Today is election day and we have plenty of government and voting related items in today’s sneak peek. If you missed part 1, part 2, or part 3, please check them out – each one features different documents from a project that we’re working on.
And on to today’s sneak peek:
- John Adams, Thoughts on Government Letter, 1776, which outlines his thoughts concerning a plan of government for North Carolina.
- Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, May 2, 1887, to Alfred V. Dockery, Carthage, N.C., in which Harrison discusses his plans for the future and possible outcomes for a future election.
- Woodrow Wilson, The White House, Washington, May 14, 1917, to Edward W. Pou; letter in which Wilson voices support for giving women the right to vote.
- John F. Kennedy, September 30, 1960, to L. Y. Ballentine; letter to precinct workers during the 1960 election.