03. Personal Papers
Found in 212 Collections and/or Records:
This collection, donated by Jennifer J. Algoe, consists of obituaries and newspaper articles by and about Marsh. They are arranged chronologically, as much as possible, since many of the articles are without dates.
This collection consists of newspaper clippings, campaign mailings and photographs.� A researcher interested in Mr. Burns or the topics in which he was involved should examine his Oral History Interview, which was conducted on May 25, 2006.
This collection reflects the 7 year career of Representative Eli Evankovich. He was appointed to the Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control and Conservation Committee. Evankovich donated his legislative work.
Issues that were important to her were:� basic and higher education, charter schools, schools of choice, student grants and loans, the tuition account program, health and welfare issues of long-term and “uncompensated” care for the elderly, and child care. A researcher interested in Mrs. Taylor or the topics in which she was involved should examine her Oral History Interview, which was conducted on September 27, 2006.
The papers of Eric M. Roe contain his legislative work during his term in office. His work on House Bill 2060 is incorporated which deals with domestic relations, also known as Act 79 of 2018. Roe also incorporates many photographs from school visitors in addition to photographs of special events. This collection also contains Roe's speeches during his term, including his farewell speech in addition to many press releases, newsletters and other media.
The papers of Eugene D. DiGirolamo contain his legislative work, subject files, correspondece, photographs and videos of his time in office. Much of DiGirolamo's legislation and correspondence deals with the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs. In addition, photographs include headshots, group visits, and a certificate of elecction from 2016. There are numerous VHS tapes of events and speeches DiGirolamo did during his 25 years in office.
The papers of Frank "Chick" Tulli Jr. contain 5 framed oversized items from his time in the House. The items are memorabilia that symbolize the highlights of his career.
This collection consists of biographical and campaign material, legislative work files, issue files, reports, newsletters and a video. The bulk of the legislative, issue and report material is from Mr. Pistella's last two terms of service in the House from 2003-2006. The collection is valuable to any researcher interested in issues regarding senior citizens and especially long term care.