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Guide to the Robert Price Papers
1930s-2012 (bulk 1958-1965)
 MS 3130

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Creator: Price, Robert, 1932-2016
Title: Robert Price papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1930s-2012 (bulk 1958-1965)
Abstract: Papers of attorney, businessman, and political strategist Robert Price (1932–2016), who successfully managed John V. Lindsay's election to U.S. Congress as the representative from New York's 17th district (1958), and subsequent reelections to the same seat (1960, 1962, 1964), as well as Lindsay's first run for mayor of New York City (1965). Under Lindsay, Price served as the youngest deputy mayor in New York history. Price also engineered the sole victory of Nelson A. Rockefeller's otherwise unsuccessful bids for the presidency—the Republican nomination of the 1964 Oregon primary. The collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, posters, flyers, ephemera, lapel pins and buttons, and other paraphernalia from each of the campaigns above, and includes material documenting Price's personal and business interests.
Quantity: 8 Linear feet in 8 record cartons and 2 oversize folders.
Language: .
Call Phrase: MS 3130