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The Records & Papers Of The New York State Women’S Political Caucus, Brooklyn College Jan 2016

The Records & Papers Of The New York State Women’S Political Caucus, Brooklyn College

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The New York State Women’s Political Caucus is a thriving branch of the national organization. Adele Cohen, the creator of this collection, was highly involved with the organization on the state and national level and served as the president of the New York State caucus from 1992-1994. She began her association with NWPC in the 1980s and remained actively involved after her presidency.

The documents in this collection range in date from the late 1980s to the early 2000s and include information on the governance and activities of the organization as well as correspondence, newsletters, and endorsements.


Guide To The John E. Fogarty Papers 1941-1967 Jan 2016

Guide To The John E. Fogarty Papers 1941-1967

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John E. Fogarty served in the United States House of Representatives for twenty-six years (1941-1967) representing Rhode Island's Second Congressional District.

The papers of Congressman Fogarty were presented to Providence College by his wife, Mrs. Luise M. Fogarty, in March, 1967.

The collection consists of personal and constituent correspondence, photographs, public documents and memorabilia of John E. Fogarty (1913-1967), a Rhode Islander with national influence on the role of government in health and education. The 500,000 pieces pertain to legislation, Rhode Island affairs, constituent requests and, most significantly, various aspects of the health field.

Correspondents include most of ...