CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 1

Legislative Series

Box 1 - Abortion (1969-1972) - Automobiles-Safety-30 MPH Bumper (1970-1972).

F 1 - 2: Abortion (1969-1972).

Topics and types of documents include These Babies Will Be Killed...If Abortion Laws Are Eased pamphlet; Life or Death, Hiltz Publishing Company; and various correspondence from Catholic institutions and a New Jersey Right to Life Committee member with most of correspondence re: in opposition to H. J. Res. 837 and S. J. Res. 108 Udall-Cranston Resolution.

F 3 - 5: Agriculture (1962-1969).

Topics and types of documents include "Who Gets It?" editorial Farm Journal, July 1962; Agricultural Act of 1958; H. R. 12391 dealing with emergency grain program; Reuss amendment to the Agricultural Appropriation Bill; various agricultural bills dealing with grain prices, farm programs, regulation of food reserves, and economic support of farmers; copy of Digest of H. R. 11222 Food and Agriculture Act of 1962; Peanut Research Laboratory, Georgia; United States Department of Agriculture budget 1965; United States farm production; H. R. 11222 on Food and Agriculture Act of 1962; Agriculture Appropriations Bill 1970; Farm Bill Fact Sheet, New Jersey Farm Bureau; American Soybean Association Resolutions 1970, pamphlet; National Association of State Departments of Agriculture Resolutions 19, 21, 26; Highlights of the 1970-1971 Annual Report, New Jersey Department of Agriculture; Digest of Congressional Proceedings of Interest to the Department of Agriculture, July 1971; rail strikes, farm credit, and revenue sharing; Rocky Mountain Union Farmer, September 1971; Farmers Union Legislative Fly-In, September 1971; Farmers Home Administration, booklet, October 1971; Farm Service News, New Jersey Department of Agriculture, Winter 1972; Agriculture USA, National Agriculture Institute, January 1972; Business Farming, editorial; Statement of National Farmers Union on the 1972 Economic Report of the President; Legislative Policies 1972, National Grange; 1972 Policy of National Farmers Union, booklet; The Condition of Farm Workers and Small Farmers in 1971, National Sharecroppers Fund; and olive industry tariff legislation. Correspondents include Harold D. Cooley (F 3); Orville L. Freeman, United States Department of Agriculture ( F 3); American Farm Bureau Federation (F 3-5); E. L. Forrester (F 3); Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture (F 3-5); Graham Purcell (F 3); Bob Dole (F 3); Joseph P. Vigorito (F 3); New Jersey Farm Bureau (F 3, 4); Hale Boggs (F 3); John W. McCormack (F 3); Carl Albert (F 3); National Farmers Organization (F 3); John J. Flynt, Jr. (F 3); National Farmers Union (F 3, 5); Paul Findley (F 3); Joseph Y. Resnick (F 3); John R. Schmidhauser (F 3); Silvio O. Conte (F 4); G. H. Wise (F 4); Farmers Home Administration (F 4); Arthur A. Link (F 4); Neal Smith (F 4); National Grange (F 4, 5); General Food Corporation (F 5); National Sharecroppers Fund (F 5); and American Soybean Association ( F5).

F 6: Agriculture - Cotton (1963-1970).

Topics and types of documents include H. R. 6196 the Cooley Bill dealing with the sale of cotton to domestic textile mills; and cotton subsidies. Correspondents include Textile Proofers Incorporated; Johnson and Johnson; American Farm Bureau Federation; Textile Workers Union of America; Harlan Hagen; Orville L. Freeman, United States Department of Agriculture; North Dakota Farmers Union; National Association Wheat Growers; Johnson and Johnson; and Emergency Committee to Protect Cotton Growers.

F 7: Agriculture - Dairy Industry (1962-1972).

Topics and types of documents include "Compensatory Payments" to milk handlers; Office of Milk Industry and New Jersey dairy milk prices dispute; re: National Milk Sanitation Acts H. R. 50 and S. 86; Milk Facts 1965 Edition, Milk Industry Foundation; Class I price increase to compensate farmers of recent drought; copy of H. R. 6785 dealing with milk prices for 1971-1972; and Milk Facts 1972 Edition, Milk Industry Foundation. Correspondents include Samuel S. Stratton; New Jersey Farm Bureau; New Jersey Dairymen's Council; New Jersey Health Officers Association; American Farm Bureau Federation; Milk Industry Foundation; United Milk Producers Cooperative Association of New Jersey; United Milk Producers of New Jersey; Associated Dairymen, Incorporated; W. R. Poage; and Central America Cooperative Federation, Inc.

F 8: Agriculture - Eggs (1962-1972).

Topics and types of documents include opposition to production controls on poultry and/or eggs; H. R. 6983 dealing with nationwide marketing plan for eggs; and New Jersey Egg Industry, New Jersey Department of Agriculture, December 1964. Correspondents include Northeastern Poultry Producers Council; New Jersey Poultry Producers Association, Incorporated; New Jersey Department of Agriculture; New Jersey State Poultry Association; Central Jersey Farmers Cooperative Association, Incorporated; New Jersey Farm Bureau; National Egg Producers' Organization; Northeast Egg Marketing Association; New Jersey Poultry Products Council; and John Vaccaro.

F 9: Agriculture - Farm Credit Act (1971).

Topics and types of documents include H. R. 7138 dealing with United States farmers credit needs; and We Believe in Preserving the Farm Credit System for Farmers and Ranchers, August 1971. Correspondents include Ocean Spray Cranberries, Incorporated; Northeastern Breeders Association; and New Jersey Council of Farmer Cooperatives, Incorporated.

F 10: Agriculture - Feed Grains (1963-1964, 1970).

Topics and types of documents include Support for Feed Grain Program in New Jersey. Correspondents include Kenneth M. Birkhead, United States Department of Agriculture; and National Farmers Union.

F 11: Agriculture - Food Prices (1972).

Topics and types of documents include farm and food prices. Correspondents include Earl L. Butz, United States Department of Agriculture; National Farmers Union (news release); Campbell Soup Company; Seabrook Farms Company Incorporated; Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Incorporated; and New Jersey Apple Industry Council.

F 12: Agriculture - Food Stamp Program (1967-1972).

Topics and types of documents include Food Stamp Changes Go Into Effect, Food and Nutrition, October 1971; various food stamp plans dealing with stamps available on a basis of need and prohibiting stamps to workers on strike; copy of H. R. 14388 to amend the Food Stamp Act of 1964; and USDA Announces Plans to Allocate Additional Funds for Child Feeding Programs, United States Department of Agriculture news release, July 1971. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman, United States Department of Agriculture; Jersey City Housing Authority; Thomas J. Whelan; New Jersey State AFL-CIO; Leonor K. Sullivan; AFL-CIO; Richard J. Hughes; Industrial Union Department-AFL-CIO; United States Department of Agriculture-Food and Nutrition Services; William T. Cahill; National Emergency Committee Against Hunger; and Andrew J. Biemiller.

F 13: Agriculture - Horses (1969-1972).

Topics and types of documents include soring of walking horses; and New Jersey Equine Industry News, New Jersey State Department of Agriculture, Winter 1971. Correspondents include The New Jersey Horse Council; and Earl L. Butz, United States Department of Agriculture.

F 14: Agriculture - Kosher Meats (1972)

F 15: Agriculture - Marketing (1963, 1968, 1972).

Topics and types of documents include various agricultural bills dealing with the marketing of commodities; How Growers Would Really Fare Under Compulsory Bargaining, leaflet, National Broiler Council; A Study of Agricultural Marketing, Naris Incorporated, January 1972; and Questions and Answers on the National Agricultural Marketing and Bargaining Act of 1971-The Sisk Bill, AFBF, September 1971. Correspondents include American Farm Bureau; Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture (statement); Henry B. Gonzales; United States Department of the Army; New Jersey State Grange; Hunt-Wesson Foods, Incorporated; and New Jersey Farm Bureau.

F 16: Agriculture - Meat and Poultry (1965-1972).

Topics and types of documents include various correspondence with federal and state agencies dealing with meat and poultry legislation; H. R. 11670 concerning revision of meat inspection regulations; The Meat On Your Table, Animal Health Institute, December 1971; and re: H. R. 11646 and S. 2818 to ban use of DES to stimulate growth in animals used for food. Correspondents include New Jersey State Poultry Association; Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture; Earl F. Landgrebe; Animal Health Institute; Chemetron Corporation; American Cyanamid Company; and United States Food and Drug Administration.

F 17: Agriculture - Pesticides and Insecticides (1964, 1966, 1969-1971).

Topics and types of documents include "New Pest Control Report," Business Farming, editorial; various bills dealing with pesticide and insecticide control; and H. R. 10729 the Federal Environmental Pesticide Control Act of 1971. Correspondents include Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture; The Port of New York Authority; American Farm Bureau Federation; New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection; and Izaak Walton League of America.

F 18: Agriculture - Potatoes (1961, 1966, 1970-1971).

Topics and types of documents include potato purchase for Food Donation Programs; Livestock Feed Diversion Program For Potatoes Approved for New Jersey, New Jersey Department of Agriculture, October 1961; and statement by John Q. Adams in opposition to H. R. 6006 outlawing future trade of potatoes. Correspondents include Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture; and United States Department of Agriculture.

F 19: Agriculture - Quarantine (1963, 1965-1966, 1971-1972).

Topics and types of documents include various correspondence with federal and state agencies dealing with enforcing intrastate pest regulations; European Chafer Quarantine Extension or Elimination Considered, United States Department of Agriculture News Release; and Gypsy Moth Quarantine Extension Hearing Scheduled, United States Department of Agriculture News Release. Correspondents include Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture; United States Department of Agriculture: Animal and Plant Health Services; and Federal Plant Quarantine Inspectors.

F 20: Agriculture - Research (1963-1964, 1970-1971).

Topics and types of documents include funds for a United States Department of Agriculture Plant Materials Center in the Coastal Plain Area; and "Promoting Commodities," Business Farming, editorial, November-December 1971. Correspondents include Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture; E. L. Forrester; and American Farm Bureau Federation.

F 21: Agriculture - Rural Electric (1962-1963, 1966, 1971-1972).

Topics and types of documents include National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Resolutions, February 1966; and re: various bills dealing with Rural Electrification Programs. Correspondents include National Rural Electric Cooperative.

F 22: Agriculture - Slaughter Houses (1963, 1965-1966, 1972).

Topics and types of documents include correspondence concerning humane slaughtering of animals and state humane slaughter laws.

F 23: Agriculture - Soil Conservation (1963-1972).

Topics and types of documents include Soil Survey Program funding and proposed budget cuts; United States Soil Conservation Service budget; and The Role of Agricultural Limestone in National Health, National Limestone Institute, Inc., Fall 1968. Correspondents include National Limestone Institute, Inc.; Phillip Alampi, New Jersey Department of Agriculture; and Richard J. Hughes.

F 24: Agriculture - Sugar (1964, 1971).

Topics and types of documents include Republic of South Africa sugar quota; Woodcock Urges End to South African Sugar Subsidies, UAW News Release, June 1971; correspondence from various religious institutions concerning South African sugar quota; and H. R. 8866 United States Sugar Act. Correspondents include John Melcher; UAW-International Affairs Department; and Jorge L. Córdova.

F 25 - 27: Agriculture - Wheat (n. d., 1962, 1964-1965, 1972).

Topics and document types include re: H. R. 7097 dealing with tax increase on wheat and rice shifting the subsidy payment to farmers and consumers from the United States Treasury; Comments on the G. A. O. Report to Congress: Re-donating Flour Rather Than Wheat to Relief Agencies, Millers' National Federation, March 1965; Omnibus Farm Bill concerning increased prices of wheat certificates; Statement on the Proposed Bread Tax, The Wheat Users Committee, June 1965; H. R. 9811 Food and Agriculture Act of 1965; Amendment Gives Parity Without Bread Tax, Wheat Users Committee, August 1965; The Food and Agriculture Act of 1965, United States Department of Agriculture, October 1965; various correspondence with constituents concerning the 1965 Farm Bill; and An Approved Program of Research, Education and Promotion, Wheat and Wheat Products, July 1971. Correspondents include Orville L. Freeman, United States Department of Agriculture (F 25, 26); National Grange (F 25, 26); National Association of Wheat Growers (F 25, 26); Millers' National Federation (F 25, 26); Graham Purcell (F 26); Harold D. Cooley (F 26); Rolland Redlin (F 26); Bert Banstra (F 26); Alec G. Olson (F 26); W. R. Poage (F 26); Clair Callan (F 26); Frank A. Stubblefield (F 26); Thomas S. Foley (F 26); Joseph P. Vigorito (F 26); National Association of Flour Distributors (F 26); Pillsbury Company (F 26); Paul Findley (F 26); International Brotherhood of Teamsters (F 26); American Bakery and Confectionery Workers' Union-AFL-CIO (F 26); Kenneth M. Birkhead (F 26); Joseph Y. Resnick (F 26); Continental Baking Company (F 26); American Farm Bureau Federation (F 26, 27); and Wheat and Wheat Foods Foundation (F 27).

F 28: Alaska (1966-1972).

Topics and types of documents include H. R. 9963 Alaska Centennial Bill; Alaskan pipeline construction; various Department of the Interior news releases dealing with the Alaskan pipeline route; North Slope Alaska: Man and the Wilderness, BP Alaska Inc.; and "Geothermal Channel and Harbor Ice Control System," Allen T. Van Huisen and Kinichi Watase, April 1972. Correspondents include Ralph J. Rivers; E. L. Bartlett; and Ted Stevens.

F 29: Alaska - Native Claims (1971-1972).

Topics and types of documents include various bills dealing with native Alaskans land rights; Business Community Native Land Claims Settlement Position, Alaska State Chamber of Commerce Annual Convention-Juneau, Alaska, September 1971; and H. R. 10367 the Alaska Native Claims Bill. Correspondents include AFL-CIO Maritime Trades Department and the Seafarers International Union; Alaska Federation of Natives; Sierra Club; William A. Egan; AFL-CIO; Andrew J. Biemiller; Alaska Miners Association; and Nick Begich.

F 30: Alcoholic Beverages (1963, 1965-1972).

Topics and types of documents include WCBS Radio Editorial No. 229, March 1963 "Failure of New York State Legislature to Bring 21-Year-Old Drink-Age Proposal to the Floor for Open Debate"; We Can Stop The Drinking Driver Slaughter, Judge Raymond K. Berg; various correspondence from constituents concerning bills dealing with alcoholic beverages; Report on Alcohol: The Economic Cost of Alcoholic Beverages to Government and Taxpayers, American Business Men's Research Foundation, 1971; and copy of H. R. 8529 permitting non-head of household individuals to produce wine. Correspondents include New Jersey Licensed Beverage Association, Inc.; and Elliot L. Richardson, United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

F 31 - 33: Animals - Animals Used for Research (1961-1972).

Topics and types of documents include copy of H. R. 3556 (Moulder Bill) providing for humane treatment of animals used in research; various correspondence from constituents dealing with legislation and protection of animals from inhumane treatment; re: Clark-Neuberger Ashley-Rhodes bill protecting animals against unnecessary brutalities; copy of H. R. 10743 authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to regulate handling of animals for research; and "Danger: The Antivivisectionists Rise Again," True, June 1965; re: H. R. 10743 authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to regulate the handling of animals for research; Your Pet Is In Danger, leaflet; "Vivisection - Vivistudy: The Facts and the Benefits to Animal and Human Health," American Journal of Public Health, September 1967; copy of H. R. 13168 amending the Public Health Service Act dealing with humane treatment of research animals; copy of Public Law 89-544, H. R. 13881 authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to regulate handling of research animals; re: H. R. 12286 dealing with research animal protection; re: Animal Welfare Act; Everyone Loves Puppies, pamphlet; and leaflet promoting an Animal Care Commission. Correspondents include Society for Animal Protective Legislation (F 31-33); National Catholic Society for Animal Welfare (F 31); United States Public Health Service (F 31); National Society for Medical Research (F 31); Patricia A. Woods (F 31); National Humane League, Inc. (F 31); Humane Society of the United States, New Jersey Branch (F 32, 33); Humans for Animals and Humanity (F 33); and Legislation for Animal Welfare, Inc. (F 33).

F 33b: Animals - Animals Used for Research - Veterans Administration Hospital (1968).

Topics and types of documents include inhumane treatment of beagles at East Orange, New Jersey Veterans Administration Hospital. Correspondents include East Orange, New Jersey Veterans Administration Hospital.

F 34: Arts and Humanities (1964-1966, 1968, 1970, 1972).

Topics and types of documents include various bills dealing with the establishment of a National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities; copy of Public Law 89-209 establishing a National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of 1965; copy of H. R. 16061 amending the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities Act of 1965; and National Gallery of Art, Annual Report 1970. Correspondents include Frank Thompson, Jr.; American Association of University Women; New Jersey State Council on the Arts; and Robert F. Goheen, President of Princeton.

F 35: Automobiles (1969, 1971-1972).

Topics and types of documents include various correspondence with constituents concerning car repairs, excise taxes, and emissions; and "EPA Schedules April 10 for Hearing on Volvo Request," EPA News, March 1972. Correspondents include Automobile Dealers' Association of Indiana, Inc. (resolution); and Volkswagen of America, Inc.

F 36: Automobiles - Insurance (n. d., 1967-1968, 1971-1972).

Topics and types of documents include various correspondence with constituents dealing with the automobile insurance industry; 'No Fault'? Or Real Automobile Insurance Reform for New Jersey, Committee for Reform in Civil Litigation [1971]; various automobile insurance booklets; copy of H. R. 9529 allowing an itemized deduction for automobile insurance; Reparation Reform for New Jersey Motorists, Automobile Insurance Study Commission, December 1971; and No-Fault Automobile Insurance Proposals, American Enterprise Institute. Correspondents include Hartford Insurance Group; Robert L. Clifford, New Jersey Department of Insurance; Insurance Information Institute; and Blue Cross Association.

F 37: Automobiles - Safety (1965-1966, 1968-1972).

Topics and types of documents include various correspondence addressing issues concerning automobile safety standards; Tavano Spring Bumper, Joseph V. Tavano, Sr.; American Safety Belt Council pamphlets; and correspondence dealing with passive restraints. Correspondents include Abraham Ribicoff; James A. Mackay (statement); New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety; American Automobile Association; and Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc.

F 38: Automobiles - Safety - 30 MPH Bumper (1970-1972).

Correspondents include Small Business Administration; Frank Licht; Mike O'Callaghan; Abraham Ribicoff; Strom Thurmond; Donald M. Fraser; Charles Mc C. Mathias, Jr.; William L. Guy; Hubert Humphrey; John O. Pastore; Reubin O'D. Askew; Edmund S. Muskie; T. J. Dulski; Jennings Randloph; Wendell R. Anderson; Richard F. Kneip; Forrest H. Anderson; Jacob K. Javits; Bill Chappell; and C. L. Eshelman of Eshelman, Inc.

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