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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],
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Box 21: Federal Government Agencies, 1953-1965Add to your cart.
Arms Control Board; Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB); Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); FAA; Federal Communications Commission (FCC); Federal Housing Administration (FHA); Federal Trade Commission (FTC); Foreign Claims; Government Accountability Office (GAO); HHF; ICA; Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC); Maritime Commission; GRS; Public Housing Agency (PHA); Small Business Administration (SBA)
Folder 1: Federal Government Agencies: Arms Control, 1957Add to your cart.
Just a small collections of letters as follows: Five letters (Aug. 1957) from Dwight E. Avis (Dir. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Div., Treasury Dept.), Congressman Wilson & Brigadier General Chester R. Allen (USMC) re/ proposed revision of Federal firearms regulation as promoted by the NRA and Wilson's support for this loosening of these controls; and a letter (9/12/57) from John R. MacKenzie (Congressional Liaison Officer, HEW) to Wilson re/ "the appointment of Miss Joyce I. Bovik as Assistant Congressional Liaison Officer of this department;"
Folder 2: Federal Government Agencies: Arms Control, 1962Add to your cart.
One letter (August 10, 1962) from William C. Foster (U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency) to Wilson re/ discussion in the press of the new test ban proposals and providing Wilson with more information.
Folder 3: Federal Government: Agencies - Arms Control, 1963-1965Add to your cart.
Letters, notes, Congressional document and other items. Examples are: A resolution from the Maryland Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars (6/23/63) sent to Congressman Wilson re/ "that the Soviet Union's past practice of disregard of agreements and promises will be given greater weight in future Congressional consideration of [Arms Control and Disarmament matters];" a letter from Congressman Craig Hosmer (4/21/64) to "Dear Colleague" & attached copy of "H.R. 10311 amending the Disarmament Agency Act and a speech about it;" a small packet of  letters (Mar.-Ap. 1964) from Wilson, Mrs. Florence M. Kelley (Ca. Senator Schrade's S.D. Office) & El Cajon constituent Leonard Smith re/ Mr. Smith's rant against the "Treason Treaty;" a packet of letters (July-Aug. 1964) from Wilson, Hugh P. Price (Legislative Attorney, Library of Congress), & Mrs. Louise Stubbs (Chairman, Communications Committee, South Fulton Federation of Republican Woman, Georgia) re/ questions from this organization about  Arms Control legislation and responses from the Library of Congress as requested by Congressman Wilson; information from the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (Oct.-Nov. 1964) re/ "the Agency publication series, 'Documents on Disarmament';"& a letter (2/9/65) from Stanley M. Andrews (Ex. Dir., Americans for National Security) & Congressman Wilson's reply (2/17/65) re/ opposition to appropriations for the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.
Folder 4: Federal Government -- Agencies: AEC, 1957Add to your cart.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Folder 37: Federal Government - Agencies: SBA, 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, press releases and other items. Examples are: a letter (7/7/65) from John W. Quimby inviting Congressman Wilson to the dedication on July 12 of the new office for the San Diego Regional Office of the SBA; a packet of letters (Feb.-Ap. 1965) from constituent Joseph J. Pentek, Congressman Wilson & Irving Maness (Deputy Admin., SBA) re/ commentary on SBA'S SCORE program;  a copy of a letter (4/1/65) from Alvin P. Meyers (SBA Regional Dir.) to Mrs. Marge O'Donnell (Field Representative to Congressman Wilson) and her brief commentary re/ Mr. Meyers takes issue with a misleading article by Fulton Lewis, Jr. in the San Diego Union as to salaries of various chiefs of different bureaus heading up "The War on Poverty;" a 2 page SBA press release (2/24/65) noting "that 131 prime contracts valued at $13,458,229 were awarded by various government  purchasing agencies during the month of January 1965 to small business concerns" in this region & a small packet of letters (Mar.-Ap. 1965) from H.P. Waldron, Congressman Wilson & Logan B. Hendricks (Deputy Administrator, SBA) re/ a 68 year old retiree wishes to form a small business to help supplement his meager Social Security income of $1200 a year. "I am not wanted on a job."

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[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]


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