Scrapbooks Regarding Claude Pepper
Scope and Content
Two scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating primarily to Claude Pepper's last term as U.S. Senator and to his unsuccessful primary campaign against Senator Spessard L. Holland in 1958. The clippings date from 1948 to 1958.
The collection is open for research.
Politician. Born and educated in Alabama; received law degree at Harvard; taught law at the University of Arkansas, 1924. Began law practice in Perry, Florida, in 1925. Moved to Tallahassee to practice law in 1930. Served in Florida House of Representatives, 1929-1936; U.S. Senate, 1936-1951; U.S. House of Representatives, 1963-1989. Died in 1989.
0.5 Linear feet (2 volumes)
Language of Materials
Two scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings relating to Claude Pepper, U.S. Senator from Florida (1936-1951), covering the period 1948-1952 and his unsuccessful 1958 senatorial primary campaign against Spessard L. Holland.
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- A Guide to the Scrapbooks Regarding Claude Pepper
- Finding aid created by Dept. Staff
- December 2011
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- Description is written in English.
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