DELLUMS, Ronald V., 1935-


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

Guide to Research Collections

African American Museum and Library at Oakland
Oakland, CA
Papers: ca. 1971-1999, 47 linear feet.
The Ronald V. Dellums Congressional Papers consists of records, artifacts, memorabilia, and related items produced by activities undertaken during career as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. These materials include various committee files, hearing and report books; correspondence with constituents and colleagues; sponsored or cosponsored legislative bills; personal files; staff files; press releases and other publications; and subject reference files. Significant items include original copies of correspondence and memoranda from fellow Congressmen, staff, and constituents, original copies of invitations to various functions, and photographs. Also included are memorabilia from Dellums ‘ career and life (awards, plaques, certificates, Congressional and military commendations), video recordings of House Floor tributes upon his retirement from Congress and the notes and reports from his work overseeing the budgets of the Department of Defense. A copy of the finding aid is available in the repository and online.


The HistoryMakers
Chicago, IL
Oral History: 2003, amount unknown.
An oral history interview of Ronald Dellums conducted on March 13, 2003.


University of Texas at Austin
Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
Austin, TX
Papers: In the Jessica Mitford Papers, ca. 1949-1973, 27 linear feet.
Other authors include Ronald V. Dellums. An unpublished finding aid is available in the repository.