University at Albany Libraries, SUNY
M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections &
ca. 1937-1967, 171.12 cubic feet.
The papers of Congressman Eugene Keogh contain correspondence, subject files, speeches, memorials, press releases, and photographs, and document his work with legislation, the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Affairs, and the Select Committee on Foreign Aid. Also of interest is Eugene Keogh's work on the 1967 New York State Constitutional Convention. An inventory is available in the repository and online.
Brooklyn College Library Archives and Special
ca. 1930s-1960s, 24.5 cubic feet.
The papers of Eugene Keogh primarily contain scrapbooks of clippings and photos documenting Keogh's career in government; also books, government publications (including House bills), plaques, and some correspondence. Photos are either of Keogh or others in government, autographed to Keogh. This collection was transferred to the Brooklyn College Library Archives and Special Collections in 1989 by the James Kelly Local Studies Division of St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York.
Oral History Research Office
New York, NY
1950, 82 pages.
Reminiscences of Eugene James Keogh. The interview was conducted by Dean Albertson.
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of
Women in America
In the papers of Marietta Tree, 1917-1995, 20.2 linear feet.
Correspondents include Eugene Keogh.
Mudd Manuscript Library
In the papers of Bernard M. Baruch, 1905-1965, 302.4 cubic feet.
Correspondents include Eugene Keogh. Collection is currently being processed.
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