Mike Mansfield Papers, 1903-2002

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Mansfield, Mike, 1903-2001
Title
Mike Mansfield Papers
Dates
1903-2002 (inclusive)
Quantity
2463.0 linear feet of manuscripts, 322 scrapbooks, 132 pieces film and video, 7500 photographs, and 600 art objects
Collection Number
Mss 065 (collection)
Summary
Mike Mansfield was a Butte, Montana, miner who served in the U.S. House of Representatives (1943-1952), the U.S. Senate (1953-1977), and as the Ambassador to Japan (1977-1988). The collection consists of his congressional and unofficial ambassadorial papers, along with audio, moving image, and photographic materials, and a collection of art objects.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana--Missoula.

Languages
English, Japanese
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Michael Joseph Mansfield was born on March 16, 1903 in New York City to Irish immigrant parents, Patrick and Josephine Mansfield. After his mother died in 1906, Mansfield was sent to live with his great aunt and uncle in Great Falls, Montana. In 1917, he dropped out of school and lied about his age to enlist in the U.S. Navy during World War I. After his Navy discharge, Mansfield re-enlisted as a private with the U.S. Army from 1919 to 1920. From 1920 to 1922, he served as a U.S. Marine. During his time with the Marines, Mansfield was deployed to the Philippines and China, trips that established his lifelong interest in Asia.

After his miliary service, Mansfield returned to Butte, Montana, where he worked as a miner and mining engineer until 1930. He was admitted to Montana School of Mines in Butte by examination and studied there from 1927 to 1928. He married Maureen Hayes, a former Butte high school teacher. He then transferred to Montana State University in Missoula, where he completed his B.A. and M.A. From 1933 to 1943, he was Professor of Latin American and Far Eastern History at Montana State University.

Mansfield was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1942 and served five terms as the representative from Montana's First District. In October 1951, he was appointed by President Harry Truman as a delegate to the United Nations, Sixth Session, in Paris. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1952 and re-elected in 1958, 1964 and 1970. In 1958, Mansfield again served as delegate when President Dwight Eisenhower appointed him to the 13th General Assembly of the United Nations. In November and December 1962, he undertook a foreign policy assignment to West Berlin and Southeast Asia for President John F. Kennedy. He took a similar assignment for President Richard Nixon in 1969. In 1972, he was invited by Premier Chou-En-Lai to visit the People's Republic of China after diplomatic relations between the U.S. and China were reestablished. He returned to China in December 1974 and September 1976 on subsequent official visits. Through all of this international work, he remained very close to the people and concerns of Montana, and was notorious for his close contact with citizens around the state.

Mansfield's responsibility and prestige steadily increased through his tenure in Congress. He became Assistant Majority Leader (Majority Whip) of the Senate in January 1957, and served in that capacity until 1961, when he was elected Majority Leader of the Senate. He held that position until he retired from the Senate in 1977. He served longer than any other Majority Leader in the history of the U.S. Senate.

President Jimmy Carter appointed Mansfield Ambassador to Japan in 1977, and he was reappointed under President Ronald Reagan. He held the position of ambassador until 1988. Mansfield later worked as a consultant to Goldman Sachs in Washington, D.C. Maureen Mansfield died on September 20, 2000, and Mike Mansfield died on October 5, 2001.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection consists of Mansfield's professional papers through his terms in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, as well as a selection of items from the ambassadorial period and after. The collection includes legislative materials, correspondence, campaign materials, bills introduced, speeches, audio, video, film, photographs, memorabilia, and art objects.

A complete guide to the collection, including box and folder lists for materials within series, is available at Archives and Special Collections.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright transferred to The University of Montana.

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], Mike Mansfield Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana-Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The collection is divided into thirty-nine series:

I: House: Bills Introduced, 1942-1952, 7.5 linear feet

II: House: Legislation, 1942-1952, 35.0 linear feet

III: House: Montana Files, 1942-1952, 17.0 linear feet

IV: House: Foreign Affairs, 1930-1949, 12.5 linear feet

V: House: Federal Agencies, 1943-1953, 47.0 linear feet

VI: House: General Correspondence, 1942-1952, 6.0 linear feet

VII: House/Senate: Case Mail, 1943-1977, 312.0 linear feet

VIII: Senate: Bills Introduced, 1953-1976, 55.0 linear feet

IX: Senate: Legislation, 1953-1977, 183.0 linear feet

X: Senate: Federal Agencies, 1953-1977, 285.0 linear feet

XI: Senate: Montana, 1953-1976, 53.0 linear feet

XII: Senate: Miscellaneous, 1953-1977, 173.5 linear feet

XIII: Senate: Foreign Relations, 1953-1977, 62.5 linear feet

XIV: House/Senate: Campaigns, 1946-1976, 48.0 linear feet

XV: Senate: Correspondence, 1953-1976, 168.5 linear feet

XVI: House/Senate: Academy Appointments, 1943-1977, 31.5 linear feet

XVII: House/Senate: Projects, 1943-1977, 180.0 linear feet

XVIII: Senate: Intergovernmental Correspondence, 1953-1977, 27.0 linear feet

XIX: House/Senate: Personal, 1943-1977, 304.0 linear feet

XX: Senate: Secretary to Majority, 1961-1977, 14.0 linear feet

XXI: House/Senate: Speeches and Reports, 1942-1977, 36.5 linear feet

XXII: Senate: Leadership, 1961-1977, 72.0 linear feet

XXIII: House/Senate: Transition, 1943-1976, 31.0 linear feet

XXIV: House/Senate: Clippings and Scrapbooks, 1903-1982, 316 volumes and 0.25 linear feet

XXV: Senate: Card File, 1953-1977, 307.0 linear feet

XXVI: House/Senate: Voting record, 1943-1976, 2.0 linear feet

XXVII: House/Senate: Moving Images, 1956-1998, 133 items

XXVIII: House/Senate: Audio, 1943-1970, 32 items

XXIX: House/Senate/Ambassador: Awards, Memorabilia, and Ephemera 1937-1986, 51 boxes

XXX: Ambassador: General Correspondence, 1977-1988, 17.0 linear feet

XXXI: Ambassador: Congressional Correspondence, 1977-1983, 2.5 linear feet

XXXII: Ambassador: Speeches, 1976-1988, 2.5 linear feet

XXXIII: Ambassador: Clippings, 1977-1990, 6.0 linear feet

XXXIV: Ambassador: Scrapbooks and Albums, 1977-1990, 10.0 linear feet

XXXV: Art Objects, 17th century-1988, 600 pieces

XXXVI: House/Senate/Ambassador: Photographs, 1942-1988, approximately 7500 images

XXXVII: Ambassador and Post-Ambassador: Correspondence, Speeches, Writings, and Miscellaneous, 1987-2002, 10.5 linear feet

XXXVIII: House/Senate: Miscellaneous, 1950-1977, 6.5 linear feet

XXXIX: Accession 2021-030: People’s Republic of China, 1967-1973, 0.5 linear feet

Custodial History

Most of the collection was in Mansfield's possession until time of transfer.

Acquisition Information

The bulk of this collection was received directly from Mansfield's Washington, DC, office in 1969 and the early 1970s, with the addition of the unofficial ambassadorial papers in 1982-1986. Mansfield also made additional gifts of audio tapes, books, art objects, and clippings in 1979, 1980, 1983, and 1988. Some additional materials were also received from USIA and USIS in 1987. Additional materials were donated by Mike Mansfield's daughter, Anne, in 2003, 2004, and 2010.

Processing Note

The Mansfield papers were originally processed and prepared for transfer to the archives by Mansfield's staff, with assistance and consultation with The University of Montana archivist Dale Johnson. Likewise, the ambassadorial portion was largely prepared by Mansfield's staff, and were received in the archives as a separate collection. Once the papers arrived at the archives, they remained largely in their original state. There was extensive documentation prepared for the collection of art objects.

In 1997, the Mansfield Foundation awarded the archives a grant to re-describe the collection and make information about it more readily available electronically. This grant served as a base for much future work on the papers. The House, Senate, and ambassadorial papers were combined to create one continuous collection; many series were combined; art, memorabilia, audio, film, and video were re-integrated into the collection; the series were sampled and surveyed; photographs were removed from acidic albums and listed individually; and the archives collected documentation on preservation problems in the collection. In 1998-99, the Foundation awarded the archives another grant to work on the photographs and augment other descriptions.

Portions of the papers remain unprocessed. In 2016, additional materials from later in Mansfield's life were arranged, described, and became Series XXXVII.

In 2022, additional miscellaneous documents related to Mansfield's time in the U.S. Senate were discovered at the archives and processed into the collection as Series XXXVIII. These documents had seemingly been mislabeled, but there is no record of their custodial or acquisition history. Series XXXIX was processed in 2023. These materials had previously been separated from the collection under unknown circumstances but were returned to the Archives in 2021.

From early 2022 through early 2023, Series XXXV was cataloged, photographed, and uploaded to ScholarWorks.

Separated Materials

Most audio materials, especially press interviews, were separated during original processing and now comprise Oral History Collection 22 at the K. Ross Toole Archives. A number of books and government publications were separated to the library's general and government documents collection during original processing.

Related Materials

Mansfield's official ambassadorial papers are with the records of the State Department in the National Archives.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  House: Bills Introduced by Mansfield, 1942-1952Return to Top

7.5 linear feet

This series covers all the bills that Mansfield introduced during his time in the House of Representatives. They include the 78th to the 82nd Congress. The series contains a broad range of materials relating to all aspects of legislation. The number of bills introduced by Mansfield increases with each Congress as the gains seniority. The bills also grow more substantive and related to national policy issues.

The series contains copies of each bill introduced and correspondence relating to the bill. When a bill was introduced in more than one session, the folder generally contains all previous drafts of the bill. Many folders have original working drafts of bills that include notes and revisions in Mansfield's hand. The folders also contain newspaper clippings and numerous letters from constituents, interest groups, and Congressional colleagues. A number of the bills are personal relief bills introduced on behalf of constituents in need of help. They provide a glimpse of the hardships many Montanans faced during World War II and its aftermath. Many cases relate to immigration difficulties and the struggles of veterans. There are letters from various government agencies, particularly the War and State departments, relating to relief cases. The relief folders often contain photographs and effusive thank-you notes.

The folders contain Mansfield's speeches to Congressional committees and on the House floor. There are several handwritten working drafts of speeches that include Mansfield's corrections. Planned testimony on pending legislation and specific pages from the Congressional Record are included as well.

Letters from constituents relating to pending bills offer insight into the political and economic opinions of Montanans during this era. A number of bills relate to federal land management, Native American policies, and large federal work projects in Montana. These folders contain numerous maps, blueprints, and photographs relating to specific projects. Of particular interest is the vigorous support for mining, flood control, and irrigation.

The rest of the series is comprised of Mansfield's replies to constituents, reports to congressional committees, telegrams, press releases, and memorandums. There are also copies of public laws after legislation was passed, letters from Senator James Murray, newsletters from constituent interest groups, and legal documents from various cases.

The series is arranged in five subseries: 78th Congress, 79th Congress, 80th Congress, 81st Congress, and 82nd Congress. Within each subseries, each folder contains information on a single bill. Substantive bills often occupy several folders. Some of the material relates directly to other series, including the Montana files, Projects, Federal Agencies, and Case Mail.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: 78th Congress
Box/Folder
S1 - 1/1
H.R. 1249 (Court of Claims to hear claims of Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes
S1 - 1/2
H.R. 1250 (Pensions for Disabled Veterans of World War I)
S1 - 1/3
H.R. 1577 (Assignment of Payments Due form U.S.)
S1 - 1/4
H.R. 3570 (Emergency War Project for the Partial Construction of Hungry Horse Dam)
S1 - 1/5
H.R. 3957 (Education Armed Forces and Merchant Marines)
S1 - 1/6
H.R. 4374 (Modification of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act
1934
S1 - 1/7
H.R. 4917 (Exchange of land by U of M for Biological Station Purposes)
S1 - 1/8
H.R. 5349 (Suspension of Publication by Weekly Newspapers)
Subseries 2: 79th Congress
Box/Folder
S1 - 1/9
H. Res. 79 (Death of Hon. James F. O'Connor, Rep.)
S1 - 1/10
H.C.R. 141 (Handbook for Servicemen and Servicewomen)
S1 - 1/11
H.C.R. 141
S1 - 1/12
H.R. 2561 (Continuation of Subsidy Payments for Petro and Petro Products)
S1 - 1/13
H.R. 2678 (Court of Claims to Hear Claims of Flathead Indians)
S1 - 1/14
H.R. 2678 (Court of Claims to Hear Claims of Flathead Indians)
S1 - 1/15
H.R. 2859 (Pensions for Disabled Veterans of WWII)
S1 - 1/16
H.R. 2862 (Crow Irrigation Project)
S1 - 1/17
H.R. 2863 (Relief of Maurice O'Leary)
S1 - 1/18
H.R. 2871 (Mike's Alaska Highway Commission)
S1 - 1/19
H.R. 3225 (Relief of Rolla Duncan)
S1 - 1/20
H.R. 3843 (Funds, The Indians of the Flathead)
S1 - 1/21
H.R. 3978 (Winter Range)
S1 - 1/22
H.R. 4218 (Compensation to Veterans)
S1 - 1/23
H.R. 4664 (Flathead Irrigation Charges)
S1 - 1/24
H.R. 4893 (Terminal Leave Bill)
S1 - 1/25
H.R. 5236 (Coldwater Insurance)
S1 - 1/26
H.R. 5515 (Building Materials)
S1 - 1/27
H.R. 5838 (Relief of Pearle Hoen)
S1 - 1/28
H.R. 6139 (Exclusion Paid by a Veteran in Purchase of a Home)
S1 - 1/29
H.R. 6260 (Contract Settlement)
S1 - 2/1
H.R. 6541 (Sec. 251 of Internal Revenue Code)
S1 - 2/2
H.R. 6827 (Bonus of $.48 per Bushel for All Wheat)
S1 - 2/3
H.R. 7019 (Irrigation Charges-Flathead Irrigation Project)
S1 - 2/4
H.R. 7069 (Margaret Katherine Hume)
Subseries 3: 80th Congress
Box/Folder
S1 - 2/5
H.Res. 27 (Litchfield Trials)
S1 - 2/6
H.Res. 346 (Registration of Amounts and Sources for Representatives Income)
S1 - 2/7
H.C.R. 64 (United Nations Charter)
S1 - 2/8
H.C.R. 173 (Revision of United Nations Charter)
S1 - 2/9
H.R. 56 (Authorized Hawaii to Write a Constitution and be Admitted into the Union)
S1 - 2/10
H.R. 264 (Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946)
S1 - 2/11
H.R. 265 (Vets Subsistence)
S1 - 2/12
H.R. 265 (Vets Subsistence)
S1 - 2/13
H.R. 265 (Vets Subsistence)
S1 - 2/14
H.R. 481 (Mike's Bill Alaskan International Highway Commission)
S1 - 2/15
H.R. 658 (Flathead Irrigation Project)
S1 - 2/16
H.R. 658 (Flathead Irrigation Project)
S1 - 2/17
H.R. 658 (Flathead Irrigation Project)
S1 - 3/1
H.R. 658
S1 - 3/2
H.R. 659 (WWI Pensions)
S1 - 3/3
H.R. 660 (Compensation to Veterans)
S1 - 3/4
H.R. 1308 (Biering Claim)
S1 - 3/5
H.R. 1927 (Relief of Margaret Hume)
S1 - 3/6
H.R. 2017 (Coldwater Insurance)
S1 - 3/7
H.R. 2793 (Indian Tuberculosis Hospital
S1 - 3/8
H.R. 3828 (Members Voting Record)
S1 - 3/9
H.R. 4882 (Tax Exemptions)
S1 - 3/10
H.R. 5270 (Relief of Mrs. Buley)
S1 - 3/11
H.R. 6528 (Social Security)
S1 - 3/12
H.R. 6588 (Education of Children at Hungry Horse)
S1 - 3/13
H.R. 6996 (Montana Engineering and Construction Co.)
S1 - 3/14
H.R. 7076 (Inflation)
Subseries 4: 81st Congress
Box/Folder
S1 - 4/1
H.R. 514 (Inflation)
S1 - 4/2
H.R. 707 (Constituent Hans Biering)
S1 - 4/3
H.R. 707 (Constituent Hans Biering)
S1 - 4/4
H.R. 1239 (Mining Bill Premium Price)
S1 - 4/5
H.R. 1239 (Mining Bill Premium Price)
S1 - 4/6
H.R. 1240 (Amendment Against Unlawful Restraints and Monopolies)
S1 - 4/7
H.R. 1300 (Mrs. Buley's Bill)
S1 - 4/8
H.R. 1397 (Pensions for Disabled WWI Veterans)
S1 - 5/1
H.R. 1494 (Relief of Montana Engineering and Construct. Co.)
S1 - 5/2
H.R. 1720 (Transfer of Lands to Montana State University)
S1 - 5/3
H.R. 2196 (Elimination of Lands from Flathead Indian Irrigation Project)
S1 - 5/4
H.R. 2197 (Transferring Lands to County of Missoula)
S1 - 5/5
H.R. 2300 (Statehood of Alaska)
S1 - 5/6
H.R. 2301 (Hawaiian Statehood)
S1 - 5/7
H.R. 2302 (Pensions for WWI Veterans)
S1 - 5/8
H.R. 2304 (Raise Minimum Wage)
S1 - 5/9
H.R. 2306 (Mining Assessment Suspension)
S1 - 5/10
H.R. 2306 (Mining Assessment Suspension)
S1 - 5/11
H.R. 2306 (Mining Assessment Suspension)
S1 - 6/1
H.R. 2433 (Amended Federal Administration Act)
S1 - 6/2
H.R. 2473 (Relief of Virgil Hesterly)
S1 - 6/3
H.R. 2657 (Excise Tax Bill - Repeal)
S1 - 6/4
H.R. 2657 (Excise Tax Bill - Repeal)
S1 - 6/5
H.R. 2657 (Excise Tax Bill - Repeal)
S1 - 6/6
H.R. 2657 (Excise Tax Bill - Repeal)
S1 - 6/7
H.R. 2657 (Excise Tax Bill - Repeal)
S1 - 7/1
H.R. 2869 (Appropriation for Drainage System at Polson)
S1 - 7/2
H.R. 2869
S1 - 7/3
H.R. 3194 (Whitefish Post Office)
S1 - 7/4
H.R. 3194
S1 - 7/5
H.R. 4159 (Relief of E.E. Drury and Sons)
S1 - 7/6
H.R. 4160 (Relief of Kalispell Pole Co.)
S1 - 7/7
H.R. 4561 (Relief of Dean Galles)
S1 - 7/8
H.R. 4561
S1 - 7/9
H.R. 4613 (Rehabilitation of Chippewa-Cree Tribe of Rocky Boy's Reservation)
S1 - 7/10
H.R. 4614 (Rehabilitation of Gros Ventre and Assiniboine Tribes)
S1 - 7/11
H.R. 5119 (Suspend Copper Import Tax)
S1 - 8/1
H.R. 5119 (Suspend Copper Import Tax)
S1 - 8/2
H.R. 5119
S1 - 8/3
H.R. 5248 (Relief of Mrs. Lysje Oostende Van Veen)
S1 - 8/4
H.R. 5494 (Relief of Chinese Students)
S1 - 8/5
H.R. 5545 (Relief of C.L. Leffingwell)
S1 - 8/6
H.R. 5730 (Extending the Institute of Inter-American Affairs)
S1 - 8/7
H.R. 5850 (Relief of Margarite Deutsche)
S1 - 8/8
H.R. 5925 (Relief of Dr. Mario Stefanini)
S1 - 8/9
H.R. 5971 (Relief of Lenny Gustavson)
S1 - 8/10
H.R. 6019 (Purchase of Land by George G.E. Neill)
S1 - 8/11
H.R. 6044 (Relief of Anna Russo)
S1 - 8/12
H.R. 6045 (Chamber of Commerce Lands in Missoula)
S1 - 8/13
H.R. 6046 (Reimbursement of Chamber of Commerce in Missoula)
S1 - 8/14
H.R. 6589 (Relief of Mitsue Miyamoto)
S1 - 8/15
H.R. 6914 (Relief of Werner Plack)
S1 - 8/16
H.R. 7050 (Relief of Louie Gam Yean)
S1 - 8/17
H.R. 7517 (Development and Maintenance of Amer.-flag Shipping on Great Lakes)
S1 - 8/18
H.R. 7981 (Sale of Land to St. Ignatius for Airport)
S1 - 8/19
H.R. 8198 (Flathead Irrigation Project)
S1 - 9/1
H.R. 8198 (Flathead Irrigation Project)
S1 - 9/2
H.R. 8198
S1 - 9/3
H.R. 8198
S1 - 9/4
H.R. 8199 (Repayment Contract for Flathead Irrigation Project)
S1 - 9/5
H.R. 8199
S1 - 9/6
H.R. 8718 (Relief of Fred Hess)
S1 - 9/7
H.R. 9452 (Lands to St. Ignatius for Public Park)
S1 - 9/8
H.R. 9509 (Aliens Under Draft)
S1 - 9/9
H.R. 9623 (Marine Corps)
S1 - 9/10
H.Res. 116 (Designating McCormick Speaker Pro Tem)
S1 - 9/11
H.Res. 151 (Pan Amer. Day)
S1 - 9/12
H.Res. 496 (Pan Amer. Day)
S1 - 9/13
H.Res. 542 (Pan Amer. Union Day)
S1 - 9/14
H.J.R. 167 (Reforestation and Revegetation of Forest and Range Lands)
S1 - 9/15
(Legislation Public Lands, Mining)
Subseries 5: 82nd Congress
Box/Folder
S1 - 9/16
H.R. 1136 (Sisters Natalie and Alice, Immigration)
S1 - 9/17
H.R. 1137 (Huter, Alfred Joseph, Judiciary Committee)
S1 - 9/18
H.R. 1139 (Relief of Mrs. Erna and Sons)
S1 - 9/19
H.R. 1140 (Relief of Fares Nujra Saliba)
S1 - 9/20
H.R. 1141 (St, Patrick's Hospital-Western Montana Clinic)
S1 - 10/1
H.R. 1604 (Creation of Small Defense Plants Corp.)
S1 - 10/2
H.R. 1624 (Korean GI Bill of Rights)
S1 - 10/3
H.R. 1625 (Flood Control on Middle Fork of Flathead River)
S1 - 10/4
H.R. 1625
S1 - 10/5
H.R. 1627 (GI Insurance - Lump Sum Payments)
S1 - 10/6
H.R. 1628 (Forest Fire Control Operation)
S1 - 10/7
H.R. 1629 (Landless Indians Bill)
S1 - 10/8
H.R. 1630 (Mining Research Laboratory)
S1 - 10/9
H.R. 1630
S1 - 10/10
H.R. 1702 (Alfred Semsack - GI Insurance Lump Sum
S1 - 11/1
H.R. 1725 (Commission on Cooperative International Relations)
S1 - 11/2
H.R. 1725
S1 - 11/3
H.R. 2034 (Fix Personal Strength of Marine Corps Armed Services)
S1 - 11/4
H.R. 2034
S1 - 11/5
H.R. 2034
S1 - 11/6
H.R. 2123 (Leasing of Restricted Indian Lands for Public, Religious, etc. Purposes)
S1 - 11/7
H.R. 2124 (Control of Tribal Funds by the Indian Tribes of Montana)
S1 - 11/8
H.R. 2125 (Flood Control Improvements at Foy's Bend on Flathead River)
S1 - 11/9
H.R. 2458 (Relief of Claudia Mayer)
S1 - 11/10
H.R. 2484 (Allocation of Cellophane During Emergency)
S1 - 12/1
H.R. 2515 (Roll Back Prices, Excess Profits 100% Tax)
S1 - 12/2
H.R. 2598 (Relief of Mrs. Gisela G. Webeler)
S1 - 12/3
H.R. 2599 (Relief of Elfriede Vybiral)
S1 - 12/4
H.R. 2787 (Relief of Thomas A. Raphael)
S1 - 12/5
H.R. 2912 (Relief of Mrs. L.R. Dickason)
S1 - 12/6
H.R. 3847 (Authorize Secretary of Interior to Issue School District 28, Ronan, Montana, Patent in Fee for Indian Lands)
S1 - 12/7
H.R. 3854 (Relief of Mrs. LaVerne F. Kelly)
S1 - 12/8
H.R. 3897 (Patents in Fee for Lands)
S1 - 12/9
H.R. 5110 (Relief of Adelheid Wichman Waitschies)
S1 - 12/10
H.R. 5269 (Relief of Mary G. Sullivan)
S1 - 12/11
H.R. 5269
S1 - 12/12
H.R. 5301 (Relief of Leonard Jesse Richards)
S1 - 12/13
H.R. 5410 (Establishing Clearing House in Justice)
S1 - 12/14
H.R. 5630 (Frenchtown Repayment Contract Approval)
S1 - 12/15
H.R. 5631. (Frenchtown Irrigation District Approval of Repayment Contracts)
S1 - 12/16
H.R. 5665 (Postmaster and Rural Carrier Appointments)
S1 - 12/17
H.R. 5679 (Mine Incentive Payments Div. Exploration Production, etc. of Ores)
S1 - 12/18
H.R. 5709 (Claims of Sufferers of the Porcupine Dam Losses-Fort Peck Project).
S1 - 13/1
H.R. 5795 (Multiple Sclerosis Research Center)
S1 - 13/2
H.R. 5819 (Finance Exploration of Minerals)
S1 - 13/3
H.R. 5965 (Additional Hospital Beds)
S1 - 13/4
H.R. 6739 (Relief of Frederick Arnold Eickhoff)
S1 - 13/5
H.R. 6782 (Burial of Servicemen Irrespective of Color, Creed, etc.)
S1 - 13/6
H.R. 7028 (Shortage of Boxcars)
S1 - 13/7
H.R. 7401 (Amend School Construction Act, Indian Children)
S1 - 13/8
H.R. 7423 (Civil Service for Internal Revenue, etc.)
S1 - 13/9
H.R. 7614 (Appoint. of Commissioner of Indian Affairs)
S1 - 13/10
H.R. 7633 (Relief of Socorro Gerona de Castro)
S1 - 13/11
H.R. 7878 (Amended Postage Act for 3rd Class Matter)
S1 - 13/12
H.R. 7892 (Amendment of Agric. Act - Farm Parity)
S1 - 13/13
H.R. 7970 (Amend Civil Service Retirement Act)
S1 - 13/14
H.R. 8027 (Relief of George Mehalatas)
S1 - 13/15
H.R. 8057 (Change Name of Great Falls Air Base to Earl T. Vance AF Base)
S1 - 13/16
H.R. 8068 (Declare Certain Lands in Trust for Fort Belknap Indians)
S1 - 13/17
H.R. 8344 (Relief of Kathleen Barnes)
S1 - 13/18
H.R. 8488 (Relief of Marjorie Ketcher)
S1 - 13/19
H.Res. 241 (Congressman Albert to Answer Subpoena)
S1 - 13/20
H.Res. 442 (Authorizing Rep. Henderson Lanham to Appear in Response to Subpoena)
S1 - 13/21
H.Res. 635 (Report on Campaign Expenditures)
S1 - 13/22
H.Res. 641 (Investigation of Prisoner of War Camp at Koje)
S1 - 13/23
H.C.R. 28 (Atlantic Union Resolution-Foreign Affairs Committee)
S1 - 13/24
H.C.R. 42 (Favor a Pacific Pact and U.S. Participation Campaign Expenditures)
S1 - 13/25
H.C.R. 176 (Holiday on Election Day)
S1 - 13/26
H.C.R. 264 (United Nations Security Council re Korea)
S1 - 13/27
(Mansfield Alaska Statehood Bill)
S1 - 13/28
S.B. 677 (Marine Corps Bill)

Series II:  House: Legislation, 1942-1952Return to Top

35.0 linear feet

This series consists of material relating to all the legislation Mansfield's office handled during his time in the House of Representatives. The series is inclusive and covers a broad range of bills in both the House and the Senate. While the series does not contain every piece of pending legislation during this time, any bill that related to Montana or Mansfield's committee assignments is included. The series generally consists of correspondence, committee reports, copies of the pending bills, and newspaper clippings.

More specifically, the folders contain a predictable sequence of documents throughout the series. In general all material relating to a specific piece of legislation is contained in a single file, though some bills, like the Smith-Connolly Bill of 1943, take up several folders. The information contained in the series covers a broad spectrum of issues and includes virtually any subject that might have relevance to Mansfield's tenure in the House. Included in the files are bills relating to wildlife conservation, veteran's benefits, housing, the Kerr Commission, Civil Service, Armed Forces, coal, World War II, agriculture, mining, timber, and foreign relations. A file typically will have all the information on a particular bill, though this covers a broad sweep of documents. The majority of the series consists of correspondence. The letters are predominantly from constituents and interest groups with concerns over the effect of a specific piece of pending legislation. The constituent letters provide a reflection of the concerns of average Montanans during and following World War II. They project an intimacy between Mansfield and Montana citizens that seems a remarkable reflection of both Mansfield's appeal and a more communal era in Montana politics. The letters from interest groups reveal the key players in Montana politics, particularly the strong voices of farmers, ranchers, loggers, and miners. Groups representing these constituencies are very well represented in this series and their letters appear in virtually every folder. A copy of each bill being considered is included in the relevant file and both previous and subsequent drafts of the bill often appear. Some of the bills have Mansfield's handwritten notes, offering his objections or suggestions. Reports to House and Senate Committees and copies of Committee hearings accompany specific legislation. To supplement reports and testimony, interest groups often produced their own reports to convince Mansfield and his Congressional colleagues of the merits of their particular viewpoint. The rest of the series is rounded out by letters and memorandums from Congressional colleagues, press releases, Mansfield's speeches and testimony, newspaper clippings sent by constituents, telegrams, and reports and letters from federal agencies.

The series is arranged in five subseries: 78th Congress, 79th Congress, 80th Congress, 81st Congress, and 82nd Congress. Within the subseries, materials are arranged in a rough chronological order. Aside from chronology, many folders contain a single piece of legislation and its attendant documents while others are grouped by subject. For example all the bills relating to veterans for a particular period are contained in folders titled "Veteran's Affairs," though a very important bill might be listed individually. There is no apparent order to the arrangement of files within a particular time period, though some may be arranged alphabetically by subject. To add to the difficulties in locating information in this series, some subject files contain material spanning the entire decade. In general using subject and chronology headings will yield approximate locations for researchers, though finding specific information depends on serendipity as much as science.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: 78th Congress
Box/Folder
S2 - 1/1
Taxation
1943
S2 - 1/2
Taxation
1943
S2 - 1/3
Taxation (clippings)
1943
S2 - 1/4
Postal
1943-1944
S2 - 1/5
Miscellaneous
1944
S2 - 1/6
Miscellaneous
1944
S2 - 1/7
Veterans, H.R. 3217
1944
S2 - 2/1
Veterans, H.R. 3917
1944
S2 - 2/2
Veterans, H.R. 3917
1944
S2 - 2/3
Veterans, H.R. 3917
1944
S2 - 2/4
Veterans, G.I. Bill, S. 1767
1944
S2 - 2/5
Reconversion
1944
S2 - 2/6
Reconversion (clippings)
1944
S2 - 2/7
Soldiers' vote
1944
S2 - 2/8
Soldiers' vote (clippings)
1944
S2 - 2/9
Case of Watson, Dodd and Iovett, accused by Kerr Comm.
1943
S2 - 2/10
Case of Watson, Dodd and Iovett, accused by Kerr Comm.
1943
S2 - 2/11
Conservation of wildlife, S. 1152
1943
S2 - 3/1
Beaver Creek Park (Havre), S. 943
1943
S2 - 3/2
Smith Connolly Bill, S. 796; P.L. 89
1943
S2 - 3/3
Smith Connolly Bill, S. 796; P.L. 89 (clippings)
1943
S2 - 3/4
Veterans, H.R. 1744; P.L. 483
S2 - 3/5
Housing, H.R. 1689 and 1877; S. 646
1943
S2 - 3/6
Deportation of aliens, H.R. 1681
1943
S2 - 3/7
Pilot training, H.R. 1670; P.L. 69
1943
S2 - 3/8
Commodity Credit Corp., S. 1458
1943
S2 - 3/9
Bituminous coal bill, H.R. 1454
1943
S2 - 3/10
AAA amendment, H.R. 1408; Rpt. 130
1943
S2 - 3/11
War food administration, H.R. 2837; Rpt. 599
1943
S2 - 3/12
Salary of firefighters, H.R. 2565
1943
S2 - 3/13
Widow's pension, H.R. 2784
1943
S2 - 3/14
Civil Service Retirement Act, H.R. 988
1943
S2 - 3/15
Postal, H.R. 1366; P.L. 25
1943
S2 - 3/16
Veterans, H.R. 1121
1943
S2 - 3/17
Veterans, H.R. 1111
1943
S2 - 3/18
Veterans, H.R. 1010
1943
S2 - 3/19
Labor, H.R. 992
1943
S2 - 3/20
Judiciary, S. 975; H.R. 2617 and 2466
1943
S2 - 3/21
Veterans, H.R. 912
1943
S2 - 3/22
R.E.A,, H.R. 878; S. 742
1943
S2 - 3/23
Veterans, S. 861; P.L. 202
1943
S2 - 3/24
Vocational Rehabilitation, S. 838
1943
S2 - 3/25
Veterans, S. 786; H.R. 801; P.L. 16
1943
S2 - 3/26
Veterans, post-war education plans, H.R. 757
1943
S2 - 3/27
Agriculture, Bankhead Bill, S. 660
1943
S2 - 3/28
McKellar Bill, S. 575
1943
S2 - 3/29
Navy Mothers' Clubs, S. 1031
1943
S2 - 3/30
War Area Child Care Act, S. 1130
1943
S2 - 3/31
Annuities to widows of foreign service officers, H.R. 313
1943
S2 - 3/32
Committee to investigate Japanese, H.Res. 132
1943
S2 - 3/33
Post-war international relationships, S.Res. 114
1943
S2 - 3/34
Recognition of Korea, H.J.Res. 109
1943
S2 - 3/35
Approp. To secure farm workers, H.J.Res. 96; P.L. 45
1943
S2 - 3/36
S.J. Res. 91
1943
S2 - 3/37
Indian affairs, S. 73
1943
S2 - 3/38
Lotteries, H.J.Res. 55
1943
S2 - 3/39
Indian irrigation projects, S.J. Res. 55
1943
S2 - 3/40
Tolan-Pepper Bill, H.Res. 36
1943
S2 - 3/41
Vital statistics, S. 1096
1943
S2 - 3/42
Lucas Bill, S. 1089
1943
S2 - 3/43
Post-war policy of U.S., H.Con.Res. 14
1943
S2 - 3/44
Hall free furlough transportation bill
1943
S2 - 3/45
Size of Armed Forces
1943
S2 - 3/46
Allowances for servicemen's dependents
1943
S2 - 4/1
Fullbright resolution
1943
S2 - 4/2
Women's service bills, H.R. 1364 and 1616; S. 495
1943
S2 - 4/3
Lumber industry, S. 1330
1943
S2 - 4/4
Veterans, H.R. 1250
1943
S2 - 4/5
Informer statute, H.R. 1203; P.L. 213
1943
S2 - 4/6
Minerals stockpile act, S. 1160
1943
S2 - 4/7
National Guard, H.R. 1806
1943
S2 - 4/8
Postal, H.R. 1809
1943
S2 - 4/9
Overtime compensation, H.R. 1860
1943
S2 - 4/10
Chinese exclusion laws, H.R. 2893
1943
S2 - 4/11
R.F.C., H.R. 2900, amend.
1943
S2 - 4/12
Postal, H.R. 2928; P.L. 334
1943
S2 - 4/13
Appropriations, H.R. 2935; P.L. 135
1943
S2 - 4/14
Draft
1943-1944
S2 - 4/15
Draft (clippings)
1943-1944
S2 - 4/16
Highway
1943-1947
S2 - 4/17
Oil
1943-1947
S2 - 4/18
Oil
1943-1947
S2 - 4/19
Oil
1943-1947
S2 - 4/20
Oil (clippings and pubs.)
1943-1947
S2 - 4/21
Insurance
1943-1944
S2 - 4/22
Insurance (clippings and pubs.)
1943-1944
S2 - 5/1
National Service
1943-1945
S2 - 5/2
National Service
1943-1945
S2 - 5/3
National Service (clippings)
1943-1945
S2 - 5/4
Surplus materials
1944-1946
S2 - 5/5
UNNRA
1944-1946
S2 - 5/6
UNNRA (clippings and pubs.)
1944-1946
S2 - 5/7
Lifting of blockade, H.Res. 117
1943-1944
S2 - 5/8
Agriculture. Appropriations, H.R. 2481
1943
S2 - 5/9
Pharmacy Corps Bill, H.R. 7432
1943
S2 - 5/10
Naturalization laws, H.R. 2011
1943
S2 - 5/11
Rural carriers maintenance allowance, H.R. 2080; P.L. 205
1943
S2 - 5/12
Small business, H.R. 2201
1943
S2 - 6/1
Jackson Hole monument, H.R. 2241 (pocket veto)
1943
S2 - 6/2
Jackson Hole monument, H.R. 2241 (clippings)
1943
S2 - 6/3
Postal, H.R. 2250; P.L. 161
1943
S2 - 6/4
Appropriations for law clerks, H.R. 2409; P.L. 96
1943
S2 - 6/5
Labor, prohibiting contributions toward elections, H.R. 2463
1943
S2 - 6/6
Veterans, post-war education program, H.R. 3272
1943
S2 - 6/7
Veterans, H.R. 3377; P.L. 313
1943
S2 - 6/8
H.R. 3572
1943
S2 - 6/9
Fulmer, H.R. 3395
1943
S2 - 6/10
Veterans, pensions, H.R. 2350; P.L. 242
1943-1944
S2 - 6/11
Indian land at Fort Peck, S. 917
1943-1944
S2 - 6/12
Retirement Act, S. 878
1943-1944
S2 - 6/13
Veterans, H.R. 29
1943-1944
S2 - 6/14
Raise in rank for prisoners of war, S. 1374
1943-1944
S2 - 6/15
Veterans, mustering out pay, P.L. 225
1943-1944
S2 - 6/16
Railroad, Hobbs Bill, H.R. 2857
1943-1944
S2 - 6/17
Garnishment of wages, H.R. 2985
1943-1944
S2 - 6/18
Appropriation for government advertising in newspapers, S. 1073
1943-1944
S2 - 6/19
Commissions for bandmasters, H.R. 3984
1944
S2 - 6/20
Veterans, vote preference, H.R. 4115; P.L. 359
1944
S2 - 6/21
Forest products pilot plan, H.R. 4643
1944
S2 - 6/22
Citizenship for foreign seamen, H.R. 2967
1944
S2 - 6/23
Exchange of land for M.S.U. (Missoula), H.R. 4917; P.L. 475
1944
S2 - 6/24
Bankruptcy Act, H.R. 4960
S2 - 6/25
Taxation, veto of revenue bill
1944
S2 - 6/26
Taxation, veto of revenue bill (clippings)
1944
S2 - 7/1
Forest fire protection, S. 45; P.L. 296
1944
S2 - 7/2
Education
1944
S2 - 7/3
S. 1678
1944-1945
S2 - 7/4
Nonessential Federal expenditures (clippings)
Subseries 2: 79th Congress
Box/Folder
S2 - 7/5
Immigration
S2 - 7/6
Registration of firearms, S. 1678
S2 - 7/7
Fair employment practices, H.R. 2232
1945
S2 - 7/8
Streamlining Congress
1945
S2 - 7/9
I.C.C., Bulwinkle Bill, H.R. 2536 amend.
1945
S2 - 7/10
Civil Service Retirement, H.R. 74
1945
S2 - 7/11
Water pollution (Mundt Bill), H.R. 519; S. 535
1945-1946
S2 - 7/12
Unemployment compensation
1945-1946
S2 - 7/13
Bankhead-Jones Act, amend., S. 1507
1945-1946
S2 - 7/14
Merchant marines
1945-1946
S2 - 7/15
Radio
1945-1946
S2 - 7/16
Salaries of legislators
1945-1946
S2 - 7/17
Salaries of legislators (clippings)
1945-1946
S2 - 7/18
Gwynne Bill, H.R. 2788
1945-1946
S2 - 7/19
Pay increase for Federal employees, H.R. 4159; S. 1415
1945-1947
S2 - 7/20
Miscellaneous
1945-1946
S2 - 8/1
Miscellaneous
1945-1946
S2 - 8/2
Miscellaneous
1945-1946
S2 - 8/3
Miscellaneous
1945-1946
S2 - 8/4
Miscellaneous
1945-1946
S2 - 8/5
Miscellaneous
1945-1946
S2 - 8/6
Return of U.S. Employment Service to states, H.R. 4437 and 5142
1946
S2 - 8/7
Railroads, freight rates
1943-1946
S2 - 8/8
Railroads, Boren Bill, H.R. 4184
1944-1945
S2 - 8/9
Railroads, Boren Bill, H.R. 4184
1944-1945
S2 - 9/1
Education
1943-1946
S2 - 9/2
Education, Federal aid
1943-1946
S2 - 9/3
Education, Federal aid
1943-1946
S2 - 9/4
Education, Federal aid
1943-1946
S2 - 9/5
Agriculture, Miscellaneous
1944-1945
S2 - 9/6
Agricultural Credit Agency
1946
S2 - 9/7
Agricultural Credit Agency
1946
S2 - 9/8
Agricultural Credit Agency
1946
S2 - 10/1
Agricultural Credit Agency
1946
S2 - 10/2
Railroad pensions
1943-1944
S2 - 10/3
Railroads
1943-1945
S2 - 10/4
Labor, Miscellaneous
1943-1946
S2 - 10/5
Labor (Hobbs Bill), S. 653
1943
S2 - 10/6
Gold reserve, H.R. 2343
1945
S2 - 10/7
Postal, book mailing rates, H.R. 3235
1945
S2 - 10/8
Labor, repeal of Smith-Connolly Act, H.R. 3937
1945-1946
S2 - 10/9
Labor, Bull/Burton/Hatch Bill
1945
S2 - 10/10
Postal
1945-1946
S2 - 10/11
Labor, minimum wage, S. 1349
1946
S2 - 10/12
Labor, Case fact finding bill, H.R. 5262
1946
S2 - 10/13
Labor, Case fact finding bill, H.R. 5262
1946
S2 - 11/1
Labor, President's emergency strike bill, H.R. 6578
1946
S2 - 11/2
Labor, President's emergency strike bill, H.R. 6578
S2 - 11/3
Labor, management conference
1946
S2 - 11/4
Labor, President's labor bill
1945-1946
S2 - 11/5
Labor, President's labor bill (clippings)
1945-1946
S2 - 11/6
Labor, Hobbs racketeering bill, H.R. 32
1945-1946
S2 - 11/7
Silver
1946
S2 - 11/8
Silver
1946
S2 - 11/9
Mining
1946
S2 - 11/10
Stockpile mining
1946
S2 - 11/11
Mining, Bunker's bills on gold and silver
1946
S2 - 11/12
Amendments to mineral leasing act, H.R. 3711; S. 1236
1946
S2 - 11/13
Gold
1946
S2 - 11/14
Radio, Petrillo bill, H.R. 517
1946
S2 - 11/15
Railroads, Reed Bill, H.R. 4779
1946
S2 - 11/16
Veterans, Legion Omnibus Bill, H.R. 3917
1944
S2 - 12/1
Veterans, bonus bill, H.R. 127
1945-1946
S2 - 12/2
Veterans, re-employment
1945
S2 - 12/3
Amendments to National Service Life Insurance Act, P.L. 589
S2 - 12/4
Veterans benefits
S2 - 12/5
Indian investigation
1945
S2 - 12/6
Indian Claims Commission, H.R. 4497
1946
S2 - 12/7
Land Grant to Miles City, P.L. 693
1946
S2 - 12/8
Federal funds for cadet nurse program
1945
S2 - 12/9
Indian affairs
1945-1946
S2 - 12/10
Veterans, general
1945-1946
S2 - 12/11
Veterans, general
1945-1946
S2 - 12/12
Veterans, general
1945-1946
S2 - 12/13
Merger of Armed Forces
S2 - 12/14
Military affairs, amendments to the Mustering Out Pay Act
1946
S2 - 12/15
Reclamation, Soldiers' Settlement Bill, H.R. 520
1945
S2 - 12/16
Military affairs, Optometric Corps, H.R. 3755
1945-1946
S2 - 12/17
Military affairs, Miscellaneous
1946
S2 - 13/1
Establish National Research Foundation
1945-1946
S2 - 13/2
Dependents joining personnel overseas, H.R. 5318 and 5388; S. 1799
S2 - 13/3
Military commissions in peacetime army
1945
S2 - 13/4
Naval Academy expansion, West Coast Naval Academy
1945
S2 - 13/5
Reorganization, H.C. Res., 151, 154 and 155
S2 - 13/6
Veterans, Unions and Veterans, H.R. 3384
1945
S2 - 13/7
Veterans, allowances for disabled vets., H.R. 5689 and 5746
1946
S2 - 13/8
Veterans, G.I. Bill amendments
S2 - 13/9
Atomic bomb
1945-1946
S2 - 13/10
Atomic bomb (clippings and pubs.)
1945-1946
S2 - 13/11
Indian affairs, Crow Reservation
S2 - 13/12
Indian affairs, Fort Peck Agency
S2 - 13/13
Indians, submarginal land on Ft. Peck to be made available to W.W. II veterans
S2 - 13/14
Proposed dam sites on Indian land, H.R. 323
S2 - 13/15
Taxation, exemption of school teachers annuities, H.R. 456
S2 - 13/16
Taxation, poll tax, H.R. 7
S2 - 13/17
Tax bill
1946
S2 - 13/18
Taxation, exemption of Civil Service annuities, H.R. 577 and 2948
S2 - 13/19
Taxation, general
1945-1946
S2 - 14/1
Taxation, $5 auto stamp
S2 - 14/2
Taxation, exempting of fraternal order
S2 - 14/3
Taxation, liquor tax
S2 - 14/4
Taxation, sales tax
S2 - 14/5
Taxation, sales tax (clippings)
S2 - 14/6
Taxation, sales tax, theater tax
S2 - 14/7
Taxation, $.01 tax on soft drinks
S2 - 14/8
Taxation, tax exemption for insurance premiums, H.R. 2541; S. 1016
S2 - 14/9
Taxation, tax on margarine
S2 - 14/10
Taxation, excise tax
1945-1946
S2 - 14/11
Taxation, lumber, H.R. 3687
S2 - 14/12
Taxation, limitation on income taxes
S2 - 14/13
Taxation, excess profits
1946
S2 - 14/14
Taxation, entertainment
S2 - 14/15
Taxation, income tax returns
S2 - 14/16
Taxation, angora rabbit wool, H.R. 5308
S2 - 14/17
Appropriations, Interior, Indian office, Camas Hot Springs health resort
S2 - 14/18
Appropriations, C.A.A., traffic control tower, Billings
S2 - 14/19
Appropriations, Agriculture experiment station
S2 - 14/20
Appropriations, tuberculosis control
S2 - 14/21
Appropriations, nursery schools, F.W.A.
S2 - 14/22
Appropriations, R.E.A.
S2 - 14/23
Appropriations, Bureau of Entomology
S2 - 14/24
Appropriations, school lunch
S2 - 14/25
Appropriations, Kings Hill near Neihart
S2 - 14/26
Appropriations, Forest Service
S2 - 14/27
Social Security
1943-1946
S2 - 15/1
Social Security
1943-1946
S2 - 15/2
Social Security
1943-1946
S2 - 15/3
Social Security
1943-1946
S2 - 15/4
Social Security
1943-1946
S2 - 15/5
Social Security, S. 1161
1943-1946
S2 - 15/6
Social Security, S. 1161 (clippings and pubs.)
S2 - 15/7
Townsend Plan
1943-1946
S2 - 15/8
Townsend Plan
1943-1946
S2 - 15/9
National Representation for District of Columbia
1943
S2 - 15/10
Panama Canal
1943-1946
S2 - 16/1
Jews
1944
S2 - 16/2
Lower voting age in Alaska
S2 - 16/3
Old age assistance
S2 - 16/4
Reciprocal trade agreements, P.L. 130
S2 - 16/5
Reciprocal trade agreements, P.L. 130 (clippings and publications)
S2 - 16/6
Postal pay increase, H.R. 5059; P.L. 386
S2 - 16/7
Change from war time to normal time
S2 - 16/8
Drafting of farm labor
1945
S2 - 16/9
George Bill, Wallace and Williams nominations
S2 - 16/10
Alien property custodian, H.R. 3750 and 4571; P.L. 322
S2 - 16/11
Postal reclassification measure, H.R. 2071 and 3035; P.L. 134
S2 - 17/1
Postal, reclassification measure
S2 - 17/2
Civil Service overtime pay
S2 - 17/3
Appropriations, forest products, H.R. 2689; P.L. 52
S2 - 17/4
Subsidy payments on minerals, S. 502; P.L. 88
S2 - 17/5
Railroad retirement pay and unemployment insurance, H.R. 1362; P.L. 572
S2 - 17/6
Vocational education, S. 619; P.L. 586
S2 - 17/7
OPA Review
S2 - 17/8
OPA Review
S2 - 17/9
OPA Review
S2 - 18/1
Price control, inflation, subsidies
S2 - 18/2
Price control, inflation, subsidies
S2 - 18/3
Price control, inflation, subsidies
S2 - 18/4
Price control, inflation, subsidies
S2 - 18/5
Price control, inflation, subsidies
S2 - 18/6
Price control, inflation, subsidies
S2 - 18/7
Price control, inflation, subsidies
S2 - 19/1
Peacetime conscription
S2 - 19/2
Peacetime conscription
S2 - 19/3
Peacetime conscription
S2 - 19/4
Draft extension
S2 - 19/5
Draft extension
S2 - 19/6
Draft extension
S2 - 19/7
Conscription, for (after Truman's speech)
S2 - 19/8
Conscription, for (after Truman's speech)
S2 - 20/1
Conscription, against (after Truman's speech)
S2 - 20/2
Conscription, servicemen's opinions
S2 - 20/3
Survey of Mission Range project
1946
S2 - 20/4
District of Columbia plebiscite
1946
S2 - 20/5
Full employment
1945-1946
S2 - 20/6
Full employment
1945-1946
S2 - 20/7
Questions of Day, President's program
S2 - 20/8
Questions of Day, President's program
S2 - 20/9
Veterinarians
1944
S2 - 20/10
Broadcasting proceedings of Congress
S2 - 20/11
Civilian Pilot Training Program
1944
S2 - 20/12
Senator Wheeler's private bill, S. 2003
S2 - 20/13
Prisoners captured on Wake Island, Guam, etc., S. 1561
1946
S2 - 20/14
Fish and Wildlife
1946
S2 - 20/15
Foreign Affairs Appointments
1946
S2 - 20/16
Reorganization plan
1946
S2 - 21/1
Extension of War Powers Act
1946
S2 - 21/2
Cancer bill, H.R. 4502
1946
S2 - 21/3
Amend. to Civil Service Act, S. 896
1946
S2 - 21/4
Exchange of foreign students
1946
S2 - 21/5
Extend Civil Service Retirement to Farm Loan Assoc. employees, S. 707; H.R. 5119
1946
S2 - 21/6
Administrative procedure bill, H.R. 4941; S. 7
1946
S2 - 21/7
Blind
1946
S2 - 21/8
Wool, S. 1874
1946
S2 - 21/9
Agriculture, Farmers Home Corp., H.R. 5991
1946
S2 - 21/10
Loans to veterans, H.R. 5605
1946
S2 - 21/11
Agriculture, wheat
1946
S2 - 21/12
Agriculture, amend. Emergency Farm Mortgage Act, H.R. 6477
1946
S2 - 21/13
Education, Federal aid for school construction, H.R. 4499; S. 1719 and 1123
1946
S2 - 21/14
Education, vocational, H.R. 4348
1946
S2 - 21/15
National Federation of Small Business ballots
1944-1946
S2 - 21/16
Small Business Committee
1946
S2 - 21/17
Social Security, H.R. 1863
1946
S2 - 21/18
Dental health, S. 190 and 1099
1945-1946
S2 - 21/19
President's health program
1946
S2 - 21/20
Hospital Survey and Construction Act, S. 191
1946
S2 - 21/21
Social Security, S. 281
1943-1944
Subseries 3: 80th Congress
Box/Folder
S2 - 21/22
Foreign affairs, State Department, information program, H.R. 3342; P.L. 402
S2 - 21/23
Foreign affairs, State Department, H.R. 3342; P.L. 402, Chenoweth testimony
1947
S2 - 21/24
Labor and Education, industrial hygiene activities, H.R. 375; S. 101
1947
S2 - 21/25
Education
1947
S2 - 21/26
Women's Bureau
1947
S2 - 22/1
Education, education of children on Federal Reservations, H.R. 2650
1947
S2 - 22/2
Armed Forces, Medical Corps, H.R. 1982
1947
S2 - 22/3
Armed Forces, flying pay
1947
S2 - 22/4
Armed Forces, re-employment rights of veterans, H.R. 166
1947
S2 - 22/5
Armed Forces, increase in pay
1947
S2 - 22/6
Armed Forces, remains of American soldiers, P.L. 599
1947
S2 - 22/7
District of Columbia, daylight saving time, P.L. 45
1947
S2 - 22/8
District of Columbia, Marine Corps Memorial, S.J. Res 113; P.L. 157
1947
S2 - 22/9
Civil Service, F.B.I. agents retirement, P.L. 168
1947
S2 - 22/10
Post Office and Civil Service, amend. Census Act re: religious clause, H.R. 1045; S. 614; P.L. 103
1947
S2 - 22/11
Banking and Currency, insuring deposits in chartered banks, H.R. 3756; P.L. 268
1947
S2 - 22/12
Banking and Currency, rent control, P.L. 129
1947
S2 - 22/13
Labor, portal to portal, Gwynne Bill, H.R. 584
1947
S2 - 22/14
Civil Service, Farm Credit Admin. employees, S. 430
1947
S2 - 22/15
Civil Service, Veterans Preference Act, H.R. 3520; S. 999
1947
S2 - 22/16
Civil Service status, H.R. 3234
1947
S2 - 22/17
Post Office, increase in postage rates
1947
S2 - 22/18
Interstate Commerce, National Science Foundation, H.R. 4102; S. 526
1947
S2 - 22/19
Nurse draft
1945
S2 - 22/20
Construction of public buildings
S2 - 22/21
Post Office and Civil Service, retirement and postal pay increase
1948
S2 - 22/22
Enemy Property Commission, H.R. 873; H.R. 1823
1947
S2 - 22/23
Executive Depts., creation of Department of Health, Education and Public Welfare
1947
S2 - 22/24
Amend. to Natural Gas Act, H.R. 4051
1947
S2 - 23/1
Education, grants to educational institutions for permanent construction of facilities, H.R. 2845; S. 971
1947
S2 - 23/2
Banking and Currency, sugar control
1947
S2 - 23/3
Banking and Currency, Small Business Committee
1947
S2 - 23/4
Public Works, water pollution
1947
S2 - 23/5
Steel
1947
S2 - 23/6
District of Columbia, vivisection of dogs
1947
S2 - 23/7
Education and Labor, library demonstration service, S. 48
1947-1948
S2 - 23/8
Banking and Currency, prices
1947-1948
S2 - 23/9
Public Lands, patent in fee to B.M. Phelps, H.R. 1727; S. 486
1947-1948
S2 - 23/10
Public Lands, abolish Jackson Hole National Monument, H.R. 1330
1947-1948
S2 - 23/11
Public Works, transfer of power from Bur. of Reclamation to War Department, H.R. 3036
1947-1948
S2 - 23/12
Un-American activities, outlawing communism
1947-1948
S2 - 23/13
Un-American activities, Exec. Order 9835
1947-1948
S2 - 23/14
Banking and Currency, gold
1947-1948
S2 - 23/15
Banking and Currency, banks, S. 829
1947-1948
S2 - 23/16
Labor, Taft-Hartley Bill, P.L. 101
1947
S2 - 23/17
Labor, Taft-Hartley Bill, P.L. 101
1947
S2 - 23/18
Labor, Taft-Hartley Bill, P.L. 101
1947
S2 - 23/19
Labor, veto of Taft-Hartley
1947
S2 - 24/1
Labor, veto of Taft-Hartley
1947
S2 - 24/2
Labor, veto of Taft-Hartley
1947
S2 - 24/3
Farm program, (Brannan Plan)
1948-1949
S2 - 24/4
Farm program, (Brannan Plan)
1948-1949
S2 - 24/5
Interior appropriation
1948-1950
S2 - 24/6
Military training
1948-1950
S2 - 24/7
Military training
1948-1950
S2 - 24/8
Military training
1948-1950
S2 - 25/1
Repeal of Taft-Hartley
1948-1949
S2 - 25/2
Repeal of Taft-Hartley
1948-1949
S2 - 25/3
Repeal of Taft-Hartley
1948-1949
S2 - 25/4
Repeal of Taft-Hartley
1948-1949
S2 - 25/5
Establishment of Civil Defense Organizations
1950-1951
S2 - 25/6
Post Office and Civil Service Comm.
1947-1948
S2 - 25/7
Banking and Currency, RFC extension, H.R. 5974; S. 1543; P.L. 132
1947-1948
S2 - 25/8
Post Office, reduce duty on parcels to Germany and Austria, S. 1813
1948
S2 - 25/9
Civil Service, increase in per diem for Federal employees, H.R. 1704
1948
S2 - 25/10
Universal military training, veterans housing, communism
1948
S2 - 26/1
Universal military training, veterans housing, communism
1948
S2 - 26/2
Housing
1946-1948
S2 - 26/3
Housing
1946-1948
S2 - 26/4
Housing
1946-1948
S2 - 26/5
Federal aid to education
1947-1948
S2 - 26/6
Federal aid to education
1947-1948
S2 - 26/7
Armed Forces, former prisoners of war
1947-1948
S2 - 26/8
Interstate commerce, Miscellaneous
1947-1948
S2 - 26/9
Armed force retirement, H.R. 2744; P.L. 810
1947-1948
S2 - 27/1
Civil Service, Rural Carriers, S. 263; P.L. 669
1947-1948
S2 - 27/2
Banking and Currency, Bureau of Federal Credit Unions, S. 2225
1948
S2 - 27/3
Public Lands, T. Roosevelt Park, H.R. 5587
1948
S2 - 27/4
Public Lands, Russell Bill, premium price
1948
S2 - 27/5
District of Columbia, optometry, H.R. 6087
1948
S2 - 27/6
Expenditures of Government Reorganization plan 1 of 1948
1948
S2 - 27/7
President's Bill of Rights (Negro issue)
1948
S2 - 27/8
Repeal of Taft-Hartley, S. 1628
1948
S2 - 27/9
Labor, overtime pay, H.R. 4387
1948
S2 - 27/10
Labor, Miscellaneous
1948
S2 - 27/11
Post Office, parcel post, H.R. 6773; P.L. 819
1948
S2 - 27/12
Banking and Currency, grain
1948
S2 - 27/13
Banking and Currency, rent control
1948
S2 - 27/14
Banking and Currency, rationing
1948
S2 - 27/15
Amend. Railroad Retirement Act, P.L. 744
1948
S2 - 27/16
Amend. Railroad Retirement Act, P.L. 744
1948
S2 - 27/17
Amend. Railroad Retirement Act, P.L. 744
1948
S2 - 27/18
Armed Forces, military training
1948
S2 - 28/1
Armed Forces, military training
1948
S2 - 28/2
Armed Forces, military training
1948
S2 - 28/3
Armed Forces, military training
1948
S2 - 28/4
Dies Committee (Un-American activities)
1943-1948
S2 - 28/5
Dies Committee (Un-American activities)
1943-1948
S2 - 28/6
Mundt subversive bill, H.R. 5852
1948
S2 - 28/7
Public Lands, suspension of mining claims, H.R. 1591 and 1432
1948
S2 - 29/1
Armed Forces, Miscellaneous
1948
S2 - 29/2
Armed Forces, Civil Aero Patrol, P.L. 557
1948
S2 - 29/3
Armed Forces, W.A.C., S. 1641
1948
S2 - 29/4
Interstate Commerce, radio, S. 2231
1948
S2 - 29/5
Amend. to Constitution, change Electoral College
1948
S2 - 29/6
Ways and Means, excise tax
1947-1948
S2 - 29/7
Ways and Means, cigarette tax, H.R. 5645
1948
S2 - 29/8
Ways and Means, tariff on copper
1947
S2 - 29/9
Taxation
1947-1948
S2 - 29/10
Poll tax
1948
S2 - 29/11
Tax on organs, H.R. 4259
1947-1948
S2 - 29/12
Ways and Means, repeal of transportation tax
1948
S2 - 29/13
Ways and Means, unemployment tax, H.R. 4800 and 5736
1948
S2 - 29/14
Taxation, exemption of small business
1948
S2 - 29/15
Tariffs
1947
S2 - 29/16
Ways and Means, registration of firearms, H.R. 1061; S. 332
1946-1947
S2 - 29/17
Reciprocal trade agreements, H.R. 6556
1947-1948
S2 - 30/1
Ways and Means, Social Security
1947-1948
S2 - 30/2
Ways and Means, medical bills
1948
S2 - 30/3
Tax on angora wool
1947
S2 - 30/4
Ways and Means, exemption of tax on teachers' retirement
1948
S2 - 30/5
Ways and Means, Townsend Plan
1947-1948
S2 - 30/6
Veterans Affairs, widows' pension, H.R. 451
1947
S2 - 30/7
Veterans Affairs, education benefits for orphans of veterans
1948
S2 - 30/8
Veterans Affairs, added compensation for disabled vets, H.R. 4488
1948
S2 - 30/9
Veterans, Vets Homestead Act, H.R. 4488
1948
S2 - 30/10
Veterans, flight training under G.I. Bill
1948
S2 - 30/11
Veterans, pensions, loans, etc.
1947-1948
S2 - 30/12
Veterans, views of American Legion on H.R. 28, 48 and 664; S. 47
1947
S2 - 30/13
Veterans, bonus, H.R. 4927
1948
S2 - 30/14
Veterans, widows' pensions
1948
S2 - 30/15
Veterans, soldiers' home, H.R. 1562
1947
S2 - 30/16
Veterans, insurance
1947-1948
S2 - 30/17
Veterans, amend. P.L. 663
1947
S2 - 30/18
Veterans, pensions for Spanish-American War vets
1947
S2 - 30/19
Civil Service, postal pay raise
1948
S2 - 31/1
Civil Service, postal pay raise
1948
S2 - 31/2
Civil Service, postal pay raise
1948
S2 - 31/3
Civil Service, postal pay raise
1948
S2 - 31/4
Civil Service, retirement, P.L. 426
1947-1948
S2 - 31/5
Civil Service, retirement, P.L. 426
1947-1948
S2 - 31/6
Civil Service, retirement, P.L. 426
1947-1948
S2 - 31/7
Civil Service, retirement, P.L. 426
1947-1948
S2 - 32/1
Public Lands, premium price for copper, lead, zinc
S2 - 32/2
Interstate Commerce, Public Health Service Act, H.R. 4816
1948
S2 - 32/3
Public Lands, Alaska statehood
1945-1947
S2 - 32/4
Public Lands, Indian affairs
1947-1948
S2 - 32/5
Public Lands, conservation of wildlife reserves
1947-1948
S2 - 32/6
Public Lands, distribution to states of grazing and sub-marginal land
1948
S2 - 32/7
Interstate Commerce, Bulwinkle Bills, frt. rates, anti-trust laws
1947-1948
S2 - 32/8
Merchant Marine Fisheries, Panama Canal annuity, H.R. 2273
1947
S2 - 32/9
Merchant Marines
1948
S2 - 32/10
Judiciary, mining contract settlement act of 1944, H.R. 4928
1948
S2 - 32/11
Judiciary, railroad reorganization, H.R. 3980
1947
S2 - 32/12
Judiciary, Administrative Practitioners Act, H.R. 2657
S2 - 32/13
Judiciary, Kefauver Bill, Federal Trade Commission, H.R. 515
S2 - 32/14
Judiciary, border patrols' office
1947-1948
S2 - 32/15
Judiciary, citizenship for Indians
S2 - 32/16
Judiciary, amend Constitution, re: Presidential terms
1947
S2 - 32/17
Judiciary, anti-poll tax
S2 - 32/18
Judiciary, immigration
1947
S2 - 32/19
Judiciary, Good Friday holiday, H.R. 1981
1947
S2 - 32/20
Judiciary, reimburse persons on loss, re: minerals, H.R. 1285
1948
S2 - 32/21
Judiciary, Miscellaneous
1948
S2 - 32/22
Public Lands, distribution of public lands to states
1947-1948
S2 - 32/23
Public Lands, Miscellaneous
1948
S2 - 32/24
Jennings Bill, Employees Liability Act, H.R. 1639
1948
S2 - 32/25
Public Lands, amend Reclamation Act
1947-1948
S2 - 32/26
Public Lands, amend Mineral Leasing Act, S. 806
1947
S2 - 32/27
Interstate Commerce, amend Federal Power Act
1947-1948
S2 - 33/1
Interstate Commerce, amend Federal Power Act
1947-1948
S2 - 33/2
Interstate Commerce, amend Federal Power Act
1947-1948
S2 - 33/3
Supreme Court decision on McCollum Case, religion in schools
1948
S2 - 33/4
Investigating Committees, case of General Meyers
1947-1948
S2 - 33/5
Protection of natural resources
S2 - 33/6
Postmaster General position
1947
S2 - 33/7
D'Ewart's Bill, amend Enabling Act of Montana, H.R. 4167
1948
S2 - 33/8
Senator Ecton's bill
S2 - 33/9
Questions of the Day
1947-1948
S2 - 33/10
Questions of the Day
1947-1948
S2 - 33/11
Questions of the Day
1947-1948
S2 - 34/1
Ways and Means, income tax reduction
1948
S2 - 34/2
Ways and Means, income tax reduction
1947
S2 - 34/3
Ways and Means, oleomargarine tax removal
1948
S2 - 34/4
Ways and Means, oleomargarine tax removal
1948
S2 - 34/5
Public Lands, divide Montana into two migratory zones
1946- 1948
S2 - 34/6
Liquor and ads, H.R. 2082; S. 206
1944
S2 - 34/7
Liquor and ads
1946
S2 - 34/8
Liquor and ads, S. 265
1948
S2 - 35/1
Miscellaneous
1947-1948
S2 - 35/2
Miscellaneous
1948
S2 - 35/3
Interstate Commerce, aviation
1945-1946
S2 - 35/4
Interstate Commerce, aviation
1945-1946
S2 - 35/5
Interstate Commerce, aviation
1947
S2 - 35/6
Interstate Commerce, aviation
1947
S2 - 35/7
Women's rights
1944-1948
S2 - 35/8
Armed Forces, unification of forces, P.L. 253
1947
S2 - 35/9
Armed Forces, transfer of Remount Service to Department of Agriculture, H.R. 3484; P.L. 494
1947
S2 - 35/10
Agriculture, sugar, H.R. 4075; P.L. 388
1947
S2 - 36/1
Agriculture, wool, S. 814 and 1498; P.L. 360
1947
S2 - 36/2
Agriculture, marketing agreements, H.R. 452; P.L. 305
1947
S2 - 36/3
Agriculture, Miscellaneous
1947-1948
S2 - 36/4
Agriculture, farm labor, P.L. 893
1947
S2 - 36/5
Agriculture, amend Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act, H.R. 6114 and 1692; P.L. 720
1947
S2 - 36/6
Agriculture, wheat bonus payment, S. 669
1947
S2 - 36/7
Agriculture, meat inspection, P.L. 610
1948
S2 - 36/8
Agriculture, establish Agricultural Credit Agency, H.R. 1677
1947
S2 - 36/9
Agriculture, soil conservation, H.R. 6054
1948
S2 - 36/10
Curtailment of government expenditures
1947-1948
S2 - 36/11
Appropriations, vocational rehabilitation
1948
S2 - 36/12
Appropriations, E.C.A.
1948
S2 - 36/13
Appropriations, soil conservation
1947
S2 - 36/14
Appropriations, Labor Department, veterans employment service
1947
S2 - 36/15
Appropriations, Forest Service
1947-1948
S2 - 36/16
Appropriations, War Department
1947
S2 - 36/17
Appropriations, National Mental Health Act; Federal Security Agency
1947
S2 - 36/18
Appropriations, Library of Congress, books for blind
1947
S2 - 36/19
Appropriations, hoof and mouth disease
1947-1948
S2 - 36/20
Appropriations, Weather Bureau
1947
S2 - 36/21
Appropriations, U.S. Customs, Border Patrol
1947
S2 - 37/1
Appropriations, veterinary
1947
S2 - 37/2
Appropriations, flood control
1947
S2 - 37/3
Appropriations, C.A.A., airport traffic control towers, airport programs
1947
S2 - 37/4
Appropriations, Post Office Department
1947
S2 - 37/5
Appropriations, Interior Department
1948
S2 - 37/6
Appropriations, Indian office
1948
S2 - 37/7
Appropriations, Interior, National Park Service road project
1947-1948
S2 - 37/8
Appropriations, Interior, rodent and predatory control
1947-1948
S2 - 37/9
Appropriations, school lunch program
1947
S2 - 37/10
Appropriations, Department of Agriculture
1947-1948
S2 - 37/11
Appropriations, farm market roads
1947
S2 - 37/12
Appropriations, Agriculture Experiment Stations
1947-1948
S2 - 37/13
Appropriations, TB hospital for Montana Indians
S2 - 37/14
Appropriations, R.E.A.
1947-1948
S2 - 37/15
Appropriations, agriculture education
1947
S2 - 37/16
Appropriations, barberry eradication
1947
S2 - 37/17
Appropriations, Department of Commerce
1947
S2 - 37/18
Appropriations, U.S. Highway 89 and 191, Yellowstone Park
1948
S2 - 37/19
Appropriations, Sitka sanitarium in Alaska
1948
S2 - 37/20
Agriculture, protection of forests against disease, H.R. 1974; S. 597; P.L. 110
1947
S2 - 37/21
Armed Forces, continuation of Selective Service, P.L.26
1947
S2 - 37/22
Armed Forces, terminal leave, H.R. 264; P.L. 254
1946-1947
S2 - 37/23
Armed Forces, terminal leave, H.R. 264; P.L. 254
1946-1947
S2 - 38/1
President's program, UMT, SSS, ERP
March 17, 1948
S2 - 38/2
President's program, UMT, SSS, ERP
March 17, 1948
S2 - 38/3
President's program, UMT, SSS, ERP
March 17, 1948
S2 - 38/4
President's program, UMT, SSS, ERP
March 17, 1948
S2 - 38/5
Military training, P.L. 759
1948
S2 - 38/6
Military training, P.L. 759
1948
S2 - 38/7
Military training, P.L. 759
1948
S2 - 39/1
Military training, P.L. 759
1948
S2 - 39/2
Military training, P.L. 759
1948
Subseries 4: 81st Congress
Box/Folder
S2 - 39/3
Armed Services
1949
S2 - 39/4
Agriculture, S. 900, Commodity Credit
1949
S2 - 39/5
Appropriations, Remount Service
1949
S2 - 39/6
Appropriations, Unemployment compensation
1949
S2 - 39/7
Agriculture, Soil Conservation
1949
S2 - 39/8
Transfer of Huntley Field Station from Federal to state ownership
1949
S2 - 39/9
Agriculture, H.R. 2296 and 2001, Forest survey program
1949
S2 - 39/10
Reestablishment of Federal Home Loan Banks
1949
S2 - 39/11
Agriculture, subsidy, angora wool raisers
1949
S2 - 39/12
Agriculture, S, 2409; H.R. 2419, forest receipts
S2 - 39/13
National Science Foundation
1949
S2 - 39/14
Central Intelligence Agency
1949
S2 - 39/15
G.I. flight training program, H.R. 2862, Evans bill
1949
S2 - 39/16
Armed Forces Unification bill
1949
S2 - 39/17
Armed Forces, pay increase
1949
S2 - 39/18
Armed Forces, construction of armories for ROTC
1949
S2 - 39/19
Agriculture, sugar parity
1949
S2 - 39/20
Rural telephones, transmission lines, Havre-Shelby line, parities
1949
S2 - 39/21
Agriculture, appropriations
1949
S2 - 40/1
Rifle practice appropriation
1949
S2 - 40/2
Judiciary, H.R. 3113, tax court
1949
S2 - 40/3
Judiciary, H.R. 3766, picketing judges
1949
S2 - 40/4
Anti-trust laws
1949
S2 - 40/5
Interstate transportation of bulls, S. 1821; H.R. 2779
1949
S2 - 40/6
Railroad retirement
1949-1950
S2 - 40/7
Appropriations, Miscellaneous
1949-1950
S2 - 40/8
Appropriations, Forest Service
1949-1950
S2 - 40/9
Price support for honey
1949-1950
S2 - 40/10
Armed Forces
1949-1950
S2 - 40/11
Divorce Farm Bureau and Extension Service, S. 1083
1949-1950
S2 - 40/12
Agriculture
1949-1950
S2 - 40/13
Appropriations, hospital program
1949-1950
S2 - 40/14
Congress: Appropriations, R.E.A.
1949-1950
S2 - 40/15
Agriculture, Forest Service, recreational areas, free admission
1949-1950
S2 - 40/16
Agriculture, potato parity
S2 - 41/1
Rural telephones, H.R. 2960, Poage bill
1949-1950
S2 - 41/2
Natural Gas Act
1949-1950
S2 - 41/3
Excise tax repeal
1949-1950
S2 - 41/4
Excise tax repeal
1949-1950
S2 - 41/5
Excise tax repeal
1949-1950
S2 - 41/6
Liquor ads
1950
S2 - 41/7
Liquor ads
1949
S2 - 41/8
Federal aid to education
1949
S2 - 42/1
Federal aid to education
1949
S2 - 42/2
Federal aid to education
1949-1950
S2 - 42/3
Federal aid to education
1949-1950
S2 - 42/4
Federal aid to education
1949-1950
S2 - 42/5
Federal aid to education
1949-1950
S2 - 42/6
Farm program (Brannan Plan)
1949-1950
S2 - 42/7
Farm program (Brannan Plan)
1949-1950
S2 - 42/8
Minimum wage, H.R. 4552
1949
S2 - 43/1
Minimum wage, H.R. 4552
1949
S2 - 43/2
Minimum wage, H.R. 4552
1949
S2 - 43/3
Minimum wage, H.R. 4552
1949
S2 - 43/4
Interstate commerce, H.R. 5237, motor carriers to Alaska
1950
S2 - 43/5
Budget
1950
S2 - 43/6
Armed Forces, allotments for service families
1950
S2 - 43/7
Armed Forces, investigation requested on stockpiling
1950
S2 - 43/8
Armed Forces, doctors' deferment
1950
S2 - 43/9
Disarmament, S.Res. 236
1950
S2 - 43/10
Military construction, S. 2440; H.R. 4766
1950
S2 - 43/11
Armed Forces, hydrogen bomb
1950
S2 - 43/12
R.E.A., H.R. 6782
1950
S2 - 43/13
Agriculture, Forest Service, H.R. 5829
1950
S2 - 43/14
Wool
1950
S2 - 43/15
Interstate commerce, H.R. 378, railroad safety measure
1950
S2 - 43/16
Interstate commerce, Miscellaneous
1950
S2 - 43/17
Radio, S. 1973
1950
S2 - 43/18
Interstate commerce, H.R. 5967, freight motor carriers
1950
S2 - 43/19
Atomic energy
1950
S2 - 43/20
Reestablishment of C.C.C.
1950
S2 - 44/1
Armed Forces, Marine Corps
1950
S2 - 44/2
Appropriations, spruce budworm epidemic in Montana
1950
S2 - 44/3
Appropriations, National Guard armory
1950
S2 - 44/4
Appropriations, National Rifle Assoc.
1950
S2 - 44/5
Committee on Expenditures, H.R. 5182, United Medical and Hospital Administration Act
1950
S2 - 44/6
Expenditures, H.R. 522; H.Res. 516, reorganization plan 6 and 12
1950
S2 - 44/7
Reorganization plan 27, H.R. 647
1950
S2 - 44/8
Judiciary, H.R. 5811, amending F.D.I.C.
1950
S2 - 44/9
Judiciary, H.R. 6486, re: Dr. F.D. McDade
1950
S2 - 44/10
Judiciary, immigration
1950
S2 - 44/11
Judiciary, H.R. 8201, Administrative Practitioners Act
1950
S2 - 44/12
Judiciary, H.R. 9302, Arthur D. Janes
1950
S2 - 44/13
Alcohol and draft
1950
S2 - 44/14
Banking and Currency, H.R. 9176, price control on foods, etc.
1950
S2 - 44/15
Housing cooperative, S. 2246; H.R. 6070, 6618, 6742 and 7402
1950
S2 - 44/16
Housing cooperative
1950
S2 - 44/17
Housing cooperative
1950
S2 - 44/18
Banking and Currency, H.R. 9176, Title 4 Housing Act
1950
S2 - 45/1
Housing
1949
S2 - 45/2
Housing
1949
S2 - 45/3
Housing, Title 1, S.J. R. 109
1949-1950
S2 - 45/4
Banking and Currency, H.R. 6567. Commodity Credit Corp.
1950
S2 - 45/5
Banking and Currency, Gold
1949
S2 - 45/6
Banking and Currency, anti-inflation (O'Mahoney)
S2 - 45/7
Banking and Currency, H.R. 2682, grain bins under Commodity Credit
1949
S2 - 45/8
Banking and Currency, Miscellaneous
1949-1950
S2 - 45/9
Banking and Currency, re: assessment rates
1949
S2 - 45/10
Rent control, P.L. 31
1949-1950
S2 - 45/11
Banking and Currency, rent control
1950
S2 - 45/12
Banking and Currency, loans to small business
1950
S2 - 45/13
Air mail subsidy separation, H.R. 9184
1950
S2 - 46/1
Postal workers pay increase
1951
S2 - 46/2
Civil Service, H.R. 5181, Federal personnel policy of 1949
1949
S2 - 46/3
Civil Service, S. 3993, deputy marshals appointment
1950
S2 - 46/4
Civil Service, S. 2351, dual compensation, National Guard
1950
S2 - 46/5
Civil Service, H.R. 87, credit to veterans while in service
1950
S2 - 46/6
Civil Service, H.R. 87, credit to veterans while in service
1950
S2 - 46/7
Post Office, S. 3560, rescind Postmaster order on curtailment of postal service
1950
S2 - 46/8
Post Office, S. 3560
S2 - 46/9
Civil Service, H.R. 87, veto
1950
S2 - 46/10
Civil Service Retirement, H.R. 4295
1950
S2 - 46/11
Civil Service Retirement
1950
S2 - 46/12
Per diem allowance for Federal employees, H.R. 3005
1949
S2 - 47/1
Civil Service, S. 3751, down-grading VA registration officers
1950
S2 - 47/2
Civil Service, H.R. 2446, Civil Service and Veterans
1950
S2 - 47/3
Civil Service, sick and annual leave
1950
S2 - 47/4
Civil Service, Miscellaneous
1950
S2 - 47/5
Post Office, Postmaster pay increase
1949-1950
S2 - 47/6
Postal rates
1949-1950
S2 - 47/7
Postal rates
1949-1950
S2 - 47/8
Postal rates
1949-1950
S2 - 47/9
Postal rates
1949-1950
S2 - 47/10
Postal bills
1949-1950
S2 - 48/1
Postal bills
1949-1950
S2 - 48/2
Postal bills
1949
S2 - 48/3
Postal bills
1949
S2 - 48/4
Postal bills
1949
S2 - 48/5
Postal bills
1949
S2 - 48/6
Postal bills
1949
S2 - 48/7
Employment Service under Labor, H.R. 4326
1950
S2 - 48/8
Labor
1949
S2 - 48/9
F.E.P.C.
1950
S2 - 48/10
Labor, conciliation service
1949
S2 - 48/11
Employment Act
1949
S2 - 48/12
Labor, Hawaii strike situation
1949
S2 - 48/13
Recreation bill, H.R. 2408
1949
S2 - 49/1
Transfer of vo-rehab. office
1949-1950
S2 - 49/2
Labor extension service, H.R. 1380
1950
S2 - 49/3
Educational and Labor, H.R. 4939, teachers' wages
1950
S2 - 49/4
Education of physically handicapped children, S. 3102; H.R. 7396
1950
S2 - 49/5
Library service
1950
S2 - 49/6
Education, H.R. 7940, expenses for school districts where Federal projects are located
1950
S2 - 49/7
Education, H.R. 1551, school building program
1950
S2 - 49/8
Education, H.R. 7940, financial assistance to states
1950
S2 - 49/9
Vivisection and Miscellaneous
1950
S2 - 49/10
D.C. Committee, District of Columbia vote
1949-1950
S2 - 49/11
D.C. Committee, Miscellaneous
1950
S2 - 49/12
National Capital Sesquicentennial
1950
S2 - 49/13
Mining subsidy, S. 2105
1950
S2 - 49/14
Public Lands, H.R. 4509, timber cutting on Flathead
1950
S2 - 49/15
Indians, abolishment of area office at St. Ignatius
1950
S2 - 49/16
Public Lands, Indians rehabilitation omnibus bill
1950
S2 - 49/17
Indian Affairs, S. 2726, re: Indian Bureau
1950
S2 - 49/18
Indians, S. 1690, Murray's bill, rehab. of Chippewa Cree tribe
1950
S2 - 49/19
Public Lands, inventory and appropriation
1950
S2 - 49/20
Indian
1949-1950
S2 - 49/21
Mine inspection, H.J.Res. 165
1949
S2 - 49/22
Merchant Marine and Fisheries, H.R. 6533, fish restoration, etc.
1950
S2 - 49/23
Merchant Marine Bill of Rights
1949-1950
S2 - 49/24
Merchant Marine and Fisheries, H.R. 8513, National Conservancy of the U.S.
1950
S2 - 49/25
Public Lands, tidelands bill
S2 - 49/26
Mining assessment work, S. 3639
1950
S2 - 49/27
Mining assessment work, S. 3639
1950
S2 - 49/28
Gold
1950
S2 - 49/29
Create Federal Department of Recreation
1949
S2 - 49/30
Public Lands, H.R. 7351, amend Reclamation Act
1950
S2 - 49/31
Public Lands, S. 75; H.R. 934, Arizona project
1949-1950
S2 - 49/32
Junior Fair Grounds, Ronan, H.R. 1892, D'Ewart's bill
1949-1950
Subseries 4: 81st Congress
Box/Folder
S2 - 50/1
Forest Service bill
1949
S2 - 50/2
Public Lands, S. 1075; H.R. 1746
1949-1950
S2 - 50/3
Public Lands, H.R. 1265, Mineral Leasing Act
1949
S2 - 50/4
Public Lands, H.R. 1356, 3357, 3359 and 4194, lieu of taxes
1949-1950
S2 - 50/5
Miles City, industrial site, H.R. 3589, D'Ewart's bill
1949-1950
S2 - 50/6
Sale of sub-marginal lands within Indian Reservation, H.R. 3275, D'Ewart's bill
1949
S2 - 50/7
Public Lands, duck stamp bill, aid to fisheries
1949
S2 - 50/8
National Park concessions
1949
S2 - 50/9
Acquisition of public lands, H.R. 2821
1950
S2 - 50/10
Oil
1950
S2 - 50/11
Public works, Federal highway aid program, H.R. 7941
1950
S2 - 50/12
Public Works, advance planning program
1949
S2 - 50/13
Rural roads
1949
S2 - 50/14
Public building program
1949
S2 - 50/15
Rules Committee
1950
S2 - 50/16
Un-American Activities Committee
1949-1950
S2 - 50/17
Un-American Activities Committee
1949-1950
S2 - 50/18
Un-American Activities Committee
1949-1950
S2 - 51/1
Un-American Activities Committee, Stockholm peace petition
1950
S2 - 51/2
Veterans, H.R. 6217, Spanish war vets hospitalization
1950
S2 - 51/3
Veterans, Philippines
1950
S2 - 51/4
Veterans, H.R. 7057, land grant colleges
1950
S2 - 51/5
Veterans, H.R. 7235, cutoff date of training under G.I. Bill
1950
S2 - 51/6
Veterans, S. 2596, education of vets
1950
S2 - 51/7
Armed Services personnel, H.R. 6953, replacing civilians
1950
S2 - 51/8
Veterans, S. 1972, extending servicemen's readjustment act
1949
S2 - 51/9
Veterans insurance
1949-1950
S2 - 51/10
Vets housing, H.R. 777
1949-1950
S2 - 51/11
Veterans, Miscellaneous, H.R. 1435
1949-1950
S2 - 51/12
Veterans, pension bills
1949
S2 - 51/13
Veterans, pension bills
1949
S2 - 51/14
Veterans, pension bills
1949
S2 - 51/15
Veterans, pension bills
1949-1950
S2 - 52/1
National health program
1949
S2 - 52/2
National health program
1949
S2 - 52/3
National health program
1949-1950
S2 - 52/4
National health program
1949-1950
S2 - 52/5
Mining contract, H.R. 834
1949
S2 - 52/6
Questions of the day
1949
S2 - 52/7
Questions of the day
1949
S2 - 53/1
Questions of the day
1949-1950
S2 - 53/2
Questions of the day
1949-1950
S2 - 53/3
Extension of Social Security
1949-1950
S2 - 53/4
Extension of Social Security
1949-1950
S2 - 53/5
Extension of Social Security
1949-1950
S2 - 53/6
Extension of Social Security
1949-1955
S2 - 54/1
Questions of the day
1950
S2 - 54/2
Questions of the day
1950
S2 - 54/3
Income taxes
1949-1950
S2 - 54/4
Hoover Report
1949-1950
S2 - 54/5
Hoover Report
1949-1950
S2 - 54/6
Hoover Report
1950
S2 - 54/7
Hoover Report, veterans
1949-1950
S2 - 55/1
Hoover Report, veterans
1949-1950
S2 - 55/2
Hoover Report, petitions
1949-1950
S2 - 55/3
Hoover Report, petitions
1949-1950
S2 - 55/4
Hoover Report, H.R. 5775, Post Office Department
1950
S2 - 55/5
Hoover Report, H.R. 5775, Post Office Department
1950
S2 - 55/6
Ways and Means, taxation of coops and non-exempt organizations
1949-1950
S2 - 55/7
Small Business Committee
1949-1950
S2 - 56/1
Small Business Committee
1949-1950
S2 - 56/2
Oleomargarine
1949-1950
S2 - 56/3
Ways and Means, H.R. 2537, limestone depletion
1950
S2 - 56/4
Health units, H.R. 5865
1950
S2 - 56/5
Statehood for Alaska, District of Columbia vote; electoral college
1950
S2 - 56/6
H.R. 9276, re: priorities, allocations
1950
S2 - 56/7
Investigation of prices on gas, oil, etc.
1950
S2 - 56/8
Small Business, hearings, fur industry-Denver
May 27, 1950
S2 - 56/9
Small Business, S. 1088; H.R. 2222, basing point
1950
S2 - 56/10
Civil Rights
1950
S2 - 56/11
Rights for women, H.J.Res. 68
1950
S2 - 56/12
Investigations, new and used cars
1948
S2 - 56/13
Appointment of Mon Wallgren
1949
S2 - 56/14
Federal Youth Admin., H.R. 1760, Javits
1949
S2 - 56/15
Good Friday holiday
1949
S2 - 56/16
Havenner's bill, H.R. 1044, relief of Glen G. Wetzel
1949
S2 - 56/17
Sex crimes
1949
S2 - 56/18
Select Committee of Lobbying Activities
1950
S2 - 56/19
Ways and Means, H.R. 2976, tax exempt organizations
1949-1950
S2 - 57/1
Ways and Means, H.R. 2976, tax exempt organizations
1949-1950
S2 - 57/2
Increase of taxes
1950
S2 - 57/3
Appointment of 16 man Social Security Commission
1950
S2 - 57/4
Tax bill of 1950
S2 - 57/5
Tax bill of 1950, capital gains, re: cattle
S2 - 57/6
Ways and Means, deduction for child care, H.R. 7659
1950
S2 - 57/7
Tax on minerals
1950
S2 - 57/8
Ways and Means, tax bill re: double taxation
1950
S2 - 57/9
Excise tax repeal, H.R. 7569, pistols
1950
S2 - 57/10
Import tax on furs
1949-1950
S2 - 57/11
Ways and Means, oil depletion law changes, H.Res. 50
1950
S2 - 57/12
Ways and Means, tax on beer
1950
S2 - 57/13
Ways and Means, cooperative tax loophole
1950
S2 - 57/14
Ways and Means, tax on importation of lead
1950
S2 - 57/15
Ways and Means, S. 1453, health bill, nursing, etc.
1950
S2 - 57/16
Excise taxes on cabarets, liquor, wine, etc.
1950
S2 - 57/17
District of Columbia sales tax
1949
S2 - 57/18
Excess profits tax
S2 - 57/19
Excise repeal, H.R. 2657
1949
S2 - 58/1
Excise repeal, H.R. 2657
1949
S2 - 58/2
Amend Railroad Labor Act, H.R. 7789
1950-1951
S2 - 58/3
Amend Railroad Labor Act, H.R. 7789
1950-1951
S2 - 58/4
Amend Railroad Labor Act, H.R. 7789
1950
Subseries 5: 82nd Congress
Box/Folder
S2 - 58/5
Appropriations bill
1951
S2 - 58/6
Parity for farm products
1951-1952
S2 - 59/1
Agriculture, Tackett bill, H.R. 565 and 7000
1952
S2 - 59/2
Reorganization of Department of Agriculture, S. 1149
1952
S2 - 59/3
Agriculture, Miscellaneous
1951-1952
S2 - 59/4
Farm labor
1951
S2 - 59/5
Farm equipment, H.R. 3803
1951
S2 - 59/6
Sugar Act
1951
S2 - 59/7
Proposal on grazing permits of the Forest Service
1951
S2 - 59/8
R.E.A.
1951
S2 - 59/9
Brannan Plan
1951
S2 - 59/10
Agriculture, soil conservation
1952
S2 - 59/11
Agriculture, S. 2866, forest protection
1952
S2 - 59/12
Wool
1952
S2 - 59/13
Budget
1951
S2 - 59/14
Appropriations for Federal Civil Defense Admin. and for Montana
1951
S2 - 59/15
Defense, appropriations, re: limitations on ROTC enlistments
1951
S2 - 59/16
Federal security appropriations bill, H.R. 3709, funds for distributive education
1951
S2 - 59/17
Appropriations, Miscellaneous
1951
S2 - 59/18
Appropriations, Vet. Admin.
1952
S2 - 59/19
Appropriations
1952
S2 - 59/20
Appropriations
1952
S2 - 60/1
Whitten, Rider and Douglas, re: leave of absence and pay increase for Federal workers
1951-1952
S2 - 60/2
Appropriations, S. 1041; H.R. 1933, for control of noxious weeds
1951-1952
S2 - 60/3
Appropriations, H.R. 5054, defense
1952
S2 - 60/4
Appropriations, funds for vocational program
1952
S2 - 60/5
Reduction of budget, etc.
1952
S2 - 60/6
Appropriations, agriculture farm program
1952
S2 - 60/7
Appropriations, Interior, Indian road program
1952
S2 - 60/8
Appropriations, Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship
1952
S2 - 60/9
Armed Services Committee, universal military training
1951-1952
S2 - 60/10
New universal military training bill
1952
S2 - 60/11
Commission male physical therapists, H.R. 911
1951
S2 - 60/12
Re-enlistment bonus for Air Force
1951
S2 - 60/13
Civilian airmen training, S. 434; H.R. 1521
1951
S2 - 60/14
Civil Air Patrol bill, H.R. 4576
1951
S2 - 60/15
National Guard bill, H.R. 167
1951
S2 - 60/16
Mineral stockpiling
1950-1951
S2 - 61/1
Retirement pay for servicemen
1951
S2 - 61/2
Liquor, re: servicemen
1951-1952
S2 - 61/3
Establishment of Air Force Academy, H.R. 4574
1951
S2 - 61/4
Armed Services, Miscellaneous
1951-1952
S2 - 61/5
Armed Services, aliens serving in Army and overseas, S. 238 and 239
S2 - 61/6
Armed Services, pay increase for officers
1951
S2 - 61/7
Investigation of problems of reserves by Armed Forces
1951
S2 - 61/8
Servicemen's family allowance increase
1951
S2 - 61/9
Universal military training, commissions report on UMT to be voted on in 1952
1952
S2 - 61/10
Draft law, P.L. 51
1951
S2 - 61/11
Draft of 18 year olds, P.L. 51
1951
S2 - 61/12
Draft conscientious objectors, P.L. 51
1951
S2 - 61/13
Draft, reserves, P.L. 51
1951
S2 - 61/14
Universal military training; farm program; St. Lawrence Seaway; Missouri Valley; nomination of President
1952
S2 - 61/15
Tax increases
1951
S2 - 61/16
Tax increases
1951
S2 - 61/17
Tax increases
1952
S2 - 62/1
Tax bill of 1951, excise tax on autos
S2 - 62/2
Tax oil depletion allowance
S2 - 62/3
Income tax exemptions, H.R. 2764
1952
S2 - 62/4
Additional gas tax
1951
S2 - 62/5
Price controls, taxes, credit curtailment, etc.
S2 - 62/6
Suspension of import duty on copper
1951
S2 - 62/7
Importation of raw furs for USSR, H.R. 1612
1951
S2 - 62/8
Ways and Means, H.R. 1005, baler twine
1951
S2 - 62/9
Ways and Means, H.R. 5693, tuna fish importation
1951
S2 - 62/10
Amend Natural Gas Act, H.R. 3941, 3285 and 3903
1951
S2 - 62/11
Amend Food and Drug Act, H.R. 3257, chemicals in food
1952
S2 - 62/12
Amend Food and Drug Act, H.R. 3298, prescriptions
1951
S2 - 62/13
"Millionaire" amendment on tax
1952
S2 - 62/14
Social Security, self-employed
1952
S2 - 62/15
Social Security
1952
S2 - 62/16
Old age pension, H.R. 2620
1952
S2 - 62/17
Liberalizing Social Security, H.R. 681 and 6817
1952
S2 - 62/18
Amend Constitution to nominate President
1952
S2 - 62/19
Armed Services, pay increase
1951-1952
S2 - 62/20
Rearmament, McMahon and Durham proposals
1951
S2 - 62/21
Armed Forces Reserve Act of 1951, H.R. 5426
S2 - 62/22
Armed Services, extension of enlistments
1952
S2 - 62/23
Armed Services, investigation of Great Falls Air Base
1952
S2 - 62/24
Prisoners of War, H.R. 3719
1952
S2 - 62/25
Extension of Defense Production Act, P.L. 86
1950
S2 - 63/1
Extension of Defense Production Act, P.L. 96
1951
S2 - 63/2
Extension of Defense Production Act, P.L. 96
1951
S2 - 63/3
Banking and Currency, H.R. 6504, control and regulation of bank holding companies
1952
S2 - 63/4
Slaughter quotas, price controls
1951-1952
S2 - 63/5
Amend Housing Act, H.R. 1272, add Title 9 to law
1951
S2 - 63/6
Housing bill, H.R. 2988
1951
S2 - 63/7
Public housing, H.R. 3880
1951-1952
S2 - 63/8
Rent control, P.L. 96
1951-1952
S2 - 63/9
Banking and Currency, H.Con.Res. 159, steel allocation for highways
1951
S2 - 63/10
Extension of O.P.S.
1952
S2 - 63/11
Extension of O.P.S.
1952
S2 - 63/12
Extension of O.P.S.
1952
S2 - 64/1
O.P.S., automobiles
1952
S2 - 64/2
Banking and Currency, regulation "W" on automobiles
1952
S2 - 64/3
Banking and Currency, Federal Reserve System
1952
S2 - 64/4
Amend Defense Production Act, Capehart Amendment
1952
S2 - 64/5
Rent control amendment
1952
S2 - 64/6
Banking and Currency, Credit Union Act
1952
S2 - 64/7
Amendments to Veterans Preference Act, H.R. 3700
1952
S2 - 64/8
Travel allowance for postal transportation clerks, S. 2872; H.R. 6249
1952
S2 - 64/9
Obscene literature in mails, H.R. 5850
1952
S2 - 64/10
Postal reorganization, H.R. 554 and 571
1951-1952
S2 - 64/11
Retirement for immigration inspectors, H.R. 557
1951
S2 - 64/12
Placing postal employees under Social Security, H.R. 3114
1951
S2 - 64/13
Star Route carriers being placed under retirement
1951
S2 - 64/14
Parcel post, repeal of law limiting package sizes
1952
S2 - 64/15
Restoration of postal service, H.R. 176, 337
1951
S2 - 64/16
Transfer of Civil Service retirement to Social Security, H.R. 3414
1951
S2 - 64/17
Civil Service, employees overtime
1951
S2 - 64/18
Repeal of 10 cent charge on post cards, H.R. 5900
1951
S2 - 64/19
Civil Service, S. 500, benefits for widows of postal employees who died prior to Feb.
1948
S2 - 64/20
Civil Service, H.R. 6009, lifting ceiling on postmasters salary increase
1952
S2 - 64/21
Postal Service, S. 191, allowance for letter carrier suits
1952
S2 - 64/22
Pay increase for government workers
1951
S2 - 64/23
Postal Service, increase in parcel post rates
1951
S2 - 64/24
Spanish War vets, pension increase, H.R. 308
1951
S2 - 64/25
Spanish War pensions to widows of Spanish vets, H.R. 2419
1951-1952
S2 - 64/26
Veterans' disability compensation
1951
S2 - 64/27
Appropriation for Veterans' Employment Service, H.R. 3709
1951
S2 - 64/28
Veterans insurance, H.R. 4412
1952
S2 - 64/29
Workers of Wake, S. 21 and 1394
1951
S2 - 64/30
Veterans insurance, H.R. 1072
1951
S2 - 64/31
Veterans, reorganization, S. 1151
1952
S2 - 64/32
Veterans, Miscellaneous, S. 1151
1952
S2 - 65/1
Veterans bonus, WW II
1952
S2 - 65/2
Kilday bill, re: vets survivors benefits, H.R. 5594
1952
S2 - 65/3
Outpatient treatment for retired service personnel
1952
S2 - 65/4
School bill, S. 1032
1952
S2 - 65/5
School bill, S. 1032
1952
S2 - 65/6
Senator Ecton's bills, S. 1033, 1034, 1036 and 1641, patents for Indians
1951
S2 - 65/7
Indian bills
1951-1952
S2 - 65/8
Proposal to put Bonneville Power Admin. On self-financing basis
1951
S2 - 65/9
Bartlett's bill on land matter, H.R. 4150
1951
S2 - 65/10
Forest laws, H.R. 565
1951
S2 - 65/11
Tidelands
S2 - 65/12
Proposed bill, sale of Crow lands to Huntley Project
1951
S2 - 65/13
Suspension of mining assessment work
1950-1952
S2 - 65/14
Restoration of mineral rights to those who sold land for grazing
1952
S2 - 65/15
Mining, H.R. 4916 and 7023
1952
S2 - 65/16
Amortization of treatment works, H.R. 2935, 1879 and 2752
1952
S2 - 65/17
Public Lands, Columbia River Compact Commission enabling legislation, D'Ewart and Ecton bill
1952
S2 - 65/18
Repealing Indian liquor laws
1952
S2 - 65/19
Interior, H.R. 6208, reorganization of Land Office
1952
S2 - 65/20
Interior, H.R. 6573, sale of Indian lands for town lots
1951
S2 - 65/21
Postal rates
1951
S2 - 65/22
Interior, H.R. 7084 and 2646, small projects bill
1952
S2 - 65/23
H.R. 3437, priorities on transportation of merchant vessels
1952
S2 - 65/24
S. 3149, payment by government for roads
1952
S2 - 65/25
Public Works, S. 1956; H.R. 7340, Federal Highway Act
1952
S2 - 65/26
Authorization of steam plants in the northwest, use of coal for plants
1951
S2 - 65/27
Public Power, H.R. 3146, 1642 and 5099
1952
S2 - 65/28
Public Works, H.R. 6856, extension of Water Pollution Control Act
1952
S2 - 65/29
Public Works, H.R. 6697, McKellar-Davis bill, Federal funds for relocation of poles incidental to highway improvement
1952
S2 - 65/30
Public Works, H.R. 6839, Post Office purchase
1952
S2 - 65/31
Public Works, S. 2437; H.R. 6094, highways
1952
S2 - 66/1
Rules Committee
1951
S2 - 66/2
McCarran Act, un-American activities
1951
S2 - 66/3
Union shop, railroad
1951
S2 - 66/4
Prohibit construction of dam projects in National Parks, H.R. 5023
1951-1952
S2 - 66/5
Trade Agreement Act
1951
S2 - 66/6
Interstate Commerce, Benton bill, S. 1579, Set Up Advisory Boards on Radio and TV
1952
S2 - 66/7
Interstate Commerce, S. 1899, Transportation
1952
S2 - 66/8
H.R. 6925, Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act
1952
S2 - 66/9
Interstate Commerce, H.R. 2614, Prisoners of War, relief of individuals
1952
S2 - 66/10
Interstate Commerce, S. 2713; H.R. 6802, Freight
1952
S2 - 66/11
Interstate Commerce, exempting agricultural commodities bills
1952
S2 - 66/12
Interstate Commerce, Durham-Humphrey bill, drugs through mail
1952
S2 - 66/13
Amend Civil Service Retirement Act, H.R. 233, 2732 and 2868
1952
S2 - 66/14
Postal pay increase
1951
S2 - 66/15
Veterans pension, H.R. 3193 (Pres. vetoed)
1951
S2 - 66/16
Women's Equal Rights
1951
S2 - 66/17
Liquor, S. 2444; H.R. 5889
1952
S2 - 66/18
Amend Internal Security Law, H.R. 2200; P.L. 14
1951
S2 - 66/19
Fair Trade, H.R. 5767, McGuire bill
1952
S2 - 66/20
Judiciary, Special Immigration bill, H.R. 7376
1952
S2 - 66/21
Judiciary, Fair trade on ammunition and firearms
1952
S2 - 66/22
Judiciary, H.R. 5473, Copyright Act
1952
S2 - 66/23
Judiciary, S. 1851, Mexican alien farm labor
1952
S2 - 66/24
Javits bill, immigration
1952
S2 - 66/25
Arthur Dewitt Janes
1950-1951
S2 - 66/26
S. 1944, anti-trust laws
1952
S2 - 66/27
H.R. 5678, immigration
1952
S2 - 66/28
Judiciary, H.R. 287, power of judge
1952
S2 - 66/29
Judiciary, immigration omnibus bill, re: Japanese
1952
S2 - 66/30
Judiciary, S. 2549, admittance of sheep herders to states
1952
S2 - 66/31
Judiciary, S. 1770, Administration Procedure Act
1952
S2 - 66/32
Judiciary, H.R. 3098, courts
1952
S2 - 66/33
Judiciary, S. 2907; H.R. 7819, Federal construction contracts
1952
S2 - 66/34
Judiciary, H.R. 7493, Alien Registration Act
1952
S2 - 66/35
Extension of DP Act
1951-1952
S2 - 66/36
Judiciary, Quinn and Fisher bills, monopoly
1952
S2 - 66/37
Judiciary, H.Res. 182, relief of Burnham Chemical Co.
1952
S2 - 66/38
Merchant Marine and Fisheries, H.R. 5217, amend Panama Canal retirement
1952
S2 - 66/39
Merchant Marine and Fisheries, H.R. 8067, striped bass
1952
S2 - 66/40
District of Columbia, home rule
1951
S2 - 66/41
District of Columbia, H.R. 33, garnishment
1951
S2 - 66/42
District of Columbia, educational program
1951
S2 - 66/43
District of Columbia, optometry bill
1952
S2 - 67/1
Labor Union elections, S. 1959
1951
S2 - 67/2
Establish independent Federal Education Agency
1951
S2 - 67/3
School construction program
1951
S2 - 67/4
Federal trade practices, S. 719; H.R. 2820
1951-1952
S2 - 67/5
Amend National Labor Law, re: building construction, S. 1973
1951-1952
S2 - 67/6
Schooling in critical housing areas, H.R. 5411; P.L. 815 and 874
1951
S2 - 67/7
Vocational education in home economics, S. 2335; H.R. 5837
1951
S2 - 67/8
Education of children in Federal Government stationed overseas, S. 1985
1952
S2 - 67/9
Labor, S. 2151, overtime compensation for certain government employees
1952
S2 - 67/10
Amend war claims, H.R. 3719, compensation for forced labor of prisoners of war
1952
S2 - 67/11
Foreign Affairs, H.R. 5113, labor migration
1951
S2 - 67/12
Union organizations, closed shop
1952
S2 - 67/13
Labor, S. 1310, mining safeguard legislation
1952
S2 - 67/14
Labor, S. 1310, mine inspectors
1952
S2 - 67/15
Labor, amendment to Labor Relations Law and repeal of Taft- Hartley
1952
S2 - 67/16
Amend Railroad Labor Act
1951
S2 - 67/17
Labor, Federalize unemployment compensation
1952
S2 - 67/18
Library service, S. 1452
1952
S2 - 67/19
Power bills, Capehart-Miller, S. 2021; H.R. 3146, Lehman- Roosevelt, S. 517; H.R. 1642
1952
S2 - 67/20
Education and Labor, establish agency for handicapped
1952
S2 - 67/21
Labor union monopolies
1952
S2 - 67/22
Strikes, Gwinn-Fisher bill
1952
S2 - 67/23
Labor, H.R. 7647
1952
S2 - 67/24
Regulating per diem on box cars, H.R. 2517
1951
S2 - 67/25
Railroad retirement, H.R. 3669
1951-1952
S2 - 67/26
Railroad Retirement Act
1951-1952
S2 - 67/27
Railroad Retirement Act
1951-1952
S2 - 67/28
Railroad Retirement Act
1951-1952
S2 - 68/1
Veterans education deadline extension
1951
S2 - 68/2
Veterans of WW II going overseas
1951
S2 - 68/3
Extending direct VA loans for another two years, H.R. 3861
1951
S2 - 68/4
Vets widows pension, H.R. 300
1951-1952
S2 - 68/5
Veterans pensions, H.R. 312
1951
S2 - 68/6
Veterans pension increase, S. 432; H.R. 208 and 7783
1951-1952
S2 - 68/7
Exemption on taxes for widows, H.R. 17
1952
S2 - 68/8
Ways and Means, tax exemption for servicemen
1952
S2 - 68/9
Robertson's proposal to require retailers to pass on excise taxes on manufactures
1952
S2 - 68/10
Ways and Means, H.R. 6536, transportation tax
1952
S2 - 68/11
Ways and Means, H.R. 7447, inventories-excess profits
1952
S2 - 68/12
Reorganization plans (Hoover), plan 2,3,4
1952
S2 - 68/13
Ways and Means, H.R. 7345, contribution deduction increase
1952
S2 - 68/14
Tax on distilled spirits, H.R. 7651
S2 - 68/15
Ways and Means, H.R. 7486, hospitalization for Social Security people
1952
S2 - 68/16
Taxes, corruption and waste
1952
S2 - 68/17
Reorganization of Internal Revenue
1952
S2 - 68/18
CAB and CAA investigation
1952
S2 - 68/19
Investigation of Hoover Report
1952
S2 - 68/20
Congressional investigation of Korea black markets, etc.
1951
S2 - 68/21
Congressional investigation of Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
1951
S2 - 68/22
Investigation of ethics in government
1952
S2 - 68/23
Investigation of crime
1951
S2 - 68/24
Investigation of sale of surplus trucks in Philippines
1951
S2 - 68/25
Cox resolution, to investigate fund and foundations
1951
S2 - 68/26
Baseball investigations
1951
S2 - 68/27
Investigation by Senate Interior Committee, re: Indians on Blackfeet Reservation
1952
S2 - 68/28
Investigation of Wage Stabilization Board and steel prices
1952
S2 - 68/29
Aluminum investigation
1952
S2 - 68/30
Investigation of Post Office Department, S.J. Res. 60
1951
S2 - 68/31
Reorganization of Congress
1951
S2 - 68/32
Special committee on campaign expenditures, H.J.Res. 510
1951
S2 - 68/33
President's secrecy order
1951
S2 - 68/34
Establishment of Department of Consumers
1952
S2 - 69/1
Small Business Committee
1951-1952
S2 - 69/2
Small Business Committee
1951
S2 - 69/3
Small Business Committee
1951
S2 - 69/4
Tax increase bill
1951-1952
S2 - 69/5
Compensation for service incurred disability, H.R. 4394 and 2418
1952
S2 - 69/6
Rehabilitation program for disabled vets
1951
S2 - 69/7
Veterans apprentice training subsistence allowance, H.R. 2683
1951
S2 - 69/8
Veterans, J. Memorial 2, Montana State Senate
1951
S2 - 69/9
Questions of the day
1951-1952
S2 - 69/10
Questions of the day
1951
S2 - 69/11
Instruction books on household appliances, H.R. 6219
1952
S2 - 69/12
Tenure of service of West Point and Annapolis graduates
1951
S2 - 70/1
Health program, Ewing proposal
1952
S2 - 70/2
Seizure formula for struck industries, S. 2999
1952
S2 - 70/3
Smith bill on President's power on strikes
1952
S2 - 70/4
23rd Amendment to the Constitution
1952
S2 - 70/5
Reclamation projects, H.R. 7868 and 7084
1952
S2 - 70/6
Sabbath bill, H.R. 3118
1952
S2 - 70/7
Executive Department Committee, Federal Home Loan Bank
1952
S2 - 70/8
Veterans increases for dependents
1952
S2 - 70/9
Treaty
1952
S2 - 70/10
Amendments to railroad retirement
1952
S2 - 70/11
Appointment of ambassador to Vatican
1952
S2 - 70/12
Narcotics
1951
S2 - 70/13
Vatican
1952
S2 - 70/14
Universal Military Training
1952
S2 - 70/15
Price of gold
1951
S2 - 70/16
Range improvement and development of Forest Service recreational resources, S. 20; H.R. 565
1951
S2 - 70/17
War bond freeze
1951
S2 - 70/18
National sales tax
1951
S2 - 70/19
Unions
1951
S2 - 70/20
Letters on questions of importance
1951
S2 - 70/21
Medical acts, socialized medicine, etc., S. 445 and 337; H.R. 35, 910, 1781 and 2476
1951
S2 - 70/22
Amend War claims act, S. 21; H.R. 2614
S2 - 70/23
Amend War Claims act, H.R. 3719, payment for forced labor of Prisoners of War
1951
S2 - 70/24
War Risk Insurance, H.R. 2460
1951
S2 - 70/25
Anderson Weather Control Bill
1951
S2 - 70/26
Proposal to Abolish RFC
1951
S2 - 70/27
Contract Settlement Act, H.R. 3418
1951
S2 - 70/28
Relative to peanuts, H.R. 2615
1951
S2 - 70/29
Central Arizona Project
1951
S2 - 70/30
Replacement of Gold Star buttons lost, S. 311; H.R. 1226
1951
S2 - 70/31
Daylight Saving Time
1951
S2 - 70/32
Hoover Reports
1951
S2 - 70/33
Providing for pilgrimages to cemeteries overseas, H.R. 555
1951
S2 - 70/34
Relief of Hye Pah Kung
1951
S2 - 70/35
Emergency Professional Health Training Act of 1951, H.R. 2707
1951
S2 - 70/36
Amend Sec. 1151, H.R. 3235, Placing Jurisdiction of Indian Law Violators under Local Authorities
1951
S2 - 70/37
Consolidate cooperative extension and home economics
1951
S2 - 70/38
Release of Wm. Oates, H.J. Con. Res. 110
1951
S2 - 70/39
FDIC being placed under Treasury
1951
S2 - 70/40
Shortage of doctors
1951
S2 - 70/41
Open welfare books to scrutiny of public
1951
S2 - 70/42
Duck stamps, S. 509
1951
S2 - 70/43
Reduction of government cars and chauffeurs
1951
S2 - 70/44
Importation of cheese, H.R. 4608
1951
S2 - 70/45
Lieu lands, H.R. 1293 and 1294
1951
S2 - 70/46
Tax exempt lands for school purposes, S. 1451 (Dworskak bill)
1951
S2 - 70/47
Livestock inspection, S. 1629
1951
S2 - 70/48
MVA, floods in Kansas, Missouri flood relief, H.R. 5022
1951
S2 - 70/49
Airline subsidies, H.R. 508, airmail payments
1951
S2 - 70/50
Abolish Indian Bureau, Malone bill
1951
S2 - 70/51
Tariff, H.R. 5693
1951

Series III:  House: Montana Files, 1942-1952Return to Top

17.0 linear feet

This series contains information relating to Montana projects and concerns while Mansfield was a member of the House of Representatives. The files include material linked to legislation and more general information relating to constituent concerns and federal policies and works projects affecting Montana. The folders usually contain information of specific interest groups in the state. A single file typically has letters, legislation, reports, and newspaper clippings relevant to an interest group and spanning the whole era in which Mansfield was in the House.

The majority of the material focuses on either Montana interest groups or public works projects. In addition to these two categories, folders relate to specific businesses, government agencies, and issues in Montana. Many folders have copies of any legislation that a particular group expressed interest in or concern about. Besides copies of bills, there are numerous reports from various federal agencies with information about mining, airports, dams, flood control, labor, and agriculture. The extent of specific files is a gauge of the importance of various groups and issues in Montana. For example, the Bureau of Reclamation's flood control work on the Flathead River occupies an entire box, while the West Yellowstone Airport folder contains only a few letters from constituents and the Department of Commerce. Groups like the Montana Wool Growers Association, the Montana Farmer's Union, and the Mining Association of Montana have thick files filled with letters from members advocating support of their groups. Public works also receive support from constituents, and there are numerous letters urging Mansfield's backing for legislation and appropriations of federal projects.

The series is rounded out with newsletters and policy directives from interest groups. There are letters from Congressional colleagues, cabinet members, and various other officials from both the federal and Montana government. Of particular interest are letters from Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes on mining policy. There are copies of Mansfield's press releases and newspaper clippings submitted by constituents in almost every folder, providing a gauge of public opinion on a range of issues. Blueprints, photographs, petitions, and telegrams are present as well.

Much of the material here relates to material in other series, including Legislation, Projects, Federal Agencies, and Case Mail. Since this series is relatively short, it may be a good starting point in a search for materials and topics that may appear in several places in the collection.

The folders are organized neither alphabetically nor chronologically; folder titles are the best guide to material in the series.In 2009 contents in this series were removed from the envelopes in which they had been filed by Mansfield's office and placed into acid-free folders. Some title / content information which did not appear in the pre-2009 guide to this collection are now included as folder titles; consequently some box and folder numbers within this series have changed. See archivist for details.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
S3 - 1/1
War Bonds
S3 - 1/2
White Sulphur Springs
S3 - 1/3
WPA Warehouse-Butte
S3 - 1/4
Tractor for Broadwater County
S3 - 1/5
USO (United Services Organization)
S3 - 1/6
Veterinary Research Hospital
S3 - 1/7
Victory Tax Ruling- Butte Miners
S3 - 1/8
Old Flouring Mill at Virginia City
S3 - 1/9
WPA Projects
S3 - 1/10
Silver Star Chrome Company
S3 - 1/11
Cancellation of Army Contracts for Dehydrated Potatoes
S3 - 1/12
Dehydration Plant-Hamilton
S3 - 1/13
Apple and Potato Warehouse-Missoula
S3 - 1/14
Potato Cooperative
S3 - 1/15
Idaho-Montana Pulp Mill-Missoula
S3 - 1/16
Nursery Schools
S3 - 1/17
Plunge at Old Faithful
S3 - 1/18
Coal Shortage
S3 - 1/19
Camp at Darby
S3 - 1/20
Corundum Deposits
S3 - 1/21
Designation of Dawson Creek as Port of Entry
S3 - 1/22
Fertilizer for Cherry Orchards
S3 - 1/23
Fish Stocking - Lewistown Rod and Gun Club
S3 - 1/24
Coast Guard Control of Flathead Lake
S3 - 1/25
Food Stamp Program
S3 - 1/26
Geneva Steel Plant
S3 - 1/27
Great Northern Neihart Branch Abandonment
S3 - 1/28
Jaksha Case
S3 - 1/29
Japanese Settlements
S3 - 1/30
Meat Shortages
S3 - 1/31
Meat for Miners
S3 - 1/32
Mount Dean Stone
S3 - 1/33
Lake County - Application for Grader
S3 - 1/34
Truck Application-ODT
S3 - 2/1
Laurel: Oil Pipe Line
S3 - 2/2
Schramm-Hebard Meat Co.
S3 - 2/3
Kalispell Gymnasium
S3 - 2/4
Kalispell Police Radio Facilities
S3 - 2/5
Boy Scout trip to France
S3 - 2/6
State College football team 1940-1941 Killed in Service
S3 - 2/7
Colony of Mennonites
S3 - 2/8
Electrochemical Laboratory
S3 - 2/9
School bus for Fort Missoula
S3 - 2/10
Closing of theaters in Butte
S3 - 2/11
Thompson Falls Bus Service with Missoula-Lowry Application
S3 - 2/12
Exhibition of Army equipment
S3 - 2/13
Butte High School
S3 - 2/14
Corwin Architect-Engineering Company
S3 - 2/15
Deer Lodge Gymnasium
S3 - 2/16
Silver B's Memorial-Butte
S3 - 2/17
Walkerville Sewerage
S3 - 2/18
Bookkeeping Machine for Missoula
S3 - 2/19
Hot Springs school bus
S3 - 2/20
Applications for OPA, State Director
S3 - 2/21
Airborne Dust from Anaconda to Galen and Warm Springs
S3 - 2/22
Prisoner of War Camp at Corvallis
S3 - 2/23
Grants for Nurses' Home
S3 - 2/24
Appointment of Collector of Internal Revenue
S3 - 2/25
Small War Plants
S3 - 2/26
Delinquent Camp for Boys
S3 - 2/27
Induction Center at Butte
S3 - 2/28
Summer Camp for Lion's Club - Joe Wilkins
S3 - 2/29
Pattee Peak
S3 - 2/30
Cooperative Hospital - Whitehall
S3 - 2/31
St. Thomas Orphans Home
S3 - 2/32
Employment office - Dillon
S3 - 2/33
Depository Library at Carroll College
S3 - 3/1
Topographic Map
S3 - 3/2
Wood Pulp and Paper
S3 - 3/3
Phosphate Development around Hall and Drummond
S3 - 3/4
Controlling Forest Fires
S3 - 3/5
Swan River Road-Seeley Lake
S3 - 3/6
Grazing Privileges-need of dipping facilities on Fort Peck Reservation
S3 - 3/7
Postwar Rehabilitation of Historic Sites
S3 - 3/8
Reservation for Trumpeter Swan
S3 - 3/9
President Truman's proposed trip to Alaska via Montana
S3 - 3/10
Army Recruiting Office at Butte
S3 - 3/11
Western Pine Industry, Wartime Performance
S3 - 3/12
Lochsa Prison Camp
S3 - 3/13
Western Union Office - Butte
S3 - 3/14
Shortage of Box Cars
S3 - 3/15
Overtime Compensation for Firemen at Great Falls Airbase
S3 - 3/16
Kinsey Project (Farm Security Administration)
S3 - 3/17
Montana State Legislature Bills
1947
S3 - 3/18
Butte High School Band Trip to Pasadena Rose Bowl
S3 - 3/19
Freedom Train
S3 - 3/20
Voice of Democracy Contest-Rose Ellen Mudd
S3 - 3/21
Tax Liability for State Park: Lewis and Clark Caverns
S3 - 3/22
Anaconda Basketball Team
1948
S3 - 3/23
President's Trip to Montana
S3 - 3/24
Boy Scouts Camp on Skalkaho, claim against the Forest Service
S3 - 3/25
Social Security Building
S3 - 3/26
Establishment of Department of Commerce Office at Butte
S3 - 3/27
Moving of Social Security Office-Billings
S3 - 3/28
Discontinuance of Civil Service Office-Helena
S3 - 3/29
Unemployment Compensation Office, Columbia Falls
S3 - 3/30
Removal of town of Lodge Grass from Reservation
S3 - 3/31
Establishment of Taverns at Blackfeet Indian Reservation
S3 - 3/32
Public Works, Application for Funds
S3 - 4/1
Public Works, Application for Funds
S3 - 4/2
Federal Works-Anaconda City Hall and Recreation Center
S3 - 4/3
FWA Community Center-Butte
S3 - 4/4
FWA Municipal Dock on Flathead Lake
S3 - 4/5
FWA Recreation Building-Hamilton
S3 - 4/6
FWA Kalispell Civic and Community Project
S3 - 4/7
Federal Works-Missoula Community Center
S3 - 4/8
Court House at Thompson Falls
S3 - 4/9
Whitehall Armory
S3 - 4/10
FWA Hospitals
S3 - 4/11
St. Patrick's Hospital-Missoula, Application for construction
S3 - 4/12
Helena Hospital
S3 - 4/13
Kalispell Hospital Construction
S3 - 4/14
Hospital at Thompson Falls
S3 - 4/15
Consolidation of Absaroka and Gallatin Forests
S3 - 4/16
Public Lands
S3 - 4/17
Montana Liquor Control Board-re: Floor Stock refunds, Internal Revenue Act
S3 - 4/18
Montana State Committee-A.A.A.
S3 - 4/19
Montana State University: Buildings under S-2085
S3 - 4/20
Soil Conservation Program-Ravalli County
S3 - 4/21
Montana Projects: Group Contractors Association
S3 - 4/22
School Lunch Program
S3 - 4/23
Soil Conservation Committee
S3 - 4/24
Hospital at Fort Benton
S3 - 4/25
Civilian Conservation Corps Building at Hot Springs for American Legion HQ.
S3 - 4/26
Nurse Linda Richards Day
S3 - 4/27
Housing Cutbacks for MSU and MSC
S3 - 4/28
Housing: School of Mines-Butte
S3 - 4/29
Anaconda Housing Projects
S3 - 5/1
Deer Lodge Housing
S3 - 5/2
Housing: Stewart Homes Project-Helena
S3 - 5/3
Housing: Reduction in Projects
S3 - 5/4
Housing: Montana State College
S3 - 5/5
Montana Athletic Club
S3 - 5/6
Iron Ore
S3 - 5/7
Resumption of Gold Mining
S3 - 5/8
Silver Dollars
S3 - 5/9
Bozeman Production Credit Association-Frank Eaton
S3 - 5/10
Montana State Laboratories Commission
S3 - 5/11
National Guard Program
S3 - 5/12
R.E.A. Cooperative.Telephone Co. (S-73 and HR-1278)
S3 - 5/13
Immigration Cases: Grazini, Cesare, Gambetli, Gaetano, Beccaria, Victoria
S3 - 5/14
Lumber Industry
S3 - 5/15
Rabbits-Hamilton Laboratories
S3 - 5/16
Enemy Alien Hearing Board-Missoula
S3 - 5/17
Water Storage Project-Middle Creek
S3 - 5/18
Charlo Water Works
S3 - 5/19
Hot Springs Water Project
S3 - 5/20
Community Water System-Missoula
S3 - 5/21
Anaconda School Building
S3 - 5/22
Catholic Central High School-Anaconda
S3 - 5/23
School at Big Timber
S3 - 5/24
St. Patrick's School-Billings
S3 - 5/25
School Projects-Butte
S3 - 5/26
Eureka School
S3 - 5/27
Fairfield Schools
S3 - 5/28
Great Falls Schools
S3 - 5/29
Helena Schools
S3 - 5/30
Kalispell School Program
S3 - 5/31
Simms School Program
S3 - 5/32
Columbia Falls Schools
S3 - 5/33
Martin City Construction of School: Procurement of Funds
S3 - 5/34
School at Big Sandy
S3 - 5/35
Water Projects-Deer Lodge
S3 - 5/36
Drummond Sewer Project
S3 - 5/37
Appointment of Walter Pope to 9th Circuit Court
S3 - 6/1
Appointment of Walter Pope to 9th Circuit Court
S3 - 6/2
Montana State Legislature
1949
S3 - 6/3
Gallatin Elk Range
S3 - 6/4
State Bonus for Veterans
S3 - 6/5
Appointment of Federal Judge
S3 - 6/6
Premium offers of National Advertisers
S3 - 6/7
Transport Employees Railroad Retirement Board and Social Security Administration
S3 - 6/8
Montana Election
1948
S3 - 6/9
Steel to Tucker Auto
S3 - 6/10
Entry of Hutterites into Montana
S3 - 6/11
Employees at Warm Springs under Civil Service
S3 - 6/12
Girls' Nation Meeting
S3 - 6/13
Victory Homes Evictions
S3 - 6/14
Social Security Tax for Orchestra - Butte
S3 - 6/15
Montana Debating Team
S3 - 6/16
Butte Band Tax Refund
S3 - 6/17
Pritchard-Welch Rest Case
S3 - 6/18-19
Montana Highway Projects
1948
S3 - 7/1
Transfer of Marshall's Office to Great Falls from Helena
S3 - 7/2
Bureau of Mines Office at Helena
S3 - 7/3
Cadestral Office-Helena (Bureau of Land Management)
S3 - 7/4-5
Great Falls Air Terminal
S3 - 7/6
Montana Highway Projects
1943-1947
S3 - 7/7
Montana State Home for the Aged-Augusta
S3 - 7/8
U.S. Marshall Position
S3 - 7/9
Snow Disaster
1949
S3 - 7/10-11
R.E.A.
S3 - 8/1-2
Coal Lease Applications: Big Horn Coal Co. Buckingham of Billings and Mattox of Roundup
S3 - 8/3
Rent Increases-Veterans Housing at Montana State University
S3 - 8/4-6
Montana Horsemeat Project
S3 - 8/7
Indian TB Hospital at Galen
S3 - 9/1
Montana Housing Projects
1948
S3 - 9/2-3
Housing Projects-Montana State University
1948
S3 - 9/4
Drummond Housing Project
S3 - 9/5
Fairhaven Housing Project-Great Falls
S3 - 9/6
Whitefish
S3 - 9/7
Hot Springs
S3 - 9/8
Butte
S3 - 9/9
Helena
S3 - 9/10
Missoula
S3 - 9/11
Great Falls
S3 - 9/12
Thompson Falls
S3 - 9/13
Darby
S3 - 9/14
Bozeman
S3 - 9/15
Dillon
S3 - 9/16
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1950
S3 - 10/1-2
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1950
S3 - 10/3
Indian Tuition for fiscal year
1951
S3 - 10/4-5
Indian Tuition
S3 - 10/6
Montana Blackfeet Indians
S3 - 10/7
Indian Hospital-Laying of Cornerstone
S3 - 10/8
Indian Claims Commission re: Flathead Case
S3 - 10/9
Two Medicine Projects-Seville Area
S3 - 10/10
Taxing Indians
S3 - 10/11
Jocko Valley Irrigation District
S3 - 10/12
Indian Agency-Hays Road
S3 - 10/13
Crow Indian Reservation
S3 - 10/14
Transfer of Indian Service Employees from Polson to St. Ignatius
S3 - 10/15
Camus Hot Spring-Health Resort
S3 - 10/16
Indian Memorial Building at University
S3 - 10/17
Rocky Boy Indian Reservation
S3 - 10/18
Flathead Reservation-Non-taxability of Indian Lands
S3 - 10/19
Telephone Lines on Flathead Indian Reservation
S3 - 11/1
Telephone Services in Valley-Pablo
S3 - 11/2
Indian Claims Commission-Assiniboine Claim
S3 - 11/3
Claims against Montana Power-Louis Brown et al: Flathead Lake
S3 - 11/4
Flathead Irrigation Project
S3 - 11/5
Flathead Irrigation Project: Removal of Engineer Firman Brown as Project Engineer
S3 - 11/6
Montana Indians: Sale of Timber
S3 - 11/7-11
Montana Indians: Miscellaneous General File
S3 - 11/12
Thornton Lumber Co. Contract-Indian Service re: Stumpage costs
S3 - 12/1
Transportation of Goods to Alaska (Bill Rice)
S3 - 12/2
Second Advanced Planning Program
S3 - 12/3
Closing of Whitehall Airport
S3 - 12/4
Drive-ins at Yellowstone Park for Slovak Henman
S3 - 12/5
Swimming Pool at Yellowstone Park
S3 - 12/6
Invitation to Barkley to Speak in Missoula
S3 - 12/7
Appraisal of Fort Missoula Lands under Public Law 232 (Mike's Bill)
S3 - 12/8
Montana Production and Marketing Admin. Report
S3 - 12/9
Claims for Streets of Great Falls
S3 - 12/10
State PMA Offices, Bozeman
S3 - 12/11
Speaker for Labor Institute
1950
S3 - 12/12
4-H Club Members visit to Washington
1950
S3 - 12/13
Montana Girls Nation Delegates
S3 - 12/14
ICC-Yellowstone Trail Bus Lines Case
S3 - 12/15
Public Health Laboratory-Hamilton
S3 - 12/16
Regional Office of Land Management-Billings
S3 - 12/17
Farmers Home Administration
S3 - 12/18
Move of U.S. Attorney's office from Billings to Great Falls
S3 - 12/19
Internal Revenue Service Office-Rumor of Move from Helena to Billings
S3 - 12/20
Relief of Indians
1950
S3 - 12/21
Housing Projects-Montana State University
S3 - 12/22
Northwest Airlines
S3 - 13/1
Request of Cut Bank for Planes at Air Show, July 9
S3 - 13/2
Re-designation of Great Falls Air Base
S3 - 13/3
Trailers for Air Base at Great Falls
S3 - 13/4
Motion Pictures-Montana Study
S3 - 13/5
USDA Council
S3 - 13/6
Bureau of Mines Report
S3 - 13/7
Weather Station Equipment-Kalispell
S3 - 13/8
Fort Missoula, Correspondence, Reports and Photographs
S3 - 13/9
Yellowstone Park
S3 - 13/10-12
Kootenai National Forest-Troy
S3 - 14/1
Coal Experimental Plants
S3 - 14/2
Great Falls Airport-CAA Water System Project
S3 - 14/3
Great Falls Chamber of Commerce Trip to Alaska
1947
S3 - 14/4
Airline Application of Gen. Ralph Royce
S3 - 14/5
APO Mail Service to Great Falls
S3 - 14/6
Gore Field, Great Falls, as Port of Entry
S3 - 14/7
Reconsideration of West Coast Case, CAA
S3 - 14/8
Aviation: North Central Case
S3 - 14/9
Air Reserve Training Unit, Great Falls
S3 - 14/10
Chamber of Commerce-Industrial Development Division
S3 - 14/11
Insurance-Fort Missoula-War Assets
S3 - 14/12
Montana RFC Loans
S3 - 14/13
Bison Project-St. Ignatius
S3 - 14/14
Unemployment Compensation
S3 - 14/15
Shortage of Cement
S3 - 14/16
School Lands in Glacier National Park
S3 - 14/17
Forest Receipts Law of Gallatin Co.
S3 - 14/18
Firemen Training
S3 - 14/19
State Parks
S3 - 14/20
Department of Fish and Game
S3 - 14/21
State Liquor Store at Noxon
S3 - 14/22
Commemoration of Judge Pray-Glacier National Park Monument
S3 - 14/23
Proposed Forest Experimental Station in Western Montana
S3 - 14/24
Main Range Extension-Butte
S3 - 14/25
Carbert-Port of Entry
S3 - 15/1
Missoula Labor-Management Board
S3 - 15/2
Synthetic Fuel Plants-possible locations in Montana
S3 - 15/3
Shangri-la Ski Area-Silver Run Ski Club in Billings
S3 - 15/4
Aviation-General File
S3 - 15/5
Postwar use of Army Air Fields in Great Falls
S3 - 15/6
Montana Airports of Entry
S3 - 15/7
Employment Service Office-Kalispell
S3 - 15/8
Census Bureau Appointments-Business Census
1949
S3 - 15/9
Surplus Property
S3 - 15/10
Game Control by Montana Stock growers
S3 - 15/11
Foot and Mouth Disease Laboratory-Missoula
S3 - 15/12
Gas for Bozeman
S3 - 15/13
Allocation of State Funds for Units of University System by State Board of Examiners
S3 - 15/14
Air Force ROTC: Butte School of Mines
S3 - 15/15
Forest Fire Jumpers Demonstration
S3 - 15/16
Fire Equipment for Big Butte Volunteer Fire Department
S3 - 15/17
Equipment for East Butte, Columbia Garden Athletic Club
S3 - 15/18
Power for Diehl Lumber Co. at Camus Prairie
S3 - 15/19
Fire Equipment for East Missoula Volunteer Fire Department
S3 - 15/20
Screening of Ditch between Diversion Dam and Pishkin Reservoir
S3 - 15/21
Key Club Trip to Washington
S3 - 15/22
Internal Revenue office - Kalispell
S3 - 15/23
Kaiser-Frazer lease for Steel Mill
S3 - 15/24
FSA Supervisor-Missoula: Henry T. Murray
S3 - 15/25
Wild Areas: Forest Service
S3 - 15/26
Future Farmers of America
S3 - 15/27
Establishment of Radar Station in North-West
S3 - 15/28
Gallatin River Area-Week Law
S3 - 16/1
Proposal on Tuition for Medical Students
S3 - 16/2
School of Dentistry
S3 - 16/3
State Hospital-Warm Springs
S3 - 16/4
Montana Hospital Program
S3 - 16/5
Sage Creek Reference
S3 - 16/6
Establishment of Gates of the Mountains Area as a State Park
S3 - 16/7
Phosphate Development in Montana
S3 - 16/8
Montana Liquor Control Board
S3 - 16/9
Montana Lumber
1949
S3 - 16/10
Small Businesses
S3 - 16/11
Gasoline and Fuel Oil Prices
S3 - 16/12
Census Appointments
1950
S3 - 16/13
Geringer Lease with Forest Service
S3 - 16/14
Montana Census Reports (Business)
1950
S3 - 16/15
Montana's Production
S3 - 16/16
Chromite
S3 - 16/17
Roundup Unemployment Office
S3 - 16/18
Unemployment Compensation Office-Hungry Horse
S3 - 16/19
Relocation of Livingston Airway Station
S3 - 16/20
City Dump at Missoula
S3 - 16/21
Indebtedness of Frenchtown Irrigation District
S3 - 16/22
Boy Scouts Trip to D.C.
1950
S3 - 17/1
Forest Research Center-East of the Continental Divide
S3 - 17/2
Retention of Warm Fish Hatchery near Miles City
S3 - 17/3
Farmers Union Visit to Washington
1950
S3 - 17/4
Ennis Fish Hatchery (Ft. Peck Hatchery)
S3 - 17/5
Montana Request of Normal College for Civilian Conservation Corps Camp near Dillon
S3 - 17/6
Community Education Program
S3 - 17/7
Employment Service-Vacations
S3 - 17/8
Invitation to President Truman for Honorary Degree at MSU
S3 - 17/9
Continuation of USO at Great Falls
S3 - 17/10
Montana Payments to State College by Vets Administration
S3 - 17/11
Appointment of Oakley Coffee to Board of Education
S3 - 17/12
Alleviation of unemployment in Mineral County
1950
S3 - 17/13
Laboratory Fees for Veterans in Forestry School-Spring Quarter of 1950
1950
S3 - 17/14
Snow Disaster of 1950
1950
S3 - 17/15
Farmers Union Groups' Visits to D.C.
S3 - 17/16
Montana Loan for Bus Company at Kalispell
S3 - 17/17
National Boy Scouts Breakfast
S3 - 17/18
Jesuits Request for Blue Bay Camp on Flathead Reservation
S3 - 17/19
Railroad passes for Lumber Workers
S3 - 17/20-21
Irrigation of Flathead Lake
S3 - 18/1-2
Irrigation of Flathead Lake
S3 - 18/3-8
Hungry Horse Project
S3 - 19/1-2
Hungry Horse Project
S3 - 19/3-5
Appropriations - Hungry Horse Correspondence
1946
S3 - 19/6
Appropriations - Hungry Horse Project Data
1946
S3 - 20/1
Hungry Horse Project - Montana Power Company
S3 - 20/2-5
Hungry Horse Appropriations
1947
S3 - 20/6
Hungry Horse-Montana Power Company Hearing
S3 - 20/7
Hungry Horse Pending File
S3 - 20/8
Hungry Horse Appropriations
1948
S3 - 21/1
Hungry Horse Appropriations
1949
S3 - 21/2
Hungry Horse General File
S3 - 21/3-4
Hungry Horse re: Conditions as complained by H.C. Wegner
S3 - 21/5-6
Hungry Horse Project: Miscellaneous, including photos of dam construction
S3 - 22/1-2
Miscellaneous Clippings of Flathead Lake
S3 - 22/3
Housing Conditions near Hungry Horse Project
S3 - 22/4
Pre-Fabricated Housing near Hungry Horse
S3 - 22/5
Development of Hot Springs Area
S3 - 22/6
Hungry Horse Education
S3 - 22/7
Hungry Horse Celebration
1948
S3 - 22/8
Hungry Horse Project - Kerr Dam-Steelman Order
S3 - 22/9
Hungry Horse-Contract award for Access Road
S3 - 22/10
Hungry Horse-Law Enforcement
S3 - 22/11
Hungry Horse-Concessions: Theaters, Drug Stores, Etc.
S3 - 22/12-13
House Hearings - Problems of Small Businesses
S3 - 22/14
Consolidated Mining Company
S3 - 22/15
General Salvage Committee
S3 - 22/16
Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitations
S3 - 22/17
Montana Implement and Hardware Association
S3 - 23/1
Mining Association of Montana
S3 - 23/2
Commission on Labor Education
S3 - 23/3
Department of Public Welfare
S3 - 23/4
Rocky Mountain Grange
S3 - 23/5
Montana State Industrial Union Council
S3 - 23/6
Montana Chamber of Commerce
S3 - 23/7
Projects: Kalispell Airport
S3 - 23/8
Montana Wool Growers Association
S3 - 23/9
International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers
S3 - 23/10
Butte Miners' Union
S3 - 23/11
Montana Stock growers Association
S3 - 23/12
Housing at Great Falls Airbase
S3 - 24/1
West Yellowstone Airport
S3 - 24/2
Superior Airport
S3 - 24/3
St. Ignatius Airport
S3 - 24/4
Townsend Airport
S3 - 24/5
Montana State Federation of Labor
S3 - 24/6
Montana Taxpayers Assn.
S3 - 24/7
Rocky Mountain Grange (Projects file)
S3 - 24/8
Montana Fur Breeders Association
S3 - 24/9
Montana State Grange
S3 - 24/10
Montana State Farm Bureau
S3 - 24/11
Cascade County Trades and Labor Assembly
S3 - 24/12
Labor Unions-Miscellaneous
S3 - 24/13
Farmers Union
S3 - 24/14
Station Creek Road-East of Flathead Lake Indian Reservation
S3 - 24/15
Montana Highways-Road to Rosebud Canyon (Forest Road)
S3 - 24/16
Miscellaneous Projects and Appt.
S3 - 24/17
Montana Projects and Highways
S3 - 24/18
Montana Association of County Commissioners and Railroad Commissioners
S3 - 24/19
Walkerville Road
S3 - 24/20
Commercial Air Service for the Hi-Line
S3 - 25/1
Commercial Air Service for the Hi-Line
S3 - 25/2
Road to West Yellowstone. #191
S3 - 25/3
State Highway-#35 East Shore of Flathead Lake
S3 - 25/4
Completion of U.S. Highway #93 (From Eureka to Canadian Border )
S3 - 25/5
Montana Highway- #8 (From Crow Agency to Broadus)
S3 - 25/6
Anaconda Airport
S3 - 25/7
Great Northern Air Lines
S3 - 25/8
Airport at Sheridan
S3 - 25/9
Helena Airport
S3 - 25/10
Livingston Airport
S3 - 25/11
Montanans Inc.
S3 - 25/12
Montana East-West Airlines
S3 - 25/13
Hamilton Flying Field
S3 - 25/14
Federal Aid for Great Falls Airport
S3 - 25/15
Cut Bank Air Port
S3 - 25/16
Dillon Airport
S3 - 25/17
REA, Sidney
S3 - 25/18
REA, Telephones
S3 - 25/19
REA Project, Lincoln Electric Cooperative
S3 - 25/20
Montana REA, Elmo Cooperative
S3 - 26/1
Electric Power, REA, Indian, Bonneville
S3 - 26/2
REA, Flathead Cooperative
S3 - 26/3
REA and Public Power Program
S3 - 26/4
REA Telephone Service, Lodge Grass (Big Horn)
S3 - 26/5
Hospital at Libby
S3 - 26/6
Sanders County Hospital-Thompson Falls
S3 - 26/7
Naming of Miles City Hospital
S3 - 26/8
Phillipsburg Hospital
S3 - 26/9
St. Patrick's Hospital Loan
S3 - 26/10
Hospital at Hysham
S3 - 26/11
Carroll College, Helena
S3 - 26/12
St. Luke's Hospital-Ronan
S3 - 26/13
State Normal College-Dillon
S3 - 26/14
School of Mines-Butte
S3 - 26/15
College of Education-Great Falls
S3 - 26/16
Montana Schools-Miscellaneous
S3 - 26/17
Villa Ursula School at St. Ignatius
S3 - 26/18
Montana State Training school
S3 - 26/19
Catholic School at Harlem
S3 - 26/20
Montana Board of Education
S3 - 26/21
Montana State Orphans Home
S3 - 26/22
Montana Institute of-the Arts
S3 - 26/23
Northern Montana College-Havre
S3 - 26/24
Montana State University
S3 - 26/25
Butte Vocational School
S3 - 26/26
Montana State College-Bozeman
S3 - 26/27
Montana Miscellaneous Information
S3 - 27/1
Montana State Legislature
1949-1950
S3 - 27/2
Elk Slaughter
S3 - 27/3
State Legislature: Bill S-123 re: Land Acquisition-Veto by Bonner
S3 - 27/4
Wildlife Cooperative unit for State College
S3 - 27/5
Dislocating Airplane Plants
S3 - 27/6
Hydrogen Bomb Project Site
S3 - 27/7
Wildlife Cooperative Unit
S3 - 27/8
Forest Service-Grazing Permit, VFW Resolution
S3 - 27/9
Appointments to Court of Military Appeals
S3 - 27/10
Galen Indian TB Hospital
S3 - 27/11
County Hospital at Glendive
S3 - 27/12
Sacred Heart Hospital at Havre
S3 - 27/13
Montana State University-Alumni Association
S3 - 27/14
Montana Operation of Control Tower at Airport
S3 - 27/15
Montana Loan for Housing Project at Libby
S3 - 27/16
Forest Lands for Vets-West Yellowstone
S3 - 27/17
Veterans Bonus
S3 - 27/18
State Flag for Veterans
S3 - 27/19
Bureau of Mines re: New Headquarters
S3 - 27/20
Montana Liquor Control Board
S3 - 27/21-22
Montana Elk Slaughter
S3 - 28/1
Elk Situation in 1950
1950
S3 - 28/2
Montana Whitehall Hospital
S3 - 28/3
Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
S3 - 28/4
State Department of Public Instruction
S3 - 28/5
Chrome Deposits and Hematite - Sheridan and Virginia City (Mouat and Benbow Mines)
S3 - 28/6
Soil Conservation Service, Region #5
1951
S3 - 28/7
Thompson Falls, Trout Creek Road
S3 - 28/8
Transfer of road at Charlo, Ronan, Moiese, from Roads Administration to the Indian Service
S3 - 28/9
Forest Roads
S3 - 28/10
Office of Governors' Advisory Council Meeting on Indian Affairs
S3 - 28/11
Abandonment of Western Railway
S3 - 28/12
Absentee votes in Montana-Butte
S3 - 28/13
Trespassing horses-Lincoln County
S3 - 28/14
Wage and Hour Office -Butte
S3 - 28/15
Establishment of a Civic or State Park at Somers Bay on Flathead Lake
S3 - 28/16
Medal of Honor Winners from Montana
S3 - 28/17
Montana Industrial Accident Board
S3 - 29/1-2
Beeler, Naddy, etc. on the Indian Reservation
S3 - 29/3
Montana Association of Soil Conservation Districts
S3 - 29/4
Malta Irrigation District
S3 - 29/5
Montana State Product and Market Admin.
S3 - 29/6
Snow Disaster - Emergency Aid_
1952
S3 - 29/7
Butte Civic Center Dedication
S3 - 29/8
Name of Owner of Combination Mine at Philipsburg
S3 - 29/9
Farmer's Union Trip to Washington, Feb.
1952
S3 - 29/10
Oil Strike at Great Falls
S3 - 29/11
Montana 4-H Club 6-'52 Visit
S3 - 29/12-16
Veteran's Hospital-Eastern Montana
S3 - 30/1
Cut Bank High School Band/Choir Trip to Washington, DC
March 21-26, 1952
S3 - 30/2
Montana Farmer's Union Trip to DC
April 1951
S3 - 30/3-5
HR-3961 Missouri River Development
S3 - 30/6
Bonneville Power Admin.-Cloud-seeding Operations
S3 - 30/7
Buffalo Rapids Project
S3 - 30/8
Fort Peck Dam and Recreational Proj.
S3 - 31/1-2
National Reclamation Association
S3 - 31/3
Montana Reclamation Association
S3 - 31/4-5
Bonneville Power Administration
S3 - 31/6-7
Libby Dam on Kootenai River
S3 - 32/1
Libby Dam on Kootenai River
S3 - 32/2-3
Canyon Ferry Project
S3 - 32/4
Canyon Ferry-Complaints of Employees
S3 - 32/5
Canyon Ferry Contractors
S3 - 32/6
Canyon Ferry Celebration
July 1949
S3 - 32/7
Canyon Ferry Miscellaneous re: License for Bar
S3 - 32/8
Canyon Ferry Project.: Concessions
S3 - 32/9
Press Releases: From Bonneville Power Administration
S3 - 32/10
Big Hole River Dam
S3 - 32/11
Establishment of Bonneville Office in Montana
S3 - 32/12
Bonneville
1950
S3 - 32/13
Missouri-Souris Irrigation Project
S3 - 32/14
Lloyd Bower Proposal for high Dam on Kootenai instead of Libby Dam-Lloyd Bower
S3 - 32/15
Dams Near Dillon
S3 - 32/16
Big Muddy Valley Project
S3 - 32/17
Milk River Project
S3 - 32/18
Little Bitter Root River Flood Proj.
S3 - 32/19
Helena Valley Project, Water Problems
S3 - 33/1
Medicine Lake Reservoir
S3 - 33/2
Big Flat Project-Missoula
S3 - 33/3
Tennessee Valley Authority
S3 - 33/4
Garrison Dam Proposal
S3 - 33/5
Bitter Root Irrigation Project
S3 - 33/6
Glasgow Irrigation District
S3 - 33/7
Savage Irrigation Project
S3 - 33/8
President's Flood Plan
S3 - 33/9
International Dams on the Rio Grande (HR-3400)
S3 - 33/10
Irrigation
S3 - 33/11
Mike's Reports on Projects
1951
S3 - 33/12
Power Resources, Requirements and Supply, Missoula River Basin
S3 - 33/13
Missouri River Basin Project
1952
S3 - 33/14
University Alumni (as of 1941)
S3 - 33/15
Student Directory of University
1934-1940
S3 - 33/16-17
Miscellaneous Campaign Lists
S3 - 33/18
Campaign File
1942
S3 - 33/19
Class Rolls from the University of Montana
S3 - 34/1-2
Orchard Homes Flood Control Proj.
S3 - 34/3
Chapman's Proposal to Develop Canadian Power
S3 - 34/4
Waterton-Belly; Souris-Red Project
S3 - 34/5
McCone County Electric Cooperative, Sub-Station at Circle
S3 - 34/6
Lower Marias Unit
S3 - 34/7
Diversion Dam at Fort Peck
S3 - 34/8
Hebgen Lake
S3 - 34/9
Moorhead Dam
S3 - 34/10
Consolidation of Army Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation
S3 - 34/11
Reclamation: Arizona
S3 - 34/12
Montana Development
S3 - 34/13
Hardin Irrigation Unit
S3 - 34/14
Kinsey Form Project: Irrigation
S3 - 34/15
U.S. Attorney's Report on Crime in Montana
S3 - 34/16
Woodside-Florence Project
S3 - 34/17
Sunset Irrigation Project
S3 - 34/18
Tennessee Valley Authority
S3 - 34/19
Mission Dam
S3 - 34/20
Bad Rock Canyon
S3 - 34/21
Lake Solitude Wyo. Dam
S3 - 35/1
Marias River: Canal to Missouri for Sam Watson
S3 - 35/2
Grand Coulee Dam
S3 - 35/3
Lower Yellowstone Irrigation District
S3 - 35/4
Fort Berthold Dam
S3 - 35/5
Blodget Creek Irrigation District Hamilton, Bitter Root Valley
S3 - 35/6
East Shore Flathead Lake Project
S3 - 35/7
Reclamation: Beaverhead Valley
S3 - 35/8
Brenner Reservoir
S3 - 35/9
St. Lawrence Seaway and Power Project
S3 - 35/10
Laurel-Park City Drainage Project
S3 - 35/11
Flood Control on the St. Regis River
S3 - 35/12
Flood Control on the Little Bitter Root River
S3 - 35/13
Flood Control, Kootenai Dam-Libby Creek, Clark Fork-Missoula
S3 - 35/14
Willow Creek-Jefferson River
S3 - 35/15
Milk River Flood Control
S3 - 35/16
Flood Control-General File
S3 - 35/17
Log Jams on the Flathead River
S3 - 35/18-20
Army Corps of Engineers (2 files)
S3 - 36/1
Missouri River Basin Project-Haley Unit, Terry, Montana
S3 - 36/2
Sun River Project
S3 - 36/3
Sun Butte Dam Site
S3 - 36/4
Dams in Dinosaur National Park
S3 - 36/5
Central Valley Project, California
S3 - 36/6
Army Engineers-re: Neil Cole's Cabin at Fort Peck
S3 - 36/7
Army Engineers Report-Columbia River Basin Hearings
S3 - 36/8
Montana Floods
1948
S3 - 36/9
Flood Control at Glasgow, Milk River
S3 - 36/10
Flood Control Projects
1952
S3 - 36/11
New Starts Projects-Yellowtail, etc.
S3 - 36/12
Survey made at Wappapello-Reservoir
S3 - 36/13
Yellowstone River Compact
S3 - 36/14
Columbia River Compact
S3 - 36/15
Flood at Havre
1952
S3 - 36/16
Bull-Hook Project-Havre
S3 - 36/17
Mike's Reports on Projects in Western Montana
S3 - 36/18
Hell's Canyon Dam (Idaho)
S3 - 36/19
Army Engineers-Flood in Kansas
S3 - 36/20
Floods
1949
S3 - 37/1
Floods
1949
S3 - 37/2
Report of Army Engineers
S3 - 37/3
Flood Control at Glasgow on Milk River
S3 - 37/4
"What does CVA Mean to You?" Smear of Dr. Raver in Reader's Digest
S3 - 37/5
Monsanto Chemical Company
S3 - 37/6
New Industries in Montana-Victor Chemical Company
S3 - 37/7
Speeding up Hungry Horse Power
S3 - 37/8
Proposal to establish Hydro-electric plants at Gibson and Diversion Dams
S3 - 37/9
Appt. of Howard Babcock to Missouri Basin Survey Commission
S3 - 37/10
Northwest Public Power Association
S3 - 37/11
Columbia River Compact S-817; HR-2470
S3 - 37/12
Missouri River Compact
S3 - 37/13
Second Tunnel at Fort Peck for Power
S3 - 37/14
Diamond Match Company Sawmill at Superior
S3 - 37/15
Contract for Painting Aluminum Plant
S3 - 37/16
Proposal: Fort Peck AEC Site
S3 - 37/17
Projects for Stevensville
S3 - 37/18
Battery Reconditioning Plant at Dillon
S3 - 37/19
Coal Development in Roundup
S3 - 37/20-21
Montana Power Company
S3 - 37/22
Bonneville Power: Proposed contract with the Montana Power Company
S3 - 38/1
Power Rates at Hungry Horse
S3 - 38/2
Harvey Aluminum Project before Investigation
S3 - 38/3
Power going to California.
S3 - 38/4
Naming of Canyon Ferry Project.
S3 - 38/5
Big Horn Irrigation and Power Project
S3 - 38/6
Harvey Company (ETC), Newspaper Clippings
S3 - 38/7
New Industries in Montana
S3 - 38/8
Harvey Co. Aluminum Darkenwald
S3 - 38/9
Don Treloar-Aluminum Plant
S3 - 38/10
A.J. Smith Engineering Co. Aluminum
S3 - 38/11
Defense Construction for Billings
S3 - 38/12
Alumina Bauxite Plant
S3 - 38/13
Aluminum Company of America
S3 - 38/14
Positions with Harvey Machine Co.
S3 - 38/15
Proposed Aluminum Plant for Montana
S3 - 38/16
Memos on Harvey, Power, Smith, etc.
S3 - 38/17
Correspondence supporting Anaconda-Harvey Aluminum
S3 - 38/18
D.M.A.-Tungsten Discovery at Dillon
S3 - 39/1
International Chrome Company-proposed plant at Helena
S3 - 39/2
North Butte Mining Company
S3 - 39/3
LaGrande-Baker Transmission Line
S3 - 39/4
Power Shortage in the Northwest
S3 - 39/5
Investigation of Pearson-Saylor remarks
S3 - 39/6
Correspondence from Constituents re: Aluminum
S3 - 39/7
A.C.M's Interest in Aluminum
S3 - 39/8
Montana Power Co. to appear before Subcommittee on Public Works re: Power
October 1951
S3 - 39/9
Maps: Montana Pumping Division, Three Forks Division, Marias Division of the Missouri Project
S3 - 39/10
Reduction at Colstrip
S3 - 39/11
Chrome deposits in Stillwater County
S3 - 39/12
Bonneville Power Transmission Lines
S3 - 39/13
Power Line Connection with California and the Northwest
S3 - 39/14
Anaconda Copper Company re: Materials
1951
S3 - 39/15
Timmins Smelters at Glendive and Butte
S3 - 39/16
Kerr-Anaconda Transmission Line
S3 - 39/17
Troy-Kalispell Transmission Line
S3 - 39/18
Canyon Ferry-Great Falls Transmission Line
S3 - 39/19
Harvey Company File
S3 - 39/20
Proposed Composite Armories
S3 - 39/21
Defense Projects for Montana
S3 - 39/22
Quartermaster Research Laboratory
S3 - 39/23
Bureau of Reclamation
S3 - 39/24
Reclamation: Flathead River Flood Condition
S3 - 39/25
Yellowtail Dam

Series IV:  House: Foreign Affairs, 1930-1949Return to Top

12.5 linear feet

This series contains material relating to both the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Mansfield's own congressional interest in foreign matters. Material in the series concentrates on the years 1947 to 1949, but includes lecture notes presumably from courses Mansfield taught at the University of Montana prior to 1943.

The country files in the series encompass a broad range of subjects relevant to individual nations. There are copies of foreign affairs bills from the House and the Senate. Loans and other foreign aid provide much of the material in individual folders. Letters in the country files include correspondence between Mansfield and various ambassadors and State Department officials. Letters from companies and constituents with strong interests in specific countries are also well-represented in these files. Other letters are from government organizations including the War Department, the State Department, the Army, and the Marine Corps. There are reports from government agencies on specific foreign relations challenges like the Panama Canal. United Nations reports also appear in the series, and congressional hearings and committee reports accompany legislation. There are notes in Mansfield's hand from committee hearings. Items from the Congressional Record pertaining to specific countries are also included in folders for individual countries. Proposals for large quantities of foreign aid spending elicited the most vehement responses. A given spending measure typically drew letters of both criticism and praise; many Montanans expressed displeasure with Congress' willingness to spend money overseas when domestic problems persisted. Foreign nationals and American expatriates also wrote Mansfield to support or decry a particular policy or proposal. Country files also contain newspaper clippings, magazine articles, American and international publications, and press releases.

This series also contains information on specific political issues like the demobilization of troops in China, Burma, and India following World War II. These folders contain many of the same types of materials as the country files. In addition, there are presidential press releases, citizen petitions, telegrams, and photographs. There are also folders with information and documents concerning Mansfield's official trips abroad. This series chronicles the beginning of Mansfield's career-long involvement in foreign policy and provides insight into the constituent opinions and congressional concerns about foreign affairs during and after World War II.

The folders are divided by individual country, by issues like demobilization, and by Mansfield's official trips abroad. The organization of the series is unclear; there is no apparent chronological or alphabetical order to the boxes and folders. Often a similar subject like the United Fruit Company in Central America appears in several folders under different titles; in this case, both Central America and Costa Rica. The boxes and folders do not specify time periods and often skip all over the globe and through a number of years.In 2009 contents in this series were removed from the envelopes in which they had been filed by Mansfield's office and placed into acid-free folders. Some title / content information which did not appear in the pre-2009 guide to this collection are now included as folder titles; consequently some box and folder numbers within this series have changed. See archivist for details.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
S4 - 1/1
Central America
S4 - 1/2-5
Greece and Turkey Loans
1947
S4 - 1/6
Canal Route-Columbia
S4 - 1/7
Costa Rica
S4 - 1/8
Puerto Rico
S4 - 1/9
Argentina
S4 - 1/10-11
Trip to Panama Canal
December 1947
S4 - 2/1-2
European Aid - Harriman Report
S4 - 2/3-6
Bogota Conference - Mike's Trip
April 14, 1948
S4 - 3/1-4
Legislation-Foreign Affairs-Marshall Plan
S4 - 3/5-6
Legislation-Foreign Affairs-World Calendar
S4 - 3/7
Foreign Affairs-Point IV
S4 - 4/1
Mike's Resolution on United Nations
1947-1948
S4 - 4/2
Foreign Affairs Relief Needs
1947
S4 - 4/3
Legislation-Foreign Affairs-Alaska Highway Commission
S4 - 4/4
Treaties of Peace with Italy, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Finland
S4 - 4/4
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Medieval History
S4 - 4/5-9
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Latin America
S4 - 5/1-13
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Latin America
S4 - 5/14
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Far East History
S4 - 6/1
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Macao
S4 - 6/2
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, East Indies
S4 - 6/3
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Tibet
S4 - 6/4
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Philippines
S4 - 6/6-13
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Far East History
S4 - 7/1-12
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Far East History
S4 - 7/13
Professor Mansfield's Lecture Notes Prior to 1943, Medieval History
S4 - 7/14
Smith-Mundt Committee - Trip to Europe
S4 - 7/15
Ninth Inter-American Conference, Bogota
S4 - 8/1-3
Mariannas, Carolinas and Marshalls
S4 - 8/4
China Background
S4 - 8/5
Japan
S4 - 8/6
Siberia
S4 - 8/7
Foreign Relations Committee Confidential
S4 - 9/1
Atomic Bomb
S4 - 9/2
International Conferences in which US participated
January 1945-June 1946
S4 - 9/3
Sinkiang
S4 - 9/4
Alaska
S4 - 9/5
Siam
S4 - 9/6-8
Lecture Notes - Latin America
S4 - 10/1-3
Bulgaria
S4 - 10/4
Sweden
S4 - 10/5
Switzerland
S4 - 10/6
Turkey
S4 - 10/7
France
S4 - 10/8
Germany
S4 - 11/1
Britain
S4 - 11/2
Czechoslovakia
S4 - 11/3-4
Greece
S4 - 11/5-6
Rumania
S4 - 11/7
Hungary
S4 - 12/1
Hungary
S4 - 12/2-3
European Economy
S4 - 12/4
European Politics-Communists
S4 - 12/5
U.S. Politics-Communism
S4 - 12/6
Movie Pictures in Europe
S4 - 12/7
Poland
S4 - 13/1
European Trip-Personal
1947
S4 - 13/2
Committee on Foreign Affairs - Info Service
S4 - 13/3
Foreign Affairs-Mike's Trip to Europe
1947
S4 - 13/4
Portugal
S4 - 13/5
Norway
S4 - 13/6
Finland
S4 - 13/7
Luxembourg
S4 - 13/8
Spain
S4 - 14/1-4
Austria
S4 - 14/5
Belgium
S4 - 14/6
Denmark
S4 - 15/1
Italy
S4 - 15/2
Netherlands
S4 - 15/3
Greek, Turkish China Aid
1948
S4 - 15/4
Cultural Relational Exchange of Students
S4 - 15/5
Inter-American Military Cooperation Act, HR 3836
S4 - 15/6
International Refugee Organization
S4 - 15/7
International Sugar Agreement
1950
S4 - 15/8
Legislation: Foreign Affairs Committee
1947, 1949-1951
S4 - 15/9
Ratification of Treaties
S4 - 15/10
Academy for HR 1236-1770
S4 - 15/11
H.Con.Res. 214: Survey of Railroad to Alaska
S4 - 15/12
Philippine War Damage S-1033
S4 - 16/1
Foreign Affairs Peace Plan World
S4 - 16/2
Amendment to Charter of United Nations
S4 - 16/3
Foreign Affairs - Vietnam Renovation League
S4 - 16/4
Committee to Investigate Island Possessions
S4 - 16/5
Displaced Persons HR-2910
S4 - 16/6
Pan-American Day
S4 - 16/7
H.J. Res. 236 - ITO Charter
S4 - 16/8
Legislation: Point 4
S4 - 16/9
Economic Cooperation Administration
1949-1950
S4 - 16/10-11
Economic Cooperation Administration
1950
S4 - 16/12
International Wheat Agreement Conference
S4 - 16/13
Voice of America Information File
1949
S4 - 16/14
Trip to South America, November-December
1949
S4 - 16/15
Inter-American Highway
S4 - 16/16
Mike's Proposed Appointment as Assistant Secretary of State
S4 - 16/17
Philippine Rehabilitation HR-7600
S4 - 17/1
Foreign Affairs Miscellaneous
S4 - 17/2
Mike's Trip to UNESCO Conference, September
1949
S4 - 17/3
China Motor Corporation
S4 - 17/4
Shipping Goods to China
S4 - 17/5
H.Con. Res. 67 - Mike's World Federation Resolution on Atlantic Union-North Atlantic Pact
S4 - 17/6
United Nations Resolutions
S4 - 17/7
Loan to Spain
1950
S4 - 17/8
Undercover Men of the Democracy
S4 - 17/9
Manila Hemp, HR-8351
S4 - 17/10
United Nations
S4 - 18/1
C.B. Marshall Report re: S.A. Countries
S4 - 18/2
Shipment of Arms to Israel by Great Britain
S4 - 18/3
German Resolution
S4 - 18/4
Greek Resolution
S4 - 18/5
UNESCO Commission Proposed Trip to Florence, Italy
S4 - 18/6
Mike's Trip to Europe 6-8-51 at Eisenhower's Request
S4 - 18/7
U.S. Relations with China, White Paper
S4 - 18/8
Claim of Philippines Railway Co.: E.D. Alyea
S4 - 18/9
Americans Held by the Chinese Government
S4 - 18/10
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
S4 - 18/11
Formosa
S4 - 18/12
Dean Acheson - Alger Hiss
S4 - 18/13
Secretary of State Report to Congress
1950
S4 - 18/14
Russia
S4 - 18/15
American Inter-Parliamentary Congress
S4 - 18/16-17
China - Winter 1948-49
S4 - 18/18
China
S4 - 18/19
Economic Cooperation Administration Law Relating to Tourism
S4 - 18/20
Schuman Proposal
S4 - 18/21
Haiti
S4 - 18/22
"Care"
S4 - 18/23
Yugoslavian Relief Bill
S4 - 19/1
Cold War: E. Barrett Speech
S4 - 19/2
International Court of Justice
S4 - 19/3
Education of Foreign Students-Training
S4 - 19/4
Baseball Equipment for Italians
S4 - 19/5
HR-5020, Foreign Aid Bill
S4 - 19/6
Case of John Hvasta
S4 - 19/7
Treaty with Japan
S4 - 19/8
Mutual Security Program
S4 - 19/9
Korea Aid Bill
S4 - 19/10
Peace in Korea - Malik's Suggestion
S4 - 19/11
Richard Sorge, Communist Spy
S4 - 19/12
American Citizens: Vessels Under Foreign Flags Shipping to Red China
S4 - 19/13
World Government
S4 - 19/14
World Government Development Corporation Plan
S4 - 19/15
World Peace
S4 - 19/16
U.S. Membership in United Nations
S4 - 19/17
France
S4 - 19/18
Troops to Europe-Draft and UMT
S4 - 19/19
Aid to Israel
S4 - 19/20
German Steel and Armament Industries
S4 - 19/21
India Food Bill
S4 - 19/22
Material on MacArthur
S4 - 19/23
Replies on MacArthur
S4 - 19/24-25
Dismissal of MacArthur, Impeachment of Truman
S4 - 20/1-4
Dismissal of MacArthur, Impeachment of Truman
S4 - 20/5
Mike's Appointment to United Nations
November 1951
S4 - 21/1
Mike's Appointment to United Nations
November 1951
S4 - 21/2
Foreign Aid to Britain
1952
S4 - 21/3
Letters of Commendation after U.N. Trip
S4 - 21/4
Occupation of Japan: Policy and Progress, Japanese Constitution
S4 - 21/5
Lend Lease - China
S4 - 21/6
China Report
January 16, 1945
S4 - 21/7
Japan's Economy
July 9, 1945
S4 - 21/8
Outer Mongolia and Sinkiang
August 11, 1945
S4 - 21/9
International Cooperation
S4 - 21/10
Holland
S4 - 21/11
Legislation: Interim Aid to China
1947
S4 - 21/12
China
S4 - 21/13
Ambassador to China
S4 - 21/14
Purchase of Joseph Property in China
S4 - 21/15
Japan
1949
S4 - 21/16
Correspondence to Mike as Delegate to UN
S4 - 21/17
Stilwell Road
S4 - 21/18
Communists, etc.
S4 - 21/19
Release of American Air Men
S4 - 21/20
American Flyers Held in Hungary
S4 - 21/21
Atomic Weapons against Communist Aggression in Asia
S4 - 22/1
Appointment of General William Clark to Vatican
S4 - 22/2
Trial of Cardinal Mindzenty
S4 - 22/3
Mike's File Copy of the Foreign Policy of the U.S.
S4 - 22/4
The World University of America
S4 - 22/5
Office of Island Governments
S4 - 22/6-9
Korea: Communist China: Dean Acheson and Hoover Recommendations
S4 - 22/10
World Calendar
S4 - 22/11
Albania
S4 - 23/1
Lisbon and the Security of the Free World
S4 - 23/2
Guatemala
S4 - 23/3
Egypt
S4 - 23/4
S.J. 144 - Extension of Charters on Inter-island Vessels in Philippines
S4 - 23/5
S-2269, Battle Bill to Create an Atlantic Commission
S4 - 23/6
Indo-China, French
S4 - 23/7
San Francisco Conference
S4 - 23/8
Disposition of Air Bases Established during the War
S4 - 23/9
Bretton Woods Conference
S4 - 23/10
Dumbarton Oaks Conference
S4 - 23/11
European Refugees
S4 - 23/12
Jewish Question
S4 - 23/13
Butlers Report
S4 - 23/14
Relief to Occupied Countries
S4 - 23/15
Yalta Conference
S4 - 23/16
Lend Lease FEA
S4 - 23/17
Chapultepec Conference
S4 - 23/18
Japan
S4 - 23/19
Italy
S4 - 23/20
Alaska
S4 - 23/21
Peace Plans
S4 - 23/22
Korea
S4 - 23/23
Russia
S4 - 23/24
Spain
S4 - 23/25
Requests for World Peace
S4 - 23/26
Brazil
S4 - 23/27
Latin America
S4 - 23/28
Good Neighbor Policy-Latin America
S4 - 23/29
Gift to Uruguay
S4 - 23/30
Puerto Rico
S4 - 23/31
Latin America - General File
S4 - 24/1-2
Information on British Loans
S4 - 24/3-4
Pearl Harbor
S4 - 24/5
Importation of Swiss Ministers
S4 - 24/6
Greece
S4 - 24/7
London Meeting for Foreign Ministers
S4 - 24/8
Hon. George Atcheson, Jr.
S4 - 24/9
World Food
S4 - 24/10
General
S4 - 24/11
State Department Miscellaneous
S4 - 24/12
Appointment of Taylor to Vatican, 1946, Appointment of Rep. to succeed Taylor in 1950
1946, 1950
S4 - 24/13
Appointment of Dr. George Counts, Member UNESCO
S4 - 24/14
Poland
S4 - 24/15
Germany
S4 - 24/16
Next War
S4 - 24/17
Earl Browder
S4 - 24/18
European Refugees
S4 - 24/19
Philippines
S4 - 24/20
Appointment of Brig. Fitzroy McLear by British ( to screen Displaced Persons in Italy)
S4 - 24/21
Japan after Surrender
S4 - 25/1
American Policy in Far East
S4 - 25/1
Guam
S4 - 25/3
CARE
S4 - 25/4
Exportation of Petroleum Products to USSR
S4 - 25/5
Shipping Materials to Russia and Shipments under ERP
S4 - 25/6
Dismantling of German Industries
S4 - 25/7
Young Men's Service Clubs, World Council
S4 - 25/8
Committee on Investigation of Island Possessions
S4 - 25/9
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
S4 - 25/10
Correspondence on British Loans
S4 - 25/11-12
Ireland
S4 - 25/13
Yugoslavia
S4 - 25/14
Sakhalia
S4 - 25/15
France
S4 - 25/16
Siberia
S4 - 25/17
AraBureau of Indian Affairs Oil Pipeline
S4 - 25/18
General Mikhailovich
S4 - 25/19
India
S4 - 25/20
Battle of Attu
S4 - 25/21
Representation Women, UNO
S4 - 25/22
American Council
S4 - 25/23
Selling War Materials to Franco in Spain
S4 - 25/24
Resumption of Mail between US and Germany
S4 - 25/25
Churchill's Missouri Speech
S4 - 25/26
Loans to Foreign Countries
S4 - 25/27
Russian Loan
S4 - 25/28
Gold Exchange
S4 - 25/29
Location of United Nations Organization Capitol
S4 - 26/1
United Nations Charter
S4 - 26/2
New Guinea
S4 - 26/3
Trip to Philippines
S4 - 26/4-5
Demobilization CBI and Korea
S4 - 26/6-7
Demobilization and Redeployment
S4 - 26/8
Austria

Series V:  House: Federal Agencies, 1943-1953Return to Top

47.0 linear feet

This series covers a variety of federal agencies during Mansfield's tenure in the House. The material provides an excellent sample of the range of concerns and interests that a member of Congress faces. The folders contain material as mundane as the delivery of Christmas packages to troops and as critical as the food situation in Germany in 1945 and trimming manpower from the Marine Corps. The bulk of the series focuses on relatively basic issues like individual deferments and discharges from the Army.

The series contains information on the whole array of federal agencies, but the more visible and critical agencies receive more attention. As expected during this time period, the Army and Armed Forces files are extensive. They contain numerous letters from constituents on a variety of war-related topics. Most plead for emergency furloughs or deferments for friends or family members, hinting at the impact the war had on Montana families. There are also letters voicing concern over federal wartime policies like rationing and price supports for agriculture. Reports from various branches of the armed service appear throughout these folders. Besides deferments, there are numerous files concerning court martials, discharges, dependent benefits, and GI benefits. Reports and correspondence from the War Department, the State Department, the National Security Agency, and the Veteran's Administration round out these boxes. They address Reserve Officers Training Corps and training issues, prisoner of war exchanges, military contracts, and local draft boards.

Many other non-military agencies are also represented. Due to the extent of federal land in Montana and the importance of agriculture, the departments of the Interior and Agriculture figure prominently. The Federal Power Commission's proposal to import natural gas from Canada sparked controversy and elicited letters from around Montana. Small business owners seem particularly likely to voice concerns over federal agency policies. Their letters offer a nice survey of the range of small businesses in Montana in the late 1940s and the early 1950s. There are also letters between Mansfield and various agencies. Congressional hearings reports and copies of legislation are scattered throughout the series. Letters from congressional colleagues and interest groups accompany nearly every folder. The series also contains blueprints, photographs, copies of federal regulations, telegrams, press releases, and newspaper clippings.

The materials offer an excellent window on the complexity of the federal government. It also highlights the constant demands placed on members of Congress and the need for legislators to balance the demands of constituents with the demands of governing the nation.

This series was refoldered in 2013-2014 and a folder list was created. Citations of boxes and folders from prior to 2014 will not match the current box and folder arrangement. See archivist for details.

The series is arranged both chronologically and alphabetically. For example, the Armed Services occupy the first box in the series, followed by other agencies in alphabetical order, but the Army files for 1950-1952 reappear in box 60 near the end of the series. Overall the organization is relatively clear, but often boxes and folders contain overlapping information.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
S5 - 1/1
Armed Forces - Pat Whelan, status of ROTC students
1943
S5 - 1/2
Armed Forces - Transportation for wives overseas
1945
S5 - 1/3
Armed Forces - Food situation in Germany
1945
S5 - 1/4
Armed Forces - Deferment of 18 year olds
1945
S5 - 1/5
Armed Forces - Christmas packages
1945
S5 - 1/6
Armed Forces - Appiointments, ROTC, State University
1945
S5 - 1/7
Armed Forces - Discharge of conscientious objectors
1945
S5 - 1/8
Armed Forces - Aviation cadets
1945
S5 - 1/9
Armed Forces - Investigation, 93d Replacement Depot and demobilization
1945
S5 - 1/10
Armed Forces - Conditions in Okinawa
1945
S5 - 1/11
Armed Forces - Blue discharges
1946
S5 - 1/12
Armed Forces - Court Martial
1946
S5 - 1/13
Armed Forces - Mail in the Pacific
1946
S5 - 1/14
Armed Forces - Army/Navy program
1946
S5 - 1/15
Armed Forces - Officers Fraulein Dance
1946
S5 - 1/16
Armed Forces - Demobilization, 97th and 86th Divisions
5945
S5 - 1/17
Armed Forces - "American soldier killing two Japs" (Pfc. Joseph Hicawa
1946
S5 - 1/18
Armed Forces - Demobilization of Marine Corps
1945-1946
S5 - 1/19
Armed Forces - Congressional Medal of Honor winners
1946
S5 - 1/20
Armed Forces - Depoendency benefits
1943-1946
S5 - 1/21
Armed Forces - Depoendency benefits
1943-1946
S5 - 1/22
Armed Forces - School of Military Government
1943
S5 - 1/23
Armed Forces - Exchange of prisoners
1943
S5 - 1/24
Armed Forces - United Service Organizations
1942
S5 - 1/25
Armed Forces - Soldiers used for farm labor
1943
S5 - 1/26
Armed Forces - War Bond Division
1943-1944
S5 - 1/27
Armed Forces - Women Airforce Service Pilot (WASP)
1944
S5 - 2/1
Armed Forces - Requests for deferment
1943-1945
S5 - 2/2
Armed Forces - Deferment of Dr. Horace L. White
1946
S5 - 2/3
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, Richard Farnsworth
1946
S5 - 2/4
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, Arthur Knight
1945
S5 - 2/5
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, Michael Tomich
1945
S5 - 2/6
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, William McCarthy
1945
S5 - 2/7
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, Henry Snow
1946
S5 - 2/8
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, Loren G. Wercks
1946
S5 - 2/9
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, William Bailey
1945
S5 - 2/10
Armed Forces - Navy fulrough, John Byrne
1946
S5 - 2/11
Armed Forces - Emergency furlough, Emmett Michael Gilmore
1945
S5 - 2/12
Armed Forces - Emergency furloughs for service men
1945
S5 - 2/13
Armed Forces - Local draft boards
1943
S5 - 2/14
Armed Forces - College training program
1943-1944
S5 - 2/15
Armed Forces - Merchant Marine
1944-1946
S5 - 2/16
Armed Forces - Patton case
1943
S5 - 2/17
Armed Forces - Commissioning of Osteopaths in Navy
1943
S5 - 2/18
Armed Forces - Dental attention for trainees
1943
S5 - 2/19
Armed Forces - Deferment of students, Alice Powers
1943
S5 - 2/20
Armed Forces - Training of 18 year olds before combat duty
1945
S5 - 2/21
Armed Forces - Dental Corps officers
1943-1944
S5 - 2/22
Armed Forces - Prisoner of war labor
1945-1946
S5 - 2/23
Armed Forces - Return of the 163d Infantry
1945
S5 - 2/24
Armed Forces - Batter sales
1944
S5 - 3/1
Armed Forces - Cadet Nurse Corps
1944
S5 - 3/2
Armed Forces - Statistics on campaigns, battles, etc.
1943-1944
S5 - 3/3
War Production Board
1943-1945
S5 - 3/4
War Production Board - Directives M.388, MPR.578
1945
S5 - 3/5
War Production Board - Cotton goods
1945
S5 - 3/6
War Production Board - Lumber
1943-1945
S5 - 3/7
War Production Board - Amunition
1943-1944
S5 - 3/8
War Production Board - Anti-freeze
1943-1945
S5 - 3/9
War Production Board - Oscar Baarson
1943
S5 - 3/10
War Production Board - Renegotiation Acts
1943
S5 - 3/11
War Production Board - Work gloves
1944-1945
S5 - 3/12
War Production Board - Children's clothing
1943-1945
S5 - 3/13
War Production Board - Cartons and grocery bags
1943-1944
S5 - 3/14
War Production Board - Jute rope
1943
S5 - 3/15
War Production Board - Sign and decorative lighting
1943
S5 - 3/16
War Production Board - Fence staples
1943
S5 - 3/17
War Production Board - Smaller War Plants Corporation
1943
S5 - 3/18
War Production Board - Reel and cutter bar products
1943
S5 - 3/19
War Production Board - Watches
1943
S5 - 3/20
War Production Board - Caskets
1943
S5 - 4/1
War Production Board - Plumbing
1943
S5 - 4/2
War Production Board - Fishing tackle
1943-1944
S5 - 4/3
War Production Board - Brooder houses
1945
S5 - 4/4
War Production Board - Venetian blinds, cotton
1945
S5 - 4/5
War Production Board - DDT
1945
S5 - 4/6
War Production Board - Car production quotes
1945
S5 - 4/7
War Production Board - L-41 Order
1945
S5 - 4/8
War Production Board - Farm machinery and equipment
1943-1945
S5 - 4/9
Office of Price Administration - Corn products
1943-1946
S5 - 4/10
Office of Price Administration - Rationing, pork
1943-1944
S5 - 4/11
Office of Price Administration - Rationing, pharmaceuticals
1943
S5 - 4/12
Office of Price Administration - Rationing, stoves
1943
S5 - 4/13
Office of Price Administration - Rationing, shortening
1943
S5 - 4/14
Office of Price Administration - Automobile industry
1943
S5 - 4/15
Office of Price Administration - Point rationing
1943
S5 - 4/16
Office of Price Administration - Rubber rationing
1943
S5 - 4/17
Office of Price Administration - Rationing, gas
1943-1945
S5 - 4/18
Office of Price Administration - Rationing, oil
1942-1943
S5 - 4/19
Office of Price Administration - Rationing, canned foods
1943
S5 - 5/1
Office of Price Administration - Price Control Act
1944-1945
S5 - 5/2
Office of Price Administration - Price Control Act
1944-1945
S5 - 5/3
Office of Price Administration - Price Control Act
1944-1945
S5 - 5/4
Office of Price Administration - Miscellaneous
1944
S5 - 5/5
Office of Price Administration - Grocery regulations
1943-1944
S5 - 5/6
Office of Price Administration - Grocery regulations
1943-1944
S5 - 5/7
Office of Price Administration - Office at Deer Lodge
1945
S5 - 5/8
Office of Price Administration - Office at Butte
1945
S5 - 5/9
Office of Price Administration - Beer
1944-1945
S5 - 5/10
Office of Price Administration - Barber and beauty service
1945
S5 - 5/11
Office of Price Administration - Meeting on car prices
1945
S5 - 6/1
Office of Price Administration - Used cars
1943-1945
S5 - 6/2
Office of Price Administration - Construction industry
1943
S5 - 6/3
Office of Price Administration -Fertilizer Construction industry
1943
S5 - 6/4
Office of Price Administration - Furs
1944
S5 - 6/5
Office of Price Administration - Price adjustment, Garey Motor Co.
1945-1946
S5 - 6/6
Office of Price Administration - Grade labeling
1943-1944
S5 - 6/7
Office of Price Administration - Price on homes
1946
S5 - 6/8
Office of Price Administration - Prices on house furnishings
1945
S5 - 6/9
Office of Price Administration - Nylon hosiery regulations
1946
S5 - 6/10
Office of Price Administration - Price regulation, hosiery
1943-1946
S5 - 6/11
Office of Price Administration - Ready to wear
1944
S5 - 6/12
Office of Price Administration - Ice boxes
1943
S5 - 6/13
Office of Price Administration - Lawn mowers
1946
S5 - 6/14
Office of Price Administration - Lubri-gas
1945
S5 - 6/15
Office of Price Administration - Lumber
1945-1946
S5 - 6/16
Office of Price Administration - Laundries
1945
S5 - 6/17
Office of Price Administration - Locker boxes
1945
S5 - 6/18
Office of Price Administration - Machinery
1944
S5 - 6/19
Office of Price Administration - Mattress prices
1945
S5 - 6/20
Office of Price Administration - Photographic manufacturers
1946
S5 - 6/21
Office of Price Administration - Pianos
1945
S5 - 6/22
Office of Price Administration - Restaurant prices
1945-1946
S5 - 6/23
Office of Price Administration - Railroad ties
1946
S5 - 6/24
Office of Price Administration - Shoes
1943-1945
S5 - 6/25
Office of Price Administration - Steel
1946
S5 - 6/26
Office of Price Administration - Tires
1944
S5 - 6/27
Office of Price Administration - Baler twine
1946
S5 - 6/28
Office of Price Administration - Work clothing
1943-1944
S5 - 7/1
Office of Price Administration - Preticketing order, MPR 578
1945-1946
S5 - 7/2
Office of Price Administration - Auto parts prices
1946
S5 - 7/3
Office of Price Administration - Hardware items
1946
S5 - 7/4
Office of Price Administration - Farm implements
1946
S5 - 7/5
Office of Price Administration - Pork subsidy
1944
S5 - 7/6
Office of Price Administration - Price control on petroleum products
1946
S5 - 7/7
Office of Price Administration - Price regulation, MPR 237 and 238
1943
S5 - 7/8
Office of Price Administration - Resignation of Livingston price board
1946
S5 - 7/9
Office of Price Administration - Leather and hides
1946
S5 - 7/10
Office of Price Administration - Fish oil industry1946
1946
S5 - 7/11
Office of Price Administration - Price on mufflers
1946
S5 - 7/12
Office of Price Administration - Lead prices
1946
S5 - 7/13
Office of Price Administration - Prices on tallow
1946
S5 - 7/14
Office of Price Administration - Prices on building materials
1946
S5 - 7/15
Office of Price Administration - Meat
1943
S5 - 7/16
Office of Price Administration - Meat
1945
S5 - 8/1
Office of Price Administration - Meat
1946
S5 - 8/2
Office of Price Administration - Meat
1946
S5 - 8/3
Office of Price Administration - Subsidies
1943-1945
S5 - 8/4
Office of Price Administration - Subsidies
1943
S5 - 8/5
Office of Price Administration - Subsidies
1943
S5 - 8/6
Office of Price Administraiton - Subsidies
1943
S5 - 8/7
Office of Price Administration - Subsidies, clippings
1943
S5 - 9/1
Office of Price Administration - Eggs
1943
S5 - 9/2
Office of Price Administration - Apples
1945
S5 - 9/3
Office of Price Administration - Subsidy payments on Montna wheat
1944
S5 - 9/4
Office of Price Administration - Milk
1943-1946
S5 - 9/5
Office of Price Administration - Honey
1946
S5 - 9/6
Office of Price Administration - Flour
1943
S5 - 9/7
Office of Price Administration - Fresh fruit and vegetables
1944-1946
S5 - 9/8
Office of Price Administration - Ice cream mix
1945
S5 - 9/9
Office of Price Administration - Potatoes
1943-1945
S5 - 9/10
Office of Price Administration - #487 wheat
1944-1946
S5 - 9/11
Office of Price Administration - Meat quotas for June
1946
S5 - 9/12
Office of Price Administration - Lambs
1945
S5 - 9/13
Office of Price Administration - Hogs
1943-1944
S5 - 9/14
Office of Price Administration - Livestock
1943
S5 - 9/15
Office of Price Administration - Meat
1946
S5 - 10/1
Office of Price Administration - Butter
1943-1945
S5 - 10/2
Office of Price Administration - Butter fat
1943
S5 - 10/3
Forest Service
1948-1949
S5 - 10/4
Forest Service
1946-1947
S5 - 10/5
Forest Service
1944-1945
S5 - 10/6
Forest Service
1943
S5 - 10/7
Forest Service - Publications
1943-1949
S5 - 10/8
Interstate Commerce Commission - Freight rates
1945-1949
S5 - 11/1
Farm Security Administration
1943-1946
S5 - 11/2
Farm Security Administration
1943-1946
S5 - 11/3
Railroad Retirement Board
1946-1949
S5 - 11/4
Federal Home Loan Bank Administration
1943
S5 - 11/5
Securities and Exchange Commission
1945
S5 - 11/6
Bureau of Federal Supply
1948
S5 - 11/7
National Grange
1942
S5 - 11/8
Agriculture Department - Grasshopper control
1949-1950
S5 - 11/9
Agriculture Department - Grasshopper control
1949
S5 - 11/10
Civil Aeronautics Administration
1949
S5 - 11/11
Bureau of Animal Industry
1943-1949
S5 - 11/12
Agriculture Department -Export of flour to Europe
1949
S5 - 11/13
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarentine
1944
S5 - 11/14
State Department - Foreign Service Personnel
1949
S5 - 12/1
Labor - National War Labor Board
1943-1949
S5 - 12/2
Labor - National War Labor Board
1943-1949
S5 - 12/3
Indian Affairs Office - Appointment of A. A. Grorud
1947-1950
S5 - 12/4
Bureau of Land Management
1946-1949
S5 - 12/5
Bureau of Mines
1947-1949
S5 - 12/6
Census Bureau
1948-1949
S5 - 12/7
Library of Congress
1949
S5 - 12/8
Immigration Service
1944-1948
S5 - 12/9
Office of Education
1947
S5 - 12/10
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1943-1949
S5 - 12/11
Public Health
1944
S5 - 12/12
Federal Communications Commisssion
1943-1949
S5 - 12/13
Treasury Department
1946-1947
S5 - 12/14
Justice Department
1947-1949
S5 - 12/15
Economic Cooperation Administration
1949
S5 - 13/1
General Accounting Office
1949
S5 - 13/2
Federal Trade Commission
1948-1949
S5 - 13/3
Commerce - Crude Drugs
1948
S5 - 13/4
Displaced Persons Commission
1948-1949
S5 - 13/5
Custom Ports - Wild Horse and Willow Creek
1948
S5 - 13/6
Patent Office
1946
S5 - 13/7
Civil Service Commission
1943-1949
S5 - 13/8
Removal of J. Edgar Hoover
1950
S5 - 13/9
Food and Drug Administration - Dr. Koch
1949
S5 - 13/10
Federal Trade Commission - Peat industry
1949
S5 - 13/11
Central Intelligence Agency
1948
S5 - 13/12
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1948
S5 - 13/13
Air Policy Commission
1948
S5 - 13/14
Social Security Board
1943, 1947
S5 - 13/15
Bureau of Internal Revenue
1947-1949
S5 - 13/16
Cases under Taft-Hartley Law
1947
S5 - 13/17
Department of Labor
1943-1949
S5 - 13/18
Anaconda Rent Control
1944, 1949
S5 - 13/19
Housing Program - Architecture
1946
S5 - 13/20
Federal Housing Program - Rural loans
1949
S5 - 13/21
Office of Housing Expediter - Rent control in Butte
1947
S5 - 13/22
National Housing Agency
1945-1947
S5 - 14/1
Rent Control
1944-1949
S5 - 14/2
Rent Control
1944-1949
S5 - 14/3
Rent Control
1944-1949
S5 - 14/4
Rent Control
1944-1949
S5 - 14/5
Rent Control
1944-1949
S5 - 15/1
Agriculture - Miscelleneoous letters up to 1950
1948-1950
S5 - 15/2
Agriculture
1948-1950
S5 - 15/3
Agriculture
1948-1950
S5 - 15/4
Soil Conservation
1948-1950
S5 - 15/5
Soil Conservation
1948-1950
S5 - 15/6
Tariff Commission - Import of furs
1949
S5 - 15/7
State Department - Church of Christ Orphanage at Frascati, Italy
1950
S5 - 16/1
Agriculture - Potato situation
1950
S5 - 16/2
Agriculture - Requests for surplus commodities, eggs, milk, potatos
1950
S5 - 16/3
Agriculture - Wool
1947-1950
S5 - 16/4
Agriculture - Apples
1948-1950
S5 - 16/5
National Park Service
1947-1949
S5 - 16/6
Indian Claims Commission
1947-1948
S5 - 16/7
Export-Import Bank - Loan to Yugoslavia
1950
S5 - 16/8
Crop Insurance Corporation
1950
S5 - 16/9
Veterans Employment Service
1948
S5 - 16/10
Interior Department - Red Lodge/Cooke City road
1946
S5 - 16/11
State Department
1949-1950
S5 - 16/12
Interior Department - Acceptance of Government E Bonds as collateral
1946
S5 - 16/13
Interior Deptarment - Geological Survey
1943
S5 - 16/14
National Park Service - Entrance to Yellowstone Park
1946
S5 - 16/15
Bureau of Land Management - Mining assessment
1950
S5 - 16/16
Coal Strike of 1950
1950
S5 - 16/17
Railroad Strike of 1950
1950
S5 - 16/18
Interior Department - Oil
1950
S5 - 16/19
Fish and Wildlife Service
1943-1949
S5 - 17/1
Civilian Production Administration
1946
S5 - 17/2
Civilian Production Administration - Building permit for Daly Motor Co.
1946
S5 - 17/3
Civilian Production Administration -Eagles Lodge at Missoula
1946
S5 - 17/4
Civilian Production Administration - Priorities for boiler for cleaning business, Butte
1946
S5 - 17/5
Civilian Production Administration - Proposed theater at Havre
1946
S5 - 17/6
Civilian Production Administration - Construction of laundry at Sidney
1946
S5 - 17/7
Civilian Production Administration - Walford Electric Co., Missoula
1946
S5 - 17/8
Civilian Production Administraiton - Anaconda Fish Hatchery
1946
S5 - 17/9
Civilian Production Administration - John Ford's building, Hamilton
1946
S5 - 17/10
Civilian Production Administration - McAfee store at Drummond
1946
S5 - 17/11
Civilian Production Administration - McDaniel's Case, Ennis
1946
S5 - 17/12
Civilian Production Administration - Housing priorities, Garrison
1946
S5 - 17/13
Civilian Production Administration - C. J. Doherty printing press, Missoula
1946
S5 - 17/14
Civilian Production Administration - Manion Motors, Kalispell
1946
S5 - 17/15
Civilian Production Administration - Security State Bank, Polson
1947
S5 - 17/16
Civilian Production Administration - Naval armory, Butte
1946
S5 - 17/17
Civilian Production Administration - Addition to Montana State Univ.
1946
S5 - 17/18
Civilian Production Administration - Sam Mercer buildings, Missoula
1947
S5 - 17/19
Office of Housing Expediter - Bowling alley, Bozeman
1947
S5 - 17/20
Office of Housing Expediter - Repairs on Frank White home, Butte
1946
S5 - 17/21
Office of Housing Expediter - Polson theater
1947
S5 - 17/22
Office of Housing Expediter - Ladue Bowling Alley, Sheridan
1947
S5 - 17/23
Office of Housing Expediter - Golubin and Doah building, West Yellowstone
1948
S5 - 17/24
Office of Housing Expediter - Hotel at West Yellowstone
1946
S5 - 17/25
Office of Housing Expediter - Bowling alley, Miles City
1947
S5 - 17/26
Civilian Production Administration - Bowling alley, Butte
1947
S5 - 17/27
Office of Housing Expediter - John Anderson Club, Misoula
1947
S5 - 17/28
Surplus Property - Housing units at Benbow and Mouat Mines
1946
S5 - 17/29
Surplus Property - Fire truck, Ennis
1946
S5 - 17/30
Surplus Property - Motion picture machines
1945
S5 - 17/31
Surplus Property - Jeeps
1945
S5 - 17/32
Surplus Property - 16 mm projector
1945
S5 - 17/33
Surplus Property - Airplane hangers
1946
S5 - 17/34
Surplus Property - Barb wire
1946
S5 - 17/35
Surplus Property - Cut Bank airport
1946
S5 - 17/36
Surplus Property - Respirator or pullmotor
1945
S5 - 17/37
Surplus Property - Caterpiller
1946
S5 - 18/1
Surplus Property - Schools, SPA Reg. #14 and #19
1946
S5 - 18/2
Surplus Property - Lumber and plumbing fixtures, Lewistown airfield
1946
S5 - 18/3
Surplus Property - Veteran sales in surrounding states
1946
S5 - 18/4
Surplus Property - Glasgow airport
1946
S5 - 18/5
Surplus Property - Public address system
1946
S5 - 18/6
Surplus Property - Fire truck
1946
S5 - 18/7
Surplus Property - Montana State College
1946
S5 - 18/8
Surplus Property - Fire truck
1946
S5 - 18/9
Surplus Property - Sale of building at Spokane
1946
S5 - 18/10
Surplus Property - Depot sales
1945-1948
S5 - 18/11
Surplus Property - Depot sales
1945-1948
S5 - 18/12
Surplus Property - Letters after files were retired
1948
S5 - 18/13
Surplus Property - Butte warehouse
1946
S5 - 18/14
Surplus Property - Agriculture, beer
1946
S5 - 18/15
Surplus Property - Fire truck and ambulnce for Butte
1946
S5 - 18/16
Surplus Property - Fire Equipment for Sheridan
1946
S5 - 19/1
Surplus Property - Montana State University infirmary
1946
S5 - 19/2
Surplus Property - City of Bozeman
1946
S5 - 19/3
Surplus Property- Fire equipment for Kalispell
1946
S5 - 19/4
Surplus Property - Fire equipment for Columbia Falls
1946
S5 - 19/5
Surplus Property - Civilian Public Service Camp buildings at Terry
1946
S5 - 19/6
Surplus Property - Sales in Montana
1946
S5 - 19/7
Surplus Property - Sales to United Nations
1946
S5 - 19/8
Surplus Property -Reduction of forces in Helena office
1947
S5 - 19/9
Surplus Property - Montana State College, fire truck
1947
S5 - 19/10
Surplus Property - Housing, equipment at air fields
1946-1947
S5 - 19/11
Surplus Property - Typewriters for Anaconda Central High School
1946-1947
S5 - 19/12
Surplus Property - Quanset huts
1947
S5 - 19/13
Surplus Property - Appointment of director to succeed Helland
1947
S5 - 19/14
Surplus Property Requests
1946
S5 - 19/15
Surplus Property Requests
1946
S5 - 20/1
Surplus Property Requests
1946
S5 - 20/2
Surplus Property Requests
1947-1948
S5 - 20/3
Surplus Property Requests
1947-1948
S5 - 20/4
Surplus Property Requests
1947-1948
S5 - 20/5
Surplus Property Requests
1948-1948
S5 - 21/1
Surplus Property Requests
1947-1948
S5 - 21/2
Surplus Property Requests
1947-1948
S5 - 21/3
Surplus Property Requests
1947-1948
S5 - 21/4
Post Office - Alberton
1943-1945
S5 - 21/5
Post Office - Alberton
1943-1945
S5 - 21/6
Post Office - Alhambra
1943-1945
S5 - 21/7
Post Office - Apgar
1944
S5 - 21/8
Post Office - Arlee
1945
S5 - 21/9
Post Office - Austin
1946-1947
S5 - 21/10
Post Office - Baker
1949
S5 - 22/1
Post Office - Bearmouth
1949
S5 - 22/2
Post Office - Belgrade
1947
S5 - 22/3
Post Office - Belknap
1946
S5 - 22/4
Post Office - Belton
1949
S5 - 22/5
Post Office - Big Arm
1950
S5 - 22/6
Post Office - Big Fork
1945
S5 - 22/7
Post Office - Big Timber
1946
S5 - 22/8
Post Office - Billings
1950-1952
S5 - 22/9
Post Office - Billings
1950-1952
S5 - 22/10
Post Office - Bonner
1948
S5 - 22/11
Post Office - Bonner
1944
S5 - 22/12
Post Office - Bozeman
1944-1952
S5 - 22/13
Post Office - Bozeman
1944-1952
S5 - 23/1
Post Office - Bozeman
1944-1952
S5 - 23/2
Post Office - Bozeman
1944-1952
S5 - 23/3
Post Office - Bozeman
1944-1952
S5 - 23/4
Post Office - Brady
1952
S5 - 23/5
Post Office - Bridger
1952
S5 - 23/6
Post Office - Butte
1948-1952
S5 - 23/7
Post Office - Butte
1948-1952
S5 - 23/8
Post Office - Butte
1948-1952
S5 - 24/1
Post Office - Butte
1948-1952
S5 - 24/2
Post Office - Camas
1947-1952
S5 - 24/3
Post Office - Camas
1947-1952
S5 - 24/4
Post Office - Canyon Creek
1945-1946
S5 - 24/5
Post Office - Canyon Ferry
1949-1950
S5 - 24/6
Post Office -Cardwell
1944-1952
S5 - 24/7
Post Office - Carlyle
1950
S5 - 24/8
Post Office - Charlo
1948-1949
S5 - 25/1
Post Office - Chinook
1949
S5 - 25/2
Post Office - Clasoil
1943
S5 - 25/3
Post Office - Clinton
1944
S5 - 25/4
Post Office - Columbia Falls
1948
S5 - 25/5
Post Office - Condon
1952
S5 - 25/6
Post Office - Coram
1943-1950
S5 - 25/7
Post Office - Corvallis
1946-1952
S5 - 25/8
Post Office - Craig
1943-1949
S5 - 25/9
Post Office - Cut Bank
1950
S5 - 25/10
Post Office - Darby
1947-1948
S5 - 26/1
Post Office - Dayton
1945-1951
S5 - 26/2
Post Office - DeBorgia
1949-1952
S5 - 26/3
Post Office - Deer Lodge
1943-1944
S5 - 26/4
Post Office - Deer Lodge
1943-1944
S5 - 26/5
Post Office - Deer Lodge
1943-1944
S5 - 26/6
Post Office - Deer Lodge
1943-1944
S5 - 26/7
Post Office - Dell
1947-1951
S5 - 26/8
Post Office - Dillon
1949-1952
S5 - 27/1
Post Office - Divide
1943-1951
S5 - 27/2
Post Office - Dixon
1944-1952
S5 - 27/3
Post Office - Dixon
1944-1952
S5 - 27/4
Post Office - Drexel
1949-1950
S5 - 27/5
Post Office - Drummond
1950
S5 - 27/6
Post Office - Eddy
1951
S5 - 27/7
Post Office - Ekalaka
1949
S5 - 27/8
Post Office - Elliston
1945-1947
S5 - 27/9
Post Office - Elmo
1947-1951
S5 - 27/10
Post Office - Ennis
1949-1950
S5 - 27/11
Post Office - Essex
1949
S5 - 27/12
Post Office - Eureka
1949-1950
S5 - 28/1
Post Office - Eureka
1949-1950
S5 - 28/2
Post Office - Evaro
1943-1946
S5 - 28/3
Post Office - Florence
1943-1950
S5 - 28/4
Post Office - Fort Harrison
1943-1946
S5 - 28/5
Post Office - Fortine
1949-1951
S5 - 28/6
Post Office - Francis
1946-1948
S5 - 28/7
Post Office - Frazer
1952
S5 - 28/8
Post Office - Frenchtown
1948
S5 - 28/9
Post Office - Gallatin Gateway
1945-1947
S5 - 28/10
Post Office - Garrison
1951
S5 - 28/11
Post Office - Gateway
1950
S5 - 28/12
Post Office - Glen
undated
S5 - 28/13
Post Office - Glendive
1952
S5 - 28/14
Post Office - Grantsdale
1945-1952
S5 - 28/15
Post Office - Grayling
1947-1951
S5 - 28/16
Post Office - Great Falls
1947-1951
S5 - 29/1
Post Office - Hamilton
1947-1950
S5 - 29/2
Post Office - Harrison
1943-1947
S5 - 29/3
Post Office - Haugen
1948-1952
S5 - 29/4
Post Office - Haugen
1948-1952
S5 - 29/5
Post Office - Havre
1946
S5 - 29/6
Post Office - Helena
1944-1950
S5 - 29/7
Post Office - Helena
1946-1950
S5 - 29/8
Post Office - Helmville
1944-1945
S5 - 29/9
Post Office - Heron
1943
S5 - 29/10
Post Office - Homestake
1943-1950
S5 - 29/11
Post Office - Hot Springs
1944-1950
S5 - 29/12
Post Office - Hot Springs
1944-1950
S5 - 30/1
Post Office - Hot Springs
1944-1950
S5 - 30/2
Post Office - Hot Springs
1944-1950
S5 - 30/3
Post Office - Hungry Horse
1948-1951
S5 - 30/4
Post Office - Hungry Horse
1948-1951
S5 - 30/5
Post Office - Huson
1948-1949
S5 - 30/6
Post Office - Iron Mountain
1948-1949
S5 - 30/7
Post Office - Jackson
1946-1948
S5 - 30/8
Post Office - Jennings
1952
S5 - 30/9
Post Office - Jens
1952
S5 - 30/10
Post Office - Lake McDonald
1943-1950
S5 - 31/1
Post Office - Lakeside
1947-1949
S5 - 31/2
Post Office - Lewistown
1949
S5 - 31/3
Post Office - Libby
1950
S5 - 31/4
Post Office - Loma
1952
S5 - 31/5
Post Office - Lolo
1946-1947
S5 - 31/6
Post Office - Lone Pine
1949-1950
S5 - 31/7
Post Office - Lozeau
1943-1949
S5 - 31/8
Post Office - McAllister
1943-1946
S5 - 31/9
Post Office - Manhattan
1944-1945
S5 - 31/10
Post Office - Marion
1946
S5 - 31/11
Post Office - Marsh
1949
S5 - 31/12
Post Office - Martin City
1946-1949
S5 - 32/1
Post Office - Martin City
1946-1949
S5 - 32/2
Post Office - Marysfille
1945
S5 - 32/3
Post Office - Maxville
1946-1951
S5 - 32/4
Post Office - Melrose
1952
S5 - 32/5
Post Office - Menard
1946
S5 - 32/6
Post Office - Mike Horse
1943-1952
S5 - 32/7
Post Office - Miles City
1949-1951
S5 - 32/8
Post Office - Milltown
1943-1945
S5 - 32/9
Post Office - Missoula
1952
S5 - 33/1
Post Office - Missoula
1948-1951
S5 - 33/2
Post Office - Missoula
1943-1948
S5 - 33/3
Post Office - Missoula
1943-1948
S5 - 33/4
Post Office - Missoula investigation
1946-1950
S5 - 33/5
Post Office - Monida
1944-1947
S5 - 33/6
Post Office - Mosby
1949
S5 - 33/7
Post Office -Nimrod
1951
S5 - 33/8
Post Office - Norris
1949-1950
S5 - 34/1
Post Office - Noxon
1943-1945
S5 - 34/2
Post Office - Olney
1945-1949
S5 - 34/3
Post Office - Ovando
1946-1947
S5 - 34/4
Post Office - Paradise
1945
S5 - 34/5
Post Office - Perma
1943-1947
S5 - 34/6
Post Office - Philipsburg
1943-1952
S5 - 34/7
Post Office - Plains
1947-1950
S5 - 34/8
Post Office - Plains
1947-1950
S5 - 34/9
Post Office - Plains
1947-1950
S5 - 34/10
Post Office - Plentywood
1946-1949
S5 - 34/11
Post Office - Polebridge
1944-1951
S5 - 35/1
Post Office - Polson
1943-1950
S5 - 35/2
Post Office - Polson
1943-1950
S5 - 35/3
Post Office - Pony
1943
S5 - 35/4
Post Office - Potomac
1944
S5 - 35/5
Post Office - Proctor
1944
S5 - 35/6
Post Office - Radersburg
1944-1946
S5 - 35/7
Post Office - Ramsay
1949
S5 - 35/8
Post Office - Ravalli
1950-1952
S5 - 35/9
Post Office - Reichle
1946-1950
S5 - 35/10
Post Office - Rexford
1948
S5 - 35/11
Post Office - Richey
1950
S5 - 35/12
Post Office - Rivulet
1945
S5 - 35/13
Post Office - Rollins
1950
S5 - 35/14
Post Office - Ronan
1949-1952
S5 - 36/1
Post Office - Ronan
1943
S5 - 36/2
Post Office - Ronan
1943
S5 - 36/3
Post Office - Ronan
1943
S5 - 36/4
Post Office - Round Butte
1951
S5 - 36/5
Post Office - Roy
1949
S5 - 36/6
Post Office - St. Regis
1946
S5 - 36/7
Post Office - Saltese
1946-1952
S5 - 36/8
Post Office - Sand Springs
1950
S5 - 36/9
Post Office - Sappington
1945
S5 - 36/10
Post Office - Savage
1951
S5 - 36/11
Post Office - Schatz
1943-1950
S5 - 36/12
Post Office - Seeley Lake
1946-1949
S5 - 36/13
Post Office - Silver Bow
1943-1947
S5 - 36/14
Post Office - Silver Star
1950
S5 - 36/15
Post Office - Snider
1948-1950
S5 - 37/1
Post Office - Stark
1948-1950
S5 - 37/2
Post Office - Stevensville
1947-1949
S5 - 37/3
Post Office - Stryker
1949
S5 - 37/4
Post Office - Sula
1950
S5 - 37/5
Post Office - Superior
1946-1948
S5 - 37/6
Post Office - Tarkio
1946-1950
S5 - 37/7
Post Office - Three Forks
1951
S5 - 37/8
Post Office - Toston
1952
S5 - 37/9
Post Office - Townsend
1945-1952
S5 - 37/10
Post Office - Townsend
1945-1952
S5 - 38/1
Post Office - Townsend
1945-1952
S5 - 38/2
Post Office - Trail Creek
1945-1948
S5 - 38/3
Post Office - Trail Creek
1945-1948
S5 - 38/4
Post Office - Trail Creek
1945-1948
S5 - 38/5
Post Office - Trego
1943-1947
S5 - 38/6
Post Office - Trident
1948
S5 - 38/7
Post Office - Trout Creek
1945-1948
S5 - 38/8
Post Office - Troy
1949
S5 - 38/9
Post Office - Tuscor
1944-1946
S5 - 38/10
Post Office -Twin Bridges
1949
S5 - 38/11
Post Office - Varney
1943
S5 - 39/1
Post Office - Victor
1943-1951
S5 - 39/2
Post Office - Victor
1943-1951
S5 - 39/3
Post Office - Victor
1943-1951
S5 - 39/4
Post Office - Voda
1952
S5 - 39/5
Post Office - Virginia City
1951
S5 - 39/6
Post Office - Walkerville
1943-1944
S5 - 39/7
Post Office - Warland
1948
S5 - 39/8
Post Office - Warm Springs
1943-1949
S5 - 39/9
Post Office - Waterloo
1946-1950
S5 - 40/1
Post Office - Watkins
1949
S5 - 40/2
Post Office - West Glacier
1950
S5 - 40/3
Post Office - Whitefish
1943-1952
S5 - 40/4
Post Office - Whitefish
1943-1952
S5 - 40/5
Post Office - Whitehall
1944-1947
S5 - 40/6
Post Office - Whtiehall
1944-1947
S5 - 40/7
Post Office - Whitepine
1944
S5 - 40/8
Post Office - Wibaux
1949-1952
S5 - 40/9
Post Office - Willow Creek
1945-1952
S5 - 41/1
Post Office - Winston
1952
S5 - 41/2
Post Office - Wisdom
1943-1949
S5 - 41/3
Post Office - Wise River
1948
S5 - 41/4
Post Office - Wolf Creek
1943-1949
S5 - 41/5
Post Office - Woods Bay
1950
S5 - 41/6
Post Office - Woods Bay
1950
S5 - 41/7
Post Office - Woodworth
1945
S5 - 41/8
Post Office - Wyola
1950
S5 - 41/9
Post Office - Yakt
1949
S5 - 41/10
Post Office - Commemoration stamp, 75th anniversary of Yellowstone Park
1947
S5 - 41/11
Post Office - Discontinueance of Missoula to Miles City railway mail
1949
S5 - 41/12
Post Office - Mail route, Great Falls to Alaska
1949
S5 - 41/13
Post Office - Mail route, Great Falls to Alaska
1949
S5 - 42/1
Post Office - Substitute Railway Postal Clerks
1947-1949
S5 - 42/2
Post Office - Star Route Carrier increase under P.L. 669
1949
S5 - 42/3
Post Office - Star Route from Alta to Darby
1946
S5 - 42/4
Post Office - Star Route from Bozeman to West Yellowstone
1946
S5 - 42/5
Post Office - Star Route from Cooke City to Gardiner
1950
S5 - 42/6
Post Office - Star Route from Wisdom to Jackson
1946
S5 - 42/7
Post Office - Lewistown to Glendive postal service
1950
S5 - 42/8
Post Office - General
1943-1952
S5 - 42/9
Post Office - General
1943-1952
S5 - 42/10
Post Office - General
1943-1952
S5 - 42/11
Post Office - General
1943-1952
S5 - 43/1
Post Office - General
1943-1952
S5 - 43/2
Post Office - General
1943-1952
S5 - 43/3
Post Office - General
1943-1952
S5 - 43/4
Post Office - Out of district
1943-1952
S5 - 43/5
Post Office - Out of district
1943-1952
S5 - 44/1
Post Office - 82d Congress
1951-1952
S5 - 44/2
Post Office - 82d Congress
1951-1952
S5 - 44/3
Agriculture - Soil Conservation Service
1943-1949
S5 - 44/4
Agriculture - Soil Conservation Service
1943-1949
S5 - 44/5
Agriculture - Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation
1943
S5 - 44/6
Agriculture - Farm income
1944
S5 - 44/7
Agriculture - Crop insutrance
1946
S5 - 44/8
Agriculture - Production Credit Association
1943-1944
S5 - 44/9
Agriculture - Agricultural Adjustment Agency
1943-1945
S5 - 44/10
Agriculture - Comodity Credit Corporation
1943-1945
S5 - 45/1
Agriculture - Removal of tariffs on beef
1946
S5 - 45/2
Agriculture - Removal of Secretary Anderson
1946
S5 - 45/3
Agriculture - Farm production program
1942-1943
S5 - 45/4
Agriculture - Farm production program
1942-1943
S5 - 45/5
Agriculture - War Food Administration
1945
S5 - 45/6
Agriculture - War Food Order 144, wheat, flour, bread
1946
S5 - 45/7
Agriculture - War Food Order 144, wheat, flour, bread
1946
S5 - 45/8
Agriculture - War Food Order 144, grain for livestock
1946-1947
S5 - 45/9
Agriculture - War Food Order 144, grain for breweries
1946
S5 - 46/1
Agriculture - Forest Service
1950-1952
S5 - 46/2
Agriculture - Forest Service
1950-1952
S5 - 46/3
Agriculture - Forest Service
1950-1952
S5 - 46/4
Agriculture - Forest Service
1950-1952
S5 - 46/5
Agriculture - Farmers Home Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 47/1
Agriculture - Soil Conservation Service
1951-1952
S5 - 47/2
Agriculture - Forest Service, Sleeping Child road project
1949-1951
S5 - 47/3
Agriculture - Rural Electrification Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 47/4
Agriculture - Rural Electrification Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 47/5
Agriculture - Rural Electrification Administration, Big Flat
1952
S5 - 47/6
Agriculture - Rural Electrification Administration, Big Flat
1952
S5 - 47/7
Agriculture - Surplus potatoes
1947
S5 - 47/8
Agriculture - Surplus beans
1947
S5 - 47/9
Agriculture - Hides and leathers
1947
S5 - 47/10
Agriculture - Evaporated milk
1947
S5 - 47/11
Agriculture - PMA, "Eisenhower Plan,"
1946
S5 - 47/12
Agriculture - Food shortage
1946
S5 - 47/13
Agriculture - Decontrol of honey
1946
S5 - 47/14
Agriculture - Molasses for livestock
1945
S5 - 47/15
Agriculture - Sour pitted cherries
1946
S5 - 47/16
Agriculture - Dairy industry
1943
S5 - 48/1
Agriculture - Milk control
1943
S5 - 48/2
Agriculture - Budget appropriations
1943-1945
S5 - 48/3
Agriculture - Cheese
1943
S5 - 48/4
Agriculture - Wheat
1943
S5 - 48/5
Agriculture - Farmers Union
1943
S5 - 48/6
Agriculture - Farm labor
1943
S5 - 48/7
Agriculture - Farm bloc
1943
S5 - 48/8
Agriculture - War crops
1943
S5 - 48/9
Agriculture - Incentive payments
1943
S5 - 48/10
Agriculture - Food production
1943
S5 - 48/11
Agriculture - Protein concentrates
1943-1946
S5 - 48/12
Agriculture - Annual Report
1945
S5 - 48/13
Agriculture - Rural Electrification Administration
1945
S5 - 48/14
Agriculture - Sugar beets
1943-1944
S5 - 48/15
Agriculture - Sugar beets
1943-1944
S5 - 49/1
Agriculture - Labor for sugar beet harvest
1944-1947
S5 - 49/2
Agriculture - Labor for sugar beet harvest
1944-1947
S5 - 49/3
Agriculture - Labor for sugar beet harvest
1944-1947
S5 - 49/4
Agriculture - Labor for sugar beet harvest
1944-1947
S5 - 49/5
Agriculture - Labor for sugar beet harvest
1944-1947
S5 - 50/1
Agriculture - Labor for sugar beet harvest
1944-1947
S5 - 50/2
Agriculture
1949-1952
S5 - 50/3
Agriculture
1949-1952
S5 - 50/4
Agriculture
1949-1952
S5 - 50/5
Agriculture
1949-1952
S5 - 51/1
Agriculture
1949-1952
S5 - 51/2
Agriculture
1949-1952
S5 - 51/3
Agriculture - Foot and mouth disease laboratory
1952
S5 - 51/4
Agriculture - Foot and mouth disease laboratory
1952
S5 - 51/5
Agriculture - Foot and mouth disease in Canada
1952
S5 - 51/6
Agriculture - Sugar
1952
S5 - 52/1
Agriculture - Sugar
1952
S5 - 52/2
Treasury - Bureau of Customs
1950-1951
S5 - 52/3
Commerce
1950-1952
S5 - 52/4
Commerce - Bureau of Census
1951
S5 - 52/5
Commerce - Civil Aeronautics Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 52/6
Commerce - Civil Aeronautics Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 52/7
Commerce - Civil Aeronautics Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 52/8
Commerce - Patent Office
1950-1952
S5 - 53/1
Commerce - Weather Bureau
1951
S5 - 53/2
Commerce - Maritime Commission
1951
S5 - 53/3
Justice - Federal Bureau of Investigation
1950-1952
S5 - 53/4
Justice - Dismissal of John Rogge
1947
S5 - 53/5
Justice
1947
S5 - 53/6
Justice - Immigration and Naturalizzation
1950-1952
S5 - 53/7
Justice - Immigration and Naturalizzation
1950-1952
S5 - 53/8
Justice - Immigration and Naturalizzation
1950-1952
S5 - 53/9
Justice - Immigration and Naturalizzation
1950-1952
S5 - 54/1
Justice - Immigration and Naturalization
1950-1952
S5 - 54/2
Supreme Court
1951
S5 - 54/3
Office of Price Stabilization - Copper
1952
S5 - 54/4
Office of Price Stabilization - Regulation 7
1951
S5 - 54/5
Economic Stabilization Agency - Jobs
1951
S5 - 54/6
Economic Stabilization Agency - Jobs
1951
S5 - 54/7
Economic Stabilization Agency - Jobs
1951
S5 - 55/1
Economic Stabilization Agency - Jobs
1951
S5 - 55/2
Economic Stabilization Agency - Jobs
1951
S5 - 55/3
Economic Stabilization Agency - Jobs
1951
S5 - 55/4
Economic Stabilization Agency - Allocation of western Montana to Minnesota lumber
1951
S5 - 55/5
Economic Stabilization Agency - Union shop
1951
S5 - 55/6
Economic Stabilization Agency - Office of Price Stabilization
1951-1952
S5 - 55/7
Economic Stabilization Agency - Smelter Mines Union
1951
S5 - 55/8
Economic Stablization Agency - Price control, re: appointments
1951
S5 - 56/1
Economic Stabilization Agency
1951
S5 - 56/2
Economic Stabilization Agency
1951
S5 - 56/3
Economic Stabilization Agency - Wage Control Board
1951-1952
S5 - 56/4
Economic Stabilization Agency - Wage Control Board
1951-1952
S5 - 56/5
Economic Stabilization Agency - Wage Control Board
1951-1952
S5 - 56/6
Economic Stabilization Agency - Price stabilization
1951-1952
S5 - 57/1
Economic Stabilization Agency - Price stabilization
1951-1952
S5 - 57/2
Economic Stabilization Agency - Price stabilization
1951-1952
S5 - 57/3
Economic Stabilization Agency - Price stabilization
1951-1952
S5 - 57/4
Federal Power Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 57/5
Federal Power Commission - Natural gas from Canada to Montana
1951
S5 - 57/6
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 58/1
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 58/2
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 58/3
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 58/4
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 58/5
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 59/1
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 59/2
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 59/3
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 59/4
Federal Power Commission - Importation of natural gas from Canada
1951-1952
S5 - 59/5
War Manpower Commission
1944-1945
S5 - 59/6
Civilian Production Administration - Work clothes
1945
S5 - 59/7
Civilian Production Administration - Appoint of district manager, Helena
1946
S5 - 59/8
Civilian Production Administration - Flour bags
1946
S5 - 59/9
Civilian Production Administration - Priorities fo building materials
1946
S5 - 59/10
Civilian Production Administration - Canvas gloves
1946
S5 - 59/11
Civilian Production Administration - Batteries
1946
S5 - 59/12
Civilian Production Administration - Lumber for honey industry
1946
S5 - 59/13
Civilian Production Administration - Miscellaneous
1946-1947
S5 - 60/1
Civilian Production Administration - Building materials for farms
1946
S5 - 60/2
Civilian Production Administration - Textiles, Order M-317A
1946
S5 - 60/3
Civilian Production Administration - Lead tetraethyl allotment
1946
S5 - 60/4
Civilian Production Administration - Cotton handkerchiefs, Order M-317A
1946
S5 - 60/5
Civilian Production Administration - Glass
1946
S5 - 60/6
Civilian Production Administraiton - Farm equipment
1946
S5 - 60/7
Civilian Production Administration - Anti-freeze
1946
S5 - 60/8
Civilian Production Administration - Tires
1946
S5 - 60/9
Civilian Production Administration - Compliance case, Victor Sager
1946-1947
S5 - 60/10
Civilian Production Administration - Fenders grocery store
1946-1947
S5 - 60/11
Civilian Production Administration - Western Montana Clinic
1946
S5 - 60/12
Civilian Production Administration - Tiny Browne's Tavern
1946
S5 - 60/13
Civilian Production Administration - Hospital 15 Whitefish
1946
S5 - 60/14
Civilian Production Administration - Priority for Drummond school addition
1946
S5 - 60/15
Civilian Production Administration - Priorities for Unemployment Compensation Commission
1946
S5 - 60/16
Civilian Production Administration - Gold Medal Dairies, Missoula
1946-1947
S5 - 60/17
Civilian Production Administration - Garden City Dairy, Missoula
1946-1947
S5 - 60/18
Office of War Information
1943-1945
S5 - 60/19
Office of Defense Transportation
1942-1944
S5 - 60/20
Office of Defense Transportation - War Committee on Conventions
1945
S5 - 60/21
Office of Defense Transportation - Market Week
1945
S5 - 61/1
Office of Defense Transportation - Distribution of box cars
1943-1945
S5 - 61/2
Office of Defense Transportation - Transportation for selective servicemen
1943-1944
S5 - 61/3
Office of Defense Transportation - Order #17, amendment 3B
1943
S5 - 61/4
Office of Defense Transportation - Order #17 - deliveries
S5 - 61/5
Office of Defense Transportation - Black market, re: train reservations
1946
S5 - 61/6
War Department - Transfer of Army breeding Plan from remount service to Dept. of Agricultire
1946-1947
S5 - 61/7
War Manpower Commission - Officers preference over enlisted men
1945
S5 - 61/8
Office of War Information
1943-1945
S5 - 61/9
War Relocation Authority
1943
S5 - 61/10
Government's war program
1951
S5 - 61/11
War Claims Commission
1951-1952
S5 - 61/12
Defense Production Administration
1952
S5 - 61/13
Defense Production Administration - Designation of Great Falls as critical housing area
1952
S5 - 61/14
Defense Production Administration - Phillips oil strike
1952
S5 - 61/15
Bureau of Public Buildings - Del Bonita Border Station
1952
S5 - 61/16
Bureau of Public Buildings
1952
S5 - 61/17
International Monetary Fund
1951
S5 - 61/18
Indian Claims Commission
1951
S5 - 61/19
General Services Administration - Defense Materials Procurement Agency
1951-1952
S5 - 62/1
General Services Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 62/2
General Services Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 62/3
Federal Housing Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 62/4
Federal Housing Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 62/5
Office of Price Control
1951-1952
S5 - 62/6
Public Housing Administration - Stewart Homes, Helena
1952
S5 - 62/7
Federal Housing Administration - Housing and home finance, Anaconda
1951-1952
S5 - 62/8
Housing and Home Finance Agency
1950-1952
S5 - 63/1
Housing and Home Finance Agency
1950-1952
S5 - 63/2
Public Housing Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 63/3
Public Housing Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 63/4
Fedeal Security Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 63/5
General Accounting Office
1950-1952
S5 - 63/6
General Accounting Office
1950-1952
S5 - 64/1
Federal Supply Service
1951-1952
S5 - 64/2
Government Printing Office
1951
S5 - 64/3
Federal Trade Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 64/4
Federal Communications Commission - Appointment of Fanny Litvin
1952
S5 - 64/5
Federal Communications Commission - Appointment of Alfred Dougherty
1952
S5 - 64/6
Federal Communications Commission - Television
1951
S5 - 64/7
Federal Communicaitons Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 64/8
Federal Communications Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 64/9
Tariff Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 64/10
White House
1951
S5 - 64/11
Interstate Commerce Commission
1944-1947
S5 - 65/1
Federal Security Agency - Office of Education
1950-1952
S5 - 65/2
Federal Security Agency - Office of Education
1950-1952
S5 - 65/3
Federal Security Agency - Office of Education
1950-1952
S5 - 65/4
Securities and Exchange Commission
1952
S5 - 65/5
National Youth Administration
1943
S5 - 65/6
Appointment of Dederal Secufity Administrator
1945
S5 - 65/7
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
1943-1945
S5 - 65/8
National Resources Planning Board
1943, 1947
S5 - 65/9
Public Works Administration
1945
S5 - 65/10
Federal Civil Defense Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 65/11
Water Resources Policy Commission
1951
S5 - 66/1
Social Security Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 66/2
Social Security Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 66/3
Social Security Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 66/4
Social Security Administration
1950-1952
S5 - 66/5
Office of Price Administration - Sugar rationing
1944-1947
S5 - 67/1
Office of Price Administration - Sugar rationing
1944-1947
S5 - 67/2
Office of Price Administration - Sugar rationing
1944-1947
S5 - 67/3
Office of Price Administration - Sugar rationing
1944-1947
S5 - 67/4
Office of Price Administration - Sugar rationing
1944-1947
S5 - 67/5
Office of Price Administration - Sugar rationing
1944-1947
S5 - 67/6
Office of Housing Expediter, Hot Springs Clinic
1947
S5 - 68/1
Office of Housing Expediter - Theater at Chinook, Bonifas
1947
S5 - 68/2
Office of Housing Expediter - Use of sugar for alcoholic beverages
1945
S5 - 68/3
Office of Civilian Defense
1944
S5 - 68/4
Office of Price Administration - Geneeral
1943-1947
S5 - 68/5
Office of Price Administration - Geneeral
1943-1947
S5 - 68/6
Office of Price Administration - Geneeral
1943-1947
S5 - 68/7
Office of Price Administration - Geneeral
1943-1947
S5 - 68/8
Office of Civilian Defense - Progressive Buildings case, Kalispell
1946-1947
S5 - 69/1
Office of Civilian Defense - Progressive Builders case, Kalispell
1946-1947
S5 - 69/2
Interstate Commerce Commission - Freight rates
1951-1952
S5 - 69/3
Interstate Commerce Commission
1951-1952
S5 - 69/4
Interstate Commerce Commission
1951-1952
S5 - 69/5
Interstate Commerce Commission
1951-1952
S5 - 69/6
Library of Congress
1951-1952
S5 - 70/1
Library of Congress
1951-1952
S5 - 70/2
Library of Congress
1951-1952
S5 - 70/3
Office of Housing Expediter
1950-1952
S5 - 70/4
Railroad Retirement Board
1950-1952
S5 - 70/5
National Security Resources Board
1950
S5 - 70/6
Public Health Service
1950-1952
S5 - 70/7
Small Defense Plants Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 71/1
Bureau of Public Roads
1950-1952
S5 - 71/2
Bureau of Public Roads
1950-1952
S5 - 71/3
Coast Guard
1951
S5 - 71/4
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1951
S5 - 71/5
Federal Reserve System - Regulation W
1949-1951
S5 - 71/6
Federal Reserve System - Regulation W
1949-1951
S5 - 71/7
Atomic Energy Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 71/8
Atomic Energy Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 72/1
Central Intelligence Agency
1951
S5 - 72/2
Civil Servie Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 72/3
Civil Servie Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 72/4
Civil Servie Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 72/5
Civil Servie Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 72/6
Civil Servie Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 73/1
Civil Service Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 73/2
Civil Service Commission
1950-1952
S5 - 73/3
Office of Coordinator of Information
1951
S5 - 73/4
Defense Transport Administration
1951
S5 - 73/5
Displaced Persons Commission
1951-1952
S5 - 73/6
Economic Cooperation Administration
1951
S5 - 73/7
Office of Price Stabilization - Potato roll back
1952
S5 - 73/8
Office of Price Stabilization - Potato roll back
1952
S5 - 73/9
Panama Canal
1951
S5 - 74/1
Contracts Re-Negotiation Board - Alaska
1952
S5 - 74/2
Institute of Inter-American Affairs
1951
S5 - 74/3
National Capital Housing Authority
1952
S5 - 74/4
National Archives
1951-1952
S5 - 74/5
National Labor Relations Board
1952
S5 - 74/6
Interior Department - Appointment as Secretary
1946, 1949
S5 - 74/7
Interior Department
1950-1952
S5 - 74/8
Interior Department
1950-1952
S5 - 74/9
Interior Department
1950-1952
S5 - 74/10
Interior Department
1950-1952
S5 - 75/1
Interior Department - Fish and Wildlife Servide
1950
S5 - 75/2
Interior Department - Fishd and Wildlife Servide, re: fish ladders, Thompson Falls dam
1950
S5 - 75/3
Interior Department - Flathead irrigation project, Mission irrigation district contract
1951
S5 - 75/4
Interior Department - Defense Minerals Administration
1951
S5 - 75/5
Interior Department - Defense Minerals Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 75/6
Interior Department - Defense Minerals Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 75/7
Interior Department - Defense Minerals Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 75/8
Interior Department - Defense Electric Power Administration
1951
S5 - 76/1
Interior Department - Defense Minerals Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 76/2
Interior Department - Defense Minerals Administration
1951-1952
S5 - 76/3
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Managment
1950-1952
S5 - 76/4
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Managment
1950-1952
S5 - 76/5
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Managment
1950-1952
S5 - 77/1
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management
1950-1952
S5 - 77/2
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management
1950-1952
S5 - 77/3
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management
1950-1952
S5 - 77/4
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management
1950-1952
S5 - 77/5
Interior Department - Bureau of Indian Affairs, sale of timber on Flathead Reservation
1952
S5 - 77/6
Interior Department - Bureau of Indian Affairs, Polson drainage project
1951-1952
S5 - 77/7
Interior Department - Bureau of Indian Affairs, Flathead irrigation project to Billings
1951
S5 - 78/1
Interior Department - Bureau of Land Management, land sale in case of Joseph Kountz
1950-1951
S5 - 78/2
Interior Department - Bureau of Indian Affairs
1951-1952
S5 - 78/3
Interior Department - Bureau of Indian Affairs
1951-1952
S5 - 78/4
Interior Department - Bureau of Indian Affairs
1951-1952
S5 - 78/5
Interior Department - Bureau of Indian Affairs
1951-1952
S5 - 79/1
Interior Department - Bureau of Indain Affairs
1951-1952
S5 - 79/2
Interior Department - Bureau of Indain Affairs
1951-1952
S5 - 79/3
Interior Department - Bureau of Indain Affairs
1951-1952
S5 - 79/4
Interior Department - Bureau of Mines
1950-1952
S5 - 79/5
Interior Department - Bureau of Mines
1950-1952
S5 - 80/1
Interior Department - Bureau of Mines
1950-1952
S5 - 80/2
Interior Department - Bureau of Mines
1950-1952
S5 - 80/3
Interior Department - Defense Mininerals Administration, Amador Mininte Co.
1951
S5 - 80/4
Interior Department - U. S. vs. M. W. Mouat, et. al.
1951
S5 - 80/5
Interior Department - Petroleum Administration for Defense
1951
S5 - 80/6
Interior Department - Petroleum Administration for Defense
1951
S5 - 80/7
Interior Department - National Park Service
1950-1952
S5 - 80/8
Interior Department - National Park Service, elk situation
1951
S5 - 81/1
Interior Department - Bureau of Reclamation
1950-1952
S5 - 81/2
Interior Department - Bureau of Reclamation
1950-1952
S5 - 81/3
Interior Department - Bureau of Reclamation
1950-1952
S5 - 81/4
Interior Department - Bureau of Reclamation, Williston-Glendive transmission line
1951
S5 - 81/5
Labor - John L. Lewis
1946
S5 - 81/6
Labor - Threatened railroad strike
1944
S5 - 81/7
Labor - National Labor Relations Board
1943-1946
S5 - 81/8
Labor - Petrillo (clippings)
undated
S5 - 81/9
Labor - Activities of Eddie Rickenbacjer
1043
S5 - 81/10
Labor - Wage regulation
1943-1947
S5 - 81/11
Labor - 48 hour week
1943
S5 - 81/12
Labor - Lumber strike
1946
S5 - 81/13
Labor - Boycotte in electrical industry
1946
S5 - 82/1
Labor - Leaders
1946
S5 - 82/2
Labor - Coal strike
1946
S5 - 82/3
Agriculture - Seizure of farm equipment plants
1946
S5 - 82/4
Labor - Seizure off J. I. Case plants
1946
S5 - 82/5
Labor - Truck crivers cases, Butte
1946
S5 - 82/6
Labor - Removal of Secretary Krug
1947
S5 - 82/7
Labor - Butte miners strike
1946
S5 - 82/8
Labor - Butte miners strike
1946
S5 - 82/9
Labor - Butte miners strike
1946
S5 - 82/10
Labor - Butte miners strike
1946
S5 - 82/11
Labor - Butte miners strike
1946
S5 - 82/12
Labor - Strikes
1943
S5 - 83/1
Labor - Monggomery Ward case
1944
S5 - 83/2
Labor - Monggomery Ward case (clippings)
1944
S5 - 83/3
Labor and Unions
1943-1946
S5 - 83/4
Labor - Absenteeism
1943-1944
S5 - 83/5
Labor - Absenteeism (clippings)
1943-1944
S5 - 83/6
Labor - Veterans' Employment Service
1946
S5 - 83/7
Federal employees
1943
S5 - 83/8
Fair Employment Practice Committee (clippings)
1945
S5 - 83/9
Labor - Railroad strike
1951
S5 - 83/10
Labor - Railroad wage increase
1951-1952
S5 - 83/11
Labor - Railroad reduction
1950
S5 - 83/12
Labor - Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Division
1951
S5 - 83/13
Labor - Defense Manpower Administration
1951
S5 - 83/14
Labor - Wage contracts
1951
S5 - 83/15
Commerce Department - Defense Production Inquiry Center
1951
S5 - 83/16
Commerce Department - Tin kproduction
1948-1949
S5 - 83/17
Commerce Department - National Production Authority, steel for catapillars, etc.
1951
S5 - 83/18
Commerce Department - National Production Authority, cans for beer
1951-1952
S5 - 84/1
Commerce Department - National Production Authority
1951-1952
S5 - 84/2
Commerce Department - National Production Authority
1951-1952
S5 - 84/3
Commerce Department - National Production Authority
1951-1952
S5 - 84/4
Commerce Department - National Production Authority
1951-1952
S5 - 84/5
Commerce Department - National Production Authority
1951-1952
S5 - 85/1
Commerce Department - National Production Authority
1951-1952
S5 - 85/2
Commerce Department - National Production Authority
1951-1952
S5 - 85/3
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1950-1952
S5 - 85/4
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1950-1952
S5 - 85/5
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1950-1952
S5 - 85/6
Reconstruction Finance Corporation, closing of Helena office
1951
S5 - 85/7
Board of Econic Warfare
1943
S5 - 86/1
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 86/2
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 86/3
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 86/4
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 86/5
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 87/1
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 87/2
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 87/3
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 87/4
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 87/5
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 88/1
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 88/2
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 88/3
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 88/4
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 88/5
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 89/1
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 89/2
State Department
1950-1952
S5 - 89/3
State Department - Visa case, Chin Lew Sun
1951
S5 - 89/4
State Department - U. S. Commission for UNESCO
1951-1952
S5 - 89/5
Treasury Department -Bureau of Internal Revenue - Wagering tax on punch cards, etc.
1951
S5 - 89/6
Treasury Department
1951-1952
S5 - 89/7
Treasury Department - Bureau of Customs
1950-1952
S5 - 90/1
Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue
1950-1952
S5 - 90/2
Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue
1950-1952
S5 - 90/3
Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue
1950-1952
S5 - 90/4
Treasury Department - Bureau of Internal Revenue
1950-1952
S5 - 90/5
National Mediation Board
1951-1952
S5 - 91/1
National Mediation Board
1951-1952
S5 - 91/2
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
1952
S5 - 91/3
Labor Department
1950-1952
S5 - 91/4
Labor Department
1950-1952
S5 - 91/5
Discharge and release from service - A
1945-1946
S5 - 91/6
Discharge and release from service - B
1945-1946
S5 - 91/8
Discharge and release from service - B
1945-1946
S5 - 92/1
Discharge and release from service - B
1945-1946
S5 - 92/2
Discharge and release from service - Doctor J. M. Brooke
1945-1946
S5 - 92/3
Discharge and release from service - B
1945-1946
S5 - 92/4
Discharge and release from service - C
1945-1946
S5 - 92/5
Discharge and release from service - C
1945-1946
S5 - 92/6
Discharge and release from service - D
1945-1946
S5 - 93/1
Discharge and release from service - D
1945-1946
S5 - 93/2
Discharge and release from service - E
1945-1946
S5 - 93/3
Discharge and release from service - Victor Fall
1945-1946
S5 - 93/4
Discharge and release from service - F
1945-1946
S5 - 93/5
Discharge and release from service - Louis Flaherty
1945-1946
S5 - 93/6
Discharge and release from service - F
1945-1946
S5 - 93/7
Discharge and release from service - G
1945-1946
S5 - 94/1
Discharge and release from service - H
1945-1946
S5 - 94/2
Discharge and release from service - H
1945-1946
S5 - 94/3
Discharge and release from service - H
1945-1946
S5 - 94/4
Discharge and release from service - J
1945-1946
S5 - 94/5
Discharge and release from service - K
1945-1946
S5 - 94/6
Discharge and release from service - L
1945-1946
S5 - 95/1
Discharge and release from service - L
1945-1946
S5 - 95/2
Discharge and release from service - Mc
1945-1946
S5 - 95/3
Discharge and release from service - M
1945-1946
S5 - 95/4
Discharge and release from service - M
1945-1946
S5 - 95/5
Discharge and release from service - M
1945-1946
S5 - 96/1
Discharge and release from service - N
1945-1946
S5 - 96/2
Discharge and release from service - o
1945-1946
S5 - 96/3
Discharge and release from service - P
1945-1946
S5 - 96/4
Discharge and release from service - Q
1945-1946
S5 - 96/5
Discharge and release from service - R
1945-1946
S5 - 96/6
Discharge and release from service - R
1945-1946
S5 - 97/1
Discharge and release from service - S
1945-1946
S5 - 97/2
Discharge and release from service - S
1945-1946
S5 - 97/3
Discharge and release from service - S
1945-1946
S5 - 97/4
Discharge and release from service - S
1945-1946
S5 - 97/5
Discharge and release from service - S
1945-1946
S5 - 97/6
Discharge and release from service - T
1945-1946
S5 - 98/1
Discharge and release from service - V
1945-1946
S5 - 98/2
Discharge and release from service - W
1946-1946
S5 - 98/3
Discharge and release from service - W
1945-1946
S5 - 98/4
Discharge and release from service - Y
1945-1946
S5 - 98/5
Discharge and release from service - Z
1945-1946
S5 - 98/6
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 98/7
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 98/8
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 99/1
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 99/2
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 99/3
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 99/4
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 99/5
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 100/1
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 100/2
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 100/3
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 100/4
Discharges - Navy
1951
S5 - 100/5
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 100/6
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 100/7
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 100/8
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 100/9
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 100/10
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 101/1
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 101/2
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 101/3
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 101/4
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 101/5
Discharges - Navy
1952
S5 - 101/6
Navy Department - Recall to active duty
1950-1952
S5 - 101/7
Navy Department - Training programs, aviation OCS, ROTC, Waves, etc.
1951-1952
S5 - 101/8
Navy Department - Transfers of duty
1951-1952
S5 - 102/1
Navy Department - Discharges denied
1951
S5 - 102/2
Navy Department - Discharges denied
1951
S5 - 102/3
Navy Department - Discharges denied
1951
S5 - 102/4
Department of the Army - Moving of Military District from Missoula to Helena
1952
S5 - 102/5
Department of the Army - Discharges
1950
S5 - 102/6
Department of the Army - Discharges
1951
S5 - 102/7
Department of the Army - Discharges
1951
S5 - 103/1
Department of the Army - Discharges
1951
S5 - 103/2
Department of the Army - Discharges
1951
S5 - 103/3
Department of the Army - Discharges
1951
S5 - 103/4
Department of the Army - Discharges
1951
S5 - 103/5
Department of the Army - Discharges
1951
S5 - 103/6
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 104/1
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 104/2
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 104/3
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 104/4
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 104/5
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 104/6
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 104/7
Department of the Army - Discharges
1952
S5 - 105/1
Department of the Army - Missing in action, prisoners of war
1950-1952
S5 - 105/2
Department of the Army -Deferments
1950-1952
S5 - 105/3
Department of the Army - Transfers
1951-1952
S5 - 105/4
Department of the Army - Recall to active duty
1951-1952
S5 - 105/5
Department of the Army - OCS programs, assignments
1951-1952
S5 - 105/6
Department of the Army - Allotment cases
1950-1952
S5 - 105/7
Department of the Army - Allotment cases
1950-1952
S5 - 106/1
Department of the Army - Reserve release program
1951-1952
S5 - 106/2
Department of the Army - Court martial of PFC Warren McConnell
1952
S5 - 106/3
Department of the Army - Commissions
1951-1952
S5 - 106/4
Department of the Army - Training programs for schools
1951-1952
S5 - 106/5
Department of the Army - Jobs
1951
S5 - 106/6
Department of the Army - Physical conditions of servicemen
1951-1952
S5 - 106/7
Department of the Army - Physical conditions of servicemen
1951-1952
S5 - 106/8
Department of the Army - Physical conditions of servicemen
1951-1952
S5 - 107/1
Marine Corps
1950-1952
S5 - 107/2
Marine Corps
1950-1952
S5 - 107/3
Marine Corps
1950-1952
S5 - 107/4
Marine Corps
1950-1952
S5 - 107/5
Marine Corps
1950-1952
S5 - 107/6
Marine Corps - Discharges denied
1950-1952
S5 - 108/1
Marine Corps - Discharges denied
1950-1952
S5 - 108/2
Marine Corps - Discharges
1951-1952
S5 - 108/3
Marine Corps - Discharges
1951-1952
S5 - 108/4
Marine Corps - Discharges, decided
1951-1952
S5 - 108/5
Marine Corps - Discharges, not decided
1951
S5 - 108/6
Marine Corps - Commissions
1951
S5 - 108/7
Marine Corps - Promotions
1951-1952
S5 - 108/8
Marine Corps - Recall to active duty
1951-1952
S5 - 108/9
Marine Corps - Transfer of duty
1951-1952
S5 - 108/10
Coast Guard
1951-1952
S5 - 108/11
National Guard
1951
S5 - 108/12
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 109/1
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 109/2
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 109/3
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 109/4
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 109/5
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 109/6
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 109/7
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 110/1
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 110/2
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 110/3
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 110/4
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 110/5
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 110/6
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 110/7
Selective Service System
1942-1952
S5 - 111/1
Armed Forces - Demobilization
1945-1946
S5 - 111/2
Armed Forces - Demobilization
1945-1946
S5 - 111/3
Armed Forces - Demobilization
1945-1946
S5 - 111/4
Armed Forces - Demobilization
1945-1946
S5 - 111/5
Armed Forces - Demobilization
1945-1946
S5 - 111/6
Armed Forces - Demobilization
1945-1946
S5 - 111/7
Armed Forces - Demobilization
1945-1946
S5 - 112/1
Armed Forces - Prisoners of war
1943-1945
S5 - 112/2
Armed Forces - Prisoners of war
1943-1945
S5 - 112/3
Armed Forces - Prisoners of war
1943-1945
S5 - 112/4
Armed Forces - Prisoners of war
1943-1945
S5 - 112/5
Armed Forces - Establishment of reserve unit, Butte
1948
S5 - 112/6
Armed forces - Establishment of Marine Corps unit, Billings
1949
S5 - 112/7
Armed Forces - Establishment of Marine Corps unit, Shelby
1948
S5 - 112/8
Armed Forces - Establishment of Naval reserve unit, Kalispell
1948
S5 - 112/9
Armed Forces - Establishment of Naval reserve unit, Kalispell
1947
S5 - 112/10
Armed Forces - Establishment of Naval and Marine Corps aviation program in Montana
1946-1947
S5 - 112/11
Armed Forces - Escape of prisoners of war at Fort Missoula
1947
S5 - 112/12
Armed Forces - Terminal leave
1946
S5 - 112/13
Armed Forces - Air reserve training unit, Great Falls
1947
S5 - 112/14
Armed Forces - Reserve Officers Training Corps
1949
S5 - 113/1
Armed Forces - Coast Guardf
1944-1947
S5 - 113/2
Armed Forces - War Department
1946-1947
S5 - 113/3
Armed Forces - War Department
1946-1947
S5 - 113/4
Armed Forces - Air Force
1949
S5 - 113/5
Armed Forces - Miscellaneous inquiries
1944-1950
S5 - 113/6
Armed Forces - Miscellaneous inquiries
1944-1950
S5 - 113/7
Armed Forces - Miscellaneous inquiries
1944-1950
S5 - 113/8
Armed Forces - Navy Department
1944-1950
S5 - 114/1
Armed Forces - Gold Star buttons
1948-1950
S5 - 114/2
Armed Forces - Gold Star buttons
1948-1950
S5 - 114/3
Armed Forces - Gold Star buttons
1948-1950
S5 - 114/4
Armed Forces - Gold Star buttons
1948-1950
S5 - 114/5
Armed Forces - Gold Star buttons
1948-1950
S5 - 114/6
Armed Forces - Unification program
1949
S5 - 114/7
Armed Forces - Civilian contract flying school bases
1950
S5 - 114/8
Armed Forces - Army installation near Yaak
1950
S5 - 114/9
War Claims Commission
1949-1950
S5 - 115/1
War Claims Commission
1949-1950
S5 - 115/2
War Claims Commission
1949-1950
S5 - 115/3
Air Force - Discharges denied
1951-1952
S5 - 115/4
Air Force - Discharges denied
1951-1952
S5 - 115/5
Air Force - Discharges approved
1951-1952
S5 - 115/6
Air Force - Discharges approved
1951-1952
S5 - 116/1
Air Force - Training programs (ROTC, OCS)
1951-1952
S5 - 116/2
Air Force - Training programs (ROTC, OCS)
1951-1952
S5 - 116/3
Air Force
1952
S5 - 116/4
Air Force
1952
S5 - 116/5
Air Force
1952
S5 - 117/1
Air Force
1952
S5 - 117/2
Air Force
1952
S5 - 117/3
Air Force
1952
S5 - 117/4
Air Force
1952
S5 - 117/5
Air Force - New installations for Montana
1951
S5 - 117/6
Air Force - Discharge cases, no decision
1951-1952
S5 - 117/7
Air Force - Awarding contract at Great Falls Air Base
1951-1952
S5 - 117/8
Department of Defense - Miscellaneous
1950-1951
S5 - 118/1
Department of Defense - Miscellaneous
1950-1951
S5 - 118/2
Department of Defense - Miscellaneous
1950-1951
S5 - 118/3
Department of Defense - Miscellaneous
1950-1951
S5 - 118/4
Department of Defense -Munitions Board
1950-1952
S5 - 118/5
Department of Defense - Munitions Board
1950-1952
S5 - 118/6
Department of Defense - Munitions Board
1950-1952
S5 - 119/1
Department of Defense - Miscellansous
1951-1952
S5 - 119/2
Armed Forces - Civil Aeronautics Administration, War Training Service
1944-1945
S5 - 119/3
Armed Forces - Civil Aeronautics Administration, War Training Service
1944-1945
S5 - 119/4
Armed Services - Inquiries re: missing personnel
1943-1944
S5 - 119/5
Armed Services - Inquiries re: missing personnel
1943-1944
S5 - 119/6
Armed Services - Liberated prisoners of war
1945
S5 - 119/7
National Pruduction Authority - Steel for Charles Russell Memorila
1952
S5 - 120/1
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 120/2
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 120/3
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 120/4
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 120/5
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 120/6
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 121/1
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 121/2
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 121/3
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 121/4
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 121/5
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 121/6
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 122/1
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 122/2
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 122/3
Army - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 122/4
Nary - Reserves program
1950-1952
S5 - 122/5
Nary - Reserves program
1950-1952
S5 - 122/6
Nary - Reserves program
1950-1952
S5 - 122/7
Navy - Commissions
1951-1952
S5 - 123/1
Navy - Commissions
1951-1952
S5 - 123/2
Navy - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 123/3
Navy - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 123/4
Navy - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 123/5
Navy - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 123/6
Navy - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 124/1
Navy - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 124/2
Navy - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 124/3
Veterans - Contact office at Sidney
1947
S5 - 124/4
Veterans - Contact to Herman and Company on veterans funerals
1947
S5 - 124/5
Veterans - Closing of contact offices at Glendive, Havre, Miles City, Kalispell
1948
S5 - 124/6
Veterans - GI training in flight
1948
S5 - 124/7
Veterans - Fort Harrison, 1950 reduction in staff
1950
S5 - 124/8
Veterans - Hospitals
1943-1947
S5 - 124/9
Veterans - Closing of Birmingham veterans hospital, California
1950
S5 - 124/10
Veterans - Edward D. McKim appointment, Eastern Montana veterans hospital
1945
S5 - 124/11
Veterans - Veterans regional office, Helena
1947-1948
S5 - 124/12
Veterans - Preference in government jobs
circa 1947
S5 - 124/13
Veterans - Appointment of manager of hospital at Miles City
1950-1951
S5 - 124/14
Veterans - Hospital, Hot Springs
1944-1951
S5 - 124/15
Veterans - Hospital, Bitterroot Lake (near Kalispell)
1943
S5 - 124/16
Veterans - Hospital, Fort Hollister ranch (Darby)
1943
S5 - 124/17
Veterans - Hospital, Marcus Daly property (Hamilton)
1943-1945
S5 - 124/18
Veterans - Hospital , Echo Lake
1943
S5 - 124/19
Veterans - Hospital, Thompson Falls
1945
S5 - 125/1
Veterans - Hospital, Pablo
1945
S5 - 125/2
Veterans - Hospital, Whitefish
1945
S5 - 125/3
Veterans - Hospital, Farragut Naval Base
1945-1946
S5 - 125/4
Veterans - Hospital, Alhambra
1944
S5 - 125/5
Veterans - Hospital, McGregor Lake
1943-1945
S5 - 125/6
Veterans - Hospital, Kalispell
1944-1945
S5 - 125/7
Veterans - Hospital, Eureka
1943-1944
S5 - 125/8
Veterans - Hospital, White Sulphur Springs
1944
S5 - 125/9
Veterans - Hospital, Columbus (chromium mines)
1943-1944
S5 - 125/10
Veterans - Hospital, Polson
1943-1944
S5 - 125/11
Veterans - Hospital, Great Falls
1943
S5 - 125/12
Veterans - Hospital, Gregson Hot Springs
1944-1945
S5 - 125/13
Veterans - Hospital, Fort Missoula
1945-1946
S5 - 125/14
Veterans - Hospital, Bozeman
1946
S5 - 125/15
Veterans - Cases being dismissed from hospitals
1946
S5 - 125/16
Veterans - World War II, general
1943
S5 - 125/17
Veterans - Spanish-American War, Charles F. Bluett
1944
S5 - 125/18
Veterans - Spanish-American War, G. A. Decker
1944
S5 - 125/19
Veterans - Spanish-American War, Harry E. Garnett
1943
S5 - 125/20
Veterans - Spanish-American War, C. A. Jillison
1945
S5 - 125/21
Veterans - Spanish-American War, Charles Myers
1945
S5 - 125/22
Veterans - Spanish-American War, Guy H. Preston
1944
S5 - 125/23
Veterans - Spanish-American War, Charles L. Vaughan
1944
S5 - 125/24
Veterans - Dependent, John Anderson
1945
S5 - 125/25
Veterans - Dependent, Mr. and Mrs. John jV. Newell
1945
S5 - 125/26
Veterans - Booklets sent out
1950
S5 - 125/27
Veterans - Farm training cases
1952
S5 - 125/28
Veterans - Farm training cases
1952
S5 - 125/29
Veterans Administration
1952
S5 - 126/1
Veterans Administration
1952
S5 - 126/2
Veterans Administration
1952
S5 - 126/3
Veterans Administration
1952
S5 - 126/4
Veterans Information
1946-1950
S5 - 126/5
Veterans Information
1946-1950
S5 - 126/6
Veterans Information
1946-1950
S5 - 127/1
Veterans Information
1946-1950
S5 - 127/2
Veterans Information
1946-1950
S5 - 127/3
Veterans Information
1946-1950
S5 - 127/4
Veterans Administration - Miscellaneous
1943-1946
S5 - 127/5
Veterans - Transfer of studens from Farragut to Rocky Mountain Colege
1949
S5 - 127/6
Veterans Affairs - Appointment of Chief Vocational Training at Fort Harrison
1945
S5 - 127/7
Veterans - Contact office, Anaconda
1946
S5 - 128/1
Veterans - Contact office, Kalispell
1945
S5 - 128/2
Veterans - Automobiles
1946
S5 - 128/3
Veterans - Retional office at Heleena
1946-1947
S5 - 128/4
Veterans - Plan of decentralization of treatment for veterans
1946-1947
S5 - 128/5
Veterans - Farragut, Idaho Naval Station, veterans school
1946
S5 - 128/6
Veterans - Agreement between Veterans Administration and Montana State Druggists Association
1946
S5 - 128/7
Veterans - Butte public schools
1946
S5 - 128/8
Veterans - Benefits to reenlistees
1946
S5 - 128/9
Veterans - Institutional on-the-farm training program
1947
S5 - 128/10
Veterans - GI loans
1947-1948
S5 - 128/11
Veterans - On-the-job training salaries
1946
S5 - 128/12
Veterans - Sale of government lands to veterans
1947
S5 - 128/13
Veterans - Insurance
1947-1950
S5 - 128/14
Veterans Information - Beaverhead County
1945-1946
S5 - 128/15
Veterans Information - Big Horn County
1946
S5 - 128/16
Veterans Information - Blaine County
1946
S5 - 129/1
Veterans Information - Broadwater County
1945-1946
S5 - 129/2
Veterans Information - Carbon County
1946
S5 - 129/3
Veterans Information - Carter County
1946
S5 - 129/4
Veterans Information - Cascade County
1946
S5 - 129/5
Veterans Information - Cascade County
1946
S5 - 129/6
Veterans Information - Choteau County
1946
S5 - 129/7
Veterans Information - Custer County
1946
S5 - 129/8
Veterans Information - Daniels County
1946
S5 - 129/9
Veterans Informarion - Dawson County
1946
S5 - 129/10
Veterans Information - Deer Lodge County
1945-1946
S5 - 129/11
Veterans Information - Fallon County
1946
S5 - 129/12
Veterans Informaiton - Fergus County
1946
S5 - 129/13
Veterans Information - Flathead County
1945-1946
S5 - 129/14
Veterans Information - Gallatin County
1945-1946
S5 - 129/15
Veterans Information - Garfield County
1946
S5 - 129/16
Veterans Information - Glacier County
1946
S5 - 129/17
Veterans Information - Golden Valley County
1946
S5 - 129/18
Veterans Information - Granite County
1945-1946
S5 - 129/19
Veterans Information - Hill County
1946
S5 - 129/20
Veterans Information - Jefferson County
1945-1946
S5 - 129/21
Veterans Information - Judith Basin County
1946
S5 - 129/22
Veterans Information - Lake County
1946
S5 - 130/1
Veterans Information - Lewis and Clark County
1946
S5 - 130/2
Veterans Information - Liberty County
1946
S5 - 130/3
Veterans Information - Lincoln County
1946
S5 - 130/4
Veterans Information - McCone County
1946
S5 - 130/5
Veterans Information - Madison County
1946
S5 - 130/6
Veterans Information - Meagher County
1946
S5 - 130/7
Veterans Information - Mineral County
1946
S5 - 130/8
Veterans Information - Missoula County
1946
S5 - 130/9
Veterans Information - Muselshell County
1946
S5 - 130/10
Veterans Information - Park County
1946
S5 - 130/11
Veterans Information - Petroleum County
1946
S5 - 130/12
Veterans Information - Phillips County
1946
S5 - 130/13
Veterans Information - Pondera County
1946
S5 - 130/14
Veterans Information - Powder River County
1946
S5 - 130/15
Veterans Information - Powell County
1946
S5 - 130/16
Veterans Informaiton - Prairie County
1946
S5 - 130/17
Veterans Information - Ravalli County
1945-1946
S5 - 130/18
Veterans Information - Richland County
1946
S5 - 130/19
Veterans Information - Roosevelt County
1946
S5 - 130/20
Veterans Information - Rosebud County
1946-1947
S5 - 130/21
Veterans Information - Sanders County
1945
S5 - 130/22
Veterans Information - Sheridan County
1946
S5 - 130/23
Veterans Information - Silver Bow County
1945-1946
S5 - 131/1
Veterans Information - Stillwater County
1946
S5 - 131/2
Veterans Information - Sweet Grass County
1946
S5 - 131/3
Veterans Information - Teton County
1946
S5 - 131/4
Veterans Information - Toole County
1946
S5 - 131/5
Veterans Information - Treasure County
1946
S5 - 131/6
Veterans Information - Valley County
1946
S5 - 131/7
Veterans Information - Wheatland County
1946
S5 - 131/8
Veterans Information - Wibaux County
1946
S5 - 131/9
Veterans Information - Yellowstone County
1946
S5 - 131/10
Veterans Administration - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 131/11
Veterans Administration - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 131/12
Veterans Administration - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 131/13
Veterans Administration - Miscellaneous
1950-1952
S5 - 132/1
Veterans Administration - Miscellansous
1950-1952
S5 - 132/2
Veterans Administration - Miscellansous
1950-1952
S5 - 132/3
Veterans Administration - Miscellansous
1950-1952
S5 - 132/4
Veterans Administration - Miscellansous
1950-1952
S5 - 132/5
Veterans Administration - Miscellansous
1950-1952
S5 - 132/6
Veterans Administration - Direct loans for housing
1952
S5 - 133/1
Veterans Administration - Direct loans for housing
1952
S5 - 133/2
Veterans Hospital - Miles City
1951
S5 - 133/3
Tennessee Valley Authority
1947
S5 - 133/4
Missouri Valley Authority
1945-1952
S5 - 133/5
Missouri Valley Authority
1945-1952
S5 - 133/6
Missouri Valley Authority
1945-1952
S5 - 133/7
Missouri Valley Authority
1945-1952
S5 - 133/8
Missouri Valley Authority
1945-1952
S5 - 134/1
Missouri Valley Authority
1944-1945
S5 - 134/2
Missouri Valley Authority
1944-1945
S5 - 134/3
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 134/4
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 134/5
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 134/6
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 135/1
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 135/2
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 135/3
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 135/4
Havre Shelby Transmission Line
1949-1950
S5 - 135/5
Petitions Opposing Transmission Lines
1949
S5 - 135/6
Mineral Deposits in Philipsburg-Anaconda Area, in respect to power
1949
S5 - 136/1
Transmission Lines - Labor unions
1950
S5 - 136/2
Transmission Lines in Minnesota
1952
S5 - 136/3
Awarding of Contract for Havre-Shelby Line (copper versus alluminum)
1949-1951
S5 - 136/4
Awarding of Contract for Havre-Shelby Line (copper versus alluminum)
1949-1951
S5 - 136/5
Atomic Energy Plant
1949
S5 - 136/6
Atomic Energy Plant
1949
S5 - 136/7
Atomic Energy Plant
1949
S5 - 137/1
Atomic Energy Plant
1949
S5 - 137/2
Atomic Energy Plant
1949
S5 - 137/3
Favor Transmission Lines
1949-1950
S5 - 137/4
Favor Transmission Lines
1949-1950
S5 - 137/5
Favor Transmission Lines
1949-1950
S5 - 137/6
Favor Transmission Lines
1949-1950
S5 - 138/1
Favor Transmission Lines
1949-1950
S5 - 138/2
Favor Transmission Lines
1949-1950
S5 - 138/3
Columbia Valley Authority
1945-1950
S5 - 138/4
Columbia Valley Authority
1945-1950
S5 - 138/5
Columbia Valley Authority
1945-1950
S5 - 138/6
Columbia Valley Authority
1945-1950
S5 - 138/7
Columbia Valley Authority
1945-1950
S5 - 139/1
Columbia Valley Authority
1945-1950
S5 - 139/2
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 139/3
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 139/4
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 139/5
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 139/6
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 140/1
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 140/2
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 140/3
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 140/4
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 140/5
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 140/6
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 141/1
Against Transmission Lines versus Montana Power
1949-1950
S5 - 141/2
Report 308 of Army Engineers on Columbia
1949-1952
S5 - 141/3
Columbia Valley Authority - For
1945-1950
S5 - 141/4
Columbia Valley Authority - For
1945-1950
S5 - 141/5
Columbia Valley Authority - Against
1945-1950
S5 - 141/6
Columbia Valley Authority - Against
1945-1950
S5 - 141/7
Columbia Valley Authority - Against
1945-1950
S5 - 142/1
Columbia Valley Authority - Against
1945-1950
S5 - 142/2
Columbia River Basin Projects
1949
S5 - 142/3
Missouri River Basin Agricultural Program
1950
S5 - 142/4
Missouri Valley Authority
1945
S5 - 142/5
Missouri Valley Authority
1945
S5 - 142/6
Missouri Valley Authority
1945
S5 - 142/7
President's Water Resources Policy Commission
1950

Series VI:  House: General Correspondence, 1942-1952Return to Top

6.0 linear feet

This relatively brief series serves as a catchall for information from Mansfield's House years that apparently did not logically fit anywhere else in the files. The information contained here might best be described as documentary rather than substantive. Many of the boxes include up to sixty folders that consist of little more than a single letter or two relating to the folder's subject. Several boxes contain nothing more than constituent requests for government publications while others contain information on organizations, advertising for campaigns, federal policies, and press releases.

More specifically, the series contains numerous requests for Agricultural Yearbooks from Montanans. Boxes Five, Six, and Seven include only a chronological sequence of such requests stretching from 1947 to 1954. The bulk of the letters come from individual Montana farmers and ranchers, though a number of interest groups and universities also ask for Yearbooks. The primary value of these boxes is a strong picture of the state of agriculture in Montana during this period and the wide range of farms and ranches scattered across the Big Sky. Their letterhead provides an informal survey and chronicle of farming in this era. Another box includes only information on newspapers in the state. Most of these files are focused on ensuring Mansfield wide campaign advertising coverage in Montana and generally contain two letters: one from Mansfield's office inquiring about advertising deadlines and rates and a reply from the individual newspapers with the information. The Organization and General boxes contain more varied documents including letters soliciting Mansfield's membership, newspaper clippings, reports from interest groups, constituent letters regarding specific policies or legislation, and articles Mansfield authored for publication. Of particular interest are the organizations that Mansfield belonged to and letters relating to his activities in those groups. Of note are the American Legion, the Marine Corps League, and the Ancient Order of Hibernians. He was solicited by organizations ranging from the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick to the National Farmers' Union to the Sidewalk Cowboys Association of America. The letters provide an indicator of the coalition of interests that supported Mansfield, in particular labor, Catholic, veterans, and Irish organizations. In the General box there are also files that cover specific appointments for judges, international trade treaties, dams, political action committees, the Red Cross, and the problems with un-sliced bread during World War II. The boxes with newspaper and radio station information offer and excellent view of media in Montana in the 1940s and 1950s and proof of the importance of newspapers statewide. The remainder of the series is an odd assortment of letters from constituents, federal agencies, newspaper clippings, copies of hearings before Congressional Committees, and requests for interviews.

The organization is typical of a series titled General Correspondence. Within specific subject headings it is fairly easy to locate information, for example tracking campaign advertising in newspapers. The series itself lacks an overall structure beyond vague subject headings; actual folder names probably provide the best source for locating specific information.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
S6 - 1/1
Document Requests: 78th Session
1943-1944
S6 - 1/2
Document Requests: Congressional Record - 78th Session
1943-1944
S6 - 1/3
Document Requests
1945-1946
S6 - 2/1
Document Requests
1946-1947
S6 - 2/2
Document Requests
1947-1948
S6 - 2/3
Document Requests
1948-1949
S6 - 3/1
Document Requests
1948-1949
S6 - 3/2
Document Requests
1948-1949
S6 - 3/3
Document Requests: Congressional Record - Bound Sets
1948-1949
S6 - 3/4
Document Requests
1950
S6 - 3/5
Document Requests
1950
S6 - 4/1
Document Requests - Manual of Grasses, Hitchcock
1951
S6 - 4/2
Document Requests
1951-1952
S6 - 4/3
Document Requests: Congressional Record
1945-1950
S6 - 5/1
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1947-1948
S6 - 5/2
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1947-1948
S6 - 5/3
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1947-1948
S6 - 5/4
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1947-1948
S6 - 5/5
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1948
S6 - 5/6
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1948
S6 - 5/7
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1948
S6 - 5/8
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1949
S6 - 5/9
Mineral Yearbooks
1949
S6 - 6/1
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1949
S6 - 6/2
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1949
S6 - 6/3
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1949
S6 - 6/4
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1949
S6 - 6/5
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1949
S6 - 7/1
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1950
S6 - 7/2
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1950
S6 - 7/3
Cook Books
1950
S6 - 7/4
Cook Books
1952
S6 - 7/5
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1952
S6 - 7/6
Agriculture Yearbook Requests
1954
S6 - 8/1
Chamber of Commerce
S6 - 8/2
Public Employees Magazine
S6 - 8/3
Diocesan Council of Catholic Women
S6 - 8/4
Catholic Welfare Organization (Father Hurley)
S6 - 8/5
Spokane Catholic Lecture Forum
S6 - 8/6
American Legion
S6 - 8/7
American Federation of Teachers
S6 - 8/8
American Federation Labor
S6 - 8/9
Americans for Democratic Action
S6 - 8/10
American Institute of Pacific Relations, Inc.
S6 - 8/11
United World Federalists Organization
S6 - 8/12
Congressmen's Marine Corps League
S6 - 8/13
Marine Corps Reserve Officers Association
S6 - 8/14
Keglers Club
S6 - 8/15
Speech before Academy of Political Science, Columbia University
November 12, 1947
S6 - 8/16
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick
S6 - 8/17
Ancient Order of Hibernians
S6 - 8/18
Veterans Forum, Denver University
S6 - 8/19
Sidewalk Cowboys Association of America
S6 - 8/20
United Service to China - Formerly United China Relief
S6 - 8/21
Social Science Foundation
S6 - 8/22
Daughters of Isabella
S6 - 8/23
Affiliated Young Democrats
S6 - 8/24
Catholic Association for International Peace
S6 - 8/25
Catholic War Veterans and Auxiliary
S6 - 8/26
Order of AHEPA
S6 - 8/27
Irish War Veterans
S6 - 8/28
United World Federalists
S6 - 8/29
Montana Tuberculosis Association
S6 - 8/30
Veterans of Foreign Wars
S6 - 8/31
Western Montana Press-Radio Club
S6 - 8/32
Missoula Executive Club
S6 - 8/33
North Side Athletic Club
S6 - 8/34
AMVETS
S6 - 8/35
Philadelphia Bulletin Forum
S6 - 8/36
Public Affairs Institute
S6 - 8/37
Flathead Industrial Council
S6 - 8/38
Montana Reserve Officers Association
S6 - 8/39
Labor's League for Political Education
S6 - 8/40
Kaiser Industries
S6 - 8/41
Montana Trails and Saddle Club
S6 - 8/42
National Farmers' Union
S6 - 9/1
Cost Plus Contracts
S6 - 9/2
Baruch Report
S6 - 9/3
Slaughter of Elk to Feed Internees
S6 - 9/4
Bills Introduced by Jeannette Rankin
S6 - 9/5
Postal Investigation of Insurance Company
S6 - 9/6
Addresses of Montana Boys in China
S6 - 9/7
Harry Bridges Case
S6 - 9/8
American Council Institute of Pacific Relations, Inc.
S6 - 9/9
Civilian Aviation
S6 - 9/10
Union of Democratic Action
S6 - 9/11
World Money
S6 - 9/12
War Expenditures
S6 - 9/13
Liquor at S.F. Conference
S6 - 9/14
War Profits
S6 - 9/15
Population Shifts
S6 - 9/16
Governorship of Georgia
S6 - 9/17
Memorial Day Exercises in House
S6 - 9/18
John F. Kellea for Governorship of Virgin Islands
S6 - 9/19
Appointment of Dr. Dewey Anderson
S6 - 9/20
Schools and Education
S6 - 9/21
Appointment to Circuit Court at Chicago
S6 - 9/22
Freedom Train
S6 - 9/23
War Profits Investigation
S6 - 9/24
Post War Planning
S6 - 9/25
Library of Congress
S6 - 9/26
Philadelphia Bulletin Forum
S6 - 9/27
Reciprocal Trade Treaties
S6 - 9/28
Tolan Committee on Defense Migration
S6 - 9/29
Sliced Bread
S6 - 9/30
Salesmen's Commissions
S6 - 9/31
Appointment of Ruppert Bingham as Judge - U.S. Tax Court
S6 - 9/32
Red Cross
S6 - 9/33
Birth Records for Mailing "Infant Care"
S6 - 9/34
Transport Planes
S6 - 9/35
Blue Cross Plan
S6 - 9/36
Silver
S6 - 9/37
Gold
S6 - 9/38
Power Dam
S6 - 9/39
"Union Now"
S6 - 9/40
Miscellaneous Articles
S6 - 9/41
Man Power
S6 - 9/42
Coal
S6 - 9/43
CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS Camps
S6 - 9/44
Living Costs
S6 - 9/45
Bureaucracy
S6 - 9/46
Federal Aid for Flood Damages
S6 - 9/47
CIO Political Action Committee
S6 - 9/48
Importation of Foreign Labor
S6 - 9/49
Canola Oil Project
S6 - 10/1
National Postal Transport Association
S6 - 10/2
National Federation of Independent Business
S6 - 10/3
Railroad Unions
S6 - 10/4
Montana Federation of Teachers
S6 - 10/5
Sigma Chi Fraternity
S6 - 10/6
Western Montana Fish and Game Association
S6 - 10/7
East Side Athletic Club - Butte
S6 - 10/8
National Rural Electric Coop Association
S6 - 10/9
Federal Union
S6 - 10/10
Montana Wildlife Federation Organization
S6 - 10/11
Farm Labor Legislative Council
S6 - 10/12
Montana State Farm Bureau
S6 - 10/13
Montana Firemen's Convention
S6 - 10/14
National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
S6 - 10/15
American Association of Blood Banks
S6 - 10/16
Butte Typographical Union
S6 - 10/17
Montana Education Association Convention, 10-24-52
S6 - 10/18
County and Municipal Employees Organization
S6 - 10/19
Montana State Association of Letter Carriers
S6 - 10/20
Post Masters Association
S6 - 10/21
Montana Physicians Service - Hospital Service Association
S6 - 10/22
National Federation of Post Office Clerks
S6 - 10/23
Sanders County Democratic Club
S6 - 10/24
Montana Rural Letter Carriers Association
S6 - 10/25
Crusade for Freedom
S6 - 10/26
Ford Foundation
S6 - 10/27
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
S6 - 10/28
Montana Pilots Association
S6 - 10/29
National Trout Derby Association, Inc.
S6 - 10/30
Montana State Nurses' Association
S6 - 10/31
Labor Press
S6 - 10/32
Disabled American Vets
S6 - 10/33
Centerville Volunteer Fire Department
S6 - 10/34
United Spanish War Vets
S6 - 10/35
Newspapers and Radio: St. Louis Star-Times, Truman Felt - Correspondence with Jimmie on proposed magazine story
S6 - 10/36
Newspapers and Radio: Winters, John F. (Jack, The Odyssey Press Publishers)
S6 - 10/37
Newspapers and Radio: Publishing Houses
S6 - 10/38
Newspapers and Radio: Articles Rejected for Publication
S6 - 10/39
Newspapers and Radio: Publicity
S6 - 10/40
Newspapers and Radio: General File
S6 - 10/41
Newspapers and Radio: The American Mercury
S6 - 10/42
Newspapers and Radio: American Legion Papers
S6 - 10/43
Newspapers and Radio: American Outlook
S6 - 10/44
Newspapers and Radio: Anaconda Standard
S6 - 10/45
Newspapers and Radio: Augusta News
S6 - 10/46
Newspapers and Radio: The Bozeman Courier
S6 - 10/47
Newspapers and Radio: Bozeman Chronicle
S6 - 10/48
Newspapers and Radio: The Montana Standard, Butte Daily Post
S6 - 10/49
Newspapers and Radio: Camas Hot Springs Exchange
S6 - 10/50
Newspapers and Radio: Denver Post
S6 - 10/51
Newspapers and Radio: The Dillon Examiner
S6 - 10/52
Newspapers and Radio: Dillon Daily Tribune
S6 - 10/53
Newspapers and Radio: Dawson County Review, Glendive
S6 - 10/54
Newspapers and Radio: The Flathead Courier, Polson
S6 - 10/55
Newspapers and Radio: Flathead Monitor, Kalispell
S6 - 10/56
Newspapers and Radio: Freedom and Union
S6 - 10/57
Newspapers and Radio: O.S. Warden, Great Falls Tribune
S6 - 10/58
Newspapers and Radio: Hungry Horse News, M. Ruder
S6 - 10/59
Newspapers and Radio: The Independent Record, Helena
S6 - 10/60
Newspapers and Radio: Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell
S6 - 10/61
Newspapers and Radio: The Intermountain Stockman
S6 - 10/62
Newspapers and Radio: Jefferson Valley News, Whitehall
S6 - 11/1
Newspapers and Radio: Kalispell News, Trippet
S6 - 11/2
Newspapers and Radio: The Ledger, Thompson Falls
S6 - 11/3
Newspapers and Radio: Lewistown Daily News
S6 - 11/4
Newspapers and Radio: The Madisonian
S6 - 11/5
Newspapers and Radio: Miles City Star
S6 - 11/6
Newspapers and Radio: The Daily Missoulian
S6 - 11/7
Newspapers and Radio: Missoula County Times
S6 - 11/8
Newspapers and Radio: Montana Grange News
S6 - 11/9
Newspapers and Radio: Montana Labor News
S6 - 11/10
Newspapers and Radio: Pink Reporter - Tip Reynolds
S6 - 11/11
Newspapers and Radio: The Philipsburg Mail
S6 - 11/12
Newspapers and Radio: Ravalli Republican
S6 - 11/13
Newspapers and Radio: The Register
S6 - 11/14
Newspapers and Radio: Ronan Pioneer
S6 - 11/15
Newspapers and Radio: Silver State Post
S6 - 11/16
Newspapers and Radio: Townsend Star
S6 - 11/17
Newspapers and Radio: Treasure State Labor Journal
S6 - 11/18
Newspapers and Radio: Union Register
S6 - 11/19
Newspapers and Radio: United States News
S6 - 11/20
Newspapers and Radio: The Western News, Hamilton
S6 - 11/21
Newspapers and Radio: The Washington Post
S6 - 11/22
Newspapers and Radio: Western News, Libby
S6 - 11/23
Newspapers and Radio: The Plainsman, Plains
S6 - 11/24
Newspapers and Radio: Western Livestock Reporters
S6 - 11/25
Newspapers and Radio: Headlight Magazine
S6 - 11/26
Newspapers and Radio: Treasure State Labor Journal, Kalispell
S6 - 11/27
Newspapers and Radio: Daily Worker
S6 - 11/28
Newspapers and Radio: The Veterans News
S6 - 11/29
Newspapers and Radio: New Masses
S6 - 11/30
Newspapers and Radio: Press Clippings, Recording Companies
S6 - 11/31
Newspapers and Radio: Miscellaneous Press Releases
S6 - 11/32
Newspapers and Radio: General File
S6 - 11/33
Newspapers and Radio: General, Newspaper Clippings
S6 - 11/34
Newspapers and Radio: United Press
S6 - 11/35
Newspapers and Radio: Cowles Magazines, Inc.
S6 - 11/36
Newspapers and Radio: Glendive Daily Ranger
S6 - 11/37
Newspapers and Radio: NBC
S6 - 11/38
Newspapers and Radio: Frank Edwards Program
S6 - 11/39
Newspapers and Radio: Station KXLJ, Helena
S6 - 11/40
Newspapers and Radio: Speech with Brown
S6 - 11/41
Newspapers and Radio: Station KGCX, Sidney
S6 - 11/42
Newspapers and Radio: Station KHQ, Spokane
S6 - 11/43
Newspapers and Radio: Lincoln Broadcasters Radio
S6 - 11/44
Newspapers and Radio: American Forum of the Air Program
April 15, 1950
S6 - 12/1
Newspapers and Radio: Kuhn, Mrs. Irene - NBC
S6 - 12/2
Newspapers and Radio: CBS
S6 - 12/3
Newspapers and Radio: Radio Station in Montana
S6 - 12/4
Newspapers and Radio: Montana Radio Station, Anaconda, KANA
S6 - 12/5
Newspapers and Radio: New Radio Station in Bozeman, KBMN
S6 - 12/6
Newspapers and Radio: KOJM, KAVR
S6 - 12/7
Newspapers and Radio: KXLF, Butte
S6 - 12/8
Newspapers and Radio: KGHL, Billings
S6 - 12/9
Newspapers and Radio: KGVO, Missoula
S6 - 12/10
Newspapers and Radio: KIKI, Shelby (Proposed)
S6 - 12/11
Newspapers and Radio: KBOW, Butte
S6 - 12/12
Newspapers and Radio: KGEZ, Kalispell
S6 - 12/13
Newspapers and Radio: KOOK, Billings
S6 - 12/14
Newspapers and Radio: Great Falls - Warden's
S6 - 12/15
Newspapers and Radio: Great Falls - Mosby's
S6 - 12/16
Newspapers and Radio: KXLK, Great Falls
S6 - 12/17
Newspapers and Radio: KFBB, Great Falls
S6 - 12/18
Newspapers and Radio: Proposed Station, Missoula, KXLL
S6 - 12/19
Newspapers and Radio: Livingston, P.B. Adam
S6 - 12/20
Newspapers and Radio: Town Meeting of the Air
S6 - 12/21
Newspapers and Radio: Proposed Billings Station
S6 - 12/22
Newspapers and Radio: Proposed Station at Helena
S6 - 12/23
Newspapers and Radio: Billings, KBMY
S6 - 12/24
Newspapers and Radio: Proposed Station at Kalispell
S6 - 12/25
Newspapers and Radio: KFDW, Helena
S6 - 12/26
Newspapers and Radio: Montana Broadcasting Association
S6 - 12/27
Newspapers and Radio: Proposed Radio Station at Libby
S6 - 12/28
Newspapers and Radio: Television Programs
S6 - 12/29
Newspapers and Radio: TV Program - The Ford Foundation, January 5
1952
S6 - 12/30
Newspapers and Radio: Television Opportunities

Series VII:  House/Senate: Case Mail, 1943-1977Return to Top

312.0 linear feet

This series provides an alphabetical listing of correspondence and material related to specific constituents. The files contain a vast array of information regarding individual constituents and most often relate to requests for help from Montanans. Most of the individual folders contain letters relating to a single incident or circumstance that was important in the constituent's life. There are, however, extensive files for constituents who either wrote prolifically over a number of years or who figured prominently in politics. Some folders contain letters written over a few weeks while others span from 1945 to 1970. There are both 'retired' and active files in the series, although there is no explanation given for why some files are labeled 'retired', nor is there any discernible pattern for this labeling system.

The specifics of the series fit into fairly clear parameters, though in a series of this size the range of topics is virtually unlimited. A typical file might contain information regarding a soldier's discharge from the Army. Usually such a file has a letter from the soldier protesting an injustice and appealing to Mansfield for help. Typically there are also letters from Mansfield inquiring into the specific case, letters and reports from the Army relating to the soldier in question, some legal papers from a lawyer representing the soldier, and letters and documents both defending and attacking the soldier in question. This pattern of documentation is repeated for a variety of cases dealing with the Armed Forces, immigration, various federal agencies, particularly the Veteran's Administration, and bank foreclosures. There are many files that contain information on a specific legislative issue and include letters, clippings, telegrams, and reports asking Mansfield to support or defeat the legislation in question. Many of the writers are prominent Montana politicians including a number of state legislators, governors, secretaries of state, and attorneys general. The vast majority are ordinary citizens and reflect a constituent's passing concern with a particular issue. Some of the letters are from school children requesting information or asking for help. The people that Mansfield was able to help often wrote extravagantly grateful letters and sent photographs of themselves. There are a number of requests for federal jobs or for employment reference letters. Many of the materials in this series overlap with any number of other series in the collection, including Montana Files, Correspondence, Legislation, and Personal. This series is probably most useful to locate a specific person and to review their individual correspondence. It also provides an excellent and voluminous source of Montanans' individual worries and political opinions over the entire period Mansfield served in Washington.

This series is restricted. Individuals and direct descendants may view their own case mail only.

Series VIII:  Senate: Bills Introduced by Mansfield, 1953-1976Return to Top

55.0 linear feet

This series is a chronological listing of all the legislation Mansfield introduced during his tenure in the Senate. It bears a likeness in organization to Series I: House: Bills Introduced. The series includes the 83rd to the 94th Congresses. The series contains a broad range of material relating to all aspects of legislation. The number of bills introduced by Mansfield rises with each Congress as he gains seniority. In particular, after he becomes Senate Majority Leader his role in introducing legislation grows more substantive. This is particularly seen in the number of Senate Joint Resolutions that Mansfield introduces as he gains seniority and prominence. Some of the boxes specify a particular Senatorial term or Congressional session, but the boxes do not specify exact time periods. The entire series proceeds chronologically in each Congressional session from the first bill Mansfield introduced.

The series contains copies of each bill and correspondence relating to the bill. When a bill was introduced in more than one session, the folder generally contains all previous drafts of the bill. Many folders have original working drafts of bills including Mansfield's notes with corrections and revisions. Individual files also contain numerous reports and hearings before Senate Committees. Mansfield's rising power in the Senate is apparent in the increase of correspondence from Congressional colleagues. Both Republican opponents and Democratic allies alike seek his help and sponsorship of legislation. The folders also contain memorandums from Senate committees, newspaper clippings, and correspondence. The bulk of letters come from constituents and interest groups.

The bills cover a whole range of issues but focus on federal policies relating to land use in the West. There are still a number of personal relief bills introduced on behalf of specific constituents in need of help. Many cases relate to immigration difficulties, but the number declines as Mansfield grows in importance. There are many letters from various government agencies, particularly the Interior and Agriculture Departments, relating to pending land use legislation. These bills often elicit significant constituent mail, reflecting the importance of federal policies in the livelihoods of Montanans in resource extractive industries. Much of the legislation relates to irrigation, agriculture, Indian policies, and federal public works projects. There is significant correspondence from the Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the Department of Interior regarding these projects. There are numerous reports from federal agencies to support or oppose pending legislation. The vigorous support of mining, timber, flood control, and irrigation voiced by constituents in Series I is continued here, though the ideas of protecting wilderness also surface in letters beginning in the mid-1960s.

The rest of the series is comprised of Mansfield's replies to constituents, reports to Congressional Committees, telegrams, press releases, and memorandums. There are also copies of public laws after legislation has been passed, letters from Congressional colleagues, newsletters from constituent interest groups, and legal documents from various cases. The series is arranged logically and each folder contains information pertaining to a single bill. Each Congressional session follows chronologically and uses bill numbers to establish the series order. Several bills that contain significant materials occupy two or three folders. Some of the material contained in this series relates directly to other series including Montana Files, Projects, Federal Agencies, and Case Mail.

The series is divided into eleven subseries: General, 84th Congress, 85th Congress, 86th Congress, 87th Congress, 88th Congress, 89th Congress, 91st Congress, 92nd Congress, 93rd Congress, and 94th Congress.
Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: General
Box/Folder
S8 - 1/1
S. 50, Alaska Statehood
S8 - 1/2
S. 51, Hawaii Statehood
S8 - 1/3
S. 107, Tidelands Oil
S8 - 1/4
S. 158, Federal Resources Affected by Water Reservoir Projects
S8 - 1/5
S. 433, Relief of Dr. John Ristow
S8 - 1/6
S. 434, Relief of Collette Joli
S8 - 1/7
S. 435, Relief of Sitsuko Kinoshita
S8 - 1/8
S. 570, Relief of Giovanni DePinto
S8 - 1/9
S. 571, Relief of Joseph Berger
S8 - 2/1
S. 680, Patent to Charles I. Chattin
S8 - 2/2
S. 681, Patent to Grace Kills a Boy
S8 - 2/3
S. 682, Relief of George Rodney Giltner
S8 - 2/4
S. 714, Patent to Louis W. Milliken
S8 - 2/5
S. 728, National Service Life Insurance- Mrs. Gay Dobler Brown
S8 - 2/6
S. 751, National Service Life Insurance- Mrs. Gay Dobler Brown Choquette
S8 - 2/7
S. 771, Relief of Anni Wolf and her minor son
S8 - 2/8
S. 772, Relief of Dimitri Berkoff, Lydie, Michael and Nicholas
S8 - 2/9
S. 833, Amend Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946
S8 - 2/10
S. 981, Renewal of Patent No. 1,858,087
S8 - 2/11
S. 999, D.C. City Council, School Board, Delegate
S8 - 2/12
S. 1049, Preferential Primary Presidential Elections
S8 - 2/13
S. 1054, Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers Compensation Act
S8 - 2/14
S. 1084, Amend Agricultural Act of 1949
S8 - 2/15
S. 1252, Tidelands Oil
S8 - 2/16
S. 1300, Water Storage and Utilization
S8 - 2/17
S. 1301, Patent to Lucy Arlott Othermedicine
S8 - 3/1
S. 1360, Separate Subsidy from Air Mail Pay
S8 - 3/2
S. 1368, Public Library Service for Rural Areas
S8 - 3/3
S. 1374, Relief of Spiridon Loannis Anthanasopoulos
S8 - 3/4
S. 1482, "In God We Trust" on all Postage Stamps
S8 - 3/5
S. 1483, Patent to George Scott
S8 - 3/6
S. 1510, Extend 42 Stat 465 to Certain Lands in Montana
S8 - 3/7
S. 1515, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
S8 - 3/8
S. 1563, Patent to Guy Bulltail
S8 - 3/9
S. 1564, Relief of Elizabeth Sarah Rule
S8 - 3/10
S. 1565, Relief of Filomena R. Ascuncion Bagaoisan
S8 - 3/11
S. 1653, Patent to Mrs. Cynthia Cooper Anderson
S8 - 3/12
S. 1707, Patent to Iva Bulltail
S8 - 3/13
S. 1802, U.S. Information and Education Exchange Act
S8 - 3/14
S. 1822, Mineral Resources on Northern Cheyenne Reservation
S8 - 3/15
S. 1871, Relief of Antonio Fopp
S8 - 3/16
S. Outer Continental Shelf
1901
S8 - 3/17
S. 1977, Relief of Victor and Amalia Rangel
S8 - 3/18
S. 2128, Amend Mutual Security Act
S8 - 3/19
S. 2144, Relief of Sister Antonio Fodor
S8 - 3/20
S. 2267, Emergency Assistance to Farmers and Stockmen
S8 - 3/21
S. 2299, Suspension of Postal Privileges for Weekly Papers
S8 - 3/22
S. 2396, Indians- Vocational education, Development of Resources
S8 - 3/23
S. 2413, D.C. City Council, School Board, Delegate
S8 - 3/24
S. 2430, Amend Trade Agreement Extension Act
S8 - 3/25
S. 2431, Army to Convey Lands to City of Missoula
S8 - 3/26
S. 2432, Create Department of Mineral Resources
S8 - 4/1
S. 2525, Relief of Lupe M. Gonzalez
S8 - 4/2
S. 2533, Payment to Beneficiaries of Forest Service- Employees Killed in Fires
S8 - 4/3
S. 2570, Create Federal Agency for Handicapped
S8 - 4/4
S. 2584, Extend Time for Filing Certain Claims
S8 - 4/5
S. 2590, Amend Federal Power Act
S8 - 4/6
S. 2763, Amend Outer Continental Shelf Act
S8 - 4/7
S. 2791, Relief of Ernesto De Leon
S8 - 4/8
S. 2847, Renewal of Lease Lands to Phillips County American Legion
S8 - 4/9
S. 2861, Stockpiling Wheat
S8 - 4/10
S. 2876, Require Inside Latches on Refrigerators
S8 - 4/11
S. 2931, Establish USAF Academy in Great Falls
S8 - 4/12
S. 2991, Trust Patent to Dennis Crawford Woods
S8 - 4/13
S. 3079, Dairy-Diet Dividend Certificates to Welfare Recipients
S8 - 4/14
S. 3092, Surplus Agricultural Food Products to Welfare Recipients
S8 - 4/15
S. 3137, Conservation of Water Resources
S8 - 4/16
S. 3144, Flood Control Dam and Reservoir near Great Falls
S8 - 4/17
S. 3154, Relief of Milton Beatty and Others (Canyon Ferry)
S8 - 4/18
S. 3191, Outlaw Communist and Similar Organizations
S8 - 4/19
S. 3295, Relief of Hipolito C. De Baca
S8 - 4/20
S. 3315, Federal Guarantee of Municipal Bonds
S8 - 4/21
S. 3349, Transfer of Northern Cheyenne Lands to School District
S8 - 4/22
S. 3417, Amend Social Security Act
S8 - 4/23
S. 3445, Drainage System for Flathead Irrigation Project
S8 - 4/24
S. 3553, Unemployment Insurance
S8 - 4/25
S. 3623, Northwest Power Pool- Cougar Dam
S8 - 4/26
S. 3624, Northwest Power Pool- Green Peter Dam
S8 - 4/27
S. 3690, Amend Atomic Energy Act
S8 - 4/28
S. 3832, Relief of William Murray
S8 - 4/29
S. 3878, D.C. Unemployment Compensation
S8 - 5/1
S. Res. 38, Create Select Committee on Consumer Interests
S8 - 5/2
S. Res. 70, Remonstrating Against U.S.S.R. Persecution of Jewish People
S8 - 5/3
S. Res. 93, National Mental Health Week
S8 - 5/4
S. Res. 214, Technical Assistance Programs
S8 - 5/5
S. Res. 249, Broadcast of Committee Proceedings
S8 - 5/6
S. Res. 256, Procedure for Investigations by Senate
S8 - 5/7
S. Res. 272, Encourage States to Prevent Harm from Discarded Refrigerators
S8 - 5/8
S. Res. 317, Special Committee to Investigate Senate Kitchens and Restaurants
S8 - 5/9
S.J. Res. 13, Holland Resolution
S8 - 5/10
S.J. Res. 45, St. Lawrence Development Corporation
S8 - 5/11
S.J. Res. 56, International Food Reserve
S8 - 5/12
S.J. Res. 130, National Mental Health Week
S8 - 5/13
S.J. Res. 132, Christopher Columbus Memorial
S8 - 5/14
S.J. Res. 140, 200th Birthday of Alexander Hamilton
S8 - 5/15
S.J. Res. 145, Outer Continental Shelf
S8 - 5/16
S.J. Res. 182, Commission on Security in Government and Industry
S8 - 5/17
S. Con. Res. 27, Reduction of Arms; Economic Aid to War Ravaged Areas
S8 - 5/18
S. Con. Res. 28, Federal Reserve
S8 - 5/19
S. Con. Res. 32, Universal Disarmament
S8 - 5/20
S. Con. Res. 42, Establish Joint Committee on Central Intelligence
S8 - 5/21
S. Con. Res. 69, Establish Joint Committee on Central Intelligence
S8 - 5/22
Amend H.R. 3704, Corporations in D.C.
This folder is empty.
S8 - 5/23
Amend H.R. 5173, Unemployment Compensation Reserve
S8 - 5/24
Amend H.R. 5495, Tariff Act
S8 - 5/25
Amend H.R. 8873, Defense Department Appropriations
S8 - 5/26
Amend H.R. 9474, Extend President's Authority in Trade
S8 - 5/27
Amend H.R. 9936, Supplemental Appropriations
Subseries 2: 84th Congress
Box/Folder
S8 - 6/1
S. 5, School Facilities Bill
S8 - 6/2
S. 11, Robinson-Patman Act
S8 - 6/3
S. 36, Relief of Lupe Gonzalez
S8 - 6/4
S. 49, Alaska and Hawaii Statehood
S8 - 6/5
S. 145, Marketing Quotas and Acreage Allotments on Class II Durham
S8 - 6/6
S. 167, Relief of Ernest De Leon
S8 - 6/7
S. 168, Relief of Araxi Nazarian
S8 - 6/8
S. 169, Relief of Marouf Najjar
S8 - 6/9
S. 170, Relief of William Murray
S8 - 6/10
S. 175, Relief of Milton Beatty and Others (Canyon Ferry)
S8 - 6/11
S. 205, Library Services in Rural Areas
S8 - 6/12
S. 521, Social Security Act- 60 years for women
S8 - 6/13
S. 527, Presidential Primary
S8 - 6/14
S. 530, Relief of Sacred Heart Hospital- Havre
S8 - 7/1
S. 575, Patent to Lorraine Dennis Crawford Woods
S8 - 7/2
S. 594, Longshoremen's Compensation
S8 - 7/3
S. 627, Surplus Good for the Needy
S8 - 7/4
S. 652, Presidential Primaries
S8 - 7/5
S. 669, District Home Rule
S8 - 7/6
S. 693, U.S. Commission for the Aging and Aged
S8 - 7/7
S. 772, Shelf Land Funds for Higher Education
S8 - 7/8
S. 789, Title V Housing Act- Loans and Grants
S8 - 7/9
S. 860, Missing Persons Act- Philippine Scouts
S8 - 7/10
S. 861, Convey Fort Missoula Lands to Missoula County
S8 - 7/11
S. 861, Convey Fort Missoula Lands to Missoula County
S8 - 7/12
S. 861, Convey Fort Missoula Lands to Missoula County
S8 - 8/1
S. 862, Postage Stamp Honoring Charles M. Russell
S8 - 8/2
S. 920, Development of Manganese- bearing Ores
S8 - 8/3
S. 922, Amend Domestic Minerals Program Extension Act
S8 - 8/4
S. 985, Alaska International Rail and Highway Commission
S8 - 8/5
S. 1004, Use of Federal Surplus Property for Health and Education Purposes
S8 - 8/5A
S. 1053, Lease of Lands for Phillips County American Legion
S8 - 8/6
S. 1163, Amend D.C. Unemployment Compensation Act
S8 - 8/7
S. 1175, Provide 100% Parity
S8 - 8/8
S. 1333, Hell's Canyon Dam
S8 - 8/9
S. 1373, Use of Indian Lands; Indian Heirship
S8 - 8/10
S. 1393, School Recoupment Funds
S8 - 8/11
S. 1394, Edgar S. Paxson Stamp
S8 - 8/12
S. 1466, Armed Forces Pay Raise
S8 - 8/13
S. 1524, Credit to Municipalities for Public Works
S8 - 8/14
S. 1534, Drainage on Reclamation Projects
S8 - 8/15
S. 1535, Patents to Certain Members of Blackfeet Tribe
S8 - 8/16
S. 1589, Amend Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance
S8 - 8/17
S. 1618, Weekly Newspapers Bill
S8 - 8/18
S. 1635, Extend Sugar Act of 1948
S8 - 8/19
S. 1745, Patent to Nellie Ohlerking Archambeaa Moran
S8 - 8/20
S. 1746, Indian Claims Commission
S8 - 8/21
S. 1747, National Park Service- Museum Properties
S8 - 8/22
S. 1835, D.C. Unemployment Compensation Act
S8 - 8/23
S. 1837, Crow Tribe- Distribution of Tribal Funds
S8 - 8/24
S. 1878, Miles City Lands
S8 - 8/25
S. 1923, Safety Devices on Refrigerators
S8 - 8/26
S. 2020, Relief of Carmen Aguado
S8 - 8/27
S. 2280, Disability Benefits for Longshoremen and Harbor Workers
S8 - 8/28
S. 2421, Policy Pay Bill
S8 - 8/29
S. 2556, Landless Indians in Montana
S8 - 8/30
S. 2569, Provide Certain Authority for Department of State
S8 - 9/1
S. 2602, Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act- Education and Vocational Benefits
S8 - 9/2
S. 2655, Free Postage for Members of Armed Services
S8 - 9/3
S. 2702, Encourage Export of Cotton
S8 - 9/4
S. 2760, Relief of Y Chung Fong Ming, Yee Chung Nom Ming, and Gee Shee Ming
S8 - 9/5
S. 2761, Relief of Fethi Hepcakici
S8 - 9/6
S. 2837, Relief of Thomas Cruse Mining and Development Co.
S8 - 9/7
S. 2885, Amend Wheat Marketing Quota
S8 - 9/8
S. 2924, Relief of Mrs. Elsbe Hermine Van Dam Hurst (Scott)
S8 - 9/9
S. 2925, Medical Research and Education
S8 - 9/10
S. 2962, Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act- Extension
S8 - 9/11
S. 3036, Fish Hatchery at Miles City
S8 - 9/12
S. 3067, National Service Life Insurance
S8 - 9/13
S. 3097, Health and Safety Conditions and Mines
S8 - 9/14
S. 3183, Use of Diverted Acres for Grazing Purposes
S8 - 9/15
S. 3198, Amend Packers and Stockyards Act
S8 - 9/16
S. 3199, Government Budget and Accounting Procedures
S8 - 9/17
S. 3233, Amend P.L. 815 and P.L. 874
S8 - 9/18
S. 3234, Amend P.L. 815 and P.L. 874
S8 - 9/19
S. 3242, Federal Government Contribution for Campaign Expenditures
S8 - 9/20
S. 3272, Small Flood Control Projects
S8 - 9/21
S. 3275, Fisheries and Wildlife Act
S8 - 9/22
S. 3308, Revise Federal Election Laws
S8 - 9/23
S. 3338, Rates Charged for Electric Power at Federal Projects
S8 - 9/24
S. 3417, Montana- North Dakota- South Dakota- Wyoming Compact; re Little Missouri River
S8 - 9/25
S. 3420, Federal Highway Act- Timber Access Roads
S8 - 9/26
S. 3441, Department of Mineral Resources
S8 - 9/27
S. 3453, Manganese
S8 - 9/28
S. 3462, Federal Highway Act- U.S. Two
S8 - 9/29
S. 3523, Manganese- Bearing Ores and Concentrates
S8 - 9/30
S. 3543, Protect Public Against Dangerous Machinery
S8 - 9/31
S. 3553, On-Farm Training Under the G.I. Bill
S8 - 9/32
S. 3558, Captioned Films for Deaf and Near-Deaf
S8 - 9/33
S. 3616, Amend Railroad Retirement Act (Kennedy)
S8 - 9/34
S. 3654, Amend Railroad Retirement Act (Bender)
S8 - 9/35
S. 3693, Surplus Federal Property to State and Local Civil Defense Organizations
S8 - 9/36
S. 3698, Allotment of Crow Tribe Lands
S8 - 9/37
S. 3702, Suspend Duty on Aluminate, Crude Bauxite, Calcined Bauxite
S8 - 9/38
S. 3712, Relief of Anna Purker
S8 - 9/39
S. 3760, Control of Narcotics
S8 - 9/40
S. 3790, Farm Credit Bill
S8 - 9/41
S. 3897, Budgeting and Accounting Procedures in Government
S8 - 9/42
S. 3958, Health Care and Mental Health Care Personnel
S8 - 9/43
S. 3962, Amend Communications Act- Use of Broadcast Stations by Candidates
S8 - 9/44
S. 3980, Public Use of National Forests
S8 - 9/45
S. 3981, Social Security Act- Self Employed Farmers
S8 - 9/46
S. 3982, Production of Tungsten, Asbestos, Fluorspar, and ColomBureau of Indian Affairsn Tantalum
S8 - 9/47
S. 4002, Animal Disease Laboratory at Montana State College
S8 - 9/48
S. 4039, Development of Manganese-Bearing Ores
S8 - 9/49
S. 4058, Extension of Lease Lands to Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad
S8 - 9/50
S. 4179, Construction of Military and Naval Science Buildings
S8 - 9/51
S. 4204, Animal Disease Laboratory at Montana State College
S8 - 9/52
S. 4265, Relief of Constantine G. Diapoulos
S8 - 9/53
S. 4276, Relief of Isabella Abrahams
S8 - 9/54
S. 4278, Multi-Purpose Development of Water Resources
S8 - 9/55
S. 4301, Vocational-Educational Training
S8 - 9/56
S. 4302, Housing for Middle-Income Families and Elderly
S8 - 10/1
S. Res. 16, Create Standing Committee on Small Business
S8 - 10/2
S. Res. 18, Investigation of Conspiracy Against U.S.
S8 - 10/3
S. Res. 21, Unity of Ireland
S8 - 10/4
S. Res. 55, Terminate Hostilities Between Communist and Nationalist China
S8 - 10/5
S. Res. 71, Reduction of Armaments
S8 - 10/6
S. Res. 81, Unity of Ireland
S8 - 10/7
S. Res. 86, International Food and Raw Materials Reserve
S8 - 10/8
S. Res. 87, Opposing Transfer of U.N. Narcotics Division
S8 - 10/9
S. Res. 101, Code of Fair Committee Procedure in Senate
S8 - 10/10
S. Res. 121, Import of Textiles
S8 - 10/11
S. Res. 133, Technical Assistance Programs
S8 - 10/12
S. Res. 162, Technical Assistance Programs
S8 - 10/13
S. Res. 179, Investigation of Prices of Livestock
S8 - 10/14
S. Res. 192, Unification of Ireland
S8 - 10/15
S. Res. 229, Cyprus
S8 - 10/16
S. Res. 268, Intergovernmental Maritime Consultive Organization
S8 - 10/17
S. Res. 280, President's Illness
S8 - 10/18
S. Res. 285, Study of Foreign Assistance by U.S.
S8 - 10/19
S. Res. 287, Reports of Results of Tests of Samples of Opium
S8 - 10/20
S. Res. 288, Urging Countries to Proscribe Heroin
S8 - 10/21
S. Res. 289, Narcotics Control- Negotiations with Mexico
S8 - 10/22
S. Res. 290, Limiting and Regulating Cultivation of Poppy
S8 - 10/23
S. Res. 297, Special Committee on Senate Reception Room
S8 - 10/24
S. Res. 302, Conditions in Poland- Food from U.S.
S8 - 10/25
S. Res. 305, H.J. Provencal as Assistant Doorkeeper of Senate
S8 - 10/26
S.J. Res. 19, Control of Narcotics
S8 - 10/27
S.J. Res. 20, Family Farm Policy
S8 - 10/28
S.J. Res. 30, Election of President
S8 - 10/29
S.J. Res. 31, Election of President
S8 - 10/30
S.J. Res. 31, Election of President and Vice President
S8 - 10/31
S.J. Res. 41, Production and Utilization of Food and Fiber
S8 - 10/32
S.J. Res. 46, Mental Health Study of 1955
1955
S8 - 10/33
S.J. Res. 49, Claims of American Nationals against USSR
S8 - 10/34
S.J. Res. 74, Erect Statue of Leif Erickson in D.C.
S8 - 10/35
S.J. Res. 80, Joint Committee on a Just and Lasting Peace
S8 - 10/36
S.J. Res. 82, Toston Irrigation District
S8 - 10/37
S.J. Res. 97, Food and Labor Organization
S8 - 10/38
S.J. Res. 101, 50th Anniversary of Conservation Movement
S8 - 10/39
S.J. Res. 135, Payment to Crow Tribe of Yellowstone Dam
S8 - 10/40
S.J. Res. 139, 50th Anniversary of Conference of State Governors
S8 - 10/41
S.J. Res. 148, Minerals Policy
S8 - 10/42
S.J. Res. 151, National Civil Air Patrol Week
S8 - 10/43
S.J. Res. 159, Joint Committee on Scientific Research
S8 - 10/44
S. Con. Res. 2, Joint Committee on Central Intelligence
S8 - 10/45
S. Con. Res. 12, Atlantic Exploratory Convention
S8 - 10/46
S. Con. Res. 18, Prevention, Treatment and Cure of Mental Illness
S8 - 10/47
S. Con. Res. 22, Studying Effects of Nuclear Explosions
S8 - 10/48
S. Con. Res. 29, Congressional Delegation to NATO Parliamentary Conf.
S8 - 10/49
S. Con. Res. 34, Admission of Spain to NATO
S8 - 10/50
S. Con. Res. 44, Robert A. Taft Memorial Tower
S8 - 10/51
S. Con. Res. 53, Pay Increase for Metro Police
S8 - 10/52
Amend H.R. 6042, Appropriations for John Moses Veterans Hospital
S8 - 10/53
Amend H.R. 7225, Lower Social Security Age Requirement for Women
S8 - 10/54
Amend H.R. 7225, Matching Funds
S8 - 10/55
Amend H.R. 10660, Highway Construction Bill
S8 - 10/56
Amend H.R. 10875, Wool
S8 - 10/57
Mutual Security Bill
Subseries 3: 85th Congress
Box/Folder
S8 - 11/1
S. 21, Civil Service Retirement Annuities
S8 - 11/2
S. 49, Alaskan Statehood
S8 - 11/3
S. 50, Statehood for Hawaii
S8 - 11/4
S. 323, Increase Durum Wheat Allotments
S8 - 11/5
S. 332, Allotment of Lands of Crow Tribe
S8 - 11/6
S. 334, Amend Mineral Leasing Act re Phosphate
S8 - 11/7
S. 379, Crow Creek Pumping Unit Water Bill
S8 - 11/8
S. 380, Community Indian Hospital Construction
S8 - 11/9
S. 381, Relief of Constantinos G. Diapoulous
S8 - 11/10
S. 555, Hells Canyon Dam Authorization Bill
S8 - 12/1
S. 644, Relief of Anthony Scrinvanich
S8 - 12/2
S. 647, Relief of Chachere Children
S8 - 12/3
S. 648, Relief of Robert J. Dexter
S8 - 12/4
S. 649, Relief of Yee Chung Fong Ming, etc.
S8 - 12/5
S. 650, Relief of Isabella Abrahams
S8 - 12/6
S. 651, Relief Sister Clementine
S8 - 12/7
S. 652, Relief of Thomas Cruse Mining Co.
S8 - 12/8
S. 653, Relief of Mrs. Van Dam Hurst
S8 - 12/9
S. 670, Computing Self-Employment Income of Farmers
S8 - 12/10
S. 677, Amend Enabling Act of Montana
S8 - 12/11
S. 713, Increase Civil Service Retirement Annuities
S8 - 12/12
S. 714, Extend GI Education Benefits
S8 - 12/13
S. 726 National Service Life Insurance Fund, Veterans Home Loans
S8 - 12/14
S. 809, Economic Assistance to American Indians
S8 - 12/15
S. 888, Metallic and Non-Metallic Mines and Quarries
S8 - 12/16
S. 845, Construction of Military and Naval Science Buildings
S8 - 12/17
S. 847, Maintenance of Hungry Horse Dam
S8 - 12/18
S. 852, Relief of Hilda Viola Young
S8 - 12/19
S. 853, Relief of Kethi Hepakicki
S8 - 12/20
S. 964, Depressed Areas Bill
S8 - 13/1
S. 977, East Bench Unit
S8 - 13/2
S. 1058, ODM Study of Iron and Steel Complex
S8 - 13/3
S. 1088, National Life Insurance- One Year Period
S8 - 13/4
S. 1128, Poultry Inspection
S8 - 13/5
S. 1136, Timber Access Roads
S8 - 13/6
S. 1138, Social Security- Permit Coverage on Service Performed for Member of Family
S8 - 13/7
S. 1139, Relief of Linda Jean Rewinkel
S8 - 13/8
S. 1228, Poultry Inspection
S8 - 13/9
S. 1239, Missing Persons (Philippine Scouts)
S8 - 13/10
S. 1263, Permission for Weekly Newspapers to Suspend Publication for Two Weeks During Year
S8 - 13/11
S. 1275, Deductions for Care of Disabled
S8 - 13/12
S. 1298, Area Vocational Education Program
S8 - 13/13
S. 1318, Donation of Certain Surplus U.S. Property for Park or Recreational Purposes
S8 - 13/14
S. 1339, Harlowton Land Transfer
S8 - 13/15
S. 1344, Transfer of Land to School District- Roosevelt
S8 - 13/16
S. 1393, National Potato Grade Labeling Act
S8 - 14/1
S. 1533, Credit for Farms
S8 - 14/2
S. 1556, Little Missouri River Compact
S8 - 14/3
S. 1585, Amend Legislative Reorganization Act- Fiscal Requirements of Agencies of Government
S8 - 14/4
S. 1594, Amend Federal Crop Insurance Act
S8 - 14/5
S. 1742, Convey Lands to Huntley Schools
S8 - 14/6
S. 1757, Restoration of Surplus Lands to Tribal Ownership
S8 - 14/7
S. 1758, Trust Lands on Fort Peck, Fort Belknap and Blackfeet Reservations
S8 - 14/8
S. 1770, Police and Fire Department Retirement Bill
S8 - 14/9
S. 1787, Amend P.L. 874 re: Indian Children
S8 - 14/10
S. 1828, Police Jurisdiction on Blackfeet Highway and Connections with Glacier Park Road System
S8 - 14/11
S. 1836, Taxes in National Parks
S8 - 14/12
S. 1837, Taxes on Transportation of Property- Repeal
S8 - 14/13
S. 1951, Tax Relief for Physically Handicapped
S8 - 14/14
S. 1983, Liability of Ship Owners in Disasters
S8 - 14/15
S. 2015, Limitation on Soil Bank Payments
S8 - 14/16
S. 2113, Rapid Tax Write-Offs
S8 - 14/17
S. 2189, Promotion of Knowledge of Antarctic
S8 - 14/18
S. 2271, Lead and Zinc
S8 - 15/1
S. 2395, Lead and Zinc- Decrease Dependence on Foreign
S8 - 15/2
S. 2423, Relief of Tomoka Vela (for Johnson, Texas)
S8 - 15/3
S. 2512, Huntley Reclamation Project Lands
S8 - 15/4
S. 2519, Crum-McKinnon Building Lease
S8 - 15/5
S. 2530, Designate Beneficiary to Land Purchased by U.S. and Added to Rocky Boy's Reservation
S8 - 15/6
S. 2596, Forest Fire Research
S8 - 15/7
S. 2692, Import Tax on Tungsten
S8 - 15/8
S. 2749, Foreign Service Academy
S8 - 15/9
S. 2769, Metro Police Pay Increase
S8 - 15/10
S. 2769, Metro Police Pay Increase
S8 - 16/1
S. 2784, Amend Flood Control Act- Libby Dam
S8 - 16/2
S. 2847, Amend Federal Power Act
S8 - 16/3
S. 2852, Relief of E.R. and Mary Musselman
S8 - 16/4
S. 2853, Relief of Araxia Naxarian
S8 - 16/5
S. 2861, Extend National Wool Act
S8 - 16/6
S. 2861, Extend National Wool Act
S8 - 16/7
S. 2924, Price Supports on Dairy Products
S8 - 16/8
S. 2998, Import Tax on Copper
S8 - 16/9
S. 3063, Relief of Andjelka Kolacio and Daughter
S8 - 17/1
S. 3070, Milk Program for Children
S8 - 17/2
S. 3091, Wheat Price Supports
S8 - 17/3
S. 3114, Columbia River Development Corporation
S8 - 17/4
S. 3119, National Science Foundation- Scholarships
S8 - 17/5
S. 3186, Extend Programs Under Domestic Tungsten
S8 - 17/6
S. 3187, National Defense in Science and Technology
S8 - 17/7
S. 3188, Prohibit Discrimination in Employment Because of Age
S8 - 17/8
S. 3194, Tax Adjustment for Small Businesses
S8 - 17/9
S. 3220, Authorize Appropriations for Forest Highways
S8 - 17/10
S. 3233, Inner and Outer Space Development
S8 - 17/11
S. 3244, Unemployment Reinsurance Grants
S8 - 17/12
S. 3247, Mining Claims Within National Forests
S8 - 17/13
S. 3263, Income Tax Relief
S8 - 17/14
S. 3264, Income Tax Relief
S8 - 17/15
S. 3311, Teachers' Salaries
S8 - 17/16
S. 3318, Compensation of Military Personnel in Foreign Areas
S8 - 17/17
S. 3371, Extend Concessionaire Leases
S8 - 17/18
S. 3414, Construction of Federal Highways
S8 - 18/1
S. 3417, Amend Mutual Security Act- Distribution of American Information Media
S8 - 18/2
S. 3447, Area Economic Redevelopment Bill
S8 - 18/3
S. 3456, Dairy Production Marketing Act
S8 - 18/4
S. 3496, Beneficiation of Low-Grade Manganese Ores
S8 - 18/5
S. 3497, Public Facilities Loan Program
S8 - 18/6
S. 3514, National Food Allotment Program
S8 - 18/7
S. 3538, Beef Promotion Program
S8 - 18/8
S. 3544, Amend National Security Act of 1947
S8 - 18/9
S. 3552, Amend Foreign Service Act- Recruitment and Training
S8 - 18/10
S. 3557, Commodities for Needy Persons
S8 - 18/11
S. 3578, Prohibit Withholding of Appropriations
S8 - 18/12
S. 3600, Stockpiling of Minerals
S8 - 18/13
S. 3634, Reduction of Income and Excise Taxes
S8 - 18/14
S. 3683, New Depressed Areas Bill
S8 - 18/15
S. 3709, Forestry and Forestry Products Program
S8 - 18/16
S. 3865, Distribution of Automobiles
S8 - 19/1
S. 3880, Federal Aviation Agency
S8 - 19/2
S. 3694, Relief of D.A. Wilson
S8 - 19/3
S. 3980, Public Use of National Forests as a Policy
S8 - 19/4
S. 4011, Purchase of Copper
S8 - 19/5
S. 4036, Stabilize Production of Domestic Mines
S8 - 19/6
S. 4070, Professional Sports Antitrust Laws
S8 - 19/7
S. 4157, Minimum Wages, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
S8 - 19/8
S. 4174, Congressional Record for Former Members
S8 - 19/9
S. 4204, Western Research Laboratory for Study of Animal Disease at or near Montana State College
S8 - 19/10
S. 4237, Federal Scholarship Bill- revised
S8 - 19/11
S. 4237, McNamara Amendment- Federal School Construction
S8 - 19/12
S. 4244, Rehabilitation Work: Sherburne Dam
S8 - 19/13
S. 4316, Relocation of Fort Peck Transmission Line
S8 - 19/14
S. Res. 15, UN Emergency Force
S8 - 19/15
S. Res. 60, Technical Assistance Subcommittee
S8 - 19/16
S. Res. 64, Prices of Crude Oil and Refined Oil Products
S8 - 19/17
S. Res. 95, Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization
S8 - 19/18
S. Res. 99, Technical Assistance Subcommittee Resolution
S8 - 19/19
S. Res. 121, North Pacific International Waterways Agency
S8 - 19/20
S. Res. 271, Paid TV
S8 - 19/21
S. Res. 281, Recruitment and Training- Foreign Service
S8 - 19/22
S. Res. 317, Telecommunications Network, Latin America
S8 - 19/23
S. Res. 318, Preservation and Display of Senate Documents
S8 - 19/24
S. Res. 12, Yellowtail Dam
S8 - 19/25
S.J. Res. 24, Production and Utilization of Food and Fiber
S8 - 19/26
S.J. Res. 35, 50th Anniversary of National Conservation
S8 - 19/27
S.J. Res. 45, Middle East Resolution
S8 - 19/28
S.J. Res. 54, Joint Committee on a Just and Lasting Peace
S8 - 19/29
S.J. Res. 88, Amend Lewis and Clark Highway
S8 - 19/30
S.J. Res. 113, Election of President and Vice President
S8 - 19/31
S. Con. Res. 14, Admission of Spain to NATO
S8 - 19/32
S. Con. Res. 32, National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Museum
S8 - 19/33
S. Con. Res. 39, Commission on Government Security
S8 - 19/34
S. Con. Res. 49, National Library Week
S8 - 19/35
S. Con. Res. 66, Relief of Acme Bag and Burlap Co.
S8 - 19/36
S. Con. Res. 68, Accelerate Construction to Aid Employment
S8 - 19/37
S. Con. Res. 69, Accelerate Military Construction
S8 - 19/38
S. Con. Res. 80, Charles Russell Statue
S8 - 19/39
S. Con. Res. 95, Enrollment of S. 2533
S8 - 20/1
S. Con. Res. 101, Central Intelligence Agency
S8 - 20/2
S. Con. Res. 101, Central Intelligence Agency
S8 - 20/3
S. Con. Res. 108, Discussions: U.S.-Canadian Legislators
S8 - 20/4
Amend H.R. 4090, Corporate Tax Rates
S8 - 20/5
Amend H.R. 11470, Cordiner Report
S8 - 20/6
Amend H.R. 12065, Increase Federal Contribution to Welfare Programs
Subseries 4: 86th Congress
Box/Folder
S8 - 21/1
S. 1, Amend Federal Airport Act
S8 - 21/2
S. 2, Federal Aid to Schools
S8 - 21/3
S. 8, Federal Aid to Schools
S8 - 21/4
S. 35, Relief of Araxi Nazarian
S8 - 21/5
S. 36, Relief of Page A. Wilson
S8 - 21/6
S. 37, Relocation of Glasgow Transmission Line
S8 - 21/7
S. 38, Rehabilitation Work- Sherburne Dam
S8 - 21/8
S. 50, Hawaii Statehood
S8 - 21/9
S. 53, Huntley Reclamation Lands to School District
S8 - 21/10
S. 54, Indian Trust Lands
S8 - 21/11
S. 55, Allotment of Crow Tribal Lands
S8 - 21/12
S. 56, Amend Act of August 5
1954
S8 - 21/13
S. 109, Foreign Service Academy
S8 - 21/14
S. 144, Amend Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1953
S8 - 21/15
S. 187, Sugar Act
S8 - 21/16
S. 188, Prohibit Importation, Transport or Use of Explosives
S8 - 22/1
S. 269, Equalize Military Retirees Pay
S8 - 22/2
S. 466, Federal Elections Act of 1959
S8 - 22/3
S. 573, Department of Natural Resources
S8 - 22/4
S. 574, Aid for Construction of ROTC Buildings
S8 - 22/5
S. 584, Amend Federal Power Act
S8 - 22/6
S. 590, Free Marketing of Gold
S8 - 22/7
S. 619, Tax Deduction for Physically Handicapped
S8 - 22/8
S. 663, Additional Food for Distribution to Needy
S8 - 22/9
S. 682, Low Level Libby Dam
S8 - 22/10
S. 722, Depressed Areas
S8 - 22/11
S. 730, U.S. Foreign Service Academy
S8 - 22/12
S. 764, Antarctic Research
S8 - 22/13
S. 772, Rehabilitation Handicapped Persons
S8 - 22/14
S. 791, Unemployment Reinsurance Grants
S8 - 22/15
S. 811, Mine Inspection
S8 - 22/16
S. 812, Youth Conservation Corps
S8 - 22/17
S. 831, Beef Promotion Program
S8 - 23/1
S. 910, Payment of Sums to States in Lieu of Property Taxes
S8 - 23/2
S. 963, Economic Assistance for Indians
S8 - 23/3
S. 992, Exchange of Public Lands Taken for Military Purposes
S8 - 23/4
S. 1067, Iron-Steel Complex
S8 - 23/5
S. 1093, Organization of the Blind
S8 - 23/6
S. 1105, Improve Land Patterns on Fort Belknap Reservation
S8 - 23/7
S. 1106, Trust Lands- Fort Belknap
S8 - 23/8
S. 1113, Veterans National Service Life Insurance
S8 - 23/9
S. 1123, Wilderness Bill
S8 - 23/10
S. 1125, Improvement of Alaska Highway
S8 - 23/11
S. 1157, Development of Petroleum and Coal
S8 - 23/12
S. 1172, Prohibit Discrimination Based on Age
S8 - 23/13
S. 1208, Durum Wheat Acreage
S8 - 23/14
S. 1209, Military Pay Readjustment Act
S8 - 23/15
S. 1211, Farm Credit Bill
S8 - 23/16
S. 1226, Knowles Dam
S8 - 23/17
S. 1243, Foreign Language Proficiency for Foreign Service
S8 - 23/18
S. 1245, Promote Mining of Beryl, Chromite
S8 - 23/19
S. 1285, Development of Domestic Fluorspar Industry
S8 - 24/1
S. 1323, Temporary Unemployment Compensation
S8 - 24/2
S. 1343, Price Support for Grain Sorghums
S8 - 24/3
S. 1383, Competitive Bidding on Armed Forces Contracts
S8 - 24/4
S. 1388, Northwest Basin Account
S8 - 24/5
S. 1451, Mutual Security Amendments
S8 - 24/6
S. 1488, Manganese Incentive Payments
S8 - 24/7
S. 1537, National Minerals Policy
S8 - 24/8
S. 1538, Lead and Zinc Production Payments
S8 - 24/9
S. 1539, Limited Free Market of Gold
S8 - 24/10
S. 1565, Employment for Adult Indians
S8 - 24/11
S. 1566, Stabilize Domestic Lead and Zinc Market
S8 - 24/12
S. 1570, Labor Standards for Sheep Shearers
S8 - 24/13
S. 1571, Department of Consumers
S8 - 24/14
S. 1597, Bureau of Submarines
S8 - 24/15
S. 1617, Transfer of Federal Jurisdiction to State
S8 - 24/16
S. 1631, Commission on Unemployment
S8 - 24/17
S. 1656, Relief of Patrick J. McMenomey
S8 - 24/18
S. 1711, Food for Peace
S8 - 24/19
S. 1716, Institutional Care as a Medical Deduction
S8 - 24/20
S. 1717, Criminal Jurisdiction on Indian Reservations
S8 - 24/21
S. 1718, Farmers Social Security
S8 - 24/22
S. 1748, Direct Surplus Food Distribution Program
S8 - 24/23
S. 1789, Adequate Freight Car Supply
S8 - 24/24
S. 1826, Extend Completion of Interstate Highway
S8 - 24/25
S. 1880, Relief of Crum-McKinnon Building Co.
S8 - 24/26
S. 1888, Repeal Passenger Transportation Tax
S8 - 24/27
S. 1889, Fort Belknap Irrigation District
S8 - 25/1
S. 1920, Mining Claims on National Forests
S8 - 25/2
S. 1975, Relief of Milton Beatty
S8 - 25/3
S. 1984, Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act- Permanent Loan Program
S8 - 25/4
S. 2026, Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
S8 - 25/5
S. 2048, Sale of Minerals
S8 - 25/6
S. 2135, East-West Cultural Center in Hawaii
S8 - 25/7
S. 2167, Wild Horse Bill
S8 - 25/8
S. 2169, Import Duties on Lead and Zinc
S8 - 25/9
S. 2240, Forest Development Roads and Trails
S8 - 25/10
S. 2244, Surplus Property for Indian Tribes
S8 - 25/11
S. 2273, St. Ann's Infant Home
S8 - 25/12
S. 2282, Collection of State Taxes from Federal Employees
S8 - 25/13
S. 2295, Intergovernmental Reference Service
S8 - 25/14
S. 2333, Relief of Henkel Heirs
S8 - 25/15
S. 2341, Relief of Crum-McKinnon Building Co.
S8 - 25/16
S. 2460, Shoreline Protection
S8 - 25/17
S. 2526, Regulate Level of Flathead Lake
S8 - 25/18
S. 2540, Promote Certain Officers Upon Retirement
S8 - 25/19
S. 2549, National Policy on National Resources
S8 - 25/20
S. 2587, Public Land Withdrawals
S8 - 25/21
S. 2604, Refund Taxes on Destroyed Distilled Spirits
S8 - 25/22
S. 2623, Emergency Funds for Highway Construction
S8 - 25/23
S. 2675, National Service Life Insurance
S8 - 25/24
S. 2710, Student Loan Program
S8 - 25/25
S. 2710, Amend Student Loan Program
S8 - 25/26
S. 2746, Olson Land Case
S8 - 25/27
S. 2747, Relief of J.H. Kassis
S8 - 25/28
S. 2748, Relief of Pablo Veyna
S8 - 26/1
S. 2823, Federal Financing Elections Cost
S8 - 26/2
S. 2827, Monument Commemorating Mexican Independence
S8 - 26/3
S. 2830, Library Services Act
S8 - 26/4
S. 2873, Relief of William Brownlee
S8 - 26/5
S. 2935, Amend ICC Act- Passenger Train Service
S8 - 26/6
S. 3003, Convey Fort Missoula Hospital to Youth Guidance Center
S8 - 26/7
S. 3004, Return Certain Lands to Flathead Indians
S8 - 26/8
S. 3020, Railroad Passenger Service
S8 - 26/9
S. 3128, Lafayette Square Historical Site
S8 - 26/10
S. 3140, Commission ro Study Problems of Small Towns and Rural Counties
S8 - 26/11
S. 3159, Wheat Marketing Program
S8 - 26/12
S. 3171, Use of Television by Presidential Candidates
S8 - 26/13
S. 3174, Review of Grazing Permits in Judicial Districts
S8 - 26/14
S. 3211, Neuberger National Seashore
S8 - 26/15
S. 3362, Relief of Kurt Weber
S8 - 26/16
S. 3385, Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West
S8 - 26/17
S. 3449, Assistance to the Blind
S8 - 26/18
S. 3480, Miles City Lands- Tracts 5 and 6
S8 - 27/1
S. 3503, Health Benefits for the Aged
S8 - 27/2
S. 3546, Indian Revolving Credit Fund
S8 - 27/3
S. 3557, Saline Water Conversion
S8 - 27/4
S. 3570, Humane Treatment of Animals in Research
S8 - 27/5
S. 3571, Metropolitan Police Relief Association
S8 - 27/6
S. 3713, D.C. Police and Firemen Pay Increase
S8 - 27/7
S. 3717, Federal Memorial Act
S8 - 27/8
S. 3793, Senior Citizens Training Program
S8 - 27/9
S. Res. 21, REA Loans
S8 - 27/10
S. Res. 48, Water Resources Committee
S8 - 27/11
S. Res. 78, Economic Assistance to Underdeveloped Countries
S8 - 27/12
S. Res. 90, International Wheat Agreement
S8 - 27/13
S. Res. 95, Birthday Greetings to Robert Frost
S8 - 27/14
S. Res. 101, Opposing Release of Stockpiles of Copper
S8 - 27/15
S. Res. 110, Printing United Nations Report
S8 - 27/16
S. Res. 129, International Health and Medical Research Year
S8 - 27/17
S. Res. 162, Tariff Commission Study on Lead and Zinc
S8 - 27/18
S. Res. 163, Investigate Domestic Fluorspar Industry
S8 - 27/19
S. Res. 304, Pan American Union
S8 - 27/20
S. Res. 308, Canadian-U.S. Inter-parliamentary Group
S8 - 27/21
S. Res. 353, Support of Inter-American Cooperation
S8 - 27/22
S. Res. 388, Federal Aid for Institutions of Higher Learning
S8 - 28/1
S.J. Res. 36, Four-Year Term for House of Representatives
S8 - 28/2
S.J. Res. 41, National Advisory Council for International Medical Research
S8 - 28/3
S.J. Res. 56, Carnation as National Flower
S8 - 28/4
S.J. Res. 79, University of the Americas
S8 - 28/5
S.J. Res. 95, Acceleration of Reforestation
S8 - 28/6
S.J. Res. 107, National Minerals Policy
S8 - 28/7
S.J. Res. 122, Retired Scientists and Engineers
S8 - 28/8
S.J. Res. 126, Elector Qualifications
S8 - 28/9
S.J. Res. 148, Doctor Dooley Medal
S8 - 28/10
S.J. Res. 152, Wilson Memorial
S8 - 28/11
S.J. Res. 175, Reclassify Lands in Malta Irrigation District
S8 - 28/12
S.J. Res. 177, National Primaries
S8 - 28/13
S.J. Res. 199, American Indian Day
S8 - 28/14
S.J. Res. 217, Presidential Authority to Adjust Sugar Quotas
S8 - 28/15
S. Con. Res. 4, VHF Television
S8 - 28/16
S. Con. Res. 7, 100th Anniversary of American Dental Association
S8 - 28/17
S. Con. Res. 12, Federal Responsibility- Indian Tribes
S8 - 28/18
S. Con. Res. 24, International Education Program
S8 - 28/19
S. Con. Res. 35, Fish Studies on Columbia River
S8 - 28/20
S. Con. Res. 66, White Fleet
S8 - 28/21
S. Con. Res. 69, Settlement of Steel Strike
S8 - 28/22
S. Con. Res. 73, National Fuels Policy
S8 - 29/1
Requests to Co-sponsor Bills
S8 - 29/2
S. 227, Reimbursement of Political Parties
S8 - 29/3
S. 228, Preference Primaries
S8 - 29/4
S. 444, Relief of Ok Hi Shin
S8 - 29/5
S. 593, Relief of Hans Christian Gunnar Mikkelson
S8 - 29/6
S. 644, Amend Foreign Service Act
S8 - 29/7
S. 910, Retirement Credit for Relief Agency Employ
S8 - 29/8
S. 911, Relief of William H. Brownlee
S8 - 29/9
S. 993, Special Program for Feed Grains
S8 - 29/10
S. 1030, Relocate Glasgow Transmission Line
S8 - 29/11
S. 1316, Improve Land Patterns on Fort Belknap
S8 - 29/12
S. 1439, Relief of Mrs. Karro and Children
S8 - 29/13
S. 1479, Criminal, Civil Jurisdiction on Reservations
S8 - 29/14
S. 1501, Authority to Sell BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Electric and Telephone Facilities
S8 - 30/1
S. 1540, Increase Indian Revolving Loan Fund
S8 - 30/2
S. 1697, Huntley Irrigation Progress
S8 - 30/3
S. 1748, Distribution of Congressional Record
S8 - 30/4
S. 1911, Income from Indian Tribal Lands
S8 - 30/5
S. 1912, Flathead Irrigation Project
S8 - 30/6
S. 1925, Sub-marginal Lands, Fort Peck Reservation
S8 - 30/7
S. 2007, Special Custom Services for Pilots
S8 - 30/8
S. 2026, Assistance for Landless Indians (Hill 57)
S8 - 30/9
S. 2027, Stamp Commemorating Homestead Act
S8 - 30/10
S. 2096, Relief of Ding Lam Tam
S8 - 30/11
S. 2097, Set Aside Certain Flathead Indian Lands
S8 - 30/12
S. 2098, Harvesting Indian Timber
S8 - 30/13
S. 2132, Fort Shaw Lands- Sun River Project
S8 - 30/14
S. 2197, Amend Soil Bank- Grazing Lands
S8 - 30/15
S. 2215, Fort Belknap Sub-marginal Lands
S8 - 30/16
S. 2216, Transfer Unites of Fort Belknap Irrigation to Landowners
S8 - 30/17
S. 2224, Northern Cheyenne Mineral Rights
S8 - 30/18
S. 2832, Increase Postal Rates
S8 - 31/1
S. 2436, Transfer Lands for National Capital Parks
S8 - 31/2
S. 2454, Community Facilities on Indian Reservations
S8 - 31/3
S. 2535, Marketing Program for Wheat
S8 - 31/4
S. 2659, Prohibit Interstate Transport of Proscribed Drugs
S8 - 31/5
S. 2660, Hap Hawkins Lane
S8 - 31/6
S. 2694, Relief of Mrs. Jum Ak Marek
S8 - 31/7
S. 2750, Civil Rights- Elections
S8 - 31/8
S. 2860, Excess Lands- Milk River Project
S8 - 31/9
S. 2901, Relief of Ling Chuan Chiao
S8 - 31/10
S. 2938, Leasing of Crow Reservation
S8 - 31/11
S. 3050, Marketing Quotas on Irish Potatoes
S8 - 32/1
S. 3097, Railroad Mergers
S8 - 32/2
S. 3118, Establish a Land Conservation Fund
S8 - 32/3
S. 3134, Salaries of Senate Employees- Press, Radio and Photo Galleries
S8 - 32/4
S. 3289, Reopening National Service Life Insurance
S8 - 32/5
S. 3290, Sugar Act
S8 - 32/6
S. 3388, Relief of Evelyn DeJesus
S8 - 32/7
S. 3408, Facilities for Blind- Library of Congress
S8 - 32/8
S. 3558, Montana Power Preference
S8 - 32/9
S. 3588, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Dimitris Kokkitis
S8 - 32/10
S. 3678, Crow Leasing Act
S8 - 32/11
S. 3704, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
S8 - 32/12
S. 3710, Assistant Secretary for Forestry in Agricultural Department
S8 - 32/13
S. 3739, Relief of Carlitos D. Lazo
S8 - 32/14
S. 3789, Relief of Fun Wat Hoy
S8 - 32/15
S. Res. 114, Death of Senator James E. Murray
S8 - 32/16
S. Res. 140, Commendation of Alan Shepard for Flight
S8 - 32/17
S. Res. 150, Caution on Approval of Railroad Mergers
S8 - 32/18
S. Res. 162, Commendation of Senator Margaret C. Smith
S8 - 32/19
S. Res. 166, Death of Mrs. Carl Hayden
S8 - 32/20
S. Res. 170, Certification of Election of Senators
S8 - 32/21
S. Res. 190, Commendation of J. Edgar Hoover
S8 - 32/22
S. Res. 206, Tariff Commission Study on Minerals
S8 - 32/23
S. Res. 296, Tribute to Carl Hayden- 50th Anniversary
S8 - 32/24
S. Res. 324, Senate Youth Program
S8 - 32/25
S. Res. 388, Cuba Situation
S8 - 32/26
S. Res. 416-419, Routine Matters- Final Day of Session
S8 - 32/27
S.J. Res. 23, Election of the President
S8 - 32/28
S.J. Res. 40, Lewis and Clark National Tourway
S8 - 32/29
S.J. Res. 51, Woodrow Wilson Memorial Commission
S8 - 32/30
S.J. Res. 58, Qualification of Electors
S8 - 32/31
S.J. Res. 88, Bob Hope Medal
S8 - 32/32
S.J. Res. 98, Observance of Homestead Act
S8 - 32/33
S.J. Res. 106, Management of Senate Restaurant
S8 - 32/34
S.J. Res. 144, Beginning of 2nd Session of 87th Congress
S8 - 32/35
S.J. Res. 195, Capitol Commission
S8 - 32/36
S. Con. Res. 22, Opposition to Recognition of Red China
S8 - 32/37
S. Con. Res. 49, Death of Dag Hammerskjold
S8 - 32/38
S. Con. Res. 84, Viewing of Mrs. Kennedy's Trip to India
S8 - 32/39
S. Con. Res. 92, Presidential Authority- Reserve Units
Subseries 5: 87th Congress
Box/Folder
S8 - 33/1
Requests to Co-sponsor Bills
S8 - 33/2
Major Accomplishments
S8 - 33/3
S. 1, Youth Conservation Corps
S8 - 33/4
S. 2, Water Resources Research Centers
S8 - 33/5
S. 15, National Academy of Foreign Affairs
S8 - 33/6
S. 108, Columbus Day- Legal Holiday
S8 - 33/7
S. 138, Big Hole Battlefield National Monument
S8 - 33/8
S. 140, Harvesting Indian Timber
S8 - 33/9
S. 141, Improve Land Tenure- Fort Belknap Reservation
S8 - 33/10
S. 142, Hap Hawkins Lane
S8 - 33/11
S. 143, Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction- Reservations
S8 - 33/12
S. 171, Incorporation of Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation
S8 - 33/13
S. 187, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
S8 - 33/14
S. 223, Small Business Procurement
S8 - 33/15
S. 234, Relief of Karro Family
S8 - 33/16
S. 235, Relief of Evelyn M. DeJesus
S8 - 33/17
S. 397, Repeal Tax on Transfer of Silver Bullion
S8 - 33/18
S. 408, Set Aside Certain Lands for Flathead Indians
S8 - 33/19
S. 432, Air Pollution Control
S8 - 33/20
S. 543, Custer Battlefield National Cemetery
S8 - 33/21
S. 580, Federal Aid to Education
S8 - 34/1
S. 651, Glover-Archbold Parkway
S8 - 34/2
S. 654, Street Improvements- Army Reserve Units
S8 - 34/3
S. 710, Excess Lands Formula-Milk River Project
S8 - 34/4
S. 750, Truth in Lending
S8 - 34/5
S. 786, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park
S8 - 34/6
S. 829, Potato Marketing Quotas
S8 - 34/7
S. 865, National Academy of Foreign Affairs
S8 - 34/8
S. 880, Hospital Insurance Act of 1963
S8 - 34/9
S. 898, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Dimitris Kokkitis
S8 - 34/10
S. 914, Adjust Crow Reservation Boundaries
S8 - 34/11
S. 942, Railroad Mergers
S8 - 34/12
S. 1007, Northwest Power Preference
S8 - 34/13
S. 1063, Railroad Freight Car Supply
S8 - 34/14
S. 1119, Crow Reservation Rights of Way
S8 - 34/15
S. 1194, Remove Limitations- Coast Guard Retirees
S8 - 34/16
S. 1238, Surplus Personal Property
S8 - 34/17
S. 1282, Federal Aid- Primary System
S8 - 34/18
S. 1333, Relief of Kenneth Shek Mah
S8 - 34/19
S. 1364, Clear Land Title- Yellowstone River
S8 - 35/1
S. 1531, Flathead Irrigation Project
S8 - 35/2
S. 1532, Trust Lands- Fort Peck Indians
S8 - 35/3
S. 1534, Lead and Zinc Stabilization
S8 - 35/4
S. 1625, Relief of Sister Nicoletta
S8 - 35/5
S. 1687, Big Flat Irrigation Unit
S8 - 35/6
S. 1731, Civil Rights- Administration Program
S8 - 35/7
S. 1732, Civil Rights- Public Accommodations
S8 - 35/8
S. 1750, Civil Rights- Omnibus
S8 - 35/9
S. 1757, Leasing- Crow Indian Reservation
S8 - 35/10
S. 1803, Experimental Work Programs
S8 - 35/11
S. 1863, Canyon Ferry Dam- Modify Reclamation Law
S8 - 35/12
S. 1944, Relief of Geranios Family
S8 - 35/13
S. 1945, Preference of Power for Montana
S8 - 35/14
S. 2048, Big Horn National Recreation Area
S8 - 35/15
S. 2114, Federal Grant in Aid Programs
S8 - 35/16
S. 2279, Blackfeet Indian Irrigation Project- Peigan Unit
S8 - 35/17
S. 2307, FHA- Emergency Loans
S8 - 35/18
S. 2417, Alaska Highway
S8 - 35/19
S. 2479, Relief of Lester Goodwin and Louis Green
S8 - 35/20
S. 2500, Amend Mineral Leasing Act- Phosphate
S8 - 35/21
S. 2525, Restrict Imports of Beef
S8 - 35/22
S. 2542, Relief of Joseph P. Hennessey
S8 - 36/1
S. 2642, Combat Poverty
S8 - 36/2
S. 2657, Increase Domestic Sugar Marketing Quotas
S8 - 36/3
S. 2671, Re-define Silver Content in Silver Coins
S8 - 36/4
S. 2726, Airports to Serve National Parks
S8 - 36/5
S. 2779, Establish U.S. Mint in Montana
S8 - 36/6
S. 2821, Protect Farmers- Wheat History under ACP
S8 - 36/7
S. 2842, Benefits for Retreads, Claims
S8 - 36/8
S. 2866, Relief of Helen E. Parker
S8 - 36/9
S. 2922, Relief of Lilliana Rasseschi Baroni
S8 - 36/10
S. 2961, Judgement Funds- Northern Cheyenne Tribe
S8 - 36/11
S. 2968, Increase Federal Share, Emergency Cases
S8 - 36/12
S. 3105, Relief of Cedomir Capic
S8 - 36/13
S. 3141, Relief of Robert C. Lindstrom
S8 - 36/14
S. 3171, Relief of Hallam E. Weed
S8 - 36/15
S. 3191, Police Protection- Presidential Nominees
S8 - 36/16
S. Res. 89, Germaneness of Debate
S8 - 36/17
S. Res. 90, Amend Rule XXV
S8 - 36/18
S. Res. 96, Senate Committee Membership
S8 - 36/19
S. Res. 97, Select Committee on Small Business
S8 - 36/20
S. Res. 232, Acting President Pro Tempore- Senator Metcalf
S8 - 36/21
S. Res. 248, Open Highway in Yellowstone Park
S8 - 36/22
S. Res. 306
S8 - 36/23
S. Res. 367, Re-open Bobby Baker Investigation
S8 - 36/24
S.J. Res. 17, O'Mahoney Lake and Recreation Area
S8 - 36/25
S.J. Res. 102, Settlement of Railroad Rules Dispute
S8 - 36/26
S.J. Res. 121, Lake Townsend
S8 - 36/27
S.J. Res. 122, White Cane Safety Day
S8 - 36/28
S.J. Res. 123, Printing of Senate Procedure Volume
S8 - 36/29
S.J. Res. 135, JFK Silver Dollar
S8 - 36/30
S.J. Res. 159, American Indian Day
S8 - 36/31
S.J. Res. 161, Prayer in Schools- Constitutional Amendment
S8 - 36/32
S.J. Res. 184, Herbert Hoover's 90th Birthday
S8 - 36/33
S. Con. Res. 72, Death of King Paul
S8 - 36/34
S. Con. Res. 74, Death of General Douglas MacArthur
S8 - 36/35
S. Con. Res. 75
Subseries 6: 89th Congress
Box/Folder
S8 - 37/1
Requests to Co-sponsor
S8 - 37/2
Requests to Co-sponsor
S8 - 37/3
S. 1, Hospital Care for the Aged
S8 - 37/4
S. 103, Fort Union Post Historic Site
S8 - 37/5
S. 107, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 37/6
S. 253, Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction on Indian Reservation
S8 - 37/7
S. 267, Water Research Act Amendment
S8 - 37/8
S. 279, Relief of Frank Christensen
S8 - 37/9
S. 280, Relief of Jack Curtis
S8 - 37/10
S. 281, Relief of Kenneth Shek Mah
S8 - 38/1
S. 282, Alaska Highway
S8 - 38/2
S. 283, Protect Farmers' Wheat History
S8 - 38/3
S. 296, Release of Copper from National Stockpile
S8 - 38/4
S. 306, Air Pollution
S8 - 38/5
S. 470, Relief of Constantinos Geranios
S8 - 38/6
S. 471, Relief of Cedomir Capic
S8 - 38/7
S. 472, Relief of Hallam E. Weed
S8 - 38/8
S. 473, Relief of Lilliana Baroni
S8 - 38/9
S. 474, Relief of Robert Lindstrom
S8 - 38/10
S. 475, Increase Primary Highway Mileage
S8 - 39/1
S. 476, Airports near National Parks
S8 - 39/2
S. 491, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
S8 - 39/3
S. 493, Rural Water Systems
S8 - 39/4
S. 564, Lead and Zinc
S8 - 39/5
S. 598, Wheat Certificate Plan
S8 - 39/6
S. 600, Aid ro Higher Education
S8 - 39/7
S. 671, Secret Service Protection for President and V.P.
S8 - 39/8
S. 701, International Coffee Agreement
S8 - 39/9
S. 994, National Wool Act
S8 - 39/10
S. 1043, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Kokkitis
S8 - 39/11
S. 1044, Relief of Helen Parker
S8 - 39/12
S. 1098, Adequacy of Freight Car Supply
S8 - 39/13
S. 1212, Aid, Cooperation with Colleges and Universities
S8 - 39/14
S. 1346, Fort Peck Sub-marginal Lands
S8 - 39/15
S. 1396, Relief of Mrs. Wanda Martens
S8 - 39/16
S. 1564, Voting Rights Bill
S8 - 40/1
S. 1766, Rural Water Supply
S8 - 40/2
S. 1792, Law Enforcement Assistance Act
S8 - 40/3
S. 1833, Pacific Medical Center
S8 - 40/4
S. 1847, Excess Lands Above Canyon Ferry Dam
S8 - 40/5
S. 1861, Major Disaster Assistance
S8 - 40/6
S. 2036, Prohibit Practices Creating Coin Shortages
S8 - 40/7
S. 2080, 40% Silver Dollars
S8 - 40/8
S. 2080, 40% Silver Dollars
S8 - 40/9
S. 2347, Relief of Margit Deme et al
S8 - 40/10
S. 2370, Relief of Louis Green
S8 - 40/11
S. 2658, Commission to Study Export of Beef
S8 - 40/12
S. 2732, Veterans Direct Home Loans
S8 - 40/13
S. 2778, Education of Children of Low Income Families
S8 - 40/14
S. 2985, Relief of Hill County
S8 - 40/15
S. 3048, Relief of Andrew White
S8 - 40/16
S. 3076, Library Services and Construction Act
S8 - 40/17
S. 3086, Improve Quality of VA Medical Care
S8 - 40/18
S. 3091, ICC Authority to Relieve Boxcar Shortage
S8 - 40/19
S. 3097, Preservation of Historic Sites
S8 - 40/20
S. 3098, Preservation of Historic Sites
S8 - 40/21
S. 3107, Review of National Water Resource Problems
S8 - 40/22
S. 3125, Relief of Ding Y. Tam
S8 - 40/23
S. 3141, Relief of Wong Ock Wah
S8 - 40/24
S. 3169, Aid Mentally Retarded Dependants, Armed Services
S8 - 40/25
S. 3228, Northern Cheyenne Reservation Mineral Leasing
S8 - 40/26
S. 3363, East-West Trade Center
S8 - 40/27
S. 3371, Relief of Colonel Bruce Vail
S8 - 40/28
S. 3372, Pooling Agreements- Grazing Associations
S8 - 40/29
S. 3542, Excess Lands- Milk River Project
S8 - 40/30
S. 3896, National Foundation for Social Sciences
S8 - 40/31
S. 3910, White House Conference on Indian Affairs
S8 - 40/32
S. Res. 9, Printing-"How Our Laws Are Made"
S8 - 40/33
S. Res. 29, Printing- "Mineral Potential- E. Montana"
S8 - 40/34
S. Res. 116, Commendation of Senator Margaret C. Smith
S8 - 40/35
S. Res. 252, President Truman's 82nd Birthday
S8 - 40/36
S. Res. 298, Select Committee on Technology and Human Environment
S8 - 40/37
S. Res. 300, Troop Deployment in Europe
S8 - 40/38
S.J. Res. 1, Succession to Presidency and Vice Presidency
S8 - 40/39
S.J. Res. 3, Extend Date for Transmitting Budget
S8 - 40/40
S.J. Res. 65, Commission on Art and Antiquities in Capitol
S8 - 40/41
S.J. Res. 133, American History Week
S8 - 40/42
S.J. Res. 142, Congressional Representation for D.C.
S8 - 40/43
S.J. Res. 149, Aid to India
S8 - 40/44
S. Con. Res. 13, VA Hospitals Closing
S8 - 40/45
S. Con. Res. 43, Tributes to Adlai Stevenson
S8 - 40/46
S. Con. Res. 88, Parity Prices for Farmers
S8 - 41/1
Legislative Proposals
S8 - 41/2
Requests to Co-sponsor
S8 - 41/3
Requests to Co-sponsor
S8 - 42/1
S. 16, Vietnam Veterans- Additional Benefits
S8 - 42/2
S. 17, Amend Social Security- Drug Expenses
S8 - 42/3
S. 20, National Water Resource Review
S8 - 42/4
S. 24, Relief of Wong Ock Wah
S8 - 42/5
S. 28, Relief of Mrs. Wanda Martens
S8 - 42/6
S. 29, Relief of Colonel Bruce H. Vail
S8 - 42/7
S. 30, Relief of Cedomir Capic
S8 - 42/8
S. 110, Amend Social Security- Health Benefits
S8 - 42/9
S. 119, National Wild Rivers System
S8 - 42/10
S. 360, Relief of Dr. Ashwin Vaiodya
S8 - 42/11
S. 438, Additional Disaster Area Relief
S8 - 42/12
S. 514, Redwood National Park
S8 - 42/13
S. 610, Relief of Lilliana Baroni
S8 - 42/14
S. 665, Amendment- Support of President's Vietnam Policy
S8 - 42/15
S. 672, Relief of Margarete Deme
S8 - 42/16
S. 780, Clean Air Act
S8 - 42/17
S. 810, White House Conference on Indian Affairs
S8 - 42/18
S. 836, National Foundation for Social Sciences
S8 - 42/19
S. 978, Relief of Andrew White
S8 - 42/20
S. 982, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Vonada
S8 - 42/21
S. 1010, Flathead Indian Irrigation Project
S8 - 42/22
S. 1119, Grant Minerals to Crow Indians
S8 - 42/23
S. 1120, Grant Minerals to Northern Cheyenne Indians
S8 - 42/24
S. 1121, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 42/25
S. 1146, Expand Custer National Battlefield
S8 - 42/26
S. 1177, Disposition of Flathead Claim
S8 - 42/27
S. 1181, Exemption from Armed Forces
S8 - 42/28
S. 1232, Milk River Project
S8 - 42/29
S. 1253, Wolf Point Schools
S8 - 42/30
S. 1304, Unemployment Taxes- Indian Tribes
S8 - 42/31
S. 1366, Medical Clinics- Rural Communities
S8 - 42/32
S. 1374, Disaster Aid
S8 - 42/33
S. 1391, Cancel Construction Charges- Fort Peck
S8 - 42/34
S. 1428, Exchange of Lands- Fort Peck
S8 - 43/1
S. 1504, Expand FHA Assistance
S8 - 43/2
S. 1574, Amend PL 89-491
S8 - 43/3
S. 1588, Revise Beef Import Quotas
S8 - 43/4
S. 1601, Missouri River Basin Authorizations
S8 - 43/5
S. 1602, Northwest Regional Services Corporation
S8 - 43/6
S. 1700, Amend Adult Education Act
S8 - 43/7
S. 1717, Amend Federal Property Act
S8 - 43/8
S. 1735, Relief of Hill County
S8 - 43/9
S. 1797, National Flood Insurance Act
S8 - 43/10
S. 1903, Relief of Hamilton Gibson
S8 - 43/11
S. 2021, Alaska Highway
S8 - 43/12
S. 2021, Alaska Highway
S8 - 43/13
S. 2064, Relief of Basile Christopoulos
S8 - 43/14
S. 2201, Additional Circuit Court Judges
S8 - 43/15
S. 2310, Preservation of Order- U.S. Capitol
S8 - 43/16
S. 2332, Promote Security, Welfare, Foreign Policy
S8 - 43/17
S. 2332, Amend- Oil Imports- Puerto Rico
S8 - 43/18
S. 2335, Amend PL 89-491
S8 - 43/19
S. 2593, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
S8 - 43/20
S. 2594, Mineral Interests- Rocky Boy Indians
S8 - 43/21
S. 2614, Dental Care- Dependents, Armed Forces
S8 - 43/22
S. 2617, Commodity Reserve
S8 - 43/23
S. 2701, Isolated Land Tracts- Flathead Reservation
S8 - 43/24
S. 2709, State Jurisdiction - Indian Reservations
S8 - 43/25
S. 2822, Public Interests- Rail Mergers
S8 - 43/26
S. 2935, Social Security- Disability Amendment
S8 - 43/27
S. 2936, Drugs under Medicare
S8 - 43/28
S. 2973, National Agricultural Bargaining Act
S8 - 43/29
S. 3033, Increase Authorization- Missouri River Basin
S8 - 43/30
S. 3157, Potomac National River
S8 - 43/31
S. 3284, Authorize West Bench Unit
S8 - 43/32
S. 3364, Relief of Phil Ho Oh
S8 - 43/33
S. 3410, Freight Rates on Farm Products
S8 - 43/34
S. 3471, Relief of William A. Gallagher
S8 - 43/35
S. 3535, USIA Films- Archives
S8 - 43/36
S. 3581, Relief of James Ramsay
S8 - 43/37
S. 3582, Use of Secondary Road Funds
S8 - 43/38
S. 3634, Firearms Control
S8 - 43/39
S. 3638, Extend Dairy Program
S8 - 43/40
S. 3689, Reclamation Projects- Missouri River
S8 - 43/41
S. 3737, International Expositions
S8 - 43/42
S. 3954, Relief of Evony Herza
S8 - 43/43
S. 3955, Relief of Avelina Ong Patascil
S8 - 43/44
S. 3996, Relief of Alfredo Moraldo
S8 - 43/45
S. 4053, Relief of Clarence Machart
S8 - 43/46
S. 4058, Review Criminal Actions Involving Obscenity
S8 - 43/47
S. 4059, Limit Farm Business Deductions
S8 - 44/1
S. Res. 11, Amend Rule XXV
S8 - 44/2
S. Res. 12, Small Business Committee Members
S8 - 44/3
S. Res. 68, Select Committee on Technology and Human Environment
S8 - 44/4
S. Res. 155, Nuclear Desalting Plant, Middle East
S8 - 44/5
S. Res. 175, Review Flood Protection Works, Glasgow
S8 - 44/6
S. Res. 180, United Nations- Vietnam Conflict
S8 - 44/7
S. Res. 200, Thanks to Vice President
S8 - 44/8
S. Res. 281, Hunger in America
S8 - 44/9
S. Res. 284, 20th Anniversary- State of Israel
S8 - 44/10
S.J. Res. 4, National Asthma Week
S8 - 44/11
S.J. Res. 8, 18 Year Old Vote
S8 - 44/12
S.J. Res. 8, 18 Year Old Vote- Montana Mail
S8 - 44/13
S.J. Res. 8, 18 Year Old Vote- Out of State
S8 - 44/14
S.J. Res. 8, 18 Year Old Vote- Out of State
S8 - 44/15
S.J. Res. 27, Capitol Commission on Art
S8 - 44/16
S.J. Res. 30, Memorial to Astronauts
S8 - 44/17
S.J. Res. 31, D.C. Representation in Congress
S8 - 44/18
S.J. Res. 65, Railroad Dispute- Extension of Time
S8 - 44/19
S.J. Res. 81, Railroad Dispute- Extension of Time
S8 - 44/20
S.J. Res. 93, Gold Medal- Walt Disney
S8 - 45/1
S.J. Res. 96, Micronesia
S8 - 45/2
S.J. Res. 98, National Commission on Civil Disorders
S8 - 45/3
S.J. Res. 99, Helen Keller Memorial Week
S8 - 45/4
S.J. Res. 136, U.S. Policy- Territorial Sea
S8 - 45/5
S.J. Res. 153, Youth Week
S8 - 45/6
S.J. Res. 168, FHA Loan Fund- Temporary Funding
S8 - 45/7
S.J. Res. 178, Presidential Term of Office
S8 - 45/8
S.J. Res. 179, Electoral Reform
S8 - 45/9
S.J. Res. 179, Electoral Reform
S8 - 45/10
S. Con. Res. 11, National Indian and Alaska Natives Policy
S8 - 45/11
S. Con. Res. 47, UN Peace Keeping Force
S8 - 45/12
S. Con. Res. 64, Hearings on S. 1602- Print More Copies
S8 - 45/13
Amend #415 to S. 2171, Subversive Activities Control
S8 - 45/14
Amend #998 to H.R. 18707, Limit Indirect Research Expenses
Subseries 7: 91st Congress
Box/Folder
S8 - 46/1
Requests for Co-sponsorship
S8 - 47/1
S. 7, Water Pollution Control Act
S8 - 47/2
S. 43, Great Plains Conservation Program
S8 - 47/3
S. 310, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Walters
S8 - 47/4
S. 311, Relief of James Glen Ramsay
S8 - 47/5
S. 313, Relief of Avelina Patascil
S8 - 47/6
S. 314, Relief of Alfredo Morado
S8 - 47/7
S. 315, Relief of Clarence Machart
S8 - 47/8
S. 316, Relief of Basile Christopoulos
S8 - 47/9
S. 317, Margaret Deme
S8 - 47/10
S. 318, Relief of Cedomir Capic
S8 - 47/11
S. 319, Relief of Lilliana Baroni
S8 - 47/12
S. 320, Relief of Ebony V. Herza
S8 - 47/13
S. 321, Relief of Gregoris A. Goutanis
S8 - 47/14
S. 412, Lincoln Back Country
S8 - 47/15
S. 500, Limit Business Farm Deduction
S8 - 47/16
S. 500, Limit Business Farm Deduction
S8 - 48/1
S. 508, National Foundation for Social Sciences
S8 - 48/2
S. 607, Utility Consumers Council
S8 - 48/3
S. 741, Columbia River Power System
S8 - 48/4
S. 773, Exempt Private Aircraft- Customs Fees
S8 - 48/5
S. 783, Relief of Mrs. Wanda Martens
S8 - 48/6
S. 784, Relief of Hamilton Gibson
S8 - 48/7
S. 785, Farmers- Hay Indemnity Payments
S8 - 48/8
S. 786, Mineral Rights- Fort Belknap
S8 - 48/9
S. 811, Fair Farm Budget Act
S8 - 48/10
S. 812, National Agriculture Bargaining Act
S8 - 48/11
S. 845, IRS Rulings on Gun Control
S8 - 48/12
S. 849, Gun Control Act- Penalty Provisions
S8 - 48/13
S. 952, Department of Peace
S8 - 48/14
S. 1072, Appalachian Regional Development Act
S8 - 48/15
S. 1132, Social Security- Define "Disability"
S8 - 48/16
S. 1141, Remove Restriction- Montana Lands
S8 - 48/17
S. 1179, Airline Student Fares
S8 - 48/18
S. 1195, Hospital Care Payments Under Medicare
S8 - 48/19
S. 1206, Trust Lands- Fort Peck Tribe
S8 - 48/20
S. 1212, Small Business Investment Act of 1969
S8 - 48/21
S. 1213, Small Business Capital Bank
S8 - 49/1
S. 1219, Freeze Oil Drilling in Santa Barbara Channel
S8 - 49/2
S. 1229, Law and Order Assistance to Indian Tribes
S8 - 49/3
S. 1247, Capitol Guide Service
S8 - 49/4
S. 1290, Incorporate College Benefit System
S8 - 49/5
S. 1373, CAB Jurisdiction- Airline Ownership
S8 - 49/6
S. 1484, Abolish Commission on National Memorial Stadium
S8 - 49/7
S. 1485, Abolish Commission on Visitors Services
S8 - 49/8
S. 1486, Commission Extension - U.S. Capitol
S8 - 49/9
S. 1517, Set Aside Lands- Flathead Reservation
S8 - 49/10
S. 1519, National Commission on Libraries
S8 - 49/11
S. 1520, Exempt Failing Newspapers from Anti-Trust Laws
S8 - 49/12
S. 1635, Sole Surviving Son Exempt from Vietnam Service
S8 - 49/13
S. 1675, Relief of William A. Gallagher
S8 - 49/14
S. 1684, Financing Rural Telephone Co-ops
S8 - 49/15
S. 1685, Major Disaster Relief Bill
S8 - 49/16
S. 1706, Strengthen Anti-Obscenity Laws
S8 - 49/17
S. 1766, Disposition Judgment- Flathead Reservation
S8 - 49/18
S. 1783, Relief of Roberto DeLamonica
S8 - 49/19
S. 1784, Relief of Norad Electric
S8 - 49/20
S. 1793, Judgment Funds, Sioux Tribe, Fort Peck
S8 - 49/21
S. 1832, National Timber Supply Act
S8 - 49/22
S. 1832, National Timber Supply Act
S8 - 49/23
S. 1832, National Timber Supply Act
S8 - 50/1
S. 1851, Honey Promotion and Research Act
S8 - 50/2
S. 1993, Public Disclosure Bill
S8 - 50/3
S. 2004, Federal Communications Commission- Orderly license Procedures
S8 - 50/4
S. 2057, Curb Mail Order Pornography
S8 - 50/5
S. 2060, Headstart Child Development Act
S8 - 50/6
S. 2073, Prohibit Certain Material to Minors
S8 - 50/7
S. 2074, Prohibit Mailing Salacious Advertising
S8 - 50/8
S. 2079, Annual Conference on Export of Beef
S8 - 50/9
S. 2094, Extend Lewis and Clark Commission
S8 - 50/10
S. 2108, Family Planning Population Research
S8 - 50/11
S. 2117, Relief of Lai Wai
S8 - 50/12
S. 2265, Indian Public Assistance
S8 - 50/13
S. 2277, Impost Excess Profits Tax
S8 - 50/14
S. 2283, Commercial Agreements with Communist Countries
S8 - 50/15
S. 2290, American Youth Opportunities
S8 - 50/16
S. 2355, Commission on Freight Rates
S8 - 50/17
S. 2464, Hearing Examiners Indian Probate Work
S8 - 50/18
S. 2465, Crime Control Act- Allocation of Grants
S8 - 50/19
S. 2515, Public Assistance- Flathead Indians
S8 - 50/20
S. 2518, Liberalize Social Security Aid for the Blind
S8 - 50/21
S. 2546, ABM
S8 - 50/22
S. 2546, Test Facilities- Kwajelein Island
S8 - 50/23
S. 2583, Eisenhower Silver Dollar
S8 - 50/24
S. 2644, Government Contracts- Price Increases
S8 - 50/25
S. 2676, Control Obscene Material- Minors
S8 - 50/26
S. 2689, Tax Exemption for Military in Korea
S8 - 50/27
S. 2691, Government Contracts- Former Government Officials
S8 - 50/28
S. 2706, Improving Facilities- Army Reserve Center
S8 - 50/29
S. 2718, Modify Ammunition Bookkeeping
S8 - 50/30
S. 2893, Reservation of Archeological Data
S8 - 50/31
S. 3007, Transfer Brown Unit- Fort Belknap Irrigation Project
S8 - 50/32
S. 3068, Farm Bill
S8 - 50/33
S. 3072, Low Emission Vehicle Procurement
S8 - 50/34
S. 3112, Use of Solid Wastes- Coal Mining
S8 - 50/35
S. 3113, Change Congressional Procedure
S8 - 50/36
S. 3147, Indemnity Payments to Dairy Farmers
S8 - 50/37
S. 3151, Environmental Quality Act
S8 - 50/38
S. 3163, White House Conference on Indians
S8 - 50/39
S. 3181, Pollution Control- River Basins
S8 - 50/40
S. 3200, Libby Dam Fish Hatchery
S8 - 50/41
S. 3216, Health Hazards of Lead Paint
S8 - 50/42
S. 3220, Control Mailing of Obscene Literature
S8 - 50/43
S. 3223, Additional ICC Authority- Box Cars
S8 - 51/1
S. 3253, Dirksen Federal Building in Chicago
S8 - 51/2
S. 3315, Relief of Perry Pretty Paint
S8 - 51/3
S. 3334, Box Car Shortage- Increased Penalties
S8 - 51/4
S. 3352, Relief of Solomon Simtob
S8 - 51/5
S. 3354, National Land use Policy
S8 - 51/6
S. 3356, Advance Payments- Feed Grain Program
S8 - 51/7
S. 3388, Environment Quality Administration
S8 - 51/8
S. 3401, Use of Certain Pesticides
S8 - 51/9
S. 3417, Interstate Shipment of Sporting Firearms
S8 - 51/10
S. 3422, Relief of Samuelsons
S8 - 51/11
S. 3464, Dirksen Office Building
S8 - 51/12
S. 3466, Amend Clean Air Act
S8 - 51/13
S. 3546, National Air Quality Standards Act
S8 - 51/14
S. 3562, Drug Abuse Treatment
S8 - 51/15
S. 3598, Financial Assistance- Land Conservation
S8 - 51/16
S. 3607, Rural Community Development Act
S8 - 51/17
S. 3614, Pollution- Federal Procurement Standard
S8 - 51/18
S. 3655, Tax Exemption- Persons over 70
S8 - 51/19
S. 3677, Environmental Quality Administration Act
S8 - 51/20
S. 3687, National Water Quality Administration Act
S8 - 51/21
S. 3694, Milk River Project
S8 - 51/22
S. 3697, Amend Water Pollution Control Act
S8 - 51/23
S. 3724, Eliminate Requirement of Purchase of .22 Ammo
S8 - 51/24
S. 3761, Relief of Mario Di Rienzo
S8 - 51/25
S. 3835, Prevention, Treatment of Alcoholism
S8 - 51/26
S. 3901, Compensate Crow Indians
S8 - 52/1
S. 3942, Inspection of Beef Imports
S8 - 52/2
S. 3951, Tax Deduction- Medical Expenses
S8 - 52/3
S. 3952, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Cochand
S8 - 52/4
S. 3984, American Indian Development Bank
S8 - 52/5
S. 4002, National Information and Resource Center for the Handicapped
S8 - 52/6
S. 4032, Advisory Commission on American Indian Education
S8 - 52/7
S. 4059, Education Opportunities- Indian Children
S8 - 52/8
S. 4060, Relief of Paul Grenier
S8 - 52/9
S. 4071, Relief of Anthony E. Keane
S8 - 52/10
S. 4199, Relief of Josephina Gozales Batoon
S8 - 52/11
S. 4209, Judgment Funds- Blackfeet- Gros Ventres
S8 - 52/12
S. 4236, Election Days- Legal Holidays
S8 - 52/13
S. 4252, Amend Internal Revenue Code
S8 - 52/14
S. 4371, Abolish ICC
S8 - 52/15
S. 4375, Status of Little Shell Bank, Chippewa
S8 - 52/16
S. 4384, Relief of Shan W. Wooford
S8 - 52/17
S. 4537, Amend Coal Mine Safety Act
S8 - 52/18
S. 4544, Trust Lands- Fort Belknap Reservation
S8 - 52/19
S. 4576, Compensation to Persons Injured by Criminals
S8 - 52/20
S. 4607, Federal Election Campaign Act
S8 - 52/21
S. Res. 163, American Legion 50th Anniversary
S8 - 52/22
S. Res. 211, Limitation on Strategic Weapons
S8 - 52/23
S. Res. 224, Commend Apollo II Astronauts
S8 - 52/24
S. 275, Vietnam Moratorium
S8 - 52/25
S. Res. 275, Vietnam Moratorium
S8 - 52/26
S. Res. 280, Vietnam
S8 - 52/27
S. Res. 292, Troop Deployment in Europe
S8 - 52/28
S. Res. 375, Honor Eastern Airlines Pilots- Hijacking
S8 - 52/29
S. Res. 376, Cancer Research
S8 - 52/30
S. Res. 399, World Environmental Institute
S8 - 52/31
S. Res. 496, White House Conference on the Economy
S8 - 53/1
S.J. Res. 1, Popular Election of President
S8 - 53/2
S.J. Res. 19, 18 Year Old Vote
S8 - 53/3
S.J. Res. 20, Election of President
S8 - 53/4
S.J. Res. 21, Presidential Term of Office
S8 - 53/5
S.J. Res. 28, Carl Hayden Project
S8 - 53/6
S.J. Res. 29, 100th Anniversary of Yellowstone Park
S8 - 53/7
S.J. Res. 36, Limit Senate Debate
S8 - 53/8
S.J. Res. 49, Trust Territory in Pacific
S8 - 53/9
S.J. Res. 91, Federal Development of Nuclear Power
S8 - 53/10
S.J. Res. 147, 18 Year Old Vote
S8 - 53/11
S.J. Res. 148, Exempt PL 874 Funds from Cutback
S8 - 53/12
S.J. Res. 166, Repeal Tonkin Gulf Resolution
S8 - 53/13
S.J. Res. 192, Voluntary Prayer Amendment
S8 - 53/14
S.J. Res. 207, Joint Committee on the Environment
S8 - 53/15
S.J. Res. 218, Day of Bread
S8 - 53/16
S.J. Res. 226, National Multiple Sclerosis Week
S8 - 53/17
S.J. Res. 237, Mineral Resources Survey
S8 - 53/18
S.J. Res. 257, Prisoners of War
S8 - 53/19
S. Con. Res. 34, National Indian Policy
S8 - 53/20
Amend H.R. 4249, 18 Year Old Vote
S8 - 53/21
Amend H.R. 13111, Prevention of Air Pollution from Fuel Combusiton
S8 - 53/22
Amend H.R. 17123, Cooper Amendment to Military Procurement
S8 - 53/23
Import Oil Quota System
Subseries 8: 92nd Congress
Box/Folder
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
January-February 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
March 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
April 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
May 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
June 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
July 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
August 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
September 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
October 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
November 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
December 1971
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
January 1972
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
February 1972
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
March 1972
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
April-May 1972
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
June 1972
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
July-December 1972
S8 - 57/1
Request to Co-Sponsor
S8 - 57/2
S. 1, Campaign Practices Act
S8 - 57/3
S. 10, Rural Development Act
S8 - 57/4
S. 34, Conquest of Cancer
S8 - 57/5
S. 34, Conquest of Cancer
S8 - 57/6
S. 34, Conquest of Cancer
S8 - 57/7
S. 34, Conquest of Cancer
S8 - 58/1
S. 82, Relief of Wanda Martens
S8 - 58/2
S. 83, Relief of William Gallagher
S8 - 58/3
S. 84, Relief of Avelina Patascil
S8 - 58/4
S. 85, Relief of Basile Christopoulos
S8 - 58/5
S. 86, Relief of Margaret Deme
S8 - 58/6
S. 87, Relief of James McAndrew
S8 - 58/7
S. 88, Relief of Cedomir Capic
S8 - 58/8
S. 89, Relief of Lilliana Baroni
S8 - 58/9
S. 90, Relief of Ebony Herza
S8 - 58/10
S. 91, Relief of Gregoris Gountania
S8 - 58/11
S. 92, Relief of Roberto DeLamonica
S8 - 58/12
S. 93, Relief of Mario di Rienzo
S8 - 58/13
S. 94, Relief of Emile Cochand
S8 - 58/14
S. 95, Norad Electric Company
S8 - 58/15
S. 95, Norad Electric Company
S8 - 59/1
S. 96, Relief of Shan Wofford
S8 - 59/2
S. 97, Relief of Lai Wai (Waiming)
S8 - 59/3
S. 98, Relief of Anthony Keane
S8 - 59/4
S. 99, Relief of Josephina Batoon
S8 - 59/5
S. 120, Protection of Policemen
S8 - 59/6
S. 142, Amend Gun Control Act- Sporting Uses
S8 - 59/7
S. 144, Exempt .22 Ammunition
S8 - 59/8
S. 155, Exempt Private Aircraft Charges
S8 - 59/9
S. 284, Relief of Solomon Simtob
S8 - 59/10
S. 285, Grant Minerals- Fort Belknap Reservation
S8 - 59/11
S. 286, Milk River Project
S8 - 59/12
S. 287, Little Shellband Chippewa Indians
S8 - 59/13
S. 343, Disclosure and Public Confidence Act
S8 - 59/14
S. 346, Rural Job Development Act
S8 - 59/15
S. 382, Fair Campaign Practices Act
S8 - 59/16
S. 449, Hearing Examiners- Indian Probate
S8 - 59/17
S. 450, Fort Belknap Trust Lands
S8 - 59/18
S. 451, Crow Reservation Land Compensation
S8 - 60/1
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 60/2
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 60/3
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 60/4
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 61/1
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 61/2
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 61/3
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 62/1
S. 484, Lincoln Back Country Wilderness
S8 - 62/2
S. 485, Aliens, Amateur Radio Station Operator
S8 - 62/3
S. 521, Amend Coal Mine Safety Act
S8 - 62/4
S. 522, Status, Little Shell Bank, Chippewa
S8 - 62/5
S. 592, Repeal Emergency Detention Act
S8 - 62/6
S. 595, Sprinkler Requirement Waiver
S8 - 62/7
S. 599, Crime Control Act- Indians
S8 - 62/8
S. 602, Disposition Judgment- Flathead Indians
S8 - 62/9
S. 635, Mineral Research Centers
S8 - 62/10
S. 648, Tax- Passive Investment Income
S8 - 62/11
S. 649, Abolish ICC
S8 - 63/1
S. 649, Abolish ICC
S8 - 63/2
S. 649, Abolish ICC
S8 - 63/3
S. 649, Abolish ICC
S8 - 63/4
S. 649, Abolish ICC
S8 - 64/1
S. 662, Improve Penal Institutions
S8 - 64/2
S. 681, State Environmental Centers
S8 - 64/3
S. 692, Relief of Ferdl Fettig
S8 - 64/4
S. 726, Farm Bargaining Act
S8 - 64/5
S. 727, Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act
S8 - 64/6
S. 742, Rural Community Development Bank
S8 - 64/7
S. 750, Compensation of Persons Injured
S8 - 64/8
S. 787, Rimrock National Monument
S8 - 64/9
S. 795, Corn Feed Grain Base- Hardin
S8 - 64/10
S. 849, Penalties for Commission of Felony with Firearm
S8 - 64/11
S. 896, Repeal Expenditures in Foreign Countries for Military
S8 - 64/12
S. 905, Repeal Expenditures in Foreign Countries for Military
S8 - 64/13
S. 921, Public Domain Lands Organic Act of 1971
S8 - 65/1
S. 1011-1016, Amend Water Pollution Control
S8 - 65/2
S. 1018, Rail Services in Major Centers
S8 - 65/3
S. 1030, Rehabilitation Services for the Blind
S8 - 65/4
S. 1090, Protect and Manage Wild Horses
S8 - 65/5
S. 1099, Encourage Rural Medical Profession
S8 - 65/6
S. 1100, Exemption- Persons Testing Firearms
S8 - 65/7
S. 1141, Set Aside Lands- Flathead Reservation
S8 - 65/8
S. 1173, Social Security Disability Criteria
S8 - 65/9
S. 1203, Election Days Legal Holidays
S8 - 65/10
S. 1231, Judgment Funds Chippewa Indians
S8 - 65/11
S. 1233, Limitation, Assignment, Combat Zones
S8 - 65/12
S. 1237, Repair Medical Care Facilities Disaster
S8 - 65/13
S. 1240, Mineral Exploration on Public Lands
S8 - 65/14
S. 1240, Mineral Exploration on Public Lands
S8 - 65/15
S. 1300, Advance Payments- Feed Grains Program
S8 - 65/16
S. 1311, Newsmen's Privilege Act
S8 - 65/17
S. 1335, Amend Social Security- Benefits for the Blind
S8 - 65/18
S. 1380, Land Grants- Railroad
S8 - 66/1
S. 1483, Farm Credit Act
S8 - 66/2
S. 1507, National Rural Development Center
S8 - 66/3
S. 1576, Mining and Mineral Research Centers
S8 - 66/4
S. 1666, Transportation of Mail
S8 - 66/5
S. 1698, Rail Passenger System
S8 - 66/6
S. 1699, Environmental Financing Act of 1971
S8 - 66/7
S. 1701, Consumer Protection Rail Passenger Act
S8 - 66/8
S. 1813, Relief of Rita Springer
S8 - 66/9
S. 1828, Conquest of Cancer
S8 - 66/10
S. 1835, Prevention, Treatment of Drug Abuse
S8 - 66/11
S. 1849, Spanish Peaks Wilderness
S8 - 66/12
S. 1849, Spanish Peaks Wilderness
S8 - 66/13
S. 1862, Olsen Lands O Fort Peck Reservation
S8 - 66/14
S. 1863, Sobotka Tomalino
S8 - 66/15
S. 1875, Calendar Year as Fiscal Year
S8 - 66/16
S. 2021, Relief of Colonel Paul Grenier
S8 - 66/17
S. 2022, Relief of James J. Eder
S8 - 66/18
S. 2040, Vocational Education- Volunteer Firemen
S8 - 66/19
S. 2068, Set Aside Lands- Flathead Reservation
S8 - 67/1
S. 2099, Protect Producers Reserve Stock
S8 - 67/2
S. 2132, Rock Creek Wild River
S8 - 67/3
S. 2166, Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site
S8 - 67/4
S. 2223, Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act
S8 - 67/5
S. 2230, Benito Juarez Circle
S8 - 67/6
S. 2256, Tax Relief for Smoke Jumpers
S8 - 67/7
S. 2298, Trust Lands- Fort Belknap Reservation
S8 - 67/8
S. 2349, Federal Voting Requirements
S8 - 67/9
S. 2463, Ten Hour Day- Four Day Week
S8 - 67/10
S. 2469, Relief of Kenneth Wolfs
S8 - 67/11
S. 2537, National Narcotics Treatment Act
S8 - 67/12
S. 2620, Expansion of Trade
S8 - 67/13
S. 2669, Federal Child Support Security Act
S8 - 67/14
S. 2709, Permission to Hold Gold
S8 - 67/15
S. 2724, National Indian Education Program
S8 - 67/16
S. 2732, Nullification of Certain Criminal Records
S8 - 67/17
S. 2873, Relief of James J. Eder
S8 - 67/18
S. 2875, Pass Privileges for Retirees on Railroad
S8 - 67/19
S. 2900, Kennedy Center Operations
S8 - 67/20
S. 2944, Tax Relief- Prisoner of War
S8 - 67/21
S. 2945, Appointments to Service Academies
S8 - 67/22
S. 2981, Environmental Improvement in America
S8 - 67/23
S. 2994, Compensate Victims of Crime
S8 - 67/24
S. 3052, James E. Murray Memorial Parkway
S8 - 67/25
S. 3123, Statutory Limit on Federal Spending
S8 - 67/26
S. 3157, Indian Participation in Federal Programs
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S. 3173, Earthquake Detection
S8 - 67/28
S. 3174, Golden Gate National Recreation Area
S8 - 67/29
S. 3229, Wheat and Feed Grain Program
S8 - 67/30
S. 3230, Disposition Funds- Assiniboine Claims
S8 - 68/1
S. 3245, Relief of Loretto Fitzgerald
S8 - 68/2
S. 3246, Veterans Dependency Indemnity Compensation
S8 - 68/3
S. 3276, Wheat Research, Promotion
S8 - 68/4
S. 3314, Extend Repayment- Price Support Loans
S8 - 68/5
S. 3392, National Science Foundation- Earthquakes
S8 - 68/6
S. 3449, Safety of Dams
S8 - 68/7
S. 3644, Amend Alcohol Prevention, Treatment Act
S8 - 68/8
S. 3648, Relief of Hong To Lam
S8 - 68/9
S. 3657, Tax Reform
S8 - 68/10
S. 3657, Tax Reform
S8 - 68/11
S. 3725, SBA Assistance- Montana Safeguard
S8 - 68/12
S. 3777, High Speed Transportation , California
S8 - 68/13
S. 3831, Authorize Marias-Milk Unit
S8 - 68/14
S. 3905, Survivor Benefit Plan, Armed Forces
S8 - 68/15
S. 4001, Earning, Deduction, Social Security
S8 - 68/16
S. 4046, Personal Depletion Allowance Deduction
S8 - 68/17
S. 4060, Relief of Ivan-Mas-Jaccard
S8 - 68/18
S. 4061, Mineral Interest- Rocky Boy's Reservation
S8 - 69/1
S. Res. 44, Uniform Standards- Health and Safety
S8 - 69/2
S. Res. 45, National Fuels and Energy Policy
S8 - 69/3
S. Res. 95 War Powers
S8 - 69/4
S. Res. 331, American Hellenic Progressive Association- 50th Anniversary
S8 - 69/5
S. Res. 377, Coal Moratorium in Montana
S8 - 69/6
S.J. Res. 1, Election of President
S8 - 69/7
S.J. Res. 7, 18 Year Old Vote
S8 - 69/8
S.J. Res. 8, Equal Rights for Women
S8 - 69/9
S.J. Res. 9, Limitation on Debate
S8 - 69/10
S.J. Res. 15, Earth Week
S8 - 69/11
S.J. Res. 17, Joint Committee on the Environment
S8 - 69/12
S.J. Res. 29, National Peace Corps Week
S8 - 69/13
S.J. Res. 34, Voluntary Prayer in Schools
S8 - 69/14
S.J. Res. 76, New State Medical School
S8 - 69/15
S.J. Res. 77, Presidential Term
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S.J. Res. 88, Intercity Rail Passenger Service
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S.J. Res. 118, Extend Export Administration Act
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S.J. Res. 125, Day of Bread Proclamation
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S.J. Res. 126, National Blood Donor Month
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S.J. Res. 135, National Law Enforcement Day
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S.J. Res. 142, Hoover Memorial
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S.J. Res. 158, Clean Up America Day
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S.J. Res. 169, Tribute to Law Enforcement Officers
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S.J. Res. 180, National Arthritis Month
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S.J. Res. 215, National Primaries
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S.J. Res. 215, National Primaries
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S.J. Res. 236, National Drug Abuse Prevention Week
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S.J. Res. 239, National Next Door Neighbor Day
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S.J. Res. 240, National Next Door Neighbor Day
S8 - 70/6
S.J. Res. 242, Ratification of SALT Agreements
S8 - 70/7
S.J. Res. 245, National Voter Registration Month
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S. Con. Res. 6, Public Health Service Hospitals
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S. Con. Res. 36, President's Forthcoming Visit to China
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Amendment #437 to H.R. 8687- End War in Vietnam
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Amendment #437 to H.R. 8687- End War in Vietnam
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Amendment #437 to H.R. 8687- End War in Vietnam
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Amendment #437 to H.R. 8687- End War in Vietnam
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Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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Telegrams to Buckley and Javits in support of Mansfield Amendment to the Draft Bill
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S. Res. 49 Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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S. Res. 49 Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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S. Res. 49 Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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S. Res. 49 Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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S. Res. 49 Amendment to Draft Extension- Withdraw Troops from Europe
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Amendment #923 to S. 659- Busing Compromise
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Amendment #999 to H.R. 1- Increase in Social Security
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Amendment #1357 to H.R. 14370- Indian Tribes in Revenue Sharing
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Amendment #1513 to S.J. Res. 241- Interim Agreement Between US and USSR
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Amendment #1514 to S.J. Res. 241- Interim Agreement
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Amendment #1613 to H.R. 1- Replace Public Assistance Program
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Amendment # to H.R. 10061- Hill Burton Funds, Department of Health, Education and Welfare Appropriations
Subseries 10: 93rd Congress
Box/Folder
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
1973
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
1973
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
April 1973
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
May-September 1973
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
October 1973
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
November 1973-March 1974
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
March-May 1974
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Requests to Co-Sponsor
June-December 1974
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S. 4, Employee Pension Welfare Benefits
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S. 32, National Science Foundation Policy
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S. 37, Budgeting and Accounting Act
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S. 50, Older Americans Act
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S. 156, Culebra Weapons Range
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S. 212, Termination of Vietnam Conflict
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S. 237, Relief of Sobotka-Tomalino
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S. 238, Relief of Ivan Mas-Jaccard
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S. 239, Relief of Loretto Fitzgerald
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S. 240, Relief of Wanda Martens
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S. 241, Relief of Basil Christopoulos
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S. 242, Relief of Hong-To Lam
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S. 243, Relief of Roberto DeLamonica
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S. 244, Relief of Josephina Batoon
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S. 300, Compensation of Victims of Crime
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S. 316, Expand Wilderness System East
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S. 372, Relieve Equal Time Requirement
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S. 373, Protect Legislative Functions Funds
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S. 394, Reaffirm Availability of REA Funds
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S. 413, Permit U.S. Citizens to Hold Gold
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S. 425, Regulate Surface Mining
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S. 440, Rules Governing Use of Armed Forces
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S. 450, Disclosure of U.S. Activities in S.E. Asia
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S. 451, Protect Media Source of Information
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S. 457, Compensation for Surface Rights
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S. 469, Relief of Solomon Simtob
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S. 480, Amend Federal Communications Commission Act- TV Translators
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S. 481, Mineral Interests- Rocky Boy's Reservation
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S. 514, Preservation of Archeological Data
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S. 516, Four Year Term- FBI Director
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S. 571, Labeling Imported Meat
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S. 632 Increase Income- Social Security
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S. 637, Free Flow of Information
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S. 689, Disposition of Proceeds from Mineral Rights
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S. 707, Amend Consumer Protection Act- State Activity
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S. 796, Museums Services Act
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S. 798, Criminal Rehabilitation
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S. 800, Compensation for Victims of Crime
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S. 1007, Foreign Commerce- Small Business
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S. 1017, Indian Self Determination Act
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S. 1025, Improve Nation's Energy Resources
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S. 1058, Blind Persons Disability Benefit
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S. 1081, Study of Alaska Pipeline Proposal
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S. 1103, Public Campaign Financing Bill
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S. 1109, Campaign Contributions- Tax Reform
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S. 1124, Gun Crimes- Increased Penalties
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S. 1133, Wildlife Restoration Projects
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S. 1148, Box Car Supply
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S. 1283, Energy and Fuels Research Act
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S. 1296, Grand Canyon National Park
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S. 1297, Disaster Assistance
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S. Amend No. 1305 Re. Education of the Handicapped
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S. 1314, Freedom of Speech- Members of Congress
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S. 1357, Relief of Mary Red Head
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S. 1358, Marias-Milk Unit
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S. 1361, Copyright Revision
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S. 1381, Use of Federal Areas
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S. 1418, Herbert Hoover Humanitarian Service
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S. 1500, FBI- Independent Agency
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S. 1517, Set Aside Lands- Flathead (91st)
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S. 1539, Amend- Federal Impact Schools
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S. 1541, Budget Ceiling and Joint Committees
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S. 1565, Congressional Role- Commerce and Energy
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S. 1599, Sale of Gasoline- Independents
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S. 1613, Tax Contributions- Artists, Etc.
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S. 1625, Delta Queen
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S. 1648, Appropriations Process
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S. 1688, Civilian Government Employees- Privacy
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S. 1709, Civilian Personnel- Military Installations
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S. 1721, Spanish Peaks Wilderness
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S. 1754, Relief of Hardrock Miners, Butte
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S. 1755, Relief of Mondakota Gas Co.
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S. 1756, James E. Murray Memorial Parkway
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S. 1848, Relief of Mrs. Lucy Locke
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S. 1865, Regional Environmental Centers
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S. 1923, Federal Information- Congressional Comm.
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S. 1949, Autism- Federal Support for Research
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S. 2094, Economic Stabilization- Feed Grains
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S. 2098, Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Sales
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S. 2106, FBI Director- 10 Year Term
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S. 2117, Transfer Mine Safety- Labor Department
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S. 2176, National Fuels and Energy Conservation
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S. 2190, Rural Housing Program
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S. 2264, Language Instructors- Foreign Service Institute
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S. 2284, Commemorative Stamps- Jeannette Rankin
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S. 2296, Forest Management Policy Act.
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S. 2318, Constitutional Right of Privacy
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S. 2359, Liberalize Benefits for the Blind
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S. 2397, Social Security Increase
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S. 2415, Cost Increases- Gasoline Dealers
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S. 2422, Rape Prevention and Control Act
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S. 2432, Information Procedures
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S. 2437, Study Manpower Requirements- Defense
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S. 2505, Public Assistance- Indians
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S. 2514, Relief of Hernando O Macalalad
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S. 2515, Relief of Flathead Indian- Claim
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S. 2697, Protect Subjects of Arrest Record
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S. 2711, Tax Benefits for Deaf or Blind
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S. 2789, Veterans G.I. Bill of Rights
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S. 2801, Vitamins, FDA Control
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S. 2852, Preserve Local Air Service
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S. 2867, Expand Rail Transportation Services
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S. 2868, Tax Counseling- Aged
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S. 2871, Good Stamp Act- Indians
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S. 2894, Terminate Emergency Daylight Savings Time
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S. 2896, Terminate Emergency Daylight Savings Time
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S. 2963, Constitutional Rights- Privacy of Individuals
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S. 3000, Amend #1387- Cut off Funds for Missile Testing
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S. 3015, Mandatory Gas Rationing
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S. 3046, Indians, Social Security- State Plans
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S. 3242, Relief of Wesley Gorrell and Family
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S. 3270, Commission on Supplies and Shortages
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S. 3285, China- Most Favored Nation Treatment
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S. 3286, Comprehensive national Health Insurance
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S. 3304, Exhibition of Chinese Artifacts
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S. 3352, Monitoring of Economy
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S. 3383, Veterans WWI Pensions
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S. 3398, Veterans Education- 10 Year Period
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S. 3413, Amend Land and Water Conservation Fund
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S. 3433, Eastern Wilderness Act
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S. 3440, Court Order for Wiretapping
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S. 3458, Food Stamp Program
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S. 3481, Air Fair Competitive Practices Act
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S. 3523, Commission on Supplies and Shortages
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S. 3548, Truman Memorial Scholarships
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S. 3600, Wage Increase and Cost of Living
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S. 3600, Wage Increases and Cost of Living
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S. 3600, Wage Increases and Cost of Living
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S. 3600, Wage Increases and Cost of Living
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S. 3600, Wage Increases and Cost of Living
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S. 3600, Wage Increases and Cost of Living
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S. 3605, FHA Assistance for Livestock Industry
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S. 3605, FHA Assistance for Livestock Industry
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S. 3609, Vehicle Weights
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S. 3641, Extend EDA
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S. 3674, Inspection of Livestock Products
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S. 3706, Relief of Janice Groves
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S. 3729, Great Bear Wilderness
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S. 3744, Abandonment of Electric RR Facilities
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S. 3790, Airport Landing Fees
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S. 3817, National Bank Act- Interest Rate Ceiling
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S. 3900, Cost of Living Task Force
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S. 3910, Amend- Interstate Commerce Act
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S. 3917, Export- Import Bank Act
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S. 3918, Cost o