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Title: Robert Carlton (Bob) Wilson Papers, 1953-1980Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: Wilson, Robert (1916-)

Extent: 597.83 Linear Feet

Date Acquired: 12/18/1980

Subjects: Politicians--California--San Diego, San Diego (Calif.)--Politics and government, San Diego County (Calif.)--Politics and government--Sources, United States--Politics and government--1945-1989, Wilson, Bob, 1916--Archives

Forms of Material: Personal Papers, Photographs

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, proposals for legislation, reports, materials relating to resolutions and debates, surveys, photographs and miscellany.

Biographical Note

Born in Calexico, Imperial County, California on April 5, 1916, Bob Wilson attended local public schools in Calexico. The Wilson family moved to San Diego, California in 1928. While attending San Diego State College, Wilson worked as a newsboy, grocery clerk, and theater usher. Wilson also attended the Otis Art Institute, working part-time as a milk route salesman, and later as the merchandising manager for a dairy. During WWII, Wilson operated Conship Commissary, served in the Coast Guard Reserve (Port Security Service) and as a private in the United State Army. After the war, Wilson joined an advertising agency in San Diego as a partner and Vice president.

Elected in 1952 as a Republican (83rd Congress) from what was then California's 30th District (all of San Diego City and County), Wilson rose to the position of ranking minority member of the House Armed Services Committee. He also served from 1960-64 as House Republican Election Committee chairman. Wilson was one of the originators of the 1951 California movement that resulted in Dwight Eisenhower's presidential candidacy. He retired in 1980.

Subject/Index Terms

Politicians--California--San Diego
San Diego (Calif.)--Politics and government
San Diego County (Calif.)--Politics and government--Sources
United States--Politics and government--1945-1989
Wilson, Bob, 1916--Archives

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections & University Archives

Access Restrictions: Access to some records is restricted, please consult with Special Collections & University Archives staff for details.  Patrons wishing to use the Robert C. Wilson Papers must sign a "Researcher's Agreement," a copy of which can be obtained from Special Collections & University Archives staff.

Use Restrictions: The copyright interests in these materials have not been transferred to San Diego State University. Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs. The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections is such that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine.  Requests for permission to publish must be submitted to the Head of Special Collections, San Diego State University, Library and Information Access. When granted, permission is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder(s), which must also be obtained in order to publish. Materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials.

Acquisition Source: Robert C. Wilson

Preferred Citation: Identification of item, folder title, box number, Robert Carlton (Bob) Wilson Papers, Special Collections and University Archives, Library and Information Access, San Diego State University.


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[Box 1: Administrative Files, 1953-1965],
[Box 2: Administration Files, 1959-1965],
[Box 3: Administration Files, 1953-1965],
[Box 4: Administration Files, 1953-1965],
[Box 5: Agriculture Files, 1953-1965],
[Box 6: Appointment Files, 1953-1965],
[Box 7: Appointment Invitations, 1953-1959],
[Box 8: Appointments and Invitations, 1959-1963],
[Box 9: Appointments, 1963-1965],
[Box 10: Appointments, 1959-1965],
[Box 11: Appropriations; Associations, 1959-1965; 1953-1965],
[Box 12: Associations, 1953-1964],
[Box 13: Civil Rights and Civil Service Files],
[Box 14: Civil Service, 1959-1965],
[Box 15: Committee Appropriations],
[Box 16: Committee Armed Services],
[Box 17: Congressional Committees],
[Box 18: Congressional Library of Congress],
[Box 19: Education],
[Box 20: Education, 1955-1965],
[Box 21: Federal Government Agencies, 1953-1965],
[Box 22: Federal Government],
[Box 23: Federal Government],
[Box 24: Federal Government Contracts],
[Box 25: Federal Government],
[Box 26: Federal Government],
[Box 27: Federal Government Departments],
[Box 28: Federal Government],
[Box 29: Federal Government],
[Box 30: Federal Government],
[Box 31: Federal Government],
[Box 32: Federal Government],
[Box 33: Federal Government],
[Box 34: Finance],
[Box 35: Health and Welfare],
[Box 36: Housing, 1952-1956],
[Box 37: Bills Taken to Congress by Senator Bob Wilson],
[Box 38: House Resolutions (Military Construction, Fish Policy, Education, Immigration, etc.)],
[Box 39: Immigration and Naturalization],
[Box 40: Indian Affairs],
[Box 41: Labor, 1953-1965],
[Box 42: Legal],
[Box 43: Mail],
[Box 44: Missiles],
[Box 45: Natural Resources],
[Box 46: Parks and Forest],
[Box 47: Public Relations],
[Box 48: Public Relations],
[Box 49: Public Relations, 1959-1965],
[Box 50: Public Relations, 1959-1965],
[Box 51: Public Relations, 1953-1965],
[Box 52: Public Relations],
[Box 53: Public Relations],
[Box 54: Recreation],
[Box 55: San Diego],
[Box 56: San Diego],
[Box 57: San Diego],
[Box 58: San Diego],
[Box 59: San Diego],
[Box 60: San Diego Tuna to Servicemen and Veterans],
[Box 61: Servicemen and Veterans],
[Box 62: Social Security],
[Box 63: State Government],
[Box 64: Taxes, 1960-1964],
[Box 65: Un-American Activities],
[Box 66: Un-American Activities],
[Box 67: Utilities],
[Box 68: Miscellaneous Published Materials, 1950s-1960s],
[Box 69: Miscellaneous Published Materials, 1950s-1960s],
[Box 70: Revised Code of Washington Personal, 1953-1965],
[Box 71: Political Affairs, 1950s and 1960s],
[Box 72: Political Affairs],
[Box 73: Political Affairs],
[Box 74: Republican Congressional Committee, 1960-1961],
[Box 75: Political Affairs, 1965-1970s],
[Box 76: Revised Code of Washington Personal],
[Box 77: Political Affairs],
[Box 78: Political Affairs, 1968-1971],
[Box 79: Political Affairs],
[Box 80: Political Affairs],
[Box 81: Political Affairs],
[Box 82: Political Affairs],
[Box 83: Political Affairs],
[Box 84: Copy Correspondence, 1973],
[Box 85: Copy Correspondence, 1973],
[Box 86: Copy Correspondence, 1973],
[Box 87: Administration, 1974],
[Box 88: Appointment Calendars],
[Box 89: Miscellaneous],
[Box 90: San Diego, 1970-1980],
[Box 91: San Diego, 1950s-1960s],
[Box 92: Agriculture, 1972],
[Box 93: San Diego, 1960s- 1972],
[Box 94: San Diego Gulf Atomic to Mass Transit],
[Box 95: 83rd Congress to 86th Congress, General Information to H.R. 8921],
[Box 96: 83rd Congress to 86th Congress, General Information to H.R. 8921],
[Box 97: 86th Congress, H.R. 9162 to 88th Congress, H.R. 3588],
[Box 98: 86th Congress, H.R. 9162 to 88th Congress, H.R. 3588],
[Box 99: 88th Congress, H.R. 4591 to 89th Congress, H.R. 7130],
[Box 100: 88th Congress, H.R. 4591 to 89th Congress, H.R. 7130],
[Box 101: Administration, 1978],
[Box 102: Administration, 1978],
[Box 103: Administration, 1979],
[Box 104: Administration, 1979],
[Box 105: 89th Congress, H.R. 7131 to 90th Congress, H.R. 5943],
[Box 106: 89th Congress, H.R. 7131 to 90th Congress, H.R. 5943],
[Box 107: San Diego, Air Service to General Files, Early 1970s],
[Box 108: San Diego General Files],
[Box 109: San Diego Federal Youth, Late 1960s-Mid 1970s],
[Box 110: Administration, 1976],
[Box 111: Administration, 1976],
[Box 112: Appointments, Invitations (September) to Committeee Armed Services-Military Construction, 1978],
[Box 113: Appointments, Invitations (September) to Committeee Armed Services-Military Construction, 1978],
[Box 114: Appointments, Invitations (November) to Congress, Dear Colleague, 1979],
[Box 115: Appointments, Invitations (November) to Congress, Dear Colleague, 1979],
[Box 116: 90th Congress, H.R. 6130 to 91st Congress, H.R. 5582],
[Box 117: 90th Congress, H.R. 6130 to 91st Congress, H.R. 5582],
[Box 118: Administration, Referrals to Appointments, Invitations (May), 1980],
[Box 119: Administration, Referrals to Appointments, Invitations (May), 1980],
[Box 120: San Diego Coronado Bridge to Mexican Labor Problem, 1950s-1960s],
[Box 121: Education to Environment- Solid Waste, 1972],
[Box 122: Committee, Miscellaneous, Congressional Record Inserts, Crime, 1972],
[Box 123: San Diego Harbor to Waterfront Park, 1960s-1972],
[Box 124: Appointments (January- December) to Appointments, Procurement Conference, 1974],
[Box 125: Appointments, Invitations (July-December) to Constituents Visits (January-June), 1976],
[Box 126: Appointments, Constituents (July- December), California Delegations, San Diego, Associations, Aviaition, Civil Defense and Civil Rights, 1976],
[Box 127: Committee Armed Services-Procurement Authorization to Energy, Miscellaneous, 1978],
[Box 128: Committee Armed Services-Procurement Authorization to Energy, Miscellaneous, 1978],
[Box 129: Congress, Miscellaneous to F.G. Consumer, 1979],
[Box 130: Congress, Miscellaneous to F.G. Consumer, 1979],
[Box 131: 91st Congress, H.R. 6811 to 91st Congress, H.R. 13337],
[Box 132: 91st Congress, H.R. 6811 to 91st Congress, H.R. 13337],
[Box 133: Appointments, Invitations (June) to Aviation, 1980],
[Box 134: Appointments, Invitations (June) to Aviation, 1980],
[Box 135: San Diego Miscellaneous to Tuna, 1950s-1960s],
[Box 136: Federal Government, Action to Federal Government, Military Construction, 1972],
[Box 137: San Diego Port Reception, Port of San Diego, Post Office, Public Works to San Diego Shelter  Workshops, 1960s-1972],
[Box 138: San Diego Shipbuilding, South Bay Marine Biology to Tuna, 1960s-1972],
[Box 139: Appointments, Invitations (1975), Aviations to Congressional Committees, Congressional Record Inserts, 1974-1975],
[Box 140: Civil Service to Education, 1976],
[Box 141: Committee on Aging, 1976],
[Box 142: F.G. Grants to F.G. Lands, Miscellaneous, 1978],
[Box 143: Energy- Nuclear, Solar to F.G Defense, 1978],
[Box 144],
[Box 145: Federal Government GOA, Grants, Interior, Justice, Lands to Federal Government Treasury, 1979],
[Box 146: Federal Government Contracts, Defense, Air Foorce, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Navy to North Salem, 1979],
[Box 147: 91st Congress, H.R. 13395 to 92nd Congress, H.R. Resolution 570],
[Box 148: 91st Congress, H.R. 13395 to 92nd Congress, H.R. Resolution 570],
[Box 149: Armed Services Committee (April- December), Congressional Record to Congress, Joint Letters (1977), 1980],
[Box 150: Civil Defense to Committee Armed Services (January-March), 1980],
[Box 151: San Diego, Tuna (Continued) to Veterans Hospital, 1950s- 1960s],
[Box 152: Federal Government, Miscellaneous, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Navy, Foreign Relations to Housing and Senior Citizens, 1972],
[Box 153: San Diego, Tuna (Continued) to Zoo, 1953-1972],
[Box 154: Congressional, Library of Congress to Energy (January), 1974],
[Box 155: Administration, No Return Address, Miscellaneous to Tel and Tel, 1975],
[Box 156: Agriculture, Appointments, Invitations (Jan), 1975],
[Box 157: Federal Government Contracts, Defense to Justice, 1976],
[Box 158: Employment, Energy, Interns, and Pages, 1976],
[Box 159: Appointments, Constituent Visits to Invitations (June), 1977],
[Box 160: Administration, Miscellaneous to Appointments, 1977],
[Box 161: Federal Government Loans to Navy Ocean System Center, 1978],
[Box 162: Finance, Foreign Relations to Health and Welfare, 1978],
[Box 163: Finance to Foreign Relations Miscellaneous, 1979],
[Box 164: Foreign Relations (Salt II) to Housing, 1979],
[Box 165: 92nd Congress, H.R. Resolution 643 to 92nd Congress, H.R. 6069],
[Box 166: 92nd Congress, H.R. Resolution 643 to 92nd Congress, H.R. 6069],
[Box 167: Congress, Joint Letters (1978) to Congress Miscellaneous, 1980],
[Box 168: Congress Caucus to Education, San Diego Veterinary School, 1980],
[Box 169: USS Pueblo, Petitions and Miscellaneous, 1968],
[Box 170: Administration, Agriculture, Appointments, Aviation to Civil Rights, 1971],
[Box 171: Indian Affairs, Inventions, Labor, Legislation, Parks to Post Office, 1972],
[Box 172: Administration, Agriculture, Appointments, Aviation to Crime, 1973],
[Box 173: Energy (February) to Federal Government, 1971-1974 Consumer-Nader (1971-1974)],
[Box 174: Appointments, Invitations (October- December) to Civil Defense, 1975],
[Box 175: Appointments to Invitations (February- September), 1975],
[Box 176: Federal Government, Navy, Miramar, North Ireland to Foreign Relations, 1976],
[Box 177: Federal Government, Land Miscellaneous, Loans, Military Construction, State, Transportation, Treasury to Federal Government Navy, 1976],
[Box 178: Aviation (January-December), Civil Defense, Civil Rights to Committee, Aging (January-March), 1977],
[Box 179: Appointments, Invitations (July) to Associations, 1977],
[Box 180: Labor (June-July), Legal to Legislation, 1978],
[Box 181: Housing (January-December), Immigration, Indian Affairs to Labor (January-June), 1978],
[Box 182: Legislation Budget, Dear Colleague, Digest to Republican Statements, 1979],
[Box 183: Immigration and Naturalization (General Files) to Legislation-Abortion, 1979],
[Box 184: 92nd Congress, H.R. 6197 to 92nd Congress, H.R. 14505],
[Box 185: 92nd Congress, H.R. 6197 to 92nd Congress, H.R. 14505],
[Box 186: Energy, Miscellaneous to Environment, 1980],
[Box 187: Environment (New Melons Lake, etc.), Equal Rights, Contracts to Federal Government, 1980],
[Box 188: Administration-Newsletter to Appointments, 1970],
[Box 189: Education (May-December), Head Start, San Diego State to United States International University, 1971],
[Box 190: Committee, Armed Services to Education (January-April), 1971],
[Box 191: Public Relations Agriculture Yearbook to Public Relations Miscellaneous (July-December), 1972],
[Box 192: Economy to Environment, 1973],
[Box 193: Federal Government, Contracts, Defense, Commerce to Federal Government Interior, 1974],
[Box 194: Civil Service (January-December) to Committee-Aging (April), 1975],
[Box 195: Committee-Aging (May-July), Armed Services (January-June) to Economy (October-December), 1975],
[Box 196: Health and Welfare, Miscellaneous (January-February) to Housing, 1976],
[Box 197: Immigration and Naturalization (Illegal Aliens) to Parks and Forests, 1976],
[Box 198: Committee, Aging (April-December) to Committee on Armed Force (January-April), 1977],
[Box 199: Committee on Armed Services (May) and (Nuclear Fusion) to Congress (April-July), 1977],
[Box 200: Public Relations Congratulations to Public Relations Flags, 1978],
[Box 201: Legislation Miscellaneous, Medicare, Missiles to P.R. Calendar, 1978],
[Box 202: Medicare (General Files) to Public Relations Documents (August), 1979],
[Box 203: Public Relations Documents (September-December), Public Relations Flags, Foreign Travel to Roads, 1979],
[Box 204: 92nd Congress, H.R. 14560 to 93rd Congress, H. Con. Res. 529],
[Box 205: 92nd Congress, H.R. 14560 to 93rd Congress, H. Con. Res. 529],
[Box 206: Federal Government Interior to Air Force, 1980],
[Box 207: Air Force to Foreign Relations (Iran), 1980],
[Box 208: Aviation, Civil Rights, Committees to Education (January-December), 1970],
[Box 209: Federal Government, Action to Federal Government, Maritime, 1971],
[Box 210: Public Relations Naturalization to Utilities, 1972],
[Box 211: Federal Government, Action to Federal Government, Miscellaneous, 1973],
[Box 212: Federal Government, Land (January-June) to Federal Government, Navy Hospital, 1974],
[Box 213: Energy (April-September) to Environment (July-December), 1975],
[Box 214: Education (January- December) to Energy (January-March), 1975],
[Box 215: Public Relations Documents (April) to Public Relations Thanks, 1976],
[Box 216: Post Office (January-May) to Public Relations Documents (March), 1976],
[Box 217: Employment (July-December) to Energy, Elk Hills, 1977],
[Box 218: Congress (August-December) Congressional Record to Employment (April-June), 1977],
[Box 219: Taxes-Legislation to Wildlife and Animals/Servicemen to Veterans (General Files), 1978],
[Box 220: Public Relations Miscellaneous to Taxes (General Files), 1978],
[Box 221: Senior Citizens to Tax Exempt  Private Schools, 1979],
[Box 222: Taxes to Wildlife and Animals, 1979],
[Box 223: 93rd Congress, H.R. 86 to 93rd Congress, H.R. 4690],
[Box 224: 93rd Congress, H.R. 86 to 93rd Congress, H.R. 4690],
[Box 225: Foreign Relations, Soviet Jewry to Immigration-Vietnamese, 1980],
[Box 226: Labor to Legislation, Republican Statements, 1980],
[Box 227: Education, Impact Aid to Federal Government, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 1970],
[Box 228: Federal Government, Miscellaneous, OEO, Military Construction to Foreign Relations, Rhodesia, 1971],
[Box 229: Federal Government, OEO, State to Navy-North Ireland, 1973],
[Box 230: Navy-Pollution, Finance, Foreign Relations to Health and Welfare (July), 1973],
[Box 231: Federal Government, Navy-Sailor's Home to Housing (July-December), 1974],
[Box 232: Environment, Study Group to Federal Government, Contracts (January-September), 1975],
[Box 233: Federal Government, Defense to Federal Government Grants (January-July), 1975],
[Box 234: Public Works to Trade, 1976],
[Box 235: Utilities to Service, Retired, 1976],
[Box 236: Federal Government Contracts, Defense to Federal Government Justice, 1977],
[Box 237: Energy-Nuclear, Solar to Federal Government Consumer, 1977],
[Box 238: Service Champus to Veterans (General Files)/Oceanography, Miscellaneous, 1960s, 1972],
[Box 239: Servicemen (General Files) to Service Champus-Medical, 1979],
[Box 240: 93rd Congress, H.R. 4693 to 93rd Congress, H.R. 8961],
[Box 241: 93rd Congress, H.R. 4693 to 93rd Congress, H.R. 8961],
[Box 242: Documents (June- December) Public Relations Flags to Roads, 1980],
[Box 243: Legislation, Wilson Testimony and Statements to Documents, 1980],
[Box 244: Federal Government, OEO to Foreign Relations, Israel-Arb (Hijacking), 1970],
[Box 245: Health and Welfare to Labor (Farmer Unions), 1971],
[Box 246: Health and Welfare (August-December) to Labor Miscellaneous, 1973],
[Box 247: Legal, Legislation to Medicare, Champus, 1973],
[Box 248: Immigration and Naturalization (January-December) Legislation (October-December), 1974],
[Box 249: Federal Government, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to Federal Government Treasury, 1975],
[Box 250: Federal Government, Air Force to Finance, 1975],
[Box 251: Federal Government Land, Miscellaneous to Foreign Relations Miscellaneous, 1977],
[Box 252: Health and Welfare, Housing, Immigration to Indian Affairs, 1977],
[Box 253],
[Box 254: 93rd Congress, H.R. 8964 to 93rd Congress, H.R. 15673],
[Box 255: 93rd Congress, H.R. 8964 to 93rd Congress, H.R. 15673],
[Box 256: Selective Service to Wildlife and Animals, 1980],
[Box 257: Foreign Relations, Miscellaneous, Vietnam to Legislation, 1970],
[Box 258: Legal, Judgeships, Legislation, Natural Resources to Servicemen, POW's, 1971],
[Box 259: Natural Resources, Oceanography to Roads, 1973],
[Box 260: Servicemen-POW, Speeches to Wildlife, 1973],
[Box 261: Legislative Digest (January-May) to Post Office (January-April), 1974],
[Box 262: Foreign Relations, Indo-China (January-March) to Health and Welfare, Miscellaneous (April-June), 1975],
[Box 263: Health and Welfare (July), Housing to Inventions, 1975],
[Box 264: Labor to Legislation Digest (January-March), 1977],
[Box 265: Legislation Digest (April-June) to Parks and Forests, 1977],
[Box 266: San Diego, Miscellaneous, Aircraft Engineering to San Diego Post Office, Late 1950s to Early 1970s],
[Box 267: San Diego, Miscellaneous, Representative, Republican National Committee Convention to Zuniga Jetty, Late 1950s to Early 1970s],
[Box 268: 93rd Congress, H.R. 15674 to 94th Congress, H.R. 52],
[Box 269: 93rd Congress, H.R. 15674 to 94th Congress, H.R. 52],
[Box 270: Speeches (1975-1980), Public Relations to Miscellaneous Press Releases, 1970s-1980s],
[Box 271: Wilson Voting Record (83rd Congress to 95th Congress), 1970s-1980s],
[Box 272: Military Construction to Public Relations Condolences, 1970],
[Box 273: Space, Speeches, State Government to White House Conference on Youth, 1971],
[Box 274: Public Relations Agriculture Yearbook to Public Relations Thanks, 1973],
[Box 275: Post Office (May-September) to Trade, 1974],
[Box 276: Labor to Legislation Miscellaneous (April-June), 1975],
[Box 277: Legislation (July), Budget to Medicare (January-December), 1975],
[Box 278: Post Office to Public Relations Documents, 1977],
[Box 279: Public Relations Documents to Public Relations Thanks, 1977],
[Box 280: 94th Congress, H.R. 1162 to 94th Congress, H.R. 3689],
[Box 281: 94th Congress, H.R. 1162 to 94th Congress, H.R. 3689],
[Box 282: White House Press Releases, 1960s-1970s],
[Box 283: White House Press Releases, Statements, 1960s-1970s],
[Box 284: Public Relations Congratulations to Public Relations Thanks, 1970],
[Box 285: UNAMERICAN to Public Relations, Condolences, 1974],
[Box 286: Natural Resources to Political Affairs (American Revolution BiCentennial), 1974-1975],
[Box 287: Public Relations Agricultural Yearbook to Public (August-December), 1974-1975],
[Box 288: Taxes (March) to Veterans, Miscellaneous, 1977],
[Box 289: Public Works to Taxes (January- February), 1977],
[Box 290: Press, Political Affairs, Speeches to Academic, 1960s-1970s],
[Box 291: White House Press Releases, Statements to Public Relations Press Releases 1971, 1960s-1970s],
[Box 292: Public Works, Miscellaneous to Speeches (January-June), 1970],
[Box 293: Speeches (July-December) to Utilities (January-June), 1970],
[Box 294: Public Relations Documents (January-April) to Public Relations Flags (13-Star Requests), 1974],
[Box 295: Public Relations Flags (January-June) to Public Relations Thanks, 1975],
[Box 296: Public Works to UNAMERICAN, 1975],
[Box 297: Federal Government Air Force to Federal Government Naval Training Center/Supplement: Administration, Appointments, Associations, P.R. papers, 1970-1973],
[Box 298: Issues: Random Sampling of Volume Mail on Major Legislation/ 1973 Abortion Issue Supplement and other issues, 1977-1980],
[Box 299: Issues: Random Sampling of Volume Mail on Major Legislation/ 1973 Abortion Issue Supplement and other issues, 1977-1980],
[Box 300: Servicemen (January-April) to Veterans (July-November), 1974],
[Box 301: Servicemen. Commissaries and Post Expo, POWs, Retired to San Diego Fire 1970 (Photos included), 1970-1975],
[Box 302: Utilities, Miscellaneous, White House to Service Champus, 1970-1975],
[Box 303: Issues: Random Sampling of Volume Mail on Major Legislation, 1977-1980],
[Box 304: Issues: Random Sampling of Volume Mail on Major Legislation, 1977-1980],
[Box 305: Laguna Fire to San Diego Fires, 1970-1975],
[Box 306: San Diego Aerospace Museum to San Diego Border, 1970s-1980],
[Box 307: San Diego Cabrillo Monument to Cubic Corporation, 1970s-1980],
[Box 308: Issues: Random Sampling of Volume Mail on Major Legislation- Guns to Panama Canal, 1977-1980],
[Box 309: Issues: Random Sampling of Volume Mail on Major Legislation- Guns to Panama Canal, Proposition 13 to Mil. Widows, 1977-1980],
[Box 310: San Diego, Model Cities Program to Tuna, Late 1960s- Mid 1970s],
[Box 311: San Diego, Tuna, 1974-1976],
[Box 312: San Diego, Solar to Transportation- San Diego, Arizona Eastern Railroad Road, 1965-1980],
[Box 313: San Diego Arizona Eastern Railroad  to Tuna, 1965-1980],
[Box 314: San Diego, Tuna to Constituent Correspondence, 1969-1980],
[Box 315: San Diego, Tuna Law of the Sea to San Diego Zoo, 1969-1980],
[Box 316: Political Affairs- Miscellaneous to Republican Congressional Committee, 1953-1960],
[Box 317: Political Affairs- Newsletters-Republican Committee to Electoral College, 1953-1960],
[Box 318: Political Affairs-National Legislative Bulletins to Miscellaneous, 1960-1963],
[Box 319: Political Affairs- Testimonial Luncheon to Miscellaneous, 1960-1963],
[Box 320: Political Affairs- Republican Miscellaneous, Citizens Correspondence to Voting, 1963-1964],
[Box 321: Political Affairs- Miscellaneous to Young Republican, 1963-1964],
[Box 322: Political Affairs- Miscellaneous to Young Republicans, 1964-1965],
[Box 323: Political Affairs- Miscellaneous to Leadership, 1966-1967],
[Box 324: Political Affairs- Leadership to Young Republicans, 1968-1970],
[Box 325: Political Affairs- National Committee to Governor's Conference, 1967-1968],
[Box 326: Political Affairs- Mexican-American to American Bicentennial Committee, 1971-1972],
[Box 327: Political Affairs- 1970 Campaign Congrats, to Census, 1970-1971],
[Box 328: Political Affairs- Convention Tickets to Policy, 1972-1973],
[Box 329: Political Affairs- Miscellaneous to Republican Central Committee, 1973-1976],
[Box 330: Political Affairs- Miscellaneous to Youth, 1975-1976],
[Box 331: Political Affairs- Vice President to Miscellaneous, 1974-1975],
[Box 332: Political Affairs- Miscellaneous to Voting Miscellaneous, 1977-1978],
[Box 333: Political Affairs- Presidential Campaign to Voting Miscellaneous, 1979-1980],
[Box 334: Congressional Record Inserts (86th Congress to 89th Congress), 1979-1980],
[Box 335: Congressional Record Inserts (86th Congress to 89th Congress), 1979-1980],
[Box 336: Congressional Record Inserts (90th Congress to 92nd Congress)],
[Box 337: Congressional Record Inserts (90th Congress to 92nd Congress)],
[Box 338: Congressional Record Inserts (93rd Congress to 94th Congress)],
[Box 339: Congressional Record Inserts (93rd Congress to 94th Congress)],
[Box 340: Congressional Record Inserts (95th Congress to 96th Congress)],
[Box 341: Congressional Record Inserts (95th Congress to 96th Congress)],
[Box 342: Legislation Books (83rd Congress to 91st Congress)],
[Box 343: Legislation Books (92nd Congress to 96th Congress)],
[Box 344: Legislation (Public Laws continued from Box 95): 94th Congress, H.R. 3822 to H.R. 6576, 94th Congress, H.R. 7457],
[Box 345: Legislation (Public Laws continued from Box 95): 94th Congress, H.R. 6643 to H.R. 5457],
[Box 346: 94th Congress, H.R. 7458 to 94th Congress, H.R. 8230],
[Box 347: 94th Congress, H.R. 8246 to H.R. 9761],
[Box 348: 94th Congress, H.R. 9768 to H.R. 13446],
[Box 349: 94th Congress H.R. 13626 to H.R. 13985],
[Box 350: 94th Congress H.R. 13986 to 95th Congress H.R. 858],
[Box 351: 95th Congress H.R. 1115 to 95th Congress H.J.R. 1155],
[Box 352: 95th Congress H.R. 54 to 95th H.R. 2454],
[Box 353: 95th Congress H.R. 2496 to 95th Congress H.R. 4654],
[Box 354: 95th Congress H.R. 4824 to 95th Congress H.R. 5970],
[Box 355: 95th Congress H.R. 6170 to 95th Congress H.R. 7317],
[Box 356: 95th Congress H.R. 7400 to 95th Congress H.R. 9174],
[Box 357: 95th Congress H.R. 9186 to 95th Congress H.R. 11423],
[Box 358: 95th Congress H.R. 11424 to 95th Congress H.R. 12557],
[Box 359: 95th Congress H.R. 12686 to 95th Congress H.R. 13368],
[Box 360: 95th Congress H.R. 13755 to 96th Congress H.J.R. 307],
[Box 361: 96th Congress H.J.R. 326 to 96th Congress H.R. 262],
[Box 362: 96th Congress H.R. 365 to 96th Congress H.R. 821],
[Box 363: 96th Congress H.R. 822 to 96th Congress H.R. 2292],
[Box 364: 96th Congress H.R. 2364 to 96th Congress H.R. 3268],
[Box 365: 96th Congress H.R. 3269 to 96th Congress H.R. 4359],
[Box 366: 96th Congress H.R. 4515 to 96th Congress H.R. 7194],
[Box 367: 96th Congress H.R. 7265 to 96th Congress H.R. 8860],
[Box 368: Miscellaneous Legislation (87th Congress, copies of Wilson-sponsored legislation, 3 miscellaneous bills)],
[Box 369: Miscellaneous Legislation (87th Congress, copies of Wilson-sponsored legislation, 3 miscellaneous bills)],
[Box 370: Miscellaneous Military Legislation (recomputation, double dipping, CHAMPUS, survivor benefits plan), 1970s],
[Box 371: Miscellaneous Military Legislation (recomputation, double dipping, CHAMPUS, survivor benefits plan)],
[Box 372: Department of Defense Study- "The Pentagon Papers" U.S.--Vietnam Relations, 1947 to 1967, 12 volumes],
[Box 373: Miscellaneous Survivor Benefits material- Military (sent by mail 12-15-80), 1970s-1980s],
[Box 374: Cases, A-Cr, Late 1950s to 1972],
[Box 375: Cases, Cu-Ju (Judicial District, Late 1950s to 1972],
[Box 376: Cases, K-Ro (Kaiser-Roberts), Late 1950s to 1972],
[Box 377: Cases, Ro-Z (Rofer - Civil Service Dual Couple), 1970s],
[Box 378: Civil Service- Federal Housing Administration to Medicare-Occidental, 1970],
[Box 379: Public Relations to Selective Service to Servicemen, May 1970],
[Box 380: Servicemen (June) to Taxes (July-December, 1970],
[Box 381: Civil Service to Immigration and Naturalization, 1971],
[Box 382: Legal to Social Security, 1971],
[Box 383: Social Security (September-October), Taxes to Veterans, Widows, 1971],
[Box 384: Servicemen, January-September, 1971],
[Box 385: Servicemen (October 1971) to Civil Service Recommendations (January-April), 1972],
[Box 386: Civil Recommendations, Immigration and Naturalization (January-December), Medicare to Reserve and National Guard (July-December), 1972],
[Box 387: Selective Service (January-December), Social Security to Servicemen (May), 1972],
[Box 388: Servicemen (June) to Veterans (April), 1972],
[Box 389: Veterans (May-December, 1972) and Widows, to Cases, Harry Armstrong to Archie Moore, late 1960s-1972],
[Box 390: Cases to L. Timlick, Civil Services to Employment, December 1973],
[Box 391: Immigration and Naturalization, Legal, Medicare to Servicemen, April 1973],
[Box 392: Servicemen (May-December) Burials, Social Secutiry to Taxes (May-July), 1973],
[Box 393: Taxes (August - December), Servicemen Retired, Veterans to Civil Service (January- December), 1971-1974],
[Box 394: Economy (September-December, 1974), Employment, Energy, Federal Government to Immigration and Naturalization, July 1974],
[Box 395: Immigration and Naturalization (August-December), Indian Affairs, Labor, Legal, Medicare to Social Security (September), 1974],
[Box 396: Social Security (October-December, 1974), State Government, Taxes, Trade, P.R. to Servicemen (September 1974)],
[Box 397: Servicemen (October) to Veterans (November), 1974],
[Box 398: Administrative Referrals to Employment (October-December), 1975],
[Box 399: Federal Government Consumer to Medicare (April- June), 1975],
[Box 400: Medicare (July-December) to Taxes (January-April), 1975],
[Box 401: Taxes (May-December) to Servicemen (October), 1975],
[Box 402: Servicemen (November) to Veterans (December), 1975],
[Box 403: Veterans Widows (1975) and Cases (Alldredge-Franzbau), 1970-1975],
[Box 404: Administration Radio-Television to Federal Government Treasury, 1976],
[Box 405: Federal Government Navy Miscellaneous to Natural Resources, 1976],
[Box 406: Post Office (January) to Social Security (December), 1976],
[Box 407: Taxes (January-April) to Servicemen Miscellaneous (January), 1976],
[Box 408: Servicemen Miscellaneous (February) to Servicemen Miscellaneous (November), 1976],
[Box 409: Servicemen Miscellaneous (December) to Federal Government HUD, 1977],
[Box 410: Federal Government Justice to Labor (January-March), 1977],
[Box 411: Labor (April-June) to Social Security (May), 1977],
[Box 412: Social Security (June) to Servicemen Miscellaneous (March), 1977],
[Box 413: Servicemen Miscellaneous (April) to Veterans (January), 1977],
[Box 414: Veterans (May), Widows (includes supplement of Veterans, Dec. and Veterans, Widows, 1974/Service Academy (A-Mc), 1950s-1970s],
[Box 415: Service Academy (Spector Givinup), Military Academy (West Point) to Military Academia General Miscellaneous. (Smith-Phillps), 1950s-1970s],
[Box 416: Military Academia General Miscellaneous (continued) to Military Academia General Miscellaneous, 1950s-1970s],
[Box 417: Military Academia General Miscellaneous (listing of names), Civil Service Exam (1972) to Military Academy Classes and names, 1970s],
[Box 418: Continued listing of Military Academy Classes and names, 1970s-1980s],
[Box 419: Continued Military Acadmey Classes and names (1970s) to Academia General (1976-1978), 1970s-1980s],
[Box 420: Academia General (1973-1974) to Federal Government HUD (1978), 1970s],
[Box 421: Federal Government-Justice to Labor (July-September), 1978],
[Box 422: Labor (October-December, 1978) to Taxes (April-June), 1978],
[Box 423: Taxes (July-September) to Services-Commissaries and Post Exchanges, 1978],
[Box 424: Servicemen-Retired to Veterans Widows (1978) to Civil Service (January-December), 1979],
[Box 425: Education, Employment to Immigration and Naturalization (April-June), 1979],
[Box 426: Immigration and Naturalization (July-September) to Social Security (July), 1979],
[Box 427: Social Security (August), State Government, Taxes to Servicemen (August), 1979],
[Box 428: Servicemen (October) to Veterans Widows (1979) to Constituent Cases and Projects/ San Diego Files, 1960s-1970s],
[Box 429: Constituent Cases and Projects/ San Diego Files, 1960s-1970s],
[Box 430: Civil Service to Federal Government Contracts, 1980],
[Box 431: Federal Government Contracts to Immigration and Naturalization (July-September), 1980],
[Box 432: Immigration and Naturalization (October-November) to Social Security (September), 1980],
[Box 433: Social Security 9October), State Government, Taxes to Service (October), 1980],
[Box 434: Service (November), Veterans- Widows (1980) to Private Bills: 86th Congress 1st Session to 86th Congress 2nd Session],
[Box 435: Private Bills: 987h Congress, 1st Session to 90th Congress, 2nd Session (H.R. 2760)],
[Box 436: Private Bills: 90th Congress, 1st Session to 93rd Congress, 2nd Session (H.R. 17569)],
[Box 437: Private Bills: 94th Congress, 1st Session to 96th Congress, 1st Session (H.R. 2874)],
[Box 438: Supplemental from 87th Congress, 1st Session (H.R. 1462) to 87th Congress, 2nd Session (H.R. 11555)],
[Box 439: Cases (So-Ze), 1970-1975],
[Box 440: Cases (Re (Soler) to Snow), 1970-1975],
[Box 441: Cases (Grant to Johnstone), 1970-1975],
[Box 442: Cases (Jones to Quirk), 1970-1975],
[Box 443: Award Plaques],
[Box 444: Award Plaques],
[Box 447: Award Plaques],
[Box 448: Award Plaques],
[Box 451: Award Plaques],
[Box 452: Award Plaques],
[Box 453: Award Plaques],
[Box 454: Awards],
[Box 455: Awards],
[Box 456: Awards],
[Box 457: Award Plaques],
[Box 458: Award Plaques],
[Box 459: Award Plaques],
[Box 460: Award Plaques],
[Box 461: Award Plaques],
[Box 462: Award Plaques],
[Box 463: Award Plaques],
[Box 464: Award Plaques],
[Box 465: Award Plaques and Movie Film],
[Box 466: Three Award Plaques],
[Box 467: Three Award Plaques],
[Box 468: Three Award Plaques],
[Box 469: Large Collections of Awards],
[Box 470: Scrapbooks, 1956-1958],
[Box 471: Scrapbooks, 1958-1959],
[Box 472: Scrapbooks, 1959-1960],
[Box 473: San Diego Lindbergh Field to Project Concern, 1970s],
[Box 474: San Diego Rohr Industries to Sewage Treatment, 1970s],
[Box 475],
[Box 476],
[Item 1: Scrapbook, January-June 1961],
[Item 2: Scrapbook, May-September 1961],
[Item 3: Scrapbook, October 1961-April 1962],
[Item 4: Scrapbook, September 1961-December 1963],
[Item 5: Scrapbook, January 1962],
[Item 6: Scrapbook, May-December 1962],
[Item 7: Scrapbook, January-May 1963, 1962 miscellaneous],
[Item 8: Scrapbook, January-June 1963],
[Item 9: Scrapbook, January-December 1964],
[Item 10: Scrapbook, 1965],
[Item 11: Scrapbook, 1965],
[Item 12: Scrapbook, 1966],
[Item 13: Scrapbook, 1966],
[Item 14: Scrapbook, 1967],
[Item 16: Scrapbook, January-September 1968],
[Item 20: Scrapbook, 1970],
[Item 21: Scrapbook, 1971],
[Item 22: Scrapbook, 1972],
[Item 23: Scrapbook, 1973],
[Item 24: Scrapbook, 1974],
[Item 25: Scrapbook, 1977],
[Item 26: Scrapbook, May 1974- January 1977],
[Item 27: Scrapbook, 1976],
[Item 28: Scrapbook, January-August 1978],
[Item 29: Scrapbook, April-December 1978],
[Item 30: Scrapbook, 1979],
[Item 31: Scrapbook, 1980],
[Item 32: Scrapbook, 1980],
[All]

Box 1: Administrative Files, 1953-1965Add to your cart.

Administrative Newsletter; Administrative Christmas card list; Materials relating to Ed Gillenwater, Administrative Assistant;

Bills, vouches, invoices and purchase orders;

Biographical information on Wilson;

Newspaper clippings.

Folder 1: Bills, Vouchers, Invoices, and Purchase Orders, 1954, 1962Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Bills, Vouchers, Invoices and Purchase Orders, 1964,1965Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Administrative Assistant Ed Gillenwater, Personal Files, 1963Add to your cart.
Jan. - Feb. Politics, newsclipping, San Diego inf.
Folder 4: Administrative Assistant Ed Gillenwater, Personal Files, 1963Add to your cart.
Feb.- Ap. Politics, San Diego info.
Folder 5: Administrative Assistant Ed Gillenwater, Personal Files, 1963Add to your cart.
Mar. - Ap. Politics, San Diego info.
Folder 6: Administrative Assistant Ed Gillenwater, Personal Files, 1963Add to your cart.
July - Oct. Politics, Foreign Relations, San Diego Info.
Folder 7: Administrative Assistant Ed Gillenwater, Personal Files, 1963Add to your cart.
Oct. - Dec. Politics, San Diego info., photo., appointment of Gillenwater.
Folder 8: Administrative Assistant Ed Gillenwater, Personal Files, 1964Add to your cart.
San Diego info., politics, social affairs
Folder 9: Administrative Assistant Ed Gillenwater, Personal Files, 1965Add to your cart.
Republican - "Bull Elephants."
Folder 10: Administrative Newsletter, 1953-57Add to your cart.
Includes corresp.
Folder 11: Administrative Newsletter, 1958Add to your cart.
Includes corresp.
Folder 12: Administrative Newsletter, 1959Add to your cart.
Mostly corresp.
Folder 13: Administrative Newsletter, 1959Add to your cart.
All contents are corresp. No copy of Newsletter
Folder 14: Administrative Newsletter, 1960Add to your cart.
Corresp. No copies of Newsletter
Folder 15: Administrative Newsletter, 1961Add to your cart.
Corresp. related to newsletters
Folder 16: Administrative Newsletter, 1962Add to your cart.
Corresp. related to newsletters.
Folder 17: Administrative Newsletter, 1963Add to your cart.
Corresp. related to newsletters, article by Ezra Taft Benson.
Folder 18: Administrative Newsletter, 1964Add to your cart.
Small amount of corresp. No newsletters
Folder 19: Administrative Newsletter, 1965Add to your cart.
Large folder of corresp. , some photos, Welcome to Washington cards & also newsletters.
Folder 20: Administration Newsletter, 1965Add to your cart.
A large folder containing corresp., Welcome to Washington Constituent cards, address listings, etc.
Folder 21: Administrative Miscellaneous, 1956Add to your cart.
1 letter from R. J. McMahan & Wilson's reply
Folder 22: Administrative Miscellaneous, 1959 - 1960Add to your cart.
Newsclipping and 3 letters
Folder 23: Administrative Miscellaneous, 1961Add to your cart.
Small amount of corresp. & 1 abstract of personnel record.
Folder 24: Administrative Miscellaneous, 1962Add to your cart.
Only 6 letters
Folder 25: Administrative Miscellaneous, 1963Add to your cart.
Corresp., newsclipping, "Filing System" 1960.
Folder 26: Administrative Miscellaneous, 1964Add to your cart.
Corresp. & 1 copy of "Committee Publications and Policies Governing Their Distribution," 1964
Folder 27: Administrative Miscellaneous, 1965Add to your cart.
Corresp., diagram of parking layout for 3rd level, and other items.
Folder 28: Gillenwaters, Ed. Memo to the Boss, 1965Add to your cart.
Jan. 21 ,1965 re/ Mayor Curran meeting & Cong.  Boosters Club
Folder 29: Admin. GPO Account, 1964Add to your cart.
Dozen letters
Folder 30: Administration General, 1959Add to your cart.
Dozen letters re/ Misc. topics, "Duties of a Congressman" & other items.
Folder 31: Administration Folding Room, 1959 - 1964Add to your cart.
Mostly corresp. & "Statements of Accounts" booklets.
Folder 32: Administration District Expense Vouchers, 1961 - 1962Add to your cart.
5 vouchers & & 2 blank forms
Folder 33: Aministration Constituent Promotion Ideas, 1957 & 1959Add to your cart.
3 letters re/ patriotic themes & copy of "Pledge of Allegiance" set to music. House Doc. 225, 84th Cong. 1st. Sess,
Folder 34: Administration Christmas Card File, 1956 - 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 35: Administration Calendar List, 1958 -1963Add to your cart.
Mostly corresp. & address lists
Folder 36: Administration  Newspaper Clippings ____ THIS WEEK IN WASHINGTON __ By Macomber, 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, & news clippings.
Folder 37: Administration Biography, 1965 & 1974Add to your cart.
Brief Biography of Robert Wilson & news clippings from 1974
Folder 38: Administration Biography, 1958Add to your cart.
A collection of biographical materials for Congressman Wilson.
Folder 39: Administration Biography, 1961Add to your cart.
Biograpical information for Bob Wilson including  photo in promotional material
Box 2: Administration Files, 1959-1965Add to your cart.
Correspondence, memos and clippings regarding local newspapers; Letters to the editor - newspapers; Untraceable correspondence, no return address, and patronage
Folder 1: Administration  Newspapers, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
Correspondence, news releases, news clippings & other items.
Folder 2: Administration  Newspapers, 1960Add to your cart.
corresp., news clippings, telegrams, & other items
Folder 3: Administration  Newspapers, 1961Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp. with a few news clippings, lots of politics.
Folder 4: Administration Files__Newspapers, 1961Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp., with politics and international emphasis
Folder 5: Administration Files__Newspapers, 1962Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp., with emphasis on politics, and some news clippings. 1 copy of Allied Gardens Examiner (1/11/62)
Folder 6: Administration Files__Newspapers, 1963Add to your cart.
Corres., politics, local issues & a few copies of  newspapers & some news clippings
Folder 7: Administration Files__Newspapers, 1963Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp., with emphasis on politics, local issues, personal items. 1 copy of San Diego County Media Directory.
Folder 8: Administration Files__Newspapers, 1963Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp. with local and national political issues, some news clippings
Folder 9: Administration Files__Newspapers, 1964Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp. with political and national issues. A few news clippings.
Folder 10: Administration Files__Newspapers, 1965Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp. with emphasis on national and local politics. Also some news clippings, 1 8x11 b&w photo of Bob Wilson chastizing "LBJ Super Market" & 1 copy of EMPHASIS: OREGON (11/65)
Folder 11: Administration Files__Newspapers: Letters to the Editor., 1963-1964Add to your cart.
Largely corresp., local & constituents. A few news clippings
Folder 12: Administration Files__Correspondence__No Return Address, 1959Add to your cart.

Letters, postal cards, telegrams, news clippings.

Politics, local issues, military, etc.

Folder 13: Administrative Files__Correspondance__No Return Address, 1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters and telegrams re/ political & national issues.
Folder 14: Administrative Files__Correspondance__No Return Address, 1961Add to your cart.
Small amount of corresp., including telegrams with emphasis on political, educational and other issues.
Folder 15: Administrative Files__Correspondance__No Return Address, 1962Add to your cart.
Small collection of letters, postal cards, telegrams, news clippings re/ various political, social, community issues.
Folder 16: Administrative Files__Correspondance__No Return Address, 1963Add to your cart.
5 letters, 1 postal card & 3 news clippings re/ anti Kennedy attitudes, State Dept. & a concern about commercializing Sundays
Folder 17: Administrative Files__Correspondance__No Return Address, 1964Add to your cart.
A small number of letters, postal cards, & telegrams re/ critique of Congressional compensations, veteran benefits needed, pro & anti Medicare views, 4 page letter on politics & democracy from Imperial Beach constituent.
Folder 18: Administration-Parma, L. W.-Personal, 1962Add to your cart.
Seven letters
Folder 19: Administration Patronage, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
1 news clipping & 5 letters (4 from Wilson)
Folder 20: Administration Patrons, 1959Add to your cart.
9 letters re/ "Page Boy" & military resume
Folder 21: Administration Patronage, 1960Add to your cart.
5 letters (3 from Wilson) re/ "Page Boy" appointment.
Folder 22: Administration Patronage, 1961Add to your cart.
15 letters including Wilson's responses on the topic of Congressional Pages.
Folder 23: Administration Patronage, 1962Add to your cart.
9 letters (3 replies from Wilson) re/ page boy &  postmastershipl
Folder 24: Administration Patronage, 1963Add to your cart.
19 letters with Wilson's replies re/ postmaster and page boy appointments. Also 1 copy of UNITED STATES CALITOL PAGE SCHOOL.
Folder 25: Administration Patronage, 1964Add to your cart.
25 letters & postal cards with Wilson's replies re/ topic of Pages Boys.
Folder 26: Administration Patronage, 1965Add to your cart.
8 letters & 1 postal card re/ page positions for 89th Congress and contrast between majority and minority parties in numbers to be appointed.
Box 3: Administration Files, 1953-1965Add to your cart.

Press Releases; District Questionnaires; Postage; Photographs; Radio and Television;

Publication; Referrals; Personnel.

Folder 1: Administrative: Personnel, 1961-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos relating to employment, civil service, employment info. for Wilsons's staff & also personal corresp.
Folder 2: Administrative: Photographs, 1962Add to your cart.
3 letters, 1 copy of "1962 OPERATION V.I.P." & 1 large photograph of Congressman Wilson and Cub Scout Michael Day Wahl.
Folder 3: Administrative: Portraits -- procedure for ordering, no dateAdd to your cart.
2 copies of "REPRINTS OF BOB WILSON PERSONAL PORTRAITS" ORDER FORM.
Folder 4: Administrative: Postage, 1962-1965Add to your cart.
A collection of Postage Order completed forms,  letters, memos & Stamp Allowance items.
Folder 5: Administrative: Press Releases, 1959-1963Add to your cart.
Variety of topics such veterans, politics, San Diego affairs, listing of news outlets, etc.
Folder 6: Administrative: Publications, 1959-1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & references to Lawyer's Weekly Report, National Reference Library Speaker's Guide, Edison Foundation, & others.
Folder 7: Administrative: District Questionaire, 1955-1956Add to your cart.
3 letters, 1 completed Wilson questionaire & 1 copy of "Washington News" completed survey questionaire from Congressman Edgar W. Heistand (CA, 51st. Dist.)
Folder 8: Administrative: District Questionaire, 1955-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, questionaires related to Wilson's district that cover a variety of issues pertinent to San Diego & the U.S.
Folder 9: Administrative: Questionaire, 1959-1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of questionaires from various  Congressional districts, information cards, letters and other items of political interest.
Folder 10: Administrative: Questionaire, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of questionaire results and corresp. related to poltical events.
Folder 11: Administrative: Questionaire, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of corresp. dealing with a number of political issues & questionaire results. International crises emphasized.
Folder 12: Administrative: Questionaire, 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & other communiques, with samples of questionaires from several groups in the U.S. with emphasis on political issues.
Folder 13: Administration: Questionaire, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection containing brouchers from Congressman Pat Martin (CA, 38th Dist.), several questionaires related to Congressman Lionel Van Deerlin & letters pertaining to Congressman Wilson.
Folder 14: Administration: Questionaire, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
1 questionaire to Wilson from Investors League, Inc., 1 questionaire from Wilson & 1 from Congressman Caig Hosmer & 1 letter to Wilson from the Univ. of Utah.
Folder 15: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams & memos related to such topics as "Both Sides of the Aisle," KFSD-TV, KFMB-TV, other stations & 1 copy of page 1 of BUYER HERALD, Vol. 1, No. 3, May 7, 1953.
Folder 16: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams and other items related to topics and questions for Congressman Wilson & others to respond to on TV & Radio.
Folder 17: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, office notes, telegrams, etc. related to local San Diego issues, national politics and other topics. Several "Ask Your Congressman" communiques.
Folder 18: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1961-1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memos, etc. related to local San Diego topics, politics, questionaires and an 11 page copy of Wilson's interview with Kathy Barber for "Youth Wants to Know."
Folder 19: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memos, etc. related to media coverage of local and national issues. More "Ask Your Congressman" responses & other media methods.
Folder 20: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memos, etc. regarding "Ask Your Congressman," lots of sample questions, local issues noted and much political commentary too.
Folder 21: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
Corresp. on local stations & issues, contacts with KOGO, invoices related to House Recording Studios & other items.
Folder 22: Administrative: Radio & TV, 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, promotional materials & other items. Topics include local politics, KOGO station, "Ask Your Congressman" interviews & related media techniques.
Folder 23: Administrative: Referrals, 1957, 1960-1963Add to your cart.

Primarily corresp. regarding issues such as

congressional district overlap with James B. Utt, employment transfers, veterans issues, constituent problems, & other concerns.

Box 4: Administration Files, 1953-1965Add to your cart.
Administration referrals, administration San Diego office; Supplies equipment and service, speech file, telephone, telegraph cable accounting department stationary account, administration whip notes.
Folder 1: Administration: ReferralsAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Administration: Referrals, 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Administration: San Diego Office, 1960Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Administration: San Diego Office, 1961Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Administration: San Diego Office, 1965Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Administration: San Diego Office, 1962Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Administration: San Diego OfficeAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Administration: San Diego OfficeAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Administration: San Diego OfficeAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Administration: Telephone, Telegraph, and Cable AccountAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Administration: Supplies, Equipment, Service, 1965Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Administration: Supplies, Equipment, Service, 1957-1962Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Administration: Stationary Account, 1962Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Administration: Speech File, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Administration: Speech File, 1958Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Administration: Speech File, 1961Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Administration: Speech File, 1962Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Administration: Speech File, 1963Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Administration: Speech File, 1963Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Administration: Stationary Account, 1965Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Administration: Whip notices, 1962Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Administration: Whip Notices, 1961Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Administration: Whip NoticesAdd to your cart.
Folder 24: Administration: Whip Notices, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
Folder 25: Administration: Whip Notice, 1954Add to your cart.
Box 5: Agriculture Files, 1953-1965Add to your cart.
Agriculture & Appointment Files, 1955-65; Appointments- Arend's Trip, Brooking's Institute, California Republican Delegation, Chowder and Marching
Folder 1: Agriculture, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, notices from official agencies related to such topics as: food production, national and world markets, constituent interests and other items.
Folder 2: Agriculture, 1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters & other items on such topics as: Current legislation on potato industry, "History and Purposes of Plant Patent Act," "A Statement to Members of Congress from Walter C. Nelson, President of the Mortgage Bankers Assn., compliants from local constituents, "Opinion Re Legality of Regulations Promulgated By the Secretary of Labor Under the Wagner-Peyeser Act. & other items.
Folder 3: Agriculture, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
Letters, memos, telegrams, govt. papers re/ poultry stabilization, Miller Bill (H.R. 8483), Steel Strike, grain storage, concerns about insecticides.
Folder 4: Agriculture, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
Corresp., booklets, articles, from constituents, Dept. of Agriculture, Chamber of Commerce, etc. on topics such as "Wilderness Bill," copy of S. 174, San Diego County 1960 statistical report, & CA Farm Bureau information.
Folder 5: Agriculture, 1961Add to your cart.
Extensive collection of letters, telegrams, memos, govt. papers & other items on such topics as: constituent concerns about food safety, grain merchandising, dairy industry, meat products, price regulation, labor relations & Japanese Supplementary Worker agreement, tax policies, etc.
Folder 6: Agriculture, 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memos, position papers, etc. from various sources: constituents, Dept. of Agriculture, Comptroller General of the United States, Health, Education & Welfare, CA Creamery Operators Assn., Packers & Stockyards, National Lumber Manufactures Assn., re/ Wilderness concepts, & other topics.
Folder 7: Agriculture, 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams, & other printed material on such topics as: medical issues, constituent concerns, politics, farm workers, & labor issues, CA farms, etc.
Folder 8: Agriculture, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of materials from the U.S. Dept. Labor, Law of Offices of Lindley, Scales & Patton and the San Diego County Farmers, Inc. re/ litigation on alleged violations of Articles 4, 10, & 19 of the Standard Work Contract
Folder 9: Agriculture, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, telegrams & other communications from the Library of Congress, constituents, Congress, various food producers, Farmers Union, etc. on topics such as sale of wheat to Russia, cotton, meat production, bees & special use permit in national forests, farm workers from Mexico, "National Defense Aspects of Agriculture," "Rural Areas Development" (Family Farm Subcommittee).
Folder 10: Agriculture, 1964Add to your cart.
Letters, memos, newsletters, telegrams & other items from constituents, Forest Service, Dept. of Agriculture, Agriculture Council of CA., Farm Bureau Federation, Congressional Record, Canners League of CA. (tariff on tomatoes) & other canned fruits and vegetables statistical data.
Folder 11: Agriculture, 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams, news clippings, & other items from the Federal Register, Foremost Dairies, Inc., "Annual Report for 1964," constituents, Farm Bureau, Dept. of Agriculture and others. Topics include labor and bracero program, tax subsidy, grading systems for meat, dairy & poultry, FDA Memo for Consumers re/ fruit juices, etc., Western Pine Beetle, Laguna Mts., & Republican Task Force on Agriculture.
Folder 12: Appointments, 1955-1958 & 1962Add to your cart.
Letters, memos, & telegrams from constituents, various members of Congress, insurance companies, food companies, public relation firms, news papers, law firms, businesses, labor organizations, etc. Topics include: Prayer Breakfast, trips to Washington & assistance from Congressman Wilson, politics, personal relations,  & other issues.
Folder 13: Appointments, 1963, Jan.-August.Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams, news clippings and other material from constituents, military officials, Congressional members, business interests, other political organizations, city governments, etc. Topics include invitations to events, requests for assistance in visiting Washington, "Round Table Conference on Congress," "National Committee For A Sane Nuclear Policy," 11th Annual Republican Women's Conference & other items.
Folder 14: Appointments, 1963, May-AugustAdd to your cart.
Primarily letters & a few telegrams. Most are invitations to events requesting Wilson's attendance, but also some are letters requesting assistance in visiting the Capitol. Topics include: S.D. Attorneys "Mutual Report Conference" at Town & Country Hotel with list of those participating, Boys' Clubs of San Diego request for Wilson to attend a meeting, labor conferences, Western Growers Assn., F.B.I. investigation request by Wilson, requests from Order of Ahepa, Imperial Beach Chamber of Commerce & many more.
Folder 15: Appointments, 1963, March-AugustAdd to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams and other communications from various San Diego officials and groups, constituents & national organizations. Topics include: Invitations to Wilson to give talks, attend conferences, luncheons, meetings, recreational, veteran and military events & more.
Folder 16: Appointments - Philadelphia, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters regarding the May 1963 "25th Annual Conference American Association of Industrial Editors" (AAIE) that Bob Wilson attended.
Folder 17: Appointments, 1963, Sept.-Dec.Add to your cart.
A large collection of corresp. from political groups, businesses, colleges, labor groups, etc. Topics include invitations to recognition dinners, meetings, conferences, alumni banquets, university functions, Mother Goose Parade in El Cajon, North Island Assn., defense industry, John J. Montgomery Project, health organizations, and other topics.
Folder 18: Appointments, 1964, Jan.-May.Add to your cart.
Primarily letters, memorandums, memos, office notes, telegrams & a special collection of papers from the American Consulate General, San Ysidro, CA (John F. Killea). Items include invitations to attend "Fat Cats" dinner, Republican Women's Conference, political planning to defeat Democrats, Gridiron activities, meet with various business interests, & the "Agenda for Visit to Consulate General, Tijuana." There are two separate "The American Consul" papers, Tabs A - H, (2/26/64) & Packets I - IV (3/12, 64) from John F. Killea.
Folder 19: Appointments: Arends Trip, 1963, Nov.Add to your cart.
Only one copy of Congressman Wilson's letter (11/7/63) to the Honorable Leslie C. Arenda re/ a trip Wilson helped plan for three other congressmen to visit Ryan Aeronautics & General Dynamics/Astronautics in San Diego.
Folder 20: Appointments - Brooking's Institute, 1959-1965Add to your cart.
A collection of about 15 items, including letters, news releases, a copy of "Brookings Publications (Fall 1958), an article by William O. Baker (Bell Telephone Labs) on "Material Research (5/25/60), list of Round Table Conference on Developments in Science & copy of "Oceans and Atmosphere" speech by George S. Benton (1/26/63).
Folder 21: Appointments: Ca. Rep. Delegation, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
A dozen notices of "Meeting of the California Delegation." from Jan. '57 to Feb. '58.
Folder 22: Appointments: Chowder & Marching Club, 1959-1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of materials related to this organization starting with Wilson's being "accepted into the mysteries of membership" of this group in 1959. Includes memorandum, invitations, letters, Directories, Final Draft of "The Chowder and Marching Club 1949-1965, Origins," & other items.
Box 6: Appointment Files, 1953-1965Add to your cart.
Constituents visits, 1953-65; school children 1962-1965; Various miscellaneous--Jim Copley Breakfast, Disneyland, Halleck's visit, and Harvard Young Republicans
Folder 1: Appointments, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters and telegrams from business interests, constituents, school districts & others with requests, thanks, invites and other topics.
Folder 2: Constituents Visits, 1959Add to your cart.
A fairly large collection of letters, telegrams & memos from constituents, military officials, business interests, & public figures regarding several topics including requests, thanks, political issues, economic conditions, White House visits, etc.
Folder 3: Constituents Visits, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
Large collection of letters, telegrams & memos from constituents, Wilson's replies, business interests, churches, school districts and others regarding a variety of topics including political affairs.
Folder 4: Constituents Visits, 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams & memos from constituents, business interests, military figures, politicians & others. Topics include: Plans for visiting Washington, thanks for help of Wilson's staff, requests for Wilson's assistance in appointments with various groups, White House tours, etc.
Folder 5: Constituents Visits, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos & telegrams from a number of different people including business, education, military, public relation firms & others. Topics include politics, history, special interests, human relations, requests for assistance from Wilson, education, White House, etc.
Folder 6: Constituents Visits, 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memos & notes from religious organizations, political figures, constituents, 4-H Club & business interests regarding various requests, thanks for visits to Washington, & other topics.
Folder 7: Constituents Visits, 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams & memos related to political affairs, visits to The Capitol, requests to Wilson for assistance, thanks for his and his staffs' assistance, etc.
Folder 8: Constituents Visits, Jan.-July 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams, news clippings from a variety of persons, organizations & others. Topics include thanks for assistance on visits to Washington, White House tours, current legislation, military parades, & religious interests.
Folder 9: Constituents Visits, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memos, lists of Youth Group Hostelers & two large b&w photographs of Youth Hostelers visiting with Congressman Wilson. Items include a site visitation list and names of the Coast to Coast Trippers from San Diego (Summer 1963), tours in Washington, Girl Scout interests & other topics.
Folder 10: Constituents Visits, Jan.-July 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams & memos from various constituents, organizations, business interests, teachers and others. Topics include requests for sites to visit in Washington, agencies to see, usual White Tours, appointments to military academy & thank you letters for the assistance provided by Wilson & his staff.
Folder 11: Constituents Visits, May-Dec. 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams & a few news clippings. Items include many letters about family visits to Washington & Wilson's assistance, political corresp., educational institutional visits, usual White House tour, F.B.I. HQ., etc.
Folder 12: Constituents Visits, Jan.- June 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos & telegrams from constituents, & others. Items include usual requests for assistance in vacation trip to Washington to see White House, F.B.I. & Dept. of Engraving & requests for special needs in politics, economic interests, etc.
Folder 13: Constituents Visits, May-July 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos & telegrams from constituents and others regarding trips to Washington and sites and agencies to visit. Also request for Wilson to furnish flag for Gillispie Cottage in La Jolla & letters of friendship and personal relations.
Folder 14: Constituents Visits, Aug.-Dec. 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, telegrams and 1 large b&w photograph of Wilson & with 2 unidentified constituents. Usual requests for assistance in visiting various sites, agencies and other locations in the Capitol. Also personal communiques on various subjects including politics, military, etc.
Folder 15: Constituents Visits, School Children, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos, office notes, telegrams & news clippings about touring teenagers, other students, adults, & interested parties. Includes corresp. & list of "South Bay Washington Tour" & "Itinerary" -- 77 students and 11 adults were on the tour & covered on film. 1 large b&w photograph of tour group.
Folder 16: Constituents Visits, School Children, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos, telegrams and a list of tour participants. Includes copies of Wilson's letters to the 75 "junior constituents" visiting Washington that summer from the Grossmont High School District. The visit was organized by Capitol Caravans of Chula Vista.
Folder 17: Constituents Visits, School Children, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of Bob Wilson's "Welcome to Washington!" cards listing participant,  date, vacation or tour & comments. Many are dated 1962. Also several letters and memos related to various trips to the Capitol and listing Capitol Caravan tour of students to Washington in June 1964 & chaperons.
Folder 18: Constituents Visits, School Children, 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos & telegrams related to visits to Washington by groups of school children, either as arranged by Caravan Tours or with parents on vacation.
Folder 19: Appointments: Jim Copley Breakfast, 10 October 1963Add to your cart.
5 large b&w photographs of participants, letters from those attending, Wilson's replies, listing of those present for the breakfast including Congressman Donald Rumsfeld.
Folder 20: Appointments: Corn Soup, July-Sept. 1963Add to your cart.
Only one memorandum and four letters in this folder. Bob Wilson was the featured speaker at the Franklin County Republican Corn Soup Rally held in Chambersburg, PA. on Sept. 7th.
Folder 21: Appointments: Disneyland, 1963Add to your cart.
Only two letters in this folder. One from E.S. Adams, Jr. (General Agent, Stoney Adams Agency) & W.E. Worthing (Los Angeles) thanking Wilson for his "fine talk" at the Western General Agents' Meeting at Disneyland.
Folder 22: Appointments: District, 1957Add to your cart.
A few letters and 1 telegram primarily in appreciation of Wilson's assistance in various matters & ceremonies.
Folder 23: Appointments: Halleck's Visit, Oct.-Dec. 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters and office memos regarding the visit of Congressman Charlie Halleck to San Diego on Nov. 16-18, 1963.
Folder 24: Appointments: Harvard Young Reps., Feb.-Ap. 1962Add to your cart.
Five letters and one copy of the "Newsletter of the Harvard Young Republican Club. On March 12, Wilson was scheduled to speak at the Student Union.
Folder 25: Appointments: City Tavern Dinner, Feb.-Ap. 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection letters indicating a dinner party the Wilson's held at the City Tavern on April 6 in Washington.
Folder 26: Appointments: Columbus, Ohio, July-Nov. 1963Add to your cart.
8 letters & 1 memorandum regarding Wilson's speech before the The Ohio Federation of Republican Women's Organization, Inc. on Oct. 11th.
Box 7: Appointment Invitations, 1953-1959Add to your cart.
Parties; engagements
Folder 1: Appointments: Invitations - Part I, 1953Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters and telegrams inviting newly elected Congressman Wilson to conventions, annual meetings, etc. from such groups as VFW, American Legion, Calif. Real Estate Assn., National Federation of Federal Employees, The Ninety-Nines, I.A.M., Sunkist Growers, K.F.M.B., San Diego Junior Chamber of Commerce, National Coal Assn., and many others. Also includes letters from Dept. of the Army relative to NIKE program.
Folder 2: Appointments: Invitations - Part II, 1953Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, some telegrams and memos regarding invitations to Congressman Wilson to attend meetings, conventions and other events. Examples are: San Diego Race Relations Society, Calif. Retailers Assn., V.F.W., Dept. of the Army, Calif. Medical Assn., San Diego Building Contractors Assn., Joint Committee on Atomic Energy (tests in Nevada), Calif. Federation of Republican Women's Clubs, D.A.V., San Diego City Schools, Associated Students of San Diego State College, Lockheed Aircraft Corp. and many others.
Folder 3: Appointments: Invitations, Dec. 1953 & 1954Add to your cart.
Only four letters in this folder. Two from Wilson and 2 from constituents. Topics: Mother Goose Parade Assn. & Retired Officer's Club.
Folder 4: Appointments: Invitations, 1955Add to your cart.
Only 10 letters in this folder. Items include "List of people with whom you have had lunch," appreciation letter from San Diego Building Contractors Assn., invitations from San Diego Lodge No. 168, B.P.O. Elks, and Beall's "Bayside," Annapolis,  Md.
Folder 5: Appointments: Invitations Part I, Jan.-May 1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, telegrams and other messages from various organizations and groups regarding meetings, conventions, special events, etc. Examples are: General Federation of Women's Clubs, V.F.W., N.R.A., San Diego Grocers Assn., The Capitol Hill Club, National Steel & Shipbuilding Corp. (launch of tuna clipper), Military Order of the World Wars, Kiwanis International, American Legion, 7th International UAW Education Conference, San Diego World Affairs Council, Itinerary for USS Forrestal Cruise, Dept. of the Air Force "Aerial Firepower Demonstration & many more.
Folder 6: Appointments: Invitations - Part I, Jan.-May 1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, etc. from various organizations, groups, etc. relating to invitations to events, conventions, meetings and other activities. Examples are: American Legion, Boy' Club of San Diego, Young Republican National Federation, B'Nai B'rith, National Citizens for Eisenhower, Commissioning of the USS Canberra, Santa Fe RR "Hi-Level El Capitan" trip, San Diego Junior Chamber of Commerce, Reserve Officers Assn. of the U.S., Chula Vista High School annual football banquet & others.
Folder 7: Appointments: Invitations, June-Dec. 1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, etc. related to luncheons, meetings, conventions and other activities from constituents and many others. Examples are: State Dept., V.F.W., The Two-Time Veterans Assn., Highway Ninety-Four Club, San Diego Kiwanis Club, Calavo Growers of California, D.A.V., Commander Amphibious Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, HQ, Fort MacArthur, San Pedro, San Diego Business & Professional Women's Club, 5th Infantry Division & Fort Ord, South Bay Highway Assn., 38th Annual Meeting of the American Ordinance Assn. and many others.
Folder 8: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-May 1957Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, notices, memos, etc. from constituents, organizations, government officials & others. Requests and replies include, San Diego Chapter of American Institute of Architects, Republican Associates, Community Welfare Council of San Diego, San Diego Committee For National Engineers Week, Air Force Assn., California Credit Union League, National Agricultural Limestone Institute, Calif. State Assn. of Letter Carriers, American Friends Service Committee, Calif. Real Estate Assn., Y.M.C.A., Hungarian Patriots Escape "International Crossroads Sunday Morning Breakfast," and many others.
Folder 9: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-Oct. 1957Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, etc. from a variety of persons and organizations. Examples are: Southern Calif. Tool & Die Associates, Ryan Aeronautical Company, Dept. of the Navy, Republican National Committee, San Diego Building Contractors Assn., Dept. of the Army, Bd. of Commissioners-Herbert Hoover High School, This Week in Washington with Clinton Davidson, 20-30 Club Convention in San Diego, The San Diego Union, Charles K. Fletcher, West Coast Shipbuilders and many more.
Folder 10: Appointments and Invitations, Feb.-Nov. 1957Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, etc. from constituents, organizations, corporations and many other sources. Most relate to conferences, meetings, luncheons, conventions, demonstrations, etc. Examples are: Pacific Coast Dental Conference, Los Angeles County Bd. of Supervisors, Kiwanis Club of San Diego, San Diego Yacht Club, Republican Central Committee of San Diego County, Calif. Trailer Park Assn., Ariz. & Calif. Citrus Growers, Officers Christian Union, AAUW-La Mesa Branch, Burgener-Travares- ribbon cutting ceremony to entrance to "East Clairemont," and many others.
Folder 11: Appointments -- Invitations, Jan.-April 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memor-andums & notices from constituents, corporations, committees, govt. agencies and others. Examples are: Sigma Delta Chi Breakfast, The Cooperative League of the USA, National Assn. of State Aviation Officials, Savings & Loans News (photos), Republican Central Committee of San Diego County, USO, Coronado Rotary Club, Young Republicans of San Diego County, California State Society-Salute to Knowland Dinner, National Fisheries Institute, Egg Industry Promotion Committee, San Diego County Dental Society, and many more.
Folder 12: Appointments - Invitations, Mar.-May  1958Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums & other items from constituents and interested persons on several topics such as special delegations to Washington, vacation trips, dinners, speakers, military events, etc.
Folder 13: Appointments - Invitations, May-Aug. 1958Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, postal cards, memorandums, etc. from constituents and others requesting visits to the Capitol and also  requesting Congressman Wilson as a speaker. Examples are: Loyal Order of Moose, Junior Chamber of Commerce, State of California, 24th Annual Fiesta Parade, Western Airlines, The Ninety-Nines, Secretary of the Navy and many more.
Folder 14: Appointments - Invitations, Aug.-Dec. 1958Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, cards, etc, from a variety of persons and groups requesting Wilson's presence at ship launching, as a speaker, to attend special meetings, etc. Examples are: U.S.  Navy ship launchings, San Diego Zoo, National Presbyterian Church (Washington, D.C.), Insurance Agents of San Diego, Dept. of the Air Force, Retired Officers Assn., Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon & others.
Folder 15: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-Mar. 1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, cards, brochures & pamphlets primarily requesting Wilson's presence at a variety of functions: Examples of requests are: American Legion, Highway Ninety-Four Club, V.F.W., Chamber of Commerce, National Assn. of Social Workers, Science Clubs of America & others.
Folder 16: Appointments and Invitations, Ap.-June 1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, cards, notifications & other items. Most relate to requests for Congressman Wilson's presence at meetings, events, etc. & as a speaker. Examples are: Stag Buffet at "Becker watering place," Annual Luncheon For the Benefit of Jewish Refugees, High Hatters of San Diego, D.A.V., Army Aviation Assn., Calif. Republican Delegation, Calif. Army National Guard (Camp Elliott), Goodwill Industries, Assn. of the United States Army, North Island Assn. & others.
Folder 17: Appointments and Invitations, June-Oct, 1959Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters requesting Congressman Wilson's presence as speaker and or attendance at a variety of functions. Examples of requests are: 40th Birthday celebration of the Overhaul & Repair Department, North Island Naval Air Station, Valley Forge Memorial Chapel, Marine Corps Reserve Officers Assn., American Field Service, The San Diego Mortgage Bankers Assn., Los Angeles County Republican Assembly, The American Legion & many others.
Folder 18: Appointments and Invitations, Sept.-Dec. 1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, some cards & one folder from a local business. Most cover requests for Wilson's presence at various functions and his replies. Examples are: University Heating & Air Conditioning, Indiana Republican State Central Committee, Canners League of California, Western States Shipbuilding Conference, San Diego City Schools, attendance at San Diego State College Homecoming game, San Diego Teachers Assn., El Cajon Boulevard Civic Assn. & others.
Box 8: Appointments and Invitations, 1959-1963Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Appointments and Invitations, Mar.-Ap. 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, & cards that request Congressman Wilson's presence at various functions & indicate his response. Examples are: 40th Q&R NAS Birthday Celebration, Board of Realtors meeting, San Diego County Federation of Republican Women's Clubs, CA Div. of Highways District XI (101 to freeway status), AMVETS National Award, CA Water Commission, County of San Diego Palomar Airport Dedication & others.
Folder 2: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-Feb. 1960Add to your cart.
Primarily letters and cards requesting Congressman Wilson's attendance at various functions, sometimes as speaker. His responses are also in this folder. Examples are: Order of Ahepa (S.D. chapter), CA Assn. of Letter Carriers, American Legion (CA Dept. HQ.), Convair Astronautics, State Building and Construction Trades Council (CA), National Federation of Post Office Clerks, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, V.F.W., "Dinner with Ike," CA Real Estate Assn. & others.
Folder 3: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-Ap. 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letter, telegrams, cards, programs, brochures, pamphlets and other items. The majority indicate requests to Wilson and also contain his responses. Examples are: Master Mechanics & Foremen Assn.'s 44th Annual Convention in Washington, Citizens' Committee for the Coronado Fourth of July Celebration, National Conference on International Economic and Social Development, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, American Shore and Beach Assn.,  Republican National Committee & others.
Folder 4: Appointments and Invitations, May-Aug. 1960Add to your cart.
A large folder containing correspondence from constituents and various organizations. Examples are: Don Diego's Old School Slate (5th  Annual Trek To Serra Cross, San Bernardino County Fair, San Diego Building Contractors Association, Change of Command Ceremony (NTC), CA Federation of Women's Clubs, V.F.W., Associated Student Body of Grossmont Union High School, San Junior Chamber of Commerce and many more.
Folder 5: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-Mar. 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, cards, telegrams, news clippings from a variety of persons and organizations and letters of reply from Congressman Wilson. Examples are: Young Republicans of California, U.S. Savings & Loan League, Air Force Assn., The American Legion, V.F.W., launch of Polaris Submarine San Houston, S.D. Grocers Assn., Quivira Basin Enterprises, Inc., A.F.L./C.I.O., N.B.C., South Bay Business and Professional Women's Club (Imperial Beach) & others.
Folder 6: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-May 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, cards, telegrams, brochures & other items from a variety of organizations, constituents and others. Wilson's replies included in this folder. Examples are: Fleet Reserve Assn., Life Magazine's 25th Anniversary, Wildlife Management Institute, Question 7 motion picture, U.S. Naval Reserve (BuShips Co. 11-16), Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Edgemoor Geriatric Hospital, AMVETS, S.D. Chamber of Commerce, KFMB-TV & many others.
Folder 7: Appointments and Invitations, June-Sept. 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, cards, telegrams and other items, including Wilson's replies. Examples are: Junior Chamber of Commerce, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Navy League of the United States, Air Force Assn., San Diego Convention & Tourist Bureau, Casa De Oro Chamber of Commerce, CA Governor's Office, launching of the S.S. "Philippine Bear," Philadelphia Naval Shipyard christening of the U.S.S. OKINAWA, 30th annual meeting of the National Reclamation Assn., Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense, American G.I. Forum of the U.S. (Dept. of CA) & copy of its constitution, Employees Assn. (U.S. Naval Repair Facility), Commissioning of the Fleet Computer Programming Center (Point Loma) & other items.
Folder 8: Appointments and Invitations, June-Dec. 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, cards, news clippings and other items (includes Wilson's replies) from organizations, constituents and others. Examples are: Hiller Aircraft & Ryan Corporations (VTOL Transport Competition), 8th Annual Mother Goose Ball, League of Women's Voters, Public Utilities Commission (State of Calif.), HQ. 1st. Strategic Aerospace Div. (SAC), District XI-CA Div. of Highways - Oceanside to Orange County line freeway, West View School (Imperial Beach), San Diego Chamber Commerce, Soroptimist Club of San Diego, Knights of Columbus & others.
Folder 9: Appointments and Invitations, July-Dec. 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, cards, telegrams & other items, including Wilson's replies. Examples are: 24th Annual Toyland Parade, Charles Cordell for El Cajon Kiwanis Club, Sunnyside Study Group, San Diego County Epilepsy Society, State of CA San Diego Bay Treatment Center opening, Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks, Friends Committee on Legislation-"Indians Right to Decide" Conference, Insurance Agents Assn. of San Diego, National Assn. of Social Workers, !st Annual Convention of the Marshals' Assn. of California, Bonanza Air Lines "all jet-powered . . . airline service,"American Vocational Assn., NAACP, Newport News Shipbuilding Co. christening of the Aircraft Carrier ENTERPRISE, official opening of University City, 25th Anniversary Spring Valley Chamber of Commerce Parade,  Miniature Ceremonial Tea Dedication (Balboa Park),
Folder 10: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-Feb. 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of announcements, letters, note cards, telegrams & other items including Congressman Wilson's replies. Examples are: Invitation to the Eleventh Annual State of the Union and Silver Quill Award Dinner, B'Nai B'rith, League of Republican Women of the District of Columbia Lincoln Day Observance, Young Republican Club of the District of Columbia, Miles Laboratories, Inc., AFL-CIO "Get-Together Dinner," 20th Anniversary of the Civil Air Patrol, General Dynamics Electric Boat Corp.'s commissioning of the USS THOMAS A. EDISON (SSBN 610), President Malcolm Love-San Diego State College dedication of Engineering Bldg., National Assn. for Mental Health, USO "Salute" dance - Lafayette Square, The American Legion breakfast, VFW breakfast, San Diego Grocers Assn., PG&E banquet, 5th Annual Young Republican National Leadership Training School, Reserve Officers Assn. of the United States, San Diego Realty Bd., Goodwill Industries of S.D. County and others.
Folder 11: Appointments and Invitations, Jan.-Ap. 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, note cards, telegrams, news clippings and other items including Wilson's replies. Examples are: KSLA-TV (Channel 12), 46th Annual National Convention of the Master Mechanics and Foremen Assn. (U.S. Naval Shore Establishments), Star-Kist Foods, Inc., Central Republican Women of San Diego, San Diego Rose Society, Dept. of the Air Force weapons demon-stration at Eglin AFB, Immigration and Naturalization Service (Southwest Region) event, Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, American Helicopter Society 18th Annual Forum, NAM reception for members of Congress, Calif. State Society congressional dinner, Wine Institute dinner, League of Women Voters, Armed Forces Day - Potomac River Naval Command, Dept. of State - AID breakfast, Hoover Senior High School nominating convention, Calif. Bankers Assn., National Editorial Assn. Govt. Relations Workshops & others.
Box 9: Appointments, 1963-1965Add to your cart.
Invitations; Appointments for visitors; Oberlin College appointments; Republican rallies and Jackson Day dinner
Folder 1: Appointments and Invitations, Dec. 1963 - Ap. 1964Add to your cart.
A very large collection of letters, telegrams, notes, & other items. Examples are: Precinct N.W. 3, Washington, D.C. material, American Trucking Assn. informal party, University of Santa Clara Young Republican request Wilson as speaker, American Legion Annual Washington Conference banquet, Young Republican Leadership Training School, details on CA Div. of Highways proposed freeway project between I-8 and Mission Gorge Rd., Commander U.S. Training Center Recruit Brigade Review-Preble Field, Bank of America host's a luncheon for Wilson, CA Council for the Social Studies annual conference on the topic " The Political Arena: Problems of Interpretation," General Dynamics Corp. Annual Armed Forces Day Dinner, Orange County Republican Central Committee Meeting in Newport Beach, Annual American Legion dinner, San Diego Committee on Employment of the Handicapped Luncheon, International Buoy Technology Symposium & information, 16th Annual Order of Ahepa banquet, San Diego Health Assn. Ground Breaking Ceremony for a 160-bed La Mesa Hospital and Clinic, North Island Assn. annual banquet, USO National Council annual meeting , Herbert Hoover Senior High School eleventh annual Nominating convention, Imperial Beach Sun 'Sea Parade & many other invitations.
Folder 2: Appointments and Invitations, Jan-Ap. 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, & other items.    Examples are: extensive material related to Chula Vista High School Fifth Annual Nominating  Convention, annual banquet of the Master Mechanics & Foreman Assn., CA State Society Dinner, Seven Seas Sixteenth Anniversary Ball, Naval Supply Center Assn. luncheon, Mt. Miguel High School  nominating convention, American Legion dinner honoring Congress and many other invitations from various organizations.
Folder 3: Lincoln Day Dinner, Feb. 8, 1962Add to your cart.
Two letters, one invitation card & one dinner placement notation for "Hon. Robert Wilson."
Folder 4: Appointments - Ed Link Luncheon, Jan. 8, 1963Add to your cart.
Guest List for the luncheon, copies of letters sent by Congressman Wilson & Mr. Link's thank you response. Mr. Link and his boat, the Sea Diver, worked with the Navy on underwater techniques and equipment.
Folder 5: Appointments Los Angeles, Mar.-Aug. 1963Add to your cart.
All items in this folder pertain to the Advertising Association of the West and its 60th Anniversary Convention in Los Angeles, June 23-27, including a 6-page copy of the "Remarks of Rep. Bob Wilson Chairman of the Republican Congressional Committee."
Folder 6: Appointments and Invitations, Ap. - June 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, telegrams & other items. Examples are: Commissioning of the USS CHICAGO at the at the San Francisco Naval Shipyard, The American GI Forum Annual Coronation Ball (El Cortez Hotel), Sears, Roebuck and Co. brunch and fashion show to honor the wives of golfers playing in the 64th U.S. Open Tournament, dedication of John F.Kennedy playground by Attorney General Robert Kennedy, Conference of California Historical Societies, National Assn. of Government Inspectors banquet, Tribal Councils' Chairman Max Mazzetti requests Wilson to support EOA S2642, Salvation Army  dinner, Republican National Committee meeting, Federal Professional Assn. urges support for H.R. 11049, Gillespie Field Administration Building and Runway Dedication, "Religious Heritage of America" Congressional Breakfast in the New Senate Office Building, Naval Electronics Laboratory's OMEGA Navigation Systems Exhibit in the Pentagon, 12th Annual Eastern San Diego County Fair at Gillespie Field, Boys' Club of America annual convention in Washington, D.C., "Memo to EMG from LWL" re/ politics, etc., Dept. of the Air Force re/ visit to Academy & reference to Operation DESERT STRIKE in Nevada, copy of "Public Affairs Newsletter" of the Illinois State Medical Society and many other items in this folder.
Folder 7: Appointments and Invitations, June - Aug. 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, invitational brochures, telegrams and cards. Examples are: Western Growers Assn, 30th Annual Meeting in Oct., San Diego Museum of Man celebration of Mexican exhibit & references to H.R. 9587 - National Arts and Cultural Development Act, Dept. of the Air Force's "Indian River III" exercise, Ninth Symposium on Ballistic Missile and Space Technology at the San Diego Naval Training Center, Air Force Assn.'s 18th Annual convention, 60th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Assn., ref. to the Spring Valley American Heritage Parade, Annual Meeting of the San Diego Convention & Tourist Bureau, Official closing of Camp Matthews (MCRD), Old Grand-Dad Club, National Security Industrial Assn. Oceanography Task Team Meeting, commissioning of the USS SYLVANIA at the U.S. Naval Base Los Angeles, Long Beach, Republican State Convention (Dallas, Texas) and other items.
Folder 8: Appointments and Invitations, Sept.-Dec. 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, invitational cards, telegrams and other items: Examples are: Ford Motor Co. reception, USMC Reserve Officers Assn. dinner and parade, change of command ceremony U.S. Navy Submarine Force, Atlantic  Fleet, inauguration of SDSC School of Social Work, Wright Brothers Junior-Senior High School Day luncheon, S.D.  Crosstown Optimist Club NEWS, Women's National Republican Campaign Committee lunch with Wilson as key speaker, Dept. of the Army "Exercise AIR ASSAULT II," Todd Shipyards' launching & christening of the FOX (DLG-33), "Candidates Meeting" Oct. 13, 1964 - S.D. Convention Hall, Republican State Central Committee of CA meeting, American Medical Political Action Annual Awards Dinner in Miami Beach, San Diego's 28th Annual Toyland Parade & brochure & Veterans of the O.S.S. awards dinner.
Folder 9: Appointments and Invitations, Dec. 1964 - Feb. 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of note cards, letters, memos,  telegrams and other items. Examples are: receptions, dinners, luncheons, ship launchings & commissioning,    conferences, government sponsored events from Capitol Hill Club, CA Bankers Assn., Bell Aerosystems Co., Douglas Aircraft Co. "roll out of DC-9," CA State Library, City of San Diego, National Broadcasting Co., Chula Vista Chamber of Commerce, USS AUSTIN, Sea Pines Plantation, National Religious Broadcasters, VFW, League of Republican Women of D.C., USMC's 20th anniversary of the landing on Iwo Jima, "Operation Must" sponsored by the Surgeon General of the Dept. of the Army, American Legion, American Library Assn. & AFL-CIO 4th Annual "Get-Together Dinner."
Folder 10: Appointments and Invitations, Feb. - Ap. 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of note cards, letters, telegrams, memorandums & other items. Examples are: conferences, dinners, receptions, parades, conventions, ship launchings and commissionings from VFW, Capitol Hill Club, Time-Life Broadcast, CA Bankers Assn., AmVets, YMCA International Crossroads, National Security Industrial Assn., International Aerospace Hall of Fame, AZ Republican State Committee, National Lumber Manuf. Assn. Boeing Co., San Diego Downtown Assn. Armed Forces 1st annual parade & lots more.
Folder 11: Appointments and Invitations, Ap. - June 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of note cards, telegrams, letters, memos & other items indicating luncheons, dinners, receptions, meetings, conventions, conferences, ship launchings, change of command ceremonies & special events. Examples are: San Diego Hospital Assn., National Lumber Manuf. Assn., RNC & Young Republican National Federation, Newport News Ship Building Co.'s Polaris Submarine-GEORGE C. MARSHALL, Reserve Officers Assn., NAM, Sears, Roebuck & Co. "Congressional Family Day," Ocean Beach Little League event sponsored by Republican  Women, Los Angeles, Dept. of Water & Power, RNC & others.
Folder 12: Appointments and Invitations, June - Sept. 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, note cards, telegrams, memorandums, brochures & other items featuring dinners, luncheons, receptions, conventions, meetings, pageants & other events from a variety of groups, persons and organizations. Examples are: USMC  "City in Motion" platoon, Amateur Athletic Union of the United States, National Federation of the Blind, 83rd Club, Republican Finance Committee of Montgomery County, Dept. of the Navy & USS FORRESTAL, San Diego Historical Society, City of San Diego & dedication of FAA control tower at Montgomery Field, County of San Diego & Lake Jennings Park Rd., San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Western Growers Assn. & Assembly of Captive European Nations.
Folder 13: Appointments - Jones (Fletcher), June 1965Add to your cart.
A small number of letters from Congressmen Wilson, Minshall, Ford, Smith & Laird re/ "an informal luncheon with Fletcher Jones, young president of Communications Systems" to held on July 14.
Folder 14: Appointments and Invitations, Aug.- Oct. 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, note cards, telegrams. memos & other items regarding banquets, luncheons, receptions, meetings, conventions & other events from a variety of sources. Examples are: Sony Corp. of America, Copley Newspapers, Chula Vista Jaycees' Constitution Day, San Diego County Federation of Republican Women's Clubs, CA Bankers Assn., Young Republicans of CA, Cabrillo Festival Committee, Dedication of research vessel ELLEN B. SCRIPPS, "private discussion of California politics . . . Ron Reagan" & CA State Republican Convention, CA State Society, Associated Students of SDSC annual homecoming and parade, San Francisco Bay Naval Shipyard launching of the MARIANO G. VALLEJO (SSBN 658), National Press Club, CBS News, FBI National Academy Graduation Exercises & Navy League of the United States.
Folder 15: Appointments and Invitations, Sept.-Dec. 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of note cards, letters, telegrams, memorandums & other items related  to meetings, luncheons, banquets, meetings, conventions & other activities & as issued by various groups, persons and organizations. Examples are: San Diego State College Homecoming Committee, California Assembly "salute to Senator George Murphy," Christmas & New Year's at "The Breakers" in Palm Beach, San Diego Chargers  at Balboa Stadium meet Buffalo Bills, Republican Western Conference in Albuquerque, Ground Breaking Ceremony for the San Diego multi-purpose sports stadium, San Francisco Bay Naval Shipyard commissioning of the USS KAMEHAMEHA (SSBN 642), Cohu Electronics, Inc., San Diego's 5th Annual Toyland Parade, U.S. Naval Air Station North Island & Military Order of the World Wars.
Folder 16: Appointments and Invitations - Ship Launching, Nov.-Dec. 1959Add to your cart.
One letter from constituent Fred Wessock & Wilson reply re/ photo from MARITIME REPORTER at NASSCO.
Folder 17: Appointments and Invitations, 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of news releases, memorandums, letters, copies of legislation, bulletins & news clippings. Examples are: Congressman Wilson's TV news on "Big Ship Contract to San Diego" & other topics, items on "Ask Your Congressman," details on educational TV series -"FROM CAPITOL HILL . . . .," list of Wilson's speaking engagements for November, copy of "SECNAV INSTRUCTION 1050.2," two Oct. letters re/ "relative to certain actions taken by members of" USMC at Camp Pendleton, letter welcoming Wilson to the Navy League of the United States, several copies of the American Legion's NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE BULLETIN, notice of members of California Republican Delegation meeting, 9 page copy of statement by Executive Director of Airport Operators Council re/ S. 3380, a Bill to Create an independent Federal Aviation Agency" & related information such as a copy of the "CONFERENCE REPORT" (#2556) on FAA Act of 1958, & a copy of HR REPORT #1849 "AMENDMENT TO THE ATOMIC ENERGY ACT OF 1954."
Folder 18: Appointments - Jackson County United Republican Rally, Feb.-Mar. 1960Add to your cart.
Seven letters & 1 copy of Wilson's speech at the Jackson County United Republican Rally in Kansas City, Missouri on Feb. 29, 1960 entitled "There Is No Missile Cap . . ."
Folder 19: Appointments and Invitations-Maricopa County, Jan. & Mar. 1960Add to your cart.
3 letters re/ Wilson's invitation from the Maricopa County Young Republican League to speak during the Lincoln Day "season" on "The Republican Challenge of the 60s."
Folder 20: Appointments and Invitations - Oberlin College, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, biographical items, brochures, news clippings & speeches related to "Oberlin College 1964 Republican Mock Convention," May 1964. Copy of Congressman Wilson speech on May 2nd included.
Folder 21: Appointments - Robert Jackson Dinner, 1964Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from Congressman Wilson & some replies regarding invitations to honor "one of San Diego's leading industrialists and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson at the the City Tavern," in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 20th.  Mr. Jackson was the president of Ryan Aeronautical Company.
Box 10: Appointments, 1959-1965Add to your cart.

San Diego Office 1959, 1961-1963, 1965;

Marine Breakfast 1959, 1961;

SOS Club 1960, 1962, 1963-1965;

Speeches 1959-1965; Visitors; Federation of Women; Morton Thurston Dinner; Republican Women; Mendal Rivers Day

Folder 1: Appointments: San Diego Office, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams & memos related to Congressman Wilson's visits to San Diego and various constituents, organizations and businesses wanting to meet with him.
Folder 2: Appointments: San Diego Office, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from constituents, organizations & businesses desiring to meet with Congressman Wilson when he is in San Diego.
Folder 3: Appointments: San Diego Office, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, news article, brochures & other items related to constituents, organizations & businesses desiring to meet with Congressman Wilson when he visits San Diego.
Folder 4: Appointments: San Diego Office, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & memorandums related to Wilson's visits to San Diego and those who desired to meet with him on a variety of subjects and concerns.
Folder 5: Appointments: San Diego Office, Feb. 1964 & 1965Add to your cart.
One "Memorandum to the Boss" & 7 letters related to those who wished to meet with the Congressman when he visited San Diego.
Folder 6: Appointments: Marine Breakfast, 1953-1959Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, notes, memos, 1 news clipping and a copy of "Articles of Organization - Congressional Marines - 1953." Most of the corresp. covers items connected to the Congressional Marines Breakfast.
Folder 7: Appointments: Marine Breakfast, 1961Add to your cart.
Only five letters from Congressman Wilson & one letter in reply from Lt. General J. C. Munn, USMC re/ the Congressional Marine Breakfast for 7 June 1961.
Folder 8: Appointments: SOS, 1959-1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notices, memos, membership list and other items connected to this club and its agendas. It was "dedicated to Good Government and Good Fellowship."
Folder 9: Appointments: SOS, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, notices, "Chiefs of Mission" list & other items related to the SOS club & its agenda.
Folder 10: Appointments: SOS, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, memorandums, memos, membership lists & other items connected to the SOS Club and its various agendas, which included political activism for conservatives.
Folder 11: Appointments: SOS, 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of memos, memoradums, letters and other items related to the SOS Club, their meetings, agendas and speakers.
Folder 12: Appointments: Speech Material, 1958 & 1960Add to your cart.
A small collection which includes a 10 page copy of "Study Paper for Task Force on National Strategy and Strength - Key Factors in Future Military Planning" by Adm. Arthur W. Radford, Radio-TV Script for "Where Your Dollars Goes," & "Production and Employment Statistics for Selected Manufacturing Industries, 1958" (Library of Congress)
Folder 13: Appointments: Speeches, 1953-1957Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams & notes related to Bob Wilson's various speeches to a variety of associations, groups, etc. Examples are: Building Contractors Assn., Women's Architectural League of San Diego, Southwestern Republican Women's Club, Kiwanis Club & San Diego League of Women Voters.
Folder 14: Appointments, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of corresp. from constituents,  organizations, committees & Wilson's replies on a variety of topics. Examples are: League of Women Voters' luncheon, Oak Park PTA request Wilson as speaker, Midway Adult High School thank Wilson for his visit, Christian Business Men's Committe banquet, La Jolla Rotary Club, 17th Annual Institute on World Affairs - Dept of Political Science - SDSC, Wilson meets Young Republicans at SDSC, San Diego High-Hatters luncheon with Wilson as the key speaker, Public Relations Society of America, Inc.'s guest speaker & membership list,
Folder 15: Appointments - Speeches, 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of corresp. from constituents, organizations, committees, business interests & Wilson's replies. Examples are: Presidents' Council of Women's Service Clubs, Alpha Gamma Delta International Reunion, General Practioners Award Luncheon in Coronado & the topic of health care, a speech to the Industrial Estimating Society of San Diego, San Diego Chapter of the Retired Officers Assn. & Resolution against "surrender of control of the CANAL ZONE," Military Order of the World Wars requests Wilson as speaker & WEMA thank Wilson for his speech.
Folder 16: Appointments - Speeches, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, notes, telegrams, government documents, telegrams and other items. Examples are: copy of H.R. Report No. 445 - "School Assistance Act of 1961," Chula Vista Junior High School thank Wilson for his "inspiring talk," Boulder County Republican Central Committee Lincoln Day, Pacific Telephone & Telegraph meeting & Wilson's topic of "The Art of Communications," County of San Diego Dept. of Education booklet - " Career Conferences Unlimited," draft of Brookings Speech "Working With Legislatures?" Crawford High School "thank you" to Wilson for his talk to students, Imperial Beach News & long letter on border affairs, graduation speaker at Calexico High School, Montgomery County Republican Neighbor-To-Neighbor Campaign, Convair & Nassco Management Club joint meeting with Wilson, CA Federation of Republican Women luncheon, "Alert" organization lobbying, Mission Bay High School thanks Wilson for his "well received" talk, information on H.R. 4970 - federal aid to education - from the Committee on Education and Labor, photo of Congressman Wilson addressing Robert Bacon's World Affairs & American Government Class - Clairmont High School & related information.
Folder 17: Appointments - Speeches, 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of corresp. from constituents, business interests, organizations, committees and others. Examples are; American Medical Political Action Committee thanks Wilson for a "wonderful talk," "Small Business Management Seminar" at Grossmont College, Mountain Iron & Supply Company YPO Conference & Wilson presence, 1 page photocopy of AIR FORCE TIMES "The Military Space Program," SDSC Institute on World Affairs & the theme of "Survival," several invites from Young Republican Clubs, information from HUMAN EVENTS newsletter & theme of "What You Can Do To Help Conservatives Win In 1962."
Folder 18: Appointments - Speeches, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of corresp. from constituents, business interests, organizations, committees and others. Examples are: 22nd Annual Convention for the CA Apartment Owners Assn. & the National Apartment Owners of Assn. & Congressman Bob Wilson as dinner speaker, Republican Associates of Los Angeles County tour Washington, thank you to Wilson from the La Mesa Republican Women's Club "speaking to our group," a critique of Wilson's "Blast at the Kennedy Administration"  from the Arkansas State Welfare Committee,  a letter from Attorney Paul Manhart, news clipping & praises from Republican supporters, speech to Women's Committee Series of the American Institute of Banking, County Federation of Republican Women's Clubs luncheon, a copy of an "Address By Robert L. Garner" (Sept. 21, 1961, Vienna, Austria, San Diego Employers Assn. NEWSLETTER featuring Speaker Bob Wilson, electioneering information for Ethan H. Campbell for Congress & other campaigns, "Speech Kit Supplement No. 4 - Feb. 23, 1963 - "Free Enterprise" & "Women In Politics."
Folder 19: Appointments - Speeches, 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, notes, telegrams, news clippings & other items. Examples are:  copies of "Speech of Representative Bob Wilson - Lincoln's Birthday 1964" & speech to  Virginia Republicans (n.d.), Second Annual 76th Assembly District precinct get-together, speeches to Stanford University Young Republicans & to San Jose State College Young Republican Club, Chamber of Commerce Election Issues Conference, The Yale Political Union & Wilson as a speaker, Republican Party of Texas, University of Utah annual program - "Challenge" with Wilson as a key speaker, 1 copy of TRUE FRONTIER (Trojan Young Republican, Vol. I, No. 1), thank you letter from Helix High School Associated Student Body for Wilson's speech to the 13th Annual Nominating Convention.
Folder 20: Appointments: Speech, Advertising Federation of America, Feb. 9, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of speech material, office notes, letters, telegrams, news clippings, memos, a copy of "Advertising Age" (Vol. 30, No. 7 - Feb. 16, 1959 & the 3 page (legal size) copy of Congressman Wilson's speech.
Folder 21: Appointments: Speech, American Association of Advertising Agencies., April 25, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of photo/postal cards featuring The Greenbier,  White Sulpher Springs, W.VA., an information brochure for The Greenbier & letters, telegrams & news clippings. Wilson's themes were concerned with protecting out-door advertising from government regulation.
Folder 22: Appointments: Speech, Advertising Federation of America, June 8, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & news clippings featuring the meeting's theme of "Madison and Main" with a list of questions for Wilson's consideration in framing his address.
Folder 23: Appointments: Speech, World Affairs Institute, 23 August 1959Add to your cart.
One copy, with notes and underlines, of Congressman Wilson's speech, "Do the Russians Get the Message," to the World Affairs Institute held at San Diego Stage College on August 28, 1959, one photocopy of "Every American Has a Part In Telling Freedom's Story," S.D. Tribune (9-9-59) & Wilson's letter of appreciation to Tribune editor Gene Williams.
Folder 24: Appointments: Speech, L.A. Advertising Club., 8 Sept. 1959Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams & a news clipping featuring "Creeping Federal Control Called Adman's Nightmare" (n.s., n.d.). Wilson was described as "the only advertising man in Congress."
Folder 25: Appointments: Speech, Eastern Washington College., 29 October, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, office notes, memos and other planning items. The theme of this forum was "civil liberties and their conflict with national security."
Folder 26: Appointments: Speech, San Francisco Ad Club, 4 Nov. 1959Add to your cart.
A small number of letters thanking Wilson for his speech on the "crusade to awaken advertising men the dangers of federal legislation.
Folder 27: Appointments: Speech: Charlotte Adv. Club, 18 Feb. 1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams, memos and a copy of an introductory address by the Charlotte Advertising Club regarding the "national crisis advertising faces."
Folder 28: Appointments: Speech, Western States Advertising Agencies Assoc., 22 Ap. 1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & copies of Wilson's speech on the theme of "Advertising is facing the fight of its life against encroaching legislation and bureaucratic rulings."
Folder 29: Appointments: Speech, Am. Assoc. of Ad. Agencies, 11 Feb 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams, notes and other items with details on Boulder, Colorado & the theme in Wilson's speech of "U.S. May Try Ad Tax."
Folder 30: Appointments: Speech, Eugene, Ore., 20 March 1961Add to your cart.
Six letters and a copy of "The Brookings Institution Conference Program on Public Affairs Conference for Executives of Employment Security Agencies." Wilson's topic was "Working with Legislatures."
Folder 31: Appointments: Speech, Pittsburg, Pa., 24 March 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, telegrams, a copy of Wilson's speech and other items. Wilson planned to address the Annual Meeting of the AAAA Pittsburg Council on the topic of "Advertising's New Frontier in Washington," but was detained in the Capitol by "vital minimum wage legislation."
Folder 32: Appointments: Speeches, Orange County Ad. Club, 7 Dec. 1961Add to your cart.
Six letters: 4 from Paul J. Mitchell Advertising Agency & 2 replies for Congressman Wilson regarding planning for the subject of government and advertising.
Folder 33: Appointments: Speeches, Young Republicans Leadership Training, 1 Feb. 1962Add to your cart.
Five letters & one "Flash!" notice concerning the 5th Annual Young Republican National Leadership Trainning School & plans to have Wilson give a keynote address.
Folder 34: Appointments: Speech, Advertising Federation of America, 7 Feb. 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams, notes, memos and other items regarding the Mid Winter Conference to be held in Washington, D.C. with questions posed to Wilson as a main speaker to inject some controversy in to the panel discussion.
Folder 35: Appointments: Speech, Chicago Mutual Ad. Agency Network., 9 Feb. 1962Add to your cart.
12 letters covering information, planning & thanking Wilson for his speech to the network on the topic of plans to control advertising.
Folder 36: Appointments: Speech, San Diego, March 2 & 3, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection containing letters, memos and other items from the Republican Central Committee of San Diego County, Congressman Wilson, copies of the "Republican Rapier" & agendas for "The First Biennial Candidates Campaign Clinic.
Folder 37: Appointments: Speech, Ad. Women, New York, 23 May 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, news items, notes, & copies of Wilson's draft planning for his critical speech on government regulation and especially a critique of economist John Kenneth Galbraith & the Kennedy Administration.
Folder 38: Appointments: Speech, Ohio Valley Assn., July.-Oct. 1962Add to your cart.
6 letters, 2 from Bob Wilson and 4 from those inviting Wilson to speak to the Ohio Valley Assn. of International Relations Clubs at Findley, Ohio College on Oct. 12, 1962.
Folder 39: Appointments: Speech to Naval Reserve Assn., August 1962Add to your cart.
1 Memo to Cathy from Marge and 1 letter from Wilson to Rear Adm. A. W. McKechnie regarding a speech to be given to the Naval Reserve Assn. in San Diego in October.
Folder 40: Appointments: Speech before San Diego Ad and Sales Club, Aug. 1962-Jan. 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams & notes regarding the invitation to Wilson to address the Ad and Sales Club. Wilson was unable to meet with them as planned.
Folder 41: Appointments: Visitors, appointments made for, 1959 & 1960Add to your cart.
A small number of letters, telegrams and memos regarding constituents wishing to meet with Washington officials including, the President.
Folder 42: Appointments: Wisc. Fed. of Rep. Women, May 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams and a copy of a "Courtesy Resolution" indicating Wilson's "presence and talk at the Wisconsin Republican Federation Convention."
Folder 43: Appointments: Metropolitan Club Dinner, Jan. 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of corresp. regarding an "informal stage cocktail party and dinner" to be held on Thursday, January 24 at the Metropolitan Club in Washington, D.C. for political fund raising purposes.
Folder 44: Appointments: Morton Thurston Dinner, Sept.-Oct. 1964Add to your cart.
Two letters from Congressman Wilson and one from Richard G. Carpen, Jr. (Copley Newspapers) and a small packet containing 7 b&w. photographs of Wilson and others aboard a sail boat off Point Loma & Coronado.
Folder 45: Appointments: Thurston Morton Visit to San DiegoAdd to your cart.
One memorandum & five letters regarding Senator Morton's visit, expenses and Wilson's participation in this visit as organized by the Republican Associates of San Diego County. Ref. in memorandum of FAA and Congressman Van Deerlin.
Folder 46: Appointments: Republican Congressional Comm., April to June 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, telegrams and other items regarding the National Committee's meeting in Seattle, WA during the World's Fair.
Folder 47: Appointments: Republican Women, Nov. 1964-April 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, notes, resolutions and other items regarding political strategy, meetings and other agendas for the Republican Party.
Folder 48: Appointments: Mendel Rivers Day in San Diego, Aug. 1963-April 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters regarding the visit of Congressman Mendel Rivers to San Diego, his planned itinerary and his pleasure with the staged events. The Navy League designated September 27 as Mendel Rivers' Day.
Folder 49: Appointments: Reception for Milton Shed, Mission Bay Research Foundation, Oct.-Nov. 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, most are from Congressman Wilson, regarding an informal reception honoring Mr. Shed, President of the Mission Bay Research Foundation on November 4th in Washington D.C.
Box 11: Appropriations; Associations, 1959-1965; 1953-1965Add to your cart.

Appropriations: Files relating to government and military construction expenditures, bills and federal planning.

Associations: On organized groups such as the American Association of University Women, Americans for Constitutional Action, American Legion, Boys Club, Boy Scouts of America, Council on Foreign Relations, Daughters of the American Revolution, Fleet Reserve, etc.

Folder 1: Appropriations, Jan.-Aug. 1953Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, a telegram and a postal card which address expenditure issues for such groups as CA National Guard, National Parks Bill & the Air Force Budget. Additional corresp. concerns information on Captain Robert F. Rife's qualification to be appointed to the Federal Maritime Board.
Folder 2: Appropriations Federal, 1957-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of government notices, letters, telegrams, a news clipping & memos regarding such issues as: Army Civil Works Program, an Appropriation Bill for the Dept. of Labor and HEW, President Eisenhower's veto of the reduced Public Works Appropriations Bill, DOD & Wilson's commentaries.
Folder 3: Appropriations, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news clipping, copies of House of Representatives REPORTS, a listing of "New Construction" for military needs, Air Force Procurement & other items including political issues with the Kennedy Administration.
Folder 4: Appropriations, Aug. 8, 1964Add to your cart.
One news clipping entitled, "Millions Voted For S.D. Bases," Evening Tribune.
Folder 5: Appropriations, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & telegrams from various businesses, other groups and Wilson's responses. Examples are: Consumer Credit Counselors of San Diego, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, National Steel and Shipbuilding Co., Senator Thomas Kuchel & Ramona Speedway, Inc.
Folder 6: Appropriations Federal, 1960-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of government materials, letters, notes, news clippings, telegrams and other items related to: news releases, military construction projects, DOD communiques to Speaker of the House, "Government Service Benefit Plan" booklet, civil projects, etc.
Folder 7: Appropriations Federal, 1963Add to your cart.

A collection of a few letters & notes but primarily publications as follows: DOD "News Release . . . Authorization Sought From

Congress For Military Construction Projects" (53 pages), "Public Works Appropriation Bill, 1964 (Committee Print-66 pages), "Reprogramming Action In FY 1963 . . . Missile Procurement, Air Force,"  Bd. of Commissioners, Redwood City, "Request for the Appropriation of $660,000 in Federal Funds for the Improvement of Redwood City, California" (includes text, drawings, photos,  letters) & a copy of "Summary of Action

By House Committee On Armed Services Military Construction Authorization Fiscal Year 1964" with attached note summarizing San Diego projects in the Military Const. Bill.

Folder 8: Appropriations Military Construction, 1960Add to your cart.
One copy of "Public Law 85-685 . . . August 20, 1958 An Act To authorize certain construction at military . . . . 72 Stat. 636," 8 copies of Senate & House of Representatives REPORTS for the 86th Congress, 2nd Sess. for military and civil works appropriations, 1 copy of H.R. 12231 . . . An Act Making appropriations for military construction . . . for the fiscal year ending with June 30, 1961," 1 page itemization of Military Construction FY 1961 for San Diego area & 2 news clipping from the S.D. Union (June 9 & 10, 1960).
Folder 9: Appropriations Military Construction, 1965Add to your cart.
1 Memo for the Boss From Ed Gillenwaters (Oct. 12, 1965) & attached Memorandum for Members of the Armed Services Committee from Chairman, L. Mendel Rivers on DOD information (4 pp.), 2 copies of "Public Law 89-188 89th Congress, H.R. 10775 September 16, 1965 79 STAT. 793," 1 NEWS RELEASE from the Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense and attached print out of "Summary of the Construction Authority . . . Fiscal Year 1966 Military Construction Authorization Bill (20 pp.) & 1 copy of Sec. Robert S. McNamara to the Honorable John W. McCormict (Feb. 9, 1965) with attached print out of "A Bill To authorize certain construction at military installations, and for other purposes" (61 pp.).
Folder 10: Associations - American Assn. of Univ. Women, 1955-1957Add to your cart.
1 letter (Nov. 30, 1956) from Mrs. R.D. Horwitiz (San Diego Branch of AAUW), Wilson reply (Jan. 14, 1957) & attached copy "AAUW National Legislative Program, 1955-57 (1 page).
Folder 11: Associations - American Enterprise Institute, Jan. 31, 1964Add to your cart.
Only one letter from William J. Baroody (President, Am. Enterprise Institute) to Congressman Wilson re/ legislative analysis tax bill, etc.
Folder 12: Associations - American Federation of Govt. Emp., 1956-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters newsletters, resolutions and other notices primarily focusing on this organzation's local San Diego Chapter lobbying Congressman Wilson. See for example their Resolution, May 25, 1963, opposing HJR-23, The Liberty Amendment, attempting to abolish the graduated income tax.
Folder 13: Associations - Americans for Constitutional Action, 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, postal cards, notes, news releases & other items. Examples are: "Congressional Record - DIGEST AND TALLY OF ROLL CALL in the 87th Congress" (Vol. 1, No. 1) & a copy of THE ABBREVIATED ACA-INDEX" (1961, 44 pp.). In 1961, Congressman Wilson received a score of 83% from this politically conservative assn.
Folder 14: Associations - American Legion, 1963Add to your cart.
5 letters and copies of H.R. & S. bills for the 88th Congress, 1st. Session. For example,  H.R. 1890 is a bill to establish a Youth Conservation Corps & H.R. 2492 is a bill "to provide a further period for presuming service connection in the case of war veterans suffering from chronic functional psychosis. . . ."
Folder 15: Associations - American Legion, 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes and other items. Examples are: 1 page from the AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE "PRO & CON" feature the PRO position from Congressman Wilson on the topic  of "Should the United States take direct unilateral action," information on the Legion's legislative liaison committee & an 8 page political essay on comparative ideology by veteran Sixto E. Bernardo (Post 5, Manila, Philippines)
Folder 16: Associations - American Legion, 1955 & 1958Add to your cart.
Letters from constituent Jerry Ramsey (Chula Vista), Adjutants Richard P. Hicks & WK Barker (Chula Vista Post 434), Wilson's replies & his 1959 American Legion membership card.
Folder 17: Associations American Legion, 1960Add to your cart.
Letters from CA & Washington, D.C. HQ, Wilson's reply, copies of 3 Resolutions adopted in June 1960, a copy of "The American Legion Fact Sheet on Reopening Veterans' Insurance & copies of No. 3, 5, 9 & 10 of the "National Legislative Bulletin."
Folder 18: Associations American Legion, 1964Add to your cart.
1 letter 2/12/64 from Roscoe T. Morse (Office of the National Committeman) & Wilson's reply (3/9/64) re/ a listing of legislative bills that the Legion supported.
Folder 19: Associations Boy Scouts of America, 1960Add to your cart.
1 letter (January) from Robert E. McLaughlin (Chairman, Operation V.I.P.), office note and draft copy of Wilson letter re/ 50th Anniversary ceremony with Cub Scout Barry Barchard (Springfield, VA) presenting a BSA emblem to Congressman Wilson and Wilson presenting Barry with a model of the Convair F-106A interceptor.
Folder 20: Associations ACA, 1963Add to your cart.
3 letters (Feb., May & June) from Americans for Constitutional Action, Wilson's replies & 2 issues (Mar. & April, 1963) of "Congressional Record - Digest and Tally of Roll Call Votes" compiled by ACA.
Folder 21: Associations ACA, 1964Add to your cart.
1 letter from ACA Executive Director Charles A. McManus, Wilson's reply, 1 ACA News Release, & 1 copy ACA's "Congressional Record . . . ." Wilson received a 88% rating for his 1963 voting record.
Folder 22: Associations ACA, 1965Add to your cart.
Letters from ACA Chairman Ben Moreell, Director Charles A. McManus, replies from Edgar M. Gillenwaters & Congressman Wilson & 1 copy of ACA's Feb. 1965 issue of  "Congressional Record. . . ."
Folder 23: Associations Federal Fund for the Republic, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, news clippings, notes & other items regarding conservative political fears of the activities associated with Fund for the Republic including IRS oversight and other investigate measures.
Folder 24: Associations 83d Congressional Club, 1953Add to your cart.
A few copies of Minutes of Meetings & Notices of Dinner Meetings for this club & a copy of "Bylaws of 83rd Club."
Folder 25: Associations - Disabled Offcers Assn., 1957Add to your cart.
A small number of letters including Wilson's replies, DSA legislative reports, meetings & pp 7 & 8 from the California Real Estate Magazine (Mar. 1957).
Folder 26: Associations - D.A.R., April 22, 1959Add to your cart.
Only one copy of a letter from Congressman Wilson to Mrs. Donald Spicer (Washington, D.C.) re/ Voice of America & rejection by State Dept. of the sponsorship of a program entitled "Dollars for Dulles."
Folder 27: Associations - Council on Foreign Relations, 1959-1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters and notes from various Republican conservative constituents with fears about CRE . Included in this folder are "Annual Report of the Council of Foreign Relations," a reprint from "Harper's" Magazine of Joseph Kraft, "School For Statesmen (July 1958) & a 61 page copy of a compendium of essays and letters entitled "The Secret Government of the United States The Ultimate Revelation, It must be faced -----." Appended to this last document is a note from Admin. Asst. Leon Parma, "Dear Boss: You may be interested in the enclosure from HUAC on Council on Foreign Relations.
Folder 28: Associations - Council on Foreign Relations, Jan. 4, 1962Add to your cart.
1 letter from George R. Klenck (Ontario, CA) to Wilson criticizing the Council.
Folder 29: Associations - Committee on the Monroe Doctrine, 1962Add to your cart.
1 letter and 3 telegrams & attached copy of a news bulletin to the media from this committee rejecting any "No-Invasion Assurances to Cuba." This committee was formed in late Oct 62 to oppose Kennedy's negotiations with Khrushchev on the Cuban situation.
Folder 30: Associations - Committee of One Million, 1960Add to your cart.
1 letter (June 13, 1960) from the Committee's Secretary, Marvin Liebman, attached copy of "Suggested Plank Proposed . . . (Against the Admission of Communist China to the United Nations)" with list of Congressional Endorsers, news release for media indicating "258 members of Congress urge bipartisan anti-Red China Stand" & article by John Chamberlain, "L.B.J. : Least Popular with USSR," NATIONAL REVIEW (July 2, 1960).
Folder 31: Associations - Committee for Conservative Congress, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A small number of letters from Arthur H. Motley (Chairman of the Committee) & Congressman Wilson and a Final Report regarding this organization's political intent.
Folder 32: Association Camp Fire Girls, Jan.-Feb. 1960Add to your cart.
Two letters from Mrs. James V. Madaffer (Ex. Dir., San Diego County Council of Camp Fire Girls, Wilson's replies & listing of "Significant date in Council History" re/ topic of "the need for a totem pole for the Camp Fire Girls celebration next year."
Folder 33: Association Capitol Hill Club, 1964Add to your cart.
1 letter from James C. Auchincloss (Chairman), "Notice of Annual Meeting" (4/24/64), "Changes In By Laws," & a "The Capitol Hill Club of Washington D.C. 1964" booklet.
Folder 34: Associations Christian Crusade, Nov. 1961Add to your cart.
1 letter from Billy James Hargis ("The International Ministry") to Congressman Wilson & a copy of "The Weekly Crusade" (Vol. 2, No. 2, Nov. 10, 1961) featuring "Symptoms of Planned Destruction" & "Foreign Intelligence Digest" by retired Major General C.A. Willoughby on a "Cautious Mobilization of the U.S. Army."
Folder 35: Associations Boy's Clubs, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, fold out maps of Linda Vista & other items related to the history of the Boy's Club of San Diego, its success in obtaining land in the Linda Vista Housing area, Wilson's participation & other items.
Folder 36: Associations Boy's Clubs, 1957-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, minutes of meetings, annual reports, Wilson's 1958 Honorary Membership Card & other items.
Folder 37: Association Boy's Club, 1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams, reports & other items primarily focusing on the dedication of the Clairemont Boy's Club.
Folder 38: Association Boy's Club, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, reports & 1 news clipping re/ the Boy's Club of San Diego, financial details, retirement of Ex. Dir. Chet Van Dusen. Wilson was a member of the Board of Directors.
Folder 39: Associations Boy's Club, Dec. 1961Add to your cart.
1 letter from "Chuck" Lawley to Bd. of Trustees & "a copy of of the minutes of the Executive Committee meeting of December 11."
Folder 40: Associations Fleet Reserve, 1957-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, telegrams, a reprint from the 1957 edition of OUR NAVY featuring Commander Charles E. Loftgren, a copy of "South Bay Branch Sixty One Fleet Reserve Association , Chula Vista, Calif." (29, Jan. 1959) & 2 issues of NAVAL AFFAIRS (July & Dec. 1958). The cover of the July issue features a photo of Congressman Wilson with an assortment military members.
Folder 41: Associations Fleet Reserve, Sept. 1959Add to your cart.
A listing of members and addresses of South Bay Branch 61, Fleet Reserve Association, 1 Sept. 1959
Folder 42: Associations Fleet Reserve, 1962Add to your cart.
One 5 page letter (1 Mar. 1962) from Joseph Keehan (National President, Fleet Reserve Assn.) to the Sec. of Defense Robert McNamara & photocopy of John McAlpin (National Hospital Chairman), "What Do You Think, Shipmate?" with excerpts form the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD & APPENDIX.
Folder 43: Associations Fleet Reserve, 1961Add to your cart.
Six letters, 1 copy of Branch 139 Fleet Reserve Assn. "Resolution" (2 Mar. 1961) & copy of "Local News," THE SAN DIEGO UNION, Feb. 13, 1961, a-15 thru a-22. Photo of Wilson with Henry Dupree & Larry Mora on front page re/ "Outlook Seen Bleak For Aircraft Contracts."
Folder 44: Associations General, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, personal items, a listing of addresses of Service Clubs of San Diego City & County, a copy of "Exemption Application" for Vice President Robert C. Wilson for National Medical Photographic Foundation, Inc. (2/18/54) & other items. Examples of other groups or organizations are: Convair, United States Soldiers' Home, Kiwanis Club of San Diego, Goodwill Industries, DAV, L.A. Chamber of Commerce, Boy's Clubs of America & the Fleet Reserve Assn.
Folder 45: Associations: General, 1959Add to your cart.
A small number of letters & telegrams from organizations such as: National Postal Transport Assn., National Council Boy Scouts of America, Jaycees, personal letter to Bob from Mrs. Sheriden Hegland, National Safety Council, a copy of its "Report to the Nation" & the Reserve Officers Assn. Also on 1959 membership Directory for the American Society of Association Executives.
Folder 46: Associations: General, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, telegrams and other items including constituent corresp., photocopies of news clippings from THE EVENING STAR, THE WASHINGTON POST & the ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT, Devil Pups, Inc. Bulletins  & a Food Group Membership Directory. Lots of constituent corresp. focused on the controversy over the alleged Knights of Columbus oath and other topics.
Folder 47: Associations: General, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, notes, memos, rosters, news letters & other items on topics related to VFW, Young Americans for Freedom, American Legion, G.I. Bill, Two-Time Veterans Assn., Fine Arts Society of San Diego, Air Force Sergeants Assn., I.D.E.S. Council, Assn. of the U.S. Army, Jewish War Veterans, San Diego Chamber of Commerce Manufacturers Directory, & other organizations.
Folder 48: Associations: General, 1962Add to your cart.
A large collections of letters, memos, notes, newspaper excerpts, booklets, news letters and other items on topics related to: The Capitol Hill Club of Washington, D.C. "Year Books," San Diego Peace Action vigil, CA Elks Assn., North Island Assn., Inc., Chula Vista Rotary Club, Air Force Sergeants Assn., Emergency Committee for Chinese Refugees, Christian Crusade, Painting & Decorating Contractors Assn., Western Electronic Manufactures Assn., Women Strike for Peace, Catholic Freedom Foundation, American Jewish League Against Communism, Los Angeles Committee for Protection of Foreign Born 12th Annual Conference, The African League & other topics.
Folder 49: Associations: General, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, notes, memos, brochures, bulletins, Congressional Reports,  newspaper excerpts & other items on topics related to: Council on Foreign Relations Annual Report Year Ending June 30, 1962, The Investor's Union of America, National Federation of Independent Business, American Aviation Historical Society, CA Municipal Utilities Assn. Resolutions, National Jewish Hospital at Denver, National Assn. of Retail Grocers, Committee on Un-American Activities Hearing Publication booklet, Fleet Reserve Assn., Rivers and Harbors Congress Roster, News From Lions International "Notable Lions in Government,"Goodwill Industries, Group Research, Inc., The Propeller Club of the United States, The Navy League of the U.S.& other groups.
Folder 50: Associations: General, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, memos, newsletters & other items on topics of interest to the following groups and organizations: The American Jewish Press Club of California, The Fleet Reserve Assn., Amvets, Byelorussian-American Assn.'s "Resolution" (6th Convention), Military Order of the World Wars, American Federation of Government Employees, American Legion, Disabled Officers Assn., Reserve Officers Assn., Vol. X, No. 2, April 1964 of the San Diego Historical Society QUARTERLY, Boy Scouts of America, "Statement [15 pp.] of Douglas H. McGarrity . . . Disabled American Veterans" to the House of Representatives & San Diego Songwriters Assn.
Folder 51: Associations: General, 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, newsletters, booklets, brochures and other items on topics related to the following groups and organizations: Association of the United States Army, National Assn. of Retired Civil Employees, San Diego Council of the Navy League, National Guard Assn. of the U.S., "Annual Report Glen Abbey Memorial Assn." (18 pp.), 1 copy of THE LIBERTY BELL (Vol. III, No. 12, Dec. 1964), "Resolution" of The Military Order of the World Wars, Citizens Committee For Balanced Legislative Representation (challenges "one man one vote" Court decisions), CA Wildlife Federation, Capitol Hill Club, Pacific American Steamship Assn., Chula Vista Rotary Club, National Council of Jewish Women & brouchers, International Platform Assn., excerpt from the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD - APPENDIX (pp. A5386-87) Hon. Bob Wilson's Remarks re/ "Committee for an Effective and Durable Peace in Asia" & the Catholic Freedom Foundation.
Folder 52: Associations: Goodwill Industries, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, notes, a reprint of  Hon. John E. Fogarty, "A New Birth of Freedom," CONGRESSIONAL RECORD (Mar. 11, 1958) & a copy of 85th Congress, 2nd Sess. H.R. 10608, in the House of Representatives, Feb. 10, 1958" re/ "evaluation of rehabilitation potentials . . . to handicapped individuals."
Box 12: Associations, 1953-1964Add to your cart.

Associations: Goodwill, John Birch Society, Kiwanis, Rotary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Young Men's Christian Association, etc.

Atomic Energy; Aviation Files; Photo Scrapbook on  United States Naval Operation " Gas Exercise 5 April 1957", Naval Base, Key West, Florida;

A 1956 speech entitled "What is the True Condition of our Military Preparedness"

Folder 1: Associations: John Birch Society, 1962-65Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, postcards, reports & other items on this subject. Examples are a copy of "Information From the Files of the Committee on Un-American Activities, U. S. House of Representatives" -- "Subject - Harold C. Urey" (4/25/63, 15 pages); letters from CA Assemblyman Jack Schrade, Bob Wilson, constituents, Russel Bros. Stock Raising and Ranching, Drake Realty, Raymond S. Richmond, The John Birch Society, Ezra Taft Benson, 1 page of THE REPUBLICAN (12/1/65) & a copy of "The John Birch Society - History, Organization, Principles, and Activities," The Library of Congress Legislative Reference Service, 1965 (32 pages).
Folder 2: Goodwill and Human Events, 1960-62Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams, & memos  from Congressman Wilson, George Scott, P.J. Trevethan (V.P. Goodwill Industries), & Frank C. Hanighen (Editor & Publisher of  Human Events - The Washington Newsletter).
Folder 3: Associations: Kiwanis, 1959-61Add to your cart.
Three letters the Kiwanis Club of San Diego, Wilson's replies & a copy of CALI-NEV-HA, vol. XXVIII, No. 5, May, 1961.
Folder 4: Associations: Masons, 1960-61Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters from various San Diego constituents & others related to Masonic interests in how the Mussolini government had discriminated against Italian Masons and attempts in the U.S. to obtain restitution of properties seized. The key San Diegan leading this endeavor was Dr. Frank B. Gigliotti of Lemon Grove.
Folder 5: Associations: NAT. FED. of Federal Emp., 1959-1962Add to your cart.
Several letters and telegrams related to the biennial convention of this organization & lobbying to override a presidential veto that threatens funds for these employees. Also 1 copy of National Federation of Federal Employees Local #63, San Diego, Newsletter for June 1959.
Folder 6: Associations: National Assoc. for Full Employment, 1962Add to your cart.
One stapled packet containing letters frin Admin. Asst. Leon Parma, Roy A. Davidson (President, Nat. Assn. for Full Employment, San Diego) & news releases for Feb. 5, 1962 of this organization indicating how unemployment in the U.S. had increased from 1.2% in 1944 to 6.7% in 1961.
Folder 7: Associations: Nat. Assoc. of P.O., 1962Add to your cart.
One issue of San Diego POSTAL NEWS with an emphasis on telegrams, including Wilson's, in support of the Morrison Bill, H. R. 9531, which would provide pay increases for postal employees.
Folder 8: Associations: Nat. Rivers & Harbors, 1956, 1964 & 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of 7 stapled packets of letters and other items from William Webb (Ex. V.P. National Rivers & Harbors Congress), Wilson's replies and other items indicating membership, appointments & plans for their 52nd National Convention in Washington, D.C. in June, 1965.
Folder 9: Associations: Navy League, 1959Add to your cart.
Letters from Glenn C. Erickson (President. San Diego Council of the Navy League of the United States), E. Robert Anderson (Union-Trlbune Publishing Co.), Congressman Wilson's replies and a news clipping "San Diegan Gets Navy League Post," S.D. UNION (5-12-59).
Folder 10: Associations: Optimist Club, 1957Add to your cart.
1 letter from Leroy N. Jones (Boys' Work Director, Optimist International, Zone 4, District 14) & Congressman Wilson's reply regarding "Youth Appreciation Week" to offset the stereotype of "juvenile delinquent" to describe teenagers.
Folder 11: Associations: PAN AM League, 1957Add to your cart.
1 copy of 1 page letter from Congressman Wilson to Mrs. Albert Tramonti of San Diego re/ Wilson's acceptance to serve on the League's Advisory Board during the current fiscal year.
Folder 12: Associations: Peace Info. Center, 1949-1963Add to your cart.
A large file of information collected from various sources such as the House of Representatives Committee on Un-American Activities, the "Special Report - Seditious Activities Investigation Commission," State of Illinois, on the University of Chicago and Roosevelt College (1949), photocopies of news items and from other sources. The focus of this folder reflects the continuous fears among political conservatives as to "alleged" communist influence among prominent Americans.
Folder 13: Associations: Postal Employees, gen., 1959-1961Add to your cart.
Several letters from the National Federation of Post Office Clerks (Local 197), the National Transportation Assn. (8th Division), the National Postal Transport Assn. & replies from Congressman Wilson & his Admin. Asst. Leon Parma.
Folder 14: Associations: Propeller Club, 1958, 1959 & 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from members of the Propeller Club, Wilson's replies, a note from Marge & a copy of "Resolutions Adopted by the Thirty Second Annual Convention . . . and American Merchant Marine Conference, San Francisco, California October 15-17, 1958." Constituent interest in the organization and Wilson was awarded an honorary membership.
Folder 15: Associations: Proposed, i957Add to your cart.
1 letter from constituent Harry K. Kellett (VFW) & 3 letters from Congressman Wilson re/ project "40 Plus," efforts to increase unemployment for older citizens in San Diego.
Folder 16: Associations: Red Cross, Jan. - April 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, reports, telegrams, memos & other items regarding Wilson's help in obtaining San Diego as the site for the 1966 American National Red Cross Convention.
Folder 17: Associations: Retired Civil Employees, 1958-1960Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters & 1 copy of National Assn. of Retired Civil Employees, START PLANNING NOW! YOUR FUTURE WAITS, 4th Ed., 1960. Information on civil service, employees, etc. In 1958 there were 95,000 members of the Assn.
Folder 18: Associations: Retired Officers, 1959-1962Add to your cart.
Primarily corresp. related to the Retired Officers Assn., especially the San Diego Chapter & coverage of the equalization pay bill in Congress.
Folder 19: Associations: Rotary, Jan.-June 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from members of the Rotary Club of San Diego and Wilson's replies focusing on world affairs.
Folder 20: Associations: Senior Citizens, June 7, 1963Add to your cart.
1 letter to Wilson from Aime J. Forand (President, National Council of Senior Citizens, Inc., Washington, D.C.) requesting Senior Citizens Clubs from California meet with Wilson while they are in the Capitol.
Folder 21: Associations: Sons of the Amer. Rev., 1955-1956Add to your cart.
Only four letters in this folder. Two replies from Wilson to letters from Robert R. Buell (Wisconsin) & Capt. Arthur D. Rupple (Sec./Trea., San Diego Chapter of the California Society of the Sons of the American Revolution re/ Wilson's application for membership & query regarding Military Academy appointment.
Folder 22: Association: Trade, 1959Add to your cart.
1 copy of CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL DIRECTORY ASSOCIATIONS TRADE LISTINGS (Los Angeles Bd. of Suprevisors & Los Angeles County Chamber of Commerce).
Folder 23: Associations: Two Time Veterans, 1957-1959Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, newsletters & 1 associate member card for Bob Wilson, most pertain to the San Diego Club and Unit One.
Folder 24: Associations: VFW, 1962Add to your cart.
Copies of the Jan. to April 1962 VFW Legislative Newsletter, 1 letter from Robert E. Hansen (Commander-in-Chief, VFW), Wilson's reply and a copy of KEY GOALS for 1962.
Folder 25: Associations: Washington Round Table, Dec. 1962 - Feb. 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandums, notices of meetings and other items regarding guest speakers for the Washington Industrial Round Table, Wilson's participation on the Jan. 23 luncheon & membership lists.
Folder 26: Associations: World War I Vets, Jan. - Mar. 1964Add to your cart.
Two letters from Al. F. Jones (Legislative Officer, Dept. of California, Veterans of World War I of U.S.A,), 1 letter from Past Commander Dean V. Thompson (Boise, Idaho), 1 letter from Wilson & an invitation card to a Buffet-Cocktail Reception at the National Press Club (which Wilson was unable to attend). The members of this organization were very upset with the difficulty of getting HR 2332 out of committee and wanted Wilson to sign the petition which he apparently was delaying.
Folder 27: Associations: YMCA, 1957Add to your cart.
1 letter to Congressman Wilson from Bernard E. Empleton ( Dir. Physical Education, YMCA, Washington, D.C.) & attached "Requirements" & "Medical Examination" forms regarding a "skin and scuba diving course" Wilson was considering.
Folder 28: Associations: Young Americans for Freedom, Jan. - Mar. 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, news releases and a pamphlet from this organization.  Richard A. Viguerie was the Executive Secretary of YAF. The organization was demanding that the State Dept. stop blocking Katanga President Moise Tshombe's visit to the U.S. and Wilson praised YAF for "raising Republican stock on the college and university campuses of America."
Folder 29: Atomic Energy, 1955-1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, statements, memorandums, excerpts from the Congressional Record-House & Senate & copies of H.R. 8003 & S.2030 ("A BILL To provide for the establishment of a community at or near the Nevada Test Site"). Letters are from constituents, SDG&E, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Library of Congress and others.
Folder 30: Aviation, 1953-1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, reports, speeches, office notes, memorandums & newsletters. Examples are: "San Diego Committee for Celebration of 50th Anniversary of Powered Flight," First National Bank, Civil Aeronautics Administration, news clipping (1956) "C.A.A. Buys Radar For 23 U.S. Cities . . .Costing $9,000,000," Dept. of the Army, Dept. of the Air Force, Bonanza Airlines, Civil Air Patrol, script from KFMB "Speaking of San Diego" Dec. 10, 1953 re/ an annual air show in San Diego similar to that held at Miramar Naval Air Station, San Diego Junior Chamber of Commerce and many other groups and organizations.
Folder 31: Aviation, 1959-1960Add to your cart.

A collection of letters, memos, telegrams, news clippings & other items from constituents, Wilson's replies, Civil Aeronautics Board, Citizens Committee for Aviation Safety, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Lundy & Crawford Insurance, Federal Aviation Agency, Dept. of State & others. Topics include: location of S.D.'s main airport, application for helicopter service, air safety & reform of FAA, Loan Guaranty Act, a constituent's suggestion "to

prevent people carrying explosives aboard airplanes" & KLM requesting route to LAX.

Folder 32: Aviation, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, news clippings, brochures,  8x10 b&w photographs from Hughes Aircraft Co., FMC Corp. & Douglas Aircraft Co. featuring buildings & military hardware. Other topics in this folder include, air safety, Army Aviation Mobility, complaints from constituents & an article entitled "Jet Induced Lift Key to Economically Superior Short Haul Transports" by Wagner Aircraft Co.
Folder 33: Aviation, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, testimony before Senate and House committees, excerpts from news sources, a White House Press release, a broucher entitled "AADS-70s U.S. Army Air Defense System for the 1970s," & other items including the potential to lobby based on previous government employment.
Folder 34: H.R. speech on military preparedness, July 19, 1956Add to your cart.
A 16 page legal size copy of Congressman William G. Bray's (R. Indiana) speech to the House of Representatives on the topic: "What is the True Condition of our Military Preparedness?"
Folder 35: Gas Exercise 5 April 1957, April 1957Add to your cart.
A large spiral notebook containing 8x10 black & white photographs of "the combined AIR, SEA and UNDERSEA Anti-Submarine Exercise conducted off Key West on Friday, 5 April 1957." Naval Reserve Composite Company 5-48 & visiting dignitaries are featured.
Box 13: Civil Rights and Civil Service FilesAdd to your cart.
Civil Rights files, 1953/1957/1960/1962; Civil Service, 1956-63
Folder 1: Civil Rights, !953 & 1957Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & telegrams primarily from Wilson's constituent & his replies. Topics include: San Diego Race Relations Society, "The Department of Race Relations" in a Republican Administration, NAACP & a Fair Employment Practices Act, conservative opposition to a Civil Rights Bill, support for the bill & Wilson's vote for its passage in the House.
Folder 2: Civil Rights, 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings and office notes. The collection includes comments from constituents, Wilson's replies, , letters from labor unions, churches, political organizations and others. Topics include extensive discussion on current Civil Rights legislation including  the Celler Bill, pro & con commentary from constituents, examples of discriminatory practices & other issues.
Folder 3: Civil Rights, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & news clippings from constituents, Wilson, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Secretary of Defense, Department of the Air Force & others. Topics include: Contrasts between Republicans and Democrats voting for Civil Rights Bills in 1957 & 1960 and extensive communication related to racial discrimination against air force personnel in New Mexico.
Folder 4: Civil Rights, May-Sept. 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, some telegrams & news clippings related to the current efforts to obtain a national Civil Rights Bill that the Kennedy Administration was supporting. Extensive pro & con commentary from Wilson's constituents and his responses. Also 1 copy of the 88th Cong., 1sess. S. 1622 "A Bill To prevent certain discriminatory practices by persons engaged in business affecting commerce."
Folder 5: Civil Rights, July-Aug. 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, articles, memorandums, postal cards & other items. Examples are: Vol. 9, No. 26 of THE DAN SMOOT REPORT, THE KIPLINGER WASHINGTON LETTER (July 5, 1963), news clippings from the LOS ANGELES TIMES, many letters from constituents complaining about the Kennedy Adm. & civil rights efforts for "Negroes," support from groups like B'nai B'rith Women, NAACP & the San Diego Race Relations Society for civil rights legislation & a copy of a 30 page essay from the American Law Div. of the Library of Congress entitled "The Power of Congress to Prohibit Racial Discrimination in Privately Owned Places of Public Accommodation."
Folder 6: Civil Rights, July-Sept. 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, postal cards and other items from constituents, organizations & Wilson's letters in response to the current efforts to enact civil rights legislation. Although large numbers of Wilson's constituents were in opposition to any federal legislation, many others were in support. There are also communiques on this issue from the military establishment and personnel in this folder.
Folder 7: Civil Rights, Aug.-Dec. 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, postal cards, articles, news clippings & other items. Both pro & con examples of constituent communication on this issue of a federal civil rights law,  especially after Kennedy's assassination. Also note 2 copies of the RNC's Research Div.'s "FACTS ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS RECORD OF POLITICAL PARTIES."
Folder 8: Civil Rights, 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, postal cards, news clippings, excerpts from the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-HOUSE & other items. Examples are: extensive pro & con commentaries from Wilson's constituents on current legislation, Johnson's Adm. & the crisis in Alabama.
Folder 9: Civil Rights, 1965Add to your cart.
As with folder number 8, this folder contains a large amount of letters, telegrams, postal cards, copies of Congressional Bills, the  CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-HOUSE and other items, especially from Wilson's constituents, as well as his responses. Also a copy of "The Racial Issue in San Diego. . . a report of a television program and the reaction to it from the San Diego Community" (Channel 8) & a copy of "Civil Rights Act of 1964 An Analysis of Title VI," Jan. 1965.
Folder 10: Civil Service (General), 1956Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from constituents, govtg. officials & Wilson's replies related to such concerns as new ratings at the North Island NAS, Civil Service Commission correspondence, political activity, union relations, Dept. of the Navy & SDSC & careers in public service.
Folder 11: Civil Service, 1956-1958Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, booklets, telegrams, Civil Service Forms & other items. Examples are: constituent communications and Wilson's replies, U. S. Civil Service Commission letters, a copy of YOUR RETIREMENT SYSTEM (Pamphlet No. 18, Mar. 57), death benefit info., Human Factors Div., U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory concerns, a copy of "Increased Minimum Rates of Pay for Hard-To-Fill Positions" (U.S. Civil Service Commission) & a copy of "Highlights of Civil Service Retirement System -- Congressional Employees" (July 31, 1956),
Folder 12: Civil Service, 1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams & some "Application For Federal Employment" forms. Communications are from constituents, Wilson & his staff, NASA, U.S. Civil Service Commission, U.S. Navy Regional Accounts Office, HEW, International Cooperation Adm., USIA & NAS North Island.
Folder 13: Civil Service, 1959Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters & some reports. Examples are: letters from constituents & Wilson & his staff replies, communications from such groups as -- the U.S. Civil Service Commission, FAA, San Diego Naval Lodge No. 726, USIA, "POLITICAL ACTIVITY of Federal Officers and Employees" (Pamphlet 20, Sept. 1958), RNC, International Cooperation Adm., an Application for Federal Employment form by a constituent, HQ. Norton Air Force Base & other complaint type letters from Wilson's constituents.
Folder 14: Civil Service, 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, office notes, postal cards, a constituent's application for federal employment, a 1 page photocopy of "Weekly Federal Employees' News Digest" (Dec. 9, 1959) & a copy of Pamphlet 20 (9/58) "Political Activity of Federal Officers and Employees." Aside from numerous letters from constituents and Wilson's replies other groups represented are: Bd. of U.S. Civil Service Examiners, Dept. of the Air Force, International Cooperation Adm., U.S. Civil Service Commission, USIA, HEW, an U.S, Air Force list of "Overseas Construction Contractors," U.S. Navy & U.S. Post Office.
Folder 15: Civil Service, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, copies of personnel resumes, telegrams, an application for Federal Employment form & copies of booklets entitled "CAREER with the Immigration and Naturalization Service . . . Immigration Patrol Inspector." Most letters relate to Wilson's constituents and his replies.
Folder 16: Civil Service, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, telegrams, personnel application forms & records, legislative proposals & other items. Examples are: applications for federal employment from constituents, Wilson's replies, communications from the State Dept., Bureau of Customs, U.S.I.A., C.I.A., International Cooperation Administration, U.S. Civil Service Commission, The National Assn. of Postal Supervisors & others.
Folder 17: Civil Service, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, office notes, telegrams, personnel application forms & records, copies of federal studies & other items. Examples are: constituent interest in federal employment, Wilson's replies and communications from the U.S. Civil Service Commission, 11th Naval District, a copy of the President's Task Force report - "A Policy for Employee-Management Cooperation in the Federal Service (Nov. 30, 1961, 54 pp.), a copy of "Federal Service Entrance Examination" (1962) & a politically conservative letter and handbill from a Ramona, Ca. group called "Freedom Fighters" (Aug. 1961).
Folder 18: Civil Service, 1958-1960 & 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, office notes, telegrams, personnel application forms & records. Examples are: constituent interest in federal employment, Wilson's replies, communications for federal agencies and organizations such as Dept. of State Agency for International Development, U.S.I.A., USMC, U.S. Civil Service Commission, U.S. Civil Service Commission, U.S. Naval Air Station North Island & others.
Folder 19: Civil Service, 1961-1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, office notes, telegrams, personnel applications and records. Examples are: applications from constituents for federal employment and Wilson's responses, communications from various federal agencies and organizations such as: U.S. Civil Service Commission, Dept of the Navy Military Sea Trans. Service, Bd. of U.S. Civil Service Examiners, 11th Naval Dist., Dept. of Commerce, Dept. of the Interior, AID, FHA & the U.S. Information Agency.
Folder 20: Civil Service, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, office notes, telegrams, personnel application forms and records. Examples are communications from constituents, Wilson's responses, the Dept. of State, U.S. Army, U.S. Naval Air Station North Island, National Ladies Aux. National Assn. of Letter Carriers, CIA, U.S. Navy Supply Center, San Diego, U.S. Civil Service Commission, Internal Revenue Service & the Office of Industrial Relations of the Dept. of the Navy.
Box 14: Civil Service, 1959-1965Add to your cart.
Civil Service miscellaneous; Civil Service Census; Code of Ethics Civil Service Firefighters; Civil Service Insurance and Retirement
Folder 1: Civil Service, 1958-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, office notes & memos, reports & personnel employment applications and records. Aside form constituents seeking federal employment & Wilson's responses other communications are from U.S. Naval Air Station North Island, U.S. Civil Service Commission, U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Navy Bureau of Weapons & Bureau of Personnel, CIA, National Assn. of Retired Civil Employees & list if CA chapters.
Folder 2: Civil Service, 1963 & 1957Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, office notes, memorandums, a few telegrams and copies of personnel applications and employment records. Aside from constituent interest in federal employment & Wilson responses to these inquiries other communications are from U.S. Civil Service Commission, International Cooperation Admin., Dept. of State, Civil Aeronautics Admin., Dept. of Commerce, U.S. Naval Air Station North Island, Dept. of the Navy Office of Industrial Relations, American Federation of Government Employees, Dept. of Interior, Dept. of Justice & others.
Folder 3: Civil Service, 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, office notes, memorandums, Senate Document No. 68, personnel applications & records and other information. Aside from constituent interest in federal employment and Wilson's responses other examples are a copy of Senate Document No. 68, "Federal Corrupt Practices and Political Activities" (46 pp.), U.S. Civil Service Commission, U.S. Navy Finance Center, Comptroller General of the U.S.,
Folder 4: Civil Service, 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters from constituents, Wilson's replies, Application For Federal Employment forms, personnel information & letters from such govt. agencies as NASA, U.S. Civil Service Commission, FCC, U.S. Naval Air Station North Island, U.S. Postmaster S.D., Dept. of the Navy, HQ. U.S. Army Electronic Proving Grounds, Ft. Huachuca, AZ & others.
Folder 5: Civil Service, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters from constituents, Wilson's replies, personnel records and applications for federal employment and responses from various federal agencies and departments such as: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory, Federal Aviation Agency, Bureau of Medicine U.S. Civil Service Commission, Dept. of State, NASA, & others.
Folder 6: Civil Service, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters from constituents, Wilson's replies, personnel information, federal employment forms & letters from various federal agencies and departments such as: The Sec. of Defense, Dept. of the Navy Office of Industrial Relations, Bureau of Inspections, U.S. Civil Service Commission, U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory, HEW, Bureau of Recruiting and Examining, U.S. Civil Service Commission & others.
Folder 7: Civil Service, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, notes from constituents, Wilson's replies, copies of employment applications and personnel records and letters from federal agencies & departments such as: Office of the Secretary of the Navy, Office of Industrial Relations, Dept. of the Navy, Commandant 11th Naval Dist., USMC Air Station, Yuma, AZ., Bureau of Recruiting and Examining U.S.Civil Service Commission, U.S. Naval Station North Island, Bureau of Ships, Dept. of the Navy, MSTS Pacific Area, U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory & others.
Folder 8: Civil Service, 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, postal cards, telegrams from constituents & others, Wilson's replies, copies of personnel records, applications for federal employment & letters from various federal agencies and departments such as: Dept. of State, U.S. Naval Air Station North Island, U.S. Naval Ordinance Test Station Pasadena, Office of Economic Opportunity, Forest Service Dept. of Agriculture, National Park Service, Long Beach Naval Ship Yard, Dept. of the Air Force, Bureau of Retirement and Insurance, U.S. Civil Service Commission & others.
Folder 9: Civil Service, 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of memos, letters, personnel records, applications for federal employment from Wilson's constituents & others, his replies and communications from various federal agencies and departments such as: Bureau of Retirement and Insurance, U.S. Civil Service Commission, Bureau of Naval Weapons, U.S. Naval Station North Island, U.S. Post Office, San Diego, Norton Air Force Base, USIA,  Bureau of Programs and Standards U.S. Civil Service Commission, USMC Supply Center, Barstow, CA & others.
Folder 10: Civil Service Misc., 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters from Wilson's constituents & others, his replies, copies of personnel information and employment applications, informational papers on various discrimination topics, complaints & communications from various federal agencies and departments such as: U.S. Civil Service Commission, International Cooperation Admin., NASA, Commanding General, MCRD, San Diego, USIA & others.
Folder 11: Civil Service Census, 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, postal cards, memos and other items from constituents & Wilson's replies to these inquiries regarding the 1960 census. Various agencies & departments responding include: San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Bureau of Census, Dept. of Commerce, U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, a copy of "Household Questionaire for the 1960 Census of Population and Housing" & others.
Folder 12: Civil Service Code of Ethics, 1959Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos & 1 8x11 b&w photograph. Wilson's constituents & his replies make up the bulk of correspondence. This folder does not contain a copy of the "Code of Ethics for Government Service."
Folder 13: Civil Service Firefighters, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, a 6 page copy of  "Fire Department Pension Information In Effect in California" & a copy of H.R. 9339 (1 page). Most letters are from Wilson's constituents & the folder contains his replies.
Folder 14: Civil Service Insurance & Retirement, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, copies of "Your Retirement System" & "Crediting of Military Service," telegrams, postal cards, a copy of "Navy Department Notification of Personnel Action," memorandums & other items. Most communications are from constituents, Wilson's replies & federal bureaus & departments. Examples are: Bureau of Retirement and Insurance, U.S. Civil Service Commission, Dept. of the Air Force, the Salvation Army, Dept. of the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Office of the Secretary of the Navy, American Federation of Government Employees & others.
Folder 15: Civil Service Insurance and Retirement, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters from Wilson's constituents requesting his assistance, his responses, a copy of "Evaluation of Proposed Premium Rates for Government -wide Health Benefit Plans for Federal Employees [Committee Print] April 29, 1960," and communications from various government agencies and organizations such as: BuPers- U.S. Navy, Dept of State, U.S. Civil Service Commission, Comptroller General of the United States, The Adjutant General of California, Bureau of Dept. Operations of the U.S. Civil Service Commission & others.
Folder 16: Civil Service Insurance and Retirement, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters from Wilson's constituents requesting his assistance, his responses and communications from the U.S. Civil Service Commission, the Bureau of Retirement and Insurance and the Social Security Administration.
Folder 17: Civil Service Insurance and Retirement, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from Wilson's constituents, his responses & communications from the Bureau of Retirement and Insurance (U.S. Civil Service Commission).
Folder 18: Civil Service Insurance and Retirement, 1964Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from Wilson's constituents requesting his assistance, his responses & communications from the U.S. Civil Service Commission, the Bureau of Retirement and Insurance, the Bureau of Departmental Operations & the Dept. of the Army.
Box 15: Committee AppropriationsAdd to your cart.

Committee Appropriations, 1957-1961; Miscellaneous Rickover Report on Russia;

Committee Agriculture; Civil Service Security Clearance; Questionnaire; Retired Military; Civil Service; Post Office; Bartholomew and Geilenfeldt;

Civil personnel problems and complaints, 1955-1964; Committee Armed Services, 1953-1964; Family separation allowances, 1963-1964; Committee Armed Services Gesell Report, 1963

Folder 1: Committee Appropriations: Civil Service & NTC Communications, 1958Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from Congressmen Bob Wilson, Albert Thomas, Charles R. Jonas & De Graff Austin (Chairman, S.D. County Bd. of Supervisors) & a 4 page summary of "Naval Training Center . . . Communication School" & appropriations needed to build this at NTC.
Folder 2: Committee Appropriations: Misc., 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, congressional reports, subcommittee hearing & other materials. Examples are: "Report No. 579, 88th Cong. 1st Sess. Supplemental Appropriation Bill, 1960," "Document No. 384 . . . Communication from The President of the United States . . . 1960," letters from Congressmen Bob Wilson & Clarence Thomas, Frank Forward - President of the Assn. of the U.S. Army, Oliver Thornton, Bd. of Dir., Scripps Memorial Hospital, Donald Sorben, Recording Sec. San Diego Naval Lodge #726, copies of "Proposed Rider to 1961 Department of Defense Appropriation Bill, a copy of "Review of the American Educational System . . . Hearings Before the Subcommitteeon Appropriations" & a copy of "Report On Russia By Vice Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, USN Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations House of Representatives, Eighty-Sixth Congress First Session."
Folder 3: Committee Appropriations: Foreign & Domestic, 1961Add to your cart.
3 pages containing: a cover letter from Chairman Otto E. Passman, Foreign Relations Subcommittee, a 1 page listing of "Foreign Aid Funds by Program and Amount" (Fiscal 1961) & 1 page "To Whom It May Concern" from Chairman Passman indicating "Total Tax Receipts 157 Years - (Washington to Truman) . . . 7-Plus Years - (Truman) & Eight Years - (Eisenhower)." To Passman "the Mutual Security expense outlay is excessive and should be drastically reduced."
Folder 4: Committee Appropriations, 1962Add to your cart.
1 cover letter from Chairman Otto E. Passman, Foreign Operations Subcommittee & attached 1  page listing of "Foreign Aid Funds By Program and Amount" (Fiscal 1962) focusing on the Mutual Security Program.
Folder 5: Committee Appropriations, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
Only 3 letters & a copy of Calendar No. 481, 88th Cong., 1st. Sess., "Department of Defense Appropriation Bill, 1964" (69 pages) in this folder. 1 letter from Robert T. Radford, Pres. Watershed Fire Council of Southern California & 2 letters from Congressman Wilson.
Folder 6: Committee Agriculture, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
A collection of letters focusing on agricultural issues. Examples are: Congressman McDonough to Congressman Wilson appointing Wilson to the Committee on Agriculture, 3 letters from Harold Angier, General Manager, California Grape & Tree League "regarding a radical change in the weather," the United Kingdom Government's importation from California growers, & copies of Library of Congress,"Legislative History of the Farm Credit Act of 1933 . . . Central Bank for Cooperatives."
Folder 7: Committee Agriculture, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A small amount of material. "Statement of Representative Bob Wilson Before Committee on Agriculture . . . Tuesday, March 6, 1960," postal card from constituent Hamilton Moody & Wilson's reply re/ USDA hearings, Memo to Mr. Parma from Cathy, a letter from Hamilton Moody, "The Grain Analysis" & Wilson's reply re/ daily reports of the committee.
Folder 8: Committee Agriculture, March 7, 1961Add to your cart.
Only 1 item in this folder. "Notice To All Members of the House Committee on Agriculture and All Members of Congress From the Cotton Belt." re/ a talk on the "Economic Outlook for Cotton" by Dr. M. K. Horne.
Folder 9: Committee Agriculture, April 1963Add to your cart.
Copies of three letters. 1 from Congressman Wilson & 2 from Edgar M. Gillenwaters (Admin. Asst. to Wilson). Topic: concern over Cuban Sugar Quota.
Folder 10: Committee Agriculture, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters and records from Congressman Wilson, constituents and others that are concerned primarily "with the apparent improper action by a member of the Chicago Board of Trade."
Folder 11: Civil Service Security Clearance, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A small number of letters & 1 memo from Wilson's constituents, his replies and government agencies regarding issues such as employment with the Immigration Service &  foreign nationals' employment at the  Vandenburg Air Force Base & at Convair.
Folder 12: Civil Service Security Clearance, December 1962Add to your cart.
Only four letters in this folder. Lloyd B. Becker (Becker Bookbinding Company), Wilson's replies & attached copy of Walter T. Skallerup, Jr. (Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense Security Policy) re/ congratulations for Wilson's "recent re-election" & a request for DOD security clearance for book binding.
Folder 13: Civil Service Security Clearance, October 1964Add to your cart.
1 letter from constituent Thomas E. Bothast, Jr. & a reply from Wilson's secretary Cathy C. Parham re/ a suggestion "that all Presidential Aides and Cabinet Members have a security check."
Folder 14: Civil Service: Security Clearance, 1957-1958 & 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from former S.D. Assemblyman Howard K. Cramer, Wilson's responses & approval of security clearance re/ Airways Operations Specialist from the Dept of Commerce. Also 3 letters from a former constituent Kenneth B. Ray & Wilson's reply re/ permit to sell life insurance to military forces overseas.
Folder 15: Civil Service: Security Clearance, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, memos, 1 telegram & a news clipping (SD Union, 12/23/62). The major portions of correspondence deal with Burnett Electronics Lab., Inc., Wilson's assistance and replies from the Dept. of the Navy & other government agencies as to Mr. Burnett's efforts to attend classified sessions of the Military Electronics Convention. Additional correspondence also from two other Wilson constituents for DOD & Navy security clearances.
Folder 16: Civil Service: Questionnaire - Retired Military, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, post cards, memos, notes and news clippings re/ a controversial questionnaire circulated by Senator Chavez as to a proposed change in federal civilian employment for retired military personnel.
Folder 17: Civil Service: Personnel Problems & Complaints, 1953-54Add to your cart.
A large collection of telegrams, letters, memos, memorandums, notes, news clippings & government reports. Items include a 37 page "Transcript of a conference held on 20 April 1953 concerning classification of certain Storekeeper positions in Supply and Fiscal Department, U.S. Naval Air Station, San Diego, California;" numerous letters from the American Federation of Government Employees, the Office of Industrial Relations, Dept. of the Navy & the San Diego Council of Federal Employees, A. F. of L.
Folder 18: Civil Service: Personnel Problems & Complaints, 1955Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, some telegrams & government reports. Examples are: a 5 page "Comparison - Tabulation Machine Operators & Salaries in San Diego, California December 1954;" letters regarding the "down-grading of certain tabulating machine operators at the Naval Supply Depot;" a 4 page Memorandum re/ "Meeting in the office of Rear Admiral George A. Holderness, Chief of Industrial Relations, Department of the Navy . . . SECNAV NOTICE 12250;" and many other issues and complaints.
Folder 19: Civil Service: Personnel Problems & Complaints, 1957, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters. Examples are: a constituent's complaint about extra work hours in the Census Bureau's Los Angeles office; a grievance appeal from failure to pass a truck driver U.S. Navy road test & a grievance regarding a position in the Comptroller Dept. at the North Island Naval Station.
Folder 20: Civil Service: Personnel Problems & Complaints, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, memos & telegrams. Examples are: A reduction of the workforce in the North Island Naval Air Station Public Works Dept.; a leave credit issue at the Navy Electronics Lab. due to illness; "a continued harassment and racial discrimination situation at the Naval Repair Facility;" a stenographer-typist that did not meet medical standards for Federal employment; & many others.
Folder 21: Civil Service: Post Office, 1957-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters concerning the complaints of constituents F. M. Bartholomew & Otto Geilenfeldt regarding Public Law 552 and retroactive pay.
Folder 22: Committees: Armed Services, 1953-1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams memorandums, government reports, charts, statements, etc. Examples are: Wilson's concern that he won't "get 'bumped' by the change over;" comments on former San Diegans serving on the Armed Services committee; a 12 page copy of "Public laws of Interest to the Department of Defense 83rd Congress, 1st Session 29 September 1953;" "Statement of VADM DuBose before the Armed Services Committee . . . H.R. 2332" (3 pages & attached chart - "Effects of Section 634"); 15 page Memorandum TO: Honorable Dewey Short re/ "Davis Amendment" contained in Section 634, PL 488; 1 copy of "Rubber Producing Facilities Disposal Commission Report to Congress" June 1955 & many other items.
Folder 23: Committee on Armed Services, i957-1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, telegrams, reports, contracts, maps & other items. Examples are: Executive Office of the President Office of Defense Mobilization STOCKPILE REPORT to the CONGRESS July - December 1957, Dept. of the Navy, Wherry Acquisition Project No. N-18, Bureau of Yards & Docks, Acquisition Report No. 259, copy of "A Bill To promote the national defense by providing for reorganization of the Dept. of Defense" (H.R. 11958, 85th Cong., 2nd Sess.), letter from the City Clerk of Coronado & attached comments of Councilman Lloyd Harmon's views on "Resolution regarding Pay and Benefits of Service Personnel - No. 2889," copy of a letter from Sec. of the Army Stevens to Chairman Carl Vinson re/ H.R. 52, 84th Cong. "To provide that World War II prisoners of war shall be paid the sums which they would have received as increases in pay . . . .," letters regarding "the attitude of the citizens of Hawaii toward military personnel," complaints regarding the proposed disposal of the U.S. San Jacinto Ordinance Depot, Texas, a packet of materials regarding the contract between the Navy and the Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission - map included & other items.
Folder 24: Committee of Armed Services, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, H.R. Bills, news clippings, memorandums, statements, reports & other items. Examples are: Congressman Wilson's favorable remarks about Armed Service Chairman Carl Vinson, letters regarding "increasing basic allowances for quarters," H.R. 9582 and active duty in more than one branch of the military for purposes of retirement, "Statement of G.D. Tilghman, National Adjutant Disabled Officers Association Regarding H. R. 11318," "Report of the Activities of the House Committee on Armed Services Eighty-Sixth Congress First Session - 1959 [14 pp.]," Dept. of the Navy Disposal Project No. 168 "Outlying Osceola Field, FL.," "Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps Who were prisoners of war during World War Two vs The United States Department of the Navy" (4 pp.) submitted by Neal J. Boyle, Los Angeles, booklet listing information and members of the Committee on Armed Services, 86th Cong., 1st Sess. & a proposal from constituent Mr. Marion Guynn re/ "Military-Higher Education Plan in Lieu of Draft."
Folder 25: Committee on Armed Services, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of Congressional Reports, letters, memorandums, committee membership list & other items. Examples are; "Report of the Activities of the House Armed Services Committee Eighty-Sixth Congress, 1960" (26 pp.) & for "Eighty-Seventh Congress, 1961" (16 pp.), constituent corresp. related to politics and retired military pay, discussion over H.R. 5000 and container, packaging and food industries as to Quartermaster Food and Container Institute move to Massachusetts from Chicago, a protest against a proposal to establish an armed services medical academy, copies of H.R. 7606 & 8924,
Folder 26: Committee on Armed Services, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of booklets, letters, notes, memorandums, news clippings, a news release & other items. Examples are: 1 copy of "Honoring The Honorable Dewey Short," (6/1956), listing of members and duties of Committee on Armed Services - 85th Cong.  2nd. Sess., a letter from constituent Elbert S. Purcell, accompanying letters and copies of excerpts from TRUE MEN (5/62) & WORLD  (7/62) re/ the subject of waste in the procurement of military equipment, Press Release from Carl Vinson (D. -Ga.), March 7, 1962 re/ "H. R. 9751 'To authorize appropriations during fiscal year 1963 for aircraft, missiles, and naval vessels for the Armed Forces, and for other purposes'" (4 pp., $13 billion).
Folder 27: Committee Armed Services, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of booklets, pamphlets, letters, memorandums, excerpts from magazines, news clippings, congressional reports & other items. Examples are: booklet featuring "Army - Navy Football Game Philadelphia Stadium 30 November 1963" and tickets, 2 copies of "ROTC/ACADEMY LONGEVITY CREDIT HR 10212" June 1956, 2 copies of "Medical Care for Armed Services Personnel and Crediting Cadet, Midshipman, or Aviation Cadet Service for Pay Purposes, " HEARING BEFORE A SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE ARMED SERVICES . . . on S. 1649 . . . H. R. 1275 . . . S. 657," March 5, 1948 (49 pp.), letters & news items related to inequities in retiree pay, conflict of interest laws, copy of "REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION," 1963, corresp. related to the military pay bill (H. R. 3006), a copy of a Nov. 6, 1909 bronze medal award #4133 to Sgt. Charlie Redling Quartermaster Dept., "Testimony On behalf of THE NATIONAL MEDICAL VETERANS SOCIETY"  submitted by Charles B. Hudson President (4 pp.) & many other letters and items on retirement, pay bill & other topics.
Folder 28: Committees Armed Services, 1963 -1964Add to your cart.

A large collection of reports, letters, memorandums, memos, excerpts from periodicals, news clippings, telegrams, etc. Examples are: The President's Committee's "Initial Report - Equality of Treatment and Opportunity for Negro Military Personnel Stationed Within the United States," June 13, 1963 (93 pp.), copy of Calendar No. 284 Report 263, 76th Cong., 1st Sess. "Authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to Proceed with the Construction of Certain Public Works, April 13, 1963" (26 pp.), copy of "Program Increases FY 1965 Programs" (3 pp.), personnel information for newly retired Cmdr. U.S.Navy, constituent letter & news clipping re/ "Prescription Service" for Navy retirees. constituent letter, Wilson's reply & photocopy of "Cuban Shipping Growth," Shipbuilding and Shipping Record, 5/28/64 (page 708), copies of Wilson's brief comments (4/27/64) supporting H. R. 10707 and 10737 "which would guarantee medical care to retired service personnel and their dependents," copy of "A Bill To amend title 10 of the United States Code in order to promote high morale in the uniformed services by providing a program of medical care for certain former members of the uniformed services and their dependents" (9 pp.), packet of telegrams pro & con on Senate and House versions of "MMRBM" (Feb.-Mar. 1964), discussions on draft law

from constituents and Wilson, constituent comment and Wilson's response re/ the draft, boxing and Cassius Clay, copies related to real estate projects & disposal reports for the military services and copy of "Statement of Chairman Vinson on H. R. 9637 Before the Rules Committee" (14 pp.).

Folder 29: Committees Armed Services, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news clippings, memorandums, memos, newsletters, excerpts from the Congressional Record, Government Reports & other items. Examples are: El Cajon constituent letter & Wilson's response "concerning the proposed pay increase for members of the Armed Services," small collection of letters re/ Wilson's proposed visit to Viet Nam, copy of Procurement of Aircraft and Missiles, Navy FY 1965 Program (3 pp.), copies of Wilson's address to the House on Feb. 20th re/ military control of space & support for COIN a vertical take off aircraft, a copy of Public Law 209 - re/ establishing and developing military installations and facilities. . . ." (22 pp.), copies of acquisition and disposal reports for the armed services & other items.
Folder 30: Committee Armed Services, 1963-1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of Congressional Reports, letters, memos, telegrams, memorandums, news clippings, excerpts from periodicals & other items. Examples are: selected photo-copies of Hearings & other information on VSTOL aircraft research, photocopy of pages 45 & 46 of "Spotlight on Defense Developments," Air Force/Space Digest International (1/65), page 21 from Space Marketing Intelligence (11/19/64) re/ "Anti-Satellite System, COIN & U.S.-West German Arms Pact, photocopy of material on V/STOL and from Flight International (11/19/64), copies of real estate acquisition and disposal reports, 26 page copy of "Statement by Lieutenant General William W. Dick, Jr. . . . Before the Committee on Armed Services . . . Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army," Memorandum & itinerary for "Committee visit to Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport, Louisiana" (4/23-25/65), packet of letters and news items on "USAR Drill-For-Pay Units To Disappear- Army Guard Will Emerge as Ready Reserve Survivor," letter from Adm. Arleigh Burke, Wilson's reply and The Center for Strategic Studies "Announcing . . . Military Posture Fourteen Issues before Congress by James H. McBride and John I. H. Eales," a copy of "Pay and Allowances of the Uniformed Services . . . As Amended Through October 31, 1964" (61 pp.), coverage of DOD Legislative Item 89-3, pay raise controversy Sec. of Defense, Congress & Bolte Committee,
Folder 31: Committee Armed Services, 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of government reports, letters, memos, memorandums, telegrams, news clippings & other items. Examples are: Dept. of the Air Force "Presentation To The Armed Services Committee . . . Budget Estimates Fiscal Year 1966 . . . Lieutenant General James Ferguson" 1 March 1965 (72 pp.), constituent letter, Wilson's reply and attached comments from William Cook (Counsel) & Deputy Sec. of Defense Cyrus Vance re/ Medicare and careers in the Armed Services and fire arm legislation in Congress - S. 1592 vs. H.R. 5742, statement and press release from Chairman Mendel Rivers re/ pay increases, involuntary extended duty, amending UMTS act to criminalize destroying or mutilating draft cards & Army Reserve Merger, real estate disposal information for the Air Force and the Army, news clipping (SDUnion 8/19/65) indicating "Wilson Named To 2 House Subcommittees," Statement of Henry J. Kuss, Jr. Deputy Asst. Sec. of Defense for International Logistics Negotiations Before the House Committee on Armed Services July 29, 1965" (8 pp.), letters re/ issue of British competitive bids for small noncombatant vessels & Memorandum to Wilson from J. Edgar Hoover, copies of Wilson's address to Congress re/ opposition to President Johnson's veto of Military Construction Bill, excerpt from The New York Times Magazine (8/29/65) " Rivers Delivers" & "Statement of Major General W. Preston Corderman before the Cabinet Committee on Federal Staff Retirement Systems" (23 pp. no date).
Folder 32: Committee Armed Services, 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, excerpts from the Congressional Record - House, press releases, telegrams, news clippings, reports and other items. Examples are: pages 22115 - 22134, Congressional Record-House (9/7/65) re/ Military Construction Bill (H.R. 8439) and President's veto, "Statement by Hon. Otis G. Pike . . . Opening of Hearings, September 22, 1965" 4 pages re/ Vietnam and wars of liberation, Press Release from Hon. Edward Hebert & Hon. William Bray re/ Pentagon announcement of implementation of proposal to provide accelerated training to selected reserve units, list of Army Reserve units to be phased out of the USAR structure (12 pp.), photocopy of News Release Office of Asst. Sec. of Defense (Public Affairs), Aug. 23, 1965 re/ Aerospace Corporation, questionnaire to all Republican colleagues (9/65) re/ " Republican Task Force on Congressional Reform and Minority Staffing," letters & news clipping on draft card burners, copy of "Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army . . . FY 1966 Programs," "Memorandum To: Members, House Armed Services Committee" (12/8/65) re/ "list of the bases in the United States which Mr. McNamara announced are scheduled for closure, or change in mission" & real estate projects and disposals - Army, Navy & Air Force.
Folder 33: Committee Armed Services-Dual Compensation, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters primarily from Wilson's constituents and his replies concerning the Dual Compensation Act. Lots of personal information, praise for Wilson as a Congressman and other information. In June 1963 the Civil Service "Commission submitted a proposal to Congress to replace the current obsolete, complex, and inequitable laws relating to the Federal civilian employment of retired military personnel with a single simplified dual-compensation law."
Folder 34: Committee Armed Services - Gessell Report, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters primarily from Wilson's constituents and his replies & 1 news clipping, Lyn Nofziger, "Rep. Vinson Hits Pentagon Ruling," San Diego Union (n.d.). The contents of this folder are mainly negative reactions to the President's Commission of Equal Opportunity in the Armed Forces' report headed by Gerhard A. Gessell. Wilson also critiqued this report.
Folder 35: Committee Armed Services-Family Separation Allowances, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters from Wilson's constituents, his replies, the Bureau of Naval Personnel, the Office of the Secretary of the Navy, Bureau of Yards and Docks, U.S. Navy Public Works Center (San Diego) & others regarding inequities in the current housing law and regulations for Naval personnel.
Box 16: Committee Armed ServicesAdd to your cart.

Paris Air Show; Armed Services, Re-computation of Retired pay 1963;

Banking and currency 1957-1964;

Committees District of Columbia, Education and Labor 1953-1960; Foreign Affairs 1961-1963; Committees General; General Operations 1958-1963.

Folder 1: Committee Armed Services-Paris Air Show, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & two news clippings. Examples are: a fascinating letter to "Rep. WILSON" from "the young lady 'in white' that you met when your delegation to the Paris Air Show attended the Douglas Aircraft cocktail party," comments on a Drew Pearson story on the Paris Air Show & enclosed news clipping, a copy of "The Week in Washington - Rep. Wilson Tells of Narrow Escape At French Air Show" (S.D. Union (6-7-65) & receipts for costs to visit Air Show.
Folder 2: Committee Armed Services Military Pay Bill, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams & Congressional documents. Examples are: a packet of correspondence regarding the valuable role played by Colonel Floyd Oles and the Reserve Equalization Committee & other comments, a copy of the "Remarks of Hon. Bob Wilson . . . Thursday, January 10, 1963 Pay Increase for the Military" (6 pp.), a copy of "Hearings Before Subcommittee No. 1 . . . Eighty-Eighth Congress on H. R. 3006" (2/26-28 & 3/5-7/63, 1770 pp.),  "Report No. 208" to accompany H.R. 5555 "Military Pay Increase," a copy of "Calendar No. 363 . . .H.R. 555 [Report No. 387]" 88th Cong., 1st. Sess., "Memo For Bob From Ed (4/12/63) re/ strategy for pay raise efforts, discussion over Republican policy Committee on military pay bill, a copy of "Calendar No. 363 Report No. 387 Military Pay Increase August 5, 1963 . . . REPORT" (79 pp.), a Committee Print of the "High-lights of the Uniformed Services Pay Act of 1963-October 1, 1963" (6 pp.) & a 3 page commentary on H.R. 5555 as it passed the House.
Folder 3: Committee Armed Services - Recomputation of Retired Pay, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memos, news clippings, government reports & other items. Examples are: thank you letters to Congressman Wilson re/ recompensation rider on the Pay Bill for the military, copy of "To All Members of the Retired Officers Association URGENT!" -- repeal of prohibition against recomputation of retired pay in 1958 law, excerpt from Congressional Record (4/11/63) re/ "Additional Views of Mr. Wilson, Mr. Grubser, and Mr. Chamberlain to H.R. 5555," list of  military retiree organizations & presidents of, a copy of the Fleet Reserve Assn.'s "Military Annual Income vs Civil Service Annual Income 1953-1963" (11 pp.), several letters from the Fleet Reserve Assn. members thanking "Shipmate Wilson" for his "vital role" in the recomputation efforts in H.R. 5555, copies of H.R. Reports No. 1513 (Ap. 1960) & No. 275 (May 1963) & accompanying commentary from the Reserve Equalization Committee & loose pages from the "Army Navy Air Force JOURNAL and REGISTER (Ap. 6, 1963).
Folder 4: Committtee - Banking & Currency, 1955, 1957, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & 1 news clipping containing Wilson's letter to Michael Trbovich re/ proposed design of a medal commemorating Dr. Jonas Salk, letter appointing Wilson member of the Shipbuilding Committee & a packet of corresp. & a news excerpt re/ gold reserves and balance of payments.
Folder 5: Committees - Banking and Currency, 1957 - 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & two government documents. Examples are: a copy of Report No. 178 "Regulation of Savings and Loan Companies" Mar. 1, 1957 to accompany H.R. 4135 (18 pp.), a copy of H. R. 7244 (Spence Bill) (5/19/59) "A Bill To promote and preserve local management of savings and loan associations by protecting them against encroachment by holding companies" (6 pp.) & a large packet of corresp. regarding the Spense Bill, opposition to it from San Diego based holding companies and political support to Congressman Wilson.
Folder 6: Committee: Banking and Currency, June-July 1958Add to your cart.
A small number of letters concerning H.R. 10637 (Savings & Loan Association loans on single family homes) & applying the college housing program to students cooperative housing.
Folder 7: Committee: Banking and Currency, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters and a 44 page copy of "H. R. 258 . . . January 9, 1963 . . . A Bill To authorize the establishment of Federal mutual savings banks." Aside from Congressman Wilson's replies, letters are from Joe E. Rhile, E. Arthur Rice, C. Arnholt Smith & Congressman Wright Patman. Mr. Rice's letter is an extensive critique of "Our Unconstitutional Money-Bank System."
Folder 8: Committee: Banking and Currency, May 1961Add to your cart.
Only four letters in this folder: two from J.H. Stickney, Jr. (San Diego Law Offices) & two from Congressman Wilson regarding the Real Estate Investment Act of 1960.
Folder 9: Committee: Committee on Committees, Dec. 1962 & Jan. 1963Add to your cart.
Two letters from Congressman Edward J. Gurney (Florida), one letter from Congressman Wilson and one letter from Congressman Bill Stinson (Washington) re/ H.R. committee assignments & Wilson's role as Chairman of the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee.
Folder 10: Committees: District of Columbia, Mar. & July 1959Add to your cart.
A small number of letters & a photocopy of a map showing an area NW of Rock Creek Park regarding "this year's report on the State of the Nation's Capital" and some proposed  name changes for Linnean Avenue & Broad Branch & Reno Road.
Folder 11: Committees: Education and Labor, 1955Add to your cart.
Seven letters & an a brochure entitled "The Importance of the Retail Exemption in the Fair Trade Labor Standards Act (FLSA)." The corresp. is concerned with hearings to be held on H.R. 5846 and H.R. 4101, Supt. of the San Diego City Schools Ralph Dailard's statement on Federal Aid for school construction & San Diego Retail Associates Mgr. Harry W. Hartman's comments relating to employees in the retail-mercantile industry and commercial laundry operations.
Folder 12: Committees: Education and Labor, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
A collection of statements, graphs, charts, telegrams & letters. Examples are: "Statement of Classroom Needs and Building Program for Children of Sweetwater Union High School District" & attached charts, a letter from Anthony Ghio on proposed Federal Wage and Hour Law, a large number of critical letters from businesses, constituents and investment interests opposing minimum wage increases, Wilson's participation in hearings to be held in San Diego in November & 2 pages of commentary on Public Law 815 (Construction), Public Law 874 (Maintenance and Operation) & General Information.
Folder 13: Committees: Education and Labor, 1959-1960Add to your cart.

A collection of containing a 70 page copy of "

S. 1555 . . . April 29, 1959 . . . An Act To provide for the reporting and disclosure of certain financial transactions and admini-strative practices of labor unions and employers. . . .," & letters & telegrams. Examples are: Congressman Wilson's four page June 29, 1959 letter to a constituent refuting a claim that the Kennedy Labor Reform Bill (amendments sponsored by Sen. McClellan) would deprive union members of certain rights, a copy of "Main Differences Between the Landrum-Griffin Substitute (H .R. 8400) and the House Labor Committee Bill (H. R. 8342) & a constituent's comments on H. R. 1997 and military retiree pay.

Folder 14: Committees: Education and Labor, 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, office notes, announcements, telegrams & a petition. Some examples are: reference to "Delinquency Prevention," a constituent's complaints about "deplorable conduct of some union people connected with the missile programs," listing of members of the Special Subcommittee on Education, notes on investigation of bracero program, minimum wage law and the Navy Exchange system, comments from the South Bay Union School District & the need to extend certain provisions of Public Law 874 for Category B children, a March 13, 1961 letter from Subcommittee Chairman James Roosevelt & an attached copy of "H.R. 3935 Summary of Wage-Hour Amendments Proposed By the House Committee on Education and Labor" (4 pp.), a letter & a telegram from Edward A. Breitbard (California Linen Supply Co.) regarding criticizing H.R. 3935 and a petition from members of this industry protesting what they see as "gross inequities in the new Administration Bill." They all wanted more exemptions from minimum wage and maximum hour control.
Folder 15: Committees: Education and Labor, 1963-1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from Congressman Wilson, one office note from Cathy to Maggie & a letter from constituent Edmond H. Woolrych (Associate Professor, California Western University) concerning a proposal for a Federal Insurance Student Loan program.
Folder 16: Committee: Foreign Affairs, 1951, 1963, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of material. 1 copy of H.J. RES. 291 (1/13/51) re/ sovereignty of areas in Antarctic; 2 page article on "Antarctica," reprint from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine (1/51); 2 letters from Congressman Wilson (3/63 & 8/65); 1 letter from constituent Adm. J.W. Callahan (Ret.) & attached 1 news clipping, Fulton Lewis Jr., "Nasser Assured More U.S. Aid," S.D. Union (7/27/65); & 1 letter from Congressman Thomas E. Morgan (Chairman, Committe on Foreign Affairs) re/ Nasser policies.
Folder 17: Committees: Foreign Affairs, 1960 & 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters and documents. Examples are: 1 copy of Senate Doc. #128, "Strengthening the Government for Arms Control," (8/60, 27 pp.); letters from John J. McCloy & President John F. Kennedy (6/23 & 6/29/61) re/ "draft of a bill, 'To establish a United States Disarmament Agency for World Peace and Security;" 1 copy of "H.R. 7936 . . . June 29, 1961 . . . A Bill To establish a United States Agency [as above in letter] . . . ." (23 pp.); & a small collection of letters from La Jolla constituent Stanley H. Simpson, Wilson & Congressman Thomas J. Morgan (Chair of Committee on Foreign Affairs) re/ Simpson's essay on "Hot War - Cold War" as signed by 26 La Jollans.
Folder 18: Committees: General, February 1961Add to your cart.
Two items: "Republican Committee Assignments House of Representatives" - 7 pages & "Republican Committee on Committees Subcommittee Action" 6 pages.
Folder 19: Committees: General, 1956 & 1965Add to your cart.
One letter from CA Assemblyman H. Allen Smith & Congressman Wilson's reply (Nov. 1956) re/ committee assignment; one letter from San Diego constituent Richard A. Douglas & Wilson's reply re/ "Helix Power Squadron" recent legislation affecting boating.
Folder 20: Committees: Government Operations, 1963Add to your cart.
1 letter from Congressman John W. Wydler & enclosed "copy of a bill I introduced on the first day of the 88th Congress, which calls for a new 'Hoover' Commission. . . ." to be termed H.R. 965 -- 8 pages.
Folder 21: Committees: Government Operations, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of government documents and letters. Examples are: One copy of "Payments in Lieu of Taxes, Hearings Before the Committee On Government Operations United States Senate . . . on S. 910 (96 pp.); copies of "H.R. 702 (3 pp.) & "H.R. 2186" (3 pp.) re/ "donation and other disposal of property to tax-supported public recreation agencies;" letters between Wilson and F.S. Fulwiler (Chief Admin. Officer, Chula Vista) re/ donable property.
Folder 22: Committees: Government Operations, 1956-1958Add to your cart.
A small number of letters from Congressman Wilson, the County of San Diego, County Librarian Francis Anna Hahn and Miss Hertha C. Conway re/ donation of surplus property & form changes for government indexing & 1 copy of 84th Cong. 2d Sess., "The General Accounting Office A Study of Its Organization and Administration With Recommendations For Increasing Its Effectiveness Intermediate Report (133 pp.)
Folder 23: Committees: Government Operations, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters. Examples are: letters from El Cajon constituent Mike Fletcher & responses from Congressmen Wilson & William Dawson re/ proposed ethics legislation for contractors and others doing business with the Government (H.R. 4570); letters from Congressmen Wilson & William Dawson, El Cajon City Clerk Delight V. Swain, certified copy of Resolution No. 5498 re/ donable property issues; inquiry about the cost of a new dept. of Urban Affairs (H.R. 6433 & S. 1633); letters from San Diego constituent William T. Stephens, Commissioner of Revenue Mortimer M. Caplin & Congressman Wilson re/ the concept of $25 billion in taxes being evaded every year as to income.
Folder 24: Committees: House Administration, 1955 & 1959Add to your cart.
One letter from Chairman John Lesinski (Restaurant Subcommittee) & Wilson's reply re/ H.R. 692 addressing inadequate dining facilities & a small number of letters from several Congressmen, including Wilson re/ "Code of Ethics for Government Service," H. Con. Res. 15.
Folder 25: Committees: Interior & Insular Affairs, March-May, 1955Add to your cart.
Copies of letters from Congressman Clair Engle, John F. Borchers (Gen. Mgr., S.D. Chamber of Commerce), Congressman Wilson & Senator James E. Murray (Chairman, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs) re/ the Upper Colorado River Project & support for "Senate Bill 76, authorizing construction and/or reconstruction of an international border-line fence between the United States and Mexico."
Folder 26: Committees: Interior and Insular Afffairs, 1956-1958Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, a resolution, a copy of a Congressional bill and a promotional brochure. Examples are: 1 letter from constituent William F. Casey, Jr. & Congressman Wilson's reply re/ support for H.R. 5760 providing "for the payment in full of just war claims against the Japanese;" letters inquiring about the status of H.R. 8278 "relative to liability for payment of property taxes on property located in federal area;" 1 letter from August M. Wadstrom (Deputy City Clerk, San Diego) & attached copy of Resolution 147071 endorsing H.R. 8278; 2 copies of H.R. 8278 (June 20, 1957); a letter from Congressman Wayne N. Aspinall , Wilson's reply and attached copy of "The Colorado River Storage Project" (18 pp. with maps and illustrations).
Folder 27: Committees: Interior and Insular Affairs, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings, copies of Congressional Bills & other materials. Examples are: News release from the Office of Congressman John F. Shelley (8/8/59) "expressing his position on the 160 acre limitation proviso with respect to the San Luis Project;" letters concerning subcommittee assignments & Wilson's preferences; copy of a "Proxy Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs;" news clipping from INDEPENDENT (1/22/59)  re/ "Rep. Bob Wilson Wins Appointment To House's Interior Committee;" a letter from Ray Hunter (Dir. California Farm Bureau Federation) & enclosed copies of resolutions re/ "natural resource matters of vital importance to California farmers;" schedules of hearings for member of Interior and Insular Affairs Committee; "Statement Concerning S. 44 By Warren W. Butler, Vice Chairman, Board of Directors The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California" (3/16/59) before the Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation; 1 letter from Ronald M. Ketcham (Executive Asst., Southern California Edison Co.) & attached copy of objections to "Proposed Burns Creek Project (S. 281); 19 page Memorandum from Associate Solicitor, Territories, Wildlife and Parks, Dept. of the Interior on the "Status of National Park Concessions, Inc." March 21, 1960; copy of "H.R. 11626 . . . April 6, 1960 . . . A Bill To authorize the classification, segregation, and disposal of public lands chiefly for urban purposes" & resumes of H.R. 11626; and copies of other bills and resumes.
Folder 28: Committees: Interior and Insular Affairs, January 9, 1961Add to your cart.
One letter from Wayne N. Aspinall, Chairman of the Committee re/ "Prior to formal organization of the Committee for the 87th Congress the following meetings are scheduled" for Friday and Monday for Public Lands and Irrigation and Reclamation.
Folder 29: Committees: Interior and Insular Affairs, 1962Add to your cart.
11 letters including Congressman Wilson's & Chairman Wayne Aspinall's responses. Examples of constituent and other writers are: Miss Nadine Kaicher (Lakeside) & conservation of natural resources; Mr. A.B. Cadman (Chula Vista) & opposition to proposed Federal recreation bill re/ taxation on boats.
Folder 30: Committees: Interior and Insular Affairs, July 16, 1963Add to your cart.
1 copy of "Report of Proceeding - Hearings Held Before Subcommittee on Communications and Power Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce" re/ editorializing and FCC rules.
Folder 31: Committees: Interior and Insular Affairs, February 16, 1965Add to your cart.
One copy of a letter to "The Honorable John P. Saylor" from the San Diego Gas & Electric Company re/ praising Saylor's recent speech criticizing the "policies and programs of the career employees of the Bureau of Reclamation" for being too pro-public power generation.
Folder 32: Committees: Interestate and Foreign Comm., 1954-1958Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & 1 statement before the Committee. Examples are: 3 letters from Wilson's constituents and his replies re/ H.R. 5760 re/claims of "Americans who suffered serious losses, due to Japanese military vandalism during World War II;" letters from constituents re/ excessive horsepower for automobiles and accidents, hearings on H.R. 4353, conservative political commentary on Sherman Adams and Walter Reuther; & "Statement of E.R. Quesada Chairman, Airways Modernization Board On H.R. 12616 Before the Transportation and Communications Subcommittee of the . . . Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee June 23, 1958." 14 pages.
Folder 33: Committees: Interstate & Foreign Commerce, 1958-1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters. Examples are: corresp. between John L. Boots (DDS), Congressmen Wilson & Peter F. Mack, Jr. (Chairman, Commerce and Finance Subcommittee) re/ H.R. 5760, H.R. 2005 & S.672 related to W.W. II war damage claims against Japan. Dr. Boots was a POW at Santo Tomas-Manila & Ash Camp-Shanghai; letters from constituents H.H. Cameron & Dr. Arthur Shoemaker, Congressman Peter Mack, Jr. & Wilson's replies concerning hearings on H.R. 5760 war damage claims; letters from the California Manufactures Assoc. & Wilson's replies regarding H.R. 7757 & a recent Supreme Court decision "upholding the right of states to levy income tax on income derived from interstat9e commerce;" letters from the Western Growers Assoc. & Wilson's replies re/ H.R. 7480 exempting a retailer from posting a notice at the selling point that produce had been treated with chemical preservatives.
Folder 34: Committees: Interstate & Foreign Commerce, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
Eleven letters from constituents and Wilson regarding "the content of motion pictures" & "a uniform traffic code."
Folder 35: Committees: Interstate & Foreign Commerce, 1962Add to your cart.
One letter from Congressman Wilson and attached copy of "Statement of Bob Wilson Member of Congress Thirtieth District of California Before The House Interstate And Foreign Commerce Committees" -- strongly supporting bills giving "the FCC power to overcome a serious obstacle to further development of our American television system" but not restrict its development with regulatory power.
Folder 36: Committees: Interstate & Foreign Commerce, 1963Add to your cart.
One letter from Congressman Wilson to Richard G. Capen, Jr. (Copley Newspapers) & enclosed copies of "Report of Proceedings - Hearings Held Before Subcommittee on Communications and Power . . . . July 16, 1963," "August 26, 1963 The action of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee on the Senate (Harris) Bill" & "Statement by Frank Stanton, President Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. March 4, 1963" (7 pp.) re/ repeal of Section 315 which forced broadcasters to give equal time "to the most trivial and irresponsible candidates of the most bizarre parties."
Folder 37: Committees: Interstate & Foreign Commerce, 1964Add to your cart.
A letter from constituents Mr. & Mrs. Miller, Wilson's reply, a copy of Congressman Oren Harris acknowledging receiving the Millers letter re/ repeal of the dual restriction of spouse benefits in the Railroad Retirement Act; 1 letter from Charles W. Collier (Ex. V.P., Advertising Assoc. of the West) & Secretary Margaret Young's reply for Wilson re/ a criticism of the FTC for wanting to control cigarette advertising by asking that they carry a "warning that 'habitual cigarette smoking is injurious to health.'"
Folder 38: Committees: Interstate & Foreign Commerce, 1965Add to your cart.
Eight letters. 1 from Congressman Oren Harris re/ bills dealing with the railroad retirement program; a letter from Mr. & Mrs. Pitt (San Diego), Wilson's replies & a letter from Congressman Harris re/ the pros and cons of daylight savings time.
Folder 39: Committee: Joint Economic Committee, July 1963Add to your cart.
One copy of "Economic Indicators," July 1963, "Prepared for the Joint Economic Committee by the Council of Economic Advisers." (38 pp.)
Folder 40: Committee: Judiciary, 1953-1958Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notices of meetings and copies of "Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee No. 2 Which Has Jurisdiction Over Claims [84th Cong.] Rules." Topics in correspondence include constituent concerns about private claims and loop holes, questioning a tax on SS. Orca, a Sefton Foundation ship for scientific and educational purposes, Republican opposition to H.R. 11, discussions about H.R. 10304 & H.R. 10305, discussions about professional baseball in S.D. & brief commentary on "Navy Dads' Club of America" charter.
Folder 41: Committee: Judiciary, 1958-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, photocopies of news articles, telegrams, memorandums & 1 copy of "Committee on the Judiciary . . . Rules," 86th Cong. Examples are: a letter from several "Filipinos in the U.S. Naval Services" indicating that they should be given the right to become citizens of the United States, Wilson's follow up on this and several letters dealing with this topic; a "Resolution Opposing Federal Interference with Established Interstate Compact Agencies" Governors' Conference, Glacier National Park, June 28, 1960; several items related to Congressman Emanuel Celler's investigation of the New York Port Authority; papers relating to the National Association of Attorneys General 54th Meeting in San Francisco, July 1960 resolution re/ opposition to federal jurisdiction; photocopy of June 14, 1960 New York Times editorial entitled "Mr. Celler's Inquisition;" items related to Eisenhower Republican Assembly of San Diego; World War I veterans who also served in WWII re/ H.R. 9262 (Kowalski bill) & physical disability; 5 page copy of "Memorandum by Rep. George Meader re H.R. 8845, Obstruction of Investigation August 6, 1962; 16 page copy of "Testimony of Richard Nevins Member California State Board of Equalization Before the Special Subcommittee on State Taxation. . . ." & map showing "States Imposing Sales Taxes;" a letter from CA Governor Pat Brown indicating how important sales and use taxes are for essential state services; & a photocopy of a June 6, 1962 Los Angeles Times article entitled "State's Losses on Tax-Exempt Imports Told."
Folder 42: Committees: Merchant Marine & Fisheries, 1954-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, a telegram & 2 copies of H.R. 7296 (5/7/57). Examples are: a letter from Chula Vista constituent Charlotte Porter re/ confinement restrictions on the Bald Eagle; a report from Congressman William S. Mailliard highlighting recent legislation; a telegram from Harbor Water Taxi Co. & Wilson's reply re/ H.R. 7296 & copies of the bill; a letter from Congressman Herbert C. Bonner re/ construction of a  superliner passenger vessel to replace SS AMERICA; & letters related to legislation for the appointment, promotion, separation and retirement of officers of the Coast Guard.
Folder 43: Committees: Judiciary, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & 2 copies of Congressional Bills. Examples are:  letters from constituent Mrs. Allen, Edwin B. Kennerly (American Law Division, Library of Congress), Congressman Wilson & a copy of the "85th Cong., 2d Sess., S.2646 . . . May 15, 1958 . . . A Bill To limit the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. . . ." (6 pp.); letters from Mrs. Holly Wilkins (Crawford High School & students), Congressmen Wilson & Emanuel Celler re/ the problem of presidential disability & suggestions; letters from constituent Mrs. Anna B. Farrow, Congressmen Wilson & Emanuel Celler & a copy of 89th Cong., 1st. Sess. "H.R. 8695 . . . June 1, 1965 . . . A Bill To confer jurisdiction on the United States Court of Claims to reopen and continue case numbered 66-55."
Box 17: Congressional CommitteesAdd to your cart.

Congressional Committees, 1955-1965; Congressional Record Inserts 1953-1963.

Committees: Post-Office, Civil Service, Public Works, Rules, Un-American Activities, Veterans Affairs,and Ways and Means.

Folder 1: Congressional Records Inserts, 1953-58Add to your cart.
A small collection of pages from the Congressional Record-Appendix & comments from Bob Wilson, Florence P. Dwyer & Arthur A. Kimball (Acting Deputy Administrator) re/ topics such as Advertising Council and 'free enterprise system," Wilson's speeches in the House on a number of issues & Congresswoman Dwyer's newsletter (5/22/58) praising Vice President Nixon's trip to South America.
Folder 2: Congressional Record Inserts, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, copies of Wilson's remarks to the House, memos, articles, news clippings, excerpts from the Congressional Record, a Resolution from the City of San Diego, a copy of an address by the Honorable Thomas B. Curtis on "The Outlook For Legislation That Will Effect Business in 1960 & other items including personal information on Congressman Wilson.
Folder 3: Congressional Record Inserts, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, speeches, articles, office notes, pages from the Congressional Record -- Appendix & news releases. Examples are: Fleet Reserve Association's "People to People" activities overseas; a copy of a 24 page essay by Library of Congress Legislative Attorney David M. Leive "Legal Basis For Unilateral U.S. Intervention in Cuba;" copies of statements by Congress Wilson before the House of Representatives, copy of "Citizens Committee For Aviation Safety;" CA House Resolution No. 174 re/ Military Survivors, Inc.; items related to American Assoc. of Advertising Agencies; information on POW Rinaldo Leydecker; reference to Brig. Gen. J.D. Hittle's "Sea Power and the Communist Threat;" letters and items from Cold War Council; items on El Cajon resident & former Marine, Tom Smith's heroism on Saipan; Congressional Record -- Appendix (9/20/61) "A Review of Cuba" by Hon. Thomas B. Curtis re/ Fortune magazine essay and taking issue with President Kennedy; items on National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Assoc.; & a 5 page copy of "Remarks of Rep. Bob Wilson . . . Wednesday, July 26, 1961 re/ security threats from "supersonic Soviet bombers."
Folder 4: Congressional Record Inserts, 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, news clippings, postal cards, Congressional Record excepts, magazine articles, speeches & telegrams. Examples are: brief communication between a Coronado constituent and Congressman Wilson re/ Evening Tribune article - "Why Did the Stock Market Tumble?;" letter and article "Are You Alert To Communist Infiltration" by Ginny Wells; Cong. insert related to San Diego Auditor and Comptroller Fred Lawrence's "The Municipal Finance Officers' Heritage and Challenge;" a letter from Bryce N. Harlow (Procter & Gamble) criticizing Medicare and JFK; small collection of items related to "The Phil Gordon Memorial Award for Public Relations in the Direct Selling Industry;" request for reprints from the Suffolk County American Legion for Wilson's July 12 "JFK: Pressure and the Press;" small packet of letters and other items related to San Diego downtown development; packet of materials related to Project Concern & reprint from the San Diego Magazine; a 13 page copy of Colonel N.R. MacIntyre (USMC, Ret.) "Close Air Support - A Primary Weapon;" a copy of Dr. Martin T. Camacho's Radio Broadcast, "Echoes of Portugal" (5 pp. Station WLYN, 10/14/62); many examples of Wilson's use of inserts in the Congressional Record to stress politically conservative positions & agendas, especially in foreign relations.
Folder 5: Congressional Records Inserts, 1963Add to your cart.

A large collection of letters, Wilson's extension of remarks to Congress, pamphlets, excerpts from the Congressional Record, news articles & a list of the names "to which the daily Congressional Record of the Eighty-Seventh Congress was mailed upon the request of the Honorable Bob Wilson." Examples of items and topics are: Wilson's requests to include remarks of Walter Winchell, Walter Knott & the platform and principles of the California Republican State Central Committee; statement of the Citizens Forestry Study Group of San Diego County, Watershed Fire Council of Southern California & the Los Angeles County Watershed Commission; a copy of Wilson, "Expense Account Fiasco: Its Effects," H.R. (3/6/63) a critique of Revenue Act of 1962 from U.S. News and World Reports; copy of "Offensive and Defensive" article from the V.F.W. AMERICAN SECURITY REPORTER; a copy of "Advertising--an agonizing reappraisal," Teachers College RECORD (Feb. 1963); a packet of corresp. related to a Congressional Record insert on "Television

Advertising's Role As A Major National Economic Growth Factor Jericho - The Wall Between Us" & attached letter from Ruben H. Fleet to Walter W. Heller (Council of Economic Advisers) promoting capital investment and attacking progressive tax policies; & many more examples of conservative viewpoints inserted into the Congressional Record.

Folder 6: Congressional Records Inserts, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, Congressional Record Inserts, brochures, news clippings, memos  & other items: Examples are: 2 page copy of Bob Wilson's address to the House on a patriotic theme of Flag Day; a letter from John C. Williamson (National Assn. of Real Estate Boards), Wilson's reply and a copy of "Property Owners' Bill of Rights;" excerpt from the Cong. Record re/ "The Upset Victory in California - A Tribute To California Voters and To Bob Wilson;" copies of Wilson's Resolution re/ Federal Funds & also remarks on the Nation's press; items from H.L, Hunt of Dallas, TX. re/ "Life Line;" a letter from Donna F. Fletcher, attached copy of "Red Trade Not the Answer We Must Not Aid the Enemy," editorial The San Diego Union (9/30/63) & Wilson's reply; a letter from J. Edgar Hoover & Wilson's "Extension of Remarks" in support; "Index of each insertion Bob makes in the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD;" a letter from Coronado constituent Lloyd M. Harmon & attached news clipping of "George Todt's Opinion" re/ Sons of the Revolution and anti-communist viewpoints; a letter from Donald W. Giddings (Principal, Point Loma High School) & Wilson reply re/ "Operation Amigo" & placing Mr. Giddings report to Supt. Ralph Dailard in the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD.
Folder 7: Congressional Record, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
A collection of  letters, postal cards & other items regarding those who wish to receive copies of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD. Lists of these are contained in this folder.
Folder 8: Congressional Record, 1959, 1962Add to your cart.

A collection of notes, letters, copies of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORDS, Reports & other items. Examples are: copies of Hon. John H. Ray's "A Party of Principle --Extension of Remarks" (2/24/1959); copy of "Your Congressman Clyde Doyle Reports;" letter from Adm. Arleigh Burke thanking Wilson for inserting a San Diego Union editorial on Navy carriers in the RECORD; a letter from The American Heritage Foundation to Wilson congratulating him for his "fine talk at the AFA Convention;" 2 letters from Elliott L. Cushman (INDEPENDENT) & Wilson's reply re/ Congressman James Utt's remarks about the Warren-Nixon feud during presidential primaries; news update June 30, 1959 from the Pacific Southwest Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai R'rith sent Elliot Cushman to

Wilson; requests and thanks to Wilson for copies of CONGRESSIONAL RECORD & list of names receiving the RECORD.

Folder 9: Congressional Record, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, office notes, news clippings and other items. Examples are: "Notice" copies indicating action on mailing list for CONGRESSIONAL RECORD; a letter from George A. Theobold, Jr. & Wilson's reply re/ "your remarks on 'On the Potential Power of the Moderates,' May 13, 1963" and request for a copy of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD to use in the class room; Nov. 27, 1963 letter from Wilson and news clipping form WASHINGTON EVENING STAR re/ blaming Castro for the Kennedy Assassination and taking blame away from Dallas; postal card from Coronado constituents Mr. & Mrs. L.B. Ensey, Wilson's reply re/ "Dan Smoots report of 27 May 1963" and giving Wilson's voting record  100% as well as anti-foreign aid and anti-United Nations commentary; Republican National Committee request to place James L. Flournoy name on the RECORD'S mailing list; Memorandum to Marge from Ed G re/ LOOK magazine comment on "All American City title" for San Diego; letter & Newsletter from American Freedom Network (Bonita, CA) & 2 page copy of Vignette #41 featuring "Questions about 'The Welfare State' (with answers)" which appeared in to RECORD & other examples of political messages and requests for placing them in the RECORD.
Folder 10: Congressional Record, 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, notes, postal cards & other items. Examples are: copies of pages of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD featuring remarks by Hon. Bob Wilson; requests for copies of the RECORD from constituents, corresp. (Feb. 1964) from the Advertising Assn. of the West & its Jan. 26, 1964 "Resolution" re/ the U.S. Surgeon General's recent commentary on cigarette smoking and tobacco use and Assn's desire to limit FTC regulation of advertisers; Memo to the Boss from Cathy (2/6/64) re/ Advertising Assn. resolutions and FTC;  letters & resolution from the Byelorussian-American Assn., Inc. & Wilson's reply re/ 46th anniversary of proclaiming "National and State Independence by the Byelorussian people;" copies of Wilson's insert in RECORD of 4/15/64 re/ professional sports legislation to qualify conflicting opinions from the Supreme Court & copy of this bill; copies of "RECORD INSERTION" for April 24, 1964 re/ commendation of the Navy's Submarine Service; letters from El Cajon constitutent Charles T. Franklin, Wilson's replies re/ personal matters, politics and veterans affairs; copies of S. 2391 "A Bill To limit the applicability of the antitrust laws so as to exempt certain aspects of designated professional team sports. . . .; and a copy of an "Insertion for the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD [by Wilson]. . . a resolution adopted by the Fish and Cannery Workers . . . [on the] importance of the fisheries industry to this nation;"
Folder 11: Congressional Record, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, copies of the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, news releases, news clippings and other items. Examples are: reprint of RECORD for 10/3/64 -- "Congressman Bob Wilson Reviews His 12 Years of Congressional Service" (2 pages); June 1, 1964 News Release from the American Municipal Assn. "Nine Cities to be Honored" & commentary (3 pages); a letter from San Diego constituent Larry Peterson, attached editorial "The All-Purpose Aircraft," AVIATION WEEK . . . (8/3/64) & Wilson's reply re/ complaints against President Johnson & Pierre Salinger's appointment to replace "the late Mr. Engles Senate seat;" Wilson's inclusion in the RECORD of Ed Delaney's TRUTH FORUM; commentary on the new Patent Office Building and other matters; copies of Congressman Wilson's "American Baptists and Tithing" (RECORD, 5/27/64) & order for 30,000 reprints to be sent to the Baptist convention & to bill Herb Bryant; a copy of Wilson's extension of remarks "Is the United States Really a 'Worn-Out Horse'?" a letter from a Worried American Citizen (May 4, 1964 in the RECORD); letter to Wilson from the Tolle Co. (9/23/64) re/ mass mailing and non-political material under Wilson's franking authority; letters with commentaries on Americans of Byelorussian descent, former President Herbert Hoover, Panama Canal, editorial on President Kennedy's assassination by Edward T. Austin (Rohr Corp.) in the company's 1963 Winter Magazine & other items.
Folder 12: Congressional Record: Requests, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters requesting to be on a list to receive the Congressional Record. Examples are: Mrs. Mildred Sandknop (Montana), Edward F. Terrar, Jr. (San Diego), Archie H. Hicks,Sr. (San Diego), Mrs. Shirley Mundschenk (Chula Vista), Harry S. Morris (TMC-USN-Ret.-U.S. Naval Ex. Apprentice Assn.), W.E. Parma (Riverside), a collection of letters from Congressman Wilson, Mrs. Irene Janseen (FPO San Franscisco) & the Office of the Secretary of Defense re/ personal information, & a request from Chula Vista constituent Grace Hudson to have her name taken off the list-- "It is just too bulky and too much too digest. . . ."
Folder 13: Congressional Record: Requests, 1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters requesting to be placed on the list to receive the Congressional Record. Examples are: A letter from Congressman Wilson to constituent R. W. Marshall indicating that "my allotment for the Congressional Record is filled. . . . We are forwarding to you separate cover fifty copies . . . for use in your civics class," Mrs. Betty Price (Ramona High School), letters indicating adding and deleting names to the list, University of San Diego Library requesting bound volumes of the Record, Will C. Crawford High School & other high schools' requests for there libraries & other requests such as the "Chula Vista Women's Republican Club."
Folder 14: Congressional Record: Requests, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters requesting being added or deleted to a list to receive the Congressional Record. Examples are: Miss Kathleen Zaworski (Chathedral Girls' High School), Dr. Gaylord B. Parkinson (El Cajon), Edward R. Koon (San Diego Post Office and political comment), Point Loma High School Librarian, political comments in Memo from LWL to RCW re/ constituents Mr. & Mrs. R. Dail Gowdy & request for Record, request from "County Subversive Chairman for the American Legion," & other concerned commentaries by Wilson's staff for making military service aware of issues. & a letter from Chula Vista constituent F. C. Collins, Jr & Republican praise for Wilson.
Folder 15: Committees: Post Office & Civil Service, 1955-1956Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & telegrams. Examples are: Wilson's & his admin. asst. E.F. Terrar, Jr.'s letters to Charles Johnson (Counsel, House Post Office and Civil Service Committee) re/ communications concerning "the case now before this Department against Dr. R.G. Wilborn and the 'Health Research" at Molkelumne Hill, California" & telegrams & letters to A.R. Byrd (President, North Island Assn. NC re/ Johnston Retirement Bill S2875.
Folder 16: Commitees: Post Office & Civil Service, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Committees: Post Office & Civil Service, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
A collection letters, statements, a news clipping & other data. Examples are: copy of a 3 page "Statement by Congressman Bob Wilson before the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee relative to pay increase for employees of the Post Office Department" (6/14/57); copy of a 3 page "Statement on the Postal Rate Increase" by Bob Wilson (n.d.); a July 9, 1957 letter to Wilson from Los Angeles Chapter No. 3 National Assn. of Retired Civil Employees thanking him for giving "your powerful support for our Bill H.R. 4;" Press release from Congressman Tom Murray (Chairman, Committee on Post Office. . ., May 7, 1957) containing a report from the Executive Office of the President opposing pay increase for Federal employees & Congressman Murray's opposition to H.R. 2474; a 4 page copy of "Major Legislative Problems Facing the Committee in the 85th Congress" (2/7/57); a copy of "Statement By Congressman Bob Wilson . . . Subcommittee relative to an increase in annuities payable to retired employees of the Federal Government" re/ H.R. 5213; a letter from a constituent, James C. Coble & Wilson's reply requesting information on H.R. 2803 & 2804; letters from constituent Dorothy M. Halley, Congressmen Wilson & Murray re/ "the relationship of veteran's benefits provisions to the employment of nonveteran Federal employees;" news clipping from the S.D. Union (5/25/58) re/ "Civil Service Raise Forecast By Rep. Wilson;" & many more letters related to income and medical issues for federal employees including a copy of "Summary of Activities of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service During the Eighty-Fifth Congress - Sept. 11, 1958."
Folder 17: Committees: Post Office & Civil Service, 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters and a few news clippings. Examples are: letters from Congressman Wilson & Chula Vista constituents Ben Taylor, Eric Meek & Ralph Grant re/ sick leave and mustering out pay; letters from Isaac Joseph (Chief of Section, Bureau of Retirement and Insurance), constituent Mrs. William W. Ferguson, Congressman Wilson & Murray re/ Civil Service Retirement Act and widow benefits; copies of letters from Coronado constituent Theresa E. Alexander, Congressmen Wilson & Murray & "Government Contributions For Coverage of Non-Dependent Husbands Under Federal Employees Benefits Act of 1959;" letters from Charles E. Johnson (Counsel, Committee on Post Office and Civil Service), Leon Parma (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), Ira D. Cate (CA Assn. of County Office Employees), Congressmen Wilson & Murray re/ "fringe benefits for NASCOE empoyees; news clippings from THE SOUTHERN CROSS (June & July 1959) re/ "Drive Against Smut," "Krenning Cites Huge Increase In Obscene Mail" & others.
Folder 18: Committees: Post Office and Civil Service, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, 1 memorandum & 1 telegram. Examples are: letters from constituent C. H. Donaldson & Congressmen Wilson & Murray re/ "a plan for partial crediting of accumulated sick leave for retirement purposes;" letters from Paul S. Leighton (Railway Express Agency, S.D.) & Congressman Wilson and attached copy of "Memorandum Re Repeal of Section 557 of Title 39 of the U.S. Code As Recommended by the Interstate Commerce Commission"  re/ H.R. 7055; letters from Clyde G. Kiess & others (Republican State Committee, Williamsport, PA.), Wilson's partisan response and copy of the State Committee's telegram requesting "an immediate halt to the illegal retirement and down-grading and resignation demand presently being forced through coercion and intimidation upon career civil service employees in the Post Office Department;" & letters from Coronado constituent Theresa Alexandra to Congressman Wilson & Murray re/ amending Federal Employees Health Benefits Act to help working wives with non-dependent husbands as costs.
Folder 19: Committees: Post Office & Civil Service, Jan. 1962Add to your cart.
Two items: a letter (1/17/62) from Tom Murray (Chairman) to Bob Wilson and "The enclosed Committee Print" -- "Amendment to be Offered by Chairman Murray to H.R. 7927, A Bill to Adjust Postal Rates, and for other purposes . . . January 18, 1962." (12 pp.). "for fiscal 1963 a balanced Federal Budget."
Folder 20: Committees: Post Office & Civil Service, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, statements & government reprints. Examples are: letters (Nov.-Dec, 1963) from Gael E. Pierce (Overseas Federation of Teachers, Local 1470, 3970th School Sqdn., APO N.Y.), Congressmen Wilson & Murray re/ questions about PL 86-91 & H.R. 7552 & inadequate raises for overseas teachers; a letter (9/10/63) from National Assn. of Letter Carriers & attached copy of "Statement By Jerome J. Keating, President . . . On Pay Legislation Before the House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service August 27, 1963" (4 pp.); letters from constituents of Wilson & his responses re/ reducing retirement age, discrimination against persons due to absenteeism from work; "transfer of social security credits to civil service retirement," a copy of "Duties of Census Enumerators and Advancing the Date of Economic Censuses Hearing Before the Committee . . . Eighty-Eighth Congress First Session. . . .," & other items.
Folder 21: Committees: Post Office & Civil Service, 1964Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & 1 government reprint. Examples are: extensive corresp. regarding "the practice of contracting out to private industry or the use of military personnel to perform work historically and successfully handled by Government civilian personnel;" "complaints of inequities within the San Diego Civil Service installations;" a copy of Congressman Tom Murray's letter (3/17/64) to President Johnson & a reprint of "Increased Pay Levels of Government Employees -- Communication from The President of the United States" (3/17/64) urging the House to reconsider and approve this legislation to increase pay levels; & a letter from constituent Robert E. Hery & Congressmen Bob Wilson & Chairman Murray responses re/ abuse of sick leave privileges and "featherbedding in civil service by retired military. . . " and retirement of people with more than 30 years service "to prevent layoffs of many more deserving people. . . ."
Folder 22: Committees: Post Office & Civil Service, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & 1 news clipping. Examples are: letters (Aug-Sept.) from constituent Earl R. Babbitt, Congressmen Bob Wilson & Tom Murray's responses, & a news clipping of letter in the S.D. Union re/ complaints about inadequate retirement computation after years of federal service; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1965) from constituent Mrs. Guy Z. Plummer & responses from Congressmen Wilson & Murray re/ "pending legislation which proposes to increase Civil Service retirement benefits;" & more interesting complaints and suggestions from San Diegans.
Folder 23: Committees: Rules, 1956-1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, press releases, & memorandums. Examples are: letters & a Presidential press release (1956) re/H.R. 5731 & proposed "quarters allowance payable to members of the Armed Forces;" a letter (12/10/57) from The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway & Congressman Wilson's response re/ the Power Brake Bill (H.R. 5124) & government regulation; a letter (1958) from San Diego Mayor Charles C. Dail, Wilson's replies & a letter from Rules Committee Chairman Howard W. Smith re/ House Resolution 231(mass transit study) being stalled in committee; "Personal" to Wilson from H. Allen Smith & note (1960); 1961 letter from Mrs. Marcella Weed (Napa, CA) & Wilson's reply re/ "liberal packed Rules Committee bottling up bills as well as other politically conservative complaints; & memorandum from Cathy to the Boss, letters & note re/ Republican opposition to enlargement of the Rules Committee (1962).
Folder 24: Committees: Senate, 1957-1964Add to your cart.
A collection of telegrams, letters, press release, reprint from the Congressional Record & memorandums. Examples are: "Fulbright's Effort to Reduce Small Corporation Tax;" letter from Senator John Sparkman, copy of "Senate Small Business Committee" press release (8/5/57) & Wilson's reply; (1959) letters from constituent Ted A. Glover, Wilson's reply and a response from Senator Clinton Anderson re/ dangers of fallout from nuclear weapons testing; 2 letters (Jan-Feb. 1960) re/ "recent inspection tour of the water resource projects of the Soviet Union;" (1965) constituent's interest in Senate investigation of drug industry; a letter from John Guy Miller (Minority Staff Director, Senate Special Committee on Aging) & reproduction of minority views in Vol. 109, No. 173 of the Congressional Record for Tues. October 29, 1963" re/ "The Kerr-Mills Act -- Medical Assistance For The Aged" (2 pp.); other items related to foreign relations & diplomatic service (1963) & views on the Supreme Court & Internal Security by  political conservatives such as Pacific Beach constituent Cal Swalm & Wilson's responses to these issues (1964).
Folder 25: Committees: Select Comm. on Small Business, 1955Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & one telegram in four packets. Congressman Wilson's letter (3/3/55) to Chairman Wright Patman (Select Committee on Small Business) & Patman's reply re/ Wilson's comment in support of SBA because "one of the most difficult problems for a small businessman is the inequity of sufficient working capital to permit bidding on subcontracts of Government work;" letters (July-Aug., 1959) from Leon Westmoreland (managing editor, NAVY NEWS Magazine), Congressman Bob Wilson & Wright Patman re/ discussion on small businesses in San Diego & broader national issues at stake; letters (Jan. 1962) from constituent R.H. Brown & responses from Wilson & Patman re/ starting a small business in the aircraft industry, financial aid & competition from larger firms; & a telegram & letters (July-Sept. 1964) from William Goldy (President, Motor Parts West), Congressmen Bob Wilson & James Roosevelt & Wilson secretary Margaret Young re/ problems with Chrysler Corp. -- "San Diego being a high unemployment area needs small business as well as big business."
Folder 26: Committees: Public Works, 1955-1962Add to your cart.

A collection of letters, telegrams, press releases and official statements regarding this topic. Examples are: a 4 page letter (7/15/55) from the Secretary of the Army Robert T. Stevens to the Honorable Charles A. Buckley (Chairman, Committee on Public Works) re/ bills concerning federal participation in the costs of protecting privately owned property as well as the shores of publicly owned property; 2 anti-tax letters from constituents protesting the passage of H.R. 4266 to amend the T.V.A. Act; a copy of "Schedule of Inspections and Conferences of California Projects U.S. House of Representatives -1957 . . . Inspection of California Projects" (San Diego in late October & related telegrams of this visit); 12 page copy of the Statement of Walter W. Heller, "Executive Office of the President's Council of Economic Advisers" (3/26/62); 2 page press release from the U.

S. Dept.  of Labor (2/62) re/ "Areas of Continuous Substantial Unemployment" -- San Diego was within the "40 Major Areas;" Copies of statements by Sec. Ribicoff, Sec. Goldberg and Dir. David E. Bell  (3/26/62) before the Committee on Public Works; copy for "Immediate Release March 26, 1962 Office of the White House Press Secretary . . . The President today addressed letters to the Chairman of the House and Senate Public Works Committee recommending approval of a capital improvements program in economically depressed areas. The proposed program would involve obligational authority of $600 million and Fiscal Year 1963 expenditures of $350 million. Texts of letters attached;" & comments from Congressmen Jim Wright and Bob Wilson favorable to the Inter-American Highway.

Folder 27: Committees: Un-American Activities, 1953-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, statements, speeches and other items primarily addressing the conduct and activities of this committee and sub committee. Examples are: a letter (3/53) from Chula Vista constituent James Billings & Wilson's reply concerning Mr. Billings' concern that the committee was too critical of Protestant Churches and clergy; a collection of letters from constituents and Wilson and others, concerning the activities of the Committee -- most of these are favorable, but one constituent was quite critical of President Eisenhower; a letter from constituent Ralph R. Allen, enclosed copy of a speech by Aaron Sargent (Sons of the American Revolution) & Wilson's reply re/ praising anti-subversive activities and listing those Sargent thought needed investigation; a packet of letters from constituents & Wilson's replies concerning activities of the Subversive Activities Control Board during 1955; letters and a telegram (1957) from Wilson, Richard Arens (Dir. Committee on Un-American Activities), La Jolla constituent Max J. Kennedy, Louis S. Katz (Law Offices of Gostin and Katz), constituent Mrs. Carlton W. Smith, J. Edgar Hoover & a copy of The Los Angeles Daily Journal (3/28/57) all pertaining to anti-subversive activities; "Memo for Record" indicating Wilson being a guest of honor at a benefit sponsored by the ACLU; corresp. from constituent Harvey Furgatch criticizing Wilson recent vote in favor of the dismissal of government employees with Communist front affiliations & requesting Wilson's participation in a candidates' forum; and a letter (10/26/58) from Willard Carpenter (Associate Dir., ACLU) with attached copy of a political advertisement "'WHO CAN DEFINE THE MEANING OF UN-AMERICAN?' Chief Justice Earl Warren."
Folder 28: Committees: Un-American Activities, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, notes, memos, listing of names, petitions, postal cards, news clippings & other items. Examples are: Office note to Margie re/ constituent interest in obtaining a copy of the film "Operation Abolition" that focused on student riots in San Francisco & stressed communist influence; copies of letters and petitions pro and con that concerned the projected transference of the Un-American Committee to the Judiciary Committee; multipage listing of names & their personal information of San Diegans that supporters of the Committee might wish to have investigated - this a very politically partisan list; constituent corresp. in support of Wilson's conservatism and others that challenged his positions; a letter (1/5/59) from constituent Richard R. Allen & attached copy of "Petition Opposing the Campaign to Abolish House Committee on Un-American Activities;" 1 letter from Pine Valley constituent H.C. Morgan & Wilson's reply re/ Morgan's long letter making accusations about communist infiltration in the CCC; a group of letters regarding a "Teachers' Suit" and other information as to a projected Committee hearing involving California teachers; letters regarding the so-called "riots" in San Francisco & alleged Communist activities in May 1960; a packet of corresp. from constituents, Native Daughters of the Golden West and the American Legion attempting "to obtain the removal of murals in the Rincon Annex Post Office in San Francisco" as adopted by the California legislature; letters (March 1960) from constituent J. Michael Schaefer & Wilson's reply re/ Mr. Schaefers's active support for anti-communist causes, Congressman Wilson & Young Republicans on university campuses; letters & news clippings related to George Rockwell (American Nazi Party) & the need for the Un-American Activities to investigate this organization; a letter (6/27/60) from La Mesa constituents praising Congressman James Roosevelt's speech to the House on April 25, 1960 supporting "the long overdue demise of this un-American Committee;" more letters from constituents praising the committee and Wilson; a large packet of information amassed by Wilson from the Library of Congress American Law Division listing "laws which have been passed as the result of action by the House Un-American Activities Committee for the years 1957-1960" in response to an El Cajon constituent's complaint that the committee had spent over one and quarter million dollars with little to show for it.
Folder 29: Committees: Un-American Activities, 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, excerpts from the Congressional Record, news reports, magazine articles & other items. Examples are: a letter from La Mesa constitutent Jeanne Berger and a copy  of "Red Stars - #4 The Reds are back in Hollywood" -- a small tract promoting anti communism; Congressman Wilson's responses to several constituent letters stressing anti-communist quieries about various organizations; a letter from constituent John E. Wirges & Wilson's response re/ congrats on his re-election, activities of Mr. Wirges in his anti-communist crusade & Wilson's recommendation for the film "Operation Abolition;" copies of letters from Congressman Francis Walters (Chairman, Committee on Un-American Activities); a pamphlet from the "National Committee To Abolish the Un-American Activities Committee" with excerpts from The Washington Post; pamphlet with photos showing "Nazi support the House Committee on Un-American Activities" & "God Bless Congressman Walters;" newsclipping from the El Cajon Valley News (1-12-61), "Let's Stop Scaring Nice Ladies" re/ a talk to a local Republican Women's club by Convair Executive; 4 pages from Tues. Jan. 24, 1961 Congressional Record featuring Congressman Walter's "Reply To Ad in Washington Post; a small packet of letters from constituent J. Donald Hughes (The Wesley Foundation, SDSC), Wilson's replies & a copy of The Christian Century re/ controversy over the Committee's activities; a copy of "Rules of Procedure" for the Committee; copy of a full page ad from the Washington Post (1/2/61) re/ "Petition to the House of the 87th Congress . . . to eliminate the House Committee on Un-American Activities as a Standing Committee;" & copies of an essay in the National Review (5/6/61) & a speech in the  Congressional Record (3/21/61) touting the film "Operation Abolition."
Folder 30: Committees: Un-American Activities, 1962Add to your cart.
The bulk of this folder contains copies of a script used for an NBC special "Regards to George M. Cohan" (Sunday, March 4, 1962) & Congressman Wilson's alarm at certain portions of the program and a desire to have the participants investigated by the Committee on Un-American Activities."
Folder 31: Committees: Un-American Activities, March 1965Add to your cart.
One letter from constituent Joyce Resnick and Wilson's reply re/ a research paper request for information on the Committee.
Folder 32: Committees: Veterans Affairs, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
Primarily letters, a few telegrams and a number of excerpts from the Congressional Record. Examples are: A letter from Coronado constituent Mrs. Theresa E. Alexander & Wilson's reply re/ Gold Star Wives' Service and Welfare Fund and alleged unethical behavior; a packet of 15 pages from Harry L. Malin (Public Account) re/ "IN THE MATTER OF Gold Star Wives of America, Inc. -- Exhibits A -D & Comments; a letter from constituent Donald Morgan Hurd & Wilson's reply re/ "proposing that disability compensation for peacetime and wartime disability be equal;" printed excerpt from the Congressional Record -- "Remarks of Hon. John Phillips . . . April 1, 1953 re/ "Veterans' Administration Appropriations;" "Excerpts From Booz, Allen & Hamilton Survey of the Veterans' Administration," 18 pages; a letter (4/10/53) to Wilson from Lewis K. Gough (National Commander, American Legion) & attached copies of "Analysis of certain portions of speeches made on the floor of the House of Representatives, April  1 and 2, 1953, discussing appropriations for veterans programs;" a copy fo "Summary of Veterans' Legislation Reported 85th Congress -- Laws Enacted," 12 pages.
Folder 33: Committees: Veterans Affairs, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
a few letters & a memorandum, but primarily reports & other items. Examples are: copies of "Summary of Veterans' Legislation Reported 86th Congress, Laws Enacted" (18 pages); a copy of "Non-Service-Connected Pensions H.R. 6432" (6 pages); a copy of "Message of the President . . . Veterans Pensions" -- a booklet produced by the Veterans Administration.
Folder 34: Committees: Veterans Affairs, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
Letters, statements, reports & other information. Examples are: A copy of "Statement of John E. Erickson, National Commander Veterans of World War I of the U.S.A. Before the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs . . . March 8, 1961" (9 pages); a packet of letters from constituent Mrs. Therese Alexander, Congressmen Bob Wilson and Olin Teague re/ Gold Star Wives, P.L. 84-881 & World War I survivors benefits; a letter from constituent Paul A. Hay, Sr. (disabled veteran) & Wilson's replay re/ difficulty finding employment & suggestion that the Senate established a veterans affairs committee; a copy of "Facts Regarding Non-Service-Connected Pension Legislation" (5 pages) & a copy of Chairman Olin Teague's letter (1/30/62) to John Bashara, Sr., National Commander, Veterans of World War I re/ the controversy over pensions for non-service-related issues.
Folder 35: Committees: Veterans Affairs, 1963Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters and a few reports. Examples are: A letter from Coronado constituent Mrs. Henry T. Stanley & Wilson's response re/ a Navy Captain's widow's failure to get just compensation from the VA; a small packet of corresp. between Al. F. Jones (Legislative Officer, Dept. of California, Veterans of World War I of U.S.A. & Congressman Wilson re/ pension bill and Chairman Teague's "obstructionist tactics;"  a packet of letters from constituents Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Zeller, Congressmen Teague and Wilson re/ "the program of benefits available to widows of career military personnel;" news clipping from the San Diego Union (8/20/63) "House Oks Aid Increase for Vet Kin" -- children of totally disabled veterans and military widows & letters from El Cajon constituent C. W. Hoover' Congressmen Wilson & Teague re/ parity in compensation for peace time vets.
Folder 36: Committees: Veterans Affairs, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters. Examples are: A letter from constituent Joseph K.L. Schwetz & Wilson's reply re/ "status of Korean G.I. Bill due to expire in January 1965;" a letter from another constituent & Korean War veteran, Frederick F. Bowles, & Wilson's reply re/ unemployment & extending G.I. Bill for Korean veterans; letters from Col. O.E. Musgrove, AUS-Ret., Congressmen Teague and Wilson re/ disparity in military pensions; letters from constituent Theresa Alexander, Congressmen Burt Talcott & Bob Wilson re/ H.R. 5852 & compensation issues; letters from Congressman Olin Teague re/ Wilson constituents & "Pension: Income Limitations."
Folder 37: Committees: Ways & Means, 1956-1958Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters, some news clippings and a copy of a statement before the committee. Examples are; Letters from constituent Fred J. Scheel, Congressman Wilson, Minority Advisor Russell E. Train re/ a delayed response to Mr. Scheel's problem with the IRS; a letter from Fred H. Smith (Smith Publicity Co.) & Wilson's reply re/ laws which make it "obligatory to use only manufactured materials produced in the United States;" a July 1 , 1957 memorandum to Wilson from Ed Terrar re/ Sadlac Bill, high surtax rates & forcing a reduction in Federal expenditures; a small packet of letters from the Associated General Contractors of America, San Diego County Construction Laborers Group Insurance, The Treasury Department & Congressman Wilson re/ income tax code, pensions, profit sharing & bonus plans; & "Excerpts from Statement of O.R. Strackbein, Chairman The Nation-Wide Committee on Import-Export Policy on Executive Domination Over Tariff and Trade Administration" Sept. 1, 1957 (9 pages).
Folder 38: Committees: Ways and Means, i959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters largely focusing on tax matters from various constituents and Wilson's replies to these as well as to other Congressmen such as Chairman Wilbur Mills. Examples are: Letter (1/3/59) from CPA Carl M. Esenoff & Wilson's reply re/ politics and non-interest-bearing certificates; letters (Dec. 1959-Jan. 1960) from W.H. Shattuck, Jr. ( V.P., First National Bank), Congressmen Wilson & Mills re/ discussion on limiting interest deduction on  home mortgages & placing limits on entertainment deductions; letters (Jan. -Feb. 1960) from constituent D.W. Miller & Congressmen Mills and Wilson re/ inconsistency between Social Security & Railroad Retirement & public retirement income. Tax on the latter none on the former; letters (Dec. 1959-Feb. 1960 from constituent Louis Valence & Congressmen Mills & Wilson re/ Mr. Valance's extensive critique and suggestions on "the whole federal tax structure;" other letters in this collection deal with gasoline taxes, pensions, Social Security (i.e. "Modern Up-To-Date Pension Plan" as proposed by constituent D.H. Coffey); & a copy of H.R. 3149 "A Bill to equalize taxation and provide revenue;"
Folder 39: Committees: Ways and Means, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection letters on such topics as President Kennedy's "proposals relating to the $50 dividend exclusion and 4% dividend credit;" a discussion of how the income tax has changed. "Before 1942 . . . [it] applied to a small proportion of the population;"  several letters from Descanso constituents praising conservative, anti-communist stances and requesting more investigations of public figures (not much here on taxation, however); also many more letters from constituents praising Congressman Wilson & requesting his assistance in tax matters.
Folder 40: Committees: Ways and Means, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from constituents and several Congressmen such as Wilson, Mills & Pelly. Topics include: the H. R. 8847 the "du Pont Bill;" "a serious bipartisan effort to stop new backdoor spending programs;" a concern about those over 75 who receive too little in Social Security payments; praise for Wilson and Goldwater for "your stand against the State Department and the Wonder Boy from Hyannis Port;" discussions on "the so-called 'King Bill," H.R. 4222, to provide medical care for the aged under the Social Security program;" a copy of H.R. 10981 . . . A Bill To provide for the medical and hospital care of the aged. . . ." & other issues in this folder.
Folder 41: Committees: Ways and Means, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, statements and reports on such topics as inadequate Social Security payments, medical needs, civil service, employment limitations while receiving Social Security, "the President's 1963 Tax Message," an extensive commentary from R. H. Fleet (Convair) re/ capitalism and tax policies, commentary on the Keogh Bill from the Foodmaker Corp., "Statement of G. Keith Funston, President, New York Stock Exchange Before the House Ways and Means Committee, March 5, 1963 & Exhibits & a brochure "On the Effects of Reducing the Capital Gain Tax Rate" (18 pages) & a letter from T. Claude Ryan (Chairman of the Board, Ryan Aeronautical Co.) on the topic of capital gains & other issues.
Folder 42: Committees: Ways and Means, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters on such topics as: clarification for a constituent on deductions for interest on home loans, real estate taxes, state and local sales taxes, and state income taxes and the Revenue Act of 1964; sale of home, age 65 or older & tax exclusions; proposed "federal gun legislation is appropriate" with petition signers & qualifications & other corresp.  related to tax policies.
Box 18: Congressional Library of CongressAdd to your cart.
Congressional Library of Congress, 1954-65; Record Inserts Request for 1953-1958 1st Session 85th Congress, 2nd Session 84th Congress; Congressional Records 1965, Congressional Staff, Directory being published 1959; Crime 1957-1963; Disasters 1954-1963
Folder 1: Congressional: Library of Congress, 1954-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, "Request for Research" forms, reports, memos, government documents & other items.  Examples are: a letter from Legare H.B. Obear (Chief of Loan Division) re/ a list of books charged to Wilson's account (1/58-5/60); a five page list entitled "Some Indicators of Economic Strength, U.S., West Europe, and the U.S.S.R." compiled by Leon M. Herman (Specialist in Soviet Economics) - May 13, 1960; two letters (1959) from El Cajon constituent Dr. Gaylord B. Parkinson to Leon W, Parma (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) & enclosed copy of "a letter from the State Franchise Tax Board re/ surplus books available from the Library of Congress & other personal matters- there are other letters between Parma and Dr. Parkinson in this folder; "Request for Research" from from Leon Parma and enclosed copy of "Our American Government,"  House Doc. No. 386 (Ap. 1958); and more lists of books checked to Wilson from the Library of Congress.
Folder 2: Congressional: Library of Congress, 1958-1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, lists of books from the Library, request forms, reports & other items. Examples are: a copy of Wilson's letter (1/10/60) requesting a "bibliography of magazines, articles and/or books on management and administration of charitable foundations" & attached 3 page list from the "Legislative Reference Service;" a copy of "The International Court of Justice and Proposed Withdrawal of the Connally Amendment: Arguments Pro and Con," Foreign Affairs Div., The Library of Congress Legislative Reference Service (3/29/60 & 14 pp.); letters (1960) from Mrs. Geraldine Haynes (Supervisor Technical Processes, San Diego State College), Nathan R. Einhorn (Asst. Chief Exchange and Gift Div., Library of Congress), Congressman Wilson re/ SDSC's "need of all of the permanent edition volumes of the Congressional Record beginning with the 85th Congress, 2nd Session, January 1958 to present;" a 4 page list of Legislative Reference Service personnel, their titles and phone numbers; a 10 page copy of "Conflict of Interest," a study of cases & analysis by Mary Louise Ramsay, American Law Div., 1951-1960; lists from the Library of Congress of materials checked out by Congressman Wilson & staff members such as Parma, Parham & Young; corresp. re/ paintings given to the Library by Mrs. Joseph Keppler, Jr.;  and letters from the San Diego College for Women, University of San Diego re/ Congressional Record and missing volumes.
Folder 3: Congressfoeional: Library of Congress, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, lists of books charged to Congressman Wilson & his staff, reports and speeches & other items. Examples are: a letter (1/4/62) from Wilson to the Legislative Reference Desk requesting "copies of all Herblock cartoons dealing with Castro and/ or Cuba;" a 2 page  Library list (12/4/61) of books & materials issued to Bob Wilson and staff from 1/58 to 10/61; letters from Wilson's constituents requesting assistance in obtaining Library of Congress materials; a copy of James Sayler, History and Government Division, "The Right of Assembly A Draft Speech Prepared According to the Instruction of the Honorable Bob Wilson" (1/31/62), 4 pages; a collection of materials regarding "Senior Citizen Legislation" prepared for Wilson in response to requests from Senior Activities, Inc. of San Diego County; and a collection of letters and items re/ Mr. Frank Hutchinson's S.D.S.C Master's thesis, "Uenustat, A Phonetic Spelling System For American Speech" (Julu 1962).
Folder 4: Congressional: Library of Congress, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandum, reports, articles, news clippings, lists of books & materials checked out to Wilson & his staff. Examples are: a letter from Lemon Grove constituent G. Ray Graham, Wilson's reply & a copy of Raymond J. Celada, Legislative Attorney, "Electoral College method of filling a vacancy in the office of the Vice President" (12/18/63); corresp. from constituent Miss Carol Reed, Wilson's replies and responses from the Library of Congress re/ request for information on copyright law & resulting response with 4 pages of information from the Copyright Office; a 4 page list of "Shoplifting Statutes" (12/10/63) from the Legislative Reference Service in response to Wilson's inquiry; response to inquiry from California Western University for Congressional Records; a gossipy memo (9/22/63) from LWL to MMY re/ the return of two books on the American Revolution & "Leon's Memo from 8 Oct. 1959 explaining why I kept these such an unreasonable length of time;" a news clipping from the Wall Street Journal (7/3/63) "Harvard Talks Back Protest Against Federal Control Is Partial Success" re/ a dispute with the Atomic Energy Commission; Congressman Wilson's list of those in his office authorized to obtain books and other material from the Library of Congress -- Young, Parham, Bowen, Dunn & Gillenwaters; lists of books and materials checked out to Wilson and staff; & a "List of Vacancies, March 11, 1963," Personnel Office, Library of Congress.
Folder 5: Congressional: Library of Congress, 1963-1964Add to your cart.

A collection of letters, invoices and other items. Examples are: a letter from Coronado constituent Lloyd M. Harmon (President-Elect, San Diego Chapter of the S.A.R.), Congressman Wilson's replies re/ the need for assistance in finding a bibliography of Revolutionary War literature; inquiries related to Braille level books from the Govt. Printing Office; letter from constituent Victor A. Schmitt, Wilson's reply and enclosed response from the Legislative Reference Service re/ Executive Document No. 41 & Senate Document No. 7, 30th Congress, 1st, Session. Out of print for years, but copies available in libraries; copy of June 16, 1964 list of materials checked out to Wilson and staff (4/60-5/64); a letter from constituent Charles E. Stoll, a reply from Margaret Young (Wilson's Secretary) & a copy of the Legislative Reference Service, Economic Division's "Sources of Information on congressional criticism of 'profit pyramiding' by defense industries" re/ Mr. Stoll's M.A. thesis for SDSC; more lists of materials from the Library checked out to Wilson and his staff; copy of Library of Congress invoice re/ photograph reproduction from Architect's magazine; response to request from Wilson and constituent re/ American Law Division on "Suspension of National Elections" during Eisenhower Administration & enclosed list of California Depository Libraries; a letter from La Mesa constituent R. J. Ogden (La Mesa Electric Co.), Wilson's reply & enclosed copy of the American Law Division's "Flag, display at night" 3 page letter (12/4/64);

and a collection of corresp. on the subject "United States credit to the Soviet Union."

Folder 6: Congressional: Library of Congress, 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes and lists of books from the Library Congress. Examples are: Instructions to Mrs. Louise Lynch (San Diego) from Congressman Wilson re/ requesting information from the Library of Congress & adding Mrs Lynch's name to Wilson's list as an employee using the library's Legislative Reference Service; a number of letters from Legare H. B. Obear (Chief of Loan Divison) to Wilson listing the books "charged to you on the dates indicated"-- a Jan. 8, 1965 listing indicated the following names associated with Wilson's office -- Parham, Jamison, self, Young & Gillenwaters; several letters & office notes re/ constituent Buren Schryock's difficulties with the Copyright Office and Wilson's attempts to assist Mr. Schryock; several letters from Congressmen Burleson & Wilson, constituent Mr. John B. Smyth (Publication Services), L. Quincy Mumford (Librarian of Congress) & Alpheus L. Walter (Chief, Card Division) re/ obtaining sets of Library of Congress cards; a memo & letters from Edgar Gillenwaters,  Richard G. Capen, Jr. (Copley Newspapers) & Selwyn B. Walters (History and Government Division) re/ quotes from Abraham Lincoln on "Negro Suffrage" & "20 tickets for the $100.00 a plate dinner."
Folder 7: Congressional: Record of Inserts - Requests for, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, excerpts from speeches, and copies of pages from the Congressional Record. Examples are: 1 page copy of Wilson's speech to Congress on July 27, 1953 re/ inadequate compensation "for cadets and midshipmen of our Services Academies;" copies of other speeches given by Congressman Wilson re/ topics such as "cost-of-living pay bill for members of the armed services" & providing "medical care for dependents of service personnel;" excerpt from the Congressional Record (84th Cong., 1st. Sess.) re/ Hon. Bob Wilson's remarks on "Problems of the American Tuna Industry" (3 pp. 7/27/55); a Dept. of Interior pamphlet entitled "facts about Mission 66;" a letter (31 May 1956) from Robert E. Fudge, YN1, USN Navy Section, MAAG Portugal, Wilson's reply and enclosed 1 page of OUR NAVY (1 Feb. 1956) re/ thanking Wilson for his support on the FRA conventions and making suggestions about the Mutual Security Pack; and letters from Kalmbach Publishing Co., The City of San Diego, Security Trust and Savings Bank, The Valley News, National Canners Assn., The San Diego Union & Adm. Robert B. Carney (Chief of Naval Operations) -- all of these deal with a variety of topics and contain political and personal information as well.
Folder 8: Congressional Record Inserts, 1956 & 1958Add to your cart.
Pages of excerpts from the Congressional Record-House & Appendix Jan. to July 1956 and also from 1958. Most focus on Congressman Wilson's remarks or inserts he placed in the record. Topics include "Gains In National Defense Under Eisenhower Administration" July 19, 1956 (pp. 12378 -12390; "Missile Progress Exceeds Estimate" June 27, 1956 (pp. A5093-A5094); "as the only advertising man in Congress" July 2, 1956 (10549-10550); Tuna industry Feb. 16, 1956 (p. 2362) & many other topics.
Folder 9: Congressional Records Inserts, 1957Add to your cart.
Primarily items covered by the 85th Congress, 1st. Session. Examples are: 12 pages of clippings from the Congressional Record for the dates Jan. 7, 1957 through Aug. 21, 1957 featuring Bob Wilson's remarks on such topics as the situation in Hungary, "Beware of Efforts to 'Prussianize' the Joint Chiefs of Staff;" "Outdoor Advertising and the New Superhighways," "Rockets Open United States to Red Sub  Attack;" an editorial from the San Diego Union discussing the "illusionary advantages of a single military service;" "Rise of Naval Power Should Cause Concern in the West;" & "Pan American's 705 Data Processing Center in Action;" "The Enlisted Men--He Knows What They Think" (Chief Journalist William J. Miller) & "Charles E. Lofgren, National Secretary, Fleet Reserve Assn.; and letters from the Secretary of the Navy and the Chief of Naval Operations.
Folder 10: Congressional Record Inserts, 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of material from the 85th Congress, 2nd Session. See the 3 page typed listing of page, date and subject indicating the main topics of Bob Wilson's inserts & comments in the Record from Jan. 8 thru Aug. 25, 1958. Some examples are: "Will One-Man Control Solve the Military Problem?;" "Talk of Supreme Commander Misses Constitutional Point;" "Atlas Forerunner Designed in 1946;" "The Tuna Fishing Industry;" "Is Inflation Really a Cure?;" "Truman and Missile Research Funds;" "An Anti Military Defense Bill;" "Memorial for a Forgotten Hero (Cabrillo);" "Medicare Free Choice Need Cited by Defense Department;" & "Nixon Has Guiding Hand in United States Mideast Policies."
Folder 11: Congressional Record Insert, 1964-1965Add to your cart.

A large collection of copies of speeches, letters, telegrams,excerpts from the Congressional Record and other items. Some examples are: draft of Congressman Wilson's comments honoring Congressman James H. Quillen; Wilson's remarks introducing a bill establishing a federal agency to promote oceanography; a Jan. 28, 1965 Appendix commentary on "Bad Buoys of the Sea;" a copy of "Hydrogam 1 Intelligence Briefings" (16 October 1964) re/ "Soviets Take Over Cuban Ocean Studies;" Wilson's comments on "The U.S. Navy Regional Finance Center in San Diego" no date listed; Record insert for San Diego Union editorial on "Communism Is Our Enemy" (B-2, 2/26/65);

a letter (2/4/65) from R.A. 'Bob' Means, National Secretary, Fleet Reserve Assn. & Wilson's reply re/placing an artlcle by Major Marion T. Wood on military pay in the Congressional Record; comments by Wilson (n.d.) critiquing Secretary of Defense McNamara; an anti-tax message as to the excise tax on communications & cites Pacific Telephone's Southern Counties Newsletter TELE-DIGEST March 10th; a 4 page list of "Distribution of the Daily Congressional Record," 88th Cong., as mailed to Bob Wilson; 9 page copy of "Statement by Admiral John M. Will, Chairman of the Board, American Export Isbrandtsen Lines, Inc. before the Reactors Subcommittee of the General Advisory Committee to the U. S. Atomic Energy Committee, May 25, 1965 re/ "application of nuclear propulsion to merchant shipping" & related documents attached; Wilson's insert of "Dutch Wills' speech in the June 2 Record (A2816) "The Enemy Is Apathy" and a photocopy of "Presidential Citation" for the U.S. Navy Regional Finance Center San Diego."

Folder 12: Congressional Staff Directory, 1959Add to your cart.
Only three items in this folder: a Pre-publication Announcement pamphlet for "The Congressional Staff Directory" & 2 letters from Charles B. Brownson, Editor to Leon W. Parma re/ Mr. Parma's selection for detailed biographical coverage as a key staff member.
Folder 13: Crimes, 1957-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & news letters. Issues & Topics covered include: White House Conference on Children and Youth; efforts of the Executive Branch to eliminate juvenile delinquency; complaint from inmate to Bureau of Prisons; a copy of American Institute of Religion (Vol. VII, No. 1, Sept. 161) re/ "Institute Provides Solution to Nation's Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Problem;" inquiry & response regarding Robert Stroud confined in Alcatraz Island Penitentiary; a S.D. attorney seeks information on the Military Code of Justice for a U.S. Marine facing a homicide charge; and California Community Councils Newsletters for Jan.-Feb. 1960 & Oct.-Nov. 1959.
Folder 14: Disasters, 1954-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, postal cards, bulletins, a 1959 National Forest Map of California re/dry weather & fires, & a large folder entitled "California Disaster Office INFORMATION 1963 Legislative Session." Topics & events include: San Diego drought disaster for 1954; flood & hurricane (1956-1957); aircraft collision at Van Nuys in 1957; "Facts About American Red Cross Services" for the military; program for 1958 Science and Industry Conference and Exhibit - 1958" in  Balboa Park; earthquake in Montana in 1959 & importance of aid provided by Mr. & Mrs. Hank Powers; 1959 constituent letter on inadequate vehicle braking systems; & extensive comments on the 1961 Hollywood Hills fire.
Box 19: EducationAdd to your cart.
California Western University, 1956-1965; California University Bill; Education General, 1953-1965; Education Murry Metcalf Bill, 1959-1960; Public Law 815 and 874, 1953-1954
Folder 1: California Western University, 1956-1961Add to your cart.
A collection letters, telegrams, news letters & memorandum. Examples are: extensive corresp from University President William Rust, Congressman Wilson & the Depts. of HEW & PHA re/ a grant of a portion  of the Azura Vista Housing Project; a long letter (4/10/57) from Edmund T. Price (Campaign Mgr., California Western University) to Congressman Wilson requesting his support; a Feb. 12, 1958 telegram to William Rust from Bob Wilson -- "Congratulations on your acceptance of the assignment as Speaker at the Republican Men's League Luncheon;" News Release (1959) -- "Statement by Norman P. Mason, U.S. Housing Administrator" -- a critical view of a House bill proposing $5.8 billion, part of which would go for educational costs; news release from HHFA of approval of $556,000 loan to Cal West Univ. to build dormitories and dining facilities for 188 men students; a group of letters (Sept. - Dec. 1959) showing how a 9 vol. set of the "Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln" eventually was presented to the California Western University through Bob Wilson's actions; information on the National Science Foundation & the University's requests for monetary assistance; & a 1961 HHFA loan $1,123,000 to build housing facilities for 188 men and 188 women.
Folder 2: Education: California Western University, 1962Add to your cart.
Just 9 letters & 2 "Request for Research" applications to the Library of Congress in this folder. Letters from Miss Hazel Pulling (Librarian, CA West. Univ.), Nathan Einhorn (Library of Congress), President William Rust (CA West. Univ.) & Wilson's replies re/ bound volumes of the Congressional Record.
Folder 3: Education: California Western Universtity, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & one bulletin. Examples are: California Western University BULLETIN 1963-1964 - "School of Law" (40 pp); a packet of letters regarding Librarian Hazel Pulling's request to place CA West Univ. on the list as a government document depository for a number of crucial agencies; a letter (2/14/63) from Wilson's admin. asst. Ed Gillenwaters to B.B.F. Raynes re/ a news item indicating "Fred & Mrs. Rohr are going to dedicate the Rohr Hall at California Western University this Friday the 15th" & Mr. Gillenwaters' fears that the university had a "'liberal' and left-wing influence . . . .;" letters from Librarian Pulling, Wilson and others indicating CA West's success in obtaining government publications; and  letters indicating the university's interest in pursuing the study of Latin America and possible conferences.
Folder 4: Education: California Western University, 1964Add to your cart.
Letters from Dr. Howard O. Eaton, President William Rust, Congressman Wilson, a confidential list of members of "The League For Honest Government," & a draft copy of a joint resolution "which may be cited as 'Anti-corruption Resolution.'" (8 pp.). Both Democrats and Republican Senators and Representatives are listed as participants in the League in this search for a code of public ethics.
Folder 5: Education: California Western University, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters. Examples are: A letter (3/25/65) from Francis Keppel (U.S. Commissioner of Education) & Congressman Wilson (4/29/65) re/ phone call request of Superintendent Charles G. James (Coronado Unified School District) regarding news of public assistance grant of $234,080 to this district; letters and HHFA NEWS re/ $1,425, 000 College Housing Loan to California Western University; "HEW GRANT" (6/8/65) to University of "$272,00 for construction of Natural Science Bldg. and a new Science Hall;" a number of letters from Kendall S. Squires (Lead-Articles Editor, California Western Law Review), Congressman Wilson, U.S. Govt. Printing Office, and Dept. of State re/ acquiring copies of International Digest of International Law and Arbitration Series.
Folder 6: Education: California Western University Bill, no date listedAdd to your cart.
copies of "Bob Wilson Government Operations" 3 pages of "To authorize and direct the conveyance of certain property in the City of San Diego to the regents of the California Western University;" and 1 copy of "California Western University GSA 183-4912 title deed description, 5 pages.
Folder 7: Education: Federal Aid, 1961Add to your cart.

A small collection of letters, notes and telegrams.

Examples are: Info to Supt. Ralph Dailard re/ $2,300,00 Title II for S.D.; telegram from President of Coronado Board of Education and Wilson's reply re/ Public Law #874 loss of funds; telegram from John Borchers (Gen. Mgr. Chamber of Commerce & Wilson's reply re/ loss of Federal impact area funds; Office of Education (HEW) News Release (7/5/61) addressing concerns about "A Federal Education Agency for the Future" proposal; and 1 letter from Cecil D. Hardesty (Secretary, Dept. of Education, S.D. County) and Wilson's reply re/ opposition "to general federal aid to education."

Folder 8: Education: Federal Aid, 1963Add to your cart.
Page 60 excerpt from U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORTS (Feb. 11, 1963) re/ "Kennedy's Latest Plan For Aid To Schools;" a copy of a letter (4/4/63) from Dr. Gerald E. Howe to Dr. Norman E. Wollits (Loma Portal School), Wilson's reply & a copy of a "Loma Portal School" letter to "Parents and Friends" requesting responses to a series of questions. Dr. Howe's letter contains his responses to these questions.
Folder 9: Education: General, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, notes, telegrams, news clippings, & other items. Local and national issues are covered as to education policies, concerns of constituents, organizations, and others. Examples are: San Diego City Schools' concern for appropriations for Vocational Education, Veterans Hospital site in Linda Vista; Chula Vista City School District re/ passage of H.R. 815-- school construction; a copy of FSA Office of Education, Bulletin No. 16 (9/4/51) re/ certification of payments for school construction under PL 815; a copy of PL 815; 2 letters from Mrs. M. Wilbur (July 1956) & Wilson's reply (July 1956) re/ a constituent's concern with those who killed the education bill in the House. Wilson would have voted against the bill if he had been present; information and letters from those interested in supporting San Diego Christian Schools; a letter (3/14/56) from the San Diego Building & Construction Trades Council & Wilson's reply re/ Davis-Bacon provisions in the Highway Bil and the School Bill; a photocopy of THE DRY DOCK (7/20/56) "indicating publicity" & letters related to this; a letter (6/28/54) from Miss Mary Catherine Smith (S.D. CTA) & Wilson's reply re/ "We teachers are very much concerned about the attacks on the schools;" and many other topics and informational concerns in this folder.
Folder 10: Education: General, 1958Add to your cart.
A collection of letters covering a variety of topics such as: San Diego City School Board President Frank Lowe's letter (1/25/58) re/ Eisenhower's speech on our scientific struggle with Russia and the need for "'every school board and P.T.A. [to] scrutinize the local curriculum" & a packet of correspondence related to this concern and other issues such as a Washington-Lincoln Birthday Luncheon in San Diego; a statement from the San Diego County Federation of Republican Women opposing Federal Aid to Education; letters related to the topic of overseas schools and SB 3460; a letter from Chula Vista constituent Preston D. Huey, Sr., Wilson's reply and attached information from H.E.W. re/ "Financial Assistance For Students In Higher Education;" letters from constituent, Wilson & HEW regarding Wilson's visit to the San Diego Teachers Assn. office, legislation, taxes and other educational issues; and a letter from the Univ. of Detroit asking Wilson to participate in an interview for a educational television series that was being projected. Wilson indicated he would be pleased to cooperate.
Folder 11: Education: General, 1959Add to your cart.
Letters, notes, informational packets and other items. Examples are: a copy of "Where Do We Stand?" -- an informational set of tables produced by the Utah Education Assn.; 2 copies of Community Facilities Administration HHFA NEWS release (4/30/59) re/ "an advance of $14,065 for preliminary planning of an elementary school to be built in Imperial Beach, California;" Congressman Wilson's letter (6/1/59) thanking Supt. Ralph Dailard for sending him a list of seniors graduating this year (attached copy in folder) so he could mail them special certificates and Wilson's commentary about being disturbed about the NEA activity in San Diego with regard to the Murray-Metcalf Bill, which he called "an atrocious boomdoggle;" letters concerning physical qualifications for a a California teaching credential; Community Facilities Administration, HHFA, NEWS re/ advance planning of $56,305 for six elementary schools to be built in San Diego County; letters concerning interest in studying in the Soviet Union & the Dept. of State's response; and a packet of corresp. re/ the Institute of International Education exchange for foreign study.
Folder 12: Education: General, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandums, notes, brochures, official reports & other items. Examples are: letters from constituent Ed Warren, Congressman Wilson & Lloyd E. Blauch (Asst. Commissioner for Higher Education, HEW) re/ Mr. Warren's query as to qualifying "for a Federal loan to continue my education for a general secondary teaching credential;" more letters of a similar vein follow; "two copies of a press release" from HEW's Congressional Liaison Officer (19 Feb. 1959); copies of "Financial Assistance for Students In Higher Education, Federal Aid [&} Non-Federal Aid" & "Scholarship and Fellowship Information No. 19," (Dec. 1958); 2 letters from Wilson & office notes re/ "writing to Superintendent of schools in San Diego area relative to making presentation to pupils in senior class of 'America's Creed;'" letters from Wilson, Ralph Dailard (S.D. City School Superintendent) & constituent Miss Kathleen Day & attached copy of San Diego City Schools, "College Scholarships" (111 pages); and 3 brochures -- "The National Defense Student Loan Program" (1958), Institute of International Education, "Summer Study Abroad" & "Group Study Abroad."
Folder 13: Education, General, Jan-May 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, pamphlets, brochures, news clippings, telegrams and other items. Examples are: a letter from Superintendent Ralph Dailard to Congressman Wilson and attached copy of San Diego Community Welfare Council, "Study of School Lunch Program For Undernourished Children In San Diego County;" a letter from constituent Mrs. John F, Curren & Wilson's reply re/ support for the loyalty oath provisions in the National Defense Education Act; a packet containing a news clipping, letters, a telegram and notes re/ activities of Mrs. Ruth A. Green, an advocate for minority children, & the White House Conference on Children and Youth; a letter from Chula Vista constituent Mrs. John R. Lynch & attached copies of "clippings from The Independent . . . re the starving schoolchildren issue;" editorial page from The S.D. Union for 3/31/60; a large packet of letters and other items re/ San Diego Junior College's Dr. Theodore Bardacke's application for a summer language school study fellowships in Russia; a letter (4/28/60) from Dr. Lionel U. Ridout (President, American Association of University Professors, San Diego State College Chapter) & Wilson's reply (5/6/60) re/ the Association's opposition to the disclaimer affidavit in the National Defense Education Act & Wilson's reaction that he did not find the disclaimer objectionable as to the loyalty oath provisions; copies of a press release from HEW's "Community Facilities Administration for May 5, 1960 re/ approval of $9,667 for preliminary planning to build additions to an elementary school in Jamul, CA.; a copy of "A Digest of HR 12316" prepared by the NEA , 5/23/60 (3 pages) & a brochure from the National School Board Assn. entitled "American Education and the National Interest."
Folder 14: Education, General, Jan-May 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news clippings, postal cards, news letters & reports. Topics are: letters from constituents concerning the loyalty oath provisions of the National Defense Education Act with examples such as (1) a letter (1/23/60) from Fred Hunemuller (Univ. of Chicago student) & Wilson's reply (2/18/6) re/ Mr. Hunemuller's urging a repeal the Loyalty Oath and Disclaimer Affidavit provision of the National Defense Education Act & (2) a letter (1/14/60) from Mrs. Virginia Stone Burrill & Wilson's reply (2/1/60) re/ Mrs. Burrill's support for the loyalty oath provisions; letters re/ extended day-care centers in California; pages 1 & 2 from the "Open Forum" (Jan. 1960) re/ "Yale President Calls Student Oath Instrument of Coercion;" a copy of a "Statement of the Harvard-Radcliffe Graduate Student Council on Loyalty Oaths and Disclaimer Affidavits" finding the affidavit discriminatory in nature; a copy of The Dan Smoot Report (2/15/60) re/ negative analysis of Federal Aid to Education; letters & memorandum from Wilson, the Dept. of the Army and others re/ salary for teachers attached to the Army at overseas locations; Wilson office notes and copies of the Community Welfare Council's reports for January 1959 and March 1960 re/ school lunch program for undernourished children in S.D. County.
Folder 15: Education, General, June-Dec. 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of reports, letters & other items. Examples are: copies of the NEA's "Economic Status of Teachers 1959-1960" & "Rankings of the States, 1960;" copies of two letters (6/14/60) from Superintendent of Schools Ray W. Johnson re/ a "life-long Republican" writes that "Every Democrat from California supported HR. 10128 while 9 Republicans voted against it and only 4 for it;" letters regarding the controversy over the disclaimer affidavit in the National Defense Education Act; a packet of letters (Sept.-Oct. 1960) re/ Director of Personnel Fred Tidwell, Grossmont High School, Wilson, HEW, & others re/ special teacher training-classes under the National Defense Education Act and the National Science Foundation; 1 copy of "Questions and Answers on the Murray-Metcalf Bill S2 and HR 22."
Folder 16: Education, General, Jan.-June 1961Add to your cart.
A large folder containing letters, government reports, statistical data, press releases, news clippings, telegrams & other items. Examples are: A February 27, 1961 letter from HEW Secretary Abraham Ribicoff to President Kennedy & enclosed copy of "Summary of Proposed Amendments to Federal Impact Area Laws;" a copy of "Estimated Allotments to States Under the Proposed Administative School Assistance Act of 1961;" constituent letters to Wilson re/ personal educational issues; 2 letters from Norman J. Knight & attached copy of a reprint from "Midmonth Powwow" re/ pro & con on "Should Church-Related Colleges Accept Federal Support?;" a copy of a June 1, 1961 press release from Representative Catherine May comparing the Administration High Education Bill with the Republican substitute bill; a letter (5/31/61) from Dr. Eugene Chamberlin (S.D. Junior College) & Wilson's reply (6/5/61) "urging repeal of the 'disclaimer affidavit' of the National Defense Education Act;" a letter from S.D. City Schools Superintendent Ralph Dailard and Wilson's reply (Mar. 61) re/ support for  education of the blind (H.R. 39 & S. 361); 2 letters from Congressman Wilson (Mar. & Ap. 1961, a letter from U.S. Commissioner of Education Dr. Sterling M. McMurrin & his 6 page "Analysis of Allegations Regarding Federal Aid To Education" as made by Ralph de Toledano in the March 25, 1961 issue of the NATIONAL REVIEW. Dr. McMurrin was responding to Wilson's request for a report on the de Toledano article; letters and information related to Pepperdine College; information from the Diocese of San Diego Chancery re/ to Cuba & the Florida refugee problem; a letter from Joseph Rindone, District Superintendent Sweetwater Junior College District requesting Wilson's "support to insure that junior colleges in California will be identified with secondary education in the National Defense Education Act extension;" pamphlets from the American Federation of Teachers re/ "Historical Justification For Federal Aid To Education" & "Some Constitutional Prohibitions Against Financial Aid to Private Schools;"
Folder 17: Education: General, July - Dec. 1961Add to your cart.
Letters, memorandums, government documents, photos & other items. Examples are: Letters from various educational institutions and Wilson's replies concerning a variety of topics such as the disclaimer affidavit in the National Defense Education Act; NEA & Federal Aid to Education legislation; political commentaries; CA Western Univ. student from India seeking employment in San Diego; copies of "American Education and a Free Citizenry," CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, 6/29/61; a packet of materials from the San Diego City Schools entitled "Report to the Staff" (9/5/61); copies of  "Memorandum ... UNESCO Convention and Recommendation on Discrimination in Education (8/3/61) & "TEXTS Approved By the UNESCO General Conference At Its Eleventh Session, 1961;" corresp. & photo re/ "Department of State concerning the Foundation building in Paris;" & comments on taxing for education -- local or national.
Folder 18: Education: General, 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, reports, brochures, & other items. Topics, issues and concerns covered are: Bills pertaining to Federal Aid to Education & the Master Plan for Higher Education in California, 1960-1975; Dept. of Navy's Bureau of Personnel; a copy of Rockford College position paper on "Destructive Effects Upon Colleges and Universities of a General Federal Subsidy;" petition "Against Repeal of the two 'loyalty oath' provisions in the National Defense Education Act;" corresp. re/ "Government funds to school districts for recreational purposes;" problems for local El Capitan High School student in terms of polio shots required; a copy of NEA, "Rankings of the States, 1962" Research Report; a packet of letters & other material concerning a portion of Camp Elliott land for a liberal arts college established by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod; NEA vs Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter (5/11/62 issue); & a large packet of information on the University of the Seven Seas, the Department of State and others.
Folder 19: Education: General, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandums, pamphlets, reports & other items. Examples of topics, issues and concerns are: The Francis W. Parker School is "happy to receive the eleven booklets of the National Association of Manufactures edition 'INDUSTRY AND THE AMERICAN ECONOMY;'" news clipping from the THE SAN DIEGO UNION -- "House OKs Building Aid for Colleges" (11/7/63); "California and the Challenge of Growth" & the University of California; San Diego City Schools and impact aid program; HHFA News (7/11/63) re/ "California Western University To Receive $255,000 CFA Loan;" 38 page summary showing CA school districts receiving funds under Title III-A of the National Defense Education Act of 1984 (P.L. 864); a copy of a Reader's Digest Reprint of "California Builds Big for Education" (July,1963); a copy of "Legislative Analysis - The Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963, H.R. 6134," American Enterprise Institute, Sept. 1963; & constituent corresp. related to various educational topics.
Folder 20: Education: General, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandums, reports and other items. Examples of issues, topics, constituent concerns are: a PTA legislative chairmen and a Republican is opposed to Federal Aid to Education and prefers the GOP to "become less of a 'compromise' party and more of a 'principle' party;'"a conservative constituent's inquiry & responses concerning allegations of Border Patrol personnel being sent to Oxford, Miss. while border needed more personnel to curb drug traffic; CTA & information on Agency for International Development; CA State Colleges and "Excerpt from Report of Coordination Council on Higher Education;" a copy of "Animals and Medical Research," Stanford Univ. School of Medicine; a copy of "Statement By Charles W. Patrick, San Diego City School . . . before the HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR," Mar. 22, 1963 (16 pages); color postal card showing Knights of Columbus Library, Univ. of San Diego; a copy of "Health and Higher Education," Assn. of Schools of Public Health in support of H.R. 12; copies of reports for fiscal 1962 of local activities filed with the State Department of Education for programs for counseling and guidance under Title V-A of the NDEA that pertain to school districts in Wilson's congressional district (7 pages); a copy of the NEA's "Washington Outlook On Education" (July 17, 1963); a Summary of H.R. 6143 as reported to the Committee on Education and Labor; a letter (5/17/63) from President Leslie S. Wright, Howard College re/ opposing federal grants to church-related colleges for the construction of academic facilities; a copy of the Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education's "Federal Matching Grant to Construct Noncommercial Educational Television Broadcast Facilities"(22 pages) & copies of "An Instructional Manual" (27 pages), "Educational Television Transmission Apparatus and Minimum Performance Standards," & "The Educational Television Facilities Act of 1962 An Explanation of Public Law 87 - 477, May 1963.
Folder 21: Education: General, 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, reports, news clippings, news letters and other items. Examples of topics, issues, & constituent concerns are: pros and cons related to S. 3060 NDEA extension, impact aid provisions in this election year; 7 page copy of "National Science Foundation Helps Small Colleges Faculties Participate in Research," FSF news release 10/22/64; a copy of s "NSF Grant's $12 million To Improve Science, Math Teaching" (7 pages); small packet of telegrams supporting S. 3060 & Wilson's letters indicating  support for the final passage, even though he opposed Federal Aid to Education on principle; a constituent is informed that the State Department has award him a grant to study in Mexico; "Message From Cathy" (8/12/64) re/ HHFA announcement for new high school in San Diego with a $26,000 public works planning advance-- est. cost to be $1,652,000; a small packet of corresp. (May-June 1964) related to a "proposal to educate illegitimate children of American soldiers in Korea;" telegram & Wilson's reply indicating 4000 Members of the San Diego Teachers Assn. urges full support of HR.-9709 providing for uniform tax treatment of educational expenses incurred by teachers; letters (Mar.-May 1964) discussing salaries for overseas teachers of the DOD; a collection of  letters (Mar.-Ap. 1964) from various constituents to Congressman Wilson seeking his assistance concerning application for HEW summer seminars and other teaching grants abroad in such locations as Spain, Peru, India, etc. Some were accepted and others denied; 14 page copy of San Diego School District "Application For Federal Grant For The Establishment and Operation of a Residential Vocational School" under P.L. 88-210; corresp. (Dec. 1963-Feb. 1964) from a number of local school superintendents relating to the problem of getting the Post Office Dept. to issue a second class mailing permit to the California School Boards Assn., which they finally did with Wilson's assistance.
Folder 22: Education: General, Jan.-June 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, notes, memorandums, news letters, reports & other items. Examples are: 1 telegram (1/65) from Bluford F. Minor (Asst. Superintendent, S.D. City Schools) & attached Statement of Mr. Minor before the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Jan. 29, 1965 (5 pp.); two letters from Harry C. McPherson, Jr. (Asst. Sec. of State) to Congressman Wilson (2/15/65) notifying Wilson of two constituents receiving grants under the international educational and cultural exchange program; a packet of letters, news releases, testimony & a CTA newsletter re/ strong "support for President Johnson's education program embodied in H.R. 2362;" letters from constituent Max Harvey Weiss, Wilson & Dean W. Coston (HEW) re/ "Government Loans for a College Education;"two letters indicating Wilson's receiving an honorary membership in the California State College at Los Angeles student body; several letters from constituents seeking help in obtaining student loans; a letter (4/7/65) from Clark Kerr (President, University of California) urging Congressman Wilson to support  "an increase to $35 million in the 1966 appropriation for the Office of Education's Cooperative Research Program" &b Wilson's reply "I . . . will definitely support your request;" 1 copy of "PILOT PROJECT IN COMPENSATORY EDUCATION," San Diego City Schools (Jan. 5, 1965 -- 76 pages); letters (Ap. 65) and official notice of the award to El Cajon constituent William R. Blanc "to study Cinematography at the University of Paris;" letters (12/64-4/65)from Congressman Wilson, Office of Education (HEW) & constituent and Mesa College Professor Bernard Frost re/ application for a government grant to participate in a summer seminar in Spain or Columbia which was unsuccessful; a packet of letters & a copy of The Dan Smoot Report (Jan. 25, 1965) re/ San Diego City Schools, Federal Aid to Education Law and the Anti Poverty Law and subsequent politically conservative complaints; letters & a copy of H.J Res. 14 re/ 1963 & Teachers Day; a letter to Wilson & his reply (5/65) re/ "The Action Republican Women, Federated commends you for your  'No' vote on Federal Aid to these schools;" letters from the San Diego Junior College & Wilson's reply re/ new campus on Kearny Mesa & other topics; 3 page Memorandum to House Republican Task Force on Education re/ "Preliminary Draft of Declaration of Support for Tax credits as and Aid in Meeting the Costs of Higher Education;" & a Memorandum from Wilson re/ HEW grants for summer college work study program -- SD Junior College = $19,629 & SDSC = $151,974.
Folder 23: Education: General, July-Dec. 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports, newsletters, a Guide Book & other items. Examples are: letters (3/65 - 7/65) from Diarymen's League of San Diego County, Edgar Gillenwaters (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) &  the Committee on Education and Labor re/ "The School Lunch Program and the Special Milk Program are facing a serious financial problem;" letters (12/64-7/65) re/ the Sherry Griswold Foundation & the Electronic Technical Institue, a new campus and withdrawal of support of the college; a notice of HEW EOC Work Study Program to S.D. Jr. College of $80,820 & San Diego State College of $149,002; a copy of Mr. Buford Minor's "Statement of the San Diego Unified School District Before the House Subcommittee on Education August 10, 1965;" a copy of "YOU CAN GO TO COLLEGE" compliments of William H. Harsha, Representative To Congress, 6th District, Ohio; a copy of HEW,  "BORROWING FOR COLLEGE A Guide for Students and Parents;" letters (April & October 1965) re/ Grossmont Union High School, Dr. Lewis Kohrs, library puzzle & failure of the Reader's Digest to give credit or payment; a copy of Post-Ed News (Sept. 1965) with photos of many faculty in the adult school educational system; a small packet of letters and information re/ Agency for International Development & plan for mass education in Brazil; news release (10/18/65) from the National Science Foundation for grants of $10 &1/2 million to improve Secondary School Science and Math Teaching "; a copy of "Republican Policy Committee Statement on H.R. 9567 -- The Higher Education Act of 1965" & follow up constituent letters on this topic; a copy of "A GUIDEBOOK OF THE ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT CALIFORNIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES."
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Folder 24: Education: Murray-Metcalf Bill, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, postal cards,  news clippings and a printed copy of a speech from the Congressional Record. Examples are: "Why I am Opposed to the Murray-Metcalf Bill," Hon. Carroll D. Kearns, Thursday, May 1959, 86th Cong., 1st Sess.; two postal cards from Wilson constituents supporting the Murray-Metcalf Bill; letters from other constituents urging Wilson to vote NO on the bill; and further information on this debate in terms of news clippings and more pro and con letters from constituents.
Folder 25: Education: Public Law 815 & 874, 1953-1954Add to your cart.
A large collection of telegrams, letters, memorandum, public documents & other items. Examples are: Several telegrams from local school district superintendents supporting the need for supplemental money for old and new entitlements; a copy of Chula Vista School District, "Data Pertinent to Public Law 815;" a copy of HEW's Office of Education notification that the Descanso School District has a "Tentative Entitlement Fiscal Yr. 1953" of $520.52; a letter from F.M. Chase Jr. (Dist. Superintendent, Oceanside-Carlsbad Union High School District) & Ed. Terrar. Jr.'s reply re/ P.L. 815 entitlements for a quarter of a million dollars have not been received; a July 29, 1953 letter from J.W. Sefton (President, San Diego Trust & Savings Bank) re/ House Bill 5134 and indicating "the word 'Aid to Education'" was too broad. The term "public" should be added and that "the Federal Government should not subsidize private schools of any sort;" copies of HEW notification regarding tentative entitlements to the San Diego Unified School District of $1,872,686.50 and $80,132.19 to the Chula Vista City School District; a copy of Chapter 1124, P.L. 874 re/ financial assistance to local educational agencies (10 pages); a news clipping (n.d., Copley Press) by Frank Macomber, "Committee Told S.D. Schools Hit By Inequalities;" letters indicating that the closing of local public housing will affect school funds; letters regarding funding for vocational education; copies of Congressional "REPORT No. 702 & 703) "School Construction Assistance in Federally Affected Areas July 3, 1953" & "Operating Expenses of School Districts Affected By Federal Activities July 3, 1953;" copies of Union Calendar No. 247 & 248, 83rd Congress, 1st Session, H.R. 6049 & 6078, bills to amend P.L. 815 & 874; letters from the Grossmont Union High School and the South Bay Union School District thanking Congressman Wilson for efforts for their school districts; a letter & attached budget data (1953) re/ South Bay Union School District costs and a "Memorandum (P.L. 874-815)" re/ "property in Linda Vista, which the Public School System of San Diego County contemplated purchasing from PHA."
Box 20: Education, 1955-1965Add to your cart.
Public Law 815-874; Sweetwater School District; Money for cost to run schools; Education religion; San Diego city schools 1953-1961; San Diego County School District; San Diego State College 1960-1965; Aztec College Trust file; Scholarships; Student loans; University of California; University of San Diego; University of Seven Seas
Folder 1: Education: Public Law 815 & 874, 1955-1956Add to your cart.

A large collection of news clippings, letters, telegrams, memorandums and other items. Examples are: a Mar. 9, 1955 news clipping from the Evening Tribune featuring a photo of Dr. Ralph Dailard (S.D. City Schools Superintendent) displaying a $5,058,533 check as final payment received under P.L. 815; 10 mimeographed pages on P.L. 874 an a state by state summary of applications & "Comments on 3 Percent Absorption Formula;" 3 packets of letters (Mar., July & Aug. 1955) from Superintendent Ralph Dailard, Associate Superintendent George Geyer & Congressman Wilson re/ "the President's school bills," "the situation at Convair Plant II in regard to Federally-connected children," & "additional property to the present Mission Bay Senior High School Site" -- "Surplus Property Bayview Terrace Housing Project" (8.89 acres); a packet of letters, a telegram & office notes (Jan.-Aug. 1955) from local S.D. County School Districts re/ new legislation to amend P.L. 874 & 815; a large packet of letters, photos, plot plan & maps from San Diego City Schools (Jan.-Sept. 1955) re/ acquiring surplus land from the Bayview Terrace Housing Project; letters (Sept., Nov. & Dec. 1955) from the Office of Education (HEW), Dr. Dailard (City Schools) & Congressman Wilson re/ Public Law 382,  tax-exempt Federal property and a deficiency of federal funding; a copy of San Diego State College Laboratory School's "Expressions On Educational Problems San Diego County Conference On Education," September 17, 1955; a copy of "Federal School Construction Aid Public Law 815 Entitlements of the San Diego Unified School District . . . March 30, 1956;" 7 letters (Dec. '55 to Jan.'56) re/ "discussion with respect to the acquisition by the Government of Convair Plant 2 and a possible retroactive application for benefits by the school system flowing from that taking;" a letter (4/5/56) from Dr. Dailard to Congressman Wilson appreciating his "active and successful support of the Federal school assistance program under Public Laws 815 and 874;" a copy of SD City

Schools "Statement On Proposed Amendments To Public Laws 815-874: Federal School Assistance Program" (4/5/56); a copy of S.D. Unified School District "Statistical Report" for 1954-1955 & a letter (10/26/56) from B. Alden Lillywhite (Associate Dir. for Federally Affected Areas (HEW) & attached copy of "Grants To San Diego Unified School District Under Public Law 815" "Total of all . . . funds reserved and received" = "$15,857,885."

Folder 2: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1957Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, Congressional documents & other items. Examples are: a  packet of letters (Mar. 1956 - Jan. 1957) sent to Congressman Wilson from the the Office of Education (HEW), the Chula Vista City School District, the San Diego City Schools, the Fallbrook Public Schools & Wilson's replies re/ funds appropriated to carry out the purposes of Titles III and IV of Public Law 815, as amended by the 81st Congress; letters (Mar. 1957) from Superintendents Dailard & Lauderbach & Wilson's replies re/ the topic of conservative fears of federal control of education. Both superintendents indicated there had been NO unreasonable control in the years from1950 to 1956 in their districts; a packet of corresp. discussing H.R. 2392 - a bill to amend P.L. 874 "relating to grants for maintenance and operation of schools in federally impacted areas, to correct inequity;" a packet corresp. from Wilson, the S.D. City Schools Board of Education and attached copy of "Educational Planning" re/ threats from some conservatives in Washington to stop federal aid to impact areas; letters and plot plan from the Sweetwater Union High School District re/ "purchase of real property with educational discount for property located within HilltopVillage, Cal-4252, in Chula Vista" & a "[Confidential Committee Print] February 28, 1958" re/ " A Bill To amend Public Laws 815 and 874 . . . to make permanent the programs providing financial assistance in the construction and operation of schools in areas affected by Federal activities . . . " (34 pages).
Folder 3: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1958Add to your cart.

A large collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings, reports and other items. Examples are: Office of the Superintendent of Schools San Diego County re/ "Federal Funds Received for the Period September 1950 through April 1957" (5 pp.); a large packet containing the Statement of Superintendent Ralph Dailard (S.D. Unified School District) and related items to the House Subcommittee on Education and Labor re/ extension of P.L. 815 and P.L. 874n on Jan. 29, 1958; several news clippings from local San Diego papers indicating Wilson's support for School

Aid from the Federal Government; a number of telegrams from Wilson to various local school districts indicating amounts of entitlements under P.L.874 and 815; extensive commentaries on the value to local school districts of federal impact aid funds; and additional letters, telegrams and news clippings on this subject.

Folder 4: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings, reports, statistical data and other items. Examples are: three letters (2/59) from Congressmen Wilson and Baldwin re/ Wilson's concern about deficiencies in appropriations for the Office of Education that will adversely affect "my district which is a heavily impacted area;  "Memo To Staff From Cathy" (2/24/59) clarifying that "Public Law 874 is for operating expenses for the school district to provide financial assistance for schools in Federally affected areas" and Public Law 815 is for construction allowance to school district;" a copy of Dept. of HEW Office of Education notice to the Superintendent of Chula Vista City School District indicating a tentative entitlement for fiscal year 1959 of $257.775.68; an assortment of letters from various school districts & Wilson's replies re/ "supplemental appropriations required to continue under the Federal impact laws;" a small collection of letters (Feb.-Mar. 1995) featuring corresp. between Congressman Wilson and constituent Lowell c. Ballard re/ the pros and cons of the Murray-Metcalf bill on Federal Aid to Education; notices and letters re/ entitlement amounts to several local school districts such as San Diego, Lakeside, Mountain Empire, Julian and others; 2 letters (Feb. & Ap. 1959) from J.L. McCaskill (NEA) & Margaret Collins (SDTA), Wilson's reply and attached copies of two NEA publications -- "A Federal Legislative Policy" & "Federal Funds For Schools Fact vs. Fancy;" a copy of "Public Law 85-620 85th Congress, H. R. 11378 August 12, 1958;" a packet of materials sent to Wilson from the Office of Education (HEW), Mar. 1959 re/ tables indicating school districts eligible for assistance under P.L. 815 & 874; two news clippings (June'59) indicating Administration efforts to reduce Federal impacted areas aid by $60 million next year; a packet of letters from Ralph Dailard, San Diego City Schools & Wallace Hall (Dept. of Education, State of California) re/ "relative to H.R. 7140 which proposes to amend Public Laws 874 and 815 in such a way as to reduce impact aid funds; more information on planning for impact aid funds by the San Diego Unified School District & a copy of Superintendent Ralph Dailard's Statement (Aug. 19, 1959) to the House Subcommittee on Labor and Education re/ proposed amendments to P.L. 874 and P.L. 815 (81st Cong.).
Folder 5: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams, news clippings, telegrams and other items. Examples are: a letter (9/32/60) from John M. Sprague (Deputy Asst. Sec. of Defense), attached news clipping & enclosures re/ payrolls of military and civilian personnel stationed in San Diego County (over $321 million) & military prime contract awards by state; Office of Education (HEW) notices of entitlements for fiscal year 1960 for Cajon Valley, San Diego Unified & San Ysidro school districts; copies of entitlements and reservations to applicants for 815 & 874 for San Diego County Jan.'53 - Mar.'60; more letters & office notes (Mar.-June 1969) from Wilson, local school officials & the California office of education regarding potential loss of federal impact aid funds ; letters (Oct.'60) and attached copy of 86th Cong. 2nd Sess. S.8 "To authorize Federal financial assistance for school construction and teachers' salaries" re/ Murray-Metcalf bill (H.R. 22) & H.R. 10128 which eliminated a potential 25 million for school construction; and a collection of statements of Superintendent Ralph Dailard to "Senate Com., Assembly Com. [&] Memos to various coms. of Calif. State Dept. Ed.."
Folder 6: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, notes, statements, reports and other items. Examples are: "Statement By Congressman Bob Wilson Before the House of Representatives March 7, 1961" re/ impact aid and indicating that "To date, the Federal Government has provided only 85% of the funds previously designated by Congress and pointing out  "the severity of this deficiency" in his district; a letter (1/16/61) from Portia B. Goode (S.D. County School Boards Association) & Wilson's reply (2/23/61) re/ removal of Federal funds imperils the educational programs in 42 out of 49 school districts in this county; a packet of materials from the CA State Dept. of Education re/ P.L. 815 & 874 with statistical tables included for California; items related to amounts of entitlement aid; a copy of Ralph Dailard's "Statement . . . on The School Assistance Act of 1961 Senate Bill 1021 March 13, 1961" (statistical data included); news clippings for Feb & Mar. re/ "California Discriminated Against in Government Plan For Education" & "Wilson In Dispute On Education Bill;" letters and notices of entitlement funds to local districts; a letter (8/4/61) from the Comptroller of the Navy to Commandant, Eleventh Naval District & attached copy of "Bulletin No. 51, July 24, 1959, Office of Education" re/ certification of lists containing names of children attending public schools in the San Diego area; a copy of "Hits and Misses," Grossmont Union High School, Vol. 9, No. 10, June 28, 1961; and a copy of "A Statement Supporting The Continuation Beyond June 30, 1961 Of 'B" Category Children of Public Law 874" by Bluford F. Minor, Asst. Superintendent and Business Manager, San Diego Unified School District.
Folder 7: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1961Add to your cart.

A collection of office notes, letters, memorandum, reports & government notices. Examples are: draft copy of Congressman Wilson letter (4/61) to Mr. Lawson re/ "the Sweetwater District Teacher's Association with respect to the Federal Aid to Education Programs now before Congress;" a letter (3/11/61) from Roy E. Simpson (CA. Superintendent of Education) to Congress James Utt and attached CA Dept. of Education's "The Effect of Title II -- Amendments to Public Law 874 Contained in H.R. 4970 as Compared with the Current Provision of Public Law 874" (11 pages); a large packet from the Office of Education, HEW, April 17, 1961, containing "a breakdown by congressional districts and by States of Federal funds obligated in fiscal year 1960 for construction and maintenance of school facilities under Public Laws 815 and 874;" a small packet of information from the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (12 pages) -- a strongly word critique of Federal aid to education and of any CA taxpayer funds being used for public schools beyond CA state boundaries; a booklet from the Chamber of Commerce of  the United States of America containing "Testimony on Federal Aid To Education . . ." March 19, 1961 before the Education Subcommittee of the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee;" a collection of letters from the South Bay Union School District, President Clark Kerr (The University

of CA), Grossmont Union High School, Chula Vista City Schools and replies from Wilson re/ extension of Federal impact aid legislation & the National Defense Education Act of 1958's importance to the University; a copy of the NEA's "Research Report 1960-1961 -- Rankings of the States, 1961."

Folder 8: Education Public Law 815-874, 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of telegrams, news clippings, letters, government documents and other items. Examples are: a telegram (2/14/62) from Bluford Minor (Asst. Supt. San Diego City Schools) & Wilson's reply re/ information lacking on P.L. 874 deficiency percentage (it was 8%); a number of letters (2/62) from various local schools addressing this deficiency deficit in P.L. 815 & 874; a March 7, 1962 letter to Wilson from the Oceanside Union School District Board regarding the impending deficit, indicating appreciation for Wilson's previous support for federal impact aid and requesting his support to correct the current deficit in Congress; a small packet of information from the Lemon Grove School District re/ further discussion on "the impending deficit in the current year's appropriation for Public Laws 874 and 815;" letters from several other S.D. County school districts urging a correction of the deficiency in federal impact aid; copies of the Office of Education (HEW) "Tentative Entitlement FY 1962" for several local school districts; a Resolution from the San Diego Unified School District Board requesting "proper action be introduced on the Floor of the House and Senate to remove the serious deficiency" in P.L. 874; copies of Wilson's August responses to a number of school districts re/ the $15,707,000 appropriated under P.L. 87-545 & a copy of P.L. 87-545 (July 25, 1962 as H.R. 11038); five pages of statistical information for nation-wide school districts receiving entitlements & estimated reductions (F.Y '61, '62 & '63).
Folder 9: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings, reports and other items. Office note from LWL to Maggie and attached letters from Cajon Valley Union School Dist. Superintendent Peter Bancroft re/ praising Wilson and staff, plans to visit Washington & the Wilson staff's interest in using Bancroft as a Democrat to support Wilson; letters (Ap.-June 1963) from constituent Alfred E. Friedl & Congressmen Adam Clayton Powell & Bob Wilson re/ proposed reduction of "State funds allocated for school districts receiving funds under Public Law 874;" a Republican Policy Committee Meeting Report for Wed. May 15, 1963 attached to Wilson office notes and letter to Dr. Dailard re/ education issues; a copy of Office of Education (HEW) "Tentative Entitlement F.Y. 1963" for the Lakeside Union School District of $38,663; 5 page copy of Superintendent Dr. Dailard's May 27, 1963 "Statement" to the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1963) from constituent Miss Anita Watson, Wilson & Francis Keppel (Commission of Education, HEW) re/ Miss Watson's fear of federal aid to education, even in terms of impact aid legislation; a small packet of letters and news items  related to VOX PEDAGOG & Wilson's contribution of a statement supporting a more "permanent the Programs for Federal assistance to local public school systems in areas where a heavy concentration of Federal employees places an extra burden on the schools their children attend;" copies of statements by Congressman Wilson (36th Dist.) re/ impact federal aid to local school districts; letters & telegram (4/63) from Wilson, Dr. Dailard & Asst. Superintendent Minor & a copy of Dr. Dailard's "Prepared Statement" to be placed "in the record of hearings currently under way on Public Law 874 and 815;" a small collection of letters and newsletters from the Emergency Committee To Aid Farm Workers opposing the continuation of Public Law 78 ("braceroism") because of its ineffective use of farm labor & depresses "already substandard wages;" a packet of material from E. Richard Barnes (78th Assembly Dist. CA) amending CA legislation so as to protect local districts receiving federal impact aid from cuts in the state's education budget.
Folder 10: Education: Public Law 815-874, 1964Add to your cart.
Only one letter (8/10/64) from Bluford F. Minor (Asst. Superintendent, San Diego City Schools) to Congressman Wilson re/ thanking Wilson helpful materials on P.L. 874 and his support for an early extension of 874.
Folder 11: Education: Religion, Jan. & Dec. 1961Add to your cart.
One letter (1/2/61) from Mrs. Philip Crittenden (San Diego) to Senator Claire Engle and an excerpt from the politically conservative THE FREE PRESS (Vol. 1, No. 10, Dec. 1961) re/ voting against "Federal aid to parochial schools." The news paper features "An Editorial" on religious songs or nativity scenes in the classroom of public schools.
Folder 12: Education: San Diego City & County Schools, 1953-1961Add to your cart.
A small collections of letters, telegrams & other items. Examples are: Letters (July & Nov. 1956) from Miss Ora B. Fisher (Legislative Chairman, SDTA), Congressman Wilson and John O. Graham (Minority Clerk, Committee on Education and Labor) & a news clipping on "Packed Classes" re/ views on education, federal programs and a summary on "Federal School Construction Aid to States;" letters from Oceanside-Libby & South Bay School Districts re/ CA & Federal programs for local schools; a letter from County Superintendent of Education Cecil Hardesty and Wilson's reply (1/56) re/ comments in support of "our Republican team" and balancing the budget and debt reduction as opposed to a tax reduction; a large packet of letters, telegrams, House documents and other items re/ opposition against legislation placing Convair and Rohr plants back on tax rolls and losses projected in federal aid to local schools; letters (1959) from the SDTA & Wilson's reply; letters (July & Aug. 1961) from Bluford Minor (S.D. City Schools), Wilson, & Commander V. Newcomb (USNR, Dir. Personnel, 11th Naval Dist.) re/ deletion of "B" list children counted under P.L. 815 & 874 because of ship locations (operational rather than home port in San Diego) and the approx. loss of $%122,211 to the district.
Folder 13: Education: San Diego County School District, 1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters and school records. Examples are: A packet of material from (1) Sweetwater Union High School District including a list of the Senior Class of 1960, boys and girls separately, (2) a list of the Helix High Senior Class 1959-1960 and addresses & (2) a list of the Mount Miguel High School Senior 1960 senior class and their addresses, letters from Super-intendents and Wilson's replies; 3 letters from the Union-Tribune Publishing Co. and Wilson's replies re/ the topic of "censorship by taxation;" and additional letters from school districts and Wilson's replies.
Folder 14: Education: San Diego State College, 1957-1959Add to your cart.
Letters and reports. Examples are: Letters (12/57) from Kenneth R. Rearwin (S.D. Unified School District Board) & Wilson's reply re/ federal government assistance in encouraging college prep classes; a letter (7/29/57) from the California Taxpayers Association re/ "A most hearty thank you to you from the organized taxpayers of California for your vote against Federal aid to education on July 25;" two letters (Nov. & Dec. 1957) re/ Wilson's query to HEW about courses of study for elementary and secondary schools and the Office of Education's reply indicating several such studies, especially for secondary schools; a packet of letters (1957) from President Malcom Love (SDSC), Congressmen Wilson & C.W.Vursell & attached copy of "Re: URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM" & "Re: Pertinent Facts About College Housing Loans;" a letter (3/24/58) from Associate Professor Sanford H. Stone & Wilson's reply (6/5/58) re/ requesting Wilson's support for making the SDSC library a depository for U.S. Government publications; a number of additional letters from SDSC faculty and Wilson's favorable replies regarding making the SDSC library a federal depository; a small number of letters (Ap.-May 1959) from President Love, Wilson, & William B. Macomber, Jr. (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) re/ the visitation to SDSC to attend scientific meetings in June of Dr. A.N. Svetovidov of the Soviet Union; a memorandum & a memeograph page from James T. Ramy (AEC) re/ financial assistance to SDSC for its proposed research reactor; letters (1959) from Leon W. Parma (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), Wilson, the Dept. of the Navy & Professor Minos D. Generales (SDSC) re/ the 17th Annual Institute of World Affairs; and a large packet containing a letter from President Love & Congressman Wilson's reply, a news release (9/15/59) from the Office of Education (HEW), a notice from L.G. Derthick (U.S. Commissioner of Education) & a copy of National Defense Student Loan Program's Distribution of 1959-1960 Federal Loan Funds (35 pp.) indicating that the college was not listed among those receiving loans, but San Diego Junior College and California Western University were.
Folder 15: Education: San Diego State College, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, notes and congressional records. Examples are: 1 letter (4/4/60) from Darrell Holmes (Executive Dean, SDSC) & attached copy of "Union Calendar No. 633 80th Congress, 2d Session H.R. 10609" & "Education Television Summary of Supplemental Field Hearings. . . ." re/ "this bill would provide an extremely helpful basis to us in financing an educational TV station;" 2 letters (3/60) from President Malcom Love (SDSC) & Wilson's reply re/ Small Business Admin-istration research grants; a letter(7/13/60) from constituent Miss Carol Reid & Wilson's reply (7/22/60) re/ Miss Reid's complaint about SDSU requiring all graduating students to take a course in Speech Arts; 4 letters (Mar.-Ap. 1961) & a news clipping from the S.D. Union "Cleric Hits Film About Riots in S.F." (3/15/61) re/ unfounded parental fears stimulated by inadequate news reporting on the film "Operation Abolition." letters re/ aerial photography from U.S. Navy & copies for SDSC geography dept.; and a packet of corresp. (1961) re/ the Dept. of Geography's attempting to obtain publications from the Rand Corporation for the college library.
Folder 16: Education: San Diego State College, 1962Add to your cart.
A small number of letters. Examples are: A letter (3/11/62) from constituent Mrs. Edward F. Ginther & Wilson's reply (3/26/68) re/ complaints about the appearance of Lincoln Rockwell speaking at SDSC; a packet of letters (Sept. 62-Jan. 63) re/ SDSC "as a Government depository library;" a letter (5/62) from President Malcom Love and Wilson's reply (5/62) re/ Wilson's assistance in making the SDSC library a federal depository; 2 letters (Jan. & Feb. 1963) from W. Richard Bigger, Chairman, Dept. of Political Science, SDSC & Wilson's replies (Feb. 1963) re/ a request to obtain "the full budget document and the appendices for the fiscal year 1964."
Folder 17: Education: San Diego State College, 1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters and college records. Examples are: Letters (1/63) from Wilson, President Love, the Office of Education (HEW) re/ problems the college was experiencing in collecting from N.D.E.A loan recipients; a letter (2/5/63) from Byron L. Smith (Gift and Exchange Librarian, SDSC) thanking Wilson for his recent gifts of government volumes to the library; 2 letters (Mar. & Sept. 1963)from the SDSC librarians and Wilson's replies (Mar. & Sept.) re/ the National Education Improvement Act and copies of H.R. 3000; letters (Oct.-Nov. 1963) from Wilson, Charles W. Radcliffe (Minority Counsel For Education, H.R.) & constituent Claude E. Wilson re/ "a proposed student union building to be constructed on the campus" and projected costs, student body voting, use of federal loan funds and other issues are covered in these brief letters; 2 small packets of letters and information material related to Placement and Financial Aids for San Diego State College, Nov.-Dec. 1963.
Folder 18: Education: San Diego State College, 1964Add to your cart.
a small collection of letters & 1 report. Examples are: A copy of a 1 page Office of Education (HEW) "Notification of Contract For Cooperative Research Project," July 15, 1964 for SDSC Dept. of Education, $47,243 re/ "Comparison of Two Procedures for Teaching Reading to Primary Children with Visual Perception Difficulties;" corresp. (Ap.-May 1964) re/ postage rates for mailing college Catalog; letters (2/64) from Asst. Professor of History Brice Harris, Jr., Congressman Wilson & Frederick G. Dutton (Asst. Sec. Dept. of State) re/ conference on Asian history and thought in March and request for copies of material from Dept. of State; a letter (7/20/64) from President Malcolm Love, Wilson's reply (8/6/64) and enclosed copy of SDSC's "Development of a Master Plan--1963" (Frank Hope & Associates), 11 pages including renderings and aerial photo.
Folder 19: Education: San Diego State College, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, notes, news releases and other items. Examples are: two Housing and Home Finance Agency NEWS releases (4/65) re/ New Student Union for SDSC to be built with CFA Loan; letters (Ap. & May, 1965) from SDSC Gift and Exchange Librarian, Library of Congress Exchange and Gift Div. & Wilson re/ acquiring Vol. 108, pts. 15 and 18 through the assistance of Congressman Wilson; a letter (6/22/65) from Don Coryell (Football Coach, SDSC) to Congressman Wilson expressing "my appreciation to you for your great contribution to interest Don Shy in San Diego State and the City of San Diego" & Wilson's office note indicating Shy's attendance at SDSC; copies of corresp. from SDSC faculty and staff and Wilson's replies indicating his help in sending copies of government materials to the college; a copy of Wilson's letter (9/14/65) to Dr. Malcolm Love (President, SDSC) thanking him for the "invitation to join you for the opening of the West Commons building."
Folder 20: Education: San Diego State College Aztec College Trust Fund File, 1957-1959Add to your cart.

A collection of telegrams, letters & official records. Examples are: a telephone conversation record (4/17/59) from Wilson's office re/ Aztec College Trust; office note and telegram (4/17/59) from Leon Parma to Strang, Torrance and Wansley & Dr. Ernest B. O'Byrne (V.P. S.D.S.C.) re/ "Internal Revenue approved Aztec Trust exemption application on all banks but Bank of America" & letters (5/11/59) from Dr. O'Byrne & Albert W. Strang thanking Wilson for his assistance facilitating the exemption; a letter (1/19/59) from Harry E. Callaway (President, Thearle Music Co.) to Wilson re/ background information on problem of forming a charitable trust entitled "The Aztec College Trust;" a small packet containing an introductory letter (12/24/58) from Albert Strang to Leon Parma and enclosed copies of "letters to the District Director of Internal Revenue" related to "Trust in regard to the First National Bank, San Diego Trust, Bank of America, and Title Insurance (Union Title);"

more copies of 1958 corresp. related to the processes connected with forming the Aztec Charitable Trust from Torrance, Wansley and Strang (Attorneys At Law), Leon Parma and Congessman Wilson, and Dr. O'Byrne; a copy of 4 pages from Torrance & Wansley to District Director of Internal Revenue, Los Angeles & attached copy of "San Diego State Serves The Community" (8 pages) re/ details of the trust and other information; a copy of form 1023 "Exemption Application" for the Aztec College Trust (2/58) and a copy of "Declaration of Trust Creating 'The Aztec College Trust'" (19 pp., 1957).

Folder 21: Education: Scholarships, 1959Add to your cart.
A small amount of corresp. Two letters (2/20 & 5/8/59) from constituent Mrs. Diane Skinner & Wilson's reply (5/14/59) re/ a request for scholarships for an 8 year old son; a letter (9/14/59) from Mrs. Rosemary McLaughlin (City Hall, Jersey City, N.J.) & Wilson reply (9/21/59) re/ Fulbright scholarship and other personal information; a letter (9/59) from Robert W. Provost (UCLA) & Leon Parma's reply (10/9/59) re/ interest in formal school for diplomats, G.I. Bill scholarships & personal thanks for Wilson's assistance.
Folder 22: Education: Scholarships, 1960Add to your cart.
Letters, office notes, brochures, reports and other items. Examples are: 2 letters (12/22/59) from the Office of Education (H.E.W.) & (1/7/60) from Congressman Wilson, & office notes from Cathy and others re/ a constituent of Wilson's attending SDSC and his interest in scholarships for architecture; information & brochure re/ "19th Annual Science Talent Search," Science Clubs of America; a letter (12/59) from Imperial Beach constituent Lin Jackson and Wilson's reply (1/7/60) re/ NDEA loyalty oath and affidavit controversy and Wilson's support of the oath; letters (May & June 1960) from William B. Macomber, Jr (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) & Congressman Wilson & attached copy of Dept. of State "Announcement of a United States Educational Exchange Award" (Fulbright Act) to Wilson's constituent Jack Katz to study Social Welfare at the Danish Graduate School for Foreign Students, Copenhagen, Denmark; a copy of "National Science Foundation Cooperative Graduate Fellowship Program for Fiscal Year 1960," Fellowship Awards & Summer Fellowship Awards (approx. 70 pages listing information); a copy of "National Defense Student Loan Program Distribution of Federal Loan Funds 1959-1960-1961" (Nov. 1960, 80 pages); a copy of HEW, Office of Education, Dec. 12, 1960, "Program Activity Report - No. IV-2, P.L. 85-8764 - National Defense Education Act, Title IV - Graduate Fellowship Program" (27 pp.).
Folder 23: Education: Scholarships, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, news letters and reports. Examples are: Letters (Mar. & Ap. 1961) from Congressman Robert Barry and Christian E. Burckel (Publisher, The College Blue Book) & attached copy of "Preliminary Analysis of replies received to a proposal to establish an AMERICAN SCHOLARS PROGRAM under the NATIONAL DEFENSE EDUCATION ACT OF 1958;" letters (Ap. & June 1961) from the Dept. of State and Congressman Wilson indicating the award of Fulbright scholarships to two of Wilson's constituents; a small packet of corresp. (7/61) from Wilson, Jim Akin (Congressional Liaison Officer, H.E.W.), Hannah Sharp and David McGown (United Church of Women & Pastor, SDSC) & James Croxton (Dir. of Admissions, Occidental College) re/ availability of Federal funds to enable Nigerian student, James Nwachi, to complete his education; news release from the National Science Foundation for Oct. 23, 1961 re/ "Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards Announced . . ." with 6 page listing of recipients; letters & office note (12/61 & 1/62) re/ application of Professor Du Bois (School of Education, SDSC) for a Republican National Committee Fellowship for 1962; letter (3/12/62) & brochure (2/62) re/ "Statement of Position On Federal Scholarships" from the Assoc. of Independent California Colleges and Universities; a packet of letters (Nov. 1961- Mar. 1962) from Wilson, Richard Freund (American Consul General, Nairobi, Kenya), constituent Fred Schrempf, Brooks Hays (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) and T. Michael Odotte Kojiem (Kisumu, Kenya) re/ obtaining assistance for Mr. Kojiem; and several more letters regarding constituent interest in scholarships for music, art & teaching abroad.
Folder 24: Education: Student Loan, 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters and a few postal cards. Most of the letters and cards are from students seeking assistance from Congressman Wilson in obtaining student loans an his replies are attached. Examples of corresp. are: "Memorandum To High School Graduates" (5/27/60) from Wilson indicating 7 aspects of the loan program; letters (Sept.-Oct. 1960) from Wilson, Homer D. Babbidge, Jr. (Asst. Commissioner for Higher Education, HEW), Col. Carl W. Nelson (USAF), constituent Carl Davis (SDSC) re/ inquiry as to two items -- UFO clarification from Air Force and information on student loan program; and letters (Sept.-Nov. 1960) from La Mesa constituent Bob Rundell (Realtor), Congressman Wilson, Lt. Gen. Leonard D. Heaton (The Surgeon General), Homer B. Babbidge, Jr. (HEW) re/ Mr. Rundell's inquiry on behalf of Richard E. Murrill (UCDAVIS) "exploring his possibility of obtaining some sort of scholarship or student subsidy, military or otherwise."
Folder 25: Education: Student Loans, 1961Add to your cart.
A small number of letters from constituents and Wilson's replies. Most are inquiries regarding the federal loan program, Wilson responses and also letters from HEW.
Folder 26: Education: Student Loans, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters from constituents and Wilson's replies. Examples are: letters (1/62) from constituent Mrs. Paulette de Gardin (S.D. City College), Wilson's replies & information from HEW re/ this attempt by an older and talented student to obtain a government loan; other letters represent those with military service seeking loans to attend dental school, physical theraphy college,  a teaching career, etc.; some letters also represent recent high school graduates seeking Wilson's assistance in obtaining a government-backed loan.
Folder 27: Education: Student Loans, 1963Add to your cart.
A small number of letters. Examples are: A letter (2/9/63) from constituent Charles R. Egbert (SDSC) & Wilson's reply (2/20/63) re/ National Defense Student Loan Program; former Marine & City College student Ralph A. Nichols' Mar. 17 letter receives a response from Wilson (4/2/63) enclosing a booklet from the National Defense Student Loan Program; letters (June - July 1963) from Miss Elizabeth A. Fracaroli, Congressman Wilson, Kenneth W. Mildenberger (Dir., Div. of College & Univ. Asst., HEW) & attached copy of "The National Defense Student Loan Program" re/ non-resident fees at SDSC, Wilson's former assistance and discussions with Professor of Economics Roy Cameron (SDSC); and letters (Aug-Sept. 1963) from constituent & retired Commander, Russell R. Farrell, Congressman Wilson & Jim G. Akin (Congressional Liaison Officer, HEW) re/ Mr. Farrell's difficulties in obtaining a NDSL for his son from SDSC because of the "Need Factor."
Folder 28: Education: University of California, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
Three stapled packets of material. A letter (4/11/62) from Richard Rosenblatt (Curator of Marine Vertebrates and Dir., Aquarium Museum, Scripos Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla) & letters (4/16/62) from Congressman Wilson re/ Prof. Rosenblatt's concerns about H.R. 8401 and research programs by the Smithsonian Institution; letters (11/16/61  & 4/19/62) from Francis L. Schmehl, Sc.D. (Chief, Health Research Facilities Branch, Div. of Research Grants, Public Health Service, HEW) to Congressman Wilson re/ Wilson's interest in the University of California's application for assistance in the construction of health-related research facilities on the San Diego campus. In 1961 the amount was $1,776,000 and in 1962 the amount awarded was $1,598, 400; and three letters & a memo (Feb. & May, 1962) from UCSD Chancellor Herbert York & Congressman Wilson & copies of H.R. 8141 (37th Cong, 1st Sess.) & "Report No. 724" re/ "Revising The Laws Relating To Depository Libraries." Professor York's complaint was that the current law permitted only one depository per congressional district. The House passed HR 8141 on August 22, 1961 but in March 1962 the Senate had "not yet reported."
Folder 29: Education: University of San Diego, 1960-1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos, notes & news clippings. Examples are: a packet of letters & memos (Feb.-May 1960) from E. Robert Anderson (Union-Tribune Publishing Co.), Congressman Wilson, Commander Edwin Rosenberg (Adminstrative Aide to the Secretary of the Navy), Monsignor James T. Booth (Chancellor, USD) & Bishop Charles F. Buddy (Diocese of San Diego) re/ attempts to establish an NROTC Unit at the University; two letters (Mar. 1961) from Reverend Charles Dollen (USD), Wilson's reply (3/14/61) & attached editorial from "The Southern Cross" (3/9/61, Vol. XLVIII, No. 10) re/ an attempt to get this editorial printed in the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD pushing for Federal aid to students in colleges, public and private. Wilson replied that because he intended "to vote against Federal aid for public schools and/or parochial schools" it would not "be appropriate for me to put this editorial in the RECORD;" a letter (9/1/61) from the Reverend Alfred F. Geimer (USD) & Wilson's reply (9/11/61) re/ "the need of your law library for the Decisions of the Board of Tax Appeals and Tax Court;" letters (June -Dec. 1961) from The Most Reverend Charles F. Buddy (Bishop of San Diego), Congressman Wilson, Raymond R. Holmquist (Regional Dir., San Francisco Regional Office, Post Office Dept.) & Postmaster General J. Edward Day re/ the attempts of Bishop Buddy to have a branch or contract postal station at the University of San Diego. At least a mail facility was placed in front of the Administration Building.
Folder 30: Education: Univ. of Seven Seas, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of statements, resolutions, brochures, telegrams, articles & other items. Examples are: a "statement of policy" (n.d.) from the board of "The University of Seven Seas A Practice-Demonstration Laboratory . . . In three campus situations situations" to promote world understanding through problem solving for the survival of freedoms; a copy of a "Resolution for the Approval of the University of Seven Seas as an International Institution and Charter for its Operations in the United States;" University of Seven Seas brochures; several letters (Ap.-May 1963) from various officials of the University, Wilson & constituent Lt. Gen. T. A. Wornham re/ a Congressional Resolution to give the university a charter and requesting Wilson join his Democratic associates in supporting this joint resolution. Political conservatives had some apprehensions; a 3 page copy of Dean C. Delmar Gray's (Associate Dir., Univ. of Seven Seas) essay entitled "A New Laboratory For Learning Combining Behavioral Science and Education;" 5 letters (May 1963) from Congressman Wilson to colleagues seeking more information on charter regulations and also checking with  Chairman Francis Walter's Un-American Afffairs Activities Committee--"Please advise if those listed below are shown on any of your subversive lists;" a copy of "A Strategy For American Security -- An Alternative to the 1964 Military Budget" (April 1963 & 26 pages). A critical analysis of the military/industrial complex and its negative impacts on domestic needs.
Box 21: Federal Government Agencies, 1953-1965Add to your cart.
Arms Control Board; Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB); Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); FAA; Federal Communications Commission (FCC); Federal Housing Administration (FHA); Federal Trade Commission (FTC); Foreign Claims; Government Accountability Office (GAO); HHF; ICA; Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC); Maritime Commission; GRS; Public Housing Agency (PHA); Small Business Administration (SBA)
Folder 1: Federal Government Agencies: Arms Control, 1957Add to your cart.
Just a small collections of letters as follows: Five letters (Aug. 1957) from Dwight E. Avis (Dir. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Div., Treasury Dept.), Congressman Wilson & Brigadier General Chester R. Allen (USMC) re/ proposed revision of Federal firearms regulation as promoted by the NRA and Wilson's support for this loosening of these controls; and a letter (9/12/57) from John R. MacKenzie (Congressional Liaison Officer, HEW) to Wilson re/ "the appointment of Miss Joyce I. Bovik as Assistant Congressional Liaison Officer of this department;"
Folder 2: Federal Government Agencies: Arms Control, 1962Add to your cart.
One letter (August 10, 1962) from William C. Foster (U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency) to Wilson re/ discussion in the press of the new test ban proposals and providing Wilson with more information.
Folder 3: Federal Government: Agencies - Arms Control, 1963-1965Add to your cart.
Letters, notes, Congressional document and other items. Examples are: A resolution from the Maryland Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars (6/23/63) sent to Congressman Wilson re/ "that the Soviet Union's past practice of disregard of agreements and promises will be given greater weight in future Congressional consideration of [Arms Control and Disarmament matters];" a letter from Congressman Craig Hosmer (4/21/64) to "Dear Colleague" & attached copy of "H.R. 10311 amending the Disarmament Agency Act and a speech about it;" a small packet of  letters (Mar.-Ap. 1964) from Wilson, Mrs. Florence M. Kelley (Ca. Senator Schrade's S.D. Office) & El Cajon constituent Leonard Smith re/ Mr. Smith's rant against the "Treason Treaty;" a packet of letters (July-Aug. 1964) from Wilson, Hugh P. Price (Legislative Attorney, Library of Congress), & Mrs. Louise Stubbs (Chairman, Communications Committee, South Fulton Federation of Republican Woman, Georgia) re/ questions from this organization about  Arms Control legislation and responses from the Library of Congress as requested by Congressman Wilson; information from the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (Oct.-Nov. 1964) re/ "the Agency publication series, 'Documents on Disarmament';"& a letter (2/9/65) from Stanley M. Andrews (Ex. Dir., Americans for National Security) & Congressman Wilson's reply (2/17/65) re/ opposition to appropriations for the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.
Folder 4: Federal Government -- Agencies: AEC, 1957Add to your cart.

A small collection of letters & reports. Examples are: four letters (April-June 1957) from Louis E. DeFalco (DeFalco's Market Co.), Congressman Wilson & Jesse C. Johnson (Dir., Div. of Raw Materials, AEC) re/ concerns of investors with the potential "closing of the AEC's ore buying station at Cutter near Globe, Arizona;" letters (April-June 1957) from Lloyd Walter Vivell (Attorney at Law) Congressman Wilson, Jesse C. Johnson (AEC) & a copy of "Remarks Prepared By Jesse C. Johnson" for the "National Western Mining Conference" -- "The Domestic Uranium Program As It Looks Today" re/ a response to Mr. Vivell, who represented the Neptune Uranium Corporation owned "by some seventy San

Diego residents whose interests are in jeopardy by reason of the contemplated closing of the . . . ore buying station" in Arizona; 4 letters (May & June 1957) from constituent Carlton M. Mellan, Margaret M. Young (Sec. for Wilson), Wilson & Brig. General Alfred D. Starbird (Dir. of Military Application, AEC) re/ Mr. Mellon's request to see the nuclear test in Nevada was denied; and five letters (Oct.-Nov. 1961) from constituent Mrs. Ernestine Dease, Congressman Wilson, Richard X. Donovan (Special Asst. to the General Mgr., AEC) & John S. Kelly (Dir., Div. of Peaceful Nuclear Explosives, AEC) re/ a concerned citizen, mother and nurse protests the planned nuclear test near Carlsbad, New Mexico and "all nuclear testing everywhere." The Carlsbad operation was called "Project Gnome" as part of the AEC's "Plowshare Program."

Folder 5: Federal Government - Agencies: CIA, 1959Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters. Examples are: five letters and one memorandum (Feb.-April 1959) from Leon W. Parma (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), constituent Frank Barner & John S. Warner (Legislative Counsel, CIA) re/ serving in the CIA but not receiving any military veterans' credit for the Korean War; a letter (3/31/59) from F.E. Young Construction Co. to Wilson indicating appreciation of "your great work on our C.I.A. project;" & a letter (12/29/59) from John S. Warner (Legislative Counsel, CIA) in response to Wilson's (12/22/59) letter re/ an article on the CIA that upset Wilson. Warner indicated meeting with Wilson privately to evaluate the letter so he could  "utilize both classified and unclassified information."
Folder 6: Federal Government - Agencies: CIA, 1960Add to your cart.
One letter (4/4/60) from Congressman Wilson and John S. Warner's (Legislative Counsel, CIA) reply (4/7/60) re/ Some congressional members had indicated interest in passing an "Official Secrets Act" similar to that in Great Britain.
Folder 7: Federal Government - Agencies: CIA, 1961Add to your cart.
Six letters (July-Aug. 1961) from constituent Jerry Lee Pecht, Wilson & John S. Warner (Legislative Counsel, CIA) re/ personnel information and potential for a land purchase near Cuba for a CIA installation.
Folder 8: Federal Government - Agencies: CIA, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A copy of a letter (3/22/62) from Wilson to John S. Warner (CIA) & enclosed "column that appeared in the CHULA VISTA CALIFORNIA STAR of March 18, 1962 re/ "Point of View, Viet-Nam Woes Seen CIA Fault;"and a copy of a Wilson letter (6/14/63) to CIA Director John A. McCone re/ "the charges outlined in the attached news article taken from the May 22nd, 1963 FT. WAYNE INDIANA NEWS-SENTINEL." A copy of the article was not attached to this letter.
Folder 9: Federal Government - Agencies: CIA, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A copy of a brief, promotional publication entitled: "CIA The Central Intelligence Agency of the United States Responsible to the President" as signed by the Director of Central Intelligence John A. McCone. Photos and text.
Folder 10: Federal Government - Agencies: Civil Aeronautics Admin., 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, reports, news clippings, maps, notes, legal documents & news releases. Examples are: a small packet of letters (1952-1954) from E.F. Terrar, Jr. (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), Clair W. Burgener (C. W. Burgener Co.) & A.E. Horning (Chief, Facilities Div., CAA) &  attached copy of Dept. of Commerce, Civil Aeronautics Admin., "LEASE between Webster R. Peavey, Clarence J. Peavey, Jesse M. Peavey and the United States of America . . . 25th day of February 1946" re/ discussion and documentation related to a portion of Lot 1237 Pueblo Lands, City of San Diego, "which is occupied by our [CAA) VHF Range Facility;" letters (Feb. & Mar. 1954) from Clair Burgener & Congressman Wilson & attached Jan. 1953 map of "Clairemont" showing location of C.A.A. Radio Range Station" which was "located in the middle of a proposed shopping area;" a letter (3/31/54) from E.F. Terrar, Jr. & a letter (3/25/54)from F.B. Lee (Administrator of Civil Aeronautics) re/ further discussion on the VHF omnirange cite on land leased from the Peavys and complications from the proposed  construction of a 80-foot-high  water tower; a packet of letters (Mar.- April 1954) with further discussions of the lease site, CAA usage and proposed construction projects; letters (Mar. 1956) from Del Mar constituent Waldron J. Cheyney, Congressman Wilson & Charles J. Lowen, Jr. (Administrator, CAA) re/ concerns about "Freeway US101" & its close proximity to the County's Del Mar Airport; 2 letters (Mar. 1956) from Congressmen Bob Wilson & Cliff Young & a "Memorandum On Bonanza Airlines Application for a Las Vegas-Bakersfield-Riverside/Ontario-San Diego Route" urging the CAA Board grant a hearing on this application; a large packet of materials related to the application of Bonanza Airlines to extend its route and enclosed copies of the legal materials (Docket No. 5773, et al.); copies of Civil Aeronautics Board news releases re/ CAB Revokes Operating Authority of the Four Large Irregular Air Carriers Comprising the North American Airlines" (July 1, 1955) & other letters related to CAB.
Folder 11: Federal Government - Agencies: CAB, 1953-1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, press releases, government reports, brochures, legal dockets, telegrams & other items. Examples are: a 3 page  June 1, 1953, "Hold For Release CONFIDENTIAL" communication from James C. Hagerty (Press Secretary to the President) to the Congress of the United States re/ a reorganization plan for separate payments of airline subsidies & airmail; 3 letters (Dec. 1958-Jan. 1959) from Eric Draper (Travel Agency), James R. Durfee (Chairman, CAB) & Congressman Wilson re/ Mr. Draper's "problem of obtaining approval of the Air Traffic Conference  of America (ATC). . .to sell airline tickets through a new office at Rancho Santa Fe, California;" a copy of an April 1962, Civil Aeronautics Board, "List of Publications;" a copy of a 42 page Civil Aeronautics Board "[Public Notice PN-15] Effective July 3, 1961;" a 27 page copy of "Synopsis of Purposes and Provision of the Federal Aviation Act in Relation to the Civil Aeronautics Board;" a packet of legal documents re/ CAB, Docket No. 6247 ET AL. SERVICE TO PHOENIX CASE -- Decided: September 27, 1957; 2 letters & 1 telegram (May 1957) from Congressman Wilson and James R. Durfee (Chairman, CAB) re/ the service to Phoenix case; CAB press release (6/5/57) re/ Western Airline service from Denver to San Diego with stop at Phoenix and Bonanza Airlines service between Phoenix and Salt Lake City; letters & telegram (June & July 1957) from constituent Eric Draper, James R. Durfee (CAB) & Congressman Wilson re/ Presidential approval "for Pan American World Airways and Trans World Airlines permanent route to Europe via Polar Region from Los Angeles and San Francisco."
Folder 12: Federal Government - Agencies: CAB, 1961-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, office notes, news clippings, notices, brochures & a packet of legal documents. Examples are: a small packet of letters (June & July 1961) from Congressman Wilson, La Jolla constituent Rembert F. James, H.T. Kent Paxson (Investigator, Service Complaint Section, CAB), Kenneth Parratt (Dir. Passenger Service, Pan American World Airways) & Alan S. Boyd (Chairman, CAB) re/ Wilson's assistance to Mr. James' problems with Flight 117 from Paris to Baltimore on June 13, 1961; a small packet containing letters (June 1961) & copies of "By-Laws of the Polish-American Assn. of San Diego & a brochure for their Twentieth Anniversary Ball, May 4, 1957 re/ a mix up and confusion over a charter flight to Warsaw, Poland for this Assn.; a news clipping featuring Peter Kaye's "A Giant Waits At Jet Age Crossroads San Diego's Chances of Becoming Key Air Center In Hands or CAB" (S.D. Union, 8-27-60); letters and a memorandum ( Aug.-Sept. 1962) from Congressman Wilson, R.D. Spicer, Jr. (Professional Products Co.), James W. Dregge (Dir., Office of Community and Congressional Relations, CAB) & attached Memorandum re/ Mr. Spicer's concern with air freight forwarder service  which UPS can render at San Diego; a letter (6/24/63) from constituent Shirley S. Jorgensen & Wilson's reply (7/8/63) & attached copies of "Space Available Transportation For ACCION en Venezuela," a Reader's Digest Reprint "ACCION Speaks Louder Than Words" & an "ACCION . . ." brochure re/ Wilson's attempts to help this organization gain "a favorable decision to ACCION's request for travel as 'space available' passengers on major airlines. . . . At this writing the State Department has not seen fit to categorize ACCION's request;" and a packet containing "Memo To Marge," office note from Marge (7/18 & 7/25/63) & attached copy of "Before the Civil Aeronautics Board . . . In the Matter of SOUTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN AREA LOCAL SERVICE CASE . . . DOCKET NO. 5395, et al. Petition for Reconsideration of Order E-19690 The City of San Diego, San Diego Chamber of Commerce; a large packet containing Transpacific Route Case - Docket 7723 et al. Served Nov. 8, 1963 and Nov. 12, 1963 documents.
Folder 13: Federal Government - Agencies: CAB, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
Four packets of material as follows: Photocopies of 4 pages addressing "Order Denying Petitions for Reconsideration" re/ Transpacific Route Case - Docket 7723 et al. (Mar. 3, 1964) - CAB; 4 letters (11/64) from Congressman Wilson, William J.  Bird, (San Francisco Chamber of Commerce), Alan S. Boyd (Chairman, CAB) & John W. Dregge (Dir., Community and Congressional Relations, CAB) re/ "a proposed interchange for through plane service between California and the West Coast of South America;" a packet of material containing several letters (May-June 1965) from Falcon Travel Service, Congressmen Wilson, Springer & Nelsen & John W. Bregga (CAB) & attached copy of "Travel Weekly," April 6, 1965 re/ Wilson's assistance in helping travel agencies work with the CAB; a packet containing a "Servicio Aereo Baja Flying Service" brochure & letters (Feb.-Ap. 1965) from Wilson, John W. Dregge (CAB), Capt. Francisco Munoz ( Servicio Aereo Baja S. De. R.L.) & Richard Grihalva (Dick Grihalva Buick) re/ Wilson's assistance in helping Senior Munoz obtain a permit for a flying service between Tijuana to San Diego.
Folder 14: Federal Government - Agencies: FAA, 1959-1961Add to your cart.

A large collection of letters, news clippings, telegrams, government reports & other items. Examples are: news clipping - "Jet Airport Seen by '65 FAA Report Lists Plans For San Diego," (S.D. Evening Tribune, 4/3/59); 4 letters (Aug.-Sept. 1959) from Ramona constituent Hans Starr (Starr-Rutherford Cattle Co.), Congressman Wilson & Robert E. Williams (Office of Congressional Liaison, FAA) re/ "Lease FAh-30 between Mr. Starr and the Federal Aviation Agency for land on which to eract a VORTAC facility atop Volcan Mountain" and problems with cut timber; telegram (11/12/59) and phone message notes (11/9/59) re/ assistance for Imperial Beach constituent Diego Xavier and problems with FAA in correcting registration for a Boeing YL-15; "Memo to RCW From LWL" (25June59) "This may be trivia, but can't run chance of being remiss in not telling you" re/ meeting at Brown Field with General Quesada and his attitude; a letter (10/19/60) from Robert E. Williams (Congressional Liaison Officer, FAA) and attached copy of "FAA News" Oct. 21, 1960 re/ "Federal Aviation Agency Schedules Largest Expansion of Navigation Aids . . . "with a program totalling $163,250,000 for the current fiscal year;" a letter (3/3/59) from E.R. Quesada (Administrator, FAA) and attached copies of "Federal-Aid Airport Program Annual Distribution of $63,000,000 Authorization For Fiscal Year 1961," Press release - "Federal Aid Airport Program for Fiscal Year 1961," & "Summary of Work Breakdown" (56 pages); letters and notes (Mar.-May 1961) re/ constituent interests in having more landing strips for small plane owners established in San Diego County and reference to the FAA's "Economic Planning for General Aviation Airports;" a copy of "Aircraft Noise Abatement," Planning Series Item No. 3, Sept. 2, 1960, FAA (14 pages); a small number of letters (Ap.-July 1961) from constituent Mrs. Michael Brick (residence on Ocean Blvd.), Brig. General Paul T. Preuss (FAA), James T. Fyle (Acting Asst. Admin. for Plans, FAA) & Congressman Wilson re/ constituents near Lindbergh Field "were awakened last night at 1:45 AM from a sound sleep by the roar of a commercial jet air liner" and seek redress with the help of their congressman; letters & news clippings (1961) re/ complaints about "Airline Pilot Pleads for Safety Measures;"

letters (Dec. 1960 - Feb. 1961) from Walter J. Zable (President, Cubic Corp.), Congressman Wilson & James Pyle (FAA) re/ the Multi-Object Phase Tracking and Ranging System (MOPTARS); & letters (Jan. 1961) from E.R. Quesada (Administrator, FAA) & Wilson re/an editorial, "Orchids For A Tough Guy," the EL CAJON VALLEY NEWS, praising General Quesada as head administrator for the FAA in air safety issues with the Airline Pilots' Assn.

Folder 15: Federal Government - Agencies: FAA, 1962-1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, office notes, memos, news letters, articles & other items. Examples are: 1 letter (8/29/62) from Joeseph H. Tippets (Asst. Admin., Western Region, FAA) & attached copy of a press release for 8/31/62) re/ "An agreement for joint Air Force-Federal Aviation Agency use of the air defense radar facility at Mt. Laguna, 50 miles east of San Diego, will become effective on August 31, 1962;" office memo to "Mr. Wilson Re: Japanese turbo prop aircraft" (n.d.); letters (Mar. & Ap. 1962) from constituent Walt Mooney, Congressman Wilson, D.D. Thomas (Dir., Air Traffic Service, FAA) re/ information on "two-way radio requirements of Civil Air Regulations" for a local airman; two packets of letters from constituents regarding complaints about lost luggage & traffic patterns over San Diego; letters (Nov. 1961-Feb. 1962) from Imperial Beach constituent Kenneth L. Overly, Congressman Wilson & R.H. Willey (Asst. Admin., Personnel and Training, FAA re/ Mr. Overly's being dropped from training at the FAA's Center in Oklahoma City as an Air Traffic Control Specialist; other items in this collection deal with -- the 1963 National Airport Plan, private pilot instrument requirements, a commercial airline pilot's complaint about FAA, compliants from the City of Long Beach re/ the purchase by "three major United States airlines" of British Aircraft Corp. twin engine jets for delivery in 1965 and the threat posed to Southern California industry, S.D. Taxpayer Assn concerns about matching funds for the new airport terminal at Lindbergh Field, a El Cajon constituent's complaints about the FAA & complaints from the El Cajon Chamber of Commerce about general aviation being "Short Changed" by the current distribution of Federal funds.
Folder 16: Federal Government - Agencies: FAA re Parachute Jumping, 1965Add to your cart.
All the items in this folder are concerned with citizen complaints against the FAA, the ATA & the ALPA consideration of revising "Part 105 (Parachute Jumping) of the Federal Aviation Regulations by placing certain restrictions on parachute jumping in controlled airspace and approved off-airway routes."
Folder 17: Federal Government - Agencies: FCC, 1957-1959Add to your cart.

A collection of letters, telegrams, legal briefs and other items. Examples are: a small packet of letters (1957) from Congressman Wilson, Mary Jane Morris (Secretary, FCC), Sydney B. Dodds (Supt. of Operations, S.D. & Coronado Ferry Co.) & Wm. M. McGuire (Chairman, National Ferryboat Operations Assn.) re/ complaints against the current rules of the FCC as to regulating ferryboats under PL 985 and seeking delay until Congress reconvenes; letters (1957) from Wilson, constituent Arthur R. Smith, Mary Jane Morris (Secretary, FCC) & attached 25 page copy of "Docket No. 11994" "Notice Of Proposed Rule Making" re/ proposed discontinuance of the use of the "eleven-meter band" of radio frequencies for amateur radio operation; letters (Aug. 1957) from Wilson, constituent Donald M. Bardsley & Robert E. Lee (Acting Chairman, FCC) re/ Mr. Bardsley's frustration with local FM stations' "wavelength wandering" ruining LA classical music broadcasts and "ham" broadcasts cutting across AM radio; a packet of letters (May-June 1957) re/ The City of Imperial Beach obtaining FCC approval for a police radio service; a small packet of corresp. dealing with constituent complaints about the FCC proposal to narrow the FM broadcast band "to allocate part of it to the trucking industry fro private use;" letters (1959) from Congressman Wilson, William E. Goetze (KFSD Inc.), Mary Jane Morris (Secretary, FCC) & enclosed copy of "Nine Years Later and No NARBA Hyde sees trouble unless broadcasters get behind treaties," BROADCASTING, June 15, 1959 re/ Mr. Goetze is concerned about "severe inteference to American stations along the border from Mexicans who will not respect power limitations . . .;"

copies of FCC, "Docket No. 12274 Report and Order" & "Docket No. 12729 Report" re/ "Extended Hours of Broadcast- ing for Daytime Standard Broadcasting Stations" & "Inquiry into . . . Daytime Operations form 6:00 AM or Local Sunrise (whichever is earlier) to 6:00 P  or Local Sunset . . . ."

Folder 18: Federal Government - Agencies: FCC, 1960-1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, telegrams, legal briefs, public notices and other items. Examples are: a telegram ((5/20/60) from George Whitney (VP & Gen. Mgr., KFMB-TV), office memo (6/14/60) & Wilson's reply (6/24/60) re/ interest in getting an industry favorite, Homer Lane, appointed to the vacant seat on the FCC is not politically viable; a packet of corresp. (Feb.-Mar. 1960) re/ responses to La Mesa constituent Mrs. Kirby's praise for FCC and television programming; 2 copies of "Union Calendar No. 546 . . . Investigation of Regulatory Commissions and Agencies, Interim Report;" a letter (3/20/61) from E. Keene Wolcott (General Partner, Norman C. Roberts Co., New York Stock Exchange) & a reply (4/13/61) from Leon W. Parma (Admin. Asst. to Wilson) re/ "Vagabond Motor Hotels, Inc. File No. 24FS-2847" & corresp. (June-July 1962) re/ complaints against FTC proposed Rule "Docket No. 14507 which would establish a fee of $5 for the filing of application in the Ameteur Radio Service.
Folder 19: Federal Government - Agencies: FCC, 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, reports, & congressional documents. The predominance of this corresp. indicates constituent concerns about the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" at issue in the FCC's Public Notice - BFCG 63-734-38372 dated July 26, 1963 and many appear to be politically conservative challenges to FCC rules for broadcasting.
Folder 20: Federal Government - Agencies: FHA, 1953-1954Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, brochures, reports, news clippings and other items. Examples are: corresp. from constituents seeking Wilson's assistance in transferring to larger public housing facilities; responses from the PHA; job applications and interests in employment with the FHA; the City of Coronado's interest in the agency; complaints about vacating dwelling units in public housing & evictions; a letter to Richard Nixon (5/18/53) from "A doubting Republican, who voted for a change" & does not see it for the "little people;" a notice of "Govern-ment Sale of Land - 186 Acres" in Nashville, Tenn.; a copy of Coronado Mayor Lloyd M. Harmon's letter re/ anti rent control, Harry Truman and other governmentsl activities, a constituent's "well-written letter of protest against the dismantling of Government Housing projects;" letters and news information re/local Republican activities and PHA; corresp. re/ Navy housing in San Diego; problem of an owner of leased land located in the Frontier Housing Section on Midway Drive  which the government obtained in 1944; a copy of a "Nite Letter" (11/4/53) to Senator William F. Knowland from the building industry strongly recommending the appointment of their associate,  Charles A. Taylor, as FHA Director; & other constituent concerns in this folder.
Folder 21: Federal Government - Agencies: FHA, 1955-1957Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, telegrams, maps, press releases and other items. Examples are: Letters (5/55) from Congressman Wilson, Fred Slick (City of San Diego Clerk), transmission slip from Mrs. Faye Hartman (FHA, San Diego) & a copy of Resolution No. 126034 commending "Faye Hartman for her splendid spirit of public and cooperative service in her official position as Special Field Representative of the Public Housing Administration of the United States;" letters (Dec. 1954 - Jan. 1955) from constituent Wayne Gross, Congressman Wilson & Walter Forward, Jr. (Dir. of FHA's S.D. Insuring Office) re/ complaints from Mr. Gross about misleading "FHA" advertising for a 4500 acre Sam Berger land development project in Lake Park; Western Union telegram (5/5/55) from John A. Steiger to Congressman Wilson re/ Housing needs for Camp Pendleton personnel; a letter (6/20/55) from Walter L. Forward, Jr. to Wilson re/ comments about the effect of airport and aircraft on housing locations & other letters containing similar concerns; a letter (5/27/55) from Martin L. Gleisch (President, American Housing Guild), Wilson's reply (6/10/55) & enclosed map of the "Kearny Mesa and North Clairemont Area" and concerns about the projected flight pattern of Miramar; letters concerning down payment requirements and rules governing mortgage insurance for servicemen; letters (11/55) from Congressman Wilson to various city officials, from Albert M. Cole (Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency) & attached copy of "Information For Public Agencies Regarding Assistance For Advances Under Public Law 560" re/ Wilson's help to various local officials in using this federal program; press releases from Congressman Wilson re/ "Active duty personnel will . . . be able to buy homes on a 5% down payment under the National Housing Act & the appointment of Faye Hartman as "director of an FHA district insuring office;" a letter (n.d.) from Coronado constituent Lucille B. Hayes & a response (12/3/54) from E.F. Terrar, Jr (Admin. Asst. for Wilson) re/ increase in rental costs for public housing & other complaints; letters (4/56) from B.W. Decker (S.D. Chairman, Republican Central Committee), Charles E. Slusser (Commissioner, PHA), Congressman Wilson & enclosed RESOLUTION from the Republican Central Committee praising the "able administration of Mrs. Faye Hartman" and other Republicans in government elective and appointive offices; copies of press releases from the Housing and Home Finance Agency (1957) re/ "plans for a new elementary school at Bonita, San Diego County," and "plans for a new elementary school at El Cajon, San Diego County."
Folder 22: Federal Government - Agencies: FHA, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos, telegrams, statements and other items. Examples are: a copy of an FHA "Weekly Summary of Insuring Office Operations For the Week Ending March 6, 1959;" letters & memo (Feb. 1959) re/ personal issues about civil service appointment & many other letters re/ problems of selling homes and other issues including "heavy volume of applications through the local FHA office;" a packet of letters (Feb.-May 1959) detailing complaints from an Imperial Beach constituent regarding a home "purchased under a Federal Housing Administration loan" in the Pacific Valley Estates tract; office notes and letter (April 1960) from Wilson to Clair W. Burgener re/ personal commentary; a packet of letters (June 1960) & a copy of "Statement by Lloyd A. Fry Chairman of the Board Lloyd A. Fry Roofing Company Before the Subcommittee on Housing of the Committee on Banking and Currency United States Senate May 17, 1960" re/ asphalt shingles and the FHA.
Folder 23: Federal Government - Agencies: FHA, 1961-1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, press releases & other items. Examples are: letters (Nov.-Dec. 19610 from William Burnett (Burnett Furniture Company) & Congressman Wilson & attached copy of "FHA Policy Installation of Wall-To-Wall Carpeting and Draperies In Apartment Units," Federal Housing Administration, Nov. 27, 1961 re/ query about FHA accepting "carpets and draperies as mortgage security in multi-family dwellings;" letters (July 1961) from constituent Floyd Wundrow & Congressman Wilson re/ Mr. Wundrow's problems, then resolution of issues, with the FHA; 1 letter (6/27/62) from Hugh Mields, Jr (Asst. Admin. for Congressional Liaison, Housing and Home Finance Agency) & enclosed copy of a press release announcing "two urban planning grants totaling $36,755 to aid Chula Vista and Mount Shasta in the preparation of comprehensive plans for their growth and development;" letters (May & June 1962) from Faye Hartman (Dir., FHA San Diego) & Rear Adm. Murr E. Arnold, Commandant, Eleventh Naval Dist. re/ prospective FHA multifamily foreclosed projects & a report to the Zone Operations Commissioner; 2 HHFA News releases for May & June 1962 re/ FHA "has developed a model statue for legal authority of condominium ownership" & appointment of Drake B. Moody to succeed Mrs. Faye Hartman "as director of FHA's San Diego . . . insuring office;" letters (May 1963) from Lemon Grove constituent Sam C. Harris (Harris & Associates, Developers and Builders), Congressman Wilson & Philip N. Brownstein (Commissioner, FHA) re/ confusion over FHA policy as to carpets & draperies in houses as opposed to apartments as appraised value; HHFA News release for 4/15/65 re/ "Sewage Facilities To Be Planned By Santee, Calif., Water District, with CFA Advance" of $4,500 Public Works Planning advance from the Community Facilities Admin. The project will cost $1,400,000 & a copy of a letter (2/11/?65) from constituent C.E. Pitsinger to the President of the United States & Wilson's reply (2/17/65) re/ Mr. Pitsinger's happiness with President Johnson's victory in November. "Now the dark clouds have all been cleared. Now we 'can breathe' again."
Folder 24: Federal Government - Agencies: FTC, 1953-59 & 1961-63Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news releases, periodical articles & other items. Examples are: letters (Oct.-Nov. 1955) from Edward Baranov ((CPA), E.F. Terrar, Jr. (Admin. Asst. to Wilson) & Robert N. Parriash (Secretary, FTC) re/ a client of Chinese descent doing a wholesale pen repair service since 1924 in San Diego that had difficulty in getting parts and supplies directly from the manufacturers. Was this restraint of trade?; a large packet of letters (Oct. 1957 to Feb. 1959) from FTC, Wilson, Fitch-Lane Optical Co. San Diego & others re/ alleged discrimination in sales process among optical companies; two letters (8/18/61) to Congressman Wilson from Robert S. Osgood, Inc. (Lumber and Veneers, Los Angeles) & the Philippine Mahogany Assoc., Inc. (South Pasadena, CA) re/ complaints against a trade group, "Mahogany Association," who "has been mounting an intensive . . . series of attacks on Philippine Mahogany;" a letter (3/23/62) from La Jolla constituent H. Foster Wright, Congressman Wilson's reply (3/28/62) and a tear sheet from BARRON'S that discusses FTC chairman Paul Rand Dixon critically "and the anti-business attitude of the Kennedy Administration;" letters (Oct. - Dec. 1963) from constituents Mr. & Mrs. Binley, Wilson, & Joseph W. Shea (Sec. FTC) re/ the Binley's concern about cigarette advertising and the smoking-health problem & a large collection of letters (June 192- July 1963) re/Congressman Wilson's assistance in helping consumers gain FTC protection against Damar Products, Inc. & Merchandise Credit Vouchers.
Folder 25: Federal Government - Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, 1953-56, 1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memos & federal laws. Examples are: a copy of an 8 page letter (June 29, 1955) from Mike M. Masaoka (Washington Rep. for Japanese American Citizens League), a 2 page copy of C.F. Brickfield (Counsel), "Subcommittee No. 2 - Information Sheet Background and Problems Relating to Japanese Evacuation Claims Act - H.R. 7763" & a 6 page copy of "Japanese American Evacuation Claims Act Changes in Existing Law Proposed By H.R. 7763;" a letter (9/23/55) from Dorothy Marui, a notarized  photocopy of sale of cafe business stock on Dec. 18, 1941 & a copy of "Claim of $4040.00 of Akira Kurashige and Wife, Kiyome Kurashige. One Daughter, Alice Kurashige re/ details of losses, personal & material, due to wartime evacuation; a copy of H.R. 7763; copies of FCSC Form 560a 12/1954, "Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United State . . . (Successor to the War Claims Commission) Application for Detention Benefits for Civilian American Citizens or Their Survivors" & Press release (5/6/55) from the "Foreign Claims Settlement Commission;" & a packet of letters (1949 & 1959) re/ Mr. & Mrs. L.H. Wolfgram's attempts to use the foreign claims commission for losses sustained "During the war years" as internees in the Santo Tomas prison, Manila.
Folder 26: Federal Government - Agencies: GAO, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
Only two main items in this folder. Letters (Dec. 1959 to Jan. 1960) from La Mesa constituent Frank J. Krantz, Congressman Wilson, Joseph Campbell (Comptroller General of the U.S.) & a news clipping "Agency Saves U.S. 60 Million In 1959" (UPI) re/ audits of government agencies and Mr. Krantz' anti-government point of view and a letter (9/14/60) from Frank E. Alderman (President, Consulting Engineers Assn. of California) & Wilson's reply (9/28/60) re/ another anti-public agency point of view.
Folder 27: Federal Government - Agencies: Gen. Serv. Admi ., 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, an office note  & federal publications. Examples are: letters ( Oct. 1962) from constituents Charles V. Langon & W.S. Miller, Jr. & attached Wilson office note re/ North Park Development Assn. and a building project for the General Service Administration and leasing agreements; letters (May - July 1961) from John L. Moore (Administrator, GSA) and enclosed "copy of  of a recently published pamphlet entitled 'Leasing Space to the Government" and "the booklet, 'Doing Business With the Federal Government.'"
Folder 28: Federal Government - Agencies: Housing & Home Finance, 1957Add to your cart.
Copies of HHFA notices for "Lowe, Malcom . . .JUNE 13, 1957 re: legislation concerning interest rates on residence hall loans for California state colleges" & "RE: Correspondence with Roy E. Simpson . . . June 24, 1957 Re: Thanks for fine response which Mr. Wilson gave to request to gaining approval of state college residence hall program.
Folder 29: Federal Government - Agencies: International Cooperation Adm., 1957-1960Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, articles, reports & a telegram. Examples are: a typed copy of a report entitled "Replies To Criticisms of the International Cooperation Which Appear in the 'Ugly American' Summary," prepared by Office of Mutual Security Information, U.S. Department of State, October 1959;  the 23 page booklet entitled "Reply To Criticism in the Ugly American;" a letter (12/31/1957) from Guilford Jameson (Deputy Dir. for Congressional Relations, International Cooperation Admin.) to Wilson and attached pamphlet entitled "Development Loan Fund;" letters (1959) from constituent Ruel Liggett (Attorney at Law), an attached editorial by Raymond Moley, "Money Against Nature" (Newsweek, 6/29/59) & a news clipping,"Postscript to a Sawmill" (n.d. n.s.), Congressman Wilson's replies & letters from Guildford Jameson (Deputy Dir. for Congressional Relations, ICA) re/ a sawmill rusting away in Iran and critiques of government support for agriculture; letters and telegram (1960) re/ the ICA's Investment Guaranty Program.
Folder 30: Federal Government - Agencies: ICC, 1959-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, news clippings and other items. Examples are: letters (1959) from constituent Alexander W. Kahn, Leon W. Parma (Admin. Asst. to Wilson), ICC Secretary Harold D. McCoy & Margaret Young (Wilson's Secretary) re/  a complaint about the handling of household goods by Pan American Van Lines, Inc.; a large packet of corresp. & invoices (1958-59) re/ Greyhound Lines, ICC and complaints from John T. Warburton (Principal, Grossmont High School), John A. Burdick (Grossmont High School Associated Student Advisor) as to interstate commerce fees for 12 charter buses, round trip, to Yuma, AZ on Oct. 10, 1958; letters (1963) from constituent Frank A. Marik, Congressman Wilson, Hiram H. Spicer, III (Legislative Counsel, ICC) & attached news page from LABOR (9/28/63)  re/ complaints about RR grade crossing hazards & an example in "30 Killed in Crash; Stress Greater Crossing Safety" near Salinas CA & deaths of imported Mexican farm workers; letters (1963) from Congressman Wilson, Don L. Walker (Walker's Clairemont Transfer) & Interstate Commerce Commission Secretary Harold D. McCoy re/ complaints about those tenders for the military that do not follow PUC and ICC rates, thus a monoply exists.
Folder 31: Federal Government - Agencies: Maritime Commission, 1956Add to your cart.
One telegram and one letter (5/4/56) from P.H. Davenport (President, Southern Equipment and Supply Company, San Diego) & a reply (5/7/56) from E.F Terrar (Admin. Asst. to Wilson) re/ "a hearing before the Maritime Commission on the subject of Pope & Talbot Steamship Compnay being allocated additional freighters for inter-coastal service." Mr. Davenport urges Wilson to support this "It would be great service to us and to the National Steel & Shipbuilding . . . in San Diego."
Folder 32: Federal Government - Agencies: Office of Rent Stablization, 1952 -1953Add to your cart.

A large collection of letters, telegrams, news items and other material. Examples are: Several letters from constituents and Wilson's replies objecting to the Office of Rent Stabilization in contrast to a 6 page copy of an editorial by Paul White for KFMB, 8:13 P.M., Feb. 10, 1953 discussing the issues facing "117,000 families in San Diego County -- those who rent their homes. On April 30th, unless something is done about it by Congress or the State, their rents will no longer be controlled:" a letter (2/16/53) from J.H. Sutton of Lakeside to Senator Kuchel re/ the unwise recent move of dropping controls on gasoline -- this was "a mandate to bankrupt the average family;" an 8 page copy of a press release from the Office of Price Stabilization (2/18/53) re/ "Price Decontrol Actions;" a telegram (2/7/53) from a "Hopeful Republican and Earnest Worker Toward Your Election" objecting that Wilson was not doing enough to stop rent control, we "want no more of Harry's Fair Deal;" a 3 page letter (1/19/53) from Forrest J.T. May (Lucky Stores, Inc.) to Congressman Wilson complaining about OPS price controls; a 4 page copy of John Cotton's "The Apartment Industry" (V.P., National Apartment Owners's Assn.) celebrating the new presidential administration's business friendly environment; a large packet of letters (Mar.-May 1953) re/ Trailer Court & Motel rentals and price controls in San Diego County; a "copy of report of the meeting (3/53) held . . . in the City of Coronado, California, in connection with certain rental problems that have arisen in that locality;"

several more letters from constituents to Congressman Wilson & his replies indicating either pro or con as to continued rent control for San Diegans; a large collection of letters (Aug. 1952 - Feb. 1953) re/ ORS rent ceilings for "luxury type apartments  which constitute perhaps 5% of the rentable units being built today."

Folder 33: Federal Government - Agencies: Office of Rent Stablilization, 1952-1953Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, reports, news releases, news clippings and other material. Examples are: Exensive amount of corresp. from constituents as to pro or con views on rent control for San Diegans; a copy of San Diego Rental Board #1, #2 & #3 membership analysis (names and details); a 6 page copy of "Speaking of San Diego Monday, March 16, 1953" re/ a refutation to Coronado Mayor Harmon's fantasy that "major rent reductions were being ordered in his city as part of some kind of dark New Deal conspiracy;" copies of Congressman Wilson's response to 3 members of San Diego Rent Advisory Board #1 indicating his "chief objection to the system employed in San Diego;"  a letter (4/11/53) from Nestor constituent Franklin A. Perry & Wilson's reply (4/28/53) re/ "your very frank and complete explanation of the operation of the Rent Stablilization program in San Diego County;" letters from members of Rent Advisory Board #1 to Wilson re/ misinformation and disagreement with Wilson's "hasty criticism of the the Board" and information in the San Diego Evening Tribune dated April 3, 1953; a press release packet from the Economic Stabilization Agency (Dec. 9, 1952) re/ "Report By Michael V. Disalle, Special Consultant, to Roger L. Putnam Administrator, ESA, on the Continuing Need for Direct Price Controls;"a 10 page Memorandum to William G. Barr Acting Dir. of Rent Stabilization from O.H. Peterson, Regional Dir., #VIII re/ "San Diego Defense Rental Area -- Your Memorandum of March 5, 1953;" copies of Memorandum to O.H. Peterson, Regional Dir. from Albert M. Olson, Area Rent Dir., San Diego re/ Quality Housing; copies of "Congressional Referral" for tenants and landlords re/ rent increases; news clippings from The San Diego Union (3/12/53) re/ "'Confiscatory' Rental Slash Orders Charged" and charges that outgoing Democrats are trying to embrass the new administration; a copy of a "COMPARABILITY Methods and Procedures" analysis (3/13/53) from San Diego Area Rent Office,  a "Summary of Major Findings" for 1952 & more news clippings re/ San Diego.
Folder 34: Federal Government - Agencies: Public Housing Admin., 1954-1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, news clippings,  memos, booklets, telegrams and other items. Examples are: letters (Ap. - May 1954) from E.F. Terrar, Jr. (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), Faye Hartman (Special Field Representative, Housing and Home Finance Agency San Diego), Congressman Wilson & attached news clipping "PHA, City Confer On Linda Vista Sale," Evening Tribune (5/20/54 - a-7) re/ constituent Arthur Nicodemus, tenants in the CAL-4803 Linda Vista Project, & a "Pay Rent or Quit" notice; a letter (9/23/54) to Congressman Wilson from Charles E. Slusser (Commissioner, PHA) re/ "transfer and relinguish temporary war housing projects" in Chula Vista and National City consisting of 1500 dwelling units; a letter (12/29/54) to Wilson from Acting Commissioner Cussie re/ "transfer and relinquish temporary war housing projects" in San Diego consisting of 1236 dwelling units; a letter (1/10/55) from Commissioner Slusser to Wilson & attached copy of "August 6, 1954 THE UNITED STATES HOUSING ACT OF 1937, AS AMENDED" 26 pages; 2 packets of letters (1954 & 1955) re/ "dedication of land at Linda Vista for recreation purposes" & "disposition of temporary housing units on Torrey Pines Road;"1 letter (5/3/55) & 1 telegram (6/1/55) from J.C. Lauderbach (Superintendent, Chula Vista City School District) & Wilson's replies (5/17 & 6/2/55) re/ Hilltop Housing Units, possible Navy acquisition and property adjacent for school site purposes; several letters (1955) from constituents related to such topics as: Boys Club in Linda Vista, anti governement slum clearance and housing for elder citizens from "Chuck" (Realtors Curtis Coleman Co), appeals to retain the Frontier United Church at 3601 Frontier Avenue for community use, the interests of the Linda Vista Methodist Church in acquiring "additional land to provide parking space, youth recreation facilities and future expansion, "the possiblity of transferring the Azure Vista Management-Community Building to the V. F. W. Post No. 2415;" a small packet of letters (July 1955) re/ complaints from San Diego Realty Board and responses from PHA re/ "low-rent program administered by" the Housing and Home Finance Agency; a letter (3/6/56) from Mr. & Mrs. Howard Bolton & Wilson's reply (3/14/56) re/ the Bolton's loss if their low-cost public housing is phased out -- "Where will the poor people go?;" an 8 page  booklet, "Current Work of the Public Housing Administration;" letters & telegrams (Feb. 1956) re/ interest of the San Diego Hospital Assn. . . . in acquiring vacant [PHA] lands" in Chula Vista; interest of Pacific Beach Church of Christ in acquiring a building site in Bay View Terrace; copies of March 28, 1956 letters to PHA Commissioner Charles E. Slusser from Congressman Wilson praising Mrs. Faye Hartman and recommending the appointment as special representative in San Diego of Mr. M.D. Rodgers to replace the retiring Mrs. Hartman.
Folder 35: Federal Government - Agencies: SBA, 1953-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, booklets, pamphlets, news letters & other items. Examples are: letters (June & July 1955) from Fred Kunzel (Luce, Forward, Kunzel & Scripps), Congressman Wilson & Donald McLarnan (Regional Dir., SBA) re/ tuna boat operators and need for Small Loans Corporation availability; a letter (7/31/55) from Chula Vista constituent William B. Drummon & E.F. Terrar, Jr.'s responses (8/9/55) re/ Mr. Drummond's attempts to obtain a farm loan to raise chickens and his enclosed "Estimated Cost of Starting Chicken Farm In Chula Vista" at a cost of $161,000 for 30,000 chickens to full production; a 3 page "Memorandum To Bob From Ed RE Meeting Held On Wednesday, August 17, Department of State;" a small packet of corresp. (1955) re/ "applications for loans to the tuna industry, the Small Business Administration . . . [has] given priority to loan requests from the tuna industry;" letters (2/56) from Stimson Aircraft Tool and Engineering Corp. & Wilson re/ business expansion and jobs  necessitate government loans; a letter (9/12/56) To All Members of Congress from Wendell B. Barnes (Administrator, SBA) and attached copies of "SBA Business Loans" (12 pages) and "Progress Report By The Cabinet Committee On Small Business" (Aug. 7, 1956, 14 pages); a copy of ""SBA PROCUREMENT CONFERENCES" & "DRAFT OF CONGRESSIONAL PRESS RELEASE;" a copy of the SBA's "Management Aids for Small Business," Revised April 1954;" a letter (1/12/59) from Mary McKiernan (Chula Vista Transfer and Storage) and Wilson's reply (1/14/59) re/ business expansion and need for small business loan; copies of SBA Investment Division, REPORTER for Nov. 1959 and Jan. 1960; letters (Nov. -Dec. 1959) re/ "Tom's Mattress Center" & desire to obtain a small business loan; a packet of corresp. & Lessor's Agreement (1959 - 1960) re/ $100,000 direct loan . . . [for] proposed constructing mobile trailer park on leased ground," 8.6 acres on Highway 80 at Baltimore in La Mesa.
Folder 36: Federal Government - Agencies: SBA, 1961-1963Add to your cart.

A large collection of letters, press releases, memorandum, statements & other publications. Examples are: Feb. 17, 1961 Press Release from SBA re/ Appointment of William L. Sturdevant, Jr. as Special Assistant to the Administrator for Congressional Relations; a copy of "THE REPORTER," 1/61 and "Part 107 SBA Rules and Regulations;" corresp. (Mar. - Ap. 1961) from the Swartout Co.(investments), Congressman Wilson & John E. Horne (SBA) re/ Mr. Swartout's interest "in forming a S.B.I.C. company for the purpose of making loans to small businesses in the San Diego area;" letters (June & July 1961) from John E. Horne (SBA) indicating new SBA licenses issued to Southwestern Capital Corp. & to Palomar Capital Corp. to provide loans to small businesses; letters (Jan. 1961) re/ Blue Pacific Nursery, Inc and Landscape, Inc. and small business loans; 4 page SBA press release (8/6/62) -- during June "the SBA approved 342 business loans for $21,938,000; 414 disaster loans for $6,119,000 and two local development company loans for $68,760;" letters (8/1 & 8/21/62) from Congressmen Lionel Van Deerlin and Bob Wilson re/ SBA office in San Diego area and political rivalry; letters (5/7 & 5/22/62) re/ Associated General Contractors, resolutions passed and SBA; a large packet of corresp. (1963) and a copy of H.R. 2422 (88th Cong., 1st. Sess.) "To Amend the Small Business Investment Act of 1958, the Investment Company Act of 1940, and for other purposes" re/ commentaries from the law offices of Hamilton & Perry & SBA responses; commentary and resolutions from Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors

(June 1963) opposing S. 757 and H.R. 2029;

a copy of Charles E. Salik (President, Electronics Capital Corp.), "The Outlook For Small Businesss Investment Comapnies" presented at a forum held in New York on April 10, 1963; 20 page SBA press release for June 28, 1963 re/ "Nearly $36 million in loans were approved;" a 19 page listing of "Small Business Investment Companies Licensed By the Small Business Administration;" a 8 page booklet from the Associated General Contractors of America criticizing the SBA, "The Goverment is Wrong," other material indicating this critical trend of attacking government aqencies & pamphlets and other material presented by the SBA.

Folder 37: Federal Government - Agencies: SBA, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, press releases and other items. Examples are: a letter (7/7/65) from John W. Quimby inviting Congressman Wilson to the dedication on July 12 of the new office for the San Diego Regional Office of the SBA; a packet of letters (Feb.-Ap. 1965) from constituent Joseph J. Pentek, Congressman Wilson & Irving Maness (Deputy Admin., SBA) re/ commentary on SBA'S SCORE program;  a copy of a letter (4/1/65) from Alvin P. Meyers (SBA Regional Dir.) to Mrs. Marge O'Donnell (Field Representative to Congressman Wilson) and her brief commentary re/ Mr. Meyers takes issue with a misleading article by Fulton Lewis, Jr. in the San Diego Union as to salaries of various chiefs of different bureaus heading up "The War on Poverty;" a 2 page SBA press release (2/24/65) noting "that 131 prime contracts valued at $13,458,229 were awarded by various government  purchasing agencies during the month of January 1965 to small business concerns" in this region & a small packet of letters (Mar.-Ap. 1965) from H.P. Waldron, Congressman Wilson & Logan B. Hendricks (Deputy Administrator, SBA) re/ a 68 year old retiree wishes to form a small business to help supplement his meager Social Security income of $1200 a year. "I am not wanted on a job."
Box 22: Federal GovernmentAdd to your cart.
Armed Forces 1953-1965; Air Forces 1953-1965; Army 1957-65; Camp Roberts; Exercise Water Moccasin; Federal Government Agencies; Smithsonian 1955;  USIA 1954-1955
Folder 1: Federal Government - Air Force, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams,  memorandum, a petition and other information. Examples are: Copies of "Report of Air Force Family Housing Projects Authorized Under Fy 57 and Prior MCP" as of 28 August 1956 and 12 September 1956, "Mt. Laguna, Calif." referenced; "Memorandum July 25, 1955," letter & telegram response from Congressman Wilson re/ telephone calls about property Mrs. Judson owns in the Pine Valley area and Army engineers surveying the area for an air strip; 2 letters (1/8/54) from Congressman Wilson re/ runway problems at Luke Field near Phoenix, AZ; a collection of letters (1955-1956) & a petition  "protesting the construction of an aircraft landing strip in the Pine Valley area "for liaison type aircraft in connection with the Mount Laguna Radar Station;" a letter (7/11/56) to Wilson from Major General Joe W. Kelly (USAF) re/ "the number of bombs that would be necessary to inflict heavy damage on Russian key facilities and industries;" a packet of telegrams, letters &  "Air Force Procurement Circular No. 10" (2/11/55) re/ concerns about "dispersal" (i.e. loss) of federal support for aircraft and electronic industries in Southern California,  illicted much response from the local Chamber of Commerce.
Folder 2: Federal Government - Air Force, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
A collection of government reports and letters. Examples are: A copy of United States Air Force, "Certain Widely Utilized Personnel Procedures;" a copy of a letter (4/18/57) from Sec. of the Air Force Donald A. Quarles to Senator Magnuson re/ B-52, B-58 & KC-135 program; copies of three letters (5/57) from Congressman Wilson re/ a constituent's trip to Eglin Air Force Base; copies of Department of the Air Force, Disposal and Acquisiton Projects #42 - #401 re/ Air Force Bases such Robins, Orlando, Holloman, South Annex Support Center, Beane, Paine, Travis, Williams, Oxnard, Lincoln, F.E. Warren, McClellan & Suffolk; copies of  Dept. of Air Force, "Construction Projects" for "Joint Long Range Proving Ground, Patrick Air Force Base, Florida --  Intermdiate Range Ballistic Missile (Army)" with estimated cost of $2,628,000" and "ICBM Inter Continental Ballistics Missile Program" re/ fiscal years 1957-1957 of $70,900,000; a copy of News Release (DOD) Nov. 5, 1957 re/ "Air Force's 10 Year Study of Unidentified Flying Objects" and a constituent letter regarding this subject;  letters (1958) and a reprint copy of "Flying - An Open Letter to the Congress" re/ patriotic endeavors; and additional letters re/ UFOs.
Folder 3: Federal Government - Air Force, 1959-1960Add to your cart.

A large collection of letters, government reports, news releases and other items. Examples are: Letters (Oct.-Nov. 1959) from constituent Miss Dorothy R. Gombold, Margaret M. Young (Secretary to Wilson) & Colonel Harold P. Sparks (Dept. of the  Air Force) re/ certain expenses Miss Gombold incurred in connection with household goods shipped from overseas; letters (March 1959) from constituent Edward Sarviel, Congressman Wilson, Major General W.P. Fisher (Dir. Legislative Liaison, USAF) & a copy of "Statement By the Secretary of the Air Force James H. Douglas On the Training Program at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas" re/ a controversial article in the March 1959 edition of "True" magazine; copies of 2 letters (4/9/59) re/ interest in Air Force policy about recruiting of individuals arrested for speeding; 2 letters (Sept. & Oct. 1960) to Wilson from the Dept. of the Air Force re/ anticipated "personnel build-up in Southern California in connection with the management of our missile and space programs; 5 letters (Feb.-Mar. 1960) from constituent Mrs. Virginia R. Bldgett, Congressmen Wilson & Francis E. Walter re/ the "Air Force Manual on Communist activities;" 3 letters (Ap.-May 1960) from Colonel C.L. Ashlock (Commander, Civil Wing, Civil Air Patrol, CA) & Wilson's reply (5/3/60) re/ "Senator Bartlett's contemplated legislation S3122" for Air Rescue Service; 1 copy of "REED COMMITTEE REPORT ON MATS" April 1960;" letters (Feb. & Mar. 1960 indicating Honorary Membership for Wilson in the Bolling Air Force Base Officers' Mess; a letter (2/26/60) from constituent Frank W. Seifert & Wilson's reply (3/24/60) re/ interest in number of air force bases being closed and Siefert's experience as a pilot and criticism of Brown Field as "a lousy flying field." a copy of "REPORT on Unidentified Flying Objects observed Feb. 24, 1959 by American - United Airline Pilots" compiled by UFO Research Committee, Akron, OH; a packet of corresp. (Jan. - Feb. 1960) re/ the controversy over the proposed closing of the MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, FL and its political and economic consequences to the community; 2 letters (2/60) from Congressman Gerald T. Flynn and a copy of his Statement to the Armed Services Committee re/ the "Disposition of Bong Air Force Base, Kansasville, WI and the potential harm to his district; 1 copy of "The Role of Military Air Transport Service In Peace and War, February 1960 (21 pp. & appendicies), copies of DOD News Releases

on Report on M.AT.S, 1 letter (1/29/60) from H.F. Hugo (Sec'y, Retired Officers Assn.), Wilson's reply (2/9/60) & a Resolution from the Retired Officers Assn., North Bay Chapter, San Francisco (1/29/6) re/ M.A.T.S. must be maintained & a letter (1/22/60) from La Mesa constituent James Snapp, Jr., Wilson's reply (2/9/60) & a reprint from AIR FORCE and SPACE DIGEST (Jan. 1960) re/ "Members of the California Wing of the Air Force Association feel strongly that it is in the best interests of the United States to reactivate the B-70 Program."

Folder 4: Federal Government - Air Force, 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, news articles and other items. Examples are: photocopy of Newsweek, May 22, 1961 Perspective by Raymond Moley on "Armed Forces Day 1961;" a packet of corresp. (6/61) from the Dept. of the Air Force re/ Reserve Base Support Groups and their locations; a packet of letters (Oct.-Nov. 1961) re/ Air Force Reserves and procurement district issues; letters (Oct. 1961) and further commentary on the issues of Air Force Reserve Air Rescue Squadrons and active duty; letters (Nov.-Dec. 1961) from constituent Mrs. A.S. Aichele, Congressman Wilson & Colonel Donald W. Paffel (USAF) re/ inquiry concerning Mrs. Aichele's son (Airman Second Class); a Dec. 1, 1961 letter to Congressman Wilson from National President F.D. Hines (United States Air Force Mothers) requesting a pay raise for the men and women of the USAF; letters from constituent George H. Woodberry, Congressman Wilson and Colonel Donald W. Paffel (USAF) re/ Mr. Woodberry's stepson and the misrepresentation of facts to young men looking for a career in the Armed Services; a packet of letters and other information from the USAF ( Aug. 1961) re/ improved national defense and increase in personnel, new bomber units and other developments; interesting personal letter (3/29/61) to Congressman Wilson from Chula Vista constituent Austin T. Keithley (Air Force R.O.T.C., Univ. of Colorado and active Young Republican) re/ loss of military transport for the drill team to the Cherry Blossom Festival Drill Competition in in Washington, D.C. and resulting cost problems for the team; and a small packet of corresp. & a Resolution  (Aug. 1961) re/ the Southern California-Arizona Annual Conference of the Methodist Church protesting the location of Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) sites near metropolitan centers of population.
Folder 5: Federal Government - Air Force, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports, booklets and other items. Examples are: Letters (Oct.-Nov. 1962) from La Mesa constituent H.E. Nickle, Congressman Wilson & Col. Thomas G. Corbin (Dep. Dir. Legislative Liaison, Dept. of the Air Force) regarding complaints relative to airlift support provided by the 315th Air Division on Okinawa; 1 Chula Vista constituent telegram (7/62) & letters (8/62) from Congressman Wilson & the Dept. of the Air Force regarding the closing of the Air Force Liaison Office in the Balboa Naval Hospital; a letter (10/10/62) from Jack A. Stockman (Dept. Adjutant, American Legion), enclosed resolution adopted in Convention (7/62) and Wilson reply (10/30/62) re/ an Air Force recruiting poster that upset the reactionary elements in the Legion; another constituent letter (6/20/62) & Wilson's reply (6/26/62) re/ the issue of the Air Force recruiting poster and Wilson's actions to please conservative concerns; a letter (11/15/62) from Major General Perry M. Hoisington, II (Dir. of Legislative Liaison, Dept. of the Air Force) and enclosed copy of "Progam Definition Phase Contractors Mobile Mid-Range Ballistic Missile Program" listing work areas, contractors, work location, remarks; letters and memo (July-Aug. 1962) with further information and concerns about the closing of the Air Force Liaison Office at the Balboa Naval Hospital; five letters (July-Aug. 1962) re/ the implementation of Executive Order 10988, "Employee-management Cooperation in the Federal Service," & responses from the American Federation of Government Employees; more letters (Ap.-June 1962) on the controversy over the Air Force posters and the display of the UN flag; a Dept. of the Air Force notice to Wilson (3/9/62) re/ a "military construction project: Electrical Power at Mount Laguna Air Force Station P76 . . . $80,000 . . . to the Corps of Engineers for this project;" 2 letters (Jan. & Feb. 1962) from Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara & Joe Foss (Air Force Assn.) & enclosed copies of a Nov. 7 & 14, 1962 DOD News Release re/ the Air Force Reserve and being called to active duty; a copy of "Eighth Symposium On Ballistic Missile and Space Technology Advanced Program," U.S. Naval Training Center, 16-18 October 1963; a packet of corresp. (June-July 1963) re/ search for missing San Diegan, Linda Sturgis, on flight between Billings and Sheridan, local news and Wilson's actions and depleated federal funds for search efforts; notes and letter (8/63) re/ San Diego Chargers & Air Force Liaison & 4 letters (Sept.-Oct. 1963) from constituent C.P. Sweetner, Congressman Wilson, Col. Carl V. Schott (Office of Legislative Liaison, USAF) & news clipping from NEWSWEEK (9/9/63) re/ inquiry to DOD concerning the sale of Norden bombsights & Mr. Sweetner's fear that Russia or Cuba could buy these bombsights.
Folder 6: Federal Government - Air Force, 1964-1965Add to your cart.

A collection of memorandum, office notes, letters & telegrams. Examples are: "Memorandum For: Honorable Bob Wilson" (10 March 1964) from Col. John M. Chapman (USAF) re/ an invitation "to participate in a trip to an operational missile base, Headquarters, U.S. Strike Command, and a SAC B-52 Bombardment Wing, as outlined on the attached itinerary;" a letter (1/7/64) from Brig. Gen. Thomas G. Corbin (Dep. Dir., Legislative Liaison, Dept. of the Air Force) to Congressman Wilson & attached copy of "Reorganization of Air Force Reserve Medical Units," with plans to activite 120 of these units; 6 letters (Ap. May 1964) from Jack Dowdie (Swift Air, Lindbergh Field), Congressman Wilson, Col. Carl V. Schott (Cong. Inquiry Div., USAF) & attached "Invoice/Claim -- Billing for Emergency Landing  of Civilian Aircraft" re/ Mr. Dowdie's emergency landing charges at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada; 4 letters (Sept. - Oct. 1964) & photocopy of Evening Tribune news article (9/11/64) re/ ATLAS D missiles to be phased out in fiscal year 1965; 5 letters (Jan.-Feb. 1965) from Edgar M. Gillenwaters (Admin. Asst. to Wilson), Thomas W. Sefton (San Diego Trust and Savings Bank) & Col. L. Conques (USAF) re/ UFOs; 4 letters (Feb.-Mar. 1965) from Congressman Wilson, Leonard E. Snyder (President, Olmstead Chapter 222, Air Force Assn.), Edgar M. Gillenwaters, Congressman C. Kunkel & enclosed photocopy of page 1 of the Harrisburg The Evening News (2/10/65) & 2 page copy of the "Economic Effects of Closing Middletown Air Materiel Area, Olmstead Air Force Base; 4 letters (Feb. 1965) and photocopy of news article in the

Wall Street Journal (2/5/65) re/ cheating in the Air Force Academy; and a packet of corresp. (June 1963 - Oct. 1965) "concerning our Titan II ICBM'S effectiveness and alleging that United States Air Force Officer' inefficiency at the Ballistic Systems Division, Norton Air Force Base, is the cause of the ineffectiveness of the Titan II ICBMs."

Folder 7: Federal Government: Air Force Nat. Guard, 1957Add to your cart.
Only one item in this folder. Air National Guard Revised Construction Program Fiscal Year 1957" Inclosures 1 & 2, 7 pages with total of $30,885,000.
Folder 8: Federal Government: Army, 1957-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news articles, reports and other items. Examples are: a letter (8/1/57) from Col. C.T. Newton (Corps of Engineers) & Congressman Wilson's reply (8/14/57) re/ Col. Newton had assumed the duties of District Director, U.S. Army Engineer Dist., Los Angeles; "Memo For The Press," 4/12/57 re/ cancellation of plans to show Members of Congress concept and tactics of armor in Atomic Era in a demonstration at Ft. Knox because it was the same weekend as the Kentucky Derby; letters concerning a constituent's concern about the delay in the rotation from Europe of the 85th Infantry Regiment; letters (1/24 & 2/25/57) from the Office of Asst. Sec. of the Army & Wilson (1/16/57) re/ "compassionate reassignment of Army personnel to Europe because of non-admittance to the United States of German spouses;" 4 page copy of a letter (8/5/57) from the Office of the Secretary of the Army re/ two locations proposed for performance of the tanks production-- Detroit Arsenal and Lenape Ordnance Mod. Center; a notice -- "Information For Members of Congress, 5 March 1959" from the Office of the Secretary of the Army & attached copy "Summary of Installations, Locations and Personnel Involved in Proposed RIF Action" re/ reduction in force and costs; 4 letters (May-June 1959) re/ praise for the Industrial College of the Armed Forces and a National Defense Resources Conference recently held in Salt Lake City; a letter (2/18/59) from Senator Strom Thurmond, Wilson's reply (2/25/59) and attached reprint of of Brigadier General Thurmond's "CAMG Combat Support Axioms" pp. 3-7; 4 letters (Aug. 1959- Mar. 1960) re/ a constituent's interest in the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice of the Department of the Army and the question of the sale of army firearms only through the National Rifle Assn.; letters (Jan. - Mar. 1960) from an Army overseas constituent, Congressman Wilson & Lt. Col. John W.B. Walters (GS Office Dept. of the Army) re/ " the restrictive effect certain Army Regulations have on the travel of dependents of lower grade enlisted men;" and letters (Jan. - Feb. 1960 re/ the Carnation Company and plans to move the Army's Quartermaster Food & Container Institute from its present location in Chicago, Illinois to Natick, Massachusetts.
Folder 9: Federal Government: Army, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, reports, special collection materials & other items. Examples are: a folder entitled "49th Infantry [Argonaut] Division 2 July 1960-3 July 1961" containing extensive information on this California National Guard Division; a letter (2/28/61) from Major General Vittrup (Chief of Legislative Liaison, Office of the Secretary of War) to Congress Wilson and inclosure noting "Chronological Index of Exercises" indicating nickname, place, date and type of exercise; "A biographical sketch of General Gerhardt's military career;" a letter (4/13/61) from Stanley E. McGaffrey (President, San Francisco Bay Area Council), Wilson's reply (5/4/61) & enclosed copy of Night Letter to the President, Sec. of Defense and Sec. of the Army indicating reconsideration of decision to inactivate and dispose of Benicia Arsenal from business, labor, civic organizations;  four letters (Mar.-May, 1961) from constituent Mrs. M.C. Skinner, her son & wife in Germany, Congressman Wilson & Lt. Colonel Verne L. Bowers (Chief of Legislative Liaison) re/ personal commentary and "Army policies in Europe with respect to employment, commissaries, and procurement of foreign vehicles;" 12 page "Information For Members of Congress 19 September 1961" re/ "Two Army National Guard divisions and certain Army National Guard and Army Reserve non-divisional units today were ordered to active duty by President Kennedy;" letters from constituents and Wilson's replies (Sept.-Nov. 1962) re/ tax issues, a disappearing father and other issues; corresp. (May 1962) from Chula Vista constituent Mrs. C.M Johnson, Wilson, Paul R. Ignatius (Asst. Sec. of the Army), Col. R.E. Vollendorff (Office of Legislative Liaison) & enclosed  news clipping re/ the Army's response to Drew Peerson's essay "'Noncompetive' Army Pact Scrutinized;" and other items such as "Information For Members of Congress 28 November 1962" re/ "Major changes authorized for the administration and payment of Basic Allowance for Quarters and Class Q (Family) Allotments by Public Law 87-531 will be put into effect 1 January 1963."
Folder 10: Federal Government: Army, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & reports. Examples are: A letter (3/23/63) from El Cajon constituent A. Robert Roberge & Wilson's reply (4/8/63) re/ Exercise Water Moccasin III; a letter (5/13/63) from District Governor John H. Rousselet to Senator Strom Thurmond & attached copy of Dept. of the Army "Information for Members of Congress 18 February 1963" re/ "Operation Swift Strike . . . To be held in North and South Carolina and Georgia" (June-Aug. 1963); a small packet of corresp. (June 1963) re/ information from the Secretary of the Army commenting on a Lakeside constituent's "letter concerning the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier;" letters (June-Aug. 1963) from PFC Jorge Principe (HQ. Co. 7th ASCC), Brigadier General George P. Warner (Adjutant General) & Congressman Wilson re/ complaints about personnel needs at the 7th Army Stock Control Center in Zwiebrucken, Germany; a small packet of corresp. (July-Aug. 1963) re/ the Army's defoliation project in Vietnam & homefront concerns about losses and other results; an 11 page "Corps of Engineers Installations and Activities List" and a copy of "Department of the Army -- Office, Chief of Engineers $1,086,916,000 Requested For Civil Works Program of Army Engineers In Fiscal Year 1964" (Jan. 1963, 71 pages).
Folder 11: Federal Government: Army, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, government reports & other items. Examples are: "Information For Members of Congress 12 & 22 Oct. 1964" re/ "Latest developments on meningitias at Fort Ord, California;" a large packet of corresp. (Sept.-Nov. 1964) from constituents Mrs. Fred T. Sequin, Jr. & Mrs. Margaret Sage, Edgar M. Gillenwaters (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), Major General Edwin H.J. Carns (Commanding, Fort Ord), Congressman Wilson & the Sec. of the Army Stephen Ailes re/ meningitis epidemic at Fort Ord - 82 cases and 12 deaths;  two letters pro and con (Oct. 1964) re/ the decision to close Watertown Arsenal; a letter (10/25/64) from constituent Bearl Bennett (Commander AMVETS Natl. 6th Dist.), Catherine Parham (Wilson Secretary) & Col. John W. Hanger (Chief of Support Services, Dept. of the Army) re/ turning the National Cemetaries over to the V.A.; "Information For Members of Congress," August & Sept. 1964 re/ Experimental Program for Volunteers Failing To Meet Army Enlistment Standards; 3 letters from La Jollan John T. Doyle & Congresman Wilson re/ Mr. Doyle's resignation from Federal Civil Service due to conditions "which exist within the XV US Army Corps;" two packets of corresp. (Feb.- May 1964) re/ questions and information as to the Joint Exercise DESERT STRIKE to held in May 1964; and letters (Feb.-Mar. 1964) from constituent G. Gordon Hurlburt, Congressman Wilson & Bridgadier General F. W. Boye, Jr. (Deputy Chief of Legislative Liaison, HQ. Dept. of the Army) re/ "information provided by your constituent on his son's experience with the M14 rifle."
Folder 12: Federal Government: Army, 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memos, reports, telegrams and news clippings. Examples are: letters (Sept. 1965) from constituent A.J. Close, Congressman Wilson and Col. J. L. Blackwell (Chief of Legislative Liaison, Dept. of the Army) re/ Mr. Close's letter to Sen Dirksen, Sec. of Defense McNamara & Congressman Wilson re/ Mr. Close's suggestions about using odor-producing pills, compact radio transmitters and other devices "for defeating Communist insurgency in South Vietnam;" letters and planning information (June 1965) from Walter J. Boyan (Chairman, Clairemont's Independence Day Parade) and responses from Congessman Wilson & Col. J.L. Blackwell (Chief of Legislative Liaison, Dept. of the Army) re/ asking Wilson to help in securing "a set of colors by any Army or Army Reserve Unit in the San Diego Area;"1 copy of U.S. Army Command Information Unit, "Command Information Fact Sheet," Issue No. 31, 13 July 1965 re/ "Personnel Overseas Assignment Policies;" a stapled packet of corresp. and information (June-July 1965) re/ 900 ROTC mailings to high school graduates & a constituent's concerns & a collection of letters, telegrams, notices & news clippings (Dec. 1964-Feb. 1965) re/ the meningitis outbreak at Fort Ord and the resumption of basic combat training there on April 1, 1965.
Folder 13: Federal Government: Camp Roberts, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandum, telegrams, news clippings and other items. Examples are: A copy of page 1 and 2 from the Paso Robles Press, July 14, 1953 re: "Attention Congress! Why ? . . . Close the most efficient Army Training Camp in the United States??;" Editorial p. 10, "Take a New Look At Camp Roberts," San Francisco Chronicle (July 17, 1953); a "Statement Regarding Camp Roberts, California," July 20, 1953 to House Armed Forces Committe from the Chamber of Commerce, City Attorney and Housing Director resisting the closing of Camp Roberts; a letter (9/10/53) from Geogre E. Stephens (Secretary, Camp Roberts National Defense Committee) noting "that it is false economy to close Camp Roberts;" a copy of the Camp Roberts National Defense Committee booklet "CAMP ROBERTS and Hunter-Liggett Military Reservation . . . .;" 2 letters (Aug. 24 & 25, 1953) from Camp Roberts National Defense Committe to Congressman Wilson and Lt. General A.C. McAuliffe (Dep. Chief of Staff for Operations & Administration, Dept. of the Army) detailing extensive information on retaining the Camp Roberts base; a copy of a long letter (10/20/53) to Congressman Dewy Short (Chairman, House Armed Services Committee) and enclosed booklet "? Why Close The Most Efficient Army Training Camp In The United States?;" a letter (4/7/54) from David H. Hildebran (Chairman, Young Republicans of California) and Wilson's reply(4/15/54) re/ indicating that Wilson saw insufficient justification to keep the camp open. "I must admit that it's a little ironical that Republicans would suffer from such actions . . . .;" a memorandum fro EFT (10/5/54) re/ information on Camp Gordon, Augusta, Georgia and CID record safety; letters (Sept.-Oct. 1955) re/ complaints about unhealthy conditions in the Army Hospital at Fort Ord, California; copies of Dept. of the Army Real Estate Aquisition and Disposal Projects - 1951-1956.
Folder 14: Federal Government: Army Water Moccasin, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of reports, articles, letters & telegams. Examples are: 3 copies of "Information For Members of Congress 26 February 1963 - Exercise Water Moccasin;" a copy of "Washington Report by Congressman James B. Utt" (63-11) discussing this military exercise; a packet containing articles, letters, news clippings and other information related to Operation Water Mocassin (1962-1963) most of which indicate poltically conservative fears; letters, postal cards  & telegrams from Congressman Wilson's constituents and his replies (1963) regarding concerns about Operation Water Moccasin & anti-UN attitudes.
Folder 15: Federal Government Agencies: Smithsonian Institution, 1952-1960Add to your cart.
A small collection containing a photograph, letters, statements and other items. Examples are: 1 8x11 bw photo of the proposed National Air Museum (n.d.); a letter (7/11/55) from J.E. Graf (Acting Secretary, Smithsonian Institution) to Wilson re/ explanations on current status of proposed building for aviation musuem; a packet of letters (Sept. 1955) from Congressman Wilson, Leonard Carmichael (Secretary, Smithsonian Institution) & Paul Edward Garber (Head Curator, National Air Museum) re/ request for information on San Diego items in the Natural History Museum and also coverage of the projected Aviation Museum; a letter (11/1/55) from Leonard Carmichael to Wilson and enclosed listing of information related to San Diego contained in the Natural History Building; a letter (Nov. 17, 1952) from Paul Edward Garber to newly elected Bob Wilson re/ personal items and other information related to the projected air museum; a letter (3/1/54) from Wilson to Paul Garber re/ clipping from San Diego Union and "Sorry I missed you on Kitty Hawk Day;" a letter (11/27/59) from Philip S. Hopkins (Director, Air Museum) to W.T. Immenschuh (Project Manager, Ryan Aeronautical Co.) re/ Congressman Wilson's sending the musuem "copies of the log books of the Navy-Curtiss No. A-1, the AX-1 and the B-1(AN-4) for our reference files;" letters (Nov. 1959-Jan. 1960) from Congressman Wilson, Leonard Carmichael & J. Cline Slack (Principal, El Cajon Union School District) re/ a collection of mollusks to be available for teaching science and natural history.
Folder 16: Federal Government - Agencies: USIA, 1953-1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters. telegrams, notes, memos, booklets, reports & news clippings. Examples are: a letter (7 July 1953) from the Secretary of War to Wilson re/ personal information and appreciation of Wilson's attachment to the Navy; a copy of Wilson's letter (7/25/53) to Sherman Adams (Asst. to the President) re/ "our discussion of possible assistance of the advertising profession to the new United States Information Agency;" letters (Aug.-Sept. 1955) from Julius F. Seebach (Consultant, U.S. Information Agency) & Congressman Wilson re/ "Koshare" book, use of President's Fund and tours; a letter (3/6/56) from Theodore C. Streibert (Director, U.S. Information Agency) to Wilson thanking the Congressman for his support in the Appropriations Committee; copies of letters (10/4/56) from Congressman Wilson to constituents Norman Tolle and Lee Ringer re/ "a little behind-the-scenes wirepulling" & "Congratulations on the good news that you are coming to Washington as a Republican bureaucrat;" 1 letter (4/6/59) from Hary Tyson Carter (General Counsel and Congressional Liaison, U.S. Information Agency) to Wilson and attached "copy ot the agency's Eleventh Semi-annual Report to the Congress, describing the Agency's information activities during the period July 1 - December 31, 1958;" a packet of letters, telegrams, news release and other items (1959) re/ USIA information & constituent interest in the President's People-To People program named "Operation Insight;" letters (Sept. 1961) from constituent Philip W. Knights, Congressman Wilson & enclosed news clipping re/ Hearings of the Committee on Appropriations, the role of Seymour Nadler "in unearthing irreglarities in the publication of certain USIA materials in Argentina and other issues; more constituent letters and news clippings related to the USIA letter; letters (June-July 1961) from Chula Vista constituent Joseph C. Antrim, Wilson & Robert D. Walsh (Congressional Liaison Office, USIA) re/ the monthly distribution of 52,000 copies in the Soviet Union of the USIA's AMERIKA magazine; a letter (1/29/62) from Stanley Plesent (General Counsel and Congressional Liaison, USIA) and attached copy of pages A193 & A194 from the "Congressional Record - Appendix" featuring the Hon. Bob Wilson re/ "Fund Cuts Close USIA Unit in Spain;" a copy of USIA's "19th Report To Congress July 1 - December 31, 1962;" a small packet of letters (1965) from Congressman Wilson, Leonard  Marks (Dir. USIA), Edgar Gillenwaters (Admin. Asst. to Wilson), Howard L. Chernoff (Ex. Asst. to the Dirctor, USIA) & constituent Gerald A. Awes re/ Voice of America possibly recruiting employees from protest groups.
Box 23: Federal GovernmentAdd to your cart.
Commissions; Federal Government Contracts 1953-1963--San Diego
Folder 1: Federal Government: Commissions, 1957Add to your cart.
Several letters (Aug. & Sept., 1957) as follows: Chula Vista constituent Samuel S. Vener (Verner Farms, Inc,). Congressman Wilson & Edgar B. Bossard (Chairman, U.S. Tariff Commission) re/ Mr. Vener's request that Wilson would "assist us in adjusting the disruptive factor of Mexican imported vegetables. . . . Without the application of higher tariffs the tomato farmers in California are faced with the prospects of serious losses as they cannot compete with cheap Mexican labor. . . .;"
Folder 2: Federal Government: Contracts, 1950sAdd to your cart.
Just a few items in this folder. a 2 page copy of "Government Policy Regarding Placement of Military Aircraft Orders;"  a 2 page listing of inquiries from various San Diego area businesses re/ contracts with the federal government; & a "News Release" from Wadell Dynamics, Inc. re/ receipt of a prime Navy contract for R & D computational units for use in anti-submarine warfare.
Folder 3: Federal Government: Contracts, 1953-1954Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, government forms, telegrams, booklets, news clippings & reports. Examples are: Letters (March 1953) from Congressman Wilson, Al Cole (Administator, HHFA), J.U. Addenbrooks Sons, Inc. (Concrete Contractors) re/payroll form necessary for sub-contractor to complete; a letter (4/10/53) from Robert R. Stubbs (Airships International Inc.), his enclosed booklet, "A Timely Proposal To the Congress of the United States Concerning Airships," and Wilson's reply (4/21/53); 3 letters (Nov.-Dec. 1953) regarding the importance of small business sub-contractors to the defense industry; a letter (6/3/53) from Edward T. Austin (Dir. of Public Relations, Rohr Aircraft Corp.) & Wilson's reply (6/17/53) re/ "the fine pictures of the activities at Rohr Aircraft" which were sent to him; a small packet of letters (Mar.-Ap. 1953) from Public Works Office, Eleventh Naval District, Congressman Wilson, G.R. Daley (President, Daley Corp.), Ed Terrar (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) re/ Daley's "desire to purchase stream bed rock that is located on Government property in Murphy Canyon;" a packet of corresp. (June & July 1953) from Congressman Ninshaw, Rohr Aircraft Corp., Ryan Aircraft Co., Consoluidated Vultee Aircraft Corp., press release from the DoD & enclosed copy of "Heavy Press Program" re/ discussions in Congress as to the continuation of the Heavy Press Program & disclaimers of need from Aircraft CEOs; a small packet of letters (1954) discussing small business sub-contractors and the "present method of awarding Federal Contracts;" a letter (4/18/54) from Don G. Dearth (Sales Manager, Standard Iron Works) & Wilson's reply (5/13/54) re/ a complaint about "the policy of the Federal Government which does not require a general contractor to list sub-contractors:" letters (Feb.-Mar. 1954) from Shields B. Craft (Standard Aircraft), Congressman Wilson and Asst. Secretary of Defense Charles Thomas re/ troop movement by aircraft as a cost saving device and concerns that the C.A.B. is discouraging small airlines in favor of large companies; and a collection of corresp. (1954) related to the Dept. of the Navy and problems concerning various shipping companies such as Ace Van and Storage & Allied Van Lines, Inc.
Folder 4: Federal Government: Contracts, 1955Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, & other items. A synopis of the contents are as follows: A letter (12/20/55) to Congressman Wilson from Chairman Carl Vinson with an enclosed report "from the Rubber Producing Facilities Disposal Commission concerning the sale of the Institute, West Virginia, synthetic plant;" a letter (6/27/55) from Ed Terrar, Jr. (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) & attached copies of letters (6/7/55 & 4/15/55) re/ U.S. Navy BuPers Invitation Bid #B164-55 and insufficient time to make bids; a large packet containing a letter (3/10/55) from Congessman L.C. Arends & attached copy of "The Facts About The Atomic Energy Commission's Contract with the Mississippi Valley Generating Company (MVG) for Electric Power" (27 pp), "Chronology" (7 pp.) & colored map; letters (Nov. 1954 - April 1955) from The Coca-Cola Bottling Co., the U.S. Navy Bureau of Supplies and Accounts & E. F. Terrar, Jr. (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) re/ discussion over cup-type vending machines vs. bottle-type vending machines on San Diego Naval Bases; a packet of letters & a telegram (Jan.-Mar. 1955) from Congressman Wilson, the U.S. Navy Bureau of Yards and Docks & DoD re/ "Charges for space, utitlities and related services furnished by Naval activities for the operation of vending machines;" a small number of letters (Oct. 1955) regarding complaints from Pacific Services & responses from the Commanding General, MCRD, as to dry cleaning competition being established on the base; letters (May-Aug. 1955) from J.M. B. Development Co., Congressman Wilson & attached copy of b&w aerial photograph and design picture of Lemon Grove Mayfair Shopping Center re/ Mr. Banister's interest in obtaining the Post Office committment for the Lemon Grove location; memorandum and letters (Aug.-Nov. 1955) re/ the El Cajon based Gruss Safety Strut Co., CAA, Wilson's office and a failed strut in a taxiing Piper Model A-18A; one letter (2/22/55) from Robert Peterson (President, OSCAR'S INC.) & Wilson's reply (3/24/55) re/ "Word reaches us that the Government, including the Armed Services, is interested in going out of the feeding business;" other companies & government organizations noted in several subsequent packets of correspondence include: General Truck and Engine Co., CA Governor's Committee for Ship Construction and Repair, American President Lines, Ltd., Moorsteen MFG. Co. Inc., USMC, extensive corresp. between the Continental Nut Co. &  Dept. of the Army Quartermaster General, the Hotel Del Coronado & the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts (U.S. Navy); and corresp. (June-July 1955) between Wilson, Robert T. Silverman (Kay-Lab Inc. & the Asst. Sec. of Defense re/ "Excerpt From 'Broadcasting-Telecasting June 6, 1955, Issues," KUAM Guam & construction of an Armed Forces Radio station; one letter (7/21/55) from W.J. DeBrunner (Business Mg. , San Diego County Building & Construction Trades Council) & Wilson's reply ((7/29/55) re/ labor relations & contract with Navy; and a letter (7/28/55) from Norman W. Tolle (The Tolle Company Advertising and Public Relations) & Wilson's rely (8/2/55) re/ the Hage's company, its new food dispensing equipment on North Island and lots of personal commentary from a friend of Wilson.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Contracts, 1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memos, a legal brief and other items. A synopsis of the contents is as follows: A copy of a Petition from Harvey Ward Locke (14 pp.) in The United States Court of Claims re/ "A Petition for Damages and Loss of Profits Resulting from the Termination of Contract No. GS -09s-1339, Without Proper Cause;" a letter (1/25/56) from Brig. General C. J. Hauck, Jr. (Chief of Legislative Liaison, Office of the Secretary of the Army to the Honorable Carl Vinson (Chairman, Committee on Armed Services) re/ "Public Law 535, 83d Congress authorized certain construction at the United States Military Academy in the amount of $9,950,000" & possible need for change orders increasing this amount; 2 letters (Dec. 1956) re/ interest in Scott-Thorenson Fibreglass Paddleboards; a packet of corresp. (May 1954-Nov.1956) re/ La Mesa constituent H.H. Buskirk's interest in selling aircraft cleaning compounds to certain military installations; letters (Jan.-Feb. 1956) re/ a Lakeside constituent's interest in leasing a concrete structure to the Federal Civil Defense Administration; corresp. Aug.-Nov. 1956) re/ San Diego based Tex West Leathercraft Products listing with U.S. Navy Ship's Stores; letters (May 1956) re/ George Soares (Dominator Co.) and listing with U.S. Navy commissary stores; telegrams (May 1956) re/ Rogers Construction Co. bid for construction as to North Island Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Building; five letters (Ap.-Sept. 1956) re/ Clean Spray Co. and their "new Gray air cap" for use with multicolored lacquers 3 letters (June-July 1956) re/ constituent Victor L. Wulff's (A.I.A.) "interest in furnishing architectual services for projects" under the control of the General Services Admin.; and corresp. ( Ap.-June 1956) re/ legal issues involving Contract No. (CAL-SF-4151) d-28, concerning the purchase by Mr. Lester W. Knapp of Public Housing Administration Torrey Pines temporary units.
Folder 6: Federal Government: Contracts, 1957Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, news clippings, memos, telegrams, photos, government reports, bid specifications and other items. A brief synopsis of contents is as follows: a packet of corresp. & other items (Feb. - Mar. 1957) re/ Dept. of Agriculture, San Diego County and other interested parties discuss issue of federal surplus commodities to non-profit and local goverrnment agencies to distribute to needy families and individuals and an alternative to the no fee policy to cover expenses; corresp. (Mar.-Aug. 1957) & a Dept. of Defense News Release (May 31, 1957) re/ Army Contract For Tanks Awarded to Chrysler Corporaton & Wilson's interest in "Potential Tax Liability of Contractor using Detroit Arsenal - Michigan Possessory Use Tax;" 3 letters (Aug. - Sept., 1957) & 6 b&w photographs re/ controvery over laminated dry wall vs. lath and plaster construction in government buildings, as well personal commentary from Wilson friend, Norman W. Tolle; 4 letters (June 1956 & Jan. 1957) re/ R.E. Hazard Co., Naval Hospital contract and "the same old 'run around;'" 4 letters (Nov.-Dec. 1957) & attached Resolution "11/15/57) re/ the San Diego Laundry and Dry Cleaners Assn.'s desire to have three year contracts with the U.S. Navy's Bureau of Supplies and Accounts; 4 letters (Nov.-Dec. 1957) re/ San Ysidro constituent receives assistance from Wilson in communicating to the Navy a proposal to have them lease his, to be built, "court of  11 houses;" a large packet of corresp. (Feb.-July 1957) re/ "Replacement of Galley Hood Building No. 436, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, El Centro, CA" & "Improvement of Ventilation in Various Galleys Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA;" copies of "Invitation and Bid (Supply Contract)" for July 1 & 19, 1957 re/ "Linen Service - Public Works Dept., NAS, N.I.;" "Memo For The File" & telegram (12/57) re/ "the Navy has no peacetime need for a 6,000 ton drydock;" & information from  Asst. Sec. of Defense Robert Tripp Ross re/  Wynn Enterprises, Inc and Southern Athletic Co. affiliated with clothing manufacturing and their Army contract.
Folder 7: Federal Government: Contracts, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, reports, news clippings and other items. Examples include: Office notes and telegram (1/8/58) from Congressman Wilson to Clair Burgener re/ negotiation with Pentagon for Air Force rental space; letters (3/58) from Congressman Wilson, Major Ann Duffy (USAF), constituent Thomas F. Furtak (Tom's Mattress Center) & Capt. Carlton R. Adams (Deputy Asst. to Secretary of Defense) re/ bidding on contracts with the military; a small packet containing news clipping, telegrams & letters (Oct. 1957-Mar. 1958) re/ successful bid by Paderewski, Mitchell & Dean of San Diego for extension, remodeling & partial air conditioning for U.S. Border Station, San Ysidro; 3 telegrams and 1 letter (8/58) from Ets-Hokin & Galvin thanking Wilson for his assistance in getting a proper hearing on a bid for "interconnection cabling for complex 65-1, Camp Cook, California;" a large packet of letters & reports (1958-1959) "regarding our appeal from their [Veterans Admin.) penalty on our contract for elevator work at Whipple, Arizona." This concerned the Elser Elevator Company; a collection of letters (Feb. 1958 - Feb. 1959) re/ Wilson's assistance to Oscar J. Kaplan (Ph.D., Center for Survey Research, SDSC) in Kaplan's attempt to contract for survey research with various federal government departments; 5 letters (Dec. 58- Jan. 59) from Wilson, John R. MacKenzie (FAA) & Ralph B. Slaughter (General Contractor, Julian, CA) re/ successful "Bid on Grading of Mountain Top VORTAC site and access road" near Julian; a 9 page letter ((2/16/59) from H.E. Lawrence & attached letter (3/17/59) from Major General W.P. Fisher (USAF) re/ Mr. Lawrence's "frequent letters to the President, Cabinet members and Congressional leaders on the subject of the alleged mismanagement of Curtiss-Wright Corporation;" letters and telegrams (Ap.-May 1959) re/ the Hercules Oil Company and their debt to Congressman Wilson "for the prompt and efficient manner in which you and your Executive Secretary resolved the problem with which our Company was faced at the time that we were deprived of our just share of the Military hauling by the President Tank Lines;" 4 letters (Mar. & Ap. 1959) & enclosed copy of an article from the The American Institute of Architecture Journal (3/59) re/ the issue of private vs public enterprise in designing projects for the federal government; letters & references (July-Aug. 1959) re/ "Program For Protection Or Dispersal of Contract Commercial Petroleum Storage Facilities" for 9 facility locations; several packets of corresp. from various San Diego businesses such as Crown Investment Co., Hewitt and Faust Manufacturing Co., F.E. Young Const. Co., B.F. Goodrich & Co., Houghton Const., San Diego Industrial Electronics, Inc. & the Becker Bookbinding Co. re/ contracts with various federal agencies and departments.
Folder 8: Federal Government: Contracts, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, reports & other items. Examples are: Letters (May 1959 - Feb. 1960) from C.E. Irving (President, Rocket Chemical Co.), Congressman Wilson, The Office of Naval Material & Leon W. Parma (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) re/ allegations by Rocket Chemical Co. against a Navy Dept. employee and Mr. Larsen of Corrosion Reaction Consultants, Inc.; letters (Feb.-Ap. 1960) from Kenton Equipment Co., Congressman Wilson, The Dept. of the Air Force & James N. Furcell (Worthington Corp.) concerning the issue of procurement of items by prime contractors and Wilson's assistance to the Kenton Equipment in resolving issues; a packet of letters (Ap.-May 1960) & a copy of "Supplement No. 1 To Proposal for Pilot Maintenance Contract for Family Housing Area" (10 pages) re/ the American Maintenance Company's proposal; telegram (5/9/60) from Congressman Wilson and attached copy of GSA announcement that the firm of William Lumpkins of La Jolla had been selected for the $90,000 contract for the design of the additional courtroom facilities to the U.S. Customs House and Court House in San Diego; a packet of corresp. (May-June 1960) re/ competition from foreign companies as to the Panama Canal Co., the Dept. of Defense and other parties and purchasing towing locomotives & cranes to replace existing equipment; a packet of corresp. (Mar.-June 1960) from Val-Smith Co, the Dept. of the Navy, Congressman Wilson and others re/ "the Martike Leather Products Company of San Diego wishes to express appreciation for your [Wilson's] successful efforts in obtaining a listing in a Merchandise Vox with the Navy Ship's Store Office in Brooklyn, N.Y.;" office notes & attached promotional literature from Thermal=Aire Inc. re/ "Heats like the Sun.. . . with Infra-Red Rays;" letters & office notes (July- Aug. 1960) from Congressman Wilson, his secretary Margaret Young & representatives of the International Cooperation Administration, the Development Loan Fund, the World Bank & others re/ Wilson's office helping a local firm,  Mohr and Associates, being placed on a mailing list for various projects & 2 letters (8/31 & 9/9/60), one to President Eisenhower and the other to Congressman Wilson, from the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce "appealing for action which would help to keep the Long Beach plant of Douglas Aircraft Corporation intact."
Folder 9: Federal Government: Contracts, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memos, telegrams, brochures, pamphlets, government reports and other items. Examples are: Letters (Dec. 1960-Mar. 1961) from Congressman Wilson, Philip McCallum & John Horn (Small Business Admin.) & attached copy of "Memorandum For Mr. Benton Small Business Admin. Liaison Officer" re/ an inquiry from J. M. Burkhardt (President, Chula Vista Electric Co.) re/ "Plans of the Air Force and the Corps of Engineers in the conduct of the IBM sites program" -- a small firms vs. prime contractors issue; 1 letter (2/10/61) from Herbert P. Fifield (Architects) & Wilson's reply (3/15/61) re/ the Congressman's help to Mr. Fifield for assistance with regard to the Biological Laboratory in San Diego; letters (Feb.-Mar. 1961) from Congressman Wilson, the Treasury Dept., the Dept. of Defense & attached copy of a brochure from the Poly Form Manufacturing Corp. (Escondido, CA) re/ "Qualification Poly Form Manufacturing Corporation's Urethane" & Small Business Policies; 12 letters (Jan. - Mar. 1961) from Wilson, RADM. M.E. Arnold (Commandant, Eleventh Naval Dist.), Robert Baxley (Divers Unlimited, Shelter Island Yacht Ways) & Norman Paul (Asst. to the Secretary of Defense) re/ the concerns of Mr. Baxley that  the City of Del Mar was requesting again the use of a naval demoltion team "to remove pile stubs at the site of the old Del Mar Pier" -- "Two years ago UDT 11 blew up the pilings of the Del Mar pier;" 5 letters (2/61) from Wilson, Bradley Fisk (Asst. Sec. of Commerce) & Dr. Charles H. Graves (President, American Rabbit Co.) re/ Wilson help to Dr. Graves in distributing in the U.S. the Japanese Rabbit scooters; a large packet of letters (Oct. 1960-Feb. 1961) re/ Wilson's assistance to a constituent involving an "investigation into the bid protest letter filed by us [Daystrom Inc., La Jolla] on December 15, 1960 of the action taken by T.V.A. in rejecting our bid in response to their invitation "Bid No. 34-40581;" a similar large packet of corresp. (May-June 1961) re/ Wilson's assistance to the P M Chemical Co. of San Diego for Bureau of Ships use "of additives such as Nolanite;" a large packet of letters & articles (Dec. 1960-May 1961) re/ Space race with Russia, Wilson's help to  Modal Systems, Inc. of La Jolla, his interest in their computers and the so-called "Crisis We Face" in "that reliability is horribly indadequate in every complex electronic system produced today;" a packet of letters (Feb.-May 1961) from Wilson, the Chaffee Machine Co. (San Diego boat builders), the Bureau of Ships & the Federal Maritime Bd. re/ protest from a local boat builder against H.R. 6197 which would allow the Catalina Island Co. to purchase two Italian made hydrofoil boats; two April memorandum from Leon Parma (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) re/ Missile Products Division of Fruehauf Trailer Co. having the low bid to build trailers to haul guided missiles and with references to bringing subcontractors and jobs to distressed areas; letters (4/6 & 4/10/61) from Wilson, the Dept. of the Air Force & their "Discussion of the Factors Leading to the Selection of Lockheed as the Contractor for the C-141 Cargo Aircraft" re/ Wilson's help to a Crawford High School student Richard Bertain's request for information; copies of H.R. 5532 "A Bill To amend the Armed Services Procurement Act of 1947," the Comptroller General's comments on the bill & small business and labor surplus area preference in awards of Government contracts; a letter (5/5/61) from William Alexander (President, Ryan Transdata), Wilson's reply (5/31/61) & attached copy of an information brochure from this company that viewed themselves as "a small business in a depressed area."
Folder 10: Federal Government: Contracts, July - Dec. 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandum, telegrams, office notes and other items. Examples are: Telephone message Sept. 5, 1961 from Capt. Denean (Legislative Affairs, 11th Naval District) re/ an award "for $189,204 to Campbell Machine Inc. of San Diego for industrial work in connection with reactivation of the USS DUVAL COUNTY (LST 758);" a packet of corresp. (May-Aug. 1961) re/ dispute between B&B Enterprises and the Marine Corps Exchange, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California; a letter (7/11/61) from Malcolm W. Miles (Pres. Spasors, Inc.) & Wilson's reply (7/27/61) re/ "Your work on a low-level electronic altimeter sounds interesting;" a large packet of material related to the Federal Housing Authority, a contractual bid & the complex rules and regulations required; letters ( July - Oct. 1961) from Congressman Wilson, Clark A. Williams (VP & General Mgr., Universal Jet Inc., San Diego), Capt. F. W. Martin (Commanding Officer, Yards & Docks Supply Office, Port Hueneme, CA) & RADM E. J. Peltier (Chief of Bureau, Yards and Docks) re/ a plumbing tool produced by Universal Jet and interest in U.S. Navy procurement; letters (Sept. 1960-Sept. 1961) re/ Wilson's assistance to the Baker School of Navigation (San Diego) as to the Bureau of Naval Weapons & gun sight problems; 7 letters & 1 telegram (Aug.-Sept. 1961) re/ Congressman Wilson's help to Thermo Manufacturing, Inc. (Ramona, CA), the Small Business Administration's replies and local San Diego interest in obtaining defense contracts; a packet of corresp. (July-Nov. 1961) re/ requests to Wilson to assist constituents Mr. & Mrs. Joe Poma in their bid to obtain a beauty and barber shop concession at Camp Pendleton; phone message (11/16/61) from Capt. Denine re/ "The Navy Bureau of Ships is awarding a contract for a total fixed price of $1,836,364 to the Solar Aircraft Co. for 26 one thousand horsepower gas turbine engines;" & a collection of letters (Oct. - Nov. 1961) re/ Wilson's assistance to Chula Vista constituent Don Quigley (Hathway & Quigley warehouse distributors of automotive supplies), their history of selling items at local Navy and Marine bases & competition from other companies.
Folder 11: Federal Government: Contracts, July-Dec. 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports, brochures, photographs and other items. Examples are: a packet containing a memorandum, letters (July-Nov. 1961) & two b&w photographs of the Cosmic Corp.'s plant in El Cajon, CA re/ NASA, Cosmic Corp and bid for components for Saturn vehicle; 1 letter (12/6/61) from Morris V. Rosenbaum (American Surveys) and attached copies of a press release for Waddell Dynamics, Inc. of San Diego re/ Wilson announcement on Dec. 7th of a $340,000 contract for Waddell to investigate anti-submarine warfare program; letters (Oct.-Dec. 1961) from Wilson, FAA, Ralph B. Slaughter (Water Well Drilling, Julian, CA) re/ un paid sub contract with R.E.W. Const. Co. of Spring Valley, CA who was prime contractor to build access road to the Vortec sites on Volcan Mountain; letters (Nov.-Dec. 1961) & folder containing 12 b&w photographs and historical information re/ the Colt AR-15 Infantry Rifle & comparisons with M-14 pentitration power; letters (Dec. 1961) re/painting at USNAS North Island by Geo. C. Punton Co., change orders, costs and complaints from journeyman painters about delays caused by a Navy inspector.
Folder 12: Federal Government: Contracts, July-Dec. 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, memorandum, reports and other items. Examples are: 5 letters (July-Sept. 1962) from constituent Russell S. Bayly (First and C Corp), Congessman Wilson & Lawson B. Knott, Jr. (Acting Administrator, General Services Admin.) re/ First & C Corp.'s interest in the "construction of commercial office space to satisfy future Federal needs  in San Diego;" 4 letters (8/62) from Congressman Wilson, W.P. Turpin (Asst. Administrator for Finance and Admin., GSA) & Edward J. Sheridan (Dep. Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Wilson's request for "a complete report of all military construction in San Diego County since 1950;" 1 letter (9/18/62) from Edward J. Sheridan (DoD) & attached copies of "Information Concerning Military Construction Projects in San Diego County" for the Army, "U.S.A.F. Military Construction - San Diego, County Since 1952 [the Mt. Laguna site]" & "U.S. Naval Construction Projects in San Diego County, California For Period of 1952-1962 Inclusive" - a total of 14 pages with dollar totals of almost $165 million; a letter (10/8/62) from John J. Reed (Dep. Asst. Sec. of Defense) to Wilson and attached copy of DoD News Release for Oct. 3, 1962 re/ "7,500 Military Family Housing Units To Be Built During FY 1963 . . . at a cost of approximately $14,000,000;" copies of 2 letters (9/11,9/14 & 9/24/62) from Colonel Thomas G. Corbin (Dep. Dir., Legislative Liaison, Dept. of the Air Force) to Congressman Wilson indicating that contracts with General Dynamics/ Astronautics of San Diego, CA for the ATLAS missiles program totaled over 600 million dollars. "The company is doing the work in San Diego;" a copy of Department of Defense, "THE CHANGIN PATTERNS OF DEFENSE PROCURMENT," June 1962; a notice from Navy Liaison (12/11/62) awarding $1,770,000 contract to the Regents of the University of California . . . for continuation of a program of oceanographic studies. . . . [at] Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla and has been underway for the past 16 years;" a large packet of corresp. (July to Sept. 1962) re/ the Video Corp. of San Diego protesting a Navy award to Texas Instruments. As low bidder, the Video Corp. sought Wilson's assistance; copies of "Military Prime Contracts Awards By State" for June & Sept. 1962; letters (12/62) from Dept. of the Air Force to Wilson regarding more contracts being awarded to General Dynamics/Astronautics re/ Vandenberg Air Force Base, the ATLAS program & other items.
Folder 13: Federal Government: Contracts, July-Dec. 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, reports, memorandum & other items. Examples are:  A large packet of corresp. (Nov. 1961-July 1962) & attached copies of "Bill of Materials" and other details from the Asst. Industrial Manager, U.S. Naval Base, San Diego re/ California Electric Works (CALEWO) sought Congressman Wilson's assistance in resolving an alleged violation of the Davis-Bacon Act in terms of work done at the Naval Training Center; a packet of letters (May-July 1962) & enclosurers for "The Perl Air Auto"re/ a proposal to the Army for a four passenger, four wheeled flying vehicle; letters & telegram (June-Aug. 1962) re/ issue "of the bailment of C-47 aircraft" by Air Force and complaints from Pacific Southwest Airlines; packets of corresp. regarding concessions at the Cabrillo National Monument; the selection of Photon, Inc. by General Electric for the National Library of Medicine's MEDLARS program; Smith Parachute Co.'s (El Cajon) military contract; CAVA, INC.'S fog and stratus cloud disperal process and government interest; Dept. of Air Force awards to General Dynamics/Astronautics & U.S. Army use of STOL aircraft -- The Caribou I aircraft of Canada vs. unemployment in San Diego for defense manufacturing.
Folder 14: Federal Government: Contracts, Jan.-July 1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, brochures, telegrams, notes, news clippings and other items. Examples are: photocopy of news item from the S.D. Union (3/13/62) indicating 14 San Diego County firms obtained "Prime government contract awards;" letters (Feb., Ap. & May 1962) to Congressman Wilson from Robbins Aviation, Inc., Rocket Chemical Co., Inc. & Hiller Aircraft Corp. re/ their products and procurement processes; 3 letters (Mar. 1962) from P. Lima (V.P. Limedron Medical Electronic Equipment, La Mesa), Congressman Wilson & RADM. A.S. Chrisman (Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, U.S. Navy) re/ the Instant Touch Thermometer; a large packet of corresp. ( Mar.-June 1962) re/ Toston-Raymond (General Engineering Contractors, Lakeside, CA) sought assistance from Congressman Wilson "in planning our work for the coming fiscal year;" 4 letters (Nov. 1961 to Jan. 1962) from Louis Feller (Pres., Lomax Const. Co., Inc.), Congressman Wilson & Col. W.T. Bradley (Corps of Engineers) re/ delayed payment for work performed at the Fort Huachuaca Drone Test Facility, Yuma, AZ; notice (1/8/62) of Navy geophysics contract with Scripps Institute of Oceanography; a packet of news clippings, notes, telegrams & letters (Jan. 1962) re/ slashing of funds for U.S. commercial ship construction & unemployment on the West Coast; a large packet of notes, letters & attached copies of Transdata, Inc. (El Cajon), "Medlars Compuer Printer A Proposal To General Electric Company Information Systems Operations . . . December 1961," plus brochures for their "Transdata TD 900 High Speed Teleprinter," "Technical Handbook TD-549 Character Generator" & "Facilities, Capabilities and Products" re/ a bid by this El Cajon company "for an electronic type setter for the Library of Medicine in Washington." Managers of this company were crucial supporters of Wilson.
Folder 15: Federal Government:Contracts, Mar.-June 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, notes, memorandum, brochures & other items. Examples are: a large packet of corresp., statements and other material related to "Contract NBy 34254 Exterior Repairs and Painting of Various Buildings, Naval Air Station, North Island, San Diego, California" & losses perceived by Painting Contractor George C. Punton; a letter (2/22/62) from North Dakota Congressman Nygaard to Congressman Wilson requesting assistance for North Dakota constituents as to Minuteman Missile site construction employment for locals as opposed to out of state job seekers; letters (June-Aug. 1962) from Col. Harold P. Sparks (USAF) to Wilson notifying him of awards of contacts to Cubic Corp. & General Dynamics/Astronautics; a small packet of corresp. (Ap.-May 1962) re/ Rocket Chemical Co., Inc., their product WD-40 & its use by various military departments; office note (n.d.) & attached Dept. of Commerce Maritime Administration Release for June 28, 1962 re/ "Bids on 5 Cargo Ships Asked For U.S. Lines;" letters & a telegram (May & June 1962) re/ issues raised by E.T. Pedersen, Territory Manager, Diamond National Corp. to Wilson and the Navy concerning commissary purchasing practices at the 32nd Street Commissary; letters & office notes (Jan.-Feb. 1962) from Robert F. Bennett (Mgr., Campbell Machine, Inc., Congressman Wilson & RADM. R.K. James (Chief, BuShips) re/ "Navy-owned Floating Dry Dock AFDL-43," local bidding & other financial concerns; a letter (Ap. 17, 1962) from G. Allen Briggs (Pres., National Assn. of Plumbing Contractors) to Wilson and attached copy of "Economy and Efficiency with Separate Mechanical Contracts" re/ "your Committee's evident interest in cutting the cost of federal construction and procuring better quality results for the tax dollar."
Folder 16: Federal Government: Contracts, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, press releases, reports & pamphlets. Examples are: 2 letters (3/21 & 3/22/1963) from the Department of the Air Force to Congressman Wilson responding to his request for information on "Air Force plans concerning the proposed construction of a third Advanced Range Instrumentation Ship" & funds obligated to General Dynamics/Astronautics, San Diego & the General Atomic Division of General Dynamics -- a total of $32,405,571 & $6,609,186; letters (Jan. - Ap. 1963) from Wilson, Joseph Campbell (Comptroller General of the United States) & Bruce Hazard (R.E. Hazard Construction Co.) re/ low bid for driveway alterations at the San Ysidro Border Station and Hazard's frustrations with such a low bid contract; several letters (Mar.-Ap. 1963) from the Department of the Air Force to Congressman Wilson indicating obligation of funds to General Dynamics/Astronautics on missiles, boosters, space launch vehicle, ATLAS missiles & boosters; telegram (3/26/63) & Memorandum (3/26/63) re/ low bidder for US Border Patrol Station at Campo, CA; letter & news release (Ap. 1963) from Southwest Div. Bureau of Yards and Docks re/ contract for repairs to Jet Engine Test Cells at Naval Air Station, North Island to Paul W. Speer, Inc. of  Van Nuys, CA for $102,000; office communique (n.d.) re National Park Service award to Troy Raymond ("is a friend of the Boss' according to Marge") for "big oak flat grading 3.1 miles" Yosemite; 2 letters (Mar. 1963) from Southwest Div., Bureau of Yards and Docks to Wilson re/ construction of Off-Shore Tactical Control Facility, Point Loma & installation of approach lighting, USNAS, North Island; Press Release (Ap. 11, 1963) from Small Business Admin. re/ 60 prime Government contracts valued at $11,466,673.00 were awarded to small concerns in Southern CA, Arizona & Clark County NV. in March with list of San Diego County recipients attached; letters (Ap.-June 1963) re/ $1.25 million Air Force contract with Texas Instruments, Inc. & letter & attached brochure from General Dynamics/Electronics stresssing their "airborne terrain-clearance radar system" as an alternative; a letter (May 24, 1963) from William E. Warne (Dir. of Water Resources, State of CA) & attached copy of his May 6, 1963 "Financing the State Water Project," (text, tables and maps included); Press Release (May 14, 1963) from Small Business Administration re/prime contracts valued at $2,889,244.00 for Southern CA, AZ & Clark County, NV with attached list for San Diego County recipients; a reprint copy of American Metal Market, "How to Do Business with the Government," 21 pages.
Folder 17: Federal Government: Contracts, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, lists of contract awards, memorandum, telegrams, reports & other items. Examples include: a letter (11/25/63) from Spring Valley constituent Miss Margaret Yeaton & Congressman Wilson's reply (12/13/63) re/ Miss Yeaton's concerns that "It has been the policy of the Administration to award the preponderance of defense contracts to Eastern and Southern areas. This had the effect of drying up the aircraft and missile industry in Southern California, particularly the San Diego area;" a letter (12/4/63) from Capt. R.E. Thomas, Jr. (Deputy Dir., Southwest Div. Bureau of Yards and Docks) to Congressman Wilson & "enclosed news releases announcing awards of construction contracts in your Congressional District;" Memorandum (12/6/63) re/ Navy award of $1,545,000 to Regents of Univ. of CA for additional research in Marine Physics to be administered by the Scripps Institute of Oceanography Marine Physical Lab.; letters (Oct.-Nov. 1963) from the Dept. of the Air Force re/ contracts to General Dynamics/Convair/Astronautics & Ryan Aeronautical Co. re/ several millions of dollars for F-106 A/B electronic equipment, ATLAS space boosters, & target drones; a packet of "Contract 1963" pages from the Bureau of Yards & Docks listing San Diego companies, $ amounts & tasks performed; a similar packet of "Contracts 1963" from the Air Force listing San Diego companies, $ amounts & tasks performed; a copy of the Dept. of Defense, "Military Prime Contract Awards By State March 1963" (6 pages); a copy of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission San Francisco Operations Office's "Principal Research and Development Contracts Total Costs For Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1962"  which equaled $203,000,000; 2 letters (Oct. 21 & Dec. 12, 1962) from San Diego constituents Ray Gordon & Dave Hauskins & Wilson's replies (1/7/63) re/ contract award situation in San Diego, job losses and too much politics; Memorandum To The Boss From Ed Gillenwaters (1/10/63) re/ "Van Deerlin announcement of Air Force contract award to Solar ($1 million - Power Packages)" and political considerations; letters (January 1963) from "A Loyal Republican" Lloyd M. Hutchinson (Hutchinson Business Machine Co.), Congressman Wilson & RADM. John Crumpbacker (Chief of the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, USN) re/ Wilson's assistance to constituent Hutchinson's complaints about the Buy American Act and the Kennedy Administration; letters (1/63) from James K. Higgins (Sec.-Mgr., San Diego Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Assn., Congressman Wilson & Capt. E.G. Underhill (Executive Asst. to Chief of Bureau of Yards and Docks) re/ a complaint that the Navy had awarded an electrical distribution contract to the San Diego Gas & Electric Co. for the installation of electrical distribution facilities to housing units planned for Camp Pendleton. Mr. Higgins indicated this was contrary to previous awards of using local electrical contractors and labor for construction and then having the Navy maintain and service the distribution network; Press Release from the Small Business Administration (March 13, 1963) re/ awards for Mar. 1963 of a total of $3,525,283.00 to small concerns  in Southern CA, AZ & Clark County, NV with a listing for San Diego County attached; a number of letters (Jan.-Mar. 1963) from the Dept. of the Air Force to Congressman Wilson informing him of contract awards to San Diego firms re/ ATLAS space boosters, missiles & test equipment.
Folder 18: Federal Government: Contracts, 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of pamphlets, brochures, news releases, letters, memorandum & other items. Examples are: Copies of Office of the Secretary of Defense, "Military Prime Contract Awards and Subcontract Payments . . . July - September 1962" & for "July 1962 - March 1963" 46 pages each; copies of "Military Prime Contract Awards Placed In Areas of Substantial Unemployement July - September 1962" & " July 1962 - March 1963," 10 & 14 pages; Memorandum To Maggie, Connie, Mary Va., Cathy (10/25/63) & attached Dept. of the Air Force letter (10/24/63) to Wilson re/ "contract awards and Ed is not here call Ed Martin - also call KOGO and tell them to get it to San Diego (so that we might beat Van Deerlin in announcing it.);" letters & telegram (Oct.-Nov. 1963) re/ General Service Administration leasing office space in San Diego from Wilson constituent Frank D. Rollins; packet of letters (Sept.-Nov. 1963) from constituent Jim Fournier Sporting Goods, Kinning Systems (El Cajon, CA), Congressman Wilson & the Dept. of the Navy re/ Bureau of Naval Weapons, a parachute canopy release device & contract interests; letters (Oct. 1963) from the Dept. of the Air Force to Congressman Wilson informing him of contract actions re/ General Dynamics/Astronautics & General Atomics on work for ATLAS systems, launch facilities at Vandenberg Air Force Base & nuclear impulse propulsion research program; letter (10/10/63) from Paul G. Dembling (NASA) to Wilson & attached "NASA News Release No. 63-22" re/ "Three Contractors Selected for MILA Communications Negotiations;" 1 letter (24 Oct. 1963) to Wilson from Capt. R.E. Thomas, Jr. (Acting Dir., Southwest Div., Bureau of Yards and Docks) & attached copy of "Release for Publication" (31 Oct. 1963) re/ contract for relocation of Fire Fighters' Training Unit, Carroll Canyon, U.S. Naval Training Center, San Diego was awarded to Riha Const. Co. of La Mesa, CA for the amount of $172,800; office note to Mag from Cathy, Memo To Bob From Ed Gillenwaters &  letter from Wilson to B.F. Raynes (Rohr Corp.), Sept.-Oct. 1963 re/ interest in town and facilities being planned for construction 70 miles Northwest of Las Vegas for NASA/AEC Nuclear Rocket Test Facility, "a 15.6 million dollar installation;" packet of letters, congressional document, magazine article & press release (Sept. - Oct. 1963) re/ H.R. 7998, H.R. 8113 and S. 1556 regarding separate contracts on mechanical speciality work which are "intended to eliminate certain unethical and unfair trade practices;" a collection of letters (May-June 1963) re/ interest by Poltere Desk Co. (San Diego) in producing an anodized aluminum desk for Navy use; packet of corresp. (June-Aug. 1963) re/ San Diego Architects' interest in the Navy's interpretation of the Dept. of Defense Architect-Engineer Selection Procedures; the rest of the letters & other materials in this folder deal with such such topics as "rebuilding submarine batteries in San Diego;" acquiring Mexican Coronado Island rock vs. U.S. rip rap; award for construction of antisubmarine warfare training building; Harold Keen's phone inquiry as to B-52 modication contract to Boeing & not to Convair San Diego; contracts by Navy and Air Force re/ San Diego companies; conflict between local Cimaraon Corp. (digital instruments) and Kintel Corp.; NASA contracts let in CA between Jan.-May 1963 that equaled $297,596,950; News Releases from the Dept. of Defense and a copy of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce's, "Space Age Guide," 7 pages.
Box 24: Federal Government ContractsAdd to your cart.
Federal Government Contracts, 1964-1965: Federal government small business administration; Federal government  contracts Dick Curtis pending, Federal government building, Shipbuilding-West Coast 1953-56, West Coast Defense Contracts
Folder 1: Federal Government: Contracts, Jan.-June 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports, press releases & other items. Examples are: "Department of Defense Prime Contract Awards By State March 1964" (5 pp.); news release (5/6/64) from Southwest Division Bureau of Yards and Docks re/ "construction contract in your Congressional District will be issued to the press on 13 May 1964;" notice to Congressment Wilson by the Dept. of Defense (5/6/64) that General Dynamics/Astronautics, San Diego was being issued "a definitive contract. . . . We estimate that the total amount of this contract will be $6,000,000;" a packet of corresp. Ap.-May, 1964) re/ discussion concerning the contract award for the barber and beauty shop concessions" at Camp Pendleton; subsequent packets of corresp. in this folder cover such topics as -- the Naval Repair Facility; Ryan Aeronautical Co. & their air-drop glider systems; Continental Rent-A-Car & the DoD; the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Cubic Corp. & PL 87-653; press release from the Martin Co. re/ $300 million spent for goods and services in 1963; NASA News re/ negotiate with six companies for launch support services; extensive discussion on Defense Contract Pricing and PL 87-653 & concerns of Lynch Communi-catons Systems, Inc., San Diego; Press Release from SBA re/ 93 prime government contracts valued at $3,667,362 during March 1964 for So. CA, AZ & southern Nevada; Bureau of Yards and Docks fixed price contract to G.L. Cory, Inc. of San Diego for the construction of an aircraft maintenance hanger at NAS, Miramar in the amount of $1,637,400; Dept. of the Air Force contract notice re/ General Dynamics/Astronautics, San Diego for ATLAS missile gnd. support equipment "bringing the total amount obligated to date to $151,067,854;" a large packet of corresp. re/ General Services Admin., the V.R. Dennis Const. Co. of San Diego & airport and roadway seal coat work; other topics in this folder include -- HEW & the Buena Sanitation Dist.; the AEC & Data Science Corp.; The Spasors, Inc. Corp., San Diego & their RADAR ALTIMETER WARNING SYSTEM (RAWS); more news releases from the Bureau of Yards & Docks, the Air Force and the Dept. of Defense; & corresp. (Dec. 1963-Jan. 1964) re/ opposition from CA. Lathing and Plastering Contractors Association and Union against an attempt "to change from lath and plaster construction to an inferior product on the walls and ceilings of the Family Housing Project at the Amphibious Base, Coronado, California."
Folder 2: Federal Government: Contracts, May-June 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, press releases, memorandum & other items. Examples include: Dept. of the Air Force notice to Congressman Wilson (5/25 &  26/64) re/ launch support services for NIKE-ZEUS boosters to General Dynamics/ Astronautics, San Diego for a total of $4,500,000 & ATLAS boosters with an estimated total of $11,141,500; packet of corresp. (Ap.-May 1964) re/ Dept. of the Army, Office of the Sec. of Defense, Dept. of the Air Force, General Services Admin., FAA, Congressman Wilson & constituent Jerry E. Sweeney (Heli-Birds, Inc., La Jolla) re/ a "source of helicopter contract work for Government agencies;" a large packet of corresp. (Ap.-May, 1964) re/ Bid for Custodial Services, Navy Electronics Laboratory, San Diego by Western Men, Inc. San Diego; other corresp. in this folder deal with such topics as: Dept. of Air Force contract with Univ. of CA, La Jolla for work on earthquake, explosion and sesimic noise & a contract with General Dynamis/Astronautics, San Diego for design, fabrication, integration and launch of scientific space vehicles with a total amount of $10,000,000; FAA contract re/ $290,324 for airport  traffic control tower at Montgomery Field; a packet of corresp. (May-June 1964) re/ General Services Admin. & information from Chemolloy Electronics Corp., Santee; further corresp. re/ the barber and beauty shop concession at Camp Pendleton; constituent corresp. re/ local interest in small business construction operations in Alaska; NASA contracts re/ Centaur Hydrogen/fluid launch vehicle stages; Southwest Div. Bureau of Yards and Docks news release (14 May 1964) re/ $80,995 contract for Construction of Commissary Warehouse, U.S. Naval Station to John I Longenecker, La Jolla; packet of corresp. & news clippings (Nov. 1963-June 1964) re/ "releases of information on the definitization of the Centaur contract with General Dynamics/Astronautics" and apparent political rivalry between Wilson and Van Deerlin; constituent Darrel Lachel requests information from Wilson re/ NASA, Lunar Mobile Laboratory (MOLAB), General Electric, Chrysler & Cubic Corp. as to bidding for this contract.
Folder 3: Federal Government: Contracts, July-Dec. 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of news releases, letters, telegrams, memos, memorandum, news clippings, agency booklets, news letters, reports and other items. Examples are: Four letters and news releases (June-July 1964) from the Bureau of Yards and Docks re/ awards of construction contracts in San Diego with a total of $275,000; "Contract Award" from NASA to Collins Radio Co., Texas for Appolo manned space flight of approx. $20 million; memos and letters (June-July 1964) re/ price paid for certain lands acquired by United States in San Diego County; packet of corresp. (May-Aug. 1964) re/ Dept. of the Army and "reconditioning of tank engine cylinders and crankshafts by the Cylinder Service Company of Los Angeles;" Corresp. (Aug. 1964) from Wilson, AEC & constituent George Pennebaker (Hercules Oil Co., San Diego) re/ competive bidding issues; 3 Dept. of the Air Force letters (Aug & Sept. 1964) re/ awards to three San Diego companies of approx. 1.2 million dollars; 2 HEW Title VI contract awards to Mercy Hospital & the San Marcos County Water District; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1964) from Gordon F. Lee (Public Relations, SDSC), Congressman Wilson & Glenn V. Gibson (Acting Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ R & D contracts in California & needed public support for Proposition 2, a 380 million dollar bond issue for University and State College construction; news release and letter (Sept. 1964) re/ construction permit to General Dynamics for a fast critical assembly reactor from AEC; constituent requests to Congressman Wilson and responses re/ several laundry and dry cleaning firms to conduct business at the Miramar Naval Air Station; responses by Wilson to constituent request re/ Product Qualification and Qualified Products Lists of the Defense Supply Agency; other San Diego business concerns & government departments noted in subsquent packets of corresp. in this folder are: Amtronix, Inc. (Chula Vista); Western Electronic Manufacturing Assn; Bureau of Yards & Docks; Air Force and Fluidgenics (National City); Small Business Admin. & contract by Citizens Printing for a monthly publication of Southwest Word, a newspaper for the Southwest Div. of the Bureau of Yards and Docks; Navy contract with Univ. of California, Berkeley of $1,765,944 for the Scripts Instititute of Oceanograpy, San Diego to do additional research in Marine Physics; Herman H. Neumann Construction & interest in the Sequoia and Kings Canyon Park job; letters (Oct.-Dec. 1964) from constituent Mrs. Pansy Downum (Surf 'n Sea) & Congressman Wilson re/ this skin diving shop in Ocean Beach's difficulty in obaining jobber prices from the U.S. Divers Co.; Navy Bureau of Ships contract with National Steel and Ship Building Co. for two combat ships (AFS 4 and 5) for the amount of $36,848,000; local business concerns about losing printing contract with General Dynamics covering printing Technical Orders for Atlas missile; one copy of Office of the Secretary of Defense, "Military Prime Contract Awards and Subcontract Payments or Commitments" July-Dec. 1964 (50 pp.) & "100 Companies and Their Subsidiary Corporations Listed According To Net Value of Military Prime Contract Awards, Fiscal Year 1964 (14 pp.) -- 1. Lockheed Aircraft, Corp. 2. Boeing Co. 3. McDonnell Aircraft Co. 4. North American Aviation, Inc. & 5. General Dynamics Corp.; a packet of corrsp. (Aug.-Sept. 1964) re/ candy and cigarette vending machine contracts at NAS North Island and concerns by local distributor Canteen Services of San Diego, Inc. of outside competition and losses to San Diego economy.
Folder 4: Federal Government: Contracts, Jan.-June 1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, government reports, contracts, brochures, office notes, telegrams, press releases & other items. Examples are: Letters (1/4 & 1/12/65) from Charles J. Hitch (Assist. Secretary of Defense), Congressman Wilson, office notes & attached copy of "Military Prime Contracts Awards By State Fiscal Years 1951-1964" (15 pp.) re/ Wilson's response to a request from a University of Wisconsin student; letter (1/28/65) & Press Release (2/3/65) from Southwest Division, Bureau of Yards & Docks re/ "construction of Avionis and Training Facilities, Naval Air Station, North Island, San Diego . . . in the amount of $298,229, has been awarded to H.W. Standfield Construction Corporation & S.L. Haehna, Inc.;" a letter (1/6/65) from Col. George M. Lockhart (Dept. of the Air Force) to Wilson re/ "definitive contract to supersede a previously awarded letter contract" to the Cubic Corporation in the amount of $1,725,750; a small packet of letters (July 1964-Mar. 1965) from Reid's Plumbing and Heating (Chula Vista, CA), Congressman Wilson, U.S. Forest Service & Davies, Barwick & Knowlton (Attorneys at Law, Lemon Grove, CA) re/ attempts to resolve Reid's contract with the Forest Service for work on "Black River Road No. 125, Apache National Forest;" 2 letters (2/5/65) from Col. George M. Lockhart (Dept. of the Air Force) to Wilson re/ notices of awards to General Dynamics/Astronautics, San Diego for ATLAS/AGENA for spare parts and space boosters with a final total of over $40 million; phone message of award notice (3:30 p.m. 2/12/65) from the Bureau of Naval Weapons re/ "$1,542,230 contract to Solar, a division of International Harvester Company, San Diego . . . for auxiliary power plants for navy helicopters;" a packet of corresp. and records (Dec. 1964-Jan. 1965) re/ Wilson's assistance to California Electric Works' "questioning the award of a contract . . . issued by the Navy Purchasing Office" for electric and electronic servicing in the San Diego area to a New York firm that was paying less than industry and union scale to electronic technicians; a large packet of corresp. & other items (June 1963-Mar. 1965) re/ Fastaire Hand Dryers vs. paper towels for the U.S. Navy & problems with on board ship use; lists of the 100 top Defense contractors for fiscal years 1963 & 1964 -- "Over half of the companies were engaged in missile-space, aircraft and electronic work;" a copy of a press release (4/13/65) from HEW re/ construction grants totaling $25,321,347 to "Three new medical schools" one of which was to the University of Calfornia for a School of Medicine, in San Diego;" a packet of corresp. (Jan.-June 1965) from Congressman Wilson, W.F. Imel Construction Co. (El Cajon, CA), U.S. Army Engineer District, Sacramento (Corps of Engineers) re/ Contract DA-04-1678-ENG-3500, Point Arena, CA and out of pocket expenses and waste of goverment money; a press release from the Small Business Admin. (5/20/65) indicating 8 companies in San Diego County receiving contracts for civilian and miltary work totaling over $265,000; packets of corresp. (Mar.-May 1965) re/ Bureau of Yards and Docks & local contractors for work at Ream Field and Naval Air Station, Miramar; letters & office notes (Jan. & Mar. 1965) from W.F. Imel Construction Co., Congressman Wilson, the Under Secretary of the Interior, Senator Henry M. Jackson & Congressman Wayne Aspinall re/ "the proposed concession contract with Whiskeytown Services, Inc. at the Whiskeytown Reservoir area in California;" letters (Feb. & Mar. 1965) from Edgar M. Gillenwaters (Admin. Asst. to Wilson), Major General B.A. Hochmuth (Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruit Depot), Jacques Cosse (Military Affairs Committee, San Diego Chamber of Commerce) and Major R.J. Rutherford (Exchange Officer, MCRD) re/ attempts by Wilson and others to obtain "Recruit Pictorial Review" printing contract for local firm - Neyenesch Printers. A Minnesota firm received the contract; Memo (6/20/65) re/ San Diego State College Foundation & HEW contract for "Improved Med. care for Geriatics Patient Amount $94,987 & corresp. (4/65) re/ award to HermanH. Neuman, construction (El Cajon, CA) from U.S. Forest Service for Ashland and Fort Howes Ranger Stations, Montana.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Contracts, June-Dec. 1965Add to your cart.
A large collections of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports & other items. Examples are: letters & memo (June-July 1965) re/ "the delicious candy" and interest by Mr. Jay Jackson (Marzipan Mfg. Co., San Diego) in obtaining a contract with the military for post exchange sales; a packet of corresp. (June-July 1965) re/ Dept. of the Interior report relative to the contract award at Lassen volcanic National Park with Neuman Construction of El Cajon; a large packet containing corresp. & a copy of Comptroller General of the United States, "Special Report on Rubbish-Hauling Contracts at the Naval Shipyard and Naval Station, Long Beach, California; stapled packet containing corresp. (July-Aug. 1965) re/ the Voice of Truth and Freedom, "Factors Operative In A Post-Arms Control Situation Contract No. AF 49(638)-141, April 1965, other concerns of consitutents and discussions as to "the deal with Sukarno" and issues that have alarmed political conservatives; a letter (8/9/65) from Wilson to John Straza (Straza Industries, El Cajon, CA) & attached copies of Dept. of the Navy letter (3 Aug. 65) & Memorandum (24 July 65) re./ "History of Straza's Participation in the Development of AN/SQQ-16" & "Narrative of Events of Current AN/SQQ-16 Procurement;" a letter (7/28/65) from Mrs. W.F. Imel (El Cajon) & Wilson's reply (8/4/65) re/ personal issues, politics and reference to Wilson's assistance in obtaining the lease for Whiskeytown, Port Arena, etc.; small packet of corresp. (June-Aug. 1965) re/ paving contract for N.E.L. in San Diego by B.R. Hazard Contracting Co.; notice (9/8/65) from Dept. of the Air Force re/ $3,668,000 fixed price order with American Electric for work in El Cajon and Paramount, CA; a copy of DoD Prime Contract Awards By State - September 1965 (5 pp.); other contract award corresp. for work in San Diego area included Ryan Aeronautical Co.; Guy F. Atkinson Co.; Burrmann Const. Co.; Convair Div. of General Dynamics; Riha Co. of La Mesa, National Steel and Shipping Co.; Robert McMullan & Son, Inc.; Chula Vista Electric Co.; Scripps Institution of Oceanography; B.N. Antaramian Export-Import; General Precision, Inc.; Air Oasis Co.; Paul Hanson, General Engineering Contractor; Consolidated Contractors Corp.; & Kelly Laundry and Acme Laundry -- half each for Navy contract.
Folder 6: Federal Government: Contracts -SBA, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, office notes, memorandum, reports, congressional document, statements, news articles and other items. Examples are: Two letters (Aug. & Sept. 1963) from Alvin P. Meyers (Regional Director, Small Business Admin.) & Congressman Wilson's reply re/ Wilson not being able to attend the opening of the new SBA office in San Diego on Sept. 6th; 2 letters (6/17 & 21/63) from Robert E. Wolin (Gen. Mgr., Cubic Corp.) & Attorney Thomas Moran thanking Congressman Wilson "for the time and effort spent on our behalf during my recent trip to Washington;" 1 copy of "H.R. 2029 . . . January 17, 1963 . . . A Bill To amend the Small Business Act" re/ maintenance, repair, or construction; correp. (May-June 1963) from "H.W. Stanfield Construction Corp. and S. L. Haehn, Joint Ventures," John E. Thorne (SBA) and Congressman Wilson re/ "a bid with Southwest Div. of Yards and Docks in San Diego on the Construction of the Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Building;" letters, office notes & telegram (Ap.-June 1963) from the San Diego Chapter of the Assoc. General Contractors of America & Congressman Wilson re/ "the removal of SBA set-aside on the Navy job NBY#43476" - the anti-submarine warfare building; a photocopy of Bureau of Yards and Docks, "Percentage Statistics On Construction Contracts Placed with Small Business Firms" 1959-1962 (1st half); letter & pamphlet (June 1963) from the SBA; photocopies of "Letters to the Editor," The Wall Street Journal (July & Aug. 1962) re/ pro and con views on the SBA's set-aside policy; packets of materials from the Associated General Contractors of America as presented to the Senate and the House of  Representives giving "Examples of Increased Cost to Government Because of Set-Asides;" a large packet of corresp. (June 1963) & company brochures from the Cubic Corp. & Temec Inc. re/ Temec relocating to San Diego, its qualification as a small business and bids related to space tracking systems; letters (July 24 & Aug. 12, 1963) from John W. Quimby (Sec.-Treasurer Labor Council of San Diego County) & Congressman Wilson re/ attached "Resolution Small Business Administration Act" (7/24/63) supporting "H.R. 2029 which would remove the construction industry from the "Set-Aside Program;" 1 copy of the "Small Business Bulletin," Feb. 1963.
Folder 7: Federal Government: Contracts Dick Curtins Pending, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandum, telegrams, reports and other items. The contents of this folder concentrate on the activities of San Diego electronic engineer Richard K. Curtis (President, Curtis Electronic Data Systems, Division of Lease-it Corporation) to establish a new data handling system that will serve governmental and non-governmental programs;
Folder 8: Federal Government: Contracts, 1957-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, statements, a govt. brochure and other items focusing on"Produce Bidding." Examples are: letters and telegrams (Feb.-Mar. 1959) re/ concerns to protect local San Diego produce dealers to supply local military needs; a 4 page copy of a letter (n.d.) promoting the local produce industry in San Diego as to Navy purchasing power; a copy of U.S. Navy Purchasing Office, "Invitation and Bid (Supply Contract)" dated 7-2-57 (18 pages); several letters (Mar. & Ap. 1959) from the Quartermaster General (U.S. Army) & Congressman Wilson re/ local San Diego produce companies and problems dealing with the Military Subsistence Market Center; a booklet entitled "The Military Subsistence Supply Agency" (Chicago, Illinois) & several letters (June-Aug. 1959) from Wilson, Ellis B. Snyder (President, San Diego Association of Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Dealers, Inc. & Major General Hugh Mackintosh (Executive Dir., Military Subsistence Supply Agency) re/ process since October 1957 of practically eliminating the buying of local produce in San Diego by the military and its economic effects.
Folder 9: Federal Government: Contracts - Shipbuilding, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, notes, memorandum and other items. This folder is sub-titled "West Coast." Examples are: Letters (Mar. - Ap. 1953) from Congressman John J. Allen, Jr. (Dem., CA) to President Eisenhower and members of the House "concerning the formulation of a national policy which will recognize the necessity of a well-dispersed ship building and ship repair industry; letters (Feb.-July 1953) from Congressman Wilson, C. Arnholt Smith (President, National Steel & Shipbuilding) & Anthony Martinolich (Martinolich Shipbuilding Co.) & a newsclipping (Copley Press) -- "Giant Carrier Work Sought for Coast" to promote West Coast ship construction; a packet of letters, statement & chart (Nov. 1953) re/ "Statement of R.D. Sweeney on Pacific Coast Shipbuilding and Ship Repair" & other evidence supporting private shipyards over Navy shipyards as being more cost effective; a telegram (3/15/55) from Thomas M. Carlson (City Attorney, Richmond, CA) & Wilson's reply (3/17/55) supporting H.R. 2036 and urging President Eisenhower to support the concept of constructing vessels on the West Coast; a letter (6 July 1955) from the Office of the Secretary of the Navy to Congressman Wilson re/ the California Congressional delegation's "urging the construction of the next aircraft carrier of the FORRESTAL-Class be assigned to the San Francisco Naval Shipyard.
Folder 10: Federal Government: San Diego Ship Building, 1960-1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of telegrams, letters, memorandum, reports, news clippings, congressional material and other items. The main focus of the contents of this folder deal with H. R. 8093 which "would repeal Sect. 502(d) of the Merchant Marine Act, which grants Pacific Coast ship builders a 6% construction cost differential in bidding for contracts to build only vessels to be used on essential foreign trade routes serving the Pacific Coast by steamship lines headquartered on the Pacific Coast." An additional topic in the folder deals with the Sect. 541 of the Dept. of Defense Appropriation Act, 1963 -- "the 65/35 split which favors private shipyards for repairs to Naval ships." Extensive corresp. is attached to this proposal. For example see "Statement Submitted by the Honorable Robert L. Leggett (DD. Calif.) Before the Defense Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. May 17, 1963" (16 pp.) for a strong rebuttal of those who desired to privatize ship building and eliminate Naval shipyards. For an example of those supporting privatization see "Remarks by Mr. Edwin M. Hood, President, Shipbuilding Council of America before the Western Shipbuilding Association, September, 1961: The Case for the Private Shipyards" (10 pp.)
Folder 11: Federal Government: West Coast Defense Contracts, 1959Add to your cart.
One copy of "S. 1875 . . . May 7, 1959 . . . A Bill To amend title 10 of the United States Code to encourage competition in the procurement by the armed services and for other purposes. . . ."
Box 25: Federal GovernmentAdd to your cart.

Department of Agriculture 1953-1963;

Department of Commerce 1960-1965;

Department of Defense 1953-1965;

Commerce Census Bureau; Federal Government Presidential "E" Award 1965;

Defense Disarmament;

Department of Defense moving policies 1959-1960.

Folder 1: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1956Add to your cart.
Only 2 items. A letter (7/25/56) from R. Lyle Webster (Dir. of Information, Dept. of Agriculture) to Congresman Wilson and attached copy of "List of Publications Available for Distribution to Members of Congress" (Jan. 1956) re/ Wilson's use of copies of documents; a letter (9/8/56) from Congressman Wilson to the Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson & a reply (9/19/56) from Acting Secretary True D. Morse re/ Wilson's concern about "hundreds of Navy ammunition storage dumps in the vicinity of Hastings, Nebraska" and the possibility of using these for surplus grain storage.
Folder 2: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1956-1957Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos, news clipping, postal cards and other items. Examples are: a copy of "Proposed Soil Bank Program," U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Commodity Stabilization Service, Notice General 348 (2-29-56, 12 pp.); Memo  (3/7/57) re/ REA loan for Mountain Empire Electric Cooperative in Campo for $96,500; a letter (3/17/57) from constituent K.A. Kimbrough, attached clipping from the Congressional Record "Extension of Remarks of Hon. Usher L. Burdick" & Wilson's reply (3/29/57) re/ various chemicals and drugs in foods and "feed for poultry;" a letter (5/31/57) from constituent Kenneth R. Rearwin & Wilson's reply (6/17/56) re/ concerns about "the amount of money the agricultural programs are costing the government;" a packet of corresp. (May-July 1957) from Wilson, the Dept. of Agriculture & Alpine, CA constituent G.O. Enquist re/ DDT spraying, the Gypsy Moth and natural enemies; letters (May-July 1957) from Sam Grossman (KFSD-TV), Congressman Wilson & Richard E. McArdle (Chief, Forest Service) re/ Mr. Grossmon's "bid for a proposed $600,000 Resort at Mammoth Mountain in the High Sierras;" letters (Aug.-Sept. 1957) from constituent Stanley Rogers, Wilson & Marvin B. McLain (Acting Secretary of Agriculture) re/ a critique of the "elimination of 53,000 aces from the Three Sisters Primitive Area, Williamette and Deschutes National Forest, Oregon" for selective lumbering & other uses; 1 postal card (11/2/57) from constituent C.W. VanOsdoll & letters (12/5, 11 &18/57) from Wilson & Forest Service re/ pending timber sales and wilderness legislation in the Klamath National Forest. The Forest Service denied any relationship.
Folder 3: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of booklets, pamphlets, letters, memos, news clippings and other items. Examples are: 1 copy of the "Report of The Secretary of Agriculture, 1958 (81 pp.); 2 copies of "A Guide to the San Dimas Experimental Forest, Glendora, California," (Misc. Paper, No. 11, Jan. 1, 1953, 23 pp.); 1 copy of Walt Hopkins, "More Good Water . . research at San Dimas Experimental Forest applying fundementals to entire watersheds," (Miscel. Paper No. 22, Mar. 1958, 6 pp.); a packet containing letters, news clipping and other material (1958-1959) concerning the ideas and suggestions of constituent William Gray regarding San Diego's watershed; letters (3/59) re/ Stanley Yankus case re/ planting wheat for poultry feed; a copy of "Your Washington Office Report by Melivn R. Laird Member of Congress, 7th District, Wisconsin" for April 8, 1959 re/ Stanley Yankus prosecution; copy of "Questions and Answers on the Humphrey-Price Bill (S-144) & news clipping from The Evening Star (3/29/59) re/editorial "Political Field Day and REA operations; letters (April 1959) from KFSD Radio Farm Dir., Wilson and the Dept. of Agriculture re/ pay raise for County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee employees and civil service membership; a large packet of corresp. (Ap.-May, 1959) from F. B. Wilsox (Sunkist Growers), the Dept. of Agriculture and Congressman Wilson re/ strong objections to the "Proposed United States Standards for Grades of Chilled Orange Juice;" a small packet of corresp. (May-June 1959) re/ constituent Glenn Pearson's interest in "the feasibility of bringing an African Gazelle into the country for other use than Zoo or Approved Game Farms;" letters (June-July 1959) & a pamphlet from the Dept. of Agriculture re/ "Mexican Fruit Fly How we fight it;" letters (Dec. 1959) "commenting on the spray program along the Border;" a Dept. of Agriculture pamphlet by Ezra Taft Benson stressing "Interdependence Between Business and Agriculture;" and copies of the "Highlights of the Secretary's talk at the Annual Meeting, Farm and Home Week, Cornell University, Ithica, New York, March 24, 1959" (15 pp.).
Folder 4: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news clippings, pamphlets, reports, photographs and other items. Examples are: Dept. of Agriculture, "Congressional Guide To Information Services;" Dept. of Agriculture, "Report of the Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration," 1959; letters (Jan.-Mar. 1959) from a California State Polytechnic College student, the Dept. of Agriculture and Congressman Wilson re/ inquiryconcerning the use of U.S. food surpluses in foreign aid; letters (Jan.-Feb.1960) from La Mesa constituent Frank J. Krantz, Congressman Wilson and the Dept. of Agriculture re/ complaints about excessive subsidies to families under the Soil Bank Reserve Program; letters (May-June 1960) re/ growing orchids; letters (June-July 1960) re/ Chula Vista constituent D.W. Martin's critique of the "crackpot ideas" of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson and the Secretary's reply; letters (Jan.-Feb. 1960) from Lakeside Junior High School students Linda Jones and Karen Wilson, Congressman Wilson & Assist. Sec. of Agriculture Clarence L. Miller re/ "planning a debate on what should be done with the surplus farm products;" several packets of corresp. from constituents and others (Nov.-Dec. 1960) re/ such topics as sugar quotas, the production of charcol & grain surpluses; a large packet of letters, photographs & packets of special material re/ "samples and information on Chemalloy Fluxless Aluminum Solder in powderized form for use as a plant growing aid" especially in Canada and Alaska and contesting the Dept. of Agricultures negative results.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Agriculture, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of memos and letters. Examples are: A letter (12/27/61) from Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman to Congressman Wilson and an attached copy of the Dept.'s "The Role of Research in Managed Abundance" (12 pp.); a packet of letters (Dec. 1961-Mar. 1962) re/ Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act; a letter (4/19/62) from Secretary Freeman to Wilson re/ support for President Kennedy's Food and Agricultural Program; letters (Mar.-May 1962) from Wilson, the Dept. of Agriculture, the California Bakery Employers Assn. re/ "The wholesale baking industry . . . on the entire Pacific Coast, is extremely concerned with the present policies of the Department of Agriculture as they relate to support prices and acreage restrictions of wheat;" letters (Mar.-Ap. 1962) from Lakeside constituent Roy Schelat, Wilson & John P. Duncan, Jr. (Dept. of Agriculture) re/ the food storage program and potential spoilage; letters (July-Aug. 1962) from Sunnyside constituent Mrs. Laura Tallian, Congressman Wilson and R.A. Hollis (Office of Information, Dept. of Agriculture) re/ "the latest research methods of insect control without the use of poisons;" a copy of a letter (8/28/62) from Secretary Orville Freeman to Governor Edmund G. Brown re/ "congratulations to you and all those responsible for California becoming a Modified Certified Brucellosis State;" a letter (9/1/62) from the Calif. Creamery Operators Assn. to Congressman Wilson and attached photocopy of "A Tight Squeeze on U.S. Butter," (AP., nd.) regarding federal government lack of cold storage space for surplus butter; "Memorandum To: Maggie From: Cathy" (9/17/62) re/ typewriter skipping problem and call from Hugh Johnson of the Agricultural Dept. needed informatin for the 1963 Yearbook on San Diego schools program on nature study; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1962) from Spring Valley constituent Mrs. Irene A. Johnson, Congressman Wilson, M.R. Clarkson (Acting Administrator, Dept. of Agriculture), his enclosed "Comments on Rachel Carson's Articles in the New Yorker" & copy of "Chemical Spurs Growth" (AP., nd.) re/ the topic of pesticide use in agriculture; four more letters from constituents regarding "male sterilization techniques to control insects;" surplus food products; "inquiry concerning . . . obtaining surplus milk for distribution to needy people in San Felipe, Mexico;" & "distribution of surplus food to needy Mexicans."
Folder 6: Federal Government: Agriculture, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams & other items. Examples are: Letters ( May 1963) from Congress Wilson, Charles Keely (Copley News Service, Washington, D.C.) & George R. Lander (Office Mgr., Agricultural Stablization and Conservation Service, Henry, Ill.) re/ Republican resistance to the current price support system of wheat production & influence in the election process; Memorandum (2/28/63) from Sec. Orville Freeman to Members of Congress re/ "Summary Effect of Wheat & Feed Grain Programs on CCC Costs . . . Highlights Indicating Success in Cutting Surpluses and Reducing Costs;" letters (Sept.-Oct. 1963) from constituent Mrs. Victor A. Welton, Congressman Wilson & Raymond A. Ioanes (Foreign Agricultural Service, Dept. of Ag.) re/ information on the "Meals for Millions . . . providing a food supplement to needy people" using protein meal, "which is not a surplus agricultural commodity;" a telegram (8/2/63) from J Russell Kennedy (General Mgr, CALCOT, Bakesfield, CA) to Congressman Wilson requesting his support for "the Cooley Bill, HR 6196, to save the cotton farmers' market and protect the economy of California and other cotton producing states;" 1 copy of U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, "California 1961 Annual Report" (69 pp.); & letters (Sept,-Oct. 1963) from constituent Dr. Howard A. Ball, Wilson & E.P. Reagan (Acting Deputy Administrator, Agricultural Research Service) re/ Dr. Ball's concerns about the Dept's policy decision "involving the importation of thoroughbred horses foaled in Germany."
Folder 7: Federal Government: Agriculture-Billie Sol Estes, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams and other items related to Billie Sol Estes. Examples are: a letter ( 7/4/62) from constituent Roy E. Knox & Wilson's reply (7/9/62) & enclosed copies of news clippings from the S.D. "Evening Tribune" & the "Dan Smoot Report" (6/11/63) re/ criticism of federal farm programs and Billie Sol Estes; a copy of NRCC, "News Release" for Tu. May 8, 1963 featuring "Rep. Bob Wilson, chairman of he Repubican National Congressional Committee, today charge Agricultural Secretary Orville Freeman of trying to 'whitewash' his Department's role in the Billie Sol Estes case. . . .;" six letters from constituents regarding the Billie Sol Estes case and all supporting a so-called free market system for farmers; a copy NRCC, "Issue of the Day" for May 15, 1962 featuring "The Billie Sol Estes Case: The Great Grain Robbery, 'The Minnesota Mob,' and An Unauthorized Commitment;" a letter (5/7/62) from Mrs. James T. Wilson (Ft. Worth, TX) to Congressman Wilson, but no reply from him, re/her reminder to Republicans of the various scams such as Teapot Dome, Sherman Adams (in Ike's administration) and "Tricky Dick." "I suggest your party take time out from casting stones at the Kennedy administration to explain why the Eisenhower administration continued to do business with Sol Estes after an investigation in 1953 showed Mr. Estes to be untrustworthy!"
Folder 8: Federal Goverenment: Commerce, 1958-59Add to your cart.
Three small packets of corresp.: a "Copy of Letter By Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks Sent In Reply to Letter Critical of the 1958 Budget" (5 pp.); 5 letters (Nov.-Dec. 1959) from constituent Ben B. Anthony, Congressman Wilson, William B. Macomber, Jr. (Asst. Sec. of State) & Loring K. Macy (Dir., Bureau of Foreign Commerce) re/ "information on Demostration Gold Mines Ltd., Manila, Philippines;" & 4 letters (Sept.-Oct. 1959) from Leon Parma (Admin. Asst. to Wilson), Escondido constituent Forrest M. Holly & H.B. McCoy ( Business and Defense Services Administration, Dept. of Commerce) re/ "application of solar energy to the heating of water in swimming pools. . . . The production of solar heating equipment equipment in the United States is proceeding more or less on an experimental basis at the present time."
Folder 9: Federal Government: Commerce, 1960Add to your cart.
One letter (8/25/60) from David W. K. Peacock, Jr. (Special Assist. to the Secretary of the Dept. of Commerce), Memorandum (8/22/60) to David Peacock,Jr. from Victor Roterus (Dir., Office of Area Development) & 2 Attachments (June 6 & 15, 1960) --"Committee To Coordinate Federal Urban Area Assistance Programs" and "Executive Office of the President Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization" re/ "Comments on: (1) Effect of S. 722 and S. 3669 on 30th Congressional District and (2) Advantages or Disadvantages Accruing to the 30th Congressional District under Federal Procurement Policies Favoring Labor Surplus Areas."
Folder 10: Federal Government: Commerce, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & magazine articles. Examples are: a packet of letters & articles from La Mesa constituent D.H. Gerbaz, Congressman Wilson & C.D. Martin, Jr. (Under Secretary of Commerce for Transporation) re/ Mr. Gerbaz's critical concerns about "Federal Transportation Policy;" a letter (5/5/61) from Congressman Wilson, a reply (5/15/61) from Hickman Price, Jr. (The Assistant Secretary of Commerce) and enclosed copy of "Your Community and the Area Redevelopment Act" (5/9/61) re/ a response to Wilson's inquiry as to the consequences of the Depressed Area Bill for San Diego and California; a letter (6/23/61) from Richard M. Scammon (Dir., Bureau of the Census) to Wilson re/ sending him two Census Bureau publications; a letter (5/3/61) from El Cajon constituent Dr. Gaylord Parkinson & a reply (5/17/61) from Leon W. Parma (Wilson's admin. asst.) re/ search for informatin as to an expert on labor relations in the Dept. of Commerce; a copy of a letter (4/18/61) from Congressman Wilson to the Dept. of Commerce & attached 2 pages from the April 1961 The Westerner re/ interest in "Research Publications Available From U.S. Dept. of Commerce."
Folder 11: Federal Government: Commerce, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & 1 publication from the Dept. of Commerce. 4 letters (July 1962) from Congressman Wilson, constituent I.C. Mussen (President, West Coast New York Co., San Diego) & Robert E. Simpson (Acting Dir., Bureau of International Programs, Dept. of Commerce) re/ inquiry as to business opportunities in Kuwait for building materials; 4 letters (June-July 1962) from Congressman Wilson, San Diego constituent Miss Carol Reid & W.R. Tilley (Chief, Office of Technical Information, National Bureau of Standards) re/ a problem with an inadequate extension cord for a bathroom heater; a copy of a letter (3/27/62) from John M. Murphy (President of the Propeller Club) to the Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges re/ criticism of federal promotion of trade development of ports along the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes that should be "the  province of the citizens concerned in the port areas" not the federal government; a letter (3/13/62) from Richard M. Scammon (Dir., Bureau of the Budget) to Congressman Wilson re/ Wilson's "questions about a recent newspaper item entitled, 'Exposes City Slickers From Ajo to Zelienople," in the Washington Star (3/3/62) and the Director's clarification and correction of the letter's content; a copy of Dept. of Commerce, "State Distribution of Public Employment In 1961" for release April 27, 1962 (23 pp.); & a letter (5/25/62) from Dir. Scammon to Wilson re/ "We . . . have just now published the detailed Census Tract statistics for San Diego, California."
Folder 12: Federal Government: Commerce, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters. Examples are: copies of 3 letters (1962 & 1963) from Congressman Wilson, James G. Morton (Special Asst. to the Secretary of Commerce) & A.A. Bertsch (Deputy Administrator, Dept. of Commerce) re/  constituent Chuck Conniry's (San Diego Display Assoc.) inquiry about the establishment of a National Displayman's Day during the annual Christmas Market Week. The Dept. indicated this was not the responsibility of the federal government; a large packet of corresp. (1962-1963) re/ the above topic of a National Displayman's Day; 2 letters (2/6 & 2/13/63) one from Wilson and the response from Robert L. Oshins (Dir., Office of International Investment, Dept. of Commerce) re/ an inquiry from constituent Jack N. Behrman about "a list of possible foreign investors who might be interested in making investments in the United States;" & 4 letters (Sept.-Oct. 1963) from Coronado constituent Dr. Eleana Whiley Wilson, Congressman Wilson & Henry Scherer (Dir., Office of Public Informaion, Dept. of Commerce) re/ Dr. Wilson's proposal for a national "Cat Day." The Dept. indicated that cats now have an "International Cat Week."
Folder 13: Federal Government: Commerce, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Federal Government: Commerce, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & booklets. Examples are: a copy of an "Application For Search of Census Records;" letters (Jan.-Feb. 1964) from constituent Charles H. Norris (President, Bay City Electric Works), Congressman Wilson, Richard M. Scammon (Dir., Bureau of the Census) & a copy of the Bureau's "Facts About the Economic Census" re/ complaints about too much paper work from the bureau; 4 letters (April 1964) from constituent George H. Cheney, Congressman Wilson & Edward R. Killam (Dir., Office of Chemicals and Consumer Products, Dept. of Commerce) re/ Mr. Cheney's animosity toward government regulations in the food industry; 4 letters (Ap.-May 1964) from constituent Robert K. Whitney, Congressman Wilson & John S. Stillman (Deputy for Congressional Relations, Dept. of Commerce) re/ Mr. Whitney's suggestion that Wilson "and Senator Kuchel initiate action to have former Presidents, Vice Presidents and their wives honored by the Executive and Legislative Branches." Wilson, while appreciating this "well-founded concern," was "not inclined to introduce the bill you have suggested;" a packet of corresp. & information (May-Sept. 1964) from the Fluor Corp. Ltd., Congressman Wilson, various officials in the Dept. of Commerce and a copy of National Constructors Association, "Remarks prepared by President Henry A. Denny for presentationat the Department of Commerce conference on Control of Export of Technical Data" (May 6, 1964) re/ suggested revisions of these regulations; a letter (11/12/64) from La Mesa constituent Ralph W. Wilkinson & Wilson's reply (11/17/64) re/ Mr. Wilkinson's difficulty in obtaining a copy of his birth certificate; letters (Mar.-July 1964) & a brochure re/ the proceedings of the Los Angeles Modernization Conference and since they are on tape not available for publication; copies of Dept. of Commerce booklets for "Mayport Manufacturing Company a hypothetical firm Case Study Material for the Industrial Modernization Conference" (n.d.) & copies of the Dept. of Commerce, "Tri-State Regional Conference On Modernization" (1/9/64), "Portland Area Conference On Industrial Modernization" (3/267/64) & "Washington State Conference on Industrial Modernization" (Mar. 31, 1964).
Folder 14: Federal Government: Commerce Dept., 1959-1960Add to your cart.
The sub-title to this folder is  "Representative for San Diego." This is a collection of letters, news clippings, notes, telegrams and other items. Examples are: a small packet of letters, news clipping & a press release (Jan. 1960) re/ information on Coast and Geodetic Survey, "Nautical Chart No. 5107, San Diego and Mission Bays," a discussion of concerning problems of inadequate information, communications with the Port Director and other issues; San Diego news clippings (1/60) sent by Congressman Wilson to Dept. of Commerce; a letter (2/2/60) from John F. Borchers (General Mgr., San Diego Chamber of Commerce) & Wilson's reply (2/8/60) re/ visit of Dept. of Commerce representatives Richard H. Krause & Robert Newland to San Diego and planned events; a packet of correspondence & items from the International House and World Trade Mart of San Diego, Inc. re/ "Progress Report for the Period March 1 - November 30, 1959" a questionaire & other pertinent items related to the Dept. of Commerce visit to San Diego and Los Angeles; news clipping from the Evening Tribune (2/3/60, A3) re/ "Commerce Official Sees Office Need . . . Richard H. Krause Studies facilities here;" a letter (2/23/60) from Richard H. Krause to Wilson indicating that "From our analysis we have come to the conclusion that we would like to establish a 'Field Service Office' in San Diego;" office note and Copley Press Leased Wire (2/25/60) indicating that a Commerce Field Service Office will be opened in San Diego with "experts in Domestic and Foreign trade;" a letter (3/60) from John F. Borchers (Chamber of Commerce) to Richard H. Krause confirming the offer of occupancy by the Dept. of Commerce of an office in the San Diego Chamber's building; and further corresp. on the projected relocation of the Field Service Office "at the foot of Broadway" in the International House & World Trade Mart of San Diego building on a rental free basis.
Folder 15: Federal Government: Commerce - Census Bureau, 1954-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of reports, forms, pamphlets, letters, notes & other items. Examples are: a "Department Contact List for Washington staff officers. . . ." (4 pp, n.d.); a Dept. of Commerce "Business Information Service" featuring "Community and Area Development Checklist" Revised June 1954 (4 pp.); a Dept. "area development bulletin" for April-May 1955 (Vol. I , No. 3); 2 copies of "Available Federal Assistance for Community Development" (April 1955, 8 pp.); a copy of Dept. of Commerce "1950 United States Census of Population [for] San Diego, Calif. Census Tracts" (Bulletin P-D48, 45 pp.); letters (4/57) from R.A. Bolte (V.P., Qualitee Diary Products Assn., E.F. Terrar, Jr. (Admin. Asst. to Wilson); Robert W. Burgess (Dir., Bureau of the Census) & Congressman Wilson re/ complaints concerning the 1956 Annual Survey of Manufactures; a copy of an "Application for Search of Census Records" (8-8-56); a letter (8/5/55) from constituent Mrs. Earl E. Zahm & E.F. Terrar, Jr.'s reply (8/9/55) re/ Wilson's assistance to Mrs. Zahm in obtaining information from the Census Bureau; 2 letters (6/22/56) from Carter L. Burgess (Asst. Secretary of Defense) & Capt. C.T. Caufield (Commander, Naval Training Station) thanking Congressman Wilson for his "gracious and complementary telegram" sent to Captain Caufield and Mr. Burgess' favorable commentary on San Diego's impressive military establisments; a packet of letters (Mar. - Ap. 1959) from Congressmen Tom Murray & Bob Wilson, Robert W. Burgess (Dir., Bureau of the Census) & San Diego Mayor Charles C. Dail re/ Mayor Dails' request that a federal census be taken each five years to meet local population needs. "As you know, San Diego is growing at the furious pace of 40,000 people a year;" a packet of letters (July 1959) re/ Bay City Electric Works'  difficulties with "filing a report on Census Form CB-50F, which is one of the forms used for the 1958 Censuses of Business, Manufacturing, and Mineral Industries;" letters & memo (July 1959) re/ Chula Vista constituent Mrs. John R. Lynch's quiries concerning Census of Agricultural activity in San Diego County.
Folder 16: Federal Government: Commerce, 1965Add to your cart.
"Presidential 'E' Award folder. The contents are as follows: a small packet containing letters & memorandum (Mar.-Ap. 1965) from Congressman Wilson, Marge & Roy L. Morgan  (Office of Field Services, Dept. of Commerce) & enclosed copies of San Diego Chamber of Commerce, "Importers and Exporters," a 4 page list & an article by Clark Jones, "President gives 500 E award" in reprint from May 25, 1964 "International Commerce" re/ Wilson's inquiry as to the "E" award to Ryan Aeronautical Co., Rohr Corp., Solar and Electro Instruments, Inc. "for substantially increasing their exports on a sustained basis;" 2 copies of Form F-101, "Application For President's 'E' Award For Export Expansion;" & a packet of letters & an application form ( Ap. - Aug. 1965) from Rohr Corp., Ryan Aeronautical Co., Electro Instruments, Inc., Congressman Wilson & the U.S. Dept. of Commerce re/ encouraging these businesses to submit applications for the "E" Award.
Folder 17: Federal Government: Defense, 1953-1957Add to your cart.
A collection of news articles, letters, news releases and other items. Examples are: an editorial from the San Diego Union (3/8/53) entitled "Overgrown Organization Handicaps Both Defense and Ecomony Demands;" Rembert James, "Pentaton's Imperfect-- But Ax Is Not the Answer," and other articles by James (The San Diego Union, no dates); a DoD press release for July 9, 1953 re/ "Military Public Works Program Submitted to Congress" with 9 pages of information; a copy of Congressman Wilson's letter (1/30/57) to President Eisenhower and the Assistant to the President' reply (2/1/57) re/ Wilson's recommendation of Secretary of the Navy Charles S. Thomas as "a replacement for Secretary of Defense Charles E. Wilson, whom I understandis scheduled to resign sometime this spring;" an eight-page press release for November 26, 1956 from the Secretary of Defense re/ "Clarification of roles and Missions to Improve the Effectiveness of Operations of the Department of Defense;" & a copy of The Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Yards and Docks, Real Estate Group, "Acquisition Project No. 182," Marine Corps Training Twentynine Palms, 596,528 acres at estimated cost of $600,000.
Folder 18: Federal Government: Defense, 1957Add to your cart.
Two letters: Lakeside constituent Miss Nora Ames (4/16/57) & Wilson's reply (4/24/57) re/ Miss Ames's opposition against "all the Cordiner pay proposals." As of Wilson's response the DoD had not forwarded the proposals to Congress.
Folder 19: Federal Government: Defense, 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of pamphlets, booklets, letters, memorandums, office notes & other items. Examples are: one letter (2/4/56) from Asst. Sec. of Defense Murray Snyder to Congressman Wilson and enclosed copy of a "Manual for Project Officers and Local Committees" "So that you and the members of your staff may be informed as to the general plans for the 1958 observance of Armed Forces Day in May;" a Dept. of Defense News Release (10/6/58) re/ "Fact Sheet Unidentified Flying Object 'Unknowns' Still Below 2 percent in Latest 1270 Cases;" a copy of a HEW news release (10/16/58) re/ 98 grants, totaling $13,168,307, to help institutions in 33 States build and equip additional health research facilities (8 pp);  Post Master General News Release #80 giving information about the department's current construction program (5 pp); copies "of the proposed initial regulations under the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 (34 pp.) & corresp.; a copy of The Comptroller General of the United States, "Report To The Congress of the United States, Review of Selected Activities of the Aviation Segment of the Navy Supply System As of September 1958" (Nov. 1958, 62 pp.); a brochure from the DoD on How To Buy Surplus Personal Property From the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force & Marine Corps (Oct. 1954), letters & notes re/ San Diego City & Chula Vista Schools & PL 815; a letter (12/10/58) from constituent William J. Kelly (S.D. Agent for B. Goldwater & Assoc.), Congessman Wilson's reply (12/18/58) & attached copies of the Treasury Dept.'s "Information Relative To Uncirculated Coin Sets Availabvle for Collection Purposes" re/ Kelly's interest in obtaining rolls of uncirculated coins minted in Philadelphia during 1958.
Folder 20: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, news articles, pamphlets and other items that cover more than just the Defense Dept. Examples are: A booklet from the San Diego Unified School District - 1957-1958 entitled "Statistical Report;" a press release for Nov. 25, 1958 from the National Science Foundation entitled "National Science Foundation Makes 377 Grants In Support of Science" (27 pp.); a large packet of corresp. from Congressman Wilson, constituent C. Boone Sadler, J. Edgar Hoover (Dir., FBI), Herbert B. Warburton (Acting General Counsel, The Justice Dept.) & a copy of a Canadian periodical, "Northern Neighbors" (1/58) re/ concerns about "foreign political propaganda" and Justice Dept. and Post Office actions to curb their dissemination; a packet of letters & a news clipping (Mar.-Ap. 1958) re/ HEW, Congressman Wilson & Chula Vista constituents Jaekle & Rogers (Growers and Shippers) re/ their complaint "that this Food and Drug Administration is getting entirely out of hand;" a letter (1/8/58) from Charles T. G. Rogers (Chief Probation Officer (County of San Diego) & Wilson's reply (1/31/58) re/ request to attend White House Conference for Children and Youth to be held in 1960; a listing of Post Offices in Wilson's 30th Dist. (8/58); a packet of corresp. (Ap.-Aug. 1958) re/ Surplus Federal land, developer interests and Wilson's assurance that "By the skin of our teeth we were able to prevent the transfer of the land held by GSA to the Navy, except for those parcels to be used by Capehart;"  letters, news clipping & other items (July-Nov. 1958) re/ the Small Business Investment Act, its implementation for San Diego County and support for "Plan To Aid Investment Firms by U.S. Hailed. Seen as Most Significant Help to Small Business Voted By Congress This Year;" letters (May-June 1958) from Victor J. Schulman (Pres., V.J. Lloyd House of Fine Furniture), Congressman Wilson & Norman P. Mason (Commissioner, FHA) re/ "Wall-to-Wall carpeting is not to be included as security for home mortages insured by the FHA;" letters (Jan.-Feb. 1958) from constituent Adelaide Prudden, Congressman Wilson, John S. Warner (Legislative Counsel, CIA) & attached copy of "Russianas Inspect Port At Ensenada, Plan To Return," (S.D. Union, 1/25/58) re/ Mrs. Prudden's alarm about the potential for the Russians of gaining a foothold in the Ensenada area; letters (6/58) from T. Claude Ryan, Wilson & Leonard Carmichael (Smithsonian Institution) re/ a preference of the Mall for the National Air Museum site in Washington, D.C.; other packets of corresp. cover such topics as constituent needs re/ insurance, a control burn in forest lands, information on CARE, Inc., proposed amendments to the Civil Air Regulations & an inventor's drawing for "a Survival Ball device, which can leave jet, missile or any other aircraft and drop safely onto the ground or into the sea;" a telegram (10/14/58) to Wilson from Jane re/ PHS announced approval of 98 grants to help build and equip health research facilities such as Rees Stealy Clinic getting $5,000; a copy of The Dept. of Agriculture's  "The Cooperative Extension Service Today;" letters (Mar.-Ap. 1958) from Wallace T. Miller (NTH Products, El Cajon), Congressman Wilson & E.L. Peterson (Asst. Secretary, Dept. of Agriculture) & enclosed copy of Dept. of Agriculture, "Summary of State Nursery-Stock Shipping Requirements and Plant Quarantines and Regulations Affecting Interstate Shipments" for "California" (12/11/56) & "California" (8/30/57) re/ a constituent's complaints about federal and state regulations.
Folder 21: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1959Add to your cart.
Contents include: 2 letters (6/9 & 6/18/59) from Congressmen James C. Davis and Bob Wilson & attached copy of "First Intermediate Report - Contracting Out Government Responsibility For Administrative, Management, and Other Services," (6/4/59) re/ criticisms of "contracting out functions normally performed by the Government itself;" a news clipping from the San Diego Union (5/19/59) entitled "Gates Defense Appointment Hailed By Rep. Bob Wilson;" 2 letters (10/1 & 10/10/59) from Charles C. Finucane (Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ a conference on "self-insure public liability risks of  nonappropriated fund activities;" a copy of "The Defense Industries of California," a report prepared by the State and City California Chamber of Commerce (May 1959, 49 pp.); and a copy of The Adjutant General's Office, "Military Installations in the United States" (Dec. 1952, 22 pp.).
Folder 22: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandum, reports and other items. Examples are: "FYI From Don Hittle" to Wilson re/ Secretary Gates requests prompt notification "of any problem before the JCS upon which a disagreement is developing; 2 letters (Mar.-Ap. 1960) & "comprehensive material on the overall Defense picture;" a letter (3/30/60) from O.M. Gale (Special Asst., Office of the Sec. of Defense) to Wilson & enclosed 6 page copy of his comprehensive statement regarding the strength of the nation's defenses, with particular reference to the current debate on the 'missile gap;'" letters (April 1960) from constituent Miss Josephine L. Correnti, Congressman Wilson, Col. William A. Curtin, Jr. (Deputy Dir., Office of Legislative Liaison, Office of the Sec. of Defense) & Floyd S. Bryant (Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ inquiry from Miss Correnti for information on military activities in the Yuma, Arizona area; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1960) re/ Wilson's planning for a speech "on the subject of the Defense Department procurement trends" & a copy of the Dept's "plans for present and future weapons systems" (4 pp.); phone message re/ "Approximate number of troops in Near East, Far East & Europe, Approximate number of installations. This information is classified; however General Hittel's office supplied approximate figures on installations;" letters (Aug.-Nov. 1960) from constituent William E. Malloy, Jr., Miss Margaret M. Young (Wilson's Secretary), Lt. Col. C.H. Le Claire (Office of Legislative Liaison) & Errett P. Scrivner (Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ inquiry as to "certain allegations attributed to Retired Navy Captain Robert A. Winston, author of a book entitled "The Pentagon Case."
Folder 23: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, press releases, telegrams and other items. Examples are: a letter (1/18/61) from Murray Snyder (Asst. Sec. of Defense) to Congressman Wilson re/ Mr. Snyder's praise for Wilson and others he worked with in Washington;  a National Republican Congressional Committee, "For P.M. Release, Thursday, September 14, 1961," stressing "Rep. Bob Wilson (R. of Calif.) . . . today called on the Pentagon to explain why U. S. troops stationed in Germany were diverted to France to participate in the filming of a commercial movie;" a copy of a Feb. 1954 Dept. of Defense Instruction pamphlet re/ "Function of Pictorial Branch and Cooperation Policies;" a letter (9/25/61) from Arthur Sylvester (Asst. Sec. of Defense) to Wilson responding to his questions on "The Longest Day" motion picture & the use of Army troops; a collection of news clippings covering the use of troops for a movie; more letters and telegrams regarding the "Longest Day" movie being filmed in France with Army troops as criticized by Wilson and the Republican Party; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1961) from Chula Vista constituent Don A. Chase, Congressman Wilson & John E. Carland (Deputy Dir., Special Activities, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Chula Vista's Golden Anniversary Parade and the rule permitting only one military band per each event; a letter (10/3/61) from retired Lt. Col. Floyd Oles (USAR) & Wilson's reply (10/20/61) re/ belated congratulations to Wilson for becoming Chairman of the RCCC and the controversy over showing of the anti-communist film "Operation Abolition;" a small packet of corresp. (Nov.-Dec. 1961) regarding the fuss and feathers over whether or not the Marine Band could play in the La Jolla Christmas Parade; a letter (10/11/61) from constituent Orville J. Davis (D.O.) & Wilson's reply (10/20.61) re/ Davis' criticism of  Secretary McNamara and his policies.
Folder 24: Federal Government:: Defense Dept., 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, office notes, memorandum, reports and other items. Examples are: letters (June-July 1962) from Lakeside constitutent Miss Susan Ferrell, Congressman Wilson, Col. John J. Christy and John E. Garland (Special Activities, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Miss Ferrell's letter "relative to the use of 'United States guerilla troops' in Laos;" letters (Aug.-Sept. 1962) from constituent Stefan X. Bagrowski, Congressman Wilson and John E. Garland (Dir., Special Activities, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Mr. Bagrowski's inquiry concerning "a technical forum for aviation maintenance personnel;" a lettter (6/5/62) from Sec. of Defense Robert S. McNamara and his attached "Memorandum For The President" (6/5/62) re/ "Defense Department Cost Reduction Program" (8 pp.); 3 letters (June-July 1962) from constituent Elbert S. Purcell, Wilson, Lt. Col. Carl O. Sullinger (Chief, Utilization & Marketing Div., Logistic Services, HQ, Defense Supply Agency) & attached copy of Pat Snook, "Fantastic Waste of Army Guns," SAGA, July 1962, pp. 27-29 & 74-75 re/ Mr. Purcell's concern about government waste and the Dept.'s reply as to demilitarization needs of military weapons for national security purposes; a letter (7/10/62) from H.C. McClellan (President, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce) to Wilson & attached copy of "Maximum Defense For Your Dollar" (Prepared and Published By the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, 19 pp.) re/ Western States organizations' concern with the defense economy; letters (Feb.-Ap. 1962) from constituent Earl J. Cantos, Wilson & Stephen S. Jackson (Dep. Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ reasons for not having an Armed Forces Examining and Induction Station in San Diego; "Memorandum For Mr. Wilson From Jane" (3/19/62) re/ Secretary McNamara & Wilson's "question concerning McNamara and the Edsel. He gave me the following information off the record;" letters (Feb.-Mar. 1962) from Imperial Beach constituent H.E. Clayson, Congressman Wilson & V.F. Caputo (Dir. for Transportation and Warehousing Policy, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Mr. Clayson's proposal "as to an improvement in procedure for clearance of civil aircraft into Naval and Air Force bases;" a copy of a letter (2/19/62) from Ryotoku Higa (President of the Okinawa Foundation in Japan) to President John F. Kennedy re/ concern over "putting the administrative control of Okinawa under some agency other than your Defense Department;" letters (Jan. 1962) from San Diego constituent Keith L. Widman & El Cajon constituent Louis H. Berube, Wilson's replies,  a letter (12/26/61) from A.T. Bishop (Acting Dir., Supply Management Policy, Office of the Sec. of Defense) & enclosed copy of William B. Edwards, "Your Guns Are Being Destroyed," GUNS (Dec. 1961, pp. 24-25 & 37-40) re/ military firearms & the Dept.'s need to consider public safety ("availablity of those weapons to juvenilve delinguents and criminal elements") & the possible adverse effects on the domestic market for gun manufacturers.
Folder 25: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports, news clippings and other material. Examples are: letters (Sept.-Oct., 1963) from constituent T.H. Higgins, Congressman Wilson, Allen A. Howell (Asst. Dir. to News Services, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) & Walter Winchel news clipping re/ allegations with respect to the sale in 1958 of United States radar equipment to a British company; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1963) from constituent T.G. Atkinson, Wilson & Edward J. Sheridan (Dep. Asst. Sec. of Defense for Properties and Installations) re/ complaints from the American Society of Civil Engineers registering dissatisfaction with Dept. of Defense Directive 4105.56 on "Uniform Standards for Selection of Architect-Engineer Firms for Professional Services;" a small packet of letters (April-Aug. 1963) re/ a constituent's attempt to "find a list of life insurance companies authorized to do business, subject to the local commanders' final approval, on Defense installations in the Far East;" letters (Aug.-Oct. 1963) from the Lucky Lager Brewing Company and the Law Offices of Hester, Ownen & Crowder re/ the United States Brewers Assn. request to the Defense Dept. to increase sales of American beer to the military overseas and decrease the sale of foreign beer; a packet of corresp. (Oct.-Dec. 1963) re/ disatisfaction with a DOD "Survey of Retired Military Personnel;" letters (6/63) from constituent Ray E. Naud, Congressman Wilson & Lt. Col. Rex R. Sage (Chief of Legislative Liaison, Office of the Sec. of the Army) re/ Mr. Naud's complaints about Yugoslavian military officers being trained at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College; a packet of corresp. & a news clipping (Mar.-April 1963 & Mar. 1962) re/ controversy over Marine Corps Recruit Depot Band participation in local parades; and packets of letters from constituents re/ such topics as "Costly Wastepaper," chemical and biological warfare research and development by the DOD, complaints to Secretary McNamara & B.F. "Sandy" Coggan's serving as a consultant to the DOD; also see Congressman Wilson's March 7, 1963 letter to Secretary McNamara re/ Russia and Cuba, troops and missiles; and letters & enclosurers (May-July 1963) re/ Government competition with Commercial Forwarders and Exports.
Folder 26: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1962-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, publications, reports and other items. Examples are: letter and Fact Sheet (Ap. 1963) re/ Armed Forces Day in the Washington area; letters (Feb.-May 1964) re/ competitive sales of alcoholic beverages with military installations; a large packet containing corresp. and a copy of CHRISTANITY TODAY (Vol. VIII, No. 21, July 17, 1964) re/ complaints about the military use of a "Unified Curriculum" in military Sunday schools; an extensive amount of corresp. and items related to this topic of a compulsory curriculum that military Chaplins are required to use in Church serv ices; other topics in folder #26 include: complaints about Sec. McNamara's actions, constituent interest in a list of Medal of Honor holders now living in California & a list of "Medals of Honor awarded Navy and Marine Corps Personnel for action during World War II, an El Cajon constituent's proposal to save DOD millions of dollars annually, corresp. from Wilson and others criticizing the projected closurer of military bases, a Chula Vista constituent letter (111/20/64) to President Johnson questioning the "loyalty of Mr. McNamara, a DOD "News Release" for Nov. 19, 1964 re/ "Department of Defense Announces Actions To Discontinue, Reduce, or Consolidate Activities," and more information on the closing shipyards and other defense industry facilities to save federal dollars.
Folder 27: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports & other items. Examples are: letters & memorandum (Dec. 1963 & Jan. 1964) re/ Mr. B.A. Rittersporn, Jr. (New York) and his extensive Memorandum to the Senate concerning "the country's troop deployment in Europe;" a packet of corresp. and information (Sept. 1964) re/ material on a "'memorary system' for Congressional surveillance of Defense Department activities;"  letters from La Jolla constituent W.H. Osgood & Congresman Wilson, an attached National Geographic World Map & a news clipping -- "McNamara Backs 800-Ship Navy, Nonatomic Carrier," The San Diego Union, Jan. 19, 1964 re/ Cuban crisis, shortage of planes and nonatomic carrier concept; corresp. (Jan.-Feb. 1964) re/ "the requirements of the Copeland Anti-Kickback Regulations" and a constituent's complaints; a letter (3/25/64) from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense to Wilson re/ "our efforts toward attaining improved utilization of bases, and part of the intensified review of installations directed by the Secretary of Defense . . . [regarding] "Defense facilities situated generally within a 100-mile U.S. territorially radius of San Diego, California;" letters (April 1964) from Robert R. Stubbs (V.P., Production, Armed Forces Financial Security Fund), Congressman Wilson & attached copy of  The Armed Forces Financial Security Fund, "A Blueprint for Organization."
Folder 28: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings and other items. Examples are: a small packet of letters (Jan.-Feb. 1965) from Descanso constituent Mrs. Maria L. Stills, Congressman Wilson and David E. McGiffert (Asst. to the Secretary, Legislative Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense), and news clipping --  "Wilson Hits Administration On Shutdowns," The San Diego Union, Nov. 20, 1964, A5 re/ concerns about "U.S. Military bases and State Department employees assigned as political advisors at U.S. Commands and Installations;" 1news clipping -- "Rep. Wilson Assails Atlas F Phase-Out," The San Diego Union, Dec. 2, 1964; a large packet of corresp. ( Mar.-Aug. 1965) regarding the topic of "an industrial security clearance for the Copley International Corporation;" a constituent telegram (3/29/65) & Wilson's reply (4/16/65) re/ DoD shipment of household goods; a one page copy of "H. R. 9506 . . . A BILL To amend title 10 of the United States Code to prohibit contracting for the construction of vessels for the United States Navy at places outside of the United States," office note to Ed from Vivan and Memorandum to Boss from Ed (7/8/65) re/ concerns about "MacNamara's decision to build fifty new U. S. Naval vessels in England;" a letter (5/65) from constituent Gay Hydrick, Wilson's reply (5/7/65) and attached copy of "Opinion Ballot - Subject: Should Congress repeal Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act - which permits States to have right-to-work laws?" re/ Wilson's critical commentary of Secretary of Defense McNamara.
Folder 29: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of the following: five letters ( Nov.-Dec. 1965) from constituent Robert P. Bailey, Edgar M. Gillenwaters (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), Adam Yarmolinsky (Deputy Asst. Secretary, Asst. Secretary of Defense) & Congressman Wilson re/ DoD responses to an article in PARADE entitled "Our Secret Scandal in Thailand;" Wilson office message & notes from Ed & attached copy of Dept. of Defense "News Release" No. 887-65, Dec. 8, 1965 re/ "Department of Defense Activities Changes (18 pp.) & "Boss -- Marge again asks for your strong statement on McNamara base closings in regard to their damage to National defense posture 12-8-65 1 pm Ed 1 pm;" a letter (1/12/65) from David E. McGiffert (Legislative Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense) & enclosed copy of "Department of Defense Liaison with the Congress" re/ information for Congressmen as to the opening of the 89th Congress; and letters (Dec. 1964-Jan. 1965) from Miss Betsy M. Limback (439th CSG, Misawa Air Force Base, Japan), Congressman Wilson, Stephen N. Shulman (Civilian Personnel, Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense) and enclosed copy of "Fact Sheet Overseas Dependents School and Professional Staffs" re/ an overseas teacher's "discontent with the dismissal by Judge Hart of the suit by NEA-OEA (Civil Action #514-64) which sought implementation of Public Law 86-91;"
Folder 30: Federal Government: Directives & San Diego Constituents, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, news releases, memorandum, notes, postal cards and other items. Examples are: copies of  "For Release Sunday, March 12, 1961" from the Washington Office of Rep. Bob Wilson re/ Wilson "charged the Kennedy Adminstration with trying to lower a 'curtain of silence' over the handling of public affairs and cited a Defense Department 'gag order' as a typical example;" a collection of constituent letters and Wilson's replies regarding complaints about a directive from the DoD "forbidding its personnel from discussing the release of the RB47 fliers" and reference to stories in the San Diego Union in February 1961; a large collection of letters (Mar.-May 1961) from constituents, Wilson's replies and other commentaries from military authorities re/ "San Diegans complaining about an order or directive issued to preclude the showing of the film clip 'Communism on the Map' to military personnel;" a copy of Congressman Wilson's letter (3/16/61) to Captain Francis A Klaveness (Asst. Dir., Naval Intelligence) & letters (3/17 & 3/26/61) from LCDR G.T. Sinclair, Jr. (Office of the Chief of Naval Operations) & Captain Klaveness re/ Wilson's complains about a recent newspaper article in the El Cajon Valley News, issue March 12, 1961, commenting on "Operation Abolition " and that "some quarters in the military are being persuaded to be soft on the anti-communism fight;" letters (Mar.-Ap. 1961) from constituent Charles, J. Krieger (Naval Electronics Laboratory employee), Congressman Wilson, Adm. Arleigh Burke (Chief of Naval Operations) & J. Edgar Hoover (F.B.I.) re/ Mr. Krieger's concerns "about the publication in magazines and in the daily press of information on subject matter we are required to treat as Confidential, i.e. classified;" a copy of the Republican National Committee's "Battle Line," Ap. 21, 1961, featuring "Censorship Mounts In Kennedy Administration;" and a letter (5/10/61) from Elizabeth C. Barnes (Baltimore, Maryland) to Wilson re/ support for General Edwin A. Walker being restored to his command of the 24th Div. in Germany.
Folder 31: Federal Government: Defense Disarmament, 1961Add to your cart.
Two items: (1) critical office note from Marge, a letter (11/61) from constituent Etta Linton & attached Women's Strike For Peace petition that "We, the undersigned, appeal to all governments on behalf of the world's children--to end the arms' race;" (2) a letter (10/25/61) from Del Mar constituent Mrs. Peggy Meyer and a letter (10/31/61) of non support  from San Diego constituent Elizabeth M. Casey, a critical comments from Marge & attached petitions from Women's Strike For Peace to stop the arm's race to protect the world's children.
Folder 32: Federal Government: Dept. of Defense, 1959Add to your cart.
DOD Moving Policies. Two items in this folder: (1) a letter (Dec. 21, 1959) from Russell T. Garret (Chairman, The Movers Committee For Equitable Distribution of Government Traffic, personal cards from two moving companies and attached copy of Department of Defense Directive Number 4500.26  re/ a critical response ot this directive "which abolished the rotation system . . . without prior discussion with us;" (2) a copy of "Summary of Changes In DOD Policies Governing Transportation of Household Goods (Dec. 1959, 3 pages).
Folder 33: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams. government directives & publications. Examples are: a packet of corresp. ( June 1959-May 1960) re/ San Diego Von Der Ahe Van Lines, Inc. and their "current status on the problem of transporting the household goods of military personnel;" a letter (Sept. 8, 1959) from San Diego constituent Richard L. Dicus & letters (Sept. 1959-May 1960) from Congressman Wilson re/ complaints from a van line employee about the abolishment of the rotatation system for moving companies; a letter (May 4, 1960) from Gayton E. Germane (Dir. for Transportation Policy, Office of the Asst. Secretary of Defense) to Wilson and attached copies of "Selection of Carrier," "Commuted Allowance vs. Government Bill of Lading," "Distribution of Household Goods Traffic" and "Advantages of Draft Directive As Compared To Directive 4500.26;" a copy of Congressional Record, "Speech of Hon. Styles Bridges" (3/21/60) re/ "The 'Dole' System in the Shipment of Household Goods of Military Personnel;" letters and telegrams ( May 1959-May 1960) re/ Atlas Transfer and Storage Co. (San Diego) "advising [them of their] current status on the problem of transporting the household goods of military personnel;" a similar set of corresp. regarding this topic and the Sullivan Storage and Transfer Co. of San Diego; four more packets of corresp. regarding this topic for San Diego companies such as AAA Van and Storage, University Van and Storage, Hayden Transfer and Storage and National City Transfer and Storage; a letter (Jan. 27, 1960) from Gayton E. Germane (Dir. of Transporation Policy, Office of the Asst. Secretary of Defense) to Wilson re/ the subject of DOD Directive 4500.26 and the decision to suspend the directive until July 1, 1960; copies of Office of the Asst. Secretary of Defense, Supply and Logistics, "Announcement To All Members of Congress" (Jan. 12 to Jul 5, 1960) re/ Subject: DOD Directive 4500.26.
Folder 34: Federal Government: Defense Dept. Moving Policies, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, Defense Dept. Directives & others items. Most of this information is in stapled packets containing corresp. between constituents, Congressman Wilson and the Defense Dept. Examples are: letters ( Jan.-May 1960) from constituent E.M. Brown, Jr. (Movers Appliance Service), his responses to a questionaire from Congressman Wilson & Wilson's replies to Mr. Brown re/ current Moving Legislative Directives, Brown's sub-contracting with Van Lines and his interest in joining the Young Republicans in San Diego; letter, news release  &  DOD Directive (July 1960) re/ Dept. of Defense information "dealing with transportation of household goods of military and civilian personnel;" a packet containing telegrams & letters (1959-1960) from constituent W.O. Kobusch (Hayden Transfer & Storage, Inc.), Congressman Wilson, Wyman C. Knapp (Attorney at Law) & LCDR O.L. Woodbury, Jr. (Contracting Officer, U.S. Navy Purchasing Office. Los Angeles) re/ Mr. Kobushch's opposition to the new Dept. of Defense directive 4500.13 "because it does not give military personnel the same opportunity to choose the mover of their household goods as is provided all other employees of the Federal Government" & his "endeavor to effect an adjustment in the contract" the Hayden-Mayflower Co. had with the U.S. Navy; a letter (9/17/59) from constituent S. J. Costello (small business owner) & Wilson's replies (Oct. 1959-May 1960) re/ Mr. Costello's complaints concerning four large moving companies that "are strongly trying to destroy and disrupt the Military Rotation System" and monopolize military moving contracts; a letter (8/31/59) from constituent Charles N. Hicks (Pacific Beach Transfer) & Wilson's replies (Sept. 1959-May 1960) re/ a problem of small business owner Hicks with DOD policies that benefit large carriers; a letter (8/26/59) from constituent Norman H. Blair (Owner, Mac's Transfer & Storage) & Wilson's replies (Sept. 1959-May 1960) re/ Mr. Blair's concerns that the present system of allocating Government van line movements is being changed to the detriment of small movers; packets of letters and telegrams (Sept. 1959-May 1960) from San Diego Van and Storage Co., Center Van and Storage, Solidarity Van and Storage & Mission Van and Storage Co., Wilson's replies and DOD communications re/ small business concerns that "a few major combines have banded together to influence Members of Congress and Secretary McElroy to eliminate rotation;" packets of letters & telegrams (May 1959 - May 1960) from Dean Van Lines, Inc. & Ace Van and Storage Co., Congressman Wilson & the Dept. of Defense supporting the elimination of the rotation system & replacing it with what they termed a a more "equitable" system.
Box 26: Federal GovernmentAdd to your cart.
Department of Defense moving policies 1961-62; Department of Defense-McNamara; Department of Health, Education and Welfare 1953-1965; Department of the Interior 1954-1965; Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), 1964; Department of Justice 1957-1964; Department of Labor 1953-1965; Labor Bureau of Employment Compensation 1958-65; San Diego Financial Statement
Folder 1: Federal Government: Defense Dept. Moving Policy, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, office notes, bulletins, reports and other items. Examples are: several packets of corresp. from constituents, Wilson's replies and other items that are concerned with a six mile restrictive zone that was set up for household carriers by the U.S. Marine Corps Depot; a Defense Dept. list of prime military contracts in California up to Dec. 1961; a small packet of material from the S.D. Chamber of Commerce for Congressman Wilson regarding "the defense picture in San Diego and . . . related manufacturing employment covering each year from 1950 to date;" a copy of "California Labor Statistics Bulletin Metropolitan Areas" (Dec. 1961); a copy of "The Union-Tribune Index" (Vol. XIII, No. 1, Jan. 1961);  office notes and news clippings (1962) re/ "Astro Plans Gradual Cut In Workers," & "Collins Charges Wilson Fiddles While Constituents Burn;" a copy of a "Statement By Senator Clair Engle" re/ critique of "Richard Nixon attempted to stir up a political issue by suggesting that President Kennedy wants to award Federal defense contracts to areas of high unemployment;" copies of "President's Fiscal Year 1963 Budget (Tentative) Missile Procurement;" copies of "Press Release" by the Joint Senate-House Republican Leadership (3/1/62) from Senator Dirksen and Rep. Halleck; "Intra-Division Memorandum (2/23/62) from General Dynamics Corp., Washington Office re/ "NOVA"  ("Apollo C mission of manned lunar landing. . . ."); copies of "Industrial Reporter" (Vol. 9, No. 2, Feb. 1961) & "Silvergate Union News" (Vol. 8, No. 1, Jan. 5, 1962;" a copy of U.S. Bureau of the Budget, "Geographic Distribution of Federal Expenditures and Revenue Collections: Selected Bibliography" (6 pp.); editorial from El Cajon's "The Valley News" (Jan. 19, 1962) re/ "Did He Forget Us?" A critical analysis of the current federal budget bypassing the newly created 36th Congressional District of Bob Wilson; a copy of The Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service, "Federal Taxation and Expenditures In the Several States" (July 29, 1959, reun May 12, 1960, 45 pp.)
Folder 2: Federal Government: Defense, McNamara, 1959Add to your cart.
Only two items in this folder. (1) a Library of Congress Legislative Reference Services note to Wilson (3/22/62) re/ attached information he had requested and (2) items from "Business Week," Sept. 23, 1959, re/ "Ford Hands the Wheel To Youth" -- several pages of photos and  commentary.
Folder 3: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & news clippings. Examples are: a copy of a nine page unsigned letter to "Mr. Chairman" from a person who identifies himself as "an aviation historian" regarding his support for the "B70 or RS 70 program;" a letter (4/9/62) from constituent Mrs. Elizabeth M. Casey, Wilson's reply (4/18/62) and attached copy of "This Is The Way Eskimos Deal With Wolf Packs" and "Statement By Senator Byrd of Virginia, In Re Health Institute Grants for Monkey Study" re/ Mrs. Casey's support for the B70 and criticism of foreign aid and other socially concerned federal programs; a letter from Romaine L. Poindexter (San Marino CA) and attached news clippings re/ support for the B70; several more letters as to similar constituent support for the B70 bomber and critiques of other federal programs and Wilson's replies indicate he "wholeheartedly" supported the development of the RS 70 program; a postal card (3/63) & a letter (3/30/63) from R. Smith (Royal Oak, Mich.), Congressman  Wilson's reply (3/26/63) & an attached copy of "Too Much Government R & D?," Viewpoint, "Chemical Week" (3/30/63) re/ an exchange of views regarding Wilson's vote to expand defense funds at the same time he supported curbing what he called excessive Government spending; a letter (8/14/63) from Major General Barry Goldwater (AFRes) to Congressman Wilson re/ the 9999th Air Reserve Squadron meetings in Washington and commentary on RS-70 program.
Folder 4: Federal Government: Defense Dept. TFX, 1963Add to your cart.
A small colllection of corresp. as follows: a letter (3/13/63) from David E. McGiffert (Asst. to the Secretary of Defense) to Congressman Wilson and enclosed copy of Secretary of McNamara's "Statement . . . to the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation of the Committee on Government Operations U. S. Senate" (3/13/63) (32 pp.) re/ the Secretary's views "on the development of the TFX concept and on the selection of General Dynamics Corporporation as prime contractor;"  letters (Mar.-Ap. 1963) from constituent Douglas T. Moore, Congressman Wilson and Philip W. Kelleher (Counsel, Committee On Armed Services) re/ concerns over "Air Force Secretary Zucherts's TFX contract error which will cost the taxpayer close ot half-a-million dollars;" a letter (5/21/63) from retired General Joseph T. McNarney (La Jolla, CA) and Wilson's reply (5/24/63) re/ too much partisanship in the controversy over the TFX program; & a copy of a letter (5/24/63) from Miss Jerry Marks (Los Angeles, CA) to Congressman Carl Vinson re/ Miss Marks' politically conservative criticism of Secretary McNamara and other Kennedy Administration policies.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Depts. HEW, 1953-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & some office notes. Examples are: small packet of letters (Mar.-Ap. 1956) from Alpine constituent G.O. Enquist, Congessman Wilson and Geo. P. Larrick (Commissioner of Food and Drugs, HEW) re/ Mr. Enquist's criticism of Food and Drug approval of Systox, a trialkyl thiophosphate pesticide; a copy of "Welcome to the 87th Congress: The Department of Health, Education and Welfare cordially invities members of your staff . . . on January 5, 1959" re/ information and question time; office note (n.d.) from Sandy to Leon re/ attached copy of a letter (10/4/60) from B.F. (Sandy) Coggan, President Board of Education (San Diego Unified School District) re/ small group of community leaders to meet with HEW Secretqry Dr. Arthur S. Flemming  on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the Kona Kai Club; letters (July-Aug.1960) from constituents Mrs. G.C. Hempell & Mrs. Carlton Wheeler Smith & Wilson's replies re/ "providing proper housing and excercise for the F.D.A. beagles, now . . . . housed in small cages in the sub-basement of the Agricultural Building;" a small packet of corresp. (1959-1960) from El Cajon constituent William Berry, Congressman Wilson, Asst. Sec. Robert Forsythe (HEW), & Memorandum from Leon re/ possible appointment of William Berry to the Advisory Committee, his being placed on a reserve list & comments on Wilson's reelection campaign; letters ( Ap.-May 1960) from constituent Charles B. Oldsen, Congressman Wilson and Public Health Services (HEW) re/ Mr. Oldsen's complaints about excessive mail from PHS and criticism of PL 660 (Federal Sewage Construction Grants); letters (Ap.-May 1960) from constituent Mrs. Ethel M. Alexander, Congressman Wilson & John L. Harvey (Deputy Commissioner, Food and Drug Admin.) re/ Mrs. Alexander "requesting an investigation of the Hoxsey Cancer Clinic, Dallas, Texas;" a letter (3/21/60) from Wat W. Brown (VP, Pacific Finance Corp., Los Angeles), Wilson's reply (4/2/63) and attached copy of a letter (1/19/60) from Robert L. Oare (Chairman of the Bd., Associates Investement Co., South Bend, Indiana) re/ private sector ideas on credit unions contrasted to the enclosed copy of "Better Living Through Federal Credit Unions" by Bertha S. Adkins (Under Secretary of HEW); and letters (Feb.-Mar. 1960) from constituent Mrs. Agnes G. Pallemon, Congressman Wilson & Dr. J. K. Shafer (Chief, Division of General Health, HEW) re/ Mrs. Pallemon's request for Wilson's assistance in obtaining a stipend for graduate training in public health nursing.
Folder 6: Federal Government: Depts. HEW, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, news releases, memorandum, memos, and bulletins. Examples are: press release for Dec. 22, 1961 from Office of Education (HEW) re/ "A new policy calling for at least one year of graduate study for all student counselors trained under the National Defense Education Act" -- San Diego State  College was listed as having 33 enrollees for the 1962 summer session;  a packet of corresp. ( Mar.-Sept. 1961) re/ CA Pharmaceutical Assoc. complaints about  FDA  using pharmacies as scapegoats in abuses of drug samples; letters (Mar.-May 1961) from constituent Norman W. Tolle, Wilson and Surgeon General Luther L. Terry re/ complaints about the PHS taking "responsibility for informing the public about all available health services" such as selling the public on the need for fluoridating water supplies; letters ( Mar.-Ap. 1961) from constituent Earl Hunsberger, Congressman Wilson & John L. Harvey (Deputy Commissioner, FDA) concerning the sale of amphetamine drugs to the public and the need to amend the existing law to label this drug with "Caution;" copy of a "Notification to Members of Congress" (12/4/62) re/ San Diego City College has been approved for a $14,449 federal contribution to train licensed vocational nurses under the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962; a letter (n.d. but received 11/16/62) from constituent Stanley Burroughs re/ Wilson's failure to perform oversight functions that Mr. Burroughs requested; other packets of corresp. in this folder deal with dietary food regulations; a National Conference on Air Pollution planned for Dec. 1962; pollution of water by detergents; complaints against HEW's administration of Welfare Benefits; appreciation of Wilson's assistance in helping a disabled constituent receive local help; information on the  Goodwill Industries; information on physical fitness programs & an HEW approved project for the San Diego Metropolitan Sewage System -- El Cajon's Share -- $250,000.
Folder 7: Federal Government: Depts. -- HEW, 1965Add to your cart.
(1) letters (Jan. & Mar. 1965) from El Cajon constituent George R. Berry, Congressman Wilson and Dean W. Coston (Deputy Asst. Secretary for Legislative Services, HEW) regarding response to the inquiry --"a group of Doctors in the San Diego area, who have asked me to obtain all pertinent material and facts relative to the HILL-BURTON ACT, and the KERR-MILLS ACT;" and (2) letters & a news clipping (Mar.-Sept. 1965) from a San Diego constituent Merlin M. Paine, Congressman Wilson & Joseph H. Meyers (Acting Commissioner, Welfare Admin., HEW) re/ Mr. Meyers' concerns about the need for improving training for social workers and government welfare programs in San Diego, California and the nation. Also his interest in cooperation between Republicans and Democrats on this subject.
Folder 8: Federal Government: Depts. -- HEW, Food & Drink, 1956-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandum, office notes, telegrams, magazine articles, news clippings and government bulletins & notices. Examples are: a notice (1/23/56) to Congressman Wilson from the Surgeon' General re/ an addition of 30 nursing home beds to the Coronado Hospital Rest and Convalescent Home -- estimated cost $195,675 & est. Federal share: $33,897; one page note (no date) re/ "Miss Tilette of HEW advises of the following: Approved on 1 March 1957"  a list for Escondido, Oceanside, South Bay, South End San Diego and Primary Health Center, San Diego of total funds and Federal share and signed by D. J. Askew, Dir. of Public Health; notices (Jan. & Mar. 1957) to Wilson from the Surgeon's General re/ funds (total and federal share) for El Cajon Health Center, Southeast San Diego Health Center, Primary Health Center and South Bay Health Center; a copy of HEW, Public Health Service, "Background Information on Grants for Construction of sewage Treatment Works" (12/4/56, 5 pages); a copy of "FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT" (Public Law 660 -- 84th Congress) with Amendments; a packet of corresp. (Jan. 1957) from various San Diego constituents, Congressman Wilson, & M.R. Stephens (Dir., Bureau of Enforcement, Food & Drug Admin, HEW) re/ controversy over shipment of celery from Baird Company (San Ysidero, CA) to Virginia and West Virginia & Wilson's & Ed Terrar's  assistance  in resolving this problem; a packet of corresp. (June-July 1959), excerpts from the Police Gazette (June 1959) & a copy of Agricultural Research Service, "Pests Or Pesticides" (June 1959) re/ Alpine, CA constituent Mrs. Esther Eisele's concerns about the condition of our food supply when it reaches the consumer; letters (Ap.-May 1960) from the Otay Farmers Assn., Congressman Wilson & the Food & Drug Admin. re/ interest in the use of parachlorophenoxyacetic acid on tomatoes for fruit set;" letters (May & June 1960 from Ramona constituent William H. Dalke & Wilson's reply re/ Mr. Dalke's concern about crowded conditions for dogs quartered in the South Agricultural Building in Washington; packet of corrresp. (April-May 1960) re/ further constituent concerns about research dogs used by the Food and Drug Admin.; corresp. (Aug. - Sept. 1960) re/ constituent inquiry concening the National Epilepsy League; a letter (1/22/60) from Robert A. Forsythe (Asst. Sec. for Legislation, HEW) & Wilson's reply (1/26/60) re/ appointments and staff changes in key personnel; other topics covered in corresp. in this folder include -- additives & preservatives; pesticides and other chemicals; and a large packet of corresp. & articles (1960) re/ "Farm Fallout" and critical commentary from constituents concerning lack of proper regulation by agencies.
Folder 9: Federal Government: Depts. -- HEW, Public Health, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
(1) letters (Jan.--Feb. 1959) from Dr. J.B. Askew (Dir. of Public Health, San Diego County), Congressman Wilson & Robert A. Forsythe (Congressional Liaison Officer, HEW) re/ Title I Traineeship program, its importance and Dr. Askew's request that the program be continued; (2) a copy of Public Health Service, "Public Health Traineeship Program" & a "List of Colleges and Universities Which Prepare Registered Nurses for Beginning Positions in Public Health Nursing Academic Year 1959-1960;" & (3) letters (Feb. - Mar. 1960) from San Diego constituent Max Vicker, Congressman Wilson & Surgeon General L.E. Burney  re/ Mr. Vicker's "grave concern over the fact that the smallpox vaccine used by the San Diego County health authorities in their school vaccination program is manufactured by Cutter Laboratories of Berkeley, California," since Cutter was involved in a 1955 "fiasco" as to polio vaccine.
Folder 10: Federal Government: Depts. -- Interior, 1954Add to your cart.
Only two items in this folder. (1) a notice (n.d.) signed by David S. Jenkins (Dir., Office of Saline Water, Dept. of the Interior) re/ "copy of the Annual Report of the Secretary . . . for 1955, concerning the progress of research and development in saline water conversion" (this report is not in this folder) and (2) a one page copy of "Sec. 21. Disposition of Final Audit" "Reissued by National Park Service: December 23, 1954."
Folder 11: Federal Gov.: Depts. - Interior, 1957-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, office notes, government publications, reports telegrams and other items. Examples are: letters (Oct. 1957) from David S. Jenkins (Dir., Office of Saline Water, Interior) and Congressman Wilson & attached copies of "Publications Available" for "Demineralization of Saline Waters" & a copy of pages 71-76 of "Research Investigation of Multiple-Effect Evaporation of Saline Waters by Steam from Solar Radiation;" letters (Feb.-July 1957) from Ward & Ward (Attorneys at Law), Congressman Wilson & Earl J. Thomas (Acting Dir., Bureau of Land Management, Interior) re/ mineral entry of Theodore M. Jacobs and D.F. Lane for Golden Gem No. 3 Lode Mine in the Julian Mining District; a large packet of corresp. (1956 & 1957) re/ homestead entry by San Diego constituent Mrs. Vivian G. Mohlay for 160 acres for the minor children of her deceased husband (a World War I veteran) and her interest in growing carob trees as commercial crops on this homestead;  letters (May 1957) from San Diego constituent Mrs. Majorie H. Hall, Congressman Wilson and Edward Wozlay (Dir. Bureau of Land Management, Interior) re/ information concerning Government land for homesteading; other letters in this folder also show interest in homesteading; letters (Ap. 8 &10, 1958) from A.C. Stratton (Chief of Concessions Management, National Park Service) & Leon W. Parma (Admin. Asst. to Wilson) and enclosed copy of National Park Service, "Standard Language To Be Used, Where Applicable, In Concession Contracts" (21 pages); telegrams (6/16 & 6/19/58) from Congressman Wilson to F. Machado Medina confirming a Dept. of Interior "approved $85,000 loan to you under Fisheries Loan Program" & to Mrs. Josie Sciuto confirming a Dept. of Interior "approved seventy five thousand dollars loan under Fisheries Loan Program;" other topics of concern from constituents in this folder are: legislation to help conditions in Samoa; concern for Humane Trapping of Animals; a Pine Valley constituent on S. 4036 (mining bill) & politics; Navy & Air Force Air Station on Kwajalein, relocation of native occupants to the small island of Ebeye, coconuts, food supplies and other issues; Bureau of Land Management restrictions on resident below Hoover Dam and  big horn sheep; and migratory practices of Canadian geese & Fish and Wildlife Services.
Folder 12: Federal Government: Depts. -- Interior, 1961-65Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandum, news clippings, government reports, bulletins & news letters. Examples are: a packet of corresp. (Sept. - Nov. 1961) from Dr. Carl L. Hubbs (Scripps Institution of Oceanography), Congressman Wilson & Daniel H. Janzen (Acting Commissioner, Fish and Wildlife Service, Dept. of the Interior) re/ "propoposed eradication of fish life from a major portion of the Green River system in Wyoming and Utah" & "Resolution On Stream Poisoning" from the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists; letters (Feb.-May 1961) re/ BLM reorganization and career employee Thomas D. Rice's appointment as state Director of the BLM in California; a letter (1/18/61) from Ted Stevens (Dept. of the Interior) to Congessman Wilson  thanking Wilson for his assistance and indicating that he was leaving office to return to law practice in Anchorage, Alaska; letters (Dec. 1960-Jan. 1961) re/ future status of American Samoa; letters (Dec. 1960-Jan. 1961) from constituent Arthur M. Bowers (Blackys Rock Shop, Julian), Wilson & Acting Dir. Charles P. Mead (BLM) re/ copy of a recreation lease (issued 1948 to the County of San Diego) "covering Agua Caliente and Burro Springs;" letters (Aug.-Sept. 1962) from San Diego constituent Reverend Suitonu, Wilson & Walter Pozen (Asst. to the Secretary, Dept. of Interior) re/ a request to be appointed assistant Governor of American Samoa; a copy of a  Dept. of Interior "news release" for June 12, 1962 re/ announcement of  three new land and wildlife management areas being established in California: Clear Lake, Otay Mountain & Jacumba with maps attached; letters and news clippings (1962) re/ memorial plaque honoring Senator Hiram Johnson and Congressman Phil Swing for their part in fostering Hoover Dam; letter (3/62) from Donald L. McKernan to Wilson and attached 4 page copy of "Report On the Fishing Vessel Construction Differential Subsidy Program;" packets of corresp. for 1962, 1963 & 1964 regarding the topics of grazing fees on public domain lands & saline water; a copy of Dept. of Interior, "Program for Advancing Desalting Technoloty, Report to the President," Sept. 22, 1964 (33 pages); letters & news release (Aug.-Sept, 1964) re/ "Flood inundation mapping, San Diego County;" other topics covered in materials in this folder are: comments on Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; Bureau of Reclamation news release on "Possible Operating Procedure for Lake Powell Filling;" "starling control;" constituent interest in legislation for financial assistance to property owners with a view; a copy of Dept. of Interior, "Reclamation Lakes Region 2"; & Dept. of the Interior's architectual activities.
Folder 13: Federal Government: ICC, 1964Add to your cart.
One letter (Feb. 12, 1964) from John T. McBrayer (President, American Movers Conference, Washington, D.C.) to Congressman Wilson regarding their concern with shipper complaints against household goods carriers.
Folder 14: Federal Government: Depts. -- Justice, 1960-1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings & office notes. Examples are: letters (May-June 1960) from constituent Commander Anderson Offutt, Congressman Wilson & Asst. U.S. Attorney General J. Walter Yeagley re/ a suggestion of retrial of Rudolf Abel concurrently with a Soviet trial of Francis Powers; a letter (5/22/61) from Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy to Wilson and enclosed copy of Kennedy's telegram to Governor Patterson of Alabama (Saturday, May 20, 1961) re/ necessity of sending "United States deputy marshals to Montgomery to maintain peace and order and protect interstate travel and commerce;" a small packet of corresp. (Mar.-Apr. 1961) from constituent R.A. Williams, Sr. (El Cajon Oil Co.), Congressman Wilson, Attorney General Robert Kennedy & Asst. Attorney General Lee Loevinger (Antitrust Div.) re/ complaints about the lowering of gasoline prices in the San Diego area brought about by Shell Oil Co. and other large companies; corresp. (Jan.-Feb. 1961) from constituent G.L. Keller, Congressman Wilson & W. Wallace Kirkpatrick (Acting Asst. Attorney General, Antitrust Div.) re/ Mr. Keller's complaints about unworkable anti-trust laws and other conservative points of view supporting the petroleum industry; a news clipping from the S.D. Union (8/13/61) re/ "Robert Kennedy Influence Seen Irking Key Officials;" letters (Sept. - Oct. 1961) from constituent Miss Valentine Walter, Wilson & J. Walter Yeagley (Asst. Attorney General) re/ the erroneous rumor that the Justice Dept. had ceased having the F.B.I. investigate communism; letters (Oct.-Nov. 1961) from La Jolla constituent Mrs. Fred Norris, Congressman Wilson and F.B.I. Director J. Edgar Hoover re/ the unfounded rumor that the department's printing budget had been "severly cut;" two small packets of letters for 1961 & 1962 regarding concerns about relaxation of progaganda material ban, President Kennedy & investments in the General Aniline and Film Corporation; constituent letter (9/21/63) from four politically conservative San Diegans and Wilson's reply (10/18/63) re/ their opposition to replacing J. Edgar Hoover, the Test Ban Treaty and the Civil Rights Bill; small packet of letters (Oct.-Dec. 1964) from constituent Louis S. Katz (Attorney at Law), Catherine Parham, Congressman Wilson & RAdm. Robert H. Hare (Acting Judge Advocate General) re/ interest in amending Public Law 87-693 as to "Recovery From Tortiously Liable Third Persons of the Cost of Hospital and Medical Care and Treatment Furnished by the United States;" several letters & telegrams from constituents (1964) re/ concerns that President Johnson may replace J. Edgar Hoover as Director of the F.B.I.; and a large packet of letters, notes & news clippings (1964) re/ the Duda Family (1962 emigrees from Poland) and concerns with excessive F.B.I. and Justice Dept. investigations of the Dudas.
Folder 15: Federal Government: Depts. Justice, Attorney General, 1956-1957Add to your cart.
A small collection of the following: (1) letters (Jan.-Feb. 1957) from El Cajon constituent Philip S. Thacher, Jr., E.F. Terrar, Jr. (Admin. Asst. to Wilson) & Congressman Wilson re/ small business egg and broiler producers are being ruined by feed companies and the meat packering industry; and (2) a packet of corresp. (Nov. 1956 - Feb. 1957) from U.S. District Judge J. Frank McLaughlin (Hawaii), Mason A. Bowen (Jury Commissioner, Superior Court, San Diego) & Congressman Wilson re/ political struggles and Judge McLaughlin's reappointment as District Judge.
Folder 16: Federal Government: Depts. -- Justice, FBI, 1957 & 1960Add to your cart.
Two small packets of corresp. as follows: (1) Three letters (May & June 1957) from San Diego constituent A.N. Parker and Wilson's reply (6/4/57) re/ Mr. Parker's long, conservative political commentaries to "Mr. & Mrs.American," J. Edgar Hoover & Congressman Wilson; and (2) letters (May-June 1960) from La Mesa constituent I. Polhamus, Congressman Wilson & J. Edgar Hoover and enclosed photocopy of an Editorial -- "Why This FBI Terror Campaign?" (El Cajon Valley News, May 8, 1960) re/ Mr. Polhamus' criticism of the editorial and interest in keeping it from being circulated.
Folder 17: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, 1953-196oAdd to your cart.
A collection of letters, telephone notes and other items. Examples are: a packet of letters (Nov. 1953- June 1954) from San Diego constituent Mrs. Jean Dearborn, Congressman Wilson, Robert J. Clay (Dir., San Diego Manpower Area), William A. Burkett (Dir., CA  Dept. of Employment) & James P. Mitchell (U.S. Secretary of Labor) re/ "developing employment opportunities for people over 40 years of age" and concern for people "considered 'too young to get a pension or Die and too old to work;'" letters (Aug. -Sept. 1955) from San Diego Mayor Charles C. Dail, Wilson & Acting Secretary of Labor Arthur Larson re/ "consideration of San Diego as one of the cities in the Department's continuing cost of liveing survey;" letters (Sept.-Nov. 1956) from National City constituent Meredith L. Campbell (Attorney at Law), Congressman Wilson & C.T. Lunquest (Deputy Administrator, Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Div., U.S. Dept. of Labor) re/ "an investigation of the California Auto Wreckers, Chula Vista, California;" a letter (4/4/57) from Congressman Wilson, his attached copy of a news clipping from the San Diego Union for Mar. 27, 1957 entitled "Quimby Named to Post" & a reply from the Under Secretary of Labor James T. O'Connell re/ Wilson's critique of Quimby as "a constituent of mine and is a rabid Democrat who has never supported any aspect of this Adminstration;" 2 letters (Jan. 1957) from constituent Lewis J. Eberhard & Wilson & attached copy of phone conversation re/ Mr. Eberhard's interest in applying for a position as Chief Inspector on the new Federal Highway Program; several packets of corresp. for 1957 focusing on such topics as: J. Louis Carrillo & "a new procedure for extension of contracts for Mexican Nationals;" labor relations for Mrs. Conklings Bakery, a recent Supreme Court decison and legislative attempts to reign in the National Labor Relations Board; concerns from local businesses that San Diego "was not included as an area for Consumer Price Index Studies;" letters from El Cajon constituent R.J. McMahan & Wilson re/ labor relations; letters from Horton W. Simons (C.W.A. Local 9509) & Wilson's reply re/ "vote 'No' on any 'Right To Work' proposal;" and letters for 1958-1960 which address Bureau of Labor Statistics; praise for Wilson's staff & speakers for the Manpower Resources Survey and the Presidents' Council Women's Service Clubs in San Diego.
Folder 18: Federal Government: Depts.-- Labor, 1961-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, governement reports, brochures, bulletins, photographs, office notes & official statements. Examples are: a telegram (1/29/61) from El Centro resident Danny Danenberg, Wilson's reply (2/20/61) & enclosed letter (2/8/61) from Jerry R. Holleman (Assist. Secretary of Labor) re/ potential strike for California lettuce growers; letters (Feb.-Mar. 1961) from constituent Mrs. Robert Avenette, Congressman Wilson & Robert C. Goodwin (Dir., Dept. of Labor) re/ pro conservative commentaries about unemployment, military affairs and other issues; a packet of letters (Feb.-Mar. 1961) from the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, Congressman Wilson, the U.S. Dept. of Labor and attached copy of Dept. of Labor "Title 41 - Public Contracts . . . Final Decison in the Determination of Prevailing Minimum Wages for the Electron Tubes and Related Products Industry" re/ extensive commentary on this topic; a copy of U.S. Dept. of Labor, "Hired Farm Workers In the United States" (June, 1961, 46 pp,); letters (Feb.-Mar. 1962) from Major William C. Conrad (The National Society of the Volunteers of America), Congressman Wilson & Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg re/ the "applicability of the Fair Labor Standards Act" to the Volunteers of America; a packet of corresp.(Nov. 1961-Jan. 1962), photos and a copy of SIGNAL (Vol. XIV, No. 5, Jan. 1960) re/ the Chenmalloy Electronics Corp. (Santee, CA) and their concern about "a shortage of expert Thermometer-Makers and Glassblowers due to illness, old age and insufficient number;" a copy of "California Labor Statistics Bulletin Metropolitan Areas" (July 1963, 26 pp.); telegrams & office notes (Aug. 1963) re/ current "painting contractor's union strike;" a packet of corresp. (Oct.-Nov. 1963) re/ the Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act" and Wilson's interest in constituent input to help the Republican Party in 1964; a letter (3/20/63) from "The Committee To Promote American-Made Motion Pictures" & Congressman Wilson's reply (3/26/63) and attached copy of a "Petition and Report to the Secretary of Labor The Honorable W. Willard Wirtz" re/ "The Vanishing American Motion Picture Industry" (9 pp.); copies of Statements of "Andrew J. Biemiller, Dir. Dept of Legislation, American Federation of Labor and Congress of  Industrial Relations Before the Select Subcommittee on Labor of the House Education and Labor Committee on Double Time Pay For Overtime Work" and "On Extension of Coverage Under FLSA" (Mar. 3 & Mar. 5, 1964)  and a copy of Dept. of Labor, "The Challenge of Jobless Youth." 1963, 20 pages.
Folder 19: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
There are seven stapled packets of corresp. in this folder. Examples are: a large collection of letters and memos (May 1964-June 1965) from Wilson, constituent Jack L. Washington (General Mgr., Washington Inventory Service), Samuel V. Merrick (Office of the Secretary, Dept. of Labor), Robert C. Kaplan, PhD. ( Washington Inventory Service), Elliot French (Chief, Div. of Program Development, Dept. of Labor), Miss Margaret Young (Wilson's Secretary) & memos from Mimi and Kathy re/ Washington Inventory Service's proposals for an "On-The-Job Training proposal for a training grant under the Manpower Redevelopment and Training Act;" letters (Ap. to June 1965) from constituents W.D. Kenney, Wilson, Samuel V. Merrick (Office of the Secretary, Dept. of Labor) re/ MDTA travel funds for Mrs. Kenney's participation in the Vocational Nurses training program; a small collection of letters (July - Sept. 1965) re/ the Neighborhood Youth Corps project in San Diego; a letter (9/22/65) from constituent James M. Leland, enclosed copy of a petition (9/9/65), Wilson's replies (9/29 & 10/11/65) and a copy of a letter from Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz re/ recent layoffs from Astronautics and severance pay problems; letters (Sept.- Oct. 1965) from constituent Basil E. Oney, Congressman Wilson, Andrew E. Ruddock (Dir., Bureau of Retirement and Insurance, U.S. Civil Service Commission) & Robert C. Goodwin (Administrator, Bureau of Employment Security, Dept. of Labor) re/ "the question of a retiring employee's entitlement to unemployment compensation benefits" and eligibilty to work based on California law; and copies for Nov. 26 & Dec. 8, 1965  of the Dept. of Labor's  "Memorandum To Editors" re/ fresh fruit and vegetable wholesale prices compared to 1964.
Folder 20: Federal Government: Depts. - Labor, Bu. of Employees Comp., 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of nine stapled packets of corresp. Examples are: letters (Nov.-Dec. 1958) from constituent Mrs. Muriel May White, Congressman Wilson & Willam McCauley (Dir., Bureau of Employment Compensation, Dept. of Labor) re/ Wilson's help to Mrs. White's occupational injury claim; letters (Mar. 1959) from Imperial Beach constituent Mr. C.J. Woostenhulme, Congressman Wilson, William McCauley (Dept. of Labor) re/ back and left ankle injuries while working for the Dept. of Agriculture; letters ((Mar.-Ap. 1959) from constituent Ora Graves, Wilson & the Bureau of Employees' Compensation re/ injury while employed at the Naval Air Station, North Island; telegrams, memo and letter (Ap. 1959) re/ "John A. McCary case" and successful compensation; similar constituent cases noted in the remaining packets are: Harold A. Annis (La Mesa); Frank C. Johnson (San Diego); Melvin T. Warwick (San Diego); Herman R. Davis (San Diego); Harold L. Schmuck (San Diego); and Harry E. Bowman (San Diego). All show Wilson and his staff concern for these constituents.
Folder 21: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, Bu. of Employment Com., 1960Add to your cart.
Nine stapled packets of corresp., primarily of letters from constituents, Wilson's replies and those from government agencies. All involve employment for the U.S. Government. Examples are: letters (Jan.- Feb. 1960) from Guy H. Housley, Wilson & Wm. McCauley (Dir., Bu. of Employees' Compensation, Dept.of Labor) re/ injury at work in Sept. 1958, surgical repair at PHS Hospital in San Francisco, Mr. Housley's complaint about not being able to work and rejection by Bureau of further treatment as necessary; letters (June 1959-Jan. 1960) from Henry Grant, Wilson, Wm. McCauley (Dir. Bu. of Employees' Compensation), & copy of "Decision and Order," Docket No. 60-6, issued Jan. 26, 1960 re/ the bureau's rejection of Mr. Grant's coronary medical claim; other claims include -- disability approved for hernia; retiree with injury from fall in 1945 at Naval Air Station was rejected for increased compensation; employee back injury, while working at the Naval Repair Facility in 1959,  had his claim for additional medical care approved; an injury in 1949 resulted in a 1958 claim for disability compensation, but the bureau rejected the claim;  a WW II veteran while employed as an electrician lineman at MCRD was severely injured in a fall and later received approval for outpatient  treatment; a smoke jumper, injured in 1958, received approval for a 10% wage increase; and a widow of an Indian Bureau employee who died in an auto accident in 1936 is unsuccessful in obtaining additional compensation for his death.
Folder 22: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, Bu. of Emp. Com., 1962Add to your cart.
Five stapled packets of corresp. from constituents, Wilson and government agencies. Topics of concern are: lung injury and disability claim; arm injury and partial impairment; back injury and physiotheraphy; commentaries on constituent suggestion for rehabilitation service to permanently disabled Federal employees; and contusion to the left shoulder increases claim for additional treatment.
Folder 23: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, Bu. of Emp. Com., 1964-1965Add to your cart.
Six stapled packets of corresp. from constituents, Wilson and government agencies. Topics of concern include -- TB contracted by a nurse employed at Naval Hospital; disability claims for loss of left hand usage; cardiovascular disease claims; pulmonary claim issue resolved for constituent; myocardicac infraction, hospitalization and additional claims; conflicting claims as to an injury that occurred in 1943 while working in Hanford, Washington on a government project; and heart attack of postal employee, work tensions and subsequent claims.
Folder 24: Federal Government: Labor, Union Financial Stmts., 1959-1960Add to your cart.
Letters (8/30/60) from Congressman Wilson and (9/8/60) from Albert L. McDermott (Special Asst. to the Secretary, Dept. of Labor) re/ Wilson's request for copies of financial statements filed under the Landrum-Griffin Act by 11 San Diego Unions.  In this folder are the copies of the financial statements of 9 of these unions as follows: Building Materials and Dump Truck Drivers - Local 36; Building Service Employees Union - Local 102; Cement Masons and Plasters - Local 346; Culinary Alliance and Hotel Service Employees Union - Local 402; Hod Carriers Building and Laborer's Local No. 89; International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Local 1-29; Musicians Association - Local 325; Retail Clerks Union - AFL-CIO; and Waiters and Bartenders Union - Local 500. Missing in the list requested by Wilson were the Carpenters District Council and Local 1300 of the Ship Wrights Boat Builders Union.
Box 27: Federal Government DepartmentsAdd to your cart.

United Nations 1961-1962; Department of Treasury 1953-1965; Treasury Bureau of Narcotics 1953-1959; Coast Guard 1953-1964; Internal Revenue 1957-1960;

Veterans Administration 1959-1963; Federal Government Employees, Employee Suggestion Program.

Folder 1: Federal Government: State - United Nations, 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, statements, bulletins, magazine excerpt, petitions, telegram and other items. Most of this folder contains corresp. sent to Wilson from constituents and has both pro and con opinions as to the United Nations and the U.S. as a participant. Some examples are: letters (Nov. 1960-Jan. 1961) from Dr. Norman M. O'Farrell, Congressman Wilson & William B. Macomber, Jr. (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) regarding a query from Dr. O'Farrell about those behind in dues to the UN; letters (Feb.-Mar. 1961) from Mrs. Freeman D'Vincent, Wilson & Brooks Hays (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) re/ concern from a constituent about "the dark forces at work which would negate the slow, painful progress mankind has made toward the goal of world cooperation;" letters (June 1960) from Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Kline (El Cajon), Wilson, Brooks Hays (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) & a "Statement Prepared With Particular Reference To Allegations Made In Publications of Cinema Educational Guild, Inc., of Hollywood, California On The United Nations"  re/ the State Department's response to the Kline's concern about U.S. participation in the UN and their fears of communism; a letter (11/20/61) from Lt. Cmdr. James P. Oberholtzer, Wilson's reply (12/4/61) & attached copy of a newspaper advertisment & petition signed by San Diegans (n.d) re/ Lt. Cmdr. Oberholtzer's critical reactions to the accusations in the advertisment about "United Nations Tyranny" & Wilson's reply letter indicates his views on the UN; a letter (10/23/61) from Lakeside constituent Mrs. Virginia Adams & Wilson's reply (11/28/61) re/ praise for Ambassabor Henry Cabot Lodge and politics; several letters & a telegram (Nov.-Dec. 1961) indicating constituent interest in UNICEF programs & fears of communist influence; a small packet of corresp. & a brochure from "Conservative Americans" re/ Chula Vista constituent Burton Dale Horton"s reaction to the brochure's attempt to defame the UNICIF's trick or treat program on Halloween; a letter (12/8/61) from Harry J. Verbage, his attached copy of "The UN Is Dead . . .," HUMAN EVENTS (12/8/61) re/ Mr. Verbage's conservative viewpoints on the UN; a copy of a petition from the San Diego City Panhellenic Assoc. Citizenship Committee & Wilson's response (12/4/61) re/ anti-Cuban attitudes and need for stronger stances against communisim in the Americas; and a letter (Oct. 1961) from the San Diego Federation of Republican Women's Cubs, their enclosed petition & Wilson's reply (12/11/61) re/ a viewpoint that "Entangling alliance through TREATY committments prevent the United States from taking action concerning CUBA . . . ."
Folder 2: Federal Government: State United Nations, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, statements, an excerpt from the Congressional Record, a transcript of a TV broadcast & a news clipping, Examples are: a letter (1/5/62) from Mr. & Mrs. Wm. H. Schmitt (Redlands, CA) re/ "The Convention Against Discrimination in Education" as part of the UNESCO Treaty and the Schmitt's rejection of any disarment agreement; a letter (1/19/62) from Secretary of State Dean Rusk to Congressman Wilson and enclosed copy of Dept. of State, "The United Nations Bond Issue, Background Paper;" letters (Dec. 1961-Feb. 1961) from La Jolla constituent J. Tetroirts, Wilson & Frederick G. Dutton (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) re/ Mr. Tetroits's concern about the use of Christian prayer in the United Nations; a letter (4/26/62) from Dr. Donald W. Field (Alameda County Republican) criticizing Wilson for voting "yea" on the proposed U.N. Bond issue; a 1 page copy of the "Extension of Remarks of Hon. James B. Utt" (Congressional Record, May 8, 1962) listing the populations of 54 member countries in the U.N. that have a vote and bemoaning the fact that U.S. only has one vote; a  Feb. 8, 1962 memo from Congressman John H. Rousselot to Wilson, an NPCC office note from Rousselot and attached copy of a "Transcript of the Chet Huntley Apprearance on the Jack Paar Show, January 18, 1962" re/ the topic of the admission of Red China to the UN and conservative reactions to this; letters (Oct.-Nov. 1962) from Chula Vista constituents Major and Mrs. J.C. Puckett, Congressman Wilson, Frederick G. Dutton (Asst. Sec., Dept. of State) & attached copy of "Biting Our Own Hand," editorial, S.D, Union, Oct. 7, 1962 re/ the Puckett's "inquiry concerning the establishment of a language center in Moscow for the training of United Nations personnel."
Folder 3: Federal Government: Treasury, 1955Add to your cart.
Two small collections of letters as follows: letters (Feb. & Mar. 1955) from Congressman Wilson & Paul K. Webster (Asst. Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service) re/ bonding program information in response to inquiry from constituent; and letters (Mar.-May 1955) from constituent Herb Markle (Kaiser's Top Shop), Congressman Wilson, Ralph Kelly (Commissioner of Customs, Treasury Dept.) & D. B. Strubinger (Acting Commissioner of Customs) re/ complaints from the California Assn. of Auto Trim Shops that "duty is not being paid on auto upholstery, tops, seat covers, etc., which are being fabricated in Mexico. This situation is working a great hardship on the San Diego shop owners, because of their cheap labor, prices, and materials."
Folder 4: Federal Government: Treasury Dept., 1958-59Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news articles, memos and statements primarily from constituents and responses from Congresman Wilson and various government officials. Examples are: a packet of corresp. (Oct. 1958-Jan. 1959) from constituent Donald Yarnell Scott, Congressman Wilson, F.J. Hoesch (Mgr., Dist. Office, Phil., Pa. V.A.) and W.T. Howell (Dep.  Treasurer, Fiscal Services) re/ Wilson's assistance in trying to help veteran Scott "regarding the nonreceipt of his 1948 dividend check; " corresp. (Ap.-June 1959) from constituent Alger Earl Howell, Congressman Wilson, Frank A. Thornton (Collector of Customs, Bureau of Customs, San Diego) and John P, Weitzel (Asst. General Counsel, Treasury Dept.) re/ Mr. Howell's attempts "to obtain Permission to Practice before the Treasury Department, under Section 12.1 covering the enrollment of former Treasury Department employees," and Wilson's assistance to Howell in this endeavor; other packets of corresp. include topics on 11th Naval Dist. Credit Union & the withdrawal of their funds from S.D. Federal Savings and Loan Assn.; constituent concern over Senate Bill 1120 & the selling of Treasury Bonds below par; complaints from local San Diego businesses about "harassment on the part of the Internal Revenue Agents here;" responses from the Treasury Dept. to a Wilson constituent "concerning United States gold policy and rumored Soviet gold moves;" local KFMB news commentator Harold Keen concerning a Canadian border crossing incident with the Bureau of Customs; and an anti red tape complaint from a constituent regarding a delayed government check.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Treasury Dept., 1960Add to your cart.
Eight stapled packets of corresp. regarding the following constituent concerns: interest on treasury bonds; "the manufacture of proof coins for 1961;" enforcement of liquor laws; a box of personal effects finally clearing customs; payroll savings account to purchase savings bonds; and unchecked inflation. Two examples are: a postal card (3/15/60) from La Jolla constituent Miss Helen Marion Baker, Wilson's replies (3/23 & 4/11/60) & a letter (4/1/60) from Dwight E. Avis (Dir., Alcohol and Tobacco Div., Treasury Dept.) re/ complaints about bootleggers and inadequate appropriations for the "T-Men;"  and a large packet of corresp. (1954, 1955 & 1960) from constituent Mrs. Hazel Watts, Wilson, & D. M. Merritt (Acting Commissioner, Fiscal Service, Treasury Dept.) re/ a  frustrating attempt to find "three $50 Series E savings bonds purchased on the payroll savings plan of the Naval Ammunition Depot, Bremerton, Washinghton that she believes are missing."
Folder 6: Federal Government: Treasury Dept., 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of packets of corresp. from constituents, Wilson's replies and letters from various treasury dept. officials. Topics addressed are:  suggestions for improving our foreign relations and reducing the outflow of dollalrs; mintage of coins in the United States; praise for Wilson and his staff (Jan. 13, 1961 letter); a Library of Congress information article on "Removal of U.S. Ambassador to the United States;" inadequacy of working conditions in San Diego  for IRS; information on deposit insurance in savings banks and savings and loan associations; inquiry from constituent as to special savings bonds to solely finance space program projects; information regard gold buyers license; information for importing gold; exchanging treasury bonds; anti-debt complaints from a local dentist & his suggestions;  and a Lemon Grove constituent and friend of Wilson lobbies for a commercial fisherman to qualify for the Coast Guard.
Folder 7: Federal Government: Treasury Dept., 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memos, reports, memorandum and news clippings. Topics considered are as follows: a constituent "plan for national debt retirement through the medium of life insurance;" an "inquiry concerning the mulilation of certain coins;" the Treasury's response to a constituent "suggestion about printing the payee's signature on his check;" 19 letters from constituents to Wilson with concerns about the potential removal of "In God We Trust" from currency; seizure of foreign gold coins; constituent interest in laws regulating importation of alcoholic beverages into the U.S.; interest in Japanese printing of U.S. Military currency; Reader's Digest complaints about 2nd class mail rates and other regulations; Wilson's assistance to U.S. Navy retiree in obaining a missing retirement check; El Cajon constituent's inquiry as to Mrs. Kennedy's trip abroad and customs duties on her return; alarms about the nation's gold reserves and the Baxter Report; San Diegan, as pilot in Nigeria, asks Wilson for assistance in regard to sending airplane parts to U.S. for overhaul; Wilson assists General Dynamics/Astronautics in obaining Financial Research Data from Statistics Division of the Internal Revenue Service; constituent complaints about conduct of custom inspector at Tijuana border crossing; and an Anchorage, AK resident complains about Coast Guard icebreaking operations.
Folder 8: Federal Government: Treasury Dept., 1963Add to your cart.
There are nine stapled packets of corresp. in this folder featuring topics such as: a Bureau of Customs reply to a San Diego Convention and Tourist Bureau inquiry (Jan.-Feb. 63); a constituent's concern re/ duty free limit for gifts from foreign countries (Feb.-Mar. 63); a constituent, with assistance from Bob Wilson & Edgar Gillenwaters, takes possession of furniture from U.S. Customs after having fled Communist China; a business forms manufacturer with facilities in Mexico, needs assistance from Wilson with Customs duties; a constituent is concerned about foreign aid without requirements that the money be spent on buying goods from the U.S.; a visitor to San Diego buys 4/5s of a gallon of rum in Tijuana and has a customs' duty problem (8/63); a constituent is concern about "problems arising in cases where one spouse forges the signature of the other on a joint tax refund check" (May-Oct. corresp.); Wilson assists a constituent obtain information regarding the 1913 Liberty head nickle; a Statement by Comptroller of the Currency James J. Saxon made on November 18, 1963 at San Francisco, California and enclosed press release with details on National Banks, State Banks and Savings and Loan Associations from 1953 to 1963.
Folder 9: Federal Government: Treasury Dept., 1963-1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, office notes and other items from constitutents, Wilson & government officials. Topics of concern in this folder are: problems with local Customs Bureau; new minting of silver dollars; a border control problem; coin collector proof set complaints; complaint about customs clearance in Hawaii; Coast Guard & fire aboard the Norwegian Motor Vessel SANDANGER; increase in coinage to cope with shortage of 1964 coins; constituent interest in national debt; new $1 Federal Reserve note being distributed; and constituent concern about  the national debt and Social Security solvency. Examples are: a packet of corresp. (9/63.-4/64) from La Jolla constituent Dr. Robert J. Prentiss; Congressman Wilson, San Diego Traffic Services, L.P Johnson (Asst. Deputy Commissioner, Entry and Value) and Philip Nichols, Jr. (Commissioner of Customs, Bureau of Customs) re/ Dr. Prentiss' frustrations with Traffic Services and customhouse brokers in obtaining clearance for a scientific film he planned to loan to doctors in Canada; letters (April '64) from constituent Mrs. S.N. Tintinger, Wilson, Joseph M. Bowman (Asst. to the Secretary of Treasury) & Eva Adams (Dir. of the Mint) re/ a petition from the Tintingers for the minting of "MORE Silver Dollars. The Silver Dollar has become the symbol of Montana and we do not want it to vanish." The official response was that 50 million would be provided in 1964 and "a provision for the manufacture of 100,000,000 silver dollars . . . for the fiscal year 1965;"  a letter (3/30/64) from Miss Judy McMillan (S.D. College for Women) & Wilson's replies (4/3 & 5/4/64) re/ a history major requesting information on the "'border control' problem in lower California;" letters (May-June'64) from constituent Edwin S. Fuhrman, Wilson, Joseph M. Bowman (Asst. to the Secretary of the Treasury) & Eva Adams (Dir. of the Mint) re/ Mr. Fuhrman's "gripe against the policy of the Mint in handling the orders for 'Proof Sets' "; letters (7/64) from National City constituent Ted Colvin, Wilson & Joseph Bowman (Asst. to the Treasury Secretary) re/ Mr. Colvin's interest in the nation debt and his support for Wilson vs. Lionel Van Deerlin; letters (Nov.-Dec. '64) from constituent Alex Mincks, Wilson, Robert Ball (Commissioner, Social Security Adm., HEW) & H.R. Gearhart (Commissioner of Accounts, Fiscal Service, Treasury Dept.) re/ Mr. Mincks' complaints about the income tax and Social Security Solvency. Mr. Ball's responses indicate a positive evaluation of the sustainability of Social Security .
Folder 10: Federal Government: Treasury Dept.., 1964-1965Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, government statements, news articles & clippings. Topics & issues considered in this folder include: "uncirculated coin sets and the minting of coins;" proposed changes in coinage that may affect vending machine operations; the President's Customs Reorganization Plan;" silver mining needs and silver coin shortage; complaints against the Customs Bureau; petition for H.R. 8926 for additional coinage of 50-cent and 25-cent pieces; coin collectors and shortage of sets; item on Coast Guard Marine Inspection Office in San Diego and workloads; repair work in Tijuana and Customs Service problems; travel tax problem for constituent; debt & gold outflow; "tax tattlers" & conservative view points; World War I, France and unpaid debt; conservative complaints about "the use by American tourists of counterpart funds abroad;" and complaints regarding the Customs Service in Honolulu and Chinese imports. Examples are: a large packet of corresp. (Feb.-May 1965) from the Bureau of Customs, Douglas Dillon (Secretary of the Treasury), J.D. Ryan (General Steamship Corp. Ltd.), Congressman Wilson, Elliott Markoff (V.P. & General Mgr., Marbro Lamp Co.), Norbert B. Moffatt (Chairman, Los Angeles World Trade Center Authority), attached Resolution, Walter Peters (Los Angeles) & Henry H. Fowler (Secretary of the Treasury) re/ a large amount of corresp. relative to "the Bureau of Customs modernization plan;" letters & office note (May-June) from constituent M.L. Sweeny & Wilson & attached copy of a May 25, 1965 of "Public Relations Office, Republican Congressional Committee" news letter re/ Mr. Sweeny's positive support for Wilson's "superb speech" at a Convair Management Club meeting and Sweeny's numismatist interests; letters (Oct.-Nov. 1965) from constituent W. Plass Owen (La Mesa Disposal Service, Inc.), Wilson, Earl Roberts (Collector of Customs, San Diego) & attached copy of Hutchinson Brokers, Inc. invoice re/ vehicle repair in Mexico & misunderstanding by Mr. Owen as to custom and broker fees; letters ( Ap. 1965) from Henry B. Cramer, Wilson, Joseph M. Bowman (Asst. to the Secretary of the Treasury) and attached copies of a (3/25/65) news article from the S.D. Tribune, "Travel Tax Is Full of Flaws" & "Some of Henry's Travels" - a photo retrospect re/ a discussion of U.S. counterpart funds held in various foreign countries;  two packets of corresp. (Mar.& Ap. 1965) from constituents complaining about tax tattlers and citing an article in the PARADE magazine (3/7/65); & letters (Mar.-Ap. 1965) from constituents H.L. Joy and H. Guy Greenman, Wilson & Vladimir N. Pregelij (Analyst in International Trade and Finance, Library of Congress) re/ "French Government indebtedness to the United States and repayments thereof. Both constituents sought answers to this issue and Wilson helped provide the satisfactory results.
Folder 11: Federal Government: Dept., Treasury Bureau of Narcotics, 1953-1956Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, postal cards, news clippings, government publications, statements, telegrams and other items. Examples include a large number of letters from constituents & Wilson's replies indicating concern over closing the border to unescorted juveniles in order to control narcotics traffic from Mexico; two letters (1/7 & 1/8/53) from Congressmen Wilson to District Attorney Don Keller re/ politics and narcotics; a letter (1/20/53) from District Attorney Don Keller to Wilson re/ personal commentary and political issues such as death penalty; a letter (1/27/53) from John M. Lewis (Chula Vista Recreation Commission), Wilson & attached copy of Sheriff of Cook County, Crime Prevention Bureau,  "The Narcotic Addict in Chicago" (39 pp. and appendices);  a letter (3/9/53) from Walter R. Johnson (Special Counsel, The National Assn. of Attorneys General) and attached copy of "Statement By Harold R. Fatzer Attorney General of Kansas and President of the National Association of Attorneys General Before Committee On Interior and Insular Affairs United States Senate Considering S.J.Res. 13 . . . February 16, 1953" (17 pp.); a letter (5/21/53) from La Mesa constituent Mrs. Millicent Frazier & Wilson's reply (5/28/53) re/ "narcotics situation in San Diego and the possible establishment of an Office of the Federal Narcotics Bureau;" a letter (6/13/53) from Ferne D. Benson (San Diego County Federation of Women's Clubs) and Wilson's reply (6/23/53) re/ support for closing the border to unescorted juveniles, a telegram to Harry J. Anslinger (Chief of the Narcotics Bureau) and support for a bureau office in San Diego; a postal card (6/28/53) from constituent Mrs. Enola Richey to Wilson thanking him "for a fine year's work fo us all. And especially for helping to secure a full time Narcotic Officer for San Diego;" a series of telegrams from local organizations and Wilson's replies (July '53) re/ expanding facilities and property for San Diego's border crossing buildings; a letter (7/3/53) from D.B. Strubinger (Acting Commissioner of Customs) & Wilson's reply (7/8/53) re/ a constituent complaint about the "seizure by customs officers at San Ysidero . . .of a piece of beef which she had in her automobile when returning from Mexico on June 6, 1953; a packet of corresp. (July & Aug. 1953) from the San Ysidro Chamber of Commerce and Edward F. Terrar, Jr. (Wilson's Admin. Asst.) & attached copy of "Report No. 875," House of Representatives, 83d Cong., 1 Sess. re/ "Expansion of U.S. Customs and Immigration Facilities" at San Ysidro -- "total expenses to be in the vicinity of $740,000;" "Memo For the File" & letters (8/2/56) from Edward F. Terrar, Jr.  re/ "Conversation with Commissioner Harry Anslinger" with details about narcotics on the border and training for police officer here.
Folder 12: Federal Government: Treasury, Bureau of Narcotics, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, government publications, booklets and other items. Examples are: A copy of "Public Law 728 - 84th Congress Chapter 629 - 2d Session H. R. 11619" re/ "Narcotics Control Act of 1956" (10 pp.); letters (8/58) from Harry J. Anslinger (Commissioner of Narcotics), Wilson & Ernest L. Chezem (San Diego Grand Jury) re/ commentary on narcotic violations, training for state and local officers and Mexican border; letters & postal card (Aug.-Sept. 1958) re/ a constituent's request for assistance from Wilson as to alleged narcotic violation in 1953; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1958) from Congressman Wilson, G.W. Cunningham (Acting Commissioner of Narcotics), Harry J. Anslinger (Commissioner of Narcotics) and "Interim Report Number Nine (Narcotics Committee) 1958 San Diego County Grand Jury" (Filed: June 18, 1958) re/ discussion on the report and Wilson's appeal for more agents in San Diego to concentrate on narcotics control; a copy of H.J. Ansliner, "The Federal Narcotics  Laws," March 16, 1959 (6 pp.); a one page "Reprint from booklet, U.S. Treasury Department, February 1955 -- Bureau of Narcotics;" letters (Ap. - May 1959) from the Foothills Business and Professional  Women's Club of El Cajon, H.J. Anslinger, and Wilson re/ constituent requests "that a Federal Narcotics Officer should be stationed in El Cajon;" additional letters re/ similar requests by El Cajon constituents & a letter (May 4, 1959) from Ralph Kelley (Commissioner of Customs, Bureau of Customs) regarding these requests and for a more "rigid inspection at the Tijuana (San Ysidro) port of entry;" letters (Sept. 1959) from El Cajon constituent Dr. John D. Gerlach, Congressman Wilson & R. A. Riddell ( District Dir., State of California, Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement) re/ issuence of license for Dr. Gerlach;      a copy of "Traffic In Opium and other Dangerous Drugs -- Report By the Government of the United States of America for the Year Ended December 21, 1959" (55 pp.).
Folder 13: Federal Government: Treasury, Coast Guard, 1955Add to your cart.
Three small packets of corresp. (1) Letters (Feb.- Aug. 1955) from John E. Waters, D.D.S.,  Vice Adm. A. C. Richmond & Congressman Wilson re/  extensive commentary by Dr. Waters on reserve officer issues and other topics; (2) letters (3/55) from constituent Mrs. Merton R. Smith, Wilson's reply and attached copy of S.D. Union, Feb. 27, 1955, Section C re/ an absence of mention of the Coast Guard in the Union's article about the Armed Forces and to "remind the News Editors that the Coast Guard IS a very vital part of the Armed Services, and not the 'big brothers of the Sea Scouts'"; and (3) letters (May & June 1955) from constituent Paul J. Kelly, Wilson & enclosed news clipping from the letters to the Editor section of the S.D. Union (n.d.) re/ the topic of  the absence of care for a Coast Guardsman's family, as well as other Republican political agendas.
Folder 14: Federal Government: Coast Guard, 1957-1964Add to your cart.
Five small packets of corresp. (1) Letters (Jan.-Ap. 1957) re/ legislation (H.R. 4751) and the Coast Guard Women's Reserve; (2)  letters (Aug. 1961) re/ the fishing boat Normandy, its master August da Silva & the renewal of his license; (3) letters (Ap.-May, 1961) re/ retirement for an officer after 10 years of service; (4) letters (Feb. 1963) re/ "Study of Coast Guard Roles and Missions;" and (5) letters (May-June 1964) -- a constituent asks, "Why does the Coast Guard advertise Timex watches?" & receives a reply from the Commandant -- "the Coast Guard will refrain from any further direct assistance to the commercial advertising of any proprietary product."
Folder 15: Federal Government: Treasury Dept. Internal Revenue, 1955-1957Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, notes, news clippings, memos and other items. Examples are: letters (3/57) from constituent Mrs. Ben Blumer, Congressman Wilson, P. Henry Needham (Chief, Pensions and Exempt Organizations Branch, Travellers Insurance) and A.L. O'Connell (Chief, Technical Reference Branch, IRS) re/ Mrs. Blumer's health claims filed with her insurance coverage carried through Bakery and Confectionary Union, Local #135); a collection of letters, a petition & a news clipping (May-Aug, 1957) re/ proposed changes affecting firearms, ammunition & NRA reactions; letters (May-Ap. 1957) from constituent-attorney, Wilson and Treasury Dept. officials re/ "the difficulty encountered in obtaining sufficient copies of the Federal Estate Tax Return;" and a packet of corresp. (1955-1957) re/ "Employment of Female Internal Revenue Agents" & needed support for a proposed Constitutional amendment guaranteeing equal rights for women.
Folder 16: Federal Government: Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, a telegram, office notes & memos. Examples are: a small packet of letters (11/58-1/59) from La Jolla resident  E. H. Wrightson, Congressman Wilson, & Dean J. Barron (Acting Dir., Audit Div., IRS) re/ complaints against the IRS from a Republican constituent; a note (5/8/59) from constituent Dr. John D. McCausland & attached copy of an editorial from THE BULLETIN OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY, "Since I Can't Take It With Me, May I Keep Some While I'm Here?" re/ proposal for reforming income tax to the 20% bracket and eliminating the 21 to 91 percent brackets; letters and a telegram (6/59) re/ tax exempt status for a guest lecture for the Zoological Society of San Diego; letters (July-Aug., 1959) from La Mesa constituent Frank J. Krantz, Congressman Wilson & R.A. Riddell (Dist. Dir., IRS) re/ Mr. Krantz's politically conservative criticism of the bureau and its policies; a large packet of corresp. (Oct.-Dec. 1959) re/ complaints from the San Diego Chamber of Commerce & others as to IRS lack of information, assistance to tax payers, & its office hours. Other constituent comments on San Diego affairs include bothersome jet noise from Lindbergh Field; a packet of letters (Jan.-Mar. 1960) from constituent R.J. Carlson, Congressman Wilson & Dwight E. Avis (Dir., Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Div., IRS) re/ Mr. Carlson's concern "that there is a move afoot to either prohibit the ownership of firearms or to register said firearms" & Wilson's & Mr. Avis' informational reply.
Folder 17: Federal Government: Veterans Admin., 1958-1959Add to your cart.
Only a limited amount of corresp. in this folder. (1) a letter (11/2/59) from H.M. Webster (Mgr., Regional Office, Los Angeles, Veterans Admin.) to The Honorable Bob Wilson inviting Wilson "to join us in an open house on November 10, 1959 . . . ." at the Los Angeles Office, which was the largest regional office in the nation; (2) letters (Ap.-May, 1959) from constituent Mrs. Mary L. Harvey, Wilson & Sumner G. Whittier (Administrator, VA) re/ "the courteous and helpful service she received from the Veterans Service Department in San Diego; and (3) letters (Sept. 1958 - Jan. 1959) from V.A. "Construction Complaint Unit," Congressman Wilson & D.F. Peppers (Acting Mgr., V.A.) re/ a constituent complaint about grading on his property in Unit # 4 of Allied Gardens.
Folder 18: Federal Government: Veterans Administration, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
Four packets of corresp. in this folder. (1) letters & memos (Oct. 1959-Jan. 1960) re/ the policy of the Veterans Administration in selecting sales brokers; (2) letters (May-June 1960) from Robert Barnes (Law Offices Kindel & Anderson, Santa Anna) & Wilson's reply re/ the satisfactory settlement of a problem with the V.A.'s appraisal of property; (3) a letter (6/28/60) from Congressman Wilson to Bradford Morse (Deputy Administrator, V.A.) and Mr. Morse's reply (7/13/60) re/ complaints as to "the mailing delay of checks and recent mix-ups by the VA that have affected the veterans in the San Diego area;" and (4) two letters (July 22 & Aug. 25, 1960) an office note and a press release re/ VA Day Care Center in San Diego and American Legion gifts to the VA's project.
Folder 19: Federal Government: Veterans Administration, 1962Add to your cart.
Only two groups of corresp. in this folder. (1) letters (May-June 1962) from La Jolla constituent Mrs. Gertrude B. Colin, Congressman Wilson, William C. Welch (Chief, Office of General Council, VA) & T.D.  Victor (Asst. Dir., Supply Service for VA Supply Depot) re/ a taxpayer objects to price increases for VA supplied motion pictures; (2) letters (Oct.-Nov. 1960) from constituent Mrs. Harry M. Stolte, Wilson, Frank J. Barbera (Acting Loan Guaranty Officer, VA) & H.M. Webster (Regional Officer, Los Angeles, VA) re/ the VA's delay in processing Mrs. Stolte's "Request for Determination of Reasonable Value" in connection with the sale of her home.
Folder 20: Federal Government: Veterans Administration, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
One packet of corresp. These are primarily letters written between August 1962 and March 1963 concerning the California Pharamaceutical Assn., the VA's Hometown Pharamacy Program and Wilson's assistance in reconciling any disputes over this progrm in allowing "Government outpatients to obtain their pharmaceutical and other needs through private sources.
Folder 21: Federal Government: Employees, 1957Add to your cart.
One packet of material as follows: letters & memorandum (June-July 1957) from constituent John Christensen (President, Boys' Club of National City), Congressman Wilson, Harris Ellsworth & William H. Coulson (The White House) re/ "Fund Raising Within the Federal Establishment."
Folder 22: Federal Government: Employee Suggestion Program, 1957-1958Add to your cart.
Two packets of corresp. (1) letters (July-Sept. 1957) from Coronado constituent Edward P. Miller, Congressman Wilson, G.A. Tucker (Dir. of Production Policy, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense), RAdm. R.E. Cronin (Chief of Industrial Relations, Dept. of the Navy) and Captain W.N. Price (Acting Chief of Industrial Relations, Dept. of the Navy) re/ Mr. Miller's suggestion entitled "Change Position of Identifying Stamp on Twist Drill" and also Mr. Miller's personel comments to Wilson as to his support for Wilson's political career; (2) letters (July -Aug. 1958) from constituent Ralph R. Torrey, Wilson, Cmdr. E. J. Newbould (Congressional Inquiry Div., Office of the Sec. of the Navy) & RAdm. W.T. Hines (Acting Chief of Bureau) re/ NAS, North Island, Shop Supervisor Torrey's suggestions and his winning a cash award.
Box 28: Federal GovernmentAdd to your cart.
Federal Housing Administration; GSA; Land 1953-1965; Mission Gorge; Federal Government Land Camp Elliott; Girl Scouts.
Folder 1: Federal Government: Depts. Public Housing Admin., 1954Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, a telegram and a map. Office notes (7/29/54) and typed copy of "A Bill . . . . "to sell and convey to the Linda Vista Baptist College and Seminary . . . 15 acres of land . . . part of Linda Vista Housing project. . . .;" staple copies of "Note to Mr. Ireland" (7/29/54), a letter (7/9/54) from Otto H. Reese (President, Linda Vista Baptist College and Seminary), "Recapitulation of Unit No. 8, CAL-4092, Linda Vista," & map of Unit No. 8 - RE: detailed information on the sale of the 192 housing units and the underlying land to the Baptist Bible College; photocopy of "Correct Vote on Public Housing" indicating H.R. votes for continuing the public housing program; "Memo RE: C.W. Carlstrom" (7/20/54) re/ his bid on 547 demountable units; and memorandum & letters (Dec. 1, 14, & 21, 1954) from Ed Terrar (Admin. Asst. to Wilson), Charles E. Slusser (Commissioner, PHA) & Congressman Wilson re/ potential sale of land in housing project to the Methodist Church.
Folder 2: Federal Government: General Services Admin., 1960, 1963 & 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos and a bulletin. Examples are: a packet of letters (3/60) from Irvine W. Reynolds (Chief Economist, Union-Tribune Publishing Co.), Congressman Wilson, C.L White (Controller and Treasurer, Walker Scott Co.) & Wm. McC. Martin, Jr. (Chairman, Federal Reserve System) re/ concern over the discontinuance of "the collection and reporting of department store statistics on January 1, 1961;" 2 letters ( 3/31 & 4/6/60) from Mrs Lucille Mortimer (Dir., Research and Information Depts., San Diego Chamber of Commerce), Congressman Wilson's reply & attached copy of San Diego Economic Bulletin (Vol. 8, No. 2, Feb. 1960) re/ "local retailers are concerned over the possible change in reporting of department store sales by the Federal Reserve System;" 2 letters (7/63) from Walter L. Forward (Investment Developers, Los Angeles), Congressman Wilson and office notes "regarding the Federal  building in West Los Angeles;" a letter (4/26/65) from T.E. Hannon (Regional Administrator, GSA) to Wilson re/ "current status of the GSA project to extend the border station at Calexico, California;"  2 letters (10/65) from Congressman Wilson and T.E. Hannon (Regional Administrator, GSA) re/ "San Diego PBS Field Office . . . as the 1965 National Winner for the best Building Management Field Office;"  "Memo For Boss" (n.d.) from Ed re/ "Lawson Knott is the acting Commissioner of G.S.A. and has not yet received L.B.J.'s approval as full-fledged Commissioner;" and letter (11/4/65) from Lawson B. Knott, Jr. (Administrator, GSA) thanking Wilson for his appreciation of the Building Management area office in San Diego award.
Folder 3: Federal Government: Land, 1953-1954Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, government publications, reports, telegrams, news clippings, office notes and memos. Examples are: a large packet of corresp. (Jan.-Feb. 1953) re/ acquisition of Gillespie Field from the Navy and the General Services Admin.; a packet of corresp. ( Feb.-Mar. 1953) re/ attempts to obtain land from Camp Beale, Nevada; a packet of corrresp. (Mar.-May 1953) re/ attempts to rent a portion of land at the end of Point Loma for a golf course; a letter (11/2/53) from constituent Donald C. McDougal & E.F. Terrar, Jr's reply (11/24/53) re/ a portion of Bayview Terrace, Public Housing Land acquired during the war, that Mr. McDougal wished  to repurchase; a large packet of corresp. (Aug. 1953-Mar. 1954) re/ complex issue involving squatter land along the Colorado River sold to constituents of Wilson who thought they had a homestead title; packet of corresp. (Feb.-Ap. 1954) re/ potential small tract development in Borrego; a packet of corresp. (Feb.-Ap. 1954) from Escondido constituent William M. Patch and Congressman Wilson's reply re/ personal information, Wilson questionaire and a copy of a long essay by Mr. Patch on his "Desert Land Entry No. 078704" as sent to Secretary of Interior  Douglas McKay; letters (June 1954) and a copy of fact sheet entitled "Boulder Canyon Project, California All American Canal System Coachella Divison (4/19/54); a packet of corresp. (July-Aug. 1954) re/ "the need for additional land for the expansion of Edwards Air Force Base;" letters (Nov.-Dec. 1954) re/ constituent Edward V. Matt (member of Flathead Tribe in Montana) and difficulty in acquiring patent in fee for his trust land in Montana; Lakeside constituent W.T Hoover asks Wilson for assistance relative to a resurvey of land & attaches news article featuring him entitled "Who Moved the Stakes and Rearranged S.D. County?"
Folder 4: Federal Government: Land, 1955Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, maps, telegrams, notes, memos and other items. Examples are: letters (Feb.-Mar. 1955), news clipping (n.d.) and 1 page legal brief re/ C.W. Carlstrom vs. PHA and building demolition in Frontier Housing; letters (Feb.-Ap. 1955) re/ Kiwanis Club interest in acquiring 3 & 1/2 acres in Linda Vista; letters (Ap.-May 1955) & map re/ Contra Costa County Development  Association opposition to the Navy acquiring an additional 4,500 acres as a buffer zone to the Port Chicago naval ammunition depot; letters (May-June, 1955) re/ interest of Kelco Co. for sodium prospecting on Cadiz Dry Lake in San Bernadino County; letters (Mar.-May 1955) re/ National City constituent's interest in the "possibilities of a transfer or lease of a piece of [Navy] property; a packet of corresp. (Mar.-June 1955) re/ Alpine constituent inquires about "mining claims on lands owned or controlled by the Navy" in the Chocolate Mountain Gunnery range; letters (July 1955) and news clipping re/ Hazard Contracting Co. & Navy's interest in buying 398 acres near the Mexican border; 2 packets of corresp. (June - Aug. 1955) re/ Bureau of Land Management, Guy Urquhart'a grazing lease, & mineral claims by William L. Mushet; a large packet of corresp. (Sept. 1955- Mar. 1956) re/ access to public lands through private lands is sought by San Diego County Wildlife Federation.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Land, 1956Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, a few telegrams & some office memos. Most are in stapled packets of corresp. and are not filed chronologically. Examples are: letters (Ap.-June, 1956) from Dr. J. B. Askew (Dir. of Public Health, S.D. County), Congressman Wilson, Chester B. Lund (Office of Field Admin., HEW) & Charles Slusser (Commissioner, Housing and Home Finance Agency, PHA) re/ "San Diego County's attempt to build a primary health center and seven sub-centers (3,000 square feet each) at specific locations throughout San Diego City and County" with a focus in this packet of acquiring "A plot of land 280' x 192' . . . [in] Bayview Terrace;" a letter (11/27/56) from Leonard S. Wolford (Secretary, San Diego County Wildlife Federation) & Wilson's reply ((12/5/56