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John A. Sullivan Collection

Identifier: CAC-CC-2012-1
This collection contains materials obtained and created by Sullivan and his staff during the time he represented Oklahoma in the U.S. Congress.

Of particular note, are the electronic records from the Sullivan office. Housed on a server deemed OK1, the files give a comprehensive view of the office's operations during the decade he spent in office.


  • 1998-2013

Conditions Governing Access

All paper records from the Sullivan office are closed until 2023. However, some parts of the Digital Materials series are currently open to the public. Please contact an archivist for further information.


38 Boxes (Containers mainly include bankers boxes.)

1 Terabytes (The hard drive has been imaged and forensic metadata about its contents has been collected.)

Biographical History

John Sullivan served Oklahoma’s 1st District in the U.S. House of Representatives from 2002 until 2013. He served on the Committee on Energy and Commerce. During his time in Congress, he also occupied positions in the House leadership as Assistant Minority Whip.

Arrangment Note

The Sullivan collection is currently arranged in a single series:

1. Digital Matarials

2017 Electronic Records Processing Project

The 2017 processing of the electronic records in the John A. Sullivan Collection was possible thanks to a generous grant from the Oklahoma Historical Records Advisory Board and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Lead Processing Archivist: Nathan Gerth

Archives Graduate Assistant: Catherine Dean
Guide to the John A. Sullivan Collection
Nathan M. Gerth
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Repository Details

Part of the Carl Albert Center Congressional and Political Collections Repository

630 Parrington Oval
Room 202B
Norman Oklahoma 73109 United States