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Guide to the Henry M. Jackson Papers 1912-1987

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Title Guide to the Henry M. Jackson Papers 1912-1987
Subject Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington); Legislators--United States--Archives; Legislators--United States; Presidents--United States--Election--1960; Presidential candidates--United States--Archives; Presidents--United States--Elections--1972; Arms control--United States; Nuclear energy--United States; Nuclear energy--Government policy--United States; Nuclear facilities--Washington (State); Nuclear disarmament--United States; National security--United States; Military readiness; Political campaigns--United States; Elections--United States; Political parties--United States; Legislation--United States; Natural resources--United States; Protected areas--Law and legislation--United States; Washington (State); Politics and Politicians; International Relations; Environmental Conditions; Political Campaigns; Military; Public Works; Technology; Scrapbooks; Sound Recordings; Moving Images; Photographs; Artifacts
Description Papers, photographs, and other media materials of a Democratic Congressman and Senator from Washington State.; Early years: Henry Martin Jackson was born in Everett, Washington, in 1912, the son of Norwegian immigrants. His sister gave him his life-long nickname "Scoop" after a comic strip character in the local newspaper he delivered as a boy. He briefly attended Stanford University before graduating from the University of Washington, where he earned his bachelor of...
Publisher Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries
Date 1912/1987
Rights The Jackson papers are open to all researchers with the following
exceptions:; The case files in accessions 3560-1 (pre-congressional papers), 3560-6
(FPD papers), 3560-8 (House case files) and 3560-14 (Senate case files) as well
as any individual case files in other accessions are restricted to use by
graduate students, university faculty members, and others doing similar serious
research. These users must sign a statement indicating an understanding of the
restrictions on the dissemination of information contained in these files.
These conditions also apply to the microfilm of outgoing letters in accession
3560-19, which includes correspondence from constituent case files.; The Joel Merkel subgroup in box 330 of accession 3560-5 (Senate
papers) is closed until an undetermined date before 2011.; Some material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.; Literary rights to the Jackson papers have been transferred to the
University of Washington. However, copyright restrictions apply to incoming
letters and may apply to many of the photographs, moving image materials, sound
recordings, and political cartoons. Researchers are advised to consult with the
staff of the Special Collections Division, University of Washington Libraries
for further information.
Type Collection collection
Language eng
Format approximately 1,240 cubic
Coverage 1912-1987

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