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Frederick P. Kessler papers, 1958-1992.

Author: Frederick P Kessler
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of Fredrick P. Kessler, Democratic member of the Wisconsin State Assembly (District 10; 1960-62, 1964-72, District 12; 2004-present), and circuit and reserve circuit judge in Milwaukee County, Wis. (1973-2003). Documented subjects include Kessler's involvement with Wisconsin's legislative reapportionment in the 1970s and 1990s, Milwaukee County's court system reorganization in the late-1970s, his activities  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Judicial records
Legislative records
Manuscript collection
Named Person: August C Backus; George Berdes; William J Johnson; Paul McCormack; Edmund S Muskie; Gaylord Nelson; William Proxmire; Henry S Reuss
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Frederick P Kessler
OCLC Number: 145774109
Description: 11.6 c.f. (30 archives boxes)
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Papers of Fredrick P. Kessler, Democratic member of the Wisconsin State Assembly (District 10; 1960-62, 1964-72, District 12; 2004-present), and circuit and reserve circuit judge in Milwaukee County, Wis. (1973-2003). Documented subjects include Kessler's involvement with Wisconsin's legislative reapportionment in the 1970s and 1990s, Milwaukee County's court system reorganization in the late-1970s, his activities within the American Bar Association, Amnesty International, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and the Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union (WCLU). Also documented are Kessler's legislative and judicial campaigns, and his interactions with staff, colleagues, and constituents around numerous topics and issues with which he was involved throughout his career, including judicial reform, the environment, civil rights, and the Wisconsin state constitution. The documents consist primarily of correspondence and subject files, some published materials, scattered newsprint, bill drafts, reports, and a few speeches. Significant correspondents include William Proxmire, Edmund S. Muskie, Gaylord Nelson, George Berdes, William J. Johnson, Paul McCormack, Henry S. Reuss, and August C. Backus.

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