Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Lee W. Metcalf (1911-1978) served as a Montana state congressman, state assistant attorney general, World War II soldier and military prosecutor, and a Montana Supreme Court Associate Justice between 1937 and 1952. From 1952 to 1961, he held Montana’s First District U.S. Representatives seat. In 1961, he became a U.S. Senator, serving until his death on January 12, 1978. The photographs in this collection depict all aspects of Metcalf’s life and service in public office, including images of his time in various Montana government offices, as a U.S. Congressman, and as a U.S. Senator. Images from Metcalf’s personal life are included, showing Metcalf’s ancestors from Maine and Massachusetts; his early life and school days; his wife Donna and their son Jerry; Metcalf’s parents and their family; and scenes from his regular life outside of public office. The bulk of the collection is focused on the later part of his term as a U.S. Congressman, through his many years in the U.S. ... Read More
History Colorado
Scope and Contents note . 6 Arrangement note .7 Administrative Information .7 Related Materials 8 Controlled Access Headings 9 Accession number 10 Collection
State Historical Society of Missouri
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Forrest C. Donnell Papers consist of correspondence, reports, publications, news clippings, and other material that document Donnell’s term as governor of Missouri. Much of the material deals with appointments to, and the day-to-day operation of, state government. Because Donnell was governor during World War II these papers offer a good view of how the home front coped with shortages and efforts to make the most of what they had The papers are arranged into thirteen ...
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The collection documents Raskob's business and political careers as well as his personal life. The papers document significant aspects of the histories of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company and the General Motors Corporation during the first half of the twentieth century.
State Historical Society of Missouri
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers have been arranged into three series: Alphabetical, Family Papers, and Right-To-Work. Each series has been left as close as possible to the original order. The Alphabetical series is in folders 1-5234 and contains alphabetical files of business, civic, social, and personal information. Files are arranged by name of individual, organization, or company; the contents are in chronological order. The miscellaneous section for each letter of the alphabet contains mat ...
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
INDUSTRY ON PARADE was a television series created by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) from 1950-1960. The series consisted of weekly episodes that highlighted American manufacturing and business. Hundreds of companies and products were documented during the programs decade-long run.
University of Arkansas, Little Rock - Center for Arkansas History and Culture
Scope and Content The collection includes materials on WR’s life from 1912 until his death in 1973. It documents his activities before he arrived in Arkansas in 1953 and then as a public figure from 1953 until his death in 1973 and as governor from 1966-1970.
University of Southern Mississippi - Special Collections