Skip to Questions

AskOPL - If you have questions, we have answers!

Q

What happens to our local politicians' papers when they die? Are they archived? What will happen to Sen. Chambers' writings when he dies? Where

What happens to our local politicians' papers when they die? Are they archived? What will happen to Sen. Chambers' writings when he dies? Where could I find Gene Leahy's documents, letters, etc.? They are of great historical value
Last Updated: Dec 26, 2017  |  8 Views

Was this helpful? 0   0
A

Answer

It is my understanding that a politician's personal papers are not public property. If the family chooses to donate them to a public institution that is their call. You can call our Main Library downtown at (402) 444-4800 to see what may be held by the public library. I would also contact the Nebraska State Historical Society in Lincoln at (402) 471-4751. Thank you for using AskOPL.

Answered by Deirdre RouttBookmark and Share

Other Answers / Comments (0)


    Browse by Popular Topics

    View All Topics

    Related content from Resource & Research Guides