Papers of Paul G. Norris, 1948-1980.

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Norris Paul G. Papers of Paul G. Norris, 1948-1980.

Papers of Paul G. Norris, 1948-1980.

The papers of Paul G. Norris consist of correspondence, speeches, and subject folders documenting his life and career. Comprised primarily of correspondence, there are letters from: Philip D. Adler, Gerald L. Bogan, Terry E. Branstad, Dick Clark, Sonja C. Egenes, Charles Grassley, H.R. Gross, Roger W. Jepsen, Karl M. LeCompte, Ann Landers, Kenneth MacDonald, Thomas E. Martin, Jack Miller, Merle Miller, Richard M. Nixon, Frank T. Nye, Robert R. Rigler, Jean Seberg, Neal Smith, and Lew Warren. The letters cover topics ranging from family matters to the newpaper business and politics to Lennox Industries, Inc. Speeches given by Norris between 1949 and 1973 and materials relating to the 1968 Republican National Convention round out this collection.

3 linear ft. (6 boxes)

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