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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 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.

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[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],
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[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],
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