Finding Aid for theEdmund S. Muskie papers, Series VI: Political campaigns 1957-1977 | MC105.06

Summary Information

Repository
Edmund S. Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library
Creator
Muskie, Edmund S., 1914-1996
Title
Edmund S. Muskie papers, Series VI: Political campaigns
ID
MC105.06
Date [inclusive]
1957-1977
Extent
331.0 Linear feet 662 manuscript 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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Series Overview

The records in this series are the files maintained by the organizations that directed Muskie's political campaigns, including segments of his Senate office. The files generally document the day-to-day work of the campaign staffs and Muskie's campaign activities. The series contains the records of six of Muskie's political campaigns - his election to the U.S. Senate in 1958 and his reelection races in 1964, 1970 and 1976; his race as the 1968 Democratic nominee for the U.S. vice presidency; and his bid for the 1972 Democratic presidential nomination. They also include material on Muskie's efforts on behalf of the Presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson in 1960.

Collection Arrangement

The series is organized into six subseries, one for each of the above-mentioned political races.

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 are 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.

Acquisitions Information

The Edmund S. Muskie Papers were deposited at Bates College in June 1980, when Muskie was named U.S. secretary of state. In 1985, several of Muskie's friends and former staff members, with assistance from the College, raised sufficient funds to support the renovation of the former women's gymnasium into the Edmund S. Muskie Archives building, which was dedicated in September of that year. Muskie's papers were formally donated to Bates College on April 23, 1986. Intellectual property rights in the unpublished writings of Edmund S. Muskie were given to the College in an addendum to the deed of gift signed December 8, 1989. The right to dispose of items from the collection was granted to the College by the Muskie heirs in 2007.

In 1994 and in 1996, Bates College received two shipments of records documenting Muskie's life since leaving public office which were maintained in his Washington, D.C. law office. A third accretion was received from the estate of Jane G. Muskie in 2005 and accessioned in 2006. Relatively small groups of files donated at various times by former Muskie staffers and others have also been integrated into the collection. Accession No.: 001-80-01, 001-86-01.

Processing Information

Processed by Archives Staff, 2010

Encoded by Michelle Belden, 2013

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Related Materials

Related Materials

Information on the campaigns covered by this series may also be found in the following series: V: U.S. Senate, and all of the format-based series (XI through XVI).

Records relating to Muskie's 1953 and 1955 campaigns for Governor of Maine are located in series IV: Governor. There are no known records for his campaigns for the Maine House of Representatives or for mayor of Waterville.

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Collection Inventory

Subseries A: 1958 Senate campaign 1957-1958   4.0 Linear feet 9 manuscript boxes

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in the order it was received when it was shipped to Bates, with later accessions and records reassigned from other series added at the end.

Scope and Content

Files maintained by the Muskie for Senator Committee, which ran Muskie's first campaign for the U.S. Senate. Headquartered in Augusta, the committee was managed by John C. Donovan, a government instructor at Bates College who was active in the resurgence of the Maine Democratic party in the early 1950s and later served as Muskie's first administrative assistant. The committee's records consist of correspondence relating to the management of the campaign including the scheduling of appearances by Muskie, coordination with the Democratic candidates for governor and the U.S. House of Representatives, clippings on incumbent U.S. Senator Frederick Payne, and folders on current campaign issues.

Box

Billboards 

1

Campaign Material 1958 

1

Frank Coffin, ESM and other Democrats Campaign Material 1958-1960 

1

Rate Information – TV, Radio and Press (2 folders) 

1

Muskie-Payne Debate 

1

Payne Correspondence, Record   

1

Carbons of Letters Sent (2 folders) 

1

Frederick G. Payne 

1

Campaign Schedule 

1

TV Schedule 

1

Addresses 

1

Foreign Policy – Duplicates 

1

National Defense 

1

National Defense – Duplicates 

2

Politics - Future 

2

Speech Material 

2

Democratic National Committee – Payne Bills (2 folders) 

2

Democratic Digest 

2

Democratic Fact Sheet 

2

Maine Democratic Platform for 1958 

2

Maine Delegation – Senator Payne Newsletters 1957 – 1958  (2 folders) 

2

Maine Delegation – Senator Payne Newsletters 1957 – 1958  (3 folders)   

3

Congressional Record Clippings (6 folders) 

3

Conservation Material 

4

Brian Jewett Advertising Material 

4

Comparison of Principal Provisions in Area Redevelopment Bills 

4

Itinerary (Campaign Speeches) 

4

Budget and Taxes 

4

Foreign Policy 

4

Disarmament and H-bomb Testing 

4

GOP Admin., Failure of Ike's Leadership, Modern Republicanism, etc. 

4

Maine Democratic Party Radio Schedules, Donovan and Muskie 

4

Material on Foreign Policy 

4

Foreign Policy 

4

Prices (Inflation, Farm Prices and Tight Money) 

4

Budget 

4

Textile 

4

Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act 

4

Recession 

4

General Economics (Also Labor, Taxes, Small Business, Education) 

4

Resources, Timber, Water Power (2 folders) 

4

Interest Rates – Community Facilities Act 

5

Fundraising and Advertising Analysis by Ed Plaut 

5

John Sparkman Speech 

5

Voting Record Data 

5

New York Times Newsclips (8 folders) 

5

Lewiston Evening Journal, Nov. 26, 1958 

5

The Nixons in South America (Los Angeles Times Coverage) 

5

Campaign Folder 

5

1958 Election by Precincts (McMahon) 

5

State of Maine, A Compilation of Laws Pertaining to Elections, 1957 

5

Miscellaneous Political Material 

5

Democratic National Committee 1958 

5

Ed Plaut 

5

Request for Supplies 

5

Campaign Tour Schedule 

5

Inactive 

6

Active   

6

Agriculture 

6

Budget 

6

Civil Rights (2 folders) 

6

Consumers 

6

Economics 

6

Education 

6

Highways 

6

Housing 

6

Inflation 

6

Labor (2 folders) 

6

Miscellaneous 

6

Natural Resources (2 folders) 

6

Nixon 

6

Recession 

6

Tight Money 

6

Welfare Programs 

6

Recordings "Muskie No.1" 

6

Muskie for Governor Committee-Checkbook (2 folders) 

7

Muskie for Governor Committee-Deposit Slips, Bank Statements, Canceled Checks 

7

Muskie for Governor Committee-Paid Bills 

7

Muskie for Governor Committee-Letter File (3 folders) 

7

Letter File (10 folders) 

8

"The Men for Maine" Fundraising Booklets 1958 

9

My Stand on the Issues by Governor Edmund S. Muskie 

9

Televised speech in response to campaign attacks, Aug. 22, 1958 

9

Governor Muskie Speech, Sept. 6, 1958 

9

Speech drafts, copies 

9

Sample Radio Election Spots, July 9, 1958 

9

Vote counts by precinct in 3 Muskie elections (1954, 1956, 1958) [Donated by Lawrence and Louise Butler in 1989] 

9

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Subseries B: 1960 Kennedy-Johnson presidential campaign 1960-1961   1.0 Linear feet 3 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content

These files on Muskie staff's contacts with the Maine Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson organization were kept in his Waterville, Maine office. They contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, information on Kennedy's positions on various issues, brochures and other printed campaign material, and material on the inauguration.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in the order it was received when it was shipped to Bates, with later accessions and records reassigned from other series added at the end.

Box

Democratic National Convention 1960-1972 

9A

Democratic Campaign Material 1960 

9A

Democratic National Convention 1960 

9A

Group Photo 

9A

Political Posters and Papers 1960 

9A

Schedule 1960 

9A

Delegate's Badge for 1960 Los Angeles Democratic Convention 

10

Senator's Badge for 1960 Los Angeles Democratic Convention 

10

Jack Kennedy Recording, "High Hopes" and "All the Way," 45 rpm 

10

Kennedy-Jackson Campaign, 60/60 Fundraising Booklets 

10

60/60 Campaign Certificate Booklets 

10

County Chairman's 60/60 Instruction Sheet 

10

60/60 Finance Control Sheet 

10

Letters for Senator Muskie's Attention 

10

Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson Stationery 

10

Summary of Registration Laws 

10

To All County and Local Committees and Candidates (Re: Marking Ballots) 

10

Samples of Marked Ballots, 1 through 8 

10

Samples of Marked Ballots, 9 through 11 

10

Kennedy Brochure Printing Mats 

10

Kennedy Brochure in Polish 

10

Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson Letter 

10

Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson Business Reply Envelope 

10

Maine Letters to Senator Kennedy 

10

Miscellaneous Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson Material 

10

Paid Bills: Citizens for Kennedy-Johnson 

10

Transcripts of Presidential Debates – Nixon/Kennedy (2 folders) 

10

Miscellaneous Kennedy-Johnson Material (4 folders)    

10

Biographical Sketches – John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson 

11

Kennedy Speeches on Various Subjects 

11

Kennedy Contributors and Key Workers 

11

Kennedy-Johnson Correspondence (2 folders) 

11

Thank You Letters 

11

Inaugural Committee Badge, 1961 

11

Inaugural Materials [donated by Lawrence and Louise Butler in 1989] 

11

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Subseries C: 1964 Senate reelection campaign 1958-1964   17.0 Linear feet 34 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content

Records of the Muskie for Senate Committee, which organized his first Senate reelection campaign, and political files related to the campaign from Muskie's Washington office. The files include financial records kept by the campaign treasurer and related correspondence; files on campaign issues and debates with Muskie's challenger, Rep. Clifford G. McIntire; a testimonial dinner held in Muskie's honor, and the 1964 presidential campaign of Lyndon B. Johnson.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in the order it was received when it was shipped to Bates, with later accessions and records reassigned from other series added at the end.

Muskie for Senate Committee Account 

Box

Muskie for Senate Checkbook 

13

Muskie for Senate Account Book 

13

Check Stubs (3 folders) 

14

Deposit Slips 

14

Cash Book 

14

Canceled Checks (2 folders) 

14

Canceled Checks (1 folder) 

15

Paid Bills 

15

A – N (13 folders) 

15

P – W (5 folders) 

15

Muskie Testimonial Dinner April 29, 1964 

Box

Booklet and Program 

16

Seating Chart   

16

Ticket Order Blanks 

16

George Mitchell – General Election Campaign Reports 

Box

Goldwater-Miller Committee 

19

Maine Republican State Committee 

19

Clifford G. McIntyre 

19

Kenneth P. MacLeod 

19

Citizens for Johnson and Humphrey 

19

Edmund S. Muskie 

19

Kenneth M. Curtis 

19

William D. Hathaway 

19

“A Survey of the Political Climate in Maine” Prepared by Oliver 

19

Quayle and Company, August 1964 

19

850 Politics 1964 Campaign [Senate Office Files] 

Box

Thank You for Assistance November 18 - December 9, 1964 (4 folders) 

21B

Thank You for Assistance December 11-18, 1964 (2 folders) 

21B

Congratulations January 1-6, 1965 (2 folders) 

21B

Congratulations November-December 1964 

21C

Thank You/General November-December 1964 (2 folders) 

21C

Fund Raising - Muskie - D.C. Reception, January 23, 1964 (2 folders) 

21C

April 29, 1964 Muskie Testimonial Dinner 

21C

Correspondence (3 folders) 

21C

April 29, 1964 Muskie Testimonial Dinner (includes correspondence, congratulations, robos, solicitor lists, miscellaneous) 

21D
Box

Correspondence (2 folders) 

21D

Copies of Congratulatory Letters 

21D

ROBOs 

21D

Solicitor's Lists 

21D

Miscellaneous 

21D

Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner 

21D

Democratic Senators Campaign Committee Dinner 

21E

Maine Politics – "500 Club" (3 folders) 

21E

Maine Political Engagements 

21E

Fund Raising-Financies 

21E

Fund Raising-Contributions 

21E

Expenditures - Girardin, Treasurer 

21E

Democratic State Convention, Bangor   

21E

Platform in Maine 1960 

21E

Platform in Maine 1964 

21E

Democratic National Convention, Atlantic City  (includes Souvenir Booklet Advertising) 

21F

Maine Primary 

21F

Donald E. Nicoll - Campaign Planning 

21F

Organized Mailings - Maine   

21F

Donald E. Nicoll Personal (Political) 

21F

Democratic National Committee 

21F

Maine Coordinator for Democratic National Committee 

21F

Senator Humphrey's Visit 

21F

Presidents Johnson's Visit, September 28, 1964 (3 folders) 

21F

Postmaster General Gronouski's Visit, October 5, 1964 

21G

Kenneth Curtis 

21G

Bill Hathaway   

21G

McIntire Materials   

21G

Nixon   

21G

Raup, Craig (Visit to Maine) 

21G

Rockefeller 

21G

Smith, Margaret Chase 

21G

Congressman Tupper   

21G

Presidential Campaign   

21G

President Johnson   

21G

Anti-Johnson   

21H

Maine Citizens for Johnson 

21H

Johnson Coordinator, Meetings   

21H

Republicans for Johnson 

21H

Republican Party   

21H

Anti-Goldwater   

21H

Democratic Achievements   

21H

Vice Presidency (3 folders) 

21H

Engagements - California   

21I

Engagements - Illinois 

21I

Engagements - New Hampshire 

21I

Engagements - New York 

21I

Engagements - Pennsylvania   

21I

State, County and Local Candidates (Other Than Major State) 

21I

Senator's Political Philosophy   

21I

Congressman McIntire -Maine Election 

21I

Congressman McIntire -Supreme Court 

21I

McIntire-Muskie Debate   

Box

Textiles and Trade   

21I

Mill Closings - Lisbon Area   

21I

Worumbo Case - News Clippings   

21I

Lisbon Falls - Worumbo Mill (J.P. Stevens Co.) 

21I

Analysis of the Debate and Senate Votes on Trade Expansion Act of 1962   

21J

Senate Commerce Committee's 1962 Hearings and Report on the Domestic Textile Industry 

21J

Correspondence from Industry Leaders Complimentary to Muskie   

21J

McIntire's Foreign Trade Votes   

21J

Miscellaneous Background Information   

21J

Senate Statements on Foreign Trade   

21J

Public Speeches and Public Citations   

21J

Letters and Conferences with Executive Branch   

21J

Legislation Introduced on Foreign Trade   

21J

Wool Imports   

21J

Congratulatory Letters on Textiles and Shoes   

21J

Material on Trade   

21J

Pro-McIntire - Anti-Muskie   

21J
Box

Democratic Study Group (2 folders) 

21K

Muskie Personal Praise File   

21K

Newsletter and Challenge   

21K

Some of My Best Friends...   

21K

Political Handbooks and Manuals (2 folders) 

21K

Maine Political Handbook 

21K

Public Relations 

Box

Creative Associates 

21L

Press 

21L

Films 

21L

Documentary Film, 1963 

21L
Box

Potential Workers and Volunteers (2 folders) 

21L

Advertising 

Box

Gimmicks   

21L

Newspaper - Radio - TV 

21L

Samples of Campaign Brochures   

21L

Pins for ESM   

21L
Box

Support 

21M

Orders from Ed Atkins 

21M

Billboards 

21M

General 

21M

National Committee, LBJ and Humphrey Materials 

21M

Materials Sent to Democratic Party Leaders 

21M

Matches 

21M

Karkos 

21M

Muskie News Clippings 1964 

21M

General Correspondence 

21M

Senator's Announcement for Reelection 

21M

Polls 

21M

Drawing and Sample of Muskie Sticker 

21N

Democratic National Committee - Campaign Material 

21N

Democratic National Committee - Projects Relating to Maine 

21N

American Heritage Foundation Voting Packet 

21N

Labor in Maine 

21N

Bruce Alger Voting Record 1953-1963 

21N

Nomination Petitions 

21N

Miscellaneous Correspondence, Speeches, Statements (2 folders) 

21N

Operation Support 

21N

Democratic Study Group - House of Representatives 

21N

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee 

21O

Election Procedures 

21O

Voting Information 

21O

Organization 

21O

Maine Democratic Party – JFK Scholarship 

21O

Executive Secretary of Maine Democratic Party 

21O

Women's Organizations 

21O

Pembroke Women's Democratic Club 

21O

Democratic State Committee 

21O

State Headquarters 

21O

Campaign Headquarters 

21O

Criticism 

21O

Holmes Alexander Controversy 

21O

Registration and Enrollment 

21O

Americans for Constitutional Action 

21O

Americans for Democratic Action 

21O

Congressional Quarterly 

21O

COPE 

21P

Labor Participation 

21P

Nineteen Sixty-four, A Year of Progress 

21P

Democratic National Committee 

21P

Maine Society and Economy 

21P

Speech Materials – Federal Finances 

21P

Issues – Feed Grain 

21P

Group Research 

21P

Previous Elections 

21P

Campaign Issues (Speeches, statements, resources, corresp.) 

Box

Poverty 

21P

Reapportionment 

21P

"Right to Work" 

21Q

Small Business Administration 

21Q

Urban Development Program 

21Q

Wages in Maine 

21Q

Foreign Policy (Vietnam) 

21Q

Foreign Policy 

21Q

Quoddy 

21Q

Labor Support 1958 

21Q

General (2 folders) 

21Q

Area Redevelopment Administration 

21Q

Civil Rights 

21Q

Cuba 

21R

Conflict of Interest - State Level 

21R

Congressional Reform 

21R

Defense Spending 

21R

National Defense 

21R

Disarmament 

21R

Maine's Economic Needs 

21R

ESM as Governor 

21R

Education 

21R

Employment 

21R

Medicare 

21R

Public Works 

21R

Extremists 

21R

Federal Spending  

21R

Foreign Trade 

21R

Governor's Council 

21R

Highway Construction – Interstate 95 

21R

Federal Money Flows to Maine 

21R
Box

Speech Materials – Civil Defense 

21S

Rural Americans for Johnson-Humphrey 

21S

Democratic National Convention 

21S

Campaign Assists 

21S

Muskie Headquarters 

21S

Miller - GOP 

21S

Financial Disclosure 

21S

Agriculture 

21S

Veterans Affairs 

21S

Citizens for Johnson 

21S

Speech Materials – Prosperity 

21S

Get out the Vote 

21S

United Nations 

21S

Previous Campaigns 1954-1956 

21S

Voting Trends 

21S

Voting Records-McIntire and Tupper 

21S

Voting Records-McIntire 

21S

(Correspondence) 

21S

Fair Campaign Practices 

21T

Campaign Workbook 

21T

Senator's Brochure 

21T

Issues – Allagash 

21T

Finances – Oxford County 

21T

National Legal Requirements – Hatch Act, FCC 

21T

Agriculture 

21T

Congratulatory Messages from ESM 

21T

Organization – Town Committees 

21T

Muskie Headquarters Staff 

21T

Issues – Trade 

21T

VIP Visits – General 

21T

Democratic National Committee (2 folders) 

21T

Vote Analysis, Maine Delegation 

21T

Voting Analysis (2 folders) 

21U

Federal Assistance in Maine 

21U

Maine Society and Economy 

21U

Billie Sol Estes 

21U

Billie Sol Estes and Bobby Baker investigations 

21U

William Miller – Vice Presidential Candidate, GOP 

21U

Voting Records and Young Americans for Freedom 

21U

All New England Salute Dinner to John F. Kennedy, President of the 

21U

United States, October 19, 1963 - Program 

21U

Voting Record - 86th Congress Senator Edmund S. Muskie 

21U

Political Songs 

21V

Professional Political Firms 

21V

Photographers and Photos 

21V

Muskie for Senate Articles 

21V

Cartop Signs and 4x6 Signs 

21V

Requests for Materials (3 folders) 

21V

Flyers for Towns 

21V

Creative Associates and Bryant Press 

21V

Young Democrats 

21V

Teen-age Democrats (Maine) 

21V

New England Youth for Johnson 

21V

Young Citizens for Johnson 

21V

Miscellaneous (2 folders) 

21V

Democratic National Committee, Facts and Quotes 

21W

1964 Campaign Advertising Materials (3 folders) 

21W

TWX Messages 

21X

Expenses 

21X

Radio, TV, Newspapers 

21X

Congratulations 

21X

Thank You 

21X

Convention Delegate List (2 folders) 

21X

V.P. Nomination 

21X

General Correspondence June-December (4 folders) 

21X

General Materials (2 folders) 

21Y

Municipal Committee Member List (2 folders) 

21Y

Muskie Campaign 1964 

21Y

Q and A on Foreign Policy and Defense 

21Y

Voting Record of Clifford McEntire 

21Y

Cliff McEntire for U.S. Senate - announcement 

21Y

Democratic Platform 1964 

21Z

Campaign Communication Handbook 1964 

21Z

1964 Maine Political Handbook 1964 

21Z

Three-and-a-half years of progress – June 1964 

21Z

State of Maine election-related publications and forms 1957-1964 

21Z

All Other 

Other 

Box

Campaign 1964 – General 

12

1964 Campaign Contributors 

12

Campaign contribution mailing [Donated by Lawrence and Louise Butler in 1989] 

12

Council for a Livable World (2 folders) 

12

National Committee for an Effective Congress 

12

Schlick – 1964 Campaign 

12

Girardin – Muskie for Senate Committee 

12

Volkert – Campaign Fund (Ditchley Foundation) 

12

Muskie for Senate Committee 1964 – Election Forms Folder (2 folders) 

12

Muskie for Senate #2 

12

ESM Special Account (2 folders) 

13

Expenses (2 folders) 

13

Notebook of Senator's Speeches and Schedules 1964 

16

Muskie for Senate Committee – Duplicate Receipt Book, 1958-1964 

16

Contribution Envelopes (2 boxes) 

17-18

ESM Record - "Peril Point" 

19

Johnson for President 

19

Speech - McIntyre Debate 

19

Fair Campaign Practices 

19

Ticket and Honored Guest Badge, Democratic National Convention, 1964 

19

Contributors and Advertisers [3 by 5 inch cards] 

21

Population Statistics - Maine - through July, 1963 

21A

Statistics 

21A

Right-wing Conservatism (2 folders) 

21A

Belfast Testimonial 

21A

Bruce Chandler 

21A

Voting Lists 

21A

Thanks for Special Election in Brunswick 

21A

Maine Elects a Democrat (1958) 

21A

The Democrat 

21A

Timber Engineering Co. 

21A

Prayer Group - Congressional 

21A

Ed Cyr 

21A

Labor News 

21A

Northern New England Democratic Leaders 

21A

Elliott Newcomb Proposal 

21A

Triple Revolution 

21A

Speech Materials - Local Governments 

21A

JFK Half Dollars 

21A

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Subseries D: 1968 Humphrey-Muskie presidential campaign 1968   28.0 Linear feet 57 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content

The files were created beginning August 30, 1968, when Muskie was nominated as Democratic candidate for U.S. vice president. They consist of press materials (press kits and releases, typescripts of campaign speeches and remarks), schedules, invitations and responses, and correspondence between campaign officials, including those representing Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, the presidential nominee. The subseries also includes congratulation and thank-you notes, advance files, files on issues, newspaper clippings, and financial records.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in the order it was received when it was shipped to Bates, with later accessions and records reassigned from other series added at the end.

Campaign Schedules 

Box

General and Scheduling Correspondence (2 folders) 

23

Extra Schedules (2 folders) 

23

Sept. 8-Oct. 1, 1968 (4 folders) 

24

Invitations (Miscellaneous), September 1968 

24

Regrets 

24

Invitation to Syracuse, Sept. 12, 1968 

24

Norfolk, Virginia, Trip, Sept. 14, 1968 

24

"Issues and Answers" Taping, Sept. 15, 1968 

24

Invitation to New York Association of Police Chiefs Dinner, Sept. 17, 

24

1968 

24

Invitations for Sept. 18, 1968 

24

Sept. 19, 1968 – San Francisco/Utah 

24

Sept. 20-24, 1968 (5 folders) 

24

Michigan Trip, Sept. 25, 1968 

24

Sept. 26 Detroit Trip 

24

Cleveland Trip, Sept. 27, 1968 

24

Sept. 28, 1968, Ohio/Iowa 

24

October 1968 

24

Oct. 1-Nov. 5, 1968 (4 folders) 

24

Schedules 1968 (2 folders) 

24

Trip Files 

Box

Chicago Trip, Oct. 2, 1968 

24A

Denver Trip, Oct. 3, 1968 

25

Los Angeles Trip, Oct. 3-4, 1968 

25

Tennessee Trip, Oct. 5, 1968 

25

"Face the Nation," Oct. 6, 1968 

25

New York Trip, Oct. 7, 1968 

25

Florida Trip, Oct. 8, 1968 

25

Philadelphia Trip, Oct. 9, 1968 

25

New Jersey Trip, Oct. 10, 1968 

25

Maine Trip, Oct. 11, 1968 

25

Providence, R.I., Trip, Oct. 12, 1968 

25

New York Trip, Oct. 13, 1968 

25

New York City Trip, Oct. 14, 1968 

25

New York City Trip, Oct. 15, 1968 

25

Invitation to Debate Gov. Agnew, Oct. 16, 1968 

25

Chicago Trip, Oct. 17, 1968 

25

Ohio Trip, Oct. 18, 1968 

25

Oklahoma Trip, Oct. 19, 1968 

25

Schedule for Oct. 20, 1968 

25

Massachusetts Trip, Oct. 21, 1968 

25

Connecticut Trip, Oct. 22, 1968 

25

New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Oct. 23, 1968 

25

Pennsylvania Trip, Oct. 24, 1968 

25

Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine Trip, Oct. 25, 1968 

25

Minneapolis Trip, Oct. 26, 1968 

25

Wyoming, Oregon, Seattle Trip, Oct. 27, 1968 

25

California Trip, Oct. 28, 1968 

25

Texas Trip, Oct. 29, 1968 

25

Memphis Trip, Oct. 30, 1968 

25

Ohio Trip, Oct. 31, 1968 

25

Pennsylvania/Michigan Trip, Nov. 1, 1968 

26

Maryland/New Jersey Trip, Nov. 2, 1968 

26

Schedule for Nov. 3, 1968 

26

Correspondence-Invitations/responses 

Box

Mrs. Muskie's Telephone Invites, Oct.-Nov. 1968 

26

September (15 folders) 

26

October (32 folders) 

26

November (10 folders) 

27

Advance Files 

Box

Endorsement Lists 

37

Foreign Economic Policy Statement 

37

General 

37

Advance Kits – Kansas City and San Francisco 

37

Assignments 

37

Speech Writers 

37

Contacts 

37

Muskie Advance Staff 

37

Muskie Advance – Abilene, Texas 

37

Advance Men 

37

Advance Memos [includes list of campaign staff] 

37

Xerox 

37

Staff Volunteers 

37

Plane Arrangements 

37

Petty Cash Fund 

37

Press kit 

37

Biography 

37

JGM and Muriel Humphrey Recipe Cards (Gift of David Anderson in 1997) 

37

Plastic Campaign Material 

37

Manifests: MH-1 – Chicago, Indianapolis; Portland to Washington 

37

Manifests: MH-1 to MH-5 

37

Manifests: MH-6 to MH-10 

38

Bills Returned to Advance Men 

38

Fairmont Approved 

38

Lemuel Wells 

38

Election Night, Waterville 

38

Approved for Payment (2 folders) 

38

Paid 

38

Requests 

Box

Campaign – General 

43

Autograph and Picture (2 folders) 

43

Autograph and Picture (8 folders) 

44

Acceptance speech 

45

Biography 

45

Campaign Materials (2 folders) 

45

Information Requests Answered 

45

Press Releases – Speeches 

45

Campaign Issues 

Box

General Material (2 folders) 

48

General Material (2 folders) 

49

Draft 

49

Crime 

49

Drugs 

49

Electoral College 

49

Employment 

49

Urban Problems 

49

Letters Concerning Chicago Disorders (2 folders) 

49

Foreign Policy 

49

Demo's Platform 

49

Hunger 

49

Labor 

49

Law and Order 

49

Vietnam 

49

Vietnam (4 folders) 

50

Pollution    

50

Nuclear Weapons 

50

Voting Age 

50

Press Files 

Box

ESM Personal Reading Copies of Speeches 

51

August 25 : "Meet the Press” 

51

August 28 : "Peace in Vietnam," Plank Speech, Democratic National Convention 

51

August 29 : Acceptance Speech 

51

September 1 : "Meet the Press” 

51

September 6 : Remarks Following Preview Showing of Upward Bound, "Space to Grow," Smithsonian 

51

September 8: Remarks on Polish-American Day, Hemisfair, San Antonio, Texas 

51

September 8: Excerpts - Remarks at the Alamo 

51

September 8: ESM Speech, Democratic Rally, Las Vegas, Nevada 

51

September 9: Remarks to National Convention of American Federation of Government Employees, Las Vegas, Nevada 

51

September 9: ESM Press Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada 

51

September 9: Press Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada 

51

September 10: Excerpts - Remarks to Joint Meeting of Missouri Mayors, etc., St.Joseph, Missouri 

51

September 10: Press Conference, St. Louis, Missouri 

51

September 10: Excerpts - Remarks at Reception in Mayor's Home, St. Louis, Missouri 

51

September 10: Statement at Cocktail Reception, Chase Park Plaza Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri 

51

September 10: Address at State Capitol Building, Jefferson City, Missouri 

51

September 11: Press Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana 

51

September 11: Statement to West Side Democratic Club, South Bend, Indiana 

51

September 11: Excerpts at Stephen Center, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana 

52

September 11: Lawrence Central High School, Indianapolis, Indiana 

52

September 12: Remarks at Struthers High School Field House, Struthers, Ohio 

52

September 12: Remarks at Local 1414 Union Hall, Campbell, Ohio 

52

September 12: Remarks at Ohio Hotel, Youngstown 

52

September 12: Remarks at Krakusy Hall, Youngstown, Ohio 

52

September 14: Excerpts from Remarks to Young Democrats of Virginia, Norfolk 

52

September 14: Press Conference, Golden Triangle Hotel, Norfolk, Virginia 

52

September 15 "Issues and Answers” 

52

September 17: Remarks to New York State Association of Police Chiefs, N.Y.C. 

52

September 17: Remarks to Golden Ring Council of Senior Citizens, N.Y.C. 

52

September 17: ESM Interview on "Newsfront," New York City 

52

September 17: ESM Remarks to International Union of Electrical Workers, N.Y.C. 

52

September 18: Remarks to National Association of Life Underwriters, San Francisco, California 

52

September 18: Remarks at Phelan Hall, University of San Francisco 

52

September 18: Interview by John Martin, Fairmount Hotel, San Francisco 

52

September 18: Remarks before the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco 

52

September 18: Press Conference, Sheraton Palace Hotel, San Francisco 

53

September 19: Press Conference, Mayor's Chambers, City Hall, San Francisco 

53

September 19: Remarks to Joint Convention of California Legislature 

53

September 19: Remarks to the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, San Francisco 

53

September 19: Press Conference, Hotel Utah, Salt Lake City 

53

September 19: Remarks at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 

53

September 19: ESM Press Conference, San Francisco, California 

53

September 19: ESM Speech at Brigham Young University 

53

September 20: Remarks at State University, Informal Conference with Community Leaders, Wichita, Kansas 

53

September 20: Press Conference at State University, Wichita, Kansas 

53

September 20: ESM Speech at Wichita State University, Kansas 

53

September 20: Remarks to Student Body, Wichita State University, Kansas 

53

September 20: Press Conference at Ramada Inn, Topeka, Kansas 

53

September 20: Remarks at Public Reception, Town House Hotel, Kansas City, Kansas 

53

September 21: Remarks to Arkansas Citizens for HHH-ESM, Little Rock 

53

September 21: Remarks at College Station, Community Multi-purpose Center, Little Rock, Arkansas 

53

September 23 : Interview with ESM at Office of Washington Bureau of New York Times 

53

September 24: Excerpts - Remarks on State Capitol Grounds, Charleston, West Virginia 

54

September 24: ESM Rally Speech, Greenburg, Pennsylvania 

54

September 24: Remarks at McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

54

September 25: ESM Speech at Rally, Universal City, Michigan 

54

September 25: ESM Speech at Rally, Hamtramck, Michigan 

54

September 25: ESM Speech at Rally, Aliquippa, Pennsylvania 

54

September 25: ESM Speech at Rally, Taylor, Michigan 

54

September 25: Excerpts - Washington County Courthouse, Washington, Pennsylvania 

54

September 26: Remarks to AFL-CIO Meeting, Detroit, Michigan 

54

September 26: ESM Speech at Oakland University, Detroit, Michigan 

54

September 26: ESM Remarks at Model Cities Meeting, Detroit, Michigan 

54

September 26: ESM Speech at UAW Rally, Romulus, Michigan 

54

September 26: ESM Speech at Rally, Livonia, Michigan 

54

September 27: Remarks at National Convention of Polish-American Congress, Cleveland, Ohio 

54

September 27: Rally at Winona Park, Bay City, Michigan 

54

September 27: Jeffers Park, Saginaw, Michigan 

54

September 27: ESM Speech to Civic Leaders, Cleveland, Ohio 

54

September 27: Excerpts from QandA Session with Local Young Democrats, 

54

September 27: Sheraton-Cleveland Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio 

54

September 28: Remarks to Federated Democratic Women of Ohio, Neil House 

54

September 28: Motor Hotel, Columbus, Ohio 

54

September 28: ESM Speech to UAW, Columbus, Ohio 

54

September 28: ESM Speech at Model Cities Area, Cleveland, Ohio 

54

September 28: Remarks at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Des Moines, Iowa 

54

September 28: Press Conference, Columbus, Ohio 

54

October 1: Remarks to National Postmasters Association, D.C. 

55

October 1: Address to National Press Club, D.C. 

55

October 1: Public Reception and Rally, Red Carpet Inn, Milwaukee 

55

October 2: Committeemen and Ward Captains, Marriott, Chicago 

55

October 2: Gordon Technical High School, Chicago 

55

October 2: Central Park Avenue and Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago 

55

October 2: Lion's Club Hall Dinner Rally, Chicago 

55

October 2: Excerpts - American Bankers Association, Chicago 

55

October 3: KVTV Taping for "Labor's Language," Herrick Park, Interviewer, Denver, Colorado 

55

October 3: Colorado State Fair Grounds Rally, Pueblo 

55

October 3: University of Colorado, Boulder 

55

October 4: Manpower Development and Training Center, Watts, Los Angeles 

55

October 4: ESM Speech at California Western University, San Diego 

55

October 4: Press Conference, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, California 

55

October 4: University of Southern California, Los Angeles 

55

October 5: Democratic Rally, Nashville War Memorial Auditorium 

55

October 5: Press Conference, Nashville, Tennessee 

55

October 6: Face the Nation, CBS 

55

October 6: "Opinion: Washington” 

55

October 7: Excerpts - Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 

55

October 7: ESM Speech, International Association of Bridge, Structural and 

55

October 7: Ornamental Iron Workers, New York, New York 

55

October 7: ESM Speech, Citizens Luncheon, Syracuse, New York 

55

October 8: Excerpts - International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper 

55

October 8: Mill Workers, Hollywood, Florida 

55

October 8: Excerpts - Democratic Rally, War Memorial Auditorium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

55

October 8: Excerpts - Williams Park, St. Petersburg, Florida 

55

October 9: Man and His Environment: The Crucial Balance, American Gas Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

55

October 9: ESM Remarks, Southeastern Pennsylvania Lunch, Philadelphia 

55

October 10 : ESM Financial Statement 

55

October 12: ESM Excerpts, Rally, Asheville, North Carolina 

55

October 12: ESM Press Conference, Providence, Rhode Island 

55

October 12: ESM Press Conference, Asheville, North Carolina 

55

October 13: ESM Remarks, Pulaski Day Dinner, New York City 

55

October 13: ESM Speech, VFW, Checktowaga, New York 

55

October 14: ESM Speech, Larkin Plaza, Yonkers, New York 

55

October 14: ESM Excerpts, Democratic Fund-raising Dinner, New York City 

55

October 15: ESM Notes for Rally, Brooklyn, New York 

56

October 15: Excerpts - National Council of Women, New York Hilton Hotel 

56

October 15: ESM Remarks, Rally, Harlem, New York 

56

October 15: ESM Outline for Harlem and Bedford-Stuyvesant 

56

October 17: Excerpts from Remarks at Northwestern University 

56

October 17: ESM Speech, Cook County Democratic Luncheon, Chicago 

56

October 17: ESM Speech, Headliners Club, Chicago, Illinois 

56

October 17: ESM Taping, WBBM-TV, "At Random," Chicago, Illinois 

56

October 18: Excerpts from Remarks at Hammond, Indiana 

56

October 18: ESM Speech, University of Dayton, Ohio 

56

October 18: ESM Remarks, Wisconsin State University, Stevens Point 

56

October 19: ESM Speech, McAlester, Oklahoma 

56

October 19: ESM Speech, Oklahoma High School, Catoosa, Oklahoma 

56

October 19: ESM Remarks, Tulsa, Oklahoma 

56

October 19: ESM Speech, Rally, Oklahoma City Airport 

56

October 20 : "Issues and Answers” 

56

October 21: Excerpts from Remarks at Boston College 

56

October 21: ESM Press Taping, Springfield, Massachusetts 

56

October 21: Excerpts from Remarks at Springfield, Massachusetts 

56

October 21: ESM Excerpts, Rally, Fall River, Massachusetts 

56

October 21: ESM Remarks, Rally, South Boston, Massachusetts 

56

October 21: ESM Remarks, Women on Wheels, Sidney Hill Country Club 

56

October 22: ESM Remarks, Rally, New Britain, Connecticut 

56

October 22: ESM Remarks, Fairfield County Housewives, Stamford, Connecticut 

56

October 23: ESM Remarks, Democratic Luncheon, Newark, New Jersey 

56

October 23: ESM Speech, Rally, Irvington, New Jersey 

56

October 23: ESM Remarks, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey 

56

October 24: ESM Speech, Rally, Shamokin, Pennsylvania 

56

October 24: ESM Remarks, Rally, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

56

October 24: ESM Remarks, Radio Program Sponsored by ILGWU forBroadcast Oct. 24, 1968 

56

October 25 : ESM Remarks, Augusta, Maine 

56

October 26 : ESM Remarks, Rally, Minneapolis, Minnesota 

56

October 27 : ESM Speech, Democratic Rally, Seattle, Washington 

56

October 28: ESM Speech, Rally, Sacramento, California 

56

October 28: ESM Speech, Rally, Santa Monica, California 

57

October 29: ESM Speech, McMurry College, Abilene, Texas 

57

October 29: ESM Speech, Airport Rally, Amarillo, Texas 

57

October 29: ESM Speech, Midwestern University, Wichita Fall, Texas 

57

October 29: ESM Remarks, Rally, Lubbock, Texas 

57

October 30: ESM Remarks, Rally, Tyler, Texas 

57

October 30: ESM Remarks, Democratic Rally, Memphis, Tennessee57-8 

57

October 30: ESM Speech, University of Kentucky, Lexington 

57

October 31: ESM Speech, New York State Dinner, New York City 

57

October 31: ESM Speech, Democratic Breakfast, Cincinnati, Ohio 

57

October 31: ESM Speech, Rally, Parma City, Ohio 

57

November 1: ESM Speech, Rally, Granite City, Illinois 

57

November 1: ESM Speech, Rally, Gannon Airport, Erie, Pennsylvania 

57

November 2: ESM Speech, Rally, Jersey City, New Jersey 

57

November 2: ESM Speech, Rally, Moline, Illinois 

57

November 3: ESM Speech, Airport Rally, Richmond, Virginia 

57

November 3: ESM Speech, Rally, Kennedy Park, Lewiston, Maine 

57

November 3: ESM Press Interview, Richmond, Virginia 

57

November 3: ESM TV Tapings, Richmond, Virginia 

57

November 4 : TV Address, End of Campaign, Trust, Confidence 

57

November 5 : ESM Speech, Armory, Waterville, Maine 

57

Speech Materials, Drafts and Speeches 

57

RCS [Robert C. Shepherd] Preconvention Notes on Interviews, 1968 

57

Campaign Finances 

Box

Bill - Check Outstanding Aug. '69 

58

Form for VP Committee 

58

Muskie for VP Bills (Paid) 

58

Sheraton-Cadillac 

58

Hot Springs, Arkansas 

58

Denver Hilton 

58

Marco Polo 

58

Expenses 

58

Political Files: Campaign 1968 [Senate Office Files] 

Box

Press List (1968 Campaign) 

59A

Factual Campaign Information, 1968 

59A

Democratic Study Group – U.S. House of Representatives – 1968 Campaign Cards 

59A

Hubert H. Humphrey 

59A

Research Materials – Older Americans 

59A

Listing with Downeast Yankee Material 

59A

Research – Voter Bloc 

59A

Democratic Platform 

59A

Republican Platform 

59A

Nixon (2 folders) 

59A

Muskie 

59A

Wallace (2 folders) 

59A

Odessa's Tapes – Dictabelts and Transcripts 

59A

David R. Anderson Daily Log 

59A

Unusual campaign material 

59A

Photocopies of vote tallies for Presidential and U.S. Congressional elections, by Maine county and town 1968 

59A

Briefing Book: “HHH (Post Convention) General Election Campaign, 1968” (3 folders) 

59B

Briefing materials for appearance on “Issues and Answers” Oct. 20, 1968 

59B

“Special Directory for Election Coverage – 1968, Waterville, Maine” 

59B

HHH Newsclips 

59B

ESM Newsclips 

59B

Campaign Strategy Notebook 

59B

Manpower and Poverty (2 folders) 

59B

Education 

59B

A Summary of the Voting Record of Richard M. Nixon 

59B

Campaign Issues 

59B

Pollution 

59B

The Draft 

59C

Law and Order 

59C

ACIR Docket Book, September 19, 1968 

59C

Briefing Book – Vietnam 

59C

Economic Comparisons 

59C

Speech Materials 

59C

Republican Platform 

59C

Democratic Party Platform 

59C

Newsclips-Agnew 

59C

Newsclips-Nixon 

59C

Research Material, Background (Students) 

59C

HHH Vietnam Statement 

59C

GOP Platform: Promise and Reality 

59C

"Meet the Press" September 1, 1968 

59C

"Meet the Press" August 25, 1968 

59C

Treasury: State of the Economy 

59

Quotes 

59

Republican Platform 

59

GOP Platform: Promises and Reality  

59

Comparative Records – Hubert H. Humphrey - Richard M. Nixon (2 folders) 

59

Economic Issues 

59

Bob Shepard's (Public Relations) Files 

Box

Notes(2 folders) 

59

Correspondence(2 folders) 

59

Memoranda(2 folders) 

59

Miscellaneous(2 folders) 

59E

Tour Schedules and Lists, etc.(2 folders) 

59E

DNC, UDH, etc. Releases(2 folders) 

59E

DNC, UDH, etc. Releases 

59

HHH Releases, Statements, etc.(2 folders) 

59

Newspaper Clippings 

59

Telegrams 

59

ESM News and Press Releases 

59

GOP Platform 

59

1968 Speech File 

Box

August 25 and September 1: Meet the Press 

59G

August 28: Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, Peace in Vietnam 

59G

August 29: Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, Acceptance of Vice Presidential Nomination 

59G

September 9: National Convention of the American Federation of Government Employees, Las Vegas, Nevada 

59G

September 10: Missouri Mayors, Urban Coalition, Boards of Directors, Missouri 

59G

September 10: Municipal League, Northwestern Mayors Association, St. Joseph, Missouri 

59G

September 10: Statement, St. Joseph, Missouri 

59G

September 10: Address, State Capitol Building, Jefferson City, Missouri 

59G

September 10: Press Conference, St. Louis, Missouri 

59G

September 11: Lawrence Central High School, Indianapolis, Indiana 

59G

September 11: University of Notre Dame, Stephan Center (not given) 

59G

September 12 : Campbell, Ohio 

59G

September 14 : Young Democrats of Virginia, Norfolk, Virginia 

59G

September 17: Annual Dinner, New York State Association of Chiefs of Police, Hotel Americana, New York City 

59G

September 17: International Union of Electrical Workers, San Francisco, California 

59G

September 18: National Association of Life Underwriters, San Francisco 

59G

September 18: Outline of Remarks, University of San Francisco 

59G

September 19: Excerpts from Remarks, Joint Session, California State Legislature, Sacramento, California 

59G

September 19: Outline for Remarks, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 

59G

September 20: Outline for Remarks, Democratic Rally, Kansas City, Kansas 

59G

September 20: Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas 

59G

September 25: Excerpts from Remarks, Washington County Courthouse, Washington, Pennsylvania 

59G

September 26: Remarks, AFL-CIO COPE Meeting, Detroit, Michigan 

59G

September 26: Excerpts from Remarks, Model Cities Meeting, City Hall, Detroit 

59G

September 27 : Remarks at Rally, Winona Park, Bay City, Michigan 

59G

September 28 : Excerpts from Remarks, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Des Moines, Iowa 

59G

October 2 : Excerpts from Remarks, American Bankers Association, Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois 

59G

October 3 : University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 

59G

October 4 : Excerpts from Remarks, University of Southern California, Los Angeles 

59G

October 5 : Excerpts from Remarks, Democratic Rally, Nashville War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, Tennessee 

59G

October 7: Excerpts from Remarks, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 

59G

October 7: Excerpts from Remarks, Hotel Syracuse, Syracuse, New York 

59G

October 7: Excerpts from Remarks, New York Hilton Hotel, International Association of Ironworkers 

59G

October 8: Excerpts from Remarks, Rally, War Memorial Auditorium, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

59H

October 8: Excerpts from Remarks, International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood, Florida 

59H

October 8: Excerpts from Remarks, Miami, Florida 

59H

October 8: Excerpts from Remarks, Williams Park, St. Petersburg, Florida 

59H

October 9: American Gas Association, Philadelphia 

59H

October 9: Remarks, Rally, Philadelphia 

59H

October 9: Excerpts from Remarks, Humphrey-Muskie Luncheon, Bellevue 

59H

October 9: Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia 

59H

October 9: Excerpts from Remarks, Pilsudski Hall, Philadelphia 

59H

October 9: Dedication Ceremony, Wharton Community Center, Philadelphia 

59H

October 10 : Excerpts from Remarks, Camden, New Jersey 

59H

October 12: Speech Notes, Presque Isle, Maine 

59H

October 12: Speech Notes, Airport, Providence, Rhode Island 

59H

October 13 : Excerpts from Remarks, Checktowago, New York 

59H

October 15 : Speech Notes, Brooklyn, New York 

59H

October 14: Remarks, Democratic Fundraising Dinner, American Hotel, NYC 

59H

October 14: Excerpts from Remarks, Larkin Plaza, Yonkers, New York 

59H

October 15: Excerpts from Remarks, National Council of Women, New York Hilton Hotel 

59H

October 15: Speech Notes, Harlem and Bedford-Stuyvesant 

59H

October 15: Speech Notes, Brooklyn, New York 

59H

October 17 : Excerpts from Remarks, Chicago, Illinois 

59H

October 18: Excerpts from Remarks, Hammond, Indiana 

59H

October 18: Excerpts from Remarks, Wisconsin State University, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 

59H

October 19: Excerpts from Remarks, Airport, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

59H

October 19: Excerpts from Remarks, Democratic Rally and Barbecue, Catoosa, Oklahoma 

59H

October 19: Notes for Remarks, Carl Albert Barbecue, McAlester, Oklahoma 

59H

October 21: Excerpts from Remarks, Springfield, Massachusetts 

59H

October 21: Excerpts from Remarks, Boston College 

59H

October 21: Excerpts from Remarks, Rally at South Boston, Andrews Square 

59H

Wallace Record 

59H

1968 Campaign Speeches (2 folders) 

59I

Other 

Box

[Schedules] 

59

1968 Financial Disclosure 

59

1968-70 Maine Democratic Party Roster 

58

850 Politics 1968 : McCarthy's Campaign (7 folders) 

32

Balance of Payments 

45

Ballots (2 folders) 

32

Bellevue Stratford 

59

Booklets featuring text excerpted from Hubert H. Humphrey’s speeches, published by United Democrats for Humphrey: Humanity’s Rights, To Provide Quality Education, Alliance Against Deprivation, The Fulfillment of Human Rights, Civil Order, Social Justice, To Make Europe One, To Insure Domestic Tranquility, The Free Society, Adventure in Opportunity, and Marshall Plan for Our Cities 

57A

Booklets published by the Democratic National Committee:Democratic Manual for the Democratic National Convention of 1968; The Democratic Party Ever Young and Creative; Radio-TV Campaign Manual; Registration ’68 Key to Victory; Operation Support Shirt Pocket Handbook 1968 

57A

Booklets published by the Democratic National Committee:Victory ’68 Democratic Campaign Handbook 1968; Precinct Victory ’68 Democratic Precinct Handbook 1968; County Victory ’68 Democratic County Handbook 1968 

57A

Campaign and Post-campaign Clippings 1968-1969 (3 folders) 

58

Campaign Financial Statements 

45

Campaign Miscellany 

57

Campus Confrontation 

32

Cartoon Book: That Wild Campaign of '68 

58

Children Thank You 

41

Congratulations (5 folders) 

29

Congratulations Answered (Sept.) (2 folders) 

29

Congratulations Robo (2 folders) 

29

Congratulations (5 folders) 

30

Congratulations (17 folders) 

45-47

Congratulations (3 folders) 

48

Crank Mail (2 folders) 

28

Democratic Fact Book, 1968 

57

Democratic Party Platform 

45

Dissenting Democrats 

22

DNC Memos 

23

DNC Political Profiles of the 50 States 1967 

59I

Eastern - Down East, Yankee    

23

ESM - Vice President 

58

ESM's relatives 

31

Expenses 

59

Gallup Polls 

31

General Correspondence (10 folders) 

27-28

General Correspondence (6 folders) 

39-40

General Election Correspondence (3 folders) 

22

General Materials 

27

George Mitchell File on ESM Financial Statement 

59

GOP Platform - Nixon Record - Promises and Reality 

41

Here Are the Humphreys, booklet published by United Democrats for Humphrey 

57A

Humphrey 

41

Humphrey-Muskie (11 folders) 

42-43

Humphrey-Muskie Campaign Memos for Sept. 1968 (2 folders) 

22

Incoming Letters (2 folders) 

32

Issues and Answers 

42

Jane Muskie Press Kit 

59I

Maine Citizens for Humphrey-Muskie – General Election Campaign - Report of Contributions and Expenses (Donated by Scott F.Hutchinson) 

59

Maine Political Handbook 

59I

Meet the Press, Sept. 1 [and August 25], 1968 

57

Miscellaneous Democratic Party newsletters and pamphlets featuring LBJ and HHH 

57A

Mrs. Muskie's Personal File 

32

Muskie (2 folders) 

59I

Muskie-Agnew Debate 

42

News Releases (Political News Summaries) 

22

Nixon (2 folders) 

41

Nixon News Clippings and Ephemera (Donated by David R. Anderson in 

41

Nixon-Agnew 

43

Palmer House 

59

Pamphlets-brochures (2 folders) 

32

Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee 

59

Polish Vote 

23

Post Election 

40-41

Post Election 

45

Post-Election Correspondence (6 folders) 

36-37

Presidential Debates 

42

Press Kits (4 folders) 

22-23

Press Releases (4 folders) 

57B

Proof Ballots (2 folders) 

48

Room Assignments 

32

Secret Service Protection 

23

Senator Edmund Muskie, 1968 Presidential Election Campaign (Schedule) 

58

Series of Booklets on Democratic Party policies, featuring LBJ: To Serve the People: A Program for the American Economy; ...for ConsumerProtection; ...for Better Cities; ...for Education; ...for Public Broadcasting; ...for Clean Air and Clean Water; ...for Safety in theStreets. 

57A

Speeches, schedules, correspondence and memos retained by Sen. 

59I

Speeches: October 5 - November 5 (7 folders) 

57C

Telegrams 

23

Thank You Master Copy 

31

Thank You Travel (3 folders) 

31

Thank Yous (7 folders) 

30-31

Thank Yous (24 folders) 

33-36

The People's Choices [Voter education publication by] Jefferson Parish [Louisiana] Library  

59I

Thurmond 

23

United Democrats for Humphrey – Requests for Transportation and Per Diem 

38

United Democrats for Humphrey – Requests for Transportation and Per Diem (4 folders) 

39

Vice Presidential Candidates-Agnew 

42

Vice Presidential Candidates-Muskie (2 folders) 

41

Vice President's Tours 

41

Wallace 

41

White Copy 

30

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Subseries E: 1970 Senate reelection campaign 1970-1971   12.0 Linear feet 24 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content

This subseries contains the records of the Maine for Muskie and Citizens for Muskie committees, which organized Muskie's 1970 Senate reelection campaign against Republican challenger Neil Bishop, a former state senator.

The files consist of financial documents, briefing books on various campaign issues, files on press relations and publicity, staffing, campaign support groups such as Lawyers for Muskie, and folders on specific issues such as the environment, education and foreign policy. The subseries also includes the files of campaign manager George J. Mitchell, who later was staff director of the Muskie for President Committee and succeeded Muskie in the U.S. Senate.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in the order it was received when it was shipped to Bates, with later accessions and records reassigned from other series added at the end.

Box

"Let's Help to Keep Maine Clean" Ink Print 

79

1964 Research Material 

78

(1968 Campaign) Ad - Local Events 

78

89th and 90th Congresses 

76

Additional List - Invitation 

78

Advertisements 

70

Agriculture 

74

Advertising - Monthly 

78

Appointments 

72

Bishop 

79

Briefing Book, 1970 Campaign (2 folders) 

67

Campaign 

60

Campaign Donation Notebook C, A-L 

68

Campaign Donation Notebook C, M-Z 

69

Campaign Fund Receipts and Correspondence 

74

Campaign Seventy 

67

Campus Unrest 

77

Chairman, Maine for Muskie 1970 

73

Citizens for a Better Maine Committee 

61

Citizens for Muskie 

Box

General 

61

Receipts and Disbursements 

62-63

General 

64

Bank Statements 

66

Deposit Slips 

66

Paid Bills 

66

Hotel-motel 

67

John Martin 

67

Miscellaneous 

67

Office Expenses – Supplies 

67

Office Supplies – Telephone 

67

Pre-primary Paid Bills 

67

Travel Expenses – Air 

67

Unpaid Bills 

67
Box

Citizens Groups 

71

Citizens Reception Committee – Report of Contributions and Expenditures (donated by Scott F. Hutchinson) 

67

Civil Rights 

76

Clippings 

79

Committee Work 

79

Contributions Received 

60

Contributors 

71

Correspondence Files (21 files, arranged alphabetically) 

68

County Officers 

74

County Solicitors 

75

Curtis Campaign 

79

Delegate Package, Maine Democratic State Committee 

83A-1

Demo TV Broadcast 

69

Democratic State Committee 

71

Democratic State Committee 

78

Dinners for Muskie (9/26/70) 

81

DNC [Democratic National Committee] 

76

Do-something Congress 

78

Draft 

76

Drugs 

77

Economic Affairs Speeches 

74

Economic Development 

76

Economics 

78

EDA [Economic Development Administration] (2 folders) 

75

Education and Drug Abuse 

76

Education I 

76

Education II 

77

Education Speeches 

74

Elderly 

77

Election night 1970 

78

Election Statistics 

73

Elementary and Secondary Education 

74

Employment Policy 

77

Endorsements 

71

Environment 

77

Equipment 

79

ESM Election-eve Televised Speech, draft copy 

70

ESM Record – Sponsored and Cosponsored 

78

ESM Record as Governor – Speeches 

70

ESM - Agnew - M.C. Smith - Attendance, Voting 

73

Expense Vouchers (9 folders) 

61-62

Farmers for Muskie 

71

Finances 

73

Finances (includes Report SC) 

78

Fiscal and Monetary Policy 

77

For John Martin 

75

Fund Raiser – Aroostook 

78

FWPCA [Federal Water Pollution Control Administration] 

75

General (2 folders) 

72

George Mitchell Campaign and Correspondence Files    

82-83

Get out the Vote 

79

Government Operations and Politics 

75

Health and Welfare 

77

Higher Education 

77

Housing 

76-77

HUD [U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development] 

77

Intergovernmental Affairs 

77

Intergovernmental Relations 

76

Intergovernmental Relations 

78

Itinerary 

81

John L. Martin (Schedules and Correspondence) 

68

July 31st Meeting Cards 

81

Justice 

75

Justice and Equal Rights 

77

Justice and Equal Rights Speeches 

74

Kenneth M. Curtis 

73

Key Speeches assembled for 1970 Campaign 

70

Labor 

73-74

Labor and Manpower 

77

Labor and Manpower Speeches 

74

Labor Film, 10/1/70 

69

Labor Policy 

77

Law and Order 

77

Lawyers for Muskie 

71

Legislation Cosponsored 

78

Legislation Sponsored or Co-sponsored by ESM 

76

Legislative 

74

Letters to the Editor 

73

Letters to the Editor 

76

Machiasport Hearing 

75

Machiasport Original 

75

Maine Campaign (includes welfare, materials, research, ESM) 

73-74

Maine Democratic Party (includes vote Analysis) 

67-68

Maine Democratic State Committee 

74

Maine Education 

76

Maine Farmers Support Ed Muskie (Printing Plate) 

79

Maine for Muskie Campaign 

Box

General 

60-61

General Correspondence 

60

Speeches 

60, 70

General 

61

Miscellaneous 

61

Receipts (6 folders) 

66

Maine for Muskie Committee 

Box

Contributions (3 folders) 

60

Nomination Papers (2 folders) 

60

Press Releases 

60

Scheduling 

60

General 

61

Records 

64

Bank Statements 

64-65

Check Stubs 

65

Deposit Slips (2 folders) 

65

Ledger 

65

General 

68
Box

Maine General Speeches    

74

Maine History 

74

Maine Lawyers for Muskie Committee 

61

Maine Lawyers for Muskie Committee – Receipts and Disbursements 

66

Maine Task Force 

74

Material Requested by CJM [Charles J. Micoleau] 

74

Materials 

78

Materials Requests 

71-72

Media 

70

Meeting of Solicitors, July 31, 1970 

60

Memorandum 

79

Miscellaneous Memoranda 

72

Muskie Campaign Planning 1970  

67

Muskie Election Committee 

61

Muskie Legislative Record – Itinerary 

78

Neil Bishop (2 folders) 

73

Neil Bishop 

78

Oceanography 

77

OEO [Office of Economic Opportunity] 

76

Office Equipment 

74

Oil – Machiasport 

75

Political Climate Survey 

60

Pollution (2 folders) 

76

Press 

70

Prestile Stream 

75

Radio Time 

60

Radio - Time Buy 

70

Rebuttal, Nov. 2, Cape Elizabeth 

71

Reception Time Schedule 

81

Reports – Fund Raiser 

75

Republican Campaigns 

74

Republicans for Muskie 

71

Research – Maine Projects 

74

Rosters (New Car Dealers, Lawyers, CPAs) 

68

Rosters (Accountants) 

69

Rosters (Real Estate Brokers) 

69

Scheduling 

72

Sept. 26 Dinner 

81

Shoe Import Mailing 

74

Solicitation 

81

Solicitors 

79

Speeches and press releases (Jack Sando files) 

83A

Speeches and Speech Material 

70-71

Speeches and Schedules 

74

Staff 

Box

Contributions 

63

Deposits 

63

Maine for Muskie Committee 

63

Reports, etc. (2 folders) 

63

General 

72

Meetings 

74
Box

Tax Tables 

63

Thank Yous 

61

Thank Yous 

79-81

Trade and Worumbo Case 

76

Transportation 

69

TV and Radio Tape Transcripts 

69

TV Bangor Market 

69

TV Portland Market 

69

TV Presque Isle Market 

69

TV Production 

69

TV Spot Assignment 

69

TV - Time Buy 

69

Vietnam and Southeast Asia 

77

Volume No. 2 

72

Volunteers 

71

Welfare 

77

William Alfond 

73

Young Democrats and Volunteer Recommendations 

70

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Subseries F: 1972 Muskie presidential campaign 1970-1972   247.0 Linear feet 494 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content

By the time Muskie announced he was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the president January 30, 1972, a Muskie for President Committee with a large and growing staff had been in operation in Washington, D.C. since early 1971. The records in this subseries are the office files of that organization and related organizations in Maine. They document almost every aspect of Muskie's unsuccessful campaign.

In particular, the records provide detailed information on the structure of the committee staff and the work of several senior staff members in the campaign, candidate Muskie's activities and statements, and the role of his wife Jane Gray Muskie in the campaign. The files also contain many strategic internal documents related to the campaign and the development of Muskie's positions on national and international issues.

State political files 

Alabama 

Box

General Information 

84

Political Memos 

84

Alaska 

Box

General Information 

84

Political Memos 

84

Issues 

84

Past Voting Statistics 

84

Voting Laws 

84

Party Rules 

84

Arizona 

Box

General 

84

Issues 

84

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

84

Trip, November 5, 1971 

84

Letters to Arizona People, 1971 

84

Political Memos 

84

Arkansas 

Box

General Information 

84

General 

84

California 

Box

Memos 

84

Delegate Selection 

85

State Party 

85

Maps and Primary Vote 

85

Miscellaneous 

85

Demography 

85

General Information 

85

Political Memos 

85

Issues 

85

Polls 

85

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

85

May 1971 California Trip 

85

January 1971 California Trip-Background Material 

85

January 1971 California Trip-Follow-up Reports and Information 

85

September 1970 - San Francisco, Los Angeles 

85

March 1970 - San Francisco 

85

Colorado 

Box

The Colorado Democrat 

85

Invitations 

85

General Information 

85

State Events 

85

Political Memos 

85

News Clippings 

85

Denver Trip, November 6, 1971 

85

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

85

Connecticut 

Box

General Information 

85

Issues 

85

Polls 

85

State Events 

85

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

85

Political Memos 

85

Connecticut Trip, February 26, 1972 

85

Support File 

85

Delaware 

Box

General Information 

85

Voting Laws 

85

Party Rules 

85

Political Memos 

85

Delaware Trip Thank Yous 

85

Committed Support File 

85

Correspondence 

85

District of Columbia 

85

Homebuilders 

85

Demography 

85

General Information 

85

Issues 

85

Voting Laws 

85

Committed Support 

87

Trips – Speaking Engagements 

87

Political Memos 

87

Florida 

Box

January 6-8, 1972, Tallahassee, Orlando, Tampa, Miami 

87

Demography 

87

General Information 

87

Opposition Efforts 

87

State Events 

87

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

87

Committed Support 

87

Polls 

87

Political Memos 

87

Trips 

87

January 26 - February 1, 1972, Pensacola, etc. 

87

Briefing Book for Florida (February 14-19) 1972 

87

Florida, February 14-19, 1972 – George Mitchell 

87

Lists, Voting Laws, Trip Reports, etc. (2 folders) 

87

Florida VIPs 

87

Florida Background 

87

Florida Background 

88

Florida Citizens for Muskie 

88

Georgia 

Box

Past Voting Statistics 

88

State Events 

88

Committed Support 

88

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

88

Demography 

88

General Information 

88

Political Memos 

88

Atlanta Trip, Week of May 1 

88

Georgia Robos 

88

Atlanta Trip, December 11-12 

88

Hawaii 

Box

General Information 

88

Political Memos 

88

Committed Support 

88

Idaho 

Box

General Information 

88

Past Voting Statistics 

88

Committed Support 

88

Political Memos 

88

Trip 

88

Illinois 

Box

Illinois (2 folders) 

88

Extra Lists and YMC [Youth for Muskie Committee] Information 

89

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

89

Political Memos 

89

General Information 

89

Issues 

89

Polls 

89

Trips and Thank Yous 

89

Committed Support 

89

Indiana 

Box

Political Memos 

89

Trips and Thank Yous 

89

Committed Support 

89

State Events 

89

Opposition Effort 

89

General Information 

89

Iowa 

Box

General 

89

Political Memos 

89

General Information 

89

Polls 

89

Iowa Trip, September 1971 

89

Kansas 

Box

August 2, 1971 

90

Political Correspondence (2 folders) 

90

General Information 

90

Committed Support 

90

Kansas City Trip, December 18-19, 1970 

90

Political Memos 

90

Kentucky 

Box

General Information 

90

Political Memos 

90

Kentucky, January 26 

90

Kentucky Robos 

90

Committed Support 

90

Louisiana 

Box

General 

90

Demography 

90

General Information 

90

Past Voting Statistics 

90

Committed Support 

90

Baton Rouge - New Orleans Trip, April 14-15, 1971 

90

Political Memos 

90

Issues 

90

Maine 

Box

Correspondence 

90

Campaign '70 

90

General Information 

90

Demography 

90

Issues 

90

Past Voting Statistics 

90

Polls 

90

State Events 

90

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

91

Political Memos 

91

Maryland 

Box

Political Memos 

91

General Information 

91

Past Voting Statistics 

91

State Events 

91

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

91

Committed Support 

91

Memoranda 

91

Baltimore Dinner, December 2 

91

Massachusetts 

Box

Political Memos 

91

Trip Thank Yous 

91

Committed Support 

91

State Events 

91

General Information 

91

Michigan 

Box

General Information 

91

Past Voting Statistics 

91

Polls 

91

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

91

Committed Support 

91

Detroit Trip – Follow Up 

92

Political Memos 

92

Minnesota 

Box

 

92

Mississippi 

Box

General Information 

92

Political Memos 

92

Committed Support 

92

Missouri 

Box

General 

92

Governor Hearnes 

92

State Events 

92

Political Memos 

92

Press Clippings 

92

Montana 

Box

Demography 

92

General Information 

92

Issues 

92

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

92

Committed Support 

92

Political Memos 

92

Montana Trip 

92

Nebraska 

Box

Nebraska (2 folders) 

93

Nebraska Memoranda 

93

General Information 

93

Issues 

93

Johnson-McGiffert Trip, August 16-20 

93

Trip Background 

93

Trip Follow Up 

93

Support 

93

Political Memos 

93

Nevada 

Box

Memoranda 

93

General Information 

93

Committed Support 

93

New Hampshire 

Box

Political Memos (3 folders) 

93

Trip, October 9, 1971 

93

Trip Book, June 18, 19, 20, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and New York, Jack English's Copy 

93

Background Info (General Information) 

94

Follow Up and Thank Yous 

94

Past Voting Statistics 

94

Correspondence 

94

Committed Support 

94

Dover Trip, September 14, 1971, Thank Yous 

94

Keene Trip, October 9, 1971 

94

New Hampshire Press Releases 

94

New Jersey 

Box

Committed Support File 

94

General Information 

94

Past Voting Statistics 

94

Polls 

94

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

94

Trip Background 

94

Trip Follow Up 

94

Profile 

94

Political Memos 

94

New Mexico 

Box

New Mexico, December 18 

94

Invitations 

94

Background Information 

94

General Information 

94

Issues 

94

Political Memos 

94

Committed Support 

94

New York 

Box

Political Memos (3 folders) 

95

N.Y. Trip, June 20, 1971; Other Trips, Thank Yous (2 folders) 

95

General Information (2 folders) 

96

Issues 

96

Past Voting Statistics 

96

State Events 

96

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

96

Committed Support 

96

Lists of Democrats 

96

1971 Elections 

96

North Carolina 

Box

North Carolina Trip, February 13-14, 1971 

96

North Carolina Robos 

96

Political Memos (2 folders) 

96

YDC [Young Democratic Club] People 

96

General Information 

96

Past Voting Statistics 

97

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

97

Committed Support 

97

Members, American Political Science Association 

97

Charlotte, November 18 

97

North Dakota 

Box

Committed Support 

97

Political Memos 

97

South Dakota and North Dakota 

97

Ohio 

Box

General Information 

97

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

97

Committed Support 

97

Jack English – Ohio Convention 

97

Political Memos 

97

Ohio Trip 

97

Oklahoma 

Box

General 

97

General Information 

97

Polls 

97

Committed Support 

97

Political Memos 

98

General Contact Lists 

98

Demographics – Voting 

98

Correspondence 

98

Oregon 

Box

Oregon VIPs 

98

Memos 

98

Delegate Selection 

98

State Party 

98

Committed Support 

98

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

98

Political Memos 

98

Trip Follow Up 

98

Issues 

98

Past Voting Statistics 

98

Demography 

98

General Information 

98

Pennsylvania 

Box

Demography 

98

Issues 

98

Opposition Efforts 

98

Past Voting Statistics 

98

Polls 

98

State Events 

98

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

98

Committed Support 

99

Trip – Washington-Jefferson 

99

General Information (2 folders) 

99

Political Memos 

99

Puerto Rico 

Box

P.R. Follow Up 

99

Puerto Rico (2 folders) 

99

General Background Memos 

99

Rhode Island 

Box

General Information 

99

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

99

Trip-10/8/1971 

99

Trip-May 17-18, 1970 

99

South Carolina 

Box

General Information 

99

Committed Support 

99

Political Memos 

100

Trip, Columbia, September 20 

100

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Box

Robos 

100

Trip, Chattanooga, September 20 

100

Political Memos 

100

Polls 

100

General Information 

100

Past Voting Statistics 

100

Invitations – State Events 

100

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

100

General VIP Correspondence 

100

Texas 

Box

Committed Support 

100

Political Memos 

100

Trip, July 1 

100

Issues 

100

Past Voting Statistics 

100

Polls 

100

State Events 

100

Voting Laws – Party Rules 

100

General Information (2 folders) 

101

Utah 

Box

General Information 

101

Issues 

101

Polls 

101

State Events 

101

Political Memos 

101

Committed Support 

101

Political Lists 

101

Newsclips 

101

Vermont 

Box

General Information (2 folders) 

101

Political Memos 

101

Virginia 

Box

Trip (2 folders) 

101

General Information 

101

Political Memos 

101

Outdated Information 

102

Washington 

Box

General 

102

Citizens Committee Activities 

102

Issues 

102

General Information 

102

Opposition Efforts 

102

Past Voting Statistics 

102

Political Memos 

102

Committed Support 

102

West Virginia 

Box

Trip, Morgantown, September 18 

102

General Information 

102

Past Voting Statistics 

102

Committed Support 

102

Invitations 

102

Political Memos 

102

Outdated Information 

102

Correspondence 

102

Wisconsin 

Box

General Information 

102

Committed Support 

102

Political Memos 

102

Demography 

102

Polls 

102

Wyoming 

Box

General Information 

102

Issues 

102

Political Memos 

102

Committed Support 

102

Press clippings organized by state, 1971 (includes black press, editorials, cartoons, negative comments, letters) 

Box

Alabama 

103

Alaska 

103

Arizona 

103

Arkansas 

103

California 

103

Colorado 

103

Connecticut 

103

Delaware 

103

Florida 

103-104

Georgia 

104

Hawaii – Editorials 

104

Idaho 

104

Illinois 

104

Indiana 

104

Iowa 

104

Kansas : News Items and Editorials 

104

Kentucky 

104

Louisiana 

104

Maine 

104-105

Maryland 

105

Massachusetts 

105

Michigan 

105-106

Minnesota 

106

Mississippi 

106

Missouri 

106

Montana 

106

New Hampshire 

106

New Jersey 

106

New York 

106-107

North Carolina 

107

North Dakota 

107

Ohio 

107

Oklahoma 

107

Oregon 

107

Pennsylvania 

107-108

Rhode Island 

108

South Carolina 

108

Tennessee 

108

Texas 

108

Utah 

108

Vermont 

108

Virginia 

108

Washington 

108-109

West Virginia 

109

Wisconsin 

109

Wyoming 

109

District of Columbia 

109

Press clippings organized by state, 1972 (includes black press, editorials, cartoons, negative comments, letters) 

Box

Alabama 

110

Alaska 

110

Arizona 

110

Arkansas 

110

California 

110

Colorado 

110

Connecticut 

110

Delaware 

110

Florida 

110-111

Georgia 

111

Hawaii 

111

Idaho 

111

Illinois 

111

Indiana 

111

Iowa 

111

Kansas 

111

Kentucky 

111

Louisiana 

112

Maine 

112

Maryland 

112

Massachusetts 

112-113

Michigan 

113

Minnesota 

113

Mississippi 

113

Missouri 

113

Montana-Editorials and Cartoons 

113

Nebraska 

113

Nevada 

113

New Hampshire 

113

New Jersey 

114

New Mexico 

114

New York 

114

North Carolina 

114

North Dakota : News Items 

115

Ohio 

115

Oklahoma 

115

Oregon 

115

Pennsylvania 

115

Rhode Island 

116

South Carolina 

116

South Dakota 

116

Tennessee 

116

Texas 

116

Utah 

116

Vermont 

116

Virginia 

116

Washington 

116

West Virginia 

116

Wisconsin 

116-117

Wisconsin 

117

Wyoming 

117

District of Columbia 

117

Volunteer Cards 

By State 

Box

Alabama-California 

118

California-Florida 

119

Florida-Minnesota 

120

New York-Virginia 

122

Mississippi-New York 

121

Virginia-Wyoming 

123

By Name 

Box

A-B 

123

B-D 

124

D-G 

125

G-K 

126

K-M 

127

N-Z and Unfiled 

128

Polling (Anna Navarro’s files) 

California 

Box

California Questionnaire 

129

I California Background 

129

California Original 

130

California Codebook 

130

California Verbatims 

130

Media Polls (3 folders) 

130

California (4 folders) 

130

Florida 

Box

Florida - Organization Strategy 

137

Florida December - Anna's Copy 

137

Florida Panhandle Questionnaire 

137

Panhandle Code Book 

137

I Florida Codebook 

137

286 Panhandle EDP 

137

Florida Tables, Panhandle 

137

Florida Panhandle 

137

Florida Panelback Q 

137

3 Florida Panel 

137

2 Florida Panelback EDP 

137

2 Florida Codebook 

137

4 Florida Tables 

137

Florida - [Dan] Lewis Memo 

137

Florida Election Night Ohio 

137

Florida 

140

State Party 

140

I Florida Original Master 

140

Florida Panhandle 

141

Florida 2 Original (2 folders) 

141

I Florida Master Re-do 

141

I Florida Background 

141

Florida Media Analysis 

141

I Florida Questionnaire 

141

II Florida Questionnaire 

141

II Florida Codebook 

141

I Florida EDP 

141

Florida EDP 

141

II Florida Summary 

141

Florida 2 Issues 

141

Florida Profiles 

141

2 Florida Profiles 

141

Florida December 

142

Florida 

142

Report I Florida 

142

I Florida Anna Navarro 

142

I - Ohio - General Information 

142

Ohio I - EDP and Codebook 

142

I Ohio - Original 

142

I Ohio - 2 Copies of Report 

142

Ohio Student Poll 

142

Massachusetts 

Box

I Massachusetts - Background 

138

Massachusetts Questionnaire 

138

Massachusetts Codebook 

138

Massachusetts EDP 

138

Massachusetts 59142 - Anna's Copy 

138

II Massachusetts Question 

138

2 Massachusetts EDP 

138

2 Massachusetts Codebook 

138

Massachusetts II Original 

138

Massachusetts II - Anna's Copy 

138

New Hampshire 

Box

Election Night 

129

NH Panel Back Q 

129

NH EDP 

129

NH Panel Q 

129

NH Panel - Code 

129

NH Panel Tables 

129

New Hampshire 2 - Anna's Copy 

129

II NH Tables 

129

II NH EDP 

129

I NH Quest 

129

NH Code Book 

129

NH Profiles 

129

NH 2 Volunteered Issues 

129

Summary NH 2 

129

NH 2 Original 

129

NH Codebook 

129

I NH - EDP 

129

I NH Qualitative Analysis 

129

New England Questionnaire 

129

NH Background 

129

NH Questionnaire 

129

Pennsylvania 

Box

Pennsylvania Profiles 

142

Pennsylvania Codebook 

142

II Pennsylvania Questionnaire 

142

Pennsylvania Original 

142

Rhode Island 

Box

Background 

143

Rhode Island Questionnaire 

143

Rhode Island EDP 

143

Rhode Island Codebook 

143

Tennessee 

Box

Tennessee Tables 

143

Tennessee Background 

143

I Tennessee Questionnaire 

143

Tennessee Codebook 

143

Tennessee Profiles 

143

Tennessee Tables 

143

Survey Forms 

Box

New Hampshire 1972 (28 folders) 

181-185

New Hampshire 1971 (22 folders) 

through 189 f.1

Florida 1971 (44 folders) 

189 f. 2 thru 196 f.1

Florida January 1972 (18 folders) 

196 f. 2 thru 198

Florida February 1972 (60 folders) 

99 thru 207 f. 5

Rhode Island 1971 (18 folders) 

207 f. 6 thru 210 f. 3

California 1971 (6 folders) 

210 f. 4 thru 211 f. 2

Tennessee 1972 (36 folders) 

211 f. 3 thru 216 f. 3

Pennsylvania 1971 (48 folders) 

216 f. 4 thru 223 f. 5

Massachusetts 1971 (42 folders) 

223 f. 6 thru 230 f. 2

Massachusetts 1972 (49 folders)    

230 f. 3 thru 237 f. 6

Wisconsin 1971 (45 folders) 

238 thru 244 f. 6 

Wisconsin 1972 (46 folders)  

244 f. 7 thru 251 f. 4

Wisconsin 1972 (2) (48 folders) 

251 f. 5 thru 257 f. 8

Coding Sheets (2 folders) 

258

All others (in box order) 

Box

Massachusetts – Poll Sheets (2 folders) 

130

Muskie Schedule (3 folders) 

131

Executive Committee Meetings 

131

Washington, DC 

131

Washington State 

131

Current Polls – Memos from Anna Navarro (2 folders) 

131

Drugs and Alcohol 

131

Polls (2 folders) 

131

I Wisconsin Original 

131

I Wisconsin Original   

132

Florida Polls (6 folders) 

132

Audits and Surveys 

132

Audience Targeting 

133

AAPC [American Association of Political Consultants] 

133

[Hector] Alcalde - State Polls 

133

E. John Bucci and Associates 

133

Burke [Marketing Research, Inc.] 

133

Bailey, Deardourff and Bowen 

133

Booker, Jimmy 

133

Brain Trust 

133

Bruce Poll 

133

Census 

133

Caddell, Pat 

133

Cantril, [Albert H.] 

133

Contracts-Dead (2 folders) 

133

Contracts- Live 

133

Chicanos 

133

Codebook Forms 

133

Committees 

133

Citizens' Research Foundation 

133

Common Cause 

133

Common Cause Fund-raising 

133

Consumer Research Associates ([Norma] Friedrichs) 

133

CP Broadcasting 

133

Crossley, Leonard 

133

Cubans 

134

Democratic Study Group 

134

[Walter] DeVries (B) 

134

Direct Mail 

134

Demo Reform 

134

Decision Technology, Inc. 

134

Lanny Davis 

134

Democratic National Committee 

134

John Dixon's Papers 

134

[Alex S.] Edelstein 

134

Editorials on Polls 

134

Election 1970 

134

Evans and Novak 

134

Muskie Election Committee 

134

Firms 

134

Fund-raising Memo - Harris and Gallup 

134

Free Academic Data 

134

Freeman, Dr. Harold 

134

Gallup Analysis 

134

Gallup Opinion Index –Muskie/Nixon/Wallace "Trial Heats" 

134

Frank Gannon 

134

General Interviewing Surveys ([Len] Homer) 

134

[Charles E.] Gersch 

134

Glasser, Jerry 

135

Hitlin 

135

PBEC [Public Broadcast Environmental Center] - Harris Poll 

135

Martin Hauan Agency 

135

IRA [Independent Research Associates, Inc.] - [William R.] Hamilton 

135

Indiana 

135

[Henry] Jackson 

135

Johnson (M. Carl) 

135

Registration Information 

135

[Henry J.] Kaufman [and Associates, Inc.] 

135

Legislation 

135

Levine, Bob 

135

[John] Lindsay 

135

Loans 

135

[Samuel] Lubell 

135

George McGovern 

135

Maryland 

135

Rich Mullin 

135

Michigan 

135

Minnesota (A) 

135

Misc. Polls 

135

Nebraska 

135

Nevada 

135

New Jersey (Bucci) 

135

New Jersey (2 folders) 

135

New York 

135

North Carolina Poll 

135

November Contract 

135

Ohio 

135

Oklahoma 

135

Oregon 

135

Polling Specs 

136

[Irving J.] Premack 

136

Hilda Nicoll Piece 

136

Press 

136

Public Polls 

136

Rhode Island (A) 

136

South Carolina 

136

Ray Rasenberger 

136

Rendell, M. M. 

136

Resource Materials 

136

Richard Roberts/Southern Poll 

136

Rubin, Richard 

136

Rumrill-Hoyt, Inc. 

136

SOP 

136

South 

136

Nye Stevens 

136

Strategy (Nixon) 

136

Safe 

136

Larry Samuel 

136

[Richard M.] Scammon 

136

[Lee] Slurzburg [Research, Inc.] 

136

Market - Tab II 

136

MD [University of Maryland] Conference 

136

MEC - SOP 

136

Media Testing 

136

[Joseph] Napolitan [Associates, Inc.] 

136

National Polling Day 

136

Organizations 

136

Proposals - Unsolicited 

136

Piggyback Questions 

136

Poll Disclosure Act 

136

IRA - Pennsylvania 

136

Pennsylvania 

136

Press - Polling 

136

Tennessee 

136

Texas 

137

Utah 

137

IRA - Connecticut 

137

Delaware 

137

Alabama 

138

Arkansas 

138

Arizona 

138

Black Polls 

138

California 

138

California Poll A (2 folders) 

138

Colorado 

139

Connecticut 

139

Georgia 

139

Idaho 

139

Illinois 

139

Martin Hauan, File A 

139

Iowa 

139

Jimmy the Greek 

139

Kansas 

139

Kentucky 

139

Labor Polls 

139

Louisiana 

139

Maine 

139

[Donald E.] Nicoll Notes on Quayle [Poll] 

139

Gallup (2 folders) 

139

Harris Folder (2 folders) 

139

Polling Material 

139

Polling Material (10 Folders) 

140

California EDP 

140

Virginia 

143

Economy 

143

Education (Not Busing, See Race Relations) 

143

Environment 

143

Foreign Policy 

143

Government Structure 

143

Nordy Hoffman 

143

Sidney Hollander 

143

[Gerald D.] Hursh - 1968 Polling (2 folders) 

143

IRA - EDP 

143

IRA - General 

143

Labor 

143

Mass Media 

143

Most Important Problems and Satisfaction Index 

144

Nixon's Popularity 

144

Other Candidates 

144

Political Composition of Nation 

144

Race Relations 

144

Social Programs, Problems 

144

Students – Polls 

144

Tannenwald, Carol 

144

Telephone Polls 

144

Terminal 

144

J. Walter Thompson 

144

Tinker Pritchard Wood, Inc. 

144

TIO [Television Information Office of National Association of Broadcasters] 

144

Trip, Feb. 10-19, '71 

144

Trip Forms 

144

[Edward R.] Tufte (2 folders) 

144

University of Michigan (ISR [Institute for Social Research]) 

144

University of North Carolina 

144

Vice-president 

144

Vietnam 

144

Volunteers 

144

Voting Record 

144

Winona McColough 

145

Women 

145

Women's Lib 

145

Yankelovich [Poll] 

145

Young President's Club Poll 

145

Youth Attitudes (2 folders) 

145

An Analysis of Political Opinions in the United States 

145

Media Market Analysis 

145

Trial Heats Beginning January 1971 (3 folders) 

145

Trial Heats Beginning January 1971 

146

Polls Muskie Favorable Beginning 1970 (3 folders) 

146

Florida Panelback (February 5-15, 1972) 

146

California (October 28 - November 11, 1971) 

146

Rhode Island Master 

146

I Massachusetts (October 7-26, 1971) 

146

Massachusetts 2 (February 5-15, 1972) 

146

Massachusetts Master Copy 

146

Tennessee (January 13-17, 1972) 

146

New Hampshire Panelback (February 9-15, 1972) 

147

New Hampshire Master 

147

I Wisconsin Master 

147

Wisconsin (July 31 - August 19, 1971) 

147

Wisconsin II (February 2-13, 1972) 

147

New Hampshire (September 10-22, 1971) 

147

New Hampshire 2 (January 10-20, 1972) 

147

Pennsylvania (November 29 - December 18, 1971) 

147

Rhode Island (September 23 - October 6, 1971) (3 folders) 

147

Computer Printouts (32 boxes) 

148-180

Crime 

258

Florida II - Originals 

258

NH Tables 

258

NH 2 - Final 

258

I Wisconsin Volunteered Issues 

258

Wyoming IRA 

258

Opinion Polls 

258

Letters Alphabetically (2 folders) 

258

Letters Chronologically (2 folders) 

259

Foreign policy (William A. K. “Tony” Lake’s files) 

Africa 

Box

African American Institute 

259

Africa Trip/Black Caucus 

259

Portuguese Problem 

259

Indochina 

Box

Indochina POWs 

259

Lemberg, Tom/POWs 

259

Refugees 

259

Laos 

259

Vietnam – Postwar Assistance 

260

Documents, Statistics 

260

Refugees, Bombing 

260

Vietnam – Internal 

260

SVN [South Vietnamese] Elections 

260

South Vietnam – U.S. Activities 

260

Casualties - Defoliation 

260

Tet 1968 

260

Vietnamization 

260

Non-Indochinese Government Statements on Indochina 

260

Questions in Foreign Relations Committee 

260

General (2 folders) 

260

Cambodia 

261

Negotiations and Strategy 

261

Tony Lake's File on Indochina (2 folders) 

261

Memos on ESM Record – Chronologies 

261

ESM Voting Record 

261

ESM Statements 1965-1968 

261

ESM Statements - Vietnam 1969-1971 

261

ESM Indochina Speech, Pennsylvania, February 23, 1971 

261

"Selling of the Pentagon," February 23, 1971, Documents 

261

Declaration of Peace 

262

Historical Background/map 

262

ESM Newsletters re Indochina, 1965-69 

262

Vietnam Land Reform (Cosponsored) 

262

Democratic National Committee 

262

International Economic Policy 

Box

General 

262

TaskForce Position Paper, Mar. 23, 1972 

262

Speech – [Anthony M.] Solomon 

262

Latin America 

Box

General (2 folders) 

262

Brazil – Fred Morris 

263

Chile 

263

Middle East 

Box

General 

263

ESM Position – Questions and Answers 

263

Cong. [Gerald R.] Ford's Attack on ESM re M.E. Trip 1971 

263

Jordan 

263

Press Files 

Box

ESM Media, Press, TV, Radio 

263

Muskie Newsletters 

263

Muskie Newsletters (2 folders) 

264

ESM Policy 

264

ESM Remarks, Speeches, etc. (3 folders) 

264

Speeches - Monthly Schedules 

264

Speeches - Schedules and Dockets 

264

Speeches - Current Drafts and Memos 

264

Volunteer Speech Writers 

264

Speeches - February, April, May 1971 

264

Press/Media "Advocates" 

264

ESM Schedules 

264

Briefing Books 

Box

Foreign Policy Meetings, March 25 [1971] 

264

World Affairs Council, April 6 [1971] 

264

[Robert] Kleiman 

265

Young People – Dick Gardner 

265

Brookings [Institution], Thursday, February 25 [1971] 

265

Dick Gardner, DEN, February 24 [1971] 

265

Wednesday Group 

265

Morris Abram Group - Social Policy Group 

265

Mayor [Sam] Yorty 

265

Lists 

Box

Books and Periodicals 

265

Cyrus Vance Group 

265

Leaders of Jewish Organizations 

265

Themes: Working, Review, Subject 

265

Trips 

Box

West Germany, January 1971 

265

Israel, January 1971 

265

UAR and Israel, January 1971 

265

USSR, January 1971 

265

Africa Trip (Lagos Conference, includes correspondence, research files, delegate biographies) 

265-266

Subjects 

Box

Defense (includes Ralph Rasmussen, budget) 

266

Ideas for Issue Development 

267

USIA [United States Information Agency] 

267

State of the World, February 25, 1971 

267

Pentagon Papers 

267

Policy Review Committee 

267

Committees 

Box

Senate Foreign Relations Committee-Arms Control Subcommittee (includes witness files, UN hearings) 

267

Mrs. Jo Pomerance 

268

Vietnam Hearings 

268

Genocide Convention 

268

General 

268

Legislation 

Box

Mondale Amendment – Sense of Senate Resolution 

268

S. Res. 18 - [Mike] Gravel - Relations with China 

268

Sense of Senate Resolution - ESM 

268

Taiwan - Formosa Resolution - Church-Cooper 

268

International Drugs 

268

McGovern-Hatfield Amendment, 1971 

268

Volunteer Army Amendment 

268

Foreign Assistance Appropriations, H.R. 17867 

268

Organizations 

Box

SALT [Strategic Arms Limitation Talks] - General (4 folders) 

268

SALT [Strategic Arms Limitation Talks] - briefing Book, March 3, 1971 

269

United Nations (includes UN Resolution, Geneva Protocol, New Charter - Harold E. Stassen, International Environmental Cooperation.) 

269

Countries 

Box

South Africa 

270

Soviet Union/Soviet-American Relations (includes Alexei Kosygin - International Environment; U.S.-Soviet Trade; U.S. Soviet Confrontation, Soviet Jewry) 

270

Thailand 

270

United Kingdom 

270

Yugoslavia 

270

Foreign Policy Advisors 

Asia 

Box

General 

270

Ackland, Len E. 

270

Bamberger, Craig 

270

Bender, Harry 

270

Bendy, Joseph C. 

270

Chu, Dr. Samuel 

270

Cohen, Jerome 

270

Gelb, Les 

270

Halperin, Mort 

270

Hayes, Samuel 

270

Kurtz, Howard 

270

Mihaly, Eugene 

270

Murray, Charles A. 

270

Perkins, Dwight 

271

Poole, Peter (2 folders) 

271

Reischauer, Edwin 

271

Robertson, Lyle 

271

Robertson, R.E. 

271

Samansky, Arthur 

271

Terrill, Ross 

271

Thompson, James 

271

Tinker, Irene 

271

Whiting, Alan 

271

Wriggins, Howard 

271

Zelnicki, Bob 

271

Europe (Including Common Market) 

Box

Bator, Francis 

271

Borenstein, Irving 

271

Bundy, William P. 

271

Cooper, Richard 

271

Coulter, Douglas 

271

Craig, Gordon 

271

Croan, Melvin 

271

Goldman, Guido 

271

Haas, Ernest 

271

Hoag, Malcolm W. 

271

Kaufman, William W. 

271

Kurth, James 

271

Leddy, John 

271

Lindberg, Leon 

271

Machlup, Fritz 

271

McGhee, Ambassador George 

271

Newhouse, John 

271

Rowland, Benjamin 

271

Schilling, Warner 

271

Stolnikoff, Eugene B. 

271

Stone, Shepard 

271

Swearer, Howard 

271

Triffin, Robert 

271

Ullman, Richard H. 

271

Vernon, Raymond 

271

Wahl, A. Nicholas 

271

Wyle, Frederick S. 

271

Arms Control 

Box

General (2 folders) 

271

Doty, Paul 

271

Drell, Dr. Sidney D. 

271

Feld, Bernard 

271

Ruina, Jack 

271

Africa 

Box

Fredericks, Dr. Wayn 

272

Good, Robert 

272

Haynes, Ulric 

272

Hunter, Robert 

272

Jones, Joseph 

272

Karis, Tom 

272

King, David S. 

272

Mahoney, Brenda 

272

Markham, John 

272

Meagher, John 

272

Morgenthau, Mrs. Ruth S. 

272

Oudes, Bruce 

272

Panofsky, Hans 

272

Persaud, Moti (Africa, Minority Groups) 

272

Pisano, Jane 

272

Robinson, Dr. James 

272

[Stephen M.] Schwebel (Namibia) 

272

Segall, Marchall 

272

Shepherd, Dr. George 

272

Skinner, Elliot 

272

Smythe, Hugh H. 

272

Stremlau, John 

272

Tinker, Miss Irene 

272

International Cooperation 

Box

General 

272

Disaster Relief Organization 

272

Gardner, Richard 

272

Mihaly, Eugene B. 

272

Yarmolinsky, Adam 

272

Yost, Charles 

272

Foreign Policy Machinery 

Box

Bator, Francis 

272

Baxter, William F. 

272

Hoffmann, Stanley 

272

Huntington, Samuel 

272

Steinbruner, Dr. John 

272

General Advisors 

Box

Abel, Elie 

272

Barnett, A. Doak (New York Group) 

272

Bator, Francis 

272

Brenner, Dr. Michael 

272

Carter, William 

272

Christie, Prof. George 

272

Daniels, Robert 

272

Firstenberg, Paul B. (New York) 

273

Heymann, Philip 

273

Hilsman, Roger 

273

Hunter, Robert 

273

Huntington, Sam 

273

Hyman, Lester S. 

273

Krogh, Peter 

273

Lampson, Edward T. 

273

Manning, Bayless 

273

Marks, Leonard 

273

Moorstein, Dick 

273

Nielson, Waldemar 

273

Pastor, Raphael (Soviet Union, Europe) 

273

Polk, William 

273

Read, Ben 

273

Schiffer, Robert L. (Speechwriter) 

273

Schwebel, Stephen 

273

Shriver, Sargent 

273

Sullivan, Jack 

273

Vance, Cyrus 

273

Vance, McPherson 

273

Latin America 

Box

General 

273

Arbogast, Stephen 

273

Beaver, Richard 

273

Bradford, Colin 

273

Cameron, Duncan 

273

Essaye, Anthony 

273

Fisher, Julie 

273

Hall, Ridgeway 

273

Herrera, Tony 

273

Hervey, Ralph J. 

273

Hoffenberg, H.L. 

273

Holway, James R. 

273

Knight, Peter 

273

Other (Foreign Policy Advisors) 

Box

Policy – Academic Assistance 

271

Personnel/organization 

272

[Chira, Robert] 

272

[International Environment] 

272

Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 

272

Campbell, Jim 

272

[Alexander P.] Hixon 

272

Domestic and Foreign Policy Task Force 

272

Answers to Miscellaneous Letters Not Advisors/Farber, Stephen B. 

273

China 

Box

Economy 

276

Education Policy 

276

Political Development 

276

Congressional Action on China 

276

U.S.-China and the UN 

276

U.S.-China Relations 

276

Taiwan - China 

276

Foreign Relations 

276

IB.U.S., China and the UN 

276

IIA.China's Development of a Foreign Policy 

276

IIB.China's Relations with the Soviet Union 

276

IIC.China - Indochina 

276

IID.China - UN 

276

IIF.China - Military Strength) 

276

IIG.China's Relations with Other Nations 

276

Confidential 

276

Europe 

Box

General (2 folders) 

276

Kaiser, Ronn 

276

Murphy, Patrick W. 

276

Radio Free Europe and Radio Europe 

276

Policy Advisory Groups 

Military Programs and Budget 

Box

Europe and Israel 

279

Asher, Harold 

279

Benson, Robert 

279

Collins, Paul 

279

Group 

279

King, Edward L 

279

Shulman, Marshall D. - New York Group 

279

Kistiakowsky, G.B. 

279

Morozumi, Dr. Henry 

279

Philbrick, John C. 

279

Pomerance, Jo 

280

Schwimmer, Bob 

280

Slocombe, Walter 

280

Smith, Harold 

280

Stone, Dr. J. 

280

Warnke, Paul 

280

New York Group 

Box

Manning, Bayless 

280

New York Group 

280

Nielsen, Waldemar 

280
Box

Cheryl Chamberlain's Groups (international economy) 

280

Third World 

Box

Goodman, Allen 

280

Heller, J. R. 

280

Kasdan, Alan R. 

280

Lloyd, Henry 

280

Perera, Phillips 

280

Trade and International Finance 

Box

Balance of Payments 

280

King, David/Trade Policy 

280

Mead, Walter J./Trade 

280

Orloff, Neil 

280

Solomon, Anthony M. 

280

Weil, Robert 

280

USSR and East Europe 

Box

[Zbigniew] Brzezinski 

280

Cowan, John A. 

280

Daniels, Robert 

280

Horelick, Arnold 

280

Lisann, Maury 

280

Ullman, Richard 

280

Williams, Mrs. Kathleen 

280

Latin America 

Box

Winslow, John F. 

280

Brennan, Stephen 

280

Maullin, Richard 

280

Morales-Carrion, Arturo 

280

Kasdan, Alan R. 

281

Lawton, George 

281

Leeds, Nance 

281

Linowitz, Sol 

281

Marcus, Elliot A. 

281

Marin, Adrian S. 

281

Group Papers 

281

Rielly, John 

281

Rogers, William D. 

281

Shelp, Ronald K. 

281

Sigmund, Paul 

281

Silvert, Kalman H. 

281

Skidmore, Tom 

281

Spencer, David (Volunteer) 

281

Stephansky, Dr. Ben 

281

Middle East 

Box

General 

281

Alexander, Sidney 

281

Battle, Licius 

281

Berger, Morroe 

281

Brountas, Paul F. 

281

Danz, Stephen F. 

281

Fisher, Roger 

281

Gelb, Les 

281

Ghorbal, Dr. 

281

Ginsberg, David 

281

Hart, Ambassador Parker 

281

Horan, Hume 

281

Krepon, Mike 

281

Lachman, Seymour 

281

Nolte, Richard H. 

281

O'Connor, James 

281

Oestreich, David 

281

Phelan, Daniel 

281

Policy 

281

Quandt, William 

281

Ramberg, Bennett 

281

Rosenblatt, Peter 

281

Safran, Prof. Nadav 

282

Schwebel, Stephen 

282

Shestak, Jerome 

282

Silber, Bettina 

282

Smith, Daniel 

282

Topol, Alan J. 

282

Van Dusen, Mike 

282

Weinbaum, Dr. 

282

Wriggins, Howard 

282

All Other (Foreign Policy, Lake) 

Box

Atlantic Conference (2 folders) 

259

Background Papers – Memos – Developing Countries 

259

Important Memos 

259

Botswana 

259

Brazil 

259

Intelligence - Proposed Select Senate Committee 

262

Intelligence - Research Outline 

262

Iran 

262

Ireland 

262

International Cooperation 

262

Japan (2 folders) - Special Problems – EEC [European Economic Community]/Japan 

262

Korea 

262

Peter Rosenblatt 

263

Correspondence (2 folders) 

263

Materials 

263

Outside Groups : Memos to ESM 

265

Tony Lake (Confidential) 

265

Special Information 

265

ESM Appearances 

273

Ireland 

274

Romania 

274

SALT - Town Hall Speech, April 7, 1971 (2 folders) 

274

SALT - Underground Test Ban and Underground Testing 

274

North Vietnam/Bombing - POWs 

274

Pakistan (2 folders) 

274

Poland 

274

Correspondence 

274

Africa/Portugal: Azores - Africa Statement – Nicoll Working File 

275

Air and Water Pollution 

275

Aid (2 folders) 

275

Arms Control 

275

Canada 

275

Cuba 

276

Foreign Policy Machinery 

277

General Trade Policy 

277

Greece 

277

Government Organization 

277

[Mr. and Mrs. Howard] Kurtz International Peace Organization 

277

Haiti 

277

Herbicides 

277

India 

277

Indochina - [Lt. William] Calley 

277

Indochina - Postwar Assistance 

277

Issues and Answers - Press and Political 

277

Issues and Answers - Foreign (Don's Copy) 

277

Foreign Assistance Appropriations, H.R. 17867 

278

Legislation 

278

Members of Congress for Peace through Law 

278

Classification 

278

Environment 

278

Fisheries 

278

[Walter] Mondale Trade Bill 

278

Vietnam Resolution, Withdrawal, Sen. [Edward W.] Brooke 

278

S. Res. 66 ([Vance] Hartke, re Withdrawal Indochina) 

278

Concurrent Resolution – Adlai Stevenson, re Vietnam Elections 

278

Miscellaneous (2 folders) 

278

SALT Speech Folder 

278

SALT Speech Folder 

279

Correspondence File 1971-1972 

279

Themes 

282

Advance (Mike Casey’s files) 

Volunteers 

Box

Alabama 

282

Arizona 

282

California 

282

Connecticut 

282

Florida 

282

Georgia 

282

Idaho 

282

Illinois 

282

Kentucky 

282

Maine 

282

Maryland 

282

Michigan 

282

Mississippi 

282

New Hampshire 

282

New Jersey 

282

New York 

282

North Carolina 

282

Ohio 

282

Oklahoma 

282

Oregon 

282

Pennsylvania 

282

Puerto Rico 

282

Texas 

282

Vermont 

282

Virginia 

282

West Virginia 

282

Wisconsin 

282

Campaign Operations 

Box

Labor File 

283

Political Request (1970) 

283

Political Intelligence 

283

Political Strategy 

283

Transportation (2 folders) 

283

Campaign Media 

283

Democratic National Committee (2 folders) 

283

Scheduling File 

283

Volunteers 

283

MKC [Michael K. Casey] Memos 1970 (2 folders) 

283

MKC 

283

January Acceptances 

283

Private File 

283

National Campaign 1970 (4 folders) 

284

Speech Production 

284

Staff Meetings 

284

Speech Forms 

284

Mike Casey Scheduling Checklist 16 

284

Proposed Travel Plan 

284

Poll File (2 folders)    

284

ERC [Eliot R. Cutler] Memo – Scheduling Operation 

284

MKC Memo – Advance Operation 

285

MKC (Memoranda) 

285

Resumes A-Z (includes [William A.] Briggs, [M. Ronald] McNulty, [Jerry M.] Dale) 

285-286

Operations (2 folders) 

286

Operations (2 folders) 

287

Schedules (3 folders) 

287

Advance Men ([Hubert H.] Humphrey 1968) 

287

Advance Manual ( 2 folders) 

287

Advance Manual 

288

Advance Operation 

288

Trip File 

288

ESM's Schedule 1972 (3 folders) 

288

Advance People 

Box

Peter R.W. Bellerman 

289

Michael Cardozo 

289

Kevin Connell 

289

Rose Economu 

289

Richard Evans 

289

Fariborz Fatemi 

289

James Hamilton 

289

Robyn Hickey 

289

Andrew Kilpatrick 

289

Mary Lansing 

289

A. Dale Ledbetter 

289

Marsha Pinkstaff 

289

Nicholas Ridgely 

289

James Russek 

289

Timothy G. Smith 

289

David Strout 

289

M.L. Clark Tyler 

289

Michael Weiss 

289

Trip files 

Box

Florida Whistlestop 

289

California Trip ([Richard] Evans/[Ron] Eastman), January 22-27, 1971 

290

International Association of Machinists, Washington, D.C., February 1, 1971 

290

United Jewish Appeal Dinner, Palm Beach, Florida (Richard E. Evans, Charlie Glazer), February 18, 1971) 

290

March 16, 1971, Cherry Hill [New Jersey] 

290

Institutional Investors' Conference, New York City (C. Glazer), March 17, 1971 

290

State Chairman's Dinner, Washington, D.C., March 25, 1971 

290

Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Wilmington, Delaware (Nicholas Ridgely), March 31, 1971 

290

AFL-CIO State Convention, New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana ([Richard] Evans and [Fariborz S.] Fatemi), April 15, 1971 

290

World Affairs/WFIL-TV, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ([Paul] Sheehan), April 6, 1971 

290

Lehigh Valley Farmers Cooperative, Annual Dinner, April 15, 1971 

290

Manchester, New Hampshire ([Paul] Sheehan/[Kevin] Connell), April 16, 1971 

290

Providence, Rhode Island, April 18, 1971 

290

Onondaga County Democratic Party Reception, Syracuse, New York (R. Evans), April 20, 1971 

290

Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Indianapolis, Indiana (Fatemi), April 23, 1971 

290

Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Lincoln, Nebraska (K. Connell), April 24, 1971 

290

New York (Paul Sheehan), April 26, 1971 

290

Tallahassee, Florida (Bob Nelson/R. Evans), April 27, 1971 

290

L.Q.C. Lamar Society, Atlanta and Macon, Georgia (Fatemi/Evans), April 30, 1971 

290

Polish National Alliance, Chicago, Illinois ([Michael]Cardozo/[Kevin]Connell), May 2, 1971 

290

International Ladies Garment Workers Union Convention, Florida(Connell), May 7, 1971 

290

California (R. Evans), May 8-10, 1971 

290

Portland, Oregon (Sheehan), May 10-11, 1971 

290

American Jewish Committee, New York City (Jim Hamilton), May 14, 1971 

291

Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Fatemi/Sheehan/Smith), May 14-16, 1971 

291

LBJ [Lyndon B. Johnson] Library, Austin, Texas (Tyler Abel), May 22, 1971 

291

Economic Club of Detroit, Michigan (Paul Sheehan), May 24, 1971 

291

Einstein College Commencement, New York City ([Jack] David/Evans), May 27, 1971 

291

Rivier College Commencement, Nashua, New Hampshire (Cardozo), May 30, 1971 

291

NAACP, Chicago, Illinois (Sheehan/[James L.] Hudson), June 4Senator Mondale Dinner, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Evans), June 5 

291

Boston, Massachusetts (Richard Evans), June 10-11, 1971 

291

Narraguasus High School, Harrington, Maine (Tom Allen), June 11, 1971 

291

Max McCarthy Testimonial Dinner, Buffalo, New York ([Hugh] Smith/Laughlin), June 13, 1971 

291

New Hampshire Bar Association Banquet, Bretton Woods (Sheehan), June 18, 1971 

291

Eugene Nickerson Dinner, Garden City, New York (Richard E. Evans), June 20, 1971 

291

Fund-raising Sponsored by M. [Marvin] Davis, Denver, Colorado, June24, 1971 

291

Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Dallas (Abel/Evans), July 1AFL-CIO Convention, Dallas, Texas, August 11, 1971 

291

Northern California (REE/Sheehan), September 5-7, 1971 

291

San Diego, California (Peter Smith), September 8, 1971 

291

Eugene, Oregon (Clark Tyler/Hugh Smith), September 9-10, 1971 

291

Portsmouth, New Hampshire (Tim Smith/Sheehan/[Peter] Bellerman],September 14, 1971 

291

San Juan, Puerto Rico (Richard Evans), September 14, 1971 

291

Morgantown, West Virginia (Sheehan/Filner), September 18-19Florida (REE/Tim Smith), September 19-20, 1971 

291

Chattanooga, Tennessee (Cardozo/Bellerman), Sept. 20, 1971 

291

Columbia, South Carolina (Clark Tyler/Andy Kilpatrick), September 20, 1971 

291

Des Moines, Iowa (Tim Smith/Dale Ledbetter), September 24-25 

291

Chicago, Illinois (REE/Kilpatrick/Bellerman), September 25-27 

291

Omaha, Nebraska (Grubb/Sheehan), September 25-26, 1971 

291

Columbus, Ohio (Sheehan/Economu), October 1-2, 1971 

291

Cincinnati, Ohio (Tim Smith/Mike Schlesinger), October 2, 1971 

291

Phoenix, Arizona ([Marsh] Pinkstaff), November 5-6, 1971 

292

Denver, Colorado (David Strout/Steve Leakey), November 6, 1971 

292

San Francisco, California (Bellerman), November 6-9, 1971 

292

Los Angeles, California (Evans/[Bob] Verratti), November 7, 1971 

292

Coos Bay, Oregon (Tim Smith), November 9, 1971 

292

Portland, Oregon (Cardozo), November 9-10, 1971 

292

Klemath Falls, Oregon (Economu), November 10, 1971 

292

Boston, Massachusetts (Gene Brown/REE), November 14, 1971 

292

New York City (Tim Smith/[Howard] Druckman), November 14-15,1971 

292

Raleigh, North Carolina (Verratti), November 18, 1971 

292

Charlotte, North Carolina (Economu), November 18, 1971 

292

Miami, Florida (REE/Pinkstaff), Nov. 19-20, 1971 

292

(2 folders)New York City (Druckman), November 22, 1971 

292

Chicago, Illinois (Clark Tyler), November 23, 1971 

292

Newark, New Jersey ([Dale] Ledbetter), November 29, 1971 

292

Boston, Massachusetts (David Strout), November 29, 1971 

292

Albany/Schenectady, New York (Economu), November 29, 1971 

292

Dover, New Hampshire (Tim Smith), November 30, 1971 

292

Durham/Rochester, New Hampshire (REE/Gene Brown), November30, 1971 

292

Baltimore, Maryland (Pinkstaff), December 2, 1971 

292

Houston, Texas (Verratti/Economu), December 8, 1971 

292

Pensacola, Florida ([James] Russek), December 10, 1971 

292

Panama City, Florida (Leakey), December 10, 1971 

292

Jacksonville, Florida (Tyler Abell/Harvey Karp), December 10 

292

Atlanta, Georgia (Tim Smith/Dale Ledbetter), December 11-12 

293

New York City (Russek/Verratti), December 14, 1971 

293

Boston, Massachusetts (David Strout), December 15-17, 1971 

293

Kansas City, Missouri (Bellerman/Ledbetter), December 17-18 

293

Albuquerque, New Mexico (Leakey), December 18, 1971 

293

Palm Springs, California (Marsha Pinkstaff), December 18-21 

293

Columbus, Ohio (Jim Russek), December 21-22, 1971 

293

San Francisco, California (Tim Smith), December 21-22, 1971 

293

New York City (Bellerman), January 5-6, 1971 

293

Orlando, Florida (Ledbetter), January 7, 1972 

293

Tampa, Florida (Pinkstaff), January 7, 1972 

293

Miami, Florida (Strout), January 7-10, 1972 

293

Springfield, Illinois (Tyler), January 10, 1972 

293

Cleveland, Ohio (Tyler), January 17, 1972 

293

Des Moines, Iowa (Bellerman), January 17-18, 1972 

293

Cedar Rapids, Iowa (T. Smith), January 18, 1972 

293

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Ledbetter), January 20, 1972 

293

Winnetka, Illinois (Clark Tyler), January 24, 1972 

293

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (Leone), January 25, 1972 

293

Carbondale, Illinois (T. Smith), January 25, 1972 

293

Frankfort, Kentucky (Bellerman), January 25-26, 1972 

293

Pensacola, Florida (Russek), January 26, 1972 

293

Jacksonville, Florida (Pinkstaff), January 26-27, 1972 

293

Daytona Beach, Florida ([Jack] Garagnani), January 27-28, 1972 

293

Everglades, Florida (Billings), January 28, 1972 

293

St. Petersburg, Florida ([Jerry] Mitchell/Ledbetter), January 21 

293

Washington, D.C. (Cardozo), February 2, 1972 

293

St. Louis, Missouri (Pinkstaff), February 5, 1972 

293

Charleston, Illinois (Leakey), February 5, 1972 

293

DeLand, Florida (Russek), February 18, 1972 

293

Jacksonville, Florida, Whistlestop (Mary Lansing), February 18 

293

Sebring, Florida (Cardozo), February 18, 1972 

293

Los Angeles, California, February 21-22, 1972 

293

San Francisco, California (Clark Tyler), February 22-23, 1972 

293

Chicago, Illinois (Tim Smith), February 24, 1972 

293

Bradenton and Sarasota, Florida (Strout/[Bruce] Boudreau), February24-25, 1972 

293

Milwaukee, Wisconsin (James Russek), February 26, 1972 

293

West Palm Beach, Florida (Clark Tyler), March 10 and 11, 1972 

293

Fort Wayne, Indiana (Leakey), March 16, 1972 

293

Moline, Illinois (Clark Tyler), March 16, 17, 1972 

293

Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, March 17, 1972 

293

Chicago, Illinois (Pinkstaff), March 18, 1972 

293

Wisconsin, March 29, 1972 

293

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 20, 1972 

293

[Various Trips, January-March 1972] (3 folders) 

294

Schedules for March, April, June 1972 

294

Miami Convention 

294

Staff Director (George G. Mitchell’s files) 

Confidential Files 

Box

Judge George Lehr 

295

Strategy Memorandums 

295

[Harry] McPherson, Texas 

295

Staff Organization 

295

Speech Themes 

295

Budget 

295

Individuals 

Box

Birch Bayh 

295

Bert Bennett 

295

Bill Dunfey 

295

Charles Evers 

295

Stan Francyzk 

295

John Kenneth Galbraith 

295

Harold Grand 

295

Milt Gwirtzman (2 folders) 

295

Harold E. Hughes 

295

HHH [Hubert H. Humphrey] 

295

Les Hyman 

295

Henry M. Jackson, Senator 

295

John Lindsay 

295

William Loeb 

295

Paul McCloskey 

295

George McGovern 

295

Wilbur Mills 

295

Stewart Mott 

295

William Moyers 

295

Richard Nixon 

295

Harold Perlman 

295

Paul Quinn 

295

Thomas Rees 

296

Franklin Roosevelt 

296

Peter Rosenblatt 

296

Eli Segal 

296

Ted Sorensen 

296

John Tunney 

296

Stan Tupper 

296

Ted Venetoulis 

296

George Wallace 

296

Henry Wilson (2 folders) 

296

Jerry Wurf 

296

Ralph Yarborough 

296

Subjects 

Box

Environment 

296

Executive Committee Meetings 

296

Financial Statements 

296

Financial 

296

Farmers' Organization 

296

Foreign Policy (2 folders) 

296

Fundraising 

296

ESM Invitations (2 folders) 

297

Issues (2 folders) 

297

Jane Muskie 

297

Job Assistance (2 folders) 

297

Justice System 

297

Jewish Organizations 

297

Kennebunkport 

297

Labor 

297

Lawyers for Muskie 

297

Legislation 

297

Media 

297

Media (3 folders) 

298

Medical Issues 

298

Meetings 

298

Miscellaneous 

298

National Citizens Committee 

298

National Conference of State Legislative Leaders 

298

National Finance Committees 

298

New Democratic Coalition 

298

ESM (includes personal and phone calls) 

298

Photographs 

298

Plane Manifest 

298

Polish Groups 

298

Political Coordinators 

298

Polls  

298

Polls (2 folders) 

299

POWs 

299

Press 

299

Primaries 

299

Republicans 

299

Scheduling 

299

Mitchell, George J. (Miscellaneous, Personal Correspondence, 1970-1971) 

299-300

Paul Mitchell 

300

Senator Muskie - Personal Business (2 folders) 

300

Senator Muskie - Special File 

300

[James G.] O'Hara Commission 

300

Muskie 1972 Campaign Schedule 

300

Democratic National Committee (3 folders) 

300

Governor's Conference 

301

Maine Sugar Industry 

301

Muskie 1972 Campaign, November 1970 - May 1971 (14 folders) 

301-302

Democratic Commission on Party Reform (6 folders) 

302

Democratic Commission on Party Reform (3 folders) 

303

State Files 

Box

Illinois (2 folders) 

303

Indiana 

303

Iowa 

303

Kansas 

303

Kentucky 

303

Louisiana 

303

Maine (2 folders) 

303

Maryland 

303

Massachusetts (3 folders) 

304

Michigan 

304

Minnesota 

304

Mississippi 

304

Missouri 

304

Montana 

304

Nebraska 

304

New Hampshire (5 folders) 

304

New Jersey 

305

New Mexico 

305

New York (3 folders) 

305

North Carolina 

305

Ohio 

305

Oklahoma 

305

Oregon 

305

Pennsylvania 

305

Puerto Rico 

305

Rhode Island (2 folders) 

305

South Carolina 

306

Tennessee 

306

Texas 

306

Utah 

306

Vermont 

306

Virginia 

306

Wisconsin (2 folders) 

306

Resumes filed alphabetically by name 

Box

A – D (5 folders) [R] 

306

E – L (9 folders) [R] 

307

L – S (9 folders) [R] 

308

T – Z (4 folders) [R] 

309

All Other (George Mitchell) 

Box

Correspondence File, Alphabetical (25 folders) 

294

Overseas Thank Yous - ESM 

294

USSR Text 

295

Summer 

309

Volunteers 

309

Summer Applicants 

309

Staff Resumes [R] 

309

Robos for Personnel 

309

Personnel Records (40 folders) [R] 

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Deputy Staff Director (Robert Nelson’s files) 

Box

Administrative Screw-ups 

315

Advance 

315

American Bar Association 

315

American Civil Liberties Union 

316

American Eagle Program 

316

American Security Council 

316

Announcement 

316

Analyses of Announcements of Candidates for the Presidency 

316

Atomic Energy Commission 

316

Bohemian Grove 

316

Broker Dealer Insurance and Related Matters 

316

Buffalo Testimonial 

316

Businessmen for Muskie 

316

Cafritz 

316

California Trip, September 16-18, 1970 

316

California, January 22, 1971 

316

Campaign Audit 1974   

316

Campaign Committees 

316

Campaign Material (2 folders) 

316

Campaign Organization 

316

Campaign Strategy 

316

1970 Census 

316

Chemical and Drug Association (Invitation) 

317

Christmas Cards – ESM List 

317

Committee for National Unity 

317

Committee for Ten 

317

Conference on Economic Conversion 

317

Congressional Country Club 

317

Congressional Leadership for the Future 

317

Convention (includes security and housing) 

317

Communication 

317

[Court Decisions] 

317

Council for a Livable World 

317

Democratic Governors 

317

DNC Delegate Selection 

317

DNC Newsletter 

317

D.C. Crime Bill 

317

Direct Mail – Peter Brink 

317

DEN Memos 

317

Drug, Chemical and Allied Trade Association – Invitation 

317

[Howard Neil] Ecker and [Frederic D.] Rutberg 

317

Economic Club - Detroit 

318

Economy 

318

ESM personal notes, telephone conferences, schedules 

318

Election Eve Speech Drafts 

318

Equal Time 

318

Ervin Committee Subpoenas 

318

Esquire Magazine 

318

Evans and Novak 

318

European Trip, January 3, 1971 

319

Fairmont Hotel 

319

Foreign / Overseas Trip 

319

Far East (Trip) 

319

Africa (Trip) 

319

Europe (Trip) 

319

Executive Committee Meeting, September 7, 1971 

319

Fiscal – Budgets, Salaries, Estimated Expenses 

319

Florida 

Box

Clippings 

319

Tallahassee 

319

Sample Letters 

319

Confidential 

319

Blacks 

319

Meetings, November 1970 

319

Schedules 

319

Senior Citizens 

319

State Planning Committee 

319

Telephone Calls 

319

Trip Reports 

319

Youth 

319

Fund Raising 

319

Issues 

320

Organization Committee 

320

Planes 

320

Polling 

320

Press - General (3 folders) 

320

Press - October 21-22 - Confidential 

320
Box

FBI 

320

Federal Bar Association 

320

Fund Raising Efforts – Organization, 1970 

320

Future Foreign Trips 

320

Georgia Trip, April 1971 

320

Goldberg, Justice [Arthur] 

320

Headquarters Office Budget, 1972 

320

Hotels 

321

[J. Edgar] Hoover Rebuttal, November 18, 1971 

321

ABA [American Bar Association] Committee on Hunger 

321

Indemnifications – CNU [Committee for National Unity] (Harriman) 

321

Insurance 

321

Interns 

321

Israel 

321

Issues – Miscellaneous 

321

Jackson State 

321

[Stan] Jennings 

321

Jet Transportation 

321

[Marvin] Kalb - [Elie] Abel (Evan Thomas) 

321

Kent State 

321

Labor-management Relations 

321

Latin America (Trip) 

321

Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law (2 folders) 

321

Ledger Syndicate Book Issue 

322

Legislation, Proposed 

322

Legislative Calendar 

322

McGovern Commission Report 

322

Mail 

322

Maine Aviation Corporation 

322

Maine for Muskie 1970 (2 folders) 

322

Meetings 

322

Miscellaneous Memos 

322

Memoranda – General 

322

Memoranda from RLN - Personal and Confidential 

322

Memoranda from RLN - To Senator Muskie 

322

Memoranda to and from Berl [Bernhard] - Personal and Confidential 

322

Memoranda to and from Berl [Bernhard] - Campaign Memoranda, 1970-1971 

322

General Memos (3 folders) 

322

General Memos (2 folders) 

323

[Howard] Metzenbaum (2 folders) 

323

Mid-Atlantic Conference 

323

The Monocle 

323

Muskie 1971 

323

Muskie Wedding List 

323

Muskie Election Committee (policies, procedures, publications, reports) 

323

Minorities 

323

General Miscellany (2 folders) 

323

Ralph Nader 

323

National Capitol Partners of the Alliance 

323

National Citizens for Muskie Committee 

324

National Journal 

324

New Careers Material 

324

Newfound Corporation 

324

New Hampshire Trip – ESM, April 15-17, 1971 

324

Peace Groups 

324

Planes – Lease Agreement 

324

Political Intelligence (2 folders) 

324

Political Polls (4 folders) 

324

Press 

324

Primaries 

325

Publications – Correspondence 

325

Public Relations People 

325

221 Organization 

325

Rees –Congressman for ESM 

325

Republican Strategy 

325

Revenue Sharing 

325

Robert L. Nelson (correspondence, personal, travel) 

325

Scheduling 

325

Security 

325

Senate Voting Record 

325

Space 

325

Speech Production 

325

Staffing 

325

Status Reports – [Charles J.] Ryan 

326

Strategy Meetings 1970 

Box

February 22 

326

April 5 

326

April 26 

326

May 10 

326

May 16 Policy Meeting 

326

July 7 

326

July 30 Staff Meeting 

326

October 19 New York Meeting 

326
Box

Student Groups for Muskie 

326

Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations 

326

Task Forces 

326

Telephone Calls – General 

326

Telegrams 

326

Tunney Endorsement Controversy 

326

[Joseph D.] Tydings (Lawyers for Muskie) 

326

Unanswerable Letters (2 folders) 

326

United Farm Workers 

326A

United Nations 

326A

Political Files (Alphabetical by Name) 

Box

327

Agnew [Sprio] 

327

Alcalde, Hector (Political) 

327

Arnold, Mark L. (Political) 

327

327

Baker, Dale (Political) 

327

Beizer, Samuel (Political) 

327

Steve Berry 

327

[Neil S.] Bishop 

327

Bond, James (Political) 

327

Britland, John (Political) 

327

William W. Brown, Ridder Publications 

327

Archie Buffkins 

327

327

Chavez, Andy 

327

Christopher, Warren 

327

Church, Russell M. (Political) 

327

Conrad, Charles (Political) 

327

Sherrill Corwin 

327

327

Daddario - Connecticut 

327

[John J.] Danielski 

327

Delaney, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. (Political) 

327

Donahue, Maurice 

327

Duffey, Joe 

327

Michael Dukakis 

327

327

327

[James A.] Farley 

327

Feiner, Hy 

327

Fortas, Abe (Political) 

327

Stan Franczyk 

327

Herbert Franks (Political) 

327

Fumo, Vincent J. (Political) 

327

327

Goggin, Terrance (Political) 

327

Grahl, James (Political) 

327

Sandy Greenberg 

328

328

Harper, John R., II (Political) 

328

Harrington - Massachusetts 

328

Aaron Henry - Mississippi Challenge 

328

[Donald G.] Herzberg 

328

Hoffman, Nordy 

328

Les Hyman 

328

328

Iorg, Lorena (Political) 

328

328

328

RFK and Nixon 

328

Kupiszewski, Stanley D., Jr. 

328

328

LaFollette, Douglas (Political) 

328

W.A. Leavell, Jr., Ph.D. (Florida) 

328

Matt Lifflander 

328

Mc 

328

McGee, Jean (Endorsement) 

328

Harry McPherson 

328

328

Machrowicz, Donald (Political) 

328

Mink, Patsy (Hawaii) 

328

[Frederick and Paula] Morgan 

328

Murray, Richard (Political) 

328

328

Natalie, Ronald 

328

328

O'Brien, James Cuff (PI) 

328

Oppenheimer, Martin 

328

328

Hal Pachios 

328

DeVier Pierson 

328

Edward J. Piszek 

328

328

328

[Raymond] Rasenberger 

328

[Sumner M.] Redstone – Communications 

328

Duff Reed (Confidential) 

329

Steve Reinhardt 

329

Rivlin, Lew 

329

329

Sheehan, Susan 

329

[Milton P.] Semer 

329

Jerry Shestuck 

329

Simpich, Frederick (Political) 

329

Smith, Hugh 

329

[Stephen J.] Spingarn Correspondence 

329

Stanger, Marshall H. (Political) 

329

Studds, Gerry (Endorsement) 

329

329

Tighe, Charles (Political) 

329

329

329

329

Wallace, Don 

329

Bill Welch, DNC 

329

Womack, Hester (Political) 

329

Designing Women – Audrey Wyatt 

329

Richard Williams - Massachusetts 

329

[Burt] Yaffe - Massachusetts 

329

329

[Jake] Zimmerman 

329
Box

United Steel Workers 

326A

Various Outside Services 

326A

State Files (Alphabetical by State) 

326A, 327

Scheduling (Eliot Cutler’s files) 

Invitations 1969-1970 

Box

Alabama (2 folders) 

329

Alaska (2 folders) 

329

Arizona (2 folders) 

329

Arkansas (2 folders) 

329

California - Los Angeles (2 folders) 

329

California - Sacramento (2 folders) 

330

California - San Francisco (2 folders) 

330

Colorado (2 folders) 

330

Connecticut (2 folders) 

330

Delaware (2 folders) 

330

Florida (2 folders) 

330

Georgia (2 folders) 

330

Illinois (2 folders) 

330

Indiana (2 folders) 

330

Iowa (2 folders) 

330

Kentucky (2 folders) 

330

Louisiana (2 folders) 

330

Maine (2 folders) 

330

Maryland (2 folders) 

331

Massachusetts (3 folders) 

331

Michigan (2 folders) 

331

Minnesota (2 folders) 

331

Mississippi 

331

Montana 

331

Nebraska 

331

Nevada 

331

New Hampshire 

331

New Jersey 

331

New Mexico 

331

New York State (2 folders) 

331

New York City (2 folders) 

332

North Carolina 

332

Ohio (2 folders) 

332

Oklahoma 

332

Oregon 

332

Pennsylvania (3 folders) 

332

Rhode Island 

332

South Carolina 

332

South Dakota 

332

Tennessee 

332

Texas 

332

Utah 

332

Virginia 

332

Washington State 

333

Washington, D.C. (2 folders) 

333

West Virginia 1968-1970 

333

1969 Regrets (3 folders) 

407 f. 25 

Chronological Correspondence File (May 1971 - May 1972) 

Box

May-September 1971 (4 files) 

402 f.6

October 1971 – March 1972 (6 files) 

403

April –May 1972 (2 folders) 

404

General VIP Correspondence and Invitations (Alphabetical by State) 

Box

Alabama 

344 f.3

Alaska 

345 f.3

Arizona (2 folders) 

346 f.3

Arkansas (2 folders) 

347 f.3

Connecticut 

348 f.3

Delaware 

349 f.3

District of Columbia (6 folders) 

345

Florida (2 folders) 

345

Florida (2 folders) 

346

Georgia (4 folders) 

346

Hawaii (2 folders) 

346

Idaho 

346

Illinois (2 folders) 

346

Illinois (4 folders) 

347

Indiana (2 folders) 

347

Iowa (3 folders) 

347

Kansas 

347

Kentucky 

347

Kentucky (2 folders) 

348

Louisiana (2 folders) 

348

Maine (5 folders) 

348

Maryland 

348

Maryland (3 folders) 

349

Massachusetts (5 folders) 

349

Michigan (3 folders) 

350

Minnesota (2 folders) 

350

Mississippi 

350

Missouri (2 folders) 

350

Montana (2 folders) 

351

Nebraska (3 folders) 

351

Nevada 

351

New Hampshire (3 folders) 

351

New Hampshire 

352

New Jersey (5 folders) 

352

New Mexico 

352

New Mexico 

353

New York (8 folders) 

353

New York (6 folders) 

354

North Carolina 

354

North Carolina (4 folders) 

355

North Dakota (2 folders) 

355

Ohio (3 folders) 

355

Oklahoma 

355

Oregon (3 folders) 

356

Pennsylvania (4 folders) 

356

Pennsylvania (5 folders) 

357

Rhode Island 

357

South Carolina 

357

South Dakota 

357

Tennessee (3 folders) 

357

Texas (2 folders) 

358

Utah 

358

Vermont 

358

Virginia (2 folders) 

358

Washington (2 folders) 

359

West Virginia 

359

Wisconsin (3 folders) 

359

Wyoming 

359

Foreign Possessions - U.S. 

359

Foreign Possessions - Europe 

359

Foreign Possessions - Rest of the World 

359

Scheduling (includes general, security, special) 1971-1972 

Box

Alabama 

333

Alaska 

333

Arizona (3 folders) 

333

Arkansas(2 folders) 

333

California 

333

California - Los Angeles 

333

California - Sacramento 

333

California - San Francisco 

334

California - 1972 

334

California 

334

Colorado (2 folders) 

334

Connecticut (3 folders) 

334

Delaware 1971 (2 folders) 

335

Florida 

335

Georgia 

335

Hawaii (2 folders) 

335

Idaho 

335

Illinois 

335

Illinois 

336

Indiana 1971 (3 folders) 

336

Iowa 

336

Kansas 

336

Kentucky 

336

Louisiana 

336

Louisiana - New Orleans 

337

Louisiana 

337

Maine 

337

Maryland 

337

Massachusetts 

337

Massachusetts 

338

Michigan 

338

Michigan 

338

Minnesota (3 folders) 

338

Mississippi (2 folders) 

338

Missouri 

338

Montana (2 folders) 

338

Nebraska 

338

Nevada (2 folders) 

338

New Hampshire 

338

New Jersey 

339

New Mexico 

339

New York 

339

New York - NYC 

340

North Carolina (2 folders) 

340

North Dakota 

340

Ohio (4 folders) 

340

Oklahoma 

340

Oklahoma 

341

Oregon (4 folders) 

341

Pennsylvania 

341

Pennsylvania - Philadelphia 

341

Rhode Island 

341

South Carolina (3 folders) 

341

South Dakota (2 folders) 

341

Tennessee (4 folders) 

341

Texas 

341

Texas 

342

Utah (2 folders) 

342

Vermont 1969-1972 (4 folders) 

342

Virginia 

342

Washington (2 folders) 

342

West Virginia (3 folders) 

342

Wisconsin (3 folders) 

342

Wyoming 

342

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 

343

Washington, D.C. 

343

Foreign 

343

Foreign 

344

Scheduling Files 1971 

Cleveland 

Box

February 10 

392

Prep and Follow-up 

392

February 10, Jewish Community Federation 

392

Pittsburgh 

Box

February 17, ADA Roosevelt Dinner 

393 

Prep and Follow-up 

393 

February 17 

393 

Florida 

Box

February 18, Palm Beach, United Jewish Appeal 

393 

Bal Harbor, February 18 

393 

Palm Beach, February 18 

393 

Florida Follow-up 

393 

Travel Expense 

393 

Wilmington, Delaware 

Box

March 31, J-J [Jefferson-Jackson] Day 

394

Wilmington 

394

March 31, Wilmington, Delaware, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner 

394

Philadelphia 

Box

April 6, World Affairs Council 

394

"Town Meeting," WFIL-TV/World Affairs Council, April 6 

394

Philadelphia - Prep and Follow-up 

393 

Philadelphia - February 23 

393 

New York 

Box

Onondaga County Democratic Reception, Syracuse, April 20 

395

Monroe County Democratic Dinner, Rochester, Regretted 

395

Syracuse, New York, Trip 

395

Campobello Meeting, New York City, March 18 

394

By Date 

Box

March 2, [Walter E.] Fauntroy Reception 

393 

March 8-12, Afro-American Dialogue 

394

March 16, Camden, New Jersey 

394

March 17, New York City Luncheon, Institutional Investors 

394

March 17, Institutional Investors Institute 

394

March 17, "David Frost Show" 

394

March 22, Conference of Mayors 

394

March 23, DNC Fundraising 

394

March 23, United Rubber Workers, D.C. 

394

March 25, State Chairmen, Buffet and Speech 

394

March 27, State Chairmen Dinner and Speech 

394

March 29, Cherry Blossom 

394

April 6, Philadelphia Trip 

394

April 10, White House News Photo 

394

April 15, Lehigh Valley Coop. Farmers 

395

April 16, Baton Rouge, AFL-CIO 

395

April 17, Maine Black Students Conference 

395

April 18, [Allard] Lowenstein Rally 

395

April 20, New York State 

395

April 21, DNC Dinner, Washington 

395

April 23, Indianapolis J-J Dinner 

395

April 24, Lincoln J-J Dinner 

395

April 26, National Magazine Awards, New York City 

395

April 27, Florida State Legislature 

395

April 29, Notre Dame Dinner, D.C. 

396

May 2, National Polish Alliance 

396

May 2, Polish National Alliance 

405 f. 2 

May 7, ILGWU [International Ladies Garment Workers Union] convention 

405

May 8, California 

405

May 8-9, California 

405

May 10, Portland, Oregon 

405

May 14, American Jewish Committee 

405

May 14, Arnold Picker 

405

May 14, New York City 

405

May 14, New York 

405

May 15, Milwaukee J-J Dinner 

405

May 16, [Dave] Obey Reception 

405

May 17, Reception, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C. 

405

May 18, Mt. Vernon Junior College 

405

May 19, NAM [National Association of Manufacturers] TV 

405

May 20, New York City, Four Freedoms 

405

May 20, New York City 

405

May 20, Arthur Houghton, Jr. 

405

May 20, [Henry] Grunwald Dinner 

405

May 20, [Evelio] Rosario Reception 

405

May 21, New York City, Columbia University 

405

May 21, Felix Rohaytn 

405

May 22, LBJ Library Dedication 

405

May 22, Arthur Krim 

405

May 24, Detroit Economic Club 

405

May 26, National Association of Manufacturers 

405

May 27, New York 

405

May 27, Einstein College, New York City 

405

May 28, Andre Mayer 

405

May 29, Washington and Jefferson Commencement 

405

May 29, Vermont Fundraiser 

405

May 30, Rivier College Commencement 

405

June 4, Chicago 

405

June 5, [Walter] Mondale Testimonial 

405

June 7, State, County and Municipal Employees 

405

June 8, Fundraiser, Washington, D.C. 

405

June 11, Narraguagus High School, Harrington, Maine 

405

June 11, Boston, Massachusetts, Fundraisers 

405

June 13, Max McCarthy Testimonial Dinner, Buffalo, New York 

405

June 14, U.S. Conference of Mayors 

405

June 18, Congressional Black Caucus, Washington, D.C. 

406

June 14, "The Advocates" TV Show 

406

June 18, New Hampshire Bar Association 

406

June 20, Long Island, New York, Nassau County Democratic Committee 

406

June 24-26, Denver Trip 

406

June 25, Fundraiser, Denver, Colorado 

406

June 25, Denver, Colorado 

406

June 27, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Dulles Airport, Washington, DC 

406

June 29, Fundraising Dinner, Opportunities for Progress 

406

July 1, Texas Trial Lawyers 

406

July 17, [Ellen Marie] Lander Wedding, Portland, Maine 

406

July 29 - August 2, California 

406

August 2, Meeting, Washington, D.C. 

406

August 5-8, Webhannet Golf Club, Maine 

406

August 11, Texas AFL-CIO 

406

August 21, 500 Club Clambake 

406

August 20-21, Campobello 

406

September 6-9, Trip to California 

406

September 9, Oregon Trip 

406

September 11, September 12 Get-together in Maine 

406

September 14, Rockingham County, New Hampshire 

406

September 14, National Governors Conference 

406

September 18, Democratic Women, West Virginia 

406

September 18, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia 

406

September 20, South Carolina 

406

September 20, Dinner in Chattanooga, Tennessee 

406

September 24, Iowa Trip 

406

September 26, Wiezmann Institute 

406

September 26, Candidates Day, Douglas City, Nebraska 

406

September 26, Wiezmann Dinner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

406

[No date], Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

406

October 1, "Dick Cavett Show," New York, New York 

406

October 2, Ohio Trip 

406

October 4, IUD [Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO] Executive Board, Washington, D.C. 

406

October 5-6, DNC Women's Meeting 

406

October 6, Dinner of the Liberal Party of New York State 

406

October 6, Northeast Conference, New Democratic Coalition, New York, New York 

406

October 7, Suffolk County Dinner, New York 

406

October 8, Dinner, Providence, Rhode Island 

406

October 8, Rally for Peace and New Priorities, Boston, Massachusetts 

406

October 9, Keene Chamber of Commerce Dinner, New Hampshire 

406

October 13, DNC Kickoff Luncheon, Washington, D.C. 

406

October 14, Fairleigh Dickenson University, Teaneck, New Jersey 

406

October 14, Mercer County Dinner, New Jersey 

406

October 16, Kansas Trip 

406

October 22, Florida Blue Key 

406

October 24, "Face the Nation," Washington, D.C. 

406

October 27, Pennsylvania Democratic State Dinner, Harrisburg 

406

October 28, Building Products Executive Conference, D.C. 

406

October 28, Democratic Party Dinner, Utica, New York 

407

October 29, Erie County, New York 

407

November 5, Four Keys Banquet, Phoenix, Arizona 

407

November 6, TV Taping, Denver, Colorado 

407

November 8, Presidential Candidates Dinner, California 

407

November 9, Annual Convention of Oregon School Boards, Portland 

407

November 9, Coos Bay, Oregon, Tour 

407

November 11, Youth Leadership Council, Washington, D.C. 

407

November 14, New York University Forum, New York 

407

November 14, Meeting with Queens Democratic District Leaders, New York 

407

November 14, Brandeis Dinner, Boston, Massachusetts 

407

November 18, AFL-CIO National Women's Auxiliary, Miami Beach, Florida 

407

November 29, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

407

November 29, Freedom Forum, Schenectady, New York 

407

December 2, Maryland State Democratic Dinner, Baltimore, Maryland 

407

December 5, Washington, D.C., Dinner Appointment 

407

December 8, Salute to Senator and Mrs. Bayh, Washington, D.C. 

407

December 9, Trip to Texas (per Billy Goldberg), Houston, Texas 

407

December 11, Awards Banquet, Anti-Defamation League, Atlanta 

407

December 14, Ileitis and Colitis Dinner, New York, New York 

407

December 15, Time and Life Magazine Luncheon, New York, New York 

407

December 17, National NFO [National Farmers Organization] Convention, Kansas City, Missouri 

407

December 17, "Mike Douglas Show," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

407

December 20-21, California Trip 

407

All Other (Scheduling 1971) 

Box

California - Prep and Follow-up, January 22, 1971 

392 f. 5

California -San Francisco, January 26-28, 1971 

392

Connecticut, January 31, 1971 

392

North Carolina, February 13-14 (2 folders) 

392

Indochina Speech (3 folders) 

393 

National League of Cities, U.S. Conference of Mayors, March 21 

394

State Chairmen's Association Meeting, Washington, D.C. 

394

Mike Douglas Show, April 6 

394

AFL-CIO State Convention, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 15 

394

New Hampshire - Friday and Saturday, April 16 and 17 

395

Maine Conference on Higher Education, Saturday, April 17 

395

Lowenstein Rally, Providence, Rhode Island, Sunday, April 18 

395

DNC Dinner, Washington, D.C., Wednesday, April 21 

395

J-J Dinner, Indianapolis, Indiana, Friday, April 23 

395

National Magazine Editors Awards Luncheon, New York City, Monday, April 26 

395

Florida State Legislature, Tallahassee, Florida, Tuesday, April 27 

395

Notre Dame Tribute to Father Hesburgh, Washington, D.C., Thursday, April 29 

396

Atlanta - Anti-defamation League of Atlanta, Georgia 

396

Atlanta - L.Q.C. Lamar Society, Atlanta, Georgia, Friday, April 30 (3 folders) 

396

Chicago, Polish National Alliance, May 2 

396

Arthur Krim, Newark, New Jersey, Trip 

405

New Hampshire - April 16 Trip 

395

Trip Files, February-June 1972 

Box

Washington, D.C., February 2 

411 f. 3 

Trip, February 3-5 [Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri] 

411

Wisconsin, February 3-4 

411

Illinois, February 4-5 (Chicago) 

411

Missouri, February 5 (St. Louis) 

411

St. Louis Dinner for ESM, St. Louis, Missouri, February 5 

411

Idaho, February 19 (Boise) 

411

Florida, February 14-18 

411

California, February (20), 21, 22 

411

Wisconsin/Illinois/Florida/New Hampshire/Connecticut, Feb. 23-26 

411

California, February 20-22 

411

Florida, March 8-14 

411

Boston Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, April 

411

Wisconsin Trip File 

411

Westchester County Democratic Committee Annual Dinner, New York, April 8 

412

Textile Workers Union of America Reception, Washington, D.C., April 13 

412

AFL-CIO Community Services Reception, Washington, D.C., April 13 

412

Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Detroit, Michigan, April 15 

412

"Issues and Answers," Washington, D.C., April 16 

412

American Society of Newspaper Editors Convention, April 18-21, 1972 

412

Pre-primary – Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, April 18-25 

412

Annual Precinct Committeemen's Dinner, Toledo, Ohio, April 26 

412

Leon Jordan Memorial Dinner, May 6, 1972 

412

Maine State Convention, May 19-21, 1972 

412

AFSCME [American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees] Convention, Houston, Texas, May 31, 1972 

412

Textile Workers Union of America, Pittsburgh, June 8 

412

Town Hall, California, June 16, 1972 

412

United States Conference of Mayors, June 20 

412

National Association of Counties, June 27, 1972 

412

Calendar 

412

Trip Books and Issue Books (January 1971 - April 1972) 

Box

New Hampshire Trip, January 13-14, 1971 

396 f. 9

Cleveland, February 18, 1971 

396

Foreign Policy Update, New York-New Jersey, February 19, 1971 

396

Draft Legislative Program [Water Pollution], March 15, 1971 to January 1972 (2 folders) 

396

New Jersey, March 16, 1971 

397

Philadelphia Trip Book, April 6, 1971 

397

New Hampshire Appendix, April 12, 1971 

397

Nebraska, April 19, 1971 

397

Trip Book for Indianapolis, Lincoln, New York and Tallahassee, April 23 to April 27, 1971 

397

Foreign Policy, Atlanta, Macon, Chicago, April 30 to May 2, 1971 

397

Atlanta, Chicago, April 30, May 1 and 2, 1971 

397

Chicago, May 2, 1971 

397

Foreign Update, Florida, California, Oregon, May 4, 1971 

397

Trip Book for NY, Wisconsin, May 14-16, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

397

Trip Book for NY, Wisconsin, May 14-16, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

397

Briefing Session on Economic Dislocation, May 19, 1971 

397

Chicago, Minneapolis, June 4-5, 1971 

397

Chicago, Minneapolis, June 4-5, 1971, Trip Book, Senator's Copy 

397

Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 5, 1971 

397

Buffalo Political Trip Book, June 13, 1971 (Jack English) 

397

Buffalo Political Trip Book, June 13, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

397

NH and Wisconsin Conventions, June 18-20, 1971 

398

Colorado Trip Book, June 22, 1971 

398

Texas Trip Book, June 28, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

398

Texas Trip Book, June 28, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

398

Briefing Book for Dallas Trip, June 28, 1971 

398

Standards for Criminal Justice (Legislative Proposal), July 29 

398

Texas Trip, August 10-11, 1971 

398

New Hampshire Trip, September 14, 1971 

398

Puerto Rico Trip, September 14-15, 1971 

398

Florida, September 17-18, 1971 

398

Morgantown, West Virginia, Trip, September 18, 1971 

398

Des Moines, Iowa, September 24, 1971 

398

Substantive Briefing Book, Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska, Wisconsin, September 24-27, 1971 

398

Illinois-Nebraska, September 25-26, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

398

Omaha, Nebraska, September 26, 1971 

398

Wisconsin, September 27, 1971 

398

New York, October 1, 1971 (Boiler Room) 

398

New York Trip, Supplemental, October 1, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

398

New York Trip, Supplemental, October 1, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

398

Trip to NY, October 1, 1971, and Ohio, October 2, 1971 (Senator) 

398

New York, Columbus, Cincinnati, October 1-2, 1971 (Senator) 

398

New York Trip, October 6-7, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

399

New York Trip, October 6-7, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

399

Massachusetts Trip, October 8, 1971 

399

Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire, October 8-9 

399

Substantive Issues for October 8 (Massachusetts, Rhode Island) and October 9 (New Hampshire) (Senator) 

399

Domestic Issue Book, October 13, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

399

New Jersey Trip, October 14 and 15 (Dick Stewart) 

399

Kansas City, Missouri - Topeka, Kansas, October 15-16, 1971 (Eliot Cutler) 

399

Florida, October 21-22, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

399

Pennsylvania, October 27, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

399

Pennsylvania, October 27, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

399

Substantive Background on Pennsylvania (October 27), New York (October 28-29), New Hampshire (October 29) (Senator) 

399

Utica-Buffalo-New York City Trip, October 28-29, 1971 (Senator) 

399

Utica-Buffalo-New York City Trip, October 28-29, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

399

New Hampshire Trip, October 30, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

400

Arizona and Colorado, November 5-6, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

400

Domestic Issues Briefing Book, November 12, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

400

New York-Boston Trip, November 14, 1971 (Herb Hadad) 

400

North Carolina Trip, November 18, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

400

Substantive Background on New York, Wisconsin, Illinois, November 20, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

400

New York-Wisconsin-Chicago Trip, November 22-24 (Senator) 

400

Newark, New Hampshire, Schenectady, November 26 (Senator) 

400

New Jersey-Schenectady-New Hampshire, November 29-30 (Senator) 

400

Substantive Background on Maryland, December 1, 1971 

400

Houston, December 7, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

400

Houston Trip, December 9, 1971 (Senator's Copy) 

400

Florida, December 10-11, 1971 (Senator Muskie) 

400

Atlanta, Georgia, December 11-12, 1971 (Dick Stewart) 

400

New York, Boston, New Hampshire, December 14-17 (2 folders) 

401

Missouri-New Mexico Trip, December 17-18, 1971 

401

New Hampshire Trip, January 13-14, 1972 (George Mitchell) 

401

Ohio, January 14, 1972 (Senator Muskie) 

401

Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, January 17, 1972 

401

Ohio-Iowa-Wisconsin, January 17-18, 1972 

401

Ohio-Iowa-Wisconsin, January 17-18, 1972 (Senator Muskie) 

401

Illinois-Florida Trip, January 25 - February 1 

401

Wisconsin Trip Book, February 2, 1972 

401

Illinois Permanent State Book, February 2, 1972 

401

Wisconsin Briefing Book, February 2, 1972 

401

Illinois-Missouri, February 4-5, 1972 

401

Wisconsin, February 3-4, 1972 

401

Florida, February 14-19, 1972 

401

Wisconsin, February 18, 1972 

401

Massachusetts Briefing, February 23, 1972 

402

Illinois Trip Book, February 24, 1972 

402

West Palm Beach, Florida, March 10-11, 1972 

402

Massachusetts, April 1972 (Senator Muskie) 

402

Travel Information for Trip to Germany, Israel, UAR, USSR 

402

Trip Books, 1971 

Box

Florida, California and Oregon, May 7-11 (Advanceman's Copy) 

410 f.4

August 21 - September 8 (2 folders) 

410

Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, September 19 

410

Miami, Florida, November 19-20 (2 folders) 

410

DNC 

410

Pensacola, Panama City, Jacksonville, December 10-11 

410

Florida Trip Reports and Follow-ups (2 folders) 

411

Other Files (Cutler) 

Box

ESM's Schedules (5 folders) 

404 f.3

Finance 

404

Miscellaneous 

404

Airplanes 

405

Schedules, July-December 1970 (2 folders) 

407 f. 28

Schedules, July-December 1970 

408

California Trip January 1971 (4 folders) 

408

California Trip September 1971 

408

Speeches 

408

Muskie 1971 

408

Advance Reports 

408

Position Description 

409

1970 Speeches 

409

Delegate Votes 

409

Senate Bills 

409

National Peace Action Coalition (NPAC) 

409

MEC [Muskie Elections Committee] 

409

ERC [Eliot R. Cutler] – Michigan 

409

Form Letters 

409

Pinkney, Arnold 

409

Youth Coalition 

409

Urban Coalition 

409

UCLA – Internship 

409

Trip Books 

409

Support Files 

409

Staff Meeting 

409

Stein Song 

409

Shenefelt, Arthur 

409

Primary Books 

409

Overseas Trip, January 

409

National Press 

409

Nader, Ralph 

409

Secret Service 1971 

409

Media 

409

Maine Senior Citizens 

409

Machinists Conference, February 1, 1971 

409

Legislation 

409

Kent, Roger 

409

Interparliamentary 

409

House of Representatives 

409

MTST Forms/Form Letter Drafts 

409

Robo Responses 

409

Teach-ins/Harvard and Yale 

409

Governors Conference 

409

Field Hearings 

409

Congressional Support 

409

Campobello Meetings 

409

Black Caucus 

409

Advance File 

409

Honoraria File 

409

Office Appointments 

409

Schedules 

409

Speech Information 

410

Trip Material – General, 1971 

410

ERC – Travel Expenses 1971 

410

Press Files 

Statements and Releases 

Box

January 1971 

473

February 1971 

473-474

March –April 1971 (7 folders) 

474

May 1971 (6 folders) 

475

June 1971 

475-476

1972 Press Release Index 

476

Press Releases 1971-1972 (2 folders) 

476

Vietnam, Cambodia and the Draft 


    Box
Mixed materials   412
    Box
Mixed Materials   412 f. 17 

Box

Defense 

412

Economy 

412

Environment 

412

Foreign Assistance and Greece 

412

International Relations, Trade 

412

Labor 

412

Middle East 

412

National Priorities and General Statements 

412

Transportation 

412

Newsclippings 

Box

Old Clippings and Campaigns, 1968, 1972, 1952 (Truman Incident) 

476

April 1971 (2 folders) 

476

April 1971 (3 folders) 

477

September 1971 (3 folders) 

477

October 1971 

477

October 1971 (6 folders) 

478

November – December 1971 (6 folders) 

479

January 1972 (6 folders) 

480

Columnists, Periodicals, Polls, Radio, UPI 

Box

November 1971 (2 folders) 

480

November 1971 

481

December 1971 (3 folders) 

481

January 1972 (3 folders) 

481

Fact Books 

Box

Fact Book 1972 

481

Nixon and the Special Interests 

481

Muskie Record 1972 

481

Political Support Files 

Box

Environmental Movement (speeches, correspondence, lists, mailings, contacts) 

481-483

1968 Delegates to Democratic Convention – Computer Printouts, December 23, 1971 (3 folders) 

483

Address Labels – Bates Alumni (2 folders) 

483

Address Labels – Bates Alumni (2 folders) 

484

Master Endorsement List 

484

Miscellaneous Convention Information 

484

State by State Listing of Delegates and Preferences (2 folders) 

484

Delegate Card File, Arranged Alphabetically by State 

485-487

Scheduling 

Box

February 29, 1972, Ohio, New York 

532

March 1, 1972, Massachusetts 

532

March 1, 1972, Pennsylvania (Pending) 

532

March 2-7, 1972, New Hampshire 

532

March 15-20, 1972, Illinois, Indiana 

532

Press Releases from State Muskie Organizations 

Box

California 

418 f. 33 

Florida 

418

Georgia 

418

Illinois 

418

Massachusetts - New Hampshire 

418

Michigan 

418

New York 

418

Ohio 

418

Oregon 

418

Pennsylvania 

418

Wisconsin 

418

Muskie speeches, statements, releases, etc. 

Box

1970 Speeches, Special, Floor Statements Index 

532 f. 2 

January 11, 1970 "College and Society Repression or Reform-" 56th Annual Meeting, Association of American Colleges, Houston, Texas 

532

January 18, 1970 Dedication of the Louis Jalbert Industrial Center, Central Maine Vocational Technical Institute, Auburn, Maine 

532

February 11, 1970 Speech to Hunter College Centennial, New York 

532

February 15, 1970 Remarks at Penn State University 

532

February 16, 1970 Remarks at Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio 

532

February 16, 1970 Candidacy for Reelection as Maine Senator, Announcement, WGAN Studios, Portland, Maine 

532

February 17, 1970 Opposing the Stennis Amendment (No. 463) to H.R. 514 in the Senate 

532

February 24, 1970 Remarks before the Committee on National Priorities of the Democratic Policy Council, Caucus Room, Old Senate Office Building 

532

February 26, 1970 "The Liberal Arts College Today," Fundraising Dinner for Bates College, Sheraton Plaza Hotel, Boston 

532

March 1, 1970 "So Goes the Nation" 

532

March 13, 1970 "Dealing with the Roots of the Crisis," University of Michigan Teach-in, Ann Arbor 

532

March 28, 1970 "A New Era of National Harmony" 

532

April 2, 1970 "Education Tool for the '70s," National Catholic Education Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey 

532

April 3, 1970 "Toward a New Era of National Harmony," Sheraton Wayfarer Hotel, Manchester, New Hampshire 

532

April 4, 1970 "Pollution of the Human Spirit - A Challenge toDemocrats," Essex Community College, New Hampshire 

532

April 17, 1970 "Toward Orderly Change," '70s Symposium, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana 

532

April 18, 1970 "Diversity with Unity," Speech to Western Democrats 

532

April 27, 1970 ESM on Howard President James E. Cheek andYale President Kingman Brewster 

532

May 3, 1970 Remarks at Choate School, Wallingford, Connecticut 

532

May 8, 1970 "Object November 3," University of Kansas, Lawrence 

532

May 9, 1970 “Bridging the Generation Gap," Minot, North Dakota 

532

May 24, 1970 "New Roles for Women," St. Joseph's College, Windham, Maine 

532

May 30, 1970 Commencement Address, Hyde School, Bath, Maine 

532

June 7, 1970 "Educational Opportunity," ESM Remarks, University of New Hampshire Commencement, Durham 

532

June 19, 1970 Remarks at Lawrence High School, American Legion, Department of Maine, Fairfield, Maine 

532

September 19, 1970 Muskie Urges Press and Politicians to Shun Cheap Headlines and Distortions    

288 f. 7

September 21, 1970 Muskie Brings Tough Air Pollution to Floor    

288

September 22, 1970 ESM Statement on Prisoners of War    

288

September 22, 1970 Muskie Contends Agnew's Dictionary Lacks Two Words, `Plain Talk'    

288

September 23 ,1970 Muskie Warns That Air Pollution Act May Represent Nation's `Last Chance'    

288

September 23 ,1970 Statement by ESM on Dickey-Lincoln in the U.S. Senate    

288

September 24, 1970 Muskie Urges National Electric Power Policy 

288

September 25, 1970 Muskie Asks President to Keep [Nguyen Cao] Ky Out    

288

September 25, 1970 Muskie Asks Nixon to ‘Put His Support Where His Words Are’    

288

September 25, 1970 Muskie Says Agnew Performance Cannot Hide Administration Promises    

288

September 26, 1970 Portland - Re-election, Maine 

288

September 28, 1970 National Environment and Maine    

288

September 28, 1970 Muskie Urges Increased Planning to Protect Saco Valley    

288

September 30, 1970 Muskie Calls for Price Ceiling on Fuel Oil, Maine    

288

September 30, 1970 ESM Calls for Price Ceiling on Fuel Oil, Waterville    

288

September 30, 1970 Muskie Urges Action on President's Welfare Bill, Hampden 

288

October 1, 1970 ESM Criticizes Highway Program and Proposes Diversion of Funds    

289

October 1, 1970 Muskie Proposes Expanded Vocational Education Opportunities, Gardiner, Maine    

289

October 1, 1970 Muskie Renews Call for Action on President's Welfare Bill    

289

October 3, 1970 Muskie Hails Maine Leadership 

289

October 5, 1970 Brunswick Speech    

289

October 5, 1970 ESM Says Price of Production Must Include Price of Pollution Prevention    

289

October 5, 1970 Muskie Asks Action to Help Maine's Shoe Industry, Maine    

289

October 7, 1970 ESM Statement on Nixon's Address to Nation on Peach Proposals for Indochina    

289

October 7, 1970 Muskie Calls for Economic Policy of `Responsible Growth’, Biddeford, Maine    

289

October 8, 1970 Statement on President's Address to Nation on Indochina Peace Proposals 

289

October 12, 1970 ESM Subcommittee to Investigate Atomic Waste Disposal 

289

October 13, 1970 Statement by Senator on President's Veto of Campaign Broadcast Reform Act 

289

October 14, 1970 Muskie Condemns Violence, Asks Greater Resources for Police Force, Courts, Prisons    

289

October 14, 1970 QandA, Fairleigh-Dickinson University 

289

October 16, 1970 ESM Warns IRS on Public Interest Law Firms 

289

October 18, 1970 Vietnam Peace Talks 

289

October 19, 1970 Muskie Calls for Plan to Share More Federal Revenue with State and Local Governments 

289

October 20, 1970 Remarks, VFW, Waterville, Maine 

289

October 21, 1970 Remarks on Elderly, Bangor, Maine 

289

October 22, 1970 Asks for Curb on Shoe Imports, Help for Workers Hurt by Imports 

289

October 23, 1970 ESM on Machiasport Hearings 

289

October 25, 1970 Campaign Advertising "So Goes the Nation"    

289

October 25, 1970 ESM Calls Casco Bay Preservation "An Imaginative and Farsighted Proposal"    

289

October 25, 1970 Muskie Denies `Generation Gap'    

289

October 25, 1970 ESM Remarks Catholic Order of Foresters, Fort Kent, Maine    

289

October 27, 1970 Statement on President Nixon's Signing of Resource Recovery Act    

289

October 27, 1970 ESM Remarks, New York, New York 

289

October 28, 1970 Remarks by Senator Quoted out of Context in an Ad Published by the Committee for a Responsible Congress 

289

October 29, 1970 Muskie Responds to Political Advertisement 

289

October 30, 1970 ESM Remarks, Bath, Maine    

289

October 30, 1970 Muskie Condemns Extremists    

289

October 30, 1970 Maine Sierra Club Supports Muskie's Pollution Control Efforts    

289

October 31, 1970 Tupper Endorses Muskie, Announces `Republicans for Muskie' 

289

June 29, 1971 ESM Announces Hearings on ABM and MIRV    

412 f. 27 

June 29, 1971 ESM Statement on Nixon's Veto of Accelerated Public Works Program    

412

June 30, 1971 ESM Comment on Supreme Court Decision - Viet Papers 

412

July 1, 1971  ESM Speech, Dallas, "Law and Order Beyond the Code Word"(not given)    

412

July 1, 1971  Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Dallas    

412

July 1, 1971  ESM Statement on Texas Drought    

412

July 1, 1971  International Drug Control Assistance, Foreign Relations Committee    

412

July 2, 1971 ESM Announces Hearings on Anti-drug Effort, Washington, D.C. 

412

July 7, 1971 Oregonians Form Citizens Committee for Muskie    

412

July 7, 1971 ESM Opening Statement at Drug Abuse Hearings, Washington, D.C.    

412

July 9, 1971 ESM Opposes Nominees to National Commission on Materials Policy 

412

July 11, 1971 Hearings on Asian Drug Traffic, Washington, D.C. 

412

July 12, 1971 ESM Announces ABM-MIRV Hearings 

412

July 13, 1971 ESM Opening Statement, Arms Control Subcommittee 

412

July 15, 1971 ESM Names David Carley Chairman in Wisconsin    

412

July 15, 1971 Drug Crisis in Vietnam    

412

July 15, 1971 ESM Opening Statement at Drug Abuse Hearings, Washington, D.C. 

412

July 16, 1971 ESM Comments on Nixon's Proposed Trip to China 

412

July 21, 1971 Mark Shields Comes on Staff as Political Co-director    

412

July 21, 1971 Meeting with Interns 

412

July 22, 1971Opening Statement at Arms Control Subcommittee Hearing 

413

July 23, 1971 Endorsement by Cong. Joseph E. Karth (D-Minnesota)    

413

July 23, 1971 Hearings on Current Prospects for a Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Agreement and the Cannikan Nuclear Test    

413

July 28, 1971 ESM Statement on Stevenson Amendment, Lockheed Loan 

413

July 29, 1971 ESM Repudiates Mailing    

413

July 29, 1971 Drug Abuse Hearings    

413

July 30, 1971 ESM Offers Amendment to Aid Inner Cities    

413

July 30, 1971 ESM Cites Plight of Maine Farmers during Lockheed Debate    

413

July 30, 1971 ESM Comments on Shipyard Decision, Maine    

413

August 1, 1971 Maine Sunday Telegram, "Maine, My Beginning, My Opportunity, My Life" 

413

August 2, 1971 Hearings on S. 241, State and Local Government Modernization Act, and S. 1770, Intergovernmental Revenue Act    

413

August 2, 1971 ESM Urges More Military Assistance for Israel    

413

August 3, 1971 ESM on Military Assistance for Israel 

413

August 4, 1971 ESM Floor Statement, Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 

413

August 5, 1971 Subcommittee Report 230, Air and Water Pollution Statement    

413

August 5, 1971 Major Provisions, National Water Quality Standards Act    

413

August 11, 1971 "Back to Prosperity," Texas AFL-CIO, Dallas 

413

August 12, 1971 ESM to Be Keynote Speaker, National Governors Conference 

413

August 13, 1971 ESM Accuses Administration of Weakening the Implementation of the Federal Air Pollution Laws, Washington, D.C.    

413

August 13, 1971 Ed Edelman Announces Support, Los Angeles, California 

413

August 16, 1971 Florida Muskie Headquarters Opened, Tampa    

413

August 16, 1971 Cong. Charles H. Wilson (D-California) Endorses ESM    

413

August 17, 1971 ESM Urges Wage Determinations, Cape Kennedy, Florida 

413

August 18, 1971 ESM Comment on Administration's New Economic Policy 

413

August 23, 1971 John Dean to Serve As Associate Campaign Manager 

413

August 26, 1971 George Mitchell (Maine National Committeeman), Deputy Staff Director, Muskie Election Committee    

413

August 26, 1971 ESM Statement on Women's Suffrage Anniversary    

413

August 30, 1971 ESM Urges Release of "Top Secret" A-test Report 

413

September 2, 1971 ESM Statement on Northern Ireland 

413

September 6, 1971 Labor Day Picnic, Pleasanton, Alameda County, California 

413

September 8, 1971 Mexican-American Dinner for Assemblyman Pete Chacon, Los Angeles, California 

413

September 9, 1971 ESM Statement on Santa Barbara Channel Oil Drilling, San Diego    

413

September 9, 1971 Mary Finch Hoyt Named Executive Assistant for Mrs. Muskie    

413

September 14, 1971 ESM Remarks at Governors' Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico    

413

September 14, 1971 Architect of Victory, Kosciuszko Release    

413

September 15, 1971 ESM Statement on Busing, Puerto Rico 

413

September 16, 1971 Eugene, Oregon, Register-Guard on ESM    

413

September 16, 1971 Memo to News Media re Busing, News Conference, California    

413

September 16, 1971 ESM Statement re School Lunch Program    

413

September 17, 1971 ESM Criticizes Administration Phosphate Decision    

413

September 17, 1971 News Conference with ESM and Roosevelt Grier and Statement by Mayor Tom Bradley Regarding Black Vice Presidential Candidate    

413

September 18, 1971 ESM Remarks "West Virginia and the Nation, "West Virginia Democratic Women's Convention 

413

September 19, 1971 William V. Shannon, "Why Muskie-" New York Times    

413

September 19, 1971 "The Elderly in America's Destiny," St. Petersburg, Florida 

413

September 20, 1971 Stewart Alsop on ESM    

413

September 20, 1971 "Consumer Is King," Chattanooga, Tennessee    

413

September 20, 1971 "The Truth Is Marching On," Chattanooga, Tennessee    

413

September 21, 1971 ESM Statement re Nixon Appointing Woman to Court 

413

September 22, 1971 Jane Muskie to Polish National Alliance, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

413

September 23, 1971 ESM Press Release re Attica and Nonlethal Weapons    

413

September 23, 1971 Fact Sheet on Jane Muskie    

413

September 24, 1971 Joint Statement of Sen. Abraham Ribicoff (D-Connecticut) and ESM re Subcommittee on Drug Abuse 

413

September 25, 1971 Cong. Morris Udall Endorses Muskie, Phoenix, Arizona 

413

September 26, 1971 ESM Remarks at Douglas County Candidates Day, Omaha, Nebraska    

413

September 26, 1971 ESM Remarks at Nebraska Candidates Day   

413

ESM Education Job Training Service Personnel Legislation, D.C.  

September 26, 1971 ESM Remarks at Weizmann Institute, "Israel," Chicago, Illinois    

September 27, 1971 ESM Remarks at Brown County Democratic Lunch, Green Bay, Wisconsin    

September 27, 1971 ESM Remarks at Serb Hall, Milwaukee    

September 27, 1971 ESM and Roosevelt Grier, Los Angeles    

September 30, 1971 Herbert Hadad Appointed Press Aide    

September 30, 1971 ESM Opposes Bureau Reorganization Plans    

414

September 30, 1971 New York Times (Tom Wicker) on ESM    

414

October 1971 ESM Statement on Abortion 

414

October 2, 1971 ESM Remarks at Hamilton County Democratic Party Dinner, Ohio 

414

October 5, 1971 ESM Names Angelo C. Geocaris Illinois Chairman    

414

October 5, 1971 Press Release on Improvements in the Payroll Tax    

414

October 5, 1971 ESM Legislation on Payroll Tax Introduced 

414

October 6, 1971 New Democratic Coalition Platform Committee, New York City    

414

October 6, 1971 "Challenge of Liberal Consensus," Liberal Party Dinner, New York City    

414

October 7, 1971 "Politics of Postponement," Suffolk, Long Island    

414

October 7, 1971 Rev. Thomas Kilgore, Arnett Hartsfield and Willis Edwards (3 Black Leaders) Endorse ESM, Los Angeles, California    

414

October 8, 1971 ESM Remarks, Providence City Committee Dinner, Rhode Island    

414

October 8, 1971 ESM Remarks at Voter Registration Rally, Boston, Massachusetts    

414

October 9, 1971 ESM Remarks to Keene, New Hampshire, Chamber of Commerce    

414

October 9, 1971 Women's Council Created for Sen. Muskie    

414

October 9, 1971 Jean Warnke Reception for ESM and Jane Muskie, Washington, D.C.    

414

October 12, 1971 ESM Letter to Birch Bayh, Washington, D.C. 

414

October 14, 1971 ESM Remarks to Mercer County, New Jersey, Democrats    

414

October 14, 1971 ESM Remarks to Bergen County, New Jersey, Democrats    

414

October 16, 1971 ESM Remarks at Gov. Robert Docking Dinner, Topeka, Kansas 

414

October 18, 1971 For Maine Readers Only, ESM Urges President to Reverse Regulations on School Lunch 

414

October 21, 1971 Survivor Benefit Plan, Career Armed Service Personnel    

414

October 21, 1971 Congressional Record, Equal Rights Amendment    

414

October 21, 1971 Press Release, Missouri Governor Warren E. Hearnes Chairman of Citizens for Muskie    

414

October 21, 1971 ESM Remarks at Democratic Fundraiser, Tampa, Florida    

414

October 23, 1971 ESM at Portland, Maine, Rotary Club 

414

October 25, 1971 Maine Only, How Veterans Bill Affects Maine Servicemen 

414

October 26, 1971 ESM Education, Job Training Service Personnel    

414

October 26, 1971 ESM Statement on Judge Albert Beliveau    

414

October 26, 1971 ESM Statement on UN China Vote    

414

October 26, 1971 ESM Statement on Equal Rights Amendment    

414

October 27, 1971 ESM Criticizes Cannikin Decision 

414

October 28, 1971 Release on Homebuilders Speech    

414

October 28, 1971 Remarks at 32nd Building Products Executive Conference, Washington, D.C.    

414

October 28, 1971 Release on Homebuilders Speech, Spanish Translation    

414

October 29, 1971 ESM Remarks at St. Florian's School, Sedita Rally, Buffalo, New York 

414

October 30, 1971 ESM Remarks to New Hampshire Democrats    

414

October 30, 1971 Press Conference on Foreign Aid Vote, Manchester, New Hampshire    

414

November 1971 Statement on Latin America 

414

November 1, 1971 ESM Urges Negotiation of Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban    

414

November 1, 1971 Joint Statement on Drug Abuse Control Legislation    

414

November 2, 1971 ESM Speech to Weizmann Institute 

414

November 3, 1971 Press Release on Water Bill    

414

November 3, 1971 Arizona State Legislators Support ESM    

414

November 3, 1971 ESM Outlines Interim Foreign Aid Proposal    

414

November 4, 1971 ESM Remarks on Cannikin Blast Cancel or Truth 

414

November 5, 1971 Leadership in a World of Nations, Four Key Dinner, Arizona 

414

November 6, 1971 National Leadership and the Physical Environment, St. Regis College, Colorado 

414

November 7, 1971 ESM Scores White House on Water Control 

414

November 8, 1971 ESM Speech "To Lead Again," Northern California Democratic Dinner, San Francisco    

414

November 8, 1971 ESM-[Frank] Church Report Hits Confusion on 

414

November 8, 1971 Mental HealthCare for the Elderly ESM Remarks at Whittier College, California    

415

November 9, 1971 Frank Weaner Named Florida Finance Chairman    

415

November 9, 1971 ESM Statement on White House and Water Bill    

415

November 9, 1971 ESM Remarks, Portland Hilton Hotel, Oregon (Education and School Board) 

415

November 11, 1971 Governor Robert W. Scott Heads North Carolina Campaign    

415

November 11, 1971 ESM Statement on Social Security Reform    

415

November 11, 1971 ESM on Equal Employment Opportunity Enforcement Act    

415

November 14, 1971 Questions and Answers, New York University Forum    

415

November 14, 1971 "To Stand in Brandeis Tradition," Brandeis University, Boston    

415

November 15, 1971 Strategy for America 

415

November 16, 1971 Statement by Berl I. Bernhard Appointing Mrs. Myrlie Evers as Co-chairman of National Citizens Committee for ESM    

415

November 16, 1971 Myrlie Evers Endorses ESM    

415

November 16, 1971 Luther Hodges Joins North Carolina Muskie Campaign    

415

November 17, 1971 Vice Chairmen in North Carolina Appointed Muskie Committee    

415

November 17, 1971 ESM Statement, Nixon Gutting Pollution Permit System    

415

November 17, 1971 ESM Statement on Drug Abuse Compromise Bill    

415

November 19, 1971 State Legislators Support Muskie 

415

November 22, 1971 Gov. Edmund J. (Pat) Brown Endorses Muskie    

415

November 22, 1971 ESM Announces His Opposition to Earl Butz as Secretary ofAgriculture    

415

November 23, 1971 ESM Statement on Troop Reduction    

415

November 23, 1971 ESM Endorse Military Assistance for Israel    

415

November 23, 1971 Myrlie Evers to Meet Muskie Women's Council    

415

November 23, 1971 Remarks by ESM, Dinner, Chicago    

415

November 24, 1971 ESM Defends Women's Rights 

415

November 27, 1971 ESM Hits Delay in SALT Talk Negotiations 

415

November 29, 1971 ESM Calls for Early Action on Women's Rights Proposals    

415

November 29, 1971 ESM Speech Summary, Freedom Forum, Linton High School, Schenectady, New York    

415

November 30, 1971 ESM Remarks at Democratic Reception, Rochester, New Hampshire 

415

December 1, 1971 ESM Bill on Mental Health of Elderly    

415

December 1, 1971 Statement by Muskie on Establishing a Commission on Mental Health and Illness of the Elderly 

415

December 2, 1971 ESM Comments on [Sen. Jacob] Javits Resolution    

415

December 2, 1971 Excerpts from ESM Remarks to Women's National Advisory Council    

415

December 2, 1971 ESM Bill Focuses on Mental Health for the Elderly    

415

December 2, 1971 ESM Statement on Drug Abuse Legislation    

415

December 3, 1971 11 Student Leaders Back Muskie Effort    

415

December 3, 1971 ESM Opposes Rehnquist Nomination    

415

December 6, 1971 Midwest Labor Leader Bertram N. McNamara Endorses ESM 

415

December 7, 1971 ESM Introduces Bill, Truth in Government    

415

December 7, 1971 ESM Urges Four-point Program, India-Pakistan    

415

December 9, 1971 ESM Statement on Death of Dr. Ralph Bunche    

415

December 9, 1971 ESM on Possibility of Woman as Vice Presidential Candidate    

415

December 9, 1971 Florida First in Nation with Muskie Women's Unit    

415

December 9, 1971 ESM on Dangers of Rehnquist Nomination    

415

December 9, 1971 ESM Remarks at Rice Hotel, Houston    

415

December 11, 1971 ESM Remarks before B'Nai B'rith, Atlanta 

415

December 13, 1971 ESM on Child Care Veto 

415

December 14, 1971 Chicano Lawyer Supports ESM 

415

December 15, 1971 ESM, "A Coalition with Youth" 

415

December 16 ESM Remarks at Boston Rally   

415

December 16 Muskie Campaigns Opens Pennsylvania Office  

415

December 17, 1971 Muskie for President Unit Established in Delaware    

415

December 17, 1971 ESM Remarks at National Farmers Organization Convention, Kansas City, Missouri    

415

December 17, 1971 Muskie Urges Anti-trust Action to Save Farming for Farmers    

415

December 21, 1971 ESM Pledges to Reform Bargaining Power of Retired Workers    

415

December 21, 1971 Illinois District Slates Delegates to ESM    

415

December 27, 1971 Muskie Unit in New Jersey Announces Members 

415

December 28, 1971 ESM Urges Halt to Bombing 

415

December 29, 1971 James Hudson Named Coordinator for Michigan 

415

December 30, 1971 Muskie Campaign Appoints Loren Belker in Nebraska 

415

December 31, 1971 ESM Statement on Justice in U.S., Atlanta 1972 

415

1972 

289 f.34

January 4, 1972 ESM Letter to Ralph Nader on Property Tax    

416

January 4, 1972 ESM Announcement "A New Beginning"    

416

January 6, 1972 ESM News Conference, Washington, D.C.    

416

January 6, 1972 ESM News Conference, Concord, New Hampshire    

416

January 6, 1972 ESM Remarks at Manchester, New Hampshire    

416

January 7, 1972 Tiger Bay Press Conference, Tallahassee, Florida    

416

January 7, 1972 Anne Wexler Directs Citizens for Muskie Committee    

416

January 7, 1972 ESM Kick-off Rally, Tampa, Florida    

416

January 8, 1972 ESM Remarks at Pulaski High School, Pulaski, Wisconsin    

416

January 8, 1972 Remarks and Q and A, St. John the Baptist Church, Miami, Florida    

416

January 8, 1972 Press Conference with Sen. Adlai Stevenson, Stevenson Endorsement of ESM    

416

January 8, 1972 ESM Urges Aid for Soviet Jews to Emigrate to Israel    

416

January 8, 1972 ESM Calls for Reform of Access to Government Information    

416

January 10, 1972 Canal Zone Democratic National Committeeman Richard Koster Endorses of ESM    

416

January 10, 1972 ESM Remarks at Marathon City, Wisconsin    

416

January 10, 1972 Press Conference, Miami, Florida    

416

January 10, 1972 ESM Remarks at Milwaukee    

416

January 11, 1972 ESM Statement on Drug Addiction, Manchester, New Hampshire    

416

January 11, 1972 Joseph Duffy to Support Muskie    

416

January 12, 1972 ESM Defends Rights of Small Farmers    

416

January 12, 1972 ESM Urges Recognition of Bangladesh    

416

January 12, 1972 Joseph Freitas Campaign Manager in California    

416

January 12, 1972 Youth Leaders for Muskie to Meet in Washington, D.C.    

416

January 12, 1972 Arizona Steelworkers Endorse ESM National Student Leader Duane Draper Joins ESM Campaign    

416

January 13, 1972 ESM Remarks at Berlin, New Hampshire, Rally    

416

January 13, 1972 ESM Slate of Pledged Delegates Includes 50 Percent Women    

416

January 13, 1972 State Lawmakers Join Committee for Muskie    

416

January 14, 1972 Press Conference, New Hampshire 

416

January 16, 1972 "Meet the Press" 

416

January 17, 1972 Remarks of Sen. Muskie to Statewide Meeting of Muskie Delegates, Ft. Hayes Hotel, Columbus, Ohio    

416

January 17, 1972 ESM Criticizes Nixon Administration Opposition to Water Quality Act    

416

January 18, 1972 ESM Comments on EPA Delay in Announcing Request from General Motors    

416

January 18, 1972 ESM Appoints Alvin From Staff Director of Senate Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations of Government Operations Committee    

416

January 19, 1972 500 Student Leaders Endorse ESM    

416

January 19, 1972 Statement by Lanny Davis, National Youth Coalition    

416

January 19, 1972 ESM Urges Irish Unification, Washington, D.C.    

416

January 20, 1972 Remarks of ESM to Philadelphia City Council    

416

January 20, 1972 Press Conference with Mayor Frank Rizzo, Philadelphia    

416

January 24, 1972 ESM/Sen. Hugh Scott Introduce Measure to Help Tax Exempt Organizations Present Their Views    

416

January 24, 1972 Mayor Kevin White among ESM Massachusetts Delegates    

416

January 24, 1972 Mrs. Roy Wilkins Named to Muskie Citizens Committee    

416

January 25, 1972 Senior Citizens Invited to Join Muskie Campaign    

416

January 25, 1972 ESM Remarks, Q and A, Carbondale, Illinois, Rally    

416

January 26, 1972 ESM Urges Kosciuszko Home Be Made a National Historical Site    

416

January 26, 1972 Nixon's First Opponent [Jerry Voorhis] Endorses ESM    

416

January 27, 1972Polls Show Strong Gain for Muskie 

416

January 27, 1972 ESM Schedules Hearings on Clean Air Amendment 

416

January 28, 1972 Statement by Leonard Woodcock, Endorsement    

416

January 28, 1972 ESM Remarks and Q and A, DuPont Plaza Hotel, Miami, Florida    

416

January 29, 1972 Muskie Accuses Nixon of Breaking Promise to Women 

416

January 31, 1972 Ten Co-chairmen of Citizens for Muskie to Be Announced    

416

January 31, 1972 Muskie Proposes New Housing Security System    

416

February 2, 1972 Eleven National Leaders Help Muskie Reach Grass Roots 

416

February 3, 1972 Vermont Democrats Unite behind Muskie    

416

February 3, 1972 ESM Introduces Legislation to Assist Soviet Jewish Refugees    

416

February 4, 1972 ESM Tax Proposal Would Help the Elderly, St. Petersburg, Florida 

416

February 5, 1972 ESM Remarks at Rockford, Illinois    

416

February 5, 1972 ESM Remarks, Norwood Country Club, St. Louis, Missouri    

416

February 5, 1972 Amendment to S. 934, Health Professions Educational Assistance Amendments of 1971    

416

February 7, 1972 ESM Urges Substantial Changes in Health Care for Elderly 

416

February 8, 1972 ESM Introduces Jewish Refugee Act, D.C. 

416

February 9, 1972 Ruth Jones Named Muskie Media Relations Director    

416

February 9, 1972 ESM Speaks on Home Rule for District of Columbia    

416

February 9, 1972 ESM Remarks Regarding Administration Criticism of Vietnam Speech, Claremont, New Hampshire 

416

February 11, 1972 ESM Speech at Memorial High School, Manchester, New Hampshire 

417

February 12, 1972 South Carolina Muskie Committee Created 

417

February 14, 1972 ESM Remarks before Dade County, Florida, Senior Citizens    

417

February 14, 1972 ESM Unveils Major Health Proposal    

417

February 15, 1972 Bob Nelson Muskie Manager in Washington 

417

February 16, 1972 ESM Commends Vocational Education    

417

February 16, 1972 ESM on New Hampshire Bombing, Tallahassee, Florida    

417

February 17, 1972 ESM Outlines Program to Protect Elderly from Crime    

417

February 17, 1972 Viva Muskie Launches National Campaign Drive    

417

February 21, 1972 Volunteers Spur Muskie Campaign 

417

February 24, 1972 ESM Remarks, Clean Water Award, St. Charles, Illinois    

417

February 24, 1972 Josephine Czarnecka Muskie, Mother of Next President-    

417

February 25, 1972 ESM Breakfast Speech, Sarasota, Florida 

417

February 28, 1972 Women Leaders Endorse Muskie    

417

February 28, 1972 Muskie Financial Statement    

417

February 29, 1972 China Statement 

417

March 1972 Statement on Marijuana Commission Report 

417

March 1, 1972 [Joseph] McGovern, [David] Agnew Support Muskie    

417

March 1, 1972 Indiana Congressmen Endorse Muskie    

417

March 1, 1972 ESM Urges Advance Payments to Farmers    

417

March 2, 1972 ESM Rebukes Army Spying, Calls for Civilian Review Board    

417

March 2, 1972 ESM Urges 90 Percent Parity for Milk    

417

March 2, 1972 ESM Joins Radio Free Europe Resolution    

417

March 3, 1972 ESM to Enter North Carolina Primary 

417

March 4, 1972 ESM on Private Pension Plans    

417

March 4, 1972 ESM Criticizes UN Resolution against Israel    

417

March 6, 1972 ESM Urges Swift Senate Approval of National Voter Registration Act 

417

March 7, 1972 ESM Outlines Programs for Senior Citizens    

417

March 7, 1972 Women Share Leadership in Muskie Campaign    

417

March 9, 1972 ESM Outlines "National Fair Share Program"    

417

March 9, 1972 Busing Statement from YMHA [Young Men's Hebrew Association]Q and A, Miami    

417

March 9, 1972 Muskie Campaign Launched in Kansas 

417

March 10, 1972 ESM Opposed to Secretary of Agriculture Earl L. Butz'sDecision on Milk Prices 

417

March 12, 1972 ESM Attacks Aerospace Crisis    

417

March 12, 1972 ESM to Divulge Campaign Contributors    

417

March 13, 1972 ESM Commits Himself to Full Justice in Letter to Garth Reeves    

417

March 13, 1972 ESM Favorite in Arizona Preference Polls (Democratic Party Conventions), Cheyenne, Casper, Wyoming    

417

March 13, 1972 ESM Plan to Cut Prescription Prices    

417

March 14, 1972 Former Gov. Richard Hughes (New Jersey) and Pennsylvania Legislators Endorse ESM 

417

March 16, 1972 ESM Criticizes George C. Wallace and Nixon Ties to Special Privilege    

417

March 16, 1972 ESM Asks for Measures to Save Family Farms    

417

March 16, 1972 Background to ESM Antitrust Program    

417

March 16, 1972 ESM Outlines Trust Busting Plans    

417

March 17, 1972 ESM Remarks, Decatur, Illinois, Airport Reception    

417

March 17, 1972 ESM Urges Irish Unification    

417

March 19, 1972 ESM Remarks, St. Stanislaus Koska Communion Breakfast, Chicago 

417

March 20, 1972 ESM Statement on Auto Companies and Nixon Administration 

417

March 21, 1972 ESM Criticizes White House Report on Clean Air    

417

March 21, 1972 ESM Hails Drug Abuse Law    

417

March 22, 1972 ESM Statement on Women's Rights Amendment    

417

March 22, 1972 ESM Remarks, National Airport, Washington, D.C.    

417

March 24, 1972 ESM Blasts President Nixon on Aging Report 

417

March 25, 1972 ESM Criticizes Nixon Surrender to Polluters    

417

March 25, 1972 ESM Remarks to Wisconsin Resources Conservation Council    

417

March 28, 1972 ESM Reveals Education Program    

417

March 28, 1972 Assistance for Families Relocated by Federal Projects    

417

March 28, 1972 ESM Remarks at Stevens Point, Wisconsin 

417

March 29, 1972 ESM Remarks before Golden Age Senior Citizens Center, Appleton, Wisconsin 

418

April 1, 1972 ESM Introduces Measure to Aid Indians on State Reservations    

418

April 1, 1972 ESM Courthouse Speech, Viroqua, Wisconsin    

418

April 4, 1972 The Need for Government Regulation of Private Pension Plans 

418

April 6, 1972 Eunice Shriver Supports ESM 

418

April 7, 1972 ESM Letter to Secretary of State William P. Rogers 

418

April 8, 1972 ESM Blasts Nixon's Lake Pact    

418

April 8, 1972 ESM Remarks to Westchester County, New York, Democratic Dinner    

418

April 12, 1972 Muskie Amendment for $85 Million Assistance to Soviet Jewish Refugees 

418

April 13, 1972 ESM Remarks, Boston 

418

April 14, 1972 ESM Calls for 90-day Food Price Freeze, York, Pennsylvania 

418

April 16, 1972 ESM Statement on the Bombing, "Issues and Answers" 

418

April 17, 1972 ESM Statement upon Passage of Black Lung Benefits Act of 1972    

418

April 17, 1972 ESM Introduces Measure to Demand Bombing Halt, Washington, D.C.    

418

April 17, 1972 Muskie Statement on Earth Day, 1972    

418

April 17, 1972 ESM Remarks at D.C. Fundraiser, Washington Hilton    

418

April 18, 1972 Muskie Attacks Corporations Who Do Not Pay Taxes 

418

April 19, 1972 ESM Statement on U.S. Escalation in Vietnam    

418

April 19, 1972 Muskie's Statement on Israel's 24th Birthday    

418

April 20, 1972 Dorothy Cline Endorses ESM    

418

April 20, 1972 ESM Remarks at AFSCME [American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees] Rally, Philadelphia    

418

April 20, 1972 ESM to Vote against Richard Kleindienst    

418

April 21, 1972 Muskie Asks TV Time to Answer President    

418

April 22, 1972 Muskie Freeze on Fat Cat Income    

418

April 24, 1972 ESM Renews Call for Food Price Freeze    

418

April 25, 1972 ESM Cites Administration Failure 

418

April 27, 1972 Withdrawal Statement from ESM    

418

April 28, 1972 ESM Backs Suit against Oil Import Quotas    

418

May 1, 1972 Kentucky Governor Reaffirms Support for ESM    

418

May 2, 1972 ESM Statement on Death of J. Edgar Hoover    

418

May 11, 1972 "Thirty Minutes Worth..."    

418

May 25, 1972 ESM Blasts Administration Restraints in Stockholm Conference 

418

All Other (Press Files) 

Box

Pamphlets and Photocopies [Democratic Party and electoral resource 

488

materials] (3 folders) 

488

Muskie Radio operation [copies of radio feed scripts] (2 folders) 

488

Radio editorials 

488

Evening news monitor 

488

International economics speeches, drafts 

488

Press material, economics 

488

ESM position papers 

488

Speech Index 1971 

531

Speech Requests 

531

Speech Photo Request Forms 

532

ESM Bills, Floor Statements, Speeches etc. 1971 – Complete Lists 

532

Articles by ESM – Index 1970-1971 

532

Cover Letter/Public Information Material 

532

Photo Requests 

532

Corrections to Be Made 

532

ESM Voting Record, 91st Congress 

533

Endorsements 

418

National Citizens for Muskie Committee (Anne Wexler’s files) 

Box

Texas (3 folders) 

360

Steve Berry – Mail Task Force 

360

Labor 

360

Utah 

360

Virginia (2 folders) 

360

Washington 

360

West Virginia 

360

Wisconsin 

360

Wyoming 

361

Registration Kits 

361

Correspondence - Chronological (3 folders) 

361

To Be Filed - Chronological and State 

361

D.C. Fundraising 

361

Co-chairmen (2 folders) 

361

National Citizens 

361

National Citizens (2 folders) 

362

Blacks 

362

Businessmen for ESM 

362

Bethesda Precinct - Carded 

362

Jim Loeb 

362

Correspondence Received – National Farmers Committee 

362

Teachers 

362

American Federation of Teachers – Massachusetts 

362

Junior College Presidents – Massachusetts 

362

AMVETS – Massachusetts 

362

Business 

362

Consumers 

362

Farmers (2 folders) 

362

Form Letter 1 

363

Form Letter 2 

363

Copies of Card File, March 28, 1972 

363

State 

363

Athletes 

363

Lawyers – Massachusetts 

363

Academic – Correspondence from This Office 

363

Miscellaneous 

363

Viva Muskie 

363

Veterans 

363

Bates-Cornell 

363

Two Year Colleges - Vocational Education 

363

Citizens for a New Foreign Policy 

363

Ohio 

363

Correspondence – Teachers 

363

Lawyers 

363

Lists 

363

Mailing Lists 

364

Harvard Club of Washington 

364

Pennsylvania Miscellaneous 

364

American Federation of Teachers – Pennsylvania 

364

Contributors to Environmental Appeals 

364

Card Files [3 by 5 inches] (Addresses) 

365-366

State Political Files (in alphabetical order by state) 

367-368

Lawyers – Letters and Memos 

368

Direct Mail 

369

Voter Registration Kit 

369

France 

369

England 

369

Community Colleges – Michigan 

369

Anne Wexler 

369

General 

369

Muskie Speech Materials 

369

Academia – Cards 

369

Academics 

369

Veterans Mailings 

369

Health – Wisconsin 

369

ESM on Education 

369

AA [American Airlines] Services 

369

ADA [Americans for Democratic Action] 

369

Administration – Campaign 

369

Advertising 

369

AFL-CIO 

369

Atkins Printing Company 

369

Athletes 

369

Bills and Receipts 

369

Black Politics 

369

Campaign Spending 

369

Citizens - Administration 

369

Citizens - End List and Plates 

369

City Problems 

369

Compliance 

369

Convention States - Administration 

369

Convention States - Timetables 

370

Coordinators 

370

Correspondence : AW [Anne Wexler] Personal 

370

Forms 

370

Credentials 

370

Delegate Information 

370

Direct Mail Letters 

370

Durational Residence 

370

Education 

370

Endorsements 

370

Environmentalists 

370

Farmers 

370

Fund-raising 

370

Haller, Keith 

370

Health 

370

Issues – Campaign Themes 

370

[Henry M.] Jackson 

370

Justice 

370

Labor 

370

Lawyers 

370

Legal Services 

370

Legislators (State) 

370

Literature 

370

McGovern Commission 

370

McGovern, George 

370

Muskie Record 

370

[Ralph] Nader 

370

National Citizens Co-chairmen 

370

National Citizens Committee 

370

National Youth Caucus 

370

Novak (Mike) 

370

Ohio 

370

Oregon 

370

Originals 

370

Pennsylvania 

370

Personnel for Convention States 

370

Polling 

371

Press Mailing Forms 

371

Press – Muskie General 

371

Rhode Island 

371

Rural 

371

Scheduling 

371

Seniors 

371

Service Personnel 

371

South Dakota 

371

South Carolina 

371

Soviet Jewry 

371

Speakers 

371

Tax Reform 

371

Travel Expenses 

371

Veterans 

371

Vietnam 

371

Viva Muskie 

371

Volunteers 

371

[George C.] Wallace 

371

Welfare Rights 

371

White Ethnics 

371

Women's Rights 

371

Writers 

371

YDs [Young Democrats] 

371

Youth Coalition 

371

Speaker’s Bureau (Marthlu Bledsoe’s files) 

Box

Thank Yous 

371 f. 26

Speaking Requests - New York 

371

Speaking Requests - Massachusetts 

371

Pending, January – June 1972 (5 folders) 

371

Waiting 

372

Regrets 

372

Completed 

372

Coordinators 

372

Pending 

372

Chronological File 1972 January 

372

October-December 

372

VIP Schedules 

372

People 

372

General 

372

VIP Speakers (Biography, Pix and Miscellaneous)/Trip File 

Box

Pat Brown (2 folders) 

372

Jonathan Bingham 

372

Kenneth M. Curtis 

372

Joseph A. Doorley, Jr. 

372

Joseph Duffy (2 folders) 

372

Thomas F. Eagleton (2 folders) 

373

Myrlie Evers (2 folders) 

373

Henry Fonda 

373

Gov. Wendell Ford 

373

Louis Garcia 

373

John J. Gilligan 

373

Artis Gilmore 

373

Sen. Albert Gore 

373

Mike Gravel (2 folders) 

373

Roosevelt Grier (2 folders) 

373

Robert Hooks 

373

Michael J. Harrington 

373

Philip A. Hart (2 folders) 

373

Joseph E. Karth 

373

Peter N. Kyros (2 folders) 

373

Frank Licht 

373

James L. Loving Jr. 

373

Sen. Thomas McIntyre 

373

Frank E. Moss 

373

Esther Peterson 

373

Henry S. Reuss (2 folders) 

373

Calvin L. Rampton 

373

Jack E. Robinson 

374

Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. (2 folders) 

374

Robert W. Scott 

374

Fernand J. St. Germain 

374

Milton Shapp 

374

Sen. Stuart Symington 

374

C. Delores Tucker 

374

John Tunney (2 folders) 

374

Joseph Tydings 

374

Morris K. Udall 

374

Kevin White 

374

Natalie Wood 

374

Special Assistant to the Staff Director (Michael Barnes’ files) 

Box

Alabama 

374 f. 15

Arizona 

374

Arkansas 

374

California (2 folders) 

374

Colorado 

374

Connecticut 

374

Delaware 

374

Florida 

374

Georgia 

375

Illinois 

375

Indiana 

375

Iowa 

375

Kansas 

375

Kentucky 

375

Louisiana 

375

Maine 

375

Maryland 

375

Massachusetts 

375

Michigan 

375

Minnesota 

375

Missouri 

375

Montana 

375

Nevada 

375

New Jersey 

375

New York (2 folders) 

376

North Carolina 

376

North Dakota 

376

Ohio 

376

Oklahoma 

376

Oregon 

376

Pennsylvania (2 folders) 

376

Rhode Island 

376

South Carolina 

376

South Dakota 

376

Tennessee 

376

Texas 

376

Utah 

376

Virginia 

376

Vermont 

376

Washington 

376

West Virginia 

376

Wisconsin 

376

Washington, D.C. (National Headquarters) 

376

Names Sent to State Headquarters 

376

Foreign Countries 

376

State Profiles by Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Research Staff 

Box

Alabama 

489

Arkansas 

489

Georgia 

489

Louisiana 

489

Mississippi 

489

Montana 

489

New Mexico 

489

North Carolina 

489

Oklahoma 

489

Rhode Island 

489

Alabama 

489

Arizona 

489

Arkansas I 

489

Arkansas II 

489

California 

490

Colorado 

490

Connecticut (2 folders) 

490

Delaware (2 folders) 

490

Florida 

490

Georgia 

490

Hawaii 

491

Idaho 

491

Illinois I (2 folders) 

491

Illinois II (2 folders) 

491

Indiana (2 folders) 

491

Iowa I 

492

Iowa II 

492

Kansas 

492

Kentucky 

492

Louisiana I 

492

Louisiana II 

492

Maine 

492

Maryland (2 folders) 

493

Massachusetts (2 folders) 

493

Michigan (3 folders) 

493

Minnesota I 

493

Minnesota II 

494

Mississippi 

494

Missouri I (2 folders) 

494

Missouri II (2 folders) 

494

Montana 

494

Nebraska I (2 folders) 

495

Nebraska II 

495

Nevada 

495

New Hampshire 

495

New Jersey (2 folders) 

495

New Mexico 

495

New Mexico 

496

New York I (3 folders) 

496

New York II 

496

North Carolina (2 folders) 

496

North Dakota 

496

Ohio 

497

Oklahoma 

497

Oregon 

497

Pennsylvania 

497

Rhode Island (2 folders) 

497

South Carolina 

497

South Dakota 

498

South and North Dakota (2 folders) 

498

Tennessee (2 folders) 

498

Texas (3 folders) 

498

Utah 

499

Vermont 

499

Virginia (2 folders) 

499

Washington 

499

West Virginia 

499

Wisconsin 

499

Wyoming 

500

Administrative Assistant (John McEvoy’s files) 

Box

Tony Lake 

377 f. 3

Matt Lifflander 

377

[John V.] Lindsay 

377

McGovern 

377

George Mitchell 

377

John Dean 

377

Al From 

377

Jim Goodbody 

377

Jay Goodman 

377

Milt Gwirtzman 

377

Jim Hall 

377

Hubert Humphrey 

377

Les Hyman 

377

[Edward M.] Kennedy 

377

Richard Kline 

377

Irene Murphy (Women's Rights) 

378

Bob Nelson 

378

Don Nicoll (2 folders) 

378

[Richard M.] Nixon (includes budget, drugs, State of the Union, State of the World, Vietnam) 

378

Gary Orfield 

378

Arnold Picker 

378

Tony Podesta 

378

Sargent Shriver 

378

Bob Shrum 

378

Barney Skolnick 

378

Bob Squier 

378

Dick Stewart 

378

Maynard Toll 

378

Wallace 

378

Black Caucus Meeting 

379

Domestic Briefing 

379

Issues (2 folders) 

379

Wrap Up 

379

Youth Coalition for Muskie (Lanny Davis’ files) 

Box

General (2 folders) 

379 f. 6

Bureaucracy - MEC 

379

Expense Report 

380

Invitations 

380

Lanny's Trips 

380

Letters - Political Contacts, Regions I-VII 

380

Letters - Personal 

380

Memos - YCM from Staff 

380

Memos - To Lanny 

380

Muskie State Committee 

380

Old Memos and Copies 

380

Notes – YCM Meetings 

380

Policy Positions – Muskie July 1971 

380

Registration 

380

Schedules – Past Trips 

380

Senator Muskie's Schedule 

380

Sign-up Sheets 

380

Student Loan Proposal 

380

Student Action Conference 

380

Kevin Sullivan 

380

Tax Exemption Project 

380

Trip Planning Sheets 

380

Why Muskie- (Good Copies) 

380

Lists of State Democratic Chairmen; State by State Sheets on Lists of Presidential Election Registration Laws; League of Women Voters – Volunteers 

380

States 

Box

Alabama - Operation Endorsement 

381

Alabama - Students 

381

Arkansas 

381

California - Registration Kits 

381

California - “Why Muskie-” by Nick Johnson, Southern California YCM 

381

Georgia 

381

Hawaii – Outside Resources 

381

Idaho – Outside Resources 

381

Illinois - Outside Resources 

381

Illinois - Telephone Contacts 

381

Illinois - YCM Contacts 

381

Maryland - Registration Kits 

381

Maryland - YCM 

381

Mississippi - Letters (3 folders) 

381

Mississippi - Operation Endorsement 

381

Mississippi - Students 

381

New Jersey - Outside Resources 

381

New Jersey - YCM Contacts 

381

New Mexico - Outside Resources 

381

New Mexico - YCM Contacts 

381

New York - Outside Resources 

381

New York - Registration Kits 

381

New York - YCM Contacts 

381

North Carolina - [Jon] Childress and [Gary] Cole - NCYCM 

381

North Carolina - February 13-14/Duke [University] and YD [Young Democrats] and UNC [University of North Carolina] 

381

North Carolina - Letters 

381

North Carolina - Letters (2 folders) 

382

North Carolina - Nick Rahall 

382

North Carolina - Registration Kits 

382

North Carolina - Student Action Follow-up (Robo by Kevin Sullivan, Region III) 

382

North Carolina - NCYC (Youth Councils of North Carolina) 

382

North Carolina - Outside Resources 

382

North Carolina - YCM Contacts 

382

North Dakota – Outside Resources 

382

Ohio - Outside Resources 

382

Ohio - YCM Contacts 

382

Oklahoma – Outside Resources 

382

Oregon - Outside Resources 

382

Oregon - Registration Kits 

382

Oregon - YCM Contacts 

382

Pennsylvania - Outside Resources 

382

Pennsylvania - Registration Kits 

382

Pennsylvania - YCM Contacts 

382

Pennsylvania 

382

Pennsylvania 

382

Rhode Island 

382

South Carolina 

382

South Dakota 

382

Tennessee (3 folders) - Outside Resources 

383

Tennessee (3 folders) - Registration Kits 

383

Tennessee (3 folders) - YCM Contacts 

383

Texas – Outside Resources 

383

Utah – Outside Resources 

383

Vermont – Outside Information 

383

Virginia - Outside Resources 

383

Virginia - Registration Kits 

383

Virginia - YCM Contacts 

383

West Virginia - General 

383

West Virginia - Outside Resources 

383

West Virginia - YCM Contacts 

383

Washington - Outside Resources 

383

Washington - YCM Contacts 

383

Wisconsin - Outside Resources 

383

Wisconsin - Registration Kits 

383

Wisconsin - YCM Contacts 

383

Wyoming – Outside Resources 

383

D.C. - Outside Resources 

383

D.C. - Registration Kits 

383

D.C. - YCM Contacts 

383

National Political Director (James Hall’s files) 

Box

Berl Bernhard Testimony 

383

Campaign Spending Limitations 

383

[John J.] Cenna 

383

Congressmen 

383

Control Memos 

384

Coordinators 

384

Ervin Committee (Watergate) 

384

ESM Washington (PA) Trip 

384

Labor 

384

Gore, Albert (2 folders) 

384

Issues 

384

Letters 

384

Tennessee Letters 

384

Miscellaneous 

384

Ohio 

384

Press Release 

384

Statistics and Clips 

384

Tennessee - Unicoi County 

384

[Untitled] 

384

West Virginia 

384

Wisconsin Democratic Convention 

384

Pro-Muskie Propaganda 

384

Congressional Record : Muskie's Perspective on America 

384

Speech Material 

385

Campaign Manager (Berl Bernhard’s files) 

Watergate Reference Files 

Box

[Patrick] Buchanan Task Force Assertions, Lists and Explanations 

385

Chart of Accounts 

385

Code of Campaign Ethics – Buchanan, [Herbert] Porter, [Frank] Mankiewicz et al. 

385

Copies File 

385

Dirty Tricks (2 folders) 

385

Financial Materials – Submissions, Charts, Fundraising 

385

Impact of Dirty Tricks – Buchanan, Mankiewicz, Navarro 

385

Miscellaneous (2 folders) 

386

Mott, Stewart 

386

Questions and Answers/quotes 

386

Rebuttal Materials 

386

Reform Statement/Attached Cases 

386

Staff Cuts and Deficits 

386

Financial Records 

Box

Muskie Campaign (3 folders) 

386

Muskie Campaign (4 folders) 

387

Muskie Convention Committee (2 folders) 

387

Muskie for President Committee (8 folders) 

387

Muskie 

387

Accounts Payable 

387

CAB [Civil Aeronautics Board] Complaint File 

387

Committee Termination Letters (to Creditors) 

387

Personal Property Tax 

387

Equipment and Furniture Purchased in Full 

387

Muskie Alabama Committee 

387

Disclaimer – Bills 

387

Unemployment Compensation Board 

387

GAO [Government Accounting Office] 

387

Federal and State Filing Forms 

387

Payroll Ledger – Muskie Election Committee (2 folders) 

387

Campaign Memoranda 

387

Mott Attacks Disclosure 

387

1972 Primary Dates 

387

Hertz/Avis Matter 

390

Reference Materials 

390

Reforms 

390

[John] Mitchell-[Maurice] Stans Trial/subpoena 

390

Mitchell-Stans 

390

DNC Settlement 

390

Subpoena re: John Mitchell 

390

Democrats 

390

120 

390

Campaign Reform Practices 

390

Cover and Index 

390

Campaign Information 

390

Campaign Reform 

390

Return to BIB [Berl I. Bernhard] (2 folders) 

390

Return to BIB [Berl I. Bernhard] (2 folders) 

391

Trip Books 1970 (Arranged by State) 

Box

Illinois 

391

Maine 

391

Maryland 

391

Massachusetts 

391

Missouri 

391

New Hampshire 

391

New York 

391

Kansas City (2 folders) 

391

Ohio 

392

Pennsylvania 

392

Texas 

392

Miscellaneous 

392

All Other (Bernhard) 

Box

Strategy Memoranda, April 1971 

385

Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 – Guidebook for Candidates for Congress 

385

Federal-State Election Law Survey (includes first issue July 1, 1973 and Supplements No. 1 and 2) 

385

Watergate Sabotage/espionage Articles 

391

Berl Bernhard – Campaign Files 1971-1972 (3 folders) 

392A

Financial Reports Submitted by State Committees to the U.S. Comptroller General [donated by Berl Bernhard] (38 folders) 

548A

Mrs. Muskie’s campaign files (Jane G. Muskie) 

Thank You Cards [4 by 6 inches] by State 

Box

Alabama-Louisiana 

419

Maine-New Jersey 

420

New Mexico-Wisconsin 

421

Returned Thank You Letters 

422

Trip Files and Thank Yous, by State 

Box

Arizona 

422

California (2 folders) 

422

Florida (2 folders) 

422

Georgia (2 folders) 

422

Illinois (2 folders) 

422

Iowa (2 folders) 

423

Maine (2 folders) 

423

Massachusetts (2 folders) 

423

Maryland 

423

Nebraska 

423

Nevada 

423

New Hampshire (2 folders) 

423

New Jersey 

423

New York (2 folders) 

423

Ohio 

423

Oregon (2 folders) 

423

Pennsylvania 

423

Utah, Nevada, California, Oregon, November 5-10, 1971 

423

Vermont 

423

Virginia 

423

Washington, D.C. 

424

West Virginia 

424

Wisconsin (2 folders) 

424

Correspondence Files, by State 

Box

To Be Labeled and Filed, by State (3 folders) 

424

Arizona 

424

California 

424

Washington, D.C. 

424

Florida (2 folders) 

424

Georgia 

424

Illinois 

425

Indiana 

425

Iowa 

425

Kentucky 

425

Maine 

425

Maryland 

425

Maryland Press 

425

Massachusetts 

425

Michigan 

425

Minnesota 

425

Nebraska 

425

Nevada 

425

New Hampshire 

425

New Jersey 

425

New York 

425

North Carolina 

425

Oregon 

425

Pennsylvania 

425

Utah 

425

Virginia 

425

Washington 

425

West Virginia 

425

Wisconsin 

425

Speeches and articles 

Speeches 

Box

Gainesville, Florida, January 27, 1972 

426

Lewiston, Maine, January 14, 1972 

426

Milford High School, New Hampshire, December 16, 1971 

426

Miami Beach Senior Citizens, December 9, 1971 

426

Democratic Brunch, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 6, 1971 

426

Suggested Remarks for JGM for November 6, 1971 

426

Polish National Alliance, September 22, 1971 

426

Notecards for various JGM speeches 1971-1972 

426

Text for various JGM speeches 1971-1972  

426

Articles 

Box

National Enquirer Article, "Why I Think My Husband Would Make a Great President," February 1972 

426

Newspaper Article: "Projects If I Were First Lady" 

426

Our Lady of Czestochowa, May 14, 1972 

426

Columbus, Ohio, April 12, 1972 

426

Gainesville, Florida, Speech, January 27, 1972 

426

Seventeen Article 

426

Clippings for JGM [Jane Gray Muskie] 

426

Articles for Jane Muskie as of February 29, 1972 

426

Mrs. Muskie's ESM Travels, January-September 1971 

Box

January 11, 1971 

429

25945 

429

25946 

429

European Trip, January 1971 

429

Thank Yous, Trip 1971 

429

February – June (5 folders) 

429

September 

429

Miscellaneous Gayle Corey Files 

Box

General (2 folders) 

431

Miscellaneous Invitations and Interview Requests, Late 1970 

431

Personal Correspondence, Fall 1970 

431

General Correspondence, 1970-1971 

431

Women for Muskie 

431

Magazines 

431

Television 

431

Contribution Requests 

431

Memorabilia 

431

All Other (Jane Muskie) 

Box

Hospital 

425

Christmas Card Helpers 

425

Incomplete (Newsletters) 

425

[Address Labels and Newspaper Addresses] 

425

[Reporters] 

425

[Names and Blank Schedule Sheets] 

425

JGM Schedules, 1971 

426

Calendars 

426

Monthly Schedules for Mrs. Muskie As of January 1, 1972 

426

Memos, etc. regarding Jane Muskie’s role in campaign 

426

Press Schedules as of January 1, 1972 

426A

Miscellaneous Correspondence to May 1972 (2 folders) 

426A

Miscellaneous Correspondence to May 1972 

427

Miscellaneous Correspondence since May 1972 

427

Mondays for Muskie 

427

Newsweek Articles 

427

Newsletter 

427

Clips - Mount, File and Circulate 

427

Jane Muskie Newsclips (Second Copies), 1971 

427

Invitations Accepted 

427

Invitations Declined 

427

New Hampshire 

427

Pending 

428

JGM Transcripts 1971 

428

Chronological [Correspondence, Mary Hoyt], 1971 

428

Personal Congratulations for Mrs. Muskie, 1968 (2 folders) 

428

Miscellaneous File 1968 – Requests, Recipes, Autographs 

428

Biographies – Jane Muskie 

428

Brono Junction 

428

Miscellaneous Campaign Letters 

428

Miscellaneous Files 1968 

428

Asthmatic Research 

429

[Gifts - Books and Pictures] 

429

Press Kit Covers 

429

Press Kits 

429

Complete JGM Kits 

429

1971 Clippings on Mrs. Muskie (2 folders) 

429

Mrs. Muskie's 1972 Schedules (3 folders) 

430

JGM Clips (2 folders) 

430

ESM Schedules, February-July 1971 (2 folders) 

430

Campaign finance (Richard Kline’s files) 

Fundraising (by State) 

Box

Alabama 

432

Alaska 

432

Arizona - Special – Sam Grossman 

432

Arkansas 

432

California 

432-434

Connecticut (2 folders) 

434

Colorado 

434

Delaware 

434

District of Columbia 

434-436

Florida 

436-437

Georgia (3 folders) 

437

Hawaii 

437

Idaho 

437

Illinois 

437-438

Indiana 

438

Iowa 

438

Kansas Special – John Montgomery 

438

Kansas 

438

Kentucky 

438

Louisiana 

438

Maine 

438-439

Maryland 

439-440

Massachusetts 

440-441

Michigan (3 folders) 

441

Minnesota 

441

Mississippi 

442

Missouri Special 

442

Missouri 

442

Nebraska 

442

Nevada 

442

New Hampshire 

442

New Jersey 

442-443

New Mexico 

443

New York (includes Matt Lifflander) 

443-446

North Carolina 

446

Ohio 

446-447

Oklahoma 

447

Oregon 

447

Pennsylvania 

447

Rhode Island 

448

South Carolina 

448

Tennessee 

448

Texas 

448

Utah 

448

Vermont 

448

Virginia (4 folders) 

449

Washington 

449

West Virginia 

449

Wisconsin (includes David Carley) 

449

Wyoming 

449

Foreign Countries 

449

National Fundraisers, April 29, 1970 - April 17, 1972 

Box

List of Past Events 

450

April 29, 1970, Breakfast Meeting, New York City 

450

May 4, 1970, Luncheon Meeting, New York City 

450

June 8, 1970, Luncheon Meeting, New York City 

450

June 18, 1970, Dinner Meeting, "21," New York City 

450

June 23, 1970, Breakfast, Pierre Hotel, New York City 

450

August 2, 1970, Pinebrook Country Club Dinner, Boston 

450

August 27, 1970, Redstone Dinner, Boston 

450

September 18, 1970, Cocktail Reception, Los Angeles 

450

September 22, 1970, Cocktails at "21," New York City/Sam S. Goldstein 

450

September 24, 1970, Breakfast, Pierre Hotel, New York City 

450

November 10, 1970, Louis Wolfson Dinner, Miami 

450

January 18, 1971, ESM Dinner, Kaufman County, Texas 

450

February 1971, Mickey Berger Reception, Pittsburgh 

450

March 1971, California Trip 

450

March 17, 1971, FDR Dinner, New York City 

450

March 18, 1971, Luncheon, Pierre Hotel, New York City 

450

April 6, 1971, Jerry Shestack's Dinner, Philadelphia 

450

April 24, 1971, Omaha Luncheon 

450

April 30, 1971, Atlanta Luncheon 

450

May 2, 1971, Reception, Drake Hotel, Chicago 

450

May 6, 1971, Claude Spink Dinner, Miami 

450

May 8, 1971, Dinner, The Bristo, Los Angeles 

450

May 14, 1971, Reception and Dinner, Milwaukee 

450

May 20, 1971, Luncheon, Recess Club, New York City 

450

May 21, 1971, Luncheon, Carleton House, New York City 

450

May 24, 1971, Breakfast, Detroit 

450

June 7, 1971, Women's New York City Meeting 

450

June 8, 1971, Cocktails, Paula Morgan's Apartment, New York City 

450

June 11, 1971, Luncheon, Boston 

450

June 25, 1971, Dinner, Marvin Davis, Denver 

450

July 1971, Joe Sinay, Proposed Visitors to D.C. 

450

July 20, 1971, Bill Ylvisaker Dinner, Washington, D.C. 

450

July 21, 1971, Detroit Meeting (Ed Schuman) 

450

July 23, 1971, Orchard Lake Event, Orchard Lake, Michigan 

450

August 10, 1971, Reception, Houston, Texas 

450

September 6, 1971, James F. Boccardo Dinner, Los Gatos, California 

450

September 7, 1971, Rep. Richard T. Hanna Reception, Los Angeles 

450

September 7, 1971, John Sweetland Lunch, Los Angeles 

450

September 7, 1971, San Francisco Breakfast 

450

September 7, 1971, Jerry Brown Meeting, Los Angeles 

450

September 7, 1971, Beverly Hills Dinner 

450

September 8, 1971, San Diego Reception 

450

September 9, 1971, Portland, Oregon, Dinner 

450

September 19, 1971, Florida, Dick Leandri Party, Cocktail Party, Clearwater 

450

September 19, 1971, Florida Dinner at D.R. Hall 

450

September 20, 1971, Governor's Luncheon, South Carolina 

450

September 20, 1971, Harry House Reception, Tennessee 

450

September 24, 1971, Reception with Sen. Harold Hughes Supporters, Iowa 

450

September 25, 1971, Angelo Geocaris Lunch, Chicago 

450

September 25, 1971, Harold Perlman Dinner, Chicago 

450

September 26, 1971, Nebraska Finance Committee Luncheon 

451

October 1, 1971, Private Dinner with Robert Benjamin and Arthur 

451

Cohen, New York City 

451

October 2, 1971, Ohio Reception at Governor's Mansion 

451

October 6, 1971, Matthew L. Lifflander Luncheon, New York City 

451

October 7, 1971, Matthew L. Lifflander Luncheon, New York City 

451

October 8, 1971, Mrs. Merle Goldstein Reception, Providence, Rhode Island 

451

October 9, 1971, New Hampshire 

451

October 15, 1971, Dinner, Kansas City, Missouri 

451

October 21, 1971, Miami Luncheon, Promenade Restaurant 

451

October 21, 1971, Tampa Dinner (1,500 Attended) 

451

October 22, 1971, Tampa Breakfast Hosted by Frank Weaner 

451

October 22, 1971, Orlando Luncheon 

451

October 26, 1971, Texans to D.C. 

451

October 29, 1971, Larry Tisch Dinner, Regency Hotel, New York City 

451

November 5, 1971, Ken Horn Reception, Portland, Oregon 

451

November 6, 1971, Donald Pritzger Dinner, San Francisco 

451

November 14, 1971, Boston Brandeis University Club 

451

November 14, 1971, Redstone Reception, Boston 

451

November 19, 1971, Clambake, Sonesta Beach Hotel, Florida 

451

November 22, 1971, Abe Feinberg Dinner, New York City 

451

November 23, 1971, Dinner, Blackstone Hotel, Chicago 

451

November 29, 1971, Harold Grant Luncheon, Newark, New Jersey 

451

December 3, 1971, Detroit Dinner, Raleigh House 

451

December 9, 1971, Reception, Houston Club 

451

December 9, 1971, Billie Goldberg Reception, Bob Lanier's Residence, Houston 

451

December 10, 1971, Claude Spink Dinner, Jacksonville, Florida 

451

December 12, 1971, Abe Goldstein Brunch, Standard Country Club, Atlanta 

451

December 13, 1971, Irving Blum Dinner, Washington, D.C. 

451

December 14, 1971, Cocktail Party, New York Hilton 

451

December 14, 1971, Felix Rohatyn Dinner, New York City 

451

December 14, 1971, Head Table, Ileitis Dinner, New York City 

451

December 15, 1971, Time Luncheon, New York City 

451

Massachusetts Mailing (Business Executives) 

451

Announcement Mailing 

451

January 5, 1972, Dinner, Regency Hotel, Matthew Lifflander, New York City 

451

January 7, 1972, Frank Weaner Dinner, Busch Gardens, Tampa 

451

January 10, 1972, David Carley Reception (25 Expected), Milwaukee 

451

January 14, 1972, Maine Fundraising Event 

451

January 20, 1972, Jerome J. Shestack Reception, Philadelphia 

451

January 27, 1972, National Finance Committee Meeting 

451

February 15, 1972, Ohio Finance Committee Meeting 

451

February 20-21, 1972, Palm Springs Trip 

451

February 21, 1972, Los Angeles Dinner 

451

February 22, 1972, San Francisco Dinner 

452

February 23, 1972, Cuhady Reception, Milwaukee 

452

February 25, 1972, Mandell Shimberg, Jr., and W.H. Mills' Reception, Tampa and St. Petersburg 

452

February 26, 1972, Hartford, Connecticut, Reception 

452

February 29, 1972, New York City Dinner 

452

March 1, 1972, Illinois Meeting 

452

March 1, 1972, Boston Dinner 

452

March 8, 1972, Finance Meeting, New York City 

452

March 21, 1972, Cleveland Dinner 

452

April 5, 1972, Finance Meeting, Hyatt Regency, O'Hare International Airport, Chicago 

452

April 17, 1972, D.C. Dinner, Hilton Hotel 

452

Financial Records and Projections, 1971-1972 

Box

Daily Reports 1971 (6 folders) 

454

Weekly Reports, January-April 1971 

454

Financial Statements (5 folders) 

455

Closed Committees 

455

National Fundraising 

Box

Arizona 

455

California 

455

Florida 

456

Iowa 

456

Massachusetts 

456

New Hampshire 

456

New York 

456

Wisconsin 

456

Wisconsin (Brink) 

456

California Lists (June 22, 1971) 

456

Scott Hutchinson Lists (Maine) 

456

California Citizens Contribution List 

456

California Direct Mail Slips 

456

Connecticut 

456

Notification of Contributions 

456

Illinois 

456

Memos to Us – Contributions Received 

456

Michigan 

456

Pennsylvania 

456

Celebrity Fundraising 

Box

New York Entertainers 

456

Letters – Entertainers 

456

Val Schulte – Entertainers (2 folders) 

456

Schedules – Entertainers 

456

Entertainment – Gimmicks, Jingles etc. 

456

Lists - Citizen Groups 

Box

Lawyers – To Be Filed (4 folders) 

456

Environment 

456

Citizens Groups – Alabama-Wyoming (2 folders) 

458

Primary Laws 

458

Contributor Information, Including Comptroller General Forms (2 folders) 

458

Muskie for President 

458

Contributor Cards [4 1/4 by 5 1/2 inches] "People," A-V 

459

Contributor Cards [4 1/4 by 5 1/2 inches] W-Z 

460

Wine and Cheese Tasting Party, Alphabetically by Name 

460

"Organized Alphabetically for Period April 7-21, 1972" 

460

Muskie Convention Committee, Alphabetically by Name 

460

Alabama-Hawaii, Alphabetically by State 

460

Illinois-Wyoming, Alphabetically by State 

461

Miscellaneous, Alphabetically by Name 

461

All Other (Kline) 

Box

Bios That Have Been Typed 

452

DK [Dick Kline] Memos – Funding State Operations 

453

Dick's Correspondence 1971 

453

Dick's Correspondence 1972 

453

DK Special Memos 1972 

453

DK Memos – Meetings with ESM, Luncheons, Dinners 

453

Nixon Goof/Republican Report 

453

Memos to Berl [I. Bernhard] and Arnold [Picker] 

453

Memos from Berl Bernhard 

453

Muskie Miscellaneous Committees/ All GAO [General Accounting Office] 

431

Muskie for President Accounts Receivable since April 7, 1972 

431

Reports (2 folders) 

431

Kennebunkport Fundraiser 

452

Memos to MEC [Muskie Election Committee]/Hill Staffs 

453

Miami Convention Mailing 

452

Memos to George Mitchell 

453

Memos from George Mitchell 

453

Dick's Travel Forms 

453

Chuck Winner Travel Forms 

453

National Finance Committee 

453

Lists (3 folders) 

453

Tax Laws Information 

454

Newsletter 

454

Director of Headquarter Operations (Harold Wolff’s files) 

Box

Altmaier Bumper Sticker 

462

798 - Arboretum 

462

Arboretum Correspondence 

462

Campaign Committee Laws 

462

Proper Priority Committee 

462

Colorcraft 

462

Equipment Contracts 

462

722A – Equipment – Furniture General 

462

722B – Equipment – Robo/MTST Operations 

462

Field, Lawrence 

462

Finance Meeting, February 10 

462

Form Letters 

462

Frye, Ken 

462

812 - Fundraising, In Kind 

462

Grant, Harold 

462

Green Duck Co. 

462

Guarantees and Warranties 

462

Guard Service 

462

Hardship 

462

700 - Headquarters Operation 

462

701 - Hill Office 

462

Insurance 

462

Invoice Reference File 

462

1972 K Street Lease 

462

L Street 

462

Leases 

462

Leasing Agent 

462

933 – Legal – Sales Tax 

462

Letters of Recommendation 

462

Liquor 

462

727A - Mail System 

462

Materials - Correspondence 

462

Materials - Forms 

462

Miscellaneous Correspondence 

462

794 - Move 

462

Moving - Movers 

463

Muskie Election Committee 

463

Night Telephone Service 

463

730 - Parking 

463

Personnel 

463

Photos 

463

Printing 

463

Price, David 

463

Receipts 

463

Receivables 

463

Robo Rental Bill 

463

Security 

463

721A2 – Space – Current 

463

812A - Stationery 

463

Stationery Requirement 

463

Stationery Sample 

463

721D - Subleasing 1660 L Street 

463

Submitted Designs 

463

726 - Supplies 

463

724 - Telegrams 

463

Telephone Use 

463

Telephone Credit Cards 

463

723B2 - Telephone Orders 

463

Travel Freight Bills 

463

729C - Travel Insurance 

463

Unemployment Competition 

463

Xerox 

463

Director of Operations (Peter Brink’s files) 

Box

Correspondence (3 folders) 

463

Common Cause Litigation – Ralph Nader Litigation 

464

Florida 

464

Furniture 

464

Illinois 

464

List of Contributors 

464

Reports to Clerk of House 

464

Supplies 

464

Typewriters 

464

Xerox 

464

702 Maine Office 

464

729.A.General Insurance 

464

771.B.Tad Cantril 

464

800 Financial – Key Information 

464

801 Overall Budget, September-December 1971 

464

803 Past Monthly Expense Statements (2 folders) 

464

813.B.Joe Wilson 

465

813.C.Sargent Shriver 

465

813.D.Irving Moskowitz 

465

813.E.Mrs. Pare Lorentz/Friendly 

465

813.F.Watson 

465

813.G.Arnold Picker 

465

813.H.Stan Goldstein 

465

813.I.I. Turner 

465

813.J.Frank Carroll 

465

813.K.John Linnehan 

465

851 New Hampshire 

465

852 Florida 

465

855 New York 

465

856 Georgia 

465

857 Illinois 

465

858 Missouri 

465

905 Common Cause Suit 

465

Books on Elections 

465

New Hampshire Primary Campaign Accounts 

Box

Check Register of the Strafford National Bank 

465

Muskie for President Checkbook VII 

465

Muskie for President Checkbook VIII 

465

New Hampshire Accounts and Cash Receipts Ledger 

465

More Accounts and Cash Receipts Ledgers (2 folders) 

465

Paid Bills (6 folders) 

465

Paid Bills (17 folders) 

466

Correspondence 

466

Paid Reimbursements (4 folders) 

466

Phone Bills 

466

Phone Bills (2 folders) 

467

Bank Reconciliation (2 folders) 

467

Muskie Election Committee Accounts (Milton Semer’s files) 

Box

Budget Drafts 

468

Budgets, Old 

468

Direct Mail, Current 

468

Special Reports 

468

Budget 1970 

468

Business Letters 1970 

468

Income and Expense Statement 

468

Muskie Campaign Financial Reports 

468

Bank Statements 

468

Petty Cash Receipts 

468

Journal Back-up Sheets 

468

Monthly Summary 

468

Projected Expenses, Quarterly 

468

Time Sheets, 1970 

468

Tax Returns, 1970 

468

Waterville, Maine, Office 

468

Finance Reports (2 folders) 

469

Muskie for Vice President Committee (3 folders) 

469

Bank Account (Closed) 

469

General Correspondence 

469

Copies of Checks Received 

469

Copies of Checks Received (2 folders) 

470

Muskie Election Committee Lists of Contributors (File Copies) 

470

Reports of Muskie for Vice President and Muskie Election Committee to Clerk of House 

470

MEC Correspondence re Contributions (3 folders) 

470

MEC Correspondence re Contributions (2 folders) 

471

MEC Administrative Correspondence 

471

Muskie Income and Expense Statement 

471

Miscellaneous Current MPS [Milton P. Semer] 

471

Financial Disclosure Files 

Box

Maine for Muskie, Citizens for Muskie Committee Reports 

471

1969 Financial Disclosure 

471

Financial Disclosure [1969-1972] 

471

1970 Financial Disclosure 

471

Muskie Contributors/1958, 1964, 1970 

472

Muskie Fundraising 1972 (3 folders) 

472

1972 Contributors List 

472

1972 Campaign Debts 

472

Campaign Financial Reports 1970 (3 folders) 

472

Election Expense Sheets 1956-1958 (2 folders) 

472

Election Expense Sheets 1958 

472

Muskie for Senate Financial Reports 1964 (2 folders) 

472

Muskie Financial Statement, February 28, 1972 

472

Waterville Office (Marjorie Hutchinson’s files) 

Box

1970-1971 Convention Delegates (Maine) 

500

1972 Delegates and Alternates to Democratic National Party 

500

Invitation Information 

500

Return to Sender Letters 

500

Muskie for President Committee (3 folders) 

500

Miscellaneous 

500

Miscellaneous 

501

1972 Stationery 

501

Congressional Directory 1965-1966 (Mailings) 

501

Miscellaneous Expense Information (3 folders) 

501

Living Alumni/Thomas College 

501

Memos Regarding January Fundraiser for Senator Muskie 

501

Filming Material for Friday, January 14, 1972 

501

Muskie for President Committee 

501

Nursing Home Material and Information (Controversy) 

501

Sugar Beet Industry 

501

Cumberland County Convention Delegates (2 folders) 

502

1972 Campaign Material 

502

Announcement Material 

502

Support for 1972 Candidacy 

502

Environmental Study 

502

List of Maine Lawyers and Real Estate Brokers 

502

Elmer Violette for Congress (includes financial records, campaign materials, reports, contributors) 

502-504

Filing 

504

Violette for Congress [Ledger Sheets] 

504

Filing [Tapes] 

504

Muskie Memorabilia (3 folders) 

504

Muskie for President Reception Cards, Arranged Alphabetically by Name 

505

Thank You 1972 (3 folders) 

506

Contributors – January 14, 1972, Fundraiser (2 folders) 

506

Bills Paid by Treasurer Scott Hutchinson, Muskie for President Committee (4 folders) 

506

Bills Paid by Treasurer Scott Hutchinson, Muskie for President Committee (3 folders) 

507

Certificates, Clippings 

507

Miscellaneous Campaign (3 folders) 

507

League of Conservation Voters – Environmental Records of Presidential 

507

Candidates 1972 

507

Letter to Maine, August 28, 1967 

507

Maine Sunday Telegram Reprint, September 20, 1970 

507

Le Messager, July 18, 1970 

507

Biographical Data, March 1971 

507

Congressional Record, July 19, 1971 

507

Invitation to Muskie Presidential Dinner, January 14, 1972 

507

Lyndon Johnson Pens Used in Signing Ceremonies 

507

Campaign Materials (2 folders) 

508

Press Kits 

508

Biographical Pictures 

508

Maine Democratic Party Rosters 

508

Maine-New Hampshire Operations (Charles Micoleau’s files) 

Box

Clubs (New Hampshire) 

508

Manchester 

508

GOTV 

508

New Hampshire Campaign 

508

New Hampshire 

508

Maine Trip, April 23-25, 1973 

508

Kennebunk Fundraiser 

508

Education – School Desegregation - Child Welfare (Clippings) 

508

State Chairmen's Association (2 folders) 

508

Maine Discussion Groups 

509

Maine Notebook 

509

Notebook (for Kennebunk Fundraiser) 

509

Maine Schedule, March 16-19, 1973 

509

August 1971 Newsletter 

509

Miscellaneous (6 folders) 

509

Miscellaneous 

510

McGovern Maine Campaign 

510

Cumberland County 

510

Maine Convention 

510

Computer Printout on Second District 

510

Unbound Computer Material 

510

Elmer Violette Fundraiser 

510

List of Campaign Contributors to Elmer H. Violette for Congress 

510

D.C. Fundraising (1972 Violette Reception) 

510

Muskie Fundraising 1973 

510

Contributor Lists 1971-1973 

511

George Mitchell Fundraising 1974 

511

1972 Muskie Campaign (2 folders) 

511

Muskie Record, February 1972 

511

Miscellaneous campaign materials [donated in 2000] 

511

Edmund S. Muskie’s files 

Personal Correspondence 

Box

(White), September 4 - October 31, 1971 

513

(White), November 11, 1971 - January 12, 1972 (2 folders) 

513

(Pink) 

513

(White), January 13 - May 10, 1972 

513

Post-primary VIP correspondence 

513

Correspondence and article from Dick Stewart 1973 

513

Committees 

Box

Democratic Policy Committee 

515

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1967-1969 

515

Subcommittee on Health of the Elderly of Special Committee on Aging 

515

Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations of Governmental Operations Committee 

515

Subcommittee on Arms Control and International Organization of Foreign Relations Committee 

515

Vietnam 

Box

General (2 folders) 

515

ESM (4 folders) 

515

Jack Stempler 

516

Briefing Papers, 1966 - Fall 1967 (2 folders) 

516

Official 

516

Files Retained by ESM until 1996 

Box

Boston's View of Early Primaries, March 15 - April 24, 1972 (2 folders) 

523

News Clips (columnists, periodicals, polls) September-October 1971, February-March 1972 

523-535

Fact Book (4 folders) 

526

Fact Book: The Nixon Record, July 1972 (3 folders) 

526

Richard Nixon and the Special Interests 

527

Watergate Caper and Related Republican Spying 1972 (2 folders) 

527

Vic Fingerhut Writings 1972 

527

Senator Edmund S. Muskie Speech Book, October 1972 (2 folders) 

527

Boiler Room Handbook on Delegates to the 1972 Democratic National Convention (3 folders) 

527

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights under Law (Ford Foundation Grant, 1968) 

528

Committee for National Unity (3 folders) 

528-529

1970 Schedules 

529A, 530

Correspondence (includes Robert L. Nelson, campaign structure, personal, letters of support) 

530, 530A

Trip Book for Syracuse, NY, April 20, 1971 (2 folders) 

530A

Speech Prep Materials for Wisconsin, November 1971 

530A

Ginger From – Idaho, Minnesota, Nevada, Oregon, Puerto Rico 

530A

Briefing Book for June 1972 Trip – Missouri, Oklahoma, Montana, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Arizona, Political Memos 

530A

Briefing Book for June 1972 Trip – Missouri, Oklahoma, Montana, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Arizona, Political Memos 

531

Convention 1972 

531

Convention Book– North Carolina, Vermont, Connecticut, Iowa, Oklahoma, Delegate Selection, Party Leaders, Contacts, Weekly Reports (2 folders) 

531

Democratic Officials – State by State Listings of Governors, Senators, U.S. Representatives, Mayors, County Chairmen and Selected Others (2 folders) 

531

Other ESM Files 

Box

Private and Personal 

512

"To Maine" (2 folders) 

512

ESM Committees and Funds – Forms and Letters 

512

Questions and Answers – Maynard Toll (3 folders) 

512

Miscellaneous 

513

Staff Reorganization and Resumes 

513

Trip to California, January 22, 1971 

513

Trip to Lagos, Nigeria 

514

Class of 1958 Party (November 19, 1970) 

514

Muskie, Ellen (Wedding) 

514

Trip Overseas, January 3-17, 1971 (2 folders) 

514

Honorary Awards Received 

514

Political 1970 

514

Hyde School Stationery 

514

Muskie, Stephen 

514

1970 

514

Accident (Auto, January 20, 1971) 

514

Tapes Transcribed 

514

Telephone Conferences 

515

Memos 

515

Memoranda on campaign debts, espionage, etc. and schedules 

515

Memos, etc. on Nixon dirty tricks, 1973 

515

SALT [Strategic Arms Limitation Talks] (3 folders) 

516

1972 Campaign – Personal (2 folders) 

516

1972 Democratic Convention – Personal (4 folders) 

517

Billie Sol Estes 

517

Henry M. Jackson 

517

Richard M. Nixon 

517

Members of Congress and VIPs – Correspondence 

517

Key Contributors Meeting (2 folders) 

518

Hyde School 

518

Texas News Conference Briefing Book 

518

ESM - Membership 

518

Telephone Calls - In - December 21, 1972 - February 15, 1973 

518

Maine Press Briefing 

518

Memos from Don Nicoll on Campobello Meeting Held April 25 and 26 

518

ESM Birthday Cards 1974 (2 folders) 

518

United States General Accounting Office 

518

Office of Secretary of Defense 

518

German Trip – Receipts, Invitations etc. 1966 

519

Jackson State University Trip and Related Materials (3 folders) 

519

Voting Record 1959-1971 (4 folders) 

519

ESM Position Papers (3 folders) 

520

Lagos Conference, March 1971 - Country Book (2 folders) 

520

Lagos Conference, March 1972 - Conference Book (2 folders) 

520

Israel Trip Book – Appendix (3 folders) 

521

ESM Statements and Positions (2 folders) 

521

Economic Trends and Relations of Latin America 

521

Question and Answer Book 1972 

521

Question and Answer Book 1972 (2 folders) 

522

Muskie Position Book 1972 (2 folders) 

522

Meeting with Agricultural Task Force, October 18, 1971 

522

National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 

522

Reading – Other 

522

Domestic issues briefing book for meeting with Democratic Study Group, July 16, 1971 

522

Speech Drafts 

523

Posters 

523

Correspondence 

523

Public Employees in the U.S. 

523

Clippings 

523

Miscellaneous memos, speech drafts, schedules and clippings 

523

Miscellaneous files 

Box

FCC Regulations 

533

New Jersey Party 

533

Massachusetts Polls 

533

Farm Vote 

533

Muskie/National Parks 

533

Fingerhut, Vic 

533

Insurance 

533

Computer Listing of [Maine] House and Senate 

533

Cards for McGrath Cocktail Party (2 folders) 

533

Survey - Honorable Edmund S. Muskie, for His Personal and Confidential Use [1964] 

533

Miscellaneous Publications 

533

Factual Campaign Information, 1968 

533

Special Campaign Buttons 

533

Polish Publications (2 folders) 

534

Draft of Book 

534

Miscellaneous Memos to ESM, Generally from Don Nicoll (2 folders) 

534

Campaign Material 1960 

534

Survey: Maine Political Climate, August 1964, by Oliver Quayle 

534

Gubernatorial Speeches (2 folders) 

534

Photographs 1966 

535

Maine Action Plan, Democratic Platforms 1968, Kenneth Curtis Inaugural 

535

WTVL Recording, Paul Harvey Program, September 16, 1961 

535

Recordings – The Leading Question, May 1964; The Soul of Poland 

535

Photograph Album, Muskie 1968 

535

1970-1972 Maine Democratic Party Roster 

535

Issues 1970 

535

Clippings from African Trip 

535

Media Invitations 1972 

535

Muskie on the Issues 

535

List of All Candidates, Republican and Democratic, in May 9, 1972, West Virginia Primary 

535

Miscellaneous Political Support and Correspondence (3 folders) 

535

Convention Information – Not Democratic, but Sites, Advertising, Union Conventions, Groups etc. (2 folders) 

536

ESM Foreign Policy Positions, July 1971 

536

Delegate Information 

536

Official Canvas of Arizona – General Election of November 5, 1968 

536

Illinois Follow-up 

536

Ohio, March 21 

536

Political Information on New York 

536

Pennsylvania, March 22 

536

Rockford, Illinois 

536

Telephones 

536

Kennedy Poll Circulation 

536

Miscellaneous June 1972 Press Releases 

536

HHH [Hubert Horatio Humphrey] 

536

Robo Drafts, Spring 1971 

536

Marchant Cogito 412 and 414 Operating Instructions 

537

Draft Copy of ESM on the Issues 

537

Steno Books 

537

Telephone Conferences 

537

1969-1970 Events 

537

1971 Events 

537

Finances 

537

Finance Meetings 

537

Statement by ESM Following Defeat of Vietnam Land Reform Amendment, December 12, 1969 

538

Confidential Fundraising 

538

Territories 

538

1970 Elections 

538

Advance Follow-ups 

538

Miscellaneous Poll Findings 

538

Miscellaneous April 1972 Schedules 

538

Miscellaneous 

538

Computer Cards [7 1/4 by 3 1/4 inches] 

539

YCM [Youth Coalition for Muskie] Lists 

540

Nixon Files: Muskie and Nixon Essays 

540

FACT and RMN [Richard M. Nixon] Material (2 folders) 

540

Nixon Files – Position Essay (2 folders) 

540

Speech Occasion Memos 

540

Oregon Party (3 folders) 

540

Delegate Selection Information 

541

Letters 

541

YCM (Out of Town Workers) 

541

Miscellaneous 

541

Robo Tapes (4 folders) 

541

Robo Tapes (8 folders) 

542

Robo Tapes (4 folders) 

543

1972 Campaign Materials 

548B

Mondays for Muskie materials (Donated by Connie Pavlides) 

548G

Contributor Lists 

Box

Dairymen 1200 

543

Beauticians 1300 

543

Mitchell Contributors 1900 Completed 

543

Fishermen 8000 

544

Conservation 500 

544

National Labor 

544

Restaurants 800 

544

Ophthalmologists 45 

544

Chiropractors 50 

544

Youth Services 850 

544

Social Services 1000 

544

Justices of the Peace - Notaries Public 400 

544

Washington - Maine 

544

Oil Dealers 200 

544

Mitchell Registered Voters 4934 

544

Senior Citizens 3000 

544

McGovern Contributors (Completed) 950 

544

Firemen, Volunteer and Union (Completed) 

545

Firemen, Volunteer and Union (Completed) (2 folders) 

545

1973 Telethon 950 

545

"Hold - Out of State" - Computer Printouts 

545

Labor Organizations 1000 

545

Democratic State Convention Delegates and Alternates 1974, 4000 (2 folders) 

545

State of Maine Primary Chart of 1974 

545

National McGovern Completed 1696 

545

500 Club 1974 

545

Democratic City Committee Members 200 

545

McGovern Volunteers (Completed Code RO) 2500 

545

Watergate Files 

Box

John McEvoy Press Memoranda (and Related Information) 

546

Muskie Campaign Finances 2 – Bernhard/Kline Close-out (2 folders) 

546

Watergate Finance Investigation 1972-1973 (2 folders) 

546

Testimony and Exhibits of Berl Bernhard, Former Campaign Manager for Senator Edmund S. Muskie, Before the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (2 copies each of 2 folders) 

546

Computer Print-outs 

Box

Cobol Compilation, Source Listing (March 29, 1968) 

547

Supervisor of Elections, Registry of Voters, Bethesda, Maryland, Precinct (August 1, 1970) 

547

Supervisor of Elections, Registry of Voters, Bethesda, Maryland, Precinct (August 31, 1970) 

547

Listing of [Members of State] House and Senate [All State Legislators] (January 26, 1972) - 2 copies 

547

Muskie for President Committee, Payroll State Tax Reports, First Quarter 1972 (6 folders) 

547

Prospect Stats (March 1, 1972) 

547

Prospects, Not Added (March 1, 1972) 

547

[List of Indiana Daily and Weekly Newspapers, Radio Stations andTelevision Stations for U.S. Senator Birch Bayh, March 7, 1972] (2folders) 

547

Prospects Source Code Counts (March 15, 1972) 

547

Contributer M/F Update (March 28, 1972) 

547

Muskie for President Committee, Payroll Register, First Quarter, 1972 (3 folders) 

547

Muskie for President Committee, Payroll Register, First Quarter, 1972 (3 folders) 

548

Contributor Updates, ASC 3 and 5 (February 15, 1972) 

548

List of Delegates to the 1972 Democratic Convention – June 29, 1972 (45 folders) 

548

ASC050 M/F Listing of File - SM [List of Donors to Muskie's 1972 Campaign], pp. 546-597 [1972] 

548

Convention and Advertising Materials (Donated by Lawrence and Louise Butler in 1989) 

Box

1972 Convention (2 folders) 

548G

Muskie for President Campaign Advertising Materials 

548G

ESM Events/Appearances in Maine 1971-1972 

548G

Muskie Election/Muskie for President Committees [Senate Office files] 

Muskie for President Committee [Donated by Scott F. Hutchinson in 1996] 

Box

General Election Report of Contributions and Expenditures, Nov. 29, 1971-April 6, 1972 

548B

Reports/returns of Campaign Receipts and Expenditures 1972-1973 

548B

Notification of Appointment, November 12, 1971 

548B

Registration Form, May 9, 1972 

548B

Paid Bills 1971-1972 (2 folders) 

548B

Bills and Expenditures 1972-1973 

548B

Follow-ups 1972 

548B

Directory of Financial Contributions 1969-1972 (2 folders) 

548B

Receipts for "Muskie for President Committee" as of January 10, 1972 

548B

Paid Contributions: Muskie Reception as of February 14, 1974 (2 folders) 

548C

General Correspondence 1971-1973 (6 folders) 

548C

General Correspondence ( 2 folders) 

548

Invites for the September 23 Reception at the Holiday Inn [1971] 

548

Names of Those Invited for the Dinner of January 1972 

548

January 14, 1972, Dinner Attendance 

548

Manual of Regulations and Instructions, U.S. General Accounting Office 

548

Miscellaneous Invoices, Invitations, Donations 1972 (2 folders) 

548

Contributions for President Committee 1972 (2 folders) 

548

Daily Letters - Hutchinson 1971-1972 

548

Daily Letters – Hutchinson 1971-1972 

548E

Thank-you Notes - Muskie 1972 

548E

Inserts from Canal Bank – Checks and Receipts 1972-1973 

548E

Campaign Information from the U.S. General Accounting Office 1971-1972 

548E

Photos of Muskie with Volunteers [1972] 

548E

Clam Bake/Lobster Feed of Sept. 29, 1973 

548E

"Muskie for President" Reception 1971-1972 

548E

Contributor Lists [1971-1972] 

548E

Card File: Contributors to the Muskie for President Reception, January 14, 1972, Sheraton Eastland Motor Hotel 

548
Box

Expenditure Records 

548H

Transfers in Schedule 5 

548H

Billing for Jan/Feb/Mar 72; Cash Receipts for January/February 72 

548H

Billing Journal Jun 71 - Nov 71; Cash Receipts Feb 71 - Dec 71 

548H

Finance Committee's Cash Sheets 

548H

Individual Reports 

548H

Pat Whittaker Stuff 

548H

Youth Coalition for 

548H

Chemical Bank 

548H

Checks and Ledgers 

548H

Purchases May 71 - Dec 71; Checks Issued Jan 71 - Dec 71 (2 folders) 

548H

Bank Reconciliation (AS and T, MEC, MTC, MMC) 

548I

Purchase Journal Jan/Feb/Mar 72 – Cash Disbursements Jan–on (3 folders) 

548I

   Payroll Ledger: Master Employee File (2 folders) 

548I

Payroll State Tax Reports 

548I

Payroll First Quarter 1972 

548I

Loan Tables 

548I

Journal 

548J

Generalized Payroll System: User Manual 

548J

Welcome to Our Bank 

548J

   LHC Accounts Payable (3 folders) 

548J

Muskie Convention Committee Payroll Ledger 

548J

Tax Returns 1971 

548J

Response: Information on Contributors 

548J

Media Expenditure Vouchers: A – B (2 folders) 

548J

Weekly Political Reports 

548J

Media Expenditure Vouchers: C – W (15 folders) 

548K

Hotel Bills and Payments (3 folders) 

548K

Hotel Bills and Payments (5 folders) 

548L

Deposit Slips, Stop Payments, etc. 

548L

Campaign Code 

548L

Post Office 

548L

Mistake - Our List 

548L

Mistake - Their List 

548L

Atlanta Lunch 4/30/71 [Used Address Labels] 

548L

Newsletter - Delete 

548L

Newsletter - Change of Address 

548M

Change of Address - Prospect File 

548M

Delete from Prospect File 

548M

Sunday Batch #506 

548M

Contributor Update 

548M

Prospects to Be Added 

548M

Update of Contributor File 

548M

Add to Mailing List 

548M

Untitled [Taped Paragraphs for Letters] 

548M

Prospect Stats 

548M

Untitled [Press Lists, Requests for Photos, etc.] (2 folders) 

548M

Returned Muskie News (3 folders) 

548M

Cover Sheets for Mailing Lists 

548M

Lobbyists [Congressional Research Service reports] 1971-1972 

548M

Muskie/Nixon Positions – Agriculture 1971 

548N

Agriculture/Policy (Agricultural Background I: 1972) (2 folders) 

548N

Agriculture/Policy (Agricultural Background II: 1972) (2 folders) 

548N

1972 Task Force: Membership Assignments (Labor Strategy – Memos to Task Force) (3 folders) 

548N

Muskie Voting Record 1969-1972: Campaign Material (4 folders) 

548O

Home Rule Votes 

548O

Assorted Staff Memos, etc. 1971-1972 

548P

Economic Concern/Antitrust: 1972 Issue Paper Only 

548P

1972 Campaign/Education 

548P

McGovern Voting Record/1972 Campaign 

548P

Final Nixon Civil Rights Record 1969-1971 

548P

Muskie Negative Research 1971-1972 

548P

Immigration Record 1971 

548P

Record – General (+ Personal Legislation) 1971 

548P

Defense Votes/1972 Campaign 1959-1971 

548P

ESM Attendance/Voting Record/91st-92nd Congress 1972 

548Q

Record on Environment 

548Q

Spanish-speaking 

548Q

ESM "Record on..." (2 folders) 

548Q

Amendments Record [1972] 

548Q

1 Memoranda/News Clips (2 folders) 

548R

4 Stewart Mott 

548R

6 ESM Endorsements 

548R

7 Task Force Lists (2 folders) 

548R

Letters-Memos 1972 (4 folders) 

548S

Meet the Press Briefing Material on Foreign Affairs 1970 

548S

South Carolina Delegates/News clips 1972 

548S

Meet the Press Briefing Material on Domestic Issues 1970 

548S

Telephone Book of Illinois Muskie Delegates 

548S

Iowa Phone Book, Muskie and Uncommitted Delegates [1972] 

548S

Issue Memos, Prepared by L. Street 1970 

548S

Speeches, Memos, Press Releases 1970-1972 

548S

Questions and Answers (briefing books) 1971-1972 

548T-U

Draft Democratic Fact Book [Muskie vs. Nixon records] 1971 (3 folders) 

548V

Muskie Domestic Task Force 1971 (4 folders) 

548V

Press Assistant (Susan Harrigan’s files) 

Diaries 

Conditions Governing Access

[Diary entries for Jan. 7-11, 1971 and Jan. 17-21, 1972(-) were on audiocassette only, and have been cataloged as SC1354 and SC1355, respectively. In addition, access to Harrigan’s diaries is conditional upon written approval of the donor; please see archives staff for more information]

Box

Oct. 10, 1970-Feb. 3, 1971 

548W

Jan. 3- 17, 1971 Overseas “Trip to meet the leaders of the world” 

548W

Jan. 22-27, 1971 California trip 

548W

Feb. 4-July 26, 1971 

548W

July 29-Nov. 4, 1971 

548W

Dec. 1, 1971-Apr. 26, 1972 

548W

Overseas Trip January 1971 

Box

Memoranda and itinerary 

548X

Briefing book 

548X

Media advance 

548X

Cables 

548X

Press coverage (3 folders) 

548X

Official itinerary for Israel trip 

548Y

Israel 

548Y

Egypt-O.A.R. 

548Y

U.S.S.R. 

548Y

California Trip January 1971 

Box

Trip book – press 

548Y

General 

548Y

ESM speeches and statements in California 

548Y

Other (Harrigan) 

Box

Campaign staff memoranda 1970-1971 

548X

Muskie and Nixon election eve speeches 1970 

548X

Muskie response to anti-Shipley advertisements 1970-1971 

548X

Correspondence re: The Ledger Syndicate and ESM weekly column 1969-1971 

548X

Address book circa 1970-1972 

548X

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Subseries G: 1976 Senate Reelection Campaign 1976-1977   20.0 Linear feet 40.5 manuscript boxes

Scope and Content

Files maintained by Maine for Muskie Committee to support what turned out to be his last Senate reelection campaign, this time against Republican challenger Robert Monks. The files contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, copies of speeches and speech drafts, computer printouts of polling data, lists of contributors and supporters, reports on campaign expenditures, position statements by Muskie, information on Monks' campaign and background, press releases, and printed material. There are also files on issues that might be raised during the campaign, such as shoe imports, abortion in the wake of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, the proposed Dickey-Lincoln water power project in northern Maine, and energy conservation; records on campaign office operations and meetings and other events with supporters; and materials collected to prepare Muskie for upcoming debates with his opponent.

Arrangement

This subseries is arranged in the order it was received when it was shipped to Bates, with later accessions and records reassigned from other series added at the end.

Briefing Books 

Box

October 13 

585A

October 14-16 

585A

October 16-17 

585A

October 22 

585A

Bicentennial Briefing Book, July 2 

585A

Debate Briefing Book, October 6 (2 folders) 

585A

Folder 

585A

July 10-12 

585A

Charles J. Micoleau Files 

Box

1976 Convention 

586E

1976 Convention – Vice Presidential Consideration (2 folders) 

586E

1976 Primary Results/ Maine 

586E

Democratic National Committee/Convention / 1976 

586E

ESM 1976 Support 

586E

Maine Democratic Convention, 1976 

586E

Maine Radio 

586E

Misc. Memorandum/ ESM 

586E

Victory Reception, 1977 

586E

Computer Print-outs 

Box

Cambridge Survey Research #407, Maine, May 1975 (June 2, 1975) 

569

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Voting History for Edmund S. Muskie Starting with 91-1 Congress (February 26, 1975) 

569

The New York Times Information Bank, Muskie, January 1973 et seq. (February 15, 1974) 

569

Volume I, Questions 1-9, pages 13-689 

570

Volume II, Questions 10-40, pages 690-1,450 

571

Volume III, Questions 40-57, pages 1,451-1,938 

572

Volume IV, Questions 58-82, pages 1,939-2,642 

573

Volume V, Questions 83-95, pages 2,643-3,163 

574

Volume VI, Questions 96-118, pages 3,164-3,763 

575

Volume VII, Questions 119-137, pages 3,764-4,317 

576

Volume VIII, Questions 137-154, pages 4,318-4,935 

577

Volume IX, Questions 155-180, pages 4,936-[5,452] 

578

Cambridge Survey Research #407, Maine, May 1975 (July 1, 1975) 

579

Cambridge Survey Research #407, Maine, May 1975 (July 2, 1975), 

579

Cambridge Survey Research #407, Maine, May 1975 (June 4, 1975) 

579

Cambridge Survey Research #407, Maine, May 1975 (July 8, 1975), 

580

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Voting History for Edmund S. Muskie Starting with 94-1 Congress (February 14, 1976) 

580

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Voting History for Edmund S. Muskie Starting with 94-1 Congress (October 11, 1975) 

580

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Voting History for Edmund S. Muskie Starting with 94-2 Congress (May 26, 1976) 

580

Individualized Senator's Voting Record for Senator Muskie, 94th Congress, 2nd Session (January 22 - July 2, 1976) 

580

Cambridge Survey Research #581, Maine, July 1976 (July 29, 1976) 

581

Alpha List, U.S. Senator Muskie, 2nd Muskie (September 13, 1976) 

582

Cambridge Survey Research #581, Maine, July 1976 (August 19, 1976) 

582

Cambridge Survey Research #581, Maine, July 1976 (August 2, 1976) 

582

Cambridge Survey Research #581, Maine, July 1976 (August 9, 1976), 

582

Cambridge Survey Research #723, Maine, September 1976 (September 17, 1976), Job #123 

582

Cambridge Survey Research #723, Maine, September 1976 (September 17, 1976), Job #284 

583

Cambridge Research Survey #746, Maine, September 1976 (October 2, 1976) 

584

Cambridge Survey Research #723, Maine, September 1976 (September 27, 1976) 

584

[Vote Compilations, Maine House and Senate Districts], [November 1976] 

585

Cambridge Survey Research #792, Maine, October 1976 (October 17,1976) 

585

Cambridge Survey Research #792, Maine, September 1976 (October 6, 1976) 

585

Cambridge Survey Research #820, Maine, October 1976 (October 24,1976) 

585

Precincts Reported [Presidency, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, and Maine Bottle Bill], [November 1976] 

585

Selected Tracts [1976] 

585

Correspondence 

Box

Confidential Mailing, September 26, October 10 

551

Ken Curtis 

551

Lester Hyman 

551

Pat Angelone 

551

Sample Letter 

551

Xmas Card Lists – Phil Merrill Reception List 

551

Media 

Box

Oransky-Elliot (2 folders) 

566

Vision Associates 

566

1976 Campaign 

567

1976 Campaign Budget 

567

1976 Campaign/issues and Research 

567

76 Campaign Plans 

567

76 Plans and Campaign Schedules 

567

Budget Committee Clips 

567

Campaign Materials '76 

567

CM memos re: future of Maine for Muskie Committee, 1978 

567

Elizabeth Drew Piece 

567

Maine for Muskie Committee Records, etc. 1980-1981 

567

Old 1972 Florida Campaign Debt (1976 File) 

567

Ralph Nader, Muskie Profile 1972 

567

Reply to State of the Union 

567

Rothstein/Buckley 

567

1976 Campaign and Post-campaign Clips (2 folders) 

568

Rolling Stone Article 

568

Position Books 

Box

1976 

585A

Abortion 1976 

585A

Abortion 1976 

585B

Debate, October 8, 1976 

585B

Issues 1976 

585B

Robert Monks 

Box

News 

549

Monks (2 folders) 

550

Social Security 

550

Transcripts 

550

Brochures - Monks 

558

Debates and Intermediaries 

558

Material for Muskie-Monk Debate (2 folders) 

558

Misc. Notes and Notecards on Monks 

558

Monks Ad 

558

Monks Debate/ad Controversy File 

558

Monks on the Issues 

558

Muskie/Monks Debate Transcripts 

558

Muskie/Monks Debates 

558

Sprague Co. 

558

Unpaid Taxes 

558

General 

586C

Trip Books 

Box

Sept. 1-7 

585C

Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 (3 folders) 

585C

October 16 

585C

October 19 

585C

October 12-13 

585C

October 29-30 

585C

All Other, in box order 

Box

Maine for Muskie 

549

October Releases 

549

October Issues Releases 

549

Muskie - [Robert] Monks Debate No. 1, WCSH-TV, October 11, 1976 

549

Bangor Daily News Polls 

549

Maine Media Guide 

549

Monks "White Papers" 

549

ESM Papers 

549

Congressional Record Reprints 

549

Newsletter 

549

Campaign Press Releases (2 folders) 

549

Muskie - Current DC Press Releases 

549

Muskie Quotes from DC News 

549

National Journal Article 

549

July '76 

549

Press - Miscellaneous – ESM 

550

Press releases and packet 

550

News Conference Contacts 

550

Photograph for Stationery 

550

Advertising File 

550

Computer Materials 

550

Internal Notes, Meetings 

550

Muskie (Old) Editorials 

550

Muskie Democratic Review Article 

550

Spending Reform Information 

550

Jane Muskie Bios 

550

Peter Brann's Issue Letters 

550

The Muskie Record 

550

Beepers 

550

Budget Reform Information 

550

Advance - Press Memo - Mike Aube - Alyce Bouchard 

550

Muskie Record 

550

Monks Ad Transcript 

550

Endorsement Letters 

551

Social Security Information 

551

Debates 

551

Federal Money for Maine - Davies 

551

Right to Life Letter 

551

Amnesty Position 

551

Shoes Article, Information – Small Business Articles Requests 

551

Pending Interview Requests 

551

Information Requests 

551

Maine for Muskie 

551

Dick Davies 

551

Brochures 

551

Lawn Signs - ESM 

551

Millennium 

551

Newspaper Ads 

551

Oransky, Elliot Advertising, Inc. 

551

Political Advertising – Radio and TV Prices - ESM 

551

Rothstein/Buckley Radio Project 

551

Radio Interviews – Record of Interviews on Tape 

551

Sample Stationery '76 

551

Vision Associates 

551

TV Spots - ESM 

551

Maine Radio 

551

Radio Stations Miscellaneous 

551

Political 

553

Maine Scheduling 

553

Monks 

553

1975 Appointment Book-Senator Muskie's Copy 

553

1975 Appointment Book-Gayle Corey's Copy 

553

Senator Edmund S. Muskie Trip Book, September 10-13, 1976 

553

Briefing Book Copy, October 2-13 

553

Briefing Book Copy, October 5-13 (2 folders) 

553

1977 - Open 

553

Delegate Selection Procedures to Democratic and Republican 

553A

Congentions – State Laws and Party Rules (CRS reports) (3 folders) 

553A

Muskie record in Agriculture 1959-1976 

553A

Muskie Senate Record (Congressional Record Reprints, Introduction of Bills, etc.) (7 folders) 

553

Muskie Position on Issues (3 folders) 

553

Muskie Position on Issues (2 folders) 

554

Trip and Political Book, 1976 Campaign (2 folders) 

554

Jane G. Muskie Schedules/Trip Books 

554

Michael Aube Scheduling Files (3 folders) 

554

Michael Aube scheduling (7 folders) 

555

Madeline Albright/Gayle Corey Files 

555

Madeline Albright/Gayle Corey Files (4 folders) 

556

Ken Curtis - Out 

556

Ken Curtis - DN 

556

Election Letters 

556

Androscoggin 

556

Aroostook 

556

Cumberland 

556

Hancock 

556

Kennebec 

556

Knox 

556

Lincoln 

556

Oxford 

556

Penobscot 

556

Piscataquis 

556

Washington 

556

York 

556

Out of State 

557

Alphabetized Contributors List 

557

Finances - ESM 

557

Budget, Campaign 

557

Muskie Financial Statement - ESM 

557

Primary Campaign Report - ESM 

557

November 22, Fundraisers Dinner 

557

Presque Isle Fundraiser, November 7 

557

Bangor Bean Supper, ESM Fundraiser, November 8, 1975 

557

Swamp Fox Fundraiser, Presque Isle 

557

Westbrook Dinner 

557

Saco Bean Supper, June 7, 1976 

557

October 16th Fundraiser 

557

Money Received 

557

Ralph Nader 

557

Short Position Papers - ESM 

557

Labor 

557

Abortion 

557

New York - ESM 

557

Platform '74 

557

Platform '58 ESM 

557

Maine Woods Fuel/ethanol/energy 

557

Dickey-Lincoln 

557

Rumford Boise-Cascade and Hospital 

557

Polling (includes interview records, survey copies, Cambridge correspondence) 

558

Tips on Telephoning - ESM 

558

Get out the Vote 

558

Muskie Record 

558

Media Monitoring Forms 

558

Ken Curtis Mailing 

558

Mail and Phone Campaign 

559

Canvassing - ESM 

559

Volunteer Lists '76 

559

College Campus '76 

559

Letters to Independents 

559

Scheduling 

559

ADA [Americans for Democratic Action] Guide to Senatorial Elections 

559

Copier and Mimeograph Machine 

559

Bangor HQ - ESM 

559

William S. Cohen 

559

Congratulations 

559

Computer 

559

Convention 

559

Election Laws and Changes 

559

Federal Communications Commission re Campaign Advertising 

559

Federal Election Commission Campaign Guide to Contributions and 

559

Expenditures 

559

Fair Campaign Code 

559

Lou Harris, Emerging Shape of Politics for 1970s 

559

Interviews - ESM 

559

Letters to the Editor - ESM 

559

Political Cartoons 

559

MTA [Maine Teachers Association] 

559

Song, Campaign - ESM 

559

Survey - ESM Information 

559

Targeting 

559

Time Units to Be Allotted to Towns, Past and Future 

559

Volunteer Information 

559

Muskie Votes '76 (2 folders) 

559

Political Issue Book (2 folders) 

560

Political Petty Cash Book 

560

Lists of CJM campaign files 

560

1976 Campaign Budget (2 folders) 

560

Maine Campaign Plans ('75) 

560

Campaign Planning Documents 1974-1978 

560

Maine for Muskie Committee FEC Reports (2 folders) 

560

Maine for Muskie Committee FEC Reports 

561

CJM [Charles J. Micoleau] Campaign Memos 1975 and Late 1976 

561

Maine Operations Memos 1973-1974 

561

Campaign Plans ('75-'76) 

561

1976 Muskie Campaign 

561

Campaign Expenditures (1976) 

561

Direct Mail 

561

Direct Mail (Ken Curtis Letter) 

562

Campaign Expenditures '75 

562

Fundraising 

562

Fundraising/labor 

562

November 4, 1975, DC Fundraiser 

562

Campaign Finance Laws 

562

Legislative Proposals for Maine 1972-1973 

562

1974 Encyclopedia Britannica Article (Copies) 

562

Muskie Record 1954-1958 (2 folders) 

562

Miscellaneous Campaign Material 

562

Miscellaneous Campaign Material 

563

1976 Campaign Debate Briefing Book (2 folders) 

563

Campaign Finance Material Used for 1972 Campaign (2 folders) 

563

Muskie Record 1972 

564

Richard Nixon and the Special Interests 

564

1976 General Campaign Strategy 

564

Stewart Mott Memorandum and Rebuttal 1972 

564

Monks Campaign Finances 1972 and 1976 (2 folders) 

564

Muskie Record 1976 

564

Campaign Posters 

565

Thank You - To Be Filed 

565

1977 "Victory 77" March 25 Fundraiser 

565

1976 Maine Election Returns 

565

1976 Muskie Campaign Budget 

565

Debate Issues for Senator Edmund S. Muskie on March 5, 1972 

565

'76 Monks Campaign Financing 

565

Labor Contributions 

565

Labor Union Cocktail Party, December 15 

565

Labor Fundraising 

565

CJM Memos 

565

Partnership Contributions 

565

Federal Election Law and Commission 

565

Vote Analysis 

565

Volunteer Polling (In-house Polling) (2 folders) 

566

ESM Possible Opponents – Positive/negative Research 

566

'76 Labor Poll of Maine 

566

Polling (2 folders) 

566

Campaign Issues Book, September 10, 1976 (2 folders) 

568

Muskie Record 1976 (Master Set) 

568

Press Files 

585B

Campaign Speech Book (3 folders) 

585B

Maine for Muskie Press Book 

585B

Schedules-October 19 

585C

Schedules for Jane and Edmund Muskie 

585C

Scott F. Hutchinson Maine for Muskie Files 1975-1976 (includes correspondence, fundraising, campaign finance, and 10/16/76 reception) 

586

1976 Muskie Campaign – General 

586

Cohen Press Clips and Miscellaneous 

586

1976 Convention 

586

Democratic Senate Campaign Correspondence 

586

1976 Dem. Senate Candidates 

586

Liberal Party Speech/10-75 

586

Campaign ‘76/ Labor 

586

Governor Longley 

586

Caddell Poll 

586

Campaign Spending Reports (Other Candidates) 

586

Cohen – Negative/Asstd 

586A

1975/ Cohen 

586A

Working Papers 

586A

1974 

586A

1973 

586A

Summaries 

586A

Muskie Campaign 1976/ Issues and Strategies 

586A

1976 Campaign Documents (2 folders) 

586A

1976 Campaign II 

586A

1976 DNC (Vice Presidential Consideration) (2 folders) 

586A

“Maine for Muskie” 1976 

586A

1976 Muskie Campaign – General 

586B

Cohen Press Clips and Miscellaneous 

586B

1976 Convention 

586B

Democratic Senate Campaign Committee Correspondence 

586B

1976 Democratic Senate Candidates 

586B

Liberal Party Speech 

586B

Campaign ‘76/Labor 

586B

Governor Longley 

586B

Campaign Materials 

586C

Media – Phase I/ Radio Spots 

586C

Campaign: Editorials/ Pro 

586C

Campaign Editorials/ Con 

586C

Telephone Poll (July 15-20, 1976) 

586C

1976 Presidential Campaign 

586C

Muskie Press Clippings 

586C

Campaign Press 

586C

Maine Press 

586C

Poll Analysis 

586C

George Mitchell/1972 Election 

586C

Polling/ Mitchell – ‘74 

586

1974-75 Project Record/ E. Lavou 

586

Reflection Congrats 

586

Muskie Record Research 

586

Campaign/ Research 

586

Campaign Practices Reports 

586

1976 Scheduling 

586

ESM Trip Record – 1975 

586

ESM- Maine Trip Record – Jan. 1973-Dec. 1974 

586

1976 Possible Staff/Campaign 

586

Telephone Survey 

586

Campaign/ Plato Truman 

586

ME/Demo. State. Cte. Voter/ Registration Drive – 1974 

586

Campaign 1976/ Volunteers 

586

Direct Mail 

586

Campaign Press Releases (by date) 

586

Campaign General 1976 (2 folders) 

586

Campaign Correspondence 

586

WABI Editorials (negative) 

586

Campaign Press Operation 

586

Hathaway/ Cohen Race 

586

Radio Project (2 folders) 

586

Robert Monks 

586

Muskie Press Kit 1976 

586

Muskie positions on various issues 

586

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