Mary B. Maher Papers
Scope and Contents
Collection consists of correspondence, memos, reports, legislation, handwritten notes, and other printed materials documenting Maher's time as state representative for South Burlington. Correspondence is the predominant material type and comes from both government and civilian sources with some from the latter group relating to topics covered in the legislative papers series, in particular regarding motorcycle helmet laws and public education funding.
- Maher, Mary Barbara (Creator, Person)
Collection is open for research.
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.
Mary Barbara Maher served in the Vermont House of Representatives as a representative for South Burlington from 1974-1982. Prior to that, she served as chair of the South Burlington Planning Commission after being a member since 1971. Her most notable moments as a representative include performing the first civil union in the state of Vermont and fighting to eliminate straight ticket voting. Maher retired from public service in 2006.
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Collection contains official correspondence, committee reports, legislation, notes and memos, and other materials documenting Maher's term as State Representative for South Burlington.
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- Guide to the Mary B. Maher Papers
- 2019 March
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