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WISCONSIN POLITICS ORAL HISTORY COLLECTION

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WPOH
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Index of All Names
1 1 2 Bitker, Pierce. (former member of Urban Renewal Committee; former member of Milwaukee Housing Authority) 
1 1 3 Budelman, Richard. (former aide to Mayor Henry Maier)
1 1 4 Dreyfus, Lee S.  (former Governor of Wisconsin)
1 1 5 Farris, Trueman(former Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter) 
1 1 6 Goetsch, Herbert.  (former Milwaukee Public Works Commissioner )
1 1 7 Gronouski, John.  (former Wisconsin State Tax Commissioner; former U.S. Postmaster General; former U.S. Ambassador to Poland)
1 1 8 Hansen, Robert W.  (former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice)
1 1 9 Leonard, Richard.  (former Editor of the Milwaukee Journal)
1 1 10 Lucey, Patrick J.  (former Governor of Wisconsin)
1 1 11 Miller, Clarence M. (former member of Milwaukee Common Council)


WPOH
Series 1
Series Box Folder Folder Title
1 1 12 Nelson, Gaylord.  (former Governor of Wisconsin; former U.S. Senator) and James Wimmer (former Administrative Assistant to Governor Gaylord Nelson), Harold "Bud" Jordahl (former Director of the Department of Resource Development under Governor Gaylord Nelson)
1 1 13 O'Donnell, William F. (former Chairman of the Milwaukee County Board; former Milwaukee County Executive)
1 1 14 Reynolds, John.  (former Wisconsin Attorney General; former Governor of Wisconsin; former Wisconsin Federal District Judge)
1 1 15 Saltzstein, Arthur.  (former assistant to Mayor Frank Zeidler)
1 1 16 Schreiber, Martin J.  (former Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin; former Acting Governor of Wisconsin)
1 1 17 Stanislawksi, Emil M.  (former City Supervisor; former staff Aide to William F. O'Donnell)
1 1 18 Wittenberger, J. A.  (former Milwaukee Journal reporter)
1 1 19 Zaborski, Richard. (former Wisconsin State Senator) and Mary Ann Zaborski  (former secretary to Governor John Reynolds).
1 1 20 Zeidler, Frank. (former Mayor of Milwaukee)
1 1 21 Zubrensky, Leonard.  (former Legal Counsel to Governor John Reynolds)
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