POMEROY, Earl Ralph, III, 1952-


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives

Guide to Research Collections

State Historical Society of North Dakota
Archives
Bismarck, ND
Papers: In the Myron H. Bright Political Photographs and Ephemera, 1960-2008, 4 cubic feet.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Warren A. Henke papers, 1964-2008, 13.9 cubic feet.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the North Dakota Congressional Delegation Newsletter Collection, 1935-2010, 0.5 cubic foot.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Photograph: In the North Dakota Congressmen Photograph Collection, ca. 1990s, 1 photo.
Senator Byron Dorgan, Congressman Earl Pomeroy, and Senator Kent Conrad stand behind a desk that holds a photograph and a proclamation.

Papers: In the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party Records, 1906-2009, 37.75 cubic feet.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Political Campaign Advertisements Film Collection, 1976-1980, 15 feet.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Political Ephemera Collection, 1986-1998, amount unknown.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Political Ephemera Collection, 1992-1994, amount unknown.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Political Ephemera Collection, 2002, amount unknown.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Political Ephemera Collection, 2006, amount unknown.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Political Posters Collection, 1992, amount unknown.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.

Papers: In the Sakakawea Statue Dedication Collection, ca. 2003-2004, 0.5 cubic foot.
Persons represented include Earl Pomeroy.


University of Oklahoma
The Julian P. Kanter Political Commercial Archive, Department of Communication
Norman, OK
Videocassettes: 1988-1994, 4 commercials on 2 videocassettes and 15 commercials on 1 videocassette.
The commercials were used during Earl Pomeroy’s 1988 campaign for State Insurance Commissioner and his 1994 campaign for U.S. Congress in North Dakota, Democratic Party.