Cage 192

Walt Horan

Papers, 1939-1967

Representative Walt Horan (R-WA), circa 1940s-1950s.

Acquisition And Processing Information

The papers of Walter Franklin Horan, Representative in Congress from the 5th District of the State of Washington, were given to the Washington State University Library in 1964 by Mr. Horan. They were initially processed in July to November of 1965 by Earle Connette. Sally Horan donated additional papers in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and these were added to the collection. Between 2006 and 2011, the entire collection was comprehensively rehoused, and the descriptions in this collection guide were were expanded to include information at the file level.

Extent/Quantity Information

Number of containers: 515

Linear feet of shelf space: 270

Approximate number of items: 361,000

Biography

Walter Franklin Horan (1898-1966) was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1942 as representative of the Fifth Congressional District of the State of Washington. He served a total of eleven consecutive terms, from 1943 to 1964, losing the 1964 election to Thomas Foley. He was a member of several sub-committees of the House Appropriations Committee: Agriculture, Legislative, State, Commerce, Justice, and Judiciary, and served as Chairman of the District of Columbia Committee. Horan was a Republican.

Horan was born in Wenatchee, Washington, in 1898. He served in the United States Navy during World War I, and attended Washington State University, receiving his A.B. degree in 1925. He worked as an orchardist in Wenatchee.

Collection Description

The papers in this collection consist of correspondence to and from Walt Horan, interfiled and combined with other manuscripts and printed materials used in his official work. The consist of: government documents, when these were important to his work and to the file for reference and record; pamphlets and similar ephemeral materials, both solicited and unsolicited, issued by government agencies and corporate bodies and organizations; working papers and materials used in the legislative processes on the floor of the Congress and in hearings, including Mr. Horan's recorded participation and his bills; records of services rendered constituents in their personal and official intercourse with the government, civil and military; communications with constituents through radio, television, and newsletter; and political materials of national, regional, and local concern, including biennial campaigns.

Collection Arrangement

The collection was received in excellent condition, and the original arrangement has generally been preserved. Exceptions were made when the functions of an agency or bureau, for example, were modified, transferred, or ceased, or when a more comprehensive arrangement seemed desirable to bring all the papers having to do with same subject into closer proximity to simplify its use.

The outgoing office correspondence constitutes a name-index arranged alphabetically by years and will be useful in certain approaches to the papers. For example, a searcher wishing to examine the known correspondence of a Mr. Brown of Spokane may easily determine that Mr. Horan wrote to him on February 15, 1951, concerning the Rural Electrification Administration. Examination of the file of this agency will produce Mr. Brown's letter of February 7, 1951, another copy of Mr. Horan's reply, and attached will be any other correspondence Mr. Horan may have had with other persons or Government agencies in connection with his reply, along with a copy of any printed material which Mr. Horan sent to Mr. Brown.

Series List

Subjects

United States. Congress. House.
Legislators -- United States -- Correspondence.
Legislators -- United States -- Archives.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989 -- History -- Sources.
Washington (State) -- History -- Sources.

Access

This collection is open and available for research use. Copyright restrictions apply.

Preferred Citation

The suggested citation for the collection is:

[Item Description]
Walt Horan Papers
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Washington State University Libraries
Pullman, WA

Languages

Materials are in English.

Container List

Box Folder Description
    Series 1: Personal Correspondence and Invitations, 1955-1961
    Personal Correspondence
1 1 January 1955-February 1955
  2 March 1955-May 1955
  3 June 1955-October 1955
  4 November 1955-November 1956
  5 December 1956-March 1957
  6 April 1957-May 1957
  7 June 1957-August 1957
  8 September 1957-December 1957
  9 Sally Horan: August 1944-July 1945
  10 Concerning Washington State University collection: January 1961-May 1967
    Invitations
  11 January 1955-February 1956
2 12 March 1956
  13 April 1956-May 1956
  14 June 1956-August 1956
  15 September 1956-December 1956
  16 December 1956-January 1957
  17 February 1957-March 1957
  18 April 1957
  19 May 1957
3 20 June 1957- July 1957
  21 August 1957-October 1957
  22 November 1957- December 1957
    Series 2: Outgoing Office Correspondence, 1943-1964
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1943-1950
4 23 A- March-December 1943
  24 A- January-June 1944
  25 A- July 1944-March 1945
  26 A- April-October 1945
  27 A- November-December 1945
  28 A- January-May 1946
  29 A- June-December 1946
  30 A- January-April 1947
  31 A- May-December 1947
  32 A- January-April 1948
  33 A- May-December 1948
  34 A- January-April 1949
  35 A- May-December 1949
  36 A- January-July 1950
  37 A- August-December 1950
  38 B- January-May 1943
  39 B- June-September 1943
  40 B- October-December 1943
  41 B- January-February 1944
  42 B- March-April 1944
  43 B- May-August 1944
  44 B- September-December 1944
  45 B- January-February 1945
  46 B- March-April 1945
  47 B- May-June 1945
  48 B- July-September 1945
  49 B- October-November 15, 1945
  50 B- November 16-December 1945
  51 B- January-February 9, 1946
  52 B- February 11-28, 1946
  53 B- March 1946
  54 B- April-May 16, 1946
  55 B- May 18-June 1946
  56 B- July-September 1946
  57 B- October-December 1946
  58 B- January-February 1947
  59 B- March-April 1947
  60 B- May-June 1947
  61 B- July-September 1947
  62 B- October-December 1947
  63 B- January-February 1948
  64 B- March 1948
  65 B- April-May 1948
  66 B- June-August 1948
  67 B- September-December 1948
  68 B- January-February 1949
  69 B- March-April 1949
  70 B- May-June 1949
  71 B- July-August 1949
  72 B- September-December 1949
  73 B- January-February 1950
  74 B- March-April 1950
  75 B- May-June 1950
  76 B- July-August 1950
  77 B- September-October 1950
  78 B- November 1950-January 1951
5 79 C- March-May 1943
  80 C- June- September 1943
  81 C- October-December 1943
  82 C- January-March 1944
  83 C- April-June 1944
  84 C- July-December 1944
  85 C- January-March 1945
  86 C- April-May 1945
  87 C- June-August 1945
  88 C- September-October 1945
  89 C- November-December 1945
  90 C- January-February 1946
  91 C- March 1946
  92 C- April-May 23, 1946
  93 C- May 24-July 1946
  94 C- August-September 1946
  95 C- November-December 1946
  96 C- January-February 11, 1947
  97 C- February 12-March 1947
  98 C- April-May 1947
  99 C- June-July 9, 1947
  100 C- July 10-September 1947
  101 C- October-December 1947
  102 C- January-February 1948
  103 C- March-April 10, 1948
  104 C- April 13-June 1948
  105 C- July-October 1948
  106 C- November-December 1948
  107 C- January-February 1949
  108 C- March-April 11, 1949
  109 C- April 12-May 1949
  110 C- June-July 1949
  111 C- August-October 1949
  112 C- November-December 1949
  113 C- January-March 7, 1950
  114 C- March 8-April 1950
  115 C- May-June 1950
  116 C- July-August 1950
  117 C- September-November 22, 1950
  118 C- November 27-December 1950
  119 D- January-June 1943
  120 D- July-December 1943
  121 D- January-April 1944
  122 D- May-December 1944
  123 D- January-April 1945
  124 D- May-September 1945
  125 D- October-December 1945
  126 D- January-March 12, 1946
  127 D- March 14-May 1946
  128 D- June-August 1946
  129 D- September-December 1946
  130 D- January-February 1947
  131 D- March-April 1947
  132 D- May-July 1947
  133 D- August-December 1947
  134 D- January-March 16, 1948
  135 D- March 17-May 1948
  136 D- June-September 1948
  137 D- October-December 1948
  138 D- January-March 21, 1949
  139 D- March 22nd-June 1949
  140 D- July-December 1949
  141 D- January-May 1950
  142 D- June-September 8, 1950
  143 D- September 12-December 1950
6 144 E- April 1943-March 1944
  145 E- April 1944-June 1945
  146 E- July-December 1945
  147 E- January-April 1946
  148 E- May-December 1946
  149 E- January-April 1947
  150 E- May-December 1947
  151 E- January-April 1948
  152 E- May-December 1948
  153 E- January-May 1949
  154 E- June 1949-February 1950
  155 E- March-December 1950
  156 F- March-July 1943
  157 F- August-December 1943
  158 F- January-April 1944
  159 F- May-December 1944
  160 F- January-May 1945
  161 F- June-October 1945
  162 F- November 1945-February 13, 1946
  163 F- February 14-May 13, 1946
  164 F- May 14-August 1946
  165 F- September-December 1946
  166 F- January-February 1947
  167 F- March-May 1947
  168 F- June-October 1947
  169 F- November 1947-February 1948
  170 F- March-April 1948
  171 F- May-December 1948
  172 F- January-April 1949
  173 F- May-December 13, 1949
  174 F- December 14, 1949-March 1950
  175 F- April-June 1950
  176 F- July-October 1950
  177 F- November-December 1950
  178 G- May-June 1943
  179 G- July-November 1943
  180 G- December 1943-April 1944
  181 G- May-November 1944
  182 G- December 1944-April 1945
  183 G- May-September 1945
  184 G- October-December 1945
  185 G- January-March 21, 1946
  186 G- March 25-June 1946
  187 G- July-October 14, 1946
  188 G- October 15-November 1946
  189 G- December 1946-February 1947
  190 G- March-April 1947
  191 G- May-July 1947
  192 G- August 1947-January 1948
  193 G- February-April 7, 1948
  194 G- April 8-September 1948
  195 G- October-December 1948
  196 G- January-March 1949
  197 G- April-July 1949
  198 G- August-December 1949
  199 G- January-April 1950
  200 G- May-August 17, 1950
  201 G- August 22-December 1950
  202 H- March-May 8, 1943
  203 H-May 10-July 5, 1943
  204 H- July 6-September 1943
  205 H- October-November 16, 1943
  206 H- November 17-December 1943
  207 H- January-February 1944
  208 H- March-May 1944
  209 H- June-August 1944
  210 H- September-December 1944
7 211 H- January-March 6, 1945
  212 H- March 9-April 22, 1945
  213 H- April 23-June 1945
  214 H- July-September 1945
  215 H- October-November 10, 1945
  216 H- November 13-December 1945
  217 H- January-February 11, 1946
  218 H- February 12-March 5, 1946
  219 H- March 6-29, 1946
  220 H- April-May 21, 1946
  221 H- May 22-July 6, 1946
  222 H- July 9-August 1946
  223 H- September-October 1946
  224 H- November-December 1946
  225 H- January-February 12, 1947
  226 H- February 13-March 22, 1947
  227 H- March 24-April 1947
  228 H- May-June 6, 1947
  229 H- June 8-July 1947
  230 H- August-December 1947
  231 H- January-February 10, 1948
  232 H- February 11-March 11, 1948
  233 H- March 13-April 21, 1948
  234 H- April 22-May 1948
  235 H- June-July 1948
  236 H- August-October 23, 1948
  237 H- October 26- December 1948
  238 H- January-February 16, 1949
  239 H- February 17-March 22, 1949
  240 H- March 23-May 5, 1949
  241 H- May 10-July 1949
  242 H- August-October 13, 1949
  243 H- October 14-December 1949
  244 H- January-March 6, 1950
  245 H- March 7-April 18, 1950
  246 H- April 20-June 1950
  247 H- July 3-August 22, 1950
  248 H- August 23-October 1950
  249 H- November-December 1950
  250 I- March 1943-December 1947
  251 I- January 1948-December 1950
  252 J- March 1943-December 1943
  253 J- January-June 1944
  254 J- July 1944-April 1945
  255 J- May-December 1945
  256 J- January-April 1946
  257 J- May-August 1946
  258 J- September-December 1946
  259 J- January-April 1947
  260 J- May-December 1947
  261 J- January-May 1948
  262 J- June-December 1948
  263 J- January-April 1949
  264 J- May-December 1949
  265 J- January-July 1950
  266 J- August-December 1950
  267 K- March-December 1943
  268 K- January-July 1944
  269 K- August 1944-April 1945
  270 K- May-October 1945
  271 K- November 1945-February 14, 1946
  272 K- February-April 1946
  273 K- May-July 1946
  274 K- August-December 1946
8 275 K- January-March 1947
  276 K- April-July 1947
  277 K- August 1947-January 1948
  278 K- February-April 12, 1948
  279 K- April 14-October 1948
  280 K- November 1948-March 9, 1949
  281 K- March 11-May 1949
  282 K- June-August 1949
  283 K- October 1949-February 1950
  284 K- March-July 1950
  285 K- August-October 1950
  286 K- November-December 1950
  287 L- March-June 1943
  288 L- July-December 1943
  289 L- January-May 1944
  290 L- June-January 1945
  291 L- February-May 1945
  292 L- June-December 1945
  293 L- January-May 16, 1946
  294 L- March 21-June 1946
  295 L- July-December 1946
  296 L- January-March 1947
  297 L- April-July 10, 1947
  298 L- July 11, 1947-January 20, 1948
  299 L- January 21-April 8, 1948
  300 L- April 10-July 9, 1948
  301 L- July 23-December 1948
  302 L- January-March 1949
  303 L- April-June 1949
  304 L- July-December 1949
  305 L- January-March 1950
  306 L- April-July 1950
  307 L- August-October 1950
  308 L- November-December 1950
  309 M- January-May 15, 1943
  310 M- May 17-September 1943
  311 M- October-December 1943
  312 M- January-March 8, 1944
  313 M- March 11-June 16, 1944
  314 M- June 17- November 1944
  315 M- December 1944-March 14, 1945
  316 M- March 15-May 15, 1945
  317 M- May 16-June 1945
  318 M- July-September 1945
  319 M- October-November 15, 1945
  320 M- November 16-December 1945
  321 M- January-February 25, 1946
  322 M- February 26-April 8, 1946
  323 M- April 9- May 1946
  324 M- June-July 18, 1946
  325 M- July 20-October 9, 1946
  326 M- October 10-December 1946
  327 M- January-February 13, 1947
  328 M- February 14-March 17, 1947
  329 M- March 18-April 23, 1947
  330 M- April 24-June 9, 1947
  331 M- June 11-July 22nd 1947
  332 M- July 23-November 1947
  333 M- December 1947-January 1948
  334 M- February 1948
  335 M- March-April 10, 1948
  336 M- April 12-May 1948
  337 M- June-September 1948
  338 M- October-December 1948
  339 M- January-February 15, 1949
  340 M- February 16-March 1949
  341 M- April-May 14, 1949
  342 M- May 16-July 12, 1949
  343 M- July 13-September 1949
  344 M- October-December 1949
9 345 M- January-February 23, 1950
  345 M- February 24-April 17, 1950
  346 M- April 18-June 1950
  347 M- July-August 1950
  348 M- September-October 1950
  349 M- November-December 1950
  350 N- April-March 1944
  351 N- April 1944-February 1945
  352 N- March-October 1945
  353 N- November 1945-March 18, 1946
  354 N- March 20-December 1946
  355 N- January-June 1947
  356 N- July 1947-February 1948
  357 N- March-December 1948
  358 N- January-June 1949
  359 N- July 1949-January 1950
  360 N- February-December 1950
  361 O- March-June 1944
  362 O- July-December 1944
  363 O- January 1945-July 1946
  364 O- August 1946-February 1947
  365 O- March-December 1947
  366 O- January-August 1948
  367 O- September 1948-June 1949
  368 O- July 1949-April 1950
  369 O- May-December 1950
  370 P- February-July 1943
  371 P- August-December 1943
  372 P- January-June 1944
  373 P- July-December 1944
  374 P- January-April 1945
  375 P- May-September 1945
  376 P- October-December 1945
  377 P- January-February 1946
  378 P- March-May 18, 1946
  379 P- May 21-July 1946
  380 P- August-November 1946
  381 P- December 1946-February 8, 1947
  382 P- February 10-April 1947
  383 P- May-July 1947
  384 P- August-December 1947
  385 P- January 1948-March 1948
  386 P-April-July 1948
  387 P- August-December 1948
  388 P- January-March 17, 1949
  389 P- March 21-June 21, 1949
  390 P- June 22-November 8, 1949
  391 P- November 15, 1949-March 1950
  392 P- April-July 1950
  393 P- August-December 1950
  394 Q- November 1943-R June 15, 1943
  395 R- June 18-November 1943
  396 R- December 1943-April 1944
  397 R- May-December 1944
  398 R- January-June 14, 1945
  399 R- June 18-October 11, 1945
  400 R- October 15-December 1945
  401 R- January-March 9, 1946
  402 R- March 11-May 23, 1946
  403 R- May 24-July 15, 1946
  404 R- July 16-November 1946
  405 R- December 1946-January 1947
  406 R- February-March 1947
  407 R- April-May 1947
  408 R- June-July 1947
  409 R- August-December 1947
  410 R- January-March 4, 1948
  411 R- March 5-May 5, 1948
  412 R- May 7, 1848- September 1948
10 413 R- October 1948-February 5, 1949
  414 R- February 7-April 9, 1949
  415 R- April 11-June 18, 1949
  416 R- June 20-September 1949
  417 R- October 1949-February 6, 1950
  418 R- February 8-May 1950
  419 R- June-September 11, 1950
  420 R- September 13-December 1950
  421 S- March-May 1943
  422 S- June-August 1943
  423 S- September-November 23, 1943
  424 S- November 24, 1943-January 25, 1944
  425 S- January 26-March 1944
  426 S- April-June 12, 1944
  427 S- June 13-October 1944
  428 S- November 1944-February 13, 1945
  429 S- February 14-April 19, 1945
  430 S- April 20-June 1945
  431 S- July-October 9, 1945
  432 S- October 10-November 14, 1945
  433 S- November 15-December 1945
  434 S- January-February 12, 1946
  435 S- February 13-March 8, 1946
  436 S- March 11-April 13, 1946
  437 S- April 15-May 17, 1946
  438 S- May 18-June 19, 1946
  439 S- June 20-August 16, 1946
  440 S- August 26-November 1946
  441 S- December 1946-January 1947
  442 S- February-March 5, 1947
  443 S- March 6-April 3, 1947
  444 S- April 7-May 7, 1947
  445 S- May 8- June 1947
  446 S-July-August 1947
  447 S- September-November 24, 1947
  448 S- November 25, 1947-January 21, 1948
  449 S- January 22-February 1948
  450 S- March 1948
  451 S- April-May 5, 1948
  452 S- May 6-June 9, 1948
  453 S- June 10-September 1948
  454 S- October-December 1948
  455 S- January-February 15, 1949
  456 S- February 16-March 17, 1949
  457 S- March 19-April 19, 1949
  458 S- April 20-June 10, 1949
  459 S- June 11- July 19, 1949
  460 S- July 21-September 1949
  461 S- October-November 1949
  462 S- December 1949-January 1950
  463 S- February-March 14, 1950
  464 S- March 15-May 23, 1950
  465 S- May 24-July 1950
  466 S- August-September 5, 1950
  467 S- September 6-November 5, 1950
  468 S- November 7-December 1950
  469 T- January-November 1943
  470 T- December 1943-August 1944
  471 T- September 1944-April 1945
  472 T- May-November 13, 1945
  473 T- November 15, 1945-March 1946
  474 T- April-July 1946
  475 T- August 1946-January 1947
  476 T- February-April 1947
  477 T- May-July 1947
  478 T- August 1947-January 1948
  479 T- February-May 3, 1948
  480 T- May 17-September 1948
  481 T- October 1948-February 1949
11 482 T- March-June 17, 1949
  483 T- June 21-November 1949
  484 T- December 1949-April 6, 1950
  485 T- April 10-August 1950
  486 T- September-December 1950; U- May-February 1945
  487 U- March-April 1948
  488 U- June-December 1950; V- March-April 1944
  489 V- May 1944-December 1945
  490 V- January 1946-March 1947
  491 V- April 1947-May 1948
  492 V- June 1948-December 1950
  493 W-March-June 10, 1943
  494 W- June 11-October 1943
  495 W- November 1943-January 1944
  496 W- February-May 1944
  497 W- June-September 1944
  498 W- October 1944-January 1945
  499 W- February-April 1945
  500 W- May-July 10, 1945
  501 W- July 11-October 15, 1945
  502 W- October 16-November 1945
  503 W- December 1945-January 1946
  504 W- February-March 6, 1946
  505 W- March 7-April 18, 1946
  506 W- April 20-June 11, 1946
  507 W- June 12-July 1946
  508 W- August-October 16, 1946
  509 W- October 17-December 1946
  510 W- January-February 14, 1947
  511 W- February 18-April 9, 1947
  512 W- April 10-May 1947
  513 W- June-July 15, 1947
  514 W- July 16-November 10, 1947
  515 W- November 13-December 1947
  516 W- January-February 1948
  517 W- March-April 15, 1948
  518 W- April 19-June 8, 1948
  519 W- June 9-September 1948
  520 W- October-December 1948
  521 W- January-February 16, 1949
  522 W- February 17-April 5, 1949
  523 W- April 6-June 8, 1949
  524 W- June 11-August 10, 1949
  525 W- August 15-November 9, 1949
  526 W- November 14, 1949-February 14, 1950
  527 W- February 20-April 1950
  528 W- May-August 9, 1950
  529 W- August 14-November 5, 1950
  530 W- November 10-December 1950
  531 Y- March 1943-January 1947
  532 Y- February 1947-December 1950
  533 Z- January 1943-December 1946
  534 Z- January 1946-December 1950
  535 A- January 1951- May 1951
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1951-1953
  536 A- June 1951-January 1952
  537 A- February-July 1952
  538 A- August-December 1952- B- January 19, 1951
  539 B- January 22-February 1951
  540 B- March-April 18, 1951
  541 B- April 21-June 11, 1951
  542 B- June 12- August 8, 1951
  543 B- August 13-October 1951
  544 B- November 1951-January 1952
  545 B- February-March 15, 1952
  546 B- March 18-May 6, 1952
  547 B- May 8-June 1952
  548 B- July-October 24, 1952
  549 B- October 25-December 1952
12 550 C- January-February 15, 1951
  551 C- February 19-April 1951
  552 C- May-June 1951
  553 C- July-August 1951
  554 C- September-November 9, 1951
  555 C- November 14, 1951-January 1952
  556 C- February-March 15, 1952
  557 C- March 17- May 1952
  558 C- June-September 9, 1952
  559 C- September 10-December 1952
  560 D- January-April 10, 1951
  561 D- April 11-July 1951
  562 D- August-December 1951
  563 D- January-March 1952
  564 D- April-June 1952
  565 D- July-December 1952
  566 E- January-July 9, 1951
  567 E- July 12, 1951-March 5, 1952
  568 E- March 15-December 1952
  569 F- January 1951-April 1951
  570 F- May 1951- August 15, 1951
  571 F- August 16, 1951-February 1952
  572 F- March-June 6, 1952
  573 F- June 11-December 1952
  574 G- January-March 1951
  575 G- April-July 1951
  576 G- August-December 1951
  577 G- January-March 5, 1952
  578 G- March 11-July 15, 1952
  579 G- July 18-December 1952
  580 H- January-February 6, 1951
  581 H- February 7-March 6, 1951
  582 H- March 7-April 1951
  583 H- May-June 20, 1951
  584 H- June 21-August 14, 1951
  585 H- August 16-October 1951
  586 H- November 1951-January 18, 1952
  587 H- January 21-March 10, 1952
  588 H- March 11-April 1952
  589 H- May-June 1952
  590 H- July-October 1952
  591 H- November-December 1952- I- January 1951- December 1952
  592 J- January-April 1951
  593 J- May 1951-January 1952
  594 J- February-August 1952
  595 J- September-December 1952
  596 K- January-March 1951
  597 K- April-July 1951
  598 K- August 1951-February 1952
  599 K- March-July 1952
  600 K- August-December 1952
  601 L- January-March 9, 1951
  602 L- March 13-June 14, 1951
  603 L- June 18-September 14, 1951
  604 L- September 17-December 1951
  605 L- January-April 17, 1952
  606 L- April 22-September 9, 1952
  607 L- September 10-December 1952
  608 M- January-February 14, 1951
  609 M- February 15-March 1951
  610 M- April-May 17, 1951
  611 M- May 21-July 9, 1951
  612 M- July 11-September 14, 1951
  613 M- September 17-December 1951
13 614 M- January-February 19, 1952
  615 M- February 20-March 1952
  616 M- April-May 1952
  617 M- June-July 1952
  618 M- August-November 10, 1952
  619 M- November 12-December 1952
  620 N- January-May 1951
  621 N- June 1951-March 1952
  622 N- April-December 1952
  623 O- January 1951-January 1952
  24 O- February-December 1952
  625 P- January-March 1951
  626 P- April-June 1951
  627 P- July-October 15, 1951
  628 P- October 16, 1951-January 1952
  629 P- February-April 14, 1952
  630 P- April 15-August 1952
  631 P- September-December 1952; Q- January 1951-December 1952
  632 R- January-February 1951
  633 R- March-May 1951
  634 R- June-August 1951
  635 R- September 1951-January 1952
  636 R- February-March 1952
  637 R- April-June 1952
  638 R- July-December 1952
  639 S- January-February 9, 1951
  640 S- February 12-March 19, 1951
  641 S- March 20-May 15, 1951
  642 S- May 16-July 10, 1951
  643 S- July 11-August 20, 1951
  644 S- August 21-October 16, 1951
  645 S- October 18-December 1951
  646 S- January-February 18, 1952
  647 S- February 19-March 21, 1952
  648 S- March 25-May 14, 1952
  649 S- May 15-June 1952
  650 S- July-October 18, 1952
  651 S- October 21-December 1952
  652 T- January-March 1951
  653 T- April-July 1951
  654 T- August-December 1951
  655 T- January-April 1952
  656 T- May-September 1952
  657 T- October-December 1952; U- January-December 1952
  658 V- January 1951-December 1952
  659 W- January-February 15, 1951
  660 W- February 16-April 1951
  661 W- May-June 1951
  662 W- July-August 15, 1951
  663 W- August 16-November 1951
  664 W- December 1951-February 15, 1952
  665 W- February 19-May 15, 1952
  666 W- May 19-August 1952
  667 W- September-December 1952
  668 X, Y, Z- January 1951-December 1952
  669 A- January 1952-May 1953
  670 A- June 1953- December 1953
  671 B- January 1952-February 20, 1953
  672 B- February 25-April 15, 1953
  673 B- April 16- May 25, 1953
  674 B- May 26-June 1953
  675 B- July-August 1953
  676 B- September-November 1953
  677 B- December 1953; C- January 1953
  678 C- February-March 1953
  679 C- April-May 15, 1953
  680 C- May 19-July 10, 1953
  681 C- July 13-October 15, 1953
  682 C- October 16-December 1953; D- January 1953
14 683 D- February-April 20, 1953
  684 D- April 21-July 1953
  685 D- August-December 1953
  686 E- January-December 1953
  687 F- January-June 15, 1953
  688 F- June 16-December 1953
  689 G- January-April 1953
  690 G- May-September 1953
  691 G- October-December 1953; H- January 1953
  692 H- February-March 1953
  693 H- April-May 1953
  694 H- June-July 1953
  695 H- August-October 1953
  696 H- November-December 1953; I- January-December 1953
  697 J- January-June 1953
  698 J- July-December 1953
  699 K- January-April 1953
  700 K- May-September 1953
  701 K- October-December 1953; L- January-February 1953
  702 L- February 11-April 15, 1953
  703 L- April 16-June 1953
  704 L- July-October 15, 1953
  705 L- October 16-December 1953; M- January-February 10, 1953
  706 M- February 11-March 20, 1953
  707 M- March 23-April 1953
  708 M- May-June 10, 1953
  709 M- June 11-July 1953
  710 M- August-October 15, 1953
  711 M- October 16-December 1953
  712 N- January-May 1953
  713 N- June-December 1953
  714 O- January-December 1953
  715 P- January-March 20, 1953
  716 P- March 23-June 19, 1953
  717 P- June 22-December 1953
  718 Q- January-December 1953; R- January-March 1953
  719 R- April-July 10, 1953
  720 R- July 17-December 1953
  721 S- January-February 16, 1953
  722 S- February 17-April 6, 1953
  723 S- April 7-May 20, 1953
  724 S- May 22-July 10, 1953
  725 S- July 13-October 15, 1953
  726 S- October 16-December 1953
  727 T- January-April 15, 1953
  728 T- April 17-July 15, 1953
  729 T- July 17-December 1953
  730 U- January-December 1953; V- January-December 1953
  731 W- January-March 13, 1953
  732 W- March 16-May 1953
  733 W- June-August 1953
  734 W- September-December 1953; X, Y, Z- January-December 1953
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1954
  735 A- January-March
  736 A- April-June
  737 A- July-December
  738 B- January-February 20
  739 B- February 23-March
  740 B- April-May 20
  741 B- May 21-July 20
  742 B- July 22-September
  743 B- October-December
  744 C- January-February
  745 C- March-April
  746 C- May-July 9
  747 C- July 12-September
  748 C- October-December
15 749 D- January-March
  750 D- April-June
  751 D- July-December
  752 E- January-December
  753 F- January-April
  754 F- May-December
  755 G- January-March
  756 G- April-July 20
  757 G- July 22-December
  758 H- January-February 19
  759 H- February 23-March
  760 H- April-May 5
  761 H- May 6-July 15
  762 H- July 16-September
  763 H- October-December
  764 I- January-December; J- January-April
  765 J- May-December
  766 K- January-March
  767 K- April-July
  768 K- August-December
  769 L- January-March
  770 L- April-June
  771 L- July-December
  772 M- January-February 10
  773 M- February 11-March 22
  774 M- March 23-April
  775 M- May-June 15
  776 M- June 16-July
  777 M- August-September
  778 M- October-December
  779 N- January-June
  780 N- July-December
  781 O- January-December
  782 P- January-March
  783 P- April-June
  784 P- July-November 10
  785 P- November 13-December; Q- January-December; R- January-February 15
  786 R- February 16-April 12
  787 R- April 13-July
  788 R- August-December
  789 S- January-February 19
  790 S- February 23-April 5
  791 S- April 6-June 4
  792 S- June 7-July 15
  793 S- July 16-September 25
  794 S- September 27-November 15
  795 S- November 18-December; T- January-March 15
  796 T- March 16-June
  797 T- July-December
  798 U- January-December; V- January-December
  799 W- January-February
  800 W- March-April 15
  801 W- April 16-June 15
  802 W- June 16-August
  803 W- September-November
  804 W- December; XYZ- January-December
    Outgoing Correspondence, 1955
  805 A- January-May
  806 A- June-December
  807 B- January-February
  808 B- March-April 15
  809 B- April 18-May
  810 B- June-July 20
  811 B- July 21-October
  812 B- November-December
16 813 C- January-March 17
  813 C- March 21-May
  814 C- June-August
  815 C- September-December
  816 D- January-May
  817 D- June-December
  818 E- January-December
  819 F- January-April
  820 F- May-December
  821 G- January-April
  822 G- May-December
  823 H- January-February
  824 H- March-April
  825 H- May-July
  826 H- August-December
  827 I- January-December; J- January-April
  828 J- May-December
  829 K- January-May
  830 K- June-December
  831 L- January-March
  832 L- April-June
  833 L- July-December
  834 M- January
  835 M- February-March 11
  836 M- March 15-April
  837 M- May-June 20
  838 M- June 21-July
  839 M- August-October
  840 M- November-December
  841 N- January-December
  842 O- January-December
  843 P- January-April 15
  844 P- April 18-September
  845 P- October-December; Q- January-December; R- January-February
  846 R- March-June 15
  847 R- June 16-December
  848 S- January-February 10
  849 S- February 11-March
  850 S- April-May 20
  851 S- May 23-July 19
  852 S- July 21-October
  853 S- November-December
  854 T- January-May 10
  855 T- May 12-December
  856 U- January-December; V- January-December
  857 W- January-February
  858 W- March-May
  859 W- June-August
  860 W- September-December; X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1956
  861 A- January-June
  862 A- July-December
  863 B- January-February
  864 B- March-April
  865 B- May-June
  866 B- July-September
  867 B- October-December
  868 C- January-March
  869 C- April-May
  870 C- June-September
  871 C- October-December
  872 D- January-April
  873 D- May-December
  874 E- January-December
  875 F- January-May 15
  876 F- May 17-December
  877 G- January-April
  878 G- May-December
  879 H- January-March 20
  880 H- March 21-May
  881 H- June-August
17 882 H- September-December
  883 I- January-December; J- January-March
  884 J- April-December
  885 K- January-May
  886 K- June-December
  887 L- January-April
  888 L- May-December
  889 M- January-February
  890 M- March-April
  891 M- May-June
  892 M- July-August
  893 M- September-December
  894 N- January-April
  895 N- May-December
  896 O- January-December
  897 P- January-April
  898 P- May-August
  899 P- September-December
  900 Q- January-December; R- January-April
  901 R- May-September
  902 R- October-December
  903 S- January-February 15
  904 S- February 16-March
  905 S- April-May
  906 S- June-July
  907 S- August-October
  908 S- November-December
  909 T- January-March
  910 T- April-July
  911 T- August-December
  912 U- January-December; V- January-December
  913 W- January-March
  914 W- April-June 15
  915 W- June 19-September
  916 W- October-December; X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1957
  917 A- January-April
  918 A- May-July
  919 A- August-December
  920 B- January-February 15
  921 B- February 16-March
  922 B- April-May 10
  923 B- May 13-June
  924 B- July-August 15
  925 B- August 16-October
  926 B- November-December
  927 C- January-February
  928 C- March-April 10
  929 C- April 11-June
  930 C- July-August
  931 C- September-December
  932 D- January-April
  933 D- May-August
  934 D- September-December
  935 E- January-December
  936 F- January-April
  937 F- May-August
  938 F- September-December
  939 G- January-March
  940 G- April-June
  941 G- July-December
  942 H- January-February
  943 H- March-April
  944 H- May-July 15
  945 H- July 18-September
  946 H- October-December
  947 I- January-December; J- January-April
  948 J- May-December
  949 K- January-April
  950 K- May-August
  951 K- September-December
  952 L- January-March
  953 L- April-July
18 954 L- August-December
  955 M- January-February
  956 M- March-April
  957 M- May-June 20
  958 M- June 21-August
  959 M- September-December
  960 N- January-May
  961 N- June-December
  962 O- January-December
  963 P- January-April
  964 P- May-August 15
  965 P- August 16-December
  966 Q- January-December; R- January-March
  967 R- April-July
  968 R- August-December
  969 S- January-March 15
  970 S- March 18-May 10
  971 S- May 13-June 11
  972 S- June 12-July
  973 S- August-October 15
  974 S- October 16-December
  975 T- January-April
  976 T- May-December
  977 U, V- January-December; W- January
  978 W- February-March
  979 W- April-June
  980 W- July-September
  981 W- October-December; X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1958
  982 A- January-April
  983 A- May-August
  984 A- September-December
  985 B- January-February 20
  986 B- February 21-March
  987 B- April-May
  988 B- June-July 18
  989 B- July 21-September
  990 B- October-November
  991 B- December
  992 C- January-February
  993 C- March-April
  994 C- May-July 10
  995 C- July 11-September
  996 C- October-December
  997 D- January-March
  998 D- April-June
  999 D- July-December
  1000 E- January-December
  1001 F- January-April 15
  1002 F- April 17-July
  1003 F- August-December
  1004 G- January-March
  1005 G- April-June
  1006 G- July-December
  1007 H- January-February
  1008 H- March-April 15
  1009 H- April 16-May
  1010 H- June-July
  1011 H- August-October 15
  1012 H- October 22-December
  1013 I- January-December; J- January-April
  1014 J- May-August 15
  1015 J- August 18-December
  1016 K- January-March
  1017 K- April-August
  1018 K- September-December
  1019 L- January-March
  1020 L- April-July
  1021 L- August-December
19 1022 M- January-February 10
  1023 M- February 11-March 20
  1024 M- March 22-April
  1025 M- May-June 20
  1026 M- June 23-August 15
  1027 M- August 15-October
  1028 M- November-December
  1029 N- January-June 10
  1030 N- June 11-December
  1031 O- January-December
  1032 P- January-April
  1033 P- May-August
  1034 P- September-December
  1035 Q- January-December; R- January-February
  1036 R- March-May
  1037 R- June-August
  1038 R- September-December
  1039 S- January-February 20
  1040 S- February 21-March
  1041 S- April-May 20
  1042 S- May 22-July 15
  1043 S- July 16-September
  1044 S- October-December
  1045 T- January-March
  1046 T- April-July 20
  1047 T- July 22-December
  1048 U- January-December; V- January-December
  1049 W- January-February
  1050 W- March-April
  1051 W- May-June
  1052 W- July-September
  1053 W- October-December
  1054 X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1959
  1055 A- January-April
  1056 A- May-December
  1057 B- January-February 10
  1058 B- February 11-March 20
  1059 B- March 23-April
  1060 B- May-June 15
  1061 B- June 16-July
  1062 B- August-September
  1063 B- October-December
  1064 C- January-February
  1065 C- March-April 20
  1066 C- April 21-June
  1067 C- July-August
  1068 C- September-August
  1069 C- September-December
  1070 D- January-April 20
  1071 D- April 21-July
  1072 D- August-December
  1073 E- January-December
  1074 F- January-April
  1075 F- May-July
  1076 F- August-December
  1077 G- January-March 25
  1078 G- March 26-July 10
  1079 G- July 13-December
  1080 H- January-February
  1081 H- March-April 20
  1082 H- April 22-June 22
  1083 H- June 23-August
  1084 H- September-December
  1085 I- January-December; J- January-March
  1086 J- April-December
20 1087 K- January-March 10
  1088 K- March 17-June
  1089 K- July-December
  1090 L- January-March 10
  1091 L- March 11-May 20
  1092 L- May 21-December
  1093 Mc- January-June 15
  1094 Mc- June 16-December
  1095 M- January-February
  1096 M- March-April
  1097 M- May-June
  1098 M- July-August
  1099 M- September-December
  1100 N- January-June 10
  1101 N- June 15-December
  1102 O- January-December
  1103 P- January-April 15
  1104 P- April 16-July
  1105 P- August-December; Q- January-December
  1106 R- January-March 10
  1107 R- March 11-May 15
  1108 R- May 18-August 10
  1109 R- August 12-December
  1110 S- January
  1111 S- February-March 10
  1112 S- March 11-April
  1113 S- May-June
  1114 S- July-August 10
  1115 S- August 12-October 15
  1116 S- October 16-December
  1117 T- January-April 15
  1118 T- April 16-August 10
  1119 T- August 12-December; U, V- January-December
  1120 W- January-February 20
  1121 W- February 24-April 15
  1122 W- April 16-June 15
  1123 W- June 16-August
  1124 W- September-December
  1125 X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1960
  1126 A- January-April
  1127 A- May-August
  1128 A- September-December
  1129 B- January-February 15
  1130 B- February 16-March 15
  1131 B- March 16-April
  1132 B- May-June 10
  1133 B- June 11-June 30
  1134 B- July-August
  1135 B- September-November 15
  1136 B- November 16-December
  1137 C- January-February
  1138 C- March-April
  1139 C- May-July 15
  1140 C- July 18-October
  1141 C- November-December
  1142 D- January-March
  1143 D- April-June
  1144 D- July-September 15
  1145 D- September 19-December
  1146 E- January-May
  1147 E- June-December
  1148 F- January-April
  1149 F- May-July
  1150 F- August-December
  1151 G- January-March 10
  1152 G- March 11-June 10
  1153 G- June 11-December
21 1154 H- January-February
  1155 H- March-April 9
  1156 H- April 11-June 15
  1157 H- June 16-September 13
  1158 H- September 16-December
  1159 I- January-December; J- January-April
  1160 J- May-December
  1161 K- January-May 20
  1162 K- May 25-December
  1163 L- January-March
  1164 L- April-August
  1165 L- September-December
  1166 Mc- January-May
  1167 Mc- June-December
  1168 M- January-February
  1169 M- March-April
  1170 M -May-July
  1171 M -August-December
  1172 N- January-May
  1173 N- June-December
  1174 O- January-December
  1175 P- January-May
  1176 P- June-December
  1177 Q- January-December; R- January-March
  1178 R- April-June 20
  1179 R- June 22-December
  1180 S- January-February 10
  1181 S- February 11-March 25
  1182 S- March 28-May 10
  1183 S- May 11-June
  1184 S- July-September 15
  1185 S- September 16-December
  1186 T- January-May
  1187 T- June-December
  1188 U, V- January-December
  1189 W- January-February
  1190 W-March-April 20
  1191 W-April 21-June 15
  1192 W-June 16-September
  1193 W-October 11-December
  1194 X, Y, Z-January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1961
  1195 A- January-April
  1196 A- May-July
  1197 A- August-December
  1198 B- January-February
  1199 B- March
  1200 B- April
  1201 B- May-June 5
  1202 B- June 6-July 10
  1203 B- July 11-August 21
  1204 B- August 23-September 20
  1205 B- September 21-October
  1206 B- November-December
  1207 C- January-February
  1208 C- March-April 10
  1209 C- April 11-May
  1210 C- June-August 10
  1211 C- August 11- September
  1212 C- October-December
  1213 D- January-March
  1214 D- April-June 15
  1215 D- June 16-August 15
  1216 D- August 16-December
  1217 E- January-July
  1218 E- August-December
22 1219 F- January-March
  1220 F- April-June 15
  1221 F- June 16-August
  1222 F- September-December
  1223 G- January-February
  1224 G- March-May
  1225 G- June-August 10
  1226 G- August 11-September
  1227 G- October-December
  1228 H- January-February 15
  1229 H- February 16-March
  1230 H- April-May
  1231 H- June-July
  1232 H- August-September
  1233 H- October-December
  1234 I- January-December; J- January-April
  1235 J- May-August
  1236 J- September-December
  1237 K- January-April
  1238 K- May-August 15
  1239 K- August 17-December
  1240 L- January-March 15
  1241 L- March 17-June 15
  1242 L- June 19-August 10
  1243 L- August 11-September
  1244 L- October-December
  1245 Mc- January-July
  1246 Mc- August-December
  1247 M- January-February
  1248 M- March-April 10
  1249 M- April 11-May
  1250 M- June-July
  1251 M- August
  1252 M- September-October 10
  1253 M- October 11-December
  1254 N- January-May
  1255 N- June-December
  1256 O- January-May
  1257 O- June-December
  1258 P- January-March 15
  1259 P- March 16-May
  1260 P- June-August 17
  1261 P- August 18-September
  1262 P- October-December
  1263 Q- January-December; R- January-March 10
  1264 R- March 11-May 10
  1265 R- May 11-July 10
  1266 R- July 11-September
  1267 R- October-December
  1268 S- January-February 10
  1269 S- February 11-March 25
  1270 S- March 27-April
  1271 S- May
  1272 S- June
  1273 S- July
  1274 S- August
  1275 S- September
  1276 S- October
  1277 S- November-December
  1278 T- January-May
  1279 T- June-September
  1280 T- October-December
  1281 U- January-December
  1282 V- January-December; W- January
  1283 W- February-March 20
  1284 W- March 21-May
23 1285 W- June-July 20
  1286 W- July 21-August
  1287 W- September-October 20
  1288 W- October 24-December-X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1962
  1289 A- January-April
  1290 A- May-September 17
  1291 A- September 20- December
  1292 B- January
  1293 B- February
  1294 B- March 1-March 20
  1295 B- March 21-April 25
  1296 B- April 26-May
  1297 B- June
  1298 B- July-August 10
  1299 B- August 13-September
  1300 B- October-December
  1301 C- January-February 15
  1302 C- February 16-March
  1303 C- April-May
  1304 C- June-July
  1305 C- August-September 18
  1306 C- September 19-December
  1307 D- January-March
  1308 D- April-June
  1309 D- July-December
  1310 E- January-May 15
  1311 E- May 16- December
  1312 F- January-February
  1313 F- March-June 20
  1314 F- June 21-August
  1315 F- September-December
  1316 G- January-February 15
  1317 G- February 16-March
  1318 G- May-July
  1319 G- August-December
  1320 H- January
  1321 H- February
  1322 H- March-April 10
  1323 H- April 11-May
  1324 H- June-July 10
  1325 H- July 11-August
  1326 H- September-December
  1327 I- January-December; J- January-February
  1328 J- March-December
  1329 K- January-March 20
  1330 K- March 21-June 20
  1331 K- June 21-December
  1332 L- January-February
  1333 L- March-May
  1334 L- June-August
  1335 L- September-December
  1336 Mc- January-April
  1337 Mc- May-December
  1338 M- January
  1339 M- February-March 15
  1340 M- March 16-April
  1341 M- May-June
  1342 M- July-August
  1343 M- September-December
  1344 N- January-April
  1345 N- May-December
  1346 O- January-May
  1347 O- June-December
  134 P- January-February
  1349 P- March-April
  1350 P- May-July
  1351 P- August-September
  1352 P- October-December
24 1353 Q- January-December; R- January-February 15
  1354 R- February 16-April 19
  1355 R- April 23-July
  1356 R- August-September
  1357 R- October-December
  1358 S- January 1-25
  1359 S- January 26-February 15
  1360 S- February 16-March 22
  1361 S- March 23-April 25
  1362 S- April 26-May
  1363 S- June
  1364 S- July-August 10
  1365 S- August 13-September 25
  1366 S- September 26-December
  1367 T- January-March
  1368 T- April-July
  1369 T- August-December
  1370 U- January-December; V- January-December
  1371 W- January-February 15
  1372 W- February 16-March
  1373 W- April-May
  1374 W- June-July
  1375 W- August-September
  1376 W- October-December
  1377 X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1963
  1378 A- January-April
  1379 A- May-October 14
  1380 A- October 17-December
  1381 B- January-February 15
  1382 B- February 16-March 20
  1383 B- March 21-April
  1384 B- May-June 10
  1385 B- June 12-July
  1386 B- August-September
  1387 B- October-December
  1388 C- January-February
  1389 C- March-May 20
  1390 C- May 21-August 20
  1391 C- August 22-December
  1392 D- January-March
  1393 D- April-June
  1394 D- July-August
  1395 D- September-December
  1396 E- January-December
  1397 F- January-April
  1398 F- May-August
  1399 F- September-December
  1400 G- January-March
  1401 G- April-June
  1402 G- July-October
  1403 G- November-December
  1404 H- January-February 15
  1405 H- February 16-March
  1406 H- April-May
  1407 H- June-July
  1408 H- August-October 15
  1409 H- October 16-December
  1410 I- January-December; J- January-March
  1411 J- April-September
  1412 J- October-December
  1413 K- January-April
  1414 K- May-September 20
  1415 K- September 23-December
  1416 L- January-March 20
  1417 L- March 21-May
  1418 L- June-August
  1419 L- September-December
  1420 Mc- January-May
  1421 Mc- June-December
  1422 M- January-March 15
  1423 M- March 18-April
  1424 M- May-June
  1425 M- July-September
  1426 M- October-December
25 1427 N- January-April
  1428 N- May-December
  1429 O- January-May
  1430 O- June-December
  1431 P- January-March 15
  1432 P- March 18-May 20
  1433 P- May 21-August
  1434 P- September-December
  1435 Q- January-December; R- January-March
  1436 R- April-June
  1437 R- July-September
  1438 R- November-December
  1439 S- January-February 15
  1440 S- February 16-March
  1441 S- April-May 20
  1442 S- May 21-July 10
  1443 S- July 12-August
  1444 S- September-October
  1445 S- November-December
  1446 T- January-April
  1447 T- May-August
  1448 T- September-December
  1449 U- January-December; V- January-December
  1450 W- January-March 5
  1451 W- March 6-April
  1452 W- May-June
  1453 W- July-August
  1454 W- September-October
  1455 W- November-December
  1456 X, Y, Z- January-December
    Outgoing correspondence, 1964
  1457 From Tom Holley, Assistant to Walt Horan, to various correspondents
  1458-1459 A
  1460-1463 B
  1464-1466 C
  1467-1468 D
  1469 E
  1470-1471 F
  1472-1473 G
  1474-1476 H
  1477 I
  1478 J
  1479-1480 K
  1481-1482 L
  1483 Mc
  1484-1486 M
26 1487 N- January-April
  1488 N- May-December
  1489 O- January-December
  1490 P- January-February
  1491 P- April-May
  1493 P- June-August
  1494 P- September-December
  1495 Q
  1496 R- January
  1497 R- February
  1498 R- March-April
  1499 R- May-June
  1500 R- July-August
  1501 R- September-December
  1502 S- January 6-January 21
  1503 S- January 22-February 5
  1504 S- February 6-February 28
  1505 S- March 2-March 13
  1506 S- March 17-March 31
  1507 S- April
  1508 S- May
  1509 S- June
  1510 S- July
  1511 S- August
  1512 S- September
  1513 S- October-December
  1514 T- January
  1515 T- February
  1516 T- March
  1517 T- April-May
  1518 T- June-August
  1519 T- September-December
  1520 U
  1521 V
  1522 W- January 6-January 17
  1523 W- January 20-February 7
  1524 W- February 10-February 28
  1525 W- March 2-March 17
  1526 W- March 18-March 31
  1527 W- April
  1528 W- May
  1529 W- June
  1530 W- July
  1531 W- August
  1532 W- September-October
  1533 W- November-December
  1534 Y
  1535 Z
    Series 3: Appropriations
    Subseries 3.1: Appropriations, Agriculture; 1945-1964
    1945-46
  1536 AAA
  1537 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1538 Forestry, 1945
  1539 Forestry, January-April, 1946
  1540 Forestry, May-December, 1946
  1541 Fruit and Horticulture
  1542 General and Miscellaneous
  1543 Livestock
  1544 Research
  1545 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1546 Soil Conservation
    1947
  1547 AAA
  1548 Agriculture Supply Bill and Secretary's Report
  1549 Crop Insurance
  1550 Fish and Wildlife
  1551 Forestry and Products
  1552 Fruit
  1553 General and Miscellaneous
  1554 Livestock and Products
  1555 Obnoxious Plants and Pests
  1556 Research
  1557 Rural Electrification Agency
  1558 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1559 Soil Conservation
    1948
  1560 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1561 Forestry, January-February
  1562 Forestry, March-June
  1563 Fruit, Horticulture, Nursery
  1564 General and Miscellaneous
  1565 Livestock
  1566 Production: Marketing, News Service
  1567 Research, January-March
  1568 Research, April-December
  1569 Rural Electrification Agency
  1570 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1571 Soil Conservation
  1572 Weeds and Pests
    1949
27 1573 AAA
  1574 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1575 Agriculture Remount Service
  1576 Commodity Credit
  1577 Farmers Home Administration
  1578 Fishing
  1579.1 Foot and mouth disease (U.S. and Mexico)
  1579.2 Foot and mouth disease (U.S. and Mexico)
  1580 Foot and Mouth Disease
  1581 Forestry, January-March
  1582 Forestry, April-December
  1583 Fruit, Horticulture, Nursery
  1584 General and Miscellaneous
  1585 Livestock
  1586 Production and Marketing News Service
  1587 Research
  1588 Rural Electrification Administration
  1589 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1590 Soil Conservation
  1591 Weeds and Pests
    1950
  1592 Commodity Credit
  1593 Farmers Home Administration
  1594 Foot and Mouth Disease
  1595 Foreign Agriculture Relations
  1596 Forestry, January-February
  1597 Forestry, March-December
  1598 Fruit, Horticulture, Nursery
  1599 General Appropriations Bill
  1600 General and Miscellaneous, January-March
  1601 General and Miscellaneous, April-December
  1602 Livestock
  1603 Production and Marketing News Service
  1604 Research, January-March
  1605 Research, April-December
  1606 Rural Electrification Administration
  1607 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1608 Soil Conservation
  1609 U and R
  1610 Weeds and Pests
    1951
  1611 Agriculture Extension Service
  1612 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1613 Forestry
  1614 Farm Credit Administration
  1615 Foot and Mouth Disease
  1616 Foreign Agriculture Relations
  1617 Fruit, Horticulture, Nursery
  1618 General and Miscellaneous
  1619 Livestock
  1620 Production and Marketing News Service
  1621 Production and Marketing
  1622 Research, January-April
  1623 Research, July-December
  1624 Rural Electrification Administration
  1625 Soil Conservation
  1626 Weeds and Pests
    1952
  1627 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1628 Crop Insurance
  1629 Farm Credit Administration
  1630 Foot and Mouth Disease
  1631 Foreign Agriculture Relations
  1632 Forestry
  1633 Fruit, Horticulture, Nursery
  1634 General and Miscellaneous
  1635 Livestock
  1636 Production and Marketing News Service
  1637 Production and Marketing
  1638 Research
  1639 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1640 Soil Conservation
  1641 U and R
  1642 Weeds and Pests
    1953
28 1643 Agriculture Foreign Relations
  1644 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1645 Extension
  1646 Forestry
  1647 Fruit
  1648 General and Miscellaneous
  1649 Livestock
  1650 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1651 Research
  1652 Soil Conservation
  1653 U and R
  1654 Weeds and Pests
    1954
  1655 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1656 Commodity Credit
  1657 Extension
  1658 Farm Credit Administration
  1659 Forestry
  1660 Fruit
  1661 General and Miscellaneous
  1662 Livestock
  1663 Poultry
  1664 Research
  1665 R and A
  1666 Production and Marketing
  1667 School Lunch
  1668 Weeds
    1955
  1669 Agriculture Appropriation Bill
  1670 Extension
  1671 Farmer Cooperative Service
  1672 Fruit
  1673 General and Miscellaneous
  1674 Livestock
  1675 Marketing and markets
  1676 Research
  1677 Rural Electrification Administration
  1678 School Lunch and Human nutrition
    1956
  1679 Commodity Credit
  1680 Extension
  1681 Farmers Cooperative Service
  1682 Forestry
  1683 General and Miscellaneous
  1684 Research
  1685 Rural Electrification Administration
  1686 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1687 Soil Conservation
  1688 Weeds and Pests
    1957
  1689 Agriculture Foreign Relations
  1690 Supply Bill
  1691 Commodity Credit
  1692 Commodity Stabilization
  1693 Farm Credit Administration
  1694 Fruit
  1695 General and Miscellaneous
  1696 Livestock
  1697 Production and Marketing
  1698 Research
  1699 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1700 Soil Conservation
  1701 Weeds and Pests
    1958
  1702 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1703 Commodity Credit
  1704 Commodity Stabilization
  1705 Extension
  1706 Fruit
  1707 General and Miscellaneous
  1708 Livestock
  1709 Production and Marketing
  1710 Research
  1711 School Lunch and Human nutrition
  1712 Soil Conservation
  1713 Weeds and Pests
    1959
  1714 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1715 Commodity Credit
  1716 Commodity Stabilization
  1717 Extension
  1718 Farm Credit Administration
  1719 Forestry
  1720 Fruit
  1721 General and Miscellaneous
  1722 Irrigation and Reclamation
  1723 Livestock
  1724 Production and Marketing
  1725 Research
  1726 Soil Conservation
  1727 School Lunch
    1960-1961
  1728 "Not classed," 1961
  1729 Agriculture Supply Bill, 1961
  1730 Commodity Stabilization, 1961
  1732 Extension, 1961
  1733 Farmers Home Administration, 1961
  1734 Forestry, 1961
  1735 Fruit, 1961
  1736 General and Miscellaneous, 1961
  1737 Livestock, 1961
  1738 Research, 1961
  1739 Rural Electrification Administration, 1961
  1740 School Lunch, 1961
  1741 Soil Conservation, 1961
  1742 Weeds, 1961
    1962
  1743 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1744 Commodity Credit
  1745 Extension
  1746 Farmers Home Administration
  1747 Foreign Relations
  1748 Forestry
29 1749 Fruit
  1750 General and Miscellaneous
  1751 Livestock
  1752 Production and Marketing
  1753-1754 Research
  1755 Rural Electrification Administration
  1756 School Lunch
  1757 Soil Conservation
  1758 Weeds
    1963
  1759 Agriculture Supply Bill
  1760 Commodity Stabilization
  1761 Extension
  1762 Farmers Home Administration
  1763 Forestry
  1764 Fruit
  1765 General and Miscellaneous
  1766 Livestock
  1767 Production and Marketing
  1768 Research
  1769 Rural Electrification Administration
  1770 School Lunch
  1771 Soil Conservation
  1772 Weeds
    1964
  1773 Commodity Credit
  1774 Extension
  1775 Farmers Home Administration
  1776 Food Stamp Plan
  1777 Forestry
  1778 Fruit
  1779 General and Miscellaneous
  1780 Livestock
  1781 Production and Marketing
  1782 Production and Marketing News Service
  1783 Research
  1784 Rural Electrification Administration
  1785 School Lunch
  1786 Soil Conservation
  1787 Weeds
    Subseries 3.2: Appropriations, Army Civil Functions; 1948-1954
    Army Civil Functions, 1948-1954
  1788 1948
  1789 1949
  1790 1950
  1791-1792 1951
  1793 1952
  1794 1953-1954
    Subseries 3.3: Appropriations, Commerce, Justice, Judiciary, State; 1946-1962
  1795 Legislation: State, Justice, Commerce and Judiciary Supply Bill, 1946
  1796 Legislation: State, Justice, Commerce and Judiciary Supply Bill, 1947
  1797-1799 State, Justice, Commerce and Judiciary, 1947
  1800-1801 State, Justice, Commerce and Judiciary, 1948
  1802 Legislation: State, Justice, Commerce and Judiciary Supply Bill, 1949
  1803 Correspondence: Judiciary Appropriations, 1953
  1804 Legislation: Commerce Appropriations, 1955
  1805 Legislation: Commerce Appropriations, 1956
    Correspondence: Commerce Appropriations
1806 1955
30 1807 1956
  1808 1957
  1809 Legislation: Commerce Appropriations, 1957
  1810-1812 Correspondence: Commerce Appropriations, 1958
  1813 Legislation: Commerce Appropriations, 1958
  1814 Legislation: Commerce Appropriations, 1959
  1815 Legislation: Commerce Appropriations, 1960
  1816 Legislation: Commerce Appropriations, 1961
    Subseries 3.4: Appropriations, Interior; 1946-1964
    Interior, 1946-1964
  1817-1819 Legislation, 1946-47
  1820-1821 Correspondence, 1946-47
  1822 Hearing at Portland, OR, 1947
  1823-1824 Correspondence, 1948
  1825-1827 Correspondence, 1949
  1828 Correspondence, 1950
  1829 Legislation, 1956
  1830 Correspondence, 1956
  1831-1835 General (includes correspondence and legislation), 1951-1964
    Subseries 3.5: Appropriations, Legislative Branch and Public Works, 1949-1964
    Legislative Branch, 1949-1964
  1836 Correspondence, 1955
  1837 Correspondence, 1956
  1838 Legislation, 1955
  1839 Legislation, 1956
  1840-1841 General (includes correspondence and printed material), 1949-1954
31 1842-1844 General (includes correspondence and printed material), 1949-1954 (continued)
  1845-1849 General (includes correspondence and printed material), 1957-1963
  1850-1852 General (includes correspondence and printed material), 1963-1964
    Public Works, 1958-1964
  1853-1858 General (includes correspondence and printed material, 1958-1964
    Subseries 3.6: Appropriations, Miscellaneous, 1947-1965
    Miscellaneous (includes correspondence and printed material), 1947-1965
  1859-1863 1947-1949
32 1864-1868 1950-1951
  1869-1871 1952-1954
33 1872-1874 1952-1954 (continued)
  1875 Correspondence, 1955
  1876 Correspondence, 1956
  1877-1879 Correspondence, 1954-1958
34 1880-1881 Correspondence, 1954-1958 (continued)
  1882-1887 1958-1961
35 1888-1892 1962-1965
    Series 4: Departmental, 1943-1964
  1893 Agriculture Adjustment Agency, general, 1943-1944
  1894-1899 Subsidies (chiefly correspondence), 1943-1944
  1900-1903 Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service, 1956-1964
    Armed Forces: Army, 1943-1947
  1904 Pearl Harbor correspondence, 1945-1946
    General
  1905-1907 1943
  1908-1909 1944
  1910-1913 1945
  1914-1915 1947
    Armed Forces: Navy and Coast Guard, 1943-1957
  1916 Coast Guard, 1943-1947
  1917 Marine Corps, 1943-1945
    Navy, 1943-1947, 1957
  1928 Miscellaneous, 1943-1944
    Armed Forces: Conscription (includes Selective Service, Universal Military Training), 1943-1964
  1929 1943
  1930 1944
  1931-1939 1945
  1940 1946
  1941-1944 1947
  1945-1952 1948
37 1953-1958 1949-1951
  1959-1961 1952-1955
38 1962-1966 1952-1955 (continued)
  1967-1971 1955-1964
39 1972-1974 Armed Forces: Allotments and Insurance, 1943-1946
  1975 Armed Forces: National Cemeteries; 1945, 1961-1964
  1976-1978 Armed Forces: Civilian Pilot Training, 1943-1946
  1979-1980 Armed Forces: Demobilization, 1945
40 1981-1982 Armed Forces: Demobilization (continued)
  1983-1984 Armed Forces: Discharges, 1946-1957
  1985 Armed Forces: Furloughs, 1943-1945
  1986 Armed Forces: Garden Springs Housing, 1943
    Armed Forces: Casualties (includes obituaries and outgoing condolence correspondence)
  1987 1943
  1988-1989 1944
  1990-1992 1945
  1993 1950-1953
41 1994 Armed Forces: Office of War Information, 1943-1945
  1995 Armed Forces: Commissions (Nurses), 1943-1945
  1996-1997 Armed Forces: Commissions, 1943-1948
  1998 Armed Forces: Pearl Harbor, 1942-1944
    Armed Forces: Postwar Problems
  1999-2001 1943
  2002-2005 1944-1945
42 2006 Armed Forces: Prisoner of war camps (domestic), 1945-1946
    Armed Forces: Prisoners of war
  2007 1943-1944
  2008 1945-1947
  2009-2014 Armed Forces: Releases, 1943-1948
    Armed Forces: Reserves
  2015 1947
  2016 1948
  2017-2018 Armed Forces: Soldiers' Vote, 1943-1944
43 2019-2020 Armed Forces: Transfers, 1943-1948
  2021 Armed Forces: War claims, 1943-1945
  2022 Bureau of Standards, 1948-1952
    Civil Service
  2023-2024 1943
  2025-2026 1944
  2027-2033 1945
44 2034-2035 1945 (continued)
  2036-2040 1947
  2041-2044 1948
45 2045-2046 1949
  2047 1950
  2048-2049 1951
  2050-2051 1952
  2052-2053 1953
  2054-2057 1954
46 2058-2060 1955
  2061-2063 1956
  2064-2065 1957
  2066-2068 1958
47 2069 1958 (continued)
  2070-2073 1959
  2074-2075 1960
  2076-2077 1961
  2078-2079 1962
48 2080-2082 1962 (continued)
  2083-2085 1963
  2086-2092 1964
    Columbia Interstate Commission
49 2093-2101 1945-1949
50 2102-2103 1945-1949 (continued)
  2104-2108 1950-1960
  2109 Grand Coulee Dam photographs; 1946, undated
    Columbia Valley Authority
  2110-2111 1945-1946
51 2112-2118 1945-1946 (continued)
  2119-2120 1947-1950
52 2121-2123 1947-1950 (continued)
  2124-2127 Commerce Department, 1947-1955
  2128-2131 Commodity Credit Corporation; 1943, 1950-1958
    District of Columbia, 1941-1952 (Topics include: public welfare, budget appropriations, housing, taxation, Metropolitan Police Department, fire department, public schools, National Capital Sesquicentennial, home rule)
53 2132 1946-1947
  2133 1944-1947
  2134 1943-1947
  2135 1941-1943
  2136 1942-1947
  2137 1947
  2138 1945-1947
  2139 1940-1948
54 2140 1947
  2141 1947-1948
  2142-2144 1947
  2145 1940-1947
  2146 1947
  2147 1946-1947
55 2148 1946-1947
  2149 1947
  2150 1943-1947
  2151 1945-1947
  2152 1946-1947
  2153-2155 1947
56 2156-2157 1947 (continued)
  2158 1947-1948
  2159 1947
  2160 1946-1947
  2161 1943-1948
  2162-2163 1946-1947
57 2164-2165 1946-1947 (continued)
  2166-2167 1950-1952
  2168 1949-1950
  2169 1948-1950
  2170 1949-1950
  2171 1948-1951
    Education (Office of), 1941-1952
58 2172-2173 1948
  2174 1947-1948
  2175-2176 1944
  2177-2179 1943-1944
59 2180-2187 1949
60 2188 1950
  2189 1950-1951
  2190 1951-1954
  2191 1955
  2192 1956
  2193 1956-1957
61 2192-2194 1958
  2195-2197 1957
  2198-2199 1960
62 3000-3001 1960 (continued)
  3002-3003 1959
  3004 1957-1958
  3005 1959
63 3006-3010 1961
  3011 1960-1961
  3012-3013 1960
64 3014-3020 1961
  3021 1963-1964
  3022 1964
65 3023 1964 (continued)
  3024 1962-1964
  3025-3029 1962
66 3030-3035 1963
  3036-3037 1963-1964
  3038 1964
67 3039-3044 1964 (continued)
  3045 1963-1964
  3046 1962
    Farm Policy Information
68 3047 1949-1950
  3048-3049 1950
  3050 1949-1950
  3051 1949
    Farm Forum (Spokane)
  3052 1960-1964
  3053 1959-1960
  3054 1957-1958
  3055 1954-1957
    Farm Policy Information
69 3056-3059 1956
  3060-3062 1955
  3063 1954
  3064 1953
70 3065-3067 1958
  3068 1956-1957
  3069-3071 1957
    Farm Security Administration
71 3072-3074 1943
    Farmers' Home Administration, 1943-1965
  3075 1957
  3076 1956
  3077 1954-1955
  3078 1953
  3079 1951-1952
  3080 1950-1951
  3081 1949
  3082 1946-1948
72 3083-3084 1959-1960
  3085 1958-1959
  3086 1958
  3087 1964
  3088 1963-1964
  3089 1961-1962
    Foreign Agriculture Service
73 3090 1951-1952
  3091 1950-1951
  3092 1949-1950
  3093 1949
  3094 1946-1949
  3095-3096 1953-1954
  3097-3098 1953
  3099 Photographs
    Foreign Agricultural Relations
74 3100 1955
  3101 1953-1956
  3102 1954
  3103 1953-1954
  3104 1957-1958
  3105 1956-1957
    Federal Communications Commission
75 3106 1961
  3107 1960
  3108 1959
  3109 1957-1958
  3110 1956
  3111 1955
  3112 1954
  3113 1953
  3114 1947-1948
  3115 1952
  3116 1950-1951
  3117 1949
  3118 1943-1947
76 3119-3120 1964
  3121-3123 1963
  3124-3126 1962
    Federal Communications Commission: Paid TV
77 3127 1960
  3128 1958
  3129 1958
  3130 1958
    Federal Communications Commission: Bridgeport
  3131-3134 1955
  3135-3137 1954
78 3138 1960
  3139-3140 1959
  3141 1958
  3142 1959
  3143-3144 1957-1958
  3145-3147 1956
  3148 1955-1956
    Federal Reserve System
79 3149 1953-1958
    Federal Trade Commission
  3150 1949-1950
  3151 1953
  3152-3153 1952
  3154-3155 1951
  3156 1963-1964
  3157 1960, 1962
  3158 1961
  3159 1960
  3160 1959
  3161-3162 1958
  3163 1956-1957
  3164 1954-1955
  3165 1954
    Forest Service
80 3166 1950
  3167 1948
  3168-3171 1947
  3172 1946
  3173-3174 1945
  3175-3176 1944
  3177-3178 1943
81 3179 1954
  3180-3181 1953
  3182-3183 1952
  3184 1951
  3185 1950
  3186-3187 1949
  3188 1948-1949
82 3189 1959
  3190-3191 1958
  3192 1956-1957
  3193-3194 1956
  3195 1955-1956
  3196-3199 1957
  3200-3202 1956
  3203-3204 1955
83 3205 1959
  3206 1958-1959
  3207-3210 1959
  3211-3214 1958
  3215 1957-1958
84 3216 1960
  3217 1961-1962
  3218-3223 1961
  3224-3229 1960
  3230-3236 1961
    Forest Service
  3237-3238 1964
  3239 1963-1964
  3240 1962
86 3241 1963-1964
  3242-3246 1963
  3247-3251 1962
    General Services Administration
87 3252-3253 1958
  3254-3255 1959
  3256 1959-1960
  3257 1960
  3258 1959-1960
  3259 1956-1957
  3260 1955
  3261 1953-1954
  3262 1953
  3263 1948-1952
88 3264 1961
  3265-3267 1961
  3268 1960-1961
  3269-3272 1959
  3273 1964
  3274 1962-1963
  3275 1961-1963
  3276-3277 1963
  3278-3280 1962
    Health Department
89 3281 1964
  3282 1963
  3283 1962
  3284-3285 1961
  3286 1960
  3287 1959
  3288 1958
  3289-3291 1957
  3292-3293 1956
  3294 1951-1954
  3295 1950
  3296 1948-1949
  3297 1946-1948
    Health Department: Medicare
90 3298 1951, 1959
  3299-3300 1950
  3301-3309 1949
  3310 1947-1948
  3311 1945
  3312 1944
  3313-3315 1943
91 3316-3322 1961
  3323-3333 1960
92 3334-3349 1962
93 3350-3363 1962 (continued)
94 3364-3373 1962 (continued)
95 3374-3378 1964
  3379 1963
  3380 1963-1964
  3381 1964
  3382-3383 1963-1964
  3384-3387 1963
    Health Department: Hospitals
96 3388 1964
  3389 1963
  3390 1964
  3391 1961-1963
  3392 1960
  3393 1957-1959
  3394 1955-1957
  3395 1953-1954
  3396 1952
  3397 1951
  3398 1949-1950
  3399 1949
  3400 1945
  3401-3402 1944
    Hoover Commission
97 3403-3404 1949
  3405 1956-1958
  3406 1956
  3407 1952
  3408 1951
  3409-3415 1950
98 3416-3418 1950 (continued)
  3419-3420 1949
  3421 1957-1958
  3422-3424 1957
    Hoover Commission: Corruption in Government
  3425 1951-1952
    Internal Revenue Service
99 3426-3427 1956
  3428 1955
  3429 1954
  3430-3431 1953
  3432 1952
  3433 1951
  3434 1950
  3435-3437 1949
  3438 1948
  3439-3443 1943
100 3444-3445 1962
  3447-3448 1961
  3449 1960
  3450-3451 1959
  3452-3455 1958
  3456 1957
101 3457-3460 1964
  3461-3464 1963
  3465 1962
  3466 1961
  3467 1960
  3468-3470 1957
  3471-3472 1956
    Interstate Commerce Commission
102 3473 1950
  3474-3476 1949
  3477 1947-1949
  3478 1951-1952
  3479-3480 1951
  3481 1950-1951
  3481-3482 1951
103 3483-3485 1951 (continued)
  3486-3489 1960
  3490 1959
  3491 1958
  3492-3493 1957
  3494-3495 1956
  3496-3497 1955
104 3498 1954
  3499-3500 1953
  3501-3502 1952
  3503-3509 1961
105 3510-3519 1961
106 3520 1964
  3521-3531 1963
  3532-3534 1962
    Justice Department: Federal Bureau of Investigation
107 3535 1950-1064
    Justice Department
  3536 1963-1964
  3537 1962
  3538 1960-1961
  3539 1959
  3540 1958
  3541 1957
  3542 1955
  3543 1952
  3544 1951
  3545 1950
  3546 1948
  3547 1947
    Library of Congress
108 3548 1957
  3549 1964
  3550 1963
  3551 1960
  3552 1961-1962
  3553 1959
  3554 1954-1956
  3555 1950-1952
  3556 1946-1949
    National Defense (Department of): Legislation
  3557 1964
  3558-3562 1963
  3563 1960-1962
  3564 1959
  3565-3566 1958
109 3567 1955
  3568 1954-1955
  3569 1953
  3570 1957
  3571 1953-1956
  3572 1952
  3573-3576 1951
  3577-3580 1950
  3581-3582 1949
  3583 1948
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, A-G, 1948-1951
110 3584 1951: A
  3585 1949-1950: A
  3586-3587 1951: B
  3588 1950: B
  3589 1948-1949: B
  3590-3592 1951: C
  3593 1950: C
  3594 1951: D
  3595 1950: D
  3596 1951: F
  3597 1951: G
  3598 1950: G
  3599 1949: G
  3600 1947-1949: G
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, H-R, 1948-1951
111 3601 1949-1950: MISC
  3602-3603 1951: H
  3604 1949-1950: H
  3605 1950-1951: I
  3606 1951: K
  3607 1949-1950: K
  3608 1951: L
  3609 1950: L
  3610 1951: M
  3611 1950: M
  3612 1949: M
  3613 1951: N
  3614 1950: N
  3615 1951: O
  3616 1948-1951: P
  3617-3618 1951: R
  3619 1950: R
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, S-Z, 1948-1951
112 3620-3622 1951: S
  3623 1949-1950: S
  3624 1951: T
  3625 1950: T
  3626 1949-1951: U-Z
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, A-L, 1952-1954
  3627 1953-1954: A-B
  3628 1953: B
  3629 1952: B
  3630 1953-1954: C
  3631 1952: C
  3632 1953-1954: D
  3633 1952: D
  3634 1953-1954: E
  3635 1953-1954: F
  3636 1952: F
  3637 1953-1954: G
  3638 1952: G
113 3639 1954: H
  3640 1953: H
  3641 1952: H
  3642 1953: I
  3643 1952-1953: J
  3644 1953: K
  3645 1952: K
  3646 1954: L
  3647 1953: L
  3648 1952: L
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, M-Z, 1952-1954
  3649 1954: M
  3650 1952-1953: M
  3651 1952-1953: M
  3652 1953-1954: N
  3653 1952-1953: O
  3654 1952-1954: P
  3655 1953-1954: R
  3656 1952: R
114 3657 1954: S
  3658-3660 1953: S
  3661 1952: S
  3662 1952-1954: T
  3663 1952-1953: U
  3664 1952-1953: V
  3665 1954: W
  3666 1952-1953: W
  3667 1952-1953
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, A-M, 1955-1957
115 3668 1957: A
  3669 1955-1956: A
  3670 1956-1957: B
  3671-3672 1955: B
  3673-3674 1957: C
  3675 1956: C
  3676 1955: C
  3677 1955-1957: D
  3678 1956-1957: E
  3679 1955-1957: F
  3680 1957: G
  3681 1955-1956: G
  3682 1957: H
  3683 1956: H
  3684 1955: H
  3685 1957: J
  3686 1956-1957: K
  3687 1955-1957: L
  3688 1957: M
  3689 1956: M
  3690 1955: M
116 3691 1955-1957: N-O
  3692 1956-1957: P
  3693 1955: P
  3694 1955-1957: R
  3695 1957: S
  3696 1955-1956: S
  3697 1956-1957: T
  3698 1955-1956: U-V
  3699 1957: W
  3700 1956: W
  3701-3702 1955: W
  3703 1956-1957: V
  3704 1955-1957: Z
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, A-I, 1958-1960
117 3705 1960: B
  3706 1959: B
  3707-3708 1958: B
  3709 1960: C
  3710 1959: C
  3711 1958: C
  3712 1960: D
  3713 1959: D
  3714 1958: D
  3715 1960: E
  3716 1958-1959: E
  3717 1960: F
  3718 1958: F
  3719 1959-1960: G
  3720 1958: G
  3721 1960: H
  3722 1959: H
  3722 1958: H
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, J-Z, 1958-1960
118 3723 1960: R
  3724 1959: R
  3725 1958: R
  3726 1960: S
  3727 1959: S
  3728 1958: S
  3729 1960: T
  3730 1959: T
  3731 1958: T
  3732 1959: U
  3733 1960: V
  3734 1960: W
  3735 1959: W
  3736 1958: W
  3737 1960: Y
  3738 1959: Y
  3739 1959: Y
  3740 1958: J
  3741 1958-1960: K
  3742 1958-1960: L
  3743 1960: M
  3744 1959: M
  3745 1958: M
  3746 1959-1960: N-O
  3747 1960: P
  3748 1959: P
  3749 1958: P
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, A-H, 1943-1965
119 3750 1963-1964: A
  3751 1961-1962: A
  3752 1962-1964: B (Birdsell)
  3753 1961: B (Birdsell)
  3754 1964: B
  3755 1963: B
  3756 1962: B
  3757 1961: B
  3758 1961-1962: B (Binford)
  3759 1963: B (Beard)
  3760 1964: C
  3761 1961-1963: C
  3762 1961-1964: D
  3763 1961-1963: E-F
  3764 1963-1964: G
  3765 1961-1962: G
  3766 1964: H
  3767 1963: H
  3768 1963: H
  3769 1961-1962: H
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, I-P, 1961-1964
120 3770 1961-1964: J
  3771 1964: K
  3772 1963: K
  3773 1961-1962: K
  3774 1964: L
  3775 1963: L
  3776 1962: L
  3777 1961-1963: L
  3778 1964: M
  3779 1964: M
  3780 1962-1963: M
  3781 1961: M
  3782 1964: N
  3783 1961-1963: N
  3784 1964: P
  3785 1963: P
  3786 1962: P
  3787 1961: P
  3788 1961: P
    National Defense (Department of): Personal, Q-Z, 1961-1964
121 3789 1961-1964: Q
  3790 1964: R
  3791 1963: R
  3792 1962: R
  3793 1961: R
  3794 1964: S
  3795 1963: S
  3796-3797 1962: S
  3798 1961: S
  3799 1964: T
  3800 1961-1963: T
  3801 1961-1964: U
  3802 1962-1964: V
  3803 1964: W
  3804 1963: W
  3805 1962: W
  3806 1961: W
  3807 1961-1964: Y
  3808 1961: Z
    National Defense (Department of): Miscellaneous, 1947-1952
122 3809 1952
  3810 1951
  3811 1950-1952
  3812-3814 1951
  3815-3817 1950
  3818-3820 1949
  3821 1948
  3822-3823 1947
    National Defense (Department of): Miscellaneous, 1953-1959
123 3824-3827 1959
  3828-3831 1958
  3832 1957
  3833-3834 1955
  3835-3836 1954
  3837-3838 1953
  3839 1951-1952
  3840-3841 1953
    National Defense (Department of): Miscellaneous, 1955-1957
124 3842-3845 1957
  3846-3847 1956
  3848 1955
    National Defense (Department of): Miscellaneous, 1959-1962
  3849-3852 1962
125 3853-3857 1961
  3858-3861 1960
    National Defense (Department of): Miscellaneous, 1963-1964
126 3863-3864 1964
  3865-3870 1963
  3871 1957
    National Defense: Defense Minerals Administration Loan Application
  3872 1951-1952
  3873-3874 1951
    National Defense (Department of): Office of Mobilization Procurement, etc.
127 3875 1953-1954
    National Defense (Department of): Okanogan Armory
  3876 1957-1958
    National Defense (Department of): Naval Air Station at Geiger
  3877 1956-1957
  3878 1956
    National Defense (Department of): Lake Pend Oreille Bombing
  3879 1952-1954
  3880-3881 1952
    National Defense (Department of): Geiger Air Force Base Appropriations
  3882 1956
    National Defense (Department of): Naval Supply Depot Reduction in Force
  3883 1958-1959
  3884 1956-1957
  3885 1955
  3886 1954
    National Defense (Department of): Geiger Field Runway Project
  3887 1956-1958
    National Defense: Spokane Supply Branch Air Force
  3888-3889 1955
128 3889.1-3889.5 ICBM Spokane, 1958-1959
  3889.6-3889.8 Missile Sites, 1959
  3889.9 Nails, 1946
  3889.10-3889.13 Cherry Box, 1946
    National Park Service: 1943-1965
129 3890 1963-1964
  3891 1964
  3897 National Park Service, 1951-1952
  3898 National Park Service: Boat Slips at Lake Roosevelt, 1951-1952
  3899 National Park Service: Old Fort Spokane, 1951
  3901 National Park Service: Gifford-Inchelium Ferry, 1950-1951
    National Park Service
  3902 1950
  3903 1949
  3904 1948
  3905-3906 1947
    National Park Service: Coulee Recreation Area
  3907 1952
  3908 1950
  3909 1951
  3910-3911 1950
  3912 1949
  3913 1948
    National Production Authority: Regulations covering limitations, etc., Special Cases
130 3914 1952
  3917 1950
    National Production Authority: Cases requesting information about securing contracts, conversion, etc.
  3918-3919 1951
  3920 1950
    National Production Authority: Requests for construction, certificates, etc.
  3921-3922 1952
  3923-3927 1951
  3928 1950
    Northwest Horticulture Council
  3929 1950-1953
  3930 1950
  3931 1949
131 3932-3933 1949 (continued)
  3934 1948-1949
    Office of Price Administration
  3935-3942 1946
132 3943-3955 1946
133 3956 Office of Price Administration: Livestock, 1945-1946
    Office of Price Administration: Fruit
  3957-3958 1946
  3959 1945
  3960 Office of Price Administration: Vegetables, 1946
  3961-3962 Office of Price Administration: Peas, 1945
    Office of Price Administration: Carrots
  3963 1945
  3964 1944
    Office of Price Administration: Poultry
  3965 1946
  3966 1945-1946
  3967-3973 Office of Price Administration, 1946
134 3974 Office of Price Administration: Farm Machinery, 1946
  3975 Office of Price Administration: Services Trade Branch, 1945-1946
  3976-3980 Office of Price Administration: Clothing, 1945-1946
  3981 Office of Price Administration: Coal and Fuel and Oil, 1945-1946
  3982 Office of Price Administration: Leather Goods, 1945
  3983-3985 Office of Price Administration: Cars, 1945-1946
    Office of Price Administration: Lumber
  3986 1946
  3987 1945-1946
  3988 1945
    Office of Price Administration: Home Furnishings
  3989 1946
  3990 1943-1945
  3991 Office of Price Administration: Furniture, 1945-1946
  3992 Office of Price Administration: Building Trades, 1946
  3993 Office of Price Administration: Miscellaneous, 1945-1946
    Post Office Department: Legislation and personnel
135 3994 1947-1948
  3995-3998 1947
  3999 1946
  4000 1945
  4001 1944
  4002 1943-1945
  4003-4007 1945
  4008-4011 1944
  4012-4014 1943
136 4015 1949
  4016-4026 1948
  4027-4031 1947
137 4032-4041 1949
  4042 1948
  4043 1947
  4044-4045 1949
  4046 1948
  4047 1947-1948
  4048 1948
  4049-4050 1947
  4051 1944-1945
  4052 1947
138 4053 1953
  4057-4058 1949
  4059-4060 1951
  4061-4062 1950
  4063 1949-1950
  4064-4072 1950
  4073 1949-1950
139 4074 1951-1952
  4075 1952
  4076-4086 1951
140 4087 1953-1955
  4088-4096 1953
  4097-4100 1954
141 4101-4111 1954 (continued)
  4112-4115 1955
142 4116-4121 1955 (continued)
  4122-4126 1956
  4127 1959
  4128-4130 1958
  4131 1957-1958
  4132 1959
  4133-4135 1957
143 4136-4143 1957 (continued)
  4144 1960-1961
  4145-4151 1960
144 4152-4159 1960 (continued)
  4160-4161 1961
  4162 1959-1961
  4163-4168 1960
145 4169 1963-1964
  4170-4171 1963
  4172 1959-1963
  4173 1952-1958
  4174 1958-1961
  4175 1956-1958
  4176 1962
  4177 1960-1962
  4178-4187 1962
146 4188-4189 1958
  4190 1955-1956
  4191-4192 1954
  4193 1948-1950
  4194 1959-1961
  4195 1958
  4196 1953-1958
  4197 1954-1960
  4198 1954-1957
  4199 1955
  4200 1960-1962
  4201 1953-1955
  4202 1954-1964
147 4203 1960
  4204 1955-1957
  4205 1953-1954
  4206-4208 1953
  4209 1962-1964
  4210 1961
  4211 1960
  4212 1959
  4213 1958
  4214 1957
  4215 1956
  4216 1955
  4217-4218 1954
  4219-4221 1953
  4222 1947
  4223 1946-1947
  4224 1954
    Post Offices, Places by County: Douglas
148 4225 1961-1963
  4226 1959-1962
  4227 1957-1958
  4228 1952
  4229 1960-1961
  4230 1954, 1959-1960
  4231 1956-1957
  4232 1957, 1960, 1962, 1964
  4233 1953-1954
  4234 1952-1957
    Post Offices, Places by County: Ferry
  4235 1958-1959
  4236 1953-1956
  4237 1956-1957
  4238 1958
  4239 1957
  4240 1959
  4241 1960-1961
  4242 1958-1959
  4243 1954
  4244 1953
  4245 1955-1957
  4246 1952-1959
  4247 1961-1962
    Post Offices, Places by County: Chelan, A-N
149 4248 1952-1956
  4249 1960-1964
  4250 1958-1960
  4251 1953-1954
  4252 1960-1961
  4253 1953-1955
  4254 1960-1962
  4255 1957-1959
  4256 1953-1956
  4257 1958-1959, 1964
    Post Offices, Places by County: Chelan, O-W
  4258 1953-1957
  4259 1963-1964
  4260 1957-1958
  4261 1960-1964
  4262 1954-1957
  4263 1953
  4264 1963-1964
  4265 1953-1955
    Post Offices, Places by County: Douglas, B-W; Ferry, B-R
150 4266 1953-1956
  4267 1959
  4268 1952-1958
  4269 1955
  4270 1953-1954
  4271 1949, 1957, 1960-1962
  4272 1953-1956
  4273 1956, 1962
  4274 1955
  4275 1961-1962
  4276 1953-1956, 1962-1963
  4277 1963-1964
  4278 1955-1961
    Post Offices, Places by County: Lincoln, A-W
  4279 1960-1964
  4280 1955-1958
  4281 1953-1954
  4282 1953-1957
  4283 1950-1958
  4284 1953-1954, 1961
151 4285 1960, 1962
  4286 1955-1960
  4287 1954-1957
  4288 1953-1962
  4289 1945-1949
  4290 1960-1964
  4291 1953-1958
  4292 1959-1960
  4293 1957-1958
    Post Offices, Places by County: Okanogan, A-N
  4294 1953-1954
  4295 1957-1962
  4296 1954-1956
  4297 1962-1963
  4298 1952-1959
  4299 1958-1959
  4300 1955
  4301 1954
  4302 1953
  4303 1960
  4304 1958-1959
    Post Offices, Places by County: Okanogan, O-W
152 4305 1956-1958
  4306 1960-1963
  4307 1958-1959
  4308 1956
  4309 1955
  4310 1954
  4311 1946-1947, 1953
  4312 1954-1964
  4313 1953, 1959-1960
  4314 1949-1953
  4315 1953-1961
  4316 1960-1963
  4317-4318 1959
  4319 1954-1956
  4320 1953
    Post Offices, Places by County: Pend Oreille, C-U
153 4321 1957-1959
  4322 1955
  4323 1954
  4324 1953
  4325 1957-1960
  4326 1955
  4327 1954
  4328 1953
  4329 1955
  4330 1962-1964
  4332 1945-1946
  4333 1953-1958
  4334 1953-1956
  4335 1959-1961
  4336 1955-1956
    Post Offices, Places by County: Spokane, A-F
154 4337-4342 1954
  4343 1953
  4344 1952-1953
  4345 1953
  4346 1951-1952
  4347 1960-1963
  4348 1945
  4349 1945-1946
    Post Offices, Places by County: Spokane, G-W
155 4350-4351 1960
  4352 1959
  4353 1959-1960
  4354 1959
  4355 1958
  4356 1957
  4357 1956-1957
  4358-4359 1956
  4360-4361 1955
    Post Office: Spokane (City)
156 4362-4363 1964
  4364-4365 1963
  4366 1962-1964
  4367-4368 1962
  4369 1961
  4370-4373 1959
    Post Offices, Places by County: Stevens
  4374 1954, 1963
  4375 1953
  4376 1953-1955
157 4377 1960-1964
  4378 1954-1959
  4379 1949-1953
  4380 1960-1964
  4381 1958-1959
  4382 1958
  4383 1953-1957
  4384 1957
  4385 1955-1956
  4386 1954
  4387 1953
  4388 1954
  4389 1953-1964
  4390 1957-1962
  4391 1954-1959
  4392 1953
  4393 1958-1961
    Price Controls and Stabilization
158 4394-4400 1947
  4401-4406 Office of Price Administration, 1945
    Price Controls
    Office of Price Stabilization
    Agricultural Conservation Program
    Price Controls
    Production and Marketing Administration
162 4449 1952
  4450 1951
  4451 1951-1952
  4452-4455 1950
  4456 1962-1964
  4457 1964
  4458 1963
  4459 1960-1962
163 4460-4463 1956
  4464 1954-1955
  4465 1953
  4466-4467 1954
  4468 1953
  4469 1952-1953
    Railroad Retirement: 1944-1952
164 4470 1952
  4471-4472 1951
  4473 1950
  4474 1949
  4475 1948
  4476 1948
  4477-4479 1947
  4480-4481 1945
  4482 1943-1944
    Railroad Retirement: 1953-1964
165 4483 1963
  4484 1960-1962
  4485-4487 1959
  4488-4492 1958
  4493 1956-1957
  4494 1956
  4495 1955
  4496-4497 1954
  4498 1953
    Reconstruction Finance Corporation
166 4499 1955
  4500 1953-1954
  4501 1952-1953
  4502 1951-1952
  4503 1950
  4504 1949
  4505 1948
  4506 1947
    Reconstruction Finance Corporation: Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation, 1943-1948
  4507 1948
  4508 1945-1947
  4509 1944
  4510-4512 1943
  4513-4514 1944
  4515-4516 1943
    Rural Electrification Administration
167 4517 1945
  4518 1943-1944
  4519 1952
  4520-4521 1951
  4522-4523 1950
  4524 1949
  4525 1948
  4526-4527 1947
  4528-4529 1958
168 4530 1956
  4531 1957
  4532 1955-1956
  4533 1954
  4534 1953
  4535 1963-1964
  4536 1963
  4537 1962
  4538 1961
  4539 1960
  4540-4542 1959
169 4543 1957
  4544 1953
  4545-4546 1952
  4547 1947-1949
  4548 1946-1947
  4549 1964
  4550 1958-1959
  4551 1957
  4552-4553 1956
    Social Security Administration
  4554-4557 1950
  4558-4559 1949
170 4560-4561 1949 (continued)
  4562-4565 1948
  4566-4567 1947
  4568 1945
  4569 1944
  4570-4571 1943
  4575 1955
171 4576 1954-4579
  4580-4582 1953
  4583-4584 1952
  4585 1951
  4586-4589 1959
  4590 1958-1959
172 4591 1957-1959
  4592-4597 1958
  4598-4601 1957
  4602 1964
  4603 1962-1964
  4604 1961
  4605 1960
173 4606 1964
  4607 1963-1964
  4608-4609 1962
  4610 1961
  4611-4612 1960
  4613 1950
  4614 1949
  4615-4616 1948
  4617 1949
  4618 1948
174 4619 1948-1949
  4620-4622 1947
  4623-4624 1946
  4625 1945
  4626-4627 1943
  4628 1950
  4629 1948
  4630 1950
  4631 1949
  4632-4633 1950
175 4634-4635 1954
  4636 1953
  4637 1947-1952
  4638 1953
  4639 1952
  4640 1953-1954
  4641-4643 1952
  4644 1951
  4645 1950
  4646 1946-1950
  4647-4649 1952
  4650 1951
176 4651-4654 1958
  4655-4659 1957
  4660-4664 1956
  4665-4668 1955
  4669 1954
  4670 1954-1955
177 4671-4675 1961
  4676-4678 1960
  4679-4687 1959
  4688 1958
178 4689 1961-1963
  4690 1955-1957
  4691-4699 1963
  4700-4711 1962
179 4712 1944
  4713-4717 1964
    Townsend Plan
  4718 1960-1962
  4719 1959
  4720 1957-1958
  4721 1956
  4722 1954-1955
  4723-4724 1953
  4725 1952
  4726 1951
  4727 1950
  4728 1949
  4729-4730 1948
  4731-4732 1947
  4733 1944-1945
  4734-4735 1943
    U.S. Information Agency
180 4736 1964
  4737 1963
  4738 1962
  4739 1961
  4740-4741 1960
  4742 1956-1959
    Veterans' Administration
  4743-4748 1943
  4749-4750 1944
  4751-4755 1960
181 4756-4758 1960 (continued)
  4759-4766 1959
  4767-4771 1950
  4772 1949
182 4773-4776 1949 (continued)
  4777-4780 1948
  4781-4787 1947
    G.I. Legislation
  4791 1945
  4792-4793 1944
    Veterans Legislation
183 4794-4795 1951
  4796-4798 1952
  4799 1952-1953
  4800-4803 1954
  4804-4806 1955
  4807-4811 1956
  4812 1957
184 4813 1951
  4814-4816 1957
  4817-4819 1958
  4820-4829 1961
  4830 1962
185 4831-4835 1962 (continued)
  4836-4840 1964
  4841-4844 1963
186 4845 1947-1948: A
  4846 1947-1948: B
  4847 1947-1948: C
  4848 1947-1948: C-F
  4849 1947-1948: H-I
  4850 1947-1948: J
  4851 1947-1948: J
  4852 1947-1948: A-G
  4853 1947-1948: H-O
  4854 1947-1948: P-R
  4855 1947-1948: S
  4856 1947-1948: U-V
  4857 1947-1948: W
  4858 1947-1948: W
  4859 1946: A-B
187 4860 1946: C
  4861 1946: D-G
  4862 1946: H-M
  4863 1946: O
  4864 1946: P-R
  4865 1946: S-T
  4866 1946: V-Z
  4867 1947-1948: K-L
  4868-4869 1947-1948: M
  4870 1949-1951: A
  4871 1949-1951: B
  4872 1949-1951: C
  4873 1949-1951: D
  4874A 1949-1951: E-G
  4874B-4874D 1949-1951: H
188 4875 1949-1951: I
  4876 1949-1951: J-K
  4877 1949-1951: L
  4878-4879 1949-1951: M
  4880 1949-1951: N-P
  4881 1949-1951: R
  4882 1949-1951: S
  4883 1949-1951: T
  4884 1949-1951: U-V
  4885 1949-1951: W
  4886 1949-1951: Z
  4887 1952-1954: A-B
  4888 1952-1954: B-C
  4889 1952-1954: D-F
189 4890 1952-1954: G
  4891 1952-1954: H
  4892 1952-1954: J-L
  4893 1952-1954: M
  4894 1952-1954: N-R
  4895 1952-1954: S
  4896 1952-1954: T
  4897 1952-1954: V
  4898 1952-1954: W
  4899 1952-1954: Y
  4900 1955-1957: A
  4901-4902 1955-1957: C
  4903 1955-1957: D
  4904 1955-1957: G
  4905-4906 1955-1957: H
  4907 1955-1957: J-K
190 4908 1955-1957: L
  4909-4910 1955-1957: M
  4911 1955-1957: N-P
  4912 1955-1957: R
  4913-4914 1955-1957: S
  4915 1955-1957: T
  4916-4917 1955-1957: W
  4918 1958-1960: A-B
  4919 1958-1960: C
  4920 1958-1960: F-G
  4921 1958-1960: H
191 4922 1958-1960: J
  4923 1958-1960: K-L
  4924 1958-1960: M
  4925 1958-1960: M
  4926 1958-1960: N
  4927 1958-1960: P
  4928 1958-1960: P
  4929 1958-1960: Q-S
  4930 1958-1960: S
  4931 1958-1960: S
  4932 1958-1960: T
  4933 1958-1960: U-V
  4934 1958-1960: W
  4935-4936 1958-1960: Miscellaneous
    Veterans Administration
192 4937 1961-1964: A-B
  4938 1961-1964: B
  4939 1961-1964: C
  4940 1961-1964: D
  4941 1961-1964: E-F
  4942 1961-1964: G-J
  4943 1961-1964: K-L
  4944 1961-1964: L
  4945 1961-1964: M-N
  4946 1961-1964: P
  4947 1961-1964: R-S
  4948 1961-1964: S
  4949 1961-1964: T-V
  4950-4952 1961-1964: W
    Veterans General
193 4953-4955 1955
  4956 1956
  4957 1957-1958
  4958 1957-1960
  4959-4960 1961
    Veterans Benefits
  4961 1962-1964
    Veterans Hospital: Spokane
  4962-4963 1950
  4964 1947-1950
  4965 1946-1949
  4966 1945
    Veterans Hospital: Wenatchee
194 4967-4969 1944-1945
  4970 1944
  4971 State Veterans Bonus, 1949-1950
  4972 Veterans Interior, 1943-1945
    Veterans General
  4973 1947
  4974-4976 1948-1950
  4977-4978 1951-1952
  4979-4980 1953-1954
195 4981-4984 Voice of America, 1947-1948
  4985-4988 War Production Board, 1945
    Weather Bureau
  4989 1947-1955
  4990 1957-1962
  4991 1958-1962
  4992 1957-1958
  4993 1956-1957
  4994 1957
  4995 1956-1957
  4996 1956
  4997 1947-1955
    Series 5: Subject files, 1943-1964
    Agriculture, Miscellaneous
196 4998-5001 1948
  5002-5007 1947
  5008 1946
  5009-5010 1945
  5011-5014 1953
197 5015-5016 1952
  5017 1951
  5018-5020 1949
  5021-5022 1961
  5023 1954-1960
  5024 1958-1960
  5025 1954-1958
  5026-5030 1954
    Atomic Energy
198 5031 1957-1958
  5032 1963-1964
  5033 1963
  5034 1957
  5035 1956
  5036 1955-1956
  5037 1954
  5038 1953, 1962
  5039 1962
  5040 1961
  5041 1960
  5042 1959
  5043-5045 1958
  5046 1950-1952
  5047 1949
  5048 1948
  5049 1947
    Aviation
199 5050-5051 1950
  5052 1948-1949
  5053 1949-1950
  5054 1948-1949
  5055-5057 1947
  5058 1946-1947
  5059 1946
  5060 1943-1946
  5061-5063 1943
200 5064-5067 1955
  5068-5069 1954
  5070-5071 1953
  5072-5074 1953 (Port.-Sea. Service Case)
  5075-5077 1952
  5078 1951
201 5079 1951
  5080-5085 1958
  5086 1957
  5087 1958
  5088-5094 1957
202 5095-5097 1956
  5098-5103 1960
  5104 1959-1961
  5105-5106 1959
  5107 1958-1959
203 5108 1964
  5109-5112 1963
  5113-5117 1962
  5118-5121 1961
    Budget, Cost of Living, National Debt
204 5122-5123 1952
  5124-5125 1951
  5126 1950
  5127 1949
  5128 1948
  5129-5133 1947
  5134 1959
  5135-5139 1959
205 5140 1959 (continued)
  5141 1957-1958
  5142-5149 1957
  5150 1952-1957
  5151 1959-1960
  5152-5155 1962
206 5156 1962
  5157 1960-1962
  5158 1960, 1963
  5159 1963-1964
  5160 1961-1962
  5161-5163 1961
  5164 1960
  5165 1948-1950
  5166 1963-1964
  5167-5170 1963
  5171 1964
    Census
207 5172 1964
  5173 1962-1963
  5174 1961
  5175 1955-1956
  5176 1950
  5177 1944-1949
    Chamber of Commerce: Seattle
  5178-5179 1947-1948
  5180-5181 1948
  5182-5186 1947
  5187-5189 1950
  5190-5191 1949
208 5192-5195 1945
  5196-5197 1943
  5198 1944
  5199 1958
  5200 1959
  5201 1964
  5202 1963
  5203 1962
  5204 1961
  5205 1960
  5206 1959
  5207-5208 1958
209 5209 1958 (continued)
  5210 1955
  5211-5212 1956
  5213 1957
  5214 1958
  5215 1954-1955
  5216-5217 1951-1952
  5218-5219 1952
    Chamber of Commerce: Seattle, Century 21 exposition
  5220 1961-1962
  5221 1960
  5222-5226 1959
    Chamber of Commerce: Spokane
210 5227 1951-1952
  5228 1964
  5229 1962-1963
  5230 1959-1962
  5231 1957-1959
  5232 1961
  5233 1956
  5234 1955
  5235 1950
  5236 1949
  5237 1948
  5238 1947
  5239-5240 1954
  5241 1953
    Chamber of Commerce: Wenatchee
211 5242 1953-1960
  5243 1955-1956
  5244 1950
  5245 1949
  5246 1948
  5247 1949-1950
  5248 1952
  5249 1951
  5250 1964
  5251 1961-1963
  5252 1947
  5253 1953-1954
    Chamber of Commerce: Miscellaneous
  5254 1946-1947
  5255 1951, 1956, 1961
  5256-5257 1956
    Chemicals in Foods: Food and Drug Administration
212 5258 1959
  5259 1958-1959
  5260 1962
  5261 1961
  5262-5264 1962
  5265 1961
  5266 1953
  5267 1952
  5268 1947-1948
    Chemicals in Food
  5269 1964
  5270 1963
  5271-5272 1960
  5273 1959-1960
  5274 1959
213 5275 1958-1959
  5276 1956-1957
  5277 1959-1960
  5278 1956-1959
  5279-5282 1958
  5283 1958-1960
  5284 1944, 1947
  5285 1947-1949
  5286 1949
  5287 1948
  5288 1950
  5289 1949-1950
    Chemicals in Food: Pesticides
214 5290 1955-1956
  5291-5292 1954-1957
  5293 1951
  5294 1953
  5295-5297 1954
  5298-5302 1953
    Civil Defense
215 5303 1963-1964
  5304 1963
  5305-5306 1962
  5307 1960-1962
  5309 1960-1961
  5309-5310 1959
  5311 1957-1958
  5312-5313 1957
  5314 1951-1955
  5315-5316 1951
    Civil Rights
216 5317 1963
  5318 1947-1948
  5319 1962-1963
  5320 1960-1962
  5321 1948-1953
  5322 1963
  5323 1948-1949
  5324-5326 1963
  5327 1964
  5328-5332 1963
  5333 1963-1964
217 5334-5338 1964
  5339-5345 1963
  5346-5348 1964
  5349 1963-1964
    Claims, private
218 5350 1953
  5351 1952-1953
  5352 1952
  5353-5355 1951
  5356-5357 1950
  5358-5360 1949
  5361 1948
  5362-5365 1947
  5366 1946
  5367-5372 1945
  5373 1944-1946
  5374 1964
  5375 1962-1963
  5376 1964
  5377 1963
  5378 1961-1963
  5379-5380 1962
  5381-5382 1961
219 5383-5384 1961 (continued)
  5385 1960
  5386 1958
  5387 1957
  5388 1950-1956
  5389 1960
  5390-5391 1959
  5392-5393 1958
  5394 1957
  5395-5396 1956
  5397 1954-1955
  5398 1956
  5399 1949-1955
  5400 1947
  5401 1955-1956
  5402-5403 1954
  5404 1952-1953
  5405 1955-1956
  5406 1955
  5407-5409 1954
    Claims: William S. Williams
220 5410 1960-1964
  5411 1960
  5412 1958-1960
  5413 1963
  5414 1957-1958
  5415 1952-1956
  5416 1949-1952
  5417 1952
    Customs
  5418 1956
  5419 1951-1953
  5420 1956
  5421-5422 1955
  5423-5425 1954
  5426-5427 1953
  5428 1952
  5429 1951
  5430 1955
  5431 1952-1954
  5432 1955
  5433 1952-1953
  5434 1955
221 5435 1949-1952
  5436 1954-1955
  5437-5441 1953
  5438 1953
  5442 1952
  5443 1953-1954
  5444 1953
  5445 1952-1953
  5446 1952
  5447 1948
  5448 1947
  5449 1946-1947
  5450 1947
  5451 1946-1947
  5452 1963-1964
  5453 1962
  5454 1961
  5455 1960
  5456-5457 1958
  5458 1956-1957
  5459 1956
  5460 1955
  5461 1954
  5462 1953
  5463 1951-1952
  5464 1949-1952
    Dairy: Oleomargarine
222 5465 1943-1945
  5466 1962
    Employment, Government
  5467-5468 1956
  5469-5470 1955
  5471-5473 1952
  5474-5478 1951
  5479-5481 1950
223 5482-5483 1950 (continued)
  5484-5486 1949
  5487-5488 1964
  5489-5491 1963
  5492-5493 1962
  5494 1961-1962
  5495-5499 1961
  5500-5501 1960
224 5502-5508 1959
  5509-5510 1960
  5511 1958-1959
  5512 1958
  5513-5514 1957
  5515 1956
  5516-5517 1955
  5518 1954
  5519 1953
  5520 1954
225 5521-5523 1954 (continued)
  5524-5526 1953
  5527-5529 1948
  5530-5532 1947
  5533 1946
  5534-5535 1947
    Equal Rights for Women
  5536 1950-1956
  5537 1948-1950
  5538 1947
    Flood
226 5539 1944
  5540-5550 1948
  5551-5552 1949
  5553 1949-1950
  5554 1950
227 5555 1950-1951
  5556 1950
  5557-5561 1951
  5562 1952
  5563 1952-1953
  5564 1953
  5565 1953-1957
  5566 1957
    Foreign Aid
  5567-5570 1949
228 5571 1949-1950
  5572-5574 1950
  5575-5576 1950-1951
  5577-5578 1951
  5579 1951-1952
  5580-5583 1952
  5584 1951-1957
  5585 1957
  5586 1957-1958
  5587 1958
  5588-5591 1946
229 5592 1946 (continued)
  5593 1946-1947
  5594 1947
  5595-5602 1948
  5603 1947-1948
  5604-5605 1947
  5606-5611 1961
230 5612-5614 1961(continued)
  5615 1960-1961
  5616-5617 1960
  5618 1959
  5619-5621 1964
  5622 1963-1964
  5623-5624 1963
  5625 1963-1964
  5626 1962-1964
  5627 1961-1962
  5628 1962
231 5629-5632 1962 (continued)
    Fruit and Vegetables
  5633 1964
  5634 1959-1964
  5635 1959
  5636 1958
  5637 1955-1958
  5638 1954-1955
  5639-5640 1948
  5641 1947
  5642 1961-1962
  5643 1961
  5644 1943
  5645-5646 1944
  5647 1943-1944
232 5648 1943
  5649 1952
  5650 1951-1952
  5651 1945-1950
  5652 1947
  5653 1958-1961
  5654 1958
  5655-5657 1960
  5658 Fertilizers, 1947-1949
    Fish and Wildlife
  5659 1963-1964
  5660 1962
  5661 1961-1962
  5662-5663 1961
  5664 1960
  5665 1959-1960
  5666-5667 1959
  5668-5669 1957
233 5670 1957 (continued)
  5671 1955-1957
  5672 1955
  5673 1954
  5674 1952-1953
  5675 1950-1952
  5676 1950
  5677 1949
  5678 1948
  5679 1947-1948
  5680-5682 1947
    Commercial Fishing
  5683 1963-1964
  5684 1961-1963
  5685 1958-1960
  5686 1957-1958
  5687 1957
  5688 1955-1956
  5689 1954
  5690 1953
  5691 1951-1953
  5692 1951
  5693 1950
234 5694 1950 (continued)
  5695-5696 1949
  5697-5698 1947
  5699-5700 1948
  5701 1945
  5702-5703 1944
  5704-5705 1943
    Gas and Oil
  5706 1958-1960
  5707 1957-1958
  5708 1954-1957
  5709 1953-1955
  5710-5711 1953
  5712 1952
  5713 1951
  5714 1947-1948
235 5715 1953
  5716 1952
  5717 1951
  5718 1948-1951
  5719 1943-1948
    Grange
  5720-5721 1954
  5722 1953-1954
  5723 1953
  5724 1951-1952
  5725 1951
  5726 1950
  5727 1948-1949
  5728 1945-1947
  5729-5730 1945
  5731 1944
  5732 1943
236 5733 1943 (continued)
  5734 1964
  5735 1963
  5736 1961
  5737 1962
  5738 1961
  5739 1960
  5740 1959
  5741-5742 1958
  5743-5747 1957
  5748 1956-1957
    Highways
237 5749-5754 1955
  5755-5756 1954
  5757 1951-1954
  5758 1947-1949
  5759 1948
  5760 1949-1950
  5761-5763 1949
  5764-5765 1948-1949
  5766 1950
  5767 1948-1950
  5768 1950
238 5769 1949-1950
  5770 1949-1951
  5771-5774 1951
  5775 1949-1952
  5776-5778 1952
  5779 1950-1952
  5780 1949
  5781 1948-1949
  5782 1948
  5783 1947
  5784 1945
  5785 1949
  5786-5787 1943
  5788-5789 1944
239 5790-5792 1944
  5793-5797 1955
  5798-5802 1959
  5803 1958-1959
  5804-5805 1958
  5806 1957-1958
  5807-5808 1957
  5809 1956
240 5810-5816 1956 (continued)
  5817 1955-1956
  5818 1964
  5819 1963-1964
  5820 1959-1960
  5821 1959
  5822-5823 1963
  5824 1962
  5825 1961-1962
  5826-5828 1961
  5829-5832 1960
    Housing
241 5833-5835 1947
  5836-5837 1946-1947
  5838-5840 1946
  5841 1944
  5842 1944-1955
  5843 1945
  5844 1944-1945
  5845-5847 1944
  5848 1943
242 5849-5855 1949
  5856 1948-1949
  5857-5864 1948
  5865-5866 1947
  5867 1947, 1952-1953
  5868 1952
  5869 1951
243 5870 1951 (continued)
  5871 1952-1953
  5872-5875 1952
  5876 1951
  5877 1951-1952
  5878-5879 1951
  5880-5884 1950
  5885 1957
  5886-5888 1956
  5889 1954-1955
244 5890-5891 1954
  5892 1953-1954
  5893-5895 1953
  5896 1953-1955
  5897-5900 1955
  5901 1964
  5902 1963-1964
  5903 1962-1963
  5904 1961-1962
  5905-5906 1961
  5907 1960
  5908-5909 1959
245 5910-5911 1959 (continued)
  5912-5915 1958
  5916 1957
  5917 1957-1960
  5918-5921 1957
    Immigration
  5922-5923 1943
  5924 1944-1947
  5925 1946-1947
  5926 1947
  5927-5928 1948
  5929-5930 1949-1951
  5931 1949
  5932 1950
  5933 1949
246 5934 1950
  5935-5937 1951
  5938 1950-1951
  5939-5940 1951
  5941-5942 1952
  5943 1952-1953
  5944 1950-1952
  5945 1949, 1957
  5946 1958-1959
  5947 1958
  5948-5951 1957
  5952-5953 1956
  5954-5955 1955
  5956-5957 1954
  5958 1953
247 5959-5960 1953 (continued)
  5961 1953-1960
  5962 1960
  5963 1964
  5964 1956
  5965 1963-1964
  5966 1963
  5967 1960-1962
  5968 1961
  5969-5970 1964
  5971 1963
  5972 1961
  5973 1961-192
  5974-5975 1962
  5976-5977 1961-1962
  5978 1961
  5979-5980 1959
  5980 1959
    Indians
248 5981-5987 1947 (major subjects: Chief Joseph, Education, Colville Tribe, Legislation)
  5988-5997 1942-1947 (major subjects: Colville Indians: Budget, Business Council, Mundt Resolution, Paschal Sherman)
  5998-5999 1948-1949 (major subjects: Indian Bureau, Mescapero Apache Tribe, Indian Liquor Law, Education, Quinault Indian Reservation, Timber, Constitution and bylaws of the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, Indian appropriations)
249 6000-6011 1948-1949 (continued)
  6012 Treaty with Colville Indians, 1905 (reproduction)
  6013-6015 1953-1956 (major subject: Minerals and Miners)
  6016-6018 1960, 1963 (major subject: Chief Joseph)
  6019-6020 1948-1952 (major subjects: Kuehne Land Sale, Governors Interstate Indian Council, Patents, Tribal Enrollment, Frank George, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Colville Business Council)
250 6021-6032 1948-1952 (continued)
  6033-6039 1954 (major subjects: Power Lines, Mining, Indian Allotment)
251 6040-6052 1953 (major subjects: Colville Tribal Council, Timber, Colville Indian Agency)
  6053-6058 1950-1951 (major subjects: Hospital and Medical Services, President Truman visit to Grand Coulee Dam)
252 6059-6074 1954-1956 (major subjects: Colville Restoration Bill, Coeur d'Alene Tribal Council, H.R. 7190. H.R. 6154, Termination of Federal Supervision)
253 6078-6082 1956 (major subjects: H.R.'s 9505, 9487, 8484, 8347, 8325, 7190, 6154; Bureau of Indian Affairs)
  6083-6092 1955-1956 (major subjects: Chief Joseph, Realty Branch of Colville Agency, Jim Jones, Cleveland Kamiakin, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Mining Claims, Spokane Indian Reservation, Eastern Washington Conference on Indian Affairs)
  6093 1949 (major subject: Justification for Restoration "Opened" Lands Diminished Portion Reservation)
  6094-6096 1958-1960 (major subjects: Mineral Rights, Makah Tribe, Monse Irrigation Project, S. 56, H.R. 8224, Land Leases, Hospitals)
254 6097-6101 1958-1960 (continued)
  6102-6107 1956-1958 (major subjects: Yellowtail Dam and Reservoir, Allotments, H.R. 3771, Forest Management Report)
  6108-6112 1957-1961 (major subjects: Chief Joseph, H.R. 2839. H.R. 11599, H.R. 6560, Secretary's Task Force on Indian Affairs, S. 3510, S, 3312, Mining and Mineral Rights)
255 6113-6124 1957-1961 (continued)
  6125-6129 1959-1964 (major subjects: Grand Coulee Dam Reservoir and Indian Zone, Indian Health, various reports)
256 6130-6141 1962-1964 (major subjects: Monse Irrigation Project, Population, Art Exhibition: Portraits of Nez Perce Indians, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Timber Management)
  6142-6148 1962 (major subject: Legislation)
    Industries: Pacific Northwest
257 6149 1951-1952
  6150 1950-1951
  6151 1948-1950
  6152 1947
  6153 1945-1947
  6154-6155 1945
  6156-6159 1947
  6160 1962-1964
  6161 1963-1964
  6162 1963
  6163 1962-1963
  6164 1959-1961
  6165 1959
  6166-6169 1948
  6170 1962
258 6171 1962 (continued)
  6172 1947
  6173 1948-1953
  6174 1943-1944
  6175 1941-1943
  6176 1942
  6177 1943
  6178 1942
  6179-6181 1943
  6182 1943-1945
    Insurance and Banking
  6183 1961-1963
  6184-6186 1943
    Irrigation and Reclamation
  6187 1945-1946
  6188-6192 1945
259 6193-6195 1945 (continued)
  6196-6199 1944
  6200 1943
  6201 1942-1943
  6202 1944
  6203 1943-1944
  6204 1961-1964
  6205 1962-1963
  6206 1961-1962
  6207 1959-1960
  6208 1957-1959
  6209 1953-1955
  6210 1952-1953
  6211 1951
260 6212 1949-1950
  6213 1948-1949
  6214 1948
  6215-6216 1947
  6217 1945
  6218-6232 1947
  6233-6234 1946-1947
  6235-6237 1947
261 6238 1947 (continued)
  6239-6244 1948
  6245 1947-1948
  6246-6257 1947
262 6258-6260 1949
  6261-6273 1948
  6274 1949
263 6275-6293 1949 (continued)
264 6294-6295 1951
  6296-6300 1950
  6301 1949-1950
  6302-6303 1950
  6304 1949
  6305 1950
  6306 1949-1950
  6307-6311 1950
265 6312-6325 1950 (continued)
  6326 1950-51
  6327 1951
266 6328-6343 1951
  6344-6345 1950
267 6346-6362 1952
268 6363-6372 1954
  6373-6379 1953
269 6380 1952-1953
  6381-6389 1953
  6390-6402 1955
270 6403-6422 1956
271 6423 1959-1960
  6424-6425 1959
  6426 1957-1959
  6427 1957-1958
  6428-6429 1958
  6430 1957-1958
  6431-6438 1957
  6439 1956-1957
  6440 1956
  6441 1954-1955
  6442 1954
272 6443-6462 1957
273 6463-6477 1958
  6478-6480 1959
274 6481-6487 1959 (continued)
  6488 1959: Grand Coulee Dam
  6489 1959
  6490 1957: Columbia Basin Project
  6491 1959: Columbia Basin Project
  6492-6498 1959
  6499-6500 1957-1959
  6501 1959: Chief Joseph Dam Project
  6502 1955-1956
275 6503 1955
  6504 1954: Alameda
  6505 1959: Reclamation in the West
  6506 1959: House Resolutions
  6507 1957: House Resolutions
  6508 1961: National Water Resources
  6509 1957: Water Storage Bill
  6510 1959: H.R. 3312
  6511 1959: Dam Legislation
  6512 1956-1958: Alameda
  6513 1955-1959: Methow
  6514 1955: Grand Coulee Dam
  6515 1955: Dams
  6516 1955: Lake Chelan Reclamation
  6517 1961: Reclamation
  6518 1961: Lake Roosevelt
  6519 1961: Columbia/Lower Willamette Rivers
  6520 1961: Program of the Bureau of Reclamation in the Pacific NW
  6521 1961: Columbia, Lower Willamette Rivers
  6522 1961
  6523 1961: Stehekin Debris Removal
  6524 1961: Bead Lake
276 6525 1961: Columbia Basin Project
  6526 1961: Lower Monumental Snake River
  6527-6528 1961
  6529 1961: Bureau of Reclamation
  6530 1960: Columbia Basin
  6531 1960: "Water Wealth"
  6532-6534 1960
  6535 1960: Chief Joseph Dam
  6536 1960: Water and Soil Conservation
  6537 1960: Columbia Basin Project
  6538 1960: Water Pollution Control
  6539 1960: Columbia Basin Project
  6540 1960: Columbia River Basin
277 6541 1962: The Columbia Interstate Compact
  6542 1962: Reclamation: Whitestone, Coulee, Ice Harbor
  6543 1962: Reclamation Water Resource Development
  6544 1962: Reclamation Water and Lake Chelan
  6545 1962
  6546 1962: Mann Creek
  6547 1962: Reclamation NW Rivers and Dams
  6548 1962: Columbia Basin Project
  6549 1962: Reclamation: Land Acquisitions
  6550 1962: Water Resource Commission and Mann Creek
  6551 1962: Rivers and Power
    Irrigation and reclamation: Spokane Valley
  6552-6555 1962
  6556 1961: H.R. 7407
  6557 1961
  6558 1962
  6559-6560 1961: Reappraisal
  6561 1960-1961
  6562 1959-1960
  6563-6564 1959
278 6565-6567 1959 (continued)
  6568-6569 1958
  6570-6572 1957
  6573-6574 1956
  6575 1955
  6576-6577 1954
  6578 1954: Reconnaissance Report
    Irrigation and Reclamation
  6579 1964: Water Resources Research Institute
  6580 1964: Reclamation
  6581 1964: Reclamation/Water Resources
  6582 1964: Land and Water Conservation Fund
279 6583 1964: Land and Water Conservation Fund
  6584 1964: Reclamation
  6585 1964: Land and Water Conservation Fund Act
  6586 1964: Reclamation
  6587 1964: Banks Lake
  6588 1964: Program of the Bureau of Reclamation
  6589 1963-1964: Reclamation Budget
  6590 1963-1964: Bridge Proposals
  6591 1963: Water Resources
  6592 1963: Reclamation Miscellaneous
  6593 1963: Reclamation Miscellaneous
  6594 1963: Lake Roosevelt
  6595 1963: Reclamation
  6596 1963: Reclamation: Lake Chelan Area
  6597 1963: Reclamation: Water Levels Banks Lake and Lake Roosevelt
  6598 1963: Reclamation: Lake Roosevelt
  6599 1963: Rivers and Power
  6600 1963: Water
  6601-6602 1963: Budget
    Labor and Unemployment
  6603 1943: War Manpower
280 6604-6605 1943: War Manpower (continued)
  6606 1943: War Labor Board
  6607 1943: Wages
  6608-6609 1943: War Manpower
  6610 1943: Labor: Craftsmen
  6611 1943: Labor Crisis
  6612 1944: Conscription
  6613 1944: Labor Conscription
  6614-6615 1944: Labor Conscription: National Service Act
  6616 1944: National Service Act
  6617-6618 1944: National War Service Act
  6619-6620 1943: National War Service Act
  6621 1944: Constituent Issues
  6622 1944: Farm Labor
  6623 1944-1945: Work Labor
  6624 1943-1944: Connally-Smith Bill
  6625-6628 1943: Connally-Smith Bill
281 6629 1943: Connally-Smith Bill (continued)
  6630-6631 1943: National Labor Relations Board
  6632-6633 1943: National Labor Relations Board (Shipyards)
  6634 1943: Connally-Smith Bill-National Labor Relations Board (Shipyards)
  6635 1943-1944: Connally-Smith Bill-National War Labor Board
  6636 1943: National War Labor Board
  6637 1945: Labor Policy of the Federal Government
  6638 1945: Correspondence
  6639 1945: Fair Labor Standards Act
  6640-6645 1945
  6646 1945: War Labor Board
  6647 1945: National Labor Relations Board Act
  6648 1945
  6649 1945: Mexican Labor
282 6650 1945: War Manpower
  6651-6652 1945: Full Employment Bill
  6653 1944: Kilgore Bill
  6654 1944
  6655 1943: Coal Strike
  6656 1943
  6657-6658 1944: Montgomery Ward Case
  6659 1943
  6660 1947: Apprentice Training
  6661 1947: Apprentice Training, Taft-Hartley Law
  6662 1947: Miscellaneous including S. 984
  6663 1947: Fair Labor Standards, Labor-Management Relations Act
  6664 1947: Labor-Management Relations Act
  6665 1947: Taft-Hartley Bill
  6666 1947: Hartley Bill, Taft-Ball Bill
  6667 1947: Taft-Hartley
  6668-6669 1947: Labor Legislation
283 6670 1947: Hartley and Taft Legislation
  6671-6676 1947: Labor Legislation
  6677 1951: Taft-Hartley
  6678 1951: Wage and Salary Stabilization Board
  6679 1951: Taft-Hartley
  6680 1951: Taft-Hartley (S. 1959)
  6681 1951: Washington State Federation of Labor, 49th Convention
  6682 1951: Wages
  6683 1951: Taft-Hartley
  6684 1951: Railroads
  6685 1951: Railway Labor Bill (S. 3295)
  6686 1950: Railway Labor Act
  6687 1950: Railways (H.R. 7789)
  6688 1950: Freight Forwarders Bill (H.R. 5967)
  6689 1950: Railways, Switchmen's Union Strike
284 6690 1950: Railways
  6691 1950: Cherry Packing
  6692 1950: Cherry Packing
  6693 1950: Railways (H.R. 7789)
  6694 1950: Cherry Packing
  6695 1950: Railways, Strikes
  6696 1950: Unions
  6697 1950: Railway Labor Act (H.R. 7789)
  6698 1950: Labor Correspondence
  6699-6700 1950: Coal and Mining
  6701 1948: Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  6702 1947: FSA Bureau of Employees Compensation
  6703 1947: Unemployment
  6704 1947: Unemployment (Veterans)
  6705 1948: Taft-Hartley Act
  6706 1948: Overtime
  6707 1948: Overtime, Mediation
285 6708 1948: Taft-Hartley and Shipbuilding
  6709 1948: National Act Against Discrimination in Employment/Goodwin Bill
  6710-6712 1948: Goodwin Bill
  6713 1948: Fair Labor Standards Act
  6714 1948: Labor-Management Relations Act
  6715 1948: Unions
  6716 1947: Survey of Public Opinion on Labor Issues and Legislation (Republican National Committee)
  6717-6718 1947: Testimony, Portal-To-Portal Pay Legislation
  6719 1947: The Library of Congress, Public Affairs Abstracts
  6720 1947: H.R. 3020
  6721 1947: H.R. 3020
  6722 1947: Labor Appropriations
  6723 1947: Labor Appropriations
  6724 1947: Migrant Labor Report by the Federal Interagency Committee on Migrant Labor
  6725 1947: Agricultural Labor
  6726 1947: Responses from Labor about H.R. 3020
286 6727 1947: Responses from Labor about H.R. 3020 (continued)
  6728 1947: Responses from Unions on Labor Legislation
  6729-6732 1947: Responses to Labor Legislation
  6733 1949: National Grange and Fair Labor Standards Act
  6734 1949: International Apple Association on Fair Labor Standards Act of 1949
  6735 1949: Requests to Repeal Taft-Hartley Act
  6736-6737 1949: H.R. 3190
  6738 1949: Repeal Requests Taft-Hartley Act
  6739 1949: H.R. 3190
  6740 1949: Repeal of Taft-Hartley Act
  6741 1949: H.R. 3190
  6742 1949: H.R. 3190 and H.R. 2032
  6743-6747 1949: Taft-Hartley Act Fallout
287 6747 1949: Taft-Hartley Act Fallout/H.R. 2033
  6748 1949: H.R. 2033
  6749 1949: H.R. 858
  6750 1949: Labor
  6751-6753 1949: GE Survey on Labor Legislation
  6754-6755 1949: Responses to Labor Legislation
  6756 1949: H.R. 858
  6757-6760 1949: Responses to Labor Legislation
  6761 1949: Unions
  6762 1949: Unions, Defense
  6763 1949: S. 249
  6764 1949: H.R. 5856
  6765-6766 1949: Boeing
  6767-6768 1949: Minimum Wage
  6769 1949: H.R. 4272
  6770-6771 1949: Minimum Wage
  6772 1949: Secondary Boycotts to Taft-Hartley Act
288 6773 1949: Labor Management Legislation
  6774 1949: Labor Law
  6775-6776 1949: Labor Legislation
  6777 1949: Unions and Taft-Hartley Act
  6778 1949: Lesinski Bill
  6779 1949: Labor Legislation
  6780 1949: Minimum Wage
  6781 1949: H.R. 3190
  6782-6783 1949: Minimum Wage
  6784 1950: Unemployment Insurance
  6785 1950: Charges against the Taft-Hartley Act
  6786-6787 1949: Taft-Hartley
  6788 1953: Taft-Hartley
  6789 1953: Washington State Federation of Labor
  6790 1953: Convention of the Washington State Federation of Labor
  6791 1953: Testimony: Cy Radcliffe
  6792 1953: Labor and Taft-Hartley
  6793 1953: Wenatchee Apprentice Standards
  6794 1953: Grant County Apprentice Standards
  6795 1953: Library of Congress, Fair Employment Practices Legislation
289 6796 1953: Taft-Hartley
  6797 1952: Taft-Hartley
  6798 1952: Wage Stabilization Board
  6799 1952: Taft-Hartley
  6800-6802 1952: Steel Dispute
  6803 1952: H.R. 532
  6804 1952: Booth v. Kaiser
  6805 1952: Wholesale Commodity Prices
  6806 1952: Wage Stabilization Board
  6807 1952: S. 1973
  6808 1952: Unemployment Compensation
  6809 1962: Unemployment
  6810 1962: Unemployment Compensation Legislation
  6811-6812 1961: Unemployment
  6813 1956-1958: Unemployment
  6814-6815 1956: Workman's Compensation Act
  6816 1955: Unemployment
  6817-6818 1954: H.R. 8857
  6819 1955-1956: Labor
290 6820 1955: H.R. 7214, Minimum Wage
  6821 1955: Agriculture and Fair Labor Standards Act
  6822 1955: Fair Labor Standards Act
  6823-6824 1955: H.R. 4565
  6825 1954: Unions
  6826 1954: S. 2650
  6827 1954: Proposed Amendments to Taft-Hartley Act
  6828-6831 1954: Amendments to Taft-Hartley Act
  6832 1958: Surplus Commodity Distribution Plan
  6833-6835 1958: Unemployment
  6836 1958: Unemployment, Public Works
  6837 1958: Kennedy-Ives Bill
  6838-6839 1958: S. 3974
  6840 1958: Labor Legislation
  6841 1958: Litigation National Labor Relations Board and International Typographical Union
291 6842 H.R. 5112
  6843 1958: H.R. 5112
  6844 1958: H.R. 8422
  6845 1957: Labor
  6846 1957: S. 815 Industrial Safety Act
  6847 1957: Wages
  6848-6849 1957: H.R. 4575
  6850 1957: H.R. 4575 (continued) and H.R. 4791
  6851 1957: H.R. 5119, H.R. 4791, S. 1273
  6852 1957: Brotherhood of Maintenance of way employees
  6853 1959: Steel Strike
  6854-6858 1959: Labor Surplus, Landrum-Griffin Bill
  6859 1959: Labor Reform Legislation
  6860-6861 1959: Vocational Education Annual Descriptive Report
  6862-6863 1959: Labor and Unemployment
292 6864-6866 1959: Labor and Unemployment (continued)
  6867-8670 1960: Labor and Unemployment
293 6871 1962: Labor and Unemployment
  6872-6874 1961: Labor and Unemployment
  6875 1964: Labor and Unemployment
  6876 1963: Labor and Unemployment
294 6877 1963 Labor and Unemployment (continued)
  6878-6883 1943-1964: Labor, Farm
    Land Management
295 6884-6888 1949-1962
  6889 1963-1964
296 6890 1963-1964 (continued)
    Libraries
  6891 1963-1964
    Livestock
  6892-6895 1944-1962
297 6896 1944-1962 (continued)
    Lumber and Timber
  6897-6901 1957-1962
298 6902 1957-1962 (continued)
  6903-6907 1963-1964
299 6908 1963-1964 (continued)
    Mines and Minerals
  6909-6914 1942-1944
300 6915 1942-1944 (continued)
  6916-3921 1945-1949
301 6922-6925 1950-1952
  6926-6927 1953-1957
302 6928-6930 1953-1957 (continued)
  6931--6934 1958-1961
303 6935 1958-1961 (continued)
  6936-3940 1962-1964
304 6941 1962-1964 (continued)
  6942-6946 1964
    Patents
305 6947 1953-1964
  6948 1947-1953
    Peace
  6949-6951 1945-1947
  6952 1948-1949
306 6953-6956 1948-1949 (continued)
  6957-6958 1950-1954
307 6959-6962 1950-1954 (continued)
  6963-6964 1955-1959
308 6965-6968 1955-1959 (continued)
  6969-6971 1960-1961
309 6972-6976 1960-1961 (continued)
  6977 1964
  6978 1962-1963
310 6979-6984 1962-1963 (continued)
    Power
  6985 1943-1944
311 6986-6992 1943-1944 (continued)
312 6993-6997 1945
  6998 1946-1948
313 6999-7003 1946-1948 (continued)
  7004 1949-1950
314 7005-7007 1949-1950 (continued)
  7008-7010 1950
315 7011-7016 1951
316 7017 1951 (continued)
  7018-7022 1952-1953
317 7023-7024 1952-1953 (continued
  7025-7029 1954
318 7030-7034 1955
  7035 1956
319 7036-7039 1956 (continued)
  7040-7042 1957
320 7043-7045 1957 (continued
  7046-7049 1958-1959
321 7050-7052 1958-1959 (continued)
  7053-7056 1960
322 7057-7063 1961
323 7064-7068 1962
  7069 1963-1964
324 7070-7075 1963-1964 (continued)
  7076 1964
325 7077 1964 (continued)
  7078-7083 1954-1958: Power--Rocky Reach P.U.D
326 7084 1954-1958: Power--Rocky Reach P.U.D (continued)
    Prohibition
  7085 1943-1947
  7086 1948-1950
  7087 1957
  7088 1957-1962
  7089 Rationing, 1943-1946
    Thank yous and Recommendations
327 7090-7094 1947-1954
  7095-7096 1955-1959
328 7097-7098 1955-1959 (continued)
  7099-7102 1960-1964
329 7103-7104 1960-1964 (continued)
    Rent Control
  7105-7109 1947-1953
330 7110 1947-1953 (continued)
    Research, Agricultural
  7111-7116 1951-1955
331 7117-7121 1956-1958
  7122 1959-1964
332 7123-7126 1959-1964 (continued)
    Small Business
  7127-7129 1943-1955
333 7130-7134 1943-1955 (continued)
  7135-7136 1956-1959
334 7137-7141 1956-1959 (continued)
  7142-7143 1960-1962
335 7144-7146 1960-1962 (continued)
  7147-7149 1963-1964
    Soil Conservation
336 7150-7154 1947-1952
  7155 1953-1955
337 71567158 1953-1955 (continued)
  7159-7161 1956-1964
338 7162 1956-1964 (continued)
  7163 School Lunch, 1945-1960
    Spokane (City), miscellaneous
  7164 1959-1962: Spokane Civic Center
  7165 1957-1960: Old Fort Spokane
  7166-7168 1943-1948: Miscellaneous
339 7169-7170 Sugar, 1943-1964
  7171-7173 Surplus Property, 1943-1964
    Tariff
340 7174-7179 1947-1949
341 7180-7186 1950-1955
342 7187-7190 1956-1961
  7191-7193 1962-1964
343 7194-7195 1962-1964 (continued)
    Taxes
  7196-7200 1943-1947
344 7201-7202 1943-1947 (continued)
  7203-7207 1948
345 7208-7212 1949
  7213 1950
346 7214-7217 1950 (continued)
  7218-7220 1950-1952
347 7221-7223 1950-1952 (continued)
  7224-7227 1953
348 7228-7229 1953 (continued)
  7230-7233 1954-1956
349 7234-7239 1957-1958
350 7240-7244 1959-1960
  7245 1961
351 7246-7249 1961 (continued)
  7250-7251 1962
352 7252-7257 1962 (continued)
353 7258-7259 1962 (continued)
  7260-7263 1963
  7264 1963-1964
354 7265-7269 1963-1964 (continued)
    Territories, possessions, etc.
355 7270-7275 1943-1965
356 7276-7277 1943-1965 (continued)
  7278-7280 Transportation and Shipping--Maritime Commission, 1944-1959
  7281 Transportation and shipping, 1943-1962
  7282 Truman-MacArthur, 1951
357 7283 Truman-MacArthur, 1951 (continued)
  7284-7288 Korean War, 1951-1952
358 7289 Korean War, 1951-1952 (continued)
    Un-American Activities
  7290-7293 1947-1957
  7294 1947-1957 Washington State
  7295 1947-1957
359 7296-7297 1947-1957 (continued)
  7298-7301 1958-1961
360 7302-7303 1958-1961 (continued)
  7304-7307 1961-1964
361 7308-7309 1961-1964 (continued)
  7310-7311 Unemployment Insurance, 1943-1965
  7312-7313 United Nations, 1943-1965
362 7314-7318 United Nations, 1943-1965 (continued)
  7319 Universities, E-H: Eastern Washington State College, 1957-1964
363 7320 Universities, E-H: Gonzaga, 1947-1957
  7321 Universities, E-H: Gonzaga, 1957-1962
  7322-7323 Universities, E-H: Gonzaga, 1963-1964
  7324 Universities, E-H: Holy Names College, 1949-1952
  7325 Universities, M-W: Schools Miscellaneous, 1952-1956
  7326 Universities, M-W: Schools Miscellaneous, 1948-1952
364 7327 Universities, M-W: Washington State University, 1942-1956
  7328-7329 Universities, M-W: Mount St. Michaels, 1947-1960
  7330-7332 Universities, M-W: Whitworth, 1947-1960
365 7333-7334 Urban Renewal, 1962
    Washington (State) Miscellaneous
  7335-7338 1947-1952
366 7339 1947-1952 (continued)
  7340-7345 1953-1964
367 7346 Weed and Rodent control, 1947-1960
    Wheat
  7347-7352 1946-1952
368 7353-7358 1954-1957
369 7359-7364 1958
370 7365 1958 (continued)
  7366-7370 1959-1962
371 7371 1959-1962 (continued)
  7372-7376 1963-1964
372 7377-7382 1964
373 7383-7386 1964 (continued)
  7387-7388 1962-1964 Wheat to Russia
374 7389 1962-1964 Wheat to Russia (continued)
    Wilderness Areas
  7390-7393 1959-1960
  7394 1961-1964
375 7395-7398 1961-1964 (continued)
    Series 6: Legislation, 1943-1964
    Agriculture
  7399-7400 1943:1950
376 7401-7403 1943-1950 (continued)
  7404-7406 1951-1956
377 7407-7413 1957-1960
378 7414-7419 1962
  7420 1963-1964
379 7421 1963-1964 (continued)
    Horan
  7422 1947: Legislation: Greek-Turk situation (Peace)
  7423 1947-1949: H. R. 3255 Mr. Roy F. Arnold
  7424 1947: H. Res 81 and H. Res. 82 Crime does pay file
  7425 1947: H.J. Res. 177, Un-Freeze order
  7426 1946-1948: Horan-Chester Glenn Claim HR 1076
  7427 1947: H.J. Res. 74 Walt's Bill
  7428 1947: H.Con Res 123 Walt's Bill
  7429 1945-1946: H.J. Res 75, F.B.I. Investigation of Government Property
  7430 1947: Surplus property bill, H.R. 1028
  7431-7432 1947: H.Res 81, Crime Programs
380 7433 1947: H.R. 1025 Purple Heart-Military Affairs
  7434 1947: Martha Donaldson Private Claims, H.R. 2258
  7435 1949: H.R. 5475 Authorize Construction, operation and maintenance of Chief Joseph Project at Foster Creek, etc.
  7436 1949-1950: H.R. 4113 to amend Section 6 of River and Harbor Act, Chief Joseph Dam and H.R. 3784, Albeni Falls authorization
  7437 1949: H.R. 6027 to amend Tariff Act of 1930
  7438 1949: H.J. Res. 191, Relating to Father's Day
  7439 1950: H.Res. 616, investigation of Post Office Dept.
  7440 1949: H.R. 6310, Relief of James B. Reidy
  7441-7442 1948-1949: Tariff Bill, H.R. 1326
  7443 (Undated): H.R. 6535
  7444 1946-1949: Air Taxis exemption tax bill H.R. 1327
  7445 1949: H.R. 3784 Multipurpose Reservoir on Pend Oreille River
  7446 1945-1949: Stockpiling, H.R. 1029
  7447 1950: H. Con. Res. 173 Walt's Bill, Coal Strike Bill
  7448 1946-1948: Horan-Gooch Bill, H.R. 1078
  7449-7450 1947-1948: Walt's Bills
  7451 1948: H.R. 5461, Tidelands Bill
  7452 1948: H.J. Res. 418, Emergency Funds for flood disaster
381 7453 1949: H.R. 1325, To provide additional income tax exemptions to widowed heads of families
  7454 1949: H.R. 1326, To encourage development of new domestic sources of zinc ores by amending the Tariff Act of 1930 as amended
  7455 1949: H.R. 1327 to amend the Internal Revenue Code so as to exempt air taxis from provisions of the transportation tax
  7456 1949: H.R. 2484, authorize grants to Ferry and Okanogan Counties in lieu of taxes
  7457 1949: to establish a Columbia Interstate Commission and for other purposes
  7458 1949: H.R. 2432, restoring to Tribal ownership certain lands on Colville Reservation
  7459-7463 1949: Indian Bill, H.R. 2387 (formally H.R. 2432)
382 7464 1949: Indian Bill, H.R. 2387 (formerly H.R. 2432) (continued)
  7465 1950: Remarks, "American Foreign Policy"
  7466 1950: Political Issues Survey, Washington State
  7467 1950: U.S. Must sell Freedom Idea to Survive
  7468 1950: Remarks, You can't do business with the Soviets
  7469 1950: Remarks, The permanent Point 4
  7470 1950: Remarks, Point 4 Au Jus
  7471 1950: Labor Day Message
  7472 1950: Albeni Falls Record on passage of supplemental funds
  7473 1950: Power-Henry J. Kaiser release
  7474 1950: "East says they have enough power" from Daily World
  7475 1950: Communism vs. Christianity
  7476 1950: Mining Equipment for Yugoslavia, Frank Lilly's Letter
  7477 1950: Production of Aluminum and other light metals
  7478 1950: Grass roots farm bill (H.R. 9093) speech reprinted
  7479 1950: The real tragedy of Forrestal
  7480 1950: Statement of Spokane Chamber of Commerce
  7481 1950: Rent decontrol has helped Spokane (Extension remarks)
  7482 1950: Today's Dollar Tomorrow, Lilly
  7483 1950: Leon Starment's articles on Columbia Basin
  7484 1950: Explanatory statement, H.R. 7478
  7485 1950: Report on Grazing Lands (1947-1949)
  7486 1950: Brannan Plan
  7487 1950: "The Old Order changeth, Yielding Place to the new" (speech for Bible class, not given)
  7488 1950: A Fable about Potato prices (Dave Kirk)
  7489 1950: National Capitol Sesquicentennial (Horan's speech on Capitol steps, April 15)
  7490 1950: William Lemke's passing
  7491 1950: The late Rufus Woods
  7492 1950: Grass Roots Comment, Frank Shields letter and Roger Hale letter
  7493 1950: Speech before Art Minor's Bible class, on civilization and love
  7494 1950: Commodity Credit debate on Floor (H.R. 6567)
383 7495 1950: Sesquicentennial Speech, Frances Yeend Concert
  7496 1950: Explanation of H.R. 7149, S. 2996
  7497 1950: Senator Schoeppel of Kansas speech. Lincoln Day, Wenatchee
  7498 1950: Coal Strike Speech
  7499 1950: U.S. Tariff and Europe's Quotas
  7500 1949-1950: Addition Income Tax Exemption, widowed Heads of families, H.R. 1325
  7501 1950: Testimony, imports
  7502 1950: H.R. 4430 to exempt Engelmann spruce lumber from import tax of Internal Revenue Code
  7503 1950: H.J. Res. 520, Amending Armed Services Procurement Act of 1947 to provide protection for those not covered by workmen's compensation laws
  7504 1950: H.R. 8613--Pub law 665 Loans through RACC
  7505 1950: H.R. 9094 Provide benefits for persons serving on revenue cutter Bear during Arctic rescue cruise
  7506 1950: H.R. 9093, Grange Farm Bill
  7507 1950: H.R. 7478 Creating Commission on Fed reimbursement to States and local govts
  7508 1950: H.Res. 603, For. Affairs Cmt (Bill introduced by others, including Javitz)
  7509 1950: H. R. 4430, Exempt Engelmann Spruce lumber from import tax
  7510 1950: H.R. 7478, Creating a Commission on Federal reimbursement to states and local govts. etc.
  7511 1950: H. J. Res. 520, Armed Services
  7512-7513 1950: H.R. 8613, Loans in Lieu of RAAC
  7514 1950: H. R. 4113 Amend Section 6 of River and Harbor Act of 1946
  7515 1950: Complete file of Walt Horan's bills, 81st Congress
384 7516 1951: H.R. 2268 Testimony
  7517 1952: H.R. 2470, D'Ewart's Bill
  7518 1951: Statement, H.R. 4963, Jackson's elec. generating plant
  7519 1951: Statement on H.R. 910, Nurses Bill
  7520 1951: Best Remedy for inflation, letter of Fred Phelps
  7521 1951: It's Your Food Supply
  7522 1951: Truman-MacArthur situation
  7523 1951: Farm Labor Subcommittee statement
  7524 1951: Richland's New School
  7525 1951: An Outstanding Job progress edition of Review
  7526 1951: Freight Rates Increase Protest
  7527 1951: "Valuation of Gold by Great Britain, Frank Lilly Letters
  7528-7531 1953-1955: Scale of Town of Coulee Dam, Wash.--Correspondence
385 7532-7534 1953-1955: Scale of Town of Coulee Dam, Wash--Correspondence (continued)
  7535 1953-1955: H.R. 2932, For the Relief of John H. Miller
  7356 1951-1955: H.R. 2931, Relief of Gina Bellagamba
  7357 1955: Roland Mead Daly, Funeral
  7538 1955: Steve Nyman (Sandy's Friend)
  7539 1955: Committee Appearances
  7540 1955-1956: H.R. 5678, For the Relief of Dr. Roughi
  7541 1948-1955: H.R. 2933, Relief of Berta Mansergh
386 7542 1956-1957: Nye Yen Woo
  7543 1954-1955: H.R. 2139 Lake Behind McNary Dam to be called Lake Wallula
  7544-7545 1949-1956: H.R. 2288, Sylvia Simonson
  7546 1958-1959: Nick Simchuk
  7547 1957: H.R. 3388 provide for licensing of TV reflector facilities and VHF translator facilities
  7548 1957: H.R. 685, Amend Federal Aid Highway Act of 1944 to provide for an addition to the National system of Interstate Highways
  7549 1956-1959: 4044, For the Relief of Mirko J. Pitner
  7550 1956: Omak Lake
  7551 1956: Lionel Tsao
  7552 1954-1956: H.R. 1918, Hal Marchant, Trade rights for Vessel Jenny
  7553 1956: H.R. 10605, Soil Bank Bill
  7554-7555 1956: H.R. 8734, Bankhead-Jones amendments, Agriculture
  7556 1955-1957: H.R. 2934, Relief of Maria Pizzarella
387 7557 1955-1957: H.R. 2934, Relief of Maria Pizzarella (continued)
  7558 1957: H.R. 3389, Disposal of Federal property in Coulee Dam and Grand Coulee areas
  7559-7563 1958-1959: Fort George Wright Cemetery, Spokane
388 7564 1958-1959: Fort George Wright Cemetery, Spokane (continued)
  7565-7568 1960-1961: Fort George Wright Cemetery, Spokane
  7569 1959-1960: H.R. 1125, Union Recognition (H.R. 11191, 81st)
  7570 1958-1959: H.R. 11294, George Shiosaki
  7571 1954-1960: H.R. 3410, Relief of Mrs. Leonard Erickson (H.R. 4045, 85th)
389 7572 1958-1959: H.R. 802, Town of Bridgeport Wash. (H.R. 13215, 85th)
  7573 1945-1959: H.R. 3808, Award of Medal to Hugh Herndon, Jr. and posthumously to Clyde Pangborn (H.R. 4043, 85th)
  7574 1959: Century 21 Exposition, H.R. 7431
  7575 1957-1959: Columbia Interstate Commission Bill
  7576 1957-1958: H.R. 9058, amend Internal Revenue Code
  7577 1958: H. Con. Res 275, National Aviation Week
  7578 1958: H.J. Res 492, Establishing a commission on REA Loan Programs
  7579 1961: H.R. 7650, Banks Lake Reservoir
  7580-7582 1961: H.R. 4829, Oroville Tonasket Chief Joseph Dam Project
390 7583-7584 1954-1962: H.R. 7136 Oroville-Tonasket unit of Okanogan-Similkameen Div. Chief Joseph Dam
  7585-7587 1954-1962: Oroville-Tonasket Project, Public Law 762, 87th Congress
  7588-7589 1961-1962: Authorize use of funds arising from judgments in favor of any of Confederated Tribes of Colville Reservation, Public Law 298, 87th Congress
  7590 1958-1960: To Equalize pay of retired members of uniformed service
391 7591 1962: H.R. 9879, amend Merchant Marine Act of 1920
  7592 1961-1962: H.R. 9133, Marketing programs for Wheat
  7593 1961: H.R. 6620, Union Recognition, 87th Congress
  7594 1961: H.R. 5784, Tax Relief for small business, 87th Congress
  7595 1961: FHA Loan Modernization bill, enacted into Public Law in 87th Congress
  7596 1963-1964: H.R. 8765, For Relief of Kenneth York Sue
  7597 1964: Wesel Oviatt Lumber Co.
  7598 1963-1964: H.J. Res 477, Relating to Father's Day
  7599-7600 1949-1962: H.J. Res. 451, Father's Day
  7601 1961-1963: H.R. 3749, For the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Roberts
392 7602 1963: Propane Gas
  7603 1963-1964: H.J. Res 988, Gold Medal for Henry J. Kaiser
  7604 1961: Lionel Theen (Paauw's friend)
  7605 1961-1963: H.R. 11123, Immigration, Hyung Jin Kim
  7606 1961: H.R. 6904, Transportation Bill, Water Carrier Exemptions
  7607 1961-1962: H.R. 9181, Relief of Hong-Kyw Cho
  7608-7609 1961-1964: Legislation: Horan: H.R. 8469 Colville Termination
  7610 1960: H.R. 7201
  7611 1960: H.R. 7201 Headwater Benefits Bill
  7612 1960-1961: H.R. 5006, River Management, Headwater Benefits
393 7613 1953-1963: H.R. 1124, Relocation of Ferry County Highway (H.R. 4784, 85th)
  7614 1954: Landslide Conditions along Ferry County Highway paralleling Lake Roosevelt From Kettle Falls to Mouth of Spokane River, Wash. by Fred O. Jones
  7615 1958-1963: H.R. 5922, Relocation of Ferry County Highway
  7616 1960: H.R. 10555
  7617-7619 1963-1964: H. R. 5118, Whitestone Coulee Unit
  7620 1964: H.R. 10257, Banks Lakes and Potholes
  7621 1963-1964: Spokane Valley
  7622 1963: Chief Joseph Reclamation Bill
394 7623 1962-1963: Chelan-Manson Irrigation Project
  7624 1964: Chelan-Manson Project
  7625 1960-1962: Agriculture and Forestry
  7626 1964: Kalispell Judgment Fund Bill, H.R. 10973
  7627-7628 1963: H.R. 4535 Funds arising from Colville Judgment funds
  7629 1963: H.R. 7166, Colville Termination
  7630-7631 1963: H.R. 6555, Feed Grain and Wheat Proposal
  7632 1963: H.R. 7187, Mexican Agricultural Workers
  7633-7634 1964: H.R. 9412 Amend Tariff Act, re Cattle, beef, and veal imports
395 7635-7636 1963-1964: Termination Legislation (Colville Tribes)
  7637-7638 1963: H.J. Res. 256, Quota on softwood lumber imports
  7639 1962: H.J. Res. 735, Relief for Lumber Industry
  7640 1963-1964: Miscellaneous Press release statements
  7641 1963-1964: H.R. 3951, To declare wood an agricultural commodity
396 7642 1963: H.R. 3955, To amend the National Housing Act relative to use of American timber
  7643 1963: H.R. 3691
  7644 1963: H. Res. 122, Prohibit back door spending
  7645 1963: H. Res 408, Select committee on fiscal organization
  7646 1963: H. Res. 299, "Price tag on House bills"
  7647 1963-1964: H. R. 6270, Lead-Zinc
  7648 1962: H.R. 9974, Lead-Zinc Bill
  7649-7650 1963-1964: H.R. 3690, Quality Stabilization
  7651 1963: H.R. 3956, Work measurement in the Post Office
  7652 1963: H.J. Res. 346, Equal Rights
  7653 1962: H.J. Res 692, Equal Rights
    Legislation: Miscellaneous
  7654 1948
  7655 1947-1948
397 7655-7656 1947
  7657-7659 1950
  7660-7661 1949
398 7662 1949 (continued)
  7663 1953-1954
  7664-7665 1953
  7666 1952-1953
  7667 1951-1952
  7668 1951
399 7669-7672 1954
  7673-7674 1956
400 7675-7676 1956
  7677-7678 1955
  7679-7680 1957
401 7681-7683 1957(continued)
  7684-7686 1958
402 7687-7689 1958 (continued)
  7690-7692 1959
403 76937695 1959 (continued)
  7696-7697 1960
404 7698-7699 1960 (continued)
  7700-7703 1961
405 7704-7707 1961 (continued)
  7708 1960-1962
  7709 1962
406 7710-7715 1962 (continued)
407 7716-7717 1962 (continued)
  7718-7720 1963
408 7721-7725 1963
  7726 1964
409 7727-7729 1964 (continued)
    Series 7: Communication with Constituents, 1945-1964
    Newsletters
410 7730 1964
  7731 1964
  7732 1962
  7733 1961
  7734 1960
  7735 1959
  7736 1958
  7737 1957
  7738 1956
  7739 1955
  7740 1954
  7741 1953
  7742 1952
  7743 1951
  7744 1950
  7745 1949
  7746 1948
  7747 1947
  7748 1945-1946
411 7749 1963-1964: Correspondence
  7750 1960-1962: Correspondence
  7751 1956-1960: Correspondence
  7752 1953-1955: Correspondence
  7753 1950-1952: Correspondence
  7754 1949-1950: Correspondence
  7755 1948: Correspondence
412 7756 1947: Correspondence
  7757 1945-1946: Correspondence
    Radio Broadcasts
  7758-7759 1949
  7760-7761 1950
  7762 1951 August 1 to October 24
  7763 1951 March 8 to July 25
413 7764 1951 March 8 to May 9
  7765-7766 1952
  7767-7768 1953
  7769 1953 to February 28, 1954
  7770 1954
414 7771 1954: Television
  7772 1955-1957 Recordings
  7773-7774 1957-1958
  7775-7776 1955-1956
  7777 1957: Correspondence
  7778 1958: Correspondence
  7779 1959: Correspondence
  7780 1951-1954: Correspondence
415 7781 1955-1956: Correspondence
  7782-7783 1949-1952: Correspondence
    Series 8: Political, 1942-1964
    General and practical politics
  7784 1942: Primary
  7785-7786 1942-1943
  7787 1944-1945
  7788 1944
416 7789-7791 1944
  7792 1947-1948
  7793-7795 1947
417 7796 1947-1950
  7797 1947-1949
  7798 1948
  7799 1948-1951
  7800 1950-1951
  7801-7802 1949-1950
418 7803 1949-1950
  7804 1949-1951
  7805 1948-1950
  7806 1950-1952
  7807 1951-1952
  7808 1951
  7809 1951-1952
419 7810 1952: 5th District
  7811 1948-1954
  7812 1948-1955
  7813 1953-1954
  7814 1953-1954: 5th District
  7815 1953-1955
420 7816 1953-1958
  7817-7818 1955-1957
  7819 1953-1958
  7820 1957-1958
  7821 1956-1958: 5th District
  7822 1955-1956: 5th District
421 7823 1961-1963
  7824 1961-1962
  7825 1959-1961
  7826 1959-1962
  7827 1960
  7828 1959-1959
  7829 1958-1962
422 7830 1962
  7831-2 1961-1962
  7833 1962
  7834 1963-1964
  7835 1963
423 7836 1962-1964
  7837 1961-1962
  7838-7839 1963-1964: 5th District
  7840 1949-1963: Lincoln Day
  7841 1953-1960: Lincoln Day
424 7842 1951-1957: Lincoln Day
  7843 1950-1952: Lincoln Day
    Campaigns
  7844-7848 1948
425 7849 1948-1954: 5th District
  7850 1949: 1948 Election, statistical analysis
  7851 1948: Financial
  7852-7855 1948
426 7856 1949-1950
  7857 1950-1952
  7858-7861 1949-1950
  7862 1949
427 7863-7864 1950
  7865 1949-1950
  7866 1950
  7867 1948-1950
  7868 1949: Compton I. White vs. City of Spokane
  7869 1950
428 7870-7875 1950
429 7876-7880 1950
  7881 1949-1950
430 7882-7883 1950-1960: Financial
  7884-7886 1950
  7887 1952-1955: Financial
  7888 1951-1952: "Quick Answers"
431 7889-7890 1952
  7891 1950-1952
  7892-7894 1952
432 7895-7899 1952
  7900 1952: Clippings of Primary Figures
  7901 1952: Opposition Campaigns
433 7902-7904 1954
  7905 1953-1954: Quick Answers
  7906-7907 1954: Financial
434 7908 1954: Financial
  7909-9713 1954
435 7914-7916 1952-1954
  7917 1952
  7918 1951-1952
  7919 1953-1954
  7920 1952-1954
436 7921 1952-1954 (continued)
  7922 1956: Our opposition
  7923 1956
  7924-7928 1956: Financial
437 7929-7934 1956
438 7935-7937 1956 (continued)
  7938-7940 1958
439 7941-7942 1958 (continued)
  7943-7944 1958: Opposition
  7945 1958: Campaign: Financials
  7946-7947 1958
440 7948 1958 (continued)
  7949 1960
  7950 1958
  7951 1948-1956
  7952 1960
  7953 1960-1961
441 7954-7956 1960
  7957 1960: Financial
  7958 1960: Summary and Career to 1958
  7959 1960
442 7960-7962 1960 (continued)
  7963 1961-1963
  7964-7965 1962
443 7966-7969 1962 (continued)
  7970 1962: Financial
  7971 1964
444 7972-7973 1964 (continued)
  7974 1963-1964
  7975 1962-1964 (continued)
  7976 1964
  7977 1964: Opposition
445 7978-7980 1964
  7981 1959-1964
  7982 1964
  7983-7984 1964: John Birch Society
    Speech Kits
446 7985 1958
  7986 1956
  7987 1954
  7988 1952
  7989 1949
447 7990 1963
  7991 1964: Supplements
  7992 1959
  7993 1960
    Politics in Congress
  7994 1948-1955
  7995 1945-1955
448 7996 1944-1964
  7997 1963-1964
  7998 1950-1963
  7999-8000 1947-1949
  8001 1947-1950
449 8002 1944-1955
  8003 1945-1947
  8004 1944-1945
  8005 1961: President's Message
    Inaugurals
  8006 1952-1957
  8007 1948-1957
    Patronage
450 8008 1958-1959: Federal Judge Sam Drive Replacement
  8009 1952-1960
  8010 1957-1959
  8011 1949-1957
  8012 1947-1949
  8013 1951-1956: Army-Navy Football Tickets
451 8014 1956-1957: Army-Navy Football Tickets
  8015 1960-1964: Army-Navy Football Tickets
  8016 1959-1963: Army-Navy Football Tickets
  8017 1957-1963
  8018 1949-1964
    Travels
  8019 1950-1951: Panama Trip Christmas 1950
  8020 1950: President's Trip-Grand Coulee & 5th District
  8021 1949: Apple Blossom Trip West
452 8022 1949-1950: Mexico, West Coast, and District Trip
  8023 1949: Mexico, West Coast, and District Trip
  8024-8025 1949: Overseas Trip: Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt, Berlin
  8026 1948-1949: Summer Trip-Invitations, etc.
  8027 1947: Trip West
453 8028 1952: Columbia Basin Trip West
  8029 1952: Trip to London-attending wheat agreement conferences
  8030-8031 1951-1952: Trip West
  8032-8033 1951: Trip West
  8034 1951: Trip West, Mike's wedding
  8035-8036 1953: Trip to District
454 8037-8039 1953: Walt's OFAS Overseas Report
  8040-8041 1953: Trip to Europe
  8042 1955: Highway Dedication Trip
455 8043-8044 1955: Highway Dedication Trip (continued)
  8045 1955: Farm Forum Trip-Spokane
  8046-8047 1955: Florida Trip
  8048 1954: Hawaiian Trip, Joe Farrington's Funeral
  8049 1954: Trip to Florida, Week-end Dedication
  8050 1954: Trip to Florida
  8051-8052 1956: Agriculture, Grange Speech
  8053-8054 1956: Trip West, Chief Joe Dedication and Whitworth College
456 8055 1956: Farm Forum Trip
  8056-8058 1955: Trip to District
  8059 1955: Pacific Northwest Trip for dam dedications and observations
  8060 1958: Trip on Santa Rosa
  8061 1958: Trip West
  8062 1958-1959: Panama Trip
  8063-8065 1957: Trip West
457 8066 1957: American University-Beirut, Speech made to Lion's club
  8067 1957: Trip to New York, SS Matsonia
  8068 1957: Trip to Lancaster, PA, Franklin and Marshall College
  8069 1957: Farm Forum Trip to Spokane and Wenatchee
  8070 1957: Hawaii Trip
  8071 1961-1962: Trip West
  8072 1961: Trip West
  8073 1961: Trip to Dallas, TX, address NRECA Convention
  8074 1959-1960: Trip West
  8075 1959: Trip West
458 8076 1959: Saratoga Trip
  8077 1959: Lilac Festival Trip
  8078 1960: Trip to Far East
  8079 1959: Agriculture Appropriations Trip
  8080-8081 1960-1961: Miscellaneous Documents
  8082 1960: Miscellaneous Documents
  8083-8084 1960-1961: Trip around the world
  8085 1960: Trip around the world
459 8086 1960-1961: Mail about Overseas trip
  8087-8088 1960-1961: A view of the U.S. wheat industry for Japanese wheat mission
  8089 1961: Trip around the World Report
  8090 1962: Trip to New Haven, CT-observation of submarine base and Tullibee at Gorton, CT
  8091-8093 1963: District Trip, Gonzaga Honorary Degree, county commissioners meeting, speeches, etc.
460 8094 1962: Trip West and Return, SS Taft via Panama, L.A. to N.Y.
  8095 1963: Rocky Reach dedication
  8096 1963: Pictures of Eisenhower
  8097-8099 1964: Trip Home: Dedication of Forest Lab in Wenatchee, GOP Dinner, Spokane and Recreation conference
  8100 1963: Trip Home "Go Rally"
  8101 1964: Panama Trip following General Election
  8102 1964: Trip Home prior to Primary
  8103-8104 1964: Wenatchee Grange Diamond Jubilee, Walt's Address
    Newspaper Clippings
461 8105 Disabled Vets-Academy Appointments-Indian Claims
  8106 Aluminum-Metal-Fraser
  8107 Apples-GPG-Soft Fruit
  8108 Horan-Regan-Miscellaneous
  8109-8111 Miscellaneous
  8112-8113 1944: Trip Abroad
  8114 1944: Sally
  8115-8116 1944: May and July Trips
  8117 1944: Filing for Candidates-Political Friends
  8118 1944: Politics-Editorial
  8119-8120 Power-Ref. 2-Sweden of USA
462 8121 CVA
  8122 Mining Miscellaneous
  8123 Ford-OPD
  8124 Politics-Primary Vote 1944 and Misc
  8125 Politics-Voting Record
  8126 Unsorted 1
  8127 Unsorted 2
  8128 Unsorted 3
  8129 1946-1947: Pacific Press Bureau
  8130 Unsorted 4
  8131 Unsorted 5
463 8132 Unsorted 6
  8133 Unsorted 7
  8134 Unsorted 8
  8135 Unsorted 9
  8136 Unsorted 10
  8137 Unsorted 11
464 8138 Unsorted 12
  8139-8140 1946: Pacific Press Bureau
  8141 Unsorted 13
  8142 Unsorted 14
  8143 Unsorted 15
  8144 Unsorted 16
  8145 Unsorted 17
  8146 Unsorted 18
465 8147 Unsorted 19
  8148 Unsorted 20
  8149 Unsorted 21
  8150 Unsorted 22
  8151 Unsorted 23
  8152 Unsorted 24
  8153 Unsorted 25
466 8154 Unsorted 26
  8155 Unsorted 27
  8156 Unsorted 28
  8157 Unsorted 29
  8158 Unsorted 30
  8159 Unsorted 31
  8160 Unsorted 32
  8161 Unsorted 33
  8162 Unsorted 34
467 8163 Unsorted 35
  8164 Unsorted 36
  8165 Unsorted 37
  8166 Unsorted 38
  8167-8170 1963: Goldmark Suit (Binder)
    Photograph file
468 8171 Miscellaneous photos, Horan family
  8172 Events outside of Washington, D.C.
  8173 Miscellaneous
  8174 Constituent issues
  8175-8179 Washington, D.C. photographs of Horan with others, including colleagues, President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, Mrs. Horan, and visiting constituents
469 8180 Washington, D.C. photographs (continued)
  8181 Horan Publicity, Headshots
  8182 1945: Tour of Europe
  8183 Aircraft Photos
  8184 Public Speaking
  8185 Western Dams
  8186 Constituent Issues
  8187 Events outside Washington, D.C.
  8188 1950: Sesquicentennial Events
  8189 Constituents in Washington, D.C.
  8190-8191 Work on Capitol Hill and miscellaneous
  8192 Correspondence and miscellaneous
    Series 9: Extension 1, 1942-1951 (materials added to collection after initial processing)
    Personal Correspondence
470 8193-8194 1942
  8195 1943: General
  8196 1942-1944: Thank You Letters
  8197 1942-1943
  8198-8200 1942
    Outgoing Office Correspondence
471 8201 1942-1943: A-B
  8202 1942-1943: C-D
  8203 1942-1943: E-F
  8204 1942-1943: G-H
  8205 1942-1943: I-K
  8206 1942-1943: L-M
  8207 1942-1943: N-P
472 8208 1942-1943: R-S
  8209 1942-1943: T-Z
    District of Columbia
  8210 Juvenile Court, 1948-1949
  8211 National Guard Armory, 1948
  8212 1948-1949: Health
  8213 1948-1949: Recreation
  8214 1948-1949: Sales Tax
  8215 1948-1949: Police
  8216 1948-1949: Board of Trade
  8217 1948-1949: Alcoholic Clinic
  8218 1948-1949: Home Rule
  8219 1948-1949: Budget
473 8220 1948-1949: Budget
  8221-8222 1948-1949: Schools
  8223 1948-1949: Hospitals
  8224 1947-1949: Veterans Services Center
  8225 1948-1949: Vehicles and Traffic
  8226 1948-1949: Sanitary Engineering
  8227 1948-1949: Dept. of Construction
  8228-8229 1948-1949: Subcommittee Hearings
474 8230 1948-1949: Miscellaneous Correspondence
  8231 1945-1947: Miscellaneous Correspondence
  8232 1943-1945: Miscellaneous Correspondence
  8233 1947: Correspondence: Personal Letters
  8234 1947-1948: Correspondence: Personal Letters
  8235 1947: Walt's Formula Bill and Correspondence
    Legislation
475 8236 1948: D.C. Legislation
  8237-8239 1947: D.C. Legislation
  8240 1943: D.C. Legislation
  8241 1942: D.C. Legislation
  8242 1950-1951: Farm Policy Legislation
  8243 1949-1950: Farm Policy Legislation
476 8244-8246 1949: Farm Policy Legislation
  8247 1942-1946: Campaign materials
  8248 1942: Primary
  8249 1942-1943: Campaign materials
  8250-8252 Miscellaneous Campaign materials
477 8253 Unsorted Newspaper clippings
  8254 Grand Coulee Dam Stamps
    Series 10: Extension 2, 1943-1964 (materials added to collection after initial processing)
    Personal Correspondence
  8255 1943
  8256 1943-1946
  8257 1944
  8258-8260 1945
478 8261-8264 1946
  8265-8267 1947
479 8268 1947 (continued)
  8269-8273 1948
  8274 1949
480 8275-8277 1949 (continued)
  8278-8280 1950
481 8281-8284 1951-1952
  8285-8287 1953
482 8288-8290 1954
  8291-8293 1956
  8294 1958
483 8295-8298 1958 (continued)
  8299-8302 1959
484 8303 1959 (continued)
  8304-8306 1960
  8307-8308 1961
485 8309-8310 1961 (continued)
  8311-8315 1962
486 8316-8321 1963
  8322 1964
487 8323-8326 1964
    Personal invitations
  8327 1947
  8328 1946-1947
488 8329 1945-1946
  8330 1943-1945
  8331-8333 1948
  8334-8335 1949
489 8336 1949 (continued)
  8337-8339 1950
  8340-8342 1951-1952
490 8343-8344 1951-1952 (continued)
  8345-8347 1953
  8348 1954
491 8349-8350 1954 (continued)
  8351-8353 1955
  8354-8355 1958
492 8356-8357 1958 (continued)
  8358 1957-1958
  8359-8362 1959
493 8363 1958-1959
  8364-8367 1960
  8368-8369 1961
494 8370-8371 1961 (continued)
  8372-8375 1962
495 8376-8380 1963
  8381-8382 1964
496 8383-8385 1964 (continued)
    Family correspondence
  8386-8387 1949
  8388 1950
497 8389 1951
  8390-8391 1951-1952
  8392-8393 1953
  8394-8395 1955
498 8396 1956
  8397-8399 1957-1958
  8400-8401 1958
499 8402 1959-1960
  8403 1960
  8404 1961
  8405 1962
  8406-8407 1963
  8408 1964
    Personal Correspondence
500 8409 General (Includes some ephemera)
  8410-8411 General
  8412 Letters from friends
  8413 Miscellaneous
  8414 1947-1948: Sally Horan
  8415 Miscellaneous: "Very interesting"
  8416 Sally Horan
  8417 Lillian Siegler
  8418 1964: Letters when in hospital after the election
  8419 Consolation notes: Gammie (Mrs. Margaret Horan)
  8420 Christmas Letters
  8421 Mrs. Notewane
501 8422-8424 Walt's jokes and poems
  8425 Questions for speeches
  8426 Speeches
  8427 1946: Primary Campaign
  8428 Record of publication in papers
  8429 Men's Bible class
  8430-8432 Clyde Kelly Bible class correspondence
502 8433 Loose and unlabeled items
  8434 Scrapbook: honorary luncheon
  8435 Gridiron Dinner
  8436 1959: Sig Ep Lunch for Walter Rogers (Thursday May 21)
  8437 Burning Tree Country Club
  8438 Army Navy Club
  8439 Breakfast Club
  8440 Lion's Club Correspondence, etc
  8441 Schedule (1959)
  8442 1953: Capitol Hill Club
503 8443 1945: Overseas Trip
  8444 Pictures overseas trip
  8445 Income Tax check 1949, 1950, 1953 (Trip)
  8446 Personal-Germany-Cradle shipment
  8447 Royal Daulton Figurines
  8448 Automobile papers, gasoline rationing, etc
  8449 1953: Chevy Chase Parking
  8450-8452 Automobile papers
506 8453-8458 1945: European Trip (and maybe some 1953)
507 8459-8461 1945: European Trip (and maybe some 1953)
  8462-8464 1945: European Trip (and maybe some 1953)
  8465-8466 1945: European Trip
514 8467-8469 1964: Cards received in hospital
515 8470 Clippings and other material: photographs, correspondence
  8471 1948-1949: Clippings and other materials
  8472 1945-1949: Clippings and other materials
  8473 1940-1950: Clippings and other materials: invitations, correspondence, ephemera
  8474 1949-1958: Clippings and other materials: Invitation, Truman inauguration, clippings, miscellaneous ephemera
  8475 1949-1951: Clippings and other materials: Event programs and other ephemera, correspondence and clippings
  8476 1944-1947: Clippings and other materials: Correspondence, clippings, ephemera
  8477 1949-1950: Clippings and other materials
  8478 1945-1950: Clippings and other materials (continued)
  8479 Clippings and other materials: Photographs, fruit box labels (Horan bros. and others)
    Series 11: Oversize (location note: map case)
    Map, Okanogan County, WA. Printed map published by the Department of Highways, 1939. Enhanced with hand-colored markings indicating the following areas: National Forest Lands, Colville Indian Lands, Federal Power--Grand Coulee Dam, Omak Flight Strip, School Districts (removed from Folder 1893, Agriculture Adjustment Agency)