The group had gathered for a dinner party given for Congressman Sam Hobbs and his wife. Frank and Ocllo Boykin gave each of the ladies a nylon nightgown produced by Vanity Fair Mills in Monroeville, Alabama.
These photographs were taken before and after Frank Boykin's funeral at the Dauphin Way United Methodist Church in Mobile, Alabama. The images show his pallbearers arriving in Mobile and later carrying his casket from the church building.
"A gift for Sam Rayburn -- Washington, D.C. -- As a 'reward for putting up with us for all these years' appreciative Democrats present Minority Leader Sam Rayburn (D. Tex.) with a new Fleetwood Cadillac sedan in ceremony on Capitol Hill today (Jan....
The Congressional Club is a social organization for the wives of congressmen in Washington, D.C. Ocllo Boykin, a member, is pictured in this register with the other wives of the Alabama congressional delegation.
This publication lists the Democratic members of the United States House of Representatives for 1937. These selected pages show the representatives from Alabama and give information about the committee on which Boykin served.
Shown here are the covers of the directory, a page listing the state delegations, the pages featuring the 1959 United States senators and representatives from Alabama, and a page about the new design of the United States flag after adding Alaska.
This program includes an introduction about the festival, a schedule of events, and pictures of some of the contestants in the Cherry Blossom Queen pageant. Ocllo Smith, Boykin's granddaughter, represented Alabama in 1959.
In this article Boykin describes hunting and fishing in southern Alabama, particularly on his hunting preserve in McIntosh. Also included is an image of Boykin with an enormous fish that he caught: "Alabama's Representative Frank W. Boykin rates...