Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University

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Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University

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The Albert Gore Research Center is a unit of the College of Liberal Arts at Middle Tennessee State University. The center is open to the public with the primary purpose to assist researchers interested in our collections. The center collects, arranges, maintains, and preserves all manner of historical materials about MTSU history, American democracy, equine studies, and life in Middle Tennessee. The center maintains the institutional archive of Middle Tennessee State University.

The Albert Gore Research Center is the repository for the papers of Albert Gore, Sr., from his time serving in both the United States House of representatives and the United States Senate. The collection includes correspondence, some photographs, audio tapes, and videotapes. Books, pamphlets, and other research materials used by Gore and his staff have been retained. More recently the center has received the Congressional papers of other Members of Congress, including Bart Gordon, MTSU class of 1971. These papers are housed in the center's Archive of American Democracy.

Items in the Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University Collection

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. stating support for Eldercare legislation, dated March 15, 1965. Eldercare was one of the programs proposed in 1965 as part of the amendments to the Social Security act of 1935. It was an…

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. stating support for Eldercare legislation, dated March 16, 1965. Eldercare was one of the programs proposed in 1965 as part of the amendments to the Social Security act of 1935. It was an…

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. stating support for Eldercare legislation, dated March 20, 1965. Eldercare was one of the programs proposed in 1965 as part of the amendments to the Social Security act of 1935. It was an…

Form letter from Senator Albert Gore, Sr. sent in response to pro-Eldercare correspondence received by the senator. This particular version has a date already added.

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. stating opposition to Medicare legislation, dated March 10, 1965. Medicare was passed as one of the Social Security Amendments of 1965