University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Correspondence files, legal documents, financial records, campaign/political materials, photographs, and personal affects of Joseph M. Dixon, with particular representation from his public service as U.S. representative and senator and Montana governor, as well as a national leader in the Republican and Bull Moose parties. Papers provide insights into Dixon's personal life, private political opinions and strategies, professional (both political and business) relationships, and actions on behalf of the early twentieth century's Progressive movement. Correspondents include Dixon's wife, Caroline, and other family members, as well as prominent Montana and national political figures, including Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. Topics include Theodore Roosevelt's 1912 Presidential campaign; the progressive/Bull Moose movement in Montana; changes in Montana and national Republican-Democratic Party dynamics resulting from the ... Read More
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Photocopies of newspaper clippings, House of Representatives Bill 56 of the 99th Congress, House of Representatives hearings on a comprehensive tax reform bill, survey results on a National Dividend Act, and transcripts of a television interview. The items relate to Perry's efforts to reduce the federal deficit and establish more equitable taxes
Arizona State University Libraries
The Ed Pastor papers document correspondence, reports, and budgeting records that Mr. Pastor compiled during his service to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors and as a representative from Arizona in the United States Congress
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, writings, reports, congressional testimony, newspaper clippings, printed matter, photographs, and other papers pertaining to Rivlin's career as an economist and government official. Documents her association with the Brookings Institution and the institution's Economic Studies Program, her work at the Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) as assistant secretary for program coordination (1966-1968) and for planning and evaluation (1968-1969), and her directorship of the Congressional Budget Office (1975-1983). Topics include aging, civil rights movements, economy, education, federal budget and deficit, health, income maintenance programs, program budgeting, public welfare, social experimentation, social policy and research, and social unrest in the late 1960s
Newberry Library
Copies, probably from 1859 and 1861, of two royal orders issued for the queen by Leopoldo O'Donnell, ministro de la Guerra y de Ultramar in San Ildefonso on Aug. 18, 1859 and in Madrid on Dec. 5, 1860, concerning requests from treasury officials for supplementary credit to cover raises for military salaries -- Order No. 800 of Aug. 18 specifies procedures for declaring a budget deficit, in this case, 169 pesos towards the salary of field adjutant Miguel de la Torre Trasierra. Order No. 1145 of Dec. 5 approves additional expenditures for increasing the strength of the artillery batallion, and outlines procedures for addressing other budget deficit situations. Included are acknowledgments by Philippine officials of the departments affected by the orders. Both copies are signed "Sanchez.".
University of Virginia
His original cartoons, 1959-1961, for the Baltimore Sun. Many pertain to the presidential election of 1960. Other topics include school closings in Arkansas and Virginia, civil rights and racism, national political parties including an alliance of Republicans and Southern Democrats, growing federal debt, nuclear arms race, nationalization of business and industry and the Daughters of the American Revolution
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, press releases, speech scripts, bill drafts, questionnaires, voting records and scorecards, legislative profiles, and other related material documenting Timothy J. Penny's service (1983-1994) in the U.S. Congress as a representative of southeastern Minnesota's first congressional district
Arizona State University Libraries
The Papers house articles, correspondence, petitions, and fund-raising material documenting Ms. Yrun's campaign bid to become the representative for congressional District 2. Although the collection extends from 1988 to 1991, the bulk of the material shows her campaign for Congress in 1991
University of California, Berkeley - Institute of Governmental Studies
Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley
National Library of Australia

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