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Papers 1921-1954.

Author: Cyrus Philipp
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : Master microform : English
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Papers, mainly 1928-1952, of a Wisconsin industrialist, Republican Party leader, and son of Governor Emanuel L. Philipp. The files consist almost entirely of correspondence concerning Philipp's activities as chairman of the Republican State Central Committee (1934-1938), national committeeman (1944-1952), and leader in the Milwaukee County Republican Committee.
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Genre/Form: Microforms
Manuscript collection
Named Person: Robert A Taft; A M Brayton; William J Campbell; John B Chapple; Thomas E Coleman; George L Gilkey; F L Gullickson; Julius P Heil; Walter J Kohler; C L Kolb; Alvin E O'Konski; Henry Ringling; Edward A Samp; F J Sensenbrenner; George Vits; J Pierpoint Wood
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cyrus Philipp
OCLC Number: 145776107
Description: 9 reels of microfilm (35 mm.)

Abstract:

Papers, mainly 1928-1952, of a Wisconsin industrialist, Republican Party leader, and son of Governor Emanuel L. Philipp. The files consist almost entirely of correspondence concerning Philipp's activities as chairman of the Republican State Central Committee (1934-1938), national committeeman (1944-1952), and leader in the Milwaukee County Republican Committee.

The files deal with policy, fundraising and finances, and rivalries between various Republican Party leaders. Also included are materials on Philipp's support of the gubernatorial campaign of Walter Kohler, Sr., in 1930 and ongoing work in behalf of the presidential aspirations of Robert A. Taft.

The political correspondence includes numerous exchanges with state leaders such as A.M. Brayton, William J. Campbell, John B. Chapple, Thomas Coleman, George L. Gilkey, F.L. Gullickson, Julius Heil, C.L. Kolb, Alvin O'Konski, Henry Ringling, Edward A. Samp, F.J. Sensenbrenner, George Vits, and J. Pierpoint Wood. A small number of files concern Philipp's extensive philanthropic involvements in behalf of the Citizens Bureau of Milwaukee, the Family Welfare Association of Milwaukee, and other Milwaukee organizations. Only a few letters pertain to his business activities; these relate to his work in association with his father during the early 1920's.

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