Guide to the Warren Grant Magnuson Papers and Collected Materials on Magnuson
1918-1989

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Creator: Magnuson, Warren Grant, 1905-1989
Title: Warren Grant Magnuson papers and collected materials on Magnuson
Dates: 1918-1989
Quantity: 1406.5 cubic feet
Location of Collection: Materials are located in Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries. For more information about this collection, please connect to the finding aid on the University of Washington website.
Collection Number: 3181
Summary: Papers of a lawyer, state legislator, U.S. Representative and Senator, 1945-1980, from Washington state
Repository:
University of Washington Libraries
Special Collections

Box 352900
Seattle, WA 98195-2900

Languages: Collection materials are in English.  
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Biographical Note

Introduction

Born in 1905 and adopted by a Swedish family in Moorehead, Minnesota, Warren Magnuson moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. He began practicing law soon after he graduated from the University of Washington Law School in 1929. His early positions included Executive Secretary of the Seattle Municipal League, Special Prosecuting Attorney for King County, Assistant U.S. District Attorney and attorney to the Washington Emergency Relief Administration. Magnuson, a Democrat, began his political career in the Washington State House of Representatives during the 1933 legislative session. In 1934 he was elected King County Prosecuting Attorney, an office he held until his election to the U.S. House of Representatives from the First District in 1936. During his tenure in the House, Congressman Magnuson served on the Naval Affairs Committee and the Alaska International Highway Commission. A naval reservist before World War II, Magnuson spent several months on active duty in 1942.

In 1944 Magnuson was a successful candidate, for the Senate. He assumed his Senate seat early when his predecessor, Homer T. Bone, resigned shortly before the end of his term, thereby giving Magnuson seniority over other newly elected Senators.

Warren Magnuson was best known throughout his long Congressional career for his championship of consumer and health legislation. Appointed to the Commerce Committee in 1945, he became chair of that committee in 1955 after the Democrats took control of the Senate. Consumer protection legislation was an important part of the Commerce Committee's agenda throughout Magnuson's 23 years as chairman. In 1966 a separate Consumer Subcommittee was created and Magnuson served as its chairman also. His accomplishments were recognized by the National Consumer's League when, in 1977, they presented Magnuson with their Trumpeter Award for outstanding achievements in consumer protection. Magnuson co-authored a 1968 book, The Dark Side of the Market Place whichattempted to raise public awareness of the need for consumer safeguards.

Magnuson was also an advocate of government support for scientific research in the years following World War II. In 1945 he introduced a bill which, when finally signed into law in 1950, created the National Science Foundation. As a freshman Congressman Magnuson sponsored legislation in the House which created the country's first tax-supported research center, The National Cancer Institute. This bill marked the beginning of a career-long dedication to governmental support of biomedical research and education, which he continued through his 1948 sponsorship of a bill to create the National Institutes of Health, and expanded in the 91st Congress, when he assumed the chairmanship of the Appropriations subcommittee responsible for funding health, labor and education programs. In 1973 Magnuson was the recipient of the Albert Lasker Public Service in Health award.

A member of the Appropriations Committee since 1945, Magnuson assumed its chairmanship in 1978 and resigned as chair of the Commerce Committee. In 1979 he was elected President Pro Tempore of the Senate, reflecting his status as most senior member of the Senate.

Other issues which concerned Magnuson throughout his career were civil rights, particularly through his authorship of the public accommodations section of the 1964 civil rights act; environmental protection, including ports and waterways safety and supertanker regulation; and improvement of public power and irrigation systems in the Northwest.

House of Representatives, 1937-1944

Warren Magnuson was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1936, to the seat from the First District left vacant by the death of Marion Zioncheck. Magnuson took office January 3, 1937 and was re-elected by increasing majorities in 1938, 1940, and 1942. In 1944 he was a successful candidate for the U.S. Senate after Homer T. Bone decided not to seek re-election.

As a Congressman Magnuson served on the Naval Affairs Committee and chaired several of its subcommittees. His responsibilities in Naval matters grew quickly. Magnuson fought for the expansion of the Navy before Pearl Harbor and was instrumental in the building of the Bremerton Naval Shipyards, and in bringing most of West Coast ship building to Puget Sound. He also chaired a Naval Affairs Aviation subcommittee and the Guadalcanal Investigation subcommittee, which investigated the merchant marines' refusal to work.

Magnuson's other committee assignments included the Select Committee on Post War Military Policy and the Special Committee to Investigate the Federal Communications Commission. He was also a member of the Alaska Highway Commission and its chairman from 1938-1944.

Magnuson's first bill as a freshman Congressman was the Bone-Magnuson Cancer Control Act of 1937, which created the National Cancer Institute. He also lent his support to public power projects, sponsored the General Welfare Act and introduced legislation which successfully repealed the Chinese Exclusion Act.

Magnuson was a naval reservist before his election to Congress and after the Pearl Harbor attack immediately volunteered for active duty. Within a few weeks he was aboard the aircraft carrier Enterprise in the Pacific with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. After six months active duty, Magnuson was ordered back to Congress by the President and the Secretary of the Navy.

Senate, 1944-1980

Warren G. Magnuson was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1944 to fill the seat being vacated by Homer T. Bone. Bone then resigned his seat in December 1944. Magnuson was appointed by Governor Langlie to serve out the remaining days of Bone's term; this gave Magnuson seniority over other freshman senators.

Magnuson was perhaps best known throughout his long legislative career for his championship of consumer and health affairs legislation. Appointed to the Commerce Committee in 1945, he became chair of that committee in 1954 when the Democrats gained the majority of the Senate. The Committee had responsibility for legislation pertaining to the regulation of interstate commerce and transportation, communications and consumer protection. Under Magnuson's leadership numerous landmark consumer bills were passed in this period including the Flammable Fabrics Act (1953, 1967), the Hazardous Substances Act (1960), the Child Protection Act (1966), the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (1966), the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act (1966) and the Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act (1966). Magnuson chaired the Commerce Committee for 23 years, until 1978 when he became chairman of the Appropriations Committee.

Magnuson lost his seat in the Senate to Slade Gorton in the 1980 general election. At the beginning of the period covered in these papers, Magnuson became chair of the Labor-Health, Education and Welfare Subcommittee (later: Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Subcommittee) of the Appropriations Committee. He continued as chair of the Commerce Committee until 1978 when he relinquished that role in order to chair the full Appropriations Committee.

His positions on these two powerful committees enabled Magnuson to exert considerable influence in the areas of health care and consumer protection, major interests throughout his career. Examples of legislative accomplishments from this period include the National Health Service Corps, Children's Catastrophic Health Care Act, the Child Protection and Toy Safety Act, Poison Prevention Packaging Act, Consumer Product Safety Act, and Toxic Substances Control Act.

The long years of dedicated service in these legislative areas became formally recognized during this period. In 1979 Warren G. Magnuson was elected President Pro Tempore of the Senate. The position marked his status as the most senior member of the United States Senate. In 1973 he was awarded the prestigious Albert D. Lasker Public Service Award for leadership in health, and in 1977 he received the National Consumers League Trumpeter Award for outstanding achievements in consumer protection. In November 1978 the University of Washington's Warren G. Magnuson Health Sciences Center was named for the man whose strong legislative support had made the Center's facilities and programs possible.

Magnuson, a long-time advocate of free trade with the Peoples' Republic of China, led the first congressional delegation to that country in 1973 following President Nixon's historic visit the previous year.

In the latter part of 1970, Magnuson vigorously promoted funding for the SST program. The proposal was eventually defeated.

Content Description

The papers document Magnuson's career from his student days through the end of his Senate career in 1980.

For papers generated while Magnuson was in office, Magnuson's staff established the major correspondence categories: Legislative, General, Departmental, and Personal/Political. Legislative correspondence consists of bills and constituent mail on pending or proposed legislation and is arranged by subject or title of the legislation. Departmental correspondence consists of correspondence with federal agencies on behalf of constituents and is arranged by agency. Constituent case files, including military, social security, civil service and immigration cases, have been removed from the papers and accessioned separately. Some individual case files scattered throughout the papers may have been overlooked and are subject to special restrictions regarding their use. General correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject or constituent names. Magnuson's correspondence with friends and political associates were arranged with his campaign files to form Personal/political papers. Background files on specific topics were routinely kept by all of Senator Magnuson's offices. These are identified as subject series and may be found throughout the accessions.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Open to all users; however portions of the papers are subject to restrictions. Contact Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries, for more information.

Restrictions on Use :  

Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Preferred Citation :  

Warren Grant Magnuson papers. Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries, Seattle, Washington.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arranged in 25 accessions:

  • Accession No. 3181-001, Warren Grant Magnuson Pre-Congressionalpapers, 1929-1936
  • Accession No. 3181-002, Warren Grant Magnuson House ofRepresentatives papers, 1937-1944
  • Accession No. 3181-003, Warren Grant Magnuson Senate papers,1945-1956
  • Accession No. 3181-004, Warren Grant Magnuson Senate papers,1957-1968
  • Accession No. 3181-005, Warren Grant Magnuson Senate papers,1969-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-006, Transcript of interview with WarrenGrant Magnuson, 1978
  • Accession No. 3181-007, Warren Grant Magnuson film collection,1956-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-008, Warren Grant Magnuson sound recordingscollection, 1950-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-009, Warren Grant Magnuson videotapecollection, 1968-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-010, Warren Grant Magnuson case files,1945-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-011, Warren Grant Magnuson artifactcollection, 1918-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-012, Warren Grant Magnuson sound recordings,1947-1950
  • Accession No. 3181-013, Warren Grant Magnuson papers,1945-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-014, Warren Grant Magnuson campaignephemera, 1934-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-015, Videotape of Maggie: The Man, 1987
  • Accession No. 3181-016, Warren Grant Magnuson microfilmedscrapbooks, 1945-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-017, Warren Grant Magnuson moving imagesconcerning the 1968 election campaign, 1968
  • Accession No. 3181-018, Warren Grant Magnuson microfilmedscrapbooks, 1929-1944
  • Accession No. 3181-019, National Cancer Institute awardsbanquet program, 1987
  • Accession No. 3181-020, Warren Grant Magnuson floor book,1975-1977
  • Accession No. 3181-021, Memorial collection on Warren GrantMagnuson, 1989
  • Accession No. 3181-022, Warren Grant Magnuson legislativeaide's papers, 1973-1983
  • Accession No. 3181-023, Warren Grant Magnuson legislativeaide's papers, 1971-1980
  • Accession No. 3181-024, Warren Grant Magnuson letter to AliceRomero, 1973
  • Accession No. 3181-025, Warren Grant Magnuson legislativeaide's papers, 1940-1981

Additional Reference Guides :  

This finding aid can also be viewed on the University of Washington website.

Acquisition Information :  

Senator Magnuson's papers were transferred to the University of Washington Libraries following his reelection defeat in 1980.

Processing Note :  

Processed between 1981 and 1987.

The original arrangement of the Magnuson papers reflected the fact that substantial portions of the papers were received from federal storage where the Senator's staff had periodically retired inactive files. During processing, these installments were brought together with the files received from Magnuson's Washington D.C. offices. Similar records were identified and consolidated in each chronological segment. For the most part, the contents of folders were left in their original order. It was the practice of Magnuson's staff to begin new files each year and this pattern was adhered to in processing.

Photographs were relocated to the Warren Grant Magnuson Photograph Collection, PH Coll 683, Special Collections Division, University of Washington Libraries.

Related Materials :  

Magnuson's committee work is not fully documented in these papers. The bulk of the files generated by his work as committee chairman are in Washington D.C. The Legislative Archives Division of the National Archives is responsible for administering inactive, official committee records of both houses of Congress. Most Senate records in the Archives are available for public inspection twenty years after their creation; those records relating to personal privacy are restricted for fifty years. Unpublished House committee records are restricted (as of 1987) for fifty years. Committee files in the National Archives which may contain security-classified documents must be screened before use, resulting in delayed access. The Legislative Archives Division strongly recommends that researchers correspond with them in advance of a visit. Researchers should contact the Legislative Archives Division of the National Archives or the Senate Historical Office for more information about these records.

Appraisal Notes :  

Duplicated and non-essential material was discarded during processing of the papers. The latter includes tear sheets from the Congressional Record, unannotatedpublished material, some invitations, and personal documents, such as insurancepolicies and financial receipts.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Accession No.  3181-001:  Warren Grant Magnuson Pre-Congressional papers, 1929-1936
7.2 cubic feet  ( 16 boxes)
Arranged in 3 series:
  • Organizational activities and committee work
  • Personal and political papers
  • Democratic Party, State Committee Convention

Correspondence, reports, legislation, case files, speeches,financial records, notes, and scrapbooks.

Open to all users.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Organizational Activities and Committee Work
Box/Folder
1/1 Municipal League. Seattle and King County 1929-1931
1/2 King County. Special Prosecuting Attorney 1932
Washington. Legislature. House of Representatives
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder
1/3-10 A-Z 1933
1/11 Unidentified circa 1933
Box/Folder
1/12-15 Outgoing Letters 1933
1/16 Speeches And Writings -- Others 1932-1933
1/17 Legislation 1933
1/18 Reports And Clippings 1933
Washington. Emergency Relief Administration
Box/Folder
1/19 Organization 1933
1/20-24 General Correspondence 1933-1934
1/25 Minutes And Agenda 1933
2/1 Reports 1933
Case Files
Box/Folder
2/2 Van Horne vs. Foisie, Ernst et al 1933-1934
2/3 G.W. Hamilton vs. Clarence D. Martin, Otto Case and Cliff Yelle individually and as State Finance Committee of State of Washington 1933
2/4 Notes 1933
2/5 Bulletins 1933
2/6 Miscellaneous 1933
Washington. Judicial Council
Box/Folder
2/7 General Correspondence 1933-1934
2/8 Speeches And Writings -- Others circa 1933-1934
2/9 Reports 1932-1934
2/10 Legislation circa 1933-1934
2/11 Miscellaneous circa 1930-1936
Washington Bar Association. Legislative Committee
Box/Folder
2/12 General Correspondence 1935-1936
2/13 Reports And Miscellaneous 1933
2/14 U.S. District Attorney. (Assistant) 1933-1934
King County. Prosecuting Attorney
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder
2/15-3/4 A-Z 1935-1936
Incoming Letters -- "Crank" letters 1935-1936
Box/Folder
3/5-8 A-Z 1935
3/9 Unidentified 1935
Box/Folder
3/10-4/10 Outgoing Letters 1935-1936
General Correspondence 1935-1936
Juvenile Crime Prevention 1935
Box/Folder
4/11 General 1935
4/12 Notes 1935
4/13 Clippings 1935
4/14 Miscellaneous 1935
4/14 KIRO Radio Series (Magnuson Talk Show) 1935
4/15 General 1935
4/16 Speeches and Writings -- Others 1935
4/17 Notes 1935
4/18 Miscellaneous 1935
4/19 Justices of the Peace and Constables 1935
Box/Folder
4/20 Veteran-Communist Matter (Communist Worker's School Meeting Breakup) 1935
4/21 Interoffice Correspondence 1935
4/22 Minutes And Agenda 1934-1936
4/22 Financial Records 1934-1926
Box/Folder
4/23 General 1935-1936
4/24 Auditor's Reports 1933-1936
4/25 Calendars -- Daily Schedule ofAppointments 1935
4/26 Reports 1934-1935
4/27 Legislation circa 1935
Case Files 1935
Box/Folder
4/28 Erland Point Murder Case 1935
Box/Folder
5/1 Complaint of E.R. Walters and Ralph Walters vs. Ewing D. Colvin and Wilmon Tucker 1935
5/2 Golden Rule Dairy 1935
5/3 Relief Case Files 1935
5/4 Court Papers -- Disposition of Superior CourtCases 1935-1936
5/5 Statements And Testimony 1935-1936
5/6 Subject Series -- Fraudulent InitiativeSignatures 1935-1936
5/7 Miscellaneous 1935
Seattle Crime Prevention Council
Box/Folder
5/8 General Correspondence 1934-1935
5/9 Miscellaneous 1935
Northwest Airlines
Box/Folder
5/10-16 General Correspondence 1933-1936
5/17 Speeches And Writings -- Others 1933-1935
5/18 Case File -- Northwest Airlines, Inc. vs. WashingtonAircraft and Transport Co., et. al. 1934
5/19 Financial Records circa 1934-1935
5/20 Legislation circa 1934-1935
6/1 Legal Documents circa 1934-1935
6/2 Maps circa 1934-1935
6/3 Clippings circa 1934-1935
6/4 Ephemera circa 1934-1935
6/5 Miscellaneous circa 1934-1935
Personal and Political Papers
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
6/6-7/18 Miscellaneous 1931-1936
7/19 Applications 1934-1936
8/6 Recommendations 1934-1936
Box/Folder
8/7-14 General 1934-1936
8/15-18 For John A. Ryan, Deputy Prosecutor 1934-1935
8/19-9/2 Invitations and Meeting Announcements 1934-1936
9/3-17 Congratulations and Thank-yous 1934-1936
9/18-10/3 Christmas Cards 1934-1936
Speeches and Writings -- WGM
Box/Folder
10/4 University of Washington Law School -- StudentPapers undated
10/5-9 Robert Burgunder for ProsecutingAttorney 1930
10/5-9 "Permanent Registration" 1931
10/5-9 Support of Junior Democratic League 1931
10/5-9 Mayoral Candidates 1932
10/5-9 Anniversary of Birth of James Buchanan 1933
10/5-9 Economic Recovery Programs of PresidentRoosevelt 1933
10/5-9 Activities of State Legislature 1933
10/5-9 State Legislature, Extraordinary Session 1933
10/5-9 Special Constitutional Convention Ratification of21st Amendment (Repealing Prohibition) 1933
10/5-9 Washington Supreme Court Rulings on TaxMeasures 1933
10/5-9 Wage Protective League 1933
10/5-9 National Recovery Act 1933
10/5-9 Prosecuting Attorney, Complaints about ChainLetters 1933
10/5-9 Prosecuting Attorney, Prohibiting Sunday BeerSales 1935
10/5-9 Prosecuting Attorney, Crime Problem 1935
10/5-9 Prosecuting Attorney, Strike Problems 1935
10/5-9 Prosecuting Attorney, Duties of Office 1935
10/5-9 Memorial to Marion Zioncheck 1936
10/5-9 Oil Companies Monopoly 1936
10/5-9 Aircraft and Transportation 1936
10/5-9 Washington State Democratic Convention 1936
Speeches and Writings -- WGM -- Campaigns
Box/Folder
10/10 State Legislature 1932
10/11 Prosecuting Attorney 1934
10/12-13 U.S. Congress 1936
Speeches and Writings -- Others
Box/Folder
10/14-11/4 Miscellaneous 1932-1936
11/5 Campaign 1932-1936
11/6 Democratic Party. National Committee. NationalCampaign Committee 1932-1936
11/7 Congressional Record 1932-1936
Financial Records
Box/Folder
11/8 Personal 1934-1936
11/9-12 Campaign for U.S. Congress 1936
Box/Folder
11/13 Reports 1927-1936
11/14 Legal Documents -- Radio Contracts 1934
12, OVERSIZE 1,2 Campaign Materials -- WGM 1932, 1934, 1936
Campaign Materials -- Others
Box/Folder
12/3 Martin, Clarence D. 1936
12/4 Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1936
12/5 Others 1934, 1936
12/6-9 Campaign Materials -- General 1930-1936
12/10 Legislation circa 1933-1936
Lists
Box/Folder
12/11 Campaign for Prosecuting Attorney -- VoteTallies 1934
12/12 Campaign for U.S. Congress -- Voters and CampaignWorkers 1936
12/13-14 Campaign for U.S. Congress -- VoteTallies 1936
13/1 Campaign for U.S. Congress --Miscellaneous 1936
Notes
Box/Folder
13/2 Miscellaneous 1932-1936
13/3 Campaign for U.S. Congress 19363
University of Washington Law School circa 1929
Box/Folder
13/4 Community Property circa 1929
13/5 Contracts circa 1929
13/6 Criminal Law circa 1929
13/7 Equity Law circa 1929
13/8 Landlord and Tenant circa 1929
13/9 University of Washington -- LiteraryBackgrounds circa 1929
13/10 News Releases 1934-1936
13/11 Maps -- King County Precincts 1936
Clippings
Box/Folder
13/12-14 Miscellaneous 1933-1935
14 and oversize/1-2 General Campaign 1936
Ephemera
Box/Folder
14/3-4 Miscellaneous 1930-1936
14/5 Campaign for U.S. Congress 1936
14/6 Miscellaneous 1934
Scrapbooks
Box
15 Prosecuting Attorney 1933-1936
16 State Legislature 1932-1934
16 Campaign 1936
box:oversize
State Legislature 1933-1934
Democratic Party. State Committee. Convention
Box/Folder
14/7-9 General Correspondence 1936
14/10 Minutes 1936
14/11 Program 1936
14/12 Clippings 1936
14/13 Miscellaneous 1936
14/14 Olympic Club 1936

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Accession No.  3181-002:  Warren Grant Magnuson House of Representativespapers, 1937-1944
59 cubic feet  ( 59 boxes)
Arranged in 9 series:
  • General correspondence
  • Legislative correspondence
  • Departmental correspondence
  • Departmental correspondence -- priority applications
  • Legislation - WGM sponsored bills
  • Project files
  • Committees
  • Personal and political papers
  • Northwest Airlines

Magnuson's staff established the major correspondence series:"Legislative," "General," "Departmental," as well as the designation "Personal"each year.

Legislative correspondence consists of bills and constituent mailregarding pending or proposed legislation. Pressure mail was selectivelysampled by the Special Collections staff.

Departmental correspondence is primarily case files comprised ofcorrespondence with federal agencies and with constituents. It is arrangedaccording to agency.

General correspondence is the least clearly defined category, butincludes colleagues, friends, and constituents. To some extent it overlapslegislative and departmental correspondence, but the constituent mail ingeneral correspondence concerns issues, not necessarily legislation. Generalcorrespondence also contains correspondence with political associates inWashington State and with some individuals in the Personal / Political Papersseries.

Magnuson's correspondence with friends and close politicalassociates is in the Personal / Political Papers series. The distinctionbetween personal and political correspondence was not readily apparent so noattempt was made to separate them. The name folders in this series occasionallycontain material about, as well as from, the individual or organization named.Campaign material is also included in the Personal / Political series.

Northwest Airlines was a client of Magnuson's law firm. TheNorthwest Airlines series contains material relating to Magnuson's work ontheir behalf.

Since the original foldering of the papers was retained and sincesome individuals have correspondence in more than one series or year.

Open to all users; however, case files of individuals, primarilyin boxes 20-29, 55/19 may not be used unless prospective researchers sign astatement "agreeing (1) not to disclose identity of individuals documentedunless the individual documented is the user or unless the user is agenealogical researcher able to furnish proof of his research intent; and (2)to hold harmless and indemnify the University and Senator Magnuson's heirs forany loss or damages ariging from use of these files."

Container(s)
Description
Dates
General Correspondence 1937
Box/Folder
1/1 A 1937
1/2 B 1937
1/3 C 1937
1/4 D 1937
1/5 E 1937
1/6 F 1937
1/7 G 1937
1/8 H 1937
1/9 H 1937
1/10 I 1937
1/11 J 1937
1/12 K 1937
1/13 L 1937
1/14 M 1937
1/15 Mc 1937
1/16 re: Tom Mooney 1937
1/17 N 1937
1/18 Navy Yard, Bremerton 1937
1/19 O 1937
1/20-21 P 1937
1/22 Q-R 1937
1/23-24 S 1937
1/25 T 1937
1/26 U 1937
1/27 V 1937
1/28-29 W 1937
1/30 X, Y, Z 1937
1/31 A 1938
1/32 Agate Pass Bridge 1938
1/33 Alaska Airways 1938
1/34 Alaskan Fishing 1938
1/35 American Federation of Labor 1938
1/36 American Radio Telegraphists' Association 1938
1/37 Aviation 1938
1/38-39 B 1938
1/40-41 Bremerton Manette Bridge 1938
1/42 Bremerton Public Library 1938
1/43 C 1938
1/44 Coffee, John M. 1938
1/45 Congress of Industrial Organizations 1938
1/46 Constitution of the U.S. 1938
1/47 Cooperative Committee Report 1938
1/48 Crandall, Reuben Lee 1938
2/1 D 1938
2/2 Dies Investigation Committee (U.S. House. Un-American Activities Investigating Committee) 1938
2/3 Dulien, Louis (Dulien Steel Products Inc.) 1938
2/4 E 1938
2/5 Egg Importation 1938
2/6 F 1938
2/7 Federal Courthouse Site 1938
2/8 G 1938
2/9 H 1938
2/10 Hill, Knute W. 1938
2/11 I 1938
2/12 Initiative 130 -- strikes and lockouts 1938
2/13 J 1938
2/14 K 1938
2/15 L 1938
2/16 Lake Washington Bridge 1938
2/17 Library of Congress 1938
2/18-19 M 1938
2/20 Mc 1938
2/21 N 1938
2/22 National Rivers and Harbors Congress 1938
2/23 O 1938
2/24 P 1938
2/25 Pacific-Argentine-Brazil Line 1938
2/26 Pacific Northwest Centennial Exposition (1942) 1938
2/27 Public Power Districts 1938
2/28 Puget Sound Bridge & Dredging Company 1938
2/29 Puget Sound Navy Yard League 1938
2/30 Q 1938
2/31-32 R 1938
2/33 Renton Airport (Alan Blum) 1938
2/34 S 1938
2/36 Seattle-Alaska Airline Route 1938
2/37 Seattle. Central Labor Council 1938
2/38-39 Shingle Quota Restriction 1938
2/40 Smith, Martin F. 1938
2/41 T 1938
2/42 U 1938
2/43 V 1938
2/44 W 1938
2/45 Wallgren, Mon C. 1938
2/46 Washington Construction League 1938
2/47 Washington State Planning Council 1938
2/48 Washington. Public Welfare Department 1938
2/49 Yagle, J. G. 1938
2/50-51 A 1939-1940
2/52 Abel, Harry 1939-1940
2/53-54 Aberdeen, WA -- Laura Law murder case 1939-1940
2/55 American Red Cross 1939-1940
3/1-2 B 1939-1940
3/3-4 Bainbridge Island Road Controversy 1939-1940
3/5 Boeing Airplane Company 1939-1940
3/6-10 Bremerton Navy Yard 1939-1940
3/11 Building Service Employees Union 1939-1940
3/12-13 C 1939-1940
3/14 Coffee, John M. 1939-1940
3/15 D 1939-1940
3/16 Delin, Bertha Moller 1939-1940
3/17 Donworth, Paul and Donworth 1939-1940
3/18 E 1939-1940
3/19-21 Embargo -- Japan 1939-1940
3/22 F 1939-1940
3/23 Fleet Weeks -- Potlatch 1939-1940
3/24 Forbell, Charles F. 1939-1940
3/25 G 1939-1940
3/26-28 H 1939-1940
3/29 I 1939-1940
3/30 Inland Empire Waterways Association 1939-1940
3/31-32 International Labor Conference 1939-1940
3/33-34 International Woodworkers of America 1939-1940
3/35 J 1939-1940
3/36 K 1939-1940
3/37 Kastel, Oliver -- Scholarship 1939-1940
4/1 Kitsap School Problem 1939-1940
4/2 L 1939-1940
4/3 Lake Washington Ship Canal 1939-1940
4/4 Little Congress 1939-1940
4/5-6 M 1939-1940
4/7 Mc 1939-1940
4/8-10 Maritime Federation of the Pacific Coast 1939-1940
4/11-12 N 1939-1940
4/13 Pacific Northwest Centennial Exposition (1942) 1939-1940
4/14 O 1939-1940
4/15 P 1939-1940
4/16 R 1939-1940
4/17 Rainier National Park 1939-1940
4/18 Rochester, Al 1939-1940
4/19-21 S 1939-1940
4/22-23 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1939-1940
4/24-25 Seattle. Housing Authority 1939-1940
4/26 Seattle Newspaper Guild 1939-1940
4/27 T 1939-1940
4/28-31 Trade Agreements 1939-1940
4/32 U 1939-1940
4/33 V 1939-1940
4/34-35 W 1939-1940
4/36 Washington Co-op Egg and Poultry Association 1939-1940
4/37 West Coast Lumbermens' Association 1939-1940
4/38 X, Y, Z 1939-1940
5/1-2 A 1941
5/3-4 B 1941
5/5 Boeing Aircraft Factory 1941
5/6 Bremerton Navy Yard 1941
5/7 Bremerton Roads 1941
5/8 Bremerton Schools 1941
5/9-10 Bremerton Wage Dispute 1941
5/11-12 C 1941
5/13 Citizens -- New 1941
5/14 Congress of Industrial Organization 1941
5/15 D 1941
5/16 Delegation Matters (Political) 1941
5/17 E 1941
5/18 Enlistment Problems 1941
5/19 F 1941
5/20 G 1941
5/21 H 1941
5/22 I 1941
5/23 J 1941
5/24 K 1941
5/25 Kitsap County Defense Facilities 1941
5/26 L 1941
5/27 M 1941
5/28 Mc 1941
5/29 Maritime Federation of the Pacific 1941
5/30 N 1941
5/31 Narrows Bridge 1941
5/32 O 1941
5/33 P 1941
5/34 R 1941
5/35-36 S 1941
5/37 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1941
5/38 Silver Service for U.S.S. Washington 1941
5/39-40 State of Washington 1941
5/41 T 1941
5/42 Tacoma Judgeship Endorsements 1941
5/43 U 1941
5/44 V 1941
5/45 Veterans Democratic Club of Washington State 1941
5/46 Veterans Placement Bureau of Washington State 1941
5/47 W 1941
5/48 Y 1941
6/1 A 1942
6/2 B 1942
6/3 Boeing Aircraft Company 1942
6/4 Bremerton. Housing Authority 1942
6/5 C 1942
6/6 Citzens -- New 1942
6/7 Coffee, John M. 1942
6/8 D 1942
6/9 E 1942
6/10 F 1942
6/11 G 1942
6/12 H 1942
6/13 I 1942
6/14 J 1942
6/15 K 1942
6/16 L 1942
6/17 M 1942
6/18 Mc 1942
6/19 N 1942
6/20 O 1942
6/21 P 1942
6/22 Port of Seattle 1942
6/23 Puget Sound Navy Yard 1942
6/24 R 1942
6/24a Red Cross, American 1942
6/25-26 Rubber Situation 1942
6/27 S 1942
6/28 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1942
6/29 Smith, Martin F. 1942
6/30 T 1942
6/31 V 1942
6/32 W 1942
6/33 Y 1942
6/34 Z 1942
6/35 A 1943
6/36-37 Aluminum Plants 1943
6/38 B 1943
6/39 Boeing Aircraft Company 1943
6/40-41 C 1943
6/42 Citizens -- New 1943
6/43 D 1943
6/44 E 1943
6/45 F 1943
6/46-47 Freeman, Miller 1943
6/48 G 1943
6/49-50 H 1943
6/51 I 1943
6/52 J 1943
6/53-58 Japanese Statement 1943
6/59 K 1943
6/60 L 1943
6/61 M 1943
7/1 Mc 1943
7/2 N 1943
7/3 O 1943
7/4 P 1943
7/5 Pacific Coast Housing Investigation 1943
7/6 Patton (George S.) Affair 1943
7/7 Port of Seattle 1943
7/8-9 Puget Sound Navy Yard 1943
7/10 Q 1943
7/11 R 1943
7/11a Red Cross, American 1943
7/12 Rubber Situation 1943
7/13 S 1943
7/14-15 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1943
7/16 Shipyard Investigations 1943
7/17-20 Spokane Street Viaduct 1943
7/21 Steel Mill 1943
7/22 T 1943
7/23 V 1943
7/24 W 1943
7/25 World Airways 1943
7/26 Y 1943
7/27 Z 1943
7/28 A 1944
7/19 Aluminum Plant 1944
7/30 B 1944
7/31 Bremerton. Housing Authority 1944
7/32 C 1944
7/33 Chinese Situation 1944
7/34 Congress of Industrial Organizations 1944
7/35 D 1944
7/36 E 1944
7/37 F 1944
7/38 G 1944
7/39 H 1944
7/40-42 Halibut 1944
7/43 J 1944
7/44-45 Japanese Question 1944
7/46 K 1944
7/47 L 1944
7/48-50 Liberty Ship Investigation 1944
7/51 Library of Congress 1944
7/52 M 1944
7/53 N 1944
7/54 O 1944
7/55 P 1944
7/56 Port Orchard Schools 1944
7/57 Post-War Planning 1944
7/58 R 1944
7/58a&b Red Cross, American 1944
7/59 S 1944
7/60 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1944
7/61 Seattle. Housing Authority 1944
7/62 T 1944
7/63 U 1944
7/64 V 1944
7/65 W 1944
7/66 Washington State College Investigation 1944
7/67 Washington State Farm Bureau 1944
7/68 X, Y, Z 1944
Legislative Correspondence
Box/Folder
8/1 A 1937
8/2 B 1937
8/3 C 1937
8/4 D 1937
8/5 E 1937
8/6 F 1937
8/8 G 1937
8/9 H 1937
8/10 I 1937
8/11 J 1937
8/12 K 1937
8/13 L 1937
8/14-15 M 1937
8/16 N 1937
8/17 O 1937
8/18-19 P 1937
8/20 Q 1937
8/21 R 1937
8/22-23 S 1937
8/24 T 1937
8/25 U 1937
8/26 V 1937
8/27-28 W 1937
8/29 X, Y, Z 1937
8/30 Bacon -- H.R. 3128 (amendment to Tariff Act of 1930) 1937
8/31 Banking (government ownership of federal reserve banks) 1937
8/32 Beiter -- H.R. 4594 (amending Revenue Act of 1936) 1937
8/33 Bernard -- H.J.R. 240 (invoking the Neutraility Act) 1937
8/34 Bland -- H.R. 126 (excise tax on fish products) 1937
8/35 Bloom -- H.R. 3133 (funds for public pre-grade education) 1937
8/36 Burdick -- H.R. 3297 (labor hour monetary system) 1937
8/37 Celler -- H.R. 295 (amending Civil Service Retirement Act) 1937
8/38 Celler -- H.R. 3408 (amending Civil Service Act of 1883) 1937
8/39 Chapman -- H.R. 300 (Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act) 1937
8/40 Cochran -- H.R. 137 (protection for commission salesmen) 1937
8/41 Connally Oil Control Bill 1937
8/42 Copeland Bill -- S. 5 (Food, Drug and Costmetic Act) 1937
8/43 Federal Reserve Act Amendment (payment of interest on government deposits) 1937
8/44 Fletcher -- H.R. 2288 (funds for public education) 1937
8/45 Gasque -- H.R. 5030 (aid to Spanish-American War veterans) 1937
8/46-52 General Welfare Act, H.R. 4199 1937
9/1 George-Deen Act (vocational education) 1937
9/2 Guffy -- S.1 (coal) 1937
9/3 Harrison-Fletcher -- H.R. 2288 (federal aid to public education) 1937
9/4 Immigration Act of 1917 -- H.R. 1543 (amendment) 1937
9/5 Kidnapping (Lindbergh and Mattson Cases) 1937
9/6 Henry -- S.11 (labor disputes within Washington State) 1937
9/7 Lea -- H.R. 3898 (amendment to Communications Act of 1934) 1937
9/8 Ludlow -- Petition 11 1937
9/9 McReynolds -- H.J.R. 242 (Neutrality Act of 1937) 1937
9/10 Miller -- H.R. 1611 (protection of trade from monopolies) 1937
9/11 National Housing Act -- S. 1372 and S. 1545 1937
9/12 Neely-Pettengill -- S. 153 and H.R. 1669 (leasing of movies) 1937
9/13 Norton -- H.R. 1957 (cosmetics) 1937
9/14 Nye-Kvale -- H.R. 3800 1937
9/15 O'Mahoney -- S.10 (regulation of interstate and foreign commerce) 1937
9/16 O'Mahoney-Adams (Hawaiian sugar) 1937
9/17 Pettingil -- H.R. 1688 (railroad rates) 1937
9/18 Post Office -- S. 741 (raises for custodial employees) 1937
9/19 Public Ownership of Power 1937
9/20 Rank -- H.R. 1539 (widows and orphans compensation) 1937
9/21 Reorganization of Governmental Agencies 1937
9/22 Robinson-Patman -- H.R. 8442 (price discrimination in commodities) 1937
9/23 Ryan -- H.R. 3160 (money for public schools) 1937
9/24 Sabath -- H.R. 9 (defaulted securities) 1937
9/25 Schneider -- H.R. 3146 (postal savings depositories) 1937
9/26 Schulte -- H.R. 1543 (salaries, Immigration and Naturalization Service) 1937
9/27 Sheppard-Hill -- H.R. 1954 (prevent profiteering) 1937
9/28-29 Supreme Court 1937
9/30 Wagner -- S. 1166 (establish Federal Mortgage Bank) 1937
9/31 West Coast Defense 1937
9/32 A 1938
9/33-34 B 1938
9/35 C 1938
9/36 D 1938
9/37 E 1938
9/38-39 F 1938
9/40 G 1938
9/41 H 1938
9/42 I, J, K 1938
9/43 L 1938
9/44-45 M 1938
9/46 N 1938
9/47 O, P, Q 1938
9/49-50 R 1938
10/1-2 S 1938
10/3 T-U 1938
10/4 V-W 1938
10/5 X-Z 1938
10/6 Alaska Airways (airmail service between Seattle and Alaska) 1938
10/7 Appropriations -- H.R. 10238 (Department of Agriculture) 1938
10/8-12 Black-Connery -- S. 2475 (wages and hours) 1938
10/13-14 Boland -- H.R. 3134 (tax on fuel oil) 1938
10/15 Civil Aeronautics -- H.R. 9733 (airmail contracts) 1938
10/16 Farm Legislation (processing tax on wheat, cotton, rice) 1938
10/17 Federal Judgeship -- H.R. 10014 (additional judges) 1938
10/18 General Welfare Act -- H.R. 4199 1938
10/19 Hill -- H.R. 6704 1938
10/20 H.J.R. 178 (funds for fish products) 1938
10/21 Japanese Fishing -- H.R. 7552 and H.R. 8433 (protect Alaskan salmon) 1938
10/22 Ludlow -- H.J.R. 199 (national referendum for declaration of war) 1938
10/23 Marijuana -- clippings concerning 1938
10/24 Neely-Pettengill -- S. 153 and H.R. 1669 1938
10/25-28 Neutrality -- H.R. 9604 1938
10/29 Patman -- H.R. 9464 (tax on chain stores) 1938
10/30 Peters -- S. 265 (Castilloa Rubber Company claim against Mexico) 1938
10/31-32 Reorganization of Government Agencies -- S. 3331 1938
10/33 Schwellenbach-Allen -- S.J.R. 175 1938
10/34 Undistributed Profits Tax 1938
10/35 Wage-Hour Legislation 1938
11/1-3 Wallgren -- H.R. 4727 (Olympic National Park proposal) 1938
11/4-5 A 1939-1940
11/6 B 1939-1940
11/8-10 C 1939-1940
11/11 D 1939-1940
11/12 E 1939-1940
11/13 F 1939-1940
11/14 G 1939-1940
11/15-17 H 1939-1940
11/18 I 1939-1940
11/19 J 1939-1940
11/20 K 1939-1940
11/21 L 1939-1940
11/22-24 M 1939-1940
11/25-26 N 1939-1940
11/27 O 1939-1940
11/28-29 P 1939-1940
11/30 R 1939-1940
11/31-12/1 S 1939-1940
12/2 T 1939-1940
12/3 U 1939-1940
12/4 V 1939-1940
12/5-7 W 1939-1940
12/8 X, Y, Z 1939-1940
12/9 Bald Eagles Protection -- H.R. 4838 1939-1940
12/10 Cascade National Park Proposed Enlargement 1939-1940
12/11 Casey -- H.R. 6470 (unemployment relief) 1939-1940
12/12-13 Dies Committee -- H.R. 321 (continuation of support) 1939-1940
12/14 Finland Loan -- S. 3079 1939-1940
12/15 Fishing Industry Complaints 1939-1940
12/16 General Welfare Act -- H.R. 11 1939-1940
12/17 Hatch -- S. 1871 and S. 3046 (political activities of government employees) 1939-1940
12/18 Home Owners' Loan Corporation Act -- H.R. 6971 (proposed amendments) 1939-1940
12/19-22 Aid to Allies 1939-1940
12/23 Judgeships -- S. 1554 (changing federal judgeships) 1939-1940
12/24 Keep Congress in Session Requests 1939-1940
12/25 LaFollette Civil Liberties Commission -- S. 1970 (labor relations) 1939-1940
12/26 Marine Hospital -- H.R. 7708 (civil service rule protests) 1939-1940
12/27-13/4 Miscellaneous Legislation 1939-1940
13/5-6 National Labor Relations Act Amendments -- H.R. 9197 and H.R. 8813 1939-1940
13/7-10 Neely -- S. 280 (block booking and selling of motion pictures) 1939-1940
13/11-13 Neutrality Act 1939-1940
13/14-17 Neutrality Legislation, H.J.R. 306 1939-1940
13/18 Olympic National Park 1939-1940
13/19-22 Omnibus Transportation -- S. 2009 (extension of Interstate Commerce Act) 1939-1940
13/23 Optometrists Legislation -- S. 1620 and H.R. 5238 1939-1940
13/24-26 Patman -- H.R. 1 (tax on individual units of chain store systems) 1939-1940
13/27 Peeler -- H.R. 9141 and S. 1108 (Logs exportation) 1939-1940
13/28 Pension for Widows and Orphans of Veterans -- H.R. 7593 1939-1940
13/29 Public Works Administration Appropriations -- H.R. 4576 1939-1940
13/30 Railroad Legislation 1939-1940
14/1 Ramspeck -- H.R. 960 (extension of classified civil service) 1939-1940
14/2-4 Relief Bill (Works Progress Administration) 1939-1940
14/5-6 Shingles -- pulp 1939-1940
14/7-8 Agricultural Legislation 1939-1940
14/9 Alien Legislation -- Hobbs, H.R. 3 and Allen, H.R. 1644 1939-1940
14/10-12a Defense Letters 1939-1940
14/13 Dies Committee -- H.R. 35 (continuance of the committee) 1939-1940
14/14 Education Legislation 1939-1940
14/15 Fisheries Legislation 1939-1940
14/16 Indian Affairs Legislation (recovery of taxes by allottee) 1939-1940
14/17 Judicial Circuit Establishment 1939-1940
14/18-20 Labor Legislation 1939-1940
14/21-22 Lend-Lease -- H.R. 1776 1939-1940
14/23-24 Maritime Hiring Halls -- H.R. 2662 1939-1940
14/25 Vinson -- H.R. 4134 (labor strike minority reports) 1939-1940
14/26-33 Miscellaneous Legislation 1939-1940
14/34 Naval Affairs Legislation (wages, government contracts) 1939-1940
15/1 Neutrality Act 1939-1940
15/2 O'Mahoney Hearings -- U.S. Senate. Temporary National Economic Committee 1939-1940
15/3 Pensions 1939-1940
15/4-5 Postal Legislation 1939-1940
15/6-10 Public Works -- Bremerton schools 1939-1940
15/11 Schwert -- H.R. 1074 (physical education in the public schools) 1939-1940
15/12 Selective Service Act Amendments -- H.R. 4125 and H.R. 5186 1939-1940
15/13 Social Security Amendments 1939-1940
15/14-18 Tax Legislation 1939-1940
15/19 Tax Legislation -- billboard tax 1939-1940
15/20 Tax Legislation -- joint income tax return 1939-1940
15/21 Trade Agreements with Argentina and Canada 1939-1940
15/22 Transportation Legislation -- railroads, motor, air 1939-1940
15/23 Veterans Legislation 1939-1940
15/24 Agriculture Legislation 1939-1940
15/25 Alien Legislation 1939-1940
15/26 Appropriations Legislation 1939-1940
15/27 Civil Liberties 1939-1940
15/28-29 Civil Services Legislation 1939-1940
15/30 Congress of Industrial Organizations 1939-1940
15/31 Columbia Power Authority 1939-1940
15/32 Dies Committee 1939-1940
15/33 Education Legislation 1939-1940
15/34 Fisheries Legislation 1939-1940
15/35 Immigration Legislation 1939-1940
15/36-37 Labor Legislation 1939-1940
15/38 Liquor Legislation 1939-1940
16/1-3 Miscellaneous Legislation 1939-1940
16/4-5 Military Legislation 1939-1940
16/6 Pension Legislation 1939-1940
16/7 Poll Tax Legislation 1939-1940
16/8-9 Postal Legislation 1939-1940
16/10 Price Control Legislation 1939-1940
16/11 Sales Tax 1939-1940
16/12 Selective Service 1939-1940
16/13 Social Security 1939-1940
Box
16/14-16 Tax Legislation 1939-1940
16/17 Veterans Legislation 1939-1940
16/18 Wage-Hour Legislation -- H.R. 7071 1939-1940
58/39 Civil Service 1941
58/40-42 Columbia River Authority Act 1941
16/19-20 Agriculture Legislation 1943
16/21 Alien Legislation 1943
16/22-25 Appropriation Legislation 1943
16/26 Aviation Legislation 1943
16/27-28 Aviation -- H.R. 3420 (Civil Aeronautics Act) 1943
16/29 Banking Legislation 1943
16/30 Civil Liberties 1943
16/31-33 Civil Service Legislation 1943
16/34 Congress of Industrial Organizations 1943
16/35 Dies Committee 1943
16/36-171 Education Legislation 1943
17/2 Fisheries Legislation 1943
17/3 Food for Children in Europe -- H.R. 117 1943
17/4 Hobbs -- H.R. 653 (anti-racketeering) 1943
17/5 Insurance Legislation 1943
17/6 Kefauver -- H.R. 2985 (garnishment of government employees' wages) 1943
17/7-10 Labor Legislation 1943
17/11 Liquor Legislation 1943
17/12 Merchant Marine Legislation 1943
17/13-14 Military Legislation 1943
17/15-21 Miscellaneous Legislation 1943
17/22 Navy -- Osteopaths Commissions 1943
17/23 Pension Legislation 1943
17/24 Poll Tax Legislation 1943
17/25 Postal Legislation 1943
17/26-27 Post-War Financing -- H.R. 3518 (termination of war-time contracts) 1943
17/28-31 Post-War Planning 1943
17/32 Priority Investigation (Coffee resolution) -- U.S. money to Aluminum Company of Canada 1943
17/33 Renegotiation 1943
17/34 Selective Service 1943
18/1-3 Social Security -- HR. 2541 and S. 1161 1943
18/4 Soldier's Vote 1943
18/5-7 Subsidies 1943
18/8 Tariff Legislation 1943
18/9-14 Tax Legislation 1943
18/15 Transportation Legislation 1943
18/16-19 Veterans' Legislation 1943
18/20 Wage-Hour Legislation (re: Acheson-Black Ball Freight Service) 1943
18/21 Agriculture Legislation 1944
18/22-23 Appropriation Legislation 1944
18/24 Aviation (Lea Civil Aviation Bill -- H.R. 3420) 1944
18/25 Banking Legislation 1944
18/26 Civil Liberties (Equal Rights Amendment) 1944
18/27 Civil Service Legislation 1944
18/28 Conscription -- peacetime 1944
18/29-30 Education Legislation 1944
18/31 Equal Rights Amendment Legislation 1944
18/32 Fisheries Legislation 1944
18/33 Foreign Affairs -- Taft-Hillette -- S. 100 (relief of hunger in Europe) 1944
18/34 Highway Legislation 1944
18/35 Immigration Legislation 1944
18/36 Income Tax Form Complaints 1944
18/37 Insurance Legislation 1944
18/37a Interned Americans Relief Commission 1944
18/38 Jewish Repatriation 1944
18/39 Labor Legislation 1944
18/40 Liquor Legislation 1944
18/41 Merchant Marine Legislation 1944
18/42-19/2 Military Legislation 1944
19/3-7 Miscellaneous Legislation 1944
19/8 Mustering-Out Pay for Merchant Seamen 1944
19/9 Palestine Committee, American 1944
19/10 Pension Legislation 1944
19/11 Pension -- S. 878 (amendment to Retirement Act) 1944
19/12 Poll Tax -- H.R. 1017 1944
19/13-14 Postal Legislation (pay increase for postal employees 1944
19/15-16 Post-War Planning 1944
19/17-19 Price Control Act Legislation 1944
19/20 Price Control -- line limit (Hartley Amendment to Act of 1942) 1944
19/21 Price and Rent Control -- H.R. 4941 1944
19/22 Railroad Retirement Act Amendments -- H.R. 4805 and S. 1911 1944
19/23 Reconversion 1944
19/24 School Lunch Program 1944
19/25-26 Social Security -- S. 1161 1944
19/27-28 Soldier's Vote 1944
19/29 State Department Nominations 1944
19/30-31 Tax Legislation 1944
19/32 United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 1944
19/33-35 Veterans Legislation 1944
19/36 Miscellaneous Copies of Legislation 1937-1941
Departmental Correspondence
Case files of individuals, primarily in boxes 20-29, 55/19 may not be used unless prospective researchers sign a statement "agreeing (1) not to disclose identity of individuals documented unless the individual documented is the user or unless the user is a genealogical researcher able to furnish proof of his research intent; and (2) to hold harmless and indemnify the University and Senator Magnuson's heirs for any loss or damages ariging from use of these files."
Box/Folder
20/1 U.S. Agricultural Adjustment Administration 1937-1938
20/2 U.S. Agriculture Department. Farm Credit Administration 1937-1938
20/3 U.S. Agriculture Department. Resettlement Administration 1937-1938
20/4 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
United States Army, see United States War Department
1937-1938
20/5 U.S. Attorney General 1937-1938
20/6 U.S. Biological Survey Bureau 1937-1938
20/7 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1937-1938
20/8 U.S. Census Bureau 1937-1938
20/9 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1937-1938
20/10 U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps 1937-1938
20/11 U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 1937-1938
20/12 U.S. Commerce Department. Foreign and Domestic Bureau 1937-1938
20/13 U.S. Commerce Department. Lighthouse Service 1937-1938
20/14 U.S. Commerce Department. Marine Inspection and Navigation Bureau 1937-1938
20/15 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1937-1938
20/16 U.S. Education Office 1937-1938
20/17 U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission 1937-1938
20/18 U.S. Employment Standards Administration. Wages and Hours Division 1937-1938
20/19 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1937-1938
20/20 U.S. Federal Communication Commission 1937-1938
20/21 U.S. Federal Emergency Relief Administration 1937-1938
20/22 U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board 1937-1938
20/23 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1937-1938
20/24 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1937-1938
20/25 U.S. Federal Reserve Board 1937-1938
20/26 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1937-1938
20/27 U.S. Fisheries Bureau 1937-1938
20/28 U.S. Forest Service 1937-1938
20/29-30 U.S. General Accounting Office 1937-1938
20/31 U.S. Geological Survey 1937-1938
20/32-33 U.S. Homeowner's Loan Corporation 1937-1938
20/34-38 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service 1937-1938
20/39 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1937-1938
20/40 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau -- Tulalip Reservation Fishing Situation 1937-1938
20/41 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1937-1938
20/42 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1937-1938
20/43 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1937-1938
20/44 U.S. Justice Department 1937-1938
20/45 U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney 1937-1938
20/46 U.S. Justice Department. Parole Board 1937-1938
20/47 U.S. Labor Department. Childrens Bureau 1937-1938
20/48 U.S. Labor Department. Secretary 1937-1938
20/49 U.S. Land Office 1937-1938
20/50 U.S. Maritime Commission 1937-1938
20/51 U.S. Mines Bureau 1937-1938
20/52 U.S. National Bitumenous Coal Commission 1937-1938
20/53-55 U.S. National Emergency Council 1937-1938
20/56 U.S. National Guard 1937-1938
20/57 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1937-1938
20/58 U.S. National Park Service 1937-1938
20/59 U.S. National Youth Administration 1937-1938
20/60 U.S. Naval Broadcasting Station 1937-1938
20/61 U.S. Navy. Fort Ward, WA 1937-1938
20/62 U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General 1937-1938
20/63 U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief 1937-1938
20/64-65 U.S. Navy. Naval Reserves 1937-1938
20/66-67 U.S. Navy. Naval Selection Board 1937-1938
20/68 U.S. Navy. Naval Supply Depot 1937-1938
21/1 U.S. Navy. Naval Supply Depot -- Oakland, CA 1937-1938
21/2-8 U.S. Navy. Navy Yard -- Bremerton, WA 1937-1938
21/9 U.S. Navy. Sand Point Navy Air Base, WA 1937-1938
21/10 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1937-1938
21/11 U.S. President 1937-1938
21/12 U.S. Public Health Service 1937-1938
21/13-14 U.S. Public Works Administration 1937-1938
21/15 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1937-1938
21/16 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1937-1938
21/17 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1937-1938
21/18 U.S. Rural Electrification Administration 1937-1938
21/19 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1937-1938
21/20 U.S. Social Security Administration 1937-1938
21/21 U.S. Social Security Board 1937-1938
21/22 U.S. State Department. Reciprocity Information Committee 1937-1938
21/23 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1937-1938
21/24 U.S. Surplus Commodities Corporation 1937-1938
21/25 U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority 1937-1938
21/26 U.S. Treasury Department. Comptroller of Currency 1937-1938
21/27 U.S. Treasury Department. Customs Bureau 1937-1938
21/28 U.S. Treasury Department. Engraving and Printing Bureau 1937-1938
21/29 U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division 1937-1938
21/30 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1937-1938
21/31 U.S. Veterans Administration 1937-1938
21/32 U.S. War Department -- Fort Lawton, WA 1937-1938
21/33 U.S. War Department -- Fort Lewis, WA 1937-1938
21/34 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1937-1938
21/35-41 U.S. Works Progress Administration 1937-1938
21/42-44 U.S. Works Progress Administration -- approved projects 1937-1938
21/45 U.S. Works Progress Administration -- pamphlets 1937-1938
22/1 Washington. Social Security Department 1937-1938
Claims Against U.S. Government 1937-1938
Box/Folder
22/2 B 1937-1938
22/3 C 1937-1938
22/4 Caulfield, Joseph M. 1937-1938
22/5 Connor, W. W. for Coyle, James 1937-1938
22/6 D 1937-1938
22/7 Dahl, Regnor 1937-1938
22/8 E 1937-1938
22/9 G 1937-1938
22/10 H 1937-1938
22/11 J 1937-1938
22/12 K 1937-1938
22/13 L 1937-1938
22/14 Mc 1937-1938
22/15 M 1937-1938
22/16 N 1937-1938
22/17 Radio Laboratories 1937-1938
22/18 S 1937-1938
22/19 Stillwell Brothers -- S. 1346 1937-1938
22/20 T 1937-1938
22/21-24 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1939-1940
22/25 U.S. Attorney General 1939-1940
22/26-30 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1939-1940
22/31 U.S. Census Bureau 1939-1940
22/32-34 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Authority 1939-1940
22/35-39 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1939-1940
22/40 U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps 1939-1940
22/41 U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 1939-1940
22/42 U.S. Coast Guard 1939-1940
22/43 U.S. Commerce Department. Lighthouse Bureau 1939-1940
22/44 U.S. Commerce Department. Marine Inspection and Navigation Bureau 1939-1940
22/45 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1939-1940
22/46 U.S. Comptroller General 1939-1940
23/1 U.S. Customs Bureau 1939-1940
23/2 U.S. Education Office 1939-1940
23/3-5 U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission 1939-1940
23/6 U.S. Farm Security Administration 1939-1940
23/7-8 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1939-1940
23/9 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1939-1940
23/10 U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board 1939-1940
23/11 U.S. Federal Housing Authority 1939-1940
23/12-13 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1939-1940
23/14 U.S. Federal Security Agency. Education Office 1939-1940
23/15 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1939-1940
23/16 U.S. Fisheries Bureau 1939-1940
23/17 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1939-1940
23/18-19 U.S. Forest Service 1939-1940
23/20 U.S. Homeowners' Loan Association 1939-1940
23/21-24 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services 1939-1940
23/25 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1939-1940
23/26 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau -- Clallam Tribe at Little Boston, WA 1939-1940
23/27 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1939-1940
58/43 U.S. Interior Department -- Olympic National Park 1939-1940
23/28 U.S. Interior Department. Territories and Island Possessions Division 1939-1940
23/29-30 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1939-1940
23/31 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1939-1940
23/32 U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney 1939-1940
23/33 U.S. Labor Department. Secretary 1939-1940
23/34-35 U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division 1939-1940
24/1 U.S. Land Office 1939-1940
24/2 U.S. Marine Corps 1939-1940
24/3-4 U.S. Maritime Commission 1939-1940
24/5 U.S. Maritime Commission -- hearings 1939-1940
24/6-7 U.S. Maritime Commission -- McCormick Steamship bid 1939-1940
24/8-11 U.S. Maritime Commission -- re-establish shipping from Puget Sound to Orient 1939-1940
24/12 U.S. Mines Bureau 1939-1940
24/13 U.S. National Defense Council. Advisory Committee 1939-1940
24/14 U.S. National Emergency Council 1939-1940
24/15-16 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1939-1940
24/17 U.S. National Park Service 1939-1940
24/18 U.S. National Youth Administration 1939-1940
24/19 U.S. Naval Air Base -- Sand Point, WA 1939-1940
24/20-22 U.S. Navigation Bureau 1939-1940
24/23 U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau 1939-1940
24/24 U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief 1939-1940
24/25-26 U.S. Navy. Reserves 1939-1940
24/27-29 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1939-1940
24/30 U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau 1939-1940
24/31 U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau 1939-1940
25/1 U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau 1939-1940
25/2 U.S. Public Health Service 1939-1940
25/3-5 U.S. Public Works Administration 1939-1940
25/6 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1939-1940
25/7 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1939-1940
25/8-10 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1939-1940
25/11 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation -- new Seattle trolley system 1939-1940
25/12 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1939-1940
25/13-15 U.S. Social Security Board 1939-1940
25/16-20 U.S. State Department -- foreign consulates 1939-1940
25/21 U.S. State Department. Reciprocity Information Committee 1939-1940
25/22-23 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1939-1940
25/24 U.S. State Department -- Visas and Passports 1939-1940
25/25 U.S. Surplus Commodities Corporation 1939-1940
25/26 U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division 1939-1940
25/27 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1939-1940
25/28 U.S. Veterans Administration 1939-1940
25/29 U.S. War Department. Adjutant General 1939-1940
26/1 U.S. War Department. Air Corps 1939-1940
26/2 U.S. War Department -- bids 1939-1940
26/3 U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General 1939-1940
26/4-6 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1939-1940
26/7-11 U.S. Work Projects Administration 1939-1940
26/12-16 U.S. Works Progress Administration -- approved projects 1939-1940
26/17 U.S. Works Progress Administration -- writers project 1939-1940
26/18 Bremerton. Housing Authority 1941
26/19 Bremerton. Housing Authority -- Nanette Project 1941
26/20 King County. Housing Authority -- Black Diamond, WA Project 1941
26/21 Poulsbo. Housing Authority 1941
26/22 U.S. Agriculture Department. Agricultural Marketing Service 1941
26/23 U.S. Agriculture Department. Commodity Credit Corporation 1941
26/24 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1941
26/25 U.S. Attorney General 1941
26/26-27 U.S. Census Bureau 1941
26/28 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Authority 1941
26/29-30 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1941
26/31 U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps 1941
26/32 U.S. Coast Guard 1941
26/33 U.S. Commerce Department. Marine Inspection and Navigation Bureau 1941
26/34-36 U.S. Commerce Department -- St. Laurence Seaway 1941
27/1 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1941
27/2 U.S. Commerce Department. Standards Bureau 1941
27/3 U.S. Customs Bureau 1941
27/4 U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission 1941
27/5 U.S. Farm Security Administration 1941
27/6 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1941
Box
27/7 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1941
27/8-9 U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board 1941
27/10 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1941
27/11-12 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1941
27/13 U.S. Federal Reserve Board 1941
27/14-15 U.S. Federal Security Agency. Education Office 1941
27/16 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1941
27/17-20 U.S. Federal Works Agency 1941
27/21 U.S. Federal Works Agency. Public Buildings Administration 1941
27/22-23 U.S. Fisheries Bureau 1941
27/24 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1941
27/25 U.S. Forest Service 1941
27/26 U.S. General Accounting Office 1941
27/27-29 U.S. Housing Authority 1941
27/30-33 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service 1941
27/34 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1941
27/35 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1941
27/36 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1941
27/37 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1941
27/38-39 U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney 1941
27/40-41 U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division 1941
28/1 U.S. Labor Department. Secretary 1941
28/2 U.S. Land Office 1941
28/3 U.S. Marine Corps 1941
28/4-5 U.S. Maritime Commission 1941
28/6 U.S. Mines Bureau 1941
28/7 U.S. National Defense Council. Advisory Commission 1941
28/8 U.S. National Guard 1941
28/9 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1941
28/10 U.S. National Parks Service 1941
28/11 U.S. National Youth Administration 1941
28/12 U.S. Naval Air Corps 1941
28/13 U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General 1941
28/14 U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief 1941
28/15 U.S. Navy. Naval Publicity 1941
28/16-19 U.S. Navy. Navigation Bureau 1941
28/20 U.S. Navy. Ordinance Bureau 1941
28/21 U.S. Navy -- Publications Related to Naval Topics 1941
28/22-26 U.S. Navy. Reserves 1941
28/27 U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Base 1941
28/28-29 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1941
28/30-33 U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau 1941
28/34-35 U.S. Navy. Shore Establishments Bureau 1941
28/36-37 U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau 1941
28/38 U.S. Navy. Surgeon General 1941
28/39 U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau 1941
28/40-43 U.S. Price Administration Office 1941
29/1 U.S. Production Management Office 1941
29/2 U.S. Public Health Service 1941
29/3 U.S. Public Works Administration 1941
29/4 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1941
29/5-7 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1941
29/8-11 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1941
29/12 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1941
29/13 U.S. Selective Service Board 1941
29/14-15 U.S. Social Security Board 1941
29/16-18 U.S. State Department -- Andrews and George Company 1941
29/19 U.S. State Department -- Export Licenses 1941
29/20-21 U.S. State Department -- Export Licenses (Jensen & Company) 1941
29/22-29 U.S. State Department -- Foreign Consulates 1941
29/30 U.S. State Department -- Licht, Abraham 1941
29/31 U.S. State Department. Reciprocity Committee 1941
29/32 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1941
29/33 U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division 1941
29/34 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1941
29/35 U.S. Veterans Administration 1941
29/36-38 U.S. War Department. Adjutant General 1941
29/39-40 U.S. War Department. Air Corps 1941
29/41 U.S. War Department. Army Engineers 1941
29/42 U.S. War Department. Chief of Staff 1941
30/1-4 U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General 1941
30/5-7 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1941
30/8 U.S. War Department. Surgeon General 1941
30/9-16 U.S. Works Progress Administration 1941
30/17-18 U.S. Works Progress Administration -- approved projects 1941
30/19-20 U.S. Works Progress Administration -- U.W. Naval ROTC Building 1941
30/21 King County. Housing Authority 1942
30/22 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1942
30/23 U.S. Agriculture Department. Surplus Marketing Administration 1942
30/24 U.S. Alien Property Custodian 1942
30/25 U.S. Attorney General 1942
30/26 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1942
30/27-30 U.S. Census Bureau 1942
30/31 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1942
30/32 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1942
30/33 U.S. Civilian Defense Office 1942
30/34 U.S. Coast Guard 1942
30/35-36 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1942
30/37 U.S. Customs Bureau 1942
30/38 U.S. Defense Public Works Division 1942
30/39 U.S. Defense Transportation Office 1942
30/40 U.S. Economic Stabilization Office 1942
30/41 U.S. Education Office 1942
30/42 U.S. Emergency Management Office 1942
30/43 U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission 1942
30/44 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1942
30/45 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1942
30/46 U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board 1942
30/47 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1942
31/1-7 U.S. Federal Works Agency 1942
31/8 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1942
31/9 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1942
31/10 U.S. Forest Service 1942
31/11-12 U.S. General Accounting Office 1942
31/13 U.S. Government Printing Office 1942
31/14 U.S. Government Reports Office 1942
31/15 U.S. Housing Authority 1942
31/16-18 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service 1942
31/19 U.S. Inter-American Affairs Coordinator 1942
31/20 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1942
31/21 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1942
31/22 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1942
31/23 U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney 1942
31/24 U.S. Labor Department. Secretary 1942
31/15 U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division 1942
31/26-27 U.S. Marine Corps 1942
31/28-30 U.S. Maritime Commission 1942
31/31 U.S. National Housing Agency 1942
31/32 U.S. National Housing Authority 1942
31/33 U.S. National Inventors Council 1942
31/34 U.S. National Youth Administration 1942
31/35 U.S. Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps -- U of W 1942
31/36 U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau 1942
31/37 U.S. Navy. Civilian Personnel Bureau 1942
31/38 U.S. Navy. Housing Procurement 1942
31/39 U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General 1942
31/40 U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau 1942
31/41 U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief 1942
31/42-44 U.S. Navy. Personnel Bureau 1942
31/45 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1942
31/46-48 U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau 1942
31/49 U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau 1942
31/50 U.S. Navy. Womens Reserves 1942
31/51 U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau 1942
31/52-58 U.S. Price Administration Office 1942
32/1-7 U.S. Price Administration Office. Rent Control 1942
32/8 U.S. Public Buildings Administration 1942
32/9 U.S. Public Health Service 1942
32/10 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1942
32/11 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1942
32/12 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1942
32/13-14 U.S. Selective Service System 1942
32/15 U.S. Social Security Board 1942
32/16 U.S. State Department. Passport Division 1942
32/17-18 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1942
32/19-21 U.S. State Department. Visa Division 1942
32/22 U.S. Tariff Commission 1942
32/23 U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division 1942
32/24 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1942
32/25-33 U.S. War Department. Adjutant General 1942
32/34-35 U.S. War Department. Air Corps 1942
32/36 U.S. War Department -- Allowances and Allotments 1942
32/37 U.S. War Department. Army Chief of Staff 1942
32/38 U.S. War Department. Army Engineers' Chief 1942
32/39 U.S. War Department. Army Specialist Corps 1942
32/40 U.S. War Department. Army Womens Auxiliary Corps 1942
32/41 U.S. War Department. Judge Advocate General 1942
32/42 U.S. War Department. Public Relations Bureau 1942
32/43 U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General 1942
32/44-45 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1942
32/46 U.S. War Department. Surgeon General 1942
32/47 U.S. War Manpower Commission 1942
32/48-54 U.S. War Production Board 1942
33/1-2 U.S. War Production Board -- cancellation of Seattle Branch 1942
33/3-4 U.S. Work Projects Administration 1942
33/5 Seattle. Housing Authority 1943
33/6 U.S. Agriculture Department. Agricultural Adjustment Administration 1943
33/7-8 U.S. Agriculture Department. Food Distribution Administration 1943
33/9-10 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1943
33/11 U.S. Alien Property Custodian 1943
33/12 U.S. Attorney General 1943
33/13 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1943
33/14 U.S. Censorship Office. Director 1943
33/15 U.S. Census Bureau 1943
33/16 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1943
33/17 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1943
33/18 U.S. Civilian Defense Office 1943
33/19-20 U.S. Coast Guard 1943
33/21 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1943
33/22 U.S. Customs Bureau 1943
33/23 U.S. Defense Transportation Office 1943
33/24-25 U.S. Economic Stabilization Office 1943
33/26 U.S. Economic Warfare Board 1943
33/27 U.S. Education Office 1943
33/28 U.S. Employees' Compensation Office 1943
33/29 U.S. Farm Security Administration 1943
33/30 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1943
33/31-32 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1943
33/33-34 U.S. Federal Public Housing Authority 1943
33/35 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1943
33/36 U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Seattle Office 1943
33/37-42 U.S. Federal Works Agency 1943
33/43-44 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1943
33/45 U.S. Forest Service 1943
33/46 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1943
33/47-48 U.S. General Accounting Office 1943
34/1 U.S. General Land Office 1943
34/2 U.S. Housing Authority 1943
34/3-4 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service 1943
34/5 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1943
34/6 U.S. Interior Department -- Olympic National Forest logging 1943
34/7-8 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1943
34/9 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1943
34/10 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1943
34/11 U.S. Justice Department. Lands Division 1943
34/12 U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney 1943
34/13 U.S. Labor Department. Secretary 1943
34/14 U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division 1943
34/15 U.S. Lend-Lease Administration 1943
34/16-17 U.S. Marine Corps 1943
34/18 U.S. Maritime Commission 1943
34/19 U.S. Mines Bureau 1943
34/20 U.S. National Housing Agency 1943
34/21 U.S. National Inventors Council 1943
34/22 U.S. National Parks Service 1943
34/23-25 U.S. National Resources Planning Board 1943
34/26-28 U.S. National War Labor Board 1943
34/29 U.S. National Youth Administration 1943
34/30 U.S. Navy -- Bremerton Railroad Spur 1943
34/31 U.S. Navy. Civilian Personnel Bureau 1943
34/32 U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General 1943
34/33 U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau 1943
34/34-39 U.S. Navy. Naval Personnel Bureau 1943
34/40 U.S. Navy. Ordinance Department 1943
34/41 U.S. Navy. Procurement Office 1943
34/42 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1943
34/43 U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau 1943
34/44 U.S. Navy. Shore Establishments Bureau 1943
34/45 U.S. Navy. Supplies' and Accounts Bureau 1943
34/46 U.S. Navy. Womens Reserves 1943
34/47-49 U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau 1943
34/50 U.S. Patent Office 1943
34/51-54 U.S. Price Administration Office 1943
35/1-7 U.S. Price Administration Office 1943
35/8-12 U.S. Price Administration Office -- food pricing 1943
35/13-15 U.S. Price Administration Office -- fuel rationing 1943
35/16-17 U.S. Price Administration Office -- gas rationing 1943
35/18-19 U.S. Price Administration Office -- meat rationing 1943
35/20 U.S. Price Administration Office -- used car prices 1943
35/21-25 U.S. Price Administration Office -- rent control 1943
35/26 U.S. Public Health Service 1943
35/27 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1943
35/28 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1943
35/29 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1943
35/30 U.S. Selective Service Commission 1943
35/31 U.S. Social Security Board 1943
35/32 U.S. State Department. Passport Division 1943
35/33 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1943
35/34 U.S. State Department. Visa Division 1943
35/35 U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division 1943
35/36 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1943
35/37 U.S. Veterans Administration 1943
35/38-43 U.S. War Department. Adjutant General 1943
35/44 U.S. War Department. Air Corps 1943
35/45 U.S. War Department. Army Chief of Staff 1943
35/46 U.S. War Department. Army Engineers Chief 1943
35/47 U.S. War Department -- Army Ordinance Report 1943
35/48 U.S. War Department. Army Womens Auxiliary Corps 1943
36/1 U.S. War Department. Chaplains Chief 1943
36/2 U.S. War Department. Civilian Personnel 1943
36/3 U.S. War Department. Dependency Benefits Office 1943
36/4 U.S. War Department. Engineers Chief 1943
36/5 U.S. War Department. Judge Advocate General 1943
36/6 U.S. War Department -- proposed Army bombing range at Horse Heaven 1943
36/6 U.S. War Department -- Plateau, WA 1943
36/7-8 U.S. War Department. Provost Marshal 1943
36/9 U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General 1943
36/10 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1943
36/11 U.S. War Department. Signal Corps 1943
36/12 U.S. War Department -- Spanish-American War veterans 1943
36/13 U.S. War Department. Surgeon General 1943
36/14 U.S. War Department. Transportation Chief 1943
36/15 U.S. War Department -- Wanamaker, Ernest 1943
36/16 U.S. War Foods Administration 1943
36/17 U.S. War Information Office 1943
36/18-19 U.S. War Manpower Commission 1943
36/20-25 U.S. War Manpower Commission -- establishment of regional office 1943
36/26-31 U.S. War Production Board 1943
36/32 U.S. War Production Board -- shift control from San Francisco, CA to Seattle, WA 1943
36/33 U.S. War Production Board -- smaller war plants 1943
36/34 U.S. War Relocation Authority 1943
36/35-36 U.S. War Shipping Administration 1943
36/37 U.S. Work Projects Administration 1943
36/38 Seattle. Housing Authority 1944
36/39 U.S. Agriculture Department. Agricultural Adjustment Administration 1944
36/40 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1944
36/41 U.S. Alien Property Custodian 1944
36/42 U.S. Attorney General 1944
36/43 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1944
36/44 U.S. Census Bureau 1944
36/45 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1944
36/46-47 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1944
37/1 U.S. Coast Guard 1944
37/2 U.S. Customs Bureau 1944
37/3 U.S. Defense Transportation Office 1944
37/4 U.S. Economic Stabilization Office 1944
37/5 U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission 1944
37/6 U.S. Farm Security Administration 1944
37/7 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1944
37/8 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1944
37/9 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1944
37/10 U.S. Federal Public Housing Authority 1944
37/11-12 U.S. Federal Works Agency 1944
37/13 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1944
37/14 U.S. Foreign Economic Administration 1944
37/15 U.S. Forest Service 1944
37/16 U.S. General Accounting Office 1944
37/17 U.S. Housing Authority 1944
37/18-20 U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service 1944
37/21 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1944
37/22 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1944
37/23 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1944
37/24 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1944
37/25 U.S. Justice Department. Lands Division 1944
37/26 U.S. Justice Department. Pardons Attorney 1944
37/27 U.S. Labor Department. Conciliation Service 1944
37/28 U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division 1944
37/29 U.S. Marine Corps 1944
37/30 U.S. Maritime Commission 1944
37/31 U.S. Mines Bureau 1944
37/32-33 U.S. Mines Bureau -- coal 1944
37/34 U.S. National Housing Agency 1944
37/35 U.S. National Inventors Council 1944
37/36-37 U.S. National War Labor Board 1944
37/38 U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau 1944
37/39 U.S. Navy -- Bremerton Railorad Spur 1944
37/40 U.S. Navy. Civilian Personnel Bureau 1944
37/41 U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General 1944
37/42 U.S. Navy -- U.S.S. Sunset Launching 1944
37/43 U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau 1944
37/44 U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief 1944
37/45-53 U.S. Navy. Personnel Bureau 1944
58/44 U.S. Navy. Personnel Bureau -- Sulivan, Robert J. 1944
37/54-55 U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Navy Yard 1944
38/1 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1944
38/2 U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau 1944
38/3 U.S. Navy. Shore Establishments Bureau 1944
38/4 U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts 1944
38/5 U.S. Navy. 13th District 1944
38/6 U.S. Navy. Womens Reserves 1944
38/7-9 U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau 1944
38/10 U.S. Patent Office 1944
38/11-15 U.S. Price Administration Office 1944
38/16 U.S. Price Administration Office -- beer regulations 1944
38/17 U.S. Price Administration Office -- butter clams 1944
38/18 U.S. Price Administration Office -- food pricings 1944
38/19 U.S. Price Administration Office -- fuel rationing 1944
38/20 U.S. Price Administration Office -- gas rationing 1944
38/21 U.S. Price Administration Office -- ration token investigation 1944
38/22-23 U.S. Price Administration Office -- rent control 1944
38/24-25 U.S. Price Administration Office -- used car ceilings 1944
38/26 U.S. Public Buildings Administration 1944
38/27 U.S. Public Health Service 1944
38/28 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1944
38/29 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1944
38/30 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1944
38/31 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1944
38/32 U.S. Rural Electrification Administration 1944
38/33 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1944
38/34 U.S. Selective Service System 1944
38/35 U.S. Social Security Board 1944
38/36 U.S. State Department. Passport Division 1944
38/37-38 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1944
38/39 U.S. State Department. Visa Division 1944
38/40 U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division 1944
38/41 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1944
38/42-43 U.S. Veterans Administration 1944
38/44-49 U.S. War Department. Adjutant General 1944
38/50-51 U.S. War Department. Army Air Forces 1944
39/1 U.S. War Department,. Army Engineers Chief 1944
39/2 U.S. War Department. Army Services Forces 1944
39/3 U.S. War Department. Chaplains Chief 1944
39/4-5 U.S. War Department. Chief of Staff 1944
39/6 U.S. War Department -- civilian personnel 1944
39/7 U.S. War Department. Dependency Benefits Office 1944
39/8 U.S. War Department. Finance Office 1944
39/9 U.S. War Department -- furloughs 1944
39/10 U.S. War Department. Judge Advocate General 1944
39/11 U.S. War Department. Provost Marshal 1944
39/12 U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General 1944
39/13-14 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1944
39/15 U.S. War Department -- Spanish-American War veterans 1944
39/16 U.S. War Department. Surgeon General 1944
39/17 U.S. War Department. Transportation Chief 1944
39/18 U.S. War Department. Womens Auxiliary Corps 1944
39/19 U.S. War Emergency Board 1944
39/20 U.S. War Food Administration 1944
39/21 U.S. War Food Administration -- frozen food lockers 1944
39/22 U.S. War Information Office 1944
39/23 U.S. War Manpower Commission 1944
39/24 U.S. War Manpower Commission -- contract cancellations 1944
39/25 U.S. War Mobilization Office. Surplus War Property Administration 1944
39/26-32 U.S. War Production Board 1944
39/33 U.S. War Production Board -- Salmonberry Valley Light application 1944
39/34 U.S. War Production Board -- smaller war plants 1944
39/35 U.S. War Relocation Authority 1944
39/36 U.S. War Shipping Administration 1944
Departmental Correspondence -- Priority Applications
Box/Folder
39/37-41 U.S. War Production Board 1942-1943
39/42 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1943
39/43-46 U.S. Emergency Management Office. Production Management Office 1941-1942
Legislation -- WGM Sponsored Bills
75th Congress
Box/Folder
57/1 H.R. 4344 -- Naval Vessel Construction 1937-1938
57/2 H.R. 5247 -- Regulating Work of MilitaryPersonnel, 1937
57/3-4b H.R. 6100 (S. 2067) -- Cancer Research 1937
57/5 H.R. 7089 -- Motorboat Licenses 1937
57/6 H.R. 7215 -- Zioncheck (Marion) Memorial 1937
57/7 H.R. 7552 -- Alaska Fishing 1937
57/8 H.R. 7565 -- Munitions 1937
57/9 H.R. 7684 -- Judicial Code Amendment 1937
57/10 H.R. 7877 -- Bremerton Graving DockConstruction 1937
57/11 H.R. 8473 -- Commemorative Coin for WashingtonState 1937
57/12 H.R. 9198 -- Airmail Laws Revision 1937
57/13 H.R. 9658 -- Wages for Mail ContractorEmployees 1937
57/14 H.J.R.249 -- Internal Revenue FilingExtension 1937
76th Congress
Box/Folder
57/15 H.R. 1809 -- Inspection of Steam PropelledVessels 1939-1940
57/16 H.R. 3802 -- Enlisted Personnel of Army, Navy,Coastguard 1939-1940
57/17 H.R. 4086 -- Social Security Exemption forCharitable Institutions 1939-1940
57/18 H.R. 4316 -- Flax Appropriation 1939-1940
57/19 H.R. 4868 -- Alaska Railroads Through Mt. McKinleyNational Park 1939-1940
57/20 H.R. 5195 -- Mining Laws Amendment 1939-1940
57/21 H.R. 5787 -- Pacific Coast Shipbuilding 1939-1940
57/22 H.R. 5788 -- Revised Statutes, Section4355 1939-1940
57/23 H.R. 5789 -- Revised Statutes, Section4351 1939-1940
57/24 H.R. 5875 -- Government Employees GrievancesProcedures 1939-1940
57/25 H.R. 6045 -- Armory Building 1939-1940
57/26 H.R. 7081 -- Surplus Land Sale, Bremerton,WA 1939-1940
57/27 H.R. 8279 -- Employees Compensation Act 1939-1940
57/28 H.R. 9113 -- Totem Pole For Seattle 1939-1940
57/29 H.R. 9198 -- Trade Statistics Act 1939-1940
57/30 H.R. 9329 -- Puget Sound Naval Academy(proposed) 1939-1940
57/31 H.R. 10399 -- Field Service EmployeesOvertime 1939-1940
57/32-34 H.J.R. 66 -- War Referendum 1939-1940
77th Congress
Box/Folder
57/35 H.R. 601 -- General Welfare Act 1941-1942
57/36 H.R. 990 -- Classified Postal Employees 1941-1942
57/37-38 H.R. 1608 -- Field Service EmployeesOvertime 1941-1942
57/39 H.R. 2107 -- Navy Sale of Supplies to thePhilippines 1941-1942
57/40 H.R. 3959 -- Malt Liquors Sales 1941-1942
57/41a H.R. 3993-- Veterans Hospital, Seattle,WA 1941-1942
57/41b H.R. 2916 -- Port Alexander Claim -- Puget SoundDredging Co. Relief 1941-1942
57/42 H.R. 4214 -- Puget Sound Naval Yard EmploymentConditions 1941-1942
57/43 H.R. 4453 -- Black Bass Law Amendment 1941-1942
57/44-46 H.R. 4785 -- Interstate Commerce Act 1941-1942
58/1 H.R. 4929 -- Railroad Inequities Nill 1941-1942
58/2 H.R. 5430 -- Nationality Act 1941-1942
58/3a H.R. 5489 -- Ninth Judicial CircuitDivision 1941-1942
58/3b H.R. 6411 -- Puget Sound Dredging Co.Relief 1941-1942
58/4 H.R. 6451 -- Internal Revenue Code 1941-1942
58/5 H.R. 7448 -- Women's Army Corps pay 1941-1942
58/6 Miscellaneous 1941-1942
78th Congress
Box/Folder
58/7 H.R. 357 -- Classified Postal Employees 1943
58/8 H.R. 358 -- General Welfare Act 1943
58/9 H.R. 360 -- Liquor sales 1943
58/10 H.R. 361 -- Veterans Hospital, Seattle,WA 1943
58/11 H.R. 364 -- Interstate Commerce Act 1943-1944
58/12 H.R. 365 -- Railroad Inequities Bill 1943-1944
58/13 H.R. 366 -- Ninth Judical Court 1943-1944
58/14 H.R. 367 -- Nationality Act amendment 1943-1944
58/15 H.R. 368 -- Internal Revenue Codeamendment 1943-1944
58/16 H.R. 836 -- General Welfare Actamendment 1943-1944
58/17-18 H.R. 1017 -- Poll Tax 1943-1944
58/19 H.R. 1863 -- Social Security Act -- municipalemployees 1943-1944
58/20 H.R. 2081 -- National Life Insurance Act 1943-1944
58/21-23 H.R. 2309 -- Chinese Immigration 1943-1944
58/24-26 H.R. 3070 -- Chinese Exclusion LawsRepeal 1943-1944
58/27 H.R. 3083 -- Anti-Strike Act Repeal 1943-1944
58/28 H.R. 3084 -- Olympic Park Mining 1943-1944
58/29 H.R. 3266 -- Non-interest Bearing Bonds 1943-1944
58/30 H.R. 3512 -- Wake Island Prisoners FamiliesRelief 1943-1944
58/31 H.R. 3972 -- Cedar River Watershed 1943-1944
58/32 H.R. 4290 -- Attorney's Fees for ImpoverishedDefendents 1943-1944
58/33 H.R. 5370 -- Vocational Training For DisabledVeterans 1943-1944
58/34 H.R. 5330 -- Retirement of Navy Officers 1943-1944
58/35 H.R. ???? -- Social Security Act 1943-1944
58/36 H.J.R. 176 -- John Hanson Day 1943-1944
58/37 S. 1166 -- Puget Sound Naval Academy (Homer T. Bonefile) 1943-1944
58/38a S.J.R. 106 Canadian Medals for CAAemployees 1943-1944
58/38b Miscellaneous 1943-1944
Project Files
U.S. Army. Engineers Corp
Box/Folder
58/45 General 1939-1940
58/46-48 Columbia River Development 1943-1944
58/49 Grand Coulee Dam 1938
Box/Folder
58/50-52 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1941
Committees
U.S. House of Representatives. Federal Communications Commission Investigation Select Committee
Box/Folder
40/1-3 General Correspondence 1943-1944
40/4 Reports 1943-1944
40/5-6 Speeches and Writings
Testimony on Radio Intelligence Division
1944
40/7-8 Miscellaneous 1943-1944
U.S. House of Representatives. Naval Affairs Committee
Box/Folder
40/9-31 General Correspondence 1937-1945
40/32-34 Reports 1937-1944
40/35 Speeches and Writings 1937-1942
Box/Folder
41/1-2 Testimony 1943-1944
41/3-8 Legislation 1937-1943
41/9-10 Questionnaires 1937-1943
Court Papers
Box/Folder
41/11 Peoples Development Co. vs. Southern Railroad Co. 1916; 1937
Itineraries
Box/Folder
41/12 Naval Affairs Subcommittee Trips 1939-1940
41/13 Photographs - Transferred to WGM photographcollection 1936-1937
41/14 Maps 1939
41/15 Committee Meeting Summaries 1942-1943
41/16 Publications 1937-1943
41/17-18 Clippings 1937-1944
41/19 Miscellaneous 1937-1944
U.S. House of Representatives. Naval Affairs Committee. Guadalcanal Investigation Subcommittee
Box/Folder
41/20-23 General Correspondence 1942-1943
41/24 Reports 1943
41/25 Speeches and Writing -- Testimony 1943
41/26 Clippings 1943
41/27 Miscellaneous 1943
U.S. House of Representatives. Post-War Military Planning Select Committee
Box/Folder
42/1 General Correspondence 1944
42/2 Reports 1944
42/3 Speeches and Writings 1944
42/4 Bulletins 1944
U.S. Alaskan International Highway Commission
Box/Folder
42/5-36 General Correspondence 1937-1942
Box/Folder
43/1-27 General 1937-1950
43/28 Joint Meetings of Canadian-U.S. Commission 1939-1940
43/29-31 Suggested Names for the Alaska Highway 1943
Minutes
Box/Folder
43/32 Joint Meetings of Canadian-U.S. Commission 1941
Reports
Box/Folder
43/33-35 General 1935-1940
43/36 Alaskan International Highway Commission Reports 1939-1940
44/1 Comments By Riggs and Macdonald On Commission Report 1940
44/2-4 Legislation 1939-1949
44/5-8 Speeches and Writings 1916-1949
44/9-11 Clippings 1934-1949
Publications
Box/Folder
44/12-13 Miscellaneous 1939-1945
44/14 Alaska Life 1939-1945
44/15 Photographs 1938-1939
44/16-20 Maps undated
44/21 Ephemera 1939-1940
44/22 Miscellaneous 1941-1949
Subject Series
Pacific Northwest Trade Association
Box/Folder
44/23 General Correspondence 1943-1944
44/24 Miscellaneous 1943-1944
Personal / Political Papers
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
45/1 A-W 1936-1937
45/2 Re: Majority Leader 1936-1937
45/3 Washington Delegation 1936-1938
45/4 Arnold, Evert 1937
45/5 Asplund, Oscar 1937
45/6 A 1937
45/7 Baumgarten, Eileen 1937
45/8 Beck, Dave 1937
45/9 Boland, Patrick J. 1937
45/10 Brine, Arthur 1937
45/11 Broderick, Henry 1937
45/12-13 B 1937
45/14 Cederwall, Iver 1937
45/15 Clise, J. W. 1937
45/16 Cohn, Al 1937
45/17 Re: Howard Costigan talk on KIRO radio 1937
45/18 Couglin, Paul 1937
45/19 C 1937
45/20 Dennis, J. Charles 1937
45/21 D 1937
45/22 Elfendahl, Victor 1937
45/23 E 1937
45/24 Farley, James A. 1937
45/25 F 1937
45/26 Gallagher, Philip H. 1937
45/27 G 1937
45/28 Haas, Saul 1937
45/29 Hahn, S. S. 1937
45/30-31 H 1937
45/32 I, J, K 1937
45/33 L 1937
45/34 MacGowen, Howard 1937
45/35 McGovern, E. B. 1937
45/36 Mclntire, M. H. 1937
45/37 Martin, Clarence D. 1937
45/38 Martin, Harry J. 1937
45/39 Masterson, Isabel 1937
45/40 Meyers, Victor A. 1937
45/41-43 M 1937
45/44 N 1937
45/45 Olds, D. D. 1937
45/46 O 1937
45/47 Pollitz, Walter S. 1937
45/48 Pruitt, Ted 1937
45/49 P 1937
45/50 Q 1937
45/51 Ryan, George 1937
45/52 Ryan, Matthew 1937
45/53 R 1937
45/54 Small, Lou 1937
45/55 Re: Speaker of the House (Bankhead, W.B.) 1937
45/56 Stern, Edward 1937
45/57 Stern, Samuel 1937
45/58 Stern, William 1937
45/59 Stevenson, John 1937
45/60 Stone, Loren 1937
45/61-63 S 1937
45/64 T, U 1937
45/65 V 1937
45/66 Warner, B. Gray 1937
45/67 Washington Commonwealth Federation 1937
45/68 Weisfield, Leo 1937
45/69-70 W 1937
45/71 Yoris, Ernest 1937
45/72 Young Democratic Convention 1937
45/73 X, Y, Z 1937
45/74 Unidentified 1937
46/1 Ambler, John 1938
46/2 Arnold, Evert 1938
46/3 Asplund, Oscar 1938
46/5 Broderick, Henry 1938
46/6-7 B 1938
46/8 Cederwall, Iver 1938
46/9 Congratulations, Primary Election 1938
46/10 Congratulations, General Election 1938
46/11 C 1938
46/12 D 1938
46/13 E 1938
46/14 Farley, James A. 1938
46/14a F 1938
46/14b G 1938
46/15 Haas, Saul 1938
46/16 Hahn, S. S. 1938
46/17 Harkins, Earl 1938
46/18-19 H 1938
46/20 Johnson, Royal 1938
46/21 I, J 1938
46/22 K 1938
46/23 Leavy, Charles 1938
46/24 L 1938
46/25 Masterson, Isabel 1938
46/26 Millikin, Earl 1938
46/27 Mac-Mc 1938
46/28-29 M 1938
46/30 N 1938
46/31 O 1938
46/32 Pruitt, Ted 1938
46/33 P 1938
46/34-35 Ryan, George 1938
46/36 Q, R 1938
46/37 Scandinavian American Democratic Club 1938
46/38 Stahl, Olaf 1938
46/39 Stern, William 1938
46/40 Stevenson, John C. 1938
46/41 Re: Supreme Court Admission to Practice 1938
46/42-43 S 1938
46/44 T, U 1938
46/45 V, W 1937
46/46 Yoris, Ernest 1937
46/47 X, Y, Z 1937
46/48 Arnold, Evert 1939
46/49 A 1939
46/50-51 B 1939
46/51a Calvert, William (Marine Electrolysis EliminatorCorp.) 1932-1939
46/52 C 1939
46/53 Re: Dies Committee (renewal ofappropriation) 1939
46/54 D 1939
46/55 E 1939
46/56 F 1939
46/57 G 1939
46/58 Henehan, Kevin 1939
46/59 H 1939
46/60 I 1939
46/61 J 1939
46/62 K 1939
47/1 L 1939
47/2 Madison, Julius 1939
47/3 Martin, Clarence 1939
47/4 Meyers, Victor 1939
47/5-6 M 1939
47/7 N 1939
47/8 O 1939
47/9 P 1939
47/10 Q 1939
47/11 Re: WGM Radio Broadcasts 1939
47/12 Ryan Matthew 1939
47/13 R 1939
47/14 Stern, William 1939
47/15-16 S 1939
47/17 T 1939
47/18 U 1939
47/19 V 1939
47/20 Washington Commonwealth Federation 1939
47/21 Washington Jockey Club 1939
47/22 W 1939
47/23 Yoris, Ernest 1939
47/24 X, Y, Z 1939
47/25 Arnold, Evert 1940
47/26 A 1940
47/27 Beck, Dave 1940
47/28 Bez, Nick 1940
47/29-30 Re: Bid for Senate Seat 1940
47/31 Boettiger, John 1940
47/32 Bone, Homer 1940
47/33 Brand, Harry 1940
47/34 Brine, Art 1940
47/35-36 B 1940
47/37 Clarke, Caspar 1940
47/38 Cohn, Al 1940
47/39 C 1940
47/40 D 1940
47/41 Edris, William 1940
47/42 E 1940
47/43 Farley, James 1940
47/44 F 1940
47/45 Gottstein, Joseph 1940
47/46 Gutmann, Addis 1940
47/47 G 1940
47/48 Haas, Saul 1940
47/49 Hahn, S. S. 1940
47/50 Harkins, Earl 1940
47/51 Henehan, Kevin 1940
47/52-53 H 1940
47/54 J 1940
47/55 Kamm, Charles 1940
47/56 K 1940
47/57 L 1940
47/58 MacGowen, Howard 1940
47/59 Madison, Julius 1940
47/60 Martin, Harry J. 1940
47/61-62 M 1940
48/1 Re: Nationwide News Service 1940
48/2 N 1940
48/3 O 1940
48/4-5 Pruitt, Ted 1940
48/6 P 1940
48/7 Q 1940
48/8 Ryan, George 1940
48/8a Ryan, Matthew 1940
48/9-10 R 1940
48/11 Small, Lou 1940
48/12 Stern, William 1940
48/13 Stevenson, John 1940
48/14-15 S 1940
48/16 T 1940
48/17 U 1940
48/17a V 1940
48/18 Wallgren, Mon 1940
48/19 Re: WLOL Radio Station 1940
48/20-21 W 1940
48/22 X, Y, Z 1940
48/23 Congratulations 1940
48/24-32 Archer-Daniels-Midland Company 1939-1942
48/33 Arnold, Evert 1941
48/34 Arnold, Lawrence 1941
48/35 A 1941
48/3 Beck, Dave 1941
48/37 Boettiger, John 1941
48/38 Bone, Homer 1941
48/39 Brand, Harry 1941
48/40 Broderick, Henry 1941
48/41-42 B 1941
48/43 Clarke, Caspar 1941
48/44-45 Cohn, Al 1941
48/46-47 C 1941
48/48 Democratic Organizations 1941
48/49 Re: Douglas Oil Co. 1941
48/50-51 D 1941
48/52 Edris, William 1941
48/53 E 1941
49/1 Faltico, George 1941
49/2 Fowler, Bret 1941
49/3 F 1941
49/4 Gottstein, Joe 1941
49/5 G 1941
49/6 Haas, Saul 1941
49/7 Hahn, S. S. 1941
49/8 Re: Hamm Brewery Company 1941
49/9 Harkins, Earl 1941
49/10 Henehan, Kevin 1941
49/11 Hunter, Croil 1941
49/12 H 1941
49/13 I 1941
49/14 J 1941
49/15 K 1941
49/16 Langlie, Arthur 1941
49/17 L 1941
49/18-19 MacGowen, Howard 1941
49/19a McGovern, E. B. 1941
49/20 Madison, Julius 1941
49/21 Magnuson, Sid 1941
49/22 Magnuson, Warren G. and Family 1941
49/23 Martin, Harry 1941
49/24 Mathewson, Mark 1941
49/25 Meyers, Victor 1941
49/26 Millikin, Earl 1941
49/27-28 M 1941
49/29 N 1941
49/30 O 1941
49/31 Pacific Engineering and Construction Co. 1941
49/32 Peters, Russell 1941
49/33 Pruitt, Ted 1941
49/34 P 1941
49/35 Q 1941
49/36 Rast, William C. 1941
49/37 Ryan, Matthew 1941
49/38 R 1941
49/39 Stern, William 1941
49/40 Stevenson, John 1941
49/41-42 S 1941
49/43 T 1941
49/44 U 1941
49/45 V 1941
49/46 Washington Commonwealth Federation 1941
49/47 W 1941
49/48 X, Y, Z 1941
49/49-52 Archer-Daniels-Midland Company 1942
49/53 Arnold, Lawrence 1942
49/54 A 1942
49/55 Bartley, Bruce 1942
49/56 Boettiger, John 1942
49/57 Brand, Harry 1942
49/58 Broderick, Henry 1942
49/59 B 1942
49/60 Clarke, Caspar 1942
49/60a Clauson, Rev. B. O. 1942
49/61 C 1942
49/62 Delacy, Hugh 1942
49/63 Democratic Organizations 1942
49/64 D 1942
50/1 Edris, William 1942
50/2 E 1942
50/3 Fussell, Ed 1942
50/4 F 1942
50/5 Gottstein, Joe 1942
50/6 G 1942
50/7 Hahn, S. S. 1942
50/8 H 1942
50/9 Junkin, Clara 1942
50/10 J 1942
50/11 K 1942
50/12 L 1942
50/13 MacGowen, Howard 1942
50/14 Madison, Julius 1942
50/15 Martin, Harry 1942
50/16-17 M 1942
50/18 N 1942
50/19 O 1942
50/20 Pruitt, Ted 1942
50/21 P 1942
50/22 Q 1942
50/23 Rast, William C. 1942
50/24 Ryan, George E. 1942
50/25 Ryan, Matthew 1942
50/26 R 1942
50/27 Shucklin, Gerald 1942
50/28 Stern, William 1942
50/29 Stuntz, George 1942
50/30 S 1942
50/31 T 1942
50/32 U 1942
50/33 V 1942
50/34 Washington Commonwealth Federation 1942
50/35 W 1942
50/36 Y 1942
50/37 Addison Miller Company 1943
50/38 Re: American Legion, 25th ConventionSpeech 1943
50/39 A 1943
50/40 Bartley, Bruce 1943
50/41 Boettiger, John and Anna 1943
50/42 Bone, Homer 1943
50/43 Broderick, Henry 1943
50/44-45 B 1943
50/46 Cohn, Al 1943
50/47 Re: Community Property Tax 1943
50/48-49 C 1943
50/50 Democratic Organizations 1943
50/51 Re: Distillery Purchase 1943
50/52 D 1943
50/53 Edris, William 1943
50/54 E 1943
50/55 F 1943
50/56 Gottstein, Joseph 1943
50/57 G 1943
50/58 Hughes, John 1943
59/59 H 1943
50/60 I 1943
50/61 Junkin, Clara 1943
50/62 J 1943
50/63 Kamm, Charles 1943
50/64 Re: Knox (Frank) Visit 1943
50/65 K 1943
50/66 Little, Bryce 1943
50/67 L 1943
50/68 MacGowen, Howard 1943
51/1 Madison, Julius 1943
51/2 Martin, Harry J. 1943
51/3 Millikin, Earl 1943
51/4 Re: Minnesota State Bar AssociationSpeech 1943
51/5-6 M 1943
51/7 N 1943
51/8 O 1943
51/9 Pruitt, Ted 1943
51/10 P 1943
51/11 Q 1943
51/12 Rast, William C. 1943
51/13 Ryan, Matthew 1943
51/14 R 1943
51/15 Stern, William 1943
51/15a Stocking, George H. 1943
51/16-17 S 1943
51/18 T 1943
51/19 U 1943
51/20 Re: Vice Situation in Seattle 1943
51/21 V 1943
51/22 Re: Washington Jockey Club 1943
51/23-24 W 1943
51/25 Y 1943
51/26 Z 1943
51/27 Re: "American Forum of the Air" Speech -- "The 1944Campaign" 1944
51/28 Re: "American Forum of the Air" Speech -- "Labor inPolitics" 1944
51/29 Re: "America's Town Meeting of the Air"Speech 1944
51/30 A 1944
51/31 Bartley, Bruce 1944
51/32 B 1944
51/33 Carlson, John Roy 1944
51/34 Cohn, Al 1944
51/35 Congratulations 1944
51/36 C 1944
51/37 D 1944
51/38 E 1944
51/39 F 1944
51/40 G 1944
51/41 Haas, Saul 1944
51/42 H 1944
51/43 I 1944
51/44 J 1944
51/45 K 1944
51/46 L 1944
51/47 MacGowen, Howard 1944
51/48 Re: McGhee Cross Country Car TripIncident 1944
51/49 McGuigan, J. F. 1944
51/50 Martin, Harry J. 1944
51/51 M 1944
51/52 N 1944
51/53 O 1944
51/54 Re: Pearl Harbor Statement 1944
51/55 P 1944
51/56 Quilliam, H. J. 1944
51/57 Rast, William 1944
51/58 Rochester, Alfred 1944
51/59 Ryan, John E. 1944
51/60 Ryan, Matthew 1944
51/61 R 1944
51/62 Re: Senate Appointment (to succeed Bone, HomerT.) 1944
51/63 S 1944
51/64 T 1944
51/65 U 1944
51/66 V 1944
51/67 W 1944
51/68 Y 1944
51/69 No Dates 1944
51/70 Unidentified 1939-1943
Box/Folder
52/1-10 Interoffice Correspondence 1939-1944
52/11 Minutes -- Washington State Junior Chamber of Commerce 1942
52/12 Reports 1937-1938
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder
52/13-15 Miscellaneous 1937-1943
52/16 Minnesota State Bar Association 1943
52/17 "The American Forum of the Air" -- "The 1944Campaign" 1944
52/18 "The American Forum of the Air" -- "Labor inPolitics" 1944
52/19 "America's Town Meeting of the Air" 1944
52/20-25 Others 1937-1944
52/26-28 Warren G. Magnuson Remarks 1937-1944
53/1-2 Warren G. Magnson Remarks 1937-1944
53/3-5 Campaign Materials 1937-1940
53/6-14 Clippings 1937-1944
53/15 Legislation 1943
Case Files
Box/Folder
53/16-18 Bridges, Harry -- deportation 1940
53/19 Pritchett, Harold J. 1937-1938
54/1 Pritchett, Harold J. 1937-1938
54/2 Remes, Andrew (restricted) 1940
Personal Papers
Box/Folder
54/3-4 Miscellaneous 1936-1941
54/5 Navy Papers 1941-1943
54/6-10 Stock Transactions 1937-1944
54/11 Hubbard Property Transaction 1941
54/12 Moorehead Property Transaction 1943
54/13 Bainbridge Island Property Transaction 1943-1944
54/14 Insurance 1943
54/15-17 Publications 1937-1942
54/18 News Releases 1937-1938
54/19-24 Miscellany 1937-1944
Subject Series
Box/Folder
58/15 Campaign 1938
54/25 Campaign 1940-1941
Neutrality (Special Session - 76thCongress)
Box/Folder
54/26 General Correspondence 1939-1940
54/27 Speeches and Writings 1939-1940
54/28 Legislation 1939-1940
54/29 Clippings 1939-1940
54/30 Miscellaneous 1939-1940
54/31-32 Publications 1939-1940
Campaign
Box/Folder
54/33-35 General Correspondence 1944
55/4 General Correspondence
Box/Folder
55/5 Absentee Voters' Letters 1944
55/6 Congratulations 1944
55/7 Governorship 1944
55/8-9 Letters of Support and Contributions 1944
55/10 MacGowen, Howard 1944
55/11 Russian Statement 1944
55/12 Senate Appointment 1944
55/13-14 Speeches and Writings 1944
55/15 Speeches and Writings -- Others 1944
55/16 Campaign Materials 1944
55/17 Itineraries 1944
55/18 Case Files -- miscellaneous 1944
55/19 Case Files -- individuals
Restricted.
1944
55/20-24 Publications 1944
55/25 Expenses 1944
55/26-28 Miscellaneous 1944
55/29-31 Clippings 1944
56/1-5 Clippings 1944
56/6a Clippings -- Republican War Policies 1940-1945
56/6b Guest Book - Seattle Office 1940-1945
box:oversize
Oversize Scrapbooks 1934-1944
Northwest Airlines
Box/Folder
56/7-19 General Correspondence 1936-1944
56/20 Speeches and Writings 1938-1944
Reports
Box/Folder
56/21 Annual Reports 1938-1944
56/22-23 Miscellaneous 1939-1940
Case Files
Box/Folder
56/24 St. Paul Pioneer Press Libel Suit 1941
56/25 Legislation 1937-1938
56/26-28 Dockets -- of Civil Aeronautics Authority 1938-1944
56/29 Court Papers 1939-1944
56/30 Clippings 1938-1944
56/31 Maps 1939-1944
News Releases
Box/Folder
56/32 Civil Aeronautics Board 1942-1943
56/33 Miscellaneous
Box
59-60 Duplicates (for possible exhibit use)

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Accession No.  3181-003:   Warren Grant Magnuson Senate papers, 1945-1956
circa 148 cubic feet  ( 164 boxes)
Arranged in 19 series:
  • Outgoing correspondence
  • General correspondence
  • Departmental correspondence
  • Legislative correspondence
  • Constituent mailings (opinion solicitation)
  • Bill analysis (American Enterprise Association)
  • Legislation - WGM sponsored bills
  • Speeches and writings - Magnuson
  • Speeches and writings - others
  • Project files
  • News releases - Magnuson
  • News releases - others
  • Press correspondence
  • Subject series
  • Committees
  • Personal and political papers
  • Scrapbooks
  • Related organizations
  • Irvin A. Hoff papers

These papers include legislative, departmental, general andpersonal correspondence, as well as outgoing letters, project files, pressreleases, speeches, committee records and campaign materials.

The arrangement of the records generally conforms to that of theMagnuson House papers. The correspondence series, legislation, speeches, pressfiles and campaign materials have been organized year by year within eachseries. Legislative correspondence contains constituent mail on pending issuesor bills, such as civil rights or universal military training. There is noLegislative correspondence for 1947 or for the period 1951-54. WGM SponsoredLegislation includes bills and related material. Departmental correspondenceconsists of communications of Magnuson with constituents and federaldepartments. General correspondence includes a mixture of letters fromconstituents, colleagues, friends, and political associates regarding a varietyof political, business and economic issues. The project files are exclusivelyabout United States Army Corp of Engineers projects located in the Northwestand have been arranged alphabetically. Similar project material can also befound in the subject series. The subject series were drawn primarily frompersonal papers are not specifically correspondence or legislation. Thechronological order of the news releases has been retained, though the specificdates (day and month) are not listed in the inventory. Speeches and writingshave been arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within each year.

Personal/political papers is a designation applied by Magnuson'soffice staff to a set of files which include personal correspondence, financialrecords and campaign material. The personal correspondence is with friends andassociates and occasionally contains material about individuals andorganizations. Sixteen boxes of campaign files include extensive material onMagnuson's 1950 and 1956 Senatorial campaigns, as well as general politicalmaterial from this period. A number of files about Henry M. Jackson'ssuccessful 1952 Senatorial campaign against Harry P. Cain are included here.Magnuson's administrative assistant Irvin A. Hoff served as Jackson'sunofficial campaign manager for the 1952 election.

Also included are records from the Senate committees Magnusonserved on -- Naval Affairs, Judiciary, Territories and Insular Affairs,Appropriations and Commerce; he became chairman of the latter in 1955. Thoughnot extensive, committee records include correspondence, hearing transcripts,legislation and meeting agendas. Very little exists in the way of committeestaff memos and correspondence between committee members. The papers of IrvinA. Hoff, Magnuson's administrative assistant in this period are also included.

Open to all users, but access to portions of the papersrestricted.

The personal / political papers series (boxes 167-199) are closedindefinitely.

Researchers who wish to use the Departmental Correspondence series(Boxes 49-114) must sign a release form "agreeing (1) not to reveal the name ofany individual named in a case file; and (2) to hold harmless and indemnify theUniversity and Senator Magnuson's heirs or any loss or damages arising from theuse of these files."

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Outgoing Letters
Arranged chronologically.
1945-1956
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
40/23 Atomic Bomb 1945
40/24 A 1945
40/25 Boeing 1945
40/26 Bremerton, WA 1945
40/27 B 1945
40/28 China 1945
40/29 Chinese Embassy 1945
40/30 Colleagues 1945
40/31 C 1945
40/32 D 1945
40/33 E 1945
40/34 F 1945
40/35 G 1945
40/36 Hanford Project 1945
40/37 H 1945
40/38 International Fisheries 1945
40/39 I 1945
40/40 Japan -- Emperor 1945
40/41 Japanese Question 1945
40/42 J 1945
40/43 Korea 1945
40/44 K 1945
41/1 Light Metals 1945
41/2 Longview, WA 1945
41/3 L 1945
41/4 Mc 1945
41/5 M 1945
41/6 N 1945
41/7 Olympia Chamber of Commerce 1945
41/8 O 1945
41/9 Port Angeles, WA 1945
41/10-11 Post War 1945
41/12 P 1945
41/13 R 1945
41/14 Seattle, WA 1945
41/15 Seattle City Council 1945
41/16 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1945
41/17 Seattle -- Free Port 1945
41/18 Spokane Chamber of Commerce 1945
41/19 S 1945
41/20 T 1945
41/21 University of Washington 1945
41/22 U 1945
41/23 Vancouver, WA 1945
41/24 V 1945
41/25 Walla Walla, WA 1945
41/26 Washington State College 1945
41/27 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1945
41/28 W 1945
41/29 Yakima Chamber of Commerce 1945
41/30 X-Y-Z 1945
41/31 A 1946
41/32 Bellingham, WA 1946
41/33 Bremerton, WA 1946
41/34 B 1946
41/35 Churchill, Winston -- Speech 1946
41/36 Colleagues 1946
41/37 C 1946
41/38 D 1946
41/39 E 1946
41/40 F 1946
41/41-42 Greece 1946
41/43 G 1946
41/44 H 1946
42/1 I 1946
42/2 J 1946
42/3 K 1946
42/4 L 1946
42/5 Mc 1946
42/6 M 1946
42/7 Nylons 1946
42/8 N 1946
42/9 O 1946
42/10 Poll Tax 1946
42/11 P 1946
42/12 Q 1946
42/13 Richmond, Volney Jr. (Northern Commercial Company) 1946
42/14 R 1946
42/25 Schools and Colleges, WA 1946
42/16 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1946
42/17 Seattle Port 1946
41/18 Spokane Aluminum Industry 1946
42/19 Spokane Chamber of Commerce 1946
42/20-21 S 1946
42/22 Tacoma Chamber of Commerce 1946
42/23 T 1946
42/24 University of Washington 1946
42/25 U.S. Chamber of Commerce 1946
42/26 U 1946
42/27 V 1946
42/28 Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce 1946
42/29 Washington. Conservation and Development Department. Advisory Commission 1946
42/30 Washington. Secretary of State (Reeves, Belle) 1946
42/31 Washington State Delegation Meeting 1946
42/32 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1946
42/33 W 1946
42/34 Yugoslav Relief 1946
42/35 Y 1946
42/36 Z 1946
42/37 Alaska 1947
42/38 A 1947
42/39 Bremerton, WA 1947
42/40 Cancer 1947
43/1 European Recovery Program -- American Merchant Marine 1947
43/2 J 1947
43/3 Maritime 1947
43/4 Puyallup Fair 1947
43/5 Vancouver, WA -- Barracks Petitions 1947
43/6 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1947
43/7 Alaska 1948
43/8 American Overseas Aid (United National Appeal for Children) 1948
43/9 A 1948
43/10 Bergson, Peter 1948
43/11 B 1948
43/12 Cancer 1948
43/13-14 Christmas Ship 1948
43/15 Communism 1948
43/16 C 1948
43/17 D 1948
43/18 E 1948
43/19 Fisheries 1948
43/20 F 1948
43/21 G 1948
43/22 H 1948
43/23 I 1948
43/24 J 1948
43/25 K 1948
43/26 L 1948
43/27 Mc 1948
43/28 M 1948
43/29 N 1948
43/30 O'Lane, Ivan B. (migrant labor) 1948
43/31 Olympia Chamber of Commerce 1948
43/32 O 1948
43/33 Pacific Northwest Trade Association 1948
43/34 P 1948
43/35 Q 1948
43/36 R 1948
43/37 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1948
43/38 Seattle Gas Company (need for pipe) 1948
43/39 Seattle Office (WGM) 1948
43/40 Seidelhuber Iron and Bronze Work 1948
43/41 Spokane, WA 1948
43/42 S 1948
43/43 T 1948
43/44 U 1948
43/45 Van Valkenburgh, H. C. 1948
43/46 Velvestad, H. P. 1948
43/47 V 1948
43/48 Walla Walla, WA 1948
43/49 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1948
43/50 W 1948
44/1 Alaska 1949
44/2 Alaska Defense 1949
44/3 A 1949
44/4 Boeing Airplane Company 1949
44/5 B 1949
44/6 Cancer 1949
44/7 C 1949
44/8 D 1949
44/9 Everett, WA 1949
44/10 E 1949
44/11 Fisheries 1949
44/12 F 1949
44/13 General Contract -- Elimination of Electrical Work 1949
44/14 Gold 1949
44/15 G 1949
44/16 H 1949
44/17 I 1949
44/18 J 1949
44/19 K 1949
44/20 L 1949
44/21 Mc 1949
44/22 M 1949
44/23 N 1949
44/24 O 1949
44/25 Pacific Northwest Trade Association 1949
44/26 P 1949
44/27 Q 1949
44/28 R 1949
44/29 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1949
44/30 Seattle Office (WGM) 1949
44/31 Spokane, WA 1949
44/32 Spokane Chamber of Commerce 1949
44/33 S 1949
44/34 Tacoma, WA 1949
44/35 T 1949
44/36 Un-American Activities 1949
44/37 U 1949
44/38 V 1949
44/39 Walla Walla, WA 1949
44/40 Washington State -- Federal Expenditures 1949
44/41 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1949
44/42 W 1949
44/43 Y 1949
44/44 Z 1949
44/45 Alaska 1950
44/46 A 1950
44/47 B 1950
44/48 Cancer 1950
45/1 Coal 1950
45/2 Communism 1950
45/3 C 1950
45/4 D 1950
45/5 E 1950
45/6 F 1950
45/7 G 1950
45/8 Hawaii 1950
45/9 H 1950
45/10 Imports 1950
45/11 I 1950
45/12 J 1950
45/13-14 Korea 1950
45/15 K 1950
45/16 L 1950
45/17 Mc 1950
45/18 M 1950
45/19 N 1950
45/20 O 1950
45/21 Pacific Northwest Trade Association 1950
45/22 Pasco Chamber of Commerce 1950
45/23 P 1950
45/24 Railroad Strike 1950
45/25 R 1950
45/26 Seattle, WA 1950
45/27 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1950
45/28 Spokane, WA 1950
45/29 Spokane Chamber of Commerce 1950
45/30 S 1950
45/31 Tacoma, WA 1950
45/32 T 1950
45/33 U 1950
45/34 V 1950
45/35 Walla Walla, WA 1950
45/36 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1950
45/37 Wenatchee, WA 1950
45/38 W 1950
45/39 X, Y, Z 1950
45/40 Alaska 1951
45/41 Aircraft Workers Bazaar, Inc. (Schiller, I, P.) 1951
45/42 Boeing Field 1951
45/43 Bremerton, WA 1951
45/44 Communism 1951
45/45 Green, Harry 1951
46/1 Japanese Trade Fair 1951
46/2 Korean Situation 1951
46/3 Seattle, WA 1951
46/4 Speakers -- for Washington State Organizations 1951
46/5 Spokane, WA 1951
46/6 Tacoma, WA 1951
46/7 T 1951
46/8 U 1951
46/9 V 1951
46/10 Washington State Welfare 1951
46/11 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1951
46/12 W 1951
46/13 X, Y, Z 1951
46/14 Alaska 1952
46/15 A 1952
46/16 B 1952
46/17 Communism 1952
46/18 C 1952
46/19 D 1952
46/20 Economic Aid 1952
46/21 Everett, WA 1952
46/22 E 1953
46/23 Fisheries 1953
46/24 F 1953
46/25 G 1953
46/26 H 1953
46/27 I 1953
46/28 J 1953
46/29 Korea 1953
46/30 K 1953
46/31 Lezin, Ben 1953
46/32 L 1953
46/33 Maritime 1953
46/34 Mc 1953
46/35-36 M 1953
46/37 N 1953
46/38 O 1953
46/39 Parrott, Henry W. 1953
46/40 Pittwood, Edward 1953
46/41 Potlatch Forests, Inc. (Elder, Bob) 1953
46/42-43 P 1953
46/44 Q 1953
46/45 R 1953
46/46 Seattle, WA 1953
46/47 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1953
46/1 Seattle -- Waterfront Strike 1953
47/2 Seidelhuber Steel Rolling Mills 1953
47/3 Somers, Richard E. 1953
47/4 Speakers -- for Washington State Organizations 1953
47/5 Spokane, WA 1953
47/6 S 1953
47/7 Tacoma, WA 1953
47/8 T 1953
47/9 U 1953
47/10 V 1953
47/11 Washington State Welfare 1953
47/12 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1953
47/13 White House Commission on Renovation of Executive Mansion 1953
47/14 W 1953
47/15 X, Y, Z 1953
47/16 Alaska 1953
47/17 Alaska Fisheries 1953
47/18 American Automobile Association 1953
47/19 B 1953
47/20 Clover Park School District (Hudtloff, A. G.) 1953
47/21 C 1953
47/22 Ertner, ? (Collapsible-Returnable Metal Box Co.) 1953
47/23 E 1953
47/24 F 1953
47/25 G 1953
47/26 Hale, Hal H. (American Association of State Highway Officials) 1953
47/27 H 1953
47/28 J 1953
47/29 Kelly, Thomas (National Machine Tool Co.) 1953
47/30 L 1953
47/31 M 1953
47/32 N 1953
47/33 O 1953
47/34 Power 1953
47/35 P 1953
47/36 Rosenbergs (Clemency) 1953
47/37 R 1953
47/38 Seattle, WA 1953
47/39 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1953
47/40 Seattle -- Waterfront Strike 1953
47/41 Spokane, WA 1953
47/42 T 1953
47/43 United Nations 1953
47/44 Washington State Welfare 1953
47/45 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1953
47/46 West, Herbert 1953
47/47 W 1953
47/48 Alaska 1954
47/49 A 1954
47/50 Bowen, Robert E. (Consolidated Engineering Company, Zurich, Switzerland) 1954
47/51 D 1954
47/52 Fuchek, Florence M. 1954
47/53 Funkhouser, Frank 1954
47/54 Green, Harry 1954
47/55 J 1954
47/56 Lamson Aircraft Company 1954
47/57 N 1954
47/58 Ports: Longview, WA and Vancouver, WA 1954
47/59 Seattle, WA 1954
47/60 Seidelhuber, Frank V. 1954
47/61 Subversives 1954
47/62 Washington and Alaska Society 1954
47/63 Washington State Welfare 1954
47/64 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1954
47/65 W 1954
47/66 Beer Procurement 1955
47/67 B 1955
47/68 Communism 1955
47/69 Chubb-Cassel, Paul W. 1955
47/70 Churches 1955
47/71 Cisco Construction Company 1955
47/72 Dennison Foods 1955
47/73 D 1955
47/74 E 1955
47/75 Foreign Policy 1955
48/1 F 1955
48/2 G 1955
48/3 H 1955
48/4 J 1955
48/5 L 1955
48/6 M 1955
48/7 N 1955
48/8 O 1955
48/9-10 Pelligrini, Frank 1955
48/11 Peterson, John 1955
48/12 Power 1955
48/13 P 1955
48/14 Reinbold, Frank R. 1955
48/15 Riblet Tranway Company 1955
48/16 R 1955
48/17 Seattle, WA 1955
48/18 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1955
48/19 Security Risk 1955
48/20 Surplus Scrap 1955
48/21 S 1955
48/22 T 1955
48/23 V 1955
48/24 Washington and Alaska Society 1955
48/25 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1955
48/26 Willis, George F. 1955
48/27 W 1955
48/28 American Strategic Minerals Corporation 1956
48/29 Beer 1956
48/30 B 1956
48/31 C 1956
48/32 D 1956
48/33 E 1956
48/34 Fisheries 1956
48/35-36 Foreign Policy 1956
48/37 F 1956
48/38 Goody, A. H. 1956
48/39 G 1956
48/40 H 1956
48/41 I 1956
48/42 J 1956
48/43 K 1956
48/44 L 1956
48/45 Mc 1956
48/46 M 1956
48/47 N 1956
48/48 O 1956
48/49 P 1956
48/50 Results International 1956
48/51 R 1956
48/52 Seattle, WA 1956
48/53 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1956
48/54 Speakers -- for Washington State Events 1956
48/55 S 1956
48/56 T 1956
48/57 U 1956
48/58 V 1956
48/59-60 Washington State Welfare 1956
48/61 Washington -- Miscellaneous 1956
48/62 W 1956
48/63 X, Y, Z 1956
Departmental Correspondence
Researchers who wish to use the Departmental Correspondence series (Boxes 49-114) must sign a release form "agreeing (1) not to reveal the name of any individual named in a case file; and (2) to hold harmless and indemnify the University and Senator Magnuson's heirs or any loss or damages arising from the use of these files."
Box/Folder
49/1 American Red Cross 1945
United Nations 1945
Box/Folder
49/2 Organization 1945
San Francisco Charter
Box/Folder
49/3 General 1945
49/4 Verbatim Record 1945
49/5-6 San Francisco Conference 1945
49/7-10 United Nations Relief and RehabilitationAdministration 1945
U.S. Agriculture Department 1945
Box/Folder
49/11 General 1945
49/12 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1945
U.S. Agricultural Adjustment Agency
Box/Folder
49/13 General 1945
49/14 Seattle Office 1945
49/15 U.S. Agricultural Economic Bureau 1945
49/16 U.S. Farm Credit Administration 1945
49/17 U.S. Farm Security Administration 1945
49/18 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1945
49/19 U.S. Forest Service 1945
49/20 U.S. Rural Agriculture CreditCorporation 1945
49/21 U.S. Alien Property Custodian 1945
49/22 U.S. Budget Bureau 1945
49/23 U.S. Censorship Office 1945
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
Box/Folder
49/24-27 General 1945
49/28 Orient -- Airline Routes 1945
49/29 Stalling Speed 1945
49/30 U.S. Civilian Production Administration 1945
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
49/31 General 1945
49/32 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1945
U.S. Census Bureau
Box/Folder
49/33 General 1945
49/34 Washington State 1945
49/35 U.S. Civilian Defense Office 1945
49/36 U.S. National Inventors Council 1945
49/37 U.S. Patent Office 1945
49/38 U.S. Commodity Credit Corporation 1945
49/39 U.S. Defense Housing Corporation 1945
49/40 U.S. Defense Plant Corporation 1945
U.S. Defense Transportation Office
Box/Folder
49/41 General 1945
49/42 Order #17 1945
50/1 U.S. Economic Stabilization Office 1945
50/2 U.S. Emergency Management Office 1945
50/3 U.S. Employment Service 1945
50/4 U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff) 1945
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
Box/Folder
50/5 General 1945
50/6 Diathermy Equipment Cases 1945
50/7 FM Broadcast Service 1945
50/8 KJR 1945
50/9 KTBI 1945
50/10 KVAN 1945
50/11 U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1945
50/12 U.S. Federal Loan Agency 1945
50/13 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1945
50/14-15 U.S. Federal Public Housing Authority 1945
50/16 U.S. Federal Reserve Board 1945
U.S. Federal Security Agency
Box/Folder
50/17 General 1945
50/18 U.S. Education Office 1945
50/19 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1945
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
50/20 General 1945
50/21-24 Projects 1945
50/25 Roxbury Heights Project 1945
50/26 Waterville Court House Project 1945
50/27 U.S. Foreign Economic Administration 1945
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
50/28 General 1945
50/29 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1945
50/30 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1945
50/31 U.S. Fish and Wild Life Service 1945
50/32 U.S. General Land Office 1945
50/33 U.S. Indian Affairs Office 1945
50/34 U.S. Mines Bureau 1945
50/35 U.S. National Park Service U.S. ReclamationBureau 1945
Box/Folder
50/36 General 1945
50/37-39 Grand Coulee Dam -- Mason City Townsite 1945
50/40 U.S. Relocation Authority 1945
50/41-43 Columbia Basin Project 1945
50/44 Pacific Explorations 1945
50/45 Roza Project 1945
50/46 Shipshaw Hearings 1945
51/1 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1945
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
51/2 U.S. Attorney General 1945
51/3 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1945
51/4 U.S. Prison Bureau 1945
51/5 U.S. Wages and Hour Administration 1945
51/6 U.S. War Crimes Commission 1945
51/7 Tule Lake 1945
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
51/8 General 1945
51/9 U.S. Labor Department. Secretary 1945
51/10 U.S. Library of Congress 1945
51/11 U.S. Maritime Commission 1945
U.S. National Housing Agency
Box/Folder
51/12-13 General 1945
51/14 Seattle Housing 1945
51/15 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1945
51/16-17 U.S. National War Labor Board 1945
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
51/18 General 1945
51/19 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1945
51/20 U.S. Marine Corps 1945
51/21 U.S. Navy. 13th District 1945
51/22 U.S. Navy. 17th District 1945
51/23 U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau 1945
51/24 U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office 1945
51/25 U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General 1945
51/26 U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau 1945
51/27 U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief 1945
51/28 U.S. Navy. Ordinance Bureau 1945
51/29 U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau 1945
51/30 U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau 1945
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
51/31 General 1945
51/32-34 U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard 1945
51/35 U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station 1945
51/36 Yards and Docks Projects 1945
51/37 Bremerton Moorage 1945
51/38 Grays Harbor Moorage 1945
51/39 Lake Union Moorage 1945
51/40-46 Lake Washington 1945
52/1 Ship Repair Pay Differential 1945
52/2 Tacoma, WA -- Port 1945
52/3 Unified Command 1945
52/4 U.S. Petroleum Administration for War 1945
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
52/5 Postmaster General (Dolphins' EyeRemedy) 1945
52/6 State Postmasters 1945
U.S. Price Administration Office
Box/Folder
52/7-11 General 1945
52/12 ABCO Refrigeration Manufacturers 1945
52/13-14 Automobiles 1945
52/15 Auto Repair Service 1945
52/16 Cost Absorption 1945
52/17 Fats and Oils 1945
52/18 Fish 1945
52/19 Food 1945
52/20 Food Pricers 1945
52/21 Fruit Growers 1945
52/22 Fuel 1945
52/23 Gasoline 1945
52/24 Halibut Producers 1945
52/25 H and F Mill Company 1945
52/26 Leather 1945
52/27 Liquor and Beer 1945
52/28 Lubri-Gas Laboratories 1945
52/29 Lumber 1945
52/30-31 Meat 1945
52/32 Pianos 1945
52/33 Pre-ticketing 1945
52/34 Rent Control 1945
53/1 Restaurant Complaints 1945
53/2 Roofing 1945
53/3 Shoes 1945
53/4 Solo -- Ail-Purpose Cleanser 1945
53/5-7 Sugar 1945
53/8 Tires 1945
53/9 Wax Orchards 1945
53/10 Wines 1945
53/11 U.S. Public Health Service 1945
52/12 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1945
53/13 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1945
53/14 U.S. Rural Electrification Administration 1945
53/15 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1945
53/16 U.S. Smaller War Plants Corporation 1945
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
53/17 General 1945
53/18 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1945
53/19 Boundary Dispute 1945
53/20 Fishery Production 1945
53/21 International Fisheries 1945
53/22-23 Japanese Fisheries in Alaska (file of Bone, HomerT.) 1945
53/24 Jones, Stanley E. 1945
53/25 Poland 1945
53/26 Rabbi 1945
53/27 Russian Relations 1945
53/28 Spain 1945
53/29 Swiss Watches 1945
53/30 Yugoslavia 1945
53/31-33 U.S. Surplus Property Administration 1945
53/34 U.S. Tariff Commission 1945
53/35 U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority 1945
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
53/36 General 1945
53/37 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1945
53/38 U.S. Customs Bureau 1945
53/39 U.S. Internal Revenue Bureau 1945
53/40 U.S. Narcotics Bureau 1945
53/41 U.S. War Bond Division 1945
53/42 Procurement 1945
53/43 U.S. Veterans Administration 1945
U.S. War Department
Box/Folder
53/44 General 1945
53/45 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1945
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
53/46 U.S. Army. Adjutant General 1945
53/47 U.S. Army. Allied Supreme Commander. Japan (MacArthur, Douglas) 1945
53/48 U.S. Army. Air Force 1945
53/49 U.S. Army. Air Service Command (Spokane, WA) 1945
53/50 U.S. Array. Chief of Staff 1945
U.S. Army. Service Forces
Box/Folder
53/51 General 1945
53/52 Transportation 1945
54/1 U.S. Army. Ordinance Depot (Renton, WA) 1945
54/2 U.S. Army. Provost Marshall 1945
54/3 U.S. Army. Quartermaster Corps 1945
54/4 Army Statistics 1945
54/5 Auburn, WA 1945
54/6 Boeing Field 1945
54/7-16 Demobilization -- Army and Navy 1945
54/17 Prisoner of War Labor 1945
54/18 Public Relations 1945
54/19 Seattle, WA -- Port of Embarkation 1945
54/20 Surgeon General 1945
54/21 U.S. Air Transport Command 1945
U.S. War Foods Administration
Box/Folder
54/22 General 1945
54/23 Butterfat 1945
54/24 Meats 1945
54/25 Peas 1945
54/26 U.S. War Information Office 1945
54/27 U.S. War Man Power Commission 1945
54/28 U.S. War Mobilization and Reconversion Office 1945
U.S. War Production Board
Box/Folder
54/29-33 General 1945
54/34 Caskets 1945
54/35 Connoisseur Wineries 1945
54/36 Golden Age Breweries 1945
54/37 Kluge Presses 1945
King Report
Box/Folder
54/38 General 1945
54/39 Idamont-Zinc Mines Company 1945
54/40 India Cotton 1945
54/41 Jerauld Manufacturing Company 1945
54/42 Kenworth Motor Truck Corporation 1945
54/43 L-41 1945
55/1 Labor Temple (Construction) 1945
55/2 Lynch Furniture Manufacturing Company 1945
55/3 M-388 Case 1945
55/4 Posner, George 1945
55/5 Rationing 1945
55/6 Roger Super Tire Service 1945
55/7 Venetian Blinds 1945
55/8 U.S. War Shipping Administration 1945
55/9 International Joint Commission 1946
55/10-15 United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 1946
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
55/16 General 1946
55/17 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1946
55/18 U.S. Agriculture Adjustment Agency 1946
55/19 U.S. Extension Service 1946
55/20 U.S. Farm Credit Administration 1946
55/21 U.S. Farm Security Administration 1946
55/22 U.S. National Forest Service 1946
55/23 U.S. Production and MarketingAdministration 1946
55/24 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1946
55/25 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1946
55/26 Alfalfa Investigations 1946
55/27 Appropriations 1946
55/28 Dairy, Butter, Milk 1946
55/29 Foreign Labor 1946
55/30 Production and Marketing 1946
Wheat Orders 1946
Box/Folder
55/31 General 1946
55/32 Millers 1946
55/33 U.S. Budget Bureau 1946
55/34 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1946
U.S. Civilian Production Administration
Box/Folder
5/35 General 1946
55/36-39 Constituent Correspondence 1946
56/1 Flour Sacks 1946
56/2 Seattle Gas Company 1946
U.S. Commerce Department
Box
56/3 General 1946
Box/Folder
56/4 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1946
Box/Folder
56/5 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1946
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
56/6 General 1946
56/7-8 Direct Route to Hawaii 1946
56/9 Orient 1946
Box/Folder
56/10 U.S. Census Bureau 1946
U.S. International Trade OperationsOffice
Box/Folder
56/11 General 1946
56/12 Hughes, Joe (Oneotha) 1946
Box/Folder
56/13 U.S. Patent Office 1946
Box/Folder
56/14 U.S. Weather Bureau 1946
Box/Folder
56/15 Coal to China 1946
56/16 U.S. Defense Transportation Office 1946
56/17 U.S. Economic Stabilization Office 1946
56/18 U.S. Employment Service 1946
56/19 U.S. Export-Import Bank 1946
56/20 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1946
56/21 U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1946
56/22 U.S. Federal Economic Administration 1946
56/23 U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board 1946
56/24 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1946
56/25-29 U.S. Federal Public Housing Administration 1946
56/30 U.S. Federal Reserve Board 1946
56/31 U.S. Federal Security Agency 1946
56/32 U.S. Federal Social Security 1946
56/33 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1946
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
56/34 General 1946
56/35-36 Constituent Correspondence 1946
56/37 Public Roads 1946
56/38 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1946
56/39 U.S. General Accounting Office 1946
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
56/40 General 1946
56/41 U.S. Interior Department. Secretary 1946
56/42 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1946
56/43 U.S. Fish and Wild Life Service 1946
57/1 U.S. Indian Affairs Office 1946
57/2 U.S. Land Management Bureau 1946
57/3 U.S. Mines Bureau 1946
57/4 U.S. National Parks Service 1946
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
57/5 General 1946
57/6 Grand Coulee Dam -- Mason City Townsite 1946
57/7 Siphon at Soap Lake 1946
57/8 U.S. Relocation Authority 1946
57/9 Alaska Railroad 1946
57/10 Appropriations 1946
57/11 Columbia Basin Project 1946
57/12 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1946
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
57/13 General 1946
57/14 U.S. Attorney General 1946
57/15 U.S. District Attorney. Washington. EasternDistrict 1946
57/16 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1946
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
57/17 General 1946
57/18 U.S. Labor Department. Secretary 1946
57/19 U.S. Maritime Commission 1946
57/20 U.S. National Housing Administration 1946
57/21-22 U.S. National Housing Agency 1946
57/23 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1946
57/24 U.S. National Wage Stabilization Board 1946
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
57/25-26 General 1946
57/27 U.S. Navy. Secretary 1946
57/28 U.S. Marine Corps 1946
57/29 U.S. Navy. 13th District 1946
57/30 U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office 1946
57/31 U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau 1946
57/32 U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau 1946
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
57/33 General 1946
57/34 U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard 1946
57/35 Appropriations 1946
57/36 Bellingham Port 1946
57/37 Demobilization 1946
57/38 Waste 1946
57/39 Unified Command 1946
U.S. Price Administration Office
Box/Folder
58/1-11 General 1946
58/12 Butler 1946
58/13 Cherry Boxes 1946
58/14 Corn Sugar 1946
58/15 Cotton 1946
58/16 Dairy 1946
58/17-18 Feed 1946
58/19 Fir Doors 1946
58/20 Frye & Company 1946
58/21 Iverson & Sons 1946
58/22 Laundries, Surcharges 1946
58/23-27 Lumber 1946
58/28 Machinery 1946
58/29-30 Meat Packing 1946
59/1 Millers 1946
59/2 Nettleship (M.) and Company 1946
59/3 Newsprint 1946
59/4 Plywood 1946
59/5 Rent 1946
59/6 Seattle, WA 1946
59/7-9 Sugar 1946
59/10 Washington Brick and Lime 1946
59/11 Wheat Order 1946
59/12 U.S. Public Buildings Administration 1946
59/13 U.S. Public Health Service 1946
59/14 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1946
59/15 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1946
59/16 U.S. Smaller War Plants Corporation 1946
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
59/17 General 1946
59/18 U.S. State Department. Secretary 1946
59/19 Foreign Service Personnel 1946
59/20 International 1946
59/21 Russia 1946
59/22 Spain 1946
59/23 Taylor, Myron C. -- appointment as U.S.Representative to the Vatican 1946
59/24 United Nations 1946
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
59/25 General 1946
59/26 Reciprocity Information 1946
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
59/27 General 1946
59/28 U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary 1946
59/29 U.S. Coast Guard 1946
59/30 U.S. Customs Bureau 1946
59/31 Procurement 1946
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
59/32-33 General 1946
59/34 Apprenticeship Program 1946
59/35 Stelle, John 1946
U.S. War Assets Administration
Box/Folder
60/1-8 Constituent Correspondence 1946
60/9 Baxter General Hospital (Spokane, WA) 1946
60/10 Paine Field 1946
60/11 Spokane Air Depot (Geiger Field) 1946
60/12 Spokane Steel 1946
60/13 U.S. War Damage Corporation 1946
U.S. War Department 1946
Box/Folder
60/14-15 General 1946
60/16 U.S. War Department. Secretary 1946
60/17 Daily Pacifican 1946
60/18 Transportation 1946
60/19 U.S. War Labor Board 1946
60/20 U.S. War Mobilization and Reconversion Office 1946
60/21 U.S. War Shipping Administration 1946
60/22 International Joint Commission 1947
60/23 United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 1947
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
60/24 General 1947
60/25 U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary 1947
60/26 U.S. Agricultural Adjustment Agency 1947
60/27 U.S. Farm Credit Administration 1947
60/28 U.S. Farm Security Administration 1947
60/29 U.S. National Forest Service 1947
60/30 U.S. Plant Quarantine and EntomologyBureau 1947
60/31 U.S. Production and MarketingAdministration 1947
60/32 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1947
60/33 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1947
60/34 U.S. Sugar Ration Administration 1947
60/35-36 Appropriations 1947
60/37 Crawford, A. Forbes (non-perishable fooditems) 1947
60/38 Dried Apples 1947
60/39 Farm Labor Camps 1947
60/40 Foreign Labor 1947
60/41 Meat Dollars -- Farmers' Share 1947
60/42 Turkey Growers Price Support 1947
61/1 U.S. Alien Property Custodian 1947
61/2 U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1947
61/3 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1947
61/4 U.S. Civilian Production Administration 1947
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
61/5 General 1947
61/6 U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary 1947
61/7 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1947
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
61/8 General 1947
61/9 Air Safety 1947
61/10 Hawaiian Route 1947
61/11 U.S. Census Bureau 1947
U.S. International Trade OperationsOffice
Box/Folder
61/12-13 General 1947
61/14 Fish 1947
61/15 U.S. National Inventors Council 1947
61/16 U.S. National Standards Bureau 1947
61/17 U.S. Patent Office 1947
U.S. Commerce Department (cont.)
Box/Folder
61/18 U.S. Weather Bureau 1947
61/19 Appropriations 1947
61/20 U.S. Conciliation Service 1947
61/21 U.S. Courts Administration 1947
61/22 U.S. Export-Import Bank 1947
61/23-24 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1947
61/25 U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1947
61/26 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1947
61/27 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1947
U.S. Federal Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
61/28-29 General 1947
61/30 Appropriations -- Government CorporationBill 1947
61/31-32 Constituent Correspondence 1947
61/33 U.S. Federal Security Agency 1947
61/34 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1947
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
62/1 General 1947
62/2 Constituent Correspondence 1947
62/3 U.S. Public Building Administration 1947
62/4 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1947
62/5-6 Renton (WA) Hospital 1947
62/7 Roosevelt Memorial Hospital, Bremerton,WA 1947