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Correspondence by Subject, 1929 - 1953

Part of ML-3: Charles W. Tobey papers


Contains correspondence with constituents and on behalf of constituents organized by Tobey by subject. Subjects covered include the Banking and Currency Committee, Bretton Woods, the US Census, Conscription, the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Committees associated with the Textron Inquiry, TV and Radio Regulations, and Foreign Relations, as well as correspondence related to his three Senate campaigns. Of note is the correspondence related to Tobey's interest in disability regulation related to Multiple Sclerosis and Cancer, as well as his involvement as a member of the Senate Crime Investigating Committee, which investigated organized crime, particularly on the NY waterfront and interstate gambling.


  • 1929 - 1953

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From the Collection: English

Part of the Rauner Library Archives and Manuscripts Repository

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Hanover NH 03755 USA

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