Lucy Kleppel Collection on the Democratic National Convention
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Lucy Kleppel traveled from Evanston, Illinois to Miami in 1972 to volunteer at the Democratic National Convention.
The collection consists of material gathered at the Democratic National Convention in Miami in 1972, such as Democratic National Committee pamphlets and reports, telephone directories and rolls of delegates, George McGovern campaign material and press releases (including material addressing equal rights for women and women in government), convention issues of various newspapers, clippings, copies of the official convention newspaper "Democrats in Convention," Lucy Kleppel's shuttle bus pass and volunteer badge, and a postcard she typed home to her family.
Materials are arranged in the order in which they were received from the donor.
Donated by Lucy Kleppel in January 1998 (ML.1998.04).
This collection was processed by Phoebe Nobles in 2019.
Campaign buttons may have been separated from the collection.
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Collection is open for research.
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