Neuberger Family Photographs Collection [graphic], 1893-ca. 1997, (bulk 1950-1966).

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Neuberger Family Photographs Collection [graphic], 1893-ca. 1997, (bulk 1950-1966).

Photographs document the personal and professional lives of Richard and Maurine Brown Neuberger, 1893-1980. The collection includes photographs of the Brown, Kelty, and Neuberger families. The bulk of the collection, however, documents the political lives of Richard and Maurine in the Oregon Legislature and U.S. Senate from 1950 to 1966.

138 photographic prints : b&w ; 28 x 35 cm. (11x14 in.) or smaller + 1 photocopy (b&w; 21 x 35 cm. (8.5 x 14 in.)6 photographic prints : col. ; 13 x 18 cm. (8 x 10 in.) or smaller.

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