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Warren Grant Magnuson papers and collected materials on Magnuson, 1918-1989

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Magnuson, Warren Grant, 1905-1989
Title
Warren Grant Magnuson papers and collected materials on Magnuson
Dates
1918-1989
Quantity
1407.65 cubic feet
Collection Number
3181 (mss)
Summary
Papers of a lawyer, state legislator, U.S. Representative and Senator, 1944-1981, from Washington state
Repository
University of Washington Librarires, Special Collections.
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

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Languages
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Introduction

Born in 1905 and adopted by a Swedish family in Moorehead, Minnesota, Warren Magnuson moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. He began practicing law soon after he graduated from the University of Washington Law School in 1929. His early positions included Executive Secretary of the Seattle Municipal League, Special Prosecuting Attorney for King County, Assistant U.S. District Attorney and attorney to the Washington Emergency Relief Administration. Magnuson, a Democrat, began his political career in the Washington State House of Representatives during the 1933 legislative session. In 1934 he was elected King County Prosecuting Attorney, an office he held until his election to the U.S. House of Representatives from the First District in 1936. During his tenure in the House, Congressman Magnuson served on the Naval Affairs Committee and the Alaska International Highway Commission. A naval reservist before World War II, Magnuson spent several months on active duty in 1942.

In 1944 Magnuson was a successful candidate, for the Senate. He assumed his Senate seat early when his predecessor, Homer T. Bone, resigned shortly before the end of his term, thereby giving Magnuson seniority over other newly elected Senators.

Warren Magnuson was best known throughout his long Congressional career for his championship of consumer and health legislation. Appointed to the Commerce Committee in 1945, he became chair of that committee in 1955 after the Democrats took control of the Senate. Consumer protection legislation was an important part of the Commerce Committee's agenda throughout Magnuson's 23 years as chairman. In 1966 a separate Consumer Subcommittee was created and Magnuson served as its chairman also. His accomplishments were recognized by the National Consumer's League when, in 1977, they presented Magnuson with their Trumpeter Award for outstanding achievements in consumer protection. Magnuson co-authored a 1968 book, The Dark Side of the Market Place whichattempted to raise public awareness of the need for consumer safeguards.

Magnuson was also an advocate of government support for scientific research in the years following World War II. In 1945 he introduced a bill which, when finally signed into law in 1950, created the National Science Foundation. As a freshman Congressman Magnuson sponsored legislation in the House which created the country's first tax-supported research center, The National Cancer Institute. This bill marked the beginning of a career-long dedication to governmental support of biomedical research and education, which he continued through his 1948 sponsorship of a bill to create the National Institutes of Health, and expanded in the 91st Congress, when he assumed the chairmanship of the Appropriations subcommittee responsible for funding health, labor and education programs. In 1973 Magnuson was the recipient of the Albert Lasker Public Service in Health award.

A member of the Appropriations Committee since 1945, Magnuson assumed its chairmanship in 1978 and resigned as chair of the Commerce Committee. In 1979 he was elected President Pro Tempore of the Senate, reflecting his status as most senior member of the Senate.

Other issues which concerned Magnuson throughout his career were civil rights, particularly through his authorship of the public accommodations section of the 1964 civil rights act; environmental protection, including ports and waterways safety and supertanker regulation; and improvement of public power and irrigation systems in the Northwest.

House of Representatives, 1937-1944

Warren Magnuson was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1936, to the seat from the First District left vacant by the death of Marion Zioncheck. Magnuson took office January 3, 1937 and was re-elected by increasing majorities in 1938, 1940, and 1942. In 1944 he was a successful candidate for the U.S. Senate after Homer T. Bone decided not to seek re-election.

As a Congressman Magnuson served on the Naval Affairs Committee and chaired several of its subcommittees. His responsibilities in Naval matters grew quickly. Magnuson fought for the expansion of the Navy before Pearl Harbor and was instrumental in the building of the Bremerton Naval Shipyards, and in bringing most of West Coast ship building to Puget Sound. He also chaired a Naval Affairs Aviation subcommittee and the Guadalcanal Investigation subcommittee, which investigated the merchant marines' refusal to work.

Magnuson's other committee assignments included the Select Committee on Post War Military Policy and the Special Committee to Investigate the Federal Communications Commission. He was also a member of the Alaska Highway Commission and its chairman from 1938-1944.

Magnuson's first bill as a freshman Congressman was the Bone-Magnuson Cancer Control Act of 1937, which created the National Cancer Institute. He also lent his support to public power projects, sponsored the General Welfare Act and introduced legislation which successfully repealed the Chinese Exclusion Act.

Magnuson was a naval reservist before his election to Congress and after the Pearl Harbor attack immediately volunteered for active duty. Within a few weeks he was aboard the aircraft carrier Enterprise in the Pacific with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. After six months active duty, Magnuson was ordered back to Congress by the President and the Secretary of the Navy.

Senate, 1944-1980

Warren G. Magnuson was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1944 to fill the seat being vacated by Homer T. Bone. Bone then resigned his seat in December 1944. Magnuson was appointed by Governor Langlie to serve out the remaining days of Bone's term; this gave Magnuson seniority over other freshman senators.

Magnuson was perhaps best known throughout his long legislative career for his championship of consumer and health affairs legislation. Appointed to the Commerce Committee in 1945, he became chair of that committee in 1954 when the Democrats gained the majority of the Senate. The Committee had responsibility for legislation pertaining to the regulation of interstate commerce and transportation, communications and consumer protection. Under Magnuson's leadership numerous landmark consumer bills were passed in this period including the Flammable Fabrics Act (1953, 1967), the Hazardous Substances Act (1960), the Child Protection Act (1966), the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (1966), the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act (1966) and the Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act (1966). Magnuson chaired the Commerce Committee for 23 years, until 1978 when he became chairman of the Appropriations Committee.

Magnuson lost his seat in the Senate to Slade Gorton in the 1980 general election. At the beginning of the period covered in these papers, Magnuson became chair of the Labor-Health, Education and Welfare Subcommittee (later: Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Subcommittee) of the Appropriations Committee. He continued as chair of the Commerce Committee until 1978 when he relinquished that role in order to chair the full Appropriations Committee.

His positions on these two powerful committees enabled Magnuson to exert considerable influence in the areas of health care and consumer protection, major interests throughout his career. Examples of legislative accomplishments from this period include the National Health Service Corps, Children's Catastrophic Health Care Act, the Child Protection and Toy Safety Act, Poison Prevention Packaging Act, Consumer Product Safety Act, and Toxic Substances Control Act.

The long years of dedicated service in these legislative areas became formally recognized during this period. In 1979 Warren G. Magnuson was elected President Pro Tempore of the Senate. The position marked his status as the most senior member of the United States Senate. In 1973 he was awarded the prestigious Albert D. Lasker Public Service Award for leadership in health, and in 1977 he received the National Consumers League Trumpeter Award for outstanding achievements in consumer protection. In November 1978 the University of Washington's Warren G. Magnuson Health Sciences Center was named for the man whose strong legislative support had made the Center's facilities and programs possible.

Magnuson, a long-time advocate of free trade with the Peoples' Republic of China, led the first congressional delegation to that country in 1973 following President Nixon's historic visit the previous year.

In the latter part of 1970, Magnuson vigorously promoted funding for the SST program. The proposal was eventually defeated.

Edward Sheets

Edward W. Sheets holds a BA from Brown University (political science) and a master's degree from the University of Washington (energy and environmental policy). Sheets served as a special assistant and legislative assistant for Senator Warren G. Magnuson for many years, and was the staff person responsible for energy and environmental issues, as well as legislative and appropraitions projects. He represented Magnuson in negotions on the Northwest Power Act and passed legislation to prohibit an oil super port in Puget Sound.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers document Magnuson's career from his student days through the end of his Senate career in 1980.

For papers generated while Magnuson was in office, Magnuson's staff established the major correspondence categories: Legislative, General, Departmental, and Personal/Political. Legislative correspondence consists of bills and constituent mail on pending or proposed legislation and is arranged by subject or title of the legislation. Departmental correspondence consists of correspondence with federal agencies on behalf of constituents and is arranged by agency. Constituent case files, including military, social security, civil service and immigration cases, have been removed from the papers and accessioned separately. Some individual case files scattered throughout the papers may have been overlooked and are subject to special restrictions regarding their use. General correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject or constituent names. Magnuson's correspondence with friends and political associates were arranged with his campaign files to form Personal/political papers. Background files on specific topics were routinely kept by all of Senator Magnuson's offices. These are identified as subject series and may be found throughout the accessions.

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Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Preferred Citation

Warren Grant Magnuson papers. Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries, Seattle, Washington.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

3181-001:  Warren Grant Magnuson Pre-Congressional papers, 1929-1936Return to Top

7.2 cubic feet, (16 boxes)
Arranged in 3 series:
  • Organizational activities and committee work
  • Personal and political papers
  • Democratic Party, State Committee Convention

Correspondence, reports, legislation, case files, speeches,financial records, notes, and scrapbooks.

Open to all users.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Organizational Activities and Committee Work
Box/Folder
1/1
Municipal League. Seattle and King County
1929-1931
1/2
King County. Special Prosecuting Attorney
1932
Washington. Legislature. House of Representatives
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder
1/3-10
A-Z
1933
1/11
Unidentified
circa 1933
Box/Folder
1/12-15
Outgoing Letters
1933
1/16
Speeches And Writings -- Others
1932-1933
1/17
Legislation
1933
1/18
Reports And Clippings
1933
Washington. Emergency Relief Administration
Box/Folder
1/19
Organization
1933
1/20-24
General Correspondence
1933-1934
1/25
Minutes And Agenda
1933
2/1
Reports
1933
Case Files
Box/Folder
2/2
Van Horne vs. Foisie, Ernst et al
1933-1934
2/3
G.W. Hamilton vs. Clarence D. Martin, Otto Case and Cliff Yelle individually and as State Finance Committee of State of Washington
1933
Box/Folder
2/4
Notes
1933
2/5
Bulletins
1933
2/6
Miscellaneous
1933
Washington. Judicial Council
Box/Folder
2/7
General Correspondence
1933-1934
2/8
Speeches And Writings -- Others
circa 1933-1934
2/9
Reports
1932-1934
2/10
Legislation
circa 1933-1934
2/11
Miscellaneous
circa 1930-1936
Washington Bar Association. Legislative Committee
Box/Folder
2/12
General Correspondence
1935-1936
2/13
Reports And Miscellaneous
1933
Box/Folder
2/14
U.S. District Attorney. (Assistant)
1933-1934
King County. Prosecuting Attorney
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder
2/15-3/4
A-Z
1935-1936
Incoming Letters -- "Crank" letters
1935-1936
Box/Folder
3/5-8
A-Z
1935
3/9
Unidentified
1935
Box/Folder
3/10-4/10
Outgoing Letters
1935-1936
General Correspondence
1935-1936
Juvenile Crime Prevention
1935
Box/Folder
4/11
General
1935
4/12
Notes
1935
4/13
Clippings
1935
4/14
Miscellaneous
1935
4/14
KIRO Radio Series (Magnuson Talk Show)
1935
4/15
General
1935
4/16
Speeches and Writings -- Others
1935
4/17
Notes
1935
4/18
Miscellaneous
1935
4/19
Justices of the Peace and Constables
1935
Box/Folder
4/20
Veteran-Communist Matter (Communist Worker's School Meeting Breakup)
1935
Box/Folder
4/21
Interoffice Correspondence
1935
4/22
Minutes And Agenda
1934-1936
4/22
Financial Records
1934-1926
Box/Folder
4/23
General
1935-1936
4/24
Auditor's Reports
1933-1936
4/25
Calendars -- Daily Schedule ofAppointments
1935
4/26
Reports
1934-1935
4/27
Legislation
circa 1935
Case Files
1935
Box/Folder
4/28
Erland Point Murder Case
1935
Box/Folder
5/1
Complaint of E.R. Walters and Ralph Walters vs. Ewing D. Colvin and Wilmon Tucker
1935
5/2
Golden Rule Dairy
1935
5/3
Relief Case Files
1935
Box/Folder
5/4
Court Papers -- Disposition of Superior CourtCases
1935-1936
5/5
Statements And Testimony
1935-1936
5/6
Subject Series -- Fraudulent InitiativeSignatures
1935-1936
5/7
Miscellaneous
1935
Seattle Crime Prevention Council
Box/Folder
5/8
General Correspondence
1934-1935
5/9
Miscellaneous
1935
Northwest Airlines
Box/Folder
5/10-16
General Correspondence
1933-1936
5/17
Speeches And Writings -- Others
1933-1935
5/18
Case File -- Northwest Airlines, Inc. vs. WashingtonAircraft and Transport Co., et. al.
1934
5/19
Financial Records
circa 1934-1935
5/20
Legislation
circa 1934-1935
6/1
Legal Documents
circa 1934-1935
6/2
Maps
circa 1934-1935
6/3
Clippings
circa 1934-1935
6/4
Ephemera
circa 1934-1935
6/5
Miscellaneous
circa 1934-1935
Personal and Political Papers
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
6/6-7/18
Miscellaneous
1931-1936
7/19
Applications
1934-1936
8/6
Recommendations
1934-1936
Box/Folder
8/7-14
General
1934-1936
8/15-18
For John A. Ryan, Deputy Prosecutor
1934-1935
8/19-9/2
Invitations and Meeting Announcements
1934-1936
9/3-17
Congratulations and Thank-yous
1934-1936
9/18-10/3
Christmas Cards
1934-1936
Speeches and Writings -- WGM
Box/Folder
10/4
University of Washington Law School -- StudentPapers
undated
10/5-9
Robert Burgunder for ProsecutingAttorney
1930
10/5-9
"Permanent Registration"
1931
10/5-9
Support of Junior Democratic League
1931
10/5-9
Mayoral Candidates
1932
10/5-9
Anniversary of Birth of James Buchanan
1933
10/5-9
Economic Recovery Programs of PresidentRoosevelt
1933
10/5-9
Activities of State Legislature
1933
10/5-9
State Legislature, Extraordinary Session
1933
10/5-9
Special Constitutional Convention Ratification of21st Amendment (Repealing Prohibition)
1933
10/5-9
Washington Supreme Court Rulings on TaxMeasures
1933
10/5-9
Wage Protective League
1933
10/5-9
National Recovery Act
1933
10/5-9
Prosecuting Attorney, Complaints about ChainLetters
1933
10/5-9
Prosecuting Attorney, Prohibiting Sunday BeerSales
1935
10/5-9
Prosecuting Attorney, Crime Problem
1935
10/5-9
Prosecuting Attorney, Strike Problems
1935
10/5-9
Prosecuting Attorney, Duties of Office
1935
10/5-9
Memorial to Marion Zioncheck
1936
10/5-9
Oil Companies Monopoly
1936
10/5-9
Aircraft and Transportation
1936
10/5-9
Washington State Democratic Convention
1936
Speeches and Writings -- WGM -- Campaigns
Box/Folder
10/10
State Legislature
1932
10/11
Prosecuting Attorney
1934
10/12-13
U.S. Congress
1936
Speeches and Writings -- Others
Box/Folder
10/14-11/4
Miscellaneous
1932-1936
11/5
Campaign
1932-1936
11/6
Democratic Party. National Committee. NationalCampaign Committee
1932-1936
11/7
Congressional Record
1932-1936
Financial Records
Box/Folder
11/8
Personal
1934-1936
11/9-12
Campaign for U.S. Congress
1936
Box/Folder
11/13
Reports
1927-1936
11/14
Legal Documents -- Radio Contracts
1934
12, OVERSIZE 1,2
Campaign Materials -- WGM
1932, 1934, 1936
Campaign Materials -- Others
Box/Folder
12/3
Martin, Clarence D.
1936
12/4
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
1936
12/5
Others
1934, 1936
Box/Folder
12/6-9
Campaign Materials -- General
1930-1936
12/10
Legislation
circa 1933-1936
Lists
Box/Folder
12/11
Campaign for Prosecuting Attorney -- VoteTallies
1934
12/12
Campaign for U.S. Congress -- Voters and CampaignWorkers
1936
12/13-14
Campaign for U.S. Congress -- VoteTallies
1936
13/1
Campaign for U.S. Congress --Miscellaneous
1936
Notes
Box/Folder
13/2
Miscellaneous
1932-1936
13/3
Campaign for U.S. Congress
19363
University of Washington Law School
circa 1929
Box/Folder
13/4
Community Property
circa 1929
13/5
Contracts
circa 1929
13/6
Criminal Law
circa 1929
13/7
Equity Law
circa 1929
13/8
Landlord and Tenant
circa 1929
Box/Folder
13/9
University of Washington -- LiteraryBackgrounds
circa 1929
Box/Folder
13/10
News Releases
1934-1936
13/11
Maps -- King County Precincts
1936
Clippings
Box/Folder
13/12-14
Miscellaneous
1933-1935
14 and oversize/1-2
General Campaign
1936
Ephemera
Box/Folder
14/3-4
Miscellaneous
1930-1936
14/5
Campaign for U.S. Congress
1936
Box/Folder
14/6
Miscellaneous
1934
Scrapbooks
Box
15
Prosecuting Attorney
1933-1936
16
State Legislature
1932-1934
16
Campaign
1936
box:oversize
State Legislature
1933-1934
Democratic Party. State Committee. Convention
Box/Folder
14/7-9
General Correspondence
1936
14/10
Minutes
1936
14/11
Program
1936
14/12
Clippings
1936
14/13
Miscellaneous
1936
14/14
Olympic Club
1936

3181-002:  Warren Grant Magnuson House of Representativespapers, 1937-1944Return to Top

59 cubic feet, (59 boxes)
Arranged in 9 series:
  • General correspondence
  • Legislative correspondence
  • Departmental correspondence
  • Departmental correspondence -- priority applications
  • Legislation - WGM sponsored bills
  • Project files
  • Committees
  • Personal and political papers
  • Northwest Airlines

Magnuson's staff established the major correspondence series:"Legislative," "General," "Departmental," as well as the designation "Personal"each year.

Legislative correspondence consists of bills and constituent mailregarding pending or proposed legislation. Pressure mail was selectivelysampled by the Special Collections staff.

Departmental correspondence is primarily case files comprised ofcorrespondence with federal agencies and with constituents. It is arrangedaccording to agency.

General correspondence is the least clearly defined category, butincludes colleagues, friends, and constituents. To some extent it overlapslegislative and departmental correspondence, but the constituent mail ingeneral correspondence concerns issues, not necessarily legislation. Generalcorrespondence also contains correspondence with political associates inWashington State and with some individuals in the Personal / Political Papersseries.

Magnuson's correspondence with friends and close politicalassociates is in the Personal / Political Papers series. The distinctionbetween personal and political correspondence was not readily apparent so noattempt was made to separate them. The name folders in this series occasionallycontain material about, as well as from, the individual or organization named.Campaign material is also included in the Personal / Political series.

Northwest Airlines was a client of Magnuson's law firm. TheNorthwest Airlines series contains material relating to Magnuson's work ontheir behalf.

Since the original foldering of the papers was retained and sincesome individuals have correspondence in more than one series or year.

Open to all users; however, case files of individuals, primarilyin boxes 20-29, 55/19 may not be used unless prospective researchers sign astatement "agreeing (1) not to disclose identity of individuals documentedunless the individual documented is the user or unless the user is agenealogical researcher able to furnish proof of his research intent; and (2)to hold harmless and indemnify the University and Senator Magnuson's heirs forany loss or damages ariging from use of these files."

Container(s)DescriptionDates
General Correspondence
1937
Box/Folder
1/1
A
1937
1/2
B
1937
1/3
C
1937
1/4
D
1937
1/5
E
1937
1/6
F
1937
1/7
G
1937
1/8
H
1937
1/9
H
1937
1/10
I
1937
1/11
J
1937
1/12
K
1937
1/13
L
1937
1/14
M
1937
1/15
Mc
1937
1/16
re: Tom Mooney
1937
1/17
N
1937
1/18
Navy Yard, Bremerton
1937
1/19
O
1937
1/20-21
P
1937
1/22
Q-R
1937
1/23-24
S
1937
1/25
T
1937
1/26
U
1937
1/27
V
1937
1/28-29
W
1937
1/30
X, Y, Z
1937
1/31
A
1938
1/32
Agate Pass Bridge
1938
1/33
Alaska Airways
1938
1/34
Alaskan Fishing
1938
1/35
American Federation of Labor
1938
1/36
American Radio Telegraphists' Association
1938
1/37
Aviation
1938
1/38-39
B
1938
1/40-41
Bremerton Manette Bridge
1938
1/42
Bremerton Public Library
1938
1/43
C
1938
1/44
Coffee, John M.
1938
1/45
Congress of Industrial Organizations
1938
1/46
Constitution of the U.S.
1938
1/47
Cooperative Committee Report
1938
1/48
Crandall, Reuben Lee
1938
2/1
D
1938
2/2
Dies Investigation Committee (U.S. House. Un-American Activities Investigating Committee)
1938
2/3
Dulien, Louis (Dulien Steel Products Inc.)
1938
2/4
E
1938
2/5
Egg Importation
1938
2/6
F
1938
2/7
Federal Courthouse Site
1938
2/8
G
1938
2/9
H
1938
2/10
Hill, Knute W.
1938
2/11
I
1938
2/12
Initiative 130 -- strikes and lockouts
1938
2/13
J
1938
2/14
K
1938
2/15
L
1938
2/16
Lake Washington Bridge
1938
2/17
Library of Congress
1938
2/18-19
M
1938
2/20
Mc
1938
2/21
N
1938
2/22
National Rivers and Harbors Congress
1938
2/23
O
1938
2/24
P
1938
2/25
Pacific-Argentine-Brazil Line
1938
2/26
Pacific Northwest Centennial Exposition (1942)
1938
2/27
Public Power Districts
1938
2/28
Puget Sound Bridge & Dredging Company
1938
2/29
Puget Sound Navy Yard League
1938
2/30
Q
1938
2/31-32
R
1938
2/33
Renton Airport (Alan Blum)
1938
2/34
S
1938
2/36
Seattle-Alaska Airline Route
1938
2/37
Seattle. Central Labor Council
1938
2/38-39
Shingle Quota Restriction
1938
2/40
Smith, Martin F.
1938
2/41
T
1938
2/42
U
1938
2/43
V
1938
2/44
W
1938
2/45
Wallgren, Mon C.
1938
2/46
Washington Construction League
1938
2/47
Washington State Planning Council
1938
2/48
Washington. Public Welfare Department
1938
2/49
Yagle, J. G.
1938
2/50-51
A
1939-1940
2/52
Abel, Harry
1939-1940
2/53-54
Aberdeen, WA -- Laura Law murder case
1939-1940
2/55
American Red Cross
1939-1940
3/1-2
B
1939-1940
3/3-4
Bainbridge Island Road Controversy
1939-1940
3/5
Boeing Airplane Company
1939-1940
3/6-10
Bremerton Navy Yard
1939-1940
3/11
Building Service Employees Union
1939-1940
3/12-13
C
1939-1940
3/14
Coffee, John M.
1939-1940
3/15
D
1939-1940
3/16
Delin, Bertha Moller
1939-1940
3/17
Donworth, Paul and Donworth
1939-1940
3/18
E
1939-1940
3/19-21
Embargo -- Japan
1939-1940
3/22
F
1939-1940
3/23
Fleet Weeks -- Potlatch
1939-1940
3/24
Forbell, Charles F.
1939-1940
3/25
G
1939-1940
3/26-28
H
1939-1940
3/29
I
1939-1940
3/30
Inland Empire Waterways Association
1939-1940
3/31-32
International Labor Conference
1939-1940
3/33-34
International Woodworkers of America
1939-1940
3/35
J
1939-1940
3/36
K
1939-1940
3/37
Kastel, Oliver -- Scholarship
1939-1940
4/1
Kitsap School Problem
1939-1940
4/2
L
1939-1940
4/3
Lake Washington Ship Canal
1939-1940
4/4
Little Congress
1939-1940
4/5-6
M
1939-1940
4/7
Mc
1939-1940
4/8-10
Maritime Federation of the Pacific Coast
1939-1940
4/11-12
N
1939-1940
4/13
Pacific Northwest Centennial Exposition (1942)
1939-1940
4/14
O
1939-1940
4/15
P
1939-1940
4/16
R
1939-1940
4/17
Rainier National Park
1939-1940
4/18
Rochester, Al
1939-1940
4/19-21
S
1939-1940
4/22-23
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1939-1940
4/24-25
Seattle. Housing Authority
1939-1940
4/26
Seattle Newspaper Guild
1939-1940
4/27
T
1939-1940
4/28-31
Trade Agreements
1939-1940
4/32
U
1939-1940
4/33
V
1939-1940
4/34-35
W
1939-1940
4/36
Washington Co-op Egg and Poultry Association
1939-1940
4/37
West Coast Lumbermens' Association
1939-1940
4/38
X, Y, Z
1939-1940
5/1-2
A
1941
5/3-4
B
1941
5/5
Boeing Aircraft Factory
1941
5/6
Bremerton Navy Yard
1941
5/7
Bremerton Roads
1941
5/8
Bremerton Schools
1941
5/9-10
Bremerton Wage Dispute
1941
5/11-12
C
1941
5/13
Citizens -- New
1941
5/14
Congress of Industrial Organization
1941
5/15
D
1941
5/16
Delegation Matters (Political)
1941
5/17
E
1941
5/18
Enlistment Problems
1941
5/19
F
1941
5/20
G
1941
5/21
H
1941
5/22
I
1941
5/23
J
1941
5/24
K
1941
5/25
Kitsap County Defense Facilities
1941
5/26
L
1941
5/27
M
1941
5/28
Mc
1941
5/29
Maritime Federation of the Pacific
1941
5/30
N
1941
5/31
Narrows Bridge
1941
5/32
O
1941
5/33
P
1941
5/34
R
1941
5/35-36
S
1941
5/37
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1941
5/38
Silver Service for U.S.S. Washington
1941
5/39-40
State of Washington
1941
5/41
T
1941
5/42
Tacoma Judgeship Endorsements
1941
5/43
U
1941
5/44
V
1941
5/45
Veterans Democratic Club of Washington State
1941
5/46
Veterans Placement Bureau of Washington State
1941
5/47
W
1941
5/48
Y
1941
6/1
A
1942
6/2
B
1942
6/3
Boeing Aircraft Company
1942
6/4
Bremerton. Housing Authority
1942
6/5
C
1942
6/6
Citzens -- New
1942
6/7
Coffee, John M.
1942
6/8
D
1942
6/9
E
1942
6/10
F
1942
6/11
G
1942
6/12
H
1942
6/13
I
1942
6/14
J
1942
6/15
K
1942
6/16
L
1942
6/17
M
1942
6/18
Mc
1942
6/19
N
1942
6/20
O
1942
6/21
P
1942
6/22
Port of Seattle
1942
6/23
Puget Sound Navy Yard
1942
6/24
R
1942
6/24a
Red Cross, American
1942
6/25-26
Rubber Situation
1942
6/27
S
1942
6/28
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1942
6/29
Smith, Martin F.
1942
6/30
T
1942
6/31
V
1942
6/32
W
1942
6/33
Y
1942
6/34
Z
1942
6/35
A
1943
6/36-37
Aluminum Plants
1943
6/38
B
1943
6/39
Boeing Aircraft Company
1943
6/40-41
C
1943
6/42
Citizens -- New
1943
6/43
D
1943
6/44
E
1943
6/45
F
1943
6/46-47
Freeman, Miller
1943
6/48
G
1943
6/49-50
H
1943
6/51
I
1943
6/52
J
1943
6/53-58
Japanese Statement
1943
6/59
K
1943
6/60
L
1943
6/61
M
1943
7/1
Mc
1943
7/2
N
1943
7/3
O
1943
7/4
P
1943
7/5
Pacific Coast Housing Investigation
1943
7/6
Patton (George S.) Affair
1943
7/7
Port of Seattle
1943
7/8-9
Puget Sound Navy Yard
1943
7/10
Q
1943
7/11
R
1943
7/11a
Red Cross, American
1943
7/12
Rubber Situation
1943
7/13
S
1943
7/14-15
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1943
7/16
Shipyard Investigations
1943
7/17-20
Spokane Street Viaduct
1943
7/21
Steel Mill
1943
7/22
T
1943
7/23
V
1943
7/24
W
1943
7/25
World Airways
1943
7/26
Y
1943
7/27
Z
1943
7/28
A
1944
7/19
Aluminum Plant
1944
7/30
B
1944
7/31
Bremerton. Housing Authority
1944
7/32
C
1944
7/33
Chinese Situation
1944
7/34
Congress of Industrial Organizations
1944
7/35
D
1944
7/36
E
1944
7/37
F
1944
7/38
G
1944
7/39
H
1944
7/40-42
Halibut
1944
7/43
J
1944
7/44-45
Japanese Question
1944
7/46
K
1944
7/47
L
1944
7/48-50
Liberty Ship Investigation
1944
7/51
Library of Congress
1944
7/52
M
1944
7/53
N
1944
7/54
O
1944
7/55
P
1944
7/56
Port Orchard Schools
1944
7/57
Post-War Planning
1944
7/58
R
1944
7/58a&b
Red Cross, American
1944
7/59
S
1944
7/60
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1944
7/61
Seattle. Housing Authority
1944
7/62
T
1944
7/63
U
1944
7/64
V
1944
7/65
W
1944
7/66
Washington State College Investigation
1944
7/67
Washington State Farm Bureau
1944
7/68
X, Y, Z
1944
Legislative Correspondence
Box/Folder
8/1
A
1937
8/2
B
1937
8/3
C
1937
8/4
D
1937
8/5
E
1937
8/6
F
1937
8/8
G
1937
8/9
H
1937
8/10
I
1937
8/11
J
1937
8/12
K
1937
8/13
L
1937
8/14-15
M
1937
8/16
N
1937
8/17
O
1937
8/18-19
P
1937
8/20
Q
1937
8/21
R
1937
8/22-23
S
1937
8/24
T
1937
8/25
U
1937
8/26
V
1937
8/27-28
W
1937
8/29
X, Y, Z
1937
8/30
Bacon -- H.R. 3128 (amendment to Tariff Act of 1930)
1937
8/31
Banking (government ownership of federal reserve banks)
1937
8/32
Beiter -- H.R. 4594 (amending Revenue Act of 1936)
1937
8/33
Bernard -- H.J.R. 240 (invoking the Neutraility Act)
1937
8/34
Bland -- H.R. 126 (excise tax on fish products)
1937
8/35
Bloom -- H.R. 3133 (funds for public pre-grade education)
1937
8/36
Burdick -- H.R. 3297 (labor hour monetary system)
1937
8/37
Celler -- H.R. 295 (amending Civil Service Retirement Act)
1937
8/38
Celler -- H.R. 3408 (amending Civil Service Act of 1883)
1937
8/39
Chapman -- H.R. 300 (Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act)
1937
8/40
Cochran -- H.R. 137 (protection for commission salesmen)
1937
8/41
Connally Oil Control Bill
1937
8/42
Copeland Bill -- S. 5 (Food, Drug and Costmetic Act)
1937
8/43
Federal Reserve Act Amendment (payment of interest on government deposits)
1937
8/44
Fletcher -- H.R. 2288 (funds for public education)
1937
8/45
Gasque -- H.R. 5030 (aid to Spanish-American War veterans)
1937
8/46-52
General Welfare Act, H.R. 4199
1937
9/1
George-Deen Act (vocational education)
1937
9/2
Guffy -- S.1 (coal)
1937
9/3
Harrison-Fletcher -- H.R. 2288 (federal aid to public education)
1937
9/4
Immigration Act of 1917 -- H.R. 1543 (amendment)
1937
9/5
Kidnapping (Lindbergh and Mattson Cases)
1937
9/6
Henry -- S.11 (labor disputes within Washington State)
1937
9/7
Lea -- H.R. 3898 (amendment to Communications Act of 1934)
1937
9/8
Ludlow -- Petition 11
1937
9/9
McReynolds -- H.J.R. 242 (Neutrality Act of 1937)
1937
9/10
Miller -- H.R. 1611 (protection of trade from monopolies)
1937
9/11
National Housing Act -- S. 1372 and S. 1545
1937
9/12
Neely-Pettengill -- S. 153 and H.R. 1669 (leasing of movies)
1937
9/13
Norton -- H.R. 1957 (cosmetics)
1937
9/14
Nye-Kvale -- H.R. 3800
1937
9/15
O'Mahoney -- S.10 (regulation of interstate and foreign commerce)
1937
9/16
O'Mahoney-Adams (Hawaiian sugar)
1937
9/17
Pettingil -- H.R. 1688 (railroad rates)
1937
9/18
Post Office -- S. 741 (raises for custodial employees)
1937
9/19
Public Ownership of Power
1937
9/20
Rank -- H.R. 1539 (widows and orphans compensation)
1937
9/21
Reorganization of Governmental Agencies
1937
9/22
Robinson-Patman -- H.R. 8442 (price discrimination in commodities)
1937
9/23
Ryan -- H.R. 3160 (money for public schools)
1937
9/24
Sabath -- H.R. 9 (defaulted securities)
1937
9/25
Schneider -- H.R. 3146 (postal savings depositories)
1937
9/26
Schulte -- H.R. 1543 (salaries, Immigration and Naturalization Service)
1937
9/27
Sheppard-Hill -- H.R. 1954 (prevent profiteering)
1937
9/28-29
Supreme Court
1937
9/30
Wagner -- S. 1166 (establish Federal Mortgage Bank)
1937
9/31
West Coast Defense
1937
9/32
A
1938
9/33-34
B
1938
9/35
C
1938
9/36
D
1938
9/37
E
1938
9/38-39
F
1938
9/40
G
1938
9/41
H
1938
9/42
I, J, K
1938
9/43
L
1938
9/44-45
M
1938
9/46
N
1938
9/47
O, P, Q
1938
9/49-50
R
1938
10/1-2
S
1938
10/3
T-U
1938
10/4
V-W
1938
10/5
X-Z
1938
10/6
Alaska Airways (airmail service between Seattle and Alaska)
1938
10/7
Appropriations -- H.R. 10238 (Department of Agriculture)
1938
10/8-12
Black-Connery -- S. 2475 (wages and hours)
1938
10/13-14
Boland -- H.R. 3134 (tax on fuel oil)
1938
10/15
Civil Aeronautics -- H.R. 9733 (airmail contracts)
1938
10/16
Farm Legislation (processing tax on wheat, cotton, rice)
1938
10/17
Federal Judgeship -- H.R. 10014 (additional judges)
1938
10/18
General Welfare Act -- H.R. 4199
1938
10/19
Hill -- H.R. 6704
1938
10/20
H.J.R. 178 (funds for fish products)
1938
10/21
Japanese Fishing -- H.R. 7552 and H.R. 8433 (protect Alaskan salmon)
1938
10/22
Ludlow -- H.J.R. 199 (national referendum for declaration of war)
1938
10/23
Marijuana -- clippings concerning
1938
10/24
Neely-Pettengill -- S. 153 and H.R. 1669
1938
10/25-28
Neutrality -- H.R. 9604
1938
10/29
Patman -- H.R. 9464 (tax on chain stores)
1938
10/30
Peters -- S. 265 (Castilloa Rubber Company claim against Mexico)
1938
10/31-32
Reorganization of Government Agencies -- S. 3331
1938
10/33
Schwellenbach-Allen -- S.J.R. 175
1938
10/34
Undistributed Profits Tax
1938
10/35
Wage-Hour Legislation
1938
11/1-3
Wallgren -- H.R. 4727 (Olympic National Park proposal)
1938
11/4-5
A
1939-1940
11/6
B
1939-1940
11/8-10
C
1939-1940
11/11
D
1939-1940
11/12
E
1939-1940
11/13
F
1939-1940
11/14
G
1939-1940
11/15-17
H
1939-1940
11/18
I
1939-1940
11/19
J
1939-1940
11/20
K
1939-1940
11/21
L
1939-1940
11/22-24
M
1939-1940
11/25-26
N
1939-1940
11/27
O
1939-1940
11/28-29
P
1939-1940
11/30
R
1939-1940
11/31-12/1
S
1939-1940
12/2
T
1939-1940
12/3
U
1939-1940
12/4
V
1939-1940
12/5-7
W
1939-1940
12/8
X, Y, Z
1939-1940
12/9
Bald Eagles Protection -- H.R. 4838
1939-1940
12/10
Cascade National Park Proposed Enlargement
1939-1940
12/11
Casey -- H.R. 6470 (unemployment relief)
1939-1940
12/12-13
Dies Committee -- H.R. 321 (continuation of support)
1939-1940
12/14
Finland Loan -- S. 3079
1939-1940
12/15
Fishing Industry Complaints
1939-1940
12/16
General Welfare Act -- H.R. 11
1939-1940
12/17
Hatch -- S. 1871 and S. 3046 (political activities of government employees)
1939-1940
12/18
Home Owners' Loan Corporation Act -- H.R. 6971 (proposed amendments)
1939-1940
12/19-22
Aid to Allies
1939-1940
12/23
Judgeships -- S. 1554 (changing federal judgeships)
1939-1940
12/24
Keep Congress in Session Requests
1939-1940
12/25
LaFollette Civil Liberties Commission -- S. 1970 (labor relations)
1939-1940
12/26
Marine Hospital -- H.R. 7708 (civil service rule protests)
1939-1940
12/27-13/4
Miscellaneous Legislation
1939-1940
13/5-6
National Labor Relations Act Amendments -- H.R. 9197 and H.R. 8813
1939-1940
13/7-10
Neely -- S. 280 (block booking and selling of motion pictures)
1939-1940
13/11-13
Neutrality Act
1939-1940
13/14-17
Neutrality Legislation, H.J.R. 306
1939-1940
13/18
Olympic National Park
1939-1940
13/19-22
Omnibus Transportation -- S. 2009 (extension of Interstate Commerce Act)
1939-1940
13/23
Optometrists Legislation -- S. 1620 and H.R. 5238
1939-1940
13/24-26
Patman -- H.R. 1 (tax on individual units of chain store systems)
1939-1940
13/27
Peeler -- H.R. 9141 and S. 1108 (Logs exportation)
1939-1940
13/28
Pension for Widows and Orphans of Veterans -- H.R. 7593
1939-1940
13/29
Public Works Administration Appropriations -- H.R. 4576
1939-1940
13/30
Railroad Legislation
1939-1940
14/1
Ramspeck -- H.R. 960 (extension of classified civil service)
1939-1940
14/2-4
Relief Bill (Works Progress Administration)
1939-1940
14/5-6
Shingles -- pulp
1939-1940
14/7-8
Agricultural Legislation
1939-1940
14/9
Alien Legislation -- Hobbs, H.R. 3 and Allen, H.R. 1644
1939-1940
14/10-12a
Defense Letters
1939-1940
14/13
Dies Committee -- H.R. 35 (continuance of the committee)
1939-1940
14/14
Education Legislation
1939-1940
14/15
Fisheries Legislation
1939-1940
14/16
Indian Affairs Legislation (recovery of taxes by allottee)
1939-1940
14/17
Judicial Circuit Establishment
1939-1940
14/18-20
Labor Legislation
1939-1940
14/21-22
Lend-Lease -- H.R. 1776
1939-1940
14/23-24
Maritime Hiring Halls -- H.R. 2662
1939-1940
14/25
Vinson -- H.R. 4134 (labor strike minority reports)
1939-1940
14/26-33
Miscellaneous Legislation
1939-1940
14/34
Naval Affairs Legislation (wages, government contracts)
1939-1940
15/1
Neutrality Act
1939-1940
15/2
O'Mahoney Hearings -- U.S. Senate. Temporary National Economic Committee
1939-1940
15/3
Pensions
1939-1940
15/4-5
Postal Legislation
1939-1940
15/6-10
Public Works -- Bremerton schools
1939-1940
15/11
Schwert -- H.R. 1074 (physical education in the public schools)
1939-1940
15/12
Selective Service Act Amendments -- H.R. 4125 and H.R. 5186
1939-1940
15/13
Social Security Amendments
1939-1940
15/14-18
Tax Legislation
1939-1940
15/19
Tax Legislation -- billboard tax
1939-1940
15/20
Tax Legislation -- joint income tax return
1939-1940
15/21
Trade Agreements with Argentina and Canada
1939-1940
15/22
Transportation Legislation -- railroads, motor, air
1939-1940
15/23
Veterans Legislation
1939-1940
15/24
Agriculture Legislation
1939-1940
15/25
Alien Legislation
1939-1940
15/26
Appropriations Legislation
1939-1940
15/27
Civil Liberties
1939-1940
15/28-29
Civil Services Legislation
1939-1940
15/30
Congress of Industrial Organizations
1939-1940
15/31
Columbia Power Authority
1939-1940
15/32
Dies Committee
1939-1940
15/33
Education Legislation
1939-1940
15/34
Fisheries Legislation
1939-1940
15/35
Immigration Legislation
1939-1940
15/36-37
Labor Legislation
1939-1940
15/38
Liquor Legislation
1939-1940
16/1-3
Miscellaneous Legislation
1939-1940
16/4-5
Military Legislation
1939-1940
16/6
Pension Legislation
1939-1940
16/7
Poll Tax Legislation
1939-1940
16/8-9
Postal Legislation
1939-1940
16/10
Price Control Legislation
1939-1940
16/11
Sales Tax
1939-1940
16/12
Selective Service
1939-1940
16/13
Social Security
1939-1940
Box
16/14-16
Tax Legislation
1939-1940
Box/Folder
16/17
Veterans Legislation
1939-1940
16/18
Wage-Hour Legislation -- H.R. 7071
1939-1940
58/39
Civil Service
1941
58/40-42
Columbia River Authority Act
1941
16/19-20
Agriculture Legislation
1943
16/21
Alien Legislation
1943
16/22-25
Appropriation Legislation
1943
16/26
Aviation Legislation
1943
16/27-28
Aviation -- H.R. 3420 (Civil Aeronautics Act)
1943
16/29
Banking Legislation
1943
16/30
Civil Liberties
1943
16/31-33
Civil Service Legislation
1943
16/34
Congress of Industrial Organizations
1943
16/35
Dies Committee
1943
16/36-171
Education Legislation
1943
17/2
Fisheries Legislation
1943
17/3
Food for Children in Europe -- H.R. 117
1943
17/4
Hobbs -- H.R. 653 (anti-racketeering)
1943
17/5
Insurance Legislation
1943
17/6
Kefauver -- H.R. 2985 (garnishment of government employees' wages)
1943
17/7-10
Labor Legislation
1943
17/11
Liquor Legislation
1943
17/12
Merchant Marine Legislation
1943
17/13-14
Military Legislation
1943
17/15-21
Miscellaneous Legislation
1943
17/22
Navy -- Osteopaths Commissions
1943
17/23
Pension Legislation
1943
17/24
Poll Tax Legislation
1943
17/25
Postal Legislation
1943
17/26-27
Post-War Financing -- H.R. 3518 (termination of war-time contracts)
1943
17/28-31
Post-War Planning
1943
17/32
Priority Investigation (Coffee resolution) -- U.S. money to Aluminum Company of Canada
1943
17/33
Renegotiation
1943
17/34
Selective Service
1943
18/1-3
Social Security -- HR. 2541 and S. 1161
1943
18/4
Soldier's Vote
1943
18/5-7
Subsidies
1943
18/8
Tariff Legislation
1943
18/9-14
Tax Legislation
1943
18/15
Transportation Legislation
1943
18/16-19
Veterans' Legislation
1943
18/20
Wage-Hour Legislation (re: Acheson-Black Ball Freight Service)
1943
18/21
Agriculture Legislation
1944
18/22-23
Appropriation Legislation
1944
18/24
Aviation (Lea Civil Aviation Bill -- H.R. 3420)
1944
18/25
Banking Legislation
1944
18/26
Civil Liberties (Equal Rights Amendment)
1944
18/27
Civil Service Legislation
1944
18/28
Conscription -- peacetime
1944
18/29-30
Education Legislation
1944
18/31
Equal Rights Amendment Legislation
1944
18/32
Fisheries Legislation
1944
18/33
Foreign Affairs -- Taft-Hillette -- S. 100 (relief of hunger in Europe)
1944
18/34
Highway Legislation
1944
18/35
Immigration Legislation
1944
18/36
Income Tax Form Complaints
1944
18/37
Insurance Legislation
1944
18/37a
Interned Americans Relief Commission
1944
18/38
Jewish Repatriation
1944
18/39
Labor Legislation
1944
18/40
Liquor Legislation
1944
18/41
Merchant Marine Legislation
1944
18/42-19/2
Military Legislation
1944
19/3-7
Miscellaneous Legislation
1944
19/8
Mustering-Out Pay for Merchant Seamen
1944
19/9
Palestine Committee, American
1944
19/10
Pension Legislation
1944
19/11
Pension -- S. 878 (amendment to Retirement Act)
1944
19/12
Poll Tax -- H.R. 1017
1944
19/13-14
Postal Legislation (pay increase for postal employees
1944
19/15-16
Post-War Planning
1944
19/17-19
Price Control Act Legislation
1944
19/20
Price Control -- line limit (Hartley Amendment to Act of 1942)
1944
19/21
Price and Rent Control -- H.R. 4941
1944
19/22
Railroad Retirement Act Amendments -- H.R. 4805 and S. 1911
1944
19/23
Reconversion
1944
19/24
School Lunch Program
1944
19/25-26
Social Security -- S. 1161
1944
19/27-28
Soldier's Vote
1944
19/29
State Department Nominations
1944
19/30-31
Tax Legislation
1944
19/32
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
1944
19/33-35
Veterans Legislation
1944
19/36
Miscellaneous Copies of Legislation
1937-1941
Departmental Correspondence
Case files of individuals, primarily in boxes 20-29, 55/19 may not be used unless prospective researchers sign a statement "agreeing (1) not to disclose identity of individuals documented unless the individual documented is the user or unless the user is a genealogical researcher able to furnish proof of his research intent; and (2) to hold harmless and indemnify the University and Senator Magnuson's heirs for any loss or damages ariging from use of these files."
Box/Folder
20/1
U.S. Agricultural Adjustment Administration
1937-1938
20/2
U.S. Agriculture Department. Farm Credit Administration
1937-1938
20/3
U.S. Agriculture Department. Resettlement Administration
1937-1938
20/4
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
United States Army, see United States War Department
1937-1938
20/5
U.S. Attorney General
1937-1938
20/6
U.S. Biological Survey Bureau
1937-1938
20/7
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1937-1938
20/8
U.S. Census Bureau
1937-1938
20/9
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1937-1938
20/10
U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps
1937-1938
20/11
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1937-1938
20/12
U.S. Commerce Department. Foreign and Domestic Bureau
1937-1938
20/13
U.S. Commerce Department. Lighthouse Service
1937-1938
20/14
U.S. Commerce Department. Marine Inspection and Navigation Bureau
1937-1938
20/15
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1937-1938
20/16
U.S. Education Office
1937-1938
20/17
U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission
1937-1938
20/18
U.S. Employment Standards Administration. Wages and Hours Division
1937-1938
20/19
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1937-1938
20/20
U.S. Federal Communication Commission
1937-1938
20/21
U.S. Federal Emergency Relief Administration
1937-1938
20/22
U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1937-1938
20/23
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1937-1938
20/24
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1937-1938
20/25
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
1937-1938
20/26
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1937-1938
20/27
U.S. Fisheries Bureau
1937-1938
20/28
U.S. Forest Service
1937-1938
20/29-30
U.S. General Accounting Office
1937-1938
20/31
U.S. Geological Survey
1937-1938
20/32-33
U.S. Homeowner's Loan Corporation
1937-1938
20/34-38
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
1937-1938
20/39
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1937-1938
20/40
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau -- Tulalip Reservation Fishing Situation
1937-1938
20/41
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1937-1938
20/42
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1937-1938
20/43
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1937-1938
20/44
U.S. Justice Department
1937-1938
20/45
U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney
1937-1938
20/46
U.S. Justice Department. Parole Board
1937-1938
20/47
U.S. Labor Department. Childrens Bureau
1937-1938
20/48
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1937-1938
20/49
U.S. Land Office
1937-1938
20/50
U.S. Maritime Commission
1937-1938
20/51
U.S. Mines Bureau
1937-1938
20/52
U.S. National Bitumenous Coal Commission
1937-1938
20/53-55
U.S. National Emergency Council
1937-1938
20/56
U.S. National Guard
1937-1938
20/57
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1937-1938
20/58
U.S. National Park Service
1937-1938
20/59
U.S. National Youth Administration
1937-1938
20/60
U.S. Naval Broadcasting Station
1937-1938
20/61
U.S. Navy. Fort Ward, WA
1937-1938
20/62
U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General
1937-1938
20/63
U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief
1937-1938
20/64-65
U.S. Navy. Naval Reserves
1937-1938
20/66-67
U.S. Navy. Naval Selection Board
1937-1938
20/68
U.S. Navy. Naval Supply Depot
1937-1938
21/1
U.S. Navy. Naval Supply Depot -- Oakland, CA
1937-1938
21/2-8
U.S. Navy. Navy Yard -- Bremerton, WA
1937-1938
21/9
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Navy Air Base, WA
1937-1938
21/10
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1937-1938
21/11
U.S. President
1937-1938
21/12
U.S. Public Health Service
1937-1938
21/13-14
U.S. Public Works Administration
1937-1938
21/15
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
1937-1938
21/16
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
1937-1938
21/17
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1937-1938
21/18
U.S. Rural Electrification Administration
1937-1938
21/19
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1937-1938
21/20
U.S. Social Security Administration
1937-1938
21/21
U.S. Social Security Board
1937-1938
21/22
U.S. State Department. Reciprocity Information Committee
1937-1938
21/23
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1937-1938
21/24
U.S. Surplus Commodities Corporation
1937-1938
21/25
U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority
1937-1938
21/26
U.S. Treasury Department. Comptroller of Currency
1937-1938
21/27
U.S. Treasury Department. Customs Bureau
1937-1938
21/28
U.S. Treasury Department. Engraving and Printing Bureau
1937-1938
21/29
U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division
1937-1938
21/30
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1937-1938
21/31
U.S. Veterans Administration
1937-1938
21/32
U.S. War Department -- Fort Lawton, WA
1937-1938
21/33
U.S. War Department -- Fort Lewis, WA
1937-1938
21/34
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1937-1938
21/35-41
U.S. Works Progress Administration
1937-1938
21/42-44
U.S. Works Progress Administration -- approved projects
1937-1938
21/45
U.S. Works Progress Administration -- pamphlets
1937-1938
22/1
Washington. Social Security Department
1937-1938
Claims Against U.S. Government
1937-1938
Box/Folder
22/2
B
1937-1938
22/3
C
1937-1938
22/4
Caulfield, Joseph M.
1937-1938
22/5
Connor, W. W. for Coyle, James
1937-1938
22/6
D
1937-1938
22/7
Dahl, Regnor
1937-1938
22/8
E
1937-1938
22/9
G
1937-1938
22/10
H
1937-1938
22/11
J
1937-1938
22/12
K
1937-1938
22/13
L
1937-1938
22/14
Mc
1937-1938
22/15
M
1937-1938
22/16
N
1937-1938
22/17
Radio Laboratories
1937-1938
22/18
S
1937-1938
22/19
Stillwell Brothers -- S. 1346
1937-1938
22/20
T
1937-1938
Box/Folder
22/21-24
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1939-1940
22/25
U.S. Attorney General
1939-1940
22/26-30
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1939-1940
22/31
U.S. Census Bureau
1939-1940
22/32-34
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Authority
1939-1940
22/35-39
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1939-1940
22/40
U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps
1939-1940
22/41
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1939-1940
22/42
U.S. Coast Guard
1939-1940
22/43
U.S. Commerce Department. Lighthouse Bureau
1939-1940
22/44
U.S. Commerce Department. Marine Inspection and Navigation Bureau
1939-1940
22/45
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1939-1940
22/46
U.S. Comptroller General
1939-1940
23/1
U.S. Customs Bureau
1939-1940
23/2
U.S. Education Office
1939-1940
23/3-5
U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission
1939-1940
23/6
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1939-1940
23/7-8
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1939-1940
23/9
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1939-1940
23/10
U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1939-1940
23/11
U.S. Federal Housing Authority
1939-1940
23/12-13
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1939-1940
23/14
U.S. Federal Security Agency. Education Office
1939-1940
23/15
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1939-1940
23/16
U.S. Fisheries Bureau
1939-1940
23/17
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1939-1940
23/18-19
U.S. Forest Service
1939-1940
23/20
U.S. Homeowners' Loan Association
1939-1940
23/21-24
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services
1939-1940
23/25
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1939-1940
23/26
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau -- Clallam Tribe at Little Boston, WA
1939-1940
23/27
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1939-1940
58/43
U.S. Interior Department -- Olympic National Park
1939-1940
23/28
U.S. Interior Department. Territories and Island Possessions Division
1939-1940
23/29-30
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1939-1940
23/31
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1939-1940
23/32
U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney
1939-1940
23/33
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1939-1940
23/34-35
U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division
1939-1940
24/1
U.S. Land Office
1939-1940
24/2
U.S. Marine Corps
1939-1940
24/3-4
U.S. Maritime Commission
1939-1940
24/5
U.S. Maritime Commission -- hearings
1939-1940
24/6-7
U.S. Maritime Commission -- McCormick Steamship bid
1939-1940
24/8-11
U.S. Maritime Commission -- re-establish shipping from Puget Sound to Orient
1939-1940
24/12
U.S. Mines Bureau
1939-1940
24/13
U.S. National Defense Council. Advisory Committee
1939-1940
24/14
U.S. National Emergency Council
1939-1940
24/15-16
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1939-1940
24/17
U.S. National Park Service
1939-1940
24/18
U.S. National Youth Administration
1939-1940
24/19
U.S. Naval Air Base -- Sand Point, WA
1939-1940
24/20-22
U.S. Navigation Bureau
1939-1940
24/23
U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau
1939-1940
24/24
U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief
1939-1940
24/25-26
U.S. Navy. Reserves
1939-1940
24/27-29
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1939-1940
24/30
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1939-1940
24/31
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
1939-1940
25/1
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1939-1940
25/2
U.S. Public Health Service
1939-1940
25/3-5
U.S. Public Works Administration
1939-1940
25/6
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
1939-1940
25/7
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
1939-1940
25/8-10
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1939-1940
25/11
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation -- new Seattle trolley system
1939-1940
25/12
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1939-1940
25/13-15
U.S. Social Security Board
1939-1940
25/16-20
U.S. State Department -- foreign consulates
1939-1940
25/21
U.S. State Department. Reciprocity Information Committee
1939-1940
25/22-23
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1939-1940
25/24
U.S. State Department -- Visas and Passports
1939-1940
25/25
U.S. Surplus Commodities Corporation
1939-1940
25/26
U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division
1939-1940
25/27
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1939-1940
25/28
U.S. Veterans Administration
1939-1940
25/29
U.S. War Department. Adjutant General
1939-1940
26/1
U.S. War Department. Air Corps
1939-1940
26/2
U.S. War Department -- bids
1939-1940
26/3
U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General
1939-1940
26/4-6
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1939-1940
26/7-11
U.S. Work Projects Administration
1939-1940
26/12-16
U.S. Works Progress Administration -- approved projects
1939-1940
26/17
U.S. Works Progress Administration -- writers project
1939-1940
26/18
Bremerton. Housing Authority
1941
26/19
Bremerton. Housing Authority -- Nanette Project
1941
26/20
King County. Housing Authority -- Black Diamond, WA Project
1941
26/21
Poulsbo. Housing Authority
1941
26/22
U.S. Agriculture Department. Agricultural Marketing Service
1941
26/23
U.S. Agriculture Department. Commodity Credit Corporation
1941
26/24
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1941
26/25
U.S. Attorney General
1941
26/26-27
U.S. Census Bureau
1941
26/28
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Authority
1941
26/29-30
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1941
26/31
U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps
1941
26/32
U.S. Coast Guard
1941
26/33
U.S. Commerce Department. Marine Inspection and Navigation Bureau
1941
26/34-36
U.S. Commerce Department -- St. Laurence Seaway
1941
27/1
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1941
27/2
U.S. Commerce Department. Standards Bureau
1941
27/3
U.S. Customs Bureau
1941
27/4
U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission
1941
27/5
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1941
27/6
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1941
Box
27/7
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1941
Box/Folder
27/8-9
U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1941
27/10
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1941
27/11-12
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1941
27/13
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
1941
27/14-15
U.S. Federal Security Agency. Education Office
1941
27/16
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1941
27/17-20
U.S. Federal Works Agency
1941
27/21
U.S. Federal Works Agency. Public Buildings Administration
1941
27/22-23
U.S. Fisheries Bureau
1941
27/24
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1941
27/25
U.S. Forest Service
1941
27/26
U.S. General Accounting Office
1941
27/27-29
U.S. Housing Authority
1941
27/30-33
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
1941
27/34
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1941
27/35
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1941
27/36
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1941
27/37
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1941
27/38-39
U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney
1941
27/40-41
U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division
1941
28/1
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1941
28/2
U.S. Land Office
1941
28/3
U.S. Marine Corps
1941
28/4-5
U.S. Maritime Commission
1941
28/6
U.S. Mines Bureau
1941
28/7
U.S. National Defense Council. Advisory Commission
1941
28/8
U.S. National Guard
1941
28/9
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1941
28/10
U.S. National Parks Service
1941
28/11
U.S. National Youth Administration
1941
28/12
U.S. Naval Air Corps
1941
28/13
U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General
1941
28/14
U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief
1941
28/15
U.S. Navy. Naval Publicity
1941
28/16-19
U.S. Navy. Navigation Bureau
1941
28/20
U.S. Navy. Ordinance Bureau
1941
28/21
U.S. Navy -- Publications Related to Naval Topics
1941
28/22-26
U.S. Navy. Reserves
1941
28/27
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Base
1941
28/28-29
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1941
28/30-33
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1941
28/34-35
U.S. Navy. Shore Establishments Bureau
1941
28/36-37
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
1941
28/38
U.S. Navy. Surgeon General
1941
28/39
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1941
28/40-43
U.S. Price Administration Office
1941
29/1
U.S. Production Management Office
1941
29/2
U.S. Public Health Service
1941
29/3
U.S. Public Works Administration
1941
29/4
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
1941
29/5-7
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
1941
29/8-11
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1941
29/12
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1941
29/13
U.S. Selective Service Board
1941
29/14-15
U.S. Social Security Board
1941
29/16-18
U.S. State Department -- Andrews and George Company
1941
29/19
U.S. State Department -- Export Licenses
1941
29/20-21
U.S. State Department -- Export Licenses (Jensen & Company)
1941
29/22-29
U.S. State Department -- Foreign Consulates
1941
29/30
U.S. State Department -- Licht, Abraham
1941
29/31
U.S. State Department. Reciprocity Committee
1941
29/32
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1941
29/33
U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division
1941
29/34
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1941
29/35
U.S. Veterans Administration
1941
29/36-38
U.S. War Department. Adjutant General
1941
29/39-40
U.S. War Department. Air Corps
1941
29/41
U.S. War Department. Army Engineers
1941
29/42
U.S. War Department. Chief of Staff
1941
30/1-4
U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General
1941
30/5-7
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1941
30/8
U.S. War Department. Surgeon General
1941
30/9-16
U.S. Works Progress Administration
1941
30/17-18
U.S. Works Progress Administration -- approved projects
1941
30/19-20
U.S. Works Progress Administration -- U.W. Naval ROTC Building
1941
30/21
King County. Housing Authority
1942
30/22
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1942
30/23
U.S. Agriculture Department. Surplus Marketing Administration
1942
30/24
U.S. Alien Property Custodian
1942
30/25
U.S. Attorney General
1942
30/26
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1942
30/27-30
U.S. Census Bureau
1942
30/31
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1942
30/32
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1942
30/33
U.S. Civilian Defense Office
1942
30/34
U.S. Coast Guard
1942
30/35-36
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1942
30/37
U.S. Customs Bureau
1942
30/38
U.S. Defense Public Works Division
1942
30/39
U.S. Defense Transportation Office
1942
30/40
U.S. Economic Stabilization Office
1942
30/41
U.S. Education Office
1942
30/42
U.S. Emergency Management Office
1942
30/43
U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission
1942
30/44
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1942
30/45
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1942
30/46
U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1942
30/47
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1942
31/1-7
U.S. Federal Works Agency
1942
31/8
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1942
31/9
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1942
31/10
U.S. Forest Service
1942
31/11-12
U.S. General Accounting Office
1942
31/13
U.S. Government Printing Office
1942
31/14
U.S. Government Reports Office
1942
31/15
U.S. Housing Authority
1942
31/16-18
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
1942
31/19
U.S. Inter-American Affairs Coordinator
1942
31/20
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1942
31/21
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1942
31/22
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1942
31/23
U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney
1942
31/24
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1942
31/15
U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division
1942
31/26-27
U.S. Marine Corps
1942
31/28-30
U.S. Maritime Commission
1942
31/31
U.S. National Housing Agency
1942
31/32
U.S. National Housing Authority
1942
31/33
U.S. National Inventors Council
1942
31/34
U.S. National Youth Administration
1942
31/35
U.S. Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps -- U of W
1942
31/36
U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau
1942
31/37
U.S. Navy. Civilian Personnel Bureau
1942
31/38
U.S. Navy. Housing Procurement
1942
31/39
U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General
1942
31/40
U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau
1942
31/41
U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief
1942
31/42-44
U.S. Navy. Personnel Bureau
1942
31/45
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1942
31/46-48
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1942
31/49
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
1942
31/50
U.S. Navy. Womens Reserves
1942
31/51
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1942
31/52-58
U.S. Price Administration Office
1942
32/1-7
U.S. Price Administration Office. Rent Control
1942
32/8
U.S. Public Buildings Administration
1942
32/9
U.S. Public Health Service
1942
32/10
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
1942
32/11
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1942
32/12
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1942
32/13-14
U.S. Selective Service System
1942
32/15
U.S. Social Security Board
1942
32/16
U.S. State Department. Passport Division
1942
32/17-18
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1942
32/19-21
U.S. State Department. Visa Division
1942
32/22
U.S. Tariff Commission
1942
32/23
U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division
1942
32/24
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1942
32/25-33
U.S. War Department. Adjutant General
1942
32/34-35
U.S. War Department. Air Corps
1942
32/36
U.S. War Department -- Allowances and Allotments
1942
32/37
U.S. War Department. Army Chief of Staff
1942
32/38
U.S. War Department. Army Engineers' Chief
1942
32/39
U.S. War Department. Army Specialist Corps
1942
32/40
U.S. War Department. Army Womens Auxiliary Corps
1942
32/41
U.S. War Department. Judge Advocate General
1942
32/42
U.S. War Department. Public Relations Bureau
1942
32/43
U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General
1942
32/44-45
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1942
32/46
U.S. War Department. Surgeon General
1942
32/47
U.S. War Manpower Commission
1942
32/48-54
U.S. War Production Board
1942
33/1-2
U.S. War Production Board -- cancellation of Seattle Branch
1942
33/3-4
U.S. Work Projects Administration
1942
33/5
Seattle. Housing Authority
1943
33/6
U.S. Agriculture Department. Agricultural Adjustment Administration
1943
33/7-8
U.S. Agriculture Department. Food Distribution Administration
1943
33/9-10
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1943
33/11
U.S. Alien Property Custodian
1943
33/12
U.S. Attorney General
1943
33/13
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1943
33/14
U.S. Censorship Office. Director
1943
33/15
U.S. Census Bureau
1943
33/16
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1943
33/17
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1943
33/18
U.S. Civilian Defense Office
1943
33/19-20
U.S. Coast Guard
1943
33/21
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1943
33/22
U.S. Customs Bureau
1943
33/23
U.S. Defense Transportation Office
1943
33/24-25
U.S. Economic Stabilization Office
1943
33/26
U.S. Economic Warfare Board
1943
33/27
U.S. Education Office
1943
33/28
U.S. Employees' Compensation Office
1943
33/29
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1943
33/30
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1943
33/31-32
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1943
33/33-34
U.S. Federal Public Housing Authority
1943
33/35
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1943
33/36
U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Seattle Office
1943
33/37-42
U.S. Federal Works Agency
1943
33/43-44
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1943
33/45
U.S. Forest Service
1943
33/46
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1943
33/47-48
U.S. General Accounting Office
1943
34/1
U.S. General Land Office
1943
34/2
U.S. Housing Authority
1943
34/3-4
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
1943
34/5
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1943
34/6
U.S. Interior Department -- Olympic National Forest logging
1943
34/7-8
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1943
34/9
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1943
34/10
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1943
34/11
U.S. Justice Department. Lands Division
1943
34/12
U.S. Justice Department. Pardon Attorney
1943
34/13
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1943
34/14
U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division
1943
34/15
U.S. Lend-Lease Administration
1943
34/16-17
U.S. Marine Corps
1943
34/18
U.S. Maritime Commission
1943
34/19
U.S. Mines Bureau
1943
34/20
U.S. National Housing Agency
1943
34/21
U.S. National Inventors Council
1943
34/22
U.S. National Parks Service
1943
34/23-25
U.S. National Resources Planning Board
1943
34/26-28
U.S. National War Labor Board
1943
34/29
U.S. National Youth Administration
1943
34/30
U.S. Navy -- Bremerton Railroad Spur
1943
34/31
U.S. Navy. Civilian Personnel Bureau
1943
34/32
U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General
1943
34/33
U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau
1943
34/34-39
U.S. Navy. Naval Personnel Bureau
1943
34/40
U.S. Navy. Ordinance Department
1943
34/41
U.S. Navy. Procurement Office
1943
34/42
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1943
34/43
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1943
34/44
U.S. Navy. Shore Establishments Bureau
1943
34/45
U.S. Navy. Supplies' and Accounts Bureau
1943
34/46
U.S. Navy. Womens Reserves
1943
34/47-49
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1943
34/50
U.S. Patent Office
1943
34/51-54
U.S. Price Administration Office
1943
35/1-7
U.S. Price Administration Office
1943
35/8-12
U.S. Price Administration Office -- food pricing
1943
35/13-15
U.S. Price Administration Office -- fuel rationing
1943
35/16-17
U.S. Price Administration Office -- gas rationing
1943
35/18-19
U.S. Price Administration Office -- meat rationing
1943
35/20
U.S. Price Administration Office -- used car prices
1943
35/21-25
U.S. Price Administration Office -- rent control
1943
35/26
U.S. Public Health Service
1943
35/27
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1943
35/28
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
1943
35/29
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1943
35/30
U.S. Selective Service Commission
1943
35/31
U.S. Social Security Board
1943
35/32
U.S. State Department. Passport Division
1943
35/33
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1943
35/34
U.S. State Department. Visa Division
1943
35/35
U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division
1943
35/36
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1943
35/37
U.S. Veterans Administration
1943
35/38-43
U.S. War Department. Adjutant General
1943
35/44
U.S. War Department. Air Corps
1943
35/45
U.S. War Department. Army Chief of Staff
1943
35/46
U.S. War Department. Army Engineers Chief
1943
35/47
U.S. War Department -- Army Ordinance Report
1943
35/48
U.S. War Department. Army Womens Auxiliary Corps
1943
36/1
U.S. War Department. Chaplains Chief
1943
36/2
U.S. War Department. Civilian Personnel
1943
36/3
U.S. War Department. Dependency Benefits Office
1943
36/4
U.S. War Department. Engineers Chief
1943
36/5
U.S. War Department. Judge Advocate General
1943
36/6
U.S. War Department -- proposed Army bombing range at Horse Heaven
1943
36/6
U.S. War Department -- Plateau, WA
1943
36/7-8
U.S. War Department. Provost Marshal
1943
36/9
U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General
1943
36/10
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1943
36/11
U.S. War Department. Signal Corps
1943
36/12
U.S. War Department -- Spanish-American War veterans
1943
36/13
U.S. War Department. Surgeon General
1943
36/14
U.S. War Department. Transportation Chief
1943
36/15
U.S. War Department -- Wanamaker, Ernest
1943
36/16
U.S. War Foods Administration
1943
36/17
U.S. War Information Office
1943
36/18-19
U.S. War Manpower Commission
1943
36/20-25
U.S. War Manpower Commission -- establishment of regional office
1943
36/26-31
U.S. War Production Board
1943
36/32
U.S. War Production Board -- shift control from San Francisco, CA to Seattle, WA
1943
36/33
U.S. War Production Board -- smaller war plants
1943
36/34
U.S. War Relocation Authority
1943
36/35-36
U.S. War Shipping Administration
1943
36/37
U.S. Work Projects Administration
1943
36/38
Seattle. Housing Authority
1944
36/39
U.S. Agriculture Department. Agricultural Adjustment Administration
1944
36/40
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1944
36/41
U.S. Alien Property Custodian
1944
36/42
U.S. Attorney General
1944
36/43
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1944
36/44
U.S. Census Bureau
1944
36/45
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1944
36/46-47
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1944
37/1
U.S. Coast Guard
1944
37/2
U.S. Customs Bureau
1944
37/3
U.S. Defense Transportation Office
1944
37/4
U.S. Economic Stabilization Office
1944
37/5
U.S. Employees' Compensation Commission
1944
37/6
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1944
37/7
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1944
37/8
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1944
37/9
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1944
37/10
U.S. Federal Public Housing Authority
1944
37/11-12
U.S. Federal Works Agency
1944
37/13
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1944
37/14
U.S. Foreign Economic Administration
1944
37/15
U.S. Forest Service
1944
37/16
U.S. General Accounting Office
1944
37/17
U.S. Housing Authority
1944
37/18-20
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
1944
37/21
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1944
37/22
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1944
37/23
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1944
37/24
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1944
37/25
U.S. Justice Department. Lands Division
1944
37/26
U.S. Justice Department. Pardons Attorney
1944
37/27
U.S. Labor Department. Conciliation Service
1944
37/28
U.S. Labor Department. Wage and Hour Division
1944
37/29
U.S. Marine Corps
1944
37/30
U.S. Maritime Commission
1944
37/31
U.S. Mines Bureau
1944
37/32-33
U.S. Mines Bureau -- coal
1944
37/34
U.S. National Housing Agency
1944
37/35
U.S. National Inventors Council
1944
37/36-37
U.S. National War Labor Board
1944
37/38
U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau
1944
37/39
U.S. Navy -- Bremerton Railorad Spur
1944
37/40
U.S. Navy. Civilian Personnel Bureau
1944
37/41
U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General
1944
37/42
U.S. Navy -- U.S.S. Sunset Launching
1944
37/43
U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau
1944
37/44
U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief
1944
37/45-53
U.S. Navy. Personnel Bureau
1944
58/44
U.S. Navy. Personnel Bureau -- Sulivan, Robert J.
1944
37/54-55
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Navy Yard
1944
38/1
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1944
38/2
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1944
38/3
U.S. Navy. Shore Establishments Bureau
1944
38/4
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts
1944
38/5
U.S. Navy. 13th District
1944
38/6
U.S. Navy. Womens Reserves
1944
38/7-9
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1944
38/10
U.S. Patent Office
1944
38/11-15
U.S. Price Administration Office
1944
38/16
U.S. Price Administration Office -- beer regulations
1944
38/17
U.S. Price Administration Office -- butter clams
1944
38/18
U.S. Price Administration Office -- food pricings
1944
38/19
U.S. Price Administration Office -- fuel rationing
1944
38/20
U.S. Price Administration Office -- gas rationing
1944
38/21
U.S. Price Administration Office -- ration token investigation
1944
38/22-23
U.S. Price Administration Office -- rent control
1944
38/24-25
U.S. Price Administration Office -- used car ceilings
1944
38/26
U.S. Public Buildings Administration
1944
38/27
U.S. Public Health Service
1944
38/28
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1944
38/29
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
1944
38/30
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
1944
38/31
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1944
38/32
U.S. Rural Electrification Administration
1944
38/33
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1944
38/34
U.S. Selective Service System
1944
38/35
U.S. Social Security Board
1944
38/36
U.S. State Department. Passport Division
1944
38/37-38
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1944
38/39
U.S. State Department. Visa Division
1944
38/40
U.S. Treasury Department. Procurement Division
1944
38/41
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1944
38/42-43
U.S. Veterans Administration
1944
38/44-49
U.S. War Department. Adjutant General
1944
38/50-51
U.S. War Department. Army Air Forces
1944
39/1
U.S. War Department,. Army Engineers Chief
1944
39/2
U.S. War Department. Army Services Forces
1944
39/3
U.S. War Department. Chaplains Chief
1944
39/4-5
U.S. War Department. Chief of Staff
1944
39/6
U.S. War Department -- civilian personnel
1944
39/7
U.S. War Department. Dependency Benefits Office
1944
39/8
U.S. War Department. Finance Office
1944
39/9
U.S. War Department -- furloughs
1944
39/10
U.S. War Department. Judge Advocate General
1944
39/11
U.S. War Department. Provost Marshal
1944
39/12
U.S. War Department. Quartermaster General
1944
39/13-14
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1944
39/15
U.S. War Department -- Spanish-American War veterans
1944
39/16
U.S. War Department. Surgeon General
1944
39/17
U.S. War Department. Transportation Chief
1944
39/18
U.S. War Department. Womens Auxiliary Corps
1944
39/19
U.S. War Emergency Board
1944
39/20
U.S. War Food Administration
1944
39/21
U.S. War Food Administration -- frozen food lockers
1944
39/22
U.S. War Information Office
1944
39/23
U.S. War Manpower Commission
1944
39/24
U.S. War Manpower Commission -- contract cancellations
1944
39/25
U.S. War Mobilization Office. Surplus War Property Administration
1944
39/26-32
U.S. War Production Board
1944
39/33
U.S. War Production Board -- Salmonberry Valley Light application
1944
39/34
U.S. War Production Board -- smaller war plants
1944
39/35
U.S. War Relocation Authority
1944
39/36
U.S. War Shipping Administration
1944
Departmental Correspondence -- Priority Applications
Box/Folder
39/37-41
U.S. War Production Board
1942-1943
39/42
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1943
39/43-46
U.S. Emergency Management Office. Production Management Office
1941-1942
Legislation -- WGM Sponsored Bills
75th Congress
Box/Folder
57/1
H.R. 4344 -- Naval Vessel Construction
1937-1938
57/2
H.R. 5247 -- Regulating Work of MilitaryPersonnel,
1937
57/3-4b
H.R. 6100 (S. 2067) -- Cancer Research
1937
57/5
H.R. 7089 -- Motorboat Licenses
1937
57/6
H.R. 7215 -- Zioncheck (Marion) Memorial
1937
57/7
H.R. 7552 -- Alaska Fishing
1937
57/8
H.R. 7565 -- Munitions
1937
57/9
H.R. 7684 -- Judicial Code Amendment
1937
57/10
H.R. 7877 -- Bremerton Graving DockConstruction
1937
57/11
H.R. 8473 -- Commemorative Coin for WashingtonState
1937
57/12
H.R. 9198 -- Airmail Laws Revision
1937
57/13
H.R. 9658 -- Wages for Mail ContractorEmployees
1937
57/14
H.J.R.249 -- Internal Revenue FilingExtension
1937
76th Congress
Box/Folder
57/15
H.R. 1809 -- Inspection of Steam PropelledVessels
1939-1940
57/16
H.R. 3802 -- Enlisted Personnel of Army, Navy,Coastguard
1939-1940
57/17
H.R. 4086 -- Social Security Exemption forCharitable Institutions
1939-1940
57/18
H.R. 4316 -- Flax Appropriation
1939-1940
57/19
H.R. 4868 -- Alaska Railroads Through Mt. McKinleyNational Park
1939-1940
57/20
H.R. 5195 -- Mining Laws Amendment
1939-1940
57/21
H.R. 5787 -- Pacific Coast Shipbuilding
1939-1940
57/22
H.R. 5788 -- Revised Statutes, Section4355
1939-1940
57/23
H.R. 5789 -- Revised Statutes, Section4351
1939-1940
57/24
H.R. 5875 -- Government Employees GrievancesProcedures
1939-1940
57/25
H.R. 6045 -- Armory Building
1939-1940
57/26
H.R. 7081 -- Surplus Land Sale, Bremerton,WA
1939-1940
57/27
H.R. 8279 -- Employees Compensation Act
1939-1940
57/28
H.R. 9113 -- Totem Pole For Seattle
1939-1940
57/29
H.R. 9198 -- Trade Statistics Act
1939-1940
57/30
H.R. 9329 -- Puget Sound Naval Academy(proposed)
1939-1940
57/31
H.R. 10399 -- Field Service EmployeesOvertime
1939-1940
57/32-34
H.J.R. 66 -- War Referendum
1939-1940
77th Congress
Box/Folder
57/35
H.R. 601 -- General Welfare Act
1941-1942
57/36
H.R. 990 -- Classified Postal Employees
1941-1942
57/37-38
H.R. 1608 -- Field Service EmployeesOvertime
1941-1942
57/39
H.R. 2107 -- Navy Sale of Supplies to thePhilippines
1941-1942
57/40
H.R. 3959 -- Malt Liquors Sales
1941-1942
57/41a
H.R. 3993-- Veterans Hospital, Seattle,WA
1941-1942
57/41b
H.R. 2916 -- Port Alexander Claim -- Puget SoundDredging Co. Relief
1941-1942
57/42
H.R. 4214 -- Puget Sound Naval Yard EmploymentConditions
1941-1942
57/43
H.R. 4453 -- Black Bass Law Amendment
1941-1942
57/44-46
H.R. 4785 -- Interstate Commerce Act
1941-1942
58/1
H.R. 4929 -- Railroad Inequities Nill
1941-1942
58/2
H.R. 5430 -- Nationality Act
1941-1942
58/3a
H.R. 5489 -- Ninth Judicial CircuitDivision
1941-1942
58/3b
H.R. 6411 -- Puget Sound Dredging Co.Relief
1941-1942
58/4
H.R. 6451 -- Internal Revenue Code
1941-1942
58/5
H.R. 7448 -- Women's Army Corps pay
1941-1942
58/6
Miscellaneous
1941-1942
78th Congress
Box/Folder
58/7
H.R. 357 -- Classified Postal Employees
1943
58/8
H.R. 358 -- General Welfare Act
1943
58/9
H.R. 360 -- Liquor sales
1943
58/10
H.R. 361 -- Veterans Hospital, Seattle,WA
1943
58/11
H.R. 364 -- Interstate Commerce Act
1943-1944
58/12
H.R. 365 -- Railroad Inequities Bill
1943-1944
58/13
H.R. 366 -- Ninth Judical Court
1943-1944
58/14
H.R. 367 -- Nationality Act amendment
1943-1944
58/15
H.R. 368 -- Internal Revenue Codeamendment
1943-1944
58/16
H.R. 836 -- General Welfare Actamendment
1943-1944
58/17-18
H.R. 1017 -- Poll Tax
1943-1944
58/19
H.R. 1863 -- Social Security Act -- municipalemployees
1943-1944
58/20
H.R. 2081 -- National Life Insurance Act
1943-1944
58/21-23
H.R. 2309 -- Chinese Immigration
1943-1944
58/24-26
H.R. 3070 -- Chinese Exclusion LawsRepeal
1943-1944
58/27
H.R. 3083 -- Anti-Strike Act Repeal
1943-1944
58/28
H.R. 3084 -- Olympic Park Mining
1943-1944
58/29
H.R. 3266 -- Non-interest Bearing Bonds
1943-1944
58/30
H.R. 3512 -- Wake Island Prisoners FamiliesRelief
1943-1944
58/31
H.R. 3972 -- Cedar River Watershed
1943-1944
58/32
H.R. 4290 -- Attorney's Fees for ImpoverishedDefendents
1943-1944
58/33
H.R. 5370 -- Vocational Training For DisabledVeterans
1943-1944
58/34
H.R. 5330 -- Retirement of Navy Officers
1943-1944
58/35
H.R. ???? -- Social Security Act
1943-1944
58/36
H.J.R. 176 -- John Hanson Day
1943-1944
58/37
S. 1166 -- Puget Sound Naval Academy (Homer T. Bonefile)
1943-1944
58/38a
S.J.R. 106 Canadian Medals for CAAemployees
1943-1944
58/38b
Miscellaneous
1943-1944
Project Files
U.S. Army. Engineers Corp
Box/Folder
58/45
General
1939-1940
58/46-48
Columbia River Development
1943-1944
58/49
Grand Coulee Dam
1938
Box/Folder
58/50-52
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1941
Committees
U.S. House of Representatives. Federal Communications Commission Investigation Select Committee
Box/Folder
40/1-3
General Correspondence
1943-1944
40/4
Reports
1943-1944
40/5-6
Speeches and Writings
Testimony on Radio Intelligence Division
1944
40/7-8
Miscellaneous
1943-1944
U.S. House of Representatives. Naval Affairs Committee
Box/Folder
40/9-31
General Correspondence
1937-1945
40/32-34
Reports
1937-1944
40/35
Speeches and Writings
1937-1942
Box/Folder
41/1-2
Testimony
1943-1944
41/3-8
Legislation
1937-1943
41/9-10
Questionnaires
1937-1943
Court Papers
Box/Folder
41/11
Peoples Development Co. vs. Southern Railroad Co.
1916; 1937
Itineraries
Box/Folder
41/12
Naval Affairs Subcommittee Trips
1939-1940
Box/Folder
41/13
Photographs - Transferred to WGM photographcollection
1936-1937
41/14
Maps
1939
41/15
Committee Meeting Summaries
1942-1943
41/16
Publications
1937-1943
41/17-18
Clippings
1937-1944
41/19
Miscellaneous
1937-1944
U.S. House of Representatives. Naval Affairs Committee. Guadalcanal Investigation Subcommittee
Box/Folder
41/20-23
General Correspondence
1942-1943
41/24
Reports
1943
41/25
Speeches and Writing -- Testimony
1943
41/26
Clippings
1943
41/27
Miscellaneous
1943
U.S. House of Representatives. Post-War Military Planning Select Committee
Box/Folder
42/1
General Correspondence
1944
42/2
Reports
1944
42/3
Speeches and Writings
1944
42/4
Bulletins
1944
U.S. Alaskan International Highway Commission
Box/Folder
42/5-36
General Correspondence
1937-1942
Box/Folder
43/1-27
General
1937-1950
43/28
Joint Meetings of Canadian-U.S. Commission
1939-1940
43/29-31
Suggested Names for the Alaska Highway
1943
Minutes
Box/Folder
43/32
Joint Meetings of Canadian-U.S. Commission
1941
Reports
Box/Folder
43/33-35
General
1935-1940
43/36
Alaskan International Highway Commission Reports
1939-1940
44/1
Comments By Riggs and Macdonald On Commission Report
1940
Box/Folder
44/2-4
Legislation
1939-1949
44/5-8
Speeches and Writings
1916-1949
44/9-11
Clippings
1934-1949
Publications
Box/Folder
44/12-13
Miscellaneous
1939-1945
44/14
Alaska Life
1939-1945
Box/Folder
44/15
Photographs
1938-1939
44/16-20
Maps
undated
44/21
Ephemera
1939-1940
44/22
Miscellaneous
1941-1949
Subject Series
Pacific Northwest Trade Association
Box/Folder
44/23
General Correspondence
1943-1944
44/24
Miscellaneous
1943-1944
Personal / Political Papers
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
45/1
A-W
1936-1937
45/2
Re: Majority Leader
1936-1937
45/3
Washington Delegation
1936-1938
45/4
Arnold, Evert
1937
45/5
Asplund, Oscar
1937
45/6
A
1937
45/7
Baumgarten, Eileen
1937
45/8
Beck, Dave
1937
45/9
Boland, Patrick J.
1937
45/10
Brine, Arthur
1937
45/11
Broderick, Henry
1937
45/12-13
B
1937
45/14
Cederwall, Iver
1937
45/15
Clise, J. W.
1937
45/16
Cohn, Al
1937
45/17
Re: Howard Costigan talk on KIRO radio
1937
45/18
Couglin, Paul
1937
45/19
C
1937
45/20
Dennis, J. Charles
1937
45/21
D
1937
45/22
Elfendahl, Victor
1937
45/23
E
1937
45/24
Farley, James A.
1937
45/25
F
1937
45/26
Gallagher, Philip H.
1937
45/27
G
1937
45/28
Haas, Saul
1937
45/29
Hahn, S. S.
1937
45/30-31
H
1937
45/32
I, J, K
1937
45/33
L
1937
45/34
MacGowen, Howard
1937
45/35
McGovern, E. B.
1937
45/36
Mclntire, M. H.
1937
45/37
Martin, Clarence D.
1937
45/38
Martin, Harry J.
1937
45/39
Masterson, Isabel
1937
45/40
Meyers, Victor A.
1937
45/41-43
M
1937
45/44
N
1937
45/45
Olds, D. D.
1937
45/46
O
1937
45/47
Pollitz, Walter S.
1937
45/48
Pruitt, Ted
1937
45/49
P
1937
45/50
Q
1937
45/51
Ryan, George
1937
45/52
Ryan, Matthew
1937
45/53
R
1937
45/54
Small, Lou
1937
45/55
Re: Speaker of the House (Bankhead, W.B.)
1937
45/56
Stern, Edward
1937
45/57
Stern, Samuel
1937
45/58
Stern, William
1937
45/59
Stevenson, John
1937
45/60
Stone, Loren
1937
45/61-63
S
1937
45/64
T, U
1937
45/65
V
1937
45/66
Warner, B. Gray
1937
45/67
Washington Commonwealth Federation
1937
45/68
Weisfield, Leo
1937
45/69-70
W
1937
45/71
Yoris, Ernest
1937
45/72
Young Democratic Convention
1937
45/73
X, Y, Z
1937
45/74
Unidentified
1937
46/1
Ambler, John
1938
46/2
Arnold, Evert
1938
46/3
Asplund, Oscar
1938
46/5
Broderick, Henry
1938
46/6-7
B
1938
46/8
Cederwall, Iver
1938
46/9
Congratulations, Primary Election
1938
46/10
Congratulations, General Election
1938
46/11
C
1938
46/12
D
1938
46/13
E
1938
46/14
Farley, James A.
1938
46/14a
F
1938
46/14b
G
1938
46/15
Haas, Saul
1938
46/16
Hahn, S. S.
1938
46/17
Harkins, Earl
1938
46/18-19
H
1938
46/20
Johnson, Royal
1938
46/21
I, J
1938
46/22
K
1938
46/23
Leavy, Charles
1938
46/24
L
1938
46/25
Masterson, Isabel
1938
46/26
Millikin, Earl
1938
46/27
Mac-Mc
1938
46/28-29
M
1938
46/30
N
1938
46/31
O
1938
46/32
Pruitt, Ted
1938
46/33
P
1938
46/34-35
Ryan, George
1938
46/36
Q, R
1938
46/37
Scandinavian American Democratic Club
1938
46/38
Stahl, Olaf
1938
46/39
Stern, William
1938
46/40
Stevenson, John C.
1938
46/41
Re: Supreme Court Admission to Practice
1938
46/42-43
S
1938
46/44
T, U
1938
46/45
V, W
1937
46/46
Yoris, Ernest
1937
46/47
X, Y, Z
1937
46/48
Arnold, Evert
1939
46/49
A
1939
46/50-51
B
1939
46/51a
Calvert, William (Marine Electrolysis EliminatorCorp.)
1932-1939
46/52
C
1939
46/53
Re: Dies Committee (renewal ofappropriation)
1939
46/54
D
1939
46/55
E
1939
46/56
F
1939
46/57
G
1939
46/58
Henehan, Kevin
1939
46/59
H
1939
46/60
I
1939
46/61
J
1939
46/62
K
1939
47/1
L
1939
47/2
Madison, Julius
1939
47/3
Martin, Clarence
1939
47/4
Meyers, Victor
1939
47/5-6
M
1939
47/7
N
1939
47/8
O
1939
47/9
P
1939
47/10
Q
1939
47/11
Re: WGM Radio Broadcasts
1939
47/12
Ryan Matthew
1939
47/13
R
1939
47/14
Stern, William
1939
47/15-16
S
1939
47/17
T
1939
47/18
U
1939
47/19
V
1939
47/20
Washington Commonwealth Federation
1939
47/21
Washington Jockey Club
1939
47/22
W
1939
47/23
Yoris, Ernest
1939
47/24
X, Y, Z
1939
47/25
Arnold, Evert
1940
47/26
A
1940
47/27
Beck, Dave
1940
47/28
Bez, Nick
1940
47/29-30
Re: Bid for Senate Seat
1940
47/31
Boettiger, John
1940
47/32
Bone, Homer
1940
47/33
Brand, Harry
1940
47/34
Brine, Art
1940
47/35-36
B
1940
47/37
Clarke, Caspar
1940
47/38
Cohn, Al
1940
47/39
C
1940
47/40
D
1940
47/41
Edris, William
1940
47/42
E
1940
47/43
Farley, James
1940
47/44
F
1940
47/45
Gottstein, Joseph
1940
47/46
Gutmann, Addis
1940
47/47
G
1940
47/48
Haas, Saul
1940
47/49
Hahn, S. S.
1940
47/50
Harkins, Earl
1940
47/51
Henehan, Kevin
1940
47/52-53
H
1940
47/54
J
1940
47/55
Kamm, Charles
1940
47/56
K
1940
47/57
L
1940
47/58
MacGowen, Howard
1940
47/59
Madison, Julius
1940
47/60
Martin, Harry J.
1940
47/61-62
M
1940
48/1
Re: Nationwide News Service
1940
48/2
N
1940
48/3
O
1940
48/4-5
Pruitt, Ted
1940
48/6
P
1940
48/7
Q
1940
48/8
Ryan, George
1940
48/8a
Ryan, Matthew
1940
48/9-10
R
1940
48/11
Small, Lou
1940
48/12
Stern, William
1940
48/13
Stevenson, John
1940
48/14-15
S
1940
48/16
T
1940
48/17
U
1940
48/17a
V
1940
48/18
Wallgren, Mon
1940
48/19
Re: WLOL Radio Station
1940
48/20-21
W
1940
48/22
X, Y, Z
1940
48/23
Congratulations
1940
48/24-32
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company
1939-1942
48/33
Arnold, Evert
1941
48/34
Arnold, Lawrence
1941
48/35
A
1941
48/3
Beck, Dave
1941
48/37
Boettiger, John
1941
48/38
Bone, Homer
1941
48/39
Brand, Harry
1941
48/40
Broderick, Henry
1941
48/41-42
B
1941
48/43
Clarke, Caspar
1941
48/44-45
Cohn, Al
1941
48/46-47
C
1941
48/48
Democratic Organizations
1941
48/49
Re: Douglas Oil Co.
1941
48/50-51
D
1941
48/52
Edris, William
1941
48/53
E
1941
49/1
Faltico, George
1941
49/2
Fowler, Bret
1941
49/3
F
1941
49/4
Gottstein, Joe
1941
49/5
G
1941
49/6
Haas, Saul
1941
49/7
Hahn, S. S.
1941
49/8
Re: Hamm Brewery Company
1941
49/9
Harkins, Earl
1941
49/10
Henehan, Kevin
1941
49/11
Hunter, Croil
1941
49/12
H
1941
49/13
I
1941
49/14
J
1941
49/15
K
1941
49/16
Langlie, Arthur
1941
49/17
L
1941
49/18-19
MacGowen, Howard
1941
49/19a
McGovern, E. B.
1941
49/20
Madison, Julius
1941
49/21
Magnuson, Sid
1941
49/22
Magnuson, Warren G. and Family
1941
49/23
Martin, Harry
1941
49/24
Mathewson, Mark
1941
49/25
Meyers, Victor
1941
49/26
Millikin, Earl
1941
49/27-28
M
1941
49/29
N
1941
49/30
O
1941
49/31
Pacific Engineering and Construction Co.
1941
49/32
Peters, Russell
1941
49/33
Pruitt, Ted
1941
49/34
P
1941
49/35
Q
1941
49/36
Rast, William C.
1941
49/37
Ryan, Matthew
1941
49/38
R
1941
49/39
Stern, William
1941
49/40
Stevenson, John
1941
49/41-42
S
1941
49/43
T
1941
49/44
U
1941
49/45
V
1941
49/46
Washington Commonwealth Federation
1941
49/47
W
1941
49/48
X, Y, Z
1941
49/49-52
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company
1942
49/53
Arnold, Lawrence
1942
49/54
A
1942
49/55
Bartley, Bruce
1942
49/56
Boettiger, John
1942
49/57
Brand, Harry
1942
49/58
Broderick, Henry
1942
49/59
B
1942
49/60
Clarke, Caspar
1942
49/60a
Clauson, Rev. B. O.
1942
49/61
C
1942
49/62
Delacy, Hugh
1942
49/63
Democratic Organizations
1942
49/64
D
1942
50/1
Edris, William
1942
50/2
E
1942
50/3
Fussell, Ed
1942
50/4
F
1942
50/5
Gottstein, Joe
1942
50/6
G
1942
50/7
Hahn, S. S.
1942
50/8
H
1942
50/9
Junkin, Clara
1942
50/10
J
1942
50/11
K
1942
50/12
L
1942
50/13
MacGowen, Howard
1942
50/14
Madison, Julius
1942
50/15
Martin, Harry
1942
50/16-17
M
1942
50/18
N
1942
50/19
O
1942
50/20
Pruitt, Ted
1942
50/21
P
1942
50/22
Q
1942
50/23
Rast, William C.
1942
50/24
Ryan, George E.
1942
50/25
Ryan, Matthew
1942
50/26
R
1942
50/27
Shucklin, Gerald
1942
50/28
Stern, William
1942
50/29
Stuntz, George
1942
50/30
S
1942
50/31
T
1942
50/32
U
1942
50/33
V
1942
50/34
Washington Commonwealth Federation
1942
50/35
W
1942
50/36
Y
1942
50/37
Addison Miller Company
1943
50/38
Re: American Legion, 25th ConventionSpeech
1943
50/39
A
1943
50/40
Bartley, Bruce
1943
50/41
Boettiger, John and Anna
1943
50/42
Bone, Homer
1943
50/43
Broderick, Henry
1943
50/44-45
B
1943
50/46
Cohn, Al
1943
50/47
Re: Community Property Tax
1943
50/48-49
C
1943
50/50
Democratic Organizations
1943
50/51
Re: Distillery Purchase
1943
50/52
D
1943
50/53
Edris, William
1943
50/54
E
1943
50/55
F
1943
50/56
Gottstein, Joseph
1943
50/57
G
1943
50/58
Hughes, John
1943
59/59
H
1943
50/60
I
1943
50/61
Junkin, Clara
1943
50/62
J
1943
50/63
Kamm, Charles
1943
50/64
Re: Knox (Frank) Visit
1943
50/65
K
1943
50/66
Little, Bryce
1943
50/67
L
1943
50/68
MacGowen, Howard
1943
51/1
Madison, Julius
1943
51/2
Martin, Harry J.
1943
51/3
Millikin, Earl
1943
51/4
Re: Minnesota State Bar AssociationSpeech
1943
51/5-6
M
1943
51/7
N
1943
51/8
O
1943
51/9
Pruitt, Ted
1943
51/10
P
1943
51/11
Q
1943
51/12
Rast, William C.
1943
51/13
Ryan, Matthew
1943
51/14
R
1943
51/15
Stern, William
1943
51/15a
Stocking, George H.
1943
51/16-17
S
1943
51/18
T
1943
51/19
U
1943
51/20
Re: Vice Situation in Seattle
1943
51/21
V
1943
51/22
Re: Washington Jockey Club
1943
51/23-24
W
1943
51/25
Y
1943
51/26
Z
1943
51/27
Re: "American Forum of the Air" Speech -- "The 1944Campaign"
1944
51/28
Re: "American Forum of the Air" Speech -- "Labor inPolitics"
1944
51/29
Re: "America's Town Meeting of the Air"Speech
1944
51/30
A
1944
51/31
Bartley, Bruce
1944
51/32
B
1944
51/33
Carlson, John Roy
1944
51/34
Cohn, Al
1944
51/35
Congratulations
1944
51/36
C
1944
51/37
D
1944
51/38
E
1944
51/39
F
1944
51/40
G
1944
51/41
Haas, Saul
1944
51/42
H
1944
51/43
I
1944
51/44
J
1944
51/45
K
1944
51/46
L
1944
51/47
MacGowen, Howard
1944
51/48
Re: McGhee Cross Country Car TripIncident
1944
51/49
McGuigan, J. F.
1944
51/50
Martin, Harry J.
1944
51/51
M
1944
51/52
N
1944
51/53
O
1944
51/54
Re: Pearl Harbor Statement
1944
51/55
P
1944
51/56
Quilliam, H. J.
1944
51/57
Rast, William
1944
51/58
Rochester, Alfred
1944
51/59
Ryan, John E.
1944
51/60
Ryan, Matthew
1944
51/61
R
1944
51/62
Re: Senate Appointment (to succeed Bone, HomerT.)
1944
51/63
S
1944
51/64
T
1944
51/65
U
1944
51/66
V
1944
51/67
W
1944
51/68
Y
1944
51/69
No Dates
1944
51/70
Unidentified
1939-1943
Box/Folder
52/1-10
Interoffice Correspondence
1939-1944
52/11
Minutes -- Washington State Junior Chamber of Commerce
1942
52/12
Reports
1937-1938
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder
52/13-15
Miscellaneous
1937-1943
52/16
Minnesota State Bar Association
1943
52/17
"The American Forum of the Air" -- "The 1944Campaign"
1944
52/18
"The American Forum of the Air" -- "Labor inPolitics"
1944
52/19
"America's Town Meeting of the Air"
1944
52/20-25
Others
1937-1944
52/26-28
Warren G. Magnuson Remarks
1937-1944
53/1-2
Warren G. Magnson Remarks
1937-1944
Box/Folder
53/3-5
Campaign Materials
1937-1940
53/6-14
Clippings
1937-1944
53/15
Legislation
1943
Case Files
Box/Folder
53/16-18
Bridges, Harry -- deportation
1940
53/19
Pritchett, Harold J.
1937-1938
54/1
Pritchett, Harold J.
1937-1938
54/2
Remes, Andrew (restricted)
1940
Personal Papers
Box/Folder
54/3-4
Miscellaneous
1936-1941
54/5
Navy Papers
1941-1943
54/6-10
Stock Transactions
1937-1944
54/11
Hubbard Property Transaction
1941
54/12
Moorehead Property Transaction
1943
54/13
Bainbridge Island Property Transaction
1943-1944
54/14
Insurance
1943
Box/Folder
54/15-17
Publications
1937-1942
54/18
News Releases
1937-1938
54/19-24
Miscellany
1937-1944
Subject Series
Box/Folder
58/15
Campaign
1938
54/25
Campaign
1940-1941
Neutrality (Special Session - 76thCongress)
Box/Folder
54/26
General Correspondence
1939-1940
54/27
Speeches and Writings
1939-1940
54/28
Legislation
1939-1940
54/29
Clippings
1939-1940
54/30
Miscellaneous
1939-1940
54/31-32
Publications
1939-1940
Campaign
Box/Folder
54/33-35
General Correspondence
1944
55/4
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
55/5
Absentee Voters' Letters
1944
55/6
Congratulations
1944
55/7
Governorship
1944
55/8-9
Letters of Support and Contributions
1944
55/10
MacGowen, Howard
1944
55/11
Russian Statement
1944
55/12
Senate Appointment
1944
55/13-14
Speeches and Writings
1944
55/15
Speeches and Writings -- Others
1944
55/16
Campaign Materials
1944
55/17
Itineraries
1944
55/18
Case Files -- miscellaneous
1944
55/19
Case Files -- individuals
Restricted.
1944
55/20-24
Publications
1944
55/25
Expenses
1944
55/26-28
Miscellaneous
1944
55/29-31
Clippings
1944
56/1-5
Clippings
1944
56/6a
Clippings -- Republican War Policies
1940-1945
Box/Folder
56/6b
Guest Book - Seattle Office
1940-1945
box:oversize
Oversize
Scrapbooks
1934-1944
Northwest Airlines
Box/Folder
56/7-19
General Correspondence
1936-1944
56/20
Speeches and Writings
1938-1944
Reports
Box/Folder
56/21
Annual Reports
1938-1944
56/22-23
Miscellaneous
1939-1940
Case Files
Box/Folder
56/24
St. Paul Pioneer Press Libel Suit
1941
Box/Folder
56/25
Legislation
1937-1938
56/26-28
Dockets -- of Civil Aeronautics Authority
1938-1944
56/29
Court Papers
1939-1944
56/30
Clippings
1938-1944
56/31
Maps
1939-1944
News Releases
Box/Folder
56/32
Civil Aeronautics Board
1942-1943
Box/Folder
56/33
Miscellaneous
Box
59-60
Duplicates (for possible exhibit use)

3181-003:   Warren Grant Magnuson Senate papers, 1945-1956Return to Top

circa 148 cubic feet, (164 boxes)
Arranged in 19 series:
  • Outgoing correspondence
  • General correspondence
  • Departmental correspondence
  • Legislative correspondence
  • Constituent mailings (opinion solicitation)
  • Bill analysis (American Enterprise Association)
  • Legislation - WGM sponsored bills
  • Speeches and writings - Magnuson
  • Speeches and writings - others
  • Project files
  • News releases - Magnuson
  • News releases - others
  • Press correspondence
  • Subject series
  • Committees
  • Personal and political papers
  • Scrapbooks
  • Related organizations
  • Irvin A. Hoff papers

These papers include legislative, departmental, general andpersonal correspondence, as well as outgoing letters, project files, pressreleases, speeches, committee records and campaign materials.

The arrangement of the records generally conforms to that of theMagnuson House papers. The correspondence series, legislation, speeches, pressfiles and campaign materials have been organized year by year within eachseries. Legislative correspondence contains constituent mail on pending issuesor bills, such as civil rights or universal military training. There is noLegislative correspondence for 1947 or for the period 1951-54. WGM SponsoredLegislation includes bills and related material. Departmental correspondenceconsists of communications of Magnuson with constituents and federaldepartments. General correspondence includes a mixture of letters fromconstituents, colleagues, friends, and political associates regarding a varietyof political, business and economic issues. The project files are exclusivelyabout United States Army Corp of Engineers projects located in the Northwestand have been arranged alphabetically. Similar project material can also befound in the subject series. The subject series were drawn primarily frompersonal papers are not specifically correspondence or legislation. Thechronological order of the news releases has been retained, though the specificdates (day and month) are not listed in the inventory. Speeches and writingshave been arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within each year.

Personal/political papers is a designation applied by Magnuson'soffice staff to a set of files which include personal correspondence, financialrecords and campaign material. The personal correspondence is with friends andassociates and occasionally contains material about individuals andorganizations. Sixteen boxes of campaign files include extensive material onMagnuson's 1950 and 1956 Senatorial campaigns, as well as general politicalmaterial from this period. A number of files about Henry M. Jackson'ssuccessful 1952 Senatorial campaign against Harry P. Cain are included here.Magnuson's administrative assistant Irvin A. Hoff served as Jackson'sunofficial campaign manager for the 1952 election.

Also included are records from the Senate committees Magnusonserved on -- Naval Affairs, Judiciary, Territories and Insular Affairs,Appropriations and Commerce; he became chairman of the latter in 1955. Thoughnot extensive, committee records include correspondence, hearing transcripts,legislation and meeting agendas. Very little exists in the way of committeestaff memos and correspondence between committee members. The papers of IrvinA. Hoff, Magnuson's administrative assistant in this period are also included.

Open to all users, but access to portions of the papersrestricted.

The personal / political papers series (boxes 167-199) are closedindefinitely.

Researchers who wish to use the Departmental Correspondence series(Boxes 49-114) must sign a release form "agreeing (1) not to reveal the name ofany individual named in a case file; and (2) to hold harmless and indemnify theUniversity and Senator Magnuson's heirs or any loss or damages arising from theuse of these files."

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Outgoing Letters
Arranged chronologically.
1945-1956
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
40/23
Atomic Bomb
1945
40/24
A
1945
40/25
Boeing
1945
40/26
Bremerton, WA
1945
40/27
B
1945
40/28
China
1945
40/29
Chinese Embassy
1945
40/30
Colleagues
1945
40/31
C
1945
40/32
D
1945
40/33
E
1945
40/34
F
1945
40/35
G
1945
40/36
Hanford Project
1945
40/37
H
1945
40/38
International Fisheries
1945
40/39
I
1945
40/40
Japan -- Emperor
1945
40/41
Japanese Question
1945
40/42
J
1945
40/43
Korea
1945
40/44
K
1945
41/1
Light Metals
1945
41/2
Longview, WA
1945
41/3
L
1945
41/4
Mc
1945
41/5
M
1945
41/6
N
1945
41/7
Olympia Chamber of Commerce
1945
41/8
O
1945
41/9
Port Angeles, WA
1945
41/10-11
Post War
1945
41/12
P
1945
41/13
R
1945
41/14
Seattle, WA
1945
41/15
Seattle City Council
1945
41/16
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1945
41/17
Seattle -- Free Port
1945
41/18
Spokane Chamber of Commerce
1945
41/19
S
1945
41/20
T
1945
41/21
University of Washington
1945
41/22
U
1945
41/23
Vancouver, WA
1945
41/24
V
1945
41/25
Walla Walla, WA
1945
41/26
Washington State College
1945
41/27
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1945
41/28
W
1945
41/29
Yakima Chamber of Commerce
1945
41/30
X-Y-Z
1945
41/31
A
1946
41/32
Bellingham, WA
1946
41/33
Bremerton, WA
1946
41/34
B
1946
41/35
Churchill, Winston -- Speech
1946
41/36
Colleagues
1946
41/37
C
1946
41/38
D
1946
41/39
E
1946
41/40
F
1946
41/41-42
Greece
1946
41/43
G
1946
41/44
H
1946
42/1
I
1946
42/2
J
1946
42/3
K
1946
42/4
L
1946
42/5
Mc
1946
42/6
M
1946
42/7
Nylons
1946
42/8
N
1946
42/9
O
1946
42/10
Poll Tax
1946
42/11
P
1946
42/12
Q
1946
42/13
Richmond, Volney Jr. (Northern Commercial Company)
1946
42/14
R
1946
42/25
Schools and Colleges, WA
1946
42/16
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1946
42/17
Seattle Port
1946
41/18
Spokane Aluminum Industry
1946
42/19
Spokane Chamber of Commerce
1946
42/20-21
S
1946
42/22
Tacoma Chamber of Commerce
1946
42/23
T
1946
42/24
University of Washington
1946
42/25
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
1946
42/26
U
1946
42/27
V
1946
42/28
Walla Walla Chamber of Commerce
1946
42/29
Washington. Conservation and Development Department. Advisory Commission
1946
42/30
Washington. Secretary of State (Reeves, Belle)
1946
42/31
Washington State Delegation Meeting
1946
42/32
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1946
42/33
W
1946
42/34
Yugoslav Relief
1946
42/35
Y
1946
42/36
Z
1946
42/37
Alaska
1947
42/38
A
1947
42/39
Bremerton, WA
1947
42/40
Cancer
1947
43/1
European Recovery Program -- American Merchant Marine
1947
43/2
J
1947
43/3
Maritime
1947
43/4
Puyallup Fair
1947
43/5
Vancouver, WA -- Barracks Petitions
1947
43/6
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1947
43/7
Alaska
1948
43/8
American Overseas Aid (United National Appeal for Children)
1948
43/9
A
1948
43/10
Bergson, Peter
1948
43/11
B
1948
43/12
Cancer
1948
43/13-14
Christmas Ship
1948
43/15
Communism
1948
43/16
C
1948
43/17
D
1948
43/18
E
1948
43/19
Fisheries
1948
43/20
F
1948
43/21
G
1948
43/22
H
1948
43/23
I
1948
43/24
J
1948
43/25
K
1948
43/26
L
1948
43/27
Mc
1948
43/28
M
1948
43/29
N
1948
43/30
O'Lane, Ivan B. (migrant labor)
1948
43/31
Olympia Chamber of Commerce
1948
43/32
O
1948
43/33
Pacific Northwest Trade Association
1948
43/34
P
1948
43/35
Q
1948
43/36
R
1948
43/37
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1948
43/38
Seattle Gas Company (need for pipe)
1948
43/39
Seattle Office (WGM)
1948
43/40
Seidelhuber Iron and Bronze Work
1948
43/41
Spokane, WA
1948
43/42
S
1948
43/43
T
1948
43/44
U
1948
43/45
Van Valkenburgh, H. C.
1948
43/46
Velvestad, H. P.
1948
43/47
V
1948
43/48
Walla Walla, WA
1948
43/49
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1948
43/50
W
1948
44/1
Alaska
1949
44/2
Alaska Defense
1949
44/3
A
1949
44/4
Boeing Airplane Company
1949
44/5
B
1949
44/6
Cancer
1949
44/7
C
1949
44/8
D
1949
44/9
Everett, WA
1949
44/10
E
1949
44/11
Fisheries
1949
44/12
F
1949
44/13
General Contract -- Elimination of Electrical Work
1949
44/14
Gold
1949
44/15
G
1949
44/16
H
1949
44/17
I
1949
44/18
J
1949
44/19
K
1949
44/20
L
1949
44/21
Mc
1949
44/22
M
1949
44/23
N
1949
44/24
O
1949
44/25
Pacific Northwest Trade Association
1949
44/26
P
1949
44/27
Q
1949
44/28
R
1949
44/29
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1949
44/30
Seattle Office (WGM)
1949
44/31
Spokane, WA
1949
44/32
Spokane Chamber of Commerce
1949
44/33
S
1949
44/34
Tacoma, WA
1949
44/35
T
1949
44/36
Un-American Activities
1949
44/37
U
1949
44/38
V
1949
44/39
Walla Walla, WA
1949
44/40
Washington State -- Federal Expenditures
1949
44/41
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1949
44/42
W
1949
44/43
Y
1949
44/44
Z
1949
44/45
Alaska
1950
44/46
A
1950
44/47
B
1950
44/48
Cancer
1950
45/1
Coal
1950
45/2
Communism
1950
45/3
C
1950
45/4
D
1950
45/5
E
1950
45/6
F
1950
45/7
G
1950
45/8
Hawaii
1950
45/9
H
1950
45/10
Imports
1950
45/11
I
1950
45/12
J
1950
45/13-14
Korea
1950
45/15
K
1950
45/16
L
1950
45/17
Mc
1950
45/18
M
1950
45/19
N
1950
45/20
O
1950
45/21
Pacific Northwest Trade Association
1950
45/22
Pasco Chamber of Commerce
1950
45/23
P
1950
45/24
Railroad Strike
1950
45/25
R
1950
45/26
Seattle, WA
1950
45/27
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1950
45/28
Spokane, WA
1950
45/29
Spokane Chamber of Commerce
1950
45/30
S
1950
45/31
Tacoma, WA
1950
45/32
T
1950
45/33
U
1950
45/34
V
1950
45/35
Walla Walla, WA
1950
45/36
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1950
45/37
Wenatchee, WA
1950
45/38
W
1950
45/39
X, Y, Z
1950
45/40
Alaska
1951
45/41
Aircraft Workers Bazaar, Inc. (Schiller, I, P.)
1951
45/42
Boeing Field
1951
45/43
Bremerton, WA
1951
45/44
Communism
1951
45/45
Green, Harry
1951
46/1
Japanese Trade Fair
1951
46/2
Korean Situation
1951
46/3
Seattle, WA
1951
46/4
Speakers -- for Washington State Organizations
1951
46/5
Spokane, WA
1951
46/6
Tacoma, WA
1951
46/7
T
1951
46/8
U
1951
46/9
V
1951
46/10
Washington State Welfare
1951
46/11
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1951
46/12
W
1951
46/13
X, Y, Z
1951
46/14
Alaska
1952
46/15
A
1952
46/16
B
1952
46/17
Communism
1952
46/18
C
1952
46/19
D
1952
46/20
Economic Aid
1952
46/21
Everett, WA
1952
46/22
E
1953
46/23
Fisheries
1953
46/24
F
1953
46/25
G
1953
46/26
H
1953
46/27
I
1953
46/28
J
1953
46/29
Korea
1953
46/30
K
1953
46/31
Lezin, Ben
1953
46/32
L
1953
46/33
Maritime
1953
46/34
Mc
1953
46/35-36
M
1953
46/37
N
1953
46/38
O
1953
46/39
Parrott, Henry W.
1953
46/40
Pittwood, Edward
1953
46/41
Potlatch Forests, Inc. (Elder, Bob)
1953
46/42-43
P
1953
46/44
Q
1953
46/45
R
1953
46/46
Seattle, WA
1953
46/47
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1953
46/1
Seattle -- Waterfront Strike
1953
47/2
Seidelhuber Steel Rolling Mills
1953
47/3
Somers, Richard E.
1953
47/4
Speakers -- for Washington State Organizations
1953
47/5
Spokane, WA
1953
47/6
S
1953
47/7
Tacoma, WA
1953
47/8
T
1953
47/9
U
1953
47/10
V
1953
47/11
Washington State Welfare
1953
47/12
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1953
47/13
White House Commission on Renovation of Executive Mansion
1953
47/14
W
1953
47/15
X, Y, Z
1953
47/16
Alaska
1953
47/17
Alaska Fisheries
1953
47/18
American Automobile Association
1953
47/19
B
1953
47/20
Clover Park School District (Hudtloff, A. G.)
1953
47/21
C
1953
47/22
Ertner, ? (Collapsible-Returnable Metal Box Co.)
1953
47/23
E
1953
47/24
F
1953
47/25
G
1953
47/26
Hale, Hal H. (American Association of State Highway Officials)
1953
47/27
H
1953
47/28
J
1953
47/29
Kelly, Thomas (National Machine Tool Co.)
1953
47/30
L
1953
47/31
M
1953
47/32
N
1953
47/33
O
1953
47/34
Power
1953
47/35
P
1953
47/36
Rosenbergs (Clemency)
1953
47/37
R
1953
47/38
Seattle, WA
1953
47/39
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1953
47/40
Seattle -- Waterfront Strike
1953
47/41
Spokane, WA
1953
47/42
T
1953
47/43
United Nations
1953
47/44
Washington State Welfare
1953
47/45
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1953
47/46
West, Herbert
1953
47/47
W
1953
47/48
Alaska
1954
47/49
A
1954
47/50
Bowen, Robert E. (Consolidated Engineering Company, Zurich, Switzerland)
1954
47/51
D
1954
47/52
Fuchek, Florence M.
1954
47/53
Funkhouser, Frank
1954
47/54
Green, Harry
1954
47/55
J
1954
47/56
Lamson Aircraft Company
1954
47/57
N
1954
47/58
Ports: Longview, WA and Vancouver, WA
1954
47/59
Seattle, WA
1954
47/60
Seidelhuber, Frank V.
1954
47/61
Subversives
1954
47/62
Washington and Alaska Society
1954
47/63
Washington State Welfare
1954
47/64
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1954
47/65
W
1954
47/66
Beer Procurement
1955
47/67
B
1955
47/68
Communism
1955
47/69
Chubb-Cassel, Paul W.
1955
47/70
Churches
1955
47/71
Cisco Construction Company
1955
47/72
Dennison Foods
1955
47/73
D
1955
47/74
E
1955
47/75
Foreign Policy
1955
48/1
F
1955
48/2
G
1955
48/3
H
1955
48/4
J
1955
48/5
L
1955
48/6
M
1955
48/7
N
1955
48/8
O
1955
48/9-10
Pelligrini, Frank
1955
48/11
Peterson, John
1955
48/12
Power
1955
48/13
P
1955
48/14
Reinbold, Frank R.
1955
48/15
Riblet Tranway Company
1955
48/16
R
1955
48/17
Seattle, WA
1955
48/18
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1955
48/19
Security Risk
1955
48/20
Surplus Scrap
1955
48/21
S
1955
48/22
T
1955
48/23
V
1955
48/24
Washington and Alaska Society
1955
48/25
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1955
48/26
Willis, George F.
1955
48/27
W
1955
48/28
American Strategic Minerals Corporation
1956
48/29
Beer
1956
48/30
B
1956
48/31
C
1956
48/32
D
1956
48/33
E
1956
48/34
Fisheries
1956
48/35-36
Foreign Policy
1956
48/37
F
1956
48/38
Goody, A. H.
1956
48/39
G
1956
48/40
H
1956
48/41
I
1956
48/42
J
1956
48/43
K
1956
48/44
L
1956
48/45
Mc
1956
48/46
M
1956
48/47
N
1956
48/48
O
1956
48/49
P
1956
48/50
Results International
1956
48/51
R
1956
48/52
Seattle, WA
1956
48/53
Seattle Chamber of Commerce
1956
48/54
Speakers -- for Washington State Events
1956
48/55
S
1956
48/56
T
1956
48/57
U
1956
48/58
V
1956
48/59-60
Washington State Welfare
1956
48/61
Washington -- Miscellaneous
1956
48/62
W
1956
48/63
X, Y, Z
1956
Departmental Correspondence
Researchers who wish to use the Departmental Correspondence series (Boxes 49-114) must sign a release form "agreeing (1) not to reveal the name of any individual named in a case file; and (2) to hold harmless and indemnify the University and Senator Magnuson's heirs or any loss or damages arising from the use of these files."
Box/Folder
49/1
American Red Cross
1945
United Nations
1945
Box/Folder
49/2
Organization
1945
San Francisco Charter
Box/Folder
49/3
General
1945
49/4
Verbatim Record
1945
Box/Folder
49/5-6
San Francisco Conference
1945
49/7-10
United Nations Relief and RehabilitationAdministration
1945
U.S. Agriculture Department
1945
Box/Folder
49/11
General
1945
49/12
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1945
U.S. Agricultural Adjustment Agency
Box/Folder
49/13
General
1945
49/14
Seattle Office
1945
Box/Folder
49/15
U.S. Agricultural Economic Bureau
1945
49/16
U.S. Farm Credit Administration
1945
49/17
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1945
49/18
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1945
49/19
U.S. Forest Service
1945
49/20
U.S. Rural Agriculture CreditCorporation
1945
Box/Folder
49/21
U.S. Alien Property Custodian
1945
49/22
U.S. Budget Bureau
1945
49/23
U.S. Censorship Office
1945
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
Box/Folder
49/24-27
General
1945
49/28
Orient -- Airline Routes
1945
49/29
Stalling Speed
1945
Box/Folder
49/30
U.S. Civilian Production Administration
1945
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
49/31
General
1945
49/32
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1945
U.S. Census Bureau
Box/Folder
49/33
General
1945
49/34
Washington State
1945
Box/Folder
49/35
U.S. Civilian Defense Office
1945
49/36
U.S. National Inventors Council
1945
49/37
U.S. Patent Office
1945
Box/Folder
49/38
U.S. Commodity Credit Corporation
1945
49/39
U.S. Defense Housing Corporation
1945
49/40
U.S. Defense Plant Corporation
1945
U.S. Defense Transportation Office
Box/Folder
49/41
General
1945
49/42
Order #17
1945
Box/Folder
50/1
U.S. Economic Stabilization Office
1945
50/2
U.S. Emergency Management Office
1945
50/3
U.S. Employment Service
1945
50/4
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1945
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
Box/Folder
50/5
General
1945
50/6
Diathermy Equipment Cases
1945
50/7
FM Broadcast Service
1945
50/8
KJR
1945
50/9
KTBI
1945
50/10
KVAN
1945
Box/Folder
50/11
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1945
50/12
U.S. Federal Loan Agency
1945
50/13
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1945
50/14-15
U.S. Federal Public Housing Authority
1945
50/16
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
1945
U.S. Federal Security Agency
Box/Folder
50/17
General
1945
50/18
U.S. Education Office
1945
Box/Folder
50/19
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1945
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
50/20
General
1945
50/21-24
Projects
1945
50/25
Roxbury Heights Project
1945
50/26
Waterville Court House Project
1945
Box/Folder
50/27
U.S. Foreign Economic Administration
1945
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
50/28
General
1945
50/29
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1945
50/30
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1945
50/31
U.S. Fish and Wild Life Service
1945
50/32
U.S. General Land Office
1945
50/33
U.S. Indian Affairs Office
1945
50/34
U.S. Mines Bureau
1945
50/35
U.S. National Park Service U.S. ReclamationBureau
1945
Box/Folder
50/36
General
1945
50/37-39
Grand Coulee Dam -- Mason City Townsite
1945
50/40
U.S. Relocation Authority
1945
50/41-43
Columbia Basin Project
1945
50/44
Pacific Explorations
1945
50/45
Roza Project
1945
50/46
Shipshaw Hearings
1945
Box/Folder
51/1
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1945
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
51/2
U.S. Attorney General
1945
51/3
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1945
51/4
U.S. Prison Bureau
1945
51/5
U.S. Wages and Hour Administration
1945
51/6
U.S. War Crimes Commission
1945
51/7
Tule Lake
1945
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
51/8
General
1945
51/9
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1945
Box/Folder
51/10
U.S. Library of Congress
1945
51/11
U.S. Maritime Commission
1945
U.S. National Housing Agency
Box/Folder
51/12-13
General
1945
51/14
Seattle Housing
1945
Box/Folder
51/15
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1945
51/16-17
U.S. National War Labor Board
1945
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
51/18
General
1945
51/19
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1945
51/20
U.S. Marine Corps
1945
51/21
U.S. Navy. 13th District
1945
51/22
U.S. Navy. 17th District
1945
51/23
U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau
1945
51/24
U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office
1945
51/25
U.S. Navy. Judge Advocate General
1945
51/26
U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau
1945
51/27
U.S. Navy. Naval Operations Chief
1945
51/28
U.S. Navy. Ordinance Bureau
1945
51/29
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1945
51/30
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
1945
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
51/31
General
1945
51/32-34
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1945
51/35
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station
1945
51/36
Yards and Docks Projects
1945
Box/Folder
51/37
Bremerton Moorage
1945
51/38
Grays Harbor Moorage
1945
51/39
Lake Union Moorage
1945
51/40-46
Lake Washington
1945
52/1
Ship Repair Pay Differential
1945
52/2
Tacoma, WA -- Port
1945
52/3
Unified Command
1945
Box/Folder
52/4
U.S. Petroleum Administration for War
1945
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
52/5
Postmaster General (Dolphins' EyeRemedy)
1945
52/6
State Postmasters
1945
U.S. Price Administration Office
Box/Folder
52/7-11
General
1945
52/12
ABCO Refrigeration Manufacturers
1945
52/13-14
Automobiles
1945
52/15
Auto Repair Service
1945
52/16
Cost Absorption
1945
52/17
Fats and Oils
1945
52/18
Fish
1945
52/19
Food
1945
52/20
Food Pricers
1945
52/21
Fruit Growers
1945
52/22
Fuel
1945
52/23
Gasoline
1945
52/24
Halibut Producers
1945
52/25
H and F Mill Company
1945
52/26
Leather
1945
52/27
Liquor and Beer
1945
52/28
Lubri-Gas Laboratories
1945
52/29
Lumber
1945
52/30-31
Meat
1945
52/32
Pianos
1945
52/33
Pre-ticketing
1945
52/34
Rent Control
1945
53/1
Restaurant Complaints
1945
53/2
Roofing
1945
53/3
Shoes
1945
53/4
Solo -- Ail-Purpose Cleanser
1945
53/5-7
Sugar
1945
53/8
Tires
1945
53/9
Wax Orchards
1945
53/10
Wines
1945
Box/Folder
53/11
U.S. Public Health Service
1945
52/12
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
1945
53/13
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1945
53/14
U.S. Rural Electrification Administration
1945
53/15
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1945
53/16
U.S. Smaller War Plants Corporation
1945
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
53/17
General
1945
53/18
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1945
53/19
Boundary Dispute
1945
53/20
Fishery Production
1945
53/21
International Fisheries
1945
53/22-23
Japanese Fisheries in Alaska (file of Bone, HomerT.)
1945
53/24
Jones, Stanley E.
1945
53/25
Poland
1945
53/26
Rabbi
1945
53/27
Russian Relations
1945
53/28
Spain
1945
53/29
Swiss Watches
1945
53/30
Yugoslavia
1945
Box/Folder
53/31-33
U.S. Surplus Property Administration
1945
53/34
U.S. Tariff Commission
1945
53/35
U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority
1945
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
53/36
General
1945
53/37
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1945
53/38
U.S. Customs Bureau
1945
53/39
U.S. Internal Revenue Bureau
1945
53/40
U.S. Narcotics Bureau
1945
53/41
U.S. War Bond Division
1945
53/42
Procurement
1945
Box/Folder
53/43
U.S. Veterans Administration
1945
U.S. War Department
Box/Folder
53/44
General
1945
53/45
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1945
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
53/46
U.S. Army. Adjutant General
1945
53/47
U.S. Army. Allied Supreme Commander. Japan (MacArthur, Douglas)
1945
53/48
U.S. Army. Air Force
1945
53/49
U.S. Army. Air Service Command (Spokane, WA)
1945
53/50
U.S. Array. Chief of Staff
1945
U.S. Army. Service Forces
Box/Folder
53/51
General
1945
53/52
Transportation
1945
Box/Folder
54/1
U.S. Army. Ordinance Depot (Renton, WA)
1945
54/2
U.S. Army. Provost Marshall
1945
54/3
U.S. Army. Quartermaster Corps
1945
Box/Folder
54/4
Army Statistics
1945
54/5
Auburn, WA
1945
54/6
Boeing Field
1945
54/7-16
Demobilization -- Army and Navy
1945
54/17
Prisoner of War Labor
1945
54/18
Public Relations
1945
54/19
Seattle, WA -- Port of Embarkation
1945
54/20
Surgeon General
1945
54/21
U.S. Air Transport Command
1945
U.S. War Foods Administration
Box/Folder
54/22
General
1945
54/23
Butterfat
1945
54/24
Meats
1945
54/25
Peas
1945
Box/Folder
54/26
U.S. War Information Office
1945
54/27
U.S. War Man Power Commission
1945
54/28
U.S. War Mobilization and Reconversion Office
1945
U.S. War Production Board
Box/Folder
54/29-33
General
1945
54/34
Caskets
1945
54/35
Connoisseur Wineries
1945
54/36
Golden Age Breweries
1945
54/37
Kluge Presses
1945
King Report
Box/Folder
54/38
General
1945
54/39
Idamont-Zinc Mines Company
1945
54/40
India Cotton
1945
54/41
Jerauld Manufacturing Company
1945
54/42
Kenworth Motor Truck Corporation
1945
54/43
L-41
1945
Box/Folder
55/1
Labor Temple (Construction)
1945
55/2
Lynch Furniture Manufacturing Company
1945
55/3
M-388 Case
1945
55/4
Posner, George
1945
55/5
Rationing
1945
55/6
Roger Super Tire Service
1945
55/7
Venetian Blinds
1945
Box/Folder
55/8
U.S. War Shipping Administration
1945
55/9
International Joint Commission
1946
55/10-15
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
1946
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
55/16
General
1946
55/17
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1946
55/18
U.S. Agriculture Adjustment Agency
1946
55/19
U.S. Extension Service
1946
55/20
U.S. Farm Credit Administration
1946
55/21
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1946
55/22
U.S. National Forest Service
1946
55/23
U.S. Production and MarketingAdministration
1946
55/24
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1946
55/25
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
1946
55/26
Alfalfa Investigations
1946
55/27
Appropriations
1946
55/28
Dairy, Butter, Milk
1946
55/29
Foreign Labor
1946
55/30
Production and Marketing
1946
Wheat Orders
1946
Box/Folder
55/31
General
1946
55/32
Millers
1946
Box/Folder
55/33
U.S. Budget Bureau
1946
55/34
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1946
U.S. Civilian Production Administration
Box/Folder
5/35
General
1946
55/36-39
Constituent Correspondence
1946
56/1
Flour Sacks
1946
56/2
Seattle Gas Company
1946
U.S. Commerce Department
Box
56/3
General
1946
Box/Folder
56/4
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1946
56/5
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1946
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
56/6
General
1946
56/7-8
Direct Route to Hawaii
1946
56/9
Orient
1946
Box/Folder
56/10
U.S. Census Bureau
1946
U.S. International Trade OperationsOffice
Box/Folder
56/11
General
1946
56/12
Hughes, Joe (Oneotha)
1946
Box/Folder
56/13
U.S. Patent Office
1946
56/14
U.S. Weather Bureau
1946
56/15
Coal to China
1946
Box/Folder
56/16
U.S. Defense Transportation Office
1946
56/17
U.S. Economic Stabilization Office
1946
56/18
U.S. Employment Service
1946
56/19
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1946
56/20
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1946
56/21
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1946
56/22
U.S. Federal Economic Administration
1946
56/23
U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1946
56/24
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1946
56/25-29
U.S. Federal Public Housing Administration
1946
56/30
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
1946
56/31
U.S. Federal Security Agency
1946
56/32
U.S. Federal Social Security
1946
56/33
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1946
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
56/34
General
1946
56/35-36
Constituent Correspondence
1946
56/37
Public Roads
1946
Box/Folder
56/38
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1946
56/39
U.S. General Accounting Office
1946
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
56/40
General
1946
56/41
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1946
56/42
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1946
56/43
U.S. Fish and Wild Life Service
1946
57/1
U.S. Indian Affairs Office
1946
57/2
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1946
57/3
U.S. Mines Bureau
1946
57/4
U.S. National Parks Service
1946
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
57/5
General
1946
57/6
Grand Coulee Dam -- Mason City Townsite
1946
57/7
Siphon at Soap Lake
1946
Box/Folder
57/8
U.S. Relocation Authority
1946
57/9
Alaska Railroad
1946
57/10
Appropriations
1946
57/11
Columbia Basin Project
1946
Box/Folder
57/12
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1946
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
57/13
General
1946
57/14
U.S. Attorney General
1946
57/15
U.S. District Attorney. Washington. EasternDistrict
1946
57/16
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1946
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
57/17
General
1946
57/18
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1946
Box/Folder
57/19
U.S. Maritime Commission
1946
57/20
U.S. National Housing Administration
1946
57/21-22
U.S. National Housing Agency
1946
57/23
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1946
57/24
U.S. National Wage Stabilization Board
1946
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
57/25-26
General
1946
57/27
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1946
57/28
U.S. Marine Corps
1946
57/29
U.S. Navy. 13th District
1946
57/30
U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office
1946
57/31
U.S. Navy. Medicine and Surgery Bureau
1946
57/32
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1946
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
57/33
General
1946
57/34
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1946
Box/Folder
57/35
Appropriations
1946
57/36
Bellingham Port
1946
57/37
Demobilization
1946
57/38
Waste
1946
57/39
Unified Command
1946
U.S. Price Administration Office
Box/Folder
58/1-11
General
1946
58/12
Butler
1946
58/13
Cherry Boxes
1946
58/14
Corn Sugar
1946
58/15
Cotton
1946
58/16
Dairy
1946
58/17-18
Feed
1946
58/19
Fir Doors
1946
58/20
Frye & Company
1946
58/21
Iverson & Sons
1946
58/22
Laundries, Surcharges
1946
58/23-27
Lumber
1946
58/28
Machinery
1946
58/29-30
Meat Packing
1946
59/1
Millers
1946
59/2
Nettleship (M.) and Company
1946
59/3
Newsprint
1946
59/4
Plywood
1946
59/5
Rent
1946
59/6
Seattle, WA
1946
59/7-9
Sugar
1946
59/10
Washington Brick and Lime
1946
59/11
Wheat Order
1946
Box/Folder
59/12
U.S. Public Buildings Administration
1946
59/13
U.S. Public Health Service
1946
59/14
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1946
59/15
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1946
59/16
U.S. Smaller War Plants Corporation
1946
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
59/17
General
1946
59/18
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1946
59/19
Foreign Service Personnel
1946
59/20
International
1946
59/21
Russia
1946
59/22
Spain
1946
59/23
Taylor, Myron C. -- appointment as U.S.Representative to the Vatican
1946
59/24
United Nations
1946
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
59/25
General
1946
59/26
Reciprocity Information
1946
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
59/27
General
1946
59/28
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1946
59/29
U.S. Coast Guard
1946
59/30
U.S. Customs Bureau
1946
59/31
Procurement
1946
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
59/32-33
General
1946
59/34
Apprenticeship Program
1946
59/35
Stelle, John
1946
U.S. War Assets Administration
Box/Folder
60/1-8
Constituent Correspondence
1946
60/9
Baxter General Hospital (Spokane, WA)
1946
60/10
Paine Field
1946
60/11
Spokane Air Depot (Geiger Field)
1946
60/12
Spokane Steel
1946
Box/Folder
60/13
U.S. War Damage Corporation
1946
U.S. War Department
1946
Box/Folder
60/14-15
General
1946
60/16
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1946
60/17
Daily Pacifican
1946
60/18
Transportation
1946
Box/Folder
60/19
U.S. War Labor Board
1946
60/20
U.S. War Mobilization and Reconversion Office
1946
60/21
U.S. War Shipping Administration
1946
60/22
International Joint Commission
1947
60/23
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
1947
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
60/24
General
1947
60/25
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1947
60/26
U.S. Agricultural Adjustment Agency
1947
60/27
U.S. Farm Credit Administration
1947
60/28
U.S. Farm Security Administration
1947
60/29
U.S. National Forest Service
1947
60/30
U.S. Plant Quarantine and EntomologyBureau
1947
60/31
U.S. Production and MarketingAdministration
1947
60/32
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1947
60/33
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
1947
60/34
U.S. Sugar Ration Administration
1947
60/35-36
Appropriations
1947
60/37
Crawford, A. Forbes (non-perishable fooditems)
1947
60/38
Dried Apples
1947
60/39
Farm Labor Camps
1947
60/40
Foreign Labor
1947
60/41
Meat Dollars -- Farmers' Share
1947
60/42
Turkey Growers Price Support
1947
Box/Folder
61/1
U.S. Alien Property Custodian
1947
61/2
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
1947
61/3
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1947
61/4
U.S. Civilian Production Administration
1947
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
61/5
General
1947
61/6
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1947
61/7
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1947
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
61/8
General
1947
61/9
Air Safety
1947
61/10
Hawaiian Route
1947
Box/Folder
61/11
U.S. Census Bureau
1947
U.S. International Trade OperationsOffice
Box/Folder
61/12-13
General
1947
61/14
Fish
1947
Box/Folder
61/15
U.S. National Inventors Council
1947
61/16
U.S. National Standards Bureau
1947
61/17
U.S. Patent Office
1947
U.S. Commerce Department (cont.)
Box/Folder
61/18
U.S. Weather Bureau
1947
61/19
Appropriations
1947
Box/Folder
61/20
U.S. Conciliation Service
1947
61/21
U.S. Courts Administration
1947
61/22
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1947
61/23-24
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1947
61/25
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1947
61/26
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1947
61/27
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1947
U.S. Federal Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
61/28-29
General
1947
61/30
Appropriations -- Government CorporationBill
1947
61/31-32
Constituent Correspondence
1947
Box/Folder
61/33
U.S. Federal Security Agency
1947
61/34
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1947
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
62/1
General
1947
62/2
Constituent Correspondence
1947
62/3
U.S. Public Building Administration
1947
62/4
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1947
62/5-6
Renton (WA) Hospital
1947
62/7
Roosevelt Memorial Hospital, Bremerton,WA
1947
Box/Folder
62/8
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1947
62/9
U.S. General Accounting Office -- U.S. Controller General (Warden)
1947
62/10
U.S. Government Report Office
1947
62/11
U.S. Home Loan Bank Board
1947
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
62/12
General
1947
62/13
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1947
62/14
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1947
62/15
U.S. Fish and Wild Life Service
1947
U.S. Indian Affairs Office
Box/Folder
62/16
General
1947
62/17
Klickitat (Antanum) & Wapato Projects
1947
62/18
Mellinger Funeral Contact
1947
Box/Folder
62/19
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1947
62/20
U.S. Mines Bureau
1947
62/21
U.S. National Park Service
1947
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
62/22
General
1947
62/23
Appropriations
1947
62/24
Ephrata Air Base
1947
62/25
Grand Coulee Dam Townsite
1947
Columbia Basin Project
Box/Folder
62/26
General
1947
62/27
Report
1947
62/28
Ludwig, R. I. (The Tide Company, Tacoma, WA)
1947
Box/Folder
62/29
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1947
U.S. Justice Department
1947
Box/Folder
62/30
General
1947
62/31
U.S. Attorney General
1947
62/32
U.S. Alien Property Custodian (Geisha CrabLabel)
1947
62/33
U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService
1947
62/34
Appointments
1947
62/35
Appropriations
1947
62/36
Judicial Appointments
1947
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
63/1
General
1947
63/2
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1947
63/3
U.S. Labor Statistics Bureau
1947
U.S. Maritime Commission
Box/Folder
63/4-6
General
1947
63/7
Carson, Joseph
1947
63/8
Foss Bid (Hoffman, Ferguson)
1947
63/9
Seidelhuber Sea Chest Case
1947
63/10
S.S. Diamond Cement
1947
U.S. National Housing Administration
1947
U.S. Housing Expeditor
Box/Folder
63/11
Access Road Problem
1947
63/12
Douglas Fir Plywood Industry
1947
63/13
Paris, Ben
1947
Box/Folder
63/14-16
U.S. National Housing Agency
1947
63/17
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1947
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
63/18-19
General
1947
63/20
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1947
63/21
U.S. Marine Corps
1947
63/22
U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office
1947
63/23
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1947
63/23
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
Box/Folder
63/24
General
1947
63/25
Marton, Jules
1947
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1947
Box/Folder
63/26
General
1947
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
Box/Folder
63/27
General
1947
63/28
Trammell Act Amendments
1947
Box/Folder
63/29
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station
1947
63/30
Attu and Adak, Alaska -- HousingConstruction
1947
63/31
Vancouver Shipyard
1947
Appropriations
Box/Folder
63/32
General
1947
63/33
War and Navy
1947
63/34
Keyport, WA
1947
63/35
Navy Reserve (Olympia, WA)
1947
63/36
Pier 90
1947
63/37
Unified Command
1947
63/38
U.S. Navy. Hospital. Seattle, WA
1947
63/39
U.S. Navy. Postgraduate School
1947
U.S. Price Administration Office
Box/Folder
64/1
General
1947
64/2
Hall Packing Company
1947
64/3
Hanses Packing Company (overslaughtercases)
1947
64/4
Walker, R. D. (meal subsidy problem)
1947
Box/Folder
64/5
U.S. Philippine War Damage Commission
1947
64/6
U.S. Quota Committee (premium price for copper, lead and zinc)
1947
64/7
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1947
64/8
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1947
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
64/9
General
1947
64/10
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1947
64/11
Gould, Chuck
1947
64/12
International
1947
64/13
International Pacific Bases
1947
Reciprocity Information Committee
Box/Folder
64/14-16
General
1947
64/17
Fishing Matters
1947
Box/Folder
64/18
Russia
1947
U.S. Surplus Property Office
Box/Folder
64/19
General
1947
64/20-23
Constituent Correspondence
1947
64/24
Construction Equipment
1947
64/25
Drumheller & Madden
1947
64/26
Farragot Naval Air Station
1947
64/27-28
Farragot Naval Air Station College
1947
65/1
Hospital -- Seattle, WA
1947
65/2
Pilot Plan
1947
65/3
Renton Air Ship
1947
65/4
Spokane Air Depot
1947
65/5
Spokane County. Fire Protection District#3
1947
65/6
Spokane Naval Air Reserve Request
1947
Box/Folder
65/7
U.S. Tariff Commission
1947
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
65/8
General
1947
65/9
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1947
65/10
U.S. Customs Bureau
1947
65/11
U.S. Federal Surplus Bureau
1947
65/12
Appointments
1947
65/13
Appropriations
1947
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
65/14
General
1947
65/15
Fort Wright Use for Veterans
1947
Hospitals
Box/Folder
65/16
General
1947
65/17
U.S. Veterans Administration Hospital. Seattle, WA
1947
65/18-19
U.S. Veterans Administration Hospital. Spokane, WA
1947
Box/Folder
65/20
Legislation
1947
U.S. War Department
Box/Folder
65/21-23
General
1947
65/24
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1947
65/25
U.S. Army. Finance Office
1947
65/26
U.S. Army. Quartermaster Corps
1947
65/27
Appropriations
1947
65/28
Bremerton Air Show
1947
65/29
Rivers and Harbors Bill
1947
Box/Folder
65/30
U.S. War Mobilization and Reconversion Office. Temporary Control Office
1947
65/31
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
1948
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
65/32
General
1948
65/33
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1948
65/34
U.S. National Forest Service
1948
65/35
U.S. Production and MarketingAdministration
1948
65/36
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1948
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
Box/Folder
65/37
General
1948
65/38-39
District Reports
1948
Box/Folder
66/1
Apples
1948
Appropriations
Box/Folder
66/2
General
1948
66/3
Fiscal Year 1948
1948
66/4
Fiscal Year 1949
1948
Box/Folder
66/5
Dried Apples
1948
66/6
Potato Allotment (Roza Project and BentonCo.)
1948
Box/Folder
66/7
Miscellaneous
1948
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
66/8
General
1948
66/9
Report to Congress
1948
Box/Folder
66/10
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1948
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
66/11
General
1948
66/12
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1948
66/13
U.S. Census Bureau
1948
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
Box/Folder
66/14
General
1948
66/15
Hawaiian Route
1948
Box/Folder
66/16
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
1948
66/17
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
Box/Folder
66/18-19
Constituent Correspondence
1948
66/20
American Export-Import Company
1948
66/21
Heidner and Company
1948
66/22
Jensen-McLean Company
1948
66/23
Ryan, John E.
1948
66/24
U.S. Import-Export Company
1948
66/25
U.S. Patent Office
1948
66/26
U.S. Weather Bureau
1948
66/27
Appropriations
1948
66/28
Bridges -- Vashon Island, WA
1948
66/29
Tin Allocation
1948
Box/Folder
66/30
U.S. Defense Transportation Office
1948
U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration
Box/Folder
66/31
General
1948
66/32
Marshall Plan
1948
Box/Folder
66/33
U.S. Executive Department
1948
66/34
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1948
66/35
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1948
66/36
U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1948
66/37
U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
1948
66/38
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1948
66/39
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
1948
U.S. Federal Security Agency
Box/Folder
67/1
General
1948
67/2
U.S. Employees Compensation Bureau
1948
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Box/Folder
67/3
Brandelfels, Carl
1948
67/4
Canned Oyster Fill
1948
Box/Folder
67/5
U.S. Public Health Service
1948
Box/Folder
67/6
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1948
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
67/7
General
1948
67/8
Constituent Correspondence
1948
67/9
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1948
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
67/10
General
1948
67/11
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1948
67/12
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1948
67/13
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1948
67/14
U.S. Geological Survey
1948
67/15
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1948
67/16
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1948
67/17
U.S. Mines Bureau
1948
67/18
U.S. National park Service
1948
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
67/19-20
General
1948
67/21-22
Appropriations Supplemental
Box/Folder
67/23-24
General
1948
67/25
Correspondence
1948
67/26
Power
1948
67/27
Columbia River Water
1948
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
67/28
General
1948
67/29
Ohio Ferro Alloys Corporation FreightRates
1948
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
67/30
U.S. Attorney General
1948
67/31
Freedom Train
1948
67/32
Judicial Appropriations
1948
67/33
Refrigeration Patents Corporation
1948
Box/Folder
67/34
U.S. Labor Department
1948
67/35
U.S. Library of Congress
1948
U.S. Maritime Commission
Box/Folder
68/1
General
1948
68/2
Cargo Reports
1948
68/3
Navy Reserve (Olympia, WA)
1948
68/4
Ship Construction Contracts (see also: NavyDept.)
1948
U.S. National Housing Administration
Box/Folder
68/5
U.S. Housing Expediter (Inland Empire Early BirdsBreakfast Club)
1948
U.S. National Housing Agency
Box/Folder
68/6
General
1948
68/7
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1948
68/8
U.S. Federal Public Housing Authority
1948
68/9
U.S. Housing and Home FinanceAdministration
1948
Box/Folder
68/10
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1948
68/11
U.S. National Security Resources Board
1948
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
68/12-13
General
1948
68/14
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1948
68/15
U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office
1948
68/16
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
1948
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
68/17
General
1948
68/18
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1948
Box/Folder
68/19
Airfield Charges at Outlying Fields (Mt. Vernon, WAand Port Townsend, WA)
1948
68/20
Appropriations
1948
68/21
Naval Air Reserve for Spokane
1948
68/22
Puget Sound Naval Base Association
1948
68/23
Ship Construction Contracts (see also: MaritimeCommission)
1948
U.S. Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
68/24
General
1948
68/25
Lakeview Terrace; Kirkland, WA; Houghton,WA
1948
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Box/Folder
68/26
General
Box/Folder
68/27
Tacoma Narrows Bridge (Washington. Toll Bridge Authority)
1948
Box/Folder
68/28
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1948
68/29
U.S. Selective Service System
1948
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
68/30
General
1948
68/31
U.S. Displaced Persons Commission
1948
68/32
Commercial Matters (reciprocal trade, exports,imports)
1948
68/33
Fisheries
1948
68/34
Russia
1948
Box/Folder
68/35
U.S. Tariff Commission
1948
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
68/36
General
1948
68/37
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1948
68/38
U.S. Coast Guard
1948
68/38
U.S. Customs Bureau
1948
Box/Folder
68/39
General
1948
68/40
Marupapa
Box/Folder
68/41
U.S. Federal Supplies Bureau
1948
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
Box/Folder
68/42
Alcohol Tax Unit
1948
68/43
Lampman, Durrell Forest (Informer Case)
1948
68/44
Spokane Greek American Club
1948
Box/Folder
68/45
U.S. Unemployment Compensation Board
1948
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
69/1
General
1948
69/2
Flight Training Program
1948
69/3
Miscellaneous
1948
U.S. War Department
Box/Folder
69/4-5
General
1948
69/6
U.S. War Department. Secretary
1948
69/7
U.S. Air Force
1948
69/8
U.S. Army. Quartermaster Corps
1948
69/9
U.S. Army. R.O.T.C.
1948
69/10
U.S. Army. Transportation Corps
1948
69/11
U.S. Munitions Board
1948
69/12
U.S. National Defense Office
1948
69/13
Civil Functions Bill
1948
69/14
Phosphate Rock Shipments for Olympia, WA
1948
U.S. War Assets Administration
Box/Folder
69/15-16
Constituent Correspondence
1948
69/17
Cleveland Blast Furnace
1948
69/18
Construction Equipment
1948
69/19
Fort Columbia
1948
69/20
Mukilteo Dock
1948
69/21
Wenatchee Alloys Plant Plane
1948
Box/Folder
69/22
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
1949
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
69/23
General
1949
69/24
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1949
69/25
U.S. Farm Credit Administration
1949
69/26
U.S. Forest Service
1949
69/27
U.S. Production and MarketingAdministration
1949
69/28
U.S. Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation Trust(Hughes, Joe)
1949
69/29
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1949
69/30-31
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
1949
69/32
Appropriations
1949
69/33
Argentine Beef
1949
69/34
Bees -- Pollination Lab
1949
69/35
Currant Jelly -- Vashon Island, WA
1949
69/36
U.S. Entomology and Plant Quarantine Bureau --cotton bales
1949
69/37
Fruit Industry
1949
69/38
Fruit Marketing Agreement (Yakima, WA)
1949
69/39
International Wheat Agreement
1949
69/40
Wheat Allotments Methods
1949
69/41
Wheat Surplus and Storage Problems
1949
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
70/1
General
1949
70/2
Idaho Reactor Station
1949
70/3
Lilienthal, David
1949
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
70/4
General
1949
70/5
Empire Airlines
1949
70/6
Inland Airways
1949
Irregular Carriers
Box/Folder
70/7
General
1949
70/8
Publications
1949
Box/Folder
70/9
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1949
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
70/10
General
1949
70/11
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1949
70/12
U.S. Census Bureau
1949
70/13
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1949
70/14
U.S. Foreign and Domestic CommerceBureau
1949
70/15
U.S. Foreign Trade Zones Board
1949
U.S. International Trade Office
Box/Folder
70/16
General
1949
70/17
Gosse (F. A.) Company
1949
70/18
International Trading Corporation
1949
70/19
Twentieth Century Distributors
1949
Box/Folder
70/20
U.S. Patent Office
1949
70/21
Appropriations
1949
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
70/22-24
General
1949
Box/Folder
70/25
U.S. Defense Department. Secretary
1949
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
70/26-27
General
1949
70/28
U.S. Air Force. Secretary
1949
Box/Folder
70/29
U.S. Array. Transportation Corps
1949
70/30
U.S. Munitions Board
1949
70/31
U.S. National Guard U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
70/32-33
General
1949
71/1
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1949
71/2
U.S. Marine Corps
1949
71/3
U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office
1949
71/4
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1949
71/5
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau U.S. Navy.Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
71/6
General
1949
71/7-8
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1949
71/9
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station
1949
71/10
Appropriations
1949
71/11
Caughrean, Milo (inventions)
1949
71/12
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen'sUnion
1949
71/13
Miscellaneous
1949
71/14
Electrosonic Research
1949
71/15-16
Supersonics Wind Tunnel
1949
71/17
U.S. Displaced Persons Commission
Including International Refugee Organization information
1949
U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration
Box/Folder
71/18
General
1949
71/19
Autolugger Company (Deering, Don)
1949
71/20
Korean Aid Program
1949
71/21
Lumber
1949
71/22
Pulp
1949
71/23
Shipping
1949
Box/Folder
71/24
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1949
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
Box/Folder
71/25-26
General
1949
71/27
Jones, Rogan (KVOS)
1949
Box/Folder
71/28
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1949
71/29
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1949
71/30
U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (Hawaiian International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union Strike)
1949
U.S. Federal Power Commission
Box/Folder
71/31
General
1949
71/32
Natural Gas
1949
71/33
Tacoma Application (Mossyrock and MayField)
1949
Box/Folder
71/34
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
1949
U.S. Federal Security Agency
1949
Box/Folder
71/35-36
General
1949
71/37
U.S. Public Health Administration
1949
71/38
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1949
Box/Folder
71/39
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1949
U.S. Federal Works Agency
Box/Folder
71/40
General
1949
71/41
U.S. Community Facilities Bureau
1949
72/1
U.S. Public Buildings Administration
1949
72/2
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1949
Box/Folder
72/3
U.S. General Services Administration
1949
72/4
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency
1949
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
72/5
General
1949
72/6
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1949
72/7
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1949
72/8
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1949
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
Box/Folder
72/9
General
1949
72/10
Colville Indian Reservation (Restoration of "Opened" Land)
1949
72/11
Timber Sale on Quinalt Indian Reservation
1949
U.S. Land Management Bureau
Box/Folder
72/12
General
1949
72/13
Spokane Office Employees
1949
Box/Folder
72/14
U.S. Mines Bureau
1949
U.S. National Park Service
Box/Folder
72/15
General
1949
72/16
Electric Train to Mt. Rainier
1949
Box/Folder
72/17
Zimsen, A. H. -- Rialto Beachapplication
1949
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
72/18
General
1949
71/19
Okanogan Valley Bus Line
1949
Box/Folder
72/20
Alaska
1949
72/21-23
Appropriations
1949
72/24
Columbia Basin Project
1949
Box/Folder
72/25
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1949
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
72/26
General
1949
72/27
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1949
72/28
U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService
1949
72/29
Appropriations
1949
72/30
Dennis, Charles
1949
72/31
Judicial Appointments
1949
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
72/32
General
1949
72/33
U.S. Labor Statistics Bureau
1949
Box/Folder
72/34
U.S. Locomotive Inspection Bureau
1949
U.S. Maritime Commission
Box/Folder
72/35
General
1949
72/36
Mcllvanic Machine Works (Yakima, WA)
1949
72/37
Marine Design Company (Buggerud, O. J.)
1949
Box/Folder
72/38
U.S. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
1949
72/39
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1949
73/1
U.S. Philippine War Damage Commission
1949
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
73/2
Mail Pilfering
1949
U.S. Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
73/3
General
1949
73/4
Forks, WA
1949
73/5
North Pacific Contractors, Ltd.
1949
73/6
War Housing Disposition -- Renton, WA
1949
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Box/Folder
73/7-8
General
1949
73/9
Carney Rock Wool Company
1949
73/10
Soap Lake Telephone Exchange (Tillman, A.E.)
1949
73/11
Wenatchee Packing Company
1949
Box/Folder
73/12
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1949
73/13
U.S. Selective Service System
1949
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
73/14
General
1949
73/15
Acheson, Dean -- nomination as U.S. Secretary ofState
1949
72/16
Canadian Coal
1949
73/17
Communist China Recognition
1949
73/18
Fisheries
1949
73/19-20
Foreign Policy
1949
73/21-22
Hungary -- Cardinal Mindzenty
1949
73/23
Italian Colonies
1949
Reciprocal Trade
Box/Folder
73/24
Cherries
1949
73/25
Miscellaneous Agricultural Commodities
1949
Box/Folder
73/26
U.S. Supreme Court
1949
73/27
U.S. Tariff Commission
1949
73/28
U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority
1949
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
73/29
General
1949
73/30
U.S. Customs Bureau
1949
73/31
U.S. Federal Supply Bureau
1949
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
Box/Folder
73/32
Disabled Veterans Tax Problem
1949
73/33
Whisky Labels -- Cooperage
1949
Box/Folder
73/34
Alcohol Tax Unit
1949
73/35
Appropriations
1949
73/36
Gold
1949
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
74/1-2
General
1949
74/3
Appraisal for Loans
1949
74/4
Veterans Organizations
1949
U.S. War Assets Administration
1949
Box/Folder
74/5
General
1949
74/6
Columbia Metals (Gallagher, Jim)
1949
74/6a
Tree Blight (Spokane, WA)
1949
74/7
Troutdale, OR (Fume Damage)
1949
74/8
Vancouver Barracks (Highway Right ofWay)
1949
74/9
Wasmer, Lou
1949
Box/Folder
74/10
International Joint Commission
1950
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
74/11
General
1950
74/12
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1950
U.S. Farmers Home Administration
Box/Folder
74/13
General
1950
74/14
Spokane Office
1950
Box/Folder
74/15
U.S. Forest Service
1950
74/16
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1950
74/17
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
1950
74/18
Appropriations
1950
74/19
Apple Problems
1950
74/20
Dried Eggs -- China
1950
74/21
Grain Bins
1950
74/22-23
Hoof and Mouth Disease Laboratory
1950
74/24
Maricold, Inc. (Bair, Julian)
1950
74/25
Peas
1950
74/26
Potatoes
1950
74/27
Spruce Budworm (timber pest control)
1950
74/28
Stump Land Clearance
1950
74/29
Wheat Differential
1950
Box/Folder
74/30
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
1950
75/1
U.S. Budget Bureau
1950
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
75/2
General
1950
75/3
Golden North Airways, Inc.
1950
75/4
Irregular Carriers
1950
Box/Folder
75/5
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1950
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
75/6
General
1950
Box/Folder
75/7
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1950
U.S. Census Bureau
Box/Folder
75/8
General
1950
75/9
Decennial Census
1950
75/10
Form and Official Communications
1950
Box/Folder
75/11
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1950
75/12
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1950
75/13
U.S. Maritime Administration
1950
75/13
U.S. National Production Authority
Box/Folder
75/14
General
1950
75/15
Regulations
1950
U.S. Public Roads Administration
Box/Folder
75/16
General
1950
75/17
Pasco, WA -- Columbia River Bridge
1950
75/18
Vancouver Freeway
1950
75/19
White Pass Highway
1950
75/20
International Trade
1950
75/21
Mitchell, Harry O. (Pacific Export-ImportCatalog)
1950
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
75/22
General
1950
75/23
U.S. Defense Department. Secretary
1950
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
75/24-25
General
1950
75/26
U.S. Air Force. Secretary
1950
75/27
U.S. Air Force. David-Monthan Air Base (Tuscon, AZ)
1950
75/28
U.S. Air Force. Moses Lake Air Base
1950
75/29
U.S. Air Force. Spokane Air Base
1950
75/30
Air Show Requests
Housing
Box/Folder
75/31
Alaska
1950
75/32
Anchorage
1950
75/33
Fort Lewis, McChord, Fort Lawton
1950
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
75/34-37
General
1950
76/1
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps (Japanese cementimports)
1950
U.S. Army. Quartermaster Corps
Box/Folder
76/2
Dried Peas
1950
76/3
Fish to Japanese Occupation Forces
1950
76/4
Washington Cooperative Association
1950
Box/Folder
76/5
U.S. Array. R.O.T.C.
1950
76/6
U.S. Army. Transportation Corps
1950
76/7
U.S. Army. Fort Lawton
1950
76/8
Appropriations
1950
76/9
Seattle, WA -- Port of Embarkation
1950
Box/Folder
76/10
U.S. Munitions Board
1950
76/11
U.S. National Guard
1950
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
76/12-13
General
1950
76/14
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1950
76/15
U.S. Marine Corps
1950
76/16
U.S. Military Sea Transportation Service
1950
76/17
U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office
1950
76/18
U.S. Navy. Ordinance Bureau
1950
76/19
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1950
76/19
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
Box/Folder
76/20
General
1950
76/21
Buffalo Sanitary Wipers Company
1950
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
76/22
General
1950
76/23
Tacoma Annex Transfer
1950
76/24
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1950
76/25-28
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station
1950
Box/Folder
76/29
Appropriations
1950
76/30-31
Bremerton, WA -- Sewage Disposal Problem
1950
76/32
Public Works Bill (Rocket Target Range)
1950
Appropriations
Box/Folder
76/33
General
1950
76/34
H.R. 4146
1950
76/35
Bartley's Car Barn
1950
76/36
Frye Company Claims
1950
76/37
National Security Act Amendment
1950
76/38
Submarines
1950
76/39
Wheat or Flour to Japan
1950
U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration
Box/Folder
76/40
General
1950
76/41
Dried Apples
1950
77/1-3
Lumber
1950
U.S. Executive Department
Box/Folder
77/4
White House Staff
1950
77/5
U.S. Executive Mansion RenovationCommission
1950
Box/Folder
77/6
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1950
77/7-9
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1950
77/10
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1950
77/11-12
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1950
77/13
U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
1950
77/14
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1950
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
Box/Folder
77/15
General
1950
77/16
Regulation W
1950
U.S. Federal Security Agency
Box/Folder
77/17
General
1950
77/18
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1950
77/19
U.S. Public Health Service
1950
Box/Folder
77/20
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1950
77/21
U.S. Federal Works Agency.
1950
U.S. Community Facilities Bureau
1950
U.S. General Services Administration
Box/Folder
77/22
General
1950
77/23
Boeing (Renton, WA)
1950
77/24
Farragut Naval Center, Idaho
1950
77/25
Vancouver Barracks
1950
Box/Folder
77/26
U.S. Home Loan Bank Board
1950
77/27
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency.
1950
U.S. Community Facilities Service
1950
Box/Folder
77/28-29
U.S. Housing Expediter
1950
Box/Folder
77/30
U.S. Indian Claims Commission
1950
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
78/1
General
1950
78/2
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1950
78/3
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1950
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Box/Folder
78/4
General
1950
78/5
Alaska Herring Quotas
1950
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
Box/Folder
78/6
General
1950
78/7
Fleming, Darrell -- nomination as U.S. Yakima Indian Reservation Superintendent
1950
Box/Folder
78/8
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1950
78/9
U.S. Mines Bureau
1950
78/9
U.S. National Park Service
Box/Folder
78/10
General
1950
78/11
Mt. Rainier National Park
1950
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
78/12
General
1950
78/13
Appropriations
1950
78/14
Roza Project
1950
Box/Folder
78/15
Appropriations
1950
78/16
Alaska Railroad
1950
78/17
Rudy, Les (Alaska contract)
1950
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
78/18
General
1950
78/19
Box Cars
1950
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
78/20
General
1950
78/21
U.S. Attorney General
1950
78/22
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1950
78/23
U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService
1950
78/24
U.S. Justice Department. Anti-TrustDivision
1950
78/25-26
Judicial Appointments
1950
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
78/27
General
1950
78/28
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1950
78/29
U.S. President. Migratory Labor Commission (MexicanLabor Imports)
1950
78/30
Wage and Hours Division (cherry packers)
1950
78/31
U.S. Motor Carrier Claims Commission
1950
78/32
U.S. National Advisory Committee forAeronautics
1950
78/33
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1950
78/34
U.S. National Mediation Board
1950
78/35
U.S. National Science Foundation
1950
78/36
U.S. National Security Resources Board
1950
79/1
U.S. Philippine War Damage Commission
1950
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
79/2
Mail Handlers
1950
79/3
Mail Contracts by Boat
1950
79/4
Reduction in Service
1950
U.S. Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
79/5-6
General
1950
79/7
Sheridan Park, Bremerton, WA
1950
U.S Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Box/Folder
79/8-10
General
1950
79/11
U.S. Federal National MortgageAssociation
1950
Box/Folder
79/12
U.S. Selective Service System
1950
79/13
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1950
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
79/14-16
General
1950
79/17
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1950
79/18-19
British Columbia Timber
1950
79/20
China
1950
79/21
Fisheries
1950
79/22
Foreign Policy
1950
79/23
Japanese Peace Treaty
1950
79/24
Radio
1950
79/25-26
Reciprocal Trade (Berries)
1950
79/27
Recognition of Communist China
1950
79/28
Religious Freedom in Italy
1950
79/29
Seattle, WA -- Japanese and ChineseConsulates
1950
79/30
Shingles and Shakes
1950
79/31
Vatican
1950
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
79/32
General
1950
79/33
Bulbs
1950
80/1
Fish
1950
80/2
Furs
1950
80/3
Glassware
1950
80/4
Hams
1950
80/5
Lead Problem
1950
80/6
Lumber (Canadian)
1950
80/7
Mushrooms
1950
80/8-10
Nuts
1950
80/11
Paper
1950
80/12-13
Reciprocal Trade -- agriculturalcommodities
1950
Box/Folder
80/14
U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority
1950
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
80/15
General
1950
80/16
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1950
U.S. Customs Bureau
Box/Folder
80/17
General
1950
80/18
Leuthold, Waller (Deer Park Lumber Company)
1950
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
Box/Folder
80/19
General
1950
80/20
Boyd, Winfield (Yakima, WA)
1950
Box/Folder
80/21
Appropriations
1950
80/22
Bonds and Deficit Spending
1950
80/23
Gold
1950
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
80/24-25
General
1950
80/26
Birmingham Veterans Administration Hospital (VanNuys, CA)
1950
80/27
Hospital Bed Reduction
1950
80/28
On-the-Farm Training
1950
80/29
Veterans Organizations
1950
Box/Folder
80/30
U.S. War Claims Commission
1950
80/31
International Joint Commission
1951
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
80/32-33
General
1951
81/1
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1951
81/2
U.S. Farm Credit Administration
1951
81/3
U.S. Farmers Home Administration
1951
81/4
U.S. Forest Service
1951
81/5
U.S. Production and Marketing Administration(Defense Food Orders)
1951
81/6
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1951
81/7
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
1951
81/8-10
Apples
1951
81/11
Appropriations
1951
81/12
Butter
1951
81/13
Grain Bins
1951
81/14
Peas
1951
81/15
Port of Longview
1951
81/16-17
Soil Conservation Districts Reports
1951
81/18
Spruce Budworm (timber pest control)
1951
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
81/19
General
1951
81/20-21
Rent Increases
1951
Box/Folder
81/22
U.S. Budget Bureau
1951
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
81/23
General
1951
81/24
Irregular Carriers -- Publications
1951
Box/Folder
81/25
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1951
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
81/26
General
1951
81/27
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1951
81/28
U.S. Census Bureau
1951
81/29
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1951
81/30
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1951
U.S. Maritime Administration
Box/Folder
81/31-32
General
1951
81/33-34
Alexander, H. F.
1951
U.S. National Production Authority
1951
Box/Folder
82/1-6
General
1951
82/7
Olympia Brewing Company
1951
82/8
Stubby Beer Bottle -- 11 ounce
1951
U.S. Public Roads Administration
Box/Folder
82/9
General
1951
82/10
Columbia River Bridge (Pasco, WA)
1951
82/11
Highway Construction Resolution
1951
82/12
White Pass Highway
1951
Box/Folder
82/13
International Trade
1951
Box/Folder
82/14
Kaiser Gypsum Plant -- Seattle, WA
1951
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
82/15-16
General
1951
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
82/17-19
General
1951
82/20
U.S. Air Force. Secretary
1951
82/20
Housing
1951
Box/Folder
82/21
Alaska
1951
82/22
Fort Lewis, McChord, Fort Lawton
1951
82/23
Proposed Air Academy
1951
82/24
U.S. Air Force. Moses Lake Air Base
1951
82/25
U.S. Air Force. Spokane Air Base
1951
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
82/26-28
General
1951
82/29-30
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps (flood control)
1951
82/31
U.S. Army. R.O.T.C.
1951
83/1-2
Appropriations
1951
83/3
Panama Canal Pilots
1951
Box/Folder
83/4-5
U.S. Munitions Board
1951
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
83/6-8
General
1951
83/9
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1951
83/10
U.S. Marine Corps
1951
83/11
U.S. Navy. R.O.T.C.
1951
83/12
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1951
83/13
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
1951
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1951
Box/Folder
83/14
General
1951
83/15
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1951
83/16
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station
1951
Box/Folder
83/17
Dorsey, Eli
1951
83/18
Patrol Squadron
1951
Box/Folder
83/19
Boeing
1951
83/20
R.O.T.C. Programs
1951
Box/Folder
83/21
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office
1951
U.S. Defense Production Administration
Box/Folder
83/22
General
1951
83/23-24
Aluminum Plants Moving Proposal
1951
83/25
Critical Areas Committee (Defense HousingBill)
1951
Box/Folder
83/26
U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration
1951
U.S. Economic Stabilization Agency
Box/Folder
83/27
General
1951
U.S. Price Stabilization Office
Box/Folder
83/28-32
General
1951
84/1
Canned Salmon
1951
84/2
Seattle
1951
84/3
Wood Pulp
1951
Box/Folder
84/4-5
U.S. Wage Stabilization Office
1951
84/6
Administrative Orders
1951
Box/Folder
84/7-8
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1951
84/9
U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration
1951
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
Box/Folder
84/10
General
1951
84/11
Brown, George (WSAY, New York)
1951
84/12
KBRO, Bremerton, WA
1951
84/13
KGIB, Bremerton, WA
1951
84/14
Spokane Radio Station Coverage
1951
Box/Folder
84/15
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1951
84/16
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1951
84/17
U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
1951
U.S. Federal Power Commission
Box/Folder
84/18
General
1951
84/19
Box Canyon Project
1951
84/20
Cowlitz River Dam
1951
Box/Folder
84/21
U.S. Federal Reserve Board
1951
U.S. Federal Security Agency
Box/Folder
84/22
General
1951
84/23-26
U.S. Education Office
1951
84/27-28
U.S. Public Health Service
1951
84/29
U.S. Social Security Administration
1951
Box/Folder
84/30
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1951
84/31-32
U.S. General Services Administration
1951
84/33
U.S. Home Loan Bank Board
1951
84/34
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency
1951
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
85/1
General
1951
85/2
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary U.S. BonnevillePower Administration
1951
85/3
General
1951
85/4
Allyn-Bremerton Line
1951
85/5
Appropriations
1951
85/6
Spokane Magnesium Plant -- Chromium Mining andSmelting Corp.
1951
85/7
U.S. Defense Electric PowerAdministration
1951
85/8-9
U.S. Defense Minerals Administration
1951
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1951
Box/Folder
85/10
General
1951
85/11
Cossalraan, J. W.
1951
85/12
Herring Skippers Association
1951
85/13
Paris, James N.
1951
Box/Folder
85/14
U.S. Geological Survey
1951
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
Box/Folder
85/15
General
1951
85/16
Klamath Basin Pine Mills Corporation
1951
85/17
Tahola Indian Agency (office moved from Hoquiam to Everett)
1951
Box/Folder
85/18
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1951
85/19
U.S. Mines Bureau
1951
U.S. National Park Service
Box/Folder
85/20
General
1951
85/21-22
Lake Roosevelt
1951
Box/Folder
85/23
U.S. Petroleum Administration
1951
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
85/24
General
1951
85/25
Appropriations
1951
85/26
Schools -- Columbia Basin
1951
Box/Folder
85/27
Alaska
1951
85/28
Aluminum Plants -- Kalispel, MT and Grand Coulee,WA
1951
85/29
Bair, Roy and Crick, James -- Claims
1951
85/30
Columbia Basin Project
1951
85/31
Rudy, Les (Alaska Contract)
1951
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
85/32
General
1951
85/33
U.S. Defense TransportationAdministration
1951
85/34
Box Cars
1951
85/35
Rogers, Bob
1951
85/36
Wheeler, Charles -- appointment to the Panama CanalCompany
1951
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
86/1
General
1951
86/2
U.S. Attorney General
1951
86/3
Carsten's Packing Company
1951
86/4
Judicial Appointments
1951
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
85/5-6
General
1951
86/7
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1951
86/8
U.S. Labor Standards Bureau
1951
Box/Folder
86/9-10
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1951
86/11
U.S. National Research Council
1951
86/12
U.S. National Security Resources Board
1951
U.S. Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
86/13
General
1951
86/14-15
Bremerton Housing Problem
1951
86/16
McLoughlin Heights, Vancouver, WA -- rentincrease
1951
86/17
Sandpoint Homes
1951
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Box/Folder
86/18
General
1951
86/19
Abolition of the Corporation
1951
86/20
Carney-Pacific Rockwool Company
1951
Box/Folder
86/21
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1951
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
86/22
General
1951
86/23
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1951
86/24
Far East
1951
86/25
Foreign Policy
1951
86/26
International
1951
86/27
Iran
1951
86/28
Radio
1951
86/29
Reciprocal Trade
1951
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
86/30
General
1951
86/31
Baler Twine Problem
1951
86/32
Bulbs
1951
86/33
Furs
1951
86/34
Nuts
1951
Box/Folder
86/35
U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority
1951
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
86/36
General
1951
86/37
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1951
86/38
U.S. Coast Guard (loading explosives atharbors)
1951
86/39
U.S. Customs Bureau
1951
86/40
Gold
1951
86/41
Tacoma Central Bank
1951
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
87/1-3
General
1951
87/4
Veterans Organizations
1951
Box/Folder
87/5
International Joint Commission
1952
87/6
United Nations International Childrens' Emergency Fund
1952
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
87/7-8
General
1952
87/9
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1952
87/10
U.S. Farmers Home Administration
1952
87/11
U.S. Forest Service
1952
87/12
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1952
87/13
Apples and Pears
1952
87/14
Appropriations
1952
87/15
Hoof and Mouth Disease Laboratory
1952
87/16
Port of Longview
1952
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
87/17
General
1952
87/18
Disposal of Government Owned Business Facilities atHanford, WA
1952
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
87/19
General
1952
87/20
Aircoach Transportation Association
1952
87/21-22
Empire Renewal Case -- Walla Walla, WA
1952
Box/Folder
87/23
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1952
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
87/24
General
1952
87/25
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1952
87/26
U.S. Census Bureau
1952
87/27
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1952
87/28
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1952
87/29-30
U.S. Maritime Administration
1952
88/1-3
U.S. National Production Authority
1952
88/4
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1952
88/5
U.S. Standards Bureau (Hearing AidsSelection)
1952
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
88/6
General
1952
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
88/7
General
1952
88/8
U.S. Air Force. R.O.T.C.
1952
88/9
U.S. Air Force. Fairchild Air Force Base
1952
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
88/10-12
General
1952
88/13
U.S. Army. Secretary
1952
88/14
U.S. Army. R.O.T.C.
1952
88/15
Anti-Aircraft Site -- Olympic View Golf Course, Seattle
1952
88/16
Appropriations
1952
88/17
Fort Lewis
1952
88/18
Housing -- Fort Warden and Port Townsend, WA
1952
88/18a
Seattle, WA -- Port of Embarkation
1952
U.S. Munitions Board
Box/Folder
88/19
General
1952
88/20
Decentralization -- Procurement Offices
1952
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
88/21-22
General
1952
88/23
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1952
88/24
U.S. Marine Corps
1952
88/25
U.S. Military Sea Transportation Service
1952
88/26
U.S. Navy. Ordinance Bureau
1952
88/27
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1952
88/28
U.S. Navy. Supplies and Accounts Bureau
1952
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
88/29
General
1952
88/30
U.S. Navy. Pasco Naval Air Base
1952
88/31
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1952
Box/Folder
89/1
Lake Pend Oreille Bomb Test
1952
89/2
Naval Industrial Reserve Shipyard. Everett, WA
1952
89/3
Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company
1952
Box/Folder
89/4
Brush and Spray Painting (Allied PaintingCo.)
1952
Box/Folder
89/5
U.S. Defense Materials Procurement Agency
1952
89/6
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office
1952
U.S. Defense Production Administration
Box/Folder
89/7
General
1952
89/8
Bridgeport, WA -- Critical Defense Area
1952
89/9
Critical Area Commission (Defense HousingBill)
1952
89/10
Northwest Power Shortage
1952
Box/Folder
89/11
U.S. Defense Transportation Administration
1952
89/12
U.S. Economic Cooperation Authority
1952
U.S. Economic Stabilization Agency
U.S. Price Stabilization Office
Box/Folder
89/13-15
General
1952
89/16
Fuel Oil Price Adjustment
1952
89/17
Milk
1952
89/18
Optometry
1952
89/19
Poles and Piling
1952
89/20
Ports Decontrol
1952
89/21
Potatoes
1952
Box/Folder
89/22
U.S. Salary Stabilization Office
1952
U.S. Wage Stabilization Board
Box/Folder
89/23
General
1952
89/24
Productivity Issue
1952
89/25-27
Steel Strike -- Union Shop
1952
Box/Folder
89/28
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1952
89/29
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1952
89/30-31
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1952
90/1
U.S. Federal Housing Authority
1952
U.S. Federal Security Agency
Box/Folder
90/2-3
General
1952
90/4-5
U.S. Education Office
1952
90/6
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1952
90/7
U.S. Public Health Service
1952
90/8
U.S. Social Security Administration
1952
Box/Folder
90/9
U.S. Federal Reserve System
1952
90/10
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1952
90/11
U.S. General Services Administration
1952
90/12
U.S. Government Printing Office
1952
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency
Box/Folder
90/13
General
1952
90/14
U.S. Public Housing Administration
1952
90/15
Regulation X
1952
Box/Folder
90/16
U.S. Indian Claims Commission
1952
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
90/17
General
1952
90/18
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1952
90/19
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1952
90/20
U.S. Defense Electric PowerAdministration
1952
90/21
U.S. Defense Minerals Administration
1952
90/22
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1952
90/23
U.S. Geological Survey
1952
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
Box/Folder
90/24
General
1952
90/25
Crane Creek Logging Unit
1952
90/26
Johns Samson Claim
1952
Box/Folder
90/27
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1952
90/28
U.S. Mines Bureau
1952
90/29
U.S. National Park Service
1952
90/30
U.S. Petroleum Administration
1952
90/31-32
U.S. Reclamation Bureau (WallolaTownsite)
1952
90/33
Alaska Railroad
1952
90/34
Appropriations
1952
90/35
Columbia Basin Project
1952
90/36
Oil Land -- Ocean City, WA
1952
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
91/1
General
1952
91/2
U.S. Defense TransportationAdministration
1952
91/3
Anderson, Harold B.
1952
91/4
Ports Study
1952
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
91/5
General
1952
91/6
U.S. Attorney General
1952
91/7
U.S. Justice Department. Anti-TrustDivision
1952
91/8
Judicial Appointments
1952
91/9
Release of Monies for TV
1952
91/10
Time Oil Company (anti-trust suit)
1952
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
91/11
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1952
91/12
Appropriations
1952
Box/Folder
91/13
U.S. Mutual Security Agency
1952
91/14
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1952
91/15
U.S. National Mediation Board
1952
91/16
U.S. National Science Foundation
1952
91/17
U.S. Philippine War Damage Commission
1952
91/18
U.S. Post Office Department -- Prevailing Wage Scale on Trucking Mail
1952
91/19
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1952
91/20
U.S. Rent Stabilization Office
1952
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Box/Folder
91/21
General
1952
91/22
Fees and Charges
1952
91/23-25
Washington Water Power Company
1952
Box/Folder
91/26
U.S. Small Defense Plants Administration
1952
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
91/27-28
General
1952
91/29
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1952
91/30
Far East
1952
91/31
Fisheries
1952
91/32
Foreign Policy
1952
91/33
International
1952
91/34
Point 4
1952
91/35-36
Reciprocal Trade
Including cherries
1952
91/37
Seizure of Fishing Boats
1952
91/38
Voice of America
1952
Box/Folder
92/1-2
U.S. Tariff Commission
1952
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
92/3
General
1952
92/4
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1952
92/5
U.S. Coast Guard
1952
92/6
U.S. Customs Bureau
1952
92/7
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1952
92/8
Appropriations
1952
92/9
Dried Blood
1952
92/10
Gold
1952
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
92/11
General
1952
92/12-13
Beds
1952
Box/Folder
92/14
International Joint Commission
1953
92/15
United Nations. Korean Reconstruction Agency
1953
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
92/16-17
General
1953
92/18
U.S. Farmers Home Administration
1953
92/19
U.S. Forest Service
1953
92/20
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1953
92/21
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
1953
92/22-23
Wheat Flour
1953
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
92/24-25
General
1953
92/26
Appropriations
1953
92/27
North Richland Housing Association
1953
92/28
School Wing for Handicapped Children -- Richland,WA
1953
Box/Folder
92/29
U.S. Budget Bureau
1953
92/30-31
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
1953
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
92/32
General
1953
92/33
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1953
92/34
U.S. Census Bureau
1953
92/35
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1953
92/36
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1953
93/1-2
U.S. Maritime Administration
1953
93/3
U.S. National Production Authority
1953
93/4-6
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1953
93/7
Battery Additive AD-X2
1953
93/8
Gosse (F. A.) Company
1953
93/9
Highways -- Federal Aid
1953
93/10
Steel Scrap for Export
1953
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
93/11-12
General
1953
93/13
U.S. Defense Department. Secretary
1953
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
93/14-15
General
1953
93/16
Personnel
1953
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
93/17
General
1953
93/18-19
U.S. Army. Secretary
1953
93/20
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps
1953
93/21
U.S. Army. Transportation Corps
1953
93/22
Fort Lewis
1953
93/23
Fort Worden
1953
93/24
Kennydale Moorage
1953
Box/Folder
93/25
U.S. Munitions Board
1953
93/26
U.S. National Guard
1953
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
93/27-28
General
1953
93/29
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1953
94/1
U.S. Marine Corps
1953
94/2
U.S. Military Sea Transportation Service
1953
94/3
U.S. Navy. Aeronautics Bureau
1953
94/4
U.S. Navy. Industrial Relations Office
1953
94/5
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1953
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
Box/Folder
94/6
General
1953
94/7-8
U.S. Navy. Puget Sound Naval Yard
1953
94/9-11
U.S. Navy. Sand Point Naval Air Station
1953
Box/Folder
94/12
Allen, R. H. -- Meat Exchanger Company
1953
94/13
Personnel
1953
94/14
Tacoma Shipbuilding -- Birchfield Boilers
1953
94/15
Tidewater Training Corporation
1953
Box/Folder
94/16
Appropriations
1953
Box/Folder
94/17
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office
1953
94/18
U.S. Defense Production Authority
1953
U.S. Economic Stabilization Agency
Box/Folder
94/19
U.S. Price Stabilization Office
1953
94/20
U.S. Wage Stabilization Office
1953
Box/Folder
94/21
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1953
94/22
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1953
U.S. Federal Civilian Defense Administration
Box/Folder
94/23
General
1953
94/24
Ballard Hospital (Stringfellow, Bud)
1953
94/25
Seattle Regional Office Closing
1953
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1953
Box/Folder
94/26
General
1953
94/27
ABC-Paramount Merger
1953
94/28
KXLY-TV, Spokane, WA
1953
Box/Folder
94/29
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1953
94/30
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1953
94/31-32
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1953
94/33
U.S. Foreign Operations Administration
1953
94/34
U.S. General Services Administration
1953
U.S. Health, Education and Welfare Department
Box/Folder
94/35
General
1953
94/36-37
U.S. Education Office
1953
94/38
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1953
U.S. Public Health Service
Box/Folder
94/39
General
1953
95/1
Fluoridation
1953
95/2
Hospitals
1953
Box/Folder
95/3
U.S. Home Loan Bank Board
1953
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency
Box/Folder
95/4
General
1953
95/5
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1953
95/6
College Dorm Loans
1953
95/7
Public Housing
1953
95/8
Veterans Housing
1953
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
95/9
General
1953
95/10
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1953
95/11
U.S. Bonneville Power Administration
1953
95/12
U.S. Defense Minerals Administration
1953
95/13
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1953
95/14
U.S. Geological Survey
1953
95/15
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1953
95/16
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1953
95/17
U.S. Mines Bureau
1953
95/18
U.S. National Park Service
1953
95/19
U.S. Petroleum Administration
1953
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
95/20-21
General
1953
95/22
Grand Coulee Dam Rent Increases
1953
Box/Folder
95/23
Alaska Railroad
1953
95/24
Columbia Basin Project
1953
Box/Folder
95/25
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
1953
95/26
U.S. Indian Claims Commission
1953
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
95/27
General
1953
95/28
U.S. Attorney General -- subversive organizationslists
1953
95/29
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1953
95/30
U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService
1953
95/31
U.S. Justice Department. Anti-TrustDivision
1953
95/32
Judicial Appointments
1953
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
96/1
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1953
96/2
U.S. Defense Manpower Administration
1953
96/3
U.S. Labor Department. Women's Bureau
1953
96/4
U.S. Labor Standards Bureau
1953
U.S. Mutual Security Administration
Box/Folder
96/5
General
1953
96/6
Appropriations
1953
Box/Folder
96/7
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1953
96/8
U.S. National Mediation Board
1953
96/9
U.S. National Science Foundation
1953
96/10
U.S. Post Office Department -- Star Route Contracts
1953
96/11
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1953
96/12
U.S. Rent Stabilization Office
1953
96/12
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Box/Folder
96/13
General
1953
96/14
Ocean City Oil Company
1953
96/15
U.S. Small Business Administration
1953
96/16
U.S. Small Defense Plants Administration
1953
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
96/17-18
General
1953
96/19
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1953
96/20-22
U.S. Information Agency
1953
96/23
U.S. International Claims Commission
1953
96/24
Fisheries
1953
96/25
Foreign Policy
1953
96/26
International
1953
96/26a-b
Japanese Timber Industry Activities --Alaska
1953
96/27
Pentecostal Churches -- Italy
1953
96/27a
Salmon Canning Industry
1953
Box/Folder
96/28
U.S. Tariff Commission
1953
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
96/29
General
1953
96/30
U.S. Treasury Department. Secretary
1953
96/31
U.S. Coast Guard
1953
96/32
U.S. Customs Bureau
1953
96/32
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
Box/Folder
96/33
General
1953
96/34
District Heads Reorganization Appointments
1953
96/35-97/1a
Tacoma Office Move
1953
97/1b
Gold
1953
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
97/1c
General
1953
97/2
Out-Patient Care
1953
97/3
U.S. Veterans Administration. Hospital. Vancouver,WA -- closure
1953
Box/Folder
97/4
International Bank for Reconstruction
1954
97/5
International Joint Commission
1954
97/6
United Nations. Korean Reconstruction Agency
1954
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
97/7-8
General
1954
97/9
U.S. Agriculture Department. Secretary
1954
97/10
U.S. Farmers Home Administration
1954
97/11
U.S. Forest Service
1954
97/12
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1954
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
Box/Folder
97/13
General
1954
97/14
Reorganization (Secretary Benson)
1954
Box/Folder
97/15
Appropriations
1954
97/16
Composition of Foods
1954
97/17
Mint Oil
1954
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
97/18
General
1954
97/19
H-Bomb
1954
97/20-21
Hanford-Richland Rent Increase
1954
Box/Folder
97/22-23
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
1954
97/24
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1954
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
97/25
General
1954
97/26
U.S. Commerce Department. Secretary
1954
97/27
U.S. Census Bureau
1954
97/28
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1954
97/29
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1954
U.S. Maritime Administration
Box/Folder
97/30-31
General
1954
97/32
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
1954
Box/Folder
98/1
U.S. Public Roads Administration
1954
98/2-4
Appropriations
1954
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
98/5-7
General
1954
98/8
U.S. Defense Department. Secretary
1954
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
98/9
General
1954
98/10-11
U.S. Air Force Academy
1954
U.S. Air Force. Larson Air Force Base
Box/Folder
98/12
General
1954
98/13-14
Laundry
1954
Box/Folder
98/15
Personnel
1954
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
98/16
General
1954
98/17
U.S. Army. Secretary
1954
98/18
U.S. Army. Adjutant General
1954
98/19
Appropriations
1954
98/20-21
Port of Bellingham Utilization
1954
97/22
Seventh Day Adventists
1954
U.S. Navy
1954
Box/Folder
98/23-24
General
1954
98/25
U.S. Marine Corps
1954
98/25
U.S. Military Sea Transportation Service
Box/Folder
99/1
General
1954
99/2
Alaska Steamship Company
1954
99/3
U.S. Navy. R.O.T.C.
1954
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
Box/Folder
99/4
General
1954
99/5
Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Company
1954
Box/Folder
99/6
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1954
99/7
Appropriations
1954
99/8
Foreign Procurement of Ships
1954
Box/Folder
99/9
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office
1954
99/10
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1954
99/11
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1954
99/12
U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration
1954
99/13
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1954
99/14
U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Commission
1954
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
Box/Folder
99/15
General
1954
99/16
King Towers, Inc., Portland, OR
1954
Box/Folder
99/17
U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
1954
U.S. Federal Power Commission
Box/Folder
99/18
General
1954
99/19-24
Natural Gas Applications
1954
99/25
Natural Gas Import-Export (S. 1287)
1954
99/26
Northwest Natural Gas (Kinnear-Graves)
1954
Box/Folder
99/27
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1954
99/28
U.S. Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
1954
99/29
U.S. Foreign Operations Administration
1954
99/30
U.S. General Services Administration
1954
U.S. Health, Education and Welfare Department
Box/Folder
99/31
General
1954
99/32-33
U.S. Education Office
1954
100/1
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1954
100/2
U.S. Public Health Service
1954
100/3
U.S. Social Security Administration
1954
U.S. Home Loan Bank Board
Box/Folder
100/4
General
1954
100/5
Meeting (April 5, 1954)
1954
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency
Box/Folder
100/6
General
1954
100/7
Gonzaga University
1954
100/8
Seattle University
1954
100/9
Water Facility Loans
1954
Box/Folder
100/10
U.S. Information Agency
1954
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
100/11
General
1954
100/12
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1954
100/13
U.S. Defense Minerals ExplorationAdministration
1954
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Box/Folder
100/14
General
1954
100/15
U.S. National Wildlife Refuge (Othello, WA)
1954
Box/Folder
100/16
U.S. Geological Survey
1954
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
Box/Folder
100/17-18
General
1954
Box/Folder
100/19
Alaska Native Service -- Anica, AK (Peters, L.C.)
1954
U.S. Land Management Bureau
Box/Folder
100/20
General
1954
100/21
Water Exploration -- Amargosa Valley, NV
1954
Box/Folder
100/22
U.S. Mines Bureau
1954
U.S. National Park Service
Box/Folder
100/23
General
1954
100/24-25
Paradise Valley Road -- Mt. Rainier National Park
1954
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
100/26
General
1954
Grand Coulee Dam
Box/Folder
100/27
Rental and Assignment of Housing
1954
100/28-29
Town Disposal
1954
Box/Folder
100/30-31
Shipman Report (Grand Coulee Dam)
1954
Box/Folder
101/1
Appropriations
1954
Box/Folder
101/2
U.S. International Claims Commission
1954
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
101/3
General
1954
101/4
Port of Bellingham
1954
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
101/5
General
1954
101/6
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
1954
101/7
U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService
1954
101/8
Appropriations
1954
101/9
Judicial
1954
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
101/10
General
1954
101/11
U.S. Labor Department. Secretary
1954
101/12
Appropriations U.S. National Labor RelationsBoard
Box/Folder
101/13
General
1954
101/14
Seattle Bakers
1954
Box/Folder
101/15
U.S. National Mediation Board
1954
101/16
U.S. National Science Foundation
1954
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
101/17
General
1954
101/18
U.S. Postal Transportation Service (Curtailment ofService)
1954
101/19
Alaska Mail Service
1954
101/20
Mail by Truck
1954
Box/Folder
101/21-22
U.S. Public Housing Administration
1954
101/23
U.S. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
1954
101/24
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1954
101/25-26
U.S. Small Business Administration
1954
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
101/27-28
General
1954
101/29
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1954
101/30-31
Appropriations
1954
101/32
International
1954
101/33
Kalamanowitz
1954
102/1
Letters of Introduction Abroad
1954
102/2
Philippine Trade Act
1954
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
102/2a
General
1954
Fish
Box/Folder
102/3
Fillets
1954
102/4-5
Halibut, Salmon, Tuna
1954
102/6
Tuna
1954
Box/Folder
102/6a
Hops
1954
Box/Folder
102/7
U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority
1954
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
102/8
General
1954
102/9
U.S. Coast Guard
1954
102/10
U.S. Customs Bureau
1954
102/11
Gold Standard
1954
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
102/12-13
General
1954
102/14
Seattle Land for Jr. High School
1954
Box/Folder
102/15
U.S. War Claims Commission
1954
102/16
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
1955
102/17
International Joint Commission
1955
U.S. Agriculture Department
Box/Folder
102/18-19
General
1955
102/20
U.S. Entomology and Plant QuarantineBureau
1955
102/21
U.S. Farmers Home Administration
1955
U.S. Forest Service
Box/Folder
102/22
General
1955
102/23
Timber Resources Review
1955
Box/Folder
102/24
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1955
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
Box/Folder
102/25
General
1955
102/26
Soil Testing Lab (Pomeroy, WA)
1955
Box/Folder
102/27
Acreage Allotments
1955
102/28
Apple Export
1955
103/1
Berries
1955
103/2
Butter
1955
103/2
Coffee
1955
103/4
Cranberries
1955
103/5
Maritime -- grain storage on ships
1955
103/6
Wheat
1955
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
103/7
General
1955
103/8-9
Richland Property Disposal Program
1955
103/10
Roslyn-Cle Elum Coal Contracts
1955
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
103/11
General
1955
103/12-13
Pacific Air Routes -- Orient and Hawaii
1955
103/14-15
States-Alaska Case
1955
Box/Folder
103/16
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1955
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
103/17
General
1955
U.S. Census Bureau
Box/Folder
103/18
General
1955
103/19
Preliminary Agricultural Report
1955
Box/Folder
103/20
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1955
103/21
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1955
U.S. Maritime Administration
Box/Folder
103/22
General
1955
103/23
"Distant Early Warning" (DEW) Ships
1955
103/24
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
1955
Box/Folder
104/1
U.S. Public Roads Bureau
1955
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
104/2-4
General
1955
104/5
U.S. Defense Department. Secretary
1955
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
104/6-7
General
1955
104/8
Construction of Overseas Bases (Spain)
1955
104/9
Personnel
1955
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
104/10
General
1955
104/11
U.S. Army. Adjutant General
1955
U.S. Army. Transportation Corps
Box/Folder
104/12
General
1955
104/13
Bellingham, WA vs. Seattle, WA -- Port of Embarkation
1955
104/14
Pacific Northwest Cargo
1955
104/15
Seattle Cargo
1955
Box/Folder
104/16
Fort Lewis Barber Shop
1955
104/17
Fort Warden Cemetary
1955
Box/Folder
104/18
U.S. National Guard
1955
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
104/19-21
General
1955
104/22
U.S. Navy. Secretary
1955
U.S. Military Sea Transportation Service
Box/Folder
104/23
General
1955
104/24
Cargo Operations
1955
Box/Folder
105/1
U.S. Navy. Personnel Bureau
1955
105/2
U.S. Navy. Ships Bureau
1955
105/3
U.S. Navy. Yards and Docks Bureau
1955
Box/Folder
105/4
Appropriations
1955
105/5
Government Competition
1955
105/6
Seattle. Mayor. Maritime Committee (Black, E.A.)
1955
Box/Folder
105/7
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office
1955
105/8
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1955
105/9
U.S. Export-Import Bank (of Washington)
1955
105/10
U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration
1955
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
Box/Folder
105/11-12
General
1955
105/13
Bridgeport Booster TV Station
1955
Box/Folder
105/14-15
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1955
105/16
U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
1955
105/17
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1955
105/18
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1955
U.S. Foreign Operations Administration
Box/Folder
105/19
General
1955
105/20
Apples
1955
105/21
Columbia Machine Company
1955
U.S. General Accounting Office
Fort Lewis
Box/Folder
105/22
Bergesen, Sam (general contractors -- kitchens)
1955
105/23
G & D Painting
1955
U.S. General Services Administration
Box/Folder
105/24
General
1955
105/25-26
Baker-West (Sequim Land)
1955
105/27
Security (Edman, G.)
1955
Box/Folder
105/28
U.S. Government Printing Office
1955
U.S. Health, Education and Welfare Department
Box/Folder
105/29
General
1955
105/30-31
U.S. Education Office
1955
106/1
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1955
106/2
U.S. Public Health Service
1955
106/3
Infantile Paralysis (Salk Vaccine)
1955
106/4
Surplus Property to Schools
1955
Box/Folder
106/5-6
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency
1955
106/7
U.S. Indian Claims Division
1955
106/8
U.S. Information Agency
1955
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
106/9
General
1955
106/10
U.S. Interior Department. Secretary
1955
106/11
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1955
106/12
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1955
106/13
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1955
106/14
U.S. Mines Bureau
1955
U.S. National Park Service
1955
Box/Folder
106/15
General
1955
106/16-18
Echo Park Dam (Upper Colorado River Development)
1955
106/19-21
Olympic National Park
1955
106/22
Mt. Rainier National Park
1955
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
106/23-24
General
1955
106/25-26
Grand Coulee Dam Disposal
1955
106/27
Grazing Lands
1955
Box/Folder
107/1
Appropriations
1955
107/2
D'Ewart, Wesley -- nomination as Assistant Secretaryof Interior
1955
Box/Folder
107/3
U.S. International Cooperation Administration
1955
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
107/4-5
General
1955
107/6
U.S. Senate. Commerce Committee
1955
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
107/7
General
1955
107/8
U.S. Attorney General
1955
107/9
U.S. Immigration and NaturalizationService
1955
107/10
U.S. Justice Department. Anti-TrustDivision
1955
107/11
Appropriations
1955
107/12
Judicial Appointments
1955
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
107/13
General
1955
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
Box/Folder
107/15
General
1955
107/16
International Woodworkers of America
1955
Box/Folder
107/17
U.S. National Mediation Board
1955
107/18
U.S. National Science Foundation
1955
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
107/19-20
General
1955
107/21
Mailing Circulars (Without Addresses)
1955
107/22
West Coast (3 cents mail by air)
1955
Box/Folder
107/23
U.S. Public Housing Administration
1955
107/24
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1955
107/25
U.S. Small Business Administration
1955
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
107/26-27
General
1955
108/1
U.S. State Department. Secretary
1955
108/2
International
1955
108/3
Letters of Introduction Abroad
1955
Box/Folder
108/4
U.S. Subversive Activities Control Board
1955
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
108/5-6
General
1955
108/7-8
Crab Meat
1955
108/9-10
Lead and Zinc
1955
Box/Folder
108/11
U.S. Tennessee Valley Authority
1955
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
108/12
General
1955
U.S. Coast Guard
1955
Box/Folder
108/13
General
1955
108/14
Port Angeles Air Station
1955
Box/Folder
108/15
U.S. Customs Bureau
1955
108/16
U.S. Internal Revenue Service
1955
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
108/17
Fort Worden -- National Soldiers Home
1955
108/18
Thrift Shop
1955
108/19
Unused Education Benefits of GI's (for theirchildren)
1955
U.S. Agriculture Department
1956
Box/Folder
108/20-22
General
1956
U.S. Farmers Home Administration
Box/Folder
108/23-24
General
1956
108/25
Freeze in Washington
1956
U.S. Forest Service
Box/Folder
108/26
General
1956
108/27
Mt. Baker National Forest
1956
108/28
Wind River Sustained Yield Forest
1956
Box/Folder
109/1
U.S. Rural ElectrificationAdministration
1956
109/2
U.S. Soil Conservation Service
1956
Animal Research Laboratory (siteselection)
Box/Folder
109/3
General
1956
109/4
Pullman, WA (as a site)
1956
Box/Folder
109/5
Cattle Feed
1956
109/6
Critical Livestock Feeding Areas
1956
109/7-8
Data
1956
Wheat
Box/Folder
109/9
General
1956
109/10-12
Truck Differential Elimination
1956
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Box/Folder
109/13
General
1956
109/14
Richland Housing Sale (price protests)
1956
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board
Box/Folder
109/15
General
1956
109/16
States-Alaska Case
1956
Box/Folder
109/17
U.S. Civil Service Commission
1956
U.S. Commerce Department
Box/Folder
109/18
General
1956
109/19
U.S. Census Bureau
1956
109/20
U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration
1956
109/21
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
1956
109/22
U.S. Maritime Administration
1956
U.S. Public Roads Bureau
Box/Folder
109/23
General
1956
109/24
Columbia River Bridge
1956
U.S. Public Roads Bureau (cont.)
Box/Folder
109/25
Lake Washington Bridge
1956
109/26
Lewis and Clark Highway
1956
109/27
Rock Creek Park Freeway
1956
109/28
Washington Narrows Bridge
1956
U.S. Defense Department
Box/Folder
110/1-2
General
1956
U.S. Air Force
Box/Folder
110/3-5
General
1956
110/6
Quality Bidders -- McPhail, Charles and Eastvold, Don
1956
U.S. Army
Box/Folder
110/7-8
General
1956
110/9-14
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps
1956
110/15
U.S. Army. Transportation Corps
1956
110/16
Fort Lewis Housing (McGavic, Leo)
1956
Box/Folder
110/17
U.S. National Guard
1956
U.S. Navy
Box/Folder
110/18-20
General
1956
110/21
U.S. Marine Corps
1956
110/22
U.S. Military Sea Transportation Service
1956
111/1
U.S. Ships Bureau
1956
111/2
Buffalo Sanitary Wipers (Kohm, Harry)
1956
111/3
Soviets Visit Seattle and Bremerton Navy Yard Areas
1956
Box/Folder
111/4
Appropriations
1956
111/5
Boys' Club of America
1956
Box/Folder
111/6
U.S. Defense Mobilization Office
1956
111/7
U.S. Executive Department (White House Staff)
1956
111/8
U.S. Export-Import Bank
1956
111/9
U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration
1956
111/10
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
1956
111/11
U.S. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1956
111/12
U.S. Federal Housing Administration
1956
111/13
U.S. Federal Mediation and Consultation Service
1956
111/14
U.S. Federal Power Commission
1956
111/15
U.S. Federal Reserve System
1956
111/16
U.S. Federal Savings and Loans Insurance Corporation
1956
111/17
U.S. Federal Trade Commission
1956
U.S. General Services Administration
Box/Folder
111/18-19
General
1956
111/20
Camp Hayden
1956
111/21
Fort Casey, Fort Worden, Fort Hudson, FortFlager
1956
111/22-23
Land Exchange -- Olympic National Park and LassenNational Park
1956
111/24
Pasco Engineering Depot
1956
111/25-26
Surplus -- Spokane Electro-Met-MagnesiumPlant
1956
U.S. Health, Education and Welfare Department
1956
Box/Folder
111/27
General
1956
111/28-29
U.S. Education Office
1956
112/1
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1956
U.S. Public Health Service
Box/Folder
112/2
General
1956
112/3
Biological Research Institute
1956
U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency
Box/Folder
112/4
General
1956
112/5
Interest Rates
1956
112/6
Secondary Market on Older Homes
1956
112/7
Stadium Housing Project (Indoor Sports Club,Seattle, WA)
1956
Box/Folder
112/8
U.S. Information Agency
1956
U.S. Interior Department
Box/Folder
112/9
General
1956
112/10
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1956
112/11
U.S. Geological Survey
1956
112/12-14
U.S. Indian Affairs Bureau
1956
112/15
U.S. Land Management Bureau
1956
112/16
U.S. Mines Bureau
1956
U.S. National Park Service
Box/Folder
112/17
General
1956
112/18-19
"Mission 66"
1956
Olympic National Park
Box/Folder
112/20
General
1956
112/21-22
Excess Public Works Land Appraisal -- Jefferson and Clallam Counties
1956
Box/Folder
112/23
Mt. Rainier National Park
1956
U.S. Reclamation Bureau
Box/Folder
112/24-26
General
1956
112/27
Grand Coulee Dam Disposal
1956
Box/Folder
113/1-2
Appropriations
1956
U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission
Box/Folder
113/3
General
1956
113/4-5
Home Transfer and Storage CompanyApplication
1956
113/6
Lipsman-Fulkerson
1956
U.S. Justice Department
Box/Folder
113/7
General
1956
113/8
U.S. Attorney General
1956
113/9
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (TacomaOffice reductions)
1956
113/10
Judicial Appointments
1956
U.S. Labor Department
Box/Folder
113/11
General
1956
113/12-13
Appropriations
1956
113/14
Longshore Safety
1956
Box/Folder
113/15
U.S. National Labor Relations Board
1956
113/16
U.S. National Mediation Board
1956
113/17
U.S. National Science Foundation
1956
U.S. Post Office Department
Box/Folder
113/18-20
General
1956
113/20a
U.S. Postal Transportation Service
1956
U.S. Public Housing Administration
Box/Folder
113/21
General
1956
113/22
Seattle High Point Housing ProjectPlaygrounds
1956
113/23
Stewart Heights Housing Project
1956
Box/Folder
113/24
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
1956
113/25
U.S. Small Business Administration
1956
U.S. State Department
Box/Folder
114/1-4
General
1956
114/5
International
1956
114/6
Judicial Appointments
1956
114/7
Letters of Introduction Abroad
1956
Box/Folder
114/8
U.S. Subversive Activities Control Board
1956
U.S. Tariff Commission
Box/Folder
114/9
General
1956
114/10
Callison, Cecil
1956
U.S. Treasury Department
Box/Folder
114/11
General
U.S. Customs Bureau
1956
Box/Folder
114/12
General
1956
114/13
Nighthawk
1956
Box/Folder
114/14
U.S. Internal Revenue Service. Western ProcessingCenter
1956
U.S. Veterans Administration
Box/Folder
114/15-16
Spokane Builders (Guthrie) LawAppraisals
1956
114/17
Veterans Foundation
1956
Box/Folder
114/18
U.S. Weather Control Advisory Committee
1956
Legislative Correspondence
Box/Folder
114/19
Agriculture
1945
114/20
Anti-Poll Tax (H.R. 7)
1945
114/21-22
Appropriations
1945
114/23
Atomic Bomb
1945
114/24
Aviation
1945
114/25
Banking and Currency
1945
114/26
Beauticians
1945
114/27
Bonneville Power Administration
1945
114/28
China Intervention
1945
114/29-30
Civil Service
1945
115/1-6
Civil Service
1945
115/7-12
Columbia Valley Authority
1945
115/13
Congressional Pay Increase
1945
115/14-25
Conscription
1945
116/1-6
Conscription
1945
116/7
Crimean Conference (Yalta)
1945
116/8-9
Day Nurseries
1945
116/10
Dumbarton Oaks-Bretton Woods Agreements
1945
116/11-13
Education
1945
116/14
Enterprise, U.S.S.
1945
116/15
Equal Rights Amendment
1945
116/16
Fair Labor Standards
1945
116/17-20
Fair Employment Practices Commission
1945
116/21
Fishing
1945
116/22
Foreign Relations
1945
116/23
Germany
1945
116/24
Grade Labelling (consumer goods)
1945
116/25
Greece
1945
116/26
Housing
1945
116/27
Immigration
1945
116/28
Immigration -- India
1945
116/29
Insurance
1945
116/30-32
Interstate Commerce
1945
116/33-34
Interstate Commerce -- S. 797 and H.R. 2764
1945
116/35
Interstate Commerce -- Bulwinkle Bill (H.R. 2536)
1945
117/1
Judicial
1945
117/2-6
Labor
1945
117/7-8
Labor -- Full Employment Bill (S. 380)
1945
117/9
Land Grant
1945
117/10
Lend-Lease
1945
117/11-12
Liquor
1945
117/13
Maritime
1945
117/14-15
Maritime -- Ship Sales Bill (S. 292)
1945
117/16-17
Merchant Marine
1945
117/18-19
Mexican Water Treaty
1945
117/20-21
Military Affairs
1945
117/22
Minerals
1945
117/23
Missouri Valley Authority
1945
117/24
National Health Bill
1945
117/25
National Labor Relations Act
1945
117/26-27
National Service Act (May-Bailey Bill)
1945
118/1-4
National Service Act (May-Bailey Bill)
1945
118/5
Naval Legislation
1945
118/6
Navy Public Relations
1945
118/7
Nurses Draft
1945
118/8
Pace Bill (farm prices)
1945
118/9
Pan-American Highway
1945
118/10-11
Pearl Harbor
1945
118/12
Philippines
1945
118/13-18
Post Office
1945
118/19-24
Price Control
1945
118/25
Public Power
1945
118/26
Puerto Rico
1945
118/27-30
Railroad Retirement
1945
118/31-32
Reciprocal Trade (tariffs)
1945
119/1
Reconversion
1945
119/2
Reorganization
1945
119/3-4
Rivers and Harbors
1945
119/5
Roosevelt, Franklin D. -- Memorial
1945
119/6
St. Lawrence Seaway
1945
119/7
San Francisco, CA -- United Nations Charter
1945
119/8-9
Social Security
1945
119/10
Standard Time
1945
119/11
Strikes
1945
119/12
Subsidy Legislation
1945
119/13
Surplus
1945
119/14-16
Tax
1945
119/17
Territories and Insular Affairs
1945
119/18
Tidelands
1945
119/19
Townsend Bill
1945
119/20
Unemployment Compensation
1945
119/21-22
Veterans
1945
119/23
Veterans -- Pensions
1945
119/24-26
Vivisection
1945
119/27-31
Wallace, Henry -- Commerce appointment
1945
120/1
Williams, Aubrey -- U.S. Rural Electrification Administration nomination
1945
120/2-20
Miscellaneous
1945
120/21
Aviation
1946
120/22
Aviation -- S. 2
1946
120/23
Aviation -- S. 326
1946
121/1
Banking and Currency
1946
121/2
Blind
1946
121/3
British Loan
1946
121/4
Budget
1946
121/5
Burial
1946
121/6
Chinese Intervention
1946
121/7
Coal Strike
1946
121/8
Columbia Valley Authority
1946
121/9
Conscription
1946
121/10
Equal Rights Amendment
1946
121/11
Hawaii
1946
121/12
Hobbs Bill (labor)
1946
121/13
Housing
1946
121/14
Immigration
1946
121/15-16
Labor
1946
121/17-39
Labor -- Case Bill
1946
122/1
Liquor
1946
122/2
Merchant Marine
1946
122/3
National Health Program
1946
122/4
Naval Affairs
1946
122/5
Nicaragua Canal
1946
122/6-7
Office of Price Administration -- rent control
1946
122/8
Pearl Harbor
1946
122/9
Pensions
1946
122/10
Philippines
1946
122/11
Poland
1946
122/12
Post Office
1946
122/13
Price Control
1946
122/14
Puerto Rico
1946
122/15
Railroad Retirement
1946
122/16
Rankin Committee on Un-American Activities
1946
122/17
Reorganization
1946
122/18
Retirement
1946
122/19
Rivers and Harbors
1946
122/20
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
1946
122/21-31
Selective Service
1946
122/32
Ship Sales Bill
1946
122/33
Social Security
1946
122/34
Surplus Property
1946
122/35
Tax
1946
122/36
Teachers Retirement
1946
122/37-38
Veterans
1946
122/39
Wake Island Workers
1946
122/40-47
Miscellaneous
1946
122/48-49
Agriculture
1948
122/50
Alaska
1948
122/51
Aviation
1948
122/52
Columbia Basin
1948
122/53
Columbia River Flood
1948
123/1-6
Agriculture
1949
123/7
Agriculture -- Regional Agriculture Credit Corporation
1949
123/8
Airport Act
1949
123/9
Alcohol
1949
123/10
Anti-Trust Laws
1949
123/11
Anti-Vivisection
1949
123/12
Appropriations -- Second Deficiency Bill
1949
123/13
Banking and Currency
1949
123/14
Bankruptcy Act
1949
123/15
Basing Points
1949
123/16
Bridges
1949
123/17
Budget
1949
123/18-19
China
1949
123/20
Civil Rights
1949
123/21-25
Civil Service
1949
123/6
Coast Guard
1949
123/27
Columbia River Basin
1949
123/28-33
Columbia Valley Authority
1949
124/1
Conscription and Universal Military Training
1949
124/2-4
Displaced Persons
1949
124/5
District of Columbia -- Optometry Bill
1949
124/6
Duck Stamp Act
1949
124/7-10
Education -- Federal Aid
1949
124/11-13
Education -- Federal Aid (Barden Bill)
1949
124/14
Federal Property and Administrative Services Act
1949
124/15
Filibuster
1949
124/16
Fisheries
1949
124/17
Flood Control
1949
124/18
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
1949
124/19
Fur Excise Tax
1949
124/20
Government Travel Allowance
1949
124/21
Hawaii
1949
124/22-25
Health
1949
124/26-27
Housing
1949
124/28
Immigration
1949
124/29
Indians
1949
124/30
International Trade Organization Charter
1949
124/31
Judiciary
1949
124/32-38
Labor
1949
124/39
Library Bill
1949
124/40
Liquor Advertising
1949
124/41
Lobbying
1949
124/42
Marshall Plan
1949
124/43
Merchant Marine
1949
125/1-3
Military
1949
125/4-5
Military Assistance Program
1949
125/6
Mining
1949
125/7-15
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
1949
125/16
Oleo Margarine Tax Repeal
1949
125/17
Olympic National Park
1949
125/18
Patents
1949
125/19
Pensions
1949
125/20-25
Post Office
1949
125/26-27
Presidential Reorganization Plans
1949
125/28
Price Support
1949
125/29
Radio Broadcasting
1949
125/30
Railroad Retirement
1949
125/31
Railroads
1949
125/32-33
Reciprocal Trade Agreements
1949
125/34
Reclamation
1949
125/35
Regulation W -- Installment Credit
1949
125/36-37
Reorganization (Hoover Commission)
1949
126/1
Rural Telephone Bill
1949
126/2
St. Lawrence Seaway
1949
126/3
School Lunch Program
1949
126/4
Selective Service
1949
126/5
Small Business
1949
126/6-7
Social Security
1949
126/8
State Bills
1949
126/9
Tariffs
1949
126/10-14
Tax
1949
126/15
Tax Co-Ops
1949
126/16
Teachers Pay Raise
1949
126/17
Tennessee Valley Authority
1949
126/18
Tidelands
1949
126/19
Unemployment
1949
126/20-21
United Nations
1949
126/22-27
Veterans
1949
126/28
World Calendar
1949
126/29-31
Miscellaneous
1949
126/32
Alaska
1950
126/33
Appropriations
1950
126/34
Beef Imports
1950
126/35
Bureau of Land Management
1950
126/36
Columbia Basin
1950
126/37
Displaced Persons
1950
126/38
Labor -- Hiring Hall
1950
126/39
Seattle Housing Referendum
1950
126/40
Veterans Administration
1950
127/1
Agriculture
1955
127/2
Appropriations
1955
127/3
Banking and Currency
1955
127/4
Bricker Amendment
1955
127/5
Civil Service
1955
127/6
Communism
1955
127/7
Congressional Salaries
1955
127/8
District of Columbia
1955
127/9
Education
1955
127/10
Foreign Aid
1955
127/11
Foreign Policy -- Formosa
1955
127/12
Health
1955
127/13
Highway
1955
127/14
Housing
1955
127/15
Immigration
1955
127/16
Indians
1955
127/17
Judiciary
1955
127/18
Juvenile Delinquency
1955
127/19
Labor
1955
127/20
Military
1955
127/21
Narcotics
1955
127/22
Post Office
1955
127/23
Power
1955
127/24-25
Power -- Hell's Canyon
1955
127/26
Public Lands
1955
127/27
Railroad Retirement Act
1955
127/28
Reciprocal Trade
1955
127/29
Social Security
1955
127/30
Statehood -- Alaska and Hawaii
1955
127/31
Synthetic Rubber Plant Sale
1955
127/32
Tariff
1955
127/33
Tax
1955
127/34
United Nations
1955
127/35
Universal Military Training
1955
127/36
Veterans
1955
127/37
War Claims
1955
127/38
Miscellaneous
1955
127/39-41
Agriculture
1956
127/42
Agriculture -- Soil Bank
1956
127/43
Appropriations
1956
127/44
Bank Holding Companies
1956
127/45
Banking and Currency
1956
127/46
Bricker Amendment
1956
127/47
Civil Rights
1956
127/48
Civil Service
1956
127/49
District of Columbia
1956
127/50
Education
1956
127/51
Electoral College
1956
127/52
Equal Rights Amendment
1956
127/53
Flood Control
1956
127/54
Foreign Affairs
1956
127/55
Government Operations
1956
127/56
Health
1956
128/1
Highways
1956
128/2
Hoover Commission
1956
128/3-4
Housing
1956
128/5
Immigration
1956
128/6
Indians
1956
128/7
Interior
1956
128/8
Japanese-American Evacuation Claims Act
1956
128/9
Judiciary
1956
128/10
Labor
1956
128/11
Military
1956
128/12
Mining
1956
128/13
Natural Resources
1956
128/14
Post Office
1956
128/15-16
Power
1956
128/17-19
Power -- Hell's Canyon
1956
128/20
Railroad Retirement
1956
128/21
Reciprocal Trade
1956
128/22
Reclamation
1956
128/23-34
Social Security
1956
128/35
Statehood -- Alaska and Hawaii
1956
128/36
Tariff
1956
128/37
Tax
1956
204/2
Tax
1956
128/38
United Nations
1956
129/1-3
Veterans
1956
129/4
Vivisection
1956
129/5
Miscellaneous
1956
Constituent Mailings (Opinion Solicitation)
Box/Folder
129/6-17
General
Including Marshall Plan.
1948-1949
Special Groups
Box/Folder
129/18
Educators
1948
129/19
Farm and Grange
1948
129/20
Labor
1948
Box/Folder
129/21-24
Bill Analysis (American Enterprise Association)
1949
Legislation -- WGM Sponsored Bills
79th Congress
1945-1946
Box/Folder
130/1
S. 546 Land Claims
1945-1946
130/2
S. 548 Alaska Highway
1945-1946
130/3
S. 549 Interstate Commerce Act
1945-1946
130/4
S. 550 Court Appointed AttorneysCompensation
1945-1946
130/5
S. 552 Canadian-Built Dredge Ajax
1945-1946
130/6
S. 553 Prisoner of War Funds
1945-1946
130/7
S. 554 Mechanics Pay (superseded by S.594)
1945-1946
130/8-10
S. 594 Mechanics Pay (supersedes S. 554)
1945-1946
130/11
S. 662 Puget Sound Bridge and DredgingCompany
1945-1946
130/12
S. 736 Retirement Vocational Training
1945-1946
130/13
S. 819 Sedition Attorneys Relief
1945-1946
130/14
S. 866 War Widows Aid
1945-1946
130/15
S. 1004 Bloedel Donovan Lumber Mill
1945-1946
130/16
S. 1105 Hatch Act
1945-1946
130/17
S. 1140 Indian Lands Act
1945-1946
130/18
S. 1147 General Welfare Act
1945-1946
130/19
S. 1148 Alaska Service Medal
1945-1946
130/20
S. 1227 General Welfare Act
1945-1946
130/21
S. 1282 Fair Labor Standards Act
1945-1946
130/22-24
S. 1349 Fair Labor Standards Act
1945-1946
130/25
S. 1379 Terminal Leave Payment
1945-1946
130/26
S. 1470 Olympic National Park
1945-1946
130/27
S. 1516 Bonneville Project Act
1945-1946
130/28
S. 1579 Veterans Retraining and ReemploymentAct
1945-1946
130/29
S. 1870 Foreign Service for Veterans
1945-1946
130/30
S. 2057 Selective Service Act
1945-1946
130/31
S. 2070 Community Recreation
1945-1946
130/32
S. 2221 Colville Indians
1945-1946
130/33
S. 2266 Olympic National Park -- private landsexclusion
1945-1946
130/34
S. 2479 Manette Bridge
1945-1946
130/35
S.R. 130 Veterans' Legislation Committee
1945-1946
130/36
S.C.R. 25 Air Transportation FeederLines
1945-1946
130/37
S.J.R. 37 Selective Service Act
1945-1946
130/38
Proposed legislation
1945-1946
130/39
Miscellaneous
1945-1946
79th Congress -- Science Research Bills
Box/Folder
131/1-4
S. 1850 National Science Foundation Act of1946
1945-1946
131/5
S. 526 (80th Congress) National Science FoundationBill
1945-1946
S. 1285 -- National Research Foundation
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
131/6
Incoming
1945-1946
131/7-11
Outgoing
1945-1946
131/12-16
General Correspondence
1945-1946
131/17-26
Constituent Correspondence
1945-1946
132/1-3
Constituent Correspondence
1945-1946
Hearings -- U.S. Senate. Commerce and Military Affairs Joint Committee
Box/Folder
132/4
General Correspondence
1945-1946
132/5
Summaries
1945-1946
132/6
Testimony
Arnold, H. H. ; Baruch, Bernard M. ; Bowles, Edward L. ; Bowman, Isaiah ; Brown, Bruce K.
1945-1946
132/7
Testimony
Bush, Vannevar ; Cardon, P. V. ; Compton, Karl T. ; Curtis, Howard J.
1945-1946
132/8
Testimony
Davis, Watson ; Dearborn, R. J. ; Dewey, Bradley ; Forrestal, James; Hines, Lewis G. ; Hunsaker, Jerome Clark ; Ickes, Harold L. ; Jewett, Frank B.
1945-1946
132/9
Testimony
Kettering, G. M. ; Land, Edwin H. ; Langmuir, Irving (G. E. Research Laboratories ; Malisoff, Harry; Mather, Kirtley F. ; Maverick, Maury ; Miller, Watson B. ; O'Donnell, J. Hugh ; Ooms, Casper W. ; Oppenheimer, J. Robert
1945-1946
132/10
Testimony
Packard, Charles ; Parr, Leland W. ; Patterson, Robert P. ; Porter, Paul A. ; Richards, A. N. ; Russell, M. A. ; Sarnoff, David
1945-1946
132/10
Testimony
Shapley, Harlow
1945-1956
132/11
Testimony
Smith, Harold D. ; Smith, Russell ; Smyth, Henry DeW. ; Truman, Harry S. ; Urey, Harold C. ; Wallace, Henry A.
1945-1956
132/12
Miscellaneous
1945-1956
Subject Series
Box/Folder
132/13
Departmental Replies on Social Science
1945-1956
132/14
"Manhattan Project" Movie
1945-1956
Miscellany
Box/Folder
132/15
Mailing List
1945-1956
132/16
Memos -- Teeter, John H.
1945-1956
132/17
News Releases
1945-1956
132/18
Prints -- S. 1285 and related bills
1945-1956
132/19
Speeches and Writings
1945-1956
132/20
Clippings
1945-1956
132/21
Miscellaneous
1945-1956
82nd Congress
1951-1952
Box/Folder
132/22
S. 241 Long Range Bill
1951-1952
83rd Congress
1953-1954
Box/Folder
132/23
Final Status of WGM Sponsored Bills -- SecondSession
1953-1954
132/24
S. 464 Civil Rights
1953-1954
132/25
S. 466 Political Participation
1953-1954
132/26
S. 692 Equal Employment Opportunity
1953-1954
132/27
S. 703 Coast Guard Members Protection
1953-1954
132/28
S. 805 Election Day Holiday
1953-1954
132/29
S. 806 Three Day National Election
1953-1954
132/30
S. 833 Budget
1953-1954
132/31
S. 838 Maritime Hiring Halls
1953-1954
132/32
S. 848 Construction Contracts -- executiveagencies
1953-1954
132/33
S. 1054 Longshoremen's and Harbor Worker'sCompensation Act
1953-1954
132/34
S. 1080 Sale of Liquor to Indians -- removal ofrestrictions
1953-1954
132/35
S. 1124 Overtime Compensation -- Court of ClaimsJurisdiction
1953-1954
132/36
S. 1142 Immigration Employees OvertimeCompensation
1953-1954
132/37
S. 1145 Blain Harbor Improvement
1953-1954
132/38
S. 1252 Tidelands Beneath NavigableWaters
1953-1954
132/39
S. 1255 Merchant Marine -- English languagerequirement
1953-1954
132/40
S. 1256 War Claims Act
1953-1954
132/41
S. 1257 Gale (Hiram R.) MemorialHospital
1953-1954
132/42
S. 1319 Bonneville Power Administration Name Changeto Columbia Power Administration
1953-1954
132/43
S. 1357 Robinson-Patman Anti-Price DiscriminationAct
1953-1954
132/44
S. 1371 Agriculture Loan Extension
1953-1954
132/45
S. 1372 Fort Lewis Cemetery
1953-1954
132/46
S. 1439 Armed Services Utilization of AmericanShipping Services
1953-1954
132/47
S. 1408 Agricultural Adjustment Act
1953-1954
132/48
S. 1507 Chinook Project
1953-1954
132/49
S. 1515 Western Interstate Commission for HigherEducation
1953-1954
133/1
S. 1664 Hell's Canyon Dam
1953-1954
133/2-4
S. 1793 Priest Rapids Dam
1953-1954
133/5
S. 1827 West Canal Street Quitclaim
1953-1954
133/6
S. 1828 Shipping Act -- Tramp Shipping
1953-1954
133/7
S. 1829 Shipping Act -- Tramp Shipping
1953-1954
133/8
S. 1878 Maritime Insurance
1953-1954
133/9
S. 1879 Private Financing of Vessels
1953-1954
133/10
S. 1880 Vessel Reacquisition
1953-1954
133/11
S. 1881 Government Cargo Transport
1953-1954
133/12
S. 1952 Social Security for Fish IndustryWorkers
1953-1954
133/13
S. 2241 Government Cargo and PassengerTransport
1953-1954
133/14
S. 2260 Social Security
1953-1954
133/15
S. 2407 Ship Mortgage Act
1953-1954
133/16
S. 2430 Trade Agreements Act -- import ofagricultural commodities
1953-1954
133/17
S. 2565 Atomic Energy Commission Owned Housing --rent control
1953-1954
133/18
S. 2570 Handicapped -- Federal Agency
1953-1954
133/19
S. 2571 Taft (Robert A.) Memorial Scholarships --cancer research
1953-1954
133/20
S. 2590 Federal Power Act
1953-1954
133/21
S. 2663 National Security Council Memberships forEx-Presidents
1953-1954
133/22
S. 2763 Oil Revenues for Education
1953-1954
133/23
S. 2776 Shilshole Breakwater
1953-1954
133/24
S. 2777 Canadian Vessels Transportation BetweenAlaska Ports
1953-1954
133/25
S. 2779 School Construction -- federalaid
1953-1954
133/26
S. 2802 Fish Products Distribution
1953-1954
133/27
S. 2848 Inland Petroleum Co.
1953-1954
133/28
S. 2888 Ex-Prisoners of War Promotion
1953-1954
133/29
S. 2897 Patent term extension
1953-1954
133/30
S. 2915 Columbia River
1953-1954
133/31
S. 2916 Bellingham Harbor
1953-1954
133/32
S. 2918 Port Angeles Harbor
1953-1954
133/33
S. 2919 Everett Harbor
1953-1954
133/34
S. 2962 Price Supports -- dairy products
1953-1954
133/35
S. 2970 U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Bear -- benefits forservice people
1953-1954
133/36
S. 3123 Anacortes Harbor
1953-1954
133/37
S. 3301 Fort Lewis Sewage TreatmentPlant
1953-1954
133/38
S. 3313 Union Oil Company of California and MatsonNavigation Co.
1953-1954
133/39
S. 3314 11th Circuit Court
1953-1954
133/40
S. 3406 Post Office Pay Increase
1953-1954
133/41
S. 3444 Post Office Pay Increase
1953-1954
133/42
S. 3553 Unemployment Reinsurance Grants
1953-1954
133/43
S. 3594 U.S. Vessels Protection on the HighSeas
1953-1954
133/44
S. 3696 Sammamish River Improvements
1953-1954
133/45
S. 3702 District Court Accommodations -- Tri-CityArea
1953-1954
133/46
S. 3706 Communist Control Act
1953-1954
133/47
S. 3890 Clarkston School District
1953-1954
133/48
S.J.R. 46 Alaska Railroad
1953-1954
133/49
Miscellaneous
1953-1954
84th Congress
1955-1956
Box/Folder
133/50
Final Status of WGM Sponsored Bills
1955-1956
133/51
H.R. 5265 Foreign Travel Tax Exemption
1955-1956
133/52
H.R. 7030 Sugar Act
1955-1956
133/53
H.R. 7225 Social Security Act
1955-1956
133/54
H.R. 7634 Federal Property TransportationLimitation
1955-1956
134/1
H.R. 10660 Highway Act -- Loggers
1955-1956
134/2
H.R. 10660 Highway Act -- correctapportionments
1955-1956
134/3
S. 1 Post Office Pay Increase
1955-1956
134/4
S. 5 School Construction
1955-1956
134/5
S. 11 Equality of Opportunity
1955-1956
134/6
S. 49 Alaska and Hawaii Statehood
1955-1956
134/7
S. 67 Classified Pay Raise
1955-1956
134/8
S. 456 Nets in Alaska Waters
1955-1956
134/9
S. 457 Security in Government and IndustryCommission
1955-1956
134/10
S. 521 Social Security -- minimum age forwomen
1955-1956
134/11
S. 594 Longshoremen's and Harbor Worker'sBenefits
1955-1956
134/12
S. 651 Civil Aeronautics Act -- feederlines
1955-1956
134/13
S. 669 District of Columbia Home Rule
1955-1956
134/14
S. 686 School Construction
1955-1956
134/15
S. 693 U.S. Commission for the Aged
1955-1956
134/16
S. 741 War Risk insurance
1955-1956
134/17
S. 772 Oil for Education
1955-1956
134/18
S. 900 Anti-Lynching
1955-1956
134/19
S. 908 Interstate TransportationDiscrimination
1955-1956
134/20
S. 949 Postal and Federal Employees --unions
1955-1956
134/21
S. 951 Bulk Commodity Exemption
1955-1956
134/22
S. 985 Alaska Highway and RailCommission
1955-1956
134/23
S. 1089 Armed Forces Members -- protection againstattack
1955-1956
134/24
S. 1119 Civil Aeronautics Act
1955-1956
134/25
S. 1156 Aircraft Liability for EducationalInstitutions
1955-1956
134/26
S. 1157 Oregon State Income Tax
1955-1956
134/27
S. 1190 U.S.S. Olympia
1955-1956
134/28
S. 1191 Government Employees UnionRecognition
1955-1956
134/29
S. 1192 Livestock, Fish, Flowers, and HorticulturalStock Transportation
1955-1956
134/30
S. 1206 Immigration and NaturalizationAct
1955-1956
134/31
S. 1333 Hell's Canyon Dam
1955-1956
134/32
S. 1366 Ohio Casualty Co.
1955-1956
134/33
S. 1369 Servicemen's Readjustment Act
1955-1956
134/34
S. 1370 Overtime Compensation -- Foreign QuarantineDivision
1955-1956
134/35
S. 1412 Public Housing -- single persons
1955-1956
134/36
S. 1451 Sammamish River
1955-1956
134/37
S. 1589 Railroad Retirement Act
1955-1956
134/38
S. 1635 Sugar Act
1955-1956
134/39
S. 1644 Government ConstructionContracts
1955-1956
134/40-41
S. 1645 Federal National Mortgage Association PermitHolders -- 90 day extension
1955-1956
134/42
S. 1646 Longshoremen's and Harbor Worker'sBenefits
1955-1956
134/43
S. 1766 Junior College Housing
1955-1956
134/44
S. 1767 Washington State HighwayReimbursement
1955-1956
134/45
S. 1768 Chiropractic Treatment -- VeteransAdministration
1955-1956
134/46
S. 1770 Two Price System -- wheat
1955-1956
134/47
S. 1823 Niagara River power
1955-1956
134/48
S. 1829 Veterans Administration Construction(Vancouver, WA)
1955-1956
134/49
S. 1829 Veterans Administration Hospital --Tuberculosis Section
1955-1956
135/1
S. 1830 OASI for Lawyers
1955-1956
135/2
S. 1834 Coast Guard -- OfficersRetirement
1955-1956
135/3
S. 1855 Federal Airport Act
1955-1956
135/4
S. 1880 Natural Gas Act
1955-1956
135/5
S. 1951 Handicapped -- federal agency
1955-1956
135/6
S. 2060 U.S. Standards Bureau
1955-1956
135/7
S. 2071 Pasco, WA
1955-1956
135/8
S. 2073 Housing Project (Moses Lake, WA)
1955-1956
135/9
S. 2120 Colville Indian Reservation -- restorationof lands
1955-1956
135/10
S. 2280 Longshoremen's and Harbor Worker'sAct
1955-1956
135/11
S. 2379 Fishery Education Program
1955-1956
135/12
S. 2523 Nuclear Powered Ship
1955-1956
135/13
S. 2565 Housing Projects -- tenant commercialactivities
1955-1956
135/14
S. 2639 Executive Pay Increase
1955-1956
135/15
S. 2702 Cotton Import Export Regulations
1955-1956
135/16
S. 2711 Merchant Marine Medals
1955-1956
135/17
S. 2712 Manette Bridge Tolls
1955-1956
135/18
S. 2770 Freight Car Shortage
1955-1956
135/19
S. 2866 Small Business Act
1955-1956
135/20
S. 2886 Tourist Literature Importation
1955-1956
135/21
S. 2913 Weather Control AdvisoryCommittee
1955-1956
135/22
S. 2918 Kittitas Reclamation Project
1955-1956
135/23
S. 2962 Veterans' Benefits Extension
1955-1956
135/24
S. 2972 Aircraft Damage Punishment
1955-1956
135/25
S. 3067 Life Insurance Application Period --veterans
1955-1956
135/26
S. 3070 A-l Bonding Co.
1955-1956
135/27
S. 3118 Archeological Materials Preservation -- damsites
1955-1956
135/28
S. 3131 Agriculture -- Washington State WheatAssociation
1955-1956
135/29
S.R. 13 U.S. Senate. Commerce Committee --investigative subcommittees
1955-1956
135/30
S.R. 18 Communism (Congressionalinvestigation)
1955-1956
135/31
S.R. 86 World Food Reserve
1955-1956
135/32
S.R. 101 Fair Committee Procedure
1955-1956
135/33
S.R. 186 Tuna Tariff Investigation
1955-1956
135/34
S.R. 192 Ireland -- unification
1955-1956
135/35
S.R. 229 Cyprus
1955-1956
135/36
S.R. 298 Religious Discrimination -- U.S. citizensin Arab countries
1955-1956
135/37
S.J.R. 38 Conservation of Oil and GasCompact
1955-1956
135/38
S.J.R. 46 Mental Health Study
1955-1956
135/39-40
S.J.R. 74 Leif Ericson Statue
1955-1956
135/41
S.J.R. 86 Offshore Lands -- federaldevelopment
1955-1956
135/42
S.J.R. 89 National Fish Week
1955-1956
135/43-44
S.J.R. 93 Leif Ericson Statue
1955-1956
135/45
S.J.R. 99 Multiple Use -- public lands
1955-1956
135/46
S.J.R. 101 Conservation Movement -- 50th anniversarycommemoration
1955-1956
135/47
S.J.R. 125 -- Ex-presidents as Senators atLarge
1955-1956
135/48
S.J.R. 129 Lewis and Clark Highway
1955-1956
135/49
S.J.R. 132 War-Built Cargo Vessels Sale
1955-1956
135/50
S.J.R. 169 Gold Mining IndustryInvestigation
1955-1956
135/51
S.J.R. 184 Ferry County HighwayRelocation
1955-1956
135/52
U.S. Senate. Judiciary Committee
1955-1956
135/53-54
Miscellaneous
1955-1956
Speeches and Writings -- Magnuson
"n.c." indicates that the folder contains no copy of the speech -- only related material
Box/Folder
136/1
Appropriations (n.c.)
1947
136/2
Labor (radio broadcast)
1947
136/3
Miscellaneous
1947
136/4
Capitol Cloakroom; radio broadcast, CBS (n.c.)
1948
136/5
Democratic National Convention; radio broadcast (n.c.)
1948
136/6
Democratic Party; radio broadcast, Mutual Broadcasting System
1948
136/7
Displaced Persons Rally; New Orleans, LA
1948
136/8
"Education in Today's World"; Washington State Federation of Teachers; Tacoma, WA (n.c.)
1948
136/9
Friendly Sons of St. Patrick; response to the toast "U.S. of America"; Providence, RI
1948
136/10-12
"How Can Peace Be Maintained in Palestine?" America's Town Meeting of the Air, radio broadcast, ABC
1948
136/13
"How Should We Evaluate the Work of the Eightieth Congress?"
1948
136/14-15
Jefferson-Jackson Speech; Phoenix, AZ
1948
136/16
Labor; Ellensburg, WA (n.c.)
1948
136/17
Master Builders; Seattle, WA (n.c.)
1948
136/18
Norwegian Independence Day; radio broadcast
1948
136/19
O'Sullivan Dam Ceremony; Moses Lake, WA
1948
136/20
Untitled; Phoenix, AZ
1948
136/21
Puget Sound Salmon Derby; Seattle, WA
1948
136/22
Untitled; Spokane, WA
1948
136/23
Spokane Chamber of Commerce (n.c.)
1948
136/24
"What are the Chances for Comprehensive Housing Legislation in the 1949 Congress?" National Association of Housing Officials Convention; Seattle, WA
1948
136/25
"The U.S. and the United Nations"; United Nations Week; Seattle, WA
1948
136/26
Miscellaneous (incl. column for North American Labor)
1948
136/27
"The American Merchant Marine in the Mid-Century"; Propeller Club of the U.S. and American Merchant Marine Conference; New York, NY
1949
136/28
"Are Depressions Necessary?" radio broadcast, NBC
1949
136/29
Cancer
1949
136/30
Congressional Cancer Campaign Committee; Washington, D.C.
1949
136/31
"Hospitals: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"; Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital; Detroit, MI
1949
136/32
International Chiropractors Association National Convention; Davenport, IA; radio broadcast, NBC
1949
136/33
"Is Congress Doing Its Job?" radio broadcast; Washington, DC; re: merchant marine
1949
136/34
Meet the Press, telecast, NBC (n.c.)
1949
136/35
National Maritime Union Convention; New York, NY
1949
136/36
"Should the U.S. Send Arms to Europe?" American Forum of the Air, radio broadcast
1949
136/37
Miscellaneous
1949
136/38
"Are We Fighting Communism Wisely?" America's Town Meeting of the Air, radio broadcast, ABC
1950
136/39-42
Miscellaneous
1950
137/1
"Co-ops"; Portland, OR
1951
137/2
"Helping the Apple Industry of Washington State"; Yakima, WA
1951
137/3
Jefferson-Jackson Day Speech; Anchorage, AK
1951
137/4
Maritime; New York, NY; re: Iranian oil
1951
137/5
"Masters of our Destiny"; Young Democratic Clubs of America; St. Louis, MO
1951
137/6
Merchant Marine Speech, American Legion Award, New York, NY
1951
137/7
"North Dakota's Future is Tied to Resource Development"; State Reclamation Association; Jamestown, ND
1951
137/8
Northwest Projects
1951
137/9
People's Platform, telecast, CBS; re: Korea
1951
137/10
"Should Spain be in the Western Alliance?" People's Platform, radio broadcast, CBS
1951
137/11
United Seamen's Service; New York, NY
1951
137/12
"What's Ahead for the Merchant Marine?" San Francisco, CA
1951
137/13
Miscellaneous
1951
137/14
"Covenant with the People"; National Democratic Convention; Chicago, IL
1952
137/15
"A Grass Roots Report"; American Forum of the Air, simulcast, NBC
1952
137/16
"How Much of the President's Program Should Congress Support?" People's Platform, radio broadcast, CBS
1952
137/17
Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America Convention; Cleveland, OI?
1952
137/18
"Is Socialism versus Liberty a Real Issue?" Keep Posted, telecast (n.c.)
1952
137/19
"Long Range Shipping Legislation"; American Legion Merchant Marine and Naval Affairs Committees
1952
137/20
Views on S.J.R. 20 and Amendments (submerged lands in coastal waters)
1952
137/21
Marine Shipbuilding
1952
137/22
Maritime Publications
1952
137/23
Maritime Veterans
1952
137/24
Maritime Issues
1952
137/25
Montana State Convention; Helena, MT (n.c.)
1952
137/26
Norwegian Independence Day; Tacoma, WA
1952
137/27
"Problems in Foreign Commerce Which Have a Bearing on National Security"; U.S. Army. War College
1952
137/28
Young Democrats; Geneva, NY (n.c.)
1952
137/29-31
Miscellaneous
1952
137/32
Statements and Greetings to Organizations
1952
137/33
Keep Posted, telecast
1953
137/34
Pro and Con, radio broadcast, NBC (n.c.)
1953
137/35
"Is Congress Abusing Its Power of Investigation?" Meet the Press, telecast, NBC
1953
137/36
Facts Forum, telecast (n.c.)
1953
137/37
Maritime Day Address; Propeller Club; Los Angeles, CA
1953
137/38
Youth Wants to Know, telecast
1953
137/39
Maritime
1953
137/40
"You Can't Put Men in Mothballs"; Labor-Management Conference
1953
137/41
Communists
1953
137/42
Economy
1953
137/43
Farmers
1953
137/44
The Republican Record
1953
137/45
Spokane Chamber of Commerce
1953
137/46
Statements
1953
137/47
"World Leadership and the Merchant Marine"; America's Town Meeting of the Air, radio broadcast, ABC
1953
137/48-50
Miscellaneous
1953
137/51
Airline Medical Examiners Association; Washington, D.C.
1954
138/1
Atomic Energy
1954
138/2
Comments on the Administration's Public Works Policy
1954
138/3
Untitled; Des Moines, IA (n.c.)
1954
138/4
Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner; Lorain, OH (n.c.)
1954
138/5
Kate Smith Hour, telecast, NBC (n.c.)
1954
138/6
Untitled; Poland Springs, ME (n.c.)
1954
138/7
Power and Comprehensive River Development in Connection with Legislation
1954
138/8
"The U.S. in Today's World"; Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs; Richmond, VA
1954
138/9
"The War Against Public Power"; American Public Power Association; Chicago, IL
1954
138/10
Miscellaneous
1954
138/11-12
Hell's Canyon
1955
138/13
Airport Operators' Council; Seattle, WA
1955
138/14
Albeni Falls Dam dedication (n.c.)
1955
138/15
Buffalo Barbeque; Washington State Democratic Central Committee; Yakima, WA (n.c.)
1955
138/16
"The Case for Authorization of Hell's Canyon Project on the Snake River"
1955
138/17
"The Dulles Dilemma"; Democratic Fund Raising Dinner; San Mateo, CA
1955
138/18
Face the Nation, simulcast, CBS
1955
138/19
"Government and Advertising"; Seattle Advertising Club; Seattle, WA
1955
138/20
International Lutheran Laymen's League; Seattle, WA
1955
138/21
Japanese American Citizen's League; Washington, DC
1955
138/22
Jefferson-Jackson Day dinners; Seattle and Spokane, WA (n.c.)
1955
138/23
Mayor's Maritime Advisory Committee; Seattle, WA (n.c.)
1955
138/24-25
National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters; Washington, DC
1955
138/26
"Problems of American Shipping"
1955
138/27
"Profit Comes in Conservation"; dedication of Promised Land Recreation Area; Hoquiam, WA
1955
138/28
Propeller Club; National Maritime Day; New Orleans, LA
1955
138/29
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce; San Francisco, CA
1955
138/30
Seaman of the Year Award; New York, NY
1955
138/31
Spokane Chamber of Commerce; Spokane, WA (n.c.)
1955
138/32
"Sweden and America"; Philadelphia, PA
1955
138/33
Tacoma Waterway dedication and oil refinery ground breaking ceremonies; Tacoma, WA
1955
138/34
Teamsters Western Conference; Los Angeles, CA
1955
138/35
"Transportation's Role in Northwest Development"; Pacific Northwest Trade Association; Vancouver, Bc
1955
138/36
United Nations speech; Elks Club; Bremerton, WA
1955
138/37
Veterans of Foreign Wars; Longview, WA
1955
138/38
Washington State CIO Convention; Spokane, WA
1955
139/1-3
Miscellaneous
1955
139/4
Agriculture Bill
1956
139/5
American Legion Convention; Bellingham, WA
1956
139/6
Meet the Press, telecast, NBC (n.c.)
1956
139/7
Northwest Rivers and Harbors Congress; Olympia, WA
1956
139/8
Unions
1956
139/9
Washington State Democratic Convention keynote address; Tacoma, WA
1956
139/10
Washington State Grange Convention; Walla Walla, WA
1956
139/11
"Will the West Dominate the '56 Elections?" American Forum of the Air, radio broadcast
1956
139/12
Natural Gas
1956
139/13
Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner; Young Democrats; Landover, MD (n.c.)
1956
139/14
"Trends in Transportation in Congress"; Private Truck Council of America; Cleveland, OH
1956
139/15
"Problems in Transportation Policy"; Traffic Club of New York; New York, NY
1956
139/16
Foreign Affairs; Rotary Club; Yakima, WA
1956
139/17
Youth Wants to Know, telecast, NBC,
1956
139/18
Maritime Law Association of the U.S.; New York, NY
1956
139/19
"Tomorrow's Merchant Fleet"; Propeller Club; Washington, DC
1956
139/20
Bremerton Navy Yard
1956
139/21
Marine Identification -- fog navigation (n.c.)
1956
139/22-25
Miscellaneous
1956
204/3
Miscellaneous
1956
Speeches and Writings -- Others
"n.c." indicates that the folder contains no copy of the speech -- only related material
Box/Folder
139/26
Power
1954
139/27
Clark, Mark; Seattle, WA (n.c.)
1956
139/28
Kennedy, W. P.; Northwest Association of Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and Ladies -- Auxiliary Lodges of Spokane, WA
1956
139/29
Stevenson, Adlai; Seattle, WA
1956
139/30
Miscellaneous
1956
Project Files
U.S. Army. Engineers Corps
Box/Folder
139/31-34
Civil Functions Appropriations
1947-1956
139/35-38
Public and Advance Notices
1953-1956
139/39
News Releases
1957
139/40
Rivers and Harbors Bill Report
1949-1950
139/41-43
Miscellaneous
1945-1947
140/1-16
Miscellaneous
1948-1957
140/17
Aberdeen Bridge Reconstruction
1947
140/18
Agate Pass Bridge
1947-1949
140/19
Air Forces (Halverson (H.) Inc.)
1954-1955
140/20
Alaska Defense Project
1948
140/21
Alaska Fish Traps
1946
140/22
Alaska -- fishing structures
1947
140/23
Alaska -- harbor projects
1940-1956
Box
140/24
Alaska -- harbors (Copper River Dam)
1940-1956
Box/Folder
140/25-27
Albeni Falls (Pend Oreille River)
1948-1957
140/28-30
American Lake Drainage
1950-1957
140/31-32
Anacortes Harbor Enlargements
1947-1956
140/33-37
Bakers Bay (Ilwaco, WA)
1945-1957
140/38-40
Bellingham Harbor
1944-1957
140/41
Birnie Creek
1950
140/42-43
Blaine Harbor
1948-1953
140/1
Blaine Harbor
1948-1953
140/2
Blake Island (explosives anchorage)
1953
141/3
Boise River
1946
141/4
Bonneville Dam
1955-1956
141/5
Bremerton Harbor
1949
141/6
Budd Inlet (Olympia, WA)
1950
141/7-14
Carr Inlet
1952-1953
141/15
Case Inlet
1953-1954
141/16
Cedar River
1949-1955
141/17
Celilo Falls
1950-1956
141/18-20
Chehalis River
1940-1947
141/21-22
Chief Joseph Dam
1953-1957
141/23
Chinook Harbor
1953-1955
141/24
Coeur d'Alene River
1950
141/25
Colfax flood control
1948
141/26-45
Columbia River
1940-1958
142/1-6
Columbia River
1955-1958
142/7
Colville River flood control
1949
142/8
Connors Creek, Copalis Beach
1952
142/9
Cottage Grove
1946
142/10-12
Cowlitz River flood control
1945-1956
142/13
Cultus Bay (Whidbey Island, WA)
1955
142/14
Dakota Creek
1950
142/15-19
Dalles Dam
1945-1957
142/20
Deception Pass
1947-1951
142/21-22
Des Moines Harbor
1949-1955
142/23
Deschutes Waterway
1948
142/24
Desdemond Shoal
1952-1953
142/25
Dry Creek (Walla Walla County)
1950-1951
142/26
Dungeness River
1950
142/27-28
Duwamish Waterway
1947-1957
142/29-34
Eagle Gorge (Green River)
1950-1957
142/35-36
Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge (Seattle-WinslowFerry)
1949-1950
142/37
Ebey Slough (Marysville, WA)
1950
142/38-39
Edmonds Harbor
1946-1952
142/40
Entiat River
1948-1949
142/41
Ephrata Air Base
1946
142/42-43
Esquatzel Coulee (Franklin County)
1956-1957
142/43
Everett Harbor
1950-1957
142/44-45
Ferry County
1950
142/46
Fisherman Bay
1955
142/47
Fort Lawton
1950
142/48-49
Fort Lewis
1950
142/50-59
Foster Creek (Chief Joseph Dam)
1945-1950
142/60
Fox Island (proposed bridge)
1947
142/61-62
Friday Harbor
1945-1957
142/63
Gillian County, OR
1950
143/1-3
Grays Harbor (Chehalis River)
1948-1956
143/4-7
Green River and Duwamish River
Including Eagle Gorge
1946-1949
143/8
Hammersley Inlet (Shelton)
1949-1951
143/9
Ilanford, WA
1945-1946
143/10
Hanford Contract & Workers
1945-1946
143/11-16
Hell's Canyon Dam
1948-1956
143/17
Hill County, MT
1950
143/18
Hood Canal (canals to Pacific Ocean and ColumbiaRiver)
1945-1949
143/19-22
Hood Canal, Dabob Bay (bomb range)
1949-1951
143/23
Hood Canal Bridge
1953-1956
143/24
Hood River, OR
1954
143/25-36
Ice Harbor Dam
1949-1957
143/37-38
John Day Dam
1948-1957
143/39
Johns River (Grays Harbor)
1950
143/40
Strait of Juan de Fuca
1950
143/41-42
Kalama (erosion control)
1948-1951
143/43-44
Kautz Creek (Puyallup River and NisquallyRiver)
1949-1956
143/45
Kingston (small-craft harbor)
1956
143/46
Kooskia Dam (Idaho)
1948
143/47
Kootenai River (Bonners Ferry, ID)
1950
143/48
Lake Crockett
1947-1955
143/49-51
Lake Washington Ship Canal
1947-1958
143/52
Lewis River
1946-1949
143/53
Little Hoquiam River
1949
143/54
Little Snake River
1949
143/55
Lopez Island (Fishermans Bay)
1949-1955
143/56
McChord Air Force Base
1950
143/57
McKenzie River
1946
143/58-64
McNary Dam (Umatilla Dam)
1945-1948
144/1-2
McNary Dam
1949-1955
144/3
Methow River (Twisp, WA)
1948-1951
144/4
Mill Creek, (Walla Walla, WA)
1948-1957
144/5-6
Millers Bay (Squaib Bay)
1950-1955
144/7
Mission Creek
1952-1955
144/8-9
Mud Mountain Dam
1950-1951
144/10
Neah Bay
1941-1956
144/11-12
Nooksack River (Bellingham, WA)
1945-1955
144/13
Okanogan River
1948-1951
144/14
Okanogan and Similkameen Rivers
1952-1954
144/15-16
Olympia Harbor
1946-1957
144/17-18
Pasco (Riverview, WA)
1950-1954
144/19
Pend Oreille River
1947-1949
144-/20
Percival Creek, Steamboat Island
1952
144/21
Petersburg Harbor (Alaska)
1948
144/21
Pilchuck River (erosion control)
1945-1949
144/23-29
Point Chehalis (Grays Harbor, WA; jettystabilization)
1947-1948
144/30
Port of Embarkation -- Seattle, WA
1950
144/31-32
Port Townsend
1950-1955
144/33
Portage Bay, Seattle, WA (pierheadrelocation)
1946
144/34-35
Portage Canal, Port Townsend, WA(bridge)
1948-1950
144/36-38
Portland, OR
1950-1954
144/39-40
Poulsbo Bay
1949-1951
144/41-42
Powell, Thurman (earth dike filterspillways)
1948
144/43-45
Priest Rapids Dam
1948-1956
144/46-47
Puyallup and Carbon Rivers (South PrairieCreek)
1946-1951
144/48
Quilceda Creek
1952
144/49
Quilcene Bay Boat Harbor
1948
144/50-60
Quillayute River
1942-1957
144/61-62
Richland, WA (flood control)
1954-1956
144/63
Ridgefield (Bachelor Island Slough)
1947
144/64
Ripple Rock, BC
1946-1947
144/65
Saint Regis River (Montana)
1950
144/66
Salem, OR (armory)
1950
144/67
Samish River
1949
144/68
Sammamish Basin (flood control)
1955-1956
145/1
Sammamish River
1946-1950
145/2
Sand Island
1955
145/3
Sauvie Island (Vancouver, WA)
1950
145/4
Seabeck Harbor
1955
145/5-6
Seattle, WA
1946-1953
145/7
Seattle, WA (Veterans Hospital)
1950
145/8
Seattle, WA (proposed surface dangers)
1951
145/9
Seldovia Harbor (Alaska)
1949
145/10
Shelter Huts, Boeing (Des Moinesbreakwater)
1946
145/11-12
Shilshole Bay Survey
1931-1950
145/13-18
Shilshole Breakwater
1949-1957
145/19
Siletz River Bar, Oregon
1949
145/20-21
Similkameen River
1949-1951
145/22-25
Skagit River
1948-1958
145/26
Skykomish River
1943-1955
145/27-32
Snake River
1949-1955
145/33-37
Snohomish River (Everett, WA)
1946-1955
145/38
Snoqualmie River (Carnation, WA)
1950-1956
145/39
Spokane Air Force Base
1950
145/40
Springsten Dam
1946
145/41
Stevens County
1950
145/42
Stillaguamish River
1947-1957
145/43
Swinomish Slough (Anacortes, WA)
1950-1957
145/44
Tacoma, WA (drawbridges)
1947-1955
145/45
Tacoma Harbor (pierhead relocation)
1948-1950
145/46
Tacoma, WA (small boat harbor)
1950-1957
145/47-51
Tacoma, WA (industrial waterway)
1954-1956
145/52
Tacoma Harbor (industrial waterway)
1957
145/53
Touchet River (flood control)
1950
145/54
Tumwater Armory
1950
145/55
Union Slough (Everett, WA)
1950
145/56
Valley County, MT (water supply)
1950
145/57
Vancouver, WA (Fruit Valley Home OwnersAssoc.)
1949
145/58
Vancouver, WA (freshwater harbor)
1950
145/59-60
Vancouver, WA (flood control)
1956-1957
145/61
Walla Walla, WA (flood control)
1952-1956
145/62
Whatcom County, WA (water supply well)
1950
145/63
White Salmon River
1957
145/64-68
Willamette River (flood control)
1948
145/65-72
Willapa Harbor
1946-1957
145/73-74
Wilson Creek
1946-1957
145/75
Wind River
1956-1957
145/76
Wishkah River (Aberdeen, WA)
1948
145/77-78
Woodland, WA (flood control)
1949-1950
146/1-3
Wynoochee River (flood control)
1956
146/4-5
Yakima River (erosion survey)
1946-1947
146/6
Yakima River (U.S. Atomic EnergyCommission)
1948
146/7-8
Yakima River (flood control)
1949-1957
146/9
Zosel Dam
1946
News Releases -- Magnuson
Box/Folder
146/10
Miscellaneous
1945
146/11-17
Radio Releases
1948
146/18
Alaska Housing Shortage
1949
146/19
Reciprocity Information on Imports Affecting the Pacific Northwest
1950
146/20
Washington's Prosperity Under Democrats
1950
146/21
Campaign
1950
146/22-23
Miscellaneous
1950
146/24
Alaska Public Works Appropriation
1951
146/24
American Legion
1951
146/24