Papers, 1931-1944.


Papers, 1931-1944.

Correspondence between Robert Coulter, a Cascade, Idaho, rancher who served as state representative and chairman of the Idaho Democratic Party, and T.A. Walters, U.S. assistant secretary of the interior; Edward J. Flynn chairman of the Democratic National Committee; Chase Clark; Compton I. White; James P. Pope; and Charles C. Gossett. Also included are the minutes of the Idaho State Democratic platform conventions (1942, 1944), minutes of a Democratic State Committee meetings (1942), minutes of a meeting of Democratic candidates (1942), and an agenda for the Democratic State platform convention (1942).

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White, Compton, 1877-1956 (person)

Pope, James Pinckney, 1884-1966. (person)

Gossett, Charles Clinton, 1888-1974. (person)

Gossett was born in Ohio in 1888. He and his family moved to Canyon County, Idaho, in 1920, where they farmed. Gossett served in the Idaho legislature in 1933-1934. He was Lieutenant Governor in 1937-1939 and again in 1941-1943. He was elected Idaho's governor in 1944. When U. S. Senator John Thomas died in 1945, Gossett resigned as Governor in order to serve in the senate until 1947. From the description of Scrapbook, 1932-1955. (Idaho State Historical Society Library & Archives...

Walters, T. A. (person)

Democratic Party (Idaho) (corporateBody)

Clark, Chase A. (Chase Addison), 1883-1966 (person)

Flynn, Edward J. (Edward Joseph), 1891-1953 (person)

Politician. From the description of Reminiscences of Edward Joseph Flynn : oral history, 1950. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309732385 Edward Joseph Flynn (1891-1953), lawyer, author, was born in New York City. He graduated from Fordham Law School in 1912 and admitted to the New York Bar in June 1913. Flynn practiced law in partnership with Bill McKeown from 1913 to1922, and Monroe Goldwater from 1924 to 1953, but he soon became involved ...

Coulter, Robert, 1875-1974. (person)