F1: Correspondence, A-L, 1987
Topics include Treasury appropriations and Landsat.
Correspondents include Michael A. Andrews, Lew Aspin, Henry Bellmon, Howard
L. Berman, Barbara Boxer, Jack Brooks, Rod Chandler, Tony Coelho, Clyde C. Cole,
Linda Daschle, Kika de la Garza, John D. Dingell, Wanda Evaige, Richard A. Gephardt,
Frederick B. Henderson, Dave Herbert, George J. Hochbrueckner, Frank E. Horton,
Steny H. Hoyer, Paul E. Kanjorski, Marvin Leath, and Richard R. Linn Jr.
F2: Correspondence, M-W, 1987
Topics include military programs at Oklahoma bases and foreign aid.
Correspondents include Mack McLarty, Gillespie V. Montgomery, Ken Moore, R.
W. Moore, Doug Nix, Tim Penny, Tom Carper, H. R. Perot Jr., J. J. Pickle, Jim D. Scott,
Glenn J. Sharpe, Lee R. Symcox, Mike Synar, Shiro Takemura, William R. Upthegrove,
Wes Watkins, Howard Wolpe, and Jim Wright.
F3: Correspondence, A-G, 1988
Topics include arms control and Dick Gephardt presidential campaign.
Correspondents include James A. Abrahamson, David M. Abshire, Donald K.
Anderson, Michael A. Andrews, E. Clay Shaw Jr., Beryl Anthony Jr., Les Aspin, Charles
E. Bennett, Tom Bevill, James H. Bilbray, David Bonior, Barbara Boxer, John Bryant,
Roy C. Buckner, Jack Buechner, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Benjamin L. Cardin, Jim
Chapman, Bill Chappell, Michael T. Chase, William F. Clinger Jr., Tony Coelho, John
Conyers Jr., William J. Crowe Jr., John D. Dingell, Michael S. Dukakis, Lane Evans,
Thomas S. Foley, Alvin From, Jaime B. Fuster, Richard A. Gephardt, Benjamin A.
Gilman, John Glenn, Dan Glickman, Henry B. Gonzalez, and William H. Gray.
F4: Correspondence, H-P, 1988
Topics include Democratic Caucus, national defense, and Dick Gephardt
Correspondents include Cal Hobson, Frank E. Horton, Steny J. Hoyer, Walter B.
Jones, J. C. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy, Michael C. Kerby, Robert M. Kerr, Robert S.
Kerr III, Jim Kolbe, Peter H. Kostmayer, John J. LaFalce, John Lassiter, Lynn Martin,
Nicholas Mavroules, Terence R. McAuliffe, Bob McEwen, Tom McMillen, Alan B.
Mollohan, Gillespie V. Montgomery, Ken Moore, Bruce A. Morrison, Donna Murphy,
Sam Nunn, Mary Rose Oakar, Solomon P. Ortiz, Frank Pallone Jr., Leon E. Panetta, Emil
S. Pavich, Nancy Pelosi, H. R. Perot Jr., and Owen B. Pickett.
F5: Correspondence, R-Y, 1988
Topics include U.S.S. Topeka.
Correspondents include Richard Ray, Robert A. Roe, Dan Rostenkowski, Robert
V. Rota, John G. Rowland, Martin Olav Sabo, Claudine Schneider, Joe Shumate, Gerry
Sikorski, Louise M. Slaughter, Mike Synar, Gene Taylor, Herbert R. Temple Jr., Lindsay
Thomas, Peter J. Visclosky, Kenneth P. Walker, David L. Walters, Wes Watkins, John A.
Wickham Jr., Bob Wise, Jim Wright, and Joseph R. Wright Jr.
F6: Correspondence, A-H, 1989
Correspondents include Hannah Atkins, Tony Coelho, Paul A. Crawford, and
Byron L. Dorgan.
F7: Correspondence, J-Z, 1989
Topics include national service and U.S.S. West Virginia.
Correspondents include Harry Johnston, J. C. Kennedy, Lew Meibergen, Dan
Quayle, Dick Reynolds, and Pat Schroeder.
F8: Correspondence, A, 1990
Topics include Social Security, University of Oklahoma study abroad program
proposal, federal spending, savings and loan bailout, federal deficit, Barney Frank
expulsion vote, foreign aid, and Operation Desert Shield.
Correspondents include Paul Adams and Lawrence C. Allin.
F9: Correspondence, Ba-Be, 1990
Topics include Rotary Club, veterans retirement benefits, credit union regulation,
specific formulas for fuels, investigation of Oliver North, funding for the National
Endowment for the Arts, and Strategic Defense Initiative.
Correspondents include Earl P. Bailey, Ronald W. Beckel, Henry Bellmon, and
Roger M. Beverage.
F10: Correspondence, Bh-Bo, 1990
Topics include abortion, credit union regulations, and tax increases.
Correspondents include Mary Blatt, G. T. Blankenship, and Michael Bowling.
F11: Correspondence, Br-By, 1990
Topics include simplifying Schedule K-1 forms, federal bank deposit insurance,
foreign investment in the United States, Kiowa Tribe, savings and loan bailout, federal
spending, and using Social Security funds for other government expenses.
Correspondents include Bill Bradley, Susan Bradley, Hans Brisch, Curtis A.
Brooks, and W. C. Burris.
F12: Correspondence, Ca-Cl, 1990
Topics include specific formulas for fuels, Social Security notch babies, and
disabled veterans compensation.
Correspondents include Wanda Cantrell and Robert Cline.
F13: Correspondence, Co-Cu, 1990
Topics include Davis-Bacon reform, Operation Desert Shield, the environment,
cost of health care, Older Workers Benefits Protection Act, and foreign aid to Israel.
Correspondents include Tim Conway, Jim Cooper, and T. L. Curren.
F14: Correspondence, Da-Di, 1990
Topics include experiments on animals, cost-of-living adjustments for disabled
veterans, savings and loan bailout, federal spending, and federal deficit.
Correspondents include Susan de Navarrete, Christopher Denn, and Neil J.
F15: Correspondence, Do-Dv, 1990
Correspondents include Richard J. Doviak and Donnie Duncan.
F16: Correspondence, E, 1990
Topics include Oklahoma Tax Commission v. The Citizen Band Potawatomi
Indian Tribe of Oklahoma, reductions in force at Tinker Air Force Base, Clean Air Act,
and cost-of-living adjustments for disabled veterans.
Correspondents include Joe Mark ElKouri, Paul Erickson, Scott R. Esk, and J. W.
F17: Correspondence, F, 1990
Topics include Air Force ROTC at the University of Oklahoma; taxes on Social
Security benefits; foreign aid; gun control; funding for the Women, Infant, Children (WIC)
program; and using Social Security funds for other government expenses.
Correspondents include Robert A. Fairbanks, Alma Fisher, Mary Lu Fisher, and
William D. Ford.
F18: Correspondence, Ga-Go, 1990
Topics include specific formulas for fuels, federal deficit, foreign aid, pork barrel
projects, and Operation Desert Shield.
Correspondents include Gilbert C. Gibson.
F19: Correspondence, Gr-Gu, 1990
Topics include the environment, animal rights, funding for the National
Endowment for the Arts, balanced budget amendment, federal deficit, and flag burning
Correspondents include Elmer Graham, Patricia Grasse, Susan F. Gregory, and
F20: Correspondence, Ha-He, 1990
Topics include animal testing, discontinuation of the General Aptitude Test Battery
and Validity Generalization, specific fuel formulas, cable television industry regulation,
reductions in force at Tinker Air Force Base, defense spending, cost-of-living adjustments
for disabled veterans, and U. S. military troops stationed in foreign countries.
Correspondents include Marilyn Hawpe, James E. Henshaw, and Stephen R.
F21: Correspondence, Hi-Hu, 1990
Topics include federal deficit, savings and loan bailout, Kiowa Indian Tribe, flag
burning amendment, and foreign investment.
Correspondents include Archer L. Howell.
F22: Correspondence, I, 1990
F23: Correspondence, J, 1990
Topics include Medicare, specific formulas for fuels, federal deficit, federal
spending, and defense spending.
Correspondents include Andy Jacobs Jr., John G. Johnson, and Jeffrey C. Jones.
F24: Correspondence, K, 1990
Topics include El Salvador, B-2 bomber, Operation Desert Shield, Ancient Forest
Protection Act, balanced budget amendment, federal deficit, using Social Security funds
for other government expenses, campaign finance reform, and insurance industry
Correspondents include Patricia A. Keefe, Celestia Kellogg, Edwin Kessler, John
Kinslow, and Carolyn Korstjens.
F25: Correspondence, La-Le, 1990
Topics include Video Pal, Operation Desert Shield, National Endowment for the
Arts, gun control, health care, cost-of-living adjustments, veterans benefits, abortion,
foreign aid, and flag burning amendment.
Correspondents include Jean C. Lacy, James D. Lambert, Mary M. Lambert, Larry
Laneer, Dalton Langley, and Steven Alan Lewis.
F26: Correspondence, Li-Ly, 1990
Topics include Dual Compensation Act of 1964, cost-of-living adjustments,
Operation Desert Shield, Kiowa Indian Tribe, and animal rights.
Correspondents include Joseph I. Lieberman, Michael Lovegrove, Manuel Lujan,
and Marvene Lynch.
F27: Correspondence, Ma, 1990
Topics include Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, savings and
loan bailout, and national debt.
Correspondents include Helen Marler and Chester Maxwell.
F28: Correspondence, Mc, 1990
Topics include veterans retirement benefits, federal spending, insurance industry
regulation, Social Security notch babies, Medicare, savings and loan bailout, common trust
funds, Operation Desert Shield, and cost-of-living adjustments.
Correspondents include Fred McClure and Neil McElderry Jr.
F29: Correspondence, Me-Mi, 1990
Topics include Kiowa Indian Tribe and veterans retirement benefits.
Correspondents include Paul D. Mercer.
F30: Correspondence, Mo-My, 1990
Topics include tax increases, federal spending, the environment, Medicare, Farm
Credit System, and Operation Desert Shield.
Correspondents include Susan P. Moss and Michael P. Mulholland.
F31: Correspondence, N, 1990
Topics include industrial revenue bonds and Operation Desert Shield.
Correspondents include Robert A. Nance, Maurita J. Nations, Laura Nelson, Dick
Neptune, J. Gregory Nixon, and David F. Nolte.