Robert Winthrop Kean Papers
Mr. Kean, the father of the former Governor Thomas Kean, was a prominent New Jersey politician who served in the House of Representatives from 1939 to 1959. His career on Capitol Hill spanned two critical decades in 20th Century American history. The collection consists of 114 linear feet of letters to and from constituents and other printed material. The finding aid, which includes a folder level listing, is available here.

Florence Dwyer Papers
Ms. Dwyer was the second woman - and first Republican woman - elected to Congress from New Jersey. She served in the House from 1957 to 1973. She was a staunch advocate for women's rights, and was an outspoken critic of the Vietnam War.  The collection consists of 445 linear feet of letters to and from constituents, photographs, and other printed material.  The finding aid draft, which includes a folder level listing, is available here.

Special Topic: Papers Related to the Holocaust and Vietnam War
This Finding Aid analyzes and synthesizes the many letters, telegrams, and newspaper articles from residents around New Jersey in order to decipher their attitudes on the events of the Holocaust and Vietnam War. Residents voiced their concerns, such as the condition of European Jewry and a never-ending war in Asia to representatives Robert Winthrop Kean and Florence Dwyer. They responded to each letter by giving advice as well as displaying the political attitudes from New Jersey during those two time periods. This finding aid is available here.
We're lucky to have a few images that include both 
Congressman Kean and Congresswoman Dwyer.  
This was taken in April 1958, when their terms overlapped.