Jere Cooper Letter to Paul Butler
This collection contains correspondence from Jere Cooper to Paul Mullholland Butler. In the correspondence of The Paul Mullholland Papers, Tennessee Representative Jere Cooper thanks Democratic National Commitee Chairman Paul Mullholland Butler for speaking at the National Democratic Fundraising dinner. The letter is dated December 1, 1955.
The material in this collection is in English
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0.125 Linear Feet (1 Box)
This collection contains a letter from Jere Cooper to Paul Mullholland Butler.
Paul Mulholland Butler (1905-1961) was a lawyer and chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). Paul Butler received his law degree from Notre Dame in 1927. His work with the Democratic party and staunch support of Adlai Stevenson propelled him to a seat on the DNC in 1952. He later became DNC chairman in 1955 and used the position to articulate opinions in opposition to the Eisenhower Administration. His ideology was opposed by both liberal and conservative democrats. Butler was dropped as DNC chairman after Kennedy's 1960 general election victory.
This collection was previously listed as MS.2311