Photographs of Frank S. Tavenner at House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), 1952; 1954
Three photographs of Frank S. Tavenner at HUAC.
|1952, 1954 [Bulk]|
|5 Cubic Feet|
Scope & Contents
This collection of photographs depict Frank S. Tavenner acting in various capacities as the government's counsel on behalf of the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) in 1952 and 1954. HUAC was an investigative committee formed by the U.S. House and charged with investigating subversive activities of private American citizens and organizations suspected of being connected to, or supportive of, communist or fascist activities.
Five black and white photographs.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2012 Law Library purchase from Historic Images, Memphis Tennessee, via eBay for $86.40.
|itemTavenner, Frank S. with Donald Appel, Chief Committee Counsel in Red Inquiry, 1952-02-25||Law Special Collections photographs cabinet|
|Tavenner, Frank S. (Counsel: Un-American Ace Commission) with Thomas Beak (Assistant to Tavenner), Mar-Apr 1952|
|Tavenner, Frank S. (Sub-committee Counesel), 3 May 1954|
|Tavenner, Frank S. with Donald Appel, Chief Committee Counsel in Red Inquiry, 25 Feb 1952|
|itemTavenner, Frank S. (Counsel: Un-American Ace Commission) with Thomas Beak (Assistant to Tavenner), 1952-03 - 1952-04||Law Special Collections photographs cabinet|
|itemTavenner, Frank S. (Sub-committee Counsel), 1954-05-03||Law Special Collections photographs cabinet|