Russell R. Miller papers, 1970-2008.


Miller, Russell R., 1937-. Russell R. Miller papers, 1970-2008.

Russell R. Miller papers, 1970-2008.

Papers regarding his 1970 political campaign for United States Congress, including correspondence, with letters from Edmund G. Brown, Alan Cranston, Roger Kent, Leo McCarthy, George Moscone, Edmund S. Muskie, Elmer E. Robinson, William M. Roth, Sargent Shriver, Benjamin H. Swig and Jesse Unruh; campaign biographies; statement and position papers; material on campaign strategy and office organization; campaign literature and memorabilia; press releases; radio and TV spots; campaign schedule; research material gathered by his staff on various issues including Vietnam; background material on his opponent, William S. Mailliard; clippings; public opinion studies; etc. Some post-election papers, 1970-1972 also included. Correspondence, election campaign materials, convention itineraries, and newspaper clippings for Democratic Party candidates, events, and issues. Campaign materials and correspondence with elected officials and those running for office include Jerry Brown 1992 presidential campaign, Nancy Pelosi congressional race, Kathleen Brown for Governor (Calif.), Bill Richardson for President, and Jackie Spiers for Congress. Includes an account of Miller's role at the 1992 Democratic National Convention negotiating with Bill Clinton and his representatives on behalf of Jerry Brown. Also includes a signed thank you note from Bill Moyers, numerous donation acknowledgement letters and invitations to fundraising events, and a photocopy of Governor Pete Wilson Committee Campaign Overview (Aug. 4, 1994).

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