Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains records from the town, and later city, of Burlington, Vermont up to 1900. The collection is not a comprehensive archive for that time period. Some categories are rich in documentation, others contain only a few folders of scattered material.
Collection includes correspondence, reports, copies of Federal Power Commission hearings, printed material, and newspapers clippings, relating to Ross’s position as a Federal Power Commissioner, the Champlain Waterway Project (1962-67), the High Mountain Sheep Project (1955-64), the Northfield Pump Project (1965-67), the Water Resources Council (1966-67), and in particular the Northeast Power Failure of 1965.
The Edward C. Carter Collection contains correspondence, reports and memoranda, notes, typed and printed material, newspaper clippings, articles by Carter and other published material relating to the many concerns and organizations he participated in.
Collection includes primarily military service papers including Yales’ enlistment and discharge papers, company muster rolls of men under his command, reports, and postwar claims for pensions and back pay; together with a small amount of correspondence and personal material (1863-93).
Emerson was elected as a Republican to the Vermont House of Representatives in 1939, the Vermont State Senate in 1943, served two terms as lieutenant governor, 1945-47, before he was elected governor in 1951-53 and 1953-55. The collection covers the years 1941-(1951-1955)-1962.
The Madeleine May Kunin Papers contain materials spanning her political career from 1977 as Lieutenant Governor to 1996 when she left the United States to become Ambassador to Switzerland.
The Vermont Farm Bureau Papers contain correspondence at multiple levels, reports, legislation, newspaper clippings, publicity, and printed matter.
The VPIRG collection hold reports, clippings, correspondence, and public relations materials generated by the organization and other in connection with the various topics of public interest between the early 1970s and the mid 1990s.