Clark, D. Worth (David Worth), 1902-1955
- Papers, 1935-1950
- ca. 1 ft.
- U.S. Representative and Senator from Idaho.
- Finding aid online
Unbound scrapbook pages of newspaper clippings chronicling Clark's career in the U.S. House and Senate, 1935-1945, including his prominent role in the America First movement before World War II; together with other scattered files from his political career. Includes letters he received after his speech at the Hollywood Bowl in 1941 on behalf of the America First Committee, some from individuals who were there; newspaper coverage of his trip down the Salmon River (River of No Return) in Idaho with a National Geographic Society exploring party, 1935; papers from his service on the U.S. Senate's Subcommittee Investigating Wire Tapping, 1941; and a file of correspondence relating to Idaho Democratic politics and Clark's plans to run for the Senate again in 1950.
Gift of Senator Clark's daughter, Helen C. Barber, 2001.