Collection of the U.S. House of Representatives
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STUMP, Robert Lee (1927-2003)

STUMP, ROBERT LEE, a Representative from Arizona; born in Phoenix, Maricopa County, Ariz., April 4, 1927; graduated from Tolleson High School, Tolleson, Ariz., 1947; B.S., Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz., 1951; United States Navy, 1943-1946; farmer; member of the Arizona state house of representatives, 1959-1967; member of the Arizona state senate, 1967-1976; elected as a Democrat to the Ninety-fifth and to the two succeeding Congresses; reelected as a Republican to the Ninety-eighth and nine succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1977-January 3, 2003); chair, Committee on Veterans' Affairs (One Hundred Fourth through One Hundred Sixth Congresses); chair, Committee on Armed Services (One Hundred Seventh Congress); not a candidate for reelection to the One Hundred Eighth Congress in 2002; died on June 20, 2003, in Phoenix, Ariz.; interment in Greenwood Memorial Cemetery, Phoenix, Ariz. .

Arizona State University
Greater Arizona Collection
Tempe, AZ
Papers: 1977-2002, 323 linear feet.
The Bob Stump Papers contain personal files, Congressional files, committee and agency files, administrative files, photography and memorabilia. The papers have not yet been processed. Access is available with an appointment from the collection curator


Arizona State University Library
Greater Arizona Collection
Tempe, AZ
Papers: In the Senator Barry Goldwater Papers, ca. 1880-2008, amount unknown.
Persons represented include Bob Stump.


California State Library
Sacramento, CA
Papers: In the Paul Gann Archive, 1978-1986, amount unknown.
Persons represented include Bob Stump.


University of California, Berkeley
The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, CA
Papers: In the Sierra Club National Legislative Office Records, 1960-ongoing, 200 linear feet.
Persons represented include Bob Stump.


University of Oklahoma
The Julian P. Kanter Political Commercial Archive, Department of Communication
Norman, OK
Videocassette: 1988, 1 commercial on 1 videocassette.
The commercial was used during Bob Stump's campaign for the 1988 U.S. congressional election in District 3 of Arizona, Republican Party.