African American legislators
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Three monotone photographs depicting congressman John Conyers Jr. and James Shelton meeting various people in the state of Minnesota.
Three visitor passes to the United States House of Representatives Gallery. Two are signed by former Representative Keith Ellison and one is believed to be signed by former Illinois Member Bobby Rush.
On the reverse of each card is a list of rules for visiting the House of Representatives Gallery.
Three visitor passes to the United States Senate Gallery. Two are signed by former Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman and one is signed by former Illinois Senator, and former U.S. President, Barack Obama.
On the reverse of each card is a list of rules for visiting the Senate Gallery.
Color prints depicting HQB's National Night Out event. Notable persons featured in these photographs are Representative Rena Moran, Council Member Dai Thao, Jonathan D. Palmer and Commisioner Toni Carter.
John Conyers- center, with glasses- visiting The Way Opportunities Unlimited Inc on 1913 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis.
Black and white photograph of a man signing papers at a desk. On the back of the photograph is a typed caption from the St. Paul Sun, which reads as follows:
Stephen L. Maxwell, fourth district Republican candidate for Congress, signs the "Code of Fair Campaign Practices" while in Washington earlier this week. The bipartisan committee attempts to prevent and then call attention to smears in election campaigns.
Black and white photograph depicting the wife and two sons of Judge Stephen L. Maxwell, all seated together in a living room.