Papers, 1917-1980.


Papers, 1917-1980.

Papers include: Correspondence (1944-1960) between Battaglia and various Oregon politicians regarding election campaigns and his appointment to the Reemployment Committee which assisted returning veterans in finding work; Oregon Republican Club convention programs (1939-1940, 1947); Rose Festival show awards (1961-1962, 1980) presented to his wife, Olive Battaglia; ephemera (1917-1943), including a program from the Apollo Club (1926), a war ration book (1943), and grade school diplomas (1917) of Joe Battaglia and his wife. Political correspondents include Tom McCall, Mark Hatfield, and Guy Cordon.

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