Goodwin J. Knight papers, 1896-1988 (bulk 1946-1970).


Goodwin J. Knight papers, 1896-1988 (bulk 1946-1970).

Political and personal correspondence, speeches, press releases, pamphlets, clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, audio-visual materials, memorabilia, and a book written by Knight as a child. The body of the collection includes the years 1946-1970 and covers Knight's political career, with an emphasis on statewide campaigns. Personal correspondence mentions civic, personal, and business-oriented organizations to which Knight belonged. Knight's early life and education and family matters are also covered. Political figures such as George Christopher, Earl Warren, Edmund Brown, Richard Nixon, William Knowland, and Dwight D. Eisenhower appear in the materials.

191 linear feet.

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