|Title:||Marvin Mandel collection|
|Creator:||United States. District Court (Maryland)|
|Size:||6 boxes (7.5 linear feet)|
|Abstract:||Contains information relating to the judicial proceedings and legal affairs of Maryland Governor Marvin Mandel in the form of transcripts from his 1977 trial. Mandel was found guilty of mail fraud and racketeering relating to his opposition to increased horse racing regulation in 1972.|
|Citation:||Marvin Mandel collection, Collection 47, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).|
Marvin Mandel was the 56th Governor of Maryland, serving from 1969-1979. He was also a delegate as well as the Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates. Mandel is a member of the Democratic Party and the first Jewish Governor of Maryland.
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United States. District Court (Maryland)
Mandel, Marvin, 1920-
Trial transcripts -- Maryland
Horse racing -- Maryland
United States -- District Court (Maryland)