Feldman, George J. (1904-1994)
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The George J. Feldman collection includes copies of speeches and papers, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, and photographs.
The collection includes copies of speeches and papers from 1934 to 1986. Prepared over the course of Feldman’s political career, many of these documents regard Feldman’s efforts to develop U.S. astronautics and space exploration. Also included are various ceremonial introductions, as well as "Reflections," a poem Feldman composed for his wedding anniversary.
Collected correspondence (1957-1986) consists of copied letters that primarily concern Feldman's political career. Notables include John McCormack, Jimmy Carter, and Gerald and Betty Ford.
Printed materials in the collection include news clippings on a variety of topics. Copies of articles on space and the economy are collected alongside numerous spiral bound items pertaining to Feldman's ambassadorial duties in Malta and Luxembourg.
The collection includes professional materials on the Atlantic Convention, the Malta Industries Promotion Council, and the Senate and House Space Committee.
Copied photographs in the collection document Feldman as a member of the Space Select Committee and a U.S. Delegate to the UN. Photographs of Feldman receiving an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Holy Cross College are also present. Sixteen black and white original photographs capture Feldman as a member of the House Select Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration and UN delegate. A photograph of Marion Feldman with Sen. John Sparkman is included, as well.
|1. Feldman, George J. (George Joseph), 1904-1994|
|1. Public Affairs Subject Guide|
|2. Diplomacy Subject Guide|
|3. Politicians – United States|
|4. Diplomats – United States|
|5. United States – Politics and government – 20th century|
|6. Aeronautics and state|
|7. Speeches, addresses, etc., American|
|8. United States – Foreign relations – 20th century|
|9. Diplomatic and consular service, American|