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A Letter to Republicans
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois recounts a letter he wrote to fellow Republicans during the debate on the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
A Letter to Republicans
A Letter to Republicans
Advice from Representative Bill McCulloch
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois remembers advice from colleague Representative Bill McCulloch of Ohio.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
Advice from Representative Bill McCulloch
Advice from Representative Bill McCulloch
Changing for the Better
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois describes his personal, and the country's, shift on civil rights issues.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
Changing for the Better
Changing for the Better
Frank Mitchell
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois remembers Frank Mitchell, the first modern-era African-American House Page.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
Frank Mitchell
Frank Mitchell
Honoring Ernest Petinaud
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois remembers when the House honored longtime House Restaurant employee, Ernest Petinaud.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
Honoring Ernest Petinaud
Honoring Ernest Petinaud
Selecting an African-American Page from the Land of Lincoln
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois describes how Frank Mitchell became a House Page.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
Selecting an African-American Page from the Land of Lincoln
Selecting an African-American Page from the Land of Lincoln
Voting My Conscience
Representative Paul Findley of Illinois talks about the reaction in his district to his vote in favor of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The Honorable Paul Findley, U.S. Representative of Illinois
Voting My Conscience
Voting My Conscience