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Politicians -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Herman Guy Kump (1877-1962) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1609
Overview Correspondence, legal papers, speeches, clippings, photographs, and printed material of a Randolph County prosecuting attorney, mayor of Elkins, judge of the Twenty-second Judicial Circuit, Democratic politician, and state governor, 1933-1937. Subjects include John T. McGraw's senate contest, 1911; Canadian Reciprocity Agreement, 1911; women suffrage; State Prohibition Amendment, 1911-1912; VIRGINIA v. WEST VIRGINIA; Joseph Brown lynch case; New Deal operations and agencies in the state; Kump's...

Homer Adams Holt (1898-1975) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1450
Overview Correspondence, messages, and state papers of West Virginia's twentieth governor, 1937-1941, and manuscript drafts of WEST VIRGINIA: A GUIDE TO THE MOUNTAIN STATE, 1941.

Rush Dew Holt (1905-1955) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0873
Overview Papers of Rush Dew Holt, Sr. (1905-1955) relating to his personal and political activities. Types of material include publications, clippings, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera, among others. The collection is divided into six series: Personal and Political Papers (1840-2000 and undated), Artifacts (1939-1952 and undated), Legislative Records (1920-1955 and undated), Constituent Services (1923-1954 and undated), Press and Media Activity (1925-2003 and undated), and Administrative Files...

West Virginia Governors' Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1977
Overview General correspondence and papers, 1931-1964, of Governors William G. Conley, Herman G. Kump, Homer A. Holt, Matthew M. Neely, Clarence W. Meadows, Okey L. Patteson, William C. Marland, Cecil H. Underwood, and William W. Barron. There is material on the "flower fund" for 1944. The correspondence of the Barron administration concerns mainly state employment applications.