Papers of Wiley Mayne, 1966-1974.

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Papers of Wiley Mayne, 1966-1974.

The papers of Wiley Mayne document his political career. The "Campaign" series includes subject files for each county in his district, correspondence, financial material, nomination papers, etc. The second grouping consists of "Correspondence" arranged both alphabetically and by county. There are twenty-seven folders relating to Sioux City, Iowa. Series three is titled, "Departments," and includes subject files concerning such government departments as agriculture and defense. The "Legislation" section details his interests in such topics as agriculture, conservation of natural resources, education, and impeachment. Series five, "Organizations," includes information on such diverse groups as the American Bar Association, the American Milk Producers, and the National Education Association. The final series is labeled, "Miscellaneous." It is made up of numerous subject files including materials on the Judiciary committee, Sioux City, Iowa, speeches, photographs, and the Republican party. Correspondents include Gerald Leroy Bogan, George Bush, John C. Culver, Gerald R. Ford, Orville L. Freeman, Harold Royce Gross, Clifford M. Hardin, Charles B. Hoeven, Harold E. Hughes, John Kyl, Jack R. Miller, Richard M. Nixon, Robert D. Ray, William J. Scherle, Fred Schwengel, and Caspar W. Weinberger.

Papers, 116 linear ft., (116 boxes)Photographs, 34 folders.

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