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Douglas McKay papers, 1925-1958

Overview of the Collection

Creator
McKay, Douglas, 1893-1959
Title
Douglas McKay papers
Dates
1925-1958 (inclusive)
Quantity
39.5 linear feet, (72 containers)
Collection Number
Ax 063
Summary
Collection consists of files on various organizations in which McKay was involved or interested, such as the American Legion, the Oregon Automobile Dealers Association, and the Oregon Mounted Posse. There are political files, including material for the 1948 and 1950 campaigns for governor and a file on the Eisenhower campaign of 1952. The files of the Secretary of the Interior consist of letters, a trip file, appointment books, and miscellaneous personal correspondence. There is a complete file of McKay's speeches when he was Secretary of the Interior. The records of the McKay-Morse campaign consist of correspondence, financial records, and campaign literature.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public. Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.
Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

A descendant of Oregon pioneers, Oregon Governor James Douglas McKay (he later dropped the first name) was born in Portland, Oregon, on June 24, 1893, the son of E. D. and Minnie A. Musgrove McKay. His paternal grandfather, Malcolm McKay, had previously been a Hudson Bay Company storekeeper at Fort Vancouver. Douglas McKay's father was a carpenter, and all of McKay's grandparents were in Oregon by 1852, seven years before the Territory became a State.

Throughout his childhood, McKay worked to help support his family. Information in the Oregon State Archives stated that his father abandoned them, leaving his mother with little money. But according to an article in the Portland Oregonian about Mrs. McKay, the father died. Nevertheless, when he was thirteen, McKay began to work after school and on Saturdays. He left school at the age of eighteen, without receiving a diploma, to enroll in night classes so that he might take a job at a salary of $35 a month as office boy in the office of division superintendent of the Union Pacific railroad.

Two years later McKay entered Oregon State College at Corvallis as a "sub-freshman" in agriculture. From the time he was chosen president of his freshman class, he never lost his interest in politics. He was awarded the B.S. degree in the spring of 1917.

McKay married Mabel C. Hill on March 31, 1917, just before gong to Officers' Training School at the Presidio in San Francisco for service in World War I. According to Biographies Plus Illustrated, he became a second lieutenant in the 361st Infantry Regiment of the Ninety-first (Pacific Coast) Division, and served with the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe. On October 3, 1918, during the battle for Sedan in the Meuse-Argonne offensive, a severe shell wound removed him from combat. He had been wounded in six places around his right shoulder and almost lost his arm; he underwent several operations to restore the use of his shoulder. McKay was awarded the Purple Heart.

After the war, McKay lived with his wife and children in Portland where he sold insurance and worked as a car salesman. In 1927, he moved to Salem and purchased his own car dealership, which he called Douglas McKay Chevrolet. After living in Salem for five years, he was elected mayor in 1932.

In January 1934, Douglas McKay announced his candidacy for the State Legislature as a Senator from Marion County. He was elected for the terms 1935-1937, 1939-1941, 1943-1945, and after World War II service, for 1945-1947.

McKay volunteered for active service in W.W. II, (he was 49) and was given limited service status because of his World War I injury, according to Biographies Plus Illustrated. Commissioned a Captain in October 1942, McKay served at Camp Murray, Washington, and later as public relations officer at Camp Adair, Oregon. McKay's seat in the Senate was filled by an appointment of the Marion County court. He was discharged at the end of W.W. II as a Major.

In 1946, McKay was State campaign chairman for Earl Snell when the latter ran for his second term. Less than a year after his re-election Governor Snell lost his life in an airplane accident. Also killed in the accident were some of Oregon's top political figures, Robert S. Farrell, Jr., Secretary of State, and Marshall E. Cornett, president of the State Senate. Speaker of the Oregon House John H. Hall automatically became Governor.

The consummate politician launched his campaign for governor with the slogan "You Can Count on Doug McKay." In the November 1948, election Oregon voted Douglas McKay into office, after a three-way race involving McKay, Democrat Lew Wallace, and Independent Wendell E. Barnett.

McKay left the governorship in 1952 when President Eisenhower appointed him Secretary of the Interior. He was instrumental in running Eisenhower's Western campaign. McKay's popularity dropped after accepting the appointment, because many felt he was abandoning his state for the federal government. In 1956, McKay resigned from his post to run for United States Senator. He lost to the Democratic incumbent, Wayne Morse.

The life-long Oregonian of pioneer stock retired from political life and the car business in the late 1950s. According to the Oregon State Archives materials, he spent his last years in Salem with his wife. McKay died on July 22, 1959 after an extended illness. He was 66. Douglas McKay was survived by his wife Shirley, and their two daughters, Shirley (Mrs. Wayne Hadley), and Mary Lou, and two grandchildren, Eileen Patricia and Allan Craig Hadley. A son, Douglas McKay, Jr., was killed in an automobile accident in November 1939.

Sources: Oregon State Archives; Biography Plus Illustrated; Portland Oregonian p24 Ja. 2 '49 pors.; Portland (Ore.) Sunday Journal p1C N 7 '48 pors.; and New York Times p27 Jl. 23 '59.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Douglas McKay papers (1925-1958) consist of files on various organizations in which McKay was a member, or in which he was interested, such as the American Legion, the Oregon Automobile Dealers Association, and the Oregon Mounted Posse. Political files to 1948 include correspondence on the Oregon State Legislature and the Republican Party Central Committee.

Sample material is in the file for the 1948 and 1950 campaigns for governor, and the general correspondence of the governor is included. The general correspondence ranges from speaking invitations to political advice and requests for appointments.

There is a file on the Eisenhower campaign of 1952.

The files of the Secretary of the Interior consist of letters received, and office copies of letters sent, a trip file, appointment books, and miscellaneous personal correspondence. There is also a complete file of McKay's speeches when his was Secretary of the Interior.

The records of the McKay-Morse campaign consist of correspondence, financial records, and campaign literature.

The collection is arranged in eight series, in the order of his public career. The series range from the pre-1948 Douglas McKay, to McKay as Governor of Oregon, and to Secretary of the Interior Douglas McKay. The internal arrangement is basically that preserved by McKay's various secretaries.

Of interest to the researcher: McKay's two-page essay, "My Job" that he wrote about his position as governor. This essay is contained in the collection's biographical files, and a statement from Dr. Richard B. Dillehunt, Dean Emeritus of the University of Oregon medical school regarding McKay's fortitude during his recuperation from shrapnel injuries at an Army hospital in France and subsequent surgeries; a tabloid publication featuring his re-election campaign for governor.

An interesting discrepancy concerns the former Oregon Governor's biography. One on-line biography states that McKay's father left the family, yet, in an article in the Portland Oregonian, McKay's mother states that the senior McKay died. The article is within the collection.

Separated material of interest to the researcher includes two files: The first folder from box 7 is 117 2.25" negatives of Camp Adair; 43 2.25" black and white photographs; and two 8x10 black and white prints documenting the construction of the camp. Now placed in Series VIII. Photographs, box 72, folder 1. The second folder is from box 25, folder 1, and is a colored ink "print" of General White (for whom Camp White near Medford, OR is named) on white muslin, 15"x24.5". Name of camp in blues at top and "signed" by Peter Paul Patrick [P?]osluszny of Camp White. Placed in Series VII. Oversize, box 71, folder 1.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Douglas McKay Papers, Ax 063, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Correspondence, 1925-1958Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Douglas McKay
1925-1948
Box Folder
1 1
American Legion
1930-1941
1 2
Community Chest
1937-1941
1 3
Horses-Clubs, Posse
1946
1 4
International 100 per cent Club
1924/1925
1 5
Personal
1925-1942
1 6
Personal
1934
1 7
Personal
1933-1938
1 8
Personal
January 1947-June 1947
2 1
Personal
January 1946-June 1946
2 2
Personal
July 1946-December 1946
2 3
Personal
July 1947-December 1947
2 4
Personal
January 1948-June 1948
2 5
Congress-Letters to Senators
1946/1948
2 6
"Mc"-Miscellaneous
1947-1948
3 1
The National Society for Crippled Children
1946/1947
3 2
O.A.C. (Oregon Agriculture College)
This college name was later changed to Oregon State College, then University
1927/1928
3 3
Oregon Automobile Dealers Association
1935/1939
3 4
Oregon Mounted Posse
1941/1946
3 5
Oregon State Art Museum Association
1934/1942
3 6
Oregon State Legislature
State Senate Special Session
October 1935
3 7
Oregon State Legislature
1938-1948
4 1
Senate Campaign
1938
4 2
Senate Proposals
1938
4 3
State Senator
January 1939
4 4
State Senator
1941
4 5
Miscellaneous Senate Bills and Resolutions, (1 of 2)
1947
4 5
Miscellaneous Senate Bills and Resolutions (2 of 2)
1947
5 1
Miscellaneous Senate Bills and Resolutions (1 of 2)
1947
5 2
Miscellaneous Senate Bills and Resolutions (2 of 2)
1947
5 3
Planning Commission Capitol Mall
1945-1948
5 4
Port Development Committee Portland
1945/1948
5 5
Republican Central Committee
1934
5 6
Highway Interim Committee
1948/1948
5 7
League of Oregon Cities-Mayor
1933-1934
6 1
City of Salem-Mayor (1 of 2)
1933
6 2
City of Salem-Mayor (2 of 2
1933
6 3
City of Salem-Mayor
1933/1934
6 4
City of Salem-Mayor
1934
6 5
City Charter Revision-Salem
1936
6 6
Centennial-Salem
1940
6 7
Salvation Army
1930-1933
6 8
Campaign-Earl Snell for Governor
1946
6 9
VFW Encampment
1938
6 10
YMCA Campaign
1936
6 11
YWCA Salem Building Fund Campaign
April 1946-May 1946
7 1
YMCA
1934-1948
7 2
Camp Adair, Oregon-Directives
1942
7 3
Training Aids Negative Files
Separated Material: There are 117 2.25" negatives of Camp Adair; 43 2.25" black and white contact prints; and two 8x10" black and white prints, documenting the construction of the camp. Now placed in Series VIII. Photographs, box 72, file 1.
undated
7 4
Camp Adair-Public Relations, (1 of 2)
1944
7 5
Camp Adair Public Relations, (1 of 2)
1944
7 6
Camp Adair-Flag Dedication
1943
7 7
Camp Adair-Daily Bulletins
This file includes letters to McKay re: politics outside Army life; Officers Roster; and Camp Adair brochure.
1942/1944
7 8
Camp Adair-Historical File
1942/1944
7 9
Camp Adair-Capt. McKay
1943-1944
Subseries B: Campaign for Governor
Sample correspondence only.
1948
Box Folder
8 1
Campaign Correspondence-A
1948
8 2
Campaign Correspondence-D
1948
8 3
Campaign Correspondence-F
1948
8 4
Campaign Correspondence-L
1948
9 1
Campaign Correspondence-N
1948
9 2
Campaign Correspondence-R
1948
9 3
Campaign Correspondence-T
1948
9 4
Campaign Correspondence-W
1948
Subseries B1: Governor McKay, personal correspondence
Box Folder
10 1
Personal Correspondence-A (1 of 4)
1949-1952
10 2
Personal Correspondence-A (2 of 4)
1949-1952
10 3
Personal Correspondence-A (3 of 4)
1949-1952
10 4
Personal Correspondence-A (4 of 4)
1949-1952
10 5
Personal Correspondence-Al Kader
1949-1952
10 6
Personal Correspondence-American Legion and Auxillary
1949-1952
10 7
Personal Correspondence-American Legion Past Commanders Club
1949-1952
11 1
Personal Correspondence-B (1 of 6)
1949-1952
11 2
Personal Correspondence-B (2 of 6)
1949-1952
11 3
Personal Correspondence-B (3 of 6)
1949-1952
11 4
Personal Correspondence-B (4 of 6)
1949-1952
11 5
Personal Correspondence-B (5 of 6)
1949-1952
11 6
Personal Correspondence-B (6 of 6)
1949-1952
11 7
Personal Correspondence-Boy Scouts
1949-1952
12 1
Personal Correspondence-B (1 of 8)
1949-1952
12 2
Personal Correspondence-B (2 of 8)
1949-1952
12 3
Personal Correspondence-B (3 of 8)
1949-1952
12 4
Personal Correspondence-B (4 of 8)
1949-1952
12 5
Personal Correspondence-B (5 of 8)
1949-1952
12 6
Personal Correspondence-B (6 of 8)
1949-1952
12 7
Personal Correspondence-B (7 of 8)
1949-1952
12 8
Personal Correspondence-B (8 of 8)
1949-1952
13 1
Personal Correspondence-C-D (1 of 8)
1949-1952
13 2
Personal Correspondence-C-D (2 of 8)
1949-1952
13 3
Personal Correspondence-C-D (3 of 8)
1949-1952
13 4
Personal Correspondence-C-D (4 of 8)
1949-1952
13 5
Personal Correspondence-C-D (5 of 8)
1949-1952
13 6
Personal Correspondence-C-D (6 of 8)
1949-1952
13 7
Personal Correspondence-C-D (7 of 8)
1949-1952
13 8
Personal Correspondence-C-D (8 of 8)
1949-1952
14 1
Personal Correspondence-E-F (1 of 7)
1949-1952
14 2
Personal Correspondence-E-F (2 of 7)
1949-1952
14 3
Personal Correspondence-E-F (3 of 7)
1949-1952
14 4
Personal Correspondence-E-F (4 of 7)
1949-1952
14 5
Personal Correspondence-E-F (5 of 7)
1949-1952
14 6
Personal Correspondence-E-F (6 of 7)
1949-1952
14 7
Personal Correspondence-E-F (7 of 7)
1949-1952
14 8
Personal Correspondence-Elks Lodge
1949-1952
15 1
Personal Correspondence-G-H (1 of 6)
1949-1952
15 2
Personal Correspondence-G-H (2 of 6)
1949-1952
15 3
Personal Correspondence-G-H (3 of 6)
Included in this folder is a spiral bound publication in very good condition of the first 100 years of the West Union School District in Washington County, Oregon (1851-1951). It is one of 700 copies sold for their centennial celebration. Good photos of area and histories of people and places.
1949-1952
15 4
Personal Correspondence-G-H (4 of 6)
1949-1952
15 5
Personal Correspondence-G-H (5 of 6)
1949-1952
15 6
Personal Correspondence-G-H (6 of 6)
1949-1952
15 7
Personal Correspondence-Go-Gt
1949
15 8
Personal Correspondence-Grand Lodge of A.F. and A.M.
1949-1952
16 1
Personal Correspondence-H-I (1 of 7)
1949-1952
16 2
Personal Correspondence-H-I (2 of 7)
1949-1952
16 3
Personal Correspondence-H-I (3 of 7)
1949-1952
16 4
Personal Correspondence-H-I (4 of 7)
1949-1952
16 5
Personal Correspondence-H-I (5 of 7)
1949-1952
16 6
Personal Correspondence-H-I (6 of 7)
1949-1952
16 7
Personal Correspondence-H-I (7 of 7)
1949-1952
17 1
Personal Correspondence-J-K (1 of 7)
1949-1952
17 2
Personal Correspondence-J-K (2 of 7)
1949-1952
17 3
Personal Correspondence-J-K (3 of 7)
1949-1952
17 4
Personal Correspondence-J-K (4 of 7)
1949-1952
17 5
Personal Correspondence-J-K (5 of 7)
1949-1952
17 6
Personal Correspondence-J-K (6 of 7)
1949-1952
17 7
Personal Correspondence-J-K (7 of 7)
1949-1952
17 8
Personal Correspondence-Jesters
1949-1952
18 1
Personal Correspondence-L (1 of 6)
1949-1952
18 2
Personal Correspondence-L (2 of 6)
1949-1952
18 3
Personal Correspondence-L (3 of 6)
1949-1952
18 4
Personal Correspondence-L (4 of 6)
1949-1952
18 5
Personal Correspondence-L (5 of 6)
1949-1952
18 6
Personal Correspondence-L (6 of 6)
1949-1952
18 7
Personal Correspondence-Legislative members
1951
18 8
Personal Correspondence-Long Range Planning Commission
1949-1952
19 1
Personal Correspondence-M-McLeod (1 of 5)
1949-1952
19 2
Personal Correspondence-M-McLeod (2 of 5)
1949-1952
19 3
Personal Correspondence-M-McLeod (3 of 5)
1949-1952
19 4
Personal Correspondence-M-McLeod (4 of 5)
1949-1952
19 5
Personal Correspondence-M-McLeod (5 of 5)
This file includes three black and white postcards of Oregon Cavemen, Inc. One with then Governor McKay with Caveman initiate James Stewart, the actor; and a separate photo of presidential candidate Thomas Dewey when he stopped in Grants Pass, OR, and was "kidnapped" as a Caveman initiate.
1949-1952
19 6
Personal Correspondence-Masonic Lodge
1949-1952
19 7
Personal Correspondence-McKay, Biographical (1 of 2)
This folder includes a written essay by McKay about his position as governor, and a statement from the Army surgeon who treated McKay in W.W.I.
1949-1952
19 8
Personal Correspondence-McKay, Biographical (2 of 2)
This folder includes news clippings about McKay and his mother.
1949-1952
19 9
Personal Correspondence-McKay, Chevrolet
1949-1952
19 10
Personal Correspondence-McKay, Personal
1949-1952
20 1
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N
1949-1952
20 1
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N
1949-1952
20 1
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N (1 of 6)
1949-1952
20 2
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N (2 of 6)
1949-1952
20 3
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N (3 of 6)
1949-1952
20 4
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N (4 of 6)
1949-1952
20 5
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N (5 of 6)
1949-1952
20 6
Personal Correspondence-McNeal-N (6 of 6)
1949-1952
20 7
Personal Correspondence-Military Order of the Purple Heart
1949-1952
20 8
Personal Correspondence-Military Order of World Wars
1949-1952
21 1
Personal Correspondence-Ninety-first-Oliver (1 of 3)
1949-1952
21 2
Personal Correspondence-Ninety-first-Oliver (2 of 3)
1949-1952
21 3
Personal Correspondence-Ninety-first-Oliver (3 of 3)
1949-1952
21 4
Personal Correspondence-Oregon Organizations (1 of 4)
1952
21 5
Personal Correspondence-Oregon Organizations (2 of 4)
1951
21 6
Personal Correspondence-Oregon Organizations (3 of 4)
1950
21 7
Personal Correspondence-Oregon Organizations (4 of 4)
1949
21 8
Personal Correspondence-Oregon State College
1949-1952
22 1
Personal Correspondence-P-Ph (1 of 3)
1949-1952
22 2
Personal Correspondence-P-Ph (2 of 3)
1949-1952
22 3
Personal Correspondence-P-Ph (3 of 3)
1949-1952
22 4
Personal Correspondence-Oregon State Motor Association (1 of 3)
1952
22 5
Personal Correspondence-Oregon State Motor Association (2 of 3)
1949-1951
22 6
Personal Correspondence-Oregon State Motor Association (3 of 3)
1948-1951
Folder item
6 1
Oregon State Motor Association Balance Sheets
December 31, 1951
6 2
Oregon State Motor Association Balance Sheet
December 31, 1950
6 3
Oregon State Motor Association Departmental Reports
March 1951
6 4
Oregon State Motor Association Annual Report
March 16, 1949
6 5
Oregon State Motor Association Balance Sheet
December 31, 1948
6 6
Oregon Motorist Publishing Co. Balance Sheet
December 31, 1951
6 7
Oregon Motorist Publishing Co. Balance Sheet
December 31, 1950
6 8
Oregon Motorist Publishing Co. Balance Sheet
December 31, 1948
6 9
Automobile Association Agency Balance Sheet
December 31, 1951
6 10
Automobile Association Agency Balance Sheet
December 31, 1950
6 9
Automobile Association Agency Balance Sheet
December 31, 1948
23 1
Personal Correspondence-P-Re (1 of 5)
1949-1952
23 2
Personal Correspondence-P-Re (2 of 5)
1949-1952
23 3
Personal Correspondence-P-Re (3 of 5)
1949-1952
23 4
Personal Correspondence-P-Re (4 of 5)
1949-1952
23 5
Personal Correspondence-P-Re (5 of 5)
1949-1952
23 6
Personal Correspondence-Phi Delta Theta
1949-1951
23 7
Personal Correspondence-Portland Organizations
1952
23 8
Personal Correspondence-Portland Organizations
1949-1951
23 9
Personal Correspondence-Portland Chamber of Commerce
1949-1952
23 10
Personal Correspondence-Portland Junior Chamber of Commerce
1949-1952
24 1
Personal Correspondence-Red Cross of Constantine
1949-1952
24 2
Personal Correspondence-Republican election of delegates
Arrangements prior and during convention; letters from and to delegates after convention.
1952
24 3
Personal Correspondence-Republican
1952
24 4
Personal Correspondence-Republican Party
1949-1952
24 5
Personal Correspondence-Reserve Officers Associations
1949-1952
24 6
Personal Correspondence-Re-Ry (1 of 3)
1949-1952
24 7
Personal Correspondence-Re-Ry (2 of 3)
1949-1952
24 8
Personal Correspondence-Re-Ry (3 of 3)
1949-1952
25 1
Personal Correspondence-Sa-Sb
Separated Material: Colored ink "print" of General White (for whom Camp White near Medford, OR is named) on white muslin, 15"x24.5". Name of camp in blues at top and "signed" by Peter Paul Patrick [P?]osluszny of Camp White. Placed in Series. VII Oversize, box 71, folder 1.
1949-1950
25 2
Personal Correspondence-Sa-Sm (1 of 6)
1949-1952
25 3
Personal Correspondence-Sa-Sm (2 of 6)
1949-1952
25 4
Personal Correspondence-Sa-Sm (3 of 6)
File includes an original of the New York Tribune dated October 25, 1878, with articles about the Republican party.
1949-1952
25 5
Personal Correspondence-Sa-Sm (4 of 6)
1949-1952
25 6
Personal Correspondence-Sa-Sm (5 of 6)
File includes a black and white photograph (3.5"x4.5") of Gov. McKay on his horse at the 1952 Rose Festival parade in Portland, OR.
1949-1952
25 7
Personal Correspondence-Sa-Sm (6 of 6)
1949-1952
26 1
Personal Correspondence-Sm-Th (1 of 6)
1949-1952
26 2
Personal Correspondence-Sm-Th (2 of 6)
1949-1952
26 3
Personal Correspondence-Sm-Th (3 of 6)
1949-1952
26 4
Personal Correspondence-Sm-Th (4 of 6)
1949-1952
26 5
Personal Correspondence-Sm-Th (5 of 6)
1949-1952
26 6
Personal Correspondence-Sm-Th (6 of 6)
1949-1952
27 1
Personal Correspondence-Th-We (1 of 5)
1949-1952
27 2
Personal Correspondence-Th-We (2 of 5)
1949-1952
27 3
Personal Correspondence-United Nations, American Association
1949-1952
27 4
Personal Correspondence-Th-We (3 of 5)
1949-1952
27 5
Personal Correspondence-Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxillary
1949-1952
27 6
Personal Correspondence-Th-We (4 of 5)
1949-1952
27 7
Personal Correspondence-Th-We (5 of 5)
1949-1952
28 1
Personal Correspondence-We-Z (1 of 7)
1949-1952
28 2
Personal Correspondence-We-Z (2 of 7)
1949-1952
28 3
Personal Correspondence-We-Z (3 of 7)
1949-1952
28 4
Personal Correspondence-We-Z (4 of 7)
1949-1952
28 5
Personal Correspondence-We-Z (5 of 7)
1949-1952
28 6
Personal Correspondence-We-Z (6 of 7)
1949-1952
28 7
Personal Correspondence-We-Z (7 of 7)
1949-1952
28a 1
Governor McKay Miscellaneous Correspondence (1 of 6)
1952
28a 2
Governor McKay Miscellaneous Correspondence (2 of 6)
1952
28a 3
Governor McKay Miscellaneous Correspondence (3 of 6)
1952
28a 4
Governor McKay Miscellaneous Correspondence (4 of 6)
1952
28a 5
Governor McKay Miscellaneous Correspondence (5 of 6)
1952
28a 6
Governor McKay Miscellaneous Correspondence (6 of 6)
1952
Subseries B2: Campaign for Governor
1950
Box Folder
29 1
Ca-Ry (1 of 7)
1950
29 2
Ca-Ry (2 of 7)
1950
29 3
Ca-Ry (3 of 7)
1950
29 4
Ca-Ry (4 of 7)
1950
29 5
Ca-Ry (5 of 7)
1950
29 6
Ca-Ry (6 of 7)
1950
29 7
Ca-Ry (7 of 7)
1950
30 1
Ra-Z, (1 of 2)
1950
30 2
Ra-Z (2 of 2)
1950
30 3
Ad-Ow (1 of 4)
1950
30 4
Ad-Ow (2 of 4)
1950
30 5
Ad-Ow (3 of 4)
1950
30 6
Ad-Ow (4 of 4)
1950
30 7
Emmons File
1950
30 8
Old Age Pension Letter
1948
31 1
Pa-Z, (1 of 2)
1950
31 2
Pa-Z, (1 of 2)
1950
31 3
Committee People-Acknowledged
1950
31 4
Contribution File
1950
31 5
Hall Report
1950
31 6
Legislative Message
1950
31 7
McKay photographs
McKay PR photos: two black and white, 5"x7" photo of McKay with glasses; eight 5"x7" black and white contact prints numbered 110900-1 to 110900-8; eight 5"x7" black and white contact prints numbered 110900-10 to 110900-11 (there are two of #11) and 110900-12 to 110900-16; two halftones; and one 3.5"x5.25" black and white snapshot identified on the back as: Pendelton, Sept. 18, 1948 Gov. McKay, Dr. Stanton and Jim Folllin (F.W.A.).
1950
31 8
Phillips, W.M. (Bill)-Salem
1950
31 9
Pierce Auto Freight Lines-Salem
1950
31 10
Portland Office
1950
31 11
Press Releases
1950
31 12
Primary Election Returns by Precinct
1950
31 13
Proposed Legislation
1950
31 14
Reports: Elsie Forsyete and Francis Smith
1950
31 15
Surplus from Green Book
1950
Subseries C: Political correspondence, and Eisenhower campaign
1949-1952
Box Folder
32 1
Political (1 of 6)
1949-1952
32 2
Political (2 of 6)
1949-1952
32 3
Political (3 of 6)
1949-1952
32 4
Political (4 of 6)
1949-1952
32 5
Political (5 of 6)
1949-1952
32 6
Political (6 of 6)
1949-1952
33 1
Eisenhower Campaign (1 of 6)
1952
33 2
Eisenhower Campaign (2 of 6)
Contains a copy of the brief from the July 1952 Republican National Committee meeting and a tear sheet of an article from the Saturday Evening Post about Vice Presidential candidate Richard Nixon.
1952
33 3
Eisenhower Campaign (3 of 6)
Contains a copy "Texas Swindle" a publication about Texas Republican delegates voting for Taft and a brief from the Republican National Convention.
1952
33 4
Eisenhower Campaign (4 of 6)
Contains seven black and white 3.5"x5" photographs of Log Cabin Inn, Mackenzie Bridge, OR
1952
33 5
Eisenhower Campaign (5 of 6)
1952
33 6
Eisenhower Campaign (6 of 6
1952
Subseries D: Secretary of the Interior-Personal correspondence
1954-1956
Box Folder
34 1
Aa-Ae
1954-1956
34 2
Af-Aj
1954-1956
34 3
Ak-Ao
1954-1956
34 4
Al Sarena Mine
1954-1956
34 5
Ap-At
1954-1956
34 6
Au-Az
1954-1956
35 1
Ba-Be
1954-1956
35 2
Bf-Bj
1954-1956
35 3
Bk-Bo
1954-1956
35 4
Bp-Bt
1954-1956
35 5
Bu-Bz
1954-1956
36 1
Ca-Ce
1954-1956
36 2
Cf-Cj
1954-1956
36 3
Ck-Co
1954-1956
36 4
Cp-Ct
1954-1956
36 5
Cu-Cz
1954-1956
37 1
Da-De
1954-1956
37 2
Df-Dj
1954-1956
37 3
Dk-Do
1954-1956
37 4
Dp-Dt
1954-1956
37 5
Du-Dz
1954-1956
37 6
Ea-Ee
1954-1956
37 7
Ef-Ej
1954-1956
37 8
Ek-Eo
1954-1956
37 9
Ep-Et
1954-1956
37 10
Eu-Ez
1954-1956
38 1
Fa-Fe
1954-1956
38 2
Ff-Fj
1954-1956
38 3
Fk-Fo
1954-1956
38 4
Fp-Ft
1954-1956
38 5
Fu-Fz
1954-1956
38 6
Ga-Ge
1954-1956
38 7
Gf-Gj
1954-1956
38 8
Gk-Go
1954-1956
38 9
Gp-Gt
1954-1956
38 10
Gu-Gz
1954-1956
39 1
Ha-He
1954-1956
39 2
Hf-Hj
1954-1956
39 3
Hk-Ho
1954-1956
39 4
Hu-Hz
1954-1956
39 5
Ia-Iz
1954-1956
39 6
Inaugural Activities
1954-1956
39 7
Indians: Pueblo Tribes-abridgement of rights by whites
1954-1956
39 8
Ja-Je
1954-1956
39 9
Jk-Jo
1954-1956
39 10
Ka-Ke
1954-1956
40 1
Kf-Kj
1954-1956
40 2
Kk-Ko
1954-1956
40 3
Ku-Kz
1954-1956
40 4
La-Le
1954-1956
40 5
Lf-Lj
1954-1956
40 6
Lk-Lo
1954-1956
40 7
Lp-Lt
1954-1956
40 8
Lu-Lz
1954-1956
40 9
Ma-Me
1954-1956
41 1
McA-McE
1954-1956
41 2
McF-McJ
1954-1956
41 3
McK-McO
1954-1956
41 4
McP-McT
1954-1956
41 5
Mf-Mj
1954-1956
41 6
Mk-Mo
1954-1956
41 7
Mu-Mz
1954-1956
41 8
Na-Ne
1954-1956
41 9
Nf-Nj
1954-1956
41 10
Nk-No
1954-1956
41 11
Nu-Nz
1954-1956
42 1
Oa-Oe
1954-1956
42 2
Ok-Oo
1954-1956
42 3
Op-Ot
1954-1956
42 4
Pa-Pe
1954-1956
42 5
Pf-Pj
1954-1956
42 6
Pk-Po
1954-1956
42 7
President Eisenhower
Includes photostatic copies of McKay's resignation and Eisenhower's reply. Also approximately six miscellaneous notes initialed by Eisenhower.
1954-1956
42 8
Pu-Pz
1954-1956
42 9
Ra-Re
1954-1956
42 10
Rf-Rj
1954-1956
42 11
Qu-Qz
1954-1956
43 1
Republican National Committee
1954-1956
43 2
Rk-Ro
1954-1956
43 3
Ru-Rz
1954-1956
43 4
Sa-Sch
1954-1956
43 5
Sco-Se
1954-1956
43 6
Sf-Sj
1954-1956
44 1
Sk-So
1954-1956
44 2
Sp-St
1954-1956
44 3
Su-Sz
1954-1956
44 4
Ta-Te
1954-1956
44 5
Tidelands
1954-1956
44 6
Tf-Tj
1954-1956
44 7
Tk-To
1954-1956
44 8
Tu-Tz
1954-1956
44 8
Up-Ut
1954-1956
45 1
Va-Ve
1954-1956
45 2
Vf-Vj
1954-1956
45 3
Wa-We
1954-1956
45 4
The White House
1954-1956
45 5
Wf-Wj
1954-1956
45 6
Wk-Wo
1954-1956
45 7
Wp-Wt
1954-1956
45 8
Y
1954-1956
45 9
Z
1954-1956
Subseries D1: Secretary of the Interior-Personal Correspondence, Outgoing
1954-1956
Box Folder
46 1
A
1954-1956
46 2
Ba-Be
1954-1956
46 3
Bf-Bz
1954-1956
46 4
Ca-Ch
1954-1956
47 1
Ci-Cz
1954-1956
47 2
D
1954-1956
47 3
E
1954-1956
47 4
F
1954-1956
48 1
G
1954-1956
48 2
Ha-Haz
1954-1956
48 3
He-Hz
1954-1956
48 4
I-J
1954-1956
48 5
K
1954-1956
49 1
L
1954-1956
49 2
Ma-Me
1954-1956
49 3
Mf-Mz
1954-1956
49 4
McA-McZ
1954-1956
49 5
N-O
1954-1956
50 1
P
1954-1956
50 2
Q-R
1954-1956
50 3
Sa-Sl
1954-1956
51 1
Sm-Sz
1954-1956
51 2
T-V
1954-1956
51 3
Wa-Wh
1954-1956
51 4
Wi-Wz
1954-1956
51 5
Y-Z
1954-1956
Subseries D2: Secretary of the Interior-Letters signed by his private secretary, Miss Alene Phillips
1954-1956
Box Folder
52 1
A-C
1954-1956
52 2
D-H
1954-1956
52 3
I-O
1954-1956
52 4
P-S
1954-1956
52 5
T-Z
1954-1956

Series II:  Secretary of the Interior-Trip Files, 1953-1956Return to Top

Sorted by date and place name.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
53 1
Puerto Rico
March 15, 1953-March 22, 1953
53 2
Virgin Islands
March 15, 1953-March 22, 1953
53 3
Carlisle, PA-Dickinson College
June 7, 1953
53 4
Detroit, OR and Portland, OR
Dedication of dam in Detroit and Rose Festival in Portland.
June 10, 1953-June 12, 1953
53 5
Put-in-Bay, OH
Perry's victory and International Peace Memorial Services.
June 21, 1953
53 6
Hanover, NH-Dartmouth College
100th anniversary of the first scientific examination of crude oil.
June 26, 1953-June 27, 1953
53 7
Joplin, MO and Glacier National Park, MT
Dedication of George Washington Carver national monument, MO and dedication of Glacier National Park Land, MT.
July 14, 1953 July 18, 1953
53 8
San Francisco, CA
Governors Conference, vacation and address at the Commonwealth Club of California.
August 4, 1953-August 21, 1953
53 9
Philadelphia, PA, Orono, ME, Houston TX and Lafayette, LA
September 30, 1953-October 8, 1953
53 10
Columbus OH and Reno, NV
Ohio Federation of Republican Women's Organizations, Inc. and National Reclamation Association.
October 12, 1953 October 14, 1953
54 1
Pebble Beach, CA and Las Vegas, NV
October 23, 1953-October 24, 1953 October 27, 1953
54 2
Toledo, OH
Republican Progress Report Dinner.
October 29, 1953
54 3
Albuquerque, NM
Western Governors Conference.
November 1, 1953
54 4
San Jose, CA
1953 Republican dinner.
November 5, 1953
54 5
Chicago, IL
American Petroleum Institute and the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc.
November 12, 1953
54 6
USO-Pal Week Luncheon
November 16, 1953
54 7
Scranton, PA and Pittsburgh, PA
Address at "Anthracite" Dinner and address at National Industrial Conference Board Luncheon.
November 18, 1953 November 19, 1953
54 8
New York, NY
Address at the Calvin Bullock Forum annual business meeting-American Mining Congress.
December 1, 1953
54 9
Salem, OR
Christmas at home.
December 20, 1953-January 1, 1954
54 10
Miami Beach, FL
Everglades National Park, National Automobile Dealers Association.
January 13, 1954-January 17, 1954
54 11
Los Angeles, CA
Address to Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce.
February 3, 1954
54 12
Saginaw, MI and Minneapolis, MN
Saginaw County Young Republican Dinner and the Hennepin County Republican Committee Lincoln Day dinner.
February 10, 1954 February 11, 1954
54 13
Atlantic City, NJ
The American Association of School Administrators.
February 15, 1954
54 14
Knoxville, TN
Aluminum Company of America.
March 12, 1954-March 14, 1954
54 15
Chicago, Ill.
Address to All Engineers Dinner, American Power Conference.
March 25, 1954
54 16
St. Thomas, Virgin Isle.
Inauguration of Hon. A.A. Alexander.
April 9, 1954
54 17
New York, NY
Saint and Sinners Luncheon.
April 29, 1954
54 18
Charlottesville and Richmond, VA
Skyline Drive.
May 1, 1954-May 3, 1954
54 19
Oregon, Idaho and Washington
May 4, 1954-May 15, 1954
55 1
Phoenix, AZ, Salt Lake City, UT and Rapid City, SD
June 4, 1954-June 8, 1954
55 2
Jackson, MI
Luncheon in honor of Sen. Ferguson.
June 12, 1954
55 3
Detroit, MI
June 25, 1954-June 29, 1954
55 4
Fort Necessity, PA
July 3, 1954-July 4, 1954
55 5
Shenandoah National Park, VA
Operations Hypotheses.
July 7, 1954-July 8, 1954
55 6
Alaska, California and Oregon
July 13, 1954-August 30, 1954
55 7
Alaska
Includes a report on the Alaska Pioneers Home in Sitka, AK with black and white photographs of building and residents.
July 1954
55 8
Yosemite, CA and Salem OR
July 1954
55 9
Colorado River Tour
Tour arranged for President Eisenhower of the Colorado River dam sites.
September 4, 1954
55 10
Harley, IA
September 9, 1954
55 11
Augusta, ME
September 11, 1954
55 12
Lancaster, OH
September 14, 1954
55 13
Cody, WY
September 20, 1954
55 14
McNary Dam-Umatilla, OR
Dedication of dam.
September 23, 1954
55 15
Thief River Falls, MN
September 25, 1954
55 16
Oregon
October 4, 1954
55 17
Redmond and Klamath Falls, OR
Redmond-Klamath Falls transmission line. Also a report on Alaska land withdrawals and McKay's rebuttal to a reporter's accusations.
October 1954
56 1
Eureka and Long Beach, CA
October 8, 1954-October 9, 1954
56 2
McGill, NV
October 12, 1954
56 3
Grand Rapids, MI, St. Joseph, MI, St. Louis, MO., Cairo, IL, Paducah, KY and Detroit, MI
October 20, 1954-October 24, 1954
56 4
Lake Forest, IL, Salt Lake City, UT Yuma and Tulare, CA
October 28, 1954-October 31, 1954
56 5
Portland, Chicago and Spokane
November 6, 1954-November 13, 1954
56 6
New York, NY
November 23, 1954
56 7
San Francisco, CA
Western Forestry Association
December 8, 1954
56 8
Philadelphia, PA
Presentation of Franklin portrait.
December 13, 1954
56 9
Salem, OR
Christmas vacation.
19541218-19550103
56 10
Philadelphia, PA
January 9, 1955
56 11
New York, NY
January 17, 1955
56 12
St. Louis MO, Pontiac, MI, Tulsa and Bartlesville, OK
February 7, 1955-February 12, 1955
56 13
San Francisco, CA and Salem OR
Western States Council Meeting in San Francisco and Legislative conferences in Salem.
March 21, 1955-March 24, 1955
56 14
Virgin Islands
February 23, 1955-February 25, 1955
56 15
Omaha NB and Des Moines, IA
March 28, 1955 March 29, 1955
56 16
Mt. Vernon, IL
The Illinois Oil and Gas Association.
April 18, 1955
56 17
Chicago, IL
Oil Heat Institute of America, Inc.
April 21, 1955
56 18
Buffalo, Carlisle and New York, NY
April 26, 1955-April 29, 1955
56 19
Louisville, KY
The Kentucky Derby.
May 7, 1955
56 20
Morgantown, WV
May 13, 1955-May 14, 1955
57 1
European Trip
Itineraries and telegrams.
May 26, 1955-July 6, 1955
57 2
European Trip
May 26, 1955-July 6, 1955
57 3
European Trip
Miscellaneous.
May 26, 1955-July 6, 1955
57 4
Champoeg, Vancouver, New Mexico
Speaking engagements and vacation.
August 1, 1955-August 26, 1955
57 5
Clarksburg, WV
State Legion Convention.
September 3, 1955
57 6
Chicago, IL
GM Powerama.
September 15, 1955
57 7
Louisville, KY
American Institute of Park Executives.
September 19, 1955
57 8
Fontana Village, NC
Biennial meeting of National park Field Personnel, Great Smoky National Park Banquet.
September 24, 1955
58 1
Portland, ME
Republican Recognition Dinner.
September 29, 1955
58 2
Las Vegas, NV, Los Angeles, CA and St. Louis, MO
October 9, 1955-October 12, 1955
58 3
Virgin Islands
The inauguration of Hon. Walter A. Gordon as Governor of the Virgin Islands.
19551017
58 4
Portland, Corvallis and Salem, OR, Longview, WA Denver, CO and Lincoln, NB
October 20, 1955-November 7, 1955
58 5
Lincoln, NB
National Reclamation Association.
October 24, 1955
58 6
Gettysburg, PA
Veterans' Day program.
November 11, 1955
58 7
Burlington, VT
November 15, 1955-November 17, 1955
58 8
Big Bend National Park, Texas
The dedication of Big Bend National Park.
November 20, 1955
58 9
Hawaii and Oregon
December 10, 1955-December 20, 1955 December 21, 1955-December 31, 1955
58 10
Casper, WY
Address at Salute to Eisenhower Dinner.
January 19, 1956-January 21, 1956
58 11
Wheeling, WV
Address at Lincoln Day Dinner.
February 8, 1956-February 9, 1956
58 12
Baltimore, MD
February 17, 1956
58 13
Address at the Maryland Press Association dinner.
58 14
New York, NY
Egleston Medal Award dinner, Young Republican Club of Columbia University.
March 14, 1956
58 15
Virgin Islands
Vicorp meeting.
March 16, 1956-March 18, 1956
58 16
Chandler, AZ
Address at the National Press photographers Association.
April 3, 1956
58 17
Report on Alaska
undated

Series III:  Appointment Books, Governor McKay and Secretary of the Interior McKay, 1949-1955Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box item
59 1
1949
59 2
1950
59 3
1951
59 4
1952
59 5
1953
60 1
1954
60 2
1955

Series IV:  Secretary of the Interior McKay-correspondence, 1951-1956Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
61 1
Governor Douglas McKay
1952
61 2
Hells Canyon
1951-1953
61 3
Secretary McKay-A-H
1952-1956
61 4
Secretary McKay-I-N
1952-1956
61 5
Secretary McKay-O-R
1952-1956
61 6
O and C Roads
1955
61 7
Secretary McKay-S-Z
1952-1956
61 8
Photographs and Magazine Articles
Contains 10 8"x10" black and white photographs including one with President Eisenhower; one 4"x5" black and white portrait and one 3.5"x5" black and white portrait; nine magazine articles with relevant correspondence, including one issue of Time Magazine with McKay on the cover.
1953-1955
61 9
Mrs. McKay
1953
61 10
Chronological File
January 21, 1953-June 30, 1953
62 1
Subject File-Congratulations received
1952-1955
62 2
Subject File-National Citizens for Eisenhower Congressional Committee
1954
62 3
Subject File-Matters of Interest to Oregon
1955-1956
62 4
Subject File-Political, Oregon
1954-1955
62 5
Subject File-Political, Alaska
1954-1955
62 6
Subject File-Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
1953
62 7
Subject File-Portrait
1953
62 8
Subject File-Political, General
19*53-1955
62 9
Subject File-Derogatory Letters received
1953 1956

Series V:  Speeches of Douglas McKay, 1948-1958Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Speeches by Governor McKay
1948-1952
Box Folder
63 1
Miscellaneous Speeches
1949-1952
63 2
Political Campaign Addresses
1950
63 3
Radio Addresses
1948-1952
Subseries A1: Speeches by Interior Secretary McKay
1948-1958
Box Folder
64 1
Volume 1, Part 1
March 23, 1953-September 9, 1953
64 2
Volume 1, Part 2
September 19, 1953-February 15, 1954
64 3
Volume 2, Part 1
March 22, 1954-September 30, 1954
64 4
Volume 2, Part 2
October 10, 1954-January 31, 1955
65 1
Volume 3, Part 1
February 4, 1955-September 24, 1955
65 2
Volume 3, Part 2
September 29, 1955-April 3, 1956
65 1
TV and Radio Broadcasts
1953
65 2
Speeches and Press Releases
1956-1958
65 3
Federal Record
1953-1956
65 4
State Record
1952-1956
65 5
Personal Record
1955-1956
65a 1
Addresses by Secretary McKay (1)
1955
65a 2
Addresses by Secretary McKay (2)
1955
65a 3
Political Speeches by Secretary McKay
1953-1955
65a 4
Statements by Secretary McKay
1953-1955
65a 5
Radio Broadcasts
1952-1956
65a 6
TV Appearances of Secretary McKay
1953-1956
65a 7
Addresses by Secretary McKay
1956

Series VI:  McKay-Morse Senate Campaign, 1952 1956Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
66 1
Al Serena
1956
66 2
Auto Dealers
1956
66 3
Big Meadows
1956
66 4
Bulk Mailing
1956
66 5
Campaign Issues-Giveaways
1956
66 6
Radio/TV Arrangements
1956
66 7
Morse Campaign Literature
1956
66 8
Conservationists for McKay
1956
66 9
Democrats for McKay
1956
66 10
Emmons
1956
66 11
Deetz
1956
66 12
Joe Dunne
1956
66 13
Gerber
1956
66 14
Invoices-Fall, Furniture, etc.
1956
66 15
Invoices-Spring
1956
66 16
Hitchcock
1956
66 17
Primary Election Returns
1956
66 18
Local Committees-Bo, Con, Mabel
1956
66 19
Morse Debate
1956
66 20
Speeches as Secretary of the Interior
1956
66 21
McKay Campaign Literature
1956
66 22
Unfavorable Publicity
1956
66 23
Medics For McKay (Physician's Committee)
1956
66 24
Neuberger
1956
66 25
Newspapers-Purcell
1956
66 26
News Releases
May 19, 1956-November 4, 1956
66 27
News Releases-Special
1956
66 28
"Morse Code" Speech
1952
66 29
News Releases-Primary
1956
66 30
Organization-Association Program for Campaign
1956
66 31
Pacific
1956
66 32
Post Office-Slips
1956
66 33
President's (Eisenhower) Speech
1956
66 34
Receipts-finished
1956
66 35
Speeches
1956
66 36
Veterans-Starr
1956
66 37
Volunteers
1956
66 38
Don Walker-Letters to Editor
1956
Subseries A: Campaign correspondence
1956
Box Folder
67 1
A
1956
67 2
Labor for McKay
1956
67 3
Ba-Be
1956
67 4
Bf-Bz
1956
67 5
Committee-Miscellaneous Mailing Lists
1956
67 6
Ca-Cd
1956
67 7
Cd-Cn
1956
67 8
Co-Cz
1956
67 9
D
1956
67 10
E
1956
67 11
Expense Accounts-Partial records
1956
67 12
F
1956
67 13
G
1956
67 14
Gerber
1956
67 15
Ha-Hd
1956
67 16
He-Hz
1956
67 17
I
1956
67 18
Indians
1956
67 19
Itinerary
1956
67 20
J
1956
67 21
K
1956
68 1
L
1956
68 2
Letters and Lists
1956
68 3
Ma-Mc
1956
68 4
Md-Mz
1956
68 5
N
1956
68 6
O
1956
68 7
Pa-Pe
1956
68 8
Paulson, Conrad
1956
68 9
Pf-Pz
1956
68 10
Q
1956
68 11
R
1956
68 12
Republican County Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen
1956
68 13
Sa-Sc
1956
68 14
Sd-So
1956
68 15
Sp-Sz
1956
68 16
T
1956
68 17
U
1956
68 18
V
1956
68 19
W
1956
68 20
Y
1956
68 21
Z
1956
69 1
Campaign Correspondence-A-F
1956
69 2
Campaign Correspondence-G-L
1956
69 3
Campaign Correspondence-M-R
1956
69 4
Campaign Correspondence-S-Z
1956
69 5
Foreign Countries
1956
69 6
Alaska
1956
69 7
Arizona
1956
69 8
California (about 120)
1956
69 92
California-A-G
1956
69 10
California-H-P
1956
69 11
California-R-Z
1956
69 12
Colorado
1956
69 13
Connecticut
1956
69 14
Delaware
1956
69 15
Florida
1956
69 16
Hawaii
1956
69 17
Idaho
1956
69 18
Illinois
1956
69 19
Indiana, Iowa-Kansas
1956
69 20
Kentucky-Louisiana
1956
69 21
Maryland-Maine
1956
69 22
Massachusetts
1956
69 23
Michigan
1956
70 1
Minnesota
1956
70 2
Missouri-Mississippi
1956
70 3
Montana
1956
70 4
Nebraska
1956
70 5
Nevada
1956
70 6
New Jersey
1956
70 7
New York
1956
70 8
North Carolina
1956
70 9
Ohio
1956
70 10
Oklahoma
1956
70 11
Pennsylvania
1956
70 12
Rhode Island
1956
70 13
South Carolina-South Dakota
1956
70 14
Tennessee-Texas-Utah
1956
70 15
Virginia-Vermont
1956
70 16
Washington
1956
70 17
West Virginia
1956
70 18
Wisconsin-Wyoming
1956
70 19
Personal Correspondence-Of-Oj
1956
70 20
Marion Wright, Miscellaneous States Contributions
1956
70 21
Douglas McKay Chevrolet Co.
1956
70 22
Contributors
1956
70 23
Democrats and Independents for McKay
1956
70 24
The Documented Record of Senator Wayne Morse
1956
70 25
Campaign Correspondence in Washington
Prior to Oregon campaign.
1956
70 26
District of Columbia-Interior, Personal to staff
1956
70 27
District of Columbia-J-P
1956
70 28
District of Columbia-Q-Z
1956

Series VII:  Oversize, undatedReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
71 1
Colored ink "print" of General White
Separated material from box 25, folder 1: Colored ink "print" of General White (for whom Camp White near Medford, OR is named) on white muslin, 15"x24.5". Name of camp in blues at top and "signed" by Peter Paul Patrick [P?]osluszny of Camp White.
1956

Series VIII:  Photographs, undatedReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
72 1
Training Aids Negative Files
Separated Material from box 7, folder 3: There are 117 2.25" negatives of Camp Adair; 43 2.25" black and white contact prints; and two 8x10" black and white prints, documenting the construction of the camp.
1956