Speeches, addresses, etc.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Bryce N. Harlow Collection is a small collection of speeches. The speeches are often accompanied by correspondence, programs, agenda, itineraries, and other miscellaneous material associated with the scheduling of the speech. In a few instances, the actual speech for an event is unavailable, and is such indicated on the inventory. As one peruses the titles of the speeches, it is evident that many are quite similar. Indeed, Harlow occasionally gave the same basic speech but tailored it to...
Scope and Contents The Lee Collection is a small collection of 11.5 linear feet. It consists most of correspondence, speeches, and scrapbooks which include programs, clippings, publications, and additional correspondence. The material ranges in date from before Lee’s service as a Representative and Senator till after, though the bulk of it is during his tenure as a congressman. A well-known orator, Lee’s speeches are the highlight of the collection.
Scope and Contents Consisting of 5 cubic feet of material, the Weaver Collection focuses extensively on Weaver's legal career and family. Only one folder of material deals exclusively with his years in Washington. This material covers the Federal Reserve Act, Panama Canal legislation, and roll call votes. There are, however, several political files relating to elections and the National Democratic Party as well as correspondence from such well known politicians as Thomas P. Gore, Sam Rayburn, and Elmer Thomas....