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099    $aAudio 57A
099    $aMicro 1089
099    $aMss 694
099    $aPH Mss 694
099    $aPH 3665 [no longer used]
099    $aPH 3667 [no longer used]
100 1_ $aWilkie, Horace,$d1917-1976.
245 10 $aHorace Wilkie papers,$f1938-1977.
300    $a10.0$fc.f. (7 record center cartons and 8 archives boxes)
300    $a1$freel of microfilm (35 mm), and
300    $a5$ftape recordings; plus
300    $3additions of$a6.9$fc.f.
300    $a58$fphotographs
300    $a2$ftransparencies
300    $a5$fblueprints, and
300    $a1$ffilm reel
336    $aunspecified$bzzz$2rdacontent
337    $amicroform$bh$2rdamedia
338    $amicrofilm reel$bhd$2rdacarrier
520    $aPapers, 1945-1976, of Horace Wilkie, a Democratic state senator (1956-1962) from Madison, Wisconsin, who became a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice (1962-1974) and chief justice (1974-1976). Early career files include extensive material from his tenure (1945-1950) as chairman of the Madison Housing Authority as well as information on his two unsuccessful congressional campaigns. Legislative files contain material on issues considered during the 1957, 1959, and 1961 legislative sessions, especially the 1961 sales tax compromise. Judicial files, which document his general professional concerns and involvements rather than specific decisions and rulings, contain extensive material on the state court reorganization efforts of the 1970s in which Wilkie was an active participant.
530    $3Portions of this collection are$aavailable only on microfilm.
555 0_ $aRegister.
541 1_ $81.1\a$aWilkie, Horace$d19720426$eM72-156$3See PCID 4.
583 1_ $81.2\a$aAccessioned$c19720426$3See PCID 4.
541 1_ $82.1\a$aWilkie, Horace (Mrs.)$d19770629$eM77-232$3See PCID 4.
583 1_ $82.2\a$aAccessioned$c19770629$3See PCID 4.
541 1_ $83.1\a$aWilkie, Horace (Mrs.)$d19820728$eM82-286$3See PCID 4.
583 1_ $83.2\a$aAccessioned$c19820728$3See PCID 4.
541 1_ $84.1\a$3Collection to date (M72-115, M77-232, M82-286).
583 1_ $84.2\a$aProcessed-new$b10.0 c.f.$c198704$kMattern, Carolyn
583 1_ $84.3\a$aProcessed-new$b1 reel of microfilm (35mm)$c198704
583 1_ $84.4\a$aDeaccessioned-unprocessed$b23.5 c.f.$c198704
541 1_ $85.1\a$aWilkie, Marian (Estate) via Lucy Wilkie Lloyd$cDeed of gift$eM99-009$3Additions, 1948-1976, primarily consisting of correspondence, newsclippings, financial information, photographs, transparencies, and press releases documenting Wilkie's electoral campaigns for Congress (1952), the Supreme Court (1964, 1974), and the chairmanship of the Wisconsin Democratic Party (1955). Also included are general correspondence, scrapbooks and clippings on court reform and other topics, a list of his key judicial opinions, a home movie containing footage of the Madison airport, and other miscellaneous material pertaining to his tenure on the Supreme Court. The photographs include images of Wilkie, his family, and events from his years in the Legislature and on the Supreme Court. Qty: 6.5 c.f. (6 record center cartons, 1 archives box, 1 oversize folder), 28 photographs, 2 transparencies, and 1 film
583 1_ $85.2\a$aAccessioned-addition$c19990315$n6.5$oc.f.
583 1_ $85.3\a$aAccessioned-addition$c19990315$n30$ophotographs
583 1_ $85.4\a$aAccessioned-addition$c19990315$n1$ofilm
541 1_ $86.1\a$aTransferred from lots 3665 and 3667$3Photographs with images that document the career of Wilkie in the state legislature. Also included are photographs and architectural drawings related to his tenure with the Wisconsin Housing Authority, including architectural drawings of the Truax Park Apartments in Madison, Wisconsin. This has been assigned call number PH Mss 694 and PH Mss 694 (3). Qty: 25 photographs and 5 architectural drawings
583 1_ $3All unprocessed accessions to date$aimproved access;$bPreservation Storage Facility (PSF) project;$c20100000;$kJen Graham
541 1_ $87.1\a$aMurdoch, Joan$bSewickley, Pa.$cDeed of gift$eM2011-115$3Additions, 1938-1977, consisting primarily of news clippings, correspondence, subject files, and writings during his tenure as chief justice (1974-1976). Also included are biographical materials and testimonials honoring his political service after his sudden death from a heart attack in May, 1976. "See contents list." Qty: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box), 3 sound recordings, and 5 photographs.
583 1_ $87.2\a$aAccessioned-addition$n0.4$oc.f.$c20120427$ksw
583 1_ $87.3\a$aAccessioned-addition$n3$osound recordings$c20120427$ksw
583 1_ $87.4\a$aAccessioned-addition$n5$ophotographs$c20120427$ksw
561    $aPresented by Marion Wilkie, Madison, Wisconsin, 1972-1982. Tapes presented earlier; source unknown.
610 20 $aDemocratic Party (U.S.)$zWisconsin.
610 20 $aMadison Housing Authority (Wis.)
610 10 $aWisconsin.$bSupreme Court.
650 _0 $aCourts$zWisconsin.
650 _0 $aElections$zWisconsin.
650 _0 $aHousing authorities$zWisconsin$zMadison.
650 _0 $aJudges$zWisconsin.
650 _0 $aLegislators$zWisconsin.
650 _0 $aSales tax$xLaw and legislation$zWisconsin.
651 _0 $aTruax Park (Madison, Wis.)
651 _0 $aWisconsin$xPolitics and government.
655 _7 $aLegislative records.$2aat
655 _7 $aMicroforms.$2aat
655 _7 $aMotion pictures.$2aat
655 _7 $aPhotographs.$2aat
655 _7 $aSound recordings.$2aat
655 _7 $aManuscript collection.$2local
856 42 $uhttp://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-mss00694$zFinding aid available online.
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997    $aMARCIVE

MMS IDs

Document ID: 999465253702121
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Network Physical IDs: 999465253702121
mms_mad_ids: 9912093402122