Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
STOCKMAN, Lowell (1901-1962)

STOCKMAN, LOWELL, a Representative from Oregon; born on a farm near Helix, Umatilla County, Oreg., April 12, 1901; attended the public schools at Pendleton, Oreg.; was graduated from Oregon State University at Corvallis in 1922; engaged in agricultural pursuits in 1922; member of the Pendleton School Board and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission; elected as a Republican to the Seventy-eighth and to the four succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1943-January 3, 1953); was not a candidate for renomination in 1952; resumed farming until 1959; member of the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission, 1956-1959; vice president of Oregon Fiber Products, Inc., and treasurer of Pilot Rock Lumber Co.; moved to Bellevue, Wash., in 1959 and operated a trailer court until his death August 9, 1962; interment on University of Washington property near Pack Forest, Wash.

Oregon Historical Society
Research Library
Portland, OR
Photographs: In the Oregon Territorial Centennial celebration photograph album [graphic], 1948-1949, 1 volume.
Persons represented include Lowell Stockman.

Photographs: In the Photographs: STO (except Stone, A-Z) [graphic], n.d., 1 folder.
Persons represented include Lowell Stockman.


University of Oregon Library
Eugene, OR
Papers: In the Matthew Harris Ellsworth papers, 1943-1957. 5 feet.
Papers: In the Walter Harold Horning papers, 1937-1961, 3.5 linear feet.
Correspondents include Lowell Stockman.

Papers: In the Robert Sawyer papers, 1913-1953. 26 cubic feet.
Correspondence with newspaper publisher Sawyer relating to state and national politics. Finding aid in repository.