Brock Adams photograph collection circa 1920-1992 1959-1992


Brock Adams photograph collection, circa 1920-1992, 1959-1992

Brock Adams photograph collection circa 1920-1992 1959-1992

Photographs documenting Brock Adams's political career in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate

approximately 4,500 photographs; 10 boxes


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