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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Stephen Shadegg / Barry Goldwater Collection, 1949-1965



Descriptive Summary

Creator Shadegg, Stephen
Title Stephen Shadegg / Barry Goldwater Collection
Dates: 1949-1965
Abstract Collection consists of political consultant Stephen Shadegg's campaign files for Goldwater's 1952 and 1958 U.S. Senate campaigns and 1964 Republican presidential primary effort.
Extent 31 ft., 8 in.
Language English.
Repository The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Stephen Shadegg was a Phoenix, Arizona, pharmaceutical manufacturer and political consultant. He served as campaign manager and advisor to Goldwater, who was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1952 and reelected in 1958. Shadegg was a regional coordinator for Goldwater's 1964 presidential campaign against Lyndon B. Johnson and assisted with his subsequent Senate campaigns. Goldwater retired from the Senate in January 1987.

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Scope and Content Note

Collection consists of political consultant Stephen Shadegg's campaign files for Goldwater's 1952 and 1958 U.S. Senate campaigns and his 1964 Republican presidential primary effort. He managed Goldwater's campaign in Oregon and in the general election for Region VII, which included Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, Alaska and Hawaii. Includes correspondence, speeches, press releases, general information files, newspaper clippings, and literature and memorabilia for each campaign. Also includes speeches and Goldwater's nationally syndicated column, "How Do You Stand, Sir?," co-written with Shadegg, and research notes and drafts of books written by Shadegg as well as his personal correspondence.

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Organization

Organized into 10 series by campaign or material type: 1. 1952 Senate campaign. 2. Shadegg files, 1952-1958. 3. 1958 Senate campaign. 4. 1960 presidential campaign. 5. Shadegg files, 1958-1964. 6. 1964 presidential campaign. 7. Speeches. 8. Publications. 9. Photographs and films. 10. Sound recordings.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

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Index Terms

Subject (Persons)
Burch, Dean, 1927-
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
Fannin, Paul J. (Paul Jones), 1907-
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909- -Photographs.
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1902-
McFarland, Ernest William, 1894-
Miller, William E. (William Edward), 1914-1983.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-
Reuther, Walter, 1907-1970.
Rhodes, John J.
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979.
Scranton, William Warren, 1917-
Shadegg, Stephen C.
Subject (Organizations)
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (A.F.L.-C.I.O.) Committee on Political Education.
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Republican Party (Ariz.)
Republican Party (U.S.: 1854-)
Subjects
Elections--Arizona.
Elections--United States.
Political consultants -- Arizona.
Political conventions.
Presidential candidates.
Presidents--United States--Election 1960.
Presidents--United States--Election 1964.
Trade-unions--Political activity.
Trade-unions--Political activity--Photographs.
Places
Arizona--Politics and government--1951-
United States--Politics and government--1945-

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Administrative Information

Custodial History

Political and personal files from 1952 to 1965 compiled by Stephen Shadegg and donated by him to the Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, in July 1965. Transferred to the Barker Texas History Center (now the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History) in August 1965.

Collection name change: Previously named "Barry Goldwater Collection."

Preferred citation:

Stephen Shadegg / Barry Goldwater Collection, 1949-1965, Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Inventory

Box
3H475 1952 Senate campaign files:
Correspondence
Speeches-general
Speeches-radio and TV, August-October 15
Box
3H476 Speeches-radio and TV, October 22-31
Speeches-Eisenhower and others
Press releases
Advertising:
Pamphlet copy
Newspapers
Radio
Box
3H477 Other advertising and printing costs
Card samples
Sign placement schedules and costs
Campaign schedules and map
Donations and expenditures
General files:
Facts and figures, Senate Minority Policy Committee, 1952
National Republican reports, etc.
National Republican Senatorial Committee
Party platforms (comparison study)
Pyle and Eisenhauer (sic)
Senate minority memos, February-October 1952
Communism
Communism in government
Saturday Evening Post-Nixon story
Foreign policy
Box
3H478 Federal tax information
Taxes, prices, inflation
Labor
Taft-Hartley Act
Avra land deal (Morrison-Wilson duel)
Agriculture
MacFarlane (sic)
Voting records (Ernest McFarland, 1940-1951)
Senate file (Ernest McFarland)
Senate bills (McFarland and Hayden), 1942-1951
List of U.S. Senators
Box
3H479 McFarland primary expenses, 1952
Federal corruption and waste
Truman administration
Democrat literature
Miscellaneous memos, newsletters, notes, etc.
Voter registration information
Primary nomination petition
Election returns (primary and general)
Newspaper clippings:
Editorials, news stories, etc., about Goldwater
1952 campaign (national)
National issues
Stephen Shadegg personal files, 1952-1958:
Correspondence:
Shadegg with Goldwater and others
Radio and television stations
Documentary film, 1955-1956
Box
3H480 Motion picture, "For Freedom's Sake," script and viewer comments
Press releases and speeches:
Labor, 1955-1958 and undated
General, 1955-1957 and undated
Paul Sexton correspondence, 1955-1956
Matthew Keck contribution, March 1956
Pyle correspondence re: Ernest McFarland, June 1954
Goldwater TV series
Newspaper clippings
Miscellaneous
1958 Senate campaign files:
Correspondence:
Shadegg and Goldwater
Washington office
Memoranda:
Phoenix office
"Steve"
Box
3H481 Correspondence with Arizona counties:
Apache-Pima
Box
3H482 Pinal-Yuma
Correspondence with individuals
Correspondence regarding books
Box
3H483 Correspondence with organizations
Campaign letters (mass mailings)
General correspondence:
Classified, A-F
Box
3H484 Classified, G-Z
Unclassified
Miscellaneous correspondence:
Classified, A-L
Box
3H485 Classified, M-Z
Unclassified
Telegrams, accepted and declined
Letters of congratulations
Campaign ideas
Box
3H486 Speeches
Speech material
Press releases, January-September 1958
Box
3H487 Press releases, rough drafts October-November 1958;
Newspaper advertising
Radio advertising
Television advertising
Box
3H488 Billboard and other outdoor advertising
Campaign literature
Garland Advertising Agency, June 1958
Box
3H489 Garland Advertising Agency, June 1958
Other advertising orders
Campaign supporters:
Advisory committee
Help offers
Volunteer lists
Staunch supporters
Young Republicans
Lawyers for Goldwater
Women's Republican clubs
Tucson coffees
Republican deputy registrars
List of who received pictures
Campaign strategy
Campaign expenditures
Campaign schedules, itineraries, and schedule notes, May 1957 - August 1958
Box
3H490 Campaign schedules, itineraries, and schedule notes, September - November 1958
Calendars of events:
Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
Arizona
General background information compiled for Goldwater
General files:
Action laws
Affidavits
Agricultural Stabilization Committee
Agriculture
Agriculture prices
Airports
Alaska
Alexander, Holmes
American Institute Language Center
Americans for Constitutional Action
Appointments
Arizona Cattle Growers Associations lists
Arizona Highway Users Conference
Arizona Labor Directory and Labor Journal
Arizona Legislative Review (schools)
Arizona Legislature (23rd)
Arizona Manufacturers Directory
Arizona-Michigan compared
Arizona Republicans holding and seeking office
Box
3H491 Arizona song
Arizona state taxes
Army engineers, 1959
Barrett, Ruth
Benson, Ezra Taft
Bills introduced
Bio sketches (Goldwater)
Blind legislation
Brown's "Training Skilled Men"
Budget (federal)
Buttes Dam
California election
Cartoons
Chong Sook Rhee
Cibola Bridge
Clubs, men's civic
"Cold War on Main Street"
Committees
Community organizations list-Chandler
Conferences
COPE
COPE-"How Big Labor Wins"
COPE-contributors, 1958
COPE-Mahoney and Udall
Copper
Cordiner report
Cotton growers and gin operators list
Daily Worker smear
Democratic campaign strategy
Digest of bills, 85th Congress
Digest of public general bills
Direct action
Dragon, Nicholas C.
Duffy
Box
3H492 Election expenditures:
Dick Adams, 1954
Ernest McFarland, 1952 and 1954
John J. Rhodes
Stewart Udall, 1954
Henry Zipf, 1954
Election statistics
Endorsements
Family Circle
Fannin, Paul; candidate for governor
Farm Bureau and labor record
FHA
FHA-urban renewal
Fireman's "one-two punch"
Foreign aid
Foreign Service
Fort Bowie
Four Corners Road
Fowler, George, reports on 1958 campaign
Franklin, Robert B.
"The Freeman"
Glen Canyon Dam
Golston Loan
GOP facts
Governor's office-cost, etc.
Green, Al
Box
3H493 Haugh, John
Havasupai
Highway-land probe
Highways-by-pass
Highways-U. S. 66
Highways and roads, construction of new
Hoover, Report
Humphrey, Hubert
Box
3H493 Indian folder
Indianapolis speech
Initiative and referendum
Interior Department appropriations bill for 1959
Israel
Kaibab Forest
Knowland, Helen, letter and article
Labor
Labor (notebook)
Labor amendments proposed by Goldwater, and notes
Box
3H494 Labor campaign- 1958
Labor legislation, 85th Congress-Mundt
Labor merchandisers
Labor source material
Land hearing
Langmade's statement on labor
Legislation information sent to Tucson newspaper
Letter to unions
Letters to the editor
Licavoli
List of libraries in state
Little Rock
McFarland
McRae, Bill
Machinists
March of Dimes
Markham, Yorke
Michigan speech
Military
Monopolies
Mormons on labor
Morrison
"My Creed"
Box
3H495 National Defense
National Science Foundation-conference on research and development
Nature of Conflict-USAF course
Negroes
New Mexico
1956 elections
1956 party platforms
Organizations
Page exchange bill
Pinal County land
Pioneer society
Post Office
Box
3H495 Precinct committeemen
Professional committee groups
Public lands
Publications
Queen Creek registration polls
Quotes
"Rank and file" speak out
Recipe
Republican platform and Goldwater policy
Republican policy on labor and foreign affairs
Republican State Committee
Reuther (Walter)
Rhodes, John J.
Rhodes on GOP labor record
Box
3H496 Right-to-work
Right-to-work speech
Romney, George-statement before Subcommittee on Anti-trust and Monopoly
Roosevelt (Teddy) plaque
Royal of Prescott
San Carlos file
Saturday Evening Post
Senate Republican Committee and Republican National Committee
Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities
Shadegg
Small business
Small mine operators list
Social Security stand
South Pole flag
Southwestern Labor Record (Goldwater Millions in Campaign)
"Stalin" cartoon
Statistics on Arizona
Subversive organizations
Survey
Taft (Robert)
Box
3H497 Taft-Hartley amendments
Tax reduction
Teamsters
Teamwork, Hayden-Goldwater
Telephone conversations
Tidelands
Unfair list-Tucson
Union members-letters favoring investigation, etc.
Voluntary unionism
Box
3H497 Voting information
Voting records:
Goldwater
Box
3H498 McFarland, 77th-82nd Congresses
Millikin, 77th-79th Congresses
Truman, 77th Congress
Udall, 85th Congress
Walton, Joseph
Zinc-lead
Nominating petitions
Voter registration information
Election returns (primary and general)
"Why the Republicans Won in Arizona in 1958"
Stalin pamphlet
Box
3H499 Newspaper clippings:
1958 Senatorial race
Fannin
Goldwater
Haldiman
McFarland
Morrison
Rhodes
Udall
Box
3H500 Subjects:
Arizona economic growth-Highways
Box
3H501 Honors and awards-Schools and colleges
Box
3H502 Shadegg raps-Wool
Franklin, Louisiana, Banner-Tribune editorials
Arizona Labor Journal
1952 campaign
Miscellaneous editorials
Letters to the editor
Box
3H503 General newspaper clippings, March-December 1957
General newspaper clippings, various dates, 1957 and 1958
Box
3H504 1960 Presidential campaign files:
General correspondence, A-M
Box
3H505 General correspondence, N-Z
Correspondence with General Bonner Fellers
Miscellaneous correspondence
Box
3H505 Goldwater clubs-California, Louisiana, Texas
Goldwater committees-responses from supporters
Speeches:
Goldwater
Aubrey Barker
Press releases
Goldwater columns
Advertising
Box
3H506 Republican National Convention:
Calendar of events
Delegate lists
Goldwater support
Directories
Speeches, statements, and press releases
Miscellaneous
Other 1960 campaigns:
Rockefeller
Nixon-Lodge
Republican National Committee literature
Democratic National Committee literature
Arizona campaigns
Campaign schedules, fall 1960
County Republican committees
Presidential election quiz
Newspaper clippings
Miscellaneous printed material
Stephen Shadegg personal files, 1958-1960
Campaign suggestions, 1958-1960
Campaign help offered, 1961
Goldwater speech, 1961
Correspondence, Shadegg and Goldwater, 1959-1964
Box
3H507 Correspondence with Frank Wallace, 1961-1962
List of contributors to Carl Hayden's 1956 Senate campaign
Time reprint, April 13, 1962
1964 presidential campaign planning:
Strategy outline and brochure copy
Goldwater for President organizations
1964 Presidential campaign files:
Goldwater for President committees:
Arizona
California
Idaho
Oregon
Washington
Box
3H507 Oregon primary
California primary
Box
3H508 Other primaries and state conventions
Republican National Convention, July 1964:
Order of business
Memos and correspondence
General information and notes
Delegate status reports
Scranton
First draft of acceptance speech not used
Answer of delegates and alternates, 9th Congressional District of Tennessee
Republican Platform, 1964
Newsletters and clippings
News releases
CBS newsletter on convention
Region VII files:
Correspondence, July-November 1964:
Alaska
Arizona
Hawaii
Idaho
Montana
Box
3H509 Nevada
New Mexico
Oregon
Utah
Washington
Wyoming
Box
3H510 Correspondence, Shadegg and Region VII field staff:
Thadd Baker
Edward Z. Buck
Robert Mardian
Wes Phillips
John Pritzlaff
Jim Sage
Jack Swift
Region VII memos
Notes on meetings
Miscellaneous note and reports, August-October 1964
Correspondence among people running the 1964 campaign
Memos on staff procedures
"Victory Bulletins" from Dean Burch
Confidential questionnaire--Dean Burch
Box
3H510 Letters from individuals:
Fred Kramer
William Upchurch
Richard Cooper
Howard Pyle to Jack Williams
Memo about Summerfield
Correspondence, volunteers for Barry (nationa)
Suggestion letters for campaign
Letters about Barry
Box
3H511 Miscellaneous correspondence, February-December 1964
Speeches:
Goldwater
Miller, August - September 10, 1964
Box
3H512 Miller, September 11-October 6, 1964
Speeches and statements of others
Press releases:
Dean Burch
Public announcements on directors and staff
Policy task force
William Scranton
Richard Nixon
Dwight Eisenhower
Republican National Committee-Nationalities Division
Republican National Committee-General
Box
3H513 "Why Not Vicotry?" program:
Campaign plans notebook
State booklets (Region VII)
Summary of reports
Ballot security program:
Notebook
Reports
Handbooks, manuals, and kits:
"Handbook for Victory," National Goldwater for President Committee
Goldwater for President committee, state chairman's meeting manual
"Citizens for Goldwater-Miller Victory Manual"
State chairman's handbook
Box
3H514 Citizen's for Goldwater-Miller state chairman's meeting manual
Speaker's handbook
"4 steps to Victory"
County chairman procedure kit
Box
3H514 Precinct captain procedure kit
Block captain procedure kit
"Victory in '64!," AT&T communications manual
Advertising:
Television and radio
"Choice," campaign film
Newspaper, billboard, buttons, and stickers
Ad copy
Erwin, Wasey, Rurhrauff & Ryan ad agency
Campaign literature:
Brochures, pamphlets, and bumper stickers
Newsletters, circulars, etc.
Box
3H515 Anti-Goldwater literature
NBC News Special on Goldwater (transcript)
Campaign schedules (Shadegg notebook)
Goldwater schedules
Box
3H516 Miller schedules
Speakers' schedules
Nelson Rockefeller information:
"Win with Rockefeller" campaign research kit
Oregon Rockefeller Committee guidebook
Rockefeller papers (policy addresses)
1964 New York report
Campaign literature
News release
Newspaper clippings
Anti-Rockefeller ad copy
General information files:
American Enterprise Association, Inc. report on federal assistance in financing education
Citizen's foreign aid committee
Civil rights views
Comparison of Democratic and Republican platforms, 1964
Conclusions about tax exemptions
Counterattack, newsletter
Democrat activities
Democratic campaign manual, 1964
Election night
"Employment of Homosexual," Senate interim report, 1950
Finance
Health of candidates
John Birch Society
Johnson philosophy
McMurray-Zurweller report
National Association of Businessmen, Inc. booklet on winning elections
Newspapers supporting Barry Goldwater
Box
3H516 Norton, Vance Winford, writings
Political education training, Boise, Idaho
Polls
Quotations....to be used
Ramparts, "Mississippi Eyewitness"
Box
3H517 Republican National committee publications:
"Anson County, N.C., 8th Congressional District, General Election, November 1962"
"1962 Congressional Vote Statistics"
"Republican Fact Book, 1964 Election Campaign"
"Congressional and Presidential Vote Comparison"
Republican state chairmen list
The Right Wing
State of Oregon election laws, 1961-1962
Teamsters
TWX
Election results
Daily press advisories, September-October 1964
Box
3H518 News reports, August-October 1964
Summary new reports, August-October 1964
Box
3H519 National magazine clippings from the 1964 campaign
Newspaper clippings:
Barry's announcement, January 1964
From D.C.
From Western States (Region VII)
Week by week summary
General:
1963
Box
3H520 1964 (prior to June 28th)
Republican National Convention
June 28-September 19, 1964
Box
3H521 September 20-October 31, 1964
Goldwater visit to Portland, October 1964
Miscellaneous, 1964
Box
3H522 Miscellaneous, 1964
1965
Box
3J1 Speeches:
Goldwater, 1953-1956
Box
3J2 Goldwater, 1957
Goldwater, miscellaneous (before Senate, subcommittees, organizations; debate), 1955-1958
Box
3J3 Goldwater, miscellaneous, 1959-1962
Shadegg, 1957-1961 and undated
Publications:
Pamphlets:
"Arizona: An Adventure in Irrigation," 1949
"The Phoenix Story: An Adventure in Reclamation," 1958
Goldwater syndicated column, "How do you Stand, Sir?":
Columns 1-90
Box
3J4 Columns 91-360
Box
3J5 Ideas for columns
Column sources
Column promotion
Column subscribers
Correspondence, Shadegg and Goldwater
Column drafts by Goldwater sent to Shadegg
Miscellaneous drafts
Letters from readers of column, January 1960-September 1961
Box
3J6 Column mail not answered, November 1961-February 1962
Correspondence with Los Angeles Times, December 1959-November 1961
Correspondence with Times-Mirror Syndicate, April 1960-March 1962
Times-Mirror billing, April 1960-March 1962
Scrapbook of printed comments on column, 1960
Shadegg book, Barry Goldwater: Freedom is His Flight Plan:
Work papers, 9-1-61:
Source material
Collier's corrections, chapters 1-8
Box
3J7 Collier's corrections, chapters 9-21
Barry Goldwater corrections
Bert's (Fireman) corrections
Rough draft
Box
3J8 Manuscript copies (partial and complete)
Shadegg book, How to Win an Election, manuscript copy, 1964
Shadegg book, What Happened to Goldwater?
Research notes:
Regional reports and observations at the end of the 1964 campaign
Letters and notes in response to questionnaire sent out (by Shadegg) in December 1964
Box
3J9 Conversations with and notes from individuals involved in the campaign
Charles Barr, January 22, 1965
Mike Bernstein, December 1964
Brent Bozell, September 19 or 20, 1963
Dean Burch, December 1964
Travis Cross, January 6, 1965
Jim Day, December 1964
Don Dornan and Herb Baus, December 1964
Lee Edwards, December 1964
Albert Fay, March 29, 1963
Loretta Fox, October 17, 1964
John Grenier (incomplete) December 1964
Sam Hay, Chicago, December 1964
Dick Herman, Chicago, December 1964
Wayne Hood, Chicago, December 1964
Richard Kleindienst, November 18, 1964
Chuck Lichenstein, December 1964
Bob Mardian, December 1964
Peter O'Donnell, February 1963, December 1964, February 1965
John Rosselout, February 1, 1965
Tad Smith, January 14, 1965
Nick Volcheff, February 1965
Rus Walton, 1964 and 1965
Clif White, December 1964
Doug Whitlock, December 1964
Fact magazine
Dean Burch-Republican chairman
C.O.P.E.
Opinions on why we lost
Miscellaneous Research information and notes
Outlines
Rough drafts of manuscript
Box
3J10 Rough drafts of manuscript
Box
3J11 Rough drafts of manuscript
Box
3J12 Rough drafts of manuscript
Revisions of draft
Final draft?
Box
3J13 Final draft?
Galley proofs
Letter from Goldwater about book, June 1965
Other literary productions:
Shadegg unpublished manuscripts:
"Campaign Memos and Suggestions," ca. 1960
"God's Time"
"Where in the World is the Church?," 1958
Miscellaneous printed items:
"State of Oregon Legislative Message," January 11, 1965
"How Republicans Won Elections in `64"
Speech of Thomas J. Dodd, February 23, 1965
Box
2.325/V51 Oversize Material:
1952 Senate campaign:
Advertising mock-ups, proofs, and signs
1958 Senate campaign:
Lawyers for Goldwater broadside
Advertising mock-ups and newspaper proof sheets
1960 Presidential campaign:
Proofs of "Americans for Goldwater" ad
1964 Presidential campaign:
Proofs of newspaper ads
Republican National Committee "Washington Wire," October 13, 1964
"The GOP Invades the South," by Barry Goldwater; Saturday Evening Post reprint, 1963
"A Republic, If....," reprint from The Arizonian magazine clippings
Box
2.325/T8 1952 Senate campaign:
Proof of Goldwater/Eisenhower ad
1958 Senate campaign:
Proof of Goldwater newspaper ad
Comparison of 1956 and 1958 election returns
1964 Presidential campaign:
Oregon primary, map of field districts
Box
3T31 Photographs:
1958 Senate campaign:
Goldwater in Air Force Reserve uniform
Goldwater campaigning in Yuma, Arizona
Campaign sign
Food ads-ad copy
Governor and Mrs. McFarland, and little girl
McFarland home
1954 Teamsters check to McFarland
National union leaders in Arizona
Arizona AFL-CIO headquarters
Automobiles of union members, many from out of state
Wisconsin biolerroom operation, 1957 election
South Pole flag
Colin Edgar Humphrey
Phoenix First Methodist Church
Composite of images used on postcards
Negative of labor newspaper
1960 Presidential campaign:
Barry and Peggy Goldwater at 1960 Republican National Convention in Chicago?
Grand Canyon?
1964 Presidential campaign:
Campaign sign and supporters during Oregon primary
Utah delegates to the 1964 Republican National Convention
Yard sign in Florida
Phyllis Schlafly
Box
3Y330 Motion picture films:
Senator Goldwater speaking, ca. 1957
(4 films)
Spots on various issues (20 seconds), ca. 1958:
#1-Taxes
#3-Integrity
#4-Conscience
#5-Welfare
#6-"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (jingle)
#7-Honesty & Justice
#8-Individual Freedom
#9-Fights for Arizona
#10-Non-partisan
#14-Man on street
#20-Football
#23-Question Mark
unnumbered and untitled
Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator, five minute films: 1958,
#1-National Defense
#2-Bisbee
#3-Compulsory Unionism
Other five minute spots, ca. 1958:
#4-C.O.P.E.
#5-Freedom
#12-Untitled
Box
3Y330 Barry Goldwater interview on taxes (TV film), March 11, 1958
Box
3Y331 Barry Goldwater 5-minute spots, ca. 1958:
#9-Interviews 13, 8, 9
#15-Interviews 14, 15, 10
#17-Interviews 1, 2, 3
#18-Interviews 7, 11, 12
Untitled, ca. 1957
Right to work film, March 24, 1958
Personal profile, 1958
Fowler, undated
"World Today," ca. 1955
Box
3Y332 Fifteen minute films, ca. 1958:
#1-Women
#2-Store employee relations
#3-Business
#4-Letters
UPI Newspix films, 1964:
#1-"Senator Goldwater Speaks Out" - Social Security
#2-"Senator Goldwater Speaks Out"
#3R-"Senator Goldwater Speaks to New England"
#4R-"Senator Goldwater Speaks to New England"
Untitled and (Goldwater standing with Capitol in background) undated
Box
3Y333 UPI Newspix-"Barry Goldwater Speaks Out for Oregon," 1964
Box
3Y334b "A Choice Not an Echo," 1964 [VHS/DVD copies in box 3W96b]
Box
2.325/S Sound recordings-tapes:
Budget and transportation, 1957
Senate bill on copper, January 18, 1958
Questions on Kohler Hearings, McClellan Committee, March 5, 1958
Watkins, ca. 1958
Untitled, April 23, 1964
Talk by Goldwater on 1957 budget
Goldwater speech after return from Europe (Hungarian revolt), January 31, 1957?
Opinions of Goldwater by Phoenix radio station and the Arizona Republic, ca. 1957-58
Conversation over phone: Sen. Goldwater and James Duffy (parts I and II)
Telephone conversation, Vern? Johnson with Mae Haggart, re: purchase of ticket to Phoenix by Duffy, Oct. 31, 1958
"Meet the Press," Senator Goldwater, September 16, 1957
Goldwater-Woodcock debate in Detroit, ca. 1958
Goldwater-Prescott broadcast, September 10, 1958
Goldwater dub radio commercials, 1958 Senate campaign?
Box
2.325/S Guy Nunn program, May 1-2, 1957?
Film sound tracks: "Defense" and "Labor Panel," 1958 Senate campaign
Goldwater-"Coffee time," ca. 1958
Television program, April 6, 1964
Yuma speech, October 9, 1958?
Speech, 1958 Senate campaign
Untitled and undated
Speech on Federal Aid to Education, ca. 1958
Republican song, undated
Speech by Representative Bruce, undated
Sound recordings-records:
1952 Senate campaign:
"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (singing jingle)
(2 copies)
"Barry Goldwater, Candidate for U.S. Senator" (5-minute program)
(2 copies)
"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (closing for talk)
"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (Spanish spot announcements)
1958 Senate campaign:
"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (Spanish radio spots), September 24, 1958
"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (radio series #2, 5 musical spots), September 30, 1958
"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (Adam Diaz); cut #1-Spanish, cut #2-English, October 23, 1958
"Barry Goldwater for U.S. Senator" (30-second spot announcements), October 29, 1958
Barry Goldwater and Paul Fannin (four 30-second-spots), November 3, 1958
Untitled, from "General background information compiled for Goldwater" file
1964 Presidential campaign:
"Go with Goldwater," Goldwater for President Committee
Radio spots:
On discrimination
Endorsements

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