Mayor Joseph M. Barr photograph collection, 1956-1969.

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Barr, Joseph M., 1906-1982. Mayor Joseph M. Barr photograph collection, 1956-1969.

Mayor Joseph M. Barr photograph collection, 1956-1969.

Photographs show Mayor Barr along with Presidents John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson; Gen. Park Chunghu, the President of South Korea; Vice President Hubert Humphrey (one print is signed by Humphrey); US Attorney General Robert Kennedy; Gov. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois; four Governors of Pennsylvania (George Leader, Raymond Shaffer, David Lawrence, and Robert Casey); seven mayors of major U.S. cities (John Lindsay of New York, Richard Dayley of Chicago, Jim Tate of Philadelphia, Raymond Tuker of St. Louis, Jerry Cavanaugh of Detroit, Robert Wagner of St. Paul, and Neal Blaisdell of Honolulu); and several local figures (Congressmen William Morehead and Jim Fulton, State Representative K. Leroy Irvis, Judges Ruggero Aldisert and John Brosky, and John Cardinal Wright). The back of the each includes the person, place, date, etc. The case file contains several of the letters conveying the photographs to Mayor Barr.

154 items (BW 8x10 prints)

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