Houston Post, Washington D.C. Bureau, Collection, 1963-1995


Houston Post, Washington D.C. Bureau, Collection, 1963-1995

Houston Post, Washington D.C. Bureau, Collection, 1963-1995


Newspaper clippings, business files, press releases, and campaign finance records comprise the Houston Post, Washington D.C. Bureau, Collection, 1963-1995. Included in the collection are Washington Bureau Chief (1984-1995) Kathy Kiely’s collected files, pertaining to Texans in Washington, the Bush family, George Wallace, column ideas, sports, military issues, and politics. The clippings, organized into Subject Files, Biographical Files, and “Texans in Washington,” reflect various people, topics, and issues addressed by the Post, including George and Barbara Bush, Barbara Jordan, Lady Bird Johnson, John B. Connally, Walter Mondale, Tom DeLay, nuclear arms, Afghanistan, and Houston Conventions.

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