DASCHLE, Thomas Andrew, 1947-



Courtesy U.S. Senate Historical Office

Guide to Research Collections

New York University
John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress
New York, NY
Oral History: October 19, 2006.18 pages. Interview for Reflections Project: Departing Members of Congress Assess the Institution. Transcript available on-line at www.nyu.edu/brademas/resources/research.html.



South Dakota State University
Archives and Special Collections
Brookings, SD
Papers: 1949-2006 (bulk 1978-2004) 685 linear feet.Contains material related to his professional career in Congress including records, correspondence, photographs, moving images, and artifacts. Material consists of both paper and digital records. This collection is arranged into seven series: U.S. House of Representatives Papers, U.S. Senate Papers, Personal Papers, Subject Files, Still Images, Artifacts, and Moving Images. The U.S. House of Representatives papers, 1964-1992 (bulk 1978-1986) include campaign files and voting record, 12 books containing voting record, sponsorships, and summaries of committee and subcommittee records from 1979 to 1986; U.S. Senate papers, 1964-2006 (bulk 1984-2004) include trip schedules and files that contain quite a few of Daschle’s “Trip Notes” regarding details of the trip and issues that he wanted his staff to address; files on the Whitewater investigation; Veterans Issues; Ellsworth Air Force Base; South Dakota Water Projects; South Dakota Governor Mickelson accident and aviation issues; Speeches; Daschle sponsored and cosponsored legislation; Administrative files including financial disclosures, appointments and schedules; and Personal papers. Subject Files, 1971-2004 (bulk 1983-1999) composed of files related to Agent Orange and veterans affairs; the impeachment of President William Jefferson Clinton; Still Images; Artifacts; Framed or hanging items; Three-dimension items; Moving Images. Portions of the collection are closed. Researchers are advised to contact the repository for details. Finding aid available online.