William Sulzer Collection
|Title:||William Sulzer Collection|
|Call Number:||MS 74-16|
|Size:||0.5 linear feet|
|Processed by:||DAO, 7-30-1974; SMC, 2-18-1998, MN, 1-2009|
|Note:||Collection stored in off-site facility. Contact Special Collections regarding retrieval|
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The William Sulzer Collection is comprised of a scrapbook containing correspondence, clippings, and pamphlets. The material involves such topics as Sulzer's impeachment from the Governorship of New York, Al Smith's nomination to the Presidency, the Prohibition Party, and Tammany Hall. In short, the scrapbook deals with machine politics in the late 1920s in New York and on the national level. The dates range from 1927 to 1948.
Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing
|Box 1||William Sulzer scrapbook containing correspondence, clippings, and pamphlets, 1927-1948.|