FRED R. HARRIS COLLECTION
Box and Folder Inventory
Box 279

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Box 279: DNC, Campaign Financing, 1969--DNC, Correspondence (M), 1969-1970.

F1: Democratic National Committee, Campaign Financing, 1969
Topics include Campaign Financing Task Force, membership loss, memoranda, Campaign Broadcast Reform Act, Twentieth Century Fund, Harris testimony before the Pastore Subcommittee on Publicly Financed Television, and a Richard Nixon message to Congress on welfare.
Correspondents include James B. Pearson and Philip A. Hart.

F2: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (A), 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, Southern concern, party information requests, thank yous, and job opportunities.
Correspondents include Tom G. Abernathy, Carl Albert, Bill Alexander, Herbert E. Alexander, Joseph L. Alioto, Clinton P. Anderson, Glenn M. Anderson, Frank Annunzio, Jacob M. Arvey, and Thomas Ludlow Ashley.

F3: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (B), Ba-Be, 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, thank yous, invitations, youth participation, trips, party policy, job opportunities, and memoranda.
Correspondents include Ben Barnes, Birch Bayh, Henry Bellmon, Bert Bennett, Charles E. Bennett, and William Benton.

F4: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (B) Be-By, 1969-1970
Topics include Participating Membership program, thank yous, trips, congratulations, job opportunities, invitations, memoranda, Southern concern, youth participation, remarks of Hyman Bookbinder at the Kerner Anniversary Luncheon, and party policy.
Correspondents include David E. Birenbaum, John D. Dingell, Robert W. Blackstock John A. Blatnik, Jack Brooks, Edmund G. Brown, Harold Brown, Russel L. Brown, James A. Burke, and John J. Burns.

F5: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (C), Ca-Co, 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, thank yous, party participation, invitations, senior citizen participation, youth participation, job opportunities, Southern concern, trips, and party reform.
Correspondents include Earle Cabell, Patrick T. Caffery, Bob Casey, Bill Chappell, Shirley Chisholm, Jeffery Cohelan, and Sheldon S. Cohen.

F6: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (C), Co-Cu, 1968-1970
Topics include job opportunities, congratulations, thank yous, trips, party policy, party participation, and invitations.
Correspondents include Erastus Corning, Leila Davis Craddock, and C. Lee Cronk.

F7: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (D), 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, trips, thank yous, invitations, job opportunities, party participation, youth participation, and Joseph Duffey interview with Hugh Downs on the July 11, 1969 Today show (transcript).
Correspondents include Maurice A. Dawkins, John Dean, John Dempsey, Larry D. Derryberry, Charles C. Diggs, Jr., Rose Marie Diller, Joseph Duffey, and T.J. Dulski.

F8: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (E), 1969-1970
Topics include thank yous, Thomas F. Eagleton speech before the Women’s National Democratic Club, congratulations, memoranda, party participation, trips, and youth participation.
Correspondents include Thomas F. Eagleton, Joshua Eilberg, Buford Ellington, and Sam J. Ervin, Jr.

F9: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (F), 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, thank yous, trips, youth participation, party participation, and invitations.
Correspondents include James A. Farley, Daniel J. Flood, and Wendell H. Ford.

F10: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (G), Ga-Gi, 1969-1970
Topics include thank yous, congratulations, youth participation, party participation, “Credentials Contest at the 1968—and 1972—Democratic Conventions” (Harvard Law Review article), and invitations.
Correspondents include John Kenneth Galbraith, Kika de la Garza II, Robert N. Giaimo, Thomas P. Gill, and David Ginsburg.

F11: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (G), Gl-Go, 1968-1970
Topics include congratulations, party participation, trips, invitations, youth participation, and thank yous.
Correspondents include Dave Glickman, William L. Guy, and Hubert H. Humphrey.

F12: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (H), Ha-Ho, 1969-1970
Topics include thank yous, party participation, congratulations, closed-circuit television fundraising, trips, invitations, and job opportunities.
Correspondents include Charles Hall, Nathan L. Halpern, James M. Hanley, Richard Gordon Hatcher, William D. Hathaway, Augustus F. Hawkins, and Aaron Henry.

F13: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (H), Ho-Hy, 1969-1970
Topics include thank yous, Mark A. Hogan tax reform speech to the Brighton Chamber of Commerce, congratulations, trips, job opportunities, youth participation, party participation, and Democratic Policy Council.
Correspondents include Philip H. Hoff, Mark A. Hogan, Spessard L. Holland, Hubert H. Humphrey, and William L. Hurgate.

F14: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (I), 1969-1970
Topics include party participation, congratulations, invitations, and thank yous.
Correspondents include Daniel K. Inouye.

F15: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (J), 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, party participation, invitations, thank yous, Southern concern, and trips.
Correspondents include Andrew Jacobs, Jr., Herbert T. Jenkins, Harold T. Johnson, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Walter B. Jones.

F16: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (K), Ka-Ke, 1969-1970
Topics include thank yous, congratulations, party participation, invitations, February 4-March 4, 1969 Near East Reports, and Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith.
Correspondents include Irving K. Kaler and Edward M. Kennedy.

F17 Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (K), Ke-Ky, 1969-1970
Topics include party participation, thank yous, congratulations, invitation, job opportunities, jobs proposal by the Independent Citizens of New York, and trips.
Correspondents include Edward I. Koch, Arthur B. Krim, and Edward J. Gurney.

F18: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (L), 1964, 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, thank yous, party participation, trips, invitations, women’s participation, job opportunities, and youth participation.
Correspondents include Robert L. Leggett, Sander M. Levin, Frank Licht, Philip Lowenthal, and Hubert H. Humphrey.

F19: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (M), Ma-Mc, 1959, 1969-1970
Topics include job opportunities, party participation, congratulations, thank yous, McGovern Commission on Delegate Selection and Party Structure, trips, invitations, Vietnam, and youth participation.
Correspondents include Spark M. Matsunaga, Harry S. Truman, Richard D. McCarthy, John W. McCormack, John C. McDonald, and Thomas J. McEntyre.

F20: Democratic National Committee, Correspondence, (M) Mc-My, 1969-1970
Topics include congratulations, job opportunities, invitations, thank yous, party participation, youth participation, Southern concern, and trips.
Correspondents include John L. McMillan, Wilber D. Mills, Walter F. Mondale, Mike Monroney, and Edmund S. Muskie.

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