James G. O'Hara papers 1958-1987 1958-1976


James G. O'Hara papers 1958-1987 1958-1976

Democratic congressman from Michigan, member of the House committees on Education and Labor, Interior and Insular Affairs, Budget, and the Joint Committee on Congressional Operations; and chairman of the Democratic Study Group, 1967-1968, and chairman of the Democratic Party Commission on Rules, 1969-1972. Congressional files, political files, Democratic Party materials; photographs; and post-congressional materials.

53.5 linear ft. and 2 oversize volumes.



SNAC Resource ID: 6389416

Bentley Historical Library

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