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Political campaigns -- Wyoming

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Variant(s): Campaigns, Election Campaigns, Political Election campaigns Electioneering Electoral politics Negative campaigns See also: Politics, Practical Elections Found in: Thomson, A. Glossary of US politics and government, 2007, via WWW, July 22, 2013 (negative campaigning: when a candidate seeks to win an election by attacking his or her opponent’s character and policies, rather than emphasising the positives they themselves could potentially contribute to this office)

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

Guide to the Addison A. Spaugh collection

Identifier: H69-11

Correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper articles, and various records about A.A. Spaugh's personal and business life. His correspondence reveals some interesting information about his business efforts, the state of cattle ranching in the region, efforts to promote Wyoming agriculture, fencing and public lands. Biographical information exists in correspondence, a survey and manuscripts.

Dates: 1889-1941

Guide to the Carbon County Clerk records

Identifier: RG1047

Records filed with the Carbon County Clerk's Office, including some original files and volumes; and microfilm rolls.

Dates: 1867-2015

Guide to the Estelle Reel Campaign Material Collection

Identifier: H54-91

Campaign materials from Estelle Reel's run for Wyoming Superintendent of Schools in 1894.

Dates: 1894

Guide to the Estelle Reel Meyer Collection

Identifier: H60-110

Collection chiefly has material focusing on Estelle Reel Meyer's life as an educator and particularly as U.S. superintendent of Indian schools. Records include reports, articles, and information about her position and her efforts on behalf of Indian schools; together with correspondence dealing with her political relationships, both state and federal, and also with her attempt to be reappointed in the face of strong public and congressional opposition.

Dates: 1886-1947

Guide to the Frank C. Emerson Collection

Identifier: H76-15

Correspondence related to Emerson’s work as an engineer and to his candidacy for governor.

Dates: 1908-1930; Majority of material found in 1919-1930