Governor J.C.W. Beckham Records, 1900-1907

Descriptive Summary

Title
Governor J.C.W. Beckham Records, 1900-1907
Creator
Beckham, J. C. W.
Extent
7 cubic ft.
Finding Aid Author
Tim Tingle
Repository
Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Governor J.C.W. Beckham served in office from 1900-1907 as a Democrat. Originally from Nelson County, KY, Beckham continued to reside in that county. His occupation was a Lawyer. J.C.W. Beckham succeeded to office upon Goebel's death. Elected to full term in 1903, Governor Beckham was a strong advocate of prohibition. Beckham was Kentucky's first popularly elected U.S. Senator in 1914.

Contents of the Collection

Indexes to the Executive Journals

Index to Executive Journals 1 & 2, 1900-1903

  • Volume 1
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Index to Justice of the Peace and Police Judge Appointments and Commissions Recorded in Executive Journals 1 and 2, 1900-1903

  • Volume 2
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Index to Notary Public Appointments Recorded in Executive Journals 1 and 2, 1900-1903

  • Volume 3
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Index to Pardons, Remissions, and Respites Recorded in Executive Journals 1 and 2, 1900-1903

  • Volume 4
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Index to Requisitions, Rewards, Resignations, and Warrants of Arrest Recorded in Executive Journals 1 and 2, 1900-1903

  • Volume 5
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Index to Executive Journals 3 and 4, 1903-1907

  • Volume 6
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Executive Journals

Executive Journal 1, 1900-1901

  • Volume 7
Pages 1-4 contain entries from Governor William Goebel.
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Executive Journal 2, 1902-1903

  • Volume 8
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Executive Journal 3, 1903-1906

  • Volume 9
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Executive Journal 4, 1906-1907

  • Volume 10
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