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Name Nebraska Democratic Party

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Image of RG0743.AM - RG0743 Boosalis, Helen G. 1919-2009

RG0743.AM - RG0743 Boosalis, Helen G. 1919-2009

The manuscript collection consists of ten boxes and thirteen oversized volumes containing various items relating to Boosalis' political career as Lincoln City Council member, Mayor and Gubernatorial candidate. The bulk of the collection consists of volumes of newspaper clippings with some correspondence, speeches and ephemera interspersed. Also included are materials from her time as Director of the Nebraska Department of Aging and her service on the AARP National Legislative Council and Chairman of the AARP Board of Directors. The materials in the collection date from ca. 1959-1999. The collection is organized roughly by year and position held by Boosalis at the time. The last three folde

Image of RG0792.AM - RG0792 Nebraska Democratic Party

RG0792.AM - RG0792 Nebraska Democratic Party

The collection consists of records of the Nebraska Democratic Party, ca. 1932-1984. Most of the material relates to the 1970s. Included are newsletters, reports, committee minutes and campaign literature relating to the Democratic Party and its activities in Nebraska.

Image of 13082-14 - Handbill, Political, Norm Wallman for Legislature, President George W. Bush on one side with "Had Enough"

13082-14 - Handbill, Political, Norm Wallman for Legislature, President George W. Bush on one side with "Had Enough"

The front of the page has at the top in bold red lettering, "IT's Time For A New Direction." Below that to the right is a picture of Wallman and his slogan to the side of that. On the rest of the page below is his description and three political views. On the very bottom is a strip of navy blue with white writing on it that reads, "VOTE FOR NORM WALLMAN, DEMOCRAT FOR LEGISLATURE." On the back the top 3/4 of the page is black with a large picture of George W. Bush on the right side and then to the left in white lettering reads, "It seems the bad news never ends." Below that in red, larger bold lettering reads, "HAD ENOUGH?" On the very bottom 1/4 of the page is the mailing information on whit