Contains 10 Results:
Various Democratic Digest Magazines, 1945-1951
First issued as a publication of the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee, the Digest later became the official publication of the DNC itself.
750 Club, Letters from the chairman, 1959-1960
The Democratic National Committee formed the 750 club in early 1959. The purpose was to raise money to pay for 1958 campaign debts and to get a start on 1960 fundraising.
Kennedy Inaugural Invitation, 1961
Pamplet of History of the Democratic Party
Items related to Washington D.C. Labor Luncheon, 1961
The annual luncheon in Washington was when representatives of Iowa labor could meet and talk with member's of Iowa's Congressional Delegation. These papers relate to a luncheon held March, 14th, 1961, at the Annapolis Hotel in Washington. Papers are mostly invitations and handwritten drafts of invitations to Iowa officials in Washington.
Loveless Campaigns: Correspondence and financial reports, 1952-1956
Correspondence related to Herschel Loveless' campaigns for Governor. Material for 1956 relates largely to attempts to smear Loveless by making an issue of his 1934 arrest for embezzlement. Papers include photostats of the original arrest warrant and court papers related to the case. 1952 material is largely correspondence with Loveless' campaign manager, John Grenzenbach, releating to campaign finances.
Magnuson Dinner: Invitations and Notes, 1961
These documents concern a testimonial dinner honoring Senator Warren Magnuson's 25 years of service. More attended the dinner in Seattle, November 1961. Papers include a note signed by Magnuson, thanking More for coming.
Truman related documents., 1950-1968
Includes invitations, programs, clippings, letters and replies. More often called Truman to address quasi-political events. Correspondence here consists largely of such letters and replies, especially a long series concerning a trip by Truman to Grinnell in 1963.
1936 includes letters from Nelson Kraeschel and Clyde Herring and 1938 includes letters from Guy Gillette.