CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 27



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Box 27 - Reference-Pollution and Environment (1972) - Psychological Testing Discontinued (March 29, 1965).

F 1: Reference - Pollution and Environment (1972).

Folder includes various correspondence and reference materials including booklets; pamphlets; memorandums; bulletins; and newsletters dealing with environmental quality and control. Correspondents include League of Women Voters; Sierra Club; Council on Environmental Quality; Howard H. Baker; Better Homes and Gardens; and National Petroleum Council.

F 2: Reference - Population (1971-1972).

Folder includes various correspondence; book; booklets; and news release dealing with population control. Correspondents include the Population Crisis Committee; and United States Coalition for Life.

F 3: Reference - Senior Citizens (1971-1972).

Folder includes booklets; journals; and Retirement Life, September 1971, April 1972. Correspondents include Tax Foundation, Inc.

F 4: Reference - Television (1969-1972).

Folder includes booklets; news clippings; Teachers Guide to Television, Fall 1971, Spring 1972; and editorial. Correspondents include NBC Television Network; National Association of Broadcasters; Poor Richard's Almanack; and TV Guide.

F 5: Reference - Urban (1971-1972).

Folder includes booklets. Correspondents include United States Conference of Mayors; and National League of Cities.

F 6: Reference - Transportation (1965, 1969, 1971).

Folder includes reports; journal articles; and Handbook of Transportation in America, Charles Luna, United Transportation Union, 1971. Correspondents include National Air Carriers Association; New York Times; and Federal Aviation Administration.

Press Releases/Speeches Series

F 6B: Ukranian Independence Day (January 22, 1960).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 6C: James Fair (May 25, 1960).

Topics and types of documents include due process of law; NAACP; precedent; and Congressional Record excerpt.

F 6D: Happiness Exchange (September 22, 1961).

Congressional Record excerpt and booklet. Correspondents include Greta J. Burgess; and Joe Rosenfield.

F 6E: James Fair (July 19, 1962).

Topics include NAACP.

F 7: Lie Detector Questionnaire (June 9, 1963).

F 8: Blind Stand Operators in Post Office (September 27, 1963).

F 9: Expanded Educational Facilities [1964]

F 10: National Defense / Security [1964]

F 11: Community Development / Housing [1964].

F 12: Vietnam [1964].

F 13: Youth Program [1964].

F 14: Johnson Administration [1964].

F 15: Anti-Poverty Bill [1964].

F 16: Barry Goldwater [1964].

F 17: 88th Congress Accomplishments (January 3, 1964).

F 18: Canada - US Interparliamentary Group (January 13, 1964).

F 19: Vuocolo/Johnson Meet (January 16, 1964).

F 20: Medicare (January 21, 1964).

F 21: Motor Vehicle Inspection (January 21, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 22: William Green (January 21, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 23: Ukranian Independence Day (January 22, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 24: AID Program (January 27, 1964).

F 25: Montgomery Street Project (January 28, 1964).

Correspondents include U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency.

F 26: Peace Corps (January 29, 1964).

F 27: Drug Rehabilitation Programs (January 30, 1964).

F 28: Parochial Schools Aid (January 31, 1964).

F 29: Air Force Academy Nominations (January 31, 1964).

F 30: Civil rights Debate (February 1, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 31: New Narcotics Plan (February 3, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 32: Academy Appointments (February 3, 1964).

F 33: Civil Rights Bill (February 4, 1964).

F 34: Right to Vote (February 5, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 35: College Tax Credits (February 5, 1964).

F 36: Civil Rights Brutality (February 5, 1964).

F 37: U.S. Army (February 6, 1964).

F 38: Lithuanian Independence (February 11, 1964).

F 39: Boy Scout Emblem (February 13, 1964).

F 40: Newark Airport Announcements (February 16, 1964).

F 41: GI Insurance (February 17, 1964).

F 42: Tadeusz Kosciuszko (February 18, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 43: Prime Minister Douglas - Home (February 19, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 44: Right to Vote / 18 Year Olds (February 24, 1964).

F 45: Estonian Independence (February 27, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 46: Lyndon Johnson (February 29, 1964).

F 47: Community Facilities Grant for Combined Garage and Fallout Shelter in Jersey City (March 2, 1964).

Correspondents include U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency.

F 48: Bulgarian Independence Day (March 3, 1964).

F 49: New York Harbor Debris (March 5, 1964).

F 50: Thomas Garrigue Masaryk (March 17, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 51: Bayonne Rail Plan (March 18, 1964).

F 52: Arms Control Security (April 23, 1964).

F 53: Kill Van Kull (April 30, 1964).

Correspondents include U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

F 54: Israel Independence Day (May 4, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 55: Polish Constitution Day (May 4, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 56: Rumanian Independence Day (May 4, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 57: Hopefully a Better World (May 6, 1964).

F 58: Lie Detector Use (May 7, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 59: East Orange V.A. Hospital (May 7, 1964).

F 60: Martin News Conference Comments (May 14, 1964).

F 61: Robert S. McNamara Visit (May 19, 1964).

F 62: Johnson / Foreign Aid (May 19, 1964).

F 63: Newark Progress (May 19, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 64: Hudson County Medicare (May 21, 1964).

F 65: Truman Dinner (May 26, 1964).

F 66: Court of Veteran's Appeals (May 28, 1964).

F 67: School Prayer Hearing (May 28, 1964).

F 68: Dominican Republic (May 28, 1964).

F 69: Eamon de Valera/Ireland President (June 2, 1964).

F 70: Disarmament (June 8, 1964).

F 71: Foreign Aid Debate (June 9, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 72: Civil Defense Warning System in Jersey City (June 11, 1964).

F 73: Ellis Island Causeway (June 12, 1964).

F 74: Housing and Home Finance Grant to Hackensack Meadows (June 16, 1964).

F 75: Monsignor Leo J. Martin (June 16, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 76: "Ground Rules" for Graduates (June 16, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 77: Baltic Peoples (June 16, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 78: Foreign Aid (June 17, 1964).

F 79: Polish Workers Revolt (June 18, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 80: Republican Party Fundraiser (June 18, 1964).

F 81: Peace Corps Volunteers to Tanganyika (June 19, 1964).

F 82: Dublin Parade (June 25, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 83: Foreign Aid Debate (June 30-July 1, 1964).

F 84: Immigration Reform (July 1, 1964).

F 85: Medicare Debate (July 1, 1964).

F 86: Civil Rights Legislation (July 3, 1964).

F 87: Light Bulb Investigation (July 8, 1964).

F 88: Captive Nations Week (July 20, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt. Correspondents include the Legion of Estonian Liberation, Inc.

F 89: Vocational Education Grant to Jersey City (July 21, 1964).

F 90: Commonwealth Day (July 27, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 91: Voting Hours (August 3, 1964).

F 92: Mental Diseases Hospital (August 13, 1964).

F 93: Halleck Chaffeur Tie (August 14, 1964).

F 94: Sharon Turkish Visit (September 13, 1964).

F 95: Project Hope (September 16, 1964).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 96: Medicare Amendment to S.S. (September 20, 1964).

F 97: Udall Visit to Ellis Island (October 7, 1964).

F 98: Kennedy - Johnson Health Care (October 19, 1964).

F 99: Soviet Union Leadership (October 22, 1964).

F 100: Dante Alighieri Stamp (October 23, 1964).

F 101: Aid To Egypt (October 27, 1964).

F 102: Veteran Benefits (October 27, 1964).

F 103: Firemen's Referendum for 42 Hour Week (October 28, 1964).

F 104: New Jersey College Bond Issue (October 30, 1964).

F 105: Increased Employment (October 31, 1964).

F 106: Johnson Re-Election (November 2, 1964).

F 107: Greetings to Jersey City Postal Union (December 1964).

F 108: AID Overseas Order to Jersey City Plants (December 1964).

F 109: Housing and Home Finance Project in Bayonne (December 21, 1964).

F 110: Johnson State of the Union Message (January 4, 1965).

F 111: Public Health Service Grant to Seton Hall College of Medicine (January 6, 1965).

F 112: Foreign Assistance Program (January 14, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 113: Housing and Home Finance Grant for Urban Renewal in New Jersey (January 15, 1965).

F 114: Johnson Inaugural Address (January 20, 1965).

F 115: St. Peter's Conference of Colleges (January 22, 1965).

F 116: Ukranian Independence Day (January 25, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 117: Polish Insurrection 1863 (January 25, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 118: Reclamation of New Jersey Meadowlands (January 25, 1965).

F 119: U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (January 26, 1965).

F 120: Bayonne Naval Supply Center (January 29, 1965).

F 121: Moscow Radio Broadcast (February 1965).

F 122: Woodrow Wilson Memorial Commission (February 2, 1965).

F 123: Invasion of Privacy (February 10, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 124: Tadeusz Kosciuszko (February 10, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 125: Boy Scout Emblem (February 11, 1965).

F 126: Barratt O'Hara Tribute (February 15, 1965).

F 127: Arms Control and Disarmament Debate (February 17, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 128: Vietnam Debate (February 24, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 129: Teenage Drinking (February 25, 1965).

F 130: Labor Grant for Auto Mechanic Training in Jersey City (March 9, 1965).

F 131: OEO Grant for Migrant Farm Workers in New Jersey (March 19, 1965).

F 132: Lie Detector Use (March 21, 1965).

F 133: Dublin Speech (March 22, 1965).

F 134: Ship to Be Named After Weehawken (March 26, 1965).

F 135: Byelorussian Independence Day (March 29, 1965).

Congressional Record excerpt.

F 136: Psychological Testing Discontinued (March 29, 1965).

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