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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Business, 1950s-2007

Political:

Philanthropy:

Personal:

Assorted:

Miscellaneous correspondence:

Media:

Oversize:

Restricted materials:

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Bernard Rapoport Papers, 1912-2012



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Rapoport, Bernard, 1917-2012
Creator: American Income Life Insurance Company
Title: Rapoport, Bernard, Papers
Dates: 1912-2012
Abstract: Composed of correspondence, meeting notes, published materials, family documents, photographs, business records, speeches, and audiovisual materials, the Bernard Rapoport Papers, 1912-2012, document his career at the American Income Life Company, his support of Democratic politicians and issues in the United States, particularly Texas, and his philanthropic activities in education, healthcare, and social justice.
Accession No.: 92-414; 93-376; 94-144; 95-003; 95-226; 95-227; 96-179; 96-204; 96-248; 96-357; 97-024; 97-197; 97-223; 97-315; 98-022; 98-074; 98-087; 98-107; 98-115; 98-392; 99-001; 99-037; 2000-001; 2000-043; 2000-056; 2000-101; 2000-130; 2000-176; 2000-222; 2000-238; 2001-019; 2001-049; 2001-061; 2001-228; 2002-018; 2002-039; 2002-048; 2002-077; 2002-121; 2002-138; 2002-168; 2004-145; 2006-215; 2007-104; 2008-217; 2011-155; 2011-331; 2012-105; 2012-117; 2012-283
OCLC No.: 71688683
Extent: ca. 223 ft.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Texas philanthropist and entrepreneur Bernard Rapoport (1917-2012) founded the multi-million dollar American Income Life Insurance Company. With his wife, he established the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation to support organizations in Israel and Waco as well as the University of Texas and numerous other educational, welfare, and political projects. The couple heavily supported and contributed to the Texas Democratic Party and candidates and political groups in the United States, including Bill and Hilary Rodham Clinton, Ralph Yarborough, Ann Richards, Ted Kennedy, Lloyd Bentsen, and George McGovern.

Born in San Antonio on July 17, 1917, Rapoport learned from an early age the importance of family, community, and generosity. His parents David and Riva Rapoport had fled Russia following their participation in the revolution of 1905. They instilled in their son and daughter Idel the importance of education, political freedom, Judaism, and generosity. During the Great Depression, Rapoport worked his way through the University of Texas (UT), graduating with a degree in economics in 1939 and marrying Audre Newman three years later.

In 1951, Rapoport and his wife’s uncle Harold Goodman founded the American Income Life Insurance Company (AIL) with $25,000 in Indianapolis, moving the headquarters to Waco in 1958. Under Rapoport’s leadership, the company spread into labor union and credit union markets and became one of the first Union Label insurance companies. In 1994, the insurance and financial services holding company Torchmark Corporation purchased AIL for $563 million.

Rapoport spent most of his life actively supporting the Democratic Party, starting with his membership in the Progressive Democrats while at UT and Homer Rainey’s gubernatorial campaign in 1944. He later supported Ralph Yarborough, Frances "Sissy" Farenthold, Ann Richards, Ted Kennedy, Alan Cranston, and George McGovern, during whose campaign in 1972 Bernard met Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton. From 1974 onward, Rapoport donated to every one of Clinton’s campaigns and served as fundraiser for both of his presidential bids.

The Rapoports founded the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation in 1987. Annual contributions supported the state of Israel, the University of Texas at Austin, the Waco community, and other worthwhile projects, including the Jerusalem Foundation, Planned Parenthood, the Institute for Policy Studies, and Paul Quinn College. The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Academy in the Waco Independent School District is named in honor of their support. Furthermore, he believed in the protection of free speech and freedom of the press, contributing to the Texas Observer for fifty years, first as an advertiser and later as a member of the board of the newspaper’s publisher Texas Democracy Foundation.

Rapoport’s time at the University of Texas (UT) greatly influenced his success in life, and his pride in his alma mater resulted in both financial and service contributions to the University. In 1991, Ann Richards appointed Rapoport to the UT System Board of Regents, on which he served as chairman from 1993 until his retirement from the board in 1997. During his tenure, the board approved the South Texas-Border Initiative to increase access to higher education in South Texas, the purchasing power of the Permanent University Fund increased, and the University created the UT Investment Management Company. Rapoport also established or contributed to numerous endowments for scholarships and chairs in economics and the liberal arts and funding the Blanton Museum of Art and the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice. Named in recognition of the couple, the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Building on the UT-Austin campus houses the College of Liberal Arts.

In 2002, the University of Texas Press in the Briscoe Center’s Focus on American History Series published Rapoport’s memoir, Being Rapoport: Capitalist with a Conscience, as told to Briscoe Center director Dr. Don Carleton. Currently, the Briscoe Center in collaboration with the Rapoport Foundation and UT Libraries is working on a project to digitize the memoir as well as numerous historical documents and photographs to accompany the text for a revised and enhanced digital edition of Being Rapoport.

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Scope and Contents

Composed of correspondence, meeting notes, published materials, family documents, photographs, business records, speeches, and audiovisual materials, the Bernard Rapoport Papers, 1912-2012, document Bernard Rapoport's involvement in business, politics, philanthropy, and education.

The Business series, 1950s-2007, covers Rapoport's activity as founder and president of the American Income Life Insurance Company. This series comprises correspondence, memos, financial records, speeches, and published materials, including many items related to the company's association with labor unions. The series also includes "Weekly Morning Meeting" audiocassette tapes and handouts produced by AILICO and distributed to each agency. The Miscellaneous Business subseries contains correspondence files divided by state.

The Political series, 1960-2009, documents Rapoport's support of Democratic candidates, including Ralph Yarborough, Frances "Sissy" Farenthold, and Bill Clinton; his involvement in organizations, such as Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace; and his pro-Israel advocacy. This series contains correspondence, published materials, and financial records, and the Miscellaneous Political subseries of correspondence files divided by state.

Consisting of correspondence and published materials, the Philanthropy series, 1955-2009, relates to Rapoport's philanthropic activities in the United States and Israel, as a regent of the University of Texas, and as founder of the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation. The series also illustrates the Rapoports’ support of the Jerusalem Foundation, Planned Parenthood, and educational institutions, including Tel Aviv University, Paul Quinn College, and the University of Texas.

The Personal series, 1940-2012, illuminates Rapoport's relationships with family and friends, his international travels, his public life, and his religious activities. Correspondence, print materials, financial records, speeches, scrapbooks, diaries, and academic papers detail the family lives of Rapoport and his sister Idel McLanathan, his early life in San Antonio, his studies at the University of Texas, and his involvement in Waco’s Temple Rodef Sholom. The series also includes materials from Rapoport's memorial service.

The Miscellaneous series, 1956-2009, consists of correspondence organized by country and U.S. state. The materials cover a variety of topics and may include correspondence from individuals or organizations identified in other series.

The Media and Photograph series, 1950s-2012, are composed of photographs, audio and videocassettes, and CDs and DVDs divided according to the main series (Business, Political, Philanthropy, and Personal).

The Assorted series, 1969-2012, contains speeches, business cards, publications from Rapoport’s personal library, newspaper clippings, and editorials by Rapoport from the Waco Tribune-Herald.

The Restricted and Oversize series contain material subdivided by the main series. Many items were removed from folders elsewhere in the collection, and the inventory indicates the original locations of the Oversize documents. The Restricted folders indicate how long the materials will be restricted.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

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

For privacy concerns, a portion of these papers is restricted; please contact repository for more information.

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)
Rapoport, Bernard, 1917-2012 -- Archives.
Rapoport, Audre, 1923-.
Rapoport, Bernard, 1917-2012 -- Family.
Subjects (Organizations)
American Income Life Insurance Company.
Bernard & Audre Rapoport Foundation.
University of Texas System. Board of Regents.
Democratic Party (Tex.)
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Subjects
Philanthropists -- Texas -- History.
Insurance -- United States.
Labor unions -- United States.
Places
Waco (Tex.)
San Antonio (Tex.)
United States.
Israel.

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Related Material

See also Bernard Rapoport Oral History Collection.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Bernard Rapoport Papers, 1912-2012, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

These papers were processed by Laurel Rozema, Mark Firmin, Jody Hoks, Melissa Wopschall, Jaclyn Georges, Susanne Ristow, Lauren Gaylord, Rebekah Curry, and Cynthia Mancha from June 2011 through July 2014.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Business, 1950s-2007

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4C505 Alvin "Al" Akman, Maryland, 1986-1990
American-Amicable Life Insurance Company of Texas, 2001
American Capital Strategies, Maryland, 1985-1989
American Family Life, Georgia, 1968-1970
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Washington, D. C., 1975-1991
American Fidelity of Life, Florida, 1974
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas:
General, 1972-1980, 1996-1999
History, 1955, 1961, 2001, undated
Presentation sheet, 2001
American Savings and Loan Association, Florida, 1988
Arkansas AFL-CIO, 1972
H. S. "Hank" Brown, Texas, 1981-1990
Bob Cohencious, Maryland, 1989-1990
Kenneth Dilling, Indiana, 1983-1990
E. D. P. Department of American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1990
Tom Ernst, World Health Systems, Inc., re: Sale of Group Term Life to Unions, Maryland, 1993
Gerald M. Feder, Washington, D. C., 1983-1990
Georgia Comptroller General's Office, 1976
Home office correspondence:
Georgia, 1962-1965
Maryland, 1959-1978
Minnesota, 1972-1976
Missouri, 1958-1977
Illinois comptroller, 1974
Investment Limitations for Indiana Companies, Indiana, 1966
Jefferson National, Indiana, 1949, 1976, 1986
James R. Johnston, Indiana, 1965-1967
Bert Lance, Georgia, 1987-1990
H. L. Lennard, Louisiana, 1966-1968
Lincoln National Life, Texas, 1977-1985, 1990
Manager's Training School, 1993
Minnesota Department of Commerce, re: American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO)'s status, 1982
Mitchell, Southern, and Meade, Attorneys, re: American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO)'s legal services, Missouri, 1969
New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration, re: American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) payroll deduction code, 1971
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4C506 Departments of Insurance:
Alaska, 1957-1983
Arizona, 1957-1977
Colorado, 1962-1980
Connecticut, 1965-1973
Delaware, 1965-1974
Florida, 1962-1989
Georgia, 1959-1984
Hawaii, 1965-1990
Idaho, 1965-1976
Illinois, 1955-1989
Iowa, 1962-1980
Kansas, 1961-1985
Louisiana, 1986-1988
Maine, 1968-1976
Maryland, 1956-1978, 1990-1991
Michigan, 1956-1975
Mississippi, 1962-1985
Office & Professional Employees International, Texas, 1982-1990
City of Opelousas, Louisiana, 1965-1967
Pioneer Life Insurance Co., Illinois, 1983-1990
Railway Labor Executives, Washington, D. C., 1990
May and Walter Reuther memorial, Michigan, 1970
Paul Rosenbaum, Michigan, 1989
Geoffrey B. "Jeff" Shields, Illinois, 1976-1988
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4C507 Departments of Insurance:
Missouri, 1959-1997
Montana, 1959-1967, 1976, 1994
Nebraska, 1959-1977
Nevada, 1964-1976
New Hampshire, 1965-1974
New Mexico, 1957-1979
Texas Life Insurance Company, 2001
Roger Toll, Connecticut, 1985-1990
Tom Turner, Metropolitan Detroit AFL-CIO, Michigan, 1988
Union correspondence:
Alabama, 1967-1990
Alaska, 1968-1990
Arizona, 1966-1990
Arkansas, 1966-1990
Colorado, 1973-1990
Connecticut, 1970-1990
Delaware, 1968-1990
Georgia, 1968-1990
Idaho, 1971-1987
Illinois, 1995-2003
Indiana, 1966-1990
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4C508 Union correspondence:
Kentucky, 1967-1990
Louisiana, 1983-1990
Maine, 1967-1989
Minnesota, 1989-1990
Mississippi, 1967-1986
Missouri, 1985-1990
Montana, 1975-1989
Nebraska, 1967-1990
Nevada, 1968-1990
New Hampshire, 1986-1988
New Mexico, 1968-1999
New York, 1992-2003
Washington, D. C., 1999-2003
Union Labor Life, Washington, D. C., 1986-1990
Union life insurance, California, 1984-1994
John Vanderhoof, Kansas, 1989
A. L. Williams, Georgia, 1983, undated
William J. Wood, Indiana, 1967-1990
Charles G. Younglove, United Steelworkers of America, 1977
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4C509 American Airlines, A'Advantage Club, Texas:
Correspondence, 1998-2001
Mileage summary, 1997-2001
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, Japan, 1985, undated
William A. Anderson, Texas, 1975-1997
Continental One Pass statement, April 1998
Robin Cumine, Canada, 1985-1990
Departments of Insurance:
Argentina, 1966
Australia, 1967-1981
Canada, 1966-1972, 1988
Alexander Farac, Canada, 1988-1990
First Boston Corporation, information memorandum on American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), 1981
Webb Hubbell, 1994-1996
Vester Hughes, Texas, 1977-1989
The Kamber Group, Washington, D. C., 1971-1990
Main, Hurdman, & Cranstoun, CPAs, Texas, 1980
MBank, 1989
Dan Mundy, Nevada, 1985-1990
Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers Asbestos Project, Colorado, 1976-1984
ONEcard Benefits Programs Q&A Guide with letter from Paul Straubel, March 25, 1998
Rapoport on being edged out, 1999
David Roe, Minnesota, 1985-1990, 2002
Edward I. Schliefer, Pennsylvania, 1964-1967
Richard Stout, Massachusetts, 1984-1988
John Sturdivant reception on January 15, 1992, Waco, Texas, 1991-1992
Hy Teplitz and Leon Litz, Florida and California, 1964-1973
Travel agenda for the Rapoports, November 8, 1999
Waco Business League, Texas, 1986-1993
Zale Co., Texas, 1967-1976, 1989
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4C510 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) agents' letters, United States and Canada, 2008
Murray Albert, Book Trading, LTD, New York, 1978
Ampal-American Israel Corporation, New York, 1977-1978
Annandale Capital, LLC, Texas, 2008
George Arden, New York, 1977-1979
Aspen Advisors, LP, Texas, 2008
Douglas W. Barnert, Alliance of American Insurers, New York, 1978
Bill Baxley, Torchmark, Alabama, 2008
Beneficial National Life Insurance Company, New York, 1978
Bruce Payne Consultants, New York, 1978
Raymond E. Canale, New York, 1977-1978
Sol C. Chaikin, New York, 1978
Shelby C. Davis, New York, 1977-1978
Dakota Travel Services, Inc., New York, 1978
Development Corporation for Israel, New York, 1978
Pinney Dror, D Z Israel Associated LTD, Israel, 2008
Francis J. Duggan, Office of Economic Opportunity, re: legal services and legal insurance, Washington, D. C., 1973-1975
Moe Foner, National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, New York, 1978
Foreign Tours, Inc., New York, 1978
Henry Getty, California, 2008
Gina Glantz, Service Employees International Union, Washington, D. C., 2008
Richard A. Holman, The Wall Street Transcript, New York, 1978
Cheryl Harris, Texas, 2008
S. Lewis Hill, First American Real Estate Information Services, Inc., Texas, 2008
Fritz S. Hofheimer, Inc., New York, 1978
Rex Houze, Texas, 2008
James E. Hurst, California, 1965-1974
Oscar Jager, AI Labor Letter and press, Washington, D. C., 1970-1981
Jewish Labor Committee, New York, 1978
Sam Kaplan, re: dental insurance, California, 1973-1974
Ira Lipshutz, Preventi-Med Consultants, Inc., California, 1967-1972
Lone Star Long Distance Company, Texas, 1995-1996
Mike Maddy, Union Resource Network, Washington, 1996-2001
George E. McGill, Ball, Hunt, & Hart, Long Beach, California, 1965-1966
Rosemary Montgomery, United American Insurance Company, Texas, 1995
Omni Hotel Upgrades, Texas, 1993
ONEcard, Texas, 1997-1998
Periscope, Texas, 2008
Dr. Walter Polner, ASCU, Wisconsin, 1991-1995, 2000
Mel Radel, Pennsylvania, 1991, 1997-1998, 2002
Ramada Inn Business Card, Texas, 1987-1988
Donald Reiser, Texas, 2008
Sylvan "Woody" Schachter, Colonial Penn Insurance Group, 1971-1974
T. D. Steinke, Texas, 2008
T-O-P Transportation Opportunity Program, Donald D. Sanburn, California, 1969-1976
Tort reform, Washington, D. C., 1995
Trans World Airways, Texas, 1983-1984
Trial lawyers, Texas, 1996
Ullico, Inc., Washington, D. C., 2008
Union correspondence:
California, 1967-1972, 1976-1979
Colorado, 1966-1973, 1978
U. S. Air Frequent Traveler, Texas, 1990
J. R. Vaughn, Premier Direct Marketing, Texas, 2000
Bill Viar, Indiana, 1994-1998
Vision Investment Partnership and Commissions Funding Group, Virginia, 2008
Waco Business League, Texas, 1994-2001
Wayne County Sheriff's Local 502, Michigan, 1992
William J. Wood, Wood, Touhy, Gleason, Mercer, & Herrin, Indiana, 1990-2000
Christopher A. Zaal, Texas, 1995
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4C511 Recommendation letters, re: Gaye Adams, New York, 1978-1979
Richard G. Adams, New York, 1977
American Airlines, New York, [ca. 1976]
American Council of Life Insurance, Washington, D. C., 1981
American List Journal, New York, 1977
Grant Anderson, New York, 1977
Bruno Aron, New York, 1976
Paul H. Aron, New York, 1977
Sidney Baron, New York, 1979
Greta Basile, New York, 1976
Larry Baum, New York, 1977
Ruth Becker, New York, 1976
Arthur F. Blum, Independent Insurance Agents of America, New York, 1978
Schroeder Boulton, Tucker, Anthony, and R. L. Day Inc., New York, 1979
Howard Bronson, New York, 1977
Katharine Brown, New York, 1977
Business Week, letter to the editor, re: value-added tax, New York, 1979
Donald J. Capuano, re: United Association, Washington, D. C., 1981
Fred Carr to Roger Bensen, re: Bernard Rapoport and Congress Life, New York, 1975
Chemical Bank, New York, [ca. 1976]
Joe Christie, Critical Wireless Corporation, Texas, 2002
Clearinghouse on Corporate Social Responsibility, Washington, D. C., 1976, 1981
Peter Coneway, Goldman, Sachs, & Co., Texas, 1994, 2002
John T. Connor, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1981
David Conway, England, 1996
Council for a Competitive Economy, Washington, D. C., 1981
Credit unions, Texas, 1992-2001
Frank Crohn, New York, 1977
Robin Cumine, Canada, 1991-1998
Demographic Systems, Inc., New York, 1976
Vince Dibenedetto, "Discount Health Care Programs," Illinois, 2001
Ray Dirks, Alger and Co., New York, 1975
Evelyn Dubrow, New York, 1978
E. D. P. Department, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1996
Bernard Englander, New York, 1975-1976
Tyrus G. Fain, Gerard International, Washington, D. C., 1981
Gerald Feder, Washington, D. C., 1991
Charles L. Fishman, Washington, D. C., 1981
John B. Foster, Esq., to Richard Leebove, re: Bud English, Washington, D. C., 1981
Harold C. Frantzen, New York, 1976
Free Enterprise, New York, 1978
The Gallagher Report, New York, 1977
Richard L. Ganzi, New York, 1977
John J. Gleason, New York, 1976-1977
Gene E. Godley, Bracewell & Patterson, Washington, D. C., 1981
Anne Godron, New York, 1975
Melvin Goldstein, Development Corporation for Israel, New York, 1976
Zmira Goodman, New York, 1977
John J. Graves, New York, 1977
Stanley Gruber, Hastings Management Inc., New York, 1976
William W. Hamilton, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1981
Bernard Halpert, Tender Care, Inc., New York, 1977
James R. Heimbaugh, New York, 1978
Lajos Herczfeld, New York, 1979
Lester P. Herschlag, New York, 1977
John Hintzen, New York, 1978-1979
Isram Travel, New York, 1977
T. Lawrence Jones, New York, 1975-1979
William Josephson, New York, 1975-1977
Helene L. Kaplan, New York, 1978
Mark K. Kaplan, New York, 1975-1979
Roger J. Keehn, New York, 1977
Charles J. Kligman, Kelly Press, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
Kompas Yugoslavia, New York, 1979
Ray Koone, National Old Line, Arkansas, 1995
Milton Kotler, Washington, D. C., 1981
Leo Kramer, Kramer Associates, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
Gary A. Kraut, New York, 1976-1978
Herbert Kurz, New York, 1977
Labeletter, Union Label & Service Trades Department, AFL-CIO, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977
Ladenberg, Thalmann, & Co., Inc., New York, 1978
Eugene M. Lang, REFAC Technology Development Corporation, New York, 1979
William Landau, New York, 1977-1979
Legel, Braswell Government Securities Corporation, New York, 1978
Lehman Brothers, New York, 1978
Samuel Leigh, New York, 1979
Matthew Lenz, The College of Insurance, New York, 1978
Gerald H. Leventhal, New York, 1977
Oswald LeWinter, New York, 1978
Louis De B. Moore, New York, 1978
Ralph Martin-Fregone, New York, 1976
Otto Marx, Jr., New York, 1979
James J. McFadden, Manpower Education Institute, New York, 1977
Mexico, information on how to do insurance, 1994-1997
H. C. Meyer, New York, 1978
George J. Mitchell, Florida, 1995
Jack Modder, New York, 1977-1978
Robert J. Mozer, New York, 1977
Thomas F. Murphy, Jr., Money Management Association and Fund for Government Investors, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
Robert R. Nathan Associates, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
National Association of Life Underwriters, Washington, D. C., 1981
National Child Identification Program, Texas, 1998
National Council of Senior Citizens, Washington, D. C., 1974-1981
National Underwriter correspondence about Bernard Rapoport's letter to the editor, Texas, 1994
Edward Netter, New York, 1975
Verne Newton, New York, 1976
Niederhoffer, Cross, and Zeckhauser, Inc., New York, 1978-1979
Northwest Airlines, Texas, 1990-1995
Nursing care, ZOA Group Insurance Administrators, Texas, 1990
David Arthur Oestrich, New York, 1975-1979
Jack Orben, New York, 1977
Anthony J. Parkinson, New York, 1978
Alan J. Patricof, New York, 1978
Austin H. Perlow, New York, 1978
Philips, Appel, and Walden, Inc., New York, 1975-1976
Lionel Pincus, New York, 1977
Pioneer Financial Services, Inc., and Pioneer Life Insurance, Peter Nauert, Illinois, 1986-1994
Bob Plackett, National Corporation for Housing Partnerships, Washington, D. C., 1981
Plan of Acquisition: National Financial Insurance Company and American Insurance Company of Texas, Texas, [ca. 1993]
Edward B. Polak, New York, 1977
Pomona First Federal Savings and Loan Association, California, 1976
Ken Pope, Compilers Plus Inc., New York, 1977
Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (PATCO), 1981
Protectogon Incorporated, Washington, D. C., 1981
Robert Quinlan Associates, New York, 1979
Richard W. Rappaport, New York, 1978-1979
William Regelson, Fund for Integrative Biomedical Research, Washington, D. C., 1981
John T. Renck, New York, 1976-1977
Barry Rosen, Key Man Corporation, New York, 1978
Stanley Rubenzahal, New York, 1977
Michael William Sacks, Washington, D. C., 1981
Jim S. Sale, New York, 1977
James Savarese and Associates, Washington, D. C., 1981
John Sayour, New York, 1976
Samuel Schlesinger, City of Hope, New York, 1979
Stephen I. Schlossberg, Zwerdling, Leibig, & Kahn, Washington, D. C., 1981
Eli J. Segal, New York, 1978
Martin E. Segal Company, New York, 1978
Arnold Seidman, New York, 1978
David Seifer, New York, 1978
Senior Citizens Unlimited, New York, 1978
Joseph E. Sheehan, Allen and Co., Inc., New York, 1978
Shep Sheinkman, re: Amivest Corporation, Washington, D. C., 1981
The Sherry-Netherland, New York, 1977-1979
Mark Shields, Washington, D. C., 1981
Henry Silverman, New York, 1977
Richard D. Simmins, New York, 1975
Alfred P. Slainer, New York, 1977-1978
Alex Smith, New York Sane Peace Council, New York, 1978
Stephen L. Solomon, re: National Retired Teachers Association, New York, 1978
Saul Steinberg, New York, 1979
Edward A. Stowell, New York, 1977-1978
Robert W. Strain, The College of Insurance, New York, 1976
Jacqueline Strauss, Washington, D. C., 1981
Al Terestman, New York, 1977
Laurence Tisch, Loews Corporation, New York, 1976
Preston Robert "Bob" Tisch, Loews Corporation, New York, 1976
Wall Street Journal, re: duplicate subscriptions, New York, [1977]
David A. Wechsler, re: Federated Hotel Corporation and Charles S. Caldwell, Washington, D. C., 1981
Peter Weiss, New York, 1975
John C. Whie, Washington, D. C., 1981
Mildred Wurf, re: death of Jerry Wurf, Washington, D. C., 1981
Young, Goldman, and Young Inc., New York, 1978
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4C512 American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), California, 1974
American Income Securities, Bill Lee, president, Texas, 1972-1973
Chaim Boneh, Texas, 2007
Ron Carey, Washington, D. C., 1997-1998
Andrew D. Clark, Texas
Community State Bank, Waco, Texas, 2000-2002
Tim Condon, Texas, 2008
Howard Coughlin, New York:
President, Office and Professional Employees International Union:
re: inaccurate charaterization of American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) in union publications, Washington, D. C., 1972
Office and Professional Employees International Union, 1975-1979
Chair, Labor Advisory Board, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1979-1984
David Edwards v. Citibank, N. A., New York, 1979
Bill Evatt, Attabox, Texas, 2008
Alexander Farac, Canada, 1991-1999
Richard Ford, Pennsylvania, 1990-1997
Irwin Fruchtman, Ohio, 1991-2000
Lenny Furer, Florida:
Itineraries, 1990-1999
Reports, 1999, 2002
Bernard Halpert, Tender Care, Inc., New York, 1974-1978
Christopher Heath, Texas, 2008
S. Lewis Hill, First American Real Estate Information Services, Inc., Texas, 2008
Histadrut, New York, 1976-1984
Rex Houze, Texas, 2008
C. B. Hudson, 2007
Louis L. Levine, Industrial Commissioner and Commissioner of Labor, New York, 1974-1978
Friends of William Lucy committee, Washington, D. C., 1978
William G. Moore, Jr., The Grayson Group, Inc., Texas, 2008
Policies:
Re: Medicare Bill, Texas, 1965-1970
Re: Social Security, Texas, [ca. 1960]-1974
A. Philip Randolph Institute, New York:
Education Fund, 1971-1981
Black Americans to Support Israel Committee, 1975
Randolph Institute, 1993-1999
Bernard Rapoport's schedule, Washington, D. C., 1978
Dean E. Sharp, Washington, D. C., 1968-1979
Todd Stein, Braeside Capital, LP, Texas, 2007-2008
Paul Straubel, Home Office Monthly Credit Union Newsletter Production Costs, Texas, 1995
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4C513 Activity Vector Analysis, Jim Huey, Texas, 1976
Carey Beard, Texas, 1981
Best-Latimer Agency and Bedford-Best Associates, Texas, 1980, undated
Clearinghouse on Corporate Social Responsibility, New York, 1976
Data Transmission Company, J. P. Guttenberg, Washington, D. C., 1976-1979
Richard A. Dell, Action Committee for Rural Electrification, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Federal Employee Insurance Project (FEGLI)
Federal Employee Insurance Project (FEGLI), 1974-1976
Federal Employee Insurance Association of the United States of America, John F. Hopkins, President, Texas, 1974
Max W. Fine, Committee for National Health Insurance, Washington, D. C., 1976
First Union National Bank of Colorado, 1983
General services, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1996, 1999
Re: Thomas E. Gresham, Texas, 1972
Cecil Ray Griffin, Florida, 1991-2007
Dayton Griffith, Jr., West Virginia, 1991
Joe Holley, Texas, 1998-1999
Joyce Holub, Texas, 1996-1998
House of Travel, Texas, 1980-1982
Industrial Direct Mail, Limited, Lists, New York, 1976
Oscar Jager, Communication Sciences, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1980
Mark Kaplan, New York, 1991-1995, 2001
J. J. (Jim) Kennedy, Washington, D. C., 1990-1994
Harvey R. Kohn, Oppenheimer and Co., Inc., 1978
Landau-Ransier, California, 1985-1997
Lists:
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) brochures and pamphlets, 1973-1976
Union rosters, 1968-1976
Utility companies, 1969
Assorted, 1976
William Marshall, Michigan, 1984-1997
Re: Ed Merkow deposition, Texas, 1995
National Health Insurance Conference, National Urban Coalition and Urban Coalition of Metropolitan San Antonio, Texas, 1974
National Income Life Insurance Company, Texas, 2007
Office and Professional Employees International Union, John Kelly, New York, 1992-1999
Jules Pagano, AIL Labor Newsletter, Washington, D. C., 2006-2007
Milton R. Polland, U. S. Ambassador to the Republic of the Marshall Island, California, 1993
Re: Public Sector editorial by Bernard Rapoport, New York, 1978
Melvin Reich, Colorado, 1982
Ian Sacks, Mesa Partners and Helpcare Inc., New York, 1999-2002
Senior Citizens Unlimited, New York, 1974-1981
Geoffrey B. Shields, Gardner, Carton, & Douglas, Illinois, 1992-1999
Signature Dental Plan, Illinois, [ca. 1993]
Alton Smith, Texas, 1978
Re: Russell Stein administrative hearing by U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Texas, 1997-1999
Cathey Steinberg, Georgia, 2001
Bill Strack, Senior Marketing Associates, Inc., re: Pharmacy Programs/Co-Health, Illinois, 1996
Texas Public Health Association, Helen Hill, Texas, 1976
Floyd W. Thatcher, Word Books, Texas, 1972
Tracor Computing Company, Texas, 1973-1975
Trustmark, Victor Jones, Ohio, 2002
Universal Life and Accident Insurance Company, Texas, 1960
Western Fidelity Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1958
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4C514 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas:
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1960-1962, 1979, 1994, 2004-2007
Agent count by level of submitted net ALP and length of service, Texas, 1981-1984
Charles S. (Chuck) Caldwell, Washington, D. C., and Texas, 1975-1983
W. Don and Ruth Ellinger, Texas, 1965-1973
Richard Ford and the Association of State General Agents, Pennsylvania, 1972-1977
Bert Lance, Georgia, 1991-1993
Linda Lewis-McGowan, Interracial Council for Business Opportunity and Avante International Systems Corporation, Texas, 1975-1977
Lone Star Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1971-1972
Milton Meltzer, Bread and Roses, etc., New York, 1967-1976
Mumbles, Ltd., James H. Boren and Peter Gamble, Washington, D. C., 1970-1974
National Liberty Life Insurance Company, Pennsylvania, 1973
re: Laurence J. Peter, The Peter Plan, New York, 1975-1976
Ruder and Finn, Inc., New York, 1975-1981
U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1981
Universal Underwriters Service Inc., Wisconsin, 1964-1973
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4C515 American Family Cancer Plan, Inc., John B. Amos, Georgia, 1968-1973
Bonneville-Sylvan Life Insurance Company, Fred J. Bacon, Jr., Utah, 1969-1973
Harold Camnitz, Wisconsin, 1967-1981
Candlelight Memorial Plan, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1965
Consumers Communication Corporation, Ted Isaac, Kansas, 1972-1976
William J. Davey, Indiana, 1958-1982
Employers Reinsurance Corporation, Missouri, 1964-1967
Anthony H. Hinrichs, Texas, 1975-1979
Keogh Bill, U. S. Internal Revenue Services, Texas and Arkansas, 1962-1968
Laudenbach-Ford Agency, Ohio, 1966-1975
Carlos Moore, Washington, D. C., and Texas, 1966-1975
National Association of Insurance Commissioners:
General, Wisconsin, 1970-1978
Meetings:
Cleveland, Ohio, and Chicago, Illinois, 1970
New York City, New York, 1971
Miami, Florida, 1971
Denver, Colorado, 1972
Atlanta, Georgia, 1972
Washington, D. C., 1973
Las Vegas, Nevada, 1973
National Benefit Insurance Company, Iowa, 1952, undated
Walter Polner, A. S. C. U., Wisconsin, 1976-1984
Slate-Griffith Agency, Virginia, 1980
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4C516 Sidney J. and Kenneth Bertin, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) agents and United Insurance Company of America, Michigan, 1966-1976
Gerald A. Brown, Texas, 1986
Lawrence G. Chait, Chait and Company, Inc., New York, 1971-1974
Diana Crosby, Texas, 1987
Customer Service, Debra Tierney, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1984
Executive Investment Committee, American Income Life, Texas, 1982
The First Women's Bank, New York, 1974-1975
Gill Savings, Texas, 1981-1983
Vernie Grahn, The H. R. Pierson Printing Company, Indiana, 1958-1967
Grantour Travels, Inc., Texas, 1983-1985
Hancock and Hancock Agency, Indiana, 1968-1979
Joyce Lillard, re: agency's balances, Texas, 1983
Marcus Loftis, Texas, 1982-1986
Bill Martin, Texas, 1987
Mesbic Financial Corporation, Texas, 1977-1983
National Association of Insurance Commissioners:
Meetings:
San Francisco, California, 1974
Mexico City, 1974
New Orleans, Louisiana, 1976
Phoenix, Arizona, 1976
Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Miami Beach, Florida, 1977
Chicago, Illinois, 1979
Detroit, Michigan, 1981
National Association of Retired Persons, Texas, 1983
National Quotation Bureau, pink shets for NASDAQ quote, New York, 1975-1980
Roy Peterson, Texas, 1982
SANE, National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Inc., New York, 1966
Harry B. Shain, Texas, 1965-1969
Ralph Shikes, New York, 1970
Charles Terrell, Unimark Companies, Texas, 1975-1979
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4C517 All regional and/or state general agents, all states, 1964-1966
Alvin J. Adelman, Texas, 1971-1975
Joe Arvin, Texas, 1976-1982
Communications Director, Carolyn Ladendorf and Sarah Kubacak, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1982-1987
Department of Insurance, approval of policies, American Standard Insurance Corporation, 1941-1954
George F. Dillman, Dillman-Berry and Associates, Texas, 1975-1987
George Farenthold, Texas, 1985-1986
First National Bank of McGregor, Texas, 1976-1983
Lewis C. Frank, Jr., and family, New York, 1966-1974
A. C. Helms, Texas, 1971-1984
June L. Karp, Texas Federation of Teachers, Texas, 1975-1981
Dean Lathrop, Texas, 1974-1976
William Lee, Texas, 1965-1987
Management Advisory Committee, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Indiana, 1955-1958
E. F. McDonald Co. note, Ohio, undated [ca. 1970s]
"My Month" Conference, 1965
"My Month" Contest, April-July 1963
"My Month" Convention for 1966, 1965-1967
National Association of Insurance Commissioners meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1970-1975
National Bank of Commerce, purchase and collections agreement, 1978-1983
Eli J. Sagan, includes Senate “72,” New York, 1971-1974
Texas AFL-CIO, Harry Hubbard, H. S. “Hank” Brown, and Roy R. Evans, Texas, 1970-1984
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4C530 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO):
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), 1961-1971
Board of Directors, 1963-1970
Dividend, 1963
Investments, 1963-1966
John T. Barnett, Jr., compliance officer, Texas, 1975-1976
Kathy Bolt, Texas, 1979-1980
Income Investment Corporation:
Balance sheets and cash statements, 1963-1966
Board of Directors, Minutes, 1963-1970
Financial and legal documents, 1965-1972
Reinsurance Investment Corporation, New Jersey, 1963
Report on Examination, Financial Statement, 1967
Tax returns for 1966, 1967, and 1971, dated 1967, 1972
Michael M. Michaels, New York, 1959-1965
Hornsby Mims, 1956
Mel Morgan, Security Bank and Trust Company, 1969
The Allan Morris Company, New York, 1960
Edward B. Morris, Associates Inc., Pierce-Governor Group, Indiana, 1955-1956
Parties, seminars, speeches of Bernard Rapoport, dinner/business meetings, etc., 1956
Reinsurance of Trinity Reserve Business through American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) to American Bankers Insurance Company, 1956-1958
Reinsurance of Trinity Reserve Life Insurance Company by American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), 1956-1957
Shareowners, Great American Life, 1958-1959
Trinity Reserve Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1952-1961
Jim York, re: Flash Bulletin, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), 1981
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4C531 Jean Gilchrist, Texas, 1975-1979
International Union of Police Associations, Washington, D. C., 1984-1985
Income Investment Corporation:
Blank stock certificate book, [ca. 1960s]
Financial Statements, 1964-1968
Paid Bills, 1963-1967
Investment companies, New York, 1956-1967
Duncan MacKeen, actuary, Texas, 1976-1980
E. L. Merkow, general agent, Arizona, California, Louisiana, 1960-1967
Terry Murphy, 1976-1980
"My Month" Production period, 1964
Edward R. Nadalin, Texas, 1963-1964
National Association of Insurance Commissioners, Health Insurance Association of America, 1960-1963
National Association of Insurance Commissioners, 1965-1969
National Association of Insurance Commissioners Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1969
National Old Line Insurance Company, Arkansas, 1955-1960
National Security Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1955-1962
New York Hanseatic, 1964-1970
Jules Pagano, 1994-1995
Parties, 1953-1955
Reinsurance Investment Company (RIC) legal files pertaining to stocks, 1960
Jim Sarver, home office, Texas, 1972-1976
Danny Uptmore, Texas, 1978-1979
L. Albert Whitlow, Texas, 1965-1975
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4C532 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO):
Correspondence to and from the Board of Directors, 1959-1963
2nd and 3rd stock issues, 1954-1955
Finance Committee, 1955-1956
Forecast, 1960
Investments, 1956-1960
Reinsurance of American Standard Insurance Corporation, 1954
Comments on accounting procedures, 1961-1964
Dave Daniels, 1975
General Services, Texas, 1976-1992
MacDonald and Company, 1956-1961
Marsh-Corrigan, Chillicothe, Ohio, 1959-1962
David Massner, Arkansas, 1961
Military data, 1956-1970
National Bankers Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1956-1965
J. James Ostezan, seminars, 1967-1968
Steno book schedules, 1984-1988
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4C533 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), financial statements, 1961
Letter from Marcus Loftis to International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers by Ouida Hinsley, 1982
David "Ron" Maddox, Canada, 1968-1970
Robert S. Maurer, Washington, D. C., 1969-1971
Jules Pagano, 1981-1992
Steno book schedules, 1982-1988
State of Ohio Department of Insurance correspondence, 1954-1964
Frank A. Woods, Sun Group, Tennessee, 1986
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4C534 Alex Brown & Sons, 1991-1994
Amalgamated Bank of Chicago, Robert Wrobel, 1992
American Stock Exchange, 1962-1983
Bear Stearns, 1991-1994
Caywood-Christian, 1989-1992
Continental Bank, 1991-1992
Drexel Burnham & Co., New York, 1973-1979
Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., 1980-1986
E. F. Hutton & Co., Inc., 1978-1988
Eppler, Guerin, & Turner, Inc., Texas, 1977-1982
First Boston Corporation, David Seifer, 1976-1994
First Coast Capital Management, Inc., Florida, 1987
Growth Stock Outlook, Maryland, 1980-1987
Glickenhaus and Company, New York, 1987-1992
Home Office correspondence, North Carolina, 1972-1976
Investment company, Indiana, 1957-1982
Investment correspondence, Maryland, 1980
Investment companies, Pennsylvania, 1956-1994
Investment companies, Texas, 1990-1994
Lazard Freres, 1982-1992
Luther King Capital Management, 1989
Morgan Stanley, New York, 1986-1993
New York Stock Exchange, 1962-1992
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4C536 Building (Union Office Building), 1978-1979
Chamber of Commerce and Better Business Bureau, 1952-1975
Bruce Dickes, Texas, 1984-1985
James R. Dickson, Jr., Texas, 1973-1979
Fidelity Banker's Life Insurance Corporation, Virginia, 1958-1966
Goldman, Sachs, & Co., New York, 1961-1993
Helms-Brown Report, 1980
Junior Growth Stocks, Charles Allmon, president, Maryland, 1978
J. C. Knight, Oklahoma, 1975
Lomas & Nettleton Financial Corp., 1978-1990
Madison National Life Insurance Co., Wisconsin, undated
The Marakas Model, Ohio, 1972
Sam Jack McGlasson, Texas, 1979
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc., Indiana, 1956-1994
Miles Glaser, Global Steel Corporation, 1972-1976
Mitchell, Hutchins, Inc., New York, 1973-1974
National Underwriter, Ohio, 1975
Neuberger-Berman Company, New York, 1986-1992
Oppenheimer & Co., Inc., New York, 1978-1993
Oregon banks, 1964-1968
Oregon Hairdressers Association, 1977-1978
Olympic National Insurance Company, Washington, 1950-1956
Paine, Webber, Jackson & Curtis, William R. Curry, 1956-1994
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., 1956-1961
Pflueger & Baerwald Inc., California, 1977-1980
Prudential Securities, Inc., 1992
Republic National, sample brokerage contract, 1958
Robinson Humphrey, American Express, Georgia, 1981-1992
Rotan Mosle, Inc., Texas, 1971-1981
Stephen's Inc., Arkansas, 1986
Hal K. Snyder, Tarheel News Network, North Carolina, 1977-1978
Stocks of the Future, Illinois, 1979-1987
Television Station Information, Texas, 1977
Texas State Teachers proposal, 1965
Tucker, Anthony, & R. L. Day, New York, 1986-1992
Union Fidelity Life Insurance Co. and Fidelity Interstate Life, Pennsylvania, 1956-1972
Weber, Hall, Cobb, & Caudle, Inc., Texas, 1976-1990
Wertheim Schroder Investment Services, 1991-1994
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4J438i Grant Anderson, California, 1977
Arkansas, Right to Work Law, 1976
Bulletins to SGAs only, [folders 1 and 2 of 8] 1980-1990
Jack Catain (Rusco), California, 1973-1981
Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., Connecticut, 1967-1975
Credit unions, California, 1976-1979
Executive Health, California, 1981
George M. Fields, 1966-1978
General agents, Arizona, 1958-1978
Home Office correspondence:
Arkansas, 1958-1968
California, 1964-1982
Fred Hudson, 1980-1985
Loyal American Life Insurance Co., Matthew S. Metcalfe, Jr., president, Alabama, 1973-1982
Dale Marr, Operating Engineer, California, 1978
Barry Marks, Texas, 1985
Miscellaneous agents:
Arkansas, 1957-1977
California, 1969-1974
Colorado, 1965-1972
Penn Life, Penncorp, California, undated
Pennsylvania Life Insurance Co., 1972-1977
Texas Commerce Bank, 1978-1979
Union Service Associates, H. S. "Hank" Brown, Harold Grubbs, Manny Sella, July 1975
box
4C538 Bulletins to SGAs only, [folders 3-8 of 8] 1980-1990
Company contributions, 1981-1988
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4C539 Speeches:
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) conventions:
"American Income Philosophy," Lake Tahoe, 1981
"Just a Salesperson," 1983
"Resignation Before Death," 1982
"Sequential and Segmented Objective," speech to AILIC company convention, 1980
State General Agents speech at Lake of the Ozark, Missouri, convention, 1972
"Tired of Losing: The Agony of Success," My Month convention, San Antonio, 1984
A. Philip Randolph Institute, 1985
Analysts and slides, 1981
"The Magic of Thinking Big," by David Schwartz, 1981
Minnesota AFL-CIO:
"America, It's Worth a Try," 1980
"What Do Workers Want?" speech to Minnesota AFL-CIO, 1987
"Give Me That Ol' Time Religion," speech to Minnesota AFL-CIO, 1985
"How Soon We Forget," 1984
"Progress," notes for talk at Minnesota AFL-CIO convention, 1976
Speeches to Minnesota AFL-CIO, 1977-1979, 1981-1983, 1990
"Motivation and Success Qualities," by Paul Meyer, 1981
"Mutual Fund Presentation," 1973
"Power of Goal Setting," by Paul Meyer, 1981
"Possibility Thinking," Dr. Robert Schuler, 1983
"Rationale of Hour Power," by Bernard Rapoport, 1978-1982
Regional agency meetings:
"As You Perceive, So Will You Be Perceived," speech for regional agency meetings, 1983
"You're at the Wheel," speech for regional meetings, 1982
"You've Got the Money, Are You Willing to Pay the Price?," 1981
State general agent meetings:
"Anxiety vs. Security," 1979
"Don't Be Dead to Thrill," 1983
"Heaven or Hell," 1984
"I Don't Have to Prove Anything," 1980
"Leader or Follower," Dallas, 1987
"Penury, Profit, and Promotion," Dallas, 1986
"Profit," Waco, 1983
"Seeing the Light at the End of the Tunnel," 1984
Speech to state general agents, 1982
Speeches, Dallas, 1990
State general agents meeting speech, 1983
State general agents meeting, Dallas, 1988
Quarterly meeting remarks, 1984
"You Challenge Our Response," 1984
Unions:
"A Backward Look at Unionism and Expressions of Hope for Unionism in the Future," speech to Federal Mediation, 1988
International Union of Chemical Workers, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1990
Histadrut
Dinner speech, 1981
Dinner speech, Denver, 1979
Dinner speech, Phoenix, 1978
Meeting, San Francisco, 1979
"How Soon We Forget," speech for the painters, 1984
Texas State Building and Construction Trades Council, 1985
Unnumbered bulletins, [folders 1 and 2 of 4] 1985-1991
Wives' letters, 1973-1991
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4C541 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) Hall of Fame, 1982
Fred Carr Associates, California, 1970-1979
Group supplemental Medicare coverage, 1983
Investment company
Miscellaneous states, 1958-1994
Illinois, 1961-1994
Labor Advisory Board:
Board luncheon, 1990
Board meeting, 1982-1984
Board trip, Scandinavia, 1983
Executive committee meeting, 1983
Memos, 2001-2007
Letters to terminated agents, 1979
Regional agency meeting, California, 1983
Scottsdale, Arizona, trip, E. F. Hutton Co., 1981
SGA meeting for Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, 1984
Special bulletin, 1979
Special bulletin re: Advertising - Prior approved required acknowledgements, 1979
Speeches:
"Are Insurance Agents Really People?," National Health Conference, 1974
"The Best Surprise Is No Surprise," 1976
"Economic Immunization"
"In Order to Give Light to Others, One Must First Set Fire to Himself," 1978
"P for Profit"
Photocopy of Union Hotel Guide, [Separated to BCAH Library] 2001
Union literature, 1965-1986
Unnumbered bulletins, [folders 3 and 4 of 4] 1985-1991
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4C547 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) Advisory Board, 1977-1990
Best of the Week Contest, 1983-1984
Joseph Dillinger, Pennsylvania, 1966-1968
James L. Karr, vice president, Western Reserve Life Assurance Company of Ohio, 1973
George Lublin, Pennsylvania, 1966-1967
Loans:
Joe L. Albritton, 1971
The Indiana National Bank, 1966
Joseph J. Peltz, Stamford, Connecticut, 1968
Texas National Bank of Commerce, Houston, 1967
Charles McMahon, 1984-1987
George Meany 85th birthday tribute, 1980
Miami, Florida, trip, 1981-1983
Pioneer American Insurance Company:
Pioneer American Insurance Company, 1958-1960
Financial documents, 1954-1956
Radio station KORC, National Broadcasting Company (NBC), 1958-1967
Realty Investment Associates, Plan #1, 1964-1971
United States Life Insurance Company, annual report, 1967-1968
Van Heusen, New York, New York, 1966
Thomas T. Vradelis, Dayton, Ohio, 1960
Wabash Fire and Casualty Insurance, Indianapolis, 1953-1963
Wabash Life Insurance Company, Indianapolis, 1953-1967
Wabash Loan and Finance Corporation, 1956-1957
H. Waldman, Pennsylvania, 1964
Lloyd Webster, Texas, 1964
Jerry Weiner, Leasing Security Policyholders Service, 1964
Western Reserve Life Assurance Company of Ohio, Cleveland, 1969
Lloyd Winburn, California, 1970
Charles O. Wingrove, Alaska, 1972-1973
Beryl J. Wolk, president, Goodway, Inc., 1971-1972
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4C548 American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Texas, 1953-1959
Banks, Texas, 1956-1966
Al Bedford, Texas, 1963-1972
Co-ops, Florida, 1969
Bruce Darling, Texas, 1975
General agents, Pennsylvania, 1957-1968
E. E. "Hawk" Hughes, Florida, 1981
How Are We Doing Project, 1987-1990
Income Investment Corporation, 1963-1967
Insurance Management Agency, 1956-1961
Long-Holtman, Illinois, 1969-1975
Morgan Stanley, American Income Holdings, Inc., postmortem, April 2, 1992
Arnold M. Picker, Florida, 1968-1976
John Rogers, April Associates and Futura Press, 1971-1972
Seaboard Life Insurance Company of America, Florida, 1964-1966
Union letters, Florida, 1969
Charles R. Watson, Texas, 1963
Edward J. Wallen, Michigan, 1960-1961
Ben Wayne, Howard B. Schwartz, 1964-1965
Harry Weisbart, American Employee Insurance Agency, California, 1973-1976
Richard Weininger, Premier Investing Corp., president, New York, 1961-1964
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4C553 Actuarial, 1980-1993
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), 1987-1989
4-H Nickel-A-Day . . . Special Risk, 1963-1973
Federal Life and Casualty Company
Graig Associates, Maryland, 1980
Cecil Ray Griffin, Florida, 1975-1987
Gulf American Land Corporation, Florida, 1966-1971
Home office correspondence, Florida, 1958-1972
Inland Employees Federal Credit Union, Indiana, 1984
John R. Long, Osborne-Kemper-Thomas, Indiana, 1953-1973
Michigan map, undated
Miscellaneous agents, Massachusetts, 1968-1977
Pater Nielson, 1969-1975
Bernard Rapoport, Edward Fred, Kfar Bealik, Israel, 1965-1974
Bernard Rapoport expense file, 1980-1986
David Rapoport, promissory note to National Bank of Commerce of San Antonio, 1963-1966
Arthur M. Sells, Directory Service Company, Iowa, 1968-1971
State of Indiana, maps, undated
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4C556 American Integrity Corporation, Pennsylvania, 1986-1987
Amivest Corporation, 1983-1988
Colonial Life and Accident, Pennsylvania, 1977-1979
Moe Foner, New York, 1978-1987
Geane B. Gill, 1966-1980
Global Accident and Life Insurance, Oklahoma, 1962-1980
Charles Hamel, 1973-1986
Michael Harbert, New York, 1981-1984
John Hintzen, Brooklyn, New York, 1978
Issac, approved letters and materials, Kansas, 1973-1974
Kentucky correspondence, 1958-1977
Kentucky maps and magazines, 1963
London trip, 1983
Miscellaneous agents, Mississippi, 1959-1981
Miscellaneous agents, Pennsylvania, 1968-1976
My Month convention, 1968-1982
National Small Business Association, Washington, D. C., 1986
Oklahoma Right to Work letters to editors, January 1986
Scandinavia trip, 1983
Louis B. Susman, Missouri, 1969-1980
United Federal Employees Association, 1982-1983
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4C558 Airlines, 1956-1977
Amivest Corporation, Emmanuel Sella, 1975-1987
Articles:
Forbes Magazine article, October 1980
"Texas' Top 20 Titans" article, 1980
"Mr. Rapoport: Waco Man Advancing into World of Profits" article, 1980
Israel-Egypt trip, March 29-April 12, 1982
Italy trip, 1982
Labor Advisory Board:
London trip, 1979
Mexico trip, 1978
Spain trip, 1977-1978
National Council of Senior Citizens, Washington, D. C., 1981-1988
Texas Business magazine article, 1980
Trips file, 1974-1983
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4C562 Bernard H. Barnett, president, Reinsurance Investment Corporation (RIC), Kentucky, 1963-1973
Braniff Business Club, Texas, 1987
Check-off authorization forms for Arkansas Right to Work Law, 1976
Department of Insurance, California, 1965-1986
Dunne's International Insurance Reports, Kentucky, 1958-1962
England, 1996-2000
Eliot Janeway, Janeway Publishing and Research Corporation, New York, 1977
The Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1962-1977
Maryland Agencies, 1958-1970
Midwestern United Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1960-1970
Multivest International, Inc., Indiana, 1973
New Mexico Maps and Booklet, 1955
Pictorial Publishers, A. T. "Skip" Lange, Indianapolis, 1952-1978
Research and Review Service, Indiana, 1958-1976
Santa Fe Downs, Inc., 1972-1976
John Shaheen, New York, 1984-1985
Ski file, Ellis, Coughlin, Block, New York, 1975-1976
Stanley B. Yarmuth, Tractor Supply Company Industries, (TSC), Florida Development Properties, 1963-1976
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4C564 Bernard H. Barnett, President, Reinsurance Investment Corporation (RIC), Kentucky, 1963-1973
John Bickel, Florida, 1977
Carl Bortell's tape: Manslaughter, Insurance Ministry, Self-Discipline, June 4, 1986
The Cambridge Reports, Inc., Patrick H. Caddell, Massachusetts, 1974-1975
COMBANK, Winter Park, Florida, President Phil Handy, 1977-1979
Consumer-Investor Planning Corporation, Minnesota, 1962
Continental Casualty Company, Chicago, Armand Summer, Vice-President, 1969-1973
Tom Hopkins, Champions Unlimited, "How to Master the Art of Selling Anything", May 1986
Institute of Life Insurance, New York, 1954-1965
Investment companies, New York, 1977-1986
Investments, William E. Chambers, Fulton, Reid & Co., Incorporated, Old City Securities Corp., Indiana, 1965-1957
Don Keith, Connecticut and Florida, 1972-1977
"Key to Motivation" by Bob Conklin, undated
Lloyd M. Levin, "All Together", Illinois, 1965-1977
Jack H. McKenzie, Secretary-Treasurer, United Labor Centre, 1974-1975
National Association of Life Companies, Atlanta, Georgia, 1961-1967
National Retirement Insurance Company, Michigan, undated
Dr. Jules Pagano, Washington, D. C., 1992-1994
Parle, Inc., Coombes, Georgia, 1973
Bernard Rapoport press release, "Low interest home loans for workers proposed by insurance company head", November 26, 1969
Rudolph S. Rasin Corporation, Illinois, 1973-1979
David B. Robinson, Florida, 1973-1981
Wayne National Life Insurance Company, Michigan, 1966-1967
John Wilson, Pennsylvania, 1989
J. Zipkes, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1959-1961
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4C565 Charles B. Cooper, Texas, 1985-1988
General Agents training school, 1988-1989
Green Carpet Flash, 1986-1987
Indiana Department of Insurance, Indiana, 1940-1958
Indiana Sheriff’s Association Group, Indiana, 1955-1956
Lapse test mailing, 1988
Managers’ Training & PR School, 1988-1990
Mutual of Omaha Association, 1964-1974
National Council of Senior Citizens phone survey, Noreen Banks, 1988
New recruit booklet, 1986
Phillips Explosion in Pasadena, 1989
Regional meeting:
Georgia, 1988
Indianapolis, Indiana, 1988
Spotlight, 1969-1989
State General Agents committee meeting, 1988-1991
Underwriting Tips, 1986-1988
Vietnam Veterans, New York, 1980
Bob Winn, National PR, 1988-1989
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4C572 Bernard Rapoport Bulletins, #1-221 and unnumbered, 1971-1976
Executive Planning Committee, minutes, miscellaneous, 1974
Miscellaneous contracts, 1962-1964
Proposed bonus change response, 1984
Bernard Rapoport:
Agent and manager contracts
Trips, 1966-1969
Small business, Texas, 1988
State General Agents:
Association committee meeting, 1986
Bulletin, number 201, 1980
Systems, 1980-1987
Travel pass, Western Airlines, Texas, 1984
Votes, re: changing Monday Morning Meeting tape, 1989
Rhonda York, Texas, 1986-1989
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4C573 American Bankers Life Assurance Company of Florida, Miami, Florida, undated
Al Barkan, Washington, D. C., 1984-1987
Charles B. Cooper, Texas, 1981-1985
Federal Trade Commission, 1977
General Agents school, 1985
Internal Revenue Service, Washington, D. C., 1971-1973
Milton Kotler, Alliance for Neighborhood Government, 1980
Yancey F. Martin, 1972-1982
National Quotation Bureau, New York, 1981-1985
People's Business Commission, Randy Barber and Jeremy Rifkin, Washington, D. C., 1979-1982
Claude Pepper, insurance fraud investigation, 1981
Mort Schwartz, Washington, D. C., 1977
State General Agents:
Meeting, Dallas, 1986
Regional meeting, Dallas, 1985
Meeting materials, undated
Meeting, Jim Surace on Hour Power, 1986
Recruiting, 1986
Speech and potpourri, 1986
Credit unions, 1986
Telephone, operations, 1986
Survivors' benefit replacement, Jim Solomon, 1986
Committee meeting, Dallas, 1987
Meeting in New Orleans, 1986
Frank Thompson, Washington, D. C., 1985-1988
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4C575 All About Travel, Texas, 1983-1989
Roy Boston, Texas, 1972-1976
Bill Dodds, United Auto Workers, Washington, D. C., 1965-1986
Investment Companies:
California, 1965-1993
Georgia, 1969-1989
Washington, D. C., 1960-1984
Easy Understanding of Universal Life, 1985
Quarterly bonus memo, 1980
State General Agents:
Bulletin #295, "Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace," response, 1984
Meeting materials, 1984-1986
Quiz, 1984-1985
Charles Terrell, Unimark Companies, Texas, 1980-1989
Trade Union Advertising, Alexander Smith, New York, 1966-1980
"Winning Through Intimidation" by Robert J. Ringer, 1981
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4C581 Addresses, undated
The AI Spotlight, 1977
Vera L. Allen retirement, 1977
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) National Labor Advisory Board, 1976-1977
Annual Report to Stockholders of Pioneer American Insurance Company, 1975
Auditors, 1975-1977
C3, Capital Expenditure Sheet, Central Texas Ironworks Financial Statement, 1976
Charles B. Cooper, Texas, 1975-1981
Executive Planning Committee (E. P. C.), 1976
Financial, 1977
L12, 1977
Managers file, Texas, 1983
Miscellaneous agents, Utah, 1968
Newspaper, 1975-1976
Organizational Chart, 1977
Originals, 1977
Procedures, undated
S. B. "Bun" Raley, Texas, 1964-1987
Rapoport Christmas gifts, 1976
Reserve Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1959-1972
Requisition forms, 1977
Michael A. Robinson, Texas, 1977
Sales material, 1984
Sales presentations, 1962-1987
Schools, 1977
Self-Motivation for Winners, undated
Jim Solomon's presentation, 1984
The Spirit of American Income Life, and how it relates to Mr. New American Income Life Agent, 1978-1980
Sharon Stone, Concepts Unlimited, Ft. Worth, Texas, 1979-1980
State General Agents, Wives Tour, 1976
Temple National Bank, Temple, Texas, 1969-1984
A. Leon Thompson, Jr., Texas, 1980
Underwriting questions, 1980
Union Bankers Insurance Company, Texas, 1963-1971
Union Industries show, AFL-CIO, 1975-1977
What is Expected of a General Agent by Bernard Rapoport, 1979
Wisconsin National Life Insurance Company, 1964-1965
Xerox Jobs, undated
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4C583 Alvin L. Adelman, 1980-1991
Advice for new state general agents, 1982-1983
John F. Beasley Construction Company, 1977
H. S. "Hank" Brown, Texas, 1971-1980
Constables Association, 1986-1988
Editorials:
The Texas Observer, "Philosophy of a Company Which Rejects the 'Plantation Theory'", 1979
Waco Tribune-Herald:
"Who is in Charge?" editorial, 1985
"Out of Work" editorial, 1985
"Regulations: Good or Bad?" editorial, 1985
"Kings X" editorial, 1984
"There is a Price to be Paid" editorial, 1986
Home office correspondence:
Alaska, 1959-1961
Arizona, 1959-1961
Illinois, 1959-1978
Pennsylvania, 1958-1970
Rhode Island, 1965
Tennessee, 1964
Virginia, 1972-1977
Washington, 1962-1964
West Virginia, 1965
Wisconsin, 1967-1976
Letters to the Editor:
Washington Star, re: J.P. Stevens, NLRB, 1979
Wall Street Journal:
Re: Irving Kristol’s Article on Unions, 1978
Re: "Union Free Environment", 1979
Re: Joan S. Lublin Article, 1981
Re: Boycott GM, 1981
Re: "Union Privileges Distort the Market", 1982
New York Times, re: bank gifts, not published, 1980
Insurance Workers, Letter to Mr. Pollack, 1980
Ray Marshall Project Release, 1982
Newspaper ads and responses, 1964-1972
Ohio maps
Claude Pepper commends American Life Insurance Company, 1980
Claude Pepper News Release, 1980
Policy Benefits, Texas, 1991-1994
Publicity, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), 1965-1967
Recruiting, Idaho, 1967-1979
Herrick Roth, 1977-1989
Training a new agent, 1981
Want ads, 1963-1973
Want ads, Agents and General Agents, 1961-1978
Marvin L. Warner, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) Board Member, Florida, 1974-1999
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4C586 Ad File, Canada, 1988
J. C. Bradford, Bradford & Company, Tennessee, 1962-1965
M. F. Bradley, M. F. Bradley and Associates, Wisconsin, 1957-1958
Jonas Broner, Missouri, 1962-1965
H. S. "Hank" Brown and Roy R. Evans, Texas, 1965-1969
Brown & Holley Agency, Special Life, Carl Dean Brown, Harold R. Holley, Texas, 1957
Lawrence Bruckman, The Lawrence Bruckman Company, Inc., Texas, 1963-1964
Vic Fingerhut, Washington, D. C., 1990-1991
Home Office Correspondence:
Kansas, 1965
Kentucky, 1958-1972
Michigan, 1959-1976
Oscar Jager, newsletter, Washington, D. C., 1967-1968
Lyman Jones, Texas, 1966-1967
Mary and Lyman Jones, newspaper, 1967-1968
Charles B. Jordan, Florida, 1965
Bernard M. Kahn, New York, 1965-1967
Jules Love, New York, 1997-1998
Map:
Alaska, undated
Arizona, undated
Oklahoma, undated
Mileage Plus Travel Survey, Arizona, undated
Miscellaneous Agents, New Hampshire, 1967
George Mitchell’s Autograph Book Requests, 1997
Jules Pagano, Washington, D. C., 1997-1999
Referrals, California, undated
Scholarships:
Alabama, 1976-1977
Alaska, 1976
Arizona, 1976
California, 1978
Iowa, 1976
New Hampshire, 1976
Washington, 1976
Wisconsin, 1976
Wyoming, 1976
Walter Teague, Florida, 1984-1990
Sarah Weddington, Texas, 1981-1998
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4J438f Al Barkan, Washington, D. C., 1988-1999
Pat Beard, Texas, 1957-1997
Board of Directors, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), S. Brachman, M. Ginsburg, Harold L. Goodman, 1954
Hensley & Logan, Attorneys, 1953-1956
John Herbstomer, New York, 1986
Home Office correspondence, Oklahoma, 1957-1963
Inter-American Development Corporation, Project, Dominican Republic, Book 4, Pennsylvania, 1964
Allie Jackson, Allie Jackson Insurance Agency, Kentucky, 1958-1962
Oscar Jager, newsletter, Indiana, 1969-1970
Life Investors Insurance Company, Iowa, 1967-1973
Robert M. Livingstone, Michigan, 1963-1964
James Cuff O’Brien, O’Brien and Friedsam, Texas, 1966-1976
Scholarships:
Oregon, 1976
Pennsylvania, 1976-1977
Rhode Island, 1976
South Dakota, 1976
Utah, 1976
Southern Equitable Life Insurance Company, Arkansas, 1961-1962
Southwest Indemnity & Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1960-1962
Southern Medical & Hospital Service, Bert McDaniel, Attorney, Texas, 1947-1948, 1956
Sovereign States Insurance Company, Louis Miller, Tennessee, 1960-1963
Special Life, Indiana, 1956-1959
Special Risk File, 1957-1960
William J. Wood, Indiana, 1954-1966
Henry S. Woodbridge, Formerly of Lee Higginson which merged into Hayden Stone, Incorporated, New York, 1959-1968
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4J438m American Airlines, A’Advantage Club, Texas, 1990-1997
American Union Shoppers, Iowa, 1986
Arkansas, Maps, undated
Charles B. Cooper, Texas, 1988-1997
Franklin Life, 1961-1985
Lenny Furer, Texas, 1987-1993
Giles, Texas, American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) Lapse Experience, 1985
S. Ross Greenwood, 1983-1993
Home Office Correspondence:
New Jersey, 1963
New Mexico, 1959-1966
John Kennedy, California, 1984-1987
Nevada, Miscellaneous Agents, 1964-1969
Norwich Union, Norwich, England, 1992-1993
Neil Offen, Washington, D. C., 1979-1989
Jules Pagano, Washington, D. C., 1993-1997
Mark Pape, Texas, 1992-1994
Robert M. Plackett, Maryland, 1977-1979
Preface to credit unions (Rev. 3-9) by Bernard Rapoport, [ca. 1979-1988]
Secret of the Week Agency, 1989-1993
T.H.E., 1985-1993
Total Wellness 2000+, 1994
Trip Jan. 30, 1992. BR to be speaker for the Municipal Clerks & Secretaries-luncheon. Austin, Texas, 1991-1992
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4J438r Combined Insurance Company of America (CHGO) Napoleon Hill Associates (W. Clement Stone), 1952-1988
Credit Unions by Doug Manning, Jerry Newell, and Bernard Rapoport (transcribed tape), [ca. 1979-1988]
Departments of Insurance:
Alabama, 1958-1999
Arizona, 1957-1992
Texas, 1960-2000
Virginia, 1964-1996
Desecration by Bernard Rapoport, Subject for Saturday Call of 1-9-88, 1988
Grace and Kenefick, Maryland, 1982-1991
Home Office Correspondence, Indiana, 1963-1996
Ted Isaac, Consumers Community Corporation, Kansas, 1976-1981
Joe Best:
Joe Best Completes the Joint Whole Life Worksheet, 1980
Joe Best – Credit Union, 1984
Joe Best Discusses Credit Unions, 1979
Latta Baucom , Texas, 1992-1993
Kathy Lockhart, Texas, 1997-1998
Miracle of Hour Power (A Joe Best Presentation), 1981
Jules Pagano, Washington, D. C., 1999-2001
Policy Benefits, Texas, 1994-1999
Policy Issue Department, Texas, 1979-1990
Policyowners’ Service, 1979-1996
Bernard Rapoport, Bulletins, 1968-1969
R.L. Polk & Co., Lists and Catalogs, California, 1976-1985
Scholarships:
Arkansas, April 16, 1976
Missouri, April 16, 1976
West Virginia, April 16, 1976
The Wall Street Transcript, 1986-1990
Wall Street Journal, letter for advertisement of Executive Vice President for Administration, Texas, April 8, 1975
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4J275 Alvin L. Adelman, Texas, 1964-1971
Marvin Adelson, 1961-1964
Ads, Recruiting -- Reports, 1956-1957
Advertising, 1953-1958
All American Casualty Company, Illinois, 1954-1964
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO):
Analysis of Consolidation, Indiana, 1963
Roadshow Itinerary, Texas, 1992
American Institute of Management, New York, 1966-1967
American Insurance Digest and Monitor, T.C. Hill, Chicago, Illinois, 1953-1961
American Management Association, Inc., New York, 1966
American United Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1954-1965
William Baird, Phoenix, Arizona, 1958
Ronald E. Colton v. American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Arizona, 1961
Departments of Insurance:
Massachusetts, 1959-1985
Minnesota, 1965-1984
New Jersey, 1965-1996
Washington, D. C., 1963-1992
La Costa Country Club, Marvin Adelson, Carlsbad, California, 1966-1967
Loyal American Life Insurance, Alabama, 1959-1966
Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers, Tony Mazzocchi, Colorado, 1979-2001
Scholarships:
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Colorado, 1976-1979
Connecticut, 1976
Delaware, 1976
Florida, 1976
Georgia, 1976-1978
Hawaii, 1976
Idaho, 1976
Indiana, 1976-1983
Kentucky, 1976
Maine, 1976
Maryland, 1976
Michigan, 1976-1977
Minnesota, 1976-1977
Mississippi, 1976
Missouri, 1976-1979
Montana, 1976
Nebraska, 1976
New Mexico, 1976
Paul Montemayor Scholarship, Texas, 1979-1980
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4J275 Paul Straubel, Texas, 1990-1999
James A. Turnbow, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1953-1955
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4J276 Paul Abrams, California, 1972
American Fletcher National Bank and Trust Company, Indiana, 1953-1972
American Republic Insurance Company, Iowa, 1955
Jay Arnet:
New York, 1955-1956
Department of Recruiting and Training, 1957-1962
Arthur Anderson and Company, 1960-1967
Associates Income Insurance Company, Indiana, 1954-1962
Automobile Owner's Association, Incorporated, Missouri, 1956
Earle E. Bailey, Giant Oak Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1967
Jack R. Barnhart and Edward B. Clinch, Pennsylvania, 1966-1969
Barron’s, Mitchell Gordon, California, 1971-1974
Irving S. Bass, Connecticut, 1958-1965
John C. Beck, Elgin Associates Inc., Indiana, 1959-1960
Belnap & Thompson, Incorporated, Live Like A King Contest, Indiana, 1957-1958
Beneficial Life Insurance Company, Felix Mendel, California, 1955-1973
Matthew A. Berdon, Ferro, Berdon & Company, New York, 1959-1964
Dennis C. Berry, Maryland, 1959-1960
Al Black, Illinois, 1959-1962
Larry Blackmon, Blackmon & Associates, Incorporated, Texas, 1969-1971
Blue Cross-Blue Shield, 1956-1966
Cecil Ray Griffin, Arkansas, 1971-1975
Insurance Stock Advisory Service, California, 1958-1972
Lee Jacobs/Jim Hart Agency, California, 1969-1973
National Telephone Cooperative Association, David C. Fullarton, Washington, D. C., 1969-1970
James Cuff O'Brien, Special Project, Washington, D. C., 1968-1973
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4J278 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Ed Carter, Oklahoma, 1959-1960
Jack Catain, Jr., California, 1966-1972
Citizens Standard Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1960
Ralph G. Colton, Illinois, 1968
Congress Inn, Louisiana, 1962-1967
Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, 1960-1966
Doke Connell, Texas, 1966-1971
James M. Connors, Indiana, 1956-1967
Consumer Credit Insurance Assocation, Illinois, 1964
Consumers National Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1958-1962
Corporate News Service, New York, 1961-1962
Crusader Life Ins. Co., Pennsylvania, 1958-1965
C. L. Cutliff, Kentucky, 1965-1966
General agents, 1963-1971
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4D240 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
David B. Cutler, Pennsylvania, 1959
C. L. Cutliff, Kentucky, 1963-1964
Davis & Godbey, Texas, 1964-1966
Joseph Dillinger:
Pennsylvania, 1959
Claims, 1960-1965
Diners-Fugazy Travel, Texas, 1967-1971
Lawrence Dubrow, Washington, D. C., 1967-1971
Henry Dropkin, Pennsylvania, 1967-1968
Donald H. Dunham, New York, 1969
Baze L. Dyche, Louisiana, 1957-1960
Elba Corporation, Colorado, 1967
Employers Reinsurance Corporation, Missouri, 1957-1964
Equity Research Associates, New York, 1966-1967
Richard L. Evans, Sr., Michigan, 1966
Evans-McCoy Agency, Ohio, 1960
Tyrus G. Fain, Washington, D. C., 1969-1973
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4D241 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Federal Trade Commission, 1949-1957
Benj Feld, St. Regis Paper Company, New York, 1971
Jacob Feldman and Charles W. Merritt, Texas, 1967-1970
Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company, Pennsylvania, 1960-1961
General agents:
William S. Fenton, Ohio, 1960
Jerome Fineblum and John Pepe, Maryland, 1961-1965
John Finne, Arkansas, 1957-1958
C. P. Ford, Ohio, 1956-1964
Charles Freiberg, Pennsylvania, 1958-1963
Randolph Freudig, Pennsylvania, 1963-1966
Eugene Frye, 1959-1960
General Acceptance Corporation, Pennsylvania, 1967-1968
General agents, Florida, 1963-1966
George M. Fields, Texas, 1958-1965
Roger Garrels, 1962-1969
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4D242 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Ben L. Brodsky, Georgia, 1956-1970
General agents, Florida, 1956-1961
Norman Gerwitz, New Jersey, 1964
Jesse Gilbert, Missouri, 1960-1963
Rocco P. Gilorma, Pennsylvania, 1963-1966
Marcus Ginsburg, Texas, 1954-1958
Globe Assurance Company, undated
J. H. Goddard and Co., Boston, 1956-1966
Kenneth C. Godshalk, Alabama, 1959-1962
Philip J. Goldberg, New York, 1963
E. Goldschmidt, New York, 1964
Robert R. Goldstein:
Indiana, 1954-1964
Taylor University, 1961
Merrill M. Good, Ohio, 1958-1962
Milton M. Gordon, California, 1968-1969
Seymour Graubard, New York, 1961-1963
Green & Company, Inc., Pennsylvania, 1957-1961
Edwin Greenbaum, Pennsylvania, 1964
Marvin Greenberg, Illinois, 1961
John Gregg, Mississippi, 1964-1965
Cecil Ray Griffin, Arkansas, 1964-1967
Oscar L. Goodman, California, 1965-1968
Sidney Grossman, Pennsylvania, 1957-1963
Guarantee Reserve Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1965
Guarantee Trust Life, Illinois, 1963-1966
Guild Life Insurance Company, Florida, 1967-1968
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4D243 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Advance Schools Inc., Illinois, 1972-1973
American Income Assurance Company, Illinois, 1953
A. G. Becker & Co., Illinois, 1957-1965
Robert R. Goldstein (Sam's Subway Restaurant), Indiana, 1967-1968
Guild Life Insurance Company, Florida, 1965-1966
Gulf American Corporation, Florida, 1963-1967
Haight, Davis, and Haight, Indiana, 1953-1961
Louis C. Halley, Texas, 1962-1965
Hamilton Life Insurance Company, 1960-1966
John N. Hancock, Indiana, 1952-1967
Robert M. Harris, Pennsylvania, 1964-1965
Richard E. Hartley, New Mexico, 1957-1959
Haven Insurance Company, Florida, 1958
Julian Henriques, 1958-1963
Harry Hochman, Pennsylvania, 1958-1963
Earl Holliday and Wesley Moore (H & M Agency), Oklahoma, 1964-1965
G. P. Horan, California, 1958
George T. de Hueck, Alabama, 1967
Insurance City Life Company, Illinois, 1963-1965
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4D244 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Bedford Products, Inc., Kentucky, 1972
Jack Calendrina, Kentucky, 1954-1963
C. L. Cutliff, Kentucky, 1967-1974
Department of Insurance, Indiana, 1959-1967
Inter-American Development Corporation, Pennsylvania, 1964-1966
Howard G. Kaufman, Florida, 1961-1967
Bill Kegley, 1966-1967
H. L. Kelly, Ohio, 1957-1960
Kentucky Central Life & Accident Insurance Company, 1958-1963
Robert S. Points, Kentucky, 1954
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4D245 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
C. L. Cutliff, Kentucky, 1966
George J. Doucett and John R. Potter, Louisiana, 1957-1958
LeRoy King, Kentucky, 1953-1955
LaSalle Casualty Company, Illinois, 1955-1956
R. W. Laudenbach, Ohio, 1960-1963
Laudenbach-Lennard Agency, Ohio, 1961-1962
Laudenbach-Ford Agency, Ohio, 1962-1966
Edgar Sterling LeMaster, Illinois, 1963-1966
H. L. Lennard, 1959-1972
Ralph B. Leonard & Sons, New York, 1956-1965
James D. Letizia, Florida, 1959-1969
Stan Levy, Louisiana, 1964-1967
Lexington International, Inc., New York, 1966-1967
Albert L. Lieberman, Texas, 1966
Life Insurance Agency Management Association, 1954-1964
Life Insurance Company of Kentucky, 1963
Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1952-1969
Los Angeles Life Insurance Company, California, 1965
Richard B. Lurie, Florida, 1957-1963
Herman Rose, Kentucky, 1953-1956
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4D246 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
American Medical Insurance Company, New York, 1973
Walter Benedick, New York, 1960-1963
Sidney J. Bertin, Michigan, 1967-1973
Better Investing, Michigan, 1968-1971
Noah A. Bower, New York, 1968-1971
Burham & Company Inc., New York, 1964-1972
Edward Downe, New York, 1972
Irwin Fruchtman, OHio, 1971-1975
Richard B. Lurie:
Ohio, 1957-1958
Florida, 1959-1962
John Mace, Texas, 1973-1974
Robert S. Maurer, Washington, D. C., 1968-1969
David Mueller, Indiana, 1969
Michael A. Nicolais, New York, 1972-1974
Non-Commissioned Officers Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1965-1973
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company, Indiana, 1955
Morris F. Paden, Mississippi, 1963-1965
Dave Pearce, Louisiana, 1957-1962
Pennsylvania Life Insurance Company v. American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), Ohio, 1959-1961
Physicians Planning Service Corporation, New York, 1965-1972
Jerome Seifer, New York, 1961-1964
E. L. Twomey, Massachusetts, 1956
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4D247 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) resident vice president, 1960-1961
Irwin Fruchtman, Ohio, 1963-1970
Robert Palmer Corporation, California, 1953-1959
Lloyd J. Pitzer, California, 1963-1965
Plymouth Mutual Life Insurance Company, Pennsylvania, 1964-1965
Milton R. Polland, Wisconsin, 1957-1966
E. L. "Tiny" Powell, Arkansas, 1957-1958
Preventi-Med Consultants Inc., California, 1967
Prudential Life Insurance Company, 1965-1966
"Puts and calls," 1965-1966
David Radel and Stanley Katlin, Pennsylvania, 1964-1966
Mel Radel, 1966-1967
Richard Ransier, 1963-1973
David E. Rapoport, California, 1965
Sydney C. Reagan, Texas, 1965-1966
Republic National Life Insurance Company, 1952-1969
Research Institute of America, New York, 1961-1966
Louis N. Ritten & Company, Illinois, 1966
George M. Robertson, Texas, 1967
Walter H. Ross v. American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO), 1956-1958
Heinz F. Ruppolt, Maryland, 1964-1967
WISH Indiana, 1954-1955
WISH-WHOT, Indiana, 1953-1955
WJPS, Indiana, 1954-1955
WMCA, Indiana, 1951-1966
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4D248 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
J. W. Rowley, Michigan, 1965-1966
Rural Electric Association, Texas, 1968-1970
Rural Electrification Administration, 1968-1972
Harold Russek, Pennsylvania, 1957-1958
J. T. Rutherford, Washington, D. C., 1969
Martin Salkowe, Pennsylvania, 1967-1968
Sidney Salomon, Missouri, 1964-1966
Robert K. Sanchez, Louisiana, 1954-1958
Savill-Mahaffey Mortgage Company, Indiana, 1955-1958
Milton Savill, Indiana, 1958
Irwin Schiffman, Illinois, 1963-1965
Schmitt-Watson Insurance Agency, Ohio, 1959-1961
Howard B. Schwartz, Pennsylvania, 1965-1966
Sol Schwartz, Illinois, 1965
R. Richard Schweitzer, Alabama, 1960-1961
Willis F. Scott, Louisiana, 1957
Securities Corporation of Iowa, 1967
Alton E. Shader, Pennsylvania, 1957-1965
Jim F. Shanks, Missouri, 1961-1963
Ed Sigoloff, Missouri, 1965-1967
David Silk and Sam Schwartz, Illinois, 1958-1963
Mortimer Sloate, New York, 1967
Richard J. Smart, California, 1972
William H. Smith, Ohio, 1964-1965
William J. Solomon, Ohio, 1962-1965
Jake W. Sorrells, Texas, 1967-1969
Sunset International Petroleum Corporation, California, 1965-1970
Robert and Harold Taft, Texas, 1959-1961
Telecom Equipment Company, New York, 1974
Paul Temple and Associates, 1957-1958
Herbert A. Winters, Texas, 1959-1970
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C. S. Caldwell, Washington, D. C., 1966-1973
Owen J. Donley, Washington, D. C., 1970-1975
Tyrus G. Fain, Washington, D. C., 1972-1973
Martin Jurow, Texas, 1971-1973
James H. Rademacher, Washington, D. C., 1968-1976
Sidney E. Rolfe, New York, 1971-1973
Stern Community Law Firm, Washington, D. C., 1971
Travelers Corporation, Connecticut, 1966-1968
United Brokers Mortgage Company, Pennsylvania, 1966-1968
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, the Balanced Program, 1969
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4D250 The Spotlight (AILICO newsletters), 1975-2001
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4C542 Weekly Morning Meetings:
Scope and Contents
The Weekly Morning Meeting packets were mailed to each American Income Life Insurance Company (AILICO) agency for conducting the weekly morning meeting, first on Mondays and then on Fridays. These were then used as the basis of the weekly Saturday phone calls between Bernard Rapoport and the State General Agents. Each packet contained an audiocassette tape, or sometimes VHS tape; guidelines for the meeting; hints about policy terms and work procedures; a questionnaire about employees; a “Secret of the Week” form for employees to be recognized for their work; as well as memoranda and assorted handouts. The series is separated into Papers, Audiocassette tapes, and VHS tapes. The audiocassette and VHS tapes were originally with their respective papers, separated for preservation purposes.
Papers [Audiocassette and VHS tapes separated]:
General administrative info, 1972-1978
Tapes #1-2, November 27-December 4, 1972
Tapes #4-9, December 18, 1972-January 29, 1973
Tapes #11-17, February 12-March 26, 1973
Tape #20, April 16, 1973
Tape #22, April 30, 1973
Tapes #24-40, May 14-September 17, 1973
Tapes #42-50, October 1-November 26, 1973
Tapes #52-80, December 10, 1973-July 1, 1974
Tapes #83-85, July 22-August 5, 1974
Tapes #89-92, September 2-23, 1974
Tapes #94-97, October 7-28, 1974
Tapes #204-207, January 3-24, 1977
Tape #209, February 7, 1977
Tapes #211-253, February 21-December 19, 1977
Tapes #256-304, January 9-December 11, 1978
Tapes #306-403, January 1, 1979-December 1, 1980
Tapes #405-406, December 15-22, 1980
Tapes #408-415, January 5-February 23, 1981
Tapes #417-423, March 9-April 20, 1981
Tapes #425-443, May 4-September 14, 1981
Tapes #445-448, September 28-October 19, 1981
Tape #450, November 2, 1981
Tapes #452-472, November 16, 1981-April 19, 1982
Tapes #474-483, May 3-July 5, 1982
Tapes #485-511, July 19, 1982-January 24, 1983
Tapes #513-623, February 7, 1983-Aprill 22, 1985
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4C568 Tapes #624-798, April 29, 1985-November 7, 1988
Memos from Joyce Lillard, re: missing questionnaires, November 1987-1988
Tapes #799-862, November 14, 1988-February 26, 1990
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2.325/B59 Tapes #863-883, March 5-July 27, 1990
Tapes #892-1006, September 28-December 18, 1992
"You're Not Just Talking; You're Doing!", Tape #1039, August 20, 1993
"Riders and Bonuses", Tape #1040, August 27, 1993
"Do You Want Success?", Tape #1041, September 3, 1993
"Be a Creator!", Tape #1042, September 10, 1993
"Don't Let the Mind Go Bad!", Tape #1043, September 17, 1993
"Sharpen Your Saw!", Tape #1044, September 24, 1993
"Response-ability", Tape #1045, October 1, 1993
"We Are What We Create", Tape #1046, October 8, 1993
"Enthusiasm", Tape #1047, October 15, 1993
"I Will Persist until I Succeed!", Tape #1048, October 22, 1993
"Responsibility", Tape #1049, October 15, 1993
"We Reap What We Have Sown", Tape #1050, November 5, 1993
"Performance Is All That Counts when the Game Begins", Tape #1051, November 12, 1993
"Taking Inventory", Tape #1053, November 26, 1993
"Don't Ask to Be Excused!", Tape #1054, December 3, 1993
"Promotions", Tape #1055, December 10, 1993
"The Power Tool", Tape #1056, December 17, 1993
"Keeping Track of Yourself", Tape #1057, January 7, 1994
"Intelligent Impatience", Tape #1058, January 14, 1994
"I've Got Time - Unintelligent Consoling", Tape #1059, January 21, 1994
"If You Don't...", Tape #1060, January 28, 1994
"Be a Smart Gambler", Tape #1061, February 4, 1994
"No Easy Way", Tape #1062, February 11, 1994
"Success Is Understanding Opportunities", Tape #1063, February 18, 1994
"Keeping Track", Tape #1064, February 25, 1994
"Foundations Are Not Pretty", Tape #1065, March 4, 1994
"Believing", Tape #1067, March 18, 1994
"It Ain't Going to Happen", Tape #1068, March 25, 1994
"Declaring War"/"Declaration of War":
[Part I,] Tape #1069, April 1, 1994
Part II, Tape #1070, April 8, 1994
Part III, Tape #1071, April 15, 1994
Part IV, Tape #1072, April 22, 1994
"Unshackling the Mind":
Tape #1073, April 29, 1994
Part II, Tape #1074, May 6, 1994
Part III, Tape #1075, May 13, 1994
"It's My Month Time!", Tape #1076, May 20, 1994
"AIL Antidote to Failure":
Part I, Tape #1077, May 27, 1994
Part II, Tape #1078, June 3, 1994
Part III, Tape #1079, June 10, 1994
Part IV, Tape #1080, June 17, 1994
"Begin It Now":
Part I, Tape #1081, June 24, 1994
Part II, Tape #1082, July 1, 1994
Part III, Tape #1083, July 8, 1994
Part IV, Tape #1084, July 15, 1994
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2.325/B62 "Have a Spirit of Adventure", Tape #1085, July 22, 1994
"You're Not There!", Tape #1086, July 29, 1994
"You Don't Ever Not Try!":
Part II, Tape #1088, August 12, 1994
Part III, Tape #1089, August 19, 1994
"Verifying and Inspecting - Not Spying":
Part I, Tape #1091, September 2, 1994
Part II, Tape #1092, September 9, 1994
Part III, Tape #1093, September 16, 1994
Part IV, Tape #1094, September 23, 1994
"Understanding the AIL Opportunity":
Part I, Tape #1095, September 30, 1994
Part II, Tape #1096, October 7, 1994
Part III, Tape #1097, October 14, 1994
Part IV, Tape #1098, October 21, 1994
"How to Be Effective":
Part I, Tape #1099, October 28, 1994
Part II, Tape #1100, November 4, 1994
Part III, Tape #1101, November 11, 1994
Part IV, Tape #1102, November 18, 1994
"How Wide Is Your World?":
Part I, Tape #1103, November 25, 1994
Part II, Tape #1104, December 2, 1994
Part III, Tape #1105, December 9, 1994
Part IV, Tape #1106, December 16, 1994
Kick-off tape for [January 6,] 1995, December 21, 1994
"Be Prepared":
Part I, Tape #1107, January 13, 1995
Part II, Tape #1108, January 20, 1995
Part III, Tape #1109, January 27, 1995
Part IV, Tape #1110, February 3, 1995
"Seek to Understand":
Part I, Tape #1111, February 10, 1995
Part II, Tape #1112, February 17, 1995
Part III, Tape #1113, February 24, 1995
Part IV, Tape #1114, March 3, 1995
"Learn to Know":
Part I, Tape #1115, March 10, 1995
Part II, Tape #1116, March 17, 1995
Part III, Tape #1117, March 24, 1995
Part IV, Tape #1118, March 31, 1995
"Come Alive!":
Part I, Tape #1119, April 7, 1995
Part II, Tape #1120, April 14, 1995
Part III, Tape #1121, April 21, 1995
Part IV, Tape #1122, April 28, 1995
"Don’t Wait; Come & Get It":
Part I, Tape #1123, May 5, 1995
Part II, Tape #1124, May 12, 1995
Part III, Tape #1125, May 19, 1995
Part IV, Tape #1126, May 26, 1995
"I Could Have Gotten It":
Part I, Tape #1127, June 2, 1995
Part II, Tape #1128, June 9, 1995
Part III, Tape #1129, June 16, 1995
Part IV, Tape #1130, June 23, 1995
"You Really Care!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1131-1134, June 30-July 28, 1995
"Reflections of the 1995 Convention", Tape #1135, August 4, 1995
"Curing Insanity", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1136-1139, August 10-September 8, 1995
"Reengineering", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1140-1143, September 15-October 6, 1995
"Do You Want to Be a Bum?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1144-1147, October 13-November 3, 1995
"Do You Want to Succeed?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1148-1151, November 10-December 8, 1995
"Now Has Never Been Seen Before", Tape #1152, December 15, 1995
"Knowing More", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1153-1156, January 5-26, 1996
"Multiply; Don’t Add", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1157-1160, February 2-23, 1996
"Who Am I? What Am I? What Can I Be?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1161-1164, March 1-22, 1996
"Out of the Running", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1165-1168, March 29-April 19, 1996
"Don’t Be a 'Just A'", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1169-1172, April 26-May 17, 1996
"It’s My Month Time!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1173, May 24, 1996
"The Need", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1174-1177, May 31-June 21, 1996
"Seal the Deal", Parts I-II and IV, Tapes #1178-1179 and #1181, June 28-July 5 and July 19, 1996
"Understanding the AIL Opportunity", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1182, August 2, 1996
"Don’t Fight Change; Push It Forward", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1183-1186, August 9-30, 1996
"Change—Accept It Or …!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1187-1190, September 6-27, 1996
"Integrity, Passion & Energy", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1191-1194, October 4-25, 1996
"The 22nd Century", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1195-1198, November 1-22, 1996
"Yes, We Expect More…How About You?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1199-1202, November 29-December 20, 1996
"Believing Is Difficult, But the Need for Believing Is Inescapable", Tape #1-97, January 3, 1997
"Confident & Positive", Parts I-IV, Tapes #2-97 thru 5-97, January 10-31, 1997
"Dreams with Deadlines = Opportunities Realized", Parts I-IV, Tapes #6-97 thru 9-97, February 7-28, 1997
"You’ve Got It, But You Can’t Keep It…Well, Yes You Can!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #10-97 thru 13-97, March 7-28, 1997
"Keep It Simple Stupid", Parts I-IV, Tapes #14-97 thru 17-97, April 4-25, 1997
"Looking Upward", Parts I-VI, Tapes #18-97 thru 23-97, May 2-June 6, 1997
"You Are the Miracle", Parts I-V, Tapes #24-97 thru 28-97, June 13-July 18, 1997
"Disgust & Resolve", Parts I-V, Tapes #29-97 thru 33-97, August 1-29, 1997
"Disgust, Resolve & Accountability", Parts I-IV, Tapes #34-97 thru 37-97, September 5-26, 1997
"AIL Bingo The Rules", September 22, 1997
"My Damned Tennis Racket", Parts I-II, Tapes #38-97 and 39-97, October 3-10, 1997
Policy forms and instructions, 1997, undated
Blank weekly questionnaire, 1998
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4D253a Audiocassette tapes:
"The Foundation", Tape #983, July 10, 1992
"Be Proactive", Tape #1011, February 5, 1993
"Realize Your Opportunity Now!", Tape #1012, February 12, 1993
"Begin with the End in Mind", Tape 1013, February 19, 1993
"Sharpen the Saw", Tape #1021, April 16, 1993
"Is It Worth It?", Tape #1027, May 28, 1993
"You’re Not Just Talking; You’re Doing!", Tape #1039, August 20, 1993
"Riders and Bonuses", Tape #1040, August 27, 1993
"Do You Want Success?", Tape #1041, September 3, 1993
"Be a Creator!", Tape #1042, September 10, 1993
"Don’t Let the Mind Go Bad!", Tape 1043, September 17, 1993
"Sharpen Your Saw!", Tape #1044, September 24, 1993
"Response-ability", Tape #1045, October 1, 1993
"We Are What We Create", Tape #1046, October 8, 1993
"Enthusiasm", Tape #1047, October 15, 1993
"I Will Persist until I Succeed!", Tape #1048, October 22, 1993
"Responsibility", Tape #1049, October 29, 1993
"We Reap What We Have Sown", Tape #1050, November 5, 1993
"Performance Is All That Counts when the Game Begins", Tape #1051, November 12, 1993
"Taking Inventory", Tape #1053, November 26, 1993
"Don’t Ask to Be Excused!", Tape #1054, December 3, 1993
"Promotions", Tape #1055, December 10, 1993
"The Power Tool", Tape #1056, December 17, 1993
"Kick-Off for 1994", January 3, 1994
"Keeping Track of Yourself", Tape #1057, January 7, 1994
"Intelligent Impatience", Tape #1058, January 14, 1994
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4D253b "I’ve Got Time—Unintelligent Consoling", Tape #1059, January 21, 1994
"If You Don’t…", Tape #1060, January 28, 1994
"Be a Smart Gambler", Tape #1061, February 4, 1994
"No Easy Way", Tape #1062, February 11, 1994
"Success Is Understanding Opportunities", Tape #1063, February 18, 1994
"Keeping Track", Tape #1064, February 25, 1994
"Foundations Are Not Pretty", Tape #1065, March 4, 1994
"Why I Wasn’t Phi Beta Kappa", Tape #1066, March 11, 1994
"Believing", Tape #1067, March 18, 1994
"It Ain’t Going to Happen", Tape #1068, March 25, 1994
"Declaring War/Declaration of War", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1069-1072, April 1-22, 1994
"Unshackling the Mind", Parts I-III, Tapes #1073-1075, April 29-May 13, 1994
"It’s My Month Time!", Tape #1076, May 20, 1994
"AIL Antidote to Failure", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1077-1080, May 27-June 17, 1994
"Begin It Now", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1081-1084, June 24-July 15, 1994
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4D254a "Have a Spirit of Adventure", Tape #1085, July 22, 1994
"You’re Not There!", Tape #1086, July 29, 1994
"You Don’t Ever Not Try!", Parts II-III, Tapes #1088-1089, August 12-19, 1994
"Verifying and Inspecting—Not Spying", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1091-1094, September 2-23, 1994
"Understanding the AIL Opportunity", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1095-1098, September 30-October 21, 1994
"How to Be Effective", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1099-1102, October 28-November 18, 1994
"How Wide Is Your World?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1103-1106, November 25-December 16, 1994
Kick off tape for [January 6,] 1995, December 21, 1994
"Be Prepared", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1107-1110, January 13-February 3, 1995
"Seek to Understand":
Part I-II, Tape #1111-1112, February 10-17, 1995
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4D254b Part III-IV, Tape #1113-1114, February 24-March 3, 1995
"Learn to Know", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1115-1118, March 10-31, 1995
"Come Alive!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1119-1122, April 7-28, 1995
"Don’t Wait; Come & Get It", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1123-1126, May 5-26, 1995
"I Could Have Gotten It", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1127-1130, June 2-23, 1995
"You Really Care!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1131-1134, July 7-28, 1995
"Reflections of the 1995 Convention", Tape #1135, August 4, 1995
"Curing Insanity":
Part I-III, Tape #1136-1138, August 10-25, 1995
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4D255a Part IV, Tape #1139, September 8, 1995
"Reengineering (Part I)", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1140-1143, September 15-October 6, 1995
"Do You Want to Be a Bum?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1144-1147, October 13-November 3, 1995
"Do You Want to Succeed?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1148-1151, November 10-December 8, 1995
"Now Has Never Been Seen Before", Tape #1152, December 15, 1995
"Knowing More", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1153-1156, January 5-26, 1996
"Multiply; Don’t Add", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1157-1160, February 2-23, 1996
"Who Am I? What Am I? What Can I Be?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1161-1164, March 1-22, 1996
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4D255b "Out of the Running", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1165-1168, March 29-April 19, 1996
"Don’t Be a 'Just A'", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1169-1172, April 26-May 17, 1996
"It’s My Month Time!", Tape #1173, May 24, 1996
"The Need", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1174-1177, May 31-June 21, 1996
"Seal the Deal", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1178-1181, June 28-July 19, 1996
"Understanding the AIL Opportunity", Tape #1182, August 2, 1996
"Don’t Fight Change; Push It Forward", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1183-1186, August 9-30, 1996
"Change—Accept It Or …!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1187-1190, September 6-27, 1996
"Integrity, Passion & Energy":
Part I, Tape #1191, October 4, 1996
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4D256a Part II-IV, Tape #1192-1194, October 11-25, 1996
"The 22nd Century", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1195-1198, November 1-22, 1996
"Yes, We Expect More…How About You?", Parts I-IV, Tapes #1199-1202, November 29-December 20-1996
"Believing Is Difficult, But the Need for Believing Is Inescapable", Tape #1-97, January 3, 1997
"Confident & Positive", Parts I-IV, Tapes #2-97 thru 5-97, January 10-31, 1997
"Dreams with Deadlines = Opportunities Realized", Parts I-IV, Tapes #6-97 thru 9-97, February 7-28, 1997
"You’ve Got It, But You Can’t Keep It…Well, Yes You Can!", Parts I-IV, Tapes #10-97 thru 13-97, March 7-28, 1997
"Keep It Simple Stupid":
Part I-11, Tape #14-97 thru #15-97, April 4-11, 1997
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4D256b Part III-IV, Tape #16-97 thru #17-97, April 18-25, 1997
"Looking Upward", Parts I-VI, Tapes #18-97 thru #23-97, May 2-June 6, 1997
"You Are the Miracle", Parts I-V, Tapes #24-97 thru #28-97, June 13-July 18, 1997
"Disgust & Resolve", Parts I-V, Tapes #29-97 thru #33-97, August 1-29, 1997
"Disgust, Resolve & Accountability", Parts I-IV, Tapes #34-97 thru #37-97, September 5-26, 1997
"My Damned Tennis Racket", Parts I-II, Tapes #38-97 thru #39-97, October 3-10, 1997
"Winning Is a Way of Life", Tape #40-97, October 17, 1997
"Sharpening Your Saw", Tape #41-97, October 24, 1997
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4D257a "Begin with the End in Mind", Tape #42-97, October 31, 1997
"Responsibility", Parts I-IV, Tapes #43-97 thru #46-97, November 7-December 5, 1997
"Fighting Windmills", Parts I-IV, Tapes #47-97 thru #48-97, December 12-19, 1997
"Paying Attention to Detail", Tape #1-98, January 9, 1998
"Time: It Was, It Is & It Will Be", Tapes #2-98 thru #7-98, January 16-February 20, 1998
"If You Lower Standards, You Have Lost the Ballgame", Tape #8-98, February 27, 1998
"Time: It Was, It Is, and It Will Be", Tapes #9-98 thru #15-98, March 6-April 17, 1998
"A Most Wasted Life Is the Unchallenged Life", Tape #16-98
"Matter of Fact and Imagination":
Tapes #17-98 thru 19-98, May 1-15, 1998
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4D257b Tapes #20-98 thru 27-98, May 22-July 10, 1998
"B’s Birthday", Tape #28-98, July 17, 1998
"Success Comes to Those Who Work Smart", Tape #29-98, July 24, 1998
"Recruiting Quota Is But a Minimum", Tapes #30-98 thru #31-98, July 31-August 7, 1998
"The Big Shift":
Tape #32-98, August 14, 1998
(Remember the 20/50/30 Rule), Tape #33-98, August 21, 1998
(Thank You, Dennis Vistor), Tape #34-98, August 28, 1998
Tape #35-98, September 4, 1998
"Commitment Is the Foundation", Tape #36-98, September 11, 1998
"Love Is Disciplined", Tape #37-98, September 18, 1998
"The Risk of Independence", Tape #38-98, September 28, 1998
"Scientific Tunnel Vision", Tape #39-98, October 5, 1998
"Being In Business For Yourself", Tape #41-98, October 19, 1998
"Intelligent Managing", Tape #43-98, November 2, 1998
"Philosophy for Success", Tape #44-98, November 9, 1998
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4D252 VHS videotapes:
Kick off tape for [January 6,] 1995, December 21, 1994
My Month Kickoff 1995, May 1995
My Month Kick Off 1996
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4D258 Miscellaneous business correspondence:
Union:
California, 1972-1976
Illinois, 1985-1994
New York, 1985-1992
North Carolina, 1966-1998
Ohio, 1967-1984
Pennsylvania, 1987-2001
Tennessee, 1967-1988
Texas, 1982-1994
AIL:
Surname files:
C, 1975
E, 1975
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4D259 Union:
New York, 1966-1985
Texas, 1972-1981
Washington, D. C., 1974-1981
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4D260 AIL:
Minnesota, 1992
New York, 1982-1995
Ohio, 1957-1981
Union:
California, 1980
Illinois, 1966-1985
Texas, 1985-1991
Washington, D. C., 1984-1989
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4D261 AIL:
Oregon, 1959-1988
Union:
Maryland, 1966-1987
Minnesota, 1967-1989
Pennsylvania, 1966-1987
Washington, D. C., 1966-1970, 1989-1990
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4D262 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Unions:
Hawaii, 1976-1979
Iowa, 1968-1999
Michigan, 1966-1991
Missouri, 1966-1985
Oregon, 1966-1991
Virginia, 1966-1999
Washington, 1968-1999
Washington, D. C., 1990-1995
AIL:
New York, 1972
Oregon, 1963-1991
Texas, 1972-1976
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4D263 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Unions:
Massachusetts, 1969-1999
New Jersey, 1966-2001
Ohio, 1984-2000
Texas, 1968-1971
Washington, D. C., 1995-1999
Wisconsin, 1966-1999
General:
Indiana, 1960-1962
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4D264 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
AIL:
Florida, 1963-1971
Georgia, 1959-1965
Indiana (Home Office)
Unions:
California, 1985-2001
Canada, 1987-1999
Florida, 1966-1998
Kansas, 1967-2000
Maryland, 1987-2001
Texas, 1995-2000
General:
Florida, 1972-1975
Georgia, 1966-1973
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4D265 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
AIL:
Indiana (Home Office), 1959-1971
Indiana, 1956-1959
Kentucky, 1953-1955
Kentucky Farmer Accident Plan, 1954
Letters, etc., 1961-1972
Louisiana (General Agents), 1957-1969
New York banks, 1963-1968
New York (investment), 1967-1976
Pennsylvania, 1957-1961
Sales talks, 1955-1959
Unions:
Ohio, 1963-1964
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4D266 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
AIL:
Texas (General Agents), 1958-1960
Unions:
Texas, 1966-1967
Union labor deal, 1951-1960
Washington, D.C., 1971-1974

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Political:

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4C496 21st Century Democrats, Washington, D. C., 2003
Brock Adams, Maryland, 2000
Re: After Capitalism, correspondence, Washington, D. C., 2001
Joshua C. Agsalud, Hawaii, 1998-1989
Marty Atkins, Texas, 2001-2002
David M. Alameel, Texas, 2002
Michael Lewis "Mike" Albert, Nebraska, 1980
Howard R. Albertson, Minnesota, 1984
Bill Alexander, Arkansas, 1990
Joseph L. Alioto, California, 1974
George H. Allen, Texas, 2002
Alliance for Justice, Washington, D. C., 2001
Herbert Alper, Maryland, 1969
America First Party, Texas, 2001
Americans for SALT, Illinois, undated
Wendell R. Anderson, Minnesota, 1973-1985
Cecil D. Andrus, Idaho, 1970-1990
Richard "Dick" Arrington, Jr., Alabama, 1982-1985
Reubin Askew, Florida, 1974, 1988
Nancy F. Atlas, Texas, 2001
Don Avenson, Iowa, 1990
Kip Averitt, Texas, 2003
Bruce Babbitt, Arizona, 1982-1985
Terry J. Baker, Texas, 2001
Jenny Backus, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 2002
Liz and Smith Bagley, Washington, D. C., 2001
Jim Balanoff, Indiana, 1983
Tom Bane, California, 1987
Lynn J. Bannister, Florida, [ca. 2003]
Benjamin R. Barber, Maryland, 2001
Paul Bardacke, New Mexico, 1982
Greg Barnes, Texas, 2001
Michael D. "Mike" Barnes, Maryland, 1977-1978
Gonzalo Barrientos, Texas, 2001-2002
Gary A. Barron, Florida, 1996
Rick Barton, Maine, 1976
Thomas H. Bates, California, 1977
Bill Baxley, Alabama, 1978
Birch Bayh, Indiana, 1970-1988
Evan Bayh, Indiana, 1986-1989
Pat Beard, copy of checks for Tim Johnson campaign and Durbin for Senate, October 22, 2001
Sam Beard, Delaware, 1988-1989
Alan Becker, Florida and Washington, D. C., 1980, 2003
Brenda Becker, Washington, D. C., 2003
Alphonso Bell's 28th Californian Congressional seat, 1971
Paul M. Bell, California, 1976
Howard Berman, California, 1977
Berl I. Bernhard, Maine, 1974
Karen A. Bernier, Florida, 1988
David Bernsen, Texas, 2002
Morris Bernstein dinner program, California, [1977]
Joseph R. "Joe" Biden, Jr., Delaware and Washington, D. C., 1973-2001
John Billings, California, 1973
Leon G. Billings, Maryland, 1993, 1996
Jeff Bingaman, New Mexico, 1982-1987
The Black Commentator, re: Democratic Leadership Council, Washington, D. C., 2003
James William Blagg, Texas, 2001
Charles Blancato, Washington, D. C., 2001
Gerald Blessey, Mississippi, 1976
Rene Bloch, California, 1988
Elaine Bloom, Florida, 1997
Jonathan D. Blum, Washington, D. C., 2003
Dick Bolling, Missouri, 1978
[David E.] Bonior, Michigan, September 28, 1992
Ted Boswell, Arkansas, 1972
Erskine Bowles, Washington, D. C., 2002
Rose Bowman, Idaho, 1972
Sherry Boyles, Texas, 2001-2002
Bracewell & Patterson, LLP, re: reception for Marc Racicot, Greg Abbott, Jim Chapman, and Barry McBee, Texas, 2002
Arvilla M. Bradley, Florida, 1970
Thomas Bradley, California, 1969, 1984-1989
Fred Branfman, California, 1981
Debbie D. and Frank L. Branson, Texas, 2002
Carol Moseley Braun, Illinois, 1990
John Breaux, Louisiana and Washington
Joseph E. Brennan, Maine, 1990
Nancy Brinker, Florida, 2003
Dolph Briscoe, Texas, 2003
Glen Browder, Alabama, 1989
Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown, Jr., California, 1975-1983
Edmund G. "Pat" Brown, Sr., California, 1969, 1979
George Brown supporters prospect list, California, undated
Willie L. Brown, Jr., California, 1986
Richard Bryan, Nevada, 1988
Betty Bumpers, Washington, D. C., 2001
Francis B. "Bill" Burch, Maryland, 1970-1976
Quentin Burdick, North Dakota, 1981
Arthur Burk & Co., Florida, 1974-1990
Carl P. Burke, re: Frank Church, Idaho, 1976
John L. Burton, California, 1967, 1974-1979
Phillip Burton, California, 1978, 1981
Sala Burton, California, 1983
Philip Jackson Bye, Florida, [ca. 2003]
California Democratic Party, 1973-1974, 1983
Campaign for America's Future, Washington, D. C., 2003
E. J. Cantrell, Missouri, 1986
Liz Carpenter, Texas, 2001, 2003
Paul B. Carpenter, California, 1981, 1985
Art Carter, California, 1974
Hugh A. Carter, Georgia, 1978
Bernard E. Carvello, California, 1969
Charles Cates, Missouri, 1969
Benjamin J. Cayetano, Hawaii, 1987
Shirley S. Chater, Maryland, 1993
Center for National Study, Washington, D. C., 1988-1989
Dicken H. Cherry, Maryland, 1969
Greg Chiazor, Maryland, 1995
Lawton Chiles, Florida, 1992
Frank and Bethine Church, Idaho, 1984-1988
Henry Cisneros, Texas, 2002
Citizen Action Non-Partisan Political Action Committee (CANPAC), Illinois, 1982-1983
Dick Clark, Minnesota, 1978
Robert Clark, Mississippi, 1983
Steve Clark, Arkansas, 1983
Max Cleland, Georgia, 1974, 1982-1989
Bill Clinton, Arkansas, 1977-1990
Hillary R. Clinton, Washington, D. C., 2001
Tony Coelho, California, 1983, 1985
Tristram Coffin, The Washington Spectator, Washington, D. C., 1984, 1990
Timothy Cohelan, California, 1976
LeRoy Collins, Florida, 1968
Martha Layne Collins, Kentucky, 1983
Conway H. Collis, California, 1988-1990
Larry A. Conrad, Indiana, 1976
Jack Conway, Florida, 1988
Ester Lipsen Coopersmith, Maryland, 1968
Jim Corman, California, 1979-1980
John Cornyn, Texas, 2003
Arthur H. Courshon, re: Albert Gore, Jr., Florida, 1984
Paul Cowen, Texas, 2001
J. Ray Cox, Idaho, 1974
Jim Crane, Texas, 2001
John C. Culver, Washington, D. C., 2001, 2003
Phillip B. Curls, Sr., Missouri, 1982
Mike Curran, Illinois, 1981
Matt Curtis, Texas, 2003
Lynn Cutler, Iowa, 1982
Malcolm G. Dade, Jr., Michigan, 1977
Richard Daley, Illinois, 2001
C. Richard D'Amato, Maryland, 1998
Danforth Bill, USFL v. NFL lawsuit, in regard to the Birmingham Stallions, Alabama, 1986
Jill Daschle, Washington, D. C., [ca. 2001], 2003
Tom Daschle, South Dakota and Washington, D. C., 1985, 1994-2003
Lanny Davis, Maryland, 1974-1979
Rex D. Davis, Texas, 2001
Ron Davis, Texas, 2003
Dennis DeConcini, Arizona and Washington, D. C., 1982, 1985, 1988, 2003
Dianne White Delisi, 2002-2004
John Deluca, California, 1973
Louis G. DeMars, Minnesota, 1990
Democratic Competitive Political Action Committee, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 2002
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2M388 Democratic Executive Committee of Florida, 1975
Democratic Leadership Council, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
Democratic National Convention Club, California, 1984
Democratic Party and Arkansas Young Democrats, 1971
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
Department of Labor, Kentucky, 1983
John E. Derus, Minnesota, 1986
David Dewhurst, Texas, 2003
John D. Dingell, Washington, D. C., 2002
Alan Dixon, Illinois, 1986-1987
Robert Docking, Maryland, 1970
James W. Donchess, New Hampshire, 1988
Ron Dozoretz, Washington, D. C., 2003
Dudley Dudley, New Hampshire, 1982, 1984
Joe Duffey, Connecticut, 1970-1971
Lloyd J. (Jeff) Dumas, Texas, 1986-1989
Bill Dunfey, Dunfey Group, New Hampshire, 1978-1990
Jack K. Dunifon, Indiana, 1974
Jim Dunnam, Texas, 2002-2004
John H. E. Dunnavant, Florida, 1971-1973
Tom Dunning, Texas, 2002
Richard J. Durbin, Illinois and Washington, D. C., 1982, 2002
John Durkin, New Hampshire, 1975, 1983
Mervyn M. Dymally, California, 1974
Tom Eagleton, Missouri, 1980
Chet Edwards:
Texas, 1995-2006
Washington, D. C., 2003
Edwin W. Edwards, Louisiana, 1983
John Edwards, Washington, D. C., 2002
William A. Egan, Alaska, 1971-1972
Harryette Ehrhadt, Texas, 2001-2002
Rodney Ellis, Texas, 2002
Stanley A. Enebo, Minnesota, 1974
Mike Espy, Mississippi, 1986
Donald L. Evans, Washington, D. C., 2001, 2003
John V. Evans, Idaho, 1985-1986
Warren Evans, Georgia, 1985
Gary Familian, California, 1976
E. A. Faircloth, Florida, 1968
Faith & Politics Institute, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
Frances "Sissy" Farenthold, Texas, 2001
Dante B. Fascell, Florida, 1992
Federal Election Commission, Washington, D. C., 1980-1985
Eli M. Feinberg, Florida, 1988-1999
Marlin Feldman, Maryland, 1991
Clifford Finch, Mississippi, 1976
Richard Fisher, Washington, D. C., 2001
Flight schedule to Birmingham, Alabama, 1975
James F. Flynn, change of address, Missouri, 1970
David Folsom, Texas, 2004
Steve Fontaine, Texas, 2002
Wendell H. Ford, Kentucky, 1985
William D. Ford, Michigan, 1990
Werner Fornos, Maryland, 1976
Peter Franchot, Progressive/Populist Education Fund, Maryland, 1990
Don Fraser, Minnesota, 1978
Bill Frist, Washington, D. C., 2003
Frontlash, California, 1970
Martin Frost:
Texas, 2002-2004
Lone Star Fund, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
J. William Fulbright, Arkansas, 1968, 1974
Bob Fulton, Iowa, 1970
John Garamendi, California, 1977
Willie Edward Gary, Florida, 1999
Richard Gephardt, Washington, D. C., 2002
George Bush Award invitation, Texas, 2003
[Sam] Gibbons, Florida, 1969
John Glenn, Washington, D. C., 2002
James G. Goff, Political Campaign Institute, Minnesota, 1985
Paul W. Goldberg, Minnesota, 1983
Charles A. Gonzalez, Texas, 2002
Scott A. Goodstein, Maryland, 1999
Elizabeth Gore, Office of Byron L. Dorgan, Washington, D. C., 2003
Governor's Business Council, Texas, 2001-2002
Bob Graham, Florida and Washington, D. C., 1986, 1997-2003
Ella Grasso, Connecticut, 1970-1978
Mike Gravel, Alaska, 1972-1980
Joan Growe, Minnesota, 1984
Clark Gruening, Alaska, 1981
James A. Guest, Maryland, 1992
Bill Gunter, Florida, 1988
Ralph M. Hall, Texas, 2002-2003
Phil Hardberger, Texas, 2002
Tom Harkin, Iowa, 1980-1990
Martin A. Harmon, California, 1977
Antonio L. Harrison, Alabama, 1981
Scott Harshbarger, Massachusetts, 1990
Lee Hart, Maryland, 1977
Neil F. Hartigan, Illinois, 1990
Vance Hartke, Indiana, 1970-1977
Mrs. Vance Hartke, Maryland, 2003
Tom Hatem, Maryland, 1974
Thomas H. Hatter, Maryland, 1992
Charles A. Hayes, Illinois, 1989-1990
Warren E. Hearnes, Missouri, 1971
Howell Helfin, Alabama, 1983
Wade J. Henderson, Washington, D. C., 2003
Pat Hickey, Missouri, 1984
Baron Hill, Indiana, 1990
Gary Hindes, Delaware, 1978
Anya Hoerburger, Texas, 2002
Alan L. Hoffman, Washington, D. C., 2002-2003
Nate Holden, California, 1977-1978
Joe Holsinger, California, 1979
Rosie Houk, Michigan, 1990
Delton L. Houtchens, Missouri, 1971
Paul Hubbert, Alabama, 1990
Harold E. Hughes, Iowa, 1971-1972
Harry Hughes, Maryland, 1979
Carroll Hubbard, Kentucky, 1976, 1979
David Humes, Missouri, 1986
Hubert H. Humphrey III, Minnesota, 1984-1989
Kay Bailey Hutchison, Texas, 2001, 2003
Miriam and Bill Hutton, Maryland, 1984
Illinois Department of Labor, 1974-1975
IMPAC 2000, Washington, D. C., 2001
Admiral Bob Inman, re: George Bush Awards, Texas, 2002
Joe Irwin, Florida, 1995-2002
Mitch Irwin, Michigan, 1988
Neil Iscoe, Texas, 2000
Molly Ivins, Texas, 2001
Alphonso Jackson, Washington, D. C., 2001, 2003
Wallace Jefferson, Texas, 2001
Mildred Jeffrey, Michigan, 1970
Eddie Bernice Johnson, Texas, 2001
Lady Bird Johnson, Texas, 2001
Marlene Johnson, Minnesota, 1983-1986
Nicholas Johnson, Iowa, 1982
Tim Johnson, South Dakota, 1991-2003
Meridith A. Jones, Maryland, 1997
Jim Jontz, Washington, D. C., 2003
Hamilton Jordan, Georgia, 1986
David C. Jory, FH/GPC, Washington, D. C., 2001
Joel D. Joseph, National Press Books, Maryland, 1995
Matthew Joseph, Maryland, 2001-2002
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4C497 Paul Katz, California, 1969
Joseph F. Keefe, New Hampshire, 1988
Gary Keith, re: death of Bob Eckhardt, Texas, 2001
C. Edward Keller, Washington, D. C., 2001
Vicki Kennedy, Common Sense about Kids and Guns, Washington, D. C., 2002
Clark Kerr, Mary Temple Kleiman, California, 1979
John Kerry, Massachusetts, 1990
Robert Kerry, Nebraska, 1988
Penn Kimble, Washington, D. C., 2002
Bill G. King, Alabama, 1977
Kay A. King, Washington, D. C., 2003
Ron Kirk, Texas, 2001-2002
Ann Kitchen, Texas, 2002
Tony Kline, California, 1982
Goodwin J. Knight, California, 1968
Robert A. Kobek, Indiana, 1976
Nick Lampson, Texas, 2002
Mary Landrieu, Washington, D. C., 2001
James E. "Pete" Laney, Texas, 2002-2003
Tom Lantos, California, 1979-1980, 1983
Larry LaRocco, Idaho, 1982, 1990
Frank R. Lautenberg, Washington, D. C., 2003
Stephanie E. Lee, California, 1975
William "Bill" Lehman, Florida, 1986-1989
Carl Levin:
Maryland, 1992
Michigan, 1978-1990
Sander M. Levin, Maryland and Washington, D. C., 2001, [ca. 2003]
David N. "Dave" Levinson, Delaware, 1980-1982, 1986, 1988, 1990
Gerald A. Lewis, Florida, 1982
Joseph I. "Joe" Lieberman, Connecticut, 1980, 1988
Mark A. Lit, Chief Executive Officer, Texas, 2002
Clarence D. Long, Maryland, 1984
Gillis Long, invitation, Louisiana, 1983
Jill Long, Illinois, 1989
Samuel G. Longoria, Texas, 2001
Louisianans for American Security Political Action Committee (LASPAC), Louisiana, 1983-1984
Will Lowrance, re: Heart of Texas Council of Governments, Texas, 2002
Marc Lurie, Texas, 2001
Herb Mabry, Georgia, 1988
John Mabry, Texas, 2002-2003
Wales Madden, Jr., Texas, 2002
Ron Maddox, Minnesota, 1981
Marvin Mandel, Maryland, 1969-1972
Frank Mankiewicz, Maryland, 1976
MAPAC [Agents Political Action Committee, Md.?], Maryland, 1999
Jonathan Marshall, Arizona, 1974
Wayne C. Marshall, Democratic National Committee, Washington, D. C., 2001
Jack Martin, re: reception for Richard Holbrooke and James A. Johnson, Texas, 2002
Gene L. Mason, re: Ralph Yarborough re-election, Kentucky, 1969
Charles McC. Mathias, Jr., Maryland, 1980
Joe Mashek, Texas, 2002
Doris O. Matsui, Washington, D. C., 2003
Garry and Cristina Mauro, Texas, 2001
Eugene McCarthy, Maryland, 1997
Leo McCarthy, California, 1981, 1987-1989
Pete McCloskey, California, 1972
Mike McCullough, Texas, 2001
Marjorie "Marge" McDonald, Florida, 1987
Colin McGinnis, Maryland, 2002
George McGovern, South Dakota, 1972-1990, 2003
McGovern/Shriver Campaign, Washington, D. C., 1972
Thomas F. "Mack" McLarty, White House staff member, Washington, D. C., 1991-2000, 2003
C. Thomas "Tom" McMillen, Maryland, 1985, 1991-1992
Dave McNeely, re: David Sibley, Texas, 2001
Jim McNulty, Arizona, 1984
Frank McRight, Alabama, 1984
Paul Meers, Arkansas, 1974
Henry W. Menn, III, Florida, 2002
Howard M. Metzenbaum, Coalition for Democratic Values, Maryland, 1990-1991
Robert E. Meyerhoff, re: Frank Church campaign, Maryland, 1996
Daniel A. "Dan" Mica, Florida, 1988, 1990
Barbara A. Mikulski, Maryland, 2003
Howard Miller dinner invitation, California, 1974
Les Miller, Arizona, 1978
Maya Miller, Nevada, 1974
Zell Miller, Georgia, 1974, 1980
Richard M. Millman, Maryland, 1976
John Milton, Minnesota, 1974
Norman Y. Mineta, California, 1972-1973
Clarence Mitchell, III, Maryland, 1986
Elizabeth H. Mitchell, Maine, 1984
George J. Mitchell, Florida, Maine, and Washington, D. C., 1974, 1984, 1995, 2001
Mike Mitchell, Idaho, 1982
Mike Moncrief, Texas, 2003
John T. Montford, re: Gray Davis, Texas, 2002
Joseph M. Montoya, New Mexico, 1970-1973
William S. Morris, Missouri, 1971-1972
Frank B. Morrison, Nebraska, 1970
Daniel Patrick Moynihan, New York, 1976-1984
Ted Muenster, South Dakota, 1991
Multi-Issue Political Action Committee (MIPAC), Illinois, 1986-1990
Dennis Murray, California, 1974
Alberta Murphy, Alabama, 1972, 1974
Elliott Naishtat, Texas, 2001-2003
Bob Nash, Director of Presidential Personnel, Washington, D. C., 1996-2001
National Jewish Democratic Council, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
Bill Nelson, Florida, 1999-2003
Gaylord Nelson, Maryland and Washington, D. C., 1967, 2001
Ron Nestor, Citizens for Boyer, New Hampshire, 1982
New Democratic Coalition, Minnesota, 1968
New Hampshire Democratic Party, 1987
David L. Norvell, New Mexico, 1969-1974
Emil Notti, Alaska, 1973
Donald E. O’Brien, Iowa, 1989
Jim Oberstar, Minnesota, 1985-1986
Mike O’Callaghan, Nevada, 1970
Jerry O’Connor, Washington, D. C., 2003
James G. O’Hara, Michigan, 1976
Bob Packwood, Washington, D. C., 2001
Anne M. Page, Washington, D. C., 2003
Penny Parks, Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, California, 1977
Cecil A. Partee, Illinois, 1976
Steve Patterson, Blanche Lincoln office, Washington, D. C., 2001
Lars Pedersen, Arizona, 1972
Claude Pepper, Florida, 1985
Rudy Perpich, Minnesota, 1986
Kurt Pfotenhauer, Gordon H. Smith office, Washington, D. C., 2001
Barbara Pickett-Conner, California, 1989
George S. Pillsbury, Minnesota, 1973-1974
The Political Animal, Joe Scott ed., California, 1978
Janet Perry Poppleton, Texas, 2003
Barbara Pressly, New Hampshire, 1990
Steve Protulis, Florida, 2002
Dave Pryor, Arkansas, 1972-1983
Mark Pryor, Texas, 2001
Joe Quicke, Missouri, 1985
Marc Racicot, Washington, D. C., 2002
Larry Radway, New Hampshire, 1973-1974
Leon Ralph, California, 1970
Bernard Rapoport, copy of checks for George Allen, Jim Dunnam, and Beard & Kultgen, Texas, 2002
Felix Rapposelli, Delaware, 1984
Marie Rapposelli, Delaware, 1982
Clark R. Rasmussen, Iowa, 1974
William R. "Bill" Ratchford, Connecticut, 1980-1983
Richard Raymond, Texas, 2002-2003
Joe Reeder, Washington, D. C., 2001
Thomas M. Rees, California, 1974
Ben C. Reeves, Alabama, 1975
Harry M. Reid, Nevada and Washington, D. C., 1974, 1986, 2001
Richie Renschler, Texas, 2002
Repeal of Community Action Plan (CAP), Washington, D. C., 2001
Kathy Rice and Linda Etheridge, Texas, 2001
Jeffrey A. Rich, Texas, 2002
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4C498 Ann Richards, Texas, 1994-2003
Josh Richman, Friends of Patrick Kennedy, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
Don Riegle, Washington, D. C., 2001
Randy H. Riggs, Texas, 2003
Mark Ritchie, Minnesota, 1986
Lynda Johnson Robb, Texas, 2003
Dave Robinson, Delaware, 1984
David Robinson, Illinois, 1980
John D. Rockefeller, IV, Washington, D. C., 2001
Ciro D. Rodriguez, Texas, 2002
J. J. Rodriguez, California, 1969
Steve Rodriguez invitation, California, 1984
Tim Roemer, Indiana, 1989
Patrick M. Rose, Texas, 2003
Ann Rosenbaum, Michigan, 1986
Mike Ross, Washington, D. C., 2001
Sam Rothberg, re: Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, Illinois, 1976
James W. Rouse, Enterprise Foundation, Maryland, 1991
Warren B. Rudman, New Hampshire, 1974
Richard V. Running, Iowa, 1985
Dan Rupli, Maryland, 1978
John Russell, Washington, D. C., [ca. 2002]
Tim Ryles, Georgia, 1990
Martin "Marty" Sabo, Minnesota, 1974, 1984-1990
Luis Saena, Texas, 2000
Carlos Sanchez, re: article on Mexico’s middle class, Texas, 2002
Tony and Tani Sanchez, Texas, 2002
Barefoot Sanders, Texas, 2001
Max Sandlin, Washington, D. C., 2001
David Sapperstein, Washington, D. C., 2001
Paul S. Sarbanes, Maryland and Washington, D. C., 1981, 1987-1988, 1995-1999, 2001
John P. Sarcone, Iowa, [circa 1990]
Bill and Carol Sarpalius, Maryland, 1996
Jim and Mary Sasser, Washington, D. C., 2001
Carol Saxenian, Texas, 2003
David R. Schleicher, Texas, 2002
Evonne Schulze, California, 1973
Chuck Schumer, Washington, D. C., 2002
Susan J. Schurman, National Labor College, Maryland, 2002
Kimberly Scott, Washington, D. C., 2003
Ulric Carl Scott, Minnesota, 1974
Search for Common Ground, U.S. Consensus Council, Washington, D. C., 2001-2002
[Don] Sebastiani initiative, run-down on Jewish Democratic representatives, California, 1983
Alex Seith, Inside Illinois Politics, Illinois, 1981
Arun Seraphin, Washington, D. C., 2003
John Sharp, Texas, 2001-2003
Phil Sharp, Indiana, 1980
Erin Shaw, Richard G. Lugar office, Washington, D. C., 2001
George E. Shipley, Illinois, 1970
Sargent Shriver, Presidential Committee, Washington, D. C., 1975
David Sibley, Texas, 2001
Don Siegelman, Alabama, 1982, 1985
John Silber, Massachusetts, 1990
Jerry Sikorski, Minnesota, 1982
Paul Simon, Illinois, 1984-1990
John P. Sisson, Florida, 1973
Harvey Sloane, Kentucky, 1989-1990
Douglas M. Smith, Maine, 1971
Lawrence J. Smith, Florida, 1994-1995, 1998-1999
Re: Roger Smith, correspondence with politicians about potential meetings, Washington, D. C., 2003
The Solomon Project, Washington, D. C., 2001
South Dakota Democratic Party, 1995
Southern Elections Fund, Inc., check schedule, Georgia, 1974
Richard Southern, Missouri, 1968-1970
Warren R. Spannaus, Minnesota, 1975
Gladys N. Spellman, Maryland, 1976
Chris Spirou, New Hampshire, 1984
Gordon St. Angelo, Indiana Democratic State Central Committee, 1969
Richard Stallings, Idaho, 1984, 1989-1990
Max Stanley, re: Alan Cranston campaign, Kentucky, 1973
Newton Steers, Maryland, 1980
Charles W. Stenholm, Texas, 2003
Adlai Stevenson, III, Illinois, 1986
Donald Stewart, Alabama, 1981
John Stewart, Alabama, 1990
Mark Stodola, Arkansas, 1982, 1984
Keith Strama, Texas, 2000
Carole Keeton Rylander Strayhorn, Texas, 2002
Ralph Strother, Texas, 2001
Monroe Sweetland, National Education Association, California, 1968
Dick Swett, New Hampshire, 1990
Jim Symington, Missouri, [ca. 1972-1976]
John Teague, Alabama, 1986
Maurice A. Te Paske, Iowa, 1973
Texas Consular Corps Day invitation, Texas, 2003
Texas Democratic Party, Texas, 2001-2002
Texas Politics Project, Texas, [ca. 2003]
Jim Thompson, Illinois, 1981, 1984
Roger Tilles, Michigan, 1978
Barbara Timmer, Washington, D. C., 2002-2003
Kenneth W. Tolo, Washington, D. C., 2002
[Esteban?] Torres, California, 1982
Robert Torricelli, re: Bernard Rapoport and Ben Barnes donating to defense, New Jersey and Texas, 2001
Kathleen K. Townsend, Maryland, 1988, 1999-2002
Wayne Townsend, Indiana, 1983-1984
David K. Trask, Jr., Hawaii, 1989
John Tunney, California, 1970-1971, 1979
Charles W. Tupper, California, August 25, 1969
Jim Turner, Texas, 2001-2004
Joseph D. Tydings, Maryland, 1969, 1976
Gus Tyler, Florida, 2003
Morris K. Udall, Arizona, 1977, 1983-1984
D. R. "Tom" Uher, Texas, 2002
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Maryland, 1978-1979
Jesse M. Unruh, California, 1970-1976
Bruce Vail, Washington, D. C., 2001
John Van de Kamp, California, 1982-1983
Theodore G. Venetoulis, Maryland, 1977-1978
Brooke Vosburgh, Washington, D. C., 2003
Howard M. Wachtel, Washington, D. C., 2002
[John D.] Waihee, Hawaii, 1987
Dan Walker, Illinois, 1973-1974
Loretta A. Walker and Bob Farrell, California, 1977
George C. Wallace and Michael G. Griffin of the Democratic National Committee for Alabama, 1972-1976
Jack Watson, Georgia, 1982
Kirk Watson, Texas, 2002
Henry A. Waxman dinner invitation, California, 1985
Rick Weiland, South Dakota, 1996, 2002
Allen Weinstein, Center for Democracy, Washington, D. C., 2002
Paul Wellstone, Minnesota and Washington, D. C., 1990, 2001
Jo Welter, Texas, 2002
Gene Wenstrom, Minnesota, 1980
Llewellyn Werner, California, 1981
Royce West, Texas, 2003
Alan Wheat, Missouri, 1982
Bill White, Texas, 1994, 2003
Mark White, Jr., Texas, 2002
John Whitmire, Texas, 2002
David Wilhelm, Washington, D. C., 1994
Harold Willens, California, 1979
Broward Williams, Florida, 1970
Lyle Williams, Washington, D. C., 2001-2003
Scott Williams, New Hampshire, 1988
William F. Winter, Mississippi, 1984
Stephen R. Wise, Florida, 1997
Harris Wofford, Washington, D. C., 2002
Steve Wolens, Texas, 2001-2003
Howard Wolpe, Michigan, 1978-1983
Floyd L. Wood, California, 1988
Woodrow Wilson Award invitation, Texas, 2002
Harriett Woods, Missouri, 1982-1986
David Worley, Georgia, 1988
Betsey Wright, Arkansas, 1984-1990
Ruth Yannatta, California, 1979, 1981
Bruce Yarwood, Washington, D. C., 2001
Sidney R. Yates, Illinois, 1989
Tracey Yokich, Michigan, 1990
Andrew Young, Georgia, 1989-1990
Coleman A. Young, Michigan, 1974, 1977, 1987
Young Democratic Clubs of America, re: Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, Nevada, 1969
Robert A. Young, Missouri, 1976
Judith Zaffirini, Texas, 2004
Stanley Zeidner, re: suggested political contributions, Michigan, 1990
Robert B. Zoellick, Washington, D. C., 2003
Edward Zorinsky, Nebraska, 1976
Tom Zych, Missouri, 1978
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4C499 AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE), Michigan, 1999
H. K. Allen, Washington, D. C., 1978-1989
Gar Alperouitz, National Center for Economic Alternatives, Washington, D. C., 1981-1986
American Association of Small Cities, Washington, D. C., 1978
Dennis W. Archer, Michigan, 1997
Elaine Baxter, Iowa, 1991, 1994
David E. Bonior, Michigan, 1998-2005
William M. Brodhead, Michigan, 1993
Campbell-Raupe, Washington, D. C., 1981-1990
Bob Carr, Michigan, 1994
Center for National Study, Washington, D. C., 1988-1989
Bill Clinton, Washington, D. C., 1998
Alan Cranston, Washington, D. C., 1973-1981
Chet Culver, Iowa, 1998-2006
Democratic Governor’s Association, Iowa, 2004
Democratic Party, Michigan, 1991, 1998, 2002
Julie Dennis, Michigan, 1998, 2006
Fagan Dickson, Texas, 1974
John D. Dingell, Michigan, 2002
Michael Dukakis, Massachusetts, 1988
Lloyd J. (Jeff) Dumas, Texas, 1986-1989
Bill Dunfey, Dunfey Group, New Hampshire, 1978-1990
Fundraisers:
Bill Clinton fundraiser on October 10, 1991, Dallas, Texas, 1991
Richard Gephardt fundraiser on April 22, 1991, Austin, Texas, 1990-1991
Billy Goldberg, Texas, 1980
Tom Harkin, Iowa, 1997-2006
Iowa Future Fund, 1998
James E. Kramer, Iowa, 1994
Carl Levin:
Michigan, 1999-2006
Washington, D. C., 1990
Sander Levin, Michigan, 1991-1992, 1998
Claire McCaskill, Michigan, 2005
Ed McNamara, Michigan, 1992
National Jewish Democratic Council, Washington, D. C., 2004-2006
Donald O’Brien, Iowa, 1992-1996, 2004
Larry Owen, Michigan, 1993
Homer Rainey, Bernard Rapoport letters in the Homer Rainey Papers at the University of Missouri, 1945-1946
Virgil Clark Smith, Jr., Michigan, 1996-2000
Debbie Stabenow, Michigan, 2005
Bart Stupak, Michigan, 2002-2004
Wilmer Tjossem, Friends Committee on National Legislation, Iowa, 1993
Tom Vilsack, Iowa, 1998-2006
Robert E. Weiss, Michigan, 2005
David Wilhelm, Washington, D. C., 1994
John C. White and family, Texas, 1994-1999
Jon Whitmore, Iowa, 1996
Howard Wolpe, Michigan, 1991-1994
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4C500 American Enterprise Institute, Washington, D. C., 1979-1980
Americans for a Safe Israel, Inc., New York, 1977
F. Kenneth Bailey, Texas, 2008
Jason Borschow, Puerto Rico, 2008
Catherine Brown, Texas, 2008
Edmund G. "Pat" Brown, Sr., Ball, Hunt, Hart, and Ball, and Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown, Jr., California, 1968-1978
The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions and the Fund for the Republic, Inc., California, 1975-1976
Henry Cisneros, Texas, 2008
Committee for Public Justice, New York, 1977
Council for a Livable World, 1968-1974
Tom Daschle, Washington, D. C., 2008
Democratic House and Senate Council, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
Development Corporation for Israel, New York, 1977
Economic Strategy Institute, Washington, D. C., 1991-1999
Stuart E. Eizenstat, Covington & Burling, Washington, D. C., 2008
Gerald M. Feder, Washington, D. C., 1974-1982
Foundation for Democratic Education, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1980
Foundation for Truth in the Affairs of Democracy, Pennsylvania, 2008
Donald Fowler, South Carolina, 2008
Frontlash, Charlotte Roe Kemble, et al., Washington, D. C., 1970-1976
J. William Fulbright, Washington, D. C., 1974
Mason Gaffney, re: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, California, 1976-1977
Letters, re: function with Joseph Ginat and David Altman, Texas, 2008
John Gregory, Gregory Optics, Texas, 2008
Peter Hain, London, United Kingdom, 2008
Thomas A. Halsted, The Arms Control Association, Washington, D. C., 1971-1976
Fred R. and LaDonna Harris, Virginia and Washington, D. C., 1968-1976
Brooks Hays, North Carolina and Washington, D. C., 1970-1974
John J. "Jack" Healey, Jack T. Conway, and William W. Hamilton, Jr., Center for Community Change, Washington, D. C., 1968-1975
James A. "Jim" Hightower, Center for Community Change, Washington, D. C., 1970-1975
Harold E. Hughes, Washington, D. C., 1969-1975
Bob Krueger, Texas, 2008
Lewis H. Lapham, New York, 2008
Jane Mitakides, Ohio, 2008
Celia Morris, Washington, D. C., 2008
New International Review, New York, 1977
The New Republic, Washington, D. C., 2008
Brian P. Ruiz, Texas, 2008
Adrian Saenz, Chief of Staff for Ciro D. Rodriguez, Washington, D. C., 2008
Brian Schweitzer, Montana, 2008
Kathleen Sebelius, Kansas, 2008
Stiles Partners, L. L. C., New York, 2008
Tesseract, New York, 2008
George S. Toll, Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, Missouri, 1993
Roger Toll, Connecticut, 1990-1995
Mark Warner, Virginia, 2008
Craig Watkins, Texas, 2008
Paul Wellstone, Minnesota, 2000-2001
Harvey Wheeler, California, 2001
Women’s Campaign Fund, Washington, D. C., 1979
Young Democrats of America, Washington, D. C., 2008
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4C501 21st Century Democrats, Washington, D. C., 2004
Account for the Public Interest, New York, 1979
Action, Washington, D. C., [1981]
George E. Agree, New York, 1975-1978
Gar Alperovitz, National Center for Economic Alternatives, Washington, D. C., 1981
American Family Voices, Washington, D. C., 2004-2005
American Friends of the Jonathan Institute, New York, 1979
American Israel Public Affairs Committee, New York, 1977-1978
American Rights at Work, Washington, D. C., 2005
American Veterans Committee, Washington, D. C., 1981
Americans for a Safe Israel, New York, 1977
Americans for Democratic Action, Washington, D. C., 1981, 2005
James M. Assey, Jr., Washington, D. C., 2004
Aventis Pasteur, Federal Government Affairs Department, Washington, D. C., 2004
David and Beverly Bar-Illan, New York, 1976-1978
Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger, Washington, D. C., 2004
Michael S. Berman, Hill, Christopher, and Phillips, Washington, D. C., 1981
Donald Blinken, New York, 1977-1978
Heida Boucher, Ely, Guess, & Rudd, Washington, D. C., 1981
Leonard Boudin, New York, 1976-1979
Heather T. Booth, re: Chet Edwards, Washington, D. C., 2004
Noah A. Bower, New York, 1977
Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, Washington, D. C., 2005
Susan Buck, U. S. Telephone Communications, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
From and re: Karen Buck Burgess, Washington, D. C., 1981
James C. Calaway to Edwin Meese, III, re: ACLU, Washington, D. C., 1981
Center for Democratic Policy, Washington, D. C., 1981
Center for Voting Rights and Protection, Washington, D. C., 2007
George Christian, Texas, 2002
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, Washington, D. C., 2005
Joan Claybrook, Washington, D. C., 1981
Max Cleland, Washington, D. C., 2004
Coalition for a Democratic Majority, Washington, D. C., 1981
Coalition for Strategic Stability, Washington, D. C., 1981
Coalition to Defend America’s Working Families, Washington, D. C., 1998
Tristram Coffin, Washington, D. C., 1992-1994
Yaacov Cohen, New York, 1977
William Colby, Harry Walker, Inc., New York, 1976
Comcast, Federal Government Affairs Department, Washington, D. C., 2004
Committee for American Principles, Washington, D. C., 1981
Committee for National Security, Washington, D. C., 1981
Committee for Public Justice, New York, 1975-1979
Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, Washington, D. C., 1997-1998
James C. Corman, Washington, D. C., 1981
Alan Cranston biography thank you notes, Washington, D. C., 1981
James Tracy Crown, New York, 1977
John C. Culver, Washington, D. C., 1981
Nathan J. Daschle, Washington, D. C., [2005]
Kipp Dawson, Political Rights Defense Fund, New York, 1976
Democracy Project, Washington, D. C., 1981
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 2004-2005
Democratic Governors Association, Washington, D. C., 2006
Democratic Leadership Council, Washington, D. C., 2007
Democratic National Committee, Washington, D. C., 2004, 2006
Democrats for the 80s, Washington, D. C., 1981
David Dellinger, Seven Days, New York, 1975-1977
To and re: Robert F. Drinan, New York and Washington, D. C., 1978, 1981
Joseph Duffy, National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D. C., 1981
Lloyd J. "Jeff" Dumas, Texas, 1989-1994
Bill Dunfey, Dunfey Group, New Hampshire, 1991
Nik B. Edes, Gerald M. Feder Law Offices, Washington, D. C., 1981
Stuart E. Eizenstat, Washington, D. C., 1981
Environmentalists for Full Employment, Washington, D. C., 1981
Donald L. Evans, Washington, D. C., 2005
With and re: Wilbur H. "Ping" and Carol Bernstein Ferry, New York, 1975-1978
Arnold Forster, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, New York, 1975-1979
Stanley Frankel, New York, 1978
Jac Friedgut, New York, 1976
Fund for New Priorities, New York, 1977-1979
Marjorie Phyfe Gellerman, Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee New York, 1977-1979
Jay Goldin and family, New York, 1978
Michael Goodman, EventsToday [sic] Productions, Washington, D. C., 1981
Seymour Graubard, New York, 1975-1979
Sidney W. Green, New York, 1976
Edward A. Grefe, New York, 1976
Nahum Guttman, National Committee for Labor Israel, New York, 1976
Harold D. Hahn, Ohio, 1976
Barbara F. Harland, Food and Drug Administration, Washington, D. C., 1981
Michael Harrington, Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, New York, 1976-1978
Carol Weil Haussamen, New York, 1977-1978
Russell D. Hemenway, National Committee for an Effective Congress, New York, 1975
Jack Hightower, Washington, D. C., 1981
John Hill, New York, 1978
F. Nordy Hoffmann, Washington, D. C., 1981
F. H. Hutchison, Washington, D. C., 1981
Independent Action, Washington, D. C., 1981
Interreligious Peace Colloquium, New York, 1975
Irish National Caucus, Washington, D. C., 1981
Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, 1977
Norman Kahan, New York, 1976
The Kamber Group, Washington, D. C.:
Leslie Israel, re: Sarah Weddington, 1981
Victor Kamber, 1981
F. Ray Marshall, 1981
I. L. Kenen, Near East Research, Washington, D. C., 1981
Larry King, New York, 1977
Paul Kirk, Sullivan & Worcester, Washington, D. C., 1981
Frances Moore Lappe, Institute for Food and Development Policy, New York, 1975-1976
League for Industrial Democracy, New York, 1976-1977
Legislative Black Caucus, Texas, 1979
Victor M. Lessiovski, New York, 1978-1979
Sol Linowitz, Washington, D. C., 1981
Herman and Betty Liveright, New York, 1976
John P. Loiello, Washington, D. C., 1981
Paul Lutzker, Targeting Systems, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
Josephine Lyons, New York, 1977
William Demian Manshel, New York, 1975-1978
R. F. McDermott, U.S. Small Business Administration, Washington, D. C., 1981
Carey McWilliams, New York, 1976
Martin H. Meisel, New York, 1978
Milton and Hilda Meltzer, New York, 1979
Merle Miller, New York, 1976-1977
Minimum Wage Study Commission, Washington, D. C., 1981
Stewart Rawlings Mott, New York, re: Ken Stofferahn, 1978
Donald A. Mitchell, re: "Gerim Means Strangers", New York, 1978
George Murphy, American Cause, Washington, D. C., 1981
Edmund S. Muskie, Washington, D. C., 1981
National Committee on American Foreign Policy, Inc., New York, 1977-1978
National Consumers League, Washington, D. C., 1981
National Veterans Law Center, Washington, D. C., 1981
Gaylord Nelson, The Wilderness Society, Washington, D. C., 1981
New York Center for Visual History, New York, 1979
New York Times, Bernard Rapoport’s letter to the editor, re: Federal Reserve Chairman William G. Miller, New York, 1978
John B. Oakes, New York, 1976
Benjamin L. Palumbo, re: Joseph P. Addabbo, Washington, D. C., 1981
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Washington, D. C., 1981
Norman Podhoretz, New York, 1977
The Political Platypus thank you letters, New York, 1977
Lester Pollack, New York, 1979
Harry Provence, Waco Herald-Tribune, 1976
Public Citizen, Washington, D. C., 1981
Ben Rathbun, Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
Harold Reed, New York, 1977
Matthew A. Reese, Washington, D. C., 1981
John W. Rendon, Jr., Capital Services of Washington, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
Stephen Richard, Houston Citizens Bank re: Don Riegle, Texas, 1976
Sam Rothberg, New York, 1977
Samuel Rubin, New York, 1978
Rural America, Washington, D. C., 1981
Howard Samuels, New York, 1978
Dore Schary, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, New York, 1979
Alexander M. Schindler, New York, 1976-1979
Eric Schnapper, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense Fund, New York, 1975
Scientists' Institute for Public Information, New York, 1975-1977
C. L. "Chuck" Senci, Concerned Seniors for Better Government, Washington, D. C., 1981
Irving Shapiro, New York, 1979
Milton J. Shapp, Pennsylvania, 1975
Ralph E. Shikes, New York, 1977-1979
Sargent Shriver, Washington, D. C., 1981
Mark A. Siegel, Washington, D. C., 1981
I. Philip Sipser, New York, 1979
Skyhorse/Mohawk Defense Fund, New York, 1977
Maurice Sonnenberg, New York, 1978
Holly Elinor Stallworth resume, Washington, D. C., 1981
Jerome L. Stern, New York, 1975-1978
Simone Swan, New York, 1977-1979
Task Force for Democracy, Washington, D. C., 1981
Glen S. Troop, U. S. League of Savings Associations, re: Alan Cranston, Washington, D. C., 1981
Abelardo L. Valdez, Finley, Kumble, Wagner, Heine, Underberg, & Casey, Washington, D. C., 1981
Carl Wagner, Washington, D. C., 1981
Harry Walker, New York, 1976
Fowler Claude West, Washington, D. C., 1981
Harold Willens, New York, 1977
Edward Bennett Williams, Washington, D. C., 1981
J. D. Williams, re: Spark M. Matsunaga, Washington, D. C., 1981
Jules Witcover, Washington, D. C., 1981
World Jewish Congress, New York, 1978
World Without War Council, Inc., New York, 1976-1977
Betsey Wright, Washington, D. C., 1981
Christian Zimmerman, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D. C., 1981
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4C502 Robert Landis "Bob" Armstrong, Texas, 2007
Jack Atkins, Texas, 2008
Recipients of Barn Burning, Barn Building by Ben Barnes, Texas, 2007-2008
Menachem Begin, New York, 1979
Winston Bode, "Capital Talk", Texas, 1978
Book list, 1973, 1978, [ca. 2007]
Dolph Briscoe, Texas, 2008
David Broiles, Texas, 2007
Campbell-Raupe, Washington, D. C., 1991-1999
Penny Chase, North Texas Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Texas, 2006
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 2004-2005
Democratic House and Senate Council, Washington, D. C., 1978
Democratic Study Group re: Salute to Speaker O'Neill, Washington, D. C., 1978
Lane Denton, Washington, D. C., 1977
Alan Dixon, Washington, D. C., Illinois, and Missouri, 1991-1993
Thomas J. Downey, Washington, D. C., 1978
Clyde T. Ellis, Washington, D. C., 1978
Europe 21, Ltd., Fiona McCafferty, London, United Kingdom, 2002-2006
David W. Evans, Washington, D. C., 1978
Donald L. Evans, Texas, 2007
Warren R. "Chip" Fagadau, Texas, 2007
John W. Fainter, Texas, 2007
Walter E. Fauntroy, Washington, D. C., 1979
Larry and Lyn Fenwick, Texas, 2007-2008
Wendell H. Ford, Washington, D. C., 1978
Bill Franklin, Texas, 2008
Morris "Morrie" Fred, Illinois, 1992, 1997
Friends of Dan Rupli, Washington, D. C., 1978
Martin Frost:
Washington, D. C., 1977, 1979
America Votes, Texas, 2008
Robert "Bob" Gammage, Washington, D. C., 1977-1978
John J. Gilligan, Agency for International Development, Washington, D. C., 1977
Gene and Lisbeth Godley, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Stuart J. Gordon, Washington, D. C., 1978
Grassroots Democrats, Washington, D. C., 2004-2006
Mary Beth Harrell, Texas, 2008
Floyd K. Haskell, Washington, D. C., 1977-1978
Jess Hay, Washington, D. C., 1977
Edmund L. Henshaw, Washington, D. C., 1978
Stanley Hersh, Texas, 2007-2008
Robert B. Hill, Washington, D. C., 1978
Robert L. Hilliard, Washington, D. C., 1977
Philip Holman, Washington, D. C., 2004
Walter Huddleston, Washington, D. C., 1977
Harold Ickes, Washington, D. C., 2004
Jefferson Government Relations, Washington, D. C., 2004
Kempton Jenkins, Washington, D. C., 1979
Keeping America’s Promise, Washington, D. C., 2005
Edward Kennedy, Washington, D. C., 1977, 1979
Gary Keith, Texas, 2008
Stan Kress, Washington, D. C., 1978
Thomas B. Lance, Washington, D. C., 1977
Layman's Guide to Financing Senatorial Campaigns, Washington, D. C., 1977
Marvin Leath, Washington, D. C., 1979
Mary N. Lehner, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D. C., 2005
Mickey Leland, Washington, D. C., 1979
Isabel Letelier and Michael Moffitt re: Letelier-Moffitt Memorial Fund for Human Rights, Washington, D. C., 1977
Carl Levin, Washington, D. C., 1979
Leo Linbeck, Jr., Texas, 2007-2008
Philip Link, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D. C., 2004
Lone Star Project, Texas, 2007
Thomas A. Luken, Washington, D. C., 1977
Lane M. Luskey, Washington, D. C., 2005
Marc L. Marks, Washington, D. C., 1979
Jack Martin, Public Strategies Report, Texas, 2007
Tammy Martinez, re: Citizens & Immigrants for Equal Justice, Texas, 1998
Hani Masri, Washington, D. C., 2004
Shane May, Texas, 2007
Thomas B. Mechling, New York, 1973-1975
Mike Millsap, Texas, 2008
David Modigliani, Texas, 2007-2008
Re: George Moscone Memorial Fund, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
Eric L. Motley, White House, Washington, D. C., 2004
Benton Musslewhite, Texas, 2007
Bob J. Nash, Washington, D. C., 2001
Robert R. Nathan, Washington, D. C., 1979
Ronald G. Nathan, Washington, D. C., 1979
National Council of La Raza, Washington, D. C., 2004-2005
National Democratic Ethnic, Washington, D. C., 2004
New Democratic Network, Washington, D. C., 2004
Gilberto Ocanas, Texas, Texas, 2008
Jesse H. Oppenheimer, Texas, 2007
Richard L. Ottinger, Washington, D. C., 1977
Anne M. Page, U.S. Senate Budget Committee, Washington, D. C., 2004
John R. Parten, Texas, 2007-2008
Geraldine B. Pleshaw, Washington D. C., 1978
Martha S. Pope, National Parks Foundation, Washington, D. C., 2004
Bill Ratchford, Washington, D. C., 1979
Re: Reception honoring Hamilton Jordan, Frank Moore, John Dalton, and John Golden, Washington, 1979
Mitchell B. Reiss, Washington, D. C., 2005
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, Washington, D. C., 2005
Resolution on Israel, Washington, D. C., 2004
Charles S. "Chuck" Robb, Washington, D. C., 1977
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Washington, D. C., 2005
Paul F. Rogers, U.S. Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service, re: Alex Tam, Washington, D. C., 1979
Maurice Rosenblatt, National Council Associates red: Campaign Finance, Washington, D. C., 1977
Steve Rosenfeld, Washington, D. C., 1977
Douglas Ross, Washington, D. C., 1979
Don Rostenkowski, Washington, D. C., 1979
Santo J. "Buddy" Ruiz, Workers Defense Project, Texas, 2008
Suzanne Russell, Washington, D. C., 1977
Martin Sabo, Washington, D. C., 1979
John Salmon, Council for Subcommittee on Select Issues, Washington, D. C., 1979
Arthur L. Schechter, Texas, 2007-2008
James H. Scheuer, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
Patricia Schroeder, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
John and Dawn Segrest, Texas, 2007
Sargent Shriver, Washington, D. C., 1975-1976
Hilda L. Solis, Washington, D. C., 2004
Emily Sopensky, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D. C., 2004
Margaret Spellings, Washington, D. C., 2007
Marc Stanley, National Jewish Democratic Council, Texas, 2008
Jonathan Steinberg, re: Senate bill 1307, Washington D. C., 1977
Mark Stiles, Texas, Texas, 2008
Dick Stone, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
Texas Civil Rights Project, Texas, 2007
Texans Together, Texas, 2008
Thank you notes:
Almost to the Presidency by Albert Eisele, Washington, D. C., 1979
The Baron Report, Washington, D. C., 1979
A Campaign Album by Howard Goldbaum and Eric Rennie, Washington D. C., 1979
The Citizen's Guide to the 1976 Presidential Candidates, Washington, D. C., 1976
Citizen Power by Mike Gravel, Washington, D. C., 1972
Comparative Political Studies by Ronald Rapoport and Kenneth Langton, Washington, D. C., 1976
Eat Your Heart Out by Jim Hightower, Washington, D. C., 1975-1976
Food First by Frank Moore Lappe and Joseph Collings, Washington, D. C., 1977
Frank Dobie: Man and Friend by Ralph W. Yarborough, Washington, D. C., 1977-1978
The History of World Sculpture, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977
Holiday cards, Washington D. C., 1977-1979
Honor the Promise by Robert F. Drinan, Washington, D. C., 1978
The Indignant Eye by Ralph Shikes, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
The Lamplight Collection of Modern Art, Washington, D. C., 1979
"Little People - Big Things" by Bernard Rapoport, Washington, D. C., 1974
The Man Who Hated Work and Loved Labor by Les Leopold, Texas, 2007-2008
Our Invaded Universities by Ronnie Dugger and The Washington Watch, December 1974-1975
Neal R. Pierce's books on various U.S. regions, Washington, D. C., 1976
Peter's Quotations by Laurence Peter, Washington, D. C., 1978
The Political Platypus by Emery Kelen, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977
Roots of War by Dick Barnett, Washington, D. C., 1972-1978
The State of the Presidency by Tomas E. Cronin, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977
The Washington Spectator, Washington D. C., 1974-1975, 1977-1979
When in Doubt, Mumble by James H. Boren, Washington, D. C., 1972-1973
Third Way, Washington, D. C., 2005
Frank Thompson, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1978
Gloria A. Totten, Progressive Majority, Washington, D. C., [2004]
Trowbridge House Foundation, Washington, D. C., 2005
Jim Guy Tucker, Washington, D. C., 1978
John V. Tunney, Washington, D. C., 1977
James A. Turman, Washington, D. C., 1979
Chris Turner, Texas, 2008
United States Postal Service, Washington, D. C., 1977
Vote Kids, Washington, D. C., 2005
Thomas J. Wagner, American Insurance Association, Washington, D. C., 1978
Doug Walgren, Washington, D. C., 1977
David M. Walker, Washington, D. C., 2007
Marvin L. Warren, Washington, D. C., 1977
Wes Watkins, Washington, D. C., 1978
Ben Wattenberg, Washington, D. C., 1977-1978
Henry A. Waxman, Washington, D. C., 1979
Sarah Weddington:
Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Gulf Coast Trades Center, Washington, D. C., 1977
Bill Wedeking, Texas, 2008
Andrea Weinstein, Texas, 2008
Jack Welch re: Chet Edwards an Waco Veteran Affairs Clinic, Texas, 2007
William S. Wester, Democratic Senatorial Campaign, Washington, D. C., 1979
John C. White, Washington, D. C., 1977, 1979
Mark White, Jr., Texas, 2007
Donald L. Woodland re: recommendation for Director of Ohio Area of Housing Urban and Development, Washington, D. C., 1977
Jim Wright, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
Lawrence Wright, Texas, 2007
Edward Zorinsky, Washington, D. C., 1977, 1979
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4C503 James Abourezk, Washington, D. C., 1972-1975
James Abourezk and Ralph Shikes, Washington, D. C., 1973
Action Coalition of Texas, Chris Harte, Texas, 1971-1972
George E. Agree, Washington, D. C., 1979
Christobal Alderete, Washington, D. C., 1975
Americans for Democratic Action, Washington, D. C., 1977
Americans for SALT, Washington, D. C., 1979
Wendell R. Anderson, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Cecil B. Andrus, Washington, D. C., 1977, 1979
L. J. Andolsek, Washington, D. C., [1973]
H. K. Allen, re: appointment as vice chairman of the Export-Import Bank, Washington, D. C., 1977-1978
Les Aspin, Washington, D. C., 1973-1975
The Baron Report, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977
Re: Leo O. Bacher, Jr., recommendation to John Tower, Washington, D. C., 1978
Al Barkan, Washington, D. C., 1977
Max Baucus, Washington, D. C., 1979
Birch Bayh, Washington, D. C., 1972-1973
Lloyd Bentsen, Washington, D. C., 1972-1975
Joe Biden, Washington, D. C., 1973-1975, 1978
Re: Bingham-Rosenthal-Solarz anti-boycott amendment, Washington, D. C., 1976
Edward P. Boland, Washington, D. C., 1973
David L. Boren, Washington, D. C., 1979
Bill Bradley, Washington, D. C., 1979
Jerry Brady, Joint Economic Committee, Washington, D. C., 1977-1978
Jack Brooks, Washington, D. C., 1978
Dale Bumpers, Washington, D. C., 1976
T. Scott Bunton, Washington, D. C., 1975
J. Herbert Burke, Washington, D. C., 1973-1974
Yvonne Braithwaite Burke, Washington, D. C., 1977
John L. Burton:
Washington, D. C., 1974, 1976
Birthday dinner, Washington, D. C., 1975
Phillip and Sala Burton, Washington, D. C., 1972-1976, 1978
Robert Byrd, Washington, D. C., 1975
Joseph A. Califano, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1977
C. Sargent Carleton, Washington, D. C., 1977
Gloria Carruthers, Washington, D. C., 1974
Jimmy Carter, Washington, D. C., 1976-1979
Clifford P. Case, Washington, D. C., 1978
H. Dicken Cherry, Man in Washington Center, Washington, D. C., 1975, 1977
Re: Jim Chesney, Washington, D. C., 1975
Frank and Bethine Church, Washington, D. C., 1972-1973, 1977-1978
Dick Clark, Washington, D. C., 1973-1977
Joan Claybrook, Washington, D. C., 1978-1979
Max Clelland, Washington, D. C., 1976
Clipping entitled "IRS Ends Deferral Granted Investment Annuity Contracts," Washington, D. C., 1977
Clipping of Tip O'Neill and Jim Wright, Washington, D. C., 1977
Dean Clowes, Washington, D. C., 1979
Bill Combs, Washington, D. C., 1972
Committee on Labor and Public Statistics, Steward M. McClure and Donald E. Elisburg, Washington, D. C., 1972-1975
Congressional Insight, Washington, D. C., [1976]
Congressional Record, Washington, D. C., 1975
Congresswomen's Caucus, Washington, D. C., 1977-1978
Marlow W. Cook, Washington, D. C., 1973-1974
Michael J. Copps, Washington, D. C., 1975
James C. Corman, Washington, D. C., 1979
Philip S. Corwin, U. S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, Washington, D. C., 1977
Alan Cranston, Washington, D. C., 1975, 1978
John C. Culver, Washington, D. C., 1974-1979
John H. Dalton, Washington, D. C., 1977
Dennis DeConcini, Washington, D. C., 1979
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 1979
Democratic Congressional Dinner Committee, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Democratic Forum, Washington, D. C., 1974-1975
Democratic House and Senate Council, Washington, D. C., 1977
Re: Democratic National Convention, Washington, D. C., 1976
Democratic Policy Committee, Washington, D. C., 1975
Simcha Dinitz, Washington, D. C., 1975-1976
Anatoly Dobrynin, Soviet Embassy, Washington, D. C., 1976
Robert F. Drinan, Washington, D. C., 1973-1978
John A. Durkin, Washington, D. C., 1975-1979
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Washington, D. C., 1976
Gerald Feder, Washington, D. C., 1973-1974
Sarah Fisher, Washington, D. C., 1976
Michael P. Flaherty, Washington, D. C., 1974-1975, 1977
Daniel J. Flood, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Donald M. and Arvonne Fraser, Washington, D. C., 1974, 1976-1978
Bill Frenzel, Washington, D. C., 1973
J. W. Fulbright, Washington, D. C., 1972-1974
Henry B. Gonzalez, Washington, D. C., 1972-1974, 1977-1979
John Glenn:
Washington, D. C., 1975-1976, 1978
John McDonald campaign, Washington, D. C., 1976
Mike Gravel, Washington, D. C., 1972-1979
Richard J. Greer, U. S. Senate Subcommittee on Economic Development, Washington, D. C., 1976
Re: H. R. 77/S. 1423, Washington, D. C., 1973
Tom Harkin, Washington, D. C., 1976, 1979
Michael J. Harrington, Washington, D. C., 1974, 1976
Gary and Lee Hart, Washington, D. C., 1975-1979
Philip A. Hart, Washington, D. C., 1973, 1975
Vance Hartke, Washington, D. C., 1972-1976
Mark O. Hatfield, Washington, D. C., 1974-1978
Margaret M. Heckler, Washington, D. C., 1973
Roger Hilsman, Washington, D. C., 1972
Nordy Hoffman, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 1972-1974
Ernest F. Hollings, Washington, D. C., 1975-1979
Daniel J. Hood, Washington, D. C., 1977
House Committee on Ways and Means, Washington, D. C., [1975]
John Hoving, Washington, D. C., 1972
Henry Howell, Washington, D. C., 1973
Thomas R. Hughes, Washington, D. C., 1973
Hubert H. Humphrey:
Washington, D. C., 1975
re: National Urban Coalition Tribute Dinner, Washington, D. C., 1978
W. L. "Bill" and Dottie Hungate, Washington, D. C., [1972]-1974
The Independent Foundation, Washington, D. C., 1973
Invitations, Washington, D. C., 1977
Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson:
Washington, D. C., 1974-1978
Testimonial dinner, Washington, D. C., 1974
Barbara Jordan, Washington, D. C., 1973-1978
Penn Kemble, Coalition for a Democratic Majority, Washington, D. C., 1976
Edward I. "Ed" Koch, Washington, D. C., 1973-1977
Dave Kohn, Washington, D. C., 1972
Bob Krueger, Washington, D. C., 1975-1979
Patrick J. Leahy, Washington, D. C., 1976-1979
William Lehman, Washington, D. C., 1973
Gillis Long, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Friends of Gillis Long, Washington, D. C., 1976
Russell B. and Carolyn Long, Washington, D. C., 1975
Russell B. Long and Herman E. Talmadge, re: health care legislation, Washington, D. C., 1979
Charles S. Mack, CPC International, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1976
Ray Marshall, Washington, D. C., 1977, 1979
Charles McC. Mathias, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1972-1973, 1978-1979
Jim Mattox, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Eugene J. McCarthy, Washington, D. C., 1972-1975-1976, 1978-1979
Eugene J. McCarthy and Martin Peretz, re: campaign finance law lawsuit, Washington, D. C., 1975
Paul N. McCloskey, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1973-1978
James A. McClure, Washington, D. C., 1976
Gale W. McGee, Washington, D. C., 1976
George McGovern, Washington, D. C., 1975
Oliver E. Meadows, Washington, D. C., 1972
John Melcher, Washington, D. C., 1976
Re: Members of Congress for Peace through Law, Washington, D. C., 1972-1974, 1978
Howard M. Metzenbaum, Washington, D. C., 1976-1979
Ed Mezvinsky, Washington, D. C., 1976
Dale Milford, Washington, D. C., 1976
Walter Mondale, Washington, D. C., 1972-1973
Joseph M. Montoya, Washington, D. C., 1972, 1976
Robert Morgan, Washington, D. C., 1975-1978
Mildred Morse, re: Wayne Morse Chair of Law and Politics, Washington, D. C., 1975
Frank E. "Ted" Moss, Washington, D. C., 1973-1976
Dennis Murray, Washington, D. C., 1974
John P. Murtha, Washington, D. C., 1974
National Advisory Council on Extension and Continuing Education, Washington, D. C., 1973
National Bipartisan Political Action Committee, Washington, D. C., 1979
National Call for Kennedy, Washington, D. C., 1979
National Committee for an Effective Congress, Washington, D. C., 1973
National Committee for Full Employment re: Hubert Humphrey testimonial dinner, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977
National Women's Political Caucus, Washington, D. C., 1973, 1976
Gaylord Nelson, Washington, D. C., 1973-1976, 1978-1979
Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1975-1976
Thomas P. O'Neill III, Massachusetts, 1974
Wayne Owens, Washington, D. C., 1972-[1973]
Ben Palumbo, Washington, D. C., 1976
Claiborne Pell, Washington, D. C., 1973, 1977-1978
Charles H. Percy, Washington, D. C., 1974-1975, 1978
[Phil?], U. S. Senate, 1977
J. J. Pickle, Washington, D. C., 1973-1974, 1977
W. R. Poage, Washington, D. C., 1974, 1976-1979
Ed Powers, Washington, D. C., 1975
William Proxmire, Washington, D. C., 1972
David Pryor, Washington, D. C., 1972
Public Citizen, Washington, D. C., 1975
Zvi Rafiah, Israeli Embassy, Washington, D. C., 1976
Thomas M. Rees, Washington, D. C., 1973
Requests for photos, Washington, D. C., 1972
Abraham Ribicoff, Washington, D. C., 1975
Donald W. Riegle, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1976-1979
Ray Roberts, Washington, D. C., 1976
Peter W. Rodino, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1974
Romano Romani, Washington, D. C., 1976
Teno Roncalio, Washington, D. C., 1974
William R. Roy, Washington, D. C., 1974
Paul Sarbanes, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977
Jim Sasser, Washington, D. C., 1977-1979
Ulric Scott, Washington, D. C., 1974
Re: Senate Bill 707, Washington, D. C., 1974
Senate roll call vote on U. S. aid to Israel for an aircraft, Washington, D. C., 1975
Sargent Shriver, Washington, D. C., 1975, 1979
John Sparkman, Washington, D. C., 1977
Gladys Noon Spellman, Washington, D. C., 1976
James V. Stanton, Washington, D. C., 1975
Adlai E. Stevenson, Washington, D. C., 1976
Gerry E. Studds, Washington, D. C., 1974-1976
Frederick H. Talbot, Washington, D. C., 1975
Bob Traxler, Washington, D. C., 1974
John V. Tunney, Washington, D. C., 1974-1975
Morris K. Udall, Washington, D. C., 1975-1978
Malcolm Wallop, Washington, D. C., 1976-1977, 1979
Re: Palmer Weber's "Dear John" letter, Washington, D. C., 1973
Richard A. Wegman, Washington, D. C., 1974
Darla West, U. S. Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Washington, D. C., 1972
Fowler C. West, Washington, D. C., 1976
Harrison A. Williams, Jr., Washington, D. C., 1973-1975, 1978
Charles Wilson, Washington, D. C., 1973-1979
Women's Campaign Fund, Washington, D. C., 1976
Andrew Young, Washington, D. C., 1976
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4C504 Frank Church:
Frank Church, Washington, D. C., 1975-1982
Former aide Verda Barnes' death, Washington, D. C., 1980
Alan Cranston, Washington, D. C.:
re: Fund for Integrative Biomedical Research, 1979
re: Model State Adoption Act, 1980
Committee for Public Justice, New York, 1971-1972
Economic Policy Institute, Washington, D. C., 2006-2008
Chet Edwards, Texas and Washington, D. C., 1995-1996
Federal Election Commission, Washington, D. C., 1991-1998
Governor's and White House Conference on Aging:
Governor's Conference on Aging, Texas, 1970
Governor's and White House Conference on Aging, Texas and Washington, D. C., 1971-1972
Charles Holmes, National Council on the Aging, 1975
Institute for American Democracy, Inc., Charles R. (Chuck) Baker, Arkansas, 1972-1975
Institute for Food and Development Policy, Frances Moore Lappe and Joseph D. Collins, New York, 1976-1977
Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, D. C., 2001-2007
Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Washington, D. C., 2001
Ted Kennedy, Washington, D. C., 1995
Michael Lerner, New York, 1995
John Mabry, fundraiser, Texas, 2002
Seymour Melman, New York, 2001-2004
Paul J. Meyer:
Texas, 2004-2008
Passport to Success Scholarship Program, Texas, 1988-1996
Stephen Rosenberg, Greystone, New York, 1995-1996
Steven Jay Rozan, Texas, 1977-1978
William (Bill) Sessions, Washington, D. C., 1993
Bob Sheehy, Texas, 1994-1996
Mark A. Siegel and Associates, Washington, D. C., 1990-1995
Paul Simon, Illinois, 1993-2003
Allen Skidmore, Texas Association of Homes for the Aged, Texas, 1974-1976
Craig T. Smith, Virginia, 1999
State of Texas, re: tax bill and voting record, Texas, [1991]
Don Yarborough, Texas, 1968-1977
Ralph W. Yarborough, Texas, 1972-1984
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4C546 Bob Bullock, campaign for Texas State Comptroller, Texas, 1973-1974
Tristram Coffin, Washington Watch and Washington Spectator, Maryland, 1972-1975
Democratic National Committee, Washington, D. C., 1975-1985
Frances Tarlton "Sissy" Farenthold, Texas and New York, 1972-1983
Glyndon Hague, Texas, 1965-[ca. 1972]
Jim Hightower:
Texas Railroad Commission campaign, Texas, 1979
Texas, 1980-1982
Robert C. and Liz Lanier, Main Bank of Houston and Lanier Foundation, Texas, 1968-1975
League of Women Voters of Texas and Texas Education Fund, Carole R. Shlipak, Texas, 1976-1977
Ralph Nader, Consumer Protection Agency, Washington, D. C., 1974
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, New Jersey, 1979-1982
J. R. Parten, Texas, 1967-1979, 1982
Texas Affirmative Action Committee, Texas, 1974
United States Senate Leadership Circle, certificate for support, Washington, D. C., undated
United States Trade Representative, Washington, D. C., 1994-1995
Mark White, print of the Governor's Mansion, Austin, Texas, in 1870, undated
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4C550 Dallas-Washington Club members list, political list, Texas, 1991
Lane Denton, Texas, 1975-1981
Clay Cochran, Rural America, Washington, D. C., 1969-1988
Joint Center for Political Studies, 1985-1986
Allan K. Jonas, California, 1979-1982
League of Licensed Vocational Nurses, 1974-1977
Zel E. Lipsen, Virginia and Washington, D. C., 1966-1971
Walter G. Hall, Citizen's State Bank, Texas, 1967-1977
Jim Hightower campaign, 1982
John McClennon campaign, Virginia, 1982
George McGovern, Washington, D. C., 1967-1972
Political essays, 2007
Political events, 1977-2009
Charlotte Roe, formerly Frontlash, Ohio, 1976
Pat Schroeder, Colorado, 1983
David Shapiro, Texas, 1967-1976
Milton J. Shapp for President Committee, Pennsylvania, 1970-1976
Paul Simon, Illinois, 1987-1994
Speeches:
"I Dreamed This Individual Was Running for U. S. President," 1983
"Peace...it can be," speech for Peace Alliance, 1986
Vietnam Moratorium Committee, Washington, D. C., 1969-1971
Murray Watson, Texas, 1963-1971
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4C552 Ampal luncheon, 1981
Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace (BEM), Henry E. Niles, Maryland, 1973-1979
Robert Byrd fundraiser, May 17, 1982
James C. Calaway, 1979-1987
Billie Carr, Texas, National Democratic Committee member, 1974
Dinner honoring speaker Bill Clayton, 1980
Tristram Coffin, Washington, D. C., July 25, 1975 - December 6, 1989
Alan Cranston:
Cranston Advisory Committee, 1982-1983
Cranston for President, 1983-1984
Alan Cranston fundraiser, Texas, 1979
Democratic House and Senate Council, Washington, D. C., 1980-1989
Martin Frost campaign, 1981-1982
Salute to Billy Goldberg dinner, March 27, 1980
Joint Center for Political Studies, Washington, D. C., 1986-1989
Legis50, 1973-1979
Robert Pickus, World Without War Council, 1975-1977
Dr. Stanley C. Pearle, Texas, 1976-1978
Bernard Rapoport tax proposal letter, Leonard Woodcock letter, 1972
Rural Electrics, Maryland, 1978
Dan Walker, campaign for governor, Illinois, 1970-1972
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4C563 Ben Barnes, Texas, 1998-2001
Ramsey Clark, New York, 1970-1982
Dr. Barry Commoner, Washington University of St. Louis, Missouri, 1974-1980
Robert Eckhardt, congressman, 1967-1980
Bob Edgar, 1988
Fundraising:
Fundraising luncheon for Lloyd Bentsen, November 24, 1981
Cocktail party fundraiser, Kent Caperton, Ron Kessler, 1980
Alan Cranston fundraiser, August 21-22, 1979
Cranston luncheon, June 3, 1985
Lane Denton contributors, 1977-1978
Gary Hart reception, May 11, 1985
Hightower cocktail party fundraiser, October 5, 1981
Jim Hightower fundraiser, 1982
Kennedy Campaign Committee, 1979-1980
Paul Kirk reception, June 27, 1985
Dan Kubiak luncheon, September 11, 1984
Jim Mattox fundraiser, October 6, 1982
Gary Mauro fundraiser, March 4, 1982; October 7, 1983
Howard Metzenbaum cocktail party, December 16, 1980
Jay Rockefeller fundraiser, September 26, 1984
Mark White fundraiser, June 4, 1982
F. Ray Marshall, Texas, 1997-2001
Ann Richards, 1991-1992
Don Yarborough contributions, 1968
Ralph W. Yarborough:
Frank Dobie: Man and Friend, Harper Simms, Publications Committee, The Potomac Corral, Virginia, 1968-1970
Vera Allen's file: contribution lists, correspondence, 1970
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4C567 Charles R. Baker, Institute for American Democracy, Washington, D. C., 1968-1970
The Baron Report, Washington, D. C., 1976
Lloyd Bentsen, 1971-1991
LLoyd Bentsen fundraiser, Ridgewood Country Club, October 13, 1988
Cards for the video "Minimum Wage: The New Economy," 1992
Jimmy Carter presidential campaign, Richard Moe, Georgia, 1975-1976
Alan Cranston, Washington, D. C., 1982-1991
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and U. S. Senate Democratic Leadership Circle, Washington, D. C., 1981-1995
Tom Harkin fundraiser, September 18, 1989
John Hill dinner, 1978
Ted Lyon fundraiser, July 8, 1988
Jim Mattox fundraiser, 1982
Charles Morgan, Jr., American Civil Liberties Union, 1971-1972
Political file, Oregon, 1992
Paul Simon luncheon, Texas, 1987
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4C577 Lloyd Bentsen:
Fundraiser, Chantilly Ballroom, 1987
Luncheon, Ridgewood, 1987
Pete Beren fundraiser, 1986
Bill Bradley fundraiser, 1989
Jimmy Carter:
Carter-Mondale Committee, 1979-1986
Carter inauguration tickets, Washington, D. C., 1977
Thomas F. Eagleton, 1967-1980
Fundraisers:
Jim Hightower fundraiser, 1986
Pat Leahy luncheon, 1986
Carl Levin fundraiser, Dallas, 1989
Chuck Robb fundraiser, Dallas, 1988
Mark White fundraiser, 1985
Michael Keeling, Washington, D. C., 1983-1984
Ted Kennedy:
Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts, 1969-1988
Kennedy fundraiser, 1985
Lee Kling, 1975-1981
Virginia Knaver, consumer complaints, 1974-1975
Thomas P. Lantos, Ph.D, economist, 1975-1979
Members of Congress for Peace through Law, 1973-1979
Walter Mondale, Washington, D. C., 1973-1982
Edmund S. Muskie, Washington, D. C., 1970-1981
Wayne Owens, Utah, 1971-1980
State of Israel bonds, Texas, 1960-1979
Texas Consumer Association, Bernard Rapoport, chairperson, Texas, 1976
Texas Democratic Party, 1976-1980
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4J438c Banking Commission, Washington, D. C., 1988
Joe Christie luncheons:
Luncheon, 1975
Ridgewood, 1977
Rommie's Our Town, 1978
Henry Cisneros, U. S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, California, 1996-1999
Conway Collis, California, 1982-1986
Alan Cranston, California, 1977, 1991-2001
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Washington, D. C., 1995-1999
John Henry Faulk, Texas, 1973-2001
Calvin Guest luncheon, 1977
Attorney General John Hill, luncheon, 1977
Luncheon for John Hill:
Yes, 1975
No, 1975
Edward M. Kennedy (Ted Kennedy) correspondence, Massachusetts, 1988-1999
Ann Richards, Texas, 1991-1993
Texas Research League, Texas, 1988-1995
Ben Wattenberg, Washington, D. C., 1978-1987
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4J438d Horace Busby, California, 1975-2000
Henry E. Niles, co-chairman, Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace, California, Maryland, 1967-1969
Don Yarborough:
Don Yarborough, Texas, 1968
Bernard Rapoport, finance chairman for Don Yarborough, Texas, 1968
Ralph W. Yarborough:
Appreciation Dinner Committee, Texas, 1969-1970
Waco Dinner on September 21, 1970, Texas, 1970
Finance and Campaign Committee, Texas, 1970-1974
Ralph Yarborough, Texas, 1971-1972
Ralph Yarborough, Washington, D. C., 1967-1970
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4J438k Ben Barnes, Texas, 1992-1997
George Bristol, Texas, 1980-1997
Calvin Guest, Texas, 1975-1987
Jim Holgersson, City of Waco, Texas, 1994-1997
Joel Hyatt, Block Management, Ohio, 1981-1997
F. Ray Marshall, Texas, 1992-1996
Franklin Spears, Austin, Texas, 1966-1967
Ralph W. Yarborough:
Washington, D. C., 1964-1966
Texas, 1972, 1985-1997
1970 campaign, Washington, D. C., 1969-1970
1970 campaign, Texas, 1970
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4J438p Bill Clinton, Washington, D. C., 1992-1996
The Indignant Eye by Ralph E. Shikes, Shikes Science + Medicine, New York, 1969-1991
Institute for Policy Studies, Marc Raskin, Washington, D. C., 1990-2000
Joint Center for Political Studies, Washington, D. C., 1993-1999
The New Republic, Martin Peretz, chairman, Washington, D. C., 1974-2000
Harris Wofford:
November 1, 1993, Dallas fundraising event, 1993-1995
Pennsylvania, 1982-1997
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4J272 M. J. Amitay, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Washington, D. C., 1976-2001
Democratic National Committee, Washington, D. C., 1985-2001
Albert A. Foer, The American Antitrust Institute, Washington, D. C., 1998-2001
Fundraisers:
Bonior fundraiser, Petroleum Club, Dallas, July 9, 1990
John Kerry fundraiser, Austin, March 19, 1990
Morales luncheon, Brazos Club, Texas, June 19, 1990
Oscar Mauzy reception, Texas, October 3, 1990
Ann Richards reception, Texas, July 30, 1990
Pamela Harriman, Washington, D. C., 1981-2001
Humphrey-Muskie campaign, Washington, D. C., 1968-1973
John F. Kraft, Kraft Inc., Washington, D. C., 1970-1973
Marvin Leath, Washington, D. C., 1979-1988
Karl May, Texas, 1994
National Bipartisan Political Action Committee, Washington, D. C., 1978-1989
Bernard Rapoport, Citizens Advisory Committee, Texas, 1965
Bernard Rapoport, Fulbright/Israel matter, 1974
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Americans for Democratic Action, Washington, D. C., 1969
Charles R. Baker, Institute for American Democracy, Washington, D. C., 1970-1972
Bones-Conway and Associates, Texas, 1968-1971
Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace:
Henry E. Niles, Maryland, 1969-1971
Maryland, 1971-1972
Businessmen's Educational Fund (BEF), Harold Willens, New York, 1969-1972
Tristram Coffin, "Washington Watch", Maryland, 1968-1972
Committee for Better Voter Participation, Texas, 1967
Committee for Public Information, Temple National Bank, Texas, 1970-1972
Council for a Livable World, 1970-1971
Countdown, Texas, 1971-1972
John Henry Faulk, Texas, 1966-1972
Martin Frost, Texas, 1973-1974
Fund for Education in World Order, New York, 1969
Bruce D. Hanson, National Council of the Churches of Christ, New York, 1969-1972
Harry B. Hollins, World Law Fund, New York, 1969
Institute for American Democracy, board meeting minutes, Washington, D. C., 1971-1972
Institute for Mediterranean Affairs, New York, 1972
Tom Moore for Senate, Texas, 1972-1973
Frank E. Moss, 1969-1971
Ralph Nader, Washington, D. C., 1969-1999
David Pryor, 1971-1972
Thomas M. Rees, 1968-1970
Southern Committee on Political Ethics, 1966-1969
Texas Liberal Democrats, 1967
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Alan Cranston, Washington, D. C., 1968-1973
Democratic National Committee, 1966-1975
William W. Hamilton, Jr., Texas, 1969-1972
John F. Kennedy Memorial Commission, Texas, 1970-1973
Texans for Voter Registration, 1969-1972
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Miscellaneous political correspondence
Texas, 1971-1988, 2004-2007
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4D268 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Texas, 1993-1994
Washington, D. C., 1980-1988
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4D269 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
New York, 1969-1991
Texas, 1984-1993
Washington, 1960-1986
Washington, D. C., 1984-1990
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MPo04 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Massachusetts, 1970-1990
Texas, 1988-1990
Virginia, 1968-1988
Washington, D. C., 1991-1995
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MPo05 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
New Jersey, 1976-2001
New York, 1991-2001
North Carolina, 1971-1994
Ohio, 1968-2001
Virginia, 1988-2001
Texas, 1967-1971, 1994-1997
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MPo06 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Pennsylvania, 1968-1995
Texas, 1990-1991, 1997-2001
Washington, D. C., 1995-2001
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Washington, D. C., 1968-1972

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Philanthropy:

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4C518a Eddie Albert, California, 1971-1989
Brandies University, Massachusetts, 1986-1988
Dr. Thomas Charlton, Baylor University, Texas, 1972-1980
Institute for American Values, New York, 1998-2002
The Institute for the Humanities at Salado, Texas, [ca. 1992], 1998-2002
Israel, 2001-2003
Jerusalem Foundation, 1999-2002
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2M387 Lamar University, Texas:
John Gray Institute, 1988-1990
George McLaughlin, 1988
Ken Lowe, Texas, [ca. 1990s]
McLennan Community College, Texas, 1991-2003
Bill Moyers, New York, 1999-2003
Raymond Nasher, Texas, 1970-1990
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, California, 1994-1999
National Hispanic Center for Policy Study, California, 1981-1990
Dr. Martin Peretz, Massachusetts, 1969-1976
Audre and Bernard Rapoport Academy, formerly East Waco School, Texas, 1999-2003
Religion in American Life, New Jersey, 1990-1991
Rabbi Alexander Schindler, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, New York, 1991-2001
Tel Aviv University dental school, 1998
Texas Civil Liberties Union, 1983-1990
Texas Committee for the Humanities, 1990
Texas Exes Awards, 2003
Texas Humanities Resource Center, 1990-1994
Texas Observer, 2001-2003
Texas Scholarships, 1976-1979
University of Texas Board of Regents, Homer Rainey Hall dedication program, Texas, 1996
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4C522 Economic Policy Institute, Washington, D. C., 1999-2003
Jerusalem Foundation, New York, 2004-2006
KWBU Campaign, Texas, 2004-2006
Jewish National Fund, New York, 1991-1998, 2003
Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., 2002-2004
Tony Mazzocchi, Washington, D. C., 1982-1990
National Institute for Citizen Education in the Law, Washington, D. C., 1986-1991
Planned Parenthood, Washington, D. C. and Texas, 1983-1990, 2009
State of Israel National Tribute Dinner Honoring Bernard Rapoport, April 1994
Tel Aviv University, Israel, 1987-1988
University of Texas Board of Regents:
The Frank Erwin Lecture by Bernard Rapoport, 1994
Waco Symphony Orchestra, 1999-2002
Stanley Weiss, Business Executives for National Security, Inc., 1983-1987
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4C523 American Friends of the Hebrew University, New York, 1977-1979
American Mizrachi Women, New York, 1978-1979
Stephen D. Atlas, New York, 1978
Avance Board of Directors, Texas, 2008
Baylor University, Texas, 2008
C. George Benello, New York, 1977-1978
Herbert Berman, New York, 1978
Neil B. Blair, Dakota Wesleyan University, South Dakota, 2008
T. Berry Brazelton, Massachusetts, 2008
Nelson Buhler, New York, 1977
Don Carleton, Center for American History, Texas, 2008
Christian Casey, Texas, 2008
Clergy and Laity Concerned, New York, 1976-1978
Dissent, New York, 1978
Joe Edwards, Present Tense, New York, 1976
Hamilton Fish, New York, 1977
Aryeh Feigenbaum, Texas, 2008
First Foundation, Washington, D. C., 2008
Friends World College, New York, 1975-1978
Fund for Peace, New York, 1975
Girls Club of America, Inc., New York, 1977-1979
Yerach Gover, New York, re: translation of Irving Howe's World of Our Fathers, 1977-1978
Steve Gutow, New York, 2008
Holocaust Museum Houston, Texas, 2008
Dorothy Horsley, Texas, 2008
Irving Howe, New York, 1977-1978
The Initiative Committee for National Economic Planning, Inc., New York, 1976
Molly Ivins, New York, 1977
Jerusalem Foundation, Israel, 2008
Lady Rosa Lipworth, London, United Kingdom, 2008
Eric Lee, The New International Review, New York, 1978-1979
Morris L. Levinson, New York, 1977-1978
Louis M. Rabinowitz Foundation, Inc., New York, 1977
Marxist Perspectives, New York, 1977-1978
Suzanne Mendelssohn, Fundraising in the Public Interest, Inc., New York, 1975-1979
Paul J. Meyer, Texas, 2008
David Modigliani, Live Action Projects, Texas, 2008
Thomas B. Morgan, Politicks and Other Human Interests, New York, 1977-1978
Bill Moyers:
CBS, New York, 1978
Public Affairs Television, New York, 2008
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), New York, 1975-1976
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, New York, 1979
National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, New York, 1975-1979
National Task Force on Self-Reliant Cities, New York, 1978
National Trade Union Council for Human Rights of the Jewish Labor Committee, New York, 1978
New York Arthritis Foundation, New York, 1977-1978
PBS:
Virginia, 2008
PBS Foundation Board, Virginia, 2008
Ruth Pennebaker, Texas, 2008
Planned Parenthood:
New York, 2008
Texas, 1995-2007
Tessa Martinez Pollack, Our Lady of the Lake University, Texas, 2008
Bill Powers, Texas, 2008
Robert Richter, New York, 1978
Roosevelt Institute:
New York, 2004-2007
Washington, D. C., 2008
Ray Schoenke, American Hunters and Shooters Association, Maryland, 2008
Gerald S. Strober, New York, 1978
Students, Texas and Iowa, 2008
Simone Swan, Community Investment Fund, New York, 1978
Texas A&M University, 2008
Texas Observer, 2008
TV World, New York, 2008
United Jewish Appeal, New York, 1978
University of North Texas, 2008
University of Texas (UT):
UT System, 2005-2008
Board of Regents, 2008
Wendy Kreisle, UT Arlington, 2005
UT Austin:
UT Austin, 2005-2008
School of Law, 2004-2008
Rapoport Center, School of Law, 2003-2007
Selly Belofsky, UT Dallas, 2005
UT El Paso, 2008
UT San Antonio, 2008
UT Health Science Center, 2008
Rapoport scholarship recipients' thank you letters, 2005-2008
Waco High School Choir, Texas, 2006
Waco Tribune-Herald, Texas, 2008
Waco Reads, Texas, 2001
J. Brent Walker, Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, Washington, D. C., 2008
Allen Weinstein, National Archives, Washington, D. C., 2008
Harvey Wheeler, California, 2001
Eric H. Yoffie, New York, 2008
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4C524 Raye Virginia Allen, Coordinating Committee for Ellis Island, Washington, D. C., 1981
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), San Antonio chapter, Texas, 2008
American Digestive Disease Society, formerly Digestive Disease Foundation:
Acknowledgement letters and follow-up for dinner honoring Bernard Rapoport, 1979-1981
New York and Maryland, 1970-1979
New York, 1980-1981
Don Anderson, Washington, D. C., 1981
The Austin Project, Texas, 2008
AVANCE, Texas, 2006-2007
B'nai B'rith Foundaiton of the United States, Washington, D. C., 1981
Janice Bezanson, Texas Conservation Alliance
Kenneth J. Bialkin, New York, 1977
Austin Bradley, Texas, 2008
Gerald M. Brassard, American Chiropractic Association, Washington, D. C., 1981
Community Learning Center, Texas, 2008
Ernie Cortes, Industrial Areas Foundation, Texas, 1993-1994
Catherine Culver-White, Texas, 2008
Frank J. David, Jr., New York, 1977
Arthur Dilly, Texas, 2007
Cathleen H. Douglas, William O. Douglas inquiry, Washington, D. C., 1981
Daniel A. Dutko, Hackler, Meyers, Dutko, & Associates, Washington, D. C., 1981
Dan Dutko Memorial Foundation, Washington, D. C., 2000-2001
Larry L. Earvin, Huston-Tillotson University, Texas, 2008
Martha M. Ellis, Lee College, Texas
Mody and Azriel Enav, Texas, 1993-1994
The Enterprise Foundation, Maryland, 1991-1994
Rebecca Escamilla, Texas, 2008
Family Health Center, Texas, 2007
Shudde Bess Bryson Fath, re: UT Molecular Biology Building, Texas, 1996
James F. Flug, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, Washington, D. C., 1981
Foundation for Democratic Education, Washington, D. C., 1981
Hiram Friedsam, Texas, 1998-2007
The Fund for Investigative Journalism, Washington, D. C., 1981
Ima Joy Gandler, Texas Jewish Historical Society, 2008
George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, D. C., 1981
Alice Ginott, re: Histadrut Humanitarian Award Dinner, New York, 1977-1981
Letters, re: Teacher and Child by Haim Ginott, New York, 1976
Lorraine Gray, Labor Educational Film Center, Washington, D. C., 1981
C. Ray Griffin, re: Children's Music Theatre Workshop Benefit, Texas, 1995
Leibel B. Harelik, Prostate Cancer Resource Center, Texas, 2008
Lee Ann Hartman, Texas, 2008
Hasbro Center for Child Development and Education, New York, 1979
Jack Healey, Amnesty International U. S., Washington, D. C., 1981
Morton L. Herman, Texas, 2007
Marvin I. Herzog, Columbia University, re: YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, New York, 1979
Holocaust Museum Houston, Texas, 2007-2008
Carolyn Jensen of NPR to Thomas Kahn of AFL-CIO, Washington, D. C., 1981
Andy Jones, Texas, 2007
Philip Johnson, Texas, 2008
Walter V. Lacy III, Texas, 2008
Tom Luce, re: Vogel Alcove, Texas, 2007
Don Magid, Texas, 2008
Carrie Dodd Martinez, Family Abuse Center, Texas, 2008
Jim and Mollie Maresh, Texas, 2007
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, California, 1997-1999
Raymond D. Nasher, Texas, 1994-2007
National Institute for Citizen Education in the Law, Washington, D. C., 1991-1992, 2000
National Women's Education Fund, Washington, D. C., 1975-1979
John T. Pappas, re: Order of Ahepa, Washington, D. C., 1981
People for the American Way, Washington, D. C., 1981
Allen Pollack, re: Yeshiva University, New York, 1978
Peter R. Pouncey, Columbia University, New York, 1975
Cory Reaves, Texas, 2007
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4C525 American Freedom from Hunger Foundation, Washington, D. C., 1976
Center for Community Change, Jim Hightower and John G. Healey, Washington, D. C., and New York, 1975-1976
Common Cause, Washington, D. C., 1971-1974
Council on Social Work Education, New York, 1974-1976
The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Fund for the Republic, California, 1977-1980
Alan McGowan, Scientists' Institute for Public Information, New York, 1976-1981
McLennan Community College, Texas, 2004-2007
Bill Moyers, New York, 2006-2007
Donald Reiser, Texas, 2008
Religious Action Center, Washington, D. C., 1981
Robert Richter, New York, 1978
Gloria G. Rodriguez, AVANCE, Texas, 2007-2008
Sarah Cameron Rose, Texas, 2008
San Antonio Sports Foundation, Texas, 2008
Ned Schurman, National News Council, New York, 1976-1979
Trudi Schutz, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, New York, 1976
Herbert Shore, Texas, 1998-1999
Samuel J. Silberman, Council on Social Work Education, New York, 1975-1977
Martha Singleton, Texas, 2008
Garrick Smith, Texas, 2007
Southwestern Medical foundation, re: Kern Wildenthal, Texas, 2008
Recommendation letter for Wilbur S. Stein, New York, 1977
Gerald S. Strober, New York, 1978
Synagogue Council of America, New York, 1976
Thank you letters re: talk at Our Lady of the Lake University, 2008
William A. Turnage, The Wilderness Society, Washington, D. C., 1981
United Jewish Appeal, New York, 1978
University of North Texas, 1998-2001
University of Texas:
The University Cancer Foundation, 1976-1978
University of Texas at Austin, Social Work Foundation Advisory Council and Charles Laughton, 1971-1976
Urban Environment Conference, Inc., Washington, D. C., 1981
Angela Valenzuela, Texas Center for Education Policy, 2006-2007
Ashley Vandiver, Texas, 2007-2008
Sandra Wallace, Texas, 2008
Ashley Warren, Texas, 2008
Stanley Weiss, Switzerland and Washington, D. C., 1981, 1997
Stephen Wertheimer, New York, 1977-1979
Alison West, Texas, 2007-2008
Milton Wilson, Compassion Ministries, Texas, 2007
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, New York, 1977-1979
Elmo R. Zumwalt, New York, 1978
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4C526 4-H, Texas, 1995-1996
Clifford Black, Laredo State University, Texas, 1992
Winston Bode, Capital Eye/Public Information Company, 1971-1978
Richard Golden, Jewish Studies Program, University of North Texas, 2006-2007
Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, Ohio, 1985-2001
Todd D. Horner, son of David Horner, Texas, 1998
Vester T. Hughes, Jr., re: American Jewish Congress' Torch of Conscience Award Dinner, Texas, 1996
Joint Action in Community Service, Washington, D. C., 1996-2001
Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., 2006-2007
Lyric Opera of Waco, Texas, 2001-2002
National Child Labor Committee, The Lewis Hines Award, New York, 1998-1999
Rapoport Foundation:
Jim Holgersson, executive director, 1997-2000
William J. Lehrfield, P. C., Maryland, 1999
Overture Creative, Texas, 2007
Texas Committee for the Humanities, Texas, 1990-1991
Texas Intercollegiate Student Association, 1971-1974
Texas Observer, 1975
University of Texas, 1981-1985
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4C527 The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions and the Fund for the Republic, Inc., California, 1976-1980
Rapoport Foundation, Texas, 1999-2007
Texas Observer and Texas Democracy Foundation, Texas, 2006-2007
University of Texas (UT):
UT, 1975-1981
UT Austin, College of Liberal Arts, 2005-2007
UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, 2005-2007
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4C528 Baylor University, Texas, 1962-1979
Roy W. Dugger, James Connally Technical Institute and American Association of Small Cities, Texas, 1968-1977
Wally and Ruth Ellinger, Texas, 1972-1976
Hiram J. Friedsam, Texas, 1955-1975
Highlander Research and Education Center, Tennessee, 1967-1977
Paul Quinn College, Texas, 1971-1981
Texas Observer, 1963-1979
United Way, Texas, 1982
University of Texas at Austin, Robert D. King, 1982
Waco Area Civil Liberties Union, Texas, 1974
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4C529 Baylor University, certificate for homecoming fund contribution, Texas, 1981
Bootheel Regional Profile (Hayti Heights), Missouri, 1979-1973
Dallas Life Foundation, Texas, 1986
Economic Policy Institute, 1991-1994
Billy B. Goldberg, Texas, 1968-1984
Mark Green, New York, 1981-1993
Jerusalem Foundation, New York, 1991-1994
Robert M. Moore, ETV (Educational Television) Public Television, Texas, 1967-1968
National Women's Employment and Education, Lupe Anguiano, Texas, 1980
Paul Quinn College, Texas, 1976-1988
Tom Ricks, Asset Management Committee, Board of Regents, University of Texas, 1992-1995
United Way, Texas, 1983
Waco Lighthouse for the Blind, Texas, 1981-1982
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4C535 Martin Luther King, Jr., Foundation, 1968
National Rural Housing Coalition, 1966-1970
Shearson Lehmann, 1988-1989
Texas Council on Economic Education, 1977-1978
Texas Observer, 1990-1994
Tusculum College, Tennessee, 1981-1982
University of Texas (UT):
UT Board of Regents, 1991-1992
William Cunningham, 1991-1995
Arthur Dilly, 1991-1995
Hans Mark, 1991-1992
Vanguard School, Waco, Texas, 1980-1990
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4C549 Avance Superstar Awards, 2004
Center for Public Policy Priorities, Rapoport Legacy Dinner invitations and programs, 2006
Ronnie Dugger, Texas, 1967-1973
Nancy Grayson, Rapoport Academy, 2004-2008
Laurel Celeste Hand, Certificate of Appreciation, undated
McLennan Community College, Dennis Michaelis, Texas, 1996
National Council on Crime and Delinquency, California, 1982-1989
Netanya Academic College Honorary Degree Ceremony, 2007
Audre Rapoport, Galaxy Ball, 1965
Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice Annual Review, University of Texas Law School, 2008-2009
Rapoport Foundation Annual Reports, 2007-2012
"The Rapoport Tribute and Resolution," 1981
Santa Rita Award [from the University of Texas], 2008
Speeches:
"Bread and Hyacinths," speech to Baylor Opera Theatre, 1980
"Be Brave...", speech to Lions Club, 1986
"A Free Enterprise System," speech to Waco Founder Lions Club, 1979
Bernard Rapoport tribute dinner, 1981
"God and Humanism," speech to EOAC, 1987
Outreach program, opening remarks, 1981
Rotary Club:
Banquet for Outstanding Youth of McLennan County, 1984
"Corporate Responsibility," 1982
United Way:
Speech, 1983
Meeting, 1981, 1983
"Meeting Our Responsibilities," 1982
Speech to University of Texas at Austin on establishment of the Audre and Bernard Rapoport Centennial Chair in Economics and Public Affairs, 1987
"Welcoming New American Citizens," Hippodrome, Waco, Texas, 1990
Student Life, McLennan Community College, April/May 2009
University of Texas:
Arthur Dilly, 1992-1993
Chancellor's Council Executive Committee Meeting, 2001
Rapoport Scholarship, 1999-2000
System Directory, 1997-1998
System, University Lands; oil, gas, and mineral interests, 1991-1993
University of Texas School of Law, Certificate of Recognition to Bernard & Audre Rapoport, 2005
Waco Crime Commission, 1988
Waco Heritage & History, 1982
Youth Summit:
Publicity and planning, 1997-1998
Youth Summit, 1997-1998
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4C555 Ampal luncheon, 1981
Nathan Gray, Institute for Community Economics, Massachusetts, 1978-1980
Institute for Policy Studies, Marcus Raskin, Washington, D. C., June 10, 1988 - February 12, 1990
Israel, 1982-1986
Hans Mark, 1992-1993
Shirkumar Poddar, Educational Subscription Service, Inc., Michigan, 1971-1976
Rapoport Center for Human Rights Annual Review, 2011-2012
Texas Poilcy Research Forum, 1989-1993
University of Texas:
William Cunningham, 1993
University of Texas at Austin, 1991-1993
University of Texas, 1991-1992
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4C557 American Friends Service Committee, Inc., A. M. Dye, Jr., Washington, 1966-1981
Amnesty International, Patti Stine, California, 1974-1976
Fundraising:
Baylor Opera Theatre, 1980
Gitelsen dinner, April 14, 1984
State of Israel bonds reception, December 12, 1983
David James Hammerling, The New Direction, Inc., Pennsylvania, 1978-1982
Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, 1977
Texas Humanities Resource Center, 1990
University of Texas:
William Cunningham, 1992-1993
Health Science Center, 1990-1992
Hans Mark, 1991-1992
University of Texas, 1992-1993
World Paper, Massachusetts, 1986-1989
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4C560 Jac Friedgut, National Committee on American Foreign Policy, New York, 1976-1977
The Initiative Committee for National Planning, New York, 1975-1976
Israel trip, 1978
Jerusalem Foundation, New York, 1984-1988
Joint Center for Political Studies, 1989-1990
Alan McGowan, Scientists' Institute for Public Information, 1982-1984
F. Ray Marshall, Texas, 1982-1990
United Way, Texas, 1984-1994
Waco Boys' Club Foundation, 1987-1991
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4C566 "Basic", Howardville, Bootheel Agricultural Services, Missouri, 1971-1976
Baylor University, Texas, 1980-1991
Israel and overseas, 1957-1961
Luncheon, Ridgewood Regency Room, National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD), July 20, 1989
Stewart Rowlings Mott, Fund for Education in World Order, New York, 1986
National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD), California, 1992
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, New York, 1981-1985
University of Texas:
University of Texas at Arlington, Ryan Amacher, 993
University of Texas at Austin, William Cunningham, 1994
Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce, Texas, 1992
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4C571 Baylor University, 1991-1994
Board of Overseers, Ohio, 1976
Jerusalem Foundation, 1988-1990
Texas Humanities Resource Center, 1988-1990
University of Texas:
University of Texas, 1987-1991
University of Texas at Austin, 1994
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4C574 American Hebrew Congregations, San Francisco, California, 1965
American Savings and Loan Association, Florida, 1984-1986
Bernard Rapoport Postgraduate Institute, New York, 1980
Irving Howe, New York, 1985-1993
Institute for Policy Studies, Marcus Raskin, Robb Burlage, Dick Barnett, 1969-1984
United Jewish Appeal, 1962-1963
University of Texas, 1993-1994
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4C576 Proposal to conduct a financial and compliance audit of Paul Quinn College, 1988
William Regelson, Virginia, 1978-1983
Research Foundation for Medical Justice, Virginia, 1985
Texas Observer, 1980-1990
University of Texas, 1985-1994
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4C579 Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati Board of Overseers, 1975-1981
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, Bert and Sydney Smith, University of Texas at Austin, 1970-1981
Israel, 1966-1982
Jerusalem Foundation, New York, 1978-1983
Herb Shore, Dallas Home and Hospital for Jewish Aged, Texas, 1967-1976
Union of American Hebrew Congregations, New York, 1982
United Jewish Appeal, 1957-1971
United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1968-1972
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4C582 ADDS dinner, invitations, informative folders, 1979
Israel, 1991-1994
Joint Center for Political Studies, Washington, D. C., 1991-1993
Bob King, 1991-1994
The Nation, 1967-1991
Post-Graduate Institute for Digestive Health and Nutrition:
Inaugural dinner:
Guest list, 1979
No, 1979
Programs, 1979
Yes, 1979
Tom Ricks, 1991-1993
University of Texas at Austin, 1994-1995
World Paper, Crocker Snow, Massachusetts, 1979-1981
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4C584 Mental Health Association in Texas, 1985
Paul Quinn College, Texas, 1989-1999
Texas Observer, 1983-1999
University of Texas:
University of Texas at Austin:
William Cunningham, Texas, 1993
Max Sherman, Ed Dorn, LBJ School of Business, Texas, 1993-2001
University of Texas Pan-American, Texas, 1992-1993
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4J438a Economic Policy Institute, Washington, D. C., 1995-1999
The Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., 1998-1999
University of Texas (UT):
University of Texas at Arlington, 1994-1999
University of Texas at Austin:
UT-Austin, Texas, 2000-2001
LBJ School, Texas, 1998-2001
Sheldon Ekland-Olson, Texas, 1995-2001
Manuel J. Justiz, Texas, 1994-1999
Michael Sharlot, Texas, 1995-1999
UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Texas, 1995-2001
Waco I. S. D. (Waco Independent School District), Education Foundation Board, Texas, 1994-1999
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4J438e The Institute for the Humanities at Salado, Texas, 1986-1999
Jules Love, New York, 1982-1997
Regis/St. Elizabeth Centers, 1985-1994
State of Israel bonds, Texas, 1980-1983
Success Motivation Institute, Texas, 1987-1999
Texas A&M, Richard Devaul, Texas, 1992-2001
Texas Observer, Texas, 1995-1998
University of Texas:
Health Science Center, Texas, 1992-1994
R. D. Burck, Texas, 1991-1994
Tom Ricks, Texas, 1995-1997
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4J438g American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), New York, 1981-2000
The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, California, 1966-1973
Martin Hassner, New York, 1982-2000
Congratulations letters, Santa Rita Award, University of Texas, 2008
Seymour Melman, New York, 1989-1998
Southwest Intergroup Relations Council, Incorporated, Edwin Stanfield and Mario Obledo, Texas, 1969-1972
Texas Observer, Greg Olds, Texas, 1965-1975
University of Texas at Austin, Texas, 1997-1998
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4J438h Baylor University, Texas, 1994-1999
Committee to Promote Waco, Texas, 1991
Ronnie Dugger, New York, Texas, Massachusetts, 1976-1998
Outreach, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, New York, 1981-1996
University of Texas:
Art Dilly, University of Texas at Austin, 1995-1996
University Lands, Oil & Gas & Mineral, 1993-1996
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4J438j Arthur Cohen, New York, 1988-1989
Ronnie Dugger, Texas, 1974-1976
Football ticket requests for 1995, TX vs. _______, 1995-1996
Historic Waco Foundation Appreciation Certificate, Texas, undated
Inter-American Development Corp., Pennsylvania, 1967-1968
Hans Mark, Texas, 1993-1996
University of Texas:
Art Dilly, 1996
R. D. Burck, 1994-1997
William Cunningham, 1995-1996
Ray Farabee, 1991-1997
Alan W. Friedman, 1991-1993
Bob King, 1994-2001
George Kozmetsky, IC2, University of Texas at Austin, 1994-1997
University of Texas at Austin, 1995-1996
University of Texas at San Antonio, 1995-1997
University of Texas at San Antonio Health Science Center, 1995-1997
University of Texas at Tyler, George F. Hamm, 1991-1997
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4J438l Joint Action in Community Service, Washington, D. C., 1987-1997
University of Texas:
Robert M. Berdahl, 1992-1996
Shirley Binder, Texas, 1994-1996
William Cunningham, Texas, 1995-1996
University of Texas at Austin, 1996-1997
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4J438o Jerusalem Foundation, New York, 1998-1999
Bill Moyers, New York, 1971-2000
University of Texas:
Henry Groppe of Groppe, Long, & Littrel, 1991
Standish Meacham, 1991
University of Texas at Arlington, George N. Green, 1990-1992
University of Texas at Austin, 1995-1999
University of Texas at Health Science Center, 1994-1995
World Paper World Times, Massachusetts, 1990-2001
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4J438q Baylor University, Texas, 1998-2001
The Brazos Club, Texas, 1984-2000
Library of Congress, Washington, D. C., 1999-2001
University of Texas:
Mike Millsap, 1992-1999
Mark Yudof, University of Texas at Austin, 1993-1999
University of Texas at Austin, 1999
M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Charles A. LaMaistre, 1991-1999
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4J274 William Cunningham, University of Texas System, 1996-1998
Hiram J. Friedsam, Texas, 1976-1998
Robert L. Hilliard, The International University of Communications, Washington, D. C., 1969-1972
Jerusalem Foundation, New York, 1995-1998
Bernard Rapoport:
Correspondence to and from rabbis [including Amiel Wohl], 1961-1972
Miscellaneous Jewish organizations, 1963-1970
Texas Observer, Texas, 1999-2000
Waco Symphony Orchestra, Texas, 1988-2000
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Alliance for Rural-Urban Balance, Washington, D. C., 1969
Castle Homes, Incorporated, Eugene R. Van Meter, Indiana, 1956
The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions:
California, 1972-1976
Malcolm Moos, California, 1974-1975
Committee to Investigate Assassinations, Washington, D. C., 1969
Dag Hammarskjȍld College, 1968-1973
Neil H. Jacoby, Business Economics, Policy, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), California, 1973
Pacifica Foundation, Texas, 1968-1975
Paul Quinn College, 1960-1965
Don E. Post, Texas, 1965-1967
Research Center for Educational, Social, Political, and Economic Change, New Jersey, 1971-1972
University of Texas:
University of Texas at Austin, 1997-1998
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Action Planning Council, Texas, 1969-1972
Paul Quinn College, 1966-1970

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Personal:

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2.325/F81 Rapoport’s diaries:
Three diaries of Bernard Rapoport, 1935-1938
Newspaper clippings about Progressive Democrats at UT, [1938]
[Removed from back of Bernard Rapoport's 1938 diary.]
Bruce D. Abbott, New York, 1977
Bob and Charlotte Abrahms, Texas, 2008
Agudath Jacob, Texas, 2008
All Souls Church, New York, 2008
Sam and Sharon Allison, Texas, 2007
Jack Atkins, Texas, 2008
Melissa Bice Balusek, Texas, 2008
Babs Baugh, Texas, 2008
Family of Dorothy Beard, Texas, 2008
Sidney Bertin, New York, 1979
Sue Bigham, Texas, 2007
Catherine Brown, Texas, 2007-2008
Spencer Brown, Texas, 2007
Rommie and Marilee Bryan, Texas, 2007
Samuel Chavkin, New York, 1976
Anna and Sidney Cohen, Wisconsin, 2008
Linkie Cohn, Texas, 2008
Lester L. Coleman, New York, 1978-1979
James Copeland, Waco Internal Medicine, [circa 2007]
Eleanor B. Crook, Texas, 2007
Steven and Cheryl Cutbirth, Texas, 2007
Albert van Daalen, Switzerland, 1993, 2001, 2003
John Dalton, Washington, D. C., 1981
Robert Darden, Texas, 2008
Mark Deering, Texas, 2007
Richard A. Dell, Virginia, 1971
Robin Dillinger, Washington, D. C., 1981
Melvin A. Dow, Texas, 2008
Peter B. Edelman, Washington, D. C., 1981
Doug and Jessica Epperson, Texas, 2008
Creekmore Fath, Texas, 1957, 1968-2007
Karen Fawcett, Washington, D. C., 1981
Aryeh Feigenbaum, Texas, 2008
John Fletcher, Fletcher Communications, Texas, 2007
Donna Fox, re: Thank you letter for The Four Agreements, Texas, 2008
Joy Frank, New York, 1977
Avrohom C. Fruchthandler, Mesivta Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin, New York, 2008
Joe Gordian, re: Robert Kuttner book, Texas, 2007
John Gregory, Texas, 2008
Donald R. Grobowsky, Texas, 2007
Articles by Professor Edward Everett Hale (E. E. Hale), University of Texas at Austin, 1942, undated
Elizabeth Forsling Harris, New York, 1978
Art and Louise Helms, Texas, 2007
Robert B. Hodes, New York, 1979
Dorothy L. Horsley, Texas, 2007-2008
Max Imberman, York Neckwear, New York, 1975-1977
Melissa Ann Jones, Texas, 2007
Joe Kagle, Texas, 2004-2006
Rudy Kelley, Texas, 2007
Carol and Robert Key, Texas, 2007
Sherry Knight, Texas, 2008
Floyd Kops, New York, 1977
Joe Kraft, Washington, D. C., 1981
Jordan Kujala, Minnesota, 2008
Margie Lacy, Texas, 2008
Vlastislav "Landovi" Landa, Czechoslovakia, 1990
Fred Landmann, New York, 1976
Michael Lattman, New York, [ca. 1975-1976]
Lowell Lebermann Jr., Texas, 2007
J. Michael, Texas, 2007
Adam Lemion, Texas, 2008
Carl Leubsdort, Dallas Morning News, Washington, D. C., 1981
Ira F. Levy, Texas, 2008
Louis Stausk Co., Inc., Religious Supplies and Books, New York, 1978
Leslie Mandel, New York, 1976
Leo Marcus, Moshman Associates, Washington, D. C., 1981
Mollie Maresh, Texas, 2007
Bruce Marquart, New York, 1978
Paul J. Mason, Sutherland, Asbill, & Brennan, Washington, D. C., 1981
Marie McGrath, New York, 1977
Hayden McIlroy, Texas, 2007
Sydney Kathryn McQuaid, Texas, 2007
Rolf Merton, New York, 1976
Jeanne Mirick, Texas, 2007
W. A. "Tex" Moncrief, Jr., Texas, 2007-2008
Susan Mulcahy, Media Matters, Washington, D. C., 2008
Otto Mullinax, Texas, 1994
John Nash, Switzerland, 1995-2005
Ralph R. Nash, NASA, Washington, D. C., 1981
National Mah Jongg League, Inc., from Audre Rapoport, New York, 1978
Maurice Nevelow, Texas, 2007
George and Virginia Nokes, Texas, 2007
Angelo Ochoa, Texas, 2007
Denise Parks, Texas, 2007
Laurence Peter and William Morrow and Company, Inc., re: Peter’s Quotations, New York, 1977-1979
Philip Morris Companies, Inc, Francis D. Gomez, re: Audre’s cigarettes, New York, 1995
Arieh L. Plotkin, New York, 1977-1979
Madeline Podorzer, Texas, 2007-2008
Alan Pyke, Connecticut, 2008
Ronnie Rapoport’s remarks to Abby Rapoport at her Bat Mitzvah service, October 1998
Bruce Rappaport, Switzerland, 1998-2005
David Rappaport, New York, 1977
Maria Rolfe, re: Sidney Rolfe’s death, New York, 1976
Randal J. Rose, JP Morgan Chase and Co., Texas, 2008
Philip Rosen, New York, 1977
Moti Rotem, Texas, Texas, 2008
Christine Russell, re: Cannibals and Kings by Marvin Harris, New York, 1979
Jesse Garrison Sale re: the passing of Jim Sale, Texas
Clyde M. Schaefer, New York, 1977
Fred Schmidt, Texas, 1965-1990
Martin and Loren Schwartz, Texas, 2008
Charles Seay, Sr., Texas, 2006
Frank Shatz, Virginia, 2008
Thank you letters for The Indignant Eye by Ralph E. Shikes, New York, 1978-1979
Gay Siv[?]son, Washington, D. C., 1981
Dottie Smith, Texas, 2008
Harry Smith, Texas, Texas, 2008
Mark Smith, Texas, 2008
Philip M. Stern, New York and Washington, D. C., 1981
Matthew Stevenson, Switzerland, 2004-2007
The Stewart family, Texas, 2007
Judy Tate, Texas, 2008
Sylvia H. Thompson, New York, 1978
Andy Tindel, Texas, 2008
Lauren Trahan, Texas, 2007
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Texas, 2008
Jack Valenti, Motion Picture Association of America, Washington, D. C., 1981
Sander Vanocur, ABC News, Washington, D. C., 1981
W. W. Norton and Company, Inc., New York, 1977
Waco Ear, Nose, and Throat, Texas, 2008
Ben Wattenberg, oral history transcripts with Bernard Rapoport, Washington, D. C., 1979
David A. Wechsler, Washington, D. C., 1981
David Wilhelm, Illinois, 1995, 2002
Joanne Wilson, San Antonio College, Texas, 2007
Amiel Wohl, New York, 1975-1979
Benjamin Wolkowitz, re: Jonathan G. Strauss, Washington, D. C., 1981
Womrath Trinity Book Shop, New York, 1967-1979
Ken Worley, Missouri, 2008
Stanley and Jane Cowan Zeidner, Michigan, 2008
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4C537 Baylor University, Oral History, Texas, 1972-1975
Karen Buck, Washington, D.C., 1970-1975
Christmas cards, Texas, 2007
Coursework:
Economics 365 notes, 1940
Economics 371 notes, 1939
Economics course papers, undated
English course papers, undated
Government 344 and Economics 386K notes, 1940
Government 344 papers, undated
Harold L. Goodman, Texas, 1974-1975
Holiday cards from the Rapoport Family, 1996, 1998
Holiday Inn Priority Club, Texas, 1987-1992
Isak Isaksson, Sweden, 2000
W. D. Julian and family, Texas, 2005-2007
Chaddie and Daniel Y. Kruger family, daughter of Idel B. McLanathan, Texas, 2004-2007
Lowell Lebermann, Jr., Bill and Isabella Cunningham, and Ben and Melanie Barnes Texas, 2008
Idus Murphree, Ohio, 1961-1967
Trevor Pearlman, Texas 2005
Bernard Rapoport's 65th birthday scrapbook, 1982
David Rapoport papers:
Photocopy of certificate for David Rapoport as Russian political refugee from socialist party exiles in Belgium, 1913
Photocopy of membership card, Socialist Party in America, Texas, 1914
Ellen Sweet, Dallas Morning News, Texas, 2005
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4C543 90th Birthday party invitations and program, 2007
AAdvantage Department, American Airlines, Texas, 1981-1985
W. A. "Bill" Anderson, Jr., 1991-1994
Articles of Interest, 2010-2011
Idel Bruckman family and Madeline Cole family, 1973-1995
Brass Tacks, undated
Book Review by B. Rapoport, Marriner Eccles
Charles Schwab and Company, 1988
Famous quotes, 2003
Interesting Items, 2008
Memorial Service, 2012
Memorial Service Program
Waco Today, "Remembering Bernard Rapoport," May, 2012
Cappy McGarr, Texas, 1991-1994
Newspaper Features, 2010-2011
Bernard Rapoport's 65th birthday party, 1982
BR Special File, 2006
Ronnie Rapoport, 1977, 2004-2008
Ronald C. Rosen, California, 1971-1974
B. (Lorayne) Waldrip, Alaska, 1969-1977
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4C559 Arthur M. Dye, Jr., Missouri, 1975-1979
Europe, 1966
France trip, March-April 1983
Hong Kong trip, March 1981
Jackson Square Travel, TX, 1988-1990
Letters for Bernard Rapoport, 1987
London-Paris trip, March 26-April 8, 1983
Mexico, 1975
Mexico City Trip, Rapoports, 1975
J. R. Parten, Texas, 1980-1992
Laurence J. and Irene Peter, California, 1974-1986
Milton R. Polland, 1966-1979
Bernard Rapoport:
Clippings, bills and receipts, correspondence, 1957-1959
Legal documents, 1961-1963
Financial documents, 1952-1965
Financial and legal documents, 1950-1965
Printed material, financial statements, 1966-1969
Studs Terkel, Division Street: America; Random House of New York, 1967-1972
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4C580 Stringfellow Barr, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, New Jersey, 1966-1979
Jerry M. Brady, Washington, D. C., 1976-1980
Ted Brooks, The Wichita Eagle, Kansas, 1972-1978
Timothy Dickinson, Editor, Harper's, New York, 1975-1976
Joseph Duffy, Washington, D. C., 1972-1981
Abba P. Lerner, "Cross of Gold", Michigan, 1964
Samuel M. Loescher, Department of Economics, Indiana University, 1978
Edward Maurer, Lundgren and Maurer, Architects, 1957-1960
[Richard Nixon’s] "Enemies" listing, Bernard Rapoport, 1973
Pan American Airlines, 1984-1987
Piedmont Airlines, 1984-1988
Dennis Pirages, Institute of Political Studies, Maryland, 1972-1976
Bernard Rapoport:
Paid bills, 1965-1973
Lawrence A. Bruckman, Kathy, Idel, and Lorrie Jo, 1968-1972
Rapoport's heart attack, 1979
Response to well wishers, October 1979
"Rassco" Rural and Suburban Settlement Co. Ltd., 1963
Trips:
Europe, 1966
Mexico, 1975
Theodore Waller, Grolier Educational, 1974-1981
Palmer Weber, 1980-1986
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[Bernard Rapoport's] 75th Birthday Tributes, 1992
Idel Bruckman's and Bert Kruger Smith's families, Texas, 1995-2001
Lawrence A. Bruckman, Texas, 1958-1963
Audrey L. Goodman, Texas, 1969-1976
John G. Healey, Amnesty International, New York, 1976-1985
Megatravel, Texas, 1989-1990
Paul W. Reeves, 1968-1970
Bernard Rapoport, Rodef Sholom, 1965-1969
Speeches, Volume I, Parts 1-2, 1954-1968
Speeches, Volume II, Parts 1-4, 1955-1962
Speeches, Volume III, 1962-1966
Trips, 1972-1974

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Assorted:

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2M392 "Items of special interest to Bernard Rapoport", "Red Book" [articles]:
Book II, July 1991-February 1994
Book 4, Started March 14, 1996, February 1996-September 1997
Book 5, September 23, 1997-June 11, 1998
Book 6, June 1998-November 1999
August 1999-January 2001
Center for Public Policy Priority dinner honoring Bernard Rapoport, including appearance by former President Bill Clinton, May 19, 2006
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2M389 Rapoport Speeches, 1954-1990
Oral History Memoir, Baylor University Program for Oral History, Interviews #1-5, 1972-1975
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4C540 Contact Information,
Addresses and names, 2001-2007
Mailing list, 2003
Contact lists, 2002-2010
Political list, 1996
Essays and articles by Bernard Rapoport, 2001-2009
Photocopy of article, "Sad dissection of public lives: We don't need microscopic look at their past" by Bernard Rapoport, Waco Tribune-Herald, July 10, 1997
Photocopies of speeches and newspaper articles by and about Bernard Rapoport, 1996-1997
Photocopies of Articles and Book Excerpts, 2003-2010
Speeches:
Rapoport speeches on "Leadership" and "Nostalgia," 1999, undated
Rapoport on being edged out, 1999
Rapoport remarks on Bill Clinton, and speech by Clinton, 1998
Hints for Speechmaking, undated
Speeches, 1999-2010
Quotes for Speeches, undated
Waco Tribune-Herald op-eds by Rapoport, Texas 1996
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4C569 Business cards, undated
Contact lists, 2010, undated
Editorials by Bernard Rapoport, 1996-2002
Newspaper articles, 1983-1988
Newspaper articles and letters, 1995-2004
Pennsylvania maps, undated
Political lists, 1995-2000
Quotes for speeches, 2002-2012, undated
Miscellaneous Rapoport speeches, notes, and other statements, 1966-1980
Robertson F. Alford, business card, Italy, undated
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4J332 Articles:
Texas Business article: "Prominent Texas Executives," 1982
Too Big to Fail, Tamara Jacobs, 1984
Editorials for Waco Tribune-Herald, 1983-1989
Letters to:
Business Week, 1980
Los Angeles Times concerning workers in Poland, 1980
Metzenbaum, 1980
Newspapers, 1979-1984
Tennessean and Nashville Banner, 1984
Washington Star, 1979
Publisher Catalogs, 1976-1977
Speeches, Volume 4, Part 2, 1969-1971 [Part 1 missing]

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Miscellaneous correspondence:

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United States
Alabama, 1980-1990
Alaska, 1958-1987
Arizona, 1984-1992
Delaware, 1960-1989
Hawaii, 1963-1990
Idaho, 1960-1988
Indiana, 1980-1989
Maryland, 2001-2003
Minnesota, 1987-2003
Mississippi, 1960-1988
Montana, 1961-1989
Nevada, 1962-1988
New Hampshire, 1962-1989
New Jersey, 2001-2003
New York, 2001-2002
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M02 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States
Texas, 2001-2004
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M03 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States
California, 2001-2002
Florida, 1998, 2001-2003
New York, 2002-2003
Virginia, 1999-2004
Washington, D. C., 2001-2003
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M04 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
Africa, 1974-1981
Argentina, 1984-1991
Austria, 1977-1998
Bahamas 1987
Belgium, 1978
Brazil, 1981-1989
Chile, 1987
China, 1981-1990
Denmark, 1979-1998
Dominican Republic, 1965-1989
Ecuador, 1979-1996
Egypt, 1982-1988
England, 1999-2003
Finland, 1986
Germany, 1965-1987
Greece, 1986-1991
Guam, 1976
Guyana, 1969-1968, 1978
Hong Kong [William Yu Co., tailors, correspondence], 1990
Hungary, 1987
India, 1991-2006
Iran, 1974-1977
Ireland, 1987-1990
Italy, 1966-1990
Japan, 1961-1990
Karachi, 1966
Kenya, 1962, 1980-1987
Korea, 1984-1990
Monaco, 1984
Netherlands, 1979-1999
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M05 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
"Reading File for Bernard Rapoport " [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]:
September 2002-May 2004
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M06 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
"Reading File for Bernard Rapoport " [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]:
September 2004-May 2007
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M07 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Texas, 1974-1975, 2001-2002
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M08 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Colorado, 1971-1984
Maryland, 2003-2006
Tennessee, 1959-1974
Texas, 1975-1978
Washington, D.C., 1978
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M09 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Alabama, 1959-1979
Arizona, 1957-1984
New York, 1980-1984
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M10 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Washington, D. C., 1974-1980
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M11 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Connecticut, 1960-1982
New York, 1975, 1979
Washington, D. C., 1982-1985
International:
Switzerland, 1993-1999
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M12 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
California, 1974-1977, 2006-2007
Illinois, 2004-2007
Massachusetts, 2004-2007
New York, 2006-2008
Texas, 2001
Virginia, 2006-2007
Washington, D. C., 2006-2008
Bernard Rapoport Reading Files, 2007-2008 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]
International:
England, 2006-2007
Israel, 2006-2007
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M13 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
California, 1978-1984
Texas, 1978-1979, 2007
Reading Files for Bernard Rapoport, 2007-2008 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]:
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M14 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Ohio, 1973-1979
Oklahoma, 1958-1979
Pennsylvania, 1976
Texas, 1978-1981
Virginia, 1959-1982
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M15 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Texas, 1981-1984
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M16 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Florida, 1975-1981
Illinois, 1975-1979
Indiana, 1965-1976
Iowa, 1959-1984
Maryland, 1975-1981
Massachusetts, 1973-1981
Texas, 1983-1985
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M17 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Missouri, 1969-1978
New Jersey, 1959-1982
New York, 1974-1976
Texas, 1987-1989
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M18 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Louisiana, 1966-1968
Michigan, 1959-1964
Missouri, 1959-1968
New York, 1959-1969
Ohio, 1957-1964
Texas, 1994
Washington, D. C., 1990-1992
International:
Israel, 1987-1991
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M19 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
California, 1986-1988
Texas, 1985-1992
Washington, D. C., 1986-1987
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M20 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
California, 1984-1986
Washington, D. C., 1989-2009
Texas, 2008-2009
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M21 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
California, 1988
Georgia, 1973-1986
Illinois, 1980-1986
Texas, 1992-1993
Washington, D. C., 1984-1991
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M22 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Date order correspondence, 1990-1991
International:
England, 1992
United States:
Maryland, 1982-1986
Michigan, 1973-1988
Minnesota, 1962-1987
New York, 1990-1991
Pennsylvania, 1983-1986
Texas, 1990-1992
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United States:
California, 1989-1994
Massachusetts, 1985-1989
New York, 1987
North Carolina, 1960-1987
Texas, 1990-1991
Washington, D. C., 1992-1995
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M24 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
England, 1972-1990
United States:
Colorado, 1994
Florida, 1994
Georgia, 1991
Massachusetts, 1981-1985
New Jersey, 1983-1991
New York, 1984-1986
Washington, 1990
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United States:
Florida, 1982-1985
Indiana, 1977
New York, 1985-1990
Ohio, 1980-1986
Texas, 1990-1994
Miscellaneous items, 1970-1975
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M26 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
Puerto Rico, 1969-1987
United States:
Illinois, 1986-1993
New York, 1988-1989
Texas, 1989-1990
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M27 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
New York, 1991-1993
Tennessee, 1975-1988
Texas, 1993-1995
Virginia, 1994-1995
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M28 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Illinois, 1993-2000
Iowa, 1985-1999
Texas, 1986-1994
Virginia, 1995-1999
Wisconsin, 1988-1999
International:
Israel, 1998-2000
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M29 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Reading Files, January 1995 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]
United States:
California, 1969-1970
Illinois, 1956-1965
Indiana, 1963-1964
Texas, 1957-1962
Washington, 1994-2001
Washington, D. C., 1994-1999
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M30 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Colorado, 1994-1997
New York, 1999-2001
Ohio, 1994-2001
Oklahoma, 1980-2001
Pennsylvania, 1989-1998
West Virginia, 1958-1998
International:
Russia, 1983-1996
Reading Files, February 1995 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]
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M31 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
California, 1968
Reading Files, March 1995, January 1996 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]
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M32 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
February-November 1996
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M33 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Reading Files, December 1996 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]
Miscellaneous tapes, 1980-1984
United States:
New Jersey, 1991-2001
New Mexico, 1957-2000
Texas, 1997
Washington, D. C., 1995-1997
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M34 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Indiana, 1986-2000
New York, 1994-1995, 1998-1999
Texas, 1995
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M35 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Maine, 1960-1989
Texas, 1995-1997
International:
England, 1992-1994
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M36 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
England, 1993-1996
United States:
Massachusetts, 1990-1994
New York, 1992-1997
Texas, 1996-1997
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M37 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
Israel, 1994-1997
United States:
Louisiana, 1982-2000
Maryland, 1989-2001
Massachusetts, 1997-2001
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M38 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
Hong Kong, 1967-2001
France, 1963-2001
United States:
Arkansas, 1963-1999
Kansas, 1959-2001
Kentucky, 1958-1999
Texas, 1998-1999
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International:
Israel, 2000-2001
United States:
Florida, 1994-2001
Georgia, 1994-2000
Michigan, 1988-2001
Missouri, 1979-2001
Nebraska, 1962-2000
Texas, 1999
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M40 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
Texas, 1999-2001
Washington, D. C., 1973-1974, 2000-2001
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M41 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Reading Files, 1997 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]
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M42 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
Reading Files, 1998 [Copies of correspondence from Rapoport]
United States:
California, 1995-2001
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M43 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
Israel, 1997-1998
United States:
Paper/Correspondence, 1998
Texas, 1998
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M44 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
International:
Canada, 1960-1999
United States:
Connecticut, 1983-2000
New York, 1997
Washington, D. C., 1958-1971
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M45 [BOX RESTRICTED pending review by Archivist.]
United States:
California, 1958-1967, 1971-1974
Colorado, 1960-1971
Illinois, 1966-1975
Maryland, 1957-1974
Washington, D. C., 1994-2000
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United States:
Massachusetts, 1959-1973
Michigan, 1964-1973
New York, 1969-1974
Ohio, 1965-1973
Pennsylvania, 1962-1975
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Media:

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4D252 Optical media (DVD, CD, and CD-ROM):
Assorted:
B's List (Contact information)
Business:
Profile of Bernard Rapoport, American Income Life Insurance Co., Produced by Paul Greenway, 1988
Unions-America.com start-up disk for Microsoft Explorer, [2000] [Separated from Cecil Ray Griffin, Florida, 1999-2007.]
Philanthropy:
Greater Waco Community Education Summit, 1988
Rapoport Foundation logo, 2007
Rapoport Service Scholars video, (2 copies), 2011
Show 114, An Optimist for Our Times
Special Session, Episode 214: "Remembering Molly Ivins," 2007
The University of Texas School of Music: An Evening of Grieg, 09/04/2007
State of Tomorrow: Rising Challenges. Higher Education Solutions Curriculum Resources CD 2007
Molly Ivins, undated
Selections from Moyers on Democracy, 2008
The NewsHour in New Mexico, 10/13-17 2008
The War: Central Texas Remembers WWII, 2007
Personal:
Final Tribute Lady Bird Johnson: Service at Riverbend Center 2007
Awards:
PBS Development Leadership Award: Bernard Rapoport, 2005
Walk the Talk, Planned Parenthood Award: Audre and Bernard Rapoport, (2 copies), 2009
Book Reports, undated
Memoir Notes:
Duplicate CD: Social and Political: Philsophy #2
Duplicate CD: Social and Political: Philsophy #3
Duplicate CD: Social and Political: Philsophy #4
Duplicate CD: Social and Political: Philsophy #3-4
Tributes/honors:
CPPP B Rapoport Tribute (2 copies)
2006 Legacy Dinner Honoring Bernard Rapoport, Keynote Speaker Bill Clinton (3 copies), 2006
Texas Lyceum Association honors Bernard Rapoport, (2 copies), October 7, 2005
Planned Parenthood tribute video, 2009
Bernard Rapoport's 90th Birthday:
B's 90th Birthday, (2 copies), July 17, 2007
Bill Clinton's 90th Birthday Wishes to B, 2007
Honoring Bernard Rapoport, B's 90th Birthday, Producd by Diane Zander Mason, 2007
Padgitt's [photos of Audre and B with Presidents Obama and Clinton, Senator Ted Kennedy, etc.], [circa 2000-2010]
Writings by Bernard Rapoport:
Add-Ins for Rings, 2002-2003
Add-Ins for Speeches, 2012
Being Rapoport DVD, undated
Card Ring #41, 2011
Speeches and newspaper articles, 1989-1997
Speeches, Vols. I-VI, 1954-1978
Speeches, 1998-2010
Waco 1000 Speeches and Articles
Interviews:
Oral memoirs of Bernard Rapoport:
With Stephen Sloan of Baylor University, (2 copies), January 8, 2009
Interviews #1-13
McLennan Community College:
Northwood House, Rapoport Interview, February 19, 2009
Interview with B Rapoport, McLennan Community College (MCC) Foundation, February 21, 2009
Superintendant's Update: Interview with Bernard Rapoport, WISD-TV Productions
Collected publications and notes on publications:
Articles Interest
Social and political philosophy files #1-4
Philosophy, A-Z
Ring binders:
#1, TIFFs
#1-40, 2012
Quotes, A-H, 2012
Quotes, I-Z and Anonymous, 2012
VHS videocassettes:
Personal:
"Bernard Rapoport: Son of a Revolutionist," produced by Ivey Production Company and Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas
Paul Steckler, "B(eing) Rapoport"
Austin at Issue #925, Bernard Rapoport / Joyce King, KLRU, (3 copies), July 10, 2002
Lessons from Mr. B and Red, 9/30/2003
Interview: Bernard Rapoport, Anne Lewis, (3 copies), 2004
Political:
Radical Issues Speech, Bernard Rapoport and Bill Clinton, 10/16/1995
Philanthropy:
Texas Ex-Students' Assoc. Distinguished Alumnus Awards by Rapoport, 1997
Waco Community Youth Summit PSAs, 2 videocassettes, [Separated from "Youth Summit-Publicity and Planning"], 1998
Announcement of the Dave Campbell Media Center at Baylor University, 07/21/1999
Audiotapes:
Philanthropy:
"A Retread Liberal" Talk to Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Memphis, (audio cassettes) 1972
B's Speeches (18 microcassettes), undated
Meeting with Bernard Rapoport, Mark Firmin, Ramona Kelly, Stephanie Malmros, Laurel Rozema, and Tom Stanton, (3 microcassettes) 10/10/2011
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3S222 Photographs:
Oversized photographic material
Business:
Deframed photographs:
From frame with plaques read "Bernard Rapoport: Honorary Agent of Duluth, Minnesota," Duluth, Minnesota river scene, color, 11 in. x 14 in., undated
Mounted or matted prints:
Bernard Rapoport sitting and posing at desk, mounted, black and white, 12 in. x 14 in., [ca. 1950-1960]
Mounted or matted prints [AR 92-414]:
Board of Directors, Citizens National Bank of Waco, Texas: Harold McNabb, Charles G. Eidson, Jr., Lawrence C. Lacy, Joe D. Newton, Roane M. Lacy, Joe L. Ward, Jr., Walter G. Lacy, Jr., George E. Wolfe, Jr., Jerome Cartwright, H. Hart Nance, J. W. Jeffrey, Bernard Rapoport, William A. Nesbitt, Victor T. Newman, J. Carroll Wood, Claude R. Perry, Edwin R. Nash, C. B. Williams, Abner V. McCall, Lee Lockwood, Patrick Taggart, and Frank Connally, Jr., color, matted, 9.25 in. x 16 in., back stamped "Jimmie Willis, Waco, Texas," [ca. 1970s]
Philanthropy:
Deframed photographs [AR 2012-283]:
McLennan Community College Adult Education Program Commencement, 1999
Carolyn Thornton, Bernard Rapoport and Bill Cunningham at reception at Guadalupe Theater, 9.75 in. x 17.75 in., matted with news clipping, black and white, 02/05/1997
Bernard Rapoport with Sam Riklin, 8 in. x 11 in., matted with news clipping, color, 03/11/1996
Portrait of [Bill Powers?], 11 in. x 14 in., matted, color, [circa 1990s-2000s]
Collage of photographs from Ben Barnes Fellowships in Public Libraries Inaugural Dinner at LBJ School of Public Affairs, color, matted with placard, 09/11/2000
Political:
Deframed photographs [AR 2013-283]:
Signed print commemorating Camp David Accords, [circa 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport, Hilary Clinton, Audre Rapoport, and unidentified man, matted, color, 10 in. x 12 in., [ca. 1993]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with Edwin and Jane Muskie, matted, inscribed "To Audre and Bernie: I am sure you know how much your support and encouragement have meant to me. Your friendship is something I will never forget. [Ed Muskie]," 09/1971
Audre Rapoport with Anne and Oscar Mauzy, 11 in. x 12.75 in., matted, black and white, inscribed "To Audre [illegible text] friends and admirers / Oscar and Anne Mauzy," [circa 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man and woman from Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, matted, color, [ca. 1990s]
Mounted or matted prints:
Portraits of John C. Beck:
Color print, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1950s]
11 in. x 14 in. matte, inscribed "To ‘B’ For whom I have the greatest esteem--John C. Beck," [ca. 1950s]
Ron Clower, inscribed "To a true friend of the ‘KB’s’ and all the people of Texas! Ron Clower," black and white, mounted, 11 in. x 14 in., [ca. 1970s]
Unidentified man and Bernard Rapoport with Mondale pin posing, color, mounted and matted, 11 in. x 14 in., back has sticker reading "Joseph Reilly, Broward Federal Savings and Loan," [circa 1984]
Mounted or matted prints [AR 92-414]:
Portrait of John Glenn, autographed, black and white, mounted, 10.5 in. x 12.5 in., [ca. 1985-1989]
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4D237 Prints and negatives:
Business:
Separations:
Bayard Rustin of Black Americans to Support Israel Committee, Bernard Rapoport, and Matthew Schoenwald of Histadrut, American Income Life Insurance Company check presentation to Bayard Rustin and Matthew Schoenwald for their support of the American Trade Union Council of Histadrut, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [removed from Histadrut, New York, 1976-1984 (Folder 2 of 2)] 1976
Ray Canale, black and white photograph, 8 in. x 10 in., [removed from folder, "Ray Canale, New York, 1977-1978”] 1977
Rhonda Kaye Griffin Glover, color, 2.5 in. x 3.5 in., [removed from Cecil Ray Griffin, Florida, 1991-2007] 1995
Memogram to Bernard Rapoport from Richard Halfenger with two photos of the Pacific Coast Metal Trades Annual Convention, October 25, 1979 [removed from Misc Corr, DC, 1979]
Bernard Rapoport, speaking at the Pacific Coast Metal Trades Annual Convention, black and white, 5 in. x 7 in., Don Aron Commercial Photography, [removed from Misc Corr, DC, 1979] [1979]
Bernard Rapoport and several unidentified speakers, speaking at the Pacific Coast Metal Trades Annual Convention, black and white, 5 in. x 7 in., Don Aron Commercial Photography, [removed from Misc Corr, DC, 1979] [1979]
Bernard Rapoport and child in Puerto Rico, color, 3 in. x 5 in., 1989
[Removed from folder, "Spotlight, 1969-1989"]
Dixie Crider, color, 4 in. x 5 in., [ca. 1988]
[Removed from folder, "Spotlight, 1969-1989"]
Alice Tolmer, color, 3 in. x 5 in., 1988
[Removed from folder, "Spotlight, 1969-1989"]
Alicia Farber, color5 in. x.5 in. x 3.5 in. [ca. 1988]
[Removed from folder, "Spotlight, 1969-1989"]
Monica Schneider, color, 4 in. x 4 in., 1988
[Removed from folder, "Spotlight, 1969-1989"]
Dorothy Fairfax, color, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1988]
[Removed from folder, "Spotlight, 1969-1989"]
Service Mutual Insurance Company Building, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., September 22, 1953
[removed from American Income Life Insurance Co., TX, 1953-1956]
AR 2002-121:
Dave Daniels and Hank Brown talking, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
AR 2012-283:
Bernard Rapoport with 3 American Income employees, inscribed, "Mr. Rapoport, Congratulations on making American Income such a success! Best Wishes Always, Scott & Susan." 4 in. x 6 in., [1991]
Chuck and Dee Ford, Lucy [Louise Dearmin?], Bernard Rapoport, Rudy and Arnelda Laudenbach, and Audre Rapoport, 7 in. x 9 in., Washington, D.C., AIL Convention. [July, 1969]
Bernard Rapoport with [Board of Directors?], 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s?]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport in AIL offices, 4 in. x 6 in., [2 copies], [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport and Maureen Sweeney, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport talking with John and Maureen Sweeney, three photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport and two unidentified men, 4 in. x 6 in., [1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport, John Sweeney, [Roger Smith?], member, unidentified woman, three photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Two Minnesota AFL-CIO members, 4 in. x 6 in., [1994]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with AIL Public Relations employee, [ca. 2000s]
Unidentified man, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1950s-1960s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with three unidentified men, 5 in. x 8 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with Ronnie Rapoport and unidentified woman, 4 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Jules Pagano, Azanu Mekunen, and Bernard Rapoport, two photos, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 2000s]
Azanu Mekunen and Bernard Rapoport, two photos, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport and unidentified man [Elliott?], 4 in. x 6 in., [1990s]
Bernard Rapoport and unidentified man [Fred?] and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca.1990s]
Audre Rapoport and unidentified man [Fred?] and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with Jim and Marta Mattox, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with woman in AIL sweatshirt, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport and Audre Rapoport with two unidentified men, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with two unidentified men, inscribed "Boyle M[????]", 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport standing at podium, John Sweeney and two unidentified men in background, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Dick Gephardt speaking with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Dick Gephardt speaking with John and Maureen Sweeney, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport and Dick Gephardt speaking with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport speaking with Dick Gephardt, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with Dick Gephardt and unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Audre Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with Dick Gephardt with unidentified man and woman, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 19990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with Dick Gephardt and unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with Dick Gephardt, Roger Smith, and unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport speaking with Roger Smith and unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Audre Rapoport with Maureen Sweeney, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport, Maureen Sweeney, John Sweeney, Audre Rapoport, and unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with two unidentified men, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with three unidentified men, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Unidentified man and Jim Wright, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with Jim Wright and unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Jim Wright and unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [2000]
Mr. and Mrs. Hunters, Scott Allendale, Jim Surace and Bob McKenzie, possibly at AIL Convention, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport, Jim Wright and Al Barkan, 3 in. x 5 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport and Bill Moyers speaking with group of men, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport and Bill Moyers, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport, Roger Smith, Audre Rapoport and unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with two unidentified men, 3 in. x 5 in., [ca. 1970s-1980s]
Bernard Rapoport with [Mike Stone?], 3 in. x 5 in., [ca. 1970s-1980s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 3 in. x 5 in., [ca. 1970s-1980s]
Al Barkan, unidentified man, Bernard Rapoport, and unidentified man, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca.1980s]
Bernard Rapoport and two unidentified women, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1980s-1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Unidentified man, Bernard Rapoport, Roger Smith, Patrick Leahy, Jules Pagano, and unidentified man, matted, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 2000s]
Personal:
Bernard Rapoport talking at a podium with a microphone, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
[AR 2002-121]
Bernard Rapoport and unidentified man in a meeting, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., Mattox Photography, January 26, 1978
[AR 95-226]
Book prints for Being Rapoport by Don Carleton [AR 2002-121]:
Ralph Yarborough talking on the phone, from the Russell Lee Photograph Collection at the Center for American History, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
Lloyd Bentsen, Bernard Rapoport, and Audre Rapoport talking at a reception, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [February 1974]
Homer Price Rainey posing at a desk, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., undated
Portrait of Bernard Rapoport, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [1938]
Reproduction of David Rapoport’s certificate from the Russian Social-Revolutionary Party in Brussels, Belgium, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., September 27, 1913
David Rapoport (standing, extreme right) and fellow exiles in Siberia, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., 1912
Hank Brown, Hubert Humphrey, and Ralph Yarborough, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., undated
UT student march for Homer Rainey, "Unveil the Truth", from the Prints and Photographs Collection at the Center for American History, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1944-1946]
Garrison Hall with students outside, University of Texas at Austin, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., from the Prints and Photographs Collection at the Center for American History, [ca. 1940s]
Bernard, Abigail, Emily, and Audre Rapoport posing, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Ronald and Patricia Williams Rapoport during their wedding, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
Bill Clinton, Bernard Rapoport, Karen Tramontano, and William J. Jefferson on Air Force One, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [September 27, 1999]
Bill Clinton and Bernard Rapoport in the White House, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1993-2001]
Barbara Jordan and Bernard Rapoport at a University of Texas at Austin women’s basketball game, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [January 22, 1994]
Bernard Rapoport testifying on behalf of the University of Texas in front of the Texas Senate at the 72 Legislature, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., Senate Media Services, [ca. 1991-1992]
University of Texas Board of Regents: Sam Barshop, W. A. "Tex" Moncrief, Jr., Ellen C. Temple, Bernard Rapoport, Tom Loeffler, Zan W. Holmes, Jr., Mario E. Ramirez, Louis A. Beecherl, Jr., and Robert J. Cruikshank, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., Bill Malone Photography, from the Prints and Photographs Collection at the Center for American History, March 1991
Ann Richards and Bernard Rapoport, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., March 22, 1997
Unidentified woman and children standing in front of the Riva Rapoport Day Care Center, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport and Yitzhak (Isaac) Rabin talking, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport at the Western Wall of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, photo by Cliff Shelley, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking to students at Tel Aviv University, with Audre Rapoport in the audience, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1980s]
Riva, Bernard, and David Rapoport, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. early 1960s]
Bernard Rapoport, Golda Meir, and Harold Goodman at a dinner in Israel, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. early 1970s]
Portrait of Robert Hargrove Montgomery, from the UT Texas Student Publications, Inc., Photographs at the Center for American History, [ca. 1930s-1940s]
Maury Maverick, Sr., and Franklin Delano Roosevelt talking, from the Maury Maverick, Sr., Papers at the Center for American History, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1940s]
Sam Kruger walking, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1940s]
John Henry Faulk talking, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., undated
Frances "Sissy" Farenthold during the 1972 campaign for governor of Texas, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [1972]
Ronnie Dugger and Bernard Rapoport posing, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., undated
Portrait of Molly Ivins, from the Molly Ivins Papers at the Center for American History, black and white, 8 in. X 10 in., [ca. 1984]
Jim Wright, Bernard Rapoport, and Audre Rapoport talking, photograph by Robert Knudsen, black and white, 8 in. X 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
Ted Kennedy, Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport, and Al Barkan posing, inscribed "To Bernie and Audre – Always at my side - Your friend Ted Kennedy 85," black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., 1985
Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, and Alan K. Simpson posing, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s-1980s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport at luncheon, banner reads "Build a Better Israel with Israel Bonds," black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1960]
Al Gore and Bernard Rapoport shaking hands during Clinton/Gore re-election campaign, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., 1996
AR 2012-283:
Book Signing event, two photos, color, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 2002]
Bernard Rapoport Tribute at University of Texas at San Antonio:
Bernard Rapoport and Bill Cunningham, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport, Jim Gaertner, unidentified individual, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport and two unidentified individuals, two photos, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport and unidentified individual, two photos, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with three unidentified individuals playing tennis, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
House of Blackheads, Riga, Latvia, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Riga Cathedral Dome, Riga, Latvia, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with Cher impersonator, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Audre Rapoport, inscribed "ICWG Convention, Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas," [1990]
Ronnie Rapoport with Kay Olson and unidentified woman, [2005]
Wedding Party, 4 in. x 6 in., inscribed "June 26, 2004/To Bernard and Audrey, Madeline and Bill’s Wedding/Madeline’s Children/Brian Warner, Deborah, Bill, Madline, Leslie, Brett (holding Baby Tabitha) & Owen (age 5) (Zane not in photo) (3 years old)." [2004]
Photograph of Sacco & Vanzetti painting by Pagano, 4 in. x 6 in., undated
Johnson (Lyndon B. Johnson) Family Christmas Card, [2002]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport at restaurant, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1970s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport boarding Pegasus cruise ship, 5 in. x 7 in., [1990]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport, 5 in. x 7 in., 2002
Bernard and Audre Rapoport, 5 in. x 7 in., black & white, [ca. 1990s]
Audre Rapoport with unidentified woman and child, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1960s]
Bernard Rapoport portrait, 3 copies, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1960s-1970s]
Bernard Rapoport portrait, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1990s]
Boat named "Opportunity Unlimited", 8 in. x 10 in., undated
Unidentified infant, 5 in. x 7 in., [2001]
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified woman, two photos, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with [Sharon?], 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Audre Rapoport and unidentified woman standing in kitchen, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca 1990s]
Unidentified family, inscribed "my son Harvey, his wife, my granddaughter, my daughter Sandy and me--", 3.5 in. x 5 in., [1987]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with Abby and Emily and two unidentified men at 90th birthday celebration, 4 in. x 6 in., [2007]
Philanthropy:
Separations:
Jessie and Clinton Stanton, photo invitation, [2010]
University of Texas Board of Regents: Sam Barshop, W. A. "Tex" Moncrief, Jr., Ellen C. Temple, Bernard Rapoport, Tom Loeffler, Zan W. Holmes, Jr., Mario E. Ramirez, Louis A. Beecherl, Jr., and Robert J. Cruikshank, color, 8 in. x 10 in., Bill Malone Photography, March 1991
Bernard Rapoport testifying on behalf of UT in front of the Texas Senate at the 72 Legislature, black and white, 5 in. x 7 in., Senate Media Services, [ca. 1991-1992]
[AR 95-226]
Children and teachers on a playground, Riva Rapoport Day Care Center, [ca. 1980s]
[AR 95-226]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with students, Tel Aviv University, [ca. 1980s]
[AR 95-226]
Planned Parenthood rally, two black and white photographs, 8 in. x 10 in., 2005
[removed from folder, "Planned Parenthood, Texas, 1995-2007"]
SSC Magnet Development Laboratory, Liquid Helium production plant, Drs. Raphael Kasper and Hans Mark, 16 color photographs, 3.5 in. x 5 in., 1993
[removed from Hans Mark, 1992-1993]
Preston Achilike, color 4 in. x 6 in., 2008
[removed from UT Scholarship recipients’ thank you letters, 2005-2008]
Reception honoring Bernard and Audre Rapoport, hosted by Sherry Goldberg on behalf of the Jewish Studies Program of the University of North Texas, two photos:
[Removed from Richard Golden, Jewish Studies Program, University of North Texas, 2006-2007]
Audre Rapoport, Margaret Watt, and Richard Golden posing, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2006
Howard Watt, an unidentified man, Bernard and Audre Rapoport eating, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2006
Meeting with Bernard Rapoport, Sherry Goldberg, and Richard Golden, four photos
[Removed from Richard Golden, Jewish Studies Program, University of North Texas, 2006-2007.]
Bernard Rapoport and Sherry Goldberg standing, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2006
Bernard Rapoport and Sherry Goldberg sitting and having a discussion, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2006
Bernard Rapoport and Richard Golden standing, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2006
Bernard Rapoport, Sherry Goldberg, and Richard Golden sitting at lunch, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2006
83rd Oil and Gas Lease Sale, six photos, color, 4 in. x 6 in. (two photos) and 3.5 in. x 5 in. (four photos), circa 1993
[removed from The University of Texas System University Lands – Oil & Gas & Mineral, 1993-1996]
University of Texas Archaeological Project at Metaponto, 20 photos, color, 4 in. x 6 in. (17 photos) and 4.5 in. x 11.75 in. (three photos), 1994
[removed from University of Texas, Berdahl, Robert M. (President), 1992-1996]
AR 2012-283:
Bernard Rapoport at university graduation ceremony, color, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with Bill Cunningham and Diana Natalicio, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 1995
University of Texas – El Paso visit:
Millenium Lecture Series Event, nine photos:
Bernard Rapoport at podium, six photos, 4 in. x 6 in., color, 2002
Bernard Rapoport, Diana Natalicio, unknown individual, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport and Diana Natalicio, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport and Diana Natalicio standing at podium, color, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Book Signing event, five photos:
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport with three unidentified individuals, signing copy of Being Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport speaking with UT Student, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport with two unidentified women, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport with two unidentified men, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Swimming and Fitness Center, four photos:
Bernard Rapoport with Staff member, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport with student playing foosball, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport with two students, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
Bernard Rapoport with staff member and two students, 4 in. x 6 in., 2002
William Cunningham and Bernard Rapoport, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport at UT Distinguished Alumnus event, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Audre Rapoport with Connie Saathoff at UT Alumni event, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
Kay Olson, unidentified woman and man, Lyndon Olson, Jr., and Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., two photos, [2006]
Unidentified woman and man, Lyndon Olson, Jr., and Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., [2006]
Ben Barnes, Bernard Rapoport, Ken Bailey, and Ian J. Turpin at UT Event, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Brian Davis and Alexis Garcia at Rapoport Scholarship award ceremony, 5 in. x 7 in., [2004]
Bernard Rapoport with AVANCE student, color, 4 in. x 6 in., [2005]
Bernard Rapoport, Kit Moncrief, [Bill Cunningham?], 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Kit Moncrief, Charlie Moncrief, Audre Rapoport, and Bernard Rapoport. 4 in. x 6 in., [2002]
Kit Moncrief, Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, and Jack Blanton, 4 in. x 6 in., [2002]
Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, Beryl Pickle, J.J. "Jake" Pickle, 4 in. x 6 in., [2002]
Bernard Rapoport with George Foreman, 5 in. x 5 in., color, [1995]
Economic Policy Institute Roast of Labor Secretary Reich, three photos:
Gerald McEntee, Molly Ivins, Bernard Rapoport, Robert Reich, Clare Dalton seated at dais, color, 5 in. x 7 in., [1995]
Robert Reich, Clare Dalton, Gerald McEntee, Molly Ivins, two unidentified women, Jeff Faux, Bernard Rapoport, and Audre Rapoport, color, 5 in. x 7 in., [1995]
John Kenneth Gilbraith, Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, Robert Reich, Robert Kuttner, and Donna Shalala, color, 5 in. x 7 in., [1995]
UT Austin Event:
Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, Kay Bailey Hutchison and baby, William Cunningham, and Dan Burck, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport at podium with Wales Madden, Kay Bailey Hutchison and William Cunningham, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Mike Milsap, Bernard Rapoport, Sharon Milsap, and Audre Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport, Wales Madden, and Kay Bailey Hutchison, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Kay Bailey Hutchison holding baby, Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, and unknown woman, [ca. 2000s]
Kay Bailey Hutchison and Bernard Rapoport, [ca. 2000s]
Kay Bailey Hutchison, Bernard Rapoport, and Wales Madden, [ca. 2000s]
Lady Bird Johnson Library Event:
Bernard Rapoport speaking with William Powers, Jr., 8 in. x 10 in., photographed by Charles Bogel, [January 27, 2006]
Letter from Betty Sue Flowers, July 17, 2008
Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport, William Cunningham, Lady Bird Johnson, Isabella Cunningham, and 9 unidentified individuals, 8 in. x 10 in., [1997]
Bernard Rapoport, Lady Bird Johnson, and William Cunningham, 8 in. x 10 in., [1997]
Bernard Rapoport giving speech, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 2000s]
Same Event:
Bernard Rapoport sitting with Kit Moncrief and Audre Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport with two unidentified men, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport at fundraiser for Israel, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1960s]
People at banquet, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1960s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport at Planned Parenthood of Central Texas event, four photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [2005]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with Ashley Copeland, and Larry Faulkner, three photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [1999]
Bernard Rapoport with Larry Faulkner, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Larry Faulkner, Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport and unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [1999]
Bernard Rapoport at Texas Exes event, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
University of Texas Performing Arts Center 25h Anniversary:
Bill Cunningham at University of Texas Performing Arts Center 25th Anniversary, 4 in. x 6 in., [2006]
UT Tower lit up for PAC 25th anniversary, 4 in. x 6 in., two photos, [2006]
Isabella Cunningham speaking at UT Performing Arts Center 25th Anniversary gala, 4 in. x 6 in., [2006]
Isabella Cunningham and William Cunningham at UT Performing Arts Center 25th anniversary, 4 in. x 6 in., [2006]
Isabella Cunningham, Bernard Rapoport, Bill Cunningham, unidentified man, and unidentified woman at Performing Arts Center 25th anniversary, 4 in. x 6 in., [2007]
Bernard Rapoport with two unidentified men at Performing Arts Center 25th anniversary,4 in. x 6 in., [2007]
Bernard Rapoport, unidentified male, and Pebbles Wadsworth at Performing Arts Center 25th anniversary, 4 in. x 6 in., [2007]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with groups at Performing Arts Center 25th anniversary, 4 in. x 6 in., [2007]
Same Event:
Bernard and Audre Rapoport speaking with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport speaking with David Boscoe, four photos, one inscribed "Not Bad," 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport speaking with Bradley Whitford, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport and unidentified woman, inscribed "Do Not Show to your Wife.", 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bradley Whitford, Audre and Bernard Rapoport, and four unidentified women, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport at elementary school, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with Melva Manzke, inscribed "My proud moment with Bernard and Audre," at UT-Austin event, 4 in. x 6 in., February 28, 2003
Bernard Rapoport and Paul Meyer, 4 in. x 6 in., [2007]
Unidentified man and Kay Olson at UT event, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Same Event:
Unidentified man, Bill Cunningham and young man in wheelchair, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
[Pebbles Wadsworth?], young man in wheelchair with dog, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
[Isabella Cunningham?] with dog, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport, Mary Beth Roger, Audre Rapoport, and Peter Stekler, inscribed "To B. and Audre with gratitude for all that you do to make Texas a better, more humane place for all of its citizens. Mary Beth Roger/KLRU-TV 2003.", [2003]
Rapoport Center for Experimental Surgery sign, matted, 5 in. x 7 in., undated
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with young man and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Audre Rapoport with two unidentified women, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s-2000s]
Bernard Rapoport and Jan Bart, State of Israel Bonds banquet, Black and White, 8 in. x 10 in., [March, 16, 1959]
Photo card of two children from Talitha Loum Institute, "To Bernard and Audre Rapoport, Thank you for making our luncheon a success, May 5, 2005," 5 in. x 7 in., [May 5, 2005]
Bernard Rapoport with 5 students at Rapoport Foundation, 5 in. x 7 in., [2007]
University of North Texas Jewish Studies Program, 14 photos:
Bernard Rapoport with unidentified man and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with unidentified woman, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with Marie Eschenfelder, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with [James Duban?] and unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with Marie Eschenfelder, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with unidentified man and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Unidentified man and two women seated at table, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport seated with unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport with Richard Golden man and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport speaking with unidentified woman, 2 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Youth Summit for America’s Future, 1997
[removed from binders]
Deframed Materials:
Certificate of Appreciation to Bernard Rapoport from G.L. Wiley Middle School, 8 in. x 11 in., [2005]
Certificate of Appreciation from Cornell University graduate, 8 in. x 10 in., undated
Politics:
Separations:
Jeanne Campbell with her sons Keith and Scott and cats Teddy and Orrin, color, 4 in. x 6 in., [removed from Campbell-Raupe, Washington, D.C., 1991-1999], 1999
Rosie Moncrief, Betty Wright, Jeanne Campbell, and Karen Susman, color, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [removed from Campbell-Raupe, Washington, D.C., 1991-1999], 1999
Same Event:
Alan Cranston at campaign event, 8 in. x 10 in., [removed from Alan Cranston, June 1976], [1971]
Attached memo to self, [ca. 1970-1972]
Walter Mondale, Alan Cranston, Sam Nunn, 8 in. x 10 in., [removed from Alan Cranston, June 1976], [ca. 1970s],
Dan Walker portrait, black and white, 5 in. x 7 in., [removed from Dan Walker, Campaign for Governor, IL, 1970-1972], undated
Bernard Rapoport and Bill Clinton at campaign event, color, 4 in. x 6 in., [removed from Bill Clinton, Washington D.C., 1992-1996], [1992]
AR 92-414:
Bernard Rapoport and Walter Mondale shaking hands, inscribed “To Bernie with thanks [W?],” black and white, 8 in. X 10 in., [ca. 1970s]
Kit Bond, autographed, color, 8 in. X 10 in., [1987?]
Don Yarborough, black and white, 8 in. X 10 in., July [8?], 1968
AR 95-226:
Bernard Rapoport, Ted Kennedy and Paul Kirk talking at a reception, color, 5 in. x 7 in., inscribed “To Bernard Rapoport with best wishes / Ted Kennedy,” Robert L. Knudsen photographer, [ca. 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport, Ben Barnes, Harry Reid, and Audre Rapoport, Friends of Harry Reid event, color, 8 in. x 10 in., [1999]
AR 2002-121:
Bernard Rapoport, Lloyd Bentsen, and unidentified man talking, black and white, 6.25 in. x 9.125 in., inscribed “’B’ Rapoport with a couple of friends / Lloyd,” [ca. 1980s]
Clifford P. Case, unidentified man, and Bernard Rapoport talking, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., inscribed “Senator Case, N. J.,” [ca. 1970s]
Joseph Tydings, Marvin Mandel, and Bernard Rapoport talking, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in., [1969]
Deframed Photographs:
Bernard Rapoport watching television news with others including Bill Clinton and [Ben Barnes?], color, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1996]
Golda Meir and Bayard Rustin, inscribed “To Bernie, with affection, Bayard,” matted, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1960s]
Ed Jones, inscribed “To my good friend Bernie Rapoport with much appreciation for your effort in my behalf. Ed Jones, M.E., 8th Dist. Tennessee,” 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1953]
Tom Harkin, black and white, 8 in. x 10 print, autographed
Jay Rockefeller, color, 8 in. x 10 in. print, “to Bernard Rapoport, You are a truly good friend. Jay [Rockefeller]”
Don Yarborough, black and white 7.5 in. x 9 in. print, inscribed “To my very dear friend “B.” with affection and deep appreciation. My very best to you – Don”
Brock Adams, black and white, 5 in. x 8 in. print, inscribed “To My Friend Bernie / With deep appreciation and best wishes / Brock Adams / U. S. Senate”
Ted Kennedy, black and white, 8 in. x 10 in. print, inscribed "To Bernie- With my respect and continued friendship, Ted Kennedy / [illegible text] 1971 "
Alan Cranston, mounted black and white, 8 in. x 10 in. print, inscribed, "Vera, You are an honorary member of my staff! Many thanks for all your help over the years. Ever, Alan Cranston"
Anwar Sadat, Jimmy Carter, and Menachem Begin, Egypt/Israel Peace negotiations, 22 photographs, including photo of Bernard and Audre Rapoport at the Hyatt Regency, Austin, color, 4 in. X 6 in., [1979]
AR 2012-283:
Bob Toricelli, 8 in. x 10 in., black & white, inscribed "B & Audre – Thanks for all of your help and for your special friendship, Bob Toricelli, " [March, 1997]
Tom Daschel, Laurie Oseran, Ron Wyden, unidentified official, and Al Gore. Swearing in ceremony, for Senator Ron Wyden, officiated by Al Gore, inscribed "For Audre and Bee – All the best to two of the best! Hope you two will come visit in Oregon in the days ahead- Best, Ron," 8 in. x 10 in., [1996]
Ann Richards, Audre Rapoport and others. 8 in. x 10 in., color, [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport, wearing ‘Michael Coles for U.S. Senate’ sticker and two unidentified women. 8 in. x 10 in., color, [1997]
Patrick and Marcelle Leahy, photo greeting card, [2007]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with Walter Mondale, 8 in. x 10 in., color, [ca. 1970s]
Ben Barnes and Bernard Rapoport, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., color, [ca. 2000s]
Ben Cayetano, inscribed "To Bernie Rapoport, Aloha and Happy Birthday/ Ben Cayetano, Lt. Governor, Hawaii," [ca. 1986]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with Joe Biden, 2 photographs 4 in. x 6 in., color, [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Joe Biden, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bill Clinton and Bernard Rapoport, 5 in. x 7 in., color, [2000]
Bill Clinton and Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., color, [2000]
Bernard Rapoport with Rod Blagojevich, 6 in. x 8 in., color, [ca. 2000s]
Ben Barnes and Bernard Rapoport, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca. 1990s]
Ralph and Opal Yarborough with Richard Yarborough and unidentified individual, 4 in. x 6 in., 3 copies, by Otto Caldwell, Jr., October 26, 1964
Ralph and Opal Yarborough with Bernard Rapoport and two unidentified men, 4 in. x 6 in., by Otto Caldwell, Jr., October 26, 1964
Ralph and Opal Yarborough with Bernard Rapoport and two unidentified men, 5 in. x 7 in., by Otto Caldwell, Jr., October 26, 1964
Ralph and Opal Yarborough with Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., by Otto Caldwell, Jr., 2 copies, October 26, 1964
Chet Edwards, Bernard Rapoport, and Henry Cisneros. 4 in. x 6 in., [2004]
Michael Adler, Marc Stanley and Bernard Rapoport. National Jewish Democratic Council award ceremony, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [2006]
Hilary Clinton, Bernard and Audre Rapoport, and Chet Edwards at Girls and Boy Scouts of America, in Waco, Texas, seven photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [June 1, 2000]
John Edwards and Bernard Rapoport with others at an Edwards presidential campaign event, in Waco, Texas, seven photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [2003]
Dinner with Chet Edwards and Family, three photos, [2001]:
Chet Edwards, Abby Rapoport, and Emily Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., [December 28, 2001]
Abby Rapoport with unidentified individual, 4 in. x 6 in.
Chet and Lee Ann Edwards, 4 in. x 6 in.
Event at George Bush Presidential Library, four photos, [ca. 2000s]:
Bernard Rapoport, George H.W. Bush, Donald Evans, unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport, Donald Evans, and Audre Rapoport, Event at George H.W. Bush Presidential Library, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport with George Bush, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, George Bush, [Donald Evans?] and unidentified individual, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, George Bush, and [Donald Evans?], 5 in. x 7 in.
Donald Evans, Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport, unidentified man, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 2000s]
Legacy Dinner honoring Bernard Rapoport with remarks by Bill Clinton, Austin, TX, [May 19, 2006]:
Bernard and Audre Rapoport walking hand-in-hand, 4 in. x 6 in., [2006/05/19]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport, seated at dinner table, 4 in. x 6 in., [2006/05/19]
Ronnie and Patricia Rapoport, Bill Clinton, Audre and Bernard Rapoport, and Idel Rapoport Bruckman McLanathan, 5 in. x 7 in., [at legacy dinner honoring Bernard Rapoport, May 19, 2006]
Bill Clinton, Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bill Clinton and Audre Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bill Clinton, Idel Rapoport Bruckman McLanathan, and Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bill Clinton talking with Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bill Clinton and unidentified individual, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bill Clinton getting photographed, 4 in. x 6 in.
Bill Clinton, Bernard Rapoport, three unidentified individuals, [ca. 1990s]
Bill Clinton delivering speech, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [2000]
Bernard Rapoport, unidentified woman, Bill Clinton, and Audre Rapoport at an event for Hillary Clinton 2008 campaign event, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 2000-2008]
Bill Clinton talking with Bernard and Audre Rapoport and unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1992-2000]
Barack Obama sitting and talking with Bernard Rapoport, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca. 2007-2009]
Barack Obama hugging Audre Rapoport, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca. 2007-2009]
Barack Obama talking with Bernard Rapoport, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca. 2007-2009]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport and Barack Obama, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca. 2007-2009]
Barack Obama talking with Bernard and Audre Rapoport, four photos, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca. 20007-2009]
Barack Obama posing with Bernard and Audre Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2007-2009]
Barack Obama hugging Bernard Rapoport, [ca. 2007-2009]
Barack Obama speaking with Bernard and Audre Rapoport, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 2007-2008]
Jimmy Carter, Bernard Rapoport, and Charles Terrell at Carter Campaign event, [ca. 1976]
Bernard Rapoport and Linda Daschle with postcard from Tom Daschle, [ca. 2000]
Bernard Rapoport, Max Baucus, and Ben Barnes, 4 in. x 6 in., inscribed "To B., Who, of course, should always be listened to. Max Baucus, U.S. Senate," [2000]
Jim Wright, Bernard Rapoport, and Bill Alexander, 4 in. x 6 in., inscribed "Honorable Jim Wright, BR, Congressman Bill Alexander (D) Arkansas/Fundraiser for Alexander," [1991]
Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, Bill Alexander, 4 in. x 6 in., inscribed "BR, Audre, Congressman Bill Alexander Fundraiser for Alexander," [1991]
Bernard Rapoport and Lyndon Olson, Jr., 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport and Rod Blagojevich, 6 in. x 8 in., 2 copies, [ca. 2000s]
Bill Clinton, Bernard Rapoport, [Arthur], 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1990s]
John Kerry with Senatorial Campaign staff, 6 in. x 7 in., [May 1996]
Ann Richards at Women’s March, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport sitting with Henry Cisneros, 4 in. x 6 in., [2004]
Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport, and Henry Cisneros, 4 in. x 6 in., [2004]
Chet Edwards, Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport, Henry Cisneros, 4 in. x 6 in., [2004]
Audre Rapoport, Bernard Rapoport, and Nancy Pelosi, 4 in. x 6 in., [June 2007]
Audre Rapoport and Hilary Clinton, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with Dick Gephardt, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Same Event:
Hilary Clinton speaking while Audre Rapoport looks on, 4 in. x 6 in. Currently is attached to photo of same event. [ca. 1990s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport, unidentified man, Hilary Clinton, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Audre Rapoport, Hilary Clinton, and Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Audre Rapoport, Tom Daschle, and Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., 2 copies, [ca. 2000s]
Dolph Briscoe, Jr. speaking with Bernard Rapoport, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2000s]
Marc Stanley of the National Jewish Democratic Council, Bernard Rapoport, Mark Winkelman, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2006]
[Robert?], Hilary Clinton, Bernard and Audre Rapoport, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 2005]
Hillary Clinton talking to Audre and Bernard Rapoport, [ca. 2005]
Hillary Clinton talking with Bernard and Audre Rapoport in front of Air Force One, [ca. 1990s]
Bernard and Audre Rapoport in the Oval Office, The White House, Washington, D.C., 4 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1993-2000]
Audre Rapoport, Jennifer Branson, and Debbie Branson, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Bernard Rapoport, Jennifer Branson, and Frank Branson, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Audre Rapoport, Jennifer Branson, Bernard Rapoport, and Debbie Branson, 4 in. x 6 in., [ca. 1990s]
Tom Daschle, Bernard Rapoport, Audre Rapoport, unidentified man and woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [2001]
Tom Daschle talking with Bernard Rapoport, two photos, 4 in. x 6 in., [2001]
Ann Richards talking with Bernard Rapoport and Kirk Watson, 4 in. x 6 in., [2001]
Bernard Rapoport talking with group at party, 4 in. x 6 in., [2001]
Bernard Rapoport and unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [2001]
Audre Rapoport talking with unidentified man and woman, [2001]
Audre Rapoport shaking hands with unidentified woman, 4 in. x 6 in., [2001]
Bernard Rapoport speaking with unidentified man, 4 in. x 6 in., [2001]
Bill Clinton speaking with Bernard Rapoport and unidentified man, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 2000s]
Bill Clinton speaking with Bernard Rapoport, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1990s]
Audre Rapoport, Ted Kennedy, and Bernard Rapoport holding baby, 8 in. x 10 in., [ca. 1970s-1980s]
Same Event:
Bernard Rapoport speaking at event with Ralph and Opal Yarborough, 5 in. x 7 in., inscribed "To the Honorable Bernard Rapoport/ Benefactor of Mankind. Your devoted friend, Ralph W. Yarborough, June 8, 1983," [June 8, 1983]
Bernard Rapoport speaking at event with Ralph and Opal Yarborough, 5 in. x 7 in., two photographs, [1983]
Ralph and Opal Yarborough with unidentified woman, 5 in. x 7 in., [1983]
Ralph Yarborough hugging Bernard Rapoport. Opal Yarborough in background, 5 in. x 7 in., [1983]
Richard Groener, Bernard Rapoport, and Lloyd Knutsen, 3.5 in. x 5 in., [ca. 1970s]
Political Function:
Jim Wright and unidentified man, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport, Jim Wright and unidentified man, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1970s]
Jim Wright, Bernard Rapoport and unidentified man, 5 in. x 7 in., two photographs, [ca. 1970s]
Jim Wright, Bernard Rapoport and two unidentified men, 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1970s]
Bernard Rapoport and Jim Wright and two unidentified men 5 in. x 7 in., [ca. 1970s]

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Oversize:

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2.116/OD 1223d Oversize materials
Business:
Design drawing, May 1980 [Separated from Noah’s Ark Play Sculpture and Garden, George Meany Memorial, Jerusalem Foundation, Washington, D. C., and Jerusalem, Israel, 1980]
Drawing of building signs for AIL agency, [Separated from Harry Shain, Texas, 1965-1969], 1966
Philanthropy:
Two blueprints for Hayti Heights, Missouri, [Separated from Bootheel Regional Profile (Hayti Heights), Missouri, 1970-1973], 1973
Robert Putnam Lecture poster, 2000
Blue print: IADC Project No. 12_"El Sisal," 8000 acres of land (chosen by IADC), IADC Urbanization Plan, Dominican Republic, 29 de Julio, [Separated from Inter. American Development Corp., Pennsylvania, 1967-1968], 1964
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Top of 2.116/OD Business:
Noah’s Ark Play Sculpture and Garden, George Meany Memorial, Jerusalem Foundation, Washington, D. C., and Jerusalem, Israel, 1980
Personal:
"Papa, I do understand now," Waco Tribune-Herald Sunday Focus, 02/18/2007
Assorted:
Certificates
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2W24 Business:
Separations:
Financial Trends, [Separated from Texas Commerce Bank, 1978-1979], March 20-26, 1978
"Paper levels accusations at lobbyist," Waco Tribune-Herald, [Separated from "Sarah Weddington, TX, 1981-1988"], 01/28/1985
Asset-Share Study, 1959-1967
American Income Insurance life insurance policy, [Separated from "Indiana Sheriff's Association Group, IN, 1955-1956"], undated
Nevada State AFL-CIO poster, 1999
Business Oversized, 1959-1982:
"The 1973 United Way Loaned Executives," The San Diego Union, [Separated from "Miscellaneous Agents-California, 1969-1974"], September 24, 1973
"Making a career the hard way," Dallas Times Herald, [Separated from Goldman, Sachs & Co., 1961-1993], Sept. 24, 1978
"Panel suggests changes in N.Y. regulations" article from Business Insurance, [Separated from Dr. Jules Pagano, 1981-1991], May 17, 1982
AIL Cancer Policy Poster, [Separated from Robert S. Maurer, Washington, D. C., 1969-1971], 1969
"Certificate of Compliance" ad for AIL, The Columbus Dispatch (Columbus, Ohio), [Separated from State of Ohio Insurance Department Correspondence #1, 1954-1964], July 18, 1956
National Banker's Life Insurance Co., Chart of Organization, [Separated from National Banker's Life Insurance Company, Dallas, Texas, 1956-1965], 01/23/1959
Income Investment Company, Paid Bills:
Income Investment Company Schedule of Cash Transactions Since Inception, Audit 1966 [Separated from Income Investment Co., Paid Bills, 1963-1967], 1966
Income Investment Company Cash Book, 1963, [Separated from Income Investment Co., Paid Bills, 1963-1967], 1966
Lone Star Life Insurance Company, Adjusted Income spreadsheet, [Separated from Lone Star Life Insurance Company, Texas, 1971-1972], September 30, 1971
Business Oversized, 1959-1982:
A. Philip Randolph Institute:
"Black Americans to Support Israel Committee,"The New York Times, pp. 7-10, [Separated from "A. Phillip Randolph Institute, Educational Fund, New York, 1971-1981"], November 23, 1975
Laudenbach-Ford Agency:
"Special Enrollment, Attention: Building Trades Members" ad for AIL, The Labor Union Newspaper (Columbus, Ohio), [Separated from the Laudenbach-Ford Agency, Ohio, 1966-1975], November 3, 1967
"No One Can Guarantee Your Health or Your Ability to Work . . . " ad for AIL, Toledo Union Journal, [Separated from the Laudenbach-Ford Agency, Ohio, 1966-1975], October 8, 1971
Harold Camnitz, Wisconsin, 1967-1981:
Advertisement poster for AIL, "For Union Members Only," AFL-CIO Milwaukee Labor Press, [Separated from Harold Camnitz, Wisconsin, 1967-1981], 4/30/1970
Advertisement poster for AIL, "One Dollar Per Week Protects Your Family 24 Hours a Day", "As Advertises in AFL-CIO Milwaukee Labor Press," 3 copies, [Separated from Harold Camnitz, Wisconsin, 1967-1981], undated
Advertisement poster for AIL, "Your Employee Plan Protects You But Does It Protect Your Family?", AFL-CIO Milwaukee Labor Press, [Separated from Harold Camnitz, Wisconsin, 1967-1981], 5/7/1970
Newspaper advertisement for AIL, "Your Employee Plan Protects You But Does It Protect Your Family?", AFL-CIO Milwaukee Labor Press, [Separated from Harold Camnitz, Wisconsin, 1967-1981], 8/2/1976
"Terrell named director at United National Bank," Dallas Times Herald, [Separated from Charles Terrell, Unimark, Texas, 1975-1979], 09/10/1975
Photocopy of "Millions Underinsured or Totally without Life Insurance," Gilbert-Magill Company, [Separated from Consumers Communication Corporation, Ted Isaac, Kansas, 1972-1976], 09/10/1975
Constitution for National Council of Senior Citizens, Inc., [Separated from “National Council of Senior Citizens, 1979-1988"], 09/1979
Senior Citizens News, [Separated from "National Council of Senior Citizens, 1981-1988"], 07/1981
Veteran, Vol. 1 No.1-2, [Separated from Vietnam Veterans, NY, 1980], March/April 1980
Financial Trends, Vol. 8 No.6, 4 copies, [Separated from "Financial, 1977"], 1/31-2/6/1977
The Wall Street Journal, "Judge Upholds Record Damages Award For Disability Against Mutual of Omaha," Vol. 8 No.6, 4 copies, [Separated from Mutual Omaha Association, 1964-1974], January 23, 1975
Elwood Call-Leader, fragment of newspaper, Elwood, Indiana, [Separated from Advertising, 1953-1958], Friday February 22, 1957
Elwood Call – Leader, "Have You Been Hit With Increased Costs On Your Hospital – Medical Insurance?" full page AILICO advertisement, Elwood, Indiana, [Separated from Advertising, 1953-1958], Friday February 22, 1957
The Times-Picayune, "American Income Life Insurance Co., Home Office: Indianapolis, Indiana, A Legal Reserve Stock Company NOW operating in Louisiana…," AILICO advertisement, [Separated from Advertising, 1953-1958], Friday Febrary 8, 1957
The Evening Republican, "Important Announcement," AILICO advertisement, [Separated from Advertising, 1953-1958], Friday Febrary 15, 1957
Philanthropy:
Philanthropy Oversized, 1976:
Vicinity map of proposed division of assessor's parcel, [Separated from The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions/The Fund for the Republic, Inc., California, 1976-1977], 12/1976
Philanthropy Oversized, 1966:
Insurance policy correspondence, Baylor University, Texas, [Separated from Baylor University, Texas, 1962-1979], [May 1966]
Philanthropy Oversized, 1999:
UACH-CCAR Commission on Synagogue Affiliation, April 18, 1999
Philanthropy Oversized, 2001:
UT Southwestern, Certificate of, 2001
Philanthropy Oversized, 1968-2007:
Avance:
Tiempo, Waco, Texas, Vol. 23, No. 24, and Vol. 24, No. 45. Both issues contain articles and photographs about Bernard and Audre Rapoport’s work with AVANCE [Separated from "AVANCE, Texas, 2006-2007"], June 15, 2005, and Nov. 9, 2005
University of Texas:
"M. D. Anderson: Today and Tomorrow, progress report from The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute," Supplement to the Dallas Morning News, Dallas Times Herald, Fort Worth Press, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Houston Chronicle, Houston Post, and Houston Tribune, [Separated from "The University of Texas, The University Cancer Foundation, Texas, 1976-1978]", [ca. 1976]
Rapoport Foundation:
"Is this the way Waco should be run?", Waco Tribune-Herald, [Separated from Jim Holgersson, Rapoport Foundation director, Texas, 1997-2000], February 10, 1998
Richard Golden:
"Dem Donors Torn between Loyalty and Electability", Forward, Vol. CXI, No. 31,651, [Removed from Richard Golden, Jewish Studies Program, University of North Texas, 2006-2007], April 27, 2007
The Texas Observer:
The Cross and the Crescent, "Is the Issue Church or State?", [Separated from The Texas Observer, TX, 1980], 02/1982
CenterTimes, [Separated from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Texas, 2005-2007], November, 2007
Paul Quinn College:
Letter to the Board of Trustees from Rev. William D. Watley, President, re: Relocation of Bookstore, [Separated from Paul Quinn College, Texas, 1976-1988], 11/8/1978
Valley Mills Progress, Valley Mills, Texas, Vol. 17, No. 24, [Separated from Rapoport Foundation, Texas, 1999-2007], Thursday, August 3, 2006
Billy B. Goldberg:
Program, "The State of Texas Salutes The Astronauts," [Separated from Billy B. Goldberg, Texas, 1968-1984], 12/14/1969
Newspaper articles about Billy B. Goldberg [Separated from Billy B. Goldberg, Texas, 1968-1984], 3/10/1968, undated
Philanthropy Oversized, 1968:
Open letter to President re: Vietnam War from American Friends Service Committee, New York Times, [Separated from "American Friends Service Committee (A.M. Dye, Jr.), WA, 1966-1981,"] 11/9/1969
Personal:
Personal Oversized, 1992-2006:
"Better Red than in Waco,"The Houston Post, Article sent to Bernard Rapoport from Bill Anderson, Jr. re: communism in Waco, TX, [Separated from W.A. "Bill" Anderson, Jr., 1991-1994], January 12, 1992
Personal Oversized, ca. 2003:
Ron Holub, Matted poem, [ca. 2003]
Political:
Political Oversized, 1972:
Ramsey Clark for President bumper stickers, [Separated from "Ramsey Clark, NY, 1970-1972,"] 1972
Political Oversized, 1972-1978:
Frank Church, "Profits of Doom" book review, Washington Post Book World section, [Separated from Frank Church, Washington, D. C., 1975-1982], January 19, 1975
Lloyd Shearer, "Sen. Frank Church – Dark Horse Candidate for the Presidency," Washington Post Parade insert, [Separated from Frank Church, Washington, D. C., 1975-1982], September 21, 1975
"Democrats Disagree on Funds," Dallas Morning News, [Separated from Texas Affirmative Action Committee, Texas, 1974], April 10, 1974
Bernard Rapoport, letter to the editor, Houston Post, [Separated from J. R. Parten, Texas, 1967-1979], April 30, 1972
Advertisement, "The Ralph Nader Congress Project," with attached note to "Bo" [Bernard Rapoport] from Ralph Nader, [Separated from Ralph Nader, Consumer Protection Agency, Washington, D. C., 1974], 8/26/1974
"A Letter to Marvin Leath, Candidate for Congress," [Separated from "Lane Denton Contributors, 1978"], June 1, 1978
Washington Post, "Texas Birchers Take Over Race," [Separated from "Institute for American Democracy, Charles R. Baker, Washington, DC.,1968-1970"], September 21, 1975
Guest list for Joe Christie Luncheon, [Separated from "Joe Christie Luncheon, 1977"], 1977
Assorted:
Assorted Oversized, 1983-1988:
The Dallas Morning News,"Cranston, Arms, the South," [Separated from "Newspaper & Magazine Clippings, 1983-1988"], 06/27/1983
Voice, "Should a Jewish State Arm a Christian Slaughterer?," [Separated from "Newspaper & Magazine Clippings, 1983-1988"], 06/21/1983
Wall Street Journal, "Building Ethics From the Classroom Up," [Separated from "Newspaper & Magazine Clippings, 1983-1988"], 01/08/1988
Wall Street Journal, "Welfare Promoting Poverty or Progress," [Separated from "Newspaper & Magazine Clippings, 1983-1988"], 05/15/1985
Wall Street Journal, "Making Room in No-Growth Firms," [Separated from "Newspaper & Magazine Clippings, 1983-1988"], 12/30/1983
Assorted Oversized, Certificates, 1977, undated:
State of North Carolina, Honorary Tar Heel, 11/15/1977
City of New Orleans, Honorary Citizen of New Orleans, 07/29/1977
Assorted Oversized, 1996-2004:
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Bernard Rapoport 1917-2012: A legendary life," 04/07/2012
The Waco Citizen, Volume 64 Number 42, "Art Center Learning Plan to enhance art in schools, community," 4 copies, 05/27-05/28/2000
Waco Tribune-Herald, Local and Texas Section, 08/07/2003
The Birmingham News, "Some Demo dollars flow from Texas insurance magnate," 07/13/1997
Austin-American Statesman, "With a rags-to-riches life, generous UT regent never forgets socialist roots," ca. 1990s
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Rapoports’ efforts earn honor," January 26, 1999
Assorted Oversized, 1999:
Dallas Morning News, Bernard Rapoport profile proofs, 05/02/1999
Dallas Morning News, Profile of Bernard Rapoport, 05/02/1999
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Assorted Oversized, 1999:
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Health care for all, Debating patients rights pointless without coverage for all Americans," [Separated from Editorials by Bernard Rapoport, 1996-2002], Thursday, July 5, 2001
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Traffic in America a waste of time," [Separated from Editorials by Bernard Rapoport, 1996-2002], Dec. 12, 1999
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Letters," [Separated from Newspaper Articles and Letters, 2001], Saturday, Aug. 18, 2001
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Rapoport Businessman supports unions," [Separated from Newspaper Articles and Letters, 2002], Monday, Sept. 2, 2002
Business:
Business Oversized Separations, ca. 1963-1970 (1 of 2):
Advertisement poster for Heritage Friendly Insurance Society with handwritten notes, [Separated from "Lawrence Bruckman, The Lawrence Bruckman Co., 1963-1964"], ca. 1963-1964
Texas AFL-CIO News, "Austin Merry-Go-Round," [Separated from "H.S. Brown & Roy Evans, TX, 1965-1969"], ca. 1970
Texas AFL-CIO News, "Austin Merry-Go-Round," [Separated from "H.S. Brown & Roy Evans, TX, 1965-1969"], ca. 1970
The Weslaco Mid-Valley News, "City, County Politics Heat Up; Carlos Guerra, Joe Cardenas File," [Separated from Lyman and Mary Jones, 1967-1968], 01/11/1968
Labor News, Vol. 23, No. 20, [Separated from Lyman Jones, 1966-1967], 05/19/1966
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Higher callings than higher math," [Separated from The Texas Observer, Texas, 1995-1998], April 24,1996
AILICO Disability Policy with edits [Separated from Special Risk File, 1958-1960]
AILICO Disability Policy Pamphlet with edits [Separated from Special Risk File, 1958-1960]
American Progressive Health Insurance Company, Student Accident Policy [Separated from Special Risk File, 1958-1960]
The Washington Post, "Labor’s Plump Man Makes Stranger Out of Reuther," [Separated from Inter. American Development Corp., Pennsylvania, 1967-1968], Sunday, Feb. 26, 1976
American Teacher, "19 Important Questions Answered," (fragment) [Separated from Adelman, Alvin L., Texas, 1964-1971 (1 of 2)], June 1968
American Teacher, "Special enrollment for union members regardless of your age or size of your family," (fragment) [Separated from Adelman, Alvin L., Texas, 1964-1971 (1 of 2)], June 1968
Insurance company figures and mergers table, [Separated from American Income Life Insurance Company Analysis of Consolidation, Indiana, 1963], [ca. 1963-1964]
AILICO Advertisement, "Have You Been Hit With Increased Costs On Your Hospital – Medical Insurance?" [Separated from Advertising, 1953-1958], undated
The Indianapolis Star, "Trio Held in Stock Sales: Insurance Firm Aides Face U.S. Fraud Charges," Vol. 60, No. 289, [Separated from American Fletcher National Bank and Trust Company, Indiana, 1963-1972], March 21, 1963
The Wall Street Journal, stocks section, pp. 17-18, [Separated from American Fletcher Bank and Trust Company, Indiana, 1963-1972], August 13, 1963
The Gazette and Daily, "Labor Aide Clinch Seeks Mayor Post," York, Pennsylvania, [Separated from Jack R. Barnhart and Edward B. Clinch, Pennsylvania, 1966-1969], February 21, 1969
The Professional and Executives Security Plan, American Income Life Insurance Company, 2 copies [Separated from John C. Beck, Elgin Associates Inc., Indiana, 1959-1960], ca. 1959
American Republic Insurance Company Hospital, Surgical and Nursing Expense policy, [Separated from American Republic Insurance Company, Des Moines, Iowa, 1955], ca. 1955
Putnam County Graphic, "Important Notice, " American Republic Insurance Company advertisement, [Separated from American Republic Insurance Company, Des Moines, Iowa, 1955], February 17, 1955
The Odon Journal, "Important Notice, " American Republic Insurance Company advertisement, Odon, Indiana, Vol. 18, No. 24, [Separated from American Republic Insurance Company, Des Moines, Iowa, 1955], July 22, 1955
Beneficial Standard Group of Insurance Companies advertisement, "PolicyMatic announces the first insurance vending machine that meets the requirements of insurance departments in all 50 states!" [Separated from Beneficial Standard Life Insurance Company, Felix Mendel, Los Angeles, California, 1955-1973], August 1960
Business Oversized Separations, (2 of 2), 1971-
The New York Times, "Labor Unions Form Mutual Fund," [Separated from Union Correspondence, Wisconsin, 1966-1999], January 7, 1971
The Washington Post, "The Overnight Guests," [Separated from Jules Pagano, Washington, D. C., 1996-1997], Sunday, December 29, 1996
The Washington Post, "Oval Office Meeting Set DNC Asian Funds Network in Motion," [Separated from Jules Pagano, Washington, D. C., 1996-1997], Sunday, December 29, 1996
Detroit Sunday Journal, "Teamster election challenged," Vol. 23, No. 20, [Separated from Jules Pagano, Washington, D. C., 1996-1997], December 22, 1996
Saturday Evening Post, "America’s New Big Rich," pp. 42-46, [Separated from Combined Insurance Company of America (CHGO), Napoleon Hill Associates (W. Clement Stone), 1952-1988], [July 17, 1965]
Combined Insurance Company of America, Little Giant Family or Individual Hospital and Surgical Policy, [Separated from Combined Insurance Company of America (CHGO), Napoleon Hill Associates (W. Clement Stone), 1952-1988], ca. 1952
Combined Insurance Company of America, Combined Royal Banner Individual or Family Hospital and Surgical Policy [Separated from Combined Insurance Company of America (CHGO), Napoleon Hill Associates (W. Clement Stone), 1952-1988], ca. 1950s
ULLICO Clip Sheet: 1, not dated [Separated from Grace and Kenefick, 1982-1991], ca. 1984
Advertisement, American Income Life Insurance Co., Cancer Policy, [Separated from Bernard Rapoport, Bulletins, May-December 1969] ca. 1969
Advertisement, "New Union Labor Disability Paycheck Plan," Detroit Labor News, [Separated from Bernard Rapoport, Bulletins, January 1968-April 1969], June 1968
The National Underwriter, "New Federal Bill on Catastrophic Illness Uses Private Insurance," [Separated from Department of Insurance, Washington, D. C., 1963-1992], October 13, 1973
Accident and Health Policy Experience Exhibit for Year 1973, [Separated from Department of Insurance, Washington, D. C., 1963-1992], ca. 1974
2 Blueprints, of a mobile home park, [Separated from Blackmon, Larry, Chairman of Board -Blackmon & Associates, Incorporated, Fort Worth, Texas, 1969-1971], 1970
Miscellaneous Business:
The Machinist, Editorial, "Extremists," [Separated from 200-87-4, Washington, D. C. – Union Correspondence, 1967-1966], August 10, 1967
Ha’aretz: magazine & guide, [Separated from Washington, D. C., Misc. #31 (III), 1994, 1997-1999], September 11, 1998
The New York Times, "Thank you President Clinton for reopening the path to peace," poster, [Separated from Washington, D. C., Misc. #31 (III), 1994, 1997-1999], Sunday, February 8, 1998
Washington Post, "Lessons in Black and White," [Separated from Washington, D. C., Misc. #31 (IV), 1997-1999], Sunday, April 5, 1998
Philanthropy:
Philanthropy [AR 92-414], 1967-1980:
Appreciation for Outstanding Leadership Award presented to Bernard Rapoport from the United Jewish Appeal, October 1, 1967
Matted thank you letter to Bernard Rapoport for his contribution to the Robert Kennedy Dinner, from Edward M. Kennedy, January 15, 1969
Bernard Rapoport’s Certificate of Membership to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Commission, 30th day of July A.D., 1970, July 30, 1970
Bernard Rapoport’s Award of Recognition from The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, April 26, 1980
Philanthropy Oversized Separations (1 of 2), 1983-:
Southwestern Center Times, [Separated from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, TX, 1995-2001, September/October 1996
The Dallas Morning News, "New UTD chief defends record," and "Meeting with Farrakhan energizes black leaders," [Separated from University of Texas – Dallas, TX, 1995-2000], 04/27/1994
Letter from Harry Wilmer to Bernard Rapoport, enclosed with 2 attachments: "The Evil One—J.B. Russell" (typed work), and the draft copy of The Institute for the Humanities at Saldo’s program guide for the "Understanding Evil" weekend symposium, 10/23/1987-10/25/1987 at the Stagecoach Inn, Salado, Texas [Separated from "The Institute for the Humanities at Salado, Texas, I, 1986-1996"], 3/23/87
The New York Times National, "Religious Right Gains With ‘Stealth Candidates,'" [Separated from American Civil Liberties Union, New York, 1981-2000], 10/27/1992
Civil Liberties, "Law Enforcement and Civil Liberties: We Can Have Both, A Special ACLU Report," [Separated from American Civil Liberties Union, New York, 1981-2000], 02/1983
Los Angeles Times, "A Texas Gunslinger in the Drawing Room," [Separated from Texas Observer-Greg Olds, Edition, Austin, Texas, 1967-1975], Sun., August 18, 1974
Philanthropy Oversized Separations (2 of 2), ca. 1997-
Winedale, Information for Visitors, Guide, [Separated from University of Texas-Austin (TX), Texas, 1997-1998]
The New York Times, "Archeologists Unearth Treasure Buried by the Cold War," [Separated from University of Texas-Austin (TX), Texas, 1997-1998], Tuesday, November 25, 1997
Civil Liberties, "Law Enforcement and Civil Liberties: We Can Have Both, A Special ACLU Report," [Separated from American Civil Liberties Union, New York, 1981-2000], 02/1983
The Texas Observer, "Net Operating Capital," and "Effective Cash Worth," [Separated from Texas Observer-Greg Olds, Edition, Austin, Texas, 1967-1975], Chart ca. April 21, 1971
The New York Review, "The Politics Before Us," [Separated from Texas Observer-Greg Olds, Editor, Austin, Texas, 1965-1971], February 11, 1971
The Texas Observer, Advertisement, [Separated from Texas Observer-Greg Olds, Editor, Austin, Texas, 1965-1971]
The Wall Street Journal, Texas Journal, "Baylor Faculty Accuse President Of Weeding Out the Less Devout," [Separated from Baylor University, Texas, 1996-1998], Wednesday, September 11, 1996
Waco Tribune-Herald, "BU develops Judaism program," [Separated from UUniversity of Texas System, Bob King, TX, 1994-2001], Monday, Nov. 1, 1999
The Wall Street Journal, "Re-Moralizing America," [Separated from University of Texas, Berdahl, Robert M. (President), 1992-1996], Tuesday, February 7, 1995
The New York Times, "Clues Etched in Bone Debunk Theory of a Plague’s Spread," [Separated from University of Texas-Austin, Texas, 1996], November 17, 1992
Washington Post, "Evidence of Ill Health Erodes Legend of Ancient Colony’s Well-Being," [Separated from University of Texas at Austin, Texas, 1996], Monday, November 16, 1992
On Campus, "Millions pledged for UT Austin art museum," [Separated from University of Texas-Austin, Texas, 1996], February 11, 1997
The New York Times, "Monuments in Peril: a Top 100 Countdown," [Separated from University of Texas-Austin, Texas, 1996 (3 of 3)], March 31, 1996
The Washington Post, "Most Endangered Heritages," [Separated from University of Texas-Austin, Texas, 1996 (3 of 3)], undated
The Daily Texan, "UT plane’s use defended by regents," [Separated from William Cunningham, University of Texas-Austin, Texas, 1996 (1 of 2)], June 17, 1996
Austin American-Statesman, "Cunningham an exemplary chancellor," [Separated from William Cunningham, University of Texas-Austin, Texas, 1996 (2 of 2)], April 18, 1996
Newspaper article, "The ‘80s ---- A Beginning?," [Separated from Bill Moyers, New York, 1971-1990], undated
The World Paper, [Separated from World Paper World Times, Massachusetts, 1990-2001], July 1994
The World Paper, [Separated from World Paper World Times, Massachusetts, 1990-2001], October 1993
The World Paper, [Separated from World Paper World Times, Massachusetts, 1990-2001], October 1992
The World Paper, [Separated from World Paper World Times, Massachusetts, 1990-2001], April 1991
The Dallas Morning News, "Bill Moyers: His Lone Star style made him a documented legend," by Ed Bark, [Separated from Bill Moyers, New York, 1997-2000 (2 of 2)], January 12, 1997
Texas Tribute, "Lead Gifts Launch Campaign for New Art Museum," 2 copies, [Separated from University of Texas-Austin, Texas, 1997-1998], Spring 2007
Castle Homes blueprint, #3, [Separated from Castle Homes, Incorporated -Mr. Eugene R. Van Meter -- Indiana, 1956], undated
Castle Homes blueprint, #4, [Separated from Castle Homes, Incorporated -Mr. Eugene R. Van Meter -- Indiana, 1956], undated
Castle Homes blueprint, #5, [Separated from Castle Homes, Incorporated -Mr. Eugene R. Van Meter -- Indiana, 1956], undated
Political:
Political [AR 92-414], 1965-1982:
Bernard Rapoport's Honorary Texas Colonel Award, 20th day of April A.D., 1965
Senate of the State of Texas, certificate of the Presentation of the Texas State Flag to Bernard Rapoport by Senator Oscar H. Mauzy, October 30, 1981
The Flag of the United States of America, certificate of the flag raising, at the request of Honorable Alan Cranston, United States Senator, for American Income Life Insurance Company, December 11, 1981
Bernard Rapoport’s certificate commissioned an Honorary Ambassador of Labor by the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s Department of Labor, 9th day of December, 1982, December 9, 1982
Political Oversized Separations (1 of 2), 1975-1999:
The Dallas Morning News, "Texan's money flowing to outside political races," [Separated from Edward M. Kennedy Correspondence, 1988-1999], 10/02/1994
The San Antonio Express News, "4 plead not guilty in 'hush money' case," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], ca. 1997
The San Antonio Express News, "Cisneros, Medlar plead not guilty," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], ca. 1997
The Waco Tribune-Herald, "Why did the FBI have to ask about Cisneros’ private life?," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], 12/17/1997
The Groesbeck Journal, "Bernard Rapoport to be Guest Speaker," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], 11/27/1997
The Mexia Daily News, "Bernard Rapoport to be Guest Speaker for Limestone Demos," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], 11/28/1997
The Groesbeck Journal, "Public Education—Foundation of Democracy," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], 12/11/1997
The Mexia Daily News, "Rapoport tells Limestone Demos of public education’s importance," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], 12/12/1997
Waco Tribune-Herald, "The best idea since tortillas," [Separated from Henry Cisneros Department of Housing and Urban Development California 1996-1999], 10/31/1997
Austin-American Statesman, "Yudof makes his mark at University of Minnesota," [Separated from John Henry Faulk, Texas, 1995-2001], 08/01/1999
Austin-American Statesman, "Education’s his business now," [Separated from John Henry Faulk, Texas, 1995-2001], 08/29/1999
Letter from Kim Cranston to Bernard Rapoport with two enclosures, one of which is an oversize Wall Street Journal article "A New Model for the Nature of Business: It’s Alive!," [Separated from Cranston, Alan, C.A. 1991-2001], 02/26/99
Letter from Horace Busby to Bernard Rapoport, June 14, 1976 with enclosure: a newspaper article from the Washington Post article "Trouble for Unions, Public Backlash Surfaces in S.F," and continued on A4, Col.1,(the oversized item), "Anti Union Feeling Surfaces in S.F.," [Separated from Horace Busby, C.A., 1975-2000], Sunday, June 13, 1976
Reply letter from Bernard Rapoport to Horace Busby, July 22, 1975, from letter Busby sent Rapoport on July 14, 1975 with enclosure of a Barron's ad [Separated from Horace Busby, C.A., 1975-2000], July 14, 1975
The New York Times, "Negro Vote Drive Success in Texas," [Separated from Yarborough, Donald H. ---Literary productions, clippings, correspondence; Texas, February, 1968- January, 1968], Sunday, February 4, 1968
The Washington Post, "The Lost Art of Preaching, Today’s Sermons Suffer From The Lack of Shared Values," [Separated from The New Republic, Martin Peretz, Washington, D. C., 1974-2000 (2 of 3)], Sunday, June 25, 1978
New York Post, "On the Air, Outspoken writer David Rintels…," [Separated from The New Republic, Martin Peretz, Washington, D. C., 1974-2000 (3 of 3)], Thursday, March 27, 1975
Continuous form paper "American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Individual Financial History Roster," [Separated from Amitay, M.J., American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Washington, D. C., 1991-2001], 5/18/78
Political Oversized Separations (2 of 2), 1966-:
"Open Letter to Amon G. Carter and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram," Fort Worth Star-Telegram, [Separated from Jim Wright, Representative, Washington, D. C., 1967-1968], 07/23/1967
The Washington Post, "Vietnam as an Issue, New York Primary Shows War Has Lost Its Hold Over the Electorate", "Bailey’s Steamroller," and "Marvin's Shop," [Separated from Yarborough, Ralph W. (Senator) ---Printed material, correspondence, Washington, D. C., June, 1968-1967], Sunday, June 23, 1968
The Sunday Star, "Artful Waiting Game," [Separated from Yarborough, Ralph W. (Senator) ---Printed material, correspondence, Washington, D. C., 1964-1966], August 14, 1966
The Dallas Times Herald, Dallas Texas, 93rd Year-No. 269, "GOP Official Rips Nixon Aide," [Separated from Yarborough, Ralph W. -1970 Campaign ---Printed material, financial statements, lists, correspondence; Washington, D. C., 1969- March 1970]
Newspaper article, "Mrs. Meir Briefs Nixon on Needs," [Separated from Yarborough, Ralph W. -1970 Campaign ---Printed material, financial statements, lists, correspondence; Washington, D. C., 1969- March 1970]
The Dallas Morning News, "Spears Hints Future Race For Office," [Separated from Spears, Franklin, Austin, Texas, 1966-1967], Friday, March 24, 1967
The New York Times, "San Antonio’s Wild About Free Trade," [Separated from Ben Barnes, Texas, 1992-1997], Monday, November 15, 1993
The Waco Citizen, "Waco Has a Summit," [Separated from Holgersson, Jim, City of Waco, Texas, 1994-1997], Weekend, March 1-2, 1997
[Wall Street Journal], "Who’s to Blame for All the Layoffs?", [Separated from Bill Clinton, Washington, D. C., 1992-1996], [January 22, 1996]
Waco Tribune-Herald, "Comics," [Separated from Bill Clinton, Washington, D. C., 1992-1996], January 20, 1995
Green bar computer printout paper "Craver Galley List" containing list of subscribers to The Washington Spectator whose subscriptions are paid for by Bernard Rapoport, [Separated from The Indignant Eye by Ralph E. Shikes, Shikes Science + Medicine, New York, 1969-1991], May 30, 1978
"Fagan Dickson: Now He Has A New Cause," Brenda Bell, [Separated from Bernard Rapoport, Fulbright/Israel Matter, 1974], [March 2, 1974]
The Austin American-Statesman, "Letters to the Editor," pp. 5-6, 2 copies. Pp. 7-8, 1 copy, [Separated from Bernard Rapoport, Fulbright/Israel Matter, 1974], February 27, 1974
The Kansas City Star, "Bumpers Eying Fulbright as Next Target," [Separated from Bernard Rapoport, Fulbright/Israel Matter, 1974], February 18, 1974
The Austin-American Statesman, "Do arms for Israel mean no gasoline for Americans?", 2 copies, [Separated from Bernard Rapoport, Fulbright/Israel Matter, 1974], February 18, 1974
Advertisement, "Donate Ralph Nader’s Congress Profiles to your local library," [Separated from Ralph Nader, Washington, D. C., 1969-1999], ca. 1974
The Washington Post, "Unholy Alliance," [Separated from Albert A. Foer, The American Antitrust Institute, Washington, D. C., 1998-2001], October 3, 1999
Poster advertisement, "What can 5¢ get you? A consumer champion in Washington. Send Congress a message and fight big business millions," [Separated from Ralph Nader, Washington, D. C., 1969-1999], ca. 1979
The Wallace Stand, Montgomery, Alabama, Vol. 1, No. 7, [Separated from Charles R. Baker, Institute for American Democracy, Washington, D. C., 1970-1972], October 1971

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