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Box 134: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs - Interior and Insular Affairs

F 1: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Radio Free Europe, 1971 Sept. - 1971 Oct.

Correspondents include Thomas E. Morgan and the United States Dept. of State.

F 2: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Russia, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Dec.

Topics include Jews and the Soviet Union.

F 3: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Strategic Arm Limitations Talks Agreements, 1972 June - 1972 Dec.

Topics include nuclear arms control and SALT.

F 4: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Taiwan, 1971 May - 1972 Apr.

Topics include United Nations membership and China.

F 5-6: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, United Nations, 1971 Mar. - 1972 Oct.

Topics include United Nations finance, United Nations membership, China, Taiwan, and the United States. Correspondents include George Bush, John G. Schmitz, Floyd Davidson Spence, Joe D. Waggonner, and the Taiwanese Legislature.

F 7: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, Vietnamese Elections, 1971 Oct.

Topics include Bella S. Abzug.

F 8: 92nd Congress, Foreign Affairs Committee, War Powers, 1972 Feb. - 1972 Aug.

Topics include war and emergency powers.

F 9: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Air Traffic Control, 1972 Feb. - 1972 Mar.

Topics include air traffic control equipment and supplies. Correspondents include Jack Brooks.

F 10: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Architect and Engineer Selection, 1972 Feb. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include government consultants. Correspondents include the American Institute of Architects.

F 11: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Community Development Department Proposal, 1971 Mar. - 1972 Sept.

Topics include United States Federal Highway Administration and administrative agencies reorganization. Correspondents include Wayne N. Aspinall, John A. Blatnik, Arthur Albert Link, George Herman Mahon, Richard M. Nixon, Wright Patman, Carl Perkins, W. R. Poage.

F 12: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Congressional Reform, 1970 Dec. - 1971 Nov.

Topics include the United States Congress committees seniority system and United States congressional reform.

F 13: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Consumer Protection Agency Act, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Oct.

Topics include the United States Consumer Protection Agency. Correspondents include William Sutton Moorehead, Ralph Nader, Tip O'Neill, Benjamin S. Rosenthal, and the United Auto Workers of America.

F 14: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, General, 1971 Feb. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include the proposed United States Dept. of Education. Correspondents include David Hall and the National Education Association.

F 15: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1971 Aug. - 1972 Aug.

Topics include the United States Dept. of Justice Law Enforcement Assistance Administration and federal aid to law enforcement agencies. Correspondents include John S. Monagan.

F 16: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, General Services Administration Excess Property Program, 1972 July - 1972 Oct.

F 17: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Population Stabilization, 1971 Feb. - 1972 May.

Topics include population control. Correspondents include John D. Rockefeller.

F 18: 92nd Congress, Government Operations Committee, Spending, 1971 May - 1972 Dec.

Topics include public debt, executive impoundment of appropriated funds, and public expenditures.

F 19: 92nd Congress, House Administration Committee, Campaign and Election Reform, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Oct.

Topics include political advertising, campaign funds, and the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971. Correspondents include Frank E. Evans, Gerald R. Ford, Wayne L. Hays, Mike Mansfield, Wilbur D. Mills, William S. Moorhead, Elmer B. Staats, Lawrence N. Woodworth, Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., Common Cause (U.S.), and the United States General Accounting Office.

F 20: 92nd Congress, House Administration Committee, General, 1971 Feb. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include the United States Congress officials and employees salaries, etc., congressional district offices, congressional expenditures, congressional flag, congressional mail, congressional telephone system, and the electronic voting system. Correspondents include David W. Dennis, Donald M. Fraser, Wayne L. Hays, and Frank Thompson.

F 21: 92nd Congress, House Restaurant Select Committee, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Aug.

Topics include Albert Walter Johnson, Bella S. Abzug, James A. Burke, Wayne L. Hays, and John S. Kluczynski.

F 22: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Alaska Pipeline, 1971 Feb. - 1972 May.

Topics include the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.

F 23: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Alaskan Native Land Claims, 1971 Feb. - 1972 Dec.

Topics include Saylor-Udall Amendment. Correspondents include Nick Begich, Alaska Coalition, Alaska Coalition, Alaska Federation of Natives, the Chamber of Commerce of Alaska, and the Alaska Native Brotherhood.

F 24: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Andersonville, Georgia National Historic Site, 1972 Jan. - 1972 May.

Correspondents include the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

F 25: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Big Thicket National Park, 1971 Sept. - 1972 Dec.

Topics include the conservation of natural resources. Correspondents include Wayne N. Aspinall, and Ralph Webster Yarborough.

F 26: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Buffalo National River, 1971 June - 1972 Feb.

F 27-29: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Environment, General, 1971 Jan. - 1972 Nov.

Topics include the United States Water Resources Council, conservation of natural resources, detergent pollution of lakes, rivers, etc, and toxic substances. Correspondents include Seymour Halpern, Paul N. McCloskey, Morris K. Udall, Guy Vander Jagt, and the United States Council on Environmental Quality.

F 30: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Establishment of Joint Committee on Environment, 1971 Jan. - 1971 Sept.

Correspondents include William D. Burlison, John G. Dow, Joshua Eilberg, Richard H. Fulton, Nick Galifianakis, Clarence D. Long, David R. Obey, Henry S. Reuss, Dan Rostenkowski, William Fitts Ryan, and John Mark Slack.

F 31: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments, 1972 May - 1972 June.

Correspondents include Larry Derryberry.

F 32: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Forests, 1971 Feb. - 1972 Dec.

Topics include forest conservation. Correspondents include Harold T. Johnson and John P. Saylor.

F 33: 92nd Congress, Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Gateway National Park, 1972 Sept.

Topics include Frank J. Brasco, public housing, Gateway National Recreation Area (N.J. and N.Y.), Brooklyn ( New York, N.Y. ), and Floyd Bennet Field.

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