Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M. Goldwater 1880s-2008

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Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M. Goldwater 1880s-2008

FM MSS 1


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998
Title: Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M. Goldwater
Inclusive Dates: 1880s-2008
Quantity: 970 Boxes (1,180 Linear Feet)
Abstract:The personal and political papers of Barry Goldwater span over 100 years. In addition to extensive legislative, personal correspondence and campaign files, the collection includes microfilm, photographs, audio-visual material, artifacts, cartoons, clippings, albums, and memorabilia. It has been described in detail using notes at the series and sub-series level, which may be found embedded in the container list below.
Identification: FM MSS 1
Language: Material in English
Repository: Arizona State University Library. Greater Arizona Collection
Arizona State University Library
P.O. Box 871006
Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
Phone: (480) 965-4932
E-Mail: archives@asu.edu
Questions? Ask An Archivist!

Biographical Note

Barry M. Goldwater was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 1, 1909. He attended grade school in Phoenix and at age 13 succeeded in setting up the first commercial radio transmitter in Arizona, KFDA – the 36th station licensed in the U.S. He attended high school at Staunton Military Academy in Virginia where he became an outstanding cadet and student athlete. He played football, ran track, and was captain of the record-setting swim team. After graduation, he enrolled at the University of Arizona. His academic career was cut short in 1929 by his father's death, whereupon he entered the family business, Goldwaters department store. Starting as a junior clerk, Goldwater progressed to become President and eventually Chairman of the Board – a position he held until 1953.

Goldwater married Margaret (Peggy) Johnson of Muncie, Indiana in 1934. They had four children, Joanne, Barry Jr., Michael, and Margaret (Peggy) Jr. Peggy died in 1985. In 1992, he married Susan Wechsler.

In 1940, Goldwater joined Norman Nevills on a 42-day trip down the Green and Colorado Rivers and became the 71st person to travel the full length of the Colorado. His film, photographs, slides, and lecture "Shooting the Rapids" took him to venues throughout Arizona. He drew large audiences, thus setting the stage for future political campaigns. His award-winning photography was exhibited worldwide and won him membership in the prestigious Royal Photographic Society.

Barry Goldwater's military career spanned 37 years. During World War II, he volunteered for active duty in 1942 but was rejected due to his age and previous athletic injuries. He persisted and eventually was assigned to Yuma, Arizona where he was a gunnery instructor and perfected a technique that increased target accuracy. He later became one of 10 pilots to fly P-47 Thunderbolts across the North Atlantic to Europe. He retired in 1969 as a Major General in the U.S. Air Force Reserves. By the end of his career, he had logged 15,000 hours of flight time, flew over 250 aircraft, and received numerous awards, medals, and commendations.

Goldwater launched his political career in 1949 on a Republican reform platform and won a seat on the Phoenix City Council. In 1952, Barry Goldwater challenged the incumbent Ernest McFarland and won a seat in the U.S. Senate. He served two terms and then ran for President against Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964. Although it was a landslide defeat, Goldwater emerged as a political icon for the conservative movement and the Republican Party. He was re-elected to the Senate in 1968 and served until his retirement in 1986. During his thirty-year career, he served on the Banking and Currency, Labor and Public Welfare, Interior and Insular Affairs, Aeronautical and Space Sciences, Armed Forces, Labor and Public Welfare, Select Committee on Intelligence, Indian Affairs, and Commerce, Science and Transportation and Small Business committees. These committees reflect his lifelong interests in aviation, amateur radio, technology, defense, labor and union issues, national security, and Native Americans.

On May 29, 1998, Barry M. Goldwater died at his home in Phoenix from complications of a stroke.

Chronology

1909January 1, Baron (Barry) Morris Goldwater is born at home to Baron Goldwater and Josephine (JoJo) Williams Goldwater in Phoenix, Arizona. He is later joined by brother Robert and sister Carolyn.
1912Arizona becomes the 48th state in the union on February 14th. Young Barry is the ring bearer at the first wedding performed in the State of Arizona. The couple, Joe Melczer and Hazel Goldberg, delayed their wedding until they received word that Arizona had become a state.
1920His father gives him his first crystal radio set sparking a lifelong interest in ham radio.
1922At age 13, assists in setting up the first commercial radio transmitter in Arizona, KFDA. It is the 36th station licensed in the United States.
1923-1928Attends Staunton Military Academy in Virginia. Plays center in football, runs track and is the captain of the swim team. Named Outstanding Cadet of the senior class.
1928Applies for a commission as Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Attends the University of Arizona the fall semester of that year.
1929Baron Goldwater dies at age 62. Barry leaves the university to assume his position in the family department store, Goldwaters, while brother Bob finishes college at Stanford.
1930Commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserve. Registers for the first time as a Republican. Takes flight lessons and makes his first solo flight after 10 hours of instruction. Flying becomes a life long passion. Meets Peggy Johnson, daughter of industrialist R. P. Johnson, in December of that year.
1931Makes his first cross country flight to Los Angeles. During his lifetime, clocks 15,000 hours of flight time in 270 different types of aircraft including helicopters, sail planes and gliders.
1933Promoted to First Lieutenant in the U.S. Infantry Reserve. Proposes marriage to Peggy Johnson.
1934Barry Goldwater and Peggy Johnson marry in her hometown of Muncie, Indiana.
1935Enters his first photographic art exhibit at The First Annual Salon of The Arizona Pictorialists. Becomes a serious photographer exhibiting in over 200 juried shows nationally and internationally.
1936First child, Joanne is born. Organizes winter relief flights to the Navajo Nation.
1937Serves as General Chairman of the Phoenix Community Chest drive.
1938Second child, Barry Jr. is born.
1939Creates a national fad with Antsy Pants, men's underwear printed with large red ants. Women's Wear Daily describes him as a creative merchandising dynamo. Sells first photograph "Coalmine Canyon" to Arizona Highways.
1940Publishes Arizona Portraits resulting in his induction into the Royal Photographic Society. Joins the Norman Nevills party on a trip down the Green and Colorado Rivers and for 42 days runs the rapids in a wooden boat. Becomes the 71st known person to travel the full length of the Colorado River. Shoots many photographs and a film "Shooting the Rapids", which he takes on tour throughout Arizona. Third child, Michael is born.
1941The Goldwater stores expand. The family business yields $1,000,000 annually. Becomes Chairman of the Military Affairs Committee of Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. Assigned as Public Relations Officer to Luke Air Force Base.
1942Transferred to Yuma, Arizona where he oversees construction and requisitions supplies for an advanced flight school for combat pilots. Serves as an aerial gunnery instructor and perfects a technique that increases target accuracy. Participates in training programs for Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist Chinese pilots. This program begins a life-long relationship with the Republic of China (Taiwan).
1943Transferred to the 27th Ferry Squadron and is selected as one of the first 10 pilots to ferry P-47 Thunderbolts across the North Atlantic to Europe. Awarded the Air Medal for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight.
1944Serves in the Asian Theatre and flies three major supply routes, Snowball, Crescent and Fireball. Assigned to fly "The Hump" (the eastern end of the Himalayan Mountains), the last leg of a ten-thousand mile run. Promoted to Major and then Lt. Colonel. Fourth child, Peggy Jr. is born.
1945Musters out of the U.S. Army Air Corps.
1946Assigned by Arizona Governor Sydney Osborn as Captain of the Arizona National Guard. Advocates integration of the Arizona Guard, which was among the first to open its ranks to African-Americans.
1946Campaigns for Arizona to become a "Right to Work" state in response to major strikes nationally. Appointed by Governor Sydney Osborn to the Arizona Colorado River Commission later renamed the Interstate Stream Commission. One of his photographs is selected for the cover of the first all color issue of Arizona Highways.
1947Joins the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Thunderbirds. Promotes legislation for the Right to Work initiative. Phoenix Mayor Ray Busey appoints Barry Goldwater and 39 other leading citizens to a committee to study city government and suggest charter revisions and reforms. They become known as the Phoenix Forty.
1948The Phoenix Charter Revision Committee announces its finding and recommends the appointment of a professional city manager who would be immune from political pressure. Asked by supporters to run for City Council.
1949The Phoenix Charter Revision Committee reorganizes to become the Charter Government Committee, which provides a platform for reform-minded candidates who sweep the election. At age 40, wins a seat on the Phoenix City Council.
1950Becomes Howard Pyle's campaign manager for Governor of Arizona.
1951Re-elected to Phoenix City Council.
1952Opens his campaign for U.S. Senate. Becomes Chief of Staff for the Arizona Air National Guard. Unseats Democrat incumbent Ernest McFarland by 6,500 votes.
1953Gives first major speech in Senate and appeals for an end to federal price controls. In another debate, he criticizes France for its failure to move Indo-China towards independence.
1954The Senator's first bill is signed by President Eisenhower. The bill authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain land to the City of Tucson, Arizona and to accept certain other lands in exchange.
1955Asked to serve as Chair of the Republican Senate Campaign Committee. This launches his GOP leadership role as a national fundraiser and spokesman for emerging conservative beliefs.
1956Collaborates with Stephen Shadegg on the script for the documentary "For Freedom's Sake" describing the dangers of communism. Campaigns to re-elect President Eisenhower to a second term.
1958Wins a second term to the U.S. Senate over Arizona Governor Ernest McFarland by a 56% majority.
1959Promoted to Brigadier General of the U.S. Air Force Reserves. Meets with Clarence Manion and a small group of conservatives in Chicago to discuss a national campaign to mobilize sentiment and delegate votes for the GOP presidential nomination. Establishes the Arizona Historical Foundation.
1960Nominated by Arizona Governor Paul Fannin for President at the GOP National Convention. Arizona U.S. Congressman John Rhodes seconds the motion. Goldwater immediately withdraws his name and campaigns for Richard M. Nixon. Writes The Conscience of a Conservative. It becomes a best-seller, emphasizing his strong opposition to communism and fueling growth of the conservative political movement.
1961President Kennedy asks Goldwater's advice during the Bay of Pigs invasion. He responds by advising him to order an air strike immediately or the mission would fail. Receives an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Arizona State University.
1962The Bay of Pigs debacle precipitates the Cuban Missile Crisis. This prompts Goldwater to write Why Not Victory, which quickly becomes a bestseller and offers a foreign policy based on military strength. Promoted to Major General of the U.S. Air Force Reserves.
1963Objects to the public accommodations section of the Civil Rights bill as an assault on property and states' rights. Already considering a run for the presidency, discusses a plan with John F. Kennedy to travel the country and campaign together. J.F.K is assassinated. Vice-President Lyndon Baines Johnson becomes the 36th President of the United States. Obtains HAM radio license for station K7UGA which is based out of his home.
1964Publishes two books, Where I Stand and The Face of Arizona. Wins the Republican nomination for President. One much quoted line in his acceptance speech, written by Harry Jaffa, "I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice and let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue" has its origins in a speech by Cicero. Meets with President Johnson. Both agree to remain mute on the Civil Rights issue and maintain a united front against communism. Defeated by Lyndon Baines Johnson in a landslide.
1964Goldwater v. Ginzburg - sues Fact Magazine, Inc. and Ralph Ginzburg for libel regarding the article "The Unconscious of a Conservative: A Special Issue on the Mind of Barry Goldwater", which labeled him as "severely paranoid personality who was unfit for office." Court rules in Goldwater's favor in 1970.
1965Settles back to his home Be-Nun-I-Kin in Phoenix, Arizona. He and his former presidential campaign manager, Denison Kitchel, create the Free Society Association. Becomes active in local issues such as the preservation of Camelback Mountain. Continues to make numerous public appearances and receives thousands of letters from supporters and fans. Makes plans to run for the U.S. Senate.
1967K7UGA approved to operate as part of the Military Affiliate Radio System (MARS) which is staffed by volunteers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. By 1983 when the station closed, over 200,000 phone calls were patched from troops in Southeast Asia to family members in the U.S. Makes first visit to Taiwan.
1968Supports Richard M. Nixon for the GOP presidential bid. Runs for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the retiring Carl Hayden and defeats Roy Elson 274,607 to 205,338 votes. First order of business: a trip to Vietnam. Son, Barry Jr. wins a seat to the U.S House of Representatives from the 27th District of California in a campaign headed by his brother Michael.
1969Introduces a joint resolution endorsing the Equal Rights Amendment. Receives an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Arizona. Retires from the Armed Forces of the U.S. as a Major General. Medals and decorations include: the China Defense and Battle Star, Asiatic Pacific Theatre, American Theatre, American Defense Medal, European Theatre, Army Commendations Medal, Reserve Officers' Medal, Air Medal, and the China Hump Pilots Medal.
1970Publishes Conscience of a Majority and a book highlighting his river trip in 1940, Delightful Journey, Down the Green and Colorado Rivers. Authors the Overseas and Absentee Voting Rights Amendment and the National Air and Space Museum bills. Secures voting rights for all citizens age eighteen and older.
1971Growing anti-ERA sentiments in Arizona and nationally persuade him to reject the amendment. Leads the effort to repeal the draft and establish an all volunteer military force.
1972Watergate begins and is initially minimized by Goldwater. At age 65, thinks about retiring. President Nixon is re-elected.
1973Receives the Wright Brothers Award for service in aviation.
1974Watergate evidence mounts. He, Hugh Scott, and John Rhodes meet with President Nixon who resigns from office two days later. Vice-President Gerald Ford becomes the 38th President of the U.S. Goldwater runs for another term in the U.S. Senate and defeats Jonathan Marshall 320,306 to 229,523 votes. Authors the Grand Canyon Park Enlargement bill. Presented with the Aviation Space Writers Distinguished Service Award. Wins the Lee Badge as a sail plane pilot.
1975Receives an Honorary Doctor of Aeronautical Science degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Butler University. Receives the Congressional Award for Outstanding Service for Veterans of Foreign Wars.
1976Receives Congressional Award for AMVETS of World War II. Publishes The Coming Breakpoint. Inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Jimmy Carter becomes the 39th President of the United States.
1977Authors the Women Pilots Veterans' Benefits bill conferring veterans' status on Women Air Force Service Pilots. Appointed to Smithsonian Institution Board of Regents.
1978Visits Panama and meets with General Omar Torrijos. Files a lawsuit, Goldwater v. Carter, for terminating a treaty without Senate consent. Lawsuit found in favor of the President of the U.S. in 1979. Receives an Honorary Doctor of Letters degree from Northern Arizona University. Awarded the Elder Statesman Award from the National Aeronautic Association, and the Thomas D. White National Defense Award from the U.S. Air Force Academy.
1979Publishes his personal and political memoirs, With No Apologies.
1980Decides to run a final time for the Senate and narrowly defeats Democrat William Schulz 432,371 to 422,972 votes.
1981Supports the nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor as the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.
1982Joins liberals in attacking the "New Right's" efforts to legislate limits on the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. Inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame.
1984Authors the Cable Deregulation Act.
1985Peggy Goldwater dies after a long struggle with lung and heart failure.
1986Co-authors Goldwater–Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act, which creates a strong Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, making the holder of the post the principal military adviser to the President. Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. Retires from the U.S. Senate. U.S. Representative John McCain wins the vacated seat.
1988Remains active in local and national politics. Continues to be in high demand as a speaker. Receives thousands of letters from friends, fans, and supporters. Becomes the Honorary Chair of the campaign to recall Governor Evan Mecham. Endorses George H. W. Bush over Robert Dole. Makes public service announcements to preserve ancient Native American sites from plunder. A total of 196 Goldwater photographs have now appeared in Arizona Highways.
1991Inducted into the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame
1992Marries Susan Shaffer Wechsler, a registered nurse and branch manager of a home health care agency. Endorses Democrat Karan English for the U.S. House of Representatives over Republican Douglas Wead. Speaks out against mixing religion and politics and for separation of church and state.
1993Endorses a referendum making the birthday of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. a state holiday in contrast to his previous positions rejecting an MLK national holiday. Urges the Phoenix City Council to adopt a civil rights ordinance that would protect homosexuals from discrimination. States his position that gays be allowed to serve in the military.
1994Honored by Planned Parenthood for his commitment to privacy and a woman's right to choose. Receives the Civil Libertarian of the Year Award from the Arizona Civil Liberties Union.
1996Describes himself and Bob Dole as the "new liberals of the Republican Party." Suffers his first stroke. Dole loses the presidential primary to Steve Forbes.
1998May 29, Barry M. Goldwater dies at home due to complications of a stroke. He is later cremated. Both Barry and his wife Peggy's ashes are scattered along the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.

Scope and Content Note

The personal and political papers of Barry Goldwater span over 100 years. In addition to extensive legislative, personal correspondence and campaign files, the collection includes microfilm, photographs, audio-visual material, artifacts, cartoons, clippings, albums, and memorabilia. It has been described in detail using notes at the series and sub-series level, which may be found embedded in the container list below.


Arrangement

This collection consists of nine hundred and seventy boxes divided into seven series:
Series I: Personal
Series II: 1964 Presidential Campaign
Series III: Legislative
Series IV: Constituent Service
Series V: Administrative
Series VI: Media
Series VII: Artifacts, Memorabilia, and Oversized Material
Constituent Case Files

Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is unrestricted except for certain family correspondence, which is closed until 2023.

Although considered sensitive, case files (48 boxes) have been retained and are available to researchers. Contact the Head of Archives and Special Collections for more information.

To view this collection, make an appointment at least five business days prior to your visit by contacting Ask an Archivist or calling (480) 965-4932. Appointments are available from Monday through Friday from 9-5, on a first come, first served basis, on the ASU Tempe or West campuses.

Copyright

The Arizona Board of Regents retains copyright to this collection for and on behalf of Distinctive Collections, Arizona State University Library. Requests for permissions to publish, display, or redistribute information from this collection must be submitted in writing to the Head of Distinctive Collections.


Related Material

A list of publications by or relating to Barry Goldwater is available at http://www.ahfweb.org/download/BMG_pubs.pdf.

The Rockefeller Family Archives, Record Group 15, Sub-Series 2: [Nelson Rockefeller's] Campaign for the 1964 Republican Presidential Nomination, 1963-1964 (http://www.rockarch.org/collections/family/nar/gubseries22sub2.php?) contain information regarding Goldwater's 1964 presidential campaign.

The National Archives and Records Administration houses information regarding Goldwater. Their catalog is available at http://www.archives.gov/research/arc/; use "Goldwater" as a search term.

The Stephen Shadegg/Barry Goldwater Collection, 1949-1965 at the Briscoe Center for American History (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utcah/00096/cah-00096.html; 31 linear feet) houses Stephen Shadegg's campaign files for Goldwater's 1952 and 1958 U.S. Senate campaigns and 1964 Republican presidential primary effort.

Materials originally housed with this collection were separated and processed into the following collections:

FP FPC 1: Barry M. Goldwater Historic Photograph Collection, 1850s-1960s (http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/goldwater_historic.xml)

FP FPC 2: Barry M. Goldwater Fine Arts Photograph Collection, circa 1938–1968 (Bulk 1940-1965) (http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/goldwater_finearts.xml)

FM MSS 8: Morris Goldwater Collection, 1852-1964 (http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/morris_goldwater.xml)

FM MSS 156: Barry Goldwater Dime Novel Collection, 1881-1920 (http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/goldwater_dimenovels.xml)


Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Carter, Jimmy, 1924- -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Carter, Jimmy, 1924-.
Ginzburg, Ralph -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Goldwater family -- Genealogy.
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 -- Archives.
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998. Conscience of a conservative.
Hess, Karl, 1923-.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.
Kitchel, Denison.
McFarland, Ernest William, 1894-1984.
Nevills, Norman D., 1908-1949.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.
Quinn, William W. (William Wilson), 1907-.
Shadegg, Stephen C.

Corporate Name(s)
Arizona Historical Foundation.
Arizona Pioneers (Organization).
Arizona State University.
Arizona. National Guard.
Atrix Laboratories.
Central Arizona Project (U.S.).
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Freemasons.
Goldwaters (Firm).
International Order of Characters.
Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc.
Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.
National Air and Space Museum.
National Aviation Hall of Fame (U.S.).
Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation Commission.
Phoenix (Ariz.). City Council.
Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona.
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ).
River Runners (Firm).
Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation.
Sigma Chi Fraternity.
Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents.
Staunton Military Academy.
United States Air Force Academy. Board of Visitors.
United States. Air Force Reserve.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Small Business.
United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Intelligence.
United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
United States. Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986.
United States. Military Affiliate Radio System.
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Women Airforce Service Pilots (U.S.)

Geographic Name(s)
Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico).
Grand Canyon (Ariz.).
Mexico -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Panama Canal (Panama).
Phoenix (Ariz.) -- Charters.
Phoenix (Ariz.) -- Politics and government.
Taiwan.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Mexico.
West (U.S.) -- In art.

Subject(s)
Abortion.
Aeronautics.
Amateur radio stations.
Borderlands.
Cable television -- Deregulation.
Church and state.
Civil rights.
Coal mines and mining.
Conservatism.
Ecology.
Emigration and immigration.
Energy industries.
Firearms -- Law and legislation.
Free enterprise.
Gay military personnel.
Indians of North America -- Arizona.
Kachinas in art.
Military readiness.
Military service, Voluntary.
National security.
Nominations for office.
Nuclear energy.
Nuclear weapons.
Open and closed shop.
Petroleum conservation.
Petroleum reserves.
Photography.
Political cartoons.
Presidential candidates -- United States.
Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1964.
Privacy, Right of.
Solar energy.
States' rights (American politics).
Supersonic transport planes.
Telecommunication.
Unidentified flying objects.
Veterans.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.
Wilderness areas.

Title(s)
Arizona highways.


Administrative Information

Custodial History

Barry M. Goldwater donated these papers to the Arizona Historical Foundation between 1959 and 1998.

Credit Line

Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M. Goldwater, FM MSS 1. Arizona State University Library: Greater Arizona Collection.

Provenance

The Arizona Historical Foundation transferred these materials to the Arizona Collection in 2012.

Processing Note

This collection remained largely unprocessed through the years. Serial deposits varying in volume and format from 1959 to 1998 were made from Goldwater's Washington office, Phoenix office, and home. The collection also had been moved several times and the boxes re-numbered. There had been numerous attempts to organize and re-folder the materials resulting in various arrangement schemes. Although inventory sheets were created, locating specific correspondence, photographs, and legislative documents was reportedly difficult. Public access varied widely. Additional findings as follows:

• There were no catalog records of this collection.
• Less than 10% of all the material was found in original folders. It was assumed that labels on "new" folders reflected the originals.
• There were several runs of correspondence within each congressional session labeled as "miscellaneous." These were found to contain significant personal correspondence, colleague correspondence, Alpha files, legislative documents, and issue mail. See the Scope and Content note for Series I: Personal for details.
• Folders identified as the 91st Congress through the 99th Congress were largely found to have the incorrect ranges.
• There was no consistency within the "miscellaneous" designations. Documents were filed intermittently by sender, by organization, by city and town, or by all of these regardless of origination or topic. See Scope and Content note for Series III: Constituent Service for details.
• There were many orphan documents separated from legislative material. See Scope and Content note for Series III: Legislative for details.
• There were significant gaps in the 1964 Presidential Campaign Series. See Scope and Content note for Series II: 1964 Presidential Campaign for details.
• Very little print material remained from the 83rd-89th Congresses due to the micro-filming practices of the time. Microfilm (1952-1983) ranged from poor to good condition. Earlier reels were deteriorating. See Scope and Content note for Series VI: Media-Microfilm for details.
• Most of the loose newspaper clippings had deteriorated significantly and had outlived their usability. Albums of newspaper clippings and original cartoon art were also at risk. See Scope and Content note for Series VI: Media-Albums for details.
• Photographs were found to be an inter-mix of three distinct collections: copies of fine art images taken by Barry Goldwater and copyrighted by the Goldwater family; Goldwater's personal collection of historic photographs of the Old West; and photographs documenting his personal and political life. See Scope and Content note for Series VI: Media-Photographs for details.
• Family history material included over 40 linear feet of personal papers from Barry Goldwater's uncle, Morris Goldwater.
• Nearly 50 unprocessed "collections" of related Goldwater material from other donors were discovered. Most of these included personal correspondence with Goldwater or 1964 campaign memorabilia.
• A number of artifacts, artwork, and oversized memorabilia were found in poor condition. See Scope and Content note for Series VII for appraisal, restoration, and de-accession details.

Archival Interventions

Based on these findings, the need for transparency, and feedback from researchers, the following actions were taken:

• Developed a cataloging plan with ASU Hayden Library Technical Services that started with a preliminary catalog record with the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) and progressed to cataloging by series as each was completed to ensure global access.
• Created a Goldwater web page. Posted progress notes and preliminary drafts of the finding aid online as well as links to various resources.
• Submitted the rationale and language for a special allocation from the Arizona State Legislature for long term preservation and access to the Goldwater papers.
• Based on the various deeds of gift, declared the entire collection open to researchers regardless of its processed state.
• Moved processing to the reading room to facilitate reference, data entry, and teaching.
• Adopted the national best practices standards for arrangement and description in Managing Congressional Collections published by the Society of American Archivists. All the materials in this collection fit neatly within the recommended series.
• Created a new Constituent Service sub-series of Projects and Programs where non-legislative gray literature such as constituent generated grant proposals, local reports, state declarations and formal requests, white papers, local-regional initiatives, and technical brochures would fit.
• Built on previous attempts at sorting Issue Mail by topic which significantly decreased the "miscellaneous" designation found throughout the collection. These issues reflect national and local interests.
• Decided on a "one size fits" all for general Constituent Correspondence - arranged alphabetically by sender and chronologically within.
• Created a stand-alone collection for the Morris Goldwater materials: http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/morris_goldwater.xml.
• Integrated Goldwater correspondence, memorabilia and media from multiple donors into the appropriate series and sub-series.
• Preserved and catalogued Goldwater's Dime Store Novel Collection http://www.azarchivesonline.org/xtf/view?docId=ead/asu/goldwater_dimenovels.xml
• Developed container lists with visual clues (sub-series in bold) to guide the researcher through various parts of the collection.
• Digitized all microfilm, selected speeches from audio cassettes, and selected film reels to CD or DVD formats.
• Digitized rare and rarely seen photographs for the Arizona Memory Project: "Senator Barry M. Goldwater: An Arizona Legend" http://azmemory.lib.az.us/cdm4/index.php?CISOROOT=/ahfgold

This collection was traditionally processed: duplicates weeded, large metal clips removed, binders removed, acid-free folders used, and news clippings inter-leaved. Documents are arranged chronologically within folders. Those with no dates appear at the end. See Scope and Content Note for additional information.


Other Finding Aids

The finding aid that the Arizona Historical Foundation created for this collection is available at http://www.ahfweb.org/collections_bmg.htm. It includes all of the information found here in addition to a note to political science researchers, a photograph of Goldwater and six detailed notes describing how the collection was processed.


Container List

Series I: Personal
Scope and Content Note
This series reflects Senator Goldwater's personal interests and pursuits, life-long relationships, family business, public and private service, achievements, private musings and observations, and his deep knowledge and love of Arizona. Many of these documents were found throughout his papers and for the first time are aggregated here. Most were not found in original folders. These documents were deposited serially over time by Senator Goldwater, his family, friends, and associates. They chronicle events, people, places, and ideas that shaped Goldwater's life and view of the world. They uniquely capture Goldwater's many personas over a long and colorful life.
At times, it is impossible to distinguish the personal from the public (office-holder) materials – a signature feature of many U.S. Senate collections. Many of the documents found here, however, share certain common characteristics: they were generated before Goldwater ran for public office; were created during his hiatus from public office (1965-1968); were generated post-retirement (after 1986); were the result of non-legislative activities and/or activities unrelated to the U.S. Senate.
The Alpha Files, often quoted by biographers and scholars, are a notable exception. Goldwater was a gifted communicator and an inveterate letter-writer. He was also a "saver." The Alpha Files appear to have their origins in correspondence with such political icons as Carl Hayden, Robert Taft, Everett Dirksen, and Dwight Eisenhower. Over the years, Goldwater added certain friends, associates, celebrities, adversaries, and personal journals to the list. An estimated 30% of the names found here were added post-retirement.
The Alpha Files are now an aggregation of materials found dispersed throughout the collection. If a folder, a letter, or other document was labeled "Alpha," it is filed here. To facilitate research, once an individual folder was created, other records were added as they were discovered. While not every document was captured, Alpha File folders represent the bulk of correspondence with that individual. Some folders contain only one document; others contain dozens of records spanning many years.
This series is arranged in 17 sub-series and alphabetically and chronologically within: Alpha Files as described above; Art – Goldwater was a supporter and collector of western artwork; Aviation – Goldwater was certified to fly everything from gliders to jets; Awards and Certificates – print material related to hundreds of recognized achievements over a lifetime; Boards and Memberships – documents civic, business as well as duties appointed while in serving in the Senate; Correspondence (by sender or topic) – most of the material found here represent folders as they were originally labeled; General Correspondence (by sender A-Z) – found loose or labeled as "miscellaneous personal;" Family Correspondence – includes Goldwater and allied family correspondence. Note that correspondence with children and grandchildren is restricted until 2023. Family History – documents Goldwater genealogy, pioneering, business, and background material for publications like The Goldwaters of Arizona. Military – records of Goldwater's military assignments, promotions, and retirement; Oral Histories – most of these materials were transcribed from cassettes donated by Professor Robert Alan Goldberg for his book Barry Goldwater. Photography- documents Goldwater's lifelong interest and expertise in photography. See also Series VI: Media, Albums for his photography exhibits; Politics – most of the material here was found in folders labeled personal and/or politics. Public Appearances - largely chronicles Goldwater's post Senate career speeches, invitations, interviews, and television appearances. See Series V: Administrative for accepted invitations and public appearances while serving in the Senate. Radio – reflects Goldwater's lifelong interests in radio and telecommunications generally and is notable for his contributions to the MARS program. Senate Campaigns – significant gaps for the early campaigns; and Writings – includes Goldwater's columns for the Los Angeles Times, letters to the editor, drafts and comments for biographies, and numerous contributions to other publications.
Accruals
Two boxes (981 and 982) of newly discovered publications by Goldwater (1940-1978) were added at the end of the collection in October of 2011.
Sub-Series A: Alpha Files
BoxFolder
11 Alpha Files (Correspondence), 1987
12 Agnew, Spiro, 1968-1979
13 Aiken, George, 1964-1974
14 Aldridge, E. C., 1986-1988
15 Aldren, Buzz, 1988
16 Allen, James B., 1969-1977
17 Allott, Gordon, 1964-1972
18 Anders, William A., 1969
19 Anderson, Clinton P., 1962-1972
110 Anderson, John B., 1970
111 Armstrong, William L., 1979-1989
112 Ashurst, Henry Fountain, 1926-1953
113 Ashurst, Henry Fountain, 1954-1993
114 Aspin, Les, 1986-1992
115 Astaire, Fred, 1976
116 Autry, Gene, 1970-1989
117 Babbitt, Bruce, 1978-1996
118 Bailey, Pearl, 1972-1977
119 Baker, Howard, 1969-1974
120 Baker, Howard, 1975-1976
121 Baker, Howard, 1977-1978
BoxFolder
21 Baker, Howard, 1979
22 Baker, Howard, 1980-1982
23 Baker, Howard, 1983-1993
24 Baroody, Michael E., 1974
25 Baruch, Bernard M., 1954
26 Bennett, William J., 1985-1987
27 Benson, Ezra Taft, 1954-1987
28 Bentsen, Lloyd, 1972-1993
29 Bimson, Walter, 1966-1980
210 Blake, Amanda, 1973
211 Bohlen, Charles E., 1955
212 Bombeck, Erma, 1987-1994
213 Bonzo, Carl, 1980
214 Boren, David L., 1979-1988
215 Borman, Frank, 1969
216 Boschwitz, Rudy, 1979-1989
217 Bradlee, Ben, 1976-1991
218 Bradley, Omar N., 1979
219 Bridges, Styles, 1953-1960
220 Brinkley, David, 1981-1989
221 Brock, William, 1970-1994
222 Broder, Dave, 1988
223 Brophy, Frank Cullen, 1974-1980
224 Brownell, Herbert, 1953
225 Buchanan, Patrick, 1973-1992
226 Buchwald, Art, 1974-1990
227 Buckley, James L., 1971-1984
BoxFolder
31 Buckley, William F., 1967-1971
32 Buckley, William F., 1972-1995
33 Burger, Warren, 1971-1988
34 Burke, Arleigh, 1961
35 Bush, George, 1965-1988
Includes photos.
36 Bush, George, 1989-1996
Includes photos.
37 Bush, Neil, 1988
38 Bush, Prescott, 1956-1979
39 Butler, John Marshall, 1955-1961
310 Byrd, Harry, 1957-1989
BoxFolder
41 Byrd, Robert, 1969-1995
42 Byrnes, James F., 1969
43 Campbell, Glenn (Hoover Institute), 1967-1984
44 Carey, Harry Jr., 1982-1985
45 Carter, Jimmy, 1976-1993
46 Casey, Albert V., Undated
47 Chafee, John H., 1969-1982
48 Charusathira, Prapus, Commander-in-Chief Royal Thai Army, 1967
49 Chiang Kai-shek, 1971
410 Madame Chiang Kai-shek, 1967-1986
411 Chow Shu-kai, Ambassador of China, 1970
412 Church, Frank, 1957-1979
413 Clements, William P. Jr., 1987
414 Clinton, Bill (William Jefferson), 1969-1996
415 Cohen, William S., 1978-1986
416 Cohn, S. L., 1971
417 Colangelo, Jerry, 1994-1995
418 Collins, Rodney C., 1985
419 Cooper, John Sherman, 1957-1989
420 Conrad, Kent, 1988
421 Cordiner, Ralph J., 1957
422 Cotton, Norris, 1963-1974
423 Crane, Philip M., 1970-1989
424 Crawford, Joan, 1967
425 Creech W. L., 1984
426 Creighton, Robert, 1969-1990
Includes 1918 letter regarding Campbell v. Colter.
427 Cronan, Nell Grant, Undated
Granddaughter of Ulysses S. Grant.
428 Crosby, Kathryn (Mrs. Bing), 1971
429 Cuomo, Mario, 1984
430 Danforth, John C., 1978-1991
431 Dannemeyer, William E., 1989
432 Davis, Clarence A., 1956
BoxFolder
51 DeConcini, Dennis, 1976-1996
52 D'EwWesley A., 1956
53 Denton, Jeremiah, 1981-1986
54 Dirksen, Everett McKinley, 1952-1969
55 Dixon, Alan J., 1984-1989
56 Dobrynin, Alexander, Undated
57 Dodd, Christopher J., 1983-1996
58 Dole, Elizabeth, 1983
59 Dole, Bob, 1969-1979
510 Dole, Bob, 1980-1996
511 Dominick, Peter, 1964-1980
512 Donaldson, Sam, 1989
513 Doolittle, James, 1964-1998
514 Downs, Hugh, 1975-1993
515 Dulles, John Foster, 1953
516 Durenberger, Dave, 1980-1992
BoxFolder
61 Eagleton, Thomas F., 1969-1980
62 Echeverria, Luis, 1971
63 Edison, Thomas, 1982-1996
Copy of 1923 letter.
64 Eisenhower, David, 1969
65 Eisenhower, Dwight D.: "Address of President Eisenhower", 1959 June 8
66 Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1952-1969
67 Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1970-1992
68 Eisenhower, John S. D., 1973-1974
69 Eisenhower, Mamie Doud, 1969-1978
610 Eisenhower, Milton, 1974-1978
612 Ellis, Alexander III, 1974
Grandson of President Bush.
613 English, Karan, 1992-1993
614 Errazuriz, Hernan Felipe, 1984
Ambassador to Chile.
615 Ervin, Sam, 1969-1978
616 Falwell, Jerry, 1981-1989
617 First Bill Passed (S1160), 1954 March 16
618 Fogelman, Ronald, 1995
619 Fong, Hiram L., 1964-1980
620 Ford, Gerald, 1966-1986
621 Ford, Wendell, 1978-1985
622 Friedman, Milton, 1967-1996
BoxFolder
71 Gabor, Zsa Zsa, 1969
72 Gable, Kay (Mrs. Clark), 1968-1969
73 Gabriel, Charles A., 1974
74 Gallois, Pierre M. (McNamara), 1963
75 Garn, Jake, 1975-1989
76 Garvey, Dan E., 1950
77 Gates, Thomas Jr. (Defense), 1960
78 Gingrich, Newt, 1980-1995
79 Giraudo, John C., 1970-1975
710 Glenn, John, 1975-1989
711 Goldberg, Arthur J., 1961-1965
712 Godfrey, Arthur, 1971-1980
713 Goldwater Children, 1964 March 10 (Telegram)
714 Goldwater-Miller '75, 1975
715 Goodall, Jane, 1987-1995
716 Gore, Albert, 1957-1969
717 Gore, Albert Jr., 1985-1987
718 Gorton, Slade, 1983-1984
719 Graham, Angus, 1970
720 Graham, Katharine, Undated
721 Grand Canyon River Guides' River Runners Oral History Project, 1964 (Interview)
722 Gruenther, Alfred M., 1970
723 Griswold, Erwin, 1973
724 Haig, Alexander M., 1972-1992
725 Halverson, Richard C., 1986
726 Harlow, Bryce, 1956-1978
727 Harris, B. F., 1972-1986
728 Harris, John R., 1979
BoxFolder
81 HGary, 1975-1987
82 Harte, Joseph M., 1964-1982
83 Harvey, Paul, 1975-1989
84 Hatch, Orrin, 1976-1993
85 Hatfield, Mark O., 1963-1989
86 Hauerwas, Dorothy, 1981
87 Hayden, Carl, 1938-1986
Includes oral history and tributes.
88 Hayworth, J. D., 1995
89 Hearst, William Randolf Jr., 1991
810 Hecht, Chic, 1988
811 Heimer, Mrs. Al, 1980
812 Helms, Jesse, 1973-1979
813 Helms, Jesse, 1980-1992
814 Henderson, Clifford W., 1973
815 Herter, Christian A., 1959
816 Hess, Wolf Rudiger, 1968
Son of Rudolf Hess.
817 Heston, Charlton, 1974-1997
818 Hickenlooper, Bourke, 1964
819 Hill, Lister, 1964
820 Hill, Robert C., 1957-1963
821 Hilton, Barrow, 1989
822 Hinmam, George, 1979
823 Holland, Spessard L., 1964
824 Hollings, Ernest "Fritz", 1987-1989
BoxFolder
91 Holloway, Bert, 1964-1971
92 Holloway, Bert, 1972-1976
93 Holloway, Bert, 1977-1986
94 Hoover, Herbert, 1958-1964
95 Hoover, Herbert III, 1988-1989
96 Hoover, J. Edgar, 1954-1970
97 Hope, Bob, 1962-1989
98 Hopper, Hedda, 1964
99 Hruska, Roman L., 1963-1980
910 Huck, Len, 1985
911 Humphries, Derrick, 1984
912 Humphrey, George, 1954-1968
913 Humphrey, Gordon, 1979-1986
914 Humphrey, Hubert H., 1964-1977
915 Hungate, William L., 1972
916 Huntley, Chet, 1973
917 Inouye, Daniel, 1969-1994
918 Intelligence Committee (William Casey, Robert McFarlane), 1981-1986
BoxFolder
101 Jackson, Henry M., 1964-1980
102 Jaffa, Harry V., 1973-1984
103 Javits, Jacob K., 1962-1983
104 Johnson, Lady Bird (Mrs. Lyndon Baines), 1965-1987
105 Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 1957-1984
Includes dictation.
106 Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 1979-1992
Interview, Johnson Oral History Project.
107 Kassebaum, Nancy L., 1978-1988
108 Keane, Bil, 1992
109 Keating, Kenneth, 1962-1963
1010 Kemp, Jack, 1971-1994
1011 Kennedy, Edward M., 1963-1975
1012 Kennedy, Edward M., 1976-1996
1013 Kennedy, John F., 1961-1994
1014 Kennedy, Robert F., 1965-1968
1015 Kennedy, Rose, 1969-1995
1016 Kennedy, Teddy Jr., Undated
BoxFolder
111 Kerry, John, 1983-1989
112 Kerry, J. Robert, 1995
113 Kilpatrick, James, 1978-1981
114 Kilroy, John B., 1980
115 King Hussein I, 1975
116 King, Larry, 1995-1996
117 Kissinger, Henry, 1970-1983
Includes dictated notes.
118 Kitchel, Denison, 1958
119 Kitchel, Denison, 1963-1973
1110 Kitchel, Denison, 1974-1993
See also Free Society Association and 1964 Presidential Campaign.
1111 Kitchel, Denison: "The Panama Canal Dilemma", Undated (1 of 2)
1112 Kitchel, Denison: "The Panama Canal Dilemma", Undated (2 of 2)
BoxFolder
121 Kleindienst, Richard, 1968-1993
122 Knopf, Edwin H., 1967-1971
123 Knowlton, William A., 1971
124 Kolbe, Jim, 1980-1994
125 Korologos, Tom C. (White House Staff), 1972
126 Krock, Arthur, 1970-1974
127 Kuchel, Thomas H., 1961
128 K'ung L. K. (Ling Kai, "Louie" Kune), 1968-1974
Nephew of Madame Chaing Kai-shek, nephew of Sun Yat-sen, son of H. H. Kung.
129 K'ung L. K., 1975-1979
1210 K'ung L. K., 1980-1989
1211 Kyl, Jon, 1969-1997
1212 Laird, Melvin, 1968-1996
1213 Lamour, Dorothy, 1973-1974
1214 Landon, Alf, 1967-1980
BoxFolder
131 Laxalt, Paul, 1974-1986
132 Leahy, Patrick J., 1975-1985
133 Lear, Norman, 1985-1993
134 Lee Teng-hui, 1995-1996
135 Lemmon, Jack, 1991
136 Lincoln, William H., 1963
137 Lindbergh, Charles, 1971-1977
138 Lodge, John Davis, 1967-1974
139 Loren, Jennifer, 1984
1310 Low, Willie, 1943, 1986
1311 MacArthur, Douglas, 1951-1979
1312 MacDonald, Peter, 1974-1980
1313 MacDonald, Peter, 1981-1996
1314 Mandela, Nelson, 1995
1315 Mansfield, Mike, 1969-1986
1316 Marcos, Ferdinand, 1972-1973
1317 Mark, Hans, 1981
1318 Marshall, Jonathan, 1977-1996
1319 Martin, Dean (Show), 1973-1979
1320 Mathias, Charles, 1970-1986
BoxFolder
141 McCain, John S. Jr., 1969-1980
142 McCain, John III, 1978-1989
143 McCain, John III, 1990-1996
144 McCarthy, E. J. (Charlie), 1979
145 McCauley, Vincent P., 1980
146 McGovern, George, 1973-1993
147 McGrory, Mary, 1978-1989
148 McKay, Douglas, 1956
149 McIntyre, Thomas, 1970-1978
1410 McNamara, Robert S., 1963-1967
1411 Mechem, E. L., 1964
1412 Mecham, Evan, 1968-1987
1413 Melton, R. R., 1986
1414 Menjou, Adolphe, 1958
1415 Metropolitan Republican Women, 1965
1416 Metzenbaum, Howard M., 1974-1988
1417 Miller, Michael, 1974
1418 Miller, Stephanie, 1983
1419 Miller, William, 1962-1983
1420 Mitchell, John N., 1968-1979
1421 Mitchell, Martha, 1970-1971
1422 Mofford, Rose, 1979-1993
BoxFolder
151 Mondale, Walter F., 1969-1980
152 Moore, Lyle J., 1980
153 Morrow, Wright, 1971
154 Morton, Thruston B., 1962
155 Moynihan, Daniel P., 1968-1996
156 Mueller, Frederick, 1960
157 Muller, Walter, 1959
158 Mundt, Karl E., 1961-1973
159 Munoz-Grandes, General, Undated
1510 Nicklaus, Jack, 1983-1986
1511 Nixon, Pat, 1969
1512 Nixon, Richard M., 1954-1968
1513 Nixon, Richard M.: Inaugural Material, 1969
1514 Nixon, Richard M., 1969-1971
1515 Nixon, Richard M.: Notes, Related Correspondence, 1972-1974
1516 Nixon, Richard M., 1974-1995
BoxFolder
161 Noriega, Manuel, 1974
162 Nunn, Sam, 1973-1988
163 Nunn, Sam, 1989-1996
164 O'Connor, Sandra Day, 1972-1994
165 O'Donnell, Emmett, 1959-1960
166 O'Neill, Thomas Jr., 1987
167 Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1961-1991
168 Orr, Verne, 1984-1985
169 Osborn, Sidney P., 1941
1610 Otto of Austria-Hungary, 1960
1611 Packwood, Bob, 1969-1975
1612 Packwood, Bob, 1976-1985
BoxFolder
171 Palmer, Bertha R., 1970
172 Panetta, Leon, 1996
173 Pastor, Ed, 1967-1995
174 People's Republic of China, 1979
175 Percy, Charles H., 1969-1970
176 Percy, Charles H., 1971-1996
177 Persons, Wilton B., 1956-1958
178 Pine, Charles, 1978
179 Powell, Colin, 1988-1997
1710 Pressler, Larry, 1977-1995
1711 Prince Bernhardt, 1970
1712 Prince Philip, 1978-1979
1713 Princess Ashraff of Iran, 1980
1714 Pulliam, Eugene and Nina, 1967-1984
1715 Pyle, Howard, 1954-1956, 1985
1716 Quayle, Dan, 1977-1995
Includes photo.
1717 Quinn, Sally, 1971-1992
BoxFolder
181 Quinn, William Jr., 1970-1994
182 Quinn, William Jr., 1985 (Manuscript)
183 Rand, Ayn, 1960-1993
184 Randolph, Jennings, 1969-1978
185 Reagan, Ronald, 1965-1978
186 Reagan, Ronald, 1979-1984
187 Reagan, Ronald, 1985-1996
188 Refsnyder, Richard F., 1979
189 Rehnquist, William H., 1969-1989
1810 Reuther, Walter P., 1956-1968
BoxFolder
191 Rhodes, John J., 1967-1970
192 Rhodes, John J., 1972-1996
193 Rhodes, John J. III (Jay), 1967-1992
194 Ribicoff, Abe, 1969-1985
195 Rich, Norman M., 1986-1997
196 Richardson, Elliot, 1970
197 Rickenbacker, Eddie, 1964-1973
198 Rickenbacker, William, 1967-1994
199 Ritter, Dorothy and John, 1978-1979
1910 Robertson, Clif, 1967
1911 Rockefeller, Happy, 1979
1912 Rockefeller, Nelson, 1960-1985
1913 Rockwell, Norman, 1964-1996
1914 Rockwell, Todd, 1979
1915 Rogers, Bernard W., 1986
1916 Rogers, William P., 1959
1917 Rooney, Andrew A., 1969-1993
1918 Rosenstein, Samuel M., 1976
1919 Rosenzweig, Harry, 1952-1972
1920 Rosenzweig, Harry, 1973-1978
1921 Rosenzweig, Harry, 1979-1993
BoxFolder
201 Rosenzweig, Newton, 1964-1994
202 Rosenzweig, Sandy (Mrs. Harry), 1969-1993
203 Rostow, Gene, 1975-1984
204 Rudd, Eldon, 1976-1991
205 Rudman, Warren, 1984-1992
206 Rusher, William, 1979
207 Rusk, Dean, 1964-1989
208 Russell, Richard B., 1964
209 Ryan, John D., 1969
2010 Sadat, Mohamed Anwar, 1979
2011 St. Patrick's Day, 1966-1982
2012 Saltonstall, Leverett, 1960-1978
2013 Sanford, Terry, 1990
2014 Schemmer, Benjamin, F., 1985-1992
2015 Schlesinger, Arthur, 1994
2016 Schriever, B. A., 1964
2017 Schuller, Robert, 1988-1996
2018 Schultz, George P., 1984-1988
2019 Schwab, Mrs. William, 1974-1979
2020 Scowcroft, Brent, 1989-1992
2021 Scranton, William W., 1963-1965
2022 Seaton, Fred A., 1959
2023 Seiniger, Charles, 1967-1995
2024 "A Senator's Prayer", 1980
2025 Shadegg, John, 1993-1996
2026 Shore, Dinah, 1972-1988
2027 Sidney, Ivan, 1987-1988
2028 Silverman, Ben, 1953-1976
2029 Simmons, Robert R., 1992-1994
BoxFolder
211 Simon, Paul, 1985-1996
212 Simpson, Alan, 1979-1996
213 Simpson, Milward L., 1978-1980
214 Sinatra, Frank, 1973-1979
215 Sinatra, Nancy, 1969-1984
216 Small, Lee W., 1974
217 Smith, C. R., 1965
218 Smith, Ian, Undated
219 Smith, Margaret Chase, 1967-1994
2110 Snell, Frank, 1985-1994
2111 Speakes, Larry, 1980-1984
2112 Specter, Arlen, 1984-1995
2113 Spellman, Cardinal, 1961
2114 Staff Letters to B. M. G., 1975-1986
2115 Stafford, Robert, 1978-1994
2116 Stafford, Thomas P., 1969
2117 Steinhoff, Johannes, 1993
See also "Order of Characters"; includes photos.
2118 Stennis, John, 1965-1992
2119 Stevens, Ted, 1969-1983
2120 Stevens, Ted, 1984-1996
2121 Stew, Jimmy, 1959-1992
2122 Stillman, Guy, 1974
2123 Stone, Julius F., 1941
2124 Strauss, Lewis L., 1959-1967
2125 Strauss, Robert S., 1976-1995
BoxFolder
221 Stump, Bob, 1980-1991
222 Sullivan, Tom M., 1973-1983
223 Summerfield, Arthur E., 1958
224 Sundust, Sallie (Maricopa Reservation), 1940
225 Symington, J. Fife, 1967-1995
226 Symms, Steve, 1976-1989
227 Taft, Robert A., 1950-1964
Gift of Frances M. Ryan.
228 Taylor, Maxwell, 1966
229 Tennes, Mrs. Monte (Winnie), 1966-1968
2210 Thank-You's, 1965
Handkerchiefs.
2211 Thatcher, Margaret, 1985-1994
Includes photos.
2212 Thrasher, Mark, 1985
2213 Thurmond, Strom, 1960-1993
2214 Tower, John G., 1965-1982
2215 Traweek, Chase, 1973
2216 Truman, Harry S., 1963-1987
2217 Tunney, Gene, 1962
2218 Tunney, John V., 1972
2219 Turner, Stansfield, 1979-1981
2220 Twining, Nathan, 1960
2221 Udall, Mark, 1993
2222 Udall, Morris, 1969-1996
BoxFolder
231 Udall, Nicholas, 1952-1968
232 Udall, Stuart, 1967-1997
233 Unidentified, 1957, 1984
234 Valenti, Jack, 1977-1992
235 Vallee, Rudy, 1972-1976
236 Van Buren, Abigail (Dear Abby), 1982
237 Vance, Cyrus, 1979-1980
238 Various Military and Defense Officials, 1980-1993
239 Vessey, Jack, 1985
2310 Voinovich, George V., 1993
2311 Vorster, B. J., Republic of South Africa, 1978
2312 Walker, Lulu, 1980
2313 Wallace, George, 1972-1978
2314 Wallop, Malcolm, 1977-1994
2315 Walters, Barbara, 1971-1977
2316 Warner, John, 1978-1997
2317 Wayne, John, 1959-1995
2318 Wayne, Pilar, 1987
2319 Webb, James, 1981
2320 Webber Jr., A. T. (Thayer Award), 1986
2321 Weinberger, Caspar, 1975-1993
2322 Welensky, Ray, 1963
2323 Westmoreland, W. C., 1971
2324 Wheeler, Earle G., 1970
2325 White, Thomas D., 1958
2326 Wiggins, Charles E., 1978
2327 Williams, Harrison, 1978-1982
BoxFolder
241 Williams, Jack, 1955-1968
242 Williams, Jack, 1969-1970
243 Williams, Jack, 1971
244 Williams, Jack, 1972
245 Williams, Jack, 1973
246 Williams, Jack, 1974-1985
247 Williams, Jack, 1986-1988
BoxFolder
251 Williams, Jack, 1989-1991
252 Williams, Jack, 1993
253 Williams, Jack, 1994
254 Williams, Jack, 1995-1996
255 Wilson, George R., 1980
256 Wilson, Pete, 1985-1988
257 Winters, Jonathan, 1973-1974
258 Wirth, Timothy, 1979-1989
259 Wirthlin, Dick (Ford-Bush V.P. Situation), 1968-1989
2510 Woodward, Bob, 1980
2511 Zahedi, Ardeshir, Ambassador of Iran, 1973
2512 Zahedi, Ardeshir, Ambassador of Iran, 1974
Includes photos.
2513 Zahedi, Ardeshir, Ambassador of Iran, 1975-1984
BoxFolder
261 Journals: Thoughts on the U.S. Senate, circa 1952
262 Journals: Feelings and Reactions as a Senator, 1954
263 Journals: New York to Cairo, 1955
264 Journals: Eisenhower, Kennedy: Nuclear Testing, NATO, 1961-1962
265 Journals: Water Issues; Central Arizona Project, 1964-1977
266 Journals: Aviation; Travel, 1965-1983
267 Journals: General Quinn, Nixon, Barry Jr., Flying, NASA, 1969
268 Journals: Vietnam Trip, 1969-1970
Includes correspondence.
269 Journals: Flying, 1970-1971
2610 Journals: Military Draft, 1971
2611 Journals: Serving in Congress, 1971, 1977
2612 Journals: Antarctica; Defense Briefings, 1972
2613 Journals: Republican National Convention, 1972
2614 Journals: Pain; Political Philosophy, 1972-1980
2615 Journals: Running for Office, 1973-1974
2616 Journals: Free Enterprise, 1975
2617 Journals: Politics; 1976 Presidential Race, 1975-1976
2618 Journals: Flying, 1975-1981
2619 Journals: Taiwan, Chiang Kai-Shek, 1975
2620 Journals: President Ford, 1976
2621 Journals: West Point Cheating Scandal, 1976
2622 Journals: Mother, Childhood, Arizona, 1976-1980
2623 Journals: Meeting with Cyrus Vance Regarding Foreign Policy with Taiwan, 1977
2624 Journals: Paul C. Warnke, 1977
2625 Journals: Economics, 1977-1978
2626 Journals: Organized Crime, 1978
2627 Journals: Panama Report, 1978
2628 Journals: Finding the Common Denominator Among People, 1979
2629 Journals: Foreign Policy, Meeting with Dr. Brzezinski, 1979
2630 Journals: Politics, Running for Office, on the Campaign Trail, 1979-1981
2631 Journals: Berlin Wall, 1981
2632 Journals: Flying; Interview with Ruth Reinhold, 1984
2633 Journals: Indians; the Navajo Mountain Community, 1990
2634 Journals: House, 1989
2635 Journals: Dreams during Hospitalization, 1991
2636 Journals: Arizona, Outdoors, Undated
2637 Journals: Naval Strength, Undated
Sub-Series B: Art
BoxFolder
271 Appraisals and Loans, 1987-1993
272 Appraisals of Slides (Heard Museum), 1994
273 Beeler, Joe, 1971-1994
274 Berks, Robert "Biographies in Bronze", 1989
275 Bronzes of the American West, 1974-1977
276 Bucky O'Neil Sculpture, Prescott, 1974
277 Carpenter, Earl, 1974-1991
278 Corcoran Gallery, 1971
279 Cowboy Artists of America, 1973-1980
2710 Donations, 1974-1987
2711 Driscol Gallery, 1981
2712 Fletcher, Veeva (Western Museum), 1987
2713 General, 1944-1970
2714 General, 1971-1972
2715 General, 1973-1974
2716 General, 1975
2717 General, 1976-1978
2718 General, 1979-1980
2719 General, 1981-1982
2720 General, 1983
2721 General, 1984
2722 General, 1985
2723 General, 1986-1997
2724 Hamilton, George, 1973-1974
2725 Indian Rugs, 1973-1978
2726 Kennedy Galleries, 1968-1971
2727 Leigh Paintings, 1975-1979
2728 Lupis, Louis, 1968-1977
Includes VIP correspondence.
2729 Manning, Reg, 1973
2730 McCall, Robert T. (Commemorative Stamps), 1981-1986
BoxFolder
281 National Portrait Gallery, 1971-1972
282 Ownes Gallery of Western Art, 1970-1971
283 Painting (Various Inquiries), 1977-1993
284 Paxton, John L., 1971
285 Phoenix Art Museum, 1970-1990
286 Portraits, 1971-1995
287 Pottery, 1970
288 Remington Picture, 1973
289 Richardson, Anne W., 1974
2810 Riebold, Janet G., 1987-1988
2811 Ruffin, Don, 1977-1978
2812 Shaw, Murray, 1995
2813 Southwest Art Foundation, 1980
2814 Thomas Jefferson Portraits (National Portrait Gallery Research Report), 1982
2815 Thompson, Thierry "December 7, 1991 Flying Cover", 1991
2816 Werboff, Michael A., 1992
2817 Western Arts Association, 1989
Unveiling of "One With the Eagle".
2818 Weighorst, Olaf, 1970-1996
Sub-Series C: Aviation
BoxFolder
2819 "Aeronautics, Rocketry and Astronautics" by Eugene M. Emme, 1968
2820 Aeronautical Charts, Undated
2821 Arizona Aeronautical Charts, Undated
2822 Aircraft Senator Goldwater has Flown, 1970-1979
Includes photos.
2823 Airplane File (SST), 1969
2824 Apollo File, 1969-1971
2825 Aviation Calendar "Peggy G", 1978
2826 Aviation County Club of California, 1952 (Directory)
2827 Commercial Pilot Certificate, 1949
2828 Don Downie Interview with Goldwater on Flying and Aviation, 1972
2829 Earhart, Amelia, 1983-1996
2830 General Correspondence, 1969-1983
2831 General Correspondence, 1984
2832 General Correspondence, 1985
2833 General Correspondence, 1986-1987
2834 General Correspondence, 1989-1997
2835 Glider Instruction, 1972
2836 Helicopter Check Rating, 1971
BoxFolder
291 Last Flight of Yia Bi-Kin, 1964
292 Pilot's Log Books, 1930-1955
293 Sailplane, 1971
294 State and Federal License, 1942-1967
295 Testimony, 1970 February 17
296 Thaden, Louise, 1929, Undated
Sub-Series D: Awards and Certificates
BoxFolder
297 Various, 1938-1939
298 Yuma Army Airfield, 1943
299 Various, 1949
2910 Various, 1952-1954
2911 Various, 1957-1959
2912 Various, 1960-1962
2913 Various, 1963
2914 Various, 1964
2915 Various, 1965-1966
2916 Various, 1967-1969
2917 The Man of the Decade Award-Testimonial Letters of Friendship, Respect and Esteem (Presented by Young Americans for Freedom), 1970 September 10
2918 Various, 1970-1976
2919 Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy, 1971-1977
2920 Various, 1977-1979
2921 Various, 1980
2922 Lists, 1980
2923 Various, 1981
2924 Various, 1982
2925 Various, 1983
2926 Various, 1984
2927 Various, 1985
2928 Thayer Award, 1986-1989
2929 Various, 1986
2930 Various, 1989
2931 Various, 1991-1996
2932 Various, Undated
2933 Various, Undated
Sub-Series E: Boards and Membership
BoxFolder
2934 AAAA Scholarship Foundation (Army Aviation Association of America), 1989
2935 Admiral H. G. Rickover Foundation, 1983-1984
2936 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1975
2937 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1976
BoxFolder
301 Aerospace Education Foundation: Jimmy Doolittle Fellowship, 1976-1979
302 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1977
303 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1978
304 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1979
305 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1980
306 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1981
307 Aerospace Education Foundation: Brochures, 1980-1982
308 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1982
309 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1983
3010 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1984-1986
3011 Aerospace Education Foundation, 1987-1995
3012 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1979-1981
3013 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors: Report, 1985
3014 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1985
3015 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1986
3016 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1987
3017 Air Force Academy: Jane Strawn Hamm Memorial Fund, 1988
3018 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1988
3019 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1989
3020 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1990-1992
3021 Air Force Academy Board of Visitors, 1993-1996
3022 Air Force Aid Society, 1973-1979
BoxFolder
311 Air Force Association, 1969-1976
312 Air Force Association, 1977-1980
313 Air Force Association, 1980-1982
314 Air Force Association, 1984
315 Air Force Association, 1990-1996
316 Air Force Historical Foundation, 1970-19803
317 Air Force Museum, 1970-1976
318 Air/Space America, 1987-1989
319 Air and Space Heritage Council, 1987-1989
3110 Aircraft Owners and Pilot's Association, 1968-1971
3111 Aircraft Owners and Pilot's Association, 1972
3112 Aircraft Owners and Pilot's Association, 1973-1980
3113 Airline Pilot's Association, 1975-1979
3114 Air War College, 1943-1966
Includes copies of 1943 flight diary.
3115 Alfalfa Club, 1965-1993
3116 Alianza Hispano-Americana Logia 129, 1953
3117 American Aviation Historical Society, 1965-1968
Includes manuscript and photos of P-47 flight.
3118 American Aviation Historical Society, 1969-1970
3119 American Bonanza Society, 1974
3120 American Fighter Aces Association, 1973-1996
3121 American Graduate School of International Management, 1974-1975
3122 American Graduate School of International Management, 1976
3123 American Graduate School of International Management, 1982-1985
3124 American Legion (Post 41), 1980-1984
3125 American Security Council, 1974-1976
3126 Arizona Highway Patrol: Badge and Card, 1959
3127 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1958-1959
3128 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1960-1961
3129 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1962-1963
3130 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1965-1967
3131 Arizona Historical Foundation: Fireman, Bert, 1968-1969
3132 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1970
BoxFolder
321 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1971 (1 of 2)
322 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1971 (2 of 2)
323 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1972
324 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1973
325 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1974
326 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1975
327 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1976
328 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1977-1978
329 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1979
3210 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1980-1982
3211 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1983-1984
3212 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1985-1989
3213 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1990-1991
3214 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1992
3215 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1993
3216 Arizona Historical Foundation, 1994-1997
3217 Arizona Historical Society, 1967-1977
3218 Arizona Historical Society, 1977-1978
3219 Arizona Historical Society, 1980-1982
3220 Arizona Interstate Stream Commission, 1952
3221 Arizona Photographic Society, 1979
3222 Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1970-1971
3223 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, 1970-1984
3224 Arizona State Society, 1976-1977
3225 Arizona for Campaign Ethics, 1989
3226 Army-Navy Game, 1971-1972
3227 Association of Graduates, United States Air Force Academy, 1977, 1989-1995
3228 Arthritis Foundation Margaret Goldwater Clinic, 1977-1980
3229 Association of the U.S. Army, 1976-1980
3230 Atrix Laboratories, 1989
3231 Atrix Laboratories, 1990
BoxFolder
331 Atrix Laboratories, 1991
332 Atrix Laboratories, 1992
333 Atrix Laboratories, 1993-1994
334 Atrix: Background, Undated
335 Aviation Country Club, 1970-1978
336 Aviation Hall of Fame, 1965-1972
337 Aviation Hall of Fame, 1973-1976
338 Aviation Hall of Fame, 1977-1978
339 Aviation Hall of Fame, 1979-1980
3310 Aviation Hall of Fame, 1982-1986
3311 Balboa Bay Club, 1963-1973
3312 Balboa Bay Club, 1974-1981
3313 Barrow Neurological Foundation, 1969-1996
3314 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence Program, 1983-1996
3315 Big Brothers, Big Sisters, 1977-1978
3316 Boy Scouts of America, 1965
3317 Burning Tree Club, 1969-1974
3318 Burning Tree Club, 1970-1980
3319 Burning Tree Club, 1975-1983
3321 Capital Hill Club, 1969-1976
3322 Center for Excellence in Education, 1988-1990
3323 Chalet Club New York, 1972
3324 China, Burma, India Association, 1982-1985
3325 Christ Church of the Ascension, 1967-1987
3326 Circumnavigate Club, 1972-1984
3327 Civil Air Patrol, 1969-1978
3328 Civilian Military Institute, 1975-1976
3329 Burns International, 1988-1990
3329 Civilian Military Institute, 1977-1979
BoxFolder
341 Civilian Military Institute, 1980-1982
342 Classic AMX Club, 1975-1976
343 Combat Pilot Association, 1974-1979
344 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1989
345 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1990
346 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1991
347 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1992
348 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1993
349 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1994
3410 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1995 January-August
3411 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1995 September-December
3412 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1996
3413 Communications Satellite Corporation, 1997
3414 Confederate Air Force, 1954-1972
Includes photos.
3415 Confederate Air Force (B-29), 1972-1975
3416 Confederate Air Force, Arizona Wing, 1971-1976
Includes the "Ghost Squadron Story"
3417 Confederate Air Force, Arizona Wing, 1979-1994
3418 Congressional Wives Club 91st Congress, 1969
3419 Conservative Book Club, 1969
3420 Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1970-1980
3421 Daedalus, 1972-1980
3422 DeMolay Foundation, 1976-1979
3423 Desert Foothills Land Trust, 1996-1997
3424 Donations "A", 1969-1989
3425 Donations "B", 1968-1985
3426 Donations "C", 1967-1992
3427 Donations "D", 1969-1977
3428 Donations "E", 1969-1985
3429 Donations "F", 1968-1974
BoxFolder
351 Donations "G", 1965-1977
352 Donations "H", 1969-1975
353 Donations "I-L", 1968-1975
354 Donations "M", 1968-1977
355 Donations "N", 1969-1977
356 Donations "O", 1972-1974
357 Donations "P", 1968-1995
358 Donations "R", 1969-1972
359 Donations "S", 1968-1980
3510 Donations "T", 1968-1978
3511 Donations "U", 1969-1975
3512 Donations "V", 1968-1971
3513 Donations "W", 1971-1994
3514 Donations "Y", 1969-1974
3515 Dreyfus Corporation, 1987
3516 Edison Memorial Youth Fund and the Goldwater Scholarship, 1974
3517 Edison Memorial Youth Fund and the Goldwater Scholarship, 1975-1976
3518 Edison Memorial Youth Fund and the Goldwater Scholarship, 1977
3519 Edison Memorial Youth Fund and the Goldwater Scholarship, 1978
3520 Edison Memorial Youth Fund and the Goldwater Scholarship, 1979-1980
3521 Edison Memorial Youth Fund and the Goldwater Scholarship, 1983-1984
3522 Eisenhower College, 1971-1980
3523 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1977-1982
3524 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1983
3525 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1984-1986
3526 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1987-1996
3527 English as Official Language, 1987-1989
3528 Eta Mu Pi Fraternity, 1953
Includes photo.
3529 Experimental Aircraft Association, 1987-1993
3530 Experimental Aircraft Association, 1986-1994
3530 Experimental Aircraft Association Museum Foundation, 1981-1982
BoxFolder
361 Explorers Club, 1968-1974
362 Fleet Reserve Association, 1972
363 Flying Grandfathers Club, 1969
364 Fraternal Order of Police, 1974-1975
365 Free Society Association, 1965
See also Kitchel, Denison.
366 Free Society Association: Mote, Lynn, 1965-1966
367 Free Society Association: Background, Bylaws, Newsletters, 1966
368 Free Society Association, 1967-1980
369 Fund for American Studies: Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, 1987-1989
3610 General, 1924-1969
3611 General: Cards, Brochures, Pamphlets, 1969-1970
3612 General, 1970-1971
3613 General: Membership Cards, 1971-1972
3614 General, 1972
3615 General: Membership Cards, Brochures, Pamphlets, 1972-1980
3616 General: Brochures, 1973-1974
3617 General, 1973-1975
3618 General: Membership Cards, Brochures, 1975-1978
3619 General, 1976
3620 General, 1977
3621 General, 1978-1979
3622 General, 1980
3623 General, 1981 January-July
3624 General, 1981 August-December
BoxFolder
371 General, 1982 January-June
372 General, 1982 July-December
373 General, 1983 January-July
374 General, 1983 July-December
375 General, 1984
376 General, 1985
377 General, 1986
378 General, 1987-1997
379 Georgetown Club, 1969-1983
3710 Goldwater Institute for Public Policy Research, 1987
3711 Goldwater Institute for Public Policy Research: "Arizona Issue Analysis", 1988-1989
3712 Goldwater Institute for Public Policy Research, 1989 April-August
3713 Goldwater Institute for Public Policy Research, 1989 September-December
3714 Goldwater Institute for Public Policy Research, 1991-1999
3715 Goldwater Squadron, 1989
3716 Goodwill Industries, 1970-1975
3717 Hardin Creek Hunkern' and Hankerin' Society, 1965
3718 Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award, 1982
3719 Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award Foundation, 1989
Includes photos.
3720 Heard Museum (Goldwater Lecture Postcards), 1940
3721 Heard Museum, 1968-1973
BoxFolder
381 Heard Museum, 1974-1980
382 Heard Museum, 1984-1996
383 Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association Charter Member, 1971-1974
384 Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association, 1975-1979
385 Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association, 1980-1981
386 Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association, 1982-1995
Includes photos.
387 Historical League Inc., 1991
388 Honorable Order of the Kentucky Colonels, 1969-1974
389 Hump Pilots Association Memberships, 1969-1984
3810 Institute for the Study of American Wars, 1989
3811 International Chili Society, 1979
3812 International Eye Foundation, 1972-1978
3813 International Eye Foundation, 1980-1984
3814 International Order of Bastards, 1969-1973
3815 International Flying Fellowship of Rotarians, 1974
3816 International Order of Characters: Membership Lists, 1965-1967
3817 International Order of Characters: Form Letters and Arrangements, 1967
3818 International Order of Characters: Regrets Fall Convention, 1967
3819 International Order of Characters: Thank Yous, 1967
3820 International Order of Characters: General Conference Correspondence, 1967 January-April
3821 International Order of Characters: General Conference Correspondence, 1967 May-August
3822 International Order of Characters: General Conference Correspondence, 1967 September-October
3823 International Order of Characters, 1968-1972
3824 International Order of Characters: Dr. Gonzalez, 1973
BoxFolder
391 International Order of Characters, 1974-1996
392 International Order of Characters: Background, Undated
393 International Swimming Hall of Fame, 1973-1992
394 Iron Gate Chapter Air Force Association, 1971-1978
395 John P. Gaty Charitable Trust, 1967-1977
396 Junior Achievement, 1969-1970
397 Kiwanis Club, 1972-1979
398 Las Cruces (Baja California), 1974-1988
399 Long Island Early Fliers Club, 1974-1976
3910 Marina City Club, 1970
3911 Marine Military Academy, 1972-1984
3912 Masons, 1959-1976
3913 Masons: Cards, Publications, 1964-1980
3914 Masons, 1977-1995
3915 Mount Vernon College, 1971-1986
3916 National Aeronautic Association, 1975-1978
3917 National Aeronautic Association, 1979-1993
3918 National Aviation Club, 1974-1977
3919 National Aviation Hall of Fame: Collector's Series Portraits, 1978-1995
3920 National Education Corporation, 1986
3921 National Education Corporation, 1967 January-February
3922 National Education Corporation, 1967 March-November
3923 National Education Corporation, 1988
3924 National Education Corporation, 1989
3925 National Education Corporation, 1990
BoxFolder
401 National Education Corporation, 1991-1992
402 National Historical Intelligence Museum, 1987-1988
403 National Historical Intelligence Museum, 1989-1991
404 National Municipal League Incorporated, 1971-1975
405 National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, 1979
406 National Rifle Association, 1971-1992
407 National Sojourners, 1972-1985
408 National Space Club, 1969-1973
409 National Space Club, 1974-1979
4010 Navajo Education and Scholarship Foundation, 1986
4011 Newport Harbor Yacht Club, 1970-1976
4012 Northrup Institute of Technology Hall of Aviation History, 1975
4013 Non-Commissioned Officers Association, 1973
4014 Ocean City College, 1974
4015 Old Crows, 1971-1981
4016 Old Timers Club, 1977-1979
4017 Paradise Country Club, 1976-1977
4018 Paraplegia Foundation of Arizona, 1969-1970
4019 Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, 1978-1979
4020 Phoenix '93 (Super Bowl Committee), 1989
4021 Phoenix Jaycees, 1971-1979
4022 Phoenix Symphony, 1971-1973
4023 Photographic Society of America, 1974-1978
4024 Phi Alpha Delta (Law Fraternity), 1978-1980
4025 Planned Parenthood Association of Phoenix, 1973-1991
Also Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona.
4026 Quarter Century Wireless Association, 1964-1980
4027 Quarter Century Wireless: Publications, 1971-1973
4028 Quarter Century Wireless Association, 1971
4029 Quarter Century Wireless Association, 1972
4030 Quarter Century Wireless Association, 1973
4031 Quarter Century Wireless Association, 1974
4032 Retired Officers Association, 1969-1977
4033 Retired Officers Association: Roster, Article, Certificate, 1984-1989
4034 Rotary Club, 1972-1983, 1993
4035 Safari Club International, 1974-1979
4036 Safe Action in Flight Emergency, 1987-1993
4037 Saints and Sinners Club, 1964-1980
4038 St. Luke's, 1980-1991
4039 San Xavier Mission, 1967-1970
Includes news clippings and photos.
BoxFolder
411 Save Our Mountains Committee (Phoenix, Arizona), 1983
412 Scabbard and Blade, 1974
413 Scholarships for Children of American Military Personnel, 1980-1990
414 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1967-1968
415 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1969
416 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1970 January-March
417 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1970 April-June
418 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1970 July-December
419 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1971 January-April
4110 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1971 May-November
4111 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1972
4112 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1973
4113 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1974
4114 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1975-1978
4115 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation (Scientific Report), 1977-1978
4116 Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, 1980-1981
4117 Second Amendment Foundation, 1977-1979
4118 Second Century Fund (Episcopal Diocese of Arizona), 1974-1975
4119 Shrine of Ages: Background, 1956-1971
4120 Shrine of Ages Chapel, 1965-1967
4121 Shrine of Ages Chapel, 1968
4122 Shrine of Ages Chapel, 1969
4123 Shrine of Ages Chapel, 1970-1971
4124 Shrine of Ages Chapel, 1972-1978
4125 Shrine Club, 1972-1974
4126 Sierra Club, 1973-1974
4127 Sigma Chi Fraternity, 1970-1975
4128 Sigma Chi Fraternity, 1976-1980
4129 Sigma Chi Fraternity, 1981-1996
BoxFolder
421 Silver Wings, 1969-1996
422 Smithsonian, Borobudur, 1968
423 Smithsonian Board of Regents: National Air and Space Museum, 1972-1976
424 Smithsonian Board of Regents: National Zoological Park Report, 1973-1976
425 Smithsonian Board of Regents, 1977
426 Smithsonian Board of Regents: National Zoological Park Report, 1977
427 Smithsonian Board of Regents, 1977 January-April
428 Smithsonian Board of Regents, 1977 May-October
429 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1977 January 25
4210 Smithsonian Board of Regents: The Golden Doon: Artists-Immigrants of America Exhibit, 1977 April
4211 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda and Background Material, 1977 May 13
4212 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1977 May 13
4213 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda and Background Material, 1977 September 22
4214 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1977 September 27
4215 Smithsonian Board of Regents, 1978
4216 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Budget Justification for Fiscal Year 1979, 1978 January
4217 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda, 1978 January 16
4218 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1978 January 16
4219 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1978 January 16
BoxFolder
431 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Accountability and Management ... Report, 1978 January-February
432 Smithsonian Board of Regents: House Investigation and Smithsonian Response, 1978 February 18
433 Smithsonian Board of Regents: House Appropriate Hearing, 1978 February 23
434 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda, 1978 May 5
435 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1978 May 5
436 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Five Year Perspective, Fiscal Years 1980-1984, 1978 September 7
437 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda and Status Report, 1978 September 25
438 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1978 September 25
439 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Programs and Activities, 1978 November 20
4310 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1978 December 14
4311 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1978-1979
4312 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Bylaws, 1979
4313 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda, 1979 January 22
4314 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1979 January 22
4315 Smithsonian Board of Regents: South Garden Development Concept Study, 1979 April
4316 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1979 April 19
4317 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1979 May 7
4318 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1979 May 7
4319 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Executive Committee, 1979 August 13
BoxFolder
441 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Five Year Prospectus, 1979 September 10
442 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1979 September 17
443 Smithsonian Board of Regents, 1979-1980
444 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Survey of Property, 1980 January
445 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Five Year Prospectus, 1980 January 28
446 Smithsonian Commission for the National Gallery, 1980-1981
447 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Memos, Correspondence, 1980-1982
448 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Langley Theatre Dedication, 1981
449 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Air and Space Museum Minority Representation, 1981
4410 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda, 1981 September 14
4411 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Cases, 1981-1985
4412 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proposed Quadrangle Center for African, Near Eastern and Asian Cultures, 1982
4413 Smithsonian Commission for the National Portrait Gallery, 1982 January-May
4414 Smithsonian Commission for the National Portrait Gallery, 1982 June-December
4415 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Memos, 1982-1984
4416 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Newsletters, 1982-1986
4417 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Five Year Prospectus, Fiscal Years 1984-1988, 1983
4418 Smithsonian Board of Regents: New Regent and Secretary, 1983-1984
4419 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, 1984
4420 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Transfer of Old General Post Office Building, 1984
4421 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda, 1984 May 7
4422 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1984 September 17
4423 Smithsonian Board of Regents: National Air and Space Museum, 1984-1985
BoxFolder
451 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1984-1985
452 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Memos, 1985 January-May
453 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Memos, 1985 June-December
454 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Budget Justifications, 1985 January
455 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1985 January 28
456 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1985 May 6
457 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1985 May 6
458 Smithsonian Board of Regents: International Activities, 1985 June
459 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1985 September 16
4510 Smithsonian Board of Regents: National Air and Space Museum Review, 1985 December 12
4511 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Lindbergh Memorial Lecture, 1986
4512 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1986 January 27
4513 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1986 January 27
4514 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Five Year Prospectus, 1986 March 18
4515 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda, 1986 May 5
4516 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Meeting Briefing Book, 1986 May 5
4517 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1986 May 5
4518 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Agenda, Meeting Notes, 1986 September 15
4519 Smithsonian Board of Regents: Proceedings, 1986 September 15
BoxFolder
461 Smithsonian Board of Regents: 1985 Supplement, 1986
462 Smithsonian Board of Regents: 1985 Annual Report, 1986
463 Smithsonian Board of Regents: National Air and Space Museum New Director, 1986
464 Smithsonian Board of Regents: National Air and Space Museum Challenger Memorial, 1986
465 Smithsonian Board of Regents, 1987-1992
466 Smoki People, 1967-1996
Includes hand tattoo.
467 Society of Wireless Pioneers, 1971
468 Sons of the American Revolution, 1962-1981
469 Staunton Military Academy: Yearbook, 1927
4610 Staunton Military Academy, 1971-1975
4611 Staunton Military Academy, 1976
4612 Staunton Military Academy, 1977-1980
4613 Staunton Military Academy, 1981-1995
4614 Thunderbirds (Phoenix Chamber of Commerce), 1979-1983
4615 United Indian Traders Association, 1949
4616 United States Senate Youth Program (Hearst Foundation), 1984
4617 Valley Field and Polo Club, 1989
4618 Veteran Wireless Operators Association, 1973-1976
4619 Veteran Wireless Operators Association, 1977-1980
4620 Vipont Research Laboratories, 1987
4621 Vipont Research Laboratories, 1988
4622 Vipont Research Laboratories, 1989 April-September
4623 Vipont Research Laboratories, 1989 October-December
4624 Vipont Research Laboratories, 1990
4625 United States War Colleges, 1975-1983
4626 Waste Not (Republic Companies), 1990
4627 West Point Board of Visitors, Eisenhower Hall (HR 17970), 1969-1970
4628 West Point Board of Visitors, 1971-1973
4629 West Point Board of Visitors, 1974
BoxFolder
471 West Point Board of Visitors, 1975
472 Wings Club, 1975-1979
473 Wings Club, 1980-1981
474 Wings Club, 1982-1983
475 Wings of Friendship, 1990
476 Weyerhaeuser Captains Club, 1970-1972
Sub-Series F: Correspondence
BoxFolder
477 Allen, Rex, 1978-1980
478 Alsop, Joseph, 1972-1975
479 American Airlines, 1971-1978
4710 American Broadcasting Company, 1974-1979
4711 Americans for Constitutional Action, 1966-1968
4712 Arizona Canal Diversion Channel, 1989-1990
4713 Arizona Daily Star, 1969-1981
Includes David Brinegar.
4714 Arizona Highways, 1969-1980
4715 Arizona Highways, 1983-1996
4716 Arizona History, 1963-1996
4717 The Arizona Republic, 1969-1976
4718 The Arizona Republic, 1977-1994
4719 Arizona State College, Tempe, 1958
4720 Arizona State University Goldwater Chair of the American Institutions, 1969-1971
4721 Arizona State University, 1967-1972
Discusses the donation of Goldwater's library and papers.
4722 Arizona State University, 1984-1987
4723 Arizona State University, 1988
4724 Arizona State University, 1989-1991
4725 Arizona State University: Barry M. Goldwater for Science and Engineering Technology, 1992
4726 Arizona State University: Barry Goldwater Chair of American Institutions: Clippings, 1970-1984
4727 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1972-1974
4728 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1975-1976
4729 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1977
4730 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1978
4731 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1980-1982
4732 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1981-1990
4732 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1983-1984
4733 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1985-1986
BoxFolder
481 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1987 January-March
482 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1987 April-December
483 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1988
484 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1989
485 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions: Forums and Panels, 1989-1997
486 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1990-1991
487 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1992
488 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1993-1994
489 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions: Frederick Chien, 1995
4810 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions, 1996-1998
4811 Arizona State University: Goldwater Chair of American Institutions: Dr. Arrell Morgan Gibson, 1986
4812 Arizona Telephone Company, 1982-1991
4813 Arnold, Stanley, 1987
4814 Automobiles: AMX and Corvette, 1982-1991
4815 Automobiles: Bricklin, 1974
4816 Automobiles: Bradley, 1976-1977
4817 Automobiles: Jaguar, 1953
4818 Bailey, Nathan A., 1974-1977
4819 Barabash, Volodimir, 1972
4820 Baroody, William, 1965-1968
4821 Barry M. Goldwater Revocable Trust, 1989-1996
4822 Basha, Eddie, 1973-1992
4823 Bell, Jeanne Viner, 1987-1988
4824 Berry, Doris: Personal Secretary, Post Retirement, 1985-1987
4825 Berry, Doris: Personal Secretary, Post Retirement, 1988
4826 Berry, Doris: Personal Secretary, Post Retirement, 1989
4827 Biographical Data, 1958-1998
Includes military, family, aviation, and quotes.
4828 Biographical Questions and Answers, 1969-1982
BoxFolder
491 Boat: Bartell Corporation, 1967-1978
492 Boat: Boatswain's Locker, 1967-1971
493 Boat: Catalina Mooring Service, Cherry Cove, 1969-1970
494 Boat: General Correspondence, 1966-1968
495 Boat: General Correspondence, 1969
496 Boat: General Correspondence, 1970
Includes photos.
497 Boat: General Correspondence, 1971
498 Boat: General Correspondence, 1972
499 Boat: General Correspondence, 1973
4910 Boat: General Correspondence, 1973
Includes photos.
4911 Boat: General Correspondence, 1974
4912 Boat: General Correspondence, 1975
4913 Boat: General Correspondence, 1976-1980
4914 Boat: Log-"Baleia", 1970
4915 Boat: New Boat Specifications, 1968-1971
Includes photos.
4916 Boat: Richardson Yacht Company (Toh-Be-Kin), 1969-1970
4917 Boat: Toh-Be-Kin II Logs, 1969-1971
4918 Brookings Institute, 1969-1970
4919 Brown, General George S., 1974-1978
4920 Burch, Dean, 1955-1965
4921 Burch, Dean, 1966 January-June
4922 Burch, Dean, 1966 July-December
4923 Burch, Dean, 1968-1992
4924 Burgess, Isabel, 1977-1979
4925 Burns, Robert: Buckeye Deal, 1996
4926 Burns: Yavapai County Project, 1996
4927 Cable News Network (Contract), 1980, 1985
BoxFolder
501 Byrne, John P. (Del E. Webb Development Company), 1971-1982
502 Camelback Mountain (Preservation of), 1959-1964
503 Camelback Mountain, 1965 April-September
504 Camelback Mountain, 1965 October-November
505 Camelback Mountain, 1965 December
506 Camelback Mountain, 1966 January
507 Camelback Mountain, 1966 February-December
508 Camelback Mountain, 1967
509 Camelback Mountain, 1968
5010 Camelback Mountain, 1971-1974
5011 Camelback Mountain, 1985-1995
5012 Camelback-Arden Property on Slope of Camelback, 1970
5013 Capital Securities Company, 1970
5014 Cartoons, 1965-1968
5015 Cartoons, 1969-1976
5016 Cartoons (Jack Knox), 1975-1976
5017 Cartoons, 1977-1979
5018 Cartoons, 1979-1984
5019 Casserly, Jack (Biographer), 1985-1986
5020 Casserly, Jack (Biographer), 1987-1990
5021 Cassidy, Fishman (Speakers Contract), 1990
5022 Castro, Raúl, 1970-1978
5023 CBS Television Network (Various), 1971-1980
5024 Chambers, George W., 1971-1974
5025 Chennault, Anna, 1974-1994
5026 Chien, Frederick, 1985-1997
5027 City Council: News Clippings, Editorials, 1939-1946
5028 Civil Service: Retirement, 1953-1987
5029 Coastal Navigation School, 1970-1975
BoxFolder
511 Combined Securities, 1967-1968
512 Cosby Bankruptcy, 1996
513 Crane, James E., 1969-1976
514 Crank Letters, 1967-1968
515 Crank Letters, 1973-1984
516 Crawford, Ron, 1966-1996
See also Free Society Association.
517 Dean, John W.: "Book", 1993-1995
518 Douglas, Lewis W. and Walter Jr., 1964-1975
519 Drinkwater, Herbert, 1983-1996
5110 Drum, James T., 1971-1991
5111 Dumas, West and Company (Cuba, Taiwan), 1993-1995
5112 Dupont, Joseph, 1978-1980
5113 Education, 1923-1928
Transcripts and correspondence from Phoenix Union, Staunton and University of Arizona.
5114 Eiseman, Fred B. Jr. (Grand Canyon), 1972-1979
5115 Emerson, Terry, 1970-1989
5116 Emerson, Terry, 1990-2006
5117 Emme, Eugene M. (NASA Historian), 1971-1984
5118 Essman, Tommy, 1972-1973
Goldwater flew Essman to a hospital in Kansas City.
5119 Fairchild, Wade (Fairchild Peacemaker aircraft), 1971-1975
5120 Fagerberg, Dixon Jr. C.P.A.: Taxes and Contributions, 1962-1964
5121 Fannin, Paul, 1967-1969
5122 Fannin, Paul, 1971-1981
5123 FBI Files, 1963-1965
Donated by Robert Nelson.
5124 Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary, 1984
5125 Form Letters, 1965-1968
5126 Frederick, Grace Voss, 1992
5127 Funeral: Programs, Obituary, 1998 June 3
5128 Funny Letters, 1949-1956
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521 Gallery, W. O. (Naval Training Center), 1975-1977
522 Gays in the Military, 1992-1993 June 14
523 Gays in the Military, 1993 June 15-30
524 Gays in the Military, 1993 July-September
525 Gays in the Military: Human Rights Campaign Fund, 1994-1996
526 Gays in the Military: News clippings, 1993
527 Gays in the Military: Pat Murphy Correspondence (Washington Post Article), 1993-1994
528 Gays in the Military: Publications, 1993 (Religious Tracts, Pamphlets, and Publications)
529 Georgetown, 1987-1988
5210 Gibson, Frank, 1966-1992
5211 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1964-1965
5212 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1966
5213 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1967
5215 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1968 February-May
5216 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1968 June-November
5217 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1969
5218 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1970-1971
5219 Ginzburg Lawsuit, 1972-1983
5220 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Appellee's Brief, 1969
5221 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Brief for Respondent in Opposition, 1969
5222 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Deposition of Dr. Margaretta Keller Bowers, 1966
5223 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Deposition of Dr. Renatus Hartogs, 1966
5224 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Deposition of Dr. Leonard R. Sillman, 1966
5225 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Deposition of Dr. Henry A. Troy, 1966
5226 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Deposition of Dr. Gordon Templeton, 1966
5227 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Deposition of Russell Conway, 1967
5228 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Examination of Warren Boroson, 1966
5229 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Expenses, 1965-1968
5230 Ginzburg Lawsuit: News Clippings, 1965-1968 (1 of 2)
5231 Ginzburg Lawsuit: News Clippings, 1968-1986 (2 of 2)
Includes cover letter from Goldwater.
BoxFolder
531 Ginzburg Lawsuit: Statements and Complaint, 1965
532 Ginzburg Lawsuit: United States Court of Appeals, 1969
533 Goddard, Terry, 1983-1989
534 Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Jr., 1957-1987
535 Goldberg, Robert (Biographer), 1988-1993
536 Goldwater-Nichols Act: Brookings Institute and Other Reports, 1991
537 Goldwater-Nichols Act: GAO Reports, 1988
See also Legislative-99th Congress.
538 Goldwater-Nichols Act: GAO Reports, 1989
539 Goldwater-Nichols Act: GAO Reports, 1990-1991
5310 Goldwater-Nichols Act: References in the Congressional Record, 1988-1994
5311 "The Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986: Resurgence of Defense Reform and the Legacy of Eisenhower" by Major Greg H. Parlier, 1989
5312 "Goldwater-Nichols Revisited: Meaningful Defense Reorganization" by Peter W. Chiarelli, 1991
5313 Grand Canyon Cemetery, 1983
5314 Grand Circle Association, 1984-1985
5315 "The Green Felt Jungle" (Willie Bioff), 1964
5316 Guns, 1968-1978
5317 Hall, J. Gordon, 1958-1959
5318 Hall, J. Gordon, 1960
5319 Hall, J. Gordon, 1961
5320 Hall, J. Gordon, 1962-1980
5321 Hambrose Leasing Limited Partnership, 1984
5322 Hayes, Ira, 1986
5323 Hayhurst, Pat H., 1940-1981
Regarding Tombstone Courthouse archival material.
5324 Helms, Richard, 1974-1980
5325 Hess, Karl, 1965
5326 Hess, Karl, 1967-1994
5327 Hess, Karl: "In a Cause That Will Triumph", 1966 (Chapters 1-2)
5328 Hess, Karl: "In a Cause That Will Triumph", 1966 (Chapters 3-4)
5329 Hess, Karl: "In a Cause That Will Triumph", 1966 (Chapters 5 and 7)
5330 Hess, Karl: NATO Arms Race, 1962-1967 (1 of 2)
5331 Hess, Karl: NATO Arms Race, 1967 (2 of 2)
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541 Hess, Karl Jr., 1996
542 Higgins, Eleanor, 1952-1992
See also 1964 Presidential Campaign, Maine.
543 Higgins, Ted, 1964
544 "History File", 1960-1992
Anecdotes about BMG, and early Phoenix.
545 Honoraria, 1972-1985
546 Holroyd, Winnie, 1987
547 Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute, 1987
548 House: "Epic Places, The Estate of an Arizona Legend", 1999
549 House Plans, 1956 (1 of 2)
5410 House Plans, 1957 (2 of 2)
5411 House: (Be-Nūn-Ī-Kin) House in the Sky, 1958-1959 (1 of 2)
5412 House: (Be-Nūn-Ī-Kin) House in the Sky, 1960-1969 (1 of 2)
5413 House: (Be-Nūn-Ī-Kin) House in the Sky: Guest Book, Undated
5414 House: Maintenance, Repairs, 1965-1977
5415 House: Maintenance, Repairs, 1978-1995
5416 House: Cactus (Native Plant Relocation), 1990
5417 House: Tait Appraisal, 1968
5418 House, Dr. Howard P., 1968-1972
5419 House, Dr. Howard P., 1973-1980
5420 Humes, Theodore, 1961-1962
See also 1964 Campaign, Pennsylvania; fragile material.
5421 Humes, Theodore, 1963 January-October
See also 1964 Campaign, Pennsylvania; fragile material.
5422 Humes, Theodore, 1963 December
See also 1964 Campaign, Pennsylvania; fragile material.
5423 Humes, Theodore, 1964
See also 1964 Campaign, Pennsylvania; fragile material.
5424 Humes, Theodore, 1965-1985
5425 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Bolles, Don: Correspondence, Memos, Statements, 1971-1977
5426 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Bolles, Don: Memo from John P. Frank, 1977
5427 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Bolles, Don: Newsclippings, 1976
5428 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Bolles, Don: Newsclippings, 1977
5429 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Fund for Investigative Journalism, 1976
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551 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Kemper Marley Sr. v. Investigative Reporters and Editors, 1980
552 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, 1950-1977
553 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, 1977
554 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, New West, 1977 April 11
555 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, Newsday, 1977 March 13-21
556 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, Newsday, 1977 March 23-April 4
557 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, News Clippings Outside Arizona, 1977 March-April
558 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, News Clippings from Arizona Dailies, 1977 March-April
559 Investigative Reporters and Editors: Organized Crime, Shadegg, Stephen, 1977
5510 Joke File, 1972-1984
Includes notes and dictation.
5511 Juvenile Justice, 1996
5512 Kachina Dolls (Kibbey, John R.), 1939
5513 Kachina Dolls, 1945-1950
5514 Kachina Dolls, 1957-1962
5515 Kachina Dolls, 1962-1970
5516 Kachina Dolls, 1970-1973
5517 Kachina Dolls, 1974
5518 Kachina Dolls, 1975-1976
5519 Kachina Dolls, 1977-1996
5520 Kaman (Consultant Agreement), 1987-1988
5521 Klein, Major-General Julius, 1972-1977
5522 Knopf, Al and Louise, 1975-1986
5523 Kupperman, Robert H. S. (Arms Control and Disarmament Agency), 1974
5524 Lanphier, Thomas G., 1985 (1 of 2)
5525 Lanphier, Thomas G., 1985 (2 of 2; Manuscript)
5526 Leonard, Bill, 1967
5527 Lewis, Orme Sr., 1971-1994
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561 Library: Center for Political Resources, 1979
562 Library: Appraisals, Donations to Arizona Historical Foundation, 1983
563 Loeb, William, 1967
564 Loeb, William, 1970-1980
565 Lofton, John, 1974-1978
566 Lost Dutchman Mine, 1971-1976
Superstition Mountains; includes phonograph records.
567 Luce, Clare Boothe, 1969-1983
568 Machlett, Mr. and Mrs. Glen, 1973
Rescued by Senator Goldwater.
569 Manning, Reg, 1973-1980
5610 Margaret Arch, Navajo Reservation, 1987-1989
5611 Marston, Dock, 1972-1977
5612 Masland, Frank E., 1969-1974
5613 Masland, Frank E.,
5614 McLaughlin, Herb and Dorothy, 1961-1996
Includes photo.
5615 Maytag, Marquita, 1970-1974
5616 Maytag, Marquita, 1975-1979
Includes photo.
5617 McGinnis, G. Alfred, 1967-1968
5618 McCune Property, 1971-1974
5619 McCune Property, 1975
5620 McCune Property, 1976-1981
5621 Melczer, Joseph T., 1967-1974
5622 Melczer, Joseph T. Jr., 1967-1990
5623 Melczer, Joseph T. Jr.: Wills, Trusts, 1971-1989
5624 Micronesia, 1971-1974
5625 Middendorf, William J., 1977-1985
5626 Models: Airplane and Automobile, 1969-1970
5627 Models: Airplane and Automobile, 1971-1975
5628 Models: Airplane and Automobile, 1976-1996
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571 Morgan, Adah Frances, 1924-1961
572 Mollner, Henry: Pistachio Corporation, 1973
573 Mosely, C. C., 1971-1974
574 Mugs for Babies Named after Senator, 1972-1986
575 Murphy, Pat (Editor, Phoenix Republic Gazette), 1980-1995
See also Arizona Republic.
576 Nairn, Ronald C., 1967-1984
577 National Broadcasting Company, 1974-1980
578 Navajo High Technology Forum, 1988-1989
579 Newsweek, 1973-1979
5710 O'Connor, Molly, 1972
5711 Overall, Florence K. and John R., 1957-1981
5712 Passports and Immunization Records, 1928-1977
5713 Patton, George S., 1979-1980
5714 Pawley, William, 1973-1976
5715 Peat, Marwick and Mitchell: Taxes, 1963-1969
5716 Peat, Marwick and Mitchell: Taxes, 1970-1978
5717 Peat, Marwick and Mitchell: Taxes, 1982-1987
5718 PG Limited Partnership, 1982
5719 Pinaire, Hoyt, 1974-1980
5720 Prisoners and Department of Defense, 1969
5721 Pritzlaff, John and Mary Dell, 1971-1996
5722 Property, 1993
5723 Quinn, William, 1960-1965
5724 Quinn, William: Visit to Germany, 1964-1968
5725 Quinn, William, 1966-1969
5726 Quinn, William: News Clippings, 1969-1993
5727 Quinn, William, 1970-1971
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581 Quinn, William, 1972-1973
Includes photos.
582 Quinn, William, 1974-1975
Includes photo.
583 Quinn, William, 1976-1979
584 Quinn, William, 1980-1984
585 Quinn, William, 1985-1986
586 Quinn, William, 1987
587 Quinn, William, 1988
588 Quinn, William, 1989
Includes photos.
589 Quinn, William, 1990-1991
Includes photos.
5810 Quinn, William, 1992-2000
5811 Quinn, William, Undated
5812 Ray, Reverend George M., 1966
5813 "Recopilacion de Recortes de Prensa de la Cuidad de Mexico, Sobre la Estancia en Ella de Mr. Barry Goldwater", 1966
5814 Red Rock Crossing (Sedona, Arizona), 1995-1997
5815 Reinhold, Ruth, 1964-1972
5816 Reinhold, Ruth, 1979-1989
5817 Reinhold, Ruth: Arizona Aviation Book, 1969-1971
5818 Reinhold, Ruth: Arizona Aviation Book, 1974-1975
5819 Reinhold, Ruth: Arizona Aviation Book, 1976
5820 Reinhold, Ruth: Arizona Aviation Book, 1978-1984
5821 Requests to Write Official Biography, 1986-1995
5822 Richardson, General Robert C. III, 1967-1969
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591 Ritchie, Steve: Adolph Coors Company, 1978-1983
592 Robinson, Jackie, 1967-1968
593 Ruffner, Lester W. (Budge) and Bette, 1961-1993
See also 1964 Campaign.
594 Rutan, Dick, 1992
595 Saufley, William E. (Goldwater Store Manager), 1939-1958
Includes original letter to Bob Goldwater and Bill Saulfley about running for City Council.
596 Saufley, William E. (Goldwater Store Manager), 1960-1969
597 Saufley, William E. (Goldwater Store Manager), 1970-1994
598 Seaver, Frank and Blanche, 1973-1980
599 Scripps, Howard, 1976
5910 Sexon, Paul, 1957-1992
5911 Shadegg, Stephen: TV Script, "For Freedom's Sake", 1952-1957
5912 Shadegg, Stephen: TV Script, "For Freedom's Sake", 1956
Includes photos.
5913 Shadegg, Stephen, 1958-1960
5914 Shadegg, Stephen, 1961
5915 Shadegg, Stephen, 1962
5916 Shadegg, Stephen, 1963-1964
5917 Shadegg, Stephen, 1965-1966
Includes University of Texas Goldwater election files inventory.
5918 Shadegg, Stephen, 1968
5919 Shadegg, Stephen, 1971-1974
5920 Shadegg, Stephen, 1975-1977
Includes dictation.
5921 Shadegg, Stephen, 1978
Includes dictation.
5922 Shadegg, Stephen, 1979-1989
5923 Shadegg, Stephen: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich v. Goldwater and Shadegg, 1980-1982
5924 Shea and Wilks, 1989-1996
BoxFolder
601 Sister Mary Rose, 1967-1970
602 Slander File, 1976-1982
603 Soto, Ignacio, 1971-1985
604 Steiger, Sam, 1967-1968
605 Stock Certificates, 1918-1949
606 Staunton Military Academy, 1927-1928
607 Taxes: Public Financial Disclosure, 1979-1985
608 Teller, Edward, 1976
609 Tributes: Republican National Committee "Tribute to Barry Dinner", 1965
6010 Tributes: Tribute to Senator Goldwater by Senator Bill Brock (Senate Floor Statement), 1972
6011 Tributes: "Toast 'N' Roast of Senator Barry Goldwater", 1977
6012 Tributes: Goldwater Image on Thumb Butte (Prescott; Humorous), 1979
6013 Tributes: Birthplace Marker (Phoenix), 1980
6014 Tributes: Goldwater Memorial Park (Yavapai County), 1981
6015 Tributes: Goldwater Telescope, Kitt Peak, 1983-1985
6016 Tributes: Goldwater Street, La Paz County, 1985
6017 Tributes: Barry Goldwater Center (Arizona Republican Party Headquarters; Phoenix), 1985
6018 Tributes: Motel Wing or Room Yavapai-Apache Tribe (Camp Verde), 1985
6019 Tributes: Tucson Hotel Boardroom, 1985
6020 Tributes: Barry and Peggy Goldwater Health Center, YMCA SKY-Y Camp (Prescott), 1985
6021 Tributes: Goldwater Arizona Pine, 1985
6022 Tributes: Goldwater High School (Phoenix), 1985-1997
Includes photo.
6023 Tributes: Goldwater Center for Cross Cultural Communications (Heard Museum), 1986
6024 Tributes: Goldwater Mountain Habitat Project (Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum), 1986
6025 Tributes: Barry Goldwater Chair of American Institutions (Arizona State University), 1986
6026 Tributes: Congressional Record (on Goldwater's Retirement from the Senate), 1986
6027 Tributes: Barry Goldwater Center, Prescott College, 1986-1987
6028 Tributes: "Goldwater His Life and Legacy", 1987
6029 Tributes: Goldwater Ballroom, Sheraton Resort (Prescott), 1988
6030 Tributes: Barry M. Goldwater Center for Science and Engineering (Arizona State University), 1988-1993
6031 Tributes: Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range, 1988-1994
6032 Tributes: Goldwater Boulevard (Scottsdale), 1989
6033 Tributes: Goldwater Terminal (Sky Harbor Airport), 1988-1993
6034 Tributes: Barry Goldwater Amateur Radio Award, Radio Club of America, 1994
6035 Tributes: Arizona Salute to Barry Goldwater, 1996
6036 Tributes: Barry and Peggy Goldwater Memorial Garden, Cave Creek, Arizona, 1999
6037 Tributes: Barry Goldwater Peak (White Tank Mountain Range), 2005
6038 Tributes: Twentieth Century Fox "The People and Senator Goldwater", 1970-1971
6039 Tucson Daily Citizen, 1972-1974
6040 Unidentified Flying Objects, 1966-1977
6041 Unidentified Flying Objects, 1978-1985
6042 Unidentified Flying Objects, 1987-1997
6043 University of Arizona, 1983-1989
6044 Valley National Bank, 1954-1982
6045 Viewpoint Radio Program, 1975-1976
6046 Walker, Harry, 1979
6047 White, Thomas D. (Air Force Chief of Staff), 1960
6048 Yardley, George and Dorothy, 1966-1996
6049 General Correspondence: A, 1952-1951
6050 General Correspondence: A, 1957
6051 General Correspondence: A, 1966
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611 General Correspondence: A, 1967
612 General Correspondence: A, 1968
613 General Correspondence: A, 1970-1979
614 General Correspondence: A, 1980-1984
615 General Correspondence: A, 1985-1987
616 General Correspondence: A, 1988-1989
617 General Correspondence: A, 1990-1993
618 General Correspondence: A, 1994-1997
619 General Correspondence: B, 1950-1953
6110 General Correspondence: B, 1963-1966
6111 General Correspondence: B, 1967 January-March
6112 General Correspondence: B, 1967 April-July
6113 General Correspondence: B, 1967 August-December
6114 General Correspondence: B, 1968 January-April
6115 General Correspondence: B, 1968 May-August
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621 General Correspondence: B, 1968 September-December
622 General Correspondence: B, 1969
623 General Correspondence: B, 1970-1977
624 General Correspondence: B, 1978-1979
625 General Correspondence: B, 1980-1981
626 General Correspondence: B, 1982-1986
627 General Correspondence: B, 1987
628 General Correspondence: B, 1988
629 General Correspondence: B, 1989
6210 General Correspondence: B, 1990
6211 General Correspondence: B, 1991
6212 General Correspondence: B, 1992
6213 General Correspondence: B, 1993
6214 General Correspondence: B, 1994
6215 General Correspondence: B, 1995
6216 General Correspondence: B, 1996
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631 General Correspondence: B, 1997
632 General Correspondence: C, 1941-1958
633 General Correspondence: C, 1964-1966
634 General Correspondence: C, 1967 January-June
635 General Correspondence: C, 1967 July-December
636 General Correspondence: C, 1968 January-May
637 General Correspondence: C, 1968 June-August
638 General Correspondence: C, 1968 September-December
639 General Correspondence: C, 1969
6310 General Correspondence: C, 1970-1978
6311 General Correspondence: C, 1979
6312 General Correspondence: C, 1980
6313 General Correspondence: C, 1984-1986
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641 General Correspondence: C, 1987
642 General Correspondence: C, 1988
643 General Correspondence: C, 1989
644 General Correspondence: C, 1990-1992
645 General Correspondence: C, 1993-1994
646 General Correspondence: C, 1995-1996
647 General Correspondence: C, 1997
648 General Correspondence: D, 1951-1958
649 General Correspondence: D, 1965-1966
6410 General Correspondence: D, 1967 January-June
6411 General Correspondence: D, 1967 July-December
6412 General Correspondence: D, 1968 January-June
6413 General Correspondence: D, 1968 July-December
6414 General Correspondence: D, 1969
6415 General Correspondence: D, 1970-1976
6416 General Correspondence: D, 1977-1978
6417 General Correspondence: D, 1979-1980
6418 General Correspondence: D, 1981-1986
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651 General Correspondence: D, 1987
652 General Correspondence: D, 1988-1989
653 General Correspondence: D, 1990-1992
654 General Correspondence: D, 1993-1994
655 General Correspondence: D, 1995
656 General Correspondence: D, 1996-1997
657 General Correspondence: E, 1951-1957
658 General Correspondence: E, 1966-1969
659 General Correspondence: E, 1970-1980
6510 General Correspondence: E, 1981-1989
6511 General Correspondence: E, 1990-1992
6512 General Correspondence: E, 1993-1996
6513 General Correspondence: F, 1941-1957
6514 General Correspondence: F, 1965-1966
6515 General Correspondence: F, 1967 January-May
6516 General Correspondence: F, 1967 June-December
6517 General Correspondence: F, 1968 January-April
6518 General Correspondence: F, 1968 May-December
6519 General Correspondence: F, 1969
6520 General Correspondence: F, 1970-1974
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661 General Correspondence: F, 1980-1989
662 General Correspondence: F, 1990-1993
663 General Correspondence: F, 1994-1997
664 General Correspondence: G, 1952-1958
665 General Correspondence: G, 1965-1966
666 General Correspondence: G, 1967
667 General Correspondence: G, 1968 January-May
668 General Correspondence: G, 1968 June-December
669 General Correspondence: G, 1969
6610 General Correspondence: G, 1970-1977
6611 General Correspondence: G, 1980-1987
6612 General Correspondence: G, 1988-1989
6613 General Correspondence: G, 1990-1992
6614 General Correspondence: G, 1993-1994
6615 General Correspondence: G, 1995
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671 General Correspondence: G, 1996-1997
672 General Correspondence: H, 1952-1959
673 General Correspondence: H, 1963-1966
674 General Correspondence: H, 1967 January-March
675 General Correspondence: H, 1967 April-August
676 General Correspondence: H, 1967 September-December
677 General Correspondence: H, 1968 January-March
678 General Correspondence: H, 1968 April-August
679 General Correspondence: H, 1968 September-December
6710 General Correspondence: H, 1969
6711 General Correspondence: H, 1970-1975
6712 General Correspondence: H, 1977-1978
6713 General Correspondence: H, 1979
6714 General Correspondence: H, 1980
6715 General Correspondence: H, 1981-1984
6716 General Correspondence: H, 1985-1986
6717 General Correspondence: H, 1987
6718 General Correspondence: H, 1988-1989
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681 General Correspondence: H, 1990-1991
682 General Correspondence: H, 1992
683 General Correspondence: H, 1993
684 General Correspondence: H, 1994
685 General Correspondence: H, 1995
686 General Correspondence: H, 1996-1997
687 General Correspondence: I, 1967-1968
688 General Correspondence: I, 1969
689 General Correspondence: I, 1970-1978
6810 General Correspondence: I, 1981-1989
6811 General Correspondence: I, 1990-1997
6812 General Correspondence: J, 1952-1958
6813 General Correspondence: J, 1966
6814 General Correspondence: J, 1967
6815 General Correspondence: J, 1968
6816 General Correspondence: J, 1969
6817 General Correspondence: J, 1970-1978
6818 General Correspondence: J, 1980-1989
6819 General Correspondence: J, 1990-1994
6820 General Correspondence: J, 1995-1998
6821 General Correspondence: K, 1952
6822 General Correspondence: K, 1964-1966
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691 General Correspondence: K, 1967
692 General Correspondence: K, 1968
693 General Correspondence: K, 1969
694 General Correspondence: K, 1970-1977
695 General Correspondence: K, 1978-1980
696 General Correspondence: K, 1981-1987
697 General Correspondence: K, 1988-1989
698 General Correspondence: K, 1990-1992
699 General Correspondence: K, 1993-1994
6910 General Correspondence: K, 1995-1997
6911 General Correspondence: L, 1952-1957
6912 General Correspondence: L, 1965-1966
6913 General Correspondence: L, 1967 January-April
6914 General Correspondence: L, 1967 May-December
6915 General Correspondence: L, 1968 January-June
6916 General Correspondence: L, 1968 July-December
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701 General Correspondence: L, 1969
702 General Correspondence: L, 1970-1972
703 General Correspondence: L, 1977-1979
704 General Correspondence: L, 1980-1981
705 General Correspondence: L, 1982-1987
706 General Correspondence: L, 1988-1989
707 General Correspondence: L, 1990-1992
708 General Correspondence: L, 1993-1994
709 General Correspondence: L, 1995-1997
7010 General Correspondence: M, 1952 January-September
7011 General Correspondence: M, 1952 October-December
7012 General Correspondence: M, 1957-1958
7013 General Correspondence: M, 1966
7014 General Correspondence: M, 1967 January-March
7015 General Correspondence: M, 1967 April-July
7016 General Correspondence: M, 1967 August-September
7017 General Correspondence: M, 1967 October-December
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711 General Correspondence: M, 1968 January-May
712 General Correspondence: M, 1968 June-August
713 General Correspondence: M, 1968 September-December
714 General Correspondence: M, 1969
715 General Correspondence: M, 1970-1976
716 General Correspondence: M, 1977
717 General Correspondence: M, 1978-1979
718 General Correspondence: M, 1980
719 General Correspondence: M, 1981-1984
7110 General Correspondence: M, 1985-1986
7111 General Correspondence: M, 1987 January-May
7112 General Correspondence: M, 1987 June-December
7113 General Correspondence: M, 1988
7114 General Correspondence: M, 1989
7115 General Correspondence: M, 1990-1991
7116 General Correspondence: M, 1992
7117 General Correspondence: M, 1993
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721 General Correspondence: M, 1994
722 General Correspondence: M, 1995
723 General Correspondence: M, 1996
724 General Correspondence: M, 1997
725 General Correspondence: N, 1952
726 General Correspondence: N, 1966
727 General Correspondence: N, 1967
728 General Correspondence: N, 1968
729 General Correspondence: N, 1969
7210 General Correspondence: N, 1970-1979
7211 General Correspondence: N, 1980-1989
7212 General Correspondence: N, 1990-1997
7213 General Correspondence: O, 1952
7214 General Correspondence: O, 1966
7215 General Correspondence: O, 1967
7216 General Correspondence: O, 1968
7217 General Correspondence: O, 1969-1979
7218 General Correspondence: O, 1980-1989
7219 General Correspondence: O, 1990-1997
7220 General Correspondence: P, 1939-1950
7221 General Correspondence: P, 1952-1958
7222 General Correspondence: P, 1966
7223 General Correspondence: P, 1967 January-May
7224 General Correspondence: P, 1967 June-December
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731 General Correspondence: P, 1968 January-May
732 General Correspondence: P, 1968 June-December
733 General Correspondence: P, 1969
734 General Correspondence: P, 1970-1979
735 General Correspondence: P, 1980-1984
736 General Correspondence: P, 1985-1989
737 General Correspondence: P, 1990-1992
738 General Correspondence: P, 1993
739 General Correspondence: P, 1994-1995
7310 General Correspondence: P, 1996-1997
7311 General Correspondence: Q, 1951-1952
7312 General Correspondence: Q, 1967-1968
7313 General Correspondence: Q, 1979-1989
7314 General Correspondence: Q, 1990-1996
7315 General Correspondence: R, 1952
7316 General Correspondence: R, 1965-1966
7317 General Correspondence: R, 1967 January-May
7318 General Correspondence: R, 1967 June-December
7319 General Correspondence: R, 1968 January-June
7320 General Correspondence: R, 1968 July-December
7321 General Correspondence: R, 1969
7322 General Correspondence: R, 1970-1979
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741 General Correspondence: R, 1980-1986
742 General Correspondence: R, 1987
743 General Correspondence: R, 1988-1989
744 General Correspondence: R, 1990-1991
745 General Correspondence: R, 1992-1993
746 General Correspondence: R, 1994-1995
747 General Correspondence: R, 1996-1998
748 General Correspondence: S, 1951
749 General Correspondence: S, 1952 January-September
7410 General Correspondence: S, 1952 October-December
7411 General Correspondence: S, 1953-1958
7412 General Correspondence: S, 1964-1965
7413 General Correspondence: S, 1966
7414 General Correspondence: S, 1967 January-March
7415 General Correspondence: S, 1967 April-May
7416 General Correspondence: S, 1967 June-August
7417 General Correspondence: S, 1967 September-December
7418 General Correspondence: S, 1968 January-March
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751 General Correspondence: S, 1968 April-July
752 General Correspondence: S, 1968 August-December
753 General Correspondence: S, 1969
754 General Correspondence: S, 1970-1977
755 General Correspondence: S, 1978-1979
756 General Correspondence: S, 1980
757 General Correspondence: S, 1981-1982
758 General Correspondence: S, 1983-1985
759 General Correspondence: S, 1986
7510 General Correspondence: S, 1987 January-May
7511 General Correspondence: S, 1987 June-November
7512 General Correspondence: S, 1988
7513 General Correspondence: S, 1989
7514 General Correspondence: S, 1990
7515 General Correspondence: S, 1991
7516 General Correspondence: S, 1992
BoxFolder
761 General Correspondence: S, 1993 January-July
762 General Correspondence: S, 1993 August-December
763 General Correspondence: S, 1994
764 General Correspondence: S, 1995
765 General Correspondence: S, 1996
766 General Correspondence: S, 1997
767 General Correspondence: T, 1952
768 General Correspondence: T, 1965-1966
769 General Correspondence: T, 1967 January-June
7610 General Correspondence: T, 1967 July-December
7611 General Correspondence: T, 1968
7612 General Correspondence: T, 1969
7613 General Correspondence: T, 1970-1979
7614 General Correspondence: T, 1980-1989
7615 General Correspondence: T, 1990-1994
7616 General Correspondence: T, 1995-1997
7617 General Correspondence: U, 1952
7618 General Correspondence: U, 1966-1970
7619 General Correspondence: U, 1977-1989
7620 General Correspondence: U, 1990-1997
7621 General Correspondence: V, 1966
7622 General Correspondence: V, 1967
7623 General Correspondence: V, 1968
BoxFolder
771 General Correspondence: V, 1969
772 General Correspondence: V, 1970-1979
773 General Correspondence: V, 1980-1989
774 General Correspondence: V, 1990-1997
775 General Correspondence: W, 1951
776 General Correspondence: W, 1952 January-September
777 General Correspondence: W, 1952 October-December
778 General Correspondence: W, 1960-1965
779 General Correspondence: W, 1966
7710 General Correspondence: W, 1967 January-March
7711 General Correspondence: W, 1967 April-June
7712 General Correspondence: W, 1967 July-September
7713 General Correspondence: W, 1967 October-December
7714 General Correspondence: W, 1968 January-March
7715 General Correspondence: W, 1968 April-August
7716 General Correspondence: W, 1968 September-December
7717 General Correspondence: W, 1969
7718 General Correspondence: W, 1970-1979
7719 General Correspondence: W, 1980-1986
7720 General Correspondence: W, 1987-1989
7721 General Correspondence: W, 1990-1991
7722 General Correspondence: W, 1992
BoxFolder
781 General Correspondence: W, 1993
782 General Correspondence: W, 1994
783 General Correspondence: W, 1995
784 General Correspondence: W, 1996-1997
785 General Correspondence: Y, 1967
786 General Correspondence: Y, 1968
787 General Correspondence: Y, 1969-1971
788 General Correspondence: Y, 1986-1989
789 General Correspondence: Y, 1990-1997
7810 General Correspondence: Z, 1952
7811 General Correspondence: Z, 1967
7812 General Correspondence: Z, 1968-1979
7813 General Correspondence: Z, 1984-1989
7814 General Correspondence: Z, 1990-1997
7815 General Correspondence, Telegrams: A, 1965-1966
7816 General Correspondence, Telegrams: B, 1965-1966
7817 General Correspondence, Telegrams: C, 1965-1966
7818 General Correspondence, Telegrams: D-E, 1965-1966
7819 General Correspondence, Telegrams: F, 1965-1966
7820 General Correspondence, Telegrams: G, 1965-1966
7821 General Correspondence, Telegrams: H, 1965-1966
7822 General Correspondence, Telegrams: I-K, 1965-1966
7823 General Correspondence, Telegrams: L, 1965-1966
7824 General Correspondence, Telegrams: M, 1965-1966
7825 General Correspondence, Telegrams: N-O, 1965-1966
7826 General Correspondence, Telegrams: P, 1965-1966
7827 General Correspondence, Telegrams: R, 1965-1966
7828 General Correspondence, Telegrams: S, 1965-1966
7829 General Correspondence, Telegrams: T, 1965-966
7830 General Correspondence, Telegrams: U-V, 1965-1966
7831 General Correspondence, Telegrams: W-Z, 1965-1966
7832 Family Correspondence: Davies and Johnson Last Will and Testament, 1960, 1967
7833 Family Correspondence: Erskine, Carolyn, 1930-1972
Carolyn Erskine is Barry Goldwater's sister.
7834 Family Correspondence: Erskine, Carolyn, 1973-1999
Carolyn Erskine is Barry Goldwater's sister.
7835 Family Correspondence: Goldwasser, Jurick, 1968
7836 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Anna, 1973-1997
7837 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Baron, 1909-1961
Baron Goldwater is Barry Goldwater's father.
7838 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Carmel, 1967-1992
7839 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Joseph, 1888
7840 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Joseph, 1939-1960
7841 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Josephine Williams, 1904-1964
Josephine Williams Goldwater is Baron Goldwater's mother. Includes photos. See also Williams Family.
7842 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Josephine Williams, 1960-1993
BoxFolder
791 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Josephine (Article Submitted by Bert Fireman to the Readers' Digest), 1960
792 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Josephine (Student Paper), 1991
793 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Myra, 1972-1990
794 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy, 1934-1962
Peggy Goldwater is Barry Goldwater's wife.
795 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Invitations, Memorabilia, Clippings for Scrapbook), 1940s-1960s
796 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (News Clippings; 1960 Republican Convention), 1960
797 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy, 1963-1974
798 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Invitations), 1960s-1970s
799 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Passports), 1966-1983
7910 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Business, Social), 1967
7911 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Business, Social), 1968-1969
7912 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Recipes), 1970-1973
7913 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy, 1974-1979
7914 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Business, Social), 1981-1987
7915 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Peggy (Condolences, Funeral), 1985-1986
7916 Family Correspondence: Goldwater, Robert, 1941-2002
Robert Goldwater is Barry Goldwater's brother.
7917 Family Correspondence: Helwasser, Emile, 1980
7918 Family Correspondence: Johnson Family, 1978
7919 Family Correspondence: Margolis, Carolyn, 1968-1996
Carolyn Margolis is Barry Goldwater's cousin.
7920 Family Correspondence: Margolis, Evie (Mrs. Max Leopold Margolis), 1940-1960
7921 Family Correspondence: Margolis, Sylvia, 1971-1974
Sub-Series G: Family History
BoxFolder
7922 Williams Family Genealogy, 1964-1986 (1 of 2)
Includes correspondence and photos.
7923 Williams Family Genealogy, Undated (2 of 2)
Box
80 Index Cards, Undated (1 of 2)
Box
81 Index Cards, Undated (2 of 2)
BoxFolder
821 Article from "Jewish Day", 1953
822 Background, Undated
Newspaper summaries.
823 Background, Undated
Newspaper summaries.
824 Background, Undated
Copies of historical documents 1856-1903 and research notes.
825 "Barry, Harry, & Bob", 1984
826 "The Bisbee Massacre", 1952
Script for Arizona Crossroads, Arizona Broadcasting System.
827 The Bisbee Massacre, 1971-1983
828 "The Book of Genesis in the History of Arizona Masonry" by Kenneth Warren Hoskin, 1959
829 Casteñeda Family, 1885-1984
Includes photos.
8210 1860 Census of Jewish Residents, Los Angeles, California, 1968
8211 Correspondence, 1939-1950
8212 Correspondence, 1955
8213 Correspondence, 1956
8214 Correspondence, 1957
8215 Correspondence, 1958-1960
8216 Correspondence, 1964-1965
8217 Correspondence, 1966-1978
8218 Correspondence, 1979-1980
Includes news clippings and photos.
8219 Correspondence, 1981-1982
8220 Correspondence, 1983-1984
8221 Correspondence, 1985 January-September
8222 Correspondence, 1985 October-December
8223 Correspondence, 1986-1996
Includes news clipping, articles.
8224 Correspondence (Bert Fireman), 1959 January-June
8225 Correspondence (Bert Fireman), 1959 July-December
8226 Correspondence (Bert Fireman), 1960
8227 Correspondence (Bert Fireman), 1961-1967
8228 Early Drafts by BMG, Undated
BoxFolder
831 Ehrenberg, Arizona, 1954-1996
832 Ehrenberg, Herman, 1940-1959
833 Goldwater and Allied Families, 1963
Compiled by BMG.
834 Goldwater and Allied Families-Descendents of Hirsch Goldwasser, 2008
Compiled by Michael Goldwater.
835 Goldwater and Allied Families-Descendents of Michel Goldwater, 2008
Compiled by Michael Goldwater.
836 Goldwater and Allied Families-Descendents of Baron Goldwater, 2008
Compiled by Michael Goldwater.
837 Goldwater Chronology, 1941 (BMG Drafts)
838 Goldwater, Elizabeth, Undated
839 Goldwater Estate, 1986
8310 Goldwater "Firsts", Undated
8311 Goldwater Genealogy, Undated
8312 Goldwater, Henry, 1939-1982
8313 Goldwater, Michel, 1936-1996
Michael Goldwater is Barry Goldwater's grandfather.
8314 Goldwater, Morris, 1939-1990
Morris Goldwater is Barry Goldwater's uncle. See also Alpha Files, Ashurst, Henry Fountain.
8315 Goldwater, Morris: Prescott Fire Department, 1957-1960
8316 Goldwater Last Will and Testament, 1966-1982
8317 Goldwater Last Will and Testament, 1985-1987
8318 Goldwater Radio Scripts, 1934-1941
8319 Goldwater, Samuel, Undated
8320 Goldwater Stores (Copies of News Articles, Various Documents), 1915-1981
8321 Goldwater Stores (Miscellaneous), 1925-1959
8322 Goldwater Stores: "Goldwaters, Merchants Since 1862" (in Arizona Highways), 1939 May
8323 Goldwater Stores: "Goldwaters, A Century of Service", Undated
8324 Goldwater's Beauty Solon (Prescott), 1939-1941
8325 "The Goldwaters and Improved Transportation", Undated
8326 "In the Days of Big Mike Goldwater" by Hamilton Boner (in The Pony Express), 1964 April
8327 "Jewish Roots in Arizona" by Joseph Stocker, 1954
8328 "Jews in Early Phoenix 1870-1920", 1977
8329 Konin, Poland (also Jewish background), 1959-1985
8330 "The Korrick Boys and the Goldwater Boys", Undated
8331 La Paz, Arizona, 1959
8332 Notes (Benjamin Sacks and Dean Smith), 1960s-1980s
8333 Oral Histories (by Dean Smith), 1981-1984
8334 Oral History: Robert Goldwater (by Dean Smith), 1984
8335 Recipes, Undated
8336 "Reminiscences of Barry M. Goldwater", 1940
8337 Reminiscences (Interviews, Dictation, Correspondence for Dean Smith's Book), 1973-1985
8338 School Records of the Children of Michel and Sarah Goldwater, 1960
8339 Script on Goldwater Family History 1854-1952, Undated
8340 Seymour Townsite (1879-1883) Near Morristown, Arizona (J. Goldwater and Brothers Store), 1995
8341 "They Built an Empire" (in Arizona Days and Ways), 1955 January 2
8342 "Western States Jewish Historical Quarterly", 1972 July
BoxFolder
841 "The Prescott Rifles", 1960 (Bert Fireman Draft)
842 "The Best Always", Undated (Part I; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 1-2)
843 "The Best Always", Undated (Part I; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 3-4)
844 "The Best Always", Undated (Part I; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 5-7)
845 "The Best Always", Undated (Part I; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 8-10)
846 "The Best Always", Undated (Part I; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 11-12)
847 "The Best Always", Undated (Part I; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 13-14)
848 "The Best Always", Undated (Part I; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 15-16)
849 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 17-20)
8410 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 21-24)
8411 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 25-27)
8412 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 28-30)
8413 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapters 31-32)
8414 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapter 33)
8415 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapter 34)
8416 "The Best Always", Undated (Part II; Bert Fireman Draft; Chapter 35)
8417 The Goldwaters of Arizona (Dean Smith/B.M.G. Correspondence Regarding Book Project), 1983-1985
BoxFolder
851 The Goldwaters of Arizona (Dean Smith Correspondence with Publishing Houses), 1984-1986
852 The Goldwaters of Arizona (Review, Articles, Correspondence), 1986
853 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 1)
854 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 2)
855 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 3)
856 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 4)
857 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 5)
858 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 6)
859 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 7)
8510 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 8)
8511 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 9)
8512 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 10)
8513 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 11)
8514 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 12)
8515 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 13)
8516 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 14)
8517 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 15)
8518 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 16)
8519 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 17)
8520 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 18)
8521 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 19)
8522 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 20)
8523 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 21)
8524 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 22)
8525 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 23)
8526 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 24)
8527 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 25)
8528 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 26)
8529 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 27)
8530 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 28)
8531 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 29)
8532 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 30)
8533 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 31)
8534 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 32)
8536 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; Chapter 33)
8537 The Goldwaters of Arizona, Undated (Dean Smith Draft; End Notes and Revised Pages)
8538 The Goldwaters of Arizona (Preface, Acknowledgements, Correspondence), Undated
Sub-Series H: Military
BoxFolder
8539 Active Duty, 1958-1967
8540 Air Force: Airport Zoning in Maricopa County, 1960-1968
8541 Air Force: Benefits, 1974-1992
8542 Air Force: Dew Line Trip, 1959-1960
BoxFolder
861 Air Force: F 104, F 106, U2 Aircraft, 1960
862 Air Force: Flight Diary, 1943
863 Air Force: Flight in FB 11A No. 25, 1970
Includes photo.
864 Air Force: Flight Records (89th Military Airlift), 1977
865 Air Force: Manual on Instrument Flying, 1966
866 Air Force: Manual Tactical Air Operations, 1969
867 Air Force: Medical Records and Flight Certificates, 1968-1982
868 Air Force: Personnel Record, 1955-1975
869 Air Force: Record of Time and Points, 1948-1964
8610 Air Force Reserve, 1961-1978
8611 Air Force Reserve: Flight Records, 1942-1967
8612 Air Force Reserve: Retirement, 1954-1967
8613 Air Force Reserve: 9999th Squadron, 1960-1961
8614 Air Force Reserve: 9999th Squadron, 1963-1964
8615 Appointment and Induction into Army, Undated
Includes news clipping.
8616 Appointments, 1933-1951
8617 Arizona National Guard History, 1971
8618 Army Advanced Flying School Class 43-F, 1943 (Photographic Yearbook)
8619 Command Pilot Log, 1942
8620 Command Pilot Log, 1943-1944
8621 Dog Tags, Undated
8622 Members of Congress Stricken from Reserves Rolls, 1970-1971
8623 Medals and Ribbons, 1994
8624 Officers Roster and Duty Assignments, 1943, 1974
8625 Orders, 1933-1967
8626 Pilot Qualification Record, 1942-1944
8627 Retirement from the Arizona Air National Guard, 1967
8628 Travel, 1955-1960
8629 "United States News" (Special Air and Naval Reports), 1944-1945
8630 West Acres Poster, 1981
BoxFolder
871 World War II Record, 1941-1945 (Bound Copy)
872 U.S.S. Narwhal Commemorative, 1969
873 "The Flying Tigers", Undated
Sub-Series I: Oral Histories
BoxFolder
874 Berry, Doris, 1984
On BMG; interview by Dean Smith.
875 Boyden, Steve, 1992
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
876 Bradlee, Ben, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
877 Crawford, Ron, 1991
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
878 Dick, Skipper, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
879 Eisenhower, Earl and Judy, 2005
By Jack August.
8710 Elson, Roy, 1991
8711 Emerson, Terry, 1991
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8712 Goddard, Governor Sam, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8713 Goldwater, Senator Barry, 1981
By Dean Smith.
8714 Goldwater, Senator Barry, 1987
By Evelyn Cooper.
8715 Goldwater, Senator Barry, 1992
Donated by Robert Goldberg.
8716 Karp, Gene, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8717 Kitchel, Denison, 1989
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8718 Mahoney, Ambassador William, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8719 Moss, Senator Frank, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8720 Reagan, President Ronald, 1991
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8721 Romney, Governor George, 1992
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8722 Saufley, Bill, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8723 Scranton, Governor William, 1992
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8724 Silvius, Ray, 2005
Recollections of flying with Barry Goldwater.
8725 Stocker, Joe, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8726 Quinn, Bette, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8727 Quinn, General William, 1990
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8728 Wise, Isabel, 1992
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
8729 Walters, Charles, 1991
On BMG; donated by Robert Goldberg.
Sub-Series J: Photography
BoxFolder
8730 Calendar Contract (Use of Photographs), 1976
8731 Calendar, 1978
8732 Cameras (Historical Background), 1969-1973
8733 Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, 1983-1995 (Negatives)
8734 Correspondence, 1968-1974
Includes magazine articles.
8735 Correspondence, 1975
8736 Correspondence, 1976
8737 Correspondence, 1977-1979
8738 Correspondence, 1980-1982
8739 Correspondence, 1983
8740 Correspondence, 1984
8741 Correspondence, 1985-1997
Includes magazine articles.
8742 Cover of Arizona Highways First Issue, 1925 April
8743 Cover of Arizona Highways, 1946 December
8744 Dick Davies Printmaker, 1983-1986
8745 Exhibitions by Barry Goldwater (List), 1935-1950
8746 Heard Museum, 1993
Discusses donation of color transparencies; see also Boards and Memberships.
8747 Library of Congress, Undated
8748 Meisel Photochrome Corporation, 1975-1980
BoxFolder
881 "Photographs and Memories", 1994 (KAET-TV Documentary)
882 Photographer Romaine Fielding, First Filmmaker in Arizona 1912-1915, 1994
883 "Venture", 1968
884 White House News Photographers' Association Annual Awards, 1986
See page 71.
Sub-Series K: Politics
BoxFolder
885 Advocate Briefing Book (Reagan and Bush), 1980 (1 of 2)
886 Advocate Briefing Book (Reagan and Bush), 1980 (2 of 2)
887 Agnew Defense Fund, 1973 January-October
888 Agnew Defense Fund, 1973 October-November
889 Agnew Defense Fund, 1974
8810 American Cause (George Murphy), 1974-1977
8811 American Conservative Union, 1975-1979
8812 American Enterprise Institute, 1975-1980
8813 Americans for Constitutional Action, 1973-1978
8814 "Americans for Democratic Action-Contributions Received in 1958", 1958
8815 Arizona Campaign Literature and Bumper Stickers, 1980
8816 Arizona Federation of Republican Women, 1975-1979
8817 Arizona Politics, 1958-1969
8818 Arizona Politics, 1970-1972
8819 Arizona Politics, 1973-1978
8820 Arizona Politics, 1979-1982
8821 Arizona Politics, 1983
8822 Arizona Politics, 1984
8823 Arizona Politics, 1985
8824 Arizona Politics, 1986-1997
8825 Arizona Precinct Committeemen, 1972-1978
8826 (Arizona) Pima County Republican Central Committee, 1972-1974
8827 Arizona Republican Chairmanship, 1975
8828 Arizona Republican Platform, 1958
8829 Arizona Republican State Committee, 1969-1974
BoxFolder
891 Arizona Republican State Committee, 1975-1981
892 Arizona State Republican Convention (Speech), 1975 April 16
893 Arizona Republican State Convention (Speech), 1988 May 14
894 Arizona Republican State Finance Committee, 1968-1970
895 Arizona Republican State Finance Committee, 1971-1980
896 Arizona Young Republican League, 1969-1980
897 Arizonans in Politics, 1972-1976
898 Balloting on the Navajo Reservation (Thank-Yous), 1977
899 Buchanan, Wily T. Jr., 1973-1974
8910 Bush, George, 1980
8911 Campaigns (1972), 1971-1975
8912 Campaigns (Solicitations; Unanswered Letters), 1976
8913 Campaigns, 1984 February-July
8914 Campaigns, 1984 August
8915 Campaigns, 1984 September-December
8916 Candidates Guide to the Law of Political Broadcasting, 1978
8917 Chairmanship of the Republican Party, 1977
8918 Christian Conservative Church, "Persecution USA" (John R. Harrell, Candidate for U.S. Senate), 1976
8919 Civil Disobedience in "The Hatchet Encounter" (Opinion Supplement to the George Washington University Hatchet), 1968
8920 Committee to Re-Elect the President, 1971-1972
8921 Commendations (Complimentary Letters to BMG), 1984
8922 Commendations, 1986 January-May
8923 Commendations, 1986 June
8924 Common Cause, 1971-1979
8925 Comparisons between Liberals and Conservatives, 1974-1978
8926 Comparisons between Republicans and Democrats, 1984
8927 Conlan, John B., 1972-1976
8928 Conlan, John B., 1986
8929 Conlan-Steiger Campaign for U.S. Senate, 1976-1977
8930 Conservative Caucus, 1975-1978
8931 Conservatism vs. Liberalism (News Articles), 1961-1962
8932 Contributions to Various Republican Campaigns (Thank-Yous), 1975-1977
8933 D. E. "Buzz" Lukens Newsletters, 1967-1968
8934 Delegate Letters from BMG Backing Ford, 1976
BoxFolder
901 Democratic National Convention: ABC News Commentary by Goldwater, 1976
902 "Democratic Task Force Hearings", 1969
903 The Dwight D. Eisenhower National Republican Center, 1969-1978
904 "Fifty Years of Arizona-Political and Judicial Recollections" by Laurens Henderson, 1988
Includes history of Republican Party in Arizona.
905 Forrester, Jay W., 1974-1976
906 "The Ford Presidency-A Portrait of the First Two Years", 1976
907 General Correspondence, 1965-1975
Includes VIP Correspondence.
908 General Correspondence, 1976
Includes VIP Correspondence.
909 General Correspondence, 1977
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9010 General Correspondence, 1978-1979
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9011 General Correspondence, 1980
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9012 General Correspondence, 1981 January-May
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9013 General Correspondence, 1981 June-July
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9014 General Correspondence, 1981 August-September
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9015 General Correspondence, 1981 October-December
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9016 General Correspondence, 1982 January-February
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9017 General Correspondence, 1982 March-April
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9018 General Correspondence, 1982 May-July
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9019 General Correspondence, 1982 September-December
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9020 General Correspondence, 1983 January-July
Includes VIP Correspondence.
9021 General Correspondence, 1983 August-December
Includes VIP Correspondence.
BoxFolder
911 General Correspondence, 1984 February-May
Includes VIP Correspondence.
912 General Correspondence, 1984 July-December
Includes VIP Correspondence.
913 General Correspondence, 1985 January-March
Includes VIP Correspondence.
914 General Correspondence, 1985 April-May
Includes VIP Correspondence.
915 General Correspondence, 1985 June-July
Includes VIP Correspondence.
916 General Correspondence, 1985 August-December
Includes VIP Correspondence.
917 General Correspondence, 1986 January-July
Includes VIP Correspondence.
918 General Correspondence, 1986 August-December
Includes VIP Correspondence.
919 General Correspondence, 1987-1997
9110 Goldwater Political Action Committee, 1984
9111 Gravel, Mike (Pentagon Papers), 1971-1972
9112 "History of the Republican Party 1854-1956", 1956
9113 House Republican Research Committee, 1980
9114 Huff, Richard, 1980
9115 Kyle, Jon (Campaign), 1986
9116 Kennedy for Alaska (Art Kennedy for U.S. Senate), 1980
9117 Labor's Response to "Hate", 1955
9118 "Labor Union Political Expenditures 1958", 1958
9119 "Liberalism and Conservatism", 1965
Proceedings from the Public Affairs Conference Center.
9120 Liberals and Conservatives, 1971-1980
9121 Liberty Lobby, 1974-1977
9122 Maricopa County Republican Committee, 1974-1979
9123 Massachusetts College Republican Union (Jack Abramoff), 1980
9124 McCarthy, Diane (Arizona Corporation Commission), 1980
9125 Mecham for Governor Committee, 1977-1978
9126 Members of Congress and Armed Services with Graduate University Degrees, 1976
9127 Memo to the Republican National Committee Regarding a Presidential Campaign, circa 1966
9128 Mississippi Republican Party, 1967-1973
9129 Moral Majority, 1982
9130 Morgan, Allen Dale (aka Hogan Smith), 1968
9131 Nader, Ralph, 1971
9132 Nader, Ralph, 1972-1978
9133 National Federation of Republican Women, 1971-1976
9134 National Rainbow Coalition-District of Columbia Statehood, 1991
BoxFolder
921 National Republican Coalition for Choice, 1991-1996
922 National Republican Congressional Committee, 1984-1985
923 National Republican Congressional Committee: National Survey and Opinion Poll, 1980
924 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1962
925 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1968-1970
926 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1971-1974
927 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1975-1979
928 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1980-1981
929 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1982
9210 National Republican Senatorial Committee: "Telephone Survey of Voter Attitudes & Perceptions in the State of Arizona", 1982 (1 of 2)
9211 National Republican Senatorial Committee: "Telephone Survey of Voter Attitudes & Perceptions in the State of Arizona", 1982 (2 of 2)
9212 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1983
9213 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1984
9214 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1985
9215 National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1986-1987
9216 National Right to Work Committee, 1974-1979
9217 New Hampshire Election (Wyman-Durkin), 1975
9218 Nixon Presidential Campaign, 1966-1968
9219 "Nixon's First 100 Days" (in Background for Tomorrow), 1969
9220 Nominees for Federal and Statewide Office, 1966
9221 North Carolina Republican Party (Jesse Helms Campaign), 1972-1973
9222 Political Campaigns and Fundraising, 1983
See also National Republican Senatorial Committee.
9223 Political Criticism, 1984-1986
9224 Post-Convention Expenditures by Both Political Parties, 1970
9225 President Ford Committee, 1975-1976
9226 Presidential Election, 1976
9227 Presidential Elections, 1971-1976
9228 Presidential Inauguration, 1972-1973
9229 Presidential Inauguration, 1976-1977
9230 Presidential Inauguration, 1984-1985
9231 Primary Elections (Fourth District, Phoenix), 1971
9232 Primary Fact Book, 1976 (1 of 2)
9233 Primary Fact Book, 1976 (2 of 2)
9234 Reagan Administration, 1980-1984
BoxFolder
931 Reagan for President, 1979
See also Alpha Files.
932 Reagan Trip to German Cemeteries, 1985
933 Religion in Politics, 1965-1977
934 "Report on the Committee on Convention Reforms", 1967
935 "A Report of the 1962 Joint Committee on Republican Principles" (Speech by Melvin Laired), 1962
936 Republican Conference Committee, 1984-1985
937 Republican Conference Committee, Senate Assignments, 1973-1985
938 Republican Fundraising Events, News Clippings, Articles (1960 Presidential Election), 1960
939 Republican Governors Conference, 1972
9310 Republican Leadership, 1969, 1984
9311 Republican National Committee, 1964-1968
9312 Republican National Committee, 1969-1970
9313 Republican National Committee, 1971
9314 Republican National Committee, 1972
9315 Republican National Committee, 1973
9316 Republican National Committee, 1974
9317 Republican National Committee, 1975
9318 Republican National Committee, 1976
9319 Republican National Committee, 1977-1980
9320 Republican National Committee, 1981-1986
9321 Republican National Committee: "Congressional Popularity", 1974
9322 Republican National Committee: "Efforts Towards a Vietnam Solution 1969-1970", circa 1969
9323 Republican National Committee: Eisenhower Silver Jubilee, 1977-1978
9324 Republican National Committee: Major Actions and Accomplishments of the Nixon Administration, 1970
Includes President's speech.
9325 Republican National Committee: "The Republican", 1965-1969
9326 Republican National Committee: Seniors, 1971-1972
9327 Republican National Convention (Nominating Speech by Paul Fannin), 1960
9328 Republican National Convention, 1968 (1 of 2)
Donated by Mrs. Scott Libby.
9329 Republican National Convention, 1968 (2 of 2)
Donated by Mrs. Scott Libby.
9330 Republican National Convention (Speech Congratulations), 1968
9331 Republican National Convention, 1971-1972
9332 Republican National Convention, 1972 (1 of 2)
BoxFolder
941 Republican National Convention, 1972 (2 of 2)
942 Republican National Convention (Speech Congratulations), 1972
943 Republican National Convention, 1976 (1 of 3)
944 Republican National Convention, 1976 (2 of 3)
945 Republican National Convention, 1976 (3 of 3)
946 Republican National Convention, 1976
Includes speech draft.
947 Republican National Convention (Convention Patform), 1976
948 Republican National Convention, 1980
949 Republican National Convention, 1988-1992
9410 Republican National Finance Committee, 1965-1980
9411 Republican National Hispanic Assembly, 1977-1982
9412 Republican Policy Committee (Budget), 1971-1973, 1985
9413 Republican Party Lists (Staff Members, Contributors), 1964-1968
9414 Republican Party Literature, 1965
9415 Republican Party Literature, 1966
9416 Republican Party Literature, 1967
9417 Republican Party Literature, 1968
9418 Republican Party Platform Committee Statement by General Curtis Lemay and Major General Dale Smith, 1968
9419 Republican Party Master Schedule of Meetings, 1965
9420 Republican Officer Totals, 1981
9421 Republican Radio Network, Undated
9422 Republican Study Committee: Year of the Child, 1979
9423 "Republican Trunkline", 1968
Publication of the Republican Central Committee, Los Angeles County.
9424 Republicans Abroad, 1978-1980
9425 Romney, George (Background, News Articles), 1958-1965
9426 Romney, George, 1966 August-November
9427 Romney, George, 1966 December
9428 Romney, George, 1967-1968
9429 Running for Re-Election, 1977-1978
9430 Senate Republican Policy Committee, 1952-1956
BoxFolder
951 Senate Republican Policy Committee, 1957-1961
952 Senate Republican Policy Committee, 1963-1986
953 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "ABM-A Glossary", 1969 (1 of 6)
954 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Foreign Aid-Where It Went", 1969 (2 of 6)
955 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "The New Federalism-Revenue Sharing", 1969 (3 of 6)
956 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Tax Reform: Part IV", 1969 (4 of 6)
957 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Violence on Campus-Chronology of Disorder 1968-1969", 1969 (5 of 6)
958 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Draft Reform", 1969 (6 of 6)
959 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Campaign Factbook, 1970 (1 of 2)
9510 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Campaign Factbook, 1970 (2 of 2)
9511 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "The Administrative Crime Program", 1970 (1 of 7)
9512 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "The National Debt Ceiling", 1970 (2 of 7)
9513 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Our Poisoned Skies", 1970 (3 of 7)
9514 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Unscheduled Changes in the World's Governments 1961-1970", 1970 (4 of 7)
9515 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "The U.S. Economy in 1980", 1970 (5 of 7)
9516 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Vietnam Statistics", 1970 (6 of 7)
9517 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Welfare Reform", 1970 (7 of 7)
9518 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Environment (Various), 1970-1971
9519 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Democratic Big Spending" (Speech by Senator Carl Curtis), 1971
9520 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Demonstrations: Some Republican Comment", 1971 (1 of 3)
9521 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Draft Reform '71-The Allott Amendment", 1971 (2 of 3)
9522 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Reorganization Act and Committee Operations", 1971 (3 of 3)
9523 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Energy-U.S. Needs Part II, Electricity", 1972
9524 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Food Prices, 1972-1973
9525 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Documents on the Veto of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act", 1973 (1 of 4)
9526 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Farm Program", 1973 (2 of 4)
9527 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "The Fiscal Responsibility of Congress, a Democrat's View", 1973 (3 of 4)
9528 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "The United States Senate-A Glossary of Terms", 1973 (4 of 4)
9529 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Authorization and Appropriation Procedures, 1974
9530 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Bi-Partisan Boards and Commissions", 1974
9531 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Differences Between Republicans and Democrats, 1976
9532 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "The Carter Economy, A Blueprint for Disaster", 1977 (1 of 9)
9533 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "A Sense of Balance", 1977 (2 of 9)
9534 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Republican Stump Speech", 1977 (3 of 9)
9535 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "A Hell-Fire Crisis", 1977 (4 of 9)
9536 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Energy", 1977 (5 of 9)
9537 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "What Happened to the Best?", 1977 (6 of 9)
9538 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Seize the Initiative", 1977 (7 of 9)
9539 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Foreign Policy Speech", 1977 (8 of 9)
9540 Senate Republican Policy Committee: "Work, Welfare & the Carter Administrative", 1977 (9 of 9)
9541 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Marine Mammal Protection Act Authorization, 1977
9542 Senate Republican Policy Committee: SALT II Briefing Book, 1979
9543 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Abortion Funding and Hyde Amendment, 1989-1981
9544 Senate Republican Policy Committee, 1981-1983
9545 Senate Republican Policy Committee: Senate Policy Notebook, 1986
9546 Senate Republican Staff, 1980
9547 Senator John Tower's Campaign, 1971-1972
9548 Senate Republican Conference: Speech Information Kit, 1982
9549 Selection of the Vice President, 1976
BoxFolder
961 Senate Minority Leader, 1976
962 Speeches by Ronald C. Nairn, 1975
963 Steiger, Sam, 1974-1975
964 Swigert Senate Committee, 1977-1978
965 Thorness, Leo K., 1974
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, South Dakota.
966 Trunk & Tusk, 1967-1973
967 United Republican Fund, 1989
968 The United States News, 1944
969 Voting, 1984-1986
9610 "Who in '68?", 1967 (Transcript from ABC News)
9611 Young Americans for Freedom, 1966-1969
9612 Young Americans for Freedom, 1970-1972
9613 Young Americans for Freedom, 1980
9614 Young Republicans, 1970-1975, 1984
Includes speech.
9615 Young Republican Convention, 1980
9616 Youth for Goldwater, 1960
Sub-Series L: Public Appearances
BoxFolder
9617 Heard Museum Illustrated Lecture "Navajo and Hopi Country", 1940 (Postcard)
9618 Haverford College (Haverford, Pennsylvania), 1962
9619 Schedule, 1966
9620 Schedule, 1987-1988
9621 Public Appearances, 1987 January-March (1 of 3)
9622 Public Appearances, 1987 April-June (2 of 3)
9623 Public Appearances, 1987 July-December (3 of 3)
9624 Public Appearances, 1988 January-March (1 of 3)
9625 Public Appearances, 1988 April-May (2 of 3)
9626 Public Appearances, 1988 June-December (3 of 3)
9627 Public Appearances, 1989
9628 Schedule, 1989-1990
9629 Public Appearances, 1990
BoxFolder
971 Public Appearances, 1991
972 American School of International Management, 1991
Includes photos.
973 Public Appearances, 1992
974 Public Appearances, 1993 January-March (1 of 3)
975 Public Appearances, 1993 April-August (2 of 3)
976 Public Appearances, 1993 September-December (3 of 3)
977 Public Appearances, 1994 January-April (1 of 4)
978 Public Appearances, 1994 May-July (2 of 4)
979 Public Appearances, 1994 September-October (3 of 4)
9710 Public Appearances, 1994 November-December (4 of 4)
9711 Public Appearances, 1995 January-March (1 of 3)
9712 Public Appearances, 1995 April-May (2 of 3)
9713 Public Appearances, 1995 June-December (3 of 3)
9714 Public Appearances, 1996-1997
Sub-Series M: Radio
BoxFolder
9715 Amateur Radio: "How to Build an Inexpensive Law-Power Crystal-Controlled Transmitter", 1927
9716 Amateur Radio (Radio Facilities between Home and Private Aircraft), 1958
9717 Amateur Radio (Directories, Magazines), 1964-1978
9718 Amateur Radio, 1977-1982
9719 Amateur Radio, 1983 January-May
BoxFolder
981 Amateur Radio, 1983 June-August
982 Amateur Radio, 1983 September-December
983 Amateur Radio, 1984
984 Amateur Radio, 1985 January-February
985 Amateur Radio, 1985 March-May
986 Amateur Radio, 1985 June-September
987 Amateur Radio, 1985 October-December
988 Amateur Radio, 1986-1992
989 Amateur Radio, 1993-1996
9810 Amateur Radio: Barry Goldwater Scholarship Fund, 1985-1986
9811 Amateur Radio: Capital Hill (W3USS), 1969-1972
9812 American Radio Relay League ("Two Hundred Meters and Down" By Clinton B. DeSoto), 1936
9813 American Radio Relay League, 1965-1979
9814 Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation Reciprocal Amateurs Radio License, 1977-1978
9815 Amateur Radio: Licenses and Certificates, 1978-1979
9816 Amateur Radio: Logs, 1981 February-September
9817 Amateur Radio: Manuals, 1963-1966
9818 Amateur Radio: Taiwan, 1985-1986
9819 Amateur Radio: Veteran Wireless Operators Association, 1966
9820 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club: Membership Lists, 1965-1973
9821 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Christmas Cards and Lists, 1968-1973
9822 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club: Party Planning, 1968-1972
9823 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1968
9824 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club: Telephone Operators, 1968
9825 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club (Minutes, Correspondence, By-Laws), 1969 January-June
9826 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1969 July-December
BoxFolder
991 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1970 January-June
992 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1970 July-December
Includes photos.
993 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1971 January-May
994 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1971 June-December
Includes photos.
995 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1972
996 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1973
997 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club, 1974
998 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club (Logs and Certificates), 1975-1980
999 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club (Membership Certificates), Undated
9910 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club (Postcards, Operator Lists), Undated
9911 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club (Robot Slow Scan Equipment), Undated
9912 Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club: Teletypewriter Commentary, Undated
9913 Discovery Place, 1991
9914 Federal Communications Commission, 1963-1973
9915 Ham, 1964-1965
9916 Ham, 1966 January-June
9917 Ham, 1966 July-December
9918 Ham, 1967
9919 Ham, 1968
9920 Ham, 1969-1970
9921 Ham, 1984-1992
9922 Ham (News Clippings), 1998-1999
9923 MARS (Military Affiliate Radio System), 1966-1967
9924 MARS, 1968
9925 MARS, 1969 January-March
9926 MARS, 1969 April-June
9927 MARS, 1969 July-December
BoxFolder
1001 MARS, 1970 January-February
1002 MARS, 1970 March-May
1003 MARS, 1970 June-December
1004 MARS, 1971 January-July
1005 MARS, 1971 August-December
1006 MARS, 1972 January-April
1007 MARS, 1972 May-December
1008 MARS, 1973
Includes photos.
1009 MARS, 1974
Includes photos.
10010 MARS, 1975
10011 MARS, 1976
10012 MARS, 1977
10013 MARS, 1978
10014 MARS, 1979
10015 MARS, 1980
10016 MARS, 1981-1982
10017 MARS: Abbreviations for Maritime Mobile Service, 1968
10018 MARS: AFC6RI Operators, 1981
10019 MARS: Applications and Roster, 1976-1982
Includes photo.
10020 MARS: Area Code Maps, 1980
10021 MARS: Call Book, 1971
10022 MARS: Call Book and Frequency Chart, 1979
10023 MARS: Columnar Pad and Second OP, Undated
10024 MARS: FCC Forms, 1974-1975
10025 MARS: FCC Transmittal Sheets, 1964-1969
10026 MARS: Frequencies and Control Settings, 1970-1979
10027 MARS: Frequency Assignments and Uses, 1967-1976
10028 MARS: Logs, 1963-1965
10029 MARS: Logs, 1965-1966
BoxFolder
1011 MARS: Logs, 1966-1968
1012 MARS: Logs, 1967-1969
1013 MARS: Logs, 1968-1971
1014 MARS: Logs, 1971-1977
1015 MARS: Logs, 1978-1979
1016 MARS: Logs, 1980
1017 MARS: Logs, 1982-1983
1018 MARS: Logs, Undated
1019 MARS: Logs, Undated
10110 MARS: "MARS: Calling Back to the World from Vietnam" by Paul Scipione; Forward by BMG, 1991
10111 MARS: "New RTTY Handbook" by Byron H. Kretzman, 1967
10112 MARS: Monthly Activity Report, 1967-1971
10113 MARS: Monthly Activity Report, 1972-1975
10114 MARS: Monthly Activity Report, 1976-1981
10115 MARS: Newsletters and News Releases, 1969-1978
10116 MARS: Notebook (Bash-Hal-Ne-Ae Amateur Radio Club), 1982
10117 MARS: Organization, 1979-1981
10118 MARS: Personnel Action Notification, 1969-1977
10119 MARS: Phone Patches for Service Men in Okinawa, 1969
10120 MARS: Publicity (News Clippings, Articles), 1966-1974
10121 MARS: Questionnaires, Undated
BoxFolder
1021 MARS: Quarterly Activity and Frequency Reports, 1972-1975
1022 MARS: Region Six Training Supplement, 1982
1023 MARS: Radio Satellite Information, 1970
1024 MARS: Southeast Asia Tour, 1969
1025 MARS: Station, Ft. Belvoir, 1971
1026 MARS: Station, Turkey, 1970-1973
1027 MARS: Station, Ubon (Thailand), Undated
1028 MARS: Station, Vietnam, 1969
1029 MARS: Station, Wiesbaden, 1970
10210 MARS: System and Nets (AFC6BG), 1982
10211 MARS: Technical Manual Radio Set, 1964
10212 MARS: Time Records, 1975-1978
Sub-Series N: Senate Campaigns
BoxFolder
10213 Senate Campaigns: Certificates of Nomination and Election, 1958-1980
10214 1952 Senate Campaign: Literature, News Clippings, Correspondence, 1952
10215 1952 Senate Campaign: Radio and Television Transcripts, Press Releases, 1952
10216 1952 Senate Campaign: Senate Campaign Platform, 1952
10217 1952 Senate Campaign: Speeches, 1952
10218 1952 Senate Campaign: Announcement for Re-Election, 1958
10219 1952 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, Rosenzweig, Harry, 1952-1957
10220 1958 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, Rosenzweig, Harry, 1958 January-May
10221 1958 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, Rosenzweig, Harry, 1958 June-October
10222 1958 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, Rosenzweig, Harry, 1960-1961
10223 1958 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, Shadegg, Stephen, 1958
10224 1958 Senate Campaign: Literature, 1958
Includes Stalin cartoon.
10225 1958 Senate Campaign: News Clippings, Articles, 1957-1958
10226 1958 Senate Campaign: Speech (Cold War and America's Main Street), 1958
10227 1958 Senate Campaign: Television Series, "Arizona Wants To Know", 1958 (Master Script)
10228 1958 Senate Campaign: Transcripts of Statewide Simulcasts, 1958
10229 1968 Senate Campaign: Anti-Goldwater Statement, 1968
10230 1968 Senate Campaign: Appointment Calendars, 1966-1967
10231 1968 Senate Campaign: Arizona Federation of Republican Women, 1964-1968
10232 1968 Senate Campaign: Arizona Poll, 1967-1968
10233 1968 Senate Campaign: Arizona Young Republicans, 1966-1968
10234 1968 Senate Campaign: Campaign Contributors, 1968
10235 1968 Senate Campaign: Campaign Gifts, 1967-1968
10236 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: A (Congratulations), 1966-1968
10237 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: B (Congratulations), 1968
10238 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: C (Congratulations), 1968
10239 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: D (Congratulations), 1968
10240 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: E-F (Congratulations), 1968
10241 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: G (Congratulations), 1968
BoxFolder
1031 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: H (Congratulations), 1968
1032 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: I-K (Congratulations), 1968
1033 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: L (Congratulations), 1968
1034 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: M (Congratulations), 1968
1035 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: N-P (Congratulations), 1968
1036 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: R-S (Congratulations), 1968
1037 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: T-V (Congratulations), 1968
1038 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: W-Z (Congratulations), 1968
1039 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: Burch, Dean, 1967 January-June
10310 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: Burch, Dean, 1967 July-December
10311 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: Burch, Dean, 1968
10312 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: General, 1968
10313 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: Huachuca Herald, 1968
10314 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: Mellor, Clint, 1967-1968
Republican Candidate for Arizona Secretary of State.
10315 1968 Senate Campaign Correspondence: Smith, Hogan, 1968
Press Secretary.
10316 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Cochise County Chairman, 1966-1968
10317 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Coconino County Chairman, 1964-1968
10318 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Gila County Chairman, 1966-1968
10319 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Maricopa County Chairman, 1960-1968
10320 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Maricopa County District 8-E, 1966-1968
10321 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Maricopa County District Chairman Lists, 1967-1968
10322 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Mohave County Chairman, 1966-1968
10324 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Pima County Chairman, 1966-1968
10325 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Pinal County Chairman, 1968
10326 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Santa Cruz County Chairman, 1966
10327 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Yavapai County Chairman, 1966-1968
10328 1968 Senate Campaign: Counties: Yuma County Chairman, 1966-1968
10329 1968 Senate Campaign: County Chairman Form Letters, 1966-1968
10330 1968 Senate Campaign: County Notebook (Election Results, Statistics), 1968
10331 1968 Senate Campaign: Critical Precinct Analysis, Undated
10332 1968 Senate Campaign: Daily Political Synopsis, 1968 July-August
10333 1968 Senate Campaign: Daily Political Synopsis, 1968 August 13-15
10334 1968 Senate Campaign: Daily Political Synopsis, 1968 September 16
10335 1968 Senate Campaign: Del Webb Office, 1966-1967
10336 1968 Senate Campaign: 1966 Election in Arizona (Articles and Analysis), 1966
10337 1968 Senate Campaign: Election Totals, 1968
10338 1968 Senate Campaign: Finance Committee, 1966-1969
10339 1968 Senate Campaign: Form Letters, 1964-1966
10340 1968 Senate Campaign: Health Team for Goldwater, 1968
10341 1968 Senate Campaign: Legislative District and Vote Analysis, 1966
10342 1968 Senate Campaign: Lincoln Day, 1968
10343 1968 Senate Campaign: Literature, 1968
10344 1968 Senate Campaign: Memos (Dean Burch), 1968
10345 1968 Senate Campaign: Mexican-American Voters, 1968
10346 1968 Senate Campaign: Mexican-Americans, 1968
10347 1968 Senate Campaign: News Clippings, 1967-1969
10348 1968 Senate Campaign: Newspaper Advertisements, 1968
10349 1968 Senate Campaign: Nomination Papers and Letters, 1968
BoxFolder
1041 1968 Senate Campaign: Office Appointments, 1967
Includes travel schedules.
1042 1968 Senate Campaign: Office Appointments, January-April 1968
1043 1968 Senate Campaign: Outdoor Billboards, 1968
1044 1968 Senate Campaign: Pilots for Goldwater, 1968
1045 1968 Senate Campaign: Poll Form Letters, 1966
1046 1968 Senate Campaign: Positions, 1968 (Notebook)
1047 1968 Senate Campaign: Press Releases, 1968
Includes some speeches.
1048 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 January 20-31
1049 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 February 1-19
10410 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 February 20-28
10411 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 March 1-13
10412 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 March 14-31
10413 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 April 1-10
10414 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 April 11-26
10415 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 May 1-16
10416 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 May 22-30
10417 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 June 1-17
10418 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 June 19-30
10419 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 July
10420 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 August 2-18
10421 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 August 19-31
10422 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 September 1-18
10423 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 September 18-30
BoxFolder
1051 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 October 1-17
1052 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 October 18-31
1053 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 November 1-15
1054 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 November 17-28
1055 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1967 December
1056 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 January 3-19
1057 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 January 20-31
1058 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 February 1-14
1059 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 February 15-29
10510 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 March 2-10
10511 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 March 12-20
10512 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 March 21-29
10513 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 April 1-18
10514 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 April 19-30
10515 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 May 1-14
10516 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 May 15-31
10517 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 June 4-30
10518 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 July
10519 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 August
BoxFolder
1061 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 September 5-18
1062 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 September 19-29
1063 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 October 1-15
1064 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 October 17-31
1065 1968 Senate Campaign: Public Appearances, 1968 November
1066 1968 Senate Campaign: "Public Opinion in Late 1967" (Republican National Committee Survey), 1967
1067 1968 Senate Campaign: Publicity Photos, 1968
1068 1968 Senate Campaign: Republican State Committee, 1965-1967
1069 1968 Senate Campaign: Republican State Committee, 1968
10610 1968 Senate Campaign: Republican State Finance Committee (Financial Statements), 1967
10611 1968 Senate Campaign: Research and Research Reports, 1968
10612 1968 Senate Campaign: Schedule, 1968
10613 1968 Senate Campaign: Speeches: On President Johnson, Governor Romney and Foreign Policy (Bull Elephants), 1967 August 23
10614 1968 Senate Campaign: Speeches: Before the Republican National Convention, 1968 August 5
10615 1968 Senate Campaign: Speeches: A Meaningful United States Foreign Policy in the Area of the Pacific, 1968 October 4
10616 1968 Senate Campaign: Statements and Remarks, 1968
10617 1968 Senate Campaign: Teenage Republicans of Arizona, 1968
Includes photo.
10618 1968 Senate Campaign: "Trial Heat Tests Among Arizona Voters", 1965
10619 1968 Senate Campaign: Trunk and Tusk, 1967-1968
10620 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams A-B (Congratulations), 1968
10621 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams C-E (Congratulations), 1968
10622 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams F-H (Congratulations), 1968
10623 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams I-L (Congratulations), 1968
10624 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams M (Congratulations), 1968
10625 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams N-P (Congratulations), 1968
10626 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams R-S (Congratulations), 1968
10627 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams T-V (Congratulations), 1968
10628 1968 Senate Campaign: Telegrams W-Z (Congratulations), 1968
10629 1968 Senate Campaign: United Republicans of Arizona, 1967-1968
10630 1968 Senate Campaign: Various Campaign Strategies, 1968
10631 1968 Senate Campaign: Volunteers, 1966-1968
10632 1968 Senate Campaign: Voter Survey, 1967
10633 1968 Senate Campaign: Voter Survey, 1968
10634 1974 Senate Campaign: Arizona Chairmen and Precinct Committeemen, 1974
10635 1974 Senate Campaign: Campaign Analysis and Strategy, 1974
10636 1974 Senate Campaign: Contributions (Thank Yous), 1971-1973
10637 1974 Senate Campaign: Contributions (Thank Yous), 1974 January-June
BoxFolder
1071 1974 Senate Campaign: Contributions (Thank Yous), 1974 July-November
1072 1974 Senate Campaign: Contributions (Thank Yous), 1975
1073 1974 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, 1972-1973
1074 1974 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, 1974 January-June
1075 1974 Senate Campaign: Correspondence, 1974 July-December
1076 1974 Senate Campaign: Correspondence (Offers to Help with Campaign), 1974 January-October
1077 1974 Senate Campaign: Correspondence (Congratulations), 1974
1078 1974 Senate Campaign: Correspondence (F/P Research Associates, Ronald Crawford), 1974
1079 1974 Senate Campaign: Federal Elections Filing, 1974
10710 1974 Senate Campaign: Federal Elections Filing (Receipts and Expenditures), 1973-1975
10711 1974 Senate Campaign: Finance Committee, 1974-1975
10712 1974 Senate Campaign: Flight Logs, 1974
10713 1974 Senate Campaign: Literature, 1974
10714 1974 Senate Campaign: Jonathan Marshall, 1974
10715 1974 Senate Campaign: News Clippings, 1974
10716 1974 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Arizona", 1974 (Pages 1-121; 1 of 3)
10717 1974 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Arizona", 1974 (Pages 122-331; 2 of 3)
10718 1974 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Survey of Voter Attitudes in the State of Arizona", 1974 (Pages 332-590; 3 of 3)
10719 1974 Senate Campaign: Speeches, 1974
10720 1974 Senate Campaign: Voting and Legislative Record, 1974
10721 Senate Campaign: Federal Election Commission Law Manual, 1975 (1 of 3)
10722 Senate Campaign: Federal Election Commission Law Manual, 1975 (2 of 3)
10723 Senate Campaign: Federal Election Commission Law Manual, 1975 (3 of 3)
10724 Senate Campaign: Federal Election Commission, 1976
BoxFolder
1081 1980 Senate Campaign: Aviation For Goldwater Committee, 1980
1082 1980 Senate Campaign: Campaign Seminar, 1980
1083 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" A, 1980
1084 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" B, 1980
1085 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" C-D, 1980
1086 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" E-G, 1980
1087 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" H, 1980
1088 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" I-K, 1980
1089 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" L, 1980
10810 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" M, 1980
10811 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" N-P, 1980
10812 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" R-S, 1980
10813 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" T-V, 1980
10814 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: "60 Minutes" W-Y, 1980
10815 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: (Congratulations Postcards), 1980
10816 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: A (Congratulations), 1980
10817 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: B (Congratulations), 1980
10818 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: C (Congratulations), 1980
10819 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: D (Congratulations), 1980
10820 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: E-F (Congratulations), 1980
10821 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: G (Congratulations), 1980
10822 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: H (Congratulations), 1980
10823 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: J-K (Congratulations), 1980
10824 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: L (Congratulations), 1980
10825 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: M (Congratulations), 1980
10826 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: N-O (Congratulations), 1980
10827 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: P-Q (Congratulations), 1980
10828 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: R (Congratulations), 1980
10829 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: S (Congratulations), 1980
10830 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: T (Congratulations), 1980
10831 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: U-V (Congratulations), 1980
10832 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: W (Congratulations), 1980
10833 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: X-Y-Z (Congratulations), 1980
10834 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: General, 1979
10835 1980 Senate Campaign Correspondence: General, 1980
Includes colleague correspondence.
10836 1980 Senate Campaign: Issues, 1980
Includes colleague correspondence.
BoxFolder
1091 1980 Senate Campaign: Issues, Effective Legislator and Constituent Service, 1980
1092 1980 Senate Campaign: General Election Publicity Pamphlet, 1980
1093 1980 Senate Campaign: Goldwater For Senate Committee (Stephen Shadegg), 1979-1980
1094 1980 Senate Campaign: Literature, 1980
1095 1980 Senate Campaign: Memos (Goldwater For Senate Committee), 1979-1980
1096 1980 Senate Campaign: Memos (Requests for Interviews), 1980
1097 1980 Senate Campaign: News Clippings, 1980 (1 of 2)
1098 1980 Senate Campaign: News Clippings, 1980 (2 of 2)
1099 1980 Senate Campaign: Official Canvass General Election, 1980
10910 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Study of Arizona Voters", 1980 September (Pages T1-67; 1 of 3)
10911 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Study of Arizona Voters", 1980 September (Pages 1-152; 2 of 3)
10912 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Study of Arizona Voters", 1980 September (Pages 153-599; 3 of 3)
10913 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Survey of Arizona Voters", 1980 September 15-17 (1 of 3)
10914 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Survey of Arizona Voters", 1980 September 15-17 (2 of 3)
10915 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Panel Survey of Arizona Voters", 1980 September 15-17 (3 of 3)
10916 1980 Senate Campaign: Polls and Questionnaires, 1979-1980
10917 1980 Senate Campaign: Post Election Memos (Analysis, Financial/Reports), 1980-1981
10918 1980 Senate Campaign: Press Releases, 1980
10919 1980 Senate Campaign: Radio and Television (Advertisements, Interviews), 1979-1980
10920 1980 Senate Campaign: Receipts and Disbursements, 1980
10921 1980 Senate Campaign: Schedules, 1980
10922 1980 Senate Campaign: Schulz, Bill, 1980-1984
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1101 1980 Senate Campaign: Speeches, 1980
1102 1980 Senate Campaign: Speeches: Energy, 1980
1103 1980 Senate Campaign: Speeches: Russian Troops in Cuba, 1980
1104 1980 Senate Campaign: Speeches: SALT II, 1980
1105 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Statewide Survey of Arizona Voter Attitudes", 1980 May
1106 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Statewide Survey of Arizona Voter Attitudes", 1980 June
1107 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Statewide Survey of Arizona Voter Attitudes", 1980 July
1108 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Statewide Survey of Arizona Voter Attitudes", 1980 October (1 of 3)
1109 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Statewide Survey of Arizona Voter Attitudes", 1980 October (2 of 3)
11010 1980 Senate Campaign: "A Statewide Survey of Arizona Voter Attitudes", 1980 October (3 of 3)
11011 1980 Senate Campaign: Telegrams A-E (Congratulations), 1980
11012 1980 Senate Campaign: Telegrams F-J (Congratulations), 1980
11013 1980 Senate Campaign: Telegrams L-T (Congratulations), 1980
11014 1980 Senate Campaign: Telegrams W-X (Congratulations), 1980
11015 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1979
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11016 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 January-February
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11017 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 March-April
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11018 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 May-June
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11019 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 July-August
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11020 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 September
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11021 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 October
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11022 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 November
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11023 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1980 December
Includes colleague and VIP correspondence.
11024 1980 Senate Campaign: Thank Yous (Contributions), 1981
11025 1980 Senate Campaign: Voter Registration and Analysis, 1978-1980
11026 1980 Senate Campaign: Voting Record, 1977-1980
11027 1980 Senate Campaign: Workers, 1980
Sub-Series O: Travel
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1111 Taipei, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Saigon, 1966
1112 Taipei, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Saigon, 1967 January
1113 Taipei, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Saigon, 1967 February
Sub-Series P: Writings
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1114 Editorials and Radio Talks, 1938-1949
1115 River Trip 1940: Correspondence, 1940
1116 River Trip 1940: Correspondence, 1941-1942
1117 River Trip 1940: "Lecture", circa 1941
1118 River Trip 1940: News Articles, 1941-1942
1119 River Trip 1940: "An Odyssey of the Green and Colorado" (in Arizona Highways), 1941 January
1119A River Trip 1940: "An Odyssey of the Green and Colorado Rivers-The Intimate Journal of Three Boats and Nine People on a Trip Down Two Rivers", 1941 March (Self-Published; Brochure Format)
11110 "Bisbee Massacre" (in Desert Magazine), 1941 August, 1984
11111 "Navajo Nation" (in Skyways), 1948 April
11112 Letters to the Editor (Eisenhower, Yalta), 1955
11113 "Natural Bridge Discovery in the Grand Canyon" (in Arizona Highways; includes companion piece for Life Magazine), 1955
11114 River Trip, 1955-1957
Background for Delightful Journey.
11115 "Future of the Republican Party" (in New Republican), 1958 December
11116 Conscience of a Conservative : Victor Publishing Company, 1956-1959
Includes news clippings.
11117 Conscience of a Conservative : Victor Publishing Company (Memos, Correspondence), 1960
11118 Conscience of a Conservative : Victor Publishing Company, 1961-1964
11119 Conscience of a Conservative : Victor Publishing Company, 1968-1972
11119A Conscience of a Conservative : Princeton University Press., 2009
Edited by C. C. Goldwater with a new foreword by George F. Will and a new afterward by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
11120 Letters to the Editor (Various), 1959-1990
11121 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1960 January-June (#1-67)
11122 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1960 July-December (#68-143)
11123 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1961 January-May (#144-201)
11124 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1961 (#267-309)
11125 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1962 (#310-354)
11126 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1962 April-June
11127 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1962 July-August
11128 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1962 September-December
11129 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1963 January-February
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1121 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1963 March-May
1122 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1963 June-July
1123 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1963 August-December
1124 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times, 1964 January-February
1125 "How Do You Stand Sir?" Columns for The Los Angeles Times (Selected Columns on Vietnam), Undated
1126 Why Not Victory (McGraw Hill), 1961-1965
1127 "Education, A Proposal to the Republican Party" (in Human Events), 1961
1128 "A Foreign Policy for America" (National Review Pamphlet), 1961
1129 "The Forgotten American - A Statement of Proposed Republican Principles, Programs, and Objectives" (in Human Events), 1961
11210 "What To Do About Red China" (This Week Magazine), 1971 September 17
11211 "Danger on the Left" (in Saturday Evening Post), 1962 January 20
11212 "Stop the Slaughter in the Air" (Argosy), 1962 June
11213 "The GOP Invades the South" (Saturday Evening Post), 1963
11214 "Let's Try Freedom" McGraw Hill Contract, 1963
Not published.
11215 "Looking Back – 2013" (Arizona in 2013), 1963
11216 Face of Arizona, 1964-1970
11217 Where I Stand (McGraw Hill), 1964-1965
Includes review.
11218 Barry Goldwater, Portrait of an Arizonan, 1964
11219 "I Seek an America", 1964 (Booklet)
11220 "A Journey Down the Green and Colorado Rivers", 1964
11221 Delightful Journey, 1965-1970
11222 Delightful Journey (Background List of Hiller Photograph Albums of Powell Survey), 1968
11223 Delightful Journey (Bert Fireman and Dock Marston Correspondence), 1968-1969
11224 Delightful Journey (Photo Captions, Notes, List, Notebook), 1969
11225 Delightful Journey, 1971
11226 Delightful Journey, 1972
11227 "Goldwater Column" Richardson (Texas) Digest, 1965-1966
11228 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times (Correspondence), 1965-1967
11229 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1965 (#1-30)
11230 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1965-1966 (#31-60)
11231 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1966 (#61-99)
11232 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1966 (#100-155)
Includes additional columns.
11233 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1966 (#156-186)
Includes additional columns.
11234 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1967 January-June
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1131 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1967 July
1132 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1967 August
1133 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1967 September
1134 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1967 October
1135 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1967 November
1136 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1967 December
1137 "A Dream Come True: With His Sons and Daughters, A Famous American Rediscovers the Turbulent Colorado River" (in McCalls), 1966 March
1138 People and Places (Correspondence with Random House), 1966-1972
1139 People and Places, 1967 (Manuscript)
11310 People and Places, 1967 (Drafts and Corrections)
11311 People and Places, 1967 (Book Proposal)
Includes VIP Correspondence.
11312 Various Articles, 1967-1972
11313 Book Reviews for Formal Education and Cultural Change; also Bullying the Moqui, 1968
11314 "Diary of a First Flight in Aviation History" (in the Journal of the American Aviation Historical Society), 1968
11315 Introduction to Yuma Chronology, 1968
11316 "Monument Valley, Arizona: Barry Goldwater's Very Special Place" (in Venture: The Traveler's World), 1968 June
11317 "The West That Was" (in Journal of the West), 1968
11318 "Christian Social Ethics and Political Practice", 1968-1969
11319 Article on Conservatism (for Unicorn Press, Inc.), 1969-1970
11320 Conscience of a Majority (Background, Drafts), 1969-1970
11321 Conscience of a Majority (Correspondence with Vandeburg, Linkletter Associates), 1969-1976
11322 Conscience of a Majority, 1970 (Part I)
11323 Conscience of a Majority, 1970 (Part II)
11324 Conscience of a Majority, 1970 (Part III)
11325 Conscience of a Majority, 1970 (Part IV)
11326 Conscience of a Majority (Research on Labor), 1967-1970
11327 Conscience of a Majority (Research on Isolationism), 1969-1970
11328 Conscience of a Majority (Research on Liberal Failures), 1969-1970
11329 Conscience of a Majority (Research on the Media), 1969-1970
11330 Conscience of a Majority (Research, Miscellaneous), 1969-1970
11331 Conscience of a Majority (Research on Youth), 1969-1970
11332 Conscience of a Majority (Research on Civil Rights), 1970
11333 Conscience of a Majority (Correspondence), 1970-1971
Includes photos.
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1141 Conscience of a Majority (Reviews), 1970-1971
1142 Conscience of a Majority (Translated into Spanish by Gonzalo Galvan), 1973
1143 Kachinas (Harper & Row Publishers), 1970
1144 "Out West, We Trust One Another" (in Life Magazine), 1970 October 9
1145 "A New Challenge to Defense Industry" (in NAM Reports), 1970 December 21
1146 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1969 (1-36)
1147 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1970 January-February (#37-46)
1148 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1970 March-May (#47-60)
1149 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1970 June-August (#61-72)
11410 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1970 September-December (#73-88)
11411 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1971 (#89-141)
11412 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1972 (#1A-160)
11413 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1973 (#21A-114A)
11414 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1974 (#79A-132)
11415 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1975 (#133-182)
11416 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times, 1976 (#183-204)
11417 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times (Correspondence), 1968
11418 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times (Correspondence), 1969
11419 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times (Correspondence), 1970
11420 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times (Correspondence), 1971-1973
11421 "Goldwater Column" The Los Angeles Times (Correspondence, 1974-1976
11422 Lindburgh, Charles (Various Goldwater Book Reviews, Commentary), 1970-1977
11423 Article for The Christian Science Monitor (Regarding the Pentagon Papers), 1971
11424 Article for True Magazine, 1971
11425 Article for Gene Pulliam's New Series, 1971
11426 "The President's Ability to Protect America's Freedoms – the War Making Power" (in Law and the Social Order), 1971
11427 "Soviet Foreign Policy in the Decade of the Seventies" (in Orbis), 1971
11428 "A Right to Know" (in The Christian Science Monitor), 1971 June 24
11429 "Goldwater, A Booby Prize" (in The New York Times), 1971 June 25
11430 "Let's Go Boating with ...", 1971-1972
11431 MacMillan Publishing Company, 1971-1972 (Book Proposal)
11432 Interview for The Guardsman, 1972
11433 "A Case for Human Progress" (for Parade Magazine), 1972
11434 "Three Generations of Pants and Politics in Arizona" (in the Journal of Arizona History), 1972
11435 "Mr. Nixon's Courage" (in The New York Times), 1972 January 10
11436 "Political Philosophy and Supreme Court Justices" (in the American Bar Association Journal), 1972 February
11437 "An Open Letter from Senator Barry Goldwater", 1972 March
11438 "I Hate Primaries" (in Newsday), 1972 April
11439 Playboy Article, 1972-1973
11440 Vandeburg, Linkletter Associates (Manuscript Review, New Book Proposal), 1972-1987
11441 Article for The Boston Globe, 1973
11442 Article on the SST for Environmental Quality Magazine, 1973
11443 Column for the Arizona State Republican Committee Newsletter, 1973
11444 "Needed, the Factor of Human Dignity and Individual Pride" (in Seapower), 1973
11445 "Only President Not Congress Can Negotiate End to War", 1973
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1151 Statement for Arizona Living, 1973
1152 "Vietnam White Paper – Introduction", 1973
Unpublished but quoted in the press.
1153 "Tax Credit for Public Schools" (article for the Arizona Association of Realtors), 1973
1154 "Mr. Nixon's Feelings" (in The New York Times Op-Ed page), 1973 January 9
1155 Article for Indiana Republican State Central Committee, 1973 April 6
1156 "The President's Constitutional Primacy in Foreign Relations and National Defense" (in Virginia Journal of International Law), 1973 Summer
1157 "Our Stake in the Pacific Perimeter" (for Newsweek Magazine), 1973 August
1158 Articles on Watergate (The New York Times), 1973 September 11-12
1159 Article for The New York Times, 1974
11510 Op-Ed Article for The New York Times (requested by Harrison Salisbury), 1974
11511 Guest Editorial for the Republican National Committee "First Monday", 1974
11512 Foreword to Manuel Machado's Book (a History of the Mexican-American), 1974
11513 "The Navajo Way" (in T.V. Guide), 1974
11514 "Freedom and Secrecy" (in I.E.E.E. Spectrum), 1974 April
11515 "Business Faces the Fight of Its Life" (in Nation's Business), 1974 May
11516 "Who Will Program the Programmers?" (in the American Bar Association Journal), 1974 August
11517 "The Enemy is Inflation" (in New Guard), 1974 September
11518 "Party Will Remain Unified, Recoup Losses" (in "First Monday"), 1974 December
11519 Foreword to Dale Walker's "Bucky O'Neill" Book, 1974-1975
11520 Northland Press, 1974-1977
11521 The Coming Break Point, 1974-1977
11522 The Coming Break Point, 1978 (1 of 3)
11523 The Coming Break Point, 1978 (2 of 3)
11524 The Coming Break Point, 1978 (3 of 3)
11525 Article for the Strategic Review, 1975
11526 Letter to the Editor, American Bar Association Journal (China's legal system), 1975
11527 "Why Gun Control Laws Don't Work" (in Reader's Digest, 1975
11528 Art History (brief statement in Art Education), 1975 October
11529 "Can a Free Press Survive Its Postal Nightmare?" (in Journal of Legislation), 1976
11530 Op-Ed Article, New York Times, 1976
11531 Simon & Schuster Inc., 1976
11532 "Our Stores, Pensions Better'n Theirs" (in The Officer), 1976 April
11533 Political Memoirs of Barry Goldwater (Lawsuit with Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich), 1976-1979
11534 Political Memoirs of Barry Goldwater (Lawsuit with Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, 1980-1982
11535 Script for David Muench Book, 1977-1978
11536 Grand Canyon Article for Arizona Highways, 1978
11537 "China and the Abrogation of Treaties", 1978
11538 "Why Americans Should Write to Their Congressman", 1978
11539 "Balancing the Other Side-Think Tanks on the Right" (in Chance: The Magazine of Learning), 1978 October
11540 "With No Apologies" (Correspondence), 1977
11541 "With No Apologies" (Correspondence), 1978
11542 "With No Apologies" (Agreement with William Morrow), 1979 January-March
11543 "With No Apologies" (Correspondence), 1979 January-October
11544 "With No Apologies" (Correspondence), 1979 November-December
11545 "With No Apologies" (Correspondence, Reviews), 1980
11546 "With No Apologies" (Dictation and Notes), 1976-1977
11547 "With No Apologies" (Dictation and Notes), 1978-1979
11548 "With No Apologies" (Dictation and Notes), Undated
11549 "With No Apologies" (Chapter Drafts and Changes), Undated
11550 "With No Apologies", Undated (Chapters 1-8)
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1161 "With No Apologies", Undated (Chapters 9-18)
1162 "With No Apologies", Undated (Chapters 19-26)
1163 "With No Apologies", Undated (Chapters 27-36)
1164 Article for Arizona Realtors Digest, 1979
1165 "China and the Abrogation of Treaties" (in Critical Issues: The Heritage Foundation), 1979
1166 "Government Regulation: Oppressor of the Free Enterprise" (in Arizona Realtor Digest), 1979
1167 "Senator to Business: Complacency is Enemy" (in Commitment), 1979
1168 "Wither the American Cowboy" (in Look Magazine), 1979 April 12
1169 Article for TV Guide, 1979 May 16
11610 Book Review for A Few Great Captains, 1980
11611 Foreword to Book on Reg Manning, 1980
11612 Article for CACTIE (American Institute of Industrial Engineers), 1980 August 14
11613 Article for the New Guard Magazine, 1980 August 26
11614 Foreword to William E. Miller Book, 1983-1996
11615 "Congress and Intelligence Oversight" (in Washington Quarterly), 1983 August 17
11616 "Testifying O Lord as to the Rainbow Bridge" for Arizona Highways, 1984 February
Reprint from 1940.
11617 "A Nation Led Astray (Presidential Campaigning)" (Arizona Republic), 1984 February 19
11618 "Congress Must Stop Letting The Tail Wag The Dog" (Arizona Republic), 1985 January 6
11619 Article for the Dixie Gun Works, Inc., 1985
11620 "How to Save Your Agenda and Yourself" (Tips for Hostile Hearings in Management), 1986
11621 Goldwater, 1987-1989
Includes photos.
11622 Goldwater (Book Reviews), 1988
11623 "Long Vistas and Stone Arches" (Explorers Journal), 1988
11624 Foreword to "On Silver Wings", 1991
11625 Foreword to "Any Time, Any Place, Any River, The Nevills of Mexican Hat" by Nancy Nelson, 1991
11626 "President's Annual Report – 1950" (Phoenix Country Club Reprint), 1993
11627 Foreword for Frederick Chien's Book, 1993
11628 Simon and Schuster Book Proposal The Portable Goldwater, 1994
11629 "Barry Goldwater" (in Boatman's Quarterly Review), 1994 Fall
11630 Foreword for Swede Johnson's Book, 1996
11631 Foreword to Murdock Farms, 1996
11632 Foreword to The Shamrock Way, 1996
11633 "Ambush in Mint Valley" for Echoes of the Past, Undated
11634 Article for NATO's 15 Nations, Undated
11635 Article on Cease Fire for Associated Press, Undated
11636 Article for Today's Business, Undated
11637 Article for Tombstone Epitaph, Undated
11638 Article on the Air Transport Command in WWII, Undated
11639 Article for Parade Magazine, Undated
11640 "A Concept for the Future Organization of the United States Armed Forces" by Col. Barry M. Goldwater (for the War College), Undated
11641 "A New Partner and a New Store", Undated
11642 Foreword to The Case Against Welfare, Undated
11643 Foreword to The History of Mining in Yavapai County, Undated
11644 Foreword for Rebirth of a Nation, Undated
11645 "Inscription House", Undated
11646 "The Politics of Morality", Undated
11647 Quote for Town and Country, Undated
11648 "Should the President's War Powers Be Limited? No" (for the American Legion Magazine), Undated
11649 "Some of My Best Friends are Easterners" (for Life Magazine), Undated
11650 "Trading Posts in Arizona", Undated
11651 "The U.S. Air Force, Ready, Willing and Able" (for The Saturday Evening Post), Undated
11652 "What's Become of the 'Arsenal of Democracy' Idea?" (for Human Events), Undated
11653 "My Favorite Spot In Arizona (Thunder River)" (for Arizona Wildlife Sportsman), 1970
Series II: 1964 Presidential Campaign
Scope and Content Note
The material in this series derives from multiple sources in addition to the documents donated by Senator Goldwater. These include Goldwater campaign workers, office staff, family members, friends, fans, and associates. The following individuals made significant contributions, especially relating to state campaigns, speeches, news clippings, photo albums, and memorabilia: Joseph H. Bastien, Thomas Dunlavy, Bert Fireman, Donald and Michael Goldwater, Eleanor Higgins, Theodore Humes, William Middendorf, Adah Morgan, Sharon Spellman, William Quinn, Robert Stahl, Peter M. Bodnar, and Lester W. Ruffner. Goldwater correspondence with a number of these individuals extended beyond this campaign and can be found in Series I: Personal-Correspondence.
There are significant gaps within this series. In 1967, Stephen Shadegg, a long time Republican Party worker, Goldwater Senate Campaign Manager, and Regional Campaign Director for Western States, sold various campaign materials to the University of Texas. See the guide to the Stephen Shadegg/Barry Goldwater Collection at University of Texas, Austin at http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utcah/00096/cah-00096.html for further information. Senator Goldwater's post-election correspondence was voluminous but little remains in print. Most of that correspondence is captured on microfilm. See Series V: Media Files-Microfilm. The microfilm has been converted to searchable compact discs that are available in the reading room.
Speech writers for the Goldwater-Miller Campaign were Tony Smith and Karl Hess. See Series I: Personal-Correspondence for Karl Hess. Few Smith files can be found in this collection. Very few speech drafts remain. Some background for speech material was borrowed from previous Goldwater Senate campaigns and can also be found in Series I: Personal-Campaigns. Many speeches are embedded within newsletters and news releases found in the Goldwater for President Committee and the Republican National Committee. The three bound volumes of speeches, while incomplete, represent speech highlights. These were a gift from Denison Kitchel, 1964 Presidential Campaign Manager. Few Kitchel files can be found in this series. See Series I: Personal–Alpha Files for other personal correspondence.
Included in this series are rare, unpublished Commerce Committee Prints Vol. 1, 3, and 5. Because the Senate Commerce Committee has jurisdiction over communications, it was proposed that media coverage on the 1964 Presidential Campaign for the first time be aggregated and printed as a federal document. Funding to complete the project failed. What remains are galley proofs. This is likely the most comprehensive record of speeches, radio and television appearances, floor remarks and news items from the 1964 Presidential Campaign. There were no presidential debates between Barry M. Goldwater and Lyndon B. Johnson. The nearly 5,000 pages cover the speeches, public appearances, and major radio and television broadcasts of the Johnson-Humphrey and Goldwater-Miller campaigns. The galley proofs are indexed and organized chronologically. Some pages are fragile.
Small bound photo albums, loose news clippings, and magazines relating to the 1964 campaign are included in this series for quick reference. Oversized items, artifacts and memorabilia, and loose photos relating to the 1964 Presidential Campaign can be found in Series V: Media Files. There are numerous film, political advertisements, VHS tapes, and audio cassettes of speeches ranging from poor to excellent condition. These can also be found in Series V: Media Files. Access to VHS tapes is available in the reading room. Some film has been converted to digital versatile discs.
This series is divided into 13 sub-series alphabetically and chronologically within: Committee Prints, General, Goldwater for President Committee, Literature, Magazines, Memorabilia, News Clippings, Peggy Goldwater Correspondence, Photo Albums, Republican National Committee, Republican National Convention, Speeches, and States. "States" is significant for comprehensive material gathered by the campaign team on every state and territory resulting in notebooks as well as "in house" files used for field reports, analysis, and tactical support.
Related Materials
See also the Dean Burch Papers (Arizona Historical Foundation FM MSS 142) for extensive documentation of the 1964 Presidential Campaign. Senator Goldwater selected Burch as the Chairman of the Republican National Committee in 1964, and this collection contains extensive RNC executive, planning, publicity, and candidates' schedule and travel files. It also includes Senator Goldwater's post election 1964 and 1965 correspondence.
Denison Kitchel's papers relating to the Free Society Association can be found at the Hoover Institute, Stanford University.
For information regarding Volumes 2 and 4 of the Commerce Committee Prints, which document Vice-Presidential candidates Hubert H. Humphrey and William E. Miller, contact University of Washington Special Collections (speccoll@u.washington.edu) regarding the Warren G. Magnuson Collection, accession # 3181-4, boxes 224-226.
The Hubert H. Humphrey papers are housed at the Minnesota Historical Society (http://www.mnhs.org).
The papers of William E. Miller are located at Cornell University. A guide is available at http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/ead/htmldocs/RMM02391.html.
The LBJ Presidential Library (http://www.lbjlib.utexas.edu/) houses Lyndon Johnson's papers, oral histories and other documents related to the 1964 campaign.
Sub-Series A: Committee Prints
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1171 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson Vol. 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1-100; 1 of 7)
1172 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson Vol. 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 101-200; 2 of 7)
1173 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson Vol. 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 201-300; 3 of 7)
1174 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson Vol. 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 301-400; 4 of 7)
1175 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson Vol. 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 401-500; 5 of 7)
1176 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson Vol. 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 501-600; 6 of 7)
1177 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of President Lyndon B. Johnson Vol. 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 601-703; 7 of 7)
1178 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Galley; Pages 1-100; 1 of 8)
1179 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Galley; Pages 101-200; 2 of 8)
11710 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Galley; Pages 201-300; 3 of 8)
11711 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Galley; Pages 301-400; 4 of 8)
11712 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Galley; Pages 401-500; 5 of 8)
11713 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Galley; Pages 501-600; 6 of 8)
11714 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Gallery; Pages 601-700; 7 of 8)
11715 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences, and Other Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Gallery; Pages 701-747; 8 of 8)
11716 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Table of Contents, Indexes and Pages 1-100; 1 of 10)
11717 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 101-200; 2 of 10)
11718 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 201-300; 3 of 10)
11719 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 301-400; 4 of 10)
11720 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 401-500; 5 of 10)
11721 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 501-600; 6 of 10)
11722 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 601-700; 7 of 10)
11723 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 701-800; 8 of 10)
11724 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 801-900; 9 of 10)
11725 "Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Related Papers of Barry M. Goldwater Vol. 3", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 901-998; 10 of 10)
11726 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1-100 and Table of Contents; 1 of 13)
11727 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 101-200 and Table of Contents; 2 of 13)
11728 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 201-300 and Table of Contents; 3 of 13)
11729 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 301-400 and Table of Contents; 4 of 13)
11730 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 401-500 and Table of Contents; 5 of 13)
11731 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 501-600 and Table of Contents; 6 of 13)
11732 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 601-700 and Table of Contents; 7 of 13)
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1181 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 701-800 and Table of Contents; 8 of 13)
1182 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 801-900 and Table of Contents; 9 of 13)
1183 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 901-1000; 10 of 13)
1184 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1001-1100; 11 of 13)
1185 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1101-1200; 12 of 13)
1186 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 1", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1201-1307; 13 of 13)
1187 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Table of Contents and Pages 1-100; 1 of 13)
1188 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 101-200; 2 of 13)
1189 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 201-300; 3 of 13)
11810 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 301-400; 4 of 13)
11811 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 401-500; 5 of 13)
11812 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 501-700; 6 of 13)
11813 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 601-701; 7 of 13)
11814 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 701-800; 8 of 13)
11815 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 801-900; 9 of 13)
11816 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 901-1000; 10 of 13)
11817 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1001-1100; 11 of 13)
11818 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1101-1200; 12 of 13)
11819 "Major News Broadcasts of the Radio and Television Networks Vol. 5, Part 2", 1965 (Committee Print Proofs; Pages 1200-1314; 13 of 13)
11820 Unpublished Committee Print: National Archives and Records Administration, 2005
Sub-Series B: General
BoxFolder
11821 Advance Men Manual, 1964
11822 Advance Men for Meeting of Republican Governors and Gubernatorial Candidates, 1964
11823 "The Americanism of Barry Goldwater" by Frank R. Donovan, 1963
11824 Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) Notebook, 1964
11825 Americans for Goldwater, 1964
11826 Ballot Security, 1964
11827 Base Survey, 1964
BoxFolder
1191 Becker, Judy (Correspondence), 1964
Judy Becker was 11 years old in 1964.
1192 Begay, Hosteen (Letter to Editor), 1964
1193 Bibliography, 1964
1194 Citizens for Goldwater-Miller (Staff Directory), 1963
1195 Citizens for Goldwater-Miller (Memos from Tom Van Sickle), 1964
1196 Citizens for Goldwater-Miller (News Release), 1964
1197 Citizens for Goldwater-Miller (State Chairmen List), 1964
1198 Draft Goldwater (Chicago meeting), 1962-1963
1199 Draft Goldwater (Paul Fannin Correspondence, Memos), 1963
11910 Draft Goldwater (Progress Reports), 1963
11911 Elections and Primaries, 1962
11912 Election Statistics, 1964-1965
11913 Finance Committee (Memos, Correspondence), 1960-1962
11914 Finance Committee (Memos, Correspondence), 1963-1964
11915 Finance Committee: California Supporters, 1964-1965
11916 Finance Committee: Contributors, 1964 (Printouts)
11917 Finance Committee: Contributors A-D, 1963-1964
11918 Finance Committee: Contributors F-J, 1963-1964
11919 Finance Committee: Contributors K-M, 1963-1964
11920 Finance Committee: Contributors N-S, 1963-1964
11921 Finance Committee: Contributors T-Z, 1963-1964
11922 Finance Committee: Dinner with Barry (Fundraiser, Lists), 1963
11923 Finance Committee: Form Letters, 1964
11924 Finance Committee: Herberger File, 1958-1962
11925 Finance Committee: Ledger, 1964
11926 Finance Committee: Pilots for Goldwater, 1964
11927 Finance Committee: Rosenzweig File from Previous Campaigns, 1952-1960
11928 Finance Committee: Territorial Proclamation Mailing, 1958-1963
11929 "The Goldwater Nomination, The Reminiscences of F. Clinton White", 1965 (1 of 2)
11930 "The Goldwater Nomination, The Reminiscences of F. Clinton White", 1965 (2 of 2)
11931 Goldwater Position Papers, 1964
Includes Civil Rights.
11932 Hubert Horatio Humphrey (HHH) Notebook, 1964
11933 Kober, Leslie R., 1964
Kober was Goldwater's physician.
11934 Kuchel, Thomas (Memos, anti-Goldwater Statements, Responses), 1964
11935 Legislative Record of Barry Goldwater, 1952-1964 (1 of 2)
11936 Legislative Record of Barry Goldwater, 1952-1964 (2 of 2)
BoxFolder
1201 List of Ham Radio Operators Who Helped in Campaign, 1964
1202 Memorandum, Strategy Analysis of Campaign Survey, 1964
1203 The Non-Voter Notebook (Survey and Analysis), 1964
1204 Notes Regarding Reactions to Goldwater, circa 1964
1205 Presidential Politics, 1963
1206 Publicity Photographs (Goldwater-Miller), 1964-1965
1207 Recollections of the Campaign, 1971-1980
1208 Republican Fact Book, 1964
1209 Right-Wing Organizations (Prepared by AFL-CIO), 1962
12010 Rosenzweig, Harry (Correspondence), 1964-1965
12011 Ruffner, Lester W. (Budge), 1964
12012 Schedule, 1964 (1 of 2)
12013 Schedule, 1964 (2 of 2)
12014 Schedule (Corrected), 1964 October
12015 Schedule ("day by day"), 1964
12016 Schedule (Notes, Drafts, Compilations), 1964
12017 Seconding Speech to the Nomination of Barry Goldwater (by Senator John G. Tower), 1964 July 15
12018 Senate Republican Memos, 1964
12019 "Speaker's Handbook", Undated
12020 Stars for Barry (Hollywood Supporters), 1964
12021 "Under One Roof: Barry Goldwater's Campaign Staff" by Karl. A. Lamb, Undated
12022 Voting Trends in the South, 1962
12023 "We Hosted a Presidential Candidate at Camelback Inn!", 1964 November 3
12024 Young Republican League (Arizona), 1963-1964
Sub-Series C: Goldwater for President Committee
BoxFolder
12025 Background, 1960-1963
12026 Background (White Paper, News Clippings, Analysis), 1963
12027 Confidential Memo, 1962
12028 Correspondence, 1963
BoxFolder
1211 Fact Book (Wisconsin), 1964
1212 "Freedom Special" Weekly Reports, 1964 March-October
1213 Hess Files, 1963-1964
1214 Information Kit, 1964
1215 Memos, Reports, Correspondence, 1964 January-August
1216 Memos, Reports, Correspondence, 1964 September-October
1217 News Releases, 1964 January-February
1218 News Releases, 1964 March
1219 News Releases, 1964 April
12110 News Releases, 1964 May
12111 News Releases, 1964 June-July
12112 News Releases, Platforms, and Issues, Undated
12113 Republican State Chairmen's Handbook, 1964
12114 Repudiation Notebook, 1964
12115 Requests for Committee Slates of State Candidates, 1964
12116 Schedule for Goldwater, 1964 September
12117 Schedule for Goldwater, 1964 October
12118 Schedules (Miller, Nixon, Scranton, Ike Schedules), 1964 September
12119 Schedules and Contact Lists, 1964 September-November
12120 Goldwater State Chairman and Co-Chairman, 1964
12121 Thompson Files, 1964 (1 of 3)
BoxFolder
1221 Thompson Files, 1964 (2 of 3)
1222 Thompson Files (Southern States), 1964 (3 of 3)
1223 Tour Committee Report, 1964
Sub-Series D: Literature
BoxFolder
1224 Americans for Goldwater, 1964
1225 Anti-Lyndon Johnson/Hubert Humphrey, 1964
1226 "Assassins in Radio–TV", 1964
1227 "Barry Goldwater Speaks Out on the Issues", 1964
1228 "Barry Speaks to You", 1964
1229 "The Big Lie!" by Philip M. Crane, 1964
12210 Businessmen for Goldwater, 1964
12211 Catholics for Goldwater, 1974
12212 "A Choice Not An Echo" by Phyllis Schlafly, 1964
12213 Congressional Quarterly Special Report, 1964
12214 "Conversation at Gettysburg", 1964
12215 "The Debate That Never Was", 1964
12216 Democratic National Committee Brochure, 1964
12217 Economy Voting Record, 1963-1964
12218 "Fact, 1,189 Psychiatrists Say Goldwater is Psychologically Unfit...", 1964 September-October
Autographed.
12219 "Fighting Aces for Goldwater", 1964
12220 Freedom Union Magazine, 1964
12221 "Funny Thing Happened", 1964
12222 "Goldwater – His Triumphs and Tragedies", 1964
12223 "Goldwater Greeters", 1964
12224 "The Goldwater Family Circle", 1964
12225 "Goldwater's Economics", 1964
12226 "The Great Society Comic Book", 1964
12227 Headquarter Packets and Reference Material, 1964
12228 "I Seek An America", 1964
12229 "Illinois Goldwater for President Committee" (Precinct Manual), 1964
12230 Information Kit, 1964
12231 "John Birch Society Report" (Arizona Republic), 1964
12232 "The Kablegram" (Staunton Military Academy), 1964
12233 Labor, 1964
12234 "Lives, Votes, and Stands of the Republican Candidates" Congressional Quarterly Special Report, 1964
12235 "The Manion Forum", 1964 June 14
12236 "The Mindszenty Report", 1964
12237 "Mr. President, The Office, the Man" (Lyndon Baines Johnson), 1964
12238 "Must Barry Goldwater Be Destroyed?" by Frank Cullen Brophy, 1964
12239 Newsletters (Various Republican National Committee Publications), 1964
12240 "100 Million Lives in One Hour" (Union Women United for Johnson and Humphrey), 1964
12241 Pamphlets and Brochures, 1964 (1 of 3)
12242 Pamphlets and Brochures, 1964 (2 of 3)
12243 Pamphlets and Brochures, 1964 (3 of 3)
12244 "Party Unity" (Congressional Quarterly), 1963
12245 Political Advertisements, 1964
12246 "Prime Mover Control", 1963
12247 "Public Opinion Index for Industry" (Lyndon Johnson Analysis), 1964
12248 "Report on Registration and Voting Participation", 1963
12249 Republican Fact Book Election Campaign, 1964
12250 Republican National Committee Material, 1964
12251 Republican National Convention Booklet, 1964
BoxFolder
1231 Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter, 1964
1232 "Republican Rapier", 1963-1964
1233 Republican Women's Conference, 1964
1234 "A Rift Between Friends in the War of Ideas", Undated
1235 Rockwell Report: "Goods on Goldwater", 1962-1963
1236 Rockefeller, Nelson A., 1963-1964
1237 Scranton, William, 1963-1964
1238 Social Security, 1963-1964
1239 "Through the Looking Glass Darkly" (Americans for Democratic Action), 1964
12310 Various Political Publications (Announcements, Newsletters), 1963-1964
12311 "Why I'm Running" (Magazine of Young Americans for Freedom), 1964 March
12312 "Why Rockefeller Can't Win", 1963
12313 "Why We Are for Goldwater" (Chicago Tribune), 1964
12314 Youth for Goldwater – Club Chairman's Manual, 1964
Sub-Series E: Magazines
BoxFolder
12315 The Bay Window, 1964 September
12316 Business Week, 1964 September 26
12317 Confidential, 1964 September
12318 Der Spiegel, 1964 July 29
12319 Freedom & Union, 1964 February
12320 Goldwater, 1964
12321 Grazia, 1964 October 11
12322 Human Events, 1964 January 25
12323 The Illustrated Weekly of India, 1964 August 9
12324 Life Story, 1964 (Comic Book)
12325 Life, 1964 October 23
12326 London Times, Sunday Magazine, 1964 August 8
12327 Magazine of Sigma Chi, 1964
12328 The National Observer, 1964
12329 National Review and National Review Bulletin, 1964
12330 The New Republic, 1964
12331 The New York Times, 1963 November 10, 24
12332 The New Yorker, Undated
12333 Newsbook, The National Observer, 1964
12334 Newsweek, 1963 May 20
12335 Newsweek, 1964 June 15-July 27
12336 The Observer, 1964 September 20
12337 Public Affairs, 1964 September
12338 Saturday Review, 1964 October 17
12339 SP Edicion Europa, 1964 August 1, November 15
12340 Time, 1964 March 6
12341 Time, 1964 June 12
12342 Time, 1964 June 14
12343 Time, 1964 July 10, 17
12344 Time, 1964 July 24, November
BoxFolder
1241 USA Magazine, 1963 May 2
1242 U.S. News & World Report, 1962 November 19
1243 U.S. News & World Report, 1963 April
1244 U.S. News & World Report, 1963 May 20
1245 U.S. News & World Report, 1963 July 8, 13
1246 U.S. News & World Report, 1963 September 2
1247 U.S. News & World Report, 1963 October 7
1248 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 June 15, 22
1249 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 July 13, 20, 27
12410 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 August 3, 10, 17
12411 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 August 24, 31
12412 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 September 14, 16
12413 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 September 21, 28
12414 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 October 5, 19, 26
12415 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 November 2
12416 U.S. News & World Report, 1964 December 21
12417 Yale Political, 1964 Fall
BoxFolder
125/OV1 Arizona Days & Ways, 1964 November 15
125/OV2 Life, 1963 July 12, November 1
125/OV3 Life, 1964 July 24
125/OV4 Life, 1964 August 17
(Spanish)
125/OV5 Life, 1964 September 18
125/OV6 Look, 1963 October 8
125/OV7 Look, 1964 October 20
BoxFolder
126/OV1 McCall's, 1964 November
126/OV2 Revue (München), 1964 August 2
126/OV3 Saturday Evening Post, 1963 August 24-31
126/OV4 Saturday Evening Post, 1964 August 8, 15
126/OV5 Saturday Evening Post, 1964 October 24
126/OV6 Show, 1964 March
126/OV7 Show Magazine of the Arts, 1964
126/OV8 Siempre-Presencia de México, 1964
Sub-Series F: Memorabilia
BoxFolder
1271 Bumper Stickers, Print Material, 1964 (1 of 2)
1272 Bumper Stickers, Print Material, 1964 (2 of 2)
1273 "Go With Goldwater", "Barry Boy", "Goldwater", 1964 (Sheet Music)
1274 Placard, 1964
1275 Portrait, 1964
Sub-Series G: News Clippings
BoxFolder
1276 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 January-June
1277 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 July 1-15
1278 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 July 16-17
1279 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 July 18-30
12710 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 August
12711 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 September 1-4
12712 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 September 5-30
12713 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 October 1-16
12714 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 October 17-31
12715 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, 1964 November
12716 Arizona Newspapers and State Politics, Undated
12717 Cartoons, 1963-1964
12718 Draft Goldwater, 1963
12719 Editorials, 1964-1965
12720 Evening American, 1963 December
12721 Evening American, 1964 January-February
12722 Evening American, 1964 March
12723 Evening American, 1964 April
12724 Evening American, 1964 May
12725 Evening American, 1964 June
12726 Evening American, 1964 July
12727 Evening American, 1964 November
12728 Family, 1962-1964
12729 Human Events, 1960-1964
12730 Maine Newspapers, 1964
12731 Mrs. Goldwater, 1964
12732 National Newspapers, 1963
12733 National Newspapers, 1964 January
BoxFolder
1281 National Newspapers, 1964 February
1282 National Newspapers, 1964 March
1283 National Newspapers, 1964 April
1284 National Newspapers, 1964 May
1285 National Newspapers, 1964 June 1-13
1286 National Newspapers, 1964 June 14-30
1287 National Newspapers, 1964 July 1-8
1288 National Newspapers, 1964 July 9-12
1289 National Newspapers, 1964 July 13-15
12810 National Newspapers, 1964 July 16-17
12811 National Newspapers, 1964 July 18-22
12812 National Newspapers, 1964 July 23-31
12813 National Newspapers, 1964 August
12814 National Newspapers, 1964 September
12815 National Newspapers, 1964 October
12816 National Newspapers, 1964 November
12817 "Caricaturas e Information General Sobre Mr. Barry Goldwater", 1964
12818 "Publicidad (Editoriales) Sobre Mr. Barry Goldwater" (Spanish Language News Service), 1964
12819 Spain and Portugal, 1964 (1 of 2)
12820 Spain and Portugal, 1964 (2 of 2)
Sub-Series H: Newspaper Headlines and Front Pages
BoxFolder
12821 Barron's National Business and Financial Weekly, 1964
12822 Chicago Tribune, 1964 June 10, July 16
12823 Convention News, 1964 July
12824 The Dallas Morning News, 1964 June 17
12825 Globe-Gazette Mason City, Iowa, 1964 September 24
12826 "The Independent Citizen", 1964 July
12827 The National Observer, 1964 June 29
12828 The New York Times, 1964 June 7-July 19
12829 New York Times Herald Tribune, 1964 July 1-16
12830 New York World Telegram, 1964 August 27
12831 News Call Bulletin, 1964 July 13-16
12832 "Newton Daily News" Newton, Iowa, 1964 October 14
12833 Oakland Tribune, 1964 July 14
BoxFolder
1291 The San Diego Union, 1964 July 14-16
1292 San Francisco Chronicle, 1964 July 13
1293 San Francisco Chronicle, 1964 July 15-16
1294 San Francisco Chronicle, 1964 July 17
1295 San Francisco Examiner, 1964 July 13-15
1296 San Francisco Examiner, 1964 July 16
1297 San Francisco Examiner, 1964 July 17-18
1298 San Jose Mercury, 1964 July 17
1299 The State and Columbia Record Columbia, South Carolina, 1964 July 5
12910 The Washington Post , 1964 August 27
12911 Various from Arizona, 1964 July 16, September 3
12912 Various from New Hampshire, 1964 January-June
12913 Various from Pennsylvania, 1964 January-July
Sub-Series I: Peggy Goldwater Correspondence
BoxFolder
12914 General Correspondence: A, 1964 August 15-October 27
12915 General Correspondence: Anonymous, 1964 August 11-Novmber 3
12916 General Correspondence: B, 1964 August 19-October 30
12917 General Correspondence: C, 1964 July 22-November 2
12918 General Correspondence: D, 1964 August 15-November 4
12919 General Correspondence: E, 1964 July 23-October 29
12920 General Correspondence: F, 1964 July 16-October 29
12921 General Correspondence: G, 1964 August 29-October 31
12922 General Correspondence: H, 1964 August 12-November 2
12923 General Correspondence: I, 1964 August 27
12924 General Correspondence: J, 1964 July 29-October 29
12925 General Correspondence: K, 1964 August 19-October 31
12926 General Correspondence: L, 1964 July 19-November 1
12927 General Correspondence: M, 1964 August 8-October 31
12928 General Correspondence: N, 1964 July 21-October 27
BoxFolder
1301 General Correspondence: O, 1964 April 16-October 23
1302 General Correspondence: P, 1964 March 27-September 26
1303 General Correspondence: P, 1964 October 1-November 2
1304 General Correspondence: Q, 1964 September 8-October 27
1305 General Correspondence: R, 1964 April 3-September 29
1306 General Correspondence: R, 1964 October 2-31
1307 General Correspondence: S, 1964 July 3-29
1308 General Correspondence: S, 1964 August 1-September 23
1309 General Correspondence: S, 1964 September 24-October 10
13010 General Correspondence: S, 1964 October 11-25
13011 General Correspondence: S, 1964 October 26-November 1
13012 General Correspondence: T, 1964 July 1-October 7
13013 General Correspondence: T, 1964 October 8-31
13014 General Correspondence: U, 1964 July 18-October 23
13015 General Correspondence: V, 1964 August 19-November 1
13016 General Correspondence: W, 1964 March 27-August 31
13017 General Correspondence: W, 1964 September 3-29
13018 General Correspondence: W, 1964 October 1-21
13019 General Correspondence: W, 1964 October 22-31
13020 General Correspondence: XYZ, 1964 June 18-October 31
Sub-Series J: Photo Albums
BoxFolder
1311 Album, 1964 (Loose Leaves; 1 of 6)
1312 Album, 1964 (Loose Leaves; 2 of 6)
1313 Album, 1964 (Loose Leaves; 3 of 6)
1314 Album, 1964 (Loose Leaves; 4 of 6)
1315 Album, 1964 (Loose Leaves; 5 of 6)
1316 Album, 1964 (Loose Leaves; 6 of 6)
1317 Album, 1964 (Bound)
1318 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 1)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
1319 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 2)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
13110 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 3)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
BoxFolder
1321 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 4)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
1322 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 5)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
1323 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 6)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
1324 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 7)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
1325 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 8)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
1326 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 9)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
1327 A Photographic History of the 1964 Republican Presidential Campaign of United States Senator Barry M. Goldwater, 1964 (Volume 10)
Gift of J. William Middendorf II.
Sub-Series K: Republican National Committee
BoxFolder
1331 Campaign Headquarters, 1964
1332 Campaign Kit, 1964
1333 Nationalities Division, 1964
1334 News, 1964 July 4-31
1335 News, 1964 August 1-7
1336 News, 1964 August 8-31
1337 News, 1964 September 1-10
1338 News, 1964 September 11-19
1339 News, 1964 September 20-24
13310 News, 1964 September 25-30
13311 News, 1964 October 1-5
13312 News, 1964 October 6
13313 News, 1964 October 7-10
13314 News, 1964 October 11-13
13315 News, 1964 October 14-15
13316 News, 1964 October 16-17
13317 News, 1964 October 18-22
13318 News, 1964 October 21-22
13319 News, 1964 October 23-24
13320 News, 1964 October 25-27
13321 News, 1964 October 28-29
13322 News, 1964 October 30-31
13323 News, 1964 November
13325 News, 1965 January 22
13326 Party to People Forum (Proceedings), 1964
13327 Reports, 1964-1965
13328 Republican National Convention: Committee on Resolutions, Undated
BoxFolder
1341 Republican National Convention: Committees, 1964 July 7
1342 Republican National Convention: First Ballot Tallies and Delegates, 1964 July 7-9
1343 Republican National Convention: Permanent Roll of Delegates and Alternate Delegates, 1964 July 13
1344 Republican National Convention: Platform Committee (Memos, Issues), 1964 April 7-May 28
1345 Republican National Convention: Platform Committee (Memos,Issues), 1964 June 3-July 12
1346 Republican National Convention: Platform Committee (Statements), 1964 July 7-9
1347 Republican National Convention: Platform Committee (The Laird Group; Platform Language; Drafts), Undated
1348 Republican National Convention: Proceedings, 1964
1349 Republican National Convention: San Francisco, 1964
Autographed.
Sub-Series L: Speeches
BoxFolder
13410 Labor, 1961-1964
13411 Platform Proposals (Drafts, Notes, Correspondence), 1962-1964
13412 Background Material, 1962-1964
With commentary by speechwriter Karl Hess.
13413 Notre Dame University, 1962 February 6
13414 Key Pre-nomination Speeches, 1963 January-February
13415 Key Pre-nomination Speeches, 1963 March-July
13416 Key Pre-nomination Speeches, 1963 August-September
13417 Key Pre-nomination Speeches, 1963 October-December
13418 Civil Rights, 1963-1964
13419 Economics, 1963-1964
13420 Foreign Policy, 1963-1964
13421 Government, 1963-1964
13422 Politics, 1963-1964
13423 Positions, 1963-1964 (Notebook)
13424 Background Material, 1964
13425 "The Case for the Republicans in 1964", 1964
13426 Domestic Issues, 1964 (Notebook)
BoxFolder
135 Tennessee Valley Authority, 1964
1351 Index Cards (Reference for Speeches), 1964
1352 Interviews, Statements, Remarks, 1964
1353 Issues (Positions), 1964 (1 of 2)
1354 Issues (Positions), 1964 (2 of 2)
1355 "It is Quite Apparent that Abraham Lincoln...", 1964
1356 "This Election Year...", 1964
1357 "This Election Year...", 1964
1358 Topics, 1964
1359 Announcement for Seeking Presidency, 1964 January 2
13510 "Meet the Press", 1964 January 5
13511 Press Conference Concord, New Hampshire, 1964 January 7
13512 Before the Economic Club of New York, 1964 January 15
13513 "The American Working Man and His Job" Nashua, New Hampshire, 1964 February 22
13514 Keene High School, Keene, New Hampshire, 1964 March 4
13515 Remarks Before a Legislators Breakfast, Sacramento, California, 1964 March 17
13516 Detroit Economic Club, 1964 March 25
13517 Remarks on Floor of Senate, 1964 March 26
13518 Hilton Hotel Portland, Oregon, 1964 April 6
13519 Youth for Goldwater Rally, International Amphitheater, Chicago, Illinois, 1964 April 10
13520 Excerpts from Remarks, Long Beach Sports Arena, Long Beach, California, 1964 April 15
13521 Stockton Civic Auditorium, Stockton, California, 1964 April 16
13522 American Society of Newspaper Editors, Washington, D.C., 1964 April 18
13523 Indianapolis, Indiana, 1964 April 20
13524 Hartford, Connecticut, 1964 April 23
13525 Keynote Speech before Republican Rally, Santa Clara, California, 1964 April 28
13526 American Petroleum Institute, Los Angeles, California, 1964 April 29
13527 Republican Rally, San Fernando, California, 1964 April 29
13528 Columbus, Georgia, 1964 May 1
13529 Keynote Speech, Georgia Republican State Convention, Atlanta, 1964 May 2
13530 United Republicans of California, Bakersfield, California, 1964 May 2
13531 Civic Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska, 1964 May 11
13532 "Meet Barry Goldwater", 1964 May 13 (Television Program)
13533 National Goldwater Rally, Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, 1964 May 13
13534 Santa Rosa, California, 1964 May 16
13535 Young Republican Rally, Casino Ballroom, Catalina Island, California, 1964 May 16
13536 Ventura County High School, Ventura, California, 1964 May 17
13537 Town Hall Luncheon, Biltmore Bowl, Los Angeles, California, 1964 May 18
13538 "Issues and Answers", 1964 May 24 (Television Interview)
13539 Channel Club, Santa Barbara, California, 1964 May 28
13540 Orange County Rally, Knott's Berry Farm, 1964 May 30
13541 Commencement, Pennsylvania Military College, Chester, Pennsylvania, 1964 June 7
13542 Statler Hilton Hotel, Dallas, Texas, 1964 June 15
13543 Texas State Convention, Dallas, Texas, 1964 June 16
13544 Tucson, Arizona, 1964 June 25
13545 Before the Republican Platform Committee, San Francisco, California, 1964 July 10
13546 Nominating Speech by Everett Dirksen, 1964 July 15
13547 Republican National Convention: Seconding Speeches by Clare Booth Luce and Charles Halleck, 1964 July 15
13548 Acceptance Speech, Republican National Convention, San Francisco, California, 1964 July 16
13549 Remarks, 1964 July 24-October 29
Observations based on current events by speechwriter Karl Hess.
13550 National Association of Counties, Washington, D.C., 1964 August 10
13551 Republican Unity Conference, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 1964 August 12
13552 Illinois State Fair, Springfield, Illinois, 1964 August 19
13553 "Peace Through Strength, Private Property, Free Competition, Hard Work" From "Vital Speeches of the Day", Prescott, Arizona, 1964 September 3
13554 "At Home with Mrs. Goldwater", 1964 September 9
13555 Notes from Dodger Stadium, 1964 September 16
13556 "Court Criticism by an Arizonan" (Before the American Political Science Association), 1964 September 24
13557 UPI Editors and Publisher, Statler Hilton, Washington, D.C., 1964 October 6
13558 Second Stop, 1964 October 6
13559 "Progress Through Freedom", Phoenix, Arizona, 1964 October 8
13560 Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, 1964 October 13
BoxFolder
1361 Houston, Texas, 1964 October 15
1362 Chicago, Illinois, 1964 October 16
1363 Chicago, Illinois, 1964 October 16 (Pamphlet)
1364 "The Failure of Our Foreign Policy, Peaceful Co-Existence Does Not Mean Peace" from "Vital Speeches of the Day" Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1964 October 21
1365 "The Free Society", 1964 October 22
1366 Excerpts, 1964 October 23
1367 "A Time for Choosing" by Ronald Reagan (Reprint from "Human Events") Los Angeles, California, 1964 October 27
1368 Bristol, Tennessee, 1964 October 27
1369 Auditorium, Cleveland, Ohio, 1964 October 27
13610 Introduction by Governor William Scranton, Civic Auditorium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1964 October 29
13611 Auditorium, San Francisco, California, 1964 November 2
13612 Camelback Inn, Peace Pipe Room, Phoenix, Arizona, 1964 November 4
13613 Text of Telegram to President Johnson and Goldwater Statement on 1964 Election, 1964 November 4
13614 "Let's Pretend That Defeat Is Victory...", Undated
13615 "It Would Be A Lot Simpler...", Undated
13616 "When a Westerner...", Undated
13617 "This is a Can-Do Party...", Undated
13618 "I need your help...", Undated
13619 "The issue of national security...", Undated
13620 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Undated
13621 Interviews (New Hampshire Primary), Undated
13622 "Tonight I want to talk to you...", Undated
13623 "A free and prosperous American agriculture", Undated
13624 "This Republican party of ours...", Undated
13625 "And I'm impressed with how clear...", Undated
13626 "We have been spelling out...", Undated
13627 "In Africa policies of confusion...", San Antonio, Texas, Undated
13628 "I say that 1964...", Undated
13629 "The Cold War does not stem...", Undated
13630 "The confusion began...", Undated
13631 "At the outset let me urge...", Undated
13632 Excerpts for California #5, Undated
13633 Governor Paul Fannin, Undated
13634 "The theme of our campaign is clear...", Undated
13635 Excerpts (North Carolina Republican State Convention), Undated
13636 "That is an issue...", Undated (Speech Fragment)
13637 TV Script Outline, Undated
13638 "What Does America Stand For?", Notre Dame University, Undated
13639 Cheyenne, Wyoming, Undated
13640 Proposal for Los Angeles, Undated
13641 "Throughout this campaign my opponent...", Undated
13642 "This must be the year of a new crusade...", Undated
13643 "Some people say...", Undated
13644 "I can't help wondering, sometime...", Undated
13645 Fragments, Undated
13646 "I am a hobbyist...", Undated
13647 "I want to talk about peace...", Dallas, Texas, Undated
13648 "I have read in the Wall Street Journal ...", Undated
13649 "My fellow Americans, we have come to the final days of this campaign...", Undated
13650 Barry Goldwater Campaign Speeches, 1964 (Volume 1)
13651 Barry Goldwater Campaign Speeches, 1964 (Volume 2)
13652 Barry Goldwater Campaign Speeches, 1964 (Volume 3)
Sub-Series M: States
BoxFolder
1371 State Chairman's Manual, 1964
1372 State County Outline Maps, 1964
1373 State Profiles A-M, 1964 (1 of 2)
1374 State Profiles N-W, 1964 (2 of 2)
1375 State by State Analysis (Newspapers, Polls), 1964 October 19
1376 State Southern Region (Manual), 1964
1377 Alabama: Notebook, 1964
1378 Alabama: "In House" Files, 1964 February-July
1379 Alaska: Notebook, 1964
13710 Alaska: "In House" Files, 1964 April-June
13711 Arkansas: Notebook, 1964
13712 Arkansas: "In House" Files, 1963 December-1964 July
13713 Arizona: Notebook, 1964
13714 Arizona: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
13715 Arizona: Advertising Companies, 1963-1964
13716 Arizona: Delegates and Alternates to Republican National Convention, 1964
13717 Arizona: Nomination Papers for Primary Election, 1964
13718 Arizona: Poll Challenging, 1962
13719 Arizona: Republican County Chairman and Precinct Analysis, 1963-1964
13720 Arizona: Republican State Committee (Brown, Keith, Chairman), 1964
13721 Arizona: Republican State Convention, 1963
13722 Arizona: Apache County, Blunk, Barley, 1963-1964
13723 Arizona: Apache County, Platt, Harvey, 1964
13724 Arizona: Apache County, Statistical Activities, 1964
13725 Arizona: Cochise County, Haymore, Clavell, 1963-1964
13726 Arizona: Cochise County, Smitherman, Bill, 1964
13727 Arizona: Cochise County Statistical Activities, 1964
13728 Arizona: Coconino County Statistical Activities, 1963-1964
13729 Arizona: Coconino County, Stoops, Daniel J., 1963-1964
13730 Arizona: Coconino County, West, Barbara, 1964
13731 Arizona: Gila County, Drees, Jane, 1963-1964
13732 Arizona: Gila County, Horrell, Louis, 1964
13733 Arizona: Gila County Statistical Activities, 1964
13734 Arizona: Graham County, Claridge, Zola, 1963-1964
13735 Arizona: Graham County Statistical Activities, 1963-1964
13736 Arizona: Greenlee County, Griffith, William A., 1963-1964
13737 Arizona: Greenlee County, LaMaster, Hugh, 1964
13738 Arizona: Greenlee County Statistical Activities, 1964
13739 Arizona: Maricopa County Precinct Analysis, 1958-1962
13740 Arizona: Maricopa County, Staggs, Ralph E., 1963-1964
13741 Arizona: Maricopa County Statistical Activities, 1962
13742 Arizona: Maricopa County Statistical Activities, 1963-1964
13743 Arizona: Maricopa County Statistical Activities, 1964
13744 Arizona: Mohave County, Black, Leo, 1963
13745 Arizona: Mohave County, Ely, Helen, 1964
13746 Arizona: Mohave County Statistical Activities, 1963-1964
13747 Arizona: Navajo County, Bourdon, Bill, 1964
13748 Arizona: Navajo County, Patterson, Everett, J., 1963-1964
13749 Arizona: Navajo County Statistical Activities, 1963-1964
13750 Arizona: Pima County, Leonard, John, 1963-1964
13751 Arizona: Pima County, Speiden, Jack, 1964
13752 Arizona: Pima County Statistical Activities, 1962-1964
BoxFolder
1381 Arizona: Pinal County, Chilton, T. G., 1963-1964
1382 Arizona: Pinal County Statistical Activities, 1964
1383 Arizona: Santa Cruz County, Moore, Margo (and Others), 1963-1964
1384 Arizona: Santa Cruz County Statistical Activities, 1963-1964
1385 Arizona: Yavapai County, Smith, Dick (and Others), 1963-1964
1386 Arizona: Yavapai County Statistical Activities, 1964
1387 Arizona: Yuma County, Ayers, Robert N., 1963-1964
1388 Arizona: Yuma County Statistical Activities, 1964
1389 Arizona Tracking Survey #1, 1964 October 3-8 (1 of 2)
13810 Arizona Tracking Survey #1, 1964 October 3-8 (2 of 2)
13811 Arizona Tracking Survey #1: Additional Analysis, 1964 October 13
13812 Arizona Tracking Survey #2: Additional Analysis, 1964 October 15-19
13813 California: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 4)
13814 California: Notebook (Delegates), 1964 (2 of 4)
13815 California: Notebook (Delegates), 1964 (3 of 4)
13816 California: Notebook (Special Reports), 1964 (4 of 4)
13817 California: "In House" Files (Correspondence, News Clippings), 1963 May-1964 August (1 of 3)
13818 California: "In House" Files (Goldwater Delegate Questionnaires), 1964 (2 of 3)
13819 California: "In House" Files (Delegates), 1964 (3 of 3)
13820 Colorado: Notebook, 1964
13821 Colorado: "In House" Files, 1964 April-June
13822 Connecticut: Notebook, 1964
13823 Connecticut: "In House" Files, 1964 June-July
13824 Delaware: Notebook, 1964
13825 Delaware: "In House" Files, June 1964
13826 District of Columbia: Notebook, 1964
13827 District of Columbia: "In House" Files, 1964 April-May
13828 Florida: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
13829 Florida: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
BoxFolder
1391 Florida: "In House" Files (Correspondence), 1963 April-1964 June (1 of 3)
1392 Florida: "In House" Files (Delegates), 1964 (2 of 3)
1393 Florida: "In House" Files (News Clippings), 1964 (3 of 3)
1394 Georgia: Notebook, 1964
1395 Georgia: "In House" Files, 1964 March-July
1396 Hawaii: Notebook, 1964
1397 Hawaii: "In House" Files, June 1964
1398 Idaho: Notebook, 1964
1399 Idaho: "In House" Files, 1960 June-1964
13910 Illinois: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 3)
13911 Illinois: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 3)
13912 Illinois: Notebook, 1964 (3 of 3)
13913 Illinois: "In House" Files (Correspondence), 1960-1964 (1 of 4)
13914 Illinois: "In House" Files (Delegates), 1964 (2 of 4)
13915 Illinois: "In House" Files (Delegates), 1964 (3 of 4)
13916 Illinois: "In House" Files (News Clippings), 1964 (4 of 4)
13917 Indiana: Richard Thompson Files, 1964
13918 Indiana: "In House" Files, 1964
13919 Iowa: Notebook, 1964
13920 Iowa: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
13921 Kansas: Notebook, 1964
BoxFolder
1401 Kansas: "In House" Files, 1963 July-1964 June
1402 Kentucky: Notebook, 1964
1403 Kentucky: "In House" Files, 1962-1964
1404 Louisiana: Notebook, 1964
1405 Louisiana: "In House" Files, 1964 April-July
1406 Maine: Notebook, 1964
1407 Maine: "In House" Files, 1964 April-June
1408 Maryland: Notebook, 1964
1409 Maryland: "In House" Files, 1960-1964
14010 Massachusetts: Notebook, 1964
14011 Massachusetts: "In House" Files, 1964 January-June
14012 Michigan: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
14013 Michigan: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
14014 Michigan: "In House" Files, 1963-1964 (1 of 3)
14015 Michigan: "In House" Files (Delegates, News Clippings), 1964 (2 of 3)
14016 Michigan: "In House" Files (Correspondence), 1964 February-August (3 of 3)
14017 Minnesota: Notebook, 1964
14018 Minnesota: "In House" Files, 1964
14019 Mississippi: Notebook, 1964
14020 Mississippi: "In House" Files, 1964
14021 Missouri: Notebook, 1964
14022 Missouri: "In House" Files, 1960-1964
14023 Montana: Notebook, 1964
14024 Montana: "In House" Files, 1964
14025 Nebraska: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
BoxFolder
1411 Nebraska: Notebook, 1959-1964 (2 of 2)
1412 Nebraska: "In House" Files, 1964 (1 of 2)
1413 Nebraska: "In House" Files (Delegates and Analysis), 1964 (2 of 2)
1414 Nevada: Notebook, 1964
1415 Nevada: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
1416 New Hampshire: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
1417 New Hampshire: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
1418 New Hampshire: "In House" Files, 1964
1419 New Jersey: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
14110 New Jersey: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
14111 New Jersey: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
14112 New Mexico: Notebook, 1964
14113 New Mexico: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
14114 New York: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 3)
14115 New York: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 3)
14116 New York: Notebook, 1964 (3 of 3)
14117 New York: "In House" Files (Correspondence), 1964 (1 of 2)
14118 New York: "In House" Files, 1964 (2 of 2)
14119 North Carolina: Notebook, 1964
14120 North Carolina: "In House" Files, 1964
14121 North Dakota: Notebook, 1964
14122 North Dakota: "In House" Files, 1960-1964
14123 Ohio: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 3)
14124 Ohio: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 3)
14125 Ohio: Notebook, 1964 (3 of 3)
BoxFolder
1421 Ohio: "In House" Files (Correspondence), 1963 January-1964 August (1 of 2)
1422 Ohio: "In House" Files (Delegates, News Clippings), 1964 (2 of 2)
1423 Oklahoma: Notebook, 1964
1424 Oklahoma: "In House" Files, May 1959-June 1964
1425 Oregon: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
1426 Oregon: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
1427 Oregon: "In House" Files, 1960-1964
1428 Pennsylvania: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 3)
1429 Pennsylvania: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 3)
14210 Pennsylvania: Notebook, 1964 (3 of 3)
14211 Pennsylvania: "In House" Files (Correspondence), 1963-1964 (1 of 5)
See also Personal Correspondence: Humes, Theodore.
14212 Pennsylvania: "In House" Files (Thank You Letters), 1964 (2 of 5)
14213 Pennsylvania: "In House" Files (Delegates and Analysis), 1964 (3 of 5)
14214 Pennsylvania: "In House" Files (Delegates and Analysis), 1964 (4 of 5)
14215 Pennsylvania: "In House" Files (News Clippings), 1964-1965 (5 of 5)
14216 Puerto Rico: Notebook, 1964
14217 Puerto Rico: "In House" Files, 1964
14218 Rhode Island: Notebook, 1964
14219 Rhode Island: "In House" Files, 1960 March-1964 May
14220 South Carolina: Notebook, 1964
14221 South Carolina: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
14222 South Dakota: Notebook, 1964
14223 South Dakota: "In House" Files, 1964 March-August
14224 Tennessee: Notebook, 1964
BoxFolder
1431 Tennessee: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
1432 Texas: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
1433 Texas: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
1434 Texas: "In House" Files, 1964 June
1435 Utah: Notebook, 1964
1436 Utah: "In House" Files, 1964 June-July
1437 Vermont: Notebook, 1964
1438 Vermont: "In House" Files, 1964 January-June
1439 Virgin Islands: Notebook, 1964
14310 Virgin Islands: "In House" Files, 1964 June
14311 Virginia: Notebook, 1964
14312 Virginia: "In House" Files, 1963 August-1964 June
14313 Washington Notebook, 1964
14314 Washington: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
14315 West Virginia: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
14316 West Virginia: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
14317 West Virginia: "In House" Files, 1963 December-1964 August (1 of 2)
14318 West Virginia: "In House" Files, 1964 (2 of 2)
14319 Wisconsin: Notebook, 1964 (1 of 2)
14320 Wisconsin: Notebook, 1964 (2 of 2)
14321 Wisconsin: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
14322 Wyoming: Notebook, 1964
14323 Wyoming: "In House" Files, 1963-1964
Series III: Legislative
Scope and Content Note
This series represents records aggregated from many sections of the collection in order to build legislative materials into a coherent whole. The goal was to create a Legislative Series with records typically found therein. Approximately 70% of all legislative files were not found in their original folders resulting in many orphan documents, mislabeled documents, and widely variable date ranges. Over the years, many bill and committee-related documents had been removed and placed in the AHF Ephemera Collection. While every effort was made to reunite files within the collection, it was impractical to integrate all the legislative documents previously catalogued as ephemera.
1953-1964: Goldwater's office embraced microfilming early on. These efforts appear largely limited to constituent correspondence. After microfilming each Congress (83rd-89th), most print material was destroyed. What remains is fragmentary resulting in significant gaps. Virtually no gray literature (i.e., reports, white papers, studies) remains from this time period. Committee work (memos, background material, mark-ups, analyses, notes) is also limited and can be found under the sub-series Legislative Fragments. Some colleague and VIP correspondence can also be found on microfilm. See Series VI: Media-Microfilm. Many microfilm reels were in poor condition and required restoration. All microfilm has been digitized to searchable compact discs available in the reading room. Overall, the quantity and quality of records differ significantly from Goldwater's first two terms (1953-1964) and his last three terms (1969-1986).
1969-1986: Microfilming continued until 1983. Most of the print material survives from Goldwater's last three terms. While these records are more intact than the previous two terms, few were found in original folders. It was assumed that the labels on this re-foldered material represented the originals. The folder titles in the container lists largely reflect those labels. Bill files vary widely but the following topics are exceptionally rich: The Grand Canyon National Park; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Voluntary Military Service; Military Reorganization; Defense; Aviation; Central Arizona Project; the Colorado River; Navajo-Hopi Relocation; Taiwan; Panama; Radio and Telecommunications; and Energy.
Colleague Correspondence: This material presented a significant challenge because it was dispersed throughout the collection. Most colleague correspondence was found within constituent letters labeled "Miscellaneous A-Z." Where feasible, colleague correspondence (much of it personal in nature) was identified, removed from the miscellaneous/constituent correspondence and aggregated by congressional session. (Note that some colleague correspondence remains embedded in Series IV: Constituent-Issue Mail. Those folders are marked accordingly.) Colleague Correspondence appears alphabetically before the various Senate Committees. The volume of correspondence determined what was placed in individual folders versus A-Z designations. Colleague correspondence found within committee files was left in situ. Note that some colleague correspondence selected by Senator Goldwater is also found in Series I: Personal-Alpha Files.
Committees: Committee assignments from 1953 to 1964 included: Banking and Currency, Labor and Public Welfare, Interior and Insular Affairs, Joint Committee on the Economic Report, Joint Committee on Navajo-Hopi Administration, and Armed Services.
Committee assignments from 1969 to 1986 included: Aeronautical and Space Sciences, Armed Services, Select Committee to Study Government Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, Select Committee on Intelligence, Commerce, Science and Technology, Select Committee on Indian Affairs, and Small Business. Source: Congressional Directory 83rd-99th Congress.
This series is arranged in seven sub-series, by Congress, then alphabetically and chronologically within. Some of this material was found in notebooks and is presented as found. There are significant gaps throughout.
Bills Sponsored and Co-Sponsored – bill files range from single prints to folders with correspondence and background material; for more substantive bill files see Committees.
Congressional Records Excerpts - statements, speeches, remarks, debates, and colloquia captured in the Congressional Record.
Voting Records – reports compiled by the Secretary of the Majority summarizing yeas, nays, and the arguments for and against; also includes voting records generated by Goldwater's office staff.
Record Vote Analysis – reports largely compiled by the Secretary for the Minority, Republican Conference, and the Senate Republican Policy Committee summarizing yeas, nays, and the arguments for and against.
Legislative Activities – reports largely compiled by the Sergeant of Arms and the Committee on Rules and Administration for each Senator; may include statistics generated by Goldwater's office staff.
Legislative Fragments (83rd-90th Congress) as described above.
Colleague Correspondence and Committees (91st-99th Congress) as described above.
Sub-Series A: Bills Sponsored and Co-Sponsored
BoxFolder
1441 83rd Congress, 1952
1442 83rd Congress, 1953-1954
1443 84th Congress, 1955
1444 84th Congress, 1956
1445 85th Congress, 1957 (1 of 2)
1446 85th Congress, 1957 (2 of 2)
1447 85th Congress, 1958
1448 86th Congress, 1959 (1 of 2)
1449 86th Congress, 1959 (2 of 2)
14410 86th Congress, 1960
14411 87th Congress, 1961
14412 87th Congress, 1962
14413 88th Congress, 1963 (1 of 2)
14414 88th Congress, 1963 (2 of 2)
14415 88th Congress, 1964
14416 91st Congress: Active 20-30 Week SJ Res 10, 1969
14417 91st Congress: Additional Judges for Arizona S 585, S 952, 1969
BoxFolder
1451 91st Congress: Adoption of Korean Orphans, 1970
1452 91st Congress: Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act HR 2777, S 1181, 1969-1971
1453 91st Congress: Alcoholism Care and Control Act S 1977, 1968-1969 (1 of 2)
1454 91st Congress: Alcoholism Care and Control Act S 1977, 1969-1970 (2 of 2)
1455 91st Congress: Alcoholism Program S 3825, 1970
1456 91st Congress: Amend Clean Air Act S 3466, 1970-1971
1457 91st Congress: Amend Communication Act, Hearings S 2004, 1969
1458 91st Congress: Amend Communication Act of 1934 S 2004, 1969-1970
1459 91st Congress: Amend Communication Act of 1934 S 1466, SJ Res 27, 1969-1970
14510 91st Congress: Amend Gun Control Act S 3417, 1970
14511 91st Congress: Amend Internal Revenue Code S 2979, S 3252, 1969
14512 91st Congress: Amendment to Housing Act S 2864, 1969
14513 91st Congress: Amendment to National Aeronautic and Space Administration HR 11271, 1969
14514 91st Congress: American Prisoners of War Ceremonies S Res 475, 1970
14515 91st Congress: Ammunition and Gun Control S 845, 1968-1970
14516 91st Congress: Antelope Creek Land to Navajo Indians S 2119, 1969
14517 91st Congress: Arizona Enabling Act, 1969
14518 91st Congress: Arizona Game and Fish S 27, 1969
14519 91st Congress: Assist in Purchase of Mobile Homes in Rural Areas S 3624, 1970
14520 91st Congress: Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act S 3598, 1970
14521 91st Congress: Carl Hayden Bust in Senate S Res 67, 1967-1975
14522 91st Congress: Catholic War Veterans S 2790, 1969
14523 91st Congress: Certain Aliens May Operate Amateur Radio Stations and Hold Licenses SJ Res 27, 1969
14524 91st Congress: Change Glen Canyon Dam to Dwight D. Eisenhower Dam S 1613, 1969
14525 91st Congress: Colorado River Relicted Land Claims HR 10256, 1968-1970
14526 91st Congress: Commission on Air Control S 1070, 1969-1971
14527 91st Congress: Commission on Anti-Trust Laws S 1478, 1969
14528 91st Congress: Conference on Population Growth and Family Planning S 2636, 1969-1970
14529 91st Congress: Congressional Record Index, 1969-1970
14530 91st Congress: Criminal Justice Act S 1461, 1969-1970
14531 91st Congress: Criminal Justice Act, Hearings S 1461, 1969
14532 91st Congress: D for Decency Week SJ Res 192, 1970
14533 91st Congress: Day of Bread SJ Res 125SJ Res 218, 1970-1971
14534 91st Congress: Develop Fresh Water From Geothermal Resources S Con Res 29, S 368, 1966-1971 (1 of 2)
14535 91st Congress: Develop Fresh Water From Geothermal Resources, 1972 (2 of 2)
14536 91st Congress: Direct Popular Election of President and Vice-President SJ Res 1, 1969
14537 91st Congress: District of Columbia Narcotics Control Law S 3071, 1969
14538 91st Congress: Domestic Applications on Defense Research, HR 17123, 1970
14539 91st Congress: Earhart-Merriam SJ Res 81, 1968-1969
14540 91st Congress: Education Loan Guarantee S 2721, HR 13194, 1969
14541 91st Congress: Eisenhower Silver Dollar, S 2582, SJ Res 158, 1969-1971
14542 91st Congress: Election of President and Vice President, SJ Res 12, 1969
14543 91st Congress: Election of President and Vice President, SJ Res 12, 1970-1971
BoxFolder
1461 91st Congress: Elementary and Secondary Education Act, HR 514, 1969-1970
1462 91st Congress: Equal Rights for Women HJ Res 264, SJ Res 61, 1969-1971
1463 91st Congress: Expand Use of Model Cities Program S Con Res 4, 1971
1464 91st Congress: Families of Prisoners of War S 3785, 1970
1465 91st Congress: Farm Program HR 9009, S 2524, 1969-1970
1466 91st Congress: Federal Courthouse Building in Chicago ... Dirksen Building East S 3253, 1970
1467 91st Congress: Federal Payments to States for Social Security Aid to Indians S 2265, 1969-1971
1468 91st Congress: Federal Water Pollution Control Act S 3470-3472, 1970
1469 91st Congress: Fish and Wildlife Territorial Boundaries S 1232, S 1401 S 3212, 1968-1970
14610 91st Congress: Foreign Military Sales HR 15628, 1970
14611 91st Congress: Four Corners Scenic Parkway S 1449, 1969
14612 91st Congress: Golden Eagle Passport Program S 2315, 1967-1970
14613 91st Congress: Grazing Permits on Organ Pipe Cactus. National Monument S 3837, 1969-1971
14614 91st Congress: Health Hazards of Pollution Act S 3316, 1970
14615 91st Congress: Higher Education Act to Assist College for Indians S 3267, 1969-970
14616 91st Congress: Historical and Archaeological Data S 2893, 1958-1970
14617 91st Congress: Honor Captain Robert M. Wilbur and Co-Pilot James E. Hartley S Res 375, 1970
14618 91st Congress: Hopi Industrial Park S 1107 HR 486, 1968-1970
14619 91st Congress: Improvement of Water Yield S 1374, 1969-1970
14620 91st Congress: Inter-Agency Committee on Mexican-American Affairs S 740, 1969-1970 (1 of 2)
14621 91st Congress: Inter-Agency Committee on Mexican-American Affairs S 740, 1969-1970 (2 of 2)
14622 91st Congress: John F. Kennedy Center Act HR 11249, 1969
14623 91st Congress: John Wesley Powell Centennial Year SJ Res 22, 1969
14624 91st Congress: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Control S 1230, 1969
14625 91st Congress: Labor and Public Welfare Study Research S Res 376, 1970
14626 91st Congress: Land and Water Conservation Fund Act, S 3467S 3598, 1970
14627 91st Congress: Law Officers Appreciation Week SJ Res 225, 1970
14628 91st Congress: Legal and Equitable Defense for Land Claims S 3292, 1969-1970
14629 91st Congress: Legislative Status Report, 1969-1970
14630 91st Congress: Lowering Voting Age S 3560, HR 4249, 1967-1970
14631 91st Congress: Medicredit Care Bill S 987, S 2705, S 4381, 1969-1973
14632 91st Congress: Mexican-U.S. Commission for Border Development and Friendship S 3038, 1968-1969
14633 91st Congress: Mexican-U.S. Commission for Border Development and Friendship S 3777, 1968-1971
14634 91st Congress: Military Retirement Pay S 364S 377S 401, 1963-1971
14635 91st Congress: Multistate Tax Compact S 2804, 1968-1970
14636 91st Congress: Multistate Tax Compact Act S 611, S 1198, 1969
14637 91st Congress: National Archery Week SJ Res 85, 1969
14638 91st Congress: National Foundation on Arts and Humanities S 3215, S 3238, 1965-1971
14639 91st Congress: National Foundation on Arts and Humanities S 3238, 1968-1971
14640 91st Congress: Neighborhood Health Center Act S 2037, 1969-1970
14641 91st Congress: Newspaper Preservation Act S 1520, 1969-1970
BoxFolder
1471 91st Congress: Norris-La Guardia Act S 1482, 1967-1969
1472 91st Congress: Obscene Mail (Background) S 3623, 1963-1969 (1 of 3)
1473 91st Congress: Obscene Mail S 2073, S 3220, S 3623, 1969-1970 (2 of 3)
1474 91st Congress: Obscene Mail (Correspondence)S 3623, 1969-1971 (3 of 3)
1475 91st Congress: Obscene Materials Through Mail S 1706, 1969-1970
1476 91st Congress: Older Americans Act S 2120, 1969
1477 91st Congress: Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets S 1229, S 3541, 1969-1971
1478 91st Congress: Penalties for Illegal Fishing in Fishery Zone S 3492, 1970
1479 91st Congress: Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc. S 2561, 1969
14710 91st Congress: Postal Service S 492, 1970
14711 91st Congress: Prayer in Public Schools SJ Res 6, 1969
14712 91st Congress: Prescott College S 2448, 1969
14713 91st Congress: Presidential Elections To 24-Hour Uniform, 1969
14714 91st Congress: Prohibit Use of Interstate Facilities and Mails for Transportation of Material to Minors S 2073, 1969
14715 91st Congress: Protecting Privacy Rights of Federal Employees S 782, 1969
14716 91st Congress: Provide for Strike Ballots S 817, 1969
14717 91st Congress: Randolph-Sheppard Act S 2461, 1969-1970
14718 91st Congress: Relief of Batista Pachengo S 1796, 1969
14719 91st Congress: Relief of Certain Individuals S 605, S 3977, 1968-1969
14720 91st Congress: Relief of Consuela Hagler S 2478, S 3767, 1969-1972
14721 91st Congress: Relief of Irene Sullivan S 1785, 1966-1971
14722 91st Congress: Relief of James Henry Martin S 1786, 1969-1970
14723 91st Congress: Relief of Luz Tanjuaguio S 695, 1969-1970
14724 91st Congress: Relief of Mrs. Rufus Griffin S 3383, 1967-1970
14725 91st Congress: Relief of Theodore P. Crowley S 2477, 1968-1969
14726 91st Congress: Remove Unfair Labor Practice from NLRB to Federal District Courts S 1320, S 3671, 1970-1971
14727 91st Congress: Repeal Ammunition Registration S 2718, 1969
14728 91st Congress: Rough Rock Demonstration School S 2451, 1969-1971
14729 91st Congress: Rural Electrification Act S 2202, 1969-1970
14730 91st Congress: Schools for Indian Children S 930, S 2451, 1969-1970
14731 91st Congress: Secondary Boycotts in Construction Industry S 2071, 1967-1969
14732 91st Congress: Solid Waste Disposal Act S 3469, 1970
14733 91st Congress: Survivor Annuity Program S 4015, 1970-1971
14734 91st Congress: Survivor Benefits for All Military S 4428, 1969-1971
14735 91st Congress: U.S.S Utah Memorial Flagpole S 583, 1969
14736 91st Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1969-1970
14737 91st Congress: Village Site for Payson Bond of Yavapai-Apache Indians S 696, 1968-1971
14738 91st Congress: Voluntary Prayer in Public Schools SJ Res 6, SJ Res 192, 1970
BoxFolder
1481 91st Congress: Vote for President and Vice President without Excessive Residence ... Requirements SJ Res 59, 1969
1482 91st Congress: Vote for President and Vice President without Excessive Residence ... Requirements SJ Res 59, HR 4249, 1970
1483 91st Congress: Waste Treatment Facilities, 1970
1484 92nd Congress: Absentee Voters SJ Res 59, 1972
1485 92nd Congress: Absentee Voting in Federal Elections S 2102, S 2384, 1973-1976
1486 92nd Congress: Abolish Interstate Commerce Commission S 649, 1971-1975
1487 92nd Congress: Abolish Seniority System S Res 17, 1971
1488 92nd Congress: Additional Pay for Permanent Professors at Academies S 3188, 1972
1489 92nd Congress: Airport and Airways Act S 323, 1969-1971
14810 92nd Congress: Amend Communications Act S 485, HR 9261, 1970-1971
14811 92nd Congress: Amend Economic Stabilization Act S 2891, 1971
14812 92nd Congress: Amend Federal Water Pollution Control Act, S 1012S 1013S 1014S 1015, 1971
14813 92nd Congress: Amend Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets, S 3137, 1972
14814 92nd Congress: Amend Public Health Service Act to Conquer Cancer S 1828, 1971
14815 92nd Congress: Amend Strategic Materials Stockpiling S 3860, 1972
14816 92nd Congress: Amendment to Constitution for Balanced Budget SJ Res 129, 1971
14817 92nd Congress: Amendment to Constitution, Election of the President and Vice President SJ Res 147, 1971
14818 92nd Congress: Amendment to Gun Control Act S 2507, 1972
14819 92nd Congress: Appreciate American Day SJ Res 154, 1971-1972
14820 92nd Congress: Carl Hayden Bust S Res 234, 1969-1975
14821 92nd Congress: Canon Amendment for NASA Appropriations, HR 14070, 1972
14822 92nd Congress: Condemn Invasion of South Vietnam by North Vietnam and Supporting the U.S. S Res 294, S 3526, 1972
14823 92nd Congress: Day of Prayer and Support for Peace S Con Res 57, 1972
14824 92nd Congress: Degree of Master of Military Art and Science S 1105, S 3148, 1969-1971
14825 92nd Congress: Disability Insurance Benefits for the Blind S 1335, 1971
14826 92nd Congress: El Paso Natural Gas Company Merger S 2404, 1971
14827 92nd Congress: Establish Hohokam Pima National Monument ... Snaketown Archeological Site S 899S 1927, 1968-1972
14828 92nd Congress: Equal Employment Opportunities S 2515, 1971
14829 92nd Congress: Exempt Agricultural Attaches from Personnel Cut, S 3526, 1972
14830 92nd Congress: Exempt Small Businesses from Occupational Health and Safety HJ Res 1278, 1972
14831 92nd Congress: Exempt Taxation from Chapter House and Land Owned by the Daughters of the American Revolution S 1374, 1971
14832 92nd Congress: Exemption of Income Tax for Prisoners of War S 2945, 1971
14833 92nd Congress: Family Physician Scholarship and Fellow Program S 790, 1971
14834 92nd Congress: Federal Employees Freedom Act S 1561, 1971
14835 92nd Congress: Foreign Aid Bill S 3390, 1972
14836 92nd Congress: Food Stamp Act S 781, 1972
14837 92nd Congress: Foreign Currency to Fund Peace Corps S Con Res 66, 1972
14838 92nd Congress: Geothermal Resources, 1970-1974
14839 92nd Congress: Grants to Eisenhower College S 2987, 1971-1973
14840 92nd Congress: Harry S. Truman Birthday S Res 292, 1972
14841 92nd Congress: Health Maintenance Organizations S 3327, 1972-1973
14842 92nd Congress: Herbert Hoover Memorial SJ Res 142, 1971
14843 92nd Congress: Hells Canyon – Snake River S 717, 1971
14844 92nd Congress: High Speed Transportation S 4023, 1972
14845 92nd Congress: Historical Structures Tax Act S 667, S 2347, 1973-1976
14846 92nd Congress: Importation of Strategic Materials (Rhodesian Trade) S 1404, 1971-1973
14847 92nd Congress: Incorporate Junior Achievement S 2529, 1971
14848 92nd Congress: Indian Claims S 3377, 1972
14849 92nd Congress: International Eye Foundation HR 17867, 1970-1972
14850 92nd Congress: Interstate Environment Compact S 907, 1971
14851 92nd Congress: Juarez Circle S 2230, 1971
14852 92nd Congress: Labor Freedom of Speech Act S 1844, 1971-1972
14853 92nd Congress: Labor Legislation S 2368, S 2369, S 2370, 1971
14854 92nd Congress: Legislative Action Report, 1971-1972
14855 92nd Congress: Limits on Expenditures and Net Lending S 3123, 1972
14856 92nd Congress: Lincoln Home National Historic Site S 489, 1971
14857 92nd Congress: Little Colorado River Project for Holbrook, Arizona S 3552, 1972
14858 92nd Congress: Lowering Voting Age in State and Federal Elections S 3560 SJ Res 7, 1970-1972
14859 92nd Congress: Military Medical College S 853, 1970-1973
14860 92nd Congress: Military Pay Boost and Armed Aircraft HR 8687, 1971
14861 92nd Congress: Mission and Safety of Apollo 13 Astronauts S Res 388, 1970
14862 92nd Congress: National Amateur Radio Week SJ Res 197, 1970-1975
14863 92nd Congress: National Amateur Sports Foundation S 4038, 1972
14864 92nd Congress: National Commission on Prison Reform S 2939, 1971-1972
14865 92nd Congress: National Information and Resource Center for Handicapped S 41, 1971
14866 92nd Congress: National Law Officers Appreciation Day and Law Day SJ Res 135, SJ Res 169, SJ Res 228, 1971
14867 92nd Congress: Navajo Community College S 2250, 1971
14868 92nd Congress: No Interest on Erroneous IRS Refund S 3152, 1972
14869 92nd Congress: Noise Abatement – Aviation Safety HR 15093, 1972
14870 92nd Congress: Organ Pipe Cactus. National Monument S 2326, 1971-1972
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1491 92nd Congress: Pay for Lawyers in Judge Advocate General Corps, S 704S 2674, 1969-1971
1492 92nd Congress: Permanent Transportation Strike Law S 3232, 1972
1493 92nd Congress: Prayer in Public Schools SJ Res 10, 1970-1974
1494 92nd Congress: Preservation of Historical and Archaeological Data, S 1245, 1971
1495 92nd Congress: Preserving Leave for Prisoners of War S 3416, 1972
1496 92nd Congress: Prohibit Assaults on Law Enforcement Officers S 120, 1971
1497 92nd Congress: Prohibit Most Favored Nation to Iron Curtain Countries S 1691, 1972-1973
1498 92nd Congress: Prohibit Use of Compulsory Union Dues for Political Spending S 325, 1971
1499 92nd Congress: Prohibit Use of Deceased Servicemen Name S 1742, 1971
14910 92nd Congress: Prohibit Use of Interstate Facilities for Advertising, S 428S 429, 1971
14911 92nd Congress: Prohibit Use of Interstate Facilities Including Mails for Advertising S 429, HR 8805, 1971
14912 92nd Congress: Protect Civilian Employees to Prevent Government Invasion of Privacy S 1498, 1971
14913 92nd Congress: Provide for Separate Sessions S 1875, S 3113, 1969-1971
14914 92nd Congress: Radio Free Europe S Res 272, 1971-1972
14915 92nd Congress: Regulate the Dumping of Material in Oceans, Coastal, and Other Waters S 1238, 1971
14916 92nd Congress: Reimburse States for Cost of Extending Welfare to Indians S 2265, 1971
14917 92nd Congress: Relief of Colonel Charles V. Greffet S 2904, 1970-1972
14918 92nd Congress: Relief of Evaristo Lavorin S 2566, 1971
14919 92nd Congress: Relief of Gerald Bull S 3583, 1972-1980
14920 92nd Congress: Renaming CAP as the Carl Hayden Project SJ Res 28, SJ Res 188, 1969-1974
14921 92nd Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitation of Social Security Act S 1902, 1971-1973
14922 92nd Congress: Residential Tax Relief Act S 3747, 1972-1973
14923 92nd Congress: Retired Pay for Reservists Who Served During Emergencies S 2978, 1969-1974
14924 92nd Congress: Revenue Sharing Welfare Alternative S 2037, 1971-1973
14925 92nd Congress: Rural Job Development Ace S 346, 1971
14926 92nd Congress: Salinity Control, Colorado River S 4063, 1972
14927 92nd Congress: Secret Strike Ballot S 2327, 1971
14928 92nd Congress: Senior Citizens Free Entry to Recreational Areas S 1172, 1971-1972
14929 92nd Congress: Separate Sessions for Legislation and Appropriations S Res 73, 1971
14930 92nd Congress: Springfield Armory National Historic Site S 979, S 2977, 1971-1973
14931 92nd Congress: State-U.S.IA Authorization, S 3526, 1972
14932 92nd Congress: Submarine Command Staff Incentive Pay HR 15495, 1969-1972
14933 92nd Congress: Tax Credit, Private Schools S 3536, 1972-1973
14934 92nd Congress: Taylor Grazing Act S 3553, 1972-1973
14935 92nd Congress: Ten Hour, Four Days – No Compensation S 2463, 1971
14936 92nd Congress: U.S. Contributions to United Nations S 536, S 548, 1971
14937 92nd Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1971-1972 (1 of 2)
14938 92nd Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1971-1972 (2 of 2)
14939 92nd Congress: Victims of Kidney Disease S 2813, 1971-1972
14940 92nd Congress: Village Site for Payson Community of Yavapai-Apache Indians S 2422, 1971-1973
14941 92nd Congress: Voluntary Population Control SJ Res 108, 1971-1972
14942 92nd Congress: Voluntary Prayer SJ Res 34, 1961-1971
14943 92nd Congress: Voting Time in Presidential Elections S 1021, 1971-1981
14944 92nd Congress: Water Rights Act S 28, 1969-1971
14945 92nd Congress: Weather Modification Projects S 3515, 1972
14946 92nd Congress: Welfare HR 1, 1972
14947 92nd Congress: Wheat and Food Research S 3276, 1972
14948 92nd Congress: White House Conference on Indian Affairs S 693, S 3163, 1969-1971
14949 92nd Congress: Yavapai-Apache Judgment Funds S 2284, 1971
14950 93rd Congress: Accumulative Leave by Prisoners of War Who Are Civilian Employees S 1221, 1973
14951 93rd Congress: Additional Funds for Army M-16 Rifles and Procurement of Equipment HR 9286, 1973
14952 93rd Congress: Advance Attack on Arthritis S 2854, 1973-1974
14953 93rd Congress: Air Force Reserve-Air National Guard Study HR 9286, 1973
14954 93rd Congress: Amend Constitution to Balance Budget SJ Res 142, 1973
14955 93rd Congress: Amend East-West Trade Bill HR 6767, 1973
14956 93rd Congress: Amend Federal Trade Commission Act S 978, 1973
14957 93rd Congress: Amend Gun Control Act S 576, 1973
14958 93rd Congress: Amend Internal Revenue Code of 1964 S 368, S 3982, 1974
14959 93rd Congress: Amend National Aeronautics and Space Act S 880, S 903, S 151, S 2350, 1973-1974
14960 93rd Congress: Amend National Labor Relations Act S 853, S 3203, 1974
14961 93rd Congress: Amend Preservation of Historical and Archaeological Data S 514, 1973
14962 93rd Congress: Amend Social Security Act S 2958, 1974
14963 93rd Congress: Amend Social Security and Health Care Insurance Act S 444, 1973 (1 of 2)
14964 93rd Congress: Amend Social Security and Health Care Insurance Act S 444, 1974-1976 (2 of 2)
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1501 93rd Congress: Amend Stock Piling Act S 479, 1973
1502 93rd Congress: Amend Title II of Social Security Act to Increase Annual Amount of $3,000 S 1982, 1973
1503 93rd Congress: Amend to Par Value Modification S 929, 1973
1504 93rd Congress: Amendment to Constitution, Open Admissions to Public Schools SJ Res 112, 1971-1972
1505 93rd Congress: Amendment to Organ Pipe National Monument S 2273, 1973
1506 93rd Congress: Amendments to Occupational Safety and Health S 1147, S 1249, 1973
1507 93rd Congress: Appropriations Process Reform S 1648, 1973
1508 93rd Congress: Bilingual Job Training S 414, 1973
1509 93rd Congress: Busing Effective Beginning of School Year S 21, 1973
15010 93rd Congress: Charter for National Pearl Harbor Survivors Association S 1727, 1973
15011 93rd Congress: Compensation for Service-Connected Disabilities, S 1860, 1973-1974
15012 93rd Congress: Criteria for Capital Punishment S 1401, 1973-1974
15013 93rd Congress: Curb Credits to Communist Countries HR 10710, HR 14013, 1974
15014 93rd Congress: Cut in Congressional Salaries S 3913, 1974
15015 93rd Congress: Deduction for Contributors S 372, 1973
15016 93rd Congress: Disapproval of Congressional Pay Raise and Pay Freeze S 372, S Res 144, 1973
15017 93rd Congress: Domestic Summit to Restore Stability S Res 363, 1973
15018 93rd Congress: Donation of Surplus. Federal Property to State and Local Recreational Agencies S 909, 1973
15019 93rd Congress: Equal Rights Day S 1438, 1973
15020 93rd Congress: Equal Social Security Benefits to Working Married Couples S 868, 1973
15021 93rd Congress: Establish a Federal Privacy Board S 3418, 1974
15022 93rd Congress: Establish Standards for Mobile Home Safety S 1348, 1973-1975
15023 93rd Congress: Exemption of Delta Queen from Certain Vessel Laws S 1625, 1973
15024 93rd Congress: Extend Drug Abuse Education Act S 1845, 1973
15025 93rd Congress: Extend Family Planning Program S 1708, 1973-1974
15026 93rd Congress: Extending Life of State Plans Under OSHA S 586, 1973
15027 93rd Congress: Federal Benefits to Aboriginal Groups S 2505, 1973
15028 93rd Congress: Geothermal Energy S 2465, 1972-1973
15029 93rd Congress: Ground and Marine Transportation S 797, 1973
15030 93rd Congress: Herbert Hoover Anniversary S Con Res 79, 1974
15031 93rd Congress: Herbert Hoover Memorial S 1418, 1973-1974
15032 93rd Congress: Homeowners Property Tax Credit S 759, 1973-1975
15033 93rd Congress: Huntington's Disease S 3305, 1974
15034 93rd Congress: Improve…Fiscal Controls in U.S. Government S 40, 1973
15035 93rd Congress: Improve Indian Health Services S 2938, 1974
15036 93rd Congress: Income Tax Reimbursement if Taxpayer Wins Second Audits S 367, S 3272, 1971-1973
15037 93rd Congress: Indian Education Act S 1017, 1973-1974
15038 93rd Congress: Indian Self-Determination and Education Reform Act S 1017, 1973
15039 93rd Congress: Installation of Mid-Air Collision Avoidance Systems S 1610, 1973
15040 93rd Congress: International Air Transportation Fair Competitive Practices Act S 3481, 1974
15041 93rd Congress: Labor Free Speech S 2448, 1973
15042 93rd Congress: Land Use Policy S 268, 1973-1974
15043 93rd Congress: Law Day SJ Res 11, 1973
15044 93rd Congress: Legislative Action Report, 1972-1973
15045 93rd Congress: Military Assistance to Safety and Traffic S 31, 1973
15046 93rd Congress: Minerals on Public Land S 3085, 1973
15047 93rd Congress: NASA Appropriations - Research and Development S 2955, 1973-1974
15048 93rd Congress: National Amateur Sports Foundation S 1690, 1973
15049 93rd Congress: National Cemetery in Arizona S 3527, 1973-1976
15050 93rd Congress: National Check Your Vehicle Emissions SJ Res 61, 1973
15051 93rd Congress: National Hunting and Fishing Day SJ Res 24, 1973
15052 93rd Congress: National Indian Day SJ Res 121, 1973
15053 93rd Congress: Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute S 2424, 1974-1978
15054 93rd Congress: Open Admissions to Public Schools SJ Res 14, 1973
15055 93rd Congress: Opportunities Industrialization Training Centers S 136, 1973
15056 93rd Congress: Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument S 2273, 1973-1975 (1 of 2)
15057 93rd Congress: Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument S 2273, 1973-1975 (2 of 2)
15058 93rd Congress: Pass Through of Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Cost Increases S Res 172, 1973
15059 93rd Congress: Pensions to Widows and Children of WWI S 176, 1973-1974
15060 93rd Congress: Permit Citizens to Buy, Hold-Sell Gold S 395, S 3394, 1972-1973
15061 93rd Congress: Pop Warner Little Scholars S 752S 2509, 1971-1973
15062 93rd Congress: Postal Rates S 411, S 842, 1973-1974
15063 93rd Congress: Prevent FDA from Regulating Safe Vitamins S 3585, 1974
15064 93rd Congress: Privacy of Individuals S 2810, 1973-1974
15065 93rd Congress: Prohibit Food Stamps ... Labor Strike S 408, 1973-1974
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1511 93rd Congress: Prohibit Funds to Enforce OSHA Penalties HR 15580, 1974
1512 93rd Congress: Prohibit Unrestricted Use of Social Security S 2537, 1973-1974
1513 93rd Congress: Protect Civilian Employees of Executive Branch S 1688, 1973
1514 93rd Congress: Protect Constitutional Right of Privacy Concerning Identifiable Information S 2537, S 3418, S 3633 HR 10671, 1971-1976
1515 93rd Congress: Protect Public in Emergency Transportation Disputes S 1003, 1973-1975
1516 93rd Congress: Protection of Rights and Privacy of Parents S 1539, 1974
1517 93rd Congress: Randolph-Sheppard Act Amendments S 2581, 1973
1518 93rd Congress: Reclamation of Page as a Municipality S 767, 1972-1974
1519 93rd Congress: Recognize Menominee Tribe S 1687, 1973
15110 93rd Congress: Reimbursement to Arizona Indians in Medicaid HR 3153, 1973
15111 93rd Congress: Reimburse Taxpayers for Costs of Successful Tax Litigation S 1535, 1973
15112 93rd Congress: Relief of Beryl Payne S 2383, 1973-1974
15113 93rd Congress: Relief of Donald L. Querins S 285, 1973
15114 93rd Congress: Relief of Jack and Barbara Collins S 415, S 3753, 1968-1973
15115 93rd Congress: Relief of Lt. John P. Dunn HR 4448, 1973-1974
15116 93rd Congress: Relief of Major Richard F. Meyer S 2526, S 2910, 1964-1974
15117 93rd Congress: Relief of Wai Wing Ng S 3828, 1974-1976
15118 93rd Congress: Repeal Bread Tax S 1888, 1973
15119 93rd Congress: Repeal Gun Control Act S 651, S652, 1973
15120 93rd Congress: Repeal Wage of Price Controls, 1974
15121 93rd Congress: Residences on Forests Lands S 2708, HR 5901, 1971-1973
15122 93rd Congress: Revise Military Pay Structure for Medical Personnel S 368, 1973
15123 93rd Congress: Rules Governing Armed Services ... S 440, 1973
15124 93rd Congress: Salinity Control of the Colorado River S 1807, 1973-1974
15125 93rd Congress: San Carlos Indian Mineral Strip S 813, S 3915, 1973-1974
15126 93rd Congress: San Carlos Irrigation District S 1937, 1966-1973
15127 93rd Congress: Savings and Loan Associations S 1798, 1973
15128 93rd Congress: Small Business Tax Simplification and Reform Act S 1098, 1974
15129 93rd Congress: Solar Heating and Cooling S 2650, 1973-1974
15130 93rd Congress: Special Pay for Optometrists S 2369, 1973
15131 93rd Congress: Student Privacy S 1539, 1974
15132 93rd Congress: Survivor Benefits Plan S 325, S 3905, 1970-1972 (1 of 2)
15133 93rd Congress: Survivor Benefits Plan S 325, S 3905, 1972-1973 (2 of 2)
15134 93rd Congress: Tax Relief for Condominium Owners S 3786, 1974
15135 93rd Congress: Taylor Grazing Act S 811, 1973-1974
15136 93rd Congress: Tucson Estates – Mineral Exploration and Mining on Private Land S 2590, 1962-1974 (1 of 3)
15137 93rd Congress: Tucson Estates – Mineral Exploration and Mining on Private Land S 2590, 1974 (2 of 3)
15138 93rd Congress: Tucson Estates – Mineral Exploration and Mining on Private Land S 2590, 1974-1976 (3 of 3)
15139 93rd Congress: Uniformed Services Special Pay S 368, 1973
15140 93rd Congress: U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Degree S 1607, 1973
15141 93rd Congress: Use of Water of Certain Streams S 28, 1973
15142 93rd Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1973-1974
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1521 93rd Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1973-1974
1522 93rd Congress: West Point Law Faculty HR 9286, S 1518, 1972-1973 (1 of 2)
1523 93rd Congress: West Point Law Faculty S 1518, 1973-1975 (2 of 2)
1524 94th Congress: Amend Communication Act S 2119, S 3033, HR 7052, 1974-1977
1525 94th Congress: Amend Constitution to Balance Budget SJ Res 55, 1975
1526 94th Congress: Amend Consumer Protection Act S 200, 1975
1527 94th Congress: Amend Education Amendments for the Boys' and Girls' State S 2881, 1976
1528 94th Congress: Amend Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act S 2299, S 2411, 1975
1529 94th Congress: Amend Foreign Assistance Act S 2662, 1976
15210 94th Congress: Amend Voting Rights Act HR 6219, 1975
15211 94th Congress: Amend Voting Rights Act to Repeal Bilingual Voting Law S 3393, 1976
15212 94th Congress: Amendment to the Peace Corps Authorization Bill S 1789, 1972-1975
15213 94th Congress: Amendment to Veterans' Educational Benefits, HR 9576, 1975
15214 94th Congress: American Folklife Center S 1618, S 1844, 1973-1975
15215 94th Congress: Carl Hayden Bust S Res 46, S Res 124, 1975-1977
15216 94th Congress: College and University Second Class Mail Bill S 2015, 1975-1976
15217 94th Congress: Congressional Budget Revisions S Con Res 76, 1975
15218 94th Congress: Cut Civilian Employment of DODS 920, 1975
15219 94th Congress: Equal Access to Courts S 2871, 1976
15220 94th Congress: Exchange of Medical Information between Veterans Administration and Medical Community HR 3348, 1976
15221 94th Congress: Exemption of Sheep Industry from Mobile Housing Regulations S 976, 1975
15222 94th Congress: Federal Aviation Administration as an Independent Agency S 2434, 1975-1977
15223 94th Congress: Food Stamps S 358, S 1993, S 2853, 1975-1976
15224 94th Congress: General Draza Milailovich Monument, S 2135, 1975-1976
15225 94th Congress: General Revenue Sharing S 1625, 1975
15226 94th Congress: Improving Indian Health Programs S 522, 1975-1976
15227 94th Congress: Indian Elementary and Secondary Education Act, S 3558, S 3737, 1976
15228 94th Congress: Karl E. Mundt Gasification Pilot Plant S 1003, S 3863, 1975
15229 94th Congress: Legislative Action Report, 1975-1976
15230 94th Congress: Limiting Incumbents Running for President SJ Res 171, 1976
15231 94th Congress: Lobbying for Certain Tax-Exempt Organizations HR 8021, 1975
15232 94th Congress: National Beta Sigma Phi Week SJ Res 76, 1975-1976
15233 94th Congress: National Cemeteries in Arizona S 404, S 3527, S 3542, 1974-1975
15234 94th Congress: National Indian Day SJ Res 44, 1969-1975
15235 94th Congress: Overseas Citizens Voting Rights Act S 95, 1974-1976
15236 94th Congress: Pay for Military Lawyers S 1362, 1975-1976
15237 94th Congress: Prevent State Taxes in Another State Regarding Electricity S 1957, 1975
15238 94th Congress: Privacy of Federal Income Tax Returns S 199, 1975
15239 94th Congress: Prohibit Backdoor Gun Control S 143, 1975
15240 94th Congress: Provide for More Accurate Congressional Record S Res 215, 1975
15241 94th Congress: Regulatory Reform Bills 2792, 1975-1976
15242 94th Congress: Relief of High Property Taxes S 484, 197-1977
15243 94th Congress: Relief of Linda Anderson S 262, 1975-1976
15244 94th Congress: Remove Means Test on Social Services S 2157, 1975-1976
15245 94th Congress: Residences on Forest Lands 2708, HR 5901, 1974-1975
15246 94th Congress: Tax Exemption for Condominiums S 411, 1975-1976
15247 94th Congress: Tax Payers Rights S 136, S 138, S 405, S 2342, 1973-1976
15248 94th Congress: Various Bill Amendments, 1975-1976
15249 94th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1975-1976 (1 of 3)
15250 94th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1975-1976 (2 of 3)
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1531 94th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1975-1976 (3 of 3)
1532 94th Congress: Various Senate Bills Not Introduced, 1975-1976
1533 94th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1975-1976
1534 94th Congress: Women to Academies S 920, 1975
Removed name as co-sponsor.
1535 94th Congress: Women's Air Force Service Pilots S 1345, S 247, 1974-1975
1536 94th Congress: Women's Air Force Service Pilots S 1345, S 247, 1976
1537 95th Congress: Ak-Chin Water Settlement and Emergency Supply S 1582, 1977
1538 95th Congress: Amateur Sports Act S 2727, 1978
1539 95th Congress: Amend IRS Code for Taxation of Overseas Businesses S 388, 1977
15310 95th Congress: Amend IRS Code for Taxation of Overseas Businesses S 388, 1978
15311 95th Congress: Amend IRS Code ... Tax Treatment of Earned Income S 2576, 1978
15312 95th Congress: Amend IRS Code to Exempt ... State and Local Retirement Systems S 1587, 1977-1978
15313 95th Congress: Amend IRS Code to Provide Pre-1969 Tax Treatment for Capital Gains S 3065, 1978
15314 95th Congress: Amend Navajo Community College Act S 468, 1976-1977
15315 95th Congress: Amend Survivor Benefit Plan S 2856, 1978
15316 95th Congress: Amendment to Deny Veterans' Benefits to Certain Individuals S 1307, 1977
15317 95th Congress: Amendment to Export-Import Bank Act S 3077, 1978
15318 95th Congress: Amendment to Occupational Safety and Health Act S 179, S 180, 1977
15319 95th Congress: Amendment to Panama Canal Treaty, 1977-1978
15320 95th Congress: Amendment to the Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act S 2692, 1978
15321 95th Congress: American Ex-Prisoners of War, Inc. S 1590, 1977-1978
15322 95th Congress: Anti-Union in Military S 274, S 3079, 1976-1978
15323 95th Congress: Chiropractic Services Covered Under Medicare S 76, S 3036, 1977-1979
15324 95th Congress: Civil Service Retirement Credit for Congressional Employees S 1201, 1977-1978
15325 95th Congress: Congressional Review of Agency Rulemaking S 2011, 1977-1978
15326 95th Congress: Control Child Pornography S 1011, S 1585, 1977
15327 95th Congress: Copper Employment and Protection Act S 2124, 1977-1978
15328 95th Congress: Council on Judicial Tenure S 1423, 1977-1978
15329 95th Congress: Curb the Spending Power of the U.S. SJ Res 141, 1978
15330 95th Congress: Disapprove BATF Regulation on Gun Control S Con Res 79, 1978
15331 95th Congress: Eliminate Transfer of Indian Programs S 991, 1978
15332 95th Congress: Equal Access to Courts S 2354, 1977-1978
15333 95th Congress: Equal Access to Courts in Civil Actions S 1001, 1977
15334 95th Congress: Establish Rational Criteria for the Imposition of the Death Sentence S 1382, 1977
15335 95th Congress: Establishment of a Presidential Task Force on MIA's and POW's S Con Res 3, 1977
15336 95th Congress: Ethics Committee Procedural Amendments S 105, 1976-1977
15337 95th Congress: Exemption of Agricultural Aircraft from the Aircraft Use Tax S 196, 1977
15338 95th Congress: Export Amendment S 3075, 1978
15339 95th Congress: Federal Trade Commission Pre-Empting States Regarding Prescriptions S Con Res 77, 1975-1976
15340 95th Congress: Food Stamp Reform S 1295, 1977
15341 95th Congress: Gold Medallion Act S 2843, 1978-1979
15342 95th Congress: Improve Overseas Voting Act S 703, 1976-1978
15343 95th Congress: Indian Education S 1753, 1977-1978
15344 95th Congress: Insure the Quality of Imported Meat S 2343, 1977
15345 95th Congress: Intelligence Reform S 2525, 1978
15346 95th Congress: Ira Eaker Gold Medal S 435S 2093HR 3035, 1975-1978
15347 95th Congress: Irrigated Agriculture and Forestry, 1976-1977
15348 95th Congress: McMicken Dam Repair S 1529, 1977
15349 95th Congress: Medical Freedom of Choice S 1683, 1977-1978
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1541 95th Congress: Military Lawyers Appropriations HR 13635, 1977-1978
1542 95th Congress: Modify South Boundary of Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation S 3002, 1978-1979
1543 95th Congress: Moratorium of Acreage Limit SJ Res 93, 1977 (1 of 2)
1544 95th Congress: Moratorium of Acreage Limit SJ Res 93, 1977-1978 (2 of 2)
1545 95th Congress: National Climate Program Act S 421, S 1980, 1977
1546 95th Congress: National Patriotism Week SJ Res 34, SJ Res 135, 1977-1978
1547 95th Congress: National Water Resources Management Policy S Res 284, 1974-1977
1548 95th Congress: North American Tax Exemption on Deductions for Attendance at Foreign Conventions HR 3477, 1977-1978
1549 95th Congress: Payments to Certain Schools within National Parks S 778, 1977-1978
15410 95th Congress: Permanent Select Committee on Indian Affairs S Res 405, 1977-1978
15411 95th Congress: Permanent Tax Rate Reductions S 1860, 1977
15412 95th Congress: Permit Use of Emergency Locator Transmitters in Airplanes S 145, S 736, S 910, 1974-1977
15413 95th Congress: Postal Service Amendment Act HR 7700, 1978-1979
15414 95th Congress: Postal Rates S842, 1975-1976
15415 95th Congress: Postal Rates S842, 1976-1977
15416 95th Congress: Prevent Federal Usurpation of State Water Resources S 381, 1977
15417 95th Congress: Procedures for Congressional Review of Water Regulations SJ Res 159, 1978
15418 95th Congress: Proposed Revenue Procedures on Private Tax Exempt Schools S 3537, 1978
15419 95th Congress: Provide Representation for District of Columbia SJ Res 65, 1977-1978
15420 95th Congress: Providing for Cost of Living Adjustments HR 13511, 1978
15421 95th Congress: Radio Frequency Interference S 864, 1977-1978 (1 of 4)
15422 95th Congress: Radio Frequency Interference S 864, 1977 (2 of 4)
15423 95th Congress: Radio Frequency Interference S 864, 1978 (3 of 4)
15424 95th Congress: Radio Frequency Interference S 864, 1979 (4 of 4)
15425 95th Congress: Reclamation Law – 160 Acre Limitation S 2867, 1977-1979
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1551 95th Congress: Reconfirmation of Judges After Term of Eight Years SJ Res 19, 1976-1977
1552 95th Congress: Relief of Frederick Po-Shing Chu and Grace Wing-Ping Chu S 37, 1977-1978
1553 95th Congress: Relief of Victor Manuel Heredia-Sanchez S 369, S 376, 1972-1978
1554 95th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitation for Social Security S 146, S 410, 1971-1977 (1 of 5)
1555 95th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitation for Social Security S 146, S 410, 1977 (2 of 5)
1556 95th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitation for Social Security S 146, S 410, 1978 (3 of 5)
1557 95th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitation for Social Security (Background) S 146, S 410, 1949-1977 (4 of 5)
1558 95th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitation for Social Security (Background )S 146, S 410, 1970-1977 (5 of 5)
1559 95th Congress: Repeal of Tax Reform Act to Encourage Exchange of Information HR 3477, HR 10612, S 627, S 842, 1974-1977 (1 of 4)
15510 95th Congress: Repeal of Tax Reform Act to Encourage Exchange of Information HR 3477, HR 10612, S 627, S 842, 1977 (2 of 4)
15511 95th Congress: Repeal of Tax Reform Act to Encourage Exchange of Information HR 3477, HR 10612, S 627, S 842, 1977 (3 of 4)
15512 95th Congress: Repeal of Tax Reform Act to Encourage Exchange of Information HR 3477, HR 10612, S 627, S 842, 1977-1978 (4 of 4)
15513 95th Congress: Repeal of the Gun Control Act S 38, 1977
15514 95th Congress: Residential Property Tax Relief Act S 669, HR 3946, HR 12050, 1975-1978
15515 95th Congress: Restoration of the Ukrainian Orthodox and Catholic Churches S Con Res 92, 1978
15516 95th Congress: Right to Financial Privacy Act S 2096, 1977
15517 95th Congress: Self-Determination of the Baltic States S Con Res 68, 1978
15518 95th Congress: State Veterans Cemeteries S 1556, 1977-1978
15519 95th Congress: Sunset Bill S 2, S 600, S 2925, 1976-1977 (1 of 2)
15520 95th Congress: Sunset Bill S 2, S 600, S 2925, 1977-1978 (2 of 2)
15521 95th Congress: Tax Credit for Literary, Musical, or Artistic Compositions S 1384, 1976-1978
15522 95th Congress: Tax Tuition Credit Act S 2142, 1973-1978 (1 of 2)
15523 95th Congress: Tax Tuition Credit Act S 2142, 1978 (2 of 2)
15524 95th Congress: Telecommunications and Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Science and Transportation S 530, 1976-1978
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1561 95th Congress: Termination of Treaties S Con Res 109, 1978
1562 95th Congress: Transfer of the Child Nutrition Program to the Department of Education S 991, 1978
1563 95th Congress: Tribally Controlled Community College S 1215, 1977-1978
1564 95th Congress: Various Bill Amendments, 1977-1978
1565 95th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1975-1977 (1 of 3)
1566 95th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1977 (2 of 3)
1567 95th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1977 (3 of 3)
1568 95th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1977-1978 (1 of 2)
1569 95th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1978 (2 of 2)
15610 95th Congress: WWI Overseas Flyers Inc. S 2222, 1977-1978
15611 96th Congress: Acreage Limitations S 654, 1979-1980
15612 96th Congress: Airport Noise Abatement S 413, 1979
15613 96th Congress: Amend Administrative Procedure Act S 111, 1979-1980
15614 96th Congress: Amend Communications Act S 2827, 1980
15615 96th Congress: Amend Constitution to Promote Fiscal Responsibility SJ Res 126, 1979-1980
15616 96th Congress: Amend Farm Labor Contractor Registration Act S 2875, 1979-1981
15617 96th Congress: Amend Federal Election Campaign Act S 2325, 1980
15618 96th Congress: Amend Federal Mine Safety and Health Act S 625, 1979-1981
15619 96th Congress: Amend Housing and Community Development Act S 2641, 1980
15620 96th Congress: Amend National Trails Act (General Crook and Beale Wagon Trails) S 1503, 1979-1980
15621 96th Congress: Amend Patents and Inventions S 414, 1979-1980
15622 96th Congress: Amend Public Buildings Act, 1980
15623 96th Congress: Archaeological Resource Protection Act S 490, 1979
15624 96th Congress: Artists Tax Relief S 1078, S 1096, 1979-1980
15625 96th Congress: Catch 92” Veterans Bill, S 92, 1979-1980
15626 96th Congress: Chappie James Memorial SJ Res 95, 1979
15627 96th Congress: Chiropractic Care for Veterans S 196, 1978-1979
15628 96th Congress: Civil Air Patrol Assistance S 1629, 1979
15629 96th Congress: Civil Service Retirement Credit S 1414, 1979
15630 96th Congress: Coast Guard, Lake Havasu HR 4310, 1979-1980
15631 96th Congress: Colorado River Basin Salinity Control Act S 2545,
15632 96th Congress: Congressional Award…Young People S 221, 1977-1979
15633 96th Congress: Congressional Review of Agency Rules, 1979
15634 96th Congress: Construct Hydro-Electric Powerplants ... S 475, 1979
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1571 96th Congress: Consumer Price Index S 2430, 1978-1981
1572 96th Congress: Electronic Mail S 3229, 1978-1980
1573 96th Congress: Encourage Trade Exports S 2718, 1980
1574 96th Congress: Equal Access to Justice Act S 265, 1979-1980
1575 96th Congress: Foreign Convention Tax S 589, S 749, 1975-1981
1576 96th Congress: Improve Federal Firearms Laws S 1862, 1979-1980
1577 96th Congress: Income Tax Rate Indexing S 211, 1979-1980
1578 96th Congress: Incorporate U.S. Submarine Veterans of WWII S 2623, 1979-1980
1579 96th Congress: IRS Imposed Rules for Private Schools S 103, 1978
15710 96th Congress: IRS Imposed Rules for Private Schools S 103, 1979
15711 96th Congress: IRS and Private Schools S 103, 1979-1980
15712 96th Congress: John Wayne Medal S 631, 1979-1980
15713 96th Congress: Make Indian Affairs a Permanent Senate Committee S Res 448, 1980
15714 96th Congress: Mexican Tariff Bill S 1169, 1979
15715 96th Congress: National Export Policy Act S 2773, 1978-1980
15716 96th Congress: National Intelligence Act S 2284, 1980
15717 96th Congress: National Lupus Week SJ Res 99, 1979-1980
15718 96th Congress: National Patriotism Week SJ Res 82, 1979-1981
15719 96th Congress: National Porcelain Art Month SJ Res 115, 1980
15720 96th Congress: Navajo-Hopi Relocation Amendments S 751, S 1077, 1978-1979
15721 96th Congress: Permanent Tax Reductions, S 33, S 34, 1979-1980
15722 96th Congress: Postal Relief for Small Newspapers and Magazines, S 1425, 1979-1980
15723 96th Congress: Proportional Vote Plan SJ Res 28, SJ Res 51, 1979
15724 96th Congress: Public Telecommunications Financing Act S 622, 1978-1979 (1 of 5)
15725 96th Congress: Public Telecommunications Financing Act S 622, 1979 (2 of 5)
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1581 96th Congress: Public Telecommunications Financing Act S 622, 1979 (3 of 5)
1582 96th Congress: Public Telecommunications Financing Act S 622, 1979 (4 of 5)
1583 96th Congress: Public Telecommunications Financing Act S 622, 1980 (5 of 5)
1584 96th Congress: Religious. Freedom in the Ukraine S Con Res 9, 1978-1980
1585 96th Congress: Religious Groups Exempt from Union Dues S 1693, 1979
1586 96th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitations on Social Security S 1287, 1974-1980 (1 of 4)
1587 96th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitations on Social Security S 1287, 1980 (2 of 4)
1588 96th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitations on Social Security S 1287, 1980 (3 of 4)
1589 96th Congress: Repeal Earnings Limitations on Social Security (Background) S 1287, 1978-1980 (4 of 4)
15810 96th Congress: Restore Cost of Living for Federal Retirees S Con Res, 1979-1980
15811 96th Congress: Restore Lands to Colorado River Indian Reservation S 2317, 1974-1980
15812 96th Congress: Restore Saturday Service to Postal Delivery HR 826, 1980
15813 96th Congress: Soft Drink Interbrand Act S 598, 1979-1980
15814 96th Congress: Stimulation of Economy through Increased Savings ... S 1597, 1979
15815 96th Congress: Survivor Benefit Plan S 91, 1979-1980
15816 96th Congress: Taxpayers Bill of Rights Act S 955, 1979-1980
15817 96th Congress: Termination of Treaties S Con Res 2, 1977-1979 (1 of 3)
15818 96th Congress: Termination of Treaties S Con Res 2, 1979-1980 (2 of 3)
15819 96th Congress: Termination of Treaties (Background) S Con Res 2, 1978-1979 (3 of 3)
15820 96th Congress: Transfer of Federal Lands to States S 1680, 1979-1981
15821 96th Congress: Unemployment Benefits to Certain Partially Unemployed Workers S 3022, 1980
15822 96th Congress: United States-Mexico Good Neighbor Act S 1427, 1979-1980
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1591 96th Congress: Various Bill Amendments, 1979-1980 (1 of 2)
1592 96th Congress: Various Bill Amendments, 1979-1980 (2 of 2)
1593 96th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1979 (1 of 5)
1594 96th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1979 (2 of 5)
1595 96th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1979-1980 (3 of 5)
1596 96th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1978-1980 (4 of 5)
1597 96th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1979-1980 (5 of 5)
1598 96th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1979 (1 of 3)
1599 96th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1979-1980 (2 of 3)
15910 96th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1979-1980 (3 of 3)
15911 96th Congress: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund SJ Res 119, 1979-1980
15912 97th Congress: Amateur Radio S 929, 1981
15913 97th Congress: Amend Constitution for Federal Fiscal Decision Making Procedures SJ Res 58, 1982
15914 97th Congress: Amend Dam Safety Act S 956, 1981-1982
15915 97th Congress: Amend Educational Audits HR 3512, 1981
15916 97th Congress: Amend Federal Trade Commission Act S 1984, 1981-1982
15917 97th Congress: Amend Foreign Corrupt Practices Act S 708, 1980-1981
15918 97th Congress: Amend IRS Code…Exclusion of Earned Income from Sources Outside the U.S. S 598, 1981
15919 97th Congress: Amend IRS Code ... Gift Tax Equity S 395, 1981
15920 97th Congress: Amend Tariff Act S 3015, 1981-1982
15921 97th Congress: Amend Uniformed Survivors Benefits Amendments S 611, 1981
15922 97th Congress: Arid Lands Renewable Resources Corporation S 1462, 1981
15923 97th Congress: Arthritis Institute S 1939, 1981-1983
15924 97th Congress: Artists Tax Equity and Donation Act S 2225, 1982
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1601 97th Congress: Business Use and Rental of Homes S 31, 1981-1982
1602 97th Congress: Cable Telecommunications Act S 2172, 1982
1603 97th Congress: Catch 62 S 46, 1981-1982
1604 97th Congress: Charter for WWII Submarine Veterans S 195, 1981
1605 97th Congress: Coal Slurry Pipeline S 1844, 1981-1982 (1 of 2)
1606 97th Congress: Coal Slurry Pipeline S 1844, 1982 (2 of 2)
1607 97th Congress: Common Carrier Amendments S 898, 1979-1981 (1 of 2)
1608 97th Congress: Common Carrier Amendments S 898, 1981 (2 of 2)
1609 97th Congress: Consumer Price Index S 463, 1981
16010 97th Congress: Debt Collection Owed to U.S. S 1249, 1981-1982
16011 97th Congress: Delinquent Payments Act S 1131, 1981-1982
16012 97th Congress: Emergency Interest Reduction Payments S 2226, 1982
16013 97th Congress: Establish Free Enterprise Postage Stamp S 455, 1981
16014 97th Congress: Export Trade Service 144, 1981
16015 97th Congress: Fish Restoration Act S 546, 1981
16016 97th Congress: Freedom of Religion in the Ukraine S Con Res 18, 1980-1981
16017 97th Congress: Free Market Gold Coinage Act S 1704, 1981
16018 97th Congress: Further Development by the Smithsonian Institution S 778, 1981
16019 97th Congress: GI Education Assistance Act S 25, 1981
16020 97th Congress: Gun Control S 1030, 1981 (1 of 2)
16021 97th Congress: Gun Control S 1030, 1982 (2 of 2)
16022 97th Congress: Highway Safety Programs S 2158, 1982
16023 97th Congress: Hobbs Act S 613, 1981-1982
16024 97th Congress: Improve Regulatory Act S 1080, 1981-1982
16025 97th Congress: Increase the Income Tax Exclusion of Dividends and Interest Received by Individuals S 492, 1981
16026 97th Congress: International Record Carrier Competition Act S 271, 1981
16027 97th Congress: Limiting Total Outlays of Government SJ Res 45, SJ Res 54, 1981
16028 97th Congress: Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act S 1215, 1981
16029 97th Congress: Mine Safety S 568, S 1423, 1981
16030 97th Congress: National Beta Sigma Phi Week SJ Res 75, 1981
16031 97th Congress: National Export Policy S 969, 1981
16032 97th Congress: National Medical Laboratory Week SJ Res 178, 1982
16033 97th Congress: National Nurse-Midwifery Week SJ Res 67, 1981
16034 97th Congress: National Patriotism Week SJ Res 34SJ Res 234, 1980-1982
16035 97th Congress: National Respiratory Therapy Week SJ Res 193, 1982
16036 97th Congress: National Tourism Policy Act S 304, 1981
16037 97th Congress: Navajo-Hopi Land Exchange S 1795, 1981-1982
Includes maps and photos.
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1611 97th Congress: Papago Indian Water Rights S 2114, 1982
1612 97th Congress: Promote Development of Native American Culture and Art S 792, 1981
1613 97th Congress: Public Land Reform Act S 1245, 1981-1982
1614 97th Congress: Radio Deregulation Act S 270, 1981-1982
1615 97th Congress: Reclamation Reform S 1867, 1981-1983
1616 97th Congress: Reform Laws Relating to Former Presidents S 1325, 1981-1982
1617 97th Congress: Regulatory Reduction and Congressional Control Act S 890, 1981
1618 97th Congress: Reinstate Gold Dollar S 6, 1981-1982
1619 97th Congress: Relief of Dorothy Meserve Kunhardt S 1309, 1981
16110 97th Congress: Relief of Samuel Leung S 549, 1976-1981
16111 97th Congress: Relief of Soviet Pentecostals in American Embassy S 312, 1981-1982
16112 97th Congress: Repeal Davis-Bacon Act S 1505, 1981-1982
16113 97th Congress: Repeal Earnings Test for Social Security S 259, 1979-1982
16114 97th Congress: Restore Certain Lands to the Colorado Indian Reservation S 1652, 1981
16115 97th Congress: Right to Life Amendment SJ Res 17, 1981
16116 97th Congress: Secure the Return to Freedom of Raoul Wallenberg SJ Res 65, 1981
16117 97th Congress: Short-time Unemployment Pay S 2724, 1982
16118 97th Congress: Summary of Legislation for 97th Congress, 1981-1982
16119 97th Congress: Television Broadcasting Stations S 601, 1981
16120 97th Congress: Temporary Worker's Visa Program S 47, 1981
16121 97th Congress: Treaty Termination Procedures SJ Res 31, 1981
16122 97th Congress: Tuition Tax Credit S 550, 1981
16123 97th Congress: Various Bill Amendments, 1981-1982
16124 97th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1981 (1 of 5)
16125 97th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1981 (2 of 5)
16126 97th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1981 (3 of 5)
16127 97th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1981-1982 (4 of 5)
16128 97th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1982 (5 of 5)
16129 97th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1981-1982 (1 of 4)
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1621 97th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1981-1982 (2 of 4 )
1622 97th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1981-1982 (3 of 4)
1623 97th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1981-1982 (4 of 4)
1624 97th Congress: Veterans' and Service Members' Education Benefits Act S 7, 1981
1625 97th Congress: Violent Crime and Drug Trafficking S 2572, 1982
1626 97th Congress: Yuma Water U.S. S 698, 1981-1982
1627 98th Congress: Amend Export-Import Bank Act S 852, 1983
1628 98th Congress: Amend Social Security Act ... Earnings Limitations S 276, 1983
1629 98th Congress: Anti-Dumping S 539, 1982-1983
16210 98th Congress: Appropriations for the Corporation of Public Broadcasting S 1084, HJ Res 648, 1984-1985
16211 98th Congress: Arthritis Institute Bill S 540, S 773, 1983-1984
16212 98th Congress: Budget Repeal Act S 1783, 1983-1985
16213 98th Congress: Cable Telecommunications Act S 66, 1983-1985
16214 98th Congress: Coal Slurry Pipeline S 267, 1983
16215 98th Congress: Election Campaign Expenditure Limits Act S 1684, 1983
16216 98th Congress: Election Campaign Expenditure Limits Act S 1684, 1984
16217 98th Congress: Eliminate Willful Interference with Communications, S 2975, 1984
16218 98th Congress: Establishment of the National Historical Intelligence Museums S Con Res 28, S Res 267, 1983
16219 98th Congress: Foreign Investment Real Property Tax Act S 1915, 1983-1984 (1 of 3)
16220 98th Congress: Foreign Investment Real Property Tax Act S 1915, 1984 (2 of 3)
16221 98th Congress: Foreign Investment Real Property Tax Act (Background) S 1915, 1976-1984 (3 of 3)
16222 98th Congress: Foreign Ownership of Cable TV Stations S 2282, 1984
16223 98th Congress: Gun Control Amendments S 914, 1983-1984
16224 98th Congress: In-Flight Medical Emergencies Act S 314, 1983-1984
16225 98th Congress: Intelligence Authorization Act S 2713, 1984
16226 98th Congress: Jukebox Fees S 1734, 1984
16227 98th Congress: Legislative Summary 98th Congress, 1983-1984
16228 98th Congress: Limitations on Charitable Contributions S 427, 1982-1984
16229 98th Congress: Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act S 1680, 1983-1984
16230 98th Congress: Manufacturing Sciences and Technology Research and Development Act S 1286, 1983-1984
16231 98th Congress: Moratorium on Syndication Changes S 1707, 1983-1984
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1631 98th Congress: National Productivity and Innovation Act S 1841, 1983-1984
1632 98th Congress: Patent Term Restoration Act S 1306, 1983
1633 98th Congress: Payson, AZ Land Conveyance S 598, 1983-1984
1634 98th Congress: Product Liability Act S 44, 1983-1984 (1 of 2)
1635 98th Congress: Product Liability Act S 44, 1983-1985 (2 of 2)
1636 98th Congress: Reform Laws Relating to Other Presidents S 563, 1983-1984
1637 98th Congress: Regulate the Manufacture and Importation of Armor Piercing Ammunition S 2766, 1984
1638 98th Congress: Relief of George K. Jue S 2886, 1984
1639 98th Congress: Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation S 1686, HR 2910, 1983
16310 98th Congress: Satellite Scrambling S 2437, 1984-1985
16311 98th Congress: Satellite Viewing Rights S 2437, 1981-1984
16312 98th Congress: Taxpayers Bill of Rights Act S 2243, 1984
16313 98th Congress: Union Dues for Campaign Support S 1333, 1983-1984
16314 98th Congress: Universal Telephone Service Preservation S 1660, 1981-1983 (1 of 2)
16315 98th Congress: Universal Telephone Service Preservation S 1660, 1983-1984 (2 of 2)
16316 98th Congress: Volunteer Amateur Radio Exams S 2046, 1983
16317 98th Congress: Various Bill Amendments, 1983-1984
16318 98th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1983 (1 of 4)
16319 98th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1983 (2 of 4)
16320 98th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1983-1984 (3 of 4)
16321 98th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1984 (4 of 4)
16322 98th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1983 (1 of 2)
16323 98th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1983-1984 (2 of 2)
16324 99th Congress: Amateur Radio Antennas S Res 36, 1985
16325 99th Congress: Amend the Agricultural Act S 2721, 1986
16326 99th Congress: Amend the Federal Campaign Act S 1563, 1985-1986
16327 99th Congress: Anasazi Site in Petrified Forest S 488, 1985
16328 99th Congress: Appropriations for the Corporation of Public Broadcasting S 1084, 1985
16329 99th Congress: Arthritis Institute S 425, 1985-1986
16330 99th Congress: Balanced Budget Amendment SJ Res 13, 1985
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1641 99th Congress: Carl Hayden Bust (includes dedication) S Con Res 7, 1983-1986
1642 99th Congress: Clean Campaign Act S 1310, 1985
1643 99th Congress: Defense Authorization (Earmarks for Universities) S 1160, 1985-1986
1644 99th Congress: Department of Defense Authorization (Congressional Record), 1986
1645 99th Congress: Department of Defense Reorganization Act (Goldwater-Nichols Act) S 2295, 1986
1646 99th Congress: Designated Smoking Areas in Federal Buildings S 1440, S 1937, 1985-1986
1647 99th Congress: Expressing Condolences to the Goldwater Family S Res 273, 1985
1648 99th Congress: Expand the Smithsonian (Dulles) S 1311, 1985-1986
1649 99th Congress: Federal Election Campaign Act S 1806, 1985-1986
16410 99th Congress: Improve Debt Collection S 2620, 1986
16411 99th Congress: In-Flight Medical Emergencies Act S 63, 1985
16412 99th Congress: Limit Campaign Spending S 59, 1972-1986
16413 99th Congress: List of Sponsored Bills 99th Congress, 1985-1986
16414 99th Congress: Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act S 412, 1983-1986
16415 99th Congress: Product Liability (Aviation) S 100, 1985-1986
16416 99th Congress: Regulation of Home Satellite Antennas SJ Res 35, 1984-1985 (1 of 3)
16417 99th Congress: Regulation of Home Satellite Antennas SJ Res 35, 1985 (2 of 3)
16418 99th Congress: Regulation of Home Satellite Antennas SJ Res 35, 1985-1986 (3 of 3)
16419 99th Congress: Relief of Anne J. Brusselmans S 683, 1985
16420 99th Congress: Repeal Foreign Investment Real Property Tax Act S 195, HR 2763, 1984-1986
16421 99th Congress: Rights of Gun Owners S 49, 1985-1986
16422 99th Congress: Satellite Scrambling S 2290, 1986
16423 99th Congress: Termination of Defense and Security Treaties S Res 40, 1983-1985
16424 99th Congress: Various Bill Amendments, 1985-1986
16425 99th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1985 (1 of 4)
16426 99th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1985-1986 (2 of 4)
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1651 99th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1985-1986 (3 of 4)
1652 99th Congress: Various Senate Bills, 1986 (4 of 4)
1653 99th Congress: Various Senate Resolutions, 1985-1986
Sub-Series B: Congressional Record Excerpts
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1654 83rd-89th Congress: Congressional Record Index (Goldwater Statements, Remarks, Bills), 1953-1959
1655 91st-95th Congress: Congressional Record Index (Goldwater Statements, Remarks, Bills, Testimonies), 1969 September 29-1977 November 3
1656 95th-99th Congress: Congressional Record Index (Goldwater Statements, Remarks, Bills, Testimonies), 1977 November 15-1986 November 6
1657 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953 January 3-May 19
1658 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953 May 20-August 14
1659 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1954 January 12-May 12
16510 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1954 May 18-August 14
16511 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955 January 6-April 28
16512 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955 May 16-August 25
16513 84th Congress, 2nd Session, 1956 January 3-March 5
16514 84th Congress, 2nd Session, 1956 March 6-July 7
16515 84th Congress, 2nd Session, 1956 July 11-July 28
16516 85th Congress, 1st Session, 1957 January 17-May 2
16517 85th Congress, 1st Session, 1957 May 8-July 12
16518 85th Congress, 1st Session, 1957 July 17-September 11
16519 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958 January 9-April 21
16520 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958 April 23-June 14
16521 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958 June 16-August 21
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1661 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 January 7-March 20
1662 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 March 23-May 5
1663 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 June 8-August 5
1664 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 August 6-October 2
1665 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 1960 January 6-March 24
1666 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 1960 March 28-June 18
1667 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 1960 June 20-September 16
1668 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961 January 5-April 20
1669 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961 April 24-July 14
16610 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961 July 7-August 11
16611 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961 August 16-October 17
16612 87th Congress, 2nd Session, 1962 January 22-June 8
16613 87th Congress, 2nd Session, 1962 June 11-October 12
16614 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963 January 9-March 26
16615 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963 April 1-June 20
16616 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963 June 24-September 12
16617 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963 September 16-December 19
16618 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1964 January 3-June 19
16619 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1964 June 22-August 21
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1671 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1964 August 31-October 23
1672 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970 February 17
1673 95th Congress, 1st Session, 1977 June 10-December 6
1674 95th Congress, 2nd Session, 1978 January 1-April 20
1675 95th Congress, 2nd Session, 1978 April 27-June 8
1676 95th Congress, 2nd Session, 1978 June 26-October 7
1677 96th Congress, 1st Session, 1979 February 5-July 18
1678 96th Congress, 1st Session, 1979 July 19-December 13
1679 96th Congress, 2nd Session, 1980 January 28-December 2
16710 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 January 22-February 6
16711 Congressional Record Excerpts, Undated
Sub-Series C: Voting Record
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16712 83rd-89th Congress, 1953-1964
16713 83rd Congress, 1st Session, 1953 January 7-July 30
16714 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1954 January 13-July 26
16715 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1954 July 27-December 2
16716 84th Congress, 1st Session, 1955 January 14-August 2
16717 84th Congress, 2nd Session, 1956 January 25-July 28
16718 85th Congress, 1st Session, 1957 January-August 29
16719 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958 February 3-June 20
16720 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 1958 June 27-August 23
16721 Amendments to Save Money on Spending Bills, 1959
16722 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 January 7-June 25
16723 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 June 29-September 14
16724 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 1960 January 19-May 2
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1681 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 1960 May 3-September 1
1682 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961 January 11-September 26
1683 87th-88th Congress, 1964 January 23, 1962-July 8
1684 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 January 21-December 20
From the Senate Republican Conference and the Senate Republican Policy Committee; includes Stephen Shadegg and Terry Emerson correspondence.
1685 94th Congress, 2nd Session, 1976 January 22-May 26
1686 95th Congress, 1st Session, 1977 January 14-December 15
From the Senate Republican Conference.
1687 96th Congress, 1st Session, 1979 January 15-December 21
From the Senate Republican Conference.
1688 96th Congress, 2nd Session, 1980 January 22-October 2
From the Senate Republican Conference.
1689 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 January 5-October 31
16810 97th Congress, 2nd Session, 1982 January 25-December 23
16811 98th Congress, 1st Session, 1983 January 3-November 11
16812 99th Congress, 1st Session, 1985 January 3-November 32
16813 99th Congress, 2nd Session, 1986 January 21-October 18
16814 Voting Record by: Categories, 1965-1970 (1 of 2)
16815 Voting Record by: Categories, 1965-1970 (2 of 2)
16816 Voting Record by: Categories, 1975
16817 Voting Record by: The Week, 1975 February 14-June 6
From the Senate Republican Policy Committee.
16818 Arizona Substantive Vote Attendance Record, 1969-1973 (1 of 2)
16819 Arizona Substantive Vote Attendance Record, 1969-1973 (2 of 2)
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1691 Comparative Voting Record (Goldwater, Humphrey, Johnson), 1948-1964
1692 Public Record of Barry Goldwater (Congressional Quarterly Special Report), 1963
1693 Voting Attendance Record, 1974-1976
Sub-Series D: Record Vote Analysis
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1694 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 January 7-June 17
1695 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 June 18-July 23
1696 86th Congress, 1st Session, 1959 July 27-September 14
1697 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961 January 11-July 12
1698 87th Congress, 1st Session, 1961 July 14-September 26
1699 87th Congress, 2nd Session, 1962 January 23-August 8
16910 87th Congress, 2nd Session, 1962 August 9-October 5
16911 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963 January 31-August 9
16912 88th Congress, 1st Session, 1963 August 14-December 30
16913 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1964 January 14-June 11
16914 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1964 June 12-July 8
16915 88th Congress, 2nd Session, 1964 July 20-October 2
16916 91st Congress, 1st Session, 1969 January 6-August 7
16917 91st Congress, 1st Session, 1969 August 11-November 13
16918 91st Congress, 1st Session, 1969 November 21-December 10
16919 91st Congress, 1st Session, 1969 December 11-22
16920 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970 January 20-April 9
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1701 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970 April 13-August 21
1702 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970 August 24-October 13
1703 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970 November 1-December 30
1704 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971 February 1-June 4
1705 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971 June 7-July 27
1706 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971 July 28-September 30
1707 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971 October 1-November 12
1708 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971 November 13-22
1709 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971 November 23-December 17
17010 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972 January 20-March 1, 1972
17011 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972 March 2-May 5
17012 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972 May 10-June 30
17013 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972 July 18-August 10
17014 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972 August 11-September 19
17015 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972 September 20-October 17
17016 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 January 23-April 3
17017 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 April-June 7
17018 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 June 8-30
17019 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 July 9-September 10
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1711 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 November 16-December 21
1712 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 January 21-March 6
1713 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 March 7-April 11
1714 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 April 23-May 30
1715 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 June 3-27
1716 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 July 8-31
1717 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 August 1-October 9
1718 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 October 10-December 20
1719 94th Congress, 1st Session, 1975 January 27-March 20
17110 94th Congress, 1st Session, 1975 March 21-May 8
17111 94th Congress, 1st Session, 1975 May 12-June 27
17112 94th Congress, 1st Session, 1975 July 8-30
17113 94th Congress, 1st Session, 1975 July 31-November 11
17114 94th Congress, 1st Session, 1975 November 12-December 19
17115 94th Congress, 2nd Session, 1976 January 22-March 23
17116 94th Congress, 2nd Session, 1976 March 24-May 28
17117 94th Congress, 2nd Session, 1976 June 2-28
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1721 94th Congress, 2nd Session, 1976 July 1-30
1722 94th Congress, 2nd Session, 1977 August 2-September 10, 1976
1723 94th Congress, 2nd Session, 1977 September 13-October 1, 1976
1724 95th Congress, 1st Session, 1977 January 14-April 26
1725 95th Congress, 1st Session, 1977 April 27-June 14
1726 95th Congress, 1st Session, 1977 June 15-September 9
1727 95th Congress, 1st Session, 1977 September 12-October 28
1728 95th Congress, 1st Session, 1977 October 29-December 15
1729 95th Congress, 2nd Session, 1978 January 23-May 15
17210 97th Congress, 1981 (1 of 2)
From the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
17211 97th Congress, 1981 (2 of 2)
From the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
17212 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 January 20-April 29
17213 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 May 5-June 25
17214 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 July 7-August 10
17215 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 September 10-October 30
17216 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 November 2-November 30
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1731 97th Congress, 1st Session, 1981 December 1-December 16
1732 97th Congress, 2nd Session, 1982 February 2-March 31
1733 97th Congress, 2nd Session, 1982 April 14-May 27
1734 97th Congress, 2nd Session, 1982 June 9-June 29
1735 97th Congress, 2nd Session, 1982 August 3-August 20
1736 97th Congress, 2nd Session, 1982 September 9-December 23
1737 98th Congress, 1st Session, 1983 February 1-May 25
1738 98th Congress, 1st Session, 1983 July 16-October 25
1739 Voting Analysis: Civil Rights, 1960 (1 of 3)
17310 Voting Analysis: Civil Rights, 1960 (2 of 3)
17311 Voting Analysis: Civil Rights, 1960 (3 of 3)
17312 Voting Analysis: Close Vote Study, 1973
17313 Voting Analysis: Roll Call Vote Report (Republican National Committee), 1979
17314 Voting Analysis: Roll Call Vote Report (Republican National Committee), 1980
17315 Voting Analysis: Roll Call Vote Report, 1985
Sub-Series E: Legislative Activities
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17316 Final Legislative Report, 1971
17317 Compilation of Bills Sponsored and Co-Sponsored, 1953-1975, 1975
17318 95th Congress: Legislative Activities, 1978 January 3-October 21
17319 96th-97th Congress: Legislative Activities, 1979 January 15-1981 January 3
17320 97th Congress: Legislative Activities, 1981 January 3-1982 January 29
17321 97th Congress: Legislative Activities, 1981 January 3-1982 November 9 (Volume II; Sections III-VII)
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1741 98th Congress: Legislative Activities, 1983 January 3-1984 October 12
1742 99th Congress: Legislative Activities, 1985 January 3-April 20
Sub-Series F: Legislative Fragments (83rd-89th Congress)
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1743 83rd Congress: Buttes Dam S 694, 1954
1744 84th Congress: Bridge Canyon Dam, 1956
1745 84th Congress: Buttes Dam S 694, 1955-1956 (1 of 2)
1746 84th Congress: Buttes Dam S 694, 1956 (2 of 2)
1747 84th Congress: Cripple Creek Coal Company, Bidding for Defense Department, Coal Supplies, 1956
1748 84th Congress: Fort McDowell Mohave Tribe, 1956
1749 84th Congress: Gila River Basin and San Carlos Flood Control S 3686, Committee on Public Works, 1956
17410 84th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, 1956
17411 84th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, Townsite Location, 1956
17412 84th Congress: Grand Canyon Park and Nature (Monument Revised Boundaries) S 693, 1956
17413 84th Congress: Hell's Canyon Project Hearings, 1955
17414 84th Congress: Highway Act of Federal Aid S 1136, 1956
17415 84th Congress: Highway, Fredonia-Hurricane, Utah, 1956
17416 84th Congress: Hopi Tribe Council Investigation, 1960
17417 84th Congress: Papago Reservation Study S J Res 182, 1955
17418 84th Congress: Roosevelt Dam, Changing Name to Theodore Roosevelt Dam "Booklet" by Charles F. Clarke, 1956
17419 85th Congress: Arizona Land Exchange, Public for Private Land, 1957-1958
17420 85th Congress: Arizona-New Mexico, Local Air Service, 1957
17421 85th Congress: Bridge Canyon Dam, 1957-1958
17422 85th Congress: Buttes Dam S 694, 1957-1958 (1 of 2)
17423 85th Congress: Buttes Dam S 694, 1957-1958 (2 of 2)
17424 85th Congress: Buttes Dam, Feasibility Reports, 1961
Includes letter from the Secretary of Interior and Insular Affairs, 1949.
17425 85th Congress: California-Arizona Water Dispute, 1957-1958
17426 85th Congress: Colorado River Channelization, 1958
17427 85th Congress: Copper Tariff Laws, S 4011, 1957-1958 (1 of 2)
17428 85th Congress: Copper Tariff Laws S 4011, 1957-1958 (2 of 2)
17429 85th Congress: Copper Tariff Laws, "Related Material" S 2998, 1958 (1 of 2)
17430 85th Congress: Copper Tariff Laws, "Related Material" S 2998, 1958 (2 of 2)
17431 85th Congress: Correspondence, Central Arizona Project, 1957-1958
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1751 85th Congress: Cripple Creek Coal Company, Bidding for Defense Department, Coal Supplies, Department of Navy and Interior and Insular Affairs, 1957-1958
1752 85th Congress: Dallas Service Case, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1958
1753 85th Congress: Fort Bowie National Monument S 939, 1957-1958
1754 85th Congress: Frontier Airlines Route Expansion to Arizona, 1958
1755 85th Congress: Gila River Basin and San Carlos Flood Control S 3686 Committee on Public Works, 1957
1756 85th Congress: Gila River Basin and San Carlos Flood Control S 3686 Committee on Public Works, 1958
1757 85th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, 1957-1958
1758 85th Congress: Grand Canyon Park and Nature (Monument Revised Boundaries) S 693, 1957
1759 85th Congress: Hell's Canyon Project Hearings, Interior and Insular Affairs and Insular Affairs S 1333, 1957-1958
17510 85th Congress: Highway Act of 1956, Federal Aid, 1957-1958
17511 85th Congress: Highway, Fredonia-Hurricane, Utah, Rural Electrification Administration, 1957-1958
17512 85th Congress: Hopi Tribal Council Investigation, 1957-1958
17513 85th Congress: Hubbell Trading Post S 552, 1957-1958
17514 85th Congress: Interstate Highway 10, 1958
17515 85th Congress: Kitt Peak Observatory S 4167, 1957-1958
17516 85th Congress: Labor, Goldwater Statement, 1958
17517 85th Congress: Navajo Information File, 1957
17518 85th Congress: Page-Glen Canyon Air Service, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1958
17519 85th Congress: Painted Rock Dam S 1437, 1957-1958
Includes Dean Burch correspondence, 1950.
17520 85th Congress: Papago Reservation Study S J Res 182, 1958
17521 85th Congress: Patent Office Investigation, 1958
17522 85th Congress: Rainbow Bridge and Trail, 1958
17523 85th Congress: "Reflections of a Tribal Attorney" by Norman L. Littell, 1957
17524 85th Congress: Safford Site for Government Plant for Demineralization of Brackish and Saline Waters, 1958
17525 85th Congress: San Carlos "Mineral Strip" Indians vs. Ranchers, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1957-1958
17526 85th Congress: Santa Fe Union Dispute, National Mediation Board, 1957
17527 85th Congress: State Water Laws S 497, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1958
17528 85th Congress: Superstition Mountain Area of Tonto National Forest Aztec Land Exchange, 1958
17529 85th Congress: Tucson Missile (ICBM Sites), Correspondence For and Against Fallout and Blast Studies for the Area, 1958
17530 86th Congress: Arizona Land Exchange, Public for Private Land, 1959
17531 86th Congress: Arizona and Nevada Establish Boundary Line S 133, 1960
17532 86th Congress: Arizona-New Mexico, Local Air Service, 1959
17533 86th Congress: Bisbee-Douglas Airline Routes, American Airlines, 1959
17534 86th Congress: Bonanza Airlines, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1959
17535 86th Congress: Bracero Program, Public Law 78, 1959
17536 86th Congress: Bridge Canyon Dam, 1959-1960
17537 86th Congress: Buttes Dam, Feasibility Reports, 1959-1960
17538 86th Congress: California-Arizona Water Dispute, 1959-1960
17539 86th Congress: Camelback Dam, 1960
17540 86th Congress: Cattle Import Quota, 1960
17541 85th Congress, Chronological Index of Major Legislation, 1959
17542 86th Congress: Colorado River Channelization, 1959-1960
17543 86th Congress: Colorado River Resource Planning S 1590, 1960
17544 86th Congress: Colorado River Storage Basin: Upper Public or Private, Construction of Storage Line, 1960-1961
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1761 86th Congress: Colorado River Storage Project, 1960 (1 of 2)
1762 86th Congress: Colorado River Storage Project, 1960 (2 of 2)
1763 86th Congress: Correspondence, Central Arizona Project, 1959
1764 86th Congress: Correspondence, Central Arizona Project, 1960
1765 86th Congress: Cripple Creek Coal Company, Bidding for Defense Department, Coal Supplies, 1959
1766 86th Congress: Cuba Information, General Correspondence, 1960
1767 86th Congress: Dallas Service Case, 1959
1768 86th Congress: D'Apolinio, Frank, 1960
1769 86th Congress: Earl Edward-Land Exchange HR8165, 1960
17610 86th Congress: FCC Licensing-Gila Broadcasting Company, 1960
17611 86th Congress: Flagstaff Airport Information File, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1960
17612 86th Congress: Fort Bowie National Monument S 939, 1959-1960
17613 86th Congress: Frontier Airlines Route Expansion to Arizona, 1959-1960
17614 86th Congress: Gila River Basin and San Carlos Flood Control, 1959-1960
17615 86th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, 1959
17616 86th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, 1960
17617 86th Congress: Grand Canyon Park and Nature (Monument Revised Boundaries) S 693, 1959
17618 86th Congress: Highway Fredonia-Hurricane, Utah, Rural Electrification Administration, 1959
17619 86th Congress: Highway Interstate 40 to Kingman, 1960
17620 86th Congress: Hoover Dam, Operation and Impairment Cost, 1960
17621 86th Congress: Hopi Tribal Council Investigation, 1959-1960
17622 86th Congress: Hubbell Trading Post S 552, 1960
17623 86th Congress: Indian Claims Commission Department, 1960
17624 86th Congress: Interstate Highway 10, 1959-1960
17625 86th Congress: Kino, Father Statue, 1960
Includes "Compilation of Works of Art in the United States Capitol".
17626 86th Congress: Kitt Peak Observatory S 4167, 1959-1960
17627 86th Congress: Maricopa County Flood Control, Army Corps of Engineers, 1959-1960
17628 86th Congress: Navajo Information File, 1960
17629 86th Congress: Navajo Land Exchange S 3754, 1958
17630 86th Congress: Pacific Northwest-California Power Intertie, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1960
17631 86th Congress: Page-Glen Canyon Air Service, 1959
17632 86th Congress: Painted Rock Dam S 1437, 1960
17633 86th Congress: Papago Reservation Study S J Res 182, 1959-1960
17634 86th Congress: Patent Office Investigation, 1959
17635 86th Congress: Quechan Indian Tribe, 1959-1960
17636 86th Congress: Rainbow Bridge and Trail, 1959-1960
17637 86th Congress: Reclamation Bridge S 809, 1960
17638 86th Congress: Roosevelt Dam, Changing Name to Theodore Roosevelt Dam, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1959
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1771 86th Congress: Safford Site for Government Plant for Demineralization of Brackish and Saline Waters, 1959-1960
1772 86th Congress: San Carlos Apache Indian Tribe: Obtaining Surplus Government Machinery, 1959-1960
1773 86th Congress: San Carlos "Mineral Strip" Indians vs. Ranchers, 1958-1960 (1 of 2)
1774 86th Congress: San Carlos "Mineral Strip" Indians vs. Ranchers, 1959-1960 (2 of 2)
1775 86th Congress: San Luis Development, 1959
1776 86th Congress: Santa Rosa Flood Control Hearings, 1960
1777 86th Congress: Select Committee on Improper Activities in the Labor or Management Field-Separate Views, 1959
1778 86th Congress: Southern Pacific; Patagonia-Fairbanks; Discontinued Service, Interstate Commerce, Science and Transportation Commission, 1961
1779 86th Congress: Southern Rocky Mountain Area Local Air Service, Frontier Applications to CAB, 1960
17710 86th Congress: Superstition Mountain Area of Tonto National Forest Aztec Land Exchange, 1959-1960
17711 86th Congress: Tennessee Valley Authority, Public or Private, 1959
17712 86th Congress: Transmission Line for Salt River Valley Water for Users, 1960
17713 86th Congress: Tucson Missile (ICBM Sites), Correspondence For and Against Fallout and Blast Studies For the Area, 1959-1960 (1 of 3)
17714 86th Congress: Tucson Missile (ICBM Sites), Correspondence For and Against Fallout and Blast Studies For the Area, 1960 (2 of 3)
17715 86th Congress: Tucson Missile (ICBM Sites), Correspondence For and Against Fallout and Blast Studies For the Area, 1960 (3 of 3)
17716 87th Congress: Allan, Miss Annette, Immigration and Naturalization, 1962
17717 87th Congress: Arizona Medical School, 1962
17718 87th Congress: Arizona and Nevada Establish Boundary Line S 133, 1961
17719 87th Congress: Bracero Program Public Law 78, Department of Labor, Agriculture and Forestry, Judiciary Committee, 1961
17720 87th Congress: Bracero Program Public Law 78, Department of Labor, Agriculture and Forestry, Judiciary Committee, 1962
17721 87th Congress: Bridge Canyon Dam, 1961
17722 87th Congress: Buckeye Saline Water Conversion Plant, 1962
17723 87th Congress: Buttes Dam, Feasibility Reports, 1961-1962
17724 87th Congress: California-Arizona Water Dispute, 1961
17725 87th Congress: Camelback Dam, Army Corps of Engineers and Other Federal Agencies, 1961 (1 of 2)
17726 87th Congress: Camelback Dam, Army Corps of Engineers and Other Federal Agencies, 1961-1962 (2 of 2)
17727 87th Congress: Camelback Mountain Land Exchange S 3102, 1962
17728 87th Congress: Colorado River Channelization, 1961
17729 87th Congress: Colorado River Resource Planning S 1590, 1961-1962
17730 87th Congress: Colorado River Storage Basin: Upper, Public or Private, Construction of Storage Line, 1961-1962 (1 of 2)
17731 87th Congress: Colorado River Storage Basin: Upper, Public or Private, Construction of Storage Line, 1961-1962 (2 of 2)
17732 87th Congress: Colorado River Storage Project, 1961
17733 87th Congress: Colorado River Storage Project Annual Reports, 1961
17734 87th Congress: Colorado Salinity Problem U.S. and Mexico, 1961-1962
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1781 87th Congress: Communism Information (Salt River Power), 1961
1782 87th Congress: Digests and Analyses of Major Public Laws and Treaties (Republican Report), 1961-1962
1783 87th Congress: FCC Licensing-Gila Broadcasting Company, 1961-1962
1784 87th Congress: Fort Bowie National Monument S 91, 1961-1962
1785 87th Congress: Frontier Airlines Route Expansion to Arizona, 1961
1786 87th Congress: Frying Pan-Arkansas Project, Water Project, Committeeb on Appropriations, 1962
1787 87th Congress: General Correspondence, 1961-1962
1788 87th Congress: Gila River Basin and San Carlos Flood Control, 1961
1789 87th Congress: Gila River, Flood Control-Possibility of Appropriations, 1962
17810 87th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, 1961-1962
17811 87th Congress: Grand Canyon Park and National Monument Revised Boundaries S 693, 1961
Includes map.
17812 87th Congress: Highway, Fredonia-Hurricane, Utah, Rural Electrification Administration, 1962
17813 87th Congress: Highway, Tucson-Nogales Interchange, 1961
17814 87th Congress: Hom, Wah Yook, 1961-1962
17815 87th Congress: Hoover Dam, Operations and Impairment Costs, Appropriations Committee, Department of Interior, 1962
17816 87th Congress: Hopi Tribal Council Investigations, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1961-1962
17817 87th Congress: Hubbell Trading Post S 552, 1961-1962
17818 87th Congress: Indian Bend Wash Drainage, 1961-1962
17819 87th Congress: Interstate Highway 10, 1961
17820 87th Congress: Kino, Father Statue, 1961-1962
17821 87th Congress: Kitt Peak Observatory S 4164, 1961-1962
17822 87th Congress: Lederer, William J.: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1961
17823 87th Congress: Luke Air Force Base: Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1962
17824 87th Congress: Marble Canyon Dam, 1961-1962
17825 87th Congress: Maricopa County Flood, 1962
17826 87th Congress: Navajo Information File, 1961-1962
17827 87th Congress: Nevada-Arizona Watershed Project, 1962
17828 87th Congress: Oak Creek Canyon, Withdrawal and Reservation of Lands, Department of Interior, 1962
17829 87th Congress: Oil Depletion Allowance S 2037, 1961-1962
17830 87th Congress: Pacific Northwest-California Power Intertie Goldwater Amendment S 3153, 1962
17831 87th Congress: Page-Glen Canyon Air Service, 1962
17832 87th Congress: Painted Rock Dam S 1437, 1961-1962
17833 87th Congress: Papago Reservation Study S J Res 182, 1961-1962
17834 87th Congress: Park Dam Power Reallocation, 1962
17835 87th Congress: Pinal Creek Flood Control, Army Corps of Engineers, 1961
17836 87th Congress: Quechan Indian Tribe, 1962
17837 87th Congress: Queen Creek Flood Control Withdrawal and Reservation, 1962
17838 87th Congress: Rainbow Bridge and Trail, 1961-1962
17839 87th Congress: Reclamation Bridge S 809, 1961-1962
17840 87th Congress: Remington Rand System, 1961
17841 87th Congress: Right to Work Taft-Hartley Act, Bill to Repeal Section 14b, 1961-1962
17842 87th Congress: Safford Site for Government Plant for Demineralization of Brackish and Saline Waters, 1961
17843 87th Congress: Saguaro National Monument, Department of Interior, 1961-1962
17844 87th Congress: Salt River Project, 1962
Includes information on possible SRP contributions to state funds from revenues.
17845 87th Congress: San Carlos Apache Indian Tribe, Obtaining Surplus Government Machinery, 1962
17846 87th Congress: San Carlos "Mineral Strip" Indians vs. Ranchers, 1961-1962
17847 87th Congress: San Luis Development S 44, Interior and Insular Affairs and Insular Committee, 1961
17848 87th Congress: Santa Rosa Flood Control Hearings, 1962
17849 87th Congress: Sky Harbor Airport Surveillance Radar Facilities Contract, Federal Aviation Administration, 1961
17850 87th Congress: Southern Pacific Patagonia, Fairbanks Discontinued Service, 1961
17851 87th Congress: Southern Rocky Mountain Area Local Air Service, Frontier Applications to Civil Aeronautics Board, 1961
17852 87th Congress: Southern Rocky Mountain Area Local Air Service, Frontier Applications to Civil Aeronautics Board, 1962
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1791 87th Congress: Tennessee Valley Authority Public or Private, 1961
1792 87th Congress: Tonto National Forest Air Force Land Withdrawal, 1962
1793 87th Congress: Transmission Lines for Salt River Valley Water Users of Phoenix, 1961-1962
1794 87th Congress: Tucson Missile (ICBM Sites), Correspondence For and Against Fallout and Blast Studies for the Area, 1961-1962
1795 87th Congress: Wupatki National Monument S 1995, 1961
1796 88th Congress: Adams, Mrs. Phylis, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1964
1797 88th Congress: Aimone, Family, Immigration, State Department, 1964
1798 88th Congress: Air Force Reserve, Combining with Air National Guard, Department of Defense, 1964
1799 88th Congress: Ajo Air Force Construction Project, Department of the Air Force, 1964
17910 88th Congress: Akong, Mr. Stanley C. Y., Immigration, State Department, 1963
17911 88th Congress: Alberding, Mr. C. H. (Traffic Light at Camelback and Arcadia), 1963
17912 88th Congress: Alvarez, Pietro Rodolfo Walter, Immigration and Naturalization Services, 1964
17913 88th Congress: American Vocational Association Building (Financial Assistance), 1964
17914 88th Congress: Angel Spring Pump South Rim of the Grand Canyon, 1963
17915 88th Congress: Anvari, Mehdi, Immigration and Naturalization Services, 1964
17916 88th Congress: Apache Broadcasting Corporation, Federal Communication Commission, 1963-1964
17917 88th Congress: Arizona Emergency Resources Planning Program, 1963
17918 88th Congress: Arizona Medical School, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1963-1964
17919 88th Congress: Arizona-New Mexico Gila River Dispute, Arizona Interstate Stream Commission, 1963
17920 88th Congress: Arizona State Corporation Commission, 1963
17921 88th Congress: Bisbee-Douglas, Airline Routes, American Airlines, 1964
17922 88th Congress: Bonanza Airlines, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1964
17923 88th Congress: Bong, Wie Lie S. 2801, 1963-1964
17924 88th Congress: Bracero Program Public Law 78, Department of Labor, Agriculture and Forestry, Judiciary, 1963
17925 88th Congress: Bracero Program Public Law 78, Department of Labor, Agriculture and Forestry, Judiciary, 1964
17926 88th Congress: Bridge Canyon Dam, 1964
17927 88th Congress: Brown Canal Company, Graham County, 1964
17928 88th Congress: Buttes Dam, Feasibility Reports, 1963
17929 88th Congress: California v. Arizona, Boundary Dispute, 1963-1964
17930 88th Congress: Camelback Mountain Preserve, Interior and Insular Affairs S 89, 1963-1964
17931 88th Congress: Cattle Import Quota, 1964
17932 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1963 January-June
17933 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1963 July-August
17934 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1963 September-October
17935 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1963 November-December
17936 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1964 January-March
17937 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1964 April (1 of 2)
17938 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1964 April (2 of 2)
17939 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1964 May-June
17940 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1964 July-August
17941 88th Congress: Central Arizona Project, 1964 September-November
17942 88th Congress: Civil or Criminal Jurisdiction by States on Indian Reservation with the Content of the Tribe S 143, 1964
17943 88th Congress: Civil Rights in the Armed Services, Gessell Report-McNamara Directive, 1961-1963 (1 of 2)
17944 88th Congress: Civil Rights in the Armed Services, Gessell Report-McNamara Directive, 1961-1963 (2 of 2)
17945 88th Congress: Colorado River Indian Problems, Boundary Questions; Employment in BIA, Department of Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963-1964
17946 88th Congress: Colorado River Reservation Road, 1963
Includes map.
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1801 88th Congress: Colorado River Resource Planning S 1590, 1963-1964
1802 88th Congress: Colorado River Storage Basin: Upper, Public or Private, Construction of Storage Line, 1963-1964
1803 88th Congress: Colorado River Storage Project, 1963-1964
Includes maps.
1804 88th Congress: Colorado Salinity Problem U.S. and Mexico, 1963-1964
1805 88th Congress: Colorado-Ute Electric Association, REA Loan, Comptroller General of U.S., 1963
1806 88th Congress: Construction Industry and Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1963
1807 88th Congress: Cranada Family, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1964
1808 88th Congress: D'Apolino, Frank, 1963-1964
1809 88th Congress: Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Budget Needs, 1964
18010 88th Congress: Deeth, Mr. H. A. (Difficulty in Receiving Newspaper Through Mail), 1964
18011 88th Congress: Digests and Analyses of Major Legislation and Treaties (Republican Report), 1963
18012 88th Congress: Douglas Post Office Building, Post Office Department, 1964
18013 88th Congress: Dussault, Sp/5 Kenneth A., Army, General Correspondence, 1964
18014 88th Congress: Earl Edward-Land Exchange HR 8156, Aerial Photos, Maps, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963-1964
18015 88th Congress: Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, S 2642, 1964
18016 88th Congress: Federal Aviation Administration, Loans to Local Airports, 1964
18017 88th Congress: Federal Bureau of Investigation, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1964
18018 88th Congress: Fong Shun Chow, Immigration and Naturalization, 1964
18019 88th Congress: Fort Bowie National Monument S 91, 1963-1964
18020 88th Congress: Fort McDowell Mohave Tribe, 1963-1964
Includes maps.
18021 88th Congress: Fort Ord, Meningitis Deaths, 1964
18022 88th Congress: Fraser, Mr. Raymond G., Postal Service Jobs, 1964
18023 88th Congress: Frontier Airlines Route Expansion to Arizona, 1963-1964
18024 88th Congress: Gadeke, Frederick, Immigration, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1964
18025 88th Congress: Garrett Corporation, Air Force Contract, 1963-1964
18026 88th Congress: George Washington, Five Cent Stamp, Red Signing, 1963
18027 88th Congress: Gila Bend Border Control Station Construction, Department of Justice, 1963
18028 88th Congress: Gila River Flood Control, Possibility of Appropriations, 1963-1964
18029 88th Congress: Gila River Indian Community Water Dispute, 1963-1964
18030 88th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, 1963
18031 88th Congress: Glen Canyon Dam, 1964
18032 88th Congress: Gold Purchasing HR 6900, House, Banking and Currency, 1963
18033 88th Congress: Highway Act of 1956, Federal Aid S 1136, 1963-1964
18034 88th Congress: Highway, Fredonia-Hurricane, Utah, Rural Electrification Administration, 1964
18035 88th Congress: Highway Interstate 40 to Kingman, 1963
18036 88th Congress: Highway, Mount Lemmon-Oracle Road, 1964
18037 88th Congress: Hom, Mrs. Lan May, Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1963
18038 88th Congress: Hom, Wah Yook S 92, Judiciary Committee, 1963
18039 88th Congress: Hopi Tribal Council Investigation, 1963-1964
18040 88th Congress: Hubbell Trading Post S 552, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963-1964
18041 88th Congress: Indian Bend Wash Drainage, 1963-1964
18042 88th Congress: Interstate Highway 10, 1963-1964
18043 88th Congress: Interstate Highway 10, Benson-Stein Bypass, 1963
18044 88th Congress: Interstate Highway 19, 1963
18045 88th Congress: Jerome Flood Area, Army Corps of Engineers, 1964
18046 88th Congress: Keams Canyon Public School, 1964
18047 88th Congress: Kino, Father: Statue S J Res 992, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963-1964
18048 88th Congress: Kitt Peak Observatory S 4167, 1964
18049 88th Congress: Krebiozen (Drug), Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1963
18050 88th Congress: Lacy, Dr. Watson, Concession Contract with the Grand Canyon National Park, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1964
18051 88th Congress: Lake Powell Water Level, Department of Interior, 1963-1964
18052 88th Congress: Lim, Mr. and Mrs. Wey Nan S 393, Immigration, 1964
18053 88th Congress: Lloyds Shipping Index, Cuba, 1963
18054 88th Congress: Lumber Sizes and Grades, Department of Commerce, Science and Transportation, 1963
18055 88th Congress: Manpower, U.S. Department of Labor, 1964
18056 88th Congress: Mar, Fay Lun S. 2971, 1964
18057 88th Congress: Marble Canyon Dam, 1962-1963
18058 88th Congress: Marble Canyon Dam, 1964
18059 88th Congress: Maricopa County Flood, 1963
18060 88th Congress: Maricopa County Flood Control, Army Corps of Engineers, 1964
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1811 88th Congress: Meluzzo, Frank, Forest Service, 1964
1812 88th Congress: Military Construction, 1964
1813 88th Congress: Navajo Information File, 1963
1814 88th Congress: Nogales Water Problem, 1964
1815 88th Congress: Northwest Intertie Proposal, Department of Interior and Insular Affairs, 1964
1816 88th Congress: Oil Depletion Allowance S 2037, 1964
1817 88th Congress: Ong, Tam Wah Gin, Immigration and Naturalization, 1963-1964
1818 88th Congress: Osage Tribal Mineral Estate Reservation S 2581, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1964
1819 88th Congress: Pacific Northwest-California Power Intertie, Goldwater Amendment S 3153, 1964
18110 88th Congress: Pacific Southwest Water Plan S 1658, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963-1964 (1 of 2)
18111 88th Congress: Pacific Southwest Water Plan S 1658, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1964 (2 of 2)
18112 88th Congress: Painted Rock Dam S 1437, 1963-1964
18113 88th Congress: Papago Reservation Study S J Res 182, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963
18114 88th Congress: Park Dam Power Reallocation, 1964
18115 88th Congress: Patent Office Investigation, 1964
18116 88th Congress: Peaches, Daniel, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1964
18117 88th Congress: Pinal Creek Flood Control, Army Corps of Engineers, 1964
18118 88th Congress: Pope, Fred L., 1964
18119 88th Congress: Precincts Map, Undated
18120 88th Congress: Prescott College, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1963
18121 88th Congress: Prescott Military Academy, General Service Administration, 1963-1964
18122 88th Congress: Prescott Municipal Airport, Runway Damage Occurring During "Operation Desert Strike", 1964
18123 88th Congress: Project Cloud Gap, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1964
18124 88th Congress: Pulliam Airport, Financial Aid, 1964
18125 88th Congress: Quechan Indian Tribe, 1963
18126 88th Congress: Rainbow Bridge and Trail, 1963
18127 88th Congress: Reclamation Projects Revenues Paid into General Treasury HR 5041, 1963
18128 88th Congress: Recreation and Public Purpose Act of 1926 S 2505, 1963-1964
18129 88th Congress: Remington Rand System, 1963-1964
18130 88th Congress: Right to Work Taft-Hartley Act, Bill to Repeal Section 14b, Labor Public Welfare Committee, 1963
18131 88th Congress: Roads, Federal Roads on Indian Reservations, Department of Interior, 1963-1964
18132 88th Congress: Roosevelt Lake, Proposals to Deplete Water of, Bureau of Reclamation, 1964
18133 88th Congress: Rund, Mrs. Nadine Hansen, State Department, 1964
18134 88th Congress: Safford Site for Government Plant for Demineralization of Brackish and Saline Waters, 1964
18135 88th Congress: Saguaro National Monument, Department of Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963
18136 88th Congress: Salt River Indian Reservation, Electronics Plants, Dickson Electronics, 1963-1964
18137 88th Congress: Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Reservation, Land Exchange S 2210, 1963
18138 88th Congress: Salt River Project, 1963
Includes information on possible SRP contributions to state funds from revenues.
18139 88th Congress: Salt River Southern Boundary Dispute S 1344, 1963
18140 88th Congress: San Carlos Apache Indian Tribe Obtaining Surplus Government Machinery, 1963-1964
18141 88th Congress: San Carlos Irrigation and Drainage District, Water Rights, 1964
18142 88th Congress: San Carlos "Mineral Strip" Indians v. Ranchers, 1963
18143 88th Congress: San Carlos Redevelopment Area, 1964
18144 88th Congress: Santa Cruz Basin Investigation, Army Corps of Engineers, 1964
18145 88th Congress: Santa Cruz Island Condemnation, Department of the Air Force, 1964
18146 88th Congress: Santa Rosa Flood Control Hearings, Army Corps of Engineers, 1963-1964
18147 88th Congress: Shoup, Dr. L. E., Secretary of Interior, 1963
18148 88th Congress: Sitgreaves National Forest Proposed Withdrawal and Reservation of Lands, Department of Interior, 1964
18149 88th Congress: Sky Harbor Airport Surveillance, Radar Facilities Contract, 1963
18150 88th Congress: Southern Pacific Passenger Train Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Phoenix, Tucson Service: Request for Discontinuance, 1964-1965
18151 88th Congress: Southern Rocky Mountain Area Local Service, Frontier Application to Civil Aeronautics Board, 1963
18152 88th Congress: "Space-The New Frontier", 1964 (NASA Booklet)
18153 88th Congress: Special Committee on Aging Services for Senior Citizens, Recommendations and Comment, 1964
18154 88th Congress: Stafford Trucking Company, National Labor Relations, General Correspondence, 1963
18155 88th Congress: Stroud, Robert, "Birdman of Alcatraz" Request for Senate Resolution to Establish Commission ..., 1964
18156 88th Congress: Superstition Mountain Area of Tonto National Forest Aztec Land Exchange, 1963
18157 88th Congress: Surplus Fighter Plane, Post at Window Rock Airport, Department of the Air Force, 1964
18158 88th Congress: Tennessee Valley Authority Public or Private, 1963-1964
18159 88th Congress: Testimonies to Senate Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1963
18160 88th Congress: Tom, Yuen Lin Mui, Wife's Immigration, State Department and Other Government Agencies, 1963-1964
18161 88th Congress: Tonto Forest Seismological Observatory, Secretary of Defense, 1964
18162 88th Congress: Tonto National Forest Air Force Land Withdrawal, 1963
18163 88th Congress: Tonto National Forest Rent Increases, Department of Agriculture and Forestry, 1964
18164 88th Congress: Transmission Lines Between Pinnacle Peak and Mesa, Question of Indian Employment Bidding, etc., 1964
18165 88th Congress: Transmission Lines for Salt River, 1964
18166 88th Congress: Veterans Cemeteries, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1964
18167 88th Congress: Western Water Rights S 1275, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1964
18168 88th Congress: Yaqui Indians HR 6233, Interior and Insular Affairs, 1964
18169 88th Congress: Yee, Helen Leung, Department of State, 1964
18170 89th Congress: Cibola Valley Irrigation, Yuma County, 1965-1967
18171 89th Congress: Lumber Sites and Grades, 1965
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1821 89th Congress: Pacific Northwest-California Power Intertie Goldwater Amendment S 3153, 1965
1822 89th Congress: Painted Rock Dam S 1437 Interior and Insular Affairs, 1965
1823 89th Congress: Peaches, Daniel, 1965
1824 90th Congress: Partial Revision of the Radio Regulations (Geneva 1959), 1968
Sub-Series G: Colleague Correspondence and Committees
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1825 91st Congress: "Barry Goldwater Jr. Campaign" (27th Congressional District, California), 1969 (1 of 2)
1826 91st Congress: "Barry Goldwater Jr. Campaign" (27th Congressional District, California), 1969 (2 of 2)
1827 91st Congress: Dodd, Thomas J., 1969-1970
1828 91st Congress: Goldwater, Barry Jr., 1970
1829 91st Congress: Griffen, Robert P., 1969-1970
18210 91st Congress: McCloskey, Paul N. Jr., 1960-1970
18211 91st Congress: Murphy, George, 1967-1970
18212 91st Congress: Scott, Hugh, 1969
18213 91st Congress: Tydings, Joseph D., 1969-1970
18214 91st Congress: A-B, 1969-1970
18215 91st Congress: C, 1969-1970
18216 91st Congress: D-F, 1969-1970
18217 91st Congress: G, 1969-1970
18218 91st Congress: H-K, 1969-1970
18219 91st Congress: L-N, 1969-1970
18220 91st Congress: O-P, 1969-1970
18221 91st Congress: R-S, 1969-1970
18222 91st Congress: W-Z, 1969-1970
18223 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Air and Space Museum, 1969
18224 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Air and Space Museum, 1970 May-July
18225 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Air and Space Museum, 1970 August-December
18226 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Apollo 13 Review Board Report, 1970
18227 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Committee Correspondence, 1968-1969
18228 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Committee Correspondence, 1970
18229 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Committee Testimony and Reports, 1969-1970
18230 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Expenditures and Budget Cuts, 1969-1970
18231 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: History of Air and Space Travel, 1940, 1969
Various. Articles and publications.
18232 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), 1969-1970
18233 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Budget, 1970
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1831 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Space Research, 1968-1969
1832 91st Congress: Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee: Statement of NASA Administrator Thomas O. Paine (and Related Materials), 1970
1833 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: Committee Correspondence, 1969
1834 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: Consumer Agricultural Food Protection Act S 2203, 1969-1970
1835 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: Food Stamps S 2547, HR 18582, 1970-1973
1836 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: Mexican Tomato Embargo, 1961-1970
1837 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: Milk Marketing S 745, 1969
1838 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: Rural Telephone Act HR 7, 1969
1839 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: School Lunch Program, S 2548, HR 515, 1968-1970
18310 91st Congress: Agriculture and Forestry Committee: Timber Supply Act S 1832, HR 10326, Undated
18311 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Army Corps of Engineers, 1969-1970
18312 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Capitol Building Restoration, 1969
18313 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Civil Defense, 1969-1970
18314 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Committee Correspondence, 1969
18315 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1970
18316 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Health, Education and Welfare, 1969-1970
18317 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Investigation into Sperry Rand Management of Louisiana Ammunition Plant, 1970
18318 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: National Cancer Institute and National Institute of Health, 1969
18319 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Rocky Mountain Educational Laboratory, 1969
18320 91st Congress: Appropriations Committee: Whitton Busing Amendment HR 13111, 1969-1970
18321 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Air Force, 1969-1971
18322 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Air Force F-15, 1969
18323 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Anti-Ballistic Missile Program, 1969-1970
18324 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Anti-Ballistic Missiles (Colleague Correspondence), 1969
18325 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Anti-Ballistic Missiles (Tony Smith Files), 1969
18326 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Army, 1969-1970
18327 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Army Character Guidance Program, 1969
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1841 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: C-5A Hearing, 1969
1842 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Committee Correspondence, 1968-1969
1843 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Committee Correspondence, 1970
1844 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, 1969-1970
1845 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Defense Authorization, 1969-1970
1846 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Defense Authorization HR 17123, 1970
1847 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Defense Department (Reports, Memos, Correspondence), 1967-1970
1848 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Defense Deterrence and Soviet Power (White Papers, Background Material, Correspondence), 1969-1970
1849 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Foreign Military Sales Act, 1970
18410 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Fort Huachuca (Various), 1968-1970
18411 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Lockheed Air Combat Analysis Models and Views on Air-to-Air Combat Simulation, 1968
18412 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Luke Air Force Base and Sun City, 1969-1970
18413 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Military Command Combat Airlift Competition, 1970
18414 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Military-Industrial Complex (Background Material), 1967-1969
18415 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Military-Industrial Complex (Tony Smith Files), 1969
18416 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Military Priorities (Tony Smith Files), 1970
18417 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Prisoners of War, 1969
18418 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Military Procurement HR 17123, 1969
18419 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Navy and Marines (Various), 1967-1969
18420 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Navy and Marines (Various), 1970
18421 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Panama Canal S 2228, 1969-1970
18422 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Report to the President and Secretary of Defense on the Department of Defense by the Blue Ribbon Defense Panel, 1970 (1 of 2)
18423 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Report to the President and Secretary of Defense on the Department of Defense by the Blue Ribbon Defense Panel, 1970 (2 of 2)
18424 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Reserve Bill of Rights HR 2, 1967
18425 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Rules of Engagement (Vietnam), 1969
18426 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Vietnam Trip, 1969
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1851 91st Congress: Armed Services Committee: Volunteer Military Manpower Act S 503, S 4013, 1967-1970
1852 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Credit Cards S 721, 1969-1971
1853 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Credit Reporting S 823, 1969-1970
1854 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Defense Production Act S 3302, 1970
1855 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Emergency Home Financing Act S 3685, 1970
1856 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Export-Import Bank Act S 4268, 1970
1857 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Federal Insurance Guarantee Corporation S 2236, 1969-1970
1858 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Penn Central Failure and the Role of Financial Institutions, 1970
1859 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Securities Investors Insurance S 2348, 1969-1970
18510 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Trade with Communist Countries S 2696, 1969-1970
18511 91st Congress: Banking and Currency Committee: Urban Mass Transportation, HR 18185, 1970
18512 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Amend Aviation Act S 4401, 1969-1971
18513 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Automobile Industry S 3223, 1969-1970
18514 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Broadcasting Laws, Equal Time S 3637, 1970
18515 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Census: Final National and State Totals; Congressional Reapportionment Statistics, 1970
18516 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Civil Aeronautics Board (Regulation of Southern and Western Air Routes), 1969-1971
18517 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Committee Correspondence, 1969-1970
18518 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Department of Transportation, 1968-1970
18519 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Fair Packaging and Labeling S 1424, 1969
18520 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration S 3927, 1970
18521 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Hunter Safety Program S 670, HR 1075, 1969
18522 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Interstate Transportation Act S2289, 1969-1970
18523 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Minority Enterprise Program, 1970
18524 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Motor Common Carriers Joint Rates S 2245, 1969
18525 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Nomination Hearings (Various), 1969
18526 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Prohibit Dispensing of Drugs S 1575, 1969-1970
18527 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Rail Passenger Subsidy, 1969-1970
18528 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Railroad and Boxcar Supply S 3223 S 4463 S 4464, 1970-1971
18529 91st Congress: Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee: Report on the High Speed Ground Transportation Act of 1965, 1970
18530 91st Congress: Environment and Public Works: Clean Air Act PL 91-604, 1970
18531 91st Congress: Finance Committee: Agricultural Credit HR 15979, 1970
18532 91st Congress: Finance Committee: Baker Tax Sharing Bill S 1634, 1969
18533 91st Congress: Finance Committee: Exploration of Foreign Property S 1378, 1969
18534 91st Congress: Finance Committee: Inflation (Tony Smith Files), 1969
18535 91st Congress: Finance Committee: Revenue Sharing S 2948, 1969-1970
18536 91st Congress: Finance Committee: Social Security Acts S 2424, S 2973, HR 1010, HR 1750, 1969-1970
18537 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: The Case for NATO Force Reductions, circa 1969
18538 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: Defense and Russian-Chinese Border Conflict (Tony Smith Files), 1969
18539 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: Deterrence (Kintner Reports; Correspondence with Robert Strauze-Hupé), 1968-1970
18540 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: Latin American Commission on Foreign Relations, 1967-1969
18541 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: Mexican-American White House Conference, 1968-1969
18542 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: Peace and Power by Zbigniew Brzezinski, 1970
18543 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: Ray McHugh European Trip, 1969
18544 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: Red China (Tony Smith Files), 1969
18545 91st Congress: Foreign Relations Committee: United States Foreign Policy for the 1970s-A New Strategy for Peace (Report by President Nixon), 1970
18546 91st Congress: Government Operations Committee: Department of Peace Bill, 1968-1969
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1861 91st Congress: Government Operations Committee: Establish an Interagency Committee on Mexican-American Affairs S 740, 1969
1862 91st Congress: Government Operations Committee: Intergovernmental Personnel Act; Uniform Relocation Assistance and Land Acquisition, 1969
1863 91st Congress: Health, Education, and Welfare Committee: Day Care Centers, 1969-1970
1864 91st Congress: Health, Education, and Welfare (Background Material), 1969-1971
1865 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Ak-Chin Indian Community, 1969-1972
1866 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Akers, John, 1969
1867 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: The American Indian High School Dropout in the Southwest, 1969-1971
1868 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Answers to Your Questions about American Indians, 1968
1869 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, 1970
18610 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Beliefs and Policies of Phoenix Area Inter-Tribal School Board, 1969
18611 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Black Mesa and Peabody Coal, 1969-1970
18612 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Black Mesa Road, 1969-1970
18613 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Chilocco Indian School, 1969
18614 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Chinle Nursing Home, 1970
18615 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Choctaw Tribe S 3445, 1969-1970
18616 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Cocopah Tribe, 1969-1971
18617 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Colorado River Indian Tribes, 1968-1970
18618 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Colorado River Indian Tribes-Boundary Dispute HR 8825, S 1790, 1966-1970
18619 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Colorado River Indian Tribes Grant for Sewer System, 1968-1970
18620 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Community Action Projects, 1969
18621 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Construction Funds, 1968
18622 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agadithe, Inc. (DNA Legal Services - Navajo Nation), 1968
18623 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agadithe, Inc. (DNA Legal Services - Navajo Nation), 1969 February-June
18624 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agadithe, Inc. (DNA Legal Services - Navajo Nation), 1969 July
18625 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agadithe, Inc. (DNA Legal Services - Navajo Nation), 1969 August-October
18626 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agadithe, Inc. (DNA Legal Services - Navajo Nation), 1969 November-December
18627 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agadithe, Inc. (DNA Legal Services - Navajo Nation), 1970 January-May
18628 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Dinebeiina Nahiilna Be Agadithe, Inc. (DNA Legal Services - Navajo Nation), 1970 June-December
18629 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Facts about the Papago Indian Reservation and the Papago People, 1970
18630 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Fort McDowell Mohave-Apache Indian Reservation, 1969-1970
18631 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Fort Mohave Indian Reservation, 1968-1968
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1871 91st Congress: Indian Affairs Committee: Four Corners Power Station, 1969
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