Hall Center For The Humanities


Tour The Robert J. Dole Archive
New Generation Society of Lawrence (NGSL members only)

Fri., Feb. 4, 2011, 10:00am - 11:00am
Location: Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics, 2350 Petefish Drive

The Robert J. Dole Archive at the University of Kansas is one of the nation's most significant collections of papers and artifacts relating to politics in the 20th Century.  The Archive contains materials documenting Senator Dole's remarkable career of public service which spanned 35 years on Capitol Hill (1961-1996) and continues to his present roles in the World War II Memorial Commission, Families of Freedom Scholarship Co-Chair, and as the author of One Soldier's Story: A Memoir.

The Institute houses, preserves and makes available (subject to restrictions) Senator Dole's House of Representatives papers, Senate papers, and post-Senate papers. The related papers and oral histories of Dole staffers (over 900 individuals between 1961 and 1996) and other close associates who played an important part in Senator Dole's career and campaigns are included in the collection.


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