Robert S. Babcock Papers
Scope and Content Note
Included in this collection of two boxes are manuscripts for “The Presidential Campaign in Vermont 1952” by Robert S. Babcock and with contributions by Joan Pauley of Bennington College; manuscripts for “Critic’s Chair” column in Burlington Free Press, 1949-1950; manuscripts for series of radio and TV addresses, WCAX-radio and WCAX-TV; and a collection of his writings on the Vermont legislature, “International Federalism”, an address given to the Middlebury Conference, and other miscellaneous writings.
- Babcock, Robert S. (Person)
Collection is open for research.
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Robert S. Babcock was a Vermont state senator for the Republican Party and became a member of the Eisenhower State Committee. He was elected an alternate to the 1952 national convention where he reported on presidential campaign. Mr. Babcock also served as Lieutenant Governor for Vermont in 1959-1961, but he lost the election for Governor in 1961. He worked for the Political Science Department of the University of Vermont for a period of time. Mr. Babcock contributed to The Burlington Free Press, where he authored the column “Critic’s Chair”, WCAX-radio, and WCAX-TV.
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Robert S. Babcock was a Republican Vermont state senator, a member of the Eisenhower State Committee, an alternate to the 1952 national convention, Lieutenant Governor for Vermont in 1959-1961, worked for the Political Science Department of the University of Vermont, and contributed to The Burlington Free Press, WCAX-radio, and WCAX-TV. Included in this collection are manuscripts for some of Babcock's writings and radio and TV addresses, a collection of his writings on the Vermont legislature, “International Federalism”, and an address given to the Middlebury Conference.
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- Guide to the Robert S. Babcock Papers mss.161
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