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Rules and practice
|Named Person:||Winston S Churchill; Howard Worth Smith|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Howard Worth Smith; Carl Bert Albert; Gerald R Ford; F D G Ribble; Sargent Shriver; Council of Europe. Consultative Assembly
|Other Titles:||Howard Worth Smith Papers|
Of interest in his correspondence is an exchange with Frederick Deane Goodwin Ribble on the constitutionality of Federal troops in the 1957 Little Rock crisis, a letter from Sargent Shriver justifying the Peace Corps, and a telegram, 1964, from Carl Albert asking Smith's committee to hear the anti-povery bill. Speeches, 1953-1968, given or written by Smith, are included.
Most of the collection consists of memorabilia from a 1951 visit of a Congressional delegation to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, preceded by official visits to West Germany and Austria.
Photographs, clippings, invitations, guest books, articles about Smith, and a list of his constituents and supporters from an election campaign complete the collection.
- Churchill, Winston S. -- (Winston Spencer), -- 1940-2010.
- Smith, Howard Worth, -- 1883-1976 -- Photographs.
- Peace Corps (U.S.)
- United States. -- Congress -- Rules and practice.
- United States. -- Congress -- History -- 1932.
- United States. -- Congress. -- House. -- Committee on Rules.
- Conservatism -- United States.
- Constitutional law -- United States.
- Economic assistance, Domestic -- Law and legislation -- United States.
- International cooperation -- Societies, etc.
- Oral history.
- Poverty -- United States.
- School integration -- Arkansas -- Little Rock -- 1957.
- Germany -- Bonn -- Description and travel.
- United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
- Austria -- Vienna -- Description and travel.