Tom Lawson McCall Photographs Collection [graphic] 1905-1984, 1966-1975.


Tom Lawson McCall Photographs Collection [graphic] 1905-1984, 1966-1975.

Images document the family of Tom Lawson McCall (1913-1983) and his career in journalism, radio and television broadcasting, politics, and Oregon state government, most notably his two terms as Governor, 1966-1975. The collection includes an unusually high percentage of candid shots for a politicians' collection. In addition to photographs of McCall, the collection includes images of his wife, Audrey, throughout; other family members, including his mother, Dorothy Lawson McCall; and numerous local, state, and national politicians and government officials.

1,346 photographic prints : b&w ; various sizes.533 photographic prints : col. ; 20 x 25 cm. (8 x 10 in.) or smaller.134 slides : col. ; 35 mm.300 negatives : b&w and col. ; 35 mm.7 photograph albums (885 prints) : b&w and col. ; various sizes.


SNAC Resource ID: 7765616

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