Photograph Collections



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F3577:239(1–3)
Governor's Office Records
Edmund G. Brown, Jr.
Photographs. 1980–1982. 4 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic prints and negatives.

Official portraits of Governor Jerry Brown.


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F3757:2a–c, VB1:P25(1–2)
Governor's Office Records
Edmund G. Brown, Sr.
Photographs. 1959–1963. 10 items.

Arranged numerically. Format included is: photographic prints.

Official portraits of Governor Pat Brown and photographs of him being sworn in by Chief Justice Gibson in 1959 and 1963.


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F3757:55–58a
Governor's Office Records
George Deukmejian
Photographs. 1983. 7 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic prints, negatives, and color photographs.

Official portraits of Governor Deukmejian.


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F3757:8–9
Governor's Office Records
James Gillett
Photographs. 1910. 2 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic print and oversized photographic print.

Photographs of Governor Gillett at his desk in the Governor's Office and of a banquet given in his honor at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, December 29, 1910.


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F3757:43
Governor's Office Records
Hiram Johnson
Photographs. c.1911–1917. 17 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic prints and negatives.

Contains portraits of Hiram Johnson as Governor in the Governor's Office, as U.S. Senator, with his grandchildren, and with members of the California delegation to the 1912 Progressive National Convention.

Black and white photograph of Governor Hiram Johnson taken around the year 1912. The image shows Governor Hiram Johnson seated at a desk and writing with a pen.

















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F3938:56–60, F3757:3
Governor's Office Records
Goodwin Knight
Photographs. 1896–1955. 9 items.

Arranged numerically. Format included is: photographic prints.

Collection includes images of Knight as a baby, his mother, the house where he was born, his wife and children, his inaugural address (1–3–55), playing baseball, riding a bicycle, receiving a plaque concerning the Camelia Festival, and an official portrait as Governor.


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F3757:4, ODC2:15(18)
Governor's Office Records
Culbert Olson
Photographs. 1935. 3 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic prints and negative.

Official portraits of Governor Olson, one inscribed to his nephew Frank Olson and the other to Secretary of State Frank Jordan.


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F3757:6
Governor's Office Records
George Pardee
Photograph. 1934. 1 item.

Format included is: photographic print.

Portrait of former Governor Pardee inscribed to Secretary of State Frank Jordan.


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F3577:241–242, F3757:1, 50
Governor's Office Records
Ronald Reagan
Photographs. 1967–1974. 21 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic prints, negatives, and oversized color photographs.

Contains several portraits of Governor Reagan as well as images of the Governor at a social function with advisory groups, at press conferences, with Lt. Governor Reinecke receiving a set of commemorative pistols, and receiving a copy of the State Seal.


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F3757:7
Governor's Office Records
Friend Richardson
Photograph. c.1925. 1 item.

Format included is: photographic print.

Portrait of Governor Richardson.


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F3577:256, ODC2:15(17), F3938:61
Governor's Office Records
James Rolph
Photographs. 1931. 6 items.

Arranged numerically. Formats included are: photographic prints and oversized photographic prints.

Official portraits of Governor Rolph and a photo of the Governor meeting with the "Placerville 49ers" in his office. (Members of the "49ers" were descendants of Gold Rush era pioneers.)


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F3640:18100(1)–18433(8)
Governor's Office Records
Earl Warren Papers
Photograph file. (1875, c.1880, 1891, 1897, 1902, 1927, c.1930) 1936–1953. 2,575 items.

Arranged alphabetically by subject. Formats included are: photographic prints, color photographs, and negatives.

This series consists of photographs, the great majority of which were given to Governor Warren by members of the press and other news reporting media. A number were also sent to the Governor by private citizens. The photograph file documents a wide variety of Warren activities and is not limited to his gubernatorial years. Many photographs were used for publicity and political purposes and include a copy of Warren's first formal portrait at the age of three months, pictures of his parents, Warren as a young man, in uniform during World War I, as the District Attorney of Alameda County, and as father and family man. The largest number of photographs depict Warren in his varied activities as Governor and includes photos of Warren signing specific legislative measures, delivering addresses, campaigning for election or on the behalf of other candidates (such as Richard Nixon and Dwight D. Eisenhower, Bx 3, unprocessed), participating in state–sponsored programs and conferences, at dedications, special events, and other activities.

See Earl Warren Papers finding aid at the California State Archives for additional information.

This black and white photograph of Governor Earl Warren with his wife and five children was taken around the year 1943. The image shows the Warren family carrying their luggage and standing on the front steps of the California Governor's Mansion.



This black and white photograph of Governor Earl Warren with Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon was taken in 1952. The image shows the three men sitting together and having a casual conversation.


















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F3577:244
Governor's Office Records
Pete Wilson
Photograph. 1991. 1 item.

Format included is: color photograph.

Official portrait of Governor Wilson in the Governor's Office.


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