Guide to Research CollectionsWisconsin Historical Society
Papers: 1967-1978, 22 cubic feet.
The bulk of the F. James Sensenbrenner papers is correspondence from constituents, colleagues, advocacy groups, and state and legislative agencies and materials on specific legislation and committee assignments. Also included are sampled constituent assists; personal correspondence; and newsletters, columns, questionnaire summaries, press releases, biographical clippings, and other public relations materials. Especially well documented topics include James Sensenbrenners expertise in educational finance, the state budget, and his membership on the Ethics and Judiciary committees. Biographical clippings are available only on microfilm. Restricted: The Sensenbrenner Papers are closed until 05/02/2027 or until Mr. Sensenbrenners death should that occur sooner. In the event that Mr. Sensenbrenner leaves public office prior to the end of the restriction period, any researcher wishing to use the collection during the remaining period of the restriction may contact Mr. Sensenbrenner in order to request permission to gain access. A register is available in the repository and online.
University of Oklahoma
The Julian P. Kanter Political Commercial Archive, Department of Communication
Videoreels: 1980-1988, 3 commercials on 1 videoreel and 8 commercials on 5 videoreels.
The commercials were used during F. James Sensenbrenners campaigns for the 1980, 1984, 1986 and 1988 U.S. congressional elections in District 9 of Wisconsin, Republican Party.
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Papers: In the Jerris G. Leonard Papers, 1956-1968, 11.2 cubic feet.
Other authors include F. James Sensenbrenner.
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Area Research Center
Papers: In the Jerris Leonard Papers, ca. 1956-2000, 11.2 cubic feet.
Prominent correspondents include Frank James Sensenbrenner, Jr. A register is available in the repository.