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Overview Peter H. Dominick was an attorney who was elected as a Republican to the United States Senate and served as a U.S. Senator from Colorado from 1963-1975. He also served as U.S. Representative from Colorado for the Second District from 1961-1963. In 1946, Dominick and his family moved from Connecticut to Colorado, where Dominick joined the Denver law firm of Holland and Hart as a partner. Sen. Dominick served on the Republican Policy Committee and he was the ranking minority member of the...
Representative Peter H. Dominick and Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall discuss the Colorado White Water Association, 1961
Overview Congressman Dominick (R-Colo.) and Interior Secretary Stewart Udall (right) stand together, discussing the Colorado White Water Association while holding papers. One item in the Congressman's left hand bears the name and logo of the Association. Colorado Whitewater (CWWA) was established in 1954 to promote the sport of whitewater paddling in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.
Representative Peter H. Dominick speaks in New York at a dinner for members of the National Defense Transportation Association, 1963
Overview Congressman Dominick (R-Colo.), dressed in a tuxedo, stands behind a podium as he delivers a speech at the NDTA dinner in New York in May, 1961. His wife, Nancy P. Dominick, is seated on his left. The National Defense Transportation Association's members are civilian and military organizations and individuals whose mission is to work together to create a strong transportation and distribution system in the United States. Rep. Dominick was responsible for legislation promoting commerce when he...
Senator Peter H. Dominick accepts a plaque from Robert M. Gjonovich, District President of the National Association of Post Office and General Service Maintenance Employees in February 1968, 1968 February 14
Overview Robert M. Gjonovich, District President of the National Association of Post Office and General Services Maintenance Employees (NAPOGSME) presents Sen. Dominick with a plaque from members of the labor union as Ross Messer and Edward Diekemper look on. Senator Dominick served on the U.S. Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee from January 15, 1965 to January 3, 1975.