Guide to the Walter M. Pierce papers
1888-1969

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Creator: Pierce, Walter Marcus, 1861-1954
Title: Walter M. Pierce papers
Dates: 1888-1969 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 89.25 linear feet (89 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 068
Summary: Collection consists of correspondence, speeches, reports, photographs and material covering U.S. and Northwest history and politics. A major portion details Pierce's involvement with New Deal programs. The papers deal with agriculture, irrigation and land reclamation, public ownership, forest management, and the development of hydroelectric power. There are substantial files on the Civilian Conservation Corps, Public Works Administration and Works Progress Administration, files on significant government issues and minority groups. The subject files contain pamphlets and material on pertinent topics, speech files, bills introduced by Pierce, a newspaper clippings file, personal and estate papers, and drafts of Pierce's memoirs.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

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

Historical Note

Walter M. Pierce was U. S. Congressman for Oregon's Second District from 1933 to 1943, during Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration. Previously he served as Governor of Oregon from 1923 to 1927. An active member of the Democratic Party, Pierce was essentially a Populist by inclination. He was an enthusiastic supporter of Roosevelt and the New Deal federal relief and regulatory programs, and an ardent proponent of public-owned and operated power facilities. His involvement with the national legislative process occurred at a crucial point of American history, the Depression and pre-World War II era, and his papers document the complex issues and trends of the times.

Born on a farm in Grundy County, Illinois on May 30, 1861, to Charles and Charlotte Clapp Pierce, Walter Pierce experienced what was at that time considered a typical rural boyhood. He attended local country schools, enjoyed public gatherings where politics, religion and philosophy were debated, and participated in such fraternal organizations as the Grange and the Masonic Ledge. His nativist outlook and Anglo-Saxon oriented goals and values, engendered by these early associations, remained with him throughout his life, occasionally conflicting with his usually progressive and individual-rights oriented policies.

Pierce began his career as a school teacher at age 17. Upon the advice of a physician who informed him that he had tuberculosis, Pierce moved west three years later in search of a drier climate. He eventually settled near Walla Walla, Washington. The townspeople of Milton, Oregon, spotted him at work at a nearby ranch and selected him to be their school teacher on the basis of his size; they had some "big boys" who needed to be "licked into shape." His desire to keep these "big boys" sober and receptive to education involved Pierce in his first political fight, driving saloons out of Milton. He was successful; hence the creation of the neighboring town of Freewater, where saloons could operate. Perhaps this success inspired Pierce to enter politics. At the age of 25, he was elected Superintendent of Schools for Umatilla County, a position he held from 1886 to 1890. He was less successful in his next attempt to influence public policy and practice. During his term as Umatilla County Clerk, 1890 to 1894, he joined forces with East Oregonian editor Sam Jackson to end the tyranny of the machine age by driving telephones out of Pendleton. The crusade failed.

Pierce entered state politics in 1903, when he was elected to his first two-year term as State Senator. He served for two additional terms between 1917 and 1921. During his years in office, he made the acquaintance of Jonathan Bourne, William S. U'Ren and other Progressive leaders, and thus became involved in the movement to establish direct election of Senators, and the initiative, referendum and recall options. These measures were designed to give the citizenry a far more direct voice in the operation of what was at that time one of the more notably corrupt state governments. The successful implementation of these options was widely acclaimed as the "Oregon system."

When he was not holding political office (although he always maintained political connections), Pierce practiced law and involved himself in a number of business ventures. He bought several farms, raised cattle and sheep, established a sanatorium at Hot Lake in Union County, acquired some mining interests and owned and operated a private power company in the La Grande area, among other things. He had married Clara Rudio, a former pupil, in June 1887; she died after giving birth to their first child, also Clara, in 1890. Pierce married his first wife's sister, Laura, in 1893 and they had a son, Loyd, and four daughters, Lucille, Helen, Edith and Lorraine.

In 1922, after completing his third term as State Senator, Pierce campaigned for the governorship against the incumbent, Ben Olcott. The election centered on the issue of public tax support for private schools (i.e. Catholic parochial schools), and Pierce won the election by opposing such support. He strongly believed in creating American citizens through the "melting pot" effect of public schools. The Ku Klux Klan, a major force in the anti-Catholic movement and influential in Oregon at the time, endorsed Pierce for the governorship. He tacitly accepted and used the connection. With Pierce's support, the 1923 Oregon legislature did indeed pass the "School Bill," denying public tax monies to parochial schools, but the legislation was overturned on appeal to the Supreme Court.

Pierce served as Oregon's governor for only one term. He was not particularly successful in obtaining support for his legislation and programs, and he was plagued with animosity from groups displeased with his unresponsiveness to their requests for patronage favors. The Ku Klux Klan, to whom he nay have owed his election, instituted recall proceedings against him on this basis. In addition, he antagonized big business owners and managers (predominantly lumber, liquor and private utility interests) by attempting to curb their free-wheeling activities and substantial profits. Something of a visionary, Pierce proposed a number of programs which were enacted at a later date, but were not acceptable or popular at the time. One of these proposals was a graduated income tax to supplement property tax revenues and remove some of the tax burden from the farms to industry.

Defeated in his bid for re-election in 1926, and suffering from the death of his second wife following a lingering illness in 1925, Pierce retired to his Grande Ronde farm. In 1928, he married for the third time, to Cornelia Marvin, Oregon State Librarian. She was highly respected in her own right for her efforts in organizing and developing Oregon's nationally recognized state library system, and she was to prove a valuable partner and ally in Pierce's legislative career as well. Pierce had lost most of his money by this time; his business ventures had ended unsuccessfully and his farms were heavily mortgaged. Cornelia Pierce bought one farm from him, and later bought hack much of the Grande Ronde farm after it had been foreclosed. But at the age of 71, Pierce's most productive years were still ahead of him.

In 1931, the Pierces campaigned for his election as U. S. Congressman from Oregon's Second District (eastern Oregon). This was a last-ditch attempt to provide a steady source of income and to continue Pierce's political involvement. The campaign was successful, providing the Pierces with the opportunity to participate in the development and implementation of Roosevelt's New Deal programs. Pierce became a member of the House Committee on Agriculture, the Special Committee on Forestry, and he was deeply involved in the development of public hydroelectric power, particularly the Bonneville Dam and other Columbia River projects. He was an active supporter of labor and the many economic and social welfare programs created during the post-Depression period, and energetically introduced and supported legislation in these areas. Cornelia Pierce served as his office manager, secretary and frontline defense; much of the correspondence from her explains or defends her husband's actions and views. It was a busy and productive ten years.

Pierce's final defeat for the congressional position in 1942 was a bitter blow, and was probably due to his age (81). He and Cornelia retired to her farm in Eola, Oregon. He then wrote his memoirs and gave occasional speeches. Both Walter and Cornelia became involved with the anti-Japanese movement during World War II, which received impetus from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, but existed long before. Japanese truck farmers had proven amazingly successful in many areas of Oregon (notably Hood River and Malheur Counties) and the economic competition they provided, along with their increasing numbers, threatened local residents. The Pierces were sympathetic to the fear of Japanese "takeover" and apparently remained undisturbed by the contradiction between their usual strung individual-rights orientation and their desire to deport even U. S.-born Japanese. They firmly believed the Japanese culture was antipathetic to true "Americanism."

An unfortunate family dispute over property occurred during the Pierces' last years together. In 1943, Pierce's daughters had him sign a will bequeathing his interest in the Grande Ronde and Sand Ridge farms to them, even though Cornelia had purchased both farms and owned them in her name only. In 1948, Cornelia discovered the will and confronted her husband, who burned it and agreed that he had no title to the property and no right to bequeath it. The relationship between Walter and Cornelia remained warm, but estrangement developed between Cornelia and the Pierce daughters. They sued Cornelia for a portion of her farm holdings after Pierce's death. The case remained in litigation for several years, and was finally decided in Cornelia's favor the day after her death.

Pierce was faithfully nursed by Cornelia in her Eola farm home through his last years of illness and incapacity, even though he frequently lapsed into comas. He died March 27, 1954, to be followed by Cornelia three years later (February 12, 1957). As he so frequently stated, he had thoroughly enjoyed his career and opportunities, and his contributions spanned a time of vast change.

Source: Bone, Arthur H., editor, Oregon Cattleman/Governor/Congressman: Memoirs and Times of Walter M. Pierce, Oregon Historical Society, 1981 (Oregon Collection F 881 .P524)

Content Description

The Walter M. Pierce Papers span the first half of the 20th century and are comprised of correspondence, speeches, reports and related material covering U. S., and particularly Pacific Northwest, history and politics. A major portion of the collection documents Pierce's involvement in the first ten years of the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration, providing detailed, ongoing accounts of the implementation and operation of New Deal economic and social welfare programs and their impact on Pierce's constituency and peers. The Papers are especially rich in the areas of agriculture, irrigation and land reclamation, public ownership and development of hydroelectric power, Columbia River development and forest management. There are substantial files on such Depression-era federal programs as the Civilian Conservation Corps, Public Works Administration and Works Progress Administration (emphasizing the Northwest); information on the situations and problems of minority groups, including Black Americans, Indians (Native Americans), Catholics, Jews and Japanese; and files on significant issues, i.e. national defense, transportation, aviation, Communism, the Supreme Court during the Roosevelt administration, economics and natural resources. The extended subject files on war document sentiments of U. S. citizens regarding World War II, and whether or not the U. S. should join the war in Europe. It also contains correspondence concerning Japan's December 1941 attack on the U. S. Naval Base in Pearl Harbor and the period immediately following.

Earlier correspondence in the Pierce Papers covers Pierce's years as State Senator and Governor in Oregon, the establishment of the "Oregon system" of direct popular government, and the various events and personalities that comprised the Oregon political scene after the turn-of-the century.

In addition to the correspondence files, there are subject files containing pamphlets and printed material on pertinent topics, speech files, bills introduced by Pierce into the national legislature, a newspaper clippings file, personal and estate papers, and drafts of Pierce's memoirs, with associated materials used in the biography of Pierce edited by Arthur Bone, Oregon Cattleman/Governor/Congressman: Memoirs and Times of Walter M. Pierce, Oregon Historical Society, 1981.

The photographs in the collection include 153 images, primarily personal snapshots of Pierce and his third wife, Cornelia Marvin Pierce, librarian of the Oregon State Library. Box 1 includes small prints and negatives. Box 2 is medium prints and a daguerreotype. Box 3 includes oversize prints.

The Pierce Papers, as currently arranged, are in actuality a combination of two separate collections. One set of papers was donated to the University of Oregon Library in 1942 and 1943 by Cornelia Marvin Pierce. It was designed to cover Pierce's congressional years during the Roosevelt administration and was comprised of the Pierce congressional office files. The second set of papers, containing primarily materials from Pierce's years in Oregon and local politics, was originally given to the Oregon State Library in Salem (also by Cornelia Pierce), but was transferred to the University of Oregon in 1979. The two collections have now been incorporated in order to reflect Pierce's entire career.

The papers initially donated to the University of Oregon Library in the 1940's arrived with subject headings, instructions and a designated arrangement from Cornelia Pierce, which maintained the organization of the files as they were used by the Pierces in Washington D. C. If this original classification system survives at all, it is only evident in the extended subject files (correspondence on special issues) and the legislative bill file. Over the years, a variety of people have handled the Papers, and five or six different staff members have made abortive attempts to reorganize them, thus confusing any original order. Also, a Pierce family member apparently donated more papers in the late 1940's or early 1950's, which were incorporated into the University's collection. The current arrangement of these files is a completion of processing efforts begun by other staff members, an attempt to restore whatever internal structure and order can still be perceived, and an amplification of the contents of the collection for easier access with a folder-by-folder listing.

The second set of papers, transferred to the University from the Oregon State Library, overlapped extensively with the University's collection. Although it did contain far more early correspondence, it also included much material from Pierce's congressional years. The State Library collection was the primary source for Arthur Bone's biography of Pierce and thus the collection arrived housed in envelopes identified by Bone and arranged according to his needs in structuring and writing his book. In incorporating this material with the papers already owned by the University of Oregon, the Bone arrangement was dismantled. The correspondence was filed chronologically and other materials were separated into their own series (i.e. Speech files and Personal papers) or combined with the appropriate subject-oriented files in the University collection. The multiple system of filing correspondence, while not ideal since it separates related materials, may be of some use to the researcher since it provides both chronological and subject access into the data.

The danger of subject entries, of course, is that one item may need to be filed in several places, as it covers more than one topic. Unfortunately, the size of the Pierce collection precludes more than the most cursory cross-referencing. It also precludes a correspondence name index.

Researchers using the Pierce Papers would be well-advised to take careful note of the inventory. Not only may material pertinent to a specific topic be filed in several different series, but within each subject-entry system there may be several headings relevant to a particular topic. (For example, regarding the anti-Japanese issue, material may be found in subject-organized correspondence under "Aliens," in the subject/issues files under that heading and also "Race conflict--anti-Japanese movement," in the Speech files under "Japanese issue," etc. Relevant correspondence also appears in the chronological correspondence files as early as 1910.) Cross-referencing has been attempted on a limited basis, but the inventory itself should be viewed as the best source of access.

This organization of the Pierce Papers is an attempt to arrange and describe two different collections that, although overlapping in content, have been divided for many years and have experienced different archival treatment. Though difficulties were encountered, accessibility should be enhanced by the partial interfiling of the two sets of papers, chronological arrangement of letters within each series, and the folder-by-folder listing of the entire collection.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

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

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

Restrictions on Use :  

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

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

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

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

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Walter M. Pierce Papers, Coll 068, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Series: Chronological correspondence files
  • Series: Subject-oriented correspondence files
    • Subseries: Aliens
    • Subseries: Aviation
    • Subseries: Birth Control
    • Subseries: Civilian Conservatin Corps
    • Subseries: Communism
    • Subseries: Courts--Supreme Court
    • Subseries: Defense
    • Subseries: Forests and Forestry
    • Subseries: Indians
    • Subseries: Labor
    • Subseries: Lumber trade
    • Subseries: Old age pensions
    • Subseries: Peace
    • Subseries: Public Works Administration
    • Subseries: Transportation
    • Subseries: Works Progress Administration
  • Series: Subject/issues files
    • Subseries: Elections
    • Subseries: Legislative bills
    • Subseries: Oregon Legislature
    • Subseries: Race conflict
    • Subseries: Tax materials
  • Series: Extended subject files; Agricultre
    • Subseries: Farm credit and relief programs
    • Subseries: Farm Security Administration
    • Subseries: Agricultrual legislation
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, dairy products
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, drought
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, fruit and nuts
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, grazing
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, livestock
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, potatoes
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, sugar
    • Subseries: Special issues and commodities, wheat
  • Series: Extended subject files; Irrigation
    • Subseries: General correspondence
    • Subseries: National Reclamation Association
    • Subseries: Columbia Basin Project
    • Subseries: Irrigation and hydroelectric power
    • Subseries: Oregon irrigation reservoirs
    • Subseries: Oregon irrigation districts
  • Series: Extended subject files; Columbia River improvement and development
    • Subseries: Umatilla Dam project
  • Series: Extended subject files; Power
    • Subseries: Power issues, general, including public vs. private power
    • Subseries: Power issues in the West, including public vs. private power
    • Subseries: Power, regional issues
    • Subseries: Public vs. private power, special aspects
    • Subseries: Federal regulation of private power companies
    • Subseries: Columbia Valley Authority
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, legislative bills establishing: correspondence, reports, notes
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, appropriations bills
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, general correspondence
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, general
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, correspondence with specific individuals
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, special aspects
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, industries, general
    • Subseries: Bonneville Dam, aluminum industry
    • Subseries: Oregon Public Utility districts
    • Subseries: Oregon private utilities
    • Subseries: Oregon municipal power companies
    • Subseries: Official Stenographer's Report...
    • Subseries: Rural Electrification Administration
  • Series: Extended subject files; war (World War II)
    • Subseries: General correspondence
    • Subseries: War, special guests
    • Subseries: Oregon defense projects, proposed
    • Subseries: Pamphlets and printed letters
  • Series: Legislative bill file
    • Subseries: 73rd Congress
    • Subseries: 74th Congress
    • Subseries: 75th Congress
    • Subseries: 76th Congress
    • Subseries: 77th Congress
  • Series: Speech files
    • Subseries: Agriculture
    • Subseries: Democratice party
    • Subseries: Power
  • Series: Personal papers Walter M. Pierce estate
    • Subseries: Correspondence
    • Subseries: Walter M. Pierce autobiography and writings
    • Subseries: Pierce biographical materials and sources
    • Subseries: Walter M. Pierce funeral materials
    • Subseries: Pierce diaries and datebooks
    • Subseries: Pierce business materials
    • Subseries: Personal miscellany
  • Series: Miscellaneous volumes
    • Subseries: Theses regarding the "Oregon System"
    • Subseries: Account books and ledgers
    • Subseries: Scrapbooks
  • Series: Recordings
  • Series: Newspaper clipping files
    • Subseries: Appointments and dismissals
    • Subseries: Boards of Control
    • Subseries: Bribery charges
    • Subseries: Campaigns
    • Subseries: Cartoons, political
    • Subseries: Farm problems
    • Subseries: Forests
    • Subseries: Governorship years
    • Subseries: Grange
    • Subseries: Highway commission
    • Subseries: Hydro-electric power
    • Subseries: Inauguration
    • Subseries: Irrigation projects
    • Subseries: Law enforcement
    • Subseries: Legislature, miscellaneous
    • Subseries: Oregon history
    • Subseries: Pardons-penitentiary
    • Subseries: Personal triumphs and tragedies
    • Subseries: Politics
    • Subseries: Press(politics)
    • Subseries: Primaries: Voting abstracts and associated information
    • Subseries: Prohibition
    • Subseries: Recall
    • Subseries: Schools
    • Subseries: State government
    • Subseries: State instiutions
    • Subseries: Taxes
    • Subseries: Miscellaneous
  • Series: Pierce memoirs and biography files
  • Series: Photographs

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by C.R. and Megan Dazey.

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


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series:  Chronological correspondence files, 1888-1958
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 2 1888-1890, 1895-1897, 1900 1888-1890, 1895-1897, 1900
1 3 1901, Jan.-Oct. January 1901-October 1901
1 4 1901, Nov.-Dec. November 1901-December 1901
1 5 1902, Jan.-Mar. January 1902-March 1902
1 6 1902, Apr.-Dec. April 1902-December 1902
1 7 1903-1908 1903-1908
1 8 1910-1916 1910-1916
1 9 1917, Jan. 1-24 January 1, 1917-January 24, 1917
1 10 1917, Jan. 25-31 January 25, 1917-January 31, 1917
1 11 1917, Feb. February 1917
1 12 1917, Mar.-May March 1917-May 1917
1 13 1917, June-Dec. June 1917-December 1917
1 14 1918, Jan.-June January 1918-June 1918
1 15 1918, July-Sept. July 1918-September 1918
1 16 1918, Oct. October 1918
1 17 1918, Nov.-Dec. November 1918-December 1918
1 18 1919, Jan.-Mar. January 1919-March 1919
1 19 1919, Apr.-Dec. April 1919-December 1919
1 20 1920 1920
1 21 1921 1921
1 22 1922, Jan.-Apr. January 1922-April 1922
1 23 1922, May-June May 1922-June 1922
1 24 1922, July-Dec. July 1922-December 1922
1 25 1923, Jan. January 1923
1 26 1923, Feb. February 1923
2 1 1923, Mar. March 1923
2 2 1923, Apr. April 1923
2 3 1923, May May 1923
2 4 1923, June-July June 1923-July 1923
2 5 1923, Aug. August 1923
2 6 1923, Sept. September 1923
2 7 1923, Oct. October 1923
2 8 1923, Nov. 1-14 November 1, 1923-November 14, 1923
2 9 1923, Nov. 15-30 November 15, 1923-November 30, 1923
2 10 1923, Dec. December 1923
2 11 1924, Jan. January 1924
2 12 1924, Feb. February 1924
2 13 1924, Mar.-Apr. March 1924-April 1924
2 14 1924, May-July May 1924-July 1924
2 15 1924, Aug.-Oct. August 1924-October 1924
2 16 1924, Nov.-Dec. November 1924-December 1924
2 17 1925, Jan.-Feb. January 1925-February 1925
2 18 1925, Mar.-Apr. March 1925-April 1925
2 19 1925, May-June May 1925-June 1925
2 20 1925, July-Aug. July 1925-August 1925
2 21 1925, Sept.-Oct. September 1925-October 1925
3 1 1925, Nov. November 1925
3 2 1925, Dec. December 1925
3 3 1926, Jan. January 1926
3 4 1926, Feb. 1-15 February 1, 1926-February 15, 1926
3 5 1926, Feb. 16-28 February 16, 1926-February 28, 1926
3 6 1926, Mar. March 1926
3 7 1926, Apr. April 1926
3 8 1926, May-June May 1926-June 1926
3 9 1926, July-Aug. July 1926-August 1926
3 10 1926, Sept. September 1926
3 11 1926, Oct. October 1926
3 12 1926, Nov. November 1926
3 13 1926, Dec. December 1926
3 14 1926, Dec., Christmas cards and letters December 1926
3 15 1926 1926
3 16 1927 1927
3 17 1928 1928
3 18 1929 1929
3 19 1930, Jan.-Apr. January 1930-April 1930
3 20 1930, May-June May 1930-June 1930
3 21 1930, July-Aug. July 1930-August 1930
3 22 1930, Sept.-Dec. September 1930-December 1930
4 1 1931, Jan.-Mar. January 1931-March 1931
4 2 1931, Apr.-June April 1931-June 1931
4 3 1931, July-Dec. July 1931-December 1931
4 4 1932, Jan.-Apr. January 1932-April 1932
4 5 1932, May-June May 1932-June 1932
4 6 1932, July-Sept. July 1932-September 1932
4 7 1932, Oct. October 1932
4 8 1932, Nov. 1-12 November 1, 1932-November 12, 1932
4 9 1932, Nov. 13-20 November 13, 1932-November 20, 1932
4 10 1932, Nov. 21-30 November 21, 1932-November 30, 1932
4 11 1932, Dec. December 1932
4 12 1932 1932
4 13 1933, Jan. January 1933
4 14 1933, Feb. February 1933
4 15 1933, Mar. 1-14 March 1, 1933-March 14, 1933
4 16 1933, Mar. 15-31 March 15, 1933-March 31, 1933
4 17 1933, Apr. 1-12 April 1, 1933-April 12, 1933
4 18 1933, Apr. 13-19 April 13, 1933-April 19, 1933
4 19 1933, Apr. 20-30 April 20, 1933-April 30, 1933
4 20 1933, May 1-10 May 1, 1933-May 10, 1933
4 21 1933, May 11-31 May 11, 1933-May 31, 1933
4 22 1933, June June 1933
5 1 1933, July July 1933
5 2 1933, Aug. August 1933
5 3 1933, Sept. September 1933
5 4 1933, Oct. 1-14 October 1, 1933-October 14, 1933
5 5 1933, Oct. 15-31 October 15, 1933-October 31, 1933
5 6 1933, Nov. 1-11 November 1, 1933-November 11, 1933
5 7 1933, Nov. 12-30 November 12, 1933-November 30, 1933
5 8 1933, Dec. December 1933
5 9 1934, Jan. 1-19 January 1, 1934-January 19, 1934
5 10 1934, Jan. 20-31 January 20, 1934-January 31, 1934
5 11 1934, Feb. 1-13 February 1, 1934-February 13, 1934
5 12 1934, Feb. 14-28 February 14, 1934-February 28, 1934
5 13 1934, Mar. 1-10 March 1, 1934-March 10, 1934
5 14 1934, Mar. 12-20 March 12, 1934-March 20, 1934
5 15 1934, Mar. 21-31 March 21, 1934-March 31, 1934
5 16 1934, Apr. 1-17 April 1, 1934-April 17, 1934
5 17 1934, Apr. 18-30 April 18, 1934-April 30, 1934
5 18 1934, May 1-8 May 1, 1934-May 8, 1934
5 19 1934, May 9-19 May 9, 1934-May 19, 1934
5 20 1934, May 20-31 May 20, 1934-May 31, 1934
6 1 1934, June 1-13 June 1, 1934-June 13, 1934
6 2 1934, June 14-30 June 14, 1934-June 30, 1934
6 3 1934, July 1-15 July 1, 1934-July 15, 1934
6 4 1934, July 16-31 July 16, 1934-July 31, 1934
6 5 1934, Aug. 1-14 August 1, 1934-August 14, 1934
6 6 1934, Aug. 15-22 August 15, 1934-August 22, 1934
6 7 1934, Aug. 23-31 August 23, 1934-August 31, 1934
6 8 1934, Sept. 1-9 September 1, 1934-September 9, 1934
6 9 1934, Sept. 10-18 September 10, 1934-September 18, 1934
6 10 Sept.19-30 September 19, 1934-September 30, 1934
6 11 1934, Oct. 1-6 October 1, 1934-October 6, 1934
6 12 1934, Oct. 7-12 October 7, 1934-October 12, 1934
6 13 1934, Oct. 13-20 October 13, 1934-October 20, 1934
6 14 1934, Oct. 21-24 October 21, 1934-October 24, 1934
6 15 1934, Oct. 25-28 October 25, 1934-October 28, 1934
6 16 1934, Oct. 29-31 October 29, 1934-October 31, 1934
6 17 1934, Nov. 1-6 November 1, 1934-November 6, 1934
6 18 1934, Nov. 7 November 7, 1934
6 19 1934, Nov. 8-9 November 8, 1934-November 9, 1934
6 20 1934, Nov. 10-15 November 10, 1934-November 15, 1934
6 21 1934, Nov. 16-20 November 16, 1934-November 20, 1934
6 22 1934, Nov. 21-30 November 21, 1934-November 30, 1934
6 23 1934, Dec. December 1934
7 1 1935, Jan. 1-16 January 1, 1935-January 16, 1935
7 2 1935, Jan. 17-31 January 17, 1935-January 31, 1935
7 3 1935, Feb. 1-19 February 1, 1935-February 19, 1935
7 4 1935, Feb. 20-28 February 20, 1935-February 28, 1935
7 5 1935, Mar. 1-15 March 1, 1935-March 15, 1935
7 6 1935, Mar. 16-31 March 16, 1935-March 31, 1935
7 7 1935, Apr. 1-18 April 1, 1935-April 18, 1935
7 8 1935, Apr. 19-30 April 19, 1935-April 30, 1935
7 9 1935, May 1-18 May 1, 1935-May 18, 1935
7 10 1935, May 19-31 May 19, 1935-May 31, 1935
7 11 1935, June June 1935
7 12 1935, July 1-14 July 1, 1935-July 14, 1935
7 13 1935, July 15-31 July 15, 1935-July 31, 1935
7 14 1935, Aug. 1-14 August 1, 1935-August 14, 1935
7 15 1935, Aug. 15-31 August 15, 1935-August 31, 1935
7 16 1935, Sept. 4-17 September 4, 1935-September 17, 1935
7 17 1935, Sept. 18-30 September 18, 1935-September 30, 1935
7 18 1935, Oct. 1-16 October 1, 1935-October 16, 1935
7 19 1935, Oct. 17-30 October 17, 1935-October 30, 1935
7 20 1935, Nov. 1-13 November 1, 1935-November 13, 1935
7 21 1935, Nov. 14-30 November 14, 1935-November 30, 1935
7 22 1935, Dec. 2-23 December 2, 1935-December 23, 1935
7 23 1935, Dec. 24-31 December 24, 1935-December 31, 1935
8 1 1936, Jan. 1-15 January 1, 1936-January 15, 1936
8 2 1936, Jan. 16-31 January 16, 1936-January 31, 1936
8 3 1936, Feb. 1-16 February 1, 1936-February 16, 1936
8 4 1936, Feb. 17-29 February 17, 1936-February 29, 1936
8 5 1936, Mar. 1-17 March 1, 1936-March 17, 1936
8 6 1936, Mar. 18-31 March 18, 1936-March 31, 1936
8 7 1936, Apr. 1-6 April 1, 1936-April 6, 1936
8 8 1936, Apr. 7-19 April 7, 1936-April 19, 1936
8 9 1936, Apr. 20-30 April 20, 1936-April 30, 1936
8 10 1936, May 1-10 May 1, 1936-May 10, 1936
8 11 1936, May 11-24 May 11, 1936-May 24, 1936
8 12 1936, May 25-31 May 25, 1936-May 31, 1936
8 13 1936, June 1-11 June 1, 1936-June 11, 1936
8 14 1936, June 12-30 June 12, 1936-June 30, 1936
8 15 1936, July 1-17 July 1, 1936-July 17, 1936
8 16 1936, July 18-30 July 18, 1936-July 30, 1936
8 17 1936, Aug. 1-18 August 1, 1936-August 18, 1936
8 18 1936, Aug. 19-31 August 19, 1936-August 31, 1936
8 19 1936, Sept. September 1936
8 20 1936, Oct. 1-12 October 1, 1936-October 12, 1936
8 21 1936, Oct. 13-31 October 13, 1936-October 31, 1936
8 22 1936, Nov. 1-15 November 1, 1936-November 15, 1936
8 23 1936, Nov. 16-30 November 16, 1936-November 30, 1936
8 24 1936, Dec. 1-19 December 1, 1936-December 19, 1936
8 25 1936, Dec. 21-31 December 21, 1936-December 31, 1936
9 1 1937, Jan. 1-14 January 1, 1937-January 14, 1937
9 2 1937, Jan. 15-31 January 15, 1937-January 31, 1937
9 3 1937, Feb. 1-15 February 1, 1937-February 15, 1937
9 4 1937, Feb. 16-28 February 16, 1937-February 28, 1937
9 5 1937, Mar. 1-13 March 1, 1937-March 13, 1937
9 6 1937, Mar. 15-31 March 15, 1937-March 31, 1937
9 7 1937, Apr. 1-16 April 1, 1937-April 16, 1937
9 8 1937, Apr. 17-30 April 17, 1937-April 30, 1937
9 9 1937, May 1-13 May 1, 1937-May 13, 1937
9 10 1937, May 14-22 May 14, 1937-May 22, 1937
9 11 1937, May 23-31 May 23, 1937-May 31, 1937
9 12 1937, June 1-15 June 1, 1937-June 15, 1937
9 13 1937, June 16-30 June 16, 1937-June 30, 1937
9 14 1937, July 1-12 July 1, 1937-July 12, 1937
9 15 1937, July 13-23 July 13, 1937-July 23, 1937
9 16 1937, July 24-31 July 24, 1937-July 31, 1937
9 17 1937, Aug. 1-12 August 1, 1937-August 12, 1937
9 18 1937, Aug. 13-31 August 13, 1937-August 31, 1937
9 19 1937, Sept. 1-14 September 1, 1937-September 14, 1937
9 20 1937, Sept. 15-22 September 15, 1937-September 22, 1937
9 21 1937, Sept. 23-30 September 23, 1937-September 30, 1937
10 1 1937, Oct. 1-8 October 1, 1937-October 8, 1937
10 2 1937, Oct. 9-19 October 9, 1937-October 19, 1937
10 3 1937, Oct. 20-30 October 20, 1937-October 30, 1937
10 4 1937, Nov. November 1937
10 5 1937, Dec. 1-22 December 1, 1937-December 22, 1937
10 6 1937, Dec. 23-31 December 23, 1937-December 31, 1937
10 7 1938, Jan. 1-12 January 1, 1938-January 12, 1938
10 8 1938, Jan. 13-20 January 13, 1938-January 20, 1938
10 9 1938, Jan. 21-30 January 21, 1938-January 30, 1938
10 10 1938, Feb. 1-8 February 1, 1938-February 8, 1938
10 11 1938, Feb. 9-17 February 9, 1938-February 17, 1938
10 12 1938, Feb. 18-28 February 18, 1938-February 28, 1938
10 13 1938, Mar. 1-10 March 1, 1938-March 10, 1938
10 14 1938, Mar. 11-20 March 11, 1938-March 20, 1938
10 15 1938, Mar. 21-31 March 21, 1938-March 31, 1938
10 16 1938, Apr. 1-8 April 1, 1938-April 8, 1938
10 17 1938, Apr. 9-18 April 9, 1938-April 18, 1938
10 18 1938, Apr. 19-30 April 19, 1938-April 30, 1938
10 19 1938, May 1-10 May 1, 1938-May 10, 1938
10 20 1938, May 11-21 May 11, 1938-May 21, 1938
10 21 1938, May 22-31 May 22, 1938-May 31, 1938
11 1 1938, June 1-8 June 1, 1938-June 8, 1938
11 2 1938, June 9-14 June 9, 1938-June 14, 1938
11 3 1938, June 15-30 June 15, 1938-June 30, 1938
11 4 1938, July 1-11 July 1, 1938-July 11, 1938
11 5 1938, July 12-21 July 12, 1938-July 21, 1938
11 6 1938, July 22-31 July 22, 1938-July 31, 1938
11 7 1938, Aug. 1-9 August 1, 1938-August 9, 1938
11 8 1938, Aug. 10-19 August 10, 1938-August 19, 1938
11 9 1938, Aug. 20-31 August 20, 1938-August 31, 1938
11 10 1938, Sept. 1-12 September 1, 1938-September 12, 1938
11 11 1938, Sept. 13-21 September 13, 1938-September 21, 1938
11 12 1938, Sept. 22-30 September 22, 1938-September 30, 1938
11 13 1938, Oct. 1-11 October 1, 1938-October 11, 1938
11 14 1938, Oct. 12-20 October 12, 1938-October 20, 1938
11 15 1938, Oct. 21-31 October 21, 1938-October 31, 1938
11 16 1938, Nov. 1-9 November 1, 1938-November 9, 1938
11 17 1938, Nov. 10-11 November 10, 1938-November 11, 1938
11 18 1938, Nov. 12-14 November 12, 1938-November 14, 1938
11 19 1938, Nov. 15-17 November 15, 1938-November 17, 1938
11 20 1938, Nov. 20-30 November 20, 1938-November 30, 1938
11 21 1938, Dec. 1-26 December 1, 1938-December 26, 1938
11 22 1938, Dec. 27-31 December 27, 1938-December 31, 1938
12 1 1939, Jan. January 1939
12 2 1939, Feb. February 1939
12 3 1939, Mar. March 1939
12 4 1939, Apr. April 1939
12 5 1939, May May 1939
12 6 1939, June June 1939
12 7 1939, July July 1939
12 8 1939, Aug. August 1939
12 9 1939, Sept. September 1939
12 10 1939, Oct. October 1939
12 11 1939, Nov. November 1939
12 12 1939, Dec. December 1939
12 13 1940, Jan. 1-19 January 1, 1940-January 19, 1940
12 14 1940, Jan. 20-30 January 20, 1940-January 30, 1940
12 15 1940, Feb. 1-10 February 1, 1940-February 10, 1940
12 16 1940, Feb. 12-19 February 12, 1940-February 19, 1940
12 17 1940, Feb. 20-29 February 20, 1940-February 29, 1940
12 18 1940, Mar. 1-11 March 1, 1940-March 11, 1940
12 19 1940, Mar. 12-22 March 12, 1940-March 22, 1940
12 20 1940, Mar. 25-31 March 25, 1940-March 31, 1940
12 21 1940, Apr. 1-16 April 1, 1940-April 16, 1940
12 22 1940, Apr. 17-30 April 17, 1940-April 30, 1940
12 23 1940, May 1-11 May 1, 1940-May 11, 1940
12 24 1940, May 12-21 May 12, 1940-May 21, 1940
12 25 1940, May 22-31 May 22, 1940-May 31, 1940
13 1 1940, June 1-16 June 1, 1940-June 16, 1940
13 2 1940, June 17-30 June 17, 1940-June 30, 1940
13 3 1940, July 1-13 July 1, 1940-July 13, 1940
13 4 1940, July 14-21 July 14, 1940-July 21, 1940
13 5 1940, July 22-31 July 22, 1940-July 31, 1940
13 6 1940, Aug. 1-11 August 1, 1940-August 11, 1940
13 7 1940, Aug. 12-16 August 12, 1940-August 16, 1940
13 8 1940, Aug. 17-26 August 17, 1940-August 26, 1940
13 9 1940, Aug. 27-31 August 27, 1940-August 31, 1940
13 10 1940, Aug. 29, 1940 (political notes) August 29, 1940
13 11 1940, Sept. 1-9 September 1, 1940-September 9, 1940
13 12 1940, Sept. 10-16 September 10, 1940-September 16, 1940
13 13 1940, Sept. 17-30 September 17, 1940-September 30, 1940
13 14 1940, Oct. 1-14 October 1, 1940-October 14, 1940
13 15 1940, Oct. 15-31 October 15, 1940-October 31, 1940
13 16 1940, Nov. 1-9 November 1, 1940-November 9, 1940
13 17 1940, Nov. 10-19 November 10, 1940-November 19, 1940
13 18 1940, Nov. 20-30 November 20, 1940-November 30, 1940
13 19 1940, Dec. 1-23 December 1, 1940-December 23, 1940
13 20 1940, Dec. 24-31 December 24, 1940-December 31, 1940
13 21 1941, Jan. 1-11 January 1, 1941-January 11, 1941
13 22 1941, Jan. 13-31 January 13, 1941-January 31, 1941
13 23 1941, Feb. 1-14 February 1, 1941-February 14, 1941
13 24 1941, Feb. 15-28 February 15, 1941-February 28, 1941
13 25 1941, Mar. March 1941
13 26 1941, Apr. April 1941
14 1 1941, May May 1941
14 2 1941, June June 1941
14 3 1941, July July 1941
14 4 1941, Aug. August 1941
14 5 1941, Sept. September 1941
14 6 1941, Oct. October 1941
14 7 1941, Nov. 1-10 November 1, 1941-November 10, 1941
14 8 1941, Nov. 11-18 November 11, 1941-November 18, 1941
14 9 1941, Nov. 19-30 November 19, 1941-November 30, 1941
14 10 1941, Dec. 1-11 December 1, 1941-December 11, 1941
14 11 1941, Dec. 12-31 December 12, 1941-December 31, 1941
14 12 1941 1941
14 13 1942, Jan. 1-13 January 1, 1942-January 13, 1942
14 14 1942, Jan. 14-31 January 14, 1942-January 31, 1942
14 15 1942, Feb. 1-5 February 1, 1942-February 5, 1942
14 16 1942, Feb. 6-18 February 6, 1942-February 18, 1942
14 17 1942, Feb. 19-28 February 19, 1942-February 28, 1942
14 18 1942, Mar. 2-11 March 2, 1942-March 11, 1942
14 19 1942, Mar. 12-22 March 12, 1942-March 22, 1942
14 20 1942, Mar. 23-31 March 23, 1942-March 31, 1942
14 21 1942, Apr. 1-13 April 1, 1942-April 13, 1942
14 22 1942, Apr. 14-30 April 14, 1942-April 30, 1942
15 1 1942, May 1-12 May 1, 1942-May 12, 1942
15 2 1942, May 13-20 May 13, 1942-May 20, 1942
15 3 1942, May 21-31 May 21, 1942-May 31, 1942
15 4 1942, June 1-9 June 1, 1942-June 9, 1942
15 5 1942, June 10-30 June 10, 1942-June 30, 1942
15 6 1942, July 1-18 July 1, 1942-July 18, 1942
15 7 1942, July 19-31 July 19, 1942-July 31, 1942
15 8 1942, Aug. 1-10 August 1, 1942-August 10, 1942
15 9 1942, Aug. 11-31 August 11, 1942-August 31, 1942
15 10 1942, Sept. 1-14 September 1, 1942-September 14, 1942
15 11 1942, Sept. 16-30 September 16, 1942-September 30, 1942
15 12 1942, Oct. 1-15 October 1, 1942-October 15, 1942
15 13 1942, Oct. 16-31 October 16, 1942-October 31, 1942
15 14 1942, Nov. 1-8 November 1, 1942-November 8, 1942
15 15 1942, Nov. 9-13 November 9, 1942-November 13, 1942
15 16 1942, Nov. 14-20 November 14, 1942-November 20, 1942
15 17 1942, Nov. 21-30 November 21, 1942-November 30, 1942
15 18 1942, Dec. 1-9 December 1, 1942-December 9, 1942
15 19 1942, Dec. 10-19 December 10, 1942-December 19, 1942
15 20 1942, Dec. 20-31 December 20, 1942-December 31, 1942
15 21 1942 1942
15 22 1943, Jan.-Feb. January 1943-February 1943
15 23 1943, Mar.-Apr. March 1943-April 1943
15 24 1943, May-June May 1943-June 1943
16 1 1943, July-Aug. July 1943-August 1943
16 2 1943, Sept.-Oct. September 1943-October 1943
16 3 1943, Nov.-Dec. November 1943-December 1943
16 4 1944, Jan.-Mar. January 1944-March 1944
16 5 1944, Apr.-June April 1944-June 1944
16 6 1944, July-Sept. July 1944-September 1944
16 7 1944, Oct.-Dec. October 1944-December 1944
16 8 1945, Jan.-Feb. January 1945-February 1945
16 9 1945, Mar.-Apr. March 1945-April 1945
16 10 1945, May-July May 1945-July 1945
16 11 1945, Aug.-Oct. August 1945-August 1945
16 12 1945, Nov.-Dec. November 1945-December 1945
16 13 1946, Jan.-Feb. January 1946-February 1946
16 14 1946, Mar.-Apr. March 1946-April 1946
16 15 1946, May-July May 1946-July 1946
16 16 1946, Aug.-Oct. August 1946-October 1946
16 17 1946, Nov.-Dec. November 1946-December 1946
16 18 1947, Jan.-Apr. January 1947-April 1947
16 19 1947, May-Sept. May 1947-September 1947
16 20 1947, Oct.-Dec. October 1947-December 1947
16 21 1948, Jan.-Apr. January 1948-April 1948
16 22 1948, May-June May 1948-June 1948
16 23 1948, July-Dec. July 1948-December 1948
16 24 1949, Jan.-Mar. January 1949-March 1949
16 25 1949, Apr.-Aug. April 1949-August 1949
16 26 1949, Sept.-Dec. September 1949-December 1949
16 27 1950 1950
16 28 1951 1951
16 29 1952 1952
16 30 1953 1953
16 31 1954 1954
16 32 1956 1956
16 33 1957-1958 1957-1958

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Series:  Subject-organized correspondence, 1930-1947
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
17 1 Administration, Democratic Party, 1935-1940 1935-1940
17 2 Alaska, 1935-1936 1935-1936
17 3 Alcohol, industrial, 1933-1935 1933-1935
Subseries: Aliens 1933-1942
Box
Folder
17 4 1933-1934 1933-1934
17 5 1935 1935
17 6 1936-1937 1936-1937
17 7 1938 1938
17 8 1939, Jan.-Apr. January 1939-April 1939
17 9 1939, May-Dec. May 1939-December 1939
17 10 1940 1940
17 11 1941-1942 1941-1942
17 12 Harry Bridges, 1938-1940, June 1938-June 1940
17 13 Harry Bridges, 1940, July July 1940
17 14 Harry Bridges, 1940, Aug.-Sept. August 1940-September 1940
17 15 Japanese, 1942, Feb.-May (See also Subject/issues files: Race conflict) February 1942-May 1942
17 16 Neuberger family, 1939-1941 1939-1941
17 17 Refugee children, 1939-1940 1939-1940
17 18 Amusements, 1933-1939 1933-1939
17 19 Amusements, 1940-1942 1940-1942
17 20 Armories, 1934-1941 1934-1941
17 21 Army, 1933-1942 1933-1942
Subseries: Aviation 1933-1947
Box
Folder
17 22 General, 1935-1942 1935-1942
17 23 Air transport control by I. C. C., 1936-1937 1936-1937
17 24 Air line routes, 1935-1936 1935-1936
17 25 Air ships, 1935-1937 1935-1937
17 26 Army air base in Northwest, 1924-1941 1924-1941
17 27 Oregon air ship case, 1940, Jan.-May January 1940-May 1940
17 28 Oregon airports, Baker - Klamath Falls
17 29 Oregon airports, La Grande
18 1 Oregon airports, Lakeview - Ontario
18 2 Oregon airports, Pendleton, Portland, miscellaneous
Subseries: Birth control 1930/1947
Box
Folder
18 3 1930-1934, Jan. 1930-January 1934
18 4 1934, Feb.-Apr. February 1934-April 1934
18 5 1934, May-Dec. May 1934-December 1934
18 6 1935, Jan.-Feb. January 1935-February 1935
18 7 1935, Mar.-Dec. March 1935-December 1935
18 8 1936-1942 1936-1942
18 9 1947 and undated 1947
18 10 Castilloa Rubber Company, claims, 1923, 1938-1939 1923, 1938-1939
18 11 Chain stores, 1934-1941 1934-1941
Subseries: Civilian Conservation Corps (C. C. C.) 1933-1941
Box
Folder
18 12 General, 1933-1934 1933-1934
18 13 General, 1935-1937 1935-1937
18 14 General, 1938 1938
18 15 General, 1939-1942, miscellaneous 1939-1942
18 16 C. J. Buck correspondence, 1934-1939 1934-1939
18 17 E. K. Burlew correspondence, 1934-1936 1934-1936
18 18 Julien Friant correspondence, 1933-1934 1933-1934
18 19 Julien Friant correspondence, 1935, Jan.-Aug. January 1935-August 1935
18 20 Julien Friant correspondence, 1935, Sept.-1936 1935-September 1936
18 21 Julien Friant correspondence, 1937-1938 1937-1938
18 22 Henry Gianella case, 1936-1938 1936-1938
18 23 J. Atwood Maulding correspondence, 1935-1938 1935-1938
19 1 Edgar Puryear correspondence, 1935, May-Oct. May 1935-October 1935
19 2 Edgar Puryear correspondence, 1935, Nov.-1936, Aug. November 1935-August 1936
19 3 Edgar Puryear correspondence, 1936, Sept.-1938 September 1936-1938
19 4 Biological survey, 1935-1938 1935-1938
19 5 Camp lists and locations, 1933-1938, Mar. 1933-March 1938
19 6 Camp lists and locations, 1938, Oct.-1940, Nov. October 1938-November 1940
19 7 Camp papers, 1934-1941 1934-1941
19 8 Claims, 1935-1937, June 1935-June 1937
19 9 Claims, 1937, Aug.-1939, Mar. August 1937-March 1939
19 10 County recommendations, 1934-1937 1934-1937
19 11 Educational advisers, 1934-1935 1934-1935
19 12 Educational advisers, 1936-1940 1936-1940
19 13 First Congressional District applications, 1937-1940 1937-1940
19 14 Forest camps and 0 & C timber administration, 1935-1941 1935-1941
19 15 Form letters, 1933-1935 1933-1935
19 16 Grazing camps, 1934-1935, Nov. 1934-November 1935
19 17 Grazing camps, 1935, Dec.-1936 December 1935-1936
19 18 Grazing camps, 1937-1938, June 1937-June 1938
19 19 Grazing camps, 1938, July-1941 1938-July 1941
19 20 Grazing camps, Deschutes Project, 1935-1939 1935-1939
19 21 Malheur County, 1936-1938 1936-1938
19 22 Out-of-state, 1933-1938 1933-1938
20 1 Parks, state and national, 1933-1935 1933-1935
20 2 Parks, state and national, 1936-1939 1936-1939
20 3 Purchasing policies (supplies), 1933-1935 1933-1935
20 4 Purchasing policies, Blue Mountain Eagle articles, 1933, Sept.-Nov. Range reclamation (See Grazing camps) September 1933-November 1933
20 5 Special projects, 1936-1937 1936-1937
20 6 U. S. Army, 1935-1938 1935-1938
20 7 Reports, 1933-1938 1933-1938
20 8 Coal, 1937-1941 1937-1941
20 9 Commonwealth federation, 1938-1941 1938-1941
20 10 Communications (independent telephone companies), 1939-1940 1939-1940
Subseries: Communism 1918-1942
Box
Folder
20 11 1918-1939 1918-1939
20 12 1940 1940
20 13 1941-1942 1941-1942
20 14 Ray Becker case, 1936-1937 1936-1937
20 15 Mooney case, 1935-1938 1935-1938
Subseries: Courts--Supreme Court 1930-1941
Box
Folder
20 16 1930-1937, Feb. 16 1930-February 16, 1930
20 17 1937, Feb. 17-23 February 17, 1937-February 23, 1937
20 18 1937, Feb. 24-Mar. 5 February 24, 1937-March 5, 1937
20 19 1937, Mar. 6-12 March 6, 1937-March 12, 1937
20 20 1937, Mar. 13-23 March 13, 1937-March 23, 1937
20 21 1937, Mar. 24-Apr. 16 March 24, 1937-April 16, 1937
20 22 1937, Apr. 17-Aug. 4 April 17, 1937-August 4, 1937
20 23 Miscellaneous and mail-in messages, 1937 1937
21 1 Crime--wiretapping, 1941, Mar.-Sept. March 1941-September 1941
Subseries: Defense 1934-1941
Box
Folder
21 2 General, 1940-1942 1940-1942
21 3 Conscription (Burke-Wadsworth bill), 1940, May-Sept. May 1940-September 1940
21 4 Housing, Oregon, 1940, Sept.-1941, Dec. September 1940-December 1941
21 5 Labor, 1939, Jan.-1942, May January 1939-May 1942
21 6 Labor, Vinson bill, H.R. 4139, 1941, Apr.-July April 1941-July 1941
21 7 Oregon, Monmouth cantonment, 1941, Apr.-1942, June April 1941-June 1942
21 8 Oregon, Pendleton projects, 1940, Sept.-1942, Mar. September 1940-March 1942
21 9 Oregon, Tongue Point Naval Base, 1934, Jan.-1936, Apr. January 1934-April 1936
21 10 Oregon, WPB priorities, 1941, Sept.-1942, Apr. September 1941-April 1942
21 11 Education, 1933-1937, Jan. 1933-January 1937
21 12 Education, 1937, Feb.-1942 February 1937-1942
21 13 Fish and seafood, 1933, Mar.-1940, Dec. March 1933-December 1940
21 14 Food and drug legislation (including oleomargarine), 1933, Apr.-1942, July April 1933-July 1942
21 15 Foreign relations, 1935, Jan.-1938, Apr. January 1935-April 1938
Subseries: Forests and forestry 1930-1942
Box
Folder
21 16 1930, Sept.-1936, Mar. September 1930-March 1936
21 17 1936, Apr.-1937, Oct. April 1936-October 1937
21 18 1937, Nov.-1938, July November 1937-July 1938
21 19 1938, Sept.-1939, Aug. September 1938-August 1939
21 20 1940, Jan.-1942, Aug. January 1940-August 1942
21 21 Fires March 1939-August 1942
21 22 Forest Service office location (Wallowa-Enterprise) 1931-1933
21 23 Forestry Committee 1933-1939
21 24 Forestry Committee 1940-1941
22 1 Lumber industry 1937-February 1939
22 2 Lumber industry March 1939-1942
22 3 Grazing April 1940-June 1941
22 4 Roadside timber June 1937-July 1937
22 5 Timberline Lodge July 1939-August 1939
22 6 Wages October 1939-August 1941
22 7 Health issues 1934-1942
22 8 Housing 1934-1942
22 9 "I AM" movement (religious-philosophical) 1940-1941
Subseries: Indians 1931-1942
Box
Folder
22 10 General 1933-1934
22 11 General 1935-1936
22 12 General 1937-1941
22 13 Celilo 1933-1939
22 14 Celilo 1940-1942
22 15 Chemawa Indian School 1932-1933
22 16 Klamath 1933
22 17 Klamath 1934-1937
22 18 Klamath 1938-1942
22 19 Klamath, Sprague River Road 1940-1941
22 20 Klamath, Wade Crawford case 1937
22 21 Piute and Snake, Burns, Oregon 1931-1935
22 22 Piute and Snake, Burns, Oregon 1936-1942
22 23 Umatilla 1933-1938
22 24 Umatilla 1939-1942
22 25 Umatilla; Davis, Benjamin and Moxmox, Annie case 1940-1942
22 26 Warm Springs 1933-1941
Subseries: Labor 1933/1941
Box
Folder
23 1 1933-1937, Feb. 1933-February 1937
23 2 1937, Mar.-July March 1937-July 1937
23 3 1937, Aug.-1938 August 1937-1938
23 4 1939-1940 1939-1940
23 5 1941, Jan.-July January 1941-July 1941
23 6 1941, Aug.-1942 August 1941-1942
23 7 Maritime strikes 1934-1937
23 8 Migratory 1939-1941
23 9 Oregon 1938-1942
23 10 30-hour bill, 73rd Congress 1933-1935
23 11 Wagner bill 1934-May 10, 1935
23 12 Wagner bill May 11, 1935-June 1935
23 13 Land 1933-1937
23 14 Land, McCartie case, Lakeview, Oregon 1937
23 15 Land; Chester L. Jones case and Peterson and Johnson Brothers Lumber Company case 1937
23 16 Liquor issue October 1932
Subseries: Lumber trade 1930-1937
Box
Folder
23 17 General May 1930-August 1935
23 18 General September 1935-1937
23 19 Purchases, including Willow Creek and Heppner 1935-1937
23 20 Schedule C, N.R.A. code January 1935-April 1935
23 21 Immigration, Malheur County (schools) 1937-1938
23 22 Mines and mining 1934-1942
23 23 Mines and mining, dredging January 1941-May 1941
24 1 Money and finances 1932-July 1934
24 2 Money and finances August 1934-June 1942
24 3 National Recovery Administration 1933-1935
24 4 Office of Price Administration 1941-1942
24 5
Subseries: Old age pensions 1933-1942
Box
Folder
24 5 1933-1934 1933-1934
24 6 1935, Jan. 1-20 January 1, 1935-January 20, 1935
24 7 1935, Jan. 21-31 January 21, 1935-January 31, 1935
24 8 1935, Feb. February 1935
24 9 1935, Mar. 1-11 March 1, 1935-March 11, 1935
24 10 1935, Mar. 12-31 March 12, 1935-March 31, 1935
24 11 1935, Apr. 1-12 April 1, 1935-April 12, 1935
24 12 1935, Apr. 13-30 April 13, 1935-April 30, 1935
24 13 1935, May-Sept. May 1935-September 1935
24 14 1935, Oct.-Dec. October 1935-December 1935
24 15 1936, Jan.-Feb. 11 January 1936-February 11, 1936
24 16 1936, Feb. 12-28 February 12, 1936-February 28, 1936
24 17 1936, Mar. March 1936
24 18 1936, Apr.-Dec. April 1936-December 1936
25 1 1937, Jan.-Mar. January 1937-March 1937
25 2 1937, Apr.-Dec. April 1937-December 1937
25 3 1938-1941, May 1938-May 1941
25 4 1941, June-1942 June 1941-1942
25 5 Undated
25 6 Oregon State Planning Board 1936-1937
25 7 Oregon river and harbor projects (Bayocean, Willamette Valley) 1933, 1937-1941
25 8 Oregon, miscellaneous 1939-1941
25 9 Pardon cases (Llewellyn Banks, Frank C. Hart) 1933-1940
25 10 Parks, including Wallowa Mountains and Hells Canyon 1933-1940
Subseries: Peace 1932-1942
Box
Folder
25 11 1932-1935 1932-1935
25 12 1936-1937, Apr. 1936-April 1937
25 13 1937, May-1938 May 1937-1938
25 14 1939-1942 1939-1942
25 15 Polls (public opinion) 1934-1939
25 16 Polls (public opinion) 1940-1941
25 17 Portland, Oregon 1933-1938
25 18 Postal laws and legislation 1932-1940
25 19 Postal laws and legislation 1941-1942
25 20 The presidency 1939-1940
Subseries: Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) 1933-1942
Box
Folder
25 21 General 1933-1941
25 22 Lists and status reports ca. 1933-1936
26 1 Astoria bridge 1934-1936
26 2 Baker 1933-1936
26 3 Bandon 1937
26 4 Bend 1936
26 5 Bonanza Railroad 1934
26 6 Burns 1934-1935
26 7 Chetco Harbor 1934-1935
26 8 Cove 1934-1935
26 9 Elgin waterworks 1937
26 10 Flax industry 1933-1934
26 11 Grants Pass 1934-1937
26 12 Klamath Falls 1933-1936
26 13 La Grande 1933-1934
26 14 Lakeview 1934-1936
26 15 Madras (Benham Falls) 1933-1934
26 16 Mitchell 1935
26 17 Mosier 1934-1936
26 18 Mt. Hood tram (Cascade Development Corporation) 1934-1935
26 19 North Powder 1936
26 20 Nyssa 1934-1935
26 21 Ontario waterworks 1933-1935
26 22 Pendleton high school 1936
26 23 Pendleton, Umatilla Flood Control 1933-1936
26 24 Redmond 1933-1934
26 25 Sandy high school 1934-1937
26 26 Salem 1934
26 27 The Dalles 1934-1935, 1941
26 28 University of Oregon, Eugene 1933-1935
26 29 Vale 1941-1942
26 30 Wallowa 1934
26 31 Race conflict--Black Americans 1933-1942
26 32 Radio 1933-1941
26 33 Radio, KNX, Los Angeles; Jehovah's Witness petition January 1934
26 34 Recovery, economic 1938-1940
26 35 Relief programs, (F.E.R.A. and S.E.R.A) 1932-1941
26 36 Roads 1933-1940
26 37 Roads; Heppner and Spray areas 1933
26 38 Rubber 1942
26 39 Securities and Exchange Commission 1934-1941
26 40 Social Security 1935-1941
26 41 Taxation 1933-1940
26 42 Taxation 1941-1942
26 43 Trade and tariffs 1933-1939
Subseries: Transportation 1932-1942
Box
Folder
26 44 Motor 1934-1942
26 45 Motor, McNary bill 1938-1940
27 1 Railroads, general 1933-July 1939
27 2 Railroads, general August 1939-1940
27 3 Railroads, labor 1937
27 4 Railroads, labor, pensions 1932-1939
27 5 Railroads, labor, 6-hour bill 1933-1937
27 6 Railroads, long-short haul January 1934-March 16, 1934
27 7 Railroads, long-short haul March 17, 1934-March 26, 1934
27 8 Railroads, long-short haul March 27, 1934-December 1934
27 9 Railroads, long-short haul January 1935-April 1935
27 10 Railroads, long-short haul May 1935-December 1935
27 11 Railroads, long-short haul 1936
27 12 Railroads, long-short haul January 1937
27 13 Railroads, long-short haul February 1937-March 1937
27 14 Railroads, long-short haul April 1937-December 1937
27 15 Railroads, long-short haul 1938-1940
27 16 Railroads, labor--mileage limitation 1938-1939
27 17 Railroads, 70-car limit 1937
27 18 Railroads, 70-car limit 1938
27 19 Railroads, Southern Pacific, Crescent Lake stop 1934-1935
27 20 Railroads, Union Pacific, Brogan and Shaniko branches 1942
27 21 Railroads, Wheeler-Lea bill, S. 2009 1940
27 22 Water routes 1933-March 1938
27 23 Water routes April 1938-1942
27 24 U.S. Justice Dept.--wiretapping 1941
27 25 War Production Board 1942
Subseries: Works Progress Administration 1934-1941
Box
Folder
28 1 1934-1935, Nov. 1934-November 1935
28 2 1935, Dec.-1936, Mar. December 1935-March 1936
28 3 1936, Apr.-Nov. April 1936-November 1936
28 4 1936, Dec.-1937, Apr. December 1936-April 1937
28 5 1937, May-Aug. May 1937-August 1937
28 6 1937, Aug. (petitions)-1938, Feb. 12 August 1937-February 12, 1938
28 7 1938, Feb. 15-May February 15, 1938-May 1938
28 8 1938, June-Dec. June 1938-December 1938
28 9 1939, Jan.-Mar. January 1939-March 1939
28 10 1939, Apr.-June April 1939-June 1939
28 11 1939, July-1940, Feb. July 1939-February 1940
28 12 1940, Mar.-June March 1940-June 1940
28 13 1940, July-Dec. July 1940-December 1940
28 14 1941, Jan.-Apr. January 1941-April 1941
28 15 1941, May-Dec. May 1941-December 1941

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Series:  Subject/issues files, 1912-1945
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
29 1 Aliens
29 2 Angell, Homer
29 3 Amusements
29 4 Aviation
29 5 Battleship Oregon
29 6 Birth control
29 7 Birth control
29 8 Blue Mountain Eagle newsclippings
29 9 Books and reviews
29 10 Bourne, Jonathan (includes extracts from Cornelia Pierce diary)
29 11 Bryan, William Jennings
29 12 China
29 13 Church and state
29 14 Coal
29 15 Communications (telephone)
29 16 Communism
29 17 Communism
29 18 Communism
29 19 Consumer affairs
29 20 Courts
29 21 Courts
29 22 Courts
29 23 Delzell, W. A.
29 24 Democratic National Committee materials ca. 1919-1930
29 25 Democratic National Committee materials 1932-1935
29 26 Democratic National Committee materials 1936-1940
30 1 Democratic National Committee, brochures and pamphlets
30 2 Democratic Party, state and county organizations ca. 1926-1942
30 3 Democratic Party, Young Democratic League
30 4 Democratic Party, R. R. Butler congressional voting record
30 5 Donaugh, Carl
30 6 Education
Subseries: Elections 1912-1946
Box
Folder
30 7 Pierce campaigns and general ca. 1912-1924
30 8 Pierce campaigns and general 1926-1930
30 9 Misc. Oregon county ballots and voting tallies 1924-1940
30 10 1932 Pierce campaign and general 1932
30 11 1934 campaign, voting returns and general 1934
30 12 1934 Pierce campaign 1934
30 13 1934 Pierce campaign, receipts and bills 1934
30 14 1934 campaign materials, J. Upton (?) 1934
30 15 1936 campaign, voting returns and general 1936
30 16 1936 Pierce campaign 1936
30 17 1936 campaign, F. D. Roosevelt materials 1936
30 18 Nov. 1938 published voting returns November 1938
30 19 1938 campaign, voting returns and general 1938
30 20 1938 Pierce campaign 1938
30 21 1940 campaign, voting returns and general 1940
30 22 1940 Pierce campaign 1940
30 23 1940 Pierce campaign, statements and drafts 1940
30 24 1940 Pierce campaign, speeches 1940
30 25 Misc. Oregon county ballots and voting tallies, May 17, 1940 May 17, 1940
30 26 1942 campaign, general and Pierce materials 1942
30 27 1942 campaign, diary of last Pierce campaign trip 1942
30 28 Pierce campaign brochures, cards and handbills
30 29 Political candidates, misc. publicity brochures
30 30 Campaign buttons and ribbons, including Pierce
30 31 Republican Party materials ca. 1929-1937
30 32 Voters' information, general, ca. 1920-1946 ca. 1920-1946
30 33 Commercial publicity and campaign materials
30 34 Farley, Jim (Roosevelt administration)
31 1 Foreign affairs
31 2 Forestry
31 3 "Freak" materials, as defined by the Pierces
31 4 "Freak" materials, as defined by the Pierces
31 5 Haney, Bert
31 6 Hanley, William
31 7 Health
31 8 E. Hofer and Sons
31 9 Holman, Rufus
31 10 Housing
31 11 Housing
31 12 Indians
31 13 JPA notes, studies on "moment distribution"
31 14 Joseph, George W.
31 15 Ku Klux Klan
31 16 Labor
31 17 Labor
31 18 Labor
31 19 Labor
31 20 Labor
31 21 Lane, Harry
31 22 Legislative procedures
Subseries: Legislative bills (not listed in legislative bills file)
Box
Folder
31 23 72nd Congress
31 24 73rd Congress
31 25 74th Congress
31 26 75th Congress
31 27 76th Congress
31 28 77th Congress
31 29 Legislature, Congressional reform
31 30 Legislature, Statuary Hall
31 31 Legislature, general and miscellaneous
31 32 Lycette, Hariette
31 33 McCulloch, Claude
31 34 McNary, Charles
31 35 Mahoney, Willis
31 36 Military service (compulsory)
31 37 Miller, Milton
31 38 Money and economics
31 39 Money and economics
32 1 Money and economics
32 2 Money and economics
32 3 Money and economics
32 4 National Recovery Administration
32 5 Neuberger, Richard
32 6 "New Deal" era
32 7 "New Deal" era
32 8 "New Deal" era, Rayburn vs. O'Connor controversy
32 9 Norris, George W.
32 10 Oil
32 11 Old age pensions
32 12 Old age pensions
32 13 Old age pensions
32 14 Oregon Agricultural College (later Oregon State University)
32 15 Oregon materials
32 16 Oregon maps and plans
Subseries: Oregon legislature 1900-1919
Box
Folder
32 17 Bills, acts ca. 1900-1916
32 18 Bills, acts ca. 1917
32 19 Bills, acts ca. 1919
32 20 Joint memorials
32 21 Peace movement
32 22 Peace movement
32 23 Peace movement
32 24 Peace movement
33 1 Perkins, Frances, Sec. of Labor (petitions for removal, ca. 1938) ca. 1938
33 2 Political pamphlets and brochures
33 3 Political pamphlets and brochures
33 4 Political pamphlets and brochures
33 5 Polls, public opinion
33 6 Post office; congressional appointments for Oregon 1935-1939
33 7 Postal laws and legislation
33 8 Post-World War II planning
33 9 The Presidency
33 10 Press and media
33 11 Prison pardons, Oregon 1922-1923
33 12 Prohibition and the liquor issue
Subseries: Race conflict
Box
Folder
33 13 Black Americans (See also Subject correspondence, this entry)
33 14 Anti-Japanese movement (See also Subject correspondence, Aliens)
33 15 Anti-Japanese movement (See also Subject correspondence, Aliens)
33 16 Anti-Semitism
33 17 Anti-Semitism
33 18 Anti-Semitism
33 19 Anti-Semitism
34 1 Railroads (See also Subject correspondence, Transportation)
34 2 Railroads (See also Subject correspondence, Transportation)
34 3 Recovery, post-Depression
34 4 Recovery, post-Depression
34 5 Religion, church vs. state issue (See also Subject correspondence, Church and state)
34 6 Religion, church vs. state issue (See also Subject correspondence, Church and state)
34 7 Roads and highways
34 8 Roosevelt, Eleanor, and the American Youth Congress
34 9 Roosevelt, F. D.
34 10 Smith, C. J.
34 11 Social Security
34 12 Spanish war 1937
34 13 Stanfield, Robert
34 14 State committee and board reports: "Before a special committee appointed by the Hon. Walter M. Pierce, Governor of Oregon, in the matter of alleged irregularities in the Corporation Dept. of the State of Oregon. Transcript of testimony and report of committee. 1924." 1924
34 15 State committee and board reports: State Land Board, letter of transmittal from Arch J. Tourtellotte, C.P.A. September 1, 1924
Subseries: Tax materials 1919-1952
Box
Folder
34 16 Oregon state levy of taxes reports 1923-1927
34 17 Brochures
34 18 1919-1923 1919-1923
34 19 1924-1925 1924-1925
34 20 1926-1929 1926-1929
34 21 1930-1946, 1952 1930-1946, 1952
34 22 Taxpayers Equalization League ca. 1931
34 23 Sales tax
34 24 Trade
34 25 Transportation
34 26 U. S. Constitution; Proclamation by F. D. Roosevelt of 150th Anniversary
34 27 U. S. Dept. of Justice releases 1940
34 28 Veterans affairs
34 29 Wallace, Henry
34 30 West, Oswald
34 31 Williams, George H.

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Series:  Extended subject files, agriculture, 1917-1945
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
35 1 Agricultural correspondence, general 1917, 1930-1940
35 2 Agricultural correspondence, general 1941-ca. 1945
35 3 Agricultural pamphlets ca. 1930-1945
35 4 Federal agricultural administration, including Agricultural Adjustment Act, appropriations and related issues ca. 1925-1940
35 5 Agricultural associations and cooperatives, including Grange movement
35 6 Agricultural associations and cooperatives, Grange payment lists
35 7 Agricultural associations and cooperatives, pamphlets (including Grange materials)
Subseries: Federal farm credit and relief programs (including Farm Credit Association, Production Credit Association, Federal Land Banks, Joint Stock Land Banks) 1932-1942
Box
Folder
35 8 1932 1932
35 9 1933, Jan. January 1933
35 10 1933, Feb.-Mar. February 1933-March 1933
35 11 1933, Apr. April 1933
35 12 1933, May May 1933
35 13 1933, June-Aug. June 1933-August 1933
35 14 1933, Sept.-Oct. June 1933-August 1933
35 15 1933, Nov. November 1933
35 16 1933, Dec. December 1933
35 17 1934, Jan.-Feb. January 1934-February 1934
35 18 1934, Mar. March 1934
35 19 1934, Apr. April 1934
35 20 1934, May-July May 1934-July 1934
35 21 1934, Aug.-Dec. August 1934-December 1934
35 22 1935, Jan.-Aug. January 1935-August 1935
35 23 1935, Sept.-Dec. September 1935-December 1935
35 24 Newsclippings, 1933-1935 1933-1935
36 1 1936 1936
36 2 1937, Jan.-June January 1937-June 1937
36 3 1937, July-Dec. July 1937-December 1937
36 4 1938, Jan.-June January 1938-June 1938
36 5 1938, July-Dec. July 1938-December 1938
36 6 1939, Jan.-Aug. January 1939-August 1939
36 7 1939, Sept.-Dec. September 1939-December 1939
36 8 1940, Jan.-Mar. January 1940-March 1940
36 9 1940, Apr. 1-12 April 1, 1940-April 12, 1940
36 10 1940, Apr. 13-30 April 13, 1940-April 30, 1940
36 11 1940, May May 1940
36 12 Petition to Senate Banking and Currency Committee May 1940
36 13 1940, June-Dec. June 1940-December 1940
36 14 Newsclippings 1940
36 15 1941, Jan.-June January 1941-June 1941
36 16 1941, July-Dec. July 1941-December 1941
36 17 Newsclippings and magazine article 1941
36 18 1942 1942
Subseries: Farm Security Administration (formerly the Rural Rehabilitation Administration and the Resettlement Administration) 1933-1942
Box
Folder
36 19 1933 1933
36 20 1934, Jan.-June January 1934-June 1934
36 21 1934, July-Dec. July 1934-December 1934
37 1 1935, Jan.-Feb. January 1935-February 1935
37 2 1935, Mar.-Apr. March 1935-April 1935
37 3 1935, May-July May 1935-July 1935
37 4 1935, Aug.-Oct. August 1935-October 1935
37 5 1935, Nov.-Dec. November 1935-December 1935
37 6 Land projects, Oregon June 25, 1935
37 7 1936, Jan.-Feb. January 1936-February 1936
37 8 1936, Mar.-Apr. March 1936-April 1936
37 9 1936, May-July May 1936-July 1936
37 10 1936, Aug.-Sept. August 1936-September 1936
37 11 1936, Oct.-Dec. October 1936-December 1936
37 12 1937, Jan.-Feb. January 1937-February 1937
37 13 1937, Mar.-May March 1937-May 1937
37 14 1937, June-Aug. June 1937-August 1937
37 15 1937, Sept.-Dec. September 1937-December 1937
37 16 1938, Jan.-Apr. January 1938-April 1938
37 17 1938, May-July May 1938-July 1938
37 18 1938, Aug.-Dec. August 1938-ecember 1938
37 19 1939 1939
37 20 1940 1940
37 21 1941-1942 1941-1942
37 22 Newsclippings, 1935-1942 1935-1942
Subseries: Agricultural legislation 1931-1942
Box
Folder
38 1 1931, 1933 1931, 1933
38 2 1934, Jan.-Apr. January 1934-April 1934
38 3 1934, May-Aug. May 1934-August 1934
38 4 1934, Sept.-Dec. September 1934-December 1934
38 5 1935, Jan. January 1935
38 6 1935, Feb. February 1935
38 7 1935, Mar. March 1935
38 8 1935, Apr.-May April 1935-May 1935
38 9 1935, June-July June 1935-July 1935
38 10 1935, Aug.-Dec. August 1935-December 1935
38 11 1936, Jan.-Apr. January 1936-April 1936
38 12 1936, May-Dec. May 1936-December 1936
38 13 1937, Jan.-Feb. January 1937-February 1937
38 14 1937, Mar.-May March 1937-May 1937
38 15 1937, June June 1937
38 16 1937, July-Aug. July 1937-August 1937
38 17 1937, Sept.-Oct. September 1937-October 1937
38 18 1937, Nov.1-24 November 1, 1937-November 24, 1937
38 19 1937, Nov. 25-Dec. November 25, 1937-December 1937
38 20 1937 1937
38 21 1938, Jan.-Mar. January 1938-March 1938
38 22 1938, Apr.-Dec. April 1938-December 1938
39 1 1939, Jan.-Feb. January 1939-February 1939
39 2 1939, Mar.-Apr. March 1939-April 1939
39 3 1939, May May 1939
39 4 1939, June June 1939
39 5 1939, July-Dec. July 1939-December 1939
39 6 1940, Jan. January 1940
39 7 1940, Feb. February 1940
39 8 1940, Mar. March 1940
39 9 1940, Apr.-May April 1940-May 1940
39 10 1940, June-Dec. June 1940-December 1940
39 11 1941, Jan.-Feb. January 1941-February 1941
39 12 1941, Mar.-Apr. March 1941-April 1941
39 13 1941, May-June May 1941-June 1941
39 14 1941, July-Aug. July 1941-August 1941
39 15 1941, Sept.-Dec. September 1941-December 1941
39 16 1942, Jan.-Mar. January 1942-March 1942
39 17 1942, Apr.-June April 1942-June 1942
39 18 1942, July-Dec. July 1942-December 1942
39 19 Newsclippings, 1934-1936 1934-1936
39 20 Newsclippings, 1937 1937
39 21 Newsclippings, 1938 1938
39 22 Newsclinpings, 1939-1940 1939-1940
39 23 Newsclippings, 1941-1942 1941-1942
40 1 Special issues and commodities, cotton, 1934-1941 1934-1941
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, dairy products (including oleomargarine) 1933-1942
Box
Folder
40 2 1933 1933
40 3 1934, Jan.-Feb. January 1934-February 1934
40 4 1934, Mar.-Dec. March 1934-December 1934
40 5 1935 1935
40 6 1936, Jan.-June January 1936-June 1936
40 7 1936, July-Dec. July 1936-December 1936
40 8 1937 1937
40 9 1938 1938
40 10 1939, Jan.-May January 1939-May 1939
40 11 1939, June-Dec. June 1939-December 1939
40 12 1940 1940
40 13 1941 1941
40 14 1942 1942
40 15 Newsclippings, 1933-1942 1933-1942
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, drought 1933-1937
Box
Folder
40 16 1933 1933
40 17 1934, Jan.-May January 1934-May 1934
40 18 1934, June 1-10 June 1, 1934-June 10, 1934
40 19 1934, June 11-30 June 11, 1934-June 30, 1934
40 20 1934, July June 1934
40 21 1934, Aug. August 1934
40 22 1934, Sept.-Dec. September 1934-December 1934
40 23 1935, 1937 1935, 1937
40 24 Newsclippings
40 25 Special issues and commodities, food and drug legislation, 1930, 1933-1934 1930, 1933-1934
40 26 Special issues and commodities, fertilizer, 1939-1942 1939-1942
40 27 Special issues and commodities, flax, 1935 1935
40 28 Special issues and commodities, flax, 1936-1942 1936-1942
40 29 Special issues and commodities, flax, newsclippings
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, fruit and nuts 1932-1942
Box
Folder
41 1 1932 1932
41 2 1933 1933
41 3 1934 1934
41 4 1935, Jan.-Mar. January 1935-March 1935
41 5 1935, Apr.-Dec. April 1935-December 1935
41 6 1936, Jan.-June January 1936-June 1936
41 7 1936, July-Dec. July 1936-December 1936
41 8 1937, Jan.-Sept. January 1937-September 1937
41 9 1937, Oct.-Dec. October 1937-December 1937
41 10 1938, Jan.-Feb. January 1938-February 1938
41 11 1938, Mar. March 1938
41 12 1938, Apr.-Oct. April 1938-October 1938
41 13 1938, Nov.-Dec. November 1938-December 1938
41 14 1939, Jan.-Mar. January 1939-March 1939
41 15 1939, Apr.-May April 1939-May 1939
41 16 1939, June-Sept. June 1939-September 1939
41 17 1939, Oct. October 1939
41 18 1939, Nov.-Dec. November 1939-December 1939
41 19 1940, Jan.-Mar. January 1940-March 1940
41 20 1940, Apr.-July April 1940-July 1940
41 21 1940, Aug.-Oct. August 1940-October 1940
41 22 1940, Oct.-Dec. October 1940-December 1940
41 23 1941, Jan.-Mar. January 1941-March 1941
41 24 1941, Apr.-Dec. April 1941-December 1941
41 25 1942 1942
42 1 Newsclippings, 1933-1938 1933-1938
42 2 Newsclippings, 1939 1939
42 3 Newsclippings, 1940-1942 1940-1942
42 4 Special issues and commodities, fur industry, 1933-1942 1933-1942
42 5 Special issues and commodities, grass and grass seed, 1935-1940 1935-1940
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, grazing 1932-1942
Box
Folder
42 6 1932-1933 1932-1933
42 7 1934 1934
42 8 1935 1935
42 9 1936 1936
42 10 1937, Jan.-June January 1937-June 1937
42 11 1937, July-Dec. July 1937-December 1937
42 12 1938 1938
42 13 1939 1939
42 14 1940 1940
42 15 1941, Jan.-July January 1941-July 1941
42 16 1941, Aug.-1942 August 1941-1948
42 17 Newsclippings, ca. 1933-1938 ca. 1933-1938
42 18 Newsclippings, ca. 1939-1942 ca. 1939-1942
42 19 Special issues and commodities, hay, 1933, Nov.-Dec. November 1933-December 1933
42 20 Special issues and commodities, hogs, 1934-1936 (See also Special issues and commodities, livestock) 1934-1936
42 21 Special issues and commodities, hops, 1933-1937, May 1933-May 1937
42 22 Special issues and commodities, hops, 1937, June-Dec. June 1937-December 1937
42 23 Special issues and commodities, hops, 1938-1942 1938-1942
42 24 Special issues and commodities, jute, 1933-1934, Mar. 1933-March 1934
42 25 Special issues and commodities, jute, 1934, Apr.-1935 April 1934-1935
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, livestock 1928-1942
Box
Folder
43 1 1928-1933 1928-1933
43 2 1934 1934
43 3 1935 1935
43 4 1936 1936
43 5 1937 1937
43 6 1938 1938
43 7 1939-1940 1939-1940
43 8 1941-1942 1941-1942
43 9 Newsclippings
43 10 Special issues and commodities, pests, 1934-1937 (See also Special issues and commodities, rodent control) 1934-1937
43 11 Special issues and commodities, pests, 1938-1942 1938-1942
43 12 Special issues and commodities, pests, newsclippings
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, potatoes 1935-1942
Box
Folder
43 13 1935, Jan.-Mar. 15 January 1935-March 15, 1935
43 14 1935, Mar. 16-31 March 16, 1935-March 31, 1935
43 15 1935, Apr.-Dec. April 1935-December 1935
43 16 1936-1940 1936-1940
43 17 1941-1942 1941-1942
43 18 Newsclippings
43 19 Special issues and commodities, poultry, 1934-1937 1934-1937
43 20 Special issues and commodities, poultry, 1938-1942 1938-1942
43 21 Special issues and commodities, rodent control, 1933-1936 (See also Special issues and commodities, pests) 1933-1936
43 22 Special issues and commodities, seeds, 1937-1939 1937-1939
43 23 Special issues and commodities, seeds, 1940-1942 1940-1942
43 24 Special issues and commodities, soil erosion, 1934-1935, June 1934-June 1935
43 25 Special issues and commodities, soil erosion, 1935, July-Dec. July 1935-December 1935
43 26 Special issues and commodities, soil erosion, 1936 1936
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, sugar 1933-1942
Box
Folder
44 1 1933 1933
44 2 1934-1936 1934-1936
44 3 1937, Feb.-Apr. February 1937-April 1937
44 4 1937, May-Dec. May 1937-December 1937
44 5 1938, Jan.-June January 1938-June 1938
44 6 1938, July-Dec. July 1938-December 1938
44 7 1939, Jan.-June January 1939-June 1939
44 8 1939, July-Dec. July 1939-December 1939
44 9 1939, general 1939
44 10 1940, Jan.-Mar. January 1940-March 1940
44 11 1940, Apr.-June April 1940-June 1940
44 12 1940, July-Dec. July 1940-December 1940
44 13 1941, Jan.-Mar. January 1941-March 1941
44 14 1941, Apr.-July April 1941-July 1941
44 15 1941, Aug.-Dec. August 1941-December 1941
44 16 1942, Jan.-May January 1942-May 1942
44 17 1942, June-Dec. June 1942-December 1942
44 18 Newsclippings, ca. 1937-1939 ca. 1937-1939
44 19 Newsclippings, ca. 1940-1942 ca. 1940-1942
44 20 Special issues and commodities, tobacco, 1934-1942 1934-1942
44 21 Special issues and commodities, vegetables, 1934-1942 1934-1942
44 22 Special issues and commodities, weed control, 1935-1941 1935-1941
Subseries: Special issues and commodities, wheat 1928-1949
Box
Folder
45 1
45 2 1936, July-Dec. July 1936-December 1936
45 3 1937, Jan.-Sept. January 1937-September 1937
45 4 1937, Nov.-Dec. November 1937-December 1937
45 5 1938, Jan.-June January 1938-June 1938
45 6 1938, July-Dec. July 1938-December 1938
45 7 1939, Jan.-June January 1939-June 1939
45 8 1939, July-Dec. July 1939-December 1939
45 9 1940, Jan.-Apr. January 1940-April 1940
45 10 1940, May-Dec. May 1940-December 1940
45 11 1941, Jan.-July January 1941-July 1941
45 12 1941, Aug.-Dec. August 1941-December 1941
45 13 1942-1949 1942-1949
45 14 Newsclippings, ca. 1937-1938 ca. 1937-1938
45 15 Newsclippings, ca. 1939 ca. 1939
45 16 Newsclippings, ca. 1940-1942 ca. 1940-1942
45 17 1931-1937 1931-1937
45 18 1938 1938
45 19 1939 1939
45 20 1940-1942 1940-1942
45 21 Newsclippings ca. 1933-1942
46 1 Agriculture in Oregon 1931-1940
46 2 Agriculture in Oregon, county farm committee reports 1938
46 3 Agriculture in Oregon, county farm committee reports 1938
46 4 Agriculture in Oregon, newsclippings
46 5 Farm machinery 1935-1937
46 6 Farm machinery 1938-1939
46 7 Farm machinery 1940-1942
46 8 Agricultural labor 1937-1941
46 9 Agricultural labor 1942
46 10 Agricultural labor, newsclippings
46 11 Processing taxes 1924-1938
46 12 Processing taxes 1939-1942
46 13 Processing taxes, newsclippings (See also Speech files)

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Series:  Extended subject files, irrigation, 1916-1942
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Subseries: General correspondence 1916-1942
Box
Folder
46 14 1916-1932 1916-1932
46 15 1933 1933
46 16 1934 1934
46 17 1935-1936 1935-1936
46 18 1937 1937
46 19 1938 1938
46 20 1939 1939
46 21 1940 1940
46 22 1941 1941
46 23 1942, Jan.-June January 1942-June 1942
46 24 1942, July-Dec. July 1942-December 1942
46 25 Newsclippings
Box
Folder
47 1 Appropriations and legislation 1935-June 1939
47 2 Appropriations and legislation July 1939-1941
47 3 Repayment Commission on Federal and Indian Reclamation Projects (George T. Cochran) 1937-1938
Subseries: National Reclamation Association 1934-1941
Box
Folder
47 4 1934-1936 1934-1936
47 5 1937 1937
47 6 1938 1938
47 7 1939 1939
47 8 1940-1941 1940-1941
Subseries: Columbia Basin Project 1940-1942
Box
Folder
47 9 1940 1940
47 10 1941, Jan.-May January 1941-May 1941
47 11 1941, June-Dec. June 1941-December 1941
47 12 1942, Jan.-Mar. January 1942-March 1942
47 13 1942, Apr.-Dec. April 1942-December 1942
Subseries: Irrigation and hydroelectric power 1926-1942
Box
Folder
47 14 1926, 1935-1936 1926, 1935-1936
47 15 1937-1938 1937-1938
47 16 1939 1939
47 17 1940 1940
47 18 1941, Jan.-May January 1941-May 1941
47 19 1941, June-Dec. June 1941-December 1941
47 20 1942 1942
47 21 Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1933-1941
47 22 Irrigation and roads 1938
47 23 New River case 1942
47 24 Case-Wheeler bill 1937-1941
48 1 Water facilities program 1938-1939
48 2 Water facilities program 1940-1942
48 3 Claims against the federal government 1940-1942
48 4 Oregon Reclamation Congress 1935-1940
Subseries: Oregon irrigation reservoirs 1933-1942
Box
Folder
48 5 1933 1933
48 6 1934, Jan.-Apr. January 1934-April 1934
48 7 1934, Aug.-Dec. August 1934-December 1934
48 8 1935, Jan.-May January 1935-May 1935
48 9 1935, June-Dec. June 1935-December
48 10 1936 1936
48 11 1937-1938 1937-1938
48 12 1939-1940 1939-1940
48 13 1941-1942 1941-1942
48 14 Newsclippings 1933-1941
48 15 Crooked River Dam project 1935-1941
48 16 Crooked River Dam project, newsclippings
48 17 John Day project 1932-1938
Subseries: Oregon irrigation districts 1933-1942
Box
Folder
48 18 Miscellaneous districts ca. 1935-1940
48 19 Baker County 1933-1936
48 20 Baker County 1937-1941
48 21 Baker County, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Burnt River Investigations October 1934
48 22 Baker County, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Baker Project Investigations October 1934
48 23 Crook County, (newsclippings) 1935-1941
49 1 Deschutes County, 1932 and earlier materials 1932
49 2 Deschutes County 1933
49 3 Deschutes County 1934-1936
49 4 Deschutes County January 1937-September 1937
49 5 Deschutes County November 1937-December 1937
49 6 Deschutes County 1938
49 7 Deschutes County 1939-1942
49 8 Deschutes County, newsclippings
49 9 Deschutes County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes River- Oregon storage investigations progress report May 13, 1935
49 10 Deschutes County, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Investigations--Oregon, Part 2, Crooked River Project May 1936
49 11 Deschutes County, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Investigations, Oregon, 1934-35, Part I, Storage Investigations, July 1936 1934-1936
49 12 Deschutes County, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Investigations, Oregon, 1934-35, Part I, Storage Investigations, July 1936 1934-1936
49 13 Deschutes County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Investigations, Oregon, 1935-36, Part III, North Unit Project, July 1936 1935-1936
49 14 Deschutes County, "Economic Report to the U. S. Reclamation Service on North Unit of the Deschutes Project; by Jefferson Water Conservancy District October 1936
49 15 Deschutes County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Investigations, Oregon, Plainview Project from Suttle Lake February 1937
49 16 Deschutes County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Crooked River Project, Oregon April 1940
49 17 Deschutes County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Project, Earthwork and Structures, Station 28 & 24 to Station 110 & 00, North Unit Main Canal ca. January 1941
49 18 Deschutes County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Project, Crooked River Crossing, North Unit Main Canal ca. September 1941
49 19 Deschutes County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Deschutes Project, Tunnels Nos. 1 and 2, North Unit Main Canal ca. December 1941
49 20 Klamath County 1926, 1931-1935
49 21 Klamath County 1936-1937
49 22 Klamath County 1938-1941
49 23 Klamath County 1942
49 24 Klamath County, Enterprise District 1935-1936
50 1 Klamath County, Enterprise District 1937
50 2 Klamath County, Enterprise District 1938-1940
50 3 Klamath County, duty-of-water issue 1936-1940
50 4 Klamath County, duty-of-water issue 1941
50 5 Klamath County, Horsefly District 1940-1942
50 6 Klamath County, Tule Lake District 1932-1934
50 7 Klamath County, Tule Lake District 1935-1937
50 8 Klamath County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Klamath Project, Modoc Unit, "Report on Punning from Tule Lake and Wildlife Refuge Development," April 1938
50 9 Klamath County, Tule Lake District 1938-1939
50 10 Klamath County, Tule Lake District 1940-1941
50 11 Klamath County, Tule Lake District, newsclippings
50 12 Klamath County, selected newsclippings on irrigation and power ca. 1935
50 13 Lake County, Chewaucan River 1934-1940
50 14 Lake County, "Water Utilization in the Chewaucan River Basin," 1938, with maps and graphs 1938
50 15 Malheur County 1932-1934
50 16 Malheur County 1935-1936
50 17 Malheur County 1937
50 18 Malheur County 1938
50 19 Malheur County 1939
50 20 Malheur County 1940
50 21 Malheur County 1941
50 22 Malheur County, Bully Creek 1937-1941
50 23 Malheur County, newsclippings
50 24 Morrow County 1938-1939
50 25 Umatilla County 1932-1935
50 26 Umatilla County 1936-1938
50 27 Umatilla County 1939-1941
50 28 Umatilla County, newsclippings
51 1 Umatilla County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Report on the Pendleton Project, Umatilla River Investigations April 1935
51 2 Umatilla County, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation report, Butter Creek Project and Teel Irrigation District October 1935
51 3 Wasco County 1936-1939
51 4 Wasco County 1940-1941
51 5 Arizona irrigation projects
51 6 California irrigation projects
51 7 Idaho and Washington irrigation projects
51 8 Soil erosion control 1936-1939
51 9 Soil erosion control (See Box 64, files 10 and 11, for miscellaneous power and irrigation notes) 1940-1942

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Series:  Extended subject files, Columbia River improvement and development, 1931-1942
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
51 10 1931-1932 1931-1932
51 11 1933 1933
51 12 1934 1934
51 13 1935, Jan.-Feb. January 1935-February 1935
51 14 1935, Mar.-Dec. March 1935-December 1935
51 15 1936 1936
51 16 1937 1937
51 17 1938 1938
51 18 1939-1942 1939-1942
51 19 Newsclippings
51 20 Ports and shipping 1935-1942
51 21 Port of the Mlles 1933-1941
Subseries: Umatilla Dam Project 1931-1942
Box
Folder
51 22 1933-1934 1933-1934
51 23 1935 1935
51 24 1936-1937 1936-1937
51 25 1938 1938
51 26 Newsclippings
52 1 Umatilla Rapids Association, brief, "The Umatilla Rapids Project, Oregon-¬Washington--Idaho," December 20, 1927
52 2 Umatilla Rapids Association, brief, "The Umatilla Rapids Project, Oregon-¬Washington--Idaho," January 1, 1931
52 3 Pendleton Chamber of Commerce, brief, "Flood Control on the Umatilla River," May 5, 1933
52 4 Inland Empire Maritime Conference, "A Brief Petitioning for the Modification of the Specifications of the Locks for Bonneville Dam," December 1933
52 5 Inland Empire Waterways Association, "Umatilla Rapids Dam and Snake River Improvement," 1935-1936
52 6 Inland Empire Waterways Association, brief of argument, "Umatilla Rapids Dam and Snake River Improvement," March 16, 1936
52 7 Columbia River sea locks 1933
52 8 Columbia River sea locks 1934-1935
52 9 Columbia River sea locks, newsclippings

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Series:  Extended subject files, power, 1932-1942
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Subseries: Power issues, general, including public vs. private power 1932-1942
Box
Folder
52 10 ca. 1932-1936 ca. 1932-1936
52 11 "Sixth Annual Report of the Power Authority of the State of New York," December 31, 1936
52 12 1937, Jan.-July January 1937-July 1937
52 13 1937, Aug.-Dec. August 1937-December 1937
52 14 1938 1938
52 15 1939 1939
52 16 1940-1941 1940-1941
52 17 1942-1943 1942-1943
52 18 Rankin, J. E., correspondence 1934-1941
52 19 Rankin, J. E., speeches 1934-1939
52 20 Burns & McDonnell correspondence 1937-1941
52 21 Public Ownership League and related associations, (See file 53/28) 1937-1941
52 22 Federal Power Commission releases, 1938, June-Aug.; Electric Rate Surveys of various states, Jan. 1, 1935 1935-1938
52 23 Oregon state power bills introduced by Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works ca. Feb. 9, 1935
52 24 "Hydraulics of the Miami Flood Control Project," Technical Report, Part VII, Dayton, Ohio, 1920
52 25 Notes on costs of hydroelectric stations
52 26 Notes on engineering, unidentified
53 1 Newsclippings 1930-1937
53 2 Newsclippings 1938-1939
53 3 Newsclippings 1940-1942
Subseries: Power issues in the West, including public vs. private power 1915-1942
Box
Folder
53 4 1935-1940 1935-1940
53 5 Maps: Lake County, 1938; Columbia River Power Project Commission, State of Oregon, 1915
53 6 1941, Mar.-Sept. March 1941-September 1941
53 7 1941, Oct.-Dec. October 1941-December 1941
53 8 Pierce speech ca. Apr. 28, 1941
53 9 1942 1942
Subseries: Power, regional issues 1930-1942
Box
Folder
53 10 Alabama, Muscle Shoals 1930-1937
53 11 Boulder Dam 1933-1941
53 12 California ca. 1939-1941
53 13 Canada 1932, 1937-1942
53 14 Canada, Winnipeg, city reports 1937-1940
53 15 Idaho 1935-1942
53 16 New York and Niagara Falls, (See also files 60/1-8) 1932-1942
53 17 New York: Federal Power Commission, "Retail Rates of the Niagara Hudson Power Corporation . . ." ca. 1937
53 18 Tennessee Valley Authority 1934-1938
53 19 Texas ca. 1940
53 20 Washington, Seattle 1933-1942
53 21 Washington, City of Seattle, Dept. of Lighting reports 1930-1939
53 22 Washington, Tacoma, Spokane 1935-1942
53 23 Wisconsin ca. 1937
53 24 Power and conservation bills, Nebraska, George W. Norris 1933-1941
53 25 Power and conservation bills, TVA, J. E. Rankin 1934-1942
Subseries: Public vs. private power, special aspects 1928-1941
Box
Folder
53 26 Power and taxes ca. 1939-1940
53 27 Diesel and steam power 1937-1940
53 28 Popular Government League, Judson King, (See also file 52/21) 1928-1941
53 29 Wendell Willkie on power 1940-1941
Subseries: Federal regulation of private power companies 1934-1940
Box
Folder
54 1 Federal Trade Commission 1934-1935
54 2 Federal Trade Commission 1935-1941
54 3 Holding companies, general 1933-1939
54 4 Holding companies, general 1940
54 5 Holding companies, Rayburn bill 1931, 1934-1935
54 6 Holding company bill, anti-Rayburn January 27, 1935
54 7 Holding companies, Rayburn bill 1936-1940
54 8 Newsclippings
Subseries: Columbia Valley Authority 1934-1949
Box
Folder
54 9 1934-1940 1934-1940
54 10 1941, Jan.-Apr. January 1941-April 1941
54 11 1941, May-June May 1941-June 1941
54 12 1941, July-Aug. July 1941-August 1941
54 13 1941, Sept. September 1941
54 14 1941, Oct.-Nov. October 1941-November 1941
54 15 1942, Jan.-May January 1942-May 1942
54 16 1942, June June 1942
54 17 1942, July-Dec. July 1942-December 1942
54 18 1942, ca. June, speech June 1942
54 19 ca. 1942, notes and speeches on the Bone bill 1942
54 20 Power district maps for Oregon, Washington and Idaho, ca. 1936-1937 ca. 1936-1937
54 21 Speakers' Manual, 1949 1949
54 22 Newsclippings
Subseries: Bonneville Dam, legislative bills establishing; correspondence, reports and notes 1934-1942
Box
Folder
55 1 ca. 1934-1936 1934-1936
55 2 1937, Feb.-June February 1937-June 1937
55 3 1937, July-Dec. July 1937-December 1937
55 4 1940 1940
55 5 1941 1941
55 6 1942 1942
55 7 Comparative analyses of 3 Columbia River bills by Arthur Goldschmidt January 24, 1942
Subseries: Bonneville Dam, appropriations bills 1933-1941
Box
Folder
55 8 1933-1936 1933-1936
55 9 1937-1938 1937-1938
55 10 1939-1941 1939-1941
55 11 Newsclippings
Subseries: Bonneville Dam, general correspondence
Box
Folder
55 12 1926-1932 1926-1932
55 13 1933 1933
55 14 1934 1934
55 15 1935 1935
55 16 1936 1936
55 17 1937, Jan.-Apr. January 1937-April 1937
55 18 1937, May 1-19 May 1, 1937-May 19, 1937
55 19 1937, May 20-31 May 20, 1937-May 31, 1937
55 20 1937, June 1-11 June 1, 1937-June 11, 1937
55 21 1937, June 12-30 June 12, 1937-June 30, 1937
55 22 1937, July July 1937
55 23 1937, Aug.-Oct. August 1937-October 1937
55 24 1937, Nov.-Dec. November 1937-December 1937
56 1 1938, Jan.-Feb. January 1938-February 1938
56 2 1938, Mar.-June March 1938-June 1938
56 3 1938, July-Dec. July 1938-December 1938
56 4 1939 1939
56 5 1940 1940
56 6 1941-1942, 1950, 1953 1941-1942, 1950, 1953
Subseries: Bonneville Dam, general 1930-1940
Box
Folder
56 7 Bonneville Project Releases (U.S. Dept. of the Interior), 1939-1940 (See file 64/12 for Project Releases of 1937-1938, oversize) 1937-1940
56 8 Bonneville project construction schedules and progress charts September 1938
56 9 Newsclippings ca. 1930-1938
56 10 Newsclippings ca. 1937-1938
56 11 Newsclippings ca. 1937-1938
56 12 Newsclippings ca. 1940's
56 13 Speeches, drafts and notes. (See also files 64/13-16 for more Bonneville speeches, oversize) 1937-1938
56 14 Speeches, drafts and notes. (See also files 64/13-16 for more Bonneville speeches, oversize) 1937-1938
56 15 Speeches, drafts and notes. (See also files 64/13-16 for more Bonneville speeches, oversize) 1937-1938
56 16 Speeches, drafts and notes. (See also files 64/13-16 for more Bonneville speeches, oversize) 1937-1938
Subseries: Bonneville Dam, correspondence with specific individuals 1937-1942
Box
Folder
56 17 Coulter, F. E. 1937
56 18 Dodson, W. D. B. 1937
56 19 Fortas, Abe 1941-1942
56 20 Harris, L. M. 1941
56 21 Humphrey, E. T., column "More Power to You" 1937-1939
56 22 Ickes, Harold 1942
56 23 Kahn, Stephen B. 1936-1941
56 24 Kellaher, Dan, Federal Municipal Ownership League 1936
56 25 Kelly, John W., editorials ca. 1939-1941
56 26 Kelty, Paul H., 1937; Kenin, Harry M., 1941 1937-1941
56 27 Lewis, John H. 1937
56 28 Raver, Paul (Bonneville administrator) 1939-1942
56 29 Robinson, E. G. 1939-1940
57 1 Ross, J. D. 1937
57 2 Ross, J. D. 1938
57 3 Ross, J. D. 1939-1940
57 4 Ross, J. D., newsclippings
57 5 Steele, R. E. 1941
57 6 Thompson, Carl D. 1938-1942
57 7 Watkins, Elton 1940-1941
57 8 Wheeler, John. L. 1939-1941
57 9 Wise, J. M. 1939-1942
57 10 Wolfsohn, Joel D. 1937
57 11 Yeoman, W., California-Oregon Power Company 1942
Subseries: Bonneville Dam, special aspects 1934-1942
Box
Folder
57 12 Bonneville administrator 1937-1938
57 13 Bonneville administrator 1937-1938
57 14 Bonneville administrator 1937-1938
57 15 Bonneville administrator, newsclippings
57 16 Claims against the government 1937-1941
57 17 Construction 1934-1939, Nov.
57 18 Construction 1939, Dec.-1941
57 19 Construction, newsclippings
57 20 Contracts, general 1939-1941
57 21 Contracts, Canby, Oregon 1940
57 22 Contracts, Cascade Locks 1937-1940
57 23 Contracts, Eugene ca. 1940
57 24 Contracts, McMinnville ca. 1940
57 25 Contracts, Portland General Electric Company ca. 1939-1940
57 26 Contracts, Salem ca. 1939-1941
57 27 Contracts, Seattle--Tacoma ca. 1940
57 28 Contracts, Washington, general ca. 1939-1941
57 29 Electric air heating ca. 1930-1937
57 30 Fertilizer industry 1937-1940
57 31 Fertilizer industry, newsclippings
57 32 Fish, conservation ca. 1935-1939
57 33 Oregon state Grange power legislation 1932-1942
58 1 Power rates 1936-1938
58 2 Power rates 1939
58 3 Power rates 1940-1941
58 4 Power rate charts (photographs)
58 5 Power rates, newsclippings
58 6 Tourist information
58 7 Transmission lines ca. May 1938
58 8 Transmission lines, Grand Coulee Dam 1939-1942
58 9 Transmission line data
Subseries: Bonneville Dam, industries, general 1936-1942
Box
Folder
58 10 1936-1939 1936-1939
58 11 1940, Jan.-Apr. January 1940-April 1940
58 12 1940, May-Sept. May 1940-September 1940
58 13 1940, Oct.-Dec. October 1940-December 1940
58 14 1941, Jan.-June January 1941-June 1941
58 15 1941, July-Aug. July 1941-August 1941
58 16 1941, Sept.-Dec. September 1941-December 1941
58 17 1942 1942
58 18 Newsclippings ca. 1937-1939
58 19 Newsclippings 1941-1942
58 20 Newsclippings 1941-1942
58 21 Labor 1937-1941
Subseries: Bonneville Darn, aluminum industry 1921-1941
Box
Folder
58 22 1941, Jan.-June January 1941-June 1941
58 23 1941, July-Aug. July 1941-August 1941
58 24 Pierce speech August 1941
58 25 1941, Sept.-Dec. September 1941-December 1941
59 1 1942 1942
59 2 Newsclippings 1941
59 3 Newsclippings 1942
59 4 Plans for aluminum plant siting, Troutdale vs. Cascade Locks July 22, 1941
59 5 ALCOA (Aluminum Company of America) 1937-1940
59 6 ALCOA (Aluminum Company of America) January 1941-September 1941
59 7 ALCOA (Aluminum Company of America) October 1941-December 1941
59 8 ALCOA (Aluminum Company of America) 1942
59 9 ALCOA, newsclippings
59 10 ALCOA, high voltage transmission line charts ca. 1921-1938
59 11 Senate Committee Investigating National Defense Program, investigation of ALCOA, digest of proceedings, Aug. 25-26, Sept. 15, 1941 1941
59 12 Senate Committee Investigating National Defense Program, investigation of ALCOA, verbatim record of proceedings August 25, 1941
59 13 U. S. A. vs. Aluminum Company of America, brief for U. S., Oct. 3, 1938; reply brief for U. S., June 16, 1939 1938-1939
59 14 U. S. A. vs. Aluminum Company of America, brief for U. S. December 2, 1940
59 15 U. S. A. vs. Aluminum Company of America, reply brief for U. S. January 10, 1941
60 1 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
60 2 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
60 3 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
60 4 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
60 5 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
60 6 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
60 7 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
60 8 Niagara Falls Power Company, Application for Amendment of License, Mar. 1, 1940, Parts I and II, Appendices B E, and related correspondence, 1941, Aug.-Nov. (See also files 53/16-17) 1940-1941
Subseries: Oregon public utility districts (P. U. D.'s) 1933-1942
Box
Folder
60 9 1933-1935 1933-1935
60 10 1938, Feb.-Mar. February 1938-March 1938
60 11 1938, Apr. April 1938
60 12 1938, May May 1938
60 13 1939, Jan.-Aug. January 1939-August 1939
60 14 1939, Sept.-Dec. September 1939-December 1939
60 15 1940 1940
60 16 1941-1942 1941-1942
60 17 Speeches
61 1 Newsclippings 1935-1938
61 2 Newsclippings 1939
61 3 Newsclippings 1940
61 4 Newsclippings 1941-1942
61 5 Baker County 1939-1941
61 6 Baker County, speeches and notes ca. 1941
61 7 Baker County, newsclippings
61 8 Clackamas County 1939-1940
61 9 Clackamas County 1941
61 10 Columbia County 1939-1940
61 11 Coos County 1940
61 12 Crook and Curry Counties 1939
61 13 Deschutes County 1940-1941
61 14 Gilliam County 1942
61 15 Grant County 1940
61 16 Harney County 1939
61 17 Hood River County 1938-1942
61 18 Hood River County, newsclippings
61 19 Jefferson and Josephine Counties 1941
61 20 Klamath County 1941
61 21 Lake County ca. 1940
61 22 Lane County 1933-1940
61 23 Lincoln County 1939-1941
61 24 Linn County 1938-1940
61 25 Malheur County 1942
61 26 Marion County 1936-1941
61 27 Multnomah County 1933-March 1940
61 28 Multnomah County April 1940-1941
61 29 Multnomah County, newsclippings 1939-1940
61 30 Multnomah County, newsclippings 1940-1941
61 31 Polk County 1942
61 32 Tillamook County 1936-1942
61 33 Umatilla County 1938-1942
61 34 Union County 1935-1941
61 35 Union County 1942
62 1 Union County, speeches ca. 1942
62 2 Union County, newsclippings
62 3 Union County, newsclippings
62 4 Wallowa County 1940
62 5 Wasco County 1938-1942
62 6 Wasco County, newsclippings
62 7 Washington County 1937-1942
62 8 Yamhill County 1935-1942
Subseries: Oregon private utilities
Box
Folder
62 9 1934-1944 1934-1944
62 10 Newsclippings
62 11 Newsclippings
62 12 Mountain States Power Company 1939-1940
62 13 Northwestern Electric Company 1937-1941
62 14 Portland General Electric Power Company 1934-1941
62 15 Portland General Electric Power Company, newsclippings
Subseries: Oregon municipal power companies 1933-1941
Box
Folder
62 16 ca. 1937-1941 ca. 1937-1941
62 17 Forest Grove 1939-1941
62 18 Newsclippings, general
Box
Folder
62 19 Oregon Public Utilities Commission 1933-1940
62 20 Oregon power rates (Federal Power Commission) 1937-1939
Subseries: Official Stenographer's Report before the Federal Power Commission. Subject: Northwestern Electric Company, Pacific Power & Light Company, Portland General Electric Company, Puget Sound Power and Light Company, Washington Water Power Company; Docket # IT-5647 1940
Box
Folder
62 21 pp. 1-139, Oct. 14
62 22 pp. 140-279, Oct. 15
62 23 pp. 280-295, Oct. 16, and pp. 296-432, Oct. 18
62 24 pp. 433-507, Oct. 21, and pp. 508-548, Oct. 22
62 25 pp. 549-751, Oct. 23
63 1 pp. 752-907, Oct. 25
63 2 pp. 908-975, Oct. 26, and pp. 976-978, Oct. 28
63 3 pp. 979-1107, Oct. 29
63 4 pp. 1108-1234, Oct. 30
63 5 pp. 1235-1438, Oct. 31
63 6 pp. 1439-1606, Nov. 1
63 7 pp. 1607-1738, Nov. 4
63 8 pp. 1739-1891, Nov. 6
63 9 pp. 1892-2062, Nov. 7
63 10 pp. 2063-2190, Nov. 8
63 11 pp. 2191-2320, No. 9
63 12 pp. 2321-2466, Nov. 12
63 13 pp. 2467-2644, Nov. 13
63 14 pp. 2645-2788, Nov. 14
63 15 pp. 2789-3027, Nov. 15
63 16 pp. 3028-3203, Nov. 16
63 17 pp. 3204-3309, Nov. 18, and pp. 3310-3406, Nov. 19
63 18 pp. 3407-3427, Nov. 20, and pp. 3428-3527, Nov. 22
63 19 pp. 3528-3583, Nov. 23, and pp. 3584-3778, Nov. 25
63 20 pp. 3779-3879, Nov. 26, and pp. 3880-4026, Nov. 27
63 21 pp. 4027-4168, Nov. 28
64 1 pp. 4169-4285, Nov. 29, and pp. 4286-4339, Nov. 30
64 2 pp. 4340-4466, Dec. 4
64 3 pp. 4467-4640, Dec. 5
64 4 pp. 4641-4759, Dec. 6
64 5 pp. 4760-4866, Dec. 9
64 6 pp. 4867-5008, Dec. 10
64 7 pp. 5009-5164, Dec. 16
64 8 pp. 5165-5295, Dec. 17
64 9 Special pp. 1-9, Nov. 26, and pp. 1-18, Nov. 29
64 10 Miscellaneous irrigation and power notes
64 11 Miscellaneous irrigation and power notes
64 12 Bonneville Project releases, ca. 1937-1938 (See file 56/7 for 1939-1940 releases) 1937-1938
64 13 Bonneville speeches and drafts (See also files 56/13-16) ca. 1936-1938
64 14 Bonneville speeches and drafts (See also files 56/13-16) ca. 1936-1938
64 15 Speeches, Columbia River and power ca. 1936-1938, 1940-1943
64 16 Bonneville, notes
Subseries: Rural Electrification Administration 1934-1942
Box
Folder
64a 1 1934-1935 1934-1935
64a 2 1936 1936
64a 3 1937, Jan.-July January 1937-July 1937
64a 4 1937, Aug.-Dec. August 1937-December 1937
64a 5 Pierce speech August 21, 1937
64a 6 1938 1938
64a 7 1939 1939
64a 8 1940, Jan.-May January 1940-May 1940
64a 9 1940, June-Dec. June 1940-December 1940
64a 10 1941, Jan.-Apr. January 1941-April 1941
64a 11 1941, May-Aug. May 1941-August 1941
64a 12 1941, Sept.-Dec. Sptember 1941-December 1941
64a 13 1942 1942
64a 14 Newsclippings 1937-1939
64a 15 Newsclippings 1940
64a 16 Newsclippings 1941-1942

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Series:  Extended subject files, war (World War II), 1938-1941
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Subseries: General correspondence 1938-1941
Box
Folder
65 1 1938-1939, Sept. 17 1938-September 17, 1939
65 2 1939, Sept. 18-22 September 18, 1939-September 22, 1939
65 3 1939, Sept. 23-30 September 23, 1939-September 30, 1939
65 4 1939, Oct. 1-10 October 1, 1939-October 10, 1939
65 5 1939, Oct. 11-18 October 11, 1939-October 18, 1939
65 6 1939, Oct. 19-31 October 19, 1939-October 31, 1939
65 7 1939, Nov.-Dec. November 1939-December 1939
65 8 Anti-war petitions September 1939
65 9 Postcards on war issue September 1939-October 1939
65 10 1940, Jan.-May January 1940-May 1940
65 11 1940, June 1-11 June 1, 1940-June 11, 1940
65 12 1940, June 12-20 June 12, 1940-June 20, 1940
65 13 1940, June 21-30 June 21, 1940-June 30, 1940
65 14 Postcards June 1940
65 15 1940, July July 1940
65 16 1940, Aug. 1-15 August 1, 1940-August 15, 1940
65 17 1940, Aug. 16-23 August 16, 1940-August 23, 1940
65 18 1940, Aug. 24-31 August 24, 1940-August 31, 1940
65 19 1940, Sept. 1-14 September 1, 1940-September 14, 1940
65 20 1940, Sept. 15-Nov. September 15, 1940-November 1940
65 21 1940, Dec. December 1940
65 22 1941, Jan. 1-17 January 1, 1941-January 17, 1941
65 23 1941, Jan. 18-31 January 18, 1941-January 31, 1941
65 24 1941, ca. Jan. ca. January 1941
65 25 Postcards on war issue January 1941
65 26 1941, Feb. February 1941
65 27 1941, Mar.-Apr. March 1941-April 1941
66 1 1941, May May 1941
66 2 Postcards on war issue February 1941-May 1941
66 3 1941, June June 1941
66 4 1941, July July 1941
66 5 1941, Aug. August 1941
66 6 1941, Sept. September 1941
66 7 1941, Oct. October 1941
66 8 1941, Nov. November 1941
66 9 1941, Dec.-1942, Jan. December 1941-January 1942
66 10 Postcards on war issue June 1941-December 1941
66 11 Newsclippings 1941
Subseries: War, special aspects 1941-1942
Box
Folder
66 12 U. S. A. entrance into World War II 1941-December 1942
66 13 Casualties February 1942-September 1942
66 14 Casualty lists, Wake Island and Guam February 1942
66 15 Prisoner casualty lists, official releases March 1942-August 1942
66 16 Censorship 1942
66 17 Draft extension 1941-1942
66 18 "Fifth Column" activities 1940-1942
66 19 War industries in Oregon, general 1941-June 1942
66 20 War industries in Oregon, general July 1942-December 1942
66 21 Rubber production May 1942-September 1942
Subseries: Oregon defense projects, proposed 1940-1942
Box
Folder
66 22 Army Bombing Field, Arlington or Bend 1940
66 23 Hermiston project August 1940-March 1942
66 24 Hermiston, Stanfield School maintenance project March 1941-December 1941
66 25 Baker Munitions Plant February 1941-August 1941
66 26 Eastern Oregon Army Hospital March 1942-April 1942
66 27 Hot Lake Hospital site 1940-April 1942
66 28 Lake County Gunnery Range January 1942-February 1942
Box
Folder
67 1 Labor, defense industry issues April 1941-April 1942
67 2 National War Labor Board releases January 1942-June 1942
67 3 War Manpower Commission releases April 1942-November 1942
Subseries: Pamphlets and printed letters 1932-1941
Box
Folder
67 4 1932-1933, 1938-1939, Sept. 1932-1933, 1938-September 1939
67 5 1939, Oct.-Dec. October 1939-December 1939
67 6 General 1939
67 7 1940, Jan.-May January 1940-May 1940
67 8 1940, June-Aug. June 1940-August 1940
67 9 1940, Sept.-Dec. September 1940-December 1940
67 10 General 1940
67 11 1941, Jan.-Feb. January 1941-February 1941
67 12 1941, Mar.-Apr. March 1941-April 1941
67 13 1941, May May 1941
67 14 1941, June June 1941
67 15 1941, July-Aug. July 1941-August 1941
67 16 1941, Sept.-Dec. September 1941-December 1941
67 17 General 1941
67 18 General 1941
68 1 General 1941
68 2 Associated news materials 1941

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Series:  Legislative bill file (bills introduced by Pierce; see file 72/35 for lists of all bills introduced by him in 73rd through 77th Congresses), 1933-1941
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Subseries: 73rd Congress 1933-1934
Box
Folder
68 3 H.R. 4546 Langell Valley bill April 3, 1933
68 4 H.R. 4934 Fremont National Forest revision April 12, 1933
68 5 H.R. 4943 Ochoco National Forest additions April 12, 1933
68 6 H.R. 4966 For the relief of Wallace E. Ordway March 9, 1933
68 7 H.R. 4967 For the relief of Fred Herrick, 1933, Apr. 12; H.R. 7344 Forest Exchange Act extension, 1934, Jan. 25 April 12, 1933 & January 25, 1934
68 8 H.R. 7379 For the relief of Milburn Knapp March 9, 1933
68 9 H.R. 7595 Grazing district in Klamath County February 2, 1934
68 10 H.R. 7690 Pension for Thomas A. Rinehart March 1933
68 11 H.R. 7801 Bridge at The Dalles February 1934
68 12 H.R. 7856 Warm Springs Indian Reservation sawmills February 10, 1934
68 13 H.R. 8431 Payment to Snake or Piute tribes of former Malheur Indian Reservation, 1934, Mar. 2; H.R. 8640 Malheur National Forest land additions, 1934, Mar. 14 March 1934
68 14 H.R. 9008 Reimbursable loan to Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin/Snake tribes March 1934
68 15 H.R. 9122 Inspection of oleomargarine processing April 13, 1934
Subseries: 74th Congress 1935-1936
Box
Folder
68 16 Bills supported by Pierce, 74th Congress
68 17 Bills supported by Pierce, 74th Congress
68 18 H.R. 1998 Extension of Forest Exchange Act provisions to lands adjacent to national forests in Oregon January 3, 1935
68 19 H.R. 1999 Mining claims on public lands January 3, 1935
68 20 .R. 2000 Amendments to Criminal Code; H.R. 2002, Establishing bimetallic system of currency January 3, 1935
68 21 H.R. 2001 Oleomargarine standards and related bills January 1935
68 22 H.R. 2322 For relief of Fred Herrick January 3, 1935
68 23 H.R. 2896 Authorization of lawsuit by Snake or Piute tribe January 3, 1935
68 24 H.R. 4082 Relief of St. Anthony's Hospital, Pendleton, Oregon January 16, 1935
68 25 H.R. 4355 Relief of agriculture and agricultural producers January 21, 1935
68 26 H.R. 4458 Extend provisions of Forest Exchange Act near Whitman National Forest January 22, 1935
68 27 H.R. 4459 Inclusion of certain public lands in Deschutes National Forest January 22, 1935
68 28 H.R. 4460 Addition of lands to Ochoco National Forest January 22, 1935
68 29 H.R. 5728 Prohibit use of the mails for taking a straw vote February 14, 1935
68 30 H.R. 5925 Addition of lands to Malheur National Forest February 19, 1935
68 31 H.R. 6266 Pension for Matilda Jane Hart February 27, 1935
68 32 H.R. 6494 Relief for certain counties in Oregon March 6, 1935
68 33 H.R. 6506 Providing for final enrollment of members of Klamath Indian Reservation March 7, 1935
68 34 H.R. 6773 To deepen irrigation channel between Clear Lake and Lost River, California February 24, 1936
68 35 H.R. 6776 To amend Section 36 of the Emergency Farm Mortgage Act of 1933 March 15, 1935
68 36 H.R. 6776 To amend Section 36 of the Emergency Farm Mortgage Act of 1933 March 15, 1935
68 37 H.R. 6790 For relief of George Redhawk and Gilbert E. Connor March 1935
68 38 H.R. 7327 Authorizing establishment of revolving fund for Klamath Indians April 6, 1935
68 39 H.R. 7453 To extend Forest Exchange Act to add certain lands to Umatilla and Whitman National Forests April 11, 1935
68 40 H.R. 7899 To provide for licensing to take water from the government main, Cascade Locks, Oregon May 4, 1935
68 41 H.R. 8995 To authorize facilities for navigation on the Columbia River July 30, 1935
68 42 H.R. 9483 To extend Forest Exchange Act in relation to certain lands, in the Umatilla and Whitman National Forests January 1936
68 43 H.R. 9484 To amend Section 36 of Emergency Farm Mortgage Act of 1933 January 3, 1936
68 44 H.R. 10001 To amend act authorizing certain Indian tribes to submit claims to the Court of Claims January 9, 1936
68 45 H.R. 10322 For the relief of veterans of the Spanish-American war January 16, 1936
68 46 H.R. 10671 For taxation of oleomargarine January 28, 1936
69 1 H.R. 11151 To amend Section 401 of act to amend Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act of Mar. 16, 1934 February 13, 1936
69 2 H.R. 11658 To authorize facilities for navigation on the Columbia River March 6, 1936
69 3 S.J. Res. 134 To provide for Court of Claims inquiry on losses sustained by cooperative marketing associations in grain June 1936
69 4 H.R. 11821 To correct error in Section 16 of Agricultural Adjustment Act March 16, 1936
69 5 H.R. 12217 and 12218 Regarding payments, inheritance rights and enrollment on Klamath Indian Reservation April 8, 1936
69 6 H.R.12875 To authorize facilities for navigation of the Columbia River May 27, 1936
69 7 H.R. 12876 To waive exclusive jurisdiction over premises of resettlement or rural rehabilitation projects June 29, 1936
69 8 H. Res. 381 To create a committee to investigate the conducting of polls January 3, 1936
69 9 H.J. Res. 471 Proposing amendment to the Constitution conferring authority to Congress to legislate for U.S. economic welfare January 28, 1936
69 10 S.J. Res. 38 For the adjustment and settlement of losses sustained by the cooperative marketing associations April 1, 1936
Subseries: 75th Congress 1937-1938
Box
Folder
69 11 Senate bills supported by Pierce, 75th Congress
69 12 House bills supported by Pierce, 75th Congress
69 13 Supreme Court decision on payment of lands taken from Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin/Snake Indians October 1937
69 14 H.R. 2255 Taxation of oleomargarine January 8, 1937
69 15 H.R. 2256 To prohibit use of the mails for taking a straw vote January 8, 1937
69 16 H.R. 2274 For relief of persons who served in foreign service during the Spanish-American war January 8, 1937
69 17 H.R. 3622 To amend Section 410 of act to amend Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act of Mar. 16, 1934 January 27, 1937
69 18 H.R. 5248 Improvement of Columbia and Snake Rivers in Oregon and Idaho March 2, 1937
69 19 H.R. 5301 Authorizing Snake/Piute Indians of former Malheur Indian Reservation to sue in Court of Claims March 3, 1937
69 20 H.R. 5586 Construction of 4 bridges over U.S. Reclamation's "A" canal in Klamath Falls; H.R. 5693 Providing for cancellation of certain charges against Klamath Drainage District March 1937
69 21 H.R. 5718 Authorizing Snake/Piute Indians of former Malheur Indian Reservation to sue in Court of Claims March 17, 1937
69 22 H.R. 5760 To amend the Social Security Act with respect to the term "agricultural labor" March 18, 1937
69 23 H.R. 5942 To provide for acquisition of state and county-owned lands for grazing districts March 25, 1937
69 24 H.R. 5974 To authorize payments instead of allotments to certain members of the Klamath Indian Reservation March 29, 1937
69 25 H.R. 5975 Establishing per diem payments for members of Klamath business committee and official delegates to Washington D.C. March 29, 1937
69 26 H.R. 5976 Establishing revolving loan fund for Klamath Indians March 29, 1937
69 27 H.R. 6070 To authorize flood control survey, Willow Creek, Oregon April 1, 1937
69 28 H.R. 6071 Reimbursement of Klamath Indian tribal funds for expenditures on irrigation works April 1, 1937
69 29 H.R. 6387 To authorize completion, maintenance and operation of the Bonneville project for navigation and flood control April 1937
69 30 H.R. 6765 To repeal acts of Congress . . . as they affect the Klamath Indian Reservation April 29, 1937
69 31 H.R. 7399 For relief of William Edward Bennett June 4, 1937
69 32 H.R. 7500 For relief of Shelba Jennings June 11, 1937
69 33 H.R. 7623 To amend the rural electrification act, 1937, June 22; H.R. 7836 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act relating to hops, 1937, July 12 June 1937-July 1937
69 34 H.R. 7874 For leasing of lands for improvement and development of grazing districts July 15, 1937
69 35 H.R. 8846 To provide for free importation of flaxscutching machinery January 6, 1938
69 36 H.R. 8889 To amend the act establishing the Civilian Conservation Corps January 10, 1938
69 37 H.R. 9128 Authorization to pay officials of the Klamath Indian Tribe January 24, 1938
69 38 H.R. 9217 Authorizing Sec. of War to convey certain lands to Cascade Locks June 1939
69 39 H.R. 9476 For examination and survey of the Columbia River, The Dalles, Oregon February 14, 1938
69 40 H.R. 9523 To add certain lands to Ochoco National Forest February 18, 1938
69 41 H.R. 10222 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act to include bent-grass seed April 11, 1938
69 42 H.R. 10249 To amend the act establishing the Civilian Conservation Corps April 12, 1938
69 43 H.R. 10606 Providing for the final enrollment of Indians of the Klamath Indian Reservation May 11, 1938
69 44 H.J. Res. 93 Proposing amendment to the Constitution conferring authority on Congress to legislate for U.S. social and economic welfare January 8, 1937
69 45 Miscellaneous house resolutions supported by Pierce 1937-1938
69 46 H.J. Res. 328 Proposing amendment to the Constitution relating to nominations of candidates for President and Vice-President April 20, 1937
Subseries: 76th Congress 1939
Box
Folder
69 47 H.R. 196 Provides for control and eradication of noxious weeds January 3, 1939
69 48 H.R. 860 For relief of Lofts and Sons January 3, 1939
69 49 H.R. 886 Construction of the Umatilla Dam on the Columbia River, 1939, ca. Jan. 3; correspondence 1938-1940, with speeches, notes and newsclippings January 3, 1939
69 50 H.R. 886 Construction of the Umatilla Dam on the Columbia River, 1939, ca. Jan. 3; correspondence 1938-1940, with speeches, notes and newsclippings January 3, 1939
69 51 H.R. 886 Construction of the Umatilla Dam on the Columbia River, 1939, ca. Jan. 3; correspondence 1938-1940, with speeches, notes and newsclippings January 3, 1939
69 52 H.R. 886 Construction of the Umatilla Dam on the Columbia River, 1939, ca. Jan. 3; correspondence 1938-1940, with speeches, notes and newsclippings January 3, 1939
69 53 H.R. 887 Provides for addition of lands to the Deschutes National Forest January 3, 1939
69 54 H.R. 2374 To regulate interstate and foreign commerce in agricultural products January 12, 1939
69 55 H.R. 2418 To extend provisions of the Forest Exchange Act . . . to add lands to Whitman, Malheur and Umatilla National Forests August 1, 1939
69 56 H.R. 2647 To amend act to provide for rural electrification January 16, 1939
69 57 H.R. 2648 To provide for further improvement of the Columbia and Snake Rivers, Oregon and Idaho January 16, 1939
70 1 H.R. 2649 Providing for rearrangement of payments in relation to the Klamath Drainage District, Klamath County January 16, 1939
70 2 H.R. 2738 Providing for disposition of certain Klamath tribal funds, correspondence and newsclippings 1937-1939
70 3 H.R. 2738 Providing for disposition of certain Klamath tribal funds, correspondence and newsclippings 1937-1939
70 4 H.R. 3036 To change name of "Pickwick Landing" to "Rankin Dam," 1939, Jan. 23; H.R. 4225 To amend Agricultural Adjustment Act with respect to hops, 1939, Feb. 16 1939
70 5 H.R. 4267, 4268, 4269 For relief of Lamm, Algoma and Forest Lumber Companies, respectively February 16, 1939
70 6 H.R. 4405 Authorizing Snake or Piute Indians of former Malheur Indian Reservation to sue in Court of Claims, 1939, Feb. 22; H.R. 4538 Prohibiting deficiency judgments in real estate foreclosures by Farm Credit Administration, Federal Land Commissioner and Federal Land Banks February 27, 1939
70 7 H.R. 4539 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act with respect to hops February 27, 1939
70 8 H.R. 4540 "Johnson Creek Bill," regarding the Umatilla Indian reservation February 27, 1939
70 9 H.R. 4926 To change "Pickwick Landing" to "Rankin" Dam and "Watts Bar" to "McKellar" Dam March 10, 1939
70 10 H.R. 5404 To extend Forest Exchange Act to add certain lands in Ochoco National Forest March 28, 1939
70 11 H.R. 5684 Authorizes Secretary of the Interior to pay Klamath tribal officials August 1, 1939
70 12 H.R. 6277 To amend Bonneville Project Act May 10, 1939
70 13 H.R. 6775 Authorizing conveyance of certain government lands to Port of Cascade Locks, Oregon June 9, 1939
70 14 H.R. 6797 To provide for control and eradication of noxious weeds, 1939, June 12, correspondence and newsclippings, 1936-1940 1936-1940
70 15 H.R. 6797 To provide for control and eradication of noxious weeds, 1939, June 12, correspondence and newsclippings, 1936-1940 1936-1940
70 16 H.R. 6797 To provide for control and eradication of noxious weeds, 1939, June 12, correspondence and newsclippings, 1936-1940 1936-1940
70 17 H.R. 6797 To provide for control and eradication of noxious weeds, 1939, June 12, correspondence and newsclippings, 1936-1940 1936-1940
70 18 H.R. 6797 To provide for control and eradication of noxious weeds, 1939, June 12, correspondence and newsclippings, 1936-1940 1936-1940
70 19 H.R. 6797 To provide for control and eradication of noxious weeds, 1939, June 12, correspondence and newsclippings, 1936-1940 1936-1940
70 20 H.R. 6905 To prohibit the use of the mails to take straw votes June 19, 1939
70 21 H.R. 7270 To amend the Bonneville Project Act July 18, 1939
70 22 H.R. 8078 To convey to Hermiston Irrigation District all U.S. interest in Umatilla Reclamation project January 23, 1940
70 23 H.R. 8354 To provide for complaint, assistance and intervention in proceedings before the U.S. Maritime Commission in relation to transportation of farm products June 4, 1940
70 24 H.R. 8628 To amend Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act in regard to cherries in brine May 7, 1940
70 25 H.R. 8847 Regarding examination and survey of the Silvies River, 1940, Mar. 11; H.R. 8848 To facilitate forest land acquisitions, 1940, Mar. 11; H.R. 8922 Relating to lands of the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin/Snake tribes, 1940, Mar. 13 1940
70 26 H.R. 8966 Authorizing supplemental payments to counties March 18, 1940
70 27 H.R. 9244 Authorizing Reconstruction Finance Corporation to make loans to timber owners, 1940, Apr. 4; H.R. 9273 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act, regulating interstate and foreign commerce, 1940, Apr. 8; H.R. 10222 Authorizing construction of flood control facilities on the Walla Walla River, 1940, July 25 1940
70 28 H.R. 10622 To preserve the public interest in timber resources of Oregon and Washington; H.R. 10623 For relief of certain Indians October 7, 1940
70 29 House bills supported by Pierce 1939-1940
70 30 H. Bill 261 To change Oregon primary from May to September March 1939
70 31 Senate bills supported by Pierce 1939-1940
Subseries: 77th Congress 1941
Box
Folder
70 32 H.R. 608 To amend act to provide compensation for injured federal employees January 3, 1941
70 33 H.R. 609 Authorizing appropriations for payments to counties January 3, 1941
70 34 H.R. 610 To authorize construction of the Umatilla Dam, 1941, Jan. 3 Correspondence, 1938-1942 1938-1942
70 35 H.R. 610 To authorize construction of the Umatilla Dam, 1941, Jan. 3 Correspondence, 1938-1942 1938-1942
70 36 H.R. 610 To authorize construction of the Umatilla Dam, 1941, Jan. 3 Correspondence, 1938-1942 1938-1942
70 37 H.R. 610 To authorize construction of the Umatilla Dam, 1941, Jan. 3 Correspondence, 1938-1942 1938-1942
71 1 H.R. 611 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; Correspondence, speeches, notes and newsclippings, 1940-1942 January 3, 1941
71 2 H.R. 611 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; Correspondence, speeches, notes and newsclippings, 1940-1942 January 3, 1941
71 3 H.R. 611 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; Correspondence, speeches, notes and newsclippings, 1940-1942 January 3, 1941
71 4 H.R. 611 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; Correspondence, speeches, notes and newsclippings, 1940-1942 January 3, 1941
71 5 H.R. 611 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; Correspondence, speeches, notes and newsclippings, 1940-1942 January 3, 1941
71 6 H.R. 611 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; Correspondence, speeches, notes and newsclippings, 1940-1942 January 3, 1941
71 7 H.R. 611 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938; Correspondence, speeches, notes and newsclippings, 1940-1942 January 3, 1941
71 8 H.R. 612 Relating to lands of the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin/Snake tribes January 3, 1941
71 9 H.R. 613 Control of noxious weeds ("chlorate bill") January 3, 1941
71 10 H.R. 614 For relief of certain Indians January 3, 1941
71 11 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 12 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 13 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 14 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 15 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 16 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 17 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 18 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 19 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 20 H.R. 615 To safeguard and preserve the public interest in timber, 1941, Jan. 3, correspondence and newsclippings, 1937-1942 1937-1942
71 21 H.R. 616 For control of noxious weeds January 3, 1941
71 22 H.R. 617 Conveying Umatilla Reclamation project to Hermiston Irrigation District, 1941, Jan. 3; correspondence, 1933-1940, Aug., and report of Aug. 1940 to Mar. 1942 1933-1942
71 23 H.R. 617 Conveying Umatilla Reclamation project to Hermiston Irrigation District, 1941, Jan. 3; correspondence, 1933-1940, Aug., and report of Aug. 1940 to Mar. 1942 1933-1942
72 1 H.R. 618 To amend act providing for rural electrification January 3, 1941
72 2 H.R. 619 Construction of flood control works on the Walla Walla River January 3, 1941
72 3 H.R. 620 Survey of the Silvies River, Oregon January 3, 1941
72 4 H.R. 621 Prohibiting deficiency judgments in real estate foreclosures by the Farm Credit Association, Federal Land Banks, etc. January 3, 1941
72 5 H.R. 622 Authorizing Snake or Piute Indians of former Malheur Indian Reservation to sue in Court of Claims January 3, 1941
72 6 H.R. 622 Authorizing Snake or Piute Indians of former Malheur Indian Reservation to sue in Court of Claims January 3, 1941
72 7 H.R. 3458 To provide for a Forest Credit Commissioner and bank February 18, 1941
72 8 H.R. 3562 Regarding inheritance claims to land allotted to Indian tribe members February 25, 1941
72 9 H.R. 3849 For conservation of privately owned forest lands March 6, 1941
72 10 H.R. 3850 To provide for conservation of privately owned forest lands; to protect public land and navigable streams March 6, 1941
72 11 H.R. 4265 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, on wool parity issue April 1, 1941
72 12 H.R. 4836 To provide for preserving apples, fruits and field crops in danger of loss or extinction May 21, 1941
72 13 H.R. 4955 For the relief of Geoffrey Orme June 3, 1941
72 14 H.R. 5142 Authorizing investigation of damages of landowners on Owyhee reclamation project June 24, 1941
72 15 H.R. 5490 Quitclaim of federal rights to lands around Goose Lake in Oregon and California August 4, 1941
72 16 H.R. 5833 To extend terms under the Agricultural Adjustment Act, applicable to hops October 15, 1941
72 17 H.R. 5926 Restricting authority of federal lending agencies to finance construction of electric power facilities October 30, 1941
72 18 H.R. 6315 To extend for 2 years reduced interest rates of Federal Land Bank and Federal Land Bank Commissioner loans January 6, 1942
72 19 H.R. 6197 To accelerate extension and consolidation of national forests December 9, 1941
72 20 H.R. 6420 Regarding changing the names of various dams January 20, 1942
72 21 H.R. 6803 Relating to marriage and divorce among the Klamath, Modoc and Yahooskin/Snake tribes March 17, 1942
72 22 H.R. 6851 To provide for conservation of fish and wildlife on Indian land March 28, 1942
72 23 H.R. 7258 To authorize payment of local improvement assessments on U.S.-owned land June 18, 1942
72 24 H.R. 7386 For the relief of Joe E. Schofield July 14, 1942
72 25 H.R. 7495 For the relief of Garland B. Smith August 17, 1942
72 26 H.J. Res. 102 For relief of North Pacific Grain Growers, 1941, Jan. 31; H.J. Res. 133 Relating to corn and wheat marketing quotas, 1941, Mar. 6 1941
72 27 H.J. Res. 170 Issuance of special postage stamp in honor of 100th anniversary of blazing the Oregon Trail in 1843 April 16, 1941
72 28 Oregon delegation bills supported by Pierce, 77th Congress
72 29 S. 314 For relief of certain Basque aliens, (Pierce supported bill) July 15, 1941
72 30 S. 720 To amend IRS code in relation to santonin and salts, (Pierce supported bill) February 3, 1941
72 31 S. 852 To provide for acquisition of certain lands to Deschutes National Forest (Pierce supported bill)
72 32 S. 1093 To promote sustained-yield forest management (Pierce supported bill) March 13, 1941
72 33 S. 1793 To divide the 9th judicial circuit and create the 11th, (Pierce supported bill) July 28, 1941
72 34 H.R. 4995 Construction of toll-free bridges over the Columbia River, 1941, June 6 (Pierce supported bill) June 6, 1941
72 35 Lists of bills introduced by Pierce, 73rd through 77th Congresses (See also files 31/23-28 for other legislative bills not listed in this section with Pierce introduced bills)

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Series:  Speech files (some speeches are also filed in appropriate sections of extended subject files for agriculture, irrigation, power, etc.), 1920-1942
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
73 1 Pierce speaking schedules 1933-1938
Subseries: Agriculture (See also extended subject files, agriculture) 1920-1935
Box
Folder
73 2 ca. 1920-1930 ca. 1920-1930
73 3 Notes and fragments ca. 1930's
73 4 ca. 1932-1940 ca. 1932-1940
73 5 Farm Credit Association 1940
73 6 ca. 1941-1946 ca. 1941-1946
73 7 Birth control ca. 1935
73 8 Conservation ca. 1923-1927
73 9 Crime ca. 1925
Subseries: Democratic Party 1928-1950
Box
Folder
73 10 ca. 1920-1938 ca. 1920-1938
73 11 Campaign speeches 1940-1950
73 12 Campaign speeches for Al Flegel ca. 1950
73 13 Notes, drafts, fragments ca. 1938-1940
73 14 Early Pierce speeches ca. 1880-1899
73 15 Forests and forestry ca. 1927-1942
73 16 Japanese issue ca. 1943-1945
73 17 Money; government debt ca. 1934-1939
73 18 Money; silver issue ca. 1932-1934
73 19 New Deal programs ca. 1930-1940
73 20 Pierce recall movement (governorship) ca. 1923
73 21 Pierce reminiscences ca. 1933-1945
73 22 Pierce reminiscences, drafts, notes and fragments ca. 1940's
Subseries: Power (See also extended subject files, power) ca. 1925-1946
Box
Folder
73 23 Columbia River/Bonneville Dam ca. 1938-1942
73 24 Columbia River/Bonneville Dam, notes, drafts, fragments ca. 1940's
73 25 Private utilities ca. 1925-1946
73 26 Private utilities, notes, drafts, fragments ca. 1930-1942
73 27 Press and propaganda ca. 1925
73 28 Prison system ca. 1925
73 29 Prohibition ca. 1924-1925
73 30 Roads ca. 1917-1924
73 31 Regarding Eleanor Roosevelt and the American Youth Congress ca. February 1940
73 32 Social Security ca. 1930s
73 33 Special events ca. 1922-1952
73 34 Townsend Plan ca. 1939
74 1 State legislature 1923-1927
74 2 Taxation ca. 1912-1935
74 3 Taxation ca. 1912-1935
74 4 Taxation, notes, drafts, fragments ca. 1920-1930
74 5 World situation, World War II (See also extended subject files, war) ca. 1940-1942
74 6 World situation, World War II, notes, drafts and fragments ca. 1938-1942
74 7 Printed Pierce speeches including Congressional Record items 1923-1942
74 8 Miscellaneous speeches ca. 1920-1946
74 9 Miscellaneous speeches, notes, fragments ca. 1930-1940's

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Series:  Personal papers Walter M. Pierce estate materials (much of this relates to lawsuit over inheritance of estate filed by Pierce daughters against Cornelia Marvin Pierce), 1927-1969
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Subseries: Correspondence 1930-1969
Box
Folder
74 10 Walter M. Pierce ca. 1930-1950
74 11 Cornelia M. Pierce ca. 1942-1957
74 12 Cornelia M. Pierce ca. 1942-1957
74 13 Arthur H. Bone (regarding estate administration) ca. 1957-1969
74 14 George T. Cochran ca. 1938-1956
74 15 Gene B. Conklin ca. 1955-1957
74 16 Helm & Neely, Attys. ca. 1955-1956
74 17 Oregon Mortgage Company ca. 1938-1943
74 18 Miscellaneous ca. 1938-1955
Box
Folder
74 19 Legal documents ca. 1941-1957
74 20 Legal documents ca. 1941-1957
75 1 Appellant's abstracts, briefs, advance sheets October 1956
75 2 Lists of books retained by Oregon State Library and sent to Eastern Oregon College Library, from Pierce estate
75 3 Hot Lake Sanatorium materials and correspondence (See also Box 76 Vol. 13) ca. 1910-1917
75 4 Personal correspondence between Walter M. Pierce and Cornelia Marvin Pierce ca. 1927-1932
Subseries: Walter M. Pierce autobiography and writings (autobiography published in installments, beginning Sept. 1945, Oregon Farmer Union magazine) 1945
Box
Folder
75 5 Autobiography, typed manuscript, pp. 1-104
75 6 Autobiography, typed manuscript, pp. 105-219
75 7 Autobiography, revised draft, "Tin Box Edition," pp. 1-219
75 8 Autobiography, "Elections" chapter, 3 versions
75 9 Draft of "Important People Who Visited Oregon While I Was Governor"
75 10 Autobiographical material, drafts, notes, fragments
75 11 Articles regarding the Oregon Compulsory School Act ca. 1946-1947
75 12 Walter M. Pierce, miscellaneous notes and writings
75 13 "The Second Oregon District in Washington," news notes by C. M. Pierce, secretary to Congressman Walter M. Pierce, ca. 1935 ca. 1935
Subseries: Pierce biographical materials and sources (See also Pierce memoirs and biography files, Boxes 83-86)
Box
Folder
75 14 Articles and notes (by others)
75 15 Articles and notes (by others)
75 16 Magazine articles
75 17 Newsclippings
Subseries: Walter M. Pierce funeral materials 1954
Box
Folder
75 18 General, ca. Mar. 1954 ca. Mar. 1954
75 19 Condolences to Cornelia Marvin Pierce, Mar. 1954 and after ca. Mar. 1954
75 20 Walter M. Pierce Memorial Library, Eastern Oregon College, newsclippings
Subseries: Pierce diaries and datebooks 1899-1942
Box
Folder
75 21 1899-1900, 1912-1913, 1923, 1925 1899-1925
75 22 1926 1926
75 23 1933-1934, 1937-1939 1933-1934, 1937-1939
75 24 1940-1942 1940-1942
Subseries: Pierce business materials 1886-1940
Box
Folder
75 25 C. M. Pierce (Charles?) farm prices, 1886; C. M. Pierce (Charles?) book, 1896; Grundy County Bank record, 1896; "Frank Standish . . ." book, 1919 (all are Pierce family records)
75 26 Contracts, deeds, legal documents ca. 1900-1940
75 27 Grande Ronde Electric Company documents ca. 1900-1940
75 28 Statements and purchase orders (See also oversize file 64/17)
Subseries: Personal miscellany
Box
Folder
75 29 Memory book created for Walter M. Pierce by Rosemary Schenck
76 2 Certificates and diplomas
76 3 Cornelia M. Pierce notes and miscellany
76 4 Fraternal organizations
76 5 Invitations
76 6 Programs
76 7 Programs
76 8 Office expenses and materials (unidentified)
76 9 Personal taxes and financial records (incomplete)
76 10 Tourist maps
76 11 Collected stories, articles and quotations
76 12 Typed articles collected by Pierces: Charles M. Pierce, "Twenty-five Causes of the Depression"; Charles Becker, "A History of the Inception and Operation of the Pony Express"
76 13 Copy of Civil War letter, by John Rich March 17, 1862
76 14 General and miscellaneous

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Series:  Miscellaneous Volumes, 1908-1952
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
76 Vol. 1 Governors' Conference Proceedings, Jacksonville, Fla. November 17, 1924-November 18, 1924
76 Vol. 2 Governors' Conference Proceedings, Poland Springs, Maine June 29, 1925-July 1, 1925
76 Vol. 3 Oregon Teachers' Monthly, Vol. 7 No. 7. See "The Oregon Legislature," pp. 10-11
76 Vol. 4 Charles Linza McNary, Memorial Addresses Delivered In Congress, Washington D.C. 1946
76 Vol. 5 Vest Pocket Congressional Dictionary 1937
76 Vol. 6 Vest Pocket Congressional Dictionary March 1939
76 Vol. 7 Vest Pocket Congressional Dictionary March 1941
76 Vol. 8 Aucassin and Nicolete, translated by Andrew Lang, Portland, Maine, Thomas B. Mosher 1902
Subseries: Theses regarding the "Oregon system"; for B.A. degree unless specified
Box
Folder
76 Vol. 9 Borse, Evelyn L., "The Public Reaction to the 1906 Campaign of Jonathan Bourne, Jr., for the U. S. Senate," April 1951
76 Vol. 10 Case, Chester Harold. Jr., "The Oregon System and Oswald West," June 1952
76 Vol. 11 Joseph, George N., "George W. Joseph and the Oregon Progressive Tradition," May 1952
76 Vol. 12 Warren, Willis C., "A Study of the Evolution of Oregon's Present State Tax System,"(for M.A. degree) June 1934
Subseries: Account books and ledgers 1889-1909
Box
Folder
76 Vol. 13 Hot Lake Sanatorium Company, articles of incorporation, stockholders' minutes, etc. (See also file 75/3) ca. 1901-1913
76 Vol. 14 Account book, personal ca. 1906-1909
76 Vol. 15 General ledger, including miscellaneous accounts (i.e. La Grande Plant and Lines, 1907; North Powder Plant and Lines, 1908) ca. 1908-1909
76 Vol. 16 Grande Ronde Electric Company, articles of incorporation and minutes of stockholders' and directors' meetings ca. 1904-1909
76 Vol. 17 La Grande Electric Company ledger (and others) ca. 1889-1894
76 Vol. 18 Supply/purchase record ca. 1908
Subseries: Scrapbooks
Box
Folder
76 Vol.19 Governorship campaign newsclippings ca. April 1918-October 1918
76 Vol. 20 Governorship campaign newsclippings ca. October 1918-November 1918
76 Vol. 21 Newsclippings of legal notices of publication from the U. S. Land Office, La Grande, Oregon 1889-1893
76 Vol. 22 Newsclippings, articles and photographs regarding Col. Edward E. Baker, including typed texts by various authors

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Series:  Recordings, 1942
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
78 Speech by Walter M. Pierce to Baker County on benefits of a public-owned utility, using Bonneville produced power, as opposed to allowing privately owned utilities to continue with their Wall Street connections. Ca. May 1942, 2 large discs, 33 1/3 rpm, 1 side each. 1st side, play from inner label to outer edge; 2nd side, play from outer edge towards center. (See also speech files on power, private utilities) May 1942
78 Speech by Walter M. Pierce on the state of the world during the World War II era. 3 small discs, 5 sides used. 78 rpm

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Series:  Newspaper clippings file (from a special file created by the Pierces? Other clippings are interfiled with the various series), 1923-1945
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
79 Administration--National Defense Day, Armistice Day
79 Agriculture (See also "Farms")
Subseries: Appointments and dismissals 1924-1926
Box
79 Appointments 1923
79 Dismissals (Riddle, Soldier Home; Dr. Ross, Fish Commission) 1924
79 Appointments (Oswald West) 1924
79 Appointments 1925
79 Appointments 1926
Subseries: Boards of Control 1923-1924
Box
79 Board of Control--Emergency Board
79 State Fair Board 1923
79 State Fair Board 1924
79 Land Board
79 Bonus Loan Case 1924
79 Bourne, Jonathan
79 Boys' Training School 1924
Subseries: Bribery charges 1924
Box
79 Bribery charge, Rudeen 1924
79 1924 charges, including prohibition 1924
79 Bridge probe scandal 1924
79 Britten, Nan; story of her relationship with Warren G. Harding
79 Budget deficit 1925
Subseries: Campaigns 1924-1926
Box
79 Campaign 1924
79 Campaign 1925
79 Governorship campaign (2 files) 1926
79 Patterson campaign for governor 1926
Subseries: Cartoons, political 1923-1926
Box
79 Regarding taxes 1923-1926
79 Income tax 1923-1926
79 1924 1924
79 1925 1925
79 1926 1926
79 Church and state 1942
79 Congress--Indians
79 Congress--national activities
79 Corcoran, Tommy
79 Conservation ca. 1925
79 Crime--philosophy
79 Consolidation of boards 1923
79 Defeat, 1926 "Pierce Swan Song" 1926
79 "Doubtfuls" (doubtful projects?)
79 Elections 1922
79 Ellis, Rex
79 Ellis campaign
79 Farley, Jim
79 Farm: embargo on fruit
79 Farm subsidies 1945
Subseries: Farm problems 1920-1926
Box
79 1920, 1923 1920, 1923
79 1924 1924
79 Hoof and mouth quarantine 1924
79 Board loans to farmers, Myers campaign
79 1925 1925
79 1926 1926
Subseries: Fish and game commission 1924-1925
Box
79 "Pierce post power," dismissals 1924
79 Ross dismissal 1924
79 Fish Commission 1925
79 Game Commission 1925
79 Flax, state ownership 1926
Subseries: Forests 1924-1926
Box
79 1924 1924
79 Mott bill, deforestation 1925
79 1926 1926
79 General file
79 Gambling
79 Geer, T. T. 1906
Subseries: Governorship years 1923-1927
Box
79 Audit 1924
79 Governors' Conference, biographical sketch 1926
79 Governors' Conference, Cheyenne, re: highways 1926
79 "The Governorship years," (2 files)
79 Miscellaneous clippings 1923-1927
79 Roads and highways
79 Bridge scandal
79 Governor power, "proposals to shear them," 1924
Subseries: Grange 1924-1925
Box
79 Policies, resolutions and endorsements 1924-1925
79 Refused to run for Master 1924
Subseries: Highway Commission 1923-1926
Box
80 1923, 1924 (2 files) 1923-1924
80 1925 1925
80 1926 1926
Subseries: Hydro-electric power 1925-1926
Box
80 Including Umatilla Rapids 1925
80 "Housewives" or Hyde bill 1926
Subseries: Inauguration 1923-1924
Box
80 State government budget; oath of office 1923
80 Inaugural ceremony 1923
80 Insurance probe 1924
80 Investigation 1924-1925
Subseries: Irrigation projects 1923-1926
Box
80 1923 1923
80 1924 1924
80 1925 1925
80 1926 1926
80 Ku Klux Klan 1928
80 Ku Klux Klan and the parochial school issue
80 Klemme, Marvin
80 Lane, Harry
Subseries: Law enforcement 1924-1925
Box
80 1924 1924
80 1924 1925
Subseries: Legislature, miscellaneous 1923-1925
Box
80 1923 1923
80 1924 1924
80 1924 1925
80 Library 1925
80 McCulloch, Claude
80 Mack, Charles
80 McKay, Douglas
80 Malheur County, time zone issue
80 Neuberger, Richard and Maurine
80 New Deal programs
80 The New World
80 Norris, Sen, George W. (Nebraska)
80 Oregon events
Subseries: Oregon history
Box
80 General file
80 Eastern Oregonian column, "50 Years Ago"
80 Territorial centennial
80 Oregon-California press articles in "Wild West"
80 Oregon personalities
80 Oregon politics (2 files)
80 Out-of-office 1927-1932
80 Out-of-office 1928-1930
Subseries: Pardons--penitentiary 1923-1926
Box
80 Pardons 1923
80 Pardons 1924
80 Pardons 1925
80 Penitentiary (2 files) 1923
80 Penitentiary 1924
80 Governor--prison 1925
80 Penitentiary 1926
80 Penitentiary, later years
Subseries: Personal triumphs and tragedies 1923-1926
Box
80 Personal 1923
80 Governor, personal 1925
80 Personal 1926
80 Personal
80 Personal, death of Laura Rudio Pierce ca. 1925
80 Personal, death of wife
80 Pierce, miscellaneous
80 Phone rates 1926
80 Pictures
Subseries: Politics 1923-1930
Box
80 Politics ("Pierce a liar") 1923
80 Politics 1924
80 Politics, Stanfield, "drunk at Baker" 1924
80 1925 1925
80 1926 1926
80 Patterson administration 1927
80 Politics, general
81 Politics, general
81 Politics, general
81 Politics, general, Oregon
81 Hatch Act ca. 1930's
81 Power: public utilities, CVA, Bonneville
Subseries: Press (politics) 1924-1926
Box
81 General (2 files) 1924
81 General (2 files) 1925
81 General 1926
81 General
Subseries: Primaries: Voting Abstracts and associated information 1938-1940
Box
81 1938, May 20, precinct vote May 20, 1938
81 1938, Nov., precinct vote November 1938
81 Primaries 1940
81 Primary returns, states
81 Baker County
81 Deschutes County
81 Gilliam County
81 Grant County
81 Harney County
81 Umatilla County
81 Oregon register 1940
81 Union County
Subseries: Prohibition (See also law enforcement) 1924-1927
Box
81 General (2 files) 1924
81 General 1925
81 General (2 files) 1926
81 General 1927
81 General
81 W.C.T.U.
81 Public lands
81 Public opinion polls
81 R.E.A.
81 Race relations
81 Railroads 1926
Subseries: Recall 1923-1925
Box
81 General 1923
81 General 1923-1924
81 General (2 files) 1925
Subseries: Reclamation 1923-1926
Box
81 General 1925
81 General 1926
81 Reclamation service 1923
81 Roman Catholicism
81 Roosevelt, Franklin D.
81 Roosevelt vs. Willkie campaign
81 Roosevelt, Theodore
81 Scandals 1924
81 Scandals 1925
Subseries: Schools 1921-1927
Box
81 Governor--regents 1925
81 School bill 1923
81 School bill 1924
81 School fund 1924
81 School bill 1925
81 Higher Education, university and colleges 1925
81 School bill, later clippings Schools--textbooks 1921
81 School lands 1925
81 Schools, miscellaneous 1926
81 Schools, Eastern Oregon Normal
81 Speeches 1925-1927
81 Speeches, miscellaneous 1923-1927
Subseries: State government 1924-1926
Box
82 Funds 1924
82 Legislature 1924
82 Legislature,(2 files) 1925
82 General 1926
Subseries: State institutions 1924-1925
Box
82 Children's Farm Home 1925
82 Boys' Training School 1924
82 State Hospital 1924
82 Stockman, Lowell (campaign)
82 Stocks and bonds probe 1924
82 Miscellaneous stories and poems
Subseries: Taxes 1919-1950
Box
82 Taxes, general 1924
82 Income tax, repeal 1924
82 Income tax, school law 1924
82 Taxes, gas 1924
82 Taxes, general 1925
82 Taxes, gas 1925
82 Taxes, timber, severance and general 1926
82 Taxes, gas 1926
82 Income tax 1927
82 Taxes, disarmament 1932
82 Taxation, general 1919-1923; 1928-ca. 1950
82 Timber frauds 1916
82 Truman, Harry
82 U'Ren, William S. (Oregon system sponsor)
82 Veterans, miscellaneous
82 Veto 1925
82 Wallace, Henry
82 White, George, 1925: Adj. Gen. of National Guard 1925
82 Willkie, Wendell
82 Womens' rights 1923
82 Workmens Compensation 1923
82 World and national affairs
82 World War I
Subseries: Miscellaneous 1905-1934
82 General
82 Pierce, miscellaneous
Box
82 Cartoons against Pierce
82 1905-1912, 1917 1905-1912, 1917
82 1913 1913
82 1914 1914
82 1922-1926 1922-1926
82 1922-1927 1922-1927
82 1925 1925
82 1926-1927 1926-1927
82 1928 1928
82 1929 1929
82 1930 1930
82 1931 1931
82 1933 1933
82 1934 1934

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Series:  Pierce memoirs and biography files, 1916-1949
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
83 Walter M. Pierce drafts and notes ca. 1916-November 13, 1945
84 Walter M. Pierce drafts and notes Nov. 16, 1945-ca. 1949
84 Cornelia M. Pierce notes on biography
84 Arthur Bone drafts and notes for biography, Ch. I-III
85 Arthur Bone drafts and notes for biography, Ch. IV-Epilogue
86 Miscellaneous notes and biographical materials by Bone and others (See also Pierce's autobiography, files 75/5-8)

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Photographs (PH050), 1930-1954
1.25 linear feet
Pierce, Walter M., 1861-1954
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
1 PH050_001: "CMP, WMP, Lycette, Harriet Woodruff Eola Apr 1946 Taken by Mrs. J. Hagen" [Walter, Harriet and Cornelia Standing in garden area]
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 2.5 inches
1946
PH050_002: "WMP, Harriett Woodrruff Lycette, Eola. Taken by Mrs. J. Hagen, Apr 1946" [Walter and Harriet standing next to tree]
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 2.5 inches
1946
PH050_003: "WMP, CMP, Harriett Woodruff Lycette, Eola. Taken by Mrs. J. Hagen Apr 46" [Walter, Cornelia, and Harriett under tree]
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_004: "WMP, CMP. Harriett Woodruff Lycette. Taken by Mrs. J. Hagen, Apr 1946" [Walter and Cornelia Sitting in chairs on porch]
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 2.5 inches
1946
PH050_005: "WMP & Mrs. Harriet Woodruff Lycette, Eola Apr 46, Taken by Mrs. J. Hagen." [Walter and Harriet standing under archway gate leading to Walter's house]
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_006: "Marvin" [cut out from magazine of Cornelia Marvin Pierce]
1.0 sheet
2 x 1.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_007: CMP
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 1.25 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_008: CMP
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_009: [Possibly Cornelia feeding chickens]
1.0 photographic print
2 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_010: [Possibly Cornelia feeding chickens]
1.0 photographic print
2 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_011: [Possibly Cornelia feeding chickens]
1.0 photographic print
2.5 x 2 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_012: Walter and Cornelia Marvin Pierce ca. 1945
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 2.5 inches
1945
PH050_013: Walter and Cornelia Marvin Pierce ca. 1945
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 2.5 inches
1945
PH050_014: Brothe Farm, Walter Pierce La Grande
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_015: Brothe Farm, Walter Pierce La Grande
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_016: Probably on Pierce ranch
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_017: Probably on Pierce ranch
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_018: Probably on Pierce ranch
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_019: Probably on Pierce ranch
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_020: At Ocean 1947 From Charles
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 2.5 inches
1947
PH050_021: CMP, Eola Apr 47
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_022: CMP, Eola Apr 47
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_023: CMP, Eola, Oct '47 Eola
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_024: CMP Oct 47 Eola
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_025: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_026: Walter M. Pierce, Cornelia Marvin Pierce, Eola, Polk Co. 1949
1.0 unknown
5 x 3.5 inches
1949
PH050_027: Walter M. Pierce (88) Cornelia Marvin Pierce, Eola Polk Co. 1949
1.0 unknown
5 x 3.25 inches
1949
PH050_028: Walter M. Pierce and Cornelia Marvin Pierce, ca. 1949
1.0 unknown
4 x 5 inches
1949
PH050_029: Cornelia Marvin Pierce, ca 1950
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
1950
PH050_030: Cornelia Marvin Pierce, ca 1950
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
1950
PH050_031: May 13, 1955, By Allan James
1.0 unknown
5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_032: May 13, 1955, By Allan James
1.0 unknown
5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_033: Conkln, 1945 ov6
1.0 unknown
5 x 3 inches
1945
PH050_034: Conklin, Some friends that visited up last summer. Aren't they Darlings? - E. Eva Douecau, Core, asked for feleu & WM 44
1.0 unknown
5.25 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_035: [Walter and Cornelia standing on grass with hills in background]
1.0 unknown
5.25 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_036: Cornelia Marvin Pierce, at Eola home, ca. 1945
1.0 unknown
5 x 3.5 inches
1945
PH050_037: Cornelia Marvin Pierce ca. 1920? [Studio portrait in plaid jacket]
1.0 photographic print
4 x 3 inches
1920?
PH050_038: Cornelia Marvin Pierce ca. 1920?
1.0 unknown
4 x 3 inches
1920?
PH050_039: Cornelia Marvin Pierce ca. 1920?
1.0 unknown
4 x 3 inches
1920?
PH050_040: Cornelia Marvin Pierce, center with M.E.A. and unidentified person at ALA, probably 1926
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 4.5 inches
1926
PH050_041: CMP center, MEA and ? At Library meeting, ALA ? 1905-1926?
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 4.5 inches
1905-1926?
PH050_042: Cornelia M. and Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
3.75 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_043: Cornelia M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
5.25 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_044: Jul-47
1.0 unknown
4 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_045: Sunday May '33 at John Thelian's home
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_046: Walter M. Pierce Jefferson Nujar and other when Gov on Roosevelt Highway 1925
1.0 unknown
3 x 5 inches
1925
PH050_047: Conklin Eola 1948?
1.0 unknown
7 x 3.75 inches
1948
2 PH050_048: Rose Parade
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_049: Walter M. Pierce Library
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_050: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
10 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_051: Walter M. Pierce and agricultural extension staff?
1.0 unknown
10 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
3 PH050_052: Walter Pierce, Daughter Sally, Bill Hanley, Prof. Rebue
1.0 unknown
7 x 11 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_053: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
10 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_054: Pierce, Hon. Walter M. 177265Ch
1.0 unknown
10 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
1 PH050_055: WP niece, Mrs. Kendall from near Vancouver WA.
1.0 unknown
5.5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_056: Maurice, Sept. 6 Just before he left home.
1.0 unknown
2 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_057: Anna Moody, Mother's side May 1876
1.0 unknown
4.25 x 2.5 inches
1876
PH050_058: 1887
1.0 unknown
6.5 x 4.25 inches
1887
3 PH050_059-61: Sept 1936 Crater Lake, Gettysburg, Walter Pierce and Deinhaw Wright 1934
1.0 unknown
1934
2 PH050_062: Photo by Pierce Farms Island City, Ore. 1943
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
1943
3 PH050_063: Walter
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
1 PH050_065: [Cornelia as a young woman?] labeled as 65, but actually 63
1.0 photographic print
5 x 3 inches
Ritter of LaGrand, OR
1920s
2 PH050_064: Walter M. Pierce Aug 1944, Spring wheat field - (S of t fed.), Big field across track from home place, down by Preston. Photo by Pierce Farms, Island City, Ore.
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
1944
3 PH050_064: Raleigh & Doris
1.0 unknown
7 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_065: Walter M .Pierce Governor of Oregon
1.0 unknown
9 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_066: Walter M .Pierce Governor of Oregon
1.0 unknown
9 x 9 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_067: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_068: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_069: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_070: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_071: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
10 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_072: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_073: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_074: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_075: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
10 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_076: Cornelia M. Pierce home at Eola, Oregon
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
1 PH050_077: George Pierce Stadelman
1.0 unknown
3 x 2 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_078: Mariot Whitten when he was visiting his Aunt Tip Age 4
1.0 unknown
3 x 2 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_079: Mrs. Marvin Mother of Cornelia Marvin Pierce
1.0 unknown
7 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_080: Ca 1920?
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 3.75 inches
1920?
PH050_081: Ca 1920?
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 3.75 inches
1920?
PH050_082: This is David
1.0 unknown
5.5 x 3.75 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_083: Left to right: Clar. E. Marvin Sr. her sister Mary Marvin ?, Maryane Marvin Slade, Fred Marvin, Front Char E. Marvin & Mabel Marvin Hairgrove, George Marvin, Taken in Seattle about 1902
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 5 inches
1902
PH050_084: Maryane Slade, Mary Marvin?, Gen Marvin, Mabel Marvin Hairgrove, Fred Marvin, in rear Char Marvin Jr, Seated, Char Marvin Sr. Picture taken in Seattle about 1902
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 5 inches
1902
PH050_085: [5 young girls on street corner with baby buggy]
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 3.25 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_086: [2 young kids on porch, one in small chair, one on toy bike]
1.0 unknown
2.5 x 3.25 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_087: [Negative of no.85]
1.0 unknown
not yet assigned
PH050_088: [Negative of no.86]
1.0 unknown
not yet assigned
PH050_089: [6 men standing in clear-cut area with stills in front of them]
1.0 unknown
3 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_090: [2 men standing in clear-cut area with stills in front of them]
1.0 unknown
3 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_091: [5 men standing in wooded area with stills]
1.0 unknown
3 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_092: Number not assigned
? PH050_093: [4 men standing in wooded area with wooden barrels]
1.0 unknown
3 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_094: [Man crouched in alleyway with still materials]
1.0 unknown
3 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_095: [5 men in wooded area with still, tent in background]
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_096: [men with car loaded with stuff on paved street]
1.0 unknown
3 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_097: 4/19/24 Phimister Procter Sculptor- Circuit Rider
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3 inches
1924
PH050_098: 4/19/24 Circuit Rider Ceremonies
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 3 inches
1924
PH050_099: [digging machinery coal operated ?]
1.0 unknown
3 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_100: [Asian man and boy in woods logging]
1.0 unknown
6 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_101: [2 Asian men and boy on large stump]
1.0 unknown
6 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
? PH050_102: [2 Asian men and boy near fallen branches]
1.0 unknown
6 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
1 PH050_103: [Asian man in woods]
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_104: [Medium sized tree base]
1.0 unknown
6 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_105: Prentiess
1.0 unknown
4.5 x 6.5 inches
Prentiss, Arthur M. of Portland, OR
not yet assigned
PH050_106: Prentiss [Rally, possibly political, on Washington Bridge. Men in tasselled caps watch black-robed men lifting mannequin out of coffin to throw off bridge.]
1.0 photographic print
4.5 x 6.5 inches
Prentiss, Arthur M. of Portland, OR
not yet assigned
PH050_107: [Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone] I THINK DB NUMBERING OFF, THIS IS 107—NSH
1.0 photographic print
4.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_106: Prentiss [Rally, possibly political, on Washington Bridge. Auto procession with Washington and Oregon placards]
1.0 photographic print
4.5 x 6.5 inches
Prentiss, Arthur M. of Portland, OR
not yet assigned
PH050_108: [Old Faithful geyser at Yellowstone]
1.0 photographic print
4.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_109: Slabs at the Bell tie mill in Whitman National Forest
1.0 unknown
4 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_110: [RR station with woods in background]
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_111: Cavanagh Lumber Co.
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_112: Cavanagh Lumber Co.
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_113: Food Exhibit made in Albany Public Library Albany Oregon, Dec. 11, 1917
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 5.5 inches
1917
PH050_114: Food Exhibit made in Albany Public Library Albany Oregon, Dec. 11, 1917
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 5.5 inches
1917
PH050_115: Herman Lafker
1.0 unknown
5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_116: no.13 Sweepstakes Bull, B.C. Canada W.J. Domes. McCoy, Ore.
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 5.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_117: no.15 Grand Champion Ayrshire cow, owned by W.D. Domes, McCoy, Oregon
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 5.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_118: Grand Champion Ayrshire Cow, owned by W.D. Domes, McCoy Oregon.
1.0 unknown
3.5 x 5.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_119: Chief Joseph [Sitting in cahir in front of clapboard building, holding hat.] "from Coll Of Father of Marguerite G. Tyler Limestone College Gaffney S.C."
1.0 photographic print
4.75 x 5.5 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_120: Entrance to Beach
1.0 unknown
6.75 x 17.25 inches
not yet assigned
3 PH050_121: James Peter Rethlefson
1.0 unknown
11 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_122: [Old wooden barn, deteriorating state]
1.0 unknown
5.5 x 3.25 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_123: Wm Bryan & Pierce, Pendleton or Pullman, 1898 on lecturing tour [William Jennings Bryan with Walter Pierce and others in open car amid crowd.]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 8 inches
1898
3 PH050_124: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
14 x 9.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_125: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
14 x 9.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_126: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
14 x 9.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_127: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
14 x 9.5 inches
not yet assigned
2 PH050_128: Franklin Pierce (1804–1869) [14th President of the United States, cased daguerreotype portrait]
1.0 photographic print
5.5 x 4.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_129: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
4.5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_130: [Man in yard feeding pigs]
1.0 negative
2.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_131: [Man in yard feeding lambs]
1.0 negative
2.5 x 3.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_132: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
4.5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_133: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
3.5 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_134: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 negative
4.25 x 3.25 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_135: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 negative
3.25 x 4.25 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_136: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 negative
3.25 x 4.25 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_137: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 negative
4.25 x 3.25 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_138: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_139: Cornelia M. Pierce
1.0 negative
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_140: Cornelia M. Pierce
1.0 negative
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_141: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_142: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 negative
5 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_143: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
4 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_144: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
4 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_145: Walter and Cornelia
1.0 negative
3.5 x 2 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_146: Front door of Pierce home
1.0 negative
3.75 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_147: Cornelia M. Pierce
1.0 negative
3.75 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_148: [Side view of Pierce home]
1.0 negative
2.5 x 3.75 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_149: [front entrance to Pierce home from yard]
1.0 negative
2.5 x 3.75 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_150: Walter and man
1.0 negative
3.75 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_151: Walter and man
1.0 negative
3.75 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_152: 1384
1.0 negative
2.5 x 3.75 inches
not yet assigned
PH050_153: Cornelia M. Pierce
1.0 negative
3.75 x 2.5 inches
not yet assigned
3 PH050_154: Walter M. Pierce
1.0 unknown
8.5 x 10 inches
Modell
not yet assigned

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Pierce, Walter Marcus, 1861-1954
  • Corporate Names :
  • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)
  • Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Oregon
  • United States. Public Works Administration
  • United States. Works Progress Administration
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon
  • Oregon--Politics and government--1859-1950
  • United States--Politics and government--1933-1945
  • Subject Terms :
  • Agriculture--Oregon
  • Governors--Oregon
  • Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
  • Legislators--United States
  • New Deal, 1933-1939
  • Water-power--Northwest, Pacific

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