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Part I: Robert M. La Follette, Jr., Papers, 1895-1960 (continued)
Speeches and Writings File, 1921-1948 (continued)
Invitations to Speak, 1933-1946 (continued)
Invitations declined
(15 folders)
Invitations declined
(2 folders)
BOX I:C554-C567 Speeches and Articles, 1924-1946
Handwritten drafts, typescripts, and printed copies.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX I:C554 1924-1925, drafts
Aug. 17, announcement of candidacy for United States Senate
Aug. 25, senatorial campaign, Stoughton, Wis.
Aug. 26, special election, Prairie du Chien, Wis.
Aug. 31, railroad trainmen, Pleasant Valley Park, Wis.
Sept. 12, Federal Trade Commission, Racine, Wis.
Dec. 15, labor
1926-1927, drafts
Mar. 31, the “Bread Trust”
July 16, Blaine-Ekern gubernatorial campaign, Randolph, Wis.
BOX I:C555 Aug. 28, legislative issues, Ashland County Fair Grounds, Ashland, Wis.
Nov. 15, political issues, Milwaukee, Wis.
Undated, Charles A. Lindbergh (1902-1974), Madison, Wis., fragment
Mar. 8, Muscle Shoals, United States Senate
Spring, Republican National Convention delegates
June 15, Progressive Party platform, Kansas City, Mo.
Labor Day, political issues, Milwaukee, Wis.
Coolidge, Calvin, administration
Political issues
(2 folders)
Undelivered, South American affairs
BOX I:C556 1929
June 1, La Follette, Sr., Radio Forum, Washington, D.C.
Sept., tariff, United States Senate
Undated, tariff chemical schedule, United States Senate
1930-1932, Drafts
Apr. 23 and 26, liberalism, Boston, Mass., and New York, N.Y.
Spring, reelection of William H. McMaster, South Dakota
(2 folders)
Aug. 28, political issues, WTMJ, Milwaukee, Wis., fragment
Summer, Kohler-La Follette primary campaign
Sept. 9, endorsing Progressive candidates, Bonduel, Wis.
Oct. 15, endorsing reelection of Thomas James Walsh (1859-1933), Madison, Wis.
Endorsing Edward P. Costigan, Democratic senatorial nominee, Colorado
Gridiron Club, Washington, D.C.
Jan., vacations
Mar. 7, achievements of 71st Congress
May 25, NBC radio address narrated by Edwin Alger, Washington, D.C.
July 23, labor in Wisconsin, State Federation of Labor, Oshkosh, Wis.
Sept., endorsing election of Wisconsin congressional candidate Thomas Amlie
Nov. 13, “Progressive Statesmanship in America,” St. Louis, Mo.
Nov. 25, various issues, Movietone talk
Dec. 26, the Depression, Washington Star Radio Forum, Washington, D.C.
(2 folders)
BOX I:C557 1932
Jan. 11, various issues, NBC radio
Jan. 29, “We Need Purchasing Power, Not Credit,” March of Events page, Hearst newspapers
Feb. 24, education, National Education Association, Washington, D.C.
Mar. 6, “The Way Out of Our National Dilemma,” Sinai Temple, Chicago, Ill.
Mar. 14, national economy, NBC National Radio Forum, Washington, D.C.
Mar. 15, legislative bill to establish an economic council, NBC radio, Washington, D.C.
Mar., Progressive platform
Apr. 2, endorsing Newton Jenkins, Republican Progressive senatorial candidate
June 6, endorsing reelection of Smith W. Brookhart, Iowa
June 25, endorsing reelection of Gerald Nye
June 25, testimonial dinner for Harry Slattery
Summer, various speeches endorsing La Follette-Blaine ticket
Sept. 17, Wisconsin primary campaign, WCCO radio, Minneapolis, Minn.
Sept., Wisconsin primary campaign, fragment
Apr. 14, public policy, WIBA radio, Madison, Wis.
Apr. 21, farm relief bill, WIBA radio, Madison, Wis.
Apr. 28, inflation, WIBA radio, Madison, Wis.
May 4, unemployment, Citizens Conference on Vocational Education and the Problems of Reconstruction, Washington, D.C.
May 5, Muscle Shoals, WIBA radio, Madison, Wis.
BOX I:C558 May 12, St. Lawrence Seaway project, WIBA radio, Madison, Wis.
May 13, general legislative issues, Bridgeport, Conn., notes
May 19, La Follette, Jr., construction bill, WIBA and WEBC radio, Madison, Wis.
May 26, public works and industrial recovery bill, WIBA and WEBC radio, Madison, Wis.
May 29, St. Lawrence Seaway project, United States Senate
June 9, Senate investigation of J. P. Morgan & Co., WIBA and WEBC radio, Madison, Wis.
June 16, legislative issues of the 73rd Congress, WIBA radio, Madison, Wis.
July 11, Maple Bluff Farm picnic, hosted by La Follette, Jr., and Philip Fox La Follette, Madison, Wis.
July 16, German immigrant contributions to the nation, Madison, Wis.
July 20, the Depression and the need for economic recovery, Wisconsin State Federation of Labor Convention, Green Bay, Wis.
Aug. 4, veterans legislation, Veterans Civic League, Madison, Wis.
Oct. 20, St. Lawrence Seaway project, Great Lakes Harbors Association, Detroit, Mich.
National Recovery Administration
Jan. 3, various legislative issues, CBS radio, Washington, D.C.
Jan. 24, St. Lawrence Seaway project, United States Senate
Jan. 30, St. Lawrence Seaway project, speech material
Feb. 9, St. Lawrence Seaway project, NBC radio, excerpt
Feb. 17, St. Lawrence Seaway project, NBC radio
BOX I:C559 Mar. 3, Progressive movement, Madison, Wis.
Apr. 9, taxation, NBC radio
Apr. 17, death of John J. Blaine
Apr. 19, funeral of John J. Blaine
May 19, Progressive movement, Fond du Lac, Wis.
(2 folders)
June 6, selection of Henry Fletcher as Republican National Committee chairman
Oct. 22, introducing Fiorello La Guardia, WTMJ radio, Milwaukee, Wis.
Oct. 2[4?], endorsing reelection of Philip Fox La Follette, WISN radio
Undated, “New Frontiers for Youth”
News releases
Apr. 5, economic issues, WOL radio, Washington, D.C.
Apr. 28, taxation, Columbia Network radio
Dec. 19, economic cooperation, East Side High School, Madison, Wis.
Undated, Progressive movement
Mar. 11, “The National Importance of the St. Lawrence Waterway,” Seaway Conference, Detroit, Mich.
Apr. 6, nineteenth anniversary of United States Senate war declaration, nationwide radio broadcast from Capitol, excerpt, Washington, D.C.
June 17, Statement
Calling conference of progressives
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