James Richardson papers
The papers of James P. Richardson contain personal and professional correspondence related to his 1938 campaign as candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative from District #2 in the New Hampshire Congress, including a letter to Dartmouth College undergraduates inviting them to help with the campaign, letters of thanks for contributions, and letters from his friends after his defeat. Other campaign related material includes a notebook with his speaking engagements, official notice of filing as a candidate in the Primary Election, statement of receipts and expenditures incurred during the campaign, and a speech for the Candidates' Meeting at Chesterfield, N.H. Reviews of the work of the United States Supreme Court for the years 1927 to 1940 as well as two notebooks with class notes and correspondence and bulletins related to the National Recovery Administration are also included.
- 1927 - 1938
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Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
.75 linear ft. (2 box)
Language of Materials
James P. Richardson (1878-1947), lawyer. Dartmouth College Class of 1899. The collection consists of reviews of the work of the United States Supreme Court for the years 1927 to 1940, two notebooks with class notes, as well as correspondence and other material related to his 1938 candidacy for the Republican nomination for Representative from District #2 in the New Hampshire Congress.
Notes for Cataloger
New Hampshire. General Court. United States. Supreme Court. Republican Party (N.H.) Elections -- New Hampshire. Campaign management -- New Hampshire. Campaign speeches. National Recovery Administration
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