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

Primary Creator: Wilson, Robert (1916-)

Extent: 597.83 Linear Feet

Date Acquired: 12/18/1980

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

Forms of Material: Personal Papers, Photographs

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

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

Biographical Note

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

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

Subject/Index Terms

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

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections & University Archives

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

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

Acquisition Source: Robert C. Wilson

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


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

Box 26: Federal GovernmentAdd to your cart.
Department of Defense moving policies 1961-62; Department of Defense-McNamara; Department of Health, Education and Welfare 1953-1965; Department of the Interior 1954-1965; Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), 1964; Department of Justice 1957-1964; Department of Labor 1953-1965; Labor Bureau of Employment Compensation 1958-65; San Diego Financial Statement
Folder 1: Federal Government: Defense Dept. Moving Policy, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, office notes, bulletins, reports and other items. Examples are: several packets of corresp. from constituents, Wilson's replies and other items that are concerned with a six mile restrictive zone that was set up for household carriers by the U.S. Marine Corps Depot; a Defense Dept. list of prime military contracts in California up to Dec. 1961; a small packet of material from the S.D. Chamber of Commerce for Congressman Wilson regarding "the defense picture in San Diego and . . . related manufacturing employment covering each year from 1950 to date;" a copy of "California Labor Statistics Bulletin Metropolitan Areas" (Dec. 1961); a copy of "The Union-Tribune Index" (Vol. XIII, No. 1, Jan. 1961);  office notes and news clippings (1962) re/ "Astro Plans Gradual Cut In Workers," & "Collins Charges Wilson Fiddles While Constituents Burn;" a copy of a "Statement By Senator Clair Engle" re/ critique of "Richard Nixon attempted to stir up a political issue by suggesting that President Kennedy wants to award Federal defense contracts to areas of high unemployment;" copies of "President's Fiscal Year 1963 Budget (Tentative) Missile Procurement;" copies of "Press Release" by the Joint Senate-House Republican Leadership (3/1/62) from Senator Dirksen and Rep. Halleck; "Intra-Division Memorandum (2/23/62) from General Dynamics Corp., Washington Office re/ "NOVA"  ("Apollo C mission of manned lunar landing. . . ."); copies of "Industrial Reporter" (Vol. 9, No. 2, Feb. 1961) & "Silvergate Union News" (Vol. 8, No. 1, Jan. 5, 1962;" a copy of U.S. Bureau of the Budget, "Geographic Distribution of Federal Expenditures and Revenue Collections: Selected Bibliography" (6 pp.); editorial from El Cajon's "The Valley News" (Jan. 19, 1962) re/ "Did He Forget Us?" A critical analysis of the current federal budget bypassing the newly created 36th Congressional District of Bob Wilson; a copy of The Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service, "Federal Taxation and Expenditures In the Several States" (July 29, 1959, reun May 12, 1960, 45 pp.)
Folder 2: Federal Government: Defense, McNamara, 1959Add to your cart.
Only two items in this folder. (1) a Library of Congress Legislative Reference Services note to Wilson (3/22/62) re/ attached information he had requested and (2) items from "Business Week," Sept. 23, 1959, re/ "Ford Hands the Wheel To Youth" -- several pages of photos and  commentary.
Folder 3: Federal Government: Defense Dept., 1962-1963Add to your cart.
A small collection of letters & news clippings. Examples are: a copy of a nine page unsigned letter to "Mr. Chairman" from a person who identifies himself as "an aviation historian" regarding his support for the "B70 or RS 70 program;" a letter (4/9/62) from constituent Mrs. Elizabeth M. Casey, Wilson's reply (4/18/62) and attached copy of "This Is The Way Eskimos Deal With Wolf Packs" and "Statement By Senator Byrd of Virginia, In Re Health Institute Grants for Monkey Study" re/ Mrs. Casey's support for the B70 and criticism of foreign aid and other socially concerned federal programs; a letter from Romaine L. Poindexter (San Marino CA) and attached news clippings re/ support for the B70; several more letters as to similar constituent support for the B70 bomber and critiques of other federal programs and Wilson's replies indicate he "wholeheartedly" supported the development of the RS 70 program; a postal card (3/63) & a letter (3/30/63) from R. Smith (Royal Oak, Mich.), Congressman  Wilson's reply (3/26/63) & an attached copy of "Too Much Government R & D?," Viewpoint, "Chemical Week" (3/30/63) re/ an exchange of views regarding Wilson's vote to expand defense funds at the same time he supported curbing what he called excessive Government spending; a letter (8/14/63) from Major General Barry Goldwater (AFRes) to Congressman Wilson re/ the 9999th Air Reserve Squadron meetings in Washington and commentary on RS-70 program.
Folder 4: Federal Government: Defense Dept. TFX, 1963Add to your cart.
A small colllection of corresp. as follows: a letter (3/13/63) from David E. McGiffert (Asst. to the Secretary of Defense) to Congressman Wilson and enclosed copy of Secretary of McNamara's "Statement . . . to the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation of the Committee on Government Operations U. S. Senate" (3/13/63) (32 pp.) re/ the Secretary's views "on the development of the TFX concept and on the selection of General Dynamics Corporporation as prime contractor;"  letters (Mar.-Ap. 1963) from constituent Douglas T. Moore, Congressman Wilson and Philip W. Kelleher (Counsel, Committee On Armed Services) re/ concerns over "Air Force Secretary Zucherts's TFX contract error which will cost the taxpayer close ot half-a-million dollars;" a letter (5/21/63) from retired General Joseph T. McNarney (La Jolla, CA) and Wilson's reply (5/24/63) re/ too much partisanship in the controversy over the TFX program; & a copy of a letter (5/24/63) from Miss Jerry Marks (Los Angeles, CA) to Congressman Carl Vinson re/ Miss Marks' politically conservative criticism of Secretary McNamara and other Kennedy Administration policies.
Folder 5: Federal Government: Depts. HEW, 1953-1960Add to your cart.
A collection of letters & some office notes. Examples are: small packet of letters (Mar.-Ap. 1956) from Alpine constituent G.O. Enquist, Congessman Wilson and Geo. P. Larrick (Commissioner of Food and Drugs, HEW) re/ Mr. Enquist's criticism of Food and Drug approval of Systox, a trialkyl thiophosphate pesticide; a copy of "Welcome to the 87th Congress: The Department of Health, Education and Welfare cordially invities members of your staff . . . on January 5, 1959" re/ information and question time; office note (n.d.) from Sandy to Leon re/ attached copy of a letter (10/4/60) from B.F. (Sandy) Coggan, President Board of Education (San Diego Unified School District) re/ small group of community leaders to meet with HEW Secretqry Dr. Arthur S. Flemming  on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the Kona Kai Club; letters (July-Aug.1960) from constituents Mrs. G.C. Hempell & Mrs. Carlton Wheeler Smith & Wilson's replies re/ "providing proper housing and excercise for the F.D.A. beagles, now . . . . housed in small cages in the sub-basement of the Agricultural Building;" a small packet of corresp. (1959-1960) from El Cajon constituent William Berry, Congressman Wilson, Asst. Sec. Robert Forsythe (HEW), & Memorandum from Leon re/ possible appointment of William Berry to the Advisory Committee, his being placed on a reserve list & comments on Wilson's reelection campaign; letters ( Ap.-May 1960) from constituent Charles B. Oldsen, Congressman Wilson and Public Health Services (HEW) re/ Mr. Oldsen's complaints about excessive mail from PHS and criticism of PL 660 (Federal Sewage Construction Grants); letters (Ap.-May 1960) from constituent Mrs. Ethel M. Alexander, Congressman Wilson & John L. Harvey (Deputy Commissioner, Food and Drug Admin.) re/ Mrs. Alexander "requesting an investigation of the Hoxsey Cancer Clinic, Dallas, Texas;" a letter (3/21/60) from Wat W. Brown (VP, Pacific Finance Corp., Los Angeles), Wilson's reply (4/2/63) and attached copy of a letter (1/19/60) from Robert L. Oare (Chairman of the Bd., Associates Investement Co., South Bend, Indiana) re/ private sector ideas on credit unions contrasted to the enclosed copy of "Better Living Through Federal Credit Unions" by Bertha S. Adkins (Under Secretary of HEW); and letters (Feb.-Mar. 1960) from constituent Mrs. Agnes G. Pallemon, Congressman Wilson & Dr. J. K. Shafer (Chief, Division of General Health, HEW) re/ Mrs. Pallemon's request for Wilson's assistance in obtaining a stipend for graduate training in public health nursing.
Folder 6: Federal Government: Depts. HEW, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, news releases, memorandum, memos, and bulletins. Examples are: press release for Dec. 22, 1961 from Office of Education (HEW) re/ "A new policy calling for at least one year of graduate study for all student counselors trained under the National Defense Education Act" -- San Diego State  College was listed as having 33 enrollees for the 1962 summer session;  a packet of corresp. ( Mar.-Sept. 1961) re/ CA Pharmaceutical Assoc. complaints about  FDA  using pharmacies as scapegoats in abuses of drug samples; letters (Mar.-May 1961) from constituent Norman W. Tolle, Wilson and Surgeon General Luther L. Terry re/ complaints about the PHS taking "responsibility for informing the public about all available health services" such as selling the public on the need for fluoridating water supplies; letters ( Mar.-Ap. 1961) from constituent Earl Hunsberger, Congressman Wilson & John L. Harvey (Deputy Commissioner, FDA) concerning the sale of amphetamine drugs to the public and the need to amend the existing law to label this drug with "Caution;" copy of a "Notification to Members of Congress" (12/4/62) re/ San Diego City College has been approved for a $14,449 federal contribution to train licensed vocational nurses under the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962; a letter (n.d. but received 11/16/62) from constituent Stanley Burroughs re/ Wilson's failure to perform oversight functions that Mr. Burroughs requested; other packets of corresp. in this folder deal with dietary food regulations; a National Conference on Air Pollution planned for Dec. 1962; pollution of water by detergents; complaints against HEW's administration of Welfare Benefits; appreciation of Wilson's assistance in helping a disabled constituent receive local help; information on the  Goodwill Industries; information on physical fitness programs & an HEW approved project for the San Diego Metropolitan Sewage System -- El Cajon's Share -- $250,000.
Folder 7: Federal Government: Depts. -- HEW, 1965Add to your cart.
(1) letters (Jan. & Mar. 1965) from El Cajon constituent George R. Berry, Congressman Wilson and Dean W. Coston (Deputy Asst. Secretary for Legislative Services, HEW) regarding response to the inquiry --"a group of Doctors in the San Diego area, who have asked me to obtain all pertinent material and facts relative to the HILL-BURTON ACT, and the KERR-MILLS ACT;" and (2) letters & a news clipping (Mar.-Sept. 1965) from a San Diego constituent Merlin M. Paine, Congressman Wilson & Joseph H. Meyers (Acting Commissioner, Welfare Admin., HEW) re/ Mr. Meyers' concerns about the need for improving training for social workers and government welfare programs in San Diego, California and the nation. Also his interest in cooperation between Republicans and Democrats on this subject.
Folder 8: Federal Government: Depts. -- HEW, Food & Drink, 1956-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandum, office notes, telegrams, magazine articles, news clippings and government bulletins & notices. Examples are: a notice (1/23/56) to Congressman Wilson from the Surgeon' General re/ an addition of 30 nursing home beds to the Coronado Hospital Rest and Convalescent Home -- estimated cost $195,675 & est. Federal share: $33,897; one page note (no date) re/ "Miss Tilette of HEW advises of the following: Approved on 1 March 1957"  a list for Escondido, Oceanside, South Bay, South End San Diego and Primary Health Center, San Diego of total funds and Federal share and signed by D. J. Askew, Dir. of Public Health; notices (Jan. & Mar. 1957) to Wilson from the Surgeon's General re/ funds (total and federal share) for El Cajon Health Center, Southeast San Diego Health Center, Primary Health Center and South Bay Health Center; a copy of HEW, Public Health Service, "Background Information on Grants for Construction of sewage Treatment Works" (12/4/56, 5 pages); a copy of "FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT" (Public Law 660 -- 84th Congress) with Amendments; a packet of corresp. (Jan. 1957) from various San Diego constituents, Congressman Wilson, & M.R. Stephens (Dir., Bureau of Enforcement, Food & Drug Admin, HEW) re/ controversy over shipment of celery from Baird Company (San Ysidero, CA) to Virginia and West Virginia & Wilson's & Ed Terrar's  assistance  in resolving this problem; a packet of corresp. (June-July 1959), excerpts from the Police Gazette (June 1959) & a copy of Agricultural Research Service, "Pests Or Pesticides" (June 1959) re/ Alpine, CA constituent Mrs. Esther Eisele's concerns about the condition of our food supply when it reaches the consumer; letters (Ap.-May 1960) from the Otay Farmers Assn., Congressman Wilson & the Food & Drug Admin. re/ interest in the use of parachlorophenoxyacetic acid on tomatoes for fruit set;" letters (May & June 1960 from Ramona constituent William H. Dalke & Wilson's reply re/ Mr. Dalke's concern about crowded conditions for dogs quartered in the South Agricultural Building in Washington; packet of corrresp. (April-May 1960) re/ further constituent concerns about research dogs used by the Food and Drug Admin.; corresp. (Aug. - Sept. 1960) re/ constituent inquiry concening the National Epilepsy League; a letter (1/22/60) from Robert A. Forsythe (Asst. Sec. for Legislation, HEW) & Wilson's reply (1/26/60) re/ appointments and staff changes in key personnel; other topics covered in corresp. in this folder include -- additives & preservatives; pesticides and other chemicals; and a large packet of corresp. & articles (1960) re/ "Farm Fallout" and critical commentary from constituents concerning lack of proper regulation by agencies.
Folder 9: Federal Government: Depts. -- HEW, Public Health, 1959-1960Add to your cart.
(1) letters (Jan.--Feb. 1959) from Dr. J.B. Askew (Dir. of Public Health, San Diego County), Congressman Wilson & Robert A. Forsythe (Congressional Liaison Officer, HEW) re/ Title I Traineeship program, its importance and Dr. Askew's request that the program be continued; (2) a copy of Public Health Service, "Public Health Traineeship Program" & a "List of Colleges and Universities Which Prepare Registered Nurses for Beginning Positions in Public Health Nursing Academic Year 1959-1960;" & (3) letters (Feb. - Mar. 1960) from San Diego constituent Max Vicker, Congressman Wilson & Surgeon General L.E. Burney  re/ Mr. Vicker's "grave concern over the fact that the smallpox vaccine used by the San Diego County health authorities in their school vaccination program is manufactured by Cutter Laboratories of Berkeley, California," since Cutter was involved in a 1955 "fiasco" as to polio vaccine.
Folder 10: Federal Government: Depts. -- Interior, 1954Add to your cart.
Only two items in this folder. (1) a notice (n.d.) signed by David S. Jenkins (Dir., Office of Saline Water, Dept. of the Interior) re/ "copy of the Annual Report of the Secretary . . . for 1955, concerning the progress of research and development in saline water conversion" (this report is not in this folder) and (2) a one page copy of "Sec. 21. Disposition of Final Audit" "Reissued by National Park Service: December 23, 1954."
Folder 11: Federal Gov.: Depts. - Interior, 1957-1960Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandums, office notes, government publications, reports telegrams and other items. Examples are: letters (Oct. 1957) from David S. Jenkins (Dir., Office of Saline Water, Interior) and Congressman Wilson & attached copies of "Publications Available" for "Demineralization of Saline Waters" & a copy of pages 71-76 of "Research Investigation of Multiple-Effect Evaporation of Saline Waters by Steam from Solar Radiation;" letters (Feb.-July 1957) from Ward & Ward (Attorneys at Law), Congressman Wilson & Earl J. Thomas (Acting Dir., Bureau of Land Management, Interior) re/ mineral entry of Theodore M. Jacobs and D.F. Lane for Golden Gem No. 3 Lode Mine in the Julian Mining District; a large packet of corresp. (1956 & 1957) re/ homestead entry by San Diego constituent Mrs. Vivian G. Mohlay for 160 acres for the minor children of her deceased husband (a World War I veteran) and her interest in growing carob trees as commercial crops on this homestead;  letters (May 1957) from San Diego constituent Mrs. Majorie H. Hall, Congressman Wilson and Edward Wozlay (Dir. Bureau of Land Management, Interior) re/ information concerning Government land for homesteading; other letters in this folder also show interest in homesteading; letters (Ap. 8 &10, 1958) from A.C. Stratton (Chief of Concessions Management, National Park Service) & Leon W. Parma (Admin. Asst. to Wilson) and enclosed copy of National Park Service, "Standard Language To Be Used, Where Applicable, In Concession Contracts" (21 pages); telegrams (6/16 & 6/19/58) from Congressman Wilson to F. Machado Medina confirming a Dept. of Interior "approved $85,000 loan to you under Fisheries Loan Program" & to Mrs. Josie Sciuto confirming a Dept. of Interior "approved seventy five thousand dollars loan under Fisheries Loan Program;" other topics of concern from constituents in this folder are: legislation to help conditions in Samoa; concern for Humane Trapping of Animals; a Pine Valley constituent on S. 4036 (mining bill) & politics; Navy & Air Force Air Station on Kwajalein, relocation of native occupants to the small island of Ebeye, coconuts, food supplies and other issues; Bureau of Land Management restrictions on resident below Hoover Dam and  big horn sheep; and migratory practices of Canadian geese & Fish and Wildlife Services.
Folder 12: Federal Government: Depts. -- Interior, 1961-65Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, memorandum, news clippings, government reports, bulletins & news letters. Examples are: a packet of corresp. (Sept. - Nov. 1961) from Dr. Carl L. Hubbs (Scripps Institution of Oceanography), Congressman Wilson & Daniel H. Janzen (Acting Commissioner, Fish and Wildlife Service, Dept. of the Interior) re/ "propoposed eradication of fish life from a major portion of the Green River system in Wyoming and Utah" & "Resolution On Stream Poisoning" from the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists; letters (Feb.-May 1961) re/ BLM reorganization and career employee Thomas D. Rice's appointment as state Director of the BLM in California; a letter (1/18/61) from Ted Stevens (Dept. of the Interior) to Congessman Wilson  thanking Wilson for his assistance and indicating that he was leaving office to return to law practice in Anchorage, Alaska; letters (Dec. 1960-Jan. 1961) re/ future status of American Samoa; letters (Dec. 1960-Jan. 1961) from constituent Arthur M. Bowers (Blackys Rock Shop, Julian), Wilson & Acting Dir. Charles P. Mead (BLM) re/ copy of a recreation lease (issued 1948 to the County of San Diego) "covering Agua Caliente and Burro Springs;" letters (Aug.-Sept. 1962) from San Diego constituent Reverend Suitonu, Wilson & Walter Pozen (Asst. to the Secretary, Dept. of Interior) re/ a request to be appointed assistant Governor of American Samoa; a copy of a  Dept. of Interior "news release" for June 12, 1962 re/ announcement of  three new land and wildlife management areas being established in California: Clear Lake, Otay Mountain & Jacumba with maps attached; letters and news clippings (1962) re/ memorial plaque honoring Senator Hiram Johnson and Congressman Phil Swing for their part in fostering Hoover Dam; letter (3/62) from Donald L. McKernan to Wilson and attached 4 page copy of "Report On the Fishing Vessel Construction Differential Subsidy Program;" packets of corresp. for 1962, 1963 & 1964 regarding the topics of grazing fees on public domain lands & saline water; a copy of Dept. of Interior, "Program for Advancing Desalting Technoloty, Report to the President," Sept. 22, 1964 (33 pages); letters & news release (Aug.-Sept, 1964) re/ "Flood inundation mapping, San Diego County;" other topics covered in materials in this folder are: comments on Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; Bureau of Reclamation news release on "Possible Operating Procedure for Lake Powell Filling;" "starling control;" constituent interest in legislation for financial assistance to property owners with a view; a copy of Dept. of Interior, "Reclamation Lakes Region 2"; & Dept. of the Interior's architectual activities.
Folder 13: Federal Government: ICC, 1964Add to your cart.
One letter (Feb. 12, 1964) from John T. McBrayer (President, American Movers Conference, Washington, D.C.) to Congressman Wilson regarding their concern with shipper complaints against household goods carriers.
Folder 14: Federal Government: Depts. -- Justice, 1960-1964Add to your cart.
A collection of letters, telegrams, news clippings & office notes. Examples are: letters (May-June 1960) from constituent Commander Anderson Offutt, Congressman Wilson & Asst. U.S. Attorney General J. Walter Yeagley re/ a suggestion of retrial of Rudolf Abel concurrently with a Soviet trial of Francis Powers; a letter (5/22/61) from Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy to Wilson and enclosed copy of Kennedy's telegram to Governor Patterson of Alabama (Saturday, May 20, 1961) re/ necessity of sending "United States deputy marshals to Montgomery to maintain peace and order and protect interstate travel and commerce;" a small packet of corresp. (Mar.-Apr. 1961) from constituent R.A. Williams, Sr. (El Cajon Oil Co.), Congressman Wilson, Attorney General Robert Kennedy & Asst. Attorney General Lee Loevinger (Antitrust Div.) re/ complaints about the lowering of gasoline prices in the San Diego area brought about by Shell Oil Co. and other large companies; corresp. (Jan.-Feb. 1961) from constituent G.L. Keller, Congressman Wilson & W. Wallace Kirkpatrick (Acting Asst. Attorney General, Antitrust Div.) re/ Mr. Keller's complaints about unworkable anti-trust laws and other conservative points of view supporting the petroleum industry; a news clipping from the S.D. Union (8/13/61) re/ "Robert Kennedy Influence Seen Irking Key Officials;" letters (Sept. - Oct. 1961) from constituent Miss Valentine Walter, Wilson & J. Walter Yeagley (Asst. Attorney General) re/ the erroneous rumor that the Justice Dept. had ceased having the F.B.I. investigate communism; letters (Oct.-Nov. 1961) from La Jolla constituent Mrs. Fred Norris, Congressman Wilson and F.B.I. Director J. Edgar Hoover re/ the unfounded rumor that the department's printing budget had been "severly cut;" two small packets of letters for 1961 & 1962 regarding concerns about relaxation of progaganda material ban, President Kennedy & investments in the General Aniline and Film Corporation; constituent letter (9/21/63) from four politically conservative San Diegans and Wilson's reply (10/18/63) re/ their opposition to replacing J. Edgar Hoover, the Test Ban Treaty and the Civil Rights Bill; small packet of letters (Oct.-Dec. 1964) from constituent Louis S. Katz (Attorney at Law), Catherine Parham, Congressman Wilson & RAdm. Robert H. Hare (Acting Judge Advocate General) re/ interest in amending Public Law 87-693 as to "Recovery From Tortiously Liable Third Persons of the Cost of Hospital and Medical Care and Treatment Furnished by the United States;" several letters & telegrams from constituents (1964) re/ concerns that President Johnson may replace J. Edgar Hoover as Director of the F.B.I.; and a large packet of letters, notes & news clippings (1964) re/ the Duda Family (1962 emigrees from Poland) and concerns with excessive F.B.I. and Justice Dept. investigations of the Dudas.
Folder 15: Federal Government: Depts. Justice, Attorney General, 1956-1957Add to your cart.
A small collection of the following: (1) letters (Jan.-Feb. 1957) from El Cajon constituent Philip S. Thacher, Jr., E.F. Terrar, Jr. (Admin. Asst. to Wilson) & Congressman Wilson re/ small business egg and broiler producers are being ruined by feed companies and the meat packering industry; and (2) a packet of corresp. (Nov. 1956 - Feb. 1957) from U.S. District Judge J. Frank McLaughlin (Hawaii), Mason A. Bowen (Jury Commissioner, Superior Court, San Diego) & Congressman Wilson re/ political struggles and Judge McLaughlin's reappointment as District Judge.
Folder 16: Federal Government: Depts. -- Justice, FBI, 1957 & 1960Add to your cart.
Two small packets of corresp. as follows: (1) Three letters (May & June 1957) from San Diego constituent A.N. Parker and Wilson's reply (6/4/57) re/ Mr. Parker's long, conservative political commentaries to "Mr. & Mrs.American," J. Edgar Hoover & Congressman Wilson; and (2) letters (May-June 1960) from La Mesa constituent I. Polhamus, Congressman Wilson & J. Edgar Hoover and enclosed photocopy of an Editorial -- "Why This FBI Terror Campaign?" (El Cajon Valley News, May 8, 1960) re/ Mr. Polhamus' criticism of the editorial and interest in keeping it from being circulated.
Folder 17: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, 1953-196oAdd to your cart.
A collection of letters, telephone notes and other items. Examples are: a packet of letters (Nov. 1953- June 1954) from San Diego constituent Mrs. Jean Dearborn, Congressman Wilson, Robert J. Clay (Dir., San Diego Manpower Area), William A. Burkett (Dir., CA  Dept. of Employment) & James P. Mitchell (U.S. Secretary of Labor) re/ "developing employment opportunities for people over 40 years of age" and concern for people "considered 'too young to get a pension or Die and too old to work;'" letters (Aug. -Sept. 1955) from San Diego Mayor Charles C. Dail, Wilson & Acting Secretary of Labor Arthur Larson re/ "consideration of San Diego as one of the cities in the Department's continuing cost of liveing survey;" letters (Sept.-Nov. 1956) from National City constituent Meredith L. Campbell (Attorney at Law), Congressman Wilson & C.T. Lunquest (Deputy Administrator, Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Div., U.S. Dept. of Labor) re/ "an investigation of the California Auto Wreckers, Chula Vista, California;" a letter (4/4/57) from Congressman Wilson, his attached copy of a news clipping from the San Diego Union for Mar. 27, 1957 entitled "Quimby Named to Post" & a reply from the Under Secretary of Labor James T. O'Connell re/ Wilson's critique of Quimby as "a constituent of mine and is a rabid Democrat who has never supported any aspect of this Adminstration;" 2 letters (Jan. 1957) from constituent Lewis J. Eberhard & Wilson & attached copy of phone conversation re/ Mr. Eberhard's interest in applying for a position as Chief Inspector on the new Federal Highway Program; several packets of corresp. for 1957 focusing on such topics as: J. Louis Carrillo & "a new procedure for extension of contracts for Mexican Nationals;" labor relations for Mrs. Conklings Bakery, a recent Supreme Court decison and legislative attempts to reign in the National Labor Relations Board; concerns from local businesses that San Diego "was not included as an area for Consumer Price Index Studies;" letters from El Cajon constituent R.J. McMahan & Wilson re/ labor relations; letters from Horton W. Simons (C.W.A. Local 9509) & Wilson's reply re/ "vote 'No' on any 'Right To Work' proposal;" and letters for 1958-1960 which address Bureau of Labor Statistics; praise for Wilson's staff & speakers for the Manpower Resources Survey and the Presidents' Council Women's Service Clubs in San Diego.
Folder 18: Federal Government: Depts.-- Labor, 1961-1964Add to your cart.
A large collection of letters, telegrams, memorandum, governement reports, brochures, bulletins, photographs, office notes & official statements. Examples are: a telegram (1/29/61) from El Centro resident Danny Danenberg, Wilson's reply (2/20/61) & enclosed letter (2/8/61) from Jerry R. Holleman (Assist. Secretary of Labor) re/ potential strike for California lettuce growers; letters (Feb.-Mar. 1961) from constituent Mrs. Robert Avenette, Congressman Wilson & Robert C. Goodwin (Dir., Dept. of Labor) re/ pro conservative commentaries about unemployment, military affairs and other issues; a packet of letters (Feb.-Mar. 1961) from the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, Congressman Wilson, the U.S. Dept. of Labor and attached copy of Dept. of Labor "Title 41 - Public Contracts . . . Final Decison in the Determination of Prevailing Minimum Wages for the Electron Tubes and Related Products Industry" re/ extensive commentary on this topic; a copy of U.S. Dept. of Labor, "Hired Farm Workers In the United States" (June, 1961, 46 pp,); letters (Feb.-Mar. 1962) from Major William C. Conrad (The National Society of the Volunteers of America), Congressman Wilson & Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg re/ the "applicability of the Fair Labor Standards Act" to the Volunteers of America; a packet of corresp.(Nov. 1961-Jan. 1962), photos and a copy of SIGNAL (Vol. XIV, No. 5, Jan. 1960) re/ the Chenmalloy Electronics Corp. (Santee, CA) and their concern about "a shortage of expert Thermometer-Makers and Glassblowers due to illness, old age and insufficient number;" a copy of "California Labor Statistics Bulletin Metropolitan Areas" (July 1963, 26 pp.); telegrams & office notes (Aug. 1963) re/ current "painting contractor's union strike;" a packet of corresp. (Oct.-Nov. 1963) re/ the Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act" and Wilson's interest in constituent input to help the Republican Party in 1964; a letter (3/20/63) from "The Committee To Promote American-Made Motion Pictures" & Congressman Wilson's reply (3/26/63) and attached copy of a "Petition and Report to the Secretary of Labor The Honorable W. Willard Wirtz" re/ "The Vanishing American Motion Picture Industry" (9 pp.); copies of Statements of "Andrew J. Biemiller, Dir. Dept of Legislation, American Federation of Labor and Congress of  Industrial Relations Before the Select Subcommittee on Labor of the House Education and Labor Committee on Double Time Pay For Overtime Work" and "On Extension of Coverage Under FLSA" (Mar. 3 & Mar. 5, 1964)  and a copy of Dept. of Labor, "The Challenge of Jobless Youth." 1963, 20 pages.
Folder 19: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, 1964-1965Add to your cart.
There are seven stapled packets of corresp. in this folder. Examples are: a large collection of letters and memos (May 1964-June 1965) from Wilson, constituent Jack L. Washington (General Mgr., Washington Inventory Service), Samuel V. Merrick (Office of the Secretary, Dept. of Labor), Robert C. Kaplan, PhD. ( Washington Inventory Service), Elliot French (Chief, Div. of Program Development, Dept. of Labor), Miss Margaret Young (Wilson's Secretary) & memos from Mimi and Kathy re/ Washington Inventory Service's proposals for an "On-The-Job Training proposal for a training grant under the Manpower Redevelopment and Training Act;" letters (Ap. to June 1965) from constituents W.D. Kenney, Wilson, Samuel V. Merrick (Office of the Secretary, Dept. of Labor) re/ MDTA travel funds for Mrs. Kenney's participation in the Vocational Nurses training program; a small collection of letters (July - Sept. 1965) re/ the Neighborhood Youth Corps project in San Diego; a letter (9/22/65) from constituent James M. Leland, enclosed copy of a petition (9/9/65), Wilson's replies (9/29 & 10/11/65) and a copy of a letter from Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz re/ recent layoffs from Astronautics and severance pay problems; letters (Sept.- Oct. 1965) from constituent Basil E. Oney, Congressman Wilson, Andrew E. Ruddock (Dir., Bureau of Retirement and Insurance, U.S. Civil Service Commission) & Robert C. Goodwin (Administrator, Bureau of Employment Security, Dept. of Labor) re/ "the question of a retiring employee's entitlement to unemployment compensation benefits" and eligibilty to work based on California law; and copies for Nov. 26 & Dec. 8, 1965  of the Dept. of Labor's  "Memorandum To Editors" re/ fresh fruit and vegetable wholesale prices compared to 1964.
Folder 20: Federal Government: Depts. - Labor, Bu. of Employees Comp., 1958-1959Add to your cart.
A collection of nine stapled packets of corresp. Examples are: letters (Nov.-Dec. 1958) from constituent Mrs. Muriel May White, Congressman Wilson & Willam McCauley (Dir., Bureau of Employment Compensation, Dept. of Labor) re/ Wilson's help to Mrs. White's occupational injury claim; letters (Mar. 1959) from Imperial Beach constituent Mr. C.J. Woostenhulme, Congressman Wilson, William McCauley (Dept. of Labor) re/ back and left ankle injuries while working for the Dept. of Agriculture; letters ((Mar.-Ap. 1959) from constituent Ora Graves, Wilson & the Bureau of Employees' Compensation re/ injury while employed at the Naval Air Station, North Island; telegrams, memo and letter (Ap. 1959) re/ "John A. McCary case" and successful compensation; similar constituent cases noted in the remaining packets are: Harold A. Annis (La Mesa); Frank C. Johnson (San Diego); Melvin T. Warwick (San Diego); Herman R. Davis (San Diego); Harold L. Schmuck (San Diego); and Harry E. Bowman (San Diego). All show Wilson and his staff concern for these constituents.
Folder 21: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, Bu. of Employment Com., 1960Add to your cart.
Nine stapled packets of corresp., primarily of letters from constituents, Wilson's replies and those from government agencies. All involve employment for the U.S. Government. Examples are: letters (Jan.- Feb. 1960) from Guy H. Housley, Wilson & Wm. McCauley (Dir., Bu. of Employees' Compensation, Dept.of Labor) re/ injury at work in Sept. 1958, surgical repair at PHS Hospital in San Francisco, Mr. Housley's complaint about not being able to work and rejection by Bureau of further treatment as necessary; letters (June 1959-Jan. 1960) from Henry Grant, Wilson, Wm. McCauley (Dir. Bu. of Employees' Compensation), & copy of "Decision and Order," Docket No. 60-6, issued Jan. 26, 1960 re/ the bureau's rejection of Mr. Grant's coronary medical claim; other claims include -- disability approved for hernia; retiree with injury from fall in 1945 at Naval Air Station was rejected for increased compensation; employee back injury, while working at the Naval Repair Facility in 1959,  had his claim for additional medical care approved; an injury in 1949 resulted in a 1958 claim for disability compensation, but the bureau rejected the claim;  a WW II veteran while employed as an electrician lineman at MCRD was severely injured in a fall and later received approval for outpatient  treatment; a smoke jumper, injured in 1958, received approval for a 10% wage increase; and a widow of an Indian Bureau employee who died in an auto accident in 1936 is unsuccessful in obtaining additional compensation for his death.
Folder 22: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, Bu. of Emp. Com., 1962Add to your cart.
Five stapled packets of corresp. from constituents, Wilson and government agencies. Topics of concern are: lung injury and disability claim; arm injury and partial impairment; back injury and physiotheraphy; commentaries on constituent suggestion for rehabilitation service to permanently disabled Federal employees; and contusion to the left shoulder increases claim for additional treatment.
Folder 23: Federal Government: Depts. -- Labor, Bu. of Emp. Com., 1964-1965Add to your cart.
Six stapled packets of corresp. from constituents, Wilson and government agencies. Topics of concern include -- TB contracted by a nurse employed at Naval Hospital; disability claims for loss of left hand usage; cardiovascular disease claims; pulmonary claim issue resolved for constituent; myocardicac infraction, hospitalization and additional claims; conflicting claims as to an injury that occurred in 1943 while working in Hanford, Washington on a government project; and heart attack of postal employee, work tensions and subsequent claims.
Folder 24: Federal Government: Labor, Union Financial Stmts., 1959-1960Add to your cart.
Letters (8/30/60) from Congressman Wilson and (9/8/60) from Albert L. McDermott (Special Asst. to the Secretary, Dept. of Labor) re/ Wilson's request for copies of financial statements filed under the Landrum-Griffin Act by 11 San Diego Unions.  In this folder are the copies of the financial statements of 9 of these unions as follows: Building Materials and Dump Truck Drivers - Local 36; Building Service Employees Union - Local 102; Cement Masons and Plasters - Local 346; Culinary Alliance and Hotel Service Employees Union - Local 402; Hod Carriers Building and Laborer's Local No. 89; International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Local 1-29; Musicians Association - Local 325; Retail Clerks Union - AFL-CIO; and Waiters and Bartenders Union - Local 500. Missing in the list requested by Wilson were the Carpenters District Council and Local 1300 of the Ship Wrights Boat Builders Union.

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[Box 1: Administrative Files, 1953-1965],
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[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],
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[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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