Daniel Brewster papers 1950-2007 1962-1968

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Daniel Brewster papers, 1950-2007, 1962-1968

Daniel Brewster papers 1950-2007 1962-1968

This collection documents the career of Daniel B. Brewster as a United States Senator from Maryland. Brewster's files primarily consist of correspondence, reports, and newspaper clippings. Important subjects covered are commerce, the tariff, social security, Medicare, unemployment, the armed services, Vietnam, and foreign politics. Daniel B. Brewster served in the Maryland House of Delegates from 1950 to 1958, in the U. S. House of Representatives as a Maryland representative from 1958 to 1962, and as a U. S. Senator from Maryland from 1962 to 1968. One of his major concerns as a senator was fighting racial discrimination and he co-sponsored the Omnibus Civil Rights Bill and the Public Accommodations Bill of 1964. He also headed a committee to promote racial harmony in Cambridge, Maryland, in 1963. Brewster's subject and correspondence files contain material related to these issues. Mr. Brewster, a Democrat, served in the Maryland House of Delegates and as both representative and senator in the U. S. Congress. Brewster's papers mainly consist of subject files and correspondence from his term as a U. S. senator. Subjects include civil rights, commerce, foreign relations, education, Social Security, and Vietnam. This collection documents the career of Daniel B. Brewster as a United States Senator from Maryland. Brewster's files primarily consist of correspondence, reports, and newspaper clippings. Relevant subjects covered are the Aberdeen proving grounds (1963-1965), US Naval Academy, and Tidewater Fisheries. This collection documents the career of Daniel B. Brewster as a United States Senator from Maryland. Brewster's files primarily consist of correspondence, reports, and newspaper clippings. Important subjects covered are commerce, the tariff, social security, Medicare, unemployment, the armed services, Vietnam, and foreign politics. In 1963, he accepted the invitation of Mayor Calvin Mowbry to head a committee promoting racial harmony in Cambridge, MD. Series 1 includes documents related to the Eastern Shore.

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