HOLTZMAN, Elizabeth, 1941-


Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives

Guide to Research Collections

New York City Department of Records and Information Services
Municipal Archives
New York, NY
Papers: In the Mayor’s Economic Development Administration Files, 1967-1970, 2 cubic feet.
The records document Elizabeth Holtman’s role as assistant to Mayor John V. Lindsay.

Papers: In the Mayor’s General Files, 1967-1969, 3 cubic feet.
The records document Elizabeth Holtman’s role as assistant to Mayor John V. Lindsay.


Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Schlesinger Library
Cambridge, MA
Papers: 1970-1981, 295 feet.
The papers of Elizabeth Holtman include correspondence, speeches, financial records, scheduling books, telephone logs, campaign literature, awards, clippings, photographs, records of case work, community work, and the Judiciary Committee, and administrative and legislative files cover primarily her election to and service in the U.S. House of Representatives and her unsuccessful campaign for election to the U.S. Senate. Subject files pertain to abortion, Cambodia, employment, environment, energy, housing and urban development, national security and the CIA, New York City, rape privacy, social security, public welfare, transportation, and the Congressional Women’s Caucus. Included are questionnaire responses from constituents on Watergate, the energy crisis, wage and price controls, Nixon’s pardon, Rockefeller’s vice presidency, amnesty, and mail services; material on Nixon’s impeachment hearings; and testimony from hearings on immigration and refugee policy. A finding aid is available in the repository. Much of the collection is restricted. The collection is stored off site and researchers must request access 36 hours before use.

Videotapes: 1987-1993, 12 videocassettes.
The videocassettes contain mainly of media coverage of Elizabeth Holtzman. Included are news reports, talk show interviews, and press conferences, usually precipitated by a current event. There are also several speeches by Elizabeth Holtzman and a debate among U.S. Senate candidates. A finding aid is available in the repository. Restricted. Appointment required for viewing.

Oral History: 1973, 63 pages.
The interview with Elizabeth Holtzman was conducted by Marilyn Shapiro and sponsored by the William E. Wiener Oral History Library of the American Jewish Committee.

Papers: In the Candidates for Public Office Campaign Materials, 1966-1976, 0.5 linear foot.
Subjects include Elizabeth Holtzman.

Papers: In the Diana Mara Henry Photographs, 1969-1976, 49 folders and 1 oversize.
Subjects include Elizabeth Holtzman.

Papers: In the Dorothy F. Rodgers Papers, 1922-1987, 4 linear feet.
Subjects include Elizabeth Holtzman.