02/01. Political Papers and Records
Record Group Term
Record subgroup for the ALPLM Manuscripts Department for political collections, including papers of politicians and legislators and state records.
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Illinois Democrat state legislator for the tenth district (Cook County), United States congressman, an appellate judge, District of Columbia, White House counsel under Clinton, and law professor at various law schools. Holds the distinction of serving in all three branches of government. Married to Zorita Wise in 1948, has three daughters.
Dates: Created: 1950-2010; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1973
Scope and Contents The Barbara Flynn Currie Papers consist of 35 cubic feet of bill files, correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, press releases, office records and election information documenting Currieâs career as a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, beginning in 1979. The collection included bill files, subject files and correspondence files from both her Springfield and District offices.
Dates: Created: 1964-2009; Other: Majority of material found in 1977-2009; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1991
Abstract Illinois Representative (Democrat) from eleventh district (1971-1972) and twelfth district (1973-1974). Chairman of Joint American Indian Problems Committees; member of Higher EducationCommittee and Human Resources Committee.
Dates: Created: 1970-1974; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1978
Abstract David Regner served as Illinois representative (Republican) from the third district (1967-1972) and State Senator from third district (1973-1980). He was a member of the House Appropriations Committee (chairman, 1971-1972), Legislative Council, and Illinois State Property Insurance Commission (chairman, 1969-1972), Senate Appropriations Committee, Legislative Information System (chairman, 1975-1980), and Illinois Economic and Fiscal Commission (vice-chairman, 1975-1980). The collection contains...
Dates: Created: 1972-1980; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1979
Scope and Contents The Dawn Clark Netsch Papers, concerning her career in Illinois politics, including correspondence, speeches, legislative files, bills, campaigns, political issues constitutional convention papers, constituent issues.
Dates: Created: 1955-1994; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1993
Abstract Correspondence, bill files, reports, memoranda and press releases document Edward A. Nedzaâs eight year tenure in the Illinois General Assembly. Nezda served on several committees including Transportation, Elections, and Finance and Credit Regulations.
Dates: Created: 1979-1986; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1984
Scope and Contents The Emil Jones, Jr. collection is 6.0 linear feet (6 archival boxes) and consists of correspondence, memoranda, invitations, letters of reference, reports, rosters, bills, newsletters, clippings, news releases, resumes, and letters of application.Â Major topics include Equal Rights Amendment, abortion, corporate and personal property tax, education, the Chicago Transit Authority, and insurance. Photographs were transferred out of the collection.
Dates: Other: Dummy Date
Abstract Illinois Representative (Republican) from third (1965-1972) and fourth (1973- ) districts.Chairman of Elementary and Secondary Nonpublic Schools Study Commission (1969-1971) andZoning Laws Study Commission (1969-1971)Hearing and meeting minutes, correspondence, public hearing testimony, reports, and printedmaterial documenting work of the Zoning Laws Study Commission and Elementary andSecondary Nonpublic Schools Study Commission.
Dates: Created: 1969-1973; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1974
Scope and Contents The Eugenia S. Chapman Papers, 1965-1988, consist of 18 cubic feet of correspondence, reports, pamphlets, press releases, newsletters, legislative bills, minutes, womenâs information and clippings. Most of the material dates from 1972 to 1982. The collection documents Chapmanâs career in the Illinois House of Representatives and her interest in womenâs rights, education and health service.
Dates: Created: 1965-1988; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1984
Abstract George H. Ryan (1934- ) served as Illinois representative (Republican) from the forty-third district (1973-1983); Lieutenant Governor (1983-1991); Speaker of the House and House Minority Leader; Member of Appropriations Committee, Revenue Committee, Rules Committee, Legislative Council, Legislative Information System, Illinois Commission on Intergovernmental Cooperation, and Legislative Reference Bureau. He was elected Secretary of State in November, 1990 and served from 1991 to 1999. He was...
Dates: Created: 1977-1982; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1987