Christian William Ramseyer Papers
Scope and Contents
Most of Ramseyer's papers were destroyed after his death. This collection consists primarily of correspondence, court opinions, reports, scrapbooks, and speeches from his years in Washington, D.C. Some recurring topics are monetary stabilization, inheritance taxes, and farm relief. The correspondence includes letters from Clifford V. Gregory, Charles E. Hearst, and Henry A. Wallace. Processed by Robert M Hedges, August, 1967
- Majority of material found in 1920-1940
- Ramseyer, Christian William (Person)
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This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright restrictions may apply; please consult Special Collections staff for further information.
2.75 Linear Feet
Photographs: Box 2; Oversized scrapbooks other_unmapped
Language of Materials
Attorney, Congressman, and U.S. Court of Claims commissioner from Iowa. Correspondence, clippings, court records and opinions, and speeches.
Method of Acquisition
The papers of Congressman Christian William Ramseyer came as a gift to the library in 1967 from his daughters, Mrs. James (Jane K.) Cameron, Jr., and Mrs. Frederick (Barbara R.) H. Walton, Jr.
Processed by Robert M Hedges, August, 1967
- Processed by Robert M. Hedges, August 1967.
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