Index to Heny A. Wallace Photographs

Photographs are numbered within categories. The captions are taken from the print or negative envelope. Those without captions have no annotation.

1929 European Trip

Print 1

Print 2. Religious Shrine (2)

Print 3. European-style farmhouse

Print 4. "Pearson and Richard Elmhirst in their Cricket costumes."

Print 5. The Economic Conference at Dartington Hall

Print 6. Henry A. Wallace at International Agricultural Economic Conference (3)

Print 7. English Beech Forest

Print 8. "Typical Deven countryside showing irregular fields with earthen wall borders."

Print 9. Devon Hills showing in distance earth fences with trees growing on top.

Print 10. Devon Hills

Print 11

Print 12 (2)

Print 13

Print 14. English laborer's cottage - on Long's farm - Note silo in background which is filled with oats and peas

Print 15. Plowing with Suffolk horses. Fall plowing stubble.

Print 16. Stacking oats on Yorkshire Farm. All grain is stacked and all is hauled from field small one horse wagon.

Print 17. "House of F. Martin a master farmer near Kingham in Oxford. A dirt farmer who makes money and spends it to make his family more comfortable."

Print 18. Devon barn yard

Print 19

Print 20

Print 21

Print 22

Print 23. South Devon bull out of a 18,000 lb cow weighing 1800 pounds.

Print 24

Print 25

Print 26 (2)

Print 27. Devon Cow auction - probably

Print 28. Feeder steers produced by crossing Hereford bull on milking shorthorn cows. A very common cross.

Print 29. Decon Lop eared sow

Print 30. Large White or Yorkshire sow on a farm of a Master Farmer.

Print 31 (2)

Print 32

Print 33

Print 34

Print 35

Print 36

Print 37

Print 38

Print 39. European-style farmhouse (2)

Print 40. European-style farmhouse (2)

Print 41. European-style farmhouse (2)

Print 42 (3)

Print 43 (3)

Print 44 (2)

Print 45 (2)

Print 46 (2)

Print 47 (2)

Print 48 (3)

Print 49 (3)

Print 50 (2)

Print 51 (2)

Print 52

Print 53

Print 54 (2)

Print 55 (2)

Print 56

Print 57 (2)

Print 58 (2)

Print 228. Gregory Mendel Monument

Print 229. Gregory Mendel

Copy Negative 5. The Economic Conference at Dartington Hall.

Copy Negative 6. Henry A. Wallace at International Agricultural Economic Conference (2)

Negative 9. Devon Hills showing in distance earth fences with trees growing on top.

Negative 13

Negative 14. English laborer's cottage on Long's farm - Note silo in background which is filled with oats and peas.

Negative 15. Plowing with Suffolk Horses. Fall plowing stubble.

Negative 16. Stacking oats on Yorkshire Farm. All grain is stacked and all is hauled from field with one horse wagon.

Negative 17. "House of F. Martin a master farmer near Kingham in Oxford. A dirt farmer who makes money and spends it to make his family more comfortable."

Negative 18. Devon backyard

Negative 19

Negative 22

Negative 23. South Devon bull out of an 18,000 lb cow weighing 1800 pounds.

Negative 24

Negative 25

Negative 26

Negative 27

Negative 28. Feeder steers produced by crossing Hereford bull on milking shorthorn cows. A very common cross.

Negative 29. Devon Lop eared sow

Negative 30. Large White or Yorkshire sow on a farm of a Master Farmer.

Negatives 31 -- 38, 42 --- 227

Negative 228. Gregory Mendel Monument

Print 230. Gregory Mendel

South American Goodwill Tour (March 16 - April 25, 1943) - La Paz, Bolivia.

Print 1. "Vice President Wallace and party arriving at the airport."

Print 2. "Vice President Wallace and welcoming group leaving plane at airport."

Print 3. "Vice President Wallace being presented with bouquet of flowers by little girl as he left the Municipalidad."

Print 4. "Vice President Wallace at welcoming ceremonies at Municipalidad."

Print 5. "Vice President Wallace and procession passing Presidential Palace enroute to United States Embassy." (2)

Negative 5. "Vice President Wallace and procession passing Presidential Palace enroute to United States Embassy."

South American Goodwill Tour (March 16 - April 25, 1943) - Colombia

Print 1. "Vice President Wallace being greeted by President Lopez." (2)

Print 2. "President Lopez and Vice President Wallace visiting grocery store." (2)

Print 3. "Vice President Wallace visiting cinchona laboratory in Bogota." (2)

Print 4. "Vice President Wallace with President Lopez, Colombian cabinet, and other officials."

Print 5. "Vice President Wallace and President Lopez. View overlooks Bogota." (2)

Print 6. "Vice President Wallace with PResident Lopez, Colombian cabinet, and other officials."

Print 7. "Vice President Wallace enroute from airport in Bogota."

Print 8. "Vice President Wallace being presented with certificate giving him freedom of Bogota by Mayor Carolos Laenz Santa Maria." (2)

Print 9. "President Lopez and Vice President Wallace. View overlooks Bogota." (2)

Print 10. "President Lopez and Vice President Wallace visiting grocery store." (2)

Negative 1. "Vice President Wallace being greeted by President Lopez."

Negative 2. "President Lopez and Vice President Wallace visiting grocery store." (2)

Negative 3. "Vice President Wallace visiting cinchona laboratory in Bogota."

Negative 10. President Lopez and Vice President Wallace visiting grocery store.

South American Goodwill Tour (March 16 - April 25, 1943) - Costa Rica

Print 1. "Vice President Wallace in conversation with President Rafael Angel Calderon Guardia at the San Jose airport." (2)

Negative 1. "Vice President Wallace in conversation with President Rafael Angel Calderon Guardia at the San Jose airport."

Sout American Goodwill Tour (March 16 - April 25, 1943) - Ecuador

Print 1 -- 7

Print 8 (2)

Print 9 -- 11

Print 12 (2)

Print 13 (2)

Print 14 -- 17

Copy Negative 12.

South American Goodwill Tour (March 16 - April 25, 1943) - Panama

Print 1. "Vice President Wallace and President Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia at home of Dr. Juaquin Arias in Boquette." (2)

Print 2. "Vice President Wallace being welcomed to Balboa by U.S. Ambassador to Panama, Edwin C. Wilson (left)." (2)

Print 3. "At home of Dr. Joaquin Arias in Boquette. Left to right: Edwin C. Wilson, U.S. Ambassador to Panama; Panamanian President Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia; Vice President Wallace; Dr. Jaime de la Guardia, noted Panamanian surgeon; and Augusta Ferrari, General Secretary to President of Panama." (2)

Print 4. "Vice President Wallace visiting Third Regional Fair at Chiriqui. At left is Ernest B. Fabrega, Minister of Agriculture and to right is Alejandro Gonzales Revilla, Governor of Chiriqui Province."

Print 5. "Vice President Wallace inspecting crude rubber at Third Regional Fair of Chiriqui. With him is James Blair, who has been conducting experiments with rubber." (2)

Print 6. "Vice President Wallace dining at Club David during Third Regional Fair at Chiriqui. Among guests are Alejandro Gonzales Revilla, Governor of Chiriqui Province, right, and Ernesto B. Fabrega, Minister of Agriculture." (2)

Negative 6. "Vice President Wallace dining at Club David during Third Regional Fair at Chiriqui. Among guests are Alejandro Gonzales Revilla, Governor of Chiriqui Province, right, and Ernesto B. Fabrega, Minister of Agriculture."

South American Goodwill Tour (March 16 - April 25, 1943) - Lima, Peru

Print 1. "Vice President Wallace playing tennis at Exposition Club."

Print 2. "Vice President Wallace speaking at formal dinner given by President Manuel Prado."

Print 3. "Vice President Wallace and President Prado leaving old coach in which they road from airport to Presidential Palace."

Print 4. "Vice President Wallace and President Manuel Prado at Tennis Club dinner."

Print 5. "Vice President Wallace inspecting food served at Restaurants Populares."

Negative 1. "Vice President Wallace playing tennis at Exposition Club."

Negative 2. "Vice President Wallace speaking at a formal dinner given by President Manuel Prado."

Mexico Trip

Print 1. State of Hidalgo, Mexico. "Rural Students"

Print 2. State of Hidalgo, Mexico. "Rural School"

Print 3. State of Hidalgo, Mexico. "Rural Students"

Print 4. La Huerta, Michoacan, Mexico. Outskirts of Morelia. "Regional school for peasants"

Print 5. Near Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. "Rural School"

Print 6. Nayarite, Mexico. "Rural Community"

Print 7. Nayarite, Mexico. "Rural Community"

Print 8. Oaxaca, Mexico. "Rural community and school"

Print 9. State of Jalisco, Mexico. "Rural School"

Print 10. "Huichole Indians" in Mexico

Print 11. "Henry A. Wallace with Felix Ireta, governor of the state of Michoacan, Mexico. Mr. Wallace is holding a volcanic rock with an imprint of corn on it."

Print 12. "Fragment of volcanic rock with imprints of corn on it."

Negative 11. Henry A. Wallace with Felix Ireta, governor of teh state of Michoacan. Mr. Wallace is holding a volcanic rock with an imprint of corn on it." (2)

Negative 13. "Henry A. Wallace shaking hands with Manuel Avila Camacho."

Negative 14. "Henry A. Wallace with President Gomez of Mexico."

Copy Negative 15. "Henry A. Wallace speaking into microphone."

Negative 16. "Henry A. Wallace and Minister of Agriculture Gomez in a cornfield."

Print 13. "Henry A. Wallace shaking hands with Manuel Avila Camacho."

Print 14. "Henry A. Wallace with Minister of Agriculture Gomez of Mexico."

Print 15. "Henry A. Wallace speaking into microphone."

Print 16. "Henry A. Wallace and Minister of Agriculture Gomez of Mexico in a cornfield."

Print 17. "Taken from the Pan American Highway."

Press Photographs - 7 x 9s

Print 1. May 14, 1935. Washington, D.C. Farmers in Lively Meeting at Capital. "Four thousand farmers from the mid-west and the south gathered at Constitutional Hall, Washington, D.C., to voice approval of the New Deal farm program and demand the continuance of the AAA. Pictured at the meeting are, left to right: "Clif" H. Day, of Plainview, Texas, the leader of the rally; W.H. Robertson, of Loachpoke, Ala, Chairman of the meeting; Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace; and Chester Davis, Administrator of the AAA."

Print 2. May 14, 1935. Washington, D.C. Sec. Wallace addresses Farmers. "Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace, picturesd as he addressed a meeting of four thousand mid-west and southern farmers at Constitutional Hall, Washington, D.C. The farmers cheered Wallace, and showed their approval of the New Deal Farm Program and demanded a continuance of the AAA."

Print 3. January 6, 1936. Washinton, D.C. Wallace and Davis at White House After AAA Ban. "Photo shows Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, (left), and Chester Davis, AAA Administrator, as they left the White House after a lengthy conference with President Roosevelt following the Supreme Court decision ruled the AAA 'unconstitutional.'"

Print 4. January 23, 1936. Washington, D.C. Wallace and David Air Farm and Plans. "Agriculture Secretary Wallace and former AAA administrator Davis were called before the Senate Agriculture Committee, in Washington, D.C., to explain the new Administration Farm Bill. Photo shows (left to right), Chester Davis, former AAA Administrator; Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace and Senator Ellison D. Smith, of South Carolina, Chairman of the Committee."

Print 5. January 28, 1936. Washington, D.C. At Senate Agricultural Hearing. "Chester Davis, former AAA Administrator, Stanley Reed, Solicitor General of the Department of Justice, and Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, (pictured left to right) at a hearing of the Senate Agriculture Committee in Washington, D.C. Seated is Sen. Ellison D. Smith (D. S.C.), Chairman of the Committee."

Print 6. October 15, 1936. Springfield, Ill. Roosevelt Arrives at Springfield, Ill. "Among those who greeted the President when he invaded the Mid-West on his current political campaign tour, were: F. Lynden Smith, Ill. Campaign Manager, Gov. Henry Horner of Ill., Secretary of Agriculture Wallace. The group as Mr. Roosevelt arrived at Springfield, Ill; left to right: Mr. Smith, Gov. Horner, Mr. Wallace, and Mr. Roosevelt."

Print 7. December 16, 1936. Washington, D.C. At President's Committee Meeting on Farm Tenancy. "Sect'y of Agriculture Wallace, left, Chairman, and L.C. Gray, Executive Asst. Administrator of Resettlement Administration, are shown as they attended the first meeting of the President's Commitee on Farm Tenancy, at Washington, D.C., to discuss ways and means of alleviating the situation of the Tenancy Farmers."

Print 8. December 16, 1936. Washington, D.C. At President's Committee Meeting on Farm Tenancy. "Xenophon Caverno, of Canalou, Mo., left, and Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, Chairman, are shown as they attended the first meeting of the President's Committee on Farm Tenancy, in Washington, D.C., to discuss ways and means of alleviating the situation of tenancy farmers."

Print 9. June 30, 1938. New York City. President Lays Cornerstone for U.S. Building at Fair. "Grinning broadly, President Roosevelt is shown as he flourished a trowel while laying the cornerstone for the U.S. Government building on the World's Fair Grounds here. In front of the President is his military aid, Col. Edwin M. Watson."

Print 10. October 30, 1938. Washington, D.C. Secretary Wallace in Radio Farm Discussion. "Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace; Lyman Bryson, of Columbia University; and Gen. Hugh S. Johnson (shown from left to right) as they discuss the problem of farm surplusses during a radio broadcast (the microphones are hidden underneath the ferns in the center of table.)."

Print 11. April 22, 1939. New York, NY. At Jefferson Day Banquet in New York. "Postmaster General James A. Farley, Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace and Benjamin F. Schrieber, president, National Democratic Club, (left to right) shown conversing, as they attended the Annual Jefferson Day banquet of the National Democratic Club."

Print 12. July 15, 1940. Chicago, Illinois. Wallace gets the lowdown. Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace (right) getting an earful from Senator Alben Barkley of Kentucky as Mrs. Barkley listens in to the pre-convention conference in Chicago.

Print 13. January 24, 1945. Washington, D.C. Jesse Jones at Commerce Hearing. "This is a candid view of Jesse Jones, ousted Secretary of Commerce as he testified before Senate Commerce Comittee Hearing."

Print 14. January 24, 1945. Washington, D.C. Jones Testifies. "Before an overflow crowd that was held in check by Capital Police, the Senate Commerce Committee today heard testimony by Sen. Walter F. George (D., Ga.), sponsor of the RFC "divorce" bill, and Jesse Jones, ousted Secretary of Commerce. George is seen in center of photo, right, as he glances over his proposed bill. Jones, also in center of the photo, is to the left of Sen. George looking at camera. Seated at extreme right, with back to camera, is Sen. Josiah W. Bailey (D., N.C.), Chairman of the Committee."

Print 15. January 25, 1945. Washington, D.C. Henry Wallace Testifies. "Surrounded by photographers, Henry A. Wallace begins his testimony before the Senate Commerce Committee. Members of the committee, at right, are (left to right): Senators Guy Cordon, Oregon; Edward V. Robertson, Wyoming; Alexander Wiley, Wisconsin; Harold Burton, Ohio; and Josiah Bailey, Chairman, standing."

Print 16. January 25, 1945. Washington, D.C. Wallace Willing to Drop RFC. "Former Vice-President Henry A. Wallace, waves cheerfully as he began his statement before Senate Commerce Committee. Wallace told the committee and an overflow audience that he is 'willing to carry on the job of Secretary of Commerce until the war ends' even if the Congress does take away the department's vast loan powers."

Print 17. September 19, 1946. Washington, D.C. Wallace Arrives for Talk with Truman. "Making his way through a large crowd of reporters and photographers, Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace (Back to camera, center) is shown on his arrival at the White House for his conference with President Truman. After the 2 1/2 hour talk, awaited since Secreatary Wallace's adverse criticism of U.S. foreign policy in New York, he announced that he would make no public statements until after the Paris Peace Conference."

Print 18. September 19, 1946. Washington, D.C. Wallace Leaves White House After Talk with Truman. "Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace leaves President Truman's office in the White House after their talk on September 18. In the background is Charles Ross, Presidential Press Secretary, the only other person present at the talk, according to Secretary Wallace. The White House talk was a result of a recent speech by Secretary Wallace in New York which was interpreted as evidence of a split among cabinet members as to the foreign policy the U.S. should follow. Ending rumors that he might resign, or be asked to resign, Secretary Wallace read a short statement to 150 newsmen gathered for the occasion, disclosing that he will make no public statements until after the Paris Peace Conference.

Press Photographs - 5 x 7s

Print 1. June 27, 1948. Nashua, New Hampshire. Mass Meeting. "Mass Meeting, Progressive Party of New Hampshire."

Print 2. June 27, 1948. Manchester, New Hampshire. Founding Convention, Hotel Carpenter. "Founding Convention, Prgoressive Party of New Hampshire."

Print 3. June 27, 1948. Manchester, New Hampshire. Founding Convention, Hotel Carpenter. "Founding Convention, Progressive Party of New Hampshire."

Print 4. June 27, 1948. Manchester, New Hampshire. Founding Convention, Hotel Carpenter. "Founding Convention, Progressive Party of New Hampshire."

Print 5. June 27, 1948. Manchester, New Hampshire. Founding Convention, Hotel Carpenter. "Founding Convention, Progressive Party of New Hampshire."

Negative 13. January 24, 1945. Washington, D.C. Jesse Jones at Commerce Hearing. "This is a candid view of Jesse Jones, ousted Secretary of Commerce as he testified before Senate Commerce Comittee Hearing."

Negative 15. January 25, 1945. Washington, D.C. Henry Wallace Testifies. "Surrounded by photographers, Henry A. Wallace begins his testimony before the Senate Commerce Committee. Members of the committee, at right, are (left to right): Senators Guy Cordon, Oregon; Edward V. Robertson, Wyoming; Alexander Wiley, Wisconsin; Harold Burton, Ohio; and Josiah Bailey, Chairman, standing."

Negative 16. January 25, 1945. Washington, D.c. Wallace Willing to Drop RFC. "Former Vice-President Henry A. Wallace, waves cheerfully as he began his statement before Senate Commerce Committee. Wallace told the committee and an overflow audience that he is 'willing to carry on the job of Secretary of Commerce until the war ends' even if the Congress does take away the department's vast loan powers."

Negative 18. September 19, 1946. Washington, D.C. Wallace Leaves White House After Talk with Truman. "Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace leaves President Truman's office in the White House after their talk on September 18. In the background is Charles Ross, Presidential Press Secretary, the only other person present at the talk, according to Secretary Wallace. The White House talk was a result of a recent speech by Secretary Wallace in New York which was interpreted as evidence of a split among cabinet members as to the foreign policy the U.S. should follow. Ending rumors that he might resign, or be asked to resign, Secretary Wallace read a short statement to 150 newsmen gathered for the occasion, disclosing that he will make no public statements until after the Paris Peace Conference.

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (April, 1963)

Print 1

Print 2

Print 3

Color Print 4 -- 50

Negative 15

Copy Negative 16

Negative 50

Panajachel, Guatemala (February 26, 1964)

Color Slide 1. Panajachel is on Lake Atitlan, 1000 below. "Maria Cum and 3 year old Miguelito. She was taking firewood home and stopped to rest."

Color Slide 2. "Truck garden of Ignacio Vuch, 46 years old."

Color Slide 3. "Ignacio Vuch saves beans for seed, bean poles rear."

Color Slide 4. "10 in family eat 100 pounds corn a week, Ignacio Vuch with daughter Teresa, 18, and granddaughter, Niela."

Color Slide 5. "Ignacio Vuch's daughters Nila, 20, standing, and Felician, 13."

Color Slide 6. "Garden is off street leading to Hotel Monterrey - path in front of "Casita Feliz" - Ignacio Vuch has peaches, oranges, coffee."

Color Slide 7. "Ignacio Vuch has beans right under peach tree; onion, garlic, and cabbage."

Color Slide 8. "Ignacio Vuch harvests good onions - uses 16-20-0 (?) rate of 500 pounds per acre, on everything."

Color Slide 9. "Sandy soil is moist from irrigation, community ditch is 1 1/4 miles long here, river flooded land 11 years ago, depositing sand on top."

Color Slide 10. "Strawberries are good money crop - plants are 12" apart each way. Ignacio Vuch goes to coast to plant corn June (1/2 - 1 acre) when rains hit Panajachel. Rains bring "arjenio" (fungus)."

Color Slide 11. "Ignacio Vuch and daughters keep garden cultivated and weed free. He pays 100 ears corn ren per 1/10 acre. When he goes to coast, yield is 3000 pounds/acre.

China-Siberia Trip (1944)

Print 1 -- 17

Print 18. "Temple Bridge, Hsing Lung Shan"

Print 19. "Ulan Ude"

Print 20. "Ulan Ude"

Print 21

Print 22

Print 23. "'Standard' of Chinggbis Khan, Hsing Lung Shan"

Print 24. "Hsing Lung Shan, near Lauchow"

Print 25

Print 26. "Hsing Lung Shan, near Lauchow"

Print 27 -- 44

Print 45. "Where Chinggbis Khan relics are kept, Hsing Lung Shan, near Lanchow"

Print 46

Print 47. "Temple decoration, Hsing Lung Shan, near Lanchow"

Print 48. "Temple decoration, Hsing Lung Shan, near Lanchow"

Print 49 -- 56

Print 57. "Rest house, Lanchow"

Print 58 -- 74

Print 75. "Fairbanks"

Print 76

Print 77. "Ulan Ude"

Print 78 -- 107

Print 108. "Red Dawn collective, Irkutsk"

Print 109. "Loess cave dwelling, Kansu"

Print 110 --113

Print 114. "Weeding, Kansu"

Print 115 -- 133

Print 134. "Berelekh"

Print 135 -- 139

Print 140. "Tobacco, Szechwan"

Print 141 -- 156

Soviet Asia Trip (1944) Illustrations for "My Views on Soviet Asia" by Henry A. Wallace.

Document A. Cover Page for Illustrations for "My Views on Soviet Asia" by Henry A. Wallace.

Document B. Copy of Russian language East Siberian Pravada, published in Irdutsk, June 4, 1944. Vice President Wallace speech on Front Page.

Document C. Copy of Burgat language newspaper, Burgat-Mongal UNEN, June 4, 1944. Vice President Wallace speech on Front Page.

Document D. Photostat of Russian Language Burgat-Mongolian Pravada, June 4, 1944. Vice President Wallace speech on Front Page.

Print 1. Colonel Ilya P. Mazuruk, Russian air ace. Colonel Richard T. Kight, American air ace.

Print 2. The "Big-Three" at Teheran, as painted by a local artist at Seimchan in Northeast Siberia.

Print 3. Placer gold mine in Kolyma field where gold is dug up and piled in winter, washed in the summer.

Print 4. Members of the Mission with Russian escorts on the steps of the Party Headquarters in Seimchan, northeast Siberia.

Print 5. A hesitant handshake with the Russian miners at the Kolyma gold fields of Dalstroi, northeast Siberia.

Print 6. With Colonel Ilya P. Mazuruk.

Print 7. Under the Skymaster -- Members of the mission with Russian escorts.

Print 8

Print 9. With General Ilya S. Semeonov.

Print 10. Has become separated from the rest. Very similar to Print 7 and Print 8. Members of the mission with Russian escorts.

Print 11. With Ivan Nikishov, Dalstroi's "Boss," at Magadan

Print 12. Stockpile of land-lease goods on wharf at Magadan (stockpiles like these were built up all over Soviet Siberia, preparing for Russian entry into Pacific war against Japan in 1945).

Print 13. Has become separated from the rest. Photo of Henry A. Wallace standing amongst three other men in what appears to be a construction site. Mr. Wallace is holding something in his right hand.

Print 14. Russian landscape painting in embroidery, done with colored threads by Mrs. Ivan Nikishov at Magadan, northeast Siberia. Gift painting, one of two, now in Washington home.

Print 15. Check on motor before duck hunting, Seimchan

Print 16. Sgts. Cooper, Minkoff, Robitaille, Russian Capt. and Y.M.C.A. boy. Starting on our duck hunting.

Print 17. Scenery on teh Kolyma River where we had our duck hunting.

Print 18. The results of 2 shotguns, one 30 calibre rifle, one 43 calibre automatic pistol and everything we could call it.

Print 19

Print 20

Print 21. Sgt. Minkoff and a cake baked in the form of a book at the hut where we stayed in Seimchan. Note Central Asian rug on the wall.

Print 22. Sgt. Robitaille cuts the cake.

Print 23. Sgt. Cooper eyes the cake.

Print 24. Left to right, back row - Cooper, Russian Col. whose name in English means Stocking, a pilot; Capt. Wagner our navigator; Major Svetlichnik, the Russian navigator; Minkoff, Sgt. Mazarox, the Russian radio operator; front row - Sgt. Robitaille, Lt. Golkowske, our co-pilot; Russian Lt. flight engineer.

Print 25. Dacha where we stayed at Irkutsk.

Print 26. Sgt. Barrett trying to make friends. It looks like his buddy is afraid of the camera. Couldt hat be a beer growler he's holding?

Print 27. Minkoff, Robitaille, Barrett and the girls who took care of our rooms at Semipalatinsk.

Print 28. With the girls in the Park Kultury at Senipalatinsk.

Print 29. Minkoff and Golkowske taking a shower in the Commissar's fountain at Tashkent.

Print 30. Lt. Golkowske, co-pilot in Usbek robe.

Print 31. Sgt. Minkoff in Uzbek robe.

Print 32. Robitaille in Mongol robe, note ivory chop sticks and knife hanging by right hand and little tea box hanging by left leg.

Print 33. Cooper all dressed up and no place to go, at the flying field in Urumchi.

Print 34. A wayside shrine on the way up to the tomb of Genghis Khan.

Print 35. The tomb of Genghis Khan, about 40 miles north of Lanchow. Note guardians of the tomb kneeling inside doorway, and wearing modern fedoras.

Print 36. Hostel opposite the tomb of Ghengis Khan.

Print 37. The welcome Arch at Urumchi.

Print 38. The tomb of Ghengis Khan, Lanchow.

Print 39. Has become separated from the rest. Photo of a building with a tile roof and a banner across the front reading "Welcome to Mr. Wallace." There is a guard standing beside each side of the entrance.

Print 40. Mountain range of scrap metal --- war-wrecked German tanks, 8,000 miles east of Berlin, at Komsomolsk, where steel mills made armor plate for warships to use against Japan. Converted at Komsomolsk these "goliths" of the Wehrmacht helped make the bombers that blasted Manchuria's forts when Red Army struck in August 1945.

Print 41

Print 42. Native Buryat woman, Opera Singer at the Ulan-Ude Opera, singing auia in the Buryat Opera Bair, or Happiness.

Print 43

Print 44. Solo on native instrument, in the Buryat Opera Bair.

Print 45. Dramatic moment in the Buryat Opera, Bair, staged at Ulan-Ude.

Print 46. Native Buryat dances presented at the Ulan-Ude Opera.

Print 47

Print 48. Has become separated from the rest. This photo is similar to Print 46 and Print 47. Native Buryat dances presented at the Ulan-Ude Opera.

Print 49. Log cabins at Shushenskoye Selo, Russia's Mount Vernon, on the banks of the Uenisei, where Lenin lived for three years in exile.

Print 50. Bust of Lenin, Anywhere in Russia.

Print 51. Has become separated from the rest. Possibly similar to Print 49. Log cabin at Shushenskoye Selo, Russia's Mount Vernon, on the banks of the Uenisei, where Lenin lived for three years in exile.

Print 52. Nursery School, Anywhere in Russia.

Print 53. Story telling hour with the kids at a Siberian kindergarten.

Print 54. Story telling hour with the kids at a Siberian kindergarten.

Print 55. Has become separated from the rest. Similar to Print 52, Print 53, Print 54. Nursery school, anywhere in Russia

Print 56. Wild Flower girl with posies picked on a June day along the Yenisei, after an overnight boattrip down river.

Print 57

Print 58. A June day with belles of Siberia, and Owen Lattimore in a gay mood among the wild flower girls along the Yenisei.

Print 59

Print 60. Timber Road erosion on the banks of the Yenisei. A hot day in June makes the Russian escorts strip to waist.

Print 61. Tug boat along the Yenisei.

Print 62. Water system set going at a collective farm village in Siberia.

Print 63. Old fort at Yakutsk.

Print 64. Siberian farm house, Irkutsk Region, Red Dawn collective farm.

Print 65

Print 66. Has become separated from the rest. Similar to Print 64 and Print 65. Siberian farm house, Irkustk Region, Red Dawn collective farm.

Print 67. Farm wagon in Siberia, Irkutask Region.

Print 68. Village street in the Red Dawn Collective farm. Irkutsk region.

Print 69. Has become separated from the rest. Similar to Print 67. Farm wagon in Siberia, Irkutsk Region.

Print 70. Has become separated from the rest. Similar to Print 68 and Print 71. Village street in the Red Dawn Collective farm, Irkutsk region.

Print 71. Has become separated from the rest. Possibly a cropped portion of Print 68. Similar to

Print 70, too. Village street in the Red Dawn Collective farm, Irkutsk region.

Print 72. Has become separated from the rest. Picture of seven young girls on a village street in the Red Dawn Collective farm, Irkusk region.

Print 73. In winter dress, but full of the spring atmosphere.

Print 74. Simmenthaler cattle are much used in Siberia.

Print 75. The air crew get a workout in a victory garden at Komsomlsk.

Print 76. What they were looking at across the garden (in Print 75).

Print 76a. Has become separated from the rest. Picture of a jeep full of men with cameras and several men surrounding the jeep with cameras as well.

Print 77. Has become separated from the rest. Photograph of several men, including Henry A. Wallace, digging and hoeing a plot of land.

Print 78. Wisconsin type silo at a collective farm in Buryat-Mongolia.

Print 79. Buryat collective farm woman tunes up for concert at noon day.

Print 80. Collective farmer among Buryats, near Ulan-Ude, has four sons in the Red Army.

Print 81. Buryat collective farmer.

Print 82. Russian woman doctor among the Buryat, at a collective farm near Ulan Ude.

Print 83. Captain Kenneth Knowles among the Buryat women, dressed in Chinese silk gowns of pre-revolutionary vintage.

Print 84. Buryat women, Character types, in native costume.

Print 85

Print 86. Has become separated from the rest. Similar to Print 84. Buryat women, character types, in native costume (close-up).

Print 87. Drinking the festive bowl of kumis among the Kazakhs in a nomadic sheep ranch. The Kazakn woman is a veterinarian.

Print 88

Print 89

Print 90. Has become separated from the rest. Similar to Print 87, Print 88, Print 89. Henry A.Wallace drinking the festive bowl of kumis among the Kazakhs in a nomadic sheep ranch. The Kazakh woman is a veterinarian.

Print 91. The camel of the Kazakh steppe country.

Print 92

Print 93. Milking a Kazakh mare. These mares are milked every two hours.

Print 94. View of a Yurt with canvas felt removed, ready to decamp for fresh pastures.

Print 95. A desert kitchen and camp wife of Uzbek herdman.

Print 96

Print 97. Has become separated from the rest. Blood pudding for sheep's ears and brain ceremony.

Print 98. Mongolian short bow, made of horn and bent wood, used by warrior horsemen of Genghis Khan, with short bow they could shoot arrows from horseback, and thus were able to conquer Europeans armed only with long bow. Gift of Mongols at Ulan Bator.

Print 99. Mongol type.

Print 100. Central Asian women.

Print 101. With Anna Stepanovna Piribinus, Mayor of Balkhash, at the copper-smelting town in Kazakhstan desert.

Print 102. New Motion picture palace in the city of Tashkent, Central Asia.

Print 103. Rhubarb at Grand Prairie, Alberta, Canada. Peace river country (rhubarb grows wild in Outer Mongolia).

Print 104. With Dr. Albrecht, director of the Beaver Lodge Experiment station, Alberta, Canada.

Print 105. Sapling cleared by Albright's bull-dozer, Grand Prairie.

Print 106. Bull-dozed saplings at Grand Prairie.

Print 107. Cover adjacent to road average or medium (Alaska Highway).

Print 108. Bull-dozing saplings at Grand Prairie, Canada.

Print 109

Print 110. Breaking plow --- two bottom.

Print 111. Has become separated from the rest. Photograph of what appears to be a water wheel and a small shed, probably in Grand Prairie, Canada.

Print 111a. Has become separated from the rest. Photograph is similar to Print 108. Bull-dozing saplings at Grand Prairie, Canada.

Print 111b. Lacombe, South Central Alberta, Canada. "This machine was cutting willow growth near Lacombe."

Print 112. Driveway at the fartheast north Dairy, Fairbanks, Alaska. Mr. Cramer and his wife.

Print 113. Mr. Cramer and his wife.

Print 114. Pit silo at Fairbanks, Alaska. Similar type in use at Magadan in northeast Siberia, both places in zone of permafrost.

Print 115. Information bureau at Ladd Field, Fairbanks, where lend-lease war planes transferred to Russian pilots who flew them across Siberia during war.

Print 116. Cooper, Barrett amd Robitaille at the hostel in Chengtu.

Print 117. Cooper, Robitaille and Minkoff, a friendly duel on the grounds of the hostel in Chengtu.
Negative 1. "Colonel Ilya P. Mazuruk, Russian air ace," and "Colonel Richard R. Kight, Americanair ace"

Negative 2. "The 'Big-Three' at Teheran, as painted by a local artist at Seimchan in Northeast Siberia."

Negative 3. "Placer gold mine in Kolyma field where gold is dug up and pile in winter, washed in the summer."

Negative 4. "Members of the Mission with Russian escorts on the steps of the Party Headquarters in Seimchan, northeast Siberia."

Negative 5. "A hesitant handshake with the Russian miners at the Kolyma gold fields of Dalstroi, Northeast Siberia."

Negative 6. "With Colonel Ilya P. Mazuruk"

Negative 9. With General Ilya S. Semeonov

Postcard 1. 1929 (?). Vienna, Austria

Postcard 2. 1929 (?). Vienna, Austria

Henry A. Wallace (Various Poses)

Print 5. 1940's ?

Print 6. June (?) 1944. "Henry A. Wallace and unknown person (Carson Chang?). Chang is his family name and 'Carson' is his Western first name, not part of his Chinese 'name.'" Chung King (?), China

Print 20. Henry A. Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture

Print 22. Henry A. Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture

Print 23. Sibley, Iowa. "Henry A. Wallace speaking in Sibley, Iowa" (from Francis Herron Papers, June 5, 1979).

Print 24. "Henry A. Wallace standing with a group of unknown men."

Print 25. "Henry A. Wallace with wife, Ilo."

Print 26. "Henry A. Wallace with Mexican Ambassador to U.S."

Print 27. "Henry A. Wallace with an unidentified man."

Copy Negative 1. Henry A. Wallace and his grandfather

Negative 2. Early 1930's. Raymond Baker and Henry A. Wallace

Negative 3. Early 1930's. "Henry A. Wallace inspecting hybrid corn in the Des Moines area."

Negative 4. 1933 (?). "Henry A. Wallace, 'Spike' Evans, Jim Russell" (gift of Michigan State University).

Negative 10. 1948. "Caricature of Henry A. Wallace by Jack Rosen"

Negative 15. c. 1960. Mexico. "Henry A. Wallace exiting plane in Mexico."

Negative 18. 1963 (?) "Henry A. Wallace" (U.S.D.A. Office of Information)

Negative 19. February 1964 (?)

Negative 20. Henry A. Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture

Negative 22. Henry A. Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture

Negative 23. Sibley, Iowa. "Henry A. Wallace speaking in Sibley, Iowa" (from Francis Herron Papers, June 5, 1979).

Negative 24. "Henry A. Wallace standing with a group of unknown men."

Negative 25. "Henry A. Wallace with wife, Ilo."

Negative 28. Henry A. Wallace and Eleanor Roosevelt (negative lacks Morgenthau)

Negative 29. "Henry A. Wallace with Clyde Herring and Nelson Kraschel"

Negative 31. Henry A. Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture
Copy Negative 32. Henry A. Wallace signing document

Negative 37. "Henry A. Wallace"

Negative 38. "Photograph of Harry S. Truman at White House in outdoor viewing line, Henry A. Wallace in line passing President Truman."

Negative 39. "Photo of Henry A. Wallace, autographed. Written to Marshall, possibly a young pen pal of Wallace's."

Brunn

Postcard 1. "In remembrance of F. Gregory Mendel, Austin friar and naturalist."

Postcard 2. Convent of the Austin friars, sphere of activity of the naturalist Gregory Mendel.

Postcard 3. "To the hundredth birthday of the famous naturalist Gregory Mendel (1822-1884)."

Postcard 4. Monument of the naturalist Abbot Mendel.

Postcard 5. Convent of the Austin friars, garden of experimenting of the naturalist Gregory Mendel.

Postcard 6. "Still-Life" in the convent garden of the Austin friars.

Postcard 7. "Still-Life" in the convent garden of the Austin friars.

Miscellaneous and Unidentified

Print 3. June 18, 1952. Perry G. Holden, taken the day he received his Honorary Doctors Degree of Agriculture.

Print 4. Dana J. Tinnes, Grand Forke, N.D.

Print 5. "Irish Thatched Cottage (Given to Henry A. Wallace by Mrs. Daniel A. Wallace)."

Print 6

Print 7

Print 8

Print 9. Latin America

Print 10. Latin America

Print 11. Latin America

Print 12. Latin America?

Print 13. Latin America?

Negative 1. 1934. "Christmas card from George Washington Carver."
Color Negative 2. 1934. "Christmas card from George Washington Carver."

Negative 6

Negative 7

Negative 8

Color Negative 14. c. 1970's. "Henry A. Wallace's birthplace near Orient, Iowa."

Budapest

Postcard 1. Royal Castle

Postcard 2. Church of Coronation

Postcard 3. Keszthely

Postcard 4. Royal Castle: Refectory

Postcard 5

Postcard 6. Parliment

Postcard 7. M. kir. Mezogazdasagi Museum. The largest agricultural museum in the world.

Postcard 8. M. kir. Mezogazdasagi Museum. The largest agricultural museum in the world.

Postcard 9. M. kir. Mezogazdasagi Museum. The largest agricultural museum in the world.

Postcard 10. M. kir. Mezogazdasagi Museum. The largest agricultural museum in the world.

England

Postcard 1. "Stonehenge, General View"

Hungary

Postcard 1. Interior of a Peasant House

Postcard 2. Ploughing

Postcard 3. Homeward

Postcard 4. Hay making

Postcard 5. At the drinking trough

Postcard 6. Weekly market on the Puszta Hortobagy

Postcard 7. Herd of pigs

Postcard 8. Shepherd of the Hungarian Prairie

Postcard 9. 1929 (?). Keszthely, Hungary

Postcard 10. 1929 (?). Keszthely, Hungary

Postcard 11. 1929 (?). Keszthely, Hungary

Postcard 12. 1929 (?). Keszthely, Hungary

Postcard 13

Albany, New York

Postcard 1. New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y. Life Group: Council of the Onondaga Turtle Clan. "Iroquois Indian Exhibit - Onondaga Council House."

Postcard 2. New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y. Life Group: The Mohawk Warriors. "Iroquois Indian Exhibit - Return of the Mohawk Warriors - Scene, Sprakers."

Postcard 3. New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y. "The Return of Hiawatha."

Postcard 4. New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y. Life Group: Harvest Time Among the Seneca. "Iroquois Indian Exhibit - The Corn Harvest - Scene, High Banks of the Genesee River."

Postcard 5. New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y. Life Group: Industry of the Oneidas. "Iroquois Indian Exhibit - Iroquois Industries - Scene, Nichols Pond, near Fenner."

Postcard 6. New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y. Life Group: The False Face Ceremony of the Cayugas. "Iroquois Indian Exhibit - False Face Ceremony - Scene, Cayuga Lake."

Postcard 7. New York State Museum, Albany, N.Y. Life Group: The Seneca Hunter's Family. "Iroquois Indian Exhibit - Seneca Hunter Group - Scene, Canandaigua Lake."

Prague 1929 (?)

Postcard 1

Postcard 2

Postcard 3

Postcard 4

Miscellaneous Postcards

Postcard 1. Ptolemaisches Planetarium

Postcard 2. Kopernikanisches (Copernicus) Planetarium

Lotte Jacobi Photos

Print 1. Farmers in field

Print 2. Theodore Dreiser (last portrait)

Print 3. Alfred Stieglitz

Print 4. Cat in window sill

Print 5. Central Asian peasant women

Print 6. Marc Chagall

Print 7. Marc Chagall and his daughter

Print 8. Albert Einstein

Print 9. Albert Einstein

Print 10. Albert Einstein

Print 11. Eleanor Roosevelt

Print 12. Deer in forest

Lotte Jacobi Envelope

Henry A. Wallace (Various Poses) - 8" x 10"

Print 1. 1920's [sic]. Henry A. Wallace and his grandfather

Print 2. Early 1930's (about 1933). Raymond Baker and Henry A. Wallace

Print 4. 1933 (?). "Henry A. Wallace, 'Spike' Evans, Jim Russell"

Print 7. June, 1944. China Trip. Identification of each person is attached.

Print 8. September, 1944. Syracuse, N.Y. (Rochester, N.Y.). "To our friend, Vice President Henry A. Wallace. Best Wishes for the years ahead." (Geo Rogers, Roy Bush, E.T. Thayer)

Print 9. c. 1945-1947. "Henry A. Wallace on the front lawn of the White House."

Print 11. 1948 (?). "Henry A. Wallace and Jack Rosen"

Print 12. 1950. "Henry A. Wallace speaking to Amos Carnegie, President of the Afro-American Cooperative Association, Inc."

Print 13. 1950. "Henry A. Wallace speaking to Amos Carnegie, President of the Afro-American Cooperative Association, Inc."

Print 14. 1957-1958 (?). "Clippings 1957-1958"

Print 15. c. 1960. Mexico. "Henry A. Wallace exiting plane in Mexico."

Print 16. c. 1960. Mexico. "Henry A. Wallace with two unidentified men."

Print 17. c. 1960. Mexico. "Henry A. Wallace with two unidentified men."

Print 18. 1963 (?). "Henry A. Wallace" (U.S.D.A. Office of Information)

Print 19. February, 1964 (?)

Print 28. Henry A. Wallace, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Henry Morgenthau, Jr.

Print 29. "Henry A. Wallace with Clyde Herring and Nelson Kraschel"

Print 30. "Ambassador from Colombia, Tree of Continental Solidarity"

Print 31. Henry A. Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture

Print 32. Henry A. Wallace signing document (Jack Rosen?)

Print 33. "Henry A. Wallace with unidentified man (on far left) and Earl N. Bressman (?) (on immediate left)."

Print 34. "Henry A. Wallace shaking hands with an unidentified man, man on his left is Earl N. Bressman (?)."

Print 35. "Henry A. Wallace shaking hands with Earl N. Bressman (?)."

Print 36. Henry A. Wallace

Print 40. Henry A. Wallace with ears of corn, Des Moines [Clyde Herring garage?]
Miscellaneous and Unidentified - 8" x 10"

Print 15. "Corn field in what appears to be mid-west America."

Cataloging for the Wallace photos. The numbers do not match the numbers in this inventory.

The Richards Collection of Henry A. Wallace

1. Opening Baseball Game - April 14, 1942. Pictured: Tom Connally, Hill, Charles McNary, Henry A. Wallace, Richardson, Harry Truman, Watkins, and Halsey.

2. Signed etching of Henry A. Wallace

3. Signed etching of The U.S. Capitol

4. Signed etching of The U.S. Capitol

5. Henry A. Wallace and Glen Taylor in 1948

6. Henry A. Wallace and children

7. Henry A. Wallace and Lena Horne

8. Henry A. Wallace with Chrysler workers

9. Henry A. Wallace, Edge of Campus, Berkeley, California

10. Henry A. Wallace and Evans Carlson of "Carlson's Raiders"

11. Henry A. Wallace, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Henry Morgenthau

12. Henry A. Wallace, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Henry Morgenthau

13. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Wallace in 1948

14. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Wallace in 1948, enrolling for voting.

15. Henry A. Wallace and Glen Taylor in 1948

16. Henry A. Wallace, Pete Seeger, and children

17. Herny A. Wallace in New York City on September 11, 1947

18. Henry A. wallace

Miscellaneous

1. Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Henry A. Wallace. Signed by Truman and Wallace.

2. Henry A. Wallace and group

3. Henry A. Wallace in Bolivia, April 1943. Pledging with unknown man.

4. Henry A. Wallace sitting with others in Peru in April 1943

5. Henry A. Wallace talking with officials in Bolivia in April 1943

6. Henry A. Wallace shaking hands with man in Bolivia in April 1943

7. Henry A. Wallace walking in Bolivia in April 1943

8. Henry A. Wallace dining in Panama in April 1943

9. Henry A. Wallace dining in Panama in April 1943

10. Henry A. Wallace in Panama in April 1943

11. Hans M. Hansen Jr. and Henry A. Wallace eating apples at Donald Chandler's house in New Gloucester, Maine .

12. Mrs. Rose Brown Bracy, Henry A. Wallace, Dr. W.C. Bridges, and Mrs. W.C. Bridges in St. Louis, Missouri on May 3, 1948.

13. Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands addressing the Congress of the United States on Thursday, August 6, 1942. Also pictured: Franklin Roosevelt, Henry A. Wallace, and others. Signatures of Queen Wilhelmina, Sol Bloom, Charles McNary, and others.

14. Photocopy of Henry A. Wallace and Mexican dignitary.

15. Henry A. Wallace with Franklin Roosevelt

16. Governor Jose Leon Chino

17. Henry A. Wallace

18. Sketch of unidentified building

19. Clay statue of Henry A. Wallace's head

20. Home of Henry A. Wallace

21. Henry A. Wallace with Andrei Gromyko (World War II era)

22. Dr. George H. Shull and other men on a farm

23. Dr. George H. Shull and other men on a farm

24. Henry A. Wallace, Dr. George H. Shull, and other men on a farm

25. Henry A. Wallace, Dr. George H. Shull, and other men on a farm

26. Dr. A. Franklin Shull, Dr. George H. Shull, and Dr. John W. Scholl

27. Henry A. Wallace

28. Henry A. Wallace

29. Henry A. Wallace

30. Henry and Ilo Wallace

31. Henry and Ilo Wallace

32. Home of Henry A. Wallace

33. Home of Henry A. Wallace

34. Negative of Dr. George H. Shull and other men on a farm

35. Negative of Henry A. Wallace, Dr. George H. Shull, and other men on a farm

36. Noel Sickles' ink drawing of Henry A. Wallace and farm

37. Cultivo de Maiz photographs

38. Negative of Henry A. Wallace and Charles Ross leaving White House after talk with Harry Truman. September 19, 1946.

39. Negative of Henry A. Wallace giving speech

40. Negatives of roll of film taken at Farvue Farm, So. Salem, New York. Circa 1959.

Oversized

1. Conservation Conference

2. Print of Vannevar Bush inscribed to Herny A. Wallace

3. Caricature of Henry A. Wallace

4. Henry A. Wallace with Panamanian officials, April 12, 1945.

5. National Labor-Management Conference, November 7, 1945. Includes signatures of members.

6. Portrait of Henry A. Wallace