Office
464Smyrna Post Office
465Stilesboro Post Office
466Subligna Post Office
467Sulphur Springs Post Office
468Summerville Post Office
469Tallapoosa Post Office
4610Trenton Post Office
4611Tunnel Hill Post Office
4612Post Office - V-Z & General
4613Vinings Post Office
 

VI. Speech/Press

Extent: 1.0 box
Extent: (.5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The Speech/Press series includes the files of Lanham's view on various issues and positions, including civil rights and the activities of congress. There are speeches, correspondence and newspaper clippings. Arrangement is alphabetical.
BoxFolder
471Correspondence Re Weekly Reports
472Insertions in Congressional Record
473Miscellaneous Newspaper Letters
474Misc. Notices for Newspapers & Radio Stations
475Miscellaneous Radio Station Letters
476Miscellaneous - Speech
477Newspaper Articles and Correspondence
478Newspaper Column Rough Drafts, 1957
479-10Newspaper Correspondence, 1951
4711Newspaper Correspondence, 1949-1950
4712Newspaper Correspondence, 1948
4713Newspaper Correspondence, 1947
BoxFolder
481Radio stations [correspondence regarding newscasts], 1955-1957
482Weekly newsletters recorded, 1957
483Charles A. Rawson and Associates [correspondence with Rawson and Helen Bullard regarding publicity], 1953-1955
484Radio stations [correspondence], 1947-1954
485Weekly newsletters recorded, 1956
486Weekly newsletters recorded, 1954
487Weekly newsletters recorded, 1953
488-9Weekly newsletters recorded
BoxFolder
491-7Lanham's Weekly Letters [weekly reports], 1950-1951, 1955
BoxFolder
501-8Lanham's Weekly Letters [weekly reports], 1947-1949
 

VII. Case Mail [Restricted until 2028]

 

VIII. Photographs

Extent: 35.0 items
Scope and Content: This series primarily contains photographs related to Lanham's service on the House Committees on Public Works and Foreign Affairs. Among these images are photographs of Highway Improvement Association projects, the process of mining and distributing iron ore, flood scenes in Rome, Georgia, and U.S. Air Force planes. The remaining photographs are of Lanham himself and Lanham's friends, family, or political associates. It is important to note that several of these images are unidentified and/or undated.
BoxFolder
521Portraits of Henderson L. Lanham, Rome, Georgia, circa 1946.
Extent: [4 b/w, 5"x 3.5" and 1 negative]
522Highway Improvement Association
Extent: [9 b/w, 8" x 10"]
523Aerial view of State Route 82
Extent: [b/w, 8" x 8"]
524Flood scenes from Rome, Georgia, circa 1946.
Extent: [6 b/w, 3.5" x 5.5"]
525Iron ore mining
Extent: [4 b/w, 8" x 10"]
526U.S. Air Force planes
Extent: [2 b/w, 8" x 10"]
527Hoshi Kazuo with step-parents Sgt. and Mrs. Hubbard
Extent: [b/w, 4.5" x 6"]
528Dan Thornton, governor of Colorado, 1954.
Extent: [6 3.5" x 5.5", b/w, 1 3.25" x 2.5"]
529Dr. Orison Sweet Marden and Mr. Erwin A. Holt, 1919.
Extent: [b/w, 5.5" x 3.5"]
5210Warren Hutcheson
Extent: [b/w, 3.5" x 2.5"]
5211E.C. Sedford
Extent: [b/w, 4.25" x 3.25"]
5212George and Georgia Picture Shoppe, front view
Extent: [b/w, 3.5" x 5"]
5213Front view of house, unidentified
Extent: [b/w, 3.25" x 4.75"]
BoxFolder
EM 5HLL-EM-875-001Henderson Lanham sitting down next to three physically disabled children. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-002Henderson Lanham standing next to a boy on crutches. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-003Henderson Lanham standing behind a boy in a wheelchair. Access Online
EM 5HLL_EM-875-004Henderson Lanham sitting next to a young girl with muscular dystrophy. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-005Henderson Lanham and unidentified man walking down a passageway with luggage. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-006Audience for Unity for Service National Exchange Club event., 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-007Audience of Unity for Service National Exchange Club event., 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-008Henderson Lanham standing with three unidentified in fron of a plaque reading "Unity for Service National Exchange Club", 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-009Henderson Lanham standing next to unidentified man Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-010Henderson Lanham standing on the sidewalk in from of a building in Washington, D.C. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-011Henderson Lanham on a stage outdoors speaking to a crowd of people. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-012Henderson Lanham on a stage indoors speaking to a crowd of graduates at their commencement. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-013Henderson Lanham on a stage outdoors speaking to a crowd of people. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-014Unidentfied priest holding an award in American Legion Clubhouse., 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-015Henderson Lanham sitting next to unidentfied priest at an annual banquet meeting in a church, 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-016"Pictures taken at annual banquet meeting of church. Sent by Otis Trimble, Takoma Park, Maryland."(verso) Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-017Henderson Lanham, standing, among four unidentfied men, one of them being the president of Floyd County's Chapter of Young People's League for Better Government of Georgia. The picture was taken at the American Legion Clubhouse., 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-018"Congressman Henderson L. Lanham, of Rome, with W.M. (Mike) Cheatham, President of Floyd County Chapter of Young People's League for Better Government of Georgia - taken at American Legion Clubhouse, September 1951."(verso) Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-019Henderson Lanham and unidentified man standing in front of American Legion Clubhouse., 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-020"Floyd County members of the Young People's League for Better Government with Congressman Lanham and visitors from Macon, September 1951." (verso) Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-021Floyd County members of the Young People's League for Better Government with Congressman Lanham and visitors from Macon., 1951 Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-022Henderson Lanham in his office sitting at desk. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-023Henderson Lanham standing in front of the National Gallery of Art building. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-024Henderson Lanham at the National Gallery of Art looking at a painting. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-025Henderson Lanham at the National Gallery of Art looking at a painting. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-026Henderson Lanham standing next to an unidentfied man in front of the National Gallery of Art building. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-027Henderson Lanham at the National Gallery of Art standing next to a painting. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-028Henderson Lanham standing next to a statue outdoors in Rome, Italy. Access Online
EM 5HLL-EM-875-029Buildings in Rome, Italy. Access Online
 

IX. Scrapbooks

BoxFolder
EM 1HLL-EM-440Scrapbook of material relating primarily to Henderson Lanham's political career, 1949 Access Online