Series 89. JWF - INTRODUCED BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS AND CONGRESSIONAL VOTING RECORD

Boxes 1-150

Correspondence; memoranda; notes; statements; reports; legislative records such as bills, drafts of bills, amendments, and resolutions; lists; speeches; printed material; and press clippings relating to the legislation introduced by Senator Fulbright in United States House of Representatives and Senate from 1943 through 1974.

The material is arranged chronologically, according to Congress, Session, and dates of introduced legislation.

Subseries:

  1. Synopses and Printed Bills
  2. Introduced Bills and Resolutions
  3. Congressional Voting Record

Subseries 1. Synopses and Printed Bills

Box 1 A

  1. Chronological Lists, 79th-86th Congresses [1945-1960]

Subject Lists

  1. Agriculture, 79th-87th Congresses
  2. Armed Services and Veterans, 79th-82nd Congresses
  3. Business, Finance, and Commerce, 79th 88th Congresses
  4. Foreign Relations, 79th-87th Congresses
  5. General Government, 79th-84th Congresses
  6. Labor, 79th-80th Congresses
  7. Miscellaneous Subjects, 80th-83rd Congresses
  8. National Defense, 79th- 82nd Congresses
  9. Private Bills, 79th-84th Congresses
  10. Resource Development and Conservation, 85th-87th Congresses
  11. Social Welfare, 79th-87th Congresses

Printed Bills

  1. 79th Congress
  2. 81st Congress
  3. 82nd Congress
  4. 83rd Congress
  5. 84th Congress
  6. 86th Congress (1 of 2)

Box 1B

  1. 86th Congress (2 of 2)
  2. 90th Congress
  3. 91st Congress
  4. 92nd Congress
  5. 93rd Congress 1st Session
  6. 93rd Congress 2nd Session

Box 2 Card File—Synopses of Bills, 87th-93rd Congresses [1961-1974]—By Senate Committees

  1. Agriculture
  2. Appropriations
  3. Armed Services
  4. Banking and Currency
  5. Commerce
  6. District of Columbia
  7. Finance
  8. Foreign Relations (1 of 2)
  9. Foreign Relations (2 of 2)

Box 3 Card File—Synopses of Bills, 87th-93rd Congresses [1961-1974]

  1. Government Operations
  2. Interior
  3. Judiciary
  4. Labor and Public Welfare
  5. Post Office and Civil Service
  6. Public Works
  7. Rules and Administration
  8. Resolutions (Not Referred to Committees)
  9. Veterans

Other Synopses of Bills

  1. Aero-space, 93rd Congress
  2. Joint Committee on Organization of Congress, 90th Congress
  3. Veterans, 92nd-93rd Congresses

Subseries 2. J. William Fulbright —Introduced bills and resolutions

Records pertaining to the legislation introduced or sponsored by J. William Fulbright from 1943 to 1974.

Box 4

  1. H. Res. 128/February 19, 1943 [Authorizing a study and investigation of proposed methods to maintain peace after the present war]; see also Box 4:3-5
  2. Hearing before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate, 78th Congress, 1st Session, on S. 702, Part 1, March 30, 1943 (concerning scientific and technical mobilization)
  3. H. Res. 200/April 5, 1943 [Declaring the sense of the House with respect to participation by the United States in the prevention of future aggression and the maintenance of peace ](Fulbright Resolution); see also Box 4:1, 4-5
  4. H. Con. Res. 24/June 9, 1943 [Declaring the sense of the Congress with respect to participation by the United States in the prevention of future aggression and the maintenance of peace] (Fulbright Resolution); see also Box 4:1, 3, 5
  5. H. Con. Res. 25/September 24, 1943; see also Box 4:1, 3-4
  6. H. J. Res. 238/February 18, 1944 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to the making of treaties;] see also Box 5:3
  7. Hearings and reports concerning H. J. Res. 238 and H. J. Res. 320; see also Box 4:6
  8. Con. Res. 97/September 7, 1944 [Favoring world freedom of information and of communications]; Part I
  9. H. Con. Res. 97/September 7, 1944. Part II

Box 5

  1. S. Res. 7/January 6, 1945 [Amending rule X of the Standing Rules of the Senate]
  2. S. 178/January 10, 1945 [To amend section 40 of the United States Employees Compensation Act, as amended]
  3. S. J. Res. 14/January 15, 1945 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to the making of treaties]; see also Box 4:6
  4. S. 563/February 19, 1945 [Declaring to be citizens of the United States certain spouses of the United States citizens serving honorably in the armed forces during the Second World War]
  5. S. 684/March 6, 1945 [For the relief of Ida M. Raney]
  6. H. R. 433/March 6, 1945 [To grant a non-quota status to certain alien veterans and their wives]
  7. S. 636, S. 705/March 7, 1945 [Providing for the removal of certain restrictions on financial transactions with foreign governments in default on obligations to the United States]

Box 6

  1. S. 704/March 7, 1945 [To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to continue administration of and ultimately liquidate Federal rural rehabilitation projects, and for other purposes]
  2. S 714 (Report No. 421)/March 8, June 27, 1945 [To amend the Act entitled "An Act to provide compensation for employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties, and for other purposes," as amended]; see also Box 8:1; Box 16:3
  3. S. 719/March 12, 1945 [For the relief of Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Braff, Sr.]
  4. S 816/April 2, 1945 [Authorizing appointments to the United States Military Academy and United States Naval Academy of sons of persons who were killed in action or have died of wounds or injuries received, or diseases contracted, while serving in the armed forces of the United States during World War I or World War II]
  5. S. Con. Res. 13/April 11, 1945 [Providing that unemployed veterans should receive preferential consideration by private employers when qualified]; see also Box 18:7; Box 19:3
  6. S. Res. 122/April 30, 1945 [Relative to participation by the Government of the United States in the organization by the nations of the world of an International Office of Education]
  7. S. 1065/May 28, 1945 [To increase the salaries of directors of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation from $10,000 to $12,500 per annum]
  8. S. 1110/June 6, 1945 [For the relief of Edward C. Ellenbrook]
  9. S. 1111/June 6, 1945 [For the relief of Marvin C. Murrell]
  10. S. 1161 (Report No. 1208)/June 18, 1945; April 18, 1946 [Authorizing the conveyance of all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to certain space in the Jackson, Mississippi, City Hall

Box 7

  1. S. 1248/July 9, 1945 [To establish a Bureau of Scientific Research, and for other purposes]; see also Box 9:1-2;Box 10:3-5; Box 15:4; Box 16:1; Box 25:1; Box 29:2. Part I
  2. S. 1248/July 9, 1945. Part II
  3. S. 1248/July 9, 1945. Part III

Box 8

  1. S. 1325/July 28, 1945 [To amend the act entitled "An Act to provide compensation for employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties, and for other purposes," as amended]; see also Box 16:3
  2. H. R. 2677 (Report No. 1209)/October 3, 1945; April 18, 1946 [To authorize the Federal Works Administrator to accept and dispose of real estate devised to the United States by the late Maggie Johnson of Polk County, Arkansas]
  3. S. 1522/November 2, 1945 [To grant to enlisted personnel of the armed forced certain benefits in lieu of accumulated leave]
  4. S. 1612/November 20, 1945 [To amend the Act of January 22, 1932, as amended (46 Stat. 5), to authorize and direct the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to purchase aluminum for stock-piling purposes]
  5. S. Res. 196/November 28, 1945 [Proposing acceptance of compulsory jurisdiction of International Court of Justice by United States Government]
  6. S. 1636/November 30, 1945 [To amend the Surplus Property Act of 1944 to designate the Department of State as the disposal agency for surplus property outside the continental United States, its territories, and possession, and for other purposes ] (Fulbright Act - Public Law 584); see also Box 11:1

Box 9

  1. S. 1248 (Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute/December 19, 1945) [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (S. 1248) to establish a Bureau of Scientific Research, and for other purposes]; see also Box 7:1-3; Box 9:2; Box 10:3-5; Box 15:4; Box 16:1; Box 25:1; Box 29:2]
  2. S. 1720/December 21, 1945 [To promote the progress of science and the useful arts, to secure the national defense, to advance the national health and welfare, and for other purposes]; see also Box 7:1-3; Box 9:1; Box 10:3-5; Box 15:4; Box 16:1; Box 25:1; Box 29:2

Box 10

  1. S. J. Res. 131/January 17, 1946 [Clarifying the Surplus Property Act in regard to sale of defense housing for veterans]
  2. S. 1836/February 15, 1946 [To provide for an annual National Small Industries Fair, and for other purposes]
  3. S. 1850/February 21, 1946 [To promote the progress of science and the useful arts, to secure the national defense, to advance the national health and welfare, and for other purposes]; see also Box 7:1-3; Box 9:1-2; Box 10:4-5; Box 15:4; Box 16:1; Box 25:1; Box 29:2. Part I
  4. S. 1850/February 21, 1946 (S. 1248/January 18, 1946, with S. 1248 of July 1945). Part II
  5. S. 1850/February 21, 1946. Part III
  6. S. 1930/March 14, 1946 [To provide for the expeditious naturalization of former citizens of the United States who have lost United States citizenship through voting in a political election in a country not at War with the United States during the Second World War]
  7. H. R. 5407 (Report No. 1180/March 19, April 17, 1946 [To grant to the Federal Works Administrator certain powers with respect to site acquisition, building construction, purchase of buildings, and other matters]
  8. S. Res. 255/April 10, 1946 [Favoring adoption of the provisions contained in report of the State Department on atomic energy]

Box 11

  1. S. 1636/April 15, 1946 [To amend the Surplus Property Act of 1944 to designate the Department of State as the disposed agency for surplus property outside the continental United States, its territories and possessions, and for other purposes ] (Fulbright Act, Public law 584); see also Box 8:6
  2. S. 2070/April 15, 1946 [To authorize the Federal Security Administrator to assist the states in the development of community recreation programs for the people of the United States, and for other purposes]
  3. S. 2079/April 18, 1946 [To amend the act of July 1, 1944, relating to contract settlement (operators' mining claims)]
  4. S. 2220/May 21, 1946 [To authorize the United States Park Police to make arrests within Federal reservations in the environs of the District of Columbia]
  5. S. Res. 274/May 29, 1946 [Making in order a motion to limit debate on pending question]
  6. S. J. Res. 100 and S. J. Res. 166/June 12, 1946 [To amend section 3126 of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 2144 (Amendment/S. 2477)/July 24, 1946 [To authorize the Veterans' Administration to reimburse State and local agencies for expenses incurred in rendering services in connection with the administration of certain training programs for veterans, and for other purposes]
  8. H. R. 7037 (Amendment)/July 26, 1946 (with S. 1653/Dec. 4, 1945) [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (H. R. 7037) to amend the Social Security Act and the Internal Revenue Code, and for other purposes (Social Security Act amendment of 1946)] Part I

Box 12

  1. H. R. 7037 (Amendment)/July 26, 1946 (with S. 1653/Dec. 4, 1945). Part II
  2. S. 2503/Aug. 1, 1946 [To create an executive department of the Government to be known as the Department of Health, Education, and Security]; see also Box 12:4; Box 13:2-3]
  3. Private Bills - 79th Congress, 1945-1946. Part I
  4. Correspondence [79th Congress, 1946-1948, S. 140 and Others]; see also Box 12:2; Box 13:2-3. Part II
  5. Proposed Bills for Filing/79th Congress

Box 13

  1. S. 139/January 10, 1947 [To provide for the holding of special elections to fill vacancies caused by removal, death, resignation, or inability of both the President and the Vice President]; see also Box 55:1
  2. S. 140/January 10, 1947 [To create an executive department of the Government to be known as the Department of Health, Education, and Security]; see also Box 12:2,4; Box 13:3. Part I
  3. S. 140/January 10, 1947. Part II
  4. S. J. Res. 29/January 15, 1947 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to the election and terms of office of President, Vice President, and Members of Congress]; see also Box 19:1; Box 35:6; Box 49:6; Box 65:6; Box 106:18

Box 14

  1. S. 299/January 20, 1947 [To extend the reclamations to the State of Arkansas]. Part I
  2. S. 299/January 20, 1947. Part II
  3. S. J. Res. 57/February 5, 1947 [To provide for recognition of the State of Arkansas as a community property state for Federal income tax purposes]. Part I
  4. S. J. Res. 57/February 5, 1947. Part II
  5. S. J. Res. 57/February 5, 1947. Part III

Box 15

  1. S. J. Res. 57/February 5, 1947. Part IV
  2. S. 493/February 5, 1947 [To provide for the coordination of agencies disseminating technological and scientific information and for the more efficient and orderly administration of a program to make the discoveries of engineers, inventors, scientists, and technicians more readily available to American industry and business, and for other purposes]. Part I
  3. S. 493/February 5, 1947. Part II
  4. S. 526/February 7, 1947 [To promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense; and for other purposes (National Science Foundation)]; see also Box 7:1-3; Box 9:1-2; Box 10:3-5; Box 16:1; Box 25:1; Box 29:2. Part I

Box 16

  1. S. 526/February 7, 1947. Part II
  2. S. 936/March 19, 1947 [For the relief of Burnett A. Pyle]
  3. S. 953/March 20, 1947 [To amend the Act entitled "An Act to provide compensation for employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties, and for other purposes," as amended]; see also Box 6:2; Box 8:1
  4. S. Con. Res. 10/March 21, 1947 [Declaring the sense of Congress as favoring a United States of Europe]; see also Box 16:5-6; Box 17:1-4; Box 29:4-5; Box 30:1; Box 36:8. Part I
  5. S. Con. Res. 10/March 21, 1947. Part II
  6. S. Con. Res. 10/March 21, 1947. Part III

Box 17

  1. S. Con. Res. 10/March 21, 1947. Part IV
  2. S. Con. Res. 10/March 21, 1947. Part V
  3. May 8, 1947 - Letters to Peace Organizations Concerning S. Con. Res. 10. Part VI
  4. S. Con. Res. 10/March 21, 1947, News Stories. Part VII
  5. S. 997/March 28, 1947 [To authorize the unconditional grant of all interest of the United States in certain school buildings and temporary housing to educational institutions without consideration]

Box 18

  1. S. 1017 (Report No. 860)/April 1, April 3, 1947 [Providing for the temporary continuation of rent control, transferring rent control to the Housing Expediter, providing for the creation of local advisory boards on rent control, and for other purposes (Rent Control Act of 1947)]; see also Box 37;:5, 8-9; Box 42:12; Box 44:10; Box 54:8; Box 62:7, Box 74, 1, 12; Box 75:21; Box 88:3; Box 100:6; Box 106:607; Box 107:3-4; Box 126:4
  2. H. R. 1 (Amendment)/May 1, 1947 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (H. R. 1) to reduce individual income tax payments]; see also Box 24:2, 5-6; Box 103:13; Box 104:7; Box 112:9-11
  3. S. 1290/May 15, 1947 [To provide for the general welfare by enabling the several States to make more adequate provision of the health services for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of physical and mental defects and conditions]
  4. S. 1314/May 19, 1947 [Providing for the taking over by the United States Government of the Confederate cemetery at Fayetteville, Arkansas]; see also Box 30:6; Box 35:4
  5. S. 1471/June 18, 1947 [For the relief of H. H. Parrot]
  6. S. 1515 (Report No. 9590)/July 8, July 16, 1947 [To make surplus property available for the alleviation of damage caused by flood or other catastrophe]
  7. S. 1652/July 17, 1947 [To promote maximum employment, business opportunities, and careers for veterans in a free competitive economy]; see also Box 6:5; Box 29:32

Box 19

  1. S. J. Res. 166/December 15, 1947 [To provide that any future payments by the Republic of Finland on the principal or interest of its debt of the First World War to the United States shall be used to provide educational and technical instruction and training in the United States for citizens of Finland]; see also Box 26:5
  2. S. 1907/December 18, 1947 [Repealing certain provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, relating to the tax on oleomargarine, and for other purposes]; see also box 19:3-4; Box 20:1-5; Box 21:1-4; Box 22:1-4; Box 23:1; Box 26:6; Box 27:1-5; Box 28:1-3. Part I
  3. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part II
  4. S. 1907 - Speeches, Hearings, etc. Part III

Box 20

  1. S. 1907 - Correspondence. Part IV
  2. S. 1907 - Correspondence. Part V
  3. S. 1907 - Correspondence. Part VI
  4. S. 1907 - Correspondence. Part VII
  5. S. 1907 - Correspondence. Part VIII

Box 21

  1. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part IX
  2. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part X
  3. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part XI
  4. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part XII

Box 22

  1. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part XIII
  2. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part XIV
  3. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part XV
  4. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part XVI

Box 23

  1. S. 1907/December 18, 1947. Part XVII
  2. 80th Congress, 1st Session [1946—1948]
  3. Bills, Hearings, etc. [1946—1949]
  4. Bills for Filing—1947/Pending Legislative Proposals [1945-1946]

Box 24

  1. Legislative Material - 1947 - 80th Congress
  2. H. R. 4790 (Amendment)/February 3, 1948 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (H. R. 4790) reducing individual income tax payments]; see also Box 18:2; Box 24:5-6; Box 103:13; Box 104:7; Box 112:9-11
  3. S. 2163/February 13, 1948 [Authorizing the acquisition of a site and the construction thereon of a public building in Hot Springs, Arkansas]
  4. S. J. Res. 191/February 25, 1948 [Giving the consent of Congress to the compact on regional education entered into between the Southern States at Tallahassee, Florida, on February 8, 1948]
  5. H. R. 4790 (Amendment)/February 27, 1948 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (H. R. 4790) to reduce individual income tax payments, and for other purposes]; see also Box 18:2; Box 24:2,6; Box 103:13; Box 104:7; Box 112:9-11. Part I
  6. H. R. 4790 (Amendment)/February 27, 1948 S. 2202 (Amendment)/March 1, 1948 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (S. 2202) to promote the general welfare, national interest, and foreign policy of the United States through necessary economic and financial assistance to foreign countries which undertake to cooperate with each other in the establishment and maintenance of economic conditions essential to a peaceful and prosperous world]; see also Box 73:12; Box 75:6; Box 78:14; Box 81:4,6,9-10; Box 83:6; Box 84:5-6; Box 86:3, 6,7-8; Box 87:15-17; Box 88:1; Box 93:10; Box 95:15; Box 96:1; Box 110:4-5; Box 111:6; Box 112:7-8; Box 113:12; Box 114:4; Box 115:17, Box 117:15; Box 118:1; Box 121:1,4; Box 122:7; Box 124:4. Part II
  7. S. 2202/March 1, 1948 [To promote the general welfare, national interest, and foreign policy of the United States through necessary economic and financial assistance to foreign countries which undertake the cooperate with each other in the establishment and maintenance of economic conditions essential to a peaceful and prosperous world]

Box 25

  1. S. 2385/March 25, 1948 [To promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense; and for other purposes (National Science Foundation Act of 1948)]; see also Box 7:1-3; Box 9:1-2; Box 10:3-5; Box 15:4; Box 16:1, Box 29:2
  2. S. 2439/April 2, 1948 [To provide for the temporary retention in the United States of certain German paintings] Part I
  3. S. 2439/April 2, 1948. Part II
  4. S. 2439/April 2, 1948. Part III
  5. S. 2439/April 2, 1948. Part IV

Box 26

  1. H. R. 5040 (Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute)/May 17, 1948 [Intended to be proposed by ... to the bill (H. R. 5040) to amend the Contract Settlement Act of 1944, to provide that claims under section 17 must be filed within six months to be allowable, to stop further accrual of such claims, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 2753/May 26, 1948 [To authorize the Federal Works Administrator to provide emergency aid and coordinate the activities of Federal agencies in disaster areas, and for other purposes]
  3. S. 2849/June 10, 1948 [To authorize the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to convey a certain tract of land in the State of Arkansas to Washington County, Arkansas]; see also Box 73:3; Box 76:9
  4. S. J. Res. 3/January 5, 1949 [To provide that any future payments by the Republic of Finland on the principal or interest of its debt of the First World War to the United States shall be used to provide educational and technical instruction and training in the United States for citizens of Finland and American books and technical equipment for institutions of higher education in Finland]; see also Box 19:1
  5. S. 117; January 5, 1949 [To repeal the tax on oleomargarine, to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act so as to complete the requirements for the positive identification of yellow oleomargarine, and for other purposes; see also Box 19:2-4; Box 20:1-6; Box 21:1-5; Box 22:1-4; Box 23:1; Box 27:1-5; Box 28:1-3]; Part I

Box 27

  1. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part II
  2. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part III
  3. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part IV
  4. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part V
  5. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part VI

Box 28

  1. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part VII
  2. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part VIII
  3. S. 117/January 5, 1949. Part IX
  4. S. 211/January 5, 1949 [To amend the Act entitled "An Act to create the Inland Waterways Corporation for the purpose of carrying out the mandate and purpose of Congress as expressed in sections 201 and 500 of the Transportation Act, and for other purposes," approved June 3, 1924, as amended]

Box 29

  1. S. J. Res. 2/January 5, 1949 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the election of President and Vice President]; see also Box 13:4; Box 35:6; Box 49:6; Box 65:6; Box 106:18
  2. S. 247/January 6, 1949 [To promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense; and for other purposes (National Science Foundation)]; see also Box 7:1-3; Box 9:1-2; Box 10:3-5; Box 15:4; Box 16:1; Box 25:1
  3. S. 529/January 17, January 31, 1949 [To promote maximum employment business opportunities, and careers in a free competitive economy (Veterans' Economic Development Corporation Act of 1949)]; see also Box 6:5; Box 18:7
  4. S. Con. Res. 12/January 31, 1949 [Favoring the political federation of Europe]; see also Box 16:4-6; Box 17:1-6; Box 29:5; Box 30:1; Box 36:8. Part I
  5. S. Con. Res. 12/January 31, 1949. Part II

Box 30

  1. S. Con. Res. 12/January 31, 1949. Part III
  2. S. Res. 83/March 9, 1949 [Favoring the use of certain merchant vessels for temporary transoceanic passenger service]
  3. S. 1537/April 8, 1949 [To establish a Tax Settlement Board]
  4. S. 1576/April 3, 1949 [To establish the United States Study Commission on the Arkansas - White and Red River Basins]
  5. S. 1579/April 14, 1949 [Authorizing the development and administration of a program for construction of county agricultural buildings]; see also Box 51:9; Box 63:1; Box 72:4
  6. S. 1662/April 21, 1949 [Authorizing the conveyance to the United States of the Confederate cemetery at Fayetteville, Arkansas, and providing for its care and maintenance]; see also Box 18:4; Box 35:4
  7. S. 1850/May 13, 1949 [To authorize the conveyance to the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, for public purposes, of certain Federal property known as Whittington Park and for other purposes]

Box 31

  1. S. 1871/May 16, 1949 [To amend the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act to prohibit the employment of certain personnel of the corporation by organizations receiving loans or other financial assistance therefore]; see also Box 33;2; Box 34:10; Box 35:1
  2. S. 1962/May 27, 1949 [To amend the cotton marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 41:8-9; Box 42:1-3, 14-15; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2=3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  3. S. J. Res. 108 (Report No. 498)/June 13, 1949 [To reduce expenditures in government for the fiscal year 1950 consistent with the public interest]
  4. S. Con. Res. 57/July 26, 1949 [Inviting the democracies which sponsored the North Atlantic Treaty to name delegates to a federal convention]; see also Box 34:8-9
  5. S. 2342/July 28, 1949 [To discharge a fiduciary obligation to Iran]

Box 32

  1. S. Res. 147/July 29, 1949 [Disapproving Reorganization Plan Numbered 1 of 1949 (Providing for a Department of Welfare)] Part I
  2. S. Res. 147/July 29, 1949. Part II
  3. S. Res. 147/July 29, 1949. Part III
  4. S. Res. 147/July 29, 1949. Part IV
  5. S. Res. 147/July 29, 1949. Part V
  6. S. Res. 147/July 29, 1949. Part VI
  7. S. 2409/August 8, 1949 [Relating to the disposition of moneys received from the national forests]

Box 33

  1. S. 2419/August 10, 1949 [To amend section 5 of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act, as amended, to provide a definition of the term "age" as used in the labeling and advertising of whiskey]; see also Box 76:4; Box 77:8-11; Box 92:14; Box 93:1-2
  2. S. 2472/August 23, 1949 [To amend the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 31:1; Box 34:10; Box 35:1
  3. S. 2868/January 17, 1950 [To incorporate the Future Farmers of America, and for other purposes]
  4. S. Res. 219/January 24, 1950 [To investigate the operation of the Reconstruction]
  5. S. 3028/February 14, 1950 [For the relief of John H. Parker]
  6. S. 3168/March 2, 1950 [To amend section 131 of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for the reference of certain private relief measures to the Court of Claims for recommendation as to the quantum of relief to be granted]
  7. H. R. 4567/Amendments/March 3, 1950 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (H. R. 4567 ) to amend the Displaced Persons Act of 1948].
  8. S. 3101 (Amendments)/March 6, 1950 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (S. 3101) to amend the Economic Cooperation Act of 1948, as amended].
  9. S. Res. 241/March 17, 1950 [Relating to the proposed reorganization of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company]
  10. S. Res. 243/March 22, 1950 [Favoring an increased educational program by the United States in combating communism in foreign countries (expanding the international information and education program)]
  11. S. Res. 279/May 19, 1950 [Extending the authority for a study of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and its subsidiaries]; see also Box 33:4; Box 34:2,7
  12. S. Res. 290/June 1, 1950 [Disapproving Reorganization Plan Numbered 24 of 1950 (transferring the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to the Department of Commerce)]

Box 34

  1. S. Con. Res. 94/June 6, 1950 [Favoring a reduction of armaments]; see also Box 39:5,7
  2. S. Res. 307 (Report No. 2035)/July 10, July 13, 1950 [Containing the authority for a study of the operations of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and increasing the limit of expenditures therefor]; see also Box 33:4,11; Box 34:6
  3. S. 106/January 8, 1951 [To amend the Act entitled "An Act to regulate the practice of optometry in the District of Columbia"]
  4. S. J. Res. 12/January 11, 1951 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, relating to the qualifications of electors]; see also Box 34:6; Box 42:8. Part I
  5. Reintroduction of S. J. Res. 12/Relating to the Qualifications of Electors. Part II
  6. S. Res. 17/January 11, 1951 [Continuing the authority for a study of the operations of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and its subsidiaries]; see also Box 33:4,11; Box 34:2
  7. S. Con. Res. 4/January 15, 1951 [Inviting the democracies which sponsored the North Atlantic Treaty to name delegates to a federal convention]; see also Box 31:4; Box 34:9
  8. S. 514/January 16, 1951 [To amend the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended, to provide for the elimination of the Board of Directors, and to vest the management of the Corporation in a governor]; see also Box 31:1; Box 33:2; Box 35:1

Box 35

  1. S. 515/January 16, 1951 [To amend the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act]; see also Box 31:1; Box 33:2 Box 34:8
  2. S. 626/January 23, 1951 [For the relief of Polly Anne Caldwell]
  3. S. Con. Res. 11/February 8, 1951 [Reaffirming the friendship of the American people for all peoples of the world, including the people of the Soviet Union]
  4. S. 899/February 19, 1951 [Authorizing the conveyance to the United States of the Confederate cemetery at Fayetteville, Arkansas, and providing for its care and maintenance]; see also Box 18:4; Box 30:6
  5. S. J. Res. 45/March 6, 1951 [To vest in the duly constituted authorities of the Federal Reserve System the primary power and responsibility, and cost of credit in general]
  6. S. J. Res. 52/March 15, 1951 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the election of President and Vice President]; see also Box 13:4; Box 29:1; Box 49:6; Box 65:6; Box 106:18
  7. S. Con. Res. 21/March 28, 1951 [Establishing the Commission on Ethics in the Federal Government]; see also Box 36:4
  8. S. 1303/April 11, 1951 [To provide for the method of appointing postmasters at Texarkana, Arkansas—Texas]
  9. S. J. Res. 20 (Amendment)/June 7, 1951 [Intended to be proposed by...to the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 20) to provide for the continuation of operations under certain mineral leases issued by the respective States covering submerged lands of the Continental Shelf, to encourage the continued development of such leases, to provide for the protection of the interests of the United States in the oil and gas deposits of said lands, and for other purposes (oil for education amendment)]; see also; Box 29:6; Box 38:1 Box 40:1,14; Box 42:9
  10. S. 1397/June 14, 1951 [Intended to be proposed by...to the bill (S. 1397) to amend the Defense Production Act of 1950, and for other purposes]; see also Box 37:5-6,9; Box 44:10; Box 49:3; Box 58:7; Box 106:8]

Box 36

  1. Resolution Expressing Sympathy for the Korean Refugees/Cosponsored by Senator Fulbright and Senator Bennett, 6/23/51
  2. S. 2083/August 30, 1951 [To amend the Navy ration statute so as to provide for the serving of oleomargarine or margarine]; see also Box 67:6-7; Box 73:2
  3. S. 2134/September 17, 1951 [To authorize and request the President to promote certain naval officers, and for other purposes]
  4. S. J. Res. 107 (Report No. 933)/October 9, 1951 [To establish a Commission on Ethics in Government]; see also Box 35:7; Box 36:5
  5. S. 2269/October 12, 1951 [to create a Commission to Study Relations Between the United States and Other North Atlantic Nations]
  6. H. R. 5745/October 16, 1951 [To permit the Federal National Mortgage Association to make commitments to purchase certain mortgages (veterans' cooperative housing mortgages)]; see also Box 48:3
  7. S. Re. 269/January 31, 1952 [Expressing interest in the creation of a federation of Europe]; see also Box 16:4-6; Box 17:1-6; Box 29:4-5; Box 30:1

Box 37

  1. S. 2644/February 11, 1952 [To provide for the development of a Mississippi River National Parkway, and for other purposes]
  2. S. J. Res. 140/March 13, 1952 [To permit the Federal National Mortgage Association to make commitments to purchase certain mortgages (mortgages on defense housing and military housing)]; see also Box 36:6; Box 48:3
  3. S. 2888/March 18, 1952 [For the relief of George Ban McClelland]; see also Box 39:8
  4. Smith—Fulbright Amendment to H. R. 7289/April 7, 1952 [Department of State, Justice, Commerce, and Judiciary Appropriation Bill, 1953 (concerning international educational exchange)]
  5. S. 2594 (Amendment)/April 2,1 1952 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (S. 2594) to extend the provisions of the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended, and the Housing and Rent Act of 1947, as amended]; see also Box 35:10; box 37:6,9; Box 44:10; Box 49:3; Box 58:7; Box 106:8; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing. Part I
  6. S. 2594/April 21, 1952. Part II
  7. Proposed Amendment to the Mutual Security Act of 1951/April 23, 1952; see also Box 55:2; Box 65:5; Box 66:3; Box 69:5
  8. S. 3066/May 5-6, 1952 [To amend defense housing laws and for other purposes (Housing Act of 1952)]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  9. S. 2594 (Amendment)/June 3, 1952 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (S. 2594) to extend the provisions of the Defense Production Act of 1950 as amended]; see also Box 25:10; Box 37:5-6; Box 44:10; Box 49:3; Box 58:7; Box 106:8; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  10. Special Triska Bill/June 10, 1952

Box 38

  1. S. J. Res. 13 (Report No. 133)/January 9, March 27, 1953 [To confirm and establish the titles of the States to lands beneath navigable waters within State boundaries and to the natural resources within such lands and waters, and to provide for the use and control of said lands and resources (Hill Amendment)]; see also Box 35:9; Box 39:6; Box 40:1,14; Box 42:9]
  2. S. 705/January 29, 1953 [For the relief of Anna Lenz]
  3. S. 706/January 29, 1953 [For the relief of Charlotte Witzeling Robinson]
  4. S. Res. 58/January 29, 1953 [To amend rule X of the Standing Rules so as to permit weekly appearances of departmental and agency heads in the Senate to answer questions of Senators]
  5. Proposed Naming of V. A. Hospital in Little Rock after Arkansas' First Korean Fatality [February 3, 1953]
  6. S. 789/February 6, 1953 [To extend the provisions of the Act of August 28, 1937, relating to the conservation of water resources in the arid and semi arid areas of the United States, to the State of Arkansas (Water Facilities Act, Pope-Jones Act)]; see also Box 39:3-4; Box 40:10
  7. S. 833/February 6, 1953 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for more effective evaluation of the fiscal requirements of the executive agencies of the Government of the United States]; see also Box 54:1; Box 71:9; Box 77:7; Box 81:22; Box 90:4

Box 39

  1. S. 848/February 10, 1953 [To prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes (Federal Construction Contract Act)]; see also Box 43:8-9; Box 55:4-5
  2. S. J. Res. 56/March 11, 1953 [To provide for the creation of an International Food Reserve]
  3. S. 1603/April 9, 1953 [To make provisions of the Act of August 28, 1937, relating to the conservation of water resources in the arid and semiarid areas of the United States]; see also Box 38:6; Box 39:4; Box 40:10. Part I
  4. S. 1603/April 9, 1953 [Part II]
  5. S. Con. Res. 27/May 1, 1953 [Favoring a reduction of armaments and the extension of economic aid to war-ravaged countries]; see also Box 34:1; Box 39:7
  6. S. 1901 (Amendment)/May 18, 1953 [Intended to be proposed by ...to the bill (S. 1901) to provide for the jurisdiction of the United States over the submerged lands of the outer Continental Shelf, and to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to lease such lands for certain purposes]; see also Box 35:9; Box 38:1; Box 40:1, 14; Box 42:9
  7. S. Con. Res. 32/June 3, 1953 [Favoring universal disarmament]; see also Box 34:1; Box 39:5
  8. S. 2143/June 16, 1953 [For the relief of George Ban McClelland]; see also Box 37:3

Box 40

  1. S. 1901 (Amendments)/June 22, 1953 [Intended to be proposed by...to the bill (S. 1901) to provide for the jurisdiction of the United States over the submerged lands of the outer Continental Shelf, and to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to lease such lands for certain purposes]; see also Box 35:9; Box 38:1; Box 39:6; Box 40:14; Box 42:9
  2. S. J. Res. 96/June 30, 1953 [To strengthen the foreign relations of the United States by establishing a Commission on International Telecommunications]
  3. S. 2267 (Report No. 501)/July 1, July 7, 1953 [To provide for additional emergency assistance to farmers and stockmen, and for other purposes]
  4. S. 2397/July 15, 1953 [For the relief of Paul Ami Gaeng]
  5. H. R. 6200 (Amendment)/July 28, 1953 [Making supplemental appropriations of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1954, and for other purposes]
  6. H. J. Res. 328/January 6, 1954 [To establish a Joint Committee on Internal Security]
  7. S. 2779/January 20, 1954 [To provide for Federal financial assistance to the States in the construction of public elementary and secondary school facilities, and for other purposes]; see also Box 41:4-5; Box 42:6; Box 47:7-8; Box 48:1, Box 71:12; Box 72:9;Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 82:3-4; Box 86:1; Box 103:15-16; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8]
  8. S. 3044/March 1, 1954 [To provide adequate diets for the unemployed and their families in distress areas of unemployment]
  9. H. Con. Res. 69/March 10, 1954 [To establish a Joint Committee on Central Intelligence]; see also Box 42:4
  10. S. 3137 (Report No. 1371)/March 15, May 17, 1954 [To make the provisions of the Act of August 28, 1937, relating to the conservation of water resources in the arid and semiarid areas of the United States, and to increase and revise the limitation on aid available under the provisions of the said Act, and for other purposes]; see also Box 38:6; Box 39:3-4
  11. S. J. Res. 140/March 16, 1954 [To establish a commission for the celebration of the two hundredth anniversary of the birth of Alexander Hamilton]
  12. S. 49 (Amendments in the Nature of a Substitute)/March 17, 1954 [Intended to be proposed by...to the bill (S. 49) to enable the people of Hawaii to form a Constitution and state government and to be admitted to the Union on an equal footing with the original States]
  13. S. J. Res. 145/April 1, 1954 [To subject the submerged lands under the marginal lease to the provisions of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, and to amend such Act in order to provide that revenues under its provisions shall be used as grants-in-aid of primary, secondary, and higher education]; see also Box 35:9; Box 38:1; Box 39:6; Box 40:1; Box 42:9
  14. S. Res. 229/April 14, April 19, April 21, April 23, 1954 [To authorize the Committee on Banking and Currency to investigate housing]; see also Box 46:5; Box 51:11; Box 57:2; Box 62:10-11
  15. S. 3417/May 7, 1954 [To amend the public assistance provisions of the Social Security Act by extending for two years the increased Federal financial participation to the States for assistance to the aged, blind, and disabled, and aid to dependent children]
  16. S. Res. 249/[May 18, 1954] [To amend Senate rules by adding a rule relative to broadcast or television of committee hearings]
  17. Subcommittee to Consider Universal Copyright Convention [May 26, 1954]
  18. H. R. 9474 (Amendments in the Nature of a Substitute/June 17, 1954 [Intended to be proposed by...to the bill (H. R. 9474) to extend the authority of the President to enter into trade agreements under section 350 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended]

Box 41

  1. S. 3960 (Amendments)/July 10, 1954 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (S. 3690) to amend the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, as amended, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 5/January 6, 1955 [To provide for emergency Federal financial assistance to the States and Territories in the construction of urgently needed public elementary and secondary school facilities, and for other purposes]; see also Box 40:7; Box 42:6; Box 47:7-8; Box 48:1; Box 71:12; Box 72:9; Box 74:9 Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 82:3-4; Box 86:1; Box 103:15-16; Box 104:1; Box 113;10; Box 125:8
  3. S. 11/January 6, 1955 [To amend the Robinson-Patman Act with reference to equality of opportunity]
  4. S. 205/January 10, 1955 [To promote the further development of public library service in rural areas]
  5. S. 259/January 10, 1955 [To amend certain provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938], as amended; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:6; Box 42:1-3, 14-15; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  6. S. 260/January 10, 1955 [To amend certain provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5; Box 42:1-3, 14-15; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  7. S. Res. 18/January 10, January 14, 1955 [Favoring the continued investigation and combating of the international Communist conspiracy against the United States]

Box 42

  1. S. 261/January 10, 1955 [To amend the cotton marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-7; Box 42:2-3, 14-15; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 119: 12; Box 124:10
  2. S. 262/January 10, 1955 [To amend certain provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 31: 2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1, 3, 14-15; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  3. S. 263/January 10, 1955 [To amend certain provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 31: 2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-2, 14-15; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124;10
  4. S. Con. Res. 2/January 14, 1955 [To establish a Joint Committee on Central Intelligence]; see also Box 40:9
  5. S. 654/January 21, 1955 [To extend the direct loan authority of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs under title III of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended, to correspond to the expiration dates provided of guaranteed loans under such title, and for other purposes]; see also Box 70:13; Box 71:1-4; Box 76: 7-8; Box 81:23; Box 82:1; Box 89:5-6; Box 110:18; Box 123:5
  6. S. 686/January 24, 1955 [To provide for Federal financial assistance to the States in the construction of public elementary and secondary school facilities, and for other purposes]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2-3; Box 47:7-8; Box 48:1; Box 71:12; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 82:3-4; Box 86:1; Box 103:15-16; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8
  7. S. 731/January 26, 1955 [Granting the consent of Congress to the States of Arkansas and Oklahoma, to negotiate and enter into a compact relating to their interests in, and the appointment of, the waters of the Arkansas River and its tributaries as they affect such States]; see also Box 113:14-15; Box 116:1
  8. S. J. Res. 29/January 26, 1955 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the U.S., relating to the qualifications of electors]; see also Box 34:4-5
  9. S. 772/January 27, 1955 [To amend the outer Continental Shelf Lands Act in order to provide that revenues under the provisions of such Act shall be used as grants-in-aid of primary, secondary, and higher education]; see also Box 35:9; Box 38:1; Box 39:6; Box 40:1, 13
  10. S. Res. 55/January 28, 1955 [Favoring action by the United Nations to terminate hostilities between Communist China and Nationalist China]
  11. S. 789/January 28, 1955 [To continue authority to make funds available for loans and grants under title V of the Housing Act of 1949, as amended]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  12. S. 880/February 1, 1955 [To provide for the control and regulation of bank holding companies, and for other purposes]; see also Box 50:7; Box 64:2; Box 126:4]
  13. S. 882/February 1, 1955 [To amend the rice marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 15; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  14. S. 883/February 1, 1955 [To amend the rice marketing quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 14; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3, Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  15. S. J. Resolution 38/February 4, 1955 [Consenting to an interstate compact to conserve oil and gas]
  16. S. 944/February 4, 1955 [For the relief of Howard L. Gray]

Box 43

  1. D. 1187/February 23, 1955 [To amend section 5221 of the Revised Statutes, relating to voluntary liquidation of national banks]
  2. S. 1188/February 23, 1955 [To amend section 5240 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, relating to the examination of national banks]
  3. S. 1189/February 23, 1955 [To permit national banks to make twenty-year real estate loans and nine-month construction loans]
  4. S. 1333/March 8, 1955 [To authorize the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Hells Canyon Dam on the Snake River between Idaho and Oregon, and for related purposes]; see also Box 51:7-8
  5. S. 1454/March 15, 1955 [To provide that all United States currency shall bear the inscription "in God We Trust"]
  6. S. 1520/March 22, 1955 [To provide for the establishment of a trout hatchery immediately below Norfork Dam on North Fork River, Arkansas]
  7. S. 1589/March 30, 1955 to amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, as amended and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act]
  8. S. 1644/April 1, 1955 [To prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes (federal construction contract bill)]; see also Box 39:1; Box 43:9; Box 55:4-5
  9. S. Con. Res. 22/April 13, 1955 [Favoring U.S. participation in a scientific commission within the United Nations to study certain effects of nuclear explosions]

Box 44

  1. S. 1736/April 19, 1955 [To amend section 5146 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, relating to the qualifications of directors of national banking associations]
  2. S. 1744/April 20, 1955 [To amend title IV of the Housing Act of 1950, as amended, and thus to further assist educational institutions in providing housing and other essential facilities for their students and faculties]; see also Box 53:4; Box 58;5; Box 60:8-9; Box 69:3; Box 73:1
  3. S. 1853/April 28, 1955 [To amend the Natural Gas Bill]
  4. S. Con. Res. 29/April 25, 1955 [Authorizing the appointment of a Congressional delegation to attend the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Parliamentary Conference]
  5. S. 1894/May 4, 1955 [To provide for the participation of the United States in the International Finance Corporation]
  6. S. 2054/May 24, 1955 [To amend the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended]; see also Box 44:9; Box 50:8; Box 52:6; Box 97:11
  7. S. 2199/June 10, 1955 [Authorizing the modification of the general plan for the comprehensive development of the White River Basin to provide for additional hydroelectric power development, for the control of floods, and for other purposes]
  8. S. 2256/June 16, 1955 [To authorize the guaranty of exports against certain risks of a political nature]
  9. S. 2260/June 16, 1955 [Granting the consent of Congress to the States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas to negotiate and enter into a compact relating to their interests in, and the apportionment of, the waters of the Red River and its tributaries]
  10. S. 2330/June 27, 1955 [To amend the Securities Act of 1933, as amended so as to deny the use of United States mails and facilities of interstate commerce to persons in foreign countries who sell, or offer for sale, within the Untied States any securities in violations of such Act]; see also Box 44:5; Box 50:8; Box 52:6; Box 97:11
  11. S. J. Res. 85 (Report No. 639)/June 27, 1955 [To extend for temporary periods certain housing programs, the Small Business Act of 1953, and the Defense Production Act of 1950]; see also Box 35:10; Box 37:5-6,9; Box 46:1; Box 49:3; Box 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 56:7; Box 57:3; Box 58:1-4,7; Box 61:2-5; Box 70:1; Box 106:8; Box 120:6; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  12. S. 2410/July 5, 1955 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States by amending the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 (Public Law 402, Eightieth Congress)]; see also Box 45:2; Box 67:1; Box 81:2; Box 85:11; Box 91:7; Box 114:16
  13. S. 2510/July 13, 1955 [To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1954]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 14-15; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3, Box 73:10; Box 119; Box 124:10

Box 45

  1. S. 2511/July 13, 1955 [To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 31:2, Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 14-15; Box 44:12; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10, Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  2. S. 2562/July 18, 1955 [To amend the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1940, as amended]; see also Box 44:11; Box 67:1; Box 81:2; Box 85:11; Box 91:7; Box 114:16
  3. S. 2601/July 21, 1955 [Authorize the Secretary of the Interior to make a comprehensive survey and study of the ground-water resources of the Mississippi Valley embankment area. Part I
  4. S. 2601/July 21, 1955. Part II
  5. S. 2601/July 21, 1955. Part III
  6. S. Con Res. 51/July 25, July 28, 1955 [To print for the use of the Committee on Banking and Currency additional copies of hearings entitled "Stock Market Study"]
  7. S. Res. 139 (Report No. 1174)/July 25, 27, 28, 1955 [Paying tribute to Sir Winston Churchill for his contribution in behalf of freedom and World peace]

Box 46

  1. S. 2673/July 28, 1955 [To assist small business by providing an exemption of $15,000 of taxable income from the normal tax on corporations]; see also Box 44:10; Box 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 56Z:7; Box 57:3; Box 58:1-4; Box 651:2-5; Box 70:1; Box 120:6
  2. S. 2702/July 30, 1955 [To encourage the sale of cotton for export and to limit imports of manufactured cotton products]
  3. S. 2758/August 2, 1955 [To authorize Federal taxpayers to maintain an action to test the constitutionality of a certain appropriation, and for other purposes]
  4. S. Res. 146/August 2, 1955 [Opposing expenditure by TVA of funds for construction of certain steam power units until approved by Congress]
  5. S. Res. 155 (Report Nos. 1366, 1386)/January 5,9,12,16,1956 [Authorizing the Committee on Banking and Currency to investigate certain matters and authorizing expenditures therefore]; see also Box 40:14; Box 51:11; Box 57:2; Box 62:10-11
  6. S. 2890/January 9, 1956 [To require disclosure on monthly gas bills of domestic gas consumers in the District of Columbia of the average rate paid by such consumers and the position of that rate received by producers, pipelines, and the distributing company, respectively]
  7. S. J. Res. 120/January 16, 1956 [To establish a joining committee to be known as the Joint Committee on United States International Exchange of Persons Programs]
  8. S. 3006/January 25, 1956 [To provide for the establishment of the Pea Ridge Battlefield National Park, in the State of Arkansas]; see also Box 50:10
  9. S. 3047/January 25, 1956 [To provide for the establishment of the Pea Ridge Battlefield National Park, in the State of Arkansas]

Box 47

  1. S. Res. 197/January 26, 1956 [To oppose sale of Government-owned synthetic rubber plant at Institute, West Virginia]
  2. S. 3067/January 27, 1956 [To provide a one-year period during which certain veterans may be granted national service life insurance]; see also Box 52:5; Box 64:4; Box 68:3; Box 72:8; Box 75:12; Box 76:3
  3. S. 3128/February 3, 1956 [To establish corporate income tax rates of 22 percent normal tax and 30 percent surtax]; see also Box 47:4; Box 51:1; Box 53:2]
  4. S. 3129/February 3, 1956 [To establish corporate income tax rates of 22 percent normal tax and 31 percent surtax]; see also Box 47:3; Box 51:1; Box 53:2]
  5. S. J. Res. 139/February 7, 1956 [To provide for the observance and commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the first conference of State governors for the protection in the public interest of the natural resources of the United States]; see also Box 52:4]
  6. S. 3232/February 17, 1956 [To amend Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress, in order to establish a permanent program of financial assistance for local educational agencies under the provisions of such law, and for other purposes]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2-3; Box 42:6; Box 48:1; 71:12; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 79:1; Box 82:3-4; Box 86:1; Box 103:15-16; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8

Box 48

  1. S. 3234/February 17, 1956 [To amend Public Law 815, Eighty-first Congress, in order to provide a permanent program of assistance for school construction under the provisions of titles III and IV of such law, and for other purposes]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 71:12; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 82:3-4; Box 86:1; Box 103:15-16; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8
  2. S. 3238/February 20, 1956 [To provide for continuation of authority for regulation of exports, and for other purposes]
  3. S. 3296/February 27, 1956 [To amend the Federal National Mortgage Association Charter Act to encourage private transactions in Federal Housing Administration insured and Veterans Administration guaranteed mortgages at stabilized prices which approach or equal par value of such mortgages, and for other purposes]; see also Box 36:6; Box 37:2
  4. S. 3308/February 28, 1956 [To revise the Federal election laws, to prevent corrupt practices in Federal elections, to permit deductions for Federal income tax purposes of certain political contributions, and for other purposes]
  5. S. J. Res. 151/February 29, 1956 [To authorize the President to proclaim December 1 of each year as National Civil Air Patrol Day]
  6. S. 3338/March 1, 1956 [Relating to rates charged to public bodies and cooperation for electric power generated at Federal projects]
  7. S. 3371/March 6, 1956 [To amend the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act]; see also Box 92:8

Box 49

  1. S. 3405/March 9, 1956 [To authorize the Chief of Engineers of the Department of the Army to enter into certain contracts of the provision of water for agricultural, industrial, or municipal purposes]
  2. S. 3406/March 9, 1956 [To amend section 14(b) of the Federal Reserve Act, as amended]
  3. S. 3407/March 9, 1956 [To extend the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also box 35:10; Box 37:5-6,9; Box 44:10; Box 58:7; Box 106:8
  4. S. 3428/March 12, 1956 [To provide that the Secretary of the Interior shall investigate and report to the Congress as to the advisability of establishing the Arkansas Post State Park as a national park]; see also Box 66:1-2
  5. S. 3448/March 14, 1956 [To amend sections 3526 and 3528 of the Revised Statutes relating to the coinage of subsidiary silver coins and minor coins of the United States]
  6. S. J. Res. 31 (Amendment)/March 15, 1956 [Intended to be proposed by...to the joint resolution (S. J. Res. 31) proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the election of the President and Vice President]; see also Box 13:4; Box 29:1; Box 35:6; Box 65:6; Box 106: 18
  7. S. 3590/April 11, 1956 [For the relief of Oather S. Hall]
  8. S. 3600/April 11, 1956 [For the relief of certain dependents of the late Darwin Philo Taylor]; see also Box 52:9
  9. S. 3710/April 24, 1956 [To allow additional income tax exemptions for a taxpayer or a spouse, or a dependent child under 23 years of age, who is a full-time student at an educational institution above the secondary level]; see also Box 50;1; Box 51:4-6; Box 63:9-11,13; Box 71:6,8; Box 77:2-3]

Box 50

  1. S. 3711/April 24, 1956 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to allow a tax payer to deduct certain expenses by him in obtaining a higher education]; see also Box 49:10; Box 51:4-6; Box 63:9-11,13; Box 71:6,8; Box 77:2-3
  2. S. 3756/April 30, 1956 [To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended, so as to establish a two-price plan for rice]; see also Box 31:23; Box 41:5-6, Box 42:1-3, 14-15; Box 44:12, Box 45:1; Box 50:3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  3. S. 3757/April 30, 1956 [To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938, as amended with respect to the national acreage allotment for rice]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 13-14; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2; Box 73:10; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  4. S. J. Res. 170/May 10, 1956 [To authorize the disposal of the Government-owned tin smelter at Texas City, Texas, and for other purposes]
  5. S. 3832/May 10, 1956 [To provide for the disposal of the Government-owned synthetic rubber research laboratories at Akron, Ohio]
  6. H. R. 10660 (Amendments)/May 15, 1956 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (H. R. 10660) to amend and supplement the Federal-Aid Road Act approved July 14, 1916, to authorize appropriations for continuing the construction of highways; to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide additional revenue from the taxes on motor fuel, tires, and trucks and buses; and for other purposes]; see also Box 74:2; Box 91:4; Box 118:8
  7. S. 3911/May 23, 1956 [To amend the Federal deposit Insurance Act to provide safeguards against mergers and consolidations of banks which might lessen competition unduly or tend unduly to create a monopoly in the field of banking]; see also Box 42:12; Box 64:2; Box 126:4
  8. S. 3915/May 23, 1956 [To amend certain provisions of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, as amended and the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended]; see also Box 44:5,9; Box 52:6; Box 97:11
  9. S. Res. 280/June 11, 1956 [Expressing the sincere hope of the Senate for the complete and speedy recovery of the President from his illness]
  10. S. 4041/June 13, 1956 [To provide for the establishment of the Pea Ridge National Military Park, in the State of Arkansas]; see also Box 46:9
  11. S. Res. 284/June 14, 1956 [To disapprove the sale of Government-owned alcohol butadiene plant at Louisville, Kentucky]
  12. S. 4057/June 14, 1956 [For the relief of Nicholas P. Alessi]
  13. S. Res. 291/June 18, 1956 [Opposing Re-organizational Plan No. 2 of 1956 (separating the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation from the Federal Home Loan Bank Board)]
  14. S. 4092/June 20, 1956 [To provide for the appointment of an Assistant Secretary of State for International Cultural Relations]; see also Box 54:4; Box 57:6; Box 63:4-5
  15. S. 4301/June 27, 1956 [To provide for the extension of vocational education to persons in areas where programs are not now fully developed or available and for the development of vocational and technical education, including training and retraining made necessary by scientific and technological developments, by encouraging States to establish area vocational schools and programs for the training and retraining of technicians and skilled workers in industry and agriculture and for training in other occupations essential to the nation's security and economy]; see also Box 53:1; Box 113:10

Box 51

  1. S. 150/January 7, 1957 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to adjust corporate normal tax and surtax rates]; see also Box 47:3-4; Box 53:2
  2. S. 313/January 7, 1957 [To provide for the compulsory inspection by the United States Department of Agriculture of poultry and poultry products]
  3. S. 432/January 9, 1957 [To allow additional income tax exemptions for a taxpayer or a spouse, or a dependent child under 23 years of age, who is a full-time student at an educational institution above the secondary level]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 51:5-6; Box 63:9-11, 13; Box 71:6,8; Box 77:2-3
  4. S. 433/January 9, 1957 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to allow a taxpayer to deduct certain expenses incurred by him in obtaining a higher education]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 51:4-5; Box 63:9-11,13; Box 71:6,8; Box 77:2-3
  5. S. 555/January 14, 1957 [To authorize the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Hells Canyon Dam on the Snake River between Idaho and Oregon, and for other purposes]; see also Box 43:4; Box 51:8
  6. S. 716/January 17, 1957 [To authorize the Administrator of General Services to assist in planning and financing the construction of county agricultural buildings]; see also Box 30:5; Box 63:1; Box 72:4
  7. S. J. Res. 34/January 17, 1957 [To commemorate the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of General Robert E. Lee, and for other purposes]
  8. S. Res. 45 (Report Nos. 4,35)/January 17, 28, 30, 1957 [Authorizing the Committee on Banking and Currency to investigate certain matters and authorizing expenditures therefore]; see also Box 40:14; Box 46:5; Box 57:2; Box 62:10-11

Box 52

  1. S. 811/January 23, 1957 [For the relief of Fannie Alexander Gast]
  2. S. Res. 80/January 29, 1957 [To express the attitude of the Senate as to the policy of the United States in the achievement of international peace and security in the Middle East]
  3. S. 961/January 29, 1957 [To extend the period within which Export-Import Bank of Washington may make loans]; see also Box 57:7
  4. S. J. Res. 35 (Report No. 988)/February 6, August 5, 1957 [To provide for the observance and commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the first conference of State governors for the protection, in the public interest, of the natural resources of the United States]; see also Box 47:5
  5. S. 1088/February 7, 1957 [To provide a one-year period during which certain veterans may be granted national service life insurance]; see also Box 47:2; Box 64:4; Box 68:3; Box 72:8; Box 75:12; Box 76:3
  6. S. 1168/February 11, 1957 [To amend the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (unlisted securities)]; see also Box 44:5,9; Box 50:8; Box 97:11
  7. S. 1185/February 14, 1957 [To amend Title II of the Social Security Act so as to remove the limitation upon the amount of outside income which an individual may earn while receiving benefits thereunder (Social Security amendments of 1954)]; see also Box 52:8; Box 63:2; Box 71:7; Box 77:6; Box 98:1; Box 115:16. Part I
  8. S. 1185/February 14, 1957. Part II
  9. S. 1186/February 14, 1957 [For the relief of certain dependents of the late Darwin Philo Taylor]; see also Box 49:9
  10. S. 1187/February 14, 1957 [To provide for the issuance of a special series of postage stamps commemorating the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the city now known as Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas]

Box 53

  1. S. 1298/February 20, 1957 [To assist States in providing needed vocational education of less than college grade in essential occupations, including retraining made necessary by scientific and technological developments, through establishment and maintenance of area vocational school programs providing vocational training and retraining for persons residing in the State or area, including related instruction for apprentices (area vocational education measure)]; see also Box 50:15; Box 113:10
  2. H. R. 4090/February 21, 1957 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright...to the bill (H. R. 4090) to provide a one-year extension of the existing corporate normal tax rate and of certain excise tax rates]; see also Box 47:3-4; Box 51:1
  3. S. 1451 (Amendment)/March 12, 1957 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright...to the bill (S. 1451) to amend and revise the statutes governing financial institutions and credit]
  4. S. 1553/March 12, 1957 [To increase by $200,000,000 the borrowing authority of the Housing and Home Finance Agency for purposes of making loans for college housing]; also Box 44:2; Box 58:5; Box 60:8-9; Box 69:3; Box 73:1
  5. S. 1552/March 12, 159 [To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to establish a program for the purpose of carrying on certain research and experimentation to develop methods for the commercial production of fish on flooded rice acreage in rotation with rice field crops, and for other purposes]; see also Box 53:6-8; Box 83:11-12; Box 119:5. Part I
  6. S. 1552/March 12, 1957. Part II
  7. S. 1552/March 12, 1957. Part III
  8. S. 1552/March 12, 1957. Part IV

Box 54

  1. S. 1585/March 14, 1957 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for more effective evaluation of the fiscal requirements of the executive agencies of the Government of the United States]; see also Box 38:7; Box 71:9; Box 77:7; Box 81:22; Box 90:4
  2. S. J. Res. 72/March 26, 1957 [To implement further the Act of July 15, 1946, by approving the signature by the Secretary of the Treasury of an agreement amending the Anglo-American Financial Agreement of December 6, 1945]
  3. S. J. Res. 80/April 4, 1957 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women]; see also Box 74:11; Box 78:7; Box 85:3; Box 91:13; Box 100:1; Box 108:2-3
  4. S. 1786/April 4, 1957 [To provide for the appointment of an Assistant Secretary of State for International Cultural Relations]; see also Box 50:14; Box 57:6; Box 63:4-5
  5. S. Res. 124 (Report no. 232)/April 15, May 16, 1957 [Citing Edward A. Heintz for contempt of the Senate]
  6. S. 1923/April 18, 1957 [To amend section 2 of the Act of June 28, 1879, providing for the appointment of a "Mississippi River Commission" for the improvement of said river from the head of the passes near its mouth to its headwaters]
  7. S. 2160/May 27, 1957 [To make capital more readily available for financing small business and thus to promote, foster, and develop the domestic and foreign commerce of the United States, and for other purposes]; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; Box 55:3; Box 56:7: Box 57:3; Box 58:1-4; Box 61:2-5; Box 70:1; Box 120:6
  8. H. R. 6659 (Amendments)/May 27, 1957 [Intended to be proposed [by J. W. Fulbright]...to the bill (H. R. 6659) to extend and amend laws relating to the provision and improvement of housing, to improve the availability of mortgage credit and for other purposes]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing

Box 55

  1. S. J. Res. 100/June 10, 1957 [Relating to the inability of the President to discharge the powers and duties of his office (presidential inability)]; see also Box 13:1
  2. S. 2130 (Amendment)/June 13, 1957 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (S. 2130) to amend further the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 37:7; Box 65:5; Box 66:3; Box 69:5
  3. S. 2286/June 13, 1957 [To assist State programs for small business, and for other purposes]; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; Box 54:7; Box 56:6; Box 57:3; Box 58:1-4; Box 61:2-5; Box 70:1; Box 120:6
  4. S. 2300/June 14, 1957 [To prescribe policy and procedure in connection with construction contracts made by executive agencies, and for other purposes (Federal Construction Contract Procedures Act)]; see also Box 39:1; Box 43:8-9; Box 55:5. Part I
  5. S. 2300/June 14, 1957. Part II

Box 56

  1. S. 2306/June 17, 1957 [To provide for the increased use of agricultural products for industrial purposes]
  2. S. 2770/August 13, 1957 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States; to provide for the protection of United States citizens abroad; to provide standards for the issuance of passports by the Department of State, and for other purposes]; see also Box 56:4; Box 67:12; Box 87:8; Box 92:7. Part I
  3. S. 2770/August 13, 1957. Part II
  4. S. Res. 190/August 20, 1957 [Favoring admission of bona fide representatives of news-gathering organizations into all countries abroad for the purpose of gathering news]
  5. S. Con. Res. 49/August 23, 1957 [Requesting the President to designate the week of March 16-22, 1958, as National Library Week]
  6. S. 2920/January 9, 1958 [To provide for small business disaster loans in areas affected by excessive rainfall]; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; Box 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 57:3; Box 58:1-4; Box 61:2-5; Box 70:1; Box 120:6

Box 57

  1. S. 2921/January 9, 1958 [To enable the Federal intermediate credit banks to limit endorsers' liability on loans in disaster areas]
  2. S. Res. 214 (Report Nos. 1188, 1234)/January 13, 23, 29 and February 5, 1958 [Authorizing the Committee on Banking and Currency to investigate certain matters under its jurisdiction]; see also Box 40:14; Box 46:5; Box 51:8; Box 62:10-11
  3. S. 2993/January 13, 1958 [To expand the opportunities of small business to participate in and to derive the benefits from research and development]; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; Box 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 56:7; Box 58:1-4; Box 61:2-5; Box 70:1; Box 120:6
  4. S. 2995/January 13, 1958 [To encourage new residential construction for veterans' housing in rural areas and small cities and towns by raising the maximum amount in which direct loans may be made from $10,000 to $13,500, to authorize advance financing commitments, to extend the direct loan program for veterans, and for other purposes]
  5. S. 3093/January 23, 1958 [To extend for an additional period of two years the authority to regulate exports contained in the Export Control Act of 1949]
  6. S. 3112/January 23, 1958 [To provide for the appointment of an assistant to the Secretary of State to be known as the Assistant for International Cultural Relations]; see also Box 50:14; Box 54:4; Box 63:4-5
  7. S. 3149/January 27, 1958 [To increase the lending authority of the Export-Import Bank of Washington, and for other purposes]; see also Box 52:3
  8. S. Con. Res. 59/January 30, 1958 [To request the President to designate the year 1960 as "Visit U.S.A. Year"]
  9. S. 3187/January 30, 1958 [To strengthen the national defense, advance the cause of peace, and assure the intellectual pre-eminence of the United States, especially in science and technology, through programs designed to stimulate the development and to increase the number of students in science, engineering, mathematics, modern foreign languages, and other disciplines, and to provide additional facilities for the teaching thereof; to promote the development of technical skills essential to the national defense; to assist teachers to increase their knowledge and improve their effectiveness; to inform our scientists promptly and effectively of the results of research and study carried on in the United States and throughout the world; and for other purposes]; see also Box 61:9; Box 62;1-2; Box 64:6-7

Box 58

  1. S. 3194/January 30, 1958 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to establish an initial program of tax adjustment for small and independent business and for persons engaged in small and independent business]; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; Box 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 56:6; Box 57:3; Box 61:2-5; Box 70:1; Box 120:6
  2. S. 3213/February 3, 1958 [To increase by $250,000,000 the borrowing authority of the Housing and Home Finance Agency for college housing loans]; see also Box 44:2; Box 53:4; Box 60:8-9; Box 69:3; Box 73:1
  3. S. 3296/February 19, 1958 [To encourage the creation and understanding of music]
  4. S. 3323/February 21, 1958 [To extend the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended]; see also Box 35:10; Box 37:5-6,9; Box 44:10; Box 49:3; Box 106:8
  5. S. Res. 264 (Report No. 1832)/February 24, July 12, July 23, 1958 [Favoring the establishment of an International Development Association in cooperation with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development]; see also Box 69:7; Box 80:8; Box 96:7; Box 110:15; Box 122:13
  6. S. 3335/February 24, 1958 [To provide for a National Capital Center of the Performing Arts which will be constructed, with funds raised by voluntary contributions, on part of the land in the District of Columbia made available for the Smithsonian Gallery of Art]; see also Box 59:1-4; Box 62:4; Box 67:8; Box 76:2; Box 79:7-8; Box 80:10-13; Box 94:8; Box 112:14. Part I
  7. S. 3335/February 24, 1958. Part II

Box 59

  1. S. 3335/February 24, 1958. Part III
  2. S. 3335/February 24, 1958. Part IV
  3. S. 3335/February 24, 1958. Part V
  4. S. 3335/February 24, 1958. Part VI

Box 60

  1. S. Con. Res. 68/March 6, 1958 [Favoring the acceleration of civil construction programs for which appropriations have been made]
  2. S. Con. Res. 69/March 6, 1958 [Favoring the acceleration of military construction programs for which appropriations have been made]
  3. S. 3497/March 17, 1958 [To expand the public facility loan program of the Community Facilities Administration of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, and for other purposes (Community Facilities Act of 1958)]; see also Box 66:7-8; Box 67:4
  4. S. 3551/March 25, 1958 [To provide evaluation of rehabilitation potentials and rehabilitation services to handicapped individuals who as a result thereof can achieve such ability of independent living as to dispense with the need for expensive institutional care or who can dispense with or largely dispense with the need of an attendant at home; to assist in the establishment of public and private nonprofit workshops and rehabilitation facilities and for other purposes]; see also Box 63:8; Box 120:9
  5. S. 3603/April 3, 1958 [to amend section 19 of the Federal Reserve Act with respect to the reserves required to be maintained by member banks of the Federal Reserve System against deposits]; see also Box 64:5
  6. S. 3713/April 28, 1958 [To amend title IV of the Housing Act of 1950 (college housing), to authorize loans to educational institutions for the construction, rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, and improvement of classroom buildings and other academic facilities]; see also Box 44:2; Box 53:4; Box 58:2; Box 60:7; Box 69:3; Box 73:1
  7. S. 3885/May 22, 1958 [To increase by $400,000,000 the borrowing authority of the Housing and Home Finance Agency for college housing loans]; see also Box 44:2; Box 53:4; Box 58:2; Box 69:3; Box 73:1

Box 61

  1. S. 3886/May 22, 1958 [To amend section 14(b) of the Federal Reserve Act, as amended, to extend for two years the authority of Federal Reserve banks to purchase United States obligations directly from the Treasury]
  2. S. 36151/June 10, 1958 [To make equity capital and long-term credit more readily available for small business concerns, and for other purposes (Small Business Investment Act of 1958)]; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; Box 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 56:76; Box 57:3; Box 58:1; Box 70:1; Box 120:6
  3. H. R. 8381 (Amendment)/June 12, 1958 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the bill (H. R. 8381) to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to correct unintended benefits and hardships to make technical amendments, and for other purposes]
  4. S. 4070/June 27, 1958 [To limit the applicability of the antitrust laws so as to exempt certain aspects of designated professional team sports]
  5. S. Res. 321/July 2, 1958 [Requesting the President to transmit a supplementary report to the Senate on the unemployment situation with recommendations for its improvement]
  6. S. 4237/August 5, 1958 [To strengthen the national defense, advance the cause of peace, and assure the intellectual eminence of the United States, especially in science and technology, through programs designed to stimulate the development and to increase the number of students in science, engineering, mathematics, modern foreign languages, and other disciplines, and to provide additional facilities for the teaching thereof; to promote the development of technical skills essential to the national defense; to assist teachers to increase their knowledge and improve their effectiveness; to inform our scientists promptly and effectively of the results of research and study carried on in the United States and throughout the world; and for other purposes (National Defense Education Act of 1958)]; see also Box 57:9; Box 64:6-7

Box 62

  1. [Summary of Legislative Record of 85th Congress, Second Session, January 7, 1958 - August 24, 1958]
  2. Public Law 85 - 874/ September 2, 1958 [To provide for a National Cultural Center which will be constructed with funds raised by voluntary contributions, on a site made available in the District of Columbia]; see also Box 58:6-7; Box 59:1-4; Box 67:8; Box 76:2; Box 79:7-8; Box 80:10-13; Box 94:8; Box 112:14
  3. S. 1/January 9, 1959 [to amend the Federal Airport Act in order to extend the time for making grants under the provisions of such Act, and for other purposes]
  4. S. 3/January 9, 1959 [To establish rules of interpretation governing questions of the effect of Acts of Congress on State laws]; see also Box 70:11; Box 76;6
  5. S. 57/January 9, 1959 [To extend and amend laws relating to the provision and improvement of housing and the renewal of urban communities (Housing Act of 1959)]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  6. S. 144/January 9, 1959 [To amend Reorganization Plan Numbered 2 of 1953 (restoring authority to Rural Electrification Administrator and retaining REA in the United States Department of Agriculture)]
  7. S. 227/January 12, 1959 [To permit certain additional services to count for retirement purposes (U.S. Army)]
  8. S. Res. 20 (Report No. 5)/January 14, 20, 1959 [Authorizing the Committee on Banking and Currency to investigate certain matters within its jurisdictions]; see also Box 40:14; Box 46:5; Box 51:8; Box 57:2

Box 63

  1. S. 282/January 14, 1959 [To authorize the Administrator of General Services to assist in planning and financing the construction of county agricultural buildings]; see also Box 30:5; Box 51:6; Box 72:4
  2. S. 453/January 17, 1959 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to remove the limitation upon the amount of outside income which an individual may earn while receiving benefits thereunder]; see also Box 52:7-8; Box 71:3; Box 77:6; Box 98:1; Box 115:13
  3. S. 454/January 17, 1959 [To provide for suitable works of art in Federal buildings]; see also Box 72:2
  4. S. 455/January 17, 1959 [To provide for the appointment of an assistant to the Secretary of State to assure joint policy and planning and equitable budgeting of exchange of persons programs and administrative cooperation between staffs engaged in carrying out such programs]; see also Box 50:14; Box 54:4; Box 57:6
  5. S. 545/January 20, 1959 [To authorize the transfer and consolidation of rented cotton acreage allotments]
  6. S. Con. Res. 7/January 28, 1959 [Extending best wishes of Congress to the American Dental Association on the centennial of its founding]
  7. S. 772/January 29, 1959 [To provide evaluation of rehabilitation potentials and rehabilitation services to handicapped individuals who as a result thereof can achieve such ability of independent living as to dispense with the need for expensive institutional care or who can dispense with or largely dispense with the need of an attendant at home; to assist in the establishment of public and private nonprofit workshops and rehabilitation facilities and for other purposes]; see also Box 60:4; Box 120:9
  8. S. 794/January 29, 1959 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to allow a taxpayer to deduct certain expenses incurred by him in obtaining a higher education]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 51:3; Box 63:9; Box 71:2-4; Box 77:2-3
  9. S. 795/January 29, 1959 [To allow additional income tax exemptions for a taxpayer or a spouse, or a dependent child under 23 years of age, who is a full-time student at an educational institution above the secondary level]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 51:3-4; Box 63:9, 11, 13; Box 71:6, 8; Box 77:2-3
  10. S. 795/January 29, 1959 [Part II]
  11. S. J. Res. 41/February 2, 1959 [To establish in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare the National Advisory Council for International Medical Research, in order to help mobilize the efforts of medical scientists, research workers, technologists, teachers, and members of the health professions generally, in the United States and abroad, for assault upon disease, disability, and the impairments of man and for the improvement of the health of man through international cooperation in research, research training, and research planning; National Advisory Council for International Medical Research]
  12. S. 872/February 2, 1959 [To allow an additional income tax exemption for a dependent child who is a full-time college student]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 51:4-6; Box 71:2, 4; Box 77:2-3
  13. S. 1000/February 9, 1959 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States by strengthening and improving the foreign service personnel system of the United States Information Agency through establishment of a Public Affairs Officer Corps]; see also Box 80:7; Box 85:6; Box 93:11;. Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 119:16; Box 122:16

Box 64

  1. S. 1044/February 16, 1959 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act of 1926, as amended]; see also Box 73:5; Box 76:1; Box 78:8; Box 80:9; Box 85:8; Box 96:10; Box 118:11; Box 122:16
  2. S. 1062/February 16, 1959 [To amend the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to provide safeguards against mergers and consolidations of banks which might lessen competition unduly or tend unduly to create a monopoly in the field of banking]; see Box 42:12; Box 50:7; Box 126:4
  3. S. 1094/February 17, 1959 [To amend the Bretton Woods Agreements Act (authorizing increased United States contributions to the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development)]; see also Box 79:4; Box 83:13-14; Box 96:9; Box 105:11; Box 120:10
  4. S. 113/February 19, 1959 [To amend title 38 of the United States Code to provide a one-year period during which certain veterans may be granted national service life insurance]; see also Box 47:2; Box 52:5; Box 68:3; Box 72:8; Box 75:11; Box 76:3
  5. S. 1120/February 19, 1959 [To amend section 19 of the Federal Reserve Act with respect to the reserves required to be maintained by member banks of the Federal Reserve System against deposits]; see also Box 60:5
  6. S. 1205/February 26, 1959 [To amend the National Defense Education Act of 1958 in order to provide advanced training for teachers of foreign languages in the areas in which such languages are used ]; see also Box 57:9; Box 61:6; Box 64:7. Part I
  7. S. 1205/February 26, 1959. Part II
  8. S. 1262/March 5, 1959 [To direct the Secretary of the Interior to establish a research program in order to determine means of improving the conservation of game fish in dam reservoirs]; see also Box 65:1-2; Box 71:1. Part I

Box 65

  1. S. 1262/March 5, 1959. Part II
  2. S. 1262/March 5, 1959. Part III
  3. S. 1263/March 5, 1959 [To extend certain privileges and immunities to judges of the International Court of Justice]
  4. S. 1395/March 12, 1959 [To enable producers to provide a supply of turkeys adequate to meet the needs of consumers, to maintain orderly marketing conditions, and to promote and expand the consumption of turkeys and turkey products]
  5. S. 1451/March 18, 1959 [To amend further the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 37:7; Box 55:2; Box 66:3; Box 69:4
  6. S. J. Res. 86/March 26, 1959 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States providing for the election of President and Vice President]; see also Box 13:4; Box 29:1; Box 35:6; Box 49:6; Box 106:16
  7. S. 1591/April 7, 1959 [To promote and to establish policy and procedure for the development of water resources of lakes, rivers, and streams]
  8. S. 1631/April 8, April 10, 1959 [To provide for the establishment of a Commission on Unemployment Problems]

Box 66

  1. S. 1662/April 13, 1959 [To provide for the establishment of the Arkansas Post National Park, in the State of Arkansas]; see also Box 49:4; Box 66:2. Part I
  2. S. 1662/April 13, 1959. Part II
  3. S. 1451 (Amendments)/April 24, 1959 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright...to the bill (S. 1451) to amend further the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as amended and for other purposes]; see also Box 37:7; Box 55:2; Box 65:5; Box 69:4
  4. S. 1820/April 28, 1959 [To authorize certain Generals of the Army to accept and wear decorations, orders, medals, presents, and other things tendered them by foreign governments]; see also Box 79:9; Box 85:14
  5. S. Res. 114 (Report No. 238)/April 30, 1959 [Authorize attendance of a delegation from the Senate at the meeting of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association]; see Box 66:6
  6. S. Con. Res. 29(Report No. 238)/April 30, 1959 [Authorize attendance of delegations from the Senate and House of Representatives at the meeting of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association]; see also Box 66:5
  7. Community Facilities Act of 1959; see also Box 60:3; Box 66:8; Box 67:4. Part I
  8. Community Facilities Act of 1959. Part II

Box 67

  1. S. 1859/May 5, 1959 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States by amending the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948 (Public Law 402, Eightieth Congress)]; see also Box 44:11; Box 45:2; Box 81:2; Box 85:11; Box 91:7; Box 114:16
  2. S. 1877/May 7, 1959 [To amend the Act of May 26, 1949, as amended, to strengthen and improve the organization of the Department of State, and for other purposes]; see also Box 69:3; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:16; Box 118:14; Box 119:13; Box 122:2; Box 123:14
  3. S. 1928/May 13, 1959 [To provide for the participation of the United States in the Inter-American Development Bank]; see also Box 82:9; Box 93:4; Box 95:13; Box 106:3; Box 109:4
  4. S. 1955/May 15, 1959 [To expand the public facility loan program of the Community Facilities Administration of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, and for other purposes]; see also Box 60:3; Box 66:7-8
  5. S. 2130/June 8, 1959 [To authorize a payment to the Government of Japan]
  6. S. 2168/June 15, 1959 [To amend the Navy ration statute so as to provide for the serving of oleomargarine or margarine]; see also Box 36:2; Box 73:2
  7. S. 2230/June 23, 1959 [To amend the National Cultural Center Act]
  8. S. 2231/June 23 1959 [To amend the joint resolution providing for membership and participation by the United States in the Inter-American Children's Institute, formerly known as the American International Institute for the Protection of Childhood, as amended]
  9. S. 2232/June 23, 1959 [To repeal section 12 of the Act of June 26, 1884, prohibiting a charge or collection of fees by consular officers for official services to American vessels and seamen, and to repeal the provisions of the Act of June 4, 1920, authorizing the free issuance of passports to seamen]
  10. S. 2233/June 23, 1959 [To amend the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 75:10, 18; Box 78:10; Box 81:16; Box 96:13; Box 105:13; Box 109:7; Box 120:7
  11. S. 2287/June 29, 1959 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States; to provide for the protection of United States citizens abroad; to provide standards for the issuance of passports by the Department of State; and for other purposes]; see also Box 56:2-3; Box 87:8; Box 92:7

Box 68

  1. S. Rex. 169/August 21, 1959 [Concerning the desirability of holding an itnernational exposition in the United States]; see also Box 99:4
  2. S. 2653/TV Antenna Bill [Sept. 8, 1959]
  3. S. 2675/September 10, 1959 [To amend title 38 of the United States Code in order to provide a one-year period during which certain veterans may be granted national service life insurance]; see also Box 47:2; Box 52:5; Box 64:4; Box 72:8; Box 75:11; Box 76:3
  4. S. J. Res. 147/January 11, 1960 [Providing that the Commission of Fine Arts render advice and comment on matters within its jurisdiction, relating to parks and structures in the metropolitan area of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes]
  5. S. 2830/January 14, 1960 [To amend the Library Services Act in order to extend for five years the authorization for appropriations, and for other purposes]
  6. S. J. Res. 149/January 14, 1960 [To authorize appropriations incident to United States participation in the International Bureau for the Protection of Industrial Property]; see also Box 78:12; Box 111:2
  7. S. 2843/January 18, 1960 [To further modify the lower Mississippi River flood control and improvement project originally adopted May 15, 1928;] see also Box 79:3
  8. S. J. Res. 152/January 21, 1960 [Authorizing the creation of a commission to consider and formulate plans for the construction in the District of Columbia of an appropriate permanent memorial to the memory of Woodrow Wilson]; see also Box 72:6; Box 96:2
  9. S. 2890/January 22, 1960 [To give effect to certain obligations of the United States under the Geneva Conventions for the Protection of War Victims of August 12, 1949, by regulating use of the Red Cross and other emblems, and for other purposes]
  10. S. 2899/January 25, 1960 [To extend the benefits of the Federal Employees Health Benefits Act of 1959 to employees of the agricultural stabilization and conservation county committees] Part I

Box 69

  1. S. 2899/January 25, 1960. Part II
  2. S. 2950/February 1, 1960 [To increase the borrowing authority of the Housing and Home Finance Agency for college housing loans]; see also Box 44:2; Box 50:5; Box 53:4; Box 60:6-7 Box 73:1
  3. S. 2951/February 1, 1960 [To amend the Act of August 1, 1956, entitled "An act to provide certain basic authority for the Department of State]; see also Box 67:2; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:16; Box 119:14; Box 119:13; Box 122:2; Box 123:14
  4. S. 3058/February 18, 1960 [To amend further the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 37:7; Box 55:2; Box 65:5; Box 66:3
  5. S. 3072/February 19, 1960 [To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to effect the payment of certain claims against the United States]
  6. S. 3074/February 19, 1960 [To provide for the participation of the United States in the International Development Association]; see also Box 58:5; Box 80:8; Box 96:7; Box 110:15; Box 122:13
  7. S. 3171/March 10, 1960 [To provide for the use of television broadcasting stations by candidates for the office of President of the United States]
  8. S. 3238/March 21, 1960 [To authorize payment to the Government of the Philippines]; see also Box 75:12
  9. S. 3338/April 6, 1960 [To remove the present $5,000 limitation which prevents the Secretary of the Air Force from settling certain claims arising out of the crash of a United States Air Force aircraft at Little Rock, Arkansas]
  10. S.3501/May 6, 1960 [To promote greater equity in the administration of the pay systems of employees in the Veteran's administration under prevailing rate schedules by providing for certain adjustments in the compensation of such employees]

Box 70

  1. S. 3689/June 16, 1960 [To amend the Small Business Act, and for other purposes; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 56:7; Box 57:3; Box 58:1-4; Box 61:-2-5; Box 120:6]
  2. S. 2710 (Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute)/June 17, 1960 [To provide for loan insurance on loans to students in higher education; see also Box 71:11; Box 77:5]
  3. S. 3839/August 12, 1960 [To provide for assistance in the development of Latin America and in the reconstruction of Chile, and for other purposes]; see also Box 70:7
  4. S. Con. Res. 114;August 16, 1960 [Expressing the support of the Congress for a United States initiative in the United Nations looking toward the development of plans whereby all members of the United Nations can work through the United Nations System to provide substantial quantities of available foods to needy peoples in member states]
  5. S. Res. 360/August 16, 1960 [Authorizing the printing of the "Legislative History of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Eighty-sixth Congress" as a Senate document]
  6. S. 3855 (Report No. 1836)/August 16, 1960 [To increase the authorization for appropriations for the President's mutual security contingency fund for the fiscal year 1961, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 3861 (Report No. 1838)/August 17, 1960 [To provide for assistance in the development of Latin America and in the reconstruction of Chile, and for other purposes]; see also Box 70:3
  8. Senator's Bills/86th Congress
  9. 86th Congress Bills
  10. Proposals for 86th Congress Which Fulbright Might Sponsor [1959-1960]
  11. S. 3/January 5, 1961 [To establish rules of interpretation governing questions of the effect of Acts of Congress on State laws; see also Box 62:6; Box 76:6]
  12. S. 121/January 5, 1961 [To make the evaluation of recreational benefits resulting from the construction of any Federal water resources project an integral part of project planning, and for other purposes]
  13. S. 3491/January 11, 1961 [To provide readjustment assistance to veterans who serve in the Armed Forces between January 31, 1955, and July 1, 1963 (Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1961)]; see also Box 42:5; Box 76:7-8; Box 81:23; Box 89:2-3; Box 110;18; Box 123:5. Part I
  14. S. 349/January 11, 1961. Part II

Box 71

  1. S. 460/January 17, 1961 [To direct the Secretary of the Interior to establish a research program in order to determine means of improving the conservation of game and food fish in dam reservoirs]; see also Box 64:8-9; Box 65:1-2
  2. S. 461/January 17, 1961 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to allow a taxpayer to deduct certain expenses incurred by him in obtaining a higher education]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 63:7-9,13; Box 77:2-3
  3. S. 462/January 17, 1961 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to remove the limitation upon the amount of outside income which an individual may earn while receiving benefits under such a title]; see also Box 52:7-8; Box 63:2; Box 77:6; Box 98:1
  4. S. 503/January 17, 1961 [To allow additional income tax exemptions for a taxpayer or a spouse, or a dependent child under 23 years of age, who is a full-time student at an educational institution above the secondary level]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 51:3; Box 63:8-9, 11; Box 77:2-3
  5. S. 529/January 23, 1961 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for more effective evaluation of the fiscal requirements of the executive agencies of the Government of the United States;] see also Box 38;7; Box 54:1; Box 77:7; Box 81:22; Box 90:4
  6. S. 610/January 26, 1961 [To strengthen the domestic and foreign commerce of the United States by providing for the establishment of an Office of International Travel within the Department of Commerce and a Travel Advisory Board]
  7. S. 636/January 26, 1961 [To provide for loan insurance on loans to students in higher education]; see also Box 70:2; Box 77:5
  8. S. 723/January 31, 1961 [To authorize the appropriation of funds to assist the States in financing a minimum foundation program of public elementary and secondary school education, in order to more nearly equalize education opportunities, improve teachers' salaries, construct schools, and otherwise improve the quality of such education]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 82:3-4; Box 86:1; Box 103:13; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8

Box 72

  1. S. 818/February 6, 1961 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to remove the manufacturers' excise tax on croquet balls and mallets]
  2. S. 819/February 6, 1961 [To provide for suitable works of art in Federal buildings]; see also Box 63:6
  3. S. 846/February 9, 1961 [To amend the Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933, to permit Federal savings and loan associations to invest in or lend to business development credit corporations]
  4. S. 893/February 9, 1961 [To authorize the Administrator of General Services to assist in the planning and financing of the construction of country agricultural buildings]; see also Box 30:5; Box 51:6; Box 63:1
  5. S. J. Res. 50/February 16, 1961 [Providing for the erection of an equestrian statue of General Robert E. Lee on the grounds of the Curtis-Lee Mansion, Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia]
  6. S. J. Res. 51/February 16, 1961 [Authorizing the creation of a commission to consider and formulate plans for the construction in the District of Columbia of an appropriate permanent memorial to the memory of Woodrow Wilson;
  7. S. Res. 89/February 16, 1961 [Relative to the death of Representative W. F. Norrell of Arkansas]
  8. S. 977/February 16, 1961 [To amend title 38 of the United States Code in order to provide a two-year period during which certain veterans may be granted national service life insurance]; see also Box 47:2; Box 52:5; Box 64:4; Box 68:3; Box 75:11; Box 76:3
  9. S. 1021/February 20, 1961 [To authorize a program of Federal financial assistance for education]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 71:8; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 82:2; Box 86:1; Box 103:13; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8
  10. S. 1083/February 28, 1961 [To amend the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, so as to authorize the designation of air freight forwarders and international air freight forwarders as carriers of bonded merchandise]
  11. S. 1154/March 2, 1961 [To provide for the improvement and strengthening of the international relations of the United States by promoting better mutual understanding among the people of the world through educational and cultural exchanges (Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961)]
  12. S. 1155/March 2, 1961 [Authorizing the establishment of the Fort Smith National Historic Site, in the State of Arkansas, and for other purposes]
  13. S. 1215/March 7, 1961 [To amend the Mutual Defense Assistance Control Act of 1951]
  14. S. 1241/March 7, 1961 [To authorize assistance to public and other nonprofit institutions of higher education in financing the construction, rehabilitation, or improvement of needed academic and related facilities, and to authorize scholarships for undergraduate study in such institutions]; see also Box 93:7; Box 113:10

Box 73

  1. S. 1245/March 7, 1961 [To amend title IV ("Housing for Educational Institutions") of the Housing Act of 1950, as amended]; see also Box 44:2; Box 53:4; Box 58:2; Box 60:6-7; Box 69:2
  2. S. 1321/March 14, 1961 [To amend the Navy ration statute so as to provide for the serving of oleomargarine or margarine]; see also Box 36:2; Box 67:6
  3. S. 1412/March 22, 1961 [To authorize the Administrator of General Services to convey certain land situated in the State of Arkansas to the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas]; see also Box 26:3
  4. S. 1506/April 6, 1961 [To authorize the appropriation of $1,500,000 as an ex gratia payment to the City of New York to assist in defraying the extraordinary and unprecedented expenses incurred during the fifteenth General Assembly of the United Nations]; see also Box 110:17
  5. S. 1507/April 6, 1961 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropriations, and for other reasons]; see also Box 64:1; Box 76:1; Box 78:8; Box 80:9; Box 85:9; Box 118:11
  6. S. J. Res. 73/April 13, 1961 [To promote the foreign commerce of the United States through the use of ships, and other appropriate craft and motor vehicles for traveling trade fairs]
  7. S. J. Res. 75/April 18, 1961 [Providing for acceptance by the United States of America of the Agreement for the Establishment of the Caribbean Organization signed by the Governments of the Republic of France, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America]
  8. S. 1702/April 24, 1961 [Granting the consent and approval of Congress to the Southern Interstate Nuclear Compact, and for related purposes]
  9. S. 1779/May 3, 1961 [Amending the Act authorizing appropriations for United States membership in the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization]
  10. S. 1865/May 15, 1961 [To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 as amended]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 13-14; Box 44:12; Box 45;1; Box 50:2-3; Box 119:12; Box 124:10
  11. S. 1948/May 23, 1961 [To provide for the issuance of a special postage stamp in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the Battle of Pea Ridge]
  12. S. 1983/May 26, 1961 [To promote the foreign policy, security, and general welfare of the United States by assisting peoples of the world in their efforts towards economic and social development and internal and external security; and for other purposes (foreign aid bill)]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  13. S. 1987/May 29, 1961 [To amend the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949]; see also Box 78:9; Box 101:11
  14. S. 2000/June 1, 1961 [To provide for a Peace Corps to help the peoples of interested countries and areas in meeting their needs for skilled manpower]; see also Box 75:3; Box 81:1; Box 91:8; Box 95:6; Box 105:1; Box 110:8; Box 111:3-4; Box 119:10

Box 74

  1. S. 1922 (Amendment)/June 6, 1961 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright...to the bill (S. 1922) to assist in the provision of housing for moderate and low income families, to promote orderly urban development, to extend and amend laws relating to housing, urban renewal, and community facilities, and for other purposes]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing]
  2. H. R. 6713 (Amendment)/June 14, 1961 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright...to the bill (H. R. 6713) to amend certain laws relating to Federal-aid highway program, and for other purposes]; see also Box 50:6; Box 91:4; Box 118:8
  3. S. 2289/July 20, 1961 [Relating to the application of the terms "gross income from mining" and "ordinary treatment processes normally applied by mine owners or operators in order to obtain the commercially marketable mineral product or products" to certain clays and shale for taxable years beginning before December 14, 1959]
  4. S. 2295/July 24, 1961 [To amend the Act entitled "An Act for the organization, improvement, and maintenance of the National Zoological Park," approved April 30, 1890]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  5. S. 2341/July 31, 1961 [To provide (1) criminal penalties for the counterfeiting of phonograph records and (2) civil remedies for infringement of mechanical rights in copyrighted music]
  6. S. 2351/July 31, 1961 [To amend the joint resolution of July 14, 1960, enabling the United States to participate in the resettlement of certain refugees]
  7. S. 2423/August 15, 1961 [To provide for the appointment of a representative of the United States to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and for other purposes]
  8. S. J. Res. 133/September 7, 1961 [To provide for the coinage of a medal in recognition of the distinguished service of Sam Rayburn, Speaker of the House of Representatives]
  9. S. 2393 (Amendments in the Nature of a Substitute)/September 111, 1961 [Intended to be proposed by...to the bill (S.2393) to extend for one year the temporary provisions of Public Laws 518 and 874 relating to Federal assistance in the construction and operation of schools in federally impacted areas and to provide for the application of such laws to American Samoa]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9; Box 78:15; Box 82:2: Box 86:1; Box 103:13; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8
  10. S. 2563/September 15, 1961 [To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to permit certain property to be used for State forestry work, and for other purposes]; see also Box 74:13
  11. S. J. Res. 142/September 22, 1961 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women]; see also Box 54:3; Box 78:7; Box 91;13; Box 100:1; Box 108:2-3
  12. S. 2624/September 23, 1961 [To increase the supply of available investment capital for the financing of sales and rental housing by extending to certain corporate obligations Federal Housing Administration insurance benefits similar to those available for mortgages]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  13. S. 2638/September 26, 1961 [To authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to permit certain property to be used for State forestry work, and for other purposes]; see also Box 74:10
  14. S. Res. 246 (Report Nos. 1118, 1132)/January 15, January 25, 1962 [To authorize a continuing study of United States foreign policy]
  15. S. Res. 247 (Report Nos. 1119, 1133)/January 15, January 25, 1962 [To provide assistance to members of the Senate in connection with interparliamentary activities and reception of foreign officials]
  16. S. 2730/January 23, 1962 [To waive the limitations and restrictions of section 142 of title 28, United States Code, with respect to the holding of court at Fayetteville, Arkansas by the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas]
  17. S. Res. 290/January 31, 1962 [To print, with additional copies, a pamphlet entitled "Commonwealth Parliamentary Association meeting, London, England, 1961"]

Box 75

  1. S. 2859/February 19, 1962 [To amend the Federal Crop Insurance Act, as amended, in order to increase the number of new counties in which crop insurance may be offered each year]; see also Box 77:1
  2. S. 2883/February 22, 1962 [To modify the project for the Beaver Reservoir on the White River, Arkansas, to permit construction of certain water supply facilities]
  3. S. 2935/March 1, 1962 [To amend the Peace Corps Act]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  4. S. Con. Res. 62/March 8, 1962 [Commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of soil conservation districts]
  5. S. 2996/March 14, 1962 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  6. S. 2997/March 14, 1962 [To amend the United Nations Participation Act of 1945, as amended]; see also Box 78:11; Box 81:8
  7. S. 3117/April 4, 1962 [To promote the coordination and development of effective Federal and State programs relating to outdoor recreation, and to provide financial assistance to the States for outdoor recreation planning, and for other purposes (Outdoor Recreation Act of 1962)]
  8. S. 3152/April 1962 [To provide for the nutritional enrichment and sanitary packaging of rice prior to its distribution under certain Federal programs, including the national school lunch program]
  9. S. 3252/May 3, 1962 [To amend the Communications Act of 1934, as amended]; see also Box 103:12; Box 106:4; Box 121:11, 13
  10. S. 3273/May 9, 1962 [To amend the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended]; see also Box 75:18; Box 78:10; Box 81:16; Box 105:13; Box 109:7; Box 120:7
  11. S. 3289/May 14, 1962 [To amend title 38, United States Code, to permit, for one year, the granting of national service life insurance to veterans heretofore eligible for such insurance]; see also Box 47:2; Box 52:5; Box 64:4; Box 68:3; Box 72:8; Box 76:3
  12. S. 3329/ May 21, 1962 [To authorize payment to the Government of the Philippines; see also Box 69:9]
  13. S. 3225 (Amendments)/May 23, 1962 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the Bill (S. 3225) to improve and protect farm income, to reduce costs of farm programs to the Federal Government, to reduce the Federal Government's excessive stocks of agricultural commodities, to maintain reasonable and stable prices of agricultural commodities and products to consumers, to provide adequate supplies of agricultural commodities for domestic and foreign needs, to conserve natural resources, and for other purposes]; see also Box 92:3; Box 117:3
  14. S. J. Res. 190/May 24, 1962 [Authorizing the acquisition of certain property in the District of Columbia and its conveyance to the International Monetary Fund, on a full reimbursement basis, for use in expansion of its headquarters]
  15. H. R. 10606 (Amendments)/June 20, 1962 [Intended to be proposed by...to the bill (H. R. 10606) to extend and improve the public assistance and child welfare services programs of the Social Security Act, and for other purposes]
  16. S. 3459/June 21, 1962 [to authorize the appointment of one additional Assistant Secretary of State]
  17. S. 3477/June 27, 1962 [To promote the security and welfare of the people of the United States by providing for a program to assist the several States in further developing their programs of general university extension education]
  18. S. 3489/June 28, 1962 [To amend the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 75:10; Box 78:10, Box 81:16; Box 105:13; Box 109:7; Box 120:7
  19. S. 3506/July 5, 1962 [To amend the National Housing Act to prohibit the inclusion of draperies and carpeting as part of the mortgage security in the case of Federal Housing Administration - insured mortgages covering multifamily rental housing projects]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing

Box 76

  1. S. 1507 (Amendment)/July 5, 1962 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright...to the bill (S. 1507) to amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropriations, and for other reasons]; see also Box 64:1; Box 73:5; Box 78:8; Box 118:11; Box 123:15
  2. S. J. Res. 214/August 7, 1962 [Authorizing the President of the United States to designate the period from November 26, 1962, through December 2, 1962, as National Cultural Center Week]; see also Box 58:6-7; Box 59:1-4; Box 62:2; Box 67:7; Box 79:7-6; Box 80:10-12; Box 94:8; Box 112:14
  3. S. 3597/August 16, 1962 [To amend title 38, United States Code, to permit, for one year, the granting of national service life insurance to certain veterans heretofore eligible for such insurance]; see also Box 47:2; Box 52:5; Box 64:4; Box 68:3; Box 72:8
  4. S. 3659/August 21, 1962 [To amend section 5 of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act, as amended, to provide a definition of the term "age" as used in the labeling and advertising of whiskey]; see also Box 33:1; Box 77:8-11; Box 92:14; Box 93:1-2
  5. S. 3679 (Report No. 2263)/August 27, October 2, 1962 [Authorizing an appropriation to enable the United States to extend an invitation to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to hold a World Food Congress in the United States in 1963]
  6. S. 3/January 14, 1963 [To establish rules of interpretation governing questions of the effect of Acts of Congress on State laws]; see also Box 62:4; Box 70:8
  7. S. 5/January 14, 1963 [Part I] [To provide readjustment assistance to veterans who serve in the Armed Forces during the induction period (Cold War Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act)]; see also Box 42:5; Box 78:8; Box 81:23; Box 82:1; Box 110:18
  8. S. 13/January 14, 1963 [To authorize the Administrator of General Services to convey certain land situated in the State of Arkansas to the city of Fayetteville, Arkansas]; see also Box 26:3; Box 73:3]
  9. S. J. Res. 17/January 15, 1963 [To designate the lake to be formed by the waters impounded by the Flaming Gorge Dam, Utah, and the recreation area contiguous to such lake in the States of Wyoming and Utah, as "O'Mahoney Lake and Recreation Area"]

Box 77

  1. S. 277/January 16, 1963 [To amend the Federal Crop Insurance Act, as amended, in order to increase the number of new counties in which crop insurance may be offered each year]; see also Box 75:1
  2. S. 278/January 16, 1963 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 so as to allow a taxpayer to deduct certain expenses incurred by him in obtaining a higher education]; see also Box 49:9; Box 50:1; Box 51:3-4; Box 63:8-9, 11; Box 71:6,8; Box 77:3
  3. S. 279/January 16, 1963 [To allow additional income tax exemptions for a taxpayer or a spouse, or a dependent child under 23 years of age who is a full-time student at an educational institution above the secondary level]; see also Box 49:10; Box 50:1; Box 51:3-4; Box 63:11; Box 77:2
  4. S. 280/January 16, 1963 [For the relief of Etsuko Matsuo McClellan]
  5. S. 390/January 21, 1963 [To provide for loan insurance on loans to students in higher education]
  6. S. 425/January 22, 1963 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to remove the limitation upon the amount of outside income which an individual may earn while receiving benefits under such title]; see also Box 52:7-8; Box 63:2; Box 71:3; Box 98:1; Box 115:13
  7. S. 537/January 25, 1963 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for more effective evaluation of the fiscal requirements of the executive agencies of the Government of the United States]; see also Box 38:7; Box 54:1; Box 71:5; Box 81:22; Box 90:4
  8. S. 645/January 31, 1963 [To amend section 5 of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act, as amended, to provide a definition of the term "age" as used in the labeling and advertising of whiskey]; see also Box 33:1; Box 76:4; Box 77:9-11; Box 92:14; Box 93:1-2. Part I
  9. S. 645/January 31, 1963. Part II
  10. S. 645/January 31, 1963. Part III
  11. S. 645/January 31, 1963. Part IV

Box 78

  1. S. 646/January 31, 1963 [To prohibit the location of chanceries or other business offices of foreign governments in certain residential areas in the District of Columbia]; see also Box 78:2; Box 85:16; Box 91:15; Box 96:5; Box 115:15; Box 118:13. Part I
  2. S. 646/January 31, 1963. Part II
  3. S. 647/January 31, 1963 [To authorize payment of a claim made by the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland]
  4. S. 808/February 18, 1963 [To amend the Act entitled "An Act to authorize the setting aside of an area within the Canal Zone to preserve and conserve its natural features for scientific study, for providing and maintaining facilities for such study, and for other purposes," approved July 2, 1940]
  5. S. 809/February 18, 1963 [To amend the Act of October 24, 1951 (65 Stat. 634), as amended (40 U.S.C. 193(n)-(w), relating to the Smithsonian Institution and its constituent bureaus]; see also Box 74:4; Box 83:2-5; Box 85:11; Box 87:2-4; Box 94:7; Box 96:2,16; Box 97:4,11; Box 98:3,8-10; Box 104:9-10; Box 110;2; Box 111:5; Box 112:2; Box 120:13; Box 121:5,12
  6. S. J. Res. 44/ February 18, 1963 [To provide for the reappointment of John Nicholas Brown as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105;3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  7. S. J. Res. 45/February 18, 1963 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women]; see also Box 54:3; Box 74:11; Box 85:2; Box 91:13; Box 100:1; Box 108;2-3
  8. S. 946/February 28, 1963 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropriations, and for other purposes]; see also Box 64;1; Box 73:5; Box 76:1; Box 80:9; Box 85:8; Box 96:10; Box 118:11; Box 123:15
  9. S. 947/February 28, 1963 [To amend the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949, as amended, to provide for the timely determination of certain claims of American nationals settled by the United States-Polish claims agreement of July 16, 1960, and for other purposes]; see also Box 73:13; Box 101:11; Box 114:3; Box 123:4
  10. S. 948/February 28, 1963 [To amend the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:11; Box 120:7
  11. S. 949/February 28, 1963 [To amend the "United Nations Participation Act," as amended (63 Stat. 734-736);] see also Box 75:6; Box 81:8
  12. S. J. Res. 64/March 25, 1963 [To amend the joint resolution providing for United States participation in the International Bureau for the Protection of Industrial Property]; see also Box 68:6; Box 111:2
  13. S. 1238/April 1, 1963 [To amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, with respect to the purposes for which surplus personal property may be donated]; see also Box 82:8; Box 93:6; Box 97:13
  14. S. 1276/April 4, 1963 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  15. S. 1343/April 23, 1963 [Providing for the improvement of public education]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 82:2; Box 86:1; Box 103:13; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8

Box 79

  1. S. 1510/May 13, 1963 [Authorizing modification of the Dardanelle lock and dam project, Arkansas, with particular reference to sewer facilities for the city of Russellville, Arkansas]
  2. S. 1512/May 13, 1963 [To authorize one additional Assistant Secretary of State, and for other purposes]
  3. S. 1548/May 16, 1963 [To modify the project for flood control and improvement of the lower Mississippi River and tributaries]; see also Box 68:7
  4. S. 1603/May 27, 1963 [To amend the Bretton Woods Agreements Act to authorize the United States Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development to vote for an increase in the Bank's authorized capital stock]; see also Box 64:3; Box 83:13-14; Box 96:9; Box 105:11; Box 120:10
  5. S. 1627/May 28, 1963 [To enable the United States to contribute its share of the expenses of the International Commission for Supervision and Control in Laos as provided in article 18 of the protocol to the declaration on the neutrality of Laos]; see also Box 105:9
  6. S. 1652/June 4, 1963 [To amend the National Cultural Center Act to extend the termination date contained therein, and to enlarge the Board of Trustees]; see also Box 58:6-7; Box 59:1-4; Box 62:2; Box 67:7; Box 80:10-12; Box 94:8; Box 112:14
  7. S. 1672/June 6, 1963 [To provide assistance to certain States bordering the Mississippi River in the construction of the Great River Road]; see also Box 85:9
  8. S. 1761/June 24, 1963 [To phase out the use of Mexican agricultural workers under title V of the Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended]
  9. S. 1910/July 18, 1963 [To authorize certain retired and other personnel of the United States Government to accept and wear decorations, presents, and other things tendered them by certain foreign governments]; see also Box 66:4; Box 85:14
  10. S. 1916/July 18, 1963 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps

Box 80

  1. S. 1917/July 18, 1963 [To provide authority to protect heads of foreign states and other designated officials]
  2. S. J. Res. 108/August 2, 1963 [To amend the joint resolution providing for membership and participation by the United States in the South Pacific Commission]; see also Box 83:17; Box 114:13
  3. S. 2129/September 10, 1963 [To provide for participation by the Government of the United States in (1) the Hague Conference on Private International Law and (2) the International (Rome) Institute for the Unification of Private Law; and authorizing respectively appropriations therefore]
  4. S. 2136/September 10, 1963 [To amend the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 82:9
  5. S. J. Res. 120/September 20, 1963 [Providing for the recognition and endorsement of the Seventeenth International Publishers Congress]
  6. S. 2180/September 25, 1963 [To amend title VII of the Public Health Service Act so as to extend to qualified schools of optometry and students of optometry those provisions thereof relating to student loan programs]; see also Box 104:19; Box 109:9; Box 123:11; Box 125:1; Box 126:7
  7. S. 2213/October 7, 1963 [To provide certain basic authority for the United States Information Agency]; see also Box 63:12; Box 85:6; Box 93:11; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 118:16; Box 122:16
  8. S. 2214/October 7, 1963 [To amend the International Development Association Act to authorize the United States to participate in an increase in the resources of the international Development Association]; see also Box 58:5; Box 69:6; Box 76:7; Box 110:15; Box 122:13
  9. S. 2266/October 29, 1963 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act of 1926]; see also Box 64:1; Box 73:5; Box 76:1; Box 78:8; Box 85:7; Box 118:11
  10. S. J. Res. 136/December 3, 1963 [Providing for renaming the National Cultural Center as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and authorizing an appropriation therefore]; see also Box 58:6-7; Box 59:1-4; Box 62:2; Box 67:7; Box 76:2; Box 94:8; Box 112:14. Part I
  11. S. J. Res. 136/ December 3, 1963. Part II
  12. S. J. Res. 136/December 3, 1963. Part III
  13. S. 2435/January 16, 1964 [For the relief of Captain Stanley Wing Handford, United States Navy]; see also Box 82:5

Box 81

  1. S. 2455/January 22, 1964 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612) as amended]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  2. S. 2589/March 3, 1964 [To amend further the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948, as amended]; see also Box 44:11; Box 45:2; Box 67:1; Box 85:10; Box 91:7
  3. S. 2649/March 18, 1964 [To designate as the Graham Burke Pumping Plant the pumping plant being constructed in the State of Arkansas as part of the White River backwater unit of the Lower Mississippi River flood control project]
  4. S. 2658/March 19, 1964 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  5. S. 2659/March 19, 1964 [To provide for technical cooperation and development grants to less developed friendly countries and areas, and for other purposes]
  6. S. 2660/March 19, 1964 [To provide for additional investment guaranties and surveys of investment opportunities under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  7. S. 2661/March 19, 1964 [To authorize certain grant assistance under the Alliance for Progress, and for other purposes]
  8. S. 2662/March 19, 1964 [To amend the United Nations Participation Act of 1945, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 75:6; Box 78:11
  9. S. 2663/March 19, 1964 [To authorize appropriations for supporting assistance pursuant to the terms of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  10. S. 2664/March 19, 1964 [To authorize an appropriation to the President's Contingency Fund pursuant to the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  11. S. 2665/March 19, 1964 [To provide for military assistance to friendly countries and international organizations, and for other purposes]
  12. S. 2666/March 19, 1964 [To provide for better administration of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  13. S. 2727/April 10, 1964 [Authorizing modification of the Greers Ferry Dam and Reservoir, White River Basin, Arkansas, in the interest of recreational development, and for other purposes]; see also Box 82:1
  14. Amendment to Cotton Bill Introduced May 4, 1964
  15. S. 2902/June 11, 1964 [To authorize the expenditure of appropriated funds for insurance covering the operation of motor vehicles in foreign countries]; see also Box 86:5
  16. S. 2983/July 8, 1964 [To amend the Foreign Service Act and the Federal Employees International Service Act]; see also Box 75:11, 18; Box 78:10; Box 96:13; Box 105:13; Box 109:7; Box 120:7
  17. S. 3074 (Report Number 1304)/August 4, 1964 [To give the consent to Congress of the construction of certain international bridges]; see also Box 90:7; Box 105:8
  18. S. J. Res. 189/August 5, 1964 [To promote the maintenance of international peace and security in southeast Asia]
  19. S. 3174/September 8, 1964 [To amend section 5 of the Employment Act of 1946]
  20. S. J. Res. 199/September 8, 1964 [To authorize a contribution to certain inhabitants of the Ryukyu Islands for death and injury of persons, and for use of and damage to private property, arising from acts and omissions of the United States Armed Forces, or members thereof, after August 15, 1945, and before April 28, 1952]; see also Box 82:3
  21. S. Res. 369/September 10, 1964 [To print additional copies of a committee print entitled "East-West Trade—A Compilation of Views of Businessmen, Bankers, and Academic Experts"]
  22. S. 2 (Report No. 6)/January 6, 26, 1965 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for more effective evaluation of the fiscal requirements of the executive agencies of the Government of the United States]; see also Box 38:7; Box 54:1; Box 71:5; Box 77:7; Box 90:4
  23. S. 9/January 6, 1965 [To provide readjustment assistance to veterans who serve in the Armed Forces during the induction period (Cold War Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act)]; see also Box 42:5; Box 70:10; Box 76:7-8; Box 89:2-3; Box 110:18; Box 123:5

Box 82

  1. S. 29/January 6, 1965 [Authorizing modification of the Greers Ferry Dam and Reservoir, White River Basin, Arkansas, in the interest of recreational development and for other purposes]; see also Box 81:13
  2. S. 370/January 12, 1965 [To strengthen and improve educational quality and educational opportunities in the nation's elementary and secondary schools]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 86:1; Box 103:13; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8<
  3. S. J. Res. 32/January 22, 1965 [To authorize a contribution to certain inhabitants of the Ryukyu Islands for death and injury of persons, and for use of and damage to private property, arising from acts and omissions of the United States Armed Forces, or members thereof, after August 15, 1945, and before April 28, 1952]; see also Box 81:20
  4. S. 669/January 22, 1965 [For the relief of Katherine Robbins]; see also Box 91:12
  5. S. 670/January 22, 1965 [For the relief of Captain Stanley Wing Handford, United States Navy]; see also Box 80:13
  6. S. 672/January 22, 1965 [To amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, as amended, in order to increase the authorization for appropriations]; see also Box 95:7; Box 105:6; Box 113:8; Box 114:2
  7. S. 693/January 26, 1965 [To amend the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938, as amended]; see also Box 80:4
  8. S. 707/January 26, 1965 [To amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended, with respect to the purposes for which surplus personal property may be donated]; see also Box 78:13; Box 93:6; Box 97:13
  9. S. 805/January 28, 1965 [To amend the Inter-American Development Bank Act to authorize the United States to participate in an increase in the resources of the Fund for Special Operations of the Inter-American Development Bank]; see also Box 67:3; Box 93:4; Box 95:13; Box 106:3; Box 109:4
  10. S. 922/February 1, 1965 [To amend the Act of October 4, 1961 (Public Law 87-303) so as to permit the use within Canada of certain funds appropriated pursuant to such Act for the conservation of migratory waterfowl]
  11. S. 1057/February 9, 1965 [To authorize the use of excess Government-owned foreign currencies to finance the establishment abroad of binational foundations for educational and scientific purposes]; see also Box 104:4

Box 83

  1. S. J. Res. 46/February 10, 1965 [To provide for the reappointment of Robert V. Fleming as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-5; Box 126:2
  2. S. J. Res. 56/February 25, 1965 [Authorizing the President to proclaim the occasion of the bicentennial celebration of the birth of James Smithson]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  3. S. 1294/February 25, 1965 [To amend the Act of July 2, 1940 (54 Stat. 724; 20 U.S.C. 79-79e), to authorize such appropriations to the Smithsonian Institution as are necessary in carrying out its functions under said Act, and for other purposes]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  4. S. 1295/February 25, 1965 [To authorize the erection of a statue memorializing Spencer F. Baird, the second Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  5. S. 1310/March 1, 1965 [Relating to the National Museum of the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  6. S. 1367/March 4, 1965 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  7. S. 1368/March 4, 1965 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  8. S. 1412/March 8, 1965 [For the relief of military and civilian personnel whose personal property was damaged or lost by fire while stored pursuant to Government orders in a commercial warehouse]
  9. S. 1605/March 25, 1965 [Authorizing additional appropriations for prosecution of projects in certain comprehensive river basin plans for flood control, navigation, and other purposes]
  10. S. 1648/April 1, 1965 [To provide grants for public works and development facilities, other financial assistance, and the planning and coordination needed to alleviate conditions of substantial and persistent unemployment and underemployment in economically distressed areas and regions (Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965)]; see also Box 91:5; Box 99:5-6; Box 109:2
  11. S. 1671/April 1, 1965 [To amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961 in order to increase the amount for which loans may be made under such Act for fish farming]; see also Box 53:5-8; Box 92:10; Box 95:2; Box 105:10; Box 111:1; Box 119:5. Part I
  12. S. 1671/April 1, 1965. Part II
  13. S. 1672/April 1, 1965 [To amend the Bretton Woods Agreement Act to authorize an increase in the International Monetary Fund quota of the United States]; see also Box 64:3; Box 96:9; Box 105:11; Box 120:10
  14. S. 1742/April 7, 1965 [To authorize the United States Governor to agree to amendments to the articles of agreement of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the International Finance Corporation, and for other purposes]; see also Box 64:3; Box 105:11; Box 120:10
  15. S. 1760/April 9, 1965 [To authorize the acceptance of a settlement of certain indebtedness of Greece to the United States and to authorize the use of payments resulting from the settlement for a cultural and educational exchange program (Greek Loan of 1929 Settlement Act)]
  16. S. 1766/April 13, 1965 [To amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961 to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to make or insure loans to public and quasi-public agencies and corporations not operated for profit with respect to water supply and water systems serving rural areas and to make grants to aid in rural community development planning and in connection with the construction of such community facilities, to increase the annual aggregate of insured loans thereunder, and for other purposes]; see also Box 92:10; Box 95:2; Box 105:10; Box 111:1
  17. S. J. Res. 71/April 28, 1965 [To amend the joint resolution of January 28, 1948, providing for membership and participation by the United States in the South Pacific Commission]; see also Box 80:2; Box 114:13

Box 84

  1. S. 600 (Amendment)/April 28, 1965 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 6090, a bill to strengthen the educational resources of our colleges and universities and to provide financial assistance for students in post secondary and higher education]; see also Box 72:14; Box 93:7; Box 113:10. Part I
  2. S. 600/April 28, 1965. Part II
  3. S. 600/April 28, 1965. Part III
  4. S. 1564 (Amendment)/April 28, 1965 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright for himself and Mr. McClellan) to S. 1564, a bill to enforce the fifteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United States]
  5. S. 1837 (Report Number 170)/April 28, 1965 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid

Box 85

  1. S. 1969/May 13, 1965 [To amend the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965 with respect to entrance, admission, and other recreation user fees and charges authorized thereunder]; see also Box 94:6; Box 119:3-4
  2. S. J. Res. 85/May 24, 1965 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women]; see also Box 54:3; Box 74:11; Box 78:7; Box 91:13; Box 100:1
  3. S. 2031/May 25, 1965 [To amend the Act of Congress approved August 7, 1935 (Public Law 253), as amended, concerning United States contributions to the International Council of Scientific Unions and certain associated unions]
  4. S. 2054 (Report Number 267)/May 27, 1965 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended and for other purposes]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  5. S. 2067/June 1, 1965 [To amend Chapter 35, relating to war orphans' educational assistance, of title 38, United States Code, so as to increase the educational assistance allowances paid under such chapter]
  6. S. 2071/June 2, 1965 [To provide certain basic authority for the United States Information Agency]; see also Box 63:12; Box 80:7; Box 93:11; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 118:16; Box 122:16
  7. S. 2072/June 2, 1965 [To authorize a contribution by the United States to the International Committee of the Red Cross]
  8. S. 2073/June 2, 1965 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropriations, and for other purposes]; see also Box 64:1; Box 73:5; Box 76:1; Box 78:8; Box 80:9; Box 118:11; Box 123:15
  9. S. 2143/June 14, 1965 [To provide assistance to certain States bordering the Mississippi River in the construction of the Great River Road]; see also Box 79:7
  10. S. 2256/July 8, 1965 [To amend further section 1011 of the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948, as amended ]; see also Box 44:11; Box 45:2; Box 67:1; Box 81:2; Box 91:7; Box 114:15
  11. S. 2266/July 9, 1965 [To authorize the Attorney General to transfer to the Smithsonian Institution title to certain objects of art]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  12. S. 2320/July 22, 1965 [To complement the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations]; see also Box 92:12; Box 126;1
  13. S. J. Res. 106 (Report No. 647)/August 25, 1965 [To allow the showing in the United States of the United States Information Agency film "John F. Kennedy—Years of Lightning, Day of Drums"]
  14. S. 2463/August 26, 1965 [To grant the consent of the Congress to the acceptance of certain gifts and decorations from foreign governments, and for other purposes (Foreign Gifts and Decorations Act)]; see also Box 66:4; Box 79:9
  15. H. R. 11135 (Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute)/October 7, 1965 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 11135, an Act to amend and extend the provisions of the Sugar Act of 1948, as amended]; see also Box 111:8
  16. S. 2710/October 22, 1965 [To authorize the acquisition, transfer, conveyance, and lease of certain property in the District of Columbia for use as a headquarters site for the Organization of American States, as sites for other international organizations, and as sites for governments of foreign countries, and for other purposes]; see also Box 78:1-2; Box 91:15; Box 96:5; Box 115:15; Box 118:13
  17. S. 2777/January 17, 1966 [To amend the Social Security Act to eliminate the provisions which deny social security and hospital insurance benefits to uninsured individuals who are employees or members of certain organizations]

Box 86

  1. S. 2778/January 17, 1966 [To amend the Act providing financial assistance to local educational agencies for the education of children of low-income families in order to provide financial assistance for the education of orphans and other children lacking parental support]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:12; Box 82:2; Box 103:13; Box 104;1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8
  2. S. Con. Res. 71/January 19, 1966 [To approve selecting of the United States Olympic Committee and to support its recommendations that the State of Utah be designated as the site for the 1972 winter Olympic games]
  3. S. 2793/January 19, 1966 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid]
  4. S. 2794/January 19, 1966 [To provide for the participation of the United States in the Asian Development Bank]; see also Box 105:5; Box 109:5; Box 121:8; Box 122:14
  5. S. 2856/February 1, 1966 [To authorize the expenditure of appropriated funds for insurance covering the operation of motor vehicles in foreign countries]; see also Box 81:15
  6. S. 2859/February 2, 1966 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  7. S. 2861/February 2, 1966 [To promote the foreign policy, security, and general welfare of the United States by assisting peoples of the world in their efforts toward internal and external security ]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  8. S. 2951/February 21, 1966 [To amend title V of the Social Security Act to provide a grant-in-aid program to assist the States in furnishing aid and services with respect to children under foster care]; see also Box 91:11
  9. S. 2958/February 23, 1966 [To make certain expenditures made by the city of Little Rock, Arkansas, eligible as local grants-in-aid for purposes of title I of the Housing Act of 1949]
  10. S. J. Res. 144 (Report No. 1316)/March 9, June 24, 1966 [To authorize the President to designate October 31 of each year as National UNICEF Day]; see also Box 88:6; Box 92:2

Box 87

  1. S. 3076/March 14, 1966 [To extend and amend the Library Services and Construction Act]
  2. S. J. Res. 147/March 21, 1966 [Expressing endorsement of Congress for the establishment under the auspices of the Smithsonian Institution of an International Center for Advanced Study in the nation's capital]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  3. S. 3229/April 18, 1966 [To establish rates of compensation for certain positions within the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  4. S. 3230/April 18, 1966 [To authorize the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution to negotiate cooperative agreements granting concessions at the National Zoological Park to certain nonprofit organizations and to accept voluntary services of such organizations or of individuals, and for other purposes]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  5. S. 3247/April 20, 1966 [To provide certain increases in annuities payable from the Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund, and for other purposes]; see also Box 90:8; Box 91:9; Box 93:12
  6. S. Res. 252/April 28, May 3, 1966 [Extending birthday greetings to the Honorable Harry S. Truman upon the occasion of his eighty-second birthday]
  7. S. 3303/May 3, 1966 [To authorize on-the-job training programs, on-the-farm training programs, and certain flight training under Chapter 34 of title 38, United States Code, to increase the educational assistance allowances paid under such chapter, and for other purposes]
  8. S. 3377/May 19, 1966 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States; to provide standards for the issuance, denial and revocation of passports by the Secretary of State and for other purposes; see also Box 56:2-3; Box 92:7
  9. S. Res. 268/May 19, 1966 [Relative to appointment of a commission to study the Selective Service System and make recommendations thereon]
  10. S. 3418/May 26, 1966 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended and for other purposes]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  11. S. 3498/June 15, 1966 [To facilitate the carrying out of the obligations of the United States under the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes Between States and National of Other States, signed on August 27, 1965, and for other purposes]
  12. S. J. Res. 167/June 15, 1966 [To enable the United States to organize and hold an International Conference on Water for Peace in the United States in 1967 and authorize an appropriation therefor]
  13. S. 3557/June 27, 1966 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with respect to the income tax treatment of business development corporation]
  14. S. 3583 (Report No. 1358)/July 7, 1966 [Part I] [To promote the foreign policy, security, and general welfare of the United States by assisting peoples of the world in their efforts toward internal and external security]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid [Contains S. 3584 (Report No. 1359)/July 7, 1966; to amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]

Box 88

  1. S. Res. 282/July 12, 1966 [To authorize a study of needs and costs of remedial action to restore the original Capitol, and of the west-central front extension of the Capitol]
  2. S. 3714/August 11, 1966 [To establish an annual or biannual national housing goal]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  3. S. Res. 300/August 31, September 7, 16, 1966 [To express the sense of the Senate with respect to troop deployment in Europe]; see also Box 90:3; Box 104:6
  4. S. 3827/September 13, 1966 [To authorize the appropriation of an increased contribution by the United States for the support of the International Bureau for the Publication of Customs Tarriffs]; see also Box 92:13
  5. S. 3847/September 21, 1966 [To authorize certain officers of the Department of State and the Foreign Service to administer oaths in the performance of their official duties]
  6. S. J. Res. 194/September 21, 1966 [To authorize the President to designate October 31 of each year as national UNICEP Day]; see also Box 86:10; Box 92:2
  7. S. Res. 316/October 19, 1966 [To express the sense of the Senate that the Joint Economic Committee should conduct a study concerning the adequacy of economic education in the United States]

Box 89

  1. S. 9/January 11, 1967 [To authorize on-the-job training programs, on-the-farm training programs, and certain flight training under chapter 34 of title 38, United States Code, to increase the educational assistance allowance paid under such chapter, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 16/January 11, 1967 [To provide additional readjustment assistance to veterans who served in the Armed Forces during the Vietnam era, and for other purposes (Veteran's Pension and Readjustment Assistance Act of 1967)]; see also Box 42:5; Box 76:7-8; Box 81:23; Box 110:18. Part I
  3. S. 16/January 11, 1967. Part II

Box 90

  1. S. 20/January 11, 1967 [To provide for a comprehensive review of national water resource problems and programs, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 217/January 12, 1967 [To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to designate within the Department of the Interior an officer to establish, coordinate, and administer programs authorized by this Act, for the reclamation, acquisition, and conservation of lands and water adversely affected by coal mining operations, and for other purposes]
  3. S. Res. 49/January 19, 1967 [To express the sense of the Senate with respect to troop deployment in Europe]; see also Box 88:3; Box 104:6
  4. S. 538/January 19, 1967 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for more effective evaluation of the fiscal requirements of the executive agencies of the Government of the United States]; see also Box 38:7; Box 54:1; Box 71:5; Box 77:7; Box 81:22
  5. S. 601/January 23, 1967 [To designate a pumping plant on the Saint Francis River, Arkansas, as the W. G. Huxtable Pumping Plant]
  6. S. 612/January 24, 1967 [To regulate imports of milk and dairy products, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 623/January 24, 1967 [To give the consent of Congress to the construction of certain international bridges]; see also Box 81:17; Box 105:8
  8. S. 624/January 24, 1967 [To provide certain increases in annuities payable from the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund, and for other purposes]; see also Box 87:5; Box 91:9; Box 93:12
  9. S. 625/January 24, 1967 [To amend title 10, United States Code, to permit members of the armed forces to accept fellowships, scholarships, or grants offered by a foreign government]
  10. S. 355 (Amendment)/January 26, 1967 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 355, a bill to improve the operation of the legislative branch of the Federal Government, and for other purposes]
  11. S. 704/January 30, 1967 [To provide for the establishment of the Buffalo National River in the State of Arkansas, and for other purposes]; see also Box 91:1-2; Box 99:1-3; Box 107:6-7; Box 108:1. Part I

Box 91

  1. S. 704/January 30, 1967. Part II
  2. S. 704/January 30, 1967. Part III
  3. S. 836/February 6, 1967 [To provide for the establishment of the National Foundation for the Social Sciences in order to promote research and scholarship in such sciences]; see also Box 98:2
  4. S. Con. Res. 10/February 15, 1967 [To restore Federal aid to highways]; see also Box 50:6; Box 74:2; Box 118:8
  5. S. 602 (Amendment)/February 20, 1967 [Intended to be proposed by...[Sen. Fulbright] to S. 602, a bill to revise and extend the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965]; see also Box 83:10; Box 99:5-6; Box 109:2
  6. S. 1029/February 20, 1967 [To improve certain benefits for employees who serve in high risk situations, and for other purposes]; see also Box 93:8
  7. S. 1030/February 20, 1967 [To amend furthe section 1011 of the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948, as amended]; see also Box 44:11; Box 45:2; Box 67:1; Box 81:2; Box 85:10; Box 114:15
  8. S. 1031/February 20, 1967 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  9. S. 1159/March 2, 1967 [To authorize (1) a transfer of credit between the Foreign Service retirement and disability system and the social security system and (2) social security minimum benefits for Foreign Service annuitants, and for other purposes]; see also Box 87:5; Box 90:8; Box 93:12
  10. S. 1181/March 6, 1967 [To exempt a member of the Armed Forces from service in a combat zone when such member is the sole surviving son of a family, and for other purposes]; see also Box 101:7
  11. S. 1186/March 6, 1967 [To amend title V of the Social Security Act to provide a grant-in-aid program to assist the States in furnishing aid and services with respect to children under foster care]; see also Box 86:8
  12. S. 1196/March 7, 1967 [For the relief of Katherine Robbins]; see also Box 82:4
  13. S. J. Res. 54/March 13, 1967 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women]; see also Box 54:3; Box 74:11; Box 78:7; Box 85:2; Box 100:1; Box 108:2-3
  14. S. 1264/March 14, 1967 [To provide specific support for voluntary family planning programs in friendly foreign nations]
  15. S. 1301/March 15, 1967 [To authorize the acquisitions, tranfer, conveyance, lease, and improvement of, and construction on, certain property in the District of Columbia for use as a headquarters site for the organization of American States, as sites for governments of foreign countries, and for other purposes]; see also Box 78:1-2; Box 85:16; Box 96:5; Box 115:15; Box 118:13

Box 92

  1. S. Res. 94/March 16, 1967 [To support certain objectives of the United States policy with respect to Latin America]
  2. S. J. Res. 56/March 20, 1967 [To authorize the President to designate October 31 of each year as National UNICEF Day]; see also Box 86:10; Box 88:6
  3. S. 1322/March 20, 1967 [To require the Secretary of Agriculture and the Director of the Bureau of the Budget to make a separate accounting of funds requested for the Department of Agriculture for programs and activities that primarily stabilize farm income and those that primarily benefit consumers, businessmen, and the general public, and for other purposes (Fair Farm Budget Act)]; see also Box 75:13; Box 117:3
  4. S. 1366/March 22, 1967 [To assist rural communities in constructing or acquiring needed facilities for the establishment of medical clinics to serve rural areas]
  5. S. J. Res. 58/March 23, 1967 [To provide for the reappointment of Jerome C. Hunsaker as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 95:10-12; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  6. S. J. Res. 60 (Report No. 83)/April 3, 1967 [To welcome the Latin American summit conference, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 1418/April 4, 1967 [To make several changes in the passport laws presently in force]; see also Box 56:2-3; Box 67:12; Box 87:8
  8. S. 1423/Aril 4, 1967 [To amend the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act, as amended]; see also Box 48:7
  9. S. 1503/April 12, 1967 [To provide Federal financial assistance to public agencies and institutions and to hospitals and other private, nonprofit organizations to enable them to carry on comprehensive family planning programs]; see also Box 105:14; Box 114:12
  10. S. 1504/April 13, 1967 [To amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961, as amended, to provide for loans to supplement farm income, authorize loans and grants for community centers, remove the annual ceiling on insured loans, increase the amount of unsold insured loans that may be made out of the fund, raise the aggregate annual limits on grants, establish a flexible loan interest rate, and for other purposes]; see also Box 95:2; Box 97:13; Box 105:10; Box 106:11; Box 111:1
  11. S. J. Res. 71/April 14, 1967 [Providing for acceptance by the United States of two instruments for the amendment of the constitution of the International Labor Organization]
  12. S. 1577/April 19, 1967 [To complement the Vienna convention on Diplomatic Relations]; see also Box 85:12; Box 126:1
  13. S. 1578/April 19, 1967 [To authorize the appropriation for the contribution by the United States for the support of the International Union for the Publication of Customs Tariffs]; see also Box 88:4
  14. S. 1614/April 25, 1967 [To amend section 5 of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act to provide a definition of the term "age" as used with respect to the labeling and advertising of whiskey, and for other purposes]; see also Box 33:1; Box 76:4; Box 77:8-11; Box 93:1-2. Part I

Box 93

  1. S. 1614/April 25, 1967. Part II
  2. S. 1614/April 25, 1967 . Part III
  3. S. 1681/May 3, 1967 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act to provide disability insurance benefits thereunder for any individual who is blind and has at least six quarters of coverage, and for other purposes]; see also Box 110:1; Box 121:17
  4. S. 1688/May 4, 1967 [To amend the Inter-American Development Bank Act to authorize the United States to participate in an increase in the resources of the Fund for Special Operations of the Inter-American Development Bank, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:3; Box 82:9; Box 95:13; Box 106:3; Box 109:4
  5. S. Res. 115 (Report No. 273)/May 8, 18, 19, 1967 [To authorize the Senate to respond to official invitations received from foreign governments or parliamentary bodies and associations]; see also Box 98:5
  6. S. 1717/May 9, 1967 [To amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to permit certain property to be declared excess or exchanged with other Federal agencies whenever its remaining storage or shelf life is too short to justify its retention and for other purposes]; see also Box 78:13; Box 82:8; Box 97:11
  7. S. 1736/May 10, 1967 [To provide increased opportunities for students in higher education for off-campus employment by establishing programs of work-study cooperative education]; see also Box 72:14; Box 84:1-3; Box 113:10
  8. S. 1785 (Report No. 235)/ May 16, 1967 [To improve certain benefits for employees who serve in high-risk situations, and for the purposes]; see also Box 91:6
  9. S. 1836/May 23, 1967 [To provide for the appointment of a Commissioner General for United States participation in the Japanese World Exposition, Osaka, 1970, and for other purposes]
  10. S. 1872/May 25, 1967 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  11. S. 2002/June 23, 1967 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States by strengthening and improving the Foreign Service personnel system of the United States Information Agency through establishment of a Foreign Service Information Office Corps]; see also Box 63:12; Box 80:7; Box 85:6; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 118:16; Box 122:16
  12. S. 2003 (Report No. 352)/June 23, 1967 [To provide certain increases in annuities payable from the Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund, and for other purposes]; see also Box 87:5; Box 90:8; Box 91:9

Box 94

  1. S. 2109/July 13, 1967 [To authorize retirement credit for certain alien employees of the Foreign Service during breaks in diplomatic relations, and for other purposes]
  2. S. Res. 151; July 31, 1967 [Relative to the United States commitments to foreign powers]; see also Box 95:1; Box 98:12
  3. S. 2275/August 11, 1967 [To amend the income limitations provisions applicable to veterans and widows of veterans receiving nonservice-connected disability pensions under Chapter 15 of title 38, United States Code]
  4. S. 2281/August 14, 1967 [To exempt certain businesses whose annual volume of sales made or business done is less than $500,000 from the application of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938]
  5. S. J. Res. 105/August 22, 1967 [To amend the joint resolution authorizing appropriations for the payment by the United States of its share of the expenses of the Pan American Institute of Geography and History]; see also Box 101:6
  6. S. 2418/September 18, 1967 [To amend the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965]; see also Box 85:1; Box 119:3-4
  7. S. 2510/October 6, 1967 [To authorize the Smithsonian Institution to acquire lands for a museum park, and for other purposes]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  8. S. 2518/October 10, 1967 [To amend the John F. Kennedy Center Act to prohibit the erection of any building within one thousand feet of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in the District of Columbia, without the approval of the Center's trustees, and for other purposes]; see also Box 58:6-7; Box 59:1-4; Box 62:2; Box 76:2; Box 79:6; Box 80:10-12; Box 112:14
  9. S. Res. 180/October 25, 1967 [Sense of Senate resolution seeking United States initiative to assure United Nations Security Council consideration of Vietnam conflict]
  10. S. 2648/November 9, 1967 [To amend subchapter III of chapter 19 of title 38, United States code, in order to authorize the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to pay the total cost of a member's servicemen's group life insurance during any period that such member is serving in a combat zone]

Box 95

  1. S. Res. 187 (Report No. 797)/November 20, 1967 [Relative to commitment of United States Armed Forces]; see also Box 94:2; Box 98:12
  2. S. 2714/December 1, 1967 [To amend the consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961, as amended, in order to provide additional loan assistance under such Act to farmers who have suffered severe production losses as the result of a national disaster]; see also Box 83:11-12; Box 92:10; Box 97;13; Box 105:10; Box 106:13; Box 111:1
  3. S. 2766/December 12, 1967 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States by authorizing the Secretary of State to restrict the travel of citizens and nationals of the United States where unrestricted travel would seriously impair the conduct of foreign affairs]; see also Box 120:5
  4. S. Res. 226 (Report No. 970)/January 24, February 8, 1968 [To provide for a study of matters pertaining to the foreign policies of the United States by the Committee on Foreign Relations]; see also Box 98:4; Box 104:17
  5. S. 2871/January 25, 1968 [To amend the National School Lunch Act to strengthen and expand food service program for children, and for other purposes]
  6. S. 2914/February 1, 1968 [To authorize the further amendment of the Peace Corps Act; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps]
  7. S. 2922/February 5, 1968 [To amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, as amended, in order to extend the authorization for appropriations]; see also Box 82:6; Box 105:7; Box 113:8
  8. S. 2936/February 6, 1968 [To amend Title XVIII of the Social Security Act so as to include, among the health insurance benefits covered under part B thereof, coverage of certain drugs]; see also Box 98:11
  9. S. 2938/February 7, 1968 [To extend certain expiring provisions under the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962, as amended]
  10. S. J. Res. 142/February 8, 1968 [To provide for the reappointment of Dr. Crawford H. Greenewalt as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:11-12; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  11. S. J. Res. 143/February 8, 1968 [To provide for the reappointment of Dr. Caryl P. Haskins as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10,12; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  12. S. J. Res. 144/February 8, 1968 [To provide for the reappointment of Dr. William A. M. Burden as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-11; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  13. S. 2975/February 15, 1968 [To provide for increased participation by the United States in the Inter-American Development Bank and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:3; Box 82:9; Box 93:4; Box 106:3; Box 109:4
  14. H. R. 15399 (Amendment)/February 20, 1968 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 15399, an Act making supplement appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1968, and for other purposes]
  15. S. 3091/March 5, 1968 [To amend further the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid

Box 96

  1. S. 3092/March 5, 1968 [To consolidate and revise foreign assistance legislation relating to reimbursable military exports; see Box 24:7; for other legislation concerning foreign aid]
  2. S. 3174/March 15, 1968 [To establish a national memorial to Woodrow Wilson in the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 68:8; Box 72:6; and Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  3. S. Res. 266 (Amendments)/March 20, 1968 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. Res. 266, a resolution to provide standards of conduct for Members of the Senate and officers and employees of the Senate]
  4. S. Res. 270/March 27, 1968 [Relating to the appointment of a special negotiator for peace in Vietnam]
  5. S. 3240/March 27, 1968 [To authorize the transfer, conveyance, lease, and improvement of, and construction on, certain property in the District of Columbia, for use as a headquarters site for the Organization of American States, as sites for governments of foreign countries, and for other purposes]; see also Box 78:1-2; Box 85:16; Box 91:15; Box 115:15; Box 118:13
  6. S. J. Res. 162/April 23, 1968 [To authorize the President to provide assistance to the University of North Africa Association in the establishment and operation of a nonprofit university near Tangier, Morocco]
  7. S. 3378/April 24, 1968 [To provide for increased participation by the United States in the International Development Association, and for other purposes]; see also Box 58:5; Box 69:6; Box 80:8; Box 110:15; Box 122:13
  8. S. Res. 281/April 26, 1968 [To establish a Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs]; see also Box 98:7
  9. S. 3423/May 2, 1968 [To provide for United States participation in the facility based on Special Drawing Rights in the International Monetary Fund, and for other purposes]; see also Box 64:3; Box 79:4; Box 83:13-14; Box 105:11; Box 120:10
  10. S. 3442/May 6, 1968 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropriations]; see also Box 64;1; Box 76:1; Box 78:8; Box 80:9; Box 85:8; Box 118:11; Box 123:15
  11. S. J. Res. 171/May 17, 1968 [To provide for the appointment of Robert Strange McNamara as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  12. S. J. Res. 173/May 22, 1968 [To establish a Commission on Organizational Reforms in the Department of State, the Agency for International Development, and the United States Information Agency]; see also Box 63:12; Box 67:2; Box 69:3; Box 80:7; Box 85:6; Box 93:11; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:16; Box 118:14, 16; Box 119:13; Box 122:2,16; Box 123:15
  13. S. 3529/May 22, 1968 [To amend the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:11; Box 75:10,18; Box 78:10; Box 81:16; Box 105:13; Box 109:7; Box 120:7
  14. S. 3543/May 24, 1968 [To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey sand, gravel, stone, clay and similar materials in certain lands to J. B. Smith and Sula E. Smith of Magazine, Arkansas]; see also Box 97:8
  15. S. 3640/June 13, 1968 [To establish a commission to study the organization, operation, and management of the executive branch of the Government, and to recommend changes necessary or desirable in the interest of governmental efficiency and economy]
  16. S. 3676/June 24, 1968 [To amend the Act of August 22, 1949 (63 Stat. 623), so as to authorize the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution to plan and construct museum support and depository facilities]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  17. H. R. 18037 (Amendment)/August 1, 1968 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Spong to H. R. 18037, an Act making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, and Health, Education, and Welfare, and related agencies, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1969, and for other purposes]
  18. H. R. 18037 (Amendment)/September 4, 1968 [Intended to be proposed to H. R. 18037, an Act making appropriations for the Departments of Labor, and Health, Education, and Welfare, and related agencies, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1969, and for other purposes]
  19. H. R. 2767 (Amendment)/September 12, 1968 [Intended to be proposed to H. R. 2767, an Act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to allow a farmer an amortized deduction from gross income for assessments for depreciable property levied by soil or water conservation or drainage districts]

Box 97

  1. S. 1/January 15, 1969 [To provide for uniform and equitable treatment of persons displaced from their homes, businesses, or farms by Federal and federally assisted programs and to establish uniform and equitable land acquisition policies for Federal and federally assisted programs]
  2. S. 18/January 15, 1969 [To exempt the National Park Service from certain employee limitations]
  3. S. J. Res. 11/January 15, 1969 [To provide for the appointment of Robert Strange McNamara as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 96:11; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  4. S. 208/January 15, 1969 [To authorize the Smithsonian Institution to acquire lands for a museum park, and for other purposes]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  5. S. 65/January 15, 1969 [To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey sand, gravel, stone, clay, and similar materials in certain lands to Emogene Tilmon of Logan County, Arkansas]
  6. S. 79/January 15, 1969 [To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey sand, gravel, stone, clay, and similar materials in certain lands to Enoch A. Lowder of Logan County, Arkansas]
  7. S. 80/January 15, 1969 [To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey sand, gravel, stone, clay, and similar materials in certain lands to J. B. Smith and Sula E. Smith of Magazine, Arkansas]; see also Box 96:14
  8. S. 82/January 15, 1969 [To direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey sand, clay, and similar materials in certain lands to Wayne Tilman and Emogene Tilman of Logan County, Arkansas]
  9. S. 209/January 15, 1969 [To amend the Act of August 22, 1949 (63 Stat. 623), so as to authorize the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution to plan and construct museum support and depository facilities]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  10. S. 336/January 16, 1969 [To amend section 3(b) of the Securities Act of 1933 to permit the exemption of security issues, not exceeding $500,000 in aggregate amount, from the provisions of such Act]; see also Box 44:5, 9; Box 50:8; Box 52:6
  11. S. 406/January 21, 1969 [To amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 to permit the rotation of certain property whenever its remaining storage or shelf life is too short to justify its retention, and for other purposes]; see also Box 78:13; Box 82:8; Box 93:6
  12. S. 414/January 21, 1969 [To amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961, as amended, to subject interest income on loans sold out of the Agricultural Credit Insurance Fund to Federal income taxes, and for other purposes]; see also Box 83:11-12, 16; Box 92:10; Box 95:2; Box 105:10; Box 106:11; Box 111:1

Box 98

  1. S. 472/January 21, 1969 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act to increase the annual amount individuals are permitted to earn without suffering deductions, from the insurance benefits payable to them under such title]; see also Box 52:7-8; Box 63:2; Box 71:3; Box 77:6; Box 115:13
  2. S. 508/January 22, 1969 [To provide for the establishment of the National Foundation for the Social Sciences in order to promote research, education, training, and scholarship in such sciences]; see also Box 91:3
  3. S. 542/January 22, 1969 [To establish rates of compensation for certain positions within the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  4. S. Res. 64/January 27, 1969 [To provide for a study of matters pertaining to the foreign policy of the United States by the Committee on Foreign Relations]; see also Box 95:4; Box 104:17
  5. S. Res. 65/January 27, 1969 [To authorize the Senate to respond to official invitations received from foreign governments or parliamentary bodies and associations]
  6. S. J. Res. 35/January 28, 1969 [To provide for the appointment of Thomas J. Watson, Jr., as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  7. S. Res. 68 (Report No. 91-78)/January 28, February 7, 1969 [To continue the Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs]; see also Box 96:8
  8. S. 704/January 28, 1969 [To amend the Act of October 15, 1966 (80 Stat 953; 20 U.S.C. 65a), relating to the National Museum of the Smithsonian Institution for carrying out the purposes of said Act]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  9. S. 705/January 28, 1969 [To authorize the Smithsonian Institution to acquire lands and to design a radio-radar astronomical telescope for the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory for the purpose of furthering scientific knowledge, and for other purposes]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  10. S. 706/January 28, 1969 [To amend the Act of August 10, 1846, as amended, to provide for additional members fo the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  11. S. 763/January 29, 1969 [To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act so as to include, among the health insurance benefits covered under part B, thereof, coverage of certain drugs]; see also Box 95:8
  12. S. Res. 85/February 4, 1969 [Expressing the sense of the Senate relative to commitments to foreign powers]; see also Box 94:2; Box 95:1

Box 99

  1. S. 855/February 4, 1969 [To provide for the establishment of the Buffalo National River in the State of Arkansas, and for other purposes]; see also Box 90:11; Box 91:1-2; Box 99:2-3; Box 107:6-7; Box 108:1. Part I
  2. S. 855/February 4, 1969. Part II
  3. S. 855/February 4, 1969. Part III
  4. S. 856/February 4, 1969 [To provide for Federal Government recognition of and participation in international expositions proposed to be held in the United States, and for other purposes]; see also Box 68:1
  5. S. 1072/February 18, 1969 [To authorize funds to carry out the purposes of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965,, as amended, and title V of the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, as amended (regional economic development legislation)]; see also Box 83:10; Box 91:5; Box 99:6; Box 109:2
  6. S. 1090/February 19, 1969 [To authorize funds to carry out the purposes of title V of the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, as amended, and for other purposes]; see also Box 83:10; Box 91:5; Box 99:5; Box 109:2

Box 100

  1. S. J. Res. 61/February 28, 1969 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women]; see also Box 54;3; Box 74:11; Box 78:7; Box 85:3; Box 91:13; Box 108:2-3
  2. S. 1290/March 4, 1969 [To incorporate College Benefit System of America]. Part I
  3. S. 1290/March 4, 1969. Part II
  4. S. 1297/March 4, 1969 [To amend the Civil Service Retirement Act so as to permit retirement of employees with thirty years of service on full annuities without regard to age]
  5. S. 1463/March 10, 1969 [To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to increase the amount of the deduction for each personal exemption to $1,000]
  6. S. 1474/March 11, 1969 [To amend the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 to provide Federal guarantees for financing the development of land for recreational uses in order to contribute to the orderly economic development of underdeveloped areas and regions of the United States]; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing

Box 101

  1. S. 1519/March 12, 1969 [To establish a National Commission on Libraries and Information Science, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 1563/March 13, 1969 [To promote the advancement of science and the education of scientists through a national program of institutional grants to the colleges and universities of the United States (National Institutional Grants Program)]
  3. S. 1591/March 20, 1969 [To establish an American Folklife Foundation, and for other purposes]; see also Box 110:14
  4. S. 1610/March 20, 1969 [To allow credit under the Civil Service Retirement Act to certain Federal employees for service in Federal-State cooperative programs in a State and for other purposes]
  5. S. 1613/March 20, 1969 [To designate the dam commonly referred to as the Glen Canyon Dam as the Dwight D. Eisenhower Dam]
  6. S. J. Res. 83/March 24, 1969 [To amend the joint resolution authorizing appropriations for the payment by the United States of its share of the expenses of the Pan American Institute of Geography and History]; see also Box 94:5
  7. S. 1635/March 24, 1969 [To exempt a member of the Armed Forces from service in a combat zone when such member is the sole surviving son of a family, and for other purposes]; see also Box 91:10
  8. H. J. Res. 584 (Amendment)/March 27, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the joint resolution (H. J. Res. 504) making a supplemental appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1969 and for other purposes]
  9. S. J. Res. 90/April 3, 1969 [To enable the United States to organize and hold a diplomatic conference in the United States in fiscal year 1970 to negotiate a Patent Cooperation Treaty and authorize an appropriation therefor]
  10. S. Con. Res. 15/April 14, 1969 [To print as a Senate document studies and hearings on the Alliance for Progress]
  11. S. 1796/April 14, 1969 [To amend section 510, title V, of the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949, as amended, to provide for the extension of time within which the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission shall complete its affairs in connection with the settlement of claims against the Government of Cuba]; see also Box 73:13; Box 78:9; Box 111:10-11; Box 114:3; Box 123:4; Box 126:5

Box 102

  1. S. 2014/April 29, 1969 [To amend the Food Stamp Act of 1964, and other Acts, to provide adequate food and nutrition among low-income households, and for other purposes]; see also Box 110:9
  2. S. 2041/May 1, 1969 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat.612)(Peace Corps Act amendments, 1969]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  3. S. 2277/May 27, 1969 [To impose an excess profits tax on the income of corporations during the present emergency]
  4. S. 2283/May 27, 1969 [To promote the foreign policy and security of the United States by providing authority to negotiate commercial agreements with Communist countries, and for other purposes]
  5. S. J. Res. 119/June 5, 1969 [To authorize appropriations for expenses of the United States section of the United States-Mexico Commission for Border Development and Friendship]
  6. S. 2347/June 9, 1969 [To promote the foreign policy, security, and general welfare of the United States by assisting peoples of the world to achieve economic development within a framework of democratic, economic, social, and political institutions, and for other purposes (Foreign Assistance Act of 1969)]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid

Box 103

  1. S. 2461/June 20, 1969 [To amend the Randolph-Sheppard Act for the blind so as to make certain improvements therein, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 2518/June 30, 1969 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to liberalize the conditions governing eligibility of blind persons to receive disability insurance benefits thereunder]; see also Box 93:3; Box 110:1; Box 121:17
  3. S. 2546 (Amendment)/July 9, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 2546, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1970 for the procurement of aircraft, missiles, vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to authorize the construction of test facilities at Kwajalein Missile Range, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]; see also Box 103:7-10
  4. S. 2640/July 16, 1969 [To amend the Foreign Military Sales Act]
  5. S. 2644/July 17, 1969 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to provide for reports to the Congress by the Comptroller General concerning certain price increases in Government contracts and certain failures to meet Government contract completion dates]
  6. H. R. 12290 (Amendment)/July 18, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by ...to H. R. 12290, an Act to continue the income tax surcharge and the excise taxes on automobiles and communication services for temporary periods, to terminate the investment credit, to provide a low income allowance for individuals, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 2546 (Amendment)/July 23, 1969 [Proposed by...to S. 2546, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1970 for the procurement of aircraft, missiles, vessels and tracked combat vehicles, and research development, test and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to authorize the construction for test facilities at Kwajalein Missile Range, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]; see also Box 103:3, 8-10
  8. S. 2546 (Amendments)/July 31, 1969 [Part I] [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 2546, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1970 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and research, development, test and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to authorize the construction of test facilities at Kwajalein Missile Range, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the selected reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]; see Box 103:3, 6, 9-10
  9. S. 2546 (Amendment)/August 4, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 2546, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1970 for procurement of air-craft, missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to authorize the construction to test facilities at Kwajalein Missile Range, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  10. S. 2546 (Amendment)/August 7, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 2546, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1970 for procurement of air-craft, missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to authorize the construction to test facilities at Kwajalein Missile Range, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  11. H. R. 13270 (Amendments)/September 3, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 13270, an Act to reform the income tax laws]; see also Box 18:2; Box 24:2, 5-6; Box 104:7; Box 112:9-11
  12. S. 2876/September 10, 1969 [To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to provide candidates for congressional offices with certain opportunities to purchase broadcast time from television broadcasting stations]; see also Box 75:9; Box 106:4; Box 121:11, 13; Box 123:2
  13. S. J. Res. 148/September 10, 1969 [To amend the joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1970 in order to provide for payment to local educational agencies of full entitlements pursuant to the provisions of title I of Public Law 874, Eighty first Congress]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 46:7-8; Box 48;1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 82:2; Box 86:1; Box 104:1; Box 113:10; Box 125:8
  14. S. 2886/September 10, 1969 [To change the names of certain projects for navigation and other purposes on the Arkansas River]
  15. S. 2893/September 12, 1969 [To amend the Act of June 27, 1960 (74 Stat. 220), relating to the preservation of historical and archaeological data]

Box 104

  1. S. 2950/September 23, 1969 [To establish a national program of assistance to the States with the goal of achieving equalized excellence in schools throughout the nation over a ten-year period]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:7-8; Box 48:1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 79:1; Box 82:2; Box 86:1; Box 103:13; Box 113:10; Box 125:8
  2. S. J. Res. 155/September 24, 1969 [To provide for a study and evaluation of international and other foreign policy aspects of underground weapons testing]
  3. S. J. Res. 157/October 7, 1969 [To establish a Commission on Organizational Reforms in the Department of State, the Agency for International Development and the United States Information Agency]; see also Box 63:12; Box 67:2; Box 69:3; Box 80:7; Box 85:6; Box 93:11; Box 96:12; Box 110:13; Box 113:16; Box 118:14, 16; Box 119:13; Box 122:2, 16; Box 123:14
  4. S. 3055/October 22, 1969 [To authorize the use of excess Government-owned foreign currencies to finance the establishment abroad of binational foundations for educational and scientific purposes; see also Box 82:13]
  5. S. 3147/November 17, 1969 [To amend the Act entitled "An Act to provide indemnity payments to dairy farmers," approved August 13, 1968 (82-Stat. 750)]
  6. S. Res. 292/December 1, 1969 [To express the sense of the Senate with respect to troop deployment in Europe]; see also Box 88:4; Box 90:3
  7. H. R. 13270 (Amendments)/December 2, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 13270, an Act to reform the income tax laws]; see also Box 18:2; Box 24:2,5-6; Box 103:11; Box 112:9-11
  8. JWF Amendment to H. R. 13270 12/4/69 [Updating definition of a "domestic building and loan association"]
  9. S. 3205/December 4, 1969 [To authorize the construction of pavilions as additions to the National Museum of History and Technology for the Smithsonian Institution, including the preparation of plans and specifications and all other work incidental thereto]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  10. S. 3206/December 4, 1969 [To appropriate a site for a museum of man for the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  11. S. 3217/December 5, 1969 [to require the Secretary of Defense to submit regular reports to the Committees on Armed Services of the House of Representatives and the Senate with respect to the kinds and amounts of information released for distribution to the public by the Department of Defense and the military departments thereof]
  12. H. R. 14794 (Amendment)/December 16, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 14794, an Act making appropriations for the Department of Transportation and related agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1970, and for other purposes]
  13. H. R. 15149 (Amendment)/December 17, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 15149, an Act making appropriations for Foreign Assistance and related programs for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1970, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  14. S. 2893 (Amendment in the nature of a substitute)/December 17, 1969 [Intended to be proposed by...to S 2893, a bill to amend the Act of June 27, 1960 (74 Stat. 220), relating to the preservation of historical and archaeological data]; see also Box 103:15; Box 109:11; Box 117:5
  15. S. 3253/December 17, 1969 [To provide that the Federal Office Building and United States Courthouse in Chicago, Illinois, shall be named the "Everett McKinley Dirksen Building East" and that the Federal office building to be constructed in Chicago, Illinois, shall be named the "Everett McKinley Dirksen Building West" in memory of the late Everett McKinley Dirksen, a Member of Congress of the United States from the State of Illinois from 1933 to 1969]
  16. S. 3274/December 19, 1969 [To implement the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards]
  17. S. Res. 318/January 22, 1970 [To provide for a study of matters pertaining to foreign policy of the United States by the Committee on Foreign Relations]; see also Box 95:4; Box 98:4
  18. S. J. Res. 171/January 26, 1970 [To amend the joint resolution authorizing appropriations for the payment by the United States of its share of the expenses of the Pan American Railways Congress Association]
  19. S. 3418/February 9, 1970 [To amend the Public Health Service Act to provide for the making of grants to medical schools and hospitals to assist them in establishing special departments and programs in the field of family practice, and otherwise to encourage and promote the training of medical and paramedical personnel in the field of family medicine (Family Practice of Medicine Act of 1970)]; see also Box 80:6; Box 109:9; Box 123:11; Box 125:1; Box 126:7
  20. S. 3429/February 10, 1970 [To amend the Foreign Military Sales Act]; see also Box 103:4; Box 106:1

Box 105

  1. S. 3430/February 10, 1970 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps]
  2. S. J. Res. 172/February 10, 1970 [To authorize the President to issue annually a proclamation designating the first full calendar week in May of each year as "Clean Waters for America Week"]
  3. S. 3459/February 17, 1970 [To provide for the appointment of James Edwin Webb as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12: Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 112:4-6; Box 126:2
  4. S. J. Res. 173/February 19, 1970 [Authorizing a grant to defray a portion of the cost of expanding the United Nations headquarters in the United States]
  5. S. 3543/March 4, 1970 [To provide for a United States contribution to the special funds of the Asian Development Bank, and for other purposes]
  6. S. 3544/March 4, 1970 [To amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, as amended, in order to extend the authorization for appropriations and provide for the uniform compensation of Assistant Directors]
  7. S. 3552/March 5, 1970 [To provide certain privileges against disclosure of confidential information and the sources of information obtained by newsmen]; see also Box 109:13
  8. S. 3578/March 10, 1970 [To give the consent of Congress to the construction of certain international bridges]; see also Box 81:17; Box 90:7
  9. S. Res. 368/March 11, 1970 [To express the sense of the Senate on Armed Forces in Laos]
  10. S. 3608/March 19, 1970 [To amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961, as amended, to increase the loan limitation on certain loans]; see also Box 83:11-12, 16; Box 92:10; Box 95:2; Box 97:13; Box 106:11; Box 111:1
  11. S. 3628/March 24, 1970 [To authorize an increase in the resources of the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and for other purposes]; see also Box 64:3; Box 79:4; Box 83:13-14; Box 96:9; Box 120:10
  12. S. Res. 376/March 25, 1970 [Authorizing the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to study research activities conducted to ascertain the causes and develop cures to eliminate cancer]; see also Box 107:2; Box 108:6; Box 114:11
  13. S. 3691/April 8, 1970 [To amend the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended, to lower the mandatory retirement age for Foreign Service officers who are career ministers]; see also Box 67:11; Box 75:10; Box 78:10; Box 81:16; Box 96:13; Box 109:7; Box 120:7
  14. H. R. 16311 (Amendment)/April 10, 1970 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 16311, an Act to authorize a family assistance plan providing basic benefits to low-income families with children, to provide incentives for employment and training to improve the capacity for employment of members of such families, to achieve greater uniformity of treatment of recipients under the Federal-State public assistance programs and to otherwise improve such programs, and for other purposes (Family Assistance Act of 1970)]; see also Box 92:9; Box 114:12

Box 106

  1. H. R. 15628 (Amendment)/May 11, 1970 [Intended to be proposed...to H. R. 15628, an Act to amend the Foreign Military Sales Act]; see also Box 103:4; Box 104:20
  2. S. 3835/May 14, 1970 [To provide a comprehensive Federal program for the prevention and treatment of alcohol abuse and alcoholism]
  3. S. 3934/June 8, 1970 [To amend the Inter-American Development Bank Act to authorize the United States to participate in increases in the authorized capital stock and resources of the Fund for Special Operations of the Inter-American Development Bank, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:3; Box 82:11; Box 93:4; Box 95:13; Box 109:4
  4. S. J. Res. 209/June 11, 1970 [To amend the Communications Act of 1934 in order to require licensees under such Act to provide time, as a public service, to authorized representatives of the Senate and the House of Representatives]
  5. JWF Cosponsor of Magnuson Amendment to H. R. 17070 (Postal Reform)/June 30, 1970
  6. Amendment 758 to H. R. 17548 (Independent Offices and Department of Housing and Urban Development Appropriations, 1971) JWF Cosponsor /July 7, 1970
  7. JWF Amendment to H. R. 17548 (Independent Offices and Department of Housing and Urban Development Appropriations 1971)/July 7, 1970
  8. JWF Amendment to S. 3302 (Defense Production Act)/July 9, 1970
  9. S. Con. Res. 74/July 14, 1970 [To affect the treatment of prisoners in Vietnam]
  10. H. R. 17123 (Amendments 812-814)/July 31, 1970 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 17123, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1971 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  11. S. 4265/August 19, 1970 [To amend section 306 of the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act to increase the aggregate annual limit on grants for water and waste facilities constructed to serve rural areas and to increase the aggregate annual limit on grants for plans for the development of such facilities]; see also Box 83:11-12, 16; Box 92:10; Box 95:2; Box 97:13; Box 105:10; Box 111:1
  12. H. R. 17123 (Amendment)/August 25, 1970 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 17123, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1971 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  13. H. R. 17123 (Amendment)/August 26, 1970 [Proposed by...to H. R. 17123, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1971 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  14. H. R. 17123 (Amendments)/August 28, 1970 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 17123, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1971 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, and tracked combat vehicles, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Services, and for other purposes]
  15. S. Res. 463/September 16, 1970 [To express the sense of the Senate with respect to a national policy designed to relieve and avoid many of the problems resulting from the concentration of industry and population in metropolitan areas]
  16. S. J. Res. 1 (Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute)/September 23, 1970 [Intended to be proposed by...to Amendment No. 711 to S. J. Res. 1, a joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution to provide for the direct popular election of the President and Vice President of the United States]; see also Box 29:1; Box 35:6; Box 49:6; Box 65:6
  17. S. Res. 477/October 13, 1970 [Declaring that the Senate rejects the findings and recommendations of the Commission on Obscenity and Pornography]
  18. S. 4542/November 25, 1970 [To amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid

Box 107

  1. S. 4543/November 25, 1970 [To provide additional foreign assistance authorizations]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  2. S. 4564/December 4, 1970 [To establish a National Cancer Authority in order to conquer cancer at the earliest possible date]; see also Box 105:12; Box 108:6; Box 114:11
  3. JWF Amendment to H. R. 19830, Independent Offices - Housing and Urban Development Appropriations 1970; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
  4. JWF Cosponsor Mondale Amendment, Independent Offices - Housing and Urban Development Appropriations 1970 [See Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing]
  5. December 8, 1970/JWF Amendment to Defense Department Appropriations Bill
  6. S. 7/January 25, 1971 [To provide for the establishment of the Buffalo National River in the State of Arkansas, and for other purposes]; see also Box 90:11; Box 91:1-2; Box 99:1-3; Box 107:7; Box 108;1. Part I
  7. S. 7/January 25, 1971. Part II
  8. S. 7/January 25, 1971. Part III

Box 108

  1. S. 7/January 25, 1971. Part IV
  2. S. J. Res. 8/January 25, 1971 [Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to equal rights for men and women]; see also Box 54:3; Box 74:11; Box 78:7; Box 85:3; Box 91:13; Box 100:1; Box 108:3. Part I
  3. S. J. Res. 8/January 25, 1971. Part II
  4. S. 10/January 25, 1971 [To establish a national policy relative to the revitalization of rural and other economically distressed areas by providing incentives for a more even and practical geographic distribution of industrial growth and activity and developing manpower training programs to meet the needs of industry, and for other purposes]
  5. S. J. Res. 15/January 25, 1971 [Designating the third week of April of each year as "Earth Week"]
  6. S. 34/January 25, 1971 [To establish a National Cancer Authority in order to conquer cancer at the earliest possible date]; see also Box 105:12; Box 107:2; Box 114:12

Box 109

  1. S. 531/February 2, 1971 [To authorize the United States Postal Service to receive the fee of $2 for execution of an application for a passport]
  2. S. 575/February 3, 1971 [To authorize funds to carry out the purposes of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, as amended]
  3. S. 649/February 8, 1971 [To abolish the Interstate Commerce Commission at a future date and to establish a commission to make recommendations with respect to carrying out the functions of the Interstate Commerce Commission after such date]
  4. S. 748/February 11, 1971 [To authorize payment and appropriation of the second and third installments of the United States contributions to the Fund for Special Operations of the Inter-American Development Bank]
  5. S. 749/February 11, 1971 [To authorize United States contributions to the Special Funds of the Asian Development Bank]
  6. S. 907/February 23, 1971 [To consent to the Interstate Environment Compact]
  7. S. 999/February 26, 1971 [To amend the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended, to lower the mandatory retirement age for Foreign Service officers who are career ministers]; see also Box 67:11; Box 75:10, 18; Box 78:10; Box 81:16; Box 96:13; Box 105:13; Box 120:7
  8. S. 1018/February 26, 1971 [To amend the Rail Passenger Service Act of 1970 in order to expand the basic rail passenger transportation system to provide service to certain States]
  9. S. 1099/March 3, 1971 [To amend the Public Health Service Act to encourage physicians, dentists, optometrists, and other medical personnel to practice in areas where shortages of such personnel exist, and for other purposes]; see also Box 80:6; Box 104:19; Box 123:11; Box 125:1; Box 126:7
  10. S. 1125/March 5, 1971 [To amend title 5, United States Code, with regard to the exercise of executive privilege];see also Box 111:9
  11. S. 1245/March 16, 1971 [To amend the Act of June 27, 1960 (74 Stat. 220), relating to the preservation of historical and archaeological data]
  12. S. 1277/March 16, 1971 [To support the price of manufacturing milk at not less than 85 per cent of parity for the marketing year 1971-1972]
  13. S. 1311/March 23, 1971 [To provide certain privileges against disclosure of confidential information and the sources of information obtained by newsmen]; see also Box 105:7

Box 110

  1. S. 1335/March 23, 1971 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to liberalize the conditions governing eligibility of blind persons to receive disability insurance benefits thereunder]; see also Box 93:3; Box 103:2; Box 121:17
  2. S. 1421/March 30, 1971 [To authorize the Smithsonian Institution to acquire lands and to design a radio-radar astronomical telescope for the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory for the purpose of furthering scientific knowledge, and for other purposes]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  3. S. Res. 101/April 21, April 22, 1971 [Expressing the sense of the Senate that Vietnam veterans' request to use the Mall be granted]
  4. S. 1656/April 26, 1971 [To authorize a new approach for furthering the economic and social development of friendly developing countries and areas, and for provision of humanitarian relief, and for other purposes]; see also Box 112:8; Box 121:1
  5. S. 1657/April 26, 1971 [To consolidate and revise the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, and other legislation relating to international security assistance, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  6. S. 1729/April 30, 1971 [To supply general service freight cars to meet the needs of commerce, users, shippers, national defense, and the consuming public]
  7. S. 1741/May 3, 1971 [To provide increased unemployment compensation benefits for Vietnam-era veterans]
  8. S. 1771/May 5, 1971 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat.612), as amended]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  9. S. Res. 120/May 10, 1971 [Relating to regulations issued under the Food Stamp Act of 1964]; see also Box 102:1
  10. H. R. 6531 (Amendment)/May 11, 1971 [Proposed by...to H. R. 6531, an Act to amend the Military Selective Service Act of 1967; to increase military pay; to authorize military active duty strengths for fiscal year 1972; and for other purposes]
  11. H. R. 8190 (Amendment)/May 14, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 8190, an Act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1971, and for other purposes]
  12. JWF Unprinted Amendment to Mansfield Amendment No. 86 on troop reduction 5/19/71
  13. S. 1894/May 19, 1971 [To provide that no appropriations shall be made to the Department of State and the United States Information Agency unless Congress hereafter enacts legislation authorizing such appropriations]; see also Box 63:12; Box 67:2; Box 69:3; Box 80:7; Box 85:6; Box 93:11; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:16; Box 119:14,16; Box 122:2, 16; Box 123:14
  14. S. 1930/May 24, 1971 [American Folklife Foundation Act (progress reports)
  15. S. 2010/June 4, 1971 [To provide for increased participation by the United States in the International Development Association]
  16. S. 939 (Amendment)/June 4, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 939, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1971 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  17. S. 2157/June 24, 1971 [To authorize the appropriation of $1,300,000 as an ex gratia payment to the city of New York to assist in defraying the extraordinary and unprecedented expenses incurred during the twenty-fifth General Assembly of the United Nations]; see also Box 73:4
  18. S. 2161 (Report No. 92-988)/June 28, 1971; July 26, 1972 [To amend chapters 31, 34, and 35 of title 38, United States Code, to increase the vocational rehabilitation subsistence allowances, the educational assistance allowances, and the special training allowances paid to eligible veterans and persons under such chapters (Vietnam-Era Veterans' Readjustment Act of 1972)]; see also Box 42:5; Box 71:13; Box 76:7-8; Box 81:23; Box 82:1; Box 89:2-3; Box 123:5
  19. JWF Cosponsor Amendment 144 to H. J. Res. 742 (modified Proxmire Amendment unprinted)/June 29, 1971 [To limit military spending]

Box 111

  1. S. 2223/July 7, 1971 [To amend the Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act of 1961, and for other purposes (Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act of 1971)]; see also Box 83:11-12, 16; Box 92:10; Box 95:2; Box 97:13; Box 105:10; Box 106:11
  2. S. J. Rex. 127/July 12, (71 [To amend the joint resolution providing for United States participation in the International Bureau for the Protection of Industrial Property]; see also Box 68:6; Box 78:12
  3. S. 2260/July 12, 1971 [To amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  4. S. 2260 (Amendment)/July 12, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 2260, a bill to amend further the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612), as amended]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  5. S. J. Res. 131/July 14, 1971 [Authorizing and requesting the President to issue a proclamation to commemorate the one hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  6. S. 2295/July 15, 1971 [To amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  7. S. J. Res. 141/July 26, 1971 [to authorize appropriations for expenses of the Council on International Economic Policy, and for other purposes]
  8. JWF Amendment to H. R. 8866 (Sugar Bill) Amendment Unprinted/July 27, 1971]
  9. S. 1125 (Amendments)/July 29, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 1125, a bill to amend title 5, U.S. Code, with regard to the exercise of executive privilege]; see also Box 109:10
  10. S. Res. 160/July 30, 1971 [Expressing sense of Senate with respect to United States policy toward Cuba]; see also Box 101:11; Box 111:11; Box 126:5
  11. S. J. Res. 146/July 30, 1971 [To repeal Public Law 87-733 (Cuba)]; see also Box 101:11; Box 111:10; Box 126:5
  12. S. Con. Res. 38/August 3, 1971 [Commending the President for initiating a proposed "journey for peace"]
  13. S. Con. Res. 40/September 15, 1971 [To extend congratulations to the University of Arkansas (one hundredth anniversary)]
  14. H. R. 8687 (Amendment)/September 27, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 8687, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1972 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  15. S. 2581/September 27, 1971 [To require the President to notify the Congress whenever he impounds funds, or authorizes the impounding of funds, and to provide a procedure under which the Senate and House of Representatives may approve the President's action or require the President to cease such action]; see also Box 115:6; Box 117:1, 10

Box 112

  1. H. R. 8687 (Amendments)/September 28, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 8687, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1972 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 2597/September 28, 1971 [To amend the Act of August 22, 1949 (63 Stat. 623), so as to authorize the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution to plan and construct museum support and depository facilities]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  3. S. 2700/October 15, 1971 [To extend diplomatic privileges and immunities to the Mission to the United States of America of the Commission of the European Communities and to members thereof]
  4. S. J. Res. 173/November 11, 1971 [To provide for the appointment of A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12;; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:5-6; Box 126:2
  5. S. J. Res. 174/November 11, 1971 [To provide for the appointment of John Paul Austin as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4,6; Box 126:2
  6. S. J. Res. 175/November 11, 1971 [To provide for the appointment of Robert Francis Goheen as Citizen Regent of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 96:11; Box 97;3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-5; Box 126:2
  7. S. 2819/November 12, 1971 [To provide foreign military and related assistance authorizations for fiscal year 1972, and for other purposes]
  8. S. 2820/November 12, 1971 [To provide foreign economic and humanitarian assistance authorizations for fiscal year 1972, and for other purposes]; see also Box 110:4; Box 121:1
  9. H. R. 10947 (Amendments)/November 13, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 10947, an Act to provide a job development investment credit, to reduce individual income taxes, to reduce certain excise taxes, and for other purposes]; see also Box 18:2; Box 24:2, 5-6; Box 103;13; Box 104:7; Box 112:10-11. Part I
  10. H. R. 10947 (Amendment)/November 13, 1971. Part II
  11. H. R. 10947 (Amendment)/November 13, 1971. Part III
  12. S. 2881/November 19, 1971 [To provide for a highway bridge across the Norfolk Reservoir in Arkansas]. Part I
  13. S. 2881/November 19, 1971. Part II
  14. S. 2900/November 23, 1971 [To amend the John F. Kennedy Center Act to authorize funds for operation and maintenance of the nonperforming arts function of that center]; see also Box 58:6-7; Box 59:1-4; Box 62:2; Box 76:2; Box 79:6; Box 80:10-12; Box 94:8

Box 113

  1. H. R. 11955 (Amendment)/December 2, 1971 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 11955, an Act making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1972, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 2981/December 9, 1971 [To provide for environmental improvement in rural America]; see also Box 117:4
  3. H. J. Res. 1005 (Amendment)/December 15, 1971 [Proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. J. Res. 1005, a joint resolution making further continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1972, and for other purposes]
  4. S. Res. 214/December 16, 1971 [Relative to the submission of any Portuguese base agreements as a treaty]; see also Box 113:7
  5. S. Con. Res. 55/January 25, 1972 [Providing for the recognition of Bangladesh]
  6. S. Res. 232/January 25, 1972 [Expressing the sense of the Senate that the full amount appropriated for the rural electrification program for fiscal 1972 should be made available by the administration to carry out that program]; see also Box 117:2
  7. S. Res. 214 (Amendments)/January 31, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. Res. 214, a resolution relative to the submission of any Portuguese base agreement as a treaty]; see also Box 113:4
  8. S. 3200/February 10, 1972 [To amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, as amended, in order to extend the authorization for appropriations]
  9. H. R. 1 (Amendments)/[Cosponsored February 18, 1972] [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 1, an Act to amend the Social Security Act to increase benefits and improve eligibility and computation methods under the OASDI program, to make improvements in the medicare, medicaid, and maternal and child health programs with emphasis on improvements in their operating effectiveness, to replace the existing Federal-State public assistance programs with a Federal program of adult assistance and a Federal program of benefits to low-income families with children with incentives and requirements for employment and training to improve the capacity for employment of members of such families and for other purposes]
  10. S. 659 (Amendment) Montoya Amendment No. 464]/February 23, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to the pending committee amendment to S. 659, a bill to amend the Higher Education Act of 1965, the Vocational Education Act of 1963, the General Education Provisions Act (creating a National Foundation for Postsecondary Education and a National Institute of Education), the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress, and related Acts, and for other purposes]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 50:15; Box 53:1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9, 14; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 82:2; Box 84:1-3; Box 86:1; Box 93:7; Box 103:13; Box 104:1; Box 125:8
  11. S. Res. 263/February 24, 1972 [To honor the late Senator from Michigan, Arthur Hendrick Vandenberg]
  12. S. Res. 264/ February 24, 1972 [To amend rule XVI of the Standing Rules of the Senate to provide that three members of the Committee on Foreign Relations may serve as ex officio members of the Committee on Appropriations with respect to foreign assistance and related programs]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  13. S. Res. 273/March 2, 1972 [Calling on the President to propose an extension of the nuclear test ban treaty to include underground testing]; see also Box 118:6
  14. S. 3316/March 8, 1972 [To grant the consent of the United States to the Arkansas River Basin Compact, Arkansas-Oklahoma; see also Box 42:7; Box 113:15; Box 116:1]
  15. S. 3321/March 9, 1972 [To strengthen and improve the organization of the Department of State, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:2; Box 69:3; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:15; Box 118:14; Box 119:13; Box 122:2; Box 123:14

Box 114

  1. S. 3108 (Amendments)/March 20, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by...to S 3108, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1973 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  2. S. 3200 (Amendments)/March 20, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 3200, a bill to amend the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, as amended, in order to extend the authorization for appropriations]
  3. S. 3389/March 21, 1972 [To amend section 304, title III, of the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949, as amended, to provide for additional claims for payment out of the Italian Claims Fund]
  4. S. 3390/March 21, 1972 [To amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  5. S. 2956 (Amendment)/March 24, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 2956, a bill to make rules governing the use of the Armed Forces of the United States in the absence of a declaration of war by the Congress]; war powers; see also Box 121:7,10
  6. S. 3526 (Report No. 92-754)/April 20, 1972 [To provide authorizations for conducting the foreign relations of the United States, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 3560/April 27, 1972 [To facilitate compliance with the treaty between the united States of America and the United Mexican States, signed November 23, 1970, and for other purposes]
  8. JWF - Unprinted Amendment on Amtrak
  9. S. 3574/May 3, 1972 [To change the name of the Beaver Dam in the State of Arkansas to the James W. Trimble Dam]; see also Box 122:5
  10. S. Res. 299/May 5, 1972...August 15, 1972 [To establish a select committee to study questions related to secret and confidential Government documents]
  11. S. J. Res. 231/May 11, 1972 [To authorize the appropriation for the contribution by the United States for the support of the International Agency for Research on Cancer]; see also Box 105:12; Box 107:2; Box 108:6
  12. S. 3617 (Report No. 92-793)/May 16, 1972 [To strengthen and expand the Headstart program with priority to the economically disadvantaged, to amend the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 and for other purposes (Comprehensive Child Development Act of 1972)]; see also Box 92:9; Box 105:14
  13. S. J. Res. 235/May 17, 1972 [To amend the joint resolution providing for membership and participation by the United States in the South Pacific Commission]
  14. Amendment to S. 3526 State Authorization Bill (International Narcotics Control)
  15. S. 3645/May 25, 1972 [To further amend the United States Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948. (Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty)]; see also Box 44:11; Box 45:2; Box 67:1; Box 81:2; Box 85:10; Box 91:7
  16. S. 3650/May 30, 1972 [To provide for the transmittal of the Department of Defense five-year defense program and for congressional deliberation of major mission and support functions of the five-year defense program]
  17. S. J. Res. 241/June 13, 1972 [Authorization of the President to approve an interim agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics]; see also Box 115:12; Box 124:5

Box 115

  1. S. 3722 (Report No. 92-888))/June 19, 1972 [To provide for the establishment of a Foreign Service grievance procedure]
  2. S. 3758/June 28, 1972 [To encourage and support the dissemination of news, opinion, scientific, cultural, and educational matter through the mails]; see also Box 117:9
  3. H. R. 15390 (Amendment)/June 28, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 15390, an Act to provide for a four-month extension of the present temporary level in the public debt limitation]
  4. H. R. 15495 (Amendments)/July 24, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 15495, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1973 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to authorize construction at certain installations in connection with the Safeguard antiballistic missile system, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  5. H. R. 15495 (Amendment)/July 25, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 15495, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1973 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to authorize construction at certain installations in connection with the Safeguard antiballistic missile system, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]
  6. S. 3877/August 2, 1972 [To prohibit the impoundment of funds from the Highway Trust Fund which have been apportioned and appropriated]; see also Box 117:10
  7. S. 1729/August 8, 1972 [To increase the supply of railroad rolling stock and to improve its utilization to meet the needs of commerce, users, shippers, national defense, and the consuming public]
  8. S. Res. 355/August 15, 1972 [Commending Senator John L. McClelland, Senior Senator from Arkansas, on his distinguished career as Chairman of the Government Operations Committee of the United States Senate]
  9. S. 3925/August 16, 1972 [To be entitled "An Act to regulate the testimony of newsmen in Federal criminal cases"]
  10. S. Res. 358/September 6, 1972 [Expressing the sense of the Senate on the tragic killings of Israeli Olympic team members at the twentieth Olympiad at Munich]
  11. S. J. Res. 265/September 8, 1972 [To provide grants for Allen J. Ellender fellowships to disadvantaged secondary school students and their teachers to participate in a Washington public affairs program]
  12. S. J. Res. 241 (Amendments)/September 11, 1972 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright...to S. J. Res. 241, a joint resolution authorizing the President to approve an interim agreement between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics]; see also Box 114:17; Box 124:5
  13. S. 4001/September 19, 1972 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act to provide for the liberalization and automatic adjustment (in accordance with rising wage levels) of the earnings test thereunder, which provides for deductions in monthly benefits on account for excess earnings]; see also Box 52:7-8; Box 63:2; Box 71:3; Box 77:6; Box 98:1
  14. JWF Amendment to H. R. 16029 (Foreign Aid Authorization) September 22, 1972.
  15. S. 4039/September 27, 1972 [To amend Public Law 90-553 concerning an international center for sites for chanceries for foreign embassies]; see also Box 78:1-2; Box 85:16; Box 91:15; Box 96:5; Box 119:13]
  16. Unprinted Amendment to H. R. 16593 (Department of Defense Appropriation on Advanced Airborne National Command Post)

Box 116

  1. S. 11 (Report No. 93-227)/January 4, June 19, 1973 [To grant the consent of the United States to the Arkansas River Basin compact, Arkansas-Oklahoma]
  2. S. 50/January 4, 1973 [To strengthen and improve the Older Americans Act of 1965, and for other purposes]
  3. S. 136/January 4, 1973 [To authorize financial assistance for opportunities industrialization center]
  4. S. 156/January 4, 1973 [To require the termination of all weapons range activities conducted on or near the Culebra complex of the Atlantic Fleet Weapons Range]
  5. S. 162/January 4, 1973 [To authorize the modification for the White River Basin project in the State of Arkansas]
  6. S. 174/January 4, 1973 [To provide for coverage of certain drugs under Medicare]
  7. S. 316/January 11, 1973 [To further the purposes of the Wilderness Act of 1964 by designating certain lands for inclusion in the national wilderness preservation system, and for other purposes (Eastern Wilderness Area Act)]; see also Box 116:8; Box 125:7. Part I
  8. S. 316/January 11, 1973. Part II

Box 117

  1. S. 373/January 16, 1973 [To insure the separation of Federal powers and to protect the legislative function by requiring the President to notify the Congress whenever he impounds funds, or authorizes the impounding of funds, and to provide a procedure under which the Senate and House of Representatives may approve the President's action or require the President to cease such action]; see also Box 111:15; Box 115:6; Box 117:10
  2. S. 394/January 16, 1973 [To amend the Rural Electrification Act of 1936, as amended, to reaffirm that such funds made available for each fiscal year to carry out the programs provided for in such Act be fully obligated in said year, and for other purposes]; see also Box 113:6
  3. S. 418/January 18, 1973 [To amend the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act of 1972]; see also Box 75:13; Box 92:3
  4. S. 459/January 18, 1974 [To require the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out a rural environmental assistance program]; see also Box 113:2
  5. S. 514/January 23, 1973 [To amend the Act of June 27, 1960 (74 Stat. 220), relating to the preservation of historical and archaeological data]
  6. S. 516/January 23, 1973 [To amend title VI of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 to provide for a four-year term for the appointment of the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation]
  7. S. 518/January 23, 1973 [To provide that appointments to the offices of Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget shall be subject to confirmation by the Senate]
  8. S. 548/January 23, 1973 [To provide price support for milk at not less than 85 per cent of the parity price therefor]; see also Box 109:12
  9. S. 630/January 31, 1973 [To encourage and support the dissemination of news, opinion, scientific, cultural, and educational matter through the mails]; see also Box 115:2
  10. S. 653/January 31, 1973 [To insure the separation of powers by prohibiting the impoundment for funds from the Highway Trust Fund which have been apportioned and appropriated]; see also Box 115:6
  11. S. 726/February 1, 1973 [Concerning the allocation of water pollution funds among the States in fiscal 1973 and fiscal 1974]
  12. S. 755/February 5, 1973 [To provide four-year terms for the heads of the executive departments]
  13. S. 771/February 6, 1973 [To define the circumstances in which foreign states are immune from the jurisdiction of United States courts and in which execution may not be levied on their own assets, and for other purposes]
  14. S. 790/February 7, 1973 [To provide an additional permanent district judgeship in Arkansas]
  15. S. 837/February 8, 1973 [To amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid

Box 118

  1. S. 837 (Amendment)/February 8, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 837, a bill to amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961; and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  2. S. 856/February 15, 1973 [To reserve a site for the use of the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  3. S. 857/February 15, 1973 [To authorize the Smithsonian Institution to plan museum support facilities]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  4. S. 858/February 15, 1973 [To amend title 5, United States Code, with regard to the availability to the Congress and the General Accounting Office of information of the executive branch of the Government]
  5. S. 882/February 15, 1973 [To amend section 355 of title 38, United States Code, relating to the authority of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs to readjust the schedule of ratings for the disabilities of veterans]
  6. S. Res. 67/February 20, 1973 [Calling on the President to promote negotiations for a comprehensive test ban treaty]; see also Box 113:13
  7. S. Con. Res. 12/February 22, 1973 [It is the sense of the Congress that the President, in accordance with the policy of the United States established by law, should continue the Office of Economic Opportunity administering and supervising the important activities entrusted to that Office under the provisions of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 and submit a revised budget request for such activities for fiscal year 1974]
  8. S. 502 (Amendment)/March 8, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 502, a bill to authorize appropriations for the construction of certain highways in accordance with title 23 of the United States Code, and for other purposes]
  9. S. 1128/March 8, 1973 [To protect the freedom of speech and of the press and to secure the flow of information in interstate and foreign commerce by protecting the newsman against the compulsory disclosure of confidential sources of information and the compulsory production of unpublished information]
  10. S. 1170/March 12, 1973 [Authorizing continuing appropriations for Peace Corps]; see Box 73:14 for other legislation concerning the Peace Corps
  11. S. 1171/March 12, 1973 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropriations, and for other purposes]; see also Box 64:1; Box 73:5; Box 76:1; Box 78:8; Box 80:9; Box 85:7; Box 96:10; Box 123:15
  12. S. 1220/March 14, 1973 [To limit the authority of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare to impose, by regulations, certain additional restrictions upon the availability and use of Federal funds authorized for social services under the public assistance programs established by the Social Security Act]
  13. S. 1235/March 14, 1973 [To amend Public Law 90-553 authorizing an additional appropriation for an International Center for Foreign Chanceries]
  14. S. 1248/March 15, 1973 [To authorize appropriations for the Department of State, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:2; Box 69:4; Box 96:12-13; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:16; Box 119:13; Box 122:2; Box 123:15
  15. S. 1315/March 22, 1973 [To extend diplomatic privileges and immunities to the Liaison Office of the People's Republic of China, and to members thereof, and for other purposes]
  16. S. 1317/March 22, 1973 [To authorize appropriations for the United States Information Agency]; see also Box 63:12; Box 80:7; Box 85:6; Box 93:11; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 122:16

Box 119

  1. S. Res. 86/March 22, 1973 [Amending the Standing Rules of the Senate]
  2. S. 1377/March 27, 1973 [To amend the law authorizing the President to extend certain privileges to representatives of member states on the Council of the Organization of American States]
  3. S. 1381/March 27, 1973 [To amend certain provisions of the Land and Water conservation Fund Act of 1965 relating to the collection of fees in connection with the use of Federal areas for outdoor recreation purposes]; see also Box 85:1; Box 94:6; Box 119:4
  4. S. 1381/March 27, 1973 User Fees [Authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out a program providing for the inspection of fish produced on fish farms in the United States]; see also Box 53:5-8; Box 83:11-12
  5. S. 1397/March 27, 1973 [Authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out a program providing for the inspection of fish produced on fish farms in the United States]; see also Box 53:5-8; Box 83:11-12
  6. S. 1398/March 27, 1973 [To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to transfer to the Government of the Republic of the Philippines funds for making payments on certain pre-1934 bonds of the Philippines, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 1443/April 3, 1973 [To authorize the furnishing of defense articles and services to foreign countries and international organizations]
  8. S. 1472/April 4, 1973 [To help preserve the separation of powers and to further the constitutional prerogatives of Congress by providing for Congressional review of executive agreements]
  9. S. 1520/April 10, 1973 [To establish a commission to study all laws, and executive branch rules, regulations, orders, and procedures, relating to the classification and protection of information for the purpose of determining their consistency with the efficient operation of the Government, including the proper performance of its duties by the Congress, and for other purposes]
  10. S. 1525/April 10, 1973 [to remove certain limitations on annual operation and maintenance expenditures applicable to the United States section of the International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico, and for other purposes]
  11. S. 1526/April 10, 1973 [To amend the International Organizations Immunities Act to authorize the President to extend certain privileges and immunities to the Organization of African Unity]
  12. S. 1551/April 12, 1973 [To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 with respect to rice and peanuts]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 13-14; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 124:10
  13. S. 1248 (Amendment)/April 17, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 1248, a bill to authorize appropriations for the Department of State, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:2; Box 69:3; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:15; Box 118:14; Box 122:2; Box 123:14
  14. S. 1600/April 17, 1973 [To require annual authorization prescribing the maximum number of members of the armed forced of the United States that may be deployed in major geographic regions of the world outside the United States]
  15. S. 1625/April 18, 1973 [To extend until November 1, 1978, the existing exemption of the steamboat Delta Queen from certain vessel laws]

Box 120

  1. S. 1641/April 18, 1973 [To amend the Rules of the House of Representatives and the Senate to improve congressional control over budgetary outlay and receipt totals, to provide for a Legislative Budget Director and Staff, and for other purposes. Part I
  2. S. 1641/April 18, 1973. Part II
  3. S. J. Res. 102/May 2, 1973 [To authorize and request the President to proclaim June 17, 1973, as a day of commemoration of the opening of the upper Mississippi River by Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet in 1673]
  4. S. 1263 (Amendment)/May 8, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 1263, a bill to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1974 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component of the Selected Reserve of each Reserve component of the Armed Forces, and for other purposes]; see also Box 114:1; Box 115:4-5; Box 121:19; Box 122:3-4, 7
  5. S. 1733/May 8, 1973 [To promote the foreign policy of the United States by prohibiting travel in a restricted area]; see also Box 95:3
  6. J. E. Hoover - S. 1672 (Amendment)/May 10, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by... to S. 1672, a bill to amend the Small Business Act]; see also Box 44:10; Box 46:1; Box 54:7; Box 55:3; Box 56:6; Box 57:3; Box 58:1; Box 61:2: Box 70:1
  7. S. 1791/May 14, 1973 [To amend title VIII of the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended, relating to the Foreign Service retirement and disability system, and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:11; Box 75:10, 18; Box 78:10; Box 81:16; Box 96:13; Box 105:13; Box 109:7
  8. S. 1844/May 17, 1973 [To provide for the establishment of an American Folklife Center in the Library of Congress, and for other purposes]
  9. S. 1875/May 23, 1973 [To amend the Vocational Rehabilitation Act to extend and revise the authorization of grants to states for vocational rehabilitation services, to authorize grants for rehabilitation services to those with severe disabilities, and for other purposes]; see also Box 60:4; Box 63:7
  10. S. 1887/May 23, 1973 [To provide for the appointment of alternates for the governors of the International Monetary Fund and of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development]; see also Box 64:3; Box 79:4; Box 83:13-14; Box 96:9; Box 105:11
  11. S. 1923/May 31, 1973 [To amend the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 to provide that Federal agencies keep congressional committees fully and currently informed]
  12. S. 1942/June 4, 1973 [To enable the United States to contribute its share of the expenses of the International Commission of Control and Supervision as provided in article 14 of the protocol concerning the said Commission of the Agreement on Ending the War and Restoring Peace in Vietnam]; see also Box 121:9
  13. S. 2010/June 18, 1973 [To establish rates of compensation for certain positions within the Smithsonian Institution]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  14. Fulbright Unprinted Amendment to NASA Authorization Bill (H. R. 7528)/June 19, 1973

Box 121

  1. S. 2059/June 25, 1973 [To provide for the furnishing by the United States Government of foreign economic and humanitarian assistance]; see also Box 110:4; Box 112:8
  2. H. R. 7445 (Amendment)/June 29, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 7445, an Act to amend the Renegotiation Act of 1951]
  3. JWF Unprinted Amendment to H. J. Res. 636 Prohibiting Funds for United States Involvement in Indochina/June 29, 1973
  4. JWF Unprinted Amendment to H. J. Res. 636 (Limiting Foreign Aid Expenditures)/June 29, 1973
  5. S. 2137/July 10, 1973 [To amend the Act of October 15, 1966 (80 Stat. 953, 20 U.S.C. 65a), relating to the National Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, so as to authorize additional appropriations to the Smithsonian Institution for carrying out the purposes of said Act]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  6. Javits/Fulbright, Cosponsors of Amendments to H. R. 7447, Supplemental Appropriations Bill
  7. S. 440 (Amendments)/July 16, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 440, a bill to make rules governing the use of the Armed Forces of the United States in the absence of a declaration of war by Congress]; see also Box 114:5; Box 121:10
  8. S. 2193/July 17, 1973 [To provide for increased participation by the United States in the Asian Development Bank;] see also Box 86:4; Box 105:5; 109:5; Box 122:14
  9. S. J. Res. 135/July 19, 1973 [Terminating hostilities in Indochina on August 15, 1973]; see also Box 120;12
  10. S. 440 (Amendments)/July 19, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 440, a bill to make rules governing the use of the Armed Forces of the United States in the absence of a declaration of war by Congress]; see also Box 114:5; Box 121:7
  11. S. 372 (Amendment)/July 24, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 372, a bill to amend Communications Act of 1934 to relieve broadcasters of the equal time requirement of section 315 with respect to presidential and vice-presidential candidates and to amend the Campaign Communications Reform Act to provide a further limitation on expenditures in election campaigns for Federal elective office (Congressional salaries)]; see also Box 75:9; Box 103:12; Box 106:4; Box 121:13; Box 123:2; Box 124: 6,11
  12. JWF Unprinted Amendment to S. 1893 [sic] [1983] (Endangered Species Act re: Smithsonian)/July 24, 1973]; see Box 78:5 for other legislation concerning the Smithsonian Institution
  13. S. 372 (Amendment)/July 25, 1973 [Proposed by...to S. 372, a bill to amend the Communications Act of 1934 to relieve broadcasters of the equal time requirement of section 315 with respect to presidential and vice presidential candidates and to amend the Campaign Communications Reform Act to provide a further limitation on expenditures in election campaigns for Federal elective office (congressional salaries)]; see also Box 75:9; Box 103:12; Box 106:4; Box 121:11; Box 123:2; Box 124:6, 11
  14. S. 1914 (Amendment)/July 27, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 1914, a bill to provide for the establishment of the Board for International Broadcasting, to authorize the continuation of assistance to Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, and for other purposes]
  15. S. 2318/August 1, 1973 [To enforce the first amendment and fourth amendment to the Constitution, and the constitutional right of privacy by prohibiting any civil or military officer of the United States or the militia of any State from using the Armed Forces of the United States or the militia of any State to exercise surveillance of civilians or to execute the civil laws, and for other purposes]
  16. S. 2356/August 3, 1973 [To modify the project for flood control and improvement of the lower Mississippi River]
  17. S. 2359/August 3, 1973 [To amend title II of the Social Security Act so as to liberalize the conditions governing eligibility of blind persons to receive disability insurance benefits thereunder]; see also Box 93:3; Box 103:2; Box 110:1
  18. S. 2397/September 10, 1973 [To provide a 7 per centrum increase in social security benefits thereunder]; see also Box 93:3; Box 103:2; Box 110:1
  19. H. R. 9286 (Amendments)/September 17, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 9286, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1974 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the Armed Forces, and the military training student loads, and for other purposes]

Box 122

  1. S. 2432/September 18, 1973 [To establish a procedure assuring Congress the full and prompt production of information requested from Federal officers and employees]; see also Box 120:11
  2. S. 2436 (Report No. 93-396)/September 18, 1973 [To authorize appropriations for the Department of State and for other purposes]; see also Box 67:2; Box 69:3; Box 96:12 ;Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:15; Box 118:14; Box 119:13; Box 123:14
  3. H. R. 9286 (Amendments)/September 20, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by ...to H. R. 9286, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1974 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the Armed Forces, and the military training student loads, and for other purposes]
  4. H. R. 9286 (Amendment)/September 20, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 9286, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1974 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the Armed Forces, and to prescribe the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the Armed Forces, and the military training student loads, and for other purposes]
  5. S. 2463/September 221, 1973 [To change the name of the Beaver Dam in the State of Arkansas to the James W. Trimble Dam];. see also Box 114:9
  6. S. J. Res. 158/September 26, 1973 [To set aside regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency under section 206 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended]
  7. H. R. 9286 (Amendment)/September 26, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 9286, an Act to authorize appropriations during the fiscal year 1974 for procurement of aircraft, missiles, naval vessels, tracked combat vehicles, torpedoes, and other weapons, and research, development, test, and evaluation for the armed services, and to prescribed the authorized personnel strength for each active duty component and of the Selected Reserve of each reserve component of the Armed Forces, and the military training student loans, and for other purposes]
  8. S. 2335 (Amendment)/September 28, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to S. 2335, a bill to amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, and for other purposes]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
  9. S. Res. 179/October 8, 1973 [Deploring the outbreak of hostilities in the Middle East]
  10. S. 2581/October 13, 1973 [To amend the Randolph-Sheppard Act for the blind to provide for a strengthening of the program authorized thereunder, and for other purposes]; see also Box 103:1
  11. S. 2611/October 26, 1973 [To insure the enforcement of the criminal laws and the due administration of justice; establish an independent Special Prosecutor]
  12. S. 2662/November 7, 1973 [To authorize appropriations for United States participation in the International Ocean Exposition'75]
  13. S. 2665/November 7, 1973 [To provide for increased participation by the United Sates in the International Development Association]; see also Box 58:5; Box 69:6; Box 80:8; Box 96:7; Box 110:15]
  14. S. 2666/November 7, 1973 [To provide for increased United States contributions to the Special Funds of the Asian Development Bank]
  15. S. 2677/November 9, 1973 [To implement the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organizations Conventions on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export, and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property]
  16. S. 2681 (Report No. 93-493)/November 9, 1973 [To authorize appropriations for the United States Information Agency]; see also Box 63:12; Box 80:7; Box 85:6; Box 93:11; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 118:16

Box 123

  1. H. R. 11104 (Amendment)/November 13, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 11104, an Act to provide for a temporary increase of $13,000,000,000 in the public debt limit and to extend the period to which this temporary limit applies to June 30, 1974]; see also Box 115:3; Box 125:10
  2. S. 2699/November 14, 1973 [To amend section 315 of the Communications Act of 1934, in order to require the furnishing of equal opportunities in the use of a broadcasting station to the national committee of the major opposition political party in certain cases when the President uses such station]; see also Box 75:9; Box 103:12; Box 106:4; Box 121:11, 13
  3. S. 2589 (Amendment)/November 15, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 2589, a bill to authorize and direct the President and State and local governments, to develop contingency plans for reducing petroleum consumption and assuring the continuation of vital public services in the event of emergency fuel shortages or severe dislocations in the nation's fuel distribution system, and for other purposes]
  4. S. 2712/November 15, 1973 [To amend the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949, as amended, to provide for the timely determination of certain claims of American nationals settled by the United States-Hungarian Claims Agreement of March 6, 1973, and for other purposes]
  5. S. 2784/December 6, 1973 [To amend title 38, United States Code, to increase the vocational rehabilitation subsistence allowance, educational assistance allowances, and the special training allowances paid to eligible veterans and persons under chapters 31, 34, and 35 of such title; to improve and expand the special programs for educationally disadvantaged veterans and servicemen under chapter 34 of such title; to improve and expand the veteran-student services program; to establish a veterans education loan program for veterans eligible for benefits under chapter 34 of such title; to promote the employment of veterans and the wives and widows of certain veterans by improving and expanding the provisions governing the operation of the Veterans Employment Service and by providing for an action plan for the employment of disabled and Vietnam-era veterans; to make improvements in the educational assistance program; to re-codify and expand veterans' re-employment rights; to make improvements in the administration of educational benefits; and for other purposes (Vietnam-era veterans' educational assistance bill)]; see also Box 42:5; Box 70:10; Box 76:7-8; Box 81:23; Box 82:1; Box 89:2-3; Box 110:18
  6. S. 2801/December 12, 1973 [To amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to include a definition of food supplements, and for other purposes]
  7. S. 2820/December 17, 19783 [To establish administrative and governmental practices and procedures for certain kinds of surveillance activities engaged in by the administrative agencies and departments of the Government when executing their investigative, law enforcement, and other functions, and for other purposes]
  8. H. R. 11088 (Amendments)/December 19, 1973 [Intended to be proposed by Mr. Fulbright to H. R. 11088, an Act to provide emergency security assistance authorizations for Israel and Cambodia]
  9. S. Res. 222/December 19, 1973 [To authorize a National Ocean Policy Study]
  10. S. 2854/December 21, 1973 [To amend the Public Health Service Act to expand the authority of the National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolism, and Digestive Diseases in order to advance a national attack on arthritis]; see also Box 80:6; Box 104:19; Box 109:9; Box 125:1; Box 126:7
  11. S. Con. Res. 63/January 21, 1974 [Relating to unaccounted for personnel captured, killed, or missing during the Indochina conflict]
  12. S. 2868/January 21, 1974 [To provide for tax counseling to the elderly in the preparation of their Federal income tax returns]
  13. S. 2872/January 21, 1974 [To amend the Department of State Appropriations Authorization Act of 1973]; see also Box 67:2; Box 69:3; Box 96:12; Box 104:3; Box 110:13; Box 113:15; Box 118:14; Box 119:13; Box 122:2
  14. S. 2873/January 21, 1974 [To amend the Foreign Service Buildings Act, 1926, to authorize additional appropriations]; see also Box 64:1; Box 73:5; Box 76:1; Box 78:8; Box 80:9; Box 85:8; Box 96:10; Box 118:11 Box 124
    1. S. Res. 254/January 29, 1974 [Relative to the present high price of propane gas]
    2. S. 2932/January 31, 1974 [To amend title 38 of the United States Code to provide that veterans' pension and compensation will not be reduced as a result of certain increases in monthly social security benefits]
    3. S. Res. 281/February 7, 1974 [To express the sense of the Senate with respect to the allocation of necessary energy sources to the tourism business]
    4. S. Con. Res. 67/February 7, 1974 [Providing for the termination of assistance under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961]; see Box 24:7 for other legislation concerning foreign aid
    5. S. Res. 283/February 8, 1974 [Relating to further arms limitation and reduction treaties and agreements between the United States and the Soviet Union]; see also Box 114:17; Box 115:12
    6. S. Res. 285/February 19, 1974 [To disapprove the recommended rates of pay (Congressional salaries)]; see also Box 121:11, 13; Box 124:11
    7. S. 3018/February 19, 1974 [To authorize the Secretary of the Army to convey certain lands to the city of Charleston, Arkansas]
    8. S. 3026/February 19, 1974 [To exempt the first sale of certain categories of crude oil from Government price controls]
    9. S. Res. 291/February 26, 1974 [Relating to missing newsmen in Southeast Asia]
    10. S. 3075/February 27, 1974 [To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938]; see also Box 31:2; Box 41:5-6; Box 42:1-3, 13-14; Box 44:12; Box 45:1; Box 50:2-3; Box 73:10; Box 119:12
    11. S. Res. 293 (Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute)/March 1, 1974 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. Res. 293, a resolution to disapprove pay recommendations of the President with respect to rates of pay for Members of Congress]; see also Box 121:11,13; Box 124:6
    12. S. 3133/March 8, 1974 [For the relief of Raul Arriaza, his wife, Maria Marquart Schubart Arriaza, and their children, Andres Arriaza, and Daniel Aivouich Arriaza]
    13. S. J. Res. 196/March 20, 1974 [Designating April 21 through April 28 as "Earth Week, 1974"]
    14. S. 3231/March 26, 1974 [To provide indemnity payments to poultry and egg producers and processors]

    Box 125

    1. S. 3280/April 1, 1974 [To amend the Public Health Service Act to revise and extend programs of health delivery and health revenue sharing, and for other purposes]; see also Box 80:6; Box 104:19; Box 109:9; Box 123:11; Box 126:7
    2. S. Res. 307/April 9, 1974 [Requesting the conclusion of a new national wetlands inventory by the year 1976]
    3. S. 3371/April 24, 1974 [To amend the Forest Pest Control Act of June 25, 1947]
    4. S. 3383/April 25, 1974 [To amend title 38 of the United States Code in order to provide service pension to certain veterans of World War I and pension to the widows of such veterans]
    5. S. 3398/April 29, 1974 [To amend title 38, United States Code, to provide a ten-year delimiting period for the pursuit of educational programs by veterans, wives, and widows]
    6. S. J. Res. 209/May 2, 1974 [To authorize and request the President to issue a proclamation designating May 12 through 18, 1974, as "National Migrant Education Week"]
    7. S. 3433 (Report No. 93-803)/May 2, 1974 [To further the purposes of the Wilderness Act by designating certain acquired lands for inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System, to provide for study of certain additional lands for such inclusion, and for other purposes]; see also Box 117:7-8
    8. S. 1539 (Amendment)/May 13, 1974 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 1539, a bill to amend and extend certain Acts relating to elementary and secondary education programs, and for other purposes]; see also Box 40:7; Box 41:2; Box 42:6; Box 47:6; Box 48:1; Box 71:8; Box 72:9; Box 74:9; Box 78:15; Box 82:2; Box 86:1; Box 103:13; Box 104:1; Box 113:10
    9. H. R. 8217 (Amendment)/May 21, 1974 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 8217, an Act to exempt from duty certain equipment and repairs for vessels operated by or for any agency of the United States where the entries were made in connection with vessels arriving before January 5, 1971]
    10. H. R. 14832 (Amendment)/May 30, 1974 [Intended to be proposed by...to H. R. 14832, an Act to provide for a temporary increase in the public debt limit]; see also Box 115:3; Box 123:1
    11. S. Res. 345 (Report No. 93-955)/June 21, 1974 [Authorizing supplemental expenditures by the Committee on Foreign Relations for a study of matters pertaining to the foreign policy of the United States]

    Box 126

    1. S. 3689/June 21, 1974 [To complement the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations]; see also Box 85:12; Box 92:12
    2. S. J. Res. 220, 221, 222/June 26, 1974 [To provide for the appointments of Dr. William A. M. Burden, Dr. Caryl P. Haskins, and Dr. Murray Gill-Mann as Citizen Regents of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution]; see also Box 78:6; Box 83:1; Box 92:5; Box 95:10-12; Box 96:11; Box 97:3; Box 98:6; Box 105:3; Box 112:4-6
    3. S. 3783/July 18, 1974 [To implement certain provisions of the International Convention on Fishing and Conservation of the Living Resources of the High Seas, and for other purposes]
    4. S. 3817/July 26, 1974 [To amend the National Bank Act, the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, the National Housing Act; and for other purposes]; see also Box 42:12; Box 50:7; Box 64:2; see Box 18:1 for other legislation concerning housing
    5. S. 3880/August 6, 1974 [To repeal certain provisions of law relating to Cuba]; see also Box 101:11; Box 111:10-11
    6. S. 3958/August 22, 1974 [To amend the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act by designating a certain river in the State of Arkansas for potential addition to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System]
    7. S. 3585 (Amendment)/September 17, 1974 [Intended to be proposed by...to S. 3585, a bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to revise and extend the program of assistance under title VII for training in the health and allied professions, to revise the National Health Service Corps program and the National Health Service Corps scholarship training program, and for other purposes]; see also Box 80:6; Box 104:19; Box 109:9; Box 123:11; Box 125:1
    8. S. 4103/October 9, 1974 [To authorize certain officers and employees of the Department of State and of the Foreign Service to carry firearms for the purpose of protecting designated individuals]
    9. S. 4121/October 10, 1974 [To establish programs for the benefit of producers and consumers of rice]

    Subseries 3. Congressional Voting Record. House of Representatives and Senate voting record

    Box 127 - House of Representatives Voting Record

    1. 78th Congress, 1st Session, 1943
    2. 78th Congress, 2nd Session, 1944

    Senate Voting Record

    1. 79th Congress, 1st Session, 1945
    2. 79th Congress, 2nd Session, 1946
    3. 80th Congress, 1st Session, 1947
    4. 80th Congress, 2nd Session, 1948
    5. 81st Congress, 1st Session, 1949
    6. 81st Congress, 2nd Session, 1950
    7. 82nd Congress, 1st Session, 1951
    8. 82nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1952
    9. 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953
    10. 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1954
    11. 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955

    Box 128

    1. 85th Congress, 1st Session, 1957, Indexed by Subject
    2. 85th Congress, 1st Session, 1957, Indexed by Senate Committee
    3. Yea and Nay Votes in the Senate of the United States, 8th Congress, 1st Session, January 3-August 30, 1957, Indexed
    4. 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958, Indexed by Subject
    5. Yea and Nay Votes in the Senate of the United States, 85th Congress, 2nd Session, January 7-August 24, 1958

    Box 129

    1. 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958, Indexed by Senate Committee
    2. 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959, Indexed by Subject

    Box 130

    1. 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959, Indexed by Committee
    2. Yea and Nay Votes in the Senate of the United States, 86th Congress, 1st Session, January 7-September 15, 1959
    3. 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 1960, Indexed by Subject

    Box 131

    1. 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 1960, Indexed by Committee
    2. 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961, Indexed by Subject
    3. 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961, Indexed by Committee

    Box 132

    1. 87th Congress, 2nd Session, 1962, Indexed by Subject

    Box 133

    1. 87th Congress, 2nd Session, 1962, Indexed by Subject (1 of 2)
    2. 87th Congress, 2nd Session, 1962, Indexed by Subject (2 of 2)
    3. 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963, Indexed by Committee (1 of 2)

    Box 134

    1. 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963 Indexed by Committee (2 of 2)
    2. 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1964, Indexed by Subject

    Box 135

    1. 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1963 Indexed by Committee
    2. Entire Senate Voting Record, January 9, 1963-October 3, 1964, Indexed by Subject

    Box 136

    1. 89th Congress, 1st Session, 1965, Indexed by Subject
    2. 89th Congress, 1st Session, 1965 Indexed by Committee
    3. Individual Senate Voting Record of Senator J. W. Fulbright, January 4-October 23, 1965

    Box 137

    1. 89th Congress, 2nd Session, 1966, Indexed by Subject
    2. 89th Congress, 2nd Session, 1966, Indexed by Committee

    Box 138

    1. Individual Senate Voting Record of Senator J. W. Fulbright, January 10-October 22, 1966
    2. 90th Congress, 1st Session, 1967, Indexed by Subject

    Box 139

    1. 90th Congress, 1st Session, 1967, Indexed by Committee
    2. Individual Senate Voting Record of Senator J. W. Fulbright, January 10-December 15, 1967

    Box 140

    1. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, 1968, Indexed by Subject (1 of 2)
    2. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, 1968, Indexed by Subject (2 of 2)

    Box 141

    1. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, 1968, Indexed by Committee (1 of 2)
    2. 90th Congress, 2nd Session, 1968, Indexed by Committee (2 of 2)
    3. Individual Senate Voting Record of Senator J. W. Fulbright, January 15-October 14, 1968

    Box 142

    1. 91th Congress, 1st Session, 1969, Indexed by Committee

    Box 143

    1. 91th Congress, 2nd Session, 1970, Indexed by Subject (1 of 2)
    2. 91th Congress, 2nd Session, 1970, Indexed by Subject (2 of 2)

    Box 144

    1. 91th Congress, 2nd Session, 1970, Indexed by Committee (1 of 2)
    2. 91th Congress, 2nd Session, 1970, Indexed by Committee (2 of 2)

    Box 145

    1. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971, Indexed by Committee (1 or 2)
    2. 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971, Indexed by Committee (2 of 2)

    Box 146

    1. 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972, Indexed by Committee (1 of 2)
    2. 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972, Indexed by Committee (2 of 2)

    Box 147

    1. Individual Senate Voting Record of Senator J. W. Fulbright, January 18-October 18, 1972
    2. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973, Indexed by Committee (1 of 2)

    Box 148

    1. 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973, Indexed by Committee (2 of 2)
    2. Senate Record Votes, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, January 3-December 22, 1973
    3. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974, Indexed by Committee (1 of 2)

    Box 149

    1. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974, Indexed by Committee (2 of 2)
    2. Appropriations, 93rd Congress, 1973-1974

    Box 150

    1. Entire Senate Voting Record of Senator J. W. Fulbright by Subject, January 3, 1945-October 13, 1962
    2. Congressional Record Index—Clippings, January 9, 1963-November 26, 1974

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