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Scope and Contents The LeEarl Bryant collection occupies 2.0 cubic feet plus 5 maps. In preparation for her campaign against Dick Armey in the Congressional race of 1994 in Texas, she collected copies of his campaign financial records from 1983 through 1994. She also accumulated clippings of news articles regarding Armey and numerous political issues, both national and state. More than .6 cubic feet of the collection consists of information relating to Dick Armey and .6 cubic feet is clippings. The balance deals...
Scope and Contents The Cartwright Collection consists of 65 cubic feet of documents, 11 scrapbooks, over 1,300 photographs, and multiple oversize materials including maps, campaign posters, and newspapers. The materials range in date from 1898 to 1951, but the majority of the materials are from Cartwright’s life in public service as a teacher, congressman, and state official from 1909 until the 1950s. The materials include legislation, publications, newspapers and newspaper clippings, speeches, and other items...
Scope and Contents Consisting of 15 cubic feet of material, the collection consists of wire copies, newspaper clippings, correspondence, press releases, speeches, and reports either written or gathered by Culver during his years with United Press International. Files are arranged alphabetically. Because Culver covered Oklahoma politics, the collection contains a wealth of information on key state political leaders as well as various issues confronting the Oklahoma Legislature over the years. The collection was...
Scope and Contents The Disney Collection consists of 8 linear feet with the majority of the materials covering his tenure in office, 1931-1944. Most of the documents were originally housed in scrapbooks, including newspaper clippings. Of particular note is Disney’s column, “Washington Letter,” that he wrote for local newspapers. There are also lists that contain extensive data about his constituents. The materials cover a variety of topics including prohibition, the Grand River Dam, Franklin D. Roosevelt, the oil...
Scope and Contents The Douglas Collection covers the former congresswoman's life from her early stage career until her death in 1980. Because the bulk of the materials document her years in Congress, the collection is especially rich in covering events and issues central to the immediate post-World War II era. Due to her service on the Foreign Affairs Committee, there is a large amount of material on the earliest years of the Cold War and the establishment of the new world order. Other topics of note include the...
Scope and Contents The Edmondson Collection is disappointingly small. Occupying only 12 linear feet, the papers span the period of 1958-1964 and are largely related to his brief service as a senator. The majority of the materials consist of correspondence, but there are also speeches, press releases, travel records, clippings, campaign materials, and audio-visual items. The strength of the collection lies in its focus on Oklahoma state government, including Arkansas River projects and the repeal of prohibition in...
Scope and Contents This small collection contains a few items related to Ferguson's ill-fated gubernatorial campaigns of 1950 and 1958 as well as scrapbooks concerned with soil conservation and flood control. In addition, there is a small photograph collection which includes several images of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District as well as images of soldiers in Vietnam in the 1960s.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 2 cubic feet of material and spans the period 1924-1942. Although the collection represents only a small part of the papers which must have been generated during Gassaway's term as a congressman, it does serve as a good source of information on Oklahoma politics at the time. Materials are divided into five sections: correspondence and business papers; congressional correspondence; speeches and press releases; miscellaneous; and oversize. The congressional...
Scope and Contents While the Gore Collection is only 15 linear feet, it contains a wide variety of materials related to topics important to Gore and Oklahoma. Many of the materials, especially the correspondence, come from Gore’s post-Senate years, but the Subject Correspondence and Papers are related to his time in the Senate and include documents related to Indian affairs, economics, national and Oklahoma politics, and both World War I and World War II. Because of his reputation as a nationally renowned orator,...
- Subject: Political Campaigns X