Subseries 3.4. 1976 Presidential Campaign, 1974-1976

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Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, film, speeches, statements, drafts, press releases, and printed matter documenting Terry Sanford's campaigns for the Democratic nomination for President in 1976. Records contain files documenting the campaign in individual states, including detailed county-bycounty files for North Carolina, and within these files are updates on the campaign, letters of support, suggestions by constituents, and newspaper clippings. Other records of note include his May 1975 announcement to begin the campaign and his withdrawal in January 1976, as well as files related to Citizen Assmelbies, grass-roots support organizations for Sanford's campaign.


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