Heinz, John, 1938-1991.Carnegie Mellon University - Specialized Collections529+ boxes (646+ linear ft.) +Congressional papers contain manuscript material, photographs, audio-visual material and memorabilia that document John Heinz' career in the U.S. House of Representatives (1971-1976) and U.S. Senate (1977-1991). The manuscript material includes correspondence, memos, reports, speeches, press releases, briefing books, newsletters, administrative files, bill sponsorship, voting records, legislative assistants' and directors' files, committee files and other printed material that reflect the issues and activities surrounding Heinz' tenure as a member of Congress. The special materials document Heinz' campaign and public relations activities and his participation in hearings, meetings, ceremonies, and radio and TV programs.Contact InformationRelated MaterialCatalog Record
University of Mississippi - Archives and Special CollectionsTyped description from image MPAP_b2_f17_008: "Chairmen of Senate Committees were called to a conference by Senator Majority Leader Alben W. Barkley, and asked to push work on various pieces of legislation now tied up in the committees. The Senators are pictured at the conference. Left to right (seated): Senator Henry F. Ashurst, of Arizona, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee; Senator Alben W. Barkley, of Kentucky, Senate Majority Leader; Senator Carter Glass, of Virginia, Chairman of the Education and Labor Committee; Senator Pat Harrison, of Mississippi, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee; Senator Robert F. Wagner, Chairman of the Banking and Currency Committee; Senator Walter F. George, Chairman of the Privileges and Elections Committee; and Senator Morris Sheppard, of Texas, Chairman of the Military Affairs Committee."Contact InformationItem Resolution URLCatalog Record
Blair, Henry W. (Henry William), 1834-1920.Dartmouth College - Rauner Special Collections Library1 envelope (32 items)Constitutional correspondence and personal and political correspondence of Blair while he served in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, representing New Hampshire. Includes several letters and documents concerning appointments to West Point.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Martin, John, 1833-1913.Kansas State Historical Society2 cubic ft. (2 boxes)Files containing correspondence clippings, and postcards of Democratic U.S. Senator John Martin. The correspondence largely concerns elections, the Republican and Democratic parties, his law practice, his involvement in the Tecumseh Town Association, and various matters regarding corporations. The files are organized loosely by date.Contact Informationmore descriptionCatalog Record
Fairfield, John, 1797-1847.Maine Historical Society6 linear ft. (12 boxes)Collection of letters as U.S. Representative (1835-1838); as governor (1839-1843); and as U.S. Senator (1843-1847).Contact InformationCatalog Record
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