CORMAN, James Charles, 1920-2000


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
About this object

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California State University, Northridge
Urban Archives Center
Northridge, CA
Papers: 1920-1980, 500 linear feet.
The papers of James Charles Corman include personal papers, political campaign files, publicity and speech files, district office files, constituent case files, congressional legislative files, voting records, awards, certificates, audiotapes, films, and photos, relating chiefly to James Corman’s activities in Congress and especially to his activities on the Judiciary, Science and Astronautics, and Ways and Means committees, and to his service on the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders (Kern Commission). Topics include aid to Israel, civil rights, environmental legislation, investigation of Adam Clayton Powell, impeachment proceedings against Richard M. Nixon, NASA, school prayer, small business legislation, tax reform, veterans’ benefits, and Watergate.

Papers: In the Arleta Chamber of Commerce & Residents Association collection, 1963-2000, 10.93 linear feet.
Persons represented include James Corman.

Papers: In the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley collection, 1955-1978, 4.59 linear feet.
Persons represented include James Corman.

Oral History: In the Urban Archives general oral histories collection, 1967-2004, 4.02 linear feet.
Persons represented include James C. Corman.


Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles, CA
Photographs: ca. 1957-1965, amount unknown.
There are various photographs in the repository.


Michigan State University Libraries
Special Collections
East Lansing, MI
Sound Tape Reel: ca. 1976, 1 sound tape reel.
A recording of James Corman and Guy Vander Jagt, chairmen of the Democrat and Republican congressional committees meet the press. It was broadcast on NBC-TV on October 12, 1976.


Northwestern University Library
Special Libraries Division
Evanston, IL
Videocassette: 1993, 1 videocassette.
Richard Baker delivers a lecture on the history of Congress and the Capitol Building with emphasis on events in 1793, 1843, 1893, 1943, and 1993. Sen. Simpson speaks about the Senate. Rep. Corman speaks about the House of Representatives. Includes questions from the audience.