Papers of George Bowles, 1976-1984.

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Bowles, George. Papers of George Bowles, 1976-1984.

Papers of George Bowles, 1976-1984.

The collection consists of the manuscripts for Bowles' "Richmond correspondent." Almost all discuss Virginia politics although national concerns are mentioned occasionally. Gubernatorial and United States senatorial elections and candidates, party politics, and issues before the General Assembly are the chief topics.

381 items.

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