Newcomer portraits, M-Z, 1926-1970 (bulk 1950-1969).

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Newcomer, E. D., 1896-1973. Newcomer portraits, M-Z, 1926-1970 (bulk 1950-1969).

Newcomer portraits, M-Z, 1926-1970 (bulk 1950-1969).

Summary: Photographs by E.D. Newcomer of people including celebrities, politicians, artists, businessmen, and others, from 1928 to 1970. Includes photographs of Harry Truman campaigning from a train; the funeral procession of Brig. General Oscar Temple, adjutant general of the Arizona National Guard and former Rough Rider; Robert Wingfield at the Camp Verde adobe ruins; and President Franklin Roosevelt riding in a car with Gov. Hunt and Carl Hayden.

2 linear ft. (4 boxes)

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