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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 25: Federal GovernmentAdd to your cart.

Department of Agriculture 1953-1963;

Department of Commerce 1960-1965;

Department of Defense 1953-1965;

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

Defense Disarmament;

Department of Defense moving policies 1959-1960.

Folder 1: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1956Add to your cart.
Only 2 items. A letter (7/25/56) from R. Lyle Webster (Dir. of Information, Dept. of Agriculture) to Congresman Wilson and attached copy of "List of Publications Available for Distribution to Members of Congress" (Jan. 1956) re/ Wilson's use of copies of documents; a letter (9/8/56) from Congressman Wilson to the Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson & a reply (9/19/56) from Acting Secretary True D. Morse re/ Wilson's concern about "hundreds of Navy ammunition storage dumps in the vicinity of Hastings, Nebraska" and the possibility of using these for surplus grain storage.
Folder 2: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1956-1957Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, memos, news clipping, postal cards and other items. Examples are: a copy of "Proposed Soil Bank Program," U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Commodity Stabilization Service, Notice General 348 (2-29-56, 12 pp.); Memo  (3/7/57) re/ REA loan for Mountain Empire Electric Cooperative in Campo for $96,500; a letter (3/17/57) from constituent K.A. Kimbrough, attached clipping from the Congressional Record "Extension of Remarks of Hon. Usher L. Burdick" & Wilson's reply (3/29/57) re/ various chemicals and drugs in foods and "feed for poultry;" a letter (5/31/57) from constituent Kenneth R. Rearwin & Wilson's reply (6/17/56) re/ concerns about "the amount of money the agricultural programs are costing the government;" a packet of corresp. (May-July 1957) from Wilson, the Dept. of Agriculture & Alpine, CA constituent G.O. Enquist re/ DDT spraying, the Gypsy Moth and natural enemies; letters (May-July 1957) from Sam Grossman (KFSD-TV), Congressman Wilson & Richard E. McArdle (Chief, Forest Service) re/ Mr. Grossmon's "bid for a proposed $600,000 Resort at Mammoth Mountain in the High Sierras;" letters (Aug.-Sept. 1957) from constituent Stanley Rogers, Wilson & Marvin B. McLain (Acting Secretary of Agriculture) re/ a critique of the "elimination of 53,000 aces from the Three Sisters Primitive Area, Williamette and Deschutes National Forest, Oregon" for selective lumbering & other uses; 1 postal card (11/2/57) from constituent C.W. VanOsdoll & letters (12/5, 11 &18/57) from Wilson & Forest Service re/ pending timber sales and wilderness legislation in the Klamath National Forest. The Forest Service denied any relationship.
Folder 3: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A large collection of booklets, pamphlets, letters, memos, news clippings and other items. Examples are: 1 copy of the "Report of The Secretary of Agriculture, 1958 (81 pp.); 2 copies of "A Guide to the San Dimas Experimental Forest, Glendora, California," (Misc. Paper, No. 11, Jan. 1, 1953, 23 pp.); 1 copy of Walt Hopkins, "More Good Water . . research at San Dimas Experimental Forest applying fundementals to entire watersheds," (Miscel. Paper No. 22, Mar. 1958, 6 pp.); a packet containing letters, news clipping and other material (1958-1959) concerning the ideas and suggestions of constituent William Gray regarding San Diego's watershed; letters (3/59) re/ Stanley Yankus case re/ planting wheat for poultry feed; a copy of "Your Washington Office Report by Melivn R. Laird Member of Congress, 7th District, Wisconsin" for April 8, 1959 re/ Stanley Yankus prosecution; copy of "Questions and Answers on the Humphrey-Price Bill (S-144) & news clipping from The Evening Star (3/29/59) re/editorial "Political Field Day and REA operations; letters (April 1959) from KFSD Radio Farm Dir., Wilson and the Dept. of Agriculture re/ pay raise for County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee employees and civil service membership; a large packet of corresp. (Ap.-May, 1959) from F. B. Wilsox (Sunkist Growers), the Dept. of Agriculture and Congressman Wilson re/ strong objections to the "Proposed United States Standards for Grades of Chilled Orange Juice;" a small packet of corresp. (May-June 1959) re/ constituent Glenn Pearson's interest in "the feasibility of bringing an African Gazelle into the country for other use than Zoo or Approved Game Farms;" letters (June-July 1959) & a pamphlet from the Dept. of Agriculture re/ "Mexican Fruit Fly How we fight it;" letters (Dec. 1959) "commenting on the spray program along the Border;" a Dept. of Agriculture pamphlet by Ezra Taft Benson stressing "Interdependence Between Business and Agriculture;" and copies of the "Highlights of the Secretary's talk at the Annual Meeting, Farm and Home Week, Cornell University, Ithica, New York, March 24, 1959" (15 pp.).
Folder 4: Federal Government Departments: Agriculture, 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, news clippings, pamphlets, reports, photographs and other items. Examples are: Dept. of Agriculture, "Congressional Guide To Information Services;" Dept. of Agriculture, "Report of the Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration," 1959; letters (Jan.-Mar. 1959) from a California State Polytechnic College student, the Dept. of Agriculture and Congressman Wilson re/ inquiryconcerning the use of U.S. food surpluses in foreign aid; letters (Jan.-Feb.1960) from La Mesa constituent Frank J. Krantz, Congressman Wilson and the Dept. of Agriculture re/ complaints about excessive subsidies to families under the Soil Bank Reserve Program; letters (May-June 1960) re/ growing orchids; letters (June-July 1960) re/ Chula Vista constituent D.W. Martin's critique of the "crackpot ideas" of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson and the Secretary's reply; letters (Jan.-Feb. 1960) from Lakeside Junior High School students Linda Jones and Karen Wilson, Congressman Wilson & Assist. Sec. of Agriculture Clarence L. Miller re/ "planning a debate on what should be done with the surplus farm products;" several packets of corresp. from constituents and others (Nov.-Dec. 1960) re/ such topics as sugar quotas, the production of charcol & grain surpluses; a large packet of letters, photographs & packets of special material re/ "samples and information on Chemalloy Fluxless Aluminum Solder in powderized form for use as a plant growing aid" especially in Canada and Alaska and contesting the Dept. of Agricultures negative results.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Agriculture, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of memos and letters. Examples are: A letter (12/27/61) from Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman to Congressman Wilson and an attached copy of the Dept.'s "The Role of Research in Managed Abundance" (12 pp.); a packet of letters (Dec. 1961-Mar. 1962) re/ Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act; a letter (4/19/62) from Secretary Freeman to Wilson re/ support for President Kennedy's Food and Agricultural Program; letters (Mar.-May 1962) from Wilson, the Dept. of Agriculture, the California Bakery Employers Assn. re/ "The wholesale baking industry . . . on the entire Pacific Coast, is extremely concerned with the present policies of the Department of Agriculture as they relate to support prices and acreage restrictions of wheat;" letters (Mar.-Ap. 1962) from Lakeside constituent Roy Schelat, Wilson & John P. Duncan, Jr. (Dept. of Agriculture) re/ the food storage program and potential spoilage; letters (July-Aug. 1962) from Sunnyside constituent Mrs. Laura Tallian, Congressman Wilson and R.A. Hollis (Office of Information, Dept. of Agriculture) re/ "the latest research methods of insect control without the use of poisons;" a copy of a letter (8/28/62) from Secretary Orville Freeman to Governor Edmund G. Brown re/ "congratulations to you and all those responsible for California becoming a Modified Certified Brucellosis State;" a letter (9/1/62) from the Calif. Creamery Operators Assn. to Congressman Wilson and attached photocopy of "A Tight Squeeze on U.S. Butter," (AP., nd.) regarding federal government lack of cold storage space for surplus butter; "Memorandum To: Maggie From: Cathy" (9/17/62) re/ typewriter skipping problem and call from Hugh Johnson of the Agricultural Dept. needed informatin for the 1963 Yearbook on San Diego schools program on nature study; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1962) from Spring Valley constituent Mrs. Irene A. Johnson, Congressman Wilson, M.R. Clarkson (Acting Administrator, Dept. of Agriculture), his enclosed "Comments on Rachel Carson's Articles in the New Yorker" & copy of "Chemical Spurs Growth" (AP., nd.) re/ the topic of pesticide use in agriculture; four more letters from constituents regarding "male sterilization techniques to control insects;" surplus food products; "inquiry concerning . . . obtaining surplus milk for distribution to needy people in San Felipe, Mexico;" & "distribution of surplus food to needy Mexicans."
Folder 6: Federal Government: Agriculture, 1963Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams & other items. Examples are: Letters ( May 1963) from Congress Wilson, Charles Keely (Copley News Service, Washington, D.C.) & George R. Lander (Office Mgr., Agricultural Stablization and Conservation Service, Henry, Ill.) re/ Republican resistance to the current price support system of wheat production & influence in the election process; Memorandum (2/28/63) from Sec. Orville Freeman to Members of Congress re/ "Summary Effect of Wheat & Feed Grain Programs on CCC Costs . . . Highlights Indicating Success in Cutting Surpluses and Reducing Costs;" letters (Sept.-Oct. 1963) from constituent Mrs. Victor A. Welton, Congressman Wilson & Raymond A. Ioanes (Foreign Agricultural Service, Dept. of Ag.) re/ information on the "Meals for Millions . . . providing a food supplement to needy people" using protein meal, "which is not a surplus agricultural commodity;" a telegram (8/2/63) from J Russell Kennedy (General Mgr, CALCOT, Bakesfield, CA) to Congressman Wilson requesting his support for "the Cooley Bill, HR 6196, to save the cotton farmers' market and protect the economy of California and other cotton producing states;" 1 copy of U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, "California 1961 Annual Report" (69 pp.); & letters (Sept,-Oct. 1963) from constituent Dr. Howard A. Ball, Wilson & E.P. Reagan (Acting Deputy Administrator, Agricultural Research Service) re/ Dr. Ball's concerns about the Dept's policy decision "involving the importation of thoroughbred horses foaled in Germany."
Folder 7: Federal Government: Agriculture-Billie Sol Estes, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters, telegrams and other items related to Billie Sol Estes. Examples are: a letter ( 7/4/62) from constituent Roy E. Knox & Wilson's reply (7/9/62) & enclosed copies of news clippings from the S.D. "Evening Tribune" & the "Dan Smoot Report" (6/11/63) re/ criticism of federal farm programs and Billie Sol Estes; a copy of NRCC, "News Release" for Tu. May 8, 1963 featuring "Rep. Bob Wilson, chairman of he Repubican National Congressional Committee, today charge Agricultural Secretary Orville Freeman of trying to 'whitewash' his Department's role in the Billie Sol Estes case. . . .;" six letters from constituents regarding the Billie Sol Estes case and all supporting a so-called free market system for farmers; a copy NRCC, "Issue of the Day" for May 15, 1962 featuring "The Billie Sol Estes Case: The Great Grain Robbery, 'The Minnesota Mob,' and An Unauthorized Commitment;" a letter (5/7/62) from Mrs. James T. Wilson (Ft. Worth, TX) to Congressman Wilson, but no reply from him, re/her reminder to Republicans of the various scams such as Teapot Dome, Sherman Adams (in Ike's administration) and "Tricky Dick." "I suggest your party take time out from casting stones at the Kennedy administration to explain why the Eisenhower administration continued to do business with Sol Estes after an investigation in 1953 showed Mr. Estes to be untrustworthy!"
Folder 8: Federal Goverenment: Commerce, 1958-59Add to your cart.
Three small packets of corresp.: a "Copy of Letter By Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks Sent In Reply to Letter Critical of the 1958 Budget" (5 pp.); 5 letters (Nov.-Dec. 1959) from constituent Ben B. Anthony, Congressman Wilson, William B. Macomber, Jr. (Asst. Sec. of State) & Loring K. Macy (Dir., Bureau of Foreign Commerce) re/ "information on Demostration Gold Mines Ltd., Manila, Philippines;" & 4 letters (Sept.-Oct. 1959) from Leon Parma (Admin. Asst. to Wilson), Escondido constituent Forrest M. Holly & H.B. McCoy ( Business and Defense Services Administration, Dept. of Commerce) re/ "application of solar energy to the heating of water in swimming pools. . . . The production of solar heating equipment equipment in the United States is proceeding more or less on an experimental basis at the present time."
Folder 9: Federal Government: Commerce, 1960Add to your cart.
One letter (8/25/60) from David W. K. Peacock, Jr. (Special Assist. to the Secretary of the Dept. of Commerce), Memorandum (8/22/60) to David Peacock,Jr. from Victor Roterus (Dir., Office of Area Development) & 2 Attachments (June 6 & 15, 1960) --"Committee To Coordinate Federal Urban Area Assistance Programs" and "Executive Office of the President Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization" re/ "Comments on: (1) Effect of S. 722 and S. 3669 on 30th Congressional District and (2) Advantages or Disadvantages Accruing to the 30th Congressional District under Federal Procurement Policies Favoring Labor Surplus Areas."
Folder 10: Federal Government: Commerce, 1961Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & magazine articles. Examples are: a packet of letters & articles from La Mesa constituent D.H. Gerbaz, Congressman Wilson & C.D. Martin, Jr. (Under Secretary of Commerce for Transporation) re/ Mr. Gerbaz's critical concerns about "Federal Transportation Policy;" a letter (5/5/61) from Congressman Wilson, a reply (5/15/61) from Hickman Price, Jr. (The Assistant Secretary of Commerce) and enclosed copy of "Your Community and the Area Redevelopment Act" (5/9/61) re/ a response to Wilson's inquiry as to the consequences of the Depressed Area Bill for San Diego and California; a letter (6/23/61) from Richard M. Scammon (Dir., Bureau of the Census) to Wilson re/ sending him two Census Bureau publications; a letter (5/3/61) from El Cajon constituent Dr. Gaylord Parkinson & a reply (5/17/61) from Leon W. Parma (Wilson's admin. asst.) re/ search for informatin as to an expert on labor relations in the Dept. of Commerce; a copy of a letter (4/18/61) from Congressman Wilson to the Dept. of Commerce & attached 2 pages from the April 1961 The Westerner re/ interest in "Research Publications Available From U.S. Dept. of Commerce."
Folder 11: Federal Government: Commerce, 1962Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & 1 publication from the Dept. of Commerce. 4 letters (July 1962) from Congressman Wilson, constituent I.C. Mussen (President, West Coast New York Co., San Diego) & Robert E. Simpson (Acting Dir., Bureau of International Programs, Dept. of Commerce) re/ inquiry as to business opportunities in Kuwait for building materials; 4 letters (June-July 1962) from Congressman Wilson, San Diego constituent Miss Carol Reid & W.R. Tilley (Chief, Office of Technical Information, National Bureau of Standards) re/ a problem with an inadequate extension cord for a bathroom heater; a copy of a letter (3/27/62) from John M. Murphy (President of the Propeller Club) to the Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges re/ criticism of federal promotion of trade development of ports along the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes that should be "the  province of the citizens concerned in the port areas" not the federal government; a letter (3/13/62) from Richard M. Scammon (Dir., Bureau of the Budget) to Congressman Wilson re/ Wilson's "questions about a recent newspaper item entitled, 'Exposes City Slickers From Ajo to Zelienople," in the Washington Star (3/3/62) and the Director's clarification and correction of the letter's content; a copy of Dept. of Commerce, "State Distribution of Public Employment In 1961" for release April 27, 1962 (23 pp.); & a letter (5/25/62) from Dir. Scammon to Wilson re/ "We . . . have just now published the detailed Census Tract statistics for San Diego, California."
Folder 12: Federal Government: Commerce, 1962-1963Add to your cart.
Primarily a collection of letters. Examples are: copies of 3 letters (1962 & 1963) from Congressman Wilson, James G. Morton (Special Asst. to the Secretary of Commerce) & A.A. Bertsch (Deputy Administrator, Dept. of Commerce) re/  constituent Chuck Conniry's (San Diego Display Assoc.) inquiry about the establishment of a National Displayman's Day during the annual Christmas Market Week. The Dept. indicated this was not the responsibility of the federal government; a large packet of corresp. (1962-1963) re/ the above topic of a National Displayman's Day; 2 letters (2/6 & 2/13/63) one from Wilson and the response from Robert L. Oshins (Dir., Office of International Investment, Dept. of Commerce) re/ an inquiry from constituent Jack N. Behrman about "a list of possible foreign investors who might be interested in making investments in the United States;" & 4 letters (Sept.-Oct. 1963) from Coronado constituent Dr. Eleana Whiley Wilson, Congressman Wilson & Henry Scherer (Dir., Office of Public Informaion, Dept. of Commerce) re/ Dr. Wilson's proposal for a national "Cat Day." The Dept. indicated that cats now have an "International Cat Week."
Folder 13: Federal Government: Commerce, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Federal Government: Commerce, 1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & booklets. Examples are: a copy of an "Application For Search of Census Records;" letters (Jan.-Feb. 1964) from constituent Charles H. Norris (President, Bay City Electric Works), Congressman Wilson, Richard M. Scammon (Dir., Bureau of the Census) & a copy of the Bureau's "Facts About the Economic Census" re/ complaints about too much paper work from the bureau; 4 letters (April 1964) from constituent George H. Cheney, Congressman Wilson & Edward R. Killam (Dir., Office of Chemicals and Consumer Products, Dept. of Commerce) re/ Mr. Cheney's animosity toward government regulations in the food industry; 4 letters (Ap.-May 1964) from constituent Robert K. Whitney, Congressman Wilson & John S. Stillman (Deputy for Congressional Relations, Dept. of Commerce) re/ Mr. Whitney's suggestion that Wilson "and Senator Kuchel initiate action to have former Presidents, Vice Presidents and their wives honored by the Executive and Legislative Branches." Wilson, while appreciating this "well-founded concern," was "not inclined to introduce the bill you have suggested;" a packet of corresp. & information (May-Sept. 1964) from the Fluor Corp. Ltd., Congressman Wilson, various officials in the Dept. of Commerce and a copy of National Constructors Association, "Remarks prepared by President Henry A. Denny for presentationat the Department of Commerce conference on Control of Export of Technical Data" (May 6, 1964) re/ suggested revisions of these regulations; a letter (11/12/64) from La Mesa constituent Ralph W. Wilkinson & Wilson's reply (11/17/64) re/ Mr. Wilkinson's difficulty in obtaining a copy of his birth certificate; letters (Mar.-July 1964) & a brochure re/ the proceedings of the Los Angeles Modernization Conference and since they are on tape not available for publication; copies of Dept. of Commerce booklets for "Mayport Manufacturing Company a hypothetical firm Case Study Material for the Industrial Modernization Conference" (n.d.) & copies of the Dept. of Commerce, "Tri-State Regional Conference On Modernization" (1/9/64), "Portland Area Conference On Industrial Modernization" (3/267/64) & "Washington State Conference on Industrial Modernization" (Mar. 31, 1964).
Folder 14: Federal Government: Commerce Dept., 1959-1960Add to your cart.
The sub-title to this folder is  "Representative for San Diego." This is a collection of letters, news clippings, notes, telegrams and other items. Examples are: a small packet of letters, news clipping & a press release (Jan. 1960) re/ information on Coast and Geodetic Survey, "Nautical Chart No. 5107, San Diego and Mission Bays," a discussion of concerning problems of inadequate information, communications with the Port Director and other issues; San Diego news clippings (1/60) sent by Congressman Wilson to Dept. of Commerce; a letter (2/2/60) from John F. Borchers (General Mgr., San Diego Chamber of Commerce) & Wilson's reply (2/8/60) re/ visit of Dept. of Commerce representatives Richard H. Krause & Robert Newland to San Diego and planned events; a packet of correspondence & items from the International House and World Trade Mart of San Diego, Inc. re/ "Progress Report for the Period March 1 - November 30, 1959" a questionaire & other pertinent items related to the Dept. of Commerce visit to San Diego and Los Angeles; news clipping from the Evening Tribune (2/3/60, A3) re/ "Commerce Official Sees Office Need . . . Richard H. Krause Studies facilities here;" a letter (2/23/60) from Richard H. Krause to Wilson indicating that "From our analysis we have come to the conclusion that we would like to establish a 'Field Service Office' in San Diego;" office note and Copley Press Leased Wire (2/25/60) indicating that a Commerce Field Service Office will be opened in San Diego with "experts in Domestic and Foreign trade;" a letter (3/60) from John F. Borchers (Chamber of Commerce) to Richard H. Krause confirming the offer of occupancy by the Dept. of Commerce of an office in the San Diego Chamber's building; and further corresp. on the projected relocation of the Field Service Office "at the foot of Broadway" in the International House & World Trade Mart of San Diego building on a rental free basis.
Folder 15: Federal Government: Commerce - Census Bureau, 1954-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of reports, forms, pamphlets, letters, notes & other items. Examples are: a "Department Contact List for Washington staff officers. . . ." (4 pp, n.d.); a Dept. of Commerce "Business Information Service" featuring "Community and Area Development Checklist" Revised June 1954 (4 pp.); a Dept. "area development bulletin" for April-May 1955 (Vol. I , No. 3); 2 copies of "Available Federal Assistance for Community Development" (April 1955, 8 pp.); a copy of Dept. of Commerce "1950 United States Census of Population [for] San Diego, Calif. Census Tracts" (Bulletin P-D48, 45 pp.); letters (4/57) from R.A. Bolte (V.P., Qualitee Diary Products Assn., E.F. Terrar, Jr. (Admin. Asst. to Wilson); Robert W. Burgess (Dir., Bureau of the Census) & Congressman Wilson re/ complaints concerning the 1956 Annual Survey of Manufactures; a copy of an "Application for Search of Census Records" (8-8-56); a letter (8/5/55) from constituent Mrs. Earl E. Zahm & E.F. Terrar, Jr.'s reply (8/9/55) re/ Wilson's assistance to Mrs. Zahm in obtaining information from the Census Bureau; 2 letters (6/22/56) from Carter L. Burgess (Asst. Secretary of Defense) & Capt. C.T. Caufield (Commander, Naval Training Station) thanking Congressman Wilson for his "gracious and complementary telegram" sent to Captain Caufield and Mr. Burgess' favorable commentary on San Diego's impressive military establisments; a packet of letters (Mar. - Ap. 1959) from Congressmen Tom Murray & Bob Wilson, Robert W. Burgess (Dir., Bureau of the Census) & San Diego Mayor Charles C. Dail re/ Mayor Dails' request that a federal census be taken each five years to meet local population needs. "As you know, San Diego is growing at the furious pace of 40,000 people a year;" a packet of letters (July 1959) re/ Bay City Electric Works'  difficulties with "filing a report on Census Form CB-50F, which is one of the forms used for the 1958 Censuses of Business, Manufacturing, and Mineral Industries;" letters & memo (July 1959) re/ Chula Vista constituent Mrs. John R. Lynch's quiries concerning Census of Agricultural activity in San Diego County.
Folder 16: Federal Government: Commerce, 1965Add to your cart.
"Presidential 'E' Award folder. The contents are as follows: a small packet containing letters & memorandum (Mar.-Ap. 1965) from Congressman Wilson, Marge & Roy L. Morgan  (Office of Field Services, Dept. of Commerce) & enclosed copies of San Diego Chamber of Commerce, "Importers and Exporters," a 4 page list & an article by Clark Jones, "President gives 500 E award" in reprint from May 25, 1964 "International Commerce" re/ Wilson's inquiry as to the "E" award to Ryan Aeronautical Co., Rohr Corp., Solar and Electro Instruments, Inc. "for substantially increasing their exports on a sustained basis;" 2 copies of Form F-101, "Application For President's 'E' Award For Export Expansion;" & a packet of letters & an application form ( Ap. - Aug. 1965) from Rohr Corp., Ryan Aeronautical Co., Electro Instruments, Inc., Congressman Wilson & the U.S. Dept. of Commerce re/ encouraging these businesses to submit applications for the "E" Award.
Folder 17: Federal Government: Defense, 1953-1957Add to your cart.
A collection of news articles, letters, news releases and other items. Examples are: an editorial from the San Diego Union (3/8/53) entitled "Overgrown Organization Handicaps Both Defense and Ecomony Demands;" Rembert James, "Pentaton's Imperfect-- But Ax Is Not the Answer," and other articles by James (The San Diego Union, no dates); a DoD press release for July 9, 1953 re/ "Military Public Works Program Submitted to Congress" with 9 pages of information; a copy of Congressman Wilson's letter (1/30/57) to President Eisenhower and the Assistant to the President' reply (2/1/57) re/ Wilson's recommendation of Secretary of the Navy Charles S. Thomas as "a replacement for Secretary of Defense Charles E. Wilson, whom I understandis scheduled to resign sometime this spring;" an eight-page press release for November 26, 1956 from the Secretary of Defense re/ "Clarification of roles and Missions to Improve the Effectiveness of Operations of the Department of Defense;" & a copy of The Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Yards and Docks, Real Estate Group, "Acquisition Project No. 182," Marine Corps Training Twentynine Palms, 596,528 acres at estimated cost of $600,000.
Folder 18: Federal Government: Defense, 1957Add to your cart.
Two letters: Lakeside constituent Miss Nora Ames (4/16/57) & Wilson's reply (4/24/57) re/ Miss Ames's opposition against "all the Cordiner pay proposals." As of Wilson's response the DoD had not forwarded the proposals to Congress.
Folder 19: Federal Government: Defense, 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of pamphlets, booklets, letters, memorandums, office notes & other items. Examples are: one letter (2/4/56) from Asst. Sec. of Defense Murray Snyder to Congressman Wilson and enclosed copy of a "Manual for Project Officers and Local Committees" "So that you and the members of your staff may be informed as to the general plans for the 1958 observance of Armed Forces Day in May;" a Dept. of Defense News Release (10/6/58) re/ "Fact Sheet Unidentified Flying Object 'Unknowns' Still Below 2 percent in Latest 1270 Cases;" a copy of a HEW news release (10/16/58) re/ 98 grants, totaling $13,168,307, to help institutions in 33 States build and equip additional health research facilities (8 pp);  Post Master General News Release #80 giving information about the department's current construction program (5 pp); copies "of the proposed initial regulations under the Small Business Investment Act of 1958 (34 pp.) & corresp.; a copy of The Comptroller General of the United States, "Report To The Congress of the United States, Review of Selected Activities of the Aviation Segment of the Navy Supply System As of September 1958" (Nov. 1958, 62 pp.); a brochure from the DoD on How To Buy Surplus Personal Property From the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force & Marine Corps (Oct. 1954), letters & notes re/ San Diego City & Chula Vista Schools & PL 815; a letter (12/10/58) from constituent William J. Kelly (S.D. Agent for B. Goldwater & Assoc.), Congessman Wilson's reply (12/18/58) & attached copies of the Treasury Dept.'s "Information Relative To Uncirculated Coin Sets Availabvle for Collection Purposes" re/ Kelly's interest in obtaining rolls of uncirculated coins minted in Philadelphia during 1958.
Folder 20: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1958Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, news articles, pamphlets and other items that cover more than just the Defense Dept. Examples are: A booklet from the San Diego Unified School District - 1957-1958 entitled "Statistical Report;" a press release for Nov. 25, 1958 from the National Science Foundation entitled "National Science Foundation Makes 377 Grants In Support of Science" (27 pp.); a large packet of corresp. from Congressman Wilson, constituent C. Boone Sadler, J. Edgar Hoover (Dir., FBI), Herbert B. Warburton (Acting General Counsel, The Justice Dept.) & a copy of a Canadian periodical, "Northern Neighbors" (1/58) re/ concerns about "foreign political propaganda" and Justice Dept. and Post Office actions to curb their dissemination; a packet of letters & a news clipping (Mar.-Ap. 1958) re/ HEW, Congressman Wilson & Chula Vista constituents Jaekle & Rogers (Growers and Shippers) re/ their complaint "that this Food and Drug Administration is getting entirely out of hand;" a letter (1/8/58) from Charles T. G. Rogers (Chief Probation Officer (County of San Diego) & Wilson's reply (1/31/58) re/ request to attend White House Conference for Children and Youth to be held in 1960; a listing of Post Offices in Wilson's 30th Dist. (8/58); a packet of corresp. (Ap.-Aug. 1958) re/ Surplus Federal land, developer interests and Wilson's assurance that "By the skin of our teeth we were able to prevent the transfer of the land held by GSA to the Navy, except for those parcels to be used by Capehart;"  letters, news clipping & other items (July-Nov. 1958) re/ the Small Business Investment Act, its implementation for San Diego County and support for "Plan To Aid Investment Firms by U.S. Hailed. Seen as Most Significant Help to Small Business Voted By Congress This Year;" letters (May-June 1958) from Victor J. Schulman (Pres., V.J. Lloyd House of Fine Furniture), Congressman Wilson & Norman P. Mason (Commissioner, FHA) re/ "Wall-to-Wall carpeting is not to be included as security for home mortages insured by the FHA;" letters (Jan.-Feb. 1958) from constituent Adelaide Prudden, Congressman Wilson, John S. Warner (Legislative Counsel, CIA) & attached copy of "Russianas Inspect Port At Ensenada, Plan To Return," (S.D. Union, 1/25/58) re/ Mrs. Prudden's alarm about the potential for the Russians of gaining a foothold in the Ensenada area; letters (6/58) from T. Claude Ryan, Wilson & Leonard Carmichael (Smithsonian Institution) re/ a preference of the Mall for the National Air Museum site in Washington, D.C.; other packets of corresp. cover such topics as constituent needs re/ insurance, a control burn in forest lands, information on CARE, Inc., proposed amendments to the Civil Air Regulations & an inventor's drawing for "a Survival Ball device, which can leave jet, missile or any other aircraft and drop safely onto the ground or into the sea;" a telegram (10/14/58) to Wilson from Jane re/ PHS announced approval of 98 grants to help build and equip health research facilities such as Rees Stealy Clinic getting $5,000; a copy of The Dept. of Agriculture's  "The Cooperative Extension Service Today;" letters (Mar.-Ap. 1958) from Wallace T. Miller (NTH Products, El Cajon), Congressman Wilson & E.L. Peterson (Asst. Secretary, Dept. of Agriculture) & enclosed copy of Dept. of Agriculture, "Summary of State Nursery-Stock Shipping Requirements and Plant Quarantines and Regulations Affecting Interstate Shipments" for "California" (12/11/56) & "California" (8/30/57) re/ a constituent's complaints about federal and state regulations.
Folder 21: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1959Add to your cart.
Contents include: 2 letters (6/9 & 6/18/59) from Congressmen James C. Davis and Bob Wilson & attached copy of "First Intermediate Report - Contracting Out Government Responsibility For Administrative, Management, and Other Services," (6/4/59) re/ criticisms of "contracting out functions normally performed by the Government itself;" a news clipping from the San Diego Union (5/19/59) entitled "Gates Defense Appointment Hailed By Rep. Bob Wilson;" 2 letters (10/1 & 10/10/59) from Charles C. Finucane (Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ a conference on "self-insure public liability risks of  nonappropriated fund activities;" a copy of "The Defense Industries of California," a report prepared by the State and City California Chamber of Commerce (May 1959, 49 pp.); and a copy of The Adjutant General's Office, "Military Installations in the United States" (Dec. 1952, 22 pp.).
Folder 22: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, memorandum, reports and other items. Examples are: "FYI From Don Hittle" to Wilson re/ Secretary Gates requests prompt notification "of any problem before the JCS upon which a disagreement is developing; 2 letters (Mar.-Ap. 1960) & "comprehensive material on the overall Defense picture;" a letter (3/30/60) from O.M. Gale (Special Asst., Office of the Sec. of Defense) to Wilson & enclosed 6 page copy of his comprehensive statement regarding the strength of the nation's defenses, with particular reference to the current debate on the 'missile gap;'" letters (April 1960) from constituent Miss Josephine L. Correnti, Congressman Wilson, Col. William A. Curtin, Jr. (Deputy Dir., Office of Legislative Liaison, Office of the Sec. of Defense) & Floyd S. Bryant (Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ inquiry from Miss Correnti for information on military activities in the Yuma, Arizona area; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1960) re/ Wilson's planning for a speech "on the subject of the Defense Department procurement trends" & a copy of the Dept's "plans for present and future weapons systems" (4 pp.); phone message re/ "Approximate number of troops in Near East, Far East & Europe, Approximate number of installations. This information is classified; however General Hittel's office supplied approximate figures on installations;" letters (Aug.-Nov. 1960) from constituent William E. Malloy, Jr., Miss Margaret M. Young (Wilson's Secretary), Lt. Col. C.H. Le Claire (Office of Legislative Liaison) & Errett P. Scrivner (Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ inquiry as to "certain allegations attributed to Retired Navy Captain Robert A. Winston, author of a book entitled "The Pentagon Case."
Folder 23: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1961Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, press releases, telegrams and other items. Examples are: a letter (1/18/61) from Murray Snyder (Asst. Sec. of Defense) to Congressman Wilson re/ Mr. Snyder's praise for Wilson and others he worked with in Washington;  a National Republican Congressional Committee, "For P.M. Release, Thursday, September 14, 1961," stressing "Rep. Bob Wilson (R. of Calif.) . . . today called on the Pentagon to explain why U. S. troops stationed in Germany were diverted to France to participate in the filming of a commercial movie;" a copy of a Feb. 1954 Dept. of Defense Instruction pamphlet re/ "Function of Pictorial Branch and Cooperation Policies;" a letter (9/25/61) from Arthur Sylvester (Asst. Sec. of Defense) to Wilson responding to his questions on "The Longest Day" motion picture & the use of Army troops; a collection of news clippings covering the use of troops for a movie; more letters and telegrams regarding the "Longest Day" movie being filmed in France with Army troops as criticized by Wilson and the Republican Party; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1961) from Chula Vista constituent Don A. Chase, Congressman Wilson & John E. Carland (Deputy Dir., Special Activities, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Chula Vista's Golden Anniversary Parade and the rule permitting only one military band per each event; a letter (10/3/61) from retired Lt. Col. Floyd Oles (USAR) & Wilson's reply (10/20/61) re/ belated congratulations to Wilson for becoming Chairman of the RCCC and the controversy over showing of the anti-communist film "Operation Abolition;" a small packet of corresp. (Nov.-Dec. 1961) regarding the fuss and feathers over whether or not the Marine Band could play in the La Jolla Christmas Parade; a letter (10/11/61) from constituent Orville J. Davis (D.O.) & Wilson's reply (10/20.61) re/ Davis' criticism of  Secretary McNamara and his policies.
Folder 24: Federal Government:: Defense Dept., 1962Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, office notes, memorandum, reports and other items. Examples are: letters (June-July 1962) from Lakeside constitutent Miss Susan Ferrell, Congressman Wilson, Col. John J. Christy and John E. Garland (Special Activities, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Miss Ferrell's letter "relative to the use of 'United States guerilla troops' in Laos;" letters (Aug.-Sept. 1962) from constituent Stefan X. Bagrowski, Congressman Wilson and John E. Garland (Dir., Special Activities, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Mr. Bagrowski's inquiry concerning "a technical forum for aviation maintenance personnel;" a lettter (6/5/62) from Sec. of Defense Robert S. McNamara and his attached "Memorandum For The President" (6/5/62) re/ "Defense Department Cost Reduction Program" (8 pp.); 3 letters (June-July 1962) from constituent Elbert S. Purcell, Wilson, Lt. Col. Carl O. Sullinger (Chief, Utilization & Marketing Div., Logistic Services, HQ, Defense Supply Agency) & attached copy of Pat Snook, "Fantastic Waste of Army Guns," SAGA, July 1962, pp. 27-29 & 74-75 re/ Mr. Purcell's concern about government waste and the Dept.'s reply as to demilitarization needs of military weapons for national security purposes; a letter (7/10/62) from H.C. McClellan (President, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce) to Wilson & attached copy of "Maximum Defense For Your Dollar" (Prepared and Published By the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, 19 pp.) re/ Western States organizations' concern with the defense economy; letters (Feb.-Ap. 1962) from constituent Earl J. Cantos, Wilson & Stephen S. Jackson (Dep. Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ reasons for not having an Armed Forces Examining and Induction Station in San Diego; "Memorandum For Mr. Wilson From Jane" (3/19/62) re/ Secretary McNamara & Wilson's "question concerning McNamara and the Edsel. He gave me the following information off the record;" letters (Feb.-Mar. 1962) from Imperial Beach constituent H.E. Clayson, Congressman Wilson & V.F. Caputo (Dir. for Transportation and Warehousing Policy, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) re/ Mr. Clayson's proposal "as to an improvement in procedure for clearance of civil aircraft into Naval and Air Force bases;" a copy of a letter (2/19/62) from Ryotoku Higa (President of the Okinawa Foundation in Japan) to President John F. Kennedy re/ concern over "putting the administrative control of Okinawa under some agency other than your Defense Department;" letters (Jan. 1962) from San Diego constituent Keith L. Widman & El Cajon constituent Louis H. Berube, Wilson's replies,  a letter (12/26/61) from A.T. Bishop (Acting Dir., Supply Management Policy, Office of the Sec. of Defense) & enclosed copy of William B. Edwards, "Your Guns Are Being Destroyed," GUNS (Dec. 1961, pp. 24-25 & 37-40) re/ military firearms & the Dept.'s need to consider public safety ("availablity of those weapons to juvenilve delinguents and criminal elements") & the possible adverse effects on the domestic market for gun manufacturers.
Folder 25: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1963Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports, news clippings and other material. Examples are: letters (Sept.-Oct., 1963) from constituent T.H. Higgins, Congressman Wilson, Allen A. Howell (Asst. Dir. to News Services, Office of the Asst. Sec. of Defense) & Walter Winchel news clipping re/ allegations with respect to the sale in 1958 of United States radar equipment to a British company; letters (Aug.-Sept. 1963) from constituent T.G. Atkinson, Wilson & Edward J. Sheridan (Dep. Asst. Sec. of Defense for Properties and Installations) re/ complaints from the American Society of Civil Engineers registering dissatisfaction with Dept. of Defense Directive 4105.56 on "Uniform Standards for Selection of Architect-Engineer Firms for Professional Services;" a small packet of letters (April-Aug. 1963) re/ a constituent's attempt to "find a list of life insurance companies authorized to do business, subject to the local commanders' final approval, on Defense installations in the Far East;" letters (Aug.-Oct. 1963) from the Lucky Lager Brewing Company and the Law Offices of Hester, Ownen & Crowder re/ the United States Brewers Assn. request to the Defense Dept. to increase sales of American beer to the military overseas and decrease the sale of foreign beer; a packet of corresp. (Oct.-Dec. 1963) re/ disatisfaction with a DOD "Survey of Retired Military Personnel;" letters (6/63) from constituent Ray E. Naud, Congressman Wilson & Lt. Col. Rex R. Sage (Chief of Legislative Liaison, Office of the Sec. of the Army) re/ Mr. Naud's complaints about Yugoslavian military officers being trained at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College; a packet of corresp. & a news clipping (Mar.-April 1963 & Mar. 1962) re/ controversy over Marine Corps Recruit Depot Band participation in local parades; and packets of letters from constituents re/ such topics as "Costly Wastepaper," chemical and biological warfare research and development by the DOD, complaints to Secretary McNamara & B.F. "Sandy" Coggan's serving as a consultant to the DOD; also see Congressman Wilson's March 7, 1963 letter to Secretary McNamara re/ Russia and Cuba, troops and missiles; and letters & enclosurers (May-July 1963) re/ Government competition with Commercial Forwarders and Exports.
Folder 26: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1962-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandums, publications, reports and other items. Examples are: letter and Fact Sheet (Ap. 1963) re/ Armed Forces Day in the Washington area; letters (Feb.-May 1964) re/ competitive sales of alcoholic beverages with military installations; a large packet containing corresp. and a copy of CHRISTANITY TODAY (Vol. VIII, No. 21, July 17, 1964) re/ complaints about the military use of a "Unified Curriculum" in military Sunday schools; an extensive amount of corresp. and items related to this topic of a compulsory curriculum that military Chaplins are required to use in Church serv ices; other topics in folder #26 include: complaints about Sec. McNamara's actions, constituent interest in a list of Medal of Honor holders now living in California & a list of "Medals of Honor awarded Navy and Marine Corps Personnel for action during World War II, an El Cajon constituent's proposal to save DOD millions of dollars annually, corresp. from Wilson and others criticizing the projected closurer of military bases, a Chula Vista constituent letter (111/20/64) to President Johnson questioning the "loyalty of Mr. McNamara, a DOD "News Release" for Nov. 19, 1964 re/ "Department of Defense Announces Actions To Discontinue, Reduce, or Consolidate Activities," and more information on the closing shipyards and other defense industry facilities to save federal dollars.
Folder 27: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, reports & other items. Examples are: letters & memorandum (Dec. 1963 & Jan. 1964) re/ Mr. B.A. Rittersporn, Jr. (New York) and his extensive Memorandum to the Senate concerning "the country's troop deployment in Europe;" a packet of corresp. and information (Sept. 1964) re/ material on a "'memorary system' for Congressional surveillance of Defense Department activities;"  letters from La Jolla constituent W.H. Osgood & Congresman Wilson, an attached National Geographic World Map & a news clipping -- "McNamara Backs 800-Ship Navy, Nonatomic Carrier," The San Diego Union, Jan. 19, 1964 re/ Cuban crisis, shortage of planes and nonatomic carrier concept; corresp. (Jan.-Feb. 1964) re/ "the requirements of the Copeland Anti-Kickback Regulations" and a constituent's complaints; a letter (3/25/64) from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense to Wilson re/ "our efforts toward attaining improved utilization of bases, and part of the intensified review of installations directed by the Secretary of Defense . . . [regarding] "Defense facilities situated generally within a 100-mile U.S. territorially radius of San Diego, California;" letters (April 1964) from Robert R. Stubbs (V.P., Production, Armed Forces Financial Security Fund), Congressman Wilson & attached copy of  The Armed Forces Financial Security Fund, "A Blueprint for Organization."
Folder 28: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1965Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings and other items. Examples are: a small packet of letters (Jan.-Feb. 1965) from Descanso constituent Mrs. Maria L. Stills, Congressman Wilson and David E. McGiffert (Asst. to the Secretary, Legislative Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense), and news clipping --  "Wilson Hits Administration On Shutdowns," The San Diego Union, Nov. 20, 1964, A5 re/ concerns about "U.S. Military bases and State Department employees assigned as political advisors at U.S. Commands and Installations;" 1news clipping -- "Rep. Wilson Assails Atlas F Phase-Out," The San Diego Union, Dec. 2, 1964; a large packet of corresp. ( Mar.-Aug. 1965) regarding the topic of "an industrial security clearance for the Copley International Corporation;" a constituent telegram (3/29/65) & Wilson's reply (4/16/65) re/ DoD shipment of household goods; a one page copy of "H. R. 9506 . . . A BILL To amend title 10 of the United States Code to prohibit contracting for the construction of vessels for the United States Navy at places outside of the United States," office note to Ed from Vivan and Memorandum to Boss from Ed (7/8/65) re/ concerns about "MacNamara's decision to build fifty new U. S. Naval vessels in England;" a letter (5/65) from constituent Gay Hydrick, Wilson's reply (5/7/65) and attached copy of "Opinion Ballot - Subject: Should Congress repeal Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act - which permits States to have right-to-work laws?" re/ Wilson's critical commentary of Secretary of Defense McNamara.
Folder 29: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1965Add to your cart.
A small collection of the following: five letters ( Nov.-Dec. 1965) from constituent Robert P. Bailey, Edgar M. Gillenwaters (Wilson's Admin. Asst.), Adam Yarmolinsky (Deputy Asst. Secretary, Asst. Secretary of Defense) & Congressman Wilson re/ DoD responses to an article in PARADE entitled "Our Secret Scandal in Thailand;" Wilson office message & notes from Ed & attached copy of Dept. of Defense "News Release" No. 887-65, Dec. 8, 1965 re/ "Department of Defense Activities Changes (18 pp.) & "Boss -- Marge again asks for your strong statement on McNamara base closings in regard to their damage to National defense posture 12-8-65 1 pm Ed 1 pm;" a letter (1/12/65) from David E. McGiffert (Legislative Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense) & enclosed copy of "Department of Defense Liaison with the Congress" re/ information for Congressmen as to the opening of the 89th Congress; and letters (Dec. 1964-Jan. 1965) from Miss Betsy M. Limback (439th CSG, Misawa Air Force Base, Japan), Congressman Wilson, Stephen N. Shulman (Civilian Personnel, Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense) and enclosed copy of "Fact Sheet Overseas Dependents School and Professional Staffs" re/ an overseas teacher's "discontent with the dismissal by Judge Hart of the suit by NEA-OEA (Civil Action #514-64) which sought implementation of Public Law 86-91;"
Folder 30: Federal Government: Directives & San Diego Constituents, 1961Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, news releases, memorandum, notes, postal cards and other items. Examples are: copies of  "For Release Sunday, March 12, 1961" from the Washington Office of Rep. Bob Wilson re/ Wilson "charged the Kennedy Adminstration with trying to lower a 'curtain of silence' over the handling of public affairs and cited a Defense Department 'gag order' as a typical example;" a collection of constituent letters and Wilson's replies regarding complaints about a directive from the DoD "forbidding its personnel from discussing the release of the RB47 fliers" and reference to stories in the San Diego Union in February 1961; a large collection of letters (Mar.-May 1961) from constituents, Wilson's replies and other commentaries from military authorities re/ "San Diegans complaining about an order or directive issued to preclude the showing of the film clip 'Communism on the Map' to military personnel;" a copy of Congressman Wilson's letter (3/16/61) to Captain Francis A Klaveness (Asst. Dir., Naval Intelligence) & letters (3/17 & 3/26/61) from LCDR G.T. Sinclair, Jr. (Office of the Chief of Naval Operations) & Captain Klaveness re/ Wilson's complains about a recent newspaper article in the El Cajon Valley News, issue March 12, 1961, commenting on "Operation Abolition " and that "some quarters in the military are being persuaded to be soft on the anti-communism fight;" letters (Mar.-Ap. 1961) from constituent Charles, J. Krieger (Naval Electronics Laboratory employee), Congressman Wilson, Adm. Arleigh Burke (Chief of Naval Operations) & J. Edgar Hoover (F.B.I.) re/ Mr. Krieger's concerns "about the publication in magazines and in the daily press of information on subject matter we are required to treat as Confidential, i.e. classified;" a copy of the Republican National Committee's "Battle Line," Ap. 21, 1961, featuring "Censorship Mounts In Kennedy Administration;" and a letter (5/10/61) from Elizabeth C. Barnes (Baltimore, Maryland) to Wilson re/ support for General Edwin A. Walker being restored to his command of the 24th Div. in Germany.
Folder 31: Federal Government: Defense Disarmament, 1961Add to your cart.
Two items: (1) critical office note from Marge, a letter (11/61) from constituent Etta Linton & attached Women's Strike For Peace petition that "We, the undersigned, appeal to all governments on behalf of the world's children--to end the arms' race;" (2) a letter (10/25/61) from Del Mar constituent Mrs. Peggy Meyer and a letter (10/31/61) of non support  from San Diego constituent Elizabeth M. Casey, a critical comments from Marge & attached petitions from Women's Strike For Peace to stop the arm's race to protect the world's children.
Folder 32: Federal Government: Dept. of Defense, 1959Add to your cart.
DOD Moving Policies. Two items in this folder: (1) a letter (Dec. 21, 1959) from Russell T. Garret (Chairman, The Movers Committee For Equitable Distribution of Government Traffic, personal cards from two moving companies and attached copy of Department of Defense Directive Number 4500.26  re/ a critical response ot this directive "which abolished the rotation system . . . without prior discussion with us;" (2) a copy of "Summary of Changes In DOD Policies Governing Transportation of Household Goods (Dec. 1959, 3 pages).
Folder 33: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams. government directives & publications. Examples are: a packet of corresp. ( June 1959-May 1960) re/ San Diego Von Der Ahe Van Lines, Inc. and their "current status on the problem of transporting the household goods of military personnel;" a letter (Sept. 8, 1959) from San Diego constituent Richard L. Dicus & letters (Sept. 1959-May 1960) from Congressman Wilson re/ complaints from a van line employee about the abolishment of the rotatation system for moving companies; a letter (May 4, 1960) from Gayton E. Germane (Dir. for Transportation Policy, Office of the Asst. Secretary of Defense) to Wilson and attached copies of "Selection of Carrier," "Commuted Allowance vs. Government Bill of Lading," "Distribution of Household Goods Traffic" and "Advantages of Draft Directive As Compared To Directive 4500.26;" a copy of Congressional Record, "Speech of Hon. Styles Bridges" (3/21/60) re/ "The 'Dole' System in the Shipment of Household Goods of Military Personnel;" letters and telegrams ( May 1959-May 1960) re/ Atlas Transfer and Storage Co. (San Diego) "advising [them of their] current status on the problem of transporting the household goods of military personnel;" a similar set of corresp. regarding this topic and the Sullivan Storage and Transfer Co. of San Diego; four more packets of corresp. regarding this topic for San Diego companies such as AAA Van and Storage, University Van and Storage, Hayden Transfer and Storage and National City Transfer and Storage; a letter (Jan. 27, 1960) from Gayton E. Germane (Dir. of Transporation Policy, Office of the Asst. Secretary of Defense) to Wilson re/ the subject of DOD Directive 4500.26 and the decision to suspend the directive until July 1, 1960; copies of Office of the Asst. Secretary of Defense, Supply and Logistics, "Announcement To All Members of Congress" (Jan. 12 to Jul 5, 1960) re/ Subject: DOD Directive 4500.26.
Folder 34: Federal Government: Defense Dept. Moving Policies, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, Defense Dept. Directives & others items. Most of this information is in stapled packets containing corresp. between constituents, Congressman Wilson and the Defense Dept. Examples are: letters ( Jan.-May 1960) from constituent E.M. Brown, Jr. (Movers Appliance Service), his responses to a questionaire from Congressman Wilson & Wilson's replies to Mr. Brown re/ current Moving Legislative Directives, Brown's sub-contracting with Van Lines and his interest in joining the Young Republicans in San Diego; letter, news release  &  DOD Directive (July 1960) re/ Dept. of Defense information "dealing with transportation of household goods of military and civilian personnel;" a packet containing telegrams & letters (1959-1960) from constituent W.O. Kobusch (Hayden Transfer & Storage, Inc.), Congressman Wilson, Wyman C. Knapp (Attorney at Law) & LCDR O.L. Woodbury, Jr. (Contracting Officer, U.S. Navy Purchasing Office. Los Angeles) re/ Mr. Kobushch's opposition to the new Dept. of Defense directive 4500.13 "because it does not give military personnel the same opportunity to choose the mover of their household goods as is provided all other employees of the Federal Government" & his "endeavor to effect an adjustment in the contract" the Hayden-Mayflower Co. had with the U.S. Navy; a letter (9/17/59) from constituent S. J. Costello (small business owner) & Wilson's replies (Oct. 1959-May 1960) re/ Mr. Costello's complaints concerning four large moving companies that "are strongly trying to destroy and disrupt the Military Rotation System" and monopolize military moving contracts; a letter (8/31/59) from constituent Charles N. Hicks (Pacific Beach Transfer) & Wilson's replies (Sept. 1959-May 1960) re/ a problem of small business owner Hicks with DOD policies that benefit large carriers; a letter (8/26/59) from constituent Norman H. Blair (Owner, Mac's Transfer & Storage) & Wilson's replies (Sept. 1959-May 1960) re/ Mr. Blair's concerns that the present system of allocating Government van line movements is being changed to the detriment of small movers; packets of letters and telegrams (Sept. 1959-May 1960) from San Diego Van and Storage Co., Center Van and Storage, Solidarity Van and Storage & Mission Van and Storage Co., Wilson's replies and DOD communications re/ small business concerns that "a few major combines have banded together to influence Members of Congress and Secretary McElroy to eliminate rotation;" packets of letters & telegrams (May 1959 - May 1960) from Dean Van Lines, Inc. & Ace Van and Storage Co., Congressman Wilson & the Dept. of Defense supporting the elimination of the rotation system & replacing it with what they termed a a more "equitable" system.

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


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