University of Cincinnati - Langsam Library
This collection of Bobbie Sterne's professional papers contains campaign materials, council reports and studies, neighborhood documents, and correspondence
Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library
Texas Woman's University - The Woman's Collection
Dallas civic and social leader who was elected councilwoman (1982) and became the first woman mayor of Dallas (1987). First female member of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Dallas. President of the National Women's Association of Symphony Orchestras, as well as many other organizations including educational, medical, religious, cultural, business and civic. Known for her volunteer and fund-raising efforts
Texas Woman's University - The Woman's Collection
CPA who was the first woman to be elected Comptroller in Houston (1977) and later the first woman mayor of Houston (1981-1985)
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
The collection is arranged in two series: Santa Fe Politics, 1984-1999 and "This Town Is Not For Sale!" Video Project (including the film DVD's), 1994-2000. The Santa Fe Politics series is a collection of news and magazine articles documenting events occurring in Santa Fe in the late 1980s and 1990s. This series deals with the growth of tourism and development in Santa Fe and the effect this growth had on the native Hispanic and Anglo population. There are articles on the racial tension and violence that surrounded the shooting death of Pancho Ortega and fears about continued violence during the Santa Fe Fiesta of 1993. The 1994 mayoral election is well documented with articles and information concerning former mayor Sam Pick, the mayoral front running candidates, Peso Chavez, Linda Durham, Tony Lopez, Roger Webb, and others, election events, precinct data, census and the Albuquerque Journal North opinion poll concerning Santa Fe. There are articles about Debbie Jaramillo's grass ... Read More
University of Iowa
The majority of this collection consists of correspondence related to Myrtilla Levin's work as mayor of Newton, Iowa, and as executive director of the Iowa Business Council
University of Iowa
The papers consist of numerous articles about Harvat from newspapers around the country and the world. The articles describe Harvat's business background, her political platform of ridding the city of bootlegging and gambling, and decisions she made while in office. There are also a few photographs of Harvat, one of her business partner May Stach, and one of the home Harvat shared with Stach
University of Houston
This collection is housed in 9 boxes and arranged in 6 series. Annise Parker's papers document her campaigns for elected office in the City of Houston from: City Council Race-Defeated-1991; City Council Race-Defeated-1995; City Council Race-Won-1997; City Council Race-Won-2001; City Controller Race-Won-2003; and City Controller Race-Won-2005. Material formats within these series range from newspaper clippings and video recordings to correspondence and typescript
University of Montana--Missoula,-- Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library,-- K. Ross Toole Archives
Mary Miller talks of her mother's life. Anne Brockway was divorced from her first husband in 1910, remarried, and eventually became mayor of Libby, Mont., and ran unsuccessfully for the state House of Representatives
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include her experiences as a member of the Columbia Falls city council from 1972 to 1978 and her subsequent work as mayor and as executive secretary of the local school board


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