Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
A flyer containing information about the Cook County Illinois Socialist Party’s platform and candidates and an appeal to petition for allowing the socialist party on the 1935 ballot.
The collection consists of two letters discussing Eugene McCarthy’s visit to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus during his 1968 presidential campaign.
Two letters discussing Hubert Humphrey’s visit to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus during his 1968 presidential campaign.
J. Robert "Bob" Kerrey, Congressional Papers include press materials from Bob Kerrey’s Senate career. Also include press materials from his time as Nebraska’s Governor and his Presidential campaign.
The collection consists of autographs, portraits, and books of political and historical figures including past presidents of the United States of America, past prime ministers of the United Kingdom, astronauts, entrepreneurs, civil rights activists, athletes, and military figures. The collection also contains two atlases.
One folder containing two letters discussing Norbert Tiemann’s visit to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus during his campaign to be president.
Two letters discussing Robert F. Kennedy’s visit to the UNL campus during his 1968 presidential campaign.
The letters of S. Pitts Wells to Charles R. Green provide descriptions of his life in Lawrence, Kansas; Rapid City, Dakota Territory; Los Angeles and Santa Ana, California; and Dillon, Montana. They also provide details about his family, the births and deaths of his children, his financial difficulties, and his teaching experiences. There are 37 letters arranged in chronological order. There is one notecard on which Green outlines what he wrote in response to a letter from Wells.