United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of letters and campaign materials requested from five Michigan Congressmen by Frank Elliott of the Michigan State University Museum. The five Congressmen represented are Gerald Ford, Clare Hoffman, Donald Hayworth, John Lesinski, and James O'Hara. Their letters and campaign materials discuss the major issues and concerns of the 1958 and 1960 elections.
This collection contains a reprint of 1902 speeches by Senator Tillman, Democrat from South Carolina, and Senator McComas, Republican from Maryland, debating black suffrage and constitutional liberty in the Philippines. The collection also includes an undated local ballot.
U.S. Senator from Maine Edmund Muskie speaks at a Great Issues lecture on the campus of Michigan State University.
This collection consists of one letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Charles Warren of Three Oaks, Michigan dated January 7, 1913, in which the defeated candidate expresses his unwillingness to attempt to advise either President Taft, or the newly-elected Wilson.