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U.S. Representative from Iowa. Correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches, news releases, and other documents relating to his public and political life.
Iowa state legislator. Correspondence and subject files relating to his legislative career. Topics range from abortion to the courts and from child care to the Republican Party.
U.S. Representative from Iowa and businessman. Correspondence and subject files relating to his political activities with the Republican Party.
Teacher and world traveler who served in the New Hampshire legislature.
Attorney and Iowa state legislator. Subject files and correspondence concerning his business, family and political career. The bulk of the papers consists of correspondence dealing with business conditions during the 1920s and WWII, politics, and family life.
Republican representative in the Iowa legislature who ran for mayor of Ottumwa in 1981.
Attorney and U.S. Representative from Iowa . Subject files relating to his year in Congress and his earlier political and legal career.
Thomas Frey was a newspaperman from northern Iowa who once operated four newspapers at a time. He served in the Iowa Senate, and these papers are comprised of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks.
Iowa farm woman who was elected to fill her husband's term in the Iowa Senate following his death in 1962.
U.S. Representative from Iowa, 1967-1975. Campaign and office files relating to his political career.
U.S. Senator and Representative from Iowa. Primarily correspondence from his years in the House and Senate. Spanning a half century the topics range from Indian affairs to Oklahoma statehood, banking to the Panama Canal, and Republican Party politics to railroads.
Iowa state legislator and railroad employee. Photographs, certificates, and a scrapbook all of which relate to his legislative career.
U.S. senator from Iowa and U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judge. Papers relating to his political and judicial careers. Correspondence, subject files, speeches, and clippings document Kenyon's positions on many issues of the day, including the Teapot Dome scandal, prohibition, and WWI.