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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Contact sheets (All photographs are black and white unless indicated otherwise):

Picture boards (All photographs are black and white unless indicated otherwise):

Picture boards and CD-Roms:

Oversize photographs:

35 mm color slides and Dick Swanson Photo Log:

Their Way: 44 People Who Did It Right or Who Did it Wrong

35 mm color slides:

35 mm color slides:

35 mm color slides and video tape:

RESTRICTED:

Posters:

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Dick L. Swanson Photographic Archive, 1959-1994.



Descriptive Summary

Creator Swanson, Dick L.
Title: Dick L. Swanson Photographic Archive,
Dates: 1959-1994.
Abstract: Photonegatives, prints, and slides comprise the bulk of the Dick L. Swanson Photographic Archive. Images document the career of photojournalist Swanson from 1959-1994, and cover events in Asia, Central America, Europe, Eastern Bloc countries, the Caribbean, the Middle East, South Africa, and the United States.
Accession numbers 94-249, 94-260, 94-272, 94-289, 95-114, 96-135, 2007-235, 2013-007
Extent: 3,057 photonegatives (black and white, color, 35mm); 39 photonegatives (black and white, color, 4×5); 14 photoprints (black and white); 7 photoprints (color); 1,001 photoprints (black and white contact sheets); 11,000 positive transparencies (slides); 1 bound book proposal
Language Materials are in English
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Raised in rural Illinois, Dick Swanson (b. 1934) worked on his uncle's weekly newspaper as a child. He graduated from the University of Illinois, then worked as staff photographer for the Davenport Democrat and the Des Moines Register. In 1966 Swanson went to Vietnam on assignment for Life Magazine. Swanson continued with Life as White House photographer until 1972. He has photographed for Time,People,Money,Fortune,National Geographic, the Washington Post, and Newsweek.

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Arrangement

This collection is organized by photo assignment number. Swanson's four major employers used different numbering systems. Time assignments begin with "T." Life and People assignments use a five- or six-digit number (72000-101000). Black Star Publishing has the month, year, and a four digit number (2-69-1456). When two numbering systems appear on a file or slide, the Life number takes precedence. Refer to Swanson's photo log in Box 3S424 for additional information.

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Restrictions

Use Restrictions

Access restricted for portions of this collection. Photographer retains reproduction copyright on all images. Contact repository for further information.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Dick L. Swanson Photographic Archive, 1959-1994, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Archive

 
Box
3S366 Contact sheets (All photographs are black and white unless indicated otherwise):
Photo Assignments:
1968-1970:
Vietnam, #T9076 1968
John Paul Vann, Vietnam, #80778 1968
William Rogers, secretary of state, #T14801
Vietnam, captured weapons, #T14840
Pacification efforts, #T16656 1970
Vietnam, #T16734 1970
Vietnam, #T16973 1970
Lon Nol, press conference, #T17994
U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia, #T18595
Photo Assignments (1974-1989):
1974:
William E. Simon, secretary of treasury, #A12-353-A1
George Bush, CIA director, #8793
Morris K. Udall, U.S. Senator, #22331
Francis Thomas, judge, Washington, DC, #88993
William Fulbright and Dale Bumpers [campaigning in Arkansas], #89181
Lawrence Hogan and Barbara Jordan, #89570
Charles Ravenel and family, #89599
White House changing the guard, #89634
President Ford and Nelson Rockefeller, #89695
Ed Dickensen, Korean POW, #89720
Draft Amnesty Board, #89971
Virginia Hewlitt, hostess, Williamsburg, Virginia, #90033
Jeanne Jordan Kirkpatrick, Georgetown University professor, #90089
David Thompson, North Carolina State basketball player, #90170
Milton Stover Eisenhower, #90212
Gerald R. Ford at class reunion, #90295
Dustin Hoffman directing play, #90302
Al Ullman, U.S. Congressman, #90349
Gerald R. Ford and Mohammed Ali, #90364
Gerald R. Ford and French President Valéry D'Estaing, #90383
1975:
Earnest McMillian, Vietnam paraplegic, #274644
U.S. Attorney General William Saxbe and wife, #90481
Donald Rumsfeld, President Ford's chief of staff, #90482
Nancy Lammerding and Nick Ruew wedding, #90583
John Warner, American Bicentennial Committee, #90684
Jordan, Bentsen, Abzug, et al., political fundraiser, #90726
HUD Secretary Carla Hills and husband Rod, #90727
John Connally, former Governor of Texas, in Washington DC, #90870
Betty Ford in Brussels, #91126
Gary Trudeau, cartoonist, #91179
Julia Taft, Director of Refugee Task Force, #91190
Jerry Schneider, electronic expert, #91254
John Washington II [George's descendent], #91283
Mrs. Willroy, Blair House Hostess, #91284
Blair Lee III, Virginia Lieutenant Governor, #91322
James Marshall Henry III [Patrick Henry's descendent], #91323
B. O. Calloway [Ford Administration], #91347
U.S. Senator William Proxmire and family, #91420
Paul Connolly, #91447
Fred Harris, presidential campaign, #91472
Gerald Ford, swimming [underwater shots], #91499
Francis Knight, State Department Passport Division, #91671
David and Julie Eisenhower, #91675
Nancy Kissinger, #91678
U.S. Congressman John W. Jenrette and wife Rita, #91968
Pat Fisher, football player [Redskins], #92006
Carter Brown, Director of National Gallery, #92059
William Ruckelshaus and wife, #92086
Darlene Schmalzreid, #92101
James Abourezk, U.S. Senator, #92131
Francis Parson, deaf teacher at Gallaudet College, #92153
Consumer Affairs Coordinator Joan Braden and husband, #92159
Clyde Litton, plastic surgeon, #92180
1976:
William T. Coleman, secretary of transportation, #92285
Gerald R. Ford and Itzhak Rabin at state dinner, #92315
Jack Ford with Chris Evert [tennis pro] at state dinner, #92315
Nick Thorne, Director U.S. Sinai Field Mission, #92326
Nick Thorne, Director U.S. Sinai Field Mission, #92336
Pamela Powell, Youth Director [Ford administration], #92407
Patrick Anderson, author, #92431
Judge Stewart Oniglia and family, #92471
Barry Goldwater, U.S. Senator, Arizona, #92478
Donald Rumsfeld, secretary of defense, #92514
Clarence Kelley, FBI director, #92635
Jim Mulligan, Vietnam POW, #92681
Gary Everhart, Director of U.S. Park Service, #92768
Richard and Lynne Cheney, President Ford, #92789
Dr. Calle, National Institute of Health, #92790
Lindy Boggs, U.S. Congresswoman, #92824
Lawrence McDonald, U.S. Congressman, #92828
William J. Usery, secretary of labor, #92855
Savitri's VIP yoga class, #92901
Mary T. Brooks, Director of U.S. Mint, #92929
Republican boat party, #92945
Art Buchwald dressed as Benedict Arnold, #92971
Susan Ford dressed as Betsy Ross, #92984
Edgar Berman, physician, #93015
Jack Ford, #93125
Mrs. Daniel Gearhart at husband's funeral, #93147
Mrs. Daniel Gearhart, wife of executed mercenary, #93193
Sugar Ray Leonard, at home, #93221
Elizabeth Dole, new wife of Senator Robert J. Dole, #93245
Louis H. Wilson, U.S. Marine commandant, #93256
Michael Collins, astronaut, #93262
Stephen B. Bull, ex-aide to Nixon, #93341
Elmo R. Zumwalt, Navy admiral, #93376
Mary Pinchot Meyer, murder site, #93507
Anastasia claimant, Charlottesville, Virginia, #93540
U.S. Senator John Warner and wife, Liz Taylor, #93584
Bert Jones, Baltimore Colts quarterback, #93642
Milton and Judith Viorst, authors, #93643
President Jimmy Carter's "peanut" Washington [ People Magazine year end issue], #93699
Milton Pitts, presidential barber, #93736
Stock car racing and Palm Restaurant, #93744
Aerials of Washington DC, #93756
1977:
New Senators being sworn in, #93823
Georgia women in Carter administration, #93914
Nan Powell, wife of Jody Powell, #93926
Charles Trentham [Reverend], #93945
Margaret "Midge" Costanza, President Carter aide, #94055
Max Cleland, Veterans Administration chief and Vietnam veteran, #94090
Dolly Jacobs, Ringling Brothers circus performer, #94143
Marion Burros, food writer, #94205
Garrett Epps, author, #94254
Harold Krents [ Butterflies are Free], #94255
President Carter, England trip, #94356
Charles Ruff, special prosecutor, #94517
Murray Bowen, physician, #94578
Anne Wexler, Carter staff assistant and Joseph D. Duffey, chairman for NEH, #94642
W. Michael Blumenthal, treasury secretary, #94643
U.S. Senator Charles S. Robb and wife Lynda Bird, #94644
Cheryl Phipps, skipper, #94676
Ice sculpture, Philadelphia, #94785
Patricia Harris, HUD secretary, #94812
Croupier school, #94813
Marjorie Holmes, author, #94873
Labelle Lance, wife of Bert Lance, #94945
Sol Linowitz, U.S. Ambassador to Panama, #94980
Clark M. Clifford, attorney, Washington DC, #95052
Art Buchwald and wife, #95056
Robert F. Drinan, congressman, #95082
Eric Severeid, television newscaster, #95152
W. H. Bone & Co., restaurant, #95275
Margaret "Midge" Costanza, President Carter aide, #95348
U.S. Congressman John W. Jenrette and wife Rita, #95367
Paul A. Haber and Max Cleland #98422
Peter Edward Ramsbotham, British Ambassador to the U.S., #95425
1978:
Robert G. "Bobby" Baker and family, #95479
Hamilton Jordan, Carter chief of staff, #95563
Simcha Dinitz, Israeli Ambassador, #95582
Howard Baker, U.S. Senator, #95597
Ashraf A. Ghorbal, Egyptian Ambassador, #95636
Kirby Jones [Cuban Connnection], #95668
Tandy Dickenson, Tongsun Park's girlfriend, #95700
Simcha Dinitz and Ashraf A. Ghorbal #95722
White House chef Henry Haller and family, #95814
Elephant trainer, Ringling Brothers, #95882
Jack Valenti, #95888
Tongsun Park, Korean businessman, #95966
Muriel Humphrey, U.S. Senator, #96020
Clarence Nokes, inventor of robot lawnmower, #96052
Jimmy Carter, country music party, #96062
Terre Fleener, arrested in Israel, #96092
Constantine Seferils, sculptor, #96202
Seven-foot wide house, Washington DC, #96366
Pandas in National Zoo, #96393
Jacob K. Javits, U.S. Senator, #96405
Donna Cooper, soap opera star, #96464
Gary Davis, #96500
Albert L. Lehninger, Johns Hopkins physician, #96512
Gary Davis, #96517
Gerda Afsi-Nugent, #96579
William Peter Blatty, author, #96717
Strom Thurmond, U.S. Senator, #96742
Pam Shriver, professional tennis player, #96800
Sidney Wolfe, physician and consumer advocate, #97188
Marion Barry, mayor of Washington DC, #97230
Bruce estate [where daughter was murdered], #97382
1979:
Taiwan Embassy closure, #T41332
Marion Barry sworn in by Thurgood Marshall, #97518
White House back stairs, #97558
Health clinic in Appalachia, #97605
Arnold Miller, child's kidnapping, #97662
Michael Pertschuk, Federal Trade Commission, #97663
Deng Xiao Ping at White House, #97664
Michael Pertschuk, Federal Trade Commission, #97687
Dick Motta, Bullets coach, #97688
Linda Gill, artist, #97954
The Leaping Canestrellis, Ringling Brothers Circus, #98010
Jody Powell, Carter press secretary, #98019
Arnold Miller, kidnapped child returned, #98295
Alejandro Orfilla, ambassador to Organization of Arab States, #98423
Terre Fleener, student jailed as spy in Israel, #98742
Hamilton Jordan, Carter chief of staff, #98848
1980:
Bastille Day waiters' race, #101069
U.S. Senator Lowell Weiker and family, #101731
Pat Lee, wife of Iran hostage, #101748
Art Buchwald and wife Ann, #101749
U.S. Congressman John W. Jenrette and wife Rita, #101763
Flynn "families" story, #102107
Marion Edelman, Children's Defense Fund, #102114
Mary Jo Bane, assistant secretary, Department of Education, #102140
1981:
Arthur Norton, U.S. Census Bureau, #102146
Anna Channault, #102384
Pat Lee, wife of Iran hostage, #102416
William Safire, columnist, New York Times, #102532
Doug Casey, stock broker, #102861
Paula Hawkins, U.S. Senator, #102862
Brooks McClure, hostage expert, #103006
Sara Barnett, president of Resource Development Systems, #103124
Iran hostage family, #103229
Lillian Rogers Parks, #103387
Tony Coelho, U.S. Congressman, #103973
Morris K. Udall, U.S. Senator, #104677
James Brady going home after shooting, #104851
1982:
El Salvador elections, #105745
El Salvador elections, D'Aubisson and Duarte, #105764
Sam Donaldson, ABC newsman, #106506
Geppeto's "Leaning Tower of Pizza Pie," #107230
Robert Squire, political media consultant, #107306
Neighborhood Patrol, #107332
John Hinkley feature photo, Reagan shooter, #107704
George White, Capital architect, #108174
1983:
Michael Pertschuk, Federal Trade Commission, #108561
Richardson/Hamlyn country store, #108978
Edward J. "Ed" Rollins, Reagan deputy assistant, #109869
1985:
Dennis McCarthy, Secret Service agent, #115558
1986:
Richard Kessler, author, #116153
Leo Broadhead and wife at Vietnam Memorial, Washington DC, #116841
1987:
Hmong in America, National Geographic (color)
1988:
Midwestern drought, Washington Post
1989:
Grand Prix bicycle race

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Box
3S363 Picture boards (All photographs are black and white unless indicated otherwise):
White House News Photographers Association contest:
entries: 1987
"House of the People" (1 panel, color)
"Tribute and Sorrow" (1 panel)
"Vietnam Memorial at Sunrise" (1 panel, color)
entries: 1988
"Impala at Risk" (1 panel, color)
"Killer Tornado" (1 panel, color)
"People of Apartheid" (3 panels)
"Separate and Unequal" (1 panel)
"Shared Future?" (1 panel)
"So Are You!" (1 panel)
"South Africa-Room for All?" (3 panels)
"Untitled" (1 panel)
"Village Playground" (1 panel)
"The Woodcutter" (1 panel)

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3S364 Picture boards and CD-Roms:
White House News Photographers Association contest:
entries: 1989
"Dry is the land" (3 panels)
"East Meets West" (1 panel, color)
"Final Assault" (3 panels)
"First Day of School" (1 panel, color)
"Ghosts of Summer" (1 panel)
"Hmong Gothic" (1 panel, color)
"I'm the winner and you're not!" (1 panel)
"Man supposes-God disposes" (1 panel)
"New Neighborhood" (1 panel, color)
"Salvador Medivac" (3 panels)
entries: 1992
"The American way …" (1 panel)
"Bucolic Cottage" (1 panel)
"Day trippers" (1 panel, color)
"Eudora Welty" (1 panel)
"Jane Livingston" (1 panel)
entries: 1993
"Just Married" (1 panel)
"No More Questions" (1 panel)
"Our Long National Nightmare is Over" (1 panel)
"Terminator, too" (1 panel)

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Box
3S263 Oversize photographs:
Picture boards:
33rd Annual Photo Competition and Exhibition:
13-year-old Laotian Soldier/Refugee (1 panel, color)
60 Years Young, Senator Proxmire (1 panel)
Attorney General [William] Saxbe (1 panel)
Bangladesh Famine (6 separate panels)
Ben Suc (Iron Triangle) Relocated Villagers (1 panel, color)
Cambodia (1 panel, color)
Cambodian Refugee Camp (1 panel, color)
C-47 "Spooky" Gunship, Vietnam (1 panel, color)
Fall of Saigon, [evacuation plane] (1 panel) 1975
Fleeing Saigon (3 panels)
Hong Kong Riots, (1 panel, color) May 196?
Last Exit from Saigon (3 panels)
Laotian Refugee (1 panel, color)
Laotian Refugees (1 panel, color)
Montagnard Refugee Camp in Vietnam Highlands (1 panel)
Orphan Refugee, Vietnam (1 panel)
Quaker Children's Center, Vietnam (1 panel)
Saigon Evacuation (1 panel)
U.S. Army Camp, Vietnam (1 panel)
Vietnamese Refugee Camp (1 panel, color)
Vietnamese Refugee Camp in Cambodia (1 panel, color)
Vietnamese Refugees -- Grandmother and Grandchild (1 panel, color)
Village of Ben Suc, Vietnam (1 panel)
Why Are These Men Laughing? (1 panel)
Unmounted prints:
Ambassadors Dinitz and Gorbal in the Kennedy Center Hall of Nations
Ben Suc refugees, relocated (color)
Cozumel, Mexico, (color) 1968
Cozumel, Mexico [underwater shot of snorkeler] (color)
Doctors in front of Appalachian mobil health clinic
Hamilton Jordan, Carter chief of staff
The Leaping Canistrellis, Ringling Brothers
Makati, Philippines, Infrared (color)
Salvadorian riders hold their bus upright
Senator Jacob Javits swimming
Terre Fleener, student jailed as spy
Vienna (color) 1990
Vietnam, radar/communications (color)
Jim Brady and President Ronald Reagan
George H. W. Bush, CIA director,Haunted
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3S363 Dr. Spock, March on Washington, #86008, 1971
Senator Muskie, #87125, 1972
Nixon says goodbye, #115777, 1974
President Ford swimming, probably #91499, circa 1975
President Carter in England, #94356, 1977
Box
3S263 Laminated:
"B Company on Patrol" [ Life cover about Australian troops in Vietnam, ] (color) March 6, 1967

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Box
3S424 35 mm color slides and Dick Swanson Photo Log:
Job assignment:
Undated:
Bali
Funeral after rocket attack, Vietnam
Black U.S. soldier [Vietnam]
Senator Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson
Smithsonian article(s)
Assorted selects, includes Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, South Africa, Bangladesh, and Indonesia, circa 1963-1980
Photo Assignments (1965-1968):
1965:
Minnesota Flood, #72727
Vietnam: 1966,
Buddhist riots, Saigon, #75361
Attack on Tan Son Nhut Airbase, Vietnam, #75566
Buddhist riots, Saigon, #75754
MIG fighters with U.S. airmen, Vietnam, #75823
Tuy Hoa refugees, Vietnam, #75937
Buddhist riots, Saigon, #75957
Buddhist immolation, Saigon, #76032
Buddha's birthday celebration, Saigon, #76098
Major Bernard Fisher in Vietnam, #8-66-770
Los Banos Rice Institute, "Miracle Rice," #76879
Vietnam elections, #76990
Weapons in Vietnam, #T2626
Quaker Children's Center, Vietnam, #11-66-1261
Dr. Bill Owen, 'Bac Si' from Iowa, Vietnam, #77779
Vietnam: 1967,
Iron Triangle and Ben Suc refugees, Vietnam, #77967
Australian soldiers in Vietnam, #78021
Michelle Ray, French journalist, prisoner, #78183
Tet cease fire, stand down, #78190
Tank crew, Vietnam, #78262
Helicopters, "C Zone jumping," Vietnam, #78262
American Operations Management, Vietnam, #4-67-2076
Southeast Asia: 1967,
Bataan 25th Anniversary, Philippines, #78543
Hong Kong, #78854
Communist riots, Hong Kong, #78854
Taal Volcano, Philippines, #79018
Tom Fox, International Volunteer Service, Vietnam, #79128
Antonio Villegas, Manilla mayor, #79201
General Van "Big" Minh in Bangkok, Thailand, #79233
Cement company, Bangkok, Thailand, #8-67-2897
Makati, "the New City," Philippines, #8-67-2899
U.S. Carrier Forrestal fire, aftermath, #79428
United States: 1967,
Peace demonstrations, Washington DC, #79895
General Lew Walt's Day of Honor, Kansas, #80010
Vietnam: 1968,
Khe Sanh, Vietnam, #80449
Tet Offensive, Saigon [American Embassy, aftermath], #80481
Tet Offensive, Saigon [fires from mortar attack], #80481
Tet Offensive, Saigon [refugees], #80481
Elephant lift, Vietnam, #80823
Laos: 1968,
U.S. prisoner release, Vientiane, Laos, #81620
Night sniper scope, #81690
Laos, #81875
Prince Souvanna Phouma of Laos and others, #81875
Buddhists and Buddhist temples, Laos, #81875
Laotian military in camp, #81875
High life in Laos, #81875
American community, Vientiane, Laos, #81875
Mountain people, ethnic Hmong or Meo, Laos, #81875
Edgar "Pop" Buell, USAID coordinator, #81875
Food drop to mountain people, Laos, #81875
Evacuating mountain people, Laos, #81875
Hoa My village, Vietnam [ Fortune, ] April, 1968
United States: 1968,
Horse and autumn scene, #5-68-5918
Color slide samples, #5-68-5919
Fall scenic views, #5-68-5920
Vietnam and Cambodia: 1968,
President Thieu and Cao Ky, Vietnam, #82120
Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker, Vietnam, #82120
U.S. military leaders [Generals Wheeler, Brown and Westmoreland] in Vietnam, #82120
Vietnamese priest, #82120
Prince Sihanouk, Cambodia, #82202
Release of Vietcong prisoners, Saigon, #82300
Horse racing, Saigon, #82300

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3S424 Their Way: 44 People Who Did It Right or Who Did it Wrong, book proposal 2006

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3S425 35 mm color slides:
Photo Assignments (1969-1990):
Vietnam: 1969,
Vietnam scenes, #2-69-8691
Saigon, #2-69-8691
Hue, #2-69-8691
General Creighton Abrams, #82618
Vietnamese television, #82745
Australian carrier Melbourne, damaged, #83274
Departing soldier story, #83320
Southeast Asia: 1969,
Burma Railway memories, #4-69-9529
Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, Manila, #8-69-355
Philippine business, #8-69-355
Ngam Ngun Dam construction, Laos, #8-69-459
Tin mining by hand, Malaysia, #8-69-463
Tin mining by machine, Malaysia, #8-69-510
Traffic scenes, Bangkok, Thailand, #8-69-511
Southeast Asia: 1970,
Nixon in Manila, Philippines, #T4167
Nixon in Bangkok, Thailand, #T4169
Defoliation in Vietnam, #T4347
Laos: 1970,
Airbase medical unit, Laos, #84429
Funeral, Laos, #84897
Cambodia: 1970,
Cambodia scenes, #84897
Lon Nol and Matak, #84897
Cambodian troops, #84897
Vietnamese exiles in Cambodia, #T4443
Pakistan: 1970,
Tarbela Dam construction, West Pakistan, #3-70-2070
United Sates: 1971,
Black funeral after tornado, Mississippi, #85791
Girl's basketball tournament, Iowa, #85848
Everglades fire, Florida, #85985
Vietnam Veterans Against the War demonstration, Long Island, New York, #86125
Forest fires in the Southwest, #86285
Bicycling along the B&O Canal, New York, #86349
Ted Kennedy tours India, #86457
Auto sales in Houston [ Life cover], #86572
Nebraska football mania, #86698
Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, #86719
Karl Schiller, German finance minister, #12-71-9078
1972:
Super Bowl football team [Colts and Dolphins] portraits, #86830
Henry Kissinger and wife, #86930
Geoffrey Cowan, Henry Howell [ Fortune,] February 1972
Edmund S. Muskie, U.S. Senator, campaigning, #87125
U.S. Pay Board [ Fortune, ] April 1972
Federal Communications Commission board [ Fortune, ] July 1972
Ted Kennedy relaxing with kids, Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, #87443
Thomas Eagleton, U.S. Senator, #87505
Sargent Shriver, #87602
Price Commission [ Fortune, ] October 1972
L. Patrick Gray, FBI chief, #87682
La Belle Creole resort, St. Martin Island [ Fortune, ] May 1972
Voter registration, California, #87795
1973-1979:
U.S. Economic Conference, 1974
Carla Hills, HUD Secretary, #90727 1975
Betty Ford in Brussels, #91126 1975
Julie and David Eisenhower, #91675 1975
Saudi Arabia, 1976
Art Buchwald as Benedict Arnold, #92971 1976
Susan Ford as Betsy Ross, #92984 1975
Howard Baker, U.S. Senator, #95597 1978
Jacob Javits, U.S. Senator, #96405 1978
1980-1990:
New York Harbor on July 4th, 1986
Lost Fork Ranch, Montana, 1989
Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota, 1990
Vienna, 1990
Berlin, 1990
Budapest, 1990
Dresden, 1990
Warsaw, 1990

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3S426 35 mm color slides:
Photo Assignments:
1966-1991:
Construction in Vietnam, #11-66-1244 1966,
Senator Harold E. Hughes, Iowa [hunting trip in the Yucatan], #9-68-7125 1968,
East Pakistan typhoon aftermath [emergency food distribution in Ganges delta], #11-70-4095 1970,
Philadelphia story, 1973
29 rolls plus duplicates
Gerald Ford Golf Tournament, Vail, Colorado [Ford with Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason and Hale Irwin], 1977
5 rolls
Senator Robert Dole campaigning at home, Russell, Kansas, 1977
9 rolls
Hmong in America [Laotian Mountain people living in America, National Geographic story, ] 1987
490 rolls (incomplete)
Cuttyhunk Seasons [Summer on small island west of Martha's Vineyard, National Geographic story, ] 1991
798 rolls (incomplete)

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3S427 35 mm color slides and video tape:
Photo Assignments:
1994:
Return to Vietnam [North and South Vietnam revisited]
80 rolls (missing rolls 31, 36, and 69)
"Home to Vietnam: A Forty Year Odyssey"

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3S365 Negatives (All negatives are black and white unless indicated otherwise) RESTRICTED:
(35 mm): 1968-1993
John Paul Vann, Vietnam, #80778 1968
Pacification efforts, #T16656 1970
Lon Nol, press conference, #T17994 1970
U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia, #T18595 1970
Dick Swanson helping soldier, Vietnam, 1972
William E. Simon, secretary of treasury, #A12-353-A1 1974
George Bush, CIA director, #8793 1974
Morris K. Udall, U.S. Senator, #22331 1974
Earnest McMillian, Vietnam paraplegic, #274644 1975
Jack Ford and Chris Evert, #92315 1975
President Carter, England trip, #94356 1977
Art Buchwald and wife, #95056 1977
Taiwan Embassy closure, #T41332 1979
Hmong in America, National Geographic (color) 1987
Midwestern drought, Washington Post 1988
Grand Prix bicycle race, 1989
Newborn giraffe, National Zoo, Washington Post, 1993
Assorted negatives, (35 mm): circa 1971-1984
Dr. Spock, March on Washington, #86008, 1971
Senator Muskie, includes contact sheet, #87125, 1972
Nixon says goodbye, #115777, 1974
George Bush, Haunted, #8793 (includes contacts), 1974
President Ford swimming, probably #91499, circa 1975
Max Cleland, #94090, 1977
President Carter in England, #94356, 1977
Jim Brady and President Reagan, circa 1981-1984
(4 × 5): 1970-1987
Kennedy Space Center, late (color) 1970s
Picture boards, 1980s
Hmong in America, (color) 1987

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3So60g Posters:
Campaign poster for Ford and Dole, 1976
U.S. Capital at dawn, 1986
Statue of Liberty panorama, 1986

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