Political campaigns--United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Jed J. Johnson Collection is quite small (0.25 cubic feet) and consists mainly of speeches, campaign materials, publications, and newspaper clippings. Although the dates are widely distributed (1927-1947), most of the material deals specifically with Johnson's congressional career. Johnson's speeches and newspaper clippings pertain to issues and legislation facing Congress such as veterans, illegal aliens, taxes and tariffs, rural electrification, and achievements and failures of the 71st...
Collection — Coldstorage 1: Series PCC-KANTER-ATTORNEYGEN; Series PCC-KANTER-BALLOT-CAMPAIGN; Series PCC-KANTER-CITY/COUNTY; Series PCC-KANTER-EDUCATION; Series PCC-KANTER-CITY/COUNTY
Scope and Contents The Julian P. Kanter Political Commercial Collection (PCC) is currently stored in the archives of the Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center’s Congressional and Political Collections. The Carl Albert Center, founded in 1979, is one of the leading congressional archives in the country with over 60 member collections. The PCC is the largest collection of political commercials in the world and the only comprehensive collection that covers all levels of political campaigning from...
Scope and Contents The McClintic Collection is slightly more than 1 linear foot of material, but it covers four decades in Oklahoma history. With correspondence, clippings, speeches, campaign materials, and subject files from a variety of different elected offices, McClintic’s collection provides an unique, abbreviate glance at the life of an elected official from Oklahoma. Of particular note are McClintic’s accounts about the trips he took as a congressman, including a trip in 1919 to post-war Europe and a 1925...
Scope and Contents The John M. Meek Collection is a small collection which includes material on aspects of the organization of the 1968 Democratic National Convention, from hotel accommodations to first aid and security to requests from committees and entertainers to appear at the convention. While there is a copy of the proceedings of the convention, there is little else in the papers that relates to the event as it occurred. Most materials concern preliminary preparations for the convention. A small photograph...
Scope and Contents This collection documents Monroe's work with Senator Harris. Topics include the Democratic Party at both the national and state levels, national and state political campaigns, and the presidential elections of 1968 and 1972. There is considerable material on Harris's quest for the presidency in 1972. In addition, there is material on LaDonna Harris, the senator's first wife and longtime Native American activist.
Scope and Contents The Morgan Collection, of more than 10 cubic feet and primarily covering the period 1880-1920, contains numerous series: Family and Personal Correspondence; Political and Business Correspondence; Subject Files; Speeches (chronological arrangement); Speeches (alphabetical arrangement by subject); Congressional Bills and Publications; Religious Material; Cards, Invitations, Memorabilia, Pamphlets, Programs, Travelogues, etc.; Scrapbooks and Bound Materials, Clippings and Miscellany; and Outsized....
Scope and Contents The Nichols Collection contains 0.75 cubic feet and consists primarily of correspondence, memos, telegrams, and campaign materials. There are also invitations, Congressional Record reprints, a diary (1945), speeches, scrapbooks, voting records (1939-1940), congressional reports, and clippings. Although the collection covers the period from 1934-1949, most of the material documents Nichols's congressional career. Topics covered include campaigns; aviation and air accidents, including the 1943...
Scope and Contents This collection documents the activities of the Oklahoma Republican Party from 1960 to 1983. The greater part of this collection are financial files consisting of 1,241 folders, 29 small boxes of contribution cars and 10 large flat boxes of financial ledger journals and voting statistics. These materials range in date from 1958 to 1981 and include, but are not limited to, fundraising and contribution files, donation forms, bank account files, receipts, and audit reports. The collection also...
Organizational Endorsements - No on Question 1, The Committee to Defend First Amendment Rights [Massachusettes] 1994
Item — Climate control archival storage 1: Series PCC_BM
Scope and Contents Voters ask Who's against Question One? A voiceover then proceeds to state all the organizations that are opposed to Question One.