Charles Pickett Papers
Scope and Contents
The papers of Charles E. Pickett date from 1903 to 1922 and consist of two linear feet of records. These records are arranged by item number and each individual item in the collection has been indexed by subject and personal name. * denotes recipient of correspondence and items in CAPS indicate a subject.
The papers primarily relate to Pickett's congressional career and political campaigns. Some of the subjects included are conservation, pensions, postal service, Progressive Republicans, Republican party, and tariffs. Correspondence is scattered throughout the collection, with letters from Albert B. Cummings and J. P. Dolliver.
- Pickett, Charles (Person)
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This collection is open for research.
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2.00 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
U.S. Representative from Iowa and attorney. Subject files relating to his Congressional career. Includes campaign materials, and files on conservation, tariffs, pensions, and other subjects.
Method of Acquisition
Pickett's papers were given to the University of Iowa Libraries in 1968 by his son Charles J. Pickett.
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