CS_00/CS_06. Congressional and Political History
Found in 509 Collections and/or Records:
The Richard Ben-Veniste papers consist of legal documents, speeches, drafts, press releases, correspondence, and photographs related to the work of attorney Richard Ben-Veniste.
Letters regarding the National Federation of People's Party Clubs.
The archive includes 35mm negatives, contact sheets and prints from Bentley’s assignments, including his coverage of Bill Clinton, Newt Gingrich, Bob Dole and Bill Bradley in the 1990s.
Legislative files, correspondence, clippings, photographs, audiocassettes, and video recordings, 1994-2002, document the Congressional career and electoral campaigns of Kenneth E. Bentsen.
James Rumsey Beverley (1894-1967) was governor of Puerto Rico from January 1932 to August 1933. He also held the office of assistant attorney general of Puerto Rico from 1925-1927 and attorney general from 1927-1932. Correspondence, photographs, speeches, clippings and printed material document his life and work.
Papers primarily concern Farmer's Alliance and Populist activities in Lamar County, Texas, and include material on the national movements as well as personal correspondence.
Papers concerning William Coleman Bittner's search for a possible connection between Ferdinand Walsin Esterhazy of the Dreyfus Affair and Count Paul Oscar d'Esterhazy, namesake of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan.
Comprised of photocopies of correspondence, minutes, a resolution, and a speech, the Myron G. Blalock Collection, 1940-1947, documents Blalock’s political career.