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Transcripts of open interviews are available at the Senate Historical Office, and copies are deposited in the Library of Congress, the National Archives, and the senatorial manuscript collections and appropriate presidential libraries.
Select interviews are available on the U.S. Senate website. Serving as the Senate's institutional memory, the Historical Office collects and provides information on important events, precedents, dates, statistics, and historical comparisons of current and past Senate activities for use by members and staff, the media, scholars, and the general public.
The Historical Office uses information gained through these oral histories for its own reference work, and also makes it available to researchers by depositing copies in the Senate Library, the Library of Congress, the National Archives and Records Administration, and a microfiche edition distributed by Scholarly Resources, Inc.
Congress. Senate. Historical Office. Oral history collection, (inclusive), [microform]. United States. Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Senate.
[Bicentennial of the United States Senate collection]. University of Kansas Archives / MSS / Rare Books, Kenneth Spencer Research Library: referencedIn: Barrett.
James Roe Ketchum: White House Curator, -Senate Curator, - oral history interviews, Novem to Septem by James Roe Ketchum (Book) Most widely held works by United States. Maine Acadian Cultural Survey Collection The Maine Acadian Cultural Survey was an eight-week study conducted in as a joint project of the American Folklife Center and the North Atlantic Regional Office of the National Park Service Contributor: Taylor, David Alan - Bayley, Julie - United States.
National Park Service. The Edward M. Kennedy Oral History Project, created in partnership with the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, is a compilation of interviews from current and former members of the Senate, House, administration officials, foreign leaders, Senate staff, issue advocates, journalists, family and friends documenting Senator Kennedy’s service.
The National Archives Oral History Project collects the historical experiences, insights, and perspectives of staff and former staff. The interviews help us understand the agency’s culture, work practices, decision-making processes, historical actions, and events, and they also help preserve the institutional memory of the National Archives.
Brooklyn Historical Society Oral History Program. California State University Fullerton – Center for Oral and Public History Edmund S. Muskie Oral History Collection at Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. Florida Atlantic University: Race and Change Suffolk University Oral History Project, Boston, MA.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Select interviews are available on the U.S. Senate website. For more information about the United States Senate Oral History Project, contact the Senate Historical Office at () or via email at [email protected] United States Senate Historical Office Description Serving as the Senate's institutional memory, the Historical Office collects and provides information on important events, precedents, dates, statistics, and historical comparisons of current and past Senate activities for use by members and staff, the media, scholars, and the general public.
The United States Senate Historical Office World Wide Web site provides scholars, students, and lifetime learners with a wealth of useful historical information about the upper house of the United States Congress.
Available data include a broad range of historical statistics and facts pertaining to the Senate, primary texts (specifically oral. The United States Catalogue of Graphic Art marks the first comprehensive publication of the approximately 1, prints that constitute the Senate’s collection.
Offering a variety of perspectives on the Senate of the 19th and 20th centuries, the prints provide insight into a time quite different than the media-saturated world of today. Don Ritchie talked to participants in the Senate Historical Office’s Oral History Program about their long careers on Senate included changes in the Senate, the maiden speeches of.
The Historian of the United States Senate heads the United States Senate Historical Office, which was created in to record and preserve historical information about the United States current Historian of the Senate is Betty K. Koed. Purpose. Serving as the Senate's institutional memory, the Historical Office collects and provides information on important events, precedents.
Presented to enlighten, amuse, and inform, our new Senate history blog explores the forces, events, and personalities that have shaped the modern Senate. Learn about Senate Art & History Explore the Senate's collection of paintings, sculpture, graphic art, and decorative art representing the history of the institution, the Capitol, and the nation.
Oral History: ongoing. Senator Robert C. Byrd-United States Capitol Historical Society () Senator Robert C.
Byrd-Senate Historical Office (); Jim Huggins (Updated 1/21/) Staff to Senator Byrd (); Jim Nobles Neighbor and friend of Senator Byrd. As an elected officer of the Senate, the secretary of the Senate supervises an extensive array of offices and services to expedite the day-to-day operations of the United States Senate.
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records of committees relating to agriculture and forestry lin. records of the committee on appropriations lin. records of committees relating to defense As associate historian in the Senate Historical Office, beginning inRitchie conducted oral history interviews with former senators and retired members of Senate staff as part of the Senate oral history project.
In he became the Senate historian, succeeding Richard Baker, and held that post until his retirement in The history of the U.S. Congress is documented in the official records of Congress, the private and personal papers of members of Congress, and many other sources.
Official records include records of committee and administration/support offices for the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, records of Joint Committees of Congress, congressional hearings, records of.
Prepared by the Office of Senate Curator, the catalogue represents the first comprehensive effort to illustrate and interpret this rich collection of paintings and sculpture. The United States Senate Catalogue of Fine Art highlights works of art, including 82 sculptures, 75 paintings, 2 enameled mosaics, and 1 stained glass window.
Following Mr. Floyd’s death, protests and calls for change and an end to police brutality have risen throughout the United States and internationally. The Oral History Association stands in solidarity with the family of Mr. Floyd, Black Lives Matter, protestors, and communities of.
Oral history: ongoing. Senator Robert C. Byrd-United States Capitol Historical Society () Senator Robert C. Byrd-Senate Historical Office (); Jim Huggins (Updated 1/21/) Staff to Senator Byrd (); Jim Nobles Neighbor and friend of. U.S. Senate Historical Office Washington, DC Oral history: August 1-Octo pages.
Focuses on Senate career. Available on Senate home page. Also discussed in interview (Janu ) with Scott I.
Peek, administrative assistant to Senator Smathers, pages. ***ATTENTION***Out of an abundance of caution due to the COVID the United States Government Publishing Office Main Bookstore, located at North Capitol Street, N.W., Washington D.C.
will be closed to the public until further notice. About. The Senate: Conflict and Compromise A C-SPAN Original Production. The United States Senate is a uniquely American Institution, standing apart from other legislative bodies in the world.
Oral history: pages. Transcript of an interview by Pamela Neal Warford. Finding aid. Oral history: Ca. 6 pages.
Interview for book about women in government service, Few Are Chosen (). In the Peggy Lamson papers. Kenneth Cory's oral history discusses tax reform efforts by the governor and the legislature in the late s and s, campaigning and campaign reform, reapportionment, other issues ofthe office of controller, audits of Medi-Cal and welfare programs, the Board of Equalization, unitary system of accounting for corporate taxation.
Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations.
Rebecca Latimer Felton’s brief and essentially symbolic service in the Senate stood in contrast to her decades of participation in Georgia politics and civic affairs.
Outspoken, determined, and irascible, Felton was involved in public life from the s through the s. She first entered politics during her husband’s successful campaign for the House of Representatives and went on to.The United States Senate is the upper chamber of the United States Congress, which along with the United States House of Representatives—the lower chamber—comprises the legislative branch of the federal government of the United its counterpart, the Senate was established by the United States Constitution and convened for its first meeting on March 4, at Federal Hall in New.Clarence Thomas Official portrait, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Incumbent Assumed office Octo Nominated by George H.
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