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Identifier: MS 0402
Summary Subject and correspondence files from Charles C. Gossett's term as U.S. Senator from Idaho, 1945-1947.
Identifier: MS 2/1511
Summary This collection consists of 4 Congressional (26th, 36th, 50th, 58th) 1st Sessions on the Church of Latter Day Saints.
Identifier: MS 0084
Summary Congressional papers including correspondence and subject, legislative, and project files; appointments, applications, press releases and memorabilia. Also papers, including correspondence, audio and video materials, travel files, subject files, and miscellaneous records relating to Dworshak's political campaigns and personal matters.
Identifier: MS 0077
Summary Correspondence concerning National Recovery Administration activities in Idaho; letters from James P. Pope; paper regarding the Boise Library Board, of which Eaton was a member; articles concerned with national politics in the 1940s, and miscellaneous photographs and personal papers.
Identifier: MS 2/0440
Summary Letters between Evans, chairman of the Republican Central Committee, Grangeville, Idaho, and U.S. Senator William E. Borah, regarding land issues, the Republican Party, and appointments. Also included are letters from Mary Borah to Evans.
Identifier: MS 2/1181
Summary Collection consists of a booklet discussing the New Deal as a revolution to seize economic power, concentrate governmental authority, and make government the capitalist and enterprise leader. Caldwell, Idaho : Caxton Printers, 1944.
Identifier: MS 0354
Summary Correspondence, speeches, press releases, newspaper clippings, and photographs from the political career, 1933-1946, of George H. Curtis (1885-1963). Correspondents include James Pope, D. Worth Clark, John Thomas, C. Ben Ross, C.A. Bottolfsen, Henry C. Dworshak, Compton I. White, George Denart, August Rosqvist, and Glen Taylor.
Identifier: MS 0429
Summary Three scrapbooks (1953-1956), relating to Herman Welker's senatorial career. Also included are "Yea and Nay Votes" records of his U.S. Senate voting record and nineteen (19) reels of television tapes concerning his political campaign.
Identifier: MS 0014
Summary Correspondence and financial records relating to Johnson's law practice in Boise and Silver City, Idaho, and to his term as attorney general of Idaho; scrapbooks concerning U.S. politics and the Civil War (1859-1862), Johnson's law practice and addresses (1862-1898), and the trial of William D. Haywood (1907); ledgers from the firm of Davenport and Johnson, Ruby City, Idaho Territory (1864-1866, 1865-1867).