United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include biographical information, correspondence, legislative and committee materials (Appropriations, Energy and Natural Resources, and Small Business committees). Additionally, the collection includes materials concerning personal and office records, speeches and voting records, photographs, posters, audio visual materials, and ephemera.
Two typed letters, on U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary, letterhead, from Thaddeus H. Caraway to Judge J. N. Rachels, Searcy, asking support for Caraway's candidacy for U. S. Senate; typed carbon copy of letter [from Rachels] to Caraway.
Letter from U.S. Congressman Ben Cravens (D-AR) to Lee Jones of Magazine, Arkansas, regarding Cravens' support for legislation to restore benefits to survivors of Spanish-American War veterans, and support for World War I veterans benefits.
Materials concerning the 1952 Republican and Democratic National Conventions in Chicago.
Dollar attended both conventions and collected the materials, adding his own observations about the items and his experiences at the convention. All papers were published in 1952 unless otherwise noted. Numbers printed on the upper right corner of Dollar's typed notations were placed there by the author and are of no significance to the researcher.
Campaign packet distributed by the Draft Mills for President Committee, which was organized to support a campaign by U.S. Representative Wilbur D. Mills of Arkansas for President of the United States in 1972. The packet includes correspondence, a newsletter, campaign stickers and pins, and a volunteer form.
The collection is divided into twenty-one series. Materials include biographical data, correspondence, legislative and committee materials, personal and office financial records, speeches, press releases, posters, audio and video tapes, and ephemera.
The Joseph Taylor Robinson papers (primarily 1900-1937) contain correspondence, memoranda, speeches, legislative bills, business and financial records, legal files, scrapbooks, clippings, photographs, and other materials created or received by or pertaining to Robinson's life and career, especially to his service as U. S. Senator from Arkansas, 1913-1937.
Correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, photographs, and other materials pertaining to the life and work of Joseph Taylor Robinson, and supplementing the Joseph Taylor Robinson Papers, 1900-1937 (216 feet).
Documents, including printed materials and positive copies on glass plates, related to Gerald L. K. Smith, a right-wing politician and founder of the Christian Nationalist Crusade and the America First Party. Glass plate documents are partially, and possibly entirely, exhibits presented by Smith's manager, John Rinderman, possibly as part of testimony to Congress or to the FBI.