William Proxmire Papers, 1938-2004 (bulk 1957-1980)

Contents List

Container Title
Mss 738
Part 1 (Mss 738, Audio 609A, Audio 1195A, Audio 1419A, PH 2334 (5), PH 3777, PH 3823): Original Collection, 1938-2004
Physical Description: 194.8 cubic feet (176 records center cartons, 27 archives boxes, 8 card boxes, 10 flat boxes, and 2 oversize folders), 54 tape recordings, 162 disc recordings, 1.4 cubic feet of photographs (approximately 650 photographs in 2 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 0.6 cubic feet of negatives (117 negatives in 1 card box and 1 negative box), 8 drawings, 10 videorecordings, and 13 films 
Scope and Content Note

The papers primarily document Senator Proxmire's career from 1945 through 1995 and they divide into two series: PRE-SENATORIAL PAPERS, 1945-1957, and SENATORIAL PAPERS, 1957-1995. The second series includes several videotapes dating from after Proxmire left the Senate, but they have been arranged with the political papers because they primarily concern his career and reputation as a legislator. There are virtually no true private papers in the collection.

History of the Collection

The Proxmire Papers are an incomplete and, consequently, disappointing political collection. Researchers seeking to understand the content of the collection will be aided by a brief history. The Historical Society contacted the senator soon after his election victory in 1957, and, at that time, Senator Proxmire agreed to donate his papers, although he specified that the collection be closed during his active career. During the early 1960s, the Historical Society received a few boxes from Washington which consisted primarily of his early writings; pre-1958 campaign files; papers as a one-term Wisconsin assemblyman; recordings of his radio program, Union Labor News; and other pre-Senatorial papers. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, no papers were accessioned, and the Archives had little contact with Proxmire's office. Internal evidence suggests that office practices changed dramatically during this period. Stressed by the growing pressure of daily business and a relatively small staff with which to meet the challenge, the first file system collapsed. Perhaps as a consequence, case files and constituent correspondence which had previously been saved and transferred to the Federal Record Center, were then determined to be confidential and discarded after closure. At the same time, responsibility for file management shifted to individual staff members, each of whom maintained a separate system with little oversight.

During the late 1970s, some staff began transferring portions of their files to the Historical Society. These accessions were numerous, but the size of individual accessions was generally small, and the contents often routine and without identifying context. At the same time, Proxmire's access restriction and the total number of accessions persuaded the archival staff that detailed rearrangement and analysis of the papers should wait until the collection was complete. Individual accessions were simply logged into the Archives' bibliographic system as received. Nevertheless, the archives staff was conscious that much of the material being received was of limited historical value. To improve the quality of the historical documentation being accessioned several archivists visited Proxmire's office during the early 1980s. John Fleckner's report on his visit in 1982 (now in the Proxmire Case File) contains important and useful insights into the operation of the senator's office at that time. He learned that legislative aides weeded their inactive files when space became an issue, retaining only what they regarded as core documentation. Fleckner also identified some types of historical documentation that should be saved and suggested changes in office practices to accomplish that goal. Unfortunately, this assessment coincided with budget cuts at the Historical Society, and during the following years the Archives was unable to offer ongoing guidance to the senator's staff. Historical concerns apparently continued as a low priority, and record-keeping practices appear to have changed little as a result of the archivists' suggestions. After 1982, the Archives received no additional accessions until the senator announced that he would not seek reelection in 1987. During the months following the announcement, the Historical Society was unable to send an archivist to Washington, D.C. to facilitate the transfer of historical papers. At the same time, some members of Proxmire's staff moved on to other employment, some probably discarding their files; others may have taken their files with them. In 1988, the Archives began to receive the material that remained, approximately 400 cubic feet. Included among the new material were newsletters and press releases, speeches and broadcast spots, the early case files and correspondence from the Federal Record Center, electronic correspondence, and files from staffers Mort Schwartz, Ron Tammen, Tom Vandervort, and Richard Wegman, and from Milwaukee aide Fred Dupperault.

Taken together, however, the collection is disappointing, and many aspects of Proxmire's career are under-represented. For example, there is no group of files specifically relating to Proxmire's important committee work. For his early years in the Senate, there are no working issue or legislative files, although there are extensive files of constituent correspondence and case work. For the 1980s, there are few papers of any kind. The exception is six reels of computer tape from the Senate Computer Center that contain outgoing correspondence and other papers for the years 1987-1988. Because no equipment available to the Historical Society could open the computer files, the tapes have been stored as an unprocessed accession. An inventory to the tape contents provided by the senator's office is filed in Box 211.

Arrangement

To the degree possible, the collection has been arranged to reflect its original order. The PRE-SENATORIAL PAPERS are arranged chronologically by year. They comprise about 5 percent of the collection. The SENATORIAL PAPERS divide into eight categories: Personal and Biographical Papers, Correspondence, Staff Papers, Speeches and Writings, Press and Public Relations, Photographs, Case Files, and Subject Files. A narrative description of the collection follows.

The PRE-SENATORIAL PAPERS span the period 1945-1957 and consist of correspondence, notes, writings, campaign materials, photographs, and sound recordings. They comprise Box 1-7 of the materials with call number Mss 738 as well as call numbers PH 2334 (5) and Audio 1159A. The files are arranged by year or by general chronological period. Except for scattered items, 1945-1949, this section entirely concerns Proxmire's political life in Wisconsin. However, even for this aspect of his career, the documentation is far from complete. The earliest papers consist of a World War II CIC training manual with notes in Proxmire's hand, and notes and teaching material for his political science instructorship at Harvard. Also of special note are responses to his 1946 inquiry regarding Presidential clearance of Cabinet officers' statements. Included are letters from Elmer Davis, William Fulbright, Herbert Hoover, Harold Ickes, Joseph P. Kennedy, Walter Lippman, Robert McCormick, Drew Pearson, Henry Wallace, and Sumner Welles. Also of importance for this period are the wire recordings and annotated radio scripts for his commentary for Union Labor News. On this 15-minute program Proxmire and his wife candidly discussed state, local, and national politics and labor issues.

Proxmire's 1950 Wisconsin Assembly campaign is documented by handwritten notes and statistics, although there are more extensive notes on proposed legislation, correspondence, and background materials pertaining to his single term in the legislature. Information on the 1952 gubernatorial campaign seems to confirm Proxmire's reputation as a Democratic Organizing Committee outsider, as there are few letters from the party leadership. Notable correspondents include Gerald T. Flynn, Lester Johnson, Frank Nikolay, Henry Reuss, Adlai Stevenson, and Carl Thompson. Also part of the documentation about this campaign are examples of literature, press releases, and speeches. Some of the publicity is annotated in Proxmire's own hand. The 1954 correspondence is a well-organized alphabetical file suggesting the better-organized nature of the 1954 campaign. This file, however, contains little information on policy and planning, although there are some letters to and from the party leadership. Also present are advertising and publicity files and congressional responses to a letter (which is not in the papers), in which Proxmire analyzed the meaning of the 1954 Wisconsin farm vote.

The 1955 file is fragmentary, but it confirms the fact that Proxmire never ceased campaigning between elections. Included are off-year press releases, information on an effort perceived by Proxmire as an attempt to keep him off the air, and correspondence concerning his work against party endorsement and a state sales tax. Opposition to McCarthy is represented by his article, “The Fight to be McCarthy's Executioner.”

The 1956 campaign correspondence is largely that of campaign chair William Foster, and it chiefly concerns finances and day-to-day details rather than policy and planning. Once again there are files of campaign literature, press releases, advertising, and financial statements. The 1957 Senatorial campaign is primarily documented by reports from various supporters around the state. For the most part these correspondents were not in leadership positions, although there are letters from Phileo Nash and Horace Wilkie (in which he cautioned Proxmire against running again). Documentation about campaign planning and strategy is largely missing, although there is an extensive file of statistics and vote analyses and some correspondence (including letters from Hubert Humphrey and Mike Mansfield) and research materials.

Within the SENATORIAL PAPERS series, biographical information about Proxmire has been drawn together for researcher convenience into an initial section entitled Personal and Biographical Papers (Box 206-207). The file contains brief biographical resources including several about which Proxmire commented or to which he added information. Additional biographical information may be found scrapbooks and in an extensive clipping file maintained by his staff. They provide perhaps the most complete documentation of Proxmire's career in the collection. The personal files in this section concern personal financial matters that were handled in Proxmire's office rather than at home and also include some estate files of his father, Dr. Theodore Proxmire. Also present are files of Ellen Proxmire, who was an active partner in her husband's career.

The Correspondence section contains remnants of various office filing systems: early constituent correspondence arranged alphabetically by subject, 1957-1959 (Box 8-12); general correspondence consisting primarily of outgoing letters arranged alphabetically by name and then into chronological time periods, 1957 through 1967 (Box 12-75); early form letters arranged by subject, 1959-1960 (Box 81-83); and “robo” constituent correspondence dating from the late 1970s (Box 83-94). Of special note in the early subject files is the public response to Proxmire's challenge to the leadership style of Lyndon B. Johnson. The general correspondence section consists of outgoing carbons. These files appear comprehensive from 1958 through 1962, but gradually less so until 1967 when the office began routinely discarding correspondence of this type. For the period of its existence, the general correspondence file serves as a comprehensive name index.

Despite the overall lack of documentation in the collection, the robo files, as received in the Archives, actually contained excessive documentation: extensive and sometimes orchestrated constituent letters concerning legislation such as abortion, taxes, and energy and the environment. This section has been weeded based on content, and redundant correspondence and form letters removed. In 1979 Proxmire's office began discarding all of the incoming legislative letters, although a regular report of the number of letters received on each subject was compiled. Examples of the senator's outgoing robo letters consist of overlapping chronological, staff author, and subject files. Together, the three file categories present good documentation of this expression of Proxmire's views. The correspondence section also includes a file entitled "final" correspondence (letters apparently saved because they were never incorporated into files that were ultimately destroyed) (Box 76-80) and yellow carbon letters designated as personal acknowledgements of letters from prominent individuals (Box 80-81).

The Staff Files are arranged alphabetically by staff name and comprise Box 93B, 95-146, and 207. Although some individuals are represented by only a few folders, others such as senior staff members Howard Shuman, Ron Tammen, Tom Vandervort, and Richard Wegman are extensive, and they suggest the degree of responsibility Proxmire placed on his staff. The staff files also reflect the range of Proxmire's interests, and they are the real strength of the collection. The memoranda prepared for the senator's information and review are the best documentation about the senator's decision making in the collection.

The files of the staff with subject or functional responsibilities provide documentation on such Proxmire interests as the fairness doctrine (in the files of press aide Carl Eifert), ratification of the Genocide Treaty (Larry Patton), the oil depletion allowance (Martin Lobel), files on the Glen Elder dam (Frank Siverts), extensive information on military appropriations such as the B-1 bomber, NASA, SALT II, and the SST (Ron Tammen), and housing and Great Lakes shipping (Tom Vandervort). The files of Richard Wegman contain further information on Great Lakes shipping and on the defeat of the SST. Additionally, the files of senior administrative assistant Howard Shuman contain drafts of statements, speeches, and books; many analytical memoranda; and subject files on the regulation of vitamins and other topics. As received, some staff files contained abundant quantities of background information that is readily available elsewhere such as newspaper clippings; this material has been weeded based on availability and evidence of staff use. Robert G. Lewis, who served as Proxmire's administrative assistant during his first years in office, is represented in this collection by a few folders, although further information about his association with the senator, as well as his subsequent governmental career, can be found in Lewis' own papers in the Archives. Tom Pattison, who served as a home secretary, is represented in a separate collection of transcribed oral history interviews that include information on his Proxmire years. (See Audio 572A and M76-303 for Tom Pattison interviews).

The Speeches and Writings in the papers are also disappointing. For non-legislative public appearances, which were numerous, Proxmire generally spoke from an outline rather than a prepared text. These outlines, many written in the senator's own hand, are included in the collection, however. There are also no floor files in the collection, although researchers can find the complete printed record of Proxmire's statements in the Congressional Record, which is available in the Historical Society library. The collection also includes published and/or transcribed interviews and a few recorded speeches, but only one of these (his 1970 appearance on Face the Nation) date from his years in the Senate. Of Proxmire's published books, the collection includes printed volumes and clipped reviews for Can Small Business Survive(1964), Uncle Sam, Last of the Big Time Spenders (1972), and You Can Do It. Howard Shuman's files contain drafts for Uncle Sam and Report from the Wasteland (1970). Published copies of Report from the Wasteland and The Fleecing of America (1980) are available in the Historical Society library, as is Ellen Proxmire's One Foot in Washington, the Perilous Life of a Senator's Wife. This section of the collection includes a file of printed articles and shorter writings written by the senator, but as there is no bibliography, no statement can be made about its completeness. Speeches and Writings comprise Box 146-153 as well as call number Audio 609A.

Proxmire's public relations activities, however, are well represented in the Press and Public Relations section. These materials range from the previously mentioned newspaper clippings to complete files of newsletters and press releases. The press releases, which are unusually extensive when compared to other legislators, are a fundamental source for studying Proxmire's views and accomplishments. From the very beginning of his tenure in the Senate Proxmire also made exceptional use of the broadcast media, a lesson perhaps learned during his Union Labor News years. The evidence of the use of the media is present in the form of Edison Voicewriter dictation discs that were distributed to Wisconsin radio and television stations for broadcast, and in film dating from 1957-1958. Proxmire's radio programs included many prominent political leaders as guests during the 1960s. Because of their unusual format, prior arrangements must be made to hear the Edison dictation discs and the Union Labor News wire recordings. The films, originally 72 individual reels spliced together as compilation reels, include several types of broadcasts for home consumption: brief spots of Proxmire alone primarily commenting on legislation he introduced and longer “Report from Washington” programs that were broadcast by WKOW radio and television. The broadcast venue for the spots is unknown. The format for the report program generally included Proxmire, aides Roland Day and Robert G. Lewis, University of Wisconsin Professor Ralph Hewitt, and on one occasion, Ellen Proxmire. The staff members generally read letters from constituents or asked questions on topics generally concerning legislation that Proxmire introduced: dairy price supports, federal aid to education, unemployment, and Social Security. Senator Estes Kefauver appears on one program. These films cover only 1957 and 1958 and although undated their compiled order probably approximates chronological order. The Press and Public Relations section also includes spot ads from the 1958, 1964, and 1970 campaigns; the textual material for all of the campaigns is filed with the Subject Files.

The Photographs in the collection (call numbers PH 3777, PH 2334 (5), and PH 3823) also derive primarily from Proxmire's focus on public relations, and many appear to have been taken for use in newsletters or campaign literature or as presentation souvenirs to office visitors. Included are formal portraits and informal photographs of Proxmire posed with constituents visiting the Capitol and prominent political leaders, as well as participating in photo opportunities such as parades, work days in Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin State Fair. Much like the absence of paper documentation about the 1960s, the only photographs from the 1980s in the collection were donated by the Senate Photography Studio in 1995. They document office visitors and the senator and his staff at committee hearings.

From the early Case Files , 1957-1969, that were stored in the Federal Record Center, the Archives has retained a sample as evidence of the great attention Proxmire placed on that kind of constituent service. In addition to their evidential importance, many case files also contain valuable information about Wisconsin communities, businesses, and public works projects. The files on government procurement in Wisconsin, a subject about which Proxmire was sometimes criticized, are of considerable interest for they provide information on federal contracting in Wisconsin that is difficult to find elsewhere. The case files concerning the Post Office Department are interesting for their documentation of the manner in which post office appointments were made in Wisconsin after the Democratic Party regained this authority in the 1960 election.

The majority of the case files are arranged alphabetically by agency name (Box 168-187), as they were in Proxmire's office, but there is a separate file, 1957-1958, for senior legislative aide Roland Day (later chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court) (Box 187-188), and an integrated file (Box 188-189), created in the Archives, concerning Wisconsin businesses, individuals, and topics (such as Truax Air Force Base) that were represented in the files of multiple agencies.

There are two Subject Files in the SENATORIAL PAPERS. The first is a remnant of a classified file that was not used after the early 1960s (Box 189-191). The second is an artificial file created in the Archives for folders - and even some individual items - received without file context (Box 192-206 and 208-211). The early classified file is arranged by file number and it contains important documentation on Proxmire's participation in industrial development in Wisconsin and on the Badger Ordnance plant.

The artificial subject files document a variety of topics ranging from abortion, which Proxmire strongly opposed, to his work days in Wisconsin. This section includes personal items such as awards and letters received when he announced his retirement, as well as housekeeping records such as bills pertaining to office operations, invitations and schedules, and master lists of bills and votes. There is further information here about the Golden Fleece awards.

Series: Pre-Senatorial Papers
1945
Box   2
Folder   1-2
CIC training manual, with annotations and notes
1946
Box   2
Folder   3
“The Role of the Press in American Politics”
Box   1
Economic Theory teaching notes
1947
Box   2
Folder   4-5
“Clearance of Cabinet Officers' Public Statements,” and correspondence
Box   2
Folder   6
Lecture notes
Box   3
Folder   1
Research and teaching fragments
1948
Box   3
Folder   2
“Corporation Income Tax and Private Investment”
Box   3
Folder   3
Miscellaneous correspondence
Box   3
Folder   4
Harvard era writings
1949
Box   3
Folder   5
Correspondence, “Tax Program of the Democratic Party for Wisconsin,” and interview notes on Wisconsin lobbyists
Union Labor News
Box   3
Folder   6
Transcripts
Recordings
1195A/1
1949 November 10
1195A/2
1949 November 17
1195A/3
1949 November 24
1195A/4
1949 or 1950 December 1
1195A/15
1949 December 8
1195A/16
1949 December 15
1195A/17
1949 December 22
1195A/18
1949 December 29
1950
Union Labor News
Mss 738
Box   3
Folder   7-9
Transcripts
Recordings
1195A/19
1950 January 5
1195A/12
1950 January 12
1195A/11
1950 January 19
1195A/20
1950 January 26
1195A/21
1950 February 2
1195A/5
1950 February 9
1195A/6
1950 February 16
1195A/22
1950 February 23
1195A/23
1950 March 2
1195A/24
1950 March 9
1195A/25
1950 March 16
1195A/26
1950 March 30
1195A/7
1950 April 6
1195A/28
1950 April 13
1195A/29
1950 April 20
1195A/30
1950 April 27
1195A/31
1950 May 4
1195A/33
1950 May 11
1195A/34
1950 May 18
1195A/35
1950 May 25
1195A/37
1950 June 1
1195A/36
1950 June 8
1195A/32
1950 June 15
1195A/38
1950 June 29
1195A/8
1950 June 22
1195A/39
1950 July 6
1195A/40
1950 July 13
1195A/41
1950 July 20
1195A/42
1950 July 27
1195A/43
1950 August 3
1195A/44
1950 August 10
1195A/45
1950 August 17
1195A/46
1950 August 24
1195A/9
1950 August 31
1195A/48
1950 September 13
1195A/47
1950 September 17
1195A/53
1950 September 21
1195A/49
1950 September 28
1195A/50
1950 October 5
1195A/51
1950 October 19
1195A/10
1950 November 2
Mss 738
Box   4
Folder   1
Gubernatorial campaign notes?
1951
Box   4
Folder   2
Assembly constituent correspondence
Box   4
Folder   3
Schedule notebook
Speeches
1195A/13
, 1951 June 22 Speech by Proxmire replying to speech by Joseph R. McCarthy on Truman administration foreign policy
1195A/52
circa 1951, Speech by Robert Kazmeyer?, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, regarding Truman's foreign policy, mismanagement, and waste
1195A/14
circa 1951, Speech by Proxmire and Gaylord Nelson in rebuttal to Kazmeyer
Mss 738
1952
Box   4
Folder   4-7
Correspondence
Box   4
Folder   8
Press releases, speeches, and draft fragments
Alternate Format: Press releases in Box 4, Folder 8, have been digitized and are available online.
Box   4
Folder   9
Campaign literature
Box   5
Folder   1
Democratic National Convention
1953
Box   5
Folder   2
Correspondence
1954
Box   5
Folder   3-10
Alphabetical correspondence
Box   5
Folder   11
Congratulatory correspondence
Box   5
Folder   12
Advertising
Box   5
Folder   13
Public relations
1955
Box   5
Folder   14
Correspondence
Box   5
Folder   15
Farm vote letters
Box   5
Folder   16
Correspondence
1956
Box   6
Folder   1
Correspondence
Box   6
Folder   2
Financial statement
Box   6
Folder   3
McCarthy article
Box   6
Folder   4
Advertising
Box   6
Folder   5
Miscellany
Box   6
Folder   6
Press releases
Alternate Format: Press releases in Box 6, Folder 6, have been digitized and are available online.
PH 2334 (5)
Political cartoons attacking Wisconsin Republicans
Note: Proxmire is not depicted.
Mss 738
Oversize Folder   1
Poster
1957
Box   6
Folder   7-10
Correspondence
Box   6
Folder   11
Dayton-Johnson issue
Box   7
Folder   1
Campaign literature
Box   7
Folder   2
Press releases
Alternate Format: Press releases in Box 7, Folder 2, have been digitized and are available online.
Box   7
Folder   3
Public relations
Box   7
Folder   4
Speeches
Box   7
Folder   5
Notes
Box   7
Folder   6-8
Statistical analyses
Box   7
Folder   9
Miscellany
Box   7
Folder   10-11
Pre-Senatorial miscellany and campaign statistics, undated
Series: Senatorial Papers
Subseries: Personal and Biographical Files
Biographical miscellany
Alternate Format: Biographical miscellany found in Box 206, Folders 15-16, have been digitized and are available online.
Box   206
Folder   15
Brief biographies
Box   206
Folder   16
“Proxmire Record”
Box   206
Folder   17
Huitt biography, 1958-1961
Box   206
Folder   18
Sykes biography, 1971
Personal files
Box   206
Folder   19
Letters to Ellen during German trip
Box   206
Folder   20
Anniversary congratulations, 1977
Box   206
Folder   21A
Artcraft, 1958-1961
Box   206
Folder   21B
Autographed books
Box   206
Folder   22-25
Childrens' affairs, 1961-1974
Box   206
Folder   26
Financial matters, 1958-1961
Box   206
Folder   27
Fort Broadcasting, 1958-1961
Box   206
Folder   28
Hill School yearbook, 1934
Box   206
Folder   29
Insurance and retirement
Box   206
Folder   30
Madison Bank and Trust, 1960-1961
Box   206
Folder   31
Medical file, 1957
Box   206
Folder   32
Miscellany
Proxmire, Ellen
Box   206
Folder   33
Correspondence, 1957-1961, 1964-1965
Campaign files
Alternate Format: Campaign files found in Box 206, Folders 34-36, have been digitized and are available online.
1957
Box   206
Folder   34
General papers
1958
Box   206
Folder   35-36
Miscellaneous papers
Box   207
Folder   1
Personal appearances
1964
Box   207
Folder   2
General papers
Box   207
Folder   3
Local planning
Box   207
Folder   4
“Operation Town Hall”
Box   207
Folder   5
Tea Tours scrapbook
Box   207
Folder   6
Testimonial dinner, 1963
Box   207
Folder   7
Miscellany
Box   207
Folder   8
“Capitol Casserole,” 1959-1962
Box   207
Folder   9
Proxmire, Elsie (Committee to Build Wisconsin Schools, visitation), 1959, undated
Box   207
Folder   10-11
Proxmire, Theodore S. I, Estate papers, 1960-1962
Proxmire, Theodore S. II
Box   207
Folder   12
Draft status, 1968-1971
Box   207
Folder   13
Accident, 1972
Subseries: Correspondence
Subject correspondence files, 1957-1959
Box   8
Folder   1
Agricultural appropriations
Box   8
Folder   2
Alaska/Hawaii statehood
Box   8
Folder   3
Alperovitz, Gar
Box   8
Folder   4
American Heritage
Box   8
Folder   5
Aviation
Box   8
Folder   6
Banking tax issues
Box   8
Folder   7
Beck, Melvin
Box   8
Folder   8
Cabaret taxes
Box   8
Folder   9
Boating (Bonner Bill), 1958
Box   8
Folder   10
Cheese
Box   8
Folder   11
Civil Defense bill, 1958
Box   8
Folder   12
Communications
Box   8
Folder   13
Communications excise tax
Box   8
Folder   14
Community health and sanitation
Box   8
Folder   15
Complaints
Box   8
Folder   16
Congratulatory letters from EWP
Box   8
Folder   17
Conservation bills
Box   8
Folder   18-19
Constituent correspondence
Box   8
Folder   20
Curtis Bill (Small business reinvestment), 1959
Dairy
Box   8
Folder   21
General
Box   8
Folder   22
Price supports
Box   8
Folder   23
Day, Roland
Box   8
Folder   24
Defense reorganization, 1958
Box   8
Folder   25
Disability tax
Box   8
Folder   26
Disease research
Box   8
Folder   27
Drug legislation
Education
Box   8
Folder   28
General
Box   8
Folder   29
Tax exemption
Box   8
Folder   30
Electric companies and political ads
Box   8
Folder   31
Employment discrimination
Box   8
Folder   32
Endorsements
Box   8
Folder   33
Excise taxes
Box   8
Folder   34
Expense report
Box   8
Folder   35
Export-import issues
Box   8
Folder   36-37
Farm bill
Box   8
Folder   38
Farm commodities
Box   8
Folder   39
Farm/soil concerns
Box   8
Folder   40
Federal gasoline tax
Box   8
Folder   41
Federal grants
Box   8
Folder   42
Fiellin, Alan, 1958
Box   8
Folder   43
Florida swamp issue, 1959
Box   8
Folder   44
Food programs
Box   8
Folder   45
Foreign affairs
Box   9
Folder   1
Foreign aid
Box   9
Folder   2
Form replies
Box   9
Folder   3
Gift correspondence
Box   9
Folder   4
Good Faith bill, 1958
Box   9
Folder   5
Glenn, Elizabeth, 1957
Box   9
Folder   6
Halvorsen, Arlene, 1958
Box   9
Folder   7
Health and Welfare
Box   9
Folder   8
Hell's Canyon Dam, 1958
Box   9
Folder   9
Highways
Box   9
Folder   10
Housing
Box   9
Folder   11
Oneida Tribe, 1958
Box   9
Folder   12
Huitt, Ralph
Box   9
Folder   13
Indian affairs
Box   9
Folder   14
Insurance
Box   9
Folder   15
International Typographical Union, 1958
Box   9
Folder   16
Inventions
Box   9
Folder   17
Jenkins-Keogh Bill, 1958
Box   9
Folder   18
Job applications
Box   9
Folder   19
John Rauschenberger Company, 1958
Johnson (Lyndon) controversy, 1959
Box   9
Folder   20
Con-General
Box   9
Folder   21
Pro
Box   9
Folder   22-25
Miscellaneous states
Box   9
Folder   26
California
Box   9
Folder   27
Illinois
Box   9
Folder   28
New York
Box   9
Folder   29
Pennsylvania
Box   9
Folder   30
Texas
Box   9
Folder   31-33
Wisconsin
Box   9
Folder   34
Kennedy Bill, 1958
Box   9
Folder   35
Klamath Indian Bill, 1958
Box   9
Folder   36-37
Kurz and Root Company, 1961-1962
Box   9
Folder   38
Labor
Box   9
Folder   39
Labor unions
Box   10
Folder   1
Labor unions (continued)
Box   10
Folder   2-3
Legislative committees
Box   10
Folder   4-5
Letters of appreciation
Box   10
Folder   6
Lewis, Robert
Box   10
Folder   7
Life insurance taxes
Box   10
Folder   8
Liquor
Box   10
Folder   9
Livestock and meat packers
Box   10
Folder   10
Loyalty Day, 1958
Box   10
Folder   11
Mandate ballot, 1958
Box   10
Folder   12
McCarthy steamship, 1959
Box   10
Folder   13
Milk
Box   10
Folder   14
Miller, Edwina
Box   10
Folder   15
Metalfab Inc.
Box   10
Folder   16-19
Meetings and invitations
Box   10
Folder   20
Murray, Nancy, 1957
Box   10
Folder   21
N, general
Box   10
Folder   22
National Canners Association, 1958
Box   10
Folder   23
National Defense Education Act
Box   10
Folder   24
National Guard, 1958
Box   10
Folder   25
Naturalization and immigration
Box   10
Folder   26
Nestingen, Ivan, 1957
Box   10
Folder   27-28
Newsletter correspondence
Box   10
Folder   29
Nike site, 1958
Box   10
Folder   30
Nordberg Manufacturing Company, 1958
Box   10
Folder   31
O cases, 1958
Box   10
Folder   32
Oil depletion
Box   10
Folder   33
Old age housing assistance, 1958
Box   10
Folder   34
Oppenheimer, Robert, 1957
Box   10
Folder   35
Oshkosh Candle and Novelty Company
Box   10
Folder   36
Overbeck, Henry
Box   10
Folder   37
Passport legislation, 1958
Box   10
Folder   38
Payroll controversy (regarding Congress), 1959
Box   10
Folder   39
Pay-TV
Box   10
Folder   40
Pension and retirement taxes
Box   10
Folder   41
Peterson, Brian J., 1958
Box   10
Folder   42
Pilot plant paper mill, 1958
Box   11
Folder   1
Plant Patent Act, 1959
Box   11
Folder   2
Pleuss, J.H., 1958
Box   11
Folder   3-5
Plywood quota, 1958
Box   11
Folder   6
Pollution control, 1958
Box   11
Folder   7
Postal bill (S 27), 1958
Box   11
Folder   8-13
Postal workers pay correspondence
Box   11
Folder   14
Postal workers retirement
Box   11
Folder   15
Pratt, Albert, 1958
Box   11
Folder   16
Poultry, 1958
Box   11
Folder   17
Pound, Ezra, 1958
Box   11
Folder   18
Public service correspondence, 1958
Box   11
Folder   19
Questionnaire letters, 1958
Box   11
Folder   20
R cases
Box   11
Folder   21
Rabinowitz, David, 1958
Box   11
Folder   22
Racine harbor, 1958
Box   11
Folder   23
Racine industrial exodus, 1958
Box   11
Folder   24
Racine Screw Machine Products Company, 1958
Box   11
Folder   25
Rahn, Walter, 1958
Box   11
Folder   26
Recreation, 1957-1958
Box   11
Folder   27
Reimholz Company
Box   11
Folder   28
Replies to radio census robo, 1958
Box   11
Folder   29
Replies to radio form letters, 1957
Box   11
Folder   30
Requests for donations
Box   11
Folder   31
Requests for information (sampled)
Box   11
Folder   32
Rice, Andrew, 1957
Box   11
Folder   33
Rice Petroleum, 1957
Box   11
Folder   34
Riemann, Dorothy
Box   11
Folder   35
Riley, Rufus
Box   11
Folder   36
River Falls, 1958
Box   11
Folder   37
Robinson-Patman Act, 1958
Box   11
Folder   38
Roth, John L., 1958
Box   11
Folder   39
Ruch, William, 1958
Box   11
Folder   40
Rural development, 1958
Box   11
Folder   41
Rural mail carrier bill, 1958
Box   11
Folder   42
Rural Electrification Administration, 1958
Box   11
Folder   43
School lunch program
Box   11
Folder   44
Seaton Bill, 1958
Box   11
Folder   45
Secrest, David, 1957
Box   11
Folder   46
Small Business Committee, 1957
Box   11
Folder   47
Small business concerns
Box   11
Folder   51
Social Security
Box   11
Folder   52
Soil conservation
Box   11
Folder   53
Sports bill, 1958
Box   11
Folder   54
Staff salaries, 1958
Box   11
Folder   55
States Rights bill, 1958
Box   11
Folder   56
State tax issues
Box   11
Folder   57
Strikes, 1957
Box   11
Folder   58
Surplus property, 1957
Box   11
Folder   59
Tariff issues
Box   12
Folder   1
Tarkow, Liesl
Box   12
Folder   2-4
Taxes
Box   12
Folder   5
Taxation of cooperatives
Box   12
Folder   6
Tax burden comparison, 1958
Box   12
Folder   7
Teacher's tax deduction
Box   12
Folder   8
Thank you correspondence
Box   12
Folder   9
Trade, 1958
Box   12
Folder   10
Transportation, 1958
Box   12
Folder   11-12
Television correspondence
Box   12
Folder   13
Un-American Activities Committee, 1958
Box   12
Folder   14
Unemployment
Box   12
Folder   16
Unfair pricing bill, 1958
Box   12
Folder   17
Utilities
Box   12
Folder   18
Veterans Affairs
Box   12
Folder   19
Veterans disability benefits
Box   12
Folder   20
Veterans educational benefits
Box   12
Folder   21
Veterans loans
Box   12
Folder   22
Veterans pension-Social Security issue
Box   12
Folder   23
Veterans, Spanish-American War
Box   12
Folder   24
Veterans, World War I
Box   12
Folder   25
Wasteful government spending
Box   12
Folder   26
Water pollution, 1957, 1962
Box   12
Folder   27
Wood and fur legislation
Box   12
Folder   28
Yankus, Stanley, 1959
Box   12
Folder   29
Young, Beverly, 1958
General
A
Box   12
Folder   30-33
1957-1958
1959-1960
Box   12
Folder   34
Aa-Ag
Box   12
Folder   35
Ad-Al
Box   13
Folder   1-14
Ag-Ay
1961-1962
Box   13
Folder   15-19
Aa-Ap
Box   14
Folder   1-2
Ar-Az
Box   14
Folder   3-12
1963-1964
Box   14
Folder   13
1965
Box   14
Folder   14
1967
B
1957-1958
Box   14
Folder   15-19
Ba-Bi
Box   15
Folder   1-9
Bl-By
1959-1960
Box   15
Folder   10-20
Ba-Benz
Box   16
Folder   1
Benson, Ezra Taft
Box   16
Folder   2
Benton, William
Box   16
Folder   3-11
Be-Bo
Box   16
Folder   12
Bowles, Chester and family
Box   16
Folder   13-19
Bra-Bry
Box   17
Folder   1-8
Brown-By
1959?, 1961-1962
Box   17
Folder   9-18
Ba-Bl
Box   18
Folder   1-12
Bo-By
1962-1963
Box   18
Folder   13-18
Ba-Bir
Box   19
Folder   1-8
Birn-By
1964
Box   19
Folder   9-19
Ba-Bol
Box   20
Folder   1-8
Bon-By
Box   20
Folder   9-12
1965, 1967
C
1957-1958
Box   20
Folder   13-20
Ca-Co
Box   21
Folder   1
Cr
1959-1961
Box   21
Folder   2-21
Ca-Cr
Box   22
Folder   1-2
Cre-Cy
Box   22
Folder   3-14
1961-1962
1962-1963
Box   22
Folder   15-19
Ca-Coh
Box   23
Folder   1-4
Col-Cy
Box   23
Folder   5-17
1964-1965, 1967
D
1957-1958
Box   23
Folder   18
Da
Box   24
Folder   1-4
De-Dy
1959-1961
Box   24
Folder   5-21
Da-Dry
Box   25
Folder   1-3
Du-Dy
Box   25
Folder   4-14
1961-1962
1962-1963
Box   26
Folder   15-21
Da-Do
Box   26
Folder   1-8
Dor-Dy
Box   26
Folder   9-10
1964, 1965
E
Box   26
Folder   11-14
1958
1959-1961
Box   26
Folder   15-16
Ea-El
Box   27
Folder   1-11
Eli-Ex
F
Box   28
Folder   1-4
1957-1958
Box   28
Folder   5-27
1959-1961 (includes Orville Freeman, federal agencies)
1961-1962
Box   28
Folder   28-?
Fa
Box   29
Folder   1-12
Fa (continued)-Fy
Box   29
Folder   13
1963, Fr only
Box   29
Folder   14-20
1964, Fa-Fu
Box   30
Folder   1-2
1965, 1967
G
Box   30
Folder   3-9
1957-1958
1959-1961
Box   30
Folder   10-19
Ga-Go
Box   31
Folder   1-8
Gold-Gy
1961-1962
Box   31
Folder   9-17
Ga-Go
Box   32
Folder   1-4
Gr
Box   32
Folder   5-13
1963
1964
Box   32
Folder   14-19
Ga-Gre
Box   33
Folder   1-3
Gri-Gu
Box   33
Folder   4-7
1965, 1967
H
Box   33
Folder   8-18
1957-1958
1959-1961
Box   34
Folder   1-23
Ha-Hoe
Box   35
Folder   1-8
Hof-Hy
1961-1962
Box   35
Folder   9-15
Ha-Hey
Box   36
Folder   1-8
Hey (continued)-Hy
1963
Box   36
Folder   9-15
Ha-Hey
Box   37
Folder   1-4
Hi-Hy
Box   37
Folder   5-14
1964, 1965
1967
Box   37
Folder   15-16
Ha-Hi
Box   38
Folder   1-2
Ho-Hy
Box   38
Folder   3-16
I
J
Box   38
Folder   17-20
1958
1959-1961
Box   38
Folder   21-25
Ja-Johnson
Box   39
Folder   1-2
Jo-Ju
Box   39
Folder   3-6
1961-1962
Box   39
Folder   7-12
1962-1963
Box   39
Folder   13-18
1964, 1965
Box   40
Folder   1
1967
K
Box   40
Folder   2-8
1957-1958
1959-1961
Box   33
Folder   9-18
Ka-Kl
Box   41
Folder   1-10
Kl (continued)-Ku
1961-1962
Box   41
Folder   11-17
Ka-Kl
Box   42
Folder   1-4
Kn-Ku
Box   42
Folder   5-14
1963
1964
Box   42
Folder   15-16
Ka
Box   43
Folder   1-5
Ke-Ky
Box   43
Folder   6-9
1965, 1967
L
Box   43
Folder   10-15
1957-1958
1959-1961
Box   43
Folder   16-18
La-Lar
Box   44
Folder   1-11
Las-Ly
1961-1962
Box   44
Folder   12-15
La-Len
Box   45
Folder   1-5
Leo-Ly
Box   45
Folder   7-14
1963
1964
Box   45
Folder   15-16
La
Box   46
Folder   1-3
Le-Ly
Box   46
Folder   4-6
1965, 1967
M
1957-1958
Box   46
Folder   7-8
Mc
Box   46
Folder   9-17
Ma-Mo
Box   47
Folder   1
Mu-My
1959-1961
Box   47
Folder   2-18
McCa-Means, Gardiner C.
Box   48
Folder   1-20
Men-My
1961-1962
Box   48
Folder   21-22
McA-McC
Box   49
Folder   1-20
McD-Mu
Box   50
Folder   1-15
1962-1963
1964
Box   50
Folder   16-17
McA-McG
Box   51
Folder   1-13
Ma-Mo
Box   51
Folder   14-15
1965
Box   51
Folder   16-20
1967
N
Box   52
Folder   1-5
1958
Box   52
Folder   6-20
, 1959-1961 (includes Gaylord Nelson and Ivan Nestingen)
1962
Box   52
Folder   21
Na
Box   53
Folder   1-4
Ne-Ny
Box   53
Folder   5-16
1963-1966
O
Box   53
Folder   17-18
1958
1959-1961
Box   53
Folder   19-23
Oa-Op
Box   54
Folder   1-2
Or-Oz
Box   54
Folder   3-14
1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967
P
1957-1958
Box   54
Folder   15-18
Pa-Pf
Box   55
Folder   1-2
Pi-Pu
1959-1961
Box   55
Folder   3-15
Pa-Prim
Box   56
Folder   1-2
Prin-Py
Box   56
Folder   3-10
1962, 1963
1964
Box   56
Folder   11-14
Pa-Pe
Box   57
Folder   1-3
Pf-Py
Box   57
Folder   4-6
1965, 1967
Box   57
Folder   7-8
Q
R
Box   30
Folder   9-14
1958
1959-1961
Box   57
Folder   15-17
Ra
Box   58
Folder   1-15
Rea-Ry (includes Abraham Ribicoff, William P. Rogers, and Dean Rusk)
Box   59
Folder   1-11
1962, 1963
1964
Box   59
Folder   12-13
Ra-Re
Box   60
Folder   1-4
Rh-Ry
Box   60
Folder   5-7
1965, 1967
S
1957-1958
Box   60
Folder   8-13
Sa-Si
Box   61
Folder   1-7
Sk-Sy
1959-1961
Box   61
Folder   8-14
Sa-Sch
Box   62
Folder   1-16
Sch (continued)-So
Box   63
Folder   1-14
Sp-Sy
1962
Box   53
Folder   15-18
Sa-Scha
Box   64
Folder   1-16
Schm-Sz
1963
Box   65
Folder   1-13
Sa-Sta
Box   69
Folder   1-6
Ste-Sz
1964
Box   65
Folder   7-9
Sa-Sh
Box   66
Folder   1-6
Si-Sy
Box   66
Folder   7-12
1965, 1967
T
1957-1958
Box   66
Folder   13-14
Ta-Th
Box   67
Folder   1-2
Ti-Ty
Box   67
Folder   3-12
1959-1961
Box   67
Folder   13-16
1962
Box   68
Folder   1-11
1963, 1964, 1965, 1967
Box   69
Folder   12-15
U
V
Box   69
Folder   16-17
1957-1958
1959-1961
Box   69
Folder   18
Va
Box   70
Folder   1-3
Va (continued)- Vu
Box   70
Folder   4-12
1962-1965, 1967
W
Box   70
Folder   13
1957
1958
Box   70
Folder   14-16
Wa-Wh
Box   71
Folder   1-3
Wi-Wy
1959-1961
Box   71
Folder   4-15
Wa-Whi
Box   72
Folder   1-10
Wi-Wy
1962
Box   72
Folder   11-13
Wa-We
Box   73
Folder   1-7
We (continued)- Wy
Box   73
Folder   8-10
1963
1964
Box   73
Folder   11-15
Wa-Wi
Box   74
Folder   1-2
Wi (continued)- Wy
Box   74
Folder   3-5
1965, 1967
Box   74
Folder   6-11
Y
Z
Box   74
Folder   12-15
1957-1958, 1959-1961
Box   75
Folder   1-5
1962, 1964, 1965
Unfiled, "final" correspondence
Box   77
Folder   1-?
1965-1967 May
Box   76
Folder   1-15
1967 June-1968 June
Box   76
Folder   16
1969-1972
1973
Box   76
Folder   17-34
A-S
Box   78
Folder   1-4
T-Z
Box   78
Folder   5-24
, 1974 (includes letters to and from senators)
Box   78
Folder   25-38
1975 (Alphabetical, includes letters to and from senators and White House)
Box   79
Folder   1-28
1975 November-1979 September
Box   80
Folder   1-2
1979 October-December
Personal acknowledgements (Yellow carbons)
Box   80
Folder   3-5
1957-1961
Box   80
Folder   6-27
1976 June-1978 May
Box   81
Folder   1-18
1978 June-1980 October, undated
Early form letters, 1958-1960
Agriculture
Box   81
Folder   19
Farm program
Box   81
Folder   20
Lamb grading
Box   81
Folder   21
Mexican farm labor extension
Box   81
Folder   22
Milwaukee high school class
Box   81
Folder   23
Special milk program
Box   81
Folder   24
Wheat legislation, 1960
Business
Box   81
Folder   25
Amendment to SBA, 1960
Box   81
Folder   26
Douglas truth in credit bill, 1960
Box   81
Folder   27
Fair trade (Douglas)
Box   81
Folder   28
Cranberry growers
Economics
Box   81
Folder   39
Tight money
Box   81
Folder   30
Budget #1
Box   81
Folder   31
Inflation
Box   81
Folder   32
Interest repeal
Education
Box   81
Folder   33
Education bill
Box   81
Folder   34-40
Forand Bill
Box   81
Folder   41-42
Loyalty oath
Box   81
Folder   43
Morse amendment, 1960
Box   82
Folder   1
Murray-Metcalf bill, 1960
Box   82
Folder   2
Private school scholarships and aid
Box   82
Folder   3
Foreign relations
Foreign aid
Box   82
Folder   4
Panamanian flag
Box   82
Folder   5
Summit issues
Box   82
Folder   6
General
Box   82
Folder   7
Humane treatment of animals, 1960
Box   82
Folder   8
General
Box   82
Folder   9
Academics and researchers
Box   83
Folder   1
Ice Age national park
Box   82
Folder   10
Interstate issues/Standard time
Labor
Box   82
Folder   11
Dirksen Bill, 1960
Box   82
Folder   12
Continuation of rackets committee
Box   82
Folder   13-14
Medical aid to the aged
Box   82
Folder   15
Military transfer of belongings
Minimum wage
Box   82
Folder   16
A&W root beer
Box   82
Folder   17
Automobiles
Box   82
Folder   18
Canning business
Box   82
Folder   19
General
Box   82
Folder   20
Hardware
Box   82
Folder   21
Hotels
Box   82
Folder   22
Pro
Box   82
Folder   23
Restaurants
Box   82
Folder   24
Retail
Box   82
Folder   25
Service stations
Box   82
Folder   26
Theatres
Box   82
Folder   27
Trucking industry
Box   82
Folder   28
Anti minimum wage
Box   82
Folder   42
Multiple subjects
Box   82
Folder   29
Obscene materials
Box   82
Folder   30
Keating amendment
Box   82
Folder   31
Smut
Box   82
Folder   32
Petition on world refugees
Picketing
Box   82
Folder   33
Exempt job site picketing
Box   82
Folder   34-35
Opposed
Post Office
Box   82
Folder   36-39
Employee pay raise
Box   82
Folder   40
Foley bill to lower rates for free newspapers
Box   82
Folder   41
Follow up
Box   83
Folder   2
Radio removal of religious broadcasting
Social Security
Box   83
Folder   3
Improvements
Box   83
Folder   4
Medical care
Box   83
Folder   5
Retirement at age 60
Box   83
Folder   6
Student exchange
Taxes
Box   83
Folder   7
Cabaret tax
Box   83
Folder   8
Deferment for self employed
Box   83
Folder   9
Dividend exclusion
Box   83
Folder   10
Fair and equitable income taxes
Box   83
Folder   11
Frear amendment
Box   83
Folder   12
Higher taxes for co-ops
Transportation
Box   83
Folder   13
Airline employee privileges
Box   83
Folder   14
Airline liquor
Box   83
Folder   15
Railroad passenger promotion
Veterans
Box   83
Folder   16
American Legion-Multiple subjects
Box   83
Folder   17
GI Bill
Box   83
Folder   18
Optometric outpatient care
Box   83
Folder   19
World War I pensions
Box   83
Folder   20
Wisconsin Odanah floor control measures
Box   83
Folder   21-23
World Court
Robo Correspondence
Robos filed by aide
Box   83
Folder   24-27
1973, 1978-1979, Shirley Snyder
Box   83
Folder   28
Miscellaneous aides
Box   83
Folder   29-30
1986 (Daisy, Mort, Ken, Ruth, Larry)
Box   83
Folder   31
1987 (Sandy, Marion, RF, KD)
1988
Box   83
Folder   32-34
Davis, Bobbie
Box   84
Folder   1
Davis, Bobbie (continued)
Robos filed chronologically
Box   84
Folder   3
1961
Box   84
Folder   4
1964 July-December
Box   84
Folder   5-6
1965-1966
Box   84
Folder   7-8
1973
Box   84
Folder   9
, 1974 (very incomplete)
Box   84
Folder   10
1975
Box   84
Folder   11
1976
Box   84
Folder   2
Index
Box   84
Folder   12-14
Draft letters
Box   84
Folder   15
, 1977-1978 (very incomplete)
Box   84
Folder   16
1979
Box   84
Folder   17
, 1982 (incomplete)
Box   84
Folder   18
1986
Box   84
Folder   19-21
1987-1988
Robos filed by subject and annual lists
1973
Box   84
Folder   22
A-O
Box   85
Folder   1
P-Z
Box   85
Folder   2-4
, 1974 (no subject annual list)
Box   85
Folder   5-7
, 1975 (no subject annual list)
Box   85
Folder   8-10
1976
Box   85
Folder   11
, 1977 (A-L only)
Box   85
Folder   12
, 1979 (no annual subject list)
Box   85
Folder   13
, 1982-1983 (700 series only)
Box   85
Folder   14-17
1984-1985
1986
Box   85
Folder   18
A-E
Box   86
Folder   1
F-Z
Box   86
Folder   2-4
1987
Box   86
Folder   5-6
Original robo letter drafts
Box   86
Folder   7-8
1987-1988
Box   86
Folder   9
“Permanent robos”
Statistical reports on letters received
Box   86
Folder   10
1959
Box   86
Folder   11-13
1970-1975
Box   86
Folder   14
1977-1979
Box   86
Folder   15-20
1984-1988
Robo correspondence, Incoming (Extensively sampled)
Abortion
Box   86
Folder   21
1975
Box   86
Folder   22-24
Anti, 1976-1977 (#5)
Box   86
Folder   25
Anti, 1979 (#10)
Box   86
Folder   26
Amendment to HEW bill, 1976
Box   86
Folder   27-28
Hyde Human Life amendment, 1976-1978
Box   87
Folder   1
Anti-Hyde Amendment, 1976 (#179)
Box   87
Folder   2
Pro, 1976 (#4)
Box   87
Folder   3
Pro, 1979 (#33)
Box   87
Folder   4
Versus Proxmire, 1976 (#59)
Box   87
Folder   5
Agriculture yearbooks, 1976/79 (#736)
Box   87
Folder   6
Aid to Vietnam [anti], 1976 (#87)
Box   87
Folder   7
Airline deregulation, 1977 (#74)
Box   87
Folder   8
Algoma plywood plant, 1976 (#193)
Box   87
Folder   9
Aliens, 1977 (#103)
Box   87
Folder   10
Alton, Illinois lock and dam, 1976 (#174)
Box   87
Folder   11
America Awakes, 1976 (#922)
Amtrak
Box   87
Folder   12
Cuts [anti], 1979 (#53)
Box   87
Folder   13
Fox River Valley, 1979 (#37)
Box   87
Folder   14
Milwaukee-Chicago cut, 1976 (#84)
Box   87
Folder   15
Angola, 1976 (#12/13)
Box   87
Folder   16
Animal research [anti], 1979 (#57)
Box   87
Folder   17
Animal welfare [anti], 1976 (#79/116)
Box   87
Folder   18
Animals, 1976 (#78)
Box   87
Folder   19
Anti-boycott legislation, 1977 (#809)
Box   87
Folder   20
Anti-trust improvement act, 1976 (#128)
Box   87
Folder   21
Arctic gas pipeline, 1976 (#96)
Box   87
Folder   22
Art funding, 1976 (#129)
Box   87
Folder   23
Astronauts, 1976 (#56)
Box   87
Folder   24
Atlantic Union, 1976 (#13)
Box   87
Folder   25
B-1 bomber, 1976-1977 (#138)
Box   87
Folder   26
Balanced budget [pro], 1979 (#56)
Box   87
Folder   27
Baltic states, 1976 (#52)
Box   87
Folder   28-32
Banking letters, 1976-1977 (#802-3/808-9/814)
Box   87
Folder   33
Beaver Creek water shed project, 1976 (#923)
Box   87
Folder   34
Beta Sigma Phi Week, 1976 (#72)
Box   87
Folder   35
Brazil, 1976 (#74)
Box   87
Folder   36
Budget cap on reimbursement, 1976 (#157)
Box   87
Folder   37
Busing, 1976 (#45)
Box   87
Folder   38
Campaign finance, 1979 (#55)
Box   87
Folder   39
Cancer, (#152)
Box   87
Folder   40
Carry-over basis, 1979 (#64)
Box   87
Folder   41
CETA [pro] , 1976 (#101)
Box   87
Folder   42
Chemical waste dumps, 1979 (#79)
Child and Family Services Act
Box   87
Folder   43-44
Anti, 1976 (#22)
Box   87
Folder   45
, 1976 (#94)
Box   87
Folder   46
Pro, 1976 (#23)
Box   87
Folder   47
Anti, 1979 (#42)
Box   87
Folder   48
Child pornography, 1977 (#56)
Box   87
Folder   49
China, 1979 (#2)
Box   87
Folder   50
Chiropractors, 1979 (#26)
Box   87
Folder   51
Church of God, 1979 (#39)
Civil Service
Box   87
Folder   52
Pay increase [pro], 1979 (#85)
Box   87
Folder   53
Pension, 1977 (#173)
Box   87
Folder   54
Retirees, 1976 (#1/715)
Box   87
Folder   55
Retirement [anti], 1979 (#34)
Box   87
Folder   56
Civilian marksmanship-[pro]-director, 1979 (#68)
Clean Air Act
Box   87
Folder   57
, 1976 (#108)
Box   87
Folder   58
Anti S. 3219, 1976 (#50/139)
Box   87
Folder   59
Emissions, 1976 (#58)
Box   87
Folder   60
Pro relaxing standards, 1977 (#72)
Box   87
Folder   61
Davis-Bacon Act, 1979 (#80/81)
Box   87
Folder   62
Electoral College, 1976-1977 (#32)
Box   88
Folder   1
Commissary closings, 1976 (#39)
Box   88
Folder   2
Congratulations re-election, 1976 (#199)
Box   88
Folder   3
Congressional pay raise, 1977 (#4)
Consumers
Box   88
Folder   4
Cooperative Bank Act, 1978 (#800)
Box   88
Folder   5
Product Safety Commission Act, 1976 (#117)
Box   88
Folder   6
Corps of Engineers jurisdiction, 1976 (#181)
Box   88
Folder   7
Crash party, 1976 (#83)
Credit unions
Box   88
Folder   8
Regulations [anti], 1979 (#845)
Box   88
Folder   9
, 1976 (#807)
Box   88
Folder   10
Crime, 1975 (#204)
Box   88
Folder   11
Criticism of Senator Proxmire, 1975-1977 (#720)
Box   88
Folder   12
Cullen, Michael [anti], 1979 (#23)
Box   88
Folder   13
Cults [anti], 1979 (#43)
Box   88
Folder   14
Dairy herd, 1976 (#60)
Box   88
Folder   15
Day care standards, 1976 (#170)
Box   88
Folder   16
Dead bills, 1976 (#195)
Box   88
Folder   17
Declaration of interdependence, 1976 (#67)
Box   88
Folder   18
Defense legislation proposal, 1976 (#90/912)
Box   88
Folder   19
Denver mint, 1976 (#806)
Box   88
Folder   20
Diabetes, 1976 (#137)
Box   88
Folder   21
Direct student loans, 1977 (#81)
Box   88
Folder   22
Distribution of automobile crash parts, 1976 (#83)
Box   88
Folder   23
Dolphins, 1976 (#127)
Box   88
Folder   24
Donahue, Phil, 1979 (#32)
Box   88
Folder   25
Draft [anti], 1977 (#52/71)
Education
Box   88
Folder   26
[Anti] department of, 1979 (#74)
Box   88
Folder   27
[Pro] department of, 1979 (#75)
Box   88
Folder   28
Egypt, Sale of planes, 1976 (#103)
Energy
Box   88
Folder   29
[and] Carter, 1977 (#90/99)
Box   88
Folder   30
[anti] Mandatory controls, 1979 (#28)
Box   88
Folder   31
[anti] Part E, 1977 (#156)
Box   88
Folder   32
Conservation, 1977 (#38)
Box   88
Folder   33
Independence authority, 1976 (#815)
Box   88
Folder   34
Legislation, 1975
Box   88
Folder   35
Suggestions, 1977 (#98)
Box   88
Folder   36
Suggestions, 1979 (#27)
EPA
Box   88
Folder   37
Abolish [pro], 1976 (#26)
Box   88
Folder   38
Beverage containers [anti], 1976 (#35)
Box   88
Folder   39
ERA extension, 1978 (#9)
Box   88
Folder   40
Equality for women athletics - Title IX [pro], 1979 (#76)
Box   88
Folder   41
Ethics bill v. Baker amendment, 1977 (#80)
Box   88
Folder   42
Ex parte, 1979 (#13)
FAA
Box   88
Folder   43
Flight rules [revised], 1979 (#17)
Box   88
Folder   44
Letter, 1979
Box   88
Folder   45
FBI training costs, 1976 (#102)
Box   88
Folder   46
FEC [anti], 1979 (#61)
Box   88
Folder   47
FTC ruling, 1976 (#123)
Box   88
Folder   48
Face the Nation, 1976 (#62)
Box   88
Folder   49
Family planning, 1976 (#151)
Box   88
Folder   50
Farmers, 1979 (#40)
Box   88
Folder   51
Federal reserve system membership, 1979 (#842)
Box   88
Folder   52
Federal retirement, 1976 (#145)
Box   88
Folder   53
FIA - financial reform act, 1976 (#805/808)
Box   88
Folder   54
Fishing rights bill, 1975-76
Box   88
Folder   55
Flu, 1976 (#197)
Food stamps
Box   88
Folder   56
[Anti] for strikers, 1976 (#136)
Box   88
Folder   57
[Pro] program, 1976 (#124)
Box   88
Folder   58
[Pro] reform, 1976 (#125)
Box   88
Folder   59
Foreign assistance, 1976 (#86)
Box   88
Folder   60
Franchise changes, 1979 (#18)
Box   89
Folder   1
G.I. Bill, 1978 (#14)
Box   89
Folder   2
Gas de-regulation, 1977 (#174)
Box   89
Folder   3-4
Gas rationing, 1979 (#90)
Box   89
Folder   5-16
General, 1975-1979 (#700-60)
Box   89
Folder   17
Genocide Treaty, 1976 (#135)
Box   89
Folder   18
God removed from pledge, et cetera, 1977-1978 (#8)
Box   89
Folder   19
Gold reserves audit, 1979 (#837)
Box   89
Folder   20-21
Golden Fleece nominations, 1976, 1979 (#38/6)
Box   89
Folder   22-23
Government spending, 1978-1979 (#81/60)
Box   89
Folder   24
Grand Old Opry [pro], 1979 (#75)
Box   89
Folder   25
Green Thumb, 1976 (#106)
Gun control
Box   89
Folder   26
[Anti], 1977, 1979 (#16/18/50)
Box   89
Folder   27
, 1976 (#10)
Box   90
Folder   1
, 1976 (continued)
Box   90
Folder   2
[Pro], 1976 (#33)
Box   90
Folder   3
Gun positions, 1976,1977 (#99/10)
Box   90
Folder   4
HUD Section 701, 1976 (#89)
H.R.
Box   90
Folder   5
House campaigns [anti], (#55)
Box   90
Folder   6
HR 9803 [anti], 1976 (#920)
Box   90
Folder   7
Hair standards, National Guard, 1976 (#915)
Hatch Act
Box   90
Folder   8
[Against Proxmire vote], 1976 (#7/8)
Box   90
Folder   9
Override veto, 1976 (#114/115)
Box   90
Folder   10
Harp seals, 1976 (#927)
Box   90
Folder   11
Hays, 1976 (#148)
Box   90
Folder   12
Hayward FHA office, 1976 (#926)
Box   90
Folder   13
Health manpower bill (dentists), 1976 (#153)
Box   90
Folder   14
Health planning guidelines, 1977 (#16)
Box   90
Folder   15
Helms amendment [anti], 1979 (#59)
Box   90
Folder   16
Highway 45, 1977 (#54)
Box   90
Folder   17
Highway safety, 1976 (#918)
Box   90
Folder   18
Holder-in-due-course, 1976 (#817)
Box   90
Folder   19
Horicon Marsh, 1976 (#941)
Box   90
Folder   20
Hospital bill, 1977 (#120/143)
Box   90
Folder   21
Hospital cost containment, 1979 (#86/15)
Box   90
Folder   22
Hospital reimbursement, 1976 (#122)
Box   90
Folder   23-26
House bills, 1975-1978 (#715)
Box   90
Folder   27
House ethics, 1976 (#928)
Box   90
Folder   28
Housing amendments, 1976 (#816)
Box   90
Folder   29
Hudson nursing, 1979 (#46)
Box   90
Folder   30
Humphrey-Hawkins full employment, 1976 (#813)
Box   90
Folder   31
Hymn in book of worship, 1976 (#186)
Box   90
Folder   32
In vitro fertilization, 1979 (#45)
Box   90
Folder   33
Indian education, 1976 (#171)
Box   90
Folder   34
Indian jurisdiction, 1976 (#140)
Box   90
Folder   35
Inflation, 1975, 1979 (#5)
Box   90
Folder   36
Insurance for pregnant girls, 1976 (#203)
Box   90
Folder   37
Internal Security Subcommittee, 1976 (#51)
Box   90
Folder   38
International Women's Year Conference, 1976, 1977 (#64/164)
Box   90
Folder   39
Iola Hospital, 1976 (#131)
Box   90
Folder   40
IRS tax private schools [anti] (#1)
Box   90
Folder   41-42
Israel, 1976-1977 (#44/177)
Box   90
Folder   43
Israel and Egypt, 1979 (#54)
Box   90
Folder   44
Janesville elderly housing, 1979 (#902)
Box   90
Folder   45
Jobs creation act, 1976 (#824)
Box   90
Folder   46
Kennedy assassination, 1976 (#149)
Box   90
Folder   47
Kennedy truck bill, 1979 (#38)
Box   90
Folder   48
Kilpatrick article, 1976 (#156)
Box   90
Folder   49
La Courte Oreilles conservation ordinance, 1976 (#143)
Labor
Box   90
Folder   50
HEW bill [pro: veto over-ride], 1976 (#29)
Box   90
Folder   51-52
HEW bill, 1977, 1979 (#63/24)
Box   90
Folder   53
Law reform, 1977 (#166-67)
Box   90
Folder   54
[Anti], 1978 (#2)
Box   91
Folder   1-3
[Anti], 1978 (#2)
Box   91
Folder   4
[Pro], 1978 (#1)
Box   91
Folder   5-6
Proxmire vote, 1976
Box   91
Folder   7, 26
Labor unions in military, [anti], 1977 (#129 & #12)
Box   91
Folder   8
Laetrile, 1977 (#17/116)
Box   91
Folder   9
Lake Pewaukee sanitary district, 1976 (#908)
Box   91
Folder   10
Large space telescope, 1976 (#63)
Box   91
Folder   11
Limited income, 1979 (#70)
Box   91
Folder   12
Limousine abuse, 1979 (#51)
Box   91
Folder   13
Lobbying disclosure, 1976 (#154)
Locks and Dam #26
Box   91
Folder   14
[Anti], 1976-1977 (#20/57/194)
Box   91
Folder   15
[Pro], 1976-1977 (#78/174)
Box   91
Folder   16
Long-Mondale day care, 1976 (#90/132)
Box   91
Folder   17
Low-income housing, 1976 (#916)
Box   91
Folder   18
M-1 rifle sale, 1978 (#20)
Box   91
Folder   19
Magna Carta trip, 1976 (#113)
Box   91
Folder   20
March newsletter [pro], 1979 (#49)
Box   91
Folder   21
Marijuana, 1976, l1977 (#906)
Box   91
Folder   22
Monagola forest ban, 1976 (#109)
Box   91
Folder   23
Mental health, 1976 (#150)
Box   91
Folder   24
Metric system [pro], 1976 (#917)
Box   91
Folder   25
Middle River health facility, 1977 (#84)
Milwaukee
Box   91
Folder   27
Boat launch ramp, 1979 (#58)
Box   91
Folder   28
CB abuses, 1977 (#918)
Box   91
Folder   29
Neighborhood security aides, 1976 (#111)
Box   91
Folder   30
Mineral Point FBI speech, 1971 (#901)
Minimum wage
Box   91
Folder   1
[Anti], 1975 (#18)
Box   91
Folder   32
1977, (#48)
Box   91
Folder   33
Motorcycle helmets, 1975 (#900)
Box   91
Folder   34
Motorcycles on federal land, 1977 (#79)
Box   91
Folder   35
NASA: lunar curatorial facility, 1976 (#93)
NSF
Box   91
Folder   36
Funding, 1976 (#98/165)
Box   91
Folder   37
Instructional implement, 1976 (#68)
Box   91
Folder   38
Nambia, 1976 (#198)
Box   91
Folder   39
National compensation standards [anti], 1977 (#77)
Box   91
Folder   40
National consumer co-op bank, 1978 (#800)
Box   91
Folder   41
National Eye Institute, 1976 (#155)
Box   91
Folder   42
National Federation of Independent Business, 1975 (#914)
Box   91
Folder   43
National Forests [save], 1976 (#133)
Box   91
Folder   44
National health insurance [anti], 1979 (#4)
Box   91
Folder   45
National Institute of Building Sciences, 1977 (#89)
Natural gas
Box   91
Folder   46
Deregulation[anti], 1976 (#71)
Box   91
Folder   47
Rate increase, 1976 (#182)
Box   91
Folder   48
Needs of senior citizens, 1976 (#192)
Box   91
Folder   49
New River, 1976 (#188)
New York City
Box   91
Folder   50
, 1977-1979 (#802/878)
Box   91
Folder   51
Loan, 1976 (#812)
Box   91
Folder   52
Rent control, 1976 (#819-20)
Box   91
Folder   53
[Anti], 1977 (#801)
Box   91
Folder   54
Phase out, 1976 (#810-11)
Box   91
Folder   55
Visit, 1978 (#806)
Box   91
Folder   56
Nixon trip to China [anti], 1976 (#73)
Box   91
Folder   57
No fault insurance [pro], 1976 (#66/100)
Nuclear power
Box   91
Folder   58
[Anti], 1979 (#62)
Box   91
Folder   59
[Pro] state veto, 1979 (#29)
Box   91
Folder   60
Plant: Tyrone [anti], 1976 (#36)
Box   91
Folder   61
Nurses, 1979 (#41/89)
Box   91
Folder   62
Nursing homes, 1977 (#83)
Box   91
Folder   63-64
Nutrition program 1976, 1979 (#118/36)
Box   91
Folder   65-66
Oil company divestiture, 1976 (#97)
Box   92
Folder   1
Oil price decontrol [anti], 1979 (#66)
Box   92
Folder   2
Older Americans Act, 1976 (#178)
“One shot”
Box   92
Folder   3
Butler middle school, 1976 (#971)
Box   92
Folder   4
In God We Trust, 1976 (#907)
Box   92
Folder   5
Mandatory immunization, 1976 (#910)
Box   92
Folder   6
Title I HEW, 1976 (#906)
Box   92
Folder   7
Osteopathy, 1976 (#925)
Box   92
Folder   8
Outside income, 1979 (#70)
Box   92
Folder   9
PTL, 1979 (#84)
Panama
Box   92
Folder   10
, 1976 (#142)
Box   92
Folder   11
Keep canal, 1977 (#40)
Box   92
Folder   12
Treaty, 1977-1978 (#160)
Box   92
Folder   13
[Pro], 1978 (#4)
Box   92
Folder   14
[Anti], 1978 (#5)
Box   92
Folder   15
Parcel post, 1976 (#176)
Box   92
Folder   16
Pension bill, 1976 (#924)
Box   92
Folder   17
Performance warranty, 1976 (#50)
Box   92
Folder   18
Pornography regarding Christ, 1977 (#157)
Box   92
Folder   19
Port Washington, 1977 (#85)
Box   92
Folder   20
Postcard voter registration [anti], 1976 (#119)
Post Offices
Box   92
Folder   21
Couderay, 1976 (#934)
Box   92
Folder   22
Eastman, 1976 (#936)
Box   92
Folder   23
Haugen, 1976 (#933)
Box   92
Folder   24
Little Suamico, 1976 (#909)
Box   92
Folder   25-26
Miscellaneous closings, 1976
Box   92
Folder   27
Star Lake, 1976 (#935)
Postal Service
Box   92
Folder   28
Arbitration bill [pro], 1979 (#69)
Box   92
Folder   29
Rate [pro 10¢], 1976 (#9)
Box   92
Folder   30
Reorganization, 1976 (#147)
Box   92
Folder   31
Service, 1976 (#130)
Box   92
Folder   32
Subsidies, 1976 (#112)
Box   92
Folder   33
Supervisors, 1976 (#92)
Box   92
Folder   34
Prayer in school, 1977 (#66)
Box   92
Folder   35
Price-Anderson act, 1975 (#960)
Box   92
Folder   36
Private school tuition tax credit, 1977 (#88)
Box   92
Folder   37
Project Involve, 1976 (#178)
Box   92
Folder   38
Public employee strikes [anti], 1976 (#95)
Public works bill
Box   92
Folder   39
Vote against over-ride of, 1976 (#69)
Box   92
Folder   40
Vote to sustain, 1976 (#80)
Box   92
Folder   41
RSVP program [pro], 1976 (#161)
Randolph bill
Box   92
Folder   42
[Postal], 1976 (#146)
Box   92
Folder   43
[Pro] , 1976 (#133)
Box   92
Folder   44
RARE II, 1979 (#22)
Box   92
Folder   45
Redwood loggers, 1979 (#47)
Box   92
Folder   46
Regional medical projects, 1976 (#144)
Box   92
Folder   47
Reinstating the draft, 1979 (#71)
Box   92
Folder   48-50
Religious broadcasts, 1976-1979 (#158/11/52)
Box   92
Folder   51
Resource conservation [pro], 1976 (#61)
Box   92
Folder   52-54
Revenue Sharing, 1976 (#30)
Box   92
Folder   55
Rhodesia, 1979 (#88)
Box   92
Folder   56
Right-to-food, 1976 (#31)
Box   92
Folder   57
Right-to-life roses, 1976 (#904)
Box   93A
Folder   1
Rehab loan funds, 1976 (#37)
Box   93A
Folder   2-4
Right-to-work, 1976-1977 (#184/196/59)
Box   93A
Folder   5
Rooms [anti-Mrs. Proxmire], 1976 (#126)
Box   93A
Folder   6
Rose [pro], 1976 (#183)
Box   93A
Folder   7
S1 crime bill, 1976 (#6)
Box   93A
Folder   8
SALT [anti], 1979 (#35)
Box   93A
Folder   9
SSI payments reduced, 1976 (#185)
Box   93A
Folder   10
SST landing [anti], 1976 (#55)
Box   93A
Folder   11
Saccharin, 1977 (#64)
Box   93A
Folder   12
Selective Service appropriations, 1976 (#166)
Senate
Box   93A
Folder   13
Bill [anti], 1977 (#814)
Box   93A
Folder   14
Election reform act, 1977 (#77)
Box   93A
Folder   15, 37
Office Building [anti], 1979 (#31)
Box   93A
Folder   16
Rule 22 change [anti], 1979 (#12)
Box   93A
Folder   17
Servants [pro], 1976 (#160)
Box   93A
Folder   18
Sex and the male driver, 1976 (#110)
Box   93A
Folder   19-20
Sex-pot study, 1976 (#3, #141)
Box   93A
Folder   21
Shoe imports, 1977 (#21/41)
SITUS bill
Box   93A
Folder   22
Sustain veto, 1975 (#20)
Box   93A
Folder   23
[Anti], 1975 (#21)
Box   93A
Folder   24-26
Picketing, 1977 (#60, #65)
Box   93A
Folder   27
Small refiner exemption [anti], 1976 (#154)
Box   93A
Folder   28-29
Small savers, 1979 (#73/84)
Box   93A
Folder   30
Snow mobile regulation [anti], 1977 (#67)
Box   93A
Folder   31-32
Social Security, 1975-1977 (#105/115)
Box   93A
Folder   33
Cuts, 1979 (#20)
Box   93A
Folder   34
60 Minutes - NASA space colonies letter, 1977 (#182)
Box   93A
Folder   35
Solid waste utilization act, 1976 (#173)
Box   93A
Folder   36
Space telescope, 1976 (#63)
Box   93A
Folder   38
Steel jaw straps [anti], 1976 (#65)
Box   93A
Folder   39
Street de-icing [anti], 1977 (#910)
Box   93A
Folder   40
Supplemental housing, 1976 (#916)
Taxes
Box   93A
Folder   41
General, 1977 (#161)
Box   93A
Folder   42
Americans living abroad, 1978 (#3)
Box   93A
Folder   43
Charities, 1975-76 (#35/32)
Box   93A
Folder   44
Exemption: District of Columbia, 1976 (#41)
Box   93A
Folder   45
Elderly tax credit, 1977 (#181)
Box   93A
Folder   46-47
Estate, 1976 (#16/190)
Box   93A
Folder   48
$50 a day cut, 1979 (#82)
Box   93A
Folder   49
Minimum, 1976 (#164)
Box   93A
Folder   50
Pension deduction, 1976 (#167)
Box   93A
Folder   51
Private schools [anti], 1979 (#1)
Box   93A
Folder   52
Rebate, 1977 (#86-87)
Box   93A
Folder   53
Reduction [American], 1979 (#72)
Box   93A
Folder   54-55
Reform amendment, 1976-1977 (#162-63)
Box   94
Folder   1
Today Show, 1976
Box   94
Folder   2
Renters, 1976 (#180)
Box   94
Folder   3
Sick pay exclusion, 1977 (#42)
Box   94
Folder   4
Social Security [anti], 1976 (#54)
Box   94
Folder   5
Tuition, 1976 (#42)
Box   94
Folder   6
Tuition relief, 1977-1978 (#7)
Telephone
Box   94
Folder   7
Law [pro], 1976 (#117)
Box   94
Folder   8
Legislation [pro], 1976 (#107)
Box   94
Folder   9
Reform bill, 1976 (#177)
Television
Box   94
Folder   10
Obscenity, 1976 (#191)
Box   94
Folder   11
Programs, 1976 (#189)
Box   94
Folder   12
Violence [anti], 1976 (#88)
Box   94
Folder   13-18
Thank yous, 1976-1979 (#714)
Box   94
Folder   19
Timber harvest - Humphrey bill, 1976 (#109)
Box   94
Folder   20
Toxic substances bill, 1976 (#82)
Box   94
Folder   21
Truck deregulation [anti], 1979 (#14)
Box   94
Folder   22
Tuition relief, 1977 (#88)
Box   94
Folder   23
Tule elk bill, 1976 (#175)
Box   94
Folder   24
Turkey, 1976 (#120)
Box   94
Folder   25
Utility rate increase, 1976 (#70)
Box   94
Folder   26
U.S.S. Saratoga, 1979 (#83)
VA
Box   94
Folder   27
Committee, 1976 (#202)
Box   94
Folder   28
Hospital: Portland, 1977 (#73)
Box   94
Folder   29
Poppies, 1976 (#172)
Veterans
Box   94
Folder   30
Cost-of-living, 1976 (#121)
Box   94
Folder   31-32
Pensions, 1976-1977 (#53/82)
Box   94
Folder   33
WWI veterans, 1978 (#6)
Box   94
Folder   34
State homes, 1976 (#104)
Box   94
Folder   35
Vietnamese refugees, 1979 (#30)
Box   94
Folder   36
VISTA, 1976 (#75)
Box   94
Folder   37
Vitamins, 1976 (#17)
Box   94
Folder   38
Vocational education, 1976 (#85)
Box   94
Folder   39
Voter registration, 1977 (#75)
Box   94
Folder   40
Warnke [anti], 1977
Box   94
Folder   41
Water resource reform [pro], 1977 (#71)
Windfall profits tax
Box   94
Folder   42
[Anti], 1979 (#78)
Box   94
Folder   56
[Pro], 1979 (#65)
Box   94
Folder   43-46
Wisconsin matters, 1976-1979 (#716)
Box   94
Folder   47-48
World food reserves, 1976-1977 (#201/15)
Box   94
Folder   49
World hunger, 1979 (#21)
Box   94
Folder   50
Workers compensation act [anti], 1979 (#77)
Box   94
Folder   51
Weekend closing of gas stations [anti], 1979 (#67)
Box   94
Folder   52
Welfare, anti, 1976 (#134)
Box   94
Folder   53
West Allis municipal airport, 1976 (#942)
Box   94
Folder   54
Wheat for oil, 1979 (#63)
Box   94
Folder   55
Wild horses and burros, 1979 (#48)
Box   94
Folder   57
Youth camp safety act [anti], 1976 (24)
Subseries: Staff Papers
Alvin Anderson
Box   93B
Folder   1
Appropriation Committee, EEO reports, 1977
Box   93B
Folder   2
Consolidation of government agencies, 1975-1977
Box   93B
Folder   3
X-mas Club project
Steve Brunner
Box   93B
Folder   4
Defense appropriation, 1963
NASA
Box   93B
Folder   5
Appropriation, 1962
Box   93B
Folder   6
Clippings
Box   93B
Folder   7
Scientific manpower information
Carl Eifert
General correspondence
Box   98B
Folder   1-7
1973 July-1975 September
Box   95
Folder   1-6
1975 October-1976 March
Box   96
Folder   1
Cable television
Box   93B
Folder   8
Cheese imports, 1975
Box   96
Folder   2
Communications speech, 1974
Box   96
Folder   3
Copyright revision (S22 and S13610)
Box   93B
Folder   9
Dairy, 1970-1976
Box   96
Folder   4
Election reform, 1975
Box   96
Folder   5
FCC oversight, 1973
Fairness doctrine
Box   96
Folder   6
Accuracy in Media Inc., 1975
Box   96
Folder   7-11
Background information
Box   96
Folder   12
Brady, Ben, 1975
Box   96
Folder   13
Complaints, 1974
Box   96
Folder   14-15
Correspondence, 1973-1975
Box   96
Folder   16
Draft writings
Box   96
Folder   17
Gun control
Box   96
Folder   18
Hearings
Box   97
Folder   1-2
Hearings (continued)
Box   97
Folder   3
Legislation
Box   97
Folder   4
Naussau Broadcasting, 1975
Box   97
Folder   5-6
Questionnaires and letters
Box   97
Folder   7
TV Guide article responses, 1975
Box   97
Folder   8
Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union, 1975
Box   97
Folder   9
Smith, Cy, 1974
Box   97
Folder   10
Families Against Censored Television, 1973
Box   93B
Folder   10
Fiscal notes, 1974-1975
Box   93B
Folder   11
General subjects, 1970-1976
Box   97
Folder   11
Humor
Box   97
Folder   12
Meatpackers, 1970-1974
Box   97
Folder   13
Midwest Democratic Caucus, 1975-1976
Box   97
Folder   14-16
Miscellany
Box   97
Folder   17
Mobile homes, 1971-1973
Box   97
Folder   18
National Advertising Review Board
Box   97
Folder   19
National Association of Broadcasters
Box   97
Folder   20
National Cable Television Association, 1974-1975
Box   97
Folder   21
Notes
Box   97
Folder   22
Packerland Packing company case, 1975-1976
Box   97
Folder   23
“Selling of the Pentagon,” 1971
Box   97
Folder   24
Shield law, 1973
Box   97
Folder   25
Sports blackouts, 1971-1976
Box   207
Folder   14-23
UPI galleys from Walter Phair and others, 1970-1974, undated
Box   97
Folder   26
USDA office consolidation, 1975
Box   97
Folder   27
Violence
Box   97
Folder   28
Whitehead, Clay, 1975
Ruth Fleischer
Box   98A
Folder   1
Accomplishments of Proxmire, undated
Box   98A
Folder   2
Dairyland Power and nuclear energy, 1985
Box   98A
Folder   3
Energy and environment memos, undated
Box   98A
Folder   4-7
Memoranda, 1985
Chuck Graham
Box   98A
Folder   8
Anti-trust amendment, 1961
Box   98A
Folder   9
Batteries, 1961
Box   98A
Folder   10
Community leaders conference, 1961
Box   98A
Folder   11
Campaign regulation, 1960
Box   98A
Folder   12
Corcoran, Thomas, FPC contracts, 1960
Box   98A
Folder   13
Congressional contacts with FCC contracts, 1960
Box   98A
Folder   14
Housing, 1961
Box   98A
Folder   15
Internships, 1959-1961
Box   98A
Folder   16
Kennedy appointments in Wisconsin, 1960
Box   98A
Folder   17
Lobbying, 1960
Box   98A
Folder   18
Mayors conference data, 1961
Box   98A
Folder   19
Milk sanitation, 1960
Home office files
Early (Jerry Bruno and Jerry Clark)
Box   99
Folder   1
Agriculture
Box   99
Folder   2
Day, Roland, 1957-1958
Box   99
Folder   3
Federal
Box   99
Folder   4
Fuels
Box   99
Folder   5
Campaign correspondence and miscellany, 1957-1962
Box   98A
Folder   20-21
Campaign correspondence (continued)
Box   99
Folder   6
Clippings
Box   99
Folder   7
Foster, William, 1956
Box   99
Folder   8
General correspondence, 1957-1958
Box   99
Folder   9
Gubernatorial miscellany, 1956
Box   99
Folder   10
Johnson, W.G. (Industrial Research Laboratory), 1954, undated
Box   99
Folder   11
Labor, 1957-1959
Box   99
Folder   12
Lewis, Bob, 1957-1958
Box   99
Folder   13
Lucey, Pat, 1957-1958
Box   99
Folder   14
Maritime
Box   99
Folder   15
Milward, Jack, 1958
Box   99
Folder   16
Murray, Nancy
Box   99
Folder   17
Postal and civil service
Box   99
Folder   18
Press releases, 1957-1958
Alternate Format: Press releases in Box 99, Folder 18, have been digitized and are available online.
Box   99
Folder   19
Public relations
Box   99
Folder   20
Public works
Box   99
Folder   21
Recession
Special election, 1957
Box   99
Folder   22
Correspondence
Box   99
Folder   23
County contacts
Box   99
Folder   24
Operation Harvest
Box   99
Folder   25
Statements
Box   99
Folder   26
54-56 vote analyses
Box   99
Folder   27
Kohler, Walter
Box   99
Folder   28
Trade
Box   99
Folder   29
Transportation
Box   99
Folder   30
Veterans
Oversize Folder   1
Wisconsin maps, probably used during 1958 campaign
Fred Dupperault
Box   98A
Folder   22-23
Briefing book, 1982
Box   100
Folder   1
Car ferry abandonment, 1975
Box   100
Folder   2
Community Action program, 1974
Box   100
Folder   3
Election material, "Save for 1988," 1982
Box   100
Folder   3A
La Follette, Bronson, Speech, 1988
Box   100
Folder   4
Miscellany
Oversize Folder   2
Office decoration (Map highlighted to show places visited by Proxmire, 1970s
Box   100
Folder   5
Pickens, Jack (prisoner), 1978-1980
Box   100
Folder   6
Press releases
Alternate Format: Home office releases in Box 100, Folder 6, have been digitized and are available online.
Box   100
Folder   7
Reports, 1974-1975
Box   100
Folder   8
Schedule correspondence, 1974-1975
Box   100
Folder   9
Schedule miscellany, 1978-1979
Box   100
Folder   10-14
Schedule and logs, 1977-1981
Box   100
Folder   15
Shopping centers
Box   100
Folder   16
Soldiers Grove, 1974-1975, 1980
Box   100
Folder   17
Veterans in Wisconsin report, undated
Tom Pattison
Box   104
Folder   1
Agriculture, 1973-1974
Box   104
Folder   2
Banking, 1974-1975
Campaign, 1976
Box   104
Folder   3
General
Box   104
Folder   4
Clippings
Box   104
Folder   5
Literature
Box   104
Folder   6
York research
Box   103
Folder   9
Campaign, 1982
Box   104
Folder   7
Chippewa Falls farm meeting, 1974
Box   104
Folder   8
Deerfield work day, 1974
Box   104
Folder   9
FHA
Box   104
Folder   10
Great Lakes shipping, 1974
Box   104
Folder   11
HEW
Box   104
Folder   12
HUD, 1974-1975
Box   104
Folder   13
ICC, 1973-1974
Box   104
Folder   14
IRS, 1974
Box   104
Folder   15
Immigration
Box   104
Folder   16
Intern's “Malice in Dairyland” report
Itinerary
Box   104
Folder   17-18
1973-1974
Box   105
Folder   1
1975
Box   105
Folder   2
Miscellany
Box   105
Folder   3
Labor, 1973-1974
Box   105
Folder   4-7
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1973-1976
Box   105
Folder   8
Post Office, 1974
Box   105
Folder   9
Radio and television
Box   105
Folder   10
SBA, 1973-1974
Box   105
Folder   11
SSI
Box   105
Folder   12
Speaking engagements during , 1976
Box   105
Folder   13
Stationery, “Prox for Pres”
Box   105
Folder   14
Transportation, 1974
Box   105
Folder   15
University of Wisconsin, 1974
Box   105
Folder   16
Veterans, 1973-1975
Box   105
Folder   17
West Central Regional Planning Commission, 1973
Box   105
Folder   18
Wood Veterans Hospital, 1973
Robert Lewis
Box   100
Folder   19
Administration farm proposals (Benson)
Box   100
Folder   18
Agriculture, 1957-1958
Box   100
Folder   20
Agriculture cases, 1958-1959
Box   100
Folder   21
Cheese import case
Box   100
Folder   22
Tobacco price support program case
Box   100
Folder   23
Dairy legislation, 1959-1962
Box   100
Folder   24
Dempsey, Chester, 1959
Box   100
Folder   25
Duluth-Superior milk marketing order, 1959
Box   100
Folder   26
Farm Bureau allegation, 1959
Box   100
Folder   27A
Forest Products Lab, 1959
Box   100
Folder   27B
Genocide Convention, 1959
Box   100
Folder   28
Governor's conference regarding self help marketing legislation, 1959
Legislation, 1959
Box   100
Folder   29
S 812
Box   100
Folder   30
S 948
Box   100
Folder   31
S 1113
Box   100
Folder   32
S 1120
Box   100
Folder   33
S 1289 (school milk program)
Box   100
Folder   34
S 1451
Box   100
Folder   35
S 1513
Box   100
Folder   36
S 1517
Box   100
Folder   37
S 1521
Box   100
Folder   38
S 1555 (labor reform)
Box   100
Folder   39
S 1711 (food for peace)
Box   100
Folder   40
S 1960
Box   100
Folder   41
S 2449
Box   100
Folder   42
HR 4245
Box   100
Folder   43
SR 21
Box   100
Folder   44
SR 129
Box   100
Folder   45
SJR 41
Box   100
Folder   46
Miscellany
Box   100
Folder   47
Tollefson case, 1957
Martin Lobel, 1973
Box   100
Folder   48
Abourezk, Jim 1973
Box   100
Folder   49
Alaska oil pipeline, 1969-1972
Box   100
Folder   50
American Land Title Association, 1969-1971
Box   100
Folder   51
Banta, Hank (Edward Kennedy file), 1974-1978
Box   100
Folder   52
Canadian oil, 1969-1970
Box   100
Folder   53
Clark Oil, 1969-1972
Box   101
Folder   1
Cost of Living Council, 1973
Box   101
Folder   2
Council of Economic Advisers, 1969-1972
Box   101
Folder   3
Department of State, 1969-1972
Box   101
Folder   4
Department of the Treasury, 1970-1972
Box   101
Folder   5
Drilling incentive plan, 1969
Box   101
Folder   6
Evans, John, 1969-1972
Box   101
Folder   7
Federal Power Commission, 1969-1970
Box   101
Folder   8
Flanagan, Peter, 1972-1973
Box   101
Folder   9
Foreign trade zones, 1968
Box   101
Folder   10
FTC oligopoly, 1970
Box   101
Folder   11
Fuel oil #2, 1968-1971
Box   101
Folder   12-13
General subjects, 1968-1972
Box   101
Folder   14
Independent Petroleum Association, 1968-1970
Box   101
Folder   15
Insurance/home loans, 1972
Box   101
Folder   16
Interstate Oil Compact, 1963
Box   101
Folder   17
Krupp Brothers, 1982
Box   101
Folder   18
McGee file regarding DSA contracts, 1968
Box   101
Folder   19
McGovern energy policy, 1972
Box   101
Folder   20
Memoranda, 1969-1972
Box   101
Folder   21
Natural gas, 1971-1973
Box   101
Folder   22
News, 1969-1971
Box   101
Folder   23
Office of Emergency Preparedness, 1970-1972
Box   101
Folder   24
Oil depletion, 1967-1969
Box   101
Folder   25
Oil Imports Appeals Board, 1972
Box   101
Folder   26
Oil imports (Synder plan), 1968-1969
Box   101
Folder   27
Oil and Petroleum reports, 1968
Box   101
Folder   28
Outer continental shelf, 1970-1976
Box   101
Folder   29
Simmons, Jake, 1968
Box   101
Folder   30
Task Force on Oil Imports, 1969-1970
Box   101
Folder   32
Tax reform, 1969
Box   101
Folder   31
Taxes-Proxmire testimony, 1969
Box   101
Folder   32
Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners, 1973
Box   101
Folder   33
Title insurance, 1971-1976
Box   101
Folder   34
Wisconsin Petroleum Association, 1968-1970
Ken McLean, Cost of Living Council
Box   101
Folder   35
General, 1974
Box   101
Folder   36
Position
Box   101
Folder   37
Legislation, 1974
Marion Meyer
Box   102
Folder   1
Abortion clinics, Tax exempt status, 1988
Box   102
Folder   2
Alcohol and drug abuse, 1986-1988
Box   102
Folder   3
Aids bills and issues, 1987-1988
Box   102
Folder   4
Bad River Band, Law enforcement proposal
Box   102
Folder   5
Catastrophic medical care bill, 1987
Box   102
Folder   6
Family planning clinics, Abortions, 1986
Box   102
Folder   7
Indian appropriations, 1987-1988
Box   102
Folder   8
Indian gaming bill (S555)
Box   102
Folder   9
Indians-General
Box   102
Folder   10
Indian treaty rights
Box   102
Folder   11
Lac du Flambeau
Potawatomi
Box   102
Folder   12
Concordia reservation status, 1988
Box   102
Folder   13
Judgment funds (S1870), 1988
Box   103
Folder   1
Title change (S1602), 1988
Box   103
Folder   2
Poverty Institute, 1988
Box   103
Folder   3
Red Cliff appropriation, 1987
Box   103
Folder   4
Turtle Lake issue, 1987
Veterans bills
Box   103
Folder   5
General, 1988
Box   103
Folder   6
VA air conditioning project, 1988
Box   103
Folder   7-8
Wisconsin Superfund sites binder
Larry Patton
Case File Correspondence
Box   106
Folder   1
AFDC, 1985
Box   106
Folder   2
Miscellaneous federal agencies
Box   106
Folder   3
Miscellaneous Wisconsin agencies
Box   106
Folder   5-6
HEW, 1975-1976
Box   106
Folder   7-9
Department of Labor, 1975-1976
Box   106
Folder   4, 10-11
Military
Subject Files
Box   107
Folder   1
Alcoholism, undated
Box   107
Folder   2
Campaign spending information
Box   107
Folder   3
Drug labeling, 1985
Box   107
Folder   4
ERA, 1983-1984
Box   107
Folder   5
FTC, 1982
Box   107
Folder   6
Food and Drug Administration, 1981-1986
Genocide
Box   107
Folder   7
Administration statements
Box   107
Folder   8
American Bar Association
Box   107
Folder   9
Arens, Richard, 1981
Box   107
Folder   10-11
Background information
Box   107
Folder   12-13
Binder
Box   107
Folder   14-15
Clippings (regarding Proxmire)
Box   108
Folder   4A
Clippings (no Proxmire mentions)
Box   107
Folder   16-18
Correspondence, 1970-1986
Box   107
Folder   19
Goldwater exchange, 1980
Box   107
Folder   20
Human Rights and Genocide Committee (Ad hoc), 1977-1979
Box   107
Folder   21
Implementation, 1987-1988
Box   107
Folder   22
Legislation, 1988
Box   107
Folder   23
Lemkin, Raphael
Box   107
Folder   24
Letters of thanks
Box   107
Folder   25
Liberty Loan white paper, 1981
Box   107
Folder   26-27
Library of Congress analyses
Box   107
Folder   28
List of Proxmire speeches, 1967-1968
Box   107
Folder   29
Miscellany
Box   108
Folder   1
Patton memos
Box   108
Folder   6
Proxmire legislation
Box   108
Folder   2
Right wing literature
Box   108
Folder   3
Speech drafts
Box   108
Folder   5
Statement drafts
Alternate Format: Proxmire's testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, May 24, 1977, in support of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, has been digitized and is available online.
Box   108
Folder   4B
Tate lecture, 1984
Box   108
Folder   7
Vote counts
Box   108
Folder   8-10
Government use of automobiles, 1982
Box   108
Folder   11-12
HSS issues (including Wisconsin), 1975-1985
Box   108
Folder   13
Home health care, 1984-1985
Box   108
Folder   14
Health Planning Act, 1977-1978
Box   108
Folder   15
Hospital wage index, 1985
Box   108
Folder   16
Hunger, 1983
Box   108
Folder   17-18
Interns, 1978-1979
Box   108
Folder   19
Indian Health Service, 1983
Box   108
Folder   20
Lac Courte Oreilles v. Voight, 1985
Box   108
Folder   21
Legal Services Corporation, 1981-1985
Box   108
Folder   22
Marshfield Medical Foundation, 1981-1985
Box   108
Folder   23
Medicare discrimination, prospective payment system, 1979, 1985-1986
Box   108
Folder   24
National Federation of the Blind, 1984
Box   108
Folder   25
Native American issues, 1984-1985
Box   108
Folder   26
Native American treaty rights-DNR letters, 1984-1986
Box   108
Folder   27-28
Nuclear power
Box   108
Folder   29
Nuclear weapons proliferation
Box   109
Folder   1
Information
Box   109
Folder   2
Occupational health and safety
Box   109
Folder   3
Older Americans Act, 1981-1987
Box   109
Folder   4
Planned Parenthood, 1981
Box   109
Folder   5
Radioactive waste disposal information
Box   109
Folder   6
Social Security disability, 1983-1984
Box   109
Folder   7A
Senior Citizens, 1982-1986
Box   109
Folder   7B
Tax sunset bill, undated
Box   109
Folder   8
Uranium Enrichment Act, 1976
Box   109
Folder   9
VA clinic in Superior, 1985-1986
Box   109
Folder   10
Veterans issues, 1985
Box   109
Folder   11-12
Watergate information
Box   109
Folder   13
Watertown Memorial Hospital, 1983
Box   109
Folder   14
Wisconsin Medical Society, 1983-1985
Box   109
Folder   15
Women, 1983
Richard Pollock
Box   110B
Folder   1
Bank Service Corporation, 1962
Box   110B
Folder   2
Budget, 1962
SBA
Box   110B
Folder   3
Excess capacity measurement
Box   110B
Folder   4
Loan size limits, 1962
Box   110B
Folder   5
Set asides
Box   110B
Folder   6
Small business book research
Box   110B
Folder   7
Surface movement of export cargo
Mort Schwartz
Case mail
Box   111
Folder   1-4
General, 1977 August-1978
Box   111
Folder   5
Post office, 1977
Subject files
Box   109
Folder   1
“Agency replies,” 1978
Box   109
Folder   2
Appropriations, 1978
Box   109
Folder   3
Commerce Department legislation, circa 1986
Constituent correspondence
General
Box   109
Folder   9
1975-1978
Box   109
Folder   4-5
1984-1986
Box   109
Folder   6
Cronin, Debby, 1985
Box   109
Folder   7
Giganti, Barbara, 1984
Box   109
Folder   8
Milan, Racic (Allied Industrial Workers), 1982-1984
Box   109
Folder   10
Co-sponsorship memos, 1975-1976
Box   109
Folder   11
Cost of Living Council, 1974
Box   109
Folder   12
Economic stabilization, 1973
Box   109
Folder   13
Economics, 1978
Box   109
Folder   14-15
Education, 1975-1978
Box   110A
Folder   1
Energy
Box   110A
Folder   2
Fleece nominations, 1987
Box   110A
Folder   3
Footwear imports, 1976
Box   110A
Folder   4
Greenspan, Alan, 1974
Box   110A
Folder   5
Hutchinson v. Proxmire and Schwartz, 1978
Box   110A
Folder   6
HEW, 1974-1976
Box   112
Folder   1-2
“Important letters”
Box   110A
Folder   7
Inflation article, 1979
Box   110A
Folder   8-9
Interns, 1977-1987
Box   110A
Folder   10
Japan-Senate scholarship, 1985-1988
Box   110A
Folder   11
Kellogg cereals, 1974-1975
Box   110A
Folder   12-13
Labor, 1976, 1987-1988
Box   110A
Folder   14A
Labor/HEW appropriations, 1978
Box   110A
Folder   14B
Marathon party
Box   110A
Folder   15-17
Memoranda
Box   110A
Folder   18
Harley Davidson
Box   110A
Folder   19
Trade
Box   110A
Folder   20
Social Security
Box   110A
Folder   21
Multiple sclerosis, 1976
Box   110A
Folder   22
NIOSH, 1976-1977
Box   110A
Folder   23
Overtime pay, 1984
Box   110A
Folder   24
Public Works Employment Act, 1977
Box   110A
Folder   30
“Senator's miscellaneous correspondence,” 1977-1978
Box   110A
Folder   25
Steel capacity, 1974
Box   110A
Folder   26
Tax system paper
Box   110A
Folder   27
Transportation
Box   110A
Folder   29
Welfare, 1977-1978
Box   110A
Folder   31
Wetzel, Don (Teamsters business rep), 1982-1983
Box   110A
Folder   32
Wisconsin issues, 1976-1978
Box   110A
Folder   28
Wisconsin welfare issues
Don Shamblee
Box   112
Folder   3
Alaska oil pipeline, 1973
Box   112
Folder   4
Alexian Novitiate takeover, 1975
Box   112
Folder   5
Menominee budget request, 1974
Box   112
Folder   6
Menominee Enterprises, 1973
Box   112
Folder   7
Menominee Indians, 1971-1973
Box   112
Folder   8
Menominee Restoration Act, 1971-1973
Box   112
Folder   9
NSF grant/Coal future research, 1975
Howard Shuman
Box   115
Folder   1
Agriculture, 1975-1977
Box   115
Folder   2
Allen, James, 1979-1980
Box   115
Folder   3
Assassinations, 1975-1977
Box   115
Folder   4
Assignments, 1977
Box   115
Folder   5
Budget, 1979
Box   115
Folder   6
CPI, 1974
Box   115
Folder   7
Cabinet appointees, 1981
Box   115
Folder   8
Calendars, 1977
Box   115
Folder   9-10
Campaign fundraising, 1969-1970
Box   115
Folder   11
Campaign spending, 1970
Box   115
Folder   12
Campaign, 1976
Box   115
Folder   13
Cloture
Correspondence
Box   115
Folder   14-18
1969, 1971-1976
Box   115
Folder   19-23
1977 April-July
Box   116
Folder   1-3
1977 August-December
Box   116
Folder   5-15
1978-1980 September
Box   116
Folder   4
“Crack pot” mail
Box   116
Folder   16
Criminal Code Reform Act, 1977
Box   116
Folder   17
Dale, Edwin, 1969-1970
Box   116
Folder   18
Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1976-1978
Box   116
Folder   19
Department of State, 1978
Box   116
Folder   20
Department of Transportation, 1976
Box   116
Folder   21
Department of the Treasury/IRS, 1977-1978
Box   116
Folder   22
Draft newsletters, 1969-1970
Box   116
Folder   23-24
Draft, “Report from the Wasteland,” 1969-1970
Box   117
Folder   1-2
Draft, “Uncle Sam, Last of the Big Time Spenders,” 1969-1970
Box   117
Folder   3
Drug issues, 1976-1977
Box   117
Folder   4
Face the Nation correspondence, 1978
Box   117
Folder   5
FDA, 1977
Box   117
Folder   6
Fitzgerald, A.E., 1969-1970
Box   117
Folder   7
Fitzgerald book, 1969-1970
Box   117
Folder   8
Foreign aid bill, 1971
Box   117
Folder   9
Fried, John, 1978
Box   117
Folder   10
FTC, 1976-1977
Box   117
Folder   11
GAO investigations, 1970-1971
Box   117
Folder   11A
GSA leasing problems, 1971-1972
Box   117
Folder   12
General files, 1970-1976
Box   117
Folder   13
Drug issues, 1976-1977
Golden Fleece
Box   117
Folder   14-15
General, 1976, 1979
Box   117
Folder   16
Clippings
Box   117
Folder   18
Drafts, 1975-1977
Box   117
Folder   17
Goldwater cover-up award, 1976
Box   117
Folder   19
Nominations, 1977-1978
Box   117
Folder   20
HEW, 1975-1978
Box   117
Folder   21
Hemenway (John D.) case
Box   117
Folder   22
Housing and Urban Development, 1976-1977
Box   117
Folder   23
Hutchinson v. Proxmire, 1975-1976
Box   117
Folder   24-28
Important cases, 1969-1979
Box   117
Folder   29
International Women's Year, 1971
Box   117
Folder   30
Laird, Melvin, 1970
Box   117
Folder   31
Legislative correspondence, 1978
Box   118
Folder   1-3
Letters of appreciation, 1972-1978
Box   118
Folder   4-6
Letters of regret, 1975, 1977
Box   118
Folder   7-9
Limousine use, 1973-1974
Memoranda
Box   118
Folder   10-27
1971, 1976-1979
Box   119
Folder   1-4
Proxmire to HS, circa 1976-1977, 1979-1980
Box   119
Folder   5
From other staff, 1975-1980
Box   119
Folder   6
Draft memoranda and releases, 1976-1977
Box   119
Folder   7
Metropolitan Bank of Madison, 1977
Box   119
Folder   8
National health insurance, 1975
Box   119
Folder   9-10
Natural gas, 1973
Box   119
Folder   11
NIH hearing, 1976
Box   119
Folder   12
Newspaper articles, 1979
Box   119
Folder   13
New York City default, 1975
Box   119
Folder   14
Operation Breakthrough, 1971
Box   119
Folder   15
Oldsmobile engine controversy, 1977
Box   119
Folder   16
Postal reorganization, 1978
Box   119
Folder   17-22
Press releases, 1969-1980
Alternate Format

Press releases in Box 119, Folders 17-22, have been digitized and are available online.

See also Press releases (File 2), Press releases (File 3), Press releases (File 4), Press releases (File 5).

Box   119
Folder   23
“Proxmire Record,” 1978
Box   119
Folder   24
Proxmire writings
Box   119
Folder   25
Ray v. Proxmire, 1976
Box   119
Folder   26
“Report from Wasteland” correspondence, 1969-1970
Box   119
Folder   27
Report on European trip, 1977
Box   119
Folder   28
Revenue bond questionnaire
Box   119
Folder   29
Revenue sharing
Box   119
Folder   30
Refusal to testify, Kenneth Rush, 1974
Box   119
Folder   31
Shuman credited writings, 1979
Box   119
Folder   32
Social Security, 1977
Statements and speeches
1969-1977
Box   119
Folder   34
I
Box   120
Folder   1-6
II-VI
Box   119
Folder   33
1979-1980
Box   120
Folder   7
St. Stephen Crown, 1977
Box   120
Folder   8
Tax treatment of Americans living abroad, 1979
Box   120
Folder   9
Tax fairness
Box   120
Folder   10
Tenure of executive officers, 1976
Box   120
Folder   11
Uncle Sam correspondence and publicity, 1971-1972
Box   120
Folder   12
U.S. agencies correspondence, 1976-1978
Box   120
Folder   13-14
Veterans Administration and issues, 1972-1978
Box   120
Folder   15
Vita of Howard Shuman
Vitamins
Box   120
Folder   16-17
Background
Box   120
Folder   18
Background- Rodale
Box   120
Folder   19
Bill drafts
Box   120
Folder   20
Clippings
Box   120
Folder   21
Congressional Record, 1973-1975
Box   120
Folder   22-24
Correspondence, 1974, 1979
Box   121
Folder   1
Kyros vitamin bill
Box   121
Folder   2
National Nutritional Foods Association
Box   121
Folder   3
Robinson, Miles
Box   121
Folder   4
Speeches and releases, 1973-1975
Box   121
Folder   5
Washington Monthly article, 1970
Box   121
Folder   6
Weeded sample of regret letters, 1974-1978
Frank Siverts
Box   113
Folder   1
Aircraft carriers, 1961-1962
Box   113
Folder   2
Allott, Gordon
Box   113
Folder   3
Anti-trust penalties, 1960-1961
Box   113
Folder   4
Blue cheese tariff, 1961
Box   113
Folder   5
Cheese tariffs, 1959-1960
Box   113
Folder   6
Consumer representation in regulation, 1962
Box   113
Folder   7A
Dairy information
Box   113
Folder   7B
DOD authorization, 1961-1962
Box   113
Folder   8
Election finances
Box   113
Folder   9
Farm bill
Box   113
Folder   10
Federal Trade Commission, 1970
Box   113
Folder   11
Feed grain file (“old file”)
Glen Elder Dam
Box   113
Folder   12
General, 1961-1962
Box   113
Folder   13
Background
Box   113
Folder   14
Congressional Record pages
Box   113
Folder   15
Informational Media Guaranty program, 1962
Box   113
Folder   16
Kennedy (John F.) dairy file (Mike Feldman), 1959-1960
Box   113
Folder   17
Kennedy farm speech (unknown provenance), 1960
Box   113
Folder   18
Legislative program, 1962
Box   113
Folder   19
Lobbying, 1961
Box   113
Folder   20
Meat inspection information
Box   113
Folder   21-22
Menominee Indians
Box   113
Folder   23-24
Mexican and migratory farm workers, 1961-1962
Box   113
Folder   25
National Creameries Association, 1962
Box   113
Folder   26
Patents, 1960-1962
Box   113
Folder   27
Poultry, 1961-1962
Box   113
Folder   28
Raushenbush, Paul, 1962
Box   113
Folder   29-30
SBIC, 1962
Box   114
Folder   1
School lunch amendment, 1962
Box   114
Folder   2
School milk program, 1960-1962
Box   114
Folder   3
Scientific manpower, 1961-1962
Box   114
Folder   4
Soil conservation, 1962
Box   114
Folder   5
Unemployment, 1962
Box   114
Folder   6
Upper Great Lakes relief group, 1961
Ron Tammen
Box   121
Folder   7
ABM treaty, 1969-1984
Box   121
Folder   8
AAH
Box   121
Folder   9
Aboo the horse
Box   121
Folder   10-12
Accomplishments, 1976, 1979-1988
Box   121
Folder   13
Acting director appointments, 1973-1978
Box   121
Folder   14
Advanced Airborne Command post, 1975
Box   121
Folder   15
Advanced logistic system, 1974-1977
Box   121
Folder   16-17
Aircraft carrier appropriation (CUN/Nimitz class), 1976, 1978-1981
Box   121
Folder   18
Air Force congressional junket, 1974
Box   121
Folder   19
Air Force II playing cards (Fleece), 1987
Box   121
Folder   20
Air National Guard refueling station, 1987
Box   121
Folder   21
Alaska Air National Guard, 1973
Box   121
Folder   22
Alaska command furniture, 1974
Box   121
Folder   23
American Motors, 1986-1987
Box   121
Folder   24
Angola, 1985
Box   121
Folder   25
Anti-dumping (Babcock & Wilson regarding Japanese steel), 1983
Box   121
Folder   26
Anti-terrorism legislation, 1985
Box   121
Folder   27
Apollo-Soyez, 1972
Appropriations, 1979
Box   121
Folder   28
Commerce/State/Justice
Box   121
Folder   29
Post Office/Treasury
Arms sales
Box   122
Folder   1
Iraq and Yugoslavia, 1985
Box   122
Folder   2
Restrictions, 1981
Box   122
Folder   3
Turkey, 1978
Box   122
Folder   3A
General
Box   122
Folder   4
Army's Goose Bay fishing trip, 1977-1978
Box   122
Folder   5
Army success stories, circa 1977
Box   122
Folder   6
Atomic Energy Act amendment, circa 1974
B-1 Bomber
Box   122
Folder   7-9
Background information
Box   122
Folder   10
Congressional Record pages
Box   122
Folder   11-15
Work file, 1972-1978
Box   122
Folder   16
1982
Box   122
Folder   17-19
Bail out legislation for military contractor, 1972-1973
Box   123
Folder   6
Barns, Dorothy, retaliation case, 1978
Biological warfare
Box   123
Folder   16
1980-1982
Box   123
Folder   1
1982-1983
Box   123
Folder   2
Bomber fly-overs, 1987
Box   123
Folder   3
Budget, 1980
Box   123
Folder   4
C-5 lobbying case, 1983
Box   123
Folder   7
C-12A aircraft, 1977
Box   123
Folder   8
CIA funding, 1975
Box   123
Folder   9-11
Campaign briefing book, 1982
Box   124
Folder   17
Campaign, 1986-1987
Box   123
Folder   5
Catton, General Jack (C-1325 refurbishing), 1973
Box   123
Folder   12
Change of command retirement ceremonies, 1973-1974
Box   123
Folder   13
Chow for horses of military personnel, 1974
Conflict of Interest
Box   123
Folder   14-15
Background
Box   123
Folder   17
Background cases
Box   123
Folder   18
Correspondence, 1969-1975
Box   123
Folder   19
Legislation
Box   123
Folder   20
Congressional perks, 1976-1978
Box   123
Folder   21
Congressional tax breaks, 1982
Box   123
Folder   22
Consolidation of pilot training, 1975
Box   123
Folder   23
Consulting and contracting out, 1977
Box   123
Folder   24
Conte, Sivio, 1984
Box   123
Folder   25
Correspondence, 1979
Box   124
Folder   1
D.C. appropriations bill, 1979
DOD
Box   124
Folder   2-3
Appropriations markup, supplement, and conference, 1981
Box   124
Folder   4
Civilian employees
Box   124
Folder   5
Competitive rate shipping
Box   124
Folder   6
Energy consumption, 1974
Box   124
Folder   7
Lobbying, 1982
Box   124
Folder   8
Orientation trips, 1977
Box   124
Folder   9
Miscellaneous defense strategies, 1975, 1981
Box   124
Folder   10
Waller, Doug (student loan program), 1981
Box   124
Folder   11
Data retrieval system, 1987
Box   124
Folder   12
Davis-Bacon, 1979
Box   124
Folder   13
Declining military force levels, 1976
Box   124
Folder   14
Disability retirement, 1972-1974
Box   124
Folder   15
ELF bull tests, (Fleece), 1981
Box   124
Folder   16
ERA exemption for military, 1978
Box   124
Folder   18-20
Emergency expenditures of the military, 1978
Box   124
Folder   21
Endowment for Democracy
Box   124
Folder   22
Export Administration Act, 1979
Box   124
Folder   23A
Exports to communists, 1979
Box   124
Folder   23B
F-14, 1971
Box   124
Folder   24
F-20, 1985
Box   124
Folder   25
F-111, 1972
Box   124
Folder   26
FBI, 1974
Box   124
Folder   27
FEMA and nuclear war, 1982
Fitzgerald, A. Ernest
Box   124
Folder   28-29
General, 1977-1980
Box   124
Folder   30
Deposition fragments
Box   124
Folder   31
Driessnack nomination
Box   125
Folder   1
Nixon transcript
Box   125
Folder   2-4
Case documents
Box   125
Folder   5
Foreign aid appropriation, 1979
Box   125
Folder   6
Foreign intelligence surveillance, 1978
Box   125
Folder   7
Foreign Operations Subcommittee, 1979
Box   125
Folder   8
Fort McCoy, 1982
Box   125
Folder   9A
Freeman, Colonel William, 1982-1984
Box   125
Folder   9B
GAO investigations, 1969-1974
Box   125
Folder   10
Gamma goat trucks, 1975-1976
Box   125
Folder   11
General Aquadyne (Navy contract), 1977
Box   125
Folder   12-13
General Dynamics (Litton contract and loan guarantee), 1973-1978
Box   125
Folder   14
German golf course, 1973
Box   125
Folder   15-16
Gift giving and foreign gifts amendment, 1974-1975
Box   125
Folder   17
Golf shoes flight, 1978
Box   125
Folder   18
Golden fleece ideas, 1973
Box   125
Folder   19
Grain elevator pesticides, 1978
Box   125
Folder   20
Great Lakes naval presence, 1981
Box   125
Folder   21
Haig's SAC appointment, 1973-1974
Box   125
Folder   22
Harrier accidents, 1977
Box   125
Folder   23
Hein-Warner Corporation (DOD contracts), 1982
Box   125
Folder   24-25
IDA, 1978-1979
Box   125
Folder   26
IMF, 1978
Box   125
Folder   27
International security assistance, 1978
Box   125
Folder   28
Iran, 1978-1979, 1987
Box   125
Folder   29
Japanese naval contracts, 1976-1977
Box   125
Folder   30
Keegan, General George, charge regarding Soviet threat, 1977-1978
Box   125
Folder   31
Keimel, Robert (Navy civilian employee case), 1974
Box   125
Folder   32
Kenosha Chrysler plant closing, 1988
Box   125
Folder   33
Kissinger nuclear alert, 1973
Box   125
Folder   34-35
Korean procurement
Box   126
Folder   1
Korean procurement, LISFK, 1976-1977
Box   126
Folder   2
Kurds in Iran, 1976-1979
Box   126
Folder   3-5
“Legislative Agenda” binder, 1985, undated
Box   126
Folder   6
LeRoy, Ryan (Marine murder case), 1980-1981
Box   126
Folder   7
Libyan tax credit, 1986
Box   126
Folder   8
Limousines, 1987
Box   126
Folder   9
Lumaside DOD contract, 1981
Box   126
Folder   10A
Lobbying, 1982
Box   126
Folder   10B
Manpower issues, 1971-1977
Box   126
Folder   11
Marine commandant's landscaping, 1977
Box   126
Folder   12
Marine portrait flight, 1974
Box   126
Folder   14
Matagorda Island bombing range (whooping cranes), 1973-1974, 1981
Box   126
Folder   13
Memoranda regarding defense speeches, 1975-1981
Box   126
Folder   21
Middle East speech, 1979
Box   126
Folder   15
Military associations, 1973-1974
Box   126
Folder   16
Military construction appropriations bill, 1979
Box   126
Folder   17
Military fishing camps, 1974
Box   126
Folder   24
Military flights, 1974-1978
Box   126
Folder   22-23
Military justice, 1975
Box   126
Folder   25
Military promotions, Unusual, 1974
Military servants
Box   126
Folder   27
Comptroller's review, 1973
Box   126
Folder   18
Rivero aide, 1973
Box   126
Folder   19
Procurement and appropriations bill, 1975
Box   126
Folder   26
1973
Box   127
Folder   1
Vote on amendment, 1973
Box   126
Folder   28
White House, 1974
Box   126
Folder   20
Working file, 1972-1975
Box   127
Folder   2-3
Military spending, 1975
Box   127
Folder   4
Military suggestion program, 1980-1981
Box   127
Folder   5
Military veterans life insurance, 1981-1984
Box   127
Folder   7
Miller, G. William, confirmation hearing, undated
Box   127
Folder   8
Miller, G. William, and Bell Helicopter, 1976-1978
Box   127
Folder   6
Milwaukee Brewers scoreboard, 1981
Box   127
Folder   9-10
Miscellaneous memoranda
Box   127
Folder   12
Mississippi test facility, 1974
NASA
Box   127
Folder   13
Budget and Fletcher, 1972-1974
Box   127
Folder   14
ERTS/SEASAT
Box   127
Folder   15
Manpower, 1974
Box   127
Folder   16
Markup committee, 1975
Box   127
Folder   17
Procurement, 1974
Box   127
Folder   21
Productivity, 1974
Box   127
Folder   18
Property management, 1974
Box   127
Folder   19
Public affairs, 1974
Box   127
Folder   20
Recoverable launch costs, 1974
Box   127
Folder   22-23
Space shuttle, 1971-1975, 1985
Box   127
Folder   24
Thiokol contract, 1973-1974
NATO
Box   127
Folder   25
Infrastructure Defense Subcommittee, 1987
Box   127
Folder   26
Sharing burden with allies, 1977-1981
Box   127
Folder   27A
National Guard education assistance, 1980
Box   127
Folder   27B
National Guard, Miscellaneous, 1973
Box   127
Folder   28
National Guard survivor benefit, 1981
Box   127
Folder   29
Navy fleet size, 1977-1978
Box   127
Folder   30
Nuclear weapons use, 1977
Box   127
Folder   31
Office grade limitations, 1974
Box   127
Folder   32
Oshkosh Truck deal, 1978
Box   128
Folder   1
Pan Am and TW, 1974
Box   128
Folder   2
Panama Canal, 1979
Box   128
Folder   3
Paperwork reform, 1974-1975
Box   128
Folder   4
Peterson Ship Builders, 1982
Box   128
Folder   5
Pig roaster for Navy, 1982
Box   128
Folder   6
Phillips, John A., and A-bomb paper
Box   128
Folder   7