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Jack M. Campbell speeches

Identifier: Ms-0043-SC

Scope and Contents

The Jack M. Campbell speeches collection contain three speeches that he delivered in Kansas while he was governor. Included in these typescripts is an address before the Conference of Kansas teachers of Government, and two commencement addresses, including one at Campbellā€™s alma mater, Hutchinson High School.


  • 1965


Biographical / Historical

Jack M. Cambell was born in Hutchinson, Kansas, on September 10, 1916. After going to Washburn College in Topeka, Kansas, he began a law practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1940. Campbell was an agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1941 to 1942 and served 26 months with the Third United States Marine Corps Division in the Pacific theater during World War II. He was a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from 1955 to 1962 and served as Speaker from 1961 to 1962 and chaired the state's legislative council in 1962 and the 33-state Interstate Oil Compact Commission from 1963 to 1964. Campbell was elected Governor of New Mexico in 1962 and reelected in 1964. He passed away on June 14, 1999.


3 Sheets (3 Speeches)

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Speeches of former Governor Campbell of New Mexico delivered in Kansas.

Processing Information

Mildred Bartlett and Merleen Dibert, September 1980
Guide to the Jack M. Campbell speeches
Mildred Bartlett and Merleen Dibert
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Repository Details

Part of the New Mexico State University Library Archives and Special Collections Repository

Branson Hall
PO Box 30006
MSC 3475
Las Cruces New Mexico 88003 USA