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1973

Western Kentucky University

2nd District of Kentucky

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U.S. House Journal Of William H. Natcher, Vol. 33, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 1973

U.S. House Journal Of William H. Natcher, Vol. 33, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

U.S. House Journals of William H. Natcher

Journal, 17 April 1973 to 1 August 1973, of U.S. Congressman William Huston Natcher while he was representing Kentucky’s 2nd District. The journal includes an almost daily account of Natcher’s reflections on current events and transactions with the U.S. House of Representatives. Many of the entries contain typescripted newspaper articles with some editorial comment provided by Natcher, others are more personal in nature.


U.S. House Journal Of William H. Natcher, Vol. 34, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 1973

U.S. House Journal Of William H. Natcher, Vol. 34, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

U.S. House Journals of William H. Natcher

Journal, 2 August 1973 to 3 December 1973, of U.S. Congressman William Huston Natcher while he was representing Kentucky’s 2nd District. The journal includes an almost daily account of Natcher’s reflections on current events and transactions with the U.S. House of Representatives. Many of the entries contain typescripted newspaper articles with some editorial comment provided by Natcher, others are more personal in nature.


U.S. House Journal Of William H. Natcher, Vol. 35, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jan 1973

U.S. House Journal Of William H. Natcher, Vol. 35, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

U.S. House Journals of William H. Natcher

Journal, 4 December 1973 to 12 June 1974, of U.S. Congressman William Huston Natcher while he was representing Kentucky’s 2nd District. The journal includes an almost daily account of Natcher’s reflections on current events and transactions with the U.S. House of Representatives. Many of the entries contain typescripted newspaper articles with some editorial comment provided by Natcher, others are more personal in nature.