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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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
Abstract Illinois Governor (Democrat), 1932-1940; lawyer, and Cook County Probate Court Judge, 1914-1931, from Chicago. Horner, Illinoisâ first Jewish Governor, governed the state during the depression of the 1930s, serving as President Rooseveltâs representative supporting the New Deal. A protÃ©gÃ© of former Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak, Horner was noted for fighting the Chicago machine politics of Edward J. Kelly and Patrick A. Nash. Horner spent his final year in office battling failing health and...
Abstract Republican U.S. Senator (1913-1921) and League of Nations opponent. Illinois State Representative from twenty-eighth (1897-1902) and thirty-second (1903-1904) districts; Speaker of the House (1899-1902). Lieutenant Governor of Illinois (1905-1908).
Abstract Democratic State Representative to the Illinois General Assembly (1933-1938) from Christopher (Franklin County), Illinois, Speaker of the House (1937-1938), Illinois State Treasurer (1939-1940) candidate for Lieutenant Governor (1940), Chief Clerk, Motor Carriers Division of the Department of Public Works and Buildings (1949-1952). Married to Flora Agnes Overturf, father of six children. Materials include correspondence, financial records and reports, employee files, clippings, speeches and...
Abstract U.S. Senator, Congressman, presidential candidate, Illinois Lieutenant Governor and member of the Illinois House of Representatives and Illinois State Senate, author. Began his career as a newspaperman at age 19 by buying the Troy, Illinois newspaper and over time built a chain of 14 newspapers that he edited and published until he sold them in 1966. As lieutenant governor assisted citizens in their dealings with state government. Authored books on Elijah Lovejoy and Abraham Lincoln as well as...
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