John Leonard Pilcher Papers, Series X: Photographs

John Leonard Pilcher Papers, Series X: Photographs

Descriptive Summary

Title: John Leonard Pilcher Papers, Series X: Photographs
Creator: Pilcher, John Leonard, 1898-1981.
Inclusive Dates: 1940-1964
Language(s): English
Extent: 3 box(es) (167 photographs)
Collection Number: RBRL/131/JLP_X
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: This series consists of photographs, primarily black and white, covering civic events Pilcher attended and various trips he made as a congressman. Because Pilcher played an important role in federal construction in his distriction, the series also includes views of the Moultrie post office and the town of Cavalry, among others. Among the some the more notable individuals appearing in the photographs are: Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert H. Humphrey, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Francisco Franco, and Chiang Kai-shek.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

John Leonard Pilcher was born in a two-room log cabin near Meigs, Georgia on August 27, 1898. Although Pilcher's father died when he was five, and Pilcher had to support his mother and two young sisters, he completed seven grades of public school and graduated from Massey Business College. In 1922, he married Dorothy Covington of Moultrie, Georgia. They had two sons: John Leonard, Jr., who in 1946, at the age of seventeen, was killed in a plane crash while serving as an ROTC air cadet at the University of Georgia; and Charles, who handled the family business while his father was in Washington.

Pilcher started working at the age of fifteen, and by the time he was twenty he was operating a small business. Involved in agricultural pursuits most of his life, Pilcher not only owned a farm, but expanded his holdings to include a general mercantile business, a fertilizer manufacturing plant, feed mill, corn elevator, cotton gins and warehouses, and a syrup canning plant. He was involved in many business organizations, such as the National Cotton Council and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, and served as the director of the Thomas County PEA (production and marketing). He also became president of the Bank of Meigs, Georgia.

At the age of twenty--one, Pilcher was elected mayor of Meigs. During the years 1921 through 1940, he also served as a councilman and a public school trustee. In 1940, he was elected to represent the Seventh District in the Georgia State Senate. After his term expired in 1943, he returned to Meigs and was elected to the post of county commissioner of roads and revenue for Thomas County, a position he held from 1943 to 1947. During this same period he also served as a member of the Agricultural and Industrial Board for the county (1944-1948). From 1948 to 1949, Pilcher was the Supervisor of Purchases for the state of Georgia, serving under Governors Thompson and Arnall. In 1953, Edward Eugene Cox, the congressman representing the Second District, died and a special election was held to fill his seat. In spite of a large field of candidates and his late entrance into the race for the position, Pilcher won the seat in a hardworking campaign by a 2,000 vote margin over his nearest competitor.

Pilcher was a member of Congress from February 4, 1953 to January 3, 1965. He started on the House Committee on Government Operations, serving on the committee from 1953 to 1954. After an attempt to gain a seat on the House Agriculture Committee failed, he accepted a seat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee where he served from 1955 to 1964. He was a member of the Subcommittee on the Far East and the Pacific and became chairman of the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy. Twice, in 1959 and 1961, Pilcher went abroad with other members of the subcommittee on Special Study Missions to oversee U.S. economic and technical assistance programs.

Pilcher did not run for reelection in 1964. Instead, he retired from his congressional career and took the post of Southeastern Regional Director of the Office of Emergency Planning. Pilcher died on August 20, 1981, at the age of 82.

Scope and Content

This series consists of photographs, primarily black and white, covering civic events Pilcher attended and various trips he made as a congressman. Because Pilcher played an important role in federal construction in his distriction, the series also includes views of the Moultrie post office and the town of Cavalry, among others. Among the some the more notable individuals appearing in the photographs are: Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert H. Humphrey, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Francisco Franco, and Chiang Kai-shek.

Organization and Arrangement

The photographs are arranged in loose chronological order.


Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

VII. Academies and VIII. Case Files are closed. Restricted files have been removed from II. Meigs Office, III. Miscellaneous File, and VI. Post Office and are housed separately from the rest of the collection.

Preferred Citation

John Leonard Pilcher Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia 30602-1641

Processing Notes

Scrapbooks, photographs, and artifacts were physically separated from the papers for preservation. Photographs were removed from scrapbooks wherever possible and replaced with Xerox copies. One series has been sampled.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

Before material from collections at the Richard B. Russell Library may be quoted in print, or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, in any publication, permission must be obtained from (1) the owner of the physical property, and (2) the holder of the copyright. It is the particular responsibility of the researcher to obtain both sets of permissions. Persons wishing to quote from materials in the Russell Library collection should consult the Director. Reproduction of any item must contain a complete citation to the original.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: September 2008.


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Subject Terms

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

X. Photographs

167 photograph(s)
This series consists of photographs, primarily black and white, covering civic events Pilcher attended and various trips he made as a congressman. Because Pilcher played an important role in federal construction in his distriction, the series also includes views of the Moultrie post office and the town of Cavalry, among others. Among the some the more notable individuals appearing in the photographs are: Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Hubert H. Humphrey, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Francisco Franco, and Chiang Kai-shek.
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X.3 JLP-PF-01 Donation of cotton bale ginned in Georgia to Democratic National Convention. Atlanta, Georgia (?), August 9, 1940. ((10 ½ x 13 ½) b/w)
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X.1 JLP-PF-02 Second Congressional Night, B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 15 Washington, D.C. [?], March 11, 1953. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-03 Portrait of Senator Walter F. George of Georgia, March 21, 1953. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-04 Luncheon at White House for new members of Congress, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1953. (b/w (8 X 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-05 Cherry Blossom Festival; Washington, D.C., April 4-9, 1953. (15 (8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-06 Cruise on U.S.S. Lake Champlain (CVA-39), April 25, 1953. (2 (8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-07 Visit to the United Nations; New York, New York, May 9, 1953. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-08 Atomic Cannon Test, Frenchman's Flat, Nevada, May 25, 1953. (2(8 x 10) b/w, (8 x 10) color)
X.1 JLP-PF-09 Ceremony Honoring Ann Wade, Winner of 4-H Club's National Achievement Award; Thomasville, Georgia, December 9, 1953. ((8x10) b/w)
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X.3 JLP-PF-10 Eisenhower, President Dwight D. – portrait. Washington, D.C., 1953. (2(11 x 14) b/w)
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X.1 JLP-PF-11 Faulk, Mary Lena, U.S. Women's Amateur Golf Champion, circa 1953. (2 (8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-12 Pilcher, John L., in Silhouette, at home (?) Meigs, Georgia (?), circa 1953. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-13 Camp, Congressman Albert Sidney, 4th District of Georgia- Portrait, circa 1953-1954. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-14 Georgia Congressional Delegation with others; Washington, D.C., circa 1953-1954. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-15 Wheeler, Congressmen Don, 8th District of Georgia- Portrait Washington, D.C., 1953-1954. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-16 National Council Reserve Officers Association Banquet Washington Hotel, Washingon, D.C., February 6, 1954. ((8 x10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-17 Civil Air Patrol Dinner Shoreham Hotel, [Washington, D.C. ?], May 5, 1954. ((4 x 5) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-18 Harbor Inspection for Joint Congressional Group and Lord Mayors of English (Great Britain) cities; New York, New York, May 9, 1954. (2(8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-19 Georgia Congressional delegation at Walters George's award ceremonies; Washingon, D.C., May 17, 1954. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-20 Marvin Griffen Homecoming Day; Bainbridge, Georgia, September 11, 1954. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-21 Barbecue for delegates attending Second District Nominating Convention J.L. Pilcher home, Meigs, Georgia, September 29, 1954. (4(8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-22 Post Office, Moultrie, Georgia, February 1955. (6(8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-23 Fifth Annual Livestock Show and Sale; Thomasville, Georgia, May 1955. (3(8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-24 Portrait of Senator Walter F. George of Georgia, July 30, 1955. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-25 Speech by Walter F. George to joint meeting to Rotary Club and League of Women Voters; Thomasville, Georgia, November 3, 1955. ((8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-26 Georgia Delegation at airport, [May 18-20, 1956?] ((8 x10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-27 Testimonial Dinner for Senator Walter F. George Radium Springs, Georgia, December 17, 1956. (2(8 x 10) b/w)
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X.3 JLP-PF-28 Pilcher, J.L. – portrait – Miller of Washington proofs. Washingon, D.C., circa 1956. (5(11 x 14) b/w)
X.3 JLP-PF-29 Swearing-in ceremony, 85th Congress, House of Representatives. Washington, D.C., January 3, 1957. ((11 x 14) b/w)
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X.1 JLP-PF-30 Visit by Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn to Georgia J.L. Pilcher home, Meigs, Georgia, October 17, 1957. (3(8 x 10) b/w)
X.1 JLP-PF-31 Calvary, Georgia, circa 1957. (b/w; 15 (3 x 4 ½).)
X.1 JLP-PF-31A Atlanta Kennel Club; Atlanta, Georgia, April 1958. (b/w; (2 ¼ x 3 ¼), 5(3 ½ x 4))
X.1 JLP-PF-32 Congressional Tour of New York City; New York, New York, May 1958. (b/w; 5(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-33 Visit to U.S. Military Academy and with Cadet Harold J. "Mac" Williams (of Albany, Georgia) West Point, New York, May 1958. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-34 Pilcher, John. L, giving speech; Post of Apalachicola, Florida, 1958. (b/w; (8 x 10).)
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OS1 JLP-PF-35 West Bainbridge (Georgia) high school visit. Washington, D.C. [poor condition - stuck to glass], 1958. (b/w; (12 x 20))
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X.1 JLP-PF-36 Swearing-in Ceremony, House of Representatives, 86th Congress Washington, D.C., January 7, 1959. (b/w; (9 x14))
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X.3 JLP-PF-37 NALI (National Agricultural Limestone Institute) – NALI banquet. Washington, D.C., January 21, 1959. (b/w; (11 x 14).)
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X.1 JLP-PF-38 Visit of Sandra Joan White, State Queen for Georgia in the finals at the National R.E.A (Rural Electrification Association) meeting Washingon, D.C., February 25, 1959. (b/w; 4(8 x 10))
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X.3 JLP-PF-39 Brooks County centennial celebration. Quitman, Georgia, March 30, 1959. (b/w; (11 x 14))
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X.1 JLP-PF-40 National Independent Dairies Association, Second Annual Meeting Willard Hotel, Washingon, D.C., April 12-15, 1959 ((1), b/w; 1(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-41 Cadet Wayne W. Lambert receiving intramural award – U.S. Military Academy; West Point, New York, June 2, 1959. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-42 American Library Association Luncheon Mayflower Hotel [Washingon, D.C.?], June 25, 1959. (b/w; 2(8 x 10).)
X.1 JLP-PF-43 J.L. Pilcher and Georgia representative to Girls Nation Magaret Wilson Washingon, D.C., July 1959. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-44 Post Office, Bainbridge, Georgia, August 1959. (b/w; 2(3 ½ x 5))
X.1 JLP-PF-45 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1959 Pacific Command Headquarters, Honolulu, Hawaii, October 22, 1959. (b/w; 3(8 x 10).)
X.1 JLP-PF-46 Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1959 Japan, October 25, 1959. (b/w; 15(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-47 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1959 South Korea, [5 folders], October 27-29, 1959
X.1 JLP-PF-48 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1959 Okiwana, October 30, 1959. (b/w; 3(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-49 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1959 Taiwan, Oct. 30, 1959 (b/w; 13(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-50 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 Vietnam, November 3-6, 1959. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-51 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 Philippines, November 6-7, 1959. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-52 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 Australia, Nov. 12, 1959 (b/w; 5(6 x 8))
X.1 JLP-PF-53 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 [Indonesia], November 16-17, 1959. (b/w; 9(4 ½ x 7))
X.1 JLP-PF-54 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 Thailand, November 17-19, 1959 (b/w; 4(5 x 7))
X.1 JLP-PF-55 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 India, November 20-22, 1959. (b/w; (7 x 9), 10(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-56 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 West Pakistan, November 22-24, 1959. (b/w; 6(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-57 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 Greece, November 28, 1959. (b/w; 6(5 x 7), 2(7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-58 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, 1959 Morocco, December 2-4, 1959. (b/w; 2(9 x 11))
X.1 JLP-PF-59 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission - Trip, Unidentified., 1959. (b/w; 5(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-60 Vocational Agriculture Meeting, January 25, 1960. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-61 Cub Scout Gerald Upton (Centerville, Virginia) presenting J.L. Pilcher with a Scout pin; Washingon, D.C., February 3, 1960. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-62 National Independent Dames Association – Georgia Representatives Washingon, D.C., April 4, 1960. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-63 Rose Festival Parade – Thomasville, Georgia, April 1960. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-64 Dedication of fall-out shelter at regional headquarters of Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization; Thomasville, Georgia, [October?] 1960. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-65 National Limestone Institute Convention; Washingon, D.C., 1960. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-66 Woman worker at Kennedy – Johnson presidential campaign booth, 1960. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-67 Visit of Miss Georgia, 1960 – 1961 (Miss Sandy Tally); Washingon, D.C., January 19, 1961. (b/w; (8 x10))
X.1 JLP-PF-68 Luncheon given by Congresswoman Iris Blitch in honor of Donald E. McGregor of Brunswick, American Bravery Award Winner ; Washingon, D.C., March 23, 1961. (b/w; (8 x 10))
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X.3 JLP-PF-69 Portrait of Congressman Robert G. Stephens, Jr., 10th District of Georgia., August 21, 1961. (b/w; (11 x 14))
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X.1 JLP-PF-70 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 San Francisco, California, October 24-25, 1961. (b/w; 3(5 x 6), 4(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-71 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Pacific Defense Command, CINCPAC Command Center; Honolulu, Hawaii, October 26, 1961. (b/w; 2(7 x 11), 4(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-72 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Taiwan [3 folders], October 31-November 3, 1961
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X.3 JLP-PF-72House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Taiwan [oversize], 1961.
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X.1 JLP-PF-73 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Vietnam. [5 folders], November 9-12, 1961
X.1 JLP-PF-74 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Thailand [3 folders], November 12-15, 1961
X.1 JLP-PF-75 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 East Pakistan, November 15-17, 1961
X.1 JLP-PF-76 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 India, November 17-21, 1961. (b/w; 10(8 x 10).)
X.1 JLP-PF-77 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 West Pakistan, Folder I. [7 folders], November 21-24, 1961.
X.1 JLP-PF-78 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 [Saudi Arabia], November 24-25, 1961. (b/w; 8(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-79 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Israel, November 28-December 1, 1961. (b/w; 4(7 x 9), 2(7 x 9 ½), (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-80 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Turkey, December 1-4, 1961 (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-81 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, 1961 Spain, December 4-8, 1961. (b/w; 13(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-82 House Foreign Affairs Committee Special Study Mission – Trip, Unidentified, 1961. (b/w; 6(5 x 7), 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-83 Portrait of Congressman G. Elliott Hagan, 1st District of Georgia Washingon, D.C., 1961. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-84 Sutherland, D.T. Machine Works and Foundry; Bainbridge, Georgia, circa 1961. (b/w; 3(3 x 4))
X.1 JLP-PF-85 Broadcasters Association, Georgia; Callaway Gardens, Georgia, February 27, 1962. (b/w; (7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-86 Post Office Dedication; Bainbridge, Georgia, November 18, 1962. (b/w; 3(3 ¼ x 4 ¼))
X.1 JLP-PF-87 Cub Scout from Ashburn, Virginia awarding Scout pin to J.L. Pilcher, [1962?] (b/w; (7 x 9).)
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X.3 JLP-PF-88 Powers, Jimmie, National Commander, American Legion – portrait. Washington, D.C.?, circa 1962-1963. (b/w; (11 x 14))
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X.1 JLP-PF-89 Reception in honor of Monroe Kimbrel, President of the American Bankers Association, February 25, 1963. (b/w; (7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-90 Dedication Ceremonies for the Columbia Dam and Lock and the Walter F. George Dam and Lock; Columbia, Alabama and Fort Gaines, George, June 14, 1963. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-91 Georgia Delegation for reapportionment discussions; Atlanta, Georgia, [July 1963] (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-92 Georgia Delegation at the White House; Washingon, D.C., August 22, 1963. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-93 Broadcasters Association , Georgia, [1963?] (b/w; (7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-94 Postmasters of Albany, Georgia; Albany Georgia, 1963. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-95 Tuten, Congressman James Russell, 8th District of Georgia – Portrait Washingon, D.C., circa 1963-1964. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-96 Portrait: Congressman Charles Longstreet Weltner, 5th District of Georgia Washingon, D.C., circa 1963-1964. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-97 Defense Authorizations Bill signing ceremony; Washingon, D.C., March 20, 1964. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-98 Banquet, undated. (b/w; 3(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-99 Blitch, Iris, Philip Landrum, and John L. Pilcher with members of the 4-H., undated. (b/w; 3(7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-100 [Cherry Blossom Festival?] [Washingon, D.C.?], undated. (b/w; 4(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-101 Forrester, E.L. and John L. Pilcher with group outside the U.S. Capitol; Washingon, D.C., undated. (b/w; 3(7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-102 4-H Club luncheon/dinner [Callaway Gardens, Georgia?], undated. (b/w; 3(7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-103 Georgia delegation at luncheon, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10).)
X.1 JLP-PF-104 Ground-breaking ceremony, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-105 Group at Military Airfield., undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-106 Group of Georgia Congressmen: James C. Davis, E.L. Forrester, Philip Landrum, Henderson Lanham, J.L. Pilcher., undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-107 Group photograph with John L. Pilcher; Pilcher making a speech, undated. ((2:1*+2), b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-108 Humphrey, Hubert H., and J.L. Pilcher; Atlanta, Georgia, undated. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-109 Landrum, Philip, and John L. Pilcher with hunting group, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-110 Moss Photo Service, Inc. of New York City – sample photographs, undated. (b/w; (2 x 3 ½), 2(3 ½ x 5 ½), 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-111 National Aeronautical Services Association; Washingon, D.C., undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-112 Pilcher, Dorothy and John L. Pilcher at aircraft factory, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
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X.3 JLP-PF-113 Pilcher, J. L. and Sons, Inc. Megis, Georgia, undated. (col.; (11 x 14).)
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X.1 JLP-PF-114 Pilcher, John L., taking oath; Atlanta, Georgia, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-115 Pilcher, John L., with American Legionnaire and unidentified man, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-116 Pilcher, John L., with group of unidentified men posing on steps, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-117 John. L. Pilcher with group outside the U.S. Capitol; Washington, D.C., undated. (b/w; (7 x 9))
X.1 JLP-PF-118 Portrait: Iris F. Blitch, Congresswoman, 8th District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-119 Portrait: Brown, Congressman Paul, 10th District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-120 Portrait: Davis, Congressman James C., 5th District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-121 Portrait: Davis, Congressman John W., 7th District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-122 Portrait: Flynt, Congressman John J., 4th District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-123 Portrait: Forrester, Congressman Elijah Lewis (E.L.), 3rd District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
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X.3 JLP-PF-124 Portrait: Johnson, President Lyndon Baines. Washington, D.C., undated. (b/w; (11 x 14))
X.3 JLP-PF-125 Portrait: Kennedy, President John Fitzgerald. Washington, D.C., undated. (b/w; (11 x 14))
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X.1 JLP-PF-126 Portrait: Congressman Phillip Landrum, 9th District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-127 Portrait: Lanham, Congressman Henderson, 7th District of Georgia., undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-128 Portrait: Pilcher, Dorothy, wife of John L. Pilcher. Washington, D.C., undated. (b/w; (8 x 10).)
X.1 JLP-PF-129 Portrait: Pilcher grandchildren, undated. (b/w; 2(3 x 5))
X.1 JLP-PF-130 Portrait: Pilcher, John L. – As Congressman, 2nd District of Georgia [Washington, D.C.?] – Folder I., undated. (b/w; 19(8 x 10), 5(11 x 14); neg. (8x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-130 Portrait: Pilcher, John L. – As Congressman, 2nd District of Georgia [Washington, D.C.?] – Folder II, undated.
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X.3 JLP-PF-130Portrait: Pilcher, John L. – As Congressman, 2nd District of Georgia [Washington, D.C.?] [oversize]
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X.1 JLP-PF-131 Portrait: Pilcher, John L. – As Congressman, 2nd District of Georgia – autographed. Washington, D.C.?, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10), (11 x 13 ½))
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X.3 JLP-PF-131Portrait: Pilcher, John L. – As Congressman, 2nd District of Georgia [oversize]
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X.1 JLP-PF-132 Portrait: Pilcher, John L. – As Director, Region 3, Office of Emergency Planning, undated. (b/w; 5(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-133 Portrait: Preston, Congressman Prince H., 1st District of Georgia, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-134 Portrait: Richards, Dick, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
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OS1 JLP-PF-135 Portrait: Roosevelt, Franklin D., undated. (b/w; (20 x 24))
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X.1 JLP-PF-136 Portrait: Russell, Senator Richard B., of Georgia, undated. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-137 Portrait: Talmadge, Senator Herman E., of Georgia, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
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OS1 JLP-PF-138 Portrait: Truman, President Harry S., undated. (b/w; (20 x 24))
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X.1 JLP-PF-138A Portrait: Valli, June; New York, New York, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10 ¼))
X.1 JLP-PF-139 Preston, Prince and J. L. Pilcher inspecting military aircraft, undated. (b/w; 2(8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-140 Store: Ross Stores, Inc., undated. (b/w; (3 ¼ x 5))
X.1 JLP-PF-141 Talmadge, Herman, John L. Pilcher and his wife Dorothy at banquet [Washingon, D.C. ?], undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-142 Two decorated mule – drawn wagons [Meigs, Georgia?], undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-143 Veterans with Richard B. Russell and J. L. Pilcher, undated. (b/w; (8 x 10))
X.1 JLP-PF-144 Herman Talmadge, circa 1950.
X.1 JLP-PF-145 [E. L. Forrester?, H. L. Lanham?] J. L. Pilcher, undated.
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X.2 Photographs stuck to glass [poor condition]

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