University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Papers of Lillian Cade, English graduate student and instructor at University of Illinois (1959-71), Chair of Champaign County Democratic Party, contain personal and political correspondence, committee and executive committee minutes, resolutions, platforms and bylaws, press releases, candidate and Champaign guides and reminders; newsletters; photographs; candidate, volunteer, voter officials, member lists; code speeches; speech, personal and campaign notes; maps; news clippings; receipts; and political memorabilia concerning: national, state, and county candidates and elections (1976-90), Terry Bruce (1985-90); Neil Hartigan (1986), Dan McCollum (1986-87), Helen Satterthwaite (1982-91); Paul Simon (1984-90); Alan Dixon; Laurel Prussing; Harry Tiebout; Jimmy Carter; Ronald Reagan; Cade Committee-man Campaigns (1976-89); Champaign County Democrat newsletter (1977-90); Champaign County Democratic Central Committee and Executive Committee minutes, (1980-90); Democratic ... Read More
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Papers of Clarence Arthur Berdahl (1890-1989), political science professor (1925-59) and chairman (1942-48) including correspondence; statistical and narrative reports by department and university committees; addresses, lectures and talks to professional and political groups; evaluations and recommendations of applicants for academic or government positions and related material. Correspondence concerns the American Association of University Professors (1945-58), American Political Science Association (1928-58), American Society of International Law (1940-58), Committee on Journalism School (1938-47), Political Science Department (1933-50), Graduate College (1933-58), Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations (1946-49), Midwest Conference of Political Scientists (1939-58), Midwest Seminar on U.S. Foreign Policy (1952-58), publishers (1927-47), University Senate (1932-49), Social Science Division (1934-39), Star Course (1956-59), Illinois Studies in the Social ... Read More
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
T.C. Power was a Montana merchandise, transportation, mining, ranching, banking, and real estate magnate; and U.S. Senator from Montana from 1890 to 1895. Collection (1868-1950) includes personal, business, and political correspondence plus financial and legal papers of many of his business enterprises. Collection documents Power's involvement in military and Indian trade, steamboating, freighting, stage coach lines, mail contracts, cattle and sheep ranching, mining, banking, bridge building, townsite development, and other enterprises.
The University of Queensland Library
Includes newsletters, how to vote cards, electoral letters and ephemeral material relating to local government elections in Queensland, mostly Ipswich and Sunshine Coast region. Excludes Brisbane City Council election material which is catalogued separately
University of Maryland
Correspondence, sample ballots, broadsides, publications, constitutions, and certificates documenting or discussing party polities and platforms; national and state political conventions; election results and expenses; candidate endorsements; political campaigns, in particular the presidential campaign of Wendell Wilkie; election district boundaries; Communist Party activities in Maryland and the District of Columbia; and the certification of the election of various officials. Among the political figures mentioned in the documents are Morris Soper, Benjamin C. Howard, Phillips Lee Goldsborough, and Reverdy Johnson
Minnesota Historical Society
Published reports (32 vols., complete); also includes report on presidential primary, March 20, 1956. Title beginning in 1972: Results of the Minnesota primary election
Connecticut Historical Society
A wrapper enclosed the votes for nominations taken 19 September 1775 by Eliphalet Hotchkiss, Oliver Curtiss, John Riggs and John and Edward Howd; the actual votes are not included. Also the votes cast for the town's electors for the 1860 election of President and Vice President in Derby. Six men received the same number of votes. Accompanying the voting results is the envelope, which notes that the document never reached the Secretary of the State due to lack of postage
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Letters written to Hambleton (1857-1893) concern politics, Reconstruction, economic conditions, Jefferson Davis's release, Hambleton's resignation from the House Ways and Means Committee, newly settled areas of the United States, and southern claims against the government for confiscated cotton. Family correspondence includes letters to Hambleton from his sons Poindexter, and Benjamin, a Deputy Collector of Customs in Arizona. Clippings concern politics; an article by Hambleton is about an 1810 Christmas dinner in Virginia
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of a microfilm copy of the correspondence of Archibald Willingham Butt from 1908-1912. The letters were written primarily by Butt to his mother, Pamela R.B. Butt, to his sister, Julia Butt (Mrs. John M. Slaton), and to Clara Butt; a few letters are to Butt from others, including Julia Ward Howe, author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Letters date from 8 April, 1908 to 27 February 1912. Topics discussed are Butt's service as a presidential aide; Presidents Roosevelt, Taft, and other officials; the personal relationship between Taft and Roosevelt; the Roosevelt and Taft families; social life in Washington, D.C.; life in the White House, including notes on its furnishings, portraits painted of Roosevelt and Taft, and visiting dignitaries; and the incident involving Secretary of the Interior Richard Ballinger and U.S. Forest Service chief Gifford Pinchot. Typed copies of most letters follow each original handwritten or typed letter. A few undated items and ... Read More
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
Correspondence, financial and legal papers, obituaries, histories, reports, a proclamation and a resolution