Papers of C. Brian Kelly [manuscript], 1959-1978.

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Kelly, C. Brian. Papers of C. Brian Kelly [manuscript], 1959-1978.

Papers of C. Brian Kelly [manuscript], 1959-1978.

Include drafts and teletype copies of articles, news releases, clippings, correspondence, photographs, and printed campaign material. Kelly covered Virginia politics, particularly election campaigns, and activities of the General Assembly. There is considerable material on the Gubernatorial races in 1969 and 1977, and U.S. Senate races in 1970, 1976, and 1978, as well as on related races for attorney general and lieutenant governor. Other politically related topics in the collection include desegregation of Prince Edward County schools, the Potomac River Basin Compact, Kepone, the 1977 bond issue, VEPCO rates and the North Anna controversy. Of interest is a copy of a letter, 1863 November 12, from Abel D. Streight to Oliver Perry Morton regarding conditions in Libby prison.

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