Guide to the Wayne L. Morse papers
1919-1969

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: Morse, Wayne L. (Wayne Lyman), 1900-1974Morse, Wayne L., (Wayne Lyman,), 1900-1974
Title: Wayne L. Morse papers
Dates: 1919-1969 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 1339.25 linear feet (935 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 001
Summary: Wayne Lyman Morse (1900-1974) served as U. S. Senator from 1945 to 1969. He was a member of the Labor and Welfare Committee, Armed Services Committee, and Foreign Relations Committee and served as a delegate to the United Nations. The collection contains senatorial papers, 1944-1968, research material, arbitration decisions, speeches, financial material, mementos and personal and general correspondence.
Repository: University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
Contact Information: UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
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.

Other Descriptive Information

The Papers of Senator Wayne L. Morse include material from 1919 to 1969. However, the bulk of the collection consists of the Senatorial papers, 1944-1968.

At various times between 1945 and 1968, Senator Morse sent his non-current files to the National Archives and Records Service for storage. The entire file was received by the University of Oregon Library in 1973 in the form of several record groups, each group representing a shipment to the storage unit.

The task of the Librarian has been to reassemble the parts of the collection and create the file that would have existed had all the records remained in the Senator's office. With some exceptions this has been done.

In 1960 the Senator's staff adopted a new filing system. As a result, practically the entire file begins anew in 1961. In addition, certain specific files, e.g., Academy, Post Office, Public Works, were located in two general files, and sometimes kept as distinct files as well. Such easily identified parts and distinct files were assembled into single units.

A researcher interested in a subject may need to consult several files to be certain of finding everything he wants. Even so apparently distinct a subject as a political campaign cannot be studied by reference to the Campaign File alone; the speech file, radio and television, and general correspondence files should all be examined for pertinent material.

On the other hand, the Index File is a nearly complete guide to all correspondents during the Senatorial years; a search for correspondence with specific persons is relatively uncomplicated.

The use of the Papers of Senator Wayne L. Morse is restricted by agreement with the donor. Persons wishing to use the collection should address the Curator of Special Collections, University of Oregon Library, stating the nature and purpose of their research.

No general microfilming or other reproduction of the collection is permitted or contemplated.

Source:

Inventory of the papers of Senator Wayne L. Morse, 1919-1969, prepared by Martin Schmitt and published by the University of Oregon Library in 1974

Historical Note

Wayne Lyman Morse was born on October 20, 1900 in Verona, Wisconsin, and grew up on his family's farm. He received a degree in labor economics from the University of Wisconsin in 1923, and was awarded a masters degree from the university in 1924. That same year he married Mildred Downie, a high school home economics teacher. While teaching and coaching the debate team at the University of Minnesota, he attended law school. After receiving his LL.B. in 1928, Columbia University awarded him a teaching fellowship and a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree.

The family moved to Eugene in 1929, where Morse took a position as assistant professor of law at the University of Oregon. Nine months later, at 30 years of age, he was named dean of the School of Law. Morse was the youngest law school dean in the country. In 1932 Morse was instrumental in rousing Oregon voters to defeat the Zorn-Macpherson bill, which proposed moving the University's liberal arts curriculum to Oregon State College in Corvallis, and making the University of Oregon a teacher college. Throughout the 1930s, Morse served on numerous state legislative committees. He served as Chairman of the American Bar Association's committee on prisons, probation and parole, and on the Oregon Crime Commission and the Governor's Commission on judicial reform.

Between 1938 and 1944, Morse was appointed arbitrator in a series of labor cases, most of them involving maritime unions. During the same time, Morse also served on the National War Labor Board.

In 1944, Morse stepped down from his post as dean of the School of Law and pursued a seat in the U.S. Senate. His Senate campaign focused on his connection with the people, highlighting his work as a labor arbitrator. He beat incumbent Republican Rufus C. Holman in the primary election, and went on to win the state election by a wide margin over Democratic nominee Edgar W. Smith.

Morse served as U. S. Senator from 1945 to 1969. After defecting from the Republican party in 1952, he sat in a chair in the middle of the Senate aisle to emphasize his independence. He joined the Democrats in 1955, and became an outspoken opponent of the Vietnam War. He was joined only by Alaskan Senator Ernest Gruening in voting against President Johnson's Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. His 24-year career in the U.S. Senate ended when Robert Packwood, a young Republican from Lake Oswego who called Morse's dissent reckless, defeated him in the 1968 election.

Morse's career was the subject of the film The Last Angry Man: The Story of America's Most Controversial Senator, produced by Christopher Houser and Robert Millis (Square Deal Productions, 1999).

Sources:

Morse for U. S. Senator Committee. "Facts About Wayne Morse." 1944.

Drukman, Mason. Wayne Morse: A Political Biography. Portland, Oregon: The Oregon Historical Society Press, 1997.

Content Description

The collection includes material from 1919 to 1969. However, the bulk of the collection consists of the Senatorial papers, 1944-1968.

In 1960, the Senator's staff adopted a new filing system, so that a particular subject may span different files. A researcher interested in a subject may need to consult several files to be certain of finding everything she wants. For example, an apparently distinct subject such as a political campaign cannot be studied by reference to the Campaign File alone; the speech file, radio and television, and general correspondence files should all be examined for pertinent material. However, the Index File is a nearly complete guide to all correspondents during the Senatorial years; a search for correspondence with specific persons is relatively uncomplicated.

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 includes sound recordings or moving images to which access is restricted. Access to these materials is governed by repository policy and may require the production of listening or viewing copies. Researchers requiring access must notify Special Collections & University Archives in advance and pay fees for reproduction services as necessary.

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 Manuscripts Librarian in 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], Wayne L. Morse papers, Coll 001, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

The collection is organized into the following series:

  • Series A. General Correspondence File, 1945-1960. A name and subject file of incoming and outgoing correspondence. After 1960 it was replaced by a subject file.
  • Series B. Subject File, 1961-1968. Incoming and outgoing correspondence; documents and publications, arranged by subject.
  • Series C. Academy File, 1946-1968. Applications, examination records, appointments to U. S. service academies.
  • Series D. Post Office File, 1945-1968. Correspondence, documents about post office in general, post masters, postal service.
  • Series E. Public Works File, 1955-1969. Bureau of Reclamation and Army Engineers projects: dams, flood control, irrigation, reclamation and navigation projects: correspondence.
  • Series F. Servicemen and Veterans File, 1945-1968. Correspondence on veterans' legislation, pensions, hospitals, and problems of specific veterans.
  • Series G. Oregon Office File, 1954-1968. Correspondence referred to Oregon office from Washington, D. C. or sent originally to Oregon office for action.
  • Series H. Bill File, 1945-1968. Bills introduced or cosponsored by Senator Morse. With correspondence and documents.
  • Series I. Legislative Correspondence File, 1947-1960. Senate and House bills not introduced or sponsored by Senator Morse; reports, hearings, correspondence.
  • Series J. Departmental Correspondence, 1946-1961. Correspondence with Federal departments and agencies about legislation, policies, aid to constituents.
  • Series K. Pressure mail, 1947-1968. Bulk mail, largely from organized letter-writing campaigns.
  • Series L. Robo File, 1954-1968. Bulk mail, with replies in robo-typed form letters.
  • Series M. Synopsis of Floor Work; Voting Records, 1945-1966. Daily records of action in Senate; Senator Morse's voting record in Senate.
  • Series N. Campaign Papers, 1944-1968. Correspondence, speeches, financial and other records of political campaigns of Senator Morse, and Morse on behalf of others.
  • Series O. Speech File, 1922-1968.
  • Series P. Articles and Statements File, 1945-1966. Magazine articles by and about Senator Morse; statements distributed for mass mailing or special purposes.
  • Series Q. Radio, Television and Motion Picture File, 1947-1968. Scripts, phono-records, tape recordings, television tapes, motion picture films.
  • Series R. Employment File, 1948-1968. Office personnel records; files on Federal jobs in Washington, D. C. and elsewhere.
  • Series S. Pre-Senate Correspondence, 1932-1943; Personal Correspondence, 1944-1951.
  • Series T. Committees, Commissions, Boards, 1930-1968. Records of official and semi-official appointments and obligations.
  • Series U. Index to Senatorial Files, 1945-1968.
  • Series V. Scrapbooks, 1919-1969.
  • Series W. Miscellaneous Records, 1946-1968. Appointment books; law course notes and lectures; horse records; mementos, photographs.
  • Addendum - July 1981
    • These bits and pieces of material were found after the main body of Wayne L. Morse Papers had been processed. It is not known whether this material somehow never got sorted into the major collection or if it was received after the main portion of the collection had been processed. This addendum largely consists of correspondence, La Follette research material, arbitration decisions, speeches, financial material, and mementos. The correspondence has been divided into personal and general, according to a previous processing decision. It is arranged alphabetically with the number of letters appearing in parentheses after the name. The speeches and financial material have been arranged chronologically. The last box contains oversize material including artifacts, ledgers, yearbooks of Mildred Morse and two scrapbooks. Original photographs have been removed to the Photograph Collection.
  • Addendum II - May 1984
    • These files comprising the second addendum to the Wayne L. Morse Papers were found unprocessed and out of place in the stacks. It is believed they were separated from the main collection of papers in the processing stage, but for an unknown reason were never included with that body of material. There is no records of them having been received separately. They consist of promotional material, press clippings and photographs (removed to the Photograph Collection) of the Foreign Relations Committee's Latin American Trip in 1959; invitations, both declined and accepted, arranged chronologically; and personal files.
  • Addendum III - October 1984
    • These files include correspondence from 1942-1943 and speeches from 1937-1947. Correspondents include Harold Ickes and Franklin Roosevelt, regarding the National War Labor Board. The four speeches are on various topics.
Additional Reference Guides :  

Inventory of the papers of Senator Wayne L. Morse, 1919-1969 / prepared by Martin Schmitt, curator of Special Collections, Eugene : University of Oregon Library, 1974 : Z6616.M88 O73 1974

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 A:  General correspondence file, 1945-1960

A name and subject file of incoming and outgoing correspondence. Includes reference and cross reference sheets. This file was discontinued in 1960 and replaced by a "Subject file," 1961-1968 (see Series B).

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 A-Az 1947-1951
2 A-Az 1952-1959
3 A-Az 1959-1960
3 Abrahamson, C. E. 1946-1958
3 Acheson, Dean [pressure mail] 1951-1952
3 Adams, Sherman [case of] 1951-1958
3 Adler, Leo 1949-1951
3 Aeronautics 1947-1949
3 Aeronautics, airports 1947
4 Africa 1957-1960
4 Agriculture 1947
4 Agriculture, appropriations 1960
4 Agriculture, labor 1945-1947
4 Air Academy, location 1950-1951
4 Air defense 1948-1950
4 Air Force 1951-1954
4 Air Force Reserve 1947
4 Air Force Reserve, Salem, Oregon 1948-1949
4 Air Line Pilots and Stewardesses Association 1958
4 Air line service to Hawaii 1946-1948
4 Aitchison, Bruce 1951
4 Alaska 1947-1960
4 Alaska highway 1947
4 Alaska housing 1950-1951
5 Albina Engine and Machine Works 1947
5 Alcatraz, treatment of prisoners 1948-1949
5 Alcohol, Springfield, Oregon plant 1945-1949
5 Alcohol in army camps 1950-1955
5 Aldrich, Edwin B. 1946-1950
5 Alexander, Paul J. 1956-1957
5 Alien property claims 1955-1960
5 Allen, C. H. 1945-1949
5 Allen, Edward W. 1948-1952
5 Allen, Jess H. 1948-1950
5 Allen, Niel 1945-1951
5 Allen, Robert S. 1954
5 Allen, S. Eugene 1945-1948
5 Alstock, Francis 1955-1958
5 Alumina clay plant, Salem, Oregon 1945-1949
5 Aluminum 1951-1958
5 Aluminum, Troutdale, Oregon plant 1946-1950
5 Aly, Bower 1959-1960
6 Armbruster, Howard W. 1946-1948
6 American Bar Association 1946-1957
6 American Civil Liberties Union 1952
6 American Council on Human Rights 1952
6 American Federation of Labor and C.I.O 1955-1961
6 American Federation of the Physically Handicapped, Inc 1950-1952
6 American Fliers in Hungary 1951-1952
6 American Institute of Pacific Relations 1951-1952
6 American Legion 1945-1960
6 American Medical Association 1945-1961
6 American Mercury 1946-1947
6 American Public Power Association 1953-1960
6 American University 1947
6 American Veterans Committee 1946-1952
6 Americans for Democratic Action 1948-1960
7 Anderson, Harold B. 1951-1952
7 Anderson, Ralph J. 1952-1956
7 Anderson, Robert H. 1951
7 Anderson, Ross 1946-1952
7 Anderson, Steve 1947-1956
7 Andrews, Roy C. 1951-1952
7 Angell, Homer 1946-1954
7 Anti-defamation League 1950
7 Anti-vivisection 1952-1961
7 Apple Growers Association, Hood River, Oregon 1945-1950
7 Applications 1954-1957
7 Arab states, rearmament 1950
7 Arbuckle, George L. 1945-1946
7 Argentina 1945-1947
7 Arlington Aeornautical School in Tillamook, Oregon 1952
7 Armed Forces and services 1954
7 Armed Forces day 1950-1952
7 Armstrong, Albert H. 1945-1946
7 Arnold, Melvin 1945-1951
7 Arrow Transportation Co 1947-1948
7 Associated Press 1954
7 Astoria Naval Hospital 1945-1946
7 Atomic bomb 1950-1954
7 Atomic energy bill (S.3690) 1954
8 Atomic energy, joint committee on (S.2239)
8 Autograph and photograph requests 1946-1960
8 Axley, Ralph E. 1945-1952
9 Bl 1947-By 1949 1947-1949
10 Ba 1950-By 1951-1952 1950-1952
11 Ba 1952-1953-By 1953-1954 1952-1954
12 Ba 1954-1955-Bes 1959-1960 1954-1960
13 Bl-By 1959-1960
13 Badley, Joy E. 1950-1951
13 Baker, Edward D. 1952
13 Ball, Dewey L. 1948-1952
13 Banfield, Harry M. 1949-1951
13 Barbey, Dan E. 1950-1952
13 Barden bill (H.R. 7160) 1950
13 Barkley, Alben W. 1951
13 Barton, George S. 1948-1952
13 Baxter, William E. 1949-1951
13 Beale Air Force Base 1952-1954
13 Beals, A. G. 1947-1949
13 Beaver Ammunition Storage Depot 1953
13 Becker, Howard 1950
13 Beggs, George 1945-1946
13 Benesch, Irving 1957
13 Benson, Donald L. 1947-1950
13 Benton, William 1950-1960
13 Bercovici, B. S. 1947-1954
13 Berg, William 1954-1958
13 Bergon, Florence S. 1947-1951
13 Berlin 1958-1959
14 Bernstein, Merton C. 1954-1960
14 Bigelow, James W. 1952
14 Billikopf, Jacob 1945-1950
14 Bishop, Mrs. Walter [Ruth Lipper] 1946-1948
14 Black, Eugene 1957
14 Blackford, W. A. 1945-1960
14 Bladine, Jack 1949-1950
14 Blind 1945-1947
14 Bloch, Ivan 1956-1959
14 Blonk, Hubert 1953-1954
14 Boehnke, Ed. G. 1950-1952
14 Bond, Jesse H. 1946
14 Bonds (U. S.) 1954-1960
14 Bone, Arthur H. 1947-1960
14 Bonneville Power Administration 1947-1950
14 Books received 1945-1950
15 Books reviewed 1951-1960
15 Bouslog, Harriet 1949
15 Jay Bowerman 1950-1951
15 Box car shortage 1946-1951
15 Boyd, Robert O. 1948-1951
15 Boylen, Ernest L. 1952
15 Bradshaw, Archie E. 1946-1952
15 Bramel, Walter 1955-1956
15 Brandenfels, Carl 1947-1956
15 Brandt, Philip M. 1945-1954
16 Brettauer, Alfred 1947-1951
16 Brewster, J. E. 1946-1947
16 Brigham, Leslie E. 1947-1949
16 Brod, Harry A. 1945-1947
16 Brookings Institution 1947-1948
16 Brooks, Charles W. 1957-1960
16 Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen 1948
16 Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen 1949-1956
16 Brown, Daniel II 1950-1952
16 Brown, George 1949-1950
16 Brown, James 1946-1958
16 Brown, McDannell 1948-1950
16 Brown, Mary E. 1945-1950
16 Bryan, Colvin 1947-1951
16 Budget, U. S. 1947-1950
16 Burlap shortage 1951
16 Burnett, Ben W. 1953-1957
16 Burnham Chemical Company 1960
17 Business Week 1946-1947
17 Butler, John D., Jr 1950-1954
17 Byrne, Charles D. 1945-1946
17 Ca 1947-Ch 1949
18 Cl 1949-Co 1951-1952
19 Cr 1951-1952-Cy 1953/1954
20 Ca 1954/1955-Cz 1957-1959
21 Ca-Cz 1959-1960
21 Cabinet appointments 1953, 1960
21 Cain, Harry P. 1950-1952
21 Cake, Ralph 1945-1951
21 California Oregon Power Company 1955-1959
21 Camp Adair, Oregon 1945-1956
21 Camp Watson, Oregon 1958-1960
21 Camp White, Oregon 1950-1959
21 Campaign support 1952-1953
21 Cancelled speeches 1955
21 Cancer 1954-1960
22 Capehart, Homer 1957-1959
22 Capital budgeting 1955-1961
22 Capital punishment 1956-1960
22 Capitol extension 1958-1960
22 Capper, Arthur 1946-1947
22 Capsin, Joseph 1947-1960
22 CARE 1945-1949
22 Carpenter, Charles E. 1945-1946
22 Carson, Joe 1946-1957
22 Cartoons 1952-1953, 1959-1960
22 Casey, John T. 1945-1950
22 Casselberry, Horace 1955-1957
22 Catching Slough log booms 1949-1950
22 Cement 1950
22 Census 1949-1950
22 Chafee, Zechariah 1951-1952
22 Chapman, C. C. 1946, 1952
22 Charlton, Grace 1955-1956
22 Chavez, Dennis 1953-1954
22 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal 1959
22 Chilberg, C. K. 1946-1950
22 China 1947-1960
22a China Lobby 1952
23 Christian, Malcolm H. 1957
23 Chrome 1948-1960
23 Church, R. R. 1949-1952
23 Churchill, John 1957-1961
23 Circuit Court of Appeals, 9th 1948-1949
23 Citizenship Committee, N. E. A. 1949-1956
23 Civil defense 1949-1956
23 Civil rights 1955-1960
24 Civil rights 1959-1960
24 Civil rights, Douglas letter 1957-1958
24 Civil rights, Little Rock, Arkansas 1957-1958
24 Civil Rights Commission 1957-1959
24 Civil service 1953-1954
24 Civil Service Commission 1946-1947
24 Civilian Production Administration 1946-1947
24 Clapp, Gordon 1947
24 Clark, Arthur M. 1955
24 Clark, Dan E. 1947-1952
24 Clark, Ned 1946-1951
24 Cloture 1952-1955
24 Coal 1950-1952
24 Coast Guard 1950
24 Coast Guard Reserve 1948-1950
24 Coast Guard security regulations 1951
24 Cochran, Clay 1948-1951
24 Cohn, Marcus 1949-1951
24 Cole, Hugh 1956-1960
24 Colliers 1949-1950
24 Collins, Harry J. 1947
24 Colombia, S. A., religious freedom 1956-1957
25 Columbia Basin Interagency Committee 1949-1950
25 Columbia Interstate Compact Commission 1954-1960
25 Columbia River Development Corporation 1954-1959
25 Columbia Valley Authority 1949-1953
25 Columbus Day 1959
25 Commendations 1947
25 Commissaries, military 1953-1954
25 Commission of Public Docks, Port of Portland, Oregon 1950-1951
25 Committee assignments 1948-1953, 1955-1957
25 Committee on the Present Danger 1950-1952
25 Communications stations, Oregon (C. A. A.) 1946-1957
25 Communism 1946-1960
25 Concentration camps for suspected subversives 1952
25 Conciliation 1947-1950
25 Conciliation Service, dismissal of employees 1946-1947
26 Conflict of interests 1955-1959
26 Congratulatory letters 1946-1955
26 Congress of Industrial Organizations 1949-1955
26 Congressional Record, corrections and insertions 1953-1960
26 Conservation 1955-1961
26 Consservation, soil and water research laboratory, Oregon 1953-1960
26 Continental Chemical Company, Salem, Oregon 1950-1951
26 Controls, price and rent 1953-1954
26 Cook, Mrs. O. D. 1952-1958
26 Coon, Sam 1957
26 Cooper, Forrest E. 1945-1952
26 Cooper, Genevieve 1951-1953
26 Cooper Lake hydroelectric project 1958-1959
26 Cooperatives 1947-1951
26 Coos Bay port dispute 1946
26 Copper 1950-1951
26 Cordon, Guy 1947-1955
26 Cornelison, Mrs. J. M. 1948-1951
26 Cornett, Marshall E. 1945-1947
26 Corrupt Practices Act 1953-1957
27 Council Against Communist Aggression 1952
27 Council on Foreign Relations 1959-1961
27 Couponing 1955
27 Courshon, Arthur 1958-1961
27 Cox, Herb 1945-1952, 1956-1958
27 Crab meat industry 1957-1960
27 Craget, Leo 1953-1957
27 Cranberries 1959-1960
27 Crank letters 1948-1949, 1959
27 Crater Lake National Park 1945-1946
27 Crawford and Doherty Foundry Company 1947-1948
27 Credit buereaus 1949
27 Criticism 1946-1951
27 Crockwell, J. D. M. 1945-1950
27 Cronise, Ralph 1945-1951
27 Crosby, Clyde 1957
27 Crow, C. C. 1945-1952
27 Cuba 1959-1961
27 Curry, James E. 1950-1951
27 Curry County Hospital Association 1950-1951
27 Curtis Lumber Company 1953-1955
27 Cyprus 1956-1959
28 Da 1947-Dl 1951/1952 1947-1952
29 Do 1951/1952-Do 1958/1959 1951-1959
30 Dalles (The) bridge construction 1952
30 Dana, Marshall N. 1946-1950
30 Danberg, Neil 1948-1951
30 Dann, Sol A. 1958
30 Dant, Charles E. 1945-1946
30 Dant, Thomas W. 1949
30 Davenport, Russell W. 1948-1950
30 Davidson, C. Girard 1947-1951
30 Davis, Harry F. 1949-1951
30 Davis, Loy L. 1946-1960
30 DDT sprays 1957
30 Deal, Clyde W. 1945-1950
30 Debt 1954
30 DeCicco, Mike 1955-1961
30 Decker, Fred 1956-1957
30 Defense 1951-1960
30 Defense Production Act 1956
30 Defense program 1958-1960
30 DeJonge (Dirk) case 1950
30 DeMent, Jack 1946-1947
30 Democratic Declaration 1956
30 Democratic Party 1955-1956
31 Democratic Party 1957-1960
31 Democratic Party, National Committee 1954-1960
31 Democratic Party, Oregon 1957-1960
31 Democratic Party, Oregon, committee lists 1956, 1960
31 Democratic Party, Oregon, Election laws committee 1957-1960
31 Democratic Party, Oregon, Sen. Morse's registration and affiliation 1954-1958
32 Democratic Party, Oregon, volunteers and committee lists 1956
32 Democratic Party, Oregon, Multnomah County 1957-1960
32 Democratic Party national convention 1956-1960
32 Democratic Party, special (change in registration) 1956-1957
32 Democratic Party leadership 1959
32 Denbo, George W. 1945-1949
32 Denfield, Louis 1949
32 de Normandie, R. E. 1945-1946
32 Dent, Howard 1952-1957
32 Department appointments 1953-1954
32 DeShazor, James 1957-1958
32 DeSilva, Joseph 1953-1958
32 Destruction of valuable army and navy equipment 1945-1946
32 Devlin, Charles H. 1950-1951
32 Dewey, Thomas E. 1948-1951
32 DeWuhs, Joe 1957-1958
32 Dexter, Mrs. Elliott 1948
32 Dezendorf, James C. 1948-1951
32 Dickey, Robert R. 1948-1951
32 Dickson, Earl L. 1946-1948
32 Dierdorff, Ross 1949
32 Dilliard, Irving 1950-1959
33 Dimick, Daniel R. 1947-1948
33 Dinosaur National Monument 1951-1952
33 Disabled American Veterans 1946-1950
33 Disarmament 1955-1960
33 Disaster areas and insurance 1955-1959
33 Displaced persons 1946-1957
33 Dixon-Yates contracts 1954-1957
33 Do ratings 1951-1952
33 Doc, Lil 1958-1959
33 Doctor letters 1948
33 Dodd, Norris E. 1952
33 Dodds, Austin 1945-1950
33 Donald, James T. 1945-1951
33 Douglas, Paul H. 1950-1960
33 Douglas, William O. 1958-1960
33 Douglas fir bark 1951
33 Draft 1950, 1955, 1959-1960
33 Duck-baiting 1955
33 Duke, Russell 1953
33 Dulles, John Foster 1956-1959
33 Dunne, Joe E. 1945-1952
33 Durham, Walter A. 1946-1949
34 Ea 1947-Ez 1955/1956 1947-1956
35 Ea 1956/1957-Ez 1959/1960 1956-1960
35 Earl, Stanley 1945-1952
35 Eastern Oregon Wheat League 1945-1948
35 Eastland, James O. 1956-1960
35 Eastland, James O. and "Southern Manifesto" 1956
35 Eaton, Cyrus 1958-1959
35 Eaton, Howard O. 1947-1948, 1951
35 EBASCO 1955-1956
35 Ebinger, John B. 1948-1951
35 Economy 1959-1960
35 Economy in government 1951-1952
35 Editorials 1956-1960
35 Education 1955-1960
36 Education, engineers and scientists 1957-1958
36 Education, Federal aid 1956-1960
36 Education, oil for 1957-1959
36 Educational exchange program 1955-1958
36 Edwards, Frank 1953-1954
36 Edwards, Jonathan 1950-1951
36 Efteland, Robert G. 1948-1951
36 Eggs 1956-1959
36 Ehrlich, Philip S. 1944-1952
36 Eisenhower, Dwight D. 1952-1961
36 Elections 1954, 1960-1961
37 Electoral college 1948-1952, 1960-1961
37 Eliel, Paul 1947-1949
37 Ellsworth, Harris 1945-1957
37 Emmons, Ralph 1950-1951
37 Energy Research Associates 1957
37 Enright, Thomas C. 1952-1954
37 Equal rights 1955-1961
37 Ernst, Morris 1958-1960
37 Ettel, Ralph 1951-1952
37 Eugene, Oregon Chamber of Commerce 1945-1946
37 Eugene Council on World Affairs 1947-1948
37 Eugene Fruit Growers Association 1945-1950
37 Eugene Register Guard 1951
37 European recovery 1948-1949
37 Ewauna Box Company 1945-1948
37 Export-Import Bank 1955-1961
37 Exports, general 1947-1954
37 Exports (by product) 1953-1960
38 Fa 1947-Fy 1951/1952 1947-1952
39 Fa 1952/1953-Fy 1958/1959 1952-1959
40 Fa-Fy 1959-1960
40 Fair trade 1956-1960
40 Fall Creek Lumber Company 1951
40 Family allowance 1950
40 Farm [agriculture] 1950-1960
41 Farm, Brannan Plan 1949
41 Farm, farm policy 1949
41 Farm, National Farm Labor Union 1949
41 Farm, National Farmers Relations Act 1946
41 Farm, price supports 1949-1960
41 Farm Security Administration 1945-1946
41 Farragut College 1946-1947
41 Farrell, Robert S. 1945-1948
41 "Fascism in Action" 1947
41 FBI investigation 1953
41 Federal Firearms Act 1957-1958
41 Federal Home Loan Banks 1946
41 Federal Housing Administration 1953
41 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services 1952-1954
41 Federal Power Commission 1946-1953
41 Federal power projects, Pacific Northwest 1952-1953
41 Federal Works Agency 1945-1946
41 Fertilizer 1946-1947
41 Field, James 1946-1950
41 Fifth Avenue Coach Company 1946-1947
41 Filberts 1957-1958
41 Filibuster speech 1947
41 Finley, Forrest E. 1946-1951
41 Fischer, Mrs. Robert M. 1945
41 Fisheries 1945-1950
42 Fisheries 1950-1960
42 Fitzgerald report 1953-1955
42 Flag 1955-1960
42 Flanders, Ralph E. 1954-1956
42 Flax 1945-1951
42 Flight training 1947-1951
42 Flood control 1956
42 Flood disasters 1955-1957
42 Flood disasters, Malheur County, Oregon 1957
42 Flour 1950-1951
42 Fluoridation 1955-1960
43 Food additives 1960
43 Food situation (food for Europe) 1946-1947
43 Foot and mouth disease 1947-1948
43 Foreign affairs 1947-1951
43 Foreign aid 1955-1960
43 Foreign decorations 1957-1960
43 Foreign policy 1951-1956
44 Foreign policy 1956-1960
44 Foreign relations 1957-1961
44 Foreign relations (Savara, Bhim) 1959-1961
44 Foreign relations, San Francisco Charter 1945
44 Foreign relations, San Francisco Charter 1945
44 Foreign relations, United National Organizations 1945-1957
44 Foreign relations, World Court 1946-1948
44 Foreign Relations Committee 1950-1951
44 Foreign service examinations 1947-1949
44 Foreign service positions 1954-1960
45 Foreign trade 1955-1959
45 Forest fires 1954-1957
45 Formosa 1949-1960
45 Formosa, Quemoy-Matsu policy 1958
45 Formosa, Oregon letters 1955
46 Forrestal, James 1949
46 Forrester, James W., Jr 1951-1956
46 Fort Sill expansion 1958-1959
46 Ft. Vancouver National Monument 1949-1953
46 Fowler, Charles H. 1947-1961
46 France 1958-1960
46 Franchere, Hoyt 1945-1953
46 Frank, Aaron M. 1945-1951
46 Frank, B. K. 1950-1951
46 Franks, Maurice 1945-1947
46 Freeman, Percy F. 1949-1951
46 French, Giles 1945-1950
46 Freund, Arthur J. 1945-1960
46 Friedman, Samuel 1947-1952
46 "Friends of Wayne Morse" 1954-1960
46 Frohnmayer, Otto J. 1950-1951
46 Fulbright Act 1954-1961
46 Fuller, Edgar 1949-1950
46 Fund for the Republic 1957-1958
46 Ga 1947-Gy 1948 1947-1948
47 Ga 1948/1949-Gl 1952/1953 1948-1953
48 Go 1952/1953-Gy 1958/1959 1952-1959
49 Ga-Gy 1959-1960
49 Gage, Lawrence E. 1950-1951
49 Gallagher, John H. 1947-1951
49 Gamble, Ted 1946
49 Gard, Jesse 1950-1952
49 Geddes, A. W. 1945-1947
49 General issues 1956-1957
49 Genocide convention 1951-1952
49 George, Leo E. 1945
49 Gerber, Joseph R. 1949-1950
49 Gerlinger, Mrs. George T. 1948-1952
49 German debt 1953-1955
49 Germany 1945-1958
49 Germer, Adolph 1945-1951
49 Getts, Clark H. 1945-1957
49 GI Bill 1955-1957
49 Gianini, Mildred 1947-1951
49 Gibbons, Phillip S., Jr 1945-1951
49 Gifts 1954-1960
50 Gilbert Brothers, Inc 1953
50 Gill, Howard 1945-1950
50 Gillis, George 1944-1951
50 Gilman, Rex 1954-1956
50 Gilmore, Roy 1950-1951
50 Girard case (William Girard) 1957
50 Godfrey, George 1947-1952
50 Gold 1956-1961
50 Golding, Bernard 1954-1955
50 Goldsmith, Arthur J. 1945-1954
50 Goldsmith, Barnett H. 1952-1953
50 Goldy, Dan 1957-1961
50 Gordon, Theodore H. 1945-1951
50 Government contracts 1951-1958
51 Government contracts 1959-1961
51 Government expenditures 1951
51 Graham, Frank 1947-1951
51 Grain storage 1948-1954
51 Grant, Elmira O. 1953
51 Grant, W. Cape 1958-1961
51 Gravelle, L. A. 1950
51 Great Decisions programs 1958-1960
51 Greece 1947-1950
51 Green, B. A. 1944-1960
51 Green, Edith 1954-1960
51 Grey, Ben 1959-1961
51 Grey, Herb 1949-1951
51 Greyhound Bus problem 1952
51 Grondahl, Mrs. Hilmer 1948
52 Gross, Arthur J. 1954-1955
52 Gross, Bertram M. 1945-1951
52 Ground observer program 1952
52 Ha 1947-H 1949 1947-1949
53 Ho 1949-Hey 1951/1952 1949-1952
54 Hl 1951/1952-Hy 1953/1954 1951-1954
55 Ha 1954/1955-Hy 1959/1960 1954-1960
56 Hagenstein, W. D. 1957-1958
56 Haines, Frank E. 1946-1948
56 Haiti 1955-1959
56 Halbert, Howard C. 1951
56 Hall, John H. 1947-1948
56 Hallock, Ted 1957-1959
56 Hamblin, L. L. 1957-1960
56 Hammersley, Robert L. 1951
56 Hammett, Mark J. 1955
56 Hand, Learned 1962
56 Hanzen, Henry M. 1947-1957
56 Harbour, W. E. L. 1946-1954
56 Harpham, Everett 1945-1951
56 Harriman, Averell 1955-1958
56 Harris, Joseph P. 1945-1949
56 Harris, Richmond 1947-1948
56 Harris, W. L. 1958
56 Hart, Charles A. 1945-1949
56 Hart, Hornall 1951
56 Harvey Aluminum 1955-1959
56 Haseltine, Mr. and Mrs. William A. 1945-1950
56 Hatch Act 1955-1957
56 Hatfield, Mark O. 1954-1960
56 Hatfield, Mark O., court incident 1958-1960
56 Hatfield, Mark, delegation meeting 1958
56 Haveman, Elma D. 1945-1946
56 Hawaii 1953-1960
56 Hayek, Henry 1957-1958
56 Heacock, Amos 1950-1959
56 Health insurance 1960-1961
56 Health legislation 1950-1959
56 Heath, Winifred 1957-1960
56 Hells Canyon bridge 1950-1956
56 Hennessey, Roy 1955-1956
57 Henzel, Dick 1946-1951
57 Hermiston hospital project 1952-1954
57 Hester, Hugh 1957-1960
57 Hetzel, Frederick C. 1946-1951
57 Highway safety 1956-1959
57 Highway trust fund 1959
57 Highways 1954-1960
57 Highways, Athena-Weston, Oregon 1960
57 Hill, Lister 1953-1956
57 Hill, Margaret T. 1945-1947
57 Hitchcock, Philip 1947-1956
57 Hollis, Orlando J. 1945-1954
57 Hollis, Russell 1950-1951
57 Holman, Rufus 1946-1960
57 Holmer, A. Freeman 1951
57 Holmes, Dean E. 1954
57 Holmes, Robert D. 1956-1958
57 Holmes, Robert D., appointments 1957-1959
57 Homesteading 1955
57 Hooper, Mark, Jr 1951
57 Hoover, Herbert C., speech 1950-1951
57 Hoover, J. Edgar 1950
57 Hoover Commission 1958-1959
58 Hoover Commission report 1948-1952
58 Hope, Charles W. 1945-1947
58 Hope airport, Arkansas 1953
58 Hops 1945-1950
58 Hornich, Harrison P. 1952
58 Horses to Hungary 1948-1952
58 Hospital construction program in Oregon 1950-1952
58 "Hounsell Bill" 1953
58 Housing 1950-1960
59 Housing (by project) 1945-1952
59 Housing, appropriation cut 1951-1953
59 Housing, defense areas 1951-1952
59 Housing, low cost housing 1945-1948
59 Housing, rent 1947-1952
59 Housing, rent, commercial 1951
59 Housing, slum clearance 1949
59 Housing, veterans 1945-1948
59 Hoyt, Palmer 1945-1957
59 Hudson, Manley O. 1945-1947
59 Huey, Lowery 1949-1952
59 Hughes, Willis B. 1944-1951
59 Hume, Richard 1945-1950
59 Humphrey, Hubert 1949-1960
59 Humphrey, Tom 1949-1954
59 Hungary 1956-1960
59 Hunt, Isaac 1945
59 Hunter, Frederick 1945-1951
59 Hussa, L. R. 1945-1953
59 Hydrogen bomb 1950
60 I 1947-1961
60 Ice cream cases 1955
60 Illidge cases (Oregon District Court) 1949
60 Immigration 1954-1960
60 Imports 1948-1954
61 Inauguration 1961
61 Independent Party Committee 1953-1954
61 India 1952-1958
61 India, aid to 1957-1958
61 Indian Law Review 1950
61 Indochina 1954
61 Indonesia 1948-1950
61 Inflation 1946-1960
61 Ingalls, C. E. 1947
61 Ingham, Charles W. 1949
61 Inland Empire Waterways Association 1949-1954
61 Institute of International Education 1949
61 Insurance 1958
61 Interest rates 1958-1960
61 Intergovernmental Relations Commission 1955
61 International Association of Machinists 1955-1958
61 International Labor Conference, Geneva 1952
61 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union 1947-1960
61 International Wheat Agreement 1948-1949
61 International Woodworkers of America 1946-1960
61 Invitations 1947
62 Invitations 1947-1953
63 Invitations 1953-1957
64 Invitations 1958-1960
65 Invitations 1960
65 Iran 1954-1958
65 Ireland, L. A. 1948-1951
65 Iron Fireman Manufacturing Company 1950-1951
65 Irving, C. L. 1949-1951
65 Israel 1953-1960
65 Israel bond drive 1953-1959
65 Italy 1946-1950
65 Italy, Protestant ministers 1957
65 Ives, Irving 1954, 1958
65 J 1947-1951/1952
66 J 1952/1953-1960
66 Jackson, Gardner 1955-1956
66 Jackson, Glenn 1950-1953
66 Jacobson, Roy 1945-1949
67 Japan 1950-1960
67 Jaqua, Ernest J. 1950-1960
67 Javits, J. K. 1946-1951
67 Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Association 1957-1960
67 Jenney, W. H. 1945-1951
67 Jensen, John 1951
67 Jensen, Vernon H. 1945-1952
67 "JESSI" program 1957-1959
67 Jessup, Phillip C. 1951-1952
67 Jewish affairs 1945-1950
67 Johnson, Collis 1950-1951
67 Johnson, Lucina E. C. 1954-1960
67 Johnson, Lyndon B. 1953-1960
67 Johnson, William H. E. 1947
67 Jones, E. Stanley 1945
67 Jones, John Walker 1949-1951
67 Jones, Robert L. 1948-1951
67 Jones, Ronald E. 1948-1951
67 Jordan, Robert 1958-1960
67 Journal poll 1952
67 Judgeships (U. S. and Oregon) 1955
67 Juvenile delinquency 1954-1959
68 K 1947-1952/1953
69 K 1953/1954-1959/1960
69 Kaiser, Henry 1955-1957
69 Kane, Hildur 1957-1959
69 Karlson, Emil 1950-1951
69 Katyn Forest massacre 1952
69 Keefe, Arthur J. 1948-1952
69 Kefauver, Estes 1951, 1954-1960
69 Kefauver crime investigation 1951
69 Kell, Ray 1949-1950
69 Kellogg Park property disposal 1956-1957
69 Kellogg Park site 1955-1956
70 Kelly, Edward C. and Mrs. Kelly 1955-1956
70 Kennedy, John F. 1957-1960
70 Ketell, Herbert 1955
70 Ketell, Construction Company 1951, 1957-1960
70 Keyser, Andrew E. 1952-1953
70 Kruschev, Nikita, visit to U. S. 1959-1960
70 Kilkenny, John F. 1951
70 Killam, Graham 1951
70 King, C. Harold 1951-1960
70 Kingwell, E. G. 1948-1950
70 Kinzua dam project, Pennsylvania 1960
70 Kizer, Benjamin 1947-1951
70 Klamon, Charles 1947
70 Klein, Alexander 1949-1951
70 Klein, Julius 1951-1957
70 Klemme, Marvin 1945-1951
70 Kline, Caryl 1958-1959
70 Knowland, William F. 1958
71 Kohlberg, Alfred 1956-1958
71 Kohler, George 1953-1954
71 Koje, George 1952
71 Korea 1948-1961
71 Korean War issue 1953-1954
71 La 1947-Ly 1949/1950 1947-1950
72 La 1950/1951-Lev 1953/1954 1950-1954
72 Lew 1953/1954-Ly 1959/1960 1953-1960
73 Labor 1949-1958
74 Labor 1959-1960
74 Labor, newspapers 1954-1959
74 Labor, right-to-work 1955-1959
74 Labor law 1959-1960
74 Labor's Daily, Inc 1953-1960
74 Labor's League for Political Education 1949-1954
74 Lackland Air Force Base, Texas 1951
74 Lafferty, A. W. 1951-1959
74 Laird, Eugene 1950-1951
74 Lambie, Kenneth E. 1945-1948
74 Lamont (Corliss) case 1957
74 Land, acquisition 1948-1950
74 Land grants, Federal 1949-1954
75 Lands 1952-1959
75 Landsburg, Frank E. 1953-1958
75 Langer, William 1954-1959
75 Langman, James D. 1948-1950
75 Lapham, Roger 1945-1950
75 Larson, D. T. 1948-1951
75 Latin America 1957
75 Laursen, Earl 1959-1960
75 Lawrence, David 1950-1959
75 Lawrence, William H. 1945
75 Lay, Edward 1956-1959
75 Lay, Edward H. and Son, Company 1950-1952
75 Lazarus, Herman 1951-1953
75 League for the American Home, Inc 1950-1952
75 League of Women Voters 1945-1959
75 Lee, Dorothy McC 1946-1952
75 Lee, Jason 1946-1960
75 Lee, Myrtle E. 1945-1948
76 Leedy, Robert A. 1951-1952
76 Lefebvre, Leon N. 1945-1950
76 Lehman, Herbert 1954-1960
76 Leiserson, William M. 1947-1949
76 Leter, Robert E. 1947
76 Letters to the editor 1953-1960
76 Levin, Jack 1953
76 Lewis, Fulton, Jr 1947-1948
76 Lewis, Jean 1956-1959
76 Lewis and Clark 1957-1958
76 Liberal Digest and Liberal Party 1954-1959
76 Library of Congress 1948-1960
77 Lie detector 1952-1954
77 Lind, Herman 1945-1952
77 Lindsay, George 1952-1954
77 Linfield Research Institute 1957
77 Linseed oil (Paraffine Company, Inc.) 1945-1947
77 Liquor advertising 1951-1952
77 Littell, Norman M. 1949-1952
77 Littler, Robert 1946
77 Lizt, Herbert 1957-1960
77 Lobbying 1953-1957
77 Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr 1948-1953
77 Loeb, Alfred A. 1945-1949
77 Long, Russell 1952-1955
77 Long-Bell Lumber Company 1957
77 Lorence, Howard C. 1952
77 Low income annuities 1946
77 Loyalty Act 1947-1949
77 Lubersky, William F. 1945-1955
77 Lucas, Robert W. 1945-1949
77 Lueddemann, Hillman 1948-1954
77 Luke, Tommy 1950-1954
77 Lumber 1945-1961
77 Luoma, George 1945-1949
77 Lush, William 1945-1952
77 Lusk, Hall 1960
77 Lytle, Robert D. 1952
78 Ma 1947-My 1948/1949 1947-1949
79 Ma 1949/1950-Maz 1951/1952 1947-1949
80 McA 1951/1952-Maz 1953/1954 1951-1954
81 McA 1953/1954-Mu 1957 1951-1954
82 Ma 1958-My 1960 1958-1960
82 MacArthur issue 1951-1952
82 Machine tools 1950-1951
82 MacKenzie, Vic 1948-1952
82 Magnuson, Paul B. 1951
82 Magnuson, Warren G. 1959-1961
82 Mail (effect on Senator's position) 1951
82 Mailing list 1947-1961
82 Malmedy case 1949
82 Malone, George W. 1954-1955
82 Maps 1945-1956
83 Marr, James T. 1945-1954, 1959
83 Marshall (U. S., District of Oregon) 1960-1961
83 Marshall, George C. 1950-1954
83 Marshall Plan 1947-1951
83 Martens, R. J. 1948-1951
83 Martin, Joseph 1946
83 Martin, Mrs. Ralph 1946-1951, 1953
83 Maslow, Will 1946-1951
83 Mater, Dan H. 1947
83 May, Walter W. R. 1945-1960
83 Mayers, Laurence S. 1952-1953
83 Mayne, Jack 1947-1951
83 McCall's article (social security) 1950
83 McCarran, Pat 1952
83 McCarran-Walters Act 1956
83 McColloch, Claude 1948
83 McCarthy, Joseph 1952-1952
83 McCarthy investigations and McCarthyism 1953-1957
83 McCormick (R. R.) issue 1951
84 McGirr, Don 1949-1952
84 McGowan, Fred C. 1945-1951
84 McGuiness, Charles D. 1950-1951
84 McKay, Douglas (Governor) 1949-1953
84 McKay, Douglas (Secretary of the Interior and candidate) 1953-1957
84 McKee, Frederick C. 1948-1952
84 McKinley, C. L. 1950-1951
84 McMahon, Brian 1951-1952
84 McNary, Charles 1954-1955
84 McNary (dam) development 1950-1951
84 McNary townsite 1955-1959
84 Medical care for the aged 1960
84 Medical officers 1949
84 Medical program 1950
84 Medical school grants 1950-1951
84 Medical social work 1955
84 Mental health 1955-1958
85 Merchant Marine 1948-1959
85 "Mercy flights" 1956
85 Metschan, phil 1945-1951
85 Metzger, A. W. 1946-1952
85 Mexico 1950-1952, 1957-1960
85 Meyer, Ruth 1944-1948
85 Meyerhoff, Howard A. 1945-1951
85 Middle East 1955-1958
86 Middle East 1959-1960
86 Middle East, Israel 1957
86 Middle East, Lebanon 1958
86 Military aid to Europe 1949
86 Military cargoes 1956-1958
86 Military justice code 1955
86 Miller, Arthur C. 1945-1949
86 Miller, Julius 1957
86 Miller, Orville R. 1946-1948
86 Miller, Robert S. 1946-1961
86 Miller, Vernon X. 1949
86 Milliken, Eugene D. 1948-1952
86 Minimum wage 1955-1960
86 Minerals 1955-1957
86 Miners (safety) 1947
86 Mining 1945-1947
86 Minority Policy Committee 1950-1952
86 Missiles 1957-1960
86 Mock conventions 1948, 1952
86 Modern Hospital Publishing Company 1948-1951
86 Moiselle, William 1945-1949
86 Monopoly 1954-1957
86 Moore, A. Russell 1945-1954
86 Moral Rearmament 1951-1952
86 Morehouse, Betty Ann 1948-1951
86 Moreland, William D. 1948-1953
86 Morgan, Edward P. 1952-1955
86 Morisette, Vic 1957
86 Morse, Wayne L., general 1956-1961
87 Morse, Wayne L., letters opposing, 1953-1960
87 Morse, Wayne L., general stand, Oregon and out-of-state, 1953-1955
88 Morse, Wayne L., general stand, Oregon and out-of-state, 1955-1960
88 Morse, Wayne L., favorable letters, awards, etc., 1956-1960
88 Morse, Wayne L., Independent Party reports, 1953-1954
88 Morse, Wayne L., Legislative proposals, 1958-1960
88 Morse, Wayne L., Morse-Neuberger relations, 1957-1960
89 Morse, Wayne L., Morse-Neuberger relations (Allen column correspondence leak), 1958-1959
89 Morse, Wayne L., Morse-Neuberger relations (Lillie Moore property), 1958
89 Morse, Wayne L., Morse-Porter (Cuba), 1959
89 Morse, Wayne L., Senate seating, 1953
89 Morse, Wayne L., thesis biography of 1957-1960
89 Morse clubs and Morse for President, 1953-1960
89 Morse Formula, 1953-1959
89 Moxness, Ron, 1954-1960
89 Munich Institute for American Studies, 1948-1951
89 Munro, Walter, 1945-1951
89 Murphy, Charles W., 1952-1953
89 Myers, Clay, 1953
89 Myers, George L., 1948-1951
89 Mountain Home Air Force Base, 1954
89 Murray, James E., 1951-1960
89 Mutual Security Act, 1955-1959
90 Na 1947 - Ny 1951/1952
91 Na 1952/1953 - Ny 1958
92 Na-Ny, 1959/1960
92 Narcotics, 1951-1959
92 Natick Research Laboratory, 1952
92 Nation magazine, 1949-1959
92 National Academy of Arbitrators, 1947-1954
92 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1954-1961
92 National cemetery, Portland, Ore., 1948-1951
92 National Conference on Citizenship, 1957-1958
92 National debt, 1954-1960
92 National Farmers Union, 1953-1960
92 National Federation of Independent Businesses, 1955-1960
92 National Federation of Telephone Workers, 1946-1947
92 National Grange, 1945-1952
92 National Guard, 1950-1960
92 National Labor Relations Board cases, 1949-1951
93 National Labor. Relations Board cases. Hearing examiners, 1949
93 National Labor Relations Board. International Typographical Union, 1950-1951
93 National Probation and Parole Association, 1947-1952
93 National Production Authority, 1951-1953
93 National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, 1957-1960
93 National Science Foundation, 1956-1959
93 National security, 1948
93 National Service Life Insurance, 1949-1951
93 Natural gas, 1955-1958
93 Natural Gas Act, 1954-1955
94 Natural resources, 1953-1954
94 Natural resources, power policy, 1953-1961
94 Naval Reserve Unit, 1947-1949
94 Neely, Matthew, 1950-1952
94 Negroes, 1945-1953
95 Nelson, Lyle M., 1945-1953
95 Nepotism, 1959
95 Nesmith, Linn W., 1946-1956
95 Neuberger, Maurine, 1960-1961
95 Neuberger, Richard L., 1945-1960
95 New Republic magazine, 1945-1949
96 Newberry, Charles, 1959-1960
96 Newbry, Earl T., 1947-1952
96 Newburn, Harry K., 1945-1953
96 Newhouse, Samuel, 1950-1953, 1960
96 News photographs, 1946
96 Newsprint, 1947
96 Nichols, Eugene F., 1949-1950
96 Nickel, 1956-1958
96 Niedermeyer, Martin, Co., 1949-1960
96 Nixon, Richard M., 1952-1960
96 Noble, George B., 1945-1951
96 Noehren, Walter A., 1947-1948
96 Nominations, general, 1955-1961
97 Nominations, Herter, Christian, 1959
97 Nominations, Kuykendall, Jerome K., 1957
97 Nominations, Luce, Clare B., 1959 (see also Pressure Mail file)
97 Nominations, Merchant, Livingston, 1960
97 Nominations, Strauss, Lewis, 1959 (see also Pressure Mail file)
97 Norblad, Walter, 1945-1951, 1958-1960
97 North Atlantic Pact, 1949
97 North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1954-1960
98 North Bend Naval Auxiliary Air Station, 1945-1946
98 Northwest Broadcasting School, Portland, Ore., 1951-1954
98 Northwest development, 1946-1947
98 Northwest Electrodevelopment Laboratory, 1945-1946
98 Northwest Public Power Association, 1953-1959
98 Norwood, Gus, 1954-1955
98 Novik, M. S., 1952-1958
98 Nuclear tests, 1956-1960
98 Nuts and nut growers, 1946-1955
99 O 1947-1960
100 Oatis (William) case, 1951
100 O'Brien, Clifford D., 1945-1951
100 Obscene literature, 1959-1960
100 Office and office applications, 1948-1960 (See also Employment File)
100 Office of Price Stabilization, 1951-1952
101 Office of Price Stabilization, 1952-1953
101 Oil, 1957-1961
101 Oil from coal (Kerrick process), 1950
101 O'Keane, James J., 1951-1953
101 Olds, Leland, 1949-1955
101 Oliver, Harry O., 1945-1946
101 Olssen, H. Michele, 1947-1951
101 Onthank, Karl W., 1945-1951
101 Opler, Marvin K. 1951
101 Oregon, general, 1947-1949
102 Oregon, general, 1959-1960
102 Oregon, state organizations, 1946-1960
102 Oregon Air Caravan, 1949
102 Oregon bankruptcies, 1954
102 Oregon campaign, 1954
102 Oregon Caves National Monument, 1951-1952
102 Oregon centennial, 1959
102 Oregon City Enterprise, 1946
102 Oregon civil defense program, 1952-1954
102 Oregon Correctional Institute, 1958
102 Oregon delegation breakfast, 1957-1959
103 Oregon Democrat magazine, 1957-1959
103 Oregon economy, 1957-1958
103 Oregon election returns, 1956-1960
103 Oregon Electric Consumers Council, 1957-1958
103 Oregon Farm Bureau Federation, 1946-1951
103 Oregon industry, 1957-1959
103 Oregon Journal (Dean Collins), 1945-1948
103 Oregon Labor Press, 1951-1953
103 Oregon memorials, 1949
103 Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, 1958
103 Oregon Mushroom Co., 1946-1947
103 Oregon Newsletter, 1953-1961
103 Oregon Physicians Service, 1947-1950
103 Oregon politics, 1957-1958
103 Oregon Polytechnic Institute, 1950-1951
103 Oregon power development initiative, 1957-1958
103 Oregon primaries, 1956
104 Oregon primaries, 1960
104 Oregon Prison Association, 1945-1951
104 Oregon Republican clubs, 1945-1951
104 Oregon sales tax, 1948
104 Oregon Spectator, 1959-1960
104 Oregon State Commission for the Blind, 1957-1958
104 Oregon State Department of Planning and Development, 1958
104 Oregon State Fish and Game Commission, 1958-1961
104 Oregon State Grange, 1946-1952
104 Oregon State Highway Commission, 1952-1960
104 Oregon State laws and legislation, 1947, 1957-1961
104 Oregon State Public Welfare Commission, 1960
104 Oregon State Tax Commission, 1957, 1960
104 Oregon State veterans bonus, 1950-1958
104 Oregon State Water Resources Board, 1958-1959
104 Oregon trips, 1955
105 Oregon trips, 1955-1959
105 Oregon Voter magazine, 1945-1951
105 Oregon Voters Pamphlet, 1956-1960
105 Oregon war casualties, 1946
105 Oregon Wheat Commission, 1960
105 Oregon Wheat Growers League, 1954-1959
105 Oregon Wool Growers Association, 1954-1960
105 Oregonian, 1946-1948, 1955-1960
105 Orion Shipping and Trading Co., 1953
105 Orphans, 1960-1961
105 Oswald, Harry A., 1945-1951
105 Overmeyer, Philip H., 1953-1954
105 Owen, George E., 1951-1952
105 Owen, Roy F., 1947-1950
105 Oyster seed, 1945-1946
105 Oysters, 1945-1948
105 P 1947
106 Pa 1948-Ph 1951/1952
107 Pt 1951/1952-Pe 1955-1958
108 Ph 1955-1958-Py 1959/1960
108 Pacific Northwest power, 1953-1966
108 Pacific Northwest Trade Association, 1947-1949
108 Pacific Northwest unemployment, 1953-1955
108 Pacific Power and Light Co., 1950, 1954
108 Pacific University, 1949-1957
109 Pacific University, 1958-1961
109 Pageant magazine, 1951
109 Palestine, 1947-1948
109 Panama Canal, 1955-1961
109 Panama Canal tolls, 1949-1950
109 Paris, Mrs. N. A., 1951-1952
109 Parkhurst, George C., 1950
109 Parmer, Charles, 1950-1951
109 Parrish, Phil, 1945-1952
109 "Partnership", 1954-1957
109 Patent attorneys, 1946-1949
109 Patents, 1948-1955
109 Patrick, C. C., 1949-1954
109 Patronage jobs, 1946-1961
109 Pauling, Linus, 1960
109 Paulson, George, 1947-1951
109 Peace proposals for Asia, 1951
109 Pears, 1949-1951
109 Pearson, Drew, 1946-1959
109 Pearson, Leon, 1947
109 Pensions, old age, 1950
109 Pepper, Claude, 1946-1949
109 Perkins, Constantine N., 1946
109 Perlite, 1949-1951
109 Perlman, Selig, 1945-1959
110 Peterson, Ivar, 1947
110 Phelps, Harley J., 1945-1948
110 Philippines, 1953-1956
110 Pi Kappa Alpha, 1945-1949
110 Pittwood, Edward, 1949-1951
110 Plummer, Norman B., 1950
110 Plywood, 1946-1960
110 Point Four Program, 1951-1956
110 Policy letters, 1945-1954
110 Polish horses, 1948-1949
110 Political file, 1946-1949, 1958-1959
110 Poll by 52 political scientists, 1952
110 Polycultural Institution of America, 1950-1952
110 Port Hueneme, 1947
110 Port of Astoria, 1955-1957
110 Port of Portland, 1945-1947
110 Port of Umatilla, 1958-1960
110 Porter, Charles O., 1945-1960
110 Portland, general, 1945-1952
111 Portland, general, 1953-1960
111 Portland Chamber of Commerce, 1946-1954
111 Portland dry dock, 1946
111 Portland Gas and Coke Co., 1946
111 Portland General Electric Co., 1949-1959
111 Portland Home Builders Association, Inc., 1945-1947
111 Portland Labor-Management Committee, 1949-1952
111 Portland labor surplus area, 1958
111 Portland newspaper strike, 1960
111 Portland regional office (Federal), 1951
111 Portland Reporter, 1960
111 Post office pay raise, 1957-1958
111 Post-war World Council, 1949-1950
111 Potatoes, 1946-1960
112 Potter, Charles, 1955-1957
112 Poultry, 1947-1959
112 Power, general, 1955-1960
112 Power, advertising, 1957-1960
112 Power, Pacific Northwest Utilities Conference Committee, 1949
112 Power, State Power Agency, 1958-1960
112 Presidential candidates, 1959-1960
112 Presidential poll, Oregon, 1952
112 Presidential primaries, 1948-1953
112 Presidential primaries, 1956
112 Presidential primaries, 1960
113 Presidential primaries, 1960
113 President's. Highway Safety Conference, 1949-1952
113 Press, general, 1957-1960
113 Press, reporting, 1953, 1957-1960
113 Press releases, 1949-1954
114 Press releases, 1955-1962
115 Pressmen's Union, 1949-1950
115 Priaulx, Arthur W., 1945-1948
115 Price, Ernest B., 1945-1950
115 Price, W. E., 1951-1952
115 Price control, 1947-1953
115 Progressive magazine, 1958-1960
115 Proxmire, William, 1957-1959
115 Prunes, 1948-1951
115 Public Affairs Institute, 1947-1958
115 Public Utility Districts, 1955-1957
115 Public Works (Post offices), 1958
115 Puerto Rico, constitution, 1952
115 Purcell, Tom, 1945-1950
115 Puustinen, W. William, 1948-1950
115 Q 1947-1960
115 Ra-Ry 1947
116 Ra 1948/1949-Ry 1951/1952
117 Ra 1952/1953-Ri 1958/1959
118 Ro 1958/1959-Ry 1959/1960
118 Rab, Fordham, 1951-1960
118 Radio and television, general, 1946-1958
118 Radio and television, equal time question, 1956
118 Radio and television, Portland, 1950-1954
118 Radio broadcasts, Morse, 1954-1957
119 119 Radio broadcasts, Morse, 1958-1960
119 Radio stations and television stations, KERG-KOIN, 1946-1960
120 120 Radio stations and television stations, KORE-WCFM, 1946-1960
120 Rae, John M., 1949-1954
120 Railroad box car shortage, 1955-1956
120 Railroad dispute, 1951-1952
120 Railroad retirement, 1951-1952
121 121 Railroad retirement, 1952-1954
121 Railroad strike, 1947-1948
121 Railroad strike, 1950-1951
121 Railroad Mail Association, 1948-1949
121 Rainier, Ore. (Columbia River dredging), 1955-1956
121 Rand, Dewey, 1952-1955
121 Rarig, Frank, 1959-1960
121 Rarig, Fritz, 1959
121 Rawson, Fred P., 1952-1960
121 Raymond, Paul E., 1945-1951
121 Readers Digest article on C.V.A., 1950-1951
121 Recession, 1958
121 Reciprocal trade, 1958
122 Recommendations, 1947-1952
122 Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1952-1953
122 Record of Senator Morse, 1946-1950
122 Red China, 1957-1960
122 Redmond, Ore., 1947-1948
122 Reece, Carroll, 1947-1948
122 Reed, Martin, 1958-1959
122 Regulation no. 1, 7, 22, W, X 1950-1952
122 Remount Service, 1948-1949
122 Reorganization Bill, 1947-1948
122 Reorganization plan, Production and Marketing Administration, 1946-1947
122 Reprints, 1951-1960
122 Republican Advance, 1950
122 Republican campaign, 1948
122 Republican conference, 1944-1951
122 Republican Forum, 1946-1948
122 Republican Minority Committee, 1946-1949
122 Republican Party, general, 1946-1949
123 Republican Party, general, 1949-1959
123 Republican Party, "Minnesota letter", 1946
123 Republican Party, National Committee and State Committee, 1945-1952
123 Republican platform, 1952
123 Republican Policy Committee, 1947-1949
123 Republican roster, Oregon, 1948
123 Republican Steering Committee, 1946
123 Republican workshop, 1946
123 Reserve Officers Magazine, 1948
123 Reserve Officers Training Corps, 1951
123 Reservists, 1950-1953
123 Retirement systems, 1955-1957
123 Reynolds, Ruth, 1951-1952
123 Rheinstein, Max, 1949
123 Richards, Charles H., 1946-1950
124 Richardson, C. T., 1946-1952
124 Rilea, Thomas, 1945-1952
124 Riley, Earl, 1946-1949
124 Rinke, Kenneth, 1954-1956
124 Rivers and harbors, general, 1950-1956
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124 Albeni Falls, 1956
124 Amazon Creek, 1946-1955
124 Astoria boat harbor, 1945-1952
124 Beaver Creek, 1955
124 Columbia River and basin, 1953-1956
124 Coos Bay and Charleston, 1945-1951
124 Coquille, 1947-1955
124 Crescent City, 1950-1952
124 Darling Island, 1952
124 Depoe Bay, 1946-1955
124 Deschutes River, 1949-1956
124 Echo Park dam, 1953-1954
124 Grand Coulee dam, 1949
124 Grande Ronde River, 1945-1952
125 Hells Canyon (Snake River), 1952
125 Heppner flood control (Willow Creek), 1950
125 Howard Prairie dam, 1954
125 Ice Harbor dam (Snake River), 1949-1957
125 John Day dam (Columbia River), 1948-1955
125 Johnson Creek, 1946-1955
125 McNary dam (Columbia River), 1953-1954
125 Missouri basin, 1955
125 Oregon Slough, 1951-1956
125 Rogue River dam, 1945-1956
125 Sacramento River, 1953-1954
125 St. Anthony Falls, 1956
125 St. Lawrence waterway, 1945-1956
126 Siuslaw River, 1945-1956
126 Skipanon River, 1945-1956
126 Snake River, 1952-1955
126 South Slough (Charleston), 1947-1953
126 Tillamook Bay and Bayocean, 1945-1955
126 Tualatin River, 1945-1955
126 Tuttle Creek dam, 1955
126 Umatilla River (Echo), 1950-1955
126 Vanport disaster (Columbia River), 1948
126 Willamette River, 1952-1956
126 Yamhill River, 1953-1954
127 Yaquina Bay, 1952-1955
127 Roads, highways and bridges, 1947-1955 (Also a file by highway: Agnes to Yachats River road)
127 Roberts, Harold S., 1949-1952
127 Roberts, Owen J., 1950-1951
127 Robinson, David, 1949-1954
127 Robinson, Charles W., 1945-1947
127 Robnett, Ronald H., 1945-1951
127 Rochester, George W., 1956-1960
127 Rodman, James A., 1947-1948
127 Rogers, John J., 1952
127 Roseburg, Ore., disaster, 1959
127 Rosenberg, Anna, 1950-1951
127 Rosenberg, Ethel and Julius, 1953
128 Roosevelt, F. D. R. and Eleanor, 1957-1960
128 Roosevelt, Theodore, 1958
128 Ross, Gilson, 1945-1949
128 Rossman, Gene W., 1952
128 Rosson, Hugh, 1945-1950
128 Rubber plant disposal, 1956
128 Rubin, Morris H., 1953
128 Ruhl, Robert, 1945-1958
128 Rural electrification, 1948-1951
128 Rusch, Hugh L., 1945-1952
128 Rushlight, Raymond G., 1947-1950
128 Rushlight, Willard A., 1949-1959
128 Russia, 1945-1960
128 Rye grass, 1947
129 Sa 1953/1954 - Sm 1956-1958
130 Scho 1949/1950 - Ste 1950/1951
131 Sti 1950/1951 - Sy 1952/1953
133 Sn 1956-1958 - Sy 1959/1960
134 Sackett, Russell, 1950-1952
134 Sackett, Sheldon F., 1953-1959
134 St. Helens Pulp and Paper Co., 1953-1954
134 St. Lawrence project, 1948-1949
134 Satellite, 1957-1958
134 Savage, Carlton, 1947-1952
134 Sawyer, Robert W., 1945-1949
134 Say, Harold, 1948-1953
134 Schadler, Maye, 1955-1959
134 Schafer, Max, 1945-1947
134 Schattschneider, E. E., 1950
134 Schiro, Frank, 1952
134 Schoenfeld, William A., 1952
134 Scholarships, 1958-1961
134 School lunch program appropriation, 1954
134 Schools, 1951-1960
134 Schuppel, W. C., 1945-1950
134 Schnitzer Steel Products, 1949-1952
134 Schwarz, Jonas G., 1947-1951
134 Sconce, Haywood P., 1954-1959
134 Scott, Eueides K., 1945-1949
134 Scott, Owen L., 1948-1954
134 Seaton, Fred A., 1952
134 Secrecy in government, 1958-1960
134 Securities and Exchange Commission, 1949-1953
135 Security order of the president, 1951
135 Security program, 1953-1957
135 Seed growers, 1958-1960
135 Seeds, 1952-1954
135 Seering, Harold A., 1948-1951
135 Segregation, 1955-1959
135 Selective Service, 1950-1951
135 Selling, Laurence, 1945
135 Senate, 1947
135 Senate, organization, 1954-1956
135 Senate, rules, 1956-1960
135 Senate, rules, cloture (Rule 22), 1956-1960
135 Separation of powers doctrine, 1948
135 Shaver Transportation Co., 1945-1950
135 Shaw, Dave, 1956-1957
135 Shibley, George, 1956-1957
135 Shield and Diamond (Pi Kappa Alpha), 1951
135 Ship repairs and ship yards, 1950-1960
135 Sifton, Paul, 1951
135 Simpson, David B., 1945-1951
135 Sincleir, Clinton, 1958-1960
135 Siuslaw lifeboat station, 1953-1955
135 Slattery, Eugene, 1955-1958
136 Smedley, Fred, 1955-1958
136 Smith, Edgar W., 1952
136 Smith, Elmo E., 1951
136 Smith, Fulton V., 1953-1957
136 Smith, Joseph F., 1953-1954
136 Smith, Margaret Chase, 1949-1955
136 Smith, Raoul, 1955-1959
136 Smith, S. Stephenson, 1946
136 Smith, Woodrow W., 1955
136 Smyth, Larry, 1947-1951
136 Sno-Cat (Tucker), 1948-1950
136 Sobell, Morton, 1957-1960
136 Social security, 1949-1955 (incl. cases)
137 Social security, 1954-1955 (incl. cases)
137 Socialized medicine, 1946-1952
137 Society for the Prevention of World War III, 1946-1960
137 Soil conservation, 1953
137 Sole survivor policy, 1950-1951
137 Southern Oregon Meddler, 1949-1951
137 Spain, 1945-1952
137 Spalding, Willard B., 1945-1947
137 Spanish sailors, 1957-1958
137 Special committees, 1947
137 Special session, 1948
137 Spectrochrome, 1946-1948
137 Spencer, Carlton, 1948-1950
137 Spencer, William A., 1948-1949
137 Sprague, Charles A., 1947-1956
137 Spruce budworm, 1949-1951
137 Spying, 1960
137 Stall, David, 1947-1951
137 Stanton, Charles V., 1952
137 Stark, Charles R., 1948-1951
137 Stassen, Harold, 1945-1951
137 Statehood - Alaska and Hawaii, 1954-1955
137 States rights, 1955
137 Status of Forces treaty, 1955
137 Steel, 1946-1952
138 Steel case, 1952
138 Steel strike, 1949
138 Steel strike, 1959
138 Steelman, John R., 1947-1954
138 Steen, Carl, 1945
138 Steen, W. Lowell, 1945-1950
138 Stephens, Roderick, 1946-1952
138 Sterling, Donald J., 1945-1953
138 Stern, Boris, 1947-1950
138 Stevenson, Adlai E., 1952-1960
138 Stillinger, J. R., 1951
138 Stockman, Jay H., 1947-1951
138 Stokes, Thomas L., 1946
138 Stoll, Lee, 1945-1949
139 Strickland, Frank, 1957-1958
139 Stringfellow, George, 1945-1954
139 Strohm, J. Guy, 1949-1950
139 Stroup, R. V., 1955-1959
139 Submerged lands, 1955-1958
139 Subsidies, 1956
139 Suez Canal, 1956-1957
139 Sugar, 1960-1961
139 Summit conference, 1958-1960
139 Sunday, Prescott, 1946-1951
139 Supersonic wind tunnel project, 1946-1948
139 Supreme Court, 1945-1961
139 Surcharge by power company, 1951-1953
139 Surplus food, 1950-1961
140 Surplus property, 1954-1961
140 Surplus property, donation policy, 1954-1955
140 Swan Island, mock bottom site, 1952
140 Swearingen, Marshall, 1956
140 Sweetland, Monroe, 1946-1960
140 Swenson, M. O., 1953-1958
140 Symington, Stuart, 1953-1960
140 Ta 1947 - Ty 1949/1950
141 Ta 1950/1951 - Tz 1955-1957
142 Ta 1958-1959 - Ty 1959-1960
142 Taft, Robert A., 1946-1953
142 Taft-Hartley Act 1953-1960
142 Talbott, Harold E., 1954-1955
142 Tansy ragwort weed problem, 1954
142 Tariff, 1947
142 Taxation, general, 1947-1953
143 Taxation, general, 1953/1954-1961
Taxation
Box
143 Accelerated amortization, 1953-1959
143 Amusement, 1949-1956
143 Cabaret, 1949, 1958-1960
143 Capital gains, 1954-1958
143 Charitable contributions, 1947-1948
144 Cooperatives, 1945-1960
144 Corporation, 1950-1957
144 District of Columbia sales tax, 1960
144 Double corporate dividends, 1948
144 Drill pay, National Guard, 1948
144 Employment, 1948
144 Excess profits, 1950-1954
144 Excise, 1947-1961
144 Four per cent dividend credit, 1960
144 Gasoline, 1959-1960
144 Income, 1954-1961
145 Income, exemption for teachers, 1947
145 National sales tax, 1953, 1957
145 Oil depletion, 1957-1959
145 Transportation, 1950-1961
145 Working mothers, 1949-1954
145 Taxation form letters, 1950
145 Taxation reprints, 1947-1954
145 Taylor, Daniel, 1959-1960
145 Taylor, George, 1954
145 Taylor, Paul S., 1955-1960
145 Tektronix, Inca, 1950-1951
145 Television, 1959-1960
145 Teller, Ludwig, 1945-1949
145 Tennessee Valley Authority, 1949
145 "Thank you" letters, 1951-1961
145 Third party, 1952-1957
145 Thomas, Norman, 1949-1951
145 Thompson, Fred A., 1950-1952
145 Thompson, Huston, 1945-1948
145 Thompson, Joseph, 1952
145 Thompson, Orval, 1952
145 Thompson, Orval N., 1951-1952
145 Thompson, Paul, 1956
146 Thornton, Robert, 1955-1958
146 Three Sisters Wilderness Area, 1951
146 Thurmond, Strom, 1957-1961
146 Tichy, George J., 1945-1949
146 Timberline Lodge, 1947-1949
146 Tin, 1948-1952
146 Tobey, Charles, 1950-1952
146 Tobey, Charles W., Jr., 1953-1954
146 Tompkins, Morton, 1945-1951
146 Tongue, Thomas III, 1945-1950
146 Tongue Point Naval Base, 1945-1951
146 Toon, Ted O., 1951-1958
146 Tormey, Harold J., 1945-1946
146 Townsend Plan, 1945-1958
146 Travis, Jack, 1951-1960
146 Treleaven, Percy, 1946-1953
146 Troops for Europe, 1950-1951
146 Truman, Harry, 1954-1961
146 Truman, Harry, labor issue, 1946
146 Truman, Harry, nominations list, 1946
147 Tsubota, Henry H., 1949-1951
147 Tugman, William M., 1945-1954
147 Tulley, C. R., 1950-1952
147 Tuna, 1957-1959
147 Turkeys, 1947-1953
147 Turnbull, George, 1944-1952
147 Turnquist, Knute, 1948-1954
147 U, 1947-1960
148 Ullman, Al, 1954-1960
148 Umatilla Ordnance Depot, 1958-1959
148 Unander, Sigfrid, 1950-1951
148 Unanimous consent agreement, 1954
148 Underwood, H. L., 1950-1951
148 Underwood, Rex, 1945-1951
148 Unemployment, 1954-1961
148 Unemployment, west coast hearing, 1959
148 Unemployment insurance, 1954-1956
148 Unfavorable letters (from Committeeassignments, radio programs,
148 Stevenson switch, cabinet appointments, tidelands issue, etc., 1953)
148 Unification, Army and Navy, 1946-1947
148 Union shop, 1952-1960
148 United Auto Workers, 1954-1958
148 United Nations, 1948-1953
149 United Nations, 1955-1961
149 United Nations General Assembly (Morse appointment), 1960
149 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural
149 Organization, 1948
149 United Service Organization building, Corvallis, Ore., 1946-1947
149 United States Employment Service, 1945-1947
149 United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, 1946-1949
149 United States Public Health Service, Astoria, Ore., 1952
149 United States bonds, 1953-1954
149 United States News, 1946-1950
149 United World Federalist, 1949-1953
149 Universal Military Training, 1951-1955
149 University of Minnesota, 1959
149 University of North Carolina, 1958
149 University of Oregon, 1953-1960
149 Unofficial National Defense Committee, 1949-1950
149 Uranium, 1954-1955
149 Urban renewal, 1959-1961
149 Urbanization, 1960
150 V, 1947-1960
150 Van Boskirk, Donald R., 1947-1948
150 Vandenberg, Arthur, 1947-1961
150 Van Fleet, Clark C., 1944-1947
150 Van Pelt, Forrest, 1960
150 Vanport Extension Center, 1949-1951
150 Vatican, 1950-1959
151 Veterans, 1945-1947 (See also Servicemen and Veterans file)
151 Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1955-1956
151 Vevelstad, S. H. P., 1947-1951
151 Vogeler (Robert E.) case, 1950
151 Voice of America, 1947-1951
151 Voluntary health insurance, 1952-1953
151 Voters Research Institute of America, 1946
151 Votes of Oregon delegation, 1955
151 Voting, 18 year-old, 1955-1960
151 Voting, laws and information, 1952-1960
151 Voting, national primaries, 1952
151 Voting record, Morse and others, 1951-1960 (See also Synopsis of Floor Work and Voting Records file)
152 Wa, 1947 - Wy, 1949/1950
153 Wa, 1950/1951 - Wy, 1952/1953
154 Wa, 1953/1954 - Wy, 1955/1957
155 Wa, 1958/1959 - Wy, 1959/1960
155 Wage Adjustment Board cases, 1946
155 Wage freeze order•, 1951
155 Wage Stabilization Board, 1951-1952
155 Waite, E. R., 1950-1952
155 Walker, Donald C., 1947-1951
155 Wallace, John M., 1953-1955
155 Wallace, Lew, 1956-1958
155 Wallace, Paul, 1946-1952
155 Wallenborg, Harry, 1958-1959
155 Walsh-Healy Act, 1951-1952
155 Walter, C. Huston, 1945-1951
155 War Assets Administration, 1946-1947
155 War Claims Commission cases, 1951-1955
155 War crimes trials, Nuremberg, 1946-1950
155 War Department Ere] visit to occupied countries by clergy, 1947
155 War Labor Board history, 1947-1948
155 Warburg, James P., 1955-1959
155 Warren, Earl, 1948, 1951-1952
156 Washington, D.C. visits, 1955-1960
156 Washington Water Power Co., 1951-1952
156 Washke, Paul, 1957-1959
156 Water, 1951-1960
156 Water pollution, 1957-1961
156 Waterbury, Preston B., 1949-1952
156 Waterfront Employees Association, 1947-1949
156 Waterhouse poll, 1954
156 Waterman, Edmund, 1949-1951
156 Watkins, Charles, 1946-1950
156 Way, William, 1955-1958
156 Weather Bureau station, Stevenson, Wash., 1952
156 Weeks, Jim, 1952
156 Wells, Donald A., 1947-1948
156 Wentworth, Lloyd J., 1947-1952
156 Wertgen, F., 1946-1954
156 West, Oswald, 1947-1953
156 West coast military installations, 1949
156 West Point EU.S. Military Academy] tragedy, 1951
156 Westcoast Transmission Co., 1952
156 Western Livestock Journal, 1947
156 Western Union, 1945-1952
157 Westropp, Harold P., 1953-1955
157 Wharton, Wallace S., 1951-1952
157 Wheat, 1947-1960
157 Wheat, price support, 1953-1955
157 Wheat, storage, 1953-1956
157 Wheat, storage, Tillamook blimp base, 1955
157 Wheat, tax on export, 1954-1956
157 Wheat, two-price system, 1955-1956
157 Wheat, unloading differential, 1954-1956
157 Wheeler, Charles L., 1951
157 Whipple (Robert B.) thesis on news additives, 1959-1960
157 Whitcomb, Paul S., 1948-1953
157 White (Harry Dexter) case, 1953-1954
157 White, John H., 1951
157 White, Thomas J., 1945-1949
157 White, Wallace, 1948
157 White, Walter, 1946-1950
157 White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1950, 1951
157 White Stag Manufacturing Co., 1951-1953
157 Whitney, Alexander F., 1946-1949
157 Who's Who, 1950-1953
157 Wick, James L., 1945-1952
157 Widmer, William, 1955
157 Wiley, Alexander, 1955-1959
157 Williams, A. M., 1945-1950
157 Williams, G. Mennen, 1956-1960
157 Williams, Roger J., 1950
158 Willkie, Wendell L., 1944, 1947
158 Wilson, Charles E., 1953
158 Winchell, Walter, 1947-1949
158 Winther, Oscar, 1945-1947
158 Wire tapping, 1954-1960
158 "Without compensation employees" [WOC3 1955
158 Witte, Edwin E., 1947-1959
158 Wohl, Tom, 1958-1960
158 Wolverton, Charles, 1946
158 Women's Patriotic Conference on National Defense, 1947
158 Women's Press, 1947
158 Wood, Kendall B., 1952-1953
158 Woodbury, Sid, 1947-1949
158 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award, 1951
158 Wool, 1949-1955
159 Wool, 1956-1960
159 Woolhether, Lawrence A., 1949-1951
159 World Court, 1958-1959
159 World government, 1948
159 Worth, Steve, 1947-1954
159 Wright, Charles C., 1953-1958
159 Wyatt, Wendell, 1945-1952, 1958
159 Wyers, Teunis, 1950-1951
159 Wyss, Otto, 1951-1952
159 X, Y, Z, 1947-1960
159 Yalta papers, 1955
159 Yarborough, Ralph, 1957-1959
159 Young, Donald A., 1948
159 Young, John R., 1951-1952
159 Young, Vive H., 1948
159 Young Democrats, 1957-1960
159 Young Republicans, 1944-1953
159 Youth Wants to Know, 1957
159 Zell, Harry, 1950-1951
159 Zimmerman, Helmut, 1949-1951
159 Zinkham, Lester, 1954-1955

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Series B:  Subject file, 1961-1968

Supercedes the "General correspondence" file (Series A) and includes much the same type of material: outgoing and incoming correspondence, as well as documents and publications, but arranged by subject. For names of persons in this correspondence, consult the index.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Administration [Office administration]
Personnel 1961-1968
Box
1 Elwood Taub 1968
Secretarial applicants 1963
Box
1 Charles Brooks 1962-1963
Box
1 Records [files] 1961-1963
Personal [files] 1961-1963
Box
1 Wayne L. Morse 1961-1962
1 Form letters 1961, 1963
1 Space [Office space] 1961-1967
1 Supplies, equipment, postage 1961-1963
2 Supplies, equipment, postage 1964-1968
2 Bills, vouchers, invoices, purchase orders 1961-1967
2 Reproduction work 1962-1966
2 Communications [telephone, telegraph] 1961-1967
Agriculture
Box
2 Agriculture, general 1961
3 Agriculture, general 1962-1968
3 Animals and animal products
Includes government feed lot meat packing program, 1968.
1961-1968
3 Slaughter methods 1961-1968
4 Appropriations 1961-1967
Commodities 1961-1968
Box
4 Cotton 1964-1968
4 Fruits and berries 1961
Box
4 Cane berries 1961, 1963
4 Cranberries 1961-1963
4 Sugar Act 1961-1965
4 Grains and cereals 1966-1968
4 Honey and beeswax 1966-1968
4 Vegetables 1966-1968
4 Sugar and sugar beets 1967
5 Dairying and dairy products
Includes Mione Packing Co., 1965.
1961-1968
Box
5 Butter, milk and cream 1961-1963
5 Entomology 1961-1968
5 Farm programs
Includes Farmers Union Voting Record, 86th to 89th Congress.
1961-1968
6 Farm loans 1961-1968
6 Soil Bank program 1961-1964
6 Agriculture stabilization conservation program 1962
6 Price support 1961-1965
6 Poultry 1961-1968
6 Surplus food 1961-1968
7 Feed Grain Act 1961-1964
7 Research 1966-1968
7 Research, poultry feeding 1961
7 Research, feed grain 1965
7 Pilot food stamp project 1961-1964
7 School Lunch Act 1961-1968
Box
8 Appropriations, general 1961
8 Appropriations, HR 7063 (1963); HR 8747 (1963) 1963
8 Appropriations, labor 1963
8 Appropriations, Tillamook harbor 1961
8 Appropriations, Federal 1961
8 Appropriations, Federal 1964-1968
8 Appropriations, State 1964-1967
8 Armed Services Committees 1961
8 Arts and Culture 1961-1968
Associations and Committees 1961-1968
Box
8 Congressional 1966-1968
8 House 1961
8 House 1967
8 Senate, 1961-1968 1966-1968
8 Senate. District of Columbia Committee 1961-1964
8 Senate. Labor Committee 1963
8 Senate. Labor Committee 1966-1968
8 Senate. Committee on Aging 1961-1968
9 Senate. Education Subcommittee (See also Committees and Commissions file) 1967
9 Foreign Relations Committee 1961-1962
9 Small Business Committee 1968
9 Veterans Committee 1967
Civic, citizens and fraternal associations and committees 1961-1968
Box
9 Americans for Democratic Action 1966-1967
9 Independent Committee for Morse 1966
9 John Birch Society 1964-1966
9 National Benefit Trust Fund 1962
9 Pacific University 1962
9 Sorosis Park 1963
9 Council on Foreign Relations 1961
9 Atomic energy 1961-1962
Aviation
Box
9 Aviation, general 1961, 1966, 1968
9 Airports and airways 1961-1964
10 Airports and airways 1966-1968
Airports and airways, by name
Box
10 Hillsboro airport 1962
10 Jefferson County airport 1964
10 Portland International airport 1968
10 United Airlines at Eugene, Medford and Salem, Ore. 1965
10 Air safety rules and regu1ations 1961-1968
10 Air passenger and freight service and traffic 1961-1968
10 West Coast Airlines 1961-1968
10 Klamath Falls Aviation Service 1968
10 Aircraft inspection and customs 1966
10 Portland-Alaska route 1962
10 Transatlantic route 1968
10 Transpacific route 1967
10 Beverages 1961-1968
Civil rights 1961-1968
Box
11 Portland housing 1964-1965
11 USDA Entomology laboratory, Corvallis 1966-1968
11 Discrimination 1961
11 Discrimination 1962
11 Discrimination 1966
12 Discrimination 1967-1968
12 Housing 1966
12 Housing 1967
12 Segregation 1961
12 Segregation 1963
12 Segregation 1964
12 Segregation 1967
12 Segregation 1968
12 Human rights 1961-1968
12 Durham rule 1961
12 Mallory rule 1961
Civil service
Box
12 Civil service, general 1961, 1962, 1966, 1968
12 Awards 1962, 1967
12 Examinations, standards 1961, 1962, 1967, 1968
12 Investigations 1961, 1966, 1967
12 Personnel activities 1966
12 Position classification and reclassification 1961, 1967
12 Separations 1961, 1964, 1966, 1967
12 Living and working conditions 1966
Congressional
Box
12 Calendars 1961, 1962, 1967
12 House 1963
12 Senate 1963
12 Congressional Directory 1961-1968
12 Congressional Library 1961-1963M
13 Congressional Library 1963N-1966
14 Congressional Library 1967-1968
14 Congressional Record (Requests and inserts) 1962-1968
15 Constituents (Requests for aid, advice) 1961-1963
16 Constituents 1964-l966D
17 Constituents 1966E-1968G
18 Constituents 1968H-Z
18 Crime 1961-1966
19 Crime 1964-1966
Crime
Box
19 Juvenile delinquency 1961-1968
19 Firearms legislation and weapons control (See also Pressure mail file) 1965-1968
19 Civil disorder 1967-1968
20 Disasters 1968
Box
20 Emergency relief 1962-1968
20 Oregon 1966
20 Oregon floods 1964-1966
20 District of Columbia 1961
Economics
Box
20 Economics, general 1966
20 Business recession 1961, 1963, 1967, 1968
20 Area redevelopment administration 1962-1965
21 Industry 1962-1968
21 Inflation 1962-1968
21 Cost of living 1961-1968
21 Controls, monopoly
Includes file on Portland Baseball Club, 1962; Blood banks, 1964.
1961-1968
22 Trade practices and regulations 1961-1968
22 Small Business Administration, 1961, part 1 1961
23 Small Business Administration, 1961, part 2-1965 (1966-1968 filed under Small Business)
24 Small business. Hearings in Portland, Ore. 1962
24 Small business. Set-aside program 1962
Small business (by firm)
Box
24 Baxter Co 1962
24 Burnham Chemical Co 1964-1965
24 Ca1.-Ore. Chrome Products 1962
24 Central Paving Co 1962
24 Fairyland Lily Garden 1962
24 Ford Motor Co. (tractors) 1965
24 F.W.D. Wagner Co 1962
24 Grove Lumber Co 1962
24 Medford Veneer and Plywood Corp. 1962
24 Oberman Co 1962
24 Oregon Agricultural Chemicals 1962
24 Quality Rock Co 1962
24 Simmons Trans-Pacific 1962
24 Sites Silver Wheel Freight Lines 1962
24 Thoren Lumber Co 1962
24 Thrift Drug Co 1962
24 Transport Development Association 1964
24 West Coast Plywood Co 1962
24 Western Dairy Equipment Co 1961
24 Willamette Tug and Barge Co 1964
24 Oregon economy 1961-1968
Box
24 Dana McBarron 1961-1962
25 Education, general 1961-1965
26 Education, general 1966-1968
Education
Box
26 Colleges and universities 1961-1968
26 Conferences and seminars 1963-1968
27 National Advisory Commission on Libraries 1966-1967
27 Federal aid to education 1961-1965
28 Federal aid to education 1966-1968
29 Federal aid to education 1968 R-Y
29 National defense educational loan program 1961-1968
31 Loyalty oath 1966
31 Impacted areas 1961-1968
31 Tax credit for education 1965-1967
31 International Education Act 1966-1967
31 Libraries 1961-1968
31 Scholarships and fellowships 1961-1966
31 Scholarships and fellowships 1967-1968
31 Schools 1961-1968
31 Schools, nursery 1963, 1966, 1967
31 Schools, parochial and private 1961, 1966, 1967
31 Schools, public 1965-1967
31 Staff 1961-1968
31 Standards and requirements 1961, 1963, 1965-1968
32 Vocational education 1961-1968
32 Handicapped 1966-1968
32 Research 1963, 1966-1968
33 Federal government, general 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967
Box
33 Executive branch 1961, 1966-1968
33 Departments 1961-1968
Box
33 Post office (See also Post Office file) 1961-1967
33 Post office, Northwest regional post office transfer 1960-1961
34 Departments, Post office, Northwest regional post office transfer 1961, 1964
34 Independent agencies and offices 1961-1965
35 Independent agencies and offices
Includes personal file of James Sittser, 1968.
1966-1968
Independent agencies
Box
35 Customs Bureau, Portland, Ore., reorganization 1965
35 Federal Bureau of Investigation, Hoover retirement 1964-1965
36 International Cooperation Administration 1962
36 Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act 1966
36 National Science Foundation 1961, 1962
36 Liason officers 1961, 1962, 1966, 1967
36 Legislative and judicial branches 1961, 1966-1968
36 Rules and administration 1961-1968
Box
36 Ethics of Congress 1965-1968
36 Land, buildings and grounds 1961-1964
37 Land, buildings and grounds 1965-1968
Land, buildings and grounds, by name
Box
37 Agricultural stabilization and conservation service, Portland office 1962
37 Baker air force station 1965
37 Defense supply office, Portland 1964
37 Federal office building, Portland 1964
37 Forest research laboratory, Corvallis 1964, 1966
37 Oregon Technical Institute 1964
37 P.U.D. Tillamook (Youth Corps) 1964
37 Post office and Federal office building, Medford 1964
37 Research laboratory, La Grande 1966
37 Tillamook naval air station 1964
37 U. S. District Court, Eugene 1964
37 Water pollution laboratory, Corvallis 1964, 1966
37 U. S. Capitol 1961, 1966-1968
37 Statehood 1961, 1966-1968
37 Territories 1966
37 Surplus property 1961-1967
37 Contracts and procurement 1961
38 Contracts and procurement 1962-1967
Federal government
Box
39 Contracts and procurement 1968
39 District of Columbia 1966-1968
39 Finance, general 1961, 1966, 1968
Finance
Box
39 Banking 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965
40 Banking 1966-1968
40 Currency 1961, 1965-1968
40 Public debt, spending, Federal budget, national debt 1961-1968
40 International finance 1961, 1965-1968
40 Bankruptcy 1964-1967
40 Stocks and bonds 1966-1968
41 Foreign relations, general 1961-1968
Foreign relations
Box
41 Foreign policy 1961-1963
42 Foreign policy 1964-1968
Foreign relations (by country or area)
Box
42 Africa 1961-1963, 1966-1968
42 Asia
Includes Morse trips to Far East, 1965, 1966.
1965-1968
42 Canada 1961-1963
42 China (Mainland China) 1961-1962
43 Cuba 1961-1963
43 Cuba 1961-1963
44 Cuba 1964-1965
44 Europe 1961-1962, 1966-1968
44 Formosa 1961
44 India 1961
44 Japan 1961
44 Korea 1968
44 Laos 1961-1962
44 Latin America, 1961, part 1 1961
45 Latin America, 1961, part 2-1962 1961-1962
46 Latin America, 1963-1966 1966-1968
47 Latin America 1967-1968
Box
47 Alliance for Progress 1962-1965
47 Brosius School, Honduras 1964-1965
47 Colombia schools 1962-1963
47 Dominican Republic 1964-1965
47 Mexico, border program 1963
47 Mexico; canal 1964
47 Mexico, oil 1950-1963
48 Mexico, Morse trips 1964-1965
48 Panama Canal Company 1963
48 Middle East 1961-1963, 1966-1968
49 NATO 1963
49 Russia 1961-1967
49 Sub-continents 1968
49 Turkey 1963
49 Vietnam, 1964, part 1 (Prior to, 1964 see Foreign relations-Foreign aid) 1964
50 Vietnam, 1964, part 2 1964
51 Vietnam, 1964, part 3 1964
52 Vietnam, 1964, part 4 1964
53 Vietnam, 1965-1966, part 1 1965-1966
54 Vietnam, 1966, part 2 1966
55 Vietnam, 1966, part 3 1966
56 Vietnam, 1967 1967
57 Vietnam 1968
58 Foreign aid, 1961, part 1 1961
59 Foreign aid, 1961, part 2 -, 1963, part 1 1961-1963
60 Foreign aid, 1966, part 2-1968 1966-1968
Box
60 Agency for International Development, 1965 1965
60 Food for Freedom 1966-1967
60 Population control 1966-1968
60 Treaties and agreements, general 1961-1968
61 Treaties and agreements, Panama Canal 1964-1965
61 Conferences, general 1961-1967
Box
61 Bogota Conference (Committee of 21) 1960
61 Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group (Interparliamentary Union Conference, 1965) 1964-1965
61 Mexico-U.S. Interpar1iamentary Conference 1962, 1964
61 Punta del Este Conference, Uruguay (Ministers of Foreign Affairs of American States) 1962
62 Peruvian presidential inauguration 1963
62 United Nations 1961-1968
63 United Nations, admission to membership 1962, 1964-1965
63 United Nations, admission to membership, Red China 1962-1964, 1966
63 Peace Corps 1961-1968
63 Foreign Relations Committee 1961, 1965-1968
63 Foreign relations, student exchange 1961-1966
63 Foreign relations, foreign service 1967-1968
63 Foreign relations, expropriation and other claims 1967-1968
Forest resources
Box
64 Forest resources, general 1961-1968
64 Conservation and protection 1961-1968
64 Payment bonds 1968
64 Fires 1961, 1966
64 Insects and pests 1961, 1966
64 Products and industries 1961, 1963, 1966-1968
64 Lumber standards 1961, 1962, 1966-1968
64 Pulp and paper 1963
64 Freight rates 1966
64 Northwest lumber problems 1962
64 Reforestation and silviculture 1961-1963, 1966-1967
64 Studies and statistics 1961-1964
65 Log exports 1967-1968
65 Timber 1961-1966
66 Appraisals 1961, 1963
66 Sales (applications, authorizations, contracts, costs) 1961-1968
67 Sustained yield 1962, 1965-1967
67 Access roads 1961-1967
67 Vehicles and equipment (incl. motor bikes on forest trails) 1961-1968
Health and welfare
Box
67 Health and welfare, general 1961, 1964, 1966-1967
67 Community health and sanitation 1961-1966
68 Community health and sanitation 1967-1968
68 Sewage and sewage disposal 1961-1968
68 Stream and river pollution 1961-1968
68 Clackamas County housing 1963
68 Home for the aged and indigent men at LCC 1968
68 Diseases and conditions 1961-1962
69 Diseases and conditions 1963-1968
69 Rehabilitation programs 1961-1968
69 Water, water systems and supply 1961-1968
69 Drugs 1961-1962
70 Drugs 1963-1968
70 Therapeutic equipment and devices 1961
70 Child welfare services 1966-1968
70 Birth control 1966-1968
Housing
Box
71 Housing, general 1961-1962, 1964-1968
71 Construction 1961-1968
71 Financing 1961-1967
72 Financing 1968
72 Urban renewal 1961-1968
Immigration and naturalization
Box
72 Immigration and naturalization, general 1961-1968
72 Citizenship 1961-1968
73 Passports, visas 1961-1963S
74 Passports, visas 1963T-1966K
75 Passports, visas 1966L-1968R
76 Passports, visas 1968S-Z
76 Quotas, refugees, displaced persons 1961-1968
76 Indian affairs, general 1961-1968
76 Indian affairs (by tribes) 1961-1964
77 Indian affairs (by tribes) 1965-1968
Institutions
Box
77 Institutions, general 1961
77 Federal 1961, 1968
77 Correctional 1961-1967
78 Correctional 1968
78 Health and mental 1961-1968
78 Welfare 1961-1965, 1968
78 State 1961, 1963, 1966, 1968
78 Private 1962, 1966, 1967, 1968
78 Hospitals 1966, 1967
Insurance and retirement
Box
78 Insurance and retirement, general 1961-1962, 1966-1968
78 Federal government 1961-1965
79 Federal government 1966-1968
79 Insurance 1961-1966
79 Retirement annuities 1961-1966
79 Railroad retirement 1961-1963
80 Railroad retirement 1964-1968
80 Compensations 1961-1967
81 Compensations 1968
81 State government 1961-1963, 1965-1968
81 Private 1961, 1963, 1965, 1966
81 Interstate and foreign commerce, general 1961
Inventions
Box
81 Inventions, general 1966-1968
81 Patents 1961-1968
81 Trademarks and copyrights 1961-1968
Labor
Box
82 Labor, general 1961
82 Labor, general 1962-1963, 1966-1968
82 Conditions - employment, unemployment (Incl. Office of Economic Opportunity) 1961-1966
83 Conditions - employment, unemployment (Incl. O.E.O.) 1966-1968
84 Conditions - employment, unemployment (Incl. O.E.O., Job Corps) 1968
84 Statistics 1961, 1966
84 National Labor Relations Board 1964-1968
84 National Railroad Adjustment Board 1966-1967
84 Unemployment in Oregon 1961-1963
85 Strikes and work stoppages, 1961-1966, part 1
Includes Portland newspaper strike, 1961-1962; Iron workers strike, 1962; Air lines strike, 1962; Railroad strike, 1963; Dock strike, 1963; West coast pulp and paper dispute, 1964; Airline strike, 1966, part 1.
1961-1966
86 Strikes and work stoppages, 1966, part 2-1969
Includes Airline strike, 1966, part 2; Railway strike, 1967.
1966-1969
86 Pickets and picketing 1961, 1966, 1967
86 Unions, general 1961-1962
87 Unions, general (Incl. file on "14-B") 1963-1968
87 A.F.L.-C.I.O 1961-1964
87 Employment of handicapped 1961, 1963-1965
87 Fair labor standards 1961-1968
88 Migratory and child labor 1961-1968
88 Manpower development and training program 1965
Land
Box
89 Land, general 1961, 1966
89 Acquisition and disposal
Includes Hudspeth Industries, 1962; Klamath drainage basin, 1962; Philippi Ranch, Arlington, Ore., 1962; Roy Webster, 1962; Coquille River lifeboat station, 1963; Klamath Lake, 1963; D. J. Koth, 1963; Hat Rock State Park, Ore., 1964.
1961-1964
90 Acquisition and disposal
Includes Fort Stevens, 1966; Point Reyes-Curry County exchange, 1966.
1965-1968
90 Morse formula 1962
91 Morse formula 1965-1967
91 Oregon and California lands 1961-1968
91 Condemnation (S.3883) 1967-1968
91 Classification, appraisals 1962, 1967, 1968
91 Conservation and protection
Includes PL 556, 1964; Sutherlin Creek watershed, 1964; McKay Creek, 1964.
1961-1968
92 Conservation and protection
Box
92 Fires 1964
92 Floods, erosion, sedimentation 1961-1966
92 Bureau of Land Management, 1961-1964, part 1
Includes Hinkley Nelson grazing permit, 1962; Grazing units, 1963; Sisley Creek, 1963; Vale Project, 1964.
1961-1964
93 Bureau of Land Management, 1964, part 2
Includes Deschutes River condemnation, 1964-1966; Vale Project, 1965; Hudspeth case, 1965-1966.
1964-1968
93 Rights of way 1961, 1963, 1965-1968
93 Access to public lands 1961-1963, 1967-1968
93 Small tracts 1961, 1962
93 Trespass 1961, 1963, 1965, 1968
93 Withdrawal 1961, 1964, 1966
93 Oregon Cattlemen's Association (Cecil Edwards) 1961, 1962
Legal
Box
93 Legal, general
93 Claims, litigations 1961-1965
94 Claims, litigations 1966-1968
94 Decisions, opinions, interpretations, general 1961, 1963, 1964-1968
Box
94 Attorney General 1962-1966
94 Comptroller General 1962
94 Judicial
Includes prayer in schools, 1963-1968; Admission to Supreme Court, 1966-1968.
1961-1968
94 Solicitor General 1964
94 Laws and regulations 1962-1964, 1966-1968
Box
94 Wiretapping 1963, 1965-1968
95 Earl Warren 1961-1964
95 Legislation 1961, 1963, 1966
Lists
Box
95 Lists, general 1961, 1962
95 Periodic reports 1961-1965, 1967-1968
Mail
Box
95 Mail, general (See also Post Office file) 1961, 1962, 1966
95 Classes 1961-1967
95 Postal rates, permits 1961
96 Postal rates, permits 1962-1968
96 Stamps (Commemorative) 1961-1962, 1964-1968
96 Transportation of mail 1961-1968
97 Postal laws and regulations, obscene literature 1961-1968
Maritime
Box
97 Maritime, general 1961, 1966-1968
97 Ports, harbors, shipyards, docks
Includes Port of Portland, 1962; Astoria reserve fleet, 1963; Coast Guard station, Bandon, 1963; Port Orford, Ore., 1963; Presidential Commission on Seapower Superiority, 1964; Coquille Coast Guard station, 1965; Sius1aw bar, 1965.
1961-1968
97 Ships, building, acquisition and repair, 1961-1962, part 1 1961-1962
98 Ships, building, acquisition and repair, 1962, part 2
Includes U.S.S. Banning, 1962; 35% Navy ship repair differential, 1963-1965; Astoria reserve fleet, 1967; Registration and certification of ships, 1967.
1962-1968
Meetings
Box
98 Meetings, general 1961
98 Appointments and engagements in building 1961-1968
98 Meetings, 1961, part 1 1961
99 Senator's meetings, 1961, part 2-1962, part 1 1961-1962
100 Senator's meetings, 1962, part 2-1964, part 1 1962-1964
101 Senator's meetings, 1964, part 2-1965, part 1 1964-1965
102 Senator's meetings, 1965, part 2-1968 1965-1968
102 Designated representatives 1961-1965
103 Designated representatives 1966-1968
103 Visitors, 1961-1963, part 1 1961-1963
104 Visitors, 1963, part 2-1965 1963-1965
105 Visitors 1966-1968
Memorials and holidays
Box
105 Memorials and holidays, general
105 International 1961-1968
105 National, Federal 1961-1968
105 State 1961, 1964-1968
Metals
Box
105 Metals, general 1961, 1966
105 Gold 1961-1968
105 Silver 1961, 1962, 1964-1966, 1968
105 Meteorology 1961, 1962, 1964
Military
Box
105 Military, general 1961-1968
106 Political investigations 1961-1963, 1966
106 Pay and allowances 1961-1968
106 Officers commissions 1961, 1963-1964, 1966-1967
106 Reservations, 1961-1965, part 1
Includes Boardman bombing range, 1961, 1964; Fort Stevens, 1962-1963; Barnes Veterans Hospital, Vancouver, 1963; Denver Army terminal, 1965; Camp White, 1965; Fort Ord, 1965; Walter Reed Hospital, 1965.
1961-1965
107 Reservations, 1965, part 2
Includes Tongue Point Naval Base, 1960-1965.
1965
108 Reservations, 1965, part 3
Includes Tongue Point Naval Base, 1965-1966; Portland Air Force Base, 1966.
1965-1968
108 Buildings and grounds
Includes Pendleton Airport, 1963.
1961-1968
108 Concessions, purchase, procurement, post exchange 1961-1968
108 Reserve programs 1961-1968
108 Separation and discharge 1961-1968
108 Uniform code of military justice 1962, 1966-1968
108 Retirement programs 1961-1968
Military
Box
109 Units 1961-1968
109 Special branches 1963-1968
109 Weapons 1961-1968
109 Surplus property 1961, 1962, 1966
109 Transportation 1966-1968
109 Personnel policy 1966-1968
109 Research 1966
109 Security and intelligence 1967
109 Medical problems 1967-1968
109 Transportation of mail 1967-1968
National defense
Box
110 National defense, general 1962, 1966
110 Civil defense 1961-1962
110 Civil defense 1963-1968
110 Strategic materials 1961-1964, 1966-1967
110 Construction and housing 1961-1968
110 Mobilization of manpower and industry 1961-1965
110 Security 1961, 1965, 1967-1968
110 Policy 1961-1963
Natural resources
Box
110 Natural resources, general 1961, 1966-1968
110 Fish and wildlife
Incl. Muddy Creek Wildlife Refuge, 1963.
1961-1964
111 Fish and wildlife
Includes La Grande Research Laboratory, 1964; John Day Dam waterfowl refuge, 1965; Wi11amette Falls fish ladder, 1966; Tillamook Bay shellfish, 1966.
1964-1968
111 Russian trawlers 1966-1968
112 Fuels 1961-1967
112 Minerals, mines and mining 1961-1968
112 Water 1965-1968
112 Forest access roads 1966
Nominations
Box
113 Nominations, general 1961, 1966-1967
113 Federal government agency heads
Includes Charles Meriwether, 1961-1962; Howard Morgan, 1961-1962; Charles Porter, 1961-1962; Russell Getty, 1965; Otto Opteka case, 1965.
1961-1968
114 U. S. Attorney (Incl. William L. Josslin, 1961) 1961, 1965
114 U. S. District, circuit and supreme court judges
Includes Burl Green, 1963; Berkeley Lent, 1963; John F. Kilkenny, 1967; 9th Circuit judgeship, 1968.
1961-1968
114 U. S. Marshalls (Incl. Paul Hanlin, 1963) 1961-1968
115 State and municipal 1967
115 Ambassadors, etc. (Incl. Adolph Heusinger, 1961-1962) 1961-1968
115 Bonneville Power Administration (Incl. Jack Churchill, 1962) 1961-1964, 1966
115 Nobel Peace Prize 1963, 1967
Parks and forests
Box
115 Parks and forests, general
Includes Minam road, 1963-1965; Timberline Lodge, 1963; Waldo Lake, 1963.
1961-1967
115 Federal 1961, 1966, 1967
115 Forests, national
Includes French Pete Creek, 1968; Helicopter logging, 1961-1963.
1961-1968
Parks, national
Box
116 Point Reyes land exchange 1966-1967
116 Oregon Dunes 1962-1965
117 Oregon Dunes 1966-1967
117 Indiana Dunes 1962-1965
117 Redwoods 1966-1968
117 Rogue River 1966
117 Selway River 1965
117 Reservations and cemeteries 1961, 1964-1968
117 Wilderness areas (Incl. North Fork, John Day River, 1963) 1961-1963, 1965-1968
118 Recreation 1962
118 Forest Products Research Laboratory project 1962
118 State 1968
118 Waldo Lake 1962
118 Private use of national or state parks 1966-1968
118 Political affairs, 1961, part 1 1961
119 Box political affairs, 1961, part 2-1962, part 1 1961-1962
120 Political affairs, 1962, part 2-1964, part 1 1962-1964
121 Political affairs, 1964, part 2-1967, part 1 1964-1967
122 Political affairs, 1967, part 2-1968, part 1 1967-1968
123 Political affairs, 1968, part 2
Includes material on, 1968 campaign. See also Campaign file.
1968
124 Public relations, 1961, part 1
This and other parts includes Anonymous letters, biographies, commendations, greetings, condolences, congratulations, complaints, endorsements and introductions, fairs, expositions, and ceremonies.
1961
125 Public relations, 1961, part 2-1962, part 1
This and other parts includes Photographs, publicity, newspapers and television, magazine articles, autographs, contributions, and flags.
1961-1962
126 Public relations, 1962, part 2-1963, part 1 1962-1963
127 Public relations, 1963, part 2 1963
128 Public relations, 1964, part 1 1964
129 Public relations, 1964, part 2-1965, part 1 1964-1965
130 Public relations, 1965, part 2-1966, part 1 1965-1966
131 Public relations, 1966, part 2-1967, part 1 1966-1967
132 Public relations, 1967, part 2 1967
133 Public relations 1968
134 Publications (See also Articles and statements file) 1961-1968
Recreation
Box
134 Recreation, general 1961, 1968
134 Facilities 1961-1968
135 Sports and sporting events 1961-1968
135 Tourist attractions 1966, 1968
135 Reports and statistics 1961-1964, 1966
Roads
Box
135 Roads, general 1961-1968
135 Federal
Incl. Lake Oswego freeway, 1963-1965; Forest roads, 1964; Day Creek road, 1964; Highway 101, 1964-1965; Highway 36, 1964; Honey Lake road, 1964; Bridge over Little North Fork, Santiam, 1964; Odell summit lodge, 1965; Portland east bank esplanade, 1965; Brookings and Selma via Tin Cup Pass, 1965.
1961-1965
136 Federal
Incl. Lake Oswego freeway, 1966, 1968.
1966-1968
136 Billboards 1961, 1965
136 State
Incl. McKenzie-Blue River north bank highway, 1962; Lower Columbia highway, Portland Astoria, 1964.
1961-1968
136 Access roads 1961-1968
136 Bridges 1966-1968
136 Mining roads 1964
136 Rules and administration, general 1961
Salaries
Box
136 Salaries, general 1966-1968
136 Federal employees 1961-1962
137 Federal employees 1963-1968
137 Classified workers 1961-1964, 1967
137 Congressional, judicial 1967
137 Postal employees 1961, 1964-1968
137 Wage Boards 1966-1967
137 State employees 1962-1963, 1965, 1967-1968
137 Teachers 1962-1966
137 Minimum wages 1961-1968
Science and technology
Box
137 Science and technology, general 1961-1964
138 Science and technology, general
Includes Atomic Energy Commission accelerator laboratory, 1965.
1965-1968
Selective Service
Box
138 Selective Service, general 1961, 1962
138 Deferment policy 1961-1966
139 Deferment policy 1967-1968
139 Universal military training 1961-1965
139 Small Business Administration 1966-1968
Social security
Box
140 Social security, general 1961-1967
140 Benefits (Incl. Medicare) 1961, 1962, 1965-1967
141 Benefits (Incl. Medicare) 1968
141 Eligibility coverage 1966-1968
141 Individual cases 1961
142 Individual cases 1962-1963
143 Individual cases 1964-1965
144 Individual cases 1966-1967 A-N
145 Individual cases 1967 O-Z, 1968 A-Mar
146 Individual cases 1968 Mas-Z
146 State Department 1962
State government
Box
146 State government, general 1964, 1966-1967
146 Departments 1961, 1964-1968
146 Independent agencies 1961
147 Independent agencies 1962-1963, 1966-1968
147 State legislation 1961-1963, 1965-1968
147 State representatives 1968
Taxes
Box
147 Taxes, general 1961-1967
148 Federal, general 1961-1968
Box
148 Excise 1961-1968
148 Highway excise 1961
148 Income 1961-1962
149 Income 1963-1966
150 Income 1967-1968
150 State 1961-1968
Box
150 HR 10650 1962
150 Time 1961-1964, 1966-1967
Trade
Box
151 Trade, general 1961-1962, 1964-1966
151 Exports, imports, 1961-1962, part 1
Includes Alaska logging, 1961; Canadian lumber, 1961-1962; Frozen strawberries, 1961; Wood moldings, 1961; Fisheries, 1962; Fruits, 1962; Japanese logging, 1962; Oil, 1962; Paper, 1962; Plywood, 1962; Potatoes, 1962.
1961-1962
152 Exports, imports, 1962, part 2-1964, part 1
Includes Incl. Reter Fruit Co., 1962; Tapioca and flour, 1962; Wheat to China, 1962; White wheat, 1962; Beef, 1963; Cherries, 1963; Corn to Japan, 1963; Fescue seed, 1963; Fruits, 1963; Japanese logging, 1963; Lumber, 1963; Reter Fruit Co., 1963; Ryegrass, 1963; Wheat to Russia and India, 1963.
1962-1964
153 Exports, imports, 1964, part 2-1967, part 1
Includes Beef, 1964; Cherries, 1964; Filberts, 1964; Fruits, 1964; Fruit export to France, 1964; Japanese logging, 1964-1965; Lumber, 1964-1965; Lumber acceptor list, 1964; Lumber, Canadian, 1964; Particleboard, 1964; Steel, 1964; Strawberries, 1964; Walnut lumber exports, 1964; Wheat, 1964-1965; Wheat to Russia, 1964; Wool, 1964; Logs, 1965; Logging, 1965; Lumber, American Lumber Standards Committee, 1965; Cattle, hides and leather, 1966.
1964-1967
154 Exports, imports, 1967, part 2-1968
Includes Mexican strawberry imports, 1967.
1967-1968
Box
154 Fescue growers 1961-1963, 1965
154 Wartime export hearings 1967
154 Tariffs, trade agreements
Includes Brooms, 1962; Cherries, 1962; Brazilian apples and pears, 1967; Mink, 1967; Textiles, 1967; Kennedy rounds, 1967-1968.
1962-1967
154 Fair trade 1961-1967
155 Trading with the enemy, sale of arms 1961, 1966-1968
155 Tariffs and trade agreements
Includes Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, 1961; Common Market, 1966, 1968.
1961, 1966, 1968
155 International travel 1961-1968
155 Un-American activities, general 1961, 1962, 1966
156 Un-American activities
Box
156 Communism 1961, 1963-1968
156 Subversive Activities Control Board 1967, 1968
Utilities
Box
156 Utilities, general 1961, 1968
156 Communications
Includes Red Lion FM station, 1964; Harney Telephone Co., 1964; I11inois Va11ey-Josephine Count 2VHF translator, 1964; Bridal Veil, Western Telephone System, Inc., 1965; Christian Crusade, HR 8962, 1965.
1961-1965
157 Communications (Incl. ITT-ABC merger, 1967; CATV, 1967) 1966-1968
157 Power and light (Incl. Harney Electric Co., 1961; Hanford reactor, 1962) 1961-1962
158 Power and light (Incl. PEPCo, 1963; REA and BPA, 1963-1968; Oregon and California intertie, 1964) 1963-1968
Box
158 Public power, 1961-1962, part 1 (Incl. Bonneville Power Administration, 1962) 1961-1962
159 Public power, 1962, part 2-1968 (Incl. Bonneville Power Adm.) 1962-1968
159 Transportation and mergers 1961-1965
160 Transportation and mergers 1966-1968
Box
160 Motor carriers (Incl. ICC demurrage problem, 1964) 1961-1968
160 Rail carriers
Incl. Box car shortage, 1962-1967; Southern Pacific, 1964; Lumber Carriers Cooperatives, Inc., 1965; Chicago Northwestern and Milwaukee Railroads, 1967
1961-1967
161 Rail carriers (Incl. Box car shortage) 1968
161 Water carriers 1961-1968
161 District of Columbia Transit 1965
Veterans
Box
161 Veterans, general 1961-1968
161 Medicine and surgery 1961, 1963-1968
161 Insurance 1961-1968
161 Education and schooling 1961-1968
161 Loan guarantees 1961-1968
161 Annuities, pensions, allowances 1961, 1962
162 Annuities, pensions, allowances 1963-1968
162 World War I veteran pension bills (For veterans' case files, see Servicemen and Veterans File; for veterans' hospitals, see Servicemen and Veterans File) 1961-1967

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Series C:  Academy file, 1946-1968

Applications, examination records, appointments, and follow-ups of service academy appointments. This file was assembled from the "General correspondence" file and "Subject" file, and a separate "Academy" file.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 1946-1956
2 1957-1962
3 1962-1963
4 1964-1966
5 1966-1968

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Series D:  Post office file, 1945-1968

Publications and correspondence on the Post Office in general, on postmasters, post offices, and postal service. This file assembled from the "Subject" file (Series B) and from a separate "Post Office" file. All index references to the Post Office File will be found in this file.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 Post office, general 1945-1952
Box
1 Postmasters 1945-1952
1 Post offices 1945-1952
Post office, general
Includes Airlift of West Coast mail, 1954-1955; Bulk mail, 1954-1957; Mail equipment shops, 1957.
1953-1957
Box
2 Postmasters 1949-1955
2 Post offices 1953-1957
Post office, general 1958-1959
Box
3 Postmasters 1958-1959
2 Post offices 1958-1959
Post office, general 1960
Box
4 Postmasters 1960
4 Post offices 1960
4 General 1961-1965
4 Postmasters and post offices 1961-1965 A-J
Post office
Box
5 Postmasters and post offices 1961-1965 K-Z
5 General 1966-1968
5 Postmasters and post offices 1966-1968 A-B
Post office
Box
6 Postmasters and post offices 1966-1968 C-Z

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Series E:  Public works file, 1955-1969

Correspondence concering Bureau of Reclamation and Army Engineers projects: dams, flood control, irrigation, reclamation and navigation. The correspondence is with individuals and State or local agencies interested in the funding or execution of the projects, and with Federal agencies involved in the planning or execution of the projects. The files are from 1955 to, 1969. Earlier project files are in the "Departmental Correspondence" file (Series J) under "Interior Department, Bureau of Reclamation," and under "Rivers and Harbors."

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Public Works, general 1955-1968
Box
1 Appropriations 1956-1966
Box
1 Bureau of Reclamation 1962-1969
1 Corps of Engineers 1962-1969
1 Accelerated Public Works 1963-1965
Public Works (by project)
Box
2 Agate dam reclamation - Dry Creek
2 Alsea River and bay
2 Amazon Creek
2 Anderson dam
2 Apaloosa dam, Middle Snake River
2 Applegate River and reservoir
2 Arkansas River navigation project
2 Arlington, city of, relocation
2 Astoria, city of, dredging
2 Aswan dam, Egypt
2 Baker Federal reclamation project
2 Bandon harbor
2 Banks Lake and Potholes reservoir
2 Barview jetty, Tillamook bay
2 Bear Creek reservoir
2 Beaver Creek watershed
2 Beaver Marsh project
2 Beaver Slough
2 Ben Franklin dam, Columbia River
2 Benham Falls, dam, Deschutes River
2 Big Hole River, Mont.
2 Birch Creek diversion, Umatilla project
2 Blalock Island, Columbia River
2 Blue River dam
2 Boardman, city of, relocation
2 Bonneville dam, Columbia River
2 Brice Creek, flood control
2 Bridge Canyon and Marble Canyon dams, Colorado River
2 Brownlee dam
2 Bruce's Eddy and Penny Cliffs dams, Clearwater River
2 Bully Creek extension, Vale project
2 Bureau of Reclamation, general
2 Burns Creek project
2 Calapooya basin flood control
2 Cascade Locks small boat basin
2 Cascadia dam
2 Catherine Creek dam
2 Cazadero diversion dam
2 Charleston small boat basin
2 Chetko River harbor, Brookings
2 Cherry Grove dam, Tualatin River
2 Chewaucan River
2 Chief Joseph dam
2 Clackamas River flood control
2 Clark Fork River, Paradise damsite, Mont.
2 Clatsop County drainage district
2 Clear Creek reservoir
2 Clearwater River, Id.
2 Colorado River
3 Columbia River, general
Box
3 Astoria-Megler channel
3 Ben Franklin dam
3 Fisheries research
3 Forty-foot channel
3 Lower river
3 Model basin
3 Mouth-south jetty and dredging
3 South side project
3 "308" report
3 Treaty
3 Vancouver-The Dalles channel
3 Water diversion
3 Water supply to Hermiston
3 Waterway to Puget Sound
3 Columbia and Snake Rivers, bridge clearance
3 Comprehensive river development
3 Cooper Creek dam, Sutherlin watershed
3 Coos Bay, Coos-Millicoma project
3 Coos Bay, south jetty
3 Copper Canyon darn, Rogue River
3 Coquille River, flood control
3 Coquille River, harbor
3 Coquille River, snagging
3 Cougar dam, McKenzie River
3 Crabtree Creek
3 Crescent City project, Calif.
3 Crescent Lake
3 Crooked River project
4 Days Creek bridge
4 Delaware River
4 Depoe Bay
4 Deschutes River
4 Detroit reservoir
4 Dexter Lake and reservoir
4 Dorena reservoir
4 Duncan Ferry dam, Owyhee River
4 Dworshak dam, Clearwater River, Id.
4 Elk Creek reservoir, Rogue River basin
4 Enterprise irrigation district
4 Evans Valley division, Rogue River basin
4 Fall Creek dam
4 Fern Ridge reservoir, Long Tom River
4 Ferry Creek
4 Flood control, general
4 Flood plain studies
4 Foster dam, South Santiam River
4 Galesville dam, Umpqua River
4 Garibaldi small boat basin
4 Garrison diversion unit
4 Gaston dam
4 Gate Creek dam project
4 Gerber dam
4 Glen Canyon dam, Colorado River
4 Goodrich dam
4 Goose Lake
4 Grand Coulee dam, Wash
4 Grande Ronde-Catherine Creek dam
4 Grants Pass irrigation district
4 Grays Harbor, Wash
4 Greasewood Creek flood control
4 Green Peter-Foster dam, Santiam River
5 Green Peter-Foster dam, Santiam River
5 Haystack reservoir
5 Hells Canyon
5 Herman Creek at Cascade Locks
5 Hills Creek dam, Willamette River
5 Hinkle Creek damsite, Umpqua River basin
5 Holley dam, Calapooya River
5 Hood River, port of
5 Hooker dam, Central Arizona project
5 Horse Creek watershed
5 Howard Prairie reservoir, Jackson County
5 Hull Mountain dam, Rogue River basin
5 Hungry Horse dam
5 Illinois Valley division, Rogue River basin
5 John Day dam
5 John Day dam, Boardman soil conservation
5 John Day, River, watershed and flood control
5 Jordan Creek, Jordan Valley division
5 Kelly Prairie impoundment, Morrow County
5 Keno dam, Klamath River
5 Kings River project, Calif
6 Kinzua dam, Pa.
6 Klamath basin
6 Knowles dam, Mont.
6 Lafayette lock and dam
6 Lake Erie-Ohio River canal
6 Larsen inlet, Coos Bay
6 Libby dam, Mont
6 Little Goose dam, Snake River
6 Long Tom River
6 Lookout Point dam, Willamette River
6 Lost Creek, Rogue River basin
6 Lower Monumental project
6 Luckiamute River project
6 Malheur River survey
6 Marys River basin flood control
6 Mason dam, Baker reclamation project
6 McKay reservoir
6 McKenzie River
6 McNary dam, Columbia River
6 McVay Rock, Harbor, Ore
6 Mangla dam, Pakistan
6 Meadow Lake dam, Nestucca River
6 Medford irrigation district
6 Merlin division, Rogue River project
6 Mica dam, Upper Columbia River
6 Middle Snake River
6 Midland drainage district
6 Mill Creek projects
6 Millers Island, The Dalles project
6 Minam River watershed
6 Mission dam, Umatilla River
6 Molalla project
6 Monument-Dallas project, Willamette River
6 Monument dam, John Day River
6 Mountain Sheep dam, Snake River
6 Navigation projects, general
6 Necanicum River development
6 Nehalem harbor
6 Nehalem River
7 Nez Perce dam
7 Nicaragua canal
7 North Morrow County
7 Northern California streams survey
7 Northwest aluminum transmission line
7 Oakley dam, Ill
7 Ochoco project
7 Olalla dam and diversion, Umpqua project
7 Oregon slough project
7 Owyhee irrigation project
7 Oxbow dam, Snake River
7 Pacific Northwest water diversion
7 Panama canal
7 Paradise dam, Mont.
7 Payette River, Id.
7 Pelton dam project
7 Pendleton flood control, Umatilla River
7 Peninsula drainage district
7 Polk County irrigation project
7 Port Orford
7 Powder River
7 Priest Rapids
7 Prineville reservoir
7 Rainbow Bridge, Utah
7 Rampart dam, Alaska
7 Reclamation, feasibility investigations
7 Reclamation, general projects
7 Reclamation, small projects (S602)
7 Recreational benefits
7 Red Prairie
7 Red River dam, Ky.
7 Reedsport dike, Umpqua River project
7 Rickreall Creek
7 River Road floodway channel
7 River Mill dam
7 Rock Creek reservoir
7 Rocky Point dam, Nehalem River
7 Rogue River basin, general
Box
7 Appropriations
7 Divisions and projects
7 Flood control
8 Harbor (Gold Beach)
8 Lost Creek dam
8 Reclamation
8 Round Butte dam, Deschutes River
8 Sacramento River, Calif.
8 Salmon Creek, Lane County
8 St. Helena, port of
8 San Carlos project
8 San Francisco bay
8 San Francisquito Creek
8 San Louis-Westlands project, Calif.
8 Sandy River
8 Santa Maria project, Calif.
8 Santiam River, flood control
8 Sauvies Island
8 Seaside small boat basin
8 Sexton dam
8 Silk Creek
8 Silver Creek survey
8 Silvies River
8 Siletz River harbor
8 Siuslaw River
8 Siuslaw River harbor
8 Skipanon River
8 Skunk River dam, Iowa
8 Slate Creek
8 Slaughters Bar, Lower Columbia River
8 Small reclamation projects
8 Smith River
8 Snake River
8 Snake River, diversion of water
8 Snake River, recreation
8 Snipe Creek dam
8 South Santiam River, Lebanon dam
8 South Santiam River, Tennessee division
8 Soquel Creek
8 Squaw Creek flood control
8 Strube reregulating dam, McKenzie River
8 Sucker Creek project, Illinois Valley division
8 Talent irrigation project, Rogue River basin
8 Teel irrigation district
9 The Dalles dam
9 The Dalles dam, petroglyphs
9 The Dalles project
9 Thomas Creek, Willamette River basin
9 Tillamook bay, north jetty
9 Tillamook bay, south jetty
9 Tiller dam, Umpqua River
9 Trask River dam
9 Trinity project, Calif.
9 Tualatin project
9 Tumalo irrigation district
9 Umatilla, city of, relocation
9 Umatilla basin project
9 Umatilla dike project
9 Umatilla recreation project
9 Umatilla River
9 Umatilla-The Dalles dam trust
9 Umpqua River basin
9 Umpqua River flood control
9 Umpqua River harbor
9 Upper Colorado River
9 Upper Priest Lake
9 Vale reclamation project
9 Walla Walla River project, Milton-Freewater division
10 Wapinitia project
10 Warrenton-Hammond bank protection, Lower Columbia River
10 Warrenton mooring basin
10 Water quality control
10 Water Valley dam, Arkansas
10 Waterman Gulch and Wildhorse Creek
10 Wells dam, Wenatchee project
10 West Dairy Creek project
10 West extension irrigation district
10 West Muddy Creek
10 Westland water district
10 Wildhorse Creek flood control
10 Wiley Creek log jam, 1965
10 Willamette River, general
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10 Bank protection
10 Comprehensive study
10 Tum Tum dam site
10 Willow Creek dam, Heppner project
10 Wilson revetment
10 Winchester Bay, Umpqua River harbor
10 Winchester dam, Umpqua River
10 Wolf Creek project
10 Yamhill River
10 Yaquina Bay
10 Yaquina River
Public Works - Oregon Office correspondence
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10 Alsea, port of
10 Arlington, city of
10 Beaver Marsh
10 Blue River dam
10 Calapooya River
10 Chetko project
10 Clackamas River
10 Clatskanie drainage district
10 Columbia River, general
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10 "308" report review
10 Treaty with Canada
10 Forty-foot channel
10 Coos-Millicoma project
10 Coquille River
10 Corps of Engineers, general
10 Crooked River project
10 Fall Creek project
10 Garibaldi boat basin
10 Grande Ronde-Catherine Creek
10 Green Peter dam
10 Hills Creek dam
10 Holley dam
10 Johnson Creek project
10 Magruder drainage district
10 McKay Creek
10 McNary dam townsite
10 Mission dam
10 Mosier irrigation district
10 Nehalem River project
10 Seaside small boat basin
10 The Dalles improvement district
10 The Danes irrigation district
10 Yamhill River, Lafayette locks

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Series F:  Servicemen and veterans file, 1945-1968

Veterans legislation, pensions, hospitals, and correspondence on specific problems of specific veterans and servicemen. This is a reconstituted file, originally in three distinct files. A few folders of material on veterans legislation are still in the "Departmental Correspondence" file (Series J).

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Description
Dates
Box
1 1945-1946 A-Q
2 1945-1946 R-Z
2 1947-1951, general
2 1947-1951 A-Bo
3 1947-1951 Bra-Hol
4 1947-1951 Hoo-O
5 1947-1951 P-V
6 1947-1951 W-Z
6 1952-1953, general
6 1952-1953 A-D
7 1952-1953 E-Q
8 1952-1953 R-Z
8 1954-1957 A-CZ
9 1954-1957 Con-KZ
10 1954-1957 Kn-Si
11 1954-1957 Sk-Z
11 1957-1959, general
11 1957-1959 A-B
12 1957-1959 C-La
13 1957-1959 Le-V
14 1957-1959 W-Z
14 1959-1961, general
14 1959-1961 A-K
15 1959-1961 L-Z
15 1961-1962 A-B
16 1961-1962 C-H
17 1961-1962 I-R
18 1961-1962 S-Z
18 1963-1964 A-Be
19 1963-1964 Bi-G
20 1963-1964 H-M
21 1963-1964 N-S
22 1963-1964 T-Z
22 1965-1966 A-C
23 1965-1966 D-Lea
24 1965-1966 Led-Roe
25 1965-1966 Rog-Z
26 1967 A-I
27 1967 J-Sco
28 1967 Se-Z
28 1968 A-B
29 1968 C-His
30 1968 Ho-M
31 1968 N-T
32 1968 U-Z

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Series G:  Oregon office file, 1954-1968

The first part of this file is correspondence referred from the Washington D.C. office of Senator Morse to his Oregon office in Portland for action. The arrangement is alphabetical by name of correspondent. The second part of the file is correspondence directed to the Oregon office. In addition to a file by name of correspondent, there is a general subject file and a public works file. Most of this correspondence is routine.

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Description
Dates
Box
1 A-Har
2 HAS-Nu
3 O-Z
4 A-H
5 I-T
6 U-Z
6 Subjects: Elections-Veterans affairs
6 Public works: Bandon-Yaquina Bay
7 Subjects: Aging-Water pollution (The major file herein is the Klamath Indian Tribe file)

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Series H:  Bill file, 1945-1968

Bills introduced or cosponsored by Senator Morse. With correspondence and documents. In most instances the folders include the bill, hearing, if any, and report, as well as correspondence with persons having an interest in the bill.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
79th Congress
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1 S 101 and substitute and amendment. Prohibiting discrimination in employment
1 S 654. Conservation of fish and wildlife on Klamath Reservation
1 S 655. Salary and expenses of Klamath General Council
1 S 691. Relief of Sidney B. Walton
1 S 692. Amend criminal code as to unmailable matter
1 S 724. Promotion of certain officers
1 S 780. Establishment of forest products laboratories
1 S 793. Protection of Klamath Indian livestock
1 S 794. Welfare of Klamath Indians
1 S 850. Education and training of veterans
1 S 893. Establishment of forest products laboratories
1 S 896. Amend Civil Service Retirement Act
1 S 977. Provide veterans' housing. Also amendments
1 S 1007. Relief of Edward P. Standley
1 S 1032. Fix term of U.S. District Court, Klamath Falls
1 S 1047. Confer jurisdiction of Klamath Indian suit E-344 to U.S. Court of Claims
1 S 1177. Exempt war savings bonds from legal processes
1 S 1178. Equal pay for equal work for women
1 S 1270. Payment of subsidies by Commodity Credit Corporation and Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1 S 1313. Remove restrictions on Klamath Indian property and money
1 S 1318. Maternal and child welfare
1 S 1348. Amend Social Security Act as to certain agricultural-industrial operations
1 S 1415. Amendment. Compensation for clerks of courts of the U.S.
1 S 1432. Establish Bureau of Veterans' Arts and Crafts
1 S 1458. Amend definition of vessels and officers
1 S 1562. Repeal sec. 505 of Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944
1 S 1612. Authorize RFC to purchase aluminum for stockpiling
1 S 1684. Settlement of claims of employees in University Homes project
1 S 1719. Aid for public educational plant facilities
1 S 1751. Relief of Wayne Parker
1 S 1781. Establish field stations, Bureau of Mines
1 S, 1903. Acquisition of facilities necessary for river, harbor, and flood control work
1 S, 1947. Flood control works, Amazon Creek
1 S 2079. Amend Contract Settlement Act of 1944
1 S 2145. Amend sec. 112, 113 of Internal Revenue Code
1 S 2146. Attorneys' fees in suits by or against U.S.
1 S 2237. Aid for former Merchant Marines with wartime service
1 S 2323. Promote veterans' employment
1 S 2327. Amend Title III of Nationality Act of 1940 as to certain veterans
1 S 2338. Relief of Wilma E. Baker
1 S 2339. Relief of Irving W. Learned
1 S 2456. Establishment of U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission
1 S 2477. Reimbursement by Veterans' Administration of state and local agencies for veterans' training programs
2 S 2482. Establish anti-monopoly program
2 S 2499. Establish national educational policy
2 SR 82. Investigate monopolies
2 SR 156. Investigate Office of Price Administration
2 SR 160. Compulsory jurisdiction of International Court of Justice
2 SR 180. Investigation of fishery resources of Columbia River basin
2 SR, 195. Investigation of courts-martial system
2 SR, 196. Compulsory jurisdiction of International Court of Justice
2 SR 209. Printing of compilation of pension laws
2 SR 228. Investigation of labor disputes
2 SR 255. International control of atomic energy
2 SR 278. Investigation of railroad strike; amendment
2 SR 300. Directing study of Federal grants for education, welfare, health
2 SR 306. Requiring senators to report income and financial transactions
2 SR 314. Digest of senate precedents on Points of order
2 SJR 73. Commemorative stamps: victories in the cause of human freedom
2 SJR 82. Constitutional amendment relating to term of office of president
2 SJR 137. Authorize Secretary of Labor to make studies of health of school children
2 SJR 141. Naming Students and Teachers Day
2 SJR 182. Collection of price and rent information
80th Congress
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2 HR 4908. Amendment. Facilities for mediation of labor disputes
2 S 72. Establish anti-monopoly program
2 S 73. Provide facilities for mediation of labor disputes
2 S 74. Amend Title III of Nationality Act of 1940 as to certain veterans
2 S 75. Amend definitions of vessels and officers
2 S 76. Provide continuation of workmen's compensation
2 S 77. Provide retirement of civil servants with less than 5 years service
2 S 78. Examination of Two Mile Creek for flood control
2 S 101. Cooperation with state agencies administering labor laws laws relating to industrial health
2 S 158. Relief of Basque aliens
2 S 176. National Institute of Dental Research
2 S 217. Small business credit and RFC
2 S 352. Reestablishment of U.S. Employees Compensation Commission
2 S 508. Amend Social Security Act to benefit state and local government employees
2 S 526. Amendment; National Science Foundation
2 S 529. Relief of Wilma E. Baker
2 S 530. Provide attorneys' fees in suits by or against U.S.
2 S 531. Amend Sec. 112, 113 of Internal Revenue Code
2 S 561. Relief of Robert E. Birkes
2 S 586. Additional military and naval academies
2 S 587. Repeal of Sec. 1505 of Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944
2 S 610. Relief of Sylvia M. Misetich
2 S 611. Enforcement of safety regulations, longshoremen
2 S 798. Relief of Elbert and Myrtle Eastman
2 S 799. Claims for overtime compensation, University Homes project
2 S 800. Additional funds for access roads
3 S 858. Amend National Labor Relations Act
3 S 859. Keeping Congress informed about collective bargaining and labor-management relations
3 S 939. Relief of Charles Howard Richards
3 S 940. Relief of Mrs. Chieko S. Kawakami
3 S 984. Prohibit discrimination in employment
3 S 1034. Transfer of Remount Service from War Department to Agriculture Department
3 S 1035. Acquisition of Camp White as Veterans' Administration facility
3 S 1222. Klamath Indian property liquidation and distribution
3 S 1236. Increase allowance for veterans' vocational rehabilitation
3 S 1239. Coordinate educational functions of Federal government into single agency
3 S 1243. Payment of land revenues to Warm Springs tribes
3 S 1294. Old age assistance for inmates of public institutions
3 S 1295. Relief of Mrs. Claire M. Phillips [empty folder3
3 S 1327. Automobiles for disabled veterans
3 S 1328. Increase number of copies of Congressional Record furnished
3 S 1352. Protection against lynching
3 S 1389. Licensing of marine radio telegraph operators
3 S 1390. Broaden cooperative extension system. Amendment, substitute
3 1391. Automobiles for disabled veterans
3 1392. Eligibility of veterans for vocational training
3 1393. Increase allowance for veterans training
3 1394. Increase subsistence allowance for veterans
3 1404. Raise minimum wage
3 1556. Equal pay for equal work for women
3 1563. Treatment of displaced persons
3 1564. Commemorative stamps: Henderson and Seth Luelling
3 1584. Sugar quotas
4 1628. Repeal of Taft-Hartley Act
4 1652. Veterans' employment
4 1661. Inducements to physicians to make career in armed services and public health
4 1700. Relief of Szoszana Sierdzka
4 1768. Amend. Social Security Act as to agricultural and domestic employees of state and local governments
4 1775. Relief of Jack Stanley Long
4 1865. Relief of Mrs. B. R. Johansen [empty folder
4 1866. Relief of Anna Grace Hartley
4 1867. Disability compensation for certain Federal employees
4 1949. Amendment. Additional compensation for postal workers
4 1966. Water supply, Tongue Point Naval Base
4 1967. Coordinated anti-inflation program
4 2007. Mineral reserve, Fort Reno
4 2086. Financial disclosure by certain members of legislative, judicial and executive branches of government
4 2096. Exceptions to admissions tax
4 2155. Vanport reconstruction
4 2173. Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act as to marketing agreements
4 2209. Relief of Marion C. Hunter
4 2241. Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Green
4 2242. Amendment. Admission of displaced persons
4 2274. Investigation of road damage by Army in Polk County
4 2300. Increase benefits of Railroad Retirement Act
4 2301. Amend Social Security Act to authorize public assistance grants for medical service
4 2350. Relief of Klara Unger Klajn
4 2404. Benefits for certain classes of veterans
4 2418. Amend Act of July 8, 1943 on land titles (empty folder
4 2347. Amend Railroad Retirement Act
4 2348. Amend Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act
4 2446. Federal Highway Act of 1948
4 2484. Amend Internal Revenue Code as to compensation for personal services
4 2523. Amend National Security Act of 1947
4 2641. Amend Sec. 1501 (b) (1) (E) of Second War Powers Act, 1942 (Nitrogenous fertilizer)
4 2711. Establish Federal Bureau of Asylums
4 2741. Amend Social Security Act as to operations performed on agricultural commodities
4 2765. Provide for Federal inspection of institutions
4 2771. Relief of Hazel M. Lewis
4 2793. Internships in Veterans Administration
4 2794. Pay rates, field installations, Veterans Administration
4 2795. Provide assistance to local school agencies for defense-incurred enrollments
4 2801. Removal of adult illiteracy
5 2830. Maintenance of tin-smelting industry
5 2831. Authorize Federal Works Administration to coordinate disaster relief activities
5 2863. Authorize loans for Vanport families
5 2871. Aid for permanent housing in Portland area
5 2877. Amend RFC Act in favor of Vanport aid
5 2896. Establish Federal Commission on Services for the Physically Handicapped
5 2902. Amend Displaced Persons Act of 1948
5 2915. Relief of James A. Nelson Company
5 2920. Additional compensation for certain employees of the District of Columbia
5 2927. Amend Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944
5 HR 731. Amendment. Establish Theodore Roosevelt National Park
5 HR 1030. Amendment. Continue certain excise taxes on high school events admissions
5 HR 3950. Amendment. Reduction of individual income tax payments
5 HR 4970. Amendment. Reduction of individual income taxes
5 HR 6959. Amendment. Secondary market
5 SR 31. Requiring financial disclosure by senators
5 SR 32. Amend rules as to cloture motions
5 SR 33. Requiring financial disclosure by senators
5 SR 34. Investigation of courts-martial system
5 SR 56. Investigation of courts-martial systems and military prisons
5 SR 57. Amendment of cloture rule
5 SR 61. Authorizing investigation of Federal grants by Committee on Labor and Public Welfare
5 SR 140. Field and contract employment
5 HJR 334. Amendment. Consent to regional education compact of southern states
5 SJR 9. Constitutional amendment as to presidential term
5 SJR 66. Authorize Secretary of Labor to make studies on health of school children
5 SJR 116. Changing dates for certain reports
5 SJR 126. Timber access roads
5 SJR 141. Establish temporary National Commission on Veterans' Benefits
5 SJR 149. British in Palestine
5 SJR 151. Provide segregation of certain expenditures in Federal budget
5 SJR, 196. Timber access roads
5 SJR 231. Emergency housing, Vanport
81st Congress
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5 S 98. Displaced persons
5 S 99. Displaced persons, visas
5 S 100. Displaced persons, definition
5 S 108. Provide single executive department for armed services
5 S 109. Disclosure of income by government officials
5 S 110. Broaden cooperative extension service
5 S 151. Establishment of additional military and naval academies
5 S 174. Anti-discrimination in employment
5 S 246. Aid to education
5 S 249. Amendment. Settlement of labor disputes
5 S 281. Amendment, substitute. Economic Expansion Act of 1949
5 S 287. School construction grants
5 S 320. Removal of adult illiteracy
5 S 328. Adjustment of land titles by Secretary of Agriculture
5 S 329. Increase number of copies furnished of Congressional Record
5 S 522. Development of local public health units
5 S 529. Promote employment of veterans
5 S 544. Price support on poultry
5 S 545. Federal aid for Amazon Creek flood control project
5 S 653. Amendment of Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
5 S 654. Relief of Klara Ungar Klajn
5 S 655. Relief of Carl Nugren
5 S 656. Amendment, substitute. Coordinate educational functions of Federal government into one agency
5 S 706. Equal pay for equal work for women
5 S 709. Establish national housing objective
5 S 800. Reestablishment of United States Employees' Compensation Commission
5 S 831. Amend Social Security Act to include state and local employees
5 S 834. Authorize Federal aid to school districts with defense-related enrollments
5 S 893. Design and construction of bridges near certain dams [cross reference only]
5 S 1000. Disposition of farm labor camps
5 S 1066. Establish Federal Commission on Services for Physically Handicapped
5 S 1070. Housing Act of 1949
5 S 1089. Authorize filbert marketing agreements
5 S 1120. Require accounting of expense allowance to senators and representatives
5 S 1209. Amendment. Amend Economic Cooperation Act of 1948 to provide machinery and commodities of fair competition basis
5 S 1404. Anti-lynching
5 S 1411. School health services plan
5 S 1427. Authorize appointment of additional brigadier generals
5 S 1430. Provide for investigation of discrimination against women
5 S 1439. Assistance to states toward industrial safety
5 S 1453. Scholarships for health and medical education
5 S 1456. Grants-to states for public health and hospitals
5 S 1464. Marketing agreements, filberts
5 S 1477. Repayment contracts, irrigation and reclamation
5 S 1693. Relief of Karin Margaret Hellen, and Olof Christer Hellen
6 S 1766. Disposition of grazing receipts
6 S 1815. Juvenile delinquency and J. Edgar Hoover Foundation
6 S 1843. Establish'Department of Defense
6 S, 1938. Assistance to paralyzed veterans
6 S, 1946. Establish National Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
6 S 2036. Statehood for Alaska
6 S 2068. Relief of Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
6 S 2069. Relief of Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
6 S 2089. Approve contracts with irrigation districts
6 S 2101. Relief of Mrs. Nancy Belle Norton
6 S 2115. Purchase of automobiles for disabled veterans
6 S 2146. Additional payments for relief of paralyzed veterans
6 S 2194. Construct dam and dike at Kentuck Slough
6 S 2216. Authorize president to appoint board of inquiry into Hawaiian strike
6 S 2314. Term of U.S. District Court, Oregon, to be held in Eugene
6 S 2315. Relief of Janis Shimada
6 S 2317. Study and authorize school construction
6 S 2320. Assist producers of strategic materials and metals
6 S 2346. Relief of Kuo Chin Lu
6 S 2390. Share certificates
6 S 2415. Federal disaster aid
6 S 2471. Provide for hospitals at Camp White
6 S 2503. Federal Elections Act
6 S 2522. Stabilize prices of agricultural commodities
6 S 2586. Fish conservation, Salmon River, Idaho
6 S 2596. Veterans education and training
6 S 2606. Construction of dam and dike, Otter Slough
6 S 2627. Budgetary and tax adjustments
6 S 2632. U.S. District Court, District of Columbia, to hear motion of Thomas Jordan
6 S 2641. Relief of Ken D. Rude
6 S 2642. Assistance for mentally ill in state institutions
6 S 2704. Relief of Habibollah Farahnik
6 S 2705. Relief of Endre Ungar and others
6 S 2720. Relief of Lucy Norton Johansen
6 S 2721. Relief of Chin Ly Bing and Chin Loy Yen [empty folder3
6 S 2784. Construction of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis
6 S 2800. Extend letters patent 1,901,992
6 S 2826. Amendment. Increase borrowing power of Commodity Credit Corp.
6 S 2836. Extend letters patent
6 S 2837. Relief of Mrs. Claire Phillips Clavier
6 S 2865. Relief of Mrs. Takino Kajikawa
6 S 2866. Relief of Egbert G. Gesell
6 S 2899. Relief of Joseph Veich
6 S 2909. Computation of teaching and supply costs of veterans
6 S 2986. Design and construction of highway bridges near certain dams
6 S 3084. Monument to Henry Milton Brainard
7 S 3147. Establish temporary National Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
7 S 3162. Relief of Helena Jange Chinn
7 S 3169. Amend Labor Relations Act of 1947
7 S 3177. Relief of Franco Contanzo
7 S 3295. Amend Railway Labor Act as to union shop agreements
7 S 3329. Relief of Kiyomi Kitamura
7 S 3332. Tort claims against U.S.
7 S 3397. Relief of Shigeko Sudo and Daniel Keller
7 S 3860. Relief of Okuni Kobayashi
7 S 3867. Construction of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
7 S 3907. Survey and repair vessels in National Defense Reserve Fleet
7 S 4007. Relief of Kozuko Kudo
7 S 4046. Relief of Chieko Fujiwara
7 S 4119. Relief of Mitsu Takanaka
7 SR 12. Amending cloture rule
7 SR 56. Hostilities in Indonesia
7 SR 113. Non-subsidized airlines continued by Civil Aeronautics Board
7 SR 120. Federal aid to apprehend Reuther assailants
7 SR 121. Interpretation of preamble to North Atlantic Pact
7 SR 140. Investigate labor-management relations
7 SR 160. Discharge Committee on Judiciary from consideration of HR 4567
7 SR 243. Favoring increase in educational program to combat Communism in foreign countries
7 SR 266. Greetings to Israel on second anniversary
7 SR 304. Investigate loan policy of Export-Import Bank
7 SJR 2. Amendment to Constitution providing for election of President and Vice President
7 SJR 24. Timber access roads
7 SJR 99. Approving Great Lakes-St. Lawrence agreement, with reservations
7 SJR 126. Additional hospital beds, veterans' hospitals
7 SJR 157. Establish special Bipartisan Coal Commission
8 SConR 56. Strengthening United Nations
8 SConR 77. Amending act relating to adjournment of Congress
8 SConR 94. Favoring reduction of armaments
8 HR 2023. Repeal tax on oleomargarine
8 HR 3191. Amendments. Compensation for injuries to U.S. employees
8 HR 3838. Amendments. Interior Department Appropriations Bill
8 HR 4146. Amendment. Appropriation for National Security Council
8 HR 4177. Amendments. Independent Offices Appropriations Bill
8 HR 5300. Amendment. Third Deficiency Appropriation Bill
8 HR 6230. Conveying lands to School District 5, Linn County, Ore
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8 S 1. Universal military training, and amendment
8 S 48. Relief of Mr. and Mrs. Mucillo Grassi
8 S 49. Statehood for Hawaii
8 S 50. Statehood for Alaska
8 S 230. Construction of Jefferson ,National Expansion Memorial
8 S 266. Federal Security Administration to bring certain theater productions to District of Columbia
8 S 337. Emergency professional Health Training Act of 1951
8 S 551. Prohibit discrimination in employment
8 S 561. Financial disclosure by elective officers of U.S. government
8 S 566. Relief of Helena Jange Chinn
8 S 567. Relief of Habibollah Farahnik and Nona Farahnik
8 S 571. Additional military and naval academies
8 S 677. Fix personnel strength of Marine Corps
8 S 788. Relief of Dora Jenny Wagner
8 S 789. Relief of Joseph Veich
8 S 872. Furnish emergency food aid to India
8 S 900. Create Federal corporation to improve efficiency of Federal employees
8 S 911. Relief of Mrs. Claire Phillips Clavier
9 S 912. Relief of Yoon Soon Kang
9 S 983. Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act as to import quotas
9 S 984. Amendment. Permit recruitment and employment of Mexican nationals
9 S 991. Safety regulations for longshoremen
9 S 1078. Relief of John J. Koning
9 S 1202. Provision of training services for handicapped
9 S 1247. Granting financial aid to Israel
9 S 1290. Salaries and expenses of President and others
9 S 1374. Equal pay for equal work for women
9 S 1421. Relief of Masako Sigiyama
9 S 1425. Relief of Mrs. Okuni Kobiyashi
9 S 1463. Provision for special services for handicapped schoolchildren
9 S 1464. Relief of Peter Kirwan and Ernest Kirwan
9 S 1572. Authorize presentation of claims by Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
9 S 1671. Relief of Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
9 S 1672. Relief of Fireman's Fund Insurance Company
9 S 1732. Prohibit discrimination in 'employment
9 S 1733. Anti-lynching
9 S 1734. Outlawing poll tax
9 S 1735. Strengthen Federal machinery for protection of civil rights
9 S 1736. Protection against discrimination in interstate transportation
9 S 1737. Amend civil rights statutes
9 S 1738. Protect right to political participation
9 S 1739. Strengthen laws on convict labor, peonage and slavery
9 S, 1944. Establish Commission on Revision of Anti-trust laws
9 S, 1976. Home rule in District of Columbia
9 S 2051. Relief of Naomi Saito
9 S 2090. Relief of Urho Patokoski and family
9 S 2168. Relief of Chin Ly Bing and Chin Loy Yen
9 S 2283. Relief of William F. Friedman
9 S 2284. Financial disclosure by congressmen and others
9 S 2300. Authorize Commissioner of Education to encourage drama in schools, colleges and universities
9 S 2301. Provide nursing scholarships
9 S 2343. Amend immigration laws
9 S 2411. Prohibit employees of Internal Revenue from engaging in other business
9 S 2412. Placing Collectors of Internal Revenue under Civil Service
9 S 2441. Administration and discipline of National Security Training Corps
9 S 2594. Amendment. Extension to Defense Production Act of 1950
9 S 2639. Amend Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act
9 S 2649. Relief of Edith Winifred Loch
9 S 2688. Addition of Willamette National Cemetery to Lincoln Memorial Park, Portland, Ore
9 S 2812. Authorize construction of Snake River Reclamation Project
9 S 2817. Confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims in claim of Mary K. Reynolds. (Colonial Realty Co.)
9 S 2842. Revise immigration laws
9 S 2875. Assist states in removal of adult illiteracy
9 S 2878. Relief of Michael D. Singh
9 S 2999. Provide effective method of dealing with labor disputes
9 S 3016. Provide orderly procedure for relinquishing possession of steel plants
10 S 3023. Provide for a Federal supply catalog system
10 S 3116. Relief of L. R. Swarthout
10 S 3117. Relief of Lew Shee
10 S 3118. Relief of Kiyoko Oda Hitesman and Maria Hitesman
10 S 3131. Amend Universal Military Training and Service Act as to aliens
10 S 3244. Relief of Rose L. Kerrigan
10 S 3319. Increase injury benefits, longshoremen
10 S 3368. Prohibit discrimination in employment
10 S 3369. Authorize appeal to Subversive Activities Control Board by person denied passport
10 S 3411. Relief of Marie T. Gonsalves
10 S 3481. Extend certain protection to uniformed members of armed forces
10 SR 41. Amend cloture rule
10 SR 148. Create standing committee on veterans' affairs
10 SR 169. Create select committee on consumer interests
10 SR 170. Investigate attempts of foreign governments to influence U.S. foreign policy. (China Lobby)
10 SR 334. Requiring report on senatorial employees
10 SR 349. Armed services voting rights
10 SJR 20. Amendment. Tidelands oil and mineral rights
10 SJR 21. Plaque for statue of Edward Dickinson Baker
11 SJR 27. Approving agreement, U.S.-Canada, as to development of Great Lakes-St. Lawrence basin
11 SJR 32. Timber access roads
11 SJR 107. Establish Commission on Ethics in Government
11 SJR 130. Constitutional amendment as to making of treaties. (Bricker Amendment)
11 SJR 168. Authorizing inquiry into private utilities by Federal Trade Commission
11 SJR 169. Establish Commission on Immigration
11 SConR 44. Establish rules of procedure in congressional investigations
11 SConR 70. Accepting statues of John McLoughlin and Jason Lee for placement in capitol
11 SConR 71. Authorize temporary placement of statues of John McLoughlin and Jason Lee in capitol
11 SConR 82. Expressing friendly interest in Republic of India
11 SJR 4. Timber access roads
11 HR 1724. Modification and substitute. Renegotiation of contracts
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11 S 49. Statehood for Hawaii
11 S 50. Statehood for Alaska
11 S 51. Statehood for Hawaii
11 S 88. Addition of veterans burial plot to Willamette National Cemetery
11 S 89. Authorize presentation of claims by Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
11 S 107. Amendment. "Oil for education." Tidelands oil proposal
11 S 176. Equal pay for equal work for women
11 S 334. Financial disclosure by congressmen and others
11 S 462. Anti-lynching
11 S 463. Outlawing poll tax
11 S 464. Reorganize Department of Justice for protection of civil rights
11 S 465. Provide relief against discrimination in public transportation
11 S 466. Strengthen laws relating to convict labor, peonage, slavery
11 S 467. Protect right to political participation
11 S 468. Amend and supplement civil rights statutes
11 S 534. Assure equal rights to all persons in District of Columbia
11 S 535. Establish Commission on Civil Rights in executive branch
11 S 544. Assist states in removal of adult illiteracy
11 S 603. Prohibit labor espionage
11 S 672. Relief of Agostino Giusto
11 S 673. Relief of Urho Patokowski and family
11 S 674. Relief of Kikue Tsurukawa
12 S 675. Amend Sec. 2312 of Title 18, U.S. Code to include trailers and semi-trailers
12 S 692. Prohibit discrimination in employment
12 S 703. Protect uniformed members of armed forces
12 S 723. Relief of Rose L. Kerrigan
12 S 724. Relief of Thomas J. Akers
12 S 833. Provide for better evaluation of fiscal requirements
12 S 970. Authorize construction of Jefferson National Memorial on site
12 S 1022. Relief of L. R. Swarthout
12 S 1024. Provide for distribution of proceeds of judgement awarded Umpqua, Calapooia and Ma-lal-la-la Indians
12 S 1025. Provide for distribution of proceeds of judgement awarded Alcea band of Tillamook, Coquille, Too-Too-To-Ney and Chetko Indians
12 S 1049. Encourage states to hold preferential primaries for office of President
12 S 1053. Relief of Marie T. Gonsalves
12 S 1054. Increase injury benefits, longshoremen
12 S 1195. Compensation for unused leave of servicemen
12 S 1196. Amend Sec. 402(d) of Career Compensation Act of 1949
12 S 1252. Rights of states in tidal lands
12 S 1357. Strengthen Robinson-Patman Anti-Price-Discrimination Act as to small business
12 S 1437. Relief of Lew Shee
12 S 1515. Consent of Congress to establish Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
12 S 1568. Increase amount of gross income for dependent child
12 S 1612. Relief of Michael Arens and Nancy Arens
13 S 1664. Authorize construction and operation of Snake River project. (Hells Canyon dam)
13 S 1664. (Concluded)
13 S 1891. Relief of Lee Jahn Wong
13 S, 1901. Amendment. Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act
13 S, 1917. Amendment. Special quota immigrant visas
13 S, 1927. Relief of Akiko Hatano
13 S, 1946. Amendment. Crime prevention in District of Columbia
13 S 2138. Repeal certain provisions of Trade Agreement Extension Act of 1951
13 S 2260. Provide disability insurance and rehabilitation benefits
13 S 2267. Provide additional emergency assistance to farmers and stockmen
13 S 2282. Relief of Aina Brizga
13 S 2307. Relief of Harold George Wetzlmair
13 S 2327. Automobiles for disabled veterans
13 S 2356. Relief of Deborah Todd
13 S 2366. Relief of Ito Yukiko
13 S 2413. Home rule, District of Columbia
14 S 2537. Confer jurisdiction on U.S. District Court for District of Columbia in case of Clackamas County, Ore. against Secretary of the Interior Douglas McKay and Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson. (0. and C. case)
14 S 2570. Establish Federal agency for handicapped
14 S 2578. Relief of Joseph T. Hallock
14 S 2579. Creation of Eleventh Judicial Circuit
14 S 2585. Revise immigration laws
14 S 2590. Amend Federal Power Act
14 S 2759. Amendment. Vocational Rehabilitation Act
14 S 2763. Amendment. Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act
14 S 2802. Encourage distribution of fishery products
14 S 2863. Amend Sec. 47 of National Defense Act as to bonds for ROTC property
14 S 2949. Continue authority for loans under Title V, Housing Act of 1949
14 S 2962. Milk price supports
14 S 3044. Agricultural Commodities Utilization Act
14 S 3079. Issuance of dairy-diet dividend certificates
14 S 3126. Relief of Waltraut Claassen
14 S 3127. Establish veterans' hospital facilities at Camp White
14 S 3132. Pollution control, Potomac River
14 S 3142. Promote ethics in government
14 S 3147. Relief of Margarete R. Zimmerman
14 S 3184. Amendment. Federal Aid Highway Act of 1954
14 S 3218. Relief of Maria Elena Venegas and Sarah Lucia Venegas
14 S 3314. Creation of an eleventh judicial circuit
14 S 3387. Changes in regulation of public utilities in District of Columbia
14 S 3443. Increase in pay of certain government officers and employees
14 S 3444. Increase in pay of field service postal employees
14 S 3483. Relief of Lee In Ja
14 S 3540. Relief of Aldo Timossi
15 S 3553. Provide unemployment reinsurance grants to states
15 S 3623. Provide for power generation at Cougar dam
15 S 3624. Provide for power generation at Green Peter dam
15 S 3690. Amendments. Atomic Energy Act
15 S 3706. Amendments. Amending Subversive Activities Control Act of 1950
15 S 3735. Relief of Tomas Gumtang Subia
15 S 3742. Claims of Mid-Columbia River Indians in connection with construction of The Dalles dam
15 S 3856. Pollution control, Potomac River
15 S 3878. Amend District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act
15 SR 32. Increase membership of Committee on Armed Services and Labor and Public. Welfare
15 SR 38. Create Committee on Consumer Interests
15 SR 59. Requiring publication on senatorial employees
15 SR 70. Remonstrating treatment of Jews in USSR
15 SR 83. Uniform rules of conduct for senate committee hearings
15 SR 84. Remonstrating treatment of minorities in USSR
15 SR 93. Requesting President to proclaim National Mental Health Week
15 SR 96. Investigation of director of National Bureau of Standards. (Battery additive AD-X2 case)
15 SR 97. Discharge Committee on Rules and Administration from further consideration, of SR 32
15 SR 114. Inquire into activities of Chandler interests in Los Angeles. (Los Angeles Times)
15 SR 142. Investigation of Federal Power Commission procedures
15 SR 160. Investigate attempts of foreign governments to influence U.S. foreign policy. (China Lobby)
15 SR 180. Amending committee assignments to Armed Services and Labor committees
15 SR 256. Establish rules of procedure for investigations by Senate committees
15 SR 291. Amending cloture rules
15 SR 301. Amendment. Censure of Senator McCarthy
16 SJR 13. Amendments. Offshore oil bill
16 SJR 18. Establish commission on offshore oil
16 SJR, 19. Amend Constitution as to election of President and Vice President
16 SJR 56. Creation of international food reserve
16 SJR 73. Designating Lake Umatilla
16 SJR 86. Timber access roads
16 SJR 103. Constitutional amendment lowering voting age to 18
16 SJR 107. Increase minimum wage
16 SJR 110. Establish Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Commission
16 SJR 112. Constitutional amendment lowering voting age to 18
16 SJR 130. Requesting President to proclaim National Mental Health Week
16 SJR 145. Tidelands oil for education
16 SJR 182. Create Commission on Security in Government and Industry
16 SConR 3. Establish Joint Congressional Committee on Civil Rights
16 SConR 10. Establish rules of procedure in Congressional investigations
16 SConR 11. Establish rules of procedure in cases where a member of Congress, in debate, makes derogatory remarks about a citizen of the U.S.
16 SConR 27. Reduction of armaments and increase in economic aid
16 SConR 32. Favoring universal disarmament
16 SConR 50. Requiring signed statement of conference reports
16 SConR 64. Establishing codes of fair committee procedure
16 HR 3704. Amendments. Business incorporations in District of Columbia
16 HR 5173. Amendments. Federal unemployment compensation reserve
16 HR 6025. Amendment. Federal property to Leahi hospital, Honolulu
17 HR 8224. Amendments. Reduction of excise taxes
17 HR 8300. Amendments. Revision of internal revenue laws, as to health and accident benefits and depreciation schedules
17 HR 8367. Amendment. Appropriations, John Day, Ice Harbor, Chief Joseph, and The Dalles dams
17 HR 8377. Amendment. Columbia basin flood control
17 HR 9366. Amendments. Amend Social Security Act and Internal Revenue Code to benefit aged
17 HR 9474. Amendment, substitute. Trade agreements extension
17 HR 9936. Amendment. Supplemental appropriation, John Day dam
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17 S 1. Increase pay for postal officers and employees
17 S 5. Provide funds for construction of elementary and secondary schools
17 S 11. Amend Robinson-Patman Act as to equality of opportunity
17 S 49. Admission to statehood of Alaska and Hawaii
17 S 67. Adjust pay rates of certain officers and employees of Federal government
17 S 166. Educational assistance program for children of servicemen killed in line of duty
17 S 184. Changes in regulation of public utilities, District of Columbia
17 S 462. Amendments. Increase salaries of judges, justices and members of congress
17 S 468. Relief of Marie T. Gonsalves
17 S 469. Relief of Dorothy Whitman
17 S 470. Relief of Edith Winifred Loch
17 S 471. Relief of Aina Brizga
17 S 472. Relief of Lee In Ja
17 S 473. Relief of Urho Patokoski and family
17 S 474. Relief of Maria Elena Venegas and Sarah Lucia Venegas
17 S 475. Relief of Margarete R. Zimmerman
17 S 476. Relief of Harold Swarthout
17 S 477. Relief of Aldo Timossi
17 S 478. Relief of Tomas Gumtang Subia
17 S 521. Enable women of 60 to qualify for social security benefits
17 S 590. Rendition of musical compositions in coin-operated machines
17 S 594. Increase injury benefits to longshoremen
17 S 652. Encourage states to hold presidential preference primaries
17 S 660. Amend U.S. Code, Sections 2311, 2312, 2313, to include tractors, trailers, and semi-trailers
17 S 669. Home rule for District of Columbia
17 S 686. Provide Federal Assistance to states in construction of elementary and secondary schools
18 S 772. Amend Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act to benefit education
18 S 899. Prohibit discrimination in employment
18 S 900. Anti-lynching
18 S 901. Outlawing poll tax
18 S 902. Reorganize Department of Justice for protection of civil rights
18 S 903. Protect right to political participation
18 S 904. Strengthen laws relating to convict labor, peonage, slavery
18 S 905. Amend and supplement civil rights statutes
18 S 906. Establish Commission on Civil Rights in executive branch
18 S 907. Protect civil rights
18 S 908. Relief against discrimination in public transportation
18 S 985. Establish Alaska International Rail and Highway Commission
18 S 1048. Amendment. Amend and supplement Federal Aid Road Act
18 S 1089. Protection of uniformed members of armed services
18 S 1206. Amend immigration laws
18 S 1215. Claims of Mid-Columbia River Indians arising from construction of The Dalles dam
18 S 1333. Authorize Hells Canyon dam. (part 1)
19 S 1333. Authorize Hells Canyon dam. (part 2)
20 S 1333. Authorize Hells Canyon dam. (part 3)
21 S 1373. Promote economic use of Indian lands
21 S 1503. Relief of Harold George Jackson
21 S 1504. Relief of Yee Loy Foo
21 S 1505. Increase salaries of teachers in District of Columbia
21 S 1589. Amend Railroad Retirement Act and Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act
21 S 1628. Provide farm disaster relief (emergency acreage allotments)
21 S 1635. Amend and extend Sugar Act of 1948
21 S 1644. Prescribe policy and procedure in construction contracts made by executive agencies
21 S 1672. Relief of Bruno Romeo
21 S 1673. Relief of Thomas J. Akers
21 S 1674. Relief of Lawrence A. Woolhether
21 S 1691. Insure effective and equitable distribution of infantile paralysis vaccine
21 S 1770. Provide for wheat marketing certificates
21 S 1802. Extend Small Business Act of 1953
21 S 1823. Authorize construction of certain works for improvement of Niagara River for power
21 S 1835. Amend District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act
21 S, 1951. Establish Federal Agency for Handicapped
21 S, 1976. Authorize payment by government of medical expenses of persons contracting poliomyelitis subsequent to receiving vaccines therefor
21 S 2043. Authorize transfer of Oregon land to relocate Indians at site of The Dalles dam
21 S 2052. Relief of Demetrios K. Georgaras
21 S 2053. Relief of Ivan Gerasko
21 S 2127. Amend Small Business Act of 1953
21 S 2234. Authorize Juniper Division, Wapinitia Reclmation Project
21 S 2277. Amendment. Conveyance of land to City of Sioux Falls, S.D
21 S 2280. Increase disability benfits, longshoremen
21 S 2282. Amend Renegotiation Act of 1951 to provide review by Court of Appeals
21 S 2283. Relief of City of Coos Bay, Ore
21 S 2312. Relief of certain Korean War orphans
21 S 2344. Make Recorder of Deeds, District of Columbia, subject to Hatch Act
21 S 2379. Provide for training of personnel for fishing industry of U.S.
21 S 2427. Compensation for District of Columbia policemen and firemen on special duty days
21 S 2428. Increase salaries of District of Columbia policemen and firemen
21 S 2432. Permit coastwise trade of barge Irrigon
21 S 2493. Amend Civil Service Act to benefit children of female employees
21 S 2498. Provide investigation of Fort Clatsop as national monument
21 S 2499. Provide investigation of Indian Post Office, Lolo National Forest, Id., as national monument
21 S 2555. Authorize Public Utilities Commission of District of Columbia to regulate payment of dividends
21 S 2576. Amend District of Columbia street railway merger resolution of 1933
21 S 2577. Amendment. Define, and control bank holding companies
21 S 2579. Relief of Lee Poy
21 S 2597. Terminate franchise of Capital Transit Company
21 S 2602. Extend veterans' benefits to persons serving after Jan. 31, 1955
21 S 2655. Provide free postage for armed forces overseas
21 S 2657. Set compensation rate of Commissioners of District of Columbia
21 S 2702. Encourage export of cotton and limit import of manufactured cotton goods
21 S 2704. Amendment. Authorize funds for highway-railroad grade separation in District of Columbia
22 S 2731. Direct Renegotiation Board to determine excess profits, if any, of W. A. Rushlight Co
22 S 2746. Relief of Tigi M. Tapusoa
22 S 2747. Requiring financial disclosure by congressmen and others
22 S 2790. Assistance in provision of housing for elderly
22 S 2866. Amend Small Business Act of 1953
22 S 2877. Revoke Federal Power Commission license for hydroelectric project in Upper McKenzie River area (Beaver Marsh)
22 S 2960. Amend Small Business Act of 1953 as to disaster loans
22 S 2962. Extend Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1952
22 S 3040. Relief of Gertrud Charlotte Samuelis
22 S 3097. Relating to mine inspection
22 S 3101. Authorize construction of Crooked River Federal Reclamation Project
22 S 3107. Amend Clayton Act to allow small businessmen freedom of choice
22 S 3119. Provide survivor benefits to child not be considered taxable income
22 S 3128. Establish corporate income tax rates of 22% normal and 30% surtax
22 S 3129. Establish corporate income tax rates of 22% normal and 31% surtax
22 S 3137. Provide insurance against flood damage
22 S 3156. Authorize presentation of claims of Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw tribes of Indians
22 S 3158. Amend slum clearance laws, provide for National Mortgage Corp.
22 S 3159. Establish Department of Housing and Urban Affairs
22 S 3174. Incorporate Veterans of World War I of the United States of America
22 S 3176. Amend Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act as to poultry
22 S 3179. Relief of Redentor Ligot Romero
22 S 3183. Amendments. Provide for improved farm program
22 S 3186. Establish Commission on National Housing Policy
22 S 3210. Change name of Clearwater National Forest to Bernard DeVoto National Forest
22 S 3216. Relief of Constantinos Vasilios Lilles
22 S 3222. Regulation of small loan business in District of Columbia
22 S 3242. Provide for Federal contribution to election campaigns of major political parties
22 S 3244. Relief of C. H. Abrams
22 S 3245. Relief of Koriku Katu
22 S 3250. Revoke Federal Power Commission license for Pelton Project no. 2030
22 S 3276. Relief of Jan. Hovorka
22 S 3308. Permit income tax deduction for certain political contributions
22 S 3338. Regulate rates charged cooperatives and public bodies for electric power generated at Federal projects
22 S 3420. Timber access roads
22 S 3421. Educational assistance for war orphans
22 S 3457. Amendment. Authorize conveyance of property to Pierce County, Wn
22 S 3504. Encourage discovery and production of chromite in U.S.
22 S 3514. Relief of Heber Lee Bond
22 S 3517. Reorganize safety functions of Federal government
22 S 3532. Acceptance of Ft. Stevens Military Cemetery
22 S 3616. Amend Railroad Retirement Act as to disability benefits
23 S 3633. Relief of H. G. Purvis
23 S 3702. Suspend duty on alumina and bauxite
23 S 3725. Increase Civil Service annuities
23 S 3742. Public use of public domain forest lands and forest reserves
23 S 3760. Amendments. Provide improved farm program
23 S 3790. Family farm credit
23 S 3850. Financial assistance for orchards destroyed or damaged by natural disasters
23 S 3962. Use of broadcasting stations by presidential and vice presidential candidates
23 S 3997. Extend and amend Renegotiation Act of 1951
23 S 4013. Establish National Wilderness Preservation Council
23 S 4017. Authorize program of Federal financial assistance for education
23 S 4059. Provide for price reporting and research as to forest products
23 S 4093. Relief of Sally Ann Probert
23 S 4096. Establish recreational use policy of national forests
23 S 4141. Relief of Nicolaos Papathanasiou
23 S 4156. Assist cotton textile industry in world market
23 S 4188. Relief of Yumi Yamaguchi
23 S 4201. Relief of Harold Eugene Moore
23 S 4202. Relief of Bernard H. Carty
23 S 4225. Direct Secretary of Agriculture to convey certain lands to State of Oregon (Big Meadows)
23 S 4259. Relief of Harry G. Brown and Frances Brown
23 S 4278. Amend Federal Power Act to define comprehensive plan
23 S 4286. Revise basis for establishing wartime service connection for multiple sclerosis
23 S 4300. Relief of Sime Ivanov
23 SR 16. Creating Standing Committee on Small Business
23 SR 18. Continued investigation of Communist conspiracy
23 SR 55. Favoring action by United Nations to terminate hostilities between Communist China and Nationalist China
23 SR 71. Favoring reduction of armaments
23 SR 76. Disapproving sale of rubber-producing facilities
23 SR 77. Providing that conference reports shall lie over one day before consideration
23 SR 86. Provide for creation of International Food and Raw Materials Reserve
23 SR 101. Provide for code of fair committee procedure in senate
23 SR 109. Create special committee to study Canadian Family Allowance Act
23 SR 139. Tribute to Winston Churchill
23 SR 226. Print copies of prayers by Senate Chaplain
23 SR 229. Favoring self-rule by people of Cyprus
23 SR 280. Expressing hope for recovery of President
23 SR 298. Opposing discriminatory action against citizens because of religious faith
23 SR 319. Create Standing Committee on Veterans' Affairs
23 SJR, 19. Provide for more effective control of narcotic drugs
23 SJR 28. Amendment. Authorizing President to employ armed forces of U.S. to protect Formosa
23 SJR 31. Amendment. Constitutional amendment providing for election of President and Vice President
23 SJR 41. Establish national policy for production and utilization of food and fiber
23 SJR 46. Provide for nationwide analysis of problems of mental illness
23 SJR 74. Authorize erection of statue of Leif Ericsson in District of Columbia
23 SJR 86. Subject submerged lands under marginal seas to provisions of Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act
23 SJR 87. Repeal charter and franchise of Capital Transit Company
23 SJR 139. Provide for observance of 50th anniversary of first conference of state governors
23 SJR 143. Determine best means of eliminating hazards of Bureau of Reclamation canal in Klamath Falls
23 SJR 171. Direct Interstate Commerce Commission to investigate shortage of railroad freight cars
23 SCR 2. Establish Joint Committee on Central Intelligence
23 SCR 8. Establish Joint Congressional Committee on Civil Rights
23 SCR 18. Favoring cooperation of people in respect to mental illness (National Mental Health Week)
23 SCR 21. Expressing sense of Congress that Joint Resolution [283 with respect to Formosa shall not include Matsu and Quemoy islands
23 SCR 22. Favoring U.S. participation in U.N. commission on effect of nuclear explosions
23 SCR 36. Requiring conference reports to include statements signed by majority of managers of each house
24 HR 1. Amendment. Extend authority of President to enter into trade agreements
24 HR 1459. Amendment. Conveyance of land in Orange County, N.Y. to village of Highland Falls, N.Y
24 HR 2109. Amendment. Permanent appointment to Navy and Marine Corps
24 HR 2889. Amendment. Conveyance of certain land in Nedecah, Wis., to village of Nedecah
24 HR 2973. Amendment. Conveyance of land in Macon County, Ga. to Georgia State Board of Education
24 HR 3338. Amendment. Alaska railroad bill. (Public law only)
24 HR 3693. Amendment. Increase term of judges in District of Columbia tax court
24 HR 4259. Amendments. Extension of corporate normal-tax rate
24 HR 4904. Amendment. (Congressional Record only)
24 HR 5265. Amendment. Exempt certain foreign travel from transportation tax
24 HR 5881. Amendment. Federal cooperation in non-Federal reclamation projects
24 HR 7000. Amendment. Strengthening Reserve Forces
24 HR 7225. Amendments. Amendment to Social Security Act as to public assistance, children receiving survivor benefits
24 HR 7471. Amendment. Conveyance of certain lands of U.S. to Board of Commissioners of Saint Johns County, Fla
24 HR 7619. Amendments. Executive Pay Act
24 HR 9166. Amendments. Extension of corporate-normal tax rate and certain excise tax rates
24 HR 9370. Amendment. National Park Service appropriation (Petroglyphs at The Dalles)
24 HR 9739. Amendment. Independent Offices appropriations
24 HR 9770. Amendments. District of Columbia revenue bill
24 HR 10660. Amendments. Federal-Aid Road Act of 1916
24 HR 12080. Amendment. Eliminate Bruce's Eddy project
24 Treaty. Amendments. Mutual defense treaty with Republic of China
85th Congress
List of legislation sponsored and cosponsored by Senator Wayne L. Morse, 85th Congress, 1st and 2nd sessions. General correspondence concerning private bills introduced by Senator Wayne L. Morse in 85th Congress.
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24 S 7. Amend Robinson-Patman Act with respect to equality of opportunity
24 S 29. Cemetery at Fort Stevens (no bill in file)
24 S 49. Admission of Alaska into the Union
24 S 50. Admission of Hawaii into the Union
24 S 150. Reduce taxes on small business. (no bill in file)
24 S 338. Modification of existing project for Yaquina bay and harbor
24 S 339. Establish recreational use of national forests
24 S 347. Modification of existing project for Siuslaw River
24 S 348. Permit payment of estate taxes in installments
24 S 350. Amend Internal Revenue Code as to unincorporated businesses
24 S 351. Amend Internal Revenue Code to permit certain depreciation for used property
24 S 352. Impose graduated income tax on corporate income of corporation
24 S 469. Authorize U.S. to defray cost of assisting Klamath Tribe of Indians to prepare for termination of Federal Supervision, and defer termination for 18 months
24 S 498. Reduce to 60 years the age at which women qualify for social security benefits
24 S 500. Protection of right of political participation
24 S 501. Establish Commission on Civil Rights
24 S 502. Reorganize Department of Justice for protection of civil rights
24 S 503. Provide relief against discrimination in interstate transportation facilities
24 S 504. Extend protection to uniformed members of armed forces
24 S 505. Anti-lynching
24 S 506. Prohibit discrimination in employment
24 S 507. Outlaw poll tax
24 S 508. Amend and supplement civil rights statutes
24 S 509. Strengthen laws relating to convict labor, peonage, slavery
24 S 510. Secure and strengthen civil rights laws
24 S 512. Authorize construction of power plants, Niagara River
24 S 528. Relief of Nicolaos Papathanasiou
24 S 529. Provide for conveyance of Fort Stevens Military Cemetery to U.S.
24 S 535. Increase rates of disability payments by Veterans' Administration
24 S 713. Increase Civil Service retirement and disability benefits
24 S 714. Extend provisions of Veterans' Readjustments Assistance Act of 1952
25 S 726. Provide for use of National Service Life Insurance Fund for home loans to veterans
25 S 768. Designate bridge over Potomac as Rochambeau Memorial Bridge
25 S 774. Provide improved farm program (Domestic parity, 2-price wheat)
25 S 778. Prohibit trading in onion futures
25 S 809. Provide economic assistance to American Indians
25 S 828. Authorizing mine safety inspections
25 S 840. Provide for price reporting and research in forest products
25 S 846. Establish National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission
25 S 848. Incorporate Veterans of World War I of the U. S. of A.
25 S 866. Authorize special non-quota immigrant visas to orphans
25 S 884. Relief of Ray Wilkinson
25 S 931. Reorganization of safety functions of Federal government
25 S 969. Prescribe as to evidence value of blood tests of alcohol
25 S 973. Relief of Yun Wha Yoon Holsman
25 S 1016. Stimulate industrial development near Indian reservations (opinion only)
25 S 1038. Relief of Julio and Remedios Austria
25 S 1088. Extension of National Service Life Insurance Program for certain veterans
25 S 1091. Stimulate industrial development near Indian reservations
25 S 1092. Stimulate teaching and research in education of mentally retarded children
25 S 1128. Compulsory inspection of poultry and poultry products
25 S 1134. Authorize Federal financial assistance for education
25 S 1135. Amend Fair Labor Standards Act as to certain retail employees
25 S 1136. Authorize timber access roads
25 S 1137. Amend Social Security Act as to age limit on disability benefits
25 S 1156. Authorize sale of wheat for feed
25 S 1159. Amend Fair Labor Standards Act as to certain retail employees
25 S 1176. Establish National Wilderness Preservation System
25 S 1178. Amend U.S. Code as to wage provisions for small telephone exchanges
25 S 1179. Relief of Harold George Jackson
25 S 1180. Relief of Heber Lee Bond
25 S 1209. Amend Social Security Act as to medical care
25 S 1228. Establish National Radiation Health Institute
25 S 1237. Provide national scholarships for undergraduates
25 S 1267. Amend Fair Labor Standards Act as to minimum wages
26 S 1273. Amend Fair Labor Standards Act to cover employees in food industry
26 S 1289. Home rule for District of Columbia
26 S 1298. Assist states in vocational education programs
26 S 1312. Relief of Harry G. Brown and Frances Brown
26 S 1313. Increase railroad retirement benefits
26 S 1391. Attendance of U.S.M.A. cadets at chapel (letter only)
26 S 1393. Authorize National Potato Grade Labeling Act
26 S 1407. Incorporate Veterans of World War I of the U.S. of A.
26 S 1425. Limit acreage of small reclamation projects
26 S 1436. Provide administration by farmers of soil conservation laws
26 S 1529. Conveyance of U.S. property to Klamath County
26 S 1533. Amend Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act
26 S 1585. Provide for evaluation of fiscal requirements of executive agencies
26 S 1590. Amend District of Columbia sales tax as to food
26 S 1591. Repeal transportation tax
26 S 1594. Provide for administration by farmers of Federal Crop Insurance Act
26 S 1597. Establish Federal Agency for Handicapped
26 S 1630. Remove inequities from Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act
26 S 1635. Amend and extend Sugar Act of 1948
26 S 1660. Relief of Karin Tittel Taylor
26 S 1661. Relief of Lettie Jane Sparling and Wesley Wayne Sparling
26 S 1662. Commemorative stamp: Oregon centennial
26 S 1663. Relief of Harold Eugene Moore
26 S 1664. Relief of Bernard H. Carty
26 S 1680. Amend Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937 to include cranberries
26 S 1685. Relief of Sic Gun Chau and Hing Man Chau
26 S 1694. Provision of housing for middle-income and elderly
26 S 1739. Relief of Chue Ling Chun
26 S 1807. Prohibit sex discrimination in wages
26 S 1808. Provide financial assistance for orchards destroyed or damaged by natural disaster (Milton-Freewater bill)
27 S 1809. Provide relief for damaged orchards
27 S 1846. Home rule in District of Columbia (memo only)
27 S 1848. Relief of Michele Patricia Hill
27 S 1849. Relative responsibility law, District of Columbia
27 S 1853. Provide wider coverage under Fair Labor Standards Act
27 S 1870. Amend U.S. Code as to music played in coin-operated machines
27 S, 1935. Consent and approval of Congress to Oregon-Washington Columbia River Boundary Project
27 S, 1982. Authorize issuance of school construction bonds in District of Columbia
27 S, 1983. Amend law on limitation of liability on vessels
27 S 2010. Relief of Michele Patricia Hill
27 S 2020. Amend Railroad Retirement Act (correspondence only)
27 S 2021. Authorize banks to underwrite and deal in state and municipal securities
27 S 2047. Provide for acquisition by United States of all Klamath Tribal lands (Klamath termination act)
27 S 2066. Relief of Sally Ann Hobson
27 S 2113. Amend Federal Power Act as to income tax depreciation
27 S 2130. Amend Mutual Security Act
27 S 2140. Increase pension to Civil War widows
27 S 2141. Authorize District of Columbia to borrow from U.S. Treasury for school construction
27 S 2144. Provide for construction of Bully Creek dam, Vale Federal Reclamation project
27 S 2159. Establish Department of Housing and Urban Affairs
27 S 2199. Relief of Reinhard Klinefelter
27 S 2200. Relief of Louis James Seligson
27 S 2206. Amend Bonneville Project Act to permit priority and preferential claims
27 S 2260. Relief of Annalies Kramer
27 S 2280. Establish uniform qualifications for jurors in Federal courts
27 S 2300. Prescribe policy and procedures in construction contracts made by executive agencies
27 S 2302. Relief of James Charles McCain
27 S 2309. Relief of Elaine Elva Oliver
27 S 2312. Relief of Eldentroud Watson
27 S 2318. Conveyance of United States land to Salem, Ore
27 S 2322. Relief of Linda Diane Hunt
27 S 2323. Relief of Barbara Marie Waddington
27 S 2324. Relief of Elaine Marie Simonton
27 S 2325. Relief of Benjamin Paul Klinger
27 S 2341. Consent of Congress to Klamath River Basin Compact
27 S 2352. Relief of Deanna Marie Greene
27 S 2353. Relief of Charles Frederick Canfield
27 S 2377. Amendment. Establishing procedures for production of government records in criminal cases in U.S. courts (Jencks Bill)
27 S 2382. Relief of John Tompkins
27 S 2396. Relief of W. A. Rushlight
27 S 2433. Construction of basic recreation facilities, Owyhee Reservoir area
27 S 2466. Repeal of Sustained Yield Act of March 29, 1944
27 S 2486. Relief of Wanda Carlene Boll
27 S 2487. Relief of Yu, Sang Ku
27 S 2488. Relief of Kim, Hyun Suck
27 S 2489. Require humane trapping methods
27 S 2521. Relief of Jeffery Tucker
27 S 2559. Relief of Judy Kay Dennis
27 S 2560. Relief of Raymond Lloyd Gourley
27 S 2561. Relief of Myrna LeAnne Morse
27 S 2575. Relief of Erna Wiedling
27 S 2599. Relief of Peter Kim May
27 S 2600. Relief of Patsy Deanne Roth
27 S 2601. Compensate State of Oregon for firefighting costs (Vincent Creek)
27 S 2635. Relief of Stefani Daniela and Casabianca Abra
27 S 2662. Liberalization of disability pension awards
27 S 2663. Relief of Russell Dean Hood
27 S 2667. Establish Standing Joint Committee on the District of Columbia
27 S 2679. Relief of Diann Marie Vesper
27 S 2690. Relief of Yvonne Cypert
27 S 2708. Relief of Sterling Keith Polson and Dawn Poison
27 S 2729. Extending or renewing loans made by Reconstruction Finance Corp.
27 S 2748. Relief of Philip Galen Fitch
27 S 2797. Relief of Clyde Bruce Aitchison, Jr
27 S 2826. Authorization of Waldo Lake tunnel
27 S 2847. Requiring Federal Power Commission to license only projects having maximum benefits
27 S 2861. Extend National Wool Act of 1954
28 S 2865. Amend Housing Act of 1941 to authorize financial assistance for relocation (Arlington, Ore.)
28 S 2873. Amend International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 to restore certain property rights
28 S 2924. Provide price support for dairy products
28 S 3010. Relief of Jose Mararac
28 S 3011. Provide effective system of administration of personnel in executive branch
28 S 3079. Permit action for damages for violation of Robinson-Patman Act
28 S 3087. Establish Fort Clatsop National Memorial
28 S 3091. Establish minimum price support for wheat
28 S 3114. Establish Columbia River Development Corporation
28 S 3183. Extend brucellocis eradication program
28 S 3185. Amendment. Promote conservation of migratory fish and game
28 S 3187. Stimulate number of students in science and technical fields
28 S 3188. Prohibit discrimination by age in hiring by government contractors
28 S 3193. Relief of Vincent R. Gonzales
28 S 3194. Provide tax adjustments for small businesses
28 S 3233. Initiate and support space study
28 S 3244. Provide unemployment reinsurance grants to states
28 S 3247. Limit mining claims in national forests
28 S 3257. Enforce constitutional right to equal protection under laws
28 S 3259. Increase funds for hospital construction in District of Columbia
28 S 3263. Reduce income and excise taxes
28 S 3264. Reduce income and excise taxes
28 S 3306. Prohibit gifts to public officials by interested parties
28 S 3311. Assist states and communities in school construction and teacher salaries
28 S 3316. Relief of Kiyoshi Ueda
28 S 3318. Amend Mutual Security Act
28 S 3344. Prescribe procedures for issuance of passports
28 S 3346. Requiring members of congress and others to disclose income sources
28 S 3406. Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 as to wheat acreage history
28 S 3411. Increase income tax exemption
28 S 3414. Appropriations for highway construction
28 S 3418. Amendment.: Interest rates on veterans' housing (Press release only)
28 S 3430. Extension of loan program for fur farmers
28 S 3486. Safety regulations, longshoremen
28 S 3493. Amend District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act
28 S 3508. Amend Social Security Act as to medical and hospital benefits
29 S 3514. Establish national food allotment program
29 S 3600. Amendment. Provide for purchasing program for copper, lead, manganese, and zinc
29 S 3646. Transfer of Freedmen's Hospital to Howard University
29 S 3647. Amendment. District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act
29 S 3683. Program to alleviate unemployment in depressed areas
29 S 3687. Provide for return of portion of Federal income tax to states to be used for educational purposes
29 S 3709. Increase forest research program
29 S 3710. Extend Title IV of Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act
29 S 3713. Authorize loans for construction at educational institutions
29 S 3749. Relief of Milan Boric
29 S 3768. Relief of Hing Man Chau
29 S 3850. Amend Federal Trade Commission Act as to small business
29 S 3851. Promoting fair trade (press release only)
29 S 3853. Authorize sale, lease or easement over U.S. property at dam or reservoir sites
29 S 3854. Authorize sale of land at dam or reservoir sites to state and local agencies
29 S 3864. Encourage turkey raising and marketing
29 S 3893. Relief of Alexander Antoniou
29 S 3897. Promote safety in railroads
29 S 3898. Establishment of Indiana Dunes National Monument
29 S 3974. Provide disclosure of financial transactions of labor organizations
29 S 4020. Relief of Kunio Inouye (Sparkman)
29 S 4093. Relief of Keitha L. Baker
29 S 4097. Appropriation for reconstruction of Alaska Highway
29 S 4120. Relief of Betty Ann Janes
29 S 4137. Governing issuance of passports
29 S 4183. Reduce number of trustees of Group Hospitalization, Inc
29 S 4212. Vocational training of handicapped war orphans
29 S 4213. Vocational rehabilitation of certain veterans
29 S 4237. Encourage education in science and technology
29 S 4320. Relief of Robert Laderlich (no copy of bill)
29 S 4326. Create system of capital budgeting for Federal expenditures (no copy of bill)
29 SR 21. Amending cloture rule
29 SR 43. Create Standing Committee on Veterans' Affairs
29 SR 85. Establish Columbia River Basin Account
29 SR 117. Grant leave to Hon. James O. Eastland to appear as witness before U.S. District Court
29 SR 138. Encourage Secretary of Defense to grant contracts to small businesses (no copy of resolution)
29 SR 148. Prescribe procedures and contents of reports by executive agencies in proposals involving land and water resources
29 SR 173. Request President to end nuclear testing
30 SR 173. (concluded)
30 SR 261. Establish Select Committee to Investigate Independent Agencies
30 SR 264. Favoring establishment of International Development Association
30 SR 278. Adjusting number of members of Select Committee to Investigate Labor-Management Relations
30 SR 304. Favor program for conversion of raw stockpile materials for immediate usefulness (chromite and manganese)
30 SR 318. Establish Senate Committee on Historical Mementos
30 SR 319. Revising Rule XXV of Standing Rules as to committees
30 SR 320. Investigate effect of importation of sound recordings on American picture films
30 SR 380. Amending text of Rule XXXV of Standing Rules as to closed sessions
30 SR 383. Urge President to proclaim Constitution and Bill of Rights Week
30 SJR 26. Direct Secretary of the Interior to eliminate hazards of canal in Klamath Falls
30 SJR 35. Provide for observance of 50th anniversary of conference of state governors
30 SJR 42. Promote peace in Middle East
30 SJR 80. Amendment to Constitution relative to equal rights for men and women
30 SJR 88. Amendment. Authorizing Lewis and Clark National Tourway
30 SJR 94. Make public certain labor union reports to Secretary of Labor
30 SJR 131. Authorize Presidential proclamation as to centennial of Oregon statehood
30 SJR 136. Provide removal or reservation of timber rights from patent issued to Ivan H. McCormack
30 SJR 169. Amendment to Constitution relating to jurisdiction of Supreme Court
30 SJR, 193. Granting consent of Congress for mass transit compact between Virginia, Maryland and District of Columbia
30 SJR 203. Provide for withdrawal of U.S. forces in Lebanon
30 SCR 2. Create joint committee to study problem of election and succession of President
30 SCR 5. Establish Joint Committee on Civil Rights
30 SCR 32. Recognizing National Cowboy Hall of Fame
30 SCR 49. Recognizing National Library Week (no copy of resolution)
30 SCR 61. Favoring delay in construction of certain bridges over Potomac in District of Columbia
30 SCR 62. Favoring NATO conference
30 SCR 68. Favoring acceleration of construction on civil works programs
30 SCR 73. Favoring special consideration of Latin America under Mutual Security Act of 1954
30 HR 4090. Amendments. Extension of corporate and excise tax rates
30 HR 5836. Amendment. Change in postal rates
30 HR 6624. Amendment. Housing provisions in budget (speeches only)
30 HR 6659. Amendments. Improve availability of mortgage credit
30 HR 7125. Amendments. Excise tax laws as applicable to private schools
30 HR 7963. Amendments. Small Business Act of 1953. (Timber set-asides)
31 HR 8308. Amendment. Humane methods of slaughtering livestock
31 HR 8332. Repeal of certain sections of Farm Credit Act. (letter only)
31 HR 8576. Transfer of certain land in Tennessee to Boy Scouts of America
31 HR 9369. Amendment. Refund of certain insurance funds collected from veterans (correspondence only)
31 HR 10021. Amendment. Reduction in excise taxes (correspondence only)
31 HR 12591. Amendment. Extend reciprocal trade agreement ("Cherry growers amendment")
31 HJR 133. Relief of certain spouses and minor children of U.S. citizens.. (Ingrid Klingerhoefer and Yaeko T. Young)
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31 S 1. Amend Federal Airport Act and extend time for making grants
31 S 2. Provide funds for school construction and teachers' salaries
31 S 8. Provide funds for school construction and teachers' salaries
31 S 11. Amend Clayton Act as to equality of opportunity (price discrimination)
31 S 44. Authorize construction of San Luis unit of Central Valley project, Calif. (correspondence only)
31 S 50. Admission of Hawaii into union
31 S 56. Amend Act of August 5, 1954. (Indian health)
31 S 57. Extend housing and urban renewal laws
31 S 59. Tax adjustment for small business
31 S 144. Amend Reorganization Plan No. 2 of 1953 (REA loan-making authority)
31 S 187. Make Sugar Act of 1948 permanent
31 S, 193. Amend and extend urban renewal laws
31 S, 194. Amend Title IV of Housing Act (loans to schools for construction)
31 S, 195. Foreclosure of FHA-insured mortgages
31 S 226. Increase benefits, of Railroad Retirement Act
32 S 243. Relief of Donald D. Ellis (Ellis Timber Co.)
32 S 244. Relief of Alexander Antoniou
32 S 245. Relief of Umeko Parker
32 S 246. Relief of Milan Boric
32 S 269. Equalize pay for retired members of armed services
32 S 465. Appointment of additional judge for juvenile court, District of Columbia
32 S 466. Revise Federal election laws to prevent corrupt practices
32 S 501. (Out slip only, to Sen. Chavez)
32 S 505. Provide for disclosures of financial and administrative transactions of labor unions
32 S 584. Amend Federal Power Act to give preferences to better projects
32 S 639. Construction of Bully Creek dam, Vale Federal Reclamation project
32 S 662. Amend Soil Conservation Act to provide for election of farmer committeemen
32 S 722. Develop program to assist depressed areas
32 S 725. Permit action for damages for violation of Robinson-Patman Act
32 S 760. Amend Longshoremen's Compensation Act as to selection of physician
32 S 791. Provide for unemployment reinsurance for states
32 S 806. Govern issuance of passports
32 S 810. Make effective and enforce civil rights laws
32 S 812. Establish Youth Conservations Corps
32 S 881. Include medical and hospital insurance in Social Security
33 S 950. Amend U.S. Code as to rendition of music in coin-operated machines
33 S 987. Amend Railroad Retirement Act and related acts
33 S 995. Amend Interstate Commerce Act as to railway safety
33 S 996. Promote railroad safety
33 S 999. Relief of Lee Mei Yee
33 S 1000. Prohibit racial covenants in District of Columbia real estate transactions
33 S 1001. Establish Indiana Dunes National Monument
33 S 1009. Amend Internal Revenue Code as to voluntary retirement plans
33 S 1010. Amend Internal Revenue Code as to depreciation
33 S 1046. Increase coverage of minimum wage laws
33 S 1074. Amend District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act
33 S 1093. Protect right of blind to organize
33 S 1113. Extend time limit of National Service Life Insurance
33 S 1123. Establish National Wilderness Preservation System
33 S 1125. Appropriate funds for Alaska Highway
33 S 1134. Authorize per diem payment to certain Navy and Marine Corps members
33 S 1138. Provide readjustment assistance to post-Korea veterans
33 S 1139. Exempt food from District of Columbia sales tax
33 S 1140. Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act (2-price wheat)
33 S 1153. Compensate State of Oregon for firefighting costs (Vincent Creek)
33 S 1172. Prohibit age discrimination by government contractors
33 S 1190. Amend Longshoremen's Compensation Act as to selection of a physician
33 S 1211. Provide credit resources to preserve family-size farm
33 S 1221. Increase irrigation potential of Crooked River Reclamation project
33 S 1244. Establish capital budget
33 S 1245. Promote mining and development research in certain metals (chrome)
33 S 1314. Amend Railroad Retirement Act
33 S 1323. Authorize temporary additional unemployment benefits
33 S 1338. Prohibit loss-leader sales
33 S 1339. Prohibit sales at prices so low as to injure competition
33 S 1380. Incorporate Sea Cadet Corps of America
33 S 1388. Establish Pacific Northwest Account
33 S 1395. Promote production and marketing of turkeys
33 S 1425. Protect railroad employees by regulating use of track motor cars
33 S 1451. Amendment. Fiscal controls on Mutual Security Act
33 S 1454. Relief of Keitha L. Baker
33 S 1468. Issuance of special non-quota visas to alien orphans
33 S 1484. Amend Agricultural Adjustment Act (wheat stabilization)
34 S 1525. End quotas on petroleum and petroleum products
34 S 1526. Establish Oregon Dunes National Seashore
34 S 1555. Labor-management reform; disclosure of financial and other transactions of unions
35 S 1555. (concluded)
35 S 1570. Establish minimum wages for wool shearing operation employees
35 S 1571. Establish Department of Consumers
35 S 1603. Require income disclosure by members of Congress and others
35 S 1681. Home rule for District of Columbia
35 S 1711. Promote peace through use of agricultural commodities
35 S 1789. Increase national railroad freight car supply
35 S 1826. Extend Federal highway program for one year
35 S 1856. Relief of Frank Podnay
35 S 1884. Distribution of food commodities to needy persons
35 S, 1920. Mining claims on national forest land
35 S, 1953. Relief of United Builders, Inc
35 S, 1954. Relief of Wong Man Wan
35 S, 1997. Prohibit discrimination in interstate transportation
35 S, 1998. Protect armed forces members from bodily attack
35 S, 1999. Prohibit discrimination in employment
35 S 2000. Outlaw poll tax
35 S 2001. Supplement existing civil rights statutes
35 S 2002. Strengthen laws on convict labor, peonage, slavery
35 S 2003. Secure civil rights under constitution
35 S 2010. Amendment. Preserve shorelines of United States
35 S 2037. Oil and gas depletion allowance
35 S 2041. Anti-lynching
35 S 2086. Establish National Wildlife Disease Laboratory
35 S 2141. Eliminate exception of children in agricultural employment from provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act
35 S 2194. Amend Liberty Bonds Act
35 S 2195. Authorize construction of The Dalles Federal Reclamation Project
35 S 2295. Establish Intergovernmental Reference Service in Library of Congress
35 S 2302. Regulate safety rules of railroad cars
35 S 2304. Assist in training of foreign service officers
35 S 2319. Relief of Sergiusz Rudczenko
35 S 2358. Amend laws on immigration, naturalization, nationality, and citizenship
35 S 2359. Eliminate certain voter qualification rules
35 S 2362. Conveyance of certain lands to Arlington, Ore
35 S 2404. Reimburse Oregon and Washington for Federal share of interstate bridge, Vancouver, Wn
35 S 2436. Revise Federal election laws to prevent corruption
35 S 2438. Authorize certain persons to be appointed teachers in public schools, District of Columbia
35 S 2439. Simplify school teacher retirement rules in District of Columbia
35 S 2443. Relief of Edgar Harold Bradley
35 S 2480. Amend act to provide books for the blind
35 S 2498. Provide for registration of contractors of migrant agricultural workers
35 S 2503. Define real property exempt from taxation in District of Columbia
35 S 2535. Establish agency to conduct elections of members of House and Senate
35 S 2549. Declare a national policy on conservation
35 S 2562. Strengthen criminal penalties on obscene matter
35 S 2587. Require approval of Congress for withdrawal of large tracts of public land
35 S 2594. Require consent of Senate in appointments to International Joint Commission
35 S 2604. Provide refunds of certain taxes to states losing liquor by fire, casualty or Act of God
35 S 2634. Amend International Claims Settlement Act as to certain alien property
35 S 2675. Provide opportunity for certain veterans to obtain national life insurance
35 S 2710. Provide loan insurance on loans to students in higher education
36 S 2719. Appointment of Federal registrars to supervise elections
36 S 2720. Authorize Commission on Civil Rights to collect and disseminate information on desegregation of public schools
36 S 2721. Amend Civil Rights Act to protect right to vote
36 S 2722. Provide for preservation of registration and voting records for 5 years
36 S 2755. Requiring disclosure of interest charges in credit extension
36 S 2758. Amend Railroad Retirement Act as to social security benefits
36 S 2760. Establish library of braille musical scores in Library of Congress
36 S 2761. Validate payments for emergency conservation measures
36 S 2823. Provide Federal contribution to cost of election campaign for Federal offices
36 S 2827. Presentation of monument by United States to Mexico, observing 150th year of independence
36 S 2830. Extend Library Services Act
36 S 2864. Assist vocational training of migratory workers
36 S 2865. Provide grants for adult education of migrant workers
36 S 2868. Outlaw poll tax in national elections
36 S 2898. Amendment. Establish Oregon Coast National Seashore Recreation Area
36 S 2917. Establish price support level for milk and butterfat
36 S 2920. Establish food stamp allotment program
36 S 2935. Improve national transportation system
36 S 3007. Authorize Federal loans to colleges for construction
36 S 3020. Improve national transportation system (passenger train service)
36 S 3045. Effectuate constitutional right to equal protection under law
36 S 3063. Construction of Baker Federal Reclamation Project
36 S 3097. Amend Labor Management Relations Act
36 S 3098. Amend Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act
36 S 3122. Establish air rescue service in U.S. Air Force (no bill)
36 S 3134. Amend District of Columbia Teachers Salary Act of 1955
36 S 3159. Establish marketing program for wheat
36 S 3211. Amendment. Establish Richard L. Neuberger National Seashore
36 S 3215. Designate John Day lock and dam the Richard L. Neuberger lock and dam
36 S 3256. Establish National Showcase of the Arts and Sciences in District of Columbia
36 S 3275. Extend veterans loan programs
36 S 3276. Extend veterans direct home loan program
36 S 3278. Improve mass transportation services in metropolitan areas
36 S 3279. Provide study to determine best location for U.S. Court of Claims building in District of Columbia
36 S 3282. Amend Home Owners Loan Act of 1933
36 S 3284. Relief of Lee Soon Him
36 S 3318. Authorize marketing agreements as to cranberries
36 S 3347. Establish Municipal Arts Council in District of Columbia
36 S 3349. Aid needy blind through Social Security Act
36 S 3354. Adjust pensions of World War I veterans with non-service-connected disabilities
36 S 3385. Establish Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West in Hawaii
36 S 3467. Amend District of Columbia Teachers Salary Act of 1955
36 S 3479. Authorize per diem payment for certain Navy and Marine Corps personnel
36 S 3481. Amend National Defense Education Act to make student loans available to teachers
36 S 3503. Provide health insurance for aged
36 S 3570. Provide for humane treatment of animals used in experiments
36 S 3635. Establish driver records clearance center
36 S 3638. Fix compensation of members, officers and employees of Congress at 53 cents per hour
36 S 3645. Establish National Advisory Committee on Interstate Crime
36 S 3658. Use customs duties on fish products for fishery research
36 S 3717. Enlarge Arlington National Cemetery
36 S 3731. Modify John Day project to raise level of portion of city of Umatilla
36 S 3732. Reimburse city of Arlington for loss of taxes on property acquired by John Day project
36 S 3745. Provide register of persons whose drivers license has been revoked
37 S 3758. Extend minimum wage provisions to large retail trade enterprises
37 S 3774. Relief of Yick Yuen Lee
37 S 3785. Amend Small Business Investment Act of 1958
37 S 3786. Amend Internal Revenue Code as to small business investment companies
37 S 3907. Preserve competition in insurance business in District of Columbia (no bill, speech only, by Sen. O'Mahoney)
37 S 3919. Relief of Helen Choi Bratton
37 S 3926. Equal pay for equal work for women
37 SR 6. Amend cloture rule
37 SR 9. Remove reservation of timber rights from patent issued to Ivan H. McCormack
37 SR 17. Approval of Declaration of Atlantic Unity
37 SR, 19. Establish Standing Committee on Veterans' Affairs
37 SR 90. Favoring revision and renewal of International Wheat Agreement
37 SR 92. Favoring advisory opinion by International Court of Justice as to U.S. armed forces in Berlin
37 SR 95. Extending birthday greetings to Robert Frost
37 SR 99. Requiring disclosure of salaries of senate staff and committee employees
37 SR 118. Amend Senate rules as to selection of members of conference committees
37 SR 126. Authorize investigation of film industry use of foreign sound tracks and talent abroad
37 SR 129. Favoring international cooperation in health matters
37 SR 181. Instructs Senate conferees on Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959
37 SR 271. Investigate labor disputes in newspaper industry
37 SR 272. Refer to Court of Claims S.1953 for relief of United Builders, Inc
37 SR 273. Discharge civil rights bill from Judiciary Committee
37 SR 274. Discharge civil rights bill from Rules Committee
37 SR 286. Relative to death of Richard L. Neuberger
37 SR 289. To pay certain funeral expenses of Richard L. Neuberger
37 SR 304. Greetings of Senate to other republics of western hemisphere on 70th anniversary of Pan American Union
37 SR 337. Print prayers of Chaplain of Senate
37 SCR 2. Extend life of Joint Committee on Metropolitan Washington Problems
37 SCR 7. Extend best wishes of Congress to American Dental Association
37 SCR 25. Favoring conference to review United Nations Charter
37 SCR 35. Investigate anadromous fish in Columbia River basin (High Mountain Sheep dam)
37 SCR 52. Favoring conference to review United Nations Charter
37 SCR 59. Continue existence of Joint Committee on Metropolitan Washington Problems
37 SCR 66. Establish a White Fleet of aid and mercy
37 SCR 69. Favor action by President to settle steel strike
37 SCR 73. Create Joint Committee on a National Fuels Policy
37 SCR 74. Favoring international conference to strengthen the rule of law among nations
37 SCR 83. Strengthen authority of United Nations to prevent war
37 SJR 10. Establish District of Columbia Charter Commission
37 SJR 41. Establish National Advisory Council for International. Medical Research
37 SJR 42. To study Metropolitan Washington problems
37 SJR 57. Amendment to Constitution relating to jurisdiction of Supreme Court
37 SJR 66. Provide for centennial celebration of establishment of land grant colleges
37 SJR 95. Accelerate reforestation programs
37 SJR 102. Authorize participation by United States in parliamentary conference with Mexico
37 SJR 111. Designation of Captive Nations Week
37 SJR 112. Direct Secretary of Agriculture to carry out poultry diversion program
37 SJR 113. Establish Commission on Taxation of Interstate Commerce
37 SJR 119. Provide for conference on unemployment
37 SJR 126. Amendment to Constitution relating to qualification of electors
37 SJR 135. Consent of Congress to mass transit compact for Virginia, Maryland, and District of Columbia
37 SJR 152. Creation of commission to consider memorial to Woodrow Wilson
38 S 1. Establish unemployment programs in distressed areas (Area redevelopment program)
38 S 2. Income tax deductions for small business
38 S 11. Amend Clayton Act to prohibit price discrimination
38 S 120. Provide for water pollution control program
38 S 121. Make recreational benefits part of consideration of water resources projects
38 S 146. Extend milk program for children
38 S 158. Confer to District of Columbia Municipal Court jurisdiction of the Marie Taliaferro adoption case
38 S 159. Relief of estate of Geral E. Helmer
38 S 160. Relief of Thomas O. Tate, Jr
38 S 161. Provide insurance for Federal employees in hazardous activities
38 S 164. Relief of Cherie Helen Bratton
38 S 165. Requiring financial disclosure by members of Congress and others
38 S, 193. Relief of Rev. Patrick Floyd
38 S, 194. Relief of Wong Bak Yen
38 S, 195. Establishing capital budget program
38 S 239. Declare national policy on conservation of natural resources
38 S 243. Prohibit discrimination by age by government contractors
38 S 286. Authorize Commissioners of District of Columbia to refund certain tuition payments
38 S 287. Home rule for District of Columbia
38 S 308. Construction of upper division of Baker Federal Reclamation Project (Mason dam)
38 S 324. Establish White Fleet for disaster relief
38 S 325. Establish Federal Regional Water Pollution Control Research Laboratory
38 S 345. Aid to mass transportation in urban areas
38 S 349. Adjustment assistance to post-Korean war veterans
39 S 377. Encourage establishment of voluntary retirement plans
39 S 378. Permit new methods and rates of depreciation for used property
39 S 379. Designate judicial precedents as to internal revenue laws
39 S 401. Equalize pay for retired members of armed services
39 S 404. Establish Youth Conservation Corps
39 S 407. Establish United States Foreign Service Academy
39 S 420. Relief of Willia Niukkanen (a.k.a. William Albert Mackie)
39 S 421. Relief of Hamish Scott MacKay
39 S 454. Extend National Wool Act of 1954
39 S 486. Appointment of additional judges for juvenile court, District of Columbia
39 S 501. Provide for system of forest development roads and trails
39 S 502. Authorize employment of retired Federal employees by Board of Education, District of Columbia
39 S 529. Create Joint Committee on the Budget
39 S 551. Make changes in Immigration and Nationality Act
39 S 552. Provide for non-quota immigrant visas for refugees
39 S 568. Regulate rates for casualty insurance in District of Columbia
39 S 604. Revise Federal election laws to prevent corrupt practices
39 S 653. Provide presentation by United States to Mexico of monument commemorating 150th anniversary of independence
39 S 717. Provide for judicial review of Federal decisions on grazing
39 S 730. Relief of Kim Fang Chin
39 S 731. Relief of Charles F. Tjaden
39 S 732. Relief of Yick Yuen Lee
39 S 733. Amend Longshoremen's Compensation Act
39 S 741. Establish Federal Advisory Committee on the Arts
39 S 769. Amend Sec. 2310 of Title 10, U.S. Code relating to procurement
39 S 840. Relief of Rogelio Curiel-Ceballos
39 S 861. Provide more effective water pollution control
39 S 886. Insure adequacy of freight car supply
40 S 895. Provide minimum wage coverage for retail employees and others
40 S 902. Amend Small Business Investment Act of 1958
40 S 903. Revise income tax treatment of small business investment companies
40 S 909. Provide payment for health care for aged under social security (King-Anderson bill)
40 S 977. Extend provision of national life insurance for certain veterans
40 S 982. Regulation of fares for transportation of schoolchildren in District of Columbia
40 S 1020. Establish Commission on the Cultural Resources in the Nation's Capital
40 S 1021. Authorize program of Federal aid to education
41 S 1021. (concluded)
41 S 1022. Relief of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Chinn
41 S 1023. Provide for construction of Talent division of Rogue River basin project (Agate dam)
41 S 1034. Promote mine safety
41 S 1124. Provide educational opportunities for children of migrant workers
41 S 1125. Provide for adult education of migrant workers
41 S 1196. Provide temporary extended railroad unemployment insurance benefits
41 S 1230. Provide funds for fishery research
41 S 1241. Aid to public and other non-profit institutions of higher education for construction and scholarships
41 S 1253. Relief against discrimination in interstate transportation
41 S 1254. Protection of armed force members against bodily attack
41 S 1255. Amend and supplement civil rights statutes
41 S 1256. Protection against lynching
41 S 1257. Extend Civil Rights Commission
41 S 1258. Prohibit discrimination in employment
41 S 1259. Outlaw poll tax
41 S 1308. Incorporate Sea Cadet Corps of America
41 S 1309. Authorize Warm Springs Indian tribes to acquire land
41 S 1360. Amend Davis-Bacon Act to include certain fringe benefits
41 S 1379. Encourage domestic exports by small business
41 S 1380. Amendment. Home rule for District of Columbia
41 S 1387. Amend Labor Relations Act as to on-site picketing
41 S 1389. Promote raising and marketing of turkeys
41 S 1434. Enforce Constitutional rights to equal protection under the law
42 S 1482. Authorize loans to private schools for construction
42 S 1505. Repeal telephone and transportation taxes
42 S 1511. Amend public assistance provision of Social Security Act
42 S 1512. Aid states in control of juvenile delinquency
42 S 1555. Provide Federal contribution to cost of election campaigns
42 S 1669. Requiring Interstate Commerce Commission to prescribe safety rules and standards
42 S 1688. Establish Department of Consumers
42 S 1703. Extend time for making grants under Federal Airport Act
42 S 1710. Authorize emergency livestock loans
42 S 1740. Require disclosure of financial charges in extension of credit ("Truth-in-lending bill")
42 S 1744. Exempt food from District of Columbia sales tax
42 S 1745. Amend act relating to fares for public transportation of District of Columbia schoolchildren
42 S 1790. Relief of Emil Kafrouni
42 S 1804. Prohibiting loss leader sales
42 S 1845. Relief of Moorland Court, Inc
42 S, 1944. Amend Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act
42 S, 1945. Amend act relating to employment of Mexican workers
42 S, 1946. Enabling hearings on rate schedules of natural gas
42 S 2027. Commemorative stamp: 100th anniversary of Homestead Act
42 S 2116. Additional irrigation lands in Crooked River Federal Reclamation Project
42 S 2164. Authorize Secretary of the Interior to cooperate with First World Conference on National Parks
42 S 2194. Amend District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act
42 S 2276. Relief of James Takeo Nigo
42 S 2277. Relief of Thomas Shuichi Nakagawa
42 S 2313. Unify apportionment liability in cases of collisions between vessels
42 S 2314. Limit liability of shipowners
42 S 2327. Amend International Claims Settlement Act as to certain alien property
42 S 2342. Home rule for District of Columbia
42 S 2345. Improve and extend National Defense Education Act
42 S 2393. Extend laws relating to school construction
42 S 2476. Amend Military Construction Act as to authority to exchange certain lands in Oregon (Boardman bombing range)
43 S 2494. Equal pay for equal work for women
43 S 2504. Relief of Helen Duey Hoffman
43 S 2508. Establish reciprocity between Umatilla and Warm Springs Indians as to inheritance of property
43 S 2516. Authorize multiple use and sustained yield practices for national land reserve
43 S 2535. Establish national marketing program for wheat
43 S 2551. Relief of Lily A. Derige
43 S 2635. Authorize national conference on impact of social change on Federal and state law
43 S 2663. Assist small business in foreign trade
43 S 2706. Relief of Lee Soon Him
43 S 2737. Encourage use of American flag vessels by domestic industries
43 S 2739. Authorize construction of Merlin division, Rogue River basin project
43 S 2768. Authorize purchase of United Nations bonds
43 S 2814. Amendment. Establish Communications Satellite Authority
43 S 2826. Improve quality of elementary and secondary education
43 S 2827. Assist education of adult illiterates
43 S 2830. Add District of Columbia to impacted areas legislation
43 S 2854. Relief of Joo Yon Ohm Cederberg
43 S 2890. Establish Communications Satellite Authority
44 S 2890. (concluded)
44 S 2936. Provide for timber access roads
44 S 2985. Adjust pension rates of veterans of World War I for non-service-connected disabilities
44 S 2993. Relief of Tze Yao Chung
44 S 2996. Amend Foreign Assistance Act of 1961
44 S 3043. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act
44 S 3086. Provide reduction of workweek of District of Columbia Fire Department
44 S 3095. Abolish death penalty
44 S 3097. Amend Clayton Act with respect to railroad mergers
44 S 3107. Establish Board of Public Lands Appeals
44 S 3117. Promote coordination of Federal and State outdoor recreation programs
44 S 3118. Establish land conservation fund
44 S 3127. Establish municipal arts council in District of Columbia
44 S 3131. Authorize national banks to deal in state and local government securities
44 S 3198. Relief of Renata Lattanzi
44 S 3199. Relief of Peter K. Bechtold
44 S 3233. Provide broader coverage for District of Columbia minimum wage law
44 S 3234. Eliminate poll tax in Federal elections
44 S 3237. Consent of Congress to Goose Lake Compact between Oregon and California
44 S 3259. Regulate private employment agencies in District of Columbia
44 S 3278. Amend Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act as to grass seed
44 S 3289. Grant national service life insurance to eligible veterans
44 S 3300. Establish Commission on Revision of Anti-trust Laws
44 S 3345. Assist small businesses in rental of property
44 S 3373. Extend program of aid to Philippine veterans
44 S 3393. Relief of Demetrios K. Georgaras
44 S 3408. Establish music library for blind in Library of Congress
44 S 3442. Amend Labor Relations Act as to settlement of disputes in national emergencies
44 S 3460. Payment of claims for defects in homes covered by F.H.A. mortgages
44 S 3477. Assist state in university extension education
44 S 3517. Establish program to aid commerce in lumber
44 S 3543. Relief of Willia Niukkanen (William Albert Mackie)
44 S 3587. Relief of Hamish Scott. MacKay
44 S 3596. Amend District of Columbia Unemployment Compensation Act
44 S 3627. Relief of Lee Sik Nung and Lee Ngar Wai
44 S 3656. Relief of Agatha Sio-Chen Loo
44 S 3710. Establish office of Assistant Secretary for Forestry Resources
44 S 3736. Amend Internal Revenue Code as to income tax treatment of small businesses
44 S 3737. Amend Small Business Investment Act of 1958
44 S 3760. Raise payments to student loan funds under National Defense Education Act
45 SR 4. Amend cloture rule
45 SR 5. Amend Section 3 of cloture rule
45 SR 39. Recognize jurisdiction of International Court of Justice in certain disputes (repeal of Connally Reservation)
45 SR 105. Create Special Committee on National Fuels Study
45 SR 115. Create Select Committee on Consumers Interests
45 SR 126. Print memorandums on Constitutional issues of S.1021 as Senate document
45 SR 132. Create Standing Committee on Veterans' Affairs
45 SR 144. Refer S.1845 to Court of Claims
45 SR 150. Urge Interstate Commerce Commission to move cautiously in approving railroad mergers
45 SR 183. Print as Senate document a study, "Proposed Federal Aid to Education."
45 SR 322. Disapproval of agreement between Department of the Interior and State of California under PL 86-488 (160-acre limitation in San Luis unit, Central Valley project, Calif.)
46 SR 325. Prohibit serving of hard liquor in Senate wing of capitol or Senate office building
47 SJR 1. Amendment to Constitution providing for election of President and Vice President by popular vote
47 SJR 29. Amendment to Constitution relating to qualification of electors
47 SJR 40. Develop highway system to be known as Lewis and Clark National Tourway
47 SJR 51. Authorize commission to develop memorial to Woodrow Wilson
47 SJR 58. Amendment to Constitution relating to qualification of electors
47 SJR 77. Establish Joint Committee on Foreign Information and Intelligence
47 SJR 88. Authorize issuance of gold medal to Bob Hope
47 SJR 98. Provide for observance of centennial of Homestead Act
47 SJR 142. Amendment to Constitution relative to equal rights for men and women
47 SJR 174. Authorize commission to study harmful effects of cigarette smoking
47 SCR 4. Establish Joint Committee on a National Fuels Study
47 SCR 16. Establish date for adjournment of Congress
47 SCR 36. Relative to relationship of United States with Republic of China and Communist China
47 SCR 37. Strengthen authority of United Nations to prevent war
47 SCR 40. Order printing as Senate document the 40th biennial meeting of Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf
47 SCR 50. Print additional copies of Senate Document 41
47 SCR 78. Requesting President to return enrolled bill S.1745 for change
47 SCR 84. Sense of Congress that U.S.I.A. films be shown in United States
47 SCR 85. Sense of Congress as to strikes affecting essential defense industries
47 SCR 97. Concerning United States, British and French rights in Berlin
47 HR 1361. Relief of James M. Norman
47 HR 3788. Transfer of U.S. vessel Alaska to State of California
47 HR 5143. Amending Code of Laws for District of Columbia
47 HR 10606. Public Welfare and Health Insurance amendments of 1962
47 HR 10788. Amendments to Agricultural Act of 1956
47 HR 10802. Interior Department Appropriations bill
47 HR 10904. Amendment to appropriations bill, Labor and Health, Education and Welfare
47 HR 11040. Communications Satellite Act of 1962
47 HR 11970. Trade Expansion Act of 1962
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48 S 1. Establish Youth Conservation Corps
48 S 2. Establish water research centers at colleges and universities
48 S 4. Establish National Wilderness Preservation System
48 S 5. Provide readjustment assistance to veterans who served during induction period ("Cold war G.I. bill")
48 S 6. Amendment. Assistance for development of mass transportation systems
48 S 144. Home rule for District of Columbia
48 S 145. Pensions for World War I veterans for non-service-connected disabilities
48 S 146. Relief of Willia Niukkanen (William Albert Mackie)
48 S 147. Relief of Hamish Scott MacKay,
48 S 148. Require income and assets disclosure by public officials
48 S 171. Incorporate Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation (no bill)
48 S 283. Amend Small Reclamations Project Act of 1956
48 S 297. Amend Internal Revenue Code as to treatment of small business investment companies
48 S 298. Amend Small Business Investment Act of 1958
48 S 331. Extend care of certain veterans in the Philippines
48 S 432. Accelerate and extend Federal air pollution control program
48 S 450. Amend David-Bacon Act to provide for fringe benefits
48 S 467. Relief of Helen Duey Hoffman
48 S 521. Improve educational opportunities for migrant workers and their children
48 S 522. Provide day care for children of migrant workers
48 S 524. Provide for registration of contractors of migrant workers
48 S 525. Establish National Advisory Council on Migratory Labor
48 S 526. Assist farmers to provide adequate sanitation facilities for migratory workers
48 S 527. Develop voluntary methods of recruiting migratory workers
48 S 537. Establish Joint Committee on the Budget
48 S 559. Prevent corrupt practices in Federal elections
48 S 580. Improve educational quality and opportunity ("Aid to Education Bill")
49 S 580. (concluded)
49 S 627. Promote state commercial fishery research
49 S 654. Reimburse cities for improvements adjacent to army reserve installations
49 S 694. Increase salaries of District of Columbia Commissioners and Superintendent of Schools
49 S 747. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act
49 S 750. Requiring disclosure of financial charges in credit extension (Truth-in-lending bill)
49 S 758. Establish Board of Public Lands Appeals
49 S 772. Amendment. Provide for desegregation of public schools
49 S 828. Authorize national banks to deal in securities of state and local governments
49 S 859. Establish land and water conservation fund for recreational needs
50 S 860. Amend District of Columbia minimum wage law
50 S 880. Provide medical care under Social Security
50 S 942. Amend Clayton Act as to railroad mergers
50 S 944. Provide for presentation of monument to Mexico commemorating independence of Mexico
50 S 952. Relief of Joo Yon Ohm Cederberg
50 S 981. Aid for housing for farm labor
50 S 1007. Guarantee preference for electric consumers in Pacific Northwest for power generated in Federal plants
50 S 1046. Provide medical care for non-service-connected disabilities to Medal of Honor recipients
50 S 1047. Amend act relating to elections in District of Columbia
50 S 1063. Insure adequate supply of freight cars
50 S 1121. Increase appropriation for accelerated public works act
50 S 1170. Assist in provision of housing for elderly
50 S 1171. Authorize issuance of bonds to assist peacekeeping activities of United Nations
50 S 1185. Relating to exchange of certain lands between State of Oregon and C. and B. Livestock Co., Inc
50 S 1200. Authorize payment of claims under F.H.A. mortgages
50 S 1203. Authorize conveyance of land in Oregon to city of Roseburg
50 S 1258. Relief of Peter K. Bechtold
50 S 1276. Amendments. Amend Foreign Assistance Act of 1961
50 S 1305. Authorize payment to city of New York for expenses of United Nations
50 S 1321. Provide for National Service Corps
50 S 1334. Repeal Section 14 (b) of National Labor Relations Act
50 S 1340. Authorize District of Columbia teachers to participate in Federal Employees Health Benefit Act provisions
50 S 1409. Provide equal pay for equal work for women
50 S 1443. Amend International Claims Settlement Act as to certain alien property
50 S 1444. Amend National Aeronautics and Space Act as to inventions
50 S 1500. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act
50 S 1501. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act
50 S 1536. Authorize construction of Merlin division, Rogue River project
50 S 1542. Establish program of Federal unemployment adjustment benefits
50 S 1590. Protect rights of all qualified persons to attend public schools
50 S 1591. Prohibit racial discrimination in state licensed businesses
50 S 1595. Provide Federal assistance to political parties for campaigns
51 S 1614. Encourage expansion of exports through private enterprise
51 S 1637. Amend Labor-Management Act as to bonding
51 S 1638. Make certain surety companies eligible to issue bonds in connection with Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act
51 S 1650. Home rule for District of Columbia
51 S 1665. Prohibit use of Federal funds in state or local programs which discriminate
51 S 1666. Amend Administrative Procedure Act as to right to public information
51 S 1676. Extend time for control of outdoor advertising
51 S 1680. Establish Office of Consumers
51 S 1692. Consent of Congress to Goose Lake Basin Compact, Oregon and California
51 S 1713. Clear property title of Wilmer Alers and Jane B. Alers of Malin, Ore
51 S 1714. Relief of Andres Mendoza
51 S 1731. Enforce Constitutional right to vote
51 S 1732. Eliminate discrimination in public transportation
51 S 1750. Enforce Constitutional right to vote
51 S 1801. Require speedy trial in criminal cases
51 S 1802. Protect integrity of court and jury functions in criminal cases
51 S 1823. Make changes in Immigration and Nationality Act
51 S, 1919. Regulate private employment agencies in District of Columbia
51 S, 1935. Amend Clayton Act to provide for proceedings for violations of Robinson-Patman Act
51 S, 1988. Prohibit fishing in territorial waters of the United States by persons other than nationals
51 S 2045. Amend Housing Act to prohibit acquisition, disposition, or demolition of buildings not substandard
51 S 2114. Provide for Congressional review of grants-in-aid
51 S 2180. Extend student loan program to schools of optometry
51 S 2181. Improve programs for aid to blind
51 S 2265. Increase aid to libraries
51 S 2274. Establish National Economic Conversion Commission
51 S 2331. Provide penalties for assassination of President, Vice President, and Chief Justice
51 S 2350. Provide judicial review of constitutionality of certain grants or loans
51 S 2367. Provide loans for vocational education
51 S 2429. Confer power to Federal Trade Commission to regulate advertising of cigarettes
51 S 2430. Control health hazards of cigarette smoking
51 S 2509. Establish Court of Veterans' Appeals
51 S 2528. Provide assistance in education of needy children
52 S 2559. Prohibit recruiting of strikebreakers in District of Columbia
52 S 2561. Amend definition of "Company" in Section 2(b) of Bank Holding Company Act
52 S 2562. Fix number of Federal Home Loan Bank districts
52 S 2572. Extend provisions of Automobile Dealers Day in Court Act to include dealers in tractors and farm equipment
52 S 2592. Relief of Warren D. Bennett
52 S 2594. Assist states in work-study programs
52 S 2612. Impose quotas on imports of beef, veal, mutton, and lamb
52 S 2623. Establish National Commission on Automation and Technological Progress
52 S 2642. Combat poverty (Economic Opportunity Act)
52 S 2681. Authorize construction of Tualatin Federal Reclamation project
52 S 2719. Amend Alaska Statehood Act to establish Office of Alaska Reconstruction
52 S 2724. Confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims in case of Eugene E. Laird
52 S 2725. Provide financial assistance for construction of schools in disaster areas
52 S 2732. Prohibit fixing of traffic tickets in District of Columbia
52 S 2738. Amend election law in District of Columbia
52 S 2756. Establish presumption of service connection for diseases contracted by prisoners of war
52 S 2774. Amend District of Columbia Teachers Leave Act
52 S 2782. Provide assistance in development of Appalachia region
52 S 2785. Establish Peace by Investment Corporation
52 S 2836. Relief of certain individuals in overpayment cases
52 S 2837. Authorize construction of navigation project at Port Orford
52 S 2904. Extend agricultural marketing agreement to onions
52 S 2905. Provide for U.S. participation in Canadian Universal and International Exposition
52 S 2945. Relief of Lee Hi Sook
52 S 2951. Relief of Thomas A. White
52 S 2952. Relief of Manuel D. Racelis
53 S 3060. Amend National Defense Education Act
53 S 3078. Authorize employment of retired persons in District of Columbia school system
53 S 3081. Authorize establishment of community college and college of arts and sciences in District of Columbia
53 S 3140. Establish scholarship, loan and work-study programs
53 S 3267. Provide for employment policies to promote maximum employment
53 SR 9. Amend cloture rule
53 SR, 19. Prohibit serving of hard liquor in Senate wing of capitol or in Senate office buildings
53 SR 21. Create Standing Committee on Veterans' Affairs
53 SR 30. Granting legislative authority to Select Committee on Small Business
53 SR 83. Support free-world embargo on Soviet shipments to Cuba
53 SR 84. Amend rule as to mention of members of House of Representatives
53 SR 85. Expunge from record certain remarks about Adam Clayton Powell
53 SR 89. Providing for germaneness of debate under certain conditions
53 SR 127. Amend rules as to closed sessions
53 SR 136. Establish select committee to study railroad financing
53 SR 140. Relative to using radio and television in reporting proceedings of Senate
53 SR 148. Express sense of Senate toward banning nuclear tests
53 SJR 5. Authorize President to proclaim Sir Winston Churchill to be honorary citizen of the United States
53 SJR 17. Naming lake formed by Flaming Gorge dam "O'Mahoney Lake."
53 SJR 45. Amendment to Constitution relative to equal rights for men and women
53 SJR 102. Amendment. Provide for settlement of railroad dispute
53 SJR 105. Appointment of Presidential Commission on Automation
53 SJR 159. Establish American Indian Day
53 SJR, 197. Proclamation of National Student Council Week
53 SCR 50. Favoring withdrawal of foreign aid from hostile countries
53 SCR 63. Authorize President to cooperate with Latin American nations in defense against Communism
53 SCR 64. Relative to planning for peace by disarmament
53 SCR 72. Sympathy extended on death of King Paul of Greece
53 HR 10433. Amendment. Interior Department Appropriations Act. (Tongue Point Indian School)
53 HR 11049. Amendment. Pay adjustment for Federal employees
53 HR 11380. Amendment. Extend Foreign Assistance Act
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54 S 1. Provide medical care for aged under Social Security
54 S 2. Create Joint Committee on Budget
54 S 3. Assist development of Appalachia region
54 S 9. Provide aid for veterans of "cold war" period
54 S 14. Amend Federal Firearms Act (mail order guns)
54 S, 19. Amend District of Columbia minimum wage law
54 S 22. Promote national program of water research
54 S 30. Establish National Economic Conversion and Diversification Commission
54 S 33. Prohibit fixing of traffic tickets in District of Columbia
54 S 49. Conserve offshore fishery resources of United States
54 S 111. Establish National Humanities Foundation
54 S 252. Provide for appointments by Postmaster General of postmasters
54 S 256. Repeal Section 14(b) of National Labor Relations Act
55 S 256. (concluded)
55 S 267. Provide that cost of certain investigations by Bureau of Reclamation shall be nonreimbursable
55 S 268. Home rule for District of Columbia
55 S 285. Amend Employment Act as to productive capital investments of government
55 S 286. Require disclosure by members of Congress and Federal officers and others of income and assets
55 S 287. Provide fellowships for graduate study in elementary and secondary education
55 S 288. Provide for education of children of needy families
55 S 289. Provide financial aid in school construction in disaster areas
55 S 290. Protect integrity of court and jury functions in criminal cases (Fair trial and free press)
55 S 291. Effectuate Sixth Amendment provision for speedy trial in criminal cases
55 S 292. Regulate private employment agencies in. District of Columbia
55 S 293. Establish community college and college of liberal arts and sciences in District of Columbia
55 S 296. Authorize release of amount of copper from national stockpile
55 S 316. Establish National Humanities Foundation
55 S 327. Provide assistance to Oregon, Washington, California, and Idaho for flood damage reconstruction
55 S 328. Prohibiting further military assistance to Indonesia
55 S 329. Prohibiting further military assistance to United Arab Republic
55 S 370. Provide aid to elementary and secondary schools
55 S 408. Authorize study of flood relief measures
55 S 467. Authorize construction of navigation project, Port Orford
55 S 468. Authorize conveyance of land in city of Roseburg
55 S 500. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act
55 S 549. Amend Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act to include onions
55 S 552. Confer jurisdiction upon Court of Claims in case of Eugene E. Laird
55 S 561. Provide for intergovernmental cooperation between. Federal, state, and local governments
55 S 598. Continue voluntary wheat certificate program
56 S 600. Provide financial assistance for students in post-secondary and higher education
56 S 601. Provide for flying American flag over remains of U.S. ship Utah
56 S 602. Amend Small Reclamations Project Act
56 S 664. Provide for disposition of judgement funds of Klamath and Modoc tribes
56 S 665. Authorize construction of Merlin division, Rogue River basin project
56 S 709. Increase limit on farm home loans
56 S 727. Relief of certain individuals
56 S 731. Amend bonding provisions of Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act
56 S 805. Authorize United States to participate in increase in resources of fund for special operations of Inter-American Development Bank
56 S 811. Establish an Administration on Aging
56 S 948. Amend Export Control Act as to boycotts by unfriendly countries
56 S 994. Extend operations of National Wool Act
56 S 995. Amend Clayton Act ("Loss leader bill")
56 S 1034. Authorize loans for construction of waste disposal systems and other community services
56 S 1052. Establish Office of Consumers
56 S 1069. Prohibit excess payments for petroleum imports
56 S 1087. Establish minimum standards for humane care of animals used in research
56 S 1091. Provide program of marine exploration of continental shelf
56 S 1093. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act
56 S 1098. Insure adequate supply of freight cars
56 S 1118. Home rule for District of Columbia
56 S 1160. Amend Administrative Procedure Act as to right of public to information
56 S 1200. Establish Court of Veterans' Appeals
56 S 1209. Relief of Manuel D. Recelis
56 S 1210. Relief of Clyde Bruce Aitchison, Jr
56 S 1251. Prescribe certain safety features for all motor vehicles
56 S 1374. Authorize construction of Illinois Valley division, Rogue River basin project
56 S 1446. Amendment. Reserve of certain lands for National Wild Rivers System
56 S 1483. Establish National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities
56 S 1489. Relief of city of Umatilla, Ore
56 S 1524. Amend Foreign Assistance Act
56 S 1564. Enforce Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution (voting rights)
56 S 1576. Amend Act providing for construction of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
56 S 1605. Authorizing additional appropriations for flood control and river basin planning
56 S 1630. Requiring an employment and production budget
56 S 1648. Provide grants for public works in distressed areas
56 S 1759. Expand anti-poverty programs under Economic Opportunity Act
56 S 1766. Authorize loans for community development of water supply systems
56 S 1781. Prohibit hiring of professional strikebreakers
56 S 1787. Provide disability benefits for blind under Social Security
56 S 1828. Relief of Chor Chiu Wun
56 S 1833. Provide for Pacific Medical Center in Hawaii
56 S 1837. Amend Foreign Assistance Act
56 S 1861. Provide additional aid for areas suffering major disaster
56 S 1867. Authorize voluntary methods of recruiting agricultural workers
57 S 1869. Encourage construction of housing for agricultural workers
57 S 1872. Amend District of Columbia Teachers' Retirement Act
57 S, 1969. Amend user fee and entrance fee to Federal recreation areas
57 S, 1991. Establish program of Federal unemployment adjustment benefits
57 S, 1992. Establish Peace by Investment Corporation
57 S 2045. Amend Anti-dumping Act (foreign imports)
57 S 2064. Amend International Claims-Settlement Act as to certain alien property
57 S 2067. Increase educational allowance for war orphans
57 S 2075. Relief of Abraham A. Osipovich
57 S 2089. Provide assistance to California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and Idaho for repair of flood damage
57 S 2097. Provide for judicial review of constitutionality of certain grants or loans
57 S 2112. Relief of Marian Edith Kid-Stanton Simons
57 S 2160. Amend National Aeronautics and Space Act as to inventions
57 S 2210. Increase minimum wage of handicapped workers
57 S 2212. Authorize day care service for certain children in District of Columbia
57 S 2213. Amendment. Provide for low cost housing
57 S 2218. Establish contiguous fishery zone beyond territorial sea of the United States. (Bartlett bill)
57 S 2225. Establish contiguous fishery zone beyond territorial sea of the United States. (Magnuson bill)
57 S 2228. Increase compensation of teachers with Defense Department overseas
57 S 2231. National Highway Traffic Safety Act of 1965 (no bill)
57 S 2251. Establish Department of Marine and Atmospheric Affairs
57 S 2263. Establish traffic branch of District of Columbia Court of General Sessions
57 S 2276. Relief of Veljko Stanisic
57 S 2277. Relief of Veselin Vucinic
57 S 2282. Authorize study of environmental systems
57 S 2302. Establish National Teacher Corps
57 S 2308. Relief of Beasley Engineering Co., Inc
57 S 2350. Assure safety of certain health devices
57 S 2418. Amend Bank Holding Company Act
57 S 2532. Provide grants for construction of elementary and secondary schools
57 S 2546. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act as to time limits on deportations and loss of citizenship
57 S 2574. Amend District of Columbia Teachers' Salary Act
57 S 2602. Remove cloud on title to property in Oregon owned by John Johnson
57 S 2609. Amend Labor Management Relations Act as to uses of trust funds
57 S 2657. Establish Federal Commission on Alcoholism
57 S 2658. Study and encourage beef exports
57 S 2687. (Empty folder: see 2609)
57 S 2697. Establish Peace by Investment Corporation
57 S 2710. Establish International Center in District of Columbia (no bill)
57 S 2773. Authorize construction of Olalla division of Umpqua project
57 S 2776. Allowing hospital benefits under Social Security to former "subversives"
57 S 2778. Provide financial aid for education of children of low-income families
57 S 2781. Authorize construction of Monmouth-Dallas division, Willamette River project
57 S 2791. Amendment. Appropriation for certain military material and equipment
57 S 2792. Amendment. Authorize construction in support of military activities in Southeast Asia
57 S 2793. Amendment. Amend Foreign Assistance Act
57 S 2874. Strengthen American educational resources for international studies
57 S 2921. Provide special milk program for children
57 S 2923. Provide for jury selection in Federal and state courts
57 S 2947. Amend Federal Water Pollution Control Act
57 S 2951. Provide grant-in-aid program for children under foster care
57 S 3005. Amendments. Provide coordinated national safety program
57 S 3046. Improve program of assistance to elementary and secondary schools
57 S 3047. Improve assistance programs for colleges and universities
57 S 3076. Extend Library Services and Construction Act
57 S 3089. Provide program to combat alcoholism
57 S 3093. Authorize furnishing of books and other materials to handicapped
57 S 3097. Provide financial aid for preservation of historic structures
57 S 3098. Promote and coordinate historic preservation activities of Federal, state, and local governments
57 S 3100. Permit disposal of surplus property to state and local educational agencies
57 S 3101. Establish United States Committee on Human Rights
57 S 3107. Provide for comprehensive review of national water resources problems
57 S 3177. Provide assistance for community programs for patients with kidney disease
57 S 3225. Applying water pollution controls to vessels and marinas
57 S 3226. Authorize Federal assistance in training of sewage treatment workers
57 S 3240. Provide for study and investigation of estuaries
57 S 3273. Regulate imports of milk and dairy products
57 S 3303. Increase allowance in certain on-the-job training programs
57 S 3332. Provide special assistance for improvement of laboratory animal facilities
57 S 3344. Establish Small Tax Division in Tax Court of United States
57 S 3357. Allow Civil Aeronautics Board to improve certain services
57 S 3358. Relief of Theodora Toya Bezates
57 S 3384. Widen scope of assistance to nursing homes
57 S 3435. Revise Federal election laws
57 S 3469. Enable District of Columbia to participate in medical care aspects of Social Security
57 S 3502. Provide for disposition of personal effects of veterans dying intestate
57 S 3514. Establish National Eye Institute
57 S 3547. Make certain expenditures by city of Portland eligible as local grants-in-aid under Housing Act
57 S 3580. Provide additional benefits to veterans serving in Vietnam era
57 S 3584. Amendments. Foreign Assistance Act of 1961
57 S 3609. Repeal Section 7 of Act of August 9, 1946 relating to inheritance law of Yakima Indians
57 S 3614. Providing that drugs prescribed under Federal medical care program be prescribed under generic names
57 S 3636. Establish a national mining and minerals policy
57 S 3646. Abolish death penalty
57 S 3649. Provide for disposition of judgement funds to Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation
58 S 3660. Relief of Fred Devine, d.b.a. Fred Devine Diving Co
58 S 3661. Increase certain benefits of Social Security Act
58 S 3662. Establish price support level for milk
58 S 3723. Provide grant-in-aid program for children under foster care
58 S 3746. Amend Longshoremen's Compensation Act as to disability benefits
58 S 3754. Amend Vocational Rehabilitation Act to provide fixed allotment percentage to District of Columbia
58 S 3758. Establish school for deaf at Gallaudet College
58 S 3883. Provide payment of costs and fees to defendants in property condemnation cases
58 SR 16. Amend cloture rule
58 SR 64. Relative to use of radio and television in Senate proceedings
58 SR 65. Provide public address system in Senate chamber
58 SR 84. Establish Select Committee on Consumers
58 SR 98. Print as Senate document a committee print, "Proposed Federal Promotion of 'Shared Time' Education."
58 SR 99. Print as Senate document a committee print, "Student Assistance Handbook."
58 SR 104. Provide funds for study of crime in District of Columbia
58 SR 111. Curtail beef imports in cases of foot-and-mouth disease danger
58 SR 117. Prohibit serving of alcoholic beverages in Senate office buildings and Senate side of capitol
58 SR 150. Expressing sense of Senate as to inter-American policies of the United States
58 SR 217. Authorize Committee on Foreign Relations to investigate all aspects of United States policy in Vietnam
58 SR 252. Extend birthday greetings to Harry S. Truman
58 SR 268. Recommend appointment of committee to study selective service system
58 SJR 1. Amendment to Constitution relating to presidential succession
58 SJR 52. Establish American Indian Day
58 SJR 58. Amendment to Constitution relating to election of President and Vice President
58 SJR 68. Requesting President to declare National Student Council Week
58 SJR 144. Authorize designation of National UNICEF Week
58 SJR 180.Provide for settlement of airlines labor dispute
58 SJR 181.Provide for settlement of airlines labor dispute
58 SJR 184. Authorize President to designate National UNICEF Day
58 SJR 186. Provide for settlement of airlines labor dispute
58 SJR 189. Provide for study of impact of overhead electrical transmission lines and towers
58 SJR, 195. Provide for study of adequacy of laws relating to labor disputes
58 SCR 2. Establish Joint Commission on Organization of Congress
58 SCR 4. Expressing sense of Congress that people of U.S. should be able to view film, "John F. Kennedy."
58 SCR 17. Opposing persecution of persons by Soviet Russia because of their religion
58 SCR 32. Propose establishment of international authority to keep peace
58 SCR 43. Authorize printing as Senate document all floor remarks in tribute to Adlai Stevenson
58 SCR 68. Recognizing the 50th anniversary of chartering of Boy Scouts of America
58 SCR 71. Approve selection of U.S. Olympic Committee
58 SCR 75. Terminate provisions of Southeast Asia Resolution
58 HR 45. Amendment. Authorize U.S. to participate in resources of Fund for Special Operation of Inter-American Development Bank
58 HR 7524. Establish Oregon Dunes National Seashore
58 HR 7984. Amendment. Aid in low-cost housing and urban renewal
58 HR 12752. Amendment. Provide for graduated withholding of income tax from wages
58 HR 13712. Amendment. Raise minimum wages
58 HR 14644. Amendments. Amend Higher Education Facilities Act
58 HR 14929. Amendments. Promote international trade
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59 S 3. Provide procedures for the enforcement of the establishment and free exercise clauses of First Amendment
59 S 5. Provide for disclosure of finance charges in connection with credit extension (Truth-in-lending bill)
59 S 9. Increase educational assistance allowance for on-the-job training programs
59 S 16. Provide veterans' benefits to Vietnam veterans
59 S 17. Provide for payment of certain drugs under medical insurance aspects of Social Security
59 S 18. Establish Small Tax Division in Tax Court of United States
59 S 20. Provide for comprehensive review of national water resource problems
59 S 49. Revitalize American gold mining industry
59 S 51. Authorize construction of Merlin division, Rogue River basin project
59 S 52. Authorize construction of Illinois Valley division, Rogue River basin project
59 S 53. Authorize construction of Olalla division, Umpqua project
59 S 54. Authorize construction of Monmouth-Dallas division, Willamette River project
59 S 55. Relief of Abraham A. Osipovich
59 S 56. Confer on U.S. Court of Claims jurisdiction in case of Eugene E. Laird
59 S 57. Relief of Kenneth Jennings Main
59 S 58. Remove cloud on title to property in Oregon owned by John Johnson
59 S 119. Reserve certain public lands for National Wild Rivers System
59 S 188. Create Commission on Noxious and Obscene Matters and Materials
59 S 276. Provide a National Community Senior Service Corps
59 S 278. Reclassify certain positions in postal field service
59 S 313. Require disclosure of amount and source of income by members of Congress and other Federal officials
59 S 314. Establish policies as to productive capital investments of government
59 S 315. Home rule for District of Columbia
59 S 316. Regulate installment sales in District of Columbia
59 S 317. Amend teacher retirement provisions in District of Columbia
59 S 318. Provide day care service for children in District of Columbia
59 S 325. Establish National Eye Institute in National Institute of Health
59 S 326. Provide common facilities for state and local health and welfare services
59 S 355. Amendments. Improve operation of legislative branch of Federal government
59 S 369. Eliminate hospitalization requirement for qualification in extended care service under Social Security
59 S 428. Provide assistance in establishing bilingual American education programs
59 S 438. Provide additional assistance for disaster areas
59 S 452. Relief of Fred Devine, d.b.a. Fred Devine Diving Co
59 S 479. Provide for flying of American flag over remains of U.S. ship Utah
59 S 522. Establish national mining and minerals policy
59 S 531. Amend Land and Water Conservation Fund Act
59 S 538. Creating Joint Committee on the Budget
59 S 602. Revise and extend Appalachian Development Act
59 S 612. Regulate imports of milk and dairy products
59 S 665. Amendment. Military procurement appropriation
59 S 698. Provide for intergovernmental cooperation in grants-in-aid programs
59 S 732. Relief of Dwayne C. Cox and William D. Martin
59 S 733. Relief of Sabiene Elizabeth DeVore
59 S 780. Extend authority to conduct research on air pollution
59 S 810. Provide for White House Conference on Indian Affairs
59 S 830. Prohibit age discrimination in employment
59 S 852. Authorize aid in planning for land conservation
59 S 854. Reclassify certain positions in postal field service
59 S 876. Permit Federal support of Indians in sectarian colleges and universities
59 S 877. Prohibit "loss leader" sales
59 S 923. Improve safety of railroad transportation
59 S 951. Extend provisions of Older Americans Act of 1965
59 S 990. Establish United States Committee on Human Rights
59 S 1007. Provide for commitment of persons acquitted of offenses against the U.S. solely on grounds of insanity
59 S 1009. Increase benefits under Social Security
59 S 1026. Assure non-discrimination in employment and housing
59 S 1032. Amending Older Americans Act as to status of income received
59 S 1057. Provide additional aid to veterans of Vietnam War
59 S 1063. Amend Agriculture Marketing Act to include onions
59 S 1125. Improve aid to elementary and secondary schools
59 S 1126. Amendment. Improve aid to higher education
59 S 1186. Provide grant-in-aid programs to states for assistance to children under foster care
59 S 1262. Authorize appraisal report of national tidal and Great Lakes shoreline
59 S 1264. Provide specific support for voluntary family planning programs in foreign nations
59 S 1283. Remove tax exemption for interest on state or local obligations issued to finance industrial facilities to be leased to private enterprise (municipal industrial financing)
59 S 1303. Ensure economical provision of drugs to persons entitled under Social Security Act
59 S 1322. Requiring Secretary of Agriculture to distinguish between programs that benefit farmers and consumers or businessmen. ("Fair Farm Budget Act")
59 S 1351. Provide payment of attorneys fees in condemnation cases
59 S 1401. Amendment. Amend Land and Water Conservation Fund Act
59 S 1424. Enable District of Columbia to participate in health benefits of Social Security Act
59 S 1446. Provide for orderly marketing of imports
59 S 1452. Amend District of Columbia minimum wage law
59 S 1470. Relief of Ida group of mining claims in Josephine County
59 S 1484. Establish a Small Business Crime Protection Insurance Corporation
59 S 1487. Amend National Labor Relations Act as to strikes at site of construction projects
59 S 1504. Amend Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act
59 S 1508. Provide program for control of alcoholism
59 S 1545. Provide improved charter for Economic Opportunity Act programs
59 S 1551. Permit compact between states as to taxation of multi-state tax payers
59 S 1613. Impose import limitations on strawberries
59 S 1661. Amend Social Security Act to assure availability of nursing homes
59 S 1681. Amend Social Security Act to provide disability benefits for blind
59 S 1726. Amend Anti-dumping Act of 1921
59 S 1731. Increase number of judges in several District of Columbia courts
59 S 1736. Establish programs of work-study cooperative education
59 S 1760. Abolish death penalty
59 S 1764. Repeal Section 7 of Act of August 9, 1946, as to inheritance laws of Yakima Indians
59 S 1779. Establish international health, education and labor program
59 S 1789. Authorize demonstration projects designed to help young adult criminal offenders
59 S 1796. Impose quotas on certain textile imports
59 S 1805. Assist law schools in training programs in conduct of criminal cases involving indigent persons
59 S 1843. Establish rights for individuals in their relations with Indian tribes
59 S 1856. Amend tariff schedules on mink skins
59 S 1864. Define and regulate practice of psychology in District of Columbia
59 S 1872. Amendment. Regulate Foreign Assistance Act
59 S, 1985. Provide national program of flood insurance
59 S, 1999. Amend District of Columbia Public Education Act
59 S 2028. Amend and extend Higher Education Act
59 S 2040. Provide for Federal assistance for erosion control
59 S 2063. Establish Kenilworth National Capital Park
59 S 2138. Provide food and medical service on emergency basis
59 S 2147. Clarify Meat Inspection Act
59 S 2150. Extend time for making payments on college housing loans
59 S 2151. Amend college work-study program as to matching and hours of work
59 S 2199. Relief of Oscar J. Enriquez
59 S 2201. Provide for appointment of additional circuit judges
59 S 2202. Prohibit broadcasting of liquor advertising during certain hours
59 S 2226. Provide for annual conference on beef exports
59 S 2235. Provide counsel to rural educational agencies as to government benefits available
59 S 2263. Establish system of rural fire prevention and control
59 S 2269. Amendment. Amend Act of August 27, 1954 as to unlawful seizure of U.S. fishing vessels by foreign countries
59 S 2273. Promote training in international agricultural assistance
59 S 2298. Amend system of payments for school construction in impacted areas
59 S 2299. Assure economical provision of drugs to entitled persons under Social Security
59 S 2317. Amend Act relating to election of District of Columbia Board of Education
59 S 2334. Provide for cancellation of NDEA loans for service in armed forces
59 S 2339. Designate Highway 30 between Portland and Astoria as part of national system of interstate highways
59 S 2359. Amend Section 27 of Merchant Marine Act
59 S 2377. Extend Federal-State unemployment compensation program
59 S 2411. Amend tariff schedules as to ground fish
60 S 2463. Amend Social Security Act as to eligibility of subversives
60 S 2467. Amend Social Security Act as to procedures for obtaining hospital benefits
60 S 2485. Amend Longshoremen's Act to improve compensation benefits
60 S 2498. Facilitate financing and improvement of houseboats
60 S 2500. Require health warning on labels on liquor bottles
60 S 2524. Amend Immigration and Nationality Act
60 S 2555. Provide for investigation of advisability of establishing national park in central and northern Cascade Mountains
60 S 2558. Amendment. Relief of Mrs. Charlotte V. Williams
60 S 2617. Establish producer-owned reserves of wheat and other products
60 S 2658. Increase weight limitations on vehicles on interstate system
60 S 2679. Amend District of Columbia Teachers' Salary Act
60 S 2688. Extend provisions of Public Health Service Act for migrant health services
60 S 2704. Provide for employer contributions to trust funds for education of employees and families
60 S 2743. Provide for establishment of reserve stocks of agricultural commodities
60 S 2751. Designate Mount Jefferson Wilderness
60 S 2754. Establish Federal oil shale development program
60 S 2822. Protect public interest in railway mergers
60 S 2838. Increase pensions under Railroad Retirement Act
60 S 2839. Increase benefits under Railroad Retirement Act and Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act
60 S 2864. Provide for research in occupational safety and health
60 S 2871. Expand national school lunch program
60 S 2892. Amend Social Security Act as to public assistance
60 S 2893. Amend Social Security Act to improve aid to families with dependent children
60 S 2931. Relief of estate of William E. Jones
60 S 2935. Amend Social Security Act to redefine term "disability."
60 S 2936. Amend Social Security Act to include certain drugs among health insurance benefits
60 S 2938. Extend certain provisions of Manpower Development and Training Act
60 S 2940. Provide for wider application of displaced business disaster loan program
60 S 2973. Provide for orderly marketing of agricultural commodities by producers
60 S 3013. Provide supplementary appropriation for Economic Opportunity Act
60 S 3063. Provide training opportunities for low income and unemployed persons
60 S 3091. Amendment. Amend Foreign Assistance Act
60 S 3098. Amend Higher Education Act
60 S 3099. Amend Vocational Education Act
60 S 3149. Amend Labor Management Relations Act to permit employer contributions to joint industry promotion of products
60 S 3219. Provide relocation payments to small businesses
60 S 3224. Authorize feasibility investigations of water resources developments
60 S 3263. Provide for holding terms of U.S. District Court at Coquille, Ore
60 S 3310. Transfer drug approval functions from Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare to National Academy of Sciences
60 S 3328. Require safety devices in certain vocational classes in District of Columbia
60 S 3334. Amend Civil Rights Act to apply certain provisions to state and Federal employees
60 S 3335. Amend Small Business Act to increase risk standard in high risk areas
60 S 3336. Protect and secure civil rights under Constitution
60 S 3337. Alter method of fund distribution under Elementary and Secondary Education Act
60 S 3349. Amend U.S. Code relating to educational assistance
60 S 3350. Amend U.S. Code relating to flight training
60 S 3400. Provide Federal assistance to states to improve elementary and secondary school teachers' salaries
60 S 3415. Establish Peace by Investment Corporation
60 S 3427. Prohibit hiring of professional strikebreakers
60 S 3445. Assist schools with high concentrations of low-income families
60 S 3446. Authorize pre-school programs for handicapped children
60 S 3532. Incorporate the American Ex-Prisoners-of-War
60 S 3615. Authorize conveyance of certain lands in Oregon to city of Cascade Locks
60 S 3640. Authorize commission to study executive branch of government
60 S 3689. Authorize certain Federal reclamation projects to obtain assistance from Federal Columbia River Power System
60 S 3753. Amend Section 27 of Merchant Marine Act
60 S 3769. Amend Higher Education Act
60 S 3847. Authorize Secretary of Agriculture to purchase wheat on futures market
60 S 3866. Extend provisions of Commercial Fisheries Research and Development Act
60 S 4010. Provide certain land be held in trust for Indians of Burns Paiute Indian Colony, Harney County, Ore
60 S 4026. Remove cloud on certain properties in Malin, Ore
60 S 4115. Establish Institute on Retirement Income
60 SR 6. Amend standing rules of Senate
60 SR 7. Amend Rule XXII of Senate
60 SR 13. Amend Rule XV of Senate
60 SR 16. Create Committee on Veterans' Affairs
60 SR 49. Declaring in favor of reduction of troops in Europe
60 SR 142. Recognizing 30th anniversary of Bonneville Project Act
60 SR 143. Looking toward a condition of peace in Middle East
60 SR 150. Authorizing investigation of crime in the United States
60 SR 152. Prohibiting serving of liquor in Senate side of capitol
60 SR 218. Authorize funding of Indian Education Subcommittee of Labor and Public Welfare Committee
60 SR 253. Refer S.2931 (Relief of William E. Jones) to Chief Commissioner, Court of Claims for report
61 SR 266. Provide standards of conduct for members of Senate
61 SR 281. Establish Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs
61 SJR 2. Amend Constitution to provide for direct election of President and Vice President
61 SJR 6. Amend Constitution to provide for election of President and Vice President by popular vote
61 SJR 8. Extending voting right to 18 year olds
61 SJR 9. Directing Secretary of Labor to study laws relating to emergency labor disputes, and recommend improvements
61 SJR 53. Support other American Republics in Alliance for Progress
61 SJR 54. Providing equal pay for equal work for men and women
61 SJR 56. Designating National UNICEF Day
61 SJR 65. Extend period of strike moratorium in railway dispute
61 SJR 79. Extend period of strike moratorium in railway dispute
61 SJR 81. Provide for settlement of railway dispute
61 SJR 91. Designate National Vocational Guidance Week
61 SJR 138. Calling on Boy Scouts of America to serve the youth of the nation
61 SJR 158. Designate National Employ the Older Worker Week
61 SJR, 190. Designate Adult Education Week
61 SJR 200. Establish Temporary Commission on Nominations for President and Vice President
61 SCR 10. Restore Federal aid to highways
61 SCR 44. Requesting President to submit question of peace in Southeast Asia to United Nations
61 SCR 47. Urging establishment of U.N. peacekeeping force
61 SCR 70. Establish Joint Committee on Social Welfare
61 HR 7819. Amendment. Extend and amend National Teacher Corps Program
61 HR 9481. Amendment. Supplemental appropriations
61 HR 12080. Amendments. Increase benefits under Social Security
61 HR 15414. Amendments. Continue certain excise taxes
61 HR 18037. Amendment. Appropriation for Department of Health, Education and Welfare
61 HR 18366. Amendment. Amend Vocational Education Act

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Series I:  Legislative correspondence file, 1947-1960

Senate and House bills in varous stages, together with reports, hearings, correspondence with other Congressmen, with departments, and with persons having special interests in certain bills. This file differs from the Bill File in that these bills were not introduced by Senator Morse, though he was a co-sponsor of some. The file is arranged by the name of the committee to which the bill was referred, and under committee by bill number.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
80th Congress
Agriculture and Forestry
Box
1 S 306. Amendment to marketing agreement
1 S 498. Sale of land
1 S 669. Corn and wheat bonus
1 S 814. Wool support prices
1 S 1026. Poultry improvement
1 S 1090. Superior National Forest consolidation
1 S 1251. National soil fertility policy
1 S 1334. Migratory farm labor
1 S 1498. Wool support prices
1 S 2038. Foot and mouth disease research
1 S 2256. Meat inspection
1 S 2318. Coordinated agricultural program
1 S 2418. Land titles
1 S 6248. Reciprocal trade
1 HJR 141. Forest products pilot plants
1 HJR 205. Tongass Forest timber sale,
1 HJR 284. Grain used for liquor manufacture
1 HR 1677. Agricultural Credit Agency
1 HR 1826. Forest land protection
1 HR 2415. Amend Farm Credit Act
1 HR 2876. F. D. Roosevelt Memorial Redwood. Forest
1 HR 3330. Amend Farm Loan Act
1 HR 3367. Agricultural workers
1 HR 3465. Amend Federal Crop Insurance Act
1 HR 4150, 4151. Coordinate soil and water conservation programs
1 HR 6054. National land and water conservation program
1 HR 6248. Price stabilization
1 HR 6301. Cooperative banks
Appropriations
Box
1 General
1 Apprentice training service
1 HR 1775, 2849. School lunches
1 HR, 1968. Civilian Production Administration
1 HR 2436. Post Office and Treasury
1 HR 2700. Department of Labor and Federal Security Agency
1 HR 3123. Interior Department
1 HR 3311. State, Justice, Commerce, Judiciary
1 HR 3601. Agriculture Department
1 HR 3756. Government corporations
1 HR 4002. War Department, civil functions
1 HR 4269. Supplemental appropriations, general
1 HR 5524. War Department, civil functions
1 HR 5607. State, Justice, Commerce
1 HR 5728. Labor Department, Federal Security Agency
1 HR 5883. Agriculture Department
1 HR 6355. Federal Security Agency
1 HR 6481. Government corporations
1 HR 6705. Interior Department
1 HR 6935. Second deficiency appropriations
Armed Services
Box
1 General
1 Naval Affairs Committee, general
1 Armed Services Committee, general
1 Armed Services Committee, sub-committees
1 S 102, 345, 688, 741, 1351; HR 3521, 3892. Terminal leave bonds
1 S 262. American prisoners of war of Japan
1 S 267. Retirement
1 S 270. Conveyance of Ft. Wayne Military Reservation
1 S 364. Surplus airports
1 S 639. Amend Surplus Property Act
1 S 651, 652; HR, 1988. Universal military training
1 S 657. Cadet service credit
1 S 659. Promotion of retired officers
1 S 689. Benefits to WAAC
1 S 728. Retirement pay
1 S 758; HR 2319. Armed services unification
1 S 902, 904; HR 2536, 2537. Promotion policies
1 S 905. Disposal of government property
1 S 932. Retirement of Medal of Honor holders
1 S 1103. Establish Women's Army Corps in Regular Army
1 S 1143. Procurement of doctors for Medical Department
1 S 1169. Allowances for retired enlisted men
1 S 1187. Minimum wage in Canal Zone
1 S 1199. Credit leave to officers
1 S 1560. Research and development work
1 S 1570. Retirement benefits, nurse corps
1 S 1598. Retirement, Reserve officers
1 S 1599. Pay of aviation cadets
1 S 1641. Establish Women's Army Corps in Regular Army
1 S 1649. Medical treatment, naval personnel
2 S 1785. Salvage facilities, Navy
2 S 1799. Amend Act of June 3, 1916
2 S 2002. Incorporate Panama Railroad Co
2 S 2016. Authorize enlistment of aliens
2 S 2139. Prevent retroactive checkage of retired pay
2 S 2309. Transfer of land to Cascade Locks, Ore
2 S 2389. Transfer of surplus property
2 S 2439. Retention of certain German paintings
2 S 2447. Planning for military aircraft requirements
2 S 2655. Selective Service Act of 1948
2 HJR 90. Naval reservists
2 HR 2. Terminal leave bonds
2 HR 142. Prohibit liquor and gambling at military posts
2 HR 1275. Payment of Naval medical claims
2 HR 1366. Procurement by Navy
2 HR, 1982. Revise Medical Department of Army
2 HR 2226. Retirement pay of Navy and Marine officers
2 HR 2370. Advancement of officers on retirement list
2 HR 2575. Amend Articles of War
2 HR 2744. Military retirement
2 HR 2964. Conveyance of part of San Antonio Arsenal
2 HR 3484. Transfer of remount service
2 HR 3501. Amend Armed Forces Leave Act
2 HR 3514. Amend Armed Forces Leave Act
2 HR 3735. Transfer of Santa Rosa Island, Fla
2 HR 3830. Promotion and elimination of officers
2 HR 3851. Inducements to doctors to choose military career
2 HR 4017. Terminal leave bonds
2 HR 4090. Retirement benefits, Nurse Corps
2 HR 4162. Military status of women who served overseas in World War I.
2 HR 4278. National Security Training Act of 1947
2 HR 4776. Return of captured horses to Hungary
2 HR 5298. Status of Civil Air Patrol
2 HR 5314. Maintain rubber-producing industry
2 HR 5344. Prevent retroactive checkage of retired pay
2 HR 5882. Donation of excess and surplus property
2 HR 6401. Selective Service Act of 1948
2 HR 7129. Benefits for civilian flying instructors
Banking and Currency
Box
2 General
2 SCR, 19. Authorizing sub-committee of Joint Committee on the Economic Report
2 SJR 58. Pricing and distribution of sugar
2 SJR 157. Regulation of consumer credit
2 SJR 167. Stabilize commodity prices
2 S 829. Control of bank holding companies
2 S 854. Expedite housing by further appropriation
2 S 866. Housing Act of 1948
2 S 1017. Rent Control Act of 1947
2 S 1070. Cancel capital stock of FDIC
2 S 1177. Amend Home Owners Loan Act of 1933
2 S 1293. Veterans' Administration housing
2 S 1459. Disposal of National Housing Act housing
2 S 1535. (no file)
2 S 1741. Continue rent control
2 S 1758. Amend National Housing Act
2 S 1843. Convey Slowe and Carver Halls to Booker T. Washington Birthplace Memorial
2 S 1857. Ratify petroleum contracts
2 S 1888. Temporary price control on certain items
2 S, 1923. Price control on certain items
2 S 2182. Extend rent control
2 S 2417. Premium charge of Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
2 S 2746. Extend Second Decontrol Act of 1947
2 HJR 333. Coinage commemorating end of war with Spain
2 HR 43. Housing Act of 1947
2 HR 314. Amend National Defense Housing Act of 1940
2 HR 1333. Permit sale of gold
2 HR 2523. National Housing Commission Act
2 HR 2780. Amend Housing Act
2 HR 3203. Change in rent control
2 HR 3448. Amend Federal Home Loan Bank Act
2 HR 3545. Extension of Lanham Act
2 HR 4902. Home rule, District of Columbia
2 HR 5470. Repeal certain provisions of export license law
2 HR 6888. Tariff on foreign plywood
2 HR 6959. Housing Act of 1948
Civil Service
Box
2 Post offices, general
2 SR 81. Post office investigation
2 S 58. Amend Civil Service Retirement Act
2 S 201. Amend Civil Service Retirement Act
2 S 203. Increase equipment maintenance allowance of rural carriers
2 S 205. Reclassify salaries of postal employees
2 S 263; HR 2099. Carrying mail on star routes
3 S 430. Amend Civil Service Retirement Act
3 S 447. Sick leave for rural letter carriers
3 S 554. Census of manufacturers and businesses
3 S 614. Amend census law as to religion
3 S 635. Pay of substitute postal workers
3 S 637. Civil Service retirement pay
3 S 715. Retirement pay for F.B.I. employees
3 S 744. Prohibit government furnishing stamped envelopes with printed matter
3 S 989. Amend Trading with the Enemy Act
3 S 1255. Amend Veterans' Preference Act
3 S 1490. Change status of Panama Railroad pension fund
3 S 1537. Increase pay for officers of executive departments
3 S 1848. Increase pay for Federal employees
3 S 1849. Increase pay for Federal employees
3 S, 1949. Pay increases, postal employees
3 S 2281. Air parcel post service
3 S 2285. Wages of employees in navy yards
3 S 2319. Survey of physically handicapped
3 S 2324. Preference to part-time war-service employees
3 S 2327. Protect equities of Civil Service employees
3 HR 739. Protect veterans and career service Federal employees
3 HR 1045. Amend census as to religion
3 HR 1272. Revise pay and promotion rules, Civil Service
3 HR 1321. Increase Civil Service retirement benefits
3 HR 1362. Service credit for certain naval officers
3 HR 1389. Amend Veterans' Preference Act of 1944
3 HR 1415. Appointment of veterans in field service, Post Office Department
3 HR 1452. Sick leave for rural letter carriers
3 HR 1714. Exclude certain employees in Federal hospitals from Classification Act
3 HR, 1973. Appointment of veterans in field service, Post Office Dept.
3 HR 2229. Amend act relating to appointment of postmasters
3 HR 2848. Suppress anti-Semitism
3 HR 2857. Second class mailing privileges for certain publications
3 HR 2859. Regulate sales of proofs of postage stamps
3 HR 3202. Prohibit printing on envelopes sold by Post Office Dept.
3 HR 3338. Temporary pay raise, field service, Post Office Dept.
3 HR 3519. Permanent postal rates
3 HR 3813. Removal from office of disloyal employees in executive branch
3 HR 4127. Amend Civil Service Retirement Act
3 HR 4459. Free postage for gift packages to certain foreign countries
3 HR 4624. Temporary cost-of-living raise for Federal employees
3 HR 4727. Rais