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F 1: Abbitt, Watkins M. (1966-1967, 1972).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping, condolences, and retirement.
F 2: Abernethy, Thomas G. (1966, 1969, 1972, 1975).
Correspondence, newsletter, re-election, tribute, retirement.
F 3: Abourezk, James G. (1970-1971, 1975).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, and clipping regarding committee assignment, greetings, Senate race.
F 4: Abzug, Bella S. (1970, 1972, 1976).
House resolution, biographical sketch, correspondence, and clippings regarding Vietnam War inquiry, opposition to Abzug, gallery demonstration, CA retirement.
F 5: Adair, Ross (1974).
F 6: Adams, Brock (1966, 1971-1972, 1976).
Correspondence, news release, speech regarding committee assignments, District of Columbia Committee election, supersonic transport, foreign policy and Vietnam, budget resolution, and general.
F 7: Addabbo, Joseph P. (1966, 1970, 1972, 1975).
Correspondence and clipping regarding tribute, re-election, defense spending.
F 8: Alexander, William V. (1971-1973, 1975).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, and manual regarding letter writing and WVA.
F 9: Allen, Clifford (1975-1976).
Correspondence and remarks regarding election, "Lifeline Rate Act of 1976" (electricity), and personal.
F 10: Ambro, Jerome A., Jr. (1974, 1976).
Correspondence and news release regarding election and biography.
F 11: Anderson, Glenn M. (1969, 1972-1973, 1976).
Biographical sketch and correspondence regarding appointment to Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, personal, and World War I Pension Act.
F 12: Anderson, John B. (1974, 1976).
Correspondence regarding legislative remarks ("The Crisis of Confidence in Congress"), Bingham Amendment to the Nuclear Fuel Assurance Act.
F 13: Anderson, William R. (1966-1967, 1971).
Correspondence, biographical sketch and clipping regarding tribute, re-election, Vietnam War ("Metamorphosis of a Hawk").
F 14: Andrews, George (1966-1967, 1971-1972).
Correspondence, biographical sketch and remarks regarding illness, death of, Vietnam, speakers gravel.
F 15: Andrews, Ike (1972-1974, 1976).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding tribute, Ground Hog Day.
F 16: Annunzio, Frank (1965-1966, 1971, 1973-1974).
Biographical sketch, correspondence and remarks regarding illness, re-election, tax-exempt bonds, Columbus Day parade, President's photo, support for speaker.
F 17: Archer, Bill (1972).
Correspondence regarding photo with interns.
F 18: Arends, Leslie C. (1968, 1970-1971, 1974).
Correspondence regarding speakers' remarks, family deaths, retirement.
F 19: Ashley, Thomas Ludlow (1966-1967, 1976).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding illness, re-election, marriage of daughter, support of Kennecott Copper Corporation.
F 20: Aspin, Les (1970-1972).
Biographical sketch correspondence regarding election, "Ban Sports from Closed-Circuit Television Bill (HR 6718).
F 21: Aspinall, Wayne N. (1962, 1966, 1971).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping regarding letter of apology, re-election, lobbying charge, House Contempt Resolution against Frank Stanton, conservation article.
F 22: AuCoin, Les (1974-1976).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping regarding abuses of Civil Service Regulations at Environmental Protection Agency, EPA research reorganization.
F 23: Badillo, Herman (1971-1972, 1976).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, clippings regarding committee assignment to Agricultural Committee, lack of quorum at Democratic caucus, editorial endorsements, debate with Ramon Valez.
F 24: BaFalis, L.A. (1976).
Correspondence regarding Edison's Ford.
F 25: Baldus, Alvin (1974).
F 26: Baring, Walter S. (1966-1967).
Correspondence, biographical sketch regarding re-election.
F 27: Barrett, William (1966, 1973, 1976).
Correspondence, clipping regarding family death, re-election, AFL-CIO banquet, tribute, obituary.
F 28: Bartlett, Dewey (1966, 1973-1975).
Correspondence, poll regarding re-election, photo, student public opinion poll, Rail Transportation Improvement Bill, condolences.
F 29: Bartlett, Joe (1976).
Note, remarks regarding election to Federal Executive Institute.
F 30: Bates, William (1969, 1972).
Pamphlet, correspondence, clipping regarding linear accelerator, death, obituary.
F 31: Baucus, Max S. (1974).
Correspondence, biographical sketch regarding fund raiser.
F 32: Bauman, Robert E. (1975).
Correspondence, remarks regarding leasing on outer continental shelf.
F 33: Bayh, Birch (1971).
Correspondence, clipping regarding liberalized depreciation allowances for business, filibuster rule change.
F 34: Beard, Edward P. (1974-1976).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, newsletter regarding photo, congress, news article, re-election.
F 35: Bedell, Berkley (1974-1975).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding Rhodesian Chrome Bill.
F 36: Begich, N.T. (1970-1973).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, clippings, remarks regarding appointment to committee on Interior and Public Works, Nixon's withholding of appropriated funds, tribute, Alaska Native Land Claims Bill, re-election, recording ("vote"), concern by Governor over special election, declaration of seat vacancy, memorial service, Alaskan-of-the-Year Book of Photography.
F 37: Belcher, Page (1962, 1965-1966, 1972-1973).
Biographical sketch, clippings, correspondence regarding North Virginia Bridge Championship, redrawing Oklahoma Congressional districts, anti-war protests, foreign trip, illness, birthday, retirement, Tulsa magazine article.
F 38: Bellmon, Henry (1970-1973).
Clippings, correspondence, remarks regarding attacks on Senator Harris, G.I. trials for war deaths, photos, re-election, war-powers veto.
F 39: Benitez, Jaime (1973-1975).
Correspondence, remarks regarding photo, commonwealth status of Puerto Rico, reclama entitled "Relocate Weapons Ranges from Culebra Complex," appointment to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Joint Commission Study: "Compact of Permanent Union Between Puerto Rico and the United States."
F 40: Bennett, Charles E. (1966-1967, 1971, 1973-1975).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding illness, American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, tribute, impeachment proceedings, terminology of recorded votes, nomination for the commission on standards of official conduct, rearrangement of legislative schedule, Christmas card.
F 41: Bentsen, Lloyd (1971, 1974-1975).
Clipping, correspondence regarding news items regarding Senator Bentsen, campaign material.
F 42: Bergland, Bob (1970-1971, 1973).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding tribute, food policy and conservation bill.
F 43: Bevill, Tom (1966-1967, 1971-1972, 1974-1975).
Clippings, correspondence, biographical sketch regarding conference for Democratic nominees, economic record of Nixon administration, death of Congressman George Andrews, birthday, member of Arrangements Committee for the mid-term conference, illness, Jack Anderson column.
F 44: Biaggi, Mario (1972-1973, 1975).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding advisor to Plenipotentiary Conference of states to negotiate a convention for the conservation of antarctic seals, Advisor to international Maritime Satellite System of the Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Commission, ethnic slur in Time Magazine, energy conservation, committee appointment (Select Committee on Aging).
F 45: Bingham, Jonathon B. (1966-1967, 1971-1972, 1975).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, clippings regarding illness, re-election, appointment to Committee on Banking and Currency, party advisory and patronage posts, Committee of the whole house, recorded teller votes, holiday wishes, list of house members sponsoring Martin Luther King Statute Bill.
F 46: Blanchard, James J. (1974).
F 47: Blanton, Ray (1967).
Biographical sketch, clipping regarding senate race.
F 48: Blatnik, John A. (1967, 1971, 1973-1975).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, remarks regarding illness, photos, speakers passes, tribute, misconduct allegations (William Nolan), Slovenian delegation.
F 49: Blovin, Michael T. (1974).
F 50: Boggs, Hale (1961-1962, 1966, 1968, 1971-1973).
Biographical sketch, remarks, clippings, correspondence regarding tribute, illness, intoxication allegations, Nixon economic policies, FBI wire taps, trip to China, disappearance, memorial, vacant seat, letter from Lindy Boggs.
F 51: Boggs, Lindy (1973-1976).
Clippings, House Bill, correspondence regarding photos, memorial to Hale Boggs, appointment to American Revolution Bicentennial Board, suspension of wire rod import quotas, employee salary, saints and sinners roast.
F 52: Boland, Edward P. (1966-1967, 1972).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding illness, birth of daughter, death of brother.
F 53: Bolling, Richard (1966-1968, 1971, 1973, 1975).
Biographical sketch, clippings, correspondence regarding illness, 1927 oratorical contest, status of Federal judges and postmasters, committee appointments, photos, select committee report, reform plan.
F 54: Bonker, Don (1974-1975).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping, regarding illness, Washington Star article on freshman revolt, gift from Korean.
F 55: Bow, Frank (1972-1973).
Clipping, correspondence regarding death of, list of reps to attend funeral, estate question.
F 56: Boren, David R. (1972-1973).
Clipping, biographical sketch, correspondence regarding tribute, "Bachelor of the Month".
F 57: Brademas, John (1966, 1971-1976).
Campaign material, correspondence, house bill, biographical sketch, remarks, clipping regarding tribute, illness, Saturday Review article, International Education Act of 1966, Advisory Committee of the First Federal Congress, photos, campaign reform bill, memorandum ("The meaning of the election results for the 94th Congress," Nov. 12, 1974), "Meet the Press," Jan. 5, 1975, proposed annual address to the nation by the speaker, error in the congressional record, gift of gravel.
F 58: Brasco, Frank J. (1967, 1974).
Biographical sketch, correspondence clipping regarding speakers past endorsement of Representative Jim Schever, declaration of candidacy, leniency letter to Judge John Cannella.
F 59: Breaux, John (1973, 1976).
Correspondence regarding use of gravel, letter of support.
F 60: Breckinridge, John (1972-1973).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding message of congratulations.
F 61: Breeding, J. Floyd (undated).
Document with list of issues, breeding's record, and committee assignments.
F 62: Brinkley, Jack (1967, 1970, 1974).
Campaign material, biographical sketch, remarks, correspondence regarding change of Labor Day recess date, tribute to Representative Steven Pace, National Cancer Amendments of 1974, tribute to Reps. Phil Landrum, Robert Stephens and Bill Stuckey, Jr.
F 63: Brodhead, William (1974).
F 64: Brooks, Jack (1966-1967, 1969, 1971-1975).
Biographical sketch, clipping, correspondence regarding tributes, summary of economic progress (1967), re-election, photos, appointment to Joint Committee on Congressional Organization, reappointment to the North Atlantic Assembly, issue of Congress and mass communications, import protection.
F 65: Broomfield, William (1976).
Correspondence regarding 35mm slides of the speaker.
F 66: Brown, Clarence J., Jr. (1965, 1972, 1974-1975).
Correspondence regarding condolences, tribute, photos.
F 67: Brown, George E., Jr. (1966-1967, 1970, 1972).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding Book of Tribute, re-election, return to Congress.
F 68: Buchanan, John H., Jr. (1971-1972, 1975).
Correspondence regarding holiday greetings, National Prayer Breakfast.
F 69: Burke, Herbert J. (1975).
Correspondence regarding holiday greetings.
F 70: Burke, James A. (1966-1967, 1973).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding illness, John Quincy Adams commemoration, Economic Opportunity Act, photos.
F 71: Burke, Yvonne (1973).
Clipping, biographical sketch remarks regarding maternity leave, minority status of Representative Burke.
F 72: Burkhalter, Everett (1962).
F 73: Burleson, Omar (1966, 1971, 1977).
Correspondence regarding illness, tribute, wire of congratulations.
F 74: Burlison, Bill D. (1968-1969, 1971, 1973).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding committee appointment to Agriculture and Interior and Insular Affairs, inquiry about convicted felon (Don Hogue), Congressional Campaign Committee vacancy, Environmental Committee appointment, tribute, suggestions for changing Democratic delegate selection.
F 75: Burton, John (1975).
House Resolution, correspondence regarding film on American working women, resolutions regarding evacuation of Americans from Vietnam and Cambodia.
F 76: Burton, Laurence (1970).
Clipping regarding Republican nomination to the senate.
F 77: Burton, Phillip (1966-1967, 1971).
Clippings, remarks, biographical sketch, correspondence regarding illness, war on poverty, appointment to North Atlantic Assembly, support for Wayne Hays, criticism of tactics, hospitalization.
F 78: Bush, George (1970).
Correspondence regarding comments in Congressional record.
F 79: Byrd, Harry F. (1975).
Correspondence regarding Pastor Luther Joe Thompson.
F 80: Byrd, Robert C. (1967).
Biographical sketch, remarks, book excerpt regarding West Virginia recreational development, "West Virginia, A Guide To The Mountain State."
F 81: Byrne, James A. (1966).
F 82: Byrnes, James F. (1972).
Correspondence regarding tributes and memorial addresses.
F 83: Byron, Goodloe (1970-1971, 1974).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, campaign material regarding National Memorial Stadium Commission, magazine "Folks: News and Views".
F 84: Cabell, Earle (1966, 1974).
Correspondence, biographical sketch regarding illness, re-election, birthday.
F 85: Caffery, Patrick T. (1968).
F 86: Callan, Clair (1964).
Correspondence re-election to Congress.
F 87: Callaway, Howard H. (1965, 1967).
Clipping, correspondence regarding Vietnam.
F 88: Calver, Dr. George (1966).
Remarks, biographical sketch regarding death of house physician.
F 89: Cameron, Ronald (1962).
F 90: Camp, John N. Happy (1972, 1975).
Telegram, clipping, correspondence regarding drug stock controversy.
F 91: Carey, Hugh (1966, 1971).
Clipping, biographical sketch, house resolution, correspondence regarding illness, re-election support by Nelson Rockefeller, committee appointment (education and labor), speech on house initiatives (1971), resolution on Northern Ireland.
F 92: Carney, Charles J. (1971, 1973, 1975-1976).
Biographical sketch correspondence regarding appointment to committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, photos, scheduling of bills, reception.
F 93: Carr, M. Robert (1974).
F 94: Carter, Tim Lee (1968, 1975).
Correspondence, remarks regarding tax-exempt status of interest paid on industrial development bonds, tribute, Christmas card.
F 95: Casey, Bob (1966-1967, 1970, 1972, 1974-1976).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, clipping regarding trip to Texas, re-election, tribute to Ollie Crawford, testimonial, CA on Nixon economic policies, use of cash funds, membership at Fort Clark Springs.
F 96: Celler, Emanuel (1966-1967, 1971-1972).
Clipping, remarks, biographical sketch, correspondence regarding tribute, illness committee print (Summary of activities, Committee on the Judiciary), condolences, vacancies on Bankruptcy Commission and Electronic Surveillance Commission, birthday, bound copies of United States Code, re-election campaign (1972), retirement, B'nai B'rith Presidents Medal, "lack of leadership with Celler out."
F 97: Chappell, Bill (1968, 1972).
House resolution, biographical sketch correspondence regarding war power of Congress, birthday message, condolences.
F 98: Chavez, Dennis (1963).
Remarks regarding eulogy.
F 99: Chelf, Frank (1966).
Correspondence regarding retirement.
F 100: Chisholm, Shirley (1968, 1974, 1976).
Biographical sketch, clipping, correspondence regarding Federal investigation, House Reform Bill (Bolling Committee Report), H.R. 9803 (day care centers).
F 101: Church, Frank (1973).
Clipping regarding CA Leadership.
F 102: Clark, Frank M. (1966, 1971-1972, 1974).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, regarding letters of recommendation, illness, tribute, incident in Capitol garage.
F 103: Clausen, Don H. (1967, 1974).
Clipping, remarks, correspondence regarding proposed Redwood National Park and Seashore, complimentary book copy.
F 104: Clawson, Delwin (undated).
F 105: Clay, William L. (1969, 1971, 1974, 1976).
Biographical sketch, clipping, news release, correspondence regarding candidacy to House Committee on Education and Labor, Black caucus fundraising dinner, Cabinet Committee on Oriental-American Affairs, alleged drug involvement, newsletter on Wall Street Journal article, attempt by government to get financial records, letter to Attorney General.
F 106: Cohelan, Jeffery (1966-1967, 1970, 1971).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding letter of thanks, reception, letter regarding Lewis Deschler, Parliamentarian of the House of Representatives.
F 107: Collier, Harold (1973).
F 108: Collins, Cardiss (1973, 1976).
Correspondence regarding photo, birthday.
F 109: Collins, George W. (1970).
F 110: Collins, James M. (1974).
Correspondence regarding spending one week per month in district.
F 111: Colmer, William M. (1966, 1971-1972).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, regarding illness, reappointment to National Forest Reservation Commission, Minimum Wage Act (Colmer's opposition to conducting Rules Committee hearings on), tribute.
F 112: Conable, Barber, Jr. (1976).
Correspondence regarding TV auction.
F 113: Connally, Tom (1963).
Remarks regarding eulogy.
F 114: Conover, William S. III (1972).
Clippings regarding controversy over seating.
F 115: Conte, Silvio (1971-1972).
Correspondence regarding limit on government commodity program payments to farmers, congressional baseball game.
F 116: Conyers, John Jr. (1966-1967, 1972, 1974).
News release, House resolution, biographical sketch, clippings, correspondence regarding "discrimination" in ouster of Adam Powell, congressional reform, illness of CA, re-election, Federal Standards for Congressional Redistricting, conviction on Congressman John Dowdy, "Conyers to run for speaker," conduct of the presidential impeachment inquiry.
F 117: Cook, Robert E. (1962).
Campaign speech; biographical sketch.
F 118 Corbett, Robert J. (1971).
Correspondence, tribute regarding death of.
F 119: Córdova, Jorge L. (1970-1971).
Correspondence regarding mangoes, Proposed Amendment to Rule XII of the House regarding Resident Commissioner to the United States from Puerto Rico.
F 120: Corman, James C. (1964, 1966, 1970-1971).
Correspondence regarding CA illness, wedding, re-election, 1971 Health Security Act bills, possible address to Congress by P.M. Indira Gandi.
F 121: Cornell, Robert J. (1974).
F 122: Cotter, William R. (1970-1971).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding appointment to the Committee on Banking and Currency.
F 123: Cowger, William O. (1967).
Remarks regarding racial strife.
F 124: Crane, Philip M. (1972-1973).
Correspondence, remarks regarding gravel, Bobby Baker "cover-up."
F 125: Culver, John C. (1966, 1971-1972, 1974).
Correspondence, magazine regarding CA illness, re-election, bill regarding construction and rehabilitation of multi-purpose community centers, survey of 1974 contests for Democratic-held United States Senate seats, "alcohol and you," CA speech on Nixon.
F 126: Daddario, Emilio (1966-1967).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, regarding illness.
F 127: D'Amours, Norman E. (1974-1975).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding reception speech by CA.
F 128: Daniel, W.C. (Dan) (1968, 1972, 1975).
Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding birthday, holiday.
F 129: Daniels, Dominick V. (1966-1967, 1969, 1971, 1975).
Remarks, correspondence, biographical sketch, news release, house resolution regarding CA illness, tribute, Older Americans Act, Army-Navy game, increased Social Security payments, Federal Oil & Gas Corporation, trade of agricultural yearbooks.
F 130: Danielson, George (1970-1974).
Biographical sketch, newsletter, correspondence regarding CA appearance on Meet the Press, CA election to speaker post, birthday, disaster relief, reply to Editorial on Vice President Agnew, tribute, impeachment of president.
F 131: Darden, Colgate W., Jr. (1971).
Correspondence regarding reunion.
F 132: Davis, Cliff (1962).
Correspondence regarding CA endorsement used in primary.
F 133: Davis, Glenn R. (1971, 1974).
Correspondence regarding holidays.
F 134: Davis, John W. (1962, 1966-1967, 1971).
Speech, biographical sketch, correspondence regarding CA speech, re-election, Committee on Rules-expiration date for applications for Rules, "Nixon Economic Record".
F 135: Davis, Mendel L. (1971, 1973).
Correspondence regarding photo, general, appointment to Democratic Steering and Policy Committee.
F 136: Dawson, William L. (1969, 1971).
Correspondence regarding pending House measures, legislation on which the Administration has failed to send reports.
F 137: de la Garza, Elisio (1965-1967, 1969, 1971-1973, 1975-1976).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, newsletter regarding letter of appreciation, illness, re-election, tributes, reappointment to the US-Mexico Interparliamentary group, general.
F 138: Delaney, James J. (1966, 1976).
Biographical sketch, correspondence, clippings regarding illness, succession to House Rules Committee Chair.
F 139: Dellenback, John (1973).
Correspondence regarding Oregon Congressional Scholars, photo.
F 140: Dellums, Ronald V. (1970-1971, 1973).
Biographical sketch, clippings, correspondence regarding amendment to Education Appropriation Bill cutting of aid to persons engaged in unlawful conduct, union lettuce, letters criticizing appointment of Dellums to House Armed Services Committee, "War Crimes Hearing".
F 141: deLugo, Ron (1973).
Correspondence regarding Virgin islands.
F 142: Denholm, Frank E. (1970-1971, 1973-1976).
Correspondence, biographical sketch, clipping regarding tribute, oath of office, acting Vice President, CBS News report, letter of gratitude, defeat by Larry Pressler, adjournment.
F 143: Dennis, David W. (1972).
Correspondence regarding legislation creating new United States District Court Judgeships in Missouri, Texas, Florida and Indiana.
F 144: Dent, John H. (1966, 1973-1974, 1976).
Correspondence, clippings regarding illness, minimum wage, staff size, Pension Bill, Humanitarian Award, campaign schedule, tribute.
F 145: Derrick, Butler C. (1974).
Biographical sketch, news clipping.
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