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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

IV. Correspondence Subgroup, 1971-1993

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.

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Arrangement

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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)

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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.

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Use Restrictions

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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-

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

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

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

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.
Box
329-79-32/13 (02177168)Issue Mail Series, 1970-1993
Extent (1,185.9 cubic feet)
Scope and Content Note
Constituent correspondence about current events, pending legislation, social trends, and other matters, constitutes the issue mail series (1970-1993). In 1978, Bentsen's office adopted the Correspondence Management System (CMS), and altered its filing system. Hence, the series is divided into two subseries, Constituent correspondence (1971-1979), and Correspondence Management System files (1978- 1993). In both systems, a constituent's letter was filed by the date of Bentsen's reply. Within each date, letters receiving identical or near-identical responses from the Senator were filed together by volume. Each sub-series is therefore divided into two sub-sub-series. Senator Bentsen's responses form part of the System records series.
Constituent correspondence, (1971-1977) 1979, includes two sub-subseries, Subject files, 1971-1979, and Robos files, 1971-1978.
The Subject files contain letters from person or small numbers of persons (around 10 or fewer) who received individual or unique responses. These files include replies to constituents whose letters discussed multiple issues. Staff arranged the subject files by year, legislative session, and topic. In the finding aid, where it was possible to determine the session, the first (January-June) precedes the second (July-December). The following inventory thus contains one alphabetical subject list for 1971, two each for the years 1972-1978, and one for the first session in 1979. Some Subject files for 1978-1979 include CMS code dates, reflecting the transition between systems. A file of National correspondence (1973-1977) is at the end of the Subject list, including a file of letters to Bentsen from non-Texans regarding the Subcommittee on Public Works (1973-1977). Correspondence about Public Activities and Political Affairs was filed separately, and is listed in the Personal/Political series.
The Robos files contain constituent mail that received form letters from the Senator in reply. The robos files (1970-1978) consist of constituent letters, bundled together, with cover sheets indicating the date and code number of the Senator's response. The bundles range in size from one letter to several hundred. Often, these files reflect coordinated efforts by interest, business, or community groups to influence the Senator. The earliest robos files include the names and addresses of correspondents on their coded cover sheets. That information is also available in the System records series. Robos correspondence has been foldered and listed by date, though each box is not strictly chronologically consistent. Some portions of the robos subseries inventory below include the titles of Bentsen's responses, but in general, access to the robos letters is by date only.
Correspondence Management System files, 1978-1993, also contain two sub-subseries, Singles files (1977-1992) and Group files (1978-1993). All CMS correspondence was filed by the date of Bentsen's response. Generally, the sheet indicating the response codes was filed with the letters. CMS could generate mass mailings off-site or through an in-office printer.
Singles files include up to five constituent letters receiving the same response on a particular day. The Group files contain more than five letters, all receiving the same response on the same day. Though some mail was filed by subject into 1979, in general, all of Bentsen's issue mail from constituents was filed by date after 1977.
Consult the Outgoing Correspondence and System Records Series description for more information. Indexes in that series provide name and subject access to the correspondence listed here.
Some portions of the inventory below include information about the titles of Bentsen's responses, the name of the CMS operator, and the number of the job.
Constituent correspondence, 1971-1979:
Filed by subject, semi-annually:
Foreign affairs, July 1976-December 1976:
Aid/Peace Corps (folder empty)
Aid/general
Asia/China
Asia/East Asia
Asia/South Asia
Box
329-88-186/31 (01810200)Latin America, July-December
Box
329-79-32/14 (01956351)Asia, Southeast
Asia/Vietnam, general
Asia/Vietnam, POWs and MIAs
Communism [empty folder, discarded]
International treaties, genocide and general [empty folders, discarded]
International organizations, United Nations
International organizations, general
Africa
Canada [empty folder, discarded]
Cuba [empty folder, discarded]
Europe
General
Mexico
Middle East, Israel
Middle East, general
Soviet Union
Health, July 1976-December 1976:
Abortions
Bentsen Bill [empty folder, discarded]
Drugs, illegal
Drugs, general
Drugs, medical purposes
General, July-September
General, October-December
Hospitals
HMO
Hill-Burton Program [empty folder, discarded]
Insurance, Medicare
Insurance, general
Manpower
Mental
Migrants [empty folder, discarded]
Nutrition and human needs [empty folder, discarded]
Rehabilitation
Housing, general, July 1976-December 1976
Box
329-79-32/15 (02174873)Immigration, general, July 1976-December 1976
Box
329-80-0005/17 (00154627)Labor, July 1976-December 1976:
Employment/Unemployment
Davis-Bacon Act, July
Employment/Fair Employment Practices
Employment/Occupational Safety and Health Act
Employment/General, September -December
Manpower Training (folder empty)
Minimum Wage
Pensions, July
Union/Strikes, November
Unions/General
General
Mexican-American Affairs, July 1976-December 1976:
Civil Rights (folder empty)
Education (folder empty)
Illegal Aliens, July
Indians (folder empty)
General
Nominations, July 1976-December 1976:
Armed Services (folder empty)
Judges (folder empty)
Federal
State (folder empty)
General
Postal Services, July 1976-December 1976:
Rates, August-December
General
Box
329-79-32/15 (02174873)Publications, general, July 1976-December 1976
Public works:
General, July 1976-December 1976
Publicity, July-December1976:
General
Magazines and books
Mexican-American media [empty folder, discarded]
National press
Newsletters
Newspaper
Radio
Speeches
Television [empty folder, discarded]
Box
329-79-32/16 (02175005)General, January-June
Security, national, July 1976-December 1976
General
Internal
Subversive activities [empty folder, discarded]
Science, July 1976-December 1976:
General
National Science Foundation [empty folder, discarded]
Research, cancer [empty folder, discarded]
Research, general
Space, moon program [empty folder, discarded]
Space, space shuttle [empty folder, discarded]
Space, general
Taxes, July 1976-December 1976:
Energy
Estate
Federal:
Box
329-79-32/16 (02175005)Agriculture
Capital gains
Charitable organizations
General, July-September
General, October-December
Foreign source income [empty folder, discarded]
Minimum tax [empty folder, discarded]
Oil and gas
Pensions
Box
329-79-32/16 (02175005)Financial markets, legislation [empty folder, discarded]
Financial markets, subcommittee
Financial markets, general
Foreign
General
Hospitals [empty folder, discarded]
Miscellaneous
Paperwork
Real estate
Small business
State
Tax Reform Act:
Box
329-79-32/16 (02175005)Title I [empty folder, discarded]
Title II
Title III
Title IV [empty folder, discarded]
Title V
Title VI
Title VII [empty folder, discarded]
Title VIII
Title IX
Title XI [empty folder, discarded]
Title XII [empty folder, discarded]
Title XIII
Title XIV [empty folder, discarded]
Title XV [empty folder, discarded]
Titles XVI-IXX [empty folders, discarded]
Title XX
Title XXI
Title XXII
Title XXIII
Title XXIV [empty folder, discarded]
Title XXV
Title XXVI [empty folder, discarded]
Title XXVII [empty folder, discarded]
Box
329-79-32/17 (01809561)Transportation, July 1976-December 1976:
Air
Auto/insurance/no fault
Auto/insurance/general
Auto/safety
Auto/general
Buses (folder empty)
Highways/federal aid/Highway Trust Fund (folder empty)
Highways/federal aid
Highway/traffic safety (folder empty)
Highway/general
Marine transportation
Mass transit
Railroad/Amtrak
Railroad/retirement
Railroad/general
Trucks
Supersonic Transportation (folder empty)
General
Veterans, July 1976-December 1976:
Benefits/disability
Benefits/education
Benefits/hospitalization
Benefits/rehabilitation
Facilities/hospitals
Benefits/general
Extent (2 folders)
Facilities/general
General
Box
329-79-32/22 (05228538)Benefits/general
Facilities/hospitals
Facilities/general
General
Welfare, July 1976-December 1976:
Aging/age discrimination (folder empty)
Aging/Social Security benefits
Aging/Social Security/general
Extent (2 folders)
Children/general
Extent (2 folders)
Food Stamps/general
Social assistance programs/federal
Social assistance programs/state
Social assistance programs/general
Social services
Supplementary Security Income
Volunteer programs (folder empty)
General
Box
329-79-32/18 (02177361)Aging:
Box
329-79-32/18 (02177361)Age discrimination [empty folder, discarded]
Social Security benefits [empty folder, discarded]
Social Security, general
Social security, general, January-June, 1977
Box
329-79-32/18 (02177361)Children
Food stamps
General
Social assistance programs:
Box
329-79-32/18 (02177361)Federal
General
Reform [empty folder, discarded]
State [empty folder, discarded]
Box
329-79-32/18 (02177361)Social services
Supplemental Security Income program
Volunteer programs [empty folder, discarded]
Box
329-80-0005/28 (01843628)One Shots, 1976:
February-December
Box
329-80-0005/29 (00154649) December
Box
329-79-32/22 (05228538)Multiple issues 1976:
General, January-April
Extent (2 folders)
General, May-June
Box
329-79-32/18 (02177361)MTST, August-December
Extent [six folders]
Box
329-80-0005/27 (01843333)Agriculture, 1977:
General, July
Commerce, 1977:
Banking and currency (folder empty)
Insurance, September
Courts, 1977:
Federal, June-July
Crime, 1977:
Juvenile Delinquency, June-July
General (folder empty)
Defense Affairs, 1977:
Appropriations, July
Facilities, July
Navy, August
Ecology, 1977:
Pesticides, September
Energy, 1977:
General, June-August
Box
329-79-32/13 (02177168)Federal Government, 1977:
Civil Service/retirement, January-June
Box
329-80-0005/27 (01843333)General, July-August
Box
329-79-32/13 (02177168)Foreign Affairs, 1977:
General, July
Health, 1977:
Abortion, June-July
Insurance/Medicare/Medicaid, July-August
Professional Standards Review Organization, August
General, July
Labor, 1977:
Minimum wage, September
General, August-September
Nominations, 1977:
Federal, June-August
Postal Service, 1977:
General, July
Publicity, 1977:
Radio, September
Newsletters, July-August
General, July-September
Taxes, 1977:
Federal, August-September
Welfare, 1977:
Social Security/Benefits, July
Aging/Social Security, July-August
Box
329-79-32/18 (02177361)Aging
Social security, general, January-June
Box
329-80-0005/29 (00154649)One shots, 1977:
January - February
Box
329-80-0005/30 (01809517) February - March
Box
329-80-0005/31 (01844278) April - May
one-shots Undated
Box
329-88-186/3 (02173804)Agriculture, April 1978-December 1978:
Appropriations
Conservation
Aquaculture
Cattle
Citrus
Cotton
Dairy
Disease and Pests
1977 Farm Bill (folder empty)
Feed Grains
Forests and lumber
Honey and bees
Horses (folder empty)
Insecticides
Meat prices (folder empty)
Peanuts
Plant Stress Lab
Poultry and eggs (folder empty)
Predator control (folder empty)
Research
Rice (folder empty)
Rural development
Rural electrification (folder empty)
School lunch program
Shortages (folder empty)
Soybeans (folder empty)
Sugar
Trade and exports (folder empty)
Water (folder empty)
Wheat
General
Extent (2 folders)
Civil rights, April 1978-December 1978:
Busing (folder empty)
Busing (continued)
Discrimination
EEOC (folder empty)
ERA [Equal Rights Amendment]/pro
ERA/con
Freedom of speech and press
Gay rights
Indians
Privacy
Religion
Women
Voting rights (folder empty)
General
Box
329-88-186/4 (02174590)Commerce, April 1978-December 1978:
Banking and currency/8093-8271
Extent (2 folders)
Consumer protection
Banking and currency/8276-(?)
Census (folder empty)
Exports
Foreign trade
Imports
Industry
Extent (2 folders)
Metric system
Patents and copyrights
Pornography
Securities and Exchange Commission
Small business
Sports
General
Communications, April 1978-December 1978:
Cable TV (folder empty)
Communications Act reform
Radio
TV
Telephone
Written communications
Utilities
General
Box
329-88-186/5 (02177102)Courts, April 1978-December 1978:
Federal
Reform
State (folder empty)
Supreme Court
General
Crime, April 1978-December 1978:
Capital punishment
Career criminals
Criminal code reform
Drugs
FBI
Gun control
Juvenile delinquency
Law enforcement
Prisons
Sentencing
Terrorism
Wiretapping
General
Defense affairs, April 1978-December 1978:
Army
Appropriations
Arms sale (folder empty)
Compensation
CIA
Coast Guard (folder empty)
Dependents and survivors (folder empty)
Facilities
Guard and Reserve
Extent (2 folders)
Marines
Medical benefits
NASA
NATO
Nuclear
Navy
Personnel benefits
Preparedness
Personnel policies
Procurement
Recomputation (empty folder)
Retirement benefits
SALT
Survivor's benefits
Volunteer Army
Weapons
General
Box
329-88-186/6 (01842487)Ecology, April 1978-December 1978:
Animal welfare
Air pollution
Big Thicket
Chemicals (folder empty)
Fish and Wildlife
National Forest
National Parks
Extent (2 folders)
Solid waste (folder empty)
Section 404
Strip mining (folder empty)
Noise pollution (folder empty)
Water pollution
General
Economy, April 1978-December 1978:
Employment/unemployment
Federal Reserve system
Inflation
Interest rates (folder empty)
Joint Economic Committee
Regulations
Revenue sharing
Small business
Subcommittee
General/8271-(?)
General/8093-8268
Extent (2 folders)
Education, April 1978-December 1978:
Area studies
Appropriations
Arts and humanities
Bilingual
Elementary
Emergency school aid
Federal aid
Handicapped
Higher
Box
329-88-186/7 (01697082)LULAC Center
Rehabilitation
Special
Vocational
General
Extent (2 folders)
Energy, April 1978-December 1978:
Alternate
Carter proposal/pro (folder empty)
Carter proposal/con
Coal
Conservation
Environment
Federal regulation
Gasoline
Oil
Nuclear
Natural gas
Oil and gas
Perspectives
Solar
Taxes
Transportation
Utilities
General
Extent (2 folders)
Environment, April 1978-December 1978:
General
Box
329-88-186/8 (00153704)Federal Government, April 1978-December 1978:
Civil Service
Congressional committees (folder empty)
Congressional ethics
Congressional reform
Congressional rules
Congress
Departments and agencies
District of Columbia
Government elections
Ethics
Facilities
Federal employment pay raise
General Service Administration
Executive Branch
Hatch Act
House of Representatives (folder empty)
Internal security
Paperwork
Pay raise
Reform
Extent (2 folders)
Reorganization
Box
329-88-186/9 (00154784)General/8094-8058
Extent (2 folders)
General/8254-(?)
Foreign affairs, April 1978-December 1978:
Africa
Extent (2 folders)
Aid
Argentina
Asia
England
Foreign policy (folder empty)
Human rights
United Nations
Chile (folder empty)
China
El Salvador (folder empty)
Cuba
Europe
Genocide convention (folder empty)
Guyana
Hispanic organizations
Human rights
Israel
Israel/West Bank settlements (folder empty)
Japan
Latin America
Mexican interparliamentary
Mexico
Middle East
MIA's/POW's (folder empty)
Nicaragua
North Vietnam (folder empty)
OHS (folder empty)
People's Republic of China (folder empty)
Panama Canal/8093-8124/Pro and Con
Extent (2 folders)
Panama Canal/8128-(?)/Pro and Con
Prisoner's exchange
Puerto Rico (folder empty)
Romania
Senate
Box
329-88-186/10 (02173531)Rhodesia, April-December
SALT agreement
Soviet Union
Taiwan
Turkey
Uganda
United Nations
United Kingdom
Uragay (folder empty)
World Bank (folder empty)
Yugoslavia
General
Extent (2 folders)
General/8286-(?)
Health, April 1978-December 1978:
Abortions, April-December
Appropriations
Extent (2 folders)
Dentists
Drugs/general
Epilepsy
Handicapped
HMO
Hospitals
Insurance
Illegal drugs
Medical drugs
Medicare and Medicaid
Extent (2 folders)
Box
329-88-186/11 (02177281)Mental, April-December
National health insurance, April-December
Nurses
Nutrition
Other drugs (folder empty)
Pregnancy
PSRO
Rehabilitation
Research
General
Extent (2 folders)
Hispanic Affairs, April 1978-December 1978:
LULAC
Housing, April 1978-December 1978:
Mortgage interest rate
Rural
General
Appropriations
Community development
Discrimination
Elderly
Government regulations
Land sales
Low income
Mobile homes
Immigration, April 1978-December 1978:
Alien Adjustment Act
Legal aliens, April-December
Illegal aliens
Mennonites
New citizens, (folder empty) April-December
General, April-December
Labor, April 1978-December 1978:
Benefits, April-December
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act
Davis-Bacon Act (folder empty)
Employment/unemployment
Employment/general
Fair labor practices
Manpower training (folder empty)
Minimum wage (folder empty)
OSHA
Pensions
Box
329-88-186/12 (02364879)Reform
Retirement
Unions
General
National budget, April 1978-December 1978:
Executive budget (folder empty)
Expenditure ceiling
General
Nominations, April 1978-December 1978:
State
Box
329-88-186/31 (01810200)Federal, 1978
Box
329-88-186/12 (02364879)Postal Service, April 1978-December 1978:
Facilities, (folder empty) April-December
Commemorative stamps
Franking privileges
Junk mail (folder empty)
Postal Commission (folder empty)
Private sector competition (folder empty)
Rates
Reform
Service complaints
General
Public works, April 1978-December 1978:
ERA, (folder empty) April-December
Hiplex
Subcommittee on Transportation
Water projects
Water resources
General
Science, April 1978-December 1978:
Research, (folder empty) April-December
Space
General
Taxes, April 1978-December 1978:
Agriculture, April-December
Capital gains
Charitable organizations
Dividends
Disc (folder empty)
Energy
Estate
Federal
Extent (2 folders)
Financial markets
Foreign source income
Foreign
Hospitals (folder empty)
Minimum tax (folder empty)
Oil and gas
Box
329-88-186/13 (02174818)Pensions
Extent (2 folders)
General
Real estate (folder empty)
Reform/8073-8125
Reform/8240-(?)
Reform/8128-8237
Extent (2 folders)
Retirement
Small business (folder empty)
State (folder empty)
Tax exempt organizations
U.S.-U.K. treaty
Transportation, April 1978-December 1978:
Air, April-December
Amtrak
Automobile
Buses
Marine
Mass transit
Highways
Extent (2 folders)
Box
329-88-186/14 (01810811)Trucks
Railroad
Safety
General
Veterans, April 1978-December 1978:
Benefits/commissaries
Benefits/compensation
Draft dodgers and deserters
Benefits/education
Benefits/facilities (folder empty)
Benefits/employment
Benefits/medical care
Benefits/rehabilitation (folder empty)
Benefits/survivors and dependents
Benefits/general
Welfare, April 1978-December 1978:
Aging
Children
Education
Elderly
Food stamps
Reform
Social assistance programs
Social Security
Extent (2 folders)
Social Security/8305-(?)
Social Services
General
Box
329-88-186/30 (02579966)Miscellaneous correspondence [by subject, to be filed?], 1971-1978
Box
329-88-186/15 (02174625)Agriculture, January 1979-June 1979:
Appropriations
Aquaculture [empty folder]
Bees
Cattle
Cattlemen's Association
Citrus
Conservation
Cotton
Dairy [empty folder]
Disease and pests
1977 Farm Bill [empty folder]
Feed grains
Forests and lumber
Honey and Bees
Horses [empty folder]
Meat prices
Peanuts
Poultry and eggs [empty folder]
Predator control [empty folder]
Research
Rice
Rural development [empty folder]
Rural electrification [empty folder]
Shortages [empty folder]
Soybeans [empty folder]
Sugar
Tobacco
Trade and exports [empty folder]
Water
Wheat
FY 1980 Budget
General
Civil rights, January 1979-June 1979:
Busing, con
Busing, pro
Children
Discrimination
EEOC [empty folder]
ERA
Freedom of speech and press
Gay rights
Indians
Privacy
Religion
Title IX
Women
Voting rights
General
Commerce, January 1979-June 1979:
Anti-trust
Banking and currency (9015-9128)
Box
329-88-186/16 (01809925)Banking and currency
Census [empty folder]
Consumer protection
Customs
Exports
Foreign trade
Imports
Industry
Insurance
Metric system
Patents and copyrights
Pornography
Sports
Tourism
General (9019-9176)
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329-88-186/17 (01843843)Communications, January 1979-June 1979:
Communications Act reform, January-June
Radio, January-June
Reform
Telephone, (folder empty) January-June
TV, January-June
Written communication, (folder empty) January-June
General, January-June
Courts, January 1979-June 1979:
Federal, January-June
Reform, January-June
State, (folder empty) January-June
Supreme Court, January-June
General, January-June
Crime, January 1979-June 1979:
Capital punishment, January-June
Criminal Code Reform
Courts, January-June
DEA
Drugs, January-June
FBI, (folder empty) January-June
Gun Control
Illegal Drugs
Juvenile Delinquency (folder empty)
Law Enforcement
Prisons
Sentencing
Terrorism
Wiretapping (folder empty)
General
Defense affairs, January 1979-June 1979:
Air Force
Appropriations
Arms control (folder emtpy)
Army
CIA
Civil defense
Civilian marksmanship
Coast Guard
Base closings
Facilities
Marines
Medical care
Military retirement
NASA
National Guard/reserves
National Guard
NATO (folder empty)
Navy
Personnel benefits
Personnel policies
Preparedness
Recomputation
Box
326-88-186/18 (02173826)Reserve
Retirement benefits
SALT
Survivors benefits
Volunteer army
General
Ecology, January 1979-June 1979:
Air pollution
Alaska
Animal welfare
Big Thicket
Chemicals
EPA
Fish and wildlife
Hazardous waste
National parks
Noise pollution
Shoreline
Solid waste
Strip mining [empty folder]
Water pollution
General
Economy, January 1979-June 1979:
Employment/unemployment
Federal reserve system
Interest rates
Joint Economic Committee
Productivity
Box
329-88-186/19 (02176008)Small business
Treasury
General
Appropriations
Arts and humanities
Bilingual
Elementary (empty folder)
Federal Aid
Fiscal Year 1980 budget
Handicapped
Higher
Impact aid
Libraries
Special
Vocational
General
Energy, January 1979-June 1979:
Alternate
Carter proposals/pro
Carter proposals/con
Coal
Conservation
Environment
Federal regulations
Gasohol
Gasoline
Box
329-88-186/20 (02173724)Mexico
Natural gas
Nuclear
Oil
Oil and gas
Oil tax
Rationing
Regulation
Solar
Taxes
Transportation
Utilities
General/9011-9144
General/9150-(?)
Extent (2 folders)
Federal Government, January 1979-June 1979:
Aid to states and localities
Budget
CIA and FBI
Box
329-88-186/21 (02173495)Civil service (9009-9206)
Congress
Congressional committee [empty folder]
Congressional ethics
Congressional reform [empty folder]
Congressional rules
Corruption
Constitution
Departments and agencies
District of Columbia [empty folder]
Elections
Ethics
Executive branch
Facilities [empty folder]
F.E.C.
FBI and CIA
Federal employee pay raise
Hatch Act
House of Representatives
Internal security
Overregulation
Paperwork
Reform
Box
329-88-186/22 (01810786)Regulations
Reorganization
Revenue sharing
Senate
Senate messages
State and local aid
Waste
General
Foreign affairs, January 1979-June 1979:
Africa
Aid
Asia
Chile [empty folder]
China
Cuba [empty folder]
El Salvador [empty folder]
Egypt
Europe
Foreign policy, general [empty folder]
Genocide convention
Guyana
Human rights [empty folder]
Interparliamentary conference
International organizations
International treaties
Iran
Israel
Israel West Bank settlements [empty folder]
Japan
Latin America
MIAs and POWs
Mexico
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329-88-186/23 (01844948)Middle East (9010-9218)
Multilateral trade negotiations
Nicaragua
North Vietnam
OAS [empty folder]
Panama Canal, pro
Panama Canal, con [empty folder]
People's Republic of China [empty folder]
Prisoner exchange [empty folder]
Puerto Rico [empty folder]
Rhodesia
SALT agreement [empty folder]
South America
Soviet Union
Taiwan
Trade
Treaties
Turkey
United Kingdom
United Nations
Uruguay [empty folder]
Vietnam
World Bank
General
Box
329-88-186/24 (00379128)Health, January 1979-June 1979:
Abortions
Appropriations
Children
Dentists (folder empty)
Drugs
Epilepsy
Fiscal Year 1980 Budget
HMO
Hill-Burton
Illegal drugs
Insurance
Manpower
Medical drugs
Medicare and Medicaid
Extent (2 folders)
Mental (folder empty)
National health insurance
Nurses
Other drugs
General/9004-9072
General/9073
Hispanic affairs, January 1979-June 1979:
Civil Rights
Office of Hispanic Affairs
General
Housing, January 1979-June 1979:
Appropriations
Community development
Mobile homes (folder empty)
Mortgage interest rate (folder empty)
Sales (folder empty)
Rural (folder empty)
General
Box
329-88-186/25 (00380105)Immigration, January 1979-June 1979:
Illegal aliens
Legal aliens
New citizens [empty folder]
Refugees
General
Labor, January 1979-June 1979:
Benefits
CETA
Compensation
Davis-Bacon Act
Employment
Unemployment
Fair labor practices
Manpower training
Minimum wage
OSHA
Pensions
Unions
Worker's compensation
General
National budget, January 1979-June 1979:
Executive budget [empty folder]
Expenditure ceiling
General
Nominations, January 1979-June 1979:
Federal
Judges
State
Box
329-88-186/26 (00380091)Postal Service, January 1979-June 1979:
Commemorative stamps
Employees
Facilities (folder empty)
Franking privileges
Junk Mail
Postal Commission (folder empty)
Private sector
Rates
Reform
Service complaints
General
Public works, January 1979-June 1979:
General
Taxes, January 1979-June 1979:
Agriculture
Benefits
Capital gains
Charitable organizations (folder empty)
Corporate
Depreciation
DISC (folder empty)
Energy
ERISA
Estate (folder empty)
Exports
Federal/9053-9128
Federal/9134-(?)
Foreign
Foreign source income (folder empty)
Financial markets (folder empty)
Hospitals
Incentives
Income incentives
MTN
Minimum tax (folder empty)
Minimum wage
Nelson/Bentsen/Packwood Bill
Oil and gas (folder empty)
Pensions
Box
329-88-186/27 (00154762)Reform/9012-9124
Reform/9127-(?)
Small business
Social Security
State
Subcommittee
Trade
General
Transportation, January 1979-June 1979:
Air
Amtrak
Automobile
Bicycle
Buses (folder emtpy)
FAA
Highways
Federal aid for highways
Marine (folder empty)
Mass transit
Railroad
Safety
Trucks
General
Box
329-88-186/28 (00380080)Veterans' benefits, January 1979-June 1979:
Compensation
Education
Employment
Facilities (folder empty)
Medical care
Pensions
Rehabilitation
Survivors and dependents
General
Veterans, January 1979-June 1979:
Commisaries
Health care
General
Welfare, January 1979-June 1979:
Aging
Children
Elderly
Food stamps
Reform
Social assistance programs
Social Security/9008-9054
Social Security/9057-?
Fiscal Year 1980 Budget
General
Box
329-88-186/1 (02173906)National correspondence:
Miscellaneous, 1974-1975:
Alabama
Alaska
Extent (2 folders)
Arizona
Extent (2 folders)
Arkansas
Extent (2 folders)
California
Extent (2 folders)
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia
Washington State
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Foreign Countries
Subcommittee on Public Works, 1973-1974:
Subcommittee/General
Other Senators
Other House of Representatives
Box
329-88-186/2 (02173214)Subcommittee on Public Works, 1973-1977:
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Texas
Extent (2 folders)
Tennessee
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington, D. C.
Washington State
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Transportation
Traffic Safety
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329-88-0001/60 (00376935)Robos:
January 20, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/59 (00438260) February 3, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/51 (00438533) February 24, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/59 (00438260) February 25, 1971
March 12, 1971
Undated [February-July 1971]
Extent (5 folders)
Box
329-88-0001/60 (00376935) Undated [February-June 1971]
Extent (5 folders)
Box
329-88-0001/55 (02579988) February-August, 1971:
Various topics, February-March, 1971
A71-31, Perrin Air Force Base, April 1971
71-28, Revenue sharing, July-August 1971
71-10, Welfare reform, June-July 1971
71-44, Thank you, June-August 1971
Box
329-88-0001/50 (02579977) March-September, 1971:
71-62, J. Edgar Hoover, April 1971-May 1971
71-63, Pesticides, April 1971-May 1971
71-67, Lockheed, May 1971
71-61, Banking Reform Act of 1971, April-May 1971
71-32, Railroad strike, May 1971
A71-32, Change of address, May 1971
71-52, Genocide treaty, May 1971
71-68, Busing, May-September 1971
Dairy, March 1971
Box
329-88-0001/51 (00438533) March 18-March 26, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/65 (02174997) March 30, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/60 (00376935) April 16-April 26, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/59 (00438260)April 29, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/60 (00376935) May 3, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/59 (00438260) May 4-6, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/51 (00438533) May 13-June 30, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/53 (00437950) May 17-July, 1971:
71-06, Jews in Russia, May 17-June 6, 1971
71-06, Jews in Russia, May 17-May 18, 1971
71-76, Austin schools, May 28-June 14, 1971
71-76, Austin schools, May 28-June 11, 1971
71-76, Austin schools, June 15-June 28, 1971
71-67, Lockheed, May 30-June 30, 1971
71-10, Welfare reform, May 3-June 30, 1971
71-10, Welfare reform, July 1971
71-21, Postmasters, June 11-June 29, 1971
71-68, Busing, June 23-July 13, 1971
71-68, Busing, July 2-July 17, 1971
71-27, ASTRO [America's Sound Transportation Review Organization], June-July 1971
71-10, Welfare reform, July 1971
Box
329-88-0001/61 (00376924) Undated [May-June 1971]
Extent (2 folders)
Box
329-88-0001/59 (00438260) June 3, 1971
June 10, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/57 (00437949) June 10, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/62 (00376913) June 11, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/45 (02580047) July 26-October 29, 1971:
71-23, Gun control, October 14-29, 1971
71-10, Welfare reform, August 12-October 26, 1971
71-68, Busing, September 22-October 29, 1971
71-124, Freeze-federal employees, October 4-29, 1971
71-109, Nixon economic policy, October 15-29, 1971
71-69, Minimum wage, June 14-October 29, 1971
71-121, Dallas County school district consolidation, October 14-29, 1971
71-78 and No Code, Pakistan position, July 26-30, 1971
Box
LMB2 (07248900)Pakistan petition, July 21,1971
Box
329-88-0001/52 (00437916) June 15-July 9, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/57 (00437949) June 17-June 25, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/68 (001842953) June 18-June 21, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/62 (00376913) June 21, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/58 (00440171) June 21-August 12, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/60 (00376935) June 24, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/63 (01845215) June 25, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/64 (01809867) June 28-June 29, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/68 (01842953) June 29-July 21, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/59 (00438260) June 30-July 8, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/57 (00437949) July 6-July19, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/64 (01809867) July 6-July 30, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/62 (00376913) July 6-August 18, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/63 (01845215) July 9, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/51 (00438533) July 9, 1971
Undated [January-September 1971]
Extent (9 folders)
Box
329-88-0001/61 (00376924) July 12-July 15, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/65 (02174997) July 21-July 30, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/61 (00376924) July 23, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/63 (01845215) July 23-August 18, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/57 (00437949) July 26s-August 18, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/68 (01842953) July 29, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/59 (00438260) July 30, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/65 (02174997) Undated [July 1971]
Box
329-88-0001/68 (01842953) Undated [July 1971]
Box
329-88-0001/56 (00437891) August 2-August 17, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/64 (01809867) August 9-August 13, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/58 (00440171) August 19-October 2, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/57 (00437949) August 25-October 8, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/64 (01809867) August 25-September 14, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/63 (01845215) September 16-October 8, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/64 (01809867) September 21-October 8, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/45 (02580047) September-November, 1971:
1-120 and No Code, Wider buses and trucks, August 17-October 29, 1971
71-123, Senate Resolution 38, September 30-October 18, 1971
71-125, Amistad Bill, October 4, 1971
71-126, Agri-marketing, October 8, 1971
71-127, Harris-Pryor Bill, October 13-29, 1971
No Code, House Banking Committee, February 1, 1971
No Code, Allen Amendment, August 12-13, 1971
71-122, Attica Prison, September 27-29, 1971
71-119, Compulsory unionism, September 27, 1971
71-118, Crystal City schools, September 22-October 13, 1971
71-116, Daylight savings, September 16-October 1, 1971
71-115, Alcoholic candy, October 13-October 29, 1971
71-114, Mondale Bill, September 13-14, 1971
71-100, 71-73, 71-113, Mansfield Amendment, July 19-October 29, 1971
71-66, Civil servant retirement, October 28, 1971
71-34, Recomputation military pay, October 28-29, 1971
71-22, Pornography, October 26-28, 1971
71-112, Panama Canal, September 8-October 26, 1971
71-111, Pay-teachers, September 1-27, 1971
71-108, Tax-autos, August 31-October 18, 1971
71-107, Prayer-schools, August 17-November 3, 1971
71-106, Alaskan Native Claim, July 30-October 27, 1971
71-104, Federal elections, July 27-August 13, 1971
71-95, New York Times Secret Papers, July 2-August 12, 1971
71-96, Rhodesian chrome, July 15-October 26, 1971
71-04, Big Thicket, October 13-29, 1971
71-64, Wild horses, October 22, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/46 (02580069) October-November, 1971:
A71-14, Trevino College, October 8-26, 1971
G71-6, Office visitors, October 26, 1971
71-79, EEOC, June 25-October 28, 1971
71-128, Supreme Court nominations, July 19-October 29, 1971
71-72, Drug abuse, June 16-August 6, 1971
1-75, Farm credit, June 10-August 9, 1971
Various topics, June-October, 1971
71-140, Camp safety amendment, November 12, 1971
71-121, Dallas County School District consolidation, November 1-11, 1971
71-142, Section 232 of H.R.1, November 12, 1971
71-131, China/U.N., November 3-4, 1971
G71-6, Office Visitors, November 12, 1971
71-129, Foreign Aid, November 8, 1971
71-138, 7% Foreign Autos, November 8, 1971
71-133, Lent Amendment, November 3, 1971
71-135, Ceiling Price Lists, November 3, 1971
71-04, Big Thicket, November 1-3, 1971
71-09, Red China, November 3, 1971
71-34, Recomputation of Military pay, June 10-November 3, 1971
A71-44, Food Stamp program, October 28-November 3, 1971
71-128, Supreme Court nominations, October 18-November 3, 1971
71-52, Genocide Treaty, June 10-October 4, 1971
71-44, Thank You, September 27-October 18, 1971
Various topics, June-November, 1971
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329-88-0001/47 (00376764) November-December, 1971:
71-17, Population, May 4-November 8, 1971
71-20, Social Security and Welfare, August 19-November 15, 1971
A71-21, Postmasters, July 22-November 15, 1971
71-22, Pornography, July 19-November 8, 1971
71-25, Cancer, June 10-August 18, 1971
71-27, Astro, September 22-October 18, 1971
71-14, P.O.W., June 18-October 13, 1971
71-11, National Health Insurance, June 18-October 7, 1971
71-09, Red China, June 14-November 15, 1971
A71-8, New Citizens, July 7-November 5, 1971
71-01, Pollution, June 10-November 17, 1971
71-131, U.N./China, November 8-December 6, 1971
71-79, E.E.O.C., November 4-24, 1971
71-68, Busing, November 4-December 9, 1971
71-69, Minimum Wage, November 4-December 6, 1971
71-107, Prayer in school, November 4-8, 1971
71-29, Foreign Aid, November 8-18, 1971
71-04, Big Thicket, November 8-24, 1971
71-133, Lent Amendment, November 4-December 9, 1971
71-139, Foreign Aid/U.N., November 9-24, 1971
71-121, Dallas County School District Consolidation, November 4-December 14, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/48 (02580207) November-December, 1971:
71-121, Dallas County School District Consolidation, November 4-December 14, 1971
71-149, Campaign funds, December 6, 1971
71-134, Recomputation of Military retirement pay, November 4-24, 1971
71-128, Supreme Court nominations, November 4-24, 1971
Various topics, June-November, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/65 (02174997) December 1, 6, 9, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/49 (00376775) December 1971:
71-121, Dallas County School District Consolidation, December 7-23, 1971
71-04, Big Thicket, December 8-22, 1971
71-68, Busing, November 19-December 30, 1971
71-114, Child Care, November 10-December 23, 1971
71-128, Supreme Court Appointments, November 19-December 23, 1971
71-133, Lent Amendment, December 17-22, 1971
71-139, Foreign Aid/U.N., November 14-December 15, 1971
71-144, Butz Amendment, November 24-December 20, 1971
Box
329-88-0001/50 (02579977) November-December, 1971:
71-152, Occupational health and safety, December 1971
71-146, Nixon - Miami visit, November-December 1971
71-144, Earl A. Butz appointment, November 1971
71-66, Civil service retirement, April 1971-November 1971
71-19, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, November-December 1971
71-149, Labor-Economy, November-December 1971
71-23, Gun control, November-December 1971
71-69, Minimum wage, April 1971-December 1971
71-34, Military retirement pay, May 1971-December 1971
71-58, Revenue sharing extension, April 1971-December 1971
71-35, Abortion, April 1971-December 1971
71-133, Lent amendment, November-December 1971
71-121, Consolidation, December, 1971
71-131, China/United Nations, November-December 1971
71-04, Big Thicket, November-December 1971
Various topics, November-December 1971
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329-88-0001/66 (00437880) January 4-March 3, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/67 (01845179) January 4-March 13, 1972
Undated [January 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/66 (00437880) Undated [January 1972]
Undated [February 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/70 (01809765) February 1-March 10, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/68 (01842953) March 3, 1972
March 13-April 12, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/67 (01845179) March 22-March 27, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/69 (01845088) March 30-April 12, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/68 (01842953) Undated [March 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/70 (01809765) April 7, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/71 (01809776) April 11-June 1, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/70 (01809765) April 24-May 18, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/72 (01809732) April 26-April 27, 1972
May 11, 1972
May 18-June 20, 1972
Box
329-76-81/21 (02931200) May 30, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/70 (01809765) Undated [May 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/73 (01843617) June 5-June 14, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/75 (01809889) June 13-June 14, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/74 (01845066) June 13-June 14, 1972
June 21-July 17, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/73 (01843617) June 21-June 22, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/75 (01809889) June 23-July 7, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/73 (01843617) June 29-August 8, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/72 (01809732) Undated [June 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/73 (01843617) Undated [June-July 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/75 (01809889) July 17-July 31, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/74 (01845066) July 24-July 28, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/76 (01811009) July 31, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/74 (01845066) Undated [July 1972]
August 7-August 8, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/75 (01809889) August 9-September 5, 1972
Box
329-88-0001/76 (01811009) August 9-October 19, 1972
Undated [September 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/77 (01843854) October 6-November 10, 1972
November 17-January 10, 1973
Undated [October 1972]
Box
329-88-0001/78 (01810196) December 7, 1972 - February 6, 1973
Box
329-88-0001/79 (00437938) January 11-February 27, 1973
Box
329-88-0001/78 (01810196) Undated [January 1973]
Box
329-88-0001/79 (00437938) Undated [January 1973]
Box
329-88-0001/80 (00376753) February 9-March 5, 1973
Box
329-88-0001/81 (00437927) February 23-March 19, 1973
Box
329-88-0001/80 (00376753) Undated [February 1973]
Box
329-76-81/27 (03069284) February 28-March 19, 1973
Box
329-88-0001/82 (00437905) March 14-April 4, 1973
Box
329-88-0001/81 (00437927) Undated [March 1973]
Box
329-88-0001/82 (00437905) Undated [March 1973]
Box
329-88-0001/83 (00438522) Undated
March 28-April 17, 1973
Box
329-88-0001/84 (00438544) April 4-April 17, 1973
Box
329-76-81/17 (02930648) January 30, 1973:
71-35, Abortion, January 30, 1973
April 16-May 4, 1973:
71-04, Big Thicket, con, April 16, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, April 16, 1973
71-107, Prayer in schools, April 16, 1973
71-152, OSHA, April 16, 1973
71-23, Gun control, April 16, 1973
71-34, Recomputation of benefits, April 16, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, April 16, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, April 16, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 16, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 16, 1973
72-162, Broadcast license renewal, April 16, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, pro, April 16, 1973
73-195, LBJ Space Center, con, April 16, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 16, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 16, 1973
73-200, Highway funds, April 16, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, April 16, 1973
73-206, Vocational Rehabilitation Act, con, April 16, 1973
73-210, Social services cut, April 16, 1973
73-214, Mass transit, pro, April 16, 1973
73-215, Mental health centers, April 16, 1973
Amnesty - Vietnam, April 16, 1973
71-14, POWs, April 18, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, April 18, 1973
71-23, Gun control, April 18, 1973
71-35, Abortion, April 18, 1973
71-45, FHA [vocational education], April 18, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 18, 1973
71-68, Busing, April 18, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 18, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 18, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, April 18, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, pro, April 18, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 18, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, April 19, 1973
71-06, Jews in Russia, April 19, 1973
71-07, United Nations, April 19, 1973
71-107, Prayer in schools, April 19, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, April 19, 1973
71-13, Crime, April 19, 1973
71-152, OSHA, April 19, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, April 19, 1973
71-23, Gun control, April 19, 1973
71-29, Foreign aid, April 19, 1973
71-34, Recomputation of benefits, April 19, 1973
71-35, Abortion, April 19, 1973
71-45, FHA [vocational education], April 19, 1973
71-46, Arts and humanities, April 19, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 19, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, April 19, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, April 19, 1973
71-68, Busing, April 19, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, April 19, 1973
71-80, Impact aid, April 19, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 19, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, pro, April 19, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 19, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, April 19, 1973
72-183, No fault insurance, April 19, 1973
72-184, North expressway in San Antonio, con, April 19, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, April 19, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, con, April 19, 1973
73-191, Atlantic Union resolution, April 19, 1973
73-191, REAP [Rural Environmental Assistance Program], April 19, 1973
73-193, REA, April 19, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 19, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, con, April 19, 1973
73-200, Highway funds, April 19, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, April 19, 1973
73-202, Nursing cuts, April 19, 1973
73-203, OEO cut, April 19, 1973
73-204, Vets disability cut, April 19, 1973
73-206, Vocational rehabilitation act, con, April 19, 1973
73-206, Vocational rehabilitation act, pro, April 19, 1973
73-210, Social services cut, April 19, 1973
73-211, Predator control, April 19, 1973
73-215, Mental health centers, April 19, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, April 19, 1973
71-152, OSHA, April 23, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, April 23, 1973
71-35, Abortion, April 23, 1973
71-45, FHA [Vocational Act], April 23, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 23, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, April 23, 1973
71-68, Busing, April 23, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, April 23, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 23, 1973
72-156, Southeast Asia, con, April 23, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 23, 1973
72-165, Foreign Trade and Investments, April 23, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, April 23, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, April 23, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 23, 1973
73-206, Vocational rehabilitation act, con, April 23, 1973
73-206, Vocational rehabilitation act, pro, April 23, 1973
73-213, Inflation, April 23, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, April 24, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, April 24, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, April 24, 1973
71-34, Recomputation [of benefits], April 24, 1973
71-35, Abortion, April 24, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 24, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, April 24, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, April 24, 1973
71-68, Busing, April 24, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 24, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 24, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, April 24, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, pro, April 24, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 24, 1973
73-213, Inflation, April 24, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, April 24, 1973
G71-6, Visitors [missing], April 24, 1973
Rollback of oil prices, April 24, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, April 25, 1973
71-152, OSHA, April 25, 1973
71-23, Gun control, April 25, 1973
71-35, Abortion, April 25, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 25, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, April 25, 1973
71-68, Busing, April 25, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, April 25, 1973
72-156, Southeast Asia, April 25, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 25, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 25, 1973
72-165, Foreign Trade and Investments, con, April 25, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, April 25, 1973
73-200, Highway funds, April 25, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, April 25, 1973
73-206, Vocational rehabilitation act, con, April 25, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, April 25, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, April 25, 1973
, Rollback of oil prices, April 25, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, April 26, 1973
71-35, Abortion, April 26, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 26, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 26, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 26, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, April 26, 1973
72-213, Inflation, April 26, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 26, 1973
A72-50, High school grads, April 26, 1973
Rollback of oil prices, April 26, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, con, April 30, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, April 30, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, April 30, 1973
71-23, Gun control, April 30, 1973
71-34, Recomputation [of benefits], April 30, 1973
71-35, Abortion, April 30, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 30, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, April 30, 1973
71-68, Busing, April 30, 1973
71-69, Minmum wage, April 30, 1973
71-81, Social security tax, April 30, 1973
72-156, Southeast Asia, con, April 30, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, April 30, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, April 30, 1973
72-165, Foreign Trade and Investments, con, April 30, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, April 30, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, April 30, 1973
73-213, Inflation, April 30, 1973
Agriculture cuts petitions, April 30, 1973
Rollback of oil prices, April 30, 1973
Corps of Engineers lake fees, April 30, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, May 1, 1973
71-35, Abortion, May 1, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, May 1, 1973
71-68, Busing, May 1, 1973
71-80, Impact aid, May 1, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, May 1, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, May 1, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, pro, May 1, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, May 1, 1973
73-213, Inflation, May 1, 1973
Agriculture cuts petitions, May 1, 1973
Neighborhood Youth Corps, May 1, 1973
Agriculture cuts petitions, May 2, 1973
71-119, Right to work, May 3, 1973
71-152, OSHA, May 3, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, May 3, 1973
71-29, Foreign aid, May 3, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, May 3, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, May 3, 1973
71-68, Busing, May 3, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, May 3, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, May 3, 1973
72-156, Southeast Asia, con, May 3, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, May 3, 1973
72-183, No fault insurance, May 3, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, con, May 3, 1973
73-193, REA, May 3, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, May 3, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, May 3, 1973
73-206, Vocational rehabilitation act, con, May 3, 1973
73-215, Mental health centers, May 3, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, May 3, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, May 3, 1973
Educational tax credit, pro, May 3, 1973
Rollback of oil prices, May 3, 1973
Newsletter reaction, May 3, 1973
71-35, Abortion, May 4, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, May 4, 1973
71-68, Busing, May 4, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, May 4, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, May 4, 1973
72-172, National Guard technicians, May 4, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, May 4, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, May 4, 1973
73-212, Emission controls, con, May 4, 1973
73-214, Mass transit, pro, May 4, 1973
Box
329-77-96/49 (03004416) April 30-May 23, 1973
Box
329-76-81/15B (05229177) May 21-May 30, 1973
Undated [May? 1973]
Box
329-77-96/49 (03004416) Undated [May 1973]
Box
329-76-81/15 (05229188) May 18-June 12, 1973:
Lobbying Act, May 18, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, con, May 18, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, May 18, 1973
71-06, Jews in Russia, May 18, 1973
71-06, Alaskan Pipeline, May 18, 1973
71-14, POW, May 18, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, May 18, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, May 18, 1973
71-23, Gun Control, May 18, 1973
71-34, Recomputation, May 18, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, May 18, 1973
71-55, Health Insurance, May 18, 1973
71-66, Civil Service Retirement, May 18, 1973
71-68, Busing, May 18, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, May 18, 1973
72-156, Southeast Asia, con, May 18, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, May 18, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, May 18, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, May 18, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, May 18, 1973
72-184, No Expressway, con, May 18, 1973
72-186, Land Use, May 18, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, pro, May 18, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, con, May 18, 1973
72-213, Inflation, May 18, 1973
73-193, R.E.A., May 18, 1973
73-201, VA Pensions, May 18, 1973
73-201, VA Pensions, May 18, 1973
73-204, Veterans Disability Cut, May 18, 1973
73-207, Atlantic Union Resolution, May 18, 1973
73-210, Social Security Cut, May 18, 1973
73-211, Predator Control, May 18, 1973
73-214, Mass Transit, pro, May 18, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, May 18, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, May 18, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro, May 18, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro, May 18, 1973
A72-50, High School Graduates, May 18, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, May 21, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, May 21, 1973
71-119, Right-to-Work, May 22, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, May 22, 1973
71-68, Busing, May 22, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, May 22, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, May 22, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, pro, May 22, 1973
73-199, Budget Cuts, pro, May 22, 1973
73-204, Veterans Disability Cut, May 22, 1973
A72-50, High School Graduates, May 22, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, May 23, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, May 23, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, May 23, 1973
72-184, No Expressway, con, May 23, 1973
72-186, Land Use, May 23, 1973
73-199, Budget Cuts, pro, May 23, 1973
73-200, Highway Funds, May 23, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, May 23, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, May 23, 1973
Lobbying Act, May 25, 1973
Public Health Service Hospitals, May 25, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, con, May 25, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, May 25, 1973
71-07, UN, May 25, 1973
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, May 25, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, May 25, 1973
71-152, OSHA, May 25, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, May 25, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, May 25, 1973
71-68, Busing, May 25, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, May 25, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, May 25, 1973
72-156, Southeast Asia, con, May 25, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, May 25, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, May 25, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, pro, May 25, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, May 25, 1973
72-184, No Expressway, pro, May 25, 1973
72-186, Land Use, May 25, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, pro, May 25, 1973
73-193, REA, May 25, 1973
73-196, SER, May 25, 1973
73-199, Budget Cuts, pro, May 25, 1973
73-201, VA Pensions, May 25, 1973
73-210, Social Security Cut, May 25, 1973
73-213, Inflation, May 25, 1973
73-214, Mass Transit, pro, May 25, 1973
73-217, Private Pensions, May 25, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, May 25, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro, May 25, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, May 25, 1973
G71-6, Vistors [Visitors], (in central files), May 25, 1973
Basic Education, May 30, 1973
71-01, Pollution, May 30, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, May 30, 1973
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, May 30, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, May 30, 1973
71-14, POW, May 30, 1973
71-152, OSHA, May 30, 1973
71-23, Gun Control, May 30, 1973
71-35, Abortion, May 30, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, May 30, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, May 30, 1973
72-165, Free Trade and Imports, con, May 30, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, May 30, 1973
72-183, No-Fault, May 30, 1973
72-186, Land Use, May 30, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, May 30, 1973
73-193, REA, May 30, 1973
73-199, Budget Cuts, con, May 30, 1973
73-202, Nursing, cuts, May 30, 1973
73-212, Auto Emission, May 30, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, May 30, 1973
Basic Education, June 1, 1973
Public Health Service Hospitals, June 1, 1973
Neighborhood Youth Corps Program, June 1, 1973
Lobbying Act, June 1, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 1, 1973
71-101, Supreme Court, June 1, 1973
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, June 1, 1973
71-107, Prayer-Schools, June 1, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 1, 1973
71-14, POW, June 1, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 1, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 1, 1973
71-23, Gun Control, June 1, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 1, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, June 1, 1973
71-55, Health Insurance, June 1, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, June 1, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, June 1, 1973
72-156, Southeast Asia, con, June 1, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, June 1, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, June 1, 1973
72-165, Free Trade and Imports, con, June 1, 1973
72-188, Edcuation Tax Credit, pro, June 1, 1973
73-193, REA, June 1, 1973
73-196, SER, June 1, 1973
73-199, Budget Cuts, pro, June 1, 1973
73-199, Budget Cuts, con, June 1, 1973
73-201, VA Pensions, June 1, 1973
73-202, Nursing cuts, June 1, 1973
73-203, Office of Economic Opportunity Cut, June 1, 1973
73-212, Auto Emission, con, June 1, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 1, 1973
73-217, Private Pensions, June 1, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 1, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, June 1, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro, June 1, 1973
A72-50, High School Graduates, June 1, 1973
G71-6, Vistors [Visitors], (in central files), June 1, 1973
Basic Education, June 4, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 4, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 4, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 4, 1973
71-23, Gun Control, June 4, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 4, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, June 4, 1973
71-80, Impact Aid, June 4, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, June 4, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, June 4, 1973
72-180, Tax Reform, June 4, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 4, 1973
73-212, Auto Emission, con, June 4, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 4, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, June 4, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro, June 4, 1973
Lobbying Act, June 5, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 5, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 5, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 5, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 5, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 5, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, June 5, 1973
71-80, Impact Aid, June 5, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, June 5, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, June 5, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, June 5, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, pro, June 5, 1973
72-180, Tax Reform, June 5, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 5, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, pro, June 5, 1973
73-200, Highway Funds, June 5, 1973
73-204, Veterans Disability, June 5, 1973
73-219, Watergatem con, June 5, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro, June 5, 1973
Jackson Amendment, June 6, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, con, June 6, 1973
71-09, Mainland China, June 6, 1973
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, June 6, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 6, 1973
71-149, Campaign Funds, June 6, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 6, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 6, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, June 6, 1973
71-68, Busing, June 6, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, June 6, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, June 6, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 6, 1973
72-188, Edcuation Tax Credit, pro, June 6, 1973
72-189, Consumer Protection Agency, June 6, 1973
73-200, Highway Funds, June 6, 1973
73-204, Veterans Disability Cut, June 6, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, June 6, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro, June 6, 1973
A72-50, High School Graduates, June 6, 1973
71-09, Mainland China, June 7, 1973
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, June 7, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 7, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 7, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 7, 1973
71-68, Busing, June 7, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, June 7, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, June 7, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, June 7, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 7, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, pro, June 7, 1973
73-201, VA Pensions, June 7, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 7, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, June 7, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro, June 7, 1973
Basic Education, June 11, 1973
Lobbying Act, June 11, 1973
71-09, Mainland China, June 11, 1973
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, June 11, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 11, 1973
71-14, POW, June 11, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 11, 1973
71-17, Population, June 11, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 11, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, June 11, 1973
71-68, Busing, June 11, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, June 11, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, June 11, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, con, June 11, 1973
72-165, Free Trade and Imports, con, June 11, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 11, 1973
72-183, No-Fault, June 11, 1973
73-199, Budget Cuts, pro, June 11, 1973
73-200, Highway Funds, June 11, 1973
73-214, Mass Transit, pro, June 11, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, June 11, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro, June 11, 1973
Basic Education, June 12, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 12, 1973
71-106, Alaskan Pipeline, June 12, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 12, 1973
71-14, POW, June 12, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 12, 1973
71-23, Gun Control, June 12, 1973
71-52, Genocide Treaty, June 12, 1973
71-55, Health Insurance, June 12, 1973
71-69, Minimum Wage, June 12, 1973
71-84, Railroad Retirement, June 12, 1973
72-156, Vietnam Aid, June 12, 1973
72-159, Draft Amnesty, June 12, 1973
72-165, Free Trade and Imports, con, June 12, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 12, 1973
72-188, Education Tax Credit, June 12, 1973
73-2000, Highway Funds, June 12, 1973
73-201, VA Pensions, June 12, 1973
73-203, Office of Economic Opportunity Cut, June 12, 1973
73-204, Veterans Disability, June 12, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 12, 1973
73-214, Mass Transit, pro, June 12, 1973
73-217, Private Pensions, June 12, 1973
73-218, Funds Cut Off Cambodia, pro, June 12, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 12, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, June 12, 1973
Box
329-76-81/19 (02930706) June 11-July 11, 1973:
71-152, OSHA, June 11, 1973
71-23, Gun control, June 11, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, June 11, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 11, 1973
73-204, Veterans disability cut, June 11, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 11, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro, June 11, 1973
A71-8, New citizens, June 11, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 13, 1973
71-09, Mainland China, June 13, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, June 13, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 13, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 13, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 13, 1973
71-45, FHA (vocational training), June 13, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, June 13, 1973
71-84, Railroad retirement, June 13, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 13, 1973
72-180, Tax reform, June 13, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 13, 1973
73-200, Highway funds, June 13, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, June 13, 1973
73-203, OEO cut, June 13, 1973
73-204, Veterans disability, June 13, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 13, 1973
73-214, Mass transit, pro, June 13, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 13, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con, June 13, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro, June 13, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 19, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 19, 1973
71-06, Jews in Russia, June 19, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 19, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 19, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, June 19, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 19, 1973
71-14, POWs, June 19, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 19, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 19, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 19, 1973
71-17, Population, June 19, 1973
71-23, Gun control, June 19, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 19, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, June 19, 1973
71-68, Busing, June 19, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, June 19, 1973
71-84, Railroad retirement, June 19, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 19, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 19, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, June 19, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, June 19, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 19, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 19, 1973
72-186, Land use, June 19, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, June 19, 1973
72-189, Consumer Protection Agency, June 19, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, June 19, 1973
73-203, OED cut, June 19, 1973
73-204, Veterans disability cut, June 19, 1973
73-207, Atlantic Union Resolution, June 19, 1973
73-212, Emission control, con, June 19, 1973
73-212, Auto emissions, con, June 19, 1973
73-214, Mass transit, June 19, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, con, June 19, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, June 19, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 19, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), June 19, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro (investigate), June 19, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro (investigate), June 19, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), June 19, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), June 19, 1973
73-221, Price supports (agricultural), June 19, 1973
Basic education, June 19, 1973
Predator control, June 19, 1973
Lobbying act, June 19, 1973
Bottlers (no letters), June 19, 1973
73-192, Dairy costs, June 20, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 21, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 21, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, June 21, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 21, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 21, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 21, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 21, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, June 21, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 21, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 21, 1973
73-192, Dairy costs, June 21, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, con, June 21, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 21, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro (investigate), June 21, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), June 21, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), June 21, 1973
G71-6, Visitors (letters in central files), June 21, 1973
Basic education, June 21, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 22, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 22, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 22, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 22, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 22, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 22, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, June 22, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 22, 1973
73-192, Dairy costs, June 22, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, con, June 22, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), June 22, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation, con, June 22, 1973
Basic education, June 22, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 25, 1973
71-06, Jews in Russia, June 25, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 25, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, June 25, 1973
71-13, Crime, June 25, 1973
71-14, POWs, June 25, 1973
71-149, Campaign funds, June 25, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 25, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 25, 1973
71-17, Population, June 25, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 25, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, June 25, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, June 25, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, June 25, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 25, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, June 25, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 25, 1973
72-188, Educational tax credit, pro, June 25, 1973
73-199, Budget cuts, pro, June 25, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, June 25, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 25, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 25, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), June 25, 1973
73-221, Price supports (agriculture), June 25, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation (of gasoline), June 25, 1973
Basic education, June 25, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 26, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, June 26, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, June 26, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 26, 1973
71-68, Busing, June 26, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 26, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, June 26, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 26, 1973
73-218, Cambodia funds cut-off, con, June 26, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), June 26, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation (of gasoline), con, June 26, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, con, June 27, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 27, 1973
71-06, Jews in Russia, June 27, 1973
71-07, United Nations, June 27, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 27, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, June 27, 1973
71-119, Right to work, pro, June 27, 1973
71-14, POWs, June 27, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 27, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 27, 1973
71-23, Gun control, June 27, 1973
71-29, Foreign aid, June 27, 1973
71-34, Recomputation of benefits, June 27, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, June 27, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, June 27, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, June 27, 1973
71-68, Busing, June 27, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, June 27, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 27, 1973
73-193, REA, June 27, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, June 27, 1973
73-206, Vocational rehabilitation act, pro, June 27, 1973
73-207, Atlantic Union resolution, June 27, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, con, June 27, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, June 27, 1973
73-218, Cambodia funds cut-off, con, June 27, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 27, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), June 27, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation (of gasoline), con, June 27, 1973
73-223, EPA clean air standards, con, June 27, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, June 28, 1973
71-09, Red China, June 28, 1973
71-14, POWs, June 28, 1973
71-152, OSHA, June 28, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, June 28, 1973
71-181, Food stamps for strikers, June 28, 1973
71-23, Gun control, June 28, 1973
71-29, Foreign aid, June 28, 1973
71-35, Abortion, June 28, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, June 28, 1973
71-68, Busing, June 28, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, con, June 28, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, June 28, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, June 28, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, June 28, 1973
73-203, OEO cut, June 28, 1973
73-213, Inflation, June 28, 1973
73-218, Cambodia funds cut-off, con, June 28, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, June 28, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), June 28, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), June 28, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation, con, June 28, 1973
73-223, EPA clean air standards, June 28, 1973
Jackson amendment, June 28, 1973
Postal supervisors, pro, June 28, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, July 3, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, July 3, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, con, July 3, 1973
71-09, Red China, July 3, 1973
71-09, Red China, July 3, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, July 3, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, July 3, 1973
71-14, POWs, July 3, 1973
71-14, POWs, July 3, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, July 3, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, July 3, 1973
71-181, Food stamps for strikers, July 3, 1973
71-23, Gun control, July 3, 1973
71-35, Abortion, July 3, 1973
71-35, Abortion, July 3, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, July 3, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, July 3, 1973
71-68, Busing, July 3, 1973
71-68, Busing, July 3, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, con, July 3, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, pro, July 3, 1973
71-84, Railroad retirement, July 3, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, July 3, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, July 3, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, pro, July 3, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, July 3, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, July 3, 1973
72-186, Land use, con, July 3, 1973
72-186, Land use, pro, July 3, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, July 3, 1973
73-212, Auto emissions, con, July 3, 1973
73-213, Inflation, July 3, 1973
73-213, Inflation, July 3, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, July 3, 1973
73-218, Cambodia funds cut-off, con, July 3, 1973
73-218, Case-Church, pro, July 3, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), July 3, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), July 3, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation (of gasoline), con, July 3, 1973
73-223, EPA clean air standards, July 3, 1973
Jackson amendment, July 3, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, July 5, 1973
71-09, Red China, July 5, 1973
71-106, Alaskan pipeline, July 5, 1973
71-14, POWs, July 5, 1973
71-149, Campaign funds, July 5, 1973
71-152, OSHA, July 5, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, July 5, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, July 5, 1973
71-68, Busing, July 5, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, July 5, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, pro, July 5, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, July 5, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, July 5, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, July 5, 1973
72-186, Land use, con, July 5, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, July 5, 1973
73-203, OEO cut, July 5, 1973
73-213, Inflation, July 5, 1973
73-216, Lumber prices, pro, July 5, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, July 5, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), July 5, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), July 5, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation (of gasoline), con, July 5, 1973
73-223, EPA clean air standards, July 5, 1973
Lobbying act, July 5, 1973
Basic education (no letters), July 5, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, July 6, 1973
71-07, Population, July 6, 1973
71-09, Red China, July 6, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, July 6, 1973
71-14, POWs, July 6, 1973
71-149, Campaign funds, July 6, 1973
71-152, OSHA, July 6, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, July 6, 1973
71-34, Recomputation of benefits, July 6, 1973
71-35, Abortion, July 6, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, July 6, 1973
71-68, Busing, July 6, 1973
71-84, Railroad retirement, July 6, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, July 6, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, July 6, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, July 6, 1973
73-201, VA pensions, July 6, 1973
73-213, Inflation, July 6, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), July 6, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro (investigate), July 6, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), July 6, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation (of gasoline), con, July 6, 1973
73-223, EPA clean air standards, July 6, 1973
G71-6, Visitors, July 6, 1973
Newsletter reaction, July 6, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, July 9, 1973
71-09, Red China, July 9, 1973
71-14, POWs, July 9, 1973
71-152, OSHA, July 9, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, July 9, 1973
71-34, Recomputation of benefits, July 9, 1973
71-35, Abortion, July 9, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, July 9, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, July 9, 1973
71-68, Busing, July 9, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, con, July 9, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, July 9, 1973
72-180, Tax reform, con, July 9, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, July 9, 1973
72-186, Land use, con, July 9, 1973
73-210, Social services cut, July 9, 1973
73-212, Auto emissions, con, July 9, 1973
73-217, Private pensions, July 9, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro (investigate), July 9, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), July 9, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), July 9, 1973
Newsletter reaction, July 9, 1973
Postal supervisors, July 9, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, July 10, 1973
71-09, Red China, July 10, 1973
71-14, POWs, July 10, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, July 10, 1973
71-35, Abortion, July 10, 1973
71-55, Health insurance, July 10, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, July 10, 1973
71-68, Busing, July 10, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, con, July 10, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, pro, July 10, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, July 10, 1973
72-159, Draft amnesty, con, July 10, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, July 10, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, July 10, 1973
72-186, Land use, con, July 10, 1973
72-186, Land use, pro, July 10, 1973
72-203, OEO cut, July 10, 1973
73-213, Inflation, July 10, 1973
73-218, Cut off funds, pro, July 10, 1973
73-218, Cut off funds, con, July 10, 1973
73-219, Watergate, pro (investigate), July 10, 1973
73-219, Watergate, con (investigate), July 10, 1973
73-220, Watergate, pro (impeach), July 10, 1973
73-222, Mandatory allocation (of gasoline), con, July 10, 1973
A71-8, New citizens, July 10, 1973
Newsletter reaction, July 10, 1973
71-04, Big Thicket, pro, July 11, 1973
71-09, Red China, July 11, 1973
71-112, Panama Canal, July 11, 1973
71-14, POWs, July 11, 1973
71-152, OSHA, July 11, 1973
71-153, Food supplements, July 11, 1973
71-52, Genocide treaty, July 11, 1973
71-66, Civil service retirement, July 11, 1973
71-68, Busing, July 11, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, pro, July 11, 1973
71-69, Minimum wage, con, July 11, 1973
71-84, Railroad retirement, July 11, 1973
72-156, Vietnam aid, July 11, 1973
72-165, Foreign trade and investment, con, July 11, 1973
72-181, Food stamps for strikers, July 11, 1973

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