CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
LEGISLATIVE SERIES
Box and Folder Inventory

Box 64

Box 65: Eighty-eighth Congress: Education & Labor - Foreign Affairs

F 1: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Education: Library Act.

A. Correspondence: re: Library Services Bill; Public Law 597; Public Law 88-269.

B. Publication (Wilson Library Bulletin) Volume 37, Number 7 March, 1963).

C. Committee Print: re: "Government Depository Libraries."

F 2: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Education: Library Act (H. R. 4879). Also includes mention of one of titles of S. 580.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4879; Library services program in Oklahoma; Leaflets.

B. H. R. 4879: "To amend the Library Services Act to increase the Federal assistance for the improvement of public libraries." (John Dent - Pennsylvania).

C. Leaflet: "The big picture."

D. Leaflet: "Oklahoma's Plan For Further Extension of Public Library Services to Rural Areas."

E. Map: re: Public Libraries in Oklahoma.

F 3: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Education: National Defense Education Act.

A. Correspondence: re: Language Development Sections of the National Defense Education Act and of Project English in the United States Office of Education; Articles; Booklet.

B. Article: "Tax Decision."

C. Article: "Cross Income."

D. Article: "Cross case adopts very broad view of education expense, offers new opportunities" (in The Journal of Taxation) January, 1964.

E. Booklet: 'The Situation of English, 1963."

F 4: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Education: National Defense Education Act (H. R. 9846). Correspondence: re: H. R. 9846: "To amend and extend the National Defense Education Act of 1958." (Edith Green - Oregon).

F 5: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Education: National Defense Education Act (S. 569). Correspondence: re: S. 569: "To amend the National Defense Education Act of 1958 in order to extend the provisions of title II relating to cancellation of loans under such title to teachers in private non-profit elementary and secondary schools and in institutions of higher education, and to authorize for teachers in private non-profit schools certain benefits under the provisions of titles V and VI of such act provided for teachers in public schools." (Winston L. Prouty - Vermont; Kenneth B. Keating - New York).

F 6: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Education: Student Loans. Correspondence: re: The National Defense Education Act; Federal aid to college students.

F 7: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Education: Vocational Education. Correspondence: re: Vocational education programs.

F 8: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Education: Vocational Education (H. R. 4955): CA/Colleagues.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4955; Conference Report on Vocational Education Bill.

B. H. R. 4955: "To strengthen and improve the quality of vocational education and to expand the vocational education opportunities in the Nation." (Carl D. Perkins - Kentucky).

C. Memorandum: re: H. R. 4955.

D. Summary: re: Major Provisions of the Vocational Education Act of 1963 (H. R. 4955).

E. Supplement: re: Kennedy Administration Modernizes Vocational Education Act.

F 9: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Education: Vocational Education (H. R. 4955): Correspondence.

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4955.

B. Tables: re: 1962 applicants under P. L. 874.

F 10: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Education: Vocational Education (H. R. 4955): Data.

A. H. R. 4955.

B. Report No. 553 (To accompany H. R. 4955): re: "Strengthen and improve the quality of vocational education and to expand the vocational education opportunities in the nation" (Wayne Morse - Oregon).

C. Table: re: "Estimated Distribution of Funds for Vocational Education Conference Report, H. R. 4955, F Y 1964-1967."

F 11: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Education: Vocational Education (H. R. 10258). Correspondence: re: H. R. 10258: "To amend the Vocational Education Act of 1963." (Phil M. Landrum - Georgia).

F 12: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Handicapped.

A. Correspondence: re: Resolution.

B. Resolution: re: Employment for the handicapped.

C. Membership roster: re: "The Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped.

F 13: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Handicapped (H. R. 1977/S. 12).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 1977; S. 12.

B. H. R. 1977: "To amend the Randolph-Sheppard Vending Stand Act." (John M. Slack, Jr. - West Virginia).

C. S. 12: Same title as H. R. 1977 (Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Robert C. Byrd - West Virginia; J. Caleb Boggs - Delaware).

F 14: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Davis-Bacon Act.

A. Correspondence: re: Resolution.

B. Resolution: re: Provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act.

F 15: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Labor: Davis-Bacon Act (H. R. 6041).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6041.

B. H. R. 6041: "To amend the prevailing wage section of the Davis-Bacon Act, as amended; and related sections of the Federal Airport Act, as amended; and the National Housing Act, as amended." (James Roosevelt - California).

C. Report No. 308 (To accompany H. R. 6041): re: "Amendments to the Davis-Bacon Act" (Adam C. Powell - New York).

D. Clipping: "LBJ May Speed Action of Davis-Bacon."

F 16: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Davis-Bacon Act (H. R. 7075). Correspondence: re: H. R. 7075: "To amend the Davis-Bacon Act." (James Roosevelt - California).

F 17: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Davis-Bacon Act (H. R. 9590).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 9590; Summary; Analysis.

B. H. R. 9590: "To amend the prevailing wage section of the Davis-Bacon Act to provide judicial review of wage determinations issued by the Secretary of Labor, to provide judicial review of enforcement proceedings instituted by the Secretary of Labor, and for other purposes." (Charles E. Goodell - New York).

C. Summary: re: Analysis of Congressman Goodell's Amendment to provide Judicial Review in the Davis-Bacon Act.

D. Analysis: re: The Judicial Review Proposal contained in H. R. 9590.

F 18: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Davis-Bacon Act (H. R. 9850). Correspondence: re: H. R. 9850: "To amend the Davis-Bacon Act to provide for establishment of prevailing wages on the basis of wage rates arrived at through collective bargaining."" (John H. Dent - Pennsylvania).

F 19: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Employment Service, U. S.

A. Correspondence: re: College placement bureaus; Statement; Resolutions; HEW Labor Appropriation Act.

B. Statement: re: Position on College Placement Activities.

C. Resolutions: re: Actions of the United States Employment Service pertaining to college placement officers and facilities.

D. Clipping: "Job Agency's Role Termed Too Weak."

E. Clipping: "OSES Denies Any Invasion of Colleges."

F. Remarks: re: U. S. Employment Service and State employment agencies (Frank T. Bow - Ohio).

F 20: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Labor: Equal Pay. Correspondence: re: Equal Pay for equal work legislation; Equal Pay Act of 1963; H. R. 3861.

F 21: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Equal Pay (H. R. 3861/H. R. 4269/S. 910).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 3861; H. R. 4269; S. 910.

B. H. R. 3861: "To prohibit discrimination on account of sex in the payment of wages by employers engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce and to provide for the restitution of wages lost by employees by reason of any such discrimination." (Mrs. Edith Green - Oregon).

C. H. R. 4269: Same title as H. R. 3861 (Frank Thompson, Jr. - New Jersey).

D. S. 910: Same title as H. R. 3861 (Pat McNamara - Michigan).

F 22: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Equal Pay (H. R. 6060).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6060; List.

B. H. R. 6060: "To prohibit discrimination on account of sex in the payment of wages by employers engaged in commerce or in the production of goods for commerce." (Edith Green - Oregon).

C. List: re: Member Organizations of the National Committee for Equal Pay.

D. Report No. 309 (To accompany H. R. 6060): re: "Equal Pay Act of 1963" (Adam C. Powell - New York).

F 23: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Fair Labor Standards Act amendments (H. R. 9824).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 9824; Analysis; Article; Fair Labor Standards Amendments legislation; Extension of the Minimum Wage Bill.

B. H. R. 9824: "To amend the Fair Standards Act of extend its protection to additional employees, and for other purposes." (James Roosevelt - California).

C. Analysis: "The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act and the Restaurant, Motel, and Hotel Industries."

D. Article: "Minimum Wage Extension."

F 24: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Fair Labor Standards Act: Overtime. Correspondence: re: Legislation on double time pay for overtime; Unemployment; Exemption of real estate salesmen from wage and hour laws requiring the payment of overtime; Fair Labor Standards Act of 1958; Labor Unions; Apprentice Training Program.

F 25: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Fair Labor Standards Act: Overtime (H. R. 1680).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 1680; Statement

B. H. R. 1680: "To amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, to improve the act's overtime standards" (James G. O'Hara - Michigan).

C. Statement: re: H. R. 9802; H. R. 1680 (By: Carl Polk, Director of Petroleum Equipment Suppliers Association).

F 26: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Fair Labor Standards Act: Overtime (H. R. 9802/S. 2486).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 9802; S. 2486; Statement

B. H. R. 9802: "To increase employment by providing a higher penalty rate for overtime work." (James G. O'Hara - Michigan).

C. S. 2486: Same title as H. R. 9802 (Pat McNamara - Michigan).

D. Statement: re: The Overtime Penalty Act of 1964" (H. R. 9802).

F 27: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Labor: Fair Labor Standards Act: Wage and Hour.

A. Correspondence: re: Clippings; Extension of the wage and hour laws to include restaurant and hotel employees; Table.

B. Clipping: "Hearings Tuesday On Working Hours."

C. Clipping: re: Proposal to establish a 35-hour work week.

D. Table: re: Extension of the wage and hour laws to include restaurant and hotel employees.

F 28: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Fair Labor Standards Act: Work Week (H. R. 355/H. R. 3102/H. R. 3320/H. R. 9075).

A. Correspondence: re: Statement.

B. Statement: re: The 35-hour work week (H. R. 355; H. R. 3102; H. R. 3320; H. R. 9075).

C. H. R. 355: "To reduce the maximum workweek under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, to thirty-two hours, and for other purposes." (Elmer J. Holland - Pennsylvania).

D. H. R. 3102: "To reduce the maximum workweek under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, to thirty-five hours, and for other purposes." (Adam C. Powell - New York).

E. H. R. 3320: Same title as H. R. 3102 (Roland V. Libonti - Illinois).

F. H. R. 9075: Same title as H. R. 3102 (James Roosevelt - California).

G. Resolution: re: "Reduction of Working Hours."

F 29: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Labor: General.

A. Correspondence: re: Statement; Clipping; Landrum-Griffin Act; Accelerated Public Works program; Legislation to establish tripartite committees recommending payment of premium rates; Labor unions; Renegotiation of Government Contracts; Unemployment; Social welfare problem; Retraining program for unemployed project 364.

B. Statement: re: "The National Economy."

C. Clipping: "Labor Accord Called Vital."

D. Clipping: "Oil Dumping Harms U. S. Economy."

F 30: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: General: Data.

A. Correspondence: re: Statement.

B. Statement: re: H. R. 355; H. R. 3102; H. R. 3320.

C. Booklet: "Automation/The Impact of Technological Change."

F 31: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Labor-Management Reform Act (S. 87). Correspondence: re: S. 87: "To eliminate certain abuses in labor-management relations, to protect the rights of employees, and for other purposes." (Barry Goldwater - Arizona; Carl T. Curtis - Nebraska; John G. Tower - Texas).

F 32: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Manpower Development/Training Act (H. R. 6991). Correspondence: re: H. R. 6991: "To amend the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962." (Elmer J. Holland - Pennsylvania).

F 33: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Labor: Manpower Development/Training Act (H. R. 8720).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8720.

B. H. R. 8720: "To amend the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962." (Elmer J. Holland - Pennsylvania).

C. Report No. 861 (To accompany H. R. 8720): re: "Amendments of Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962" (Adam C. Powell - New York).

D. Report No. 480 (To accompany S. 1831): re: "Amending the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962."

F 34: Education and Labor, Committee on ( - ). Labor: Manpower Development/Training Act (S. 1831).

A. S. 1831: "To amend the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962." (Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Kenneth B. Keating - New York; Edward M. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; Winston L. Prouty - Vermont; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Birch Bayh - Indiana).

B. List: re: Comments on Substitute Amendments Proposed by Clarke (S. 1831).

F 35: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Medical Benefits; Chiropractors (H. R. 2346). Correspondence: re: H. R. 2346: "To amend the Federal Employees' Compensation Act so as to permit injured employees entitled to receive medical services under such act to utilize the services of chiropractors." (Joseph M. Montoya - New Mexico).

F 36: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Medical Benefits: Podiatrists (H. R. 8944).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 8944.

B. H. R. 8944: "To amend the Federal Employees' Compensation Act so as to permit injured employees entitled to receive medical services under such act to utilize the services of podiatrists." (Carlton R. Sickles - Maryland).

F 37: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor Migrant Agricultural Labor. Correspondence: re: H. R. 6242: "To provide for the registration of contractors of migrant agricultural workers, and for other purposes." (Thomas P. Gill - Hawaii).

F 38: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Occupational Safety and Health.

A. Correspondence: re: Environmental Hazards; Statement.

B. Statement: re: The effect of pesticides on bees (Abraham Ribicoff - Connecticut).

F. 39: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Occupational Safety and Health: Coal (H. R. 23). Correspondence: re: H. R. 23: "To amend the Federal Coal Mine Safety Act so as to provide further for the prevention of accidents in coal mines." (John H. Dent - Pennsylvania).

F 40: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Occupational Safety and Health (H. R. 1926). Correspondence: re: H. R. 1926: "To encourage the development, initiation, and expansion of occupational safety programs in the States through grants to States for demonstration and experimental occupational safety projects, and for other purposes." (Charles S. Joelson - New Jersey).

F 41: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Occupational Safety and Health (H. R. 9000). Telegram: re: H. R. 9000: "To amend the Federal Coal Mine Safety Act so as to provide further for the prevention of accidents in coal mines." (John H. Dent - Pennsylvania).

F 42: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Labor: Right-to-Work.

A. Correspondence: re: National issue of Voluntarism vs. Compulsion in union membership; Clippings; Amendment; Proposal for an investigation of Unions.

B. Clipping: "Whose Side Are Unions On, Anyhow?"

C. Clipping: "Rocky Backs Right-to-Work."

D. Amendment: "Right to Work Amendment-State Question 409."

E. Newsletter (The Right To Work National Newsletter) Vol. IX, No. 6 (December 10, 1963).

F. Leaflet: "Right To Work."

F 43: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Taft-Hartley 14b.

A. Correspondence: re: Repeal of Section 14 (b) of the Taft-Hartley Act; Clipping.

B. Clipping: "Labor Prepares To Strike."

F 44: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Taft-Hartley 14b (H. R. 408). Correspondence: re: H. R. 408: "To repeal section 14 (b) of the National Labor Relations Act" (James Roosevelt - California).

F 45: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Labor: Taft-Hartley (H. R. 8246). Correspondence: re: H. R. 8246: "To amend the National Labor Relations Act to provide for trial of unfair labor practice cases in the U. S. district court, and for other purposes." (Phil M. Landrum - Georgia).

F 46: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Technology, Automation, & Economic Progress, Commission on (H. R. 11611). Correspondence: re: H. R. 11611: "To establish a National Commission on Technology, Automation, and Economic Progress." (Elmer J. Holland - Pennsylvania).

F 47: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Labor: Vocational Rehabilitation (H. R. 4027). Correspondence: re: H. R. 4027: "To amend the Vocational Rehabilitation Act to provide services to determine rehabilitation potential, to expand vocational rehabilitation services, to make grants for construction of rehabilitation facilities and workshops, and for other purposes." (John E. Fogarty - Rhode Island).

F 48: Education and Labor, Committee on ( - ). Labor: Vocational Rehabilitation (H. R. 5194). Correspondence: re: H. R. 5194: "To amend the Vocational Rehabilitation Act to assist in providing more flexibility in the financing and administration of State rehabilitation programs, and to assist in expansion of services and facilities provided under such programs, particularly for the mentally retarded and other groups presenting special vocational rehabilitation problems, and for other purposes." (Edith Green - Oregon).

F 49 Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Labor: Wage and Price Controls.

A. Correspondence: re: Opinion Ballot; Price and wage controls.

B. Opinion Ballot: re: "Should the Federal Government attempt to control either price increases or wage increases?"

F 50: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). National Service.

A. Correspondence: re: Economic Opportunity program; A proposed Service Program; Press Release; Clipping; Memorandum.

B. Press Release: re: Legislation to enact a national service program.

C. Clipping: "U. S. Indians Back Local Peace Corps."

D. Memorandum: re: Proposed National Service Corps.

F 51: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). National Service (H. R. 5625).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 5625; Domestic Peace Corps; Clipping; Resolution.

B. H. R. 5625: "To provide for a National Service Corps to strengthen community service programs in the United States." (Frank Thompson, Jr.-New Jersey).

C. Clipping: re: A Domestic Peace Corps.

D. Resolution: re: National Service Corps.

E. Speech: re: Proposal for Domestic Peace Corps.

F 52: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). National Service (S. 1321). Correspondence: re: S. 1321: "To provide for a National Service Corps to strengthen community service programs in the United States." (Harrison A. Williams, Jr.-New Jersey; John Sherman Cooper-Kentucky; E. L. Bartlett-Alaska; Birch Bayh-Indiana; Joseph S. Clark-Pennsylvania; Paul H. Douglas-Illinois; Ernest Gruening- Alaska; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Vance Hartke - Indiana; Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Jacob K. Javits - New York; Edward M. Kennedy - Massachusetts; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming; George McGovern - South Dakota; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas).

F 53: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Population (S. Con. Res. 56). Correspondence: re: S. Con. Res. 56: "Relative to population growth and requesting the creation of a Presidential Commission on Population." (Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Ernest Gruening - Alaska).

F 54: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Powell, Adam Clayton. Correspondence: re: H. R. 208; Appropriations for the Committee on Education; Adam C. Powell.

F 55: Education and Labor, Committee on (1964). Unemployment.

A. Correspondence: re: Clipping; Government programs to aid the unemployed.

B. Clipping: "Why Work?"

F 56: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963-1964). Youth Conservation Corps.

A. Correspondence: re: Proposed Youth Conservation Corps; Leaflets; S. 1; H. R. 5131.

B. Leaflet: "Back To God And Americanism Program" (The American Legion).

C. Leaflet: "The 'Back To God' Movement/What It Is…Why It Is/How To Implement It."

F 57: Education and Labor, Committee on (1963). Youth Conservation Corps. (H. R. 5131/S. 1).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 5131; S. 1.

B. H. R. 5131: "To authorize the establishment of a Youth Conservation Corps to provide healthful outdoor training and employment for young men and to advance the conservation, development, and management of natural resources and recreational areas; and to authorize State and community youth employment programs." (Carl D. Perkins - Kentucky).

C. S. 1: "To authorize the establishment of a Youth Conservation Corps to provide healthful outdoor training and employment for young men and to advance the conservation, development, and management of natural resources and recreational areas; and to authorize local area youth employment programs." (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia; Paul H. Douglas - Illinois; Robert C. Byrd - West Virginia; Lee Metcalf - Montana; Harrison A. Williams, Jr. - New Jersey; Philip A. Hart - Michigan; Frank E. Moss - Utah; Mrs. Maurine B. Neuberger - Oregon; Edward V. Long - Missouri; Stephen M. Young - Ohio; Wayne Morse - Oregon; Abraham A. Ribicoff - Connecticut; Quentin N. Burdick - North Dakota; George McGovern - South Dakota; Claiborne Pell - Rhode Island; Eugene J. McCarthy - Minnesota; Mike Mansfield - Montana; Olin D. Johnston - South Carolina; Gaylord Nelson - Wisconsin; Howard W. Cannon - Nevada; Thomas J. Dodd - Connecticut; Gale W. McGee - Wyoming; John O. Pastore - Rhode Island; Warren G. Magnuson - Washington; Frank Church - Idaho; Ernest Gruening - Alaska; Ralph W. Yarborough - Texas; Daniel K. Inouye - Hawaii; E. L. Bartlett - Alaska; Estes Kefauver - Tennessee; Henry M. Jackson - Washington; Clinton P. Anderson - New Mexico; Vance Hartke - Indiana).

D. Bulletin (Federal Spending Facts) Bulletin No. 202 (April 22, 1963): re: "The Youth Employment Act."

F 58: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Academy of Foreign Affairs (H. R. 4).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 4.

B. H. R. 4: "To establish the U. S. Academy of Foreign Affairs." (Clement J. Zablocki - Wisconsin).

F 59: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Africa.

A. Correspondence: re: Report on U. S. Foreign Operations in Africa.

B. Booklet: "Africa's Unfinished Struggle for Freedom: The Real Issues" (By Robert C. Good).

C. Article: "Myths About Africa - and the Reality."

F 60: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Arms Control/Disarmament.

A. Correspondence: re: Repeal of Public Law 87-297; Proposals to disarm America; U. S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; Proposed military budget; Resolutions; H. Con. Res. 27; Booklet.

B. Resolution: re: A Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and Universal Disarmament.

C. Resolution: re: Permanent Status for the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.

D. Resolution: re: Peace Research.

E. Resolution: re: Strengthening the United Nations and Use of its Peace-Keeping Machinery.

F. Resolution: re: Reduction of Cold War Barriers.

G. Resolution: re: Cuba.

H. Leaflet: "Lest We Forget!"

I. H. Con. Res. 27: re: The Arms Control and Disarmament Act.

J. Booklet: "AFL-CIO Documents on Arms Control."

K. Remarks: re: "Freedom From War."

L. Article: "Agency Pushes Disarmament Scheme."

M. Booklet: "Journal of the House" (April 1, 1963).

F 61: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Arms Control/Disarmament (H. R. 3613).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 3613.

B. H. R. 3613: "To abolish the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, and repeal the Arms Control and Disarmament Act. (James B. Utt - California).

F 62: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1964). Arms Control/Disarmament (H. R. 10311). Correspondence: re: H. R. 10311: "To amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, to restrict the application of that act to arms control, and for other purposes." (Craig Hosmer - California).

F 63: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Arms Control/Disarmament (H. Con. Res. 83/S. 777).

A. Correspondence: re: H. Con. Res. 83; S. 777.

B. H. Con. Res. 83: "Expressing the determination of the United States with respect to the matter of general disarmament and arms control." (Omar Burleson - Texas).

C. S. 777: "To amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act in order to increase the authorization for appropriations and to modify the personnel security procedures for contractor employees." (Hubert H. Humphrey - Minnesota; Joseph S. Clark - Pennsylvania; Jennings Randolph - West Virginia).

F 64: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1964). Baltic States.

A. Correspondence: re: Baltic States; Resolution.

B. Resolution: re: Soviet occupation of the Baltic States.

F 65: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Baltic States (H. Con. Res. 15, et al.).

A. Correspondence: re: H. Con. Res. 15; H. Con. Res. 38; H. Con. Res. 43; H. Con. Res. 54; H. Con. Res. 55; H. Con. Res. 59; H. Con. Res. 63; H. Con. Res. 80; H. Con. Res. 96; H. Con. Res. 97.

B. H. Con. Res. 15: "To insure equal rights and self-determination for the peoples of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia." (Charles B. Hoeven - Iowa).

C. H. Con. Res. 38: "To express the sense of Congress on bringing before the United Nations the issue of denial of self-determination to the peoples of various countries." (Edward J. Derwinski - Illinois).

D. H. Con. Res. 43: "To request the President of the United States to urge certain actions in behalf of Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia." (Glenard P. Lipscomb- California).

E. H. Con. Res. 54: "Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should instruct the U. S. mission to the United Nations to bring the Baltic States question before that body with a view to the liberation of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia from Soviet occupation." (James Roosevelt - California).

F. H. Con. Res. 55: "Providing for free elections in the Communist satellite countries of Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania, and for other purposes." (Abner W. Sibal - Connecticut).

G. H. Con. Res. 59: Same title as H. Con. Res. 43 (Glenn Cunningham - Nebraska).

H. H. Con. Res. 63: "Requesting the President to initiate action leading to the adoption of a United Nations resolution calling for the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia; the return of exiles from these nations from slave-labor camps in the Soviet Union; and the conduct of free elections in these nations." (John J. Rooney - New York).

I. H. Con. Res. 80: "Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should instruct the U.S. mission to the United Nations to bring the Baltic States question before that body with a view to obtaining the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia; the return of exiles from these Nations from slave-labor camps in the Soviet Union; and the conduct of free elections in these Nations." (Alphonso Bell - California).

J. H. Con. Res. 96: "Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the incorporation of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia into the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics." (Peter W. Rodino, Jr. - New Jersey).

K. H. Con. Res. 97: "Requesting the President to instruct the U. S. Mission to the United Nations to bring the Baltic States question before the United Nations with a view to the liberation of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia from Soviet occupation." (William L. St. Onge - Connecticut).

F 66: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Brazil.

A. Correspondence: re: Brazilian Communiqué; Brazilian government; Clipping; Foreign aid to Brazil.

B. Brazilian Communiqué: re: Foreign relations between American and Brazil.

C. Clipping: "Red Take-Over In Brazil."

D. Clipping: "The Gamble on Foreign Aid."

E. Clipping: "Brazil - Prime Target for Communists."

F. Remarks: Brazil Resentful: United States Violated Rules of Game" (By: Ed Foreman - Texas).

F 67: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). China. Correspondence: re: Invasion of China and Chiang's forces; Communism.

F 68: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1962-1963). Common Market.

A. Committee Print: "Statements on Impact of Common Market Regulations on Export of United States Poultry."

B. Booklet: "The Common Market/New World Force In The Making."

C. Report: re: "Free Trade, Tariff Legislation, and Common Markets for the Western Hemisphere: A Collection of Excerpts and Selected References."

F 69: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Communism.

A. Correspondence: re: Communism; Clippings; Political institutions; Leaflet; Summary; Book; Opinion Ballots; United Nations.

B. Clipping: "The Danger He Sees Within."

C. Clipping: "Turncoat Urges Political Teaching."

D. Cartoon/Clipping: "Then There's the Other Side of the Road."

E. Clipping: re: Communist Party Platform for 1928.

F. Leaflet: "Dictatorship Threatens America."

G. Summary: "The Effects of 'The Civil Rights Act of 1963' on You."

H. Book: "communist america….must it be?"

I. Opinion Ballots: re: "Should a member of the Communist Party be required by law to register with our Government?"

F 70: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Corregidor-Bataan Memorial (H. R. 7044). Correspondence: re: H. R. 7044: "To amend Public Law 193, Eighty-third Congress, relating to the Corregidor-Bataan Memorial Commission." (Armistead I. Selden, Jr. - Alabama).

F 71: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Cuba.

A. Correspondence: re: Financial aid to Cuba; United Nations Special Funds; Article; Communism in Cuba; Clippings; Leaflet.

B. Article: "The Persistency of Cuba."

C. Clipping: "Kennedy Denies Invasion Promise."

D. Clipping: "His Own Worst Critic."

E. Clipping/Cartoon: re: "Cuban Army of Liberation."

F. Clipping: "Castro Losing Steam - But Is Ready to Crush Exiles."

G. Leaflet: "Why An Investor's Union Of America."

H. Clipping: "One-Way Street."

I. Clipping: "Representative Albert: GOP Must Propose Alternatives."

J. Clipping: re: Cuban government in exile.

K. Clipping: "Pair Wed 52 Years Will Attend Picnic."

L. Clipping: "Cuba: Unresolved."

M. Clipping: "Surplus U. S. Planes and Castro."

N. Clipping: "No Zest For Living!"

O. Clipping: "'Fishing Boats' Transport Guerrillas."

P. Clipping: "Will the Real Uncle Sam Please Stand? By the Way, Where Is He?"

Q. News Release: "Greek Government Takes Additional Measures To Curb Cuban Shipments."

R. Clipping/Cartoon: re: "Caught In A Knothole."

F 72: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Cuba: Monroe Doctrine Petitions.

A. Correspondence: re: Petitions; Monroe Doctrine.

B. Petitions: re: Support of the Monroe Doctrine.

F 73: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Cuba: Data.

A. Brief: re: Cuba (By: Robert S. McNamara, Secretary of Defense).

B. Statement: re: Cuban Policy (Office of Public Services).

C. Booklet/Report: re: "The U. S. Response to Soviet Military Buildup in Cuba" (President Kennedy).

D. Statement: re: Cuba (Office of Public Services).

E. Statement: re: Communist Subversion in the Hemisphere (De Lesseps S. Morrison).

F. Statement: re: Communist Subversion in the Hemisphere (Edwin M. Martin).

F 74: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Cuba (H. J. Res. 227). Correspondence: re: H. J. Res. 227: "Expressing the determination of the United States with respect to the situation in Cuba, to restate and implement the Monroe Doctrine, and to encourage adherence to the principles of self-determination and human freedom." (William C. Cramer - Florida).

F 75: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Cultural Exchanges.

A. Correspondence: re: Cultural Exchange Visas; Newsletter.

B. Newsletter (The Britton Accent!) August 14, 1963.

C. H. R. 8666 (P. L. 87-256): "To provide for the improvement and strengthening of the international relations of the United States by promoting better mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through educational and cultural exchanges." Original Legislation by ).

F 76: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1964). Cyprus.

A. Correspondence: re: The British Government; News Release; Turkish Government; Cyprus situation.

B. News Release: "Peace-Keeping Force for Cyprus/British View on Need for Allied Solidarity."

F 77: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Dominican Republic/Honduras. Outline: re: "Highlights on the Overthrow of the Governments of the Dominican Republic and Honduras."

F 78: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Edmondson, Ed. Correspondence: re: Communism; Monroe Doctrine; American Government.

F 79: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Foreign Aid: Correspondence: Departmental.

A. Correspondence: re: Foreign aid legislation; Clipping.

B. Clipping: "No 'Surprise' in AID's Carryover Funds."

C. Report: re: "Most-Favored-Nation Provision Now In Foreign Aid Bill."

D. Report: re: "House Action on MFN Amendment in Foreign Assistance Bill."

E. Lists: re: Voting status of Members of the House of Representatives on Foreign Aid.

F. Excerpts: re: Foreign aid (By: Charles A. Halleck - Indiana).

F 80: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Foreign Aid: Correspondence: District.

A. Correspondence: re: Foreign aid programs and legislation; Clippings; Opinion Ballots; Communist activity in the United States; Newsletter

B. Clipping: "Let's make up our mind."

C. Opinion Ballots: re: "Should Foreign Aid be continued as is, increased, cut back, or done away with?"

D. Clipping: re: Foreign aid.

E. Clipping: "The Foreign-Aid Folly."

F. Clipping: "While Time Runs Out."

G. Clipping: "Edmondson to Speak."

H. Clipping: "Dedication Speaker."

I. Clipping: re: Construction of a canal across Florida.

J. Clipping: "Kappa Alpha's National Meet in OC This Week."

K. Clipping: "Vote Termed Slap at Aid Program, Not at Kennedy."

L. Newsletter (The Oklahoma Democrat) Vol. , No. 5 (December, 1963).

F 81: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Foreign Aid: Correspondence: Out-of-District.

A. Correspondence: re: Foreign aid legislation; Clippings; Countries seeking population control; Foreign aid programs; Communism; Kennedy Administration; Quality Stabilization Act; Leaflet; Petition.

B. Clipping: re: Foreign Aid.

C. Clipping: "Byrnes Will Fight For Tax-Cut Rein."

D. Clipping: "Principles Lost In Glib Words."

E. Clipping: "Friendly Panama Wants Ribbons Of Roads, Not U. S. Red Tape."

F. Clipping: "Laws Ignored On Cuba Trade."

G. Clipping: "U. S. Is Keeping Watch On Communist Outbreak."

H. Leaflet: "Stop Using My Taxes to Finance Communism."

I. Clipping: "Pakistan to Sell U. S. - Donated Food."

J. Clipping: "Here Are Some 'Giveaways' That Make Sense."

K. Petitions: re: Reduction of foreign aid money.

F 82: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963-1964). Foreign Aid: Correspondence: Out-of-State.

A. Correspondence: re: Foreign Assistance Act; Advertisements; Amendment; Statement; Foreign aid program; Unemployment; Foreign aid program; Unemployment; Communism; Peace Corps; Loan programs; Federal Budget; Article; President Kennedy.

B. Advertisement: re: "Central America asks for a hand…not a handout!"

C. Advertisement: re: "Take A New Look at Central America."

D. Amendment: re: S. 1276.

E. Statement: re: Foreign Assistance Act of 1963 (By George Meany, President of AFL-CIO).

F. Article: "Let's Stop Sending U. S. Dollars to Aid Our Enemies."

G. Fact Sheet: re: Facts On Foreign Aid: "It's Up To The Congress."

H. Fact Sheet: re: Facts On Foreign Aid: "Showdown For Fiscal '65 Foreign Aid."

I. Table: re: "Foreign Aid Funds By Program and Amount from Prior Years' Appropriations on hand Unexpended - June 30, 1964 (Estimates of A.I.D.).

J. Clipping: "The English Hate America - But Can't Stay Away."

K. Article: "$100 Billion Sunk In Foreign Aid Since World War II."

F 83: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Foreign Aid: Data.

A. Article: "Self-help, not help yourself."

B. Clipping: "The Price of Economy."

C. News Release: Foreign Aid.

D. News Release: "$240 Million In 1963 Aid Orders Traced To Procedures In 47 States" (November 13, 1963).

E. Booklet: "Aid and the Dollar Crisis" (By: Dr. Lewis E. Lloyd).

F. Press Release: "Farmers Union Supports President Kennedy's Foreign Aid Program; Attacks Clay Report."

G. Clipping: "Congress Reflects A Growing Opposition To Foreign Aid."

F 84: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Foreign Aid (H. R. 7885).

A. Correspondence: re: H. R. 7885.

B. H. R. 7885: "To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes." (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania).

C. Report: re: "Foreign Assistance Act of 1963" (H. R. 7885).

D. Statement: re: Support of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1963 (By: Mrs. Raymond F. Pelissir)."

F. 85: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1964). Foreign Aid (H. R. 11380).

A. Correspondence: re: Foreign Aid legislation; H. R. 11380; Resolution.

B. H. R. 11380: "To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes." (Thomas E. Morgan - Pennsylvania).

C. Report: re: "Foreign Assistance Act of 1964" (H. R. 11380).

D. Memorandum: re: H. R. 11380.

E. Resolution: "To Maintain Veterans' Preference For Employees of Aid."

F 86: Foreign Affairs, Committee on (1963). Fulbright Program. Correspondence: re: P. L. 87-256; The Fulbright-Hayes Program.

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