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  • UF Government and politics
  • UF Politics and suffrage
  • UF Political history
  • UF Politics

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Oral history interview with Lee Coleman, by Joshua Fackrell and Katrina Griffiths [Transcript]

Transcript. Coleman discussed his involvement with (pro-gay) "Log Cabin Republicans" organization in CA and OR. Fight against measure 9. On "Right to Privacy" board. Became democrat after being outed as a John Kerry supporter. Advocates political involvement (as a democrat).

Coleman, Lee, 1931-

Oral history interview with Lee Coleman, by Joshua Fackrell and Katrina Griffiths [Sound Recording]

Session 1. Coleman discussed his involvement with (pro-gay) "Log Cabin Republicans" organization in CA and OR. Fight against measure 9. On "Right to Privacy" board. Became democrat after being outed as a John Kerry supporter. Advocates political involvement (as a democrat).

Coleman, Lee, 1931-

Oral history interview with Charles F. Hinkle, by Nichant Mehra, Nathan Guynn and Michael Pratt

This interview is the 2nd of two separate interviews conducted in 2009. Hinkle focuses on the No On 9 campaign and his efforts in defeating Ballot Measure 9. Also discussed is the Oregon Citizens Alliance and its leaders, Lon Mabon and Scott Lively (whom Hinkle debated in a well-known Town Council broadcast.)

Hinkle, Charles F.

Oral history interview with Charles Hinkle, by Nathan Guynn, Michael Pratt and Nichant Mehra [Transcript]

Transcript. This interview is the 2nd of two separate interviews conducted in 2009. Hinkle focuses on the No On 9 campaign and his efforts in defeating Ballot Measure 9. Also discussed is the Oregon Citizens Alliance and its leaders, Lon Mabon and Scott Lively (whom Hinkle debated in a well-known Town Council broadcast.)

Hinkle, Charles F.

Oral history interview with Charles Hinkle, by Nathan Guynn, Michael Pratt and Nichant Mehra [Sound Recording]

Session 1. This interview is the 2nd of two separate interviews conducted in 2009. Hinkle focuses on the No On 9 campaign and his efforts in defeating Ballot Measure 9. Also discussed is the Oregon Citizens Alliance and its leaders, Lon Mabon and Scott Lively (whom Hinkle debated in a well-known Town Council broadcast.)

Hinkle, Charles F.

Abraham Lincoln letters

  • Mss 324
  • Collection
  • 1858-1861

One autograph letter, A.L.S., from Abraham Lincoln in Springfield, Ill. to Simeon Francis in Oregon, 1860 Aug. 4, discussing the upcoming presidential election and prospects for the winning of various states. Collection also includes photostatic copies of three additional letters: Lincoln to James Thornton, 1858 Dec. 2; Simeon Francis to Lincoln, 1859 Dec. 26; and David Logan to Lincoln, 1861 Sept. 5.

Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865

Abigail Scott Duniway signing Oregon’s Equal Suffrage Proclamation

Abigial Scott Duniway (seated) signing Oregon’s Equal Suffrage Proclamation. Standing beside her are Governor Oswald West (r) and President of the Oregon Equal Suffrage Association, Dr. Viola M. Coe (L.). The photograph was taken November 30, 1912 at Dr. Coe’s home. This photograph ran in the Sunday Oregonian on December 1, 1912 with the caption, “snapshot of Mrs. Duniway Presenting certificate of life membership in the suffrage league to governor west.”

Helen Miller Senn, Abigail Scott Duniway, and Dr. Viola M. Coe outside a polling tent

Helen Miller Senn, Abigail Scott Duniway, and Dr. Viola M. Coe standing outside a polling tent shortly after voting for the first time in the May 3, 1913 election. This photograph ran in the Sunday Oregonian on May 4, 1913 with the caption, “A Trio of ardent suffrage workers--Mrs. Helen Miller Senn, Mrs. Duniway, and Mrs. Coe.”

Abigail Scott Duniway voting

Abigail Scott Duniway voting for the first time in the May 3, 1913 Oregon election. This photograph ran in the Sunday Oregonian on May 4, 1913 with the caption, “Mrs. Abigail Scott Duniway, the “Mother of Suffrage,” achieves her life’s desire.”

Gerry Frank scrapbooks and memorabilia

  • Coll 855
  • Collection
  • Circa 1880-2018

Scrapbooks, photograph albums, photographs, papers, and ephemera compiled by or relating to Gerald W. "Gerry" Frank (1923-). Frank is a businessman from Oregon who worked at the department store Meier & Frank; opened a dessert shop in Salem, Oregon, named Gerry Frank's Konditerei; and was U.S. Senator Mark Hatfield's chief of staff.

Official Ballot for Precinct No. 1, Multnomah County, Oregon, November 5, 1912

Official Ballot for Precinct No. 1, Multnomah County, Oregon, November 5, 1912. The ballot includes candidates for national, state, and local offices as well as a number of state and local ballot initiatives. Most notable among them, an initiative petition for an equal suffrage amendment to extend the right of suffrage in the state of Oregon to Women.

Oregon. Elections Division