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Author: Walter J Kohler; Wisconsin. Governor (1929-1931 : Kohler)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : Master microform : English
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Papers, mainly 1929-1930, of Walter J. Kohler, Sr., a Wisconsin businessman and Republican governor (1929-1931), consisting almost entirely of official gubernatorial papers. The entire collection is also available on microfilm. Included are correspondence, minutes, reports, and clippings regarding judicial and administrative appointments, public appearances, complaints, and the administration of state agencies.
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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
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Named Person: John E Alexander; Louis Allis; Thomas Ryum Amlie; Emil Baensch; Levi H Bancroft; Meta Berger; John J Blaine; A M Brayton; W H Bridgeman; Charles E Broughton; William George Bruce; Richard Evelyn Byrd; William J Campbell; John B Chapple; William D Connor; Calvin Coolidge; Theodore Dammann; Thomas M Duncan; F Ryan Duffy; D C Everest; Edward Thomas Fairchild; Harold Sands Falk; Wilbur B Foshay; Chester Almeron Fowler; Oscar Marion Fritz; Gustave G Gehrz; George L Gilkey; Bernhard Gettelman; Walter S Goodland; Frank N Graass; Halbert L Hoard; Daniel W Hoan; Merlin Hull; Ralph M Immell; Joseph W Jackson; J C Kleczka; Irvine Luther Lenroot; Don D Lescohier; Orland S Loomis; Frank O Lowden; Francis E McGovern; Oscar Haskell Morris; Morgan Murphy; George A Nelson; John Mandt Nelson; John S Owen; Joseph A Padway; George S Parker; Gifford Pinchot; Franklin D Roosevelt; F J Sensenbrenner; Conrad Shearer; William A Titus; Ellis B Usher; George Vits; Lawrence C Whittet; John D Wickhem; Aubrey Willis Williams; Charles Clark Younggreen
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Walter J Kohler; Wisconsin. Governor (1929-1931 : Kohler)
OCLC Number: 122470699
Description: 18.2 c.f. (43 archives boxes, 4 card boxes, and 1 oversize folder) and. 47 reels of microfilm (35 mm.)

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Papers, mainly 1929-1930, of Walter J. Kohler, Sr., a Wisconsin businessman and Republican governor (1929-1931), consisting almost entirely of official gubernatorial papers. The entire collection is also available on microfilm. Included are correspondence, minutes, reports, and clippings regarding judicial and administrative appointments, public appearances, complaints, and the administration of state agencies. Additional correspondence, petitions, and notes concern pending legislation about chain stores, income taxes, park acquisitions, fishing license fees, labor unions, the repeal of the Wisconsin Prohibition Law, and many other topics. There are also subject files on the Wisconsin Citizen's Committee on Unemployment. A few items document electoral politics and the attempt by the La Follette faction of the Republican Party to oust Kohler for alleged campaign violations. A substantial part of the collection documents the ceremonial functions of the office including the issuance of resolutions, proclamations, and official greetings.

Prominent correspondents include John E. Alexander, Louis Allis, Thomas Amlie, Emil Baensch, Levi Bancroft, Meta Berger, John Blaine, A.M. Brayton, W.H. Bridgeman, Charles E. Broughton, William G. Bruce, Richard E. Byrd, W.J. Campbell, John B. Chapple, W.D. Connor, Calvin Coolidge, Theodore Dammann, Thomas Duncan, F. Ryan Duffy, D.C. Everest, Edward T. Fairchild, Harold S. Falk, Wilbur B. Foshay, Chester A. Fowler, Oscar M. Fritz, Gustave Gehrz, George Gilkey, Bernard Gettelman, Walter S. Goodland, Henry Graass, Halbert Hoard, Daniel Hoan, Merlin Hull, Ralph Immell, J.W. Jackson, J.C. Kleczka, Irvine Lenroot, Don Lescohier, Orland Loomis, Frank O. Lowden, Francis McGovern, Oscar Morris, Morgan Murphy, George B. Nelson, John M. Nelson, John S. Owen, Joseph A. Padway, George S. Parker, Gifford Pinchot, F.J. Sensenbrenner, Conrad Shearer, Franklin D. Roosevelt, W.A. Titus, Ellis B. Usher, George Vits, Lawrence C. Whittet, John D. Wickhem, Aubrey Williams, and C.C. Younggreen. Portions of the collection are indexed by name.

Prominent correspondents include John E. Alexander, Louis Allis, Thomas Amlie, Emil Baensch, Levi Bancroft, Meta Berger, John Blaine, A.M. Brayton, W.H. Bridgeman, C.E. Broughton, William G. Bruce, Robert E. Byrd, W.J. Campbell, John B. Chapple, W.D. Connor, Calvin Coolidge, Theodore Dammann, Thomas Duncan, F. Ryan Duffy, D.C. Everest, Edward T. Fairchild, Harold S. Falk, Wilbur B. Foshay, Chester A. Fowler, Oscar M. Fritz, Gustave Gehrz, George Gilkey, Bernhard Gettelman, Walter S. Goodland, Henry Graass, Halbert Hoard, Daniel Hoan, Merlin Hull, Ralph Immell, J.W. Jackson, J.C. Kleczka, Irvine Lenroot, Don Lescohier, Orland Loomis, Frank O. Lowden, Francis McGovern, Oscar Morris, Morgan Murphy, George B. Nelson, John M. Nelson, John S. Owen, Joseph A. Padway, George S. Parker, Gifford Pinchot, F.J. Sensenbrenner, Conrad Shearer, Franklin D. Roosevelt, W.A. Titus, Ellis B. Usher, George Vits, Lawrence C. Whittet, John D. Wickhem, Aubrey Williams, and C.C. Younggreen. Portions of the collection are indexed by name.

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