Congressional papers, 1948-1981 (bulk 1958-1981).


Brademas, John, 1927-. Congressional papers, 1948-1981 (bulk 1958-1981).

Congressional papers, 1948-1981 (bulk 1958-1981).

The John Brademas Congressional Papers, 1948-1981 (bulk 1958-1981), document the twenty-two year congressional career of John Brademas. Consisting of 229.5 linear feet of records, the papers contain correspondence, legislative files, reports, bills, clippings, campaign literature, audiovisual material and other files. Although some material pertains to years prior to his election in 1958, the bulk of material centers on his eleven terms in the U.S. Congress. The majority of the Brademas Papers consists of the Congressman's Washington office files, covering virtually all aspects of his legislative, political, administrative, and public relations activities. The collection is particularly strong in the areas of education, arts, and humanities. Foreign affairs, especially relations with Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus, is also represented. District office files are represented in the constituent services series.

229.5 linear ft. (236 boxes).

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