Warren G. Magnuson photograph collection, between 1930 and 1980  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Compiler
Magnuson, Warren G. (Warren Grant), 1905-1989
Title
Warren G. Magnuson photograph collection
Dates
between 1930 and 1980 (inclusive)
between 1940 and 1980 (bulk)
Quantity
approximately 3200 photographic prints (27 boxes) ; sizes vary
Collection Number
PH0638
Summary
Photographs documenting the political career of Warren G. Magnuson, who served as U.S. Senator from Washington for 36 years
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Additional Reference Guides

These materials form part of the Warren G. Magnuson Papers, which are described and indexed in the guide to the Warren Grant Magnuson Papers and Collected Materials on Magnuson .

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Introduction

Born in 1905 and adopted by a Swedish family in Moorehead, Minnesota, Warren Magnuson moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. He began practicing law soon after he graduated from the University of Washington Law School in 1929. His early positions included Executive Secretary of the Seattle Municipal League, Special Prosecuting Attorney for King County, Assistant U.S. District Attorney and attorney to the Washington Emergency Relief Administration. Magnuson, a Democrat, began his political career in the Washington State House of Representatives during the 1933 legislative session. In 1934 he was elected King County Prosecuting Attorney, an office he held until his election to the U.S. House of Representatives from the First District in 1936. During his tenure in the House, Congressman Magnuson served on the Naval Affairs Committee and the Alaska International Highway Commission. A naval reservist before World War II, Magnuson spent several months on active duty in 1942.

In 1944 Magnuson was a successful candidate, for the Senate. He assumed his Senate seat early when his predecessor, Homer T. Bone, resigned shortly before the end of his term, thereby giving Magnuson seniority over other newly elected Senators.

Warren Magnuson was best known throughout his long Congressional career for his championship of consumer and health legislation. Appointed to the Commerce Committee in 1945, he became chair of that committee in 1955 after the Democrats took control of the Senate. Consumer protection legislation was an important part of the Commerce Committee's agenda throughout Magnuson's 23 years as chairman. In 1966 a separate Consumer Subcommittee was created and Magnuson served as its chairman also. His accomplishments were recognized by the National Consumer's League when, in 1977, they presented Magnuson with their Trumpeter Award for outstanding achievements in consumer protection. Magnuson co-authored a 1968 book, The Dark Side of the Market Place whichattempted to raise public awareness of the need for consumer safeguards.

Magnuson was also an advocate of government support for scientific research in the years following World War II. In 1945 he introduced a bill which, when finally signed into law in 1950, created the National Science Foundation. As a freshman Congressman Magnuson sponsored legislation in the House which created the country's first tax-supported research center, The National Cancer Institute. This bill marked the beginning of a career-long dedication to governmental support of biomedical research and education, which he continued through his 1948 sponsorship of a bill to create the National Institutes of Health, and expanded in the 91st Congress, when he assumed the chairmanship of the Appropriations subcommittee responsible for funding health, labor and education programs. In 1973 Magnuson was the recipient of the Albert Lasker Public Service in Health award.

A member of the Appropriations Committee since 1945, Magnuson assumed its chairmanship in 1978 and resigned as chair of the Commerce Committee. In 1979 he was elected President Pro Tempore of the Senate, reflecting his status as most senior member of the Senate.

Other issues which concerned Magnuson throughout his career were civil rights, particularly through his authorship of the public accommodations section of the 1964 civil rights act; environmental protection, including ports and waterways safety and supertanker regulation; and improvement of public power and irrigation systems in the Northwest.

House of Representatives, 1937-1944

Warren Magnuson was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1936, to the seat from the First District left vacant by the death of Marion Zioncheck. Magnuson took office January 3, 1937 and was re-elected by increasing majorities in 1938, 1940, and 1942. In 1944 he was a successful candidate for the U.S. Senate after Homer T. Bone decided not to seek re-election.

As a Congressman Magnuson served on the Naval Affairs Committee and chaired several of its subcommittees. His responsibilities in Naval matters grew quickly. Magnuson fought for the expansion of the Navy before Pearl Harbor and was instrumental in the building of the Bremerton Naval Shipyards, and in bringing most of West Coast ship building to Puget Sound. He also chaired a Naval Affairs Aviation subcommittee and the Guadalcanal Investigation subcommittee, which investigated the merchant marines' refusal to work.

Magnuson's other committee assignments included the Select Committee on Post War Military Policy and the Special Committee to Investigate the Federal Communications Commission. He was also a member of the Alaska Highway Commission and its chairman from 1938-1944.

Magnuson's first bill as a freshman Congressman was the Bone-Magnuson Cancer Control Act of 1937, which created the National Cancer Institute. He also lent his support to public power projects, sponsored the General Welfare Act and introduced legislation which successfully repealed the Chinese Exclusion Act.

Magnuson was a naval reservist before his election to Congress and after the Pearl Harbor attack immediately volunteered for active duty. Within a few weeks he was aboard the aircraft carrier Enterprise in the Pacific with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. After six months active duty, Magnuson was ordered back to Congress by the President and the Secretary of the Navy.

Senate, 1944-1980

Warren G. Magnuson was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1944 to fill the seat being vacated by Homer T. Bone. Bone then resigned his seat in December 1944. Magnuson was appointed by Governor Langlie to serve out the remaining days of Bone's term; this gave Magnuson seniority over other freshman senators.

Magnuson was perhaps best known throughout his long legislative career for his championship of consumer and health affairs legislation. Appointed to the Commerce Committee in 1945, he became chair of that committee in 1954 when the Democrats gained the majority of the Senate. The Committee had responsibility for legislation pertaining to the regulation of interstate commerce and transportation, communications and consumer protection. Under Magnuson's leadership numerous landmark consumer bills were passed in this period including the Flammable Fabrics Act (1953, 1967), the Hazardous Substances Act (1960), the Child Protection Act (1966), the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (1966), the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act (1966) and the Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act (1966). Magnuson chaired the Commerce Committee for 23 years, until 1978 when he became chairman of the Appropriations Committee.

Magnuson lost his seat in the Senate to Slade Gorton in the 1980 general election. At the beginning of the period covered in these papers, Magnuson became chair of the Labor-Health, Education and Welfare Subcommittee (later: Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Subcommittee) of the Appropriations Committee. He continued as chair of the Commerce Committee until 1978 when he relinquished that role in order to chair the full Appropriations Committee.

His positions on these two powerful committees enabled Magnuson to exert considerable influence in the areas of health care and consumer protection, major interests throughout his career. Examples of legislative accomplishments from this period include the National Health Service Corps, Children's Catastrophic Health Care Act, the Child Protection and Toy Safety Act, Poison Prevention Packaging Act, Consumer Product Safety Act, and Toxic Substances Control Act.

The long years of dedicated service in these legislative areas became formally recognized during this period. In 1979 Warren G. Magnuson was elected President Pro Tempore of the Senate. The position marked his status as the most senior member of the United States Senate. In 1973 he was awarded the prestigious Albert D. Lasker Public Service Award for leadership in health, and in 1977 he received the National Consumers League Trumpeter Award for outstanding achievements in consumer protection. In November 1978 the University of Washington's Warren G. Magnuson Health Sciences Center was named for the man whose strong legislative support had made the Center's facilities and programs possible.

Magnuson, a long-time advocate of free trade with the Peoples' Republic of China, led the first congressional delegation to that country in 1973 following President Nixon's historic visit the previous year.

In the latter part of 1970, Magnuson vigorously promoted funding for the SST program. The proposal was eventually defeated.

Edward Sheets

Edward W. Sheets holds a BA from Brown University (political science) and a master's degree from the University of Washington (energy and environmental policy). Sheets served as a special assistant and legislative assistant for Senator Warren G. Magnuson for many years, and was the staff person responsible for energy and environmental issues, as well as legislative and appropraitions projects. He represented Magnuson in negotions on the Northwest Power Act and passed legislation to prohibit an oil super port in Puget Sound.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection consists of photographic prints, contact sheets, and negatives documenting the political career of Warren Grant Magnuson, U.S. Senator from Washington. Included are images of hearings, conventions, bill signings, speeches, campaign activities, receipt of awards and citations, committee meetings, international visits, television and radio appearances, receptions, and social events, as well as many images of Magnuson with colleagues and constituents.

Magnuson is pictured with many prominent politicians, including presidents and vice presidents, senators and representatives, international leaders, and important Washington State political figures. John F. Kennedy, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson, Henry M. Jackson, Hubert H. Humphrey, Julia Butler Hansen, Brock Adams, Albert Rosellini, and Dixy Lee Ray, among many others, appear in the photographs. Magnuson's wife, Jermaine, and his administrative aides and interns also appear in many photographs. Two indices -- one for senators and representatives, and another for other prominent figures -- appear in the General Notes section of this finding aid.

Important issues and projects documented in the photographs include dam-building in Washington State; the 1962 Century 21 Exposition in Seattle; Magnuson's work for cancer research, the fishing industry, and other Washington State industries; and activities of the Senate Commerce Committee, of which Magnuson served as chair for many years. The collection also contains a series of portraits of the senator.

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Politicians appearing in the collection are listed alphabetically by last name. Also included is information on the senator or representative's party and home state.

Adams, Brockman (Brock): Democratic Representative and Senator from Washington. 8/36, 13/10, 13/18, 13/21, 14/45, 14/61, 18/22, 19/17, 19/18.

Aiken, George: Republican Senator from Vermont. 12/44.

Allott, Gordon: Republican Senator from Colorado. 11/39, 11/40, 11/41, 11/42, 11/43, 11/44, 15/26.

Albert, Carl: Democratic Representative from Oklahoma. 9/40, 11/3.

Anderson, Clinton: Democratic Representative and Senator from New Mexico. 10/2.

Bailey, Josiah: Democratic Senator from North Carolina. 1/53.

Baker, Howard Henry, Jr.: Republican Senator from Tennessee. 20/13.

Barkley, Alben: Democratic Representative and Senator from Kentucky and Vice President of the United States. 1/59, 2/8, 2/14, 2/16, 3/20, 3/52, 8/42, 26/13.

Bartlett, E.L. (Bob): Democratic Senator from Alaska, 1959-1968. 2/43, 2/47, 6/13, 6/29, 8/19, 8/21, 8/26, 8/35, 8/47, 11/8, 13/6, 13/21, 13/38, 14/35, 14/41, 14/45, 15/18, 17/22.

Bass, Ross: Democratic Representative and Senator from Tennessee. 13/112, 13/48, 15/8.

Bates, George: Republican Representative from Massachusetts. 1/14.

Begich, Nicholas: Democratic Representative from Alaska. 17/22.

Bible, Alan: Democratic Senator from Nevada. 4/26, 25/15.

Boland, Patrick: Democratic Representative from Pennsylvania. 1/5, 1/21.

Bone, Homer T.: Democratic Senator from Washington. Later served on U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Judicial Circuit. 4/50

Bonker, Don: Democratic Representative from Washington. 20/3, 22/4.

Bonner, Herbert: Democratic Representative from North Carolina. 9/15.

Brewster, Daniel: Democratic Representative and Senator from Maryland. 13/12.

Brewster, Ralph Owen: Republican Representative and Senator from Maine. 3/25.

Burdick, Quentin: Democratic Representative and Senator from North Dakota. 12/38.

Byrd, Harry Flood: Democratic Senator from Virginia. 3/28, 3/33.

Byrd, Robert: Democratic Representative and Senator from West Virginia. 6/59, 8/4, 14/2, 14/5, 16/33, 17/31, 20/12, 20/13, 20/15, 25/29.

Cain, Harry P.: Republican Senator from Washington. 1/55, 1/56, 1/58.

Cannon, Howard: Democratic Senator from Nevada. 15/18.

Capehart, Homer E.: Republican Senator from Indiana. 2/17.

Carter, Albert: Republican Representative from California. 1/14.

Carter, Jimmy: Democratic President of the United States. 19/7, 19/14, 19/28, 19/29, 19/34, 19/41, 20/9, 20/12, 20/13, 20/15, 21/9, 21/34, 22/31, 24/5.

Case, Clifford: Republican Representative and Senator from New Jersey. 12/44, 13/12.

Cherberg, John: Lt. Governor of Washington State. 5/46, 8/17, 10/11, 17/21, 20/16.

Church, Frank: Democratic Senator from Idaho. 10/36.

Clark, Joseph: Democratic Senator from Pennsylvania. 12/40.

Cole, William Sterling: Republican Representative from New York. 1/14.

Cotton, Norris: Republican Representative and Senator from New Hampshire. 6/29, 9/42, 11/29, 13/48, 14/55, 16/23, 16/51, 17/2, 17/31, 18/8, 25/27.

Cox, Edward Eugene: Democratic Representative from Georgia. 1/31.

Cranston, Alan: Democratic Senator from California. 19/29, 20/12.

Daly, John Burrwood: Democratic Representative from Pennsylvania. 1/5.

De Lacy, Emerson Hugh: Democratic Representative from Washington. 1/5, 1/44, 1/48.

Dicks, Norm: administrative assistant to Warren G. Magnuson and Democratic Representative from Washington. 18/13, 18/14, 20/3, 20/4, 21/2, 22/4, 22/13, 22/14, 22/32, 23/7, 23/40.

Dill, Clarence: Democratic Representative and Senator from Washington. 1/4.

Dirksen, Everett: Republican Representative and Senator from Illinois. 4/8, 5/16, 11/1, 11/2, 12/44, 13/26, 14/5.

Douglas, Paul: Democratic Senator from Illinois. 12/44, 12/50, 12/51.

Ellender, Allen: Democratic Senator from Louisiana. 5/54, 6/3, 7/59, 12/3, 12/51, 16/33.

Engle, Clair: Democratic Representative and Senator from California. 7/50, 8/54, 11/8, 12/50.

Ferguson, Homer: Republican Senator from Michigan. 2/13.

Fernandez, Joachim Octave: Democratic Representative from Louisiana. 1/11.

Fong, Hiram Leong: Republican Senator from Hawaii. 14/33.

Fulbright, James William: Democratic Representative and Senator from Arkansas. 1/5.

Garner, John Nance: Democratic Representative from Texas and Vice President of the United States. 1/5.

Gillette, Guy: Democratic Representative and Senator from Iowa. 1/50.

Goldwater, Barry: Republican Senator from Arizona. 12/20.

Gore, Albert, Senior: Democratic Representative and Senator from Tennessee. 8/42.

Gravel, Maurice (Mike): Democratic Senator from Alaska. 17/22.

Green, Edith Starrett: Democratic Representative from Oregon. 17/23.

Gruening, Ernest: Democratic Senator from Alaska and Governor of Alaska. 1/43.

Hansen, Julia Butler: Democratic Representative from Washington, 1960-1974. 5/23, 7/9, 9/29, 11/8, 11/19, 11/21, 12/7, 12/10, 13/5, 13/10, 14/40, 18/12.

Hart, Philip: Democratic Senator from Michigan. 12/40, 12/44, 18/25.

Hartke, Vance: Democratic Senator from Indiana. 2/31, 5/26, 6/48, 7/60, 13/48, 14/55.

Hatch, Carl: Democratic Senator from New Mexico. 1/51.

Hayden, Carl: Democratic Representative and Senator from Arizona. 3/4, 9/18, 14/5, 25/32.

Helms, Jesse: Republican Senator from North Carolina. 19/19.

Hennings, Thomas Carey, Jr.: Democratic Representative and Senator from Missouri. 6/26.

Hollings, Ernest: Democratic Senator from South Carolina. 17/24.

Holmes, Otis: Republican Representative from Washington. 1/58.

Honeyman, Nan: Democratic Representative from Oregon. 1/14.

Horan, Walter: Republican Representative from Washington. 1/44, 1/58, 6/53, 11/21.

Humphrey, Hubert Horatio, Jr.: Democratic Senator from Minnesota and Vice President of the United States. 2/10, 3/17, 5/28, 9/40, 11/3, 12/24, 12/40, 12/44, 12/49, 12/50, 14/56, 18/42, 12/51, 13/1, 13/10, 13/26, 14/36, 14/40, 14/43, 14/50, 16/17, 16/43, 19/2, 25/12, 25/20.

Ives, Irving McNeil: Republican Senator from New York. 1/56, 3/17.

Jackson, Henry M.: Democratic Senator from Washington. 1/15, 1/19, 1/40, 1/44, 1/46, 1/60, 2/8, 2/9, 2/18, 2/22, 2/23, 2/46, 2/61, 3/12, 3/14, 3/15, 3/36, 4/20, 4/35, 4/40, 5/2, 5/16, 5/35, 5/41, 5/44, 5/45, 5/52, 5/53, 6/4, 6/10, 6/23, 6/35, 6/41, 6/47, 6/53, 6/56, 6/60, 6/62, 7/6, 7/9, 7/12, 7/13, 7/14, 7/17, 7/18, 7/24, 7/28, 7/35, 7/36, 7/45, 7/53, 7/57, 7/64, 7/67, 8/5, 8/12, 8/15, 8/16, 8/19, 8/20, 8/32, 8/34, 8/39, 8/48, 8/49, 8/65, 9/2, 9/5, 9/7, 9/11, 9/12, 9/25, 9/26, 9/29, 9/31, 9/36, 9/38, 9/44, 10/2, 10/10, 10/18, 10/22, 10/23, 10/31, 10/34, 11/8, 11/18, 11/19, 11/20, 11/21, 11/24, 11/25, 11/28, 11/30, 11/32, 12/4, 12/8, 12/10, 12/13, 12/31, 12/46, 12/48, 12/51, 13/13, 13/14, 13/17, 13/19, 13/26, 13/36, 13/37, 13/38, 13/50, 14/1, 14/2, 14/23, 14/28, 14/29, 14/35, 14/37, 14/38, 14/40, 14/42, 14/43, 15/3, 15/4, 15/10, 15/11, 15/13, 15/14, 15/17, 15/23, 15/28, 15/29, 15/31, 15/42, 15/43, 15/49, 16/1, 16/24, 17/5, 17/7, 17/8, 17/9, 17/15, 17/16, 17/18, 17/25, 17/38, 17/47, 18/51, 19/3, 19/8, 19/13, 19/36, 19/39, 19/40, 20/3, 20/4, 20/7, 20/21, 20/29, 21/2, 21/11, 21/19, 21/23, 21/29, 22/19, 22/32, 25/13, 25/18, 25/25.

Jackson, Scoop ( See Jackson, Henry M.)

Javits, Jacob: Republican Representative and Senator from New York. 6/24, 12/44, 12/51.

Jenner, William: Republican Senator from Indiana. 1/56.

Johnson, Edwin: Democratic Senator from Colorado, 1937-1955. 2/17, 4/38.

Johnson, Lyndon Baines: Democratic Representative and Senator from Texas, Vice President, and President of the United States. 2/17, 3/6, 7/8, 7/15, 7/16, 8/6, 9/34, 9/40, 9/42, 10/4, 10/17, 10/27, 10/36, 11/13, 11/26, 12/3, 12/4, 12/5, 12/6, 12/7, 12/8, 12/9, 12/34, 12/42, 12/43, 12/49, 13/1, 13/3, 13/5, 13/6, 13/13, 13/26, 13/47, 13/51, 14/5, 14/32, 14/36, 14/40, 14/50, 16/34, 17/10, 24/4, 25/12, 25/13, 25/16, 25/17, 25/18, 25/19, 25/20, 25/21, 25/22, 25/23, 25/24, 25/34, 25/37, 26/6, 26/7, 26/10.

Jordan, Benjamin Everett: Democratic Senator from North Carolina. 12/51.

Keating, Kenneth: Republican Representative and Senator from New York. 12/16, 12/44, 25/11.

Kennedy, Edward: Democratic Senator from Massachusetts. 11/14, 16/33, 19/28.

Kennedy, John Fitzgerald: Democratic Representative and Senator from Massachusetts and President of the United States. 9/1, 9/19, 9/32, 9/34, 9/36, 9/47, 9/40, 9/42, 9/46, 10/1, 10/2, 10/8, 10/26, 10/32, 10/33, 11/3, 11/8, 11/19, 11/24, 11/25, 11/32, 25/37, 26/7, 26/10.

Kennedy, Robert F.: Attorney General of the United States and Democratic Senator from New York. 11/3, 11/22, 11/29, 11/32, 13/1.

Knowland, Joseph R.: Republican Representative from California. 3/20.

Kuchel, Thomas: Republican Senator from California. 5/34, 11/8, 12/44, 14/35.

La Follette, Robert, Jr.: Republican/Progressive Senator from Wisconsin. 1/33.

Lausche, Frank: Democratic Senator from Ohio. 13/12, 14/55.

Lehman, Herbert H.: Democratic Senator from New York. 3/17.

Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr.: Republican Senator from Massachusetts. 1/56.

Lowry, Michael: Democratic Representative from Washington. 21/2, 21/28, 23/1.

Lucas, Scott: Democratic Representative and Senator from Illinois. 1/21, 1/39.

Magnuson, Don: Democratic Representative from Washington. 2/46, 2/61, 4/48, 5/21, 5/46, 9/27.

Mansfield, Mike: Democratic Representative and Senator from Montana. 9/34, 11/3, 12/18, 12/44, 12/51, 14/5, 14/50, 16/33, 16/48.

Martin, Joseph William, Jr.: Republican Representative from Massachusetts. 1/5.

May, Catherine: Republican Representative from Washington and member of Washington State legislature. 5/23, 6/53, 8/35, 9/29, 11/21, 14/23.

McCarthy, Eugene Joseph: Democratic Representative and Senator from Minnesota. 1/56.

McClellan, John: Democratic Representative and Senator from Arkansas, 1943-1977. 6/20, 14/5, 18/25.

McCormack, John: Democratic Representative from Massachusetts. 9/40, 11/3, 12/3, 12/49, 14/50, 16/34, 17/10.

McCormack, Mike: Democratic Representative from Washington. 17/23, 17/34, 22/4, 22/6.

McFarland, Ernest W.: Democratic Senator from Arizona. 2/17.

McGovern, George: Democratic Representative and Senator from South Dakota. 25/20.

McMahon, Brien: Democratic Senator from Connecticut. 2/17.

Meeds, Lloyd: Democratic Representative from Washington. 13/10, 13/17, 13/50, 15/14, 15/31, 15/43, 15/45, 16/51, 17/23, 17/34, 18/6, 18/51, 19/23, 20/3, 20/4, 22/27.

Metcalf, Lee: Democratic Representative and Senator from Montana. 8/21.

Mills, Wilbur: Democratic Representative from Arkansas. 13/48, 17/28.

Mineta, Norman: Democratic Representative from California. 19/28.

Mitchell, Hugh B.: Democratic Representative and Senator from Washington. 1/5, 1/44, 2/9, 26/3.

Mondale, Walter: Democratic Senator from Minnesota and Vice President of the United States. 19/29, 20/10, 20/11, 20/31, 22/3, 23/3.

Monroney, Almer Stillwell Mike: Democratic Representative and Senator from Oklahoma. 4/26, 9/21, 9/42, 11/42, 11/43, 12/34, 13/48.

Morgan, Robert: Democratic Senator from North Carolina. 19/19.

Morse, Wayne: Republican/Independent/Democratic Senator from Oregon. 2/63, 3/8, 3/47.

Morton, Thurston: Republican Representative and Senator from Kentucky. 4/38, 11/29, 14/51, 14/55.

Mott, James W.: Republican Representative from Oregon. 1/14.

Moynihan, Daniel Patrick: Democratic Senator from New York. 19/19, 21/32.

Murray, James: Democratic Senator from Montana. 1/24, 2/10, 3/18.

Muskie, Edmund: Democratic Senator from Maine. 15/15, 22/31.

Myers, Francis J.: Democratic Representative and Senator from Pennsylvania. 2/17, 3/7.

Neely, Matthew M.: Democratic Representative and Senator from West Virginia. 3/17.

Neuberger, Maurine: Democratic Senator from Oregon. 7/61, 12/50, 13/12.

Nixon, Richard: Republican Representative and Senator from California, Vice President, and President of the United States. 6/28, 25/27, 25/29, 25/30, 25/33.

O'Conor, Herbert: Democratic Senator from Maryland. 2/17.

O'Mahoney, Joseph: Democratic Senator from Wyoming. 1/51.

O'Neill, Tip: Democratic Representative from Massachusetts. 20/12, 22/25, 24/6.

Pastore, John: Democratic Senator from Rhode Island. 2/31, 4/26, 5/6, 5/18, 6/29, 6/39, 6/48, 9/1, 9/19, 9/41, 11/3, 11/29, 11/36, 12/44, 12/51, 13/2, 13/12, 16/40, 25/5, 25/10, 25/26.

Pelly, Tom: Republican Representative from Washington. 1/26, 3/14, 5/53, 6/12, 6/43, 6/53, 8/11, 9/27, 11/21, 14/23, 14/33.

Pepper, Claude: Democratic Senator and Representative from Florida. 2/10.

Plumley, Charles: Republican Representative from Vermont. 1/11.

Priest, James Percy: Democratic Representative from Tennessee. 2/13.

Pritchard, Joel: Republican Representative from Washington. 8/37, 17/48, 17/55, 18/12, 18/22, 18/30, 18/41, 18/48, 18/51, 19/5, 19/30, 20/4, 20/21, 21/2.

Prouty, Winston: Republican Representative and Senator from Vermont. 8/42.

Randolph, Jennings: Democratic Representative and Senator from West Virginia. 7/24, 8/4.

Ray, Dixy Lee: Governor of Washington State. 7/37, 7/68, 11/27, 15/50, 17/7, 18/288, 19/40, 20/21, 20/29, 21/30, 21/34, 22/26, 22/32.

Rayburn, Samuel Taliaferro: Democratic Representative from Texas. 1/5.

Rhodes, John: Republican Representative from Arizona. 18/25.

Rivers, Ralph: Democratic Representative from Alaska. 17/30.

Robertson, Absalom Willis: Democratic Representative and Senator from Virginia. 7/67, 11/42, 12/44.

Rockefeller, Nelson: Vice President of the United States. 18/42.

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano: Democratic President of the United States. 1/4, 1/30, 26/9.

Russell, Richard Brevard, Jr.: Democratic Senator from Georgia. 1/16 (13/5, 16/33 same Russell?)

Saltonstall, Leverett: Republican Senator from Massachusetts. 3/32, 11/43, 12/44, 14/33.

Savage, Charles: Democratic Representative from Washington. 1/44, 1/52.

Schmitt, Harrison: Republican Senator from New Mexico. 19/20.

Schoeppel, Andrew: Republican Senator from Kansas. 6/29.

Schwellenbach, Lewis: Democratic Senator from Washington. 1/9.

Scott, Hugh: Republican Representative and Senator from Pennsylvania. 12/34, 12/44.

Scrugham, James Graves: Democratic Representative from Nevada. 1/11.

Smathers, George: Democratic Representative and Senator from Florida. 4/26, 4/38, 6/48, 9/39, 9/42.

Smith, Margaret Chase: Republican Representative and Senator from Maine. 7/15, 8/65.

Staggers, Harley O.: Democratic Representative from West Virginia. 8/4, 16/2.

Stennis, John: Democratic Senator from Mississippi. 11/44, 21/3.

Stevens, Theodore (Ted): Republican Senator from Alaska. 17/22, 19/20.

Stevenson, Adlai: Democratic Governor from Illinois. 3/47, 4/14, 12/3, 25/6.

Stinson, K. William: Republican Representative from Washington. 11/21.

Swift, Allan: Democratic Representative from Washington. 21/2, 22/4.

Symington, Stuart: Democratic Senator from Missouri. 2/9, 5/28.

Taylor, Glen: Democratic Senator from Idaho. 1/52.

Thurmond, Strom: Democratic/Republican Senator from North Carolina. 4/26, 5/1.

Thye, Edward: Republican Senator from Minnesota. 5/16.

Tollefson, Thor: Republican Representative from Washington. 5/23, 5/53, 6/21, 8/22, 9/15, 11/21, 12/34, 13/3.

Tower, John: Republican Senator from Texas. 13/41.

Truman, Harry S.: Democratic Senator from Missouri, Vice President, and President of the United States. 1/54, 2/18, 3/4, 3/16, 3/24, 6/9, 6/26, 6/38.

Udall, Stewart: Democratic Representative from Arizona. 6/60, 7/32, 10/18, 11/19, 14/40.

Vinson, Frederick: Democratic Representative from Kentucky. 3/11.

Wallace, Henry: Democratic Vice President of the United States. 1/39, 25/1.

Wallgren, Monrad (Mon): Democratic Representative and Senator from Washington; Governor of Washington. 1/21, 1/29, 2/11, 26/3.

Westland, Alfred John (Jack): Republican Representative from Washington. 11/21.

Wheeler, Burton: Democratic Senator from Montana. 1/51.

Wigglesworth, Richard B.: Republican Representative from Massachusetts. 3/25.

Wiley, Alexander: Republican Senator from Wisconsin. 5/16.

Wolcott, Jesse: Republican Representative from Michigan. 1/12.

Yarborough, Ralph: Democratic Senator from Texas. 13/41.

Young, Milton: Republican Senator from North Dakota. 7/59, 14/23.

Zioncheck, Marion: Democratic Representative from Washington. 1/9.

Index of Prominent People

Adams, Joseph P.: 2/52, 6/57, 7/20, 8/14, 9/12, 14/23, 17/19, 19/1.

Barer, Stan: Administrative Assistant to Warren G. Magnuson. 7/5, 16/30.

Brouillet, Frank: State Superintendent of Public Instruction for Washington State. 12/29, 17/44, 17/56, 18/22, 18/49, 22/27.

Carter, Rosalynn: First Lady of the United States. 19/13, 19/41, 20/19, 24/5.

Clark, General Mark W.: 1/40, 1/45.

Dore, John F. Mayor of Seattle: 1/4, 1/10.

Evans, Dan: Governor of Washington. 8/39, 14/6, 15/1, 18/40, 25/25.

Failor, Walt: Mayor of Aberdeen, Washington. 14/3, 14/30, 15/19.

Farley, James Aloysius: Postmaster General of the United States. 1/5.

Ford, Gerald: RepublicanVice-President and President of the United States. 16/54, 18/21, 18/25, 18/44, 25/29, 25/31, 26/2.

Glenn, John: American astronaut. 10/17, 10/30, 16/9.

Grinstein, Gerald: Administrative Assistant to Warren G. Magnuson. 11/17, 13/21, 13/39, 14/9, 14/16, 14/23, 14/31, 14/33, 14/41, 14/45, 14/58.

Hoff, Irvin: Administrative Assistant to Warren G. Magnuson. 5/37, 6/45, 8/61, 10/2.

Johnson, Lady Bird: First Lady of the United States. 7/16, 11/26, 12/3, 12/47, 13/5, 13/6, 14/32, 16/34, 17/10, 24/4, 26/10.

Johnson, Louis: Secretary of Defense. 2/9.

Kennedy, Jacqueline: First Lady of the United States. 11/26.

Magnuson, Emma: Mother of Warren G. Magnuson. 1/1, 1/3.

Magnuson, Jermaine: Wife of Warren G. Magnuson. 7/3, 7/26, 7/55, 7/62, 7/66, 8/37, 8/40, 8/42, 8/43, 11/23, 11/45, 12/3, 13/5, 13/6, 13/7, 13/13, 13/15, 13/30, 13/48, 14/6, 14/24, 14/59, 14/65, 15/2, 15/12, 15/24, 16/11, 16/24, 16/27, 16/31, 16/34, 16/43, 17/1, 17/2, 17/4, 17/10, 17/53, 17/57, 17/60, 17/61, 18/1, 18/2, 18/3, 18/4, 18/8, 18/11, 18/20, 18/27, 18/44, 18/52, 19/8, 19/13, 19/24, 19/25, 19/26, 19/33, 19/41, 20/2, 20/6, 20/9, 20/10, 20/11, 20/19, 20/28, 20/29, 21/1, 21/4, 21/6, 21/16, 21/17, 21/20, 21/22, 21/27, 21/28, 21/30, 21/33, 22/3, 22/13, 22/14, 22/26, 22/32, 23/1, 23/2, 23/3, 23/4, 23/29, 23/39, 23/40, 24/1, 24/4, 24/5, 25/8, 25/36, 26/10.

Martin, Clarence: Governor of Washington. 1/6, 8/55.

Millard, William J.: Justice of Washington State Supreme Court. 1/5.

Pautzke, Clarence: U.S. Fisheries Commissioner. 11/31, 12/36, 16/3.

Reid, Warren Featherstone (Feather): Aide to Warren G. Magnuson. 17/3, 19/22, 20/3, 20/4, 21/3, 22/20.

Roosevelt, Eleanor: First Lady of the United States. 1/30.

Rosellini, Albert D.: Democratic member of Washington State Senate and later Governor of Washington State. 5/46, 6/4, 8/49, 9/2, 9/26, 9/28, 10/2, 10/4, 10/17, 10/27, 10/36, 11/24, 11/25, 11/27, 24/7.

Rosellini, Victor: Seattle restaurateur; cousin of Albert Rosellini. 1/4, 6/53.

Trecker, Duayne: 15/43, 15/44, 15/45, 15/46, 16/21, 16/26.

Trowbridge, Alexander: U.S. Secretary of Commerce. 15/4, 15/23, 15/25, 25/18.

Vinson, Carl: Chairman, House of Naval Affairs Committee. 26/12.

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Early LifeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
1/1 1
 Warren Magnuson with his mother Emma
Includes photocopy of a letter from a relative.
circa 1907
1/1 1a n.d.
1/2 2
Warren Magnuson
1907
1/2 3 1907
1/2 4
Warren in home with young girl, possibly adopted sister, Clara
circa 1910
1/2 5
Warren Magnuson
circa 1910
1/2 6
Warren wearing telegraph boy uniform in Moorhead, Minnesota
circa 1915
1/3 7
Emma Magnuson wearing fur wrap
circa 1920s

Political Activities and signed Portraits of ColleaguesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
1/4 8
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) in motorcade
Magnuson in crowd with Mayor John F. Dore, Senator Clarence Dill, and Victor Rosellini.
1930s
1/5 9
J. Burwood Daly
Written on photo: To Warren G. Magnuson with esteem and regards of "Admiral" J. Burwood Daly.
undated
1/5 10
Hugh De Lacy
Ernst Kassowitz, Seattle (photographer)
Written on photo: Best regards to friend and colleague Hugh DeLacy.
undated
1/5 11
William Fulbright
Written on photo: To my good Friend Maggie with Best Wishes Bill Fulbright.
undated
1/5 12
John Nance Garner
Written on photo: For Congressman W. G. Magnuson with best wishes. John N. Garner.
undated
1/5 13
Speaker Joe Martin
Greystone Studios, New York, NY (photographer)
Written on photo: To my friend Warren G. Magnuson Joseph W. Martin.
1940
1/5 14
Sam Rayburn
Written on photo: For my friend Warren Magnuson with best wishes of Sam Rayburn.
undated
1/5 15
Hugh Mitchell
Written on photo: To a good friend, Warren Magnuson from his friend with best wishes Mitch.
undated
1/5 16
Patrick J. Boland
Underwood and Underwood, Washington (photographer)
Written on photo: To my real friend Warren Magnuson From Patrick J. Boland.
undated
1/5 17
Jim Farley
Hal Phyfe (photographer)
Written on photo: To Congressman Warren G. Magnuson a fine fellow and a real friend for a long time. James Farley Postmaster General.
undated
1/5 18
William Millard, Sr.
Jeffers; Olympia, Washington (photographer)
Written on photo: Sincerely WM. J. Millard Nov. 1935
1935
1/6 19
 Gov. Clarence Martin presenting certificate to men in Scandinavian warrior costumes as Magnuson looks on.
Written on verso: Thought you might enjoy seeing this. G. P.S. - You may keep it!!
1930s
1/7 20
With young woman
1930s
1/8 21
June Millarde with William Stern
1930s
1/9 22
With Marion Zioncheck and Lewis Schwellenbach
September 1934
1/10 23
With Mayor John F. Dore and others in office, surrounded by bouquets
November 23, 1936
1/11 24-25
 Visiting Sand Point Naval Air Station
U.S. Navy (photographer)
With J.G. Scrugham, Rear Adm. Fenner, J.O. Fernandez, Cmdr. Arthur W. Radford, Charles A. Plumley. One photograph is misdated as Sept. 14, 1944.
September 14, 1937
1/12 26-30
Visiting Navy base with Jesse P. Wolcott and others at Norfolk, Virginia
July 1937
1/13 31
Postmaster General James A. Farley visits Seattle
Magnuson, Senator Bowen, and Farley.
October 15, 1937
1/14 32-33
 House Naval Affairs Committee visits Sand Point Naval Air Station
U.S. Navy (photographer)
Magnuson, George Bates, James W. Mott, Nan Honeyman, Albert Carter, W. Sterling Cole, Cmdr. Bogard.
September 24, 1938

Political Activities, 1940sReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
1/15 34
 Magnuson, Henry M. Jackson, and others in Sequim, Washington
Merle Severn, Sequim, Washington (photographer)
1940s
1/16 35
Magnuson at American Forum with Theodore Granik and Richard B. Russell
1940s
1/17 36
 On radio show with announcer
Kostich Photo Service, Long Island City, New York (photographer)
1940s
1/18 37-40
 Magnuson with group on Defense tour, Washington (possibly Spokane)
U.S.A.A.F. Spokane Air Force Base (photographer)
1940s
1/19 41 1940s
1/20 42
 America's Town Meeting of the Air broadcast
Reni Photos (photographer)
1940s
1/21 43
With Patrick J. Boland, Monrad C. Wallgren, Scott Lucas
1940s
1/22 44
With Claire Chennault
1940s
1/23 45
 With visitors from China
Del Ankers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1940s
1/24 46
With Senator Jim Murray and others
1940s
1/25 47
Bill's Gay 90s restaurant
Magnuson at table with two women and two men; men are wearing false mustaches. A souvenir frame is included with the photograph.
1940s
1/26 48-51
Miscellaneous events
Wide World PhotosHarry A. Kirwin, Seattle, WashingtonF. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
Magnuson with man, at a dinner with Thomas Pelly, posed with others, portrait of unidentified man.
1940s
box-folder:oversize
26/8 52
Aerial view of Bremerton and Puget Sound Naval Yard
Puget Sound Naval Yard (photographer)
circa 1940s
26/4 53
Carrier U.S.S. Enterprise (CV-6) passing through Panama Canal on return from combat operations in the Pacific.
undated
26/9 54-55
Franklin D. Roosevelt addressing Congress
Magnuson is visible in item 55: 4th row, right side, behind table.
1940s
Box/Folder
1/27 56
John P. McBride shaking hands with uniformed officer
Written on front: To Senator Magnuson with best wishes John P. McBride Lt. U.S.A.
1940s
1/28 57
Robert Wagner
Chase Studios, Washington, D.C (photographer)
Written on Front: To my friend Warren Magnuson with good wishes from Robert Wagner
1940s
1/29 58
Mon Wallgren
Written on front: To my friend and colleague Warren Magnuson with best wishes Mon.C. Wallgren
1940s
1/30 59
Franklin Roosevelt
1940s
1/30 60 1940s
1/31 61
Representative E.E. (Gene) Cox
Blackstone Studios, Inc., New York (photographer)
Written on photo: To my devoted friend, Sen. Warren G. Magnuson, with appreciation and affection.
1940s
1/32 62
Charlie Kanter [sp?]
Written on frame: With high regards to you Warren Charlie Kaurin.
1940s
1/33 63
Robert M. La Follette, Jr.
Blackstone Studios, New York (photographer)
Written on photo: To Warren G. Magnuson, with the best wishes of his friend, Robert La Follette, Jr.
1940s
1/34 64
Lighting a cigar in Navy uniform aboard U.S.S. Enterprise,
circa 1942
1/35 65-68b
 Aboard U.S.S. Enterprise
U.S. Navy (photographer)
March 15, 1942
1/36 69-71
Lieutenant Commander Warren G. Magnuson on a visit home
Associated Press (photographer)
May 16, 1942
1/37 72 September 7, 1942
1/38 73-79 January 29-31, 1944
1/39 80-81b December 15, 1944
1/40 82
With Hugh B. Mitchell, Henry M. Jackson, and General Mark W. Clark
circa 1945-1946
1/41 83
 At oyster feed with Hugh B. Mitchell
Press Association, Inc (photographer)
circa 1945-1946
box-folder:oversize
26/3 84
Signing Columbia Basin Project repayment contracts
With Governor Mon Wallgren, Hugh B. Mitchell, Secretary of Interior Harold C. Ickes.
1945
Box/Folder
1/42 85-88
 Launching ship APL-47
Magnuson appears with Capt. H.N. Wallin, Mrs. A.V.R. Watson, Cmdr. A.V.R. Watson, and flower girl Nancy Ellen Watson, launching barracks ship APL-47, Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Co. Caption (from clipping?) says 1/5/45 although handwritten info card states date as 1/1/45.
January 1, 1945
1/43 89-90
Boarding plane in Ottawa with Alaska Governor Ernest Gruening to discuss Alaska-Panama highway
February 17, 1945
1/44 91
Washington State Congressional delegation meeting with Hal Holmes, Hugh Mitchell, Hugh De Lacy, Charles Savage, John M. Coffee, Walter Horan, Henry M. Jackson
Capitol Photo Service, Washington, D.C (photographer)
March 1945
1/45 92
Portrait of General Mark W. Clark, a prominent WWII general and may at this time have been Commander of Allied Forces in Italy
Written on photo: To Senator Warren G. Magnuson: With deep appreciation of your fine hospitality to-day. Mark W. Clark, Italy - June 15, 1945.
June 15, 1945
1/46 93
Tour of U.S.S. Canberra with Henry M. Jackson and W.W. Moses
1946
1/47 94
Magnuson with unidentified man, Washington, D.C.
Press Association, Inc (photographer)
1946
1/48 95
Hugh De Lacy
Ernst Kassowitz Photography, Seattle, Washington (photographer)
Written on photo: Regards to our senior senator Hugh De Lacy
1946
1/49 96
Ida White
1946
1/50 97
Emergency conference on Palestine with Peter H. Bergson (Chairman of the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation) and former Senator Guy M. Gillette (President of the American League for a Free Palestine).
Acme Newspictures (photographer)
February 23, 1946
1/51 98-99
Burton K. Wheeler's birthday party with Senator Burton K. Wheeler (MT), Senator Carl Hatch (NM), and Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney (WY).
Acme NewspicturesF. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Va (photographer)
February 28, 1946
1/52 100
Birthday party for Magnuson, Senator Glen H. Taylor, and Representative Charles R. Savage
Acme Newspictures (photographer)
April 13, 1946
1/53 101
Senator Josiah Bailey
Written on photo: with warmest regard for my friend Senator Magnuson - Josiah W. Bailey June 1, 1946
June 1, 1946
1/54 102-103
 Presidential Unit Citation, Washington, D.C.
President and Mrs. Harry Truman appear with men in uniform. Magnuson does not appear.
July 16, 1946
1/55 104
 On Capitol steps with Harry P. Cain and unidentified man, Washington, D.C.
F. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Va (photographer)
1947
1/56 105
With colleagues Harry P. Cain, Irving McNeil? Ives, Joseph McCarthy, Henry Cabot Lodge, William Jenner
1947
1/57 106
"Open Hearing" broadcast with Edward Scovill (Director of Talks and Special Events at Columbia Broadcasting) and two other men, Washington, D.C.
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
February 1947
1/58 107
Presenting Apple Blossom Festival invitation to Nancy Anderson (daughter of Secretary of State Anderson) with Cong. Horan, Cong. Holmes, Harry P. Cain.
circa May 1947
1/59 108-119
 Visit from Vice President Alben W. Barkley
Fred Milkie Photographers, Seattle, Washington (photographer)
1948
1/60 120
Port Angeles event with Henry M. Jackson and others at banquet table.
1948
2/1 121
With E.H Savage
Artcraft Photographers, Seattle, Washington (photographer)
Written on photo: In appreciation for kindness received. Respectfully, Mrs. E.H. Savage.
1948
2/2 122
John B. Wells, Boston, Mass.
Written on photo: May your life be ever filled with happiness. Sincerely, John B. Wells
May 27, 1948
2/3 123
At Democratic State Convention, Spokane, Washington
June 1948
2/4 124
Magnuson orders CARE package to be sent to Europe.
Art Ford and Fred Carter, Seattle, WA (photographer)
1949
2/5 125
Magnuson and other tuxedoed men at dinner table. Menu may read "S.S. America
1949
2/6 126-137
 Event at Grand Coulee Dam, Washington
Bureau of Reclamation, Coulee Dam, Washington (photographer)
1949
2/7 138-139
KPKW Radio interview
1949
2/8 140
Henry M. Jackson, Magnuson, and Vice President Barkley
United Press Photo, New York (photographer)
1949
2/9 141-143 1949
2/10 144 February 1, 1949
2/11 145
Magnuson with Wallgren, awaiting news of Wallgren's confirmation to be chairman of the National Security Resources Board.
Acme Newspictures, New York (photographer)
March 3, 1949
2/12 146-148
 Magnuson at Truman-Jackson luncheon; Henry M. Jackson and others in attendance.
Artcraft Photographers, Seattle, Washington (photographer)
April 23, 1949
2/13 149
Magnuson with Representative J. Percy Priest, Mefford Runyon, Senator Homer Ferguson at Congressional Cancer Committee luncheon
March 29, 1949
2/14 150-151
 With Apple Queen Portia Thornton
Vice President Barkley also appears in one image, which is labeled "Cherry Blossom Festival."
March 31, 1949
2/15 152
Secretary of Labor visit
Labor conference, Olympic Hotel, Seattle, on occasion of Secretary of Labor Maurice Tobin's visit. Pictured are Lloyd Worrell, Ray Moisio, Charles Doyle, Ed Weston, Maurice Tobin, Magnuson, Robert Sheets, Verne Reed, and Doug Morris.
May 19, 1949
2/16 153-155
 Discussing of Alaskan affairs with Barkley and Fergus Hoffman of the P-I, Washington, D.C.
International News Photos, Washington, D.CF. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, VA (photographer)
Men are using a large globe as a prop.
July 14, 1949
2/17 156-157
Commerce Committee approves Truman's nomination of Mon Wallgren to Federal Power Commission, Washington, D.C.
Acme Newspictures, New York (photographer)
Pictured are Senators Herbert O'Conor, Homer E. Capehart, Magnuson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Brien McMahon, Francis J. Myers, Ernest W. McFarland, and Edwin C. Johnson (chairman).
October 20, 1949
2/18 158-159
Magnuson, Henry M. Jackson, and Harry S. Truman signing legislation for proposed rail line to connect U.S., Canadian, and Alaskan railroads.
Acme Newspictures, New York (photographer)
October 26, 1949
2/19 160a
Magnuson arriving in New York from Europe on ship America
Acme Newspictures, New York (photographer)
December 1, 1949
2/19 160b
Magnuson and Portia Thornton Murray looking at large image of U.S. postage stamp commemorating the Seattle centennial
F. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
circa 1949-1950
2/20 161a-162
Magnuson (in checkered suit) and man
Item 161b is an enlargement of 161a.
1940s-1950s
2/21 163-165
Magnuson, June Millarde, and another man at the Blue Mirror restaurant, Washington, D.C.
Souvenir paper frames are included with the photographs.
1940s-1950s

Political Activities, 1950sReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
2/22 166-168 1950s
2/23 169
With Henry M. Jackson and others at irrigation pump dedication.
1950s
2/24 170
Presenting or receiving award
Leo Friedman Photographer, New York City (photographer)
1950s
2/25 171-172
KTAC Radio Forum with Henry M. Jackson and others.
Harvey Davis, Seattle Post-Intelligencer (photographer)
1950s
2/26 173
 Speaking on Capitol Steps
Maritime Administration (photographer)
1950s
2/27 174
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey cruise with Adm. Arnold Karo, Dr. Harris B. Stewart, Capt. E.L. Jones, and Frederick Mueller.
1950s
2/28 175-176
With Charles Pierce, discussing U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ocean current charting program
1950s
2/29 177
With Sam Volpentest and others in front of airplane.
circa 1950s
2/30 178-180
With Don Morkell (or Markell) and other man, holding painting of oil rig.
1950s
2/31 181
Magnuson in radio interview with Senator John Pastore and Senator Vance Hartke.
1950s
2/32 182
Press conference with Stanley Adams, Nan Millstead (Hearst papers), Walker Buell (Washington Post), Kenneth Cox, and Arthur Schwartz.
1950s
2/33 183-184
Sea Cadet Corps presentation with cadets and other men.
Richards, Tacoma, Washington (photographer)
Includes a handwritten list of those pictured.
1950s
2/34 185-186
 Looking at illustrations and design information for Sea-Tac terminal with others
Fred Milkie Photographers, Seattle, WashingtonF. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
1950s
2/35 187-190 1950s
2/36 191-192
At Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee hearing --testimony of Inland Water Carriers
1950s
2/37 193
Wheat program conference with W.C. Dawes, R.W. Tanke, and Ralph Terjeson.
1950s
2/38 194-195
On tour of Moses Lake Air Force Base
U.S. Air Force (photographer)
1940s-1950s
2/39 196
Reading aboard Giulio Cesare
1950s
2/40
On icy sidewalk
Photograph missing as of 2005.
1950s
2/41
National Wheat Growers Luncheon
Photograph missing as of 2005.
1950s
item
2/42 197
Firefighters legislation discussion with Jack Waller (V.P., 7th District, International Assoc. of Fire Fighters).
1950s
2/43 198
Fisheries legislation discussion with Washington State Fisheries Director Milo Moore and Senator E.L. Bartlett.
1950s
2/44 199 1950s
2/45 200
At Inland Empire Waterway Association with a large group of men
1950s
2/46 201 1950s
2/47 202
S.S. Brasil with Senator E.L. Bartlett and other man, holding model of ship
1950s
2/48 203
Maritime dinner with Arthur Tode, Ralph Piper, Ralph V. Chandler, and Thomas Scott.
1950s
2/49 204
With woman at formal dinner
Seattle Times (photographer)
1950s
2/50 205
 With man at Jewish Community Center
Heib, Seattle, Washington (photographer)
1950s
2/51 206
"Jobs After 40" petitions with Eagles Martin J. Mol and Arthur S. Ehrmann
1950s
2/52 207
With Nick Bez and Joseph Adams
1950s
2/53 208
With Kenneth Cox, F.C.C.
1950s
2/53 209
With Kenneth Cox, F.C.C.
City News Bureau, Washington, D.C (photographer)
Written on photo: To an outstanding leader and dear friend. Warmest regards, Ken.
1950s
2/54 210
With Ernie Gates
Written on photo: To a great quarterback from: Ernie Gates.
1950s
2/55 211-212
With Otto Harbach, John [illegible], Arthur Schwartz, Stanley Adams, Dorothy Fields, and Dr. Douglas S. Moore
1950s
2/56 213
With group in office
F. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
1950s
2/57 214
With military official Haskett
1950s
2/58 215
Speaking at event with Comm. John B. Lyman of the Coast Guard
1950s
2/59 216
With Joe McCaffrey
1950s
2/60 217
With Howard MacGowan
Dexter, Seattle, Washington (photographer)
1950s
2/61 218
With Don Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson
Fred Mills (photographer)
1950s
2/61 219
With Don Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson
Fred Mills (photographer)
Written on photo: Broadcasting best to Warren M. Jim Wallace KPQ WSAB.Best wishes to you Warren Magnuson.
1950s
2/62 220
With Jim Wallace
Frederick Mills, Seattle (photographer)
1950s
2/63
With Wayne Morse
Photograph missing as of 2005.
1950s
item
3/1 221
With Admiral Nimitz
1950s
3/2 222
With Henry Owens
Darro Photographs, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1950s
3/3 223-224
With Bill Stern
1950s
3/4 225-226
 With Carl Hayden, Harry S. Truman, and another man
Chase Ltd., Washington, D.C (photographer)
1950s
3/5 227
Bill Stern in Scottish costume
1950s
3/6 228 1950s
3/7 229
Francis Myers
Jesse E. Hartman, Philadelphia (photographer)
Written on photo: To: Warren Magnuson with warm personal regards from his good friend and colleague Francis Myers
1950s
3/8 230
Wayne Morse
Written on photo: To Warren Magnuson a great Senator from Washington. You have my sincere backing. Best wishes, Wayne Morse
1950s
3/9 231
General Matthew Ridgway
U.S. Army (photographer)
Written on photo: To Senator Warren G. Magnuson with sincere best wishes M. Ridgway.
1950s
3/10 232
Arthur H. Vandenburg
Written on photo: For my Friend Warren G. Magnuson, with warmest personal regards Arthur H. Vandenburg.
1950s
3/11 233
Fred M. Vinson
Written on photo: For my friend, Senator Warren G. Magnuson, With every good wish, Fred M. Vinson
1950s
3/12 234
At dinner with Henry M. Jackson and others.
circa early 1950s
3/13 235-236
With men
early 1950s
3/14 237
With Henry M. Jackson, Tom Pelly, and youth group on Capitol steps
late 1950s
3/15 238 circa late 1950s

Political Activities, 1950-1956Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
3/16 239-241 1950
3/17 242
National Health discussion
F. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
Pictured are Gen. William Donovan (chairman of the board, American Cancer Society), Claude Pepper, Matthew M. Neely, Mrs. Dan Mahoney, Herbert H. Lehman, Dr. Leonard A. Sheele (Surgeon General of the United States), John H. Teeter (American Cancer Society), James S. Adams (chairman of executive committee, American Cancer Society), Irving M. Ives, and Hubert H. Humphrey.
1950
3/18 243
Magnuson with Senator James Murray and George P. Sheridan (International Chiropractors Association rep), discussing amendment to health legislation
1950
3/19 244-245
Group portraits, possibly of senators or representatives
International News PhotoPress Association, Inc (photographer)
1950
3/20 246
Japanese Reconstruction discussion with Vice President Alben Barkley, Joseph Knowland, and Hisato Ichimada (governor of Bank of Japan)
F. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
1950
3/21 247
With Allan Pomeroy and other Navy Officers
1950
3/22 248-252
 San Francisco trip, with other men
Palace Hotel, San FranciscoGeorge Shimmon (photographer)
1950
3/23 253-255
With Spokane Democrats Bill Schumacher and Archie Baker
1950
3/24 256-261
 Grand Coulee Dam dedication
Acme NewspicturesInternational News PhotoWide World Photo (photographer)
Pictured are Harry S. Truman, Arthur Langlie, Magnuson, Rufus Woods (publisher-owner of Wenatchee Daily World), A.F. Darland (supervising engineer), and Frank A. Banks (district manager of Columbia Basin Project).
May 11-12, 1950
3/25 262-271
 Launching of U.S.S. Independence, Quincy, Massachusetts
Pictured are Magnuson; Bethlehem Steel representatives, including D.D. Strohmeier, L.S. Sparrell, and Mrs. William H. Collins; Senator Owen Brewster and Representative Richard Wigglesworth; and John E. Slater, president of American Export Lines.
June 3, 1950
3/26 272-273
Gonzaga Law School Heidelberg Night
Names of those pictured are handwritten on the verso of the photographs.
October 12, 1950
3/27 274
At a large table at National Federation of American Shipping event
Tenschert Studio, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1951
3/28 275
With Senator Harry Byrd and Washington apples
Press Association, Inc (photographer)
1951
3/29 276 1951
3/30 277-278 1951
3/31 279-282
Japanese visit
1951
3/32 283
With Senator Leverett Saltonstall on People's Platform
1951
3/33 284
With Senator Harry Byrd
Vincent A. Finnigan, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1951
3/34 285
Signing REA telephone loan allocation with REA officials and others
January 24, 1951
3/35 286
Trucking meeting with transportation organization reps
February 8, 1951
3/36 287
Henry M. Jackson and others at Veterans of Foreign Wars dinner
Ankers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
February 15, 1951
3/37 288-292
 Korea visit: with officers and soldiers
U.S. Army (photographer)
April 1951
3/37 293-295
Discussing the Korean campaign with Major General Clark L. Ruffner
U.S. Army (photographer)
Written on photo: To Gen. Almered in appreciation of a real adventure Warren G. Magnuson U.S.S.Written on photo: We enjoyed your friendly visit Clark L. Ruffner Maj. Gen. U.S.A. Commanding 2nd Division Korea April 1951
April 1951
3/38 296-311
 Korea visit: with officers and soldiers
U.S. Army (photographer)
U.S. Army captions on versos of photographs.
April 1951
3/39 312-313
2nd Infantry visit
Magnuson with General MacArthur?
April 14, 1951
3/40 314-315
Magnuson, William S. Newell, and M.G. Gamble at United Seamans' Board of Trustees Luncheon
Manny Kamaiko, Talmadge (photographer)
June 1951
3/41 316
Grand Coulee Dam start signal
1 print and 1 press release.
June 1951
3/42 317-319
Merchant Marine Academy Annual Visit
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (photographer)
November 1951
3/43 320
M.S. Heiyo Maru visit
1 print, 1 program. The Heiyo Maru was a Japanese ship.
November 23, 1951
3/44 321
Sharing Christmas gifts with Junius and Marguerite Rochester
December 1951
3/44 322
Mary Ellen Rochester and dog
December 1951
3/44 323
With Harry J. Martin
December 1951
3/45 324
With Chinese men including Daniel Lew
Written on photo: To Senator Magnuson with best regards and season's wishes from Daniel A. Lew.
1952
3/46 325
With Dr. Simeon Y. Cantril at Damon Runyon Cancer Fund
1952
3/47 326 circa 1950s
3/47 327
Adlai Stevenson and man at dam
circa 1950s
3/47 328
With Adlai Stevenson, Wayne Morse, and young man (Adlai III?)
circa 1950s
3/48 329
Receiving medal and plaque
1952
3/49 330
Luncheon with Harry Matthews and senators
United Press Associations, New York City (photographer)
February 5, 1952
3/50 331
With Swedish prime minister, Tage Erlander
April 16, 1952
3/51 332
Serving meat to Mayor John Beck, Harry Hudlow, Lee Bonnett (Chairman of the Festival), and Hnery Thomm at Tri-Cities festival
Ralph Smith, Pasco, Washington (photographer)
May 1952
3/51 333
Eating with Mayor John Beck, Harry Hudlow, Lee Bonnett (Chairman of the Festival), and Henry Thomm at Tri-Cities festival
Ralph Smith, Pasco, Washington (photographer)
May 1952
3/52 334 May 15, 1952
3/53 335
With Miss India 1952, Indrani Rahman at reception
Fotografics, Washington, D.C (photographer)
June 16, 1952
3/54 336
Magnuson with others (party or reception?) at Democratic National Convention
United Press Associations, New York City (photographer)
July 1952
3/55 337
At table with others at Naval Affairs Commission luncheon
August 23, 1952
3/55 338
Shaking hands with Admiral John M. Will (Commander of Military Sea Transportation Service) on USNS Barrett
August 23, 1952
3/55 339
Addressing Panel of Joint Merchant Marine and Naval Affairs Committees of the National Security Commission of The American Legion
August 23, 1952
3/56 340
 The Big Issue television program
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
1953
4/1 341-342
 At Washington Territory Centennial Exhibition
Library of Congress (photographer)
1953
4/2 343
Speaking with others at "Youth Wants To Know"
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
1953
4/2 344
Appearing on "Youth Wants to Know" program
Carlo A. Maggi, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1953
4/2 345
Appearing with Frank Blair on "Youth Wants to Know" program
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
1953
4/3 346
Speaking with John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State) and another man
1953
4/3 347-348
Speaking with John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State)
1953
4/4 349
 With President Eisenhower and other Senators at White House luncheon
Nelse Einwaechter, U.S. Army (photographer)
February 19, 1953
4/5 350
With others at Waterfront crime hearing
United Press Associations (photographer)
March 3, 1953
4/6 351
Second Congressional Night, Elks Lodge 15
Morrison Photographers, Mt. Rainier, MD (photographer)
March 11, 1953
4/7 352
Speaking with Vice Admiral E. L. Cochrane, USN and Rear Admiral Gordon McLintock at America's Town Meeting of the Air
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (photographer)
May 19, 1953
4/7 353
Sitting on the panel of America's Town Meeting of the Air
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (photographer)
May 19, 1953
4/8 354
With others at Joint Embassy-FEC briefing in Taiwan
June 1953
4/8 355-360
Visiting troops in Taiwan
June 1953
4/9 361-362
Subcommittee on Maritime Affairs
Palmer Pictures, San Francisco (photographer)
October 1953
4/10 363
With others at Postal Employees Committee for a new Seattle PO Terminal Annex Building
Fred Carter, Seattle (photographer)
November 3, 1953
4/10 364
Sitting on a panel before a crowd at Government Employees Rally
Fred Carter, Seattle (photographer)
November 3, 1953
4/10 365
With other panel members at Government Employees Rally
Fred Carter, Seattle
November 3, 1953
4/11 366
With Don Abel and others
F. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
1954
4/12 367
Speaking with others at Tri-Cities event
Written on verso: Warren -- This was printed in both tri-city papers. I hope that it will be mutually helpful. Thanks, Miles
1954
4/13 368
With two unidentified men
F. Clyde Wilkinson, Arlington, Virginia (photographer)
1954
4/14 369
 With Adlai Stevenson and Alfred Rochester
Fred Milkie Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
1954
4/15 370
Speaking with man at NBC-TV broadcast
Carlo A. Maggi, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1954-1955
4/16 371-372
Dining with Zelma Reeves Morrison at Tri-Cities Democratic dinner party
1954-1955
4/17 373
Speaking at Airline Medical Examiners Association dinner
March 27, 1954
4/18 374
Dining with others at Jefferson-Jackson Dinner
Schutz Photographers (photographer)
May 6, 1954
4/19 375
At American Forum of the Air broadcast
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
June 8, 1954
4/20 376
 Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson on Capitol Steps with Babe Ruth team from Washington
Adams Studio Photography, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1954
4/21 377
Receiving citation from American Pilots Association
Oct. 2, 1954
4/22 378
Joe Capsin in bed talking on telephone
Written on photo: To the Honorable Warren G. Magnuson scholar-patriot-statesman-shipmate-friend. Honolulu, Veterans Day, 1954. With Highest Esteem, Joe Capsin.
November 11, 1954
4/23 379
Congratulating Rear Admiral Ira Edwin Eskridge
Coast Guard (photographer)
1955
4/24 380-394 1955
4/24 395-402
Speaking at event (20 Years in Congress celebration?)
1955
4/25 403
With woman and two men
Herb Ball, NBC Photo (photographer)
1955
4/26 404
U.S. Senate Commerce Committee with newly appointed chairman, Magnuson
Pictured are Frederick G. Payne, William A. Purtell, James H. Duff, Charles E. Potter, John Marshall Butler, John Pastore, Mike Monroney, George A. Smathers, Price Daniel, Sam Ervin, Jr., Alan Bible, Strom Thurmond.
January, 1955
4/27 405
Senator Estes Kefauver
Written on photo: For Warren Magnuson a great Senator from his friend Estes Kefauver US Senator Tim (?) Feb 1955.
February 1955
4/28 406-408
Addressing crowd at dedication of Rayonier's "Promised Land Recreation Area"
The Jones Photo Co., Aberdeen, Washington (photographer)
Also on speakers platform are Rev. George Schwanenberg, Russell F. Erickson, Mort B. Houston.
May 8, 1955
4/28 409-410
With Russell F. Erickson and Mort B. Houston, holding a time capsule Dedication of Promised Land Recreation Area
The Jones Photo Co., Aberdeen, Washington (photographer)
May 8, 1955
4/28 411-412
Serving hotdogs with Russell F. Erickson at Dedication of Promised Land Recreation Area
The Jones Photo Co., Aberdeen, Washington (photographer)
May 8, 1955
4/28 413
Mort B. Houston (Manager of Rayonier's Northwest Timber Division Operations) addressing crowd at Dedication of Promised Land Recreation Area
The Jones Photo Co., Aberdeen, Washington (photographer)
May 8, 1955
4/28 414
Russell F. Erickson (Rayonier Vice President) introducing Magnuson at Dedication of Promised Land Recreation Area
The Jones Photo Co., Aberdeen, Washington
May 8, 1955
4/28 415-420
Crowd at Dedication of Promised Land Recreation Area
The Jones Photo Co., Aberdeen, Washington
May 8, 1955
4/29 421-424
Presenting Seaman of the Year award to Jarrett H. Ah Chin
United Seamen's Service, Inc., New York (photographer)
May 24, 1955
4/29 425-427
With Jarret H. Ah Chin and others at Seaman of the Year Award Presentation
United Seaman's Service, Inc., New York (photographer)
May 24, 1955
4/29 428-430
Speaking with other at Seaman of the Year Award Presentation
United Seaman's Service, Inc., New York
May 24, 1955
4/29 431
Man arriving or leaving by helicopter
United Seaman's Service, Inc., New York
May 24, 1955
4/30 432
Speaking at event for National Association of Radio and TV Broadcasters
June 1955
4/31 433
With Francis Murnane, William Lawrence, Wilf Desmarais, Frank Maloney, and Charles Appel at Harbor legislation discussion
Harris and Ewing, Washington, D.C (photographer)
June 7, 1955
4/32 434
With Jess N, Rosenburg and Fred J. Lordan at Senate Commerce Committee meeting
Ankers Photographers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
July 20, 1955
4/32 435
With Jess N. Rosenburg, Fred J. Lordan, and Richard Zeller at Senate Commerce Committee meeting
Ankers Photographers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
July 20, 1955
4/32 436
Meeting with members of Senate Commerce Committee
July 20, 1955
4/33 437-439
 At 19th Western Conference of Teamsters with Al Addy (?) and Dave Beck
Coy Watson Photos, Los Angeles, Calif (photographer)
June 27, 1955
4/34 440-441
With William Faricy, President of Association of American Railroads
Harris and Ewing, Washington, D.C (photographer)
July 27, 1955
4/35 442
 Conferring with Henry M. Jackson between committee hearings
Robert H. Miller, Seattle (photographer)
October 1955
4/36 443-447
Magnuson and others aboard S.S. President Jackson
George Shimmon Photographer, Palace Hotel, San Francisco (photographer)
October 31, 1955

Political Activities, 1956-1959Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
4/37 448
Marshall Clough presents Magnuson with honorary Boy Scout pin
International News Photos (photographer)
1956
4/38 449
Commerce Committee meeting with Magnuson, Senator Thruston Morton, Edwin Johnson, and George Smathers
Capitol Photo Service, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1956
4/39 450-451
Discussing common carriage problems on railroad and highway with Senate Commerce Committee Chairman, Edwin Johnson
1956
4/40 452
With Henry M. Jackson, Harriet Olsen, and Muriel Lund at Association of Wives of Commercial Fishermen meeting.
1956
4/41 453-458
 Speaking with people at "Face the Nation" broadcast
Rowland Evans, Stuart Novins, Wells Church, and Edwin Haakinson are also seated with name cards.
1956
4/42 459 1956
4/42 460-461
 Meeting and shaking hands with people in Renton
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
1956
4/42 462-465
Meeting and shaking hands with people
Marshall Lockman, Seattle
Item 464 is an enlargement of item 462.
1956
4/42 467-474
 Meeting and shaking hands with people during campaign
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
Item 467 is an enlargement of 468.
1956
4/43 475 1956
4/44 476
 Democratic headquarters, Wenatchee, Washington
Don Walker, Wenatchee, Washington (photographer)
1956
4/45 477-479
Campaign billboards
Chas. A. Libby and Son, Spokane, Washington (photographer)
Item 479 is a color enlargement of items 477 and 478.
1956
4/46 480-481 1956
4/47 482-484
Delivering a campaign speech
1956
4/48 485-486
Magnuson signing large star-shaped cut-out with "Washington" printed on it next to train carriage in Richland, Washington
Robley L. Johnson Photo, Richland, Washington (photographer)
1956
4/49 487-490
Visiting a construction site
Art Hupy, Seattle (photographer)
2 prints, 2 contact sheets
1956
4/50 491-497
Taking a tour of the facilities of the National Institute of Health with Homer T. Bone and doctors
1956
5/1 498
With Oceanography committee members Strom Thurmond, Columbus O'D Iseln, Milner B. Schaefer, Sumner Pike, Dr. A.E. Maxwell, and Roger Revelle
1956
5/2 499
Discussing educational measures with Henry M. Jackson and Mary Skelton (President of Washington Congress of Parents and Teachers)
1956
5/3 500 1956
5/4 501
Magnuson with Navy personnel at Fort Lewis, Washington
Richards, Tacoma, Washington (photographer)
1956
5/4 502
Delivering a speech at Fort Lewis, Washington
Richards, Tacoma, Washington (photographer)
1956
5/4 503 1956
5/5 504-505
With 4-H delegates Alverta Faucher and Emory Clapp
1956
5/6 506-507 1956
5/7 508-516 1956
5/8 517-526
Visiting the Columbia Basin dam
1956
5/9 527 1956
5/10 528
Contact sheet from Columbia Basin trip
1956
5/11 529-533
On a boat ride during Columbia Basin trip
1956
5/12 534-542 1956
5/13 543-562
Delivering a speech at a dinner during Columbia Basin trip
1956
5/14 563
With R. Gale Sterling and Joseph McManamy, discussing debt for Kittitas Project
1956
5/15 564-567
 With Labor representatives
Forde Photographers, SeattleA. F. of L. Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
With National Maritime Union reps and others, including Dick Klinge, Richard Smokstad, Al Hogan, Gene Brown.
1956
5/16 568
Senator Edward J. Thye, Senator Everett M. Dirksen, Senator Henry M. Jackson, and Dr. Oswald C.J. Hoffman at Lutheran meeting
1956
5/16 569
With Dr. Oswald C.J. Hoffman and Reverend Ambrose Brose at Lutheran meeting
1956
5/16 570
With Senator Edward Thye, Senator Alexander Wiley, Senator Henry Jackson, and Reverend Ambrose Brose at Lutheran meeting
Del Ankers Photographers, Washington, DC (photographer)
1956
5/16 571
With Dr. Oswald C.J. Hoffman and Carl Downing at Lutheran meeting
1956
5/16 572-574
With others at Lutheran meeting
1956
5/17 575-577
Receiving award from National Mental Health Committee
With unidentified man in item 577.
1956
5/18 578
Inspecting Tyros weather satellites with Senator Pastore, Frank Stanton (Columbia Broadcasting System president), and Robert Sarnoff (National Broadcasting Company chairman of the board)
1956
5/19 579
Talking with Gus Nieman, President of Pacific Highway Transport
1956
5/19 580
Talking with George Eastes, President of Lee and Eastes
1956
5/19 581
With Gus Nieman, Neil Curry, and George Eastes
1956
5/20 582
With Elizabeth Strand, President of the Women's Auxiliary of the Puget Sound Gillnetters Association, and daughter Karen Strand, discussing tuna imports
1956
5/21 583
With Don Magnuson and others at table of Veterans of Foreign Wars dinner
1956
5/22 584
With man and globe
1956
5/23 585
Washington State Congressional Representatives Julia Butler Hansen, Catherine May, and Thor Tollefson
1956
5/24 586
With two women in evening wear
1956
5/25 587
 At Merchant Marine ceremony with Paul Hall
Written on photo: Senator Warren Magnuson - Champion of a strong Merchant Marine and a Staunch friend of seafaring people - Sincerely, Paul Hall
1956
5/26 588
With Senator Vance Hartke
1959
5/27 589-590
With Ed Stern
United Seamen's Service, Inc., New York, New York (photographer)
1956
5/28 591-594
Preparing Senator Stuart Symington and Hubert Humphrey for Washington visits for Washington visits
1956
5/29 595-599
Receiving the Eagles International Civic Award
Awarded "In recognition of his humanitarian efforts and achievements in behalf of cancer research and establishing the National Cancer Institute." With Dr. John Heller, Lawrence Leahy, Arthur Ehrmann in item 597.
January 30, 1956
5/30 600
At desk with men for Bremerton delegation
February 22, 1956
5/31 601
With Bill Stern
Lee Salsberry Studios (photographer)
March 2, 1956
5/32 602
Telephone presentation with George Deane, President of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce
March 2, 1956
5/33 603
With C.W. Lasham, Harry Ames, Harry E. Cummins, Paul M. Holmes, and R.A. Moisio
March 7, 1956
5/34 604
Visiting with Commercial Fishermen's Wives Frances Zelufe, Mitze Manaka, and Helen Xitco
Wide World Photos, Inc (photographer)
March 20, 1956
5/35 605-606
At Puget Sound Naval Shipyard event
U.S. Navy (photographer)
April 1956
5/36 607
Receiving a Citation of Merit from Muscular Dystrophy Association, presented by Mrs. Don Heggie
April 12, 1956
5/37 608-612
Celebrating birthday; staff and cake
April 12, 1956
5/37 613
With Carl Downing, Press Secretary
April 12, 1956
5/37 614
With Irv Hoff, Administrative Assistant
April 12, 1956
5/37 615
With Jack Hurley
April 12, 1956
5/37 616
With Jessie Robertson, personal secretary (1945-1969)
1956
5/37 617
With Jessie Robertson, personal secretary (1945-1969), and Morris Forgash
April 12, 1956
5/37 618
With unidentified man and woman at desk
1956
5/38 619
With magician and rabbit
April 12, 1956
5/39 620 April 25, 1956
5/40 621
With Croil Hunter
June 21, 1956
5/41 622
A. Lars Nelson, Master of Washington State Grange, and Henry M. Jackson
July 19, 1956
5/41 623
With A. Lars Nelson, Master of Washington State Grange
July 19, 1956
5/41 624-625
With A. Lars Nelson and Henry M. Jackson
July 19, 1956
5/42 626-628
 At Seafair
U.S. Navy (photographer)
August 1956
5/43 629-640
On a deep sea fishing trip
August 1956
5/44 641-643
With Senators and Representatives at Priest Rapids Dam
Pictured: Henry M. Jackson, State Senator Nat Washington, State Representative Ray Mundy, Frank Bell, Robert B. Jackson, William Schenppe/Scheuppe, Robert Jenks, and Fred Ault
circa October 1, 1956
5/45 644
Coffee break at Elmer's Café, Moses Lake, WA, with Henry M. Jackson, Roy Mundy, and Pat O'Brien
October 2, 1956
5/46 645
Election victory, clasping hands with John Cherberg, Albert Rosellini, and Don Magnuson
Tom Carson, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 1956
5/47 646
With two unidentified men at Canlis (one may be executive chef Joseph Ching?)
Hal Kaminske Photo, Seattle (photographer)
November 8, 1956
5/48 647
With Mason Case, being presented California Fisherman's Fiesta Award
1957
5/49 648-652
At Wenatchee dinner
1957
5/50 653
At Larsen Memorial Clinic dedication
1957
5/51 654
With 2 men and 1 woman; woman presenting check to one man
1957
5/52 655
With Henry M. Jackson and others at committee meeting (?)
1957
5/53 656
With Henry M. Jackson, Thor Tollefson, Tom Pelly, and others, holding a long roll of names
1957
5/54 657 1957
6/1 678
Delivering a speech on street
February 1957
6/1 679
Talking with constituents
February 1957
6/2 680
At confirmation hearing of Arnie Suomela as Commissioner of Fish and Wildlife with Ross Leffler, Assistant Secretary of Interior for Fish and Wildlife, and Arnie J. Suomela
April 1957
6/3 681
With Senator Allen Ellender and Dr. Alan T. Waterman, director of National Science Foundation, at National Science Foundation budget hearing
April 1957
6/4 682-683
At podium, poised to press button at Ice Harbor Dam ground-breaking (?) with Henry M. Jackson, Charles Baker, and Albert Rosellini
June 1957
6/5 684-685
 Fourth of July with Admiral Halsey
U.S. Navy (photographer)
July 4, 1957
6/6 686
With Steve McCormick on Youth Wants to Know
Folder includes letter from moderator Steve McCormick.
August 1957
6/7 687-688
With Jack Burtch and Jack Dempsey
Robert Striar News Photo (photographer)
1958
6/7 689
With Sugar Ray Robinson
Robert Striar News Photo (photographer)
1958
6/7 690-692
With Jack Dempsey at an event
Washington PostRobert Striar News Photo (photographer)
1958
6/8 693
With Louis Rothschild and Carl Junge at Alaska hearing
February 4, 1958
6/9 694 September 1958
6/10 695-696
With Henry M. Jackson, R.A. Learnard, D.H. Tilson of Alcoa, R.A. Sandberg of Kaiser, and Fletcher Plumley of Reynolds at aluminum imports discussion
October 1958
6/11 697
With Dr. Rex L. Huff at Veterans Administration Hospital, Seattle
November 12, 1958
6/11 698
With Dr. H. T. Dodge and Dr. Sandler at Veterans Administration Hospital, Seattle
November 12, 1958
6/11 699
Shaking hands with Dr. Robert S. Evans at Veterans Administration Hospital, Seattle
November 12, 1958
6/11 700-702 November 12, 1958
6/11 703
With Dr. Robert Williams, Dr. M. H. Johnson, Dr. D. E. Nolan, Dr. R. S. Evans at Veterans Administration Hospital, Seattle
November 12, 1958
6/11 704
With Walter Deebash, Dr. D. E. Nolan, and Dr. R. S. Evans at Veterans Administration Hospital, Seattle
November 1958
6/12 705-707 1959
6/13 708
With Senator Bob Bartlett and Boys' Nation representatives
1959
6/14 709
At American Trucking Convention with Interstate Commerce Commission chairman John F. Winchell and Joseph E. Keller
Cameramen Incorporated (photographer)
1959
6/15 710
With E.E. Schnellbacher, discussing trade benefits from Merchandising Clinic at Washington State International Trade Fair
1959
6/16 711
 With Miro Slovak, driver of Miss Bardahl at Hydroplane races
Bob Carver Photos (photographer)
Folder includes a letter.
1959
6/17 712
With Richard Allert (Washington State Wheat Commission), Chet Stonecipher and Dwelley Jones (Washington Association of Wheat Growers) at wheat sales legislation
1959
6/18 713
Receiving (or giving?) Merchant Marine Academy plaque
March 1959
6/19 714
With Lewis L. Strauss, considering model of ship prior to consideration of Strauss' appointment as Secretary of Commerce
March 17, 1959
6/20 715
With Senator John McClellan
March 17, 1959
6/21 716
With Merchant Marine Academy cadets Thomas Tollefson and John Johnson during Merchant Marine Academy Glee Club visit
March 18, 1959
6/22 717a
Discussing soil and water conservation with Washington State Soil Conservation District president J.W. Cornwall
March 18, 1959
6/22 717b
Warren Magnuson and George Thomas looking at document
April 14, 1959
6/23 718a
With Henry M. Jackson and others
April 20, 1959
6/23 718b
With Carl Hayden
April 20, 1959
6/24 719 April 29, 1959
6/25 720-721
With Bill Stern of Northwest Airlines
Northeast Airlines Photo by Tierney and Killingsworth, Inc (photographer)
May 1959
6/26 722 May 5, 1959
6/27 723
At luncheon with van Liew and Hufnagel
Cameramen Incorporated, Washington, DC (photographer)
May 12, 1959
6/28 724-725 May 15, 1959

Political Activities, late 1950s-early 1960sReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
6/29 726 1960s
6/29 727
With Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee members Ed Terris (States-Marine), Andrew Schoeppel, Norris Cotton, John Pastore, and E.L. (Bob) Bartlett
1960s
6/30 728
Looking at a map with Spokane lumberman Joseph Smith while discussing Colville National Forest
circa 1952-1962
6/31 729
With man at American Federation of Government Employees discussion
1950s-1960s
6/32 730
With two men outside Appropriations Committee room
late 1950s-early 1960s
6/33 731-732 circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/34 733-734
Magnuson discussing book and documents with man, possibly in U.S. Capitol or White House
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/35 735-736
With Henry M. Jackson and others
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/36 737
With Chairman Francis Pearson and Commissioner Patrick Sutherland of the Washington Public Utilities commission
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/37 738
On Navy ship with many other men
late 1950s-early 1960s
6/38 739 circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/39 740
At Commerce Committee meeting with Senator John Pastore and another man
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/40 741
With ship model and 5 men
Cameramen Incorporated, Washington, D.C (photographer)
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/41 742
 With Henry M. Jackson at KING-TV broadcast
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/42 743
With the Propeller Club
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/43 744
With Tom Pelly and another man
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/44 745
After-dinner cigar with a man
late 1950s-early 1960s
6/45 746
With Irvin Hoff
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/45 747
With man at desk looking at documents
circa late 1950s-early 1960s
6/46 748-750
 With Wes Uhlman
Capitol Photo Service, Washington, D.C (photographer)
circa early 1960s
6/47 751
With Henry M. Jackson and other man, looking at tree trunk cross-section
late 1950s-early 1960s
6/48 752
Meeting in Commerce Committee office with George Smathers, John Pastore, Vance Hartke, others
1950s-1960s
6/49 753
Discussing Columbia Basin drainage with Harvey Bayley, Earl Terwilliger, Bill McAnlis, Don Damon
1950s-1960s
6/50 754
With man, looking at aerial photograph of mountainous, wooded area
circa late 1950s-early 1960s

Political Activities, 1960sReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
6/51 755
With two men at monitoring station
possibly National Institutes of Health (photographer)
1960s
6/52 756
With Walter Winchell
Leo Friedman, New York City (photographer)
1960s
6/53 757
At a dinner with Henry M. Jackson, Victor Rosellini, Dave Cohn, Walt Horan, Tom Pelly, Catherine May
1960s
6/54 758-759 1960s
6/55 760
Magnuson fastening his seatbelt in passenger seat of car
Bernard Gotfryd, Newsweek (photographer)
June 24, 1966
6/56 761
With Walter Carrivea and Henry M. Jackson
1960s
6/56 762
With Walter Carrivea, Mrs. Carrivea, and Henry M. Jackson
1960s
6/56 763
With Walter Carriveau
1960s
6/57 764
With Raymond L. Fels and General Joseph P. Adams at meeting with International Chiropractors' Association representatives
1960s
6/58 765
With Daniel T. Buckley at meeting with Coal Exporters Association representatives
Capitol Photo Service (photographer)
1960s
6/59 766
Discussing the coal industry with George Fumich, Jr., Director of Office of Coal Research
1960s
6/60 767-768 1960s
6/61 769
Looking at Columbia Basin map with others
1960s
6/62 770
Luncheon with Columbia Basin delegation (Henry M. Jackson, State Representative Roy Mundy, Grant County Commissioner H.E. (Mode) Snead, Columbia Basin Herald publisher Ned Thomas, and W.G. (Bill) Lefler, Director of Quincy Irrigation District)
1960s
6/63 771
Constituent visit with Krayer and Sullivan families
1960s
7/1 772
Discussing dairy legislation with Ed Petersen, President of Consolidated Dairy
1960s
7/2 773
With Jill Downing (Carl Downing's daughter)
1960s
7/3 774-778
Visit to Fargo, North Dakota
1960s
7/3 779-783
Touring Roman Meal plant during trip to Fargo, North Dakota
1960s
7/4 784
With James Bennett, Bureau of Prisons Director, and Honorable Bartlett Rummel, Pierce County Superior Court Judge; examining rifles used in D.C. homicides during break in Senate hearing on S.1975, amending Firearms Control Act
1960s
7/5 785
With Stan Barer
1960s
7/6 786
Discussing forest recreation with Henry M. Jackson and Bert Cole, Commissioner of Washington State Department of Natural Resources
1960s
7/7 787-788
With Burlington Northern Railroad officials
Burlington Railroad (photographer)
1960s
7/8 789 1960s
7/9 790
With Henry M. Jackson and Julia Butler Hansen
1960s
7/10 791
With Tacoma Mayor Ben Hanson
1960s
7/11 792-794
Preparing for telephone interview with Carl Downing and another man
Capitol Photo Service, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1960s
7/12 795
Meeting in office with Henry M. Jackson, Floyd Hicks, Gladys Morgan, BA
1960s
7/13 796
With Henry M. Jackson and another man
1960s
7/14 797-798
With Otto Brandt and Henry M. Jackson
Capitol Photo Service, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1960s
7/15 799 1960s
7/15 800-801 1960s
7/16 802
At a dinner with the Johnsons, listening to Lyndon B. Johnson speak
1960s
7/17 803
With Henry M. Jackson and Jimmy Keefe
1960s
7/18 804
Discussing a Lake Washington boat chart with Henry M. Jackson, Rear Admiral H. Arnold Karo, and Marvin T. Paulson
1960s
7/19 805
Discussing Lower Columbia fisheries program with Charles Luce of Bonneville Power Administration
1960s
7/20 806
Discussing lumber export legislation with Washington State Port and Lumber Industry spokesmen Dave James, Gene Sibold, Joseph P. Adams, and Henry Soike
1960s
7/21 807
Dinner in honor of Magnuson
Elmer Ogawa, Seattle (photographer)
1960s
7/22 808 1960s
7/23 809 1960s
7/24 810-811
With Edward R. Murrow
City News Bureau (photographer)
1960s
7/24 812 1960s
7/25 813 1960s
7/26 814 1960s
7/27 815
Feeding an otter as others watch
1960s
7/28 816-817
Discussing Northwest power concerns with Henry M. Jackson and Joe Davis (President of Washington State Federation of Labor)
1960s
7/28 818
Discussing Northwest power concerns with Henry M. Jackson and Charles Luce (Bonneville Power Administration)
1960s
7/29 819
With Nurses Association representatives Mrs. Fletcher and Miss Little
1960s
7/30 820
With John Baker (Assistant Secretary of Agriculture) Pacific Northwest Bell representative Lois Chandler, and Tom Foley
Merle Jordan, Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone (photographer)
1960s
7/31 821-822
Visiting park in Vancouver, Washington
Gordon Clark, The Columbian, Vancouver, Washington (photographer)
1960s
7/32 823
Looking at model of Little Diomede Island hospital with Stewart Udall and George Cheek
Dudley, Hardin and Yang, Seattle (photographer)
1960s
7/32 824
On ship U.S.S. Staten Island with B.J. Shaffer and L.W. Sutton
Dudley, Hardin and Yang, Seattle (photographer)
1960s
7/33 825-826
Speaking at possible post office dedication
1960s
7/34 827
Discussing educational television legislation with Loren Stone of KCTS TV
1960s
7/35 828
Public works discussion with Henry M. Jackson, Colonel Ernest L. Perry, and Colonel Joseph Gorbacz
1960s
7/36 829
Looking at drawings of shipbuilding jobs with Henry M. Jackson and Harry P. McLaughlin of Puget Sound Bridge and Drydock
1960s
7/37 830 1960s
7/38 831-832
Looking at Scandinavian history booklet with Senator Ralph Cohen
1960s
7/39 833
With Arthur Schwartz
1960s
7/40 834
With identified delegates of the Seafarer's International Union, meeting after testifying before Merchant Marine and Fisheries Subcommittee
1960s
7/41 835
With Seattle Times correspondents Bill Prochnau and Alice Johnson
1960s
7/42 836-837
Visiting a school with Sargent Shriver
1960s
7/43 838
Magnuson at event
1960s
7/44 839
Navy ship tour
Norm Betts, Associated Press (photographer)
1960s
7/45 840
Group handclasp with Henry M. Jackson and others
1960s
7/46 841
At a large group at luncheon with Sterling Munro (?) and unidentified men
1960s
7/47 842
With three young women singers at dedication ceremony
1960s
7/48 843
With Robert Shulman
1960s
7/49 844-845
With older man at Sigma Chi dinner
1960s
7/50 846
Discussing space communications with Senator Clair Engle, George Killion, and Edgar Kaiser (appointed to Board of Communications Satellite Corporation)
1960s
7/51 847
With Bill Stern
1960s ?
7/52 848
Briefing on supersonic transport plane with Gene Harris of Boeing, Maynard Pennell, and Lloyd Goodmanson
1960s
7/53 849
With Henry M. Jackson and Ned Thomas
1960s
7/54 850
Looking at aircraft models with Bill Trevarrow
1960s
7/55 851
Speaking at Tri-Cities meeting
Tri-City Herald (photographer)
1960s
7/55 852-855
Tri-Cities meeting
Tri-City Herald (photographer)
1960s
7/56 856
Discussing Soviet attempts to transplant King Crab with Dr. Albert K. Sparks, University of Washington shellfish expert
1960s
7/57 857-858
With Henry M. Jackson and Black (confirmed as member of Federal Power Commission) at David S. Black confirmation hearing
1960s
7/58 859
With General Services Administration Administrator Bernard Boutin
1960s
7/59 860
With Allen Ellender and Milton Young at Chairing Appropriations Committee
1960s
7/60 861
With Vance Hartke and others at Commerce Committee hearings on overseas airfares
1960s
7/61 862 1960s
7/62 863
Visiting V.A. hospital with Jermaine Magnuson, Dr. A.F. Morgan, and others
1960s
7/62 864a-b
Visiting V.A. hospital with Jermaine Magnuson, Dr. A.F. Morgan, and others
1960s
7/62 865
Visiting V.A. hospital with Jermaine Magnuson, Dr. A.F. Morgan, and others
1960s
7/63 866
Discussing Whidbey Island tourism with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith
1960s
7/64 867
Discussing Wynoochee River flood control with Henry M. Jackson, Leighton Powell (Grays Harbor County Commissioner), Timothy Moriarity (Aberdeen City Council)
1960s
7/65 868
Contact sheet of Magnuson with Yardney electric car
1960s
7/66 869a
With Jermaine Magnuson and women's club representatives Dorothy Miller and Georgia Klindworth
1960s
7/66 869b
Magnuson with American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation members and Henry M. Jackson
1960s
7/67 870
With Henry M. Jackson and Willis Robertson
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
1960s
7/68 871a
Looking at relief map of North Pacific ocean floor with Dixy Lee Ray
1960s
7/68 871b
Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson with group of Girl Scouts
1960s
8/1 872-873 1960s
8/2 874-875
Talking to woman, possibly in U.S. Capitol
1960s
8/3 876-878
With men in office
1960s
8/4 879
Meeting with West Virginia legislators Harley O. Staggers, Jennings Randolph, and Robert Byrd
1960s
8/5 880
With Henry M. Jackson and Sam Volpentest
1960s
8/6 missing
The Magnusons and the Johnsons
1960s
8/7 881
Ed Stern
1960s
8/8 882
Bill Purcell
Written on photo: To my distinguished colleague and good friend Warren Magnuson with warmest regards Bill Purcell.
1960s
8/9 883
Frank Graham
Harris and Ewing (photographer)
Written on photo: To my good friend Warren, with high esteem and warm regards, Sincerely, Frank Graham
1960s
8/10 884
Blaine Moody
Written on photo: To Warren Magnuson a keen and liberal Senator and a fine friend with my very good wish, Blaine Moody
1960s
8/11 885
Tom Pelly, Fred Lordon, and three others looking at hooks and line in Magnuson's office
1960s
8/12 886
Looking at state flag with Henry M. Jackson and two women
early 1960s
8/13 887
Meeting with port representatives Thomas P. Guerin, Paul Amundsen, Frank Hickey, Thomas J. White, Donald Leland, and C.W. Phelps
early 1960s
8/14 888
Looking at bill S. 1055 with Joe Adams
early 1960s
8/15 889
Discussing Dynasoar Space Plane model with Henry M. Jackson with Boeing test pilot A.M. (Tex) Johnston
early 1960s
8/16 890 early 1960s
8/16 891
Education discussion with Henry M. Jackson, William McLin of National Education Association, William Frederick of Shoreline School, Frederick's wife, and their daughter Mary
early 1960s
8/17 892
With John Cherberg, Bill Gasparetti, and Robert Bailey
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
early 1960s
8/17 893-894
With John Cherberg and Bill Gasparetti
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
early 1960s
8/18 895
With others on set of CBS TV program, The Great Challenge
early 1960s
8/19 896
At hearing/meeting in Interior Committee room with Henry M. Jackson and E.L. Bartlett
early 1960s
8/20 897
With State Senator Louis Hoffmeister and Henry M. Jackson
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
early 1960s
8/21 898
Discussing Pacific and Central fly-ways with Senator Lee Metcalf, Daniel H. Janzen, Frank F. Briggs, and E.L. Bartlett
early 1960s
8/22 899
Ira Ewers authorizing Magnuson and Thor Tollefson to award scholarships to Washington students
early 1960s
8/23 900
With man on playing field
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
early 1960s
8/24 901
At swearing-in ceremony
early 1960s
8/25 902
At Cub Scout pin presentation
early 1960s
8/26 903
Discussing Coast Guard activities with Admiral Alfred Richmond, Commandant, and Senator E.L. Bartlett
early 1960s
8/26 904
Discussing Coast Guard activities with Admiral Alfred Richmond, Commandant
early 1960s
8/27 905
Discussing South America with Washington State University professor Dr. Laszlo Valko
early 1960s
8/28 906
Discussing duck count statistics with Donald H. Janzen, Director of Bureau of Sports Fisheries and Wildlife
early 1960s
8/29 907-909
At a reception
City News Bureau, Washington, D.C (photographer)
early 1960s
8/30 910-911
Looking at State Pilotage in America book with men
early 1960s
8/30 912-913
Talking with unidentified men
early 1960s
8/31 914-915
With man, looking at square of chip board
early 1960s
8/32 916
With Henry M. Jackson and John O'Brien
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
early 1960s
8/33 917-918
 Meeting on communism with Lambert Brose
In item 917, Magnuson is holding Lambert Brose's book How To Fight Communism Today
early 1960s
8/34 919
With Henry M. Jackson and Lester Merritt of Ferry Country Timberman's Association
early 1960s
8/35 920
Kissing Sally Downing
late 1950s-early 1960s
8/35 921
With Sally Downing, Catherine May, and E.L. Bartlett
late 1950s-early 1960s
8/36 922
With Brock Adams
late 1960s
8/37 923
Jermaine Magnuson, Joel Pritchard with children and hospital staff at Children's Orthopedic Hospital ceremony
late 1960s
8/38 924 late 1960s
8/39 925
At a dinner with Henry M. Jackson, Dan Evans, Joshua Green
Ida Renner (photographer)
late 1960s
8/40 926
With Cliff Robertson, Jermaine Magnuson, and another woman at an event
late 1960s
8/41 927-930
Visiting Spokane Community College
late 1960s
8/42 931-932
With Alben Barkley, Jermaine Magnuson, Senator Prouty, and Senator Gore
late 1960s
8/43 933a
Jermaine Magnuson with George and Flo Starrett
late 1960s
8/43 933b
E.L. Bartlett, Carroll A. Oliver, Ralph J. Rivers, and Warren Magnuson at APPA convention
APPA is possibly the American Public Power Association.
late 1960s

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
8/44 934
With Tim Babcock and another man
Bob Wilcox Studio, Phoenix, Arizona (photographer)
1960
8/45 935
With Janie Rosellini (wearing Washington banner) at Cherry Blossom Festival
1960
8/46 936
Discussing Dayton flood control project with Henry H. Wellsandt
1960
8/47 937
Discussing fish migration with Senator E.L. Bartlett
1960
8/48 938
Discussions prior to International Law of the Seas Conference with Henry M. Jackson and another man
1960
8/49 939
International Law of the Seas discussions with Albert Rosellini, Henry M. Jackson, and George Johansen (Secretary-Treasurer of Alaska Fishermen's Union)
1960
8/50 940
Having a discussion with Milo Moore, director of Department of Fisheries, at International Law of the Seas
1960
8/51 941
Discussing Law of the Seas Conference with fisheries officials Ross L. Leffler (Assistant Secretary of Interior for Fish and Wildlife) and Donald L. McKernan (Director of Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
1960
8/52 942
Speaking at Century 21 Exposition
1960
8/52 943
With Eddie Carlson, L. Glenn Bannerman, and model of Space Needle
1960
8/52 944
Speaking with two unidentified men
1960
8/53 945
Discussing plans for media coverage of Century 21 Exposition with Dr. Frank Stanton, President of Columbia Broadcasting System, and Mrs. A. Scott Bullitt of KING-TV
1960
8/54 946
Discussing domestic airlines with Senator Clair Engle and Najeeb Halaby
1960
8/55 947
U.S. Commerce Dept. nominees Roland Burnstein, Clarence D. Martin, and Edward Gudeman
1960?
8/56 948
Discussing a U.S. Postal Service bill with I.W. Kirkpatrick and Roy Peterson (Vice Presidents of American Federation of Government Employees National)
1960
8/57 949
A.C. Ingersoll Jr., chairman of the Special Legislative Committee of The American Waterways Operators, Inc., presenting model of towboat to Magnuson
Chase Ltd (photographer)
1960
8/58 950-951 circa 1960
8/59 952
With men in office
1960
8/60 953-955
Viewing Soviet scientific, industrial, and cultural exhibit in New York City with A. Shelnov, Y. Morsin, and Allen Beach
circa 1960
8/61 956
Irvin Hoff (served as administrative assistant to Magnuson and as chairman for the national committee of campaign planning for the Democratic party)
1960
8/62 957
Receiving plaque commemorating world record dive off Guam, with Lt. Larry Shumaker, Lt. Don Walsh, and Dr. Andreas B. Rechnitzer
Jan. 23, 1960
8/63 958
Presenting cancer research check to Sanford Leikin, Director of Blood Research at Washington, D.C. Children's Hospital
Jan. 29, 1960
8/64 959
Safe driving briefing with Harold L. Smith of Ford Motors, who is explaining his "Smith System of Safe Driving"
April 13, 1960
8/65 960
With Henry M. Jackson (holding clam stamps) and Senator Margaret Chase Smith and a bag of clams
June 24, 1960
8/66 961
With Fred Lordan, administrative assistant
Oct. 1960

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
9/1 962-964 circa 1961-1962
9/2 965
Century 21 World's Fair federal participation with Henry M. Jackson, Ewen Dingwall, Ray Olsen, and Albert Rosellini
The Magnuson-Jackson measure (S.3680) authorized federal participation in Century 21 World's Fair Exposition.
1961
9/3 966-967
With Allen Beach, Ewen Dingwall, and other Century 21 World's Fair officials in New York
circa 1961-1962
9/4 968 circa 1961-1962
9/5 969-970
Discussing media coverage, international interest in Century 21 Worl's Fair Exposition with Henry M. Jackson and Edward Stimpson, special Washington, D.C. assistant for exhibition
1961
9/6 971
Discussing the Century 21 Science Pavilion with U.S. Commissioner Dr. Athelstan Spilhaus
1961
9/7 972
Century 21 World's Fair planning with Henry M. Jackson, Ewen Dingwall, and Dewayne Kreager
circa 1961
9/8 973
Presenting Century 21 World's Fair medals to George Tsutakawa (University of Washington School of Art and Architecture) and Leland Howard (U.S. Mint)
1961
9/9 974 1961
9/10 975-978
 Visiting Seattle Century 21 World's Fair site construction
4 color prints
Folder includes 31 color transparencies.
circa 1961-1962
9/11 979-980 circa 1961-1962
9/12 981-982
Century 21 World's Fair Exposition discussions with Joe Adams, Henry M. Jackson, other men
circa 1961-1962
9/13 983
Discussing U.S.S. Savannah visit with Thomas Stakem, U.S. Maritime Administrator
1961
9/14 984-985
Master Sergeant Wallace E. Vaught with Magnuson in office
Typewritten on verso of 984: M/sgt Wallace E. Vaught of "B" Company, Post Special Troops, Fort Lewis Washington is welcomed by Senator Warren G. Magnuson (Democrat) of the State of Washington in his office in Seattle. Sgt. Vaught is the recipient of the Air Traffic Controllers Award for the year and was called by Senator Magnuson to see the plaque that was awarded during a ceremony held in Miami, Florida.Typewritten on verso of 985: Mr. Harry Fox, Chairman of the Tacoma Chapter # 55, Air Traffic Controllers Association (left), M/sgt Wallace E. Vaught (center) confer with Senator Warren G. Magnuson in his office in Seattle. This meeting occurred after Sgt. Vaught had won the Air Traffic Controllers Plaque for the year in a presentation held at Miami, Florida.
SFC Charles T. Thompson, U.S. Army (Photographer)
November 24, 1961
9/15 986-987
With Thor Tollefson, Representative Herbert Bonner (chairman of House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee), and portrait of Senator Magnuson at Merchant Marine Act anniversary
Maritime Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce (photographer)
1961
9/16 988
Discussing Magnuson's measure intended to expand oceanographic research with Dr. Richard Fleming (Professor of Oceanography/Oceanography Department head)
1961
9/16 989
Discussing Magnuson's measure intended to expand oceanographic research with John Connally (Navy Secretary)
1961
9/16 990
Discussing Magnuson's measure intended to expand oceanographic research with Dr. Roger Revelle (Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
1961
9/16 991-992
Discussing Magnuson's measure intended to expand oceanographic research with John Connally (Navy Secretary)
1961
9/17 993-995
Discussing Peaceful Uses of Space conference program with men
1961
9/18 996-997
With Senator Carl Hayden and Siegfried Hoffman, Amerika Haus contest winner of two-week America tour
1961
9/19 998
John F. Kennedy signing U.S. Travel Service bill surrounded by men (including Magnuson and John Pastore)
1961
9/20 999
Discussing study of U.S. regulatory agencies with Smithmoore P. Myers, dean of Gonzaga University School of Law
1961
9/21 1000-1001
At Western Union Telegraph Company presentation with Mike Monroney
1961
9/22 1002-1009
With other men at a reception
Kaufmann and Fabry Co., Chicago (photographer)
1961
9/23 1010
Greeting people at a Seattle reception event
1961
9/24 1011
With General Cashing [?]
1961
9/25 1012
Discussing Flood Control Appropriation with Washington Reclamation Supervisor John Richardson and East Columbia Basin Irrigation District Secretary William McAnlis, Henry M. Jackson
1961
9/26 1013
Discussing Columbia Basin Flood Control with Henry M. Jackson and Albert Rosellini
1961
9/27 1014 1961
9/28 1015
Discussing advantages of industry relocation in Washington State with Seattle mayor Gordon Clinton and Governor Albert Rosellini at Industry in Seattle luncheon
1961
9/29 1016-1019
 At event with Henry M. Jackson, Edward R. Murrow, Julia Butler Hansen, Catherine May, and Herb Legg
Democratic National Committee, Washington, D.CJack Brown (photographer)
1961
9/30 1020
Fred Lordan, Magnuson's administrative assistant
1961
9/31 1021-1022
With Henry M. Jackson, State Senator John Cooney, and others involved with People to People tour group/Inland Empire leaders
circa 1961
9/32 1023a-c circa 1961-1962
9/33 1024
With others at White House Conference on Aging
Capitol Photo Service, Inc., Washington, D.C (photographer)
January 12, 1961
9/34 1025 March 24, 1961
9/35 1026
Receiving Gonzaga University honorary Doctor of Law degree with Reverend Edmund W. Morton, S.J., Albert V. Fonder, Frank J. Sheed, Edward R. Hughes, and John Sisk
Rex R. Gerlach, Spokane, Washington (photographer)
Folder includes certificate from Gonzaga University.
May 28, 1961
9/36 1027 June 1961
9/37 1028-1031 June 6, 1961
9/38 1032 June 18, 1961
9/39 1033-1035
In front of S.S. Leslie Lykes, Baltimore with George Smathers and others at Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Shipyard
Bethlehem Sparrows Point Shipyard, Baltimore, MarylandFrancis DiGennaro (photographer)
June 20, 1961
9/40 1036 June 21, 1961
9/41 1037-1047 August 1961
9/42 1048 September 20, 1961
9/43 1049
Giving Merchant Marine Academy citation with Edward Stern (staff member, Senate Commerce Committee) and Milton G. Nottingham (President of U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Alumni Association)
October 7, 1961
9/44 1050-1062
At Gene Dunlap's stag party with Henry M. Jackson, Gene Dunlap, and many others
Folder includes invitation to the event.
October 15, 1961
9/45 1063-1069
At Gene Dunlap's stag party
Folder includes a list of names.
October 15, 1961
9/46 1070-1083
 President John F. Kennedy's Seattle trip
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
November 16, 1961
9/47 1084-1098 November 16, 1961
10/1 1099-1104
Magnuson's Congressional Silver Anniversary dinner
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
Folder includes a copy of President John F. Kennedy's speech at Magnuson's silver anniversary dinner.
November 16, 1961
10/2 1105-1119 November 16, 1961
10/3 1120
Receiving American Society of Travel Agents appreciation award
November 16, 1961

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
10/4 1121-1123 1962
10/5 1124-1125 1962
10/6 1126
Gordon Quarnstrom of Allstate Insurance presents "honor board" to Magnuson, recognizing Century 21 World's Fair work
1962
10/7 1127-1130
 Century 21 World's Fair Exposition site (Space Needle, monorail, etc.)
Dudley, Hardin and Yang, Inc., Seattle, WashingtonWorld's Fair Photo (photographer)
1962
10/8 1131-1132
Joseph Quinn presenting Carmack Key (historic telegraph key that President John F. Kennedy would use to open Seattle Century 21 World's Fair)
1962
10/9 1133-1136 1962
10/10 1137-1139 1962
10/11 1140
 Installing Century 21 World's Fair emblem in sidewalk with John Cherberg and others
Forde Photographers, Seattle (Century 21) (photographer)
1962
10/12 1141-1142
With Joseph Gandy, Chairman of Century 21 World's Fair Commission
1962
10/13 1143 1962
10/14 1144 1962
10/15 1145
Speaker addressing crowd at Century 21 World's Fair Exposition; Magnuson in audience
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
1962
10/16 1146 1962
10/17 1147 1962
10/17 1148-1149
With Lyndon B. Johnson, Joseph Gandy, John Glenn, and Albert Rosellini at Century 21 World's Fair Exposition
Forde PhotographersGreater Seattle News Bureau (photographer)
1962
10/18 1150-1161 1962
10/19 1162-1166
Campaigning in the Maggie Mobile, 1962 campaign
Pat's Picture Shop, Newport, Washington (photographer)
1962
10/20 1167-1169 1962
10/21 1170
Looking at photograph of Howard A. Hanson Dam with George Thomas
1962
10/22 1171-1173
With Henry M. Jackson, meeting women from Tacoma and Spokane at Campaign Conference for Democratic Women
1962
10/23 1174
At "Kitsap Tribe" ceremony with Henry M. Jackson, Rear Admiral R.K. James and others
U.S. Navy (photographer)
One man is wearing an Indian feather headdress.
1962
10/24 1175-1177
At U.S. Navy Torpedo Station for Bushnell Drive dedication in memory of Carl Hilton Bushnell
U.S. Navy (photographer)
1962
10/25 1178
With Rupert Murphy (Interstate Commerce Commission chairman) and John Gill (Chairman of the board, American Trucking Associations) at private carrier conference
Cameraman Incorporated, Washington, DC (photographer)
1962
10/26 1179
Looking at copper etching portrait of President John F. Kennedy with Washington State Democratic Chairman Frank Keller and John F. Kennedy's administrative assistant Mike Manatos
circa 1962
10/26 1180
With Washington State Democratic Chairman Frank Keller, Betty Keller, and President John F. Kennedy administrative assistant Mike Manatos
circa 1962
10/27 1181-1184 1962
10/28 1185
Presenting copy of S.901 (bill to establish national oceanographic program) to Dr. Harrison Brown of California Institute of Technology
1962
10/29 1186
With Tom Bannan at Seattle University
1962
10/30 1187-1189 1962
10/31 1190-1191
Discussing President's economic report with Henry M. Jackson and Harold Gibson (Gibson was International V.P. of International Association of Machinists)
1962
10/32 1192-1193 February 21, 1962
10/33 1194-1198 February 21, 1962
10/34 1199-1201
At Puget Sound Naval Shipyard - Dry Dock dedication with Henry M. Jackson and Navy men
April 1962
10/35 1202-1203
Dr. Kenneth Endicott presenting citation and showing image of virus to Magnuson
April 2, 1962
10/36 1204
With Albert Rosellini, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, and Frank Church at Ice Harbor Dam dedication
U.S. Army Engineer District, Walla Walla, Washington (photographer)
May 9, 1962
10/37 1205
"Plaza of the States" presentation honoring Magnuson's Century 21 efforts
Harvey Davis, Scottsdale and Seattle (photographer)
May 10, 1962
10/38 1206-1208
Speaking to crowd at Howard Hanson Dam dedication
Seattle District Photo (photographer)
1962
10/39 1209
Presenting Dean Rusk with Seattle World's Fair gold pass
Herbert J. Meyle, Department of State Photography (photographer)
May 24, 1962
10/40 1210-1213
Speaking at Priest Rapids Dam dedication
June 2, 1962
11/1-2 1214-1244
 TELSTAR communications satellite
Magnuson appears in items 1229, 1231,1232, 1233, and 1235. Folder includes a list of names for each photo.
July 10, 1962
11/3 1245 August 1962
11/4 1246
With three other men at meat cutters union meeting
November 2, 1962

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
11/5 1247
National Defense Transportation Association Luncheon with American Telephone and Telegraph Company executives Paul Gorman and Lloyd Miller
Magnuson could not leave Washington to attend luncheon, so instead delivered speech by phone.
1963
11/6 1248
Pointing to graph with Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr. at U.S. Exports conference
1963
11/7 1249
Postal union representatives Mr. Roney and Mr. O'Connor
1963
11/8 1250-1252 1963
11/9 1253
Discussing cancer research with Drs. Kenneth Endicott and Shmuel Eidelman
1963
11/10 1254
Mrs. George Aubin and Girl Scouts Pilar Villareal and Pam Webb presenting 1963-1964 Girl Scouts Handbook to Magnuson
1963
11/11 1255
Discussing Goodyear Tire Company with John Forney Rudy of Goodyear
1963
11/12 1256
With summer intern Ann Gouland
1963
11/13 1257-1260
With Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and others at Merchant Marine presentation
1963
11/14 1261
With Edward Kennedy, W. Averill Harriman (Under Secretary, Department of State), and Benjamin A. Smith (head of delegation to International North Pacific Fisheries Commission Conference) at North Pacific Fisheries Conference
Herbert J. Meyle, Department of State (photographer)
1963
11/15 1262
With five men during Port of Tacoma visit
Jess Snyder, Tacoma, Washington (photographer)
1963
11/16 1263
Discussing Washington State savings and loan institutions with George Moore of Bellingham and Kingston Lister of Tacoma
1963
11/17 1264
With Gerald Grinstein (appointed to Chief Counsel of the Commerce Committee)
1963
11/18 1265
Susan McClellan (winner of U.S. Senate Youth Program competition from Renton) with Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson
1963
11/19 1266-1269 January 28, 1963
11/20 1270
With Henry M. Jackson and people from church group
March 1963
11/21 1271
Washington Delegation (Catherine May, Henry M. Jackson, Tom Pelly, Magnuson, Jack Westland, Thor Tollefson, Walt Horan, Julia Butler Hansen, Bill Stinson) on the Capitol Steps
April 1963
11/22 1272-1273 July 1, 1963
11/23 1274
With Hoyt Haddock at Four Freedoms House dedication for Magnuson Wing
August 16, 1963
11/23 1275-1276
With Jermaine Magnuson at Four Freedoms House dedication for Magnuson Wing
August 16, 1963
11/24 1277 September 1963
11/24 1278
With President John F. Kennedy and Henry M. Jackson
September 1963
11/24 1279
 Introducing President John F. Kennedy to crowd at Hanford
General Electric Photography Operation (photographer)
September 1963
11/24 1280-1288
 President John F. Kennedy speaking to crowd in Hanford
General Electric Photography OperationTri-City Herald (photographer)
September 1963
11/25 1289-1299 September 1963
11/26 1300
Swearing-in of President Lyndon B. Johnson with Lady Bird Johnson and Jacqueline Kennedy after President Kennedy's assassination
November 22, 1963
11/27 1301-1302
Magnuson, General Services Administration Administrator Bernard Boutin, Rosellini, Pacific Science Center Foundation President Edward E. Carlson, and Science Center Director Dixy Lee Ray signing Pacific Science Center lease renewal
John Valentine, Seattle (photographer)
November 27, 1963

Political Activities, 1964, 1964Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
11/28 1303
Discussing Alaska earthquake insurance and rehabilitation with Henry M. Jackson and others in Commerce Committee room
1964
11/29 1304 circa 1964
11/30 1305 1964
11/31 1306-1308 1964
11/32 1309 1964
11/33 1310
Meeting with Lutheran officials Dr. Engebert Midboe of National Lutheran Council and Dr. Kenneth Ahl of Missouri synod
1964
11/34 1311
Looking at submarine model with Jacques Piccard (oceanographer/deep sea explorer)
1964
11/35 1312
Looking at Puget Sound master chart with Rear Admiral Arnold Karo
1964
11/36 1313-1315
John Pastore presenting Senate Democratic Campaign Committee congratulatory plaque to Magnuson
1964
11/37 1316
Port representatives (Dorsey N. Martin, Tom Stockdale, David Peterson, Tom Black, Dick Ford, Herbert K. West, James Johnson, R.W. Gibson, L.W. Schorzman, Magnuson, Wilbur Elder) lobbying in support of Upper Columbia Navigation Study
1964
11/38 1317-1318
With others at U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee hearings on NASA funding
1964
11/39 1319
With Gordon Allott and other man looking at Federal buildings design during Appropriations Committee meeting
1964
11/40 1320
With Gordon Allott and other man, looking at charts on Federal Research and Development funding during Appropriations Committee meeting
1964
11/41 1321
With Gordon Allott and others, looking at Savings and Loan Association assets chart during Appropriations Committee meeting
1964
11/42 1322
With Gordon Allott, Willis Robertson, and Mike Monroney, looking at poster and Veterans Administration medical program at Appropriations Committee meeting
1964
11/43 1323
Looking at a timing device with Gordon Allot, Leverett Saltonstall, and Mike Monroney during Appropriations Committee meeting
1964
11/44 1324-1331
With John Stennis, Gordon Allott, and others at Appropriations Committee meeting
1964
11/45 1332-1334
Informal portraits of Jermaine Magnuson
circa 1964
12/1 1335
With Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer (nominated as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Affairs)
1964
12/2 1336
Confirmation of Collins as Director of Community Relations Services
1964
12/3 1337-1345 1964
12/4 1346a-h
President Lyndon B. Johnson campaigning in Seattle
Ted Spiegel Magazine and Advertising Photography, Seattle (photographer)
These eight contact sheets include President Lyndon B. Johnson, Magnuson, Henry M. Jackson, and Helen Jackson.
1964
12/5 1347
Signing of Canadian Electrical Line with President Lyndon B. Johnson, Canadian Prime Minister Pearson, and others at Canadian Embassy
Cecil W. Stoughton (photographer)
1964
12/6 1348-1349 circa 1964
12/7 1350
Meeting with President Lyndon B. Johnson, Julia Butler Hansen, and others
1964
12/8 1351 1964
12/9 1352
With President Lyndon B. Johnson and Mike Kirwan in Oval Office
1964
12/10 1353
Looking at Washington State map with other members of Washington delegation (Julia Butler Hansen, Henry M. Jackson, and State Representative Jack Burch)
1964
12/11 1354
With members of Wildlife group including C.R. Gutermuth
1964
12/12 1355
Being interviewed by Clayton Willis of World Radio News
1964
12/13 1356-1357
Discussing agricultural research with Henry M. Jackson, Under Secretary of Agriculture Charles Murphy, and Dr. B.T. Shaw, Agricultural Research Service Administrator
1964
12/14 1358
Presenting book to Dennis Potter,Voice of Democracy contest winner, while Veterans of Foreign Wars Commander Ted Little and others look on
1964
12/15 1359
With Japan Air Lines executives Shizuo Asada and Shizumo Matsuo, holding model of Boeing SST plane
1964
12/16 1360
Television broadcast with Senator Kenneth Keating
1964
12/17 1361
With Dale Armstrong (Magnuson's aide for inaugural activities), Armstrong's wife and son Jeffrey
1964
12/18 1362
At dinner party with Mike Mansfield and two women
1964
12/19 1363
Talking to woman at dinner party
City News Bureau, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1964
12/20 1364
With Barry Goldwater; Balloon from Magnuson's mouth reads, "You're kidding Barry...not again in '68!!"
1964
12/21 1365
Looking at memento from U.S.S. Enterprise with Chet Ramage
1964
12/22 1366
With Dr. and Mrs. James Robertson (from University of Washington Applied Physics lab)
1964
12/23 1367
With Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Snyder (Assistant Chief Clerk of Washington House of Representatives)
1964
12/24 1368
Vice President Hubert Humphrey
Written on photo: Herbert H. Humphrey; Folder also includes signed letter from Humphrey.
1964
12/25 1369
Fink Family Bell Ringers perform in Senate Office Building
1964
12/26 1370-1373
 Supersonic transport competition designs
Federal Aviation Agency (photographer)
1964
12/27 1374-1375
Speaking at luncheon
February 1964
12/28 1376
Meeting with Port of Seattle delegation
Includes a roster of names (not in order)
February 1964
12/29 1377-1378
Washington State educators Dr. Robert Porter of University of Washington and with Frank "Buster" Brouillet, Washington Education Association president
February 1964
12/30 1379
Interview with Norwegian newspaper editors
February 14, 1964
12/31 1380
With Henry M. Jackson, discussing U.S. General Services Administration budget proposal with Robert Griffin, General Services Administration Administrator
February 22, 1964
12/32 1381
Florence Hoff (wife of Irvin Hoff) posed with gavel
March 1964
12/33 1382-1383
With Bert Cole, Washington State Commissioner of Public Lands
March 10, 1964
12/34 1384-1390 March 11, 1964
12/35 1391-1396 March 12, 1964
12/36 1397 March 20, 1964
12/37 1398
With Cherry Blossom Princess Janie Tollefson
April 15, 1964
12/38 1399
With Senator Quentin Burdick
May 1964
12/39 1400
Having breakfast with Washington reps to 4-H National Convention (James Fricke, Susan Michelson, Raymond William, Jeanette Kathleen Perron)
May 1964
12/40 1401 May 1964
12/41 1402-1404
Receiving commendation from San Francisco World Trade Association
Baylens, San Francisco (photographer)
May 24, 1964
12/42 1405
 With President Lyndon B. Johnson aboard Air Force One
Cecil W. Stoughton (photographer)
May 29, 1964
12/43 1406-1407
With President Lyndon B. Johnson at Coast Guard Academy graduation, New London, Conn.
U.S. Coast Guard (photographer)
June 1964
12/44 1408-1411 June 1964
12/45 1412
With Robert C. Weaver of Housing and Home Finance Agency, discussing appropriations
June 1964
12/46 1413
Fish plaque presentation with Henry M. Jackson, George Johansen, and Wilson
June 1, 1964
12/47 1414-1423 June 24, 1964
12/48 1424-1427
With Henry M. Jackson, Robert C. Weaver, ? Davis, and Phillip Brownstein at Conference on Federal Housing Administration application processing
Fred Carter, Seattle (photographer)
July 1964
12/49 1428-1430 July 2, 1964
12/50 1431-1432
President Lyndon B. Johnson signing bill (possibly poverty bill) while Magnuson, Clair Engle, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Paul Douglas, Maurine Neuberger, George Smathers, and others look on
Cecil W. Stoughton (photographer)
July 9, 1964
12/51 1433
At dinner with Mike Mansfield, Henry M. Jackson, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Allen Ellender, Jacob Javits, Everett Jordan, George Smathers, Paul Douglas, and John Pastore
Written on photo: To Warren Magnuson with appreciation Mike Mansfield 7/22/64
July 22, 1964
12/52 1434
With John A. "Buck" Jenkins, Veterans of Foreign Wars commander-in-chief
Del Ankers Photographers (photographer)
August 1964
12/53 1435
Magnuson at microphone with Dr. Frank Stanton, CBS (?)
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
August 16, 1964
13/1 1436-1437 August 20, 1964
13/2 1438-1445
With John Pastore and others at Democratic Convention, Atlantic City
August 24, 1964
13/3 1446 September 4, 1964
13/4 1447-1448
Meeting with conference delegates during AEC-NASA-Tri-Cities Nuclear Conference
September 15, 1964
13/5 1449-1459 October 4, 1964
13/6 1460-1475
Magnuson wedding with Jermaine Magnuson and guests (including best man President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson, Bernard Bralowe, Bob Bartlett, Rev. Harris, Vidie Bartlett (Magnuson?))
Cecil W. Stoughton (photographer)
October 4, 1964
13/7 1476
Mr. and Mrs. Magnuson on train to Washington, D.C.; Jermaine holds her poodle, Colette
October 5, 1964
13/8 1477
With Tri-Cities business representatives Floyd Dominy, Sam Volpentest, Glenn Lee
December 1964

Political Activities, 1965, 1965Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
13/9 1478
Magnuson with another man on TV studio stage
circa 1965
13/10 1479
In Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey's office with Floyd Hicks, Brock Adams, Lloyd Meeds, Julia Butler Hansen, Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Tom Foley, and visiting teachers
1965
13/11 1480-1481
Washington Community Festival with Seattle Mayor J.D. Braman, Mrs. Luwella Henry, advisory board member, and J.W. "Bill" Johnson, acting director of Festival
1965
13/12 1482-1483
Confirmation of John T. Connor as Secretary of Commerce with Connor, Maurine Neuberger, Daniel Brewster, Pete Williams (?), John Pastore, Frank Lausche, Ross Bass, Clifford Case
January 13, 1965
13/13 1484
Jermaine Magnuson and President Lyndon B. Johnson
January 20, 1965
13/14 1485-1489
With Washington Cherry Blossom Princess Judith Carr
February 1965
13/15 1490-1491
Jermaine with Washington Cherry Blossom Princess Judith Carr
February 10, 1965
13/16 1492
With Dean Tunks (Law School) and Don Cole during University of Washington visit
James O. Sneddon, University of Washington Office of News Services (photographer)
March 1965
13/17 1493
With Henry M. Jackson, Lloyd Meeds, and Tom Foley, looking at map for North Cascades Highway appropriation
March 1965
13/18 1494
With intern Chris Eagan and Brock Adams
March 18, 1965
13/19 1495
With Henry M. Jackson and American Nurses' Association Committee on Legislation representatives Margaret Rossen, Delores Little, and Geraldine Fletcher
March 18, 1965
13/20 1496
Discussing routes for new Panama Canal with Brigadier General Harry Woodbury Jr. of Corps of Engineers and Miner H. Baker, Port of Seattle Commission president
March 18, 1965
13/21 1497-1498
Discussing finance controls for U.S. Export-Import Bank with Brock Adams, E.L. Bartlett, and Jerry Grinstein, Miner H. Baker, and J. Eldon Opheim of Port of Seattle/Commission
March 18, 1965
13/22 1499
With George Cheek and John T. Connor, examining model of Washington exhibit building for Tokyo trade fair
Folder includes letter and other materials from Cheek.
March 25, 1965
13/23 1500-1501
Visiting Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, with Floyd Hicks, Captain Ellis, and others
April 1965
13/24 1502-1503
Speaking at luncheon
Also shown with enlargement of Wall Street Journal article entitled "The Senate's Maggie."
April 1965
13/25 1504-1506
Looking at exhibits with members of Outdoor Recreational Congress, Wenatchee, Washington [Gen. Harry Woodbury (Corps of Engineers), Orlo Krauter (State Conservationist), and John Baker (Assistant Secretary of Agriculture)]
U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service (photographer)
April 1, 1965
13/26 1507 May 2, 1965
13/27 1508
 At Spokane Airport dedication with woman and man
Brown's Commercial Photography, Spokane, Washington (photographer)
May 8, 1965
13/28 1509-1512
At National Science Foundation citation presentation with F.P. Thieme and Philip Handler
May 23, 1965
13/29 1513-1514
With Quincy Port District commissioners (Johnson, L.T. Shorzman, Jerry Morse, and Attorney Bob Gibson) at Crescent Bar Recreation Area dedication, Crescent Bar, Washington
May 29, 1965
13/30 1515
With Jermaine Magnuson in lawn chairs during Seattle visit
Bob Peterson, Seattle (photographer)
June 1965
13/31 1516-1517
The Magnusons at Business and Professional Women's Convention with Dorothy Miller, Georgia Klindworth, Florence Martin, Leona Brady, and Vivian Oliver
June 20, 1965
13/32 1518-1524
With W. Newt Grabill (Seattle Federal Business Association president), John B. Kirsch (Seattle Federal Executive Board Chairman), CORE chairman Walter Hundley, Seattle Federal Executive Board program chairman Capt. D.H. Lyness, Seattle Urban League Associate Director Rex Jones, Neal Warren of IRS, Mark Getzendaner of Federal Bar Association, Seattle NAACP President June Smith, and others at Seattle Federal Executive Board Civil Rights luncheon-seminar
June 11, 1965
13/33 1525
At Consumer Credit Protection press conference with Esther Perteson
June 26, 1965
13/34 1526-1531
On phone with others during overseas communication exhibit
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
June 28, 1965
13/35 1532
With astronaut Edward White of Gemini IV at reception
July 1965
13/36 1533-1535
Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson posed with Shriners in hats during Shrine Convention
July 18, 1965
13/37 1536
Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson with Gerald Joshua and Douglas Earl, Boys' Nation delegates from Vancouver and Moses Lake respectively
July 19, 1965
13/38 1537-1538
Meeting with Washington-Oregon Fishing Wives delegation
At table with Senator E.L. Bartlett, Henry M. Jackson, Cong. Wendell Wyatt, and fisherman's wives Mrs. Peter Mosness, Mrs. Delores Hart, Mrs. Rea Green, Mrs. Mildred Malchow, Mrs. Mildred Lervold, Mrs. Iola Kelly, Mrs. Sally Smotherman, and Mrs. Jackie Priest.
July 22, 1965
13/39 1539-1541
With Gerald Grinstein, Stan Musial, Tom Foley at National Collegiate Athletic Association pre-hearing breakfast.
July 28, 1965
13/40 1542
Briefing summer interns on BEV 200 accelerator
August 4, 1965
13/41 1543-1544
With Virginia Brown, Willard Deason (Interstate Commerce Commission Commissioner), John Tower, and Ralph Yarborough at Confirmation of Virginia Brown as Interstate Commerce Commission chair
August 25, 1965
13/42 1545
With group of men
August 25, 1965
13/43 1546-1549
With choir from Eastern Washington State College
August 27, 1965
13/44 1550
With youth group roundtable (televised discussion?)
August 31, 1965
13/45 1551-1552
With other men, looking at budget for fiscal year 1966
September 30, 1965
13/46 1553
With men at University of Washington Fisheries Center
University of Washington Office of Information ServicesJohn A. Moore (photographer)
October 1965
13/47 1554 October 2, 1965
13/48 1555-1568
At reception in Commerce Committee room with Jermaine Magnuson, Norris Cotton, Ross Bass, Mike Monroney, Vance Hartke, Wilbur Mills, Roscoe "Torchy" Torrance, and other unidentified individuals
October 4, 1965
13/49 1569-1570
With March of Dimes poster child Lori Wagner
October 6, 1965
13/50 1571-1572
With Henry M. Jackson, Lloyd Meeds, and Makah Tribal Council representatives Bruce Wilkie, Quentin Markishtum, and Charles Peterson
October 12, 1965
13/51 1573
President Lyndon B. Johnson handing pen to Magnuson after signing bill
October 14, 1965
14/1 1574-1575
Henry M. Jackson and Magnuson presented with citations by Lee McCoy and Claude L. Callegary of Disabled American Veterans
October 15, 1965
14/2 1576-1578
With Henry M. Jackson, Tom Foley, Robert C. Byrd, and others at Communications Satellite Facilities groundbreaking, Brewster, Washington
November 16, 1965
14/3 1579
Meeting with local businessmen and officials of Grays Harbor: John Yearout (Grays Harbor Port Commission), Henry Soike (Industrial Manager, Port of Grays Harbor), Wes Benefiel (President, Pacific Protein), Walter Failor (Aberdeen mayor)
Jones Photo Co., Aberdeen, Washington (photographer)
November 18, 1965

Political Activities, 1966Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
14/4 1580-1587
With interns, including Jean Enerson
1966
14/5 1588
At dinner with President Lyndon B. Johnson, Everett Dirksen, John McClellan, Mike Mansfield, Carl Hayden, and Robert Byrd
1966
14/6 1589-1606 1966
14/7 1607
Discussing tire standards with John Earley, Washington State Director of National Tire Dealers and Retreaders Association
January 23, 1966
14/8 1608 January 26, 1966
14/9 1609
With Gerald Grinstein
February 3, 1966
14/10 1610
Looking at model of space capsule with Dr. James Killian, MIT Chairman
February 3, 1966
14/11 1611
With Mel Brolick of Trucking Business magazine
February 3, 1966
14/12 1612
With Cub Scout Michael H. Tragesev, presented with pin of honor of Boy Scout Week
February 7, 1966
14/13 1613-1615
Meeting in office with oceanographer Jacques Piccard
February 7, 1966
14/14 1616
Discussing Far East trade with Dr. H. Dewayne Kreager, William Woods, and George Thomas, representatives of Seattle Chamber of Commerce
February 8, 1966
14/15 1617
Discussing post-closure usage of Larson Air Force base with Ned Thomas, James Keef, Ed Stimpson, Dr. Verne Strickler, George Kelly, Harley Dirks, Lloyd Taylor, Dr. Sol Elson
February 8, 1966
14/16 1618
Gerald "Flash" Grinstein
Muto Studios, Washington, D.C (photographer)
February 10, 1966
14/17 1619
Meeting with men
February 10, 1966
14/18 1620
Looking at model of Boeing Supersonic Transport with A. Ludlow Kramer
February 23, 1966
14/19 1621
Shaking hands with man
February 23, 1966
14/20 1622
Discussing railroads with man, holding drawing showing transportation changes from stagecoach to modern train
February 24, 1966
14/21 1623-1625
Meeting with men in Commerce Committee room; one man wears Army chaplain's uniform
February 24, 1966
14/22 1626
Looking at model airplane with two men
March 4, 1966
14/23 1627-1630
Meeting in Commerce Committee room with Catherine May, Gerald Grinstein, Henry M. Jackson, Tom Pelly, Milton R. Young, Floyd Hicks, and Joseph P. Adams
March 6, 1966
14/24 1631-1633 March 9, 1966
14/25 1634
With man, looking at model submarine
March 26, 1966
14/26 1635
Looking at Commerce Committee hearing report
April 7, 1966
14/27 1636
Receiving award from Irving Frankel of American Society of Travel Agents
Reni Newsphoto Service (photographer)
April 15, 1966
14/28 1637 April 20, 1966
14/29 1638
With Henry M. Jackson and delegates at luncheon for National 4-H Conference
April 20, 1966
14/30 1639
On stage with Aberdeen Mayor Walt Failor for Commerce Committee hearings in Aberdeen, Washington
Dell Mulkey Photo, Aberdeen, Washington (photographer)
April 25, 1966
14/31 1640
With staff members Carl Downing, Gerald Grinstein, Harley Dirks, and Anne Sanders
Del Ankers Photographers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
May 1966
14/32 1641 May 4, 1966
14/33 1642-1644
With Tom Pelly, Leverett Saltonstall, Hiram L. Fong, and Gerald Grinstein at Independent Offices Subcommittee hearings
May 17, 1966, circa June 7, 1967
14/34 1645 May 24, 1966
14/35 1646
Looking at map with group of men, including Thomas Kuchel, Marvin Purvis, E.L. Bartlett (?), Henry M. Jackson
May 24, 1966
14/36 1647 May 26, 1966
14/37 1648 June 3, 1966
14/38 1649
With Henry M. Jackson and Presidential Scholars Randall Smith and Carolyn Toly
June 7, 1966
14/39 1650 June 10, 1966
14/40 1651-1652 June 14, 1966
14/41 1653
Commerce Committee discussion with E.L. Bartlett and Gerald Grinstein
July 14, 1966
14/42 1654
With Henry M. Jackson and others
July 26, 1966
14/43 1655
With Henry M. Jackson and American Legion Boys' Nation delegates Steve Gall and Michael Beyer
July 27, 1966
14/44 1656a
Meeting with interns
July 28, 1966
14/44 1656b
Magnuson with Henry M. Jackson, Floyd Hicks, and another man holding block of aluminum that has "Kaiser" stamped on it
August 3, 1966
14/45 1657
At Commerce Committee hearing with E.L. Bartlett, Brock Adams, and Gerald Grinstein
August 4, 1966
14/46 1658-1659
With man and woman at plaque presentation
August 30, 1966
14/47 1660
With man, holding Leif Erikson Day luncheon program
October 6, 1966
14/48 1661
Speaking at podium during Grant County Airport dedication, Moses Lake, Washington
October 8, 1966
14/49 1662-1664 October 9, 1966
14/50 1665
President Lyndon B. Johnson hands Magnuson pen after signing bill as Mike Mansfield, Hubert Horatio Humphrey, John McCormack, and others look on
October 15, 1966
14/51 1666-1667 November 6, 1966

Political Activities, 1967Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
14/52 1668
Receiving American Cancer Society citation with Lawrence Welk, Travis T. Wallace, and other man
1967
14/53 1669
Speaking at Elks Lodge, Chehalis, Washington
Evernden Studio, Chehalis, Washington (photographer)
1967
14/54 1670-1671
In academic robes, with University of Puget Sound president Thompson, William Ritchey, Roe Shaub, and Edward La Chapelle at University of Puget Sound graduation ceremony, Tacoma, Washington
Richards Studio, Tacoma, Washington (photographer)
1967
14/55 1672
Meeting in Commerce Committee office with Vance Hartke, Norris Cotton, Thruston Morton, and Frank Lausche
1967
14/56 1673
 With Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey
General Services Administration (photographer)
1967
14/57 1674
Meeting with Seattle businessmen Dan Garber, Scotty Washburn, and Chuck Shlosser
circa 1967
14/58 1675-1676
With Herb West of Inland Empire Waterways Association and Gerald Grinstein
1967
14/59 1677
With Jermaine and General Services Administration assistant administrator Bob Griffin at General Services Administration reception, Tri-Cities, Washington
1967
14/60 1678-1680
In Commerce Committee hearing room with young man, Tom Foley, and older man
1967
14/61 1681
With Brock Adams and Asian man, holding large scroll with Chinese characters
1967
14/62 1682
Two men presenting medal to Magnuson
1967
14/63 1683-1684
With Colonel Rockwood and others at ROA (Reserve Officers Association?) Mid-Winter conference
Alice K. Plaisted (photographer)
1967
14/64 1685
Meeting with Yakama Indian tribe representative James Hovis
1967
14/65 1686-1687
Jermaine Magnuson christening ship M.V. Kaleetan
National Steel and Shipbuilding Co (photographer)
circa 1967
15/1 1688-1691
Ceremony in governor's office with Joe Hamel, Senator Lowell Peterson, Dan Evans, Representative Duane Berentson, Speaker of House Don Eldridge, Bennet Gale, Bert Cole, and Dr. Richard H. for an event to designate Mima Mounds as Registered National Landmark by National Parks Service, Olympia, Washington
1967
15/2 1692 1967
15/3 1693
With Henry M. Jackson and Hearst Youth Program delegates Frank Raines and Starr Tavenner of Seattle
January 24, 1967
15/4 1694-1695
At presentation of President's Certificate for Export Service to National Bank of Washington with Henry M. Jackson, Floyd Hicks, Secretary of Commerce Alexander Trowbridge, Chase, and Mrs. Chase
February 1967
15/5 1696
With William Tucker and other man in office
February 2, 1967
15/6 1697
With William Tucker of Interstate Commerce Commission and Francis Pearson of Washington Utility and Transportation Committee -- Magnuson Act Cooperative Agreement signing
February 2, 1967
15/7 1698
With Hoyt Haddock
February 2, 1967
15/8 1699
With Mark Hutcheson, an honor student at University of Washington Law School appointed to one-year term on professional staff of Commerce Committee
John A. Moore, University of Washington Office of Information Services (photographer)
February 10, 1967
15/9 1700
Discussing supersonic transport with Lee Haworth, on airplane
Item is a color transparency.
February 12, 1967
15/10 1701-1702
With Sally Ryne and Henry M. Jackson
February 17, 1967
15/11 1703-1707
Henry M. Jackson and Magnuson
February 21, 1967
15/12 1708-1709
In Tri-Cities, Washington, with Jermaine Magnuson, Sam Volpentest, Glenn Lee, others unidentified. Douglas Laboratories dedication and Tri-City Herald
Folder includes letter from Glenn C. Lee to Magnuson.
March 1967
15/13 1710
With Henry M. Jackson and members of Washington Wheat Commission
March 2, 1967
15/14 1711-1712
Agriculture Secretary Orville Freeman signing Soil conservation agreements with Henry M. Jackson and Magnuson as Lloyd Meeds and D.A. Williams look on
March 3, 1967
15/15 1713-1721
 With Edmund Muskie and others at demonstration of Mars II electric car
Consolidated News PicturesMorton Broffman (photographer)
March 11, 1967
15/16 1722
Visiting with Herbert G. West, Herbert K. West, George Gaukroger, and William Schmidtman of Waterways Association
April 5, 1965
15/17 1723-1725
With Henry M. Jackson and a group of others at luncheon meeting
April 26, 1967
15/18 1726-1731
With Ross Bass, E.L. Bartlett, Howard Cannon, and Maritime Poster contest winner Anthony Garcia
Maritime Administration (photographer)
May 2, 1967
15/19 1732-1733
On Capitol Steps during public works hearings with Henry Soike, Walt Failor (Aberdeen mayor), Commissioner and Mrs. Leighton Powell
Maritime Administration (photographer)
May 2, 1967
15/20 1734-1735
Meeting with Washington delegates of United Federation of Postal Clerks (May Farrar, Ruth Ella Cadman, Mangum Fox, Edward Beldin, Albert Farrar, Willis Cadman, and Robert F. Wyatt) regarding salaries
May 16, 1967
15/21 1736
Receiving Private Carrier Conference plaque from W. Earl Givens, Private Carrier Conference Chairman of the Board
May 16, 1967
15/22 1737-1740
Magnuson presents American Legion Annual Maritime Award (Robert L. Hague American Legion Merchant Marine Trophy) to Donald Holden, President/Chairman of the Board of Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Corp
Consolidated News Pictures (photographer)
May 12, 1967
15/23 1741
Presentation of President's "E" Certificate for Export Service to Washington State International Trade Fair official William Woods as Henry M. Jackson, Magnuson, Secretary of Commerce Trowbridge look on
May 23, 1967
15/24 1742-1743
Magnuson, Jermaine, Goodwill employee Edna Pederson, and Floyd V. Hicks at Goodwill Industries dedication, Tacoma, Washington
May 29, 1967
15/25 1744
At confirmation hearing for Secretary of Commerce Trowbridge
June 6, 1967
15/26 1745
With Gordon Allott and Leland Haworth (Director of National Science Foundation) at U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee Independent Offices Subcommittee hearing
June 6, 1967
15/27 1746-1747
With Charles West, looking at petitions from aeromechanics union to increase individual income tax exemptions
June 15, 1967
15/28 1748-1750
With Henry M. Jackson, meeting with Western Washington high school students before they leave for Europe on People-to-People program
June 19, 1967
15/29 1751
Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson welcome representatives of Puget Sound Naval Base Association
June 19, 1967
15/30 1752
With Washington State's YMCA Youth Governor Andrew Bohrnsen
June 26, 1967
15/31 1753-1754
Henry M. Jackson, Magnuson, and Lloyd Meeds receive plaques from Don Rider for support of Everett's annual air show
June 27, 1967
15/32 1755 July 14, 1967
15/33 1756
With interns in office
August 26, 1967
15/34 1757
With Captain Peterson of Washington, D.C. Senators and Steve Whitaker and Mel Stottlemyre of the Yankees
August 25, 1967
15/35 1758-1759
Speaking at Fish Exposition
October 1967
15/36 1760-1761
Discussing oceanographic research with Rear Admiral Norman Taylor, set to become director of the Pacific Marine Center
October 6, 1967
15/37 1762
With Ronald Huntington, a lawyer from Kelson admitted to U.S. Supreme Court practice
October 10, 1967
15/38 1763
Wheat associations presentation of photograph by Washington Association of Wheat Growers and Washington Wheat Commission
October 10, 1967
15/39 1764
Looking at new plywood paneling on walls with George Cheek, Public Relations manager of American Plywood Association
December 1967
15/40 1765
With another man
December 7, 1967

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
15/41 1766-1767
Looking at car safety standards exhibit with Alan Boyd
1968
15/42 1768-1769
With Avery Garrett and Henry M. Jackson in Commerce Committee hearing room
Del Ankers Photographers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1968
15/43 1770-1771
Duayne Trecker television interview with Henry M. Jackson and Lloyd Meeds
1968
15/44 1772
Duayne Trecker television interview with young African-American men
1968
15/45 1773
Duayne Trecker and Lloyd Meeds
1968
15/46 1774
Duayne Trecker
1968
15/47 1775 March 8, 1968
15/48 1776
With others at breakfast meeting
February 12, 1968
15/49 1777
With Henry M. Jackson, Floyd Hicks, and Bremerton civic leader Wil Farsje, looking at approved design for Pacific Northwest Marine Health Sciences Laboratory in Manchester, Washington
February 14, 1968
15/50 1778
With Dr. Dixy Lee Ray at opening of federal science exhibit The Vision of Man at Pacific Science Center
February 15, 1968
15/51 1779
With Bruce Cowan and Herbert K. West of Inland Empire Waterways Association delegation
March 5, 1968
15/52 1780
With older man at Commerce Committee hearing
Merkle Press Inc (photographer)
March 12, 1968
16/1 1781
Inland Empire Waterway Association testimonial banquet with Henry M. Jackson, Herbert G. West, Mrs. West, Bruce Cowan
April 1968
16/2 1782-1783
With Harley O. Staggers, Chairman of the Board William L. Fayle, and Paul J. Tierney at Private Carrier Conference chairmen's luncheon
April 27, 1968
16/3 1784
Looking at map with U.S. Fisheries Commissioner Clarence Pautzke
May 1968
16/4 1785
With Bruce Burton
May 28, 1968
16/5 1786
With George Holefield, who worked for Magnuson while pursuing law degree from American University
May 28, 1968
16/6 1787
Holding Presidential citation certificate for agricultural efforts
May 28, 1968
16/7 1788-1792
Touring Reconstructive Cardiovascular Research Lab at Providence Hospital with Dr. Lester R. Sauvage and others
June 1968
16/8 1793-1794 July 1968
16/9 1795 July 17, 1968
16/10 1796-1798
With Robert T. Murphy and others at Maritime reception
Fred M. Hublitz Advertising Photography, Alexandria, Virginia (photographer)
July 17, 1968
16/11 1799-1804
Magnuson and Jermaine at christening of U.S.S. Indian Mail
Cohon Nixon (photographer)
July 27, 1968
16/12 1805-1809
With staff members, including Alma Hosteteller, A. Dan O'Neill, and John Butz
August 1, 1968
16/13 1810
Meeting with Lyle Burt and Bill Prochnow
August 2, 1968
16/14 1811
With Secretary of Commerce C.R. Smith, holding U.S. Travel Service brochure
U.S. Dept. of Commerce (photographer)
August 5, 1968
16/15 1812-1816
Touring Columbia Basin Project (excavation, siphon headworks, and spillway) with Henry Taschereau, C.K. Jolly, Roy Mundy, William E. Rowlings, and Robert Ludolph
August 10, 1968
16/16 1817-1818 September 1968
16/17 1819-1820 September 1968
16/18 1821 September 19, 1968
16/19 1822
With students in a lab
September 19, 1968
16/20 1823
With men, discussing need for Second Bacon Siphon for Columbia Basin delegation
September 24, 1968
16/21 1824 November 1968

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
16/22 1825-1826
Meeting with U.S. Naval Academy Board of Visitors, including Rear Admiral J.F. Calvert (Superintendent of Naval Academy) and John Hubbard Chaffee (Secretary of the Navy)
1969
16/23 1827-1828
With Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans and Norris Cotton
U.S. Dept. of Commerce (photographer)
March 19, 1969
16/24 1829-1830
At Washington State Society dinner with Jermaine Magnuson, Henry M. Jackson, Marley Dirks, and LaVonne Dirks
Alice K. Plaisted (photographer)
April 27, 1969
16/25 1831 May 2, 1969
16/26 1832
With Duayne Trecker
May 21, 1969
16/27 1833-1835 September 9 and 15, 1969
16/28 1836
Robert Lupson presentation of petition to Magnuson from Kinatechitapi Indian Council
October 14, 1969
16/29 1837
With Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Secretary Roger Egeberg at Labor Appropriations Subcommittee hearing
October 15, 1969
16/30 1838
With Stan Barer
November 12, 1969
16/31 1839-1840
Posing by ice sculpture during reception for "showing" of S.S. Manhattan with W.P. Hobby Jr. (son of KPRC owner, president and executive editor of Houston Post Co.), Ed Huffcut (executive assistant to Administrator of Federal Maritime Commission?), Robert Blackwell (Deputy Maritime Administrator), Jack Harris (manager, KPRC)
November 14, 1969
16/32 1841 November 17, 1969
16/33 1842
With Allen Ellender, Edward Kennedy, Mike Mansfield, Richard Russell, and Robert Byrd at Democratic Policy Committee
December 22, 1969
16/34 1843
Magnuson and Jermaine with President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird; John McCormack also appears
late 1960s-early 1970s

Political Activities, 1970s, 1970sReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
16/35 1844-1848 1970s
16/36 1849-1851
With others at dedication at construction site
1970s
16/37 1852-1854
In front of hospital with others including Sam Smith
Dudley, Hardin and Yang, Inc., Seattle (photographer)
1970s
16/38 1855
With John Komen, being interviewed on television
1970s
16/39 1856
Magnuson at helm of ship
1970s
16/40 1857 circa 1970s
16/41 1858 1970s
16/42 1859
With Frederick Baker (?) and William Colihan, advertising executives
Chase Ltd. Photo (photographer)
circa 1970s
16/43 1860-1861 1970s
16/44 1862
With Tom Foley, Albert Kondy, Paul Kondy
1970s
16/45 1863
With Dr. Chandler and Dr. Page
1970s
16/46 1864
With Dr. Terrell and Dr. Clotius
1970s
16/47 1865-1866
Floyd Hicks
Fabian Bachrach (photographer)
1970s
16/48 1867-1886
With Mike Mansfield and others in committee meetings, etc.
Bob Peterson Photographer, Seattle (photographer)
All items are contact sheets.
early 1970s
16/49 1887
Committee hearing
early 1970s
16/50 1888
Receiving apples from constituents
early 1970s
16/51 1889-1892
Committee meeting with Lloyd Meeds and Norris Cotton
early 1970s
16/52 1893
With constituents, blowing out birthday candles
early 1970s
16/53 1894
 With young girl on Garfield High School visit
Joseph W. Marshall, Seattle (photographer)
early 1970s
16/54 1895 early 1970s
17/1 1896 early 1970s
17/2 1897
Warren and Jermaine Magnuson with Norris and Ruth Cotton
Written on photo: Affectionate regards to a great Senator and his better half from Ruth and Morris Cotton.
early 1970s
17/3 1898
Feather Reid (Warren Featherstone Reid) and Stacia Snapp
early 1970s
17/4 1899-1900
Warren and Jermaine Magnuson with Bill and Fran Muncey
early 1970s
17/5 1901 late 1970s
17/6 1902
With unidentified couple
late 1970s
17/7 1903 1978

Political Activities, 1970Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
17/8 1904-1905
With Henry M. Jackson meeting with Puget Sound Naval Base Association representatives including Cliff Davis
February 5, 1970
17/9 1906
With Henry M. Jackson and Erwin Eisenberg of University of Washington's Philadelphia string quartet
February 26, 1970
17/10 1907-1908 Spring 1970
17/11 1909
Confirmation of Chester R. Bender as Coast Guard Commandant
U.S. Coast Guard (photographer)
April 22, 1970
17/12 1910-1912
Presenting diplomas to Rodney P. Moreland, Cheryl B. Woodard, and Leonard P. McComb at Gallaudet College graduation
May 18, 1970
17/13 1913
With Richard Sarp and Johnnie T. Dennis of Walla Walla, Washington, National Teacher of the Year
May 19, 1970
17/14 1914
Participating in televised Gallaudet University panel discussion
June 1970
17/15 1915 July 15, 1970
17/16 1916
With Henry M. Jackson and members of the Washington State Health Facilities Association
July 15, 1970
17/17 1917
With August Mardesich, State Senator from Everett
August 1970
17/18 1918-1920
With Henry M. Jackson and others at Federal Power Commission breakfast
August 31, 1970
17/19 1921-1923
With Joseph Adams and Robert Timm after Timm's confirmation as Civil Aeronautics Board member
December 16, 1970

Political Activities, 1971, 1971Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
17/20 1924-1925
With John and Lucille Deines
Capitol and Glogau, Washington, D.C (photographer)
Written on item 1924: To Hal best regards Warren Magnuson
Spring 1971
17/21 1926-1931
Visit to State Capitol, Olympia, Washington, with John Cherberg, Bob Greve, Vic Meyers, Bob Baily, Jimmy Keefe, and Dewey Donahue
April 1971
17/22 1932-1933
At E.L. Bartlett statue dedication Mrs. Bartlett, Nick Begich, Mike Gravel, and Theodore Stevens
April 27, 1971
17/23 1934
With Washington state private college representatives Lloyd Meeds, Edith Green, Floyd Hicks, Tom Foley, Mike McCormack, and others
October 6, 1971
17/24 1935 November 8, 1971
17/25 1936
With Henry M. Jackson and Grays Harbor Port Commission representatives John Early and Henry Soike
November 17, 1971
17/26 1937
With March of Dimes poster child Carmen Donesa
March of Dimes (photographer)
December 1971
17/27 1938
With Dr. John Schoff Millis, looking at his new book on medical education
December 1971
17/28 1939-1940 December 6, 1971

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
17/29 1941-1942 1972
17/30 1943
With Tacoma Mayor Gordon M. Johnston
March 1972
17/31 1944-1945
With Robert Byrd, Norris Cotton, and others at Department of Health, Education, and Welfare hearings
March 7, 1972
17/32 1946
Discussing plans for Spokane's Expo '74 with J. William Nelson
U.S. Dept. of Commerce (photographer)
March 15, 1972
17/33 1947-1951
Receiving honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Gallaudet
May 22, 1972
17/34 1952-1953 July 1972
17/35 1954
Sallie Foreman speaking; Magnuson is standing behind speaker
Mattox Commercial Photography, Alexandria, Virginia (photographer)
September 1972
17/36 1955
Grand Coulee Dam third power plant under construction
Bob Isom, U.S. Department of the Interior (photographer)
October 17, 1972
17/37 1956 October 24, 1972
17/38 1957-1958
 With Henry M. Jackson and Tom Foley at Democratic fundraiser
Written on item 1958: "Senator, you gotta keep away those people who scratch at ya."
October 29, 1972
17/39 1959 December 12, 1972

Political Activities, 1973Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
17/40 1960
Magnuson presented with souvenir of the Grand Coulee Dam area by local children
Left to right: Lori Fountain, David Wright, Laurel Green, Kelly Price, Debbie Green, and Archie Price of the local Hospital Association.
Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior (photographer)
May 26, 1973
17/41 1961
With Barbara Franklin, Dick Simpson, Constance Newman, and Larry Kushner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission
1973
17/42 1962-1970
With others in committee meetings
1973
17/43 1971
With Jeanette Rockefeller
January 24, 1973
17/44 1972-1973
Receiving National Association of Public and Continuing Adult Education award of merit from Frank Brouillet
February 21, 1973
17/45 1974
At Democratic Governors Conference
February 27, 1973
17/46 1975
With Jack Schaffer of Federal Aviation Administration
February 28, 1973
17/47 1976-1977
With Henry M. Jackson at the confirmation of Dan O'Neal to Interstate Commerce Commission
March 1973
17/48 1978-1979 March 7, 1973
17/49 1980
With Secretary of Commerce Harry Dent
U.S. Department of Commerce (photographer)
March 15, 1973
17/50 1981 May 24, 1973
17/51 1982
With Richard Ney, Cherie Anderson, and others at medal presentation
April 1973
17/52 1983 April 1973
17/53 1984-1987 May 1, 1973
17/54 1988a,b
Inspecting construction at third power plant, Grand Coulee Dam
Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior (photographer)
May 1973
17/54 1988c
Water Conservation Delegation from China in front of Bureau of Reclamation office at Grand Coulee Dam
Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior (photographer)
May 1973
17/54 1989a
Magnuson inspecting construction at third power plant, Grand Coulee Dam
Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior (photographer)
May 1973
17/54 1989b
Presentation of check from the Bureau of Reclamation to Coulee Community Hospital
Left to right: Howard L. Fink, Ronald Hunter, Margaret Hanson, Roger Zumwalt.
Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior (photographer)
May 1973
17/55 1990
With Joel Pritchard, Mort Frayn, and John Hogness, receiving University of Washington crew plaques for fundraising efforts
June 5, 1973
17/56 1991
With Frank B. Brouillet, Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction
July 1973
17/57 1992-1998 July 1973
17/58 1999
Mrs. David Bruce and Mrs. Sparkman at an airport during a trip to China
July 1973
17/59 2000-2002 July 2-16, 1973
17/60 2003-2014 July 2-16, 1973
17/61 2015
China trip: Jermaine Magnuson and Chou En Lai
July 2-16, 1973
18/1 2016-2017
With Jermaine Magnuson, Chou En Lai, and other man during China trip
Also includes copy of "Jermaine's China Diary."
July 2-16, 1973
18/2 2018-2030
 With Jermaine Magnuson, visiting Red Star commune and Wushi schoolhouse during trip to China
Includes a reproduction of article by William Randolph Hearst, Jr.
July 2-16, 1973
18/3 2031-2034 July 2-16, 1973
18/4 2035-2037 August 1973
18/5 2038-2039
With Larry Mount, giving speech at furniture store, Bellingham, Washington
Russ Clift Studio, Bellingham, Washington (photographer)
August 1973
18/6 2040-2041
Meeting with state college presidents James E. Brooks, Tom Foley, Lloyd Meeds, and Charles Flora
Includes letter from James Brooks.
October 1973
18/7 2042-2044
Meeting with Peter Mansfield and Michael Debakey at Providence Hospital Cardiovascular Research Center
October 18, 1973
18/8 2045-2053
With Jermaine Magnuson, Mary Lasker, King County Executive John Spellman, and Norris Cotton; receiving Albert D. Lasker Public Service in Health Award
October 18, 1973
18/9 2054
Discussing private college finances with Washington State Senator Gordon Herr
October 26, 1973

Political Activities, 1974Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
18/10 2055
Planting Douglas fir tree on Capitol grounds with woman and three men
1974
18/11 2056-2067
 Visiting U.S. Pavilion at Expo '74 with Jermaine and others
Photographic Arts, Inc., Spokane, Washington (photographer)
1974
18/12 2068-2069
Magnuson presenting award to Julia Butler
Joel Pritchard also appears.
1974
18/13 2070
Informal portraits of Norm Dicks
circa 1974
18/14 2071
Norm Dicks and office staff
1974
18/15 2072
At museum trying on buffalo horns and Indian headdress
Barton L. Attebery, Seattle (photographer)
1974
18/16 2073-2074
Presenting certificates to Hearst Foundation's Senate Youth Program Scholarship winners Helen Diggs and Tom Ladner
February 6, 1974
18/17 2075-2077 February 27, 1974
18/18 2078
With Sam Volpentest
March 21, 1974
18/19 2079
Discussing higher education with Dr. John G. Kemerny, president of Dartmouth College
April 21, 1974
18/20 2080
Magnuson and Jermaine aboard presidential yacht Sequoia with man (either Peter J. Brennan or Jim Hughes)
June 13, 1974
18/21 2081 June 14, 1974
18/22 2082
With Washington congressional delegation (Brock Adams, Tom Foley, Frank Brouillet, Joel Pritchard) and Frank Brouillet, state superintendent of public instruction
National Education Association (photographer)
July 1974
18/23 2083
Speaking at Sea-Tac Airport 25th anniversary luncheon
July 9, 1974
18/24 2084
Receiving Interagency Council on Smoking and Health award from Dr. Luther Terry
Wally Foxal (photographer)
September 1974
18/25 2085-2086 September 1974
18/26 2087-2088
Receiving honorary membership in Propeller Club of America
October 1, 1974
18/27 2089-2090
Warren and Jermaine Magnuson with others at United Nations Association of USA dinner
Includes letter from T.A. Wilson.
October 25, 1974
18/28 2091
Signing transfer of Pacific Science Center from federal government with Dixy Lee Ray
October 26, 1974
18/29 2092
Receiving citation of merit from National Multiple Sclerosis Society
November 1974
18/30 2093-2096
With Joel Pritchard, Gail Patrick, and others at Inauguration of University of Washington Diabetes Research Center
December 1974
18/31 2097
Speaking and gesturing with Tom Foley
Barton L. Attebery, Seattle (photographer)
1974

Political Activities, 1975Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
18/32 2098-2099 1975
18/33 2100-2110
Receiving Admiral of the Ocean Seas Award, New York, New York
Flying Camera Inc., New York, New York (photographer)
1975
18/34 2111-2118
Receiving Admiral of the Ocean Seas Award, New York, New York, with Merle Adlum and others
Flying Camera Inc., New York, New York (photographer)
1975
18/35 2119
With visitors C. White, Steve Robbins, ? Reigner, and Warren F. Reid
1975
18/36 2120
Shaking hands with Vannevar Bush at National Science Foundation 25th anniversary dinner
1975
18/37 2121
With Excalibur award
January 17, 1975
18/38 2122
KITN radio interview with Don Whitman
January 24, 1975
18/39 2123
With visiting Washington State educators
January 28, 1975
18/40 2124-2125
Discussing I-90 with John Biggs, Daniel J. Evans, Paul O'Neil in Commerce Committee room
February 20, 1975
18/41 2126
At luncheon in Committee room with Wes Uhlman, Magnuson, ? Coleman, Gordon Walgren, Frank Herringer, Joel Pritchard, Robert Perry, John Barnum, Norbert Tieman, and John Spellman
February 20, 1975
18/42 2127 February 25, 1975
18/43 2128-2129
With Mort Frayn and Dr. Robert L. Flennaugh, president of University of Washington Board of Regents
April 21, 1975
18/44 2130-2131
With Jermaine Magnuson, Multiple Sclerosis Mother and Father of the Year (Mrs. Merrill Smith and Robert Flader), President Gerald Ford, Mrs. Russell Long, Mrs. Roman Hruska, and Tom Foley
May 1975
18/45 2132-2135
Grand Coulee Dam during first full day of spill
Bob Isom, Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of the Interior (photographer)
June 11, 1975
18/46 2136
At Tektronix equipment demonstration with Bud Shinpoch, Len Sawyer, and John Bagnariol
June 17, 1975
18/47 2137
With Robert Perry
July 24, 1975
18/48 2138-2140 Sept. 4, 1975
18/49 2141
With Frank Brouillet and Bill Daley
October 1, 1975
18/50 2142
With Tom Coade
October 28, 1975

Political Activities, 1976Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
18/51 2143-2148 1976
26/14 2149
Jermaine Magnuson, Suzanne Dicks, and Mary Meeds (?)
1976?
19/1 2150-2152
With Joseph P. Adams and others at airline luncheon
Ankers Capitol Photographers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1976
19/2 2153 April 2, 1976
19/3 2154 1976
19/4 2155-2164
With college presidents
Cheryl Doten, University of Puget Sound Office of Public Information (photographer)
April 16, 1976
19/5 2165
With Joel Pritchard
May 4, 1976
19/6 2166
Looking at Indian headdress in Magnuson's office with Jim Hovis
June 3, 1976
19/7 2167 June 24, 1976
19/8 2168
Warren and Jermaine Magnuson, Henry M. Jackson, and Helen casting ballots for apple blossom at Bicentennial Flower Election
Camera 1 (photographer)
July 1, 1976
19/9 2169
Receiving National Bicentennial medal from John Warner
July 16, 1976
19/10 2170-2171
Receiving golden spike from Dr. Clayton Janecky, Captain of M.S. Explorer
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
July 29, 1976
19/11 2172-2173
On Capitol Steps with Seattle Boys' choir performance
September 14, 1976
19/12 2174
With Norwegian officials at Blair House
VG-foto, Oslo, Norway (photographer)
October 10, 1976
19/13 2175 November 1, 1976
19/14 2176-2178 November 19, 1976
19/15 2179-2187
With Dick Klinge and others at Harborview Medical Center luncheon honoring Magnuson
December 1976

Political Activities, 1977Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
19/16 2188-2189
 Receiving Corporation for Public Broadcasting award
Ankers Capitol Photographers (photographer)
1977
19/17 2190-2193
In office with staffers
July 28, 1977
19/18 2194-2195
Speaking to Close Up students
circa 1977
19/19 2196-2211 January 7 and 13, 1977
19/20 2212-2225
Brock Adams confirmation hearings as Transportation Secretary
January 7 and 13, 1977
19/21 2226-2227
With Juanita Kreps, Robert Morgan, Jesse Helms, and Daniel P. Moynihan at Juanita Kreps confirmation hearings as Secretary of Commerce
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
January 10, 1977
19/22 2228-2233
With James P. Walsh, Theodore Stevens, and Harrison Schmitt at Senate Commerce Committee hearings on oil tanker safety
January 11 and March 18, 1977
19/23 2234-2239
Richard Perle, students Joanne Swiecki, Pam Edwards, Kelly Williams, Barbara Purcell, and Cameron Hood at Presidential Classroom for Young Americans
March 3, 1977
19/24 2240-2242
With Feather Reid and page Keith Macey
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
March 3, 1977
19/25 2243-2245
Bill Dailey presents awards to Magnuson and Lloyd Meeds from Association for Children with Learning Disabilities
March 11, 1977
19/26 2246-2254
National Consumers League Trumpeter Award dinner with Esther Peterson, Jermaine, Mary Gardiner Jones, Joe Glazner (Glazer?), Sandra Willett, Jacob Clayman, Evelyn Dubrow, Robert R. Nathan, and Edith Sloan
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
March 30, 1977
19/27 2255-2270
With Jermaine Magnuson, Mike McCormick, and others, receiving Percy Bugbie Award of the National Fire Protection Association at the Corcoran Gallery
May 18, 1977
19/28 2271-2282 May 29, 1977
19/29 2283-2292
Warren G. Magnuson Park dedication
U.S. Navy (photographer)
May 29, 1977
19/30 2293 June 20, 1977
19/31 2294-2295 July 14, 1977
19/32 2296-2297
With Joel Pritchard and other man
July 26, 1977
19/33 2298
Artist's conception of Magnuson Park at Sand Point (aerial view)
August 11, 1977

Political Activities, 1978Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
19/34 2299 1978
19/35 2300-2302
Shelby McLaughlin, Leigh Lani Brown, and other staff
1978
19/36 2303-2304
 With President Jimmy Carter
White House photograph (photographer)
January 24, 1978
19/37 2305
Presenting Spokane mayor Ron Bair with flag
January 27, 1978
19/38 2306
Press conference on land use in King County with Henry M. Jackson, John Spellman, and Bernice Stern
March 1978
19/39 2307-2308
With Abraham Ribicoff and others at Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 25th Anniversary celebration
June 19, 1978
19/40 2309
With Henry Parten and Luttrell Parker
May 16, 1978
19/41 2310-2312 1979
19/42 2313-2314
Meeting with Henry M. Jackson, Governor Dixy Lee Ray, and Tom Foley on water issues, Spokane, Washington
July 21, 1978
19/43 2315 August 17, 1978
20/1 2316
With Menachem Begin (Israeli politician)
September 19, 1978
20/2 2317-2347
With Jermaine Magnuson and others at Black Caucus reception
October 1978
20/3 2348-2376
University of Washington Reception and football game with Henry M. Jackson, Don Bonker, Carolyn Bonker, Norm Dicks, Suzanne Dicks, Lloyd Meeds, and Feather Reed
Reception followed dedication of Magnuson Health Sciences Center; marching band spelled out "MAGGIE" at halftime in UW/Arizona game.
November 4, 1978

Political Activities, 1979Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
20/4 2377-2382
Potlatch: Washington State Society Dinner with Feather Reid, Henry M. Jackson, Joel Pritchard, Lloyd Meeds, and Norm Dicks
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
1979
20/5 2383-2384
Signing "first bill" as President Pro Tempore of Senate
circa 1979
20/6 2385-2389
Washington State Cherry Blossom Princess Jennifer Yih with parents Dr. and Mrs. Dachin Yih, Margaret McCormack, Jermaine, and Carolyn Bonker
1979
20/7 2390
Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson with People to People group
1979
20/8 2391
At Commerce Committee fisheries hearings
1979
20/9 2392-2393
 With President Jimmy Carter and Jermaine Magnuson during campaign
Jennings Publications, Washington, D.C (photographer)
January 1979
20/10 2394-2395 January 1979
20/11 2396
Swearing-in as President Pro Tempore of the Senate with Jermaine and Walter Mondale
January 16, 1979
20/12 2397 January 16, 1979
20/13 2398-2399 January 23, 1979
20/14 2400-2402 January 30, 1979
20/15 2403-2404 January 31, 1979
20/16 2405-2418
With John Cherberg and state Democrats (State Senator Gary M. Odegaard, State Treasurer Robert S. O'Brien, State Senator Del Bausch, State Senator Hubert Donohue, George Fleming, Sid Snyder, State Senator Paul Conner, Adele Ferguson, Mary Lou Bammert, Mary Kay Krinbring, John Cherberg, Mary Pearson, Dean Palmer, Ellen Fenton, Marion Holt, State Senator Ray Moore) in Olympia, Washington
February 15, 1979
20/17 2419
Testifying with Veterans of Foreign Wars members (Eric Sandstrom and other man)
March 6, 1979
20/18 2420
With Polly Dyer and Maggie Gibson, lobbying for Roadless Area Review and Evaluation II
March 15, 1979
20/19 2421a-2421b April 1, 1979
20/20 2422
With Columbia Basin Development League members
April 9, 1979
20/21 2423-2449
With Henry M. Jackson, BA, Henry Kotkins, Governor Dixy Lee Ray, Charles Royer, and Joel Pritchard as Chinese ship Liu Lin Hai visits Seattle
April 18, 1979
20/22 2450-2464
With Henry M. Jackson, BA, Henry Kotkins, Governor Dixy Lee Ray, Charles Royer, and Joel Pritchard as Chinese ship Liu Lin Hai visits Seattle
Port of Seattle (photographer)
April 18, 1979
20/23 2465-2491 April 18, 1979
20/24 2492-2495
Receiving National Association of Colleges and Universities award at Seattle Pacific University with Phillips, Sullivan, and Dave McKenna
Written on item 2493: To Dr. Dave McKenna - Best wishes, Warren G. Magnuson
May 1979
20/25 2496-2504
With teacher constituents of National Education Association
May 18, 1979
20/26 2505
With Washington State University advertising students
June 1979
20/27 2506-2508 June 1979
20/28 2509
Group photo of women (including Jermaine Magnuson, Mrs. Clarence Campbell, Mrs. Albert Olsen, and Mrs. Thomas Masuda?) at University of Washington Law School Class of 1929 50th reunion
June 1, 1979
20/28 2510-2515
Snapshots at Alumni Association banquet honoring Magnuson (Jermaine Magnuson, Alfred J. Schweppe, Eugene Cushing, Gerald Shucklin, Grant Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Masuda?) at University of Washington Law School Class of 1929 50th reunion
June 1, 1979
20/29 2516-2528 June 3, 1979
20/30 2529-2530
With Washington Education Association members
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
June 6, 1979
20/31 2531
With Norwegian Prime Minister and Vice President Walter Mondale
Official White House photograph (photographer)
June 12, 1979
20/32 2532
With Gary Smith
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
July 10, 1979
20/33 2533-2535
Various events
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
With State Senator Glen Ledbetter, Executive Secretary of Oceanographic Commission of Washington Don Talley; with American Legion Girls Nation reps Stephanie Witt and Paula Dumas; with Lyn Dennis. Nov. 6; With Ramon L. Santiago and others from Washington State Bilingual Association; with Washington teachers Larry Skillestad, Maureen Baker, Cathryn Smith, Lynda Grimmet, Arden Johnson, Lisa Hansen
July 18-19, 1979; Nov. 6, 1979
20/34 2536
With American Legion Boys Nation representatives Glenn Hampson and Brian Stilson
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
July 23, 1979
21/1 2537
With Jermaine Magnuson and others at Renton Senior Center dedication
August 26, 1979
21/2 2538-2546
Washington Congressional delegation with University of Washington president William Gerberding
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
Also pictured are Henry M. Jackson, Tom Foley, William Gerberding, Norm Dicks, Joel Pritchard, Mike Lowry, and Al Swift.
September 25, 1979
21/3 2547-2550 September 28, 1979
21/4 2551-2554 November 1979
21/5 2555a-2556
With John P. Greeley, authorizing Mother Joseph statue dedication
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
November 1979
21/6 2557-2559
Warren and Jermaine Magnuson visit Northwest Rural Opportunities Office, Yakima, Washington
November 1979
21/7 2560
Business card for National Association for Bilingual Education with hand written notes
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
Goes with contact sheet. Ramon Santiago.
November 6, 1979
21/8 2561-2568
Washington delegation to White House Conference on Libraries with Jermaine Magnuson, John Veblen, Frances L. Scott, Millie L.B. Russell, Marian Gallagher, Margaret Chisholm, Timothy Fry
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
November 16, 1979
21/9 2569
 With President Jimmy Carter
Official White House photograph (photographer)
November 26, 1979
21/10 2570
With March of Dimes poster child Betsy Burch
March of Dimes (photographer)
December 1979

Political Activities, 1980Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
21/11 2571
With Henry M. Jackson at press conference
1980
21/12 2572-2587
Receiving award at National Fire Academy dedication with Gordon Vickery and others
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
1980
21/13 2588-2606
Seattle Campaign headquarters
1980
21/14 2607-2608
With Gary Smith at Washington presentation, U.S. Small Business Administration
March 1980
21/15 2609-2610
With Tony Medina and other constituents
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
1980
21/16 2611-2622
With Democrats from White House conference including Robert Tarppa, Gregory Tsang, Larry Erickson, Sidney Casey, Ernie Smith, Ronald Kurvink, Jermaine, and others
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
Written on item 2616: To Gregory - Best wishes, Warren Magnuson USS.Written on item 2617: To "Bob" - Best wishes, Warren G Magnuson USS.Written on item 2621: To Ronald - Best wishes, Warren G Magnuson USS.Written on item 2622: To Eric - Best wishes, Warren G Magnuson USS.
1980
21/17 2623-2625
Photographs of Jermaine Magnuson for a sculptor's use
1980
21/18 2626-2628
Receiving Award for Public Service from Joan Claybrook and Debbie Richards of U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
1980
21/19 2629-2636
With Close Up students and Henry M. Jackson as an interpreter signs for the deaf
circa 1980
21/20 2637-2644
Warren and Jermaine Magnuson with interns
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
1980
21/21 2645-2647
With Presidential Scholars Deborah Sjoholm, Paul Underwood, and others
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
1980
21/22 2648-2649
Congressional Wives' Club luncheon with Jermaine, Mrs. Frank Fitzsimmons, and Mrs. Lane Kirkland
1980
21/23 2650-2651 1980
21/24 2652
Receiving award or honorary degree from Georgetown University
1980
21/25 2653
With Painter family/Ceremony in meeting room
circa 1980
21/26 2654-2656
With Gladys Freeman and Neil Goldschmidt, wearing "Spokes Man" buttons to demonstrate support of Railroad Transportation Policy Act Amendment, which benefitted bicyclists
circa 1980
21/27 2657
With Jermaine Magnuson
1980
21/28 2658-2661
Warren Magnuson testimonial dinner with Jermaine Magnuson, Jim McDermott, Virginia McDermott, and Mike Lowry
Ted Ward "Photography" (photographer)
1980
21/29 2662
At Seattle campaign headquarters with Henry M. Jackson and others
1980
21/30 2663-2665
Campaign activities (at Democratic headquarters, dinner, reception, and receiving an award) with Jermaine Magnuson and Governor Dixy Lee Ray
1980
21/31 2666-2668
On fishing boat Joycelyn
Bob Peterson (photographer)
1980
21/32 2669
At reception with Daniel P. Moynihan and Jim McDermott
1980
21/33 2670 1980
21/34 2671-2674 1980
21/35 2675-2677
Appropriations Committee meetings
1980
21/36 2678-2709
Campaign photos of Magnuson
1980
21/37 2710-2725
 Campaign photos of Magnuson
Stephen Shames (photographer)
1980
21/38 2726-2734
 Campaign photos of Magnuson
Stephen Shames (photographer)
1980
22/1 2735-2744
 Campaign photos of Magnuson
Stephen Shames (photographer)
1980
22/2 2745-2755
 Campaign photos of Magnuson
Stephen Shames (photographer)
1980
22/3 2756-2759
With Jermaine Magnuson and Walter Mondale at Democratic Convention
Stephen Shames (photographer)
Items are contact sheets.Original negatives in collection are located in XND1.
1980
22/4 2760-2764
Campaign meetings with Norm Dicks, Don Bonker, Mike McCormack, and Al Swift
Stephen Shames (photographer)
1980
22/5 2765-2770
Appropriations hearing with Jack Tuttle and Ed Wittmann
1980
22/6 2771-2772 circa 1980
22/7 2773
U.S. Senate in session; Magnuson as president pro tempore
1980
22/8 2774-2776
National Institutes of Health
Includes Joint Resolution of Public Law 96-518 for Clinical Center.
circa 1980
22/9 2777a-2784
With Washington State school teachers
1980
22/10 2785
Looking at drawing of Kirkland Fire Station
1980
22/11 2786-2788 1980
22/12 2789
Slade Gorton
Seattle Times (photographer)
1980
22/13 2790a-2812
 Launching of U.S.S. Boone (FFG-28) and H.M.A.S. Sydney (FFG-35)
Camera-Craft Inc., Seattle
Photos include Magnuson, Jermaine, Norm Dicks, Capt. S.P. Passantino, Commodore J.A. O'Farrell, John T. Gilbride (V.P. and General Manager of Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation, Seattle Division), Carl R. Meurk (Exec. V.P. TPSC West Coast Division), Capt. Stuart F. Platt, Leanne Philips (flower girl), Mrs. Clayton D. Richman (matron of honor), Mrs. Milton F. Heller, Jr. (sponsor), LCDR James A. Julius, Mrs. Gilbride, Mrs. Meurk
January 16, 1980
22/14 2813-2830
Launching of U.S.S. Boone
Bob Peterson (photographer)
Photos include Magnuson, Jermaine Magnuson, John Gilbride, S.P. Passantino, J.A. O'Farrell (Australian Naval Attache), Stuart Platt, Mrs. Milton F. Heller, Leanne Philips, Mrs. Clayton D. Richman, and Norm Dicks
January 16, 1980
22/15 2831
With Presidential Scholars students Steve Meharg, John Anderson, Sarah J. Norton, Paul Gamlen, Rich Jacobson, and Kellie Tate
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
January 29, 1980
22/16 2832-2833
Receiving Community Health Centers award with Luwana Reyes from Seattle Indian Health Clinic and Tom Van Coverten
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
February 20, 1980
22/17 2834-2839
Receiving National School Boards Association Award with Grace Cole, Ruth Clark, Dennis J. Morrison, Larry Swift, Carol Radke, Patt Sutton, Bob Morgenstern, and Leroy Williams
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
February 4, 1980
22/18 2840
With Presidential Scholars Jim McPherson, Robin Derr, Kris Delenius, and Deane Shephard
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
February 5, 1980
22/19 2841-2842
Receiving Opportunities Industrialization Center Legislative Initiatives Award with Henry M. Jackson, Gretchen Winans, John F. Charles, Samuel McKinney, James Williams, and Lylia Joyner
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
February 28, 1980
22/20 2843
With Feather Reid and Gretchen Winans
February 28, 1980
22/21 2844
With Jack Tanner
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
March 1980
22/22 2845-2846
With Presidential Scholars Martha Lantz, Kristi Allen, and Bill Hile
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
March 4, 1980
22/23 2847
With members of National Advisory Council on Adult Education including Gary A. Eyre (executive director), Betty Mage, and Jaime Woods of Boston College
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
March 13, 1980
22/24 2848
With Washington Workshop students Pam Curtis, Drew Londgren, and Donna Smith
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
March 13 and 18, 1980
22/25 2849-2852
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, receiving National Scroll of Honor
March 27, 1980
22/26 2853-2870
Goodnoe Hill wind generation project with Jermaine Magnuson,Governor Dixy Lee Ray, Maurice Katz, Mike McCormack, T.A. Wilson, John (?) McCarthy, Roger Johnson, Sterling Munro, Harold Hill
April 1980
22/27 2871-2878
With Lloyd Meeds and Frank Brouillet at Sno-Isle Skill Center Appreciation Luncheon
April 1980
22/28 2879-2901
Mother Joseph Statue reception
April 1, 1980
22/29 2902-2905
With Vocational Education delegation Dr. William Bakamis of Washington State University, Beth Vertrees, and Katherine Crandall
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
April 16, 1980
22/30 2906
Preparing for a television interview with David Sawyer, Pat Sheldon
May 19, 1980
22/31 2907-2908
 With President Jimmy Carter
Official White House photograph (photographer)
May 30, 1980
22/32 2909-2915 June 1980
23/1 2916-2926
Campaign whistle-stop tour with Jermaine Magnuson, Mike Lowry, and others
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
July 1980
23/2 2927-2934 July 1980
23/3 2935
At National Democratic Convention in New York City with Jermaine Magnuson and Walter Mondale
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
August 1980
23/4 2936-2938 September 1, 1980
23/5 2939-2942
With Jim Hoerr (Boys' Clubs of America Boy of the Year) and Donald F. Uglem (Executive Director of Boys Club of Snohomish County)
Gretchen Kiehn (photographer)
September 16, 1980
23/6 2943
With Bill Jones, Lummi Tribe chairman
September 24, 1980
23/7 2944-2946
Speaking to Tacoma Rotary Club with Norm Dicks and others
12 strips of color positive transparencies (35 mm size).
December 29, 1980
23/8 2947-2949
At banquet with Chinese ambassador Chai Tsemin, Peng Dequing (Vice Minister of Ministry of Communications), interpreter Cao Shengjun, and Dick Ford (Exec. Director, Port of Seattle)
April 18, 1989

Portraits, Meetings, Bill Signings, 1930s-1970sReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
23/9 2950-2951
 Campaign portraits of Warren G. Magnuson
Walters Studio, SeattleBlackstone Studios, New York (photographer)
1930s
23/10 2952-2954
 Portrait of Magnuson
Walters of Seattle (photographer)
Written on item 2952: To my "chief" - From Detective Lieut. W. Gus Magnuson with best wishesItem 2954 is a photocopy of a letter of how picture was acquired. Dated April 12, 1961.
1930s
23/11 2955
 Portrait of Magnuson
Written on photo: To "Pat" and to our long association in the liberal cause Warren G Magnuson Wash D.C. 1942
1942
23/12 2956a-b
 Portrait of Warren G. Magnuson
U.S. Navy (photographer)
1945
23/13 2957-2958
Portrait of Warren G. Magnuson testifying before Senate Appropriations Committee for expanded cancer research program
Robert H. Miller, Seattle (photographer)
1949
23/14 2959
Magnuson at airport
United Air Lines Photo, San Francisco (photographer)
circa 1950s
23/15 2960-2964
Senator Warren G. Magnuson at a hearing or meeting
Ankers Photographers, Washington, D.C (photographer)
1955
23/16 2965-2966
Portraits of Magnuson
Forde Photographers, Seattle (photographer)
1956
23/17 2967a-2974 1956
23/16 2975
Number not used
23/18 2976-2985
 Campaign portraits of Magnuson in his office
9 color transparencies, 1 color print.
1956
23/19 2986-2987
Campaign portraits of Magnuson
Fred Millkie Photographers, Seattle
1956
23/20 2988-2990
Magnuson in office
1957
23/21 2991-2992
 Portrait of Warren G. Magnuson
Original negative in collection is located in XNC1.Item 2992 is an 8x10 color transparency.
1958
23/22 2993
Photograph of a charcoal sketch of Warren G. Magnuson
1959
23/23 2994-2995 1960s
23/24 2996
Magnuson speaking at podium
1960s
23/25 2997
Magnuson walking down hallway
1960s
23/26 2998
Portraits of Magnuson
H. Staples, Time (photographer)
1961
23/27 2999-3000
Magnuson in office
May 1962
23/28 3001
Magnuson running down the Capitol Steps
1964
23/29 3002-3003 1964
23/29 3004
Formal portrait of Jermaine Magnuson
1964
23/30 3005
Magnuson making a point
1964
23/31 3006 1964-1965
23/32 3007-3010
Close-up portraits of Magnuson taken during Seattle Post-Intelligencer interview
Howard Staples, Seattle Post-Intelligencer (photographer)
April 23, 1968
23/33 3011
Magnuson at reception or other event
Written on photo: To Cal my best Warren G Magnuson.
circa 1970s
23/34 3012-3013
Portraits of Magnuson
Doug Wilson Photography, Kirkland, Washington (photographer)
1970s
23/35 3014-3015 February 9, 1970
23/36 3016
Magnuson in office
August 1971
23/37 3017a-3018
Portraits of Magnuson
Written on item 3017a: Best Wishes Warren G Magnuson
circa 1973
23/38 3019
Portrait of Warren G. Magnuson
August 1973
23/39 3020-3027
Portraits of Magnuson
1975
23/39 3028-3031 1975
23/40 3032
Portrait of Magnuson in office
Photo is signed: Best Wishes, Warren Magnuson.
Bob Peterson, Seattle (photographer)
1975
23/40 3033
Number not used
23/40 3034
Portrait of Magnuson in office
Bob Peterson, Seattle (photographer)
1975
23/40 3035-3036
Magnuson and Norm Dicks in office
Bob Peterson, Seattle (photographer)
1975
23/40 3037
Jermaine and Norm Dicks in Magnuson's office
Bob Peterson, Seattle (photographer)
1975
23/40 3038-3045
Numbers not used
23/41 3046-3047 April 11, 1980
24/1 3048-3068
Groundbreaking ceremonies for Expo '74 U.S. Pavilion
21 color slides. Magnuson, Jermaine Magnuson, Tom Foley, others.
May 1, 1973
24/1 3069-3075
Columbia River dam
7 color slides.
May 1975
24/1 3076-3081
With Glenn Terrell and Tom Foley
6 color slides.
October 1976 (slides say Jan. 1977)
24/1 3082-3086
Portraits
5 color slides
1980
24/1 3087-3096
Speaking at Hanford, Washington
10 color slides.
July 1980
24/1 3097-3101
Magnuson and Apollo 12 astronauts at Boeing Field
5 color slides.
January 2, 1970
24/2 3102-3120
Portraits of Magnuson
19 color transparencies.
1960s
box-folder:oversize
25/1 3121
Vice President Henry Wallace
Signed: For Warren G. Magnuson. With best regards, Henry A. Wallace.
circa 1940s
25/2 3122a-b
Portrait of Magnuson
Two photos. Printed on verso: USN 605415. May 45. Senator Warren G. Magnuson Committee on Naval Affairs. Official Navy photo. Released by Dept. of Defense.
May 1945
25/3 3123
Magnuson in Navy uniform lighting match
circa 1940s
25/4 3124
Magnuson shaking hands with man
circa 1950s
26/13 3125
Magnuson receiving American Shipping citation from Alben Barkley and Joseph Kelly
May 15, 1950
25/5 3126
Magnuson with Senate Commerce Committee
With John Pastore, other committee members. Magnuson's first day as chairman.
January 1952
25/6 3127
Adlai Stevenson surrounded by crowd during Washington visit
Includes Magnuson, Stevenson, Hugh B. Mitchell, Henry M. Jackson.
circa 1952
25/7 3128-3130
Campaign-Magnuson speaking with constituents in diner.
1956
25/7 3131-3132
Campaign-Magnuson speaking with constituents at construction site
Art Hupy, Seattle (photographer)
1956
26/13 3133
Campaign portrait
1956
25/8 3134
Warren and Jermaine Magnuson
Matted color print.
circa 1960s
25/9 3135-3136
Senator Magnuson (a thoroughbred racehorse)
2 photos. Senator Magnuson (horse) with jockey B. Baeze, trainer C. Ross, owner Eileen Weinstein, and others at the Aqueduct race track in New York.
1964
25/10 3137-3138
With John Pastore, holding Senate Democratic Campaign Committee congratulatory plaque
1964
25/11 3139
Discussing civil rights bill with Senator Kenneth Keating
Includes copy of letter from Magnuson to Life magazine.
Bob Gomel, Life magazine (photographer)
June 1964
26/6 3140
With President Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, and others on small stage
Includes note from Mike Manatos, Administrative Assistant to the President.This is probably the commissioning of the Oceanographer research vessel.
circa 1966
25/12 3141-3143
With President Lyndon B. Johnson, Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jermaine Magnuson, and others
Includes note from Mike Manatos, Administrative Assistant to the President.
1966
25/13 3144
Meeting in White House with President Lyndon B. Johnson, Henry M. Jackson, and others
May 11, 1966
25/14 3145
Warren Magnuson in the White House
May 24, 1966
25/15 3146
With Alan Bible, Senator from Nevada, on the Truman Balcony of the White House
July 9, 1966
25/16 3147
President Lyndon B. Johnson hands Magnuson a pen after signing bill
August 24, 1966
25/17 3148
President Lyndon B. Johnson shaking hands with Magnuson after signing bill
October 15, 1966
25/18 3149
"E" Award ceremony with Magnuson, President Lyndon B. Johnson, Henry M. Jackson, William Woods, Alexander Trowbridge
Kevin S. Smith, White House (photographer)
May 23, 1967
25/19 3150
Meeting in White House with President Lyndon B. Johnson and others
August 23, 1967
25/20 3151
White House dinner with Vice President Hubert Horatio Humphrey, President Lyndon B. Johnson, George McGovern, others
September 21, 1967
25/21 3152-3153
Magnuson and President Lyndon B. Johnson
One photo includes W. Marvin Watson, presidential advisor.
October 18, 1967
25/22 3154
Bill signing, possibly the bill amending the Flammable Fabrics Act.
Includes Magnuson, President Lyndon B. Johnson, possibly Brock Adams.
December 14, 1967
25/22 3155
Fire Research and Safety Act bill signing
Includes Magnuson and President Lyndon B. Johnson.
May 1, 1968
25/23 3156-3157
Magnuson and Lyndon B. Johnson meeting in the White House
Francis L. Wolfe, The White House (photographer)
May 16, 1968
25/24 3158-3162
Auto Insurance Study Bill signing
Depicts President Lyndon B. Johnson signing bill, handing Magnuson the pen after signing bill, shaking hands. Includes note from Mike Manatos, Administrative Assistant to the President.
May 22, 1968
25/25 3163-3164
Seattle Pilots opening day showing Magnuson, Henry M. Jackson, Dan Evans; baseball team.
Includes note from Dr. S. T. Magnuson.
Bob Miller, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, item 3164
April 1969
25/26 3165
Appropriations Committee with Magnuson, John Pastore, others
circa 1970s
25/27 3166
Merchant Marine award presentation at White House
Photo includes Magnuson, Richard Nixon, Norris Cotton, William S. Mailliard, Edward A. Garmatz, Spyros S. Skouras. There is also a copy of a note from William Timmons, Assistant to the President.
June 4, 1970
25/28 3167
Maritime Day event with Merle Adlum and Harry Bridges
Stearns, Seattle (photographer)
May 21, 1971
25/29 3168
Senate Leadership meeting with President Richard Nixon, Magnuson, Robert Byrd, Vice President Gerald Ford.
May 19, 1972
25/30 3169a,b-3170
Gathering at San Clemente with Jermaine, President Richard and Pat Nixon, others
July 30, 1973
25/31 3171a-b
With President Gerald Ford and two men
October 10, 1974
25/32 3172
Sitting at table with Carl Hayden
undated
25/33 3173
President Richard Nixon addressing Congress
Dev O'Neill, Democratic National Congressional Committee (photographer)
undated
25/34 3174
Bill-signing with President Lyndon B. Johnson, Magnuson and others
undated
25/35 3175
Magnuson eating a meal in the White House next to man with African-American waiter behind him
Includes hand-written note from President Lyndon B. Johnson.
undated
25/36 3176
Magnuson receiving an award
undated
25/36 3177
Magnuson and others disembarking boat on gangplank
Bob Rudsit, Tacoma News Tribune (photographer)
undated
25/36 3178
Jermaine Magnuson shaking hands with representative from China
undated
25/36 3179
Portrait of Magnuson
undated
25/37 3180
Magnuson with President John F. Kennedy and another man near airplane stairs
circa 1960-1963
25/37 3181
Portrait of U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce: 88th Congress, 2nd Session
Magnuson was Chairman of the Committee.
1964
25/37 3182
Magnuson meeting with President Lyndon Johnson and another man in the White House
Written on photo: January 1967, This is the very most important conference on the S.S.T.
January 14, 1967
26/1 3183
Portrait of Warren Magnuson with airbrushing
undated
26/2 3184
Matted print of Magnuson with Gerald Ford and another man
Tom Korologos (photographer)
Written on mat: To my longtime friend and corner colleague in many legislative battles, Warren Magnuson.
undated
26/5 3185
Official U.S. Senate portrait
December 10, 1971
26/7 3186
Magnuson with President John F. Kennedy, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, and senators (possibly in Oval Office)
Matted print.
undated
26/10 3187
President John F. Kennedy addressing Congress
1960s
26/10 3188a
Magnuson and Jermaine with President Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson
Matted print.
1960s
24/4 3188b
Magnuson and Jermaine with Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson
Same image as 3188a without matting.
1960s
26/11 3189
Human skull and skull fragments on black background
Written on mat: To Warren G. Magnuson, with warmest regards and deep appreciation for your leadership in preserving Marmes Rockshelter. Ronald Fryxell, Richard Daugherty.
1960s
26/12 3190
Photograph of painting of Hon. Carl Vinson, Chairman House of Naval Affairs Committee
Signed on mat: To my esteemed friend Warren Magnuson, Carl Vinson.
Bureau of Aeronautics (photographer)
1944
25/7 3191
Print with individual photos of U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations
1955
Box/Folder
24/3 3192
University of Washington Drumheller Fountain dedication ceremonies
1 unbound souvenir book of prints with 13 images.
April 27, 1962
24/4 3193
Jermaine Magnuson
undated
24/5 3194
Rosalynn Carter and Jermaine Magnuson
Photo is signed: To Jermaine, Best Wishes-Rosalynn Carter.
undated
24/5 3195
Magnuson speaking during President Jimmy Carter's campaign with Jermaine and Carter seated next to him
Stan Jennings, Jennings Publications, Washington D.C (photographer)
1970s
24/6 3196a
Magnuson speaking with Vice President Walter Mondale during Leadership Breakfast at the White House
Tip O'Neil and George Mahon are in photo.Photo is signed from Walter Mondale: To Maggie, From one Norsk to another.
April 18, 1977

Cartoons and SketchesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder item
24/6 3196b
Sketch of portrait of Magnuson
undated
box-folder:oversize
27/1 3197
Cartoon of Magnuson in his office with group of marchers outside his door, titled: The Door Never Closes
Signed: From your devoted constituent and friend, Ed Donohoe.
undated
27/1 3198
Cartoon of Naval officer holding paper that reads: Warren G. Magnuson, You are hereby promoted to the rank of commander in the U.S.N.R.
Signed: Wathena.
circa 1940s
box:oversize
XC2 3199
Cartoon of Magnuson and Senator Charles Andrews "lifting" the Chinese Exclusion Act
Jim Berryman, The Evening Star (cartoonist)
October 4, 1943
box-folder:oversize
27/2 3200
Cartoon for Magnuson campaign
John Baer (cartoonist)
1957
27/3 3201
Copy of sketch depicting Senate Civil Rights Debate
Howard Brodie, CBS News (artist)
Included is a note from William Small, Director of CBS News.
circa 1964
XD3 3202
Cartoon depicting two candidates before debate
This cartoon probably appeared in The New Yorker on March 15, 1976.
1976
XF1 3203
Sketch of Warren Magnuson
undated
box:oversize
XC2 3204
Colored sketch of Warren Magnuson
Signed: Southee.
undated

Commemorative Album of the First Transcontinental Telephone Call via Telstar Satellite, July 10, 1962Return to Top

This phone call took place between Washington D.C. and the Space Needle at the Seattle World's Fair on July 10, 1962.

Container(s) Description Dates
box-folder:oversize item
27/4 3205
Commemorative Album of the First Transcontinental Telephone Call via Telstar Satellite
July 10, 1962
Box/Folder
24/7 3206
Ewen C. Dingwall, General Manager Seattle World's Fair; Albert D. Rosellini, Governor of Washington; Erle Hannum, Public Relations Manager of Pacific Northwest Bell; Jay Rockey, Public Relations Director Seattle World's Fair
Printed on page: "...Gentlemen, we're about ready..."
July 10, 1962
24/7 3207
Ewen C. Dingwall with Governor Rosellini speaking on phone
Printed on page: "...Hello, Senator Magnuson-This is Governor Rosellini..."
July 10, 1962
24/7 3208
Governor Rosellini passing phone to Ewen C. Dingwall
Printed on page: "...Ewen Dingwall is going to say hello..."
July 10, 1962
24/7 3209
Ewen C. Dingwall speaking on phone next to Governor Rosellini
Printed on page: "...This is what I call a good connection-sounds like you're calling from the roof of the 'Needle'..."
July 10, 1962
24/7 3210
Governor Rosellini speaking on phone next to Ewen C. Dingwall
Printed on page: "...And congratulations to you, Senator Kerr, on this amazing accomplishment..."
July 10, 1962

MiscellaneousReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
box:oversize item
XF1 3211
Print with individual photos of U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations
Print is signed by all of the committee members (except Magnuson).
1953
XF1 3212
Possibly a composite photo of Seattle skyline
circa 1969-1984
XF1 3213
Aerial photo of Magnuson Health Sciences Center and parts of University of Washington campus
circa 1978

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Legislators--United States--Photographs
  • Politicians--United States--20th century--Photographs
  • Politicians--United States--Photographs
  • Personal Names :
  • Hansen, Julia Butler, ǂd 1907-1988--Photographs
  • Jackson, Henry M. (Henry Martin), 1912-1983--Photographs
  • Magnuson, Warren G. (Warren Grant), 1905-1989
  • Mitchell, Hugh B. (Hugh Burnton), 1907-1996--Photographs
  • O'Neill, Tip--Photographs
  • Family Names :
  • Magnuson family--Photographs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Photographic prints
  • Portrait photographs

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington)