United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
The three letters included in the Al Gore, Jr., Papers, 1976-1977, request Representative Benjamin S. Rosenthal to assign Gore a seat on a House committee - Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, Appropriations Committee, and a number of other possible seats.
This collection contains correspondence regarding the Telepost bill, H.R. 19402. The correspondence dates to 1910.
This collection contains a scrapbook that has numerous pictures, newspaper articles, and magazine articles that pertain to the life, accomplishments, and family of General Douglas MacArthur, along with three audio records titled “General of the Army Douglas MacArthur’s Report to Congress” from April 19, 1951.
This collection contains business and personal correspondence, research notes and published and unpublished articles, talks, and book reviews by Harry Curtis, photographs, articles on his retirement and death, printed technical material, and a copy of his account of his career.
Contains material covering Baker's senatorial career (1967 - 1985) and political campaigns, including his roles as senate minority and majority leader, his service as vice chairman of the Watergate committee, and his involvement in issues such as the Panama Canal and SALT II Treaties. Materials include correspondence, reports, memos, news clippings, case files, public opinion mail, speeches, manuals, photographs, film, video and audio recordings.
This addendum to the papers of former Senator Howard H. Baker contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, photographs, schedules, speeches and other material related to the Senator's career and personal life. While some papers in the addendum cover roughly the same time and events as the Howard H. Baker Papers (MPA.101), this addendum also documents the Senator's political, legal and personal activities before and after his tenure in the Senate and White House.
This addendum to the papers of former Senator Howard H. Baker contains correspondence, schedules, speeches and other material related to the Senator's career and personal life. While most of the papers in the addendum cover the years after the Senator's political career, there are also some papers related to his earliest political campaigns.
This collection contains a letter from Jere Cooper to Paul Mullholland Butler.
The June Frazier Collection is composed primarily of items documenting Jimmy Carter's presidency. It also includes a copy of the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty of 1979 and a copy of Bill Clinton's 1992 Acceptance Address.
This collection contains handwritten notes, letters, and articles concerning the 1971 Berlin Agreement, meetings with Henry Kissinger and French dignitaries, and interviews with Rush on his career.
This collection, the Kenneth Rush Papers, 1930-1991, contains correspondence from Rush or UT administrators (e.g., Ed Boling, Charles Brakebill, Andy Holt, and Joe Johnson) between 1962 and 1991, news articles on Rush, and other miscellaneous documents, such as a copy of Rush's UT grade report from 1930, copies of his 1962 commencement speech, biographical sketches, and a photograph.
Five letters from Ford, Nixon, Carter, Reagan to Howard Baker.
Letter from U.S. Congressman Sam Sells to Governor Ben Hooper, advocating that a Dr. Acuff of Knoxville be appointed as the new Lieutenant of the Medical Corps of the National Guard.
One bound copy of the dissertation, U.S. Technology and the Soviet Union: The American Policy Debate over Export Control and Technology Transfer to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics,1948-1972, written by Thomas J. Byrd II.