Photographic print of Bill Brock III. He served for a time as vice-president of the Brock Candy Company. In 1962, he was elected to Congress as a Republican. In 1970, he defeated Albert Gore, Sr. for a U.S. Senate seat. Lost his seat to Jim Sasser in 1976. Later served as U.S. Trade Representative and Secretary of Labor. According to the back of print, Brock was a Senator at this time. There is a stamp on the back with the name of the photographer and another stamp that says "The Post." Handwritten note says "2 Col Tonite P.1."