Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 252 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) announces his candidacy for re-nomination and re-election to the United States Senate on May 21, 1968. Sen. Dominick states that he hopes to continue his service to Colorado and the United States so that he can work to achieve stability at home and abroad, provide resources for the U.S. government and create educational and job opportunities for the citizens of Colorado and the United States
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions from Colorado constituents during a segment of his For the record radio program on November 16, 1967 in Washington, D.C. Sen. Dominick explains his position on U.S. trade with communist nations, which he says should be increased only if these countries make political concessions such as improving freedom of the press and the cessation of arms sales to the Middle East. He also discusses his opposition to a bill that would allow candidates for...
Overview University of Denver Chancellor Maurice B. Mitchell speaks at a rally for New York Governor and Republican presidential candidate Nelson Rockefeller at the University of Denver in 1968. The University of Denver podium bears a sign reading "Rocky has never lost an election."
Overview Clipping about Myron "Micky" Miller from the Denver Business Journal and six page biography of Myron "Micky" Miller for Miller Global. Biography of Myron "Micky" Miller in the form of a resume with several handwritten notes. It covers Micky Miller's business career, community involvement and awards, and service on political finance committees for Democratic candidates.
Overview Black and white contact sheet of images from a rally for Republican presidential candidate and New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller at the University of Denver in May 1968.
Overview Black and white contact sheet of images from a rally for New York Governor and Republican presidential candidate Nelson Rockefeller at the University of Denver in 1968.