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Congressman Louis Wyman Autographed 1974 U.S. House of Representatives Calendar
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Congressman Louis Wyman Autographed 1974 U.S. House of Representatives Calendar
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The pictures show views of this Congressman Louis Wyman Autographed 1974 U.S. House of Representatives Calendar. This is a (12) month hanging calendar that was apparently given out by members of the United States House of Representatives. It is autographed at the bottom as follows ''With Best Wishes, Congressman Louis C. Wyman''.

The calendar was printed in the U.S.A. and © Brown & Bigelow a Division of Standard Packaging Corporation. It is also ©1973 U.S. Capitol Historical Society.

The calendar dates have a different U.S. Historical event and holidays printed on each.

The calendar has a colorful Washington, D.C. image with each month as well as a cover and a few more pages with images and information in the back. These include the following:

Portion of the U.S. Constitution with the U.S. Capitol Building Dome
U.S. Capitol Building
Interior View of the Library of Congress
Washington Monument
Jefferson Memorial
Supreme Court Building
The White House
Georgetown and the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
The Kennady Center
Washington National Cathedral
Lincoln Memorial
The Capitol Building
The Washington Monument and Trees with Christmas Lights
Opened View of the U.S. Capitol Building
Capitol Medal (both sides)
Street Map of Washington, D.C.

The opened calendar measures 11-7/8'' x 20-1/2''. It is in excellent condition with creasing and a tear on the extended autographed bottom section as pictured. There is no writing on the calendar except for the Louis C. Wyman autograph. Below here, for reference is some biographical information on U.S. Congressman Louis C. Wyman:

Louis C. Wyman
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Louis Crosby Wyman
United States Senator from New Hampshire

In office: December 31, 1974 - January 3, 1975
Preceded by: Norris H. Cotton
Succeeded by: Norris H. Cotton

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Hampshire's 1st district
In office: January 3, 1963 - January 3, 1965
Preceded by: Charles Earl Merrow
Succeeded by: Joseph Oliva Huot

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Hampshire's 1st district
In office: 1967 - 1975
Preceded by: Joseph Oliva Huot
Succeeded by: Norman D'Amours

Born: March 16, 1917 in Manchester, New Hampshire
Died: May 5, 2002 (aged 85) in West Palm Beach, Florida
Nationality: American
Political party: Republican
Religion: Christianity

Louis Crosby Wyman (March 16, 1917 - May 5, 2002) was a United States Representative and, for four days, a Senator from New Hampshire.

Early career

He was born in Manchester, New Hampshire on March 16, 1917. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire at Durham in 1938 and from Harvard University Law School in 1941. He was admitted to the bars of Massachusetts and New Hampshire in 1941, and of Florida in 1957, and commenced the practice of law in Boston, Massachusetts.

During the Second World War, he served in the Alaskan Theater as a lieutenant in the United States Naval Reserve from 1942 to 1946. He also served as general counsel to a United States Senate committee in 1946; secretary to Senator Styles Bridges in 1947; counsel to the Joint Congressional Committee on Foreign Economic Cooperation from 1948 to 1949; attorney general of New Hampshire from 1953 to 1961; President of the National Association of Attorneys General in 1957; and as legislative counsel to the Governor of New Hampshire in 1961; member and chairman of several state legal and judicial commissions. He was elected as a Republican to the U.S. House from New Hampshire's 1st congressional district in 1962. He was swept out in the gigantic Democratic landslide of 1964, but regained his seat in 1965 and was reelected four more times.

Senate election

Wyman didn't run for reelection in 1974, but ran for the Senate seat that was due to come open by 20 year incumbent Norris Cotton's retirement. The initial returns whoed him defeating Democrat John Durkin by 355 votes on election night. However, Durkin demanded a recount, which resulted in Durkin winning by ten votes. Governor Meldrim Thomson then certified Durkin as the winner. However, Wyman demanded another recount in which he prevailed by two votes.

Cotton resigned on December 31, 1974; Thomson appointed Wyman to the seat for the balance of the term ending January 3, 1975 to give him a leg up in seniority. This appeared to end the dispute, but Durkin appealed to the full Senate, which is the final arbiter of Senate elections per the Constitution. The Senate Rules Committee, which has jurisdiction over the results of Senate elections, then deadlocked on whether to seat Wyman for the 1975 - 1981 term pending the resolution of the dispute. On January 14, the Senate returned the matter to the Rules Committee, which returned 35 disputed points to the full Senate based on 3,000 questionable ballots. However, the Senate was unable to break a deadlock on even one of the 35 points.

After seven months of wrangling which included six unsuccessful Democratic attempts to seat Durkin, Wyman, having never been seated, proposed that he and Durkin run again in a special election. Durkin agreed, and the Senate declared the seat officially vacant on August 8, 1975 pending the new election. Thomson appointed Cotton to his old seat in the meantime. The special election was held on September 16, and Durkin won handily, defeating Wyman by 29,000 votes--ending what is still the closest Senate election since the people gained the right to directly elect Senators with the passage of the 17th Amendment in 1913.

Later life

Wyman served as an associate justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court from 1978 to 1987. He was a resident of Manchester, N.H. and West Palm Beach, Florida, until his death due to cancer on May 5, 2002.

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