Series 60. LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1945-1975

26 boxes
16 subseries
Office file code: uncoded

Reports, printed documents, newspaper clippings, memoranda, correspondence and other records pertaining to reference material concerning legislation reviewed by Senatorial and Congressional committees. This series has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 84% of original materials has been retained.

Subseries:

Arranged topically and alphabetically.

  1. Legislative Reference Material (General), 1964-1975
  2. Judiciary Committee, 1951-1974
  3. Agriculture and Forestry Committee, 1956-1974
  4. Appropriations Committee, 1960-1974
  5. Armed Services Committee, 1961-1973
  6. Banking and Currency Committee, 1953-1974
  7. Commerce Committee, 1955-1974
  8. Finance Committee, 1958-1974
  9. Foreign Relations, 1945-1974
  10. Government Operations Committee, 1954-1974
  11. Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, 1954-1973
  12. Joint Economic Committee, 1962-1972
  13. Labor and Public Welfare Committee, 1955-1974
  14. Public Works Committee, 1970-1974
  15. Rules Committee, 1970-1973
  16. Arkansas-Related Material, 1950-1969

Subseries 1. Legislative Reference Material (General), 1964-1975.

0.5 box.
Office file code: uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, especially regarding National Aeronautics and Space Administration; District of Columbia Committee; and Post Office and Civil Service Committee.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. A negligible amount of original materials has been weeded.)


Subseries 2. Judiciary Committee, 1951-1974.

1.5 boxes.
Office file code: uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Judiciary Committee.

Correspondents include: Birch Evans Bayh, Jr. (2.12), David Capes (2.12), Bowie K. Kuhn (1.13), David Lambert (2.4, 2.10), Bruce Lindsey (1.15), Herbert L. Thomas (2.11).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 80% of original materials has been retained.)


Subseries 3. Agriculture and Forestry Committee, 1956-1974.

5 boxes.
Office file code: uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Agriculture and Forestry Committee, especially as it pertains to Arkansas agriculture.

Correspondents include: George Wildman Ball (6.8), Philip A. Briegleb (5.8), David Capes (6.4), Chauncey L. Denton, Jr. (4.7, 5.5), Norvill Jones (4.1, 6.5), David Lambert (5.5), Lloyd Meeks (6.7), Allen Nixon (3.4).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 80% of orginal material has been retained.)


Subseries 4. Appropriations Committee, 1960-1974.

1 box.
Office file code: uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Appropriations Committee.

Correspondents include: David Capes (8.12), James Ervin, Jr. (8.16, 8.17), David Lambert (8.3, 8.4), Norvill Jones (8.6), Lee Williams (8.3).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 80% of original materials has been retained.)


Subseries 5. Armed Services Committee, 1961-1973.

0.5 box.
Office file code: AS & uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Armed Services Committee.

Correspondents include: Revel V. Robinson (9.5).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 80% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 6. Banking and Currency Committee, 1953-1974.

2 boxes.
Office file code: B & C, uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Banking and Currency Committee.

Correspondents include: Arthur F. Mueller (10.1), Edward M. Penich (11.2), Herbert Rule (11.2).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 85% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 7. Commerce Committee, 1955-1974.

1 box.
Office file code: uncoded, Com C

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Commerce Committee.

Correspondents include: Daniel Pittinger Loomis (12.8).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 88% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 8. Finance Committee, 1958-1974.

4 boxes.
Office file code: uncoded, Finance, Fin

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Finance Committee.

Correspondents include: Charles A. Stewart (14.5), Lee Williams (16.5).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 52% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 9. Foreign Relations Committee, 1945-1974.

3.5 boxes.
Office file code: uncoded, FR

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Correspondents include: Erskine B. Childers (18.8), Marcel William Fodor (18.9), Pat M. Holt (16.12), Joseph Marion Jones (18.9), John Nuween (17.5), Charles Sylvanus Rhyne (16.11), Seth [Phillip] [Tillman] (16.12).

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 84% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 10. Operations Committee, 1954-1974.

0.5 box.
Office file code: uncoded, GO

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Government Operations Committee.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 83% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 11. Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, 1954-1973.

0.5 box.
Office file code: uncoded, IIA

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 73% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 12. Joint Economic Committee, 1962-1972.

0.5 box.
Office file code: uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Congressional Joint Economic Committee.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 98% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 13. Labor and Public Welfare Committee, 1955-1974.

3 boxes.
Office file code: uncoded, LPW

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 83% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 14. Public Works Committee, 1970-1974.

0.5 box.
Office file code: uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Public Works Committee.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 98% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 15. Rules Committee, 1970-1973.

0.5 box.
Office file code: uncoded, RC

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation reviewed by Senate Rules Committee.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 98% of original material has been retained.)


Subseries 16. Arkansas-Related Material, 1950-1969.

2 boxes.
Office file code: uncoded

Records pertain to research material concerning legislation relating to Arkansas, particularly industry, economic growth, and politics.

(This subseries has been weeded to retain only historically significant material. Approximately 99% of original material has been retained.)


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