Guide to the Albert Conrad Ullman Papers

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Ullman, Al
Title: Albert Conrad Ullman papers
Dates: 1957-1980 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 396.0 linear feet (265 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 040
Summary: Al Ullman, Democrat of Baker, Oregon, represented Oregon’s second district in the U. S. House of Representatives from 1957 to 1981. Most of his efforts focused on the development of Oregon’s water resources and the improved management of public lands and national forests. In the 1970s, he worked on tax reform, welfare reform, and national health insurance. The collection consists of correspondence, reports, legislation, published material providing background information on the issues, and other files accumulated during his twenty-four years in the U. S. House of Representatives. The collection covers all the issues which concerned Ullman and his constituents between 1957 and 1981.
Repository: University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
Contact Information: UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

Al Ullman, Democrat of Baker, Oregon, represented Oregon’s second district in the U. S. House of Representatives from 1957 to 1981. He was born in Great Falls, Montana on March 9, 1914, and was raised in the Northwest. In 1935 he graduated from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, in political science. He also earned a master’s degree in public law from Columbia University in 1939. Ullman was a high school teacher and a businessman in Baker before his election to Congress. He was also a veteran of World War II, having served with the Navy in the South Pacific.

Ullman was first elected to Congress in 1956, defeating incumbent Sam Coon largely on the issue concerning Hells Canyon on the Snake River. It was his second try for the second district congressional seat. Once in Washington, D. C., he devoted major attention to the development of Oregon’s water resources and the improved management of public lands and national forests. He served on the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee and was a member of the National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission.

In 1961, Congressman Ullman was elected to the important Ways and Means Committee. In 1973, while serving as acting chairman in the absence of Representative Wilbur Mills, he led the committee in developing the Trade Reform Act of 1973 and guided other legislative efforts in the areas of tax reform, welfare reform, and national health insurance. He became chairman in 1975.

Ullman was also considered a leader throughout Congress in the effort to reform budgetary procedures. In 1973, he initiated and later co-chaired the Joint Study Committee on Budget Control, leading to major budget reforms. He also served as chairman of the new House Budget Committee in 1974.

In addition, during his tenure in Congress, Ullman served on the Judiciary Committee, the Democratic Committee on Committees, the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation, and many other joint committees and commissions.

Congressman Ullman was defeated in his bid for re-election for his thirteenth term in 1980, though he remained active in Washington, D. C. until his death in 1986.

Content Description

The Al Ullman Papers contain correspondence, reports, legislation, published material providing background information on the issues, and other files accumulated during his twenty-four years in the U. S. House of Representatives. The collection covers all the issues which concerned Ullman and his constituents between 1957 and 1981.

The Ullman Papers came to the University of Oregon in 1981 from the Federal Records Center in Washington, D. C., where they had been in storage. The increments that were sent to the Records Center were reassembled to create the file that would have existed had all the records remained in Ullman’s office. Thus the files, as near as possible, are arranged chronologically within each heading. The headings differ, however, because a new filing system was adopted in 1969. As a result, materials that were filed under one heading between 1957 and 1968, are found under a different, more specific, heading after that period. A researcher interested in a particular subject may need to consult several files to be certain of finding everything relating to the topic.

The Papers are organized into eight series, each also described separately in the box by box inventory. Series I covers material from 1957 through 1968 and consists of general subject files. The inventory lists the types of materials included under each heading as well as specific topics that are covered. An office index to this series can be found in Box 1.

Series II through IV contain files generated between 1969 and 1980, inclusive. This begins the new filing system so that although this material is also filed according to subject, the headings are more specific; that is, naming the departments (Series II), agencies (Series III), and House Committees (Series IV). For example, material files under Natural Resources in Series I are included under the Department of the Interior in Series II. Series V through Series VII cover the entire twenty-four years of Ullman’s career and contain specific material relating to individual bills (primarily those introduced by Ullman, Series V), Oregon projects and affairs (Series VI), and publicity and scheduling (Series VII). Series VIII, contains carbons of Ullman’s outgoing correspondence, referred to as “whites.” These can also be used as a cross-reference index to the correspondence in the files arranged by subject, as notations of other file headings appear in the upper right-hand corner of the “white.” Series IX contains several hundred images, primarily official portraits and scenes of Ullman representing his constituents, 1957 to 1981.

Individual case files have been disposed of in accordance with Mr. Ullman’s wishes.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Collection or parts of collection may be stored offsite. Please contact Special Collections & University Archives in advance of your visit to allow for transportation time.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Alfred Conrad Ullman papers, Coll 040, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

Series I. Subject Files, 1957-1968

Series II. Departments, 1969-1980

Series III. Agencies, 1969-1980

Series IV. House Committees, 1969-1980

Series V. Bill File, 1957-1980

Series VI. Oregon Projects and Affairs, 1957-1980

Series VII. Publicity and Scheduling, 1957-1980

Series VIII. Whites (outgoing letters), 1957-1980

Series IX. Photographs

Acquisition Information :  

Gift of Al Ullman in 1981.

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by staff.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I:  Subject Files, 1957-1968
Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically.
1 Office index 1957-1968
1-2 Academies
Applications for armed forces academies. Includes application forms, correspondence, letters of recommendation, and follow-up grade reports.
2-3 Administration
Congressional office housekeeping files. Includes personnel applications, supply requisitions, form letters, and administrative assistant’s correspondence.
3-7 Agriculture
Correspondence, legislation, and background material. Includes files on individual commodities, USDA, Farmer’s Home Administration, Forest Service, farm programs such as crop insurance, and farm bills, including those introduced by Ullman.
8 Appropriations
Correspondence, legislation, and background material. Includes files on federal appropriations, agricultural appropriations, budget, HEW, labor, interior, and public works.
9 Area Redevelopment Administration
Correspondence, reports, and background material. Files on individual Oregon counties, not every county included.
9-10 Associations and Committees
Correspondence, largely Ways and Means Committee pressure mail. Also includes files on congressional committee assignments, such as tariffs, taxes, and medical care.
10 Atomic Energy
Correspondence, reports, and background material. Includes general use files, files on development and use, and material relating to nuclear bomb tests.
11-12 Aviation
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on airports and airways (establishment construction, maintenance), specifically John Day airport, Pendleton airport runway, and Portland airways; passenger and freight traffic; air safety rules and regulation; and West Coast “use it or lose it” investigation.
12 Beverages
Correspondence, petitions, and legislation mainly relating to consumption of alcoholic beverages aboard aircraft and advertising and labeling of alcoholic beverages.
12 Civil Rights
Correspondence. Includes files on discrimination, segregation, human rights, the equal rights amendment, and the civil rights act.
13 Civil Service
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on examinations and standards, investigations, separations, and personnel activities.
13 Congressional Business
Correspondence and tearsheets from the Congressional Record. Also includes files on the Congressional Directory, Library of Congress, congressional calendar, and two notebooks on congressional committees.
14 Crime
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on juvenile delinquency and police procedures.
14 Disasters
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on emergency relief, floods, and drought.
14-15 Economic Development Administration
Correspondence, reports and general files on Oregon projects.
15 Economics
Correspondence and background material. Includes files on business recession, industry, inflation, cost of living, monopolies, economic indicators, and false advertising.
15-17 Education
Correspondence relating to the growth of community colleges, federal aid to education, science and research, libraries, education TV, and the National Science Foundation.
17-20 Federal Government
Correspondence. Includes files on the executive branch; the legislative and judicial branches; lands, buildings, and ground; buildings; and statehood.
21-22 Finance
Correspondence, reports and background material. Includes files on banking and currency, public debt-spending, international finance, budget bill, and balance of payments. See also, Economics.
22-23 Foreign Relations
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on foreign policy, foreign aid, treaties and peace pacts, United Nations, war claims (Vietnam), exchange programs, Middle East, Latin America and Cuba, and Far East.
23-25 Health and Welfare
Correspondence. Includes files on community health and sanitation, diseases and conditions, rehabilitation programs, water systems and water supply, drugs – labeling, public welfare, and poverty programs, such as Vista and Job Corps. More specific topics are the “A” canal in Klamath Falls, Hoxey cancer treatments, and Klamath algae.
25-26 Housing
Correspondence and background material. Includes files on construction, financing – Federal Housing Administration, public housing, slum clearance – urban renewal, and housing for the aged.
26 Immigration
Correspondence files relating to citizenship, passports-visas, refugees-quotas, Immigration Act Revision, and deportation.
27-28 Indian Affairs
Correspondence regarding the Umatilla Reservation, Klamath Reservation, Warm Springs Reservation, and Burns – Piaute. Also files on bills and reports, fishing rights, and the 1957 Klamath electors rolls.
29 Institutions
Correspondence and background material. Includes files on federal institutions (corrections, health and mental health), state institutions, and private institutions.
29-30 Insurance and Retirement
Correspondence. Federal government files on insurance, retirement and annuities, railroad retirement, and workmen’s compensation. Also files on state and government insurance and retirement and private industrial insurance.
30 Inventions
Correspondence regarding patents, copyrights, and trademarks.
30-32 Labor
Correspondence. Includes files on conditions, strikes, unions, the Landrum-Griffin Labor Reform Bill, employment of the aged (Ullman’s bill), fair labor standards, and farm labor.
32 Land
Correspondence. Includes files on acquisition-disposal; classification-appraisals-valuation; conservation and protection; and land management and range administration. See also, Natural Resources, and Parks and Forests.
33 Legal
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on claims-litigations, decisions-opinions-interpretations, regulations, and court procedure and sentencing.
33 Legislation
Correspondence and legislation. Includes Ullman bills and responses and testimony by House members. See also, Series V.
33 Lists
Lists and published directories. Includes files on periodic reports, mailing list-newsletter, Christmas list, and second district Oregonians.
33-34 Mail
Correspondence. Includes files on classes, rates, commemorative stamps, transportation of mail, weight-size limitations, and restrictions.
34 Maritime
Correspondence and background material on ports-harbors-shipyards-docks and ships-shipping.
34-36 Meetings
Correspondence, schedules, calendars, and background material. Includes files on invitations- declined, accepted, and tentative; Brookings Institute; and meetings between parties other than the Representative.
36 Memorials
Correspondence and background material on international, national, and state memorials, as well as holidays.
36 Meteorology
Two files of correspondence.
36 Metals
One file of correspondence and background material.
36-39 Military
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on pay and allowances, officer commissions-ROTC, reservations (forts, camps, etc.), reserves and National Guard (including army, navy, air force, and marines), separations-discharges, USO-special services entertainment, weapons-fire arms (including gun control debate), surplus property, national defense, civil defense, and security.
39-51 National Resources
Correspondence, reports, and background material. Includes general files on fish and wildlife, fuels, irrigation and reclamation (Bureau of Reclamation), minerals-mines-mining, Rural Electrification Administration, public works, soil conservation, water resources – watersheds, flood control, and geo-thermal dynamics. Specific projects include Arlington Relocation, 1962 Baker project, Columbia Basin reports, the Dalles Ship Channel, Hells Canyon ( 1956-1960, Boxes 41-43), High Mountain Sheep Dam, John Day Dam, Oregon-California Intertie, and Wapinitia Project. See also, Series VI.
51-54 Parks and Forests
Correspondence, reports, and background material. Federal files break down into wilderness areas, recreational development (including the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission, 1960), reservations, national forests, national parks, and research programs. Also included are files on state parks and forests, timber-lumber products industry, and forest revenues.
54-58 Political Affairs
Correspondence, reports, and background material, campaign literature, and press clippings. Includes files on Ullman’s political campaigns in 1954 and 1956, commendations-endorsements, Democratic National Committee, political records (including Ullman’s political record and Wayne Morse’s record, 1955-1956, Box 55), Oregon delegation, elections in Oregon, and national elections.
58-61 Post Office
Correspondence. Includes both general and specific files on rural carriers-rural routes, postmasters, and post offices-buildings.
61-68 Public Relations
Correspondence, literature, and press releases. Includes files of anonymous crank letters, biographical sketches, commendations and greetings (such as condolences, congratulation letters, and thank you letters), complaints-criticisms, endorsements-introductions, fairs-expositions-ceremonies, photographs, publicity (such as press releases and clippings), reports to constituents, requests for material, polls-questionnaires, and information on office visitors.
Photographs have been removed to the Photograph Collection.
68-69 Recreation
Correspondence, reports and background material. Includes files on facilities, sports-sporting events, recreation areas (some specific), Land and Water Conservation Act, and meetings of the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission, 1960.
69 Religion
Correspondence relating to prayer and Bible reading.
69 Reports-Statistics
Includes various reports, correspondence, and a guest register for 1960-1962.
70 Roads
Correspondence, maps, reports, and background material. Includes files on federal roads, broken down into safety, specific highways, timber access roads, and trails; and state roads.
71 Salaries
Correspondence and reports. Includes files on federal employees (classified workers, congressional-judicial employees, postal employees), state employees (teachers), and minimum wages.
71 Science and Aeronautics
Three folders of correspondence and reports relating to space and oceanography.
71 Selective Service
Correspondence. Many files on the deferment policy; also university military training.
71 Small Business
Correspondence, reports, and background material. Files mainly on small business loans.
72-74 Social Security
Correspondence, legislation and background material. Includes files on benefits-annuities-eligibility, Ullman’s bills HR 12986 and HR 12987. Medicare, disability, and Title 19.
74 State Government
Correspondence, promotional material, and reports concerning Oregon.
75-77 Taxes
Correspondence, legislation, and reports. Includes files on federal taxes (federal excise, federal income, UNICEF tax exemption, highway users, aviation users, personal income tax exemption, tax exempt municipal bonds), state taxes, Revenue Act of 192, timber tax- 1963 tax bill, 1968 tax bill, and Ways and Means Committee work.
77 Telegrams (others)
One folder of copies of telegrams.
77-78 Trade
Correspondence, reports, and legislation. Includes files on imports-exports, tariffs-trade agreements, trade bills HR 9900 and HR 11970, and fair trade-anti-trust.
78 Un-American Activities
Correspondence. Includes files on Communism-left, John Birch, etc.-right, and House Committee.
78-80 Utilities
Correspondence, reports, petitions, and background material. Includes files on communications-telephone, radio, TV, cable, telegraph and transportation (motor carriers, rail carriers, water carriers, and automobile safety features).
80-81 Veterans
Correspondence and background material. Includes files on medicine and surgery, insurance, education-schooling, loans-housing, and annuities-pensions-disability allowances.

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Series II:  Departments, 1969-1980
Arranged alphabetically by name of department and chronologically. Most often includes correspondence, reports, and background material. Specific subjects are sometimes mentioned.
82-91 Agriculture
Includes forestry, farm prices, and Tussock moth spraying.
92-93 Commerce
Includes economic development.
94-98 Defence
Includes information on the Boardman bombing range (Boxes 97-98).
98-101 Energy
Includes geothermal legislation, Bonneville Power Administration, natural gas deregulation, gasoline allocation, and wood stove tax credit.
101-107 Health, Education, and Welfare
Includes the separate departments of Education, 1980 and Health and Human Services, 1980.
107-109 Housing and Urban Development 1969-1980
110-118 Interior
Specific issues include Hells Canyon (Boxes 115-116), Eastern Oregon (Box 116), wild and scenic rivers (Box 116), Klamath Indian affairs (Box 116), RARE II (Roadless Area Review and Evaluation, Box 117), and Reclamation Reform Act of 1979 (Box 118).
118-119 Justice
Includes information on Nixon pardon, aliens, gun control, and poll closings.
120-122 Labor
Includes OSHA and CETA.
122-123 Post Office 1969-1975
123 State Department 1969-1980
124-125 Transportation 1969-1979
126-127 Treasury 1969-1980

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Series III:  Agencies, 1969-1980
Arranged alphabetically by name of agency and chronologically. Includes independent agencies as well as federal, congressional, presidential, and judicial agencies. Files may contain correspondence, reports, and/or background material.
127 Action 1972-1978
127 Atomic Energy Commission 1969-1975
127 Civil Aeronautics Board 1969-1970
128 Civil Aeronautics Board 1969-1970
128 Civil Service Commission 1969-1980
128 Community Service Commission 1969-1980
129 Environmental Protection Agency 1969-1977
130 Environmental Protection Agency 1969-1979
131 Environmental Protection Agency 1980
131 Energy Research and Development Administration 1975-1977
131 Farmers Credit Administration 1969-1975
131 Farmers Home Administration 1970-1972
132 Federal Communications Commission 1969-1980
132 Federal Energy Office 1974
133 Federal Energy Office 1974-1977
133 Federal Power Administration 1969-1976
133 Federal Reserve Board 1969-1980
133 Federal Trade Commission 1969-1975
134 Federal Trade Commission 1976-1979
134 General Accounting Office 1974-1976
134 General Services Administration 1969-1980
134 Interstate Commerce Commission 1969-1972
135 Interstate Commerce Commission 1972-1980
135 International Trade Commission 1976-1979
135 National Academies of Sciences 1972-1975
135 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1969-1976
135 National Endowment for the Arts 1970-1971
135 National Labor Relations Board 1969-1974
135 National Science Foundation 1969-1974
136 National Science Foundation 1976-1980
136 Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1976-1977
136 Postal Service 1976-1979
137 Postal Service 1979-1980
137 President’s Office
137 Bicentennial Commission 1972-1976
137 Consumer Affairs 1970-1974
137 Cost of Living Council 1972-1974
137 Council on Wage and Price Stability 1978-1979
138 Economic Development Administration 1969-1972
138 Food and Drug Administration 1974-1975
138 Office of Economic Opportunity 1969-1975
138 Office of Emergency Planning 1969-1975
138 Office of Management and Budget 1969-1975
138 Office of Personnel Management 1980
138 Miscellaneous 1975-1980
138 Presidential Scandal 1974-1975
139 Small Business Administration 1969-1980
139 Securities and Exchange Commission 1969-1980
139A Selective Service System 1969-1972
139A Supreme Court 1971-1974
139A Tariff Commission 1969-1975
139A USIA 1972-1976
139A Veteran’s Administration 1969-1980
139A Water Resources Council 1973-1976

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Series IV:  House Committees, 1969-1980
Arranged alphabetically by name of committee and chronologically. Files consist mainly of constituents’ correspondence urging passage or non-passage of the bills the committees are considering.
140-141 Agriculture Committee 1969-1980
141-143 Appropriations Committee 1969-1980
143-144 Armed Services Committee 1969-1980
144-145 Banking and Currency Committee 1969-1980
145 Budget Committee 1974-1980
145 District of Columbia Committee 1969-1980
146-149 Education and Labor Committee 1969-1980
149-150 Foreign Affairs Committee 1969-1975
150-151 Government Operations Committee 1969-1980
151 House Administration Committee 1970-1980
151-154 Interior and Insular Affairs Committee 1969-1980
154-157 Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee 1969-1980
157 International Relations Committee 1976-1980
157-160 Judiciary Committee 1969-1980
160-161 Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee 1969-1980
161-162 Post Office and Civil Service Committee 1969-1980
162 Public Works and Transportation Committee 1969-1980
163 Rules Committee 1969-1980
163 Science and Astronautics Committee 1969-1980
163 Small Business Committee 1969-1980
163 Standard Official Conduct Committee 1970-1980
163 Un-American Activities-Internal Security Committee 1969-1974
163-164 Veterans Affairs Committee
164-183 Ways and Means Committee
Major subject headings within years are: taxes, social security, Medicare, trade, and welfare. Other headings include revenue sharing, committee on committees, Democratic caucus, pensions, unemployment compensation, small bills, health, energy taxes, tax reform, new economic package, member correspondence, and economics.
184-186 Ways and Means Committee
Material is from Ullman’s personal file, and relates more to legislation than constituent relations. Subjects include: welfare reform, unemployment compensation, REACH program, WIN, subcommittee material, tax exempt lobbying, value added tax, municipal bonds, Humphrey-Hawkins, energy, health insurance, federal campaign financing, and tax reform.
Other Committees
186 Joint Committee on Atomic Energy 1969-1976
186 Joint Budget Committee 1972-1974
187 Joint Committee on Committees 1974
187 Joint Economic Committee 1971-1976
187 Select Committee on Intelligence 1975
187 Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation 1969-1977
187 Senate committees 1969-1977
188 Other committee work and miscellaneous 1975-1979

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Series V:  Bill File, 1957-1980
Arranged alphabetically by session of congress. Primarily bills introduced by Ullman. Contains printed legislation, legislative calendars, bill correspondence, and bill research.
188 85th-86th Congress 1957-1960
189 86th-89th Congress 1960-1966
190 90th-91st Congress 1967-1970
191 91st-93rd Congress 1970-1974
192 93rd Congress 1973-1974
193 93rd-94th Congress 1973-1976
194 94th Congress 1975-1976
195 94th-95th Congress 1975-1978
196 95th Congress 1977-1978
197 95th-96th Congress 1977-1980
198-200 96th Congress: Research and legislation on the Northwest Energy Bill of 1980 1979-1980

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Series VI:  Oregon Projects and Affairs, 1957-1980
Arranged by activity and chronologically. Files contain correspondence, reports, and/or background material.
200-210 District projects
Consists of material relating to specific public works and natural resources projects in Oregon.
210-211 Grants
Includes applications and correspondence with federal agencies regarding Oregon projects.
212-214 Appropriations
Testimony and background material relating to funding of Oregon projects from public works, interior, and agricultural budgets.
214-217 Oregon Affairs 1969-1976
214-217 Oregon Reference 1977-1980

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Series VII:  Publicity and Scheduling, 1957-1980
Arranged by activity and chronologically.
218-219 Press releases
Includes press and news releases and radio and TV transcripts.
220-221 Statements and speeches 1957-1980
221 Newsletters 1959-1979
221-222 Congressional Record tearsheets 1961-1974
222 Ullman’s daily schedule 1975-1980
223 Record of district trips 1965-1980
223 Miscellaneous correspondence, including letters from district office and recommendations

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Series VIII:  Whites (outgoing letters), 1957-1980
Arranged chronologically and alphabetically by recipient. Used as a cross-reference index to other files.
Outgoing letters 1957-1961
224 A-Has
225 Hat-Ram
226 Rid-Z
Outgoing letters 1962-1963
226 A-Dem
227 Den-Rez
228 Rh-Z
228 Organizational files: Agriculture, Department of – newspapers and magazines
229 Organizational files: Oregon files – Veterans Administration
Outgoing letters 1964-1965
229 A-Fly
230 Foa-Ove
231 Owe-H
232 I-Z
Outgoing letters 1966-1968
232 A-Cha
233 Che-Gid
234 Gie-Kn
235 Ko-Ny
236 Oa-Sl
237 Smith-Z
Outgoing letters 1969-1970
238 A-Fey
239 Fia-Mary
240 Mas-Stan
241 Stap-Z
241 Cambodia and Medicare, A-Z
Outgoing letters 1971-1972
241 A-Brown
242 Bro-Hok
243 Hol-Pok
244 Pol-Z
245 National Health Insurance correspondence, 1972
Outgoing letters 1973
245 A-Hen
246 Hep-Schw
247 Sci-Z
247 National Health Insurance correspondence, 1973
Outgoing letters 1974
247 A-Col
248 Com-Mar
249 Mas-Wal
250 Wal-Z
250 Legislative questionnaire
250 Re-election letter
250 Veteran’s Administration
Outgoing letters 1975
250 A-Die
251 Dif-Lin
252 Lio-Spe
253 Spi-Z
Outgoing letters 1976
253 A-Cy
254 Da-Met
255 Meu-Z
256 Apprenticeships-Trainers
256 Campaign contributions
256 Child and Family Services
256 Forest Timber Management Act
Outgoing letters 1977
256 A-Gyz
257 Ha-Tyk
258 Y-Z
258 Completed Apprenticeship (Electrician)
258 Completed Apprenticeship (Law Enforcement)
258 Thank you’s to campaign supporters
Outgoing letters 1978
258 A-Hel
259 Hem-Steu
260 Stew-Z
260 Yearbooks
260 Computer letters
Outgoing letters 1979
260 A-Gy
261 Haa-Sl
262 Sm-Z
262 Computer letters
Outgoing letters 1980
262 A-Fre
263 Fri-Rou
264 Row-Z
264 Computer letters
264 November-December letters

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Photographs (PH051), 1957-1981
0.0010 linear feet
Ullman, Al
1 Prints

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  • Personal Names :
  • Ullman, Al--Archives
  • Corporate Names :
  • United States. Congress. House.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon--Politics and government--1951-
  • United States--Politics and government--20th century
  • Subject Terms :
  • Budget--United States
  • Foreign trade regulation--United States
  • Forest reserves--United States--Management
  • Legislators--United States
  • Public lands--United States--Management
  • Water resources development--Oregon

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