Guide to the Henry M. Jackson Papers
1912-1987

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Jackson, Henry M. (Henry Martin), 1912-1983
Title: Henry M. Jackson papers
Quantity: approximately 1,240 cubic feet
Location of Collection: Materials are located in Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries. For more information about this collection including links to additional inventories, container lists and digital content, please connect to the finding aid on the University of Washington website.
Collection Number: 3560
Summary: Papers, photographs, and other media materials of a Democratic Congressman and Senator from Washington State.
Repository:
University of Washington Libraries
Special Collections

Box 352900
Seattle, WA 98195-2900

Languages: Collection materials are in English.  
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through grants awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Henry M. Jackson Foundation.

Biographical Note

Early years: Henry Martin Jackson was born in Everett, Washington, in 1912,

 

the son of Norwegian immigrants. His sister gave him hislife-long nickname "Scoop" after a comic strip character in the local newspaperhe delivered as a boy. He briefly attended Stanford University beforegraduating from the University of Washington, where he earned his bachelor oflaws degree in 1935. After passing the bar examination, he entered privatepractice in Everett. Jackson won his first elective office at the age of 26,when he was chosen Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney in 1938. Two yearslater, in 1940, he ran successfully for the Second District congressional seatvacated when Representative Mon Wallgren ran for the U.S. Senate.

House years: Jackson served 12 years

 

as a congressman, concentrating primarily on issues of interestto the Pacific Northwest. To serve the interests of his district, he sought andwon a seat on the Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Public powerdevelopment was among his legislative priorities. Jackson supported a plan byNorthwest legislators to establish the Columbia Valley Authority, a system ofpublicly financed hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River run by an agencysimilar to the Tennessee Valley Authority, and later used his seat on theInterior Subcommittee of the Appropriations Committee to secure federal fundingfor regional power and public works projects. Jackson became interested in thepotential military and civilian uses of atomic energy and was appointed to theJoint Atomic Energy Committee in 1949.

Jackson's tenure in the House was briefly interrupted by service in the U.S. Army. He enlisted in 1943, but was recalled by President Roosevelt to congressional service after basic training.

Senate years: In 1952, Jackson defeated the

 

Republican incumbent, Harry P. Cain, to win a seat in the U.S.Senate. Jackson's role on the Joint Atomic Energy Committee and his proposalfor an atomic plant at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation to power industrialdevelopment in the Tri-Cities area were critical in countering charges fromMcCarthyites that he was soft on communism.

Jackson was assigned to the Government Operations Committee's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, a position which quickly put him at the center of the un-American activities controversies and in the national spotlight. He won recognition for his questioning during the televised Army-McCarthy hearings in the spring of 1954, in which he came across as fair and evenhanded. Jackson remained a member of the PSI the rest of his Senate tenure and chaired the Subcommittee from 1973 to 1978.

Foreign policy:

 

Following the Army-McCarthy hearings, Jackson turned hisattentions from internal security matters to the defense and foreign policyissues with which he would become so strongly identified. In the summer of1954, Jackson was named to the Senate Armed Services Committee, and in 1955 hewon reappointment to the Joint Atomic Energy Committee. In 1959, Jacksonassumed chairmanship of the Government Operations Committee's newly formedSubcommittee on National Policy Machinery, which studied how the government'sCold War strategy was made and executed.

Jackson came to be known as an unceasing advocate of a strong national defense. A stern adversary of the Soviet Union, he cast a critical eye on arms limitation agreements. His support became a key factor in the adoption of any agreement. The Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963 and the interim agreement that resulted from the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT I) of 1972 were adopted only after the Senate agreed to Jackson-sponsored amendments. As chairman of the Armed Services Committee Subcommittee on Arms Control, he carefully monitored negotiations for a SALT II treaty, which were conducted between 1972 and 1979, and strongly criticized the resulting document.

Jackson was an early advocate of U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia. As the conflict in Vietnam dragged on, his continued support of Johnson and Nixon Administration policies found him increasingly in conflict with the Democratic Party and public opinion. Jackson voted against President Ford's request for aid for the crumbling South Vietnamese government in 1975, but remained convinced that the decision to become involved in Vietnam was fundamentally correct.

Jackson was an ardent supporter of Israel and championed the

 

cause of human rights, most notably for Soviet Jews anddissidents. In 1972, Jackson introduced an amendment to the Trade Reform Actwhich sought to withhold investment credit and Most Favored Nation trade statusfrom countries which denied their citizens the right to emigrate. Theprovision, later known as the Jackson-Vanik Amendment, became law in 1974.Jackson also frequently intervened on behalf of individuals trying to emigrateto the U.S.

As early as 1966, Jackson spoke of the importance of working out "a livable relationship with the Chinese Communists," and he was instrumental in helping move the U.S. towards recognition of the People's Republic of China. As Jackson became a specialist on China, he played a significant behind-the-scenes role in influencing U.S. leaders and policy toward China.

 

Domestic policy: Jackson often found himself at odds with theDemocratic Party on defense issues, yet on domestic issues he remained aquintessential New Dealer, firm in his belief that an active Federal governmentcould improve the lives of ordinary citizens. He supported such initiatives asthe GI Bill, Medicare, and Medicaid. Jackson worked to ensure that his ownconstituents would benefit directly from federal spending and programs. Jacksonand his colleague, Warren G. Magnuson, were able to use their committeepositions and accumulated seniority to direct federal money and programs toWashington State.

As a member and later Chairman (1963-1980) of the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Jackson played a key role in federal lands policy. He shepherded through the Senate the Wilderness Areas Act of 1964, which established a system for designating wilderness areas on public lands. He brokered the legislative compromises that led to the creation of the North Cascades National Park in 1968 and the passage of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act in 1980. He was also the author the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, the cornerstone of American environmental law.

Jackson's chairmanship of the committee, which was renamed the Energy and Natural Resources Committee in 1977, also allowed him to influence energy matters. He was a proponent of the construction of a dual-purpose nuclear reactor at Hanford. Jackson played a key role in crafting the nation's response to the oil embargo imposed by the Oil Producing and Exporting Countries (OPEC) in 1973 and in the passage of the Northwest Power Planning and Conservation Act of 1980.

The candidate: From his first election to political office,

 

Jackson acquired a reputation as a tenacious campaigner andformidable political adversary. He handily defeated a succession of Republicanopponents. The only exception was his narrow re-election victory in the 1946Republican landslide. In 1970, he turned back his only serious primarychallenge from Spokane lawyer Carl Maxey.

Jackson first emerged as a national candidate in 1960 as a contender for the vice presidential nomination. Presidential nominee John F. Kennedy, however, chose Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson as his running mate, and Jackson was asked to head the Democratic National Committee. In the early 1970s an informal poll of his Senate colleagues ranked him best qualified to be President, yet Jackson was unsuccessful in his 1972 and 1976 bids for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.

Final years: The 1980 elections gave the Republican Party control of the Senate and Jackson lost his committee chairmanship. He nevertheless retained great influence as ranking member of the Armed Services, Government Affairs, and Energy and Natural Resources Committees.

Henry M. Jackson died suddenly of a heart attack on September 1, 1983. At the time of his death he held the record for longest service in Congress.

Content Description

The numerous accessions that make up the Henry M. Jackson papers measure approximately 1,235 cubic feet. They date from 1912 to 1987, with the bulk of the material from the period 1940-1983, Jackson's years in Congress. The papers document Jackson's career as a small-town attorney, member of Congress, United States senator, and presidential candidate. Accessions 3560-1 through 3560-20 represent the original body of papers donated to the University of Washington Libraries shortly after the Senator's death. The papers were divided into separate accessions by date and material type to facilitate processing as well as early access by researchers. Accessions 21 through 30 contain materials that were added subsequently. Accessions 31 through 34 were created in 2007 when audio, moving image, and photographic and graphic materials in the collection were reprocessed and relisted.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

The Jackson papers are open to all researchers with the following exceptions:

The case files in accessions 3560-1 (pre-congressional papers), 3560-6 (FPD papers), 3560-8 (House case files) and 3560-14 (Senate case files) as well as any individual case files in other accessions are restricted to use by graduate students, university faculty members, and others doing similar serious research. These users must sign a statement indicating an understanding of the restrictions on the dissemination of information contained in these files. These conditions also apply to the microfilm of outgoing letters in accession 3560-19, which includes correspondence from constituent case files.

The Joel Merkel subgroup in box 330 of accession 3560-5 (Senate papers) is closed until an undetermined date before 2011.

Restrictions on Use :  

Literary rights to the Jackson papers have been transferred to the University of Washington. However, copyright restrictions apply to incoming letters and may apply to many of the photographs, moving image materials, sound recordings, and political cartoons. Researchers are advised to consult with the staff of the Special Collections Division, University of Washington Libraries for further information.

Administrative Information

Additional Reference Guides :  

To view selections from the collection in digital format, you can view the finding aid on the University of Washington website

Acquisition Information :  

The main body of Jackson's papers was donated to the University of Washington Libraries by his widow, Mrs. Helen Jackson, after his death in 1983, with a small quantity of additional materials from his home in Everett donated in 1985. This part of the collection makes up accessions 3560-1 through 3560-20.

The Libraries subsequently acquired additional materials between 1991 and 1995 from the Jackson family and other sources, including former campaign aide Richard S. Page and Laszlo Pal. These materials, which include papers that became separated from the rest of Jackson's papers when his office was closed, make up accessions 3560-21 through 3560-30.

Accessions 31 through 34 were created in 2007 when audio, moving image, and photographic and graphic materials in the collection were reprocessed and relisted.

Processing Note :  

The main body of Jackson's papers was processed between the summer of 1984 and June of 1987 contemporaneously with the papers of Jackson's colleague, Warren G. Magnuson. Funding for what was known as the Congressional Papers Project was provided by a special grant from the Washington State Legislature. The papers were divided into separate accessions by date and material type to facilitate processing and early access by researchers. Accessions 3560-21 through 3560-30 were processed as they were acquired. Accession 3560-28 is a merger of accessions 3560-22, 3560-25 and 3560-27. Accession 3560-032 is a merger of accessions 3560-009 and 3560-018. Accession 3560-033 is a merger of accessions 3560-015, 3560-027, 3560-023, and 3560-024.

While all the constituent case files from Jackson's House years were retained, all but a representative sampling (10%) of the case files from the last four years of Jackson's Senate career (1980-1983) were discarded during processing. Representative case files from Jackson's Senate years up to 1980 were retained in the papers of Warren G. Magnuson, accession 3181-10. Magnuson served in the Senate from 1945 to 1980.

From the large volume of legislative correspondence in accessions 3560-4 and 3560-5, only a representative number of letters regarding each bill or issue was kept. If the original volume of letters was 3 inches or less, all was kept; 3-6 inches, 50%; more than 6 inches, 20%. The folders which were sampled are identified on the inventory and by a slip of paper in the file which indicates how much of the material was retained. In addition, only 50% of the letters of condolence received by Jackson's family after his death was retained.

For additional information about processing of a specific accession, consult the processing notes for that accession.

Separated Materials :  

Books not previously held by the University of Washington Libraries were transferred to the main book collection. Duplicates were offered to the University's Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. Government documents were offered to the Government Publications Division of the Libraries.

Related Materials :  

Records of the House and Senate committees on which Jackson sat are held by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Records of the House of Representatives, RG 233, are open to research after 30 years unless otherwise restricted by statute or executive order from public disclosure. However, investigative records containing personal data, administrative records relating to personnel, and records from hearings that are closed are restricted for a period of 50 years. Access to certain committee records may be subject to an order of the committee. Records less than 30 years old that were made public before being transferred to the Libraries are considered open. (See House Rule VII).


Detailed Description of the Collection

Accession No.  3560-001:  Pre-congressional papers, 1930-1940,   (bulk 1939-1940)
1.05 cubic feet

Access to the case files and legal documents is restricted.Contact repository for more information.

The pre-congressional papers of Henry M. Jackson date primarilyfrom his time as Snohomish County's prosecuting attorney. However, aside fromsome campaign ephemera and a small amount of personal papers, this accessionincludes only materials generated by the private law practice he maintainedwhile he was the prosecuting attorney. The materials consist largely of generalcorrespondence and case files. His correspondence touches on many of the localpolitical issues of the day, including his unsuccessful bid to be namedSnohomish County Superior Court Judge and his decision to run for Congress in1940. The case files consist of seven folders of correspondence relating to avariety of cases. They reveal a small, post-Depression law practice with theusual assortment of wills, deeds, contracts, and collection disputes.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
1/1 Adair, Chester C. (Island County Prosecuting Attorney) 1939
1/1 Benson, Naomi 1939
1/1 Bischofberger, Pauline 1940
1/1 Boe, Ivar 1940
1/1 Black, Lloyd 1939
1/1 Brown, Geneva 1940
1/1 Cochran, Ralph C. 1939
1/1 Deane, Armond 1940
1/1 Democratic Party. Snohomish County Young Democratic Club 1940
1/1 Dill, Clarence C. 1940
1/1 Dootson, Jack 1939
1/1 Dressel, Hugh A. (Pend Oreille County Prosecuting Attorney) 1939
1/1 Edwards, A. C. 1939
1/1 Elliott, E. N. Rhodes 1940
1/1 Everett Community Fund 1940
1/1 Flowers, Ethel M. undated
1/1 Frederickson, Earl 1939
1/1 Glad, Peter 1939
1/2 Hanson, Charles 1939-1940
1/2 Henry, Edward E. 1940
1/2 Heslop, Fred J. 1936-1940
1/2 Humphrey, Robert M. 1939-1940
1/2 Pemberton, Joseph T. 1939
1/3 Scheldt, Ray 1939
1/3 Shorett, George 1939
1/3 Smythe, Ralph (Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney) 1940
1/3 Troy, Smith (Washington Attorney General) 1940
1/3 Warnock, Phil G. 1939
1/4 Letters of Recommendation 1939-1940
1/5 Miscellaneous 1939-1940
Box/Folder
1/6 Campaign Materials -- Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney 1938
Subject Series
Box/Folder
1/7 East Pacific Highway Proposal 1937
2/1-6 Case Files
Correspondence is in chronological order.
Restricted; contact repository for more information.
1939-1940
2/7 Legal Documents
Restricted; contact repository for more information.
Black and Rucker, Attorney at Law
Box/Folder
3/1 Partnership Agreement 1936
3/2-7 Financial Records 1936-1940
3/8 Appointment Book
Jackson, Henry M. Personal Papers
Box/Folder
3/9 Diploma - University of Washington 1935
3/10 Roster - Free and Accepted Masons. Lodge 137 1940
3/11 Everett High School Annual 1930

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Accession No.  3560-002:  House papers, 1940-1952
circa 66 cubic feet

This accession documents Jackson's six terms in the U.S. House ofRepresentatives. Arrangement of the papers follows that established byJackson's staff and used throughout Jackson's congressional career. The filingcategories include General (personal) Correspondence, DepartmentalCorrespondence, Legislative Correspondence, Legislation-HMJ Sponsored Bills,Campaign Materials, Speeches and Writings, Lists, News Releases, Publications,Clippings, Scrapbooks, Subject Series, and Appointment Books.

General Correspondence consists of the Jackson's correspondencewith friends and associates on a variety of personal and political topics. Theyare arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Some write on issues of nationalor regional importance, such as Edward Allen on fisheries, Oliver Colvin onmerchant marine development, Frank Killien on commodity controls andallocations, Charles Gable on Everett housing problems, and General Mark Clarkthe 5th Army's Rapido River attack during World War II. Other correspondents,such as Nick Bez, Addis Gutmann, Harry Henson and Rogan Jones, touch on avariety of state political issues. Jackson had a network of correspondentsfeeding him information on political activities in his district. Thesecorrespondents included Frank and Leslie Cooper (Snohomish_ County), OrlandIverson (Whatcom County), Axel Nelson (Skagit County), Joseph Pemberton(Bellingham) and Phil Sheridan (Everett).

The Departmental Correspondence includes letters with variousfederal agencies, as well as constituent information and assistance requestsbucked to agencies. They are arranged alphabetically by department or agency.The correspondence reflects a typical range of wartime and postwar problems:commodity shortages and rationing, demobilization, price controls, surplusmilitary property disposition, etc. These files include documentation onJackson's work to help secure funding for federal projects and facilities inthe state, including military bases, Everett shipyards, Columbia Basin dam andirrigation projects, Puget Sound river and harbor improvement projects, andOlympic National Park. There are additional files on state projects among theHouse Rivers and Harbors Committee and the House Flood Control Committeerecords. These topics are also documented in the Subject Series.

The Correspondence with legislative colleagues (filed under "U.S.House" and "U.S. Senate") consists mainly of routine thank yous and birthdaygreetings, but a few letters do touch on the political maneuvering in Congress.The voluminous correspondence with John Salter, his aide, describesCongressional activities, particularly during the time Jackson was in the Armyin 1942-43.

The Legislative Correspondence consists of letters between Jacksonand his constituents on the legislative issues of the day, including education(Borden Bill), housing, Japanese relocation camps, public power, universalmilitary training and un-American activities. Jackson's support of organizedlabor is reflected in a number of files, including those on the Taft-HartleyAct, the Fair Labor Standards Act and assorted other labor and anti-laborbills. His views on many of these legislative topics are further developed inhis Speeches and Writings, which also often contain collected backgroundmaterial on a given topic.

Legislative materials can be found throughout several seriesbesides the Legislative Correspondence series. In fact, materials in theLegislative Correspondence series overlaps topically with material in theLegislation-HMJ Sponsored Bills series, in which Jackson's own legislativeprogram is most evident. Papers related to the drafting and passage oflegislation can be found in the Subject Series, Speeches and Writings, and NewsReleases. These series contain notes, speech drafts, press releases, staffmemoranda and additional correspondence. Legislative materials can also befound in the files of the various committees on which Jackson sat.

Jackson's own legislative program is most evident in the SponsoredBills series and in the committee files. He worker) on a number of regionallysignificant issues. Public power development was one of Jackson's priorities.In 1946 and 1949 he co-sponsored bills to establish a Columbia ValleyAuthority. And although he, Hugh B. Mitchell, Warren G. Magnuson and otherNorthwest Legislators pushed this issue for several years, the CVA was neverestablished. Additional material on the CVA is in the Departmental andLegislative Correspondence and in the Subject Series, as well as in theMitchell (acc. no. 927) and Magnuson (acc. no. 3181-3) papers. Jackson alsodealt with public power issues as a member (after 1947) of the HouseAppropriations Committee Interior Subcommittee. In his campaign literature hetouted the fact that he was the only Western States member of thissubcommittee. .

Jackson represented Washington State natural resources interestsas a member of the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee and various ofits subcommittees, where he worked on a variety of fishing and shippingproblems. This committee was Jackson's first choice for assignment when heentered the House.

Jackson's growing interest in atomic energy issues is documentedin the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy sub-series. In 1948 Jackson was namedto the Congressional Joint Atomic Energy Committee, an assignment he kept evenafter his election as Senator in 1952. Although this committee assignmentpresages Jackson's later interest in national security and nuclear weaponry, atthis time he was most interested in the development of the Atomic EnergyCommission's Hanford Site. While much of the material is related toadministrative issues at the Hanford site, the sub-series also containsmaterials outlining Jackson's early views on the role of nuclear arms in thenation's defense policy.

Native American affairs were a particular concern from 1944 to1947 when Jackson served as a member of the House Indian Affairs Committee andco-sponsored the Indian Claims Commission Bill. The Commission was establishedin 1946, providing Native Americans with a means to seek redress for treatyviolations. There was a five year limit on filing claims and a ten year limiton the life of the commission. Prior to the establishment of the commission,Native American had been barred from the federal courts, pursuant to an 1863law.

The Scrapbooks were assembled by Jackson's staff and includemostly clippings on topics of interest. The contents were removed from theiroriginal notebooks, then foldered, labeled, and arranged chronologically andthen alphabetically by subject within each year. Microfilm copies of thescrapbooks from this accession are found in accession 3560-20.

This accession reveals a young, progressive congressman focusedprimarily on issues of local and regional interest. The General Correspondenceincludes letters from Jackson's network of political allies keeping him abreastof developments around the state. Correspondence with his aide, John L. Salter,provides a rich description of congressional activities, particularly duringthe time Jackson was in the army in 1943-1944.

The Campaign Material series contains materials related toJackson's congressional re-election campaigns in 1942, 1944, 1946, 1948, and1950. The materials include correspondence, speeches and writings, newsreleases, clippings, and financial records and are arranged chronologically bycampaign.

Open to all users; however, researchers who use DepartmentalCorrespondence (boxes 8-26) must sign a release form agreeing not to divulgethe identity of any individual named in a case file.

Users must use microfilm copies of scrapbooks instead oforiginals.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
1/1 Achenbach, Gerry 1940-1943
1/2 Adair, Chester C. 1942-1950
1/3 Adams, William C. 1949
1/4 Adkins, Clifford 1941-1951
1/5 Aldwell, Thomas T. 1941-1951
1/6 Alhadeff, Jack J. 1941
1/7-8 Allen, Edward J. 1941-1952
1/9 Allen, Ellen W. 1943-1947
1/10 Allyn, Harry J. 1942-1949
1/11 Ambler, John 1943-1945
1/12 Anderson, Anders 1941-1949
1/13 Anderson, Arthur B. 1944-1950
1/14 Anderson, C. E. 1949-1951
1/15 Anderson, Clinton P. 1945
1/16 Arend, Walter A. 1941-1948
1/17 Arms, P. C. 1947-1950
1/18 Armstrong, Orena 1941-1947
1/19 Astrup, Einar 1948
1/20 Atwood, Richard C. 1941-1945
1/21 Aymar, William M. 1942-1946
1/22-23 A 1940-1952
1/24 Backstrom, Henry 1941-1950
1/25 Bailey, Philip W. 1950-1951
1/26 Baillargeon, Cebert 1943-1949
1/27 Baker, Archie 1945-1948
1/28 Baker, Frank 1941
1/29 Ballew, Jack A. 1941-1950
1/30 Bargreen, Howard 1945-1951
1/31 Bartley, Bruce 1942-1950
1/32 Baugh, Virgil E. 1944-1949
1/33 Baumgardner, Elsie 1942-1950
1/34 Bay, C. B. 1941-1944
1/35 Bayley, Frank S. 1949-1951
1/36 Beach, Robert W. 1941-1952
1/37 Beals, Walter B. 1943
1/38 Beardsley, Arthur S. 1941-1946
1/39 Beeks, William T. 1947-1952
1/40 Beernink, Harry J. 1944-1951
1/41 Benjamin, Earl W. 1943
1/42 Bennett, Charles A. 1941-1949
1/43 Benson, Naomi A. 1941-1947
1/44 Berg, Bert M. 1943-1948
1/45 Bergeron, Rene E. 1941-1949
1/46 Bernhoft, George K. 1943-1945
1/47 Best, Robert D. 1941-1951
1/48 Bez, Nick 1943-1950
1/49 Billingsley, Kirby 1943-1951
1/50 Black, David S. 1949-1951
1/52 Bland, S. O. 1942-1944
1/53 Boardman, Phil (see also: Company B) 1942-1947
1/54 Boe, Ivar Lars 1941-1948
1/55 Boettcher, W. F. 1944-1950
1/56 Boettner, James J. 1943-1950
1/57 Boettner, Julius F. 1941-1944
1/58 Bolinger, J. R. 1943-1949
1/59 Bone, Homer T. 1941-1946
1/60 Boney, Mentor 1942-1947
1/61 Booth, Norman G. 1943-1946
1/62 Boren, Arthur C. 1945-1949
1/63 Bowden, Richard W. 1941
1/64 Bowen, John C. 1941-1950
1/65 Boyd, Peter J. 1946-1952
1/66 Boyer, Stanley A. 1941-1945
1/67 Bradley, E. J. 1945-1950
1/68 Brown, C. S. 1944-1948
1/69 Brown, Henry M. 1943-1950
1/70 Brown, Mary 1941-1951
1/71 Brown, Vaughan 1941-1952
1/72 Bullitt, Stimson 1946-1947
1/73 Burdick, Alice E. 1942-1945
1/74 Butler, J. E. 1943-1945
1/75-79 B 1940-1952
1/80 Callison, I. P. 1949-1950
1/81 Calvert, Laurence 1943-1944
1/82 Calvert, Starr 1943-1946
1/83 Cameron, Val 1946-1950
1/84 Carlson, Bror G. 1942-1949
1/85 Carlson, Mildred J. and Glen E. 1941-1950
1/86 Carpenter, Clifford 1941-1949
1/87 Carraher, Mort 1943
1/88 Carroll, Harry B. 1949-1950
1/89 Carter, Orrie O. 1945-1949
1/90 Chace, Aurelia Ferris 1941-1942
1/91 Chambers, Mary Susan 1941-1947
1/92 Clarke, Don 1942-1948
2/1 Clark, Mark W. 1942-1952
2/2 Clise, J. W. 1942-1950
2/3 Cochran, Neil and Ralph 1941-1946
2/4 Coe, Earl 1948-1952
2/5 Coleman, Clarence J. 1941-1952
2/6 Coles, Marvin 1944-1946
2/7 Collier, Sidney M. 1941-1951
2/8 Colvin, Oliver D. 1942-1952
2/9-12 Company B (HMJ's army unit) 1940-1952
2/13 Connelly, Matthew J. (Secretary to President) 1945-1949
2/14 Cook, George S. 1941-1943
2/15 Cook, Terry H. 1941-1942
2/16-17 Cooper, Frank and Leslie 1941-1951
2/18 Coughlin, Paul 1949-1951
2/19 Crawford, Harriet Ann 1947
2/20 Cremer, Stewart 1944-1947
2/21 Cronkite Family 1941-1946
2/22 Cross, Howard 1941-1946
2/23 Council, Mary Lee 1948-1951
2/24 Currie, Don 1947-1948
2/25 C 1940-1952
2/29 Dalstead, Gus 1942-1946
2/30 Davies, William D. 1942-1951
2/31 Deane, Charles J. 1941
2/32 Deane, Clarence S. 1941-1943
2/33 Deebach, Walter 1941-1946
2/34 Delaney, Tom 1940-1949
2/35 Dellwo, Robert 1951
2/36 Denney, Charles R. 1941-1949
2/37 Dennis, A. T. 1941-1947
2/38 Dillon, Robert 1941-1952
3/1 Doeg Family 1942-1944
3/2 Dolan, Clarence 1942-1949
3/3 Donovan, Daniel 1943-1946
3/4 Donovan, Mary and Mike 1941-1944
3/5 Dootson Family 1941-1951
3/6 Dowdle, James 1941-1943
3/7 Downie, Frank 1941-1945
3/8 Drews, Arnold H. 1942-1948
3/9 Durham, Tom A. 1941-1942
3/10 Duryee, Dan 1941-1949
3/11 Duryee, Marjorie A. 1943-1951
3/12-14 D 1940-1952
3/15 Eberhardt, John 1946-1947
3/16 Eberhardt, Sylvia 1941-1942
3/17 Edwards, A. E. 1942-1946
3/18 Eliot, Thomas H. 1941-1952
3/19 Ellis, Harry C. 1942-1943
3/20 Enright, G. L. 1943-1944
3/21 Eubank, Carl C. 1944-1945
3/22 Evans, Frank S. 1942-1945
3/23 Evans, June 1945-1947
3/24 E 1940-1952
3/25 Faller, George F. 1944-1945
3/26 Fellows, Fred 1942
3/27 Fletcher, Helen and Walter 1942-1949
3/28 Forman, William 1942-1951
3/29 Forsgren, Richard 1941-1949
3/30 Foss Family 1942-1949
3/31 Fowler, George W. 1943-1949
3/32 Fox, Albert 1941-1945
3/33 Freeman, Kemper 1943-1944
3/34 Freeman, Miller 1943-1945
3/35 Freeman, William B. 1943-1944
3/36 Friedman, Samuel 1944-1950
3/37-38 F 1940-1952
3/39-40 Gable, Charles 1941-1952
3/41 Gagnon, Dan 1941-1944
3/42 Gannonn, G. W. 1941-1951
3/43 Garrison, Tillman 1949
3/44 Genesle, Elmon A. 1942-1946
3/45 Ghormley, Ralph (see also: Jackson Family) 1942-1949
3/46 Gibson, Ed 1942-1950
3/47 Ginnett, Robert W. 1949-1950
3/48 Glassberg, A. M. 1941-1950
3/49 Godbold, Norman 1946-1952
3/50 Goenen, John C. 1942-1950
3/51 Goodin, Paul 1950-1952
3/52 Grant, Harry 1941-1950
3/53 Green, Jack A. 1941-1950
3/54 Greenebaum, Adah 1948-1951
3/55 Grenbemer, George J. 1944-1950
3/56 Griffiths, Thomas E. 1945-1946
3/57 Grimison, Anna 1945
3/58 Gritten, Leslie A. 1941-1950
3/59 Gutmann, Addis 1942-1952
3/60-61 G 1940-1952
3/62 Haas, Saul 1945-1952
3/63 Hack, Maurice 1941-1951
3/64 Haggard, Fred E. 1944-1945
3/65 Haggard, W. W. 1942-1943
3/66 Hall, Charles C. 1943-1949
3/67 Hanbloom, H. G. 1943-1946
3/68 Hansen, Carl E. 1945-1951
3/69 Hansen, Einar 1948-1949
3/70 Hansen, Paul H. 1947-1949
3/71 Hanson, Charles F. 1941
3/72 Harmon, Craig A. 1949-1951
3/73 Harnett, Arthur L. 1947-1948
3/74 Hartz, David M. 1941-1947
3/75 Hays, Tully H. 1941-1946
3/76 Heede, Burger M. 1944-1945
3/77 Hennesey, Ed P. 1941-1950
3/78 Henry, Edward E. 1941-1950
3/79-80 Henson, Harry 1941-1951
3/81 Hinman, Grover W. 1942-1945
3/82 Hislop, Fred J. 1941-1948
3/83 Hite, Gaynel M. 1944-1946
3/84 Hite, James C. 1942-1946
3/85 Hoeck, Jerry 1949-1951
3/86 Hogan, Vincent P. 1941-1950
3/87 Houston, Roy 1949-1950
3/88 Howard, Arthur H. 1941-1944
3/89 Hughes, Vic A. 1944
4/1 Humphrey, Robert M. 1941-1949
4/2 Hunter, James P. 1941-1946
4/3 Hunter, Mazie 1941
4/4 Hurley, John R. 1942-1950
4/5-8 H 1940-1952
4/9-11 Ivarson, Orland 1941-1952
4/12 I 1940-1952
4/13 Jackson Family (incl. correspondence with parents) 1941-1951
4/14 Jackson, Frank C. 1941-1943
4/15 Jacobsen, Eldon W. 1949-1951
4/16 James, Frank W. 1941-1949
4/17 Janssen, George 1941-1945
4/18 Jenkins, Warren M. 1942-1947
4/19 Jensen, Odin 1941-1949
4/20 Jesdahl, Carl 1941-1945
4/21 Jewitt, Ned A. 1942
4/22 Jewitt, Vernon C. 1943-1951
4/23 Johnson, Clarence W. 1941-1943
4/24 Johnson, E. Fred 1946
4/25 Johnson, Knute 1941-1946
4/26 Johnson, Lester J. 1946-1952
4/27 Johnnson, William A. 1945
4/28 Johnston, Joseph H. 1941-1950
4/29 Jones, Blanche 1944-1948
4/30 Jones, Rogan 1941-1952
4/31-32 J 1940-1952
4/33 Kamb, Boynton 1941-1951
4/34 Karo, Arnold 1941-1949
4/35 Karr, David 1942-1944
4/36 Kefauver, Estes 1945-1954
4/37 Keith, Lyle 1949-1951
4/38 Kelley, Lester 1941
4/39 Kendall, Clyde A. 1943-1949
4/40 Kenton, Frank 1948-1950
4/41 Killien, Frank 1942-1952
4/42 King, John L. 1949-1952
4/43 Knisely, J. Dan 1948-1950
4/44 Knudson, Herbert C. 1942-1948
4/45 [number skipped] 1949
4/46 Knutzen, William J. 1946-1952
4/47 Koffski, Sidney A. 1941-1951
4/48 Kongsgaard, Thomas P. 1942-1949
4/49 Kron, C. E. 1946
4/50 Kuehn, Fred E. H. 1942-1951
4/51-52 K 1940-1952
4/53 Laing, G. W. 1945
4/54 Lambert, Alice E. 1945-1949
4/55 Lamont, Daniel E. 1948-1951
4/56 Lane, George 1941-1949
4/57 Larrahee, Charles F. 1941-1945
4/58 Larsen, Louis 1942-1951
4/59 Lawrence, Emerson 1941-1949
4/60 Leavy, Charles H. 1941-1952
4/61 Lecocq, G. M. 1941-1943
4/62 Leeper, Lon P. 1943-1951
4/63 Leishman, A. A. 1942-1949
4/64 Lembke, Louie J. 1941-1950
4/65 Leth, Tage 1947-1949
4/66 Lilienthal, David E. 1949-1951
4/67 Lindow, Sigrid E. 1944-1946
4/68 Little, T. H. 1941-1952
4/69 Low, Madeleine M. 1949-1952
4/70 Low, Robert A. 1948-1950
4/71 Lowell, Elias 1941-1947
4/72 Lynn, David 1942-1950
4/73-74 L 1940-1952
5/1 McCauley, John P. 1950-1951
5/2 McComb, Mary 1941-1952
5/3 McDonald, James D. 1941-1949
5/4 McDowell, Mary 1941-1943
5/5 McGlinn, John P. and Betty 1941-1949
5/6 McIntyre, S. S. 1942-1949
5/7 McLean, W. A. and Alan A. 1946-1948
5/8 McMillin, C. K. 1941-1945
5/9 McNamara, James J. 1949
5/10 Mackey, Earle 1947-1950
5/11 Mackey, Robert and Ruby 1941-1947
5/12 Maher, William 1947-1949
5/13 Manus, Samuel 1941-1951
5/14 Mardesich, Tony P. 1947-1951
5/15 Marsh, C. L. 1941-1943
5/16 Marsh, Robert E. 1943-1950
5/17 Martin, Andrew 1945-1951
5/18 Martin, Harry J. 1942-1952
5/19 Martin, Ward A. 1950
5/20 Maher, Muriel 1941-1951
5/21 Maxwell, C. E. 1943
5/22 Meisnest, Kenneth 1945-1951
5/23 Mejleander, George O. 1942-1948
5/24 Mitchell, Billy Jr. 1947-1951
5/25 Mitchell, Hugh B. 1945-1949
5/26 Mize, R. W. 1944-1949
5/27 Moore, Charles L. 1950-1951
5/28 Moore, Margaret and Leonard 1941-1951
5/29 Moore, Milo 1948-1949
5/30 Moore, Tom 1949-1951
5/31 Moulton, Harold G. 1941-1946
5/32 Mund, Vernon A. 1946-1951
5/33 Munro, Ed 1949-1950
5/34 Mullaney, Bernard 1941-1947
5/35 Mc 1940-1952
5/36-38 M 1940-1952
5/39 National Reclamation Association 1949
5/40 Neilan, Paul 1942-1943
5/41 Nelson, Axel 1941-1951
5/42 Nelson, Chester L. 1943-1952
5/43 Nerland, C. A. 1942-1952
5/44 Neuberger, Richard L. 1941-1952
5/45 Newman, Lee L. 1941-1951
5/46 Newton, Clifford 1941-1945
5/47 Niles, David 1942-1944
5/48 Nolan, William J. 1943-1945
5/49 Norberg, Eric 1941-1946
5/50 N 1940-1952
5/51 Olsen, Oscar J. 1942-1947
5/52 Olson, E. R. (Bud) 1941-1951
5/53 Olson, Harold 1949-1950
5/54 Oas, Philip 1941-1947
5/55 Osborne, Don W. 1940-1950
5/56 Osborne, Lithgow 1944-1950
5/57 Osen, Sigrid E. 1942
5/58 O 1940-1952
5/59 Palmer, Fred C. Jr. 1941
5/60 Palmer, Gertrude 1942-1948
5/61 Parker, Edwin S. 1949-1950
5/62 Payette, Sedric A. 1942-1950
5/63 Pearson, Francis 1941-1949
5/64 Pemberton, Joseph T. 1941-1950
5/65 Penix, Lyle R. 1943-1951
5/66 Pennington, Maitland S. 1947
5/67 Peterson, Archie 1944-1945
5/68 Peterson, Amandus 1946-1948
5/69 Peterson, Payson 1942-1944
5/70 Phillips, Benjamin N. 1941-1949
5/71 Phillips, W. F. 1942-1951
5/72 Pierce, Jack 1948-1952
5/73 Pierce, John C. 1942-1946
5/74 Pigott, Paul 1942-1951
5/75 Pilz, William J. 1941-1952
5/76 Pitt, Chart 1942-1943
5/77 Preston, John C. 1941-1951
5/78-79 P 1940-1952
5/80 Q 1940-1952
6/1 Railsback, E. M. 1941-1949
6/2 Ramsey, Blake 1943-1944
6/3 Reardon, Keiron 1941
6/4 Repp, Ellen 1941-1952
6/5 Rhea, David E. 1941-1949
6/6 Rhodius, Paul 1941-1949
6/7 Ridgeway, Emma Abbott 1941-1951
6/8 Riley, Jack F. 1942-1944
6/9 Ripley, Edwin 1942-1948
6/10 Romney, Kenneth 1941-1945
6/11 Roper, Frances A. 1942-1949
6/12 Ruben, Gerhard G. 1946-1951
6/13 Rucker, Jasper L. 1941-1949
6/14 Ryan, George G. 1941-1950
6/15-17 R 1940-1952
6/18-22 Salter, John 1941-1950
6/23 Sakes, James C. 1945-1952
6/24 Sancrant, D. L. 1949-1951
6/25 Sands, Leo G. 1941-1949
6/26 Satterlee, D. E. 1943-1945
6/27 Schwartz, Frank 1949-1952
6/28 Schwellenbach Family 1945-1949
6/29 Scott, John C. 1948-1949
6/30 Secoy, H. R. 1941-1946
6/31 Sedore, Carl R. 1943-1950
6/32 Sefrit, Charles L. 1941-1950
6/33 Selander Family 1941-1951
6/34 Shanks, J. C. 1942-1944
6/35 Sheridan, George P. 1941-1949
6/36 Sheridan, Phil 1941-1951
6/37 Shorett, Lloyd 1941-1947
6/38 Sievers, Verne 1941-1951
6/39 Silver, Max A. 1943-1950
6/40 Simdars, Pearl 1941-1951
6/41 Simonarson, Einar 1941-1949
6/42 Slavenburg, John L. 1942-1950
6/43 Smith, A. Glenn 1942-1945
6/44 Smith, C. Millard 1949-1952
6/45 Smith, Martin 1941-1946
6/46 Smith, R. Clifford 1941-1945
6/47 Smythe, Ralph 1941-1947
6/48 Snowdon, Ben 1941-1945
6/49 Spear, Nancy 1944-1951
6/50 Squire, Clark 1945-1951
6/51 Starrett, E. M. 1942-1949
6/52 Startup, George R. 1943-1944
6/53 Stengel, Minerva 1942-1943
6/54 Stillwell, Margaret 1941-1951
6/55 Stimson, Robert 1945-1948
6/56 Shatton, Samuel S. 1950-1951
6/57 Stringfellow, Bud 1948-1950
6/58 Stuart, Robert W. 1946-1950
6/59 Stuntz, George R. 1941-1951
6/60 Sundborg, George 1949-1950
6/61 Sundeen, Elmer 1942-1948
6/62 Swan, Edwin A. 1941-1950
6/63 Swanson, C. A. 1942-1946
6/64 Sylvester, Jack 1941-1950
6/65 Syre, Melvin G. 1945-1952
6/66-70 S 1940-1952
6/71 Teiquist, Frank 1948-1950
6/72 Testu, Jeanette 1942-1943
6/73 Thomas, Christy 1945-1950
6/74 Thomas, Maurice J. 1942-1943
6/75 Thompson, Walter L. 1942-1950
6/76 Todd, Charles H. 1941-1949
6/77 Troy, Smith 1942-1949
6/78 Turner, Charles A. 1941-1949
7/1-2 T 1940-1952
7/3 Ubil, R. Harry 1941-1950
U.S. House of Representatives
Box/Folder
7/4 Anderson, Clinton (New Mexico) 1945
7/4 Bartlett, E. L. (Alaska) 1948
7/4 Biemiller, Andrew J. (Wisconsin) undated
7/4 Bland, S. O. (Virginia) 1941-1947
7/4 Boggs, Hale (Louisiana) 1951
7/4 Bradley, Fred (Michigan) 1947
7/4 Buck, Ellsworth B. (New York) 1948
7/4 Callahan, Joseph (Sergeant at Arms) 1951
7/4 Camp, A. Sidney (Georgia) 1951
7/4 Canfield, Gordon (New Jersey) 1945-1951
7/4 Cannon, Clarence (Missouri) 1946-1951
7/4 Capozzoli, Louis J. (New York) 1943
7/4 Case, Francis (South Dakota) 1948
7/4 Casey, Joseph E. (Massachusetts) 1941
7/4 Clements, Earle (Kentucky) 1947
7/4 Coffee, John M. (Washington) 1943-1947
7/4 Combs, J. M. (Texas) 1951
7/4 Cooper, Jere (Tennessee) 1951
7/4 Delacy, Hugh (Washington) 1943-1945
7/4 Dingell, John D. (Michigan) 1945-1951
7/4 Dirksen, Everett M. (Illinois) 1946
7/4 Domengeaux, James (Louisiana) 1949
7/4 Doughton, Robert L. (North Carolina) 1941-1951
7/4 Dowd, George (Office Doorkeeper) 1949
7/4 Eberharter, Herman P. (Pennsylvania) 1951
7/4 Fogarty, John E. (Rhode Island) 1944
7/4 Forand, Aime J. (Rhode Island) 1951
7/4 Gore, Albert (Tennessee) 1944
7/4 Gossett, Ed (Texas) 1950
7/4 Granger, Walter K. (Utah) 1951
7/4 Gregory, Noble J. (Kentucky) 1946-1951
7/4 Hays, Brooks (Arkansas) 1950-1951
7/4 Herter, Christian A. (Massachusetts) 1946-1948
7/4 Houston, John M. (Kansas) 1940
7/4 Hill, Knute (Washington) 1943
7/5 Izac, Ed V. (California) 1943-1946
7/5 Jarman, Pete (Alabama) 1942
7/5 Johnson, J. Leroy (California) 1948
7/5 Jones, Homer R. (Washington) 1947-1948
7/5 Kefauver, Estes (Tennessee) 1943-1948
7/5 Kelley, Augustine B. (Pennsylvania) 1944
7/5 Keogh, Eugene J. (New York) 1943-1951
7/5 Kerr, John H. (North Carolina) 1949
7/5 Kilday, Paul J. (Texas) 1949
7/5 King, Cecil R. (California) 1945-1951
7/5 Kramer, Charles (California) 1941
7/5 Lambertson, W. P. (Kansas) 1944
7/5 McCormack, John W. (Massachusetts) 1942-1947
7/5 McQuire, John A. (Connecticut) 1950-1951
7/5 Mansfield, Mike (Montana) 1947-1949
7/5 Martin, Joseph (Massachusetts) 1948-1950
7/5 Mills, Wilbur (Arkansas) 1941-1951
7/5 Mitchell, Hugh B. (Washington) 1951
7/5 Norblad, Walter (Oregon) 1951
7/5 O'Brien, Thomas J. (Illinois) 1951
7/5 Ploeser, Walter C. (Missouri) 1944
7/5 Powell, Adam Clayton (New York) 1948
7/5 Priest, J. Percy (Tennessee) 1949
7/5 Rabaut, Louis C. (Michigan) 1946-1947
7/5 Rains, Albert (Alabama) 1949
7/5 Ramspeck, Robert (Georgia) 1943-1945
7/5 Rayburn, Sam (Texas) 1942-1950
7/5 Robinson, J. W. (Utah) 1944
7/5 Romney, Kenneth (Sergeant at Arms) 1943
7/5 Sabath, A. J. (Illinois) 1947-1948
7/5 Savage, Charles R. (Washington) 1945
7/5 Scanlon, Thomas E. (Pennsylvania) undated
7/5 Sikes, Bob (Florida) 1943-1949
7/5 Sims, Hugo Jr. (South Carolina) 1950-1951
7/5 Sparkman, John J. (Alabama) 1946
7/5 Stanley, Thomas B. (Virginia) 1950
7/5 Stockman, Lowell (Oregon) 1948
7/5 Taber, John (New York) 1947
7/5 Terry, David D. (Arkansas) 1941
7/5 Thomas, Albert (Texas) 1944
7/5 Walter, Francis E. (Pennsylvania) 1949-1951
7/5 West, Milton H. (Texas) 1945
7/5 Whittington, Will M. (Mississippi) 1946
7/5 Wolcott, Jesse P. (Michigan) 1947
7/5 Zimmerman, Orville (Missouri) 1943
7/6 Miscellaneous 1940-1952
7/7 U.S. President (Roosevelt, Franklin D.) 1941
U.S. Senate 1940-1952
Box/Folder
7/8 Byrd, Harry F. (Virginia) 1943-1945
7/8 Johnson, Lyndon B. (Texas) 1948
7/8 McCarran, Pat (Nevada) 1943
7/8 Magnuson, Warren G. (Washington) 1944-1949
7/9 U 1940-1952
7/10 Van Dyke, J. B. 1943-1947
7/11 Varn, Stewart 1941-1952
7/12 Vasgaard, Palmer 1942-1948
7/13 Vennigerholz, Carl. T. 1942-1943
7/14 Vennigerholz, Pearl 1947-1951
7/15 Verhoeven, Leon 1942-1946
7/16 Voohns, Jerry 1941-1950
7/17 V 1940-1952
7/18 Waddingham, Harry 1940-1945
7/19 Wahl, Loren L. 1949
7/20 Wakefield, Lowell 1941-1950
7/21 Wallace, L. B. 1948
7/22 Wallgren, Monrad C. 1944-1949
7/23 Waltz, Russell S. 1945-1950
7/24 Wanamaker, Floyd A. 1941-1947
7/25 Wanamaker, Pearl A. 1941-1950
7/26 Webber, Francis P. 1944-1950
7/27 Webster, Charles N. 1941-1950
7/28 West, Fred 1941-1945
7/29 Westre, Arne and Edna 1941-1943
7/30 White, Herbert 1949
7/31 Wilkinson, H. Fielding 1945-1950
7/32 Williams, Parker 1941-1944
7/33 Williams, Raymond W. 1943-1944
7/34 Winde, James 1942-1944
7/35-37 W 1940-1952
7/38 Yothers, Robert A. 1949-1950
7/39 Young, Kenneth E. 1949-1952
7/40 X, Y, Z 1940-1952
7/41-46 Invitations 1941-1951
7/47 Miscellaneous 1940-1952
Departmental Correspondence
Access restricted. Contact repository for more information.
Box/Folder
8/1 International Labor Office 1947
8/2 United Nations. Relief and Rehabilitation Administration 1945-1946
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
8/3-18 General 1941-1952
8/19 Anderson, Clinton P. -- address in Everett 1947-1948
9/1 Cooperative Taxation 1951
9/2 Dairy Industry 1941-1942
9/3 Dry Pea Purchase -- European Recovery Program 1948
9/4 Feed Shortages 1946
9/5 Hoof and Mouth Disease Laboratory 1949-1950
9/6 Migratory Farm Labor 1951
9/7 Multiple Crop Insurance Program -- Snohomish County 1949,
9/8 Northwest Feed and Truck Crop Laboratory 1945-1946
9/9 Storage Bin Facilities 1949
9/10 Strawberry Farmers -- price ceiling lift 1942
9/11 Sugar Shortage 1946-1947
9/12 Surplus Commodities 1950
9/13-20 War Food Order 144 -- wheat restriction 1946
9/21 Wheat Export Allocations 1949
9/22 Wheat Supplies 1946
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
9/23-25 General 1949-1951
9/26 Air Training Academy in the West 1950-1951
9/27 Birch Bay Installation 1949-1950
9/28 Boeing Airport Plant 1949-1951
9/29 Castle, Leo (Air Metals, Inc.) 1950
10/1-3 Paine Field 1948-1952
10/4 Reserve Officers Training Corps 1951
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
10/5-10 General 1941-1952
10/11 Army-Air Force-Navy Industrial Mobilization Plan 1948-1949
10/12 Army-Navy Procurement -- Busby barrel wrench 1949
10/13 Army-Navy Longshore Agreement 1949
10/14-16 Demobilization 1945-1946
10/17 Fish Purchases -- Japan 1949-1950
10/18 Fort Lawton Apartment Construction 1949
10/19 Mt. Baker Ski Patrol 1941-1943
10/20 Mukilteo Port Facilities 1950
10/21 Pearl Harbor Investigation 1945
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps
Box/Folder
10/22 General 1950-1952
11/1 General 1950-1952
11/2 Hood Canal and Dabo Bay Use Restrictions 1949-1951
11/3 Edmonds, WA 1948-1954
11/4 Seattle District 1945
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
11/5 Hanford Employment 1949-1950
11/6 Materials Reclamation Corporation 1948-1950
11/7 Wahluke Slope 1951-1952
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
Box/Folder
11/8-13 General 1941-1952
11/14 Grand Coulee Dam Dedication 1950
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
Box/Folder
11/15 General 1952
11/16 Bow Lake Move (CAA installation) 1949
11/17 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board 1949-1951
11/18 U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps 1941-1942
U.S. Civilian Production Administration
Box/Folder
11/19-21 General 1945-1947
11/22 Stocking Shortage 1946
11/23-28 U.S. Coast Guard 1944-1952
12/1-3 U.S. Columbia Valley Authority (Proposed) 1941-1948
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
12/4-6 General 1941-1952
12/7 Wallace, Henry A. -- confirmation 1945
12/8 U.S. Community Facilities Service - Snohomish County Courthouse 1950-1952
U.S. Customs Bureau
Box/Folder
12/9-11 General 1945-1952
12/12 Canadian Berries Importation 1949
12/13 Red Cedar Shingles Importation 1949
12/14 Sumas, WA -- port of entry 1948-1950
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
12/15 General 1948-1952
12/16 Contracts 1952
12/17 U.S. Defense Electric Power Administration 1951-1952
12/18 U.S. Defense Fisheries Administration 1951
12/19-20 U.S. Defense Minerals Administration 1951-1952
12/21 U.S. Defense Plant Corporation 1944
12/22 U.S. Defense Production Administration 1952
12/23 U.S. Defense Transportation Administration 1943-1948
12/24-25 U.S. Displaced Persons Commission 1948-1952
U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration
Box/Folder
12/26-27 General 1948-1951
12/28 Foreign Assistance Act 1948
12/29 Lumber Procurement 1949-1950
13/1 Pulp Industry -- Pacific Northwest 1949
13/2 Washington State Federation of Labor - EuropeanRepresentative 1949
13/3 U.S. Education Office 1952
13/4-5 U.S. Employees Compensation Bureau 1949-1952
13/6 U.S. Employment Service 1946
13/7 U.S. Entomology Bureau (Bayley, Frank S.) 1950-1952
13/8-9 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1945-1952
13/10 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1943-1951
13/11 U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration 1951-1952
13/12-13 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1941-1952
13/14 U.S. U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1946-1951
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
Box/Folder
13/15-17 General 1945-1952
13/18 Lynnwood, WA 1948
13/19 U.S. Federal Maritime Board 1951
13/20 U.S. U.S. Federal National Mortgage Association 1950-1952
U.S. Federal Power Commission
Box/Folder
13/21-22 General 1945-1952
13/23 Cowlitz River Project 1950-1951
U.S. Federal Security Agency
Box/Folder
13/24-25 General 1949-1952
13/26 Steel for Schools 1951-1952
13/27 U.S. Federal Supply Bureau 1948-1949
13/28 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1945-1952
13/29-34 U.S. Federal Works Agency 1942-1948
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Box/Folder
14/1-3 General 1946-1952
14/4 Bryant, Floyd G. 1949
14/5 Dungeness Refuge 1949
14/6 Herring Quota -- Alaska 1949
14/7 Quilcene Hatchery 1948-1951
14/8 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1943-1948
14/9 U.S. Foreign Economic Administration 1945
U.S. Forest Service
Box/Folder
14/10-12 General 1943-1952
14/13 Skagit River Bridge (Concrete, WA) 1948
14/14 Fire Protection and Forest Roads 1941-1943
14/15-16 U.S. General Accounting Office 1950-1952
14/17 U.S. General Land Office 1941-1948
14/18-20 U.S. General Services Administration 1949-1952
14/21 U.S. Geological Survey 1951
14/22 U.S. Government Printing Office 1951
14/23-24 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1949-1952
14/25-26 U.S. Housing Expediter 1946-1951
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
Box/Folder
14/27-31 General 1946-1952
14/32 Inspector Transfer to Mexican Border 1949-1951
14/33 Seattle Detention Station Closure 1950
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
Box/Folder
15/1-11 General 1941-1952
15/12 Area Offices Abolishment 1949-1951
15/13 Lummi Indians 1950-1951
15/14 Neah Bay Road (water and sewer systems) 1950
15/15 Quinalt Reservation Timber Sale 1949
15/16 U.S. Indian Claims Commission 1947-1948
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
15/17-19 General 1945-1952
16/1 Elwha River Flood Control 1945-1947
16/2 Fishing Industry 1952
16/3 Kyes Peak Naming 1947
16/4 Lake Crescent Land Exchange (Jensen, Roy S., FirstNational Bank in Port Angeles, Wash.) 1948
16/5 McNary Dam Project 1946-1947
16/6 Quilcene Fish Hatchery Addition 1946
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
Box/Folder
16/7-8 General 1947-1952
16/9 Office Move to Seattle -- protest 1952
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
16/10-11 General 1949-1952
16/12 Motor Carriers -- state regulations 1941-1947
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
16/13-15 General 1945-1952
16/16 Bridges (Harry) Deportation 1945-1950
16/17-20 U.S. Labor Department 1948-1952
U.S. Land Management Bureau
Box/Folder
16/21 General 1949-1951
16/22 Port Angeles, WA -- Block 32 1949-1950
16/23 U.S. Library of Congress 1949-1951
16/24 U.S. Marine Corps 1951-1952
U.S. Maritime Commission
Box/Folder
17/1-4 General 1941-1952
17/5 Alaska 1945
17/6 Everett Port Project 1945
17/7 Freight Forwarders 1945-1948
17/8 Intercoastal and Coastal Shipping 1947
17/9 Mariposa and Monterey (Peet, Creighton) 1949
17/10 Shipbuilding and Repair Yards -- West Coast 1948-1949
17/11 U.S. Military Sea Transportation Service 1950-1951
17/12 U.S. Mines Bureau 1950-1952
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
Box/Folder
17/13 General 1952
17/14-15 Kaiser Shipyards 1943
U.S. National Park Service
Box/Folder
17/16-18 General 1946-1952
17/19 Moran State Park 1941
17/20 Mt. Baker National Monument 1950-1951
Olympic National Park
Box/Folder
17/21-23 General 1943-1949
18/1-2 General 1943-1952
18/3 Appropriations Bill 1949-1950
18/4 Budget Items 1948-1950
18/5 Jurisdiction Bill 1941-1942
18/6 Morse Creek Watershed 1941-1945
18/7-9 U.S. National Production Authority 1950-1952
18/10 U.S. National Resources Planning Board 1942-1943
18/11 U.S. National Security Resources Board 1950-1951
18/12-13 U.S. National Youth Administration 1941-1943
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
18/14-22 General 1943-1949
19/1-4 General 1949-1952
19/5 Agate Pass Bridge 1947-1948
19/6 Blaine Harbor Rescue Ship 1947-1948
19/7 Carr Inlet Proposal 1952
19/8 Diking District #3. (Oak Harbor, WA) 1949
19/9 Demobilization 1945-1946
19/10 Everett Dry Dock 1952
19/11 Everett Pacific Shipyard Waterways Lease 1950-1951
19/12 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen'sUnion -- security pass denial 1949
19/13 Jim Creek Radio Station Employment 1950-1951
19/14 Oak Harbor School District Aid 1949-1951
19/15 Phillips Target Area (Whidbey Island) 1949-1950
19/16 Sand Point Housing Project 1951
19/17-19 Shipyards 1942-1946
19/20 Surplus Property Disposition (Everett, WA) 1950
19/21-24 U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station 1949-1951
20/1 U.S. Navy. Whidbey Island Naval Air Base 1949-1952
20/2 U.S.S. Enterprise 1945
20/3-5 U.S. Organization of the Executive Branch Commission (Hoover Commission) 1949-1950
20/6 U.S. Patent Office 1950-1951
20/7 U.S. Petroleum Administration 1945
20/8 U.S. Philippine War Damage Commission (LeCocq, G.M.) 1949-50
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
20/9-11 General 1946-1952
20/12-13 Buildings 1948-1952
20/14 Lottery Laws -- fishing derbies 1950
20/15 Mail Boat Route -- San Juan Islands 1950-1952
20/16 Terminal Annex Building -- Seattle, WA 1949-1950
U.S. Price Administration Office 1942-1946
Box/Folder
20/17-23 General
20/24 Administration -- recruitment of employees 1942-1946
20/25 Agriculture 1943-1946
21/1 Automobile Tires 1944-1946
21/2 Blaine Price Consolidation Panel 1945
21/3 Butter Shortage -- Anacortes, WA 1946
21/4 Dairy, Poultry and Baking Products 1943-1946
21/5 Fish 1944-1946
21/6 Friday Harbor Ration Board 1944-1945
21/7 Gasoline and Fuel 1942-1943
21/8-9 Lumber 1943-1946
21/10 Meat Packing 1942-1946
21/11-14 Price Control 1942-1951
21/15-16 Rent Control 1942-1951
21/17 Retail Stores 1943-1945
21/18 Sugar 1943-1946
21/19-20 U.S. Price Stabilization Office 1951-1952
22/1 U.S. Price Stabilization Office 1951-1952
22/2 U.S. Production Management Office 1941
22/3 U.S. Public Buildings Administration 1947-1949
22/4-5 U.S. Public Health Service 1946-1952
U.S. Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
22/6 General 1949-1952
22/7 Forks, WA 1948-1950
22/8 Fort Warden (Port Townsend, WA) 1948
22/9 Lakeview Terrace Project 1949-1950
22/10 Low Rent Housing Projects 1948
22/11 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1952
22/12 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1946-1952
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
22/13-14 General 1947-1952
22/15 Architectural Firms 1949
22/16-18 Columbia Basin Project 1947-1952
22/19 Columbia Basin Project -- slowdown claims 1951-1952
22/20 Kennewick Irrigation Project 1950-1951
22/21 Roza Project 1941
22/22 Sequim Project 1948-1950
22/23 Western Washington 1941-1949
22/24 Yakima Irrigation Project 1950-1951
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Box/Folder
22/25-26 General 1950-1952
22/27 Mt. Baker Plywood, Inc. 1950
U.S. Rural Electrification Administration
Box/Folder
22/28-29 General 1941-1951
22/30 Public Utility District, Clallam County -- Hoh RiverHydroelectric Plant 1949-1951
22/31 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1950-1952
23/1 U.S. Securities and Exchange commission 1952
23/2 U.S. Selective Service System 1952
23/3-5 U.S. Smaller War Plants Corporation 1943-1952
23/6 U.S. Social Security Administration 1952
23/7-8 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1948-1952
U.S. State Department 1943-1952
Box/Folder
23/9-20 General
23/21 Passports 1949-1950
23/22-23 Visas 1948-1951
24/1-2 Voice of America Transmitter 1951-1952
24/3 U.S. Sugar Rationing Administration 1947
24/4-5 U.S. Surplus Property Administration 1945-1946
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
24/6-9 General 1945-1952
24/10 Agricultural Produce Imports 1951
24/11 Brined Cherries 1949
24/12 Canadian Log Companies 1947-1950
24/13 Canadian Log Embargo 1946-1947
24/14 Fish Imports 1950-1951
24/16-17 Imports 1950-1951
24/18 Japanese Cement Importation 1950
24/19 Narcissus Bulbs 1949-1950
24/20 Plywood 1950-1951
24/21 Reciprocal Trade Agreements 1942-1945
24/22 Tuna 1952
24/23 U.S. Temporary Controls Office 1946-1947
24/24 U.S. Treasury Department 1949-1952
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
24/25-30 General 1944-1947
25/1-13 General 1947-1952
25/14 Additional Beds 1952
26/1 Benefits 1951
26/2 Bonuses 1950-1951
26/3 Employment Service 1948
26/4 Veterans Hospital Site 1945
26/5-6 U.S. Wage Stabilization Board 1951-1952
U.S. War Assets Administration
Box/Folder
25/7-9 General 1946-1949
26/10 Mukilteo Ammunition Depot 1947-1948
26/11 Mukilteo Waterfront Lots 1948-1949
26/12 U.S. Navy. Hospital. Seattle, WA -- park site 1948-1949
26/13 U.S. War Claims Commission 1949-1952
U.S. War Department
Box/Folder
26/14-18 General 1941-1949
26/19 Bellingham Airport 1946-1947
26/20 Paine Field 1946
26/21 Port Angeles Western Railroad 1946
26/22 U.S. War Department. Transportation Chief 1946-1947
26/23 U.S. War Food Administration 1943-1945
26/24 U.S. War Labor Board 1945
26/25 U.S. War Manpower Commission 1942-1945
27/1 U.S. War Manpower Commission 1942-1945
27/2 U.S. War Mobilization and Reconversion Office 1946
U.S. War Production Board
Box/Folder
27/3-10 General 1942-1945
27/11 Order M-388 1945
27/12 U.S. War Shipping Administration 1945-1946
27/13 U.S. Women's Auxiliary Army Corps 1942
27/14-17 U.S. Works Projects Administration 1941-1947
27/18 Washington. Labor Department 1950-1951
Legislative Correspondence
Box/Folder
28/1 Administrative Practitioners Act 1947
Agriculture
Box/Folder
28/2-3 Brannan Farm Program 1949-1950
28/4 Feed Prices 1950
28/5-6 Miscellaneous 1947-1950
28/7 Airlines 1943-1947
Alcoholic Beverages
Box/Folder
28/8 Advertising 1949-1951
28/9-11 Sale to Servicemen 1950-1952
28/12 Sugar to Produce 1945
28/13 Miscellaneous 1947
28/14 Aliens (non-Japanese) 1942
28/15 Amusement Tax Repeal 1950
28/16 Anti-Lynching Legislation 1947
28/17 Anti-Vivisection 1946
28/18 Armed Services 1946-1949
28/19 Balanced Budget 1950
28/20 Banking 1941-1948
28/21 Budget 1947
28/22 Budget Expenditures -- taxes 1950
28/23 Chiropractors 1951
28/24 Church of Christ -- mission in Italy 1949-1950
28/25 Circulation Reports for Weekly Newspapers 1945
28/26 Civil Defense 1951
28/27 Civil Rights 1947
Civil Service
Box/Folder
28/28-33 Federal Pay Increase 1942-1949
29/1-15 Federal Pay Increase 1945-1951
29/16 Internship Bill 1945
29/17-18 Overtime Pay 1943
29/19 Pensions and Annual Leave 1951
29/20-24 Retirement 1942-1949
29/25-29 Miscellaneous 1941-1945
30/1 Miscellaneous 1946
30/2 Coast Guard 1947
30/3-11 Columbia Valley Authority 1941-1950
30/12 Commerce 1946-1947
30/13 Communist Problems 1950
30/14 Consumer Credit 1947
30/15 Day Care 1943
30/16 Daylight Savings Time 1944-1948
Defense
Box/Folder
30/17 Housing 1951
30/18 Production Act 1951
30/19-20 Miscellaneous 1948-1951
30/21 Dies Committee (U.S. House. Un-American Activities Committee) 1943
30/22 District of Columbia 1941
30/23-28 Draft 1941-1951
30/29 Economy 1947
Education
Box/Folder
30/30-31 Barden Bill 1949
31/1-3 Barden Bill 1949
31/4-13 Miscellaneous 1941-1951
31/14 Energy 1947
31/15 Environment and Conservation 1945-1948
31/16-17 Equal Rights Amendment 1944-1951
31/18-20 Excise Taxes 1950
31/21-22 Fair Employment Practice Commission 1945-1950
31/23 Fair Labor Standards Act 1948
31/24 Family Allowance Bill 1950
31/25-27 Farm Subsidies 1944-1945
31/28 Federal Communications Commission 1945-1948
31/29 Federal Overtime Bill 1950
31/30 Federal Pay and Leave 1951
32/1 Federal Sales Tax 1942-1943
32/2 Federal Spending 1946
32/3 Fish 1950
32/4 Food and Drug Act 1951
32/5 Foreign Aid 1947
32/6 Forty Hour Work Week 1948
32/7-8 Freight Carrier Regulation 1945-1948
32/9 Full Employment 1945
32/10 Gun Control 1941-1947
32/11-13 Health 1945-1950
32/14 Highways 1943-1946
Housing
Box/Folder
32/15 Housing Act 1949
32/16 Public Housing 1950
32/17-18 Rent Control 1950
32/19 U.S. Federal Housing Administration -- financing 1949
32/20-21 Wagner Bill (veterans housing) 1946-1948
32/22-27 Miscellaneous 1942-1950
Immigration
Box/Folder
32/28 Hobbs Bill (alien detention) 1941-1942
32/29 Miscellaneous 1943-1949
32/30 Insurance 1943-1944
32/31-34 International Situation 1948-1951
32/35 International Trade 1947
32/36 Japanese Peace Treaty 1950-1951
32/37 Japanese Relocation Camps 1942-1943
33/1-5 Japanese Relocation Camps 1942-1944
Labor
Box/Folder
33/6 General 1941
33/7 Anti-Labor 1947
33/8 Ball-Burton-Hatch Bill (anti-labor) 1945
33/9 Building Trades and Related Unions 1941
33/10-11 Case Bill 1946
33/12 CIO (Congress of Industrial Organizations) 1946
33/13 Dirksen Bill 1941
33/14 Fishermen's and Cannery Workers' Unions 1941
33/15 Fishermen's Hospitalization Bill 1941
33/16 Gwynne Bill -- statute of limitations 1945
33/17 Hobbs Bill 1945
33/18 Longshoremen and Maritime Unions 1941
33/19 Private Concerns and Individuals 1941-1942
33/20 Railway Brotherhoods 1941
33/21 Smith-Connally Bill 1943
33/22-26 Taft-Hartley Act 1947-1949
33/27 Vinson Bill 1941
33/28 Wage Increases 1943
33/29 Woodworkers, Lumber and Sawmill Unions 1941
33/30 Work Stoppages Prevention Bill 1945
33/31-32 Miscellaneous 1941-1942
34/1-10 Miscellaneous 1942-1952
34/11 Legislative Reorganization 1946
34/12 Library Demonstration Project 1950
34/13 Maritime 1946
34/14 Mazama Glacier, Mt. Baker (name change to Kiser Glacier) 1948
34/15 Minimum Wage 1946
34/16-19 National Health Care 1946-1949
34/20 National Labor Relations Board 1945
34/21 National Security Act 1947
34/22-23 National Service 1944-1945
34/24 National Service Life Insurance 1950
34/25 Nursing Aid 1951
34/26-33 Oleomargarine Tax Repeal 1948-1950
35/1-4 Olympic National Park 1947-1948
35/5 Overtime Pay 1948
35/6-7 Pensions 1941-1949
35/8 Philippine Property Holders Relief 1947
35/9-10 Poll Taxes 1941-1943
35/11-14 Price Controls 1948-1951
35/15-16 Price and Wage Controls 1951
35/17-18 Public Power 1941-1946
35/19 Publically Owned Utilities 1951
35/20 Rabbit Wool Tax 1947
Railroads
Box/Folder
35/21 Reorganization 1946
35/22-25 Retirement 1944-1948
35/26-28 Miscellaneous 1947-1951
35/29 Recreational Facilities -- U.S. Forest Service Funds 1952
35/30 Rent Control 1947
35/31 Reservists 1951
35/32-34 Rifle Practice Promotion 1949-1952
35/35 Seaman's Unemployment Insurance 1941
35/36-37 Selective Service 1941-1946
36/1-13 Selective Service 1943-1950
36/14 Silver 1942-1946
36/15 Small Business 1948
Social Security
Box/Folder
36/16-19 Old Age Pensions 1941-1951
36/20-21 Retirement 1946-1947
36/22-24 Social Security Act Extension 1940-1949
36/25 Washington 1941-1942
36/26-31 Miscellaneous 1943-1948
37/1-7 Miscellaneous 1949-1951
37/8 Soil Conservation 1946-1947
37/9 Soldier Vote 1942-1944
37/10 Spain -- proposed loan 1950
37/11 Subversive Activities 1941-1942
Taxes
Box/Folder
37/12 Cooperatives 1950
37/13 Income Tax Forms 1944
37/14 Joint Income Tax Returns 1941
37/15 Pensions 1942
37/16 Retirement Income Exemption 1945
37/17 Withholding 1943
37/18-28 Miscellaneous 1941-1948
38/1-5 Miscellaneous 1948-1952
38/6 Territorial Papers (preservation) 1944
38/7-8 Tidelands 1945-1951
38/9-12 Townsend Plan 1941-1951
Un-American Activities
Box/Folder
38/13-15 Mundt-Nixon Bill 1950
38/16-19 Miscellaneous 1945-1950
38/20 Unemployment 1944
38/21 United Nations 1952
38/22 U.S. Customs Service 1947
38/23-25 U.S. Organization of the Executive Branch Commission (Hoover Commission) 1950
38/26-27 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency -- Seattle office closure) 1951
38/28-29 U.S. Interior Department 1946-1947
39/1-2 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1941-1947
39/3 U.S. Price Administration Office 1947
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
39/4-6 Parcel Rates 1945
39/7-14 Pay Increase 1941-1951
39/15-16 Rates 1950-1951
39/17 Service Curtailment 1950
39/18-21 Miscellaneous 1942-1948
39/22-30 Universal Military Training 1947-1952
40/1-2 Universal Military Training 1952
40/3 Universal Military Training and Vatican Ambassador 1952
40/4-6 Vatican/Ambassador 1951-1952
Veterans
Box/Folder
40/7 Credit Bill 1950
40/8 G. I. Bill 1944
40/9 Pensions 1946-1947
40/10 Pensions (WWI and earlier) 1944
40/11 Seniority 1946
40/12 U.S. Veterans Administration Training Order 1950
40/13-22 Miscellaneous 1941-1952
40/23 Veto Override 1950
40/24 Vivisection 1947
40/25 Wage Stabilization Bill 1952
40/26 Water Dispute -- Arizona and California 1949
40/27 Wheat for India 1951
41/1 Wildlife 1948-1949
41/2 World Federation 1950
41/3-23 Miscellaneous 1940-1950
42/1-21 Miscellaneous 1950-1951
43/1-5 Miscellaneous 1951-1952
Legislation -- HMJ Sponsored Bills
77th Congress
Box/Folder
43/6 H. R. 6486 -- Post Office Pay Raise 1942
78th Congress
Box/Folder
43/7 H. R. 2240 -- Longevity Pay 1945-1946
43/8 H. R. 4699 -- Civil Service 1944
43/9 H. R. 4782 -- Tulalip Indian Tribe Land Sale 1944
79th Congress
Box/Folder
43/10 H. R. 288 -- Servicemen Appointed to San FranciscoConference (United Nations) 1945
43/11 H. R. 2231 -- Indian Debt Cancellation 1945
43/12 H. R. 2693 -- Bonneville Project Act 1945
43/13 H. R. 4497 -- Indian Claims Commission 1945-1946
43/14 H. R. 4551 -- Social Security 1945-1947
43/15 H. R. 5784 -- Foreign Service Exam 1946
43/16 H. R. 6605 -- Pacific Islands Civilian Government 1946
43/17 H. R. 6648 -- Veterans Preference in FederalEmployment 1946
43/18 H. R. 7054 -- Columbia Basin Project Lands 1946
43/19 H. R. 7132 -- Labor Extension Program 1946
43/20 H. R. ???? -- Longshoremen & Harbor WorkersCompensation Act 1946
80th Congress
Box/Folder
43/21 H.C.R. 114 -- Seamen's Social Security Protection 1947
43/22 H. J. R. 80 -- Pacific Islands Civilian Government 1947
43/23 H. J. R. 122 -- Alaska 1947
43/24 H. R. 1244 -- "Crosline" Ferry (U.S. Registry) 1947
43/25 H. R. 1591 -- Mining Claims 1947
43/26 H. R. 2411 -- Clallam County, Public HospitalDistrict No. 2 1946-1950
43/27 H. R. 2638 -- Game Fish Regulation 1947
43/28 H. R. 3718 -- Veterans Organizations 1946-1948
43/29 H. R. 4229 -- "Ajar" Dredge 1947
43/30 H. R. 5356 -- Social Security and Disability 1948-1949
43/31 H. R. 5462 -- Pensions for WWII widows and children 1948
81st Congress
Box/Folder
43/32 H. C. R. 80 -- United Nations 1949
43/33 H. C. R. 219 -- United Nations 1950
43/34 H. J. R. 462 -- Tariff Act (Berries) 1950
43/35 H. R. 578 -- Commission on Germany 1950
43/36 H. R. 988 -- Clayton Anti-Trust Act 1949
43/37 H. R. 1221 -- Thai Immigration 1947-1949
43/38 H. R. 1222 -- Fishing Facilities 1948-1949
43/39 H. R. 1961 -- Army Commissaries 1949
43/40 H. R. 2186 -- Alaska Railroad Survey 1949
43/41 H. R. 2650 -- Margarine Coloring Ban 1949
44/1 H. R. 3420 -- Ebey Slough Refuge Area 1949
44/2 H. R. 3421 -- Fishermen's Cooperatives 1949
44/3-4 H. R. 4287 -- Columbia Valley Authority 1949
44/5 H. R. 4876 -- Social Security 1949-1950
44/6 H. R. 5307 -- Skagit County Property Transfer 1949
44/7 H. R. 5413 -- Marine Corps 1949
44/8 H. R. 5665 -- Economic Expansion Act 1949
44/9 H. R. 6132 -- Merchant Marine Act 1949
44/10 H. R. 6214 -- Timber on National Forests 1949-1950
44/11 H. R. 7242 -- Grain Sale to Egg Producers 1950
44/12 H. R. 7717, 7718, 7719 -- International LaborOrganization 1950
44/13 H. R. 8047 - Grain surpluses to Egg, Poultry, andDairy Producers 1950
44/14 H. R. 8160 -- Olympic National Forest Additions 1950
44/15 H. R. 8692 -- Fisheries Stabilization Act 1950
44/16 H. R. 8730 -- Olympic National Park 1950
44/17 H. R. 9215 -- Foreign Flag Vessels 1950
44/18 H. R. 9569 -- Portage Canal Bridge (Indian Islandammunition depot) 1948-1950
44/19 Miscellaneous 1949-1950
82nd Congress
Box/Folder
44/20 H. C. R. 97 -- Organized Crime Joint Commission 1951
44/21 H. C. R. 162 -- United Nations Crusade for WorldPeace 1951
44/22 H. C. R. 219 -- Armed Forces Firepower 1952
44/23 H. J. R. 241 -- Federal Crime Commission (see alsoH. C. R. 97) 1951
44/24 H. J. R. 406 -- Leif Ericson Statue 1952
44/25 H. R. 1197 -- Olympic National Park 1951-1952
44/26 H. R. 2026 -- Marine Corps 1951
44/27 H. R. 3407 -- G. I. Bill Extension 1950-1951
44/28-31 H. R. 4963 -- Steam Plants in Northwest 1951
44/32 H. R. 6752 -- Social Security 1952
44/33 H. R. 7026 -- Post Office 1952
44/34 H. R. 7076 -- Social Security for Lawyers 1952
44/35 H. R. 7737 -- Bribery of U.S. Employees 1951-1952
44/36 H. R. 7819 -- Construction Contracts 1952
44/37 H. R. 8012 -- Election Pamphlets 1952
Campaign Materials
Box/Folder
45/1a Ephemera
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
45/1b Salter, John 1942
45/2 Miscellaneous 1942
45/3 News Releases 1942
45/4 Speeches and Writings 1942
45/5 Clippings 1942
Subject Series
Box/Folder
45/6 Democratic Party 1942
45/7 Election Returns 1942
45/8 Old Age Pension Union (Initiative 151) 1942
45/9-13 General Correspondence 1944
45/14 Financial Records 1944
45/15 News Releases 1944
45/16 Speeches and Writings 1944
45/17 Mailing Lists 1944
45/18 Clippings 1944
45/19 Miscellany 1944
Subject Series
Box/Folder
45/20 Advertising 1944
45/21 Certificate of Election 1944
45/22 Democratic Party 1944
45/23-24 Election Returns 1944
46/1-3 General Correspondence 1946
46/4 Financial Records 1946
46/5 News Releases 1946
46/6 Speeches and Writings 1946
46/7 Mailing Lists 1946
46/8 Clippings 1946
46/9-10 Miscellany 1946
Subject Series
Box/Folder
46/11 Advertising 1946
46/12 Certificate of Election 1946
46/13 Democratic Party 1946
46/14-15 Election Returns 1946
46/16 Labor Endorsements 1946
46/17-23 General Correspondence 1948
47/1 Financial Records 1948
47/2 News Releases 1948
47/3 Newsletters 1948
47/4 Speeches and Writings 1948
47/5 Mailing Lists 1948
47/6 Clippings 1948
47/7 Miscellany 1948
Subject Series
Box/Folder
47/8 Advertising 1948
Democratic Party
Box/Folder
47/9 Precinct Committeemen Lists 1948
47/10 Miscellaneous 1948
47/11-12 Democratic Party. National Committee 1948
47/13 [number skipped] 1948
47/14 Election Results 1948
47/15 Labor Endorsements 1948
47/16 Research Material 1948
47/17 Veterans' Letter 1948
47/18-21 General Correspondence 1950
47/22 Financial Records 1950
47/23 News Releases 1950
47/24 Speeches and Writings 1950
47/25 Mailing Lists 1950
47/26 Clippings 1950
48/1 Miscellany 1950
Subject Series
Box/Folder
48/2 Advertising 1950
48/3 Certificate of Election 1950
Democratic Party
Box/Folder
48/4-5 General 1950
48/6 Democratic Party. King County Democratic Club -- dinner (Everett, WA) 1950
48/7 Election Returns 1950
48/8 Labor Endorsements 1950
48/9 Labor's League for Political Education 1950
Literature 1950
Box/Folder
48/10 Anti-Jackson 1950
48/11 Pro-Jackson 1950
48/12-13 Research Material 1950
48/14 General Correspondence 1952
48/15 Mailing Lists 1952
Subject Series
Democratic Party
Box/Folder
48/16 General 1952
48/17 State Meetings 1952
Box/Folder
48/18 Research Material 1952
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder
48/19 Alaska; University of Alaska; Fairbanks, AK July 1, 1949
48/20 "Atomic Secrecy and Democracy"; University of Washington; Seattle, WA; April 22, 1949
48/21 Bonneville Power Hook-up to San Juan Islands; Orcas Power and Light Company; Lopez, WA March 11, 1950
48/22 Columbia Valley Authority (Readers Digest); U.S. House July 24, 1950
48/23 Farmers Cooperative; U.S. House June 18, 1948
48/24 International Problems and Influences Affecting the Merchant Marine; Propeller Club; Washington, DC May 22, 1946
48/25 Oleomargarine; U.S. House April 28, 1948
48/26 Power Needs in 2nd District; U.S. Senate Interior Committee. Appropriations Subcommittee May 21, 1947
48/27 "The Proposed Columbia Valley Administration"; Public Utility Law Section, American Bar Association; St. Louis, MO September 6, 1949
48/28 Public Utility Districts; U.S. House May 17, 1948
48/29 Social Security; U.S. House January 25, 1948
48/30 Taft-Hartley Act; U.S. Horse April 27, 1947
48/31 "What Should The Free World Do About The Atomic Bomb?" America's Town Meeting of the Air, broadcast October 15, 1949
48/32 Tennessee Valley Authority; Students for a Democratic Society; Chicago, IL April 17, 1948
48/33 Tennessee Valley Authority; U.S. House May 9, 1944
48/34-36 Miscellaneous 1948-1950
Box/Folder
48/37 Lists 1949-1951
48/38 News Releases 1941-1946
Publications
Box/Folder
48/39 League Reporter(Labor's League for Political Education) 1950
49/1 League Reporter(Labor's League for Political Education) 1950
49/2 Radio Material 1949-1950
49/3 Miscellaneous
Clippings
Box/Folder
49/4 1941-1951
66/1-11 1951-1952
Scrapbooks
Researchers must use microfilm in Accession No. 3560-020 in place of originals.
Box/Folder
50/1-4 1944-1951
68/1-2 1941-1949
Subject Series 1941
Box/Folder
49/5 Air Transportation
49/6 Alaska 1952
49/7 Alaska Water Transportation 1946-1951
Aluminum Plants
Box/Folder
49/8 Northeast 1951-1956
49/9 Northwest 1951-1956
49/10 American Red Cross 1948
49/11 Anacortes, WA (projects pending) 1945
49/12 Atomic Energy (Hanford area school districts) 1949-1950
49/13-14 Brannon Farm Bill 1949
49/15 Brooks Lumber Company 1941-1942
49/16 Cain, Harry P. 1949-1950
49/17 Census (Mercer, Harry E.) 1950
Civic Matters
Box/Folder
49/18 Anacortes, WA 1949
49/19-22 Bellingham, WA 1941-1948
49/23 Blaine, WA 1941-1946
49/24 Blaine, WA (Peace Arch Celebration) 1950
49/25 Everett, WA 1941-1951
Box
50 [see Scrapbooks]
51/1 Kirkland, WA 1941
51/2 Marysville, WA 1951
51/3 Monroe, WA 1949
51/4 Mount Vernon, WA 1941-1942
51/5 Port Angeles, WA 1941-1946
51/6 Port Angeles Air Show and Derby Week Celebration 1949-1950
51/7 Port Townsend, WA 1941-1947
51/8 Port Townsend Rhododendron Festival 1950
51/9 San Juan County, WA 1942
51/10-12 Seattle, WA 1941-1949
51/13-15 Seattle Chamber of Commerce 1942-1949
51/16 Sedro Wooley, WA 1941
51/17 Stanwood, WA 1942
51/18 Miscellaneous 1941-1945
51/19-26 Columbia Valley Administration 1941-1951
Defense
Box/Folder
51/27 Korea 1950
51/28 Pacific Northwest 1950
Defense Contracts
Box/Folder
51/29 Bidding 1951
51/30 Edlund, Carl E. 1943-1944
51/31 Olympic Shipbuilders, Port Angeles, WA 1943
52/1-2 Procurement and Bidding Day 1951
52/3 Shipbuilding 1941-1943
52/4 Shipbuilding -- Bellingham, WA 1941-1943
52/5 Shipbuilding -- Everett, WA 1941-1943
52/6 Skagit Steel and Iron Works 1941-1945
52/7 Miscellaneous 1941-1944
52/8 Defense Minerals -- Pacific Mineral Company 1941-1942
Defense Projects
Box/Folder
52/9 Army Air Depot -- Snohomish County Airport 1941
52/10 Blimp Base 1941-1942
52/11 Keystone Harbor Improvement 1941-1942
52/12 U.S. Navy. Whidbey Island Naval Air Base 1941
52/13 Neah Bay Breakwater 1941-1942
52/14 Miscellaneous 1941-1944
Democratic Party
Box/Folder
52/15 Bellingham-Everett Jefferson Day Dinners 1948
52/16-20 State Matters 1947-1948
52/21 Miscellaneous 1941-1949
52/22 Disarmament 1950
52/23 Dondero Bill Opposition 1947
52/24 Endurance Metal Corporation 1941-1942
52/25 Everett, WA -- Pacific repair yard 1942-1944
52/26 Federal Government Procurement -- Hall-Holmes Brush Cutting Machine 1949-1950
Fishing Industry
Box/Folder
52/27 General 1949-1950
52/28 International Sockey Commission - Appointment ofMember 1949-1951
52/29 Food Shortages 1945
52/30-31 Foreign Aid 1946-1948
53/1 Foreign Aid 1948
53/2-3 Foreign Policy 1950-1951
53/4 Freedom Train 1948
53/5 Greek-Turkish Loan 1947
53/6 Hawaii 1950
Housing
Box/Folder
53/7 Arlington, WA 1945
53/8 Bellingham, WA 1942-1943
53/9 Coplen, George W. (U.S. National Housing Agency) 1947
53/10-11 Everett, WA 1941-1943
53/12 King County, WA 1941-1945
53/13 Military Housing 1949-1950
53/14 Mount Vernon, WA 1942
53/15 National Veteran's Housing Conference 1948
53/16 Oak Harbor, WA 1942-1943
53/17 Port Angeles, WA 1942
53/18 Skagit County, WA 1943
53/19-20 Miscellaneous 1941-1947
53/21 Hydrogen Bomb 1950
53/22 India
Industrial Development 1951
Box/Folder
53/23 Bellingham, WA 1951
53/24-25 Everett, WA 1951
53/26 Sedro Woolley, WA 1952
53/27 Miscellaneous 1950
53/28 International Labor Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
Labor Problems 1945
Box/Folder
53/29 Hawaiian Shipping Strike 1949
53/30-31 Outlaw of Longshoremen's Hiring Halls (U.S. NationalLabor Relations Board) 1949
53/32 Postwar 1945-1946
53/33-37 Second District (WA) 1941-1951
54/1 Second District (WA) 1951
54/2-3 Liquor Industry 1941-1948
54/4 Lobbying 1950
54/5 Lumber Industry 1950-1951
54/6 Magnesium Development Program 1941-1942
54/7 Marshall Plan -- procurement policies 1949
54/8 Migratory Workers -- interstate and Alaska 1941
54/9 Mindszenty (Cardinal) 1949
54/10 Mining -- Big Sister Chrome Mines Road 1941-1944
54/11-12 Miscellaneous 1941-1951
54/13 Norwegian-American Organizations 1943-1944
54/14 Norwegian Shipping and Trade Mission 1947
54/15 Oatis, William -- imprisonment 1951
54/16 Olympic National Park 1948-1949
54/17 Palestine Partition 1948
54/18-19 Point Roberts 1949-1950
54/20 Port Development
Post-War Planning 1944-1945
Box/Folder
54/21 Bretton Woods Agreement 1945
54/22 Public Building Program 1945-1946
54/23 Miscellaneous 1943-1945
Post-War Problems
Box/Folder
54/24 Food for Europe 1945-1946
54/25 Industrial Development 1945
54/26 Japanese Occupation 1945
54/27 Post-War Projects 1944-1945
Public Power
Box/Folder
54/28 Alcoa Loan Investigation 1943
54/29 Aluminum Potlines 1951
54/30 Rockwell Bill 1946-1947
54/31-34 Miscellaneous 1941-1952
55/1-3 Miscellaneous 1952
55/4 Public Utility Districts 1951
55/5 Radio Industry 1941
55/6 Reid (John) Paint Company 1942
Roads and Highways
Box/Folder
55/7 Defense Highway -- Stevens Pass 1941-1942
55/8 Mountain Loop Highway 1941-1946
55/9-11 Miscellaneous 1941-1951
55/12 Seattle Urban League -- Hanford Project Survey 1950-1951
55/13 Snohomish County. Welfare Department 1948-1950
55/14 Surplus Property 1948-1949
55/15 Synthetic Rubber 1942-1945
55/16 Toynbee (Arnold J.) Article 1949
Trips
Box/Folder
55/17 Europe 1945
55/18 Norway 1947
55/19-20 Pacific 1945
55/21 Washington 1946
55/22 Truman, Harry S. 1951
55/23 Unemployment -- Whatcom County depressed areas 1950
55/24 United Nations 1951-1952
55/25 U.S. Community Facilities Service 1950-1951
55/26 U.S. District Judge -- Washington 1950
55/27 U.S. Forest Service 1941-1943
55/28 U.S. House of Representatives 1944-1949
55/29 U.S. House. Public Lands Committee - Olympic National Park Hearings 1946-1947
55/30 U.S. National Inventors Council 1941-1942
55/31 U.S. Navy. Bellingham Material Redistribution Center 1945
55/32-34 U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station 1950
55/35 U.S. Senate. Public Works Committee 1947-1949
55/36 Voting Record (HMJ) 1942-1944
56/1 Wallgren, Mon C. 1949
War and Defense
Box/Folder
56/2 Aid to War Stricken Population 1941-1945
56/3 Business -- Plan for Small Businesses 1942-1943
56/4 Business Priorities 1941-1943
56/5 Canadian Trade Restrictions 1942
56/6 China 1945-1946
56/7-8 Civilian Defense 1941-1943
56/9 Contracts 1942-1943
Curtailment
Box/Folder
56/10-11 Commodity Production 1941-1942
56/12 Installment Buying 1941-1943
56/13 Government Non-Defense Expenditures 1943
56/14 Dependency Allotments 1943-1945
56/15 Farm Problems 1943-1947
56/16 Food 1942-1944
56/17 Government Commodities Buying 1942
56/18 Hospital Needs 1942
56/19 Interstate Trucking Regulation 1941
56/20 Korean War 1951
56/21-22 Labor Problems 1942-1944
56/23 Legislation 1942-1944
56/24-25 Lend Lease 1941
56/26 Neutrality Act 1941
56/27 Northwest Cities 1944-1945
Opinions (Legal)
Box/Folder
56/28 Japanese Relations 1942-1944
56/29 Price-Fixing Legislation 1941-1942
56/30 Property Seizure Bill 1941-1942
56/31 Pacific Coast Needs 1942
56/32 Production Problems 1941-1942
56/33-35 Roosevelt (Franklin D.) Foreign Policy 1941
57/1 Suggestions/Inquiries 1941-1942
57/2 Surplus Property 1945-1947
57/3 Total Conscription 1944
57/4 U.S. Defense Supplies Corporation 1943
57/5 U.S. War Production Board 1945
57/6 U.S. War Shipping Administration 1943-1945
57/7-8 Vice Near Military Camps 1941-1942
57/9-14 Miscellaneous 1942-1948
57/15 War Brides Reception 1946
57/16 War Surplus 1950
57/17 Washington. Development Board 1946
57/18 Washington. Legislature 1949
57/19 Washington. University - oceanographic vessel request 1949
Washington
Box/Folder
57/20 Chrome Industry Development 1948
57/21-22 Departmental Matters 1948-1951
57/23 Farm Market News Service 1948
57/24 Surplus Coast Guard Facilities (Port Townsend, WA) 1947
57/25 Surplus Materials From White House Repairs 1951
57/26-28 Miscellaneous 1941-1952
58/1 Miscellaneous 1952
58/2 Washington State Grange 1951
58/3-4 Washington Stove Works 1942-1947
58/5 Whatcom County. Welfare Department 1949
58/6 World Government 1950
58/7-10 Miscellaneous 1951-1952
Committee Records and Aides' Papers
Box/Folder
58/11 Democratic Party. U.S. House Steering Committee 1945-1947
U.S. Congress. Atomic Energy Joint Committee
Box/Folder
58/12-20 General Correspondence 1945-1952
Subject Series
Box/Folder
58/21 Arco -- Idaho Project 1949
58/22 Hanford Meetings April 18-19, 1949
59/1 International Control of Atomic Energy (town meeting) 1950
59/2 Military Protection for Hanford 1949
59/3 U.S. Congress. Atomic Energy Joint Committee. Raw Materials Subcommittee 1951
59/4-5 Miscellany 1948-1949
U.S. House. Appropriations Committee
Box/Folder
59/6-10 General Correspondence 1947-1952
Subject Series
Box/Folder
59/11 Alaska 1952
59/12 Ball Amendment -- Customs and Immigration Employees Correspondence 1948-1949
59/13 Chief Joseph Dam 1948-1949
59/14 Emergency Flood Control and Forest Service Appropriations 1948
59/15 Ice Harbor Dam 1949-1952
59/16 Life Saving Station, LaPush, WA 1948
59/17 Status of Unit #3, Wapato Irrigation Project 1948-1949
59/18 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration -- Deficiency Appropriation 1948
59/19 U.S. House. Appropriations Committee. Commerce Subcommittee 1948
59/20 U.S. House. Appropriations Committee. Treasury and Post Office Subcommittee 1948
U.S. House. Appropriations Committee. Interior Subcommittee
Box/Folder
59/21 Speeches and Writings 1946
59/22 News Releases 1949
Subject Series
Box/Folder
59/24 Interior Appropriations Bill 1949
59/25-26 California Intertie Hearings 1951
Projects
Box/Folder
59/27-31 Inside Washington State 1949-1952
59/32-34 Outside Washington State 1949-1952
60/1 Outside Washington State 1952
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
Box/Folder
60/2 Columbia Basin Project 1948-1950
60/3 Transmission Line Extension 1947
60/4 Transmission Line to San Juan County 1948-1950
60/5 Miscellaneous 1948-1950
60/6a U.S. House. Conservation of Wildlife Resources Select Committee 1944-1946
60/6b U.S. House. Democratic Steering Committee 1945-1947
U.S. House. Flood Control Committee
Box/Folder
60/7 Meeting Announcements and Agendas 1941-1942
60/8-11 General Correspondence 1944-1952
Subject Series
Box/Folder
60/12 Dungeness River 1950
60/13-14 Nooksack River 1944-1951
60/15 Projects -- Washington State 1941-1942
60/16-17 Skagit County 1943-1951
Skagit River
Box/Folder
60/18-19 General 1946-1948
60/20 "Water Resources of the Skagit Area" (draft) 1943-1945
60/21 Snohomish River 1949-1951
U.S. House. Indian Affairs Committee
Subject Series
Box/Folder
60/22 Indian Claims Commission Bill 1946-1947
60/23 LaConner Hearing (Swinomish Reservation) 1944
U.S. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee
Box/Folder
60/24-29 General Correspondence 1941-1950
61/1-4 General Correspondence 1941-1950
61/5-9 Meeting Notices and Agendas 1941-1947
Conferences and Conventions
Box/Folder
61/10-11 International Labor Organization. Joint Commission Meeting; Geneva, Switzerland November-December 1948
61/12-18 International Maritime Labor Conference; Seattle June-July 1946
61/19 Maritime Preparatory Technical Conference of the International Labor Organization; Copenhagen, Denmark November 15, 1945
61/20-21 Legislation 1941-1946
Subject Series
Alaska
Box/Folder
62/1 Alien Fishing 1941
62/2 Fish Trap Regulations 1946
62/3 Herring Industry Fishing Regulation 1941-1942
62/4 U.S. Interior Department -- Commercial Fishing Regulations 1946
62/5 Railroad Operation of Ocean-going Vessels 1946
Alaska Shipping
Box/Folder
62/6 Government Operations Statement 1949-1950
62/7-8 Problems 1948-1949
62/9 U.S. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Alaska Shipping Investigation Subcommittee 1949-1951
62/10-12 Miscellaneous 1947-1950
Box/Folder
62/13 Communications Officers Status -- Merchant Marine 1945-1946
Fishing
Box/Folder
62/14-18 General Correspondence 1941-1950
Subject Series
Box/Folder
62/19 Alaska and Pacific Waters 1946-1947
62/20 Japanese Crab and Salmon Importation 1941
62/21 Japanese Fishing Industry 1945
62/22 War Risk Insurance for Fishermen 1942
62/23 Grace Lines (sale of ships) 1946-1947
62/24 International Labor Organization 1949
62/25 U.S. Maritime Administration -- Washington Stove Works 1950
U.S. Maritime Commission
Box/Folder
62/26-28 General Correspondence 1945-1950
63/1 General Correspondence 1949
Subject Series
Box/Folder
63/2 Freight Forwarders 1949-1950
63/3 U.S. Navy. Reserve. Olympia, WA 1948-1950
63/4 U.S. Maritime Commission. Alaska Transportation Committee 1948-1949
63/5 Maritime Day Speech 1945
63/6 Merchant. Marine Act of 1936 1949
63/7 Merchant Sailor Awards 1943
63/8 Merchant Ship Sales to Foreign Countries 1948
63/9 Pacific Explorer (floating cannery vessel) 1947-1948
63/10 Seamen's Bill of Rights 1946-1947
63/11-13 Ship Sales 1945-1946
63/14 Ship Storage on Lake Washington 1945
63/15 Ship Transfer to Panamanian and Other Foreign Flags 1947-1948
63/16 Shipbuilding 1948-1949
63/17-21 Shipping 1941-1948
63/22 Tankers 1947
63/23 Unemployment Insurance for Maritime Industry H. R. 1899) 1945
63/24 Unemployment Insurance for Merchant Seamen 1944-1946
63/25 U.S. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Life Rafts Subcommittee 1944-1945
63/26 U.S. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Plate Fractures on Welded Ships Investigation Subcommittee 1944
63/27 Washington. Fisheries Department 1947-1948
63/28 Miscellaneous 1947-1950
64/1-5 U.S. House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Alaska Problems Subcommittee 1944-1950
64/6 U.S. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Ship Design Construction Subcommittee 1944
64/7 U.S. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Steel Shortage Subcommittee 1943-1944
64/8 U.S. House. Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Tax Liability of Ship Operators Subcommittee 1945-1947
U.S. House. Rivers and Harbors Committee
Box/Folder
64/9-12 General Correspondence 1944-1947
Subject Series
Projects
Box/Folder
64/13 Fisherman's Bay (Lopez Island) 1948-1952
64/14 Burlington Northern -- Bend cut-off 1947-1948
64/15 Cape Sante Waterway 1949
64/15 Everett Harbor Project 1944-1948
64/17 Foster Creek 1944-1949
64/18 Puget Sound-Columbia River Canal 1941
64/19 Quilcene Bay Boat Harbor 1948-1950
64/20 Quillayute and Keystone Harbor 1943-1947
64/21 St. Lawrence Seaway 1941
64/22 Stillaquamish River Improvement 1939-1941
64/23 Shilshole Breakwater 1949-1950
64/24 Skagit River Diversion -- Floodway Project 1941-1942
64/25 Miscellaneous 1941-1942
Box/Folder
64/26 U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1948-1949
65/1-4 U.S. House. Small Business Select Committee
Box/Folder
65/5-14 General Correspondence 1941-1948
65/15-17 Meetings and Hearings 1943-1948
Subject Series
Box/Folder
65/18 Automobile Dealers Discounts 1945
65/19 Export Controls 1948
65/20-21 Taxation of Cooperatives 1947-1948
65/22 Miscellany 1945-1948
65/23 U.S. House. Small Business Select Committee. Anti-Monopoly Subcommittee 1947
65/24-27 U.S. House. Small Business Select Committee. Log and Lumber Policy Subcommittee 1943-1948
65/28 Valley Forge Foundation. Trustees Board 1951-1952
Salter, John L. Papers
Box/Folder
65/29-31 General Correspondence 1945-1952
Addendum
Box
66 Clippings 1951-1952
67 Appointment Books 1941; 1943; 1947; 1949; 1950
Speeches and Writings -- HMJ
Box/Folder
67/1 Atomic Energy; Institute of Industrial and LegalProblems of Atomic Energy; Michigan. University. Law School; Ann Arbor, MI 1952
67/2 Atomic Energy; Washington Silver Jubilee; Longview,WA 1949
67/3 Democratic Party; Vancouver, WA September 1, 1951
67/4 Jackson Day Dinner 1946
67/5 Military and Economic Strength; U.S. House ofRepresentatives June 5, 1952
67/6 The Peaceful Atom; U.S. House of Representatives May 12, 1952
Subject Series
Box/Folder
67/7 U.S. Fisheries Coordinators Office 1945
67/8 Democratic Party. Young Democrats 1941
68 Scrapbooks
As described with box 50.

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Accession No.  3560-003:  Senate papers, 1952-1963
274 cubic feet

The materials in this accession cover the first two terms ofJackson's Senate career. Arrangement follows the pattern established forJackson's House papers, with General, Departmental and LegislativeCorrespondence, Sponsored Bills, Speeches and Writings, Subject Series, andCommittee Records and Aides' Papers as the primary filing categories. Inaddition, Jackson's staff added several new filing categories. The WashingtonState Matters series includes materials about state public works projects,agencies, and legislative concerns. These materials occasionally overlap withmaterials found in the Subject Series. Trip Files include itineraries,background information, and arrangements for Jackson and his staff for theirtrips to Washington, around the country, and abroad. A Jobs and Appointmentsseries (also called "Senate Nominations") was also added. It was the practiceof Jackson's Senate staff to begin new files each year.

The Sponsored Bills series reveals Jackson's continued legislativefocus on issues of importance to the Northwest, including the YakimaReservation land sales and the Spokance Valley Project funding.

The accession also documents Jackson's growing interest in defenseand foreign policy issues. Addresses on topics such as national security andthe missile gap make up a large part of the Speeches and Writings series.Jackson's impressions of his 1956 and 1959 trips to the Soviet Union and 1962tour of Vietnam can be found in both the Trip Files and Speeches and Writingsseries. Defense and foreign policy matters are also covered by the Senate ArmedServices Committee, Joint Atomic Energy Committee, and North Atlantic TreatyOrganization Parliamentarians Conference subseries.

The Government Operations Committee, Permanent Subcommittee onInvestigations (PSI) subseries, under the Committee Records and Aides' Papersseries, documents Jackson's emergence as a national figure. The subseriescontains several folders of PSI staff correspondence and proposed questions forwitnesses at subcommittee hearings, including the Senate's censure of McCarthy,the Jimmy Hoffa investigation, and the appointment of J.B. Matthews as chief ofstaff. There are also seven cartons of constituent mail regarding theArmy-McCarthy hearings. In addition, there are several scrapbooks on thehearings and other PSI matters. Additional materials regarding theArmy-McCarthy hearing can be found in accession 3560-21.

The Democratic National Committee subseries, under the CommitteeRecords and Aides' Papers series, documents Jackson's tenure as party chairmanduring the 1960 presidential campaign. The files include correspondence withparty leaders that sheds light on the political maneuverings of the party in1960. Other letters discuss the candidates and the issues, including Kennedy'sCatholicism. There is also a large collection of Kennedy's campaign speeches.Some of Jackson's own campaign speeches are found in the Speeches and Writingsseries.

Open to all users; however, researchers who use DepartmentalCorrespondence (boxes 9-97) must sign a release form agreeing not to divulgethe identity of any individual named in a case file.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
General Correspondence
1953 1953
Box/Folder
1/1 A 1953
1/2 Beeks, William T. 1953
1/3 B - C 1953
1/4 Fuchek, Florence M. 1953
1/5 Garside, Grenville 1953
1/6 Gutmann, Addis 1953
1/7 D - G (incl. Eisenhower, Dwight D. andGoldwater,Barry M.) 1953
1/8 Haley, Andrew G. 1953
1/9 H (incl. Hayden, Carl; Hill, Lister; Humphrey,HubertH.) 1953
1/10 Jackson, Gertrude 1953
1/11 Kaplan, Jack and Betty 1953
1/12 Lee, Walter A. 1953
1/13 Low Family (Madeleine) 1953
1/14 I - L (incl. Kefauver, Estes) 1953
1/15 Mitchell, Roy C. 1953
1/16 M 1953
1/17 N - R 1953
1/18 Sancrant, D. L. 1953
1/19 Stratton, Samuel S. 1953
1/20 S 1953
1/21 T - Z (incl. Truman, Margaret) 1953
1/22 Birthday Greetings 1953
1/23 Congratulations Letters 1953
1954 1954
Box/Folder
1/24 Atwood, Evangeline 1954
1/25 Beeks, William T. 1954
1/26 Bone, Hugh 1954
1/27 Brown, Mary 1954
1/28 A - B (incl. Bowles, Chester) 1954
1/29 Davies, William D. 1954
1/30 C - D (incl. Chavez, Dennis; Clark, MarkW.) 1954
1/31 Garside Family (Grenville) 1954
1/32 Goldberg, Charles F. 1954
1/33 Gutmann, Addis 1954
1/34 E - G 1954
1/35 Hirsch Family (James) 1954
1/36 Jackson, Gertrude 1954
1/37 H - J (incl. Hoover, J. Edgar; Johnson, LyndonB.) 1954
1/38 Kefauver, Estes 1954
1/39 Kennedy Family (Jacqueline, John F., JosephP.,Robert) 1954
1/40 Low Family (Madeleine) 1954
1/41 K - L (incl. Long, Russell B.) 1954
1/42 M - O (incl. Magnuson, Don; Mansfield, Mike;Morse,Wayne) 1954
1/43 P - R 1954
1/44 Sheridan, Philip 1954
1/45 S (incl. Symington, Stuart) 1954
2/1 T - Z 1954
1955 1955
Box/Folder
2/2 Beeks, William T. 1955
2/3 A - B 1955
2/4 C - F (incl. Eisenhower, Dwight D.) 1955
2/5 Jackson, Gertrude 1955
2/6 Johnpoll, Leona 1955
2/7 Johnson, Lyndon B. 1955
2/8 Kefauver, Estes 1955
2/9 G - K (incl. Harriman, Averell) 1955
2/10 Low Family (Madeleine) 1955
2/11 McGovern, E. B. 1955
2/12 Martin Family (Dan) 1955
2/13 O'Shea Family (John J.) 1955
2/14 L. - P 1955
2/15 Smith, Millard 1955
2/16 Sulzberger, Marion B. 1955
2/17 Symbol, James 1955
2/18 Tendler Family (Max) 1955
2/19 R - U (Rickover, Hyman G.) 1955
2/20 Van Aken, George 1955
2/21 West, Norma B. 1955
2/22 Wright, Martha 1955
2/23 V - Y (incl. Waligren, Mon C.) 1955
2/24 Birthday Greetings (incl. Johnson, LyndonB.) 1955
2/25 Thank Yous 1955
2/26 Complimentary Letters 1955
1956 1956
Box/Folder
2/27 Bailey, Philip W. 1956
2/28 Bingham, Harvey D. 1956
2/29 A - B (incl. Bowles, Chester) 1956
2/30 Clise, Jim 1956
2/31 C - E (incl. Church, Frank; Clark, MarkW.) 1956
2/32 F - G (incl. Gore, Albert) 1956
2/33 Mack, Maurice 1956
2/34 Johnpoll, Leona 1956
2/35 Johnsen, Lester 1956
2/36 II - J (incl. Hayden, Carl; Johnson, LyndonB.) 1956
2/37 Kridel, William J. 1956
2/38 Low Family (Madeleine) 1956
2/39 K - L (incl. Kennedy, John F.) 1956
2/40 M (incl. Magnuson, Warren G.; Mansfield, Mike;Morse, Wayne) 1956
2/41 N - R 1956
2/42 S (incl. Symington, Stuart) 1956
2/43 T - Z (incl. Teller, Edward) 1956
3/1 Birthday Greetings 1956
3/2 Christmas Card List 1956
Complimentary Letters
Box/Folder
3/3 General 1956
3/4 "Meet the Press" Appearance 1956
1957 1957
Box/Folder
3/5 Beeks, William T. 1957
3/6 A - B 1957
3/7 C - E 1957
3/8 Hack, Maurice 1957
3/9 Humphrey, Hubert H. 1957
3/10 F - L 1957
3/11 Johnpoll, Leona 1957
3/12 J - K (incl. Johnson, Lyndon B.) 1957
3/13 Low Family (Madeleine) 1957
3/14 L - M (incl. Magnuson, Warren G.) 1957
3/15 N - R (incl. Rosellini, Albert D.) 1957
3/16 S (incl. Symington, Stuart) 1957
3/17 T - Z 1957
3/18 Birthday Greetings (incl. Johnson, LyndonB.) 1957
3/19-20 Christmas Card List 1957
Complimentary Letters 1957
Box/Folder
3/21 General (incl. Neuberger, Richard L.) 1957
3/22 "Ballistic Seapower" Article (incl. Hill, Lister; Johnson, Lyndon B.; Kennedy, John F.; Knowland, William F.; Saltonstall, Leverett) 1957
3/23 "College Press Conference" Appearance 1957
1958 1958
Box/Folder
3/24 Anderson, Ethel Kelleher 1958
3/25 Beeks, William T. 1958
3/26 A - B 1958
3/27 C - D (incl. Douglas, Paul H.) 1958
3/28 Hack, Maurice 1958
4/1 F - H (incl. Gore, Albert; Humphrey, HubertH.) 1958
4/2 Jackson, Gertrude 1958
4/3 Johnpoll, Leona 1958
4/4 Little, Theodore H. 1958
4/5 Low Family (Madeleine) 1958
4/6 I - L (incl. Johnson, Lyndon B.; Kennedy, JohnF.) 1958
4/7 M - P (incl. Mansfield, Mike; Monroney, Mike;Muskie,Edmund S.) 1958
4/8 R (incl. Ribicoff, Abraham; Roosevelt,Eleanor) 1958
4/9 S (incl. Stennis, John) 1958
4/10 T - Z (incl. Teller, Edward; Truman, HarryS) 1958
4/11 Birthday Greetings (incl. Bennett, Wallace F.;Payne,Frederick) 1958
4/12 Christmas Card List 1958
4/13 Complimentary Letters (incl. Kefauver, Estes;Malone,George W.) 1958
1959 1959
Box/Folder
4/14 A 1959
4/15 Beeks, William T. 1959
4/16 Block, Dorothy and Robert 1959
4/17 B (incl. Bowles, Chester; Bush, Prescott;Byrd,Robert C.) 1959
4/18 C 1959
4/19 D - E 1959
4/20 F - G (incl. Fulbright, William; Goldwater, BarryM.;Gruening, Ernest) 1959
4/21 H (incl. Hart, Philip A.; McNamara, Pat;Humphrey,Hubert H.) 1959
4/22 Jackson, Gertrude 1959
4/23 I - J 1959
4/24 Low Family (Madeleine) 1959
4/25 K - L (incl. Kefauver, Estes; Langer,William) 1959
4/26 Martin, Charles E. 1959
4/27 Ma - Me 1959
5/1 Mi - N (incl. Muskie, Edmund S.) 1959
5/2 O-Q (incl. O'Mahoney, Joseph C.) 1959
5/3 R 1959
5/4 S (incl. Symington, Stuart) 1959
5/5 T - V (incl. Teller, Edward; Thurmond,Strom) 1959
5/6 W - Z 1959
5/7 Birthday Greetings (incl. Byrd, Robert C.;Keating,Kenneth B.) 1959
5/8 Christmas Card List 1959
5/9 Complimentary Letters (incl. Morse, Wayne;Scott,Hugh) 1959
1960 1960
Box/Folder
5/10 A - B (incl. Bowles, Chester; Byrd, RobertC.) 1960
5/11 C (incl. Church, Frank) 1960
5/12 D - E 1960
5/13 Gutman, Addis 1960
5/14 F - G 1960
5/15 H (incl. Hansen, Julia Butler) 1960
5/16 I - K (incl. Kefauver, Estes) 1960
5/17 Low Family (Madeleine) 1960
5/18 Martin, C. D. 1960
5/19 L - Me 1960
5/20 Mi - N (incl. Murray, James E.) 1960
5/21 O - R (incl. O'Mahoney, Joseph C.; Powell,AdamClayton; Rickover, Hyman G.; Ridgeway, Matthew) 1960
6/1 S (incl. Symington, Stuart) 1960
6/2 T - Wa (incl. Teller, Edward; Washington.University.President (Odegaard, Charles)) 1960
6/3 We - Y 1960
6/4 Birthday Greetings (incl. Byrd, Robert C.;Hartke,Vance; Keating, Kenneth B.; Randolph, Jennings) 1960
6/5 Christmas Card List 1960
6/6 Complimentary Letters (incl. Dodd, Thomas J.;Hart,Philip A.; Neuberger, Richard L.; Saltonstall, Leverett) 1960
1961 1961
Box/Folder
6/7 Aiken, Paul 1961
6/8 Beeks, William T. 1961
6/9 A - Be 1961
6/10 Bi - C (incl. Byrd, Robert C.) 1961
6/11 Davies, William D. 1961
6/12 D - E 1961
6/13 F - G 1961
6/14-15 Howell, Paul L. 1961
6/16 H - He 1961
6/17 Higer, Clifford 1961
6/18 Hi - I 1961
6/19 J - K 1961
6/20 Low Family (Madeleine) 1961
6/21 L - M (incl. Mansfield, Mike; Murrow, EdwardR.) 1961
6/22 N - Q (incl. Percy, Charles H.) 1961
7/1 R - Se 1961
7/2 Sulzberger, Marion B. 1961
7/3 Sh - Sy 1961
7/4 Yale, Wesley W. 1961
7/5 T - Z (incl. Thurmond, Strom; Udall, Morris;Wagner,Robert F.) 1961
Birthday Greetings 1961
Box/Folder
7/6 A - J (incl. Byrd, Robert C.; Connally, John B.; Goldberg, Arthur; Hartke, Vance)
7/7 K - W (incl. Keating, Kenneth B.; Kennedy, John F.; McGee, Gale W.; Wiley, Alexander)
7/8 Christmas Card List 1961
7/9 Complimentary Letters 1961
1962 1962
Box/Folder
7/10 A - Ba 1962
7/11 Beeks, William T. 1962
7/12 Be - Ca 1962
7/13 Ch - Di 1962
7/14 Do - F 1962
7/15 Godbold, Norman D. 1962
7/16 Green, Paul R. 1962
7/17 G - Ha (incl. Gore, Albert; Gruening, Ernest;Hansen,Julia Butler) 1962
7/18 Howell, Paul L. 1962
7/19 He - L 1962
7/20 J - K (incl. Kefauver, Estes) 1962
7/21 Low Family (Madeleine) 1962
7/22 L 1962
7/23 Meadowcraft, Thomas II. 1962
7/24 N (incl. Morse, Wayne; Morton, Thurston B.;Murphy,Maurice J.) 1962
8/1 N - P (incl. Percy, Charles H.) 1962
8/2 R - Si (incl. Rickover, Hyman G.; Rosellini,AlbertD.) 1962
8/3 Sk - Sy 1962
8/4 T - V (incl. Teller, Edward; Tower, John G.;Udall,Norris K.) 1962
8/5 W - Z (White, Byron R.) 1962
8/6 Birthday Greetings (incl. Anderson, ClintonP.;Keating, Kenneth B.; Kennedy, John F.; McGee, Gale W.) 1962
8/7 Complimentary Letters 1962
1963 1963
Box/Folder
8/8 A - Ba 1963
8/9 Be - Bu (incl. Brzezinski, Zbigniew) 1963
8/10 Denny, Brewster 1963
8/11 C - D 1963
8/12 E - F 1963
8/13 Hardin, M. M. (Helen's Father) 1963
8/14 G - Ha (incl. Harriman, Averell) 1963
8/15 Howell, Paul L. 1963
8/16 He - Ja (incl. Humphrey, Hubert H.; Javits,JacobK.) 1963
8/17 Je - K 1963
8/18 Livesy, Percy 1963
8/19 Low Family (Madeleine) 1963
8/20 L - Ma 1963
8/21 Me - N 1963
9/1 Reinvik, Georg 1963
9/2 O - Re 1963
9/3 Rickover, Hyman G. 1963
9/4 Rh - Se (incl. Rosellini, Albert D.; Russell,RichardB.) 1963
9/5a, 5b Sh - Su 1963
9/6 T - Z (incl. Teller, Edward; Thurmond,Strom) 1963
Birthday Greetings 1963
Box/Folder
9/7 A - H (incl. Byrd, Robert C.)
9/8 J - W (incl. Kennedy, John F.; Vance, Cyrus R.)
9/9 Complimentary Letters 1963
Departmental Correspondence
Access is restricted. Contact repository for more information.
1953 1953
Box/Folder
9/10-11 United Nations 1953
9/12-19 U.S. Agriculture Department 1953
U.S. Air Force 1953
Box/Folder
9/20-23 General 1953
9/24 Larson Air Force Base Laundry 1953
9/25 Paine Field 1953
U.S. Army 1953
Box/Folder
9/26-27 General 1953
10/1-4 General 1953
10/5 Fort Warden Closure 1953
10/6 Puget Sound Port Utilization 1953
10/7 Seventh Day Adventists 1953
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1953
Box/Folder
10/8-12 General 1953
10/13 The Dalles Dam 1953
10/14 Rivers and Harbors 1953
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1953
Box/Folder
10/15-17 General 1953
10/18 Richland, WA -- disposition 1953
10/19 Wahluke Slope 1953
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1953
Box/Folder
10/20-21 General 1953
10/22 Contracts 1953
10/23 U.S. Budget Bureau 1953
10/24 U.S. Census Bureau 1953
10/25-26 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1953
11/1 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1953
11/2, 11/2a U.S. Civil Service Commission 1953
11/3 U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 1953
11/4 U.S. Coast Guard 1953
11/5 U.S. Commerce Department 1953
11/6-7 U.S. Conservation Program Service -soilconservation 1953
11/8 U.S. Customs Bureau 1953
U.S. Defense Department 1953
Box/Folder
11/9, 11/9a General 1953
11/10 Defense Procurement 1953
11/11 U.S. Defense Minerals Administration 1953
11/12 U.S. Economic Stabilization Agency 1953
11/13 U.S. Education Office 1953
11/14 U.S. Employees Compensation Bureau 1953
11/15 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1953
11/16 U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation 1953
11/17 U.S. Federal Civil DefenseAdministration 1953
11/18 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1953
11/19 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1953
U.S. Federal Power Commission 1953
Box/Folder
11/20-22 General 1953
11/23 Washington Water Power Company and Puget Sound Power and Light Merger 1953
11/24 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1953
11/25 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1953
12/1 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1953
12/2 U.S. Foreign Operations Administration 1953
12/3 U.S. Forest Service 1953
12/4 U.S. General Accounting Office 1953
12/5 U.S. General Services Administration 1953
12/6 U.S. Geological Survey 1953
12/7 U.S. Government Printing Office 1953
12/8 U.S. Health, Education and WelfareDepartment 1953
12/9-10 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1953
12/11 U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService 1953
12/12-13a U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1953
U.S. Interior Department 1953
Box/Folder
12/14-15 General 1953
12/16 Lake Wallula 1953
12/17 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1953
12/18 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1953
12/19 U.S. Justice Department 1953
12/20 U.S. Labor Department 1953
12/21 U.S. Land Management Bureau 1953
12/22 U.S. Library of Congress 1953
13/1 U.S. Mines Bureau 1953
13/2 U.S. Maritime Commission 1953
13/3 U.S. National Archives and RecordsService 1953
13/4 U.S. National Standards Bureau 1953
13/5 U.S. National Production Authority 1953
13/6 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1953
U.S. National Park Service 1953
Box/Folder
13/7 General 1953
13/8-9 Olympic National Park 1953
U.S. Navy 1953
Box/Folder
13/10-14 General 1953
13/15 Rickover, Hyman G. 1953
13/16-18 U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station --closure 1953
13/19 U.S. Patent Office 1953
U.S. Post Office 1953
Box/Folder
13/20-24 General 1953
13/25 Examination Notices 1953
13/26 Rural Station Closures 1953
13/27 U.S. Price Stabilization Office 1953
13/28 U.S. Production and MarketingAdministration 1953
13/29 U.S. Public Health Service 1953
13/30-31 U.S. Public Housing Administration 1953
13/32 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1953
13/27 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1953
U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1953
Box/Folder
14/1-2 General 1953
14/3-5 Grand Coulee Dam 1953
14/6 Soap Lake -- rising water level 1953
14/7 U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1953
14/8 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1953
14/9 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1953
14/10-11 U.S. Selective Service System 1953
14/12 U.S. Senate -- miscellaneous committees 1953
14/13 U.S. Small Business Administration 1953
14/14-15 U.S. Social Security Administration 1953
14/16-18 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1953
U.S. State Department 1953
Box/Folder
14/19-21 General 1953
14/22 Book Burning 1953
14/23 Horton, Douglas (Mrs.) 1953
14/24-25 Lumber Exploitation 1953
14/26 Passport Division 1953
14/27-29 Visa Division 1953
14/30 Voice of America Site 1953
14/31 U.S. Supreme Court 1953
14/32 U.S. Tariff Commission 1953
14/33 U.S. Treasury Department 1953
14/34 U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority 1953
14/35 U.S. Veterans Administration 1953
15/1 U.S. Wage Stabilization Board 1953
15/2 U.S. War Claims Commission 1953
15/3 U.S. Weather Bureau 1953
1954 1954
Box/Folder
15/4 U.S. Army. Engineers Corps -- Rivers andHarbors 1954
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1954
Box/Folder
15/5 General 1954
15/6 Hanford, WA -- coal mines 1954
15/7 Richland, WA -- disposition 1954
15/3 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1954
15/9 U.S. Budget Bureau 1954
15/10 U.S. Census Bureau 1954
15/11-12 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board 1954
15/13 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1954
15/14 U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 1954
15/15 U.S. Coast Guard 1954
15/16 U.S. Commerce Department 1954
15/17 U.S. Customs Bureau 1954
15/18-25 U.S. Defense Department 1954
15/26-28 U.S. Education Office 1954
15/29-31 U.S. Employees Compensation Bureau 1954
U.S. Federal Civil DefenseAdministration 1954
Box/Folder
15/32 General 1954
15/33-34 Reed (Mark E.) Memorial Hospital 1954
U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1954
Box/Folder
16/1 General 1954
16/2 Television Booster Stations 1954
16/3 U.S. Federal Deposit InsuranceCorporation 1954
16/4 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1954
16/5 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1954
16/6 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1954
16/7 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1954
16/8 U.S. Foreign Claims Commission 1954
16/9 U.S. Foreign Operations Administration 1954
16/10 U.S. General Accounting Office 1954
16/11-12 U.S. General Services Administration 1954
16/13 U.S. Government Printing Office 1954
16/14 U.S. Health, Education and WelfareDepartment 1954
16/15 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1954
16/16 U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService 1954
16/17-18 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1954
16/19 U.S. Information Agency 1954
16/20 U.S. Interior Department 1954
16/21 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1954
16/22-23 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1954
16/24-25 U.S. Justice Department 1954
16/26 U.S. Labor Department 1954
16/27 U.S. Land Management Bureau 1954
16/28 U.S. Library of Congress 1954
17/1 U.S. Maritime Commission 1954
17/2 U.S. National Guard 1954
17/3 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1954
17/4 U.S. National Park Service 1954
17/5-10 U.S. Navy 1954
17/11 U.S. Patent Office 1954
U.S. Post Office 1954
Box/Folder
17/12-16 General 1954
17/17 Raymond, WA 1954
17/18 Richmond Beach, WA 1954
17/19 Wenatchee, WA 1954
17/20 U.S. Public Health Service 1954
17/21 U.S. Public Housing Administration 1954
17/22 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1954
17/23 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1954
17/24 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1954
17/25 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1954
17/26 U.S. Selective Service System 1954
17/27 U.S. Small Business Administration 1954
17/28 U.S. Social Security Administration 1954
U.S. State Department 1954
Box/Folder
17/29-30 General 1954
18/1 Passport Division 1954
18/2 U.S. Tariff Commission 1954
18/3 U.S. Treasury Department 1954
18/4-5 U.S. Veterans Administration 1954
18/6 U.S. War Claims Commission 1954
18/7-13 U.S. Agriculture Department 1954
1955 1955
U.S. Air Force 1955
Box/Folder
18/14-18 General 1955
18/19 Paine Field 1955
18/20-23 Spokane Supply Depot 1955
Box/Folder
18/24-28 U.S. Army 1955
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1955
Box/Folder
18/29-31 General 1955
13/32 Chinook Harbor 1955
18/33 Neah Bay, WA 1955
18/34-35 Rivers and Harbors 1955
18/36 Tacoma, WA 1955
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1955
Box/Folder
18/37-38 General 1955
19/1 Prosser Barricade 1955
19/2 U.S. Budget Bureau 1955
19/3 U.S. Census Bureau 1955
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board 1955
Box/Folder
19/4 General 1955
19/5 Northwest Air Service 1955
19/6-7 Northwest-Alaska Air Service 1955
19/8 Seattle-Honolulu Air Service 1955
19/9-10 U.S. Coast Guard 1955
19/11 U.S. Commerce Department 1955
19/12 U.S. Customs Bureau 1955
19/13 U.S. Defense Department 1955
19/14 U.S. Education Office 1955
19/15 U.S. Executive Department (White HouseStaff) 1955
19/16 U.S. Export-Import Bank 1955
19/17 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1955
19/18 U.S. Federal Civil DefenseAdministration 1955
19/19-20 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1955
19/21 U.S. Federal Deposit InsuranceCorporation 1955
19/22 U.S. Federal Housing Survey 1955
19/23 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1955
19/24 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1955
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1955
Box/Folder
19/25-26 General 1955
19/27 Jones Island 1955
19/28 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1955
19/29 U.S. Foreign Claims SettlementCommission 1955
19/30-31 U.S. Foreign Operations Administration 1955
U.S. Forest Service 1955
Box/Folder
19/32 General 1955
19/33 Wind River Sustained Yield Unit Application 1955
U.S. General Accounting Office 1955
Box/Folder
19/34 General 1955
19/35 Government-owned Timber Sales 1955
20/1-4 Government-owned Timber Sales 1955
U.S. General Services Administration 1955
Box/Folder
20/5-6 General 1955
20/7-8 Baker-West Disposal 1955
20/9 U.S. Geological Survey 1955
20/10 U.S. Government Printing Office 1955
20/11 U.S. Health, Education, and WelfareDepartment 1955
20/12 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1955
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1955
Box/Folder
20/13-15 General 1955
20/16 Hearings -- Timber Sales on Indian Reservations 1955
20/17 Tulalip Shores 1955
20/18 U.S. Interior Department 1955
20/19-20 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1955
20/21 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1955
20/22 U.S. Justice Department 1955
20/23 U.S. Labor Department 1955
20/24 U.S. Land Management Bureau 1955
20/25 U.S. Library of Congress 1955
20/26 U.S. Maritime Commission 1955
20/27 U.S. Mines Bureau 1955
21/1 U.S. National Archives and RecordsService 1955
21/2 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1955
21/3 U.S. National Park Service 1955
U.S. Navy 1955
Box/Folder
21/4-9 General 1955
21/10 Bremerton Dry Dock 1955
21/11 U.S. Patent Office 1955
U.S. Post Office Department 1955
Box/Folder
21/12a,b-14 General 1955
21/15 Nominations Confirmed 1955
21/16 Post Office Closures 1955
21/17 U.S. Public Health Service 1955
U.S. Public Housing Administration 1955
Box/Folder
21/18-19 General 1955
21/20 Bremerton, WA -- rent increases 1955
21/21 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1955
21/22 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1955
21/23 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1955
21/24 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1955
21/25 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1955
21/26 U.S. Selective Service System 1955
22/1 U.S. Senate -- miscellaneous committees 1955
22/2 U.S. Small Business Administration 1955
22/3-5 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1955
22/6-9 U.S. State Department 1955
22/10 U.S. Supreme Court 1955
22/11 U.S. Tariff Commission 1955
22/12-13 U.S. Treasury Department 1955
U.S. Veterans Administration 1955
Box/Folder
22/14 General 1955
22/15 National Military Home, Fort Warden 1955
1956 1956
U.S. Agriculture Department 1956
Box/Folder
22/16-19 General 1956
22/20 Animal Disease Lab 1956
Box/Folder
22/21-26 U.S. Air Force 1956
22/27-32 U.S. Army 1956
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1956
Box/Folder
22/33 General 1956
23/1 General 1956
23/2 American Lake, WA 1956
23/3-4 Anacortes, WA 1956
23/5-8 Bellingham, WA 1956
23/9-10 Blaine, WA 1956
23/11 Columbia River Mouth 1956
23/12-13 Everett Harbor 1956
23/14 Grays Harbor -- West Haven Breakwater 1956
23/15-16 Quillayute, WA 1956
23/17-19 Rivers and Harbors 1956
23/20 Shilshole Bay 1956
23/21 Stillaguamish River Project 1956
23/22 Willapa River (incl. Naselle Harbor) 1956
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1956
Box/Folder
23/23-24 General 1956
24/1-3 Hanford Coal Contract -- Roslyn-Cle Elum Coal Mines 1956
24/4-6 Richland, WA -- Disposal 1956
24/7 Uranium Processing Plant (Spokane, WA) 1956
24/8 U.S. Budget Bureau 1956
24/9 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1956
24/10-11 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1956
24/12 U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 1956
24/13 U.S. Coast Guard 1956
24/14 U.S. Commerce Department 1956
24/15 U.S. Customs Bureau 1956
U.S. Defense Department 1956
Box/Folder
24/16-18 General 1956
24/19 Defense Mobilization 1956
24/20 U.S. Education Office 1956
24/21 U.S. Executive Department (White HouseStaff) 1956
24/22 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1956
24/23 U.S. Federal Civil DefenseAdministration 1956
U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1956
Box/Folder
24/24 General 1956
24/25 Queen City Broadcasting Company 1956
24/26 Television Booster Stations 1956
25/1 U.S. Federal Conciliation and MediationService 1956
25/2-3 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1956
25/4 U.S. Federal National Mortgage Association--secondary market operations 1956
25/5 U.S. Federal Power Commission 1956
25/6 U.S. Federal Savings and Loan InsuranceCorporation 1956
25/7 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1956
25/8 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1956
25/9 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1956
25/10 U.S. Foreign Claims SettlementCommission 1956
U.S. Forest Service 1956
Box/Folder
25/11 General 1956
25/12 Mt. Baker Improvements 1956
25/13 U.S. General Accounting Office 1956
U.S. General Services Administration 1956
Box/Folder
25/14-15 General 1956
25/16-17 Simplified Keyboard System 1956
25/18 Tacoma Federal Building 1956
25/19 U.S. Government Printing Office 1956
25/20 U.S. Health, Education and WelfareDepartment 1956
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1956
Box/Folder
25/21 General 1956
25/22-24 Richland Housing Appraisal Protest 1956
25/25-26 U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1956
25/27 U.S. Indian Claims Commission 1956
25/28 U.S. Information Agency 1956
25/29-30 U.S. Interior Department 1956
26/1-2 U.S. Internal Revenue Service 1956
26/3 U.S. International CooperationAdministration 1956
26/4-5 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1956
26/6 U.S. Justice Department 1956
26/7 U.S. Labor Department 1956
26/8 U.S. Land Management Bureau 1956
26/9 U.S. Library of Congress 1956
26/10 U.S. Maritime Commission 1956
26/11 U.S. National Archives and RecordsService 1956
26/12 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1956
U.S. Park Service 1956
Box/Folder
26/13 General 1956
26/14-17 Mission 66 1956
26/18 U.S. National Science Foundation 1956
U.S. Navy 1956
Box/Folder
26/19-24 General 1956
26/25 U.S. Navy. Ammunition Depot. Bangor, WA 1956
27/1 U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Navy Yard - workload reduction 1956
27/2 U.S. Navy. Spokane Naval Air Base -- closure 1956
27/3 U.S. Patent Office 1956
U.S. Post Office Department 1956
Box/Folder
27/4, 5, 5a, 6 General 1956
27/7 East Sound 1956
27/8 Spokane Postal Transportation Service Promotion Plan 1956
27/9 U.S. Public Health Service 1956
27/10 U.S. Public Housing Administration 1956
27/11 U.S. Public Roads Bureau 1956
27/12 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1956
27/13 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1956
27/14 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1956
27/15 U.S. Senate -- miscellaneous committees 1956
27/16 U.S. Small Business Administration 1956
27/17 U.S. Social Security Administration 1956
27/18-19 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1956
U.S. State Department 1956
Box/Folder
27/20-21 General 1956
27/22 Religious Freedom in Columbia 1956
27/23 U.S. Tariff Commission 1956
27/24 U.S. Treasury Department 1956
27/25 U.S. Veterans Administration 1956
27/26 United Nations 1956
1957 1957
U.S. Agriculture Department 1957
Box/Folder
27/27-29 General 1957
28/1 Curly Top Resistant Tomatoes 1957
23/2 Regional Research Lab Proposal 1957
23/3 Wheat Standards 1957
Box/Folder
28/4-10 U.S. Air Force 1957
U.S. Army 1957
Box/Folder
28/11-17 General 1957
28/18-19 Bishop, Dorothy 1957
28/20-21 Girard, William S. 1957
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1957
Box/Folder
28/22-25 General 1957
28/26-27 Rivers and Harbors 1957
29/1 Rivers and Harbors 1957
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1957
Box/Folder
29/2-7 General 1957
29/8-9 Wahluke Slope 1957
29/10-11 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1957
29/12 U.S. Census Bureau 1957
29/13-16 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1957
29/17 U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 1957
29/18 U.S. Coast Guard 1957
29/19-20 U.S. Commerce Department 1957
29/21 U.S. Customs Bureau 1957
U.S. Defense Department 1957
Box/Folder
29/22-28 General 1957
29/29 Armed Services Civilian Employment Cuts 1957
30/1a,b Seattle Army Terminal 1957
30/2 U.S. Defense Mobilization Office 1957
30/3 U.S. Education Office 1957
30/4 U.S. Executive Department (White HouseStaff) 1957
30/5 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1957
30/6 U.S. Federal Civil DefenseAdministration 1957
30/7 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1957
30/8-10 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1957
U.S. Federal Power Commission 1957
Box/Folder
30/11a,b-12 General 1957
30/13-15 Natural Gas Rates 1957
30/16 Seattle Boundary Project Licensing Application 1957
30/17 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1957
30/18 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1957
30/19 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1957
U.S. Forest Service 1957
Box/Folder
30/20-21 General 1957
31/1a,b Glacier Peak Wilderness Area 1957
31/2 U.S. General Accounting Office -- AlaskaJunkCompany 1957
U.S. General Services Administration 1957
Box/Folder
31/3-4 General 1957
31/5 National Grange Headquarters Building Relocation 1957
31/6 Seattle Christian School 1957
31/7-3 Seattle Post Office Building 1957
31/9 U.S. Health, Education and WelfareDepartment 1957
31/10 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1957
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1957
Box/Folder
31/11a,b-12a,b General 1957
31/13-14 Quinalt Indian Reservation Timber Sales 1957
31/15 U.S. Indian Claims Commission 1957
31/16 U.S. Interior Department 1957
31/17 U.S. Internal Revenue Service -- FederalFirearmsAct 1957
31/18 U.S. International CooperationAdministration 1957
31/19 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1957
31/20-21 U.S. Justice Department 1957
32/1 U.S. Labor Department 1957
U.S. Land Management Bureau 1957
Box/Folder
32/2-3 General 1957
32/4 Pressentin, E. V. 1957
32/5 U.S. Library of Congress 1957
32/6 U.S. Marine Corps 1957
32/7 U.S. Maritime Commission 1957
32/8 U.S. Mines Bureau 1957
32/9 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1957
U.S. National Park Service 1957
Box/Folder
32/10 General 1957
Mission 66 1957
Box/Folder
32/11 Grand Coulee Dam Recreation Area
32/12-13 Mt. Rainier National Park -- Rockefeller Survey
32/14 Ohanapecosh Cut-off Route 1957
32/15 Sol Duc Hot Springs Pool 1957
32/16 U.S. National Science Foundation 1957
U.S. Navy 1957
Box/Folder
32/17-22 General 1957
33/1 Ellensburg Retraining Center Proposal 1957
33/2 Segregation Policy 1957
33/3a,b-6 U.S. Navy. Ammunition Depot. Willapa Harbor,WA 1957
33/7-8 U.S. Navy. Supply Depot. Spokane, WA --closure 1957
33/9a,b U.S. Navy. Tacoma Naval Station --closure 1957
33/10 U.S. Patent Office 1957
U.S. Post Office 1957
Box/Folder
33/11-14 General 1957
33/15 Lowell, WA 1957
33/16 U.S. Public Health Service 1957
U.S. Public Housing Administration 1957
Box/Folder
33/17 General 1957
33/18 Sheridan Park -- Bremerton, WA 1957
33/19 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1957
33/20 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1957
33/21 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1957
34/1 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1957
34/2 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1957
34/3 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1957
34/4 U.S. Small Business Administration 1957
34/5-6 U.S. Social Security Administration 1957
34/7 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1957
34/8-9 U.S. State Department 1957
34/10 U.S. Tariff Commission 1957
34/11 U.S. Treasury Department 1957
1957 1957
U.S. Agriculture Department 1957
Box/Folder
27/27-29 General
28/1 Curly Top Resistant Tomatoes
23/2 Regional Research Lab Proposal
23/3 Wheat Standards
Box/Folder
28/4-10 U.S. Air Force 1957
U.S. Army 1957
Box/Folder
28/11-17 General
28/18-19 Bishop, Dorothy
28/20-21 Girard, William S.
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1957
Box/Folder
28/22-25 General
28/26-27 Rivers and Harbors
29/1 Rivers and Harbors
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1957
Box/Folder
29/2-7 General
29/8-9 Wahluke Slope
29/10-11 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1957
29/12 U.S. Census Bureau 1957
29/13-16 U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration 1957
29/17 U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey 1957
29/18 U.S. Coast Guard 1957
29/19-20 U.S. Commerce Department 1957
29/21 U.S. Customs Bureau 1957
U.S. Defense Department 1957
Box/Folder
29/22-28 General
29/29 Armed Services Civilian Employment Cuts
30/1a,b Seattle Army Terminal
30/2 U.S. Defense Mobilization Office 1957
30/3 U.S. Education Office 1957
30/4 U.S. Executive Department (White HouseStaff) 1957
30/5 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1957
30/6 U.S. Federal Civil DefenseAdministration 1957
30/7 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1957
30/8-10 U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1957
U.S. Federal Power Commission 1957
Box/Folder
30/11a,b-12 General
30/13-15 Natural Gas Rates
30/16 Seattle Boundary Project Licensing Application
30/17 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1957
30/18 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1957
30/19 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1957
U.S. Forest Service 1957
Box/Folder
30/20-21 General
31/1a,b Glacier Peak Wilderness Area
31/2 U.S. General Accounting Office -- AlaskaJunkCompany 1957
U.S. General Services Administration 1957
Box/Folder
31/3-4 General
31/5 National Grange Headquarters Building Relocation
31/6 Seattle Christian School
31/7-3 Seattle Post Office Building
31/9 U.S. Health, Education and WelfareDepartment 1957
31/10 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1957
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1957
Box/Folder
31/11a,b-12a,b General
31/13-14 Quinalt Indian Reservation Timber Sales
31/15 U.S. Indian Claims Commission 1957
31/16 U.S. Interior Department 1957
31/17 U.S. Internal Revenue Service -- FederalFirearmsAct 1957
31/18 U.S. International CooperationAdministration 1957
31/19 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1957
31/20-21 U.S. Justice Department 1957
32/1 U.S. Labor Department 1957
U.S. Land Management Bureau 1957
Box/Folder
32/2-3 General
32/4 Pressentin, E. V.
32/5 U.S. Library of Congress 1957
32/6 U.S. Marine Corps 1957
32/7 U.S. Maritime Commission 1957
32/8 U.S. Mines Bureau 1957
32/9 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1957
U.S. National Park Service 1957
Box/Folder
32/10 General
Mission 66
Box/Folder
32/11 Grand Coulee Dam Recreation Area
32/12-13 Mt. Rainier National Park -- Rockefeller Survey
32/14 Ohanapecosh Cut-off Route
32/15 Sol Duc Hot Springs Pool
32/16 U.S. National Science Foundation 1957
U.S. Navy 1957
Box/Folder
32/17-22 General
33/1 Ellensburg Retraining Center Proposal
33/2 Segregation Policy
33/3a,b-6 U.S. Navy. Ammunition Depot. Willapa Harbor,WA 1957
33/7-8 U.S. Navy. Supply Depot. Spokane, WA --closure 1957
33/9a,b U.S. Navy. Tacoma Naval Station --closure 1957
33/10 U.S. Patent Office 1957
U.S. Post Office 1957
Box/Folder
33/11-14 General
33/15 Lowell, WA
33/16 U.S. Public Health Service 1957
U.S. Public Housing Administration 1957
Box/Folder
33/17 General
33/18 Sheridan Park -- Bremerton, WA
33/19 U.S. Public Roads Administration 1957
33/20 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1957
33/21 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1957
34/1 U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1957
34/2 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1957
34/3 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1957
34/4 U.S. Small Business Administration 1957
34/5-6 U.S. Social Security Administration 1957
34/7 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1957
34/8-9 U.S. State Department 1957
34/10 U.S. Tariff Commission 1957
34/11 U.S. Treasury Department 1957
1958 1958
U.S. Agriculture Department 1958
Box/Folder
34/12-14 General 1958
34/15 Brucellosis Eradication Program 1958
39/16 P. L. 480 Program 1958
Box/Folder
34/17a,b-19a,b-20 U.S. Air Force 1958
35/1 U.S. Air Force 1958
U.S. Army 1958
Box/Folder
35/2-6 General. 1958
35/7 Bankers Life and Casualty 1958
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1958
Box/Folder
35/8-9 General 1958
35/10-11 Proposed Edmonds Marina -- petitions 1958
35/12-14 Rivers and Harbors 1958
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1958
Box/Folder
35/15-17 General 1958
35/18 Butcher, L. H. 1958
35/19 Hanford Reactors 1958
36/1 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1958
36/2 U.S. Census Bureau 1958
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board 1958
Box/Folder
36/3-4 General 1958
36/5-7 Northwest Local Air Service 1958
36/8 Tacoma Airport 1958
36/9 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1958
36/10 U.S. Coast Guard 1958
36/11 U.S. Commerce Department 1958
36/12 U.S. Community Facilities Administration 1958
36/13 U.S. Customs Bureau 1958
U.S. Defense Department 1958
Box/Folder
36/14-16a,b General 1958
36/18 General 1958
36/19 Labor Surplus Areas -- governmental contracts 1958
36/20 Submersible Offshore Missile Launching Platforms 1958
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office 1958
Box/Folder
36/21 General 1958
37/1 Low Grade Chromium Conversion 1958
37/2 U.S. Education Office 1958
37/3a,b U.S. Employees Compensation Bureau 1958
37/4 U.S. Executive Department (White HouseStaff) 1958
37/5 U.S. Export-Import Bank 1958
37/6 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1958
37/7 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1958
37/8 U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board 1958
37/9-10a,b U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1958
U.S. Federal Power Commission 1958
Box/Folder
37/11 General 1958
37/12 Snohomish County -- Sultan River Project 1958
37/13 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1958
37/14 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1958
37/15 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1958
U.S. Forest Service 1958
Box/Folder
37/16-17 General 1958
37/18 Glacier Peak Wilderness Area 1958
37/19 Lewis River Access Problem 1958
37/20-21 Timber Sales Program 1958
37/22 U.S. General Accounting Office 1958
U.S. General Services Administration 1958
Box/Folder
38/1a,b-3 General 1958
33/4 Camp Hayden Disposal 1958
38/5 Kaiser Closure 1958
38/3 Renton Highlands Housing Disposal 1958
38/7 U.S. Army. Engineers Corps. Depot. Pasco, WA -- disposal 1958
38/8 U.S. Government Printing Office 1958
38/9 U.S. Health, Education and WelfareDepartment 1958
38/10 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1958
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1958
Box/Folder
38/11-13 General 1958
38/14-15 Gilbert, Elon (lease) 1958
38/16 Quinalt Timber Problem 1958
38/17 Wapato Satus Project 1958
38/18 U.S. Information Agency 1958
U.S. Interior Department 1958
Box/Folder
38/19a,b-20 General 1958
38/21a,b Long-Range Mineral Program 1958
38/22 Matenuska Valley Lines 1958
39/1-4 U.S. Internal Revenue Department 1958
U.S. International CooperationAdministration 1958
Box/Folder
39/5-8 Roslyn-Cle Elum Coal Mines 1958
39/9 State 1958
39/10 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1958
39/11-12 U.S. Justice Department 1958
39/13-14 U.S. Labor Department 1958
U.S. Land Management Bureau 1958
Box/Folder
39/15 General 1958
39/16 Rawson (Fred B.) Claim 1958
39/17 U.S. Library of Congress 1958
39/18 U.S. Marine Corps 1958
39/19 U.S. Maritime Commission 1958
39/20 U.S. National Archives and RecordsService 1958
39/21 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1958
U.S. National Park Service 1958
Box/Folder
39/22-23 General 1958
39/24 Mission 66 -- Pt. Rainier National Park -- Rockefeller Survey 1958
39/25 Olympic National Park Strip Road -- Neah Bay to LaPush 1958
39/26 U.S. National Science Foundation 1958
U.S. Navy 1958
Box/Folder
39/27-30 General 1958
40/1-5 General 1958
40/6 Ault Field (Whidbey Island, WA) 1958
40/7 Pacific Northwest Ammunition Depot 1958
40/8 Sixth Fleet Visit 1958
40/9-11 Wage Fixing -- Puget Sound Naval Shipyard 1958
40/12-17 U.S. Post Office Department 1958
40/18 U.S. Public Health Service 1958
40/19 U.S. Public Housing Administration 1958
U.S. Public Roads Bureau 1958
Box/Folder
40/20 General 1958
40/21 Lewis and Clark Highway 1958
40/22 Second Lake Washington Bridge 1958
41/1 U.S. Railroad Retirement Board 1958
U.S. Reclamation Bureau 1958
Box/Folder
41/2-4 General 1958
41/5-6 Columbia Basin Project 1958
41/7 Grand Coulee Dam Lighting 1958
41/8 U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration 1958
41/9 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission 1958
41/10-11 U.S. Small Business Administration 1958
41/12 U.S. Soil Conservation Service 1958
U.S. State Department 1958
Box/Folder
41/13-18 General 1958
41/19 Aluminum Industry 1958
41/20 Neff, A. L. -- Second International Amateur Boxing Tournament 1958
U.S. Tariff Commission 1958
Box/Folder
41/21-22 General 1958
41/23-25 Processed Shingles Importation 1958
42/1 U.S. Treasury Department 1958
42/2 U.S. Veterans Administration 1958
1958 1958
U.S. Agriculture Department 1958
Box/Folder
34/12-14 General
34/15 Brucellosis Eradication Program
39/16 P. L. 480 Program
Box/Folder
34/17a,b-19a,b-20 U.S. Air Force 1958
35/1 U.S. Air Force 1958
U.S. Army 1958
Box/Folder
35/2-6 General.
35/7 Bankers Life and Casualty
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps 1958
Box/Folder
35/8-9 General
35/10-11 Proposed Edmonds Marina -- petitions
35/12-14 Rivers and Harbors
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 1958
Box/Folder
35/15-17 General
35/18 Butcher, L. H.
35/19 Hanford Reactors
36/1 U.S. Bonneville Power Administration 1958
36/2 U.S. Census Bureau 1958
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board 1958
Box/Folder
36/3-4 General
36/5-7 Northwest Local Air Service
36/8 Tacoma Airport
36/9 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1958
36/10 U.S. Coast Guard 1958
36/11 U.S. Commerce Department 1958
36/12 U.S. Community Facilities Administration 1958
36/13 U.S. Customs Bureau 1958
U.S. Defense Department 1958
Box/Folder
36/14-16a,b General
36/18 General
36/19 Labor Surplus Areas -- governmental contracts
36/20 Submersible Offshore Missile Launching Platforms
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office 1958
Box/Folder
36/21 General
37/1 Low Grade Chromium Conversion
37/2 U.S. Education Office 1958
37/3a,b U.S. Employees Compensation Bureau 1958
37/4 U.S. Executive Department (White HouseStaff) 1958
37/5 U.S. Export-Import Bank 1958
37/6 U.S. Farmers Home Administration 1958
37/7 U.S. Federal Communications Commission 1958
37/8 U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board 1958
37/9-10a,b U.S. Federal Housing Administration 1958
U.S. Federal Power Commission 1958
Box/Folder
37/11 General
37/12 Snohomish County -- Sultan River Project
37/13 U.S. Federal Trade Commission 1958
37/14 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1958
37/15 U.S. Food and Drug Administration 1958
U.S. Forest Service 1958
Box/Folder
37/16-17 General
37/18 Glacier Peak Wilderness Area
37/19 Lewis River Access Problem
37/20-21 Timber Sales Program
37/22 U.S. General Accounting Office 1958
U.S. General Services Administration 1958
Box/Folder
38/1a,b-3 General
33/4 Camp Hayden Disposal
38/5 Kaiser Closure
38/3 Renton Highlands Housing Disposal
38/7 U.S. Army. Engineers Corps. Depot. Pasco, WA -- disposal
38/8 U.S. Government Printing Office 1958
38/9 U.S. Health, Education and WelfareDepartment 1958
38/10 U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency 1958
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau 1958
Box/Folder
38/11-13 General
38/14-15 Gilbert, Elon (lease)
38/16 Quinalt Timber Problem
38/17 Wapato Satus Project
38/18 U.S. Information Agency 1958
U.S. Interior Department 1958
Box/Folder
38/19a,b-20 General
38/21a,b Long-Range Mineral Program
38/22 Matenuska Valley Lines
39/1-4 U.S. Internal Revenue Department 1958
U.S. International CooperationAdministration 1958
Box/Folder
39/5-8 Roslyn-Cle Elum Coal Mines
39/9 State
39/10 U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission 1958
39/11-12 U.S. Justice Department 1958
39/13-14 U.S. Labor Department 1958
U.S. Land Management Bureau 1958
Box/Folder
39/15 General
39/16 Rawson (Fred B.) Claim
39/17 U.S. Library of Congress 1958
39/18 U.S. Marine Corps 1958
39/19 U.S. Maritime Commission 1958
39/20 U.S. National Archives and RecordsService 1958
39/21 U.S. National Labor Relations Board 1958
U.S. National Park Service 1958
Box/Folder
39/22-23 General
39/24 Mission 66 -- Pt. Rainier National Park -- Rockefeller Survey