Photo gallery: Bob Dole in Salisbury
Published 1:00 pm Sunday, December 5, 2021
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Bob Dole, then-Charlotte mayor Pat McCrory and the Dole for Senate staff surround Elizabeth Dole as she speaks to those gathered at the Salisbury Depot-Photo by Joey Benton
Salisbury Post file photo - Bob Dole waves on the Handford Dole Red Cross float as he passes through the Square during a parade for the 250th anniversary of Rowan County.
Former Sen. Bob Dole walks away after the graveside service for his mother-in-law Mary Hanford in 2004. She was buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery. File photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post
A photo that Bob Dole gave Liddy shortly after their first lunch together on display in the Elizabeth Hanford Dole home during the OctoberTour. in 2016 photo by Wayne Hinshaw, for the Salisbury Post
WWII Veteran Frank Couch, from Mocksville, shake hands with Former US Senator Bob Dole during a special presentation of a purple heart medal to Couch. Photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
Former Senator Bob Dole campaigned in Salisbury for his wife Elizabeth Dole. He met and talked with people gathered at the Elizabeth Dole's State Headquarters on East Innes Street. Behind Dole is Buddy Waller, Joann Meyers, Bill Wallin, and Harry Miller. All are veterans. photo by Wayne Hinshaw, Salisbury Post
Bob Dole listens to his wife, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole give her concession speech at the Salisbury Depot. Kay Hagan defeated Dole. Photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.
Pallbearers roll the casket of Mary Hanford out of the First United Methodist Church in Salisbury on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2003. Hanford's son, John, and his wife Bunny Hanford follow behind with a funeral home official and former Sen. Bob Dole and Sen. Elizabeth Dole are at back. Photo by Jon
C. Lakey/Salisbury Post
Elizabeth and Bob Dole in their living room of their apartment. photo by Wayne Hinshaw
Elizabeth Dole in 2002 speaks to her supporters flanked by many of her staff and husband Bob Dole-Photo by Joey Benton
Salisbury Post file photo- Elizabeth Dole and her husband, Bob, hold a book signing at a bookstore in the Ketner Center.
Bob Dole, a sharp-tongued Senate leader from Kansas, a Republican presidential candidate and husband to Salisbury’s Elizabeth Dole died Sunday at the age of 98.
Here are Salisbury Post archived photos of Bob Dole in Salisbury and Rowan County.