Inaugural papers of Governor William F. Winter
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Published by Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History in Jackson .
Written in English

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  • Mississippi

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  • Mississippi -- Politics and government -- 1951- -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Charlotte Capers.
ContributionsCapers, Charlotte., Winter, William F.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF345 .I5
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p. :
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4242923M
LC Control Number80624003

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The Inaugural Papers of Governor William F. Winter. Edited by Charlotte Capers. Jackson: Mississippi Department of Archives and History, The Capers Papers. By Charlotte Capers; foreword by Eudora Welty. Jackson: University Press . WINTER (WILLIAM F.) AND FAMILY PAPERS (inclusive) Jr., a former member of the Governor's staff, compiled and edited a book of Winter's speeches, The Measure of Our Days. As of , Winter was senior partner in the law firm of Watkins, Ludlam, Winter, and Stennis, Jackson, Mississippi, and residing in Jackson with his wife, Elise. The William F. Winter Archives and History Building is headquarters to the Mississippi Department of Archives and History and home to the MDAH Archives and Records Services Division. Lobby hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Governor William F. Winter has enriched the political and cultural life of Mississippi and the United States for six decades--as an infantryman in World War II, as a Mississippi House representative (), as governor of Mississippi (), as a member of President Bill Clinton's Advisory Board on Race (), and as an advocate for education and racial/5.

William F. Winter is the author of The Measure of Our Days ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), ADA Rehan, a Study ( avg rating, 0 4/5. In the Winter of Cities, by Tennessee Williams () The Inaugural Papers of Governor William F. Winter, edited by Charlotte Capers () Incident at Eagle Ranch, by Don Schueler () Independence Day, a novel by Richard Ford (). Typescript; pages ; speech delivered at the inauguration symposium of Mississippi Governor William Winter, Janu ; a few handwritten revisions; published in The Inaugural Papers of Governor William F. Winter. Ed. Charlotte Capers. Jackson: Mississippi Department of Archives and History, The governor of Florida is the head of the executive branch of Florida's state government and the commander-in-chief of the state's military forces. The governor has a duty to enforce state laws, and the power to either approve or veto bills passed by the Florida Legislature, to convene the legislature, and to grant pardons, except in cases of impeachment.

William Winter wore many literary hats during his long, illustrious career: theater critic, biographer, poet, essayist, among them. He is known for his Romantic style poetry, and for his long career as an editor and writer for some of New York City's great papers. Book Description: Governor William F. Winter has enriched the political and cultural life of Mississippi and the United States for over five decades--as an infantryman in World War II, as a Mississippi House representative (), as governor of Mississippi (), as a member of President Bill Clinton's Advisory Board on Race (), and as an advocate . Following an unsuccessful race for governor in , Winter was elected lieutenant governor in While serving as lieutenant governor, Winter received the Margaret Dixon Freedom of Information Award from the Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press for his continuing support for the opening of the political process to both the general public. This collection (74, items, dated ) documents David Gergen's professional life as a speech writer, director of communications, and special counsel for U.S. Secretary of the Treasury William E. Simon and for Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Reagan.