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Earl F. Landgrebe papers

Identifier: L625
Scope and Contents The collection includes Landgrebe's Congressional papers, including correspondence, reports, and legislation regarding the Consumer Protection Act (1974), the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (1973), the Food and Drug Administration, the Tax Reform Act (1969), the Pollution Control Act (1971), farm bills (1969-1974), Watergate, the War in Vietnam, defense spending, abortion, the draft, foreign aid, railroads, public land use, poverty programs, the Pueblo Incident, and other issues before...

Edward A. Mitchell papers

Identifier: L618
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Edward A. Mitchell's congressional papers (1946-1949), including correspondence regarding veterans' claims and benefits, and papers relating to Mitchell's service on the House of Representatives Veterans Committee; correspondence and legislative papers regarding bills introduced or supported by Mitchell, including the Taft-Hartley Act, the elimination of the tax on oleomargarine, the abolition of the War Assets Administration, and changes in the Chinese Immigration...

Harry Dynes papers

Identifier: L256
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection consists of Adam’s correspondence during the period 1916-17 when he was working as publicity director of the United Mine Workers in Indianapolis. The correspondence includes both letters received and sent by Adams and regard organizing activities of the UMW; strikes and other labor conflicts in coalfields in Colorado, Utah, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and other places; the role of the UMW in the 1916 presidential election; the involvement of the UMW with...

Homer E. Capehart papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: L650

Otto Ray collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S1098
Scope and Contents This collection includes personal correspondence, articles, and legislation regarding the Indianapolis Humane Society, the Dog Pound, and cruelty to animals, ranging from February 1967-July 1972. Also included is Sheriff Otto Ray's book titled "A Report on the Breakdown of Law and Order" and a 106 page typed autobiography.