Guide to the Sid Morrison Papers 1980-1992
Cage 781

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Morrison, Sid
Title
Sid Morrison Papers
ID
Cage 781
Date [inclusive]
1980-1992
Extent
184.0 boxes, plus oversize
General Physical Description note
135 linear feet of shelf space.
Language
English
Abstract
The papers of Sid Morrison consist chiefly of his records as a member of Congress.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description] Sid Morrison papers, 1980-1992

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Sid Morrison was born on May 13, 1933 in Yakima, Washington. He attended Toppenish High School, Yakima Valley College, and Washington State University, where he earned a bachelor's degree (B.S., Horticulture, 1954). He served in the U.S. Army (1954-1956). Following his military service, he became president of Morrison Fruit Company in Zillah, Washington (1956-1980).

Morrison's political career included both state and federal offices. He served as a member of the Washington State House of Representatives (1967-1974) and State Senate (1974-1981). Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1980, he represented the 4th District (Central and South Western Washington) for twelve years (1981-1992), in the 97th through 102nd Congresses. In Congress, his committee service included the Agricultural Committee; Science, Space and Technology Committee; and the Select Committee on Hunger. Morrison helped develop the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA) and contributed to several major transportation projects in Washington State, including State Route 504 access to the Mount St. Helens National Monument, and improvements to State Route 14 and U.S. 395 from Tri-Cities to Ritzville. Morrison further helped authorize and fund the construction of the Interstate 205 bridge, which opened in 1982 between Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon. He ran unsuccessfully for Washington State Governor in 1992, and in 1993 became Secretary of the Washington State Department of Transportation.

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Scope and Contents note

The papers of Sid Morrison consist chiefly of his records as a member of Congress. They include correspondence, government reports, press coverage items, materials related to political party participation, legislative files, subject files, papers concerning Congressional election campaigns, files related to his campaign for Washington State Governor (1992), audiovisual media, maps, and photographs. Some of the major topics covered are the Mount St. Helens National Monument, Cougar Lakes Wilderness, Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, spotted owl delisting (Endangered Species Act), and the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.

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Arrangement note

This collection is arranged in 15 series. During processing, the original order was preserved, with a few exceptions. The constituent correspondence was rearranged into chronological order because the original arrangement followed an unusable numbering system created by an office automation system that is no longer extant (documentation for this system is filed in Box 184). In cases where related series had been scattered, they were reassembled.

SERIES LIST

Series 1. Constituent correspondence, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 1.1. Letters (incoming and outgoing). This series is arranged in chronological order.

Subseries 1.2. Standard responses.

Series 2. Guest book, 1980-1992.

Series 3. Newspaper clippings, 1981-1992. This series is arranged in chronological order.

Series 4. Legislative files, 1980-1992.

Subseries 4.1. Bills.

Subseries 4.2. Legislative profiles.

Subseries 4.3. Voting record.

Subseries 4.4. Legislative briefs and reports.

Series 5. Press files, circa 1980-1992. This series includes both collected documents produced by others and documents produced by Morrison's office. Some of the materials are organized by subject, and others by type (press release files, media appearance files, newsletters, etc.).

Series 6. Schedules, 1981-1992. This series consists of Morrison's schedules, organized chronologically.

Series 7. Voter surveys, 1987-1988. This series consists of reports of two surveys.

Series 8. Miscellaneous office files (biographies, office policies, and presentation notes), circa 1980-1992.

Series 9. Subject files, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.1. Hanford, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.2. Mount St. Helens, 1980-1988.

Subseries 9.3. Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.4. Wilderness, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.5. Agriculture, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.6. Environment, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.7. Timber, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.8. Energy, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.9. Indians, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.10. Wilderness II, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 9.11. Alphabetical subject file, circa 1980-1992.

Series 10. Gubernatorial campaign, 1992.

Series 11. Photographs, circa 1980-1992.

Subseries 11.1. Sid Morrison District Visits ("On-Site").

Subseries 11.2. Sid Morrison with school groups.

Subseries 11.3. Awards and ceremonies.

Subseries 11.4. Sid Morrison with clubs and organizations.

Subseries 11.5. Sid Morrison meetings with private citizens. Most of these photographs show Morrison with constituents (individuals and groups) visiting Washington, D.C.

Subseries 11.6. Sid Morrison photographs for official publications.

Subseries 11.7. Proof sheets, negatives and slides.

Subseries 11.8. Oversized photos.

Series 12. Audiovisual media, 1980-1992.

Subseries 12.1. Video recordings. This series consists of recordings on videotape in a variety of formats, including VHS cassettes, various studio broadcast cassettes and open reel studio broadcast tapes.

Subseries 12.2 Audio recordings (formats: reel-to-reel and audiocassette).

Series 13. Awards, circa 1980-1992.

Series 14. Reference and processing information.

Series 15. Oversize materials.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 2012

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

Copyright restrictions apply.

Conditions Governing Use note

Other restrictions: this collection is open and available for research use, subject to conditions specified in the Deed of Gift. These are in effect for the life of the donor, plus five years. Researchers are required to agree in writing to these use restrictions as a condition of access:

1. The contents of this collection should not be used to defame or degrade any person or entity or to invade the privacy of any person.

2. The materials may not be used for partisan political purposes of any kind, including, but not limited to, political publications and advertisements.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Sid Morrison donated this collection to the Washington State University Libraries in 1992 (MS 1992-66).

Processing Information note

Lawrence Stark, Cary Collins, and Brian Hahn completed preliminary processing in 1995. Graduate students Kristopher Skelton and Michelle Winmill completed final processing in 2012. The WSU College of Liberal Arts and the Department of History provided funding assistance for processing, including funds in 2012 from the Greater Columbia Plateau Initiative.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

MASC holds papers of other previous representatives from the 4th Congressional District:

Knute Hill Papers (Cage 194)

Otis Halbert Holmes Papers (Cage 224)

Catherine May Papers (Cage 304)

Mike McCormack Papers (Cage 690)

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • United States. Congress. House.

Geographic Name(s)

  • United States -- Politics and government -- History -- Sources
  • Washington (State) -- History -- Sources

Subject(s)

  • Legislators -- United States -- Archives
  • Legislators -- United States -- Correspondence
  • Politics and politicians

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Collection Inventory

Series 1. Constituent correspondence, 1980-1992 

Subseries 1.1. Letters (incoming and outgoing), 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Constituent Mail, 1980 October-1981 May 

1 1-18

Constituent Mail, 1981 May-1981 September 

2 19-34

Constituent Mail, 1981 September-1981 December 

3 35-51

Constituent Mail, 1982 January-1982 March 

4 52-66

Constituent Mail, 1982 March-1982 June 

5 67-81

Constituent Mail, 1982 June-1982 October 

6 82-99

Constituent Mail, 1982 October-1983 February 

7 100-115

Constituent Mail, 1983 March-1983 May 

8 116-130

Constituent Mail, 1983 May-1983 August 

9 131-144

Constituent Mail, 1983 August-1984 January 

10 145-160

Constituent Mail, 1984 February-1985 March 

11 161-178

Constituent Mail, 1985 March-1985 August 

12 179-194

Constituent Mail, 1985 September-1986 February 

13 195-209

Constituent Mail, 1986 March-1986 August 

14 210-224

Constituent Mail, 1986 August-1987 April 

15 225-241

Constituent Mail, 1987 April-1987 August 

16 242-256

Constituent Mail, 1987 August-1988 January 

17 257-270

Constituent Mail, 1988 January-1988 June 

18 271-285

Constituent Mail, 1988 July-1989 February 

19 286-301

Constituent Mail, 1989 February-1989 May 

20 302-316

Constituent Mail, 1989 May-1989 November 

21 317-330

Constituent Mail, 1989 December-1990 June 

22 331-347

Constituent Mail, 1990 July-1990 November 

23 348-362

Constituent Mail, 1990 November-1991 April 

24 363-376

Constituent Mail, 1991 April-1991 October 

25 377-393

Constituent Mail, 1991 November-1992 April 

26 394-410

Constituent Mail, 1992 April-1992 December 

27 411-423

Subseries 1.2. Standard responses, 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Constituent Mail-Standard Responses 

28 424-440

Constituent Mail-Standard Responses 

29 441-457

Constituent Mail-Standard Responses 

30 458-472

Constituent Mail-Standard Responses 

31 473-477

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Series 2. Guest book, 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Guestbooks 

31 478-481

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Series 3. Newspaper clippings, 1981-1992 

Box Folder

News Clips, 1981 January-1982 August 

32 482-503

News Clips, 1982 September-1983 August 

33 504-521

News Clips, 1983 September-1984 December 

34 522-569

News Clips, 1984-1985 

35 570-603

News Clips, 1986 January-1986 December 

36 604-618

Washington to Washington 

36 619

News Clips, 1987 January-1988 March 

37 620-639

News Clips, 1988 April-1989 December 

38 640-660

News Clips, 1990 January-1991 June 

39 661-680

News Clips, 1991 July-1992 April 

40 681-697

News Clips, 1992 April-1992 November 

41 698-716

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Series 4. Legislative files, 1980-1992 

Subseries 4.1. Bills, 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Co-Sponsored Bills, 97th-99th Congresses 

42 717-730

Co-Sponsored Bills, 99th-102nd Congresses 

43 731-741

Subseries 4.2. Legislative profiles, 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Legislative Profiles, 97th-102nd Congresses; Legislative Procedure Manual, 97th Congress 

44 742-756

Subseries 4.3. Voting record, 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Individual Voting Records, 97th-102nd Congresses 

44 757

Subseries 4.4. Legislative briefs and reports, 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Legislative Briefs, 97th-100th Congresses 

45 758-774

Legislative Briefs, 99th-100th Congresses 

46 775-790

Legislative Briefs, 101st-102nd Congresses, Legislative Reports 99th-100th Congresses 

47 791-808

Legislative Briefs, 102nd Congress, 

48 809-811

Agency Correspondence 

48 812-872

Legislative Reports 100th Congress, Legislative Activity Guides, 99th-102nd Congresses 

49 873-887

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Series 5. Press files, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Press Files, Box A 

50 888-920

Press Files, Box B 

51 921-938

Press Files, Box C 

52 939-953

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Series 6. Schedules, 1981-1992 

Box Folder

Schedules, 1981-1984 

53 954-967

Schedules, 1984-1992 

54 968-983

Schedules, 1988-1992 

55 984-986

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Series 7. Voter surveys, 1987-1988 

Box Folder

Report of Washington voter attitude survey, 1987 December; Report of Washington District 4 voter survey, 1988 June 

56 987

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Series 8. Miscellaneous office files (biographies, office policies, and presentation notes), circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Sid Morrison biographies, office policies, and presentation notes 

56 988-991

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Series 9. Subject files, circa 1980-1992 

Subseries 9.1. Hanford, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Fast Flux Test Facility 

57 992-996

Fast Flux Test Facility Commercialization Bill 

57 997

Fast Flux Test Facility and Nuclear Medicine 

57 998

Hanford Reach 

57 999

Hanford Reach 

58 1000-1006

Hanford Reach; Meeting with Senator Evans 

59 1007

State Department of Natural Resources Proposal to Exchange Land North of Hanford Reach 

59 1008

Energy and Water Appropriations, 1987 

59 1009

Radiation Expo Act 

59 1010

Hanford Thyroid Disease Study 

59 1011

Dose Reconstruction 

59 1012

Dose Language 

59 1013

Hanford "Wish List" Projects 

59 1014

Miscellaneous 

59 1015-1018

Miscellaneous 

60 1019-1024

Privatization 

60 1025-1026

Privatization and Labor Support 

60 1027

Privatization-Laundry 

60 1028

Whistleblower Bricker 

60 1029

Skaggs Bills 

61 1030

Environmental and Molecular Sciences Laboratory 

61 1031-1032

Waste Cleanup Privatization Bill, 1991 

61 1033

HWVP-TPA 

61 1034-1035

Watkins 

61 1036

Global Warming 

61 1037

Fusion 

61 1038

SDI-SP100 

61 1039

Apropos Letters, FY 1990 

61 1040

SIS 

61 1041

2010 Report 

61 1042

Defense Authorization Amendments 

61 1043

Sub Seabed Disposal 

61 1044

SMES 

61 1045

Spratt Weapons Complex Panel 

61 1046

Sub-Scrapings 

61 1047

FY 1990 Hanford Budget 

61 1048

Hanford Reach of the Columbia River 

62 1049-1050

Green Run 

62 1051

Battelle 

62 1052

Irradiation 

62 1053

N Reactor 

62 1054

FFTF-FMEE 

62 1055

Waste Repository 

62 1056

Defense Waste Cleanup 

62 1057

Waste Cleanup-Eschels 

62 1058

WNP 1 

62 1059-1060

WNP 1 1991 

63 1061

WNP 1 Option 

63 1062

N Reactor and Tritium 

63 1063

The Case for Full Pension Credit 

63 1064

Reactor Decommissioning 

63 1065-1067

Linear Accelerator 

63 1068

Irradiation 

63 1070

Low Level Nuclear Waste 

63 1071

Budget and Program Overview 

64 1072

Diversification, Miscellaneous, 1987-1988 

64 1073

Weapons Burn Bill 

64 1074

Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory 

64 1075

BPA 

64 1076

Benton County PILT 

64 1077

SMES 

64 1078

Retirees 

64 1079

Correspondence 

64 1080

Site Selection Panel 

64 1081

Fusion 

64 1082

FMEF Rescope 

64 1083

Hanford Horses 

64 1084

Department of Energy 

64 1085

Subseries 9.2. Mount St. Helens, 1980-1988 

Box Folder

Skamania County Solid Waste Resource Recovery Project 

65 1086

Correspondence 

65 1087

Land Management Plan 

65 1088

Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement, Volumes 1 and 2 

65 1089-1090

A Comprehensive Plan 

66 1091

National Volcanic Monument 

66 1092

Final Environmental Statement 

66 1093

Miscellaneous 

66 1094-1095

Miscellaneous 

67 1096-1097

Legislation 

67 1099-1102

Legislation 

68 1103-1107

Legislation 

69 1108-1113

Legislation 

70 1114-1119

Legislation 

71 1120

Update 1988 

71 1121

Legislation Maps 

71 1122-1123

Articles 

71 1124

Subseries 9.3. Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Miscellaneous 

71 1125-1126

Miscellaneous 

72 1127-1132

Miscellaneous 

73 1133-1137

City of North Bonneville 

73 1138

City of North Bonneville 

74 1139-1143

City of North Bonneville 

75 1144-1146

Columbia Gorge Management Plan, Media Clippings 

75 1147

Maps 

75 1148-1149

Background 

75 1150

Gorge Interpretive Center (Skamania County) 

75 1151

Legislation 

76 1152-1154

Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, 1986 Legislation 

76 1155

Environmental Law 

76 1156

Columbia River Gorge Commission Study 

76 1157

Lake Chelan 

77 1158-1159

Yakima River Basin 

77 1160-1162

Testimony 

78 1163-1164

Friends of the Gorge 

78 1165-1166

Friends of the Gorge Testimony 

78 1167

Management Plan 

78 1168

Management Plan 

79 1169-1172

Subcommittee Hearings 

79 1173

History 

80 1174-1178

History 

81 1179-1183

History 

82 1184-1186

Briefing Book-USDA Forest Service 

82 1187

Private Rights and Public Lands 

82 1188

Stevenson Co-ply, Inc., Columbia Gorge United 

82 1189

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area 

82 1190

Skamania Lodge Conference Center 

83 1191

Subseries 9.4. Wilderness, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Okanogan National Forest Plan-Environmental Impact Statement 

83 1192

Okanogan National Forest Plan 

83 1193

Report of the Forest Service-Fiscal Year 1986 

83 1194

Spotted Owl Guideline, Volumes 1 and 2 

83 1195-1196

Recommended Renewable Resources Program: 1986-2030 

83 1197

Draft Environmental Impact Statement-Wenatchee 

84 1198

Appendices; DEIS-Wenatchee National Forest 

84 1199

Proposed Land and Resource Management Plan-Wenatchee National Forest 

84 1200

Draft Environmental Impact Statement-Olympic National Forest 

84 1201

Appendices: DEIS-Olympic National Forest 

85 1202

Proposed Land and Resources Management Plan-Olympic National Forest 

85 1203

Draft Environmental Impact Statement-Okanogan National Forest 

85 1204

Appendices: DEIS-Okanogan National Forest 

85 1205

Proposed Land and Resources Management Plan-Okanogan National Forest 

85 1206

Indian Heaven Back Country 

86 1207

102 Hikes in the Alpine Lakes, South Cascades and Olympics 

86 1208

101 Hikes in the North Cascades 

86 1209-1210

Subseries 9.5. Agriculture, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Agricultural Committee Business 

86 1211

Ag Research Labs ARJ-Yakima 

86 1212

ALAR-Apple Buy-out Program 

86 1213

ALAR 

86 1214-1215

ALAR 

87 1216

ALAR-Apple Budget, 1989 June-July 

87 1217

American Seed Trade Association 

87 1218

Apples 

87 1219-1222

Apple Advisory Committee 

88 1223-1234

Apple Exports 

88 1225

Apples-Fruit 

88 1226

Appropriations 

88 1227

Asian Apple Trade 

88 1228-1229

Asparagus 

88 1230

Barley 

89 1231

Barley-Malt Producers 

89 1232

Beer Wholesalers 

89 1233

Bees-Honey 

89 1234

Bills 

89 1235

Chilean Apple Export 

89 1236

Codling Moth 

89 1237

Columbia Basin Irrigation 

89 1238

Columbia Basin Project 

89 1239

Challenge Cost-Share Agreements 

89 1240

Conservation Reserve Program 

89 1241

Dairy Industry 

89 1242

Dairy Delisting 

89 1243

Dairy Advisory Committee 

89 1244

Disaster Assistance-Whitefly 

89 1245

Drought Scare, 1988 

89 1246

Dry Beans 

89 1247

Dry Van Legislation 

89 1248

East High Development; Bureau Reclamation 

89 1249

East High Development 

90 1250-1251

EBDCs 

90 1252

End-W Certificate 

90 1253

Farm Animal Protection Act of 1989 

90 1254

1990 Farm Bill 

90 1255-1256

Farm Credit 

90 1157

Farm Credit Council-Notes-Interview with Insider 

90 1158

Federal Crop Insurance Corporation 

91 1159

Farm Labor 

91 1160-1161

Farm Labor Shortage 

91 1162

Farm Report, 1982 mailing 

91 1163

Farm Spouse Fairness and Equity Act, 1989 

91 1164

Farmers' Home Administration 

91 1165

Federal Crop Insurance 

91 1266

Federal Crop Insurance 

92 1267

Floor Consideration of H.R. 987 

92 1268

Food Irradiation 

92 1269-1270

Food Processing Industry, General Positions 

92 1271

Food Safety 

92 1272

F.S. Recreation Residence Authorization 

92 1273

GSPS, Pears, Guya Cheese, Dehydrated Onions 

92 1274

Growers' Credit 

92 1275

Harvesting Conservation Reserve Program Areas 

92 1276

H.R. 1368 

92 1277

Hops 

92 1278

Hops Growers 

92 1279-1280

Hops Growers 

93 1281-1286

Japan Trade 

93 1287

Johnson Creek 

94 1288

Legislation 

94 1289-1291

Mint Marketing Order 

94 1292

Maps 

94 1293

Market Promotion Program 

94 1294

Miscellaneous 

94 1295-1298

Miscellaneous 

95 1299-1305

Miscellaneous 

96 1306-1311

Northwest Horticulture Council 

96 1312

Oroville-Tonasket 

96 1313

Oroville-Tonasket Irrigation 

96 1314-1315

P.A.C.A 

96 1316

Parathion Filed Crop Uses 

96 1317

Pea-Lentil Growers 

96 1318

Pear Leaf Blister Moth 

96 1319

Pears to Mexico 

97 1320

Pesticides and Hops 

97 1321

Proposed 97th Legislation 

97 1322

Potato Crop Insurance 

97 1323

Potato Research and Promotion Act 

97 1324

Rec Reform and Hammer Clause 

97 1325

Red Raspberry Commission 

97 1326

Roza Irrigation District 

97 1327

S. 2830 

97 1328

S. 2830 

98 1329

Section 8e 

98 1330

Showcase-Yakima 

98 1331

Socioeconomic Analyses of Columbia Basin Project, Volume 1 

98 1332

Socioeconomic Analyses of Columbia Basin Project, Volume 2 

98 1333

Spearmint 

98 1334

Spuds 

98 1335

Sunnyside Irrigation 

98 1336

Sunnyside Land Transfer 

99 1337

Tea 

99 1338

Temil-Aldicarb 

99 1339

Tieton Irrigation Project 

99 1340-1341

Tongass Conference 

99 1342

Tuberculosis Eradication in Non-Traditional Livestock 

99 1343

USDA Letters 

99 1344-1345

Various States; Correspondence 

99 1346

Washington Cattlemen's Association 

99 1347

Washington Wheat Growers 

99 1348

Water 

99 1349

Water Rights 

99 1350

Water Shortage Newsletter, 1988 

99 1351

Wine Institute 

100 1352

Wine Mailing 

100 1353

Yakima Basin 

100 1354

Yakima River Enhancement 

100 1355-1356

Subseries 9.6. Environment, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Alaska 

100 1357

Alpine Lakes 

100 1358

Aquatic Life 

100 1359-1360

Basic Background 

100 1361

Bears 

100 1362

Black Bear Protection 

100 1363

Block 26 Development (Reclamation-Interior) 

101 1364

Bonneville Dam Navigational Lock Project-Site Disposal Objective 

101 1365-1366

Bonneville Navlock Dredge Spoils 

101 1367-1368

Chelan County Fish Pond 

101 1369

Clean Air Act 

101 1370

Clean Air Act 

102 1371-1372

Coastal Barrier Improvement Act 

102 1373

Conconully Lakes Dispute 

102 1374

Corps of Engineers 

102 1375

Cougar Lakes 

102 1376

Miscellaneous Correspondence 

102 1377

Crescent Bay Development 

102 1378

Deer Harvesting 

102 1379

Draft-Fish and Wildlife Program 

103 1380

Early Winters Report 

103 1381

Early Winters Resort 

103 1382-1385

Early Winters Resort Briefing 

104 1386

Early Winters Resorts 

104 1387

Early Winters 

104 1388

East Wenatchee-Douglas County Watershed Project 

104 1389

Economic Dev. Grant for Forks, Skamania and Okanogan 

104 1390

Elwha Dam 

104 1391

Environment Miscellaneous Environment and Resource Issues 

104 1392-1393

Flood Controls, Wenatchee and Chelan County 

104 1394

Fish and Wildlife Service 

104 1395

Forest, Family Farms and Energy Directories 

105 1396-1397

Gifford Pinchot National Forest Proposed Boundary Change, 1984 February 9 

105 1398

Gifford Pinchot 

105 1399

Glacier Peak 

105 1400

Hatfield-Adams Amendment 

105 1401

Herke Ranch Case 

105 1402

The Home Stretch, 1984 January-February 

105 1403-1405

H.R. 3742 Rose Bill: Pesticide Safety Improvement Act 

105 1406

H.R. 3850; Federal-State Pesticide Regulation P-ship Act of 1991 

106 1407

Hurricane Hugo Damage Assessment 

106 1408

Hydroelectric Project, South Columbia Irrigation District, Bureau of Reclamation 

106 1409

Indian Tribes and the Clean Air Act 

106 1410

Lake Roosevelt 

106 1411-1412

Lake Roosevelt 

107 1413

Legislation 

107 1414

Like-kind Exchanges 

107 1415

Ljutie Industries 

107 1416-1417

Lower Columbia 

107 1418

Master Plan for White Pass, Washington 

107 1419-1420

Miscellaneous 

107 1421

Miscellaneous 

108 1422-1426

Marine Mammal Protection 

108 1427

Moses Lake Clean Lake Project 

108 1428

Moses Lake Groundwater-Reclamation-Interior (Project File) 

108 1429

National Energy Program (Columbia River) 

108 1430

New Generation Pesticides 

108 1431

Notes 

108 1432

Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary 

108 1433

Oil Spill Legislation 

109 1434

Okanogan 

109 1435

Open Spaces Preservation Act 

109 1436

Pacific Yew Legislation 

109 1437-1439

Peshastin Pinnacles 

109 1440

Pesticide Minor Use Caucus 

109 1441

Prescriptive Use Provisions 

109 1442

Projects 

109 1443

Rabanco Waste Site 

110 1444-1446

Reclamation Act 

110 1447-1448

Ringgold Slide and Franklin County Road Study 

110 1449

Safe Drinking Water Act 

110 1450

Save Chelan Alliance 

110 1451

Smith Canyon Irrigation District 

110 1452

Soap Lake 

111 1453-1456

Sunnyside Canal Fish Screening Facility 

111 1457

Tri-Cities Levies 

111 1458-1459

Urban and Community Forestry Act of 1989 

111 1460

Underground Storage Tanks 

112 1461-1464

U.S. v. Washington Phase II: Analysis and Recommendations 

112 1465

Waste Disposal and Water Pollution 

112 1466

Wildlife and Ecosystems Project 

113 1467

William O. Douglas Goose Prairie Home 

113 1468

Yakima River Canyon Project 

113 1469

Yakima County Levee 

113 1470

Zintel Canyon Dam Project 

113 1471

Subseries 9.7. Timber, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Alaskan Red Cedar 

113 1472

Below Cost Sales 

113 1473

Below Cost Timber Sale Test 

113 1474

Below Costs Sales 

113 1475

BLM "God Squad" 

113 1476

Boise Cascade 

113 1477

Correspondence 

113 1478

Customs and Trade Act 

113 1479

East Side Forests 

113 1480

Endangered Worker: A Labor Perspective on Timber Issues 

113 1481

Environmentalist 

113 1482

Exports 

113 1483

Exports 

114 1484

Federal Timber Contract Payment Modification Act 

114 1485

Forest Resources Amendments Act of 1992 

114 1486

Forest Resources Technical Bulletin 

114 1487

Forest Services Report of Congress 

114 1488

Forest and Spotted Owl Protection 

114 1489

Forestry (2000) 

114 1490-1492

Gov. Booth Gardner 

115 1493

Hatfield-Adams Amendments 

115 1494

H.R. 3263 

115 1495

H.R. 4899 

115 1496-1498

H.R. 4899 

116 1499

Interior Consideration of H.R. 987, 1989 May 24 

116 1500

Legal Action 

116 1501

LePley Property 

116 1502

Log Exports 

116 1503

Log Export Conference 

116 1504

Log Export Petition 

116 1505

Log Export Versions 

116 1506-1507

Miscellaneous 

117 1508-1510

New Forestry 

117 1511

Northwest Members-Timber Legislation 

117 1512

Okanogan Briefing Paper: "Okanogan National Forest Land Resource Management Plan," 1990 January 29 

117 1513

Old Growth 

117 1514-1515

Old Growth Bills 

118 1516-1523

Old Growth Bills 

118 1524-1526

Timber Old-Growth Bills 

119 1527

Old Growth Compromise 

119 1528

Old Growth-Spotted Owl 

119 1529

Olin's Bill 

119 1530

Omak Wood Products 

119 1531-1532

Olympic National Resource Center 

119 1533

Pacific Northwest Research Station 

119 1534

Plum Creek Land Exchange 

119 1535

Plum Creek Timber 

119 1536

Plywood 

119 1537

Public Law 480 

119 1538

Rural Development 

119 1539

Sacred Areas 

119 1540

Salvage 

120 1541

Salvage Sales Bill 

120 1542-1543

Short Term Fixed General 

120 1544

Softwood Lumber Agreement 

120 1545

Spotted Owl 

120 1546

Stevenson Co-ply 

120 1547

Timber Act 3263 

120 1548-1549

Timber Harvest 

120 1550

Tongass: General Background 

120 1551

Tongass Timber Reform Act 

120 1552

Wenatchee 

120 1553

Subseries 9.8. Energy, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Bonneville Power. Pearson A.P. 

121 1554

Electric Utilities 

121 1555-1556

Energy Exchange Mailing 

121 1557

Energy Newsletter, 1983 

121 1558

Energy Shipments to California 

121 1559-1160

Geothermal 

122 1561

Hydroelectric Power 

122 1562-1564

Hydro Relicensing 

122 1565

International Oil Issues 

122 1566

Miscellaneous 

123 1567-1571

Natural Gas 

123 1572

Northwest Power Planning Council 

123 1573

Northwest Power Bill 

123 1574

Northern Tier Pipeline 

124 1575

Public Power Legislation 

124 1576

Synthetic Fuels Issues 

124 1577

Solar and Renewable Energy 

124 1578

Water Power 

124 1579

Wind Energy 

124 1580

WPPSS Financial Litigation 

124 1581-1582

WPPSS 

124 1583

Subseries 9.9. Indians, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Boldt Decision 

124 1584-1585

Clearwater 

125 1586

Colville Confederated Tribes 

125 1587-1588

Cowlitz Tribe 

125 1589

Fishing Access 

125 1590-1591

Fishing Rights, Columbia River 

125 1592

Miscellaneous Issues 

125 1593

Proposal to Study Federal Indian Policies 

126 1594

Small Tribes Organization of Western Washington 

126 1595

Yakama Nation Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance 

126 1596

Yakama Boundaries 

126 1597

Yakama Health Facility 

126 1598-1599

Yakama Nation Health Facility Study 

127 1600

Yakama Investment of O and M Funds 

127 1601

Yakama Nation 

127 1602-1604

Yakama Nation 

128 1605-1606

Subseries 9.10. Wilderness II, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Agriculture Committee-Spotted Owl Directory, 1989-1991 

128 1607

Alpine Lakes Area-Land and Water Conservation Fund 

128 1608

Alpine Lakes Protection Society 

128 1609

Alternative and Resource Maps: Olympic and Wenatchee National Forest 

128 1610

Alternative and Resource Maps: Okanogan National Forest 

128 1611

Boundary Adjustment. George Wall (Park Service-Forest) 

129 1612

Bureau of Land Management, Enloe Dam R and PP Reversion 

129 1613

Bureau of Land Management, Trespass Resolution Plan 

129 1614

Cedar River Land Exchange 

129 1615

Chelan PUD Land Exchange 

129 1616

Chopaka Mountain Wilderness Study 

129 1617

Clear Lake 

129 1618

Commerce, Fish Hatcheries 

129 1619

Congressional Briefing Papers on Selected Roadless Areas 

129 1620

Cougar Lakes Proposal 

129 1621

Cougar Lakes Wilderness Study Report 

129 1622-1623

Environmental Impact Statement Response Forms: Olympic and Okanogan National Forests 

129 1624

Environmental Protection Agency 

129 1625

Field's Point 

130 1626

Forest Bills 

130 1627

Forestry Protection 

130 1628-1631

Glacier Peak 

130 1632

Goose Prairie 

130 1633

H.R. 3189 

130 1634

H.R. 3189 

131 1635

H.R. 4087, Custer National Forest 

131 1636

H.R. 4970, Ski Area Permits 

131 1637

H.R. 4980, Forest Health 

131 1638-1639

H.R. 5119, Cumberland Mountain Trail 

131 1640

H.R. 5605, Cedar River Watershed 

131 1641

H.R. 6000, Ed Jenkins National Recreational Area 

131 1642

H.R. 6013, Sierra Nevada Forests 

131 1643

H.R. 6014, Mark Twain National Forest 

131 1644

Kettle Range 

131 1645

Lake Roosevelt Management Plan 

131 1646-1647

Lake Wenatchee 

132 1648

Land Exchanges 

132 1649-1650

Law Language Examples 

132 1651

Legislation 

132 1652

Maps 

132 1653

Mining Development Exploration Law, H.R. 918 

132 1654

Minor Use Act, Current 

132 1655

Miscellaneous 

133 1656-1660

Miscellaneous Correspondence 

133 1661

Miscellaneous Legislation 

133 1662-1663

Mission Ridge 

134 1664

Montana National Forest Management Act 

134 1665-1666

Mt. Baker 

134 1667

Naches Tieton White River Land-use Study 

134 1668

National Park Service 

134 1669

North Cascade Environment Assessment 

134 1670

North Cascade Environment Statement 

134 1671

Northern Spotted Owl Final Environmental Impact Statement 

134 1672

Northwest Forest Protection Bill 

134 1673

Pacific Northwest Trail 

135 1674

Park Wilderness Bill, H.R. 4146-S. 2165 

135 1675-1676

Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge 

135 1677

Proposals 

135 1678

Public Land Users' Society 

135 1679

Rights of Way 

136 1680

Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (Draft) 

136 1681

Roadless Area Review and Evaluation, Final Environmental Statement 

136 1682

S. 1029, Colorado Wilderness Bill 

136 1683

S. 1696, Montana Wilderness Bill 

136 1684

S. 2172, Idaho-Arkansas Land Exchange 

136 1685

Senate Hearing, 1983 September 30 

137 1686

Stehekin 

137 1687

Stehekin Community 

137 1688

Tatshenshini River 

137 1689

Trails Legislation 

137 1690

Washington State Wilderness Act of 1983--Washington State Snowmobile Association 

137 1691

Washington State Wilderness Bill 

137 1692

Washington State Wilderness Bill Hearing Testimony from Outside 4th District 

138 1693-1695

Washington State Wilderness Bill Hearing Testimony from Inside 4th District 

138 1696-1698

Washington Water Research Center 

138 1699

Washington Wildlife, Journal of the Washington Wilderness Coalition 

138 1700

Washington Wilderness 

138 1701

Washington Wilderness Bill Maps 

139 1702-1703

Washington Wilderness Briefing Notebook 

139 1704-1705

Washington Wilderness Hearings 

139 1706-1707

Wetlands Bill 

140 1708

White Pass Master Plan 

140 1709

Wilderness Agencies 

140 1710

Winter Recreation Commission 

140 1711

Subseries 9.11. Alphabetical subject file, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Abortion Issue Memos, 1992 

140 1712

Agency Reply, 1987 

140 1713-1714

Aging Issues Memos 

140 1715

Aging Issues Memos 

141 1716

AGPLEX 

141 1717

Alcohol Fuels 

141 1718

American Association of Retired Persons 

141 1719

American Philatelic Society 

141 1720

American Factory Trawler Association 

141 1721

Analytical Chemistry 

141 1722

Appropriations Requests 

141 1723

Appropriations 1991, Environment-Wilderness-Indians 

141 1724-1725

Army Corps of Engineers 

141 1726

Beverly-Royal Slope 

142 1727

Bill Introduction Information 

142 1728

Blaze Contracting Dispute, 1990-1991 

142 1729

Booth Gardner 

142 1730

Bravo 

142 1731

Budget Memos 

142 1732

Burger King Honors Excellence in Education 

142 1733

Burlington Northern Rail Abandonment 

142 1734

Campaign 

142 1735

Campaign Memos 

142 1736

Canadian Pollution 

143 1737-1738

Capital Gains Bill: Economy 

143 1739

Capital Gains Coalition 

143 1740

Capital Gains Forum 

143 1741

Capacity Building Project 

143 1742

Caucus 

143 1743

Central Memorial Hospital 

143 1744

Central Washington University Camp Program 

143 1745

Central Washington University ROTC 

143 1746

Chamber of Commerce 

143 1747

Child Labor 

143 1748

Child Nutrition 

144 1749

Civil Rights 

144 1750

Close-up Questionnaire (Students) 

144 1751

Columbia Gorge Interpretive 

144 1752

Columbia Park 

144 1753

Columbia, Richland, MOD Rehab 

144 1754

Columns, 1984 

144 1755

Columns, 1985 

144 1756

Columns, 1986 

145 1757

Columns, 1987 

145 1758-1759

Columns, 1988 

145 1760

Columns, 1989 

145 1761

Communications 

145 1762

Conconully Spillway, Okanogan 

145 1763

Congressional Rural Caucus 

145 1764

Copyright-Patent 

145 1765

Correspondence with other Members of Congress 

145 1766

Correspondence with other Members of Congress 

146 1767

Cosigned Bills, 98th-100th Congress 

146 1768-1771

Co-sponsored Measures 

146 1772

Crime Bill 

146 1773

Defense 

146 1774-1775

Department of the Army 

146 1776

Department of the Army 

147 1777

Department of Commerce 

147 1778

Department of Housing and Urban Development 

147 1779

Department of the Interior 

147 1780

Department of Justice 

147 1781

Department of Transportation 

147 1782

Developmentally Disabled Projects: Katie Dolan 

147 1783

Drugs 

147 1744-1785

Ecos Hazardous Waste Incinerator (Adams) 

147 1786

Education Conference 

147 1787

Employment 

148 1788

Endorsement Letters 

148 1789

Energy Equipment and Manufacturing-Fireplace Furnace 

148 1790

Energy-Low Income Energy Assistance 

148 1791

Engine Oil Heaters 

148 1792

Environment: Miscellaneous 

148 1793-1794

European Community 

148 1795

Export Newsletter, 1982 

148 1796

FAA and Wells 

148 1797

Farming 

148 1798

Farmers' Home Administration 

148 1799

FDA Bothell Inspection Station 

148 1800

Federal Emergency Management Agency 

148 1801

Federal Employees and US Postal Service 

149 1802

Federal Spending 

149 1803

Ferroalloy Caucus 

149 1804

Ferroalloys 

149 1805

Food Irradiation-Sid Morrison Press 

149 1806

Food Irradiation-H.R. 696 

149 1807

Foreign Affairs 

149 1808

Foreign Affairs Memos 

149 1809

Frontier Market 

149 1810

General Accounting Office 

149 1811

General, Congress 

149 1812

Goldendale-Aluminum Smelter 

149 1813

Golob, Dick 

149 1814

Grand Coulee Dam Laser Light Show 

149 1815-1816

Grand Coulee Job Classification 

150 1817

Graphics 

150 1818

Greater Wenatchee Improvement Load 

150 1819

HAAS Grant, Fall 1988-1989 

150 1820

Handicapped 

150 1821

Health Care Memos 

150 1822-1823

Health Insurance Guide for Senior Citizens 

150 1824

Horse Issue 

150 1825

Horse Racing 

150 1826

Housing 

150 1827

Housing and Urban Development 

150 1828

H.R. 3781 Repeat of SOT 

151 1829

Hydropower 

151 1830

Immigration 

151 1831-1833

Immigration and Nationality 

151 1834

Immigration Movie 

151 1835

Impact Aid 

151 1836-1837

Inauguration 

151 1838

Interstate Commerce Committee 

151 1839

Interview Notes 

151 1840

Japanese Agricultural Trading Council 

151 1841

Jobs and Dislocated Workers 

152 1842

Judiciary Issues 

152 1843

Labor: Davis-Bacon Act 

152 1844

Labor: General 

152 1845

Legal Services Corporation 

152 1846

Life-cycle Cost Bill 

152 1847

Long Term Home Health Care Newsletter 

152 1848

Mariners 

152 1849

Marlin Post Office 

152 1850

Media Background 

152 1851

Medicare Video 

152 1852

Merger Bill 

152 1853

Member Travel, 1984 

152 1854

Mid-Columbia PUD 

152 1855-1856

Mid-Columbia PUD, Tax Technical Corrections Issue 

152 1857

Minority Set Asides 

152 1858

Miscellaneous Budget Items 

152 1859

Miscellaneous DOD Project, 1988 

152 1860

Miscellaneous Filing, 1992 

153 1861

Miscellaneous Housing 

153 1862

Miscellaneous Local Grant-Economic Development 

153 1863

Miscellaneous Memos 

153 1864

Miscellaneous 1981 Papers 

153 1865

Miscellaneous Resolutions 

153 1866

Miscellaneous 

153 1867

Moses Lake Wayport 

153 1868

Nader's Reports 

153 1869

National Aeronautic and Space Administration 

153 1870

National Federation of Federal Employees 

153 1871

National Guard Anti-Drug Effort 

153 1872

Navigation Development Bonneville Lock and Dam 

153 1873

Newsletter, 1982-1983 

153 1874

Newsletter, Catastrophic Health Care Act, May 1988 

154 1875

Newsletter Drafts 

154 1876

Nordstrom Labor Dispute, 1990 

154 1877

Nuclear Regulatory Commission 

154 1878

Okanogan Landfill (BLM) 

154 1879

Organ Tissue Donor Awareness Week 

154 1880-1882

Oroville-Tonasket Rehabilitation Project 

154 1883

Pack Gun Device 

154 1884

Padron Case-Human Rights in Mexico, 1991 

154 1885

Personal Speech-Washington Health Care Association, 1992 

154 1886

Pike Place Market Tax Issues 

154 1887

Political 

154 1888

Port of Benton 

154 1889

Port of Moses Lake 

154 1890

Port of Pasco-Sacajawea Park 

155 1891

Postal Patron Newsletter 

155 1892

Price-Anderson 

155 1893

Procurement Workshop 

155 1894

Public Health 

155 1895

Public Relations-Congrats Send 

155 1896

Purchase Department 

155 1897

Rabanco Hazardous Waste Incinerator (Grant County) 

155 1898

Regulations 

155 1899

Replenishment and Special Agricultural Workers (RAW and SAW) 

155 1900

Republican Whip and Republican Leadership Information 

155 1901

Richland Energy Conference 

155 1902

Sales Tax Deductibility 

155 1903

Savings and Loan Bill, 1989 

155 1904

Seattle Times Clips 

155 1905

Senate Seat 1988 

155 1906

Senior Health Conference 

155 1907

Senior Health Conference, 1984 

156 1908

Senior Health Conference, 1991 

156 1909

Senior Newsletter 

156 1910

Sexual Harassment 

156 1911

Sid Morrison's Campaign Reform 

156 1912

Sid Morrison's Personal Notes 

156 1913

Sid Morrison's Press 

156 1914

Sid Morrison and Rescue of Coulee Community Hospital 

156 1915

Ski Area User Fee Bill 

156 1916

Special Services Memo 

156 1917

Specialty Mailings 

156 1918

Speech Materials 

156 1919

Speech Notes 

156 1920-1921

Speech Notes 

157 1922

Standard Language, 1982 

157 1923

State Crime Package 

157 1924

State Legislative Priorities, 1989 meeting 

157 1925

Studies 

157 1926-1928

Superconducting Super-Collider 

157 1929

Tabloid Ideas 

157 1930

Talking Notes 

157 1931

Taxes 

157 1932

Tax Exemptions-Private Schools 

158 1933

Tax Reform 

158 1934

Tax Simplification Newsletter 

158 1935

Testimony Before Ways and Mean Committee 

158 1936

The Administration 

158 1937

Trade-U.S. and Canada 

158 1938-1939

Trains-Amtrak-Local 

158 1940

Trichina-Safe Pork 

158 1941

Tri-Cities Fair Market Rents-Summer 1989 

158 1942

Truth in Mileage 

158 1943

U.S. General Services Administration 

158 1944

U.S.-Soviet Partners Project, 1989 

158 1945

Vernita Bridge Boat Ramp 

158 1946

Veterans Administration 

158 1947

Veterinarian Medicines 

158 1948

Washington Beef vs. NLRB 

159 1949

Washington Governor's Staff 

159 1950

Washington State Migrant Council 

159 1951

Watkins Visit 

159 1952

Welcome Letter to New Members 

159 1953

Wenatchee Irrigation District 

159 1954-1955

Worlds' Fair (Spain) 

159 1956

WPDOCs-by Subject 

159 1957

WPPSS Conversion 

159 1958

WPPSS Letter Enclosure 

159 1959

WSU Branch Campus Land Transfer Bill 

159 1960

Yakima Firing Center Expansion 

159 1961

Yakima Weather Station 

159 1962

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Series 10. Gubernatorial campaign, 1992 

Box Folder

Miscellaneous campaign material 

160 1963-1964

Agricultural Bureau 

160 1965

Agriculture Forestry Letter 

160 1966

Announcement Tour, Contributions 

160 1967

Asian Pacific American Political Caucus (APPAC) 

160 1968

Benchmark Survey 

160 1969

Jay Bryant 

160 1970

Campaign Fair Practices 

160 1971

Campaign Schedule 

160 1972

Commission on Children, Youth and Families 

160 1973

Cougar Letter 

160 1974

Credit Letter 

160 1975

Crista Ministries 

160 1976

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Adams to Benton 

160 1977

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Chelan to Douglas 

161 1978

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Ferry 

161 1979

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): King 

161 1980

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Kitsap to Skamania 

161 1981

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Snohomish to Thurston 

161 1982

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Wahkiakum to Whitman 

161 1983

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Yakima 

162 1984

1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): County Unknown 

162 1985

Dairy Farmers 

162 1986

Education Fact Sheet 

162 1987

Endorsements 

162 1988

Focus Group Survey 

162 1989

Yvonne Goldsmith Letter 

162 1990

Slade Gorton 

162 1991

Grain Growers 

162 1992

Grape Growers 

162 1993

Hamilton, Letter, Contributions 

162 1994

Hort Letter, Contributions 

162 1995

Hospital Administrators 

162 1996

House 1 

162 1997

Hubert Letter 

162 1998

Insurance 

162 1999

International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union 

162 2000

King-G.O.P 

162 2001

Lewis County 

162 2002

Miller Letter 

162 2003

Miscellaneous Newsletters, Letters, Etc. 

162 2004

Newhouse Letter 

162 2005

Nursery 

162 2006

Old Donors 

162 2007

PAC Fundraiser, Invitations, Contributions 

162 2008

Pierce City 

162 2009

Peninsula Business Journal 

162 2010

Polls 

162 2011

Questionnaire: Adams County 

163 2012

Questionnaire: American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) 

163 2013

Questionnaire: Association of WA, School Principals 

163 2014

Questionnaire: Blacks in Government (BIG) 

163 2015

Questionnaire: Building Industry Association of Washington (BIA) 

163 2016

Questionnaire: The Columbian 

163 2017

Questionnaire: Heart of American Northwest 

163 2018

Questionnaire: The Herald 

163 2019

Questionnaire: Initiative 119 

163 2020

Questionnaire: Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center 

163 2021

Questionnaire: International Herald Examiner 

163 2022

Questionnaire: Journal American 

163 2023

Questionnaire: League of Women Voters 

163 2024

Questionnaire: Lutheran Compass 

163 2025

Questionnaire: Mason County Private Property Alliance 

163 2026

Questionnaire: The Media Index 

163 2027

Questionnaire: Microsoft Statement 

163 2028

Questionnaire: North Olympic Timber Action Committee (NOTAC) 

163 2029

Questionnaire: N.W. Indian Fisheries Commission 

163 2030

Questionnaire: The Olympian 

163 2031

Questionnaire: Pacific Media Group 

163 2032

Questionnaire: Planned Parenthood 

163 2033

Questionnaire: The People's Press 

163 2034

Questionnaire: Political Equity Coalition 

163 2035

Questionnaire: Puget Sound Business Journal 

163 2036

Questionnaire: Responsible Dog Owners of Western States (RDOWS) 

163 2037

Questionnaire: Seattle Municipal Elections Committee 

163 2038

Questionnaire: Seattle PI, League of Women's Voters 

163 2039

Questionnaire: The Seattle Times 

163 2040

Questionnaire: Senior Spectrum 

163 2041

Questionnaire: Sierra Club 

163 2042

Questionnaire: Spokane Alliance for the Mentally Ill 

163 2043

Questionnaire: Spokesman Review 

163 2044

Questionnaire: Times Mirror 

163 2045

Questionnaire: Tri-Cities Herald 

163 2046

Questionnaire: WA Advocates for the Mentally Ill 

163 2047

Questionnaire: WA Association of Realtors 

163 2048

Questionnaire: Washington Family Council 

163 2049

Questionnaire: WA Federation of Teachers 

163 2050

Questionnaire: WA Health Care Association 

163 2051

Questionnaire: WA Research Council 

163 2052

Questionnaire: WA State Association of Auditors 

163 2053

Questionnaire: WA State National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) 

163 2054

Questionnaire: WA State Psychiatric Association 

163 2055

Questionnaire: WA State SANE-Freeze 

163 2056

Questionnaire: WA State Women's Political Caucus 

163 2057

Questionnaire: Women in Farm Economics (WIFE) 

163 2058

Realtors: Letter 

163 2059

Realtors: "Sell Home" 

163 2060

Statement to the Reel News 

163 2061

Gerald Saling-Letter 

163 2062

Skagit River Post 

163 2063

Small Business Column 

163 2064

Straight Talk Radio Program 

163 2065

Survey: Pre Decisional 

164 2066

Toplist 

164 2067

University Club 

164 2068

WA Education Association Letter 

164 2069

Article: The Washington Firefighter 

164 2070

Article for WA Public Employees Association (WPEA) Sentinel 

164 2071

WA State Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW) Letter of Endorsement 

164 2072

WA State Trappers Association-Letter 

164 2073

WA Statewide Tracking by Research-Strategy-Management Inc. 

164 2074-2075

WA Thoroughbred Breeders Association 

164 2076

James Weyrich-Letter 

164 2077

1980 Election: David Williams: Letter Contributions 

164 2078

1980 Election: Campaign Letters and Statements (Unfiled) 

164 2079

1980 Election: Fundraising Letters 

164 2080

1980 Election: Letters from Contributors 

164 2081

1980 Election: Marble Reports 

165 2082

1980 Election: Media Information Kit 

165 2083

1980 Election: Memory Letters 

165 2084

1980 Election: Miscellaneous Stickers, Brochures, Etc. 

165 2085

1980 Election: Morrison Biography 

165 2086

1980 Election: Press Clippings 

165 2087-2089

1980 Election: "Special Press" 

165 2090

1980 Election: Survey of Voter Attitudes 

165 2091

1980 Election: Ticket Samples 

165 2092

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Series 11. Photographs, circa 1980-1992 

Subseries 11.1. Photographs: Sid Morrison District Visits ("On-Site") 

Box Folder

On Site: 1980-1981 

166 2093

On Site: 1982 

166 2094-2095

On Site: Photo Album-Fast flux test facility dedication, 1982 April 30 

166 2096

On Site: 1983 

166 2097

On Site: 1984 

166 2098

On Site: 1985 

166 2099

On Site: 1986 

166 2100

On Site: 1987 

166 2101

On Site: 1989 

166 2102

On Site 1989. Hanford visit, 1989 August 29 

166 2103

On Site: 1991 

166 2104

On Site: 1992 

166 2105

On Site: Undated 

166 2106-2108

Subseries 11.2. Photographs: Sid Morrison with school groups 

Box Folder

School related: 1983 

167 2109

School related: 1984 

167 2110

School related: 1985 

167 2111

School related: 1986 

167 2112

School related: 1987 

167 2113

School related: 1988 

167 2114

School related: 1989 

167 2115

School related: 1990 

167 2116

School related: 1991 

167 2117

School related: 1992 

167 2118

School related: Undated 

167 2119

Subseries 11.3. Photographs: Awards and ceremonies 

Box Folder

1982 

167 2120

1983 

167 2121

1985 

167 2122

1986 

167 2123

1987 

167 2124

1988 

167 2125

1989 

167 2126

1990 

167 2127

1992 

167 2128

Undated 

167 2129

Subseries 11.4. Photographs: Sid Morrison with clubs and organizations 

Box Folder

1981 

167 2130

1982 

167 2131

1983 

167 2132

1984 

167 2133

1985 

167 2134

1986 

167 2135

1987 

167 2136

1988 

167 2137

1989 

167 2138

1990 

167 2139

1991 

167 2140

1992 

167 2141

Undated 

167 2142

Subseries 11.5. Photographs: Sid Morrison with private citizens 

Box Folder

1981 

168 2143

1982 

168 2144

1983 

168 2145

1984 

168 2146

1985 

168 2147

1986 

168 2148

1987 

168 2149

1988 

168 2150

1989 

168 2151

1990 

168 2152

1991 

168 2153

1992 

168 2154

Undated 

168 2155-2156

Subseries 11.6. Sid Morrison photographs for official publications 

Box Folder

1981 

169 2157

1982 

169 2158

1983 

169 2159

1984 

169 2160

1985 

169 2161

1986 

169 2162

1987 

169 2163

1988 

169 2164

1989 

169 2165

1990 

169 2166

1991 

169 2167

1992 

169 2168

Loose documents filed with photographs 

169 2169

Undated 

170 2170-2177

Subseries 11.7. Proof sheets, negatives and slides 

Box Folder

Proof sheets, negatives and slides 

171 2178-2181

Subseries 11.8. Oversized photos 

Box Folder

Oversized photos 

172 2182-2187

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Series 12. Audiovisual media, circa 1980-1992 

Subseries 12.1. Video recordings 

Box Folder

Campaign Ads-1980 September 27 

173 2188

Campaign Profile: Morrison on Issues-1980 October 16 

173 2189

Campaign Cameos-1982 

173 2190

Morrison with Ronald Reagan-1982 

173 2191

Legacy of Greatness, Republican National Convention-1982 January 

173 2192

Morrison hosts WA Workshop for Students-1982 March 12 

173 2193

Campaign Cameos-1984 

173 2194

Extending the Harvest, Food Irradiation-1984 

173 2195

Morrison show, United Nations-1984 January 30 

173 2196

Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 1-1984 July 13 

173 2197

Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 2-1984 July 13 

173 2198

Unidentified reel (labeled Rep. Morrison) 1988 July 27 

173 2199

Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 3-1984 July 13 

174 2200

Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 4-1984 July 13 

174 2201

Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 5-1984 July 13 

174 2202

Crossroads, Olympic Essay (CBS)-1984 August 

174 2203

Transport, Storage, and Handling of Nuclear Waste-1985 May 15 

174 2204

Osteoporosis Brochure (PSA)-1985 September 30 

174 2205

Introduction to the Tacoma Fire Channel-1985 October 

174 2206

Meeting of the Farm Credit Council: Farm Bill-1985 November 4 

174 2207

Office Master, Morrison on Issues-1986-1987 

174 2208

Campaign Debate, Morrison and Robert Goedecke-1986 

174 2209

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Morrison on Immigration, Show number 1-1986 October 17 

174 2210

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Sid Morrison on Immigration (unnumbered)-1986 October 17 

174 2211

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 2-1986 October 17 

174 2212

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, English and Spanish-1986 October 20 

174 2213

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal-1986 October 

174 2214

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 October 21 

174 2215

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal-1986 October 21 

174 2216

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3 

175 2217

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3 

175 2218

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3 

175 2219

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3 

175 2220

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal,-1986 November 3 

175 2221

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 1-1986 December 17 

175 2222

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 3 (Spanish)-1986 December 17 

175 2223

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 1 (Spanish)-1986 December 18 

175 2224

Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 2-1986 December 18 

175 2225

Morrison Show, Excerpts-1987-1989 

175 2226

Eastern WA University, Gov. Booth Gardner-1987 March 12 

175 2227

Campaign TV spots-1988 

175 2228

Hanford, MacNeil Lehrer Show-1988 June 20 

175 2229

Campaign Cameos and Ads 1988 June 17 

175 2230

Sid Morrison Show on Social Security and Medicare-1988 February 19 

175 2231

Osteoporosis, Hosted by Morrison-1987 

175 2232

Morrison Speech at Richland High School re: Veteran's Affairs-1988 June 27 

176 2233

Morrison Speech at Richland High School re: Veteran's Affairs-1988 June 27 

176 2234

Morrison Show on Social Security-Medicare-1988 July 27 

176 2235

Morrison Show on Social Security-Medicare-1988 July 27 

176 2236

Morrison Show on Social Security-Medicare-1988 July 28 

176 2237

Organ Donor Week-Medstar Committee Interviews-1989 

176 2238

Morrison Show on Hanford, Nuclear Fuel for Space Program-1989 October 12 

176 2239

Morrison Show on Hanford, Nuclear Fuel for Space Program-1989 October 12 

176 2240

Inside Debates: A Practical Guide-1990 

176 2241

U.S. Wetlands: A Field Report-1990 

176 2242

Jack Ward Thomas Presentation, (Spotted Owl)-1990 April 

176 2243

Spotted Owl Listing Decision, National News Coverage-1990 June 

176 2244

Morrison on Food Managers Conference, Farm Bill-1990 August 3 

176 2245

Morrison on Food Managers Conference, Farm Bill-1990 August 3 

176 2246

School Board Business-Accelerated Learning-Magnet Presentation, 1990 September 18 

176 2247

American Art Alliance (PSM)-1990 September 21 

176 2248

Save our Salmon-1990 November 1 

176 2249

The Wealth in Wetlands-1991 

177 2250

Press Conference: Raw Footage and Edited Piece-1991 April 11 

177 2251

Parliamentary Reunion Mexico-USA, San Jose Los Cabos BCS. Mexico-1991 May 

177 2252

Morrison at Hugh O'Brien Youth Seminar-1991 May 21 

177 2253

Newsclippings-1991 October 

177 2254

Newsclippings-1991 November 

177 2255

Candidacy Announcement-1991 November 4 

177 2256

Morrison on the WA State Agricultural Board-1991 November 14 

177 2257

Hanford, House Session-1991 November 18 

177 2258

Gubernatorial Forum-1992 

177 2259

News Coverage, "S. Morrison Campaign"-1992 January 

177 2260

MacNeil-Lehrer, WA State-1992 February 4 

177 2261

Campaign Ads, Governor's Race-1992 February 19 

177 2262

Newsclippings, Governor's Race-1992 March 23 

177 2263

Morrison on Drug Abuse in the Workplace-1992 March 25 

177 2264

Morrison on Drug Abuse in the Workplace-1992 March 25 

177 2265

Newsclippings, Governor's Race-1992 April 

177 2266

Candidate Focus Group, Yakima, WA-1992 April 7 

177 2267

News clippings on Morrison-1992 June 

177 2268

News Coverage on Morrison-1992 July 

177 2269

Morrison on Endangered Species-1992 May 27 

177 2270

Scimitar Ridge Ranch BBQ Dinner-1992 July 20 

178 2271

Citizens for Morrison, Campaign Ad-1992 July 20 

178 2272

Citizens for Morrison, Campaign Ad-1992 August 27 

178 2273

Campaign Ads, for Governor-1992 August 27 

178 2274

Aerial Forest Management Foundation, 3 Studies, undated 

178 2275

Campaign Ad (Morrison in Mountains), undated 

178 2276

Come Grow with Us, Port of Pasco, undated 

178 2277

Morrison on C-Span and CNN, undated 

178 2278

Goat Rocks Statement-Morrison at the Capitol, undated 

178 2279

Indonesia: Tropical Forests Forever, undated 

178 2280

A Look at Private Forest Management in WA State Today. undated 

178 2281

Newsclippings, Hanford, undated 

178 2282

Newsclippings, Wa. Wetlands, undated 

178 2283

Vertical Lift for our Forest", undated 

178 2284

A View from the Forest, Northern Spotted Owl, undated 

178 2285

Voyager: A Retrospective, undated 

178 2286

Power Requirements for Space Technology, undated 

178 2287

Space Basics, NASA Congressional Relations, undated 

178 2288

A Touch of Clymer, John Clymer Museum, undated 

178 2289

Sid Morrison for Governor, Telemundo, undated 

178 2290

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 18, Sid Morrison 1982 September 8 

179 2291

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 479, Sid Morrison-Testimonial, 1982 October 23 

179 2292

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 480, Sid Morrison-Liz's Story, 1982 October 23 

179 2293

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 519, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23 

179 2294

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 520, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23 

179 2295

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 522, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23 

179 2296

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 523, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23 

179 2297

KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 589, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23 

179 2298

Subseries 12.1. Audio recordings 

Box Folder

Reel-to-reel recordings (5" tapes, 42 items) 

180

Reel-to-reel recordings (7" tapes, 7 items) 

180

Audiocassettes (115 items) 

181

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Series 13. Awards, circa 1980-1992 

Box Folder

Plaques 

182

Trophies 

183

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Series 14. Reference and processing information 

Box Folder

Documentation of automated office correspondence management system (3 folders) 

184

Use Agreement forms (blanks) 

184

Processing file and transmittals 

184

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Series 15. Oversized materials (maps and transparencies) 

Box Folder

Proposed Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Maps, 1986 September 

O/S 2299-2300
roll Folder

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area map, 1987 

1

Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area (composite printed map), undated 

2

Okanogan National Forest maps, "Owl additions" (manuscript map), 1991 June 14 

3

"Spotted Owl Delisting Options" maps (6 rolls, 16 items), circa 1990-1991 

4.1-4.6

Cougar Lakes Wilderness (annotated printed maps), 4 items), 1981-1983 

5

Cougar Lakes Wilderness map overlays, undated 

6

Unidentified transparencies ("Our G-P" and unlabeled), undated 

7

Asset Management Study R-6 (annotated printed maps showing proposed land exchanges), 1983 

8

Proposed Wilderness Boundaries for Cougar Lakes and Norse Peak (annotated printed maps), 1981-1984. 

9

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