Tim and Betty Babcock papers, 1961-1995  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Babcock, Tim, 1919-2015
Title
Tim and Betty Babcock papers
Dates
1961-1995 (inclusive)
Quantity
13.3 linear feet of shelf space
Collection Number
MC 269 (91:2-1)
Summary
Tim Babcock was governor of Montana from 1962 until 1969, an active member in the Republican Party up until his death in 2015, owner of Babcock Trucking Inc., co-owner of the Colonial Hotel, and a mining consultant. This collection consists of records (1961-1969) from Babcock's two terms including Vietnam condolence letters to Montana families, speeches, press releases, six large scrapbooks created by his staff with assistance from his wife, Betty, records of Babcock's administrative assistant Dave Holliday, and a reel to reel tape of campaign ads from Babcock's gubernatorial campaign. Speeches primarily given as governor are also included (1963-1968, 1972). The speeches make up a bulk of the collection and often contain hand written edits. Subject files are included covering topics he addressed as governor, however the subject files also include records of his various businesses (1968-1972, 1991-1996) including Babcock Trucking (court papers, and financial records) and the Colonial Inn (subject files detailing the planning and development of the hotel). Collection includes a number of maps, predominantly relating to the mining industry. Betty Babcock was Tim's wife and was co-owner/manager of the Colonial Inn, a delegate for the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention, and a state representative from 1975 to 1977. Her portion of the collection includes correspondence written to her from the general public on various topics related to the development of the 1972 state consitution including people's support or opposition to various issues discussed during the re-writing of the state constitution (1971-1972), as well as financial and legal documents, press releases, speeches, Betty's notes, and subject files all relating to con-con activity (1972), including the planning and scheduling of tours of the State Capitol for schools and organizations across the state, of which she managed. Also included are correspondence and subject files from the one term she served as a state rep for the 44th Montana Legislative Session, specifically on bills heard during the session and the public's support or opposition (1975).
Repository
Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Montana Historical Society Research Center Archives
225 North Roberts
PO Box 201201
Helena MT
59620-1201
Telephone: 406-444-2681
Fax: 406-444-5297
mhslibrary@mt.gov
Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Tim M. Babcock was born October 27, 1919, in Little Fork, Minnesota to Erwin H. and Olive Babcock, and he came to Montana with his parents when he was a few months old. They settled on a homestead in Dawson County west of Glendive. Tim Babcock attended grade school in Glendive and graduated from Dawson County High School in 1939. After graduating from high school, Babcock moved to California where he was employed by Douglas Aircraft Company for two years. While there he married Betty Lee on September 21, 1941, in Las Vegas. Betty, the daughter of Richard and Katherine Lee, met Babcock in high school. Their first daughter, Lorna Lee, was born in Santa Monica, California. During World War II Babcock served as a combat infantryman for three years. Serving with the 99th Infantry Division, he participated in some of the crucial battles of the European theatre. He received the Bronze Star for valor in the battle for the Remagen Bridge in France. During the war, Betty Babcock lived in Glendive and worked in a ration office. Upon returning to Montana in 1946, Babcock entered the transport business at Miles City. He and his father-in-law, R.E. Lee, started the trucking firm with two trucks. Although Mr. Lee died in 1949, Babcock continued to call the firm Babcock and Lee. The Babcocks lived in Miles City for nine years and their second daughter, Marla Kay, was born there. The family moved to Billings in the mid-1950s as the trucking business expanded. Tim Babcock first entered Montana politics in 1952, seeking election as the Republican candidate for the Montana House of Representatives from Custer County. He was elected and served through the 1953 and 1955 sessions. After moving to Billings, he was twice elected to the House from Yellowstone County, serving during both the 1957 and 1959 sessions. Babcock became close personal friends with Donald G. Nutter and in 1960 the two campaigned together for the offices of Lieutenant Governor and Governor respectively. They were elected and took office in January 1961. Lieutenant Governor Babcock became the governor on January 25, 1962, following an airplane crash that took the life of Governor Nutter. Babcock was sworn in on February 6. In 1964 he was elected to his first full term as Governor. Babcock served as Chairman of the Western States Governors' Conference, Vice Chairman of the National Republican Governors Association, and Chairman of the Board of the Montana Motor Transport Association. He has been a member of Rotary, the Elks, the Shriners, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, the Boy Scouts, and the Presbyterian Church. He also was involved as a mining industry consultant. On April 7, 2015, Babcock died in Helena of natural causes.

Betty Babcock was born Betty Ruth Lee on March 11, 1922, in Aplington, Iowa. Following her mother's death when she was just two, she came to live with relatives in Glendive, Montana. She and her husband built the Colonial Inn hotel, restaurant and convention center in Helena which opened in January 1970, of which she also managed. Betty, like her husband, was heavily involved in politics for many years. She was ran for, and was elected as a delegate from Helena to serve in the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention. She stated that although the final document wasn't perfect, she was anxious to see it ratified. After the Montana Taxpayers Association successfully sued to block spending of a portion of the Con-Con budget on voter education, Betty donated an office in the Colonial Inn, phones, typewriters, and a copier for backers of the proposed document to use as their headquarters for the ratification campaign. She was also elected to the Montana House of Representatives in 1975 and served one term. She continued to play an active role in the Republican Party at both the state and national level throughout her life. Betty helped lead a private fundraising effort for the restoration of the Montana Capitol and was a big supporter of a new building to house the Montana Historical Society. She passed away on August 4, 2013. A closed casket viewing was held in the Capitol building's rotunda for the public to pay respects. She was the first person to lay in state in the capitol rotunda since Gov. Nutter in 1962.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection is broken into two sub-groups: Tim Babcock and Betty Babcock.

The collection consists of five accessions, two donated by Governor Babcock and one donated by Randy O. Carlson, one donated by the decedents of Tim and Betty following their passing, and one donated by Betty. The Governor's donations contain subject files (1965-1968), including correspondence, press releases, speeches, and financial records from his two terms as governor and also some personal papers covering various business and personal interests of Tim (1968-1995); and six scrapbooks (1961-1968) containing newspaper clippings, certificates, and photographs, compiled by the Governor's wife and staff and presented to him as a gift. The Carlson donation consists of records of Dave Holliday, the Governor's administrative assistant, and includes correspondence, press releases, speech material, and subject files on such topics as a sales tax and Republican political organizations. There also is a small amount of personal material regarding Holliday's work for the Intermountain News Network. The collection also contains a reel-to-reel audio tape of Babcock's campaign ads (MM29). The Babcock family donation consists of subject files and speeches from Tim Babcock created/collected during his terms as governor (1962-1968), as well as business records (legal, financial, maps) and subject files relating to his various diplomatic and philanthropic activities (1961-1995).

Betty Babcock's donation consists of her papers (correspondence, subject files, notes, press releases, legal files) from the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention and correspondence and subject files she collected and created for the 44th Legislative Session of Montana (1975). [Printed material separated to the Library, photos separated to Photo Archives.]

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The Montana Historical Society is the owner of the materials in the Research Library and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Research Library before any reproduction use. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners.

Preferred Citation

[item description and date]. Tim and Betty Babcock papers, 1961-1995. Manuscript Collection 269. [Box and Folder numbers]. Montana Historical Society Research Center, Archives, Helena, Montana.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection

Tim BabcockReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Printed Material
Box/Folder
1/1
List of printed material separated to the Library; phonographs separated to the Photo Archives; and list of artifacts separated to the Museum.
Biographical Material
Box/Folder
1/2
Tim Babcock
1962-1966, undated
Correspondence
Box/Folder
1/3-6
Governor
Jan. 1967, Apr-Sept 1967; 1968-1969
1/7
Confidential Memorandum
1972
1/8
Montana Historical Society Foundation
1992-1994
1/9
National Committeeman Letters
1992 - 1993
1/10
General Correspondence
1995, 2011
1/11
Personal correspondence of Dave Holliday re Intermountain Network News
1967
Court Papers
Box/Folder
1/12
Dolores Colburg vs. Republican Governors Association and the Stephens/Kolstad Campaign
1992
1/13
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company vs. Wright Motor Line, Inc.
1968-1969
Financial
Box/Folder
2/1-2
Babcock Transportation
1968
2/3
Babcock Transportation Co. 1968 Worksheet
1968
2/4
Montana Diesel Reports
1968
2/5
Babcock Trucking Co. - 1 Trip Report
1968
2/6
Schedule of Investment
1968
3/1-2
Babcock Trucking
1967-1969
3/3
Babcock Transportation Co. Whitehouse Trucking, Inc.
1969
3/4
Travel and Travel Claims
1968
3/5
Babcock for Governor Club Receipts [Sampled]
1968
Legal
Box/Folder
3/6
Power of Attorney
1963, 1964, 1968
Reports
Box/Folder
3/7
"The National Park System in Montana" A 1967 Report to Governor Tim M. Babcock
1967
3/8
Boy Scouts
1967 - 1968
3/9
Larry Cheadle (Report of Death of Inmate and Montana State Prison)
1966 - 1967
3/10
Polling Data 1968
1968
3/11
Polling Data 1972
1972
Speeches
Box/Folder
4/1-4
Abe Lincoln Speech Material
1968
4/5-14/09
Speeches
1963 - 1967
14/10
Announcing 1972 U.S. Senate Campaign
1972
Writings
Box/Folder
14/11
Statements Governor Babcock
1968, undated
Maps
Rolled Material
maps
1
The Carlson Mine Montana Consolidated Mines Corporation Winston-Broadwater County Montana Henry M. Lancaster Mining Engineer (2 maps)
1936
Box/Folder
2
Certificate of Survey No. Lewis & Clark County TWP 14N R3W L.C. Hanson Co. Consulting Engineers & Surveyors Helena, Montana
n.d.
3
Colored Contour/Birdseye Map Boulder to Great Falls, MT
n.d.
4
Compilation of geologic work of Thompson (1960) and Irving (1953) by R.J. Foster and W.D. Thompson Compensation for local magnetic anomoly (approx. N5E) in transfer from Irving's map Base map of 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 levels by W.D. Thompson, 1960 transit surv
1960
Map Case
Box/Folder
5
Composite Plan Cruse-Belmont Mine Marysville, Montana (3 maps)
n.d.
6
Crown Butte Mines Inc. National Parks, Wilderness, and National Forest Lands in the vicinity of the New World Project Park County, MT
1995
7
Cynosure, Little Olga, Irish Syndicate
n.d.
8
Cross Sections and Composite Geologic and Assay Plan Map of January Mine Winston, Broadwater Co., Montana scale 1" = 4" Assay order-width in feet, oz.Au., Oz.Ao', %Pb, %Zn Nelson and Irving - Butte, Montana - by I.G. Irving
1953
9
Geologic Cross Sections of the Marysville Mining District Montana, U.S. Geological Survey
n.d.
10
Geologic Map of the Marysville Mining District Montana USGS
1899
11
Montana (Lewis & Clarke County) Marysville Special Map USGS
1899
12
Unidentified Marysville Mining District
n.d.
13
January Mine Winston Broadwater County Montana
1953
14
Sketch Map January Mine Winston Broadwater County Montana
1957
15
January Mine (six maps)
1933, 1934, 1957
16
Geologic Map of the January Mine Geology of Levels 1 & 2 after I.G. Irving private report 1953; in part after R.F. Scott Geology of levels 3-7 and surface geology by Willard D. Thompson
1953
17
Kleinschmidt Tunnel Scale 1" = 200' Copy by A.V. Austerman
1947, 1961
18
Mineral Survey No. Great Falls Land District Montana Consolidated Mines Corporation, Applicant
n.d.
19
Beaver Creek (unorganized) Mining District Broadwater County, Montana Surveyed by Henry M. Lancaster, U.S. Mineral Surveyor Scale 1" = 300'
n.d.
20
Map No. 1 Showing Mining Claims Bald Mountain - Belmont Mines Marysville, Montana (two maps)
n.d.
21
Vertical Projection Belmont Mine Marysville, Montana
n.d.
22
Map no. 2 Plan of Bald Mountain No. 4 Tunnel and No 5 Level showing location of samples by numbers
n.d.
23
Map Showing Cataract Creek Placers Township 7N Range 5W Jefferson County Montana (2 maps)
1941
24
Level No. 6 Cruze Vein 1"=50' All Granite Level No. 6 Belmont Vein 1"=50' All Granite except Q628-Q632
n.d.
25
New World Project Air Photo Overlay Frame 1-122 Scale approximately 1=400 Morrison Maierle/CSSA Inc. Engineers Surveyors Aerial Photography 2020 Grand Avenue Billings, MT 59102 Photo Date 10-1-90 Scale 1"=400'+- Frame 1-122
1991
26
Plan Map of Facilities for the New World Project Gallatin National Forest
n.d.
27
Proposed Sleeping Giant Primitive Area
1981
28
Montana House and Senate Districts Adopted by the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission Prepared by Jim Waltermire Secretary of State
n.d.
29
Vosburg Mining Company Seattle, Washington Transmission Line Vosburg Mine to Kleinschmidt Line scale 1" = 400' Copied by A.V. Austerman
1934, 1961
Subject Files
Box/Folder
15/1
Advertising Department [Dave Holliday]
1967, undated
15/2
Agriculture [Dave Holliday]
1968
15/3
Air pollution: bills
1967
15/4
Air pollution: general
1967
15/5
American Freedom Coalition
1992
15/6
American Indian Institute
1992 - 1994
15/7
Forrest Anderson (1968 gubernatorial candidate) [Dave Holliday]
1968
15/8
Articles of Incorporation (Western Governors' Conference; also includes tax exempt status)
1967
15/9
BSA "Boypower" Campaign [Boy scouts of America]
1970, 1972
15/10
Budget, Dave Holliday
1967, undated
15/11
Carroll College Founders Corner
1993, 1994
15/12
Charities, dues, contributions (re personal donations and dues of Tim and Betty Babcock)
1967-1968
15/13
Cheadle, Larry (inmate who died in prison), Dave Holliday
1967
15/14
Civil Defense (organization), Dave Holliday
1967
16/1
C.M. Russell Museum
1993, 1994
16/2
Advertising (re Colonial Hotel)
1970
16/3
Colonial Hotel Designing Paperwork
1970, 1971
16/4
Equipment (re Colonial Hotel)
1970
16/5
Food Service (re Colonial Hotel)
1970
16/6
Colonial Financial (re Colonial Hotel)
1970, 1971
16/7
Human Resources (re Colonial Hotel)
1972
16/8
Personnel Files (re Colonial Hotel)
1970
16/9
Commission on Aging (Mont.), Dave Holliday
1968
16/10
Education (Mont.), Dave Holliday
1968
16/11
Election (1968 gubernatorial) [Dave Holliday]
1968
16/12-17/1
U.S. Senate Campaign 1966
1966
17/2
Elections and Campaigns
1968, 1972
17/3
Election Year 1992
1992
17/4
Election Year 1992 Bush-Quayle 92
1992
17/5
Election Year 1992 Montana Republican Party
1992
17/6
Election Year 1992, Fred Thomas
1992
17/7
Election Year 1992 Racicot/Rehberg
1992
17/8
Fiscal: Forty-First Extraordinary Legislative Session
1969
17/9
Fish and Game Commission, Dave Holliday
1968
17/10
Governor's Council for the 90s
1990-1992
17/11-18/2
Governor's Cup Golf
1991 - 1995
18/3
Guest Lists Governor's Christmas Party
1966 - 1968
18/4
Hathaway, Stan (Wyoming Governor), Dave Holliday
1968
18/5
Hearst Metrotone News
1969, 1970
18/6
Highways (Mont.), Dave Holliday
1968, undated
18/7
Senate testimony of Dave Holliday (re logging), Dave Holliday
1968
18/8
Industry and Economic Development, Dave Holliday
1968
18/9
Department of Institutions, Dave Holliday
1968
18/10
Interstate Commerce Commission
1968, 1969
19/1-8
Invitations Accepted
1964-1968
19/9-12
Invitations Declined [sampled]
1964-1966
20/1-4
Knowles Dam (includes Senate testimony of Governor Babcock and responses from the public)
1961-1962
20/5
Labor and Unemployment Compensatory Commission, Dave Holliday
1968
20/6
Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
1991 - 1994
20/7
Ron Marlenee
1992
20/8
Mental Health, Governor's Committee on
1962
20/9
Miscellany
1968, undated
20/10
Missouri Basin Inter-Agency Committee (includes minutes)
1968
21/1
Mining
1973
21/2
Montana Mining Association
1991, 1993, 1994
21/3-5
Statewide Mining Issues
1995, 1996
22/1
Montana Board of Investments
1991
22/2
Montana Board of Science & Technology
1994
22/3-7
Montana - Canadian Friendship Day
1989
22/8
Montana - Canadian Friendship Day Expenses
1989
22/9
Montana Centennial Golf Classic
1989
22/10
Montana Centennial Train
1965
22/11
Montana Governor's Ball
1993
22/12
Montana Heritage Tour
1993
22/13
Montana Historical Society Foundation
1993
22/14
Montana Historical Society: Foundation Board of Directors Draft Minutes
1994
22/15
Montana Historical Society: Foundation Financial Statement & Auditor's Report
1991-1994
22/16
Montana Historical Society: Scriver Gallery
1993-1994
22/17
Montana Hotel - Motel Association
1970
22/18
Montana Power "P-Base"
1993
23/1
Montana Women Conference
1993
23/2
Montana Wool Growers
1994
23/3
Montanans for Multiple Use
1993
23/4-6
Mountain State Legal Foundation
1992 - 1994
23/7
National Forest Product Association Jon Menard
1972
23/8-12
National Governors' Conference
1967-1968
24/1
National Institute of Former Governors
1992 - 1993
24/2
Newspapers (letters to editors by John R. Hallowell, Babcock's executive assistant)
1965
24/3
Next Day Do Questions for Connies [ Tim Babcock Consulting ]
1989
24/4
Oil and Gas Conservation Commission [Dave Holliday]
1968
24/5
Pacific Asia Foundation
1993
24/6
Press guidelines (guidelines for candidates in Montana state elections) [Dave Holliday]
undated
24/7-12
Press releases (1968 press releases: [Dave Holliday])
1965-1968
24/13-14
Proclamations (include correspondence)
1965
24/15
"Programmed instructions on AP terms" (learning the AP style) [Dave Holliday]
undated
24/16
Radio and television appearances
1965
25/1-2
Republican Governors Association
1968
25/3
Republican National Convention (Babcock was a delegate) [Dave Holliday]
1968
25/4-7
Republican Party: National [Dave Holliday]
1967-1968
26/1-2
Republican Party: State [Dave Holliday]
1968
26/3
Political Resumes MT [ RNC ]
1992
26/4
Montana State Republican Party (RNC )
1994
26/5
Montana Republican Party Sue Akey (RNC)
1993, 1994
26/6
Montana Republicans Meeting - Billings June 14 '94 Executive Committee [ RNC ]
1994
26/7
National Republican Congressional Committee
1992, 1993
26/8
Campaign Schools [ RNC ]
1993
26/9
Republican Senatorial Inner Circle
1989 - 1992
26/10
Republican National Committee Resources
1992 - 1994
26/11
RNC Meetings Attended
1994
26/12
1994 Political Contributions
1994
26/13
Legislature 720 Madison [ Fund Raising Event ]
1993
26/14
1993 Leg & Senate
1993
26/15
MT State Republican Executive Committee
1992 - 1993
26/16
Montana Republican County Central Committee Officers & Precinct Committeemen & Women)
1968
27/1
MT State Republican Committee
1967
27/2
Montana Republican Party / 1996 Republican National Convention
1994, 1996
27/3
Montana Republican Party
1992
27/4
Rick Hill & Susan Good Chairman of MT Republican Party
1991
27/5-7
Requests (of the governor, such as autographs or information)
1965
27/8
Schedule of speeches [Dave Holliday]
1968
27/9
Senate & Legislative Parties
1991
27/10-11
State tax [Dave Holliday]
1967-1968
27/12
Tax Payers Association
1989
28/1-4
Thank-you letters
1964-1966
28/5
Veto messages
1965
28/6
Vietnam Condolences
1966-1968
28/7
Water [Dave Holliday]
1967, undated
28/8
Wyoming [Dave Holliday]
1967-1968
28/9
Personal [Dave Holliday]
1967
Miscellaneous
Box/Folder
28/10
Membership Cards & Certificates
ca. 1950s - 1990s
Clippings
Box/Folder
28/11
News Clippings
2012
28/12
Scrapbook
1963

Betty BabcockReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
1972 Montana Constitutional Convention
Correspondence
Box/Folder
29/1
re pre-constitutional convention
1971
29/2
re constitutional convention campaign Fundraising Donations Samples
1971
29/3
re con-con election
1971-1972
29/4
Outgoing re general con-con
1972
29/5
re con-con public support/opposition letters
1972
29/6
re support/opposition Anti-Diversion, Gun control
1972
29/7
re support/opposition Anti-Diversion, Highway user tax
1972
29/8
re support/opposition Con-Con Bill of Rights
1972
29/9
re support/opposition Education
1972
29/10
re support/opposition elected officials
1972
29/11
re support/opposition environment and natural resources
1972
29/12
re support/opposition gambling
1972
29/13
re support/opposition labor issues
1972
29/14
re support/opposition local government
1972
29/15
re support/opposition public service commission
1972
29/16
re support/opposition revenue and finance
1972
29/17
re support/opposition miscellaneous
1972
29/18
re post constitutional convention
1972
Financial
Box/Folder
29/19
re Con-con election expenses
1971
Legal
Box/Folder
29/20
re Con-con declaration of nomination
1971
29/21
re Con-con Supreme Court Case No. 12260
1972
News Releases
Box/Folder
29/22
News releases re Con-con
n.d.
Speeches
Box/Folder
29/23
re Con-con and presentations
1972
Notes
Box/Folder
29/24
Notes re Con-con Bill of Rights
n.d.
29/25
Draft of Convention Rules
1972
29/26
Notes re Con-con proposals
1972
30/1
Public Health, Welfare and Safety Committee
1972
30/2
Notes re Con-con
1972
30/3
Notes re Con-con study #13 The Executive
1972
30/4
Notes re Con-con study #3 the Constitution of MT and the Constitution of the United States
1972
Subject Files
Box/Folder
30/5
re Con-con Anti-Diversion
1972
30/6
re Con-con capitol tours, delegates-guest announcements
1972
30/7
re Con-con capitol tours, delegates speaking schedules
1972
30/8
re Con-con capitol tours general information
1972
30/9
re Con-con capitol tour incoming/outgoing correspondence
1972
30/10
re Con-con capitol tour slide presentation note cards
1972
30/11
re Con-con capitol tour - tour applications
1972
31/1
re Con-con miscellaneous
1972
31/2
re Con-con Institutional idea and resource guide
1972
31/3
re Con-con invitations
1972
31/4
re Con-con Judicial branch
1972
31/5
re Con-con Legislative branch
1972
31/6
re Con-con orientation and organization
1972
31/7
re Con-con prep and education
1972
31/8
re Con-con public information
1972
31/9
re Con-con partisan legislature bill hearing
1972
31/10
re Con-con public information committee
1972
31/11
re Con-con public relations
1972
31/12
re Con-con newspaper clippings
1971
44th Montana Legislative Assembly
Correspondence
Box/Folder
32/1
re SB 52 19 year old drinking age
1975
32/2
re SB 250
1975
32/3
re HB 434 payment of hospital bills
1975
32/4
re HB 443 banning nuclear power plant in MT
1975
32/5
re HB 277, 495, 387 opticians and optometry
1975
32/6
re HB 503 Dunn, Nelson
1975
32/7
re HB 516 Phillips, Cohen school foundation funding
1975
32/8
re HB 517 West-Mont Home Health Care, Inc.
1975
32/9
re HB 566 Helena School District No. 1
1975
32/10
re HB 581, 630, 167, 330, 331, 332 MT Painters District Council No. 59
1975
32/11
re HB 582 Leuthold
1975
32/12
re HBs 33, 257, 339 Johnson, Madison, Sassen, Keith, Hazen
1975
32/13
re HB 331 Lewis and Clark Medical Society
1975
32/14
re HB 78 Helena Fire Department
1975
32/15
re HB 73 Sale, Bargmeyer, Beighle, and Jones; HB 387 Burton
1975
32/16
re HB 44, 53, 54, 88, 137, 138 Judith Basin County Office of County Superintendent of Schools
1975
32/17
re SB257 Legislative Assembly
1975
32/18
re HJR 37 and HB 272 Classification and Wage Compensation Plan
1975
32/19
HB 319 Milton et al Milton
1975
32/20
HB 330, HB 331, HB 332, HB 333 Bompart, Dickman, Heen, Johnson, Phillips, Western Montana Building Construction Trades Council, Williams, Woodward
1975
32/21
SB 58, SB 59, SB 60, SB 61 Bastian, Kulith
1975
32/22
SB 222 Montana Tavern Association
1975
32/23
HB 418 Electrical Work Under Supervision of Licensed Master Electrician
1975
32/24
HB 424 Permitting Subsidiary Trust Companies
1975
32/25
HB 619, HB 636, HB 637, HB 646, HB 648, HB 675 Fitzgerald, Hanson et al., Haskins, Montana Farm Bureau Federation, Settle
1975
32/26
SB 236 Hall
1975
32/27
HB 553, HB 363 Petition of Support
1975
32/28
SB 275 Devoe, Montana Education Association, Swift
1975
32/29
"Betty - Letters, Cards, & Pictures" Dringle, Stoneway, Governor Tom Judge, Willis, Robertson, Clarke, Montana Women's Political Caucus, Dion, Freeman, McDonough, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, MacHaffie, Moore, Underdal, Bextelsex, Melcher, Lu
1975
32/30
HB 20 Weis, Board of Chiropractors, Kaye, Score, Thompson, Larson, Getchell, Lindblom, McMannis, Ressmeyer, Mossman,
1975
32/31
Gambling Bills Palmer, Montana Catholic Conference, Moody, Kussman
1975
32/32
HB 263 - Annual Sessions American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; Communication Workers of America
1975
32/33
HB 385 & HB 467 Amending Psychologist Licensing Law Watkins, Walters, Wollersheim, Palmer, Welt, Bargmeyer et al., Mozer, Ullman, Lehwalder, Edwin, Walters, Wollerdheim, Ammons
1975
32/34
HB 80 Public Utilities Farstead, Frederick, Tursich, O'Lear, Fredrick, King, Ingram, Hanson Heitner, Herrig, Backeberg, Petrini, Erickson, Dorrington, Morey, Pfeiffer, Conner, Beyer, Clark, Stembug, Black, Trhite, Hiltner, Vickers, Summers, Olsen, Clark,
1975
32/35
SB 27
1975
32/36
HB 374 Capital Gains Tax Bownes, McIntyre, Alderson
1975
32/37
SB 351 Restricting Smoking in Public Dyche, Towers
1975
32/38
HB 80 Montana Power Co., Conley, Mueller, Electrical Workers, Andrew, Fries, Verbanac, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Maness, Tuohy, Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 41, Southwest Building Trades Council of Montana, Construction and Gener
1975
32/39
HB 276 Bank Detached Drive-In Teller Stations Northwestern Bank
1975
32/40
HB 277 Amending Professional Optometric Law Espelin
1975
32/41
SJR 20 ERA Bill Greany, Lenington, Haswell, Rodgers, Williams, Summers Montana Citizens to Rescing the E.R.A., Garrett, Swoboda, Pitts, Racicot, Knudson, Mues, Walker, Corbett, Bingen, Siedentop, Demudsky, Corbett, Glueckert, Cxouter
1975
32/42
HB 112 Pay for Fireman International Association of Firefighters, Williams
1975
32/43
HB 120 Usury Rates Garrett, LaSalle, Bownes
1975
32/44
HB 129 "Declaring Certain Practices of Odoriferous Establishments to be Public Nuisances" Taliafeno
1975
32/45
HB 154 Licensure of Speech Pathologists Department of Health and Environmental Sciences, DeVoe et al.
1975
32/46
HB 239 Pharmaceutical Samples Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Assoc.
1975
32/47
HB SB 31 & HB 263 Annual Sessions Carpenters Loca No. 153
1975
32/48
HB 257 Increase fro Retirees From PERS; HB 236 Fallan, Tash, Neilson
1975
32/49
HB 577 State Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Pratt
1975
32/50
SB 275 Collective Bargaining Educators Stephenson
1975
32/51
HB 144, HB 170, HB 256; SB 250 Moral Issues Brown, Rodgers, Kirchen, Reynolds, Montana Association of Churches, Tower, Miller, Anderson, Glueckert, Anderson, Montana Right to Life Association, Franks, Strom, Roose, Curtiss, Morgan, Marchbanks, Starling,
1975
32/52
HB 234 Re: Private Employment Offices ACME Personnel Services, Wretlind, Snelling and Snelling, Big Sky Inc., Business Employment Services, Personal Employment Coordinators, Sunburt Employment Services, Action Career Employment, Montana Private Employmen
1975
32/53
HB 504 Child Care; HB 509 Amend Nursing Practice Act Fisher, Gribnaw, Cantell, Landeruf, Missoula Technical Center, Mazanec, Netterfield, Klimper, Adams, Mienke, Health, Phillips, Peterson, Moore, Helena Vocational-Technical Center, Fulton
1975
32/54
HB 577 Ellis, Missoula County, Robinson, Mann, Kenyon, Mitchell, Beckett
1975
32/55
[Miscellany: Eastern Montana College, SB 76, Property Tax, 1976 Trade Expo, Montana Nursing Home Association
1975, 1976
Subject Files
Box/Folder
32/56
HB 348 Shop Lifting
1975
32/57
Education
1975
33/1
"Babcock Bill" HB 439, HB 586, HB 645, HB 578, HB 680, HB 176, HB 177, HB 179
1975
33/2
HB 264, HB 269, HB 271, HB 272, HB 486, HB 289, HJR 37
1975
33/3
Testimony of bills in Labor & Employment Relations Committee: HB 633, HB 234, HB 399, HB 332, HB 95, HB 630, HB 444, HB 427, HB 428, HB 443 HB 448, HB 408, HB 391, HB 242, HB 467, HB 75, HB 100, HB 156, HB 163, HB 167, HB 112, HB 109, HB 78
1975
33/4
Bill Exhibits: HR 4, SB 331, SB 61 HB 316, HB 1075, HB 63
1975
33/5
Republican Caucus Material Sonny Lockrein - House Minority Leader
1975
33/6
re: House & Senate Bills before the 44th Montana Legislative Assembly
1975
33/7
Miscellany
1975-1977
33/8
Labor and Employment Relations Committee 1/10/1975/2/14/1975
1975
33/9
Labor and Employment Relations Committee
1975
33/10
[Northern Plains Resource Council & Colstrip, MT]
1975
33/11
Montana Tax Payers Association
1975-1976
33/12
[Montana Energy Industry Issues]
1975
33/13
Old West Regional Commission
1977
33/14
Social and Economic Impact Task Force Fort Union Coal Confern.
1976
33/15
Cystic Fibrosis
1975

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