Gaylord Nelson Papers, 1954-2006 (bulk 1963-1980)

Contents List
  Speeches and Writings, 1963-1980
Container Title
Series: Speeches and Writings, 1963-1980
Box   221
Folder   1-158
Articles and book chapters by Nelson, 1963-1979
Box   222
Folder   1-64
Articles and book chapters by Nelson (continued)
Senate remarks, Congressional Record
Physical Description: 33 volumes 
Box   225
1963-1968, 88th-90th Congress
Box   226
1969-1970, 91st Congress
Box   227
1971-1972, 92nd Congress
Box   228
1973, 1975-1976, 93rd-94th Congress (missing 1974 93rd 2nd session)
Box   229
1977-1980, 95th-96th Congress
Box   211
1980, 96th Congress
Speeches and statements
Box   222
Folder   65
Fact sheets
Box   222
Folder   66
Box   222
Folder   67
Box   222
Folder   68
Box   222
Folder   69-75
Box   223
Folder   1-12
Box   224
Folder   1-16
1971-1980, undated
Audio tapes (speeches and statements)
ADA Roosevelt Day dinner, 1972 August 15
AFSCME Convention-Council 40 speech, Madison, undated
Alquist Dinner honoring State Senator Alfred E. Alquist, San Jose, 1971 October 2
American Federation of Government Employees, Madison, 1974 May 4
American Advertising Federation speech, Washington, D.C.
Ashland College speech, Kentucky, 1971 March 3
Chippewa Valley School Press Association, 1973 October 18
Coker College, Environmental speech, Hartsville, South Carolina, 1971 March 2 (PR 71-27)
Consumer speech, Wisconsin, 1969 October 21
Democratic National Convention, Miami, 1972 July 9
Democratic State Convention (with Lucey), La Crosse, 1974 June 14
Earth Day speech, Burlington High School / NPR interview with Bruce Lloyd, 1974 April 22
Earth Day speech, Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point, 1971 April 20
Earth Day Speech at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WMVS-TV, 1970 April
Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun, call for mutual cease fire in Vietnam, 1968 March 10
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology: Federal Government and the Scientist speech, Atlantic City, 1969 April 17
Fox Valley Academy of Medicine, Oshkosh, 1974 May 9
Free Library speech, Philadelphia, 1971 March 23
Guilford College, Arts series address, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1971 February 18
Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO, Ninth Constitutional Convention, Washington, D.C., 1971 October 5
Institute of Food Technologists-Wisconsin Section, Madison, 1974 March 9
Iowa Press Association, “The Environment,” 1971
1173A/8, 1173A/96
Madison Rotary Club, Madison, 1971 August 25
National Town Meeting, environment speech, 1975 June 11
Opportunities Industrialization Centers (OIC), Minneapolis, 1974 February 24
Rotary Club, Environment and Energy, Food and Metal, Milwaukee, 1974 January 15
Symposium on Environmental Pollution: Crisis and Challenge, Lawrence University, 1970 January 17
Tire conversations/ environment speech, undated
Town Mutuals Insurance Company speech, Madison, undated
Wauwatosa Kiwanis Club luncheon, 1974 April 23
Westinghouse School for Environmental Management, environment speech, dubbed, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1970 June 19
WFU (Wisconsin Farmers Union) Convention, La Crosse, 1974
Wisconsin Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons Annual Banquet, Fontana, 1974 May 4
Wisconsin Conservation Congress of Eau Claire, 1973 June 1
Wisconsin Livestock Breeders Annual Meeting, 1973 March 19
WSA Symposium, Importance of Dissent in a Free Society, UW-Madison, 1964 February 17
DD 641
[Earth Day-1970 April 22-Denver] / [production company unknown], 1970
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (1185 feet); sound; color; 16 mm archival positive 
Scope and Content Note: Nelson addresses a crowd in Denver, Colorado on Earth Day. He speaks on the importance of preserving the environment.
VHA 904
[Question of Survival-CBS News with Walter Cronkite] / CBS News, 1970
Physical Description: 1 VHS of 1; sound; color 
Scope and Content Note: Earth Day happenings around the country as reported by Cronkite. Includes a report from Denver (clip from Nelson speech); HEW Secretary James Farmer and Denis Hayes (one of the organizers) in Washington, D.C.
Note: Fuzzy picture (kind of blurry)
VHA 592-VHA 593/VFA 007-VFA 008
[Earth Day-University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee] / WMUS-TV, 1970 April
Physical Description: 2 videocassettes (VHS); sound, black and white; 1/2-inch viewing copy (VHA 592-VHA 593)
:   : 2 videocassettes (Betacam SP) (VFA 007-VFA 008) 
Scope and Content Note: Environmental speech delivered by Nelson at the UW-Milwaukee? During Earth Day tour 1970. Includes discussion with Indian tribe members regarding Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
AC 431
[National Democratic Convention, 1972] / CBS News, 1972
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (308 feet); sound; color; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: Nelson speaks before the Democratic Convention in Miami Beach regarding loyalty to the Democratic Party.
DD 635
[Manpower and steelworkers conventions] / [production company unknown], 1973
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (821 feet); color; 16 mm print (DD 635)
:   1 film reel of 1 (821 feet); sound; 16 mm magnetic track (DD 636) 
Scope and Content Note: In the first part, filmed at the 1973 Manpower convention, John Komosona, director of the Green Thumb program, tells of its accomplishments and expenditures. In the second part, filmed at a Steelworkers convention in Milwaukee, Gaylord Nelson speaks about government spending.
Note: Sound missing in some parts
AC 449
[Gaylord Nelson Public Hearings-Outtakes] / [production company unknown], circa 1973
Physical Description: 1 reel of 1 (308 feet); silent; color; 16 mm print 
Scope and Content Note: Outtakes of DD 635-636. Nelson holding public hearings in an unidentified Wisconsin city.
DD 637
[Migrant workers banquet/ Senator Nelson's anniversary dinner] / [production company unknown], [ circa 1974]
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (1,115 feet); color; 16 mm print (DD 637)
:   1 film reel of 1 (1,191 feet); sound; 16 mm magnetic track (DD 638) 
Scope and Content Note: The first part of this film shows Senator Gaylord Nelson in an appearance at the eighth annual Migrant Workers Banquet. In part two, Senator Walter Mondale (D-Minn.) and Senator Lloyd Bentsen (D-Tex.) acknowledge Senator Nelson's accomplishments at a dinner celebrating Nelson's 25th year of public service.
Note: Both image and sound are missing in parts. Image ends before sound.
AC 458
[Migrant workers' banquet--trims] / [production company unknown], [ circa 1973]
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (142 feet); silent, color; 16 mm print (AC 458)
:   1 film reel of 1 (1,048 feet); sound; 16 mm magnetic track (CB 043) 
Scope and Content Note: Trims from a migrant worker awards banquet in an unidentified Wisconsin city. Senator Gaylord Nelson (D-Wis.) and Senator Walter Mondale (D-Minn.) address the gathering.
Note: May have been produced by the Committee to Re-elect Senator Nelson.
AC 445
[Gaylord Nelson in Ashland, Wis.--sound trims] / [production company unknown]
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (389 feet); sound; 16 mm magnetic track 
Scope and Content Note: Incomplete sound track of a speech given by Gaylord Nelson in Ashland, Wisconsin. Nelson makes comments on the catalytic converter and the Alaska pipeline.
CB 022
[Senator Nelson speaks in Ashland] / [producer unknown], 1973
Physical Description: 1 film reel of 1 (582 feet); color; 16 mm print (CB 022)
:   1 film reel of 1 (582 feet); 16 mm magnetic track (CB 023) 
Scope and Content Note: Nelson gives a speech in Ashland, Wisconsin on Wisconsin's environmental and political issues and the people's growing concern for their land. Also talks about herbicides and DDT.
Note: No image at the beginning