03. Personal Papers
Found in 209 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
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.
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.
This collection was donated by an office who found these papers after Mendlow had left the House. Much of the collection items are from her time working for K. Leroy Irvis between 1983 and 1987.
Papers are left in original order and within the same file that they were found.