Robert W. Straub Collection 1955-1980 circa 1890-2012
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Richard Lewis Neuberger (December 26, 1912 – March 9, 1960) was an American journalist, author, and politician. A member of the Democratic Party, he notably served as a U.S. Senator from Oregon from 1955 until his death. Born in rural Multnomah County, Oregon, he grew up in nearby Portland where he attended public schools. Neuberger graduated from the University of Oregon in 1935, where he had served as editor of the student newspaper, the Oregon Daily Emerald. Neuberger began writing for the...
Wayne Lyman Morse (October 20, 1900 – July 22, 1974) was an American attorney and United States Senator from Oregon. Morse is well known for opposing his party's leadership and for his opposition to the Vietnam War on constitutional grounds. Born in Madison, Wisconsin, and educated at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Minnesota Law School, Morse moved to Oregon in 1930 and began teaching at the University of Oregon School of Law. During World War II, he was elected to the U.S....
Tom Lawson McCall (1913-1983) was a journalist and television commentator who served Oregon as Secretary of State (1965-1967) and as one of its most prominent Governors (1967-1975). He focused on quality of life issues, such as the Bottle Bill, cleaning up industrial water pollution, and preserving public access to Oregon's beaches. He hosted a national governor's conference during his tenure and was active in the national Republican Party. From the description of Tom Lawson McCall P...
Oregon Governor Robert W. Straub (1920-2002) was born in California and came to Oregon in 1946. From the guide to the Robert W. Straub speech, 1975 July 4, (Oregon Historical Society Research Library) Robert William (Bob) Straub was born May 6, 1920 to Thomas Jefferson Straub and Mary Ellen Tulley Straub, in San Francisco, California. He grew up in Los Altos with his three brothers, Frank, Jim, and Tom, and his sister Jean. Straub attended Dartmouth ...