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Political campaigns

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:


Identifier: DVD - 01

John Newport papers

 Collection — Box 63
Identifier: MS-SC1100
Scope and Contents Two letters, 1881, discuss the railroad and family business. The remaining letters 1895-1900, refer to the sinking of a coal mine in Farmington and politics. Several letters from John Moorehead of the Madison Coal Company of which the last spells out the requirements of the land to sink the mine. Several letters from James M. Truitt, an attorney in Hillsboro, Ill. discuss the 1900 election campaign, with opinions on Yates, Walter Reeves, Senator Cullom and John Tanner. Letters from Reeves and...
Dates: Created: 1818 - 1907

Stevenson Multimedia Collection

Identifier: AV-01-06-StevensonMultimedia

Unidentified Tape 3

Identifier: CT - 0119
Scope and Contents Side One1. Julia Stevenson (mother of AES) records family stories as a Christmas gift to her children and grandchildren. Originally record. 78 rpm 4 sides (no date) 15 minutes.2. "That's A Why" (revised), 1952/11/20. Song recorded in support of AES after his defeat in Presidential Election of 1952 by The Kellers. 5 minutes.3. Stevenson for President Radio Spots: 9 commercials, which are song parodies and jingles. Produced by Women's Division of the Democratic...
Dates: 1952 - 1990

Untitled Tape 1, Date of Six Month Report

Identifier: CT - 0118
Scope and Contents Side One: Governor Adlai Stevenson "Six Month Report" 30 minutes

Side Two: 1. Gov. AES "Knows Your Illinois" (Highway Patrol Speech) 19XX/06/08 (Year illegble on tape) 15 minutes 2. AES announces candidacy for governor from his boyhood home in Bloomington, Illinois 15 minutes
Dates: Event: Date of Six Month Report; Event: Year of speech illegible on tape, assumed it took place while AESII was governor.; Event: AESII announces candidacy for governor.