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Warren Grant Magnuson papers and collected materials on Magnuson, 1918-1989

Author: Warren G Magnuson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, speeches, writings, legislation, case files, reports, scrapbooks, photos, film, audio and video tapes, papers of aides, and campaign ephemera, relating to Magnuson's career as member of Washington State House of Representatives (1933-1934), attorney for Washington Emergency Relief Administration (1933), assistant U.S. district attorney (1934), King County prosecuting attorney (1933-1936), U.S.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Laws
Scrapbooks
Speeches
Audiotapes
Videotapes
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Homer Truett Bone; John Main Coffee; Henry M Jackson; Lewis B Schwellenbach; Homer Truett Bone; John Main Coffee; Henry M Jackson; Lewis B Schwellenbach
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Warren G Magnuson
OCLC Number: 28410691
Notes: The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the University of Washington Libraries (Seattle).
Description: 1406.5 ft.
Other Titles: acc3181-010
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Correspondence, speeches, writings, legislation, case files, reports, scrapbooks, photos, film, audio and video tapes, papers of aides, and campaign ephemera, relating to Magnuson's career as member of Washington State House of Representatives (1933-1934), attorney for Washington Emergency Relief Administration (1933), assistant U.S. district attorney (1934), King County prosecuting attorney (1933-1936), U.S. representative from First District of Washington State (1937-1944), and U.S. senator (1945-1980; president pro tempore, 1979-1980), and reflecting his longtime interest in consumer legislation, health affairs, federal support for scientific research, and civil rights legislation. His committee assignments in the U.S. House of Representatives included Naval Affairs; in the Senate, Commerce (which he chaired 1955-1978); Appropriations (which he chaired 1978-1980) and its earlier subcommittee on Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare; and Judiciary. He also chaired the Alaska International Rail and Highway Commission (1956-1961). Magnuson's aides represented in the collection include Stanley Barer, Norman B. Dicks, Gerald B. Grinstein, Irvin A. Hoff, Eric Redman, W. Featherstone Reid, Edward Sheets, and Mike Steward. Other major correspondents include Homer T. Bone, John M. Coffee, Henry M. Jackson, Lewis B. Schwellenbach, Boeing Aircraft Company, and University of Washington.

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