Scope and Content of Collection
The Ann R. Hull papers cover the period from 1964 to 1978. The records include memoranda, reports, studies, minutes, and correspondence, which relate to her position as a state delegate. Important topics documented include education, civil rights, housing, state budget, juvenile courts, mental health, and public health facilities. Also covered are the constitutional convention, state merit commission, transportation, police, recreation, George Washington Memorial Parkway, water, women's issues, and the election of a governor by the legislature after the resignation of Governor Agnew. Major correspondents include Marvin Mandel, Francis B. Burch, William J. Peeples, and Joseph Tydings.