Records, 1944-1988.


Democratic Party (Wis.). Records, 1944-1988.

Records, 1944-1988.

Records of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin and its predecessor, the Democratic Organizing Committee (DOC), documenting state and national conventions, campaigning, fundraising, public relations, party organizing, delegate selection, candidates and elections, caucuses, membership, and administrative and financial activities.

17.0 c.f. (15 archives boxes, 10 record center cartons, 2 flat boxes); plus.additions of 20.6 c.f.46 tape recordings, and.92 photographs.

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