Finding Aid for the Edmund S. Muskie Papers, Series V: U.S. Senate, Subseries A. Washington Office 1935-1981, bulk 1959-1980 | MC105.05.A | MC105.05.A

Summary Information

Repository
Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library
Creator
Muskie, Edmund S., 1914-1996
Title
Edmund S. Muskie Papers, Series V: U.S. Senate, Subseries A. Washington Office
ID
MC105.05.A
Date [inclusive]
1959-1980
Extent
1121.75 Linear feet 2374 manuscript boxes and 2 index card boxes
General Physical Description note
2374 manuscript boxes and 2 index card boxes
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult archives staff.
Language
English

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Edmund S. Muskie papers, Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library, Bates College.

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Subseries Overview

This subseries, by far the largest set of files in the collelction, consists of files maintained by Muskie's U.S. Senate office sfaff in Washington, D.C. They are organized by congressional session (two-year periods), and thereunder according to the office filing system in use during that session.

Although the contents of files vary from congressional session to session, the file types found in this series are generally the same across sessions, and include:

Case files, which were established on individuals who sought the intercession of the Senate office in dealing with a federal agency. These are similar to the requests handled by caseworkers in Muskie's state offices in Maine and documented in Subseries B. The case files are generally arranged by federal agency to which the case was referred and thereunder in alphabetical order by name of individual. Agencies with the most case files include the Department of Defense (military case files and military academy files), Department of Justice (immigration files), Social Security Administration, Veterans Administration, and the Farmers Home Administration. Depending on the system in use for that year, case files may or may not include academy files, which document applicants and Muskie's nominees to the U.S. military academies. Case and academy files are currently closed to researchers except in cases where the researcher is the subject of the file, or where the subject of the file is known to be deceased.

Correspondence files, including all incoming and outgoing correspondence. The correspondence files are frequently co-filed with case files, legislative files, project files, and legislative files. The file system evolved somewhat from session to session, but often included a master alphabetical file of all outgoing correspondence, files organized by office function (e.g., administrative, public relations), Muskie personal files, and files organized by topic or federal agencies. Later correspondence files also include "Robo" and "MTST" letters - standardized statements that could be generated by electric typewriter and sent in response to constituent correspondence.

Legislative files, which document bills that Muskie sponsored or his office tracked. These files frequently contain correspondence with constituents and public officials, background documentation, and staff memoranda on specific pieces of legislation. They are distinct from the sponsorship/cosponsorship files noted below in that they generally pertain to bills which were handled by committees on which Muskie served or in which Muskie or his staff took a great interest, but which he did not necessarily sponsor or cosponsor. In some sessions, especially the later ones, the legislative files were included in the main file code system, and so may be found under correspondence. Personal files of Muskie or his staffers, which have been retained as separate file sets. Individuals for whom files exist include administrative assistants Donald E. Nicoll, Leon G. Billings, John T. McEvoy, Charles J. Micoleau and Maynard J. Toll, Jr., legislative assistant James W. Case, and chief counsel Peter N. Kyros, Jr.

Political files, which were established to document and keep track of both Muskie's campaign-related activities, as well as the campaigns of Democratic office seekers in Maine and Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate seats from other states. When a large set of these files pertained to a particular campaign, they have been moved to the appropriate subseries within series VI. Political Campaigns, for researcher convenience.

Press files, which contain news releases that Muskie's Senate office issued, press clippings on Muskie's activities, position statements on various national or international issues, periodical articles and editorials by Muskie, and typescripts of Muskie's speeches.

Project files, which are similar to individual case files in that they deal with requests to the Senate office for intercession with a federal agency. In these instances, however, a local or state official in Maine, rather than a private citizen, requested assistance, usually with a federally managed or funded projects in the state. Project files usually do not appear as a separate set of files, but are a type of file integrated into the correspondence or case files.

Resource files, which were collected as reference files for the office staff. The Resource files are often similar in organization to - sometimes indiscernible from - the correspondence files, except that they generally do not contain correspondence. Whenever resource files have been identified as belonging to a particular staff member or office division, that information has been retained. However, the identities of many of the resource files' creators have been lost.

Scheduling files, which contain correspondence related to Muskie's personal schedule. The files are usually in chronological order by date of proposed event.

Sponsorship/cosponsorship files, which document bills that Muskie sponsored or cosponsored. The files are organized by bill number or, occasionally, alphabetically by Senate committee that worked on the bill, or type of bill (House bill, joint bill, etc.).

Subseries Arrangement

The Washington Office subseries is dividied into chronological sub-subseries based on congressional session. In addition, there is a miscellaneous sub-subseries consisting of file sets that are undated or span Muskie's entire Senate career.

At the end of each congressional session, Muskie's staff shipped the files to a federal records center and started a new set of records, although they usually kept a limited number of files for reference.

Original file system structures used during each session, which were frequently jumbled during storage and shipping, have been recreated to the extent possible. Copies of the office file code systems have been found for 1971-1979, and have been used to reconstruct the files as they probably existed in the office. The file organizational structure presented here for 1959-1970 is based on the numerical codes written on the files, and on discussion with Don Nicoll, Muskie's administrative assistant from 1962-1971.

Whenever a file or set of files overlaps two congressional sessions, it has been arranged with the records from the latest session documented therein.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library

70 Campus Avenue
Lewiston, Maine, 04240
207-786-6354
muskie@bates.edu

Access Restrictions

Materials may be stored in a separate building. Please discuss your research needs with staff ahead of your visit, if possible.

Copyright Notice

The collection is the physical property of Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library. Bates College holds literary rights only for material created by College personnel working on official behalf of the College, or for material which was given to the College with such rights specifically assigned. For all other material, literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Researchers are responsible for obtaining permission from rights holders for publication or other purposes that exceed fair use.

Processing Information

Processed by Archives Staff

Encoded by Michelle Belden, 2013

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Collection Inventory

1. Frank M. Coffin congressional files 1957-1961   4.5 Linear feet 10 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content note

This sub-subseries consists of case, project and legislative files collected by Rep. Frank M. Coffin, a close friend of Muskie and a fellow Democrat who represented Maine's Second Congressional District from 1957 to 1961. Upon leaving the U.S. Congress, Coffin gave the files to Muskie because they related to ongoing matters affecting Maine. The files deal with fisheries, a small medical clinics bill, U.S. Army Corps of Engineer projects in Maine, post office construction and staffing, and the proposed Passamaquoddy Hydroelectric Power Project in eastern Maine.

Arrangement note

Files are arranged according to Congressman Coffin's office's topic-based filing system, although only those files given to Muskie are represented here, not the complete filing structure.

Agriculture 

Forestry 

Box

Maine Forest Products Council   

1

H.R. 12008: Forestry Research 966 

1

Forest Research 1958-1960  

1

Maine Wood Industry – Economic Resources 1957-1959 

1

Maine Economic Resources – Maine Wood Products – Special Research Project 1959 

1

Other (Agriculture) 

Box

930 H.R. 6303: Soil Bank Bill 

1

Farmer Coops 1959 

1

Maine: Agricultural Organizations – Farm Forum 1956-1958 

1

Maine Forest Service 1957-1959 

1

Fisheries/Lobster   

Antitrust 

Box

Fisheries, Lobster Clippings (on Antitrust Suit) 050.103 (2 folders) 

1

Antitrust Bill 968 

2

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee – S. 3530 Amend Fisheries Cooperative Marketing Act 1957-1958 

2

Fisheries Extension Service 

Box

730 Merchant Marine and Fisheries / Loans and Subs. 

2

H.R. 10846: Fisheries Extension Service   

2

Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce – Fisheries Extension Legislation 1958 

2

Other (Fisheries/Lobster) 

Box

Saltonstall-Kennedy Act [grant program] 

2

Fisheries, Lobster Clippings 

41308

H.R. 3023: Lobster Bill 954 

3

Effect of Radioactive Materials on Shellfish 

3

Special Lobster Research   

3

Healthcare/Small Clinics Bill [Hill-Burton] 

Box

The Unmet Needs in Medical Care of Rural People State of Maine   

3

Hill-Burton, Rural Health   

3

Small Clinics Bill – Correspondence (2 folders) 

41337

Mr. Coffin's Bills, Speeches and Testimonies 1954-1958 (3 folders) 

4

Taxation of Contributions   

4

Legislation (3 folders) 

4

Publications 

Box

George St. J. Perrott and Maryland Y. Pennell, Health Manpower Chart Book (Public Health Service Publication No. 511, 1957); Hospital Construction Act Amendments [Subcommittee Hearings] (May 5-8,1958); Public Health Reports, 70 (July 1955) 

5

Maryland Y. Pennell and Marion E. Altenderfer, Health Manpower Source Book (Public Health Service Publication No. 263, Section 4, 1954) 

5

John R. McGibony and Helen L. Johnson, "Prospects for Rural Health Care," Rural Sociology, 19 (December 1954), 337-348; The Journal of The Maine Medical Association, 49 (May 1958). 

5

Immigration/Department of Justice 

Box

General/Cases 

5

Erica Hornstein   

5

Canadian Workers to Maine 1959-1960 

5

Miscellaneous Legislation 

Box

H.R. 8859: FMC's Liquor Tax   

5

Banking and Currency Bill 1959 

5

Oil 

Box

Before the Royal Commission on Energy, A Submission by the British American Oil Corporation Limited at Calgary, Alberta, May 1958 

5

Oil Imports 

5-7

Interior Department – Oil 1960 

7

Post Office – Projects and Cases 

Box

West Rockport Post Office   

7

Winslow Post Office Building 

7

Rivers and Harbors Projects / Public Works / Army Corps of Engineers 

Box

Androscoggin River   

7

Cutler Project 

7

Damariscotta   

8

Monhegan Island Rivers and Harbors   

8

Monhegan Island   

8

Monhegan - Addressed Labels and Correspondence 

8

Monhegan Testimony (2 folders) 

8

New Harbor, Harbor Dredging Project   

8

Owls Head Harbor Dredging Project 

8

Round Pond Harbor   

8

South Bristol Harbor Dredging Project   

9

Department of Defense: Navy/ Harpswell Causeway 1958-1959 

9

Department of Defense: Navy/Harpswell 1956-1960 

9

Maine Subject – Water [Hydroelectric Power] 1955-1956 

9

Army Corps of Engineers 1957-1960 

41527

Army Department – Corps of Engineers 1959-1960  

10

Other (Frank M. Coffin) 

Box

Administrative (includes list of bills introduce by FMC and files on vacating office) 

1

Social Security Case : Harriet Simpson [R] 

10

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2. 86th Congress (1959-1960)   1.5 Linear feet 3 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content note

Only a few files exist from Muskie's first term in the U.S. Senate. Most of these are press files containing copies of speeches and Muskie newsletters, and a few are related to his 1959 trip to Russia.

Arrangement note

This sub-subseries is organized by file type.

Resource and Correspondence Files 

Box

Maine Congressional Delegation [1959] 

11

St. Lawrence Seaway Visit  [1959] 

11

ESM Birthday Greetings 1960   

11

Lyndon Johnson, Senator 1958-1960 

11

List of Legislation Sponsored and Cosponsored 1959-1960 

11

Summary analysis of Muskie’s accomplishments as Governor of Maine, prepared by Marjorie Hutchinson 1960 

11

Misc. Correspondence 1959-1960 

11

Press Files 

Box

Speeches 1959 and/or 1960 - no date or place of delivery 

11

1959 Speech Books - Book No. 1, January 28 to June 5 

11

1959 Speech Books - Book No. 2, July 4 to December 30 

12

Newsletters 1959 

12

1960 Speech Books 

12

Letters to Maine 1960 

13

USSR Trip Sept. 18 – Oct. 2, 1959 

Box

Official Correspondence 

13

Family/personal correspondence* 

13

ESM Diaries (2), Sept. 18-25 and Sept. 26 – Oct. 2, 1959 

13

Official trip brochure/itinerary 

13

Russian Publications, appear to be re: public works projects 

13

A Report on USSR Electric Power Developments 1958-1959 by Edison Electric Institute 

13

[Typed summary of trip, including transcripts of conversations, lists of participants, itineraries, etc.] 

13

Public Works Committee, Galleys of Soviet Report 1960 

13

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3. 87th Congress, 1961-1962   16.5 Linear feet 35 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content note

This sub-subseries includes the following types of files from the 87th Congressional Session: Press Files, Legislative Files, Correspondence/Resource Files including a large number of patronage files, and a small number of miscellaneous files.

Arrangement note

This sub-subseries is organized by file type.

Correspondence and Resource files 

001 Invitations [Scheduling] 1962 

Box

January  - April (7 folders) 

14

May - July (7 folders) 

15

September – December (6 folders) 

16

001 ESM Personal Correspondence 

Box

K – L (2 folders) 

16

M – Z (11 folders) 

17

Camp Boyland Naples, Maine   

17

010 A. Washington Office 

Box

General   

17

Interoffice Memos 

17

Maine State Society   

18

Huse, Robert : Personal Correspondence  1961-1962 

18

100 Finance Committee 

Box

Trade Materials, General 1961-1965 (3 folders) 

18

Trade Expansion Act of 1962 

18

S. 1735 - ESM's Trade Bill 

18-20

H.R. 3668: Informal Entry   

20

Trade Policy and Common Market 

20

Trade Bill 

20-21

S. 1735: Materials on ESM's Import Bill (2 folders) 

21

Special Newsclips on Trade   

21

Trade Bill Materials 


    Box
Mixed Materials   21
    Box
Mixed materials   21-22

Box

Trade Bill Materials (3 folders) 

22

S. 1735 - ESM's Import Bill – Materials (3 folders) 

22-23

[Trade Expansion Act of 1962] 

23

500 Banking and Currency Committee 

Box

S. 1: Area Redevelopment, Correspondence (2 folders) 

23

Meriwether Nomination   

24

Mitchell, George W., Nomination   

24

Weaver Nomination   

24

Economic Indicators   

24

Materials   

24

General Correspondence  (2 folders) 

24

Housing and Home Finance Agency; Department of Housing and Urban Affairs Bill 

Box

Data Book 

24

Supplemental Data Book 

24

Urban Affairs VA Home Loan Program 1962 

24

500 Government Operations Committee 

Box

Statement by ESM (Not Given)   

25

Reorganization and International Organizations  (2 folders) 

25

Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations  (2 folders) 

25

Staff Memos  (2 folders) 

25

Reorganization Plans 

Box

No. 1: Securities and Exchange Commission  

25

No. 2: Federal Communications Commission   

26

No. 3: Civil Aeronautics Board   

26

No. 4: Federal Trade Commission   

26

No. 5: National Labor Relations Board  (3 folders) 

26

No. 7: Maritime   

26

Miscellaneous 

26
Box

General Correspondence   

26

S. 1633 

26-27

Legislative Calendar   

27

Staff Memos 

27

Hearing Schedules 

28

Reorganization Plan No. 1 

28

Reorganization Plan No. 2   

28

In-service Training Bill 

28

Nominations (Includes Tiffany, Boutin) 

28

Designation: Moore, John L. 

28

Organization, Federal Executive Departments: Materials and Correspondence 

28

Civil Defense   

28

Reorganization and International Organization 

28

Permanent [Subcommittee on] Investigations (includes James Hoffa, No. 2) 

29

Subcommittee on National Policy Machinery, Correspondence   

29

Monetary Affairs Subcommittee 

29

Subcommittee on National Security: Staffing and Operations 

29

S. 154: Adjustment of Legislative Jurisdiction   

29

S. 394: Vending Stands for the Blind   

29

S. 529: To Provide for More Effective Evaluation of Fiscal Regulation  

29

S. 542: To Limit the Distribution of Surplus Property under Defense   

29

S. 671: To Study Compensation to Persons Affected by PropertyAcquisition 

29

S. 1069, S. 2119: Amendments to Federal Property and AdministrativeServices Act   

29

Fayscott Landis Building, Dexter, Maine 

29

S. 1497: (Special Subcommittee)   

29

S. 1586: To Provide Method of Payment for RandD Contracted by Government   

29

S. 1842: Reorganization of Federal Power Commission 

29

S. 2125   

30

S. 2159   

30

H.R. 8100 and S. 2160: Federal Property and Administrative Services Act   

30

S. 2286: (ESM's) Federal Grants-in-aid 

30

S. 3363: Review Application for Grants-in-aid   

30

Miscellaneous Bills and Reports (2 folders) 

30

Materials (Other Than Bills and Reports) 

30

Legislative Changes in the Senate   

30

Hearings on Missile Program, Work Stoppage   

30

Work Stoppage at Missile Bases   

30

Gambling and Organized Crime 

30

[S.] 1497: Cheli Air Force Base (2 folders) 

31

From Senate Document Room (ESM-sponsored Bills)   

31

Sol Estes Investigation 

Box

General Correspondence   

31

Issues and Answers   

31

Materials 

31-32

Newspaper Accounts 

32

Statement of Orville Freeman 

32

Preliminary Inquiry...and Testimony   

33

Chronology and Questions   

33

Materials 

33

Estes Investigation, September 14, 1962 (4 folders) 

33

500 ACIR [Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations] 

Box

January-December 1961 (2 folders) 

34

Speech by Sen. Smathers, August 18, 1961 

34

Hummel Appointment 1961 

34

Informative Materials 

34-35

January-December 1962 

35

December 13-14, 1962 

36

500 Public Works 

Box

General Correspondence   

36

Committee Correspondence   

36

Materials (2 folders) 

36

S. 2296 - National Aquarium 

36

S. 374 - Northeastern Water and Related Land Resources Compact (ESM's bill) 

37

Billboard Control Legislation 

37

Rivers and Harbors Subcommittee 

37

Water Pollution Control 1962 

37

Subcommittee on Public Roads: Correspondence   

37

S. 856 - Delaware River Basin Compact (1961)   

37

Knowles Dam (2 folders) 

37

Searsport Harbor S. 3578   

37

Maine Projects 

Box

Bagaduce River 

38

General 1961-1962 

38

Materials Only 1961 

38

Passagassawakeag River 1961 

38

Narraguagus River 1962 

38
Box

Omnibus Bill (Rivers and Harbors) 1962 

38

S. 2965: Accelerated Works 1962 (2 folders) 

38

Airport Construction 1961 

38

Quoddy and Allagash Speeches 1959-1964 

38

730 Interior 

Box

Muskie-Udall Trip (Quoddy Trip) 1962 

39

Letter from Percival Baxter about Muskie and Udall visit 1962 

39

Clippings 1962 

39

IJC Quoddy (Frontier Week) 1961 

39

Hydroelectric Power – Russian-American Visits 1962-1963 

39

850 Maine Politics 1960-1961 

Box

ESM handwritten notes on meetings with local Maine representatives, etc. c.1961 * 

41

Draft Maine Democratic Party Platform May 11, 1962 

41

Correspondence 1961 

41

Other (correspondence and resource files) 

Box

Book of Sample/Model ESM Response Letters 1962   

14

010 District Office 1962-Waterville Office Weekly Summaries Commencing April 14, 1962 

17

050 University of Maine Research Project 1962 

18

050 Maine Economics 1959-1960 

18

150 Democratic Policy Committee 

23

150 Select Committee to Investigate Improper Activities in Labor-management Relations 1960 

23

150 Select Committee on National Water Resources 1960 

23

150 Special Committee on Unemployment Problems   

23

350 International Joint Commission – Passamaquoddy 1958-1960 [see also 800] 

23

550 New England Delegation 

38-39

700 Executive: White House/President 

39

735 Agriculture Department-Rural Water Systems 1961 

39

[750 Health, Education and Welfare] includes Aids for the Deaf 1962 and Audio Visual Education 1958-1962 

39-41

800 IJC (International Joint Commission) [see also 350] - Passamaquoddy (Newsletter Comments) 1961 

41

1962 Voting Record: 87th Congress, 2nd Session (3 folders) 

41

List of legislation sponsored or cosponsored 1961-1962 

41

Case files 

Box

710 Treasury Department-Collector of Customs (Patronage) : Cases A-Z [R] 

42

720 Justice Department (includes U.S. Attorney, U.S. Marshall) 

42

735 Agriculture Department-Farmers Home Administration – State Director (Patronage) [R] 

42

800 Federal Housing Administration (includes State Director (patronage), general, cases 

42

Federal Agencies – General [R] 

42

Berghold, William F., Assistant Secretary, Dept of Agriculture [R] 

42

Campbell, Harold A., Federal Housing Administration [R]   

42

Clifford, Bert, A.S.C. [R] 

42

Colbath, Kenneth [R] 

42

Comee, Edgar [R] 

43

Crotty, Peter J. [R] 

43

Dever, Francis J., Treasury (New England Regional Commission) [R] 

43

Hart, Ronald A., Veterans Administration [R] 

43

Linowitz, Sol, Department of State - United Nations [R] 

43

McMahon, Richard J. [R] 

43

Oliver, James, International Joint Commission [R] 

43

Pert, Edwin, Confidential Assistant [R] 

43

Reagan, Thomas J., Farmers Home Administration - Attorney [R] 

43

Sanders, Walter, Tariff Commission [R] 

43

Tapley, Henry, Agriculture [R] 

43

Watson, Thomas J., Jr., FAA [R] 

43

Williams, Maurice, Bureau of the Budget [R] 

43

Young, Ancil [R] 

43

Press files 

Box

Speech Books 1961 

44-45

Weekly News Reports and Letters to Maine 1960-1961 

45

Speech Books 1962 

45-48

Letters to Maine [Newsletters] 1962 

48

Maine Political Yearbook [Republican Party publication]1962 

48

Messages and Addresses of President John F. Kennedy 1961-1962 

48

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4. 88th Congress, 1963-1964   49.5 Linear feet 104 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content note

This sub-subseries includes the following types of files from the 88th Congressional Session: correspondence/resource/case files (which include legislative files), political files, press files, scheduling files, roll call voting records, sponsorship/cosponsorship files, and a small number of miscellaneous files.

Of particular interest in this subseries are the legislative committee files (categorized as 500s in the file system), which include correspondence, reports and related records on legislation being considered by the Senate Public Works Committee, which crafted federal environmental protection bills, and the Senate Government Operations Committee, which conducted the Billie Sol Estes investigation. The Government Operations Committee files also contain documents related to the proposed Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project in eastern Maine.

Arrangement note

This sub-subseries is arranged by file type.

Correspondence, Resource and Case Files 

001 Muskie Personal 

Box

Requests for Contributions, Committees, Chairmanships, etc. 

49

Correspondence with Mrs. Lewis J. Griffin re: paintings [donated by Ms. June L. Griffin in 2008] 

49

A – Z 

49

010 A. Washington Office 

Box

General 

50

Condolences 

50

Thank You (3 folders) [Weeded] 

50

Interns – General [Weeded] 

50

Hill Patronage / Job Assistance [Weeded] 

50

Invitation to Mrs. Kennedy 1964 

50

Interoffice Memos 

50

Senate Youth Program 

50

Visitors to Washington (2 folders) 

50

Muskie Reception January 23, 1964 (3 folders) 

51

030 General 

Box

D – J (7 folders) 

51

K – R (9 folders) 

52

S – Z (4 folders) 

53

050 Maine 

Box

General   

53

Aeronautics Commission   

53

Department of Agriculture – General   

53

Adjutant General 

53

Attorney General   

53

Anthracite Coal Needs   

53

State Chamber of Commerce 

53

Central Maine Power Company   

53

Department of Economic Development (includes Maine Products Show, New Industries for Maine (South Portland Engineers) 

54

Education 

Box

Bates 

54

Bowdoin College Art Show   

54

University of Maine   

54

Education Department, General [R] 

54
Box

Employment Security Commission [R] (includes Jack Furco [R]) 

54

Forest Service [R] 

54

Geological Survey   

54

Health and Welfare (includes Sun Rest Nursing Home [R]) 

54

Pineland Hospital (2 folders) [R] 

55

Cases (2 folders) [R] 

55

Pineland [Hospital]: Parker Speed 

55

Highway Commission (includes John H. Roach [R]) 

55

The Economic Feasibility of the Personal Income Tax for Maine   

55

Industrial Development Commission   

55

Industrial Accident Commission [R] 

55

Inland Fisheries and Game   

55

Justice   

55

Labor, General 

55

Maine Medical Board 

55

Maritime Academy 

56

Publicity 

56

Public Utilities [R] - Howland-Enfield Board of Trade (Inquiry re: Federal Assistance)   

56

Public Utilities [R] - New England Telephone 

56

Patronage Jobs and Appointments 

56

Maine Port Authority 

56

Sea and Shore Fisheries 

56

Secretary of State [R] 

56

State Park Commission 

56

State Police 

56

Voting   

56

World Trade Council   

56

York County Project; Committee on Aging  

56

500 ACIR 

Box

The Role of Equalization in Federal Grants   

56

"Performance of Urban Functions: Local and Areawide (2 folders) 

56-57

"Metropolitan Social and Economic Disparities: Implications for Intergovernmental Relations in Central Cities and Suburbs"   

57

500 Administrative Conference of the U.S. 

Box

General (2 folders) 

57

Committee on License and Authorizations, Parts 1 and 2   

57

Committee on Information and Education 

58

Statistical Data [Relating to Administrative Proceedings]   

58

Interparliamentary Council   

58

500 Government Operations 

Box

General Correspondence   

58

Materials (2 folders) 

58

Committee Memos   

58-59

Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations 

Box

Memos and Statements 1963-1964 

59

Nike Investigation 

59

TFX Investigation (3 folders) 

60

Valachi Investigation and Hearings 

60

Misappropriation of Aid to Iran 

61
Box

ASCAP and Pinky Herman   

61

S. 816: Commission on Science and Technology (2 folders) 

61

Subcommittee on National Security (3 folders) 

61

Reorganization and International Organizations 

62

Special Subcommittee on Pesticides   

62

Subcommittee on National Policy Machinery, Materials   

62

Sale of C-74 Planes   

62

Mitchell Field   

62

Cheli Air Force Depot   

62

Nike Missile Site at Limestone  

62

S. 815: Jurisdiction over Federal Areas in States (2 folders) 

62

General 

62

S. Con. Res. 1: Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress 

62

S. 345: Hawaii Housing Authority 

62

S. 537: Joint Committee on the Budget 

62

Urban Affairs Bill (1963) 

63

S. 1093: Anti-government Competition   

63

S. 1543: Allow Federal Government to Employ Detective Agencies 

63

S. 2046: Establish Office of Community Development 

63

H.R. 6237: Publish and Preserve Documents Relating to U.S. History 

63

S. 915: Development of Metropolitan Areas   

63

S. 2114: Periodic Congressional Review of Federal Grants 

63-64

Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations 

Box

Subcommittee Meetings 

64

Materials (3 folders) 

64

Correspondence, General   

65

David B. Walker, Staff Director   

65

Memos   

65

Subcommittee Report on Disposal of Ellis Island 

65

500 Public Works Committee  

Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution 

Box

Senator's Copies of Correspondence  (6 folders) 

65

General 

65

Air Pollution (includes correspondence, bills, reports, S.432, H.R. 6518, S. 432) 

66-67

Water Pollution (includes S. 649, correspondence, summary of provisions, house-senate conference, bills, drafts, reports, studies) 

67-69

Air and Water Pollution Robo Letters (October 15, 1963)   

70

Air Pollution Hearings June 24-25, 1964 

70

1964 Field Hearings 

70

1963 Water Pollution Control Materials (2 folders) 

70

Water Pollution; Shellfish Research Award 

70

Mississippi River Fishkill,  Pesticides 

70

Water Pollution – Detergents 

71

[Report on Pollution of the Lower Mississippi River] 1964 

71
Box

[Report on St. Croix River, Minnesota] 1964 

71

S. 2782 Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1964 (2 folders) 

71

Maine Projects – Damariscotta River   

71

Rivers and Harbors Subcommittee   

71

Saco River Project   

71

Hills Beach 

71

S. 2882: Rivers and Harbors Improvement Bill (ESM's bill) 

72

Special Subcommittee on Accelerated Public Work Extension   

72

Portland Harbor Materials   

72

General Correspondence   

72

Committee Memos   

72

John F. Kennedy Cultural Center; S. 2341, S.J. Res. 136 1963 

72

Materials 

72

Executive Session, May 28, 1964   

73

S. 1147 Forest Development Roads and Trails   

73

Subcommittee on Public Building 

73

Rivers and Harbors; Ohio River Flood Control 

73

1964 Omnibus Bill   

73

Kennebunk River 1962 

73

Special Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution; Correspondence from ESM Office 

73

Water Pollution, S. 649: Letter to Governors as a Result of Cooper Letter 1963 

73

Portsmouth Harbor and Piscataqua River 1962 

73

Air and Water Pollution; Speeches, Statements, etc. 

73

Corps of Engineers; Proposed Civil Works Programs FY 1965   

73

H.R. 12900: Appropriations Bill 1962 

73

Air Pollution Control Materials, General   

74

Air Pollution Clippings 1963-1964 

74

Water Pollution Materials (1961-1962)   

74

Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project 

Box

Report on Study Proposal 1950 and Press Releases 1964 

74

Power Project Photos [Illustrations/slides on Passamaquoddy] 

74

University of Maine and Canadian Correspondence (2 folders) 

74

Johnson-Pearson Meetings January 22, 1964 

74

Eastport High School Letters 

74

News Release List   

74

Support   

74

Criticism 

74

Important Federal Letters (3 folders) 

75

Quoddy [Press Releases]   

75

General Correspondence (3 folders) 

75

[Press Clippings] July 1963 (Out of State) 

75

Maine Correspondence – Non-official (2 folders) 

76

Support Petitions (2 folders) 

76

Materials 

76-79

Maine Correspondence – Official   

76

Fredericton, N.B., Gleaner   

77

Poverty Stricken Area   

77

Fort Kent Meeting 4/16/64 

77

Reed's Public Information Conference 5/21/64 

77

Fisheries   

77

Citizens' Committee   

77

730 Interior: Power Development: General   

77

Quoddy [Miscellaneous Materials] (2 folders) 

77

Udall Meeting 12/19/63 

77

Senator's Speeches 

77

Copies of Letters to Congressman McIntire - Taken on '63 Trip   

77

Inspection Trip August 1963 (2 folders) 

77

Inspection Trip August 1963 

78

News Releases and Clippings (4 folders) 

78

New York World's Fair 

79

550 New England Senators Conference 

Box

General   

79

April 1965 Meeting with New England Governors 

79-80

Secretary's File - Mr. Nicoll (2 folders) 

80

July 7, 1964, Meeting   

80

12 Mile Fishing Limit   

80

Freight Rates (2 folders) 

80

The New Englander   

80

Residual Oil Import Controls 

80

New England Council   

80

Maine Sugar Beet Application 

80

February 6, 1964, Meeting - Canceled 

80

U.S. Department of Labor – Machine Tool Industry Wage Determination 

80

Transportation   

80

Railroad and Airline Problems   

81

New England Air Transportation – Fairchild F-27 

81

Internal Revenue Service Reorganization   

81

March 7, 1963, Meeting 

81

March 14, 1963, Meeting 

81

April 4, 1963 Meeting (Canceled)   

81

May 2, 1963 Meeting   

81

June 6, 1963 Meeting  

81

June 27, 1963 Meeting - CAB   

82

June 24, 1963 Meeting with Undersecretary of Agriculture Murphy   

82

August 7, 1963 Meeting - Canceled   

82

September 5, 1963 Meeting - Canceled   

82

October 3, 1963 Meeting   

82

November 14, 1963 Meeting - Senator Kennedy, Host 

82

December 5, 1963 Meeting - Senator McIntyre, Host   

82

"Mass Transportation in Massachusetts"   

82

Possible Meeting, December 18 or 19 - Mass Transit Proposals 

82

March 12, 1964 Meeting 

82

550 Maine Delegation 1961-1964 

Congressional Record Inserts 

Box

Clifford McIntire 1959-1962 

82

Peter Garland 1962 

82

Stanley Tupper [1962] 

82

Margaret Chase Smith 1962-1963 

82
Box

Peter Garland   

82

Clifford McIntire   

82

Stanley Tupper   

82

General – 87th Congress   

82

Democratic State Committee – 87th Congress 

82

Proposals 1961 

82

ESM's Voting Record – 86th Congress [1960] 

82

Northeast Airlines 

82-83

Margaret Chase Smith   

83

Meeting Feb. 6, 1961, ESM Chairman 

83

600 Public Relations 

Box

General Correspondence 1963 (3 folders) 

83

General 

83-84

Comments on Speeches   

84

Comments on Newsletters   

84

Incoming Newsletters   

84

Magazines   

84

Mailing List - Portsmouth Naval Yard Maine Personnel   

84

Newspapers 

84

Guest Editorials   

85

Radio   

85

T.V.   

85

Mailing List  (5 folders) 

85

Special Projects (2 folders) 

86

Correspondence Relative to Speeches – 1963 

86

Article for Saturday Review 1964 

86

Article for Science and Mechanics (Water Pollution) 1964 

86

Magazines 1963 

86

700 Executive 

Box

General   

86

Liaison: General (2 folders) 

86

Invitation to Luci Johnson, Rockland Teen Dance   

86

Kennedy Cultural Center 

86

Bureau of Budget 

87

President   

87

Kennedy Memorial Library, Film on U.S.   

87

Office of Economic Opportunity, General Materials 

87

Condolence (4 folders) 

87

Poverty Legislation 

87

Office of Emergency Planning   

87

Economic Opportunity Act 

87

Physical Fitness   

88

Special Representative for Trade Negotiations 

88

Status of Women 

88

Executive Youth Projects   

88

President's Task Force on Poverty   

88

President Kennedy's Visit to Maine, Oct. 1963 

88

705 State   

Box

AID, General (2 folders) 

88

Liaison [R] 

88

Disarmament (3 folders) 

88

Asian Countries (2 folders) 

89

Europe   

89

Secretary (2 folders) [R] 

89

Visas (2 folders) [R] 

89

Canadian-American Relations: Meeting of Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group January 1964 

89

Canadian-American Relations: Buy American Act, Fraser Paper Co., Ltd.   

90

Aid, Rural Areas Associates   

90

Africa   

90

Ditchley Conference [Anglo-American] 1963-1965 

90

Educational and Cultural Affairs 

91

Foreign Service   

91

Foreign Policy (4 folders) 

91

Foreign Affairs; Morocco, Bahai Faith   

91

Communism   

91

Liaison   

91

Soviet Union   

91

Passport Office 

91

Trade: Kennedy Round Common Market, European Free Trade Association 1963-1965 (2 folders) 

91

Liaison 

Box

Philip C. Plummer (Job Assist) [R] 

92

Robert L. Thompson [R] 

92

World's Fair Position: Michele Ann LaVerdiere [R] 

92
Box

Latin America (incl. Cuba) (2 folders) 

92

U.S.-Mexico Interparliamentary Meeting 1963 (2 folders) 

92

United Nations   

92

Peace Corps Training Center: University of Maine   

92

Peace Corps [R] 

92

Peace Corps [R] 

93

Visas 

Box

Jorge Curiel Morejon, Ruiz de Zarate Mas, and Matilde Ruiz Crespo [R] 

93

Dr. Alroy Chow [R] 

93

Alexander Craig [R] 

93

710 Treasury 

Box

Customs [R] 

93

Secretary [R] 

93

Internal Revenue Service [R] 

93

Liaison [R] 

93

Coast Guard [R] 

93

General 

93-94

715 Department of Defense 

Box

General (2 folders) 

94

Secretary 

94

Dow Air Force Base   

94

Westbrook Celebration Request for Band   

94

Military Band for Bath   

94

Certificates of Service [R] 

94

Civil Defense   

95

Bliss-Portland   

95

Contracts (2 folders) 

95

Surplus Property 

95

National Guard   

95

USO Tours   

95

Air Force 

Box

General   

95

Secretary   

95

Liaison (includes Barriault, Dr. Roland) [R] 

95-96

Navy 

Box

General   

96

Bureau of Ships   

96

Portsmouth-Kittery Naval Shipyard and Dow AFB (3 folders) 

96
Box

Marine Corps - General   

96

Marine Corps - Liaison (includes Robert James, David Nielson) [R] 

96

Army 

Box

General   

97

Contracts: Pine Tree Trailers 

97

Liaison A-Z (5 folders) [R] 

97

Corps of Engineers-General   

97

Corps of Engineers-Liaison 

97-98

Corps of Engineers-Carvers Harbor 

98

Corps of Engineers-Kennebunk Dredging   

98

Corps of Engineers-Machinery Inc. of Maine   

98

Corps of Engineers-St. John River Flood Control Program   

98

Corps of Engineers-Monhegan Island Breakwater   

98

Corps of Engineers-Narraguagus River Flood Control Project   

98

Corps of Engineers-Portsmouth Harbor and Piscataqua River   

98

Corps of Engineers-Searsport Harbor 

98

Corps of Engineers-Swift and Androscoggin Rivers   

99

Navy 

Box

Liaison, General [R] 

99

Request for Ships to Visit   

99

Launching of the U.S.S. Josephus Daniels   

99

Liaison (includes Raymond Austin- Commandeered Ships [R] and Rev. Herbert L. Reid] 

99-100

Portsmouth Invitation to President for May 12, 1964 

100

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (5 folders) 

100

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (3 folders) 

101

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard-Cutback, Investigation Request, etc. (2 folders) 

101

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard-Overhaul of the George Washington   

101

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard-Frederick J. Haase 

101

720 Justice 

Box

Bureau of Prisons, General and Cases [R] 

101

Immigration and Naturalization Service 

Box

General [R] 

101

New Citizens [Weeded] 

101

Cases [R] 

101

Eastport 

101
Box

Liaison   

102

Civil Rights   

102

Federal Bureau of Investigation [R] 

102

General (2 folders) 

102

Deputy Marshall 

Box

Bisset [R] 

102

Conley [R] 

102

Curran [R] 

102

Goode [R] 

102

Labree [R] 

102

Lindsay [R] 

102

McInnis [R] 

102

Meserve [R] 

102

Punsky [R] 

102

Seguino [R] 

102

Wilson [R] 

102
Box

Assistant U.S. Marshall Position, General 

102

725 Post Office 

Box

General (2 folders) 

102

Cape Elizabeth 

102

Mail Handlers at Commercial St.   

103

Postmaster General 

103

Carrier Regulations   

103

Bureau of Personnel [R] 

103

Commemorative Stamps   

103

Relocation of Accounting Division, Boston Regional Office 

103

Accelerated Business Collection and Delivery (ABCD)   

103

General   

103

Bureau of Facilities 

Box

General   

103

List of Proposed New Buildings   

103

Alfred   

103

Bethel  

103

Brunswick   

104

Bryant Pond   

104

Calais 

104

Caribou   

104

Castine   

104

Gorham   

104

Greenville   

104

Harrison   

104

Kezar Falls 

104

Kingfield   

104

Limerick   

104

Lisbon   

104

Locke Mills   

104

Madison 

104

Matinicus Island   

104

Mount Vernon   

104

North Edgecomb   

104

Pittsfield   

104

Scarborough   

104

Sebago Lake   

104

Unity   

104

West Peru   

104

Woodland   

104

Yarmouth  

104
Box

Commemorative Stamps - Boothbay Bicentennial 

104

Commemorative Stamps - John F. Kennedy Memorial Stamp 

104

Label-Envelope Suggestion  

104

General Delivery Service   

105

Flags for New Post Office Dedications   

105

Obscene Literature   

105

Parcel Post 

105

Issuance of Receipts for Stamps 

105

Portland Post Office (working conditions, sub-station, management) 

105

Committee to Study Revision of Transportation in Maine 

105

Star Route Problems 

Box

Eaton, Martin (Bath-Small Point) 

105

Gilbert, Lauren (Auburn-Farmington) 

105

Belgrade (Webster, H.C.) 

105

Shapleigh (Burnell, L.P., carrier) 

105
Box

Job Assistance (includes Perry, Robert [R] and Bean, Beulah E. [R.] 

106

730 Interior 

Box

Liaison [R]   

107

Secretary, General 

107

Fish and Wildlife Service (3 folders) 

107

Information Received from Liaison   

107

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries   

107

Bureau of Mines   

107

Geological Survey   

107

Oil Spillage Damage: Friendship   

107

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation   

107

Bureau of Indian Affairs   

108

National Park Service   

108

Allagash (4 folders) 

108

Conservation: Saco River 

108

Water Resources 

108

Residual Fuel – Letter to the President 

108

735 Agriculture 

Box

Passamaquoddy   

108

Farmers Home Administration: Cases [R]   

109

Liaison   

109

Forest Service: Evergreen Valley   

109

Cotton Policy Staff   

109

Forest Service   

109

FHA: John Findlen [R] 

109

Agriculture Research Service   

109

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service   

109

Commodity Credit Corporation 

109

Farmers Home Administration, General 

109

Rural Areas Development   

109

Soil Conservation: Small Watershed Program   

109

Potato Problems 

109

Rural Electrification Administration   

109

Meat Inspection   

109

Livestock and Dairy Staff   

109

Foreign Agriculture Service: Export Program   

109

Maine Potato Council   

110

Potato Diversion   

110

Grain Policy Staff and Poultry 

110

Office of Information   

110

Sale of Wheat to Russia   

110

Soil Conservation Service   

110

Surplus Food Program   

110

Secretary (3 folders) 

110

740 Commerce Department 

Area Redevelopment Administration (1964-1965) 

Box

General (2 folders) 

112

Biddeford-Saco-Sanford County/Cyrus Hamlin 

113

Technical Assistance – Fishing Revitalization Project, Hancock 

113

Technical Assistance for New England Shoe Industry 

113

Materials (2 folders) 

113

Mattawamkeag Area 

113

Kezar Falls – Robinson Manufacturing Company 

113

Potato Service, Inc. - Presque Isle 

113

Summaries   

113

Maine Projects – Lightweight Aggregate 

113

Maine Projects – Lightweight Aggregate 

114

Cases A-Z   

114

Maine Projects and Liaison   

114

West Washington Development Corporation (David S. Richie-Smith) 

114

Biddeford-Sanford Possible De-designation and Saco-Lowell Contract 

114

Lewiston-Auburn Designation   

114
Box

General   

114

Bureau of Public Roads   

114

Maine Truckers Association Tour  

114

Maine-Canada Exposition (Scarboro Downs)   

115

Visit of USS Savannah in Maine   

115

Sugar Beets (10 folders) 

115-116

Maritime Administration   

116

Area Redevelopment Administration – Limestone Potato Growers   

116

Standards Division – Lumber Standards   

116

Foreign Trade 

116

Foreign Materials [Imports] 1961-1964 

116

Finance – Shoe Imports 

116

Patent Office: J. Maxwell Susee; Barker-Gunter, Mattern Enterprises 

116

Foreign Trade Zones Board   

116

Foreign Trade – Rose Label Company 

116

745 Labor Department 

Box

Manpower Retraining Materials (3 folders) 

117

Liaison 

117

Wage and Hour Division -- Possible Revocation of Seasonal Exemption for Lumber Industry 

118

Graphic Arts Training Center for Maine 

118

Manpower Retraining   

118

General (2 folders) 

118

Manpower Retraining – Newport Shoe Workers 

118

MDTA Development and Training Center in Androscoggin County   

118

Retraining Program – Sewing Machine Operators, Fort Kent and Biddeford 

118

Wage and Hour Office   

118

Unions 

118

750 Health, Education and Welfare 

Office of Education 

Box

General 

118

Grant Announcements   

119

Baxter School for the Deaf   

119

ETV for Maine   

119

Language Institute for Maine University   

119

Higher Education Facilities Act   

119

Public Health Service 

Box

Job Assist/Transfer for Philip Tomlinson   

119

Grants for Construction of Facilities (H.R. 12) for Teaching Medicine and Dentistry 

119

Public Health Service (2 folders) 

119

Kennebec River (Skowhegan)   

119

Model Water Control Systems 

119

Limestone Wage Rates  

119

Saco Sewer   

120

Penobscot River (Salmon Restoration) 

120
Box

Waiver Review Board [R]   

120

Food and Drug Administration (includes fish flour, Krebiozen) 

120

Miles Memorial Hospital   

120

Division of Air and Water Pollution Control (2 folders) 

120

Public Health Service – Grant for University of Maine to Study Air Pollution (Kraft Odor) 

121

Community Health Project – Bingham Associates Applications  (Cases [R]) 

121

Social Security Administration Liaison - Cases A-Z (6 folders) [R] 

121

Social Security Administration Liaison - General 

121

Public Health Service – Water Pollution – Presumpscot River 

122

Presumpscot River 1959-1963 

122

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation   

122

Vocational Rehabilitation – Pineland Hospital Speech and Hearing Center 

122

Medical Care in the State of Maine: 1956-1962   

122

"Greater Portland Survey of Governmental and Voluntary Health, Welfare and Recreation Services"  (1962) 

122

800 Civil Service Commission 

Box

General   

122

United Fund Campaign   

122

Bureau of Retirement - General 

122

Bureau of Retirement - Annuitants Health Program 

122

Summer Employment (2 folders) 

122

Job Corps 

123

Liaison: Borda, Frank [R] 

123

ARA Field Coordinator: Brough, Donald 

123

Cases [R] 

123-124

Job Assistance 

Box

Barnett, Ralph [R] 

124

Brand, Earl [R] 

125

Deschambeault, Fred [R] 

125

Cote, Raymond A. [R] 

125

Elliott, James [R] 

125

Dolloff, Maynard [R] 

125

Roach, Asa [R] 

125

Whittier, Isabel [R] 

125

800 Federal Aviation Administration 

Box

General 

125

Dexter Airport   

125

Dr. Michael Field [R] 

125

Flight Service Stations   

125

Houlton Facility 

125

800 Federal Communications Commission 

Box

General (2 folders) 

125

Fairness Doctrine   

126

Dubord Request 

126

Bucksport Application for Local Radio  

126

800 General Services Administration 

Box

General   

126

Preservation of Historic Documents 

126

Bates Manufacturing Company   

126

Cases [R] 

126

Federal Buildings (includes Gallup, New Mexico; Koren Building) 

126

Surplus Property   

126

Machias Post Office Site 

126

800 Housing and Home Finance Agency 

Box

General 

126

FHA Foreclosures   

126

Housing for the Aged   

126

Community Facilities Administration 

126

Federal Housing Administrator, Acting Chief Underwriter   

127

Accelerated Public Works   

127

Federal Housing Administration   

127

Public Housing Administration   

127

Transfer for Edgar Potvin [R] 

127

Renewal for Small Communities, Possible Experimental Project - Maine 

127

Urban Renewal Administration, General (3 folders) 

127

Urban Renewal Meeting Letters (2 folders) 

127

Biddeford 

127

Cornish Water Company 

127

Brewer: Sewage and Sewage Treatment 

127

Calais 

127

FHA: George Sidelinger [R] 

128

Urban Renewal: Bangor   

128

Lewiston   

128

Eastport Municipal Building   

128

Jonesport (Water System Extension) 

128

Audit of Kennebunk Project # APW-ME-13G   

128

Kennebunk-Arundel Bridge   

128

Accelerated Public Works, Machias   

128

Limestone, Public Dam, Flood Prevention   

128

Mt. Desert   

128

Eagle Lake, New Canada, Wallagrass   

128

FHA: Ed Fryling   

128

Fee Appraisers: Harold D. Perry 

128

Portland Application for Survey and Planning Grant 

128

Community Facilities Administration: Portland Sewage, Presumpscot, Fore River and Back Cove Areas 

128

Urban Renewal: Rockland   

128

Public Housing: Sagamore Village Heating 

128

Sanford Municipal Garage 

128

Community Facilities Administration: Vinalhaven 

128

800  Interstate Commerce Commission 

Box

General   

128

Cedar Fencing 

128

Emile Dube: Application for Brokers License [R] 

128

Bangor and Aroostook Railroad   

128

Larry Ward Inquiry re: Raise in Rates, Eastern Central Motor Carriers Association 

129

Eastern Railroad Problem   

129

Richard Talbot 

129

Railway Express Agency 

129

ICC Service Orders 956 and 947   

129

Freight Car Shortages and Rates   

129

Railway Service Boston to Portland   

129

Brunswick Transportation Company 

129

800 Small Business Administration 

Box

General (2 folders) [R] 

130

Cases (2 folders) [R] 

130

Advisory Council   

130

Administrator   

130

Aerofab Inc. (Loan Application) 

130

Dumond Cedar   

130

502 Program: Paris Manufacturing Company 

130

800 Tariff Commission 

Box

General and Cases (2 folders) 

132

Materials (taken by Senator to Italy)   

133

Shoe Imports 1961-1963 (includes correspondence and trips to Milan and Germany) 

133-134

GATT Negotiations 

134

Textiles 

134

Turned Footwear   

135

800 Veterans Administration 

Box

General   

135

Loan Closing Roster   

135

Cases A-Z 

135-136

Albert McDermott [R] 

136

Harold J. Provencher [R] 

136

Antony Russo [R] 

136

Other (correspondence, resource and case files) 

Box

010 District Office 

51

100 Foreign Relations (Senator’s request for appointment) 1960-1963 

56

100 Agriculture [Committee on] (includes legislation, potato futures) 

111-112

800 Commission on Civil Rights   

125

800 Export-import Bank 

125

800 Federal Home Loan Bank Board 

126

800 Federal Maritime Commission   

126

800 Federal Trade Commission (includes French and Sons, Janet Saxon Recommendation and Rose Label Co.) 

126

800 Federal Trade Commission 

126

800 Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (includes Bill Hathaway and Nunzi Napolitano) 

126

800 Library of Congress   

129

800 National Aeronautics and Space Administration   

129

800 National Labor Relations Board 

129

800 National Science Foundation 

129-130

800 Railroad Retirement Board [R] 

130

800 Securities and Exchange Commission   

130

800 Selective Service Board [R] 

130

800 Smithsonian Institution   

130

800 Supreme Court (includes prayer decision) 

131-132

800 United States Information Agency (includes Dielectric Company) 

135

Legislative Resource Files 

Box

Civil Rights Bill 1964 [correspondence from Humphrey re: bill management] 

137

S. 829[To Amend the Agricultural Act of 1938]   

137

S. 855, To Provide for More Effective Utilization of Certain Federal Grants   

137

S. 1051, To Amend Section 314 of the Public Health Service Act   

137

S. 1322, To Authorize and Direct the Secretary of the Treasury to Cause the Vessel Eugene II, to be Documented as a Vessel of the United States  

137

Sponsorship/Cosponsorship Records: 88th Congress (2 folders) 

137

88th Congress: Legislation by Senator Muskie (2 folders) 

137

Roll Call Voting Records, 88th Congress, 1st Session (2 folders) 

137

Roll Call Voting Records, 88th Congress, 1st Session 

138

Political Files 

850 Maine Politics (1963) 

Box

Maine Democratic Party   

138

Democratic Newsletters   

138

Maine Republican Party   

138

500 Club 1962-1963   

138

General   

138

Maine Government Election Statistics 1928-1960   

138

1962 Election Campaign (2 folders) 

138

62 Campaign Issues   

139

Candidates - Kellam 

139

Idea Council   

139

Convention 1962 

139

Jefferson-Jackson Dinner 1962 

139

1962 Campaign - Guests to the State 

139

1962 Campaign - Senator's Speeches 

139

Democratic Party Challenge   

139

Democratic State Committee   

139

Reed 

139

Tupper 

139

850 National Politics (1964) 

Box

Republican Party 1963 

141

Muskie for Vice President 1964 

141

Maps of New Congressional Districts (1962)   

141

Democratic National Committee 1963 

141

Introductory Letters: William Hathaway 

141

Other (political files) 

Box

Candidates for Democratic Party   

139

1962 Election – Candidates (includes Maynard Dolloff, William Hathaway, Executive Secretary) 

139

Directory of Right-wing Organizations 1962-1963 (2 folders) 

140

Sol Estes (2 folders) 

140

Organize/Lincoln County   

140

Untitled - Miscellaneous Political Correspondence   

140

Maine Politics (3 folders) 

140

Federal Aid to Education 

140

Political News Summaries February 26 - October 18, 1964 (4 folders) 

141

1964 Campaign - Congratulations 

141-142

1964 Campaign - List of Completed Thank you Letters 

142

[TWX Messages] (3 folders) 

142

Muskie [Advertising] 

142

ESM General 

142

Legislation 

142

Press Files 

Box

Correspondence re: speeches and press 

143

ESM Speeches Pertaining to Legislation Sponsored by ESM (4 folders) 

143

ESM [Statements on Mill Closings and Foreign Trade] 1964 

143

Annual Dinner, Westchester County Democratic Committee, April 6, 1963 [ESM main speaker] 

143

Speech on Education given to reception for teachers in Lisbon, Maine Sept. 21, 1964 

143

Speech Books 

Box

January – March 1963 (3 folders) 

144

April – November 1963 (8 folders) 

145

December 1963 – April 1964 (6 folders) 

146

May –  December 1964 (3 folders) 

147

Detroit Speech May 6, 1963 [Topic is Inter-governmental Relations; file includes draft of 4/26/63 and final draft] 

147
Box

Press Releases November 1963 - December 1964 (8 folders) 

148

Report to Maine   

148

Newsletters [Letters to Maine] 1963-1964 

148

Scheduling Files 1964 

Box

January – March (6 folders) 

149

April 

149-150

May (3 folders) 

150

June 

150-151

July – August 

151

September 

151-152

October – December 

152

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5. 89th Congress, 1965-1966   125.5 Linear feet 266 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content note

This sub-subseries includes the following types of files from the 89th Congressional Session: academy files, correspondence/resource/case files, legislative files, political files, press files, and office management files.

It also includes documents related to Muskie's participation in the Mansfield Mission trip to Vietnam, and Muskie's early Senate roll call voting record.

Arrangement note

This sub-subseries is arranged by file type.

Correspondence, Resource, Case and Project Files 1965 

001 Muskie Personal 

Box

Requests for Donations, Honorary Degrees 

153

A – S (19 folders) 

153

T – Z (4 folders) 

154

Christmas Cards c. 1965 

154

010 A. Washington Office 

Box

Office Procedure   

154

Letters to ESM; Congratulations to be Read at Dinner Apr. 29   

154

Senate Youth Program 

154

Letters of Recommendations [R] 

154

Condolences 

154

Hill Patronage [R] 

154

Summer Interns [Weeded] [R] 

154

Job Assistance-Elliott Newcomb [R] 

154

Job Assistance-Sonia Pressman [R] 

154

Interns [R] 

154

Visitors to D.C. 

154

Thank Yous (3 folders)   

155

Congressional Record Mailing Lists and Inserts (2 folders) 

155

010 General 

Box

A – B (2 folders) 

155

C – G (8 folders) 

156

G – N (9 folders) 

157

O – Z (10 folders) 

158

Council for a Livable World 

158

050 Maine 

Box

Agriculture   

159

Aeronautics Commission 

159

Secretary of State   

159

Central Maine Power Co.   

159

Civil Defense 

159

Army Corps of Engineers 

159

Lewiston Youth Project   

159

Water Pollution/China Lake   

159

Maine State Chamber of Commerce   

159

Inland Fisheries and Game Dept.   

159

Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries   

159

Personnel   

159

Attorney General   

159

Court Circuit   

159

Voting   

159

Patronage Jobs and Appointments   

159

Democratic Leaders   

159

Geological Survey  (2 folders) 

160

Maine Highway Commission/Interstate 95 (2 folders) 

160

Education/Bates College   

160

Department of Economic Development 

160

Executive Council   

160

050 Maine Government 

Box

Department of Education - General 

160-161

A Detailed Economic Investigation of Geochemical and Aeromagnetic Anomalies - North Central Maine 

161

Forest Service 

161

Pineland Hospital 

162

Health and Welfare – Mrs. Alfred Hofford [R] 

162

Industrial Building Authority   

162

Industrial Development Commission 

162

Industrial Park Commission 

162

Labor – General 

162

General 

162

Industrial Accident Commission   

162

102nd Legislature – Democratic Organizations   

162

Harpswell Causeway 

162

Employment Security Commission from September 1965   

162-163

National Guard   

163

102nd Legislature 

163

Legislative News Reports 

163

Employment Security Commission 

164

Water Improvement Commission – St. Joseph's College   

164

Forty-fifth Report of the State Auditor 1964 

164

Highway Commission – General 

164

General (From September 1965) 

165

Transportation   

165

Bureau of Public Improvements   

165

Water Improvement – General   

165

Maritime Academy 

165

Public Utilities   

165

Maine Port Authority 

165

Portland Port Authority   

166

Seacoast Regional Plan   

166

State Park Commission   

166

State Police   

166

Treasurer   

166

University of Maine   

166

World Trade Commission   

166

Health and Welfare- General 

166

Health and Welfare- Cases 

166

A-L (3 folders) [R] 

166

M-Z (3 folders) [R] 

167

700 Executive 

Box

General (2 folders) 

167

Requests for Photos of the President   

167

President John F. Kennedy   

167

Vice President 

167

Office of Economic Opportunity – Windham Project   

167

Office of Emergency Planning   

167

Physical Fitness 

167

President’s Water Pollution Control Advisory Board (includes Robert W. Patterson)  

167

Mrs. Johnson's Trip to Campobello   

168

Poverty (2 folders) 

168

Commission on the Status of Women   

168

Office of Trade Negotiations 

168

Bureau of the Budget   

168

President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, Cecil Masters (Crime) 

168

Office of Economic Opportunity 

Box

General 

168

Cases [R] 

168

Job Corps Center Acadia National Park   

168

Somerset County/Community Action Programs 

168

Bangor Project   

168

Project Headstart Materials 

168

Portland Project   

169
Box

Liaison   

169

Natural Beauty   

169

National Lawyers Committee for the President   

169

705 State Department 

Mansfield Mission 1965 

Box

Briefing book (2 folders) 

170

List of people met and Report to Committee on Foreign Relations * 

170

Letters to Muskie children in preparation for trip * 

170

Senator's Fact Finding Trip [correspondence and press releases] 

170
Box

International Cooperation Administration James Brewer Job Assist 

170

Agency for International Development 

170, 172

Secretary of State   

171

Lewiston Shoe Machinery Company   

171

College Summer Intern Program   

171

Dominican Republic   

171

Africa   

171

Latin American Countries/Cuba   

171

Soviet Union   

171

Fulbright Awards and Student Exchanges   

171

Disarmament   

171

United Nations   

171

Vietnam 

171, 174

Europe   

171

Liaison  (2 folders) [R] 

171

General  (4 folders) 

172

Visa Office (2 folders) [R] 

172

Canadian-American Relations   

173

Peace Corps (2 folders) 

173

Communism   

173

Foreign Relations (2 folders) 

173

Asia 

173-174

Travel/Courtesy Letters    

174

Foreign Affairs and Policy  (4 folders) 

175

710 Treasury 

Box

Customs – Button Blanks   

175

Liaison 

175

Maine Coast Guard Installations (2 folders) 

175

Coast Guard   

176

Norman Card – An Appeal from the Small Business Community (2 folders) 

176

Secretary of the Treasury and General   

176

Coast Guard Liaison 

176

Internal Revenue (2 folders) 

176

Customs   

176

715 Defense   

Army Corps of Engineers 

Box

General   

180

Union River Dredging to Ellsworth 

180

Wells Harbor Project (2 folders) 

177

Androscoggin River Project 

181
Box

Army Liaison/Cases (5 folders) [R] 

181

Army: General 

180

Certificates of Service – Cases Pending and Completed [R] 

177-178

Civil Defense 

178

Commissaries – Martin Jones Inquiry   

178

Contracts 

Box

Paper Award to Finland – Great Northern Paper (2 folders) 

180

Saco-Lowell Shops   

178

South Portland Engineering 

178

Department of the Air Force 

Box

General   

178

Closings   

179

Liaison/Cases [R] 

179

Dow Air Force Base (2 folders) 

180
Box

Dow, Kittery Closing   

180

General 

176-177

Joseph Wentworth 

178

Liaison   

177

Marine Corps General 

181

Marine Corps Liaison/Cases – A-Z [R] 

181

Navy 

Box

General   

182

Brunswick   

182

Bureau of Ships   

182

U.S. Shipbuilding in Foreign Yards 

182

Naval Shipyards   

182

Liaison/Cases (includes Plente, Emile) [R] 

182
Box

Office of Economic Adjustment 

178

Reorganization of Army and Air Force Reserve Units   

178

Secretary of Defense (2 folders) 

177

Supply Agency – Omnitec Bids   

178

720 Justice   

Box

Immigration and Naturalization Service [R] 

182

U.S. District Attorney in Maine (2 folders) 

183

Civil Rights (3 folders) 

183

First Circuit Judge Appointment 

183

Liaison 

183

Bureau of Prisons [R] 

184

FBI   

184

Attorney General   

184

Antitrust Division 

184

New Citizens Letters   

184

725 Post Office 1961-1965 

Postmasters 

Box

East Lebanon (York)   

184

East Parsonsfield (York) 1961-1965 

184

Unity (Waldo) 1964-1966 

184

Portland 

Box

General   

184

Aliberti, Joseph [R] 

184

Amergian, Ralph [R] 

184

Bagley, Eben [R] 

184

Bartlett, Clyde [R] 

184

Bernstein, Edward W. (3 folders) [R] 

184

Burke, James H. [R] 

185

Campbell, Robert J. [R] 

185

Cummiskey, James E. [R] 

185

Erlick, Philip [R] 

185

Fitzgerald, John [R] 

185

Fortin, John [R] 

185

Gedaro, Andrew [R] 

185

Gosselin, Lionel [R] 

185

Hammett, Douglas K. [R] 

185

Hayes, Frederick [R] 

185

Hodges, Paul M. [R] 

185

Kosno, Joseph [R] 

185

Mangino, Antonio J. [R] 

185

May, George H., Jr. [R] 

185

O’Brien, John [R] 

185

Reed, Robert W. [R] 

185

Spiller, Frank [R] 

185

St. Laurent, Stephen [R] 

185

Stevens, William [R] 

185

Thurston, Edwin B. [R] 

185

Bangor 

Box

General 

185

Comer, William E. [R] 

185

Callinan, Edward J. [R] 

185

Barry, John [R] 

185

Baldacci, Robert [R] 

185

Connor, Hugh [R] 

185

Curran, Raymond J. [R] 

185

Harvey, Charles [R] 

185

Lynch, James C. [R] 

185

McInnis, George [R] 

185

O'Connell, Harold J. [R] 

185

Patterson, Harold A. [R] 

185

Roberts, John [R] 

185
Box

Monhegan Island 1961-1963 

185

Boothbay Harbor 

185

Belfast 1962-1964 

185

Moody (Wells) 1961-1963 

185

Brooklin 1961-1964 

185

Calais 1961-1963 

186

Camden 1961-1964 (3 folders) 

186

Dryden 1961-1964 

186

East Lebanon 

Box

Rand, Ruth [R] 

186

Ricker, Emma [R] 

186

Turner, Viola [R] 

186

Vashon, Edith [R] 

186
Box

Jonesport 1961-1964 (2 folders) 

186

North Jay 1962-1964 

186

Livermore Falls 1962-1964 

186

Minturn (Swan's Island) 

187

East Machias 1962-1964 

187

New Sharon 1961-1964 

187

New Vineyard 

187

Grand Lake Stream 1963-1965 

187

Old Orchard Beach (2 folders) 

187

West Peru 1962-1964 

187

Thomaston 1961-1965 (2 folders) 

187

Swans Island 

187

Winter Harbor 1962-1964 

187

Stratton 1961-1963 

187

Stratton 1961-1963 

188

South Paris 1961-1963 

188

Rumford 

Box

General 

188

Bouffard, Hector [R] 

188

Gacetta, Albert J. [R] 

188

Gagnon, Leo [R] 

188
Box

Red Beach (Calais) 

188

Princeton 1962-1964 (3 folders) 

189

Rumford: Lewis, Philip [R] 

189

Woodland 

189
Box

Mobile Unit Superintendent: Dunphey, Fred [R] 

189

Patronage: Kelleher, Adrian [R] 

189

Bureau of Operations: Director, Division of Postmasters, Lewis, Ernest J. [R] 

189

730 Interior 

Box

 Office of Coal Research 

191

Allagash 

189-190

Arnold Trail 

190

Atlantic Flyway (Waterfowl) 

191

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries 

189

Bureau of Mines 

191

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation 

191

Craig's Pond 

191

Fish and Wildlife(2 folders) 

189

General (4 folders) 

192

Government Land Acquisition 

191

Indian Affairs 

191

Liaison 

191

Moosehorn Wildlife Refuge 

191

National Park Service : General 

191-192

Oil Imports 

191

Park Service-Arnold Trail Museum Project and Parkway 

191

Secretary 

189

St. Croix River – Hydroelectric Potential 

191

735 Agriculture 

Box

1965 Facts: U.S. and Maine 

193

Agricultural Census 

198

ARA – York County – Old Orchard Beach 

196

Area Redevelopment Administration (includes Knox Pier Project, Maine Project/Easton) 

196, 199

Bureau of Census 

198

Bureau of Public Roads 

199

Bureau of Standards 

198

Christmas Wreaths 

193

Coast and Geodetic Survey 

198

Commodity Credit Corporation 

194

Dairy and Eggs 

193

Development Corporation – Vahlsing Co. 

199

Exports 

194

Farmers Home Administration (includes Catherine Young [R]) 

193-194

Feed Grain Problem 

194

Foreign Trade Zone Board 

196

Forest Service 

193

Fort Kent – Madore Bridge 

198

General 

192-195

Maine Area Redevelopment Center 

198

Maine Potato Council 

193

Maritime Administration (includes Bath Ship) 

199

Maritime Commission 

199

Patent Office (3 folders) 

198

Portsmouth-Kittery Oceanographic Center 

198

Potato Problems 

194

Rural Areas Development 

193

Rural Community Development Service 

193

Rural Electrification 

195

Secretary 

193

Secretary of Commerce 

196

Small Watersheds 

194

Soil Conservation Service (3 folders) 

195

Surplus Food 

193

Transportation Council #1965 

195

Use of 1 1/2 Quart Containers for Sale of Produce 

194

740 Commerce 

Box

Agricultural Census 

198

ARA – York County –OldOrchard Beach 

196

Area Redevelopment Administration 

Box

Knox Pier Project 

196

Pete's Sugar Camp – AdrianDaigle 

196

EconomicDevelopment Administration –General 

196

Rockland (2 folders) 

197

Omnicraft Corporation 

197

Maine Area Redevelopment Center 

198

Maine Project/Easton Development Corporation – Vahlsing Co. 

199

General Resource Material 

196199
Box

Bureau of Census 

198

Bureau of Public Roads 

199

Bureau of Standards 

198

Coast and Geodetic Survey 

198

Foreign Trade Zone Board 

196

Fort Kent – Madore Bridge 

198

General (3 folders) 

195

Maritime Administration (includes Bath Ship Contracts) 

199

Maritime Commission 

199

Patent Office 

198

Portsmouth-Kittery Oceanographic Center 

198

Secretary of Commerce 

196

Transportation Council #1965 

195

Weather Bureau 

198

745 Labor 

Box

General (3 folders) 

199-200

Secretary 

200

Neighborhood Youth Corps (2 folders) 

200

Beaudry Company 

200

Unions 

200

Wage and Hour Office 

200

Employment Security Commission 

200

Manpower Retraining 

200

Canadian Labor Problems 

200-201

750 Health, Education and Welfare 

Box

Air and Water Pollution Division/ K and B Manufacturing Co. – James Huron – Automotive Exhaust 

205

Camp Maine-Stay (1964) 

206

Central Maine General Hospital 

204

Down East Community Hospital, Machias 

204

Federal Aid for Nursing Homes 

205

Food and Drug Administration 

203

General 

202, 206

Hill-Burton 

204

Library Facilities Act 1964 (includes Maine Issues) 

202, 205

Maine Committee for the Intellectually Handicapped 

205

National Defense Education Act, 1964 

204

National Institutes of Health 

Box

General 

202

Transplant Teeth 

205

Bangor Theological Seminary, 1964 

206
Box

Office of Education (includes college work study program) 

203-205

Office of Vocational Education 

205

Public Health Service 

Box

General 

203

Portland United Community Services Project 

203-205

Tuberculosis Grants 

205

Medomak River (closed to clamming) and Waldoboro Sewer Project Incineration Institute 

205
Box

Secretary 

206

Social Security (general, cases, materials) 

201-202

Waiver Review Board 

205

Water Pollution (includes Androscoggin River, Lake Sebasticook) 

205

Water Pollution Control Board (includes Presumpscot River) 

205

800 Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) 

Box

Correspondence 1964 

207

General (1964) 

207

Northeast Airlines (materials, correspondence, dockets, includes Bar Harbor, 1962-1965) 

207-208

New England Regional Airport 1961-1964 (correspondence, materials, dockets) 

208-209

800 Federal Aviation Administration 

Box

Maine Airports 1964-1965 

209

Air Gaspe 

209

Rumford Municipal Airport 1964 

209

Portland Airport 1965 

209

General 

209

800 Civil Service Commission 

Box

General 

209-210

Job Application – Day, J. Donald [R] 

210

Spencer, Cecil P. [R] 

210

Job Assist – Lucia Cormier [R] 

210

Ina Hamilton (1964) [R] 

210

Mary Ellen Fullam (1964) [R] 

210

James L. Ouellette [R] 

210

Bureau of Retirement-Dr. Lewis R. Rohrbaugh [R] 

210

Bureau of Retirement-General 

210

Job Assist – Joe Simon (1964) [R] 

210

Brown, Earle F. [R] 

210

Summer Employment [R] 

210

Job Assist Cases A-W [R] 

211-212

Job Assist Cases - Ray A. Whitcomb, Jr. [R] 

212

800 General Services Administration 

Box

Portland 1963-1965 

213

BOMARC Missile Site, Bangor 1964-1965 

213

Legal Driving Manual 

213

Federal Building – Bangor 

213

Waterville Post Office and Federal Building 

213

Augusta Federal Building 

213

Rockland Post Office and Federal Building 

213

Fort Williams 

213

General 

213-214

800 Housing and Home Finance Agency 

Box

Accelerated Public Works 

214

Community Facilities Administration (includes Boothbay Harbor Water) 

214-215

Federal Housing Administration (2 folders) 

215

General 

215

Portland Jail 

214

Public Housing Administration 

214

Public Housing and Sewage: Van Buren 

215

Urban Renewal (includes Bath and Portland) 

214

Urban Renewal Administration 

216

800 Small Business Administration 

Box

Correspondence 

217-218

Deer Isle (includes Granite, Stonington Yacht Basin) 

217

Disaster Loans – General 1964 

217

General (4 folders) 

217

Loan, Jalbert [R] 

217

Roberts, Clarence [R] 

217

SCORE [Service Corps of Retired Executives] 1965 [R] 

217

Small Business Development Centers (Maine) 1965 

217

Wild Acres Turkey Farm 1964-1965 [R] 

217

800 Veterans Administration 

Box

Director Position at Togus 

218

Dr. Jerome Bergmann [R] 

218

Gopan, Max [R] 

218

Closings (2 folders) [R] 

218

Togus Centennial 

219

Closing of Portland Office (2 folders) 

219

General 

219

Cases [R] 

219-220

Other (correspondence, resource, case and project files 1965) 

Box

001 Mitchell Personal   

154

010 District Office (includes Marge Hutchinson and John Jabar) 

155

800 Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 

206

800 Atomic Energy Commission (1964-1965) 

207

800 Canal Zone – General 

207

800 Central Intelligence Agency – General 

800 Commission on Civil Rights 

212

800 Export-Import Bank 

212

800 Federal Communications Commission (includes Community Antenna) 

212

800 Federal Home Loan Bank Board 

212

800 Federal Power Commission (3 folders) 

212

800 Federal Reserve 

212

800 Federal Trade Commission 

212

800 Foreign Claims Settlement Commission 

212

800 General Accounting Office (includes Maine Bureau of Investigation and Security) 

213

800 Interstate Commerce Commission (includes railroad problems) 

216

800 Library of Congress 

216

800 National Science Foundation 

216

800 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (includes report to Congress) 

216

800 National Labor Relations Board 

216

800 Railroad Retirement Board 

216

800 Securities and Exchange Commission 

216

800 Smithsonian / Reynolds Request 

218

800 Selective Service [R] 

218

800 Supreme Court (nicludes prayer decision) 

218

800 Tariff Commission (ncludes shoes and textiles) 

218

800 U.S. Information Agency  

218

800 Water Resources Council 

220

900 Military Academies [R] 

220

Correspondence, Resource, Case and Project Files 1966 

Master Alphabetical File [Outgoing correspondence copies arranged by recipient name] 

Box

A – C (9 folders) [R] 

221

C – F (9 folders) [R] 

222

G – H (9 folders) [R] 

223

I – L (6 folders) [R] 

223A

L – M (9 folders) [R] 

224

N – S (10 folders) [R] 

225

S – W (11 folders) [R] 

226

W – Z (4 folders) [R] 

227

Congressional Liaison, Dear Sir, etc. (2 folders) 

227

Interoffice Memos, Flexo Copies, etc. (2 folders) 

227

001 Muskie Personal 

Box

General 

227

Department of Agriculture – Rural Community Development Service   

227

A – E (5 folders) 

227

F – Z (19 folders)   

228

010 A. Washington Office 

Box

Condolences   

228

General (3 folders) 

228

Get Well   

229

Procedure   

229

Congressional Record   

229

Summer Interns [Weeded] [R] 

229

Staff Applications and Patronage [Weeded] [R] 

229

Thank You (3 folders) [Weeded] 

229

Visitors to D.C. (2 folders) 

229

030 General 

Box

Governors Conference   

229

A – C (7 folders) 

230

C – K (10 folders) 

231

L – N (5 folders) 

232

O – Z (11 folders) 

233

Chip Personal and Invitations 

233

050 Maine 

Box

ASC [Agricultural Stabilization Conservation] Committee 

235

Bureau of Census   

235

Bureau of Indian Affairs 

236

Bureau of Mines – Grand Anse Peat Moss 

236

Department of Economic Development   

235

Department of Education   

236, 239

Department of Fish and Game   

236

Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries   

238

Employment Security Commission (2 folders) 

235

General  

234-236

Geodetic Survey   

236

Health And Welfare 

Box

General 

237

Title V 

237

Work Experience Program 

237

Cases A – Z (2 folders) [R] 

237
Box

Highway Commission 

237, 239

Inland Fisheries and Game Department   

237

National Guard 

237

Office of Education – Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute   

238

Portland Harbor – Need for Changes   

237

Secretary of State   

238

St. Francis Symposium   

237

State Park Commission 

238

State Police   

238

University of Maine   

238

Water Quality Improvement Commission (includes Water Quality Act standards and classification reports on Androscoggin, Kennebec and Lower Presumpscot Rivers) 

238

World Trade Council   

238

700 Executive 

Box

General   

240

Acadia 

240

President 

240

Highway Beautification   

240

Bureau of the Budget   

240

Office of Economic Opportunity   

240

Vice President   

240

705 State 

Box

General 

240, 242

Asia/Vietnam (4 folders) 

241

Communism   

242

Agency for International Development – General (2 folders) 

242

Liaison [R] 

242

Disarmament   

242

Visa Office [R] 

242

Passport Office [R] 

243

United Nations 

243

Foreign Affairs and Policy (2 folders) 

243

Vietnam (includes State Department) 

243-245

710 Treasury 

Box

General   

246

Secretary   

246

Coast Guard 

246

Liaison [R] 

246

Internal Revenue (3 folders) [R] 

246

Customs (2 folders) 

246

715 Defense 

Box

General (2 folders) 

247

Certificates of Service [R] 

247

Contracts   

247

Civil Defense   

247

Secretary of Defense   

247

Closings   

247

Air Force 

Box

General 

247

Liaison (2 folders) [R] 

248

Dow Air Force Base   

248

Army 

Box

Liaison A-M (3 folders) [R] 

248

Liaison N – Z [R] 

248-249

Gordon J. Thompson (3 folders) [R] 

249

Capt. Ross Bickford [R] 

249

General   

249

Contracts 

249

Corps of Engineers 

Box

Kennebunk River (2 folders) 

249

May 1966 (2 folders) 

249

Callahan Mining   

249

General (2 folders) 

250

Navy 

Box

Kittery-Portsmouth Naval Shipyard 

250-251

General   

251

Portsmouth Phaseout (2 folders) 

251

Liaison (3 folders) [R] 

251
Box

Marine Corps - General and Liaison [R] 

251

720 Justice 

Box

General   

251

Antitrust   

252

Bureau of Prisons [R] 

252

Immigration Case (Richard Pang) [R] 

252

New Citizen Letter 

252

Civil Rights Matters 

252

Immigration and Naturalization (3 folders) [R] 

252

U.S. District Attorney in Maine   

252

Attorney General 

252

725 Post Office (1965-1966) 

Facilities 

Box

Westbrook, 1964 

252

East Machias, 1966 

252

Hampden 1964-1965 

253

Naples 1965 

253

Alfred 1965-1966 

253

Corinna   

256

Danforth   

256

Madawaska Post Office (New Building)   

256

Sherman Mills   

256

Operations 

Box

Old Orchard Beach - Ocean Park Consolidation   

252

Old Orchard Beach - Ocean Park Consolidation   

253

Ellsworth 1965-1966 

253

Greenville - Greenville Junction 1963-1965 

253

Monroe 1965-1966 

253

Possible Establishment of a Sub-station in Monument Square, 

253

Portland 1964-1965 

253

Ocean Park 1965-1966 

253

York Consolidation 1962-1965 

253

West Appleton 1965 

253

General 1964-1965 

253

The Shopping Notes (permit revocation)   

256

Palmyra – Possibility of Establishing a Rural Route 1964 

256

Benton Station, Fairfield 1962-1963 

256

Damariscotta 1962 

256

Long Island 1963-1964 

256

Martin 1964 

256

Mercer Conversion 1962-1964 

256

North Livermore Rural Station Discontinuance 

256

North Waterford 1962-1963 

256

Sherman Mills - Patton Consolidation 1962 

256

Small Point Beach Name Change 1963-1964 

256

Southport 1962 

256

Starks (extension of rural route) 1959-1963 

256

Swans Island (Atlantic and Minturn) 1964 

256

West Jonesport 1963 

256

All Other 

Box

Postal Mail Distribution Center Closing 

253

Delivery Service Problems 1964-1965 

253

Civil Service Exam Announcements   

254

1966 General (2 folders) 

254

Bonneau Brothers Request for Increased Rent, South Lewiston Post Office   

254

Commemorative Stamps 1965-1966 

254-255

Job Assists [R] 

254-255

Postal Service Officer   

254-255

Obscene Literature   

254-255

Summer Jobs   

254

General, 1965 (3 folders) 

255

ABCD – 1965 

255

Bureau of Personnel, 1965 [R] 

255

Cars for Rural Delivery, 1965 

255

Postmaster General, 1965 

255

Postmaster 

Androscoggin County 

Box

Lisbon 1961 [R] 

256

Sabattus 1964-1966 [R] 

256

Turner Center 1966 [R] 

256
Box

South Effingham, New Hampshire 1962 [R] 

256

Aroostook County 

Box

Clayton Lake 1966 [R] 

256

Caribou 1961-1964 [R] 

256

Easton 1961-1963 [R] 

256

Estcourt Station 1962-1964 [R] 

256

Fort Kent 1963-1966 [R] 

256

Hodgdon 1960-1965 [R] 

256

Houlton 1961 [R] 

256

Limestone 1960-1965 [R] 

256

Mars Hill 1960-1966 [R] 

257

Monticello 1961-1965 [R] 

257

Orient 1961-1964 [R] 

257

Portage 1963-1965 [R] 

257

Plaisted (Eagle Lake) 1961 [R] 

257

Robinsons (Blaine) 1963-1965 [R] 

257

St. Agatha 1965-1966 [R] 

257

Winterville 1962-1963 [R] 

257

Cumberland County 

Box

Birch Island 1964 [R] 

257

Chebeague Island 1961-1964 [R] 

257

Cliff Island 1961-1962 [R] 

257

Freeport 1960-1963 [R] 

257

Gray 1962-1963 [R] 

257

Long Island 1963-1967 [R] 

257

North Sebago 1964 [R] 

258

Pownal 1961-1966 [R] 

258

South Harpswell 1962-1963 [R] 

258

Westbrook 1961-1965 [R] 

258
Box

Franklin County: Eustis 1963-1964 [R] 

258

Hancock County 

Box

Amherst 1961-1967 [R] 

258

Birch Harbor 1962-1964 [R] 

258

Brooksville 1959-1961 [R] 

258

Bucksport 1960-1962 [R] 

258

Cranberry Isles 1961-1963 [R] 

258

Manset 1965-1966 [R] 

258

North Brooksville 1960-1961 [R] 

258

Sargentville 1961(3 folders) [R] 

258

Seal Cove 1961-1962 [R] 

258

Seal Harbor 1963-1964 [R] 

258

South Penobscot 1964-1965 [R] 

258

West Brooksville 1960-1961 [R] 

258

Kennebec County 

Box

Albion 1960-1965 [R] 

258

East Winthrop 1961-1965 [R] 

259

Gardiner 1964-1965 [R] 

259

Hallowell 1961-1962 [R] 

259

Litchfield 1962 [R] 

259

Mount Vernon 1960-1964 [R] 

259

North Vassalboro 1961-1963 [R] 

259

Readfield 1961-1965 [R] 

259

South China 1964-1966 [R] 

260

Vassalboro 1960-1963 [R] 

260

Vienna 1960-1961 (2 folders) [R] 

260

Wayne 1963-1966 (2 folders) [R] 

260

Knox County 

Box

Appleton 1961 [R] 

260

Criehaven 1962 [R] 

260

Hope 1964-1965 [R] 

260

Isle au Haut 1963 [R] 

260

Lookout 1963 [R] 

260

Matinicus 1962-1963 [R] 

260

Pleasant Point 1963-1964 [R] 

260

Owls Head 1963-1965 [R] 

260

Rockland 1960-1966 (2 folders) [R] 

260

Rockland 1960-1966 [R] 

261

Lincoln County 

Box

Alna 1964 [R] 

261

Bayville 1964 [R] 

261

Boothbay 1963-1966 [R] 

261

Damariscotta Mills 1960-1961 [R] 

261

Nobleboro 1964-1965 [R] 

261

North Waldoboro 1962 [R] 

261

Pemaquid 1963-1964 [R] 

261

Sheepscot 1966 [R] 

261

Southport 1961-1964 [R] 

261

Bethel 1963-1964 [R] 

261

Buckfield 1960-1963 [R] 

261

Washington County 

Box

Brookton 1961-1962 [R] 

261

Carroll 1961 [R] 

261

Danforth 1962-1964 [R] 

261

Grand Lake Stream 1965 [R] 

261

Pembroke 1960-1963 [R] 

261

Red Beach 1964-1965 [R] 

262

York County 

Box

Cornish 1963-1965 [R] 

262

Cape Neddick 1965 [R] 

262

Cape Porpoise 1964-1965 [R] 

262

East Lebanon 1964-1966 [R] 

262

Emery Mills 1964 [R] 

262

Kezar Falls 1960-1962 [R] 

262

Kittery 1960 [R] 

262

Lebanon 1961-1962 [R] 

262

Maplewood 1961-1963 [R] 

262

Moody 1964 [R] 

262

Webhannet 1963-1964 [R] 

262

Rural Carriers 

Box

Albion 1964-1965 [R] 

262

Ashland 1962-1963 [R] 

262

Auburn 1963-1964 (includes Gagne, Normand S. [R] and Griffin, Robert P. [R] 

262

Augusta – Route #1 1962-1964 [R] 

263

Belgrade 1964-1965 [R] 

263

Bethel 1963-1964 [R] 

263

Biddeford [R] 

263

Bingham 1961-1962 [R] 

263

Austin, Kendall [R] 

263

Bridgton 1963-1964 [R] 

263

Brownfield 1963-1964 [R] 

263

Brownville 1961-1965 [R] 

263

Brunswick 

Box

Racine, Robert A. [R] 

263

Bernier, Raymond M. [R] 

263

Curran, Terrence [R] 

263
Box

Bryant Pond [R] 

263

Buckfield 1963-1964 [R] 

263

Bucksport 1962 [R] 

263

Canaan 1964 [R] 

263

Cape Neddick 1961-1962 [R] 

264

Caribou 1962-1963 [R] 

264

Chebeague Island 1961-1964 [R] 

264

Columbia Falls 1961-1965 [R] 

264

Cumberland Center [R] 

264

Detroit 1962-1963 [R] 

264

Dexter 1965-1966 [R] 

264

Dixmont 1961 [R] 

264

East Carmel 1961 [R] 

264

East Corinth 1963 

Box

Wingate, Delbert [R] 

264

General [R] 

264

Burleigh, Clarence Jr. [R] 

264

Duncan, James [R] 

264

Greatorex, Thomas B. [R] 

264
Box

East Sumner 1963-1964 [R] 

264

Easton 1963-1965 [R] 

264

Eliot 1961-1964 [R] 

264

Ellsworth 1961-1963 [R] 

Box

Howell, Joseph [R] 

264

Norris, James [R] 

264

Saunders, Herbert [R] 

264

Sims, John L. [R] 

264

Turcotte, Edwin [R] 

264
Box

Fairfield 1964 [R] 

264

Farmington (includes 1963 Opening) [R] 

264

Fort Kent 1962 [R] 

265

Franklin 1962-1963 [R] 

265

Freedom 

Box

Kingsbury, Timothy F. [R] 

265

Cross, Stephen [R] 

265

Ward, Roy [R] 

265
Box

Gardiner 1962 (includes second opening) [R] 

265

Gray 1961 [R] (includes Emery, Edwin [R] and Mains, John E. [R]) 

265

Hampden Highlands 1962-1963 [R] 

265

Harmony 1961-1963 [R] 

265

Hebron 1961 [R] 

265

Houlton 1964 [R] 

265

Kennebunkport 1961-1962 [R] 

265

Lille 1961 [R] 

Box

Daigle, Normand A. [R] 

265

Violette, Leo J. [R] 

265

Parent, Lawrence [R] 

265
Box

Limestone (includes Jack E. Saylor) [R] 

265

Lincolnville 1961-1966 [R] 

265

Lisbon Falls 1963 [R] 

265

Livermore Falls 1964-1965 [R] 

265

Mapleton 1961-1962 [R] 

Box

Dunn, Richard K. [R] 

265

Levasseur, Robert J. [R] 

265

Porter, Roger C. [R] 

265
Box

Mercer 1961 [R] 

265

Milo [R] 

265

Monroe 1962-1963 [R] 

265

Mount Vernon 1963-1964 [R] 

265

New Sharon 1960-1961 (includes Pluta, Frank J. [R] and Harrison, Kenneth [R]) 

266

New Sweden 1963-1964 [R] 

266

Newport 1962-1963 [R] 

266

North Berwick 1961 [R] 

266

North Berwick (includes Richard E. Day) [R] 

266

North Haven 

Box

Bunker, Carl [R] 

266

Calderwood, Harvey C. [R] 

266

Howard, Wendell [R] 

266

Quinn, Stanley [R] 

266

Winslow, Colin C. [R] 

266

North Vassalboro 

Box

Abbott, Harold I. [R] 

266

Carnegie, Kenneth [R] 

266

Gurney, Robert [R] 

266

White, Abbott L. [R] 

266
Box

Norway 1963 [R] 

266

Oakland  [R] 

266

Orrington (includes Eric Brennan) [R] 

266

Perry 1965-1966 [R] 

266

Phillips 1961-1962 [R] 

266

Phillips 1964-1965 [R] 

266

Presque Isle [includes Baker, Herbert [R] and Grenier, Arthur [R] 

266

Richmond 

Box

General [R] 

266

Gibbs, Roger S. [R] 

266

Rodrigue, Kenneth [R] 

266

Thomas, E.B. [R] 

266
Box

Rockland 1961 [R] 

266

Rome 1961 [R] 

266

Rumford (includes Wallace A. Whittemore) [R] 

266

St. Albans 1962-1963 [R] 

266

Sabattus 1961-1963 [R] 

266

Sangerville [R] 

266

Scarborough 1964-1965 [R] 

266

Searsport [R] 

266

Sherman Mills 1961-1964 [R] 

267

Solon [R] 

267

South Portland 1964-1965 [R] 

267

Springvale 1964 [R] 

267

Surry (includes McTighe, Henry J. [R] and McGraw, Richard [R]) 

267

Thorndike 1966-1967 [R] 

267

Turner 1963-1964 [R] 

267

Union 1961-1962 [R] 

267

Vinalhaven (includes Bruce, William A. [R] and Hopkins, Murray B. [R]) 

267

Waterville 1965-1966 [R] 

267

Waterville [R] 

267

Wayne [R] 

267

Winthrop [R] 

267

Waldoboro 1963 [R] 

267

Warren 1962-1964 [R] 

267

Weeks Mills 1963-1964 [R] 

267

West Buxton 1961 [R] 

267

West Paris 1964 [R] 

267

Winterport 1962-1963 [R] 

267

Exams 1963-1965 

267

730 Interior 

Box

Allagash Correspondence   

269

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries 

270-272

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation (3 folders) 

270

Federal Water Pollution Control Administration 

Box

August (2 folders) 

269

Lake Sebasticook (2 folders) 

269

Potomac Planning   

269

River Basin Compacts   

269
Box

Federal Water Pollution Control Board   

272

Fish and Wildlife (3 folders) 

270

General 

268-270

Historic Preservation 1965-1966 (4 folders) 

272

Indian Affairs   

271

National Park Service (includes Rudine Land)   

271

National Parks and Memorials, Colby Memorial Hall   

271

Office of Coal Research, Nelson Frost (1964) 

271

Solid Waste Disposal   

271

Trust Territories   

271

Water Pollution Control Board   

271

Water Quality Standards   

271

735 Agriculture 

Box

1965 Agriculture Facts – U.S. and Maine 

274

Briefing Book on Agriculture: U.S. Department of Agriculture   

275

Bulletins   

272

Conservation 

272, 274-275

Farmers Home Administration – General 

273-274

Food Distribution Program (2 folders) 

273

Forest Service   

272

General 

273, 275

Maine Potato Council   

274

National Advisory Committee on Rural Poverty   

273

Poultry Problems   

273

Rural Area Development 

274

Rural Electrification Administration (includes Eastern Maine Electric Cooperative Plant, Calais) 

274

Secretary of Agriculture   

274

Small Watersheds   

274

Yearbook Requests 

274

740 Commerce 

Box

ARA – General (2 folders) 

276

Beautification   

277

Bureau of Census   

277

Bureau of Public Roads 

278, 280-281

Economic Development Administration 

Box

General 

276, 278, 280

Job Assists [R] 

278

Job Assists – Portland Office (2 folders) [R] 

281

Maine Research (C. Stockford, D. Nicoll) (2 folders) 

278

Portland Office – June 1966 

278

Squaw Mountain 

278

Technical Assistance   

278
Box

Environmental Science Services Administration 

279

General 

275-277, 279

Great Lakes Regional Commission   

278

Knox Pier Project (2 folders) 

278

Maritime Administration (includes Coastal Shipping) 

279-280

Oceanographic Center Portsmouth-Kittery   

279

Oceanography 

279, 281-282

Patent Office   

277, 280

Portsmouth-Kittery Oceanographic Center – Official Correspondence   

279

Regional Economic Development Program 

277

Weather Bureau 

280

745 Labor 

Box

Canadian Labor Problems [R] 

282

Apples   

282

Press Release Information 

282

Neighborhood Youth Corps 

282

Manpower Development and Training Act (includes Portland Project) 

282

Canadian Woods Workers 

282-283

Labor Clearances (2 folders) [R] 

283

General (6 folders) 

283

Manpower Retraining (3 folders) 

284

750 Health, Education and Welfare 

Box

Air Pollution (includes standards) 

286

Diet Supplement Regulations   

287

Education : General – November 1966 

288

Food and Drug Administration 

286

Food Prices   

286

General 

284, 286-287

General Correspondence 

285, 287

Hill-Burton (includes Down East Hospital, Machias) 

287

Maine Projects – Elementary and Secondary Schools 

288-291

National Defense Education Act 

288, 290

National Institutes of Health   

288

Office of Education (includes Maine Projects) 

285, 288

Office of Welfare   

288

Press Release Information 

285

Proposed Maine Medical School   

288

Public Health Service (2 folders) 

288-290

Social Security – General   

290

Social Security Cases 

288-289

Waiver Review Board 

290

755 Housing and Urban Development 

Box

General 

29, 292

Housing and Home Finance Agency 

291

Council of City Governments   

291

CFA Husson College Expansion   

291

Demonstration Cities 

291

Water Development   

291

Federal Housing Administration   

291

Cumberland Manor   

291

University of Maine   

291

Historic Preservation 

292

800 Civil Service 

Box

Job Assist – Vance B. Oliver [R] 

294

Cases 

294-296

Summer Employment 1967 [R] 

296

Summer Job Assists [R] 

296

General 

296

800 Economic Opportunity Office 

Box

Acadia Job Corps 

298

Economic Opportunity Problem/Community Action Programs (2 folders) 

297

General 

296, 298

Great Diamond Island Job Corps 

298

Headstart (2 folders) 

297

Job Corps – General   

298

Maine 

298

Poland Spring Job Corps (3 folders) 

297

Press Release Information 

297

Upward Bound   

298

VISTA   

298

800 Federal Aviation Administration 

Box

General (2 folders) 

298

Augusta 

298

Airline Strike   

299

Brunswick Naval Air Station   

299

Other (correspondence, resource, case and project Files 1966) 

Box

600 Public Relations (4 folders) 

239

755 Urban Renewal Administration (2 folders) 

292

800 Appalachian Regional Commission   

292

800 Arts and Humanities Commission 

293

800 Archives   

293

800 Atomic Energy Commission (includes Atomic Acceleration Project 

293

800 Better Business Bureau 

294

800 Civil Aeronautics Board (2 folders) 

294

800 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation – General   

298

800 Federal Communications Commission (includes Cable TV) 

299

800 Federal Home Loan Bank Board – General 

299

800 Federal Power Commission – General 

299-300

800 Federal Reserve – General   

300

800 Foreign Claims Settlement Commission 

300

800 Federal Trade Commission – General   

300

800 General Accounting Office   

300

800 General Services Administration (includes Lubec site selection for post office/customs building, and Gardiner) 

300

800 Interstate Commerce Commission (includes box car shortage and railroad problems) 

301-302

800 Library of Congress   

302

800 National Commission on Food Marketing 

302

800 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 

302

800 National Labor Relations Board (includes Clinton Coughlin Case [R]) 

302

800 National Science Foundation (includes Sea Grant College) 

302

800 Peace Corps (2 folders) 

302

800 Small Business Administration (includes South Paris Manufacturing Company and Somerset Recreational Development Corporation) 

303-304

800 Securities and Exchange Commission (2 folders) 

305

800 Selective Service (2 folders) [R] 

305

800 Supreme Court Prayer Decision   

305

800 Tariff Commission (includes Button Imports) 

305

800 United States Information Agency   

305

800 Veterans Administration - Cases [R] 

306

800 Veterans Administration - General 

307

900 Military Academies : 1966 General [R] 

307

Legislative Files 

100 Agriculture Committee 

Box

S. 829: Marketing Quota on Irish Potatoes – Correspondence (2 folders) 

308

Potato Futures Bill – Official Material 

308-309

S. 1477: Potato Futures – General Correspondence (3 folders) 

309

S. 2307   

309

S. 904: National Wool Act – General Materials 

309

S. 1766 – General Correspondence   

309

S. 1126: FHA Loans – Emergency Powers of the Secretary   

309

School Lunch and Milk Programs 

309

General   

309

Appropriations 

309

100 Appropriations 

Box

Agriculture   

310

Civil Defense   

310

Defense – Correspondence   

310

District of Columbia   

310

Foreign Operations   

310

General   

309

H.R. 11588: Supplemental (Housing, Dickey-Lincoln, etc.)   

310

HEW and Labor   

310

Interior   

310

Legislative Appropriations   

310

P.L. 874: Federal Aid to Impacted 

310

Public Works   

310

S. 3012: Adult Education Bill   

310

State, Justice, Commerce and Related Subjects   

310

100 Armed Services 

Box

Materials   

310

General Correspondence (2 folders) 

310

General 

310

H.R. 14556: National Guard   

311

S. Con. Res. 95: Draft 

311

S. 1927: Military Service Medicare Act   

311

100 Commerce Committee 

Box

Materials   

311

General Correspondence 

311-313

Firearms Control   

312

Quality Stabilization (2 folders) 

312

Railroad Rules Dispute (3 folders) 

312

Fisheries S. 1230   

313

H.R. 13893/H.R. 14004: Krebiozen Drugs 

313

LSD   

313

Roosevelt Nomination   

313

S. 1006: [Copyrights] 

313

S. 1063: National Freight Car Supply 

313

S. 2568: Medical Restraint of Trade 

313

S. 3297: Reduced Rates for U.S. Flag Vessels   

313

S. 684: Freight Carriers   

313

S. 1061: Minimum Rate Legislation (2 folders) 

314

S. 2217: Transportation of Grain When U.S. Ships Are not Available   

314

Transportation S. 684 – Opposition Letters Answered by Robo   

314

100 Finance (1962-1965) 

Box

International Coffee Agreement Materials 

314

Trade Legislation (includes A World Trade Policy) 

314

Trade Expansion Act of 1962 

314

Muskie Amendment to Trade Expansion Act of 1962   

314

100 Finance Committee 

Box

General (2 folders) 

314

S. 350: Social Security   

315

H.R. 8282: Unemployment Compensation (4 folders) 

315

H.R. 15119: Unemployment Compensation   

315

Excise Tax on Phone Bills   

315

Excise Tax on Automobiles   

315

H.R. 12752 

315

Tax Adjustment Act (College Tuition) 

315

S. 2969: Internal Revenue Code (includes correspondence) 

315

S. 1203: Teachers Education Deduction   

315

S. 1200: Establish a Court of Veterans Appeals 

315

S. 2604: Internal Revenue Code   

316

Medicare (2 folders) 

316

Medical Care 1960-1964 (includes Maine, miscellanous bills, Anderson-Javits Amendment, nursing homes) 

316-317

Residual Oil   

317

100 Foreign Relations 

Box

General   

317

S. Res. 179   

317

P.L. 480: Surplus Foods   

317

S. 960: Foreign Claims 

317

S. 3584: Foreign Aid Authorization Act   

317

S. 2992 - S. 2993: Bills and Reports 

318

100 Foreign Relations Committee (1965) 

Box

USIA Film on JFK 

318

Correspondence, General (2 folders) 

318

Soviet Consular Treaty   

318

S. 2464: Campobello, [Establishment of] 

318

Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 

318

Foreign Aid 

318

S. 1212: Aid to Colleges in Foreign Development Programs (includes correspondence, bills and reports) 

318

S. Con. Res. 17: Persecution of Jews (bills, reports, correspondence) 

318

100 Interior and Insular Affairs 

Box

General   

318

S. 2863: Appalachian Trail Bill (ESM Cosponsor)   

318

S. 622 (correspondence) 

319

Wild Rivers Bill 

319

S. 1446: Wild Rivers Bill Amendment No. 217 (ESM) 

319

S. 310: National Water Commission – Official Materials   

319

U.S. Committee on Human Rights ESM Cosponsor – Bills and 

319

DiLuzio Nomination   

319

100 Judiciary 

Box

General (2 folders) 

319

S.J. Res. 54: Children's Day in Sports 

319

Morrissey Nomination 

319

Coffin Nomination   

319

Immigration and Naturalization 

319

Federal Crime to Murder the President (88th Cong.)   

319

S. 1434: New England Water Resources Compact   

319

S. 3296, H.R. 14765: Civil Rights (3 folders) 

319

S. 3296, H.R. 14765: Civil Rights 

320

S. 387: Antitrust and Monopoly 1962-1963 

320

Job Discrimination, Age   

320

S. 3283: Civil Rights Act of 1966 – Official Materials 

320

Reapportionment – Materials 

320

S.J. Res. 103: Dirksen Amendment Reapportionment (2 folders) 

320

S.J. Res. 144: UNICEF ESM Cosponsor 

320

Prayer and Bible Reading in Schools (2 folders) 

320

H.R. 11798: Taxation of Interstate Commerce 

320

Holidays 

320

Briefing Book – Apportionment   

320

Voting Age 

321

Civil Rights (includes fair housing and public accomodations) 

321

S.J. Res. 1: Presidential Inability 

321

JFK Film "Years of Lightning, Days of Drums" File 

321

S. 590: Coolidge, Oswaldo [R] 

321

S. 2155: Victim Compensation   

321

Patent 

321

Anti-trust and Monopoly   

321

Internal Security Subcommittee   

321

S. 1006: Copyright Law Revision   

321

Materials   

321

General Correspondence 

321

S. 500: Immigration and Nationality Act Amendment 

322

S. 1592: To Amend the Federal Firearms Act  (2 folders) 

322

S. 1592: To Amend the Federal Firearms Act  (2 folders) 

323

S. 1564: Voting Rights Bill 

323

H.R. 7152: Amendment and Comparison   

323

S. 1731: Civil Rights – Autograph Letter re Senator's Support for S. 1731 

323

S. 747: Immigration Bill   

323

Constitutional Amendments   

323

Presidential Succession   

324

Immigration and Naturalization: S. 1932   

324

Reapportionment of State Legislatures  (2 folders) 

324

100 Labor and Public Welfare 

Box

Bill and Reports   

326, 332

Cold War GI Bill – General Correspondence   

332

Correspondence 

329-330

Double Time Wages (2 folders) 

332

Education 

326, 331

Fair Labor Standards Act   

325, 327

Federally Impacted School Areas 

326

General 

325, 330

Correspondence   

326, 332

H.R. 10027: Common-situs Picketing   

325

H.R. 13881: Humane Treatment 

327

H.R. 2984: Health Research Facilities   

332

H.R. 3141: Nursing Schools   

332

H.R. 3584: Mine Safety   

324

H.R. 5147: Civil Service Health Benefits Act   

325

H.R. 890: Obscenity in Literature and Movies   

325

International Education Bill   

326

Labor 

325, 329, 332

Medicare 

327

Minimum Wage 

324, 327

National Foundation for the Social Sciences 

326

P.L. 89-290: Health Professions Educational Assistance Act 

326

Poverty Bill   

327

Railroads   

325

Repeal of 14-b 

327-328

S. 1071: Humane Treatment 

327, 330

S. 1108: Construction of School Facilities 

332

S. 111: National Humanities Foundation – General Materials   

332

S. 1483: National Arts and Humanities 

332

S. 1525: Vocational Rehabilitation 

326

S. 1650: National Vocational School for the Deaf 

332

S. 1986: Minimum Wage 

326

S. 2232: Captioned Films for the Deaf 

332

S. 2627: Amend Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act (includes National Community Senior Service) 

327

S. 2836: Retardation Centers   

326

S. 2928: Civil Rights, Title IV   

326

S. 2974: Manpower Services Act – General Correspondence   

325

S. 2993: Population Bill 

326

S. 3008: Amend Public Health Service Act   

325

S. 3076: Library Services and Construction Act 

326

S. 3153: Amend National Labor Relations Act 

324

S. 370: Elementary and Secondary Education Bill 

238, 332

S. 5: College Students Assistance 

331-332

S. 600: Higher Education Bill 

328, 332

S. 9: GI Bill   

326

S. 969: Advance Warning of VA Closing 

326

S. Res. 231: Higher Education Act, Title III (ESM Cosponsor) 

326

S. Res. 55: To Establish a Standing Committee on Veterans Affairs 

326

S.J. Res. 174   

325

School Construction   

326

Taft-Hartley; Repeal of Section 14(b) 

325, 329

Veterans 

326, 328

VISTA Bill 

326

Welfare – General Correspondence 

328

100 Post Office and Civil Service 

Box

General Correspondence   

333

Materials 

333

H.R. 10281: Federal Salary Review Commission 

333

Postal Rates – H.R. 12367/S. 2843 – General Correspondence (3 folders) 

333

General   

334

Fire Fighting Hours 

334

H.R. 6277: Amend Foreign Services   

334

H.R. 14122: Federal Salary and Fringe Benefits – General Correspondence   

334

100 Rules and Administration 

Box

General Correspondence   

334

S. Con. Res. 27: Additional Printing of Catalog of Federal Grants-in-Aid   

334

Bobby Baker Investigation   

334

S. Con. Res. 1: Modernization of Congress   

334

S. Res. 59 Official Correspondence 

334

500 Banking and Currency 

Box

Area Redevelopment Administration (includes Assistance to Economically Distressed Areas, S. 400) 

336

Area Redevelopment Agency 

350-351

Balance of Payments Materials (2 folders) 

352-353

Community Development Act of 1965 – Bills and Reports   

337

ESM's Amendment to Silver Coinage Bill 1965 

337

Federal Reserve System   

336

Financial Institutions 

348

General Correspondence 

335, 346

General Materials 

334-335, 346

Gold Situation 

335-336

Hekimian Paper - Interest Rates   

346

Housing – Correspondence   

349

Housing and Home Finance Agency – ESM Briefing Materials   

352

Housing and Urban Development – Demonstration Cities 

346-348

Housing Bill – Conference Materials 

346

Housing Bill S. 2468 (2 folders) 

337

Housing Subcommittee – Materials 

346, 348-349

Mass Transportation 

337

Materials (6 folders) 

341

Official Materials 

345

Rapid Transit 

337

S. 1: Area Redevelopment Materials (2 folders) 

339

S. 1354 and S. 2213: Housing and Urban Development Act –General Correspondence (2 folders) 

336

S. 1354: Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965 

352-354

S. 1698: Bank Merger Act 

344

S. 1740: Truth in Lending Bill Materials (1962) (2 folders) 

352

S. 2012, S. 2036, S. 2080: Silver Coin Shortage Legislation 

337

S. 2213: Rent Supplements   

343

S. 2259: Liberalize Conditions of Loans by National Banks 

351

S. 2275: Truth in Lending (1965) 

351

S. 2310: Mundt Bill (Restrict Wheat Sale to Russia through Import-export Bank) (2 folders) 

351

S. 2353, S. 2418: Amendments to Bank Holding Company Act 

343-344

S. 2418: Bank Holding Amendments   

344

S. 2704 

344

S. 2842 – Materials 

349-350

S. 298: SBIC Amendments (2 folders) 

340

S. 3049: Silver Dollars (includes correspondence) 

343

S. 3097 – Bills and Reports 

349

S. 3097: Historic Preservation 

342

S. 3158 

343

S. 3283: Participation Sales Act 

345

S. 3557: BDC Legislation   

345

S. 3687: Correspondence   

342

S. 3688: Mortgage Money   

343

S. 3711: HUD Act of 1966 (2 folders) 

345

S. 750: Truth in Lending Materials (2 folders) 

351

Silver Content of Coins (2 folders) 

337

Small Business Committee   

345

Subcommittee on Financial Institutions 

339-340

Subcommittee on Housing   

336, 339, 350-351

Subcommittee on International Finance (includes hearing on S. 948: Arab Boycott  ) 

336, 341, 350, 353

Subcommittee on Securities   

340

Subcommittee on Small Business 

340

Truth in Lending – Correspondence   

348

Truth in Lending Bill, 1963 

351-352

Truth in Lending Correspondence 

338-339

Urban Mass Transit Materials   

337-338, 345

Walnut Timber Exports (2 folders) 

335

Weaver Nominations   

343

500 Government Operations 

Box

Automatic Data Processing 

362

Bills and Reports 

364

Commission on Science and Technology – Materials 

362

Foreign Aid Expenditures 

361

General Correspondence   

358, 363

General Materials 

357, 363

IGR 

Box

S. 2114: Periodic Congressional Review of Federal Grants   

357

Urban Land Use and Development 

357

S. 1201: Fair Compensation Act, S. 1681 – Materials 

357

Staff and Budget 

358

Official Materials (2 folders) 

358

Congressional Record Inserts   

358

General Materials (2 folders) 

359

Proposal to President 

359

Ellis Island 

365-366
Box

Impact of Federal Urban Development Programs on Local Government Organization and Planning 

356

Investigations Subcommittee Materials   

361

Local Officers Training Bill 

356

Memoranda 

363

Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations 

Box

Sol Estes Case 

357

Correspondence 

363

Memoranda (2 folders) 

363

Bank Closure Investigations 

364

Urban Renewal Investigations (includes correspondence) 

364

Organized Crime and Illicit Trade in Narcotics (reports) 

364
Box

Reorganization Plan #1 

356

Reorganization Plan #2 

362

S. 1007: Jurisdiction over Federal Lands in States 

364

S. 1023: Amendments to Public Health Service Act 

365

S. 1201: Fair Compensation Act 

359

S. 1508: Transfer of Surplus Federal Property   

356

S. 1537: Use of Automated Data Equipment by Federal Departments and Agencies   

362

S. 1599: Department of Housing and Urban Development Act 

364

S. 1633: Department of Urban Affairs   

364

S. 1676: Population Control   

363

S. 1681: Uniform Relocation Act of 1965 – General Correspondence   

359

S. 2: Amendment to Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 

364

S. 2251: Marine and Atmospheric Affairs Coordination Act 

359

S. 2435: To Redesignate Interior as Department of Natural Resources   

362

S. 2927 

359

S. 3000 – Correspondence 

359

S. 3010: Department of Transportation 

360-361

S. 3037: Amendments to Federal Property and Administration Services Act of 1949 

357

S. 309: Noxious and Obscene Materials – Correspondence 

364

S. 3408: Intergovernmental Personnel Act – Correspondence 

359

S. 3502/S. 3503: Escheat Bills – Correspondence   

359

S. 3509: NIAC – Correspondence 

359

S. 561: Intergovernmental Cooperation Act of 1965 

359

S. 689: Review of Federal Grants in Aid 

364

S. 855: Local Review of Federal Grants (2 folders) 

365

S. Res. 205 

359

S.J. Res. 187 

359

Staff Memoranda 

357

Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization 

360

Subcommittee on Foreign Aid Expenditures 

363

Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations 

Box

Staff 

354

Questionnaire 1962-1963 

354

Questionnaire No. 2 1964 

354

Government in Metropolitan Areas   

354

Press Coverage   

354

S. Res. 359   

354

Report 1963 

354

Reapportionment   

354

Materials 

354-355

Catalog of Federal Grants in Aid (2 folders) 

355

Impact of Federal Urban Development 

355

ACIR 

355

ESM Articles   

355

Statements at Hearings   

355

News Releases   

355

Boston Hearings   

355

Report on Subcommittee Studies 

355

Congressional Record Inserts   

355

H.R. 13305   

355

Interim Report   

355

National Water Policy   

356

Subcommittee Report Study   

356

Water Resources Study   

356

S. Res. 45   

356

S. Res. 280   

356

Correspondence  

357-358

Omnibus Bill   

365

General 

364-365
Box

Subcommittee on National Security 

362

Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations   

361

Subcommittee on Reorganization and International Organizations 

362

Treasury Reorganization – Correspondence 

363

500 Public Works Committee 

Box

"Steps to Clean Water"   

386

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations – "The Problem of Special Districts in American Government" (2 folders) 

380

Air and Water Pollution 

Box

Public Relations 

375

American Institute of Chemical Engineers   

377

December Hearings (Sen. Randolph Conducting)   

380

General 

386

Reports 

386
Box

Air and Water Subcommittee 

376-377

Air Pollution(includes hearings, correspondence, etc.) 

368-369, 373, 375, 384-386

Camden Breakwater   

377

Clinton Bridge and Muscatine Bridge Commission   

373

Correspondence   

371

Dickey-Lincoln (includes personnel, correspondence, etc.) 

387-389

Environmental Bulletins   

386

ESM Copies of Subcommittee Correspondence 

374-375

Eugene P. Foley Nomination (1965) 

367

General Correspondence 

371, 374

General Materials 

372

House Air Pollution Control Bill   

373

Jurisdiction – Water Quality   

386

Lake Erie – Water Pollution 

379

Materials from League of Cities 

377

Passamaquoddy (Quoddy) 

Box

1963 Summary; 1964 Report   

381

Cross Rock   

381

Crossrock/Malcolm Stevenson Application   

381

General Correspondence   

381

General Materials   

381

Maine Citizens for Quoddy-St. John – Materials 

381

News Clippings 

381

News Releases   

381

Official Correspondence   

381

1964 Legislation – S. 2573 

382

Hearings August 12, 1964 

382

Official Materials 

382

S. 515: Passamaquoddy Bill – Bills and Reports 

382
Box

Pollution – Portland Harbor 

379

Power Failure of November 9, 1965 

388

Public Roads Subcommittee (2 folders) 

372

Public Works Materials   

373

Quoddy (Correspondence, Dickey-Lincoln) 

388

Rivers and Harbors 

374, 377

Roadside Beautification 1965 (includes S. 2084) 

366

S. 1648: Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 

368, 380-381

S. 2300: Omnibus Bill - bills, reports, section 201 veto 

372-373

S. 2934: Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Vice Presidential Residence   

380

S. 2947 

370-371

S. 2987: Administration Bill – Clean Rivers 

370-371

S. 3 Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 

366

S. 306: Air and Water Pollution (includes clean air amendments) 

373-374

S. 3112: Clean Air Act (includes amendment materials) 

369

S. 3389 Hirschhorn Museum 

377

S. 3521: Federal Fine Arts and Architecture Act - Correspondence   

372

S. 4: Air and Water Pollution 

Box

Official Correspondence   

382

DEN's Materials (2 folders) 

383

Federal Water Pollution Control Hearings, Portland – Pertinent Data 

383

General Correspondence (3 folders) 

383

General Materials (2 folders) 

383

Pertinent Data Relating to S. 4: Water Quality Act of 1965 

383
Box

S. 515: Passamaquoddy Bill 

381

S. 560: Air and Water Pollution Subcommittee 

382

S. 560: Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution Official Correspondence 1965 

366

S. 812 

368

St. George River Closed to Clamming 

374

Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution (includes S. 560, biodegradable detergents) 

368, 374, 377-379

Subcommittee on Public Roads (1963-1965) 

367-368

TVA Financing Bill – Jackson Purchase   

377

U.S. Capitol – West Front   

371

Udall German Mission Report 

377

Uranium Tailings – Colorado (2 folders) 

387

Water Pollution 

Box

General Correspondence 

370

Androscoggin Valley 

379

Sewage Treatment Grants 

381

Includes industrial supplies 

386

Includes hearings 

369-370

Field Hearings 

374, 382

General 

385-386

550 Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR) 

Box

"Statutory and Administrative Control Associated with Federal Grants for Assistance" 

393

1966 Memoranda (5 folders) 

389

ACIR 1966 (4 folders) 

395

Commission Correspondence and Memos 1965 

390-391

Docket Book – 23rd Meeting April 21-22, 1966 

390

Housing Amendments Re: Community Water and Sewerage Facilities 

391

Materials 

391-395

Meeting Docket Books 

Box

14th Meeting, June 27-28, 1963   

395-396

15th Meeting, September 26-27, 1963 (2 folders) 

396

Eighteenth Meeting, Sept. 17-18, 1964 

396

Nineteenth Meeting, December 17-18, 1964 (2 folders) 

396

Seventeenth Meeting, May 21-22, 1964 

396

Sixteenth Meeting, January 23-24, 1964 

396

Twentieth Meeting, May 14, 1965 (2 folders) 

397

Twenty-first Meeting, October 14-15, 1965 (2 folders) 

397

Twenty-second Meeting, Jan. 13-14 1966 

397
Box

Memoranda 1966 (3 folders) 

390

Reports   

Box

Industrial Development and State and Local Tax and Expenditure Policy: a study of their interrelationships (2 folders), 1966 

397

Intergovernmental Responsibilities for Relocation of Persons and Businesses Displaced by Government Programs, 1964 

398

Metropolitan Social and Economic Disparities: implications for intergovernmental relations in central cities and suburbs 1964 

398
Box

Urban renewal Conference 1961-1964 

390

550 Maine Delegation, 1961-1966 

Box

Meetings (includes docket books) 

398-400

Dow Air Force Base Proposals 1965 

398

General Materials 1963-1965 

398

550 New England Senators Conference   

Box

General Correspondence   

399

Official Materials   

399

General Materials   

399

Official Correspondence   

399

Conference Secretary's File   

400

Regional Development 

400

January 27 Meeting   

400

New England Council Correspondence   

400

New England Water Pollution Control Commission   

400

Transportation Problems 

400

New York-New Haven Railroad Questions   

400

Internal Revenue Service Merger/New York-Northeast Offices 

400

Telegrams and Memos to Senators – Udall's Oil Import Decision   

400

Residual Oil 

Box

General Materials 

400-401, 403

Conference Correspondence   

401-402

April 14, 1965 Meeting 

401

General Correspondence 

401-402

Conference Materials 

402

St. Croix Paper 

403

Letters to Udall 3/6/64 

404

Other (legislative files) 

Box

100 Aeronautical and Space Sciences 

307

100 Special Committee on Aging 

307-308

100 District of Columbia (includes education, downtown progress, home rule) 

311

100 Interior 

318

100 Legislation 

333

100 Ways and Means (includes H.R. 15311, H.R. 17607) 

334

200 House Committee on Un-American Activities, August 1966 

334

200 Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress   

334

200 Joint Economic Committee   

334

200 Interstate and Foreign Commerce   

334

200 Select Committee on Science and Astronautics   

334

200 Select Committee on Small Business   

334

550 Joint Building Commission (includes correspondence) 

398

550 National Governors Conference 

404

Sponsorship/Cosponsorship Records: 5. 89th Congress, 1965-1966 (3 folders) 

404

Roll Call Voting Record: 5. 89th Congress, 1965-1966, 2nd Session (3 folders) 

404

Political Files (850 Politics) 

National 

Box

Fair Campaign Practices 

405

General Correspondence 

406

General Materials 

405-406

Inauguration [includes donation of Lawrence and Louise Butler, 1989] 

405-406

Whip Position, 5. 89th Congress, 1965-1966 

406

Maine Politics 

Box

1965 Legislative Manual 

408

1966 Campaign – Governor 

409

500 Club 

406, 408

Billboards 

408

Campaign Contributors 

408

Democratic Platform and Republican Platform 

407

First District - Kyros 

409

General Correspondence 

406

General Materials 

406, 408

Hathaway 

409

Lincoln County Problems 

407

List of Democratic Chairmen 

409

Maine Democratic State Committee 1965 

409

Margaret Chase Smith Voting Record 

407-408

Senatorial Campaign [Elmer H. Violette] 

409

State Democratic Convention Materials 

408

State Democratic Memos 

408

Television Programming 

409

Violette Speech Materials 

408
Box

Roll Call Register 102nd [Maine State] Legislature 1965- 

410

Press Files 

Speeches 

Box

January – April 1965 

411-412

May – June 1965 

412-413

July – December 1965 

413

Undated Speech Materials 1966 

413

January 3 to May 16, 1966 

414

May 17 to September 1, 1966 

414-415

September 7 - December 12, 1966 

415-416
Box

Press Releases (includes weekly reports to Maine) 

410-411

Program from Jefferson/Jackson Dinner, Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan, 3/26/1966 

416

Correspondence re: ESM Articles 

Box
416

Delegation Grant Announcements 

Box
416

Scheduling Files 

Box

January – February 1965 (2 folders) 

416

March 1965 

416

March 1965 (3 folders) 

417

April 1965 (4 folders) 

417

May – June 1965 (5 folders) 

418

July – September 1965 (6 folders) 

419

October 1965 

419-420

November – December 1965 (3 folders) 

420

Pending Invitations 1965 

420

Ditchley Foundation 1965 

420

American Embassy, London 1965 

420

January 1966 

421

February (2 folders) 

421

February 1966 

422

March 1966 (3 folders) 

422

April 1966 (2 folders) 

422

April 1966 

423

May 1966 (3 folders) 

423

June 1966 (3 folders) 

424

June 1966 

424

July – August 1966 (4 folders) 

424

September 1966 

424

September 1966 (2 folders) 

425

October – November 1966 (5 folders) 

425

December 1966 (3 folders) 

426

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6. 90th Congress, 1967-1968   142.5 Linear feet 302 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content note

This sub-subseries includes the following types of files from the 90th Congressional Session: academy files, correspondence/resource/case files, legislative files, political files, and press files.

In addition, there are substantial runs of files maintained by Administrative Assistant Donald E. Nicoll, and of field hearings led by Muskie on air pollution control legislation.

Arrangement note

This sub-subseries is organized by file type.

Correspondence, Resource and Case Files 1967 

Master Alphabetical File [Outgoing correspondence arranged by recipient name] 

Box

Aa – Bt (9 folders) [R] 

427

Bu – Dl (8 folders) [R] 

428

Dm – Gp (7 folders) [R] 

429

Gq – Jz (9 folders) [R] 

430

La – Mal (8 folders) [R] 

431

Mam – Pl (8 folders) [R] 

432

Pm – Sl (8 folders) [R] 

433

Sm – Wh (8 folders) [R] 

434

Wi – Z (3 folders) [R] 

435

Office Memos and Flex Copies 

435

Congressional Liaison/To Whom It May Concern/Dear Sir Letters 

435

020 A. Washington Office 

Box

Get Well   

435

Condolences  (3 folders) 

435

Inter-office Memos   

436

Congressional Record   

436

Recommendations [R] 

436

Interns [R] [Weeded] 

436

Office Procedure 

436

Thank You (2 folders) [Weeded] 

436

Staff Applications and Hill Patronage [R] [Weeded] 

436

General (3 folders) 

436

Army-Navy game 

436

Waterville Office – General 

437

030 General 

Box

A – G 

437

E – K 

438

L – P 

439

R – Z 

440

050 Maine 

Box

Adjutant General   

442

Agriculture (2 folders) 

442

Air Pollution   

442

Allagash, Meeting with Landowners 1962 

448

Attorney General   

442

Bangor Industrial Development   

442

Bank Commissioner   

442

Basic Adult Education   

442

Boxing Commission   

442

Bureau of Mines – Blackhawk   

442

Civil Defense and Public Safety   

442

Commission on Arts and Humanities   

442

Conservation   

442

Defense – Presque Isle (unfiled) 

448

Department of Education 

443

Department of Indian Affairs (5 folders) 

444

Economic Development   

442

Education – Mount Desert School   

448

Employment Security Commission (2 folders) [R] 

444

Forestry Department 

442

General 

442, 446-447

Governor Curtis   

442

Health and Welfare [Cases] 

Box

General 

440

Armstrong, Jen [R] 

441

Beaulieu, Rilla [R] 

441

Bisson, Charles [R] 

441

Boutin, Cleophile [R] 

441

Bourne, Martina [R] 

441

Bouthilette, Carrie [R] 

441

Bulley, Carlene [R] 

441

Cote, Charles [R] 

441

Debeck, Lloyd [R] 

441

Conley, Darla [R] 

441

Gilmore, Roland [R] 

441

Giroux, Frank [R] 

441

Gosselin, Emil [R] 

441

Kelley, Henry [R] 

441

LaPointe, Joseph [R] 

441

Lovely, Norris [R] 

441

Maresh, Robert V. [R] 

441

Merrill, Elsa [R] 

441

Morin, Antoine [R] 

441

McIver, Harold [R] 

441

Ramsay, James [R] 

441

Sanborn, Harry [R] 

441

Searles, Franklin [R] 

441

Silk, Marion [R] 

441
Box

Inland Fish and Game   

443

Labor and Industry   

443

Maine Recreation Authority   

444

Medicare Program   

440

Mental Health and Corrections [R] 

443

National Guard [R] 

445

New England River Basins Commission   

442

Parks and Recreation (includes Drakes Island and Peaks Island) 

445

Port Authority 

444

Presque Isle Industrial Council   

445

Prisons and Reformatories   

443

Public Utilities Commission   

443

School Libraries   

443

Sea and Shore Fisheries   

443

Seacoast Regional Plan   

444

Secretary of State  

445

Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute   

444

State Chamber of Commerce 

444

State Geologist 

445

State Historian   

445

State Legislature 

445

State Librarian   

445

State Liquor Commission 

445

State of Maine Ports   

448

State Park and Recreation Commission   

444

State Police   

445

State Transportation Commission   

445

Task Force   

445

Traip Academy R.A.M.P.   

445

Treasurer   

445

University of Maine 

Box

Rural Poverty Project 

446

Federal Grant Program 

446

Cooperative Fisheries Unit   

446

Water Resources Council   

446

Urban Renewal Demonstration Project  

446

Water Improvement Commission 

Box

July Meeting with Vahlsing Inc.   

446

Prestile Stream   

446

Middle Range Pond   

446

St. Joseph's College   

446

"Ammunition"   

446

S.D. Warren 

446
Box

Westport-Wiscasset Bridge 

445

060 ESM Personal 

Box

General  (3 folders) 

448-449

[Members of Congress for Peace through Law]   

448

Hyde School Yearbook 

448

Birthday Greetings 

449

[ESM interview for] JFK Library Oral History Project 

449

Miscellaneous  (2 folders) 

449

100 Agriculture 

Box

General 

449-450

S. 2934   

450

S. 877   

450

S. 109: Unfair Trade Practices   

450

S. 696: REA   

450

S. 612   

450

S. 3337 (1966) (2 folders) 

450

S. 2147: Meat Inspection Act   

450

S. 562: Potato Futures   

450

Pesticides   

450

S. 2194: Commodity Exchange Act   

450

H.R. 12322: Cotton 1966 

451

S. 1724 [Potato Futures] 

451

S. 1504 [Farmers Home Administration] 

451

100 Appropriations 

Box

Interior and Insular   

451

General (2 folders) 

451

Agriculture   

451

Armed Services   

451

Commerce   

451

Labor and Public Welfare   

451

Independent Offices   

451

Labor and Health, Education and Welfare   

451

Public Works 

451-452

Department of Transportation 

452

100 Armed Services 

Box

General 

452

S. 108: Kennebec Arsenal   

452

Reserve and National Guard Retirement 

452

S. 2791: [Military Authorization Bill] 

452

S. 3169/ESM Cosponsor 

452

S. 1035   

452

S. 850: Preservation of Navy Yard 

452

S. 479: [U.S.S.] Utah 

452

Draft   

452

S. 1877   

452

S.J. Res. 94: [U.S.S.] Thresher   

452

Troop Reduction in Europe/ESM Cosponsor   

452

H.R. 2   

452

S. 223 

452

100 Commerce 

Box

Electric Power Feasibility Bill (2 folders) 

455

Fishery Production Act   

453

General 

452-453

H.R. 13881: Humane Treatment   

453

Patent Reform Act   

453

PL 89-544: Lab Animal Welfare Act   

453

S. 1091: Development of Continental Shelf (1965) 

455

S. 1160: Educational TV   

453

S. 1472: Fish Inspection   

453

S. 1484: Quality Stabilization (1965) 

455

S. 1585: Vessel Pollution Control   

453

S. 17: Containers for Fruits and Vegetables (1965) 

454

S. 18: 1.5 Quart Containers (1965) 

454

S. 1934: Electric Power Reliability Act   

453

S. 2067: Radiation Control   

455

S. 2225 [Contiguous Fishery Zone] 

455

S. 2426: Fisheries Development Act   

453

S. 2720 (2 folders) 

453

S. 293 -1968 

453

S. 30 [National Economic Conversion and Diversification] 

454

S. 3779: Protect Constitutional Rights of Government Employees 

454

S. 451: Electric Car Bill   

453

S. 453 (ESM's)   

453

S. 49 [Offshore Fishery Resources] 

454

S. 627 [Commercial Fisheries Research and Development] 

454

S. 688   

453

S. 724: Fire Research and Safety Act   

454

S. 909: Conservation of Anadromous Fisheries (1965) 

454

S. 937: Amend the FAA Act (1965) 

454

S. 944: National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering Development 1965 

455

S. 985: Fair Packaging and Labeling 

454

100 Finance 

Box

General 

455, 455A

7% Surtax (2 folders) 

455A

Social Security/General 

455A-455B

Sugar Beet Material 1964 

455B

Tax Credit for Tuition 

455B

S. 2325: Social Security Act, Muskie Amendment (2 folders) 

455B-455C

S. 399: Social Security Title V   

455C

S. 2022: Orderly Marketing 

455C

Social Security/Prouty Amendment 

455C

H.R. 11029: Textile Imports 

455C-455D

S. 1796: Hollings Bill 1967 

455

Medicare   

455

Hide Exports/Footwear   

455

Trade Expansion Act   

455

S. 2176: Trade, ESM Cosponsor 

455

S. 1891: Trade Expansion   

455E

Rubber Footwear   

455E

Pollution Incentives   

455E

Railroad Retirement Benefits   

455E

Veterans Affairs   

455E

S. 950: ESM Cosponsor   

455E

S. 18   

455E

H.R. 18077: Minimum Retirement   

455E

S. 16: Vietnam Veterans Assistance/ESM Cosponsor   

455E

S. 92: Federal Tax Sharing Commission/ESM Cosponsor   

455E

S. 2045: [Anti-dumping]   

455E

H.R. 15119   

455E

Security Mutual Funds   

455E

Income Tax 

455E

Investment Credit  

455E

S. 1466: Amend IRS Code of 1954   

455E

Muskie Statement on Trade 1963 

455E

100 Foreign Affairs 

Box

General (2 folders) 

455

S. Con Res. 91: Baltic States 

455

Outer Space Treaty   

455

S. 1212: International Education Act 

455

H.J. Res. 11: Rhodesia   

455

S. Con. Res. 26   

455

S. 1872: FPC Amendment to 1967 Foreign Aid Bill (2 folders) 

455

S. 1872: FPC Amendment to 1967 Foreign Aid Bill 

456

Foreign Assistance Act of 1967 (2 folders) 

456

S. Res. 180 [U.N. Peacekeeping and Peacemaking Operations] (ESM Cosponsor) 

456

100 Interior and Insular Affairs 

Box

General (2 folders) 

456

S. 119 [Establish National Wild Rivers System] 

456

S. 810 [Whitehouse Conference on Indian Affairs] (ESM Cosponsor) 

456

S. 369: Jackson Lab Land   

456

Green Lake [Maine Atlantic Salmon Hatchery] 

456

S. 2962: Redwoods [National Park] (ESM Cosponsor) 

456

Colorado River Basin (2 folders) 

457

S. 1092: Scenic Rivers Act   

457

S. 20 [National Water Commission Act] 

457

S. Con. Res. 11   

457

S. 1321 [North Cascades National Park] 

457

100 Judiciary 

Box

General 

457-458

Constitutional Amendments   

458

S. 1026: Civil Rights Act (3 folders) 

458

S. 1: Firearms Control 

458

Copyright Legislation   

458

S. J. Res. 12 [Constitutional Amendments] 

458

The Structure of the Executive Branch of the Federal Government in New England 

458

H.J. Res. 325: Free Enterprise Day   

458

S. 1629 [Designate JFK Birthday a Legal Holiday] 

459

[S. 1263] Fair Campaign Practices (ESM Cosponsor)   

459

UNICEF Day (ESM Cosponsor) 

459

S. 794 [Columbus Day a Legal Holiday] 

459

S.J. Res. 94: Crime   

459

S. 597: Patent Bill   

459

S.J. Res. 54 [Equal Rights for Women Amendment] (ESM Cosponsor) 

459

S. 260: Medical Restraint of Trade   

459

S. 355 [Legislative Reorganization Act of 1967] 

459

S.J. Res. 8 [Lowering Voting Age to 18] 

459

H.R. 2508: Legislative Redistricting Bill   

459

Riots   

459

S. 2524: Immigration and Naturalization Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

459

S. 1035: Invasion of Privacy   

459

[S. 3646] Abolish Death Penalty   

459

S. 3 [Challenge of Loans and Grants] 

459

S. 597: Copyright Legislation   

459

[H.R. 10480] Flag Desecration   

459

S.J. Res. 94: Joint Committee to Investigate Crime   

459

S. 1538 [Antitrust and Monopoly Legislation] 

459

Prayer Amendment: Substitute for S.J. Res. 144  (2 folders) 

459

S. 1353 [Judiciary and Judicial Procedure]   

460

S. 2124: Boxing Bill (1965) 

460

S. 108: Columbus Day a Legal Holiday 1963 - 1965 

460

S.J. Res. 85: Equal Rights for Women (1965) 

460

100 Labor and Public Welfare 

Box

Education – General (2 folders) 

460

Labor – General (3 folders) 

460

Welfare – General (2 folders) 

460

Quie Amendment   

461

Compulsory Arbitration   

461

Humane Animal Treatment Laboratory Act  (2 folders) 

461

S. 1366: Diagnostic Treatment Centers   

461

S. 2210: Employment Service Act   

461

Speech Materials   

461

H.R. 6418: Public Health Service Act   

461

Work Training (ESM Cosponsor) 

461

Veterans Legislation   

461

S. 325 (ESM Cosponsor) 

461

S. 188 [Commission on Noxious and Obscene Matters and Materials] 

461

S.J. Res. 81   

461

S. 3089 

461

S. 836 (ESM Cosponsor) 

461

S. 721 (ESM Cosponsor) 

461

S. 3773 [Youth Camp Safety]    

461

S. 951 [Older Americans Act Amendment] 

461

S. 1250 [Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act Amend] 

461

S. 2184: Economic Opportunity Act (2 folders) 

462

S. 299 (ESM Introduced) 

462

G.I. Bill   

462

Jackson Laboratory   

462

100 Post Office and Civil Service 

Box

General   

463

S. 341, S. 854, S. 271: Postal Salary Increases  (2 folders) 

463

Postage Rate Increases (3 folders) 

463

Federal Pay Increase   

463

H.R. 2: National Guard   

463

S. 218: Mail Rate   

463

Retirement Benefits and Hazardous Duty  

463

S. 729: Retirement   

463

S. 1375: Service Contract Act   

463

S. 341: Federal Employee Labor Management Act   

463

S. 1140: Amend Civil Service Retirement (1965) 

463

S. 1886: Prohibits Mail Opening 1965 

464

200 Joint Committees 

Box

Joint Economic Committee (3 folders) 

464

Joint Committee on Nonessential Expenditures   

464

Joint Committee on Defense Production 

464

Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress   

465

Joint Committee on Printing   

465

Joint Committee on Atomic Energy 

465

400 House Committees 

Box

House Committee on Agriculture   

465

Special House Committee to Investigate Adam C. Powell   

465

House Committee on Small Business 

465

House Committee on Ways and Means   

465

House Committee on Foreign Commerce   

465

House Committee on Veterans Affairs   

465

House Committee on Foreign Affairs   

465

House Committee on Banking and Currency   

465

House Committee on Armed Services   

465

House Committee on Appropriations   

465

House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs   

465

House Committee on Judiciary   

466

House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries 

466

House Committee on Post Office and Civil Service (includes H.R. 99 rate increase for third class mail and H.R. 7 reclassify certain positions in postal field service) 

466-467

House Committee on Public Works   

467

House Committee on Science and Astronautics   

467

House Committee on Rules   

467

House Committee on Education and Labor   

467

500 Government Operations 

Box

FHA Multiple Dwelling Projects (2 folders) [R2] 

471

Foreign Aid Expenditures (includes birth control) 

470

General Correspondence 

473

Intergovernmental Personnel (2 folders) 

472

Intergovernmental Relations 

Box

Budget   

468

Copaken Proposal 

468

Creative Federalism   

469

Federal Disaster Relief Manual  (2 folders) 

469

Federal, State Taxes   

469

General Correspondence (2 folders) 

469-470

Joint Funding Simplification Act 

474

S. 1485: Intergovernmental Manpower Materials 

469

S. 671: National Intergovernmental Affairs Council 

469

S. 698: Intergovernmental Cooperation Act 

469

S. 699 (Intergovernmental Personnel Act - includes bills, reports, hearings, materials) 

467-468

S. Res. 68: Select Committee on Technology and the Human Environment 1964-1967 

471

Staff   

468

Tax Sharing – Correspondence 

473

Subcommittee (includes staff director applications and personnel materials, Donald E. Nicoll) 

473
Box

Investigations, Riots (includes S. Res. 150) 

472

Memoranda 

472-473

Poverty Program 

472

S. 1364: Federal Enclaves 

472

S. 3502, S. 3503: Veterans Escheat Bill 

474

S. 699: Intergovernmental Personnel Act – Correspondence   

471

S. 799: Comprehensive Planning and Coordination Act   

474

S. Res. 68: Select Committee Correspondence (2 folders) 

470

S. Res. 79: Revenue Sharing Study   

473

Select Committee on Technology and Human Environment 

473

Subcommittee on Government Research 

470

Subcommittee on Investigations (2 folders) [R2] 

471

Subcommittee on National Security 

470

Water and Sewer Problems   

470

500 Public Works (1967) 

Box

"Steps toward Clean Water" revision   

485

Air and Water Pollution 

477, 479-480

Air Pollution 

Box

General, January-March 1967 (3 folders) 

483

Materials (4 folders) 

483

Includes field hearings, Don E. Nicoll files, Maine 

474-475

Compacts (Not S. J. Res. 95) (2 folders) 

480

Correspondence – April-January 1967 (3 folders) 

485
Box

American Paper Institute, Water-air Legislative Report (2 folders) 

479

Article for Water and Waste Engineering 1966-1968 

474

Automotive Pollution – [Joseph M.] Callahan (2 folders) 

476

Dickey-Lincoln 1965 

Box

Appropriations 

488

Chronologies and Materials 1962-1970 

488

Congressional Aspects of Project (Including Floor Debates) (2 folders) 

487

Congressional Aspects   

488

Conservation Aspects   

488

Dickey-Lincoln Materials 1965-1968 

488

Dickey-Lincoln School Association   

488

Electric Power – Dickey-Lincoln 

488

Engineering Firm Proposals 

486

General Correspondence   

488

General Materials 

485-488

House Appropriations Staff Report 

488

Meeting between Senator Muskie and William Dunham, March 6, 1968 [re: Dickey-Lincoln] 

488

Official Materials 

486

Public Works Appropriations and Authorizations – Comparisons and Figures 

488

Speech Materials 

487-488
Box

Environmental Bulletins   

479

ESM's Testimony on Construction Grants   

480

European Trip, Correspondence 

482

General Correspondence   

490

General Materials 

Box

House Water Pollution Bills: H.R. 982, 3716, 3988, 4264, 4953 

491

Power Rate Comparisons (Quoddy - St. John) (3 folders) 

490

Power Rates (Including Dickey-Lincoln)   

491

S. 4: Air and Water Pollution (includes official materials, bills, reports, proposed revisions) 

491
Box

Kolping Society (3 folders) 

489

Lead Additives   

482

Maine Yankee Atomic Power Plant 

489

Materials on Power Companies (Including Atomic Energy Plants Questions) 

489

Nuclear Power – Radioactive Pollution 

488

Proposed Water Pollution Legislation (2 folders) 

480

S. 1341: Lake Pollution   

489

S. 1591 and S. 1604: To Amend the Oil Pollution Act of 1924 

481-482, 485, 488

S. 1637: TVA Financing Bill   

485

S. 1646: Solid Waste Disposal Bill   

482

S. 1870: Acid Mine Pollution   

489

S. 2310   

485

S. 3418: Federal Aid to Highways Act (3 folders) 

480

S. 451: Electric Car Bill 

475-476

S. 602: Appalachian Amendments – Materials (4 folders) 

482

S. 780: Clean Air Act Amendment 

474-478

S. Res. 189: D.C. Feasibility Study   

489

Special Study 

489

Staff Report on Environmental Pollution   

485

Subcommittee on Economic Development   

485

Tax Incentives   

482

The Auto and Air Pollution 1967 

478

Thermal Pollution Hearings 

480-481

Uranium Tailings   

489

Water Oversight (includes hearings) 

481, 484-485

Water Pollution- includes legislation 

478

Water Pollution- 1966 Proposed International Symposium   

482

700 Executive 

Box

Office of the President 

493

The Vice President – "Dropouts Anonymous"   

493

Office of Science and Technology 

493

Bureau of the Budget 

494

General   

494

Consumer Affairs   

494

Trade Negotiations   

494

Presidential Appointment   

494

New England Regional Commission 

494

Central Intelligence Agency 

494

Office of Emergency Planning 

494

701 Transportation 

Box

General   

494

Federal Highway Administration (2 folders) 

494

FAA – August 

494

Report on Highway Act, P.L. 89-574 (3 folders) 

495

705 State 

Box

Agency for International Development (11 folders) 

495

Communism (2 folders) 

496

Disarmament   

496

Nuclear Armament 

496

Foreign Aid (7 folders) 

496

Foreign Policy (10 folders) 

496

Briefing Book, “Economic Assistance – Foreign Assistance Act of 1967” 

496

Africa   

496

Briefing Book, British-American Parliamentary Group [Ditchley] 

497

Panama (2 folders) 

497

Poland   

497

Travel to Israel   

497

Middle East Crisis (3 folders) 

497

China   

497

Japan – Okinawa 

497

Japanese-American Assembly [Japan Trip] 1967 

497-498

General 

498-499

Rhodesia   

499

United Nations   

499

USSR   

499

Alliance for Progress Program – Partners for the Alliance 

499

Cuba   

499

Pan American Union   

499

School of Fine Art 

499

Peace Corps   

499

Passport Office 

Box

General 

499

Adler, Joseph [R] 

499

Fales, Mary [R] 

499

St. John.  Mrs. Kenneth [R] 

499

Alliance College "Kujawiaki" [R] 

499

Blackwood, Paul [R] 

499

Bowdoin – Bushey, Bruce [R] 

499

Nguyen Thuy Diep [R] 

499

Guren, Daniel [R] 

500

Komarek, Kazan [R] 

500

Griskivich, Linda [R] 

500

Korawit, Khun [R] 

500

Meddiebempsters [R] 

500

Maloney, John J. [R] 

500

Percival, Keith W. [R] 

500

Savage, Atwood R. [R] 

500

Senenky, Joseph P. [R] 

500

Visa Office 

Box

General 

500

Arlyn Barnard Inquiry [R] 

500

Chow, Tommy [R] 

500

Constantinesco, Lina [R] 

500

Katchai, Lea [R] 

500

Kebir, Mohamed [R] 

500

Kelly, Caroline[ R] 

500

Kelly, Theresa [R] 

500

Cooper, Malcolm Knowles [R] 

500

Margolis, Larry [R] 

500

Maung Maung Gyi [R] 

500

Ng Chan Hung [R] 

500

Principe, Rosalina [R] 

500

Sharpe, Thomas [R] 

500

Thompson, David P. [R] 

500

Trepel, Mrs. Nellie [R] 

500

Walsh, Mrs. Andrew [R] 

500
Box

U.S.-Soviet Consular Treaty 

500-501

Vietnam 

Box

Materials from Vietnam [Elections Observation] Trip (2 folders) 

501

Vietnam [election observation trip] (4 folders) 

501

Vietnam Election Briefing August   

501

Vietnam Bombing Materials 

501

Dr. J. Allen Broyles Form Letters (2 folders) 

502

January-December 

502-506

710 Treasury 

Box

Coast Guard - includes Biddeford Pool (Fletcher Neck)   

506

Customs  

Box

General 

506

Romanian Shoe Problems 

506

Internal Revenue Service (2 folders) 

506

Comptroller of the Currency   

506

FBI – General 

506

715 Defense 

Box

Navy – General 

506

General   

507

Secretary of Defense   

507

Air Force – General   

507

Certificates of Service 

Box

Mack, Gregory E. [R] 

507

Gerardo, Bernard [R] 

507

Holloway, Thomas [R] 

507

Kekona, Hugo [R] 

507

Johnson, Herbert C. [R] 

507

Jenkins, James G. [R] 

507

Mason, Margaret [R] 

507

Moran, Vincent [R] 

507

Pearson, Lucy [R] 

507

Riley, Patricia [R] 

507

Salewski, John [R] 

507

Sawyer, Elizabeth [R] 

507

Air Force Liaison 

Box

Beaulieu, Craig [R] 

507

Genest, Claude [R] 

507

Birt, George [R] 

507

Czarnecki, Henry J. [R] 

507

Denning, George [R] 

507

Fitzpatrick, Michael [R] 

507

Chase, Robert L. [R] 

508

Fletcher, Moddy [R] 

508

Foley, Donald [R] 

508

Foshay, James E. [R] 

508

Harris, Alvin [R] 

508

Henry, Stewart [R] 

508

Jorgansen, Eugene [R] 

508

King, Louis [R] 

508

Knight, Kenneth [R] 

508

LaDieu, Gordon E. [R] 

508

McDougal, Robert A. [R] 

508

Maheu, Richard [R] 

508

Meehan, Michael [R] 

508

Murphy, Michael [R] 

508

Nott, Kenneth [R] 

508

Page, Richard [R] 

508

Pelletier, Bernon [R] 

508

Peters, George [R] 

508

Pike, Ronald [R] 

508

Quanti, Frederick [R] 

508

Raymond, Brian [R] 

508

Ryan, Vincent J. [R] 

508

Swan, Wayne B. [R] 

508

Wood, Thomas [R] 

508

Woodall, Richard [R] 

508

Ayers, T.C.B. [R] 

508

Army Liaison 

Box

Arsenault, Bruce [R] 

508

Albert, Roger [R] 

508

Abbey, Carl [R] 

508

Baker, Judy [R] 

508

Bardier, Peggy [R] 

508

Beaulieu, Percy L. [R] 

508

Belisle, Joseph [R] 

508

Bickford, Blynn [R] 

508

Bickford, Ross [R] 

508

Blouin, David [R] 

508

Carey, James J. [R] 

508

Caron, David [R] 

508

Carter, Crawford [R] 

508

Coen, Kenneth [R] 

508

Cormier, David K. [R] 

508

Dawes, Rodney [R] 

508

Doucette, Robert [R] 

508

Duboin, Jean [R] 

508

Dumont, Eugene [R] 

508

Everett, Mark [R] 

508

Francis, Paul [R] 

508

Gagnon, Richard [R] 

508

Garrick, Marvin [R] 

508

Giroux, Richard P. [R] 

508

Grubb, Joseph [R] 

508

Hallee, Peter [R] 

508

Ham, Kerry [R] 

508

Hamlin, R.J. [R] 

508

Harris, Gary [R] 

508

Hardy, Brett [R] 

508

Hilton, William [R] 

509

Gustave Jansson [R] 

509

Jones, Arthur P. [R] 

509

Keene, Willis G. [R] 

509

Landry, Gary [R] 

509

McBride, Michael [R] 

509

McKeough, Paul [R] 

509

MacIntosh, Margaret [R] 

509

Martin, Joseph [R] 

509

Maurice, Ralph [R] 

509

Miles, Richard [R] 

509

Parent, Edward [R] 

509

Parquette, Paul [R] 

509

Pierce, Michael [R] 

509

Poisson, Ralph [R] 

509

Hilton, William [R] 

509

Gustave Jansson [R] 

509

Jones, Arthur P. [R] 

509

Keene, Willis G. [R] 

509

Landry, Gary [R] 

509

McBride, Michael [R] 

509

McKeough, Paul [R] 

509

MacIntosh, Margaret [R] 

509

Martin, Joseph [R] 

509

Maurice, Ralph [R] 

509

Miles, Richard [R] 

509

Parent, Edward [R] 

509

Parquette, Paul [R] 

509

Pierce, Michael [R] 

509

Poisson, Ralph [R] 

509

Reynolds, Norman [R] 

509

Ruhlin, Galen [R] 

509

Shannon, Jerry [R] 

509

Smith, Converse [R] 

509

Smith, William [R] 

509

Sweet, James [R] 

509

Tanguay, Norman J. [R] 

509

Tewksbury, Robert [R] 

509

Thompson, Milton [R] 

509

Titcomb, Shapley [R] 

509

Towle, Carl [R] 

509

Vachen, Wilfred [R] 

509

Vaillancourt, Richard [R] 

509

Vincent, Ralph [R] 

509

Walker, Michael [R] 

509

West, Adfer [R] 

509

Whitcomb, Steven [R] 

509

Wiley, Arnold [R] 

509

Williams, Russell [R] 

509

Wilson, Rodney [R] 

509

Worcester, Philip [R] 

509
Box

Army (includes Army Corps of Engineers) 

509-510

Navy Liaison 

Box

Abbott, Edward C. [R] 

510

Morse, John [R] 

510

Brume, David [R] 

510

Campbell, Richard [R] 

510

Carter, Bobby [R] 

510

Chavie, Raymond [R] 

510

Cleary, Clifford [R] 

510

Dumas, Roger [R] 

510

Engelhardt, Ronald [R] 

510

Fitzpatrick, James [R] 

510

Foley, Peter J. [R] 

510

Gagnon, Bernard [R] 

510

Gilman, Jeffrey [R] 

510

Gregor, Everett [R] 

510

Guinard, Douglas [R] 

510

Hamilton, Harlean [R] 

510

Harris, Richard [R] 

510

Hart, Milton [R] 

510

Lafleur, Robert [R] 

510

Lovering, Bernard [R] 

510

MacDonald, Peter [R] 

510

Matthews, Jessie [R] 

510

Miller, Edward [R] 

510

Mitchell, William [R] 

510

Mitchell, William C. [R] 

510

Myers, Peter [R] 

510

Norton, Steven [R] 

510

Nowell, Ronald [R] 

510

Otis, Richard [R] 

510

Perkins, Lloyd [R] 

510

Rush, Roger [R] 

510

Savard, Arthur [R] 

510

Schroeder, Bert [R] 

510

Seavers, David [R] 

510

Stoddard, Alexander [R] 

510

Trepanier, Michael [R] 

510

Welch, Robert [R] 

510
Box

Contracts   

510

Closings 

510

Civil Defense   

511

National Guard   

511

Marine Corps Liaison 

Box

General   

511

Dube, Maurice [R] 

511

Chapman, Philip [R] 

511

Campbell, Lawrence [R] 

511

720 Justice 

Box

General   

511

Bureau of Prisons 

511

New Citizens' Letters 

511

Bischoff Appointment   

511

Cornell University Law School   

512

Civil Rights (2 folders) 

512

New England Regional Criminal Intelligence System 

512

1967 Riots   

512

Immigration and Naturalization Service 

Box

General   

512

Barton, Gary [R] 

512

Brezakova, Marie [R] 

512

Denney, Mrs. Constance [R] 

512

Driscoll, David [R] 

512

Dwyer, Thomas [R] 

512

Gilcos, Evangelos Nicholas [R] 

512

Kebir, Mohamed [R] 

512

Poland, Ted [R] 

512

Radisavljevic, Sava [R] 

512

Tedla, Behane [R] 

512

Roger Thiebault [R] 

512

Bangor Vacancy [R] 

512
Box

General – Eaton, Sumner Corporation   

512

U.S. Attorney in Maine – LaFountain Appointment   

512

Court of Claims 

512

725 Post Office (1967 and prior) 

Box

Litchfield – Rural Carrier 1966-1967 

512

Summer Job Assistance 1967 [R] 

512

Commemorative Stamps 1966-1967 

513

Customer Service 1967 

513

General 1967 

513

Rural Carriers – First District 1966-1968 

513

Civil Service Commission Postmaster Exams 1967 

513

Postmasters 1966-1967 

513

Job Assistance (3 folders) [R] 

513

Delivery Service Problems 1965-1966 

513

Job Assistance – Portland 1966-1967 [R] 

513

Facilities – General 1964-1966 (2 folders) 

514

Postmasters 

Box

Aurora 1964-1967 [R] 

514

Bar Mills 1964-1967 [R] 

514

Baring 1964-1966 [R] 

514

Brewer 1961-1965 (5 folders) [R] 

514

Canton 1963-1965 [R] 

515

Carmel 1964-1966 [R] 

515

Center Lovell 1961-1963 [R] 

515

Dexter 1966-1967 [R] 

515

East Brownfield 1962-1963 [R] 

515

East Eddington 1962-1963 [R] 

515

East Sumner 1964-1965 [R] 

515

Eliot 1964-1967 (2 folders) [R] 

515

Fryeburg 1960-1963 [R] 

515

Locke Mills 1962-1963 [R] 

515

Norridgewock 1965-1967 [R] 

515

Perry 1964-1967 [R] 

515

Phillips 1965-1967 [R] 

515

Porter 1961-1964 [R] 

515

Raymond 1964-1967 [R] 

515

Scarborough 1965-1967 [R] 

515

South Casco 1965-1967 [R] 

515

South Thomaston 1965-1967 [R] 

515

Ellsworth 1965-1967 [R] 

516

Friendship 1965-1967 [R] 

516

Gorham 1964-1967 [R] 

516

Great Works 1962 [R] 

516

East Newport 1962-1966 [R] 

516

Lee 1964-1966 [R] 

516

Levant 1964-1966 [R] 

516

Lisbon Falls 1965-1967 [R] 

516

Millinocket 1965-1966 [R] 

516

Orono 1965 [R] 

516

Plymouth 1962-1963 [R] 

516

Silvers Mills 1962 [R] 

516

Stetson 1963-1965 [R] 

516

Winn 1965 [R] 

516

Lincoln Center 1961-1962 [R] 

516

Springfield 1961-1963 [R] 

516

Abbot Village 1961-1962 [R] 

516

Monson 1961-1963 [R] 

516

Bowerbank 1962-1963 [R] 

516

North East Carry 1964 [R] 

516

MacMahan Island 1961 [R] 

516

Popham Beach 1959-1961 [R] 

517

Richmond 1964-1965 [R] 

517

Detroit 1962-1965 [R] 

517

Mercer 1962 [R] 

517

New Portland 1961 [R] 

517

Rockwood 1965 [R] 

517

Starks 1963 [R] 

517

Harmony 1960-1964 [R] 

517

Hartland 1961-1962 [R] 

517

Solon 1962-1965 [R] 

517

Burnham 1962-1964 [R] 

517

Dark Harbor 1963-1966 [R] 

517

Wesley 1961 [R] 

517

Lubec 1960-1963 [R] 

517

Brooks 1964-1966 [R] 

517

Liberty 1963-1966 [R] 

517

730 Interior 

Box

Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife (2 folders) 

517-518

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries  (2 folders) 

518

Fish Protein Concentrate   

518

FWPCA (Federal Water Pollution Control Administration) 

518-521

Bureau of Indian Affairs   

521

Bureau of Mines   

521

Land and Water Conservation Fund   

521

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation (3 folders) 

521

General January – March 

521

General April - September (4 folders) 

522

Materials, Reports (4 folders) 

522

FWPCA Advisory Board 

522

Geological Survey   

523

FWPCA – Presumpscot River   

523

International Conference on Water for Peace   

523

FWPCA – Potato Processing   

523

Wild Rivers   

523

Historic Preservation (2 folders) 

523

735 Agriculture 

Box

General   

523

Rural Areas Development   

523

Spruce Budworm 

523

Yearbook Requests (2 folders) 

524

General : January –July (7 folders) 

524

FHA [Cases] 

Box

General   

524

Ahearn [R] 

524

Armstrong, James [R] 

524

Bois, Aleide [R] 

524

Brownlow, Arthur [R] 

524

Bell, Nelson [R] 

524

Bell, Robert [R] 

524

Gagnon, Lionel [R] 

524

Gardner, E.J. [R] 

524

McCrillis, Carl [R] 

524

Merrill, L.C. [R] 

524

Nommela, John [R] 

524

Cameron, Roland [R] 

524

Neally, Lloyd [R] 

524

Reynolds, Paul H. [R] 

525

Ross, Charles [R] 

525

Anderson, Albert [R] 

525

Tarr, Ervin [R] 

525

Buckfield [R] 

525

Sabattus [R] 

525

Rackliff, Thomas [R] 

525

York, Christopher [R] 

525

Littlefiel, Irene [R] 

525

Mapleton   

525

Stockton Springs: Clams 

525
Box

Rural Electrification Administration   

525
Box

Commodity Exchange Authority   

525

Soil and Water Conservation 

525

Dairy (2 folders) 

525

Agricultural Research Service 

525

Agricultural Research Service 

526

Feed Grain 

526

Wheat   

526

School Lunch Program   

526

Wolfe's Neck Farm  

526

740 Commerce 

Box

Bureau of Public Roads (3 folders) 

526

Highway Beautification 

526

New England Regional Commission (2 folders) 

526

Lumber Standards   

527

Bureau of the Census   

527

Environmental Science Services Administration (2 folders) 

527

EDA (Economic Development Administration) 

Box

General (5 folders) 

527

Edmunds   

528

Arrow Plywood Corporation 

528

Auburn   

528

Bald Mountain Ski Area   

528

Biddeford   

528

Calais   

528

Fort Kent   

528

Knox Pier   

528

Patten, Island Falls   

528

Patten Medical Center   

528

Boothbay, Port O'Call Marina   

528

Milbridge, SAD No. 37   

528

Public Works Grant, Harrington   

528

Seacoast Regional Plan   

528

Skyway Industrial Park, Presque Isle 

528

Snowflake Canning Corporation   

528

Tampax Corporation   

528

Thomaston   

528

Waldoboro   

528

Otter Creek   

528

Old Orchard Auditorium 

528
Box

Cattle Hide Exports 

528

General 

528-529

Maritime Administration (includes Bath Iron Works) 

529-530

Oceanography: January – August (8 folders) 

530

Weather Bureau   

530

National Bureau of Standards 

530

Technical Assistance   

530

Projects 

Box

EDA Application, Fifth Houlton Development Realty Corp., Snowflake Canning Co. Project 

530-531

Vahlsing Inc., Easton, Maine – Dr. Riley N. Kinman – FWPCA Demonstration Grant (2 folders) 

531

745 Labor 

Box

Blackhawk Mining   

531

Clearances 

Box

General 

531

Bricklayers Local #7   

531

Calais Hospital Wing   

531

Doucette 

531

Maine Rural Youth Corps   

531

General: February – December (11 folders) 

531

Liaison 

531

MDTA (Manpower Development and Training Administration) 

Box

General (4 folders) 

532

Lewiston   

532

Goodwill Industries, Portland, Lewiston-Auburn   

532

Lewiston-Auburn (Shoe)   

532

Lewiston Auto Body Repair Course   

532

New Machias Dry Cleaning   

532

Maine Medical and Mercy Hospital   

532

Maine Sugar Industries   

532

Nurses, Presque Isle   

532

Presque Isle 

532

Neighborhood Youth Corps 

Box

General   

532

Androscoggin   

532

Cumberland County – Portland Area   

532

Franklin County   

532

York County 

532

750 Health, Education and Welfare 

Social Security 

Box

General [R box 533 folder 2] 

532-533

Medicare   

533

Chandler Nursing Home   

533

Abbott, Everett [R] 

533

Barbour, Arthur A. [R] 

533

Bartlett, Helena V. [R] 

533

Bell, Charlotte [R] 

533

Benner, Lydia [R] 

533

Bennet, DaCosta F. [R] 

533

Berchard, Roger [R] 

533

Biron, Gerard [R] 

533

Bishop, Leonard [R] 

533

Booth, Matilda [R] 

533

Branch, Marie [R] 

533

Bryant, Forrest [R] 

533

Buker, Francis [R] 

533

Buker, Harold [R] 

533

Canales, Fred [R] 

533

Carpenter, Norma [R] 

533

Clark, Elwin R. [R] 

533

Cote, Gerard [R] 

533

Couillard, Alphonse [R] 

533

Cyr, Marguerite [R] 

533

Davis, Mrs. Arthur [R] 

533

Drouin, Jeannette [R] 

533

Edmonds, John [R] 

533

Erving, Charles H. [R] 

533

Fecteau, Fedora [R] 

533

Gillis, Elizabeth [R] 

533

Green, Gladys [R] 

533

Hamel, Paul [R] 

533

Harley, Philip [R] 

533

Hartley, Mrs. James [R] 

533

Hassett, Fred [R] 

533

Hilton, Mrs. Herbert [R] 

533

Howard, Grace B. [R] 

533

Howe, Eddie [R] 

533

Hunt, Embrey W. [R] 

533

Ives, Gertrude [R] 

533

Jonasson, Theodore [R] 

533

Karnaris, Thomas M. [R] 

533

Kenerson, Basil [R] 

533

Kitchin, Lorene [R] 

533

Lamontagne, Mrs. Joseph [R] 

533

Labrie, Mrs. Pierre [R] 

534

Lander, Leroy [R] 

534

Lebell, Bruno [R] 

534

Lebron, Gerard [R] 

534

Legault, Leo A. Sr. [R] 

534

Lepage, Alcide [R] 

534

Levesque, Jeanne [R] 

534

Lewis, Mrs. Robert R. [R] 

534

McLean, Marion [R] 

534

Madore, Levi [R] 

534

Matthews, Merton [R] 

534

Michaud, Emile [R] 

534

Morang, Gisele [R] 

534

Mott, Bessie [R] 

534

Nadeau, Ethel [R] 

534

Ouellette, Lillian [R] 

534

Palm, Raymond [R] 

534

Paradis, Juliette [R] 

534

Parker, Clifford [R] 

534

Paul, John B. [R] 

534

Poulin, Judith [R] 

534

Randlette, Beatrice [R] 

534

Redmond, Gertrude [R] 

534

Reynold, Clifford [R] 

534

Roberge, Joseph [R] 

534

Rodrigue, Charles E. [R] 

534

Rust, Harrison [R] 

534

Scofield, Russel E. [R] 

534

Sexton, Patrick J. [R] 

534

Shibles, David [R] 

534

Shute, Owen [R] 

534

Smith, Charles [R] 

534

Spruce, Mahlon [R] 

534

Stansfield, Samuel [R] 

534

Steffan, Richard [R] 

534

Tapley, E.N. [R] 

534

Thayer, Ira Jr. [R] 

534

Toutain, Mrs. John [R] 

534

Tracy, Charles [R] 

534

Tracy, Merle [R] 

534

Trottier, Evelina [R] 

534

Ward, Donald [R] 

534

Warren, Jennie M. [R] 

534

White, Mrs. Murray [R] 

534

Witham, Bertha [R] 

534

Verge, Edward [R] 

534
Box

Administration on Aging   

534

Food and Drug Administration 

Box

Baci-Balm   

534

Cigarette Advertising   

534

Food Supplements   

534

General  

535
Box

National Institutes of Health   

535

Air Pollution 

535

Advisory Committee on International Studies 

535

Office of Education – Maine Projects – Music in Maine (2 folders) 

536

Education 

536

Unity   

536

Elementary and Secondary Schools (2 folders) 

536

General 

536-537, 539

Higher Education (3 folders) 

537

Liaison 

537

NDEA (National Defense Education Act) January 

537-538

Task Force on Environmental Health 

538-539

Library Facilities Act   

539

Hill-Burton   

539

Public Health Service 

Box

General 

539-540

Allied Health Professionals   

540

Solid Waste Disposal   

540

Medomak River Study (2 folders) 

540

Clean Air Act 

540

755 Housing and Urban Development 

Box

Urban Renewal 

540

FHA 

540

Demonstration Cities (includes District of Columbia and Portland West City) 

540-541

Model Cities 

541

General 

541-542

800 Independent Agencies 

Box

Appalachian Regional Commission 

545

Arts and Humanities Foundation (includes Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture) 

545

Atomic Energy Commission (2 folders) 

545

CIA 

545

Civil Aeronautics Board (2 folders) 

544

Civil Service Commission (includes summer employment cases [R] 

543-544

Civil Service Commission [cases] 

Box

Adams, Alice [R] 

551

Adams, Bill [R] 

551

Allan, Michael [R] 

551

Anderson, Jacqueline [R] 

551

Atherton, Ralph [R] 

551

Balen, Joseph W. [R] 

551

Barkand, Laurabelle [R] 

551

Barringer, Tom [R] 

551

Beliveaau, Paul [R] 

551

Engineering Technicians Raise   

551

Berry, Cliff [R] 

552

Blair, George [R] 

552

Blake, Ruth L. [R] 

552

Brand, Earl [R] 

552

Campbell, Delbert [R] 

552

Case, Carleton [R] 

552

Clark, James [R] 

552

Colby, Mary E. [R] 

552

Collins, Velma [R] 

552

Cote, Robert [R] 

552

Crowley, George W. [R] 

552

Cunningham, Elizabeth [R] 

552

Davis, Clifford [R] 

552

Day, Lloyd [R] 

552

Dickey, Paul [R] 

552

DiMauro, Joseph [R] 

552

Downing, Diane J. [R] 

552

Doyon, Marie-Ann [R] 

552

Eich, Mary [R] 

552

Faraday, Richard [R] 

552

Farnham, Norman [R] 

552

Felker, Mary [R] 

552

Fielder, Elbert (FAA) [R] 

552

Flanagan, James [R] 

552

Fuller, W.E. [R] 

552

Gadbois, Armand [R] 

552

Gagne, Anne [R] 

552

Gillen, Herschel [R] 

552

Greene, Harold [R] 

552

Gross, Eris [R] 

552

Hamilton, Alexander [R] 

552

Hamilton, Lawrence [R] 

552

Higgins, Clifford [R] 

552

Hoyt, Helen [R] 

552

Hutchins, William [R] 

552

Ikeler, Gloria [R] 

552

Joyce-Culbreth [R] 

552

Kaplan, David [R] 

552

Karst, George [R] 

552

Lalley, Frank E. [R] 

552

Lee, Robert E. [R] 

552

Libby, James  B. [R] 

552

Long, Reginald [R] 

552

Lund, Lars [R] 

552

Marchessault, Cecile [R] 

552

Martin, Conrad [R] 

552

Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin [R] 

552

McCuller, Louis [R] 

552

Miller, Marjorie [R] 

552

Molnar, Verna [R] 

552

Morgan, Roy [R] 

552

Neit, Leo [R] 

552

Page, Darrell [R] 

552

Phillips, A. Felder, Jr. [R] 

552

Poch, Howard F. [R] 

552

Ridlon, Wesley [R] 

552

Savage, Leola [R] 

552

Score, David B. [R] 

552

Seguino, Deborah [R] 

552

Sewall, Jane [R] 

552

Simpson, Millard [R] 

552

Sleeper, Frank [R] 

552

Spinelli, Joseph [R] 

552

Stewart, Mary A. [R] 

552

Stowell, Rand [R] 

553

Stratton, Wesley [R] 

553

Sullivan, Edward J. [R] 

553

Thornton, Peter [R] 

553

Vigue, Charles [R] 

553

Waldron, Elizabeth [R] 

553

Wallace, Madeline [R] 

553

Watson, Kathleen [R] 

553

Welden, Reginald B. [R] 

553

Wise, William [R] 

553

Wood, Sharon [R] 

553

Young, Dorothy A. [R] 

553
Box

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission   

544

Federal Aviation Administration 

Box

Northeast Airlines 

543

Portland  

543

Princeton VOR   

543

General 

542-543
Box

Federal Communications Commission (includes CATV)  

544

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

544

Federal Power Commission (2 folders) 

545

Federal Reserve – General   

544

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission 1967 

543

General Services Administration 

545

Interstate Commerce Commission 

543, 458

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 

547

National Foundation of the Arts   

547

National Labor Relations Board 

546

National Mediation Board 

547

National Science Foundation (2 folders) 

547

National Selective Service Appeal Board [cases] 

Box

Abbiati, David [R] 

551

Burden, Dr. Charles [R] 

551

Campbell, Leigh [R] 

551

Clark, Richard [R] 

551

Clohosey, Thomas [R] 

551

Cutler, Philip [R] 

551

Dolley, William [R] 

551

Dunlop, Wayne [R] 

551

Gay, A. Peter [R] 

551

General   

551

Gurin, Stefan [R] 

551

Hill, Clay [R] 

551

Keene, Murray [R] 

551

Loud, George [R] 

551

McLin, Bill [R] 

551

Myles, Gary [R] 

551

Pennell, William [R] 

551

Plourde, Mario [R] 

551

Rosner, Leo [R] 

551

Tomer, Maynard [R] 

551

Toner, Cornelius [R] 

551

Office of Economic Opportunity 

Box

Project FIND 

545

Cornerstone Project   

548

General: January – December  (6 folders) 

548

Independent School Talent Search   

548

STEP (Solutions to Employment Problems), National Association of Manufactures 

548

Maine Headstart   

549

Upward Bound   

549

WICS (Women in Community Service) 

549
Box

Securities and Exchange Commission 

546, 549

Selective Service – Closed Cases [R] 

545

Small Business Administration   

549-550

Tariff Commission 

545

U.S. Information Agency (includes Expo 1967) 

546

Veterans Administration [cases] 

Box

Allen, Clarence [R] 

550

Blanchard, Russell [R] 

550

Bossie, Edna [R] 

550

Bourque, William [R] 

550

Brann, Harold [R] 

550

Butterfield, Philip [R] 

550

Campbell, Patrick [R] 

550

Chapman, Robert [R] 

550

Clark, Vernon [R] 

550

Cole, Philip [R] 

550

Coro, Frank [R] 

550

Corson, Elwood [R] 

550

Coyne, William [R] 

550

Currier, Donald L. [R] 

550

Donovan, Norman [R] 

550

Dorgan, John [R] 

550

Ellis, Edward R. [R] 

550

Farrar, Harriet [R] 

550

Foster, Philip L. [R] 

550

Freedman, L.J. [R] 

550

General 

550

Gerald, Arthur [R] 

550

Goding, Walter [R] 

550

Hamel, Violet [R] 

550

Hilton, Charlena [R] 

550

Holt, Raymond [R] 

550

Jenkins, Philip [R] 

550

Jewish War Veterans   

550

Jordan, Wesley [R] 

550

Larlee, Robert [R] 

550

Lawrence, Frank J. [R] 

550

Leavitt, Estelle [R] 

550

Lechner, William [R] 

550

Lewery, Nicola [R] 

550

Lowell, Arthur [R] 

550

Marriner, Edgar Richard [R] 

550

Mattson, John [R] 

550

McGowan, Gene F. [R] 

550

Milbank, Floyd [R] 

550

Minoty, Joseph [R] 

550

Morang, Gisele [R] 

550

Mudge, Lester C. [R] 

550

Murray, James E. [R] 

550

Pelletier, Edward F. [R] 

550

Penney, Cecil [R] 

550

Pinkham, Orrin [R] 

550

Poulin, Raymond [R] 

550

Ragan, Robert M. [R] 

551

Rancourt, Leo [R] 

551

Ranger, Walter [R] 

551

Richardson, Harold [R] 

551

Rinfret, Justin [R] 

551

Rodrigue, Milton [R] 

551

Shapleigh, Willis [R] 

551

Sherbak, Joseph M. [R] 

551

Simmons, Robert [R] 

551

Sinervo, Walter [R] 

551

Smith, Andrew [R] 

551

Somers, John [R] 

551

Soule, William [R] 

551

Spratt, Tyrone [R] 

551

Stevens, Ervin [R] 

551

Sturtevant, Frederick [R] 

551

Taylor, Lloyd [R] 

551

Wass, Colby L. [R] 

551

Webster, Donald [R] 

551

Wynne, James [R] 

551

Zook, Mary [R] 

551
Box

900 Military Academies [R] (Includes regret letters) 

553

Other (correspondence, resource and case files 1967) 

Box

030 New England Economic Research Foundation and New England Regional Commission 

440

100 Aeronautics and Space Sciences 

449

100 District of Columbia (includes home rule, H.R. 9918, S. 1360) 

455

100 Legislation – General (3 folders) 

462

100 Rules and Administration (includes Rule 22) 

464

100 Ways and Means (includes H.R. 12892: Minimum Pension Bill) 

464

300 Select Committees - Select Committee on Small Business (2 folders) 

465

500 Special Committee on Aging - General (2 folders) 

467

600 Public Relations 

491-493

Correspondence, Resource and Case Files 1968 

Master Alpha File [Outgoing correspondence arranged by addressee name] 

Box

Aa – Bz [R] 

554

Bq – Cz [R] 

555

Da – Dz [R] 

556

Ea – Gz [R] 

557

Ha – Jz [R] 

558

Ka – Mal [R] 

559

Mam – Nz [R] 

560

Oa – Rz [R] 

561

Rm – Sz [R] 

562

Sq – Wl [R] 

563

Wm – Z [R] 

564

Civil Rights Robo Copies (Yellows) 

564

Office Memos and Flexo Copies (2 folders) 

564

Congressional Liaison/To Whom It May Concern/Dear Sir Letters (2 folders) 

564

020 A. Washington Office 

Box

Condolences 

564-565

Interoffice Memos   

565

Staff and Hill Patronage [weeded] [R] 

565

Interns [weeded] [R] 

566

Recommendations [R] 

566

Personnel [weeded] [R] 

566

Procedure 

566

Telephone Account [weeded; kept only 4/68 and later] 

566

Get Well   

566

Thank You (2 folders) [weeded] 

566

Congressional Record   

566

General   

566

Johnny Jabar Memos – Waterville Office   

566

Marge Hutchinson Memos – Waterville Office   

566

Muskie Office Picnic Flyer 

566

Army-Navy Game 

566

030 General 

Box

A-B 

566

B-G 

567

G-K 

568

L – R 

569

S – W 

570

XYZ   

571

050 Maine 

Box

Adjutant General   

571

Agriculture   

571

Air Pollution   

571

Bowdoin Upward Bound Program   

571

Bureau of Mines – Callahan Mining Corporation 

571

Bureau of Public Improvement 

572

Civil Defense and Public Safety   

571

Coastal Planning Commission   

572

Commission on Arts and Humanities   

572

Department of Education 

571-572

Department of Fish and Game (includes Daviau – Atlantic Salmon) 

571, 574

Department of Mental Health and Corrections   

571

Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries 

572

Economic Development 

572-573

Electric Power Development   

572

Employment Security Commission (3 folders) 

573

Forestry   

571

General 

575-576

Governor Curtis   

571

Health and Welfare (includes Commission on Aging) 

571

Health and Welfare Cases 

Box

Anderson, Elmo [R] 

577

Beal, Laura [R] 

577

Campbell, E.O. [R] 

577

Carr, Erma [R] 

577

Cole, Alvaros [R] 

577

Dwelley, Fannie [R] 

577

Gosselin, Josephine [R] 

577

Grenier, Beverley [R] 

577

King, Gorham [R] 

577

Merrill, Elva [R] 

577

Owen, Helen [R] 

577

Pease, Mrs. Fred [R] 

577

Preston, Winnie [R] 

577

Rowlandson, Hugh F. [R] 

577

Snipe, Amy [R] 

577

Thibodeau, John [R] 

577

Thompson, Penny [R] 

577

Ware, Louise[R] 

577
Box

Labor and Industry   

573

Legislature 

572

Maine State Police   

572

Mass Mailing from Constituents Concerned with Death of Dr. Martin 

575

National Guard   

572

Northern Maine Economic Planning Commission   

572

Partners of the Alliance   

573

Port Authority   

573

Public Utilities Commission 

573

River Basins Commission 

573

School Librarians   

573

State Accountant   

573

State Auditor   

574

State Biologists   

573

State Chamber of Commerce   

572

State Highway Commission 

574-575

State Insurance Commission 

571

State Parks and Recreation   

572

State Police   

573

Symposium on Air Pollution – Colby College   

571

Veterans Services   

572

Water Improvement Commission (includes Androscoggin River) 

576-577

060 ESM Personal 

Box

Letters   

577

Hyde School   

577

ESM Tax Materials and Information 1967-1968 

577

A-W 

577-578

100 Finance 

Box

General   

578

Federal Surtax   

578

S. 3875: Community Self-Determination Act (ESM Cosponsor)   

578

H.R. 15414: Domestic Economy Act   

578

Export-Import Legislation   

579

Income Tax   

579

Trade   

579

S. 2635: Industrial Revenue Bonds 

579

H.R. 2158: Interstate Taxation Act   

579

S. 2411: Fish Imports, Ground Fish   

579

Gold Drain   

579

Internal Revenue Code   

579

Medicare   

579

Social Security 

Box

General   

579

Amendments   

579

Kennedy-Harris Amendment (ESM Cosponsor) 

579

S. 2936: Drugs   

579

S. 2935: Disability   

579

Social Security Act; S. 2893, Title 4   

580
Box

H.R. 15414: Tax Adjustment Act   

580

H.R. 16241: Travel Tax Bill 

580

100 Judiciary 

Box

Antitrust Law   

581

Civil Rights 

581-582

Copyright Legislation   

583

Equal Rights for Women [Human Rights Convention]   

581

General   

583

Gun Control 

Box

Pro Gun Control 

580-581, 585-586, 590-591

Anti Letters from out of State 

584-585

S. 1: Firearms Control   

585, 588-590

S. 3633: Dodd Gun Control Bill (2 folders) 

586-587

Anti-gun Legislation 

587-588
Box

Immigration and Naturalization Act   

581

Monday Holidays   

584

Otepka Case (3 folders) 

582

Prayer Amendment   

583

S. 1: Firearms Control (4 folders) 

580

S. 1217: Monday Holiday Bill   

582

S. 1312: Failing Newspaper Act   

582

S. 2321: Franchise Competitive Practice Act   

581

S. 917: Crime Control Act 

583-584

100 Labor and Public Welfare 

Box

Taft-Hartley Law Section 14(b)   

591

Labor – General   

591

Davis-Bacon Amendment (3 folders) 

592

S. 8: National Labor Relations Act   

592

Speech Materials   

592

Economic Opportunity   

592

S. 2210: Employment Service Act   

593

Emergency Employment Training 

593

500 Public Works 

Box

Air and Water News   

598

Air Pollution 

593

Air Pollution- Interstate Compacts 

595

Air Quality Criteria Hearings   

595

Air/water Pollution Report 

598

Automotive Pollution   

597

Conservation Foundation Letter   

598

Economic Development Subcommittee   

595

Environmental Health Letter   

598

European Trip – Dick Grundy   

596

General Correspondence 

593-594

General Materials (2 folders)  

594

H.R. 12603, S. 2391: National Visitors Center   

596

Hawaiian Trip 

596

Hydroelectric Licensing   

597

Maine Yankee, Portland Hearings   

594

Poison Gas Seepage   

597

Portland Harbor, Fore River Study   

597

S. 1646: Solid Waste Disposal   

596

S. 2040: Erosion 

596

S. 2525 [Water Pollution from Vessels Within Navigable Waters] 

596

S. 2525: Vessel Pollution (2 folders) 

596

S. 2658: Public Highway Bill 

597-598

S. 2760: Acid Mines, Oil, Lakes (2 folders) 

597

S. 2888: Interstate Free Highway Act   

597

S. 3031: Environmental Quality 

597

S. 3201: Amendment Solid Waste Act   

597

S. 3206 [Water Quality Improvement Act] 

596-597

S. 780: Air Quality Act 

596

S. J. Res. 95: Mid-Atlantic Air Pollution Compact  

598

Secondary Treatment Question 

596

Sonic Noise   

597

Subcommittee on Rivers and Harbors (2 folders) 

594

Subcommittee on Roads 

594

Thermal Pollution – Correspondence and Materials (4 folders) 

595

Waste Management Hearings May 8, 1968 

595

Waste Treatment Practices   

595

Water Pollution Materials 

593

Water-Air Legislative Report   

598

550 New England Governors Conference 

Box

Conference Correspondence 1966 

599

Correspondence and Materials 1967-1968 

599

Meeting Dec. 7, 1967 (Northeast Airlines) 

599

Meeting January 26, 1966 

599

Meeting June 22, 1966 (Not Held) 

599

November 8, 1967, Meeting 

599

Oil Import Program 1967 

599

Regional Training Program 1966-1967 

599

Air Pollution – Lead Additives 1965 

600

General Materials 

600

Hide Export Controls – Correspondence 1966 

600

Meeting with New England Governors April 6, 1965 

600

Regional Action Planning Commission 1965-1967 

600

Residual Fuel Oil 1966 

599-600

700 Agriculture 

Box

Agricultural Conservation Program (3 folders) 

604

Agricultural Research Service   

603

Commodity Exchange   

603

Corn   

603

Dairy Products   

603

FHA – General   

603

FHA Cases 

Box

Bernd, Arthur E. [R] 

605

Bowes, William J. [R] 

605

Brodis, Richard [R] 

605

Clark, Alan T. [R] 

605

Daigle, Alfred [R] 

605

Dumond, Donald [R] 

605

Godwin, Oakley [R] 

605

Hamilton, Nancy [R] 

605

Hewey, Leonell [R] 

605

Hill, Wallace [R] 

605

Hines, Howard R. [R] 

605

Hinkley, George J. [R] 

605

Howard, Stephen [R] 

605

Johnson, Waldo [R] 

605

Lewis, Guy [R] 

605

Myrshall, Elmer E. [R] 

605

Sullivan, Thomas [R] 

605

Smith, Hollis [R] 

605

Thompson, Leroy F. [R] 

605

Wade, Arnold [R] 

605
Box

Food Stamps 

603

Forest Service   

603

General 

603-604

Limestone Watershed   

604

Maine Potato Council (2 folders) 

604

Poultry   

603

Projects 

Box

Northeast Harbor Otter Creek   

605

Tremont   

605

Readfield – Maranacook Lake Recreational Area   

605
Box

REA (ncludes Gurnet, MA and Phillips, Maine School Administrative District No. 58) 

603-604

Wheat 

603

Yearbook and Bulletin Project, VISTA 

604

700 Commerce 

Box

Bangor International Airport (Application for EDA Grant) April 30, 1968 (2 folders)   

608

Bangor-Brewer Growth Center Development Plan (2 folders) 

607

Bath Iron Works   

606

Bureau of Census 

605-606

EDA (includes lumber standards) 

605-606

ESSA – General 

606

General 

607

Knox Pier (1967) (2 folders) 

607

Maritime Administration, January – October (8 folders) 

607

National Bureau of Standards - Oil Investigation   

606

New England Regional Action Plan Commission (3 folders) 

606

Oceanography – June 1968 

607

Patent Office (includes Palmer, Rundlette K. [R]) 

606-607

Weather Bureau   

606

700 Department of Defense 

Box

Dependents' Medical Care   

608

General (2 folders) 

608

Sole Surviving Son   

608

Secretary of Defense   

608

Requests for Military Bands   

608

Certificates of Service 

Box

Bodwell, Louise V. [R] 

608

Chaykowsky, Joseph A. [R] 

608

Elliott, John L. [R] 

608

Hare, Robert [R] 

608

Harris, Carolyn D. [R] 

608

Hubert, Ralph O. [R] 

608

Lang, Richard W. [R] 

608

Langlois, Ronald H. [R] 

608

Molay, Nicholas J. [R] 

608

Muldowney, Thomas J. [R] 

608

Nau, Sandra L. [R] 

608

Prescott, Lillian [R] 

608

Thompson, Harry [R] 

608

White, Raymond P. and Stiles, Beverly K. [R] 

608
Box

Civil Defense   

609

Contracts 

Box

General   

609

Auburn Last Company, Robert Sisson 

609

Bliss Co. 

609

Gardiner Shoe Company, Inc. (Shoes) 

609

J. A. Thurston Co. 

609

Dow AFB 

Box

Bangor Area Economy: Its Present and Future   

609

Opportunities for Industrial Expansion 

609

Bangor Industrial Development 

609

Air Force 

Box

Northern National Bank   

609

General   

609

Loring Air Force Base 

609

Air Force Liaison 

Box

Albert, Alvin R. [R] 

609

Allen, William H. [R] 

609

Barlow, Gerald [R] 

609

Barton, Wayne [R] 

609

Belanger, Maurice [R] 

609

Bishop, Lloyd [R] 

609

Blair, James [R] 

609

Bryant, Derrill [R] 

609

Clough, Fred [R] 

609

Corbett, Daniel [R] 

609

Dill, James [R] 

609

Dionne, O.J. [R] 

609

Ellis, Gary [R] 

609

Estabrook, Roy [R] 

609

Fletcher, Herbert [R] 

609

Foss, Paul [R] 

609

Furrow, Howard [R] 

609

Genest, Claude [R] 

609

Giroux, Doris T. [R] 

609

Gott, Ronald [R] 

609

Gregory, Avery E. [R] 

609

Hanrahan, Robert [R] 

609

Hart, Major S.J. [R] 

609

Holmes, C.B. [R] 

609

Keene, Gordon [R] 

609

Lewis, Gordon [R] 

609

Libby, Dana F. [R] 

609

Livingwood, Rebecca [R] 

609

Lougee, Robert [R] 

609

Mathieu, Roland [R] 

609

McFarland, Thomas [R] 

610

Perkins, Derward W. [R] 

610

Perry, Rosario [R] 

610

Raymond, Philip [R] 

610

St. Amand, David [R] 

610

Spellman, Hershell [R] 

610

Stanley, Donald [R] 

610

Tarazerwich, Joseph [R] 

610

Tomassetti, William [R] 

610

Vaccaro, William [R] 

610

Van Dyke, John [R] 

610

Wadleigh, Jon [R] 

610

Wilder, John Jr. [R] 

610

Wood, Hanford L. [R] 

610

Wright, Joseph A., II [R] 

610
Box

Army 

610

Army Corps of Engineers - General 

610-611

Army Corps of Engineers - Dickey-Lincoln 

611-612

Army Liaison 

Box

Achorn, Raymond [R] 

612

Ahlemeyer, Frank [R] 

612

Ainsworth, Bion [R] 

612

Allen, Robert [R] 

612

Ames, David K. [R] 

612

Bacon, Earl [R] 

612

Batchelder, Vaughn [R] 

612

Begin, James W. [R] 

612

Bergeron, Robert [R] 

612

Bertrand, Marcel [R] 

612

Blair, Sidney R. [R] 

612

Boudreau, Dominic [R] 

612

Brooks, Peter [R] 

612

Brown, Bennie D., Jr. [R] 

612

Brown, Stanley [R] 

612

Cady, Kenneth [R] 

612

Campbell, Peter [R] 

612

Caverhill, Phillip [R] 

612

Chaffee, Phillip [R] 

612

Chase, Ronald D. [R] 

612

Chesley, David [R] 

612

Chicolne, Craig J. [R] 

612

Christy, Alden [R] 

613

Chouinard, Peter [R] 

613

Clavette, Alphie J. [R] 

613

Clukey, Robert [R] 

613

Cole, Myron (Arthur Randall) [R] 

613

Cooper, Frank [R] 

613

Costello, Daniel [R] 

613

Cummings, Kenneth [R] 

613

Curley, Leonard [R] 

613

Curran, Roger M. [R] 

613

Crosby, Willard [R] 

613

Cyr, Wayne [R] 

613

Davenport, Peter [R] 

613

Davidson, Leland [R] 

613

DeBlois, Richard [R] 

613

Deering, Roland [R] 

613

Desjardins, Pierre [R] 

613

Desjardins, Roger [R] 

613

Dionne, Norman [R] 

613

Draughon, John L. [R] 

613

 Dubois, Gene [R] 

613

Drouin, Richard [R] 

613

Ela, Allen [R] 

613

Ezzell, Karen [R] 

613

Farmer, Hartley [R] 

613

Farnham, Raymond [R] 

613

Fish, Robert K. [R] 

613

Freeman, David [R] 

613

Friday, Robert [R] 

613

Fuller, Verne [R] 

613

Gardner, David [R] 

613

Garrick, Marvin [R] 

613

Gay, Ernest Jr. [R] 

613

Greenier, Delma [R] 

613

Haffey, Edward Jr. [R] 

613

Hammond, Albert [R] 

613

Handley, Carroll [R] 

613

Hanley, Joseph [R] 

613

Hanson, John C. [R] 

613

Harper, Christina [R] 

613

Harris, Isaac [R] 

613

Hartt, Wesley W. [R] 

613

Herlihy, James [R] 

613

Holt, Jeffrey [R] 

613

Hopkins, Blaine [R] 

613

Huot, Richard [R] 

613

Huston, William G. [R] 

613

Israelson, Neil [R] 

613

Kirby, John L. [R] 

613

Kotow, Russell P. [R] 

613

LaCombe, Edgar [R] 

613

Largesse, Pat [R] 

613

LaPointe, John [R] 

613

Latini, Philip [R] 

613

Lawler, Paul A. [R] 

613

Lentz, Larry [R] 

614

Libby, Maynard [R] 

614

Lizotte, Richard P. [R] 

614

Lockhart, Thomas H. [R] 

614

Luce, Nelson [R] 

614

Lundin, Marvin [R] 

614

Lyons, Robert [R] 

614

MacKnight, Gary [R] 

614

Martin, Richard [R] 

614

Martin, Roland [R] 

614

Marquis, Joseph [R] 

614

Martin, Russell [R] 

614

Mason, Keith [R] 

614

Michaud, Philip [R] 

614

Millott, Edward [R] 

614

Morgan, Barry [R] 

614

Morgan, Eugene [R] 

614

Morgan, Russell E. [R] 

614

McCrory, Louis [R] 

614

Napolitano, Aniello [R] 

614

O’Brien, John [R] 

614

Parsons, James E. [R] 

614

Payne, James B. [R] 

614

Peters, Robert W. [R] 

614

Piper, Kenneth [R] 

614

Plamondon, Joseph [R] 

614

Plourde, Gerard [R] 

614

Powers, Charles [R] 

614

Price, Curtis E. [R] 

614

Primaylon, Philip [R] 

614

Pry, Richard [R] 

614

Rainville, Robert [R] 

614

Reagan, Robert [R] 

614

Reitze, Charles [R] 

614

Reynolds, Gary C. [R] 

614

Rock, Michael [R] 

614

Rodriguez, Ralph [R] 

614

Roy, Joseph R. [R] 

614

Schaedler, William [R] 

614

Slosberg, Kenneth [R] 

614

Smith, Barry [R] 

614

Smith, Dennis [R] 

614

Smith, George D. [R] 

614

Smith, Richard [R] 

614

Socoby, Abril [R] 

614

Sperrey, Loren [R] 

614

Stover, Mary [R] 

614

Stedt, William [R] 

614

Stevens, Robert W. [R] 

614

Sweetsir, Raymond S. [R] 

614

Thomas, Derek [R] 

614

Thomas, Earl [R] 

614

Thompson, John [R] 

614

Tavares, Robert [R] 

614

Truland, Donna [R] 

614

Tucci, David [R] 

614

Tucci, Sophie [R] 

614

Toussaint, Ronald [R] 

614

Webber, Gordon [R] 

614

Whitcomb, Robert [R] 

614

White, Donald F. [R] 

614

White, Maurice [R] 

614

Wilson, Kathryn [R] 

614

Worthen, Dale [R] 

614

Wynn, Jeffrey [R] 

614
Box

Marine Corps – General 1968 

615

Marine Liaison 

Box

Atkinson, Ronald [R] 

615

Bourgoin, Thomas [R] 

615

Bridges, Leslie [R] 

615

Cowett, Roland [R] 

615

Crowell, Arthur [R] 

615

Cyr, Roger [R] 

615

Glaude, Richard [R] 

615

Graham, Lawrence [R] 

615

Haskell, Margaret [R] 

615

Kimball, Gary S. [R] 

615

King, Daniel F. [R] 

615

Logan, Amos [R] 

615

Hartford, Wayne [R] 

615

Marston, Gary [R] 

615

Merrick, Wendell [R] 

615

Mitchell, William [R] 

615

Neptune, G.D. [R] 

615

O’Brion, Ronald D. [R] 

615

Perry, David[R] 

615

Pfeiffer, Robert [R] 

615

Piatkowski, Ronald A. [R] 

615

Plourde, Evan [R] 

615

Pride, Michael E. [R] 

615

Roach, Wendell [R] 

615

Sherrard, Robert [R] 

615

Smith, Donald F. [R] 

615

Soucy, Ernest F. [R] 

615

Wing, Christy [R] 

615

Yoho, Raymond [R] 

615

Navy 

Box

South Portland Reserve Building #5   

615

Portsmouth Shipyard – Radiological Monitors (Robert Young)   

615

Portsmouth Phase Out, 1967 

615

General 

615

Navy Liaison 

Box

Ayotte, Gerald R. [R] 

615

Cantara, Antoinette (Frederick) [R] 

615

Colburn, Frank [R] 

615

Charette, Russell [R] 

615

Copson, Frederick [R] 

615

Daniels, Merle [R] 

615

Dehetre, Lionel [R] 

615

Desmond, Daniel [R] 

615

DeVoe, Albert [R] 

615

Dinan, Edward [R] 

615

Dubay, Albert [R] 

616

Duprey, Roland [R] 

616

Fant, Alfred [R] 

616

Field, Rene [R] 

616

Gallinari, John [R] 

616

Grainger, Faye [R] 

616

Hallowell, Willis [R] 

616

Hannon, Jeffrey [R] 

616

Hansen, George R. [R] 

616

Hawkins, H.G. [R] 

616

Havey, Wayne [R] 

616

Hustin, Raymond L. [R] 

616

Johnson, Kenneth C., Jr. [R] 

616

Kenopensky, Michael [R] 

616

Madden, James [R] 

616

Metcalf, Robert [R] 

616

Montague, Thomas [R] 

616

McKee, Rodney [R] 

616

McNally, Everett J. [R] 

616

Notman, James [R] 

616

Olinger, Kenneth L. [R] 

616

Oster, Daisy [R] 

616

Paradis, Roger [R] 

616

Perry, David [R] 

616

Perry, Dennis [R] 

616

Powers, Edwin T., Jr. [R] 

616

Rutigliano, Michael, Jr. [R] 

616

Scott, Stephen [R] 

616

Serger, Harvey [R] 

616

Soucy, Paul [R] 

616

Vokey, Wayne [R] 

616

Waddington, David [R] 

616

Webber, George [R] 

616

Works, E.R. [R] 

616

Wyman, Herbert [R] 

616

Selective Service [cases] 

Box

General   

616

Atallah, Paul [R] 

616

Bell, Robert [R] 

616

Brown, Corey [R] 

616

Burns, Richard A. [R] 

616

Butler, Richard [R] 

616

Cary, Charles [R] 

616

Cass, Malcolm [R] 

616

Clark, Richard [R] 

616

Cunningham, Keith [R] 

616

Day, Edward [R] 

616

Dunton, Carl [R] 

616

Elgee, William [R] 

616

Feyling, Paul [R] 

616

Gorham, Edward [R] 

616

Irish, Robert [R] 

616

King, Richard [R] 

616

Leckie, Michael [R] 

616

Minnini, Jonathan [R] 

616

Morse, George H. [R] 

617

Nadeau, Gilles [R] 

617

New, Harry [R] 

617

Pooler, Bryan D. [R] 

617

Slater, Stephen [R] 

617

Stewart, Clifford [R] 

617

Supranovich, John Jr. [R] 

617

Tallman, Richard S. [R] 

617

Umbro, Vito III [R] 

617

Verrier, Michael [R] 

617

Woodward, Donald [R] 

617

Woodward, Michael [R] 

617

700 Executive 

Box

Bureau of the Budget   

617

The Budget in Brief   

617

Digest of Public Land Laws 

617

President (2 folders) 

617

Air Quality Advisory Board   

617

Commission on Civil Disorders   

617

Presidential Recommendation   

617

Vice President 

617

Science and Technology 

618

700 Health, Education and Welfare 

Box

Administration on Aging   

618

Food and Drug Administration   

618

Department of Education – Proposed Maine Medical School 

619

Elementary and Secondary Education (includes Title I) 

619

Higher Education – January 1968 (2 folders) 

619

NDEA, General:  January – November (10 folders) 

620

Education – General: May 1968 

621

Medicare   

622

Social Security [cases] 

Box

General 

622

Abbott, Roland C. [R] 

622

Akers, Jesse T. [R] 

622

Blake, Albert E. [R] 

622

Boles, Lester W. [R] 

622

Boyle, James [R] 

622

Brown, Lillian [R] 

622

Cartier, Leda [R] 

622

Chadwick, Aurora [R] 

622

Clark, Lillian [R] 

622

Colcord, Joseph E., Jr. [R] 

622

Conley, James [R] 

622

Dole, Leslie [R] 

622

Douglas, Edna [R] 

622

Dumont, Peter J. [R] 

622

Faherty, Eileen [R] 

622

Farrar, Charles [R] 

622

Field, Beatrice [R] 

622

Field, Madeline H. [R] 

622

Fournier, Lucienne [R] 

623

Gaulin, Henry C. [R] 

623

Gilliam, Burton P. [R] 

623

Gray, Charles L. [R] 

623

Hall, Jessie [R] 

623

Harrington, Herman [R] 

623

Harrington, W. Henry [R] 

623

Hersom, Leslie [R] 

623

Hinckley, Thomas [R] 

623

Howard, James H. [R] 

623

Howe, Kathryn [R] 

623

Hummel, Harold P. [R] 

623

Hussey, Elizabeth [R] 

623

Kelley, Mary [R] 

623

Labanara, Juanita [R] 

623

Leighton, Francis [R] 

623

Michaud, Frank X. [R] 

623

Monson, Clare [R] 

623

Morgan, Bennett [R] 

623

Morrissette, Jean [R] 

623

Peters, Gilberta [R] 

623

Pooler, Charles [R] 

623

Provencal, Julian [R] 

623

Quimby, Brooks [R] 

623

Rancourt, Anna [R] 

623

Reitzel, Boyd [R] 

623

Rioux, Robert [R] 

623

Roberts, Ethel W. [R] 

623

Rose, Louis R. [R] 

623

Scofield, Russell [R] 

623

Segal, Julia [R] 

623

Shaw, Frances E. (Charles) [R] 

623

Smart, Cyrille [R] 

623

Smith, Arthur [R] 

623

Smith, Leslie [R] 

623

Sturgis, Charles [R] 

623

Surrette, Thais R. [R] 

623

Thorndike, Ralph [R] 

623

Westman, Frederick [R] 

623

Whitley, James [R] 

623

Weyhe, Frederick [R] 

623
Box

Public Health Service (includes Water Pollution Control Board) 

618, 621-622

Air Pollution (includes Stratton Inquiry, Penobscot) 

618-619

General   

619, 621

Office of Education 

620-621

700 Interior 

Box

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries 

625

Bureau of Fisheries and Wildlife 

627

Bureau of Land Management 

626

Bureau of Mines   

626

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation   

626

Foreign Trade Zone (Machiasport) 

628-629

Free Trade Zone Refinery 

628

FWPCA 

Box

Bureau of Indian Affairs 

626

Eutrophication   

626

January – June 

624

July – December 

625

Lake Mead 1967 

625

Penobscot 

626

Potomac River Basin   

626

Water Resource Board 

625-626
Box

General 

623-624

Geological Survey 

626

Land and Water Conservation 

626

National Park Service 

626-627

Oil Import Question 

627, 629

700 Justice 

Box

General 

629-630

Chief Justice Appointments: Fortas-Thornberry 

629-630

Justice Robo – Abe Fortas Nomination 

630

Attorney General   

630

New Citizens Letters   

630

Court of Claims   

630

Civil Rights   

630

Riots   

630

Liaison : Green, Jesse W. [R] 

631

Bureau of Prisons   

631

Uniform Crime Reports   

631

Immigration and Naturalization Service 

631

Border Patrol Job Assist [R] 

631

Immigration and Naturalization [cases] 

Box

Caranzp, Ermie [R] 

631

Chase, Mutsue Arika [R] 

631

Doulas, Helen [R] 

631

Khoury-Helou, Ida Rolande [R] 

631

Holden, Doris [R] 

631

Israel, Remedios Pacita [R] 

631

Krizan, Alexander [R] 

631

Ludwik [R] 

631

McFarland, Paul [R] 

631

Parker, Terrance [R] 

631

Tilos, Leonora [R] 

631
Box

Cornell Law School 

631

700 Labor 

Box

General: March – December (7 folders) 

631

Clearances (Cases) 

Box

Northrup, Donald [R] 

631

Collins, Christina [R] 

631

Apple Growers 1967 [R] 

631

Apple Harvesters 1967 [R] 

631

Chartier, Nicole [R] 

631

Barnes-Lincoln Company [R] 

631

Guilford Industries [R] 

631

Moerk, Elin - Oak Grove School [R] 

631

Fort Kent Area 1967 

631
Box

Farm   

631

Bureau of Employees Compensation   

631

MDTA [Manpower Development and Training Act] 

Box

General 

632

Handicapped Projects 

632

Fort Kent - Allagash Area   

632

Calais 

632
Box

AVCO Proposals 

632

700 State 

Box

Agency for International Development 

632-633

Peace Corps 

633

Communism (2 folders) 

633

Disarmament 1968 

633

Foreign Aid: January – December (9 folders) 

633

Foreign Policy 

633-634

International Joint Commission   

634

Near East   

634

Africa   

634

Biafran Conflict 

634

China   

634

USS Pueblo Incident   

634

Poland   

634

Euroforum '68   

634

Rhodesia   

634

United Nations 1968 

634

Jordan   

635

General : January – November (9 folders) 

635

Members of Congress for Peace through Law   

635

Liaison 

Box

Fuller, Richard [R] 

635

Glass, Irving [R] 

635

Hussey, Charlotte [R] 

635

Muller, James [R] 

635

Tokuma Utsunomiya [R] 

635

Vo Thi Anh Tuyet [R] 

635

Visas 

Box

General [R] 

635

Bacchus, Daisy [R] 

635

Cucchiara, Joseph [R] 

635

Donaldson, Alan [R] 

635

Johada, Kurt [R] 

635

John, Lily [R] 

635
Box

Negotiation Now Petition   

635

Repatriation   

635

Consular Treaty 

636

Vietnam 

636-638

Admission of China to the United Nations 

638

Cuba   

639

Czechoslovakia 

639

Greece   

639

USSR 

639

700 Transportation 

Box

General (3 folders) 

639

Bureau of Public Roads   

639

Highway Beautification 

639

Federal Highway Administration 

639-640

Federal Aviation Administration (includes Presque Isle and Rangeley Airport) 

640

Civil Aeronautics Board – Northeast Airlines   

640

700 Treasury 

Box

Bureau of Customs (includes Countervailing Duty – Ocean Perch) 

640

General 

640-641

Comptroller of the Currency 

641

Internal Revenue Service [R] (includes Laray D. Lund [R]) 

641

700/705 Post Office Department 

Box

Miscellaneous General Resource Material   

641

Delivery Service Problems   

641

Job Assist 1962-1968 [R] 

641

General (2 folders) 

642

Postmasters – First District   

642

Commemorative Stamps 

642

Customer Service   

642

Summer Job Assistance [R] 

642

Facilities 

Box

First District 

642

Second District 

642-643

Winslow   

643

General 

643

Old Town   

643

Waterville 

643

Operations 

Box

Second District   

643

First District   

643

Bayville, Capitol Island   

643

Jackman   

643

General   

643

Presque Isle   

643

Postmasters 

Box

Second District (2 folders)[R, second folder only] 

644

First District 

644

Steep Falls   

644

Waterville (2 folders) 

644

Augusta (2 folders) 

644

West Rockport   

644

East Vassalboro   

645

Winslow Mills   

645

East Boothbay   

645

Brownfield   

645

Oakland   

645

Monroe   

645

Limington   

645

South Berwick   

645

West Newfield 

645

Exams – General 

645
Box

General Information – Patronage and Postmasters 1961-1967 

645

Rural Carriers 

Box

Second District   

645

First District 

645

Clinton   

645

Freedom   

646

Wells 

646

Seasonal Post Offices 

Box

Christmas Cove   

646

Hancock Point 

646

Prouts Neck   

646

Pemaquid Point   

646

Operations – Seasonal Post Offices, 1967 

646

Several Seasonal Post Offices, 1967 

647

755 Housing and Urban Development 

Box

College Housing Loans   

647

Council of Governments – General 

647

Demonstration Cities – General   

647

Federal Housing Administration (FHA) (includes Neighborhood Facility Grant – Methodist Conference Home, Rockland and rent supplements) 

647-648

General 

648

Historic Preservation   

647

Housing and Home Finance Agency 

Box

Portland Waterfront 1962 

647

Public Works Planning Advances, Public Facility Loans 1963 

647

Water Company Loans 1961-1962 

647
Box

Model Cities 

648

PPBS 

647

Press Release Material   

647

Public Works Planning Advance Applications   

647

Seacoast Regional Plan   

647

Sewers – Federal Assistance Grants   

647

Urban Renewal – General 

648

800 Civil Service Commission 

Box

General   

649

Job Vacancies   

649

Summer Jobs [R] 

649

Bureau of Retirement [R] 

649

Cases (Job Assists) 1967-1968 

Box

Addison, Robert [R] 

649

Akers, Geoffrey [R] 

649

Allain, Andrea L. [R] 

649

Alley, Larson [R] 

649

Arik, Isadore [R] 

649

Barnes, Kenneth W. [R] 

649

Barron, Nancy [R] 

649

Beane, Emery O., Jr. [R] 

649

Belser, Howard [R] 

649

Berman, Ruth [R] 

649

Berry, H. Clifford [R] 

649

Brand, Tom [R] 

649

Brown, Wendell L. [R] 

649

Bulley, Leon [R] 

649

Burke, Ronald [R] 

649

Cabell, Dr. Margaret [R] 

649

Campbell, Jack [R] 

649

Carey, John [R] 

649

Carnes, Robert A. [R] 

649

Choate, Harlan J. [R] 

649

Churchill, Janice M. [R] 

649

Cirillo, Tony [R] 

649

Cloutier, Adrian T. [R] 

649

SBA Regional Administrator, Augusta : Coffin, George [R] 

649

Coffin, Nancy [R] 

649

Concannon, John [R] 

649

Crandall, Horace C. [R] 

649

Cullinan, Bill [R] 

650

Danielson, Arthur [R] 

650

David, Patrick W. [R] 

650

Downing, Kenneth [R] 

650

Dufour, Adrien E. [R] 

650

Dumas, Paul [R] 

650

Dumais, Alcide [R] 

650

Devou, Harold M., Sr. [R] 

650

Dunn, Robert [R] 

650

Durgin, Bruce P. [R] 

650

Durgin, Maurice [R] 

650

Eaton, Donald [R] 

650

Edwards, John [R] 

650

Erwin, Edgar [R] 

650

Evans, George [R] 

650

Ezold, Edward [R] 

650

Fairley, Eugene D. [R] 

650

Faulkinham, Ronald [R] 

650

Feldberg, Michael [R] 

650

Flanagan, James [R] 

650

Flynn, Martha [R] 

650

Fortier, Roger [R] 

650

Furbush, Perry [R] 

650

Gayton, Lincoln [R] 

650

Girardin, Omer [R] 

650

Gleed, Ed [R] 

650

Green, Donald [R] 

650

Griffin, Thomas F. [R] 

650

Habig, Robert [R] 

650

Hachey, Joseph [R] 

650

Hancock, Millicent [R] 

650

Hanson, William [R] 

650

Hartzell, Samuel [R] 

650

Hawes, Emil [R] 

650

Hay, Robert M. [R] 

650

Hayes, Thomas [R] 

650

Heath, Mrs. Fred [R] 

650

Higgins, Scott [R] 

650

Jackson, Stephen [R] 

650

Johnson, Donald [R] 

650

Keegan, William [R] 

650

Keenan, O.B. [R] 

650

Kelso, Ray W. [R] 

651

Kellis, Basil [R] 

651

Kelley, Lewis [R] 

651

Kiah, Madelin [R] 

651

Kordel, Richard [R] 

651

Jellerson, Donald C. [R] 

651

Kilmeister, Phillip [R] 

651

Ladner, Roy [R] 

651

Lander, Warren [R] 

651

Lavender, Stephen A. [R] 

651

Leavitt, Arnold L. [R] 

651

Lebling, Laura [R] 

651

Lee, Stephen [R] 

651

Leighton, Lawrence [R] 

651

Leonard, George M. [R] 

651

Levasseur, Yvain B. [R] 

651

Levine, Frederick [R] 

651

Libby, Joseph [R] 

651

Lindberg, Paul [R] 

651

Portsmouth Laborer Rates : Linscott, Freeman [R] 

651

Long, Joseph E. [R] 

651

Lucas, R. [R] 

651

Lowell, Howard [R] 

651

MacNichol, David C. [R] 

651

Maher, Francis [R] 

651

Mallory, David L. [R] 

651

Mallory, Gene [R] 

651

Marston, John [R] 

651

Mascette, Susan J. [R] 

651

Mercier, Veronica [R] 

651

Meisner, Cynthia [R] 

651

Michaud, Eugene [R] 

651

Millard, Ralph [R] 

651

Moore, Herbert [R] 

651

Mooers, Dan [R] 

651

Morgan, John [R] 

651

Moreau, Paul [R] 

651

McCarthy, James [R] 

651

McConville, Edward P. [R] 

651

McIntosh, Terry [R] 

651

McSweeney, Terence [R] 

651

Nash, Ralph [R] 

651

Norki, Paul T. [R] 

651

Nyulazi, Stephen [R] 

651

Oliver, Vance [R] 

651

Palmer, Edward [R] 

651

Paniuk, Vikki [R] 

651

Peterson, Edwin [R] 

651

Pettengill, Lew [R] 

651

Pierce, Clarence [R] 

651

Pildner, Susan [R] 

651

Pinette, Yvonne [R] 

651

Poor, W.G. [R] 

651

Potter, Roderick H. [R] 

651

Pottle, Donald [R] 

651

Quimby, Thomas [R] 

652

Randall, Richard [R] 

652

Read, Raymond [R] 

652

Roettcher, C.A. [R] 

652

Rose, Roland [R] 

652

Rosenblatt, Richard [R] 

652

Rowe, Leslie R. [R] 

652

Rushmore, Francis [R] 

652

Russell, Donald [R] 

652

Sattin, Frank [R] 

652

Shorey, Mrs. Edith [R] 

652

Smith, Lloyd [R] 

652

Snowden, Ken [R] 

652

Spiller, Frank [R] 

652

Spinosa, Annette [R] 

652

Sprague, Gretchen [R] 

652

Simonds, Stephen [R] 

652

Stetson, Ralph [R] 

652

Strandberg, Carl H. [R] 

652

Trainor, Lawrence J. [R] 

652

Trask, Lewis [R] 

652

Trott, Ted [R] 

652

Tschamler, Nella [R] 

652

Turgeon, Joseph [R] 

652

Valliere, Robert P. [R] 

652

Wallace, Pamela [R] 

652

Webber, Edwin W. [R] 

652

Weaver, Earle R. [R] 

652

Whitney, Albert [R] 

652

Willette, Percy [R] 

652

Winsor, Spencer [R] 

652

Woodcock, Jane [R] 

652

Young, Robert [R] 

652

800 General Services Administration 

Box

General   

653

Waterville   

653

Sisters Hospital, Waterville 

653

Surplus Property – Kennebunk School District #3   

653

Portland Post Office Building   

653

Rockland Post Office   

653

National Archives 

653

Calais-Machias   

653

Old Town Post Office   

654

Falcon Rule Co. 

654

Lovely Farm   

654

Ingraham 

654

Bangor  

654

Harold Kennedy / Portsmouth Naval Shipyard 

654

Eastport Fire Station 

654

Biddeford Post Office Building 

654

Augusta Post Office 

654

800 Interstate Commerce Commission 

Box

General   

654

Southern Pacific Lines   

654

Bolling Medical Clearance [R] 

654

Boxcar Shortage 

654

Old Town Canoes 

654

800 OEO (Office of Economic Opportunity) 

Box

General  (2 folders) 

655

Androscoggin   

655

Augusta   

655

Cornerstone Project   

655

OEO and Chicago Gangs 

655

Franklin   

655

Pine Tree Legal Aid Society   

655

Project Find   

655

Hancock   

655

Head Start (2 folders) 

655

Job Corps – General 

656

Kennebec County   

656

Knox County   

656

Lincoln County   

656

Oxford County   

656

Penobscot County   

656

Piscataquis County   

656

Portland   

656

Poland Spring Job Corps (2 folders) 

656

Poland Spring Job Corps 

656

Poverty Program  (2 folders) 

656

Sagadahoc County 

656

Somerset County 

656

Waldo County   

656

VISTA   

657

Washington County   

657

York County   

657

800 Small Business Administration 

Box

General (3 folders) 

657

Auburn School of Commerce 

657

502 Project   

657

Hechler Auto Sales 

657

Fort Fairfield   

657

Marine World of Maine   

657

Kingfield – Pushard   

657

Clyde Moore 

657

South Portland Board of Industries   

657

D'Arcy Woodworking Plant, North Berwick   

657

Danforth-White 

657

Jalbert – Fort Kent 

657

Nursing Homes   

657

Augusta Medical Corporation/Jabar 

657

Grafton Lumber Co., Inc.   

658

Ormand Bowden 

658

Gilpatrick   

658

Prestile Terrace Motel   

658

Lore Ford 

658

Pine Tree Ridge Tavern, Waterville 

658

West Oxford Development Corporation   

658

National Personnel Placement Service   

658

Other (correspondence, resource and case files 1968) 

Box

600 Public Relations 

600-603

800 Appalachian Regional Commission 

648

800 Atomic Energy Commission 

648

800 Better Business Bureau – General   

648

800 Civil Aeronautics Board 

648-649

800 Coastal Plains Regional Commission   

652

800 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 

652

800 Farmers Home Administration   

652

800 Federal Reserve Board 

652

800 Foreign Claims Settlement Commission   

652

800 Federal Communications Commission 

652-653

800 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

653

800 Federal Power Commission (includes natural gas shortage) 

653

800 Federal Trade Commission   

653

800 General Accounting Office   

653

800 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 

654

800 National Archives   

654

800 National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities 

654

800 National Science Foundation – General (4 folders) 

654

800 National Service Organizations   

655

800 Science and Technology 

657

800 Securities and Exchange Commission 

657

800 Tariff Commission   

658

800 Trade Negotiations 

658

800 U.S. Information Agency 

658

800 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (2 folders) 

658

800 Veterans Administration : General [R] 

658

900 Military Academies (includes regret letters) [R] 

658

Legislative Files 

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR) 

Box

General Correspondence   

658

Memos 

658-659

Correspondence, 1967 

659

Memos and Publications 

659-661

State-by State summary of constitutional revision and governmental reorganization, January 1, 1963 to June 30, 1967 

661

Fiscal balance in the American Federal System. (3 folders) 

661

The role of equalization in the Federal Grants. 

661

Guide to County Organization and Management (National Assn. of Counties) [Cover memo only] 

661

Docket Books 

Box

25th Meeting, July 21, 1967 

661

25th Meeting, July 21, 1967 

662

26th Meeting, Oct. 6-7, 1967 (2 folders) 

662

24996 

662

Maine Delegation Meetings 

Box

24220 

662

March 5,  1968 – American Legion 

662

January 1968 

662

November 1967   

662

Portland Grain Shipments 1967 

662

24756 

662

24510 

662

January 17, 1967   

662

October - December 1966 

662

24911 

662

100 Agriculture 

Box

General   

663

Agriculture and Forestry 

663

Commodity Exchange Act   

663

H.R. 12322: Cotton   

663

100 Armed Services 

Box

General   

663

Hubell Pay Plan   

663

Military Construction   

663

S. 2170: Retirement Pay of Military Personnel   

663

S. 3618: Uniformed Services   

663

100 Commerce 

Box

General   

663

S. 937: Amend FAA Act 

663

S. 3400: Supersonic Transport (Sonic Boom)   

664

S. 1973: Maritime Academy Bill   

664

H.R. 13881: Humane Treatment   

664

H.R. 14680: Daylight Savings   

664

S. 3065: Deceptive Sales Act   

664

S. Res. 9: Obscene Movies   

664

S. 2202: Alcoholic Beverages   

664

S. 1599: Door-to-door Sales Act   

664

CATV 1967-  

664

S. 1160: ETV 

664

S. 3426: Railway Safety Bill   

665

Railroad Retirement   

665

S. 18: 1.5 Quart Containers 

665

100 Foreign Affairs 

Box

General   

665

S. 12: Milltown Bridge   

665

S. Res. 155: Middle East   

665

British-American Parliamentary Conference, Bermuda   

665

Embargo Bill   

665

S. 1975: Cotton Imports 

665

100 Interior and Insular Affairs 

Box

General   

665

S. 20: [Establishment of a National Water Commission] 

665

Colorado River Basin – Grand Canyon 1967-1968 

665

Potomac National River   

665

Redwoods 

665

FPC Amendments to Foreign Aid Bill 

665

S. 3502: Edmunds and Birch Wilderness System   

665

S. 1401: Land and Water Conservation Fund Amendment   

665

Outer Space Treaty   

665

100 Labor and Public Welfare 

Box

Welfare, General  

665

Humane Lab Animal Treatment Act   

666

H.R. 6418: Public Health Service Act   

666

S. Res. 281: Hunger in America   

666

S. J. Res. 137: Veterans Affairs (ESM Cosponsor) 

666

Veterans Legislation   

666

S. 2864: Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1968 (2 folders) 

666

Head Start Letters (Master), Dominick Amendment   

666

GI Bill   

666

S. 276: Older Americans Act   

666

S. 3400: Federal Assistance to Schools   

666

Bilingual Education Act   

666

General   

666

Work Training (ESM Cosponsor) 

666

Education   

666

Vocational Education Act   

666

Head Start Letters, Dominick Amendment (2 folders) 

666

Head Start Letters, Dominick Amendment 

667

100 Post Office and Civil Service 

Box

General   

667

S. 729: Retirement   

667

Postage Rate Increase   

667

S. 341, S. 854, S. 271   

667

Postal Rates and Federal Salaries of 1967   

667

Federal Pay Raise   

667

Retirement Benefits   

667

Postal Salary Increase 

667

400 House Committees 

Box

Administration   

667

Agriculture   

667

Appropriations   

667

Armed Services   

667

Banking and Currency   

667

Commerce   

667

Education and Labor   

667

Rules and Administration   

667

Interior and Insular Affairs   

667

Judiciary   

667

Merchant Marine and Fisheries   

667

National Foundation for Arts and Humanities   

667

Small Business   

668

Veterans Affairs   

668

Un-American Activities   

668

District of Columbia   

668

Foreign Affairs   

668

Interstate and Foreign Commerce   

668

Ways and Means  (2 folders) 

668

Post Office and Civil Service; H.R. 7   

668

Public Works 

668

500 Banking and Currency 

Box

S. 356: Michigan National Bank   

668

Housing  (3 folders) 

669

S. 1484: Crime Insurance   

669

H.R. 15495: Credit Disclosure   

670

S. 3028: Fire and Crime Insurance (2 folders) 

670

S. 3097: Defense Production Act Amendments   

670

S. 3133, S. 2959: Rate Controls   

670

S. 3354: Dr. King Coin   

670

Model Cities, Sec. 204 (1967) (2 folders) 

671

S. 1306 (4 folders) 

671

S. 1358: Fair Housing Act of 1967 

671

S. 2700: HUD Act   

671

S. 5: Truth in Lending 

Box

Correspondence, January – March (7 folders) 

672

Conference Materials 

672

Amendments   

673

Committee Hearings   

673

Conference Committee Materials 

673

Congressional Debate   

673

Materials 

673

Materials (5 folders) 

674

Correspondence, April – July (3 folders) 

674
Box

Housing Legislation (2 folders) 

675

Financial Institutions 

676

S. 1592: Percy Bill 

676

S. 1659: SEC Funds – Correspondence 

676

S. 560 – Correspondence 

676

Subcommittee on International Finance – Correspondence   

676

Comprehensive Planning Act of 1967 – Materials   

677

Housing, General Correspondence   

677

S. 2237: Urban Mass Transit Amendment 

677

S. 275: Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act – Correspondence   

677

S. 5, Senator's File   

677

H.R. 13718: Federal Charters for Mutual Savings Banks   

678

S. 2857: The Gold Bill (2 folders) 

678

Section 204 of Model Cities Act   

678

Subcommittee on Financial Institutions   

678

Travel Restrictions 

678

Bills and Reports (2 folders) 

679

General Materials   

679

Mutual Funds  (2 folders) 

679

Sec. 701: Housing Act Revisions   

681

Urban Riots 

681

Housing Subcommittee (3 folders) 

682
Box

S. 842: Vacation Homes 

682

S. 92: Federal Tax Sharing Commission – Materials 

682

International Finance Materials   

668, 676

S. 3497: HUD Act of 1968 

669, 679

S. 3029: HUD Act of 1968 

670, 677

S. 1542 

670-671

Rent Supplements and Model Cities 

674-675

S. 1155: Export-Import Bank Bill 

675, 677, 683

S. 3218: Export-Import Bank Bill   

677-678

General Correspondence 

678, 680-681

Other (legislative files) 

Box

Bills Muskie Introduced or Cosponsored, 6. 90th Congress, 1967-1968 (3 folders) 

662

1967-1968 Congressional Record Inserts (2 folders) 

663

100 Rules and Administration : General 

663

100 Appropriations : General   

663

100 Legislative Correspondence: General 

667

Political Files 

550 Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee 

Box

[May 9 Dinner Ticket] Sales 1967 

689

1967 Seminars   

689

1968 Contests   

689

Campaign Contributions 

686

Campaign Staff 

686

Colorado Senate Race   

689

Correspondence with Berl Bernhard 

689

Correspondence   

688

Dinner April 4, 1968   

685

Dinner Committee May (2 folders) 

689

Dinner Correspondence   

684

Earmarking Funds   

689

Executive Director   

688

Financial Statements 

685

Form Invites to Senators   

685

Fund Raising 

685, 688-689

General 

684

General Correspondence   

685

Inter-staff Memos, Miscellaneous   

685

Issues   

689

Legal Matters 

683

Luncheons 

685

Maine Campaign Contributions 

686

Members and Staff   

689

Memoranda 

688

Minutes   

685, 688

Notebook [Issues]   

689

Politics (includes support) 

686-688

Proposed 1967 Budget 

688

Registration and Organization 

688

Report of Receipts and Expenditures   

688

Research Services (2 folders) 

683

Salute to the President October 7, 1967 

689

Senator Monroney 

689

Services (2 folders) 

688

Services to Senators 

689

Staff 

685

Staff Applications 

686

State Situations   

683

850 Politics 

Box

National Politics (3 folders) 

689

Senate Leadership Question   

689

American (Maine) Political Environment 1968 

690

Humphrey's Campaign 1968 

690

Maine Democratic Memos (2 folders) 

690

Maine Politics (3 folders) 

690

Vice Presidency 1968 

690

General Campaign Doings 1968 

691

Maine Democratic Convention 1968 

691

Representative Kyros 1968 

691

RFK's Campaign 1968 

691

500 Club 

692

Card File Reception List for Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, Bangor, April 1968 

692

Democratic Memos, 1967 (2 folders) 

692

Democratic National Convention 1968 

692

Fact Sheets 6. 90th Congress, 1967-1968 

692

General 1966-1967 (2 folders) 

692

Presidential Primaries 1967-1968 

692

1966 Campaign – Senator Smith 1966 

693

Beck Report – Violette Committee 1966-1967 (2 folders) 

693

Campaign – Propaganda Materials 1967 

693

Democratic Conference 1966-1967 

693

Margaret Chase Smith 1967 

693

Publicom Incorporated 1967 

693

Robert Byrd 1967-1968 

693

Favorite Son - ESM 1968 

690-691

Press Files 

Articles 

Box

“America" Magazine/Deadline September 1967 

693

Georgetown Law Journal 1967 

693

Chemical Engineering 

693

George Washington Law Review Symposium (2 folders) 

693

Foreword: Industrial Pollution Handbook 

693

Dickey Data vol. 28 no. 3, published by W.S. Dickey Clay Mfg. Co., features ESM article on “Creative Federalism” 

694

Speech Materials 

Box

Technology and the Human Environment, 1967-1968 

694

Senator's File on Vietnam   

694

Maritime Transportation   

694

Water Pollution   

694

Speech Materials 

694

Miscellaneous Briefing Materials for Speeches 

694

Democratic National Committee Publications (3 folders) 

694

Speech Books (ESM, DEN Statements, Speeches, Tapes, Inserts, etc.) 

Box

Vol. I, January 1 - March 22, 1967 

696

Vol. II, March 28 - June 28, 1967 

696-697

Volume III, July 12 - August 9, 1967 

697

Volume IV, August 9 - December 20, 1967 

697-698

January 1 - March 23, 1968 

698

March 25 - May 31, 1968 

698-699

June -August 1968 

699

September 1-19, 1968 

700

September 20-25, 1968 

700-701

September 26 - October 6, 1968 

701

October 7-13, 1968 

70-702

October 14 - November 5, 1968 

702

November 7 - December 31 1968 

703

Speech Files from Waterville 

Box

January 1-February 27, 1968 (2 folders)   

703

March 1-May 8, 1968 (4 folders)   

703

September 20-28, 1968 

703-704

September 28-October 28, 1968 

704

October 30-November 5, 1968 

704

October 30-November 5, 1968 

705

September 24-November 1, 1968 and December 2-22, 1968 

705

Other (press files) 

Box

Open Business, 1967 (2 folders) 

693

Directories   

694

1967-1968 Invitations and Travel Schedules 

694

Final Draft of ESM Speeches 

695-696

Press Releases 1967 

705

Press Releases - 1967 Reports to Maine, Articles, Statements, etc. 

705-706

Scheduling Files 

Box

January 1967 

706

February 1967 

706-707

March 1967 

707-708

April 1967 

708

May 1967 

709-710

June  1967 

710

July 1967 

710-711

August – September 1967 

711

October 1967 

712

November – December 1967 

713

January 1968 

713-714

February 1968 

714

March 1968 

714-715

April 1968 

715-716

May 1968 

716-717

June 1968 

717-718

July 1968 

718-719

1968 Democratic National Convention 

Box
719

August 1968 

719

September 1968 

719-720

October 1968 

720

November – December 1968 

721

Open Date Invitations – Campaign 1968 

721-722

White House Tours/Visitors 1968 (2 folders) 

722

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7. 91st Congress, 1969-1970   218.25 Linear feet 462 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content note

This sub-subseries includes the following types of files from the 91st Congressional Session: correspondence/resource/case files; legislative resource files; political files; press files; resource files; scheduling files; and personal files belonging to Muskie, Eliot Cutler, John Whitelaw, and Charles Micoleau.

Researchers may note that the records for 1970 include two different sets of correspondence files, one organized similarly to the office's correspondence files in the 1960s, and the other organized similarly to those from the 1970s. The major difference between the two is that the former incorporated case file correspondence along with the rest of the correspondence, while the latter maintained generally distinct case and correspondence files.

The records from the 91st Congress are particularly rich in their documentation of Muskie's work on air and water quality legislation, developing the sugar beet industry in Maine, and the HUD Model Cities Program; Muskie's stands on a range of foreign policy issues; and his responses to the policies of the administration of Richard M. Nixon.

Arrangement note

This sub-subseries is organized by file type.

Correspondence, Resource and Case Files 1969 

Master Alpha Files 

Box

Aa – Bl [R] 

723

Bm – Cp [R] 

724

Cm – Cp [R] 

724-725

Cq – Dz [R] 

725

Ea – Gh [R] 

726

Gi – Gp [R] 

726-727

Gq – Hl [R] 

727

Hm – Kh [R] 

728

Ki – Kp [R] 

728-729

Kq – McG [R] 

729

McH – Mz [R] 

730

Na – Rd [R] 

731

Re – Sl [R] 

732

Sm – Tz [R] 

733

Ua – Z [R] 

734

Memos and Robo Copies 

735

Dear Sirs and Flexo Copies (2 folders) 

735

020 A. Washington Office 

Box

Condolences  (3 folders) 

735

Special Congratulations   

735

Letters of Recommendation (2 folders) [R] 

735

Secret Service/Crank Mail   

735

Mail Count 

735

Legislative Reference Service/Wladyslaw Marciszewski [Polish] 

735

Interns [weeded] 

736

Personal  (2 folders) 

736

Office Memos   

736

Office Procedure   

736

American Political Science Fellows 

736

 Inaugural Committee   

736

Get Well   

736

Thank You [weeded, includes trips] 

736-737

Congressional Record Insert   

737

Mailing List – Congressional Record   

737

General/January-December (2 folders) 

737

Waterville Office Referral   

738

030 General 

Box

Missing Persons   

738

A-C 

738

C-D 

739

D-G 

740

G-H 

741

I-M 

742

743

M-P 

744

R-S 

745

T-Z 

746

050 Maine 

Box

Agriculture   

746

Air [and Water] Pollution   

746

Department of Education 

Box

Vocational Rehabilitation   

746

Ocean Research (William N. Ellis) 

747

Correspondence 

747-748

Parochial Schools 

748
Box

Pollution Abatement   

746

Publications of the Maine Water and Air Environmental Improvement Commission 

746

Bureau of Indian Affairs  (3 folders) 

747

Indian Affairs (2 folders) 

747

Maine State Commission on the Arts and Humanities   

747

Outreach Program: Hyde School 

747

St. Francis College Seminar   

747

State Accountants   

747

Auburn Aluminum Reduction   

748

Civil Liberties Union   

748

Forestry   

748

Trenton Aluminum Plant   

748

Bureau of Taxation   

749

Employment Security Commission 

749

Governor's Council: OEO 

749

Public Utilities Commission 

749

Secretary of State 

749

Westbrook, Bishop Nursing Home   

749

Bath Iron Works   

750

Department of Fish and Game 

750

Industrial Accident Commission [R] 

750

Maine Maritime Academy 

750

National Guard (includes Leo Tetreault [R]) 

750

Port Authority   

750

Representation of the Senator Re: Baileyville Wastewater Treatment 

750

Soil and Water Conservation, Washington County   

750

State Chamber of Commerce   

750

State Legislation   

750

State Parks and Recreation (2 folders) 

750

Bank Commission 

751

Baxter State Park   

751

Commission on Equal Rights   

751

Insurance Department 

751

Lovewell Lake Flooding   

751

Lubec Narrows Lighting Problem   

751

Mental Health and Corrections [R] 

751

Motor Vehicles   

751

Prestile Stream (Pollution)   

751

Real Estate Commission   

751

Regional Medical Program   

751

Sea and Shore Fisheries   

751

Commission on Aging 

752

Health and Welfare (includes Portland Public Health Clinic) 

752

Maine Yankee Atomic Power Commission (2 folders) 

752

Newport Law Enforcement Assistance   

752

University of Maine 

Box

General 

751-752

Dow AFB Chapel Use 

752

Aeronautical Engineers – Roger Hooper [R] 

752

Project Themis 

752
Box

Department of Economic Development (includes New Towns Development/Dickey and Vinalhaven Conference Center) 

748-749

State Police (includes Haney Inquiry) 

749, 751

Governor Curtis (includes cases [R, second folder only]) 

750-751

050 Maine (Cases) 

Box

Henry Allen [R] 

752

James Armstrong [R] 

752

Jerry Banks [R] 

752

Hazel Clark [R] 

752

Susan DeLorge [R] 

752

Lillian Denis [R] 

752

Laura Getchell [R] 

752

Kermit Hansome [R] 

752

David Hattman [R] 

752

Ann Knight [R] 

752

Wendell McDougall [R] 

752

Curtis Martell [R] 

752

Lee Perry [R] 

752

Thelma Pilch [R] 

752

Michael Saretzky [R] 

752

Sadie Silver [R] 

752

Barbara Thims [R] 

753

William Whittier [R] 

753

Marion Wintle [R] 

753

Camp Waban [R] 

753

Pineland Hospital [R] 

753

Central Maine Sanatorium [R] 

753

050 Maine (Projects) 

Box

Federal Highway Safety (5 folders) 

753

New England River Basin (2 folders) 

753

New England River Basin 

754

General (1969 Correspondence by Month) 

754-755

Water Improvement Commission (2 folders) 

755

S.D. Warren 

755

State Society   

755

Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute 

755

Labor and Industry 

755

Bates Mexican-American Problem 

755

Partners of the Alliance 

755

Members of Congress for Peace through Law 

755

Maine Health Facilities Council/Gardiner Hospital 

756

Mediation and Conciliation Service  

756

Merrill Trust Company   

756

Sesquicentennial   

756

State Sesquicentennial Commission   

756

Aroostook/Prestile (4 folders) 

756

060 ESM Personal 

Box

Birthday and Christmas Greetings 

756-757

Senator's Trip to Japan 

757

Hyde School   

757

Recommendations   

757

Thank Yous   

757

American Academy of Arts and Sciences 

757

Presidential Prayer (handwritten notes and keepsakes) * 

757

History of Suite 221 (1965) 

757

Smithsonian [television] Project 1969 

757

Majority Whip 

757

General A – O 

758

General P – R 

758-759

General S – Z 

759

100 Agriculture 

Box

General (2 folders) 

759

S. 2241: Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act   

759

Agriculture and Forestry   

759

S. 812: Bargaining Act   

759

S. 1832: National Timber Supply Act   

759

Food Stamp Reform Act (ESM Cosponsor) (2 folders) 

759

Pesticides 

759

"Hunger in America" 

760

H.R. 15398: School Lunch Program   

760

S. 811: Fair Farm Budget Act   

760

H.R. 11527: University of Maine Land Bill   

760

Meat Inspection Act   

760

S. 1181: Potato Research Promotion Act   

760

S. 2862: Potato Research Promotion Act 

760

S. 2972: Table Egg Marketing Act 

760

Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention   

760

REA   

760

Potato Futures   

760

School Lunch Program  (2 folders) 

760

S. 1423: Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act Amendment 

761

100 Appropriations 

Box

General   

761

Kennedy Memorial   

761

Agriculture (2 folders) 

761

Armed Services (2 folders) 

761

Commerce  (2 folders) 

761

Independent Offices  (3 folders) 

761

Interior and Insular Affairs  (2 folders) 

761

Defense/ABM 

761

Labor and HEW (2 folders) 

762

Labor and Public Welfare   

762

Postal Operations 

762

Public Works  (2 folders) 

762

Transportation 

762

H.R. 15399: Supplemental Appropriations 

762

100 Armed Services 

Box

S. 2949 : Dow Air Force Base 

762

Military Authorization   

762

S. 752: Augusta Armory Bill   

762

S. 2546: C-5A   

762

Defense Budget   

762

Military Construction   

762

Hubbell Pay Plan   

762

Laird's Appointment   

762

U.S. Flag over U.S.S. Utah   

762

S. 1635: Sole Surviving Son   

762

ABM 

762-763

Military Retirement   

764

Selective Service Act (5 folders) 

764

ABM Sentinel 

764-765

Draft (2 folders) 

765

100 Commerce 

Box

General  (3 folders) 

765

Alcoholic Beverages   

765

S. 3890: Re-refined Lubricating Oil (ESM Cosponsor) 

765

S. 2543: Tennessee Walking Horses   

766

S. 1934: Electric Power Reliability Act - Feasibility 1968 

766

Electric Power Feasibility Bill   

766

Safe Streets Act   

766

Fisheries Legislation (4 folders) 

766

St. Lawrence Seaway/North Atlantic Ports   

767

S. 2355: Advisory Commission Freight Rates   

767

CATV 

767

H.R. 11814 [H.R. 13300]: Interstate and Foreign Commerce – Railroad Retirement (5 folders) 

767

Laboratory Animals  (2 folders) 

767

S. 1026: Federal Aviation Act (ESM Cosponsor)  (3 folders) 

768

Merchant Marine and Fisheries (5 folders) 

768

Merchant Marine and Fisheries (2 folders) 

769

Maritime Academy   

769

Maritime Authorization Bill   

769

S. 10: OCEAN DELIGHT (ESM Cosponsor) 

769

Documentation of ALVA L. (ESM Cosponsor) 

769

Maine Maritime (2 folders) 

769

S. 2067: Radiation Control 

769

S. 1934: Electric Power Reliability Act 

769

S.J. Res. 101: KAIULANI (2 folders) 

769

S. 2426: Fisheries Development Act 

769

Fishery Production Act   

770

Containers for Fruits and Vegetables 

770

S. 985: Fair Packaging and Labeling   

770

S. 754: Eugenie II (ESM Bill)   

770

S. 753: Cap'n Frank (ESM Bill)   

770

S. 2282: Barbara Ann Bill 

770

100 Finance 

Box

General  (7 folders) 

770

S. 1795: Tax Incentive: Air and Water Pollution – ESM Cosponsor   

770

S. 2518: Disability Insurance Program for the Blind   

770

Domestic Economy   

771

Income Tax  (4 folders) 

771

Industrial Revenue Bonds   

771

Internal Revenue Code   

771

Orderly Marketing  

Box

Sardines  

771

Textiles  

773

Shoe Imports 

776
Box

Railroad Retirement   

771

Revenue and Expenditure Control Act   

771

S. 1796: Hollings Bill   

771

S. 500: Farming Tax – ESM Cosponsor   

771

S. 2277: War Profit Tax on Net Income – ESM Cosponsor   

772

S. 2518: Social Security Act – ESM Cosponsor (4 folders) 

772

S. 1132: Social Security: Metcalf Amendment – ESM Cosponsor (2 folders) 

773

S. 1959, S. 1960: Social Security   

773

S. 2540: Import Quota (3 folders) 

773

S. 755: Tariff Schedule   

773

S. 763: Social Security/Drugs   

773

Social Security 

Box

Medicare 

772

Veterans Retirees 

773

General 

778-779
Box

Trade   

773

Veterans Pensions   

773

S. 1462: Orderly Marketing (3 folders) 

775

Oil Depletion Robo (3 folders) 

777

S. 2645: Tax Surcharge Extension and Tax Reform  (2 folders) 

779

Tax Reform 

773-777

Tax Reform Proposals – Don's Materials (2 folders) 

777-778

100 Foreign Affairs 

Box

ESM's Foreign Policy Memos   

779

H. Con. Res. 416: Baltic States   

779

Milltown Bridge 

779

Non-proliferation Treaty   

779

S. 953: Department of Peace  (2 folders) 

779

S. Con. Res. 3: Biafra   

779

General (4 folders) 

779-780

British-American Parliamentary Conference, Bermuda, March 17-19, 1969 

780

FPC Amendment to Foreign Aid Bill   

780

Middle East Conflict   

780

Vietnam – Land Reform 

780-781

100 Interior and Insular Affairs 

Box

General   

781

S.J. Res. 28: Carl Hayden Project   

781

S. 1151: Fish and Resource Protection   

781

Redwoods National Park   

781

Land and Water Conservation Fund Amendment   

781

P.L. 88-309: Commercial Fisheries Research and Development Act   

781

Secretary of the Interior Hickel Letters / Robo  (4 folders) 

781-783

Fish Protein Concentrate 

783

100 Judiciary 

Box

Nixon's Cabinet Appointees   

783

Flag Commission   

783

General  (4 folders) 

783

Constitutional Amendment – Appoint Justices Supreme Court   

783

Haynesworth Appointment 

784-785

Omnibus Crime Bill   

785

Firearms Control  (2 folders) 

785

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency   

785

S. 2950: Senate Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency 

785

Otepka Case   

785

Failing Newspaper Act   

785

Corrupt Practices Act (2 folders) 

785

Prayer Amendment  (2 folders) 

786

Prayer Amendment [Robo] (2 folders) 

786

S. 782: Invasion of Privacy (ESM Cosponsor) 

786

S.J. Res. 1: Constitutional Amendment: Direct Election of President   

786

S. 1035: Invasion of Privacy (ESM Cosponsor) 

786

S. 1506: Judicial Reform Act (2 folders) 

786

Civil Rights 

786

S.J. Res. 8: Censorship and Obscenity Proposals 

786

Amend the Voting Rights Act   

787

Lowering the Voting Age (2 folders) 

787

Riots (2 folders) 

787

Filibuster Rule   

787

S. 12: Internal Security Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

787

H.R. 2516: Ervin Substitute 

787

Wiretapping Legislation   

787

S.J. Res. 61: Equal Rights for Women   

787

Constitutional Amendment – Electoral College (4 folders) 

787-788

Electoral College Challenge (4 folders) 

788

100 Labor and Public Welfare 

Box

General 

788-789

Public Health Service Act   

789

Health Manpower and NIH Research (2 folders) 

789

Allied Health Professions Act 1968 

789

Coal Miners Health and Safety Act   

789

Older American Act   

789

Child Health Care   

789

Occupational Health and Safety Act   

789

Education (General) (2 folders) 

789

G.I. Bill   

790

Student Campus Unrest (3 folders) 

790

Education Budget   

790

Library Construction Act   

790

H.R. 514: ESEA  (2 folders) 

790

Health Professions – Student Loans   

790

S. 2422: Higher Education Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

790

S. 2422: Insured Students Loan Program   

790

S. 14: Commission on Afro-American History and Culture 

790

S. 2060: Head Start Development Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

790

Youth Participation   

791

S. 508: National Foundation for Social Sciences   

791

S. 809: Youth Camp Safety Act   

791

Welfare (General) (2 folders) 

791

S. 877: Research in Aging Act   

791

H.R. 515: National School Lunch Act   

791

President's Youth Advisory Commission [] 

791

Humane Treatment (Laboratory Animals)   

791

Veterans Legislation   

791

S. 338: Veterans Affairs   

791

Labor (General)   

791

S. 5: Full Opportunity Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

791

S. 8: National Labor Relations Act   

791

Economic Opportunity   

791

S. 2568: Unfair Labor Practices Act   

791

S. 1362: O.I.C. Centers – Opportunities Industrialization   

791

S.J. Res. 89: International Biological Program   

791

100 Post Office and Civil Service 

Box

General  (2 folders) 

792

H.R. 20: Decennial Census   

792

S. 3483: Freedom of Choice Act   

792

Civil Service Retirees   

792

S. 578: Fire Fighters 

792

S. 20: 2nd and 3rd Class Mail   

793

Federal Officials – Pay Raise  (2 folders) 

793

400 House Committees 

Box

Ways and Means - Retirement/Pension Act 

798

Agriculture (includes National Timber Supply Act) 

798

Armed Services   

798

Appropriations   

798

Banking and Currency   

798

Commerce 

798

House Study Group   

798

Judiciary   

798

Interior and Insular Affairs   

798

Merchant Marine and Fisheries   

798

Government Operations (2 folders) 

798

Interstate and Foreign Commerce (includes H.R. 13300) 

798

Foreign Affairs   

798

Science and Astronautics   

798

Education and Labor 

798

Ways and Means   

799

Post Office and Civil Service (includes H.R. 11582) 

799

Housing and Urban Development 

Box

H.R. 11870 

799

Housing (6 folders) 

799

S. 823: Fair Credit Reporting Bill  (5 folders) 

800

One Bank Holding Company Materials  (2 folders) 

800

One Bank Holding Company Materials    

801

S. 2864: Amendment to Housing [and Urban Development] (5 folders) 

801

Balanced Urbanization Policy and Planning Act 

801

HUD Act – "Operation Breakthrough 

801
Box

Hearings on Brookley Air Force Base   

802

Full Opportunity and Social Accounting Act 

802

Investigations Subcommittee [R2] 

802

500 Banking and Currency 

Box

Export Expansion and Regulation Act 

802-803

Federal Home Loan Bank   

803

S. 1750: Small Business Administration Act   

803

S. 1940: Export Control Act (3 folders) 

803

S. 2499: Maximum Rates of Interest Charged by Federally Supervised Banks 

803

S. 2569: D.C. Bank Bill   

803

S. 3695: Securities Act 

803

S. 867: Sale of the Silver Dollar (2 folders) 

803

SBIC Bills   

803

East-West Trade 

804

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Correspondence   

804

Fiscal Crisis   

804

Mass Transportation   

804

One Bank Holding Correspondence   

804

S. 2146: Community Credit Expansion Act   

804

S. 2577: FDIC Materials   

804

S. 34: Investment Company Amendment Acts (2 folders) 

804

S. 823: Fair Credit Reporting Act   

804

Export-Import Bank   

805

General Materials  (3 folders) 

805

HUD Act; Interstate Land Sales Act   

805

Mass Transit  

805

S. 1754: Consumer Credit Insurance Act  (3 folders) 

805

S. 2298: Credit Union Legislation   

805

Federal Reserve Board   

806

H.R. 2: National Credit Union   

806

Lumber   

806

S. 721: Credit Card Abuses 

806

Housing Act 

806-807

General Correspondence  (6 folders) 

807

Materials   

808

Nomination of Arthur F. Burns (Hearing) Dec. 18, 1970 

808

500 Government Operations 

Box

General Correspondence  (4 folders) 

808

Report to the Presbytery of Chicago   

808

General 

808-809

Dr. King's Birthday/A National Holiday   

810

Intergovernmental Relations (IGR) 

Box

General  (5 folders) 

809

Memos  (2 folders) 

809

Budget   

810

Staff   

810

Value Engineering 

810

Proposed Budget and Resolution for Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (3 folders) 

810

Subcommittee on Foreign Aid Expenditures   

810

Federal Power Commission 

810
Box

National Advisory Commission on Health Science and Society 

810

President's Youth Advisory Council   

810

500 Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations 

Box

General 1968 

810-811

Hearings [on Riots] 

811-812

McSurely Case 

812

500 Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR) 

Box

[Export Expansion and Regulation Act] 

812

Committee on Government Operations Prints/Hearings 

812

General    

812-813

ACIR Report on Fiscal Federalism  (2 folders) 

813

Notebooks [Agendas] (2 folders) 1969 

813

Fiscal Balance in the American Federal System, Ch. VI [Draft] 

814

Memos and Publications 

814-815

Bills in the 6. 90th Congress, 1967-1968 

816

Docket Books 

Box

24576 

816

September 20, 1968 (2 folders) 

816

25010 

816

February 2-3, 1968 (2 folders) 

816

February 2-3, 1968 

817

January 17-18, 1969 

817

Reports 

Box

State-Local Taxation and Industrial Location, 1967 

817

Draft of 10th Annual Report   

817

Sources of Increases in State Tax Collections: Economic Growth vs. Political Choice 

817

Draft: State Aid to Local Government (3 folders) 

817

Transferability of Public Employee Retirement Credits among Units of Government, 1963 

817

Tax Overlapping in the U.S., 1961 

817

Local Nonproperty Taxes and the Coordinating Role of the State, 1961 

817

Periodic Congressional Reassessment of Federal Grants-in-Aid to State and Local Governments, 1961 

818

Third Annual Report, 1962 

818

Intergovernmental Policies for Urbanization and New Community Development, Chapter VI 1968 (2 folders) 

818

Urban American and the Federal System 1969 

818

State Aid to Local Governments (April 1969 report) 

818

Labor-Management Policies for State and Local Government 

818

500 Public Works 

Box

General 

818, 821-822

General Correspondence 

818-819

Air Pollution (3 folders) 

819

Environmental Pollution  

Box

Salt Pollution 

819

Water Pollution Correspondence (3 folders) 

819

Water Pollution Robos 

820

Thermal Pollution (2 folders) 

820

Water Pollution Materials (2 folders) 

820

Air and Water Pollution Correspondence (5 folders) 

821

Environmental Quality Act (3 folders) 

821
Box

S. 1090: Regional Development Act (2 folders) 

822

Ad Hoc Committee on the Environment   

822

Subcommittee on Flood Control 

822

Marine Pollution Damage   

823

S. 1582: Fine Arts and Architects Act   

823

Air Quality Criteria   

823

Federal Highway Administration 

823

S. 758: Wiscasset Bridge 

823

Water Pollution (Vessel)   

823

S. 2605: Westport, Maine Bridge   

823

Subcommittee on Roads   

823

Power Rate – New England Regional Commission   

823

Automotive Pollution – Alternatives   

823

S. 3206: Water Quality Act Materials (1968) 

823-824

S. 7, S. 544: Water Quality Hearings (3 folders) 

824

Federal Highway Bill 

824

Air Quality Act (4 folders) 

824

S. 7: Water Quality Improvement Robo Letters (4 folders) 

825

Santa Barbara Materials and Correspondence 

825-826

S. 7/S. 544: Water Quality Improvement Act 1969 

826-827

600 Public Relations 

Box

January 

827

February 

828

March 

828-830

April 

830

May 

830-831

June 

831-832

July 

832-833

August 

833

September 

833-834

October 

834-835

November 

835-836

December 

836

700 Agriculture 

Box

Aggie National Forest Service – Mineral King Area (Disney Productions)   

836

FHA 

Box

Mt. Desert   

836

Brownfield 1963-1969/Burnt Meadow (3 folders) 

837

Seal Cove 

838

January 1969 

839

Bridgton Sewers   

839

Waldoboro 

840
Box

King Resources 

836

Bulletins   

837

DDT Spraying – Maine   

837

Dunham – Davee Brook Watershed 1967 

837

Dutch Elm Disease 

837

Food Stamps   

837

Forestry   

837

REA   

837

Surplus Food   

837

Watershed 

Box

Stevens Brook 

837

Northern Maine Regional Planning Commission  

837

Violette Stream 

839

Austin Stream 

839
Box

Conservation Program – St. John/Aroostook   

838

CSS – Nezinscot Project 

838

School Lunch Program   

838

Soil and Water Conservation Facility Project – University of Maine 

838

Dairy Products 

839

Maine Potato Council (5 folders) 

839

Spruce Budworm Materials (2 folders) 

839

FHA [Farmers Home Administration] Cases 

Box

Albee, Madeline [R] 

840

Berry, Eugene [R] 

840

Brown, Donald E. [R] 

840

Chamberland, Jean Paul [R] 

840

Coulombe, Clayton B. [R] 

840

Elliott, David [R] 

840

Harlow, Kenneth F. [R] 

840

Knowlton, Arnold [R] 

840

Larson, Martin [R] 

840

McKenney, Gordon [R] 

840

Muller, Virgil [R] 

840

Scott, Charles S. [R] 

840

Sirois, Joseph [R] 

840

Sweetland, Paul [R] 

840

Thomas, Richard [R] 

840

Wood, Calvin [R] 

840
Box

General 

836-837

Small Watershed (includes Pleasant River) 

837, 839

Threshold Project – York, Oxford, Cumberland Counties 

837-838

Soil Conservation Service (includes Libby Brook Project, Upper Carrabassett) 

838, 840

700 Commerce 

Box

New England Regional Commission   

840-841

National Bureau of Standards (Lumber)   

841

Falcon Rule Company - Business and Defense Services Administration   

841

Bangor Shoe Manufacturing Company   

841

Environmental Science Services Administration   

841

Bath Iron Works   

841

Import and Export - C.F. Hathaway Company 

841

General (includes Maritime Administration) 

841

Oceanography 

842

Economic Development Administration 

Box

General  (5 folders) 

842

Tucker and Sons Company   

842

Squaw Mountain Inn   

842

Hancock County   

842

Caribou 

842

Corinna Fire   

842

Fort Kent Fence Company 

842

700 Defense 

Box

General 

842-843

M-16 Rifle/Maremont Corporation 

843

Dickey-Lincoln   

843

Army – M-16 (3 folders) 

843

Space Program (2 folders) 

844

Prisoners of War (2 folders) 

844

Military Spending (2 folders) 

844

Apollo II Robo Letters   

844

Character Guidance Program   

844

Reserve Call-Up   

844

Liaison – Rumford Hospital   

844

Secretary   

844

MIRV 

844

Anti-ballistic Missile System (7 folders) 

845

ABM Correspondence (3 folders) 

845

ABM Correspondence (2 folders) 

846

NIKE-X Anti-ballistic Missile System (4 folders) 

846

Civil Defense   

846

Liaison – Civil Defense in Schools   

846

Contracts (Projects) 

Box

Barrows 

846

J.P. Stevens – Burlington Industries/Dan River Mills   

846

Andrew Redmond 

846

Mearl Corporation   

846

Herschel A. Smith 

846

Air Force 

Box

DOW AFB - Reuse 

846

General 

847

Loring Air Force Base   

847

Air Force Disposition of Dow Pines Recreation Area 

847

Dow Closing (2 folders) 

847

Presque Isle   

847

Liaison/Phase Out  

847

Army 

Box

Green Berets 

847

Secretary – Presidio Case   

848

General 

848

Toxic Gases 

849

Army Corps of Engineers 

Box

General  (2 folders) 

848

Androscoggin "Thirteen Mile Woods" (1967) 

848

Islesboro   

848

Big Walnut Valley   

848

Biddeford Pool 

848

Bunker Harbor 

848

Matinicus Harbor 

848

Calais   

848

Casco Bay – Yarmouth 

848

Kennebec River Dredging Project 

848

Kennebec Dredging Project (1967) 

848

Jonesport (1967) 

848

Milbridge (1967) 

848

Northeast Water Supply Study (1967) 

848

Penobscot (2 folders) 

849

Popham Beach (1967) 

849

Saco (1967) (2 folders) 

849

St. John-Allagash (1967) 

849

Scarboro (1967) 

849

Union (1967) 

849

Navy (Projects) 

Box

General    

849

Trenton Airport – Bar Harbor   

849

Inspectors Wages – Portsmouth   

849

Admiralty Village   

849

Naval Vessel Visit to Searsport 

849
Box

Marine Corps - General 

849

700 Military Case Files 

Air Force Liaison 

Box

Allen, Marrington [R] 

850

Anastasio, Frank [R] 

850

Arsenault, Raymond [R] 

850

Baker, Linwood [R] 

850

Belanger, William [R] 

850

Bishop, Lloyd E. [R] 

850

Bouchard, Robert E. [R] 

850

Buford, Alfred [R] 

850

Cantor, Maurice [R] 

850

Caron, John [R] 

850

Carpenter, Charles E. [R] 

850

Christie, Richard [R] 

850

Clark, Eugene [R] 

850

Coleman, C.V. [R] 

850

Conner, Arthur B. [R] 

850

Coon, John [R] 

850

Cunningham, Fred [R] 

850

Darcy, Edward [R] 

850

DeRochemont, Paul L. [R] 

850

Donovan, James [R] 

850

Dow, Ralph [R] 

850

Dube, George [R] 

850

Egbert, Robert [R] 

850

Ellis, Marvin [R] 

850

Engh, Carl A. [R] 

850

Fitzpatrick, Michael [R] 

850

Furbush, Elizabeth E. [R] 

850

Garfinkle, Richard [R] 

850

Gasper, Louis Z. [R] 

850

Glassock, Franklin R. [R] 

850

Goldsmith, Lawrence [R] 

850

Goodrich, Donald [R] 

850

Goodwin, Jerry [R] 

850

Graf, John [R] 

850

Griffin, Greta [R] 

850

Hale, Stephen [R] 

850

Hanson, John D. [R] 

850

Harris, Alvin [R] 

850

Havener, George [R] 

850

Hicks, Arthur [R] 

850

Holmes, Charles [R] 

850

Holt, Jeffrey [R] 

850

Jackson, Charles W. [R] 

850

Jenesse, Robert [R] 

850

Jones, Mrs. Edward [R] 

850

King, Geoffrey [R] 

850

King, Kenneth R. [R] 

850

Lachance, Robert [R] 

850

Landry, Ray [R] 

850

Lebling, Thomas [R] 

850

Lemire, Ronald [R] 

850

Lewis, Barry [R] 

850

Limrick, Arlene [R] 

850

Lord, Gerald [R] 

850

Lougee, Robert [R] 

850

Lovejoy, Richard [R] 

850

McIntyre, Frank [R] 

850

Merritt, Charles [R] 

850

Mendell, Carleton [R] 

850

Merrill, James [R] 

851

Meyers, Wayne [R] 

851

Neault, Jean [R] 

851

Nolan, Jerome [R] 

851

Noyes, Robert H. [R] 

851

Pettengill, Peter L. [R] 

851

Pray, Donald [R] 

851

Richard, Donald [R] 

851

Russell, Harold [R] 

851

Sherin, John Jr. [R] 

851

Shorey, Linwood [R] 

851

Sizer, William [R] 

851

Smales, James A. [R] 

851

Stairs, Nathan A. [R] 

851

Stevens, Ronald A. [R] 

851

Tilley, Donald [R] 

851

Tounge, Gregory [R] 

851

Toussaint, Ronald [R] 

851

Tucker, Jane [R] 

851

Washburn, Ernest E. [R] 

851

Willette, Ralph [R] 

851

Wormlight, Donald [R] 

851

Ziplow, W.N. [R] 

851

Air Reservists [R] 

851

Army Liaison 

Box

General [R] 

851

Troop Withdrawals [R] 

851

Adams, Gary [R] 

851

Allen, Christopher [R] 

851

Allen, Ernest M. [R] 

851

Alley, Ronald [R] 

851

Anderson, Carl F. [R] 

851

Ashbrook, Wallace P. [R] 

851

Ashley, Walter L. [R] 

851

Bagley, Kevin [R] 

851

Belanger, Donald [R] 

851

Bond, Stephen [R] 

851

Booth, Earl F. [R] 

851

Boucher, Armand [R] 

851

Boyington, Robert [R] 

851

Boudreau, Denis [R] 

851

Bourgoin, Emile [R] 

851

Bragg, Frederick [R] 

851

Bray, Arnal D. [R] 

851

Brooker, Harold S. [R] 

851

Brown, Michael [R] 

851

Brown, Neil E. [R] 

851

Brown, Ronald E. [R] 

851

Brown, Ronald R. [R] 

851

Brown, William R. [R] 

851

Buzzell, LeRoy [R] 

851

Cak, Jerome [R] 

851

Campbell, David [R] 

851

Carmichael, Barry [R] 

851

Caron, Leo P. (and Roger Caron) [R] 

851

Fort Carson [R] 

851

Chandler, Roger Milton [R] 

851

Cirillo. Anthony [R] 

851

Clark, Elmer [R] 

851

Cluff, Keith A. [R] 

851

Condon, Andrew [R] 

851

Conley, John Michael III [R] 

851

Corro, Jo-Marie (John Fanning) [R] 

851

Coro, Lewis [R] 

851

Costello, Daniel [R] 

851

Crane, Lester [R] 

851

Crasnick, David [R] 

851

Croxford, Paul L. [R] 

851

Cunningham, Mary [R] 

851

Cyr, Joseph L.R. [R] 

852

Dailey, Thomas E. [R] 

852

Daly, James [R] 

852

Darling, John R. [R] 

852

Delisle, Alphonse [R] 

852

DeVol, Phil [R] 

852

Diffin, Richard [R] 

852

DiMambro, Daniel [R] 

852

Dixon, James [R] 

852

Dube, Roland [R] 

852

Dulberg, Irving [R] 

852

Dumas, Roger [R] 

852

Dumont, Louis [R] 

852

Dwelley, Winford E. [R] 

852

Dyer, Calvin [R] 

852

Edwards, Frederick[R] 

852

Elwell, Jerry [R] 

852

Emery, Larry L. [R] 

852

Estes, Lynda (Gordon Estes) [R] 

852

Everett, Mark [R] 

852

Feeney, Donald E. [R] 

852

French, David [R] 

852

Gamache, Eugene [R] 

852

Gerdes, Pamela [R] 

852

Gosselin, R.M., Jr. [R] 

852

Gray, Gary [R] 

852

Gray, Leslie [R] 

852

Hall, John M. [R] 

852

Hallee, Neal [R] 

852

Hancock, Charles E. [R] 

852

Hannah, George A. [R] 

852

Hannon, Howard [R] 

852

Harden, James [R] 

852

Harris, Ronald [R] 

852

Hart, David [R] 

852

Haywood, William [R] 

852

Hebert, Carleton [R] 

852

Hess, Lynn J. [R] 

852

Hinkle, Robert J. [R] 

852

Hinton, Michael W. [R] 

852

Hodge, Robert [R] 

852

Hogan, Ronald J. [R] 

852

Holt, Dana [R] 

852

Houle, Ron [R] 

852

Hubbell, Charles [R] 

852

Hutchins, David [R] 

852

Jacques, Dennis [R] 

852

Jewett, Maurice O. [R] 

852

Keaten, Dennis E. [R] 

852

Kirk, William H. [R] 

852

Kitchen, Allen [R] 

852

Klein, Paul D. [R] 

852

Kulisek, Joseph [R] 

852

LaFrance, Daniel [R] 

852

Lagasse, John [R] 

852

Lamarre, Robert [R] 

852

Landry, Richard [R] 

852

Lane, Frank A. [R] 

852

LaPorte, Richard [R] 

852

Lavallee, Maurice [R] 

852

Leach, Russell G. [R] 

853

Lemay, Laurier L. [R] 

853

Leonard, Marie (Bainbridge Island) [R] 

853

Lilienthal, Frank [R] 

853

Lincoln, David K. [R] 

853

Loheed, Philip [R] 

853

Longley, Robert A. [R] 

853

Loughran, John R. [R] 

853

Lowell, Carole L. [R] 

853

McDougald, R.V. [R] 

853

McEwan, Roland A. [R] 

853

McKinney, Larry [R] 

853

McKinney, Ricky J. [R] 

853

Marquis, Leroy R. [R] 

853

Matthews, Larry [R] 

853

Mayo, Elizabeth [R] 

853

Merchant, Dennis [R] 

853

Merrill, David [R] 

853

Michaud, Gene [R] 

853

Morin, Sibley and Ledford [R] 

853

Moss, Pamela [R] 

853

Moyes, George A. [R] 

853

Newton, Eugene [R] 

853

Nicholson, Lester [R] 

853

Norris, William [R] 

853

O’Connor, Jack M. [R] 

853

Occuizzi, Paul E. [R] 

853

Oliver, David [R] 

853

Overlock, Myron C. [R] 

853

Paradis, Joseph [R] 

853

Parise, Arthur [R] 

853

Peaslee, David [R] 

853

Peters, Tim [R] 

853

Phillips, James [R] 

853

Rancourt, Leo [R] 

853

Rankin, Wesley [R] 

853

Reidman, Patrick [R] 

853

Reynolds, Roscoe L. [R] 

853

Roast, Richard [R] 

853

Roberts, William O. [R] 

853

Rodriguez, Ralph [R] 

853

Rossignol, Hannah [R] 

853

Rousselle, Richard Alfred [R] 

853

Rush, Roger [R] 

853

Samuelson, David [R] 

853

Sands, Stanley [R] 

853

Scully, Edward L., Jr. [R] 

853

Seams, Colby J. [R] 

853

Shalek, Ian [R] 

853

Shelton, Lawrence [R] 

853

Shorthall, Steven [R] 

853

Smith, Abe D. [R] 

853

Smith, Dale [R] 

853

Smith, Vernon A. [R] 

853

Snow, Brian T. [R] 

853

Soule, Bruce L. [R] 

853

Spear, Michael [R] 

853

Sprowl, Richard E. [R] 

853

Staples, Dallas [R] 

853

Strider, Robert E.L., III [R] 

854

Sweet, James [R] 

854

Thorne, Gary F. [R] 

854

Tibbets, Bruce [R] 

854

Tofferi, Robert [R] 

854

Trahan, William P. [R] 

854

Trott, Clinton T. [R] 

854

Upham, Phillip [R] 

854

Vaillancourt, David [R] 

854

Vickers, Martyn [R] 

854

Vincent, George [R] 

854

Wade, Edward [R] 

854

Walker, Wilson [R] 

854

Wheeler, Ronald [R] 

854

Wiley, Michael J. [R] 

854

Williams, Philip [R] 

854

Williams, Philip J. [R] 

854

Word, Henry A. [R] 

854

Youndt, James [R] 

854

Young, George [R] 

854

Certificate of Service 

Box

Bane, Carl Richard [R] 

854

Clavette, Lena [R] 

854

Corbin, Mary   

854

Dense, Burton C. [R] 

854

Epps, Mack Richard [R] 

854

Goodhue, Jacqueline [R] 

854

McMillan, Billy Joe [R] 

854

Needham, Lynda R. [R] 

854

Nile, Richard A. [R] 

854

Owen, Gary Lee [R] 

854

Parker, Georgia L. [R] 

854

Pomerleau, Herman [R] 

854

Poulin, Janet Louise Gerald [R] 

854

Schubert, Roy J. [R] 

854

Staples, Sandra J. [R] 

854

Stockman, Lillian[R] 

854

Marine Corps Liaison 

Box

Bilodeau, Leo [R] 

854

Bishop, Sheldon [R] 

854

Bowen, William R. [R] 

854

Bracy, James A. [R] 

854

Bradford, R.A. [R] 

854

Byrd, Thomas [R] 

854

Camire, Richard F. [R] 

854

Carpentier, Paul [R] 

854

Carter, Gary L. [R] 

854

Curran, Timothy [R] 

854

Darche, Gary [R] 

854

Dill, Alton [R] 

854

Doody, John [R] 

854

Durrell, Craig [R] 

854

Forgues, Henry P. [R] 

855

Fournier, Albert Wayne [R] 

855

Gervois, Michael [R] 

855

Gonzales, Alvaro Jr. [R] 

855

Grover, Frederick [R] 

855

Harvey and Daniels [R] 

855

Ireland, Robert H. [R] 

855

Irwin, Robert [R] 

855

Legassey, Jammey R. [R] 

855

Linscott, R.W. [R] 

855

Lively, Rollin G., Jr. [R] 

855

Longtin, Maurice F. [R] 

855

Luce, Robert K. [R] 

855

Lussier, James [R] 

855

McKenna, Wayne J. [R] 

855

Meader, Rodney [R] 

855

Muskiet, P.D. [R] 

855

Paul, Raymond J. [R] 

855

Pepin, Thomas [R] 

855

Picard, Michael J. [R] 

855

Robinson, John (Marion Hussey) [R] 

855

Spencer, Bruce [R] 

855

Stevens, Philip [R] 

855

Tarr, Erwin W. [R] 

855

Thornton, John P. [R] 

855

Toms, Gary L. [R] 

855

Tyler, Earl L. [R] 

855

Webber, Gilbert [R] 

855

Whipple, Robert G. [R] 

855

White, Gilbert [R] 

855

Wing, Lawrence I. [R] 

855

Winslow, Paul [R] 

855

Young, Craig [R] 

855

700 Executive 

Box

President's Commission on Marine Science   

855

National Commission on Product Safety   

855

Oceanography   

855

Supreme Court   

855

Bureau of Budget   

855

President's Commission on Science and Technology 

855

700 HEW (Health, Education and Welfare) 

Box

Administration on Aging   

855

NIH – Eli Gaudet [R] 

855

Air Pollution (includes Chattanooga)  

855-857

Food and Drug Administration (2 folders) 

856

Higher Education 

857

NDEA (National Defense Education Act) (File for each month, except February and December) (10 folders) 

857

Office of Education 

Box

General 

857

Portland Dropout Program   

858

Gorham State Project   

858

Thomas College – St. Francis College   

858

Title III - St. John Valley 

858

Title III - Biddeford-Saco School 

858

Nasson College 

858
Box

RAMP Academic Regional Program – Kittery 

857

Secretary – Westbrook Junior College 

857

Title III: Elementary and Secondary Education (includes Yarmouth)  

857

Bureau of Federal Credit Unions   

858

Job Training Assistance Program – Douglas White [R] 

858

Relocation to Rockville   

858

School Busing   

858

School Desegregation   

858

Waiver of Exchange – Kottke [R] 

858

Waiver Review Board – Jan Drath [R] 

858

Public Health Service  

Box

General  (4 folders) 

859

Brighton Marine 

859

Hickey Inquiry 

859

Fluoridation (2 folders) 

860

Portland Rat Control Program   

860

Jackson Laboratory "Quiet Release" 

860
Box

Office of Solid Waste Disposal – City of Portland   

860

General 

860-861

700 HUD (Housing and Urban Development) 

Box

Berwick Sewer District   

861

Boothbay Water and Sewer   

861

Brewer   

861

Brunswick Housing -- Elderly 

863

CFA (includes Calias, Sanford) 

861-862

Cherryfield 

861

College of St. Joseph the Provider   

861

Federal Housing Administration (FHA) 

Box

R.S. Limbaugh 

861

Capehart Housing   

863

Housing for the Elderly – Lewiston 

863

Mexico – Harold Frazer [R] 

863

Bath 

863

Nursing Home Cases   

863

Rosaire Genier [R] 

863

General  

862-863
Box

General (Monthly, except March and Dec.) (10 folders) 

862

Lewiston 

863

Limerick   

862

Mattawamkeag Sewer Construction   

862

Memorial Manor, Augusta – Bill Langley (2 folders) 

863

Methodist Conference Homes, Inc., Rockland - Senior Citizens 

863

Model Cities Directory   

862

Model Cities Program Planning Grant Application: Lewiston (3 folders) 

864

Municipal Building – East Machias   

863

N.F.S. Skowhegan   

862

Neighborhood Facilities Grant – Augusta   

861

New Towns 

862

News Releases and Telegrams   

862

North Berwick Sewer Project   

861

Open Space Program – Skowhegan   

862

Phillips Sewers   

862

Planning Grant/ Water and Sewer – Bingham 

861

Portland Waterfront   

862

Public Facilities – Huxley   

861

Public Works Planning 

Box

Advance – Bethel 

861

Grant – Casco Bay 

861

Advance – Hartland (Sebasticook River)   

862

Advance – Livermore Falls 

862

District – Augusta Sanitary District  

861
Box

Recreational Programs – Parsonsfield 

862

Richmond Sewers   

862

Sewage Treatment – Androscoggin River 

861

Sewer Facilities Grant – Yarmouth   

862

South Berwick Sewer Project 

861

Urban Renewal 

Box

General  (2 folders) 

863

Edgehill and Vanderbilt, Nashville, Tennessee   

863

Ambridge, Pennsylvania 

863

James Connally Technical Institute 

863

Bethel 

863

Caribou   

864

Ralph French 

864

Fort Fairfield   

864

Lewiston – St. Pierre 

864

Lubec 

864

Pittsfield 

864

Waterville/Silver St. Station   

864

Windham   

864

Waterville – Willard M. Gilmore 

864

Mary Frey 

864

Rangeley (1967) 

864

Rockland (1967) 

864

Don Smith 

864

Springvale (1967) 

864
Box

Van Buren Housing Project 

863

Waldoboro Sewer District   

862

Waterville Recreation Area   

862

700 Interior 

Box

Bureau of Commercial Fisheries 

866

Bureau of Indian Affairs (2 folders) 

866

Bureau of Land Management   

867

Bureau of Mines   

866

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation (includes Searsport) 

866-867

Carl Klein   

867

DDT, Pesticides   

866

Fish and Wildlife Service 

866-867

Fish Protein Concentrate    

864

FWPCA (includes commissioner, man power demonstration project) 

864-866

General 

865-866

Geological Survey 

867

Historic Preservation   

865

Land and Water Conservation Fund   

867

Marine Sanctuaries Study Act   

867

National Park Service (includes Acadia National Park Boundary Proposal, Golden Eagle Permits) 

866-867

News Release   

866

Office of Coal Research   

865

Oil Imports 

867

Peterson Inquiry   

866

Preservation of Potomac Palisades   

865

Secretary of Interior   

866

Water Resources Research   

867

700 Justice 

Box

General (includes McGillivray Inquiry [R], Vassiliadis Inquiry [R]) 

867-868

Bureau of Prisons (2 folders) [R, second folder only] 

868

Federal Bureau of Investigation   

868

Supreme Court   

868

U.S. Deputy Marshall   

868

Law Enforcement (4 folders) 

869

New England State Police Staff College and New England Police Training Institute (4 folders) 

869

Civil Rights 

869-870

Case - Mary N. Mixon [R] 

870

Crime   

870

Immigration and Naturalization 

Box

General   

870

New Citizen Letters   

870

Customs Inspector   

870

Law Enforcement Educational Program   

870

Leo Bagley (Closed) [R] 

870

Arthur Bailey (Closed) [R] 

870

George Boudreau (Closed) [R] 

870

Connie Doyle (Closed) [R] 

870

Susan Hilton Carifio [R] 

870

Margaret Clotter (Jean Hazzard) [R] 

870

Herman Cohen [R] 

870

Carmelita Diffin [R] 

870

Jeffrey Hogg [R] 

870

Miroslawa Jesse [R] 

870

Aaron Johnston[R] 

870

Amin Kassis [R] 

870

Ernest Keegan (Timothy Sugrue) [R] 

870

Wang Ki Kim [R] 

870

Tomio Kubota [R] 

870

Lillian M. Limuco [R] 

870

Lavorgna [R] 

870

Rodolpho G. Nunez [R] 

870

Raquel Palma [R] 

870

William Perrault [R] 

870

Nathalie A. Porter [R] 

870

Erma C. Prosper [R] 

870

Clifton Rogers [R] 

870

Bernard Shea   

870

David Stuart   

870

George Woodward 

870
Box

James E. Connor [R] 

870

John DeWinter, U.S. Marshal, Maine   

870

Liaison   

Box

Enrique A. Garcia [R] 

870

Irene L. Lemire [R] 

870

Darrell Page [R] 

870

700 Labor 

Box

News Release   

871

Dock Strike   

871

Labor Unions   

871

A. Belanger and Sons vs. Laborers International Union of North America   

871

General (February – December, except July) (10 folders) 

871

Bureau of Employees Compensation (includes Nicholas Luka [R] and Elizabeth L. Lovewell [R]) 

871

Workman's Compensation Board (includes Catherine Henderson [R], W.D. Thompson [R]) 

871

American Institute of Architects   

871

Immigrant Labor Visas   

871

MDTA 

Box

Telegrams   

871

General   

871

Mark Battle [R] 

871

Maine Prison Program   

871

Franklin County 1967 

871

City of Lewiston   

872

Penobscot County CCA   

872

Portland Nursing Home   

872

Program for Mentally Retarded : Bangor (3 folders) 

872

Maine Concentrated Employment Program   

872

Pinecap CEP 

872

Portland Grant   

872

Waldo County   

872

Washington County   

872

Hillcrest Manor 

872

NYC [Neighborhood Youth Corps] 

Box

General (1968) 

872

Hancock County   

872

Knox County   

872

Portland Schools   

872

Neighborhood Youth Corp – Vanceboro   

872
Box

Woodworkers 

872

700 State 

Box

Peace Corps (includes consolidation) 

873

Nuclear Disarmament   

873

Passport: Ludwick Koslowski [R] 

873

March – Consular Treaty   

873

Lithuanian Independence 

873

Vietnam 

Box

January – June (9 folders) 

873

July – August (5 folders) 

874

September – October  (9 folders) 

875

November 

876-877

December (3 folders) 

877

Criticism  

877-878

General (3 folders) 

878

Pro-Nixon (2 folders) 

878

Nixon's Speech   

878

Moratorium 

878-879
Box

Agency for International Development (Folder for each month, except Feb., April, May, Sept., and Nov.) (7 folders) 

879

Eastland Woolen Mill, Inc.   

879

Foreign Aid (3 folders)   

879

Foreign Policy (includes Binational Center, Natal, Brazil) 

879-880

Africa   

880

Biafra  (5 folders) 

880

China  (2 folders) 

881

Japan Trip [Interparliamentary Conference] Materials (3 folders) 

881

Ditchley Foundation [Anglo-American Conference]  

881

700 Transportation 

Box

General 

881-882

Federal Railroad Administration   

882

Alaska Railroad   

882

Highway Beautification   

882

Coast Guard (Cases/Projects) 

882

Alley, Vincent [R] 

882

Beliveau, Severin [R] 

882

Derry, Glenn [R] 

882

Bessey, Earle [R] 

882

Buhelt, Jens [R] 

882

Crowley, Millard Jr. [R] 

882

Mason, John [R] 

882

Molina, Roberto [R] 

882

Morse, John [R] 

882

Nield, Donald [R] 

882

Reagan, Thomas [R] 

882

Rush, Roger [R] 

882

Pease, Alan [R] 

882

Visit to Boothbay Harbor   

882

Downey, Peter (1967) [R] 

882

Sumner Thompson [R] 

882

E.R. Wells (1967) [R] 

882

700 Treasury - Customs 

Box

Northeast Soil Services   

882

Michael Michaud, Customs Agent/Houlton [R] 

882

General 

882-883

Bangor International Airport 

883

800 Independent Agencies 

Box

American Civil Liberties Union 

883

Appalachian Regional Planning Commission   

883

Atomic Energy Commission 

883

Better Business Bureau   

884

Civil Aeronautics Board - Youth Faire 

884

Civil Service – Cases : Clappison, Edna M. [R] 

884

Coastal Plains Regional Commission 

884

Equal Employment Opportunity   

884

Federal Communications Commission  (2 folders) 

884

Federal Communications Commission – Television Subscription 

884

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation   

884

Farmers Home Administration   

884

Federal Home Loan Bank Board   

884

Federal Power Commission 

884-885

Federal Reserve System (2 folders) 

885

Federal Trade Commission  (2 folders) 

885

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission 

885

Foundation on the Arts and Humanities   

885

General Accounting Office   

885

International Joint Commission   

885

Interstate Commerce Commission – General   

885

Oxford Paper Company 

885

Maritime Commission   

885

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (4 folders) 

886

National Archives   

886

National Labor Relations Board 

Box

General   

886

Dock Strike   

886

Donald Drusky [R] 

886

John W. Szczesny [R] 

886
Box

National Mediation Board  : B and M Railroad 

886

National Science Foundation  (includes Sea Grant Proposal) 

886

Office of Economic Opportunity 

Box

General (4 folders) 

887

Aroostook   

887

Job Corps 

887

Maine Job Corps Centers Closing (3 folders) 

887

Poland Spring Job Corps 

888

Job Corps Closing – Robo Letters Opposing   

888

Poverty Program 

888

Head Start   

888

Upward Bound   

888

VISTA 

888
Box

Science and Technology   

888

Securities and Exchange Commission 

888

Selective Service  (2 folders) 

888

Small Business Administration 

Box

Pine Tree Legal Aid – Harvey Austin [R] 

888

William Bridgeford [R] 

888

Genier and Ellis, Inc., Frankfort, Maine   

888

Bernard Kiney [R] 

888

James Wintle [R] 

888

Bangor-Brewer Development Corporation/Stanpac Corp. 

888

Grafton-Bondrite Company 

888

Presque Isle Nursing Home 

888

Knox Pier   

888

Sargent Enterprises 

888

Allagash Cedar Co.   

889

Small Business Administration  (3 folders) 

889
Box

Smithsonian Institution 

889

Social Security – General  (2 folders) 

889

Trade Negotiations   

889

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights   

889

U.S. Information Agency   

889

U.S. Tariff Commission 

889

Veterans Administration – General   

889

Miscellaneous Resource Materials 

889

Hearings – Subcommittee on Monopoly Select Committee on Small Business, Part I – Automobile Industry 1969 

889

Other (correspondence, resource and case files 1969) 

Box

100 Joint Committee on Printing 

783

100 Legislation (General) 

791-792

100 Rules and Administration (includes Senate Rules Committee #22) 

793

100 Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs (ESM Cosponsor) 

793

100 Special Committee on Aging (includes S.J. Res. 158, Administration on Aging) 

794-795

100 Ways and Means (General) 

795

100 Miscellaneous (includes Haynesworth nomination, Steering Committee on the Poor People's Campaign) 

796

200 Joint Committee on Reduction of Federal Expenditures   

796

200 Joint Committee on Organization of Congress 

796

200 Joint Committee on Reduction of Federal Expenditures 

796-797

200 Ways and Means – Proposed Surtax 

797

200 Joint Committee on Defense Production   

797

200 Joint Committee on Atomic Energy   

797

200 Dodd Case (3 folders) 

797

300 Select Committee on Small Business (2 folders) 

797

300 Special House Committee to Investigate Adam C. Powell   

797

300 Select Committee on Hunger (2 folders) 

797

300 Select Committee on S.J. Res. 108: Nuclear and Seismic Safety   

797

500 Government Operations – Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations 

797

300 Select Committee on Standards and Conduct [Dodd Case] (2 folders) 

798

300 Select Committee on Technology and the Human Environment 

798

300 Senate Rules   

798

500 Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations - Utility Consumers Council Act [Summary prepared for ESM] 

810

500 Special Committee on Aging : Notebook [Executive Session Feb. 6, 1969] 

827

700 Federal Aviation Administration - General (3 folders) 

861

700 Treasury - IRS General  

882

900 Military Academies (includes regret letters) 

889

Correspondence, Resource and Case Files 1970 

Master Alpha File [incoming correspondence arranged by addressee] 

Box

Aa – Bn (10 folders) [R] 

890

Bo – Cn (8 folders) [R]  

891

Co – Cz (4 folders) [R] 

892

Da – Fn (9 folders) [R] 

893

Fo – Hd [R] 

894

Han – J [R] 

895

Ka – Kh [R] 

895-896

Ki – Maq (8 folders) [R] 

896

McA – Mz (8 folders) [R] 

897

Na – Pz (9 folders) [R] 

898

Q – Sh (9 folders) [R] 

899

Si – U (8 folders) [R] 

900

V – Wh (4 folders) [R] 

901

Wi – Z (3 folders) [R] 

902

Dear Sir Copies 

902

Memo Copies 

902

020 A. Washington Office (Files include constituent services, requests, and public relations and personnel matters) 

Box

Staff Applicants (2 folders) [R] [weeded] 

902

Hill and Staff Patronage [Robo letter lists] [weeded] 

902

Consultants, Speechwriters/Press and Young Lawyers [R] [weeded] 

902

Requests for Help in Getting other Jobs [R] [weeded] 

902

Evening Volunteers 

902

Interns [R] [weeded] 

903
Box

Personnel [R] [weeded] 

903

Condolences 

903

Congressional Record Insert 

903

Congressional Record Mailing List   

903

Get Well   

903

Memos 

903

Office Procedure   

903

Thank You 1970 

903-904

Waterville Office – Marge Hutchinson 

904

Whitelaw, John : Invitations and Appointments 1969-1970 

904

General, January – December (4 folders) 

904

030 General 

Box

A – B (3 folders) 

904

E – F (6 folders) 

905

905-906

H – L (5 folders) 

906

Mc – O (7 folders) 

907

P – S (6 folders) 

908

T – V 

908-909

W – Z (3 folders) 

909

Missing Persons 

909

050 Maine 

Box

Augusta State Hospital [R] 

909

Bangor Hospital   

909

Agriculture   

909

Baxter State Park Authority   

909

Androscoggin River   

909

Bowdoin College (Statistical Report) 

909

Child Support (Anna Moore) [R] 

909

Department of Education (Unity College) 

909

Governor (4 folders) [R] 

910

Water and Air Environmental Improvement Commission (6   folders) 

911

Department of Education (2 folders) [R] 

911

Pollution 

911-912

Department of Economic Development   

912

League of Historical Societies   

912

Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries   

912

Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity   

912

Office of Economic Opportunity – Washington County   

912

General Electric Corporation, Wage Rates 

912

State Park and Recreation Commission, Allagash Wilderness Waterway   

912

Bureau of Corrections   

912

Chandler Nursing   

912

Employment Security Commission [R] 

912

Hinckley School   

913

Bath Iron Works   

913

Forestry   

913

Town of Dixfield   

913

Farmington State College Grant Application   

913

Tall Pines Housing Project   

913

Department of Mental Health and Corrections (includes Bangor and Fort Fairfield) 

913

Department of Veterans Services   

913

Boothbay Harbor   

913

Insurance Department [R] 

913

Industrial Accident Commission [R] 

913

Maine Educational Broadcasting Network   

913

Law Enforcement Planning and Assistance Act   

913

Maine Maritime Academy   

913

State Liquor Commission   

913

Department of Labor – Operation Mainstream 

913

National Guard – Case (McFarland) [R] 

913

New England Governors Conference   

913

Maine Rural Youth Corps (2 folders) 

913

State Highway Commission 

913

Secretary of State   

913

State Department of Personnel [R] 

913

Bureau of Taxation [R] 

913

Department of Fish and Game   

914

State Legislature   

914

State Police   

914

Labor and Industry 

914

Public Utilities Commission 

914

State Sesquicentennial   

914

Unity College   

914

Committee on Aging   

914

Maine Council on Aging  (2 folders) 

914

PINECAP - New Careers   

914

Central Maine Power Company   

914

Searsport Aluminum Plant   

914

Motor Vehicle Division   

914

Department of Motor Vehicles   

914

Parks and Recreation   

914

Real Estate Commission   

914

New England Railroads   

914

Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute 

914

Water Improvement Commission (2 folders) 

915

Vocational Rehabilitation (L. Morin) [R] 

915

University of Maine (2 folders) 

915

International Paper Company   

915

S.D. Warren Paper Mill   

915

WEIC – Prestile Stream   

915

Health and Welfare 

Box

General [R] 

915

Eastport Memorial Hospital 

915

Pineland Hospital [R] 

915

Cases 

Box

Audet, Gary [R] 

915

Boyington, Vernard [R] 

915

Doody Family [R] 

915

Farrell, Joseph A. [R] 

915

Gallant, Aloysius [R] 

915

Gervais, Norman [R] 

915

Gilcott, Stella [R] 

915

Girouard, Virginia [R] 

915

Hamilton, Wayne [R] 

915

Hamm, Ruth [R] 

915

Hewett, Shirley [R] 

915

Hilchey, Susie [R] 

915

Hunt, Ezra [R] 

915

Lancaster, Stephen [R] 

915

Lefebvre, Theodore [R] 

916

Leighton, Catherine [R] 

916

Lemoine, Ethel [R] 

916

Mason, Ansel and Kate [R] 

916

Matteau, Dorothy E. [R] 

916

Mosher, Amy K. [R] 

916

Moulton, Forest [R] 

916

O’Brien, James [R] 

916

Patchell, Elinor [R] 

916

Pinkham, Albert [R] 

916

Pomerleau, Claude [R] 

916

Richard, Yvette [R] 

916

Rooney, William [R] 

916

Smith, Isaac A. [R] 

916

Soulard, Alice [R] 

916

Steward, Dudley [R] 

916

Stoddard, Robert D. [R] 

916

Thibodeau, Blanche [R] 

916

Trial, Peter H. [R] 

916

Wallace, Dorothy [R] 

916

Weymouth, Henrietta [R] 

916

York, Ellis [R] 

916
Box

General [R] January – March (5 folders) 

916

General April – December (10 folders) [R, folder 2 only] 

917

General - Brennan [R] 

918

060 ESM Personal 

Box

Memo re: anonymous letter allegedly from a member of John Mitchell’s staff 

918

Hyde School 

918

Dinner...for All Democratic Senators of 1958 

918

Honoraria 

918

General 

Box

A – G 

918

H – K 

918-919

L – Mc   

919-920

N – Z 

920

100 Agriculture 

Box

General (2 folders) 

921

S. 2203: Consumer Agriculture Food Protection Act   

921

S. 2547: Food Stamp Act   

921

Farm Labor Bill   

921

Hunger   

921

REA 

921

S. 2225: Marketing and Bargaining Act 

921

H.R. 14014: Agriculture Marketing Agreement 

921

S. 2116: Meat and Poultry Inspection 

921

S. 1832: National Timber Supply (2 folders) 

921

100 Appropriations 

Box

General 

921

Agriculture 

921

Dickey-Lincoln   

921

Atomic Energy Commission/Underground Testing 

921

Commerce 

921

Defense (3 folders) 

922

Military Procurement Act/Mansfield Amendment (ESM cosponsor) 

922

Farmers Home Appropriations Act 

922

Foreign Assistance   

922

Independent Agencies   

922

Interior and Insular Affairs   

922

Older Americans Act 

922

H.R. 17399: 1970 Second Supplemental 

922

H.R. 16311: Welfare Reform 

922

Labor and HEW – S.J. Res. 163: Full Funding of Education Programs   

922

ESM Amendment on Budget Ceiling 

923

Labor and Public Welfare   

923

Public Works 

923

HEW [Health, Education and Welfare] - H.R. 15931: Replacement for Vetoed H.R. 13111 

923

HEW [Health, Education and Welfare] - Funding Veto (2 folders) 

924

Labor-HEW (2 folders) 

924

Supersonic Transport/Robo Letters (4 folders) 

924

Supersonic Transport (includes Robo Letters) 

924-925

100 Armed Services 

Box

General (2 folders) 

925

Aid to Israel Amendment   

925

C-5A   

925

Coast Guard Reserve   

925

S. 3131: Detoxification and Destruction of Chemical Warfare Weapons   

925

Military Authorization   

925

H.R. 11265: Naval Aviation Midshipmen Retirement Status   

925

Military Procurement (3 folders) 

925

Military Pensions 

925

H.R. 18025: National Service Act 

926

DD-963: Statement with Backup Material (Department of Defense: Contract: Protest of Bath Iron Works Corporation against award of DD-963 to Litton Industries, Inc.) (4 folders) 

925-926

S. 364: Pay Equalization Bill   

926

Retirement   

926

Selective Service System (Draft) (includes ESM Misquote robo) 

926-927

Volunteer Army   

927

Conference on the War (Amendment 609 – McGovern-Hatfield) 

927

S. 2949: Dow Air Force Base 

927

100 Commerce 

Box

General   

927

S. 3108: Airport and Airways Development Act   

927

S. 2004: Broadcast License 

927, 929

Cigarette Advertising   

927

S. 2802: Coastal Zone Management Programs   

927

S. 335: Endangered Species of Fish and Wildlife   

927

S. 3108: Federal Aviation Act  

927

S. 2236: Federal Insurance Guaranty Corporation   

928

S. 1917: Federal-state Communication Joint Board Act 

928

S. 3596: Humane Seal Protection Act   

928

Humane Treatment 

928

S. 1653: Interstate Commerce (Foreign)   

928

Interstate and Foreign Commerce   

928

S. 1232 and S. 1401: Fish and Wildlife Regulation 

928

S. 1151: Marine Fish Resources 

928

Maritime Authorization Bill 

929

Maritime Merchant Marine   

929

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Environmental Protection Agency  

929

Obscene Movies   

929

H.R. 13300: Railroad Retirement (2 folders) 

929

S. 1933: Railroad Safety Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

929

Wholesome Fish Act 

929

100 Finance 

Box

General 

929-930

Bankruptcy   

930

S. 3822: Credit Union Insurance   

930

H.R. 14705: Employment Security Commission   

930

S. 500: Farming Amendments 1969 

930

Family Assistance Plan   

930

Footwear Imports 

930

Import Quota 

931

Income Tax 

931

Inflation 

931-932

Internal Revenue Bond   

932

Oil Depletion 

932, 935

Social Security Act (includes Medicare, Special Indian Program) 

932-933

Veterans (includes S. 2658 - pensions) 

933-934

Tax Reform 

Box

Correspondence 

933-934

Robo and Materials (3 folders) 

934

Tax Surcharge and Tax Reform 

934

Tax Surcharge Overseas 

934
Box

Welfare Reform 

934

S. 2540: Import Quota Bill 

934-935

100 Foreign Relations 

Box

General  (4 folders) 

936

S. Res. 243: American Prisoners of War 

936

Cooper-Church Amendment   

936

S. Res. 211: Strategic Arms Control (ESM Cosponsor)   

936

S. 953: Department of Peace   

936

13th Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Meeting   

936

S. Res. 405   

936

General Protocol   

936

S. Con. Res. 74: Southeast Asia, Con Son Prison 

936

S. 2847: Bill to Amend the Foreign Assistance Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

936

S. Res. 202: NATO   

936

Middle East   

936

Seabeds Treaty   

936

Vietnam Land Reforms   

936

100 Interior and Insular Affairs 

Box

General   

937

Public Land Withdrawals   

937

S. 2893: Curtail Destruction of Archaeological Sites (ESM Cosponsor)   

937

S. 1075: Investigate Ecological Systems   

937

S. 3358: Wild Horses   

937

H.R. 471: Taos Indian Land Act   

937

S. 3135: Bureau of Indians 

937

100 Judiciary 

Box

Antitrust   

938

Civil Rights   

938

Corrupt Practices 

938

Crime Control Bill   

938

District of Columbia Revenue Bill 

938

General (3 folders) 

938

S. 1290: College Benefit System   

938

S. 30: Organized Crime Control Act of 1970   

938

S. 4247: Bankruptcy Act   

938

S. 543: Copyright Legislation 1969-1970 

938

S.J. Res. 1: Direct Election of President and Vice President   

938

Electoral College (2 folders) 

939

Electoral Reform   

939

Equal Rights for Women (3 folders) 

939

S. 1026: Federal Jury Selection Act 

939

S. 1520: Failing Newspaper Act 

939

Gun Control   

940

Immigration and Naturalization – California Grape Pickers   

940

Juvenile Delinquency   

940

Law Enforcement Assistance Act 

940

Lowering Voting Age (2 folders) 

940

Monday Holidays Bill 

940

National Holidays   

940

S. 12: Internal Security Act 

940

S. 1694: Immigration and Naturalization (ESM Cosponsor)   

940

S. 3171: Law Enforcement Act   

940

S.J. Res. 14: Commemorate Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

940

S.J. Res. 5: Joint Committee to Investigate Crime (ESM Cosponsor)   

940

Payment of Annuities to Widows of Judges   

941

S. 1077: Obscene Literature   

941

S. 3117: Military Justice System (ESM Cosponsor)   

941

S.J. Res. 134: National Adult - Youth Communications Week (ESM Cosponsor) 

941

School Prayer   

941

Supreme Court 

Box

General 

941

Correspondence/Douglas Impeachment 

941

Judge Blackmun   

941

Appointment/G. Harrold Carswell 

942

Robo Letters/Douglas Impeachment 

943

Private Bills 

Box

Der Simonian – S. 1128 (1963-1967) [R] 

942

Mrs. Perouze D. Tetunian – S. 1533 (1964-1965) [R] 

942

Simone (1963-1965) [R] 

942

Yvonne Davis – S. 757 (1967-1969) [R] 

942

Cita Rita Leola/Nes – S. 107 (1966-1968) [R] 

942

Dr. Carlos Moran – H.R. 2854 (1969) [R] 

942

Jimmi Quai (1961-1963) [R] 

942

Lee Kean Wong – S. 1274 (1963-1966) [R] 

942

David B. Glidden – H.R. 5552 (1966) [R] 

942

Ines Maria Fonesca Litto – S. 1127 (1965-1966) [R] 

942

Gun Wa Mok – S. 2586 (1969-1970) [R] 

942

Yu Chan – S. 2587 (1969-1971) [R] 

943

Yuen Fung – S. 2588 (1969-1971) [R] 

943

Shi Choy Chan – S. 2589 (1969-1971) [R] 

943

Waclaw Janusz Rzeszotarski – S. 3040 [R] 

943
Box

Voting Rights Act (2 folders) 

942

Haynsworth Material (3 folders) 

943

Immigration and Naturalization 

Box

Jerzy Kosmala (1968-1970) [R] 

943

Dorothy G. Moore – S. 1113 (1969) [R] 

943

Dorothy Moore Private Bill [R] 

943
Box

No-knock Legislation   

944

District of Columbia Crime Bill 

940, 943-944

Carswell Nomination 

942, 944

100 Labor and Public Welfare 

Health 

Box

General  (2 folders) 

945

Alcoholism Care and Control Act (S. 1997 ESM cosponsored and S. 3835 ESM introduced) 

945

American Printing House for the Blind 

945

S. 88: Artificial Organs (ESM Cosponsored) 

945

Catastrophic Illness Protection Plan – Correspondence   

945

S. 355: Coal Miners Health and Safety Act   

945

S. 2264: Communicable Disease Act   

945

S. 2608: Comprehensive Narcotic Addiction and Drug Abuse Care and Control Act (4 folders) 

945

Drug Abuse and Control Act   

946

S. 3355: Health Services Improvement Act   

946

Heart Disease, Cancer, Stroke, and Kidney   

946

S. 3216: Lead Paint Poisoning Act   

946

Maine Medical Center   

946

H.R. 11102: Medical Facilities Construction Act   

946

S. 2523: Mental Health   

946

S. 2482: National Kidney Disease Act   

946

S. 2913: Occupational Safety and Health Act  (2 folders) 

947

S. 3150: Public Health Service Act Amendment 

947

Education 

Box

General  (2 folders) 

947

Adult Education 1969-  

947

S. 1591: American Folklife Foundation   

947

S. 428: Bilingual Education Act – ESM Amendment   

947

Campus Unrest (2 folders) 

947

Campus Unrest (2 folders) 

948

S. 1033: Comprehensive Community College Act   

948

Desegregation in Schools 

948

H.R. 14252: Drug Education Bill   

948

S. 1663 and H.R. 514: Elementary and Secondary Education Amendment (3 folders) 

948

Youth Participation 

948

Welfare 

Box

General 

948-949

S. 2461: Blind Persons to Operate Vending Stands (ESM Cosponsored) 

949

S. 2846: Developmental Disabilities Services and Facilities Construction Act   

949

Family Planning   

949

H.R. 419: Humane Animal Treatment   

949

S.J. Res. 89: International Biological Program   

949

S. 1291: Legal Services for the Poor Act (ESM Cosponsored) 

949

S. 2108: National Center for Population and Family Planning (3 folders) 

949

Veterans 

949

S. 1959 and S. 1960: Welfare System Reforms (ESM Cosponsor) 

949

Labor 

Box

General 

949

S. 3867: Employment and Training Opportunities (2 folders) 

950

S. 1369: Labor-management Administration   

950

S. 2838: Manpower Training Act (ESM Cosponsor) 

950

S. 8: National Labor Relations Act 

950

S. 3604: Older Americans Community Service Employment   

950

S. 1076: Youth Conservation Corps (ESM Cosponsor) 

950

100 Post Office and Civil Service 

Box

General   

950

Civil Service Health Benefits 

950

Civil Service Retirement Act   

951

H.R. 13000: Federal Salary Comparability Act   

951

Pornography   

951

S. 309: Postal Employee Labor-management   

951

Postal Pay Increase   

951

S. 3842: Postal Reform Materials 

951-952

H.R. 15098: Postal Wage Survey   

952

200 Joint Committee on… 

Box

Reduction of Federal Expenditures (2 folders) 

952

Atomic Energy 

952

Environment 

952

Equal Educational Opportunities 

952

Ethics and Conduct 

952

Nutrition 

952

Small Business 

952

Agriculture 

952

Finance 

952

Foreign Relations 

952

Government Operations   

952

Hunger   

952

Judiciary   

952

Banking and Currency   

952

Rules and Administration   

952

Science and Aeronautics 

952

Post Office and Civil Service   

953

Merchant Marine and Fisheries   

953

Interstate and Foreign Commerce   

953

Interior and Insular Affairs   

953

Education and Labor   

953

Veterans Affairs 

953

500 Banking and Currency 

Box

General 

953-954

General Correspondence 

954-955

S. 3302: Defense Production Act   

955

Full Disclosure Act   

955

S. 3941: Lead Paint Poisoning Penalties Act 

955

FBDIC Correspondence  

955

H.R. 15073: Federal Deposit Insurance Act   

956

Low Income Housing/ Brooke Amendment   

956

S. 1754: Consumer Credit Insurance   

956

S. 336: Regulation and Ceiling under the Securities Act   

956

H.R. 2: Credit Unions, Materials and Robo   

956

Export Bank 

956

One Bank Holding Committee, Correspondence (3 folders) 

956

Export Control 

956

S. 823: Fair Credit Reporting Act   

957

Migrant Farm Workers/1970 Housing Bill 

957

S. 3639: Mortgage Credit Act 

957

One Bank Holding Committee Materials (4 folders) 

957

Housing 

957-958

[Broker-Dealer Insurance]   

958

Export Administration Act   

958

H.R. 6778: One Bank Holding 

958-959

S. 4316: Small Business Administration 

959

S. 3678: Swiss Bank 

959

S. 3822: Share Insurance Bill   

959

Timber Cutting 

959

S. 3640 (ESM Cosponsor): Urban Growth and New Community Development Act   

959

S. 2864: HUD Act/Housing Bill 

959-961

S. 2348: Federal Broker-dealer Insurance Corporation (FBDIC) 

960-961

FBDIC/FBDU Materials   

960

Investment Credit 

961

Interest Rates   

961

S. 2696: International Finance Committee  (2 folders) 

961

Lapin Controversy 

961

S. 3643: Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Fund   

961

S. 3154: Mass Transportation Assistance Act 

961

Middle Income Mortgage Credit Act/Federal Reserve 

961

New Towns  (2 folders) 

962

Operation Breakthrough   

962

S. 3775: Veterans Housing Facilities Act   

962

S. 721: Unsolicited Credit Cards   

962

Unsolicited Credit Cards (Hearing) 

962

Wilker Amendment   

962

Federal Minority Enterprise Program (Hearing)   

962

Credit in Low-income Areas (Hearings)   

962

500 Government Operations 

Box

Public Works   

962

Ways and Means 

962

S. 5: Full Opportunity Act (1969) 

963

S. 607: [Utility Consumers Council Act] – Hearings 

963

S. 836: National Foundation for the Social Sciences 1967 

963

S. 1285: National Economic Conversion Act   

963

Tocks Island 

963

Noise Pollution (1969) 

963

S. Res. 78: Technology and Human Environment (3 folders) 

963

S. 1707: Commission on Government Procurement 1969 

963

S. 860: Department of Consumer Affairs (ESM Cosponsor) 

963-964

Clinton Township, Michigan 

964

General 

964-965

H.R. 13737: Administration Services Act 

965

Joint Committee on Technology 

965

Population Explosion Crisis 

965

S. 3677: Environmental Quality Administration (ESM Bill) 

965

Subcommittee on Investigations   

965

S. 1: Uniform Relocation and Assistance Act   

965

IGR (budget, personnel, memos) 

965

S. 3067 

965

500 Intergovernmental Relations 

ACIR   

Box

Agenda April 3-4, 1970 

966

Agenda, 37th Meeting (2 folders) Sept. 11, 1970 

966

The Gap Between Federal Aid Authorizations and Appropriations Fiscal Years 1966-1970 (ACIR Report) 

966

State and Local Capital Facility Financing (ACIR Draft) 1970 

966

State and Local Capital Facility Financing (ACIR Draft) 1970   

967

Eleventh Annual Report, January 31, 1970 

967
Box

General Materials  (2 folders) 

967

S. 3228: Balanced Urbanization Policy and Planning Act   

967

National Foundation of Social Services 

967

S. 3228: Urban Growth and New Community Development Act 

967

General Correspondence (2 folders) 

967

Nader, Property Tax Question 

967

S. 1364   

967

H.R. 13217: ACIR BUPPA [Balanced Urbanization Policy and Planning Act] Bill 

967

[S. 1:] Uniform Relocation Assistance   

967

S. 60: Catalog Federal Assistance Programs   

967

S. 1285: National Economic Conversion Commission   

967

H.R. 35: National Institutional Grants Program  

967

S. 740: Interagency Mexican-American Affairs   

968

S. 11: Intergovernmental Personnel Act (2 folders) 

968

S. 607: Utility Consumers Council Act (3 folders) 

968

Briefing book on hearings for S. 2752: Intergovernmental Power Coordination and Environmental Protection Act (2 folders) 

968

500 Public Works 

Box

Air and Water Pollution 

973-974, 977

Air Pollution 

977, 979

Atomic Energy Commission   

979

Camille (Hurricane) (2 folders) 

974

Central and Southern Florida Project (Muskie Amendment) 

974

District of Columbia Highways   

974

Earth Day (Correspondence) 

974

Environment 

970-971

Environmental Control Administration   

976

Environmental Pollution (4 folders) 

972

Environmental Quality  (4 folders) 

970

Gofman-Tamplin Controversy 

976

H.R. 1083: Davis-Bacon Act   

969

H.R. 14741: Drivers Education 

969

H.R. 14944: Federal Aid Highway Act 

975

Highway Safety   

975

Hilton Head 

976

Industrial Pollution   

969

Machias Hearings   

975

Materials  (5 folders) 

980

Miscellaneous 

969, 971

National Air Quality Standards Act  (2 folders) 

975

New England Regional Commission   

976

Oil Pollution   

975, 977

Pesticides   

975

Phosphates/detergents 

976

Piscataway Bay Sewage Treatment Plant   

975

Pollution/General 

980-981

Population and Pollution (Robo)   

975

Power Plants   

976

Prestile Stream Correspondence   

976

Products Composition Legislation   

974

Ralph Nader (2 folders) 

976

Rivers and Harbors   

976

Robo Letters – Kezar Lake   

969

Rocky Flats   

976

S. 1075: Conference Report Material 12/20/69 (2 folders) 

981

S. 1075: Council on Environmental Quality 

971

S. 1685: Disaster Relief   

978

S. 2005: Resource Recovery Act of 1969 (ESM Introduced)   

978

S. 2005: Resource Recovery Act   

976

S. 2391: Environmental Quality Act   

977

S. 2393: Marine Resources Preservation Act   

978

S. 2802: Coastal Zone Management   

976

S. 3042: Underground Nuclear Testing (ESM Cosponsor, includes hearings) 

976, 978-979

S. 3072: Air Quality Act 

974

S. 3093: Marine Sanctuaries 

976

S. 3181: (Proxmire) Water Pollution 

977

S. 3229: Noise Pollution Abatement   

976

S. 3253: Executive Protection Service   

969

S. 3410: Muskie-Baker Bill 

976

S. 3456: Clean Air Act (ESM Introduced) 

974

S. 3619: Omnibus Disaster Assistance Act 

975

S. 4141: Radiation Standards   

976

S. 7: Water Quality Improvement Act (Cramer)   

977-978

Santa Barbara 

976

Solid Waste Disposal  (2 folders) 

976, 979

Special Subcommittee on Disaster Relief 

969

Steam Car   

976

Thermal Pollution Correspondence   

976

Tocks Island 

969

Water Pollution 

972

Water Quality Improvement Act 

976-977

West Front of the Capitol 

969

White House Picketing   

977

600/PR  Public Relations (Correspondence to Press Secretary) 

Box

January (2 folders) 

981

February 

981-982

March   

982-983

April – July 

983

August   

983-984

September – October 

984

November 

984-985

December 

985

700 Agriculture 

Box

Soil and Water Conservation   

985

Dairy   

985

General  (3 folders) 

985

Subsidy Payments   

986

Multiservice Center   

986

Farmers Home Administration - General 

986

Farmers Home Administration - Cases 

Box

Alley, E. Bruce [R] 

986

Bishop, James [R] 

986

Caron, Roger [R] 

986

Chaplin, Robert [R] 

986

Chase, Kathryn D. [R] 

986

Cloutier, Treffle [R] 

986

Knowlton, Arnold [R] 

986

McCabe, John [R] 

986

Moore, Francis [R] 

986

Nadeau, Norman T. [R] 

986

Pelletier, Willard [R] 

986

Roy, Richard [R] 

986

St. Pierre, Fred K. [R] 

986

Smith, Clarence [R] 

986

Thompson, LeRoy [R] 

986

Walker, Robert [R] 

986

Whitmore, Robert [R] 

986

Worth, Eugene [R] 

986
Box

National Park Service, Mineral King Valley 

986

Resource Conservation and Development Project, Washington and Hancock County 

986

Forest Service, Indian Creek Watershed Project   

986

Rural Electrification Area   

986

Feed Grain   

986

DDT - Pesticides   

986

Soil and Water Conservation (H. Eastman) 

986

700 Commerce 

Box

1969 Guide to Foreign Trade Statistics   

988

1970 Census (2 folders) 

986

Aroostook 

987

Census Bureau – Census Takers 

986

Danforth (1967) 

987

Deer Isle Granite Corp. (1967-1969) 

987

Economic Development Administration 

986

General 

987-988

Maritime Administration – General   

988

New England Regional Commission   

986

Oceanography 

988

Patent Office 

988

Prestile   

988

Van Buren Potato Processing (1967-1968) 

987

Washington County (1967-1968) 

987

Wiscasset (1968) 

987

York County (includes Regional Planning Commission and York County: "As Maine Goes" 

987-988

700 Defense 

Box

Apollo Project 

988

General 

988-989

POWs  (2 folders) 

989

Chemical-Biological Warfare   

989

M-16, Maremont Corporation 

989

Military Spending   

989

National Guard – General 

989

Defense Liaison Cases (includes Rowe, Albion [R] and Matson, Robert W. [R]) 

990

Secretary   

990

Anti-ballistic Missile System (3 folders) 

990

MIRV  (2 folders) 

990

Air Force (includes Allagash Wilderness Waterway) 

990

Civil Defense   

990

Army - Discontinuance of Tuition Assistance Program 

990

Army - My Lai Incident 

990-991

Army Corps of Engineers 

Box

Kennebec River Dredging Project 

991

Kennebunk Beach   

991

Searsport   

991

Machias River Project   

991

Marin County, California: Corte Madera, Tamalpais Creeks 

991

Victory Bog, Vermont 1969-1970 

991

Welch Point, Maryland (Proposed Park) 

991

Wells Beach, Maine 

991

Navy 

Box

U.S.S. Canberra 

Congressional Liaison 

Guam 

Consolidation 

General 

700/715 Defense (Projects, 1967-1970) 

Box

Army (includes nerve gas) 

992

Army Corps of Engineers 

Box

General 

992

Back Cove, Portland   

992

Blue Hill Harbor   

992

Daniel Peisch [R] 

992

Dickey-Lincoln (2 folders) 

992

Belfast, 1967 (2 folders) 

992-993

Camden 

993

700 Defense (Cases) 

Certificate of Service 

Box

Blackwood, Danny L. [R] 

993

Colbeth, Mrs. Migdalena [R] 

993

Fecteau, Jerome J. [R] 

993

Gardner, Clara L. [R] 

993

McIntire, David D. [R] 

993

Wedge, Raymond [R] 

993

Air Force Liaison 

Box

General [R] 

993

Alexander, Clayton C., Jr. [R] 

993

Ambrose, John Harvey [R] 

993

Andrei, Gilberto [R] 

993

Armour, Louis [R] 

993

Averill, Bertrum C. [R] 

993

Bacon, Kenneth R. [R] 

993

Bair, William F. [R] 

993

Beaudet, Richard A. [R] 

993

Benson, Ronald C. [R] 

993

Bonnerie, Russell [R] 

993

Bradfield, Richard H. [R] 

993

Brush, Kenneth C. [R] 

993

Budge, Kenneth C. [R] 

993

Call, John P. [R] 

993

Carson, Edward [R] 

993

Carter, Carl M. [R] 

993

Castillo, Mel [R] 

993

Chadbourne, Richard [R] 

993

Connors, Thomas J. [R] 

993

Cropley, Eugene S. [R] 

993

Corthell, Norman D. [R] 

993

Cushman, Malcolm E. [R] 

993

Davis, Norman F. [R] 

993

Deering, Roger L., Jr. [R] 

993

Delong, Donald H. [R] 

993

Dube, Rene [R] 

993

Egbert, Robert [R] 

993

Eighmey, Duane A. [R] 

993

Gagne, Michael [R] 

993

Gonder [R] 

993

Gorda, Bernard L. [R] 

993

Gumprecht, Neil A. [R] 

993

Hallidy, Hugh [R] 

993

Haskell, Larry E. [R] 

993

Henner, Donald L. [R] 

993

Hoilman, Charles W., Jr. [R] 

993

Horton, Irving G. [R] 

994

Howe, Robert S. [R] 

994

Jackson, Lt. Col. Oliver N. [R] 

994

Jaeger [R] 

994

Jordan, Warner J. [R] 

994

Knox, Ronald E. [R] 

994

Lang Vei Incident (Lyford) [R] 

994

Lewia, Kathleen [R] 

994

Limrick, Merle [R] 

994

Lebel, Albert [R] 

994

Loomis, Robert A. [R] 

994

Loring AFB, Maine   

994

Manson, Paul B. [R] 

994

Martin, Patrick James [R] 

994

Merrill, Clinton[R] 

994

Miceli, Joseph M. [R] 

994

Mendenhall, James D. [R] 

994

Miyaji, Roger W. [R] 

994

Morgan, John [R] 

994

Nile, Richard [R] 

994

Newton, Donald G., Jr. [R] 

994

Osborne, Mitchel L. [R] 

994

Paradis, Roger [R] 

994

Person, Robert [R] 

994

Pike, Garnett A. -  Bird Research [R] 

994

Plummer, Willard [R] 

994

Pomerleau, James C. [R] 

994

Priebe, Frederick [R] 

994

Quinn, Thomas J. [R] 

994

Rhodes, Lincoln E. [R] 

994

Rice, Glenn P. [R] 

994

Rodenhiser, Carl [R] 

994

Roy, Richard [R] 

994

Schlomann, Harold A. [R] 

994

Trembley, John [R] 

994

Veilleux, Joseph [R] 

994

Wakefield, Stanley [R] 

994

Wemyss, George S. [R] 

994

Wing, George B. [R] 

994

 Army Liaison 

Box

General  (2 folders) [R] 

994

Abercrombie, Jack [R] 

994

Abraham, Thomas [R] 

994

Allemeyer, Edward [R] 

994

Alley, Kenneth [R] 

995

Anderson, Anthony C. [R] 

995

Anderson, Harold J. [R] 

995

Anderson, William T. [R] 

995

Armstrong, Edmund F. [R] 

995

Babin, Rodney [R] 

995

Bailey, Fannye M. [R] 

995

Bailey, Wayne [R] 

995

Baird, Paul E. [R] 

995

Barnes, Robert A. [R] 

995

Bartlett, Bernice [R] 

995

Beal, Jackie Lee [R] 

995

Beaulieu, John E. [R] 

995

Berger, Robert P. [R] 

995

Bergeron [R] 

995

Bergmann, Paul [R] 

995

Bernheisel, Steven L. [R] 

995

Bigley, Daniel A. [R] 

995

Bloodworth, LeRoy [R] 

995

Boardman [R] 

995

Boivan, Donald J. [R] 

995

Bower, Richard F. [R] 

995

Brasaemle, John C. [R] 

995

Brewster, Frederick [R] 

995

Bubar, Jeffrey [R] 

995

Burchett, Johnnie N. [R] 

995

Burr, Peter H. [R] 

995

Buxton, Anthony [R] 

995

Campbell, Edward T. [R] 

995

Caron, K. [R] 

995

Chapman, Charles [R] 

995

Chase, Richard W. [R] 

995

Chase, Thomas [R] 

995

Chesley, Bruce [R] 

995

Chouinard, Lee [R] 

995

Clarke, Blaine M. [R] 

995

Coburn, William [R] 

995

Colby, Steven [R] 

995

Collamore, Wayne [R] 

995

Collins, Timothy J. [R] 

995

Comer, Timothy [R] 

995

Costello, Daniel [R] 

995

Cota, Raymond J., Jr. [R] 

995

Coughlin, James B. [R] 

995

Counts, Robert L. [R] 

995

Cronin, Timothy P. [R] 

995

Cyr, James G. [R] 

995

Daigle, Chanel [R] 

995

Daigle, Norman [R] 

995

Davis [R] 

995

Dearborn, Gregory [R] 

995

Desjardins, Maurice B. [R] 

995

Dionne, Roland A. [R] 

995

Dippel, John V.H. [R] 

995

Fort Dix [R] 

995

Dodd, George [R] 

996

Dooling, Bradley [R] 

996

Downing, Davis A. [R] 

996

Dubois, Rosaire [R] 

996

Dubord, William P. [R] 

996

Dunham, David W. [R] 

996

Eby, Carol E. [R] 

996

Ellinger, Victor L. [R] 

996

Elliott, Dave [R] 

996

Ellis, William W. [R] 

996

Emery, Ralph M. [R] 

996

Erikson, Lt. Gordon [R] 

996

Farr, Robert [R] 

996

Fecteau, Paul G. [R] 

996

Forney, Phoebe [R] 

996

Forsyth, Gerald A. [R] 

996

Fort Devens Army Hospital [R] 

996

Fort Jackson Stockade [R] 

996

Fought, Donald [R] 

996

Fournier, Albert Jr. [R] 

996

Fraser, John [R] 

996

Frederick, David E. [R] 

996

Gallant, Richard W. [R] 

996

Gaskins, Leonard C. [R] 

996

Gaudet, Jean [R] 

996

Gavazza, Louis J. [R] 

996

George, Nimer C. [R] 

996

Gervais, Martin J. [R] 

996

Gilbert, Sharon [R] 

996

Gile, Keith B. [R] 

996

Gonya, Richard [R] 

996

Good, Peter [R] 

996

Goodwin, William T. [R] 

996

Gosselin, Daniel A. [R] 

996

Graham, Patrick [R] 

996

Guertin, Ronald [R] 

996

Guillemette, Ronald [R] 

996

Gustavson, Harold [R] 

996

Haig, Charles E. [R] 

996

Haley, Eugene S. [R] 

996

Hall, John E. [R] 

996

Hall, Robert Eric [R] 

996

Hamblen, Terry L. [R] 

996

Hamilton, James L. [R] 

996

Hardison, Hiawatha [R] 

996

Harriman, Wayne [R] 

996

Hartmann, Vincent [R] 

996

Hatt, Dennis L. [R] 

996

Healey, John F. [R] 

996

Henderson, Stephen L. [R] 

996

Hill, Leo J. [R] 

996

Hobson, Julius Jr. [R] 

996

Jordan, Robert [R] 

996

Karczewski, Colonel [R] 

996

Kashadorian, Richard [R] 

996

Kelley, Gary [R] 

996

Kelsey, Harry [R] 

996

Kenyon, Wesley [R] 

996

Kerry, John [R] 

996

Knapp, Harleigh [R] 

997

Kneeland, Lory C. [R] 

997

Knowlton, Rosalie [R] 

997

Koornick, Alan R. [R] 

997

Kydd, Richard [R] 

997

LaChance, Frederick [R] 

997

Larrivee, Eugene J. [R] 

997

LaVallee, Michael P. [R] 

997

Lake, Albert [R] 

997

Lake, Ernest N., Jr. [R] 

997

Landry, Gracia [R] 

997

Lane, Donald E. [R] 

997

Letourneau, Joseph A. [R] 

997

Lewallen, Darrell C. [R] 

997

L’Heureux, Leo [R] 

997

Leclair, John C. [R] 

997

Levine, Isidore I. [R] 

997

Libby, Marshall [R] 

997

Lolar, Graden [R] 

997

Lombard, Darrell C. [R] 

997

Harriman, Wayne [R] 

997

Lucchi, Alvin [R] 

997

Lytle, William J. [R] 

997

Hofer, William [R] 

997

Hoffman, Robert A. [R] 

997

Holmes, Dennis L. [R] 

997

Howes, Frank [R] 

997

Hutchinson, Laurier F., Jr. [R] 

997

Imsdahl, John [R] 

997

Jackson, Allen Edwin [R] 

997

Jackson, Philip R. [R] 

997

Johnson, Peter C. [R] 

997

Johnston, Mrs. William S. [R] 

997

Jones, Thomas [R] 

997

Jordan, Richard [R] 

997

MacVane, Arthur [R] 

997

McCoubrey, Charles [R] 

997

McEachern, John [R] 

997

McFarland, Jennie [R] 

997

McLaughlin, Francis Jr. [R] 

997

Macisso, David V. [R] 

997

Mackin, Charles [R] 

997

Marquis, Joseph A. [R] 

997

Marsh, John H. [R] 

997

Marston, John E. [R] 

997

Mencia, Manuel B. [R] 

997

Meserve, David [R] 

997

Michaud, Berthier [R] 

997

Michaud, Gene F. [R] 

997

Milliken, Bruce [R] 

997

Mitchell, Edward [R] 

997

Monroe, James Y. [R] 

997

Moore, Gary W. [R] 

997

Morehead, Bobby [R] 

997

Morgan, Bennett T., Jr. [R] 

997

Morris, Walter M. [R] 

998

Munster, Robert [R] 

998

Mountfort, Keith [R] 

998

Mouton, Robert B. [R] 

998

Moyer, Allen M. [R] 

998

Mozjesik, Joseph Anthony [R] 

998

Nadeau, William O. [R] 

998

Nelson, James H., Jr. [R] 

998

Newell, Winfield [R] 

998

Nicoll, Gordon [R] 

998

Nott, Samuel L. [R] 

998

Ott, Arthur M., Jr. [R] 

998

Ott, Diane E. [R] 

998

Paige, Robert [R] 

998

Palmer, Wallace [R] 

998

Paradis, Leonard [R] 

998

Parker, David S. [R] 

998

Pelletier, Norman [R] 

998

Pelletier, Roland Jr. [R] 

998

Pelletier, Vernon [R] 

998

Petke, James Anthony [R] 

998

Pinkham, Adelbert [R] 

998

Pitman, Jon [R] 

998

Plowman, Daniel [R] 

998

Poirier, Richard P. [R] 

998

Poland, Charles E. [R] 

998

Pooler, Henry L., Jr. [R] 

998

Pratt, Larry E. [R] 

998

Pride, Thomas H., Jr. [R] 

998

Pulsifer, Raymond E. [R] 

998

Pushard, Melvin [R] 

998

Radbill, Michael [R] 

998

Reed, Robert [R] 

998

Remington, Daniel B. [R] 

998

Ridenhour, Ron [R] 

998

Riley, James and Griffin, Walter [R] 

998

Rioux, David [R] 

998

Rohrbacher, Robert [R] 

998

Ronan, William J., Jr. [R] 

998

Rowell, Bert H., Jr. [R] 

998

Roy, Gary J. [R] 

998

Roy, Michael P. [R] 

998

Ryerson, Richy [R] 

998

Saindon, Richard R. [R] 

998

Sakarias, Michael [R] 

998

Satalino, Dwight E. [R] 

998

Schaeffer, Emil [R] 

998

Schoenborn, Douglas [R] 

998

Self, Gordon [R] 

998

Shaner, Charles [R] 

998

Shaw, Wallace A., III [R] 

998

Shockley, Terry [R] 

998

Simonena, Michael R. [R] 

998

Smith, Douglas [R] 

998

Smith, Fred [R] 

998

Smith, James [R] 

998

Smith, Larry P. [R] 

998

Smith, Michael E. [R] 

998

Smith, Michael [R] 

998

Smith, Thomas A. [R] 

998

Smyth, Jerry Norman [R] 

998

Spaulding, Frank H. [R] 

998

Spiller, Lee [R] 

998

St. Jean, Peter James [R] 

998

Stafford, Wyatt [R] 

998

Steffy, D. Michael [R] 

999

Stevens [R] 

999

Stoodley, Robert Paul, Jr. [R] 

999

Struble, Mrs. John C. [R] 

999

Sturtevant, Albert D. [R] 

999

Sullivan, Viola M. [R] 

999

Sveska, Ralph E. [R] 

999

Thibodeau, Norman L. [R] 

999

Thomas, John [R] 

999

Thompson, Carl [R] 

999

Thorne, Gary F. [R] 

999

Tikkanen, Robert [R] 

999

Tolman, Andrews L. [R] 

999

Towne, John P. [R] 

999

Trepanier, Ronald E. [R] 

999

Turcotte, Andre R. [R] 

999

Ulmer, Donald [R] 

999

Vanier, David E. [R] 

999

Vertz, Karl [R] 

999

Vigue, Ronald L. [R] 

999

Voisine, Patrick J. [R] 

999

Wade, William E. [R] 

999

Walker, Johny [R] 

999

Walton, William R., Jr. [R] 

999

Warner, Paul F. [R] 

999

Watson, George M., Jr. [R] 

999

White, Albert [R] 

999

Whittier, William [R] 

999

Willett, Mark G. [R] 

999

Willette, Richard [R] 

999

Wills, James F. [R] 

999

Wilson, Florence [R] 

999

Wing, David [R] 

999

Woodbury, James R. [R] 

999

Woodman, Kirtland, Jr. [R] 

999

Woodhouse, Peter A. [R] 

999

Woolard, James H. [R] 

999

Wright, Rufus [R] 

999

Yarrington, Paul S. [R] 

999

Zoll, James G. [R] 

999

Marine Corps Liaison 

Box

Albee, Stephen [R] 

999

Allen, Denzil [R] 

999

Bard, Rowan Jr. [R] 

999

Buskey, Edward E., Jr. [R] 

999

Camp Pendleton [R] 

999

Harvey and Daniels Case [R] 

999

Chavarie, Norman J. [R] 

999

Clark, Rodney C. [R] 

999

Coburn, Charles [R] 

999

Curran, Daniel [R] 

999

Edwards, Larry D. [R] 

999

Elkins, Roland N. [R] 

999

Emery, Bernard [R] 

999

Ficker, Donald [R] 

999

Foley, Martin A. [R] 

999

Goulet, Renald R. [R] 

999

Huntley, Claud I. [R] 

999

Jandreau, Clifford [R] 

999

LaChance, Joseph [R] 

999

Lane, John Amos [R] 

999

Mullins, W.A. [R] 

1000

Ouellette, Roderick J. [R] 

1000

Perry, Joseph [R] 

1000

Ring, Larry R. [R] 

1000

Samson, Laurier [R] 

1000

Sanders, Raymond [R] 

1000

Saucier, H.L. [R] 

1000

Schelhorn, Andy [R] 

1000

Spencer, Bruce [R] 

1000

St. Peter, Robert G. [R] 

1000

St. Pierre, Paul J. [R] 

1000

Stevens, David L. [R] 

1000

Timon, Gerald L. RE: Leech [R] 

1000

Tyler, Johnny W. [R] 

1000

Voisine, Rodney Paul [R] 

1000

Walker, James E., Jr. [R] 

1000

White, James D. [R] 

1000

Navy Liaison 

Box

Release of Naval Reservists [R] 

1000

General 1970 [R] 

1000

Achenbach, Duane J. [R] 

1000

Adams, David Brent [R] 

1000

Adams, Earl F. [R] 

1001

Albee, Warren P., Jr. [R] 

1001

Aldrich, Lawson [R] 

1001

Alverson, Jeffrey S. [R] 

1001

Arnheiter, Marcus A. [R] 

1001

Arsenault, Gregory [R] 

1001

Atzert, Allan [R] 

1001

Ballard, Boyce, Eugene [R] 

1001

Barker, Lawrence; Judecki, Henry [R] 

1001

Murray L. Barker [R] 

1001

Belanger, Norman [R] 

1001

Belgard, Melvin A. [R] 

1001

Bennett, Robert S. [R] 

1001

Bishop, David [R] 

1001

Betts, James Thomas [R] 

1001

Botelho, Thomas [R] 

1001

Bouchard, James J. [R] 

1001

Boucher, Nelson [R] 

1001

Bouthillette, Guy [R] 

1001

Bowden, Carl W., Jr. [R] 

1001

Brackett, Jerry B. [R] 

1001

Breton, Edgar [R] 

1001

Bristow, Bruce [R] 

1001

Brown, Harold W. [R] 

1001

Brown, James A., Jr. [R] 

1001

Bucher Case (PUEBLO) 1969 [R] 

1001

Burke, John M. [R] 

1001

Card, Robert [R] 

1001

Carry, Larry D. [R] 

1001

Chamberlain, Ronald [R] 

1001

Chandler, Clifford L., Jr. [R] 

1001

Chick, Ronald [R] 

1001

Clavet, Robert P. [R] 

1001

Clement, Dwayne [R] 

1001

Cooper, Harold [R] 

1001

Cormier, Mary [R] 

1001

Cram, Dana R. [R] 

1001

DeGrasse, Peter [R] 

1001

DeTurk, David A. [R] 

1001

Dinan, Edward [R] 

1001

Dodge, Arthur [R] 

1001

Dominici, Raymond [R] 

1001

Doughty, Kendrick T. [R] 

1001

Downing, William A. [R] 

1001

Drottar, Peter Bernard [R] 

1001

DuPerry, Richard [R] 

1002

Dyer, Edward [R] 

1002

Fain, Mike [R] 

1002

Fleury, Lawrence [R] 

1002

Fortin, Reginald [R] 

1002

Friedman, Howard [R] 

1002

Fulton, Samuel J. [R] 

1002

Gardner, Russ [R] 

1002

Gibbs, Michael [R] 

1002

Gilbert, Ronald [R] 

1002

Gillespie, Brian [R] 

1002

Gilreath, Wayne [R] 

1002

Goddard, Aubrey and Cuthill, Alex [R] 

1002

Gogan, Allan R. [R] 

1002

Gormley, John [R] 

1002

Grant, Albert O. [R] 

1002

Griffin, Thomas A. [R] 

1002

Hallowell, Willis [R] 

1002

Handy, Daniel R. [R] 

1002

Hardy, David [R] 

1002

Hawkins, Sunnie [R] 

1002

Horgan, George B. [R] 

1002

Hutchins, Barton E. [R] 

1002

Inman, Everett [R] 

1002

Jenkins, Charles E. [R] 

1002

Johnson, Randolph [R] 

1002

Joy, Dwight [R] 

1002

Keirstead, Dwight [R] 

1002

Kelby, James B. [R] 

1002

Lapointe, Joseph [R] 

1002

Lagueux, Daniel R. [R] 

1002

LeBlanc, Albert [R] 

1002

Lemelin, Raymond J. [R] 

1002

Levine, Barry W. [R] 

1002

Lodge, Vincent [R] 

1002

Lucas, Scott R. [R] 

1002

Lunt, Leroy [R] 

1002

Lyford, Bernard G. [R] 

1002

Mace, Christopher [R] 

1002

MacDonald, John [R] 

1002

Malloy, John A. [R] 

1002

Mantel, William Burk Jr. [R] 

1002

Marron, Frank D. [R] 

1002

Martin, Richard [R] 

1002

Mayo, William S. [R] 

1002

Mercier, Norman T. [R] 

1002

Merrill, Jefferson D. [R] 

1002

Millar, Alexander F. [R] 

1002

Morrissette, Mrs. Roland [R] 

1002

Moyer, David [R] 

1002

Myers, Edward [R] 

1002

Nadeau, Robert E. [R] 

1002

Nathanson, Elliott S. [R] 

1002

Nelsen, Albert H., III [R] 

1002

O'Bannon (destroyer) [R] 

1002

Odiorne, David P. [R] 

1002

Olson, John R. [R] 

1002

Page, Jack E. [R] 

1002

Parks, Ruth S. [R] 

1002

Paul, Thomas W. [R] 

1002

Pellerin, Michael [R] 

1003

Pelletier, Robert M. [R] 

1003

Pendexter, Robert O. [R] 

1003

Pombriant, Paul [R] 

1003

Raymond, Richard R. [R] 

1003

Ripoll, James M. [R] 

1003

Robichaud, David [R] 

1003

Sargent, Donald [R] [R] 

1003

Schneider, Gerald 

1003

Schroeder, Bert [R] 

1003

Scontras, P.A. [R] 

1003

Sella Bay, Guam [R] 

1003

Severy, Richard [R] 

1003

Simeoni, David [R] 

1003

Simms, Larry [R] 

1003

Sizemore, Jimmy [R] 

1003

Small, Harold W. [R] 

1003

Smiley, Earl K. [R] 

1003

Smith, Dean E. [R] 

1003

Soda, Stephen [R] 

1003

St. Louis, Raymond M. [R] 

1003

St. Louis, William J. [R] 

1003

Stevens, William [R] 

1003

Strauch, Janet P. [R] 

1003

Tebbetts, Michael R. [R] 

1003

Thibeau, Gerald [R] 

1003

Thomas, Winston [R] 

1003

Thompson, Barry W. [R] 

1003

Thurston, Lee [R] 

1003

Tobey, James P. [R]