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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

IV. Correspondence Subgroup, 1971-1993

V. Press Section Subgroup, 1930-1931, 1942-1994

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.

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.

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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.
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329-89-13/16 (02173269)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.
CMS correspondence, 1977-1992:
Group (multiple-recipient) letters:
8148, Federal child care legislation May 27, 1988,
Retail competition, May 27, 1988
Liability insurance settlements, May 27, 1988
8152, Abortion May 31, 1988,
Taxes/artists, May 31, 1988
8153, Catastrophic care June 1, 1988,
8154, Minimum wage increase June 2, 1988,
All Terrain Vehicle court decision, June 2, 1988
8154, Child protection and obscenity enforcement June 2, 1988,
Laboratory animals, June 2, 1988
8154, Child care tax credit June 2, 1988,
Liability insurance settlements, June 2, 1988
Federal child care legislation, June 2, 1988
Retail competition, June 2, 1988
Medicare, June 2, 1988
Mandatory employee health insurance, June 2, 1988
8155, Minimum wage increase June 3, 1988,
8158, Taxes/artists May 6, 1988,
All Terrain Vehicle court decision, June 6, 1988
San Antonio Real Property Maintenance Agency, June 6, 1988
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329-89-13/17 (01958991) 8160, Taxes/artists June 8, 1988,
Liability insurance settlements, June 8, 1988
Child pornography, June 8, 1988
Mandatory employee health insurance, June 8, 1988
8160, Federal child care legislation June 7, 1988,
8161, Mothers June 8, 1988,
8165, Mandatory employee health insurance June 13, 1988,
Women in development, June 13, 1988
San Antonio Real Property Maintenance Agency, June 13, 1988
8167, National forests June 15, 1988,
Medicaid/mental retardation, June 15, 1988
Liability insurance settlements, June 15, 1988
Family planning amendments, June 15, 1988
Federal child care legislation, June 15, 1988
Mandatory employee health insurance, June 15, 1988
All Terrain Vehicle court settlement, June 15, 1988
8169, All Terrain Vehicle court settlement June 17, 1988,
Minimum wage increase, June 17, 1988
8172, South African imports June 20, 1988,
Minimum wage increase, June 20, 1988
Postal Service off-budget, June 20, 1988
8173, Taxpayers' Bill of Rights June 20-21, 1988,
8173, empty folder June 21, 1988,
8173, All Terrain Vehicle court settlement June 21, 1988,
Taxpayer's Bill of Rights, June 21, 1988
ESOP program, June 21, 1988
8174, Federal child care legislation June 22, 1988,
Minimum wage increase, June 22, 1988
Staggers Act, June 22, 1988
8174, High Risk Occupational Disease Notification Act June 22, 1988,
Dolphins/Marine Mammal Protection Act, June 22, 1988
San Antonio Real Property Maintenance Agency, June 22, 1988
Clean Air Act, June 22, 1988
National forests, June 22, 1988
All Terrain Vehicle court settlement, June 22, 1988
8175, Liability Insurance settlements June 23, 1988,
Taxpayer's Bill of Rights, June 23, 1988
8175, All Terrain Vehicle court settlement June 23, 1988,
8175, South Africa June 23, 1988,
Federal child care legislation, June 23, 1988
Staggers Act, June 23, 1988
8176, Minimum wage increase June 23, 1988,
8179, High Risk Occupational Disease Notification Act June 24, 1988,
Staggers Act, June 24, 1988
8179, Abortion June 27, 1988,
Employers Reversion Suspension Act, June 27, 1988
Postal Service off-budget, June 27, 1988
High Risk Occupational Disease Notification Act, June 27, 1988
8179, Taxpayer's Bill of Rights June 27, 1988,
Liability Insurance settlements, June 27, 1988
Staggers Act, June 27, 1988
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329-89-13/18 (02174578) (8180-8183) June 28-July 1, 1988
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329-89-13/19 (02173270) (8187-8200) July 5-July 18, 1988
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329-89-13/20 (02175617) (8200-8208) July 18-July 26, 1988
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329-89-13/21 (02176879) (8209-8217) July 27-August 4, 1988
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329-89-13/22 (02173600) (8217) August 4, 1988
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329-89-13/23 (02173633) (8218-8222) August 5-August 9, 1988
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329-89-13/24 (02175264) (8223-8229) August 19-August 16, 1988
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329-89-13/25 (01809787) (8230-8239) August 17-August 26, 1988
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329-89-13/26 (02176755) (8242-8257) August 29-September 13, 1988
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329-89-13/27 (02173280) (8258-8264) September 14-September 20, 1988
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329-89-13/28 (02173779) (8264-8273) September 20-September 29, 1988
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329-90-321/1 (02173666) (8274) September 30, 1988
S. B. 2238, Uniform capitalization rule, September 29, 1988
S. B. 1830, Notch bill, September 29, 1988
S. B. 2047, Warning labels on beer packages, September 29, 1988
Target job tax credit, September 29, 1988
S. B. 1489, Phantom income tax on mutual funds, September 29, 1988
Housing cooperatives, September 29, 1988
Section 127 of the Internal Revenue Service Code, September 29, 1988
(8277) October 3, 1988
S. B. 2378, Investment in South Africa, September 30, 1988
S. B. 1673, Medicaid Home and Community Quality Services Act, September 30, 1988
S. B. 1830, Notch bill, September 30, 1988
S. B. 2238, Uniform capitalization rule, September 30, 1988
(8278) October 4, 1988
S. B. General Aviation Liability Standards Act, October 3, 1988
S. B. 1830, Notch bill, October 3, 1988
Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act, October 3, 1988
S. B. 1774, Taxpayers' Bill of Rights, October 3, 1988
S. 2238, Technical Corrections Act, October 3, 1988
S. 2238, Uniform capitalization rule, October 3, 1988
S. 2238, Diesel fuel tax, October 3, 1988
S. 2238, Life insurance, October 3, 1988
(8279) October 5, 1988
Acid rain compromise, October 4, 1988
S. 1830, Notch bill, October 4, 1988
Credit unions, October 4, 1988
(2880) October 6, 1988
H. R. 2999, Elephant Conservation Act, October 5, 1988
S. 1830, Notch bill, October 5, 1988
S. 2238, Diesel fuel tax, October 5, 1988
S. 2488, Parental leave, October 5, 1988
(8281) October 7, 1988
S. 2756, South Africa, October 6, 1988
(8285) October 11, 1988
H. U. D. [Department of Housing and Urban Development], October 11, 1988
(8286) October 12, 1988
S. J. Res. 315, National Chester F. Carlson Recognition Day, October 12, 1988
(8287) October 13, 1988
S. 1894, Emission control system warranty, October 12, 1988
S. 2378, Comprehensive Sanctions Bill, October 12, 1988
Medicare budget, October 12, 1988
H. R. 2999, Elephant Conservation Act, October 11, 1988
S. 1265, Mandatory health insurance bill, October 12, 1988
Medicare budget, October 11, 1988
Elephant Conservation Act, October 6, 1988
Mandatory health insurance bill, October 11, 1988
S. 1830, Notch bill, October 11, 1988
Environment, October 12, 1988
(8288) October 14, 1988
Medicare budget, October 14, 1988
S. 1830, Notch bill, October 14, 1988
(8291) October 17, 1988
H. R. 4333, Christa McAuliffe fellowship, October 14, 1988
S. 1265, Mandatory health insurance bill, October 14, 1988
S. 1830, Notch bill, October 14, 1988
Medicare budget, October 14, 1988
(8292) October 18, 1988
Visitor list to Bentsen's office, October 17, 1988
S. 1830, Notch bill, October 17, 1988
S. 2238, Technical Corrections Act, October 17, 1988
Medicare budget, October 17, 1988
Partnership for improved air travel, October 18, 1988
(8284) October 20, 1988
S. 2238, Technical Corrections Act, October 7, 1988
S. 1830, Notch bill, October 7, 1988
H. R. 3660, A. B. C. Child Care Bill, October 7, 1988
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329-90-321/2 (02174895) (8293-8313) October 19-November 8, 1988
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329-90-321/3 (02173542) (8315-8336) November 10-December 1, 1988
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329-90-321/4 (02174115) (8337-9005) December 2, 1988 - January 5, 1989
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329-90-321/5 (02175741) (9006-9010) January 6-January 10, 1989
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329-90-321/6 (02174658) (9010-9012) January 10-January 12, 1989
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329-90-321/7 (01843548) (9012-9017) January 12-January 17, 1989
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329-90-321/8 (02174669) (9018-9023) January 18-January 23, 1989
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329-90-321/9 (02174024) (9025-9027) January 25-January 27, 1989
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329-90-321/10 (00153850) (9027) January 27, 1989
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329-90-321/11 (01845113) (9027-9030) January 27-January 30, 1989
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329-90-321/12 (01956293) (9030-9031) January 30-January 31, 1989
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329-90-321/13 (02175719) (9031-9032) January 31-February 1, 1989
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329-90-321/14 (02173677) (9033) February 2, 1989
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329-90-321/15 (02174647) (9033-9037) February 2-February 6, 1989
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329-90-321/16 (02173950) (9037-9040) February 6-February 9, 1989
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329-90-321/17 (02364686) (9040) February 9, 1989
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329-90-321/18 (02173655) (9040-9046) February 9-February 15, 1989
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329-90-321/19 (01845180) (9046-9055) February 15-February 24, 1989
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329-90-321/20 (01843752) (9058-9061) February 27-March 2, 1989
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329-90-321/21 (02175912) (9062-9065) March 3-March 6, 1989
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329-90-321/22 (00153840) (9065-9068) March 6-March 9, 1989
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329-90-321/23 (00153930) (9068-9072) March 9-March 13, 1989
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329-90-321/24 (01956307) (9072) March 13, 1989
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93-138/701 (01062105) (9072) March 13, 1989
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329-90-321/25 (01955257) (9073) March 14, 1989
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329-90-321/26 (02174068) (9074-9076) March 15-March 17, 1989
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329-90-321/27 (00153894) (9076) March 17, 1989
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329-90-321/28 (00153920) (9079-9080) March 20-March 21, 1989
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329-90-321/29 (01844595) (9080-9082) March 21-March 23, 1989
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329-90-321/30 (02176799) (9082-9086) March 23-March 27, 1989
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329-90-321/31 (02175526) (9087-9089) March 28-March 30, 1989
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329-90-321/32 (02175865) (9090-9096) March 31-April 6, 1989
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329-90-321/33 (02173939) (9096-9101) April 6-April 11, 1989
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329-90-321/34 (02174840) (9102-9104) April 12-April 14, 1989
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329-90-321/35 (01843559) (9104) April 14, 1989
Mandatory employee health care, April 14, 1989
Catastrophic care, April 14, 1989
Union pension plans, April 14, 1989
COLA for retired military veterans, April 14, 1989
Intern Applications-rejections, April 14, 1989
Gun control (con), April 17, 1989
Extent (6 folders)
(9107) April 17, 1989
Social Security and Medicare, April 17, 1989
Gun control (pro), April 17, 1989
Section 89 taxes/Health care, April 17, 1989
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329-90-321/36 (01844890) (9108-9110) April 18-April 20, 1989
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329-90-321/37 (01844369) (9111-9118) April 21-April 28, 1989
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329-90-321/38 (02175774) (9121-9122) May 1-May 2, 1989
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329-90-321/39 (02175457) (9122) May 2, 1989
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329-90-321/40 (02176835) (9123-9128) May 3-May 8, 1989
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329-90-321/41 (01842975) (9128-9132) May 8-May 12, 1989
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329-90-321/42 (02175752) (9132-9138) May 12-May 18, 1989
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329-90-321/43 (02174104) (9139-9142) May 19-May 22, 1989
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93-138/701 (01062105) (9142) May 22, 1989
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329-90-321/44 (02173688) (9143-9145) May 23-May 25, 1989
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329-90-321/45 (02175901) (9145-9152) May 25-June 1, 1989
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329-90-321/46 (02176904) (9153-9158) June 2-June 7, 1989
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329-90-321/47 (02175388) (9158-9159) June 7-June 8, 1989
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329-90-321/48 (02173430) (9159-9163) June 8-June 12, 1989
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329-90-321/49 (01844992) (9164-9166) June 13-June 15, 1989
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329-90-321/50 (02175140) (9167-9170) June 16-June 19, 1989
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329-90-321/51 (02176937) (9171-9173) June 20-June 22, 1989
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329-90-321/52 (01844562) (9174-9177) June 23-June 26, 1989
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329-90-321/53 (02174884) (9178-9186) June 27-July 5, 1989
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93-138/701 (01062105) (9179) June 28, 1989
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329-90-321/54 (01844449) (9187-9188) July 6-July 7, 1989
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329-90-321/55 (02175592) (9191-9192) July 10-July 11, 1989
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329-90-321/56 (01844303) (9194-9199) July 13-July 18, 1989
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329-90-321/57 (01844530) (9200-9202) July 20-July 21, 1989
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329-90-321/58 (01844518) (9202-9205) July 21-July 24, 1989
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329-90-321/59 (02175683) (9206-9208) July 24-July 27, 1989
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329-90-321/60 (02175800) (9208-9215) July 27-August 3, 1989
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329-90-321/61 (02174909) (9216-9222) August 4-August 10, 1989
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329-90-321/62 (02173815) (9222-9229) August 10-August 17, 1989
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93-138/701 (01062105) (9229) August 17, 1989
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329-90-321/63 (02173928) (9229-9230) August 17-August 18, 1989
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329-90-321/64 (01844529) (9230-9233) August 18-August 21, 1989
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329-90-321/65 (02175694) (9234-9236) August 22-August 24, 1989
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329-90-321/66 (02175151) (9236-9240) August 24-August 28, 1989
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329-90-321/67 (01843581) (9241-9242) August 29-August 30, 1989
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329-90-321/68 (02175581) (9243-9248) August 31-September 5, 1989
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93-138/588 (01064585) September 5, 1989
9248, 66 (Steve) G-2, 1984 (May, July-August 1989)
9248, 66 (Steve) G-3, July-August 1989
September 6, 1989
9249, 66 (Steve) G, August 1989
September 7, 1989
9250, 34 (Vickie) G-1, June-September 1989
9250, 34 (Vickie) G2, April-August 1989
9250, 66 (Steve) G, July-August 1989
September 8, 1989
9251, 04 (Casandra) G, July-September 1989
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39-138/588 (01064585)9251, 34 (Vickie) G-1, July-September 1989
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93-138/589 (00403867) September 8, 1989
9251, 34 (Vickie) G-2, July-September 1989
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LMB 2 (07248900)Separated item
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93-138/589 (00403867) September 8, 1989
9251, 34 (Vickie) G-3, August 1989
9251, 66 (Steve) G, August 1989
September 11, 1989
9254, 04 (Cassandra) G, July-September 1989
9254, 34 (Vickie) G, July-September 1989
September 12, 1989
9255, 04 (Cassandra) G, September 1989
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93-138/595 (00437982) September 12, 1989
9255, 66 (Steve) G1, July-October 1989
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9255, 66 (Steve) G2, July-September 1989
September 13, 1989
9256, 04 (Cassandra) G, August-September 1989
September 14, 1989
9257, 66 (Steve) G, July-October 1989
9257, 66 (Steve) G1, August-September 1989
9257, 34 (Vickie) G, August-September 1989
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93-138/596 (00403539) September 14, 1989
9257, 66 (Steve) G2, January (March-September) 1989
9257, 66 (Steve) G3, January, March-July 1989
September 15, 1989
9258, 04 (Cassandra) G, June, August-September 1989
9258, 66 (Steve) G-1, March, June-July 1989
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93-138/597 (00438759) September 15, 1989
9258, 66 (Steve) G-2, August-September 1989
September 18, 1989
9261, 04 (Cassandra) G, August-September 1989
9261, 34 (Vickie) G, September 1989
9261, 66 (Steve) G-1, September 1989
9261, 66 (Steve) G-2, September 1989
September 19, 1989
9262, 04 (Cassandra) G, September 1989
9262, 66 (Steve) G-1, January, March-September 1989
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V. Press Section Subgroup, 1930-1931, 1942-1994
Extent (161.5 cubic feet)

Historical Note
Personnel in Senator Bentsen's Press Office were responsible for providing information on Bentsen's activities to the press and general public. They produced newsletters in Spanish and English, disseminated press releases and newspaper columns, and coordinated Bentsen's press conferences and radio and television appearances. Staff also maintained files of clippings from Texas newspapers.
Jack DeVore (1938-2002) was Bentsen's Press Secretary for most of his Senate career. DeVore joined Bentsen's staff in 1972 and followed him to the Treasury, stepping down in late 1993. DeVore supervised an Assistant or Deputy Press Secretary, who prepared drafts of press releases and weekly columns and assisted in handling press inquiries.
Subgroup Scope and Content Note
Correspondence, creative works, printed material, sound recordings, and photographic materials make up the bulk of Senator Bentsen's Press Section records. The subgroup includes extensive files of clippings, motion picture film and videotape, audio tape, and photographic prints and transparencies documenting Bentsen's Senate term. The subgroup also contains Bentsen's speech files.
Though most of this material originated in Bentsen's Washington Press Office, some personal photographic material listed in this subgroup was stored in Bentsen's Texas offices.
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329-87-259/11 (00378249)Office of the Press Secretary Series, 1966-1993
Extent (14.5 cubic feet)
Series Scope and Content Note
Office of the Press Secretary Series, 1966-1993, include files of correspondence, printed material, scripts and transcripts, and notes created and maintained by Jack DeVore and his assistants. DeVore's files, 1966-1993, include a chronological set of memos sent to Bentsen by DeVore, 1972-1993, some memos from Bentsen to DeVore and other correspondence, and DeVore's subject files, which encompass a variety of political and media issues. A few of DeVore's files include Secretary of the Treasury material. (The Lewis L. Gould Subgroup includes an oral history interview with DeVore.)
The Press Secretary files include a sub-series of Assistant and Deputy Press Secretary files, 1980-1993 (2.3 cubic feet). The Assistant and Deputy Press Secretary files consist primarily of correspondence and subject files.
Jack DeVore files:
Press releases and general Press staff material:
Special to Joe Crangle, New York State Democratic Chairman, undated
Special release to Los Angeles Times, op-ed page, 1974
Joint Economic Committee conference, December 1980
Pension reform release, July 1973
Radio spots, Joe White, 1976
Radio, 1971-1972
Transcript of Bill Moyers show, January 1973
"TV Moment with Deena Clark," WRC/NBC-TV, January 1972
Program ads, 1971-1980
Press releases, Representative Alan Steelman, 1973-1976
Representative Olin Teague press release, April 1974
News director letter, October 1972
Evans Novak report, May 1972
Press staff memos, 1977-1980
Scrapbook memos, 1971-1974
News service information, including DNC, 1971
Printing services, August 1974
Senate recording studio, February 1971
San Antonio north expressway, 1973
Press information, Washington news bureaus, 1972-1974
Press philosophy, June 1974
Press conferences, June-July 1971
The Texas Observer magazine, June-August 1972
Joint Economic Committee annual report articles, March 1979
Hackler picnic, 1978, 1980
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93-138/364 (01061929)Correspondence:
Chronological files:
1972-1985
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93-138/365 (00438318) 1986-1993
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99-199/1 (07495014)Memorandum files, chronological:
DeVore to Bentsen:
1972-1979
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99-199/2 (07495025) 1980-June 1982
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99-199/3 (07495036) July 1982-June 1985
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99-199/4 (07495047) July 1985-June 1987
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99-199/5 (07495058) July 1987-December 1990
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99-199/6 (07495069) 1991-January 1993
Miscellaneous memos, 1973-1981, [1983-1984], 1984, 1986
Extent (4 folders)
Memos to Jack [DeVore], 1983-1984
Extent (2 folders)
Miscellaneous staff memos, 1985
Miscellaneous office memos, 1987
Memos selected as interesting by DeVore, 1976-1991
Extent (2 folders)
Treasury files:
Articles on DeVore and his retirement, 1991-1993
Correspondence and memoranda, 1993
Gifts, 1993
DeVore's Metro fare card, March 1993
Invitations and business cards, 1993
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93-138/391A (00376298)Alphabetically arranged press files:
Agriculture radio spots, 1973
Ag radio, 1974-1976
Senator Lloyd Bentsen, biographical information, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1979-1988, 1990
Bentsen biographical information, Who's Who, National Journal Congressional Directory, 1977-1980, 1985-1986, 1988
Mrs. Bentsen, biographical information, 1979-1984, 1986
Mrs. Bentsen, general, 1978-1979, 1982
Senator Bentsen biographical information, 1975
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3V227Photos
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93-138/391A (00376298)Bentsen report, June-July 1976
Bentsen as a congressman, undated
Bentsen family statements, July 1976
Mrs. Bentsen, remarks, July 2-5, 1976
Bentsen book proposals, 1973-1974
Bentsen, praise from fellow members of Congress, 1971-1974, 1980
Blood donor, Peaches Kempner, 1977, 1979-1980
Boy Scouts, 1973-1974
Bentsen, travels, 1971-1972
Bills, Senator Bentsen's, introduced Library of Congress, undated
Bentsen cloture votes, 1975
Campaign memos, 1982
Campaign memos, 1974-1976
Campaign committee, political bulletins, 1973-1974
Press release file, 1970-1971
Congressional activity, September 4, 1975
Clipping services, February 15, 1973
Congressional Research Service reports, 1970-1971
Congressional Record memos, October 1972
Editorial cartoons and drawings, undated
Drug investigations, Mexico and guns, February 1977
DNC telethon, September 7, 1973
DNC, media help, March 22, 1973
Dear News Director, September 28, 1972
Democratic National Committee news, June 16, 1972
Akai TV equipment, instructions, September 1971
Camera, Nikkormat, 1971-1972
Friendly editors mailing, office copies, 1985, 1987-1988
Editorial Support, 1976
Editorials, favorable, sample letter, 1971-1972
Cliff Evans interview with Senator Bentsen, June 7, 1972
UHER recorder, March 2, 1971
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93-138/389 (00153613)Friendly editors, two, 1973, 1979, 1989-1990, 1992
General Accounting Office report, 1978, 1982
Hearst Senate Youth Program, May 10, 1973
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2.325/T39cAdvertising poster
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93-138/389 (00153613)Humor, June 9, 1982
Infonet audio feeding system, DNC, Texas broadcasting suggestions, 1971-1975
IRS paperwork management program, undated
Economic Growth Subcommittee, Joint Economic Committee, September 20, 1974
Joint Economic Committee, notes, August 1, 1975
Jackson, February 9, 1975
Judgeships, Ted Butler appointment, [May 6, 1979?]
Laredo, federal aid, 1972
Skilled labor crisis, September 29, 1981
Mail box spots, undated
Memos from Loyd Hackler, September 21, 1972
Memos from Senator Bentsen, June 28, 1972
Old memos, 1972-1973
Newspaper endorsements, 1970
Press correspondence, 1985-1986
Press memos, 1982, 1986
Press in Oklahoma, January-February 1976
Presidential primary bill, February 1974 (March-April 1975)
Parties for press, November 7, 1973
Publicity, 1973 DNC telethon, 1973, 1983
PR, filming services, July 1974
PR services, 1971-1973
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3V227Photographic material
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93-138/389 (00153613)PR services, 1973
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3V226Photographic material
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93-138/389 (00153613)GAO postal report, May 15, 1973
Press releases, from White House, 1971-1973
Press information, June 12-16, 1972
Personal contact with Texas press, 1973
Press release, masthead, undated
Polls, December 1980
Radio station mailing, Texas, 1985
Radio and television lists, 1981, 1983
Spanish TV and radio, 1973, 1975, 1977
Radio requests, 1979
Radio services, 1975-1976
University regents in Texas, undated
Statement by Bentsen before Subcommittee on Legislative Appropriations, June 21, 1972
Senator Bentsen, speech before Senate Subcommittee on Appropriations, June 21, 1972
Special releases to a few people, 1972-1973
Bills sponsored and cosponsored by Senator Bentsen, January-June 1973
Transportation Subcommittee releases, February-March 1973
Political speech done on video tape for Congressman Gonzales, September 28, 1972
Senator Bentsen's statements and news releases regarding Senate Subcommittee on Roads, January-February 1973
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93-138/392A (00376709)"Texans on Floating Trade Fair," September 1972
Texas delegation, biographies, 1972
Senator Tower's comments, December 3, 1972
TV stations receiving transparencies of Senator, 1972-1973
TV spot for Houston Public Health, Mr. Robertson, April 26, 1972
Miscellaneous Press material:
PR material, 1972-1973, 1978
Bentsen's editors briefing, September 13-14, 1977
Ellen, 1974-1976
Special, editorials from Senator
CMS files, October 27, 1976
Mailing lists and PR material, 1966-1976
Opinion Outlook, February-September, 1982
County coordinators, August 1975
Lists, 1971-1972
Debate material, October 1982
White House drug policy staff, June, August 1982
Briefing books for October 23 debate, [1982]
Clerk, hire, 1971-1973
Salary information, 1970-1975
Airline frequent flyer program statements, 1983-1991
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90-287/83 (02804993)Press clippings, 1974-1976
Dan Quayle Federal Election Commission Report, August 16-17, 1988
Magazine articles by and about Bentsen, 1990-1991
Magazine articles by and about Bentsen, 1987, 1989
"Too Many Voices on Trade,"Washington Post, April 3, 1988
Canada Free Trade Area Agreement Implementing Bill press release, May 27, 1988
Press release, media advisory, Bentsen in Dallas/Fort Worth on June 4, June 1, 1990
Article by Bentsen for Applied Materials, "America Needs a Strong Electronics Industry," April 1990
Basic speech, undated
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93-138/556 (00376389)Assorted press releases from Democratic offices, April-September 1992
"Message to Washington" drafts, October 1989-May 1990
Trade legislation op-ed articles, February 1988
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93-138/567 (00376651)Seth Goldman travel file, 1991-1992
Devore travel file, 1983-1989
Devore travel file, 1990-1992
"Message to Washington," 1977-1992
Frequent faxes, important Bentsen letters, 1989-1992
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93-138/568 (00153453)Press releases from outside, 1988-1989
12th race, June 1989
1988 amendment and restatement of trust agreement, Senator Bentsen management trust, 1988
"Cornerstone Material," El Paso Federal Building, May 22, 1987, 1978 (1987)
Women in press, [1988]
U.S./Japan trade, GAO report, February 23, 1988, February-March 1988
Senate roll call votes, summary, June 1, 1988
Trade and tariff law provisions, summary, April 6, 1988
Bentsen bio, 1988 (1989)
Bills and resolutions, Bentsen, 1st session, 1983
Senator's trip to Russia, January 1990
News releases, floor, hearing, S. 2409, Cooperation Organ Transplant Contributions Act of 1988, September 20, 1988,September 15, 1988
Outside press releases, 1990
Budget, FY 1991, views and estimates, committee finance, 1990
Fact sheet on the effects of Medicare budget cuts on hospitals, February 1990
1988 VP campaign, research material, 1984-1987 (1988-1989)
1988 VP campaign, polls, 1988
Debate prep file, 1979 (1988)
Legis file, 1989
Goals and accomplishments, January 1982, 1983, 1986
Miscellaneous, 1988 (1989)
Oil price projections and windfall profit tax on crude oil, CRS study, January 27, 1988
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329-93-38/29 (01063651)Assistant and Deputy Press Secretary Files:
Rebecca Dozier [Assistant Press Secretary, files: January 1982-April 1987]
Memos to Senator Bentsen, 1983-1986
Rebecca Dozier and Chris Peacock memos to Senator Bentsen, 1987
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329-93-38/21 (01063899)Ann Beimdiek [Deputy Press Secretary, ] files: August 1989 - August 1990
Loans and grants press release drafts, 1982
Press phone lists, 1980-1989
Television stations/Weekly tapes, 1987
Press lists, 1983-1989
Comments to Rolling Stone, October 1990
Invoices and receipts, 1989-1990
Video tape buying, 1990
Letters from Senator Bentsen, 1990
Working weekly columns, July 1989-May 1990
Memos to Senator Bentsen, 1989-1990
Memos to Jack Devore, 1989-1990
Memos to Senator Bentsen about satellite interviews, 1989-1990
Long range schedules, 1990
Spanish radio feeds, 1988
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93-138/594 (01065431)Seth Goldman [Deputy Press Secretary, files: August 1990 - December 1992]
Legislative assignments, 1991-1992
Video, miscellaneous, 1990, 1992
Satellite lists, Texas television stations, undated
Seth Goldman memos to Senator Bentsen, 1990-1992
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LMB3 (05634550)External Communication Series, 1952, 1963-1994
Extent (100.8 cubic feet)
Series Scope and Content Note
Printed material, videotapes and motion picture film, audiotapes, notes, and correspondence make up Senator Bentsen's External Communication Files. The files document the Senator's statements to his constituents and to national audiences. They include his newsletters, newspaper columns and editorial essays, press releases, speech and speechwriter files, television and radio files, motion picture film and videotape files, and audio tape files. The Assistant or Deputy Press Secretary maintained most of the files in the series.
The Newsletter files, 1971-1985, include Bentsen's Reports from Washington. The Newspaper columns and editorial essays files, 1973-1993 (3.3 cubic feet) contain material published in both Texas and national newspapers. The press section produced Bentsen's weekly columns for Texas newspapers, 1976-1992 (incomplete). Bentsen himself and other staff produced the editorials and opinion pieces published in Texan and national publications, 1973-1992.
The Press Release Files, 1971-1992, include press statements, 1972-1992. Press Section staff produced the press releases, distributed them externally and circulated them internally. The early press release files resemble subject files in that they often contain clippings and limited correspondence, floor statements, and bills in addition to releases. Some include Bentsen's handwritten notes.
Speech Files, 1952, 1963-1992, are a major sub-series of the External Communication files. Bentsen spoke before a wide variety of political gatherings, civic and service groups, and various business, vocational, and educational groups. A limited number of speeches, some predating Bentsen's election as senator, are filed by topic, 1952, 1963-1981. The bulk of the speech files are filed chronologically, 1971-1992. The files include approximately 2 cubic feet of speeches from Bentsen's 1976 Presidential campaign, 1975-1976, and approximately 1 cubic foot from his campaign as the Democratic Party's Vice-Presidential nominee in 1988. The Political Files Subgroup contains other information about Bentsen's speeches. The Trip Files Sub-series in that subgroup contains information about arrangements for many of these speeches. The speech files includes a sub- series of files created by speechwriter Robert A. Lehrman, 1989-1990. Lehrman's title in 1989-1990 was Director of Communication. His files include speech drafts and texts, correspondence, and reference material.
The Television and Radio Files, 1971-1992, incomplete, consist primarily of transcripts of Bentsen's appearances on television news and public affairs programs. A few broadcast scripts subject files about broadcasting and are included. Other broadcast scripts may be in the Speech Files sub-series.
Videotape and motion picture film, 1970-1994, primarily consists of Bentsen's appearances on television news and talk shows and his statements on the Senate floor, recorded in a variety of formats. Also included are recordings of Bentsen's television advertisements, both in English and in Spanish, television reports about Bentsen and interviews with him, and tapes of landmark events such as President Bill Clinton's announcement of Bentsen's nomination as Secretary of the Treasury. A number of the tapes in the series document his term as Secretary.
The Audio Tapes, 1970-1992, contain similar material, such as recordings of news conferences and television appearances. Some of tapes appear to be radio feeds, many in Spanish, on subjects such as agriculture, the Bicentennial, the deficit, education, and national defense. Others are advertisements. Some records in both the Audiotape and Videotape and Motion Picture Film sub-series include material on other politicians.
Printed material:
Newsletters:
January 1971, 1971-1985
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329-90-181/41 (01843810)Reports from Washington:
April 1983
November 1984
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329-90-181/43 (01809641) January-May 1985
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329-93-38/45 (01064508)Newspaper columns and editorial essays:
Weekly column files:
Weekly columns:
January 4-April 4, 1987
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329-90-181/36 (01971027) April 12-December 19, 1987
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329-93-38/4 (01064360) January-November 1988
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329-90-181/36 (01971027) October 30-November 5, 1988
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LMB3 (05634550)Various dates, 1989
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93-138/362 (00376287)Past Fourth of July columns: 1976, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1990
Law Day column, April 17, 1991
Law Day column, April 27, 1992
Recent legislative initiatives to improve rural health care, [October, 1990]
Rural health care, March 1991
National Association of Home Builders, [Letter from November 29, 1990] January 1991
"We Chose Houston…," June 10, 1991
Houston piece on Jesse Jones for DBA Magazine, December 12, 1991
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LMB3 (05634550)"Message to Washington" columns:
February 1982-December 1983
January-November 1984
January-June 1985
May-December 1985
January-November 1986
February-November 1990
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329-90-181/36 (01971027) January 3-November 5, 1988
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93-138/361 (01064643)Essays and columns:
"A Presidential Primary for Texas,"Dallas Times-Herald, 1973
"Politics and Education," 1973
"Quality Education: A Better Way,"Dallas Times-Herald, 1973
"Small Businessman Backbone of Economic Strength,"San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Magazine, 1973
Q & A on the economy, Dallas Times-Herald, 1973
"A Critical Look at the Defense Budget," 1973
"Importance of Our Stock Markets to the Economy," Smith Barney Forum, 1973
"The Office of the Presidency," 1973
"Building a Road-Based Foreign Policy," 1973
"Regaining Confidence in Our Country,"Kilgore News-Herald, 1973
"Providing Leadership for Our Country," 1973
"A Democratic Senator Examines His Party," September 1973
Texas Bar Journal, October 19, 1973
Bond Buyer, November 5, 1973
"A Crisis in Confidence,"New York Times, November 27, 1973
Fort Worth interview, April 22, 1974
Oil industry, Pecos Enterprise, April 23, 1974
"Statement by Senator Bentsen on Inflation,"Houston Chronicle, July 18, 1974
1974 election analysis, Dallas Times-Herald, November 1974
"There Can Be No Dispute About the Goal,"Longview Daily News,Longview Morning Journal,San Angelo Standard Times, 1974
"Importance of Our Stock Markets to Our Economy & Economic Growth,"Optiontrend, Chicago, American Investor Magazine, Dallas, December 1974
"Leadership: A Failure at the Top,"San Francisco Examiner, March 6, 1975
"The Senate: Creating a Federal Oil Corporation Through the Back Door," summer 1975
"An Educational Savings Plan,"Change Magazine, June 16, 1975
"Texas and the Voting Rights Act,"Houston Chronicle, July 17, 1975
"The New York Situation: Bad Times for Texas Cities,"Dallas Morning News, September 17, 1975
"The Presidential Race: A Question of Leadership," Newspaper Enterprise Association, September 23, 1975
San Antonio Register, November 11, 1975
"Leadership: A Failure at the Top," Stanford Daily, November 13, 1975
Interview with Jim Gerstenzang of AP, November 19, 1975
Profile, Social Science Reporter, December 12, 1975
Bicentennial and patriotism, Retired Officer, January 16, 1976
"Small Business: The Backbone of America's Economy," Texas Pharmaceutical Association, March 4, 1976
Food stamps, National Enquirer, April 2, 1976
"The Future of Texas," Dupont, June 29, 1976
"The American Dream: More, and a Step Up," Railroad Unions Newspaper, August 5, 1976
"A Message to Washington: Stop Ignoring the Small Cities," Texas Municipal League's Texas, August 19, 1976
"The Challenge to the Sunbelt: The Urban Crisis Is No One's Solution,"Harper's, January 1977
American Oil & Gas Reporter, January 18, 1977
Executive review, Annual Pennsylvania State Mayor's Association Review, January 26, 1977
"They Blame the Things That's Not,"Houston Chronicle, February 9, 1977
Executive review, Annual Pennsylvania State Mayor's Association Review, February 14, 1977
"Looking Toward 2000 with High Hopes,"Kilgore News-Herald, April 27, 1977
Interview by Charlie Cooper (IPPA), Petroleum Independent, May 25, 1977
"The Energy Plan,"Corpus Christi Caller-Times, June 10, 1977
"The Error of Aggressive Regionalism,"New York Times, June 13, 1977
"Natural Gas Deregulation,"San Angelo Times, September 1977
"A Response to President Carter," UPI, October 14, 1977
"Regionalism Threatens America's Greatest Asset, National Unity,"Houston Chronicle, December 12, 1977
"A Call For Less Government and More Free Enterprise,"Midland Reporter-Telegram, January 1978
"The Illusion of Fighting Inflation, Mandatory Wage & Price Controls," March 20, 1978
"PCP, the First in a Frightening New Generation of Drugs?," Outlook section, Washington Post, April 7, 1978
"The President's Energy Program One Year Later,"Houston Chronicle, April 12, 1978
"A National Energy Policy,"Kilgore News-Herald, April 27, 1978
"A National Energy Policy,"Flatonia Argus, May 4, 1978
Q & A, Drovers' Journal, May 5, 1978
"The Bentsen Beef Import Bill,"Cattleman, May 16, 1978
"The Case Against Over-Regulation,"Professional Engineer, June 28, 1978
Sigma Nu Magazine, July 14, 1978
"U.S. Energy Supplies: A Bright Future,"American Oil & Gas Reporter, July 13, 1978
"Texas, What is the State of Its Mind?,"Wall Street Transcript, August 18, 1978
"Boosting U.S. Oil Production,"San Angelo Standard-Times, August 9, 1978
ASHHRAE Journal, August 9, 1978
"Trading Abroad," IBM's Insite, August 25, 1978
"The Defense Role of Goodfellow Air Force Base,"San Angelo Standard-Times, October 4, 1978
"1978 Intangible Drilling Cost Tax Amendment,"Oil Daily, November 1, 1978
"ERISA Amendments of the 95th Congress,"New York Law Journal, November 11, 1978
"Statement on Mandatory Wage & Price Controls,"Wall Street Journal, January 1979
"Government Regulation Spurs Inflation," Gulf State Utilities Company, February 21, 1979
"Let's Stop Them From Wasting Tax Dollars," February 28, 1979
"Is the Declining U.S. Military Posture Adequate to Meet the Growing Soviet Threat?," Texas Reserve Officers Association Reporter, March 7, 1979
"Cutting Through the Regulatory Thicket,"Professional Engineers' Magazine, March 9, 1979
Erath County Farm & Ranch Journal and Stephenville Star, March 13, 1979
"U.S. Recognition of China,"Lomas & Matelsin, March 20, 1979
"They is Wasting Our Tax Dollars,"Business Week, April 5, 1979
"An Argument for Oil Decontrol,"Motorola Newsletter, April 26, 1979
"ERISA Simplification,"Pensions & Investment Magazine, June 11, 1979
"Supply Side Economics," Walker Associates, June 28, 1979
"Not the Conventional Tax Cut,"Christian Science Monitor, July 5, 1979
"Supply Side Economics,"San Diego Union, August 21, 1979
Tax free interest on savings accounts, Family Weekly, August 22, 1979
"Supply Side Economics," National Utility Contractors Association, August 30, 1979
San Angelo Standard-Times, October 9, 1979
"We Chose Houston,"Houston Chronicle, October 11, 1979
"A Fight for a Fair Share,"Herald Banner, November 1979
"Congress and the American Economy During the 1980's,"Denton Chronicle-Record, January 3, 1980
"Challenge of the 80's,"Lewisville Leader, January 30, 1980
"Agriculture as Strong Deterrent,"Stephenville Star, Dublin Progress, Farm & Ranch Journal, February 21, 1980
"Small Savers Get a Big Break,"Best Years, February 28, 1980
Independent Cattlemen, March 14, 1980
"A Nation of Laws," April 22, 1980
Better Roads, April 28, 1980
Small business, Houston Chamber of Commerce, May 8, 1980
Grasshoppers, Texas Farm Bureau, May 8, 1980
Economic & financial reporting, Washington Journalism Review, May 8, 1980
PACs, NL Industries, May 14, 1980
Carryover basis, Independent Cattlemen, May 14, 1980
Q & A, Houston Chronicle, June 11, 1980
"Texans Fighting Mad Over Windfall Profits Tax,"Independent Cattlemen, August 14, 1980
"Texans Fighting Mad Over Windfall Profits Tax,"Odessa American & San Angelo Standard Times, September 2, 1980
Comments concerning the mining industry, Mining Congress Journal, September 8, 1980
"Let's Get Involved," Frito-Lay, September 9, 1980
"A National Energy Policy,"Oil Daily, October 21, 1980
"Taxation, Research & Development," Technology & Society, March 10, 1981
"Confessions of a Free Trader,"Washington Star, 1981
"A Tribute to the Texas Farmer,"Stephenville Star & Dublin Press, 1981
"A Growing & Prosperous America,"USA Today, April 6, 1981
"Law Day,"Daily Commercial Record, April 9, 1981
Ranching problems, Devil's River News, April 16, 1981
"Restoring the Dream of Home Ownership,"Gulf Coast Lumberman, June 20, 1981
"Restoring the Dream of Owning a Home,"Dallas Morning News, 1981
"A Deserved Tax Break for Small Business,"Entrepreneur Magazine, June 23, 1981
"A Workable, Rational Energy Policy,"Oil Daily, June 25, 1981
"A Workable, Rational Energy Policy,"American Oil & Gas Reporter, August 7, 1981
"A University for Texans,"Utmost Magazine, August 10, 1981
"Tax Bill a Victory for Texas Ranchers,"Independent Magazine, August 12, 1981
"Cutting Back the Windfall Tax,"San Angelo Standard-Times, September 1981
Q & A, Texas Observer, September 28, 1981
"High Interest vs. Homes," Lumberman Dealers Association, October 8, 1981
"Getting Our Priorities Straight,"Builder Magazine, 1981
"Needed: A Return to the Draft,"Dallas Times-Herald, October 14, 1981
"Beefing Up Our Reserves,"Texas ROA Reporter, October 14, 1981
West Texas Chamber of Commerce, November 16, 1981
"Provide, Provide,"New York Times, December 23, 1981
"The Natural Gas Dilemma,"Devil's River News, January 5, 1982
"The Natural Gas Dilemma," Kendrick & Sons, 1982
Drugs, Traders Village News, January 12, 1982
Galveston, Galveston Daily News, January 12, 1982
"Provide, Provide,"Wall Street Journal, February 5, 1982
"Provide, Provide,"Christian Science Monitor, February 19, 1982
"Law Day,"Daily Commercial Record, March 22, 1982
"Law Day,"Fort Worth Commercial Recorder, March 25, 1982
"Producing Enough Energy,"Abilene Reporter-News, March 1982
"Business of Capital Formation, Inventory Reform," National Association of Wholesalers-Distributors, April 4, 1982
"Another Tax on Oil and Gas,"Drill Bit, April 22, 1982
"The Economy Recovery Tax Act,"Texas Tech Law Review, May 18, 1982
"Improving U.S. Trade,"USA Today, June 1, 1982
"Waco, I Love You,"The Waco Citizen, July 28, 1982
"I Ask For Your Vote," 1982
"Recession Hits Texas Energy Industry,"San Angelo Standard-Times, September 9, 1982
"I Ask to Continue Serving You,"Pearsall Leader, September 9, 1982
"Bentsen Reviews Work in Washington with Independent Cattlemen's Association," 1982
Objectives for new term, Plano Star Courier, October 14, 1982
Dallas Morning News, October 15, 1982
"A Job Half-Finished,"Financial Planner, November 30, 1982
"Government & Business Priorities for the 1980s: Realizing Our Vision of America," International Management & Development Institute, December 1, 1982
Trade, Ranch Magazine, January 4, 1983
"Withholding Interest and Dividends: I Voted No,"Corpus Christi Caller-Times, February 22, 1983
"Adjusting to a New World of Trade,"Washington Post, March 2, 1983
"A Tribute to Agriculture,"Post Dispatch, March 18, 1983
"A Message to the Chairman," County & Precinct Democratic Chairmen Newsletter, March 18, 1983
"Sharing in Justice,"Daily Commercial Record, April 5, 1983
"A New Era of Energy Policy,"American Oil & Gas Reporter, April 20, 1983
"Where is the Secretary of State?,"New York Times, August 3, 1983
"Restoring Health to the Energy Industry,"San Angelo Standard-Times, 1983
Home & Apartment Builder, December 8, 1983
"Texas Energy Industries Emerging from Recession,"Devil's River News, January 18, 1984
"Texas Energy Industries Emerging from Recession,"Abilene Reporter-News, January 31, 1984
"Making the Fed a Scapegoat,"Washington Post, March 1, 1984
"The Law: Safeguard for Liberty,"Daily Commercial Record, April 11, 1984
"The Law: Safeguard of Liberty,"Fort Worth Commerical Recorder, April 12, 1984
"A Message to Dallas Democrats," Newsletter for Dallas County Democrats, 1984
"DAA Faces an Uneasy Future," Dallas Apartment Association, April 30, 1984
"In Cutting Deficits, Modesty is No Virtue,"Washington Post & New York Times, May 9, 1984
"The Mid-1980s: An Economic Challenge,"Saleman's Opportunity, June 28, 1984
"Are You Better Off?,"Dallas Morning News, September 1984
Pennzoil Perspective, October 3, 1984
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93-138/362 (00376287)Specials and op-eds:
Specials, 1985:
"West Texas Economy,"Ozona Stockman, September 1985
"The Trade Crisis: can we legislate an answer?" to the National Association of Manufacturers, November 14, 1985
Dallas Democratic Bulletin, October 21, 1985
"Coming to grips with the U.S. debt,"Amarillo Globe-Times, [1985]
"Reassessing free trade,"New York Times, August 21, 1985
"Trying for action on trade,"Los Angeles Times, July 29, 1985
"Responding to the trade threat," Gannett News, July 23, 1985
"Dealing with the trade crisis,"Washington Post, July 26, 1985
"A lack of direction in trade," undated
"Coming to grips with the U.S. debt,"Institutional Investor and Orange Leader, October 1 and 15, 1985
"The U.S.: $1 Trillion in debt?,"Industry Week, September 30, 1985
"Putting some balance back in trade,"Dallas Morning News and Houston Chronicle, July 26, 1985
Remarks to Association for Advanced Life Underwriting, June 28, 1985
Special to Amarillo Globe-News, June 26, 1985
Friendly Exchange, Spring 1985
"A lack of direction in trade,"Washington Post, May 23, 1985
"Crash landing on Viz,"Houston Chronicle, April 1985
"Military help in the war against drug smuggling,"Houston Post, March 26, 1985
"Vietnam - 10 years after,"Port Arthur News, March 7, 1985
Texas primary, to Dallas and Houston, March 19, 1985
"A demand for equity," for Bill Connelly, March 4, 1985
"El Paso and U.S. Customs,"El Paso Herald-Post, February 6, 1985
"The oil and gas industry in 1985,"Dispatch, January 31, 1985
"Making environment policy," January 1985
"Liberty and justice for all,"Fort Worth Commercial Recorder, April 1985
Specials, 1986
Specials, 1987
Specials, 1988
Specials, 1989
Specials, 1990
Op-Ed, 1991
Op-Ed, 1992
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93-138/396A (00153500)Special, editorials from Senator Bentsen, 1976
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329-87-259/13 (00376968)Press Release Files:
Press releases:
January 1971-May 1971
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329-87-259/15 (00379081) May 1971-November 1971
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93-138/386 (00153657) 1971-1976
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93-138/387 (00153533) 1977-1984
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93-138/388 (00153136) 1985-1987
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329-93-38/45 (01064508) January 14, 1987-April 25, 1987
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329-90-181/36 (01971027) May 2-December 23, 1987
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329-93-38/4 (01064360) 1988
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93-138/118 (00378770) February 4, 1989
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LMB3 (05634550) January-September 1989
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93-138/388 (00153136)Press statements:
1972-1986
Statements on trade, 1985 (1986)
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95-005/19 (04772049) January-June 1992
July-December 1992
January-March 1991
January-June 1991
July-December 1991
January-October 1990
January-June 1990
July-December 1990
1989
1988
1987
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93-138/396A (00153500)Speeches and news releases, 1973-1976, 1979-1980
Finance Committee statements, December 1986-August 1987
Statements, 1987
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LMB3 (05634550)List of news releases, 1990
News releases, February 22, 1990-December 12, 1990
Finance Committee press releases:
February-September 1988
1989
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93-138/393A (00153544)Speech and Speechwriter files:
Topic files:
AFL-CIO through Veterans, 1952, 1966-1967, 1971-1980
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93-138/394A (01062003)Various topics, 1963, 1967-1968 (1970) 1971-1976, 1981
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329-87-259/4 (01843967)Speech cards:
1970, 1972 and undated
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93-138/556 (00376389) 1974-1988
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329-87-259/6 (01842669)Announcement for President, February 17, 1975
Television scripts, 1973-1974
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93-138/366 (00153464)Chronological files:
Woman's National Democratic Club, Washington, D.C., January 28, 1971
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers, Annual Convention, Fort Worth, Texas, March 16, 1971
Washington Birthday Celebration, Laredo, Texas, February 20, 1971
Texas Breakfast Club, Washington, D.C., April 1, 1971
John Young Testimonial, Robstown, Texas, April 3, 1971
Close-up Talk to High School Students, Washington, D.C., April 1 and 6, 1971
Texas Investment Bankers, San Antonio, Texas, (cancelled) April 2, 1971
Pan American University, Edinburg, Texas, April 13, 1971
East Texas Chamber of Commerce, Dallas, Texas, April 16, 1971
Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, Texas, May 2, 1971
Texas Bankers Association, Dallas, Texas, May 3, 1971
Southwest Regional Meeting-Economic Development Administration, Austin, Texas, (John Mobley delivered speech) May 6, 1971
Texas Medical Association, Houston, Texas, May 8, 1971
Jack Brooks Appreciation Dinner, Beaumont, Texas, May 17, 1971
Kincaid School Commencement Address, Houston, Texas, May 28, 1971
Texas Association of Letter Carriers, San Antonio, Texas, June 14, 1971
National Society of Professional Engineers, Amarillo, Texas, June 25, 1971
Dallas Jaycee Annual Awards Luncheon, Dallas, Texas, July 7, 1971
Valley Chamber of Commerce, Brownsville, Texas, September 1, 1971
Dinner in Appreciation of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whalen, McAllen, Texas, September 2, 1971
El Paso Chamber of Commerce, El Paso, Texas, September 9, 1971
B'nai B'rith Dinner-Humanitarianism Award to James Aston, Dallas, Texas, September 18, 1971
Appreciation Dinner for Senator Bentsen, Dallas, Texas, October 7, 1971
United Political Organization, Dallas, Texas, October 7, 1971
American Life Convention, Chicago, Illinois, October 26, 1971
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93-138/367 (00153227)Convocation, Austin College, Sherman, Texas, October 27, 1971
Texas State Teachers Association, Dallas, Texas, [cancelled] October 29, 1971
Dean Cobb appreciation dinner, Dumas, Texas, October 30, 1971
Israeli Bond Drive dinner, Houston, Texas, October 31, 1971
Executive Secretaries, Inc., Houston, Texas, November 11, 1971
Campaign financing, floor statement, November 17, 1971
Democratic Women of Hunt County dinner honoring Ray Roberts, Greenville, Texas, November 19, 1971
Eagleton amendment to Revenue Act, November 19, 1971
Campaign financing, floor statement and amendment, November 22, 1971
Campaign financing, floor statement re: opposition to Cooper Amendment to Pastore Amendment, November 22, 1971
Mexican border conflict compromise, press release, November 23, 1971
Bentsen amendment to S. 2891, bill to extend Economic Stabilization Act of 1970, December 2, 1971
Sugar cane quota testimony before USDA hearing, December 2, 1971
Nomination of Earl Butz as Secretary of Agriculture, December 2, 1971
Veterans Drug Treatment bill, December 2, 1971
Texas Statewide Democratic dinner, Austin, Texas, December 6, 1971
Extent [two folders]
Nominations of Patrick E. Haggerty and M.A. Wright for Board of Governors of USPS, December 6, 1971
Announcement of Middle East trip (December 31, 1971-January 18, 1972), December 7, 1971
Big Thicket Park Bill, December 8, 1971
Senator Ed Muskie in Texas, Houston, Texas, [speech not given] December 9, 1971
Confirmation of William Rehnquist as Associate Justice, December 10, 1971
Participation of girls in Junior ROTC programs, December 15, 1971
Campaign financing, qualified endorsement, December 15, 1971
Rice acreage allotment, opposes 10% reduction, December 17 and 20, 1971
Extent [two folders]
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/2 (00880695)Association of Operating Room Nurses, National Convention, Houston, Texas, January 31, 1972
Corpus Christi Chamber of Commerce, Banquet, Corpus Christi, Texas, January 31, 1972
Abilene Chamber of Commerce, Annual Banquet, Abilene, Texas, March 6, 1972
American Petroleum Institute, Division of Production Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, March 7, 1972
Dinner honoring Colonel William Bates, Houston Country Club, Houston, Texas, March 7, 1972
Dedication of President Dwight D. Eisenhower sculpture bust, Texas State Society brunch, Kennedy Center, Washington, D. C., March 19, 1972
Appreciation dinner for Senator John Sparkman (Democrat, Alabama), Alabama, March 20, 1972
Texas Daily Newspaper Association, Dallas, Texas, March 25, 1972
Texas State Conference on Aging, Houston, Texas, April 14, 1972
National Conference on Bilingual Education, Austin, Texas, April 14, 1972
North Texas State University Honors Banquet, Denton, Texas, April 29, 1972
San Antonio Bar Association, Annual "Law Day" Celebration, May 1, 1972
Federal Bar Association, Capitol Hill Chapter, Introduction of Leon Jaworski, President of the American Bar Association, Washington, D. C., May 16, 1972
Council on Human Relations, Seminar, Houston, Texas, May 19, 1972
Breakfast honoring Senator William Spong (Democrat, Virginia), Richmond, Virginia, May 22, 1972
St. Mary's Hall School, Commencement address, San Antonio, Texas, May 30, 1972
American G. I. Forum, Laredo, Texas, June 9, 1972
Texas State Association of Letter Carriers, Annual convention, San Antonio, Texas, June 14, 1972
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93-138/367 (00153227)Weekly column, re: election results, November 19-25, 1972
Speeches, 1972
Miscellaneous speeches and press releases, 1971-1972
Speeches, 1973
COSTEP and Texas Industrial Commission, McAllen, Texas, January 20, 1973
Greater Texas City-La Marque Chamber of Commerce, Texas City, Texas, January 25, 1973
Texas Press Association Congressional breakfast, Dallas, Texas, January 27, 1973
National Association of Letter Carriers branch 283, Houston, Texas, January 27, 1973
Texas Association of Rural Water Corporations, Dallas, Texas, February 9, 1973
Air Force Awards luncheon, Washington, DC, February 15, 1973
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93-138/368 (00152927)American Medical Association Leadership Conference, Chicago, Illinois, February 17, 1973
Joint Engineer's Council for East Texas, Longview, Texas, February 23, 1973
Kilgore Chamber of Commerce, Kilgore, Texas, February 24, 1973
Fundraising Dinner for Bergen County Democrats (New Jersey), March 3, 1973
Church League of America-American Form, Palm Beach, Florida (on trade), March 8, 1973
Sixth Annual Architects-Engineers Public Affairs Conference, Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C., March 19, 1973
Federal Land Bank of Houston, 28th Annual Stockholders Meeting, Houston Oaks Hotel, Houston, Texas, March 24, 1973
Texas Safety Association, Keynote Speech at Shamrock, Houston, Texas, March 26, 1973
Joint Chapter Meeting of Dallas-Houston Young Presidents' Organization, Lakeway, Austin, Texas, April 14, 1973
Doolittle Raiders Function at Ellington, Houston, Texas, April 14, 1973
Wells Fargo Realty Advisors Dinner, River Oaks Country Club, Houston, Texas, April 15, 1973
Association of General Contractors Luncheon, Austin, Texas, April 16, 1973
Joint Session of Texas State Legislature, Austin, Texas, April 16, 1973
Law Day Speech, Southwestern Legal Foundation, Dallas, Texas, May 3, 1973
Permian Basin Petroleum Association, Midland, Texas, May 4, 1973
Democratic Congressional Fundraiser, Dallas, Texas, May 7, 1973
Century Fund Reception, Detroit, Michigan, (cancelled) May 14, 1973
Washington Economist Club Speech, Washington, D.C., May 15, 1973
Democratic Congressional dinner, [empty folder] May 23, 1973
Texas Municipal League, Mayors and Councilmen Institute, El Paso, Texas, June 9, 1973
Israeli Bonds Dinner, Dallas, Texas, June 10, 1973
Presidential Museum membership event, Odessa, Texas, June 11, 1973
Texas Motor Transportation Association, Houston, Texas, June 30, 1973
State Junior Bar of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas, July 5, 1973
SDEC Barbecue, Mount Pleasant, Texas, July 7, 1973
Robert A. Taft Institute of Government seminar, UTEP, El Paso, Texas, July 16-August 3, 1973
SDEC, Beaumont, Texas, July 21, 1973
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93-138/369 (00153362)Texas Association of the Deaf, Waco, Texas, July 21, 1973
National Association of County Officials, Dallas, Texas, July 23, 1973
Big Thicket Program, Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas, August 3, 1973
New York Society of Security Analysts, Inc., New York City, New York, September 17, 1973
DeSoto Chamber of Commerce, September 21, 1973
Airport dedication remarks, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, September 22, 1973
Representative Charles Wilson dinner, Lufkin, Texas, September 22, 1973
Southern Governors Conference, Point Clear, Alabama, September 25-26, 1973
Society of Actuaries, New York, New York, October 1, 1973
Representative Jim Wright fund-raising dinner, Fort Worth, Texas, October 6, 1973
Senator Tom Eagleton remarks, St. Louis, Missouri, October 8, 1973
Western State Democratic Conference, Los Angeles, California, October 12, 1973
Senator Gaylord Nelson fundraiser, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 14, 1973
Dallas-Fort Worth Chambers of Commerce reception, October 17, 1973
National Association of Food Chains, Washington DC, (cancelled) October 17, 1973
33 Degree Banquet, Supreme Council, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Washington DC, (induction of Bentsen as 33rd degree Mason) October 18, 1973
Reception for Governor Dolph Briscoe, Austin, Texas, October 30, 1973
American Society of Pension Actuaries banquet, (cancelled) October 30, 1973
Bentsen dinner, Houston, Texas, November 2, 1973
Middlesex Community College, Middlesex, New Jersey, November 3, 1973
Political breakfast remarks, Elizabeth, New Jersey, November 4, 1973
West Central Texas Municipal Water District, Breckenridge, Texas, November 9, 1973
Boy Scouts award banquet, McAllen, Texas, November 10, 1973
Sugar mill dedication, McAllen, Texas, November 11, 1973
Annual Fourth District Democratic Dinner honoring Robert S. Strauss, Greenville, Texas, November 12, 1973
Deep East Texas Development Association, Jasper, Texas, (cancelled) November 13, 1973
Rubber Manufacturers Association, Washington D.C., November 15, 1973
Securities Industry Association, Boca Raton, Florida, November 29, 1973
Jack Hightower appreciation dinner, Wichita Falls, Texas, November 30, 1973
Texas Farmers Union, Lubbock, Texas, December 7, 1973
World Affairs Council dinner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1973
AFL-CIO convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey, December 13, 1973
Israeli Bonds dinner, Norristown, Pennsylvania, December 16, 1973
New School of Social Research, New York, New York, December 17, 1973
John Murtha campaign speech, Indiana, Pennsylvania, December 19, 1973
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93-138/370 (01065409)Intercity Service Clubs, Killeen, Texas, January 4, 1974
"Tourism and the Energy Crisis," Jackson, Mississippi, January 8, 1974
Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Victoria, Texas, January 15, 1974
Cuyahoga County Democratic fundraiser dinner, Cleveland, Ohio, January 22, 1974
Mid-Atlantic Kiwanis Club convention, Washington, DC, January 26, 1974
Associated General Contractors, Washington, DC, January 29, 1974
National Democratic Club, Washington, DC, January 30, 1974
Rotary Club, Cincinnati, Ohio, February 7, 1974
Channel City Club, Santa Barbara, California, February 11, 1974
Town Hall luncheon, Los Angeles, February 12, 1974
RECA national convention, San Francisco, California, February 13, 1974
City Club, Cleveland, Ohio, February 15, 1974
COPE, Miami, Florida, February 18, 1974
Boy Scout Congressional Breakfast, Washington, DC, February 21, 1974
Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner, Richmond, Virginia, February 23, 1974
American Institute of Planning, Washington, DC, February 25, 1974
Executive Club, Chicago, Illinois, March 1, 1974
Camden, New Jersey, March 1, 1974
Yale Political Union, New Haven, Connecticut, March 3, 1974
Hotel and Restaurant Employees Union, Washington, DC, March 7, 1974
Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California, March 8, 1974
California Junior State, San Francisco, California, March 9, 1974
LBJ School of Public Affairs, Austin, Texas, March 11, 1974
Texas AFL-CIO, Austin, Texas, March 11, 1974
Texas Union, UT Young Democrats, Austin, Texas, March 11, 1974
University of Virginia Law School, Charlottesville, Virginia, [cancelled] March 12, 1974
Montgomery County, Maryland Democratic Central Committee, March 13, 1974
COPE, Boston, Massachusetts, March 14, 1974
National Association of Broadcasters, Houston, Texas, March 18, 1974
National Conference of Christians and Jews, Houston, Texas, March 20, 1974
Democratic Congressional dinner, Washington, DC, March 21, 1974
Texas Young Democrats, San Antonio, Texas, March 23, 1974
Texas Associated Press Managing Editors, Kerrville, Texas, March 23, 1974
Direction '74, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 24, 1974
American Road Builders Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 25, 1974
EDA Southwestern Regional Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 25, 1974
Multi-state Transportation Corridor Conference, Kansas City, Missouri, [empty folder] March 27, 1974
Young Democrats, Durham, North Carolina, March 30, 1974
Center for the Study of the Presidency, Reston, Virginia, March 31, 1974
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93-138/371 (01064440)Connecticut Business & Industry Association, Hartford, Connecticut, April 1, 1974
Cabell County Democratic Dinner, Huntington, West Virginia, April 1, 1974
National Clay Pipe Institute, Madison Hotel, Washington, D.C., April 3, 1974
Montgomery County Democratic Fundraiser, Dayton, Ohio, April 4, 1974
Pharmaceutical Association, Boca Raton, Florida, April 5, 1974
Journalists for Professional Equity, Washington, D.C., (folder empty) April 6, 1974
Women's Democratic Club, Washington, D.C., April 8, 1974
Louisiana AFL-CIO, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 9, 1974
Western Governors Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 17, 1974
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas, April 21, 1974
Institute on Education, Houston, Texas, April 22, 1974
North American Security Administration S-120 Capitol, (folder empty) April 24, 1974
American Zionist Federation of Florida, Miami, Florida, April 25, 1974
Congressman Huddleston Dinner, Ashland, Kentucky, April 26, 1974
John Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, April 29, 1974
American Israeli Public Affairs Dinner, Washington, D.C., April 29, 1974
Miami Tiger Bay Club, Miami, Florida, May 3, 1974
Fundraising Dinner, Scottsdale, Arizona, (folder empty) May 4, 1974
Young Men's Business Club, New Orleans, Louisiana, (folder empty) May 6, 1974
National Park Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 6, 1974
Savannah Forum, Savannah, Georgia, May 9, 1974
Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia, May 13, 1974
Philadelphia Democratic Dinner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 14, 1974
University of Texas at Arlington Commencement, Arlington, Texas, May 17, 1974
Texas Southern University Alumni Dinner, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas, May 18, 1974
Adams County Fundraiser, Denver, Colorado, May 19, 1974
Cook County Democratic Dinner, Chicago, Illinois, May 22, 1974
Cincinnati Rotary Club, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 23, 1974
Public Affairs Council, Statler Hilton, Washington, D.C., May 30, 1974
Sharyland High School Commencement (no location), May 31, 1974
Economic Development Administration Tri-District Meeting, Brownsville, Texas, June 1, 1974
Ex-SOB's Lunch, Washington, D.C., June 3, 1974
International Management & Development Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C., June 3, 1974
Democratic Fundraiser, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 5, 1974
Invest in American Awards Luncheon (Congressman Teague), Washington, D.C., June 5, 1974
Edmondson Fundraising Dinner, Tulsa, Oklahoma, June 8, 1974
Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners, Houston, Texas, June 10, 1974
New Jersey AFL-CIO, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 13, 1974
Camden County Freeholders, Camden, New Jersey, June 19, 1974
Democratic Forum, Houston, Texas (folder empty), June 21, 1974
Texas Press Association, Arlington, Texas, June 22, 1974
Conference of Mayors-Panel, San Diego, California, June 23, 1974
National Development Association, Washington D.C., June 25, 1974
League of United Latin American Citizens, El Paso, Texas, June 28, 1974
Texas Postal Workers Union, Austin, Texas, June 29, 1974
State Chairman's Association, Washington, D.C., July 11, 1974
San Diego, California (Democrats), July 13, 1974
San Dimas, California (Democrats), July 13, 1974
Congress on Automotive Safety, San Francisco, California, July 15, 1974
Hartford Chamber of Commerce, Hartford, Connecticut, July 19, 1974
Connecticut Democratic Convention, Hartford, Connecticut, July 19, 1974
Tennessee Democratic Fundraiser (no location), (folder empty), July 20, 1974
Midwestern Governor's Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota (folder empty), July 20, 1974
San Antonio Bar Association, San Antonio, Texas, July 26, 1974
St. Joseph's Lodge, Austin, Texas, July 29, 1974
East Texas Leadership Conference, Lufkin, Texas, July 27, 1974
Economic Speech, Washington, D.C., July 31, 1974
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93-138/372 (01065373)Remarks to Texas interns, Washington, DC, August 1, 1974
Robert Morgan, Charlotte, North Carolina, August 8, 1974
Virginia Democrats, Bristol, Virginia, August 10, 1974
National Legislative Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 15, 1974
Young Democrats and Legislators, Albuquerque, New Mexico, August 16, 1974
Federation of Masons of the World and Federation of Eastern Stars of the World, Los Angeles, August 16, 1974
Democratic fundraiser, Middlesex, New Jersey, August 21, 1974
Democratic dinner, New York, New York, August 21, 1974
California Teachers Association, August 28, 1974
Panhandle County Judges and Commissioners convention, Amarillo, Texas, September 3, 1974
Greek-American Rally, Washington, DC, September 8, 1974
Southern Governors Conference, Austin, Texas, September 9, 1974
National Association of Life Underwriters, Washington, DC, September 11, 1974
Senator Tom Eagleton fundraiser, Kansas City, Missouri, September 12, 1974
Jefferson-Jackson Day Reception, Senator Randolph, Charleston, West Virginia, September 14, 1974
Southern Chairmen's Association, Virginia Beach, Virginia, September 15, 1974
Missouri AFL-CIO, St. Louis, Missouri, September 16, 1974
Texas Democratic State Convention, Austin, Texas, September 17, 1974
New York Conference Board, [New York, New York], September 18, 1974
New York Foreign Policy Association dinner, New York, New York, September 19, 1974
Women's Division, Pennsylvania Democratic State Committee, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 20, 1974
Pennsylvania Rallies, September 20, 1974
Black Elected Democrats of Ohio luncheon, Columbus, Ohio, September 21, 1974
Utah Democratic dinner, Salt Lake City, September 21, 1974
McGovern rally, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, September 24, 1974
Cleveland Building Trades, Cleveland, Ohio, September 25, 1974
Sixth Congressional District Democrats, Roanoke, Virginia, September 26, 1974
Mexican American School Board Members Association, Austin, Texas, September 27, 1974
Nueces County Democrats, Corpus Christi, Texas, September 28, 1974
Gulf Intracoastal Canal, Brownsville, Texas, September 29, 1974
Detroit Economic Club, Detroit, Michigan, September 30, 1974
Reception for Israeli Ambassador, October 3, 1974
Bob Carr Democratic dinner, Lansing, Michigan, October 4, 1974
Bill Roy Democratic dinner, Wichita, Kansas, October 5, 1974
Texas School Administrators and School Board Members, San Antonio, Texas, October 6, 1974
Mike McKool speech, Dallas, Texas, [empty folder] October 6, 1974
Bentsen-Brock debate, Atlanta, [Georgia], October 7, 1974
Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Miami, Florida, October 8, 1974
Brandeis University, Boston, Massachusetts, October 10, 1974
Midge Costanza fundraiser, Rochester, New York, October 11, 1974
Bentsen-Brock debate, Boston, Massachusetts, October 11, 1974
Democratic luncheon, Boca Raton, Florida, October 14, 1974
Democratic luncheon, Miami, Florida, October 14, 1974
Natural Gas Association, Palm Beach, Florida, October 14, 1974
Bentsen-Brock debate, Los Angeles, California, October 16, 1974
Richmond Bar Association, Richmond, Virginia, October 17, 1974
Democratic Progressive Voters League, Dallas, Texas, October 18, 1974
Temple Emanuel, Long Island, New York, [empty folder] October 21, 1974
"Man of Conscience" award dinner honoring Edgar M. Bronfman and Angier Biddle Duke, New York, New York, October 22, 1974
Dedication of hospital, Nashua, New Hampshire, October 23, 1974
Mercer County Democratic fundraiser, Trenton, New Jersey, October 24, 1974
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93-138/373 (00153555)Blue Key, University of Florida, with Lawton Chiles, Gainesville, Florida, October 25, 1974
Democratic Central Committee dinner, with Congressman John McFall, Stockton, California, October 26, 1974
Lubbock - Levelland [?] Democratic speech, October 28, 1974
Independent Petroleum Association of America, Dallas, Texas, October 29, 1974
Jaycees-Gridiron, Wichita Falls, Texas, October 29, 1974
[includes misfiled New Jersey speech from the 24th]
Westmoreland County Democratic Dinner, Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, [folder label reads "John Dent - Greensburg, Pennsylvania Democratic, October 31, 1974October 31, 1974]
Agri-Business luncheon, Astrodome, Houston, Texas, November 1, 1974
International Sanitary Supply Association, Dallas, Texas, November 3, 1974
Histadrut Dinner honoring Pete Camiel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 17, 1974
"The Recovery of Confidence," Lafayette, Louisiana, November 19, 1974
Florida legislature, Tallahassee, Florida, November 20, 1974
Testimonial for Congressman Bob Poage, November 21, 1974
Inauguration of Dr. Lee H. Smith as president of SWTSU, San Marcos, Texas, November 22, 1974
Women's Democratic Club, Victoria, Texas, November 22, 1974
National League of Cities, Houston, Texas, December 2, 1974
Economic panel, Democratic Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, December 6, 1974
Michigan Democratic 500 Club, Detroit, Michigan, December 9, 1974
Atlanta Regional Commission, Atlanta, Georgia, December 10, 1974
Atlanta Hungry Club, Atlanta, Georgia, December 11, 1974
"The Emerging Skeptical Majority," to Rousakis Team, Savannah, Georgia, December 11, 1974
Anti-Defamation League Abe Goldstein Human Relations Award Banquet honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry ["Hank"] Aaron, Atlanta, Georgia, December 11, 1974
Testimonial dinner for U.S. District Judge Reynaldo Garza, Harlingen, Texas, January 6, 1975
Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce, Port Arthur, Texas, January 7, 1975
California Securities Association, San Diego, California, January 8, 1975
Democratic organization audience, Santa Clara, California, January 11, 1975
National Association of Home Builders conference, Dallas, Texas, January 19, 1975
Foreign policy speech, Chicago, Illinois, New York, New York, January 14, 1975;January 15, 1975
Texas Legislative Conference on Rape, San Antonio, Texas, January 19, 1975
Democratic Victory Dinner, Austin, Texas, January 20, 1975
Lions Club, Baytown, Texas, January 20, 1975
Cathedral Club, New York, New York, January 23, 1975
"Human Services," Buffalo, New York, January 24, 1975
California State Democratic Convention, Sacramento, California, January 25, 1975
National Limestone Association, Washington, DC, January 28, 1975
Annual convocation of Opportunities Industrial Centers, Atlanta, Georgia, February 5, 1975
"Foreign policy" at Georgetown University, Washington, DC, February 6, 1975
Hearst students, Washington DC, February 6, 1975
Cleo-Whig Speech, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, February 7, 1975
York County Democratic dinner, Williamsburg, Virginia, February 8, 1975
Temple Emanuel Breakfast Club, Miami, Florida, February 9, 1975
Dade County Bar Association, Miami, Florida, February 10, 1975
New York Law School, New York, New York, February 12, 1975
College Young Democrats, Atlanta, Georgia, February 14, 1975
Announcement of Presidential candidacy, Houston, Texas, February 17, 1975
Conference Board, New York, New York, [empty folder] February 19, 1975
Washington Press Club, Washington, DC, February 21, 1975
Lehigh Valley Young Democrats, Allentown, Pennsylvania, February 21, 1975
Lancaster County Democratic Convention, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, February 22, 1975
B'nai Zion, New York, New York, [empty folder] February 23, 1975
National Environmental Development Association, Washington, DC, February 25, 1975
National League of Counties, Washington, DC, February 26, 1975
Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Hampton, Virginia, February 26, 1975
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93-138/374 (00153250)California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Conference, San Diego, March 1, 1975
Associated General Contractors, Hawaii, March 3, 1975
Association for Advanced Underwriting, Washington, D.C., March 5, 1975
FDR Democratic Dinner, Jackson, Michigan, March 8, 1975
Manufacturing Chemists Association, Washington, D.C., March 11, 1975
Introduction of Barbara Jordan, Woman of the Year, Washington, D.C., March 12, 1975
Remarks-Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, New York City, (cancelled) March 14, 1975
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, (folder empty) March 15, 1975
Scranton University, Scranton, Pennsylvania, (cancelled) March 19, 1975
Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner-Wayne County Democratic Committee, Wooster, Ohio, March 20, 1975
National Petroleum Refiners Association, San Antonio, March 24, 1975
State Convention of Senior Citizens, Austin, Texas, (folder empty) March 24, 1975
Remarks Honoring Governor and Mrs. Edwards, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 25, 1975
Corpus Christi Bar Association, March 25, 1975
AFL-CIO, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 25, 1975
Memphis State University, Memphis, Tennessee, (empty folder) April 2, 1975
Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, (cancelled) (empty folder) April 3, 1975
Kankakee, Illinois, April 5, 1975
Kansas City, Missouri, Hebrew Academy, April 6, 1975
Springfield Democratic Dinner, Springfield, Missouri, April 12, 1975
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, April 12, 1975
William Jennings Bryan Dorn Dinner, Columbia, South Carolina, April 14, 1975
National Caucus on Black Aged, Washington, D.C., April 15, 1975
American Society of Newspaper Editors, Washington, D.C., April 17, 1975
Kennedy Dinner, Los Angeles, April 19, 1975
New York University, Law School, New York City, April 21, 1975
National Society of Professional Engineers, Washington, D.C., April 22, 1975
Senior Citizens, St. Petersburg, Florida, April 26, 1975
Lucas County, Democratic Appreciation Dinner, Toledo, Ohio, April 27, 1975
Pittsburgh Insurance Day, (folder empty) April 29, 1975
West Virginia, May 2, 1975
Lord Fairfax Community College, Middletown, Virginia, May 5, 1975
American Society of Public Administration, Gaithersburg, Maryland, May 6, 1975
Buffalo Council on World Affairs, Buffalo, New York, May 8, 1975
Sales Executive Club, New York City, (folder empty) May 9, 1975
Allied Educational Foundation, New York City, May 9, 1975
Monroe County Democratic Dinner, Pennsylvania, May 10, 1975
Energy Technology Conference, Washington, D.C., May 12, 1975
Cleveland Anti-Defamation League, Ohio, May 13, 1975
Lou Hill Dinner, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, May 15, 1975
Peoria, Illinois, Speech, May 18, 1975
Newport, Rhode Island, May 19, 1975
National Conference on Investment and Employment, New York City, May 20, 1975
Histadrut, Washington, D.C., May 21, 1975
Nashville, Tennessee, May 23, 1975
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, May 28 1975
National Association of Regional Councils, Boston, Massachusetts, May 29, 1975
Warren County Dinner, Phillipsburg, New Jersey, June 1, 1975
Democratic Forum, June 2, 1975
National Venture Capital Association, June 2, 1975
AFL-CIO, New York State, June 3, 1975
Hahneman College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 5, 1975
New Jersey AFL-CIO, Atlantic City, June 9, 1975
New York Democratic City Committee, June 9, 1975
American Hellenic Institute, Washington, D.C., June 10, 1975
Hospital Association of Orange County, California, June 13, 1975
Communications Workers of America, San Diego, California, June 13, 1975
Statewide Elected Democratic Officials, June 19, 1975
Press Conference Statement, Mines, Western Pennsylvania, June 20, 1975
U.S. Jaycees, Miami, Florida, June 24, 1975
Ft. Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce, Florida, June 27, 1975
National Women's Political Caucus, Boston, Massachusetts, June 27, 1975
Press Conference Statement, Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 28, 1975
Connecticut Senior Citizens, Ocean Beach, July 9, 1975
Hudson County Democratic Luncheon, New Jersey, July 14, 1975
Farmers Deal, Washington, D.C., July 15, 1975
Texas Council of Machinists, Dallas, Texas, July 19, 1975
Virginians for Bentsen, Richmond, Virginia, July 29, 1975
American Trial Lawyers, Toronto, Canada, July 31, 1975
B'nai B'rith, Houston, Texas, August 3, 1975
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93-138/375 (00153067)1976 Presidential Campaign speeches:
Gulf Coast chapter of American Society of Safety Engineers, Houston, Texas, August 7, 1975
Utah AFL-CIO, Salt Lake City, August 13, 1975
American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 21, 1975
Young Democrats, St. Louis, [Missouri], [empty folder] August 22, 1975
I-20 highway completion, Duncanville, Texas, August 27, 1975
Overseas Press Club, New York, New York, September 3, 1975
Cornland, USA, September 6, 1975
Democratic fundraiser, 3rd District Committee, Richmond, Virginia, September 10, 1975
Georgia Democratic Charter convention, Macon, Georgia, September 19, 1975
Democratic fundraiser, Jean Packard, Fairfax, Virginia, September 23, 1975
Federal Bar Association, Washington, DC, September 23, 1975
Cumberland County Democratic fundraiser, New Jersey, September 24, 1975
George Washington University, Washington, DC, September 25, 1975
Joint Minorities Conference, Washington, DC, September 25, 1975
The Regular Democratic Organization, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 26, 1975
American Hellenic Congress, Detroit, Michigan, September 29, 1975
Centre County Democrats Annual Fall Dinner, Pennsylvania, October 2, 1975
Blair County Democratic Party, Altoona, Pennsylvania, October 3, 1975
New York Democratic Forum, Syracuse, New York, October 4, 1975
Beaver County Central Labor Union, Pennsylvania, October 5, 1975
11th Constitutional Convention, AFL-CIO, San Francisco, California, October 6, 1975
Women Democrats, Los Angeles, California, October 11, 1975
California Democrats, Los Angeles, California, October 11, 1975
Tax Executive Club, Houston, Texas, October 13, 1975
Muleskinners luncheon, Columbia, Missouri, October 15, 1975
University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, October 15, 1975
Maryland State Democratic Central Committee, Annapolis, Maryland, October 18, 1975
Golden Jubilee Jewish speech [and Pioneer Women's Convention], Miami, Florida, October 19, 1975
Italian-American Democratic League of Lackwanna County, Scranton, Pennsylvania, October 20, 1975
Washington, DC fundraiser, October 21, 1975
National Association of Food Manufacturers, Washington, DC, October 22, 1975
Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce, Clear Lake, Texas, [and Building Products Executive Conference, Washington, DC, October 24, 1975October 22, 1975]
Fundraiser for Huston-Tillotson College, Austin, Texas, October 25, 1975
Texas Association of Broadcasters, Houston, Texas, October 26, 1975
Texas American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, Greek Independence Dinner, Houston, Texas, October 26, 1975
American Institute of Planners, San Antonio, Texas, October 27, 1975
Bexar County Democratic Women, San Antonio, Texas, October 27, 1975
Hudson County Democratic Party, New Jersey, October 30, 1975
Highway Users Federation, Washington, DC, October 30, 1975
Texas Society of Architects, Fort Worth, Texas, October 31, 1975
Burro Club, Washington, DC, November 4, 1975
American Trucking Association, Dallas, Texas, [cancelled] November 5, 1975
State University of New York at Buffalo, New York, November 8, 1975
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93-138/376 (00153307)Crime speech draft, November 10, 1975
Transit speech, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, November 13, 1975
Small Business Association of New England, Waltham, Massachusetts, November 13, 1975
Reception and dinner, Houston, Texas, November 15, 1975
American University, Washington, DC, [cancelled] November 19, 1975
Hunt County Democratic Women, Greenville, Texas, November 21, 1975
Florida Public Relations Association, Jacksonville, Florida, November 22, 1975
Issues Forum, Louisville, Kentucky, November 22, 1975
National Democratic Governors Conference, Washington, DC, December 2, 1975
Virginia Legislators Fundraiser dinner, Tazewell, Virginia, December 3, 1975
Texas Elementary and Secondary Principals and Superintendents, Houston, Texas, December 5, 1975
Pearl Harbor Day, Charleston, South Carolina, December 7, 1975
Women's National Democratic Club, Washington, DC, December 8, 1975
Baltimore, Maryland, [also Charlottesville, North Carolina] December 11, 1975
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas, January 9, 1976
Senate Announcement, Austin, Texas, January 12, 1976
Democratic State Chairmen's Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 17, 1976
Oklahoma Legislature, January 19, 1976
Chamber of Commerce, Frederick, Oklahoma, January 19, 1976
Religion and the Presidency, Washington, DC, January 21, 1976
Reform Judaism Commission, Washington, DC, January 22, 1976
Consumer Federation, Washington, DC, January 22, 1976
Washington Press Club Congressional dinner, Washington, DC, January 28, 1976
Man of the Year breakfast, Fort Worth Jaycees, Fort Worth, Texas, February 2, 1976
Texas Ranger Museum / Hall of Fame, Waco, Texas, February 7, 1976
Missouri Oil Jobbers Convention, Missouri, February 9, 1976
St. Charles County Democratic Party, Missouri, February 9, 1976
Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, February 10, 1976
Woodrow Wilson Birthday Association dinner, Pennsylvania, February 12, 1976
Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, February 23, 1976
Corpus Christi U.S.O. 35th anniversary, Corpus Christi, Texas, February 27, 1976
Pan American Student Forum, San Antonio, Texas, February 27, 1976
Washington on the Brazos, Texas Independence, Brenham, Texas, February 29, 1976
Chamber of Commerce, Galveston, Texas, March 1, 1976
Chamber of Commerce, Cleveland, Texas, March 5, 1976
Jaycees District Convention, Tyler, Texas, March 6, 1976
COPE convention, Galveston, Texas, March 9, 1976
Anson-Jones Chamber of Commerce, Anson, Texas, March 13, 1976
Texas Energy Forecast Conference, Houston, Texas, March 15, 1976
Dallas East, Inc., Dallas, Texas, March 19, 1976
Texas Senior Citizens Association, San Antonio, Texas, March 19, 1976
Texas Nurses Association annual convention, Dallas, Texas, March 20, 1976
Harvard Business School Club, Houston, Texas, March 26, 1976
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93-138/377 (00376414)Speech Drafts, Standard Political (no location), March 1976
Annual Law Journal Banquet, St. Mary's Law School, San Antonio, Texas, March 27, 1976
Standard Crisis in Confidence Speech (no location), April 1976
Political Speech (no location), April 1976
Panhandle Press Association, Amarillo, Texas, April 2, 1976
Sam Rayburn Symposium Banquet, East Texas University, Commerce, Texas, April 6, 1976
Citizenship Ceremonies, Edinburgh, Texas, April 9, 1976
Texas Bankers Association, Brownsville, Texas, April 10, 1976
Texas Farm Bureau, Waco, Texas, April 16, 1976
Houston Builders and Contractors, Houston, Texas, April 20, 1976
Downtown Kiwanis Club, Midland, Texas, April 28, 1976
Optimists International, North Texas District, Amarillo, Texas, May 15, 1976
Bicentennial Celebration, Paintrock, Texas, May 22, 1976
League of United Latin American Citizens State Convention, McAllen, Texas, May 22, 1976
Texas Day, Bicentennial Observance, Washington, D.C., May 27, 1976
Headliners, Dallas, Texas, May 29, 1976
Memorial Day Services, National Houston Cemetery, May 31, 1976
Big Thicket Association, Saratoga, Texas, June 5, 1976
Justice of Peace and Constables Association State Convention, Beaumont, Texas, June 11, 1976
County & District Clerks Association, Brownsville, Texas, June 11, 1976
Texas Association of Realtors, San Antonio, Texas, June 12, 1976
Texas Democratic Dinner, Houston, Texas, June 17, 1976
Association of Rice Cooperatives, Houston, Texas, June 18, 1976
State Convention-Texas Motor Transportation Association, Houston, Texas, June 18, 1976
Breakfast, Lamar University, ROTC, Beaumont, Texas, July 2, 1976
State Junior Bar of Texas, Austin, Texas, July 2, 1976
Dallas Chamber of Commerce, National Affairs Committee Lunch, July 9, 1976
GI Forum, Ft. Worth, Texas, July 9, 1976
Texas Association of Broadcasters, Ft. Worth, Texas, July 10, 1976
Texas Municipal Police Association, San Antonio, Texas, (cancelled) July 23, 1976
American Legion State Convention, Houston, Texas, July 24, 1976
League of United Latin American Citizens Council #2, San Antonio, Texas, August 7, 1976
Houston Letter Carriers Association, Houston, Texas, August 8, 1976
Texas Public Employees Association, Houston, Texas, August 16, 1976
Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation (no location), August 20, 1976
Crime Speech-Texas Municipal Police Association, San Antonio, Texas, July 23, 1976
Baylor University Forum Series, Waco, Texas, September 13, 1976
Cope-Cap, AFL-CIO/UAW, Wimberly, Texas, September 13, 1976
Downtown Rotary Club, San Angelo, Texas, September 17, 1976
Texas Medical Association, Austin, Texas, September 18, 1976
Society of American Manufacturing Engineers, San Antonio, Texas, September 20, 1976
State Convention-County Treasurers Association, Brownsville, Texas, September 24, 1976
Bayfest '76, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 2, 1976
UT Issues and Ideas Series, Austin, Texas, October 6, 1976
Administrators Workshop Dinner, Houston, Texas, October 6, 1976
Freedom Fund Dinner, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 9, 1976
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93-138/378 (00153410)Association of General Contractors, Austin, Texas, October 13, 1976
Texas Association of Soil & Water Conservation, McAllen, October 13, 1976
Progressive Voters League, Dallas, Texas, October 21, 1976
Israeli Bonds Speech, Houston, Texas, October 27, 1976
Friday Club Luncheon, Houston, Texas, December 10, 1976
Computer & Communications Industry Association, Washington, D.C., Hyatt, February 24, 1975
The Council for South Texas Economic Progress, Harlingen, Texas, February 25, 1975
United Steelworkers of America, District 37, Houston, Texas, March 4, 1977
SER-National Board of Directors, San Antonio, April 22, 1977
University of Texas, El Paso graduation address, El Paso, May 14, 1977
Boy Scout Speech, Houston, Texas, May 16, 1977
Houston Realtors Speech, May 16, 1977
U.S. -Mexico Interparliamentary Conference, Hermosillo, Mexico, May 26-29, 1977
Fiscal Analysts, Washington, D.C., June 29, 1977
North Dallas Chamber of Commerce, Dallas, Texas, (Regionalism) July 6, 1977
Democratic Forum, Dallas, Texas, July 6, 1977
Texas AFL-CIO, Austin, Texas, July 20, 1977
Ft. Worth Chamber of Commerce, Ft. Worth, Texas, July 29, 1977
Southwest Meat Packers, July 30, 1977
Epilepsy Foundation, College Park, Maryland, July 30, 1977
University of Houston, September 18, 1977
The Council for South Texas Economic Progress, San Antonio, September 19, 1977
Texas Municipal League, San Antonio, (Regionalism, October 17, 1977
National Savings and Loan Association, Houston, Texas, (empty folder) October 22, 1977
Dallas Assembly, Dallas, Texas, November 28, 1977
Beta Alpha Psi (Southern Methodist University), Dallas, Texas, November 28, 1977
Natural Gas Supply Committee, December 13, 1977
Texas Good Roads Association, January 26, 1978
Regionalism-New York Security Analysts, New York City, January 26, 1977
Orlando Jaycees, Florida, January 27, 1978
Dinner, Amarillo, January 28, 1978
SER Speech, Washington, D.C., (empty folder) February 1, 1978
Mid Continent Oil, Dallas, Texas, March 2, 1978
Legislative Conference, New Braunfels, Texas, March 3, 1978
Baytown Chamber of Commerce, March 13, 1978
U.S. Chamber, Breakfast Bunch, April 20, 1978
LP Gas Association, Houston, Texas, April 24, 1978
Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, May 11, 1978
Harvard Business School Club, Washington, D.C., JEC, Inflation, May 18, 1978
SER Speech, May 20, 1978
U.S.-Mexico Interparliamentary Conference, Washington, D.C., June 6, 1978
Air Pollution Control Association, Houston, Texas, June 26, 1978
Brownwood, Texas, July 6, 1978
Joint Service Clubs, Wichita Falls, Texas, July 7, 1978
Women in Government Relations, Washington, D.C., July 12, 1978
Angleton Chamber of Commerce, July 28, 1978
Texas Council for Exceptional Children, San Antonio, August 5, 1978
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93-138/379 (00153329)American GI Forum, Corpus Christi, Texas, August 12, 1978
Andy Miller Fundraiser (in Virginia), September 8, 1978
Democratic State Convention, Fort Worth, Texas, September 15, 1978
AGC Highway Bill, Austin, Texas, October 17, 1978
HEB Seminar, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 17, 1978
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Dallas, Texas, October 19, 1978
Texas Cattle Feeders Association, Dallas, Texas, October 23, 1978
Southern Industrial Development Council, San Antonio, Texas, October 30, 1978
Savings & Loan Association, Dallas, Texas, October 31, 1978
Chamber of Commerce, San Antonio, Texas, November 10, 1978
Texas Association of Taxpayers, Fort Worth, Texas, November 30, 1978
Rotary Club of Houston, Houston, Texas, January 11, 1979
Garland Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet, Garland, Texas, January 11, 1979
National Association of Cattleman, Kansas City, (Kansas?), January 24, 1979
Waxahachie Chamber of Commerce, Waxahachie, Texas, February 2, 1979
Hearst Foundation Senate Youth Program, Washington, D.C., February 5, 1979
Brownsville & Port Isabel Shrimp Association, Brownsville, Texas, February 17, 1979
Texas Osteopaths, Washington, D.C., February 27, 1979
Democratic Fundraiser, Houston, Texas, March 15, 1979
Houston Chamber of Commerce, Government Affairs Commission, Houston, Texas, March 16, 1979
American GI Forum, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 16, 1979
Association and Contractors, Washington, D.C., March 20, 1979
West Texas Chamber of Commerce, Fort Worth, Texas, April 16, 1979
Newspaper Publishers, New York City, April 23, 1979
European Investment Bankers, Washington, D.C., May 9, 1979
American Retail Federation, Washington, D.C., May 10, 1979
Commencement, Texas Tech, Lubbock, Texas, May 11, 1979
26th Annual Banquet-Pipefitters, Houston, Texas, May 12, 1979
Omar Burleson Federal Building, Abilene, Texas, May 11, 1979
Temple V.A. Center-for Tiger Teague, May 12, 1979
U.S./Mexico Interparliamentary Conference, Mexico City, May 27, 1979
Swearing in of Judges, Houston, Texas, (folder empty) May 31, 1979
National Federation of Independent Business, Washington, D.C., June 13, 1979
Democratic Fundraiser, Sulphur Springs, Texas, July 6, 1979
League of United Latin American Citizens Address, Houston, Texas, June 15, 1979
Sheep and Goat Raisers, San Angelo, Texas, (cancelled) July 21, 1979
Texas Buildings and Construction Trades Council, Austin, Texas, July 22, 1979
Dallas Friday Group, Dallas, Texas, September 14, 1979
Independent Bankers, El Paso, Texas, September 17, 1979
El Paso Democratic Benefit, El Paso, Texas, September 17, 1979
The Conferences Board, New York, New York, September 20, 1979
National Association of Manufacturers, The Homestead (no location), September 22, 1979
Pineland Day, Pineland, Texas, September 29, 1979
Jim Wright Tribute (no location), October 13, 1979
The Woodlands Conference, Woodlands, Texas (Houston), October 28, 1979
Houston Democratic Forum, Houston, Texas, November 12, 1979
National Association of Home Builders, Washington, D.C., November 8, 1979
Amigos de Las Americas, Pan Am Building, Washington, D.C., November 9, 1979
Uvalde Chamber of Commerce, Uvalde, Texas, February 8, 1980
U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., February 22, 1980
Texas AFL-CIO, Austin, Texas, March 5, 1980
North Texas Oil & Gas Association, Wichita Falls, Texas, March 20, 1980
Dallas Democratic Forum, March 21, 1980
Mexican-American Chamber, Fort Worth, Texas, March 21, 1980
Harlingen Rotary Club, Harlingen, Texas, McAllen Rotary Club, McAllen, Texas, March 28, 1980,March 31, 1980
Longview Luncheon Address, Longview, Texas (?), April 7, 1980
Windfall Profits, Texas Tour, Economy (no location), April 7-11, 1980
Economic Policy for 80s, Texas Tour, Longview, Texas, April 7-11, 1980
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93-138/380 (00153318)American Productivity Institute, Houston, Texas, April 21, 1980
Conference on U.S. Competitiveness, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 25, 1980
American Business Press, Boca Raton, Florida, April 28, 1980
Central Texas College and American Technological University commencement, Killeen, Texas, May 10, 1980
American Retail Federation, Washington D.C., May 7, 1980
Bill Noels dinner [not given], Odessa, Texas, May 12, 1980
TIPRO luncheon, San Antonio, Texas, May 26, 1980
Arlington Chamber of Commerce, re: Taxes, June 6, 1980
CSIS, re: U.S. export competitiveness, Georgetown, D.C., June 10, 1980
LULAC National Convention, Washington D.C., June 26, 1980
Railroad Association (?), Monterrey, California, [cancelled] July 2, 1980
Re: JEC hearings, Austin, Texas, July 17, 1980
Democratic Convention reception, New York City, New York, August 11, 1980
Texas A&M University commencement, College Station, Texas, August 16, 1980
Rotary Club, Waco, Texas, October 6, 1980
"The Forum," Baylor University, Waco, Texas, October 6, 1980
Anti-Defamation League, B'nai B'rith, Houston, Texas, October 7, 1980
Texas Association of Business, Dallas, October 7, 1980
Beaumont Rotary Club, Beaumont, Texas, October 8, 1980
Associated General Contractors, Austin, Texas, October 9, 1980
IPAA convention, Dallas, Texas, October 20, 1980
Valley Chamber of Commerce, October 23, 1980
Democratic luncheon, Dallas, Texas, October 31, 1980
Democratic rally, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 31, 1980
Democratic rally with President Jimmy Carter, San Antonio, Texas, November 1, 1980
Association of General Contractors, Austin, Texas, December 2, 1980
DuPont Nemours, Wilmington, Delaware, December 8, 1980
Address to the Joint Economic Committee, Washington, DC, December 10, 1980
Strauss dinner [LBJ School benefit?], Washington, DC, December 10, 1980
Corpus Christi, Texas, January 15, 1981
Texas Press Association, Dallas, Texas, January 17, 1981
Austin Jaycees, Austin, Texas, January 24, 1981
Chamber of Commerce, Waco, Texas, January 27, 1981
U.S. Chamber, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 27, 1981
Texas Federation of Co-ops, Houston, Texas, February 16, 1981
Washington International Business Council, [Washington, DC], February 20, 1981
Chamber of Commerce, Galveston, Texas, March 2, 1981
Dallas Home and Apartment Builders, Dallas, Texas, March 9, 1981
Computer and Communications Industry Association, [Washington, DC], March 11, 1981
Dallas dinner, March 19, 1981
A, Phillip Randolph Institute, March 21, 1981
Office Automation Conference, Houston, Texas, March 23, 1981
Hurst, Euless, Bedford Chambers of Commerce, April 16, 1981

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