03. Personal Papers
Found in 212 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of legislation, Alzheimer’s Awareness Caucus materials, District Economic Revitalization material, correspondence, press, office handouts and citations.
The collection contains mainly subject files related to the Consumer Affairs Committee, in which Preston was chair for several sessions. Topics include telecommunications (telephone, television, internet), public utilities (electricity, gas), and mass transit.
The collection contains various materials from Battisto's service in the House of Representatives, including campaign materials, awards, photographs, legislative work, memorabilia, framed objects, and events.
House Bill 1774 of 1989 became Act 82.� This bill, sponsored by Battisto, allowed counties to set their own assessment ratios after a countywide reassessment.
The papers of Katie True contain photocopied newspaper articles, invitations, campaign literature and speeches from True's terms as a Member of the House, her bid for Auditor General and as Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women. This information was gathered by True's secretary, Barbara, in her district office.
The collection contains material from campaigns, legislative work, newsletters, speeches, and memoribilia. Contains a poster from one of Manderino's campaigns. Most of the collection is legislative work.
This collection consists of legislative work files, correspondence, and newspaper clippings and articles. Part of McCall's legislative work focused on environmental issues, Historic Preservation, and issues related coal and mining. He also was interested in the state park system and promoting the history of Pennsylvania.