Laxalt, Paul

 Person

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Alan Bible Papers

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Identifier: NC01
Overview Alan Bible, a Nevada politician and attorney, served as the District Attorney of Storey County from 1935-1938 until he was appointed Deputy Attorney General of Nevada in 1938. In 1942, Bible was appointed State Attorney, and served in that position until 1950. Upon resignation from that position, he resumed private practice of law, which would continue throughout the rest of his career. In 1954, Bible was appointed to serve in the United States Senate, filling the vacancy left upon the death...

Melvin Brunetti Papers

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Identifier: 2002-09
Overview Melvin Brunetti served as a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge beginning in 1985, and also acted as attorney to Paul Laxalt during Laxalt’s Nevada senatorial race in 1974. Brunetti practiced law in Carson City and Reno and served as President of the State Bar of Nevada in 1985. Collection includes materials from the 1974 Laxalt/Reid Senatorial race recount. Other materials are from his tenure as President of the State Bar of Nevada, including his involvement with Nevada School of Law at Old...

A gathering of governors (Program)

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Identifier: 94-24
Abstract Program for a special live broadcast featuring four former and one current Nevada governors discussing their experiences.

Charles Greenhaw Papers

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Identifier: AC 0647
Overview The Charles Greenhaw Papers consist of his unpublished manuscript about the history of community colleges in Nevada :People's Colleges. The manuscript includes transcriptions of oral histories of people who could share information about how Nevada's community colleges were created. These contributors include: Paul Laxalt, Helen Harris, P. Michael Marfisi, Paul Sawyer, Norman Glaser, Hugh Collett, Burnell Larson, Bill Wunderlich, Frederick Anderson, Sue Ballew, Delna Day, Pepper Sturm, Jr.; Amy...

Ground breaking

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Identifier: AC 0264
Abstract One scrapbook with invitation, program, and photographs taken during the dedication. Photographs include Paul Laxalt and his brother, Nevada author Robert Laxalt. The program includes a biography of Paul Laxalt, and a brief history of the Mackay School of Mines by James V. Taranik.

Paul Laxalt U.S. Senatorial Papers

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Identifier: 83-01
Overview Paul Laxalt (1922-2018) was a politician from Nevada and the first Basque-American senator. The collection covers Laxalt's career as a U. S. Senator from Nevada from 1974 until his resignation effective January 3, 1987. Files are comprised of materials retained from offices in Carson City, Reno, Las Vegas, and Washington, D.C., as well as materials retained from Senator Laxalt's time as the chair for Ronald Reagan's presidential campaigns in 1976, 1980, and 1984 and includes correspondence,...

Robert Laxalt Papers

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Identifier: 85-09
Abstract Manuscripts, reviews, correspondence, printed material, personal and family papers of Nevada author Paul Laxalt between 1936-1996;1950-1985.

University of Nevada System, Office of the Chancellor Records

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Identifier: AC 0027
Overview The office of the Chancellor was created in 1968, with the position serving as main administrative coordinator for the Board of Regents. With the growth of two campuses and the Desert Research Institute, it divided the authority and responsibility between the chancellor and the presidents. The collection includes records and information on significant events, administrators, programs and proposals, donors and community groups.

Paul Laxalt Papers

 Collection — Box: BSQAP 0015
Identifier: BAQ006
Abstract Bulletins from Paul Laxalt’s press office, clippings about Paul Laxalt and news and articles about Robert Laxalt. It also includes a tape, slides, photographs, posters, festival schedules and press clippings of the Basque dances group "Oraï-bat" from Bayonne.

Joseph H. Robertson Correspondence

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Identifier: 90-09
Abstract Letters written by Robertson to Nevada's U. S. Senators and Representatives, and their responses to him. Subjects include the military, taxation, campaign finance ethics, Social Security, foreign policy, arms and gun control, wilderness and Nevada issues.