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Richard Nixon and the Honey Queen



Richard Nixon and the Honey Queen
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Title: Richard Nixon and the Honey Queen
Description: Richard M. Nixon welcomed by Barbara Bird, Honey Queen, and Wisconsin Governor Vernon W. Thomson with cheese package at the Oshkosh Airport.

Image ID: 2094
Creation
Date:
1958 ca.
Creator
Name:
Unknown
City, State: Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association : Records, 1875-1979
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
The images in this collection form part of the records of an organization formed in 1885 as the Wisconsin State Beekeepers Association to educate Wisconsin beekeepers about trends in honey production and to lobby on honey-related issues. The photographs include portraits of national and international beekeepers, apiaries, equipment, honey industry exhibits, and advertising materials, from the late nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries
Subjects: Presidents
Airports
Bee culture
Beauty contestants
Indoor photography
Men
Portraits, Group
Women
Governors
 

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Please Credit: Wisconsin Historical Society.

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