United States. Congress. House
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
George Q. Cannon family correspondence
Collection is comprised of letters, most of them written by George Q. Cannon during his time of service as a Utah Territory delegate to the United States House of Representatives. The remainder of the letters were written by a variety of family members and friends to Martha Telle Cannon. The bulk of the letters were written between 1872 and 1882.
Delwin Morgan Clawson correspondence
Correspondence. The materials relate to legislation on numerous topics pending before the House of Representatives in the United States congress.
Henry Aldous Dixon papers
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, administrative papers, and office files. The items relate chiefly to Dixon's service on congressional committees dealing with agriculture and education.
George Q. and Martha Telle Cannon correspondence, 1872-1891
George Q. Cannon and Martha Telle Cannon correspondence, including forty-one letters exchanged between George Q. Cannon and Martha Telle Cannon, between 1872 and 1891. Their correspondence documents George Q. Cannon's experiences as a Territorial Delegate from Utah to the United States House of Representatives; Martha Cannon's experiences in her Salt Lake City, Utah, home; family relationships and news; and Church events.
George Q. Cannon correspondence, 1880
George Q. Cannon correspondence, including one letter from George Q. Cannon to Sarah A. Telle King in New York, 1880.
Martha Telle Cannon correspondence, 1880-1902
Contains correspondence from Cannon, including seven letters, from 1880 to 1902. Six are addressed to Martha Telle Cannon from a variety of family members, and one is from Martha Telle Cannon to Lewis Telle Cannon.
John H. Perry papers
Photocopies of newspaper clippings, House of Representatives Bill 56 of the 99th Congress, House of Representatives hearings on a comprehensive tax reform bill, survey results on a National Dividend Act, and transcripts of a television interview. The items relate to Perry's efforts to reduce the federal deficit and establish more equitable taxes.
Includes subscription lists for reprints of two speeches given in the U.S. House of Representatives concerning the Polygamy Bill. Thirty-three colleagues signed the subscription list for copies of C.M. Pomeroy's speech (Rep. of Iowa) and fourteen signed a list for reprints of Hamilton Ward's address (Rep. of New York). A total of 14,700 copies were ordered from the Congressional Globe office. Photocopies of the speeches are included.
- Collection 5
- Archival Object 3
- Letters 6
- Mormon families -- History 4
- Territorial Government 4
- Utah -- History -- 19th century 4
- Agricultural laws and legislation -- United States -- History 1
- Bills 1
- Budget deficits -- United States -- History -- Sources 1
- Civil Procedure and Courts 1
- Educational law and legislation United States -- History -- Sources 1
- Interviews 1
- Legislators -- California -- Correspondence 1
- Legislators -- United States -- Correspondence 1
- Legislators -- United States -- History 1
- Memorandums 1
- Newspapers 1
- Political Campaigns 1
- Polygamy -- Law and legislation -- United States 1
- Public Finance 1
- Reports 1
- Speeches, addresses, etc., American 1
- Taxation -- United States -- History -- Sources 1
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1953-1961 1
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1969-1974 1 + ∧ less