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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers



Descriptive Summary

CreatorBentsen, Lloyd
TitleLloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers
Dates: 1921-1998
Abstract:Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).
Accession No.AR 88-066; 88-370; 88-395; 89-072; 90-100; 90-287; 91-002; 91-010; 91-028; 91-046; 91-047; 91-135; 91-182; 91-344; 92-043; 92-149; 92-165; 92-359; 93-061; 93-138; 93-162; 93-188; 93-239; 94-269; 94-347; 95-005; 95-017; 95-029; 95-064; 95-167; 95-210; 96-237; 96-274; 96-289; 97-092; 97-098; 98-236; 98-246; 99-175; 99-199; 2000-180; 2000-185; 2000-269; 2002-067
Extent2687 cubic feet
LanguageMaterials are in English.
RepositoryDolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Lloyd Millard Bentsen, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, U.S. Senator and Representative, businessman, Texas county judge, and decorated World War Two veteran, was born in Mission, Texas, on February 11, 1921. He ran for Vice-President of the United States in 1988 on the Democratic ticket with then Massachusettes governor Michael Dukakis. He served as Secretary of the Treasury under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1994. Bentsen kept up a full schedule until 1998, when he retired after a decline in his health. He died on May 23, 2006.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence, printed material, creative works, legal documents, financial documents, minutes, photographic materials, sound recordings, and works of art make up the papers of Senator Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1930-1994, bulk 1971-1993). Bentsen and his staff created the bulk of the material during his term as United States Senator from Texas (1971-1993), though the papers also contain records from Bentsen's term as United States Secretary of the Treasury (1993-1994). A limited amount of the material documents Bentsen's career in business and his private life. Few records exist from his term in the United States House of Representatives (1948-1955).

The material is organized in ten subgroups. The first seven subgroups consist of records from Bentsen's Senate offices.

For more information on each subgroup, click here for the first page of the Bentsen Papers.


 

Arrangement

Click on a subgroup link below to view the detailed inventory for that subgroup.
I. Management/Administration Subgroup, 1971-1993 (26.5 cubic feet)
II. Legislative Section Subgroup, 1945-1993 (579.5 cubic feet)
III. Personal and Political Files Subgroup, 1923, ca. 1940-1993 (217.5 cubic feet)
IV. Correspondence Subgroup, 1971-1993 (1306 cubic feet)
V. Press Section Subgroup, 1930-1931, 1942-1994 (161.5 cubic feet)
VI. Constituent Services Subgroup, 1971-1993 (259 cubic feet)
VII. State Offices Subgroup, 1921, 1942-1993 (109.5 cubic feet)
VIII. Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1981 (1993-1994) (25.5 cubic feet)
IX. Post Secretary of the Treasury Subgroup, 1995-1998 (5 items)
X. Lewis L. Gould Files Subgroup, 1942-1994 (1 linear foot, 8 inches)

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Casework and personnel files are restricted for 75 years after creation, up to the year 2068.

Use of some audio and video materials is by appointment only; please contact sound archivist.

Use of digital material by appointment only; please contact digital archivist.

Use Restrictions

A portion of these papers is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.


Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Bentsen, Lloyd--Archives.
Subjects (Organizations)
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance.
United States. Congress. Senate.
Subjects
Economics--United States.
Finance--Laws and legislation--United States.
Finance--United States.
Politics, Practical--Texas.
Places
Texas--Politics and government--1951-

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr., Papers, 1921-1998, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin


Detailed Description of the Papers

 

III. Personal and Political Files Subgroup, 1923, ca. 1940-1993
Extent (217.5 cubic feet)

Administrative History
Senator Bentsen and his staff undertook some activities unconnected to his legislative duties or to providing constituent services. These include maintaining Bentsen's personal schedules and office, the planning and coordination of his travels, matters related to his leadership roles in the Democratic Party, and campaign matters.
Bentsen's Executive Assistant maintained the Senator's schedules, materials relating to his travels, and filed the invitations he received. The Executive Assistant worked with Bentsen in Washington.
Much of the material related to Bentsen's Senate campaigns was created and stored in Texas, where his campaign managers worked.
Subgroup Scope and Content Note
Correspondence, printed material, photographic material including prints and videotapes, works of art, and ephemera make up the personal and political materials from Senator Bentsen's office. The Subgroup is divided into two series, Personal/Political Materials, 1923, ca. 1940-1993 (87.5 cubic feet) and Campaign Files, 1970-1992 (144 cubic feet).
The subgroup provides rich information on Bentsen's day-to day activities with schedule, trip, and invitation files, and comprehensive information on the planning, financing, and strategies of his campaigns for Senator, Vice-President, and President. The subgroup includes some personal items, including photographs, gifts, and mementos from his Washington office.
Box
90-287/10 (01008493)Campaign Files Series, 1970-1992
Extent (135.5 cubic feet)
Series Scope and Content Note
Correspondence, clippings and other printed material, reports, schedule and travel files, card files, maps, financial documents, and videotapes provide rich documentation of Lloyd Bentsen's campaigns for the Senate, Presidency, and Vice-Presidency, 1970-1992. Three subseries: Miscellaneous Materials, 1970-1992; Senate Campaigns, 1970-1988; National Campaigns, 1973-1988.
Miscellaneous Campaign Materials Subseries includes ephemeral campaign items such as buttons and stickers, as well as other records, including correspondence from individuals hopeful that Bentsen might run for the presidency in 1992.
Senate Campaigns (1970-1988) contains records created during Bentsen's runs for office in Texas. The sub-series includes correspondence, notes, printed material, financial records, and a variety of other materials reflecting planning, strategy, and research. Many campaign files related to Bentsen's first run for the senate, in 1970, are in the Houston office files. (Consult the State Offices Subgroup portion of the finding aid.) Some photographic material and sound recordings created for Bentsen's campaigns may be found in the External Communication Files. (See the Press Section Subgroup finding aid.)
National Campaigns Subseries documents Bentsen's runs in the 1976 Democratic Party primary and in the 1988 General Election. Bentsen's 1976 campaign files include documentation of planning and fundraising. Organized: General Files and Trip Files (from his Texas offices) and Presidential Campaign Office Files. The 1988 campaign files include extensive files documenting the campaign, created by his staff and Michael Dukakis's campaign staff.
National campaigns:
1976 Presidential campaign:
General files:
Specialized press, 1975
Miscellaneous memorandums from campaign office, 1974-1975
Washington campaign office, March 1976-June 1976
Memorandums from George Shipley, 1975
George Christian memos, 1974-1975
Operating procedures, 1975
Media correspondence, 1973 (1975)
Press list, September 1975
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1974-1976
Senior citizens mailer, February 1975-March 1975
Announcement speech, Presidential, February 1975
George Wallace mailers, August 1975
Young lawyers, February 1975-March 1975
Vietnam park, September 1975-November 1975
Letterheads, 1975?
Henry M. Jackson reconciliation package, June 1975-July 1975
Bentsen financial statements, 1975-1976
Presidential primary scheduling, March 1975
Trial lawyers, January 1975-February 1975
Flyers--Arnold Bennett, March, 1975-October 1975
General political, February 1975
Fred Harris, May 1975
Sue Elsenbrook memos, 1974-1975
Gary Bushell memos, July 1975-December 1975
Jim Burton memos, 1975
An evening with the Bentsens dinner/reception, Houston, September 1975-November 1975
May 7, 1975 dinner, Hay's home, March 1975-May 1975
L. R. Letscher correspondence, 1973 (1975)
Fall evening with the Bentsens information, September 1975-December 1975
Houston dinner, R. Hardy file, September 1975
Morris Udall mailers, July 1975
Fall campaign organizational chart, undated
Loyd Hackler memos, (1974) 1975
Mike Hebert memos, 1975-1976
Bob Heller memos and letters, February 1976-March 1976
Bob Healy memos, 1974 (1975)
Joe Priester, Sherman file memos, 1974-1975
Ron Platt memos, 1975
Ben Palumbo memos, 1975
Shriver information, 1975
Pittsburgh Insurance Club, 1974 (1975)
Promotional file mailings, 1975
Record layouts, YC, 1974
Houston dinner, sponsors and patrons, [November 14, 1975]
Fundraising letters, M-Z, March 1975
Jim Skinner memos, 1975
Fundraising follow-up letters, April 1975-May 1975
Critical path, 1975
Literature, samples of Bentsen campaign materials, 1975-1976
Transportation, proposed national transportation policy by Ken Good, July 1975
George Shipley memos, 1974-1975
Fundraising letters, A-M, March 1975
Legislative initiative, Senator Bentsen, 1971-1972, 1974-1976
Box
90-287/11 (01007480)General election schedule [draft?], December 6, 1976
Senator's schedules, 1976
Budget, 1976
Contributors' dinner, 1975
Contributors' dinner, November 2, 1973, 1975, undated
TMA, Phil Overton, 1976
Memorandums from George Bristol, 1975-1975
Memoranda, 1973-1975
Texas Trial Lawyers Association, 1976
Association of Southwestern Meat Packers, 1975-1976
Para-mutual supporters, June 1975
Memo file, January 1975-November 1975
Memorandums to Rainbolt, 1974-1975
Memorandums from George Shipley, 1973-1974
Sherman file, newsletter and postcard mailings, 1974-1975
Finance Commission, February 19, 1976
Letter of thanks from LMB announcing withdrawal from Presidential race, 1975-1976
Ben Palumbo, correspondence folder 1, 1973-1975
Ben Palumbo, correspondence folder 2, 1956 (1973-1976)
Memorandums from Ron Platt, 1974-1975
Memorandums from Vic Fingerhut, 1974-1975
Texas presidential primary delegate selection committees, 1975-1976
Memorandums from Jack Albertine, 1975
Campaign demographics, 1975
Volunteer organization, 1975
Memorandums from Loyd Hackler, 1973-1975
Presidential delegate nominees, undated
Box
90-287/12 (01008518)Federal employee solicitation case, 1975-1976
Finance committee mailer, March 1976
HVASTA American Public Research Council, 1967, 1974-1975
Insurance industry, 1975
Insurance, life underwriters letter, 1976
Jewish file, 1974, undated
Jewish list, 1976, 1980
3M correspondence, 1976
3M thank you letters, 1976
Agriculture, 1973-1976
Air transportation, 1975
A&M mailer, December 4, 1975
Fall fundraiser, Kenneth Bentsen architect letters, 1976
Catholic priests, Texas, April 21, 1976
Memos to Jerry Adams, computer file, 1974-1975
Associated General Contractors, 1975
Associations, status of letters, 1976
Bentsen mailers, copyright and layout, 1975-1976
Bentsen professorship, 1974, 1976
Builders, 1976
Computer file, general memos, 1972, 1974-1975
Computer contracts, 1974, 1976
Computer expenditures, Rule 42, 1975
Cotton farmers, October 29, 1976
Contributor and supporter sample cards, 1976
Congressional computer, undated
Computer systems, urban data processing, April 1973, undated
World One system, 1974-1975
Letters support, 1974-1976
Support letters, 1975
Sample letters, 1976-1977
Sample form letters, 1975
Out-of-state contributors thank you letters (Senate), 1976
Family contributions, 1975
Contribution statement from Judy Hoyt, 1975-1976
Contributors, $250 and up to $1000, 1974-1976
Texas Senate contributors, thank you letters, 1976
Dean Cobb file, 1976
George Bristol contributors work, 1973, 1975
C.V. Wood, August 3, 1975
Box
90-287/86 (02804676)Campaign contributions, 1975-1976
Campaign finances, 1975
Campaign materials, 1972 (1974-1975)
Connecticut media, June 1975
Florida media, 1975
Fundraising, 1974-1975
Invitations, 1975
Media, 1975
News release and photo, Jim Wells photographs, March 15, 1975
Box
3V227Jim Wells photographs, February 1975-March 1975
Photographs II, 1974-1975
Box
90-287/86 (02804676)Press clippings, 1975
Press clips, 1975
Thank you letters, B. A. Bentsen, Oklahoma, February 2, 1976
Thank you letters, Oklahoma, February 2, 1976
Trip files, March 1974-November 1975
[photos removed to 3V226]
Trips, background memos, 1975
Box
90-287/88 (02794812)Jewish leaders, list of young Jewish leaders who met with LMB, 1975
Land use, June 1976
L. B. J. School alumni letter, December 13, 1974
L. B. J. School curriculum, February 1975
L. B. J. School faculty, September 1974
Willacy County land sales, 1980
McGovern direct mail, August 1975
Senate computer master file, 1974-1975
LIB list, June 4, 1976
Mailing list, American, D. and B., Horchow, 1974-1975
National file, Compac, Inc., August 1974-November 1974
Oklahoma precinct information, 1976
Oklahoma file, 1976
Strider Systems, Inc., proposal, January 1975
Compac/Burton mailers, January 1975-May 1975
Computer expenditures, 1975-1976
County books, 1973-1974
Bernard Rapoport support letter, June 1976-July 1976
Direct mail--samples, 1975
Duns review mailer, May 1975-June 1975
Bentsen 1976, direct mail program, 1974-1976
National Rifle Association list, undated
Oil and gas mailer, February 1976-April 1976
Bentsen 1976 mailings, 1975-1976
Bentsen family correspondence, 1973-1976
Demographics material, 1974-1976
Box
90-287/89 (02805271)Fundraising quotas by counties, October 1975
1974 Senate races, 1974
Dallas office inventory, 1976 campaign, March 10, 1978
(loose report)
Attitudes of Texas voters toward U. S. Senator Bentsen, December 1975
(loose report)
"Alphabetical Listing of 1972 Presidential Campaign Receipts," 1973
(loose report)
Box
90-287/76 (01006986)Trip files:
1973 (1974-1975)
Box
90-287/80 (01007118)Senator and Mrs. Bentsen, 1975
Box
90-287/81 (01007093) December 1974-June 1975
Box
90-287/13 (01007424) June 12, 1975-October 9, 1975
Box
90-287/78 (01006818) October 11, 1975-February 12, 1976
Box
90-287/82 (02805293)Invitation reports, 1972-1974 (1975)
Box
90-287/90 (02804712)Invitations, regrets and suspend, 1972-1974 (1975)
Box
90-287/91 (02805307)Invitations and trip files, 1972-1975
Box
90-287/14 (01008777)Correspondence:
State files:
Alabama-Texas, 1973-1974 (1975)
Box
90-287/67 (01006793)Texas-Washington, 1974-1975
Washington, District of Columbia, 1974-1975
Box
90-287/77 (01006851)West Virginia-Wyoming and out of country, 1973 (1974-1975)
Alphabetical files and Presidential correspondence, A-Z, 1974 (1975)
Box
90-287/79 (01006997)Printed material:
"Opinions and Preferences of Voters in Texas," 1975
(loose reports)
"Opinions and Preferences of Voters in Texas," 1975
News clippings, 1973 (1974-1976)
Texas stats '72, 1974
(loose report)
"Joint Center for Political Studies Guide to Black Politics '72, Part II: The Republican Convention," 1972
(loose report)
"Compliance with Federal Election Campaign Requirements," 1976
(loose report)
1975 Republican Almanac, 1975
(loose report)
"Texas Monthly Presidential Preference Poll," 1975
(loose report)
"A Congressional Candidate's Urban Issues Portfolio," [1970]
(loose binder)
"A Survey of the Political Climate in Texas," 1973
(loose report)
Box
LMB 2 (07248900)Campaign notebooks, 1974-1976
Box
2.116/OD 1177"Bentsen for President" poster, 1976
Box
88-66/511 (02804199)Presidential campaign office files:
State files:
Alabama, A-M, 1974-1975
Alabama, N-Z, 1973-1975
Alaska, 1974-1975
Arizona, Media, 1974-1975
Arizona, A-M, 1974-1975
Arizona, N-Z, 1974-1975
Arkansas, A-M, 1974-1975
Arkansas, N-Z, 1973-1975
California, A, 1974-1975
California, B, 1973-1975
California, C, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/512 (02804257)California, D, 1974-1975
California, E, 1973-1975
California, F, 1974-1975
California, G, 1974-1975
California, H, 1974-1975
California, I
(empty folder)
California, J, 1973-1975
California, K, 1974-1975
California, L, 1974-1975
California, M, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/513 (02804268)California, N, 1974-1975
California, O, 1974-1975
California, P, 1974-1975
California, Q
California, R, 1973-1975
California, S, 1973-1975
California, T, 1974-1975
California, U-V, 1973-1975
California, W, 1973-1975
California, Y-Z, 1974-1975
California, Poll, 1975
California, 1974-1975
California, Media, 1973-1975
California, Political Animal, 1974-1975
California, guest lists & invitations, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/514 (02804166)Cerrell, 1973-1975
Cerrell, 1974-1975
Colorado, A, 1973-1975
Colorado, B, 1973-1975
Colorado, C-D, 1974-1975
Colorado, E-F, 1973-1975
Colorado, G-I, 1973-1975
Colorado, J-L, 1973-1975
Colorado, M-O, 1974-1975
Colorado, P-R, 1974-1975
Colorado, S-T, 1973-1975
Colorado, U-W, 1974-1975
Colorado, X-Z, 1973-1975
Connecticut, A-B, 1974-1975
Connecticut, C-D, 1974
Connecticut, E-F, 1974-1975
Connecticut, G-H, 1974-1975
Connecticut, I-K, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/515 (02804213)Connecticut, L-M, 1974-1975
Connecticut, N-P, 1974-1975
Connecticut, Q-S, 1974-1975
Connecticut, T-W, 1974-1975
Connecticut, X-Z, 1974
Delaware, 1973-1975
Don Herzberg, Georgetown University, 1974-1975
Florida, A-B, 1973-1975
Florida, C-D, 1974-1975
Florida, E-H, 1973-1975
Florida, I-K, 1974-1975
Florida, L-M, 1974-1975
Florida, N-P, 1974-1975
Florida, Q-S, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/516 (02804235)Florida, T-V, 1974-1975
Florida, W-Z, 1974-1975
Florida, Media, 1974-1975
Georgia, A-B, 1973-1975
Georgia, C-D, 1973-1975
Georgia, E-F, 1974-1975
Georgia, G-I, 1974-1975
Georgia, J-L, 1974-1975
Georgia, M-O, 1973-1975
Georgia, P-Q, 1973-1975
Georgia, R-S, 1974-1975
Georgia, T-V, 1974-1975
Georgia, W-Z, 1973-1975
Georgia, Media, 1974-1975
Guam, 1974
Hawaii, 1974-1975
Idaho, A-M, 1974-1975
Idaho, N-Z, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/517 (02804202)Illinois, A-B, 1974-1975
Illinois, C-D, 1974-1975
Illinois, E-G, 1974-1975
Illinois, H-J, 1973-1975
Illinois, K-M, 1974-1975
Illinois, N-P, 1974-1975
Illinois, Q-S. 1973-1975
Illinois, T-V, 1974-1975
Illinois, W-Z, 1974-1975
Indiana, A-G, 1974-1975
Indiana, H-L, 1974-1975
Indiana, M-R, 1974-1975
Indiana, S-Z, 1974-1975
Indiana, Media, 1974
Box
88-66/518 (02804188)Iowa, A-G, 1973-1975
Iowa, H-R, 1973-1974
Iowa, S-Z, 1973-1975
Iowa, Media, 1973-1975
Kansas. A-E, 1973-1975
Kansas, F-M, 1973-1975
Kansas, N-Z, 1973-1975
Kansas, Media, 1974
Kentucky, A-H, 1973-1975
Kentucky, I-P, 1974-1975
Kentucky, Q-Z, 1974-1975
Kentucky, Media
(empty folder)
Louisiana, A-B, 1974-1975
Louisiana, C-D, 1974-1975
Louisiana, E-H, 1973-1975
Louisiana, I-L, 1973-1975
Louisiana, M-N, 1973-1975
Louisiana, O-S, 1973-1975
Louisiana, T-Z, 1974-1975
Louisiana, Media, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/519 (02804224)Maine, A-M, 1974-1975
Maine, N-Z, 1974-1975
Maryland, A-D, 1974-1975
Maryland, E-H, 1974-1975
Maryland, I-L, 1974-1975
Maryland, M-P, 1973-1975
Maryland, Q-Z, 1973-1975
Maryland, Media, 1974
Massachusetts, A-E, 1974-1975
Massachusetts, F-I, 1973-1975
Massachusetts, J-L, 1973-1975
Massachusetts, M-P, 1974-1975
Massachusetts, Q-T, 1974-1975
Massachusetts, U-Z, 1974-1975
Massachusetts, Media, 1974
Michigan, A-B, 1974-1975
Michigan, C-D, 1974-1975
Michigan, E-G, 1974-1975
Michigan, H-J, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/520 (02804155)Michigan, K-M, 1974-1975
Michigan, N-Q, 1974-1975
Michigan, R-S, 1974-1975
Michigan, T-U, 1974-1975
Michigan, V-Z, 1974-1975
Michigan, Media, 1974-1975
Minnesota, A-H, 1974-1975
Minnesota, I-L, 1974-1975
Minnesota, M-R, 1975
Minnesota, S-Z, 1974-1975
Mississippi, A-E, 1974-1975
Mississippi, F-M, 1973-1975
Mississippi, N-S, 1973-1975
Mississippi, T-Z, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/521 (02804246)Missouri, A-D, 1974-1975
Missouri, E-G, 1974-1975
Missouri, H-J, 1974-1975
Missouri, K-N, 1974-1975
Missouri, O-S, 1973-1975
Missouri, T-Z, 1973-1975
Missouri, Media, 1974-1975
Montana, A-M, 1974
Montana, N-Z, 1974-1975
Nevada, A-M, 1973-1975
Nevada, N-Z, 1974-1975
New Hampshire, B-D, 1973-1975
New Hampshire, E-G, 1973-1974
New Hampshire, H-J, 1973-1975
New Hampshire, K-O, 1973-1975
New Hampshire, P-S, 1973-1975
New Hampshire, T-Z, 1973-1975
New Hampshire, Media, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/522 (02803899)New Jersey, A, 1973-1975
New Jersey, B, 1973-1975
New Jersey, C, 1973-1975
New Jersey, D-E, 1973-1975
New Jersey, F-G, 1973-1975
New Jersey, H-I, 1973-1975
New Jersey, J-K, 1973-1975
New Jersey, L, 1973-1975
New Jersey, M, 1973-1975
New Jersey, N-O, 1973-1975
New Jersey, P-R, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/523 (02803924)New Jersey, S-T, 1974-1975
New Jersey, V-Z, 1974-1975
New Jersey, Media, 1974-1975
New Mexico, A-B, 1974-1975
New Mexico, C-G, 1974-1975
New Mexico, H-K, 1974-1975
New Mexico, L-S, 1974-1975
New Mexico, T-Z, 1974-1975
New Mexico, Media, 1974-1975
New York, A, 1974-1975
New York, B, 1974-1975
New York, C, 1974-1975
New York, CRC, undated
Box
88-66/524 (02803913)New York, D, 1974-1975
New York, E, 1974-1975
New York, F, 1973-1975
New York, G, 1973-1975
New York, H, 1973-1975
New York, I, 1974-1975
New York, J, 1974-1975
New York, K, 1973-1975
New York, L, 1973-1975
New York, Mc, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/525 (02803902)New York, M, 1973-1975
New York, N, 1973-1975
New York, O, 1973-1975
New York, P-Q, 1973-1975
New York, R, 1973-1975
New York, S, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/526 (02804144)New York, T, 1974-1975
New York, U, 1974-1975
New York, V, 1973-1975
New York, W, 1973-1975
New York, X-Z, 1973-1975
New York, Clarke Young, 1973-1975
New York, Media A-M, 1973-1975
New York, Media N-Z, 1973-1975
New York, Jim Kiss, 1973-1974
New York, Matt Lifflander, 1973-1974
Box
88-66/527 (02804177)North Carolina, A-F, 1973-1975
North Carolina, G-M, 1973-1975
North Carolina, N-R, 1974-1975
North Carolina, S-Z, 1974-1976
North Dakota, 1973-1975
Ohio, A-B, 1974-1975
Ohio, C-E, 1973-1975
Ohio, F-H, 1973-1976
Ohio, I-L, 1973-1975
Ohio, M-N, 1973-1975
Ohio, O-R, 1973-1975
Ohio, S-U, 1973-1975
Ohio, V-Z, 1974-1975
Ohio, 1974
Ohio, Media, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/528 (02804020)Ohio, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Ohio, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Ohio, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Ohio, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Oklahoma, A-M, 1973-1975
Oklahoma, N-Z, 1973-1975
Oklahoma, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Oklahoma, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Oklahoma, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Oklahoma, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Oregon, A-Z, 1974-1975
Oregon, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Oregon, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Pennsylvania, A-B, 1974-1975
Pennsylvania, C-D, 1973-1976
Pennsylvania, E-F, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/529 (02803833)Pennsylvania, G-H, 1974-1975
Pennsylvania, I-K, 1973-1975
Pennsylvania, L, 1974-1975
Pennsylvania, M, 1973-1975
Pennsylvania, N-P, 1973-1975
Pennsylvania, Q-S, 1973-1975
Pennsylvania, T-Z, 1973-1975
Pennsylvania, General, 1973-1974
Pennsylvania, Media, 1973-1975
Box
88-66/530 (02803844)Pennsylvania, A-G, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Pennsylvania, H-L, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Pennsylvania, M-Q, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Pennsylvania, R-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Rhode Island, A-H, 1974-1975
Rhode Island, I-Z, 1974-1976
Rhode Island, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Rhode Island, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
South Carolina, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
South Carolina, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
South Carolina, A-D, 1974-1975
South Carolina, E-N, 1974-1975
South Carolina, O-Z, 1973-1975
South Dakota, 1974-1975
South Dakota, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
South Dakota, N-Z, July 9, 1975, January 9, 1976
Tennessee, A-B, 1975
Tennessee, C-D, 1974-1975
Tennessee, E-G, 1974-1975
Tennessee, H-J, 1974-1975
Tennessee, K-M, 1974-1975
Tennessee, N-P, 1974-1975
Tennessee, Q-R, 1975
Tennessee, S. 1974-1975
Box
88-66/531 (02803811)Tennessee, T-V, 1974-1975
Tennessee, W-Z, 1973-1975
Tennessee, Media, 1974-1975
Tennessee, A-I, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Tennessee, J-P, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Tennessee. Q-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Texas, R-T, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Texas, U-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Texas, A-G, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Texas, A-G, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Texas, H-L, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Texas, M-Q, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Utah, A-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976, 1974-1975
Utah, A-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Vermont, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Vermont, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Virginia, A-F, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Virginia, G-L, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Virginia, M-R, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Virginia, S-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Washington, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Washington, N-Z
(empty folder)
West Virginia, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
West Virginia, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Wisconsin, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Wisconsin, N-Z, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Wyoming, A-M, July 9, 1975-January 9, 1976
Wyoming, N-Z
(empty folder)
Out of Country, 1974-1975
Puerto Rico
(empty folder)
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88-66/532 (02804053)Florida, Labor, 1975
Virginia, Labor
(empty folder)
Washington, D. C., Labor, 1974-1975
New Jersey, Labor
(empty folder
Ohio, Labor, 1974-1975
Illinois, Labor, 1974-1975
New York, Labor, 1974
California, Labor, 1974-1975
Media, miscellaneous, 1974-1975
Pennsylvania, 1974-1975
Postcards
Michigan, Labor
(empty folder)
Alphabetized carbon copies of outgoing letters, mostly dated in December, 1975, and January, 1976
(to be inter-filed with State Files) [about 4″]
Box
88-66/533 (02804086)Media files:
Arkansas, Media, 1975
Utah, Committee, 1975
Kansas, Committee, 1975
California, Media, 1974
Colorado, Media, 1974-1975
Canada, 1975
Miami Press, 1975
Jacksonville, Florida Press, 1975
Georgia, Media, 1974
Hawaii, Media, 1975
Chicago, undated
Illinois, Media, 1974 (1975)
Indiana, Media, 1975
Kansas, 1974-1975
Kansas Press, 1975
Kentucky, 1974-1975
Louisiana, Media, 1975
Maryland, Media, 1974
Massachusetts, 1975
Prince Georges City, Maryland, 1975
Missouri, Media, 1974-1975
Michigan, Media, 1974-1975
New Jersey, Media, 1974-1975
Jersey City, New Jersey Press, 1974
New Hampshire, 1974-1975
Nebraska, undated
New Mexico, Media, undated
North Carolina, Media, 1974
New Mexico Press, 1975
Charlotte, North Carolina, 1975
New York City, 1974-1975
New York, Media, 1974-1975
NYC Press, 1974-1975
New York, Media List, undated
Ohio, Media, 1974-1975
Cincinnati, 1974-1975
Cleveland Press, 1974-1975
Pennsylvania, Media, 1973-1975
Pennsylvania Press, 1974-1976
Philadelphia, Media, 1974-1976
Pittsburgh Press, 1975
Box
88-66/534 (02804097)Rhode Island, Media, 1974-1975
South Carolina, Media, 1975
Tennessee, Media, 1974-1975
Virginia, Press Releases, 1975
Virginia Press, 1974-1975
Virginia, Media, 1974-1975
Wisconsin, Media, 1974-1975
West Virginia, Media, 1974-1975
Wyoming, Media, 1974-1975
Box
88-66/536 (02804075)Precinct election reports:
Oklahoma Call List:
Adair County, 1975
Atoka County, 1975
Bethany, undated
Bryan County, 1975-1976
Caddo County, 1975-1976
Canadian County, 1975
Carter County, 1975
Cherokee, County, 1975
Choctow County, 1975-1976
Commanche County, 1975
Craig County, 1975
Creek County, 1975
Custer County, 1975-1976
Delaware County, 1975
Dewey County, 1976
Edmund, undated
Ellis County, 1975-1976
Garfield County, 1975-1976
Garvin County, 1975-1976
Grant County, 1975-1976
Greer County, 1975-1976
Harmon County, undated
Harper County, 1975-1976
Haskell County, 1975-1976
Hughes County, 1975
Jackson County, 1975
Johnston County, 1975
Kay, 1975-1976
Kingfisher County, 1975-1976
Lincoln County, 1975-1976
Marshall County, 1975-1976
Mayes County, 1975
McClain County, 1975
McIntosh County, 1975-1976
Murray County,
(empty folder)
Muskogee County, OKLA., 1975
Noble County, 1975-1976
Okfuskee County, 1975-1976
Box
88-66/537 (02804042)Oklahoma, 1975
Oklahoma City, 1976
Okmulgee County, 1975-1976
Osage County, 1975
Ottawa County, 1975
Pawnee County, 1975-1976
Payne County, 1975-1976
Pittsburg County, 1975
Pontotoc County, 1975
Pushmataha County, 1975
Rogers County, 1975
Seminole, 1975
Sequoyah County, 1975
Stephen County, 1975
Tillman County, 1975
Tulsa County, 1975-1976
Wagoner County, 1975-1976
Washington County, 1975
Box
88-66/538 (02804031)General correspondence:
Alpha file:
A, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
B, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
C, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
D, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
E, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
F, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
Box
88-66/539 (02804111)G, June-December 1975
H, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
I, August-December 1975
Extent [two folders]
J, July-December 1975
Extent [two folders]
K, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
L, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
M, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
Box
88-66/540 (02803990)Mc, July-December 1975
N, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
O, July-December 1975
Extent [two folders]
Out of Country, October 9, 1975
P, July-December 1975
Extent [two folders]
Q, July-November 1975
Extent [two folders]
R, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
S, July-December 1975
Extent [three folders]
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88-66/541 (02804010)Q, February-March 1975
R, January-April 1975
S, Sa-Sj January-April 1975|Sk-Sz January-April 1975
T, January-April 1975
U, February-April 1975
V, March-July 1975
W, January
X (empty folder)
Y, February-April 1975
Z, January-July 1975
Box
88-66/542 (02804064)Invitation Declines, 1975-February 18, 1976
Extent (5 folders)
Ballot Removal, California, Georgia, North Carolina, February 18, 1976
Support, 1976
Thank You's, 1975-1976
Campaign Information, January 1976
Invitation Acknowledgements, December 1975-February 1976
Invitation Declines, January 1976-February 1976
Original folders
Box
88-66/543 (02804100)Thank You's to Donors, November 20, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, November 18, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, May 27, 1976
Thank You's to Donors, March 12, 1976
Thank You's to Donors, September 24, 1975, December 8, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, February 25, 1976
Thank You's to Donors, January 6, 1976
Box
88-66/544 (02803980)Thank You's to Donors, December 3, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, August 8, 1975, August 13, 1975, August 22, 1975, September 24, 1975, September 26 1975, November 17, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, July 8, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, July 8, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, June 2, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, May 14, 1975, May 20, 1975, May 22, 1975, May 30, 1975, June 4, 1975, June 5, 1975, June 6, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, May 1975
Box
88-66/545 (02804009)Thank You's to Donors, May 1, 1975, May 5, 1975, May 8, 1975, May 13, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, April 4, 1975, April 7, 1975, April 10, 1975, April 16, 1975, April 17, 1975, April 22, 1975, April 23, 1975, May 1, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, March 10, 1975, March 17, 1975, March 27, 1975
Thank You's to Donors, February 1975
Box
88-66/546 (02804280)Schedules:
Schedules (Long Range, January 8, 1975-January 4, 1976), (Daily, February 7, 1975-July 11, 1975), (Trip, March 8, 1975-July 31, 1975), (Miscellaneous, May 5, 1975-July 31, 1975)
Schedules--October, October 2-30, 1975
Schedules--June, May 20, 1975-June 27, 1975
Schedules--July, July 2-30, 1975
Schedules--August, August 13-26, 1975
State Campaign Chairman Appointments, April 14, 1975-May 20, 1975
State Finance Director Appointments, April 14, 1975-May 30, 1975
Rochelle's Letters, April 21, 1975-July 1, 1975
Follow Up Letters for Schedules, May 14-28, 1975
Speeches, Press Releases, May 18, 1975-June 9, 1975
Volunteer Projects
Box
88-66/547 (02803979)Trip files:
March 13, 1974--Washington, D. C., Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, 1974
March 14, 15, and 18--Boston-Dallas-Houston, 1974
March 29-April 1--Detroit-Durham, North Carolina-Hartford, Connecticut-Huntington, West Virginia, 1974
April 5, 1974--La Porte, Indiana, 1974
April 4-5, 1974--Dayton-Boca Raton, 1973-1974
April 16-22, 1974--Salt Lake City, New York City, Houston, and Dallas, 1974
April 8, 9, 1974--Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1973-1974
April 23, 1974--Boston, Massachusetts, 1974
April 25, 1974--Miami Beach, Florida, 1974
April 26, 1974--Ashland, Kentucky, 1974
April 27, 1974--Piedmont County, North Carolina, 1974
April 29, 1974--Baltimore, Maryland, 1974
April 30, 1974--Washington, D. C., U. S. Chamber of Commerce, 1974
May 2-6, 1974--Miami-Scottsdale-New Orleans, 1974
May 3, 1974--San Antonio, Texas, 1974
May 9-13, 1974--Savannah-Atlanta-Princeton-New York-Bethany, West Virginia, 1974
May 14, 1974--Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1974
May 16-20, 1974--New York City-Arlington, Texas-Houston-Denver, 1973-1974
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88-66/548 (02803822)May 21-28, 1974--Chicago, Cincinnati-San Francisco-Los Angeles-Houston, 1973-1974
June 5, 1974--Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1974
June 8-10, 1974--Tulsa-Houston, 1974
June 19, 1974--Camden County, New Jersey, 1974
June 20-23, 1974--Houston-Arlington-San Diego, 1974
June 19, 1974--New York, New York (telethon auction), 1974
June 20, 1974--National Conference of Christians and Jews--Houston, Texas, 1974
June 22-23, 1974--Washington, D. C. (Perspectives), 1974
June 27-July 1, 1974--El Paso-Midland/Odessa-Austin-Dallas-Los Angeles, 1973-1974
July 2, 1974--Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1973-1974
July 11-15, 1974--Philadelphia-Los Angeles-San Diego-San Francisco, 1974
July 19, 1974--Hartford, Connecticut, 1974
July 21, 1974--Fairfax, Virginia, 1974
July 24, 1974--New York, New York, 1974
August 8, 1974--Charlotte, North Carolina, 1974
August 10, 1974--Bristol, Virginia, 1974
August 12, 1974--San Antonio, Texas, 1974
August 14-18, 1974--Albuquerque-Los Angeles-San Diego-Los Angeles, 1974
August 21-22, 1974--Newark, New Jersey-New York City, 1974
August 23-30, 1974--Carmel, California (Private Trip), 1974
September 1, 1974--Houston, Texas, 1974
September 1-4, 1974--Houston-Washington-Houston-Amarillo-San Angelo-San Antonio, 1974
September 6, 1974--Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, undated
September 7, 1974--Indianapolis, Indiana, 1974
September 9, 1974--Austin, Texas, 1974
September 13, 1974--Dallas, Texas, 1974
September 12-13, 1974--New York City-Kansas City, Missouri, 1974
September 16-17, 1974--St. Louis-Austin, 1974
September 14-15, 1974--Charleston, West Virginia-Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1974
Box
88-66/549 (02804122)September 18, 1974--New York City, New York, 1974
September 19-20, 1974--New York, New York, 1974
September 21, 1974--Indiana, 1974
September 27-30, 1974--Austin-Corpus Christi-McAllen-Brownsville-Detroit, 1973-1974
October 4-6, 1974--Lansing-Wichita, San Antonio-Dallas, 1974
October 7 & 8, 1974--Atlanta-Miami Beach, 1974
October 10-12, 1974--Boston-Rochester, New York, 1974
October 13-16, 1974--West Palm Beach-San Francisco-Los Angeles, 1974
October 17, 1974--Nashville, Tennessee, 1974
October 17, 1974--Richmond Virginia, 1974
October 22, 1974--P. A. Trip, 1974
October 24, 1974--Mercer County, New Jersey, undated
October 25-30, 1974--Gainesville-Portland-Stockton-Albuquerque-Lubbock-Dallas-Wichita Falls-New York, 1974
October 31, 1974--New York City-Pittsburgh, 1974
November 1, 1974--Houston, Texas, 1974
November 3, 1974--Dallas, Texas, 1974
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88-66/550 (02803877)November 8, 1974--Boston-Hartford, 1974
November 10, 1974--Houston, Texas, 1974
November 19-20, 1974--Lafayette, Louisiana-Tallahassee, Florida, 1974
November 17, 1974--Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1974-1975
November 18, 1974--Palm Beach, Florida, 1974
November 21-25, 1974--Waco-San Marcos-Austin-Victoria-McAllen, 1974
November 26, 1974--New York, New York, 1974
December 1-3, 1974--Houston-New York City, 1974
December 5, 1974--Las Vegas, Nevada, 1974
December 6-8, 1974--Kansas City, Kansas, 1974
December 9, 1974--Detroit, Michigan, 1974
December 10-12, 1974--Atlanta-Savannah, 1974
December 13, 1974--Los Angeles, California, 1974
December 14-26, 1974--Atlanta-Brownsville-Dallas-Houston, 1974
Miscellaneous Schedule Information, February-December, 1974
Box
88-66/551 (02803866)Texas primary nominating petitions:
Petition Up-Date
(empty folder)
Bentsen petitions:
DSC [Delegate Selection Committee] complete, 1975-1976
Box
88-66/552 (02803888)Receipts for Petitions, Secretary of States Office, February 2, 1976
Bentsen petitions:
January Contributions, Departments 40-54
Presidential Nominating Process, 1974-1975
Box
93-138/103 (00379183)1988 Vice-Presidential campaign:
Lloyd Bentsen travel schedule, August-November 1988
Dukakis/Bentsen schedule, 1988
"Procedures, Decisions and Goals of Vice Presidential Transition," November 4, 1988
Dukakis/Bentsen campaign travel schedule books:
July 12-September 17, 1988
Box
93-139/398 (00439274) September-October 1988
September 19-November 9, 1988
(loose binders)
Briefing papers for Vice Presidential Debate
Box
93-138/400 (00439730)Trip schedules, Senator Bentsen, Omaha, Nebraska, 1988 Vice Presidential Debate, October 5, 1988
Box
93-138/532 (00439219)Transcript, "Meet the Press," Bentsen, August 28, 1988
Transcript of news programs, September-October 1988
"Party Lines," October 1988
Campaign schedules for Bentsen, September-November 1988
Background and accomplishments, Senator Bentsen, undated
1988 Campaign, Democratic National Committee, September-November 1988
Vote recounts, November 1988
Q&A's, Italian newspaper, September-October 1988
Campaign material, 1988
Campaign schedule for Mike Dukakis, October-November 1988
Jesse Jackson schedule, October 1988
Campaign literature, September-November 1988
Box
93-138/560 (00153125)Background materials for Senator Bentsen on his legislative accomplishments, July 1988
Box
329-89-13/101 (02175435)Correspondence:
Regarding Senator Bentsen/Daniel Quayle vice-presidential debate, October 1988
Box
329-89-13/102 (02177215)Regarding Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen campaign:
November 1988
Box
329-89-13/103 (01844450) October-November 1988
Box
329-89-13/104 (02177306 September-November 1988
Box
329-89-13/105 (00438828) September-November 1988
Box
329-89-13/106 (01842272) August-October 1988
Ad hocs, September-October 1988
Box
329-89-13/107 (01809109)Ad hocs, September-October 1988
No action required letters, 1988
Form letter texts and miscellaneous material, 1988
B.A. Bentsen's six grain bread recipes, undated
Daily highlights, 1988
Bentsen war article, May 7, 1985
Bentsen convention speech, July 23, 1988
Phone logs, September 1988
Miscellaneous news articles from fax, September 1988
Form letter responses, August 1988
State democratic headquarters list, September 1988
Bentsen's talking points, July 1988
Staff and volunteer phone lists, 1988
Dukakis biography, undated
Bentsen biography, undated
Victory Fund 1988, forms, undated
Democratic National Platform, 1988
Letter #1 mailing list, undated
Box
329-89-13/108 (01842964)Mike Dukakis on the issues, undated
Joe O'Neill correspondence, August-September 1988
Miscellaneous campaign material, 1988
Omaha debate, October 1988
Miscellaneous telephone messages, 1988
Original issue sheets, 1988
Visitor's book from suite at democratic convention in Atlanta, July 1988
October fundraiser materials:
Fundraiser, October 4 letter, 1988
Contributor correspondence, September 1988
Contributors, 1988
Lists, fundraiser, undated
Box
93-138/362A (00376367)Miscellaneous, 1976, 1982 (1988)
Quayle information, 1982-1988
Staff memos, 1987 (1988)
Dukakis information, 1988
Financial and medical information, 1971, 1974, 1987 (1988)
Dukakis positions, 1988
1988 vice-presidential campaign, Dukakis speeches, 1988
Comments on Bentsen nomination, 1988
1988 vice-presidential campaign, Bentsen family speeches, July-September, 1988
1988 presidential campaign, George Bush, 1988
Box
329-89-13/109 (01844176)Campaign materials from Michael Levy, 1988
Newspaper clippings from Democratic convention, 1988
Newpaper clippings, from Dallas office, August-December 1988
Box
93-138/401 (01062353)Videotapes (VHS format):
"Newsmaker Sunday," October 30, 1988
"CBS Evening News," November 1, 1988
Senator Bentsen November 3, 1988
Media Monitor Boston, Bentsen interview with McNeil/Lehrer; CBS Rather special on guns, November 3, 1988
"Meet the Press" and "Face the Nation," November 6, 1988
"Face the Nation," November 6, 1988
"Meet the Press," November 6, 1988
Media Monitor Boston, "Face the Nation," Bentsen & Bush family, "Meet the Press," Bentsen & Bob ?, November 6, 1988;November 6, 1988
Media Monitor Boston, Bentsen satellite interviews, October 21, 1988
Dukakis on "Nightline," October 24, 1988
Media Monitor Boston, George Bush in Los Angeles & Bentsen satellite interviews, October 27, 1988
Media Monitor Boston, Bentsen student teleconference, October 19, 1988
Media Monitor Boston, Dukakis/Bentsen rally, Sacramento, California, October 14, 1988
Media Monitor Boston, Bentsen satellite feeds (Houston), October 7, 1988
"McNeil-Lehrer News Hour," October 5, 1988; What Colleagues Think of Senator Bentsen, DQ (Roger Mudd), first segment
Welfare reform education, Mike Dukakis, 1988
"McNeil-Lehrer News Hour," Bentsen/Quayle, plant closings, April 22, 1988
Daily News?
"Texas Political Story," July 13, 1988; "Meet the Press," August 28, 1988; "Face the Nation," October 16, 1988; "This Week with David Brinkley," October 23, 1988
C-Span convention coverage, July 21, 1988
(two tapes)
News and convention, August 16, 1988
Media Monitor Boston: network campaign highlights, October 2-7, 1988
Tillett/Goetz; CNP/Foley, September 9, 1988
"CBS This Morning," September 26, 1988
Bush campaign talk shows, 1988
"CBS National News," October 4, 1988
Media Monitor Boston: Bentsen rally/satellite feed, October 4, 1988
Box
93-138/23A (01064552)Vanda Bruce McMurtry files:
George Bush and Dan Quayle legislative records, September 23, 1988
(loose binder)
Dukakis policy summaries, [1988]
Senator Bentsen, debate materials, August 27, 1988
(loose binders)
George Bush and Dan Quayle legislative record and positions, 1988
(loose binders)
Bentsen issue summaries, September 12, 1988
(loose binder)
Box
93-138/25A (00438726)Congressional Record statements by Senator Dan Quayle, 1985-1988
(loose binder)
Box
93-138/26 (00403426)Congressional Record statements by Senator Dan Quayle, 1981-1984
(loose binder)
Box
93-138/26A (00403528)The Reagan-Bush Legislative and Budget Record, July 1988
(loose binder)
Issues briefing book, 1988 presidential campaign, [c. 1988]
(loose binder)
Box
93-138/27 (00376436)Bills sponsored and cosponsored by Senator Quayle, 99th-100th Congress, 1986-1987
(loose binder)
The Reagan-Bush legislative and budget record, July 1988
(loose binder)
Dukakis issue statements, 1988
(loose binder)
Background materials for Senator Bentsen, July 1988
Box
93-138/33 (00378759)Dukakis campaign material, 1988
Quayle positions, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1985 (1988)
Bush positions, 1986 (1988)
Box
93-138/33A (00440182)Iran-Contra material, 1982-1988
Box
93-188/119 (0183220)Richard Brenneke Sworn Testimony, Iran/Contra hearings, #386-87C, July 15, 1988
[videotape]
Box
93-138/33A (00440182)Debate preparation, 1988
Energy background material, (1987) 1988
Position paper updates, 1987-1988
Dukakis position papers, 1988
Box
93-138/86 (00376855)Tim Richardson files:
1988 presidential campaign materials, 1986-1987 (1988)
Dan Quayle financial disclosure reports, 1983-1988
Dan Quayle finances and legislation, 1987-1988
Box
93-138/86A (00378668)Analyses of President Reagan's budget proposals, 1986, 1988
Box
93-138/46A (00403889)Charlie Stevenson files:
1988 presidential campaign issues, 1987 (1988)
Box
93-138/51 (00403754)Questionnaires, 1987 (1988)
Quayle record, 1978-1980, 1983, 1985-1987 (1988)
DSG votes, S. 2082 amendment to Title X establishing Defense Acquisition Service, 99th Congress, 1977-1980, 1986
Senate voting record, foreign relations, 1975-1981
Thomas D. Morris, special assistant to the comptroller general, packet to Joseph O'Neill, March 18, 1981
"Semiannual Report to the Congress," Department of Defense Inspector, 1987-1988
1988 campaign issues, 1988
Box
329-89-13/110 (00438861)Mike Pate files (from Boston office):
Dukakis tax hit, Marilyn Quayle statement, 1988
Riverside speech, 1988
Atwater on Horton, 1988
Dakotas and Montana, 1988
Lies by Bush, 1988
Senior citizen event, California, 1988
Drug free school, 1988
Exchange rates, 1988
World affairs speech, 1988
Bentsen office and homeless activists, 1988
David Brinkley, August 21, 1988
Standing up for American jobs, 1988
Racist campaign charge, 1988
Grand Rapids speech, October 24, 1988
Bentsen briefings, 1988
Bentsen, Brady statement, 1988
Bentsen, 60 day notice speech, September 9, 1988
David Lambert, NYSE, 1988
Energy speeches, 1988
Tobacco, North Carolina, September 16, 1988
Weather service, 1988
Memphis speeches, September 15-16, 1988
College aid, from George Tyler, 1988
Dukakis decontrol memo, September 16, 1988
EPA cabinet officers, 1988
Democracy foundation, 1988
Detroit economic speech, 1988
Energy speech, September 19, 1988
Rural health care, 1988
Dukakis American Legion speech, September 8, 1988
Bush/Quayle on Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA), 1988
Drugs, 1988
Arkansas Democratic State Convention, August 26, 1988
Quayle and American workers, 1988
Massachusetts plant closing facts, 1988
Trade bill signing, talking points, 1988
Quayle, "new right not new generation", 1988
Quayle on the fringe, 1988
Quayle on Social Security and Medicare, 1988
Bush, "kinder and gentler", 1988
Quayle and Manion, 1988
Quayle and "a heartbeat away", 1988
Reagan on service in Korea, 1988
Bush and Pearl Harbor by Susan Estrich, 1988
Democracy foundation, 1988
Dukakis education security system, 1988
Bush, Social Security, 1988
Dukakis on Bush statement on loss of $ on wages, 1988
Law Enforcement Academy, 1988
Quayle agriculture votes, 1988
SDI votes, 1988
GOP retreat on defense, 1988
Dukakis on Massachusetts veterans, 1988
Estrich, Quayle on Veterans Administration, 1988
Real facts on Massachusetts state budget, 1988
Status of welfare bill, August 26, 1988
Plant closings, 1988
Chemical weapons, 1988
Dukakis acceptance speech, July 21, 1988
Quayle article, LAT [Los Angeles Times], August 21, 1988
Pledge of Allegiance, Dukakis, 1988
Dukakis and Bentsen: a profile in conflict, 1988
Space station, 1988
Bush acceptance speech, August 18, 1988
Bentsen press releases, 1988
Quayle, votes, 1988
Debate book, September 19, 1988
Quayle positions, 1988
Bentsen Q&A, 1988
Quayle's 1980 PAC contributions, August 1988
Bentsen position for debate, 1988
Talking points debate, September 25, 1988
RSCC attacks against Bentsen, 1988
Bentsen debate, 1982
Debate drafts, 1988
Defense, quotes by Bush and Quayle, 1988
Debate prep book, 1988
Debate memos, 1988
Debate prep, September 26, 1988
1982 and 1984 tax bills, 1988
Bentsen vulnerabilities, 1988
Miscellaneous material, undated
Forsaken Trust: The Reagan-Bush Administration, 1988
(loose report)
Box
329-89-13/111 (01844154)Southern States Police Benevolent Association endorsement, 1988
Brountas on debates, 1988
Bentsen, agriculture, 1988
Quayle on Veterans Affairs, August 23, 1988
Reno speech, Bentsen, July 28, 1988
VFW speech, Bentsen, August 26, 1988
Quayle on windfal profit tax, 1988
Quayle voting record, 1988
Taxes, 1988
Trade issues and autos, 1988
Agent orange and VA centers, 1988
Southern Legislative Conference, 1988
Section 301, workers rights, Poland, 1988
Defense and foreign affairs, Bentsen, 1988
Economic update, August 28, 1988
Meet the Press, August 28, 1988
Talking points for environment, 1988
Working families, 1988
Labor Day speech, Beaumont, 1988
Means tested Medicare, 1988
Waco, Labor Day, 1988
Heartland share of income, 1988
Tax Rate Equity Act, 1988
A case for economic change, 1988
TIPRO energy policy, 1988
Virginia Tech speech, September 6, 1988
Dukakis, gun control, 1988
STARS and NEA, 1988
Long Island speech, September 8, 1988
Bentsen, gun control, 1988
Agriculture speech, September 9, 1988
GAO, Noriega and drugs, 1988
A nation still at risk, education, 1988
Bentsen, notch answer, 1988
Law school, Quayle, 1988
President's Export Council, 1988
Ethanol in trade bill, 1988
Importance of vote, 1988
Federal R&D spending on non-defense, 1988
Bentsen, Coast Guard and drugs, 1988
SDI, Dukakis, September 9, 1988
Nicholas F. Brady hearing for secretary of the Treasury, 1988
Debate prep letters, 1988
Resumes, 1988
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA), 1988
Visit SDI facility, 1988
Sematech, 1988
San Diego drug speech, 1988
Defense speech by Bentsen to LTV employees, Grand Prairie, Texas, September 14, 1988
Grain embargo, 1988
Shelby County Democratic Dinner, 1988
Bush "100 environmental hits," 1988
Reagan Democrats, 1988
Congressional Quarterly, challenges for 41st president, 1988
Dukakis Georgetown speech, September 14, 1988
Mandated health benefits, 1988
Dukakis health care initiative, 1988
Bentsen wetlands issue, 1988
Bentsen middle class squeeze, 1988
Agriculture Texas-California trip, September 21-22, 1988
Social Security speech, 1988
Statistics on oil and gas, September 21, 1988
Tyler's Technology Development Foundation, 1988
Trade for northwest United States, 1988
Dukakis and Social Security, National Economic Council, 1988
Agriculture articles, Horace Godfrey, 1988
Citizens for Tax Justice, 1988
Everett, Washington plant, 1988
Swing voter economic appeal, 1988
Thornburgh and ACLU, 1988
Dukakis memos on textiles, 1988
Dukakis statement on Savings & Loan industry, September 22, 1988
Quayle water votes, 1988
Republican agriculture press conference, September 23, 1988
Massachusetts tax burden, 1988
Visa for Arafat, 1988
DEA use of Bentsen property, 1988
S. 1673, Medicaid Home and Community Quality Services Act of 1987, 1988
Detroit Economic Club, 1988
Education speech, 1988
TIPRO letter by Bush and press release, 1988
Bush housing tax proposal, September 27, 1988
Jobs, Budget Committee analysis, 1988
Truman High School speech, Independence, Missouri, September 28, 1988
Dukakis integrity statement, September 28, 1988
Baptist letter, 1988
Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT) endorsement, 1988
Clean Air Act, 1988
CLEAT endorsement, 1988
NEA endorsement, 1988
Bentsen sound talking points on debate, October 6, 1988
Stu Eizenstat memo, 1988
Quayle, tax on military personnel and veterans, 1988
Quayle budget votes, 1988
Quayle's affirmative action record, 1988
Bentsen death penalty votes, 1988
Dukakis talking points on defense, September 13, 1988
Bentsen, social security, 1988
Healthy start, healthy America, rural health, 1988
Social security, Dukakis, September 22, 1988
Bush tie-breaking votes, 1988
Questionable Quayle votes, 1988
Taxes in Massachusetts, 1988
Bush on social security, 1988
Nunn on defense, 1988
Quayle, 1988
Bush on trade with Japan, 1988
Budget Committee votes, 1988
Monroe Doctrine, 1988
Bentsen Q&A, 1988
Bush gun control votes, 1988
Bentsen's atomic speech while in House of Representatives, 1988
Bush position papers, 1988
Texas Lyceum, October 8, 1988
Quayle on social security, 1988
Bentsen boot camp proposal, 1988
American assets, 1988
Quayle and veterans issues from Bentsen staff, 1988
Quayle comparison to JFK, 1988
Alan J. Dixon ad proposal, 1988
George Tyler on auto exports to Japan, 1988
Charles Stevenson paper on differences between Quayle and Bush, 1988
Bentsen on federal furlough program, 1988
Allentown Police Academy, 1988
Home Start initiative, October 10, 1988
Furloughs, Bates College speech by Dukakis, October 8, 1988
Invest, Dukakis, October 11, 1988
Iaccoca phone call, 1988
Bentsen Highland High School speech, October 11, 1988
Bentsen Philadelphia speech, October 11, 1988
California memo from Tony Podesta, 1988
Semiconductors, George Tyler, 1988
Making America #1, 1988
Chris Edley memo on Bush, 1988
Bentsen Columbia, Missouri speech, October 12, 1988
Larry O'Brien letter to Michael Levy, 1988
Japan for debate from George Tyler, 1988
Philadelphia speech, October 11, 1988
Eleanor Roosevelt birthday speech, October 11, 1988
Customs service, 1988
Waste disposal, 1988
Facts about hispanics from Ray Bonilla, October 11, 1988
Bentsen statement on trade deficit, 1988
Bush/Dukakis differences, 1988
McKinney homeless bill, 1988
Bentsen and Wall Street Journal on foreign investment, 1988
Health care, Dukakis, 1988
Environmental problems with nuclear production facilities, 1988
Nuclear waste repository, 1988
Talking points of second debate, 1988
California events, October 17-19, 1988
Saturday events, October 15, 1988
Tubby memo, 1988
Long-term health care, 1988
America #1, 1988
Vickie on east Europe, 1988
Silicon Valley speech, 1988
October 15, St. Louis, Bentsen, 1988
"Face the Nation," October 16, 1988
Democratic Leadership Council event, 1988
NAACP speech, October 23, 1988
Fort Worth Star Telegram, Texas furlough, 1988
Trade, 1988
Nuclear fuel plants, 1988
Agriculture speech, October 22, 1988
Nurses speech, October 21, 1988
GE plant speech, October 17, 1988
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 1988
Bentsen speeches, October 13, 1988
NRA, 1988
Civil rights, 1988
Education speech, Corpus Christi and San Antonio, October 20, 1988
Super conductivity, 1988
Lobbying for foreigners, 1988
Abilene, 1988
Coleman colonias bill, 1988
Quayle on "Nightline," 1988
Ethanol, 1988
Defense material from Nunn, 1988
Grand Rapids economic speech, 1988
Civil rights, Bentsen, 1988
Grand Rapids Economic Club, 1988
Chuck Yeager, 1988
Medicaid lie, 1988
Motorcarrier act, 1988
Commercial space industry, Bentsen bill, 1988
Montana and Dakotas trip, 1988
David Brinkley, 1988
NCAA and Abilene, October 21, 1988
Dallas Morning News, furloughs, 1988
Jewish F.R., October 26, 1988
Bentsen speeches, October 22, Beaumont and Kansas City, 1988
MSD tax proposal, October 24, 1988
Bush attack piece, October 25, 1988
Abortion news stories, October 25, 1988
Coal, 1988
Seniors, 1988
Drug speech, 1988
Soviet political prisoners, 1988
Defense, 1988
Super Conducting Supercollider, 1988
Handouts, drugs, workers, health care, 1988
Defense and veterans speech, October 31 and November 1, 1988
Houstonian Hotel, 1988
Lake Charles, Louisiana, 1988
Rural Americans handout, memo to MSD on final speeches, 1988
Handouts, October 28, 1988
Section 301, Rice, 1988
Texas speeches, 1988
Dukakis/Bentsen "Fighting for your side," 1988
George Tyler memos, 1988
Burden sharing, 1988
Foreign policy information, October 27, 1988
Stripes, education, October 24, 1988
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329-89-13/112 (01844165)Larry Veselka memo, voter intimidation press releases, 1988
State directors and press secretaries phone list, 1988
Daily talking points, August-November 1988
Miscellaneous campaign material, 1988
Senator Bentsen's financial statements, 1980-1988
Talking points, October 13-17, 1988
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Issue papers, 1988
(loose binder)
Dukakis speeches, 1988
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Dukakis positions, question and answer primary debates, 1988
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IV. Correspondence Subgroup, 1971-1993
Extent (1306 cubic feet)

Administrative History
By Senator Bentsen's third term, his office received over 5000 pieces of mail per week. In a single day, the office might receive 2000 pieces. The Business and Administrative Manager oversaw the correspondence process, which required opening, sorting, and forwarding incoming mail, and producing and filing outgoing mail. Bentsen's Executive Secretary or Assistant received his personal letters and invitations. Press mail went to the Press Secretary. Political mail went to the Administrative Assistant. Mail from constituents about issues made up a large proportion of the incoming mail. Typically, Research Assistants, in consultation with Legislative Assistants, researched issues and developed responses, contacting other Congressional offices, Committee staffs, and federal agencies as necessary. Once a response had been drafted, the Chief Research Assistant edited it. Then, after the Legislative Director reviewed the prospective letter, Bentsen himself or his Administrative Assistant approved it, and staff sent it out over his name.
During Bentsen's first term, staff typed individual letters or drew on a library of complete letters on various issues. Automatic typewriters generated these issue letters, called "robos" by the Bentsen staff. Starting in late 1977, Bentsen's staff adopted the Correspondence Management System (CMS), a more sophisticated form of automation. In CMS, a database holds a "library" of individual paragraphs, and staff built individual letters out of them. Thus, a particular letter about an issue or legislation received a more detailed response than a general "robo" letter, and staff could respond more easily to a letter that raised multiple issues. CMS permitted the modification of library items or the creation of original letters as needed.
Staff members in the various sections read all mail, and, if appropriate, assigned codes for CMS library items on a work order. CMS operators then entered the name and address of the correspondent and created the letter. CMS included the capability to produce statistical reports, using topics, dates, and correspondents, about the Senator's correspondence. A small number of letters required individual responses, typed by staff. CMS staff entered these letters into the system, as well, so it held a complete record of Bentsen's correspondence.
Bentsen's staff used micrographics to store portions of his correspondence files. Many letters were microfilmed, and certain indexes and reports were created onto computer-output microfilm.
Scope and Contents Note
Incoming and outgoing letters, and associated coversheets, workforms, and enclosures from correspondents including printed material, photographic material, and sound recordings, constitute the bulk of Senator Bentsen's correspondence files. The files include both original letters and microfilmed copies, as well as reports, notes, indexes, and lists.
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329-76-81/141 (02931039)Outgoing Correspondence and System Records, 1971-1992
Extent (63.3 cubic feet)
Scope and Contents Note
System records include two subseries, Outgoing correspondence libraries, 1971-1992, and Mail reports and indexes, 1971-1992. Outgoing correspondence libraries includes the texts of Senator Bentsen's outgoing mail. The Mail reports and indexes series includes reports, counts, correspondents' names, and mailing lists. Both subseries include similar information, however.
The Outgoing correspondence libraries include either complete letters or paragraphs of correspondence text. In some instances, memoranda or notes document staff's research on the topic of the letter. Outgoing issue letters show the evolution of Bentsen's position on some topics.
In the robos system, after the text of an outgoing letter was written, staff assigned a code number and title. For the early robos, numbering was consecutive within a year. Later, a more complex alphanumeric code was used. With CMS, staff maintained a library of texts, each identified by number, that ranged from a few lines to multiple pages. In some cases, the text of a Bentsen response includes a copy of the constituent letter that had prompted it. CMS library items, which are on microfilm, also include workforms documenting staff work on a particular library item, and occasionally documents used or created in drafting the response.
Mail reports and indexes include information about outgoing mail, including topics and recipients. Reports included information about the frequency of topics and the volume of Bentsen's mail. Some of these reports may be found in the files of individual staff members in the other subgroups. Indexes associated correspondents' names with topics, and vice-versa. For some pre-CMS correspondence, staff created simple lists of constituent names, organized by which outgoing letter they received. Older correspondence is also documented by microfilmed "name lists," which include Bentsen's outgoing correspondence, alphabetized by recipient. "Subject files" are similar. In the CMS system, each outgoing letter had a document number. The system recorded the name and address of the recipient, the number of the outgoing letter, specific library items used, and a general subject heading (such as "foreign affairs"). CMS created subject indexes, organized by these broad topics, and name indexes, organized alphabetically by recipients' names. Both indexes include correspondents' names and addresses, document number and date of the response, library items used, and the general topic assigned.
Staff filed answered correspondence with other letters receiving a similar or identical reply, by the date of Bentsen's response. (See other series in this subgroup for listings of filed correspondence.) In CMS, each outgoing letter had a unique document number, which is included on the index reels in this series. Researchers may locate incoming letters filed in the other two series by the number of Bentsen's response, coded by the system, on the indexes in this series.
The 10-digit document number for Bentsen's response encodes the date of the job, operator, type (group or single, see Issue mail series description), and sequential number. The date (places 1-4 of the document number) is in Julian form. The first digit is the last numeral of the year, and the other three digits represent the day of the year, 1-365 (366 in a leap year). Thus, in the Bentsen papers, a date of 1365 may mean December 31, 1981 or December 31, 1991. Places 5-6 are the system operator's identification number. Place 7 identifies the type of CMS document created: single (1), data (2), or group (3). The last three places show the sequential number for the document.
Note that the Bentsen papers do not include any original computer media documenting CMS. Only paper and microfilm output documents the system.
Outgoing correspondence libraries:
Robos letters:
A71-3, Boy Scouts, January 1, 1971
A71-4, Science talent search, January 1, 1971
A71-5, Proud parents, January 1, 1971
A71-8, New citizens, February 1, 1971
A71-9, Conservation, February 9, 1971
A71-12, 4-H Club winners, February 17, 1971
A71-13, Newspaper letter, February 1, 1971
A71-14, Jacinto Trevino College, October 18, 1971
A71-15, SBA loans, February 1, 1971
A71-17, NSF science grant, February 1, 1971
A71-21, Postmasters, March 1, 1971
A71-22, NEH summer stipend, March 1, 1971
A71-24, Foster grandparents, April 1, 1971
A71-25, Adult education program, April 1, 1971
A71-26, Paris, Texas apartment project, April 1, 1971
A71-27, Thank you campaign, April 1, 1971
A71-28, Rowan article, April 1, 1971
A71-29, Laneport Dam, April 1, 1971
A71-30, Drought relief, April 1, 1971
A71-31, Perrin AFB, April 29, 1971
A71-32, Change of address, May 12, 1971
A71-33, Woodrow Wilson finalists, May 13, 1971
A71-34, Itasca Soil Conservation Service office, June 15, 1971
A71-35, San Antonio housing, June 4, 1971
A71-36, Sheppard AFB, November 8, 1971
A71-37, VA hospital, Rio Grande valley, August 16, 1971
A71-38, 10% surcharge, August 19, 1971
A71-39, 10% surcharge views, September 1, 1971
A71-40, Holloman AFB, September 22, 1971
A71-41, Pharr riot, September 22, 1971
A71-42, Robstown flood, September 27, 1971
A71-43, Bank holding company act, February 15, 1972
A71-44, Food stamp program, November 3, 1971
A71-45, Lieutenant Colonel Herbert, November 11, 1971
A71-46, Driscoll Foundation Children's Hospital, May 24, 1972
A71-47, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, January 6, 1972
A71-48, Brooke hospital, January 5, 1971
A71-49, Armand Bayou, January 26, 1971
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329-76-81/139 (02931028)A72-50, High school grads, April 28, 1972
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329-76-81/141 (02931039)E71-1, Applicants, campaign workers, January 1, 1971
E71-2, Summer employment, January 27, 1972
E71-3, Employment, general, March 22, 1972
E71-4, Summer internship, December 9, 1971
71-02, Food stamp (empty folder), [no date]
71-03, 91st Congress legislation, February 1, 1971
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, October 17, 1974
71-04, Big Thicket, con, March 5, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, October 17, 1974
71-05, Southeast Asia, April 12, 1971
71-08, Supersonic Transport (SST), May 24, 1971
71-11, National health insurance program, January 1, 1971
71-12, Interstate Commerce Commission, [no date]
71-15, Seniority system, February 9, 1971
71-16, Democratic Whip, February 1, 1971
71-17, Population control, February 9, 1971
71-18, Guadalupe River, February 9, 1971
71-19, Agricultural extension service, February 9, 1971
71-20, Social security and welfare, July 30, 1971
71-21, Abortion (Packwood), February 10, 1971
71-22, Pornography, March 15, 1971
71-24, General reply, March 1, 1971
71-25, Cancer, July 13, 1971
71-26, Farm program, February 1, 1971
71-27, Railroads (ASTRO), June 25, 1971
71-30, State of the Union, February 1, 1971
71-31, U.S. Postal Service, February 1, 1971
71-31, Draft, September 23, 1971
71-32, Railroad strikes, August 9, 1971
71-36, Motor vehicle safety standard, February 1, 1971
71-40, Dairy price support, March 29, 1971
71-41, Fair credit billing, April 13, 1972
71-42, Wholesome meat act, April 1, 1971
71-43, Pending legislation, March 19, 1971
71-45, FHA/vocational education, April 6, 1973
71-46, Arts and humanities, March 16, 1973
71-48, 18 year-old vote, July 8, 1971
71-49, Summer intern, April 1, 1971
71-50, Deferment for divinity students, April 1, 1971
71-53, Davis-Bacon Act, April 1, 1971
71-54, Farm truck drivers, July 28, 1971
71-56, Amphetamines, April 1, 1971
71-57, Combination drugs, April 1, 1971
71-58, Revenue sharing extension, October 6, 1971
71-59, El Paso natural gas (S. 2404), June 30, 1972
71-60, Collocation of draft boards, May 3, 1971
71-61, Banking reform act, May 4, 1971
71-62, J. Edgar Hoover, March 9, 1971
71-63, Pesticides, October 27, 1972
71-64, Wild horses, October 18, 1971
71-66, Civil service retirement, March 16, 1973
71-67, Lockheed loan guarantees, August 6, 1971
71-69, Minimum wage, youth, June 30, 1972
71-69, Minimum wage, small business, June 30, 1972
71-69, Minimum wage, cotton gins, June 30, 1972
71-69, Minimum wage, nursing homes, June 30, 1972
71-69, Minimum wage, hospitals, June 30, 1972
71-69, Minimum wage, restaurant, June 30, 1972
71-70, Demonstrations, May 21, 1971
71-71, Millican Dam, May 1, 1971
71-72, Drug abuse, June 15, 1971
71-73, Mansfield Amendment, July 20, 1971
71-74, Park fees, May 28, 1971
71-75, Farm Credit Act, May 28, 1971
71-76, Austin schools, May 28, 1971
71-77, Vocational Home Economics, June 3, 1971
71-78, Pakistan, July 30, 1971
71-79, EEOC, pro, February 29, 1972
71-79, EEOC, con, February 29, 1972
71-82, Austin busing, thank you, June 15, 1971
71-83, McG-Hatfield Amendment, June 18, 1971
71-85, DMSO, June 18, 1971
71-86, FTC and soft drinks, June 21, 1971
71-87, Connally Amendment, June 21, 1971
71-88, Watershed moratorium, June 28, 1971
71-89, AEC testing at Amchitka, November 15, 1971
71-91, Drugs, general, June 25, 1971
71-92, Chiropractic services, February 11, 1972
71-93, Busing amendment (Senate Joint Resolution 112), June 30, 1971
71-94, Busing in Corpus Christi, July 2, 1971
71-95, Secret Pentagon papers, New York Times, July 2, 1971
71-97, Jewish immigration from Russia, July 6, 1971
71-98, Red China trade, November 2, 1971
71-99, Dallas busing, July 7, 1971
71-100, Mansfield Amendment vote, July 8, 1971
71-101, Supreme Court, January 11, 1973
71-102, Fam subsidy ceiling, July 19, 1971
71-103, Tax exemption for policemen, July 26, 1971
71-104, Federal elections, S. 382, July 27, 1971
71-105, VEE (Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis), July 28, 1971
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, March 5, 1973
71-108, Excise tax on automobiles, August 26, 1971
71-109, Nixon economy, pro, October 15, 1971
71-110, Nixon economy, con (no letter), [no date]
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329-76-81/139 (02931028)71-111, Pay raises for teachers, October 18, 1971
71-113, Mansfield Amendment, June 13, 1972
71-114, Child care, con, June 29, 1972
71-114, Mondale day care, pro, February 1, 1972
71-115, Alcohol candy, September 16, 1971
71-117, Dominick Amendment, September 17, 1971
71-118, Crystal City schools, September 22, 1971
71-120, Wide buses, February 1, 1972
71-121, Consolidation of school districts, November 22, 1971
71-122, Attica prison, September 27, 1971
71-123, Senate resolution 38, September 30, 1971
71-124, Wage freeze for Federal employees, December 3, 1971
71-125, Amistad National Recreation Area, October 4, 1971
71-126, Agriculture marketing, October 8, 1971
71-127, Sea mammals, September 8, 1972
71-128, Supreme Court appointments, December 17, 1971
71-129, Appointment of Romana Banuelos as Treasurer, October 22, 1971
71-130, Exclusionary rule, October 22, 1971
71-131, Red China and United Nations funding, December 18, 1972
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329-76-81/141 (02931039)71-131, United Nations and China, November 8, 1971
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329-76-81/139 (02931028)71-132, Cable television, October 22, 1971
71-133, Lent Amendment on busing, November 2, 1971
71-134, Vermejo Ranch, New Mexico, November 3, 1971
71-135, Retail ceiling price lists, November 3, 1971
71-136, Cotton payment, November 3, 1971
71-137, Revenue Act of 1971, November 4, 1971
71-138, 7% tax on automobiles, November 5, 1971
71-139, Foreign aid and United Nations, November 18, 1971
71-141, Dietitians and Medicare, S.2504, November 11, 1971
71-142, Section 232 of H.R. 1 (Social Security Amendments), November 12, 1971
71-144, Earl Butz appointment as Secretary of Agriculture, December 2, 1971
71-145, Investment tax credit, November 24, 1971
71-146, Labor and Nixon's Miami visit, November 30, 1971
71-147, Labor and economy, December 2, 1971
71-148, Retroactive pay increases, December 2, 1971
71-150, Dental health and S. 1874, April 24, 1972
71-151, India and Pakistan, January 21, 1972
71-152, OSHA, May 18, 1973
71-154, Grain reserve, con, February 4, 1972
71-154, Grain reserve, pro (H.R. 1163), February 2, 1972
71-155, Retroactive raises, December 23, 1971
72-156, Southeast Asia, con, April 19, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid (reconstruction), April 11, 1973
72-156, Vietnam, pro, February 9, 1973
72-157, Big Bend, May 14, 1974
72-158, Relocation assistance, January 20, 1972
72-160, Transportation Modernization Act, January 20, 1972
72-161, Transportation strikes, March 28, 1973
72-162, Broadcast license renewal, April 13, 1973
72-163, Value Added Tax, February 16, 1972
72-164, Soft drink bottlers, February 16, 1972
72-165, Foreign Trade and Investment Act, con, April 19, 1973
72-165, Foreign Trade and Investment Act, pro, February 21, 1972
72-166, Busing amendments, con, March 10, 1972
72-166, Busing amendments, pro, March 6, 1972
72-167, Estate tax, March 20, 1972
72-168, Veterans Education Act, November 3, 1972
72-169, Nixon busing proposals, con, March 27, 1972
72-169, Nixon busing proposals, pro, March 27, 1972
72-169, Nixon busing, constitutional amendment, April 6, 1972
72-170, Labeling, March 27, 1972
72-171, Fringe benefit, March 31, 1972
72-172, National Guard Technicians, May 4, 1973
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329-76-81/141 (02931039)72-172, National Guard Technicians, April 6, 1972
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329-76-81/139 (02931028)72-173, Medicaid and doctors, April 11, 1972
72-174, Fair credit reporting, April 10, 1972
72-175, End the war legislation, October 4, 1972
72-176, Gravel-Mondale (troop withdrawal), May 1, 1972
72-177, Vietnam mining, con, May 18, 1972
72-177, Vietnam mining, pro, May 17, 1972
72-178, Bayh bill, S. 2507 (handgun control), August 16, 1972
72-179, Strategic Arms Limitation Agreement (SALT), August 16, 1972
72-180, Tax reform, con, May 30, 1973
72-182, Surface Transportation Act, June 26, 1972
72-183, No fault insurance, pro, February 26, 1974
72-183, No fault insurance, pro and con, May 14, 1974
72-184, San Antonio North Expressway, con, February 21, 1973
72-184, San Antonio North Expressway, pro, February 27, 1972
72-185, National Labor Relations Act, August 31, 1972
72-186, Land use, pro, July 3, 1973
72-187, Architects and engineers, October 20, 1972
72-188, Education tax credit, con, May 8, 1973
72-188, Education tax credit, pro, March 8, 1973
72-190, Westwood, con, December 14, 1972
72-190, Westwood, pro, December 14, 1972
73-191, Rural Environmental Assistance Program (REAP), March 5, 1973
73-192, Dairy costs, June 20, 1973
73-193, Rural Electrification Act (REA), May 17, 1973
73-194, Nursing licenses, February 1, 1973
73-195, LBJ Space Center, con, February 1, 1973
73-195, LBJ Space Center, pro, February 1, 1973
73-196, Project SER, February 13, 1973
73-196, Project SER (Spanish version), February 15, 1973
73-197, Elliot Richardson appointment as Secretary of Defense, February 2, 1973
73-198, Peter Brennan appointment as Secretary of Labor, February 2, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, con, April 13, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 13, 1973
73-200, Highway funds, April 2, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, December 26, 1973
73-202, Nursing cuts, February 16, 1973
73-203, Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) cut, September 28, 1973
73-204, Veterans disability cut, February 27, 1973
73-205, Billboards, February 27, 1973
73-206, Vocational Rehabilitation Act, con, April 13, 1973
73-207, Atlantic Union Resolution, June 6, 1973
73-208, X-rated movies on television, March 5, 1973
73-209, Patrick Gray appointment as FBI director, March 6, 1973
73-210, Social services cut, July 9, 1973
73-211, Predator control, March 9, 1973
73-212, Auto emission, con, May 8, 1973
73-212, Auto emission, con, December 11, 1973
73-212, Auto emission, pro, December 5, 1973
73-214, Mass transit, pro, April 2, 1973
73-215, Mental health centers, April 2, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, con, August 27, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, pro, July 5, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, April 24, 1973
73-218, Cambodia funds, cut off, con, July 10, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro (cut off of funds for Vietnam), July 10, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), May 17, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro (investigate), May 11, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), May 11, 1973
73-221, Price supports for agriculture, June 19, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation of gasoline, con, June 22, 1973
73-223, EPA clean air standards, con, June 27, 1973
73-224, Federal Reserve Board and Savings and Loans, September 10, 1973
73-225, Anti-Watergate hearings, August 3, 1973
73-226, Pension plan limitations, October 4, 1973
73-227, Watergate hearings, con, September 14, 1973
73-227, Watergate hearings, pro, February 8, 1974
73-228, Project Sanguine, September 11, 1973
73-229, El Paso air route, March 29, 1974
73-230N, Israel, neutrality, January 18, 1974
73-232, Impeachment, con, December 7, 1973
73-232, Impeachment, pro, November 9, 1973
73-232, Impeachment, pro and con, August 23, 1974
73-233, Special prosecutor, November 20, 1973
73-234, Multiple Watergate issues, December 4, 1973
73-235, Energy crisis, January 29, 1974
73-236, Watergate confidence crisis, November 27, 1973
73-240, Aviation fuel, January 15, 1974
73-241, Increased oil production, December 7, 1973
73-242, Middle East energy crisis, December 11, 1973
73-243, Transportation for industries, December 26, 1973
74-244, Offshore leasing, January 21, 1974
74-245, Single state PSRO, con, January 25, 1974
74-247, Energy shortage, doubters, January 23, 1974
74-249, Predator control, con, February 20, 1974
74-250, Legal services, con, July 12, 1974
74-251, Veterans disability benefits, February 21, 1974
74-253, Rollback of oil prices, con, March 12, 1974
74-253, Rollback of oil prices, pro, March 6, 1974
74-255, Emergency energy bill, March 13, 1974
74-256, Health control, March 13, 1974
74-257, Nonprofit hospitals, July 18, 1974
74-259, Depletion allowance, May 2, 1974
74-260, Compensation standards, June 19, 1974
74-263, Middle East Summitry, July 15, 1974
74-265, Fair competitive practices, con, October 11, 1974
74-265, Fair competitive practices, pro, October 9, 1974
Busing amendments, August 5, 1974
Copyright revision bill, cable, movie and television industry, September 16, 1974
Copyright revision bill, jukebox operators, September 16, 1974
Copyright revision bill, section 114, pro, September 17, 1974
Copyright revision bill, sports people, September 16, 1974
Dr. Andrew Adams reappointment, January 23, 1975
Economic address, con, August 27, 1974
Economic address, neutral, August 13, 1974
Economic address, support, August 16, 1974
General George Brown, con, November 25, 1974
General George Brown, pro, November 27, 1974
Gonzalez Amendment to Safe Drinking Water Act, con, December 16, 1974
Gonzalez Amendment to Safe Drinking Water Act, pro, December 16, 1974
Health, August 16, 1974
Hemophilia, September 13, 1974
Highway directional signage, November 21, 1974
Holt Amendment to Supplemental Appropriations Bill, con, January 30, 1975
Holt Amendment to Supplemental Appropriations Bill, pro, January 30, 1975
Honduras, October 11, 1974
Hospitals and Cost of Living Council, December 4, 1973
Housing industry, October 31, 1974
Houston police and hiring policies, January 23, 1975
Legal fees, con, August 21, 1974
Legal fees, pro, August 21, 1974
LP gas, May 14, 1974
Missing in Action (MIAs), November 28, 1973
Nixon tapes, con, May 7, 1974
Nixon tapes, pro, May 7, 1974
Nursing homes, June 5, 1974
Parking tax, December 26, 1973
Pension bill sec. 1021, con, August 26, 1974
Profit sharing, November 28, 1973
Russian wheat deal, December 7, 1973
S. 1739, September 18, 1973
Support for 1976 Presidential campaign, February 21, 1975
Support for 1976 Presidential campaign, non-Texans, February 21, 1975
Unleaded gas, June 7, 1974
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329-76-81/141 (02931039)Archeological salvage, March 6, 1973
Terrell and Emergency School Assistance Program, December 8, 1972
Fort Worth busing, November 28, 1972
Jonah post office, September 22, 1971
Rio Grande, May 17, 1971
Science fair awards, June 3, 1971
Congratulations on elections, April 14, 1971
Election returns, April 1, 1971
One shot robos, January 1, 1971
Dallas meeting, June 2, 1971
Pakistan position, July 30, 1971
Allen amendment, August 12, 1971
Recess, August 17, 1971
Milk parity thank you, April 1, 1971
House banking, February 1, 1971
Corpus Christi busing, August 25, 1971
Coordinators, November 23, 1971
Texas colleagues, January 20, 1972
Redistricting, February 9, 1972
Broadcast license renewal, May 15, 1973
U.S. Geological Survey, February 3, 1972
Equal Rights Amendment, January 31, 1972
Cooper Amendment re: Vietnam, August 3, 1972
North Freeway, May 26, 1972
Galveston Island drilling, July 28, 1972
Agriculture cuts, April 30, 1973
Water Pollution Control funds, April 5, 1973
Postal rates (Esquire), April 11, 1973
Predator control petition, April 11, 1973
Presidential classroom, March 6, 1973
Draft amnesty, April 4, 1973
White House religious services, March 9, 1973
Ruth B. Cowl rehabilitation center, April 2, 1973
Corps of Engineers lake fees, March 1, 1973
Price rollback, May 3, 1973
Campaign reform, June 26, 1973
Wood County disaster relief, May 15, 1973
Neighborhood Youth Corps, May 1, 1973
Public Health Service hospitals, May 10, 1973
Predator control petition, June 19, 1973
Migrant Health act, January 31, 1973
Postal supervisors, pro, June 28, 1973
Jackson amendment, June 6, 1973
Basic education, May 30, 1973
Bottlers, July 11, 1973
Proxmire/Stafford/Stevenson/Mondale, August 8, 1973
Alaskan Pipeline (Mondale-Bayh), July 20, 1973
Campaign reform, August 16, 1973
Crude oil, August 8, 1973
Henry Kissinger nomination as Secretary of State, October 2, 1973
Lobbying Act, May 10, 1973
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329-85-242/39 (01843366)Robos letters, 1973-1977
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329-76-81/15B (05229177)Robos letters, 1976-1977
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329-87-11/112 (02177066)Outgoing correspondence:
Form letter responses ("boilerplate"), arranged by subject, 1970-1977
1970
VIP, 1973
[Binder titled "CA Book of Tales," possibly referring to Cris Aldrete, legislative assistant, ] 1973-19761971-1977
VIP volume 2, 1974-1976
Special mailings, 1976
1977
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329-88-186/31 (01810200)Chronologically filed:
[housed in binder] 1972
1972-1977
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329-87-11/98 (01844110)Alphabetically filed by recipient:
Mua-Oz, 1972
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329-89-13/1 (01955268)Filed alphabetically by topic:
A-W, 1974-1975
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329-89-13/2 (01809710) 1975-1977
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329-89-13/3 (02177339)A-Z, 1977
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329-89-13/4 (01807872)A-W, 1978
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329-89-13/5 (01843457)A-W, 1979
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329-89-13/6 (01842545)A-W, 1979-1980
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329-89-13/10 (01956486)A-S, 1987
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329-89-13/11 (01958958)S-W, 1987
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329-89-13/3 (02177339)Filed by library item number:
1-772, 1977-1978
2- 399, 1977-1979
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329-89-13/4 (01807872)0-773, 1977-1979
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329-89-13/5 (01843457)1-885, 1979
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329-89-13/7 (01809095)1-1270, 1980
1-1491, 1980
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329-89-13/8 (01809608)"Old library 96th Congress," (loose binder) 1980-1981
1-1099, (loose binders) 1981
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329-89-13/9 (01809798)1100-1340, (loose binder) 1981
1-1497, (loose binders) 1982
1-1206, (loose binders) 1983
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329-89-13/10 (01956486)1-1275, 1987
Box
MF21CMS master libraries of form replies:
[microfilm] 1977-1985, 1987-1991
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LMB2 (07248900)Targeted mailings, 1982
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93-138/704 (01065759)Library items, 1992:
By topic area:
Administration
Agriculture
Banking
Civil Rights
Commerce
Defense
Education
Energy
Environment
Federal Government
Foreign Affairs
Generic
Health
Immigration
Judiciary
Labor
Medicare
National Budget
Public Activities
Social Security
Taxes
Taxes II
Trade
Transportation
Welfare
Energy
Nominations
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93-138/705 (01062070)Item order
Mass mailings, 1983-1992
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000-89-0005(92-043)/3 (00880582)Mail reports and indexes:
Correspondence records:
Mail reports:
Weekly (including topic listings), January 1971 - December 1972
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000-89-0005(92-043)/1 (00880811)Weekly, January 1972 - December 1973
Daily mail reports, casework, 1971-1973
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000-89-0005(92-043)/4 (00096305) 1973
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329-87-259/31 (00378238) 1971-1975
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329-87-259/32 (00378034)Mail reports, 1971-1975
Mail reports, January 1977
Weekly mail reports, 1980
Weekly mail reports, 1982-1983
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000-89-0005(92-043)/7 (00880607)By state, December 1973-1974
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329-89-13/11 (01958958) May-December 1977
January-September 1978
Box
329-89-13/12 (02173790) October-December 1978
1979
Annual report, 1979
1984
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000-89-0005(92-043)/6 (00880822)Correspondence log and issue mail, 1971-1973
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329-89-13/11 (01958958)Mail counts, 1971
Memos, 1977-1978
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329-89-13/12 (02173790)Mailings, 1978
Profession codes, [ca. 1979]
Follow-ups, 1979
Special mailings, 1979
Mass mailings, 1979
Office automation projects report, 1982
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MF19Correspondence recipients:
Name files:
1971-1975
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MF20 1975-1978
Box
MF21 1979
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329-81-0073/84B (00377814)Mara-Qz, 1972
Box
329-76-81/83 (03741447)Recipients of robo responses, by title:
A71-5, Proud parents
A71-6, Matagorda Bay
A71-7, Fort Wolters
A71-8, New citizens
A71-9, Conservation
A71-10, Civil rights
A71-11, Section 236
A71-12, 4-H Club winners
A71-14, Trevino College
A71-15, SBA loans
A71-16, Section 236, general
A71-18, Hill-Burton funds
A71-19, Timberon development
A71-20, Luncheon meeting
A71-21, Postmasters
A71-22, NEH fellowships
A71-23, Ribes family citizenship
A71-24, Foster grandparent
A71-25, Adult education programs
A71-26, Paris project
A71-29, Laneport Dam
A71-30, Drought relief
A71-31, Perrin AFB
A71-32, Change of address
A71-33, Woodrow Wilson finalists
A71-34, Itasca SCS office
A71-35, San Antonio housing
A71-37, VA hospital, Rio Grande Valley
A71-38, 10% surcharge
A71-39, 10% surcharge
A71-45, Lieutenant Colonel Herbert
A71-46, Driscoll Clinic
A71-47, Blue Cross/Blue Shield
A71-48, Brooke Hospital
A72-49, Armand Bayou
A72-50, High School graduates
G71-2, Campaign workers
G71-3, Navy
G71-4, Military Academy, 1972
G71-5, Air Force, 1972
G71-6, Visitors, 1971-1972
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329-76-81/78 (02931120)71-0000, General Lewis
71-01, Pollution, 1971-1972
71-02, Food stamps
71-03, 91st Congress
71-04, Big Thicket, 1971-1974
71-05, Southeast Asia, 1971
71-06, Jews in Russia, 1971-1972
71-07, United Nations, 1971-1972
71-08, Supersonic Transport (SST), 1971, 1974
71-09, Red China, 1971-1972
71-10, Welfare reform, 1971-1972, 1974
71-11, National health insurance, 1971-1972
71-12, Interstate Commerce Commission
71-13, Crime, 1971-1972
71-14, POWs, 1971-1972
71-15, Seniority system
71-16, Voting for Senate Whip
71-17, Population, 1971-1972
71-18, Guadalupe River
71-19, Agricultural extension service
71-20, Social Security and welfare, 1971-1972
71-21, Abortion (Packwood), 1971-1972
71-22, Pornography, 1971-1972
71-23, Gun control, 1971-1972
71-24, General reply
71-25, Cancer
71-26, Farm programs
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329-76-81/96 (03741516)71-27, Astro (railroads), 1971-1972
71-28, Revenue sharing, 1971-1972
71-29, Foreign aid, 1971-1972
71-30, State of the Union
71-31, Draft, 1971-1972
71-32, Railroad strikes
71-33, U.S. Postal Service
71-34, Recomputation of military retirement pay, 1971-1972
71-35, Abortion, 1971-1972
71-36, Motor vehicle safety standard
71-37, Vietnam visit
71-38, "Fright your senator" poll
71-40, Dairy price supports
71-41, Fair credit billing act, 1971-1972
71-42, Wholesome Meat Act
71-43, Legislation pending
71-44, Thank you
71-45, FHA (vocational education)
71-46, Arts and humanities
71-47, Calley, 1971-1972
71-48, 18-year-old vote
71-50, Divinity students
71-51, Department of education
71-52, Genocide treaty, 1971-1972
71-53, Davis-Bacon
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329-87-11/112 (02177066)71-54, Farm truck drivers
71-55, National health, 1971-1972
71-56, Amphetamines, 1971-1972
71-57, Combination drugs
71-58, Revenue sharing extension, 1971-1972
71-59, El Paso natural gas, 1971-1972
71-60, Collocation of draft boards
71-61, Banking reform
71-62, J. Edgar Hoover, 1971-1972
71-63, Pesticides, 1971-1972
71-64, Wild horses
71-66, Civil service retirement, 1971-1972
71-67, Lockheed
71-68, Busing, 1971-1972
71-69, Minimum wage, 1971-1972
71-70, Demonstrations
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329-76-81/83 (03741447)71-71, Millican Dam
71-72, Drug abuse, 1971-1972
71-73, Mansfield Amendment
71-74, Park fees
71-75, Farm credit
71-76, Austin schools
71-77, Vocational home economics
71-78, Pakistan
71-79, EEOC, 1971-1972
71-80, Impact aid
71-81, H.R. 1, 1971-1972
71-82, Austin busing
71-83, McG.-Hatfield
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329-76-81/84 (03741436)71-84, Railroad retirement
71-85, DMSO
71-86, FTC - Soft drinks
71-87, Connally Amendment
71-89, AEC - Amchitka
71-90, Wildlife protection, 1971-1972
71-92, Chiropractic services, 1971-1972
71-93, Busing amendment
71-95, Secret papers
71-96, Rhodesian chrome, 1971-1972
71-97, Jewish immigration, 1971-1972
71-98, Red China trade
71-100, Mansfield Amendment
71-101, Supreme Court, 1971-1972
71-102, Farm subsidy ceiling
71-103, Tax exemption for police, 1971-1972
71-104, Federal elections
71-105, VEE
71-106, Alaskan native claim (pipeline)
71-107, Prayer in schools, 1971-1972
71-108, Tax-Autos
71-109, Pro Nixon ecomony
71-111, Pay raises for teachers
71-112, Panama Canal
71-113, Mansfield Amendment
71-114, Child care
71-115, Alcohol candy
71-116, Daylight savings
71-117, Dominick Amendment
71-118, Crystal City schools
71-119, Compulsory unionism
71-120, Wide buses
71-121, Consolidation of school districts
71-122, Attica prison
71-123, Senate resolution 38
71-124, Wage freeze for Federal employees
71-125, Amistad National Recreation Area
71-126, Agriculture marketing
71-127, Sea mammals
71-128, Supreme Court appointments
71-129, Appointment of Romana Banuelos as Treasurer
71-130, Exclusionary rule
71-131, Red China and United Nations funding
71-132, Cable television
71-133, Lent Amendment on busing
71-134, Vermejo Ranch, New Mexico
71-135, Retail ceiling price lists
71-136, Cotton payment
71-137, Revenue Act of 1971
71-138, 7% tax on automobiles
71-139, Foreign aid and United Nations
71-140, Camp safety
71-141, Dietitians and Medicare, S.2504
71-142, Section 232 of H.R. 1 (Social Security Amendments)
71-143, Women's rights
71-144, Earl Butz appointment as Secretary of Agriculture
71-145, Investment tax credit
71-146, Labor and Nixon's Miami visit
71-147, Labor and economy
71-149, Campaign funds
71-150, Dental health and S. 1874
71-151, India and Pakistan
71-152, OSHA
71-153, Food supplements
71-154, Grain reserve
71-155, Retroactive raises
71-156, Vietnam bombing
71-157, Big Bend
71-159, Draft amnesty
71-160, Transportation Modernization Act
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329-76-81/96 (03741516)72-161, Dock strikes, 1972
72-162, License renewal, 1972
72-163, Value added tax
72-165, Foreign Trade and Investment Act of pro and con 1972,
72-166, Busing amendments
72-167, Estate tax
72-168, Veterans education act
72-169, Nixon Busing, pro and con
72-170, Labeling
72-171, Fringe benefits
72-172, National Guard technicians
72-173, Medicaid doctors
72-175, End the war, general
72-176, Gravel-Mondale
72-177, Vietnam mining, pro and con
72-178, Bayh Bill, S.2507
72-179, SALT, con
72-180, Tax reform
72-181, Food stamps for strikers
72-182, Surface Transportation Act
72-183, No fault insurance
72-184, North Expressway, pro and con
72-185, NLRA amendment
72-186, Land use
72-187, Architects and engineers
72-188, Education tax credit
72-189, Consumer Protection Agency
72-190, Westwood, pro
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329-76-81/83 (03741447)4-H
85% Parity - Milk, 1972
Assistant coordinators, 1972
Broadcast license renewal, 1972
Case
Box
329-79-81/83 (03741447)Close-up seminar
Cooper-Vietnam, 1972
Corpus Christi
Fat buses, 1972
Fever tick, 1972
Fort Worth busing, 1972-1973
Galveston Island drilling, 1972
Geological survey, 1972
H.R. 1, 1972
High school graduates
House banking
House busing, 1972
Meat prices, one-timer, 1972
Milk thank you
Minimum wage, TMA, 1972
North expressway, San Antonio, 1972
Pakistan position
Post Office reform
Presidential classroom
Public works
Rio Grande
Science fair awards
Survivor benefits follow-up
Texas colleagues, 1972
War powers, 1972
Wood County
Young Americans Classroom, one shot
Box
MF20By subject, 1977
Box
93-138/606A (00376527)Follow-up mailings, 1980-1982
Extent (3 folders)
Newsletters and mass mailing letters, January-February 1982, May-August 1982
Special mailings, 1980
Mass mailings, 1980
Newsletter information, to: Committee on Ethics, January 1979-December 1980
Box
93-138/714 (01065442)Tape conversions:
Professional organization mailing lists added to Bentsen master file mailing list, 1981
Box
93-138/606A (00376527) 1980, 1982-1983
Mass mailing plans, 1983
CMS mail reports:
February 1978-December 1978
Senator report, November 1978
Mail production report and mailing list organization, 1979-1981
Box
93-138/604A (00438329) 1980-1981
Box
93-138/605A (01064950) 1982-1983
Box
93-138/700A (01061827) 1984-1985
Box
93-138/701A (01062273) 1986-1987
Box
93-138/702A (00153170) 1988-1989
Box
93-138/703 (01065577) 1990-1991
Box
93-138/706 (01064745) 1992
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MF13Reports (microfilm):
Alpha file [Mailing list (?)]: 1979
Name reports (including incremental index reels):
1977-1978
Box
MF14 1979-1981
Box
MF15 1981-1983
Box
MF16 1983-1986
Box
MF17 1986-1990
Box
MF18 1991, 1992
Box
MF14Topic reports (including incremental index reels):
1979-1981
Box
MF15 1981-1983
Box
MF16 1983-1986
Box
MF17 1986-1990
Box
MF18 1990-1992
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93-138/608A (00403481)Duplicate copies of microfilm reels:
Name files, 1971-1972, 1975
PA/Invite regret [1975?]
Invitations/regret, Invitations/accept [1975?]
Box
DMF1 (07450672)Duplicate copies of CMS microfilm reels:
Reels number 1; 24-38; 52-74; 83; 87; 88-92; 104-122; 139-160
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DMF2 (07450720)Reels number 161-163; 166-250
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DMF3 (07449811)Reels number 251-252; 268-286; 299-301; 310-332; 339-375
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DMF4 (07450763)Reels number 376-384; 387-390; 394-408; 413-416; 423-432; 437; 438-446; 461-464; 473-476; 483-489-518
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DMF5 (07450796)Reels number 519-602
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DMF6 (07450752)Reels number 603-606; 608-618; 629-655; 663-667; 672-707; 769
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DMF7 (07450719)Reels number 770-777; 779-784; 796-800; 804-808; 812-817; 821-852; 854-866; 868-876
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DMF8 (07450782)Reels number 877-903; 910-954; 956-963; 966-969
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DMF9 (07450774)Reels number 970-986; 989-1055
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DMF10 (07450708)Reels number 1056-1139
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DMF11 (07450683)Reels number 1140-1142; 1144-1158; 1163-1213; 1216-1225
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DMF12 (07450741)Reels number 1226-1323
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DMF13 (07450694)Reels number 1324-1393
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DMF14 (07449822)Reels 1394-1414
Unnumbered reel: "1981 Tape conversions"
Index series, each numbered individually, in date order:
1978 Topic Report, 1-9
1978 Name Report, 1-7
1979 Index Update, 1 (of 1)
1979 Name Report, 1-9
1980 Name Report, 1-10
1981 Topic Report, 1-11
1981 Name Report, 1-9
1982 Topic Report, 1-6
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DMF15 (07450730)1982 Topic Report, 7-10
1982 Name Report, 2-10
1983 Topic Report, 1-10
1983 Name Report, 1-9
1984 Topic Report, 1-8
1984 Name Report, 1-7
1985 Topic Report, 1-11
1986 Topic Report, 1-9
1986 Name Report, 1-8
1987 Topic Report, 1-9
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DMF16 (07450650)1987 Topic Report, 10
1987 Name Report, 1-9
1988 Topic Report (12-6-88), 1-
1988 Topic Report (1-11-89), 1-9
1988 Name Report (12-6-88), 1-7
1988 Name Report (1-11-89), 1-8
1989 Topic Report, 1-13
1989 Name Report (11-89), 1
1989 Name Report, 1-12
1990 Topic Report, 1-11
1990 Name Report, 1-4
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DMF17 (07450661)1990 Name Report, 5-10
1991 Topic Report, 1-10
1991 Name Report, 2-9
1992 Topic Report, 1-12
1992 Name Report, 1-10



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