Politicians -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Primarily correspondence to, plus legal and financial documents of James A. Raycraft, Madge (Morris) Raycraft, Marguerite Raycraft Rives, and Henry M. Rives.,Various members of the Golden, Morris, Raycraft, and Rives families are represented to a lesser extent. Also includes clippings, certificates, diaries, memorabilia, and photos.
Abstract On-going publications issued by Reid's office for his Nevada constituents, emphasizing his accomplishments.
Abstract Originally named the Washoe County Women’s Club, the Republican Women’s Club of Reno was organized on October 17, 1949 by twelve women who felt the need to work together in the best interests of the Republican Party. Plans for a state federation were soon considered and delegates were nominated and elected to attend a meeting to discuss federation. In August 1950, state bylaws were approved and an organizational meeting was planned for a state federation which was officially formed on September...
Abstract Rives' letter to "Cleve" [Abner Coburn Cleveland] describes the proceedings of the 1884 Democratic conventions in Eureka and Lincoln Counties; gives names of nominees for the legislature; complains of debts incurred during the Lincoln County convention, and mentions prospects for the November election.
Overview Brian Sandoval served as the 29th Governor of Nevada from 2011-2018. Prior to serving as Governor, Sandoval also served as a United State District Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Nevada (2005-2009). The collection contains documents regarding Sandoval's confirmation as District Judge, investiture speeches, and his resignation as Judge.
Abstract Santini's papers as Representative to the U.S. Congress from Nevada include files related to his committee assignments and interests, particularly on the Energy and Commerce Committee; Interior and Insular Affairs Committee; and Select Committee on Aging. Campaign files are included.
Abstract Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings about the Senator, certificates of election, business cards, and photographs.
Abstract Largely, correspondence on political or postal matters; also some legal documents, an aircraft squadron training manual, and printed congressional materials such as bills and hearings.
Abstract Letterpress copy book of correspondence from Sweeney to friends, constituents, and associates about politics, business, and his personal affairs.
Abstract Letters to Mary Ellen Glass describing Woods' careers as a dental technician, rancher, and Assemblyman.