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Airport dedication, Manhattan, Kansas

Airport dedication, Manhattan, Kansas
Date: April 19, 1953
A photograph of Mayor Richard Dean Rogers with United States Senator Frank Carlson and other dignitaries at the Manhattan Municipal Airport dedication, Manhattan, Kansas.


Andrew F. Schoeppel and Frank Carlson

Andrew F. Schoeppel and Frank Carlson
Date: August 19, 1959
Three photographs of United States Senators Andrew F. Schoeppel and Frank Carlson at Senate Interior Committee hearings. In the first photograph, Senator Schoeppel is on the left. Senator Carlson is second from the left. In the third image, Senator Schoeppel is in the front row, seated, on the right. Senator Carlson is seated next to him, front row, second from the right.


Comemorating the raising of the 34th star flag

Comemorating the raising of the 34th star flag
Creator: Schick, Jules
Date: February 22, 1961
A photograph showing Kansas U. S. Senator Andrew F. Schoeppel, far right; Governor John Anderson, second from right; and U. S. Senator Frank Carlson, far left, holding framed engravings of President Lincoln raising of the thirty-four star flag. The engravings were presented at the centennial commemorative ceremonies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Frank Carlson, Kansas Governor and United States Senator

Frank Carlson, Kansas Governor and United States Senator
Date: 1949
Portrait of Frank Carlson who was Kansas Governor from 1947 to 1950. He resigned as Governor on November 28, 1950 to become United States Senator. Carlson served as Senator from November 29, 1950 to January 3, 1969.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: December 30, 1959
Thirty photographs of Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kasnas, at a Youth for Christ meeting at the armory in Washington, D. C.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: December 01, 1955
Four photographs of Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kansas.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: March 2, 1962
A photograph of Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kansas, seated at his desk with the nation's capitol in the background. Born in 1893 near Concordia, Kansas, Carlson attended public schools and Kansas State University before serving in World War I. After the war, he returned to Concordia to farm. Carlson, a Republican, had a long and successful political career serving in the Kansas Legislature 1929-1931 and United States House of Representatives 1935-1947. In 1946, he was elected governor of Kansas and left office on November 28, 1950, when he was elected United States Senator. Carlson served in the United States Senate from 1950-1969.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: March 02, 1960
This is a photograph of Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kansas, with President Dwight D. Eisenhower at a prayer breakfast at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C. Eisenhower grew up in Abilene, Kansas.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: March 06, 1968
Two photographs of Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kansas, posed with the nation's capitol in the background, Washington, D. C.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: February 2, 1964
A photograph of United States Senators Frank Carlson, Kansas, and Strom Thurmond, South Carolina, with Col. John Eisenhower at the Freedom Foundation Luncheon.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: March 2, 1962
A photograph of Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kansas, seated at his desk in Washington, D. C. Born in 1893 near Concordia, Kansas, Carlson attended public schools and Kansas State University before serving in World War I. After the war, he returned to Concordia to farm. Carlson, a Republican, had a long and successful political career serving in the Kansas Legislature 1929-1931 and United States House of Representatives 1935-1947. In1946, he was elected governor of Kansas and left office on November 28, 1950 when he was elected United States Senator. Carlson served in the United States Senate from 1950-1969.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: April 1961
A photograph of Frank Carlson, Kansas United States Senator, with Secretary of State David Dean Rusk.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: June 16, 1960
Two photographs of Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kansas, and Rev. Billy Graham.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: September 21, 1961
A portrait of Frank Carlson, Kansas United States Senator. Born in 1893 near Concordia, Kansas, he attended public schools and Kansas State University before serving in World War I. After the war, he returned to Concordia. Carlson, a Republican, had a long and successful political career serving in the Kansas Legislature 1929-1931 and United States House of Representatives 1935-1947. In 1946, he was elected governor of Kansas and left office on November 28, 1950 when he was elected United States Senator. Carlson served in the United States Senate from 1950-1969.


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: March 19, 1956
Two photographs showing United States Senators Frank Carlson (left), Kansas; and Marion Price Daniel, Sr. (right), Texas; and Rev. Billy Graham (center).


Frank Carlson, United States Senator

Frank Carlson, United States Senator
Date: February 12, 1958
Three photographs showing Frank Carlson, United States Senator from Kansas, riding an elephant in Cambodia.


Frank Carlson, United States senator

Frank Carlson, United States senator
Date: October 2, 1967
A photograph of Frank Carlson, Kansas United States Senator, wearing a 33rd degree Scottish Rite prayer hat. Carlson belonged to the St. John Lodge at Concordia(Ancient Order of Free and Accepted Masons)and became a member of the Scottish Rite Valley of Salina on Nov. 18, 1937. He was honored with Knight Commander Court of Honour 32nd Degree on Oct. 21, 1947 and raised to 33rd Degree Oct. 19, 1953.


Frank Carlson, United States senator

Frank Carlson, United States senator
Date: December 30, 1959
Four photographs of United States Senators Frank Carlson, Kansas, and Henry Dworshak, Idaho, and Rev. Billy Graham at the International Youth for Christ dinner, Statler Hotel, Washington, D. C.


Frank Carlson and Everett Dirksen

Frank Carlson and Everett Dirksen
Date: April 6, 1965
A photograph of United States Senators Frank Carlson, Kansas, and Everett Dirksen, Illinois, in Washington, D. C.


Governer Frank Carlson

Governer Frank Carlson
Date: Between 1946 and 1950
This is a photograph of Kansas Governor Frank Carlson seated at his desk. A Republican from Concordia, Kansas, he served as governor from January 13, 1947 to November 28, 1950. Carlson resigned when he was elected United States Senator. He served as senator from November 29, 1950 to January 3, 1969.


Inaugural address of Governor Frank Carlson

Inaugural address of Governor Frank Carlson
Date: January 13, 1947
This is a copy of Kansas Governor Frank Carlson's inaugural address. Governor Carlson, a Republican, served from 1947 to 1950 when he resigned to become United State Senator from Kansas.


J. E. Foley to the Kansas Legal Control Council

J. E. Foley to the Kansas Legal Control Council
Creator: Foley, J. E.
Date: January 14, 1949
Topeka, Kansas resident J. E. Foley writes the Kansas Legal Control Council of Wichita concerning the repeal of the "Bone Dry" prohibition law originally passed in 1917. A more strict enforcement of the liquor law in 1946 prompted a discussion of its repeal. A proposition to repeal the law passed in the 1948 November general election. Mr. Foley voted for repeal. He claims drinking became more common under prohibition. He outlines his support of state-owned liquor stores verses local control of liquor by individual cities. Mr. Foley also considers the effect of such laws on the poorer classes. Similar letters sent to the governor consider prohibition in terms of religious or political affiliation, race, class, gender, age, or labor force. The state legislature passed the Liquor Control Act in 1949.


Reception line at Governor Frank Carlson's inauguration

Reception line at Governor Frank Carlson's inauguration
Creator: Kansas Government Journal
Date: Between 1947 and 1949
This is a photograph showing a reception line at Kansas Governor Frank Carlson's inauguration. The reception was held in the Kansas Capitol. Governor Carlson, a Republican, served from 1947 to 1950 when he resigned to become United States Senator from Kansas.


Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum presenting former Senator Frank Carlson with an award

Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum presenting former Senator Frank Carlson with an award
Date: January 31, 1987
This is a photograph showing United State Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum presenting former Senator Frank Carlson with an award at the Kansas Day banquet. Standing beside Senator Kassebaum is Governor Michael Hayden, Senator Robert Dole with a red bow tie, former Senator Frank Carlson and his grandson, Ed Rolfs Jr.


United States Senators from Kansas,  Andrew F. Schoeppel and Frank Carlson

United States Senators from Kansas, Andrew F. Schoeppel and Frank Carlson
Date: July 02, 1958
Four photographs of United States Senators from Kansas, Andrew F. Schoeppel and Frank Carlson, at a judiciary hearing to appoint a Kansas City, Kansas judge.


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