October 29, 2022

Edward Raymond Burke, 1880-1968 [RG3253.AM]


RG3253: Edward Raymond Burke, 1880-1968

Letters; photographs
Omaha, Douglas County, Neb.: U.S. Representative and U.S. Senator
Size: 3 letters; 6 photographs

What will I find in this collection?

RG3253.AM: This collection consists of three letters written from Edward Burke to Mr. Henry Kieser of Omaha, Nebraska. The first two letters date from May of 1934 and discuss Burke returning to Nebraska to set up his Senatorial headquarters in Omaha. The third letter from March of 1939 relates to a letter of recommendation for a Mr. Bradford Hiles.

RG3253.PH: The photograph portion of this collection [formerly PC0195] contains six images, including portraits and candid shots of Senator Burke dating from 1927-1930s.

How do I find more detailed information about this collection?

This coversheet is the only description available for the manuscript portion of the collection.

A more detailed inventory of the photographs is available. Ask the Reference staff for assistance with the photographs.

What restrictions govern the use of this collection?

Researchers must use gloves when handling photographic materials.

Related materials at the Nebraska State Historical Society:

Additional correspondence and other materials relating to Sen. Burke can be found in several collections including, RG1675; RG1895; RG2331; RG3298; RG3793; RG3925; RG3973; RG4022; and RG4231.

TMM 07-26-2007

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