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Governors -- Elections -- Michigan

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Ferency For Governor (Video Disclaimer), 1966-11

 Item — Item UA-V001166
Scope and Contents

On the eve of the 1966 Michigan gubernatorial election, Democratic candidate Zolton Ferency speaks with U.S. Senator Philip A. Hart to a television audience in a short candidacy promo entitled "Election '66: Where Do We Go From Here?".

Dates: 1966-11

Michigan Government Television (MGTV) collection

 Collection
Identifier: 00252
Scope and Content The collection consists of daily programming schedules and videorecordings received from Michigan Government Television (MGTV) during its operation. Coverage includes the televised broadcasts of proceedings of the House of Representatives, the Senate, oral arguments at the Supreme Court, speakers at the Economic Club of Detroit, commencement speakers at universities in the state, press conferences of state officials, committee and commission meetings of many state departments, live phone-in...
Dates: 1996 - 2013

Zolton Ferency: Michigan Democratic Commission, 1966

 Item — Reel UA-F002635
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

The Zolton Ferency papers consists of "A Survey of the Political Climate in Michigan," "Zolton Ferency, Democrat for State Senate: a Lifetime of Leadership," and a film of the Michigan Democratic Commission.

Dates: 1966

Zolton Ferency: Michigan Democratic Commission (outtakes), 1966

 Item — Reel UA-F002634
Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

The Zolton Ferency papers consists of "A Survey of the Political Climate in Michigan," "Zolton Ferency, Democrat for State Senate: a Lifetime of Leadership," and a film of the Michigan Democratic Commission.

Dates: 1966