Steve Neal photographs collection [graphic], circa 1965-1979.


Steve Neal photographs collection [graphic], circa 1965-1979.

Photographs of national and Oregon state politicians and government officials, collected by Steve Neal. The photographs date from circa 1965-1979 and depict Carl Albert, Arthur Fleming, Wally Hickel, Henry Jackson, Melvin Laird, Tom McCall, George McGovern, Clay Myers, Richard Nixon, Bob Packwood, Charles Sprague, and Wendell Wyatt. Photographers include Photo Art Commercial Studio, among others.

0.16 cubic feet (36 photographs and 1 photomechanical print in 4 folders and 1 oversize folder).


SNAC Resource ID: 7139354

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