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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

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

 

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.
Box
93-138/380 (00153318)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:
Speech and Speechwriter files:
Chronological files:
Houston fundraiser, April 22, 1981
SER annual conference, Dallas, Texas, April 22, 1981
Texas Bankers Association, El Paso, Texas, May 1, 1981
Salvation Army Banquet, Wichita Falls, Texas, May 2, 1981
Associated Employers, San Antonio, Texas, May 4, 1981
Chamber of Commerce, San Antonio, Texas, May 28, 1981
Texas UPI Editors, May 30, 1981
TIPRO, Fort Worth, Texas, June 1, 1981
Independent Bakers, [Washington, DC], June 24, 1981
Chamber of Commerce, Orange, Texas, June 26, 1981
Dedication of John E. Grey Institute, June 27, 1981
Texas Automobile Dealer Convention, Temple, Texas, June 29, 1981
Temple barbecue, Temple, Texas, August 12, 1981
Sigma Nu Fraternity, Lexington, Kentucky, [empty folder] August 16, 1981
Thank You for Valley Fundraiser, McAllen, Texas, September 3, 1981
Tarrant County Bar Association, Fort Worth, Texas, September 8, 1981
National Association of Home Builders, Boston, Massachusetts, September 14, 1981
High interest rates, floor speech, September 15, 1981
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93-138/381 (00378748)Houston realtors, Houston, Texas, September 25, 1981
American Society of Civil Engineers, Houston, Texas, September 25, 1981
Carpet and Rug Institute, Washington, D.C., October 1, 1981
United Negro College Fund Board, Houston, Texas, October 1, 1981
Council of Governments, Texarkana, Texas, October 7, 1981
West Central Texas Oil and Gas Board of Directors, Abilene, Texas, October 8, 1981
"Crimestoppers" Luncheon, Austin, Texas, October 9, 1981
Black Ministers Group, Galveston, Texas, October 22, 1981
Annual Conference of the Texas Municipal League, San Antonio, Texas, October 26, 1981
Rio Grande Children's Home, Mission, Texas, November 8, 1981
Texas Lyceum, Houston, Texas, November 9, 1981
Talking Points, Houston, Texas, (?), 1982
Coalition of Black Democrats, Dallas, Texas (?), (?), 1982
Mark White Introduction, Dallas, Texas, (?), 1982
Dallas Study Group, Dallas, Texas, (?), 1982
Dixie Youth League Tournament, Marshall, Texas, (?), 1982
Houston North Channel Chamber, Houston, Texas, San Antonio Rotary Club, San Antonio, Texas, Rio Grande City Chamber, Rio Grande (?), Texas, January 12, 1982,January 19, 1982,January 22, 1982
Small Business Speech, Dallas and Houston, Texas, January 8-9, 1982
Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C. (?), February (?), 1982
"Business for Bentsen", Houston, Texas, February 12, 1982
Mack Hanna Dinner, Houston, Texas, February 13, 1982
Deep East Texas Development Association, Lufkin, Texas, February 16, 1982
LBJ School, Austin, Texas, February 19, 1982
Savings Institutions Marketing Society of America, San Antonio, Texas, February 21, 1982
Remarks to "Leadership Texas" (no location), March 4, 1982
Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association, Dallas, Texas, March 9, 1982
Weatherford Chamber of Commerce of Commerce, Weatherford, Texas, March 20, 1982
GI Forum, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 27, 1982
Texas Association of Business, Beaumont, Texas, March 29, 1982
La Villita, San Antonio, Texas, April 5, 1982
Houston Exchange Club, Houston, Texas, April 7, 1982
Angleton Chamber of Commerce, Angleton, Texas, April 12, 1982
Brazosport Chamber of Commerce, Brazosport, Texas, April 12, 1982
Bill Clark and Peyton McKnight Day, Tyler, Texas, April 15, 1982
San Antonio Ministers, San Antonio, Texas, April 23, 1982
Memorial Speech, Bob Pugh (no location), April 23, 1982
Sickle Cell Anemia Banquet, Fort Worth, Texas, April 23, 1982
National Association of Evangelicals (no location), April 28, 1982
Texas Association of Business-Houston Chapter, Houston, Texas, May 14, 1982
League of United Latin American Citizens State Convention, Austin, Texas, May (?), 1982
Jaycees State Convention, Galveston, Texas, May 22, 1982
American Waterway Operators Fundraiser (no location), May 24, 1982
Center for Strategic & International Studies Luncheon, Washington, D.C., May 27, 1982
Realtors/Homebuilders, Houston, Texas, June 1, 1982
National Association of Realtors, Dallas, Texas, June 11, 1982
GI Forum State Convention, San Antonio, Texas, June 18, 1982
League of United Latin American Citizens-Lloyd Bentsen III (no location), July 1, 1982
Abilene Kiwanis, Abilene, Texas, July 7, 1982
Justifying Vote Against Tax Bill, July 21, 1982
Texas State Teachers Association, Austin, Texas, July 24, 1982
Association of Builders and Contractors, Austin, Texas, July 30, 1982
Irving Board of Realtors, Irving, Texas (?), August 16, 1982
Midland Rotary, Midland, Texas, August 25, 1982
Longview Association of Business, Longview, Texas, August 31, 1982
Baylor Convocation, Waco, Texas, September 1, 1982
Democratic State Convention (no location), September 10, 1982
Stamford Fun Day-Charles Stenholm, Stamford, Texas, September 11, 1982
Church Tour, Dallas, Texas, September 12, 1982
Outdoor Advertising Association, Reno, Nevada, September 21, 1982
Pampa Dedication (Hughey Home), Pampa, Texas, September 25, 1982
TSTA Group, El Paso, Texas, September 26, 1982
NAACP State Convention, Temple, Texas, October 1, 1982
Gregg Courthouse Dedication, Longview, Texas, October 2, 1982
Texas A & M Political Forum, College Station, Texas, October 5, 1982
Business Leaders, Bryan/College Station, Texas, October 5, 1982
Galveston Rotary Club, Galveston, Texas, October 6, 1982
Sabine Area Labor Council, Sabine, Texas (?), October 6, 1982
Texarkana Luncheon, Texarkana, Texas, October 8, 1982
Laredo Highway Dedication, Laredo, Texas, October 15, 1982
American Institute of Architects and Dallas Chapter, Association of General Contractors, October 15, 1982
Duncanville Centennial, Duncanville, Texas, October 16, 1982
Prairie View, Texas, October 19, 1982
Baptist Ministers Convention, Waco, Texas, October 21, 1982
Baptist Ministers Association, Houston, Texas, October 30, 1982
Victory Dinner, Austin, Texas, January 17, 1983
Human Resources & High Technology Industry, Shorman Hotel, Washington, D.C., February 3, 1983
AGC Luncheon, Austin, Texas, February 15, 1983
Address to Texas Legislature, Austin, Texas, February 15, 1982
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93-138/382 (00152938)Houston Forum, February 2, 1983
Sun Exploration PAC, March 2, 1983
New Braunfels, Texas Legislation Conference, March 11, 1983
Cowboy Artists of America Museum Dedication, Kerrville, Texas, April 23, 1983
Business Roundtable (no location), (not delivered), May 10, 1983
Leadership Circle Dinner, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1983
Texas Medical Association, Houston, Texas, May 20, 1983
Monday Night Fundraiser, Washington, D.C. Hilton Hotel, May 24, 1983
National Federation of Independent Businessmen, Washington, D.C., June 20, 1983
Remarks for Jim Wright, June 30, 1983
Texas AFL-CIO, Austin, Texas, July 29, 1983
American Iron and Steel Institute (no location), September 21, 1983
General Electric (no location), September 27, 1983
American Business Conference, Washington, D.C., October 4, 1983
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), Easton, Maryland, October 15, 1983
Democratic National Commission Small Business (no location), October 19, 1983
Russell Long Remarks, New Orleans, Louisiana (?), October 25, 1983
Lt. Governor Bill Hobby roast, Austin, Texas, (cancelled) October 28, 1983
National Trust for Historic Preservation, San Antonio, Texas, (cancelled) October 28, 1983
David Pryor Remarks, Little Rock, Arkansas, November 11, 1983
New York Fundraiser, November 14, 1983
University of Texas and RKG Foundation, Austin, Texas, February 6, 1984
The Business Council, Washington, D.C., February 9, 1984
Houpac, Houston, Texas, February 15, 1984
Rice University-Coopers and Lybrand Conference on the Economy, Houston, Texas, February 16, 1984
COPE, Bal Harbor, Florida, February 20, 1984
American Association of Equipment Lessors, L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, D.C., February 29, 1984
Basic Industries Coalition, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., March 1, 1984
National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C., March 9, 1984
Introduction/Roast: Bob Strauss, Washington, D.C., March 1984
Democratic Women's Club (no location), March 12, 1984
Silver Bar Luncheon, Odessa, Texas, March 16, 1984
Clint Murchison Jr., Boy's Club (no location), March 16, 1984
National Press Club, Washington, D.C., March 22, 1984
"Friends of Dr. Hector P. Garcia", Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., March 26, 1984
Statement to the Democratic National Commission Platform Committee, L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, D.C., March 27, 1984
Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Raleigh, North Carolina, April 7, 1984
Fritz Mondale Introduction, Austin, Texas, May 3, 1984
Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas, May 3, 1984
The State Bar of Texas-Leon Jaworski Memorial Conference, LBJ School of Public Affairs, Austin, Texas, May 4, 1984
Dedication of the Barber Texas, Houston, Texas, May 5, 1984
Statement of Senator George J. Mitchell Democratic Leadership Circle Dinner, (no location), May 9, 1984
The Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., May 15, 1984
Small Business Council of America (no location), May 17, 1984
American Retail Federation (no location), May 17, 1984
Texas Association of Builders (no location), May 21, 1984
Business-Government Relations Council (no location), May 23, 1984
University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, May 26, 1984
Texas Savings & Loan League, Washington, D.C., June 4, 1984
TIPRO, San Antonio, Texas, June 11, 1984
Houston Fundraiser, Houston, Texas, June 14, 1984
State Democratic Convention (no location), June 14, 1984
Box
93-138/383 (00153293)Labor Caucus Democratic Conference, June 15, 1978
Jefferson-Jackson Day, [City?], Mississippi, June 30, 1984
Remarks for West Coast Fundraisers, (no location), 1984 (no month-day)
Democratic National Convention (not used), July 15, 1984
Mondale Introduction, Dallas, Texas, August 27, 1984
Brownwood Dam Dedication, Brownwood, Texas, September 8, 1984
Paul Tsongas Tribute, Boston, Massachusetts, September 14, 1984
Chairman's Dinner, Washington, D.C., September 19, 1984
Dallas Democratic Forum, Texas, October 8, 1984
Don Richards' Reception, (no location), October 16, 1984
LBJ School Seminar/Luncheon, G. William Miller, Austin, Texas, October 16, 1984
Chick Kazen Remarks, (no location), October 17, 1984
University of Texas, Houston, November 28 1984
National Realty Committee, Hyatt Hotel, Washington, D.C., February 5, 1985
Headliner's Club, Austin, Texas, February 9, 1985
Commission on Constitutional System, Austin, Texas, February 12, 1985
Texas House of Representatives, February 12, 1985
Association of State and Interstate Water Pollution Control Administrators, February 20, 1985
Association for Advice Life Underwriting, March 6, 1985
Fundraiser Remarks, March 11, 1985
West Central Texas Oil & Gas Association, Abilene, Texas, March 25, 1985
Remarks-Law Alumni Association, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, April 5, 1985
Weslaco Chamber of Commerce, April 12, 1985
Texas Apartment Association, Austin, Texas, April 21, 1985
National Venture Capital Association, April 25, 1985
Press Conference, Democratic Working Group on Trade Policy, April 25, 1985
Texas A&M Commencement, May 4, 1985
NERO-NEDA Luncheon, Rayburn HOB, Washington, D.C., May 21, 1985
Russell Long Remarks, June 17, 1985
International Management & Development Institute, June 4, 1985
Joe Washington Remarks, June 25, 1985
B-1 Ceremonies, Dyess AFB, June 25, 1985
Democratic Leadership Council Ideas (Landon Parvin), June 27, 1985
Democratic Leadership Council, June 30, 1985
Fundraisers in Austin, Houston, and Dallas, July 8, 1985
Statement before Press Conference on Trade Legislation, LBJ Room-U.S. Capitol, July 17, 1985
Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers, July 20, 1985
Mexican-American Chambers of Commerce, San Antonio, Texas, July 20, 1985
Jim Chapman Remarks, Texarkana, Texas, July 20, 1985
Jim Chapman Remarks, Marshall, Texas, July 20, 1985
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Dinner, September 18, 1985
Betty Jo and Jess Hay Dinner, Texas Mental Health, Austin, Texas, October 18, 1985
Business Council Remarks, Homestead, Texas (?), October 12, 1985
Rio Grande Chamber of Commerce, October 25, 1985
449th Bomb Group Association Dinner, Dayton, Ohio, October 26, 1985
Press Conference, Senate Democratic Working Group on Trade Policy, October 30, 1985
AFL-CIO Labor Rally, Austin, Texas, November 2, 1985
Tribute to Dr. Hector Garcia, November 9, 1985
The Trade Crisis-Can We Legislate an Answer? National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C., November 14, 1985
Jim Wright Fundraiser, November 15, 1985
Texas State Democratic Campaign Committee, Waller Creek Plaza Hotel, Austin, Texas, November 16, 1985
Senate Majority 1986 Dinner in New York, December 9, 1985
Fundraisers, Texas/Oklahoma, January 1986
Speech Closing, January 6, 1986
Chamber of Commerce, Houston, Texas, January 23, 1986
Mexican-American Democrats of Texas, San Antonio, Texas, March 1, 1986
Remarks-Dinner Honoring Senator Russell Long, March 11, 1986
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93-138/384 (00376378)Toasts by Senator Bentsen, Monterrey, Mexico, April 4, 1986
Law Alumni Association, University of Texas at Austin, April 5, 1986
International Trade Commission Hearing, McAllen, Texas, April 7, 1986
International Trade Commission Hearing, El Paso, Texas, April 8, 1986
Dallas Health Symposium, April 21, 1986
Law Day Celebration, Corpus Christi, Texas, May 5, 1986
Texas R & D Luncheon, Washington, D.C., May 13, 1986
Democratic Response to the President's Radio Address, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1986
Comments for Russell & Carolyn Long (Luncheon at Bellfield), June 8, 1986
Remarks by Senator Lloyd Bentsen-U.S./Mexico Relations, June 11, 1986
Texas State Democratic Convention, Austin, Texas, June 28, 1986
Toast to Lou and Edie Wasserman, July, 12, 1986
Houston Forum, International Hotel, Houston, Texas, July 14, 1986
Texas Breakfast Club, Washington, D.C., July 24, 1986
Remarks to Democratic Leadership Council (Chuck Robb's Residence), September 15, 1986
Remarks: The [Jack S.] Blantons-Houston, Texas, September 28, 1986
Lan Bentsen-Remarks for Harris County Democratic Judges, September 29, 1986
Chamber of Commerce, Garland, Texas, September 29, 1986
Pickle Patrons, October 14, 1986
John Moniford, Lubbock, Texas, October 15, 1986
San Angelo Rotary Club, Historical Forum, Montgomery County, C of C, October 15-23 1986
Script for Lloyd Unsell, Independent Petroleum Association of America, October 17, 1986
Remarks at Mark White reception, Houston, Texas, October 22, 1986
Remarks-Greg Laughlin-Victoria, October 24, 1986
Remarks for Pete Geren, College Station, Texas, October 30, 1986
Site Selection Committee, Houston, Texas, October 30,1986
Mennonite Naturalization Ceremony, Seminole, Texas, October 31, 1986
Dedication of Bentsen Rio Grande State Park, November 28, 1986
McAllen Chamber of Commerce, December 1, 1986
Texas Farm Bureau, December 1, 1986
Bentsen's Statement to Parliament, Ottawa, Canada, December 9, 1986
Comments for Mark White Reception, December 10, 1986
Houston Rotary Club, December 11, 1986
Remarks-Senator's Cup, Scottsdale, Arizona, January 9, 1987
Texas Democratic Party Fundraiser, Austin, Texas, January 13, 1987
Democratic Response to the President's Radio Address, January 17, 1987
Texas Farmers Union, January 30, 1987
Texas Mental Health Association, Austin, Texas, (empty folder) January 30, 1987
Revised-Houston and Lubbock Rotary Clubs Speech, February 1987
Breakfast Club Poem, February 1987
Fundraising Remarks, February 1987
New York Economic Club, February 18, 1987
California Fundraiser, Los Angeles, February 23, 1987
Fundraiser, Dallas, Texas, March 26, 1987
Private Sector Council, Washington, D.C., April 1, 1987
Stacy Dam Dedication, Odessa, Texas, April 15, 1987
Midland Petroleum Associations, April 16, 1987
Texas AFL-CIO, Austin, Texas, May 1, 1987
St. Mary's Graduation, San Antonio, May 2, 1987
American Society of Anesthesiologists (Washington, D.C., May 4, 1987)
Houston Fundraiser, May 11, 1987
National Press Club, May 19, 1987
Memorial Day, Houston, May 26, 1987
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93-138/385 (00152982)Young Professionals, Houston, Texas, June 5, 1987
Box
93-138/384 (00376378)TIPRO, Corpus Christi, Texas, June 7, 1987
Box
93-138/385 (00152982)San Antonio World Affairs Council, San Antonio, June 8, 1987
Fundraiser, Washington, DC, June 9, 1987
Surgeon General's Conference, "Children with Chronic and Debilitating Illness," Houston, Texas, June 14, 1987
Town Hall Meeting, Austin, Texas, July 19, 1987
East Texas Producers and Royalty Owners Association, Tyler, Texas, August 22, 1987
TCU convocation, Fort Worth, Texas, September 8, 1987
Texas Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association annual meeting, Houston, Texas, October 11, 1987
American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters, Washington, DC, October 7, 1987
National Broiler Council, Washington, DC, October 8, 1987
National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC, October 9, 1987
IPAA annual meeting, Austin, Texas, October 11, 1987
Ray Clymer roast, Wichita Falls, Texas, October 12, 1987
Rotary Club, San Angelo, Texas, October 12, 1987
National Apartment Association, October 20, 1987
Charlie Wilson roast, Lufkin, Texas, October 30, 1987
"Southwest '88" luncheon, Corpus Christi, Texas, October 31, 1987
Boy Scouts of America, Harlingen, Texas, October 31, 1987
Democratic response to President Reagan speech, November 7, 1987
Senate candidacy announcement, Austin, Texas, November 11, 1987
Russell Long Memorial, November 18, 1987
Texas Democratic Women's reception, Austin, Texas, December 4, 1987
Joe Kilgore remarks, Boy Scouts event, December 5, 1987
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93-138/390 (01061940) campaign speeches: 1988
July 13-August 26, 1988
September 5-30, 1988
October 8-November 3, 1988
Box
95-005/22 (04772027)Tennis dinner, January 1988
John Gray Institute, Beaumont, Texas, January 20, 1988
Chamber of Commerce, Beaumont, Texas, January 20, 1988
Leaders of the Hispanic business community, San Antonio, Texas, January 21, 1988
Mexican-American Democrats, Dallas, Texas, January 23, 1988
Houston Board of Realtors, Houston, Texas, January 25, 1988
Texas Chamber of Commerce, Austin, Texas, January 25, 1988
COPE, Austin, Texas, January 29, 1988
Alfalfa Club Dinner, Washington, DC, January 30, 1988
National Association of Realtors Legislative Committee, San Antonio, Texas, February 5, 1988
Amarillo and Pampa Chambers of Commerce, February 10-11, 1988
American Insurance Association, Washington, DC, February 17, 1988
Homeport Ceremony, Corpus Christi, Texas, February 20, 1988
Coalition of Black Democrats, Austin, Texas, February 20, 1988
Homeport Ceremony, Galveston, Texas, February 21, 1988
Statewide Democratic fundraiser, Austin, Texas, February 26, 1988
Marriage of Betty and Steve Bentsen, Houston, Texas, February 27, 1988
Texas Chambers of Commerce, [Austin, Texas], March 9-11, 1988
Federal Land Banks of Texas, Austin, Texas, March 11, 1988
Galveston Bay Conference, [empty] March 14, 1988
National Petroleum Council, Washington, DC, March 23, 1988
Baltimore fundraiser, Baltimore, Maryland, March 28, 1988
San Antonio Medical Foundation, San Antonio, Texas, April 2, 1988
Houston fundraiser, Houston, Texas, April 6, 1988
Permian Basin Petroleum Association, Midland, Texas, April 4, 1988
Thomas Jefferson High School, Port Arthur, Texas, April 6, 1988
Texas Women's University luncheon, Denton, Texas, April 23, 1988
Toast honoring Lady Bird Johnson, Washington, DC, April 28, 1988
Economic Development Board and Chamber of Commerce executive members, Corpus Christi, Texas, May 3, 1988
Welfare reform, Texas groups, May 3-5, 1988
Council of the Americas, re: trade bill, May 9, 1988
Texas State Board of Public Accountancy, swearing-in of new CPAs, Austin, Texas, May 14, 1988
American Society of Association Executives, May 18, 1988
American Retail Federation, re: trade bill, May 18, 1988
Conference on International Energy Security, May 24, 1988
Swedish Embassy, Washington, DC, May 24, 1988
Texas Hospital Association, Dallas, Texas, June 5, 1988
Texas Savings and Loan League, San Antonio, Texas, June 6, 1988
Texas Motor Transportation Association, Houston, Texas, June 18, 1988
Bill Hobby fundraiser for Michael Dukakis, Houston, Texas, June 18, 1988
Texas State Democratic Convention, Houston, Texas, June 18, 1988
Independent Insurance Agents, Houston, Texas, June 25, 1988
U.S./Israel trade, July 1988
Fundraiser, San Francisco, California, July 5, 1988
Introduction of Governor Michael Dukakis, Texarkana, Texas, July 8, 1988
NAACP, Washington, DC, July 13, 1988
B. A. Bentsen remarks at Democratic Women's Club, Washington, DC, July 13, 1988
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95-005/24 (05170030)Celebration of Civil Rights, Atlanta, Georgia, July 18, 1988
Women Leaders of the United States, Atlanta, Georgia, July 20, 1988
National Finance Committee, July 1988
Acceptance of VP nomination, Democratic National Convention, July 21, 1988
Dukakis introduction, Houston, Texas, July 22, 1988
Texas Environmental Coalition, Houston, Texas, July 23, 1988
Third Baptist Church, St. Louis, Missouri, July 1988
National Federation of Business and Professional Women, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 27, 1988
National Conference of State Legislators, Reno, Nevada, July 28, 1988
Fancy Farms, Kentucky, August 6, 1988
American GI Forum, Corpus Christi, Texas, August 6, 1988
New York fundraiser, August 9, 1988
National Bar Association, Washington, DC, August 11, 1988
Southwest Voter Registration Project, San Antonio, Texas, August 12, 1988
International Paper Workers Union, telephone comments, August 12, 1988
Border Trade Alliance Conference, Laredo, Texas, August 13, 1988
Rally, Brownsville, Texas, August 14, 1988
Little Rock, Arkansas, August 15, 1988
Houston Chamber of Commerce, Houston, Texas, August 15, 1988
East Texas Regional Economic Development Group, Tyler, Texas, August 18, 1988
Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner, Jacksonville, Florida, August 20, 1988
Democratic weekly radio address, Dallas, Texas, August 20, 1988
United Auto Workers, Detroit, Michigan, August 23, 1988
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Chicago, Illinois, August 26, 1988
Miscellaneous remarks, Fort Worth and San Angelo, Texas; Detroit, Michigan; Southern State Legislators, August 1988
Business Resource Center, Waco, Texas, September 5, 1988
Carl Parker Labor Day Picnic, Beaumont, Texas, September 5, 1988
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, September 6, 1988
New York City fundraiser, New York, September 8, 1988
Islip, Long Island, New York, September 8, 1988
Statement to Finance Committee re: Nicholas Brady, September 12, 1988
Confederate Air Force Base, Harlingen, Texas, September 14, 1988
Ten facts about National Defense, September 1988
Energy Policy Forum, Houston, Texas, September 19, 1988
Lubbock, Texas, September 21, 1988
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, September 23, 1988
Caterpillar, Decatur, Illinois, September 23, 1988
Detroit Economic Club, Detroit, Michigan, September 23, 1988
Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri, September 27, 1988
Remarks on Education, Columbia, South Carolina, September 28, 1988
Dallas fundraiser, September 29, 1988
National Education Association, Washington, DC, September 30, 1988
Seaworld, San Antonio, Texas, October 2, 1988
Austin, Texas, October 4, 1988
Dallas, Texas, October 5, 1988
Lone Star, Texas, October 6, 1988
San Antonio, Texas, October 7, 1988
Democratic Forum, Dallas, Texas, October 7, 1988
Omar Bradley dinner, El Paso, Texas, October 8, 1988
Houston, Texas, October 13, 1988
Fundraiser, Sacramento, California, October 14, 1988
Soulard Market, St. Louis, Missouri, October 15, 1988
San Jose, California, October 18, 1988
Bentsen's handwritten notecards for various speeches in October 1988
Miscellaneous speeches, November 1988
Airport rally, Austin, Texas, November 8, 1988
Vice-presidential concession speech, Austin, Texas, November 8, 1988
Senate victory, Austin, Texas, November 8, 1988
Tax Executives Institute, Maui, Hawaii, November 17, 1988
Gridiron Dinner, Washington, DC, December 3, 1988
Comments for Tim Furlong, January 24, 1989
Alfalfa Club remarks, Washington, DC, January 28, 1989
Senate Youth Program, Washington, DC, February 3, 1989
National Commission on Children, February 6, 1989
United Auto Workers, Washington, DC, February 7, 1989
Remarks honoring Don Newquist, U.S. International Trade Commission, February 8, 1989
Democratic response to George Bush State of the Union Address, February 9, 1989
Campaign reunion toast, February 24, 1989
Press conference remarks, Washington, DC, February 27, 1989
Association for Advanced Life Underwriters, March 7, 1989
Chemical Manufacturers of America, March 7, 1989
Mid-Continental Oil and Gas Association, Washington, DC, March 7, 1989
Democratic Leadership Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 10, 1989
Independent Insurance Agents of America, March 14, 1989
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95-005/25 (05170085)Business-Government Relations Council, March 15, 1989
European business leaders dinner (sponsored by American Express), March 27, 1989
Press conference statement on "Europe -'92," April 6, 1989
Dallas Assembly Spring Seminar welcome, April 6, 1989
AFL-CIO COPE Banquet, Austin, Texas, April 28, 1989
Law Day Luncheon, Houston Young Lawyers Association, Houston, Texas, May 1, 1989
Naturalization ceremony, Houston Bar Association, Houston, Texas, May 1, 1989
National Endowment for Democracy, May 2, 1989
Foreign Policy Association of New York, May 23, 1989
Texas State Senate Banquet [empty], June 9, 1989
Women's National Democratic Club, June 22, 1989
San Francisco World Affairs Council, July 6, 1989
Junior Statesman Foundation Dinner, July 26, 1989
National Legislative Conference, United Steelworkers of America, August 1, 1989
Congressman Dennis Eckart fundraiser, September 8, 1989
American Bankers Association, Bankers Leadership Conference, Washington, DC, September 14, 1989
Sons of the American Revolution, Houston, Texas, September 16, 1989
National Restaurant Association, September 19, 1989
International Forum breakfast, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, September 21, 1989
Baylor University Chapel Forum, Waco, Texas, September 25, 1989
Dallas Press Club Roast of Governor Bill Clements, September 28, 1989
Southern Methodist University Law School, Dallas, Texas, October 10, 1989
Democratic Business Council, Washington, DC, October 24, 1989
Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Iowa Democratic Party, Ames, Iowa, October 28, 1989
U.S. Perspectives Conference, American Stock Exchange, Washington, DC, October 31, 1989
Democratic National Convention Site Selection Committee, November 9, 1989
M.D. Anderson Public Issues Forum, Houston, Texas, November 27, 1989
Texas Space Grant Consortium [empty], November 28, 1989
Greater Houston Partnership, 1990 Outlook Conference, Houston, Texas, November 28, 1989
Tax Foundation Dinner, New York City, New York, November 29, 1989
University of Texas Commencement, Austin, Texas, December 10, 1989
California Democratic Party dinner, San Francisco, California, December 13, 1989
American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, February 15, 1990
Texas Classroom Teachers Association, Dallas, Texas, February 24, 1990
Galveston Bay National Estuary ceremony, Galveston, Texas, February 24, 1990
Congressman William Gray III fundraiser, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 27, 1990
General Electric Managers, Washington, DC, March 1, 1990
DSCC Luncheon, Atlanta, Georgia, March 2, 1990
San Diego County Taxpayers Association, San Diego, California, March 12, 1990
Southwestern University, Dallas, Texas, March 16, 1990
Government Procurement Conference, San Antonio, Texas, March 16, 1990
Democratic Leadership Council annual conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 23, 1990
Salute to Corpus Christi Industry, Corpus Christi, Texas, April 17, 1990
National Association of Realtors, Washington, DC, April 25, 1990
Business Roundtable, New York City, New York, May 1, 1990
Urban Land Institute, Dallas, Texas, May 4, 1990
University of Texas School of Nursing Commencement, Austin, Texas, May 5, 1990
Young President's Organization, Washington, DC, May 8, 1990
Public Employee Retirement Systems national conference, Orlando, Florida [teleconferenced from Washington, DC], May 14, 1990
West Texas Democrats, Abilene, Texas, May 25, 1990
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95-005/26 (04772005)News conference, "Aid for Trade" legislation, May 29, 1990
Bentsen Award Presentation, Kelsey-Seybold Foundation, to Dr. Merle McPherson, May 29, 1990
Ann Richards fundraiser, June 1990
Lan and Adele Bentsen wedding toast, June 2, 1990
Baylor College of Medicine graduation, Waco, Texas, June 4, 1990
Dallas Chamber of Commerce, Dallas, Texas, June 4, 1990
Economic Strategy Institute inaugural event, June 5, 1990
Texas Democratic Convention, Fort Worth, Texas, June 8, 1990
Texas Municipal League, Lubbock, Texas, June 30, 1990
First speech [to Senate?], re: deficit, July 22, 1990
Center for National Policy award, Washington, DC, October 2, 1990
American Jewish Congress, Torch of Conscience, Dallas, Texas, October 7, 1990
Texas IAF Network [not given], October 28, 1990
Texas campaign swing remarks, October 28-November 1, 1990
Toast for Brussels, November 6, 1990
Uruguay Round, Geneva, Switzerland, November 7, 1990
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Austin, Texas, November 29, 1990
Support for U.S. troops in Kuwait, January 11, 1991
Houston Business and Professional Men's Club, Houston, Texas, January 19, 1991
Alfalfa Club Dinner [cancelled], January 26, 1991
American Hospital Association, January 28, 1991
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health speech corrections, February 4, 1991
Democratic Leadership Council, Dallas, Texas, February 25, 1991
Pacific Basin Economic Council, Washington, DC, February 26, 1991
Business Council, Washington, DC, February 28, 1991
Kathryn Kahler toast, February 1991
Economic Club of Washington, Washington, DC, March 7, 1991
Associated Press managing editors, San Antonio, Texas, March 8, 1991
Midland Petroleum Club, Midland, Texas, April 4, 1991
Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner, Detroit, Michigan, April 6, 1991
Committee of Fifty, Austin, Texas [empty] April 13, 1991
Temple rally [not used], April 14, 1991
Boy Scout Award, Washington, DC, April 17, 1991
Civil Rights, Senate, April 25, 1991
North Texas Oil and Gas Association [cancelled], April 25, 1991
Groundbreaking at Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, April 28, 1991
Texas stump speech, April-May 1991
PanTex Task Force luncheon, Amarillo, Texas, May 2, 1991
Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, May 5, 1991
Border Trade Alliance [not given as written], May 7, 1991
Florida Democratic Party, Jefferson-Jackson dinner, Tallahassee, Florida, May 11, 1991
Computer and Communications Industry Association, Washington, DC, May 15, 1991
Oklahoma Democratic Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, May 18, 1991
Houston Democratic Forum, Johnson-Rayburn Dinner, Houston, Texas, June 8, 1991
National Commission on Children, June 24, 1991
Salute to Texas troops, Austin, Texas, June 30, 1991
American Enterprise Institute, July 9, 1991
Recommendation of Robert Strauss as US Ambassador to USSR, July 16, 1991
Magazine Publishers of America, Washington, DC, July 16, 1991
AFL-CIO rally, re: unemployment, July 24, 1991
DNC Business Council, Pebble Beach, California, August 3, 1991
Kellogg Foundation, Washington, DC, September 12, 1991
Speeches, San Diego, California and New York City, New York, September 1991
Cooper Lake dedication, Cooper Lake, Texas, September 28, 1991
Texas Democratic County Chairs Association, Austin, Texas, September 29, 1991
James Lane Air Conditioning, Wichita Falls, Texas, [empty; written on folder is "Bill Clinton (512) 478-8746"] September 30, 1991
Air Force Association and Mexican American Democrats speeches, Removed from above folder, now empty. [no date].
Fundraiser remarks, October 1991
Angelina County Chamber of Commerce, Diboll, Texas, October 4, 1991
Ed Cox birthday remarks, October 18, 1991
Mortgage Bankers Association, Dallas, Texas, October 21, 1991
Border Trade Alliance, Washington, DC, October 29, 1991
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, November 13, 1991
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95-005/27 (05170074)Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, Texas, November 8, 1991
Goldman, Sachs, New York City, New York, November 22, 1991
Fruit of the Loom plant dedication, Harlingen, Texas, December 2, 1991
Brownsville Chamber of Commerce, Brownsville, Texas, December 2, 1991
Winter Gridiron dinner, Washington, DC, December 7, 1991
Harmony House, Abilene, Texas, December 9, 1991
Chamber of Commerce, Brownwood [McAllen?], Texas, December 10, 1991
Richmond / Rosenberg Chamber of Commerce, [text same as above] December 10, 1991
South Texas College of Law commencement, Houston, Texas, December 17, 1991
Alfalfa Club, January 25, 1992
Bay City Chamber of Commerce, Bay City, Texas, January 20, 1992
YPO, Houston, Texas, January 20, 1992
Business roundtable, International Trade and Investment Task Force, February 6, 1992
Texas Medical Association, Austin, Texas, February 29, 1992
Association for Advanced Life Underwriters, March 2, 1992
Texas Exes' Independence Day Celebration, Washington, DC, March 2, 1992
National Press Club, Washington, DC, March 4, 1992
National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions, March 6, 1992
Birthday toast for L. F. "MC" McCollum, Houston, Texas, March 20, 1992
Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association, March 26, 1992
ICESA, Washington, DC, March 27, 1992
Child Welfare League of America, April 2, 1992
Texas A & M Institute of Biosciences and Technology, Houston, Texas, April 3, 1992
Democratic National Council Southern Caucus, Austin, Texas, April 4, 1992
University of Texas Law Alumni reunion, Austin, Texas, April 4, 1992
Tritech Regional Council, Houston, Texas, April 6, 1992
Presentation of Patriot Award to Senator Bob Dole, Washington, DC, April 8, 1992
North Texas Oil and Gas Association, Wichita Falls, Texas, April 22, 1992
US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC, April 30, 1992
Federal Government Procurement Conference, San Antonio, Texas, May 8, 1992
Mission Chamber of Commerce, Mission, Texas, May 9, 1992
Texas Democratic Convention, Houston, Texas, June 5, 1992
Highway Interchange groundbreaking, Pharr, Texas, June 13, 1992
Highway naming ceremony, Laredo, Texas, June 15, 1992
Sarpalius fundraisers, June 15, 1992
Highway naming ceremony, Victoria version, Victoria, Texas, June 15, 1992
Center for the Study of the Presidency, Washington, DC, June 25, 1992
Texas Delegates to Democratic National Convention, July 15, 1992
National Association of Manufacturing breakfast, July 22, 1992
DSCC Kick-off Reception, Washington, DC, August 4, 1992
Bob Kerry fundraiser, August 11, 1992
Bill Clinton fundraiser, August 16, 1992
Clinton / Gore stump speech, August 27, 1992
Diane Feinstein / DSCC Buffet at Lynn Wasserman home, Los Angeles, California, August 27, 1992
Y Group of Washington, September 10, 1992
Air Force Association, Texas Delegation, September 15, 1992
Mary Margaret Valenti toast, September 17, 1992
Democratic Women luncheon, Raleigh, North Carolina, September 19, 1992
Take Back the Night March, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 10, 1992
Tom Daschle fundraiser, Dr. & Mrs. Lloyd Solberg home, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 10, 1992
Daschle Democratic steak fry, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 10, 1992
Daschle friends and supporters luncheon, Aberdeen, South Dakota, October 10, 1992
Albert Bustamante campaign appearance, October 19, 1992
Charlie Wilson luncheon, Houston, Texas, October 20, 1992
Rally in the Valley, October 24, 1992
Democratic Party rally, El Paso, Texas, October 27, 1992
Texas City trip, Business Leaders' Breakfast, October 20, 1992
Brazosport reception, Port of Freeport, Texas, October 20, 1992
Mike Andrews campaign breakfast, Pasadena, Texas, October 20, 1992
Eddie Bernice Johnson campaign appearance, Dallas, Texas, October 21, 1992
Coffee with supporters and business leaders, Marshall, Texas, October 21, 1992
Lunch with supporters and Democratic office holders, Texarkana, Texas, October 21, 1992
Texas Farm Bureau, Waco, Texas, October 22, 1992
University of Houston, Clear Lake, Alumni breakfast, Houston, Texas, October 23, 1992
Luncheon with supporters, Midland-Odessa, Texas, October 26, 1992
Lubbock business leaders breakfast, Lubbock, Texas, October 27, 1992
Annette Strauss testimonial, Torch of Conscience dinner, Dallas, Texas, October 29, 1992
Mexican-American Bar Association, Dallas, Texas, October 29, 1992
Los Caminos del Rio Heritage Project, Roma, Texas, October 30, 1992
Tax Executives Institute annual conference, San Diego, California, November 10, 1992
YMCA Greater Houston annual meeting, Houston, Texas, November 23, 1992
Texas State Democratic Executive Committee breakfast, Austin, Texas, December 5, 1992
Chamber of Commerce breakfast, Austin, Texas, December 16, 1992
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329-93-38/32 (01064654)Robert A. Lehrman Files:
Speech on ethics, July 1989
Democratic Leadership Council drafts, March 1989
Independent Insurance Agents of America drafts, March 14, 1989
Junior Statesmen Foundation, July 1989
Speech material for Senator Bentsen, March 15, 1989
Speech calendar, long range schedule, February-July 1989
Enserch Corporation, business-government relations, March 1989
Toasts, March 1989
Chemical Manufacturers of America, March 1989
Association for Advanced Life Underwriters, March 6-7, 1989
Statement to the Senate regarding John Tower, January-March 1989
Basic speech, June 5, 1989
Press conference announcing European Community hearings, April 1989
Ann Richards congratulatory letter, March-April 1989
Henry Catto, April 10-12, 1989
Notes for New York Times budget op-ed (aborted), undated
Texas AFL-CIO COPE banquet, April 1989
Law Day, special to the Commercial Recorder, Fort Worth, May 1, 1989
Remarks at the Houston Bar Association naturalization ceremony, 1986, April-May 1989
Gordon Kerr notes, undated
Law Day speech May 1, 1989, 1979 (1984-1989)
Op-ed for New York Times, budget agreement, April 1989
National Endowment for Democracy speech May 2, 1989, 1987-1989
Memo to Senator Bentsen regarding House Democratic budget group appearance, July 10, 1989
Foreign Policy Association, February-May 1989
European Community 1992, 1986-1989
Floor statement July 1989, May-July 1989
United Steelworkers of America National Legislative Conference August 1, 1989, July-August 1989
Children, notes, 1988
Child health care speech drafts, July 21, 1989
Rural health care, October 1988-January 1989
Remarks at the Texas State Senate banquet, June 1989
Remarks to the Woman's National Democratic Club, June 1989
Rockefeller briefing talking points, June 1989
Remarks on Senate floor about social security issues, June 1989
Remarks on Senate floor about compromise, child care/child health June 20, 1989, March-June 1989
Remarks on Senate floor about child care/child health tax credit extension, June 1989
Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act letter, March-April 1989
ERA letter, 1984, February-March 1989
Rural health care, July 1989
University of Texas Fall 1989 Commencement, October 1989
Social security issue, op-ed, May-November 1989
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329-93-38/33 (01063753)Remarks to the California Democratic Party in San Francisco, notes and drafts December 13, 1989, November-December 1989
Tax Foundation, notes and drafts November 29, 1989, June-November 1989
Houston Outlook, notes, drafts and research, October-November 1989
George Tyler memos, November-December 1989
Memo from Senator Bentsen to Bob Lehrman, June 15, 1989
1989 Senator Bentsen speech approvals, October-December 1989
Statement and notes by Senator Bentsen for Health Progress December 1989, October-December 1989
M.D. Anderson Public Issues Forum November 1989, August-November 1989
Remarks on the Senate floor on catastrophic repeal, November 19, 1989
Texas Space Grant Consortium November 28, 1989, May-November 1989
Remarks on the Senate floor on Budget Reconciliation Act, November 21, 1989
Reconciliation Bill, October 1989
Remarks on the Senate floor on capital gains, material and drafts October 12, 1989, September-October 1989
Dallas Assembly Seminar April 6, 1989, March-April 1989
Remarks to the Iowa Democratic Party, October 28, 1989
Remarks on the Senate floor on introduction to Reconciliation Bill, October 6, 1989
Anecdotes from Senator Bentsen, July 18, 1989
Remarks on the Senate floor on Senator Bentsen Medicaid/social security, June 13, 1989
Senator Bentsen, old trade speech to National Association of Manufacturers, November 14, 1985
American Society for Dermatologic Surgeons February 15, 1990, October 1989-February 1990
Fannie Mae, op-ed, July 1988
Atwater floor statement, June 8, 1989
Child care/child health, June 2, 1989
University of Texas Commencement research, undated
Texas economy, September-December 1989
Greater Houston Partnership November 28, 1989, November 1989
Remarks on Moynihan social security proposal, January 21, 1990
China and the Chinese students, January 1990
Democratic Leadership Council March 23, 1990, March 1990
Government Procurement Conference, March 16, 1990
Texas Classroom Teachers Association, February 24, 1990
McCombs, Southwestern University, March 16, 1990
George Tyler memos, March-April 1990
U.S. Chamber of Commerce on America's infrastructure, April 11, 1990
Kyle, miscellaneous Trade Bill, April 18, 1990
Robert Lehrman resume, undated
Salute to Corpus Christi industry April 17, 1990, April 1990
Statement for use at Summit Meeting, deficit, undated
National Association of Realtors May 1, 1990, April-May 1990
Y-Group appearance April 4, 1990, March-April 1990
Speech material, notes and press clippings, 1990
Oklahoma Seminar, April 27, 1990
Urban Land Institute May 4, 1990, March-May 1990
University of Texas Nursing Commencement May 5, 1990, April-May 1990
C.R. Smith, notes, undated
Remarks by Senator Boren, East Europe aid, April 1990
Transcript, "Meet the Press," Lloyd Bentsen and Richard Darman, April 12, 1987
Press listings, 1983
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93-138/363 (01065646)Television and Radio Files:
Television files:
TV scripts, 1971-1974; 1981-1982; 1985-1989
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93-138/362 (00376287)Transcripts and correspondence:
"The Today Show" (NBC), November 20, 1973
"The Today Show" (NBC), January 21, 1974
Executives' Club News [Chicago, Illinois], March 8, 1974
"Meet the Press" (NBC), October 13, 1974
"Meet the Press" (NBC), July 29, 1984
"This Week with David Brinkley" (ABC), September 8, 1985
"Newsmaker Saturday" (CNN), September 21, 1985
"Face the Nation" (CBS), September 22, 1985
"This Week with David Brinkley," October 26, 1986
"Newsmaker Saturday" (CNN), January 17, 1987
"Meet the Press" (NBC), April 12, 1987
"Newsmaker Saturday" (CNN), May 2, 1987
"Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser" (PBS), May 15, 1987
"Meet the Press" (NBC), January 29, 1989
"Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser" (PBS), March 10, 1989
"Today" (NBC), September 14, 1989
"Face the Nation" (CBS), September 17, 1989
"Moneyline" (CNN), September 19, 1989
"MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour" (PBS), September 19, 1989
US Chamber of Commerce International Forum Breakfast, September 21, 1989
"Evans and Novak" (CNN), September 23, 1989
"This Week with David Brinkley" (ABC), October 15, 1989
"John McLaughlin's One on One" (PBS?), December 3, 1989
Unidentified transcript, February 7, 1990
"Meet the Press" (NBC), [with Governors James R. Thompson (IL) and Bill Clinton (AR)] February 25, 1990
"Evans and Novak" (CNN), May 19, 1990
Senator Jay Rockefeller (WV) campaign spot, May 21, 1990
"For the People," HSN Broadcasting, Irving, TX [June 6, 1990]
"Evans and Novak" (CNN), August 4, 1990
Letter from Joyce Gay of the "Joyce Gay Report" (PBS), October 5, 1990
"This Week with David Brinkley" (ABC), October 14, 1990
"Newsmaker Sunday" (CNN), October 28, 1990
"C-SPAN," November 14, 1990
"World News Tonight" (ABC), November 28, 1990
"Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser" (PBS), February 22, 1991
Tribute to Morris Atlas, Border Citizen of the Year, February 22, 1991
"NBC News" (NBC), February 25, 1991
Remarks by President to Joint Session of Congress, March 6, 1991
Interview by Harry Smith, CBS, March 13, 1991
"Morning Edition," National Public Radio (NPR), March 13, 1991
"Newsmaker Sunday" (CNN), March 17, 1991
Cactus Pryor commentary on LMB, KLBJ-AM, March 1991
Press conference with Senator Carl Levin, April 5, 1991
Research for "Face the Nation" interview, Steve Ward to LMB, October 18, 1991
"Evans and Novak" (CNN), October 26, 1991
"Meet the Press" (NBC), December 8, 1991
Interview with David Lawsky of Reuters, January 13, 1992
Secretary Brady, Senate Finance Committee, February 12, 1992
Remarks following Senate Democratic Caucus, February 20, 1992
Comments on tax bill, February 26, 1992
"Meet the Press" (NBC), March 1, 1992
Press question and answer following Democratic Caucus, June 9, 1992
Senate Finance Committee markup, with Senator Bradley, June 16, 1992
Press question and answer on SSC funding, June 24, 1992
The Alert Texan, [June? 1992]
"The Nightly Business Report: Keeping America #1" (PBS), June 25, 1992
Senate Finance Committee hearing on China MFN policy: discussion of F-16 sales to Taiwan between Chairman Bentsen and Arnold Kantor, Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, July 30, 1992
Proposed question and answer on NAFTA hearings, August 12, 1992
Comments following meeting with Senate Finance Committee members, September 17, 1992
Proposed drug testing for members of Congress, October 1, 1992
Response to questions from Hospitals Magazine for issue for January 20, 1993
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329-87-259/14 (00376607)Transcripts of T. V. appearances, 1974
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329-93-38/2 (00154718)Teleprompter transcripts, 1985-1988
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329-87-259/4 (01843967)"Meet the Press" [NBC television] transcripts, July 29, 1984
Spanish television statements, 1976
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329-87-259/8 (00376980)Television filming, 1971-1979
Television scripts, 1975-1976, 1980
Spanish television scripts and translations, 1973-1975
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329-87-259/6 (01842669)Television scripts, 1973-1974
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329-90-181/36 (01971027)Press conference, October 1, 1987
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329-87-259/10 (00378001)Radio files:
Radio scripts, 1971
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329-93-38/29 (01063651)Radio commentaries, 1985-1987
Weekly radio feeds, Spanish and Black, 1980
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329-93-38/33 (01063753)Black radio feed, 1981-1982
Weekly radio feed, 1983-1985
Radio, television, newspaper polls, 1979-1981, 1984-1985
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99-175/1 (07495070)Motion picture film and videotape:
KPRC-TV, Houston, Texas (2-inch videotape on 6.5 inch reel unless noted):
Issue spots, 60 and 30 seconds, on Busing, War, Major Issue, and Violence, March 28, 1970
Extent (8 inch reel)
"Bandwagon #1," 29 minutes, April 7, 1970
Extent (12.5 inch reel)
"Farm" [?], 4 minutes, 30 seconds, May 15, 1970
"Houston Dinner," 4 minutes, 30 seconds, September 18, 1970
"Lloyd Bentsen/Pol.," approximately 5 minutes, October 5, 1970
"Lloyd Bentsen," 4 minutes, 30 seconds, air date October 11, 1970,October 15, 1970
"Lloyd Bentsen 30 minute documentary," October 11, 1970
Extent (12.5 inch reel)
"Senator Bentson [sic], Nat'l campaign," April 19, 1974
Spot with Congressman Kika de la Garza, 25 seconds, ca. 1975
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/13 (00880593)Videotapes and motion picture reels:
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/13 (00880593)Summation of first 8 months in Washington, (videotape reel) August, 1971
Foreign aid bill, (videotape reel) November 9, 1971
Campaign financing, (videotape reel) November 18, 1971
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/12 (00880844)Phase II economic program, (videotape reel) November 24, 1971
Pollution special for Houston, (videotape reel) November 24, 1971
Aging, (videotape reel) December 1, 1971
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/10 (00096291)Exclusionary rule, (videotape reel) October 6, [1971]
Phase II of economic program, October 14, 1971
Bumper bill, (videotape reel) October 23, 1971
Election reform, (videotape reel) October 30, 1971
Consumer Protection bill, (videotape reel) November 9. 1971
Response to debt ceiling, (videotape reel) March 1, 1972
Aging, (videotape reel) June 15, 1972
Various topics, 1972 and 1974
Extent (16 millimeter film)
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/14a (06020667)Middle East after 17-day trip, (videotape reel) January 19, 1972
Draft lottery, (videotape reel) February 9, 1972
Nixon's China trip, (videotape reel) February 16, 1972
Debt ceiling, (videotape reel) March 1, 1972
Bentsen [Presidential?] announcement originals, (videotape reel) undated [1975?]
"Harness the Sun," (videocassette) undated
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/8 (00880618)Foreign aid bill, (videotape reel) November 9, 1971
Middle East trip, (videotape reel) January 19, 1972
Agriculture radio tapes, #s 1-37, (videotape reel) 1974
Various topics, tapes 1-78, (videotape reel) 1974
"K1K2," (videotape reel) October 3, 1974
[Bob?] Krueger, (videotape reel) October 3, 1974
Rockefeller, (videotape reel) December 20, 1974
Various topics, (videotape reel) 1975
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/11 (00880797)Reapportionment case, (videotape reel) January 26, 1972
Democratic party reforms, (videotape reel) February 2, 1972
Nixon's trip to China, (videotape reel) February 16, 1972
Special tape for Sun Oil Company Aid, (videocassette) 1976
Presidential Oklahoma Caucus, (videocassette) 1976
Various topics, 1972
Extent (16 millimeter films)
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3V24216 mm film in English and Spanish [topics noted on some], 1974-1975

Extent 40 reels
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3V243
Extent 66 reels
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3V228
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/17 (00096269)Two-inch videotape reels, 1976
Extent (5 reels)
CBS's and Bill Moyer's "One River, One Country: The U.S. Mexico Border"
Extent (2 VHS cassettes)
3/4-inch videotapes, undated
Extent (2 tapes)
8mm color film, undated
Extent (3 reels)
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329-87-259/7 (00378191)"Tax savings isn't in American interest," undated
Extent (2-inch reel-to-reel)
Mark White tape, undated
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Presidential announcement and Face the Nation, February 1975
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
University of Texas Distinguished Alumni, October 1980
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Unidentified tapes, undated
Extent (2 2-inch reel-to-reel tapes)
Interview with Cliff Evans, 1972
Extent (2 2-inch reel-to-reel tapes)
National debt ceiling, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
State Democratic Executive Committee, convention delegates fight over rules, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
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329-87-259/17 (00378045)Redistricting, January 26, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Comments on President Nixon's trip to China, February, 16, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Clifford Evans interviews Senator Bentsen, September 28, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Middle East trip, January 19, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Subcommittee on Selective Service, Senator Bentsen, Chairman, February 9, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Democratic telethon, 1974
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
Busing, February 23, 1972
Extent (2-inch reel-to reel)
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93-138/334 (00379387)"Meet the Press," March 2, 1980
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
"Channel 8" [ABC-Dallas] spot on Staubach's refusal to run against Bentsen, March 25, 1981
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
"Channel 8" [ABC-Dallas] 6pm News; NBC Network News, undated [1981?]
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
"Lloyd Bentsen," issue spot (?), (VHS cassette) March 2, 1982
Eight short issue spots (total length 10:30), March 10, 1982
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
KAMC-TV, Lubbock, Texas, reports on LMB's visit to South Plains, April 8, 1982
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
Reenactment of Bentsen's third Senate term swearing-in, by Vice President George Bush, January 1983
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
Democratic response to the State of the Union address, off-air recording (30 minutes), (VHS cassette) January 25, 1984
Vice-Presidential candidates on "Nightline," ABC, and "NBC News," June 14, 1984;June 21, 1984
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
"Today Show," NBC, 10-minute segment, June 28, 1984
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
Senator Bentsen with President Reagan, [October 1986]
Extent (3/4″ U-matic videocassette)
"Every Monday Morning," Kiplinger, 17:32, (VHS cassette) undated
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329-93-38/12 (01065330)Adam Smith, show on trade, April 16, 1986
Senator Gramm, TV promotion, WFAA-TV, Dallas, June 2, 1986
Tax reform, June 11, 1986
Texas Democratic Party Convention speech, Austin, June 28, 1986
Senator Bentsen and Congressman Jack Brooks, Lamar University, Center for Hazardous Waste Management Resources, Beaumont, August 1, 1986
Edgar for U.S. Senate, September 1986
Comments by Senator Bentsen concerning summit meeting between Reagan and Gorbachev in Iceland, October 1986
Lloyd Unsell tribute, Independent Petroleum Association of American, October 1986
Questions and answers, Finance Committee, 100th Congress, October 15, 1986
Bentsen interview, recorded for use after 1986 elections, October 15, 1986
Extent (2 tapes)
Senator Bentsen and Congressman William Thomas, "Tax reform and the building industry: When the dust settles," NAHB/HBI videoconference, November 21, 1986
Extent (3 tapes)
Press conference, Ottawa, Canada, December 10, 1986
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LMB1 (05634572)Tax reform debate, June 4, 1986
Trade adjustment assistance to oil field workers, June 6, 1986
IRA debate, June 11, 1986
Oil debate, June 12, 1986
Tax reform debate, June 17, 1986
Mexico and exchanges with other Senators, June 19, 1986
Tax reform, June 23, 1986
Oil/gas workers unemployment benefits, June 26, 1986
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329-93-38/5 (01065668)Windfall profits tax debate, July 31, 1986
Homeport issue debate, August 6, 1986
Trade policy speech, August 7, 1986
Contra aid debate, August 12, 1986
Trade, August 14, 1986
OPEC, September 10, 1986
Terrorism, September 18, 1986
55 mph, September 23-September 24, 1986
Tax reform, "Entrepreneur," etc., September 27, 1986
Amend 3039 speech, Authorization Procure Voice Radios-DEA, September 27, 1986
Nuclear waste site, and Superfund, October 1, 1986October 3, 1986
EPIC and the drug fight debate, October 8, 1986
Finance Chairmanship, Texas interview, October 15, 1986
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329-93-38/13 (01065497)Mark White for Governor, selected spots, October 28, 1986
Editorial comment by David Merrill, News Director, KGBT-TV, Harlingen, Texas, 1986
Debt ceiling, House Joint Resolution 324, September 23, 1987
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329-93-38/6 (01065351)Highway bill, Amendment No. 12, February 3, 1987
Omnibus Trade Bill of 1987, February 5, 1987
Space Grant College and Fellowship Act, March 17, 1987
Contra aid, March 18, 1987
Superconductor Super Collider, May 20, 1987
Extent (2 tapes)
Trade bill opening remarks, June 25, 1987
Extent (2 tapes)
S. 1240 Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act debate and Senate floor statements, June 25, 1987
Trade bill and Bork nomination, July 7 and October 2, 1987
Catastrophic illness, September 10, 1987
Debt ceiling, House Joint Resolution 324, September 23, 1987
Extent (2 tapes)
Judge Sessions confirmation, September 25, 1987
Bork floor speech, October 2, 1987
Marpol Amendment, October 13, 1987
S. 15846 amendment, Gulf of Mexico, Special Area, November 5, 1987
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329-93-38/10 (01062580)Texas Business Hall of Fame, 1987
NHK, Japan Broadcasting Corporation, US-Japan satellite debate, March 9, 1987
Channel 8/WFAA, plant closing debate, April 22, 1987
"Wall Street Week in Review," May 12, 1987
"Today's Business," June 1987
Town Hall Meeting, Austin Cablevision, Channel 15, July 19, 1987
Texas Savings and Loan League, 30 second TV spot, October 1987
Introduction to Catastrophic Health Bill, "This Week with David Brinkley," October 26, 1987
BIPAC, November 1987
"McLaughlin Group, One on One with Senator Bentsen," November 20, 1987
Weekend news shows: "McLaughlin Group, One on One with Senator Bentsen,""Meet the Press" with Senator Wright, "This Week with David Brinkley" with Chief of Staff Baker, November 22, 1987
Senator Bentsen, February 9, 1989
"CBS Morning News," Democratic response, and "NBC Today Show," February 9, 1989February 10, 1989
Bentsen speech before Democratic Leadership Council, March 10, 1989
Knight-Ridder lunch (C-Span), March 16, 1989
Bentsen dub of floor speech, debate on H.R. 2 veto April 1, 1987
Amendment No. 1122 to S. 1582, Poland and Hungary Assistance Bill statement, November 13, 1989
Capital gains debate, November 14, 1989
Reconciliation process statement, items struck and capital gains, November 14, 1989
Capital gains debate, November 15, 1989
Catastrophic statement, November 21, 1989
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95-029/1 (05228560)Bentsen cut spot "Health Care," undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
CR #1 ECN original, October 7, 1988
Extent (35 millimeter)
Testimonies, R1-2, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Testimonies, R 3-5, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Nurse, stand-ups, R-8, R-7, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Testimonies, pulls and trims, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
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95-029/2 (05228550)Bentsen syncs, pix and track, undated
Extent (16 millimeter)
Hospital coverage footage, R6-7, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
CVT spots "Bus to Olney," and "Catastrophic," undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Community center, interview "A," constituents discussing health care, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Bus station, sync coverage, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Stand-ups, R1, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Bus travelling coverage, interior, countryside, town (MOS), undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
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95-029/4 (05228582)Washington shoot, "Deconcini," CR# 1-7, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Bentsen, ECN original, CR# 1-7, May 9, 1988
Extent (5/8 inch)
Bentsen, ECN, CR# 1-2, October 22, 1988
Extent (35 millimeter)
Health care, ECN original, undated
Extent (16 millimeter)
Bentsen, ECN, CR# 3-4, October 22, 1988
Extent (35 millimeter)
Bentsen, CR# 1-7, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
L. Bentsen, CR# 6-9, ECN original, October 10, 1988
Extent (5/8 inch)
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95-029/5 (05228607)Bentsen for Senate, CR# 1-4, April 28, 1988
Extent (35 millimeter)
Bentsen, ECN original, CR# 1-5, October 7, 1988
Extent (5/8 inch)
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95-029/6 (05228571)Bentsen, tails, August 8, 1988
Extent (35 millimeter)
Miscellaneous Bentsen trims, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Bentsen Senate, SR# 1-2, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Bentsen, roll #1 and part roll #2, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Bentsen, end of roll #2 and all of roll #3, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
Stand up testimonials, cut spots, undated
Extent (5/8 inch)
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329-93-38/11 (01065522)Senator Bentsen appearing in Corpus Christi (bad lip sync), 1988
Boulter commercial, 1988
Texas Business Hall of Fame, 1987 inductees, April 1988
Insurance group, help with speeches, undated
Extent (2 tapes)
Battle for Peach, CNN series, arms control, etc., January 1988
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329-93-38/12 (01065330)PBS "Lone Star" series, plus Liz Carpenter, Good Ol' Boys, January 1988
Satellite feed to Odessa, Corpus Christi regarding oil, Homeport, campaign, February 18, 1988
Boulter-Gilbreath debate, April 8, 1988
Extent (and 2 audio tapes)
"Meet the Press," April 24, 1988
Congressional Profiles series on CNN, May 2, 1988
Beau Boulter, press conference, June 7, 1988
Miscellaneous tape, "David Brinkley Show," trade talk to override veto and catastrophic bill from conference, votes on trade bill and catastrophic bill, and welfare reform, October 23, 1986,June 7, 1988,June 8, 1988,June 16, 1988
Bentsen for Senate: Trip to Olney and catastrophic care, August 12, 1988
Bentsen for Senate: Catastrophic care message, August 18, 1988
Bentsen for Senate: Message, trip to Olney and catastrophic care, August 18, 1988
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329-93-38/7 (01064348)Contra aid, February 4, 1988
Resignation of Secretary of Navy James Webb, February 23, 1988
Capital gains indexing, Weicker Amendment, WIN Program, sanctions/Mexico, April 14, 1988
Consideration of conference report, H.R. 3, Trade bill, April 22, 1988
Consideration of conference report, H.R. 3, Trade bill, April 25, 1988
Extent (2 tapes)
Trade, Section 808, May 12, 1988
Catastrophic Health and Trade Bill veto override speech, June 8, 1988
Welfare reform speech, June 13, 1988
Senator Bentsen swearing-in ceremony, January 3, 1989
China and Chinese students statement, January 24, 1989
Tower nomination speech, March 8, 1989
Extent (2 tapes)
Minimum Wage Restoration Act, April 4, 1989
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329-93-38/8 (01065500)S. 760, Bipartisan accord on Central America, March 24, 1989
Inadequacy of budget, debate with Symms, May 3-May 4, 1989
Japan and FSX speech, May 16, 1989
Biden No. 123 speech, to amend Internal Revenue Code of 1986, June 1, 1989
Section '89 and Catastrophic speech (McCain Amendment), and Catastrophic Health speech (Mitchell/Dole/Bentsen/Packwood Amendment), June 6, 1989June 7, 1989
H.R. 1722, Natural Gas Wellhead Decontrol Act speech, June 8, 1989
Child health care tax credit extension speech, June 16, 1989
Child health care compromise, June 20, 1989
Dole Amendment to Mitchell Substitute Amendment to S. 5, Act for Better Child Care, June 21, 1989
Dole Amendment to Mitchell Substitute Amendment to S. 5, Act for Better Child Care, June 22, 1989
Amendment to ABC Child Care (Accommodation with Roth Plan), June 22, 1989
S. 5, ABC Child Care, June 23, 1989
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329-93-38/9 (01064304)Shelby-Helms Amendment on the census, prevention of Congressional reapportionment distortions, July 13, 1989
Rural health care, July 18, 1989
Most Favored Nation status for Soviet Union, July 20, 1989
Medicare catastrophic coverage speech, July 27, 1989
Extent (2 tapes)
Support for V-22 Osprey statement (Glenn Amendment No. 580) and S. 1264, troop withdrawal from South Korea statement, August 2, 1989
Debate over wetlands with Senator Johnston, August 3, 1989
Hatch Amendment, Americans with Disabilities Act statement, September 7, 1989
Tribute to Mickey Leland, announcement of legislation to name building in his honor, September 20, 1989
Bentsen/McCain debate regarding McCain Amendment to Defense Appropriations Bill, elimination of surtax, September 28, 1989
Medicare statement, Amendment 992 to Reconciliation Bill, October 12, 1989
SLIAG, Federal reimbursement to states for social services rendered to immigrants, H.R. 2990, October 19, 1989
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329-93-38/11 (01065522)Brussels, March 22, 1989
Capitol Steps Show, September 13, 1989
PSA for Earth Day 1990, September 13, 1989
Appearance on "Face the Nation," and speech at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Democratic Party, Ames, Iowa, September 19, 1989October 28, 1989
Jefferson-Jackson Day, Ames, Iowa, October 1989
"MacNeil/Lehrer," Senators Bentsen and Packwood on capital gains, October 30, 1989
"John McLaughlin's One on One," December 1, 1989
A Day with Dan Rather, January 8, 1990
Speech by Senator Bentsen, February 8, 1990
DLC/New Orleans speech, March 23, 1990
Inside Debates: A Practical Guide, May 1990
Nab breast cancer PSA, May 1, 1990
FNN, May 7, 1990
CNN, Evans and Novak, May 19, 1990
Europe 1992: Time for Action, American Chamber of Commerce, United Kingdom and booklet
CNN, Monday-Friday segments, June 1, 1990
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329-93-38/13 (01065497)Floor statements
Extent (3/4 inch videotapes and VHS cassettes):
S. 1630 Clean Air Act debate, March 28, 1990
Products of Hungary, vacancies SS Board of Trustees and human organs, April 3, 1990
Chemical and Biological Weapons Control Act, April 17, 1990
Aid for Trade Act statement and Gore eulogizes silicon chip inventor, Robert Noyce, CA, May 5, 1990
Ed Cox prior to his induction into Texas Business Hall of Fame, July 26, 1990
Statement on unidentified subject, July 26, 1990
North-South Center for Study of Western Hemisphere Trade in Texas, July 27, 1990
Statement on unidentified subject, July 31, 1990
Oil imports statement, August 3, 1990
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329-93-38/14 (01065657)Floor coverage on unidentified subject, August 3, 1990
Budget resolution debate, October 17-18, 1990
Final legislative budget reduction statement, October 27, 1990
Statement on unidentified subject, January 11, 1991
Extent (2 tapes)
Kuwait War debate, January 11, 1991
Support of U.S. troops in Iraq statement, January 17, 1991
Floor coverage on unidentified subject, January 24, 1991
The credit crunch and real estate statement, February 5, 1991
National energy strategy, February 21, 1991
Morning business and IRA statement, March 12, 1991
Tower tribute statement, April 11, 1991
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329-93-38/15 (01065012)Trade Bill, H.R. 1594 statement, 1991
Extent (2 tapes)
Moynihan, Social Security and tax cut statement, April 24, 1991
Civil rights statement, April 25, 1991
Campaign finance reform statement, May 21, 1991
Budget resolution statement, May 22, 1991
Fast track-Mexico statement, May 23, 1991
Fast track debate, May 24, 1991
Highway Bill statement, June 12 and 18, 1991
Extent (2 tapes)
Defense, SSC statement, July 10, 1991
Space Station statement, July 17, 1991
China, Most Favored Nation Status statement, July 22, 1991
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329-93-38/16 (01065679)Tied-Aid statement, July 25, 1991
Unemployment compensation statement, July 25, 1991
Wright Amendment, Love Field/Airport, and Dallas statement, September 17, 1991
Unemployment benefits statement, September 20, 1991
Unemployment compensation statement, September 24, 1991
Unemployment compensation statement, September 27, 1991
Extent (2 tapes)
Unemployment compensation statement, October 1, 1991
Unemployment compensation veto statement, October 16, 1991
Gates nomination statement, November 4, 1991
EC statement, November 6, 1991
Unemployment Bill statement, November 14-15, 1991
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329-93-38/17 (01064257)Repeal of luxury tax statement, November 21, 1991
Customs rules statement, November 22, 1991
Dire Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bill, November 22, 1991
Medicaid statement, November 25, 1991
Soviet Union Most Favored Nation treatment statement, November 25, 1991
Medicaid statement, November 26, 1991
Unemployment insurance statement, November 26, 1991
Medicaid statement, November 27, 1991
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93-138/336 (00378996)Debate on Kuwait War, January 11, 1991
Floor statements, television appearances, press conferences
Extent (3/4 inch videotape and VHS cassettes):
Morris Atlas tribute, February 22, 1991
"NBC News", Andrea Mitchell, Gulf War and presidential campaign, February 25, 1991
Happy birthday tribute, February 28, 1991
"Today Show" segment regarding 1992 election, March 6, 1991
C-SPAN, International Trade Club of Washington, March 7, 1991
Press conference, Senators Bentsen and Roth, IRA, 74 Senators cosponsors, IRA designed to boost savings in America, March 12, 1991
"Good Morning America," news/IRA, March 13, 1991
"Adam Smith's Money World: Mexican Boom: Boom or Boondoggle for U.S.?," April 6, 1991
"Marketwrap," business report, CNBC-TV cable, April 6, 1991
Senator Bentsen newscast reports, April 6, 1991
Sematech press conference, Austin, Texas, May 6, 1991
Tribute to Marvin Zindler, June 6, 1991
"Nightline," Iran Contra, June 20, 1991
C-SPAN, American Profile, June 25, 1991
The Joyce Gay Report #525, "Eight Year Retrospective," PBS broadcast, August 22, 1991
"Good Morning America" commercial spot, August 29, 1991
Health care, the Kellogg Foundation, Washington D.C., part I and II, September 12, 1991
Senator Pryor tribute, October 2, 1991
"Face the Nation," October 20, 1991
Brownsville Chamber of Commerce, Free Trade Agreement, December 2, 1991
"Meet the Press," December 8, 1991
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93-138/337 (00153690)"Louis Rukeyser's 1992 Money Guide," January 8, 1992
"Face the Nation," January 12, 1992
Floor statements:
Unemployment compensation, January 24, 1992
Senator Nickles' amendment to S. 2, education reform, January 24, 1992
State of the Union, January 28, 1992
Unidentified, February 3, 1992
Floor statements:
Extended unemployment compensation, February 4, 1992
Uruguay round trade negotiations, February 6, 1992
Response to President's health care, February 6, 1992
Democratic presidential debate, February 16, 1992
Lautenberg, channel 9, Bentsen comments, February 19, 1992
Floor statement, China MFN status, February 25, 1992
Watch on Washington with Senator Shelby, February 1992
"Meet the Press," March 1, 1992
National Press Club, (VHS & 3/4″) March 6, 1992
Floor statements on H.R. 4210, March 10-13, 1992
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93-138/338 (01062466)Floor statements:
Override of president's veto of China MFN status, March 18, 1992
Going to conference on tax fairness bill, March 18, 1992
Tax cut, March 20, 1992
Middle income challenge to president, March 25, 1992
Tax cut, March 25, 1992
Critique of the flat tax, April 2, 1992
UT Law Alumni Association honors Senator Lloyd Bentsen, April 4, 1992
Floor statements:
Budget 1993, April 7, 1992
Campaign finance reform, April 29, 1992
The Health Quarterly, Spring 1992, May 8, 1992
Floor statements:
The Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Act of 1992, S. 1306, June 9, 1992
Unemployment compensation extension, June 19, 1992
Trade and Technology Competitiveness Act, June 30, 1992
Comprehensive National Energy Policy Act, June 30, 1992
Unemployment compensation, July 2, 1992
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93-138/339 (00153442)Comprehensive National Energy Policy Act, July 23, 1992
Social Security earnings test/trust fund reserves, July 28-29, 1992
National Energy Security Act, July 28-29, 1992
Superconducting super collider, August 3, 1992
"NBC Nightly News," possible appearance by Senator Bentsen regarding tax bill, August 10, 1992
Taiwan's military modernization, August 10, 1992
H.R. 11, tax bill, August 11, 1992
Floor statement, notch babies, September 10, 1992
CBS "Face the Nation," September 13, 1992
Floor statements:
China's Most-Favored-Nation status, September 14, 1992
Tax bill, September 23-26, 1992
"Primetime Live: The Debates," October 8, 1992
Houston coverage tape, October 21, 1991-June 21, 1992
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93-138/341 (01062193)Floor statements:
D'Amato filibuster, October 6, 1992
Energy bill, October 8, 1992
Tax bill, October 8, 1992
Visit to Highland Pump Company, Odessa, Texas, October 26, 1992
"MacNeil/Lehrer," November 19, 1992
Heritage Hall of Honor for Lloyd M. Bentsen Sr., November 19, 1992
CNN coverage of Clinton's Little Rock press conference, Bentsen appointed Secretary of the Treasury, December 10, 1992
Town meeting with Bentsen, July 19, 1987
Finance Committee confirmation hearing, January 12, 1993
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93-138/335 (00153624)Press videos:
Peggy Rosson for Texas State Senate Endorsement, 1980
Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Texas, with Walter Cronkite, October 24, 1980
B. A. Bentsen, 00:30 anti-drug, 00:30 bicentennial PSAs, June 1987
Mrs. Bentsen and first lady, 1988
Governor Dukakis announces Senator Bentsen as vice-president candidate, ABC, CBS, CNN and NBC, July 12, 1988
Extent (4 tapes)
Governor Dukakis announces Senator Bentsen as vice-president candidate, Boston, Massachusetts, NBC News, July 12, 1988
Dukakis selects Bentsen as running mate, July 12, 1988
Press conference, from Steve Newton, July 12, 1988
C-SPAN convention coverage, July 21, 1988
Democratic convention, Bentsen & Dukakis acceptance speeches, with cameo, Nancy McKenney, July 21, 1988
Bentsen/Quayle vice presidential debate, CBS, tape 1 and 2, October 5, 1988
Vice-presidential debate (4 tapes), October 5, 1988
Raymond Strother, Ltd., "The Bentsen Tribute," June 4, 1990
Senator Bentsen Segment, The Joyce Gay Report Audio, Channel 2, September 14, 1990
American interests #1006 "Is Foreign Aid in America's Interests?" November 4, 1990
"ABC World News," American Agenda, pollution, November 28, 1990
"Wall Street Week," February 22, 1991
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329-87-259/24 (00438839)Videotapes
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329-93-38/18 (01065680)Audio Tapes:
Unidentified topic, undated
Extent (7 tapes)
Riots, undated
Extent (5 tapes)
Busing/War/Yarborough/Violence, March 25, 1970
Extent (9 tapes)
Bentsen for Senator, October 8, 1970
Extent (2 tapes)
"Un-Texan," April 21, 1970
Drug abuse/Gun control/Welfare, October 7, 1970
Senator Ralph Yarborough speech, April 28, 1970
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329-87-259/20 (00376979)Radio and T. V. spots, many in Spanish, various topics including agriculture, the Bicentennial, economic problems, education, energy, the judicial system, national defense, relations with the Soviet Union, Social Security, trade, transportation, and voting, 1973-1976
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329-87-259/21 (00378147)Audio tapes, (reel-to-reel): 1973, 1977
Spanish
Reimbursement for non-doctors in rural areas
Defense Manpower Commission
Unidentified
Statements, possibly for radio, on health, education, and voter registration of young people, benefits for survivors of military retirees, and Texas oil and gas concerns, undated
Joanne King show, January 1974
Bentsen at Albert Thomas Hall, September 10, 1970
Extent (3 ten and one-half inch reels)
Untitled 7 inch reels, [1970]
Extent (6 reels)
Encouraging savings and investment, 1980
Extent (4 tapes)
Bringing the rubber industry to Texas, 1980
Statute of limitations on government regulations, 1980
Divisive regional antagonism, 1980
204th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, 1980
The Helsinki Accord, 1980
Compensating families of CIA officers killed in action, 1980
Need for strong and effective CIA, 1980
Windfall tax relief to small royalty owners, 1980
Non-inflationary tax cut, 1980
Strengthening our armed forces, 1980
Reducing inflation by increasing productivity, 1980
Excessive cost of federal regulation, 1980
Dangers of single issue politics, 1980
Rising cost of shipping coal, 1980
Holding down cost of electricity in Texas, 1980
Eliminating unnecessary government paperwork, 1980
Preserving historical landmarks, 1980
A tougher national defense policy, 1980
Low income energy assistance, 1980
Effort to spur economic growth, 1980
Need for increased research and development, 1980
Aquaculture-farming the oceans, 1980
Funds for crime-fighting grants to Texas, 1980
Tax exemption for hospitals and schools, 1980
Bill to stop wasteful government spending, 1980
Cutting the federal budget to fight inflation, 1980
Toughening federal sentencing procedures, 1980
Keeping defense equipment in working order, 1980
Ending roller-coaster economic policy, 1980
Alleged Soviet massacre in Kerala, Afghanistan, 1980
Balancing the federal budget, 1980
Excessive government regulation, 1980
Boosting domestic mineral production, 1980
Helping a community of Mennonites stay in Texas, 1980
Legislation to boost U. S. exports, 1980
Joint Economic Committee to study Poland, 1980
Unlabelled, [1980]
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329-87-259/2 (00378227)News conferences, 1974-1980
Joint Economic Committee news conferences and speeches, 1980
Addresses from state and national conventions and forums, and appearances on radio and television programs, 1972-1984
Announcement for President, February 1975
Recordings of Alan Steelman, undated
Recordings of Phil Gramm, 1970?
Recordings of Senator Mike Mansfield, 1973
Recordings of Senator Henry Jackson, 1975
Recordings on multiple topics, many in Spanish, including: the deficit, taxes, criminal sentencing, small business, the hostage crisis, farmers, income averaging, defense, a Japanese trade plan, Texas border economy, oil tax, epilepsy victims, drug smuggling, congressional pay raise, the Bicentennial, saccharin ban, peso devaluation, January 19811975-1982
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93-138/330 (IN PROCESS)Cassettes:
AFL-CIO convention, March 25, 1975
Press conferences:
1983-1984
April 20, 1983
September 12, 1984
Grenada/Lebanon interview, October 27, 1984
Press conference, November 7, 1984
Border Aid package, 1984
Press conferences, February 22, 1985
Press conferences, May 16, 1985
TWA hostage interview, June 17, 1985
Press conference, July 10, 1985
Citrus and beef farm policy, 1985
Trade amendment to farm bill, 1985
Tax reform, 1985
Mexico and Corpus Christi, 1985
Challenger explosion, 1986
Response to Sov.?
Farm bill statement, 1986
Challenger Shuttle, 1986
Press conference November 26, 1986
Floor speech, EPIC, October 8, 1986
Reaction to appropriations vote, August 13, 1986
Floor speech, tax reform, June 4, 1986
Houston space commercialization, July 30, 1986
Chamber of Commerce speech, 1986
KTSM, El Paso satellite, September 25, 1986
Press conference, June 19, 1986
Petro Security, September 10, 1986
Trade, October 15, 1986
Tax conference, July 16, 1986
Poindexter & North resignations, November 25, 1986
Windfall profit tax, July 31, 1986
Satellite interview, February 7, 1986
Oil industry debate, June 6, 1986
Bentsen on Bork, October 2, 1987
Democratic answer to president, January 17, 1987
Deficit, "All Things Considered," 1987
Martin oil study, March 16, 1987
Trade, 1987
Payment limitation, March 4, 1988
Press conference, January 11, 1988
Republicbank, March 15-17, 1988
Windfall profit repeal, March 31, 1988
Bentsen radio commentary, undated
Audio commentary, undated
Satellite, KAMR, undated
Satellite, KSAT, undated
Television, 1987
Bentsen, Bork floor statement, undated
Satellite with KWTX, Waco, Texas, undated
SSC cost amendments, May 20, 1987
Marpol amendment and special area amendment, undated
Satellite KXAS, Fort Worth, May 7, 1987
Press conference, April 22, 1987
Satellite, El Paso and Abilene, June 2, 1987
Satellite, El Paso and Waco, June 2, 1987
Iran/Contra reaction, November 18, 1987
Satellite, KCBO Lubbock, May 19, 1987
Satellite, KVII Amarillo, May 28, 1987
Interview with Marilyn Millroy, undated
Tower Commission report, 1986
Democratic response, undated
Floor statement, energy security, July 1, 1987
Texas press conference, June 17, 1987
Trade bill opening, June 25, 1987
Energy security provision statement, July 1, 1987
KRIV, KDFW and KXAS satellites, June 11, 1987
Press conference, Tokyo, January 7, 1986
Mexico trip, March 27, 1986
Press conference, November 26, 1986
Radio commentary, terrorism, 1986
Water resources conference statement, October 6, 1986
Press conference, November 9, 1986
KSAT, March 19, 1986
Geneva summit, 1985
Libya attack, April 15, 1986
President speaks, Bentsen answers, May 17, 1986
Reaction to Libya incident, March 25, 1986
Bentsen Spanish radio, Campos Communications, 1980
Barrientos, undated
"Values," undated
"Free Ride," undated
Boulter negative 1 & 2, [1988]
Boulter, KLBJ, September 1, 1988
Political, 1. Reagan/Helms, 2. Reed, 3. Petty, 4. Ford, 5. Reagan, GOTV, 6. Reagan, Contra aid, undated
Beau Boulter press conference, June 7, 1988
Beau Boulter announcing news conference, January 4, 1988
1988 demo with Spanish, [1988]
1. "Values," 2. "Attendance," revised, undated
"Attendance," undated
"Sea World," undated
LGA-LB-30-01 & 02, undated
Political demo reel, undated
Texas Democratic Party "Battle," undated
Bentsen for Senate, November 31, 1988
Extent (1″ audio tape reel)
Unlabeled tape, undated
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93-138/331 (00152891)Various topics, 1987-1992
Extent (134 cassettes)
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000-89-0005 (92-043)/14 (00097727)Various topics, 1972-1973
Extent (3, 4, and 5-inch reels)
Box
000-89-0005 (92-043)/15 (00097738)Audio cassettes and reels, 1971-1982
Extent [1 seven-inch, 7 five-inch; 63 four-inch; 27 three and 1/4-inch; 26 three-inch; 18 cassette tapes]
Box
95-029/1 (05228560)Senate speech, steps of the Capitol, November 11, 1987
Extent (5″ reel-to-reel)
Senate, bloop #4 & 5, November 11, 1987
Extent (5″ reel-to-reel)
Senate press conference, November 11, 1987
Extent (5″ reel-to-reel)
Lloyd Bentsen, April 29, 1988
Extent (7″ reel-to-reel)
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95-029/6 (05228571)Texas children, Bentsen, October 8, 1988
Extent (5″ reel-to-reel)
Audio spot that didn't run of different people talking about Bentsen, undated
Extent (5″ reel-to-reel)
Plant closings, 30 seconds, undated
Extent (5″ reel-to-reel)
Senator Bentsen, 7 1/2 IPS heads, undated
Extent (5″ reel-to-reel)
Sound roll #1, #3, #4, April 28-29, 1988
Extent (7″ reel-to-reel)
Guest conductor, the Honorable Lloyd Bentsen, (cassette) August 2, 1994
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93-138/347 (00153588)Press Clippings Series, 1949, 1971-1993
Extent (35.5 cubic feet)
Series Scope and Content Note
The Press Section maintained clippings files on Bentsen, his family, other individuals, and various issues with which the Senator was involved. The Press Clippings files include, in addition to clippings from Texas and national periodicals, other printed material such as press releases, reports, and newsletters from various sources.
The Press Clippings Files are organized by subject, including both topics and individuals' names. The name files concern national, state, and local political figures, Bentsen campaign opponents, and the Bentsen family. Subject files include both articles mentioning Bentsen and those which do not.
The series includes three separate clipping files. The Washington Office Files, 1971-1993 (20.3 cubic feet) came from the office of Deputy Press Secretary Michelle Andrews Smith in 1993, and were presumably the most current files when Bentsen left the Senate. Two other clipping files were in storage. Files stored in 1992 (1972-1989, 5.3 cubic feet) and files stored in 1987 (1971-1982, 1985-1986, 11.7 cubic feet) both include a limited number of reference files as well as clipping files. The files stored in 1987 includes a group of clippings from 1985-1986, and one from 1980-1981, collected by the Texas Press Association to audit the extent of Bentsen's press coverage.
Separate clippings files were maintained in the Austin, Dallas, and Houston offices. Consult the State Office Files series description for their locations and contents.
Washington office file:
Agriculture through Commerce
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93-138/348 (00153577)Commerce through Congress
Congress:
Richard Armey, World War II, 1971-1992
Box
93-138/349 (00153078)Steve Bartlett, 1983-1991
Honorable Joe Barton, 1985-1992
Jack Brooks, 1972-1992
John Bryant, 1983-1992
Honorable Albert Bustamante, 1985-1992
Jim Chapman, 1985-1993
Honorable Ron Coleman, 1983-1992
Honorable Larry Combest, 1985-1992
Kika de la Garza, 1972-1991
Honorable Tom DeLay, 1985-1992
Chet Edwards, 1990-1991
Jack Fields, 1980-1992
Martin Frost, 1978-1992
Richard A. Gephardt, 1990-1991
Henry Gonzales, 1973-1992
Pete Geren, 1989-1992
Gene Green, July-October 1992
Ralph Hall, 1980-1991
Sam Johnson, May-October 1991
Greg Laughlin, 1990-1992
Marvin Leath, 1982-1990
Tom Loeffler, 1979-1990
Solomon Ortiz, 1987-1992
Jake (J.J.) Pickle, 1972-1991
Paul Sadler, November 1990
Honorable Bill Sarpalius, 1988-1992
Lamar Smith, 1987-1992
Charles Stenholm, 1980-1992
Honorable Mac Sweeney, 1984-1988
Craig Washington, 1990-1992
Charles Wilson, 1978-1992
Texas Congressional Delegation, 1973-1992
Ethics, 1977 (1988-1991)
Financial disclosure, 1991
Franking, 1983-1992
Pay raises, 1983-1991
Travel, 1982-1989
Senate TV, 1986
Courts:
Justice Department, 1973-1992
Judgeships, 1989-1992
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93-138/350 (00153420)Courts through Economy
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93-138/351 (00153238)Economy, South Texas, through Foreign relations, Mexico
Box
93-138/352 (00153271)Foreign relations, Latin America, through Labor
Box
93-138/353 (00153249)Natural resources preservation through NASA
Box
93-138/354 (00153431)Security, CIA, through Taxes, tax credit plan
Box
93-138/355 (00152993)Taxes, Finance Committee, through Important Democrats, Jim Mattox
Box
93-138/356 (00153282)Important Democrats, Texas, Judge Overstreet, through
Important Republicans, Texas:
Bill Clements
Box
93-138/357 (00376640)Phil Gramm, 1971-1993
Box
93-138/358 (00378963)Phil Gramm, George Bush, 1971-1993
Box
93-138/359 (00378985)Robert Mosbacher through
1988 campaign, 1971-1993
Box
93-138/360 (00439172)State campaigns through La Raza Unida Party, 1971-1993
Box
93-138/361A (00440047)Master clip file I
1988 clip packet, April 1984
Political action committees, 1983-1991
Bentsen family, other, July-October 1988
Campaigns and elections, political financing, contributions, 1972-1989
Campaigns and elections, general, 1972-1990
Phil Gramm, 1989
Important Democrats, Texas:
Bob Krueger, 1983-1993
Ann Richards, 1980 (1987-1992)
Important Republicans, national, Nicholas Brady, 1989
Roll call votes, 91st Congress, 1st Session, Votes 1-245, January 3-December 23, 1969
Legislative Activities, The Honorable Lloyd Bentsen of Texas, (loose reports) January 3, 1991-January 11, 1992
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329-93-38/31 (01064359)Files stored in 1992:
Audit through Gramm/Bentsen, September-October 1987
Box
329-93-38/26 (01065690)Energy:
Windfall profits tax, 1979-1988
Natural gas, windfall tax, 1981
Foreign relations:
Cuba, 1973-1976, 1981
Nuclear arms, 1972-1987
Panama Canal, 1977-1989
SALT, 1978-1981, 1985-1986
Agriculture:
Grain farmers, San Antonio, 1972-1973
Milk support, 1976
Russian wheat deal, 1972-1973
Senator Bentsen:
1982-1984
Vice-presidential speculation, January-August 1984
Confirmations, 1972, 1981
Budget:
Reform, 1973-1974, 1981
Sunbelt/snowbelt debates, 1977-1982
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329-93-38/25 (00154650)Texas Democrats:
John Hannah, 1981
Warren Harding, February 1982
Jack Hightower, 1981-1982, 1984, 1988
John Luke Hill, 1972-1981, 1983, 1987-1988
Abraham Kazen, 1972, 1977-1980, 1984
Mickey Leland, 1979-1989
William Patman, 1981-1982
Ron Paul, 1976, 1979-1984
W.E. Snelson, 1981, 1986
Joe Sullivan, 1982
Arthur E. Temple, 1982, 1984
Prentice Tomlinson, December 1981
Tom Vandergriff, 1982-1984, 1986
Richard White, 1972, 1980-1981
Bill Wright, 1983, 1988
Important Democrats-National:
Senator John Glenn, 1976, 1983-1984
Senator Gary Hart, 1984
Walter Mondale, 1983-1984
Important Republicans-Texas
Anne Armstrong, 1972-1976
H.E. "Eddie" Chiles, 1978-1980, 1986
Bill Meier, 1981
Texas Senate race, 1984-February 1985
Budget:
National, 1972-1988
Commerce:
Foreign trade, 1985-1986
Economy:
Joint Economic Committee, 1982-1987
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329-93-38/27 (01062557)Commerce:
Anti-Trust Bill, September 1976
Beer Bill, May 1984
Consumer protection, 1975, 1983
Devaluation of peso, 1977, 1983-1984
Foreign trade, 1972-1984
Stocks and bonds scandal, Sharpstown, Frost National Bank, 1972-1982
Congress, James Collins, 1972-1989
Courts:
Other than Supreme, 1972-1973, 1977
Reforms, 1973, 1977-1978
Supreme Court, 1973
U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, August 1973
Wiretapping, 1972-1973
Crime:
Bentsen Presumptive Sentencing Bill, January 1981
Clinton Manges, 1976-1977, 1984-1985
Drugs for arms swap with Mexico, (empty folder) undated
Funds for jail construction, February 1977
Law Enforcement Exclusionary Rule, 1973
National defense:
Atlantic Alliance Subcommittee on Military [Mutual] Balanced Force Reduction, 1972-1973
Draft, 1972-1973, 1981-1982
Paul Thayer, 1982-1984
Theft of military weapons, March 1977
Troop withdrawals, 1972-1973
War powers, 1983-1984
National economy:
Economic Caucus Task Force, 1980
Inflation, 1974-1979
Joint Economic Committee, 1974-1981
Education:
Bilingual, 1981
National Student Lobby, March 1974
Professorships/interns, 1973-1976, 1985-1986
School prayer, March 1984
University of Texas, 1972-1981
Vocational rehabilitation, 1973-1974, 1979
1982 important news clippings, 1980-1982
Senate elections 1982, 1980-1982
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329-93-38/28 (01064483)1982 Senate race, 1982
James Collins material, 1982 Senate race, 1982
1982 Senate race, 1983
Important Republicans, Texas:
John Tower, 1981-1984
Political affairs, Texas:
Democrats, South, 1973
Texas fundraising, 1972-1984
Texas liberals, 1975-1976
South Texas, Anthony Farris, 1973-1974
Beau Boulter, 1982-1985
State Legislature:
Governor, Dolph Briscoe, 1972-1979
Campaigns and elections:
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1983-1984
Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1983-1984, 1987
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329-93-38/29 (01063651)Reference files containing clippings:
Agriculture:
1982-1985
Agricultural TV, 1982
Alternate crops, 1986
Senator Bentsen:
1982-1983
Announcement for reelection, 1975-1976
Endorsement of Bentsen, 1975-1976
Border Area, 1983-1985
Budget deficits, 1983-1984
Business, 1983-1985
Child care/abuse, 1984
Civil rights, minorities, 1982-1984
Economy, taxes, 1982-1985
Education, 1974-1984
Box
LMB2 (07248900)Separated material
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329-93-38/29 (01063651)Employment, jobs, 1982
Energy, 1982, 1985-1987
Energy Security Act, 1987
Environment, 1982-1987
Foreign Affairs, 1983, 1985-1986
Health:
Hearings, low birth weight babies, 1983-1985
Maternal and child, 1980-1987
Kid letters, 1984-1986
McFarlane, Tracy, 1987-1988
Military, 1983-1988
Politics, General, 1982-1983
Productivity, research and development, 1975-1985
Scholarship students, 1986-1988
Shipwreck Bill, 1983-1985
Space, 1984-19853
Texas Longhorns, 1980-1983
Trade, 1982-1985
Transportation, 1982-1984, 1987
Water projects, 1983-1985, 1987
Loans and grants, 1984-1985
Minority Press, 1980
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329-87-259/1 (01842363)Files stored in 1987:
John Connally, 1972-1979
Dallas Morning News, September-October 1974
Senate races:
Editorials, 1976
Election, Senate, 1975 (1976)
General:
July-August 1978
Listing of Texas Press Association clippings, September-October 1979
1979-1980
John Tower, 1980
News article by former staffer, October 1979
Polls, 1979-1982
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329-87-259/3 (00378136)Texas Press Association collection:
August-October 1985
September-October, 1986
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329-87-259/4 (01843967)Bentsen/Tower, August-September 1980
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329-87-259/5 (00376800)Transportation:
Rail, Amtrak, 1972-1980
San Antonio freeway, 1972-1973
Safety, including heavy trucks, 1973-1974, 1977
Texas Democrats:
Bob Armstrong, 1973, 1976, 1981
Tony Canales, 1981
Billy Clayton, 1979-1982
Bob Krueger, 1976-1981
Peyton McKnight, 1981
Lynn Olson, 1981
Roy Orr, 1981
Political campaigns, (missing folder) 1975-1983
Summary of Senate races, 1976-1977
Endorsement of Bentsen, 1975-1976
Announcement for re-election, 1975-1976
Gramm, Phil, 1975-1983
House of Representatives, Alan Steelman, 1972-1976
Steelman, Alan, 1972-1976
Box
329-87-259/6 (01842669)Newsletters:
Austin Report, 1976-1978
Congressional Insight, 1977-1978
Tower, John, 1969-1979
Box
329-87-259/8 (00376980)Newsletters and other publications:
Miscellaneous political publications, 1979-1980
Wall Street letter, 1973-1974
The Texas Observer, (1973-1974) 1977, 1980
Congressional Insight, 1979-1981
Evans-Novak Political Report, 1980
ADA Legislative Newsletter, 1973
The Texas Poll, 1974, 1976-1977
Austin Report, 1972, 1979-1980
Harris Poll news release, 1976
Postal service, 1973-1974, 1976, July-October 1979
Box
329-87-259/9 (00378158)Bentsen, 1971-1978
Mrs. Bentsen, 1971-1976
Connally, John, 1980
U.S. Congress:
Eckhardt, Robert, 1975-1980
Fisher, O.C., 1972-1973
Price, Robert, 1972-1973
Teague, Olin E., 1981
Wyatt, Joseph, 1979-1980
War powers, 1972-1973
Senate reform, 1973, 1976
Separation of powers, 1972-1975
Ralph Nader reports, 1972
Pay raise, 1973-1977
Postal service, 1972-1973
Major issues, 96th Congress, 1979
Report on federal paperwork for Joint Economic Committee, 1978
Bentsen accomplishments, January 1982
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329-87-259/10 (00378001)Editorials:
Favorable, 1971-1981
Unfavorable, 1976-1981
Letters to editor, 1976-1982
Floor statements and committee testimony, 1977-1978
City wires, 1974-1977
Special mailings, 1978
Texas radio stations, 1979
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329-87-259/11 (00378249)Biden, Joe (DE), support for Senate, 1972-1973
Boggs, Representative Lindy, 1973
Clark, Ramsey, 1974
Sparkman, John (AL), support for Senate, 1971-1972
Political affairs:
Democratic Senator William Spong, 1972
Democratic state offices:
Comptroller Robert S. Calvert, 1973
Former Attorney General Waggoner Carr, 1973
Crutcher, Harry, 1974
Dowdy, John, former U.S. congressman, 1972-1973
Duncan, Walter T., 1972-1973
Marshall, Ray, Secretary of Labor, Carter administration, 1976-1980
State legislature:
Barnes, Ben, Lieutenant Governor, 1972-1973
Purcell, Graham, Texas representative, 1972-1973
Castillo, Leonel J., Immigration and Naturalization Service head, Carter administration, 1977-1980
Teague, Olin E., U.S. Congress Representative, 1973, 1976-1978
Gammage, Bob, congressman, 1978
Jordan, Barbara, U.S. Congress Representative, 1972-1978
Mahon, George, Representative, 1977-1978
U.S. Congress, Representative Dale Milford, 1972-1973, 1977-1978
Poage, Bob, congressman, 1977-1978
Young, John, Representative, 1977-1978
Political affairs:
Representative Charles Finnell, Democratic state offices, 1973
Texas:
George B. Parr, 1973
H. Ross Perot, 1973
U.S. Senate, Barefoot Sanders, 1972-1973, 1977
Tatum, John, 1976
Thompson, Mayo, Federal Trade Commissioner, 1973
Javits, Jacob, Senator, 1974
Percy, Charles, Senator, 1974
Riegle, Donald, Representative, 1973
Saxbe, William, Senator, 1973
Political affairs:
Republican national, Nola Smith, 1973
Republican presidential, Charles Alan Wright, 1973
Government Federal Election Commission regulations, 1973-1977
Campaign reform, 1973-1974, 1977
Grover, Hank, 1977-1978
Baker, Howard, Republican Senator, [1975]
Leman, Louis, 1975-1976
Veloz, Al, 1975
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329-87-259/12 (00376618)State Legislature:
Redistricting, (1971-1973) 1980-1981
Texas:
Bentsen primary bill, 1974-1976
Goldwater, Barry, U.S. Senate, January 1974
Gardner, John, "Common Cause," December 1974
Kennedy, Ted [Edward], Presidential, 1979-1980
Texas Democrats:
Allbritton, Joe, Washington Star owner, 1974-1978
Christie, Joe, 1973-1978
Daniel, Price Jr., 1972-1981
Farenthold, Sissy, July 1980
Hofheinz, Fred, 1973 and 1977
Smith, Preston, 1972-1978
Carter, Jimmy, 1980
Air transportation (SST), September 1973
Bentsen, Lan, April 1976
Dugi, Leon, February 1976
Sweeney, Hugh, February-April 1976
Interpaliamentary Conference, 1977
Foreign relations with Portugal, 1975
Labor Unions, Farah Manufacturing Co., 1972-1973
Political affairs:
Democratic Federal Offices, House of Representatives, 1972-1976
State Legislature [Texas], 1972
Nader, Ralph, 1972-1973
Moynihan, Patrick, Senator, July 1978
Jaworski, Leon, Special Watergate Prosecutor, 1973-1974
American Party, 1972-1974
Rehabilitating the Republican Party, 1977, 1981
Republican National Convention, 1972, 1975
Republican Party, 1972-1974
Watergate, 1973-1974
State Legislature
Briscoe, Dolph, Governor, 1973-1977
Census Bureau, 1978-1981
Voter Registration, 1971-1976
City Councils, 1973
City Government, general
State Legislature, constitutional revision, 1972-1973
Governors Conferences and races, 1972-1977
Carter Administration:
New appointments, 1976-1977
Appointments, Texas, 1976-1981
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329-87-259/13 (00376968)Bentsen campaigns, Presidential and senatorial, 1976
Democratic Presidential campaign, George McGovern, 1972
Democratic, Democrats for the re-election of Nixon, 1972
Democratic, Texas Democrats for the re-election of Nixon, 1972
Republican, Nixon Presidential campaign, 1972
Politics, national, 1972
Presidential election, polls and analysis, 1972
The O'Brien Letter (weekly publication of the McGovern-Shriver campaign), September 1972-November 1972
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329-87-259/14 (00376607)Democratic, McGovern-Shriver Presidential campaign, 1972
McGovern-Shriver campaign, May 1972-November 1972
Press releases, McGovern-Shriver, 1972
Voting record of George McGovern in the House, 1957-1960, undated
Congress, U. S. Senate, Record of the 92nd Congress, 1972
Texas politics, January 1972-February 1972, May 1972
Office of the President, Lyndon B. Johnson, 1972-1973
Office of the Vice-President:
Spiro Agnew, September 1973-October 1973
Gerald Ford, 1973-1974
Nixon and Rather interview, January 2, 1972
Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, 1973
Republican Party of 1972, Watergate, 1973-1974
Robert S. Strauss, regarding Watergate, 1973
Presidency, Nixon impeachment, 1974
Texas press, regarding Watergate, 1973-1974
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329-87-259/15 (00379081)Bentsen, 1974, 1981
Bentsen appointments, 1977-1980
Bentsen age discrimination bill, 1972-1974
Common situs picketing bill, 1975-1977
Courts, 1976, 1978
Crime, 1976-1981
Defense, 1971-1980
Economy, 1973-1980
Energy, 1972-1981
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329-87-259/16 (00376822)Federal Government, 1976
Foreign relations, 1973-1975, 1978 (1979) 1980
Health, saccharin ban, 1977
Labor, 1973-1974 (1977) 1978 (1979-1980)
Political affairs, Texas, Presidential primary, 1976, 1977
Public works, Trinity River, 1972, 1975-1977
Taxes, 1974-1981
Texas, important Republicans, 1981-1982
Texas politics, Democratic precinct conventions, 1972
Press clippings by subject, 1971:
Texas politics, number two
Pollution
Prayer amendment
Redistricting, legislative
Revenue sharing
State Democratic Executive Committee, Elmer Baum
Governor Preston Smith
Stock scandal, Sharpstown and Frost National Bank
Supreme Court
Supersonic transport (SST)
Textiles
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329-87-259/18 (00378250)Senator John Tower
Trucks (wider ones)
United Nations
Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis (VEE)
Veterans' affairs
Vietnam trip
Welfare
Wiretapping
Armco
Bob Armstrong
Lieutenant Governor Ben Barnes
Bentsen family
Bentsen, articles about the Senator
B-1 bombers
Big Thicket
Bureaucratic problems (excessive paperwork and red tape)
Busing
Lieutenant William Calley
John Connally
Consumers and consumer protection
Court reform
Crime
Defense
Draft, troop withdrawal
Drought
Drugs
Economy
Economy, wage-price freeze
Exclusionary rule
Farm problems and farmers
Federalism
Financial statement by Senator Bentsen
Foreign trade
Housing
Hunger and malnutrition
International relations
Mexican Americans
Migrant workers
Lyndon B. Johnson
Nuclear arms talk
Penal reform
Population
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329-87-259/19 (00376811)National politics
Texas politics, number 1
Box
329-87-259/22 (00376797)George Bush, 1971-1979
John Connally, 1972-1974
John Connally, 1975-1979
Newsletters:
"Evans-Novak Political Report," 1972-1977
"The American Political Report," 1973-1977
Press releases, February-March 1971
Floor statements and committee testimony, 1974
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329-87-259/25 (00438806)Clippings:
May-October 1982
Extent (19 folders)
Box
329-87-259/26 (00439070) September-October 1982
Extent (7 folders)
April-May 1982
Extent (5 folders)
Box
329-87-259/27 (00439081) August-September 1981
Extent (2 folders)
April-August 1982
Extent (24 folders)
Box
329-87-259/28 (00378216)The Texas Poll report, 1971-1974
Clippings:
Coalition for a Democratic Majority, 1972-1973
Senate Republican Campaign Committee, 1973
State, local, and federal campaigns, 1973
Bentsen. 1975
Bentsen mentioned, 1972-1973
Bentsen family, 1949, 1972-1973
Possible presidential candidates, 1972-1973
Political affairs:
Democratic federal offices, Senator Ralph Yarborough, 1971-1973
Democratic National Convention, 1972
NAACP, 1973
Congressional Black Caucus, 1973
Campaign, Senatorial, current races, 1972
Senate Majority Leader, future, 1973
Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, 1972-1973
Finance Committee, Financial Market Subcommittee, 1973
Campaign reports, general, campaign funds, etc., 1972-1973
Public financing of political campaigns, 1973
Democratic Party, Texas, 1972-1973
Democratic National Committee:
Campaign, 1972
State Democratic Executive Committee, 1972-1973
Delegate selection, 1972
Robert Strauss, Chairman, 1972-1973
Jean Westwood, Chairman, 1972
Democratic National Committee publications:
"Democratic Letter," 1973
"Straight Talk and Fact," 1972
"Message to Washington" request letter, December 1977
Box
LMB4 (06195070)Miscellaneous files:
Senate elections, Political Action committees, 1980-1982
Health, drugs, 1973, 1978-1980, 1989
Labor, skilled labor, 1981-1982
Editorials, favorable, 1983-1989
Editorials, unfavorable, 1983-1989
Editorials, opponents, 1981-1989
Letters to editors, 1983-1988
Letters to editor, 1989
Texas Democrats:
Dolph Briscoe, 1980-1984
George Bristol, 1987
Reagan Brown, 1981-1982
Rex Cauble, 1981-1982
Sam Hall, 1978-1985
Floor statements and committee testimony, 1975
Press clippings, Jim Collins, 1981-1982
Statements released to Capitol press, October 14, 1982
Statement for Democratic Caravan, October 11, 1982
Statement for John C. White, October 1982
Newsletter, 1971-1973
Biographical information on LMB from Leaders in Profile: The U.S. Senate, 1975 edition.
Monthly Texas report, July, 1982
Radio and television spots to George Christian, 1982
Bentsen accomplishments, 1982
Collins and Bentsen, television time purchase, 1982
Clippings to Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express, July 1982
Clippings to Dallas Morning News and Houston Post, July 1982
Clippings to Dallas Morning News and Dallas Times Herald, July 1982
B.A. Bentsen campaign material, October 1982
Press releases, steering committee, 1988

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