03. Personal Papers
Found in 231 Collections and/or Records:
Al Lorence Collection, 1971-2004
The majority of the collection contains examples of campaign pins. The remainder of the collection is press releases and newspaper clippings.
Al Lorence Collection, 1972-2006
Campaign material and memorabilia collected by Mr. Lorence during his time as a staff member for the House of Representatives.
Material from campaigns of various Representatives from 2002-2006. Materials include bumper stickers, pins, buttons, stationary, balloons, magnets, etc.
David Reddecliff Collection, 1982-2021
Dawn Reese Collection, 1993-2006
This collection consists of research collected by Dawn Reese. The research involves issues such as organ donation, anatomical gifts, and suicide prevention among adults and teenagers.
Denise Johnson Collection, 1995-2015
This collection is from Denise Johnson, former staffer. She donated numerous memorabilia items from her time working in the Chief Clerks' Office and in the House Archives. Items include, but are not limited to, cups, gavels, frisbees, and more.
Denise Johnson Collection, 1996-2011
This collection contains materials from Denise Johnson's time working in the Chief Clerk's office. Materials include legislative directories, speaker publications, swearing in materials, and other memorabilia. Johnson is still donating materials and those will be added to this collection.
Frank J. Pistella Papers on the Aging and Older Adult Services Committee, 1987-2005
Frank Jackson Collection on Samuel M. Jackson, 1861-2008
This collection consists of material donated by Samuel M. Jackson's great grandson Frank Jackson. The materials are primarily photocopies of Samuel Jackson's civil war service and include his and his brothers' civil war diaries and fairly substantial secondary source material referencing Jackson's service.
Fred S. Prouser Collection, 1974-1990
Photos and slides by Fred Prouser were kept in their origianl order as the photographer arranged them.
These photos and slides cover Republican Caucus members at special events, committee meetings, session, demonstrations, and candid photos from 1974-1990. The slides are arranged by subject instead of date, so they are scattered chronologically. The negatives are arranged chronologically and then by House member's names.