Statements and Speeches: Importance of Family Role and Government (1 of 2)
Scope and Contents
The Hon. Daniel Coats Papers is composed of nearly two decades of service in the United States House of Representatives (1981-1989) and Senate (1989-1991; 2011-2017), and feature a thorough cross section of political events during those years. Most of the collection consists of documents stored in folders and boxes. Many of these records correspond to Coats' work on two prominent Senate committees: the Armed Services Committee and the Labor and Human Resources Committee. Additional materials provide extensive information on Coats' legislative and political agendas. Other records include copies of Coats' speeches, his correspondence, constituent service, and press clips. Apart from these documents the Coats collection also contains numerous media resources: over 500 audio and video cassettes, photographs, and almost 300 microfilm cartridges.
- Created: 1980-2017
- Other: Date acquired: 1999
Conditions Governing Access
Remarks and comments regarding sitting or future public officials are not to be published or cited without the consent of the author/donor.
Constituent/Intern/Case files are restricted.
From the Collection: 149 boxes
From the Collection: 148 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English