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Original material relating to the 1973 Detroit mayoral campaign of Judge Ed Bell.

Detroit 1973 8.5 x 11, both lined and plain paper, mainy typed, some photocopied and a small amount handwritten. Light wear, creasing, toning else good. Forty-nine pages (unpag) and most of it is text with a few charts. Some of the categories: campaign strategy, video-audio television copy, radio copy, newspaper advertising, proposed billboard and novelties budget. Judge Ed Bell, a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Detroit College of Law was appointed by then Gov. William Millken to the Wayne County Circuit Court in 1969. He resigned in 1972 to run for mayor against Coleman A. Young, the eventual winner. After the election, he went into private practice where he had a notable client list including Coleman A. Young, Gladys Knight and Aretha Franklin. In 1986 he was diagnosed with cancer and died two years later. "In a series of long and short-range goals, Edward Bell believes Detroit can take a positive step away from the riot and trouble-filled 60s toward being one of the great U.S. cities of the 70s. Vote Ed Bell for Mayor November 6. It's a vote for Detroit. A small but insightful campaign collection seldom found.


Book Id: 97-9620

Price: $150.00

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