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DI-0052_ref.pdf
This scrapbook includes news clippings, memorabilia, and photographs about Joe Moakley's early political career in Massachusetts, including his campaigns for State Senate. The scrapbook was compiled by Congressman Moakley's cousin Jeanne Scappini.

DI-0053_ref.pdf
Scrapbook documenting Joe Moakley's unsuccessful bid for Congress in 1970. It contains news clippings, campaign pins, banners, advertisements and correspondence related to his run and that of his opponents, Louise Day Hicks and David Nelson.

oh_076_transcript.pdf
Sheila Burgess, a former member of Congressman Moakley’s staff, reflects on her time working for the congressman in his district office and on his re-election campaigns. She touches upon Moakley’s character, his influence on people, his dedication to…

Common Cause Massachusetts outlines suggested guidelines for selection of a Director of Campaign Finance for the Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance (OCPF). First segment is the ad, 0:00:44, second segment is "lead-in" to precede…

diAV-0014_transcript.pdf
Television host Tom Larson interviews Louise Day Hicks for an episode of “The Tom Larson Show.” The topics discussed include busing, her 1972 congressional campaign against Moakley, post-congressional plans, Watergate scandal, educational policy, and…

diAV-0010_transcript.pdf
Campaign advertisement was made by the Moakley for Congress Committee in 1972 for use in Moakley’s campaign for the Ninth Congressional District against the incumbent Democrat Louise Day Hicks. The advertisement, presumably made for radio broadcast,…

Promotional advertisement tape for the "People to People Politics" organization, narrated by Robert Vale, the recording uses audio clips of their work for Representative Les Aspin as an example of what the organization could do for other Democrats…
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