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Elections -- Kansas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 records:

1970 political campaigns collection

Call Number: RH MS 1453
Overview Materials relating to the 1970 election campaign cycle in Kansas and Missouri. Includes candidates from both the Democrat and Republican parties. Majority of materials relate directly to the 1970 political primary.
Dates: 1970

Barnes City Election poll book

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH MS H3
Overview Poll book of the election held in the city of Barnes [Kansas] in the county of Washington, on the 2nd day of August, A.D. 1932. George Jewell, Ira D. Hill, and Otto G. Yengeberg, judges, and Lloyd Wolverton and R. J. Kiefover, clerks.
Dates: 1932

James Ashford Manka papers

Call Number: RH MS 122
Overview The James Ashford Manka papers are concerned primarily with Manka's peripheral activities, not with his law practice. The collection has been arranged by subject. File folders with this subject arrangement were maintained by Manka and fall into five categories and form a rough chronology of Manka's activities.
Dates: 1929 - 1970

Nancy Kassebaum Baker campaign materials

Call Number: RH MS P731
Overview Nancy Kassebaum Baker was born in Topeka, Kansas in 1932 and attended public schools. She graduated from the University of Kansas in 1954 and received a masters degree from the University of Michigan in 1956. She worked on various Kansas commissions and committees and in 1978 was elected to the United States Senate where she served until 1997. The materials in this collection come from her 1978 primary and general election campaign and include printed materials and audio tapes.
Dates: 1978

Subscription list for a speech by William H. English on the resolution reported by the Committee on Elections in the Kansas Contested-Election Case. Washington, D. C.

 Collection — Folder 1
Call Number: RH MS P24
Overview Subscription list includes Jesse D. Bright (1812-1875), Democratic senator from Indiana, who was expelled from the Senate for having, in a letter to Jefferson Davis, recognized him as "President of the Confederate States". William Hayden English (1822-1896) served in U.S. Congress 1853-1861, as Representative from Indiana.
Dates: 1858

Wint Smith papers

Call Number: RH MS 201
Overview Kansas native Wint Smith, a lawyer by profession, served in the military and the United States Congress. This collection includes correspondence, records related to Smith's military and Congressional career, speeches, photographs, diaries, maps, and other related materials.
Dates: 1908 - 1977