Subject and Personality Materials
Scope and Contents The Murray Collection is approximately 9 linear feet plus oversized materials. Although Murray served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1913-1917, the majority of the collection is related to his post-congressional activities, family affairs, and years as governor. The materials cover a variety of topics including his use of executive orders calling for martial law, pardons, and the appointment and removal of state officials. The documents also include material related to his campaigns, his writings and ideals, his work for the Association for Economy and Tax Equality, and his failed attempt to found a Bolivian colony.
- Majority of material found in 1919-1946
Language of Materials
From the Collection: 26.42 Linear Feet (15 containers)