Edward O. Lamb Collection on Estes Kefauver's 1956 Presidential Campaign
Collection of poltical correspondence and news clippings relating to Senator Estes Kefauver's presidential bid in 1956. Correspondence is between Edward O. Lamb, who was a member of the campaign, with Kefauver and Kefauver's speechwriter Charles Alldredge. The collection consists of 3 folders.
- 1952 - 1956
The material in this collection is in English
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0.5 Linear Feet (One document box)
Edward Lamb (April 23, 1901 – March 23, 1987) was an American businessman, broadcasting executive and labor lawyer. He is best known for having defended striking workers during the Auto-Lite Strike in 1934 and for successfully resisting the federal government's attempt to strip him of his broadcasting licenses during the McCarthy era.