Box and Folder Inventory
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F 1: Dickinson, Bill (1966, 1971, 1976).

Press release, correspondence regarding list of Alabama counties and their representatives, congressional advisor to the World Conference of the Committee on Disarmament, vote against the Bingham amendment to the Nuclear Fuel Assurance Act.

F 2: Diggs Jr., Charles C. (1966, 1971, 1973-1974).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding House property custodian, re-election, review of D.C. Committee Rules and Policies, tribute, portrait.

F 3: Dingell, John D. (1966-1967, 1970-1971, 1973).

Biographical sketch, testimony, speech, correspondence regarding federal role in pollution control, restrictive firearms, legislation, creation of joint committee on the environment, presiding over the House, resignation as conferee on Airport Development and Air Passenger Head Taxes Bill.

F 4: Dodd, Christopher J. (1974-1975).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding radio show, tribute.

F 5: Donohue, Harold D. (1966, 1975).

Correspondence regarding CA illness, retirement of.

F 6: Dorn, Wm., Jennings Bryan (1964, 1966, 1971-1973, 1974).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, speeches, newsletter regarding "Citizens look at Congress," "The Future of the Democratic Party," re-election illness," "Democrats Elect Southern Leaders," general, tribute.

F 7: Dow, John G. (1966-1968, 1970-1971).

Remarks, correspondence, biographical sketch regarding re-election, forum on Southeast Asia, illness, Select Committee on Energy Resources appointment, proposed joint committee on environment.

F 8: Dowdy, John (1966-1967, 1971-1972, 1974).

Correspondence, clippings, remarks, newsletter regarding tribute, voting record, mental and physical incapacity, re-election, conviction of bribery, "framing" of Dowdy, refraining from committee participation and voting on questions at meetings of the House, resolution regarding criminal convictions by members of Congress, parole application.

F 9: Downey, Thomas J. (1974).

Biographical sketch.

F 10: Downings, Thomas N. (1966-1967, 1972, 1976).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, regarding re-election, Langley commemoration, birthday, retirement.

F 11: Doyle, Clyde (1963).

Remarks regarding eulogy.

F 12: Drinan, Robert F. (1970, 1972-1973).

Biographical sketch, clipping, correspondence, statement regarding date for withdrawal from Vietnam, letter of gratitude, resolution of impeachment of President Nixon.

F 13: Drouin, Mark (1963).

Remarks regarding eulogy.

F 14: Dugan, Robert P. Jr. (1976).

Correspondence regarding Congress on "perpetual vacation."

F 15: Dulski, Thaddeus (1965-1967, 1969, 1972).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding tribute, re-election, House Resolution to study United States postal operations overseas, federal retirement legislation, general.

F 16: Duncan, Robert B. (1974-1976).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding breech of rules, Civilian Conservation Corps Act of 1975.

F 17: DuPont, Pierre S. (1975).

Correspondence regarding Delaware Press Day.

F 18: Dyal, Ken (1964, 1966).

Correspondence regarding election, CA illness.

F 19: Early, Joseph D. (1974).

Biographical sketch.

F 20: Eckhardt, Bob (1969, 1972, 1975-1976).

Remarks, correspondence regarding lowering bumper safety standards, letter of gratitude, motor vehicle information and Cost Savings Act.

F 21: Edgar, Robert W. (1974).

Biographical sketch.

F 22: Edmondson, Ed (1962, 1966, 1969-1972, 1974-1975).

Correspondence, remarks, speech, clipping, regarding tribute, book, photo, Senate campaign, retirement credit of Dale Sadler, greetings, hiring of media and campaign consultant, loss of Senate race, election irregularities, death of son, oil import tariffs, response to recent events at Wounded Knee.

F 23: Edwards, Don (1966, 1974-1975).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding tribute, illness, general.

F 24: Edwards, Edwin W. (1966, 1971-1972).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding re-election, collection of francs, inauguration as governor.

F 25: Eilberg, Joshua (1967).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding caucus.

F 26: Ellender, Allen J. (1972).

Regarding Memorial services.

F 27: Elliot, Carl (1963).

Remarks regarding tribute.

F 28: English, Glenn L. (1974-1975).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding photo.

F 29: Erlenborn, John N. (1973, 1976).

House Resolution, correspondence regarding jointly administered trust funds established to defray costs of legal services (H.R. 77), booklet on the American flag.

F 30: Esch, Marvin (1972).

House Resolution regarding public service employment and manpower revenue sharing (H.R. 3613).

F 31: Evans, David W. (1974).

Biographical sketch.

F 32: Evans, Frank E. (1966-1967, 1972).

Statement, biographical sketch, correspondence regarding National Jewish Hospital, re-election, questionnaire, deferment of college students from draft.

F 33: Everett, Robert A. (1966-1967).

Correspondence regarding cartoon, re-election, death of.

F 34: Evins, Joe L. (1966-1968, 1971-1972, 1974-1976).

Biographical sketch, print, clippings, remarks, correspondence regarding re-election, general, unveiling of portrait, "A 'keynesian' Budget," remarks on Members of 80th Congress, column on 92nd Congress, appointment as chairman of Select Committee on Small Business, press conference concerning the impoundment of funds appropriated by Congress, tax legislation, special session, tribute, "GOP Control Might Come From the South," repeal of depletion allowance, resignation as Chairman of the House Small Business Committee.

F 35: Fallon, George H. (1966-1967).

House Resolution, correspondence regarding re-election, River Basin Monetary Act of 1967 (H.R. 8363).

F 36: Farbstein, Leonard (1966-1967, 1970).

Correspondence, biographical sketch regarding re-election, retirement.

F 37: Farnum, Billie S. (1964).

Correspondence regarding luncheon, election.

F 38: Fascell, Dante B. (1963, 1966).

Remarks, correspondence regarding Cuban refugees, re-election.

F 39: Fauntroy, Walter E. (1971-1975).

Clipping, correspondence, newsletter, memorandum regarding Rules Committee vote, service on the District of Columbia Committee, Housing & Youth Affairs Subcommittee, District of Columbia Public School personnel matter, birthday, Folger Shakespeare Library, newsletter, District of Columbia's Self Government Effort, margin of victory given Democratic incumbents in the South by Blacks, Campaign Finance Bill for District of Columbia elections, album in tribute of Martin Luther King, full voting representation in District of Columbia, "Operation Big Vote," general.

F 40: Feighan, Michael A. (1966-1967).

Remarks, correspondence, biographical sketch regarding re-election, Legislative Accomplishments of 89th Congress.

F 41: Fenwick, Millicent [1976].

Note regarding tribute.

F 42: Findley, Paul (1967, 1973-1974).

Remarks, correspondence regarding former campaign manager (George Boyet), proposed Select Committee on the Energy Crisis.

F 43: Fino, Paul (1968).

Note regarding retirement.

F 44: Fish Jr., Hamilton (1971, 1976).

Correspondence regarding meeting with constituents

F 45: Fisher, Joseph L. (1974).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding proposed economic measures by Democratic leadership.

F 46: Fisher, O.C. (1966, 1967, 1970, 1974).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding re-election, check contribution, performance by New Folk Music Makers, tribute, "San Angelo's O. Clark Fisher Day."

F 47: Fithian, Floyd J. (1975).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding Washington Star account of a freshman revolt against the leadership.

F 48: Flood, Daniel (1963, 1965-1967, 1970, 1972-1976).

Remarks, biographical sketch, correspondence, House Resolution, clipping regarding Lithuanian people, re-election, closing of Veteran's Administration Regional Office, 100th Anniversary of Scranton Times, illness of, documentary, tornadoes, disaster relief material, general.

F 49: Florio, James J. (1974-1975).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding services of Pair clerk.

F 50: Flowers, Walter (1972, 1976).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping, regarding position on the Committee on Appropriations, appointment as Chairman of the Committee of the Whole House, travel charge controversy.

F 51: Flynt, John J. (1966-1967, 1971).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding election, illness, "What's Right with America" commentary.

F 52: Fogarty, John E. (1962, 1966).

Remarks, correspondence regarding tribute, re-election.

F 53: Foley, Thomas S. (1966-1967).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding re-election, President's veto of H.R. 4296, the Emergency Agricultural Act of 1975.

F 54: Folger, John H. (1963).

Remarks regarding tribute.

F 55: Ford, Harold E. (1974).

Biographical sketch.

F 56: Ford, William O. (1966-1967, 1970-1971).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping, remarks regarding re-election, extension of certain education acts (impacted areas programs), Community Action Programs, reception, election as speaker.

F 57: Forsythe, Edwin B. (1972).

House Resolution re H.R. 12050, National Flood Insurance Act of 1968.

F 58: Fountain, L. H. (1966-1967, 1970-1971, 1973).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, remarks regarding re-election, amendment to education bill to prohibit "deferral" action without opportunity for a hearing, application of Nancy Fountain to National Cathedral School for Girls, reappointment to Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, holiday greetings.

F 59: Fraser, Donald M. (1966-1967, 1971-1972, 1975-1976).

Remarks, biographical sketch, speech, correspondence regarding re-election, political development, foreign aid, resignation from the United States Mexican Inter-Parliamentary Group, birthday, Refugee Aid for Vietnam, health insurance benefits for the unemployed, qualifications of Representative Fraser as Secretary of State.

F 60: Frelinghuysen, Peter H. B. (1973).

Correspondence regarding photos.

F 61: Friedel, Samuel N. (1966-1967).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding Army-Navy football tickets, support for President's program, letter on service in the House of Representatives, re-election.

F 62: Fullbright, J.W. (1973).

Speech re "Clear & Present Danger" (Middle East).

F 63: Fulton, James (1960, 1965-1967, 1971).

Article, clipping, correspondence regarding book on question of Congressional conflicts of interest, tribute, global warming, computerized transit cars, re-election, death of.

F 64: Fulton, Richard (1966, 1971, 1974-1975).

Biographical sketch, cartoon, correspondence regarding illness, investigation of Nation's Energy Resources, S Res 45, authorizing a comprehensive study of national fuels and energy policy, holidays, photo.

F 65: Fuqua, Don (1966, 1971).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, newsletter regarding re-election, state of economy, tax relief.

F 66: Galifianakis, Nick (1966, 1972).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding election, letter of thanks.

F 67: Gallagher, Cornelius E. (1966-1967, 1971-1972).

Remarks, biographical sketch, clipping, correspondence regarding re-election, United States aid for Israel, federal lie detectors, Peace Corps, invasion of privacy, the restive student, youth protests, mission to Israel, Korean visitors, interruption of trial proceedings, Nixon's economic record, computers.

F 68: Garmatz, Edward A. (1966-1968, 1971).

News release, report, biographical sketch, House resolution, clipping, correspondence regarding illness, re-election, deterioration of Merchant Marine, dwindling estuarine areas, preserve and make accessible estuarine areas, exemption from limitations on employment of certain retired military personnel, Bella Abzug campaign to force anti-war members to attend House Caucus meetings, birthday.

F 69: Garner, John Nance (1963).

Remarks regarding birthday of.

F 70: Gathings, E.C. (1966-1967).

Correspondence, biographical sketch.

F 71: Gavin, Leon (1963).

Remarks regarding eulogy.

F 72: Gaydos, Joseph M. (1968).

Biographical sketch.

F 73: Gettys, Tom S. (1966, 1974).

Correspondence regarding re-election, tribute.

F 74: Giaimo, Robert N. (1966).

Correspondence regarding re-election.

F 75: Gibbons, Sam M. (1966, 1971-1974).

Biographical sketch, questionnaire, letter to colleagues, correspondence regarding re-election, major legislation, improvement of House operations, desire to become Majority Leader, July 1 deadline for bills, secret ballot for Majority Leader, poll of constituents.

F 76: Gilbert, Jacob H. (1966-1967, 1970).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping, regarding illness, re-election, election challenge from Representative Schever.

F 77: Gill, Thomas P. (1962).

Biographical sketch.

F 78: Gilman, Benjamin A. (1975).

Correspondence, House Resolution, remarks regarding anniversary of Liberation of Holocaust Survivors, holidays.

F 78b: Gilmer, Dixie (1954).


F 79: Ginn, Bo (1972-1973).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding oath of office, letter of appreciation.

F 80: Goldberg, Arthur J. (1966).

Remarks, correspondence regarding appointment to Supreme Court, Passover Liberty Award.

F 81: Goldwater, Barry (1950s and 1960s).

General foreign policy statements; probably done at the time Goldwater ran for President in 1964.

F 82: Goldwater, Barry (1953-1961).

Complete voting record by subject, 1958-1961 (2 volumes), 1953-1957 (1 volume).

F 83: Goldwater, Barry (1961-1964).

Clippings, campaign material, speeches regarding health care, voting record, integration, education, GOP platform, Arkansas River Navigation Project, economy

F 84: Goldwater, Barry (1964).

Clippings, correspondence, remarks, speeches regarding Goldwater statements on nuclear weapons, "Der Spiegel" interview, remarks by Republican Vice Presidential candidate William Miller, 1962-1963 Senate voting record, "Goldwater Contradictions and Shifts," "Glossary of Goldwater Opinionata," "Barry Goldwater on the Issues."

F 85: Goldwater, Barry (1964).

Clippings, campaign material, speeches, regarding "A Goldwater Primer," farm supports, GOP economic strategy, voting record, unconditional federal grant program, quotes from "The Conscience of a Conservative."

F 86: Goldwater, Barry M. Jr. (1972).

Correspondence regarding autographed photo.

F 87: Gonzalez, Henry B. (1961, 1966, 1971-1972, 1974).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, speech regarding tribute, illness, re-election, Black Caucus Fund Raising dinner, Cabinet Committee on Oriental-American Affairs, Nixon economic record, re-appointment to the Mexico-United States Interparliamentary Group, greetings.

F 88: Goodling, George A. (1974-1975).

Remarks, correspondence regarding Civil Defense Agency.

F 89: Gore, Albert (1951).

Speech regarding foreign relations.

F 90: Gore, Thomas P. II (1962-1963).

Correspondence, remarks regarding grandson's request for biographical material, eulogy for widow.

F 91: Grabowski, Bernard F. (1962).

Biographical sketch.

F 92: Graham, Philip L. (1963).

Remarks regarding eulogy.

F 93: Grassley, Charles E. (1976).

Correspondence, clipping regarding short work weeks, pay raise.

F 94: Grasso, Ella T. (1970-1975).

Clipping, biographical sketch, newsletter, correspondence, regarding committee assignments, photos, Executive Session of Defense Subcommittee, remarks of Bella Abzug, letter of endorsement, "Carlo Alberto," letter of reference, campaign for governor, "Meet The Press."

F 95: Gravel, Mike (1973).

Correspondence, clipping regarding impeachment issue.

F 96: Gray, Kenneth J. (1966-1967, 1970, 1972, 1974, 1976).

Biographical sketch, correspondence, clipping, regarding illness, death of Mrs. Gray, Commissioner for the District of Columbia, letter to constituents, vacancy for position of House Majority Whip, letter of appreciation, retirement, special boat slip.

F 97: Green, Edith (1966-1967, 1970-1971, 1973-1975).

Correspondence, clipping, biographical sketch, speech regarding re-election, illness, Education Bill, visit to Portland, letter from CA constituent, oath of office, retirement letter, health records, "What's Right With Congress," honorary doctoral degree, commencement.

F 98: Green, William J. (1966, 1976).

Correspondence, clipping regarding re-election, Senate campaign.

F 99: Griffin, Charles H. (1972).

Correspondence regarding retirement.

F 100: Griffiths, Martha W. (1966-1967, 1971, 1972, 1974).

Remarks, House Resolutions, biographical sketch, clipping, correspondence regarding illness, re-election, Civil Rights Bill, regulations on sex discrimination, resignation from Crime Committee, birthday "chairwoman," tribute, letter of appreciation.

F 101: Gross, H.R. (1962, 1969, 1971-1972, 1974).

Remarks, biographical sketch, clipping, correspondence regarding Watchdogging the Treasury, "Conscience in the House," tribute, wedding gifts, birthday.

F 102: Gubser, Charles S. (1966).

Correspondence regarding Stanford-Sloan Fellows.

F 103: Gude, Gilbert (1972).

Correspondence, report regarding international environmental concerns.

F 104: Gunter, Bill (1972-1974).

Biographical sketch, clipping, correspondence regarding "revolt against leaders," Freshman House Democrats.

F 105: Guyer, Tennyson (1976).

Correspondence regarding visit of King Juan Carlos of Spain.

F 106: Gwynne, John W. (1972-1973).

Musical, correspondence, clipping, regarding "You Can't Have Everything" (musical), death of.

F 107: Hagan, G. Elliott (1966-1967, 1971).

Correspondence, biographical sketch, regarding re-election, Nixon economic record.

F 108: Hagen, Harlen. (1966, 1967).

Correspondence regarding election defeat.

F 109: Haley, James A. (1966, 1974, 1976).

Correspondence, copy of Albert remarks at portrait unveiling, retirement.

F 110: Hall, Sam. (1976).

Correspondence regarding appointment of Hall to complete the term of Wright Patman.

F 111: Hall, Tim (1974, 1975).

Biographical sketch, correspondence at election.

F 112: Halleck, Charles (1963).

Congressional record remarks by Albert on Halleck birthday.

F 113: Halpern, Seymour (1971, 1972, 1973).

Correspondence regarding Halpern's decision not to seek re-election, no-fault insurance, Odessey House: "We

Mainline Dreams."

F 114: Hamilton, Lee (1964, 1967, 1972, 1974-1976).

Correspondence, congressman's report, foreign policy statement, biographical sketch, Democratic National Committee correspondence, Charles T. Bigg's letter, press release.

F 115: Hanley, Jim (1966, 1970-1976).

Testimonial, correspondence regarding Albert illness, re-election, invasion of privacy (H. R. 7199), postal service.

F 116: Hanna, Richard L. (1966, 1974).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding re-election, tribute.

F 117: Hannaford, Mark W. (1974-1975).

Biographical sketch, correspondence regarding fund raiser.

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