Papers of Gerald Bogan, 1947-1986.

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Bogan, Gerald Leroy, 1912-1986. Papers of Gerald Bogan, 1947-1986.

Papers of Gerald Bogan, 1947-1986.

The papers of Gerald Bogan reflect his activities in Iowa politics, elections, and the Republican Party. Subject files include topics ranging from annual legislative sessions and reapportionment to campaigns for Republican candidates such as Robert K. Beck, Roger Jepsen, and Robert D. Ray. Also included are party platforms, lobbying reports, Iowans for Right to Work files, and materials relating to the Iowa Good Roads Association. Bogan's correspondence files include letters from: Robert K. Beck, Terry E. Branstad, Charles Grassley, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Roger Jepsen, Robert D. Ray, Mary Louise Smith, Neal Smith, and Tom Tauke.

7 linear ft., (14 boxes)

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