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Richard Neuberger papers, 1930-1960

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Neuberger, Richard L. (Richard Lewis), 1912-1960
Title
Richard Neuberger papers
Dates
1930-1960 (inclusive)
Quantity
80.0 linear feet, (63 containters)
Collection Number
Ax 078
Summary
Richard Lewis Neuberger (1912-1960), an Oregon native, was a U.S. Senator (D-OR) from 1954 to 1960. The Richard Neuberger collection consists of correspondence, legislation, published articles, and newspaper articles which pertain to the literary and political career of Richard Lewis Neuberger.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public. Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.
Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Richard Lewis Neuberger was born in Portland, Oregon on December 26, 1912 to Isaac and Ruth Neuberger. In 1928, he began writing articles for various newspapers and magazines. He attended the University of Oregon in Eugene as an undergraduate and during that time he published his first article in the New York Times. Neuberger attended classes at the University of Oregon Law School in the 1930’s. In time Neuberger became a regular correspondent for the Pacific Northwest. By 1940, Neuberger’s name was well known to the readers of The New Republic, Harper’s Magazine, Collier’s, The Christian Century, Forum, Current History, American Magazine, and Reader’s Digest. In his lifetime, Richard Neuberger wrote a total of six books and over 300 articles for various newspapers and magazines. In 1940, he was elected as representative to the Oregon Legislative Assembly. He resigned in 1942 to fight in World War II, where he earned the rank of captain.

Richard Neuberger married Maurine Brown on December 20, 1945. In 1946 he was asked to run for governor of Oregon. He declined but instead ran for the state senate and was defeated. He continued writing articles until 1948 when he again ran for state senate, and was this time elected. In 1950, Maurine Neuberger was elected to the state House of Representatives. They were the only husband and wife pair in American history to hold political positions at the same time.

In 1954, Richard Neuberger ran for the United States Senate and became the first Democratic senator from Oregon since 1914. He held the position of U.S. Senator until his death in 1960, when his wife was chosen to complete his term.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Richard Neuberger collection comprises correspondence, legislation, published articles, photographs and newspaper articles which pertain to the literary and political career of Richard Lewis Neuberger. The Senatorial files include correspondence, legislation, and reports given to or written by Neuberger as well as sound recordings. Neuberger's Personal files cover specific issues. The Manuscripts series contains manuscripts, published materials, and literary correspondence, and is a record of most of Neuberger's literary articles. This series contains original published articles and unpublished drafts. The Biographical series is not very large. It contains articles written about his personal life and career. The Scrapbooks series includes newspaper clippings, pictures, and sound recordings that relate to Neuberger in some way. The Oversize Material series contains scrapbooks, films, sound recordings and speech index.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Richard Neuberger Papers, Ax 078, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Senatorial FilesReturn to Top

Correspondence files, arranged by broad subject, as filed by Senator Neuberger’s staff. The correspondence and accompanying documents relate to problems of constituents, bills pending in Congress, long-range issues, and questions of the moment that concerned or might concern Congress. The correspondence is with persons having particular interest in specific legislation or issues. Much of it is from Oregon and Pacific Northwest sources.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1-9
Agriculture. Forest Service. General
1 10
Agriculture. Forest Service. General. Miscellaneous
1 11
Agriculture. Forest Service. Budget. Corvallis Lab
1 12
Agriculture. Forest Service. Pulp Mills
Ownership of mills, and pollution problems.
1957
1 12
Agriculture. Forest Service. Sustained Yield
Various sustained yield units, and Neuberger legislation concerning sustained yield.
1 13
Agriculture. Forest Service. Timber Sales
Cutting practices, and sales of timber land.
1 14
Agriculture. Forest Service. Timberline Lodge
Forest Service programs in the Mt. Hood, Ore. Area, and the development of Timberline Lodge.
1 15
Agriculture. Forest Service. Vincent Creek Forest Fire Legislation
Question of compensation for fighting Vincent Creek fire, 1951, by the U.S. government to Oregon Forest Fire Association. S. 1153, 86th Cong., and S. Res. 327, 86th Cong. Also, Memorandum, Oregon State Board of Forestry, July 12, 1956 on Vincent Creek fire.
1951-1956
1 16
Agriculture. Mice
1 17
Agriculture. Soil Conservation
Bureau of Land Management; Soil Conservation Service. Budgets, specific programs, and request.
1 18
Alcohol
Liquor on army posts; liquor laws and legislation.
1 19
Animal Welfare
Cruelty to animals; anti-vivisection; animals in laboratories.
1 20
Armed Services. Air Force
Use of military personnel in construction work on Air Force bases.
1 21
Armed Services. Coast Guard
Radar equipment proposed for Coast Guard stations in Oregon.
1 22
Armed Services. Installations
Posts, camps and stations, especially in Oregon. Specifically, Tongue Point Naval Station, Astoria.
1 23
Armed Services. Installations. Boardman Bombing Range
Disposition of the bombing range.
1960
1 24
Armed Services. Installations. Housing
Transportation of household goods of military personnel by private moving firms.
1959-1960
1 25
Armed Services. Selective Service
Extension of Selective Service Act.
1959
1 26
Campaign Spending
1 27
Campaign Spending
1955
1 28-29
Campaign Spending
1956
1 30
Campaign Spending
1957
1 31-32
Campaign Spending
1958
1 33
Campaign Spending
1959
1 34
Campaign Spending. Miscellaneous
1 35
Campaign Spending. Legislation
“Case-Neuberger bill,” S. 1332, and other bills.
2 1
Campaign Spending. Conflict of Interest
Congressional ethics as related to obligations of congressmen to contributors.
2 2
Civil Rights
Anti-Semitism, segregation, states’ rights.
2 3
Civil Rights. J. Robert Oppenheimer
The appearance of Oppenheimer on campus in Oregon and Washington.
1955
2 4
Claims. Robert Stroud
Efforts toward release of Stroud from prison; the “Birdman of Alcatraz”.
2 5
Commerce. Exports
Export of Oregon products; the question of export of scrap metal.
2 6
Commerce. Reciprocal Trade
Effect of H.R. 1, on cherries, crab meat, and wood products.
1955
2 7
Commerce. Sugar
Amendments to sugar import regulations, especially as effecting sugar beet industry.
2 8
Commerce. Tuna Fish
Tariff on import of frozen tuna for processing.
2 9
Commerce. Foreign
Trade and tariff policies in general.
2 10
Committees and Commissions. General
2 11
Committees and Commissions. General
Public and governmental.
2 12
Committees and Commissions. Agriculture and Forestry Committee
Neuberger declines membership.
1958
2 13
Committees and Commissions. Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial Commission
2 14
Committees and Commissions. Interior and Insular Affairs Committee
2 15
Committees and Commissions. National Monuments Commission
Interior Department. National Park Service.
2 16
Committees and Commissions. National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission
2 17
Committees and Commissions. National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission
1958
2 18
Committees and Commissions. National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission
1958-1959
2 19-21
Committees and Commissions. National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission
1959
2 22
Committees and Commissions. National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission
1960
2 23
Committees and Commissions. National Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission. Miscellaneous
2 24
Committees and Commissions. New York University Hall of Fame
2 25
Committees and Commissions. Post Office and Civil Service Committee
2 26
Committees and Commissions. Public Works Committee
2 27
Committees and Commissions. Select Committee on Small Business
2 28
Committees and Commissions. Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission
2 29
Congressman
Letters of approval, requests, letters of welcome.
2 30
Conservation. General
1954-1955
2 31
Conservation. General
1955
2 32
Conservation. General
1955-1956
2 33
Conservation. General
1956-1957
2 34
Conservation. General
1958-1959
3 1
Conservation. General
1959-1960
3 2
Conservation. General. Miscellaneous
3 3
Conservation. General. Colorado River Basin
Upper Colorado project.
3 4
Conservation. Echo Park
3 5
Conservation. Echo Park
1955
3 6
Conservation. Echo Park
1955-1956
3 7
Conservation. Echo Park. Miscellaneous
3 8
Conservation. George Washington Memorial Parkway
3 9
Conservation. Mineral Claims and Rights
3 10
Conservation. National Forests
1954-1956
3 11
Conservation. National Forests
1957-1959
3 12
Conservation. National Forests. Miscellaneous
3 13
Conservation. National Parks
1955
3 14
Conservation. National Parks
1956-1957
3 15
Conservation. National Parks
1958-1960
3 16
Conservation. National Parks. Miscellaneous
3 17
Conservation. National Parks. “Mission 66.” Miscellaneous
3 18
Conservation. National Parks. Olympic National Park
Proposals for expanding, contracting, timber sales.
3 19
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
3 20
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
March 1959-April 18, 1959
3 21
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
April 1959-May 1959
3 22
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
June 1959-July 1959
3 23
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
August 1959
3 24
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
September 1959
3 25
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
October 1959
3 26
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
November 1959-December 1959
3 27
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes
1960
3 28
Conservation. National Parks. Seashore and Dunes. Miscellaneous
3 29
Conservation. National Parks. Shoreline Bill
S. 2010. Also, Indian Dunes Park.
1959
4 1
Conservation. National Resources
Conservation of water.
4 2
Conservation. Rock Creek Park, District of Columbia
Proposals to add to, change, and improve.
4 3
Conservation. Soil
Soil conservation districts in Oregon. Budgets, proposals, reports and problems.
4 4
Conservation. Waldo Lake Proposals
Access to and improvement of Waldo Lake, Ore. region.
4 5
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
4 6
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1956-1957
4 7
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1957
4 8
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1957-1958
4 9
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1958 (April 3, 1958-August 28, 1958)
4 10
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1958 (September 5, 1958-November 26, 1958)
4 11
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1958-1959
4 12
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1959
4 13
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals
1959-1960
4 14
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals. Miscellaneous
4 15
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals. Three Sisters Wilderness Area, Oregon
4 16
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals. Three Sisters Wilderness Area, Oregon
1955
4 17
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals. Three Sisters Wilderness Area, Oregon
1956
4 18
Conservation. Wilderness Area Proposals. Three Sisters Wilderness Area, Oregon. Miscellaneous
4 19
Conservation. Youth Conservation Corps
Proposed S. 812.
1959
4 20
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1955
4 21
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1956
4 22
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1956-1957
4 23
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1957-1958
4 24
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1958
4 25
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1958-1959
4 26
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1959 (February 5, 1959-April 16, 1959)
4 27
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1959 (April 17, 1959-July 29, 1959)
4 28
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1959 (August 3, 1959-December 1959)
4 29
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife
1960
5 1
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. Miscellaneous
5 2
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. Hearing Statements
5 3
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. Hearings
Hearing of special subcommittees on fisheries of the Senate committee on interstate and foreign commerce, Astoria, Ore. Correspondence and documents.
November 10, 1959
5 4
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. Humane Trapping
5 5
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. Salmon Runs
Conflict between power dams and salmon interests.
5 6
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. Refuges. National Wildlife Refuges
5 7
Conservation of Fish and Wildlife. Refuges, Wichita Refuge
5 8
Confirmations and Appointments. General
1958
5 9
Confirmations and Appointments. General
1959-1960
5 10
Confirmations and Appointments. Ankeny, Marlin J. (Director, U.S. Bureau of Mines)
5 11
Confirmations and Appointments. D’Ewart, Wesley. (Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Public Management)
5 12
Confirmations and Appointments. East, William G. (U.S. District Judge, District of Oregon)
5 13
Confirmations and Appointments. Hall, John A. (Director, Bureau of Locomotive Inspection)
5 14
Confirmations and Appointments. Harlan, John. (Supreme Court Justice)
5 15
Confirmations and Appointments. Keuykendall, Jerome K. (Chairman, Federal Power Commission)
5 16
Confirmations and Appointments. Luce, Clare Booth. (Ambassador to Brazil)
5 17
Confirmations and Appointments. Sobeloff, Simon E. (Associate Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals)
July 3, 1956-July 5, 1956
5 18
Confirmations and Appointments. Sobeloff, Simon E. (Associate Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals)
February 6, 1959-June 23, 1959
5 19
Confirmations and Appointments. Sobeloff, Simon E. (Associate Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals) Miscellaneous
December 18, 1959
5 20
Confirmations and Appointments. Strauss, Lewis L. (Secretary of Commerce)
5 21
Defense. General
5 22
Defense. General
1955-1957
5 23
Defense. General. Miscellaneous
1958-1959
5 24
Defense. Atomic Weapons
Nuclear testing, use of atomic weapons.
5 25
Democratic Party. General
5 26
Democratic Party. Johnson-Proxmire case
Letters concerning Neuberger’s defense of Sen. Lyndon Johnson against Sen. William Proxmire.
1959
5 27
Democratic Party. Oregon
5 28
Education and Training. General
5 29
Education and Training. General
1956-March 1958
5 30
Education and Training. General
1955-1960
5 31
Education and Training. Academy Appointments
USMA, USNA, USAFA, Merchant Marines.
1955-1956
5 32
Education and Training. Academy Appointments
USMA, USNA, USAFA, Merchant Marines.
1957-1958
5 33
Education and Training. Academy Appointments. Miscellaneous
USMA, USNA, USAFA, Merchant Marines.
1955-1958
5 34
Education and Training. Blind and Deaf Assistance
5 35
Education and Training. Federal Aid
1955-1956
5 36
Education and Training. Federal Aid
1957-1958
6 1
Education and Training. Federal Aid
1958-1959
6 2
Education and Training. Federal Aid. Miscellaneous
1955-1960
6 3
Education and Training. Federal Aid. Impacted Areas
Assistance under P.L. 815.
1959-1960
6 4
Education and Training. Federal Aid. Murray-Metcalf Bill
S. 2 and H.R. 22.
1959
6 5
Education and Training. National Defense Education Act
1958-1959
6 6
Education and Training. National Defense Education Act
1959-1960
6 7
Education and Training. Federal Aid. Parochial Schools
Roman Catholic influence on legislation.
6 8
Education and Training. Juvenile Delinquency
Welfare programs, punishment of delinquents.
6 9
Education and Training. National Education Association
6 10
Education and Training. Physical Education
Government interest in physical fitness.
6 11
Education and Training. Scholarships
Neuberger scholarships to various schools.
6 12
Education and Training. Universities and Colleges
June 1955-1957
6 13
Education and Training. Universities and Colleges
1957-1960
6 14
Elections
Plans for re-election by Neuberger.
1960
6 15
Family Allowance Plan
1955-1957
6 16
Family Allowance Plan
1957-1960
6 17
Foreign Relations. General
6 18
Foreign Relations. General
1955
6 19
Foreign Relations. General
1956-1957
6 20
Foreign Relations. Foreign Aid
1955-1957
6 21
Foreign Relations. Foreign Aid
1958
6 22
Foreign Relations. Foreign Aid. Miscellaneous
1959-1960
6 23
Foreign Relations. Radio Free Europe
6 24
Foreign Relations. Relief of Orphans
Particularly Korean orphans.
6 25
Foreign Relations. General
Treaties and agreements of interest to Oregon persons.
6 26
Foreign Relations. Asia
6 27
Foreign Relations. Canada
6 28
Foreign Relations. Canada
1957-1959
6 29
Foreign Relations. Red China
6 30
Foreign Relations. Europe
6 31
Foreign Relations. Formosa
6 32
Foreign Relations. Hungary
6 33
Foreign Relations. Japan
6 34
Foreign Relations. Latin America
6 35
Foreign Relations. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
6 36
Foreign Relations. Russia
6 37
Foreign Relations. United Nations
7 1
General. Economics. “Census”
Census, economic theories, monetary and fiscal policies.
7 2
General. Politics
Forms of government, federal-state relations, presidential succession, nepotism, political oddities.
7 3
General Legislation
1956
7 4
General Legislation
1957
7 5
General Legislation
January 1959-June 1959
7 6
General Legislation
Requests for, reports on, and information about legislation.
July 1959-December 1959
7 7
General Legislation. Co-Sponsored Legislation
8 1
General Legislation. Accountants and Accounting
8 2
General Legislation. Alien Property
8 3
General Legislation. Community Facilities Bill
8 4
General Legislation. Detroit Dam
Naming of dam after Douglas McKay.
8 5
General Legislation. DeVoto, Bernard Bill
Proposal to name national forest in Idaho after Bernard DeVoto.
8 6
General Legislation. District of Columbia
1959
8 7
General Legislation. Disaster Insurance. Lehman bill, S. 3137, 84th Congress
8 8
General Legislation. Drug Prices
8 9
General Legislation. Fair Trade
S. 3850, 85th Congress.
8 10
General Legislation. Federal Construction Contract Procedures Act
H.R. 7168, S. 2300.
1957-1958
8 11
General Legislation. Flood Control
Flood insurance, bank erosion control.
8 12
General Legislation. Henly Construction Company
Private bill for relief.
8 13
General Legislation. Housing
Low income housing, housing for aged, federal support of housing construction.
8 14
General Legislation. Inflation
8 15
General Legislation. Irrigon (Barge)
S. 2342, permitting use of barge Irrigon in coast-wide trade.
1956
8 16
General Legislation. Job Discrimination
Discrimination against persons over 40.
8 17
General Legislation. Jury Trials for Seamen
S. 1813.
1954
8 18
General Legislation. Metric System
8 19
General Legislation. Nepotism
8 20
General Legislation. Obscene Literature
8 21
General Legislation. Off-shore Oil
8 22
General Legislation. Repeal of 22nd Amendment
8 23
General Legislation. Robinson-Patman Act
Anti-price discrimination, especially gasoline dealers and distributors.
8 24
General Legislation. Rule 22
Limiting debate; anti-filibuster.
8 25
General Legislation. Rural Library Service Act
Extension of Rural Library Service Act.
8 26
General Legislation. Shoe Labeling
8 27
General Legislation. Small Boat Safety
8 28
General Legislation. The Dalles Dam
Proposal to name the dam after Franklin D. Roosevelt.
8 29
General Legislation. Television Bill
8 30
General Legislation. Unemployment Insurance
1958
8 31
General Legislation. Sara Venegas
Private bill.
8 32
General Legislation. Vivisection correspondence
8 33
Government Agencies and Departments. Agriculture
8 34
Government Agencies and Departments. Air Force
8 35
Government Agencies and Departments. Architect of the Capitol
8 36
Government Agencies and Departments. Army
8 37
Government Agencies and Departments. Atomic Energy Commission
8 38
Government Agencies and Departments. Budget Bureau
8 39
Government Agencies and Departments. Budget Bureau
1959
8 40
Government Agencies and Departments. Budget Bureau – Budget Reductions
9 1
Government Agencies and Departments. Census Bureau
9 2-3
Government Agencies and Departments. Civil Aeronautics Board
9 4
Government Agencies and Departments. Civil Aeronautics Board
1958-1959
9 5
Government Agencies and Departments. Docket 5463. Klamath Falls airline service
9 6
Government Agencies and Departments. Docket 5463. Klamath Falls airline service. Klamath Falls – Reno
9 7
Government Agencies and Departments. Docket 5031. Polar air route case
9 8
Government Agencies and Departments. Overseas airline carriers
9 9
Government Agencies and Departments. Civil Service Commission
9 10
Government Agencies and Departments. Commerce Department
9 11
Government Agencies and Departments. Commerce Department – Aid to airports legislation
9 12
Government Agencies and Departments. Customs Bureau
9 13
Government Agencies and Departments. Defense Department
9 14
Government Agencies and Departments. Engineers, Corps of
1958-1959
9 15
Government Agencies and Departments. Engineers, Corps of – Arlington, Ore., disposal of property
9 16
Government Agencies and Departments. Farmers Home Loan Administration
9 17
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Aviation Agency
9 18
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Communications Commission
1955-1959
9 19
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Communications Commission. Radio
9 20
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Communications Commission. Television
9 21
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Communications Commission. Television, Channel 9, Eugene, Ore.
9 22
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Home Loan Bank Board
9 23
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Housing Administration
1958-1959
9 24
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Housing Administration. Arrington, J. Guy
9 25
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Housing Administration. Montee addition, Pendleton, Ore.
9 26
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Housing Administration. Moorland Court, Inc., Fairbanks, AK.
9 27
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Power Commission
9 28
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Power Commission
1958-1959
10 1
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Reserve System
10 2
Government Agencies and Departments. Federal Trade Commissions. Battery additive
10 3
Government Agencies and Departments. General Service Administration
10 4
Government Agencies and Departments. Interior Department. Alaska
10 5
Government Agencies and Departments. Interior Department. Land Exchange in Lower Klamath Lake Area – Veterans Farming
10 6
Government Agencies and Departments. Interior Department. Bonneville Power Administration. Raymond H. Harlow case, personal policies, land acquisition
10 7
Government Agencies and Departments. Interior Department. Appointment of Fred Seaton
10 8
Government Agencies and Departments. Interior Department. Bureau of Indian Affairs
10 9
Government Agencies and Departments. Interstate Commerce Commission
10 10-11
Government Agencies and Departments. Interstate Commerce Commission. Boxcar shortage in west
10 12
Government Agencies and Departments. Interstate Commerce Commission. Reduced freight rates for meat packing house products
10 13
Government Agencies and Departments. Justice Department
10 14
Government Agencies and Departments. Justice Department. Paul Hanlin case
10 15
Government Agencies and Departments. Justice Department. Matson steamship line rate case
10 16
Government Agencies and Departments. Justice Department. Federal Bureau of Investigation
10 17
Government Agencies and Departments. Labor Department
10 18-19
Government Agencies and Departments. Land Management Bureau
10 20
Government Agencies and Departments. Land Management Bureau. Access to public land
10 21
Government Agencies and Departments. Land Management Bureau. Vincent Creek fire
1951
11 1
Government Agencies and Departments. Maritime Commission
11 2
Government Agencies and Departments. National Institute of Health
11 3
Government Agencies and Departments. National Labor Relations Board
11 4-5
Government Agencies and Departments. Navy Department
11 6
Government Agencies and Departments. Navy Department. Blimps
11 7
Government Agencies and Departments. Navy Department. Bureau of ships
11 8
Government Agencies and Departments. Post Office Department
11 9
Government Agencies and Departments. Public Housing Administration
11 10
Government Agencies and Departments. Public Roads Bureau
11 11
Government Agencies and Departments. Reclamation Bureau
11 12-13
Government Agencies and Departments. Rural Electrification Administration
11 14
Government Agencies and Departments. Securities Exchange Commission (Especially Central Oils, Inc.)
11 15
Government Agencies and Departments. Small Business Administration
11 16
Government Agencies and Departments. Small Business Administration
1959
11 17
Government Agencies and Departments. Small Business Administration - Timber set-aside program
11 18
Government Agencies and Departments. State Department
11 19
Government Agencies and Departments. State Department
1959-1960
11 20
Government Agencies and Departments. State Department
1957-1958
11 21
Government Agencies and Departments. State Department. Columbia missionaries case
11 22
Government Agencies and Departments. State Department. Galapagos Islands colony (proposed)
11 23
Government Agencies and Departments. United States Information Agency
11 24
Government Agencies and Departments. Weather Bureau
11 25
Immigration
11 26
Immigration. Holt, Harry
Korean orphans project.
11 27
Immigration. Korean Veterans. Naturalization
11 28
Immigration. McCarran-Walter Act
11 29
Immigration. Refugee Relief Legislation
11 30
Immigration. Refugees
11 31
Immigration. Refugees. Hungarian
11 32
Immigration. Refugees. Orphans
Includes Holt orphans.
1958
12 1
Indian Affairs. General and Legislation
1957-1958
12 2
Indian Affairs. General
1959
12 3
Indian Affairs. Claims
12 4
Indian Affairs. S 1215. Morse-Neuberger Bill
12 5
Indian Affairs. Indian Claims Commission Act
Bill to extend or continue.
12 6-7
Indian Affairs. Celilo Indians
12 8
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians
12 9
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians
1955-1956
12 10
Indian Affairs. Colville Indians
12 11
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians. Wade Crawford case
12 12
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians. McKay-Phillips case
12 13
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians. Termination of Reservation
1957
12 14
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians. Termination of Reservation
January 1958-April 1958
13 1
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians. Termination of Reservation
August 1958-December 1958
13 2
Indian Affairs. Klamath Indians. Termination of Reservation
1959
13 3
Indian Affairs. Nez Pierce Indians. Chief Joseph
Proposals to re-inter Chief Joseph in Wallowa County, Ore. Includes file of Max Wilson, attorney of Joseph, Ore., on subject of burial of Chief Joseph.
1923-1949
13 4
Indian Affairs. Quinault Indians. Timber
13 5
Indian Affairs. Yakima Indians
Settlement of claims resulting from construction of the Dalles Dam.
13 6
Industries. General
Includes flouring mills in Philippines and Korea.
1954-1959
13 7
Industries. Area Redevelopment Legislation
13 8
Industries. Aluminum
13 9
Industries. Archery
Procurement of arrow shaft timber.
13 10
Industries. Banking
Mergers, interest rates, bank policy, and fiscal policy. Especially letters from C.B. Stephenson, president, First National Bank of Oregon.
13 11
Industries. Banking. Financial Institutions Act of 1957
Amendment.
1957
13 12
Industries. Defense Contracts
Assistance to Northwest, especially Oregon, firms bidding on defense contracts.
1955-1960
13 13
Industries. Defense Contracts. Willamette Iron and Steel Company Bids
13 14
Industries. Fishing
Salmon and tuna fishing and canning. Sports vs. commercial fishing, and fish vs. power dams controversy. Especially letters from T.F. Sandoz, Columbia River Packers Association.
13 15
Industries. Gasoline and Oil. Dealers
13 16
Industries. Lumber
Including plywood.
1955-1957
14 1
Industries. Lumber
1958
14 2
Industries. Lumber
1959-1960
14 3
Industries. Mining
Specifically in Oregon: gold, mercury and tungsten.
1955-1960
14 4
Industries. Mining. Chrome and Manganese
14 5
Industries. Mining. Nickel
14 6
Industries. Mining. Tungsten
Mark II Mining Company, Portland, Ore.
14 7
Industries. Mining. Petroleum and Natural Gas
Natural gas legislation and oil prospecting in Oregon.
14 8
Industries. Mining. Zirconium
Wah Chang Corporation, Albany, Ore.
14 9
Industries. Publishing
14 10
Industries. Ship Yards. Repair
14 11
Industries. Soap
Henry Feldman, Mt. Hood Soap Co., Portland, Ore.
14 12
Industries. Sporting Goods. Sale of Firearms
14 13
Industries. Steel. Scrap
Export of scrap metal.
14 14
Industries. Tugboats
Towing of government vessels. Especially letters from Thomas J. White, secretary, Columbia Basin River Operators.
14 15
Irrigation and Reclamation. General
1956-1957
14 16
Irrigation and Reclamation. General
1958
14 17
Irrigation and Reclamation. Appropriations
Budget Bureau, U.S. Engineers, and appropriations committees.
1955-1958
14 18
Irrigation and Reclamation. Columbia Basin Account
S. 1388, 86th Congress, to provide for establishment of a Pacific Northwest Account, to assist orderly marketing of and allocation of funds from powers projects in the region.
1957-1960
15 1
Irrigation and Reclamation. Columbia Basin Interagency Committee
15 2
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Control. General
15 3
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Control. Potential Floods, Oregon
U.S. Engineers estimate of possible flooding in Oregon.
1956
15 4
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Control. Rainer Drainage District
Need for diking of Columbia River.
15 5
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Control. Rogue River
15 6
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Control. Santiam River
15 7
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Control. Umpqua River Basin
15 8
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Control. Willamette Basin
15 9
Irrigation and Reclamation. Flood Damage and Insurance. Oregon
1956
15 10
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Baker Project (Baker County, Ore.)
15 11
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Bruce's Eddy (Proposed)
15 12
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Bully Creek
15 13
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Crooked River
15 14
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Green Peter and Cougar Dams
15 15
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Haystack Reservoir
15 16
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Hills Creek Dam
15 17
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Klamath Canal Fence
15 18
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Klamath Irrigation District
15 19
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Mill Creek
15 20
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Owyhee Project
15 21
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Pendleton Project
16 1
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Savage Rapids Dam. (Fish screens)
16 2
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Silvies River Project
16 3
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Silvies River Survey
16 4
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Talent Project
16 5
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. The Dalles, West Unit
16 6
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Tillamook Bay and Bar (Bayocean)
16 7
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Tualatin River Project
16 8
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Wapinitis Project
16 9
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. West Rainier Project
16 10
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Wilson River (Fish rehabilitation)
16 11
Irrigation and Reclamation Projects. Yamhill Basin Project (Yamhill Basin Commission)
16 12
Judiciary. General
16 13
Judiciary. U.S. Marshall (Medford)
Retaining office of Deputy U.S. Marshall in Medford.
16 14
Labor. General
1956
16 15
Labor. General
1957-1958
16 16
Labor. General
1959-1960
16 17
Labor. Automation
16 18
Labor. Fair Labor Standards Act
Amendments to and exemptions from.
16 19
Labor. National Labor Relations Board
Relating to various cases before it.
16 20
Labor. Wages and Hours
16 21
Labor Unions. General
1957-1958
16 22
Labor Unions. General
1959
16 23
Labor Unions. General
1960
16 24
Labor Unions. Investigations of Racketeering
House select committee on improper activities in the labor-management field.
1957
16 25
Labor. Resolution to Investigate Racketeering
16 26
Labor Unions. Legislation. General
1960
16 27
Labor Unions. Legislation. General
Proposals for and against labor legislation and control of union activities.
1952
16 28
Labor Unions. Legislation. Kenney-Ives-Copper bills
16 29
Labor Unions. AFL-CIO
16 30
Labor Unions. International Woodworkers of America (IWA)
16 31
Labor Unions. Teamsters
16 32
Labor Unions. Transport Workers
17 1
Lobbying
17 2
National Monuments and Memorials. General
17 3
National Monuments and Memorials. Fort Clatsop, Ore.
17 4
Navigation. General
17 5
Navigation. General
1955-1956
17 6
Navigation. General
1957-1958
17 7
Navigation. Waterways. Use Charges
17 8
Navigation. Waterways. Toll-free rivers
17 9
Navigation Projects
17 10
Bandon, Port of (Coquille River)
17 11
Charleston Small Boat Harbor
17 12
Chetko Cove and Harbor
17 13
Columbia River. General
17 14
Columbia River. Channel Development
17 15
Columbia River. Use of Government Lands
17 16
Coos-Millicoma Project
17 17
Port Orford
17 18
Port of Portland
17 19
Port of Siuslaw
1955-1956
17 20
Port of Siuslaw
1957-1958
17 21
Skipanon Channel
17 22
Tillamook Bay and Bar
17 23
Umatilla River
17 24
Umpqua River Project
1956-1958
17 25
Umpqua River Project
1959-1960
17 26
Yaquina Bay
18 1
Oregon. General
1955
18 2
Oregon. General
1956
18 3
Oregon. General
1957
18 4
Oregon. General
1958
18 5
Oregon. General
1959
18 6-7
Oregon. General
1960
18 8
Oregon. Archaeological Society
Preservation of artifacts in the Dalles Dam area and elsewhere. Also other groups with same interest.
18 9
Oregon. Economic Situation
January 1957-June 1957
18 10
Oregon. Economic Situation
July 1957-December 1957
18 11
Oregon. Economic Situation
1959-1960
18 12
Oregon. Election Laws
Specifically, as affecting Democratic Party. Duplicate signing of poll books.
18 13
Oregon. Foreign Trade and Investments
Proposed study of impact of foreign trade on Oregon economy.
18 14
Oregon. Highways
Federal aid to highway construction. Route and land acquisition controversies.
18 15
Oregon. Klamath River Basin Compact
S. 2431, 1957, providing for joint interstate use of Klamath River water by Oregon and California. Also A.M. Thomas report on the California-Oregon Interstate Klamath River Commission, 1956.
1956-1957
19 1
Oregon. Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
Federal aid and cooperation for.
19 2
Oregon. Portland Zoo
Aid in acquiring animals.
19 3
Oregon. Portland Airport
Controversy over military use of.
19 4
Oregon. Roseburg Explosion
Includes copy of investigation by I.C.C Bureau of Motor Carriers, Section of Motor Carrier Safety. Dec. 7, 1959.
1959
19 5
Oregon. Welfare Problems
Requests for aid; requests for federal legislation.
19 6
Oregon. Politics. General
1956-1957
19 7
Oregon. Politics. General
1958
19 8
Oregon. Politics. General
1959
19 9
Oregon. Politics. General
1960
19 10
Oregon. Politics. Robert Holms
Campaign.
1958
19 11
Oregon. Politics. Mark Hatfield
19 12
Organizations. Boy Scouts of America
19 13
Organizations. Americans for Democratic Action
19 14
Passports
Aid in securing; controversy over non-issuance for political reasons.
19 15
Patents
Advice on how to patent; requests for change in laws.
19 16
Personalities. A through . . .
19 17
Personalities. McKay, Douglas
19 18
Personalities. Eisenhower, Dwight D.
19 19
Personalities. Nixon, Richard
19 20
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. General
19 21
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. General
1958
19 22
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. General
1959
19 23
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. General
1960
20 1
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. General
20 2
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. General
1955
20 3
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. General
1959
20 4
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. Alaska Mail Route Bill
S. 1849.
1959
20 5
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. Closures
20 6
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. Closures. Hauser, OR Closure
20 7
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. Commemorative Stamps
20 8
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. New Buildings, Oregon
20 9
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. Parcel Post Sizes
20 10
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. Rates
20 11
Post Office and Civil Service. Rural Routes
20 12
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. “Train to Plane” First Class Mail
20 13
Post Office and Civil Service. P.O. Trains and Trucks
20 14
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. Claims “R”
20 15
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. Health Insurance
20 15
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. Legislation
20 16
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. Retirees
20 17
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. Health Legislation for Retirees
20 18-19
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. Retirements
20 20
Post Office and Civil Service. C.S. Security
Loyalty oaths, security charges.
21 1
Power. Bonneville Power Administration (BPA)
21 2
IPC Witness, Moment, Sam
21 3
Power. General
1955
21 4
Power. General
1955-1956
21 5
Power. General
1957-1960
21 6
Power Clippings
21 7
Columbia Basin Compact. General
1955-1958
21 8
Columbia River Regional Power Corporation
1960
21 9
Cougar Dam Docket. Project 2154
21 10
Columbia River Basin Development/Columbia River Regional Power Corp.
1957-1958
21 11
Columbia River Basin Development/Columbia River Regional Power Corp.
1959
21 12
Regional Power Corporation Bill S. 3114
21 13
Columbia River Diversion
1955-1956
22 1
Power Clippings. Regional Columbia River Diversion, etc.
22 2
Regional Columbia River Diversion. Canadian Hydroelectric Power Development
22 3
Power. Canada
22 4
Power. Upper Columbia River Hearings
1958
22 5
Power. Columbia River Diversion. Canadian Trip
October 1955
22 6
Columbia River Diversion. Canadian Trip. correspondence
22 7
Columbia River Diversion. Clippings
22 8
Columbia River Diversion. General
22 9
Power. Columbia River. International Joint Commission
1959
22 10
Power. Columbia River Report
1957
22 11
Power. Columbia River. North Pacific International Waterways Agency
1957
22 12
Power. Columbia River. “308 Report”
U.S. Engineers report on water resources of the Columbia Basin.
22 13
Power. Egypt’s High Dam. (Aswan Dam)
22 14
Power. Legislation. Headwaters Bill and Downstream Benefits
22 15
Power. Niagara and New York
Proposals, bills, and controversy over regional and state development of Niagara water power.
22 16
Power. Nuclear
22 17
Power. Nuclear testing
1958
22 18
Power. Private. General
1955-1960
23 1
Power. COPCO. Transmission Line. Big Bend Project
23 2
Portland General Electric Power. Private. Round Butte
23 3
Public Power
1955
23 4
California-Columbia Power Intertie
23 5
Public Power
1955-1956
23 6
Public Power
1957-1958
23 7
Power. Public Preference Clause
1956-1958
23 8
Power. Rate Schedules
1957-1958
23 9
Power. REA
1955-1959
23 10
Power. REA. Harney Electric Cooperative
1955-1959
23 11
Power State Allocations
23 12
Power. Stevens County, Washington. PUD
23 13
Power. Tennessee Valley Authority
1957-1958
23 14
Power. Tennessee Valley Authority. Dixon-Yates Controversy
23 15
Power. Tennessee Valley Authority
1955-1956
23 16
Power. Beaver March (McKenzie River)
23 17
Power Projects. Hell’s Canyon. General
1955
24 1-2
Power Projects. Hell’s Canyon
24 3
Power Projects. Hell’s Canyon
1958
24 4
Power Projects. Interior Hell’s Canyon
24 5
Power Projects. Ice Harbor Dam
24 6
Power Projects. John Day Dam
1958-1959
24 7
Power Projects. John Day Dam
1960
24 8
Power Projects. Middle Snake River and S. 3185
1957-1958
24 9
Power Projects. Middle Snake River and S. 3185
1959-1960
24 10
Power Projects. Mountain Sheep Dam
24 11
Power Projects. Nez Perce Dam
24 12
Power Projects. Paradise Dam
24 13
Power Projects. Pleasant Valley Project
24 14
Power Projects. Salmon and Clearwater Rivers Projects
24 15
Power Projects. Trinity River Project
25 1
Public Health. General
1956
25 2
Public Health. General
1957
25 3
Public Health. General
1958
25 4
Public Health. General
January 1959-June 1959
25 5
Public Health. General
July 1959-December 1959
25 6
Public Health. General
1960
25 7
Public Health. Appropriations
25 8
Public Health. Caner and Cancer Research
1958
25 9
Public Health. Caner and Cancer Research
1959
25 10
Public Health. Caner and Cancer Research
1960
25 11
Public Health. Caner and Cancer Research. Senator’s Material
25 12
Public Health. Hospital Construction
25 13
Public Health. Hill-Burton Act
25 14
Public Health. International Medical Year
25 15
Public Health. Legislation. General
25 16
Public Health. Legislation. Federal Recreation Services
25 17
Public Health. RLN Subject File
25 18
Public Health. Medical Research Programs
25 19
Public Health. Medicine and Health. General
25 20
Public Health. Mental Health
Specifically care of Alaska patients.
25 21
Public Health. Narcotics
25 22
Public Health. Commission on Nursing Services
25 23
Public Health. Oregon Public Health Grants
25 24-25
Public Health. Poliomyelitis. Salk Vaccine
25 26
Public Health. Radiation. Atomic Radiation Bill
25 27
Public Health. Tobacco
25 28
Public Health. Tuberculosis
25 29
Public Health. Water Pollution. (Fluorides)
26 1
Public Lands. General
26 2
Public Lands. Access Roads. General
26 3
Public Lands. Access Roads. Specific
26 4
Public Lands. Hearings on S. 1136
1957
26 5
Public Lands. Access Roads. O and C Timber, Siuslaw River Area
26 6-9
Public Lands. Al Serena Case
26 10
Public Lands. Grazing Lands
26 11
Public Lands. Legislation. General
26 12
Public Lands. Legislation. Barrett Bill
S. 863. “Western water rights settlement act of 1956” and Neuberger amendment.
1956
26 13
Public Lands. Mineral Rights and Mining
Including material on Al Serena case, and Bohemia Mining Company, Loran Stewart.
26 14
Public Lands Timber. Loran Stewart
26 15
Public Lands. O. and C. Lands. Access Roads
26 16
Public Lands. O. and C. Lands
1959
26 17
Public Lands. O. and C. Lands. Smith River Salvage Program
26 18
Public Lands. Quinalt Indian Reservation Timber Land
26 19
Public Lands. Siuslaw Area
27 1
Public Lands. Timber and Timber Sales
27 2
Public Lands. Policies
27 3
Public Lands. Timber and Timber Sales
27 4
Public Lands. Timber Sales and Management
1959-1960
27 5
Public Lands. Withdrawals. (Military)
27 6
Public Relations. General
1957
27 7
Public Relations. General
July 1957-December 1957
27 8
Public Relations. Assistance
27 9
Public Relations. Book Promotions
Gladys Workman, Only When I Laugh.
27 10
Public Relations. Senator's Books
27 11
Public Relations. Boy Scout Jamboree
1957
27 12
Public Relations. Commendations and Criticisms. General
1959
27 13
Public Relations. Friendly
27 14
Public Relations. Letters of Criticism
27 15
Public Relations. Lewis and Clark Sesquicentennial Celebration
1955
28 1
Public Relations. Press. General
28 2
Public Relations. Radio
1955-1957
28 3
Public Relations. Press. Corvallis Gazette
Incident of Patterson Telegram.
1956
28 4
Public Relations. Squirrels
Correspondence on matter of squirrels in White House lawn.
1955
28 5
Public Relations. Radio
1955
28 6
Public Relations. Speeches-Lectures. Statements
28 7
Public Relations. Speaking Schedules (recess)
1957
28 8
Public Relations. Fall Schedule
Speaking and meeting schedules.
1959
28 9
Public Relations. Television
1958-1960
28 10
Public Works. General
1955-1959
28 11
Public Works. General
1960
28 12
Public Works. Appropriations
28 13
Public Works. Astoria Toll Bridge
28 14
Public Works. Columbia River Dredging
Van Vleet Lumber Co. mill, Rainier, Ore.
28 15
Public Works. Highways. General
28 16
Public Works. Highways. General
1955
28 17
Public Works. Highways. General
1959
28 18
Public Works. Highways Bill
1956-1958
28 19
Public Works. Davis-Beacon Act. “Fair Labor Standards Act”
28 20
Public Works. Highways. Road Bill 1048
28 21
Public Works. Sub-Committee Public Roads. Northwest Hearings
29 1
Public Works. Highways. Forest Access Roads
29 2
Public Works. Highways Bill. Billboard Advertising
1957
29 3
Public Works. Highways Bill. Billboard Advertising
1958
29 4
Public Works. Highways Bill. Billboard Advertising
1959-1960
29 5
Public Works. National Housing
29 6
Public Works. Housing
29 7
Public Works. Interstate Bridge, Portland-Vancouver
29 8
Public Works. Lake Michigan Diversion
Chicago use of lake water for Illinois waterway.
29 9
Senators. A-Z
29 10
Senators Correspondence. “A”
29 11
Senators Correspondence. “B”
29 12
Senators Correspondence. Barkley, Alben W.
29 13
Senators Correspondence. Barrett, Frank A.
29 14
Senators Correspondence. Bible, Alan
29 15
Senators Correspondence. Byrd, Harry F.
29 16-17
Senators Correspondence. “C”
29 18
Senators Correspondence. “D”
29 19
Senators Correspondence. “E”
29 20
Senators Correspondence. “F”
29 21
Senators Correspondence. “G”
29 22
Senators Correspondence. “H”
29 23
Senators Correspondence. “J”
29 24
Senators Correspondence. Johnson, Lyndon
29 25
Senators Correspondence. “K”
29 26
Senators Correspondence. Kennedy
29 27
Senators Correspondence. “M”
29 28
Senators Correspondence. “Mc”
30 1
Morse Confidential File
30 2
Senators. Morse-Neuberger (rumpus)
30 3
Senators. Morse-Neuberger. letters
July 8, 1958-August 13, 1958
30 4
Senators. Personalities. Morse, Wayne
30 5
Morse, Wayne. Yellow File
30 6
Morse. Frontier
30 7
Morse. Candidacy
1960
30 8
Wayne Morse
30 9
Senator Morse
30 10
Morse. American Magazine
30 11
Senator Morse
30 12
Morse. New York Times
30 13
Morse Confidential File
30 14
Senators Correspondence. “N”
30 15
Senators Correspondence. Neely, Matthew M.
30 16
Legislative Record of State Senator R.L. Neuberger
30 17
Senatorial File for Honorable Joseph C. O’Mahoney
30 18
Senators Correspondence. “P”
30 19
Senators Correspondence. “R”
30 20
Senators Correspondence. “S”
30 21
Senators Correspondence. Schoeppel, Andrew F.
30 22
Senators Correspondence. Stennis, John
30 23
Senators Correspondence. Scott, W. Kerr
30 24
Senators Correspondence. Smathers, George
30 25
Senators Correspondence. Smith, Margarate Chase
30 26
Senators Correspondence. Sparkman, John J.
30 27
Senators Correspondence. Symington, Stuart
30 28
Senators Correspondence. Thurmond, Strom
30 29
Senators Correspondence. Wiley, Alexander
30 30
Senators Correspondence. Watkins, Arthur V.
30 31
Senators Correspondence. “Y”
30 32
Social Security. General
30 33
Social Security. Aged
Old age pensions, medical care for aged.
30 34
Social Security. Bureau of Old Age and Survivor’s Insurance
Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
30 35
Social Security. Child Welfare
30 36
Social Security. Coverage
30 37
Social Security. Extended Coverage
30 38
Social Security. Professional Coverage
30 39
Social Security. Women. General
31 1
Social Security. Disability Payments
31 2
Social Security. Federal Aid for Physically Handicapped
31 3
Social Security. Maternal and Child Welfare Care
31 4
Social Security. “Medicare.” (Forehand bill)
31 5
Social Security. Railroad Retirement
31 6
Social Security. Railroad Retirement
31 7
Social Security. Self-Employed Pension Plans
1958-1959
31 8
Social Security. Claims. “B”
31 9
Social Security. Claims. “C”
31 10
Social Security. Claims. Carpenter, Mrs. Raymond L.
31 11
Social Security. Claims. Davis, Mr. Loy L.
31 12
Social Security. Claims. “D”
31 13
Social Security. Claims. “F”
31 14
Social Security. Claims. “G”
31 15
Social Security. Claims. “H”
31 16
Social Security. Claims. “J”
31 17
Social Security. Claims. “K”
31 18
Social Security. Claims. Knipe, Lee A.
31 19
Social Security. Claims. “L”
31 20
Social Security. Claims. “M”
31 21
Social Security. Claims. “Mc”
31 22
Social Security. Claims. “N”
31 23
Social Security. Claims. “R”
31 24
Social Security. Claims. “S”
31 25
Social Security. Claims. “T”
31 26
Social Security. Claims. “W”
31 27
Taxes. General
1956
31 28
Taxes. General
1957
31 29
Taxes. General
1958
31 30
Taxes. General
1959
31 31
Taxes. Federal
31 32
Taxes. Federal
1959
31 33
Taxes. Federal. 4-Tax Bill
31 34
Taxes. Federal. Orphans
Alien adopted children as income tax deductions.
31 35
Taxes. Federal. Teachers’ Tax Deductions
HR. 4662.
1957
31 36
Taxes. Federal. Reduction
“$20 tax out”.
1955
31 37
Taxes. State. (Systems)
31 38
Taxes. State. General
31 39
Taxes. State. Oregon
32 1
Territories. General
32 2
Territories. Alaska. General
32 3
Territories. Alaska. Air Service
32 4
Territories. Alaska. Highway Program
32 5
Territories. Alaska. Mental Health Bill
32 6
Territories. Mental Health in Alaska
32 7
Territories. Alaska. Statehood
32 8
Territories. Alaska and Hawaiian statehood
32 9
Territories. Hawaii. General
32 10
Transportation. General
32 11
Transport Policy
32 12
Transportation Legislation. Air Lines
32 13
Transportation. Air Service. General
32 14
Transportation. Airlines
32 15
Transportation. Airlines
1958-1959
32 16
Transportation. Airlines. Pendleton Airport
32 17
Transportation. Airlines. Portland-Alaska Air Service
32 18
Transportation. Airlines. Trans-Pacific Air Service (Northwest Airlines Application)
32 19
Transportation. Airlines. Automobile Racing
32 20
Transportation. Railroads. General
32 21
Transportation. Railroads. General
1958
32 22
Transportation. Railroads. General
1959-1960
32 23
Transportation. Trucking
32 24
Transportation. Water. General
32 25
Transportation. Water. “Fifty-fifty” Legislation
Providing that one-half of agricultural commodities must be carried in American vessels.
32 26
Transportation. Water. “Fifty-fifty” section 307
32 27
Transportation. Water. Port of Portland. Shipping of Non-Security Cargo
33 1
Veterans. General
33 2
Veterans. General
1958-1959
33 3
Veterans. Benefits. General
33 4
Veterans. Benefits. General
1959
33 5
Veterans. Benefits. General. GI Bill
1955
33 6
Veterans. GI Bill of Rights
33 7
Veterans. Discharges. General
33 8
Veterans. Discharges. Navy. William H. Way Case
33 9
Veterans. Hospitals. General
1955
33 10
Veterans. Hospitals. General
1955-1957
33 11
Veterans. Hospitals. Klamath Falls. (Proposed)
33 12
Veterans. Legislation. Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs. (Proposed)
33 13
Veterans. Legislation for World War I Veterans
33 14
Veterans. Pensions
33 15
Veterans. Reserve Officers
Benefits for.
34 1
Newsletters
1955
34 2
Newsletters
1956
34 3
Chronological File. Monthly Newsletters
January 1956-December 1956
34 4
Chronological File. Monthly Newsletters
January 1957-December 1957
34 5
Weekly Newsletters
1958
34 6
Newsletters
1958
34 7
Chronological File. Newsletters
January 1958-December 1958
34 8
Chronological File. Newsletters
January 1959-October 1959
34 9
Newsletters
1960
34 10
Weekly Newsletters
1955
34 11
Weekly Newsletters
1956
34 12
Chronological File. Yellow Copies. Press Releases
1955
34 13
Miscellaneous News Releases
1955
34 14
Chronological File. Yellow Copies. Press Releases
January 1956-June 1956
34 15
Chronological File. Yellow Copies. Press Releases
1956
34 16
Chronological Copies of Mimeographed Press Releases
January 1957-April 1957
34 17
Chronological Copies of Mimeographed Press Releases
May 1957-September 1957
34 18
Chronological File. Press Releases
January 1957-December 1957
34 19
Chronological Copies of Mimeographed Press Releases
October 1957-December 1957
34 20
Chronological File. Press Releases
January 1959-December 1959
35 1
Index Files of R. Neuberger Speeches on Senatorial Floor
35 2
Chronological File. Press Releases
January 1959-December 1959
35 3
Statements and Press Releases
1959
35 4
Chronological File. Press Releases
1960
35 5
Press Releases
(Incomplete)
1960
35 6
Statements
1956
35 7
Statements
1957
35 8
Statements
1957-1958
35 9
Statements
1959
35 10
Statements
1960
36 1
Resumes of Neuberger’s Reports on Tape
36
Weekly Reports
27 15-minute tape recordings
1956-1958
36
Neuberger-Coon Debates. Held at Ontario, Bend, Lakeview, and Pendleton, Ore.
8.0 reels
October 1955
36
Press Conference
1.0 7-inch reel
June 20, 1958
36
Voice of America Broadcast
1 5-inch reel and 1 7-inch reel
Tape of interview, and tape of entire program.
July 7, 1958
36
Open Mind Program
1.0 7-inch reel
June 29, 1958
36
“Mr. Jay Cee Reports.” KOIN, Portland
1.0 7-inch reel
Interview.
April 6, 1955
36
District Round Table
1.0 7-inch reel
April 21, 1957
36
Speech, “The Challenge.” League for Industrial Democracy
1.0 7-inch reel
May 7, 1958
36
CBS Radio, “Capitol Cloakroom”
phonorecord
April 28, 1958
36
CBS Radio, “The Leading Question”
phonorecord
March 14, 1957
36
Richard L. Neuberger Memorial Service
1.0 7-inch reel
March 13, 1960

Series II:  Personal Files, 1931-1960Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
A: General correspondence
Box Folder
37 1
Alaska Life
37 1
Alderman, Henry H.
37 1
Allen, Robert S.
37 1
Angell, Homer D.
37 1
Barth, Alan
37 1
Bartlett, Bob
37 1
Bartlett, E.L.
37 1
Bear, Stearns & Co.
37 1
Bone, Hugh A.
37 1
Brown, John Mason
37 1
Capital Journal
37 1
Cassidy, Morley
37 1
Childs, Marquis
37 1
Chuinard, E.G.
37 1
City Club of Portland
37 1
Clark, D. Worth
37 1
Congress of Industrial Organizations
37 1
Cordon, Guy
37 1
Curry, Estus H.
37 2
Daniels, Jonathan
37 2
Delano, Frederic A.
37 2
Democratic National Committee
37 2
DeVoto, Bernard
37 2
Dill, Clarence C.
37 2
Douglas, William O.
37 2
Duncan, Charles T.
37 2
Dunne, Joe E.
37 3
Earle, Hugh H.
37 3
Early, Stephen
37 3
Edmund J. Flynn Company
37 3
Fleeson, Doris
37 3
Frey, Rosemary
37 3
Gabrielson, Ira N.
37 3
Geary, Charles T.
37 3
Goldy, Daniel L.
37 3
Guthrie, Bud
37 3
Haig-Brown, Roderick L.
37 3
Harper’s Magazine, Frederick L. Allen
37 3
Harper’s Magazine, George Leighton
37 4
Hasenkamp, A.N.
37 4
Hennessy, Lois
37 4
Hill, E. Shelton
37 4
Hobson, A.T.
37 4
Holbrook, Stewart H.
37 4
Honeyman, Nan Wood
37 4
Howard, Joseph Kinsey
37 4
Ickes, Harold C.
37 4
Johnson, Lyndon Baines
37 4
Kaplan, J.M.
37 4
Ladies Home Journal
37 4
LaFollette, Isen
37 4
LaFollette, Robert M.
37 4
Lamport, Frederick S.
37 4
Langer, William
37 4
Lasker, Mary
37 4
Lavey, George
37 4
Lehman, Herbert H.
37 4
Leighton, George R.
37 4
Lurie, Louis R.
37 4
Lyons, Louis
37 5
McIntire, Ross T.
37 5
MacLeish, Archibald
37 5
Macmillan Company
37 5
MacNaughton, E.B.
37 5
McWilliams, Carey
37 5
Magnuson, Warren G.
37 5
Malamus, Bernard
37 5
Mansfield, Mike
37 6
Markel, Lester
37 6
Meier, Allen E.
37 6
Miller, Edward M.
37 6
Minow, Newton N.
37 6
Montana, Historical Society of
37 6
The Nation
37 6
Newsweek
37 6
Nevins, Allan
37 6
New York City Hall, The Council of
37 6
Norris, George W.
37 6
Oakes, George
37 6
Oregon. Attorney General
37 7
Oregon. Department of Education. Oregon State System of Higher Education. Comptroller
37 7
Oregon. Public Utilities Commissioner
37 7
Oregon. Secretary of State
37 7
Oregon Farm Bureau Federation
37 7
Oregon Journal
37 8
The Oregonian (Malcolm Bauer, Hebert Lundy, Edward M. Miller, P.H. Parrish)
37 8
Parkinson, Thomas
37 8
Patterson, Paul L.
37 8
The Philadelphia Record
37 9
Pierce, Cornelia
37 9
Pierce, Walter M.
37 9
Porter, Charles O.
37 9
Portland Chamber of Congress
37 9
Portland General Electric Company
37 9
Portland Public School
37 9
Portland Teachers Credit Union
37 9
The Progressive
37 9
Reed College
37 9
Republican State Central Committee of Oregon
37 9
Reynolds, Al
37 9
Rockefeller, Laurance S.
37 9
Roosevelt, Eleanor
37 9
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
37 9
Roosevelt, James
37 10
Rosenman, Samuel I.
37 10
Ross, Charles G.
37 10
Rossman, George
37 10
Rowe, James
37 10
Sammons, Edward C.
37 10
Sanchagrin, Sid
37 10
Saturday Evening Post
37 10
Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur
37 10
Scott, Leslie M.
37 10
Smith, F. Leo
37 10
Sommers, Martin
37 10
Sprague, Charles A.
37 10
Sprague, Wallace A.
37 10
Stark, Genevieve
37 10
Stevenson, Adlai E.
37 11
Strand, A.L.
37 11
Strauss, Lewis L.
37 11
Sweetland, Monroe
37 11
Taylor, Glen H.
37 11
Thompson, Maevina
37 11
Thompson, Orval N.
37 11
Truman, Harry S.
37 11
Tugman, W. M.
37 11
United States Army
37 11
Vanport Extension Center
37 11
Villard, Oswald Garrison
37 11
Walsh, William E.
37 11
Ward, Arthur E.
37 11
West, Oswald
37 11
White, William Allen
37 11
Wise, Jonah B.
37 11
Wise, Stephen S.
37 12
Unknown correspondents
B: Oregon Legislature correspondence
Box Folder
37 13
March 1941
37 14
April 1941-May 1941
37 15
June 1941-October 1941
37 16
November 1941-December 1941
37 17
1950-1951
37 18
1952
37 19
1953
37 20
Related articles and clippings
C: Presidential Election
1940
Box Folder
37 21
Correspondence
37 22
Related articles and clippings
D: U.S. Senate Campaign
1954
Box Folder
37 23
Correspondence
October 1953-July 1954
37 24
Correspondence
August 1954-November 1954
37 25
Correspondence
December 1954
37 26
Neuberger Campaign Material: Press Releases
37 27
Neuberger Campaign Material: Endorsement letters, open letters, campaign letters
37 28
Neuberger Campaign Material: Printed matter
37 29
Cordon Campaign Material: Endorsement letters
37 30
Cordon Campaign Material: Speeches
37 31-32
Cordon Campaign Material: Issues statements, fact sheets, voting records
37 33
Cordon Campaign Material: Printed matter
37 34
Financial Documents and Related correspondence
37 35-37
Printed Matter on Various Issues During Term of Office
37 38-40
Clippings
E: Literary Career
Alaska correspondence
Box Folder
37 41
1941-April 1942
37 42
May 1942-November 1942
37 43
December 1942
37 44
January 1943-April 1943
37 45
May 1943-June 1943
37 46
July 1943-September 1943
37 47
October 1943-December 1943
37 48
January 1944-September 1944
37 49
October 1944-December 1944
37 50
1945
37 51
February 1946-July 1946
37 52
August 1946-October 1946
37 53
January 1947-July 1947
37 54
August 1947-September 1947
37 55
October 1947-December 1947
37 56
January 1948-July 1948
37 57
August 1948-December 1948
37 58
January 1949-May 1949
37 59
June 1949-November 1949
37 60
1950-1951
37 61
1952
37 62
1953-1954
37 63
undated
Box Folder
38 1-2
Alaska Manuscripts
38 3
Alaska Printed Material; clippings
38 4
Angell, Homer
38 5
Campaign Spending correspondence
38 6
Campaign Spending Manuscripts
38 7
Campaign Spending Clippings
Canada correspondence
Box Folder
38 8
1942-1945
38 9
1947
38 10
1948-June 1949
38 11
July 1949-December 1949
38 12
1950-1951
38 13
January 1952-June 1952
38 14
July 1952-September 1952
38 15
October 1952-November 1952
38 16
December 1952
38 17
January 1953-May 1953
38 18
June 1953-November 1953
38 19
January 1954-May 1954
38 20-21
Canada Manuscripts
38 22
Canada Clippings; Tearsheets
Canadian Railroads correspondence
Box Folder
38 23
1947
38 24
1948
38 25
1949; 1951
38 26
1952-1953
38 27
Canadian Railroads Manuscripts; Notes; Clippings
Royal Canadian Mounted Police correspondence
Box Folder
38 28
1945
38 29
1946
38 30
1947-1949
38 31
1950-1953; undated
38 32
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Notes; Clippings
Conservation correspondence
Box Folder
38 33
1939-1940; 1946
38 34
1947
38 35
1948-1954; undated
38 36
Conservation Notes; Clippings
38 37
Economic Growth in the West correspondence
38 38
Lane, Harry Correspondence with Neuberger
38 39
Lane, Harry Manuscripts by Neuberger; Miscellaneous Printed Matter, Lane’s Personal papers
38 40-41
Lane, Harry correspondence
38 42
Lane, Harry Speeches, Mementos, Manuscript Fragments, Miscellaneous
38 43
Lane, Harry Clippings
38 44
Lolo Trail correspondence
McNary, Charles correspondence
Box Folder
38 45
1937-April 1940
38 46
May 1940-July 1940
38 47
August 1940-October 1940
38 48
1941-1944; 1953; undated
38 49
McNary, Charles Manuscripts; Notes; Printed Material
38 50
McNary, Charles Clippings
Morse, Wayne correspondence
Box Folder
38 51
1939-1940; 1944-1950
38 52
1951-1954
38 53
1955-1956
38 54
1957-1958; 1961-1962; undated
38a 1
Morse, Wayne Manuscripts; Tearsheets
38a 2
Morse, Wayne Press Releases; Campaign Material
38a 3-4
Morse, Wayne Clippings
Public Power correspondence
Box Folder
38a 5
1935-1940
38a 6
1942; 1946-1947
38a 7
1951-1952
38a 8
1953
38a 9
1954; undated
38a 10
Public Power Manuscripts; Tearsheets
38a 11
Public Power Clippings; Press Releases
38a 12
Public Power Background/Research Material
38b 1
Railroads correspondence
38b 2
Railroads Manuscripts; Printed Material
38b 3
Travel in the West correspondence
38b 4
Travel in the West Manuscripts
38b 5
Travel in the West Clippings
War and Peace correspondence
Box Folder
38b 6
1939-1940
38b 7
1941; 1946
38b 8
War and Peace Manuscript Fragments; Clippings
38b 9
Bibliography

Series III:  Manuscripts, Published Pieces, Editorial correspondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
39 1
A Bibliography of RLN articles. Prepared by the Library of Congress
1948-1960
39 2
Adlai E. Stevenson: Last Chance. Written for The Progressive
February 1960
39 3
Again a Land Battle in the West. New York Times Magazine
April 1950
39 4
Ah Wilderness—New Style. Harper’s Magazine
October 1948
39 5
Alaska Arms Again. The Nation
July 1947
39 6
Untitled. Re: Alaska Highway. Draft
May 1944
39 7
Alaska: Land of Promise for Battle Vets. The Oregonian
October 15, 1944
39 8
Alaska Looks Toward Statehood. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
November 3, 1946
39 9
Alaska—Northern Front. Survey Graphic
February 1942
39 10
Alaska: Our Spearhead in the Pacific. Science Digest
August 1942
39 11
Alaska Railway Project. Draft for Everyday Magazine
November 3, 1949
39 12
Alaska Trains. Draft for New York Times
July 1947
39 13
Alaska Eating. Unpublished draft
undated
39 14
Alaska Women. Draft for The Denver Post Magazine
1948
39 15
Alaska's Future: Homes for Veterans. Washington Post
September 19, 1944
39 16
Alaska's Natives Advance Their Role in the North. Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
January 15, 1949
39 17
Alcan Epic. Yank and Philadelphia Bulletin
February 1943
39 18
Aluminum. The Nation
October 1951
39 19
The Aluminum Squeeze. The Nation
October 27, 1951
39 20
America and the Next War. New Republic
June 14, 1939
39 21
America Migrates Westward. Draft: Butcher Workman
1951
39 22
America Talks Court. Current History
June 1937
39 23
America's Big Cat. Toronto Star Weekly
1948
39 24
America's Biggest Cat. Science Digest
May 1952
39 25
America's Biggest Ditch. The Coast
December 1939
39 26
America's Biggest Kitty Holds Its Own. Everyday Magazine
undated
39 27
America's Burma Road. This Week Magazine
April 26, 1942
39 28
America's Heritage in Peril! Draft for The Nation
1948
39 29
America's Last Frontier. U.S.A.
undated
39 30
America's Most Isolated Family. Saturday Evening Post
July 19, 1947
39 31
America's Toughest Railroad. Popular Science
March 1954
39 32
And Still the Land in British Columbia. Unpublished draft
December 1943
39 33
Another GOP Grab. The Nation
August 29, 1953
39 34
Are the People Ahead of Their Leaders? New York Times Magazine
August 23, 1959
39 35
Are You Fit for Political Office? Collier's
November 13, 1953
39 36
Are You Tougher Than Your Wife? This Week Magazine
March 5, 1950
39 37
The Army Outwits Arctic Weather. Science Digest
March 1945
39 38
Arctic Cradle of the Atom. Liberty
November 1945
39 39
Arctic Stenogs. Unpublished
undated
39 40
Auto Racing Must Be Outlawed! Mechanix Illustrated
January 1959
39 41
Bad Man Bridges. Forum
April 1939
39 42
Ballot Poison for Labor. The Nation
October 29, 1938
39 43
Banff-Jasper-Canadian Rockies. Draft for New York Times
May 10, 1953
39 44
The Battle of Chilkoot Pass. The Reporter
November 22, 1949
39 45
Beating the Arctic Rush. Collier's
April 17, 1948
39 46
Beauty vs. Billboards. County Officer
June 1957
39 47
Begin Women’s Benefits at Age of 60. Eagle Magazine
November 1955
39 48
The Best Advice I Ever Had. Reader’s Digest
June 1959
39 49
Betrayal at Hell’s Canyon. The Progressive
July 1953
39 50
“Big Brownie” on the Increase. Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
February 1949
39 51
Big Dam in a Big Pit. The Nation
March 24, 1951
39 52
Big Gun From Portland. The Oregonian
March 9, 1952
39 53
Big Nick. Liberty
August 3, 1946
39 54
Big Things are Stirring in the Mighty Northwest. Liberty
January 26, 1946
39 55
The Biggest Thing in the World. Harper’s Magazine
February (no year)
39 56
Untitled. Re: Billboard Control Bill. New Leader
February 1957
39 57
Bloody Trek To Empire. American Heritage
August 1958
39 58
Borah of Idaho. The Coast
November 1939
39 59
Border Detachment. Ford Times
October 1951
39 60
A Bold New Plan for Cancer Research. Draft for Coronet Magazine
January 1959
39 61-62
Bonneville. New Republic
May 25, 1938
39 63
Bonneville's First Ten Years. The Nation
May 8, 1948
39 64
Boss of the Royal Mounted. Holiday
December 1949
39 65
Boss of the Wilderness. Coronet Magazine
Late 1947
39 66
British Columbia Electric Rolls On. Railroad Magazine
March 1948
39 67
British Columbia's Power Colossus. Reader's Digest
March 1953
39 68
Bruin on the Increase. Draft for New York Times
September 1948
39 69
The Buck Stops Here. Draft for New Republic
April 1958
39 70
Budgeting For Defense Against Disease. Bulletin (National Tuberculosis Association)
June 1959
39 71
Bugle Call For Liberals. Draft
1955
39 72
Buy Britain. Reader's Digest
June 1941
39 73
By Rail Across America and Back. Draft
undated
39 74
C.E.S. Wood Remains a Non-Conformist. The Oregonian
February 7, 1937
39 75
C.T.C on the Old Oregon Trail. Draft: The Signalman’s Journal
April 1946
39 76
CVA—Order on the Frontier. The Survey
July 1949
39 77
The Camas Prairie: Frontier Railroad. Railway Progress
January 1952
39 78
Campaign Spending in the United States. The English-Speaking World
January 1953
39 79
Can We Control Campaign Spending? Various magazine letters
undated
39 80
Can the Salmon Survive? Catholic Digest
August 1951
39 81
Can You Change the World? Lion Magazine
October 1957
39 82
Can We Afford Free Trade Between Canada and the US? The Star Weekly Magazine
July 26, 1958
39 83
Can You Drive to Alaska? Holiday
August 1946
39 84
Can You Drive to Alaska? Saturday Evening Post
July 5, 1947
39 85
Canada Lightly Talks of Union With US. New York Times Magazine
April 22, 1951
39 86
Canada: The West. Esquire
May 1954
39 87
Canada’s ‘Baby Bonus.’ St. Louis Post-Dispatch
April 6, 1952
39 88
Canada’s Bonus for Babies. Butcher Workman
August 1951
39 89
Canada’s Famous Mountain Reports. Draft for St. Louis Post-Dispatch
June 1953
39 90
Canada’s 49’ers Move North. Science Digest
October 1952
39 91
Canada’s Mechanized Mounties. Science Digest
August 1953
39 92
Canada’s Railroad “Show Windows.” Draft for Railway Progress
June 1953
39 93
Canada’s Social Security System for Children. The Reporter
April 27, 1954
39 94
Canada’s Canada’s Unknown Realm. The English-Speaking World
May 1952
39 95
Canyon Conqueror. Draft for Collier’s
June 25, 1940
39 96-97
Canyon Creek Lodge: 1938. The Progressive. Re: Melvin Rader
January 1950
39 98
“Cap” Krug-Lord of Alaska, 1946. Draft for Alaska Life
June 21, 1946
39 99
Chokinq Out Rivers. Washington Post
January 8, 1945
39 100
The Changing Face of the Northwest. New York Times Magazine
September 12, 1948
39 101
The Columbia. Holiday
June 1949
39 102
The Case for Intertie. Frontier
October 1951
39 103
Colossus in the West. New Republic
January 18, 1939
39 104
City Folks Did it. This Week Magazine
October 14, 1945
39 105
Climb, Fish Climb! Collier's
November 6, 1937
39 106
Colonel Bulkley's Journal. Draft
undated
39 107
Columbia Basin: Promised Land. Draft for Life Magazine
1944
39 108
The Columbia Flows to the Land. Survey Graphic
July 1939
39 109
Columbia River Power. New Republic
February 5, 1940
39 110
Columbia Valley Authority—Yes! Draft
1945
39 111
Come and Get It! Holiday
September 1946
39 112
Comments on Article in Oregon Historical Quarterly. Draft only
June 1955
39 113
Untitled draft. Re: Compulsory Military Training
1936 or 1937
39 114
The C.I.O. Convention. The Nation
December 4, 1948
39 115
C.I.O.: Far Western Front. The Nation
June 26, 1937
39 116
Conservation During the 50 Years of “The Progressive”. The Progressive
January 1959
39 117
Conservation: Prospects for 1959. New York Times
January 4, 1959
39 118
Conserving Our Great Outdoors. Taiment Institute
February 1956
39 119
Could Canada Get Skagway? Draft for New Liberty
September 1952
39 120
Country Places Ahead of Party. Guest editorial for Oregon Journal
October 9, 1957
39 121
The Congressional Record—And Why So Few Americans Read It. New York Times Magazine
April 20, 1958
39 122
The Country Slicker vs. the City Yokel. New York Times Magazine
July 31, 1949
39 123
“Crash Program” for Health. Eagle Magazine
February 1957
39 124
Cross-Country. New Republic
July 22, 1946
39 125
Curtain Raiser for ’48. The Nation
June 7, 1947
39 126
Danger Round the Bend. Saturday Evening Post
July 6, 1946
39 127
The Dangerous Decline in Doctors. The Progressive
August 1959
39 128
Daring Young Man from the West. The Nation
January 29, 1949
39 129
David Among Goliaths. Ford Times
July 1954
39 130
Day of the Diesel. New York Times Magazine
April 16, 1950
39 131
The Day We Passed the Oath Bill. Draft
May 1952
39 132
The Decay of State Governments. Harper’s Magazine
October 1953
39 133
Decentralize the War Effort—Now! Free America
June 1942
39 134
Decision. (Fiction) Draft for Collier’s
October 1939
39 135
The Deepest Canyon on the Continent. Travel
May 1942
39 136
Untitled. Re: Defense of Alaska. Draft for New York Times
March 1942
39 137
Defender of the Wilderness. The Progressive
November 1955
39 138
Democrat’s Dilemma: Civil Rights. New York Times
July 7, 1957
39 139
Democrats from the Northwest. Draft for St. Louis Post-Dispatch(?)
December 1946
39 140
Destiny's Railroad. Railroad Magazine
May (no year listed)
39 141
The Diesels Take Over. Draft for New York Times
January 18, 1950
39 142
Discovered: The Northwest Passage. Coronet Magazine
February 1945
39 143
Dodging the Big Fellows. Draft
39 144
Don’t You Cry for Me. Country Home Magazine
June 1938
39 145
A Doolittle Raider Returns. The Link
May 1949
39 146
Dorothy McIntosh, Scholar in the Wilderness. Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
December 1947
39 147
Untitled. Re: Justice Wm. O. Douglas. Draft for Harper’s Magazine
August 1942
39 148
Mr. Justice Douglas. Harper’s Magazine
undated
39 149
Dining-Car Commissary Manager. Draft for Railway Progress
August 6, 1953
39 150
Drafted Horses. Draft (use of horses in Army)
undated
39 151
Eating on the Cars: A Great American Adventure. Butcher Workman
December 1954
39 152
Economic Situation in Oregon—and the Pacific Northwest. Text of editorial for The Oregonian
December 1957
39 153
Edmonton, Alberta. Saturday Evening Post
August 12, 1950
39 154
Engineers Invade Another Wilderness. Popular Science
November 1951
39 155
The Etiquette of Eating: West vs. East. New York Times Magazine
July 6, 1947
39 156
Expanding America’s Horizons. Draft for Opportunity
1956 (?)
39 157
F.D.R. Conservation Ideals and Programs. Speech at Hyde Park
May 31, 1957
39 158
Fairbanks: Most Strategic Spot on Earth. Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
August 1947
39 159
A Family Allowance Program for America. The Grail
April 1956
39 160
Family Allowances. America
May 11, 1957
39 161
Family Allowances: A Challenge to the Eagles. Eagle Magazine
September 1955
39 162
Family Allowances: A Step Forward in Social Legislation. Draft for Harper’s Magazine
1955
39 163
Farm Boon in the North. Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
March 1949
39 164
The Farmer is Worried About His Future. New York Times Magazine
March 14, 1948
39 165
Farmers Are Running the US. Magazine Digest
April 1952
39 166
Farmers in the Saddle. New Republic
October 2, 1950
39 167
Federal Funds for Party Coffers. The Christian Century
January 25, 1956
39 168
15-Point Police Program for Democratic Congress, GOP Administration. The Oregonian
November 23, 1958
39 169
Fight for Freedom in the Arctic. The Nation
September 13, 1947
39 170
Fireplaces Are Scarce North of 53. Draft for Saturday Evening Post
October 1948
39 171
Fish and Politics. The Nation
August 30, 1947
39 172
For Pioneers of the Years Ahead. New York Times Magazine
September 17, 1944
39 173
Forests. St. Louis Post-Dispatch
December 1947
39 174
Frontier of the Atomic Age. New York Times Magazine
August 28, 1949
39 175
Frank Frankenstein. New York Times Magazine
November 5, 1950
39 176
Free Lance Writer Makes the Senate. By: David A. Heller
39 177
Free Trade and Cherry Growers. The Denver Post
undated
39 178
From SF to Portland on Shasta Daylight. Railway Progress
April 1954
39 179
Fun-Time in the Rockies. American Magazine
May 1953
39 180
G.I. Railroaders. Unpublished
undated
39 181
G.I.’s Look to the Forests. Draft for VFW-Foreign Service
March 1946
39 182
Gentleman from Alaska. Collier’s
September 5, 1942
39 183
George W. Norris – A Statesman Unafraid. Speech _NRECA (California)
January 28, 1952
39 184
The Girls Do All Right Up North! Draft for Saturday Evening Post
October 1947
39 185
Glen Taylor: Cowboy on Our Side. The Nation
August 24, 1946
39 186
Cowboy on Our Side. Draft for The Nation
July 1948
39 187
Glen Taylor: Crooner on the Left. American Mercury
September 1948
39 188
Glen Taylor: Evangelist in Politics. Draft for The Progressive
March 1948
39 189
Glen Taylor: Leftwing Minstrel. The Progressive
April 1948
39 190
Glen Taylor Rides Again. The Nation
May 20, 1950
39 191
Go North Young Man. Collier’s
December 23, 1944
39 192
Go West, Old Timers, Go West. Draft
undated
39 193
Go West Young Man. Survey Graphic February 1941; Reader’s Digest April 1941
1941
Box Folder
39 193
Go West Young Man. Survey Graphic
February 1941
39 193
Go West Young Man. Reader’s Digest
April 1941
39 194
God’s Resources—And Ours. The Christian Century
March 13, 1957
39 195
Gore Committee Report and Campaign Spending. Draft copy
1957 (?)
39 196
Government by Petition. Butcher Workman
August 1950
39 197
Government by the People. Draft copy
undated
39 198
The Governor of Alaska. Draft for Alaska Life
Summer 1943
40 1
Grand Coulee--Industrial Kingdom. Christian Science Monitor
July 5, 1941
40 2
Grandeur of America Belongs to All the People. The Progressive
July 30, 1945
40 3
The Great American Snout Count. Saturday Evening Post
June 22, 1946
40 4
The Great Canol Fiasco. American Mercury
April 1948
40 5
Great North Road. The Progressive
July 1948
40 6
The Great North Road. Ford Times
August 1951
40 7
Great North Road. Catholic Digest
January 1952
40 8
The Great North Road. Catholic Digest
September 1948
40 9
The Great Salmon Experiment. Harper’s Magazine
February 1945
40 10
The Great Salmon Experiment. USA An American Review
1945
40 11
The Great Salmon Mystery. Saturday Evening Post
September 13, 1941
40 12
The Greatest Killer of Kids. The Progressive
February 1958
40 13
The Greatest Migration of Them All. Redbook
April 1952
40 14
Gridiron G-Man. Collier’s
November 19, 1938
40 15
Growing Pains in the Golden West. Everybody’s Digest
April (no year listed)
40 16
Gruening: Governor of Alaska. Draft for Common Sense
March 1942
40 17
Gruening of Alaska. Survey Graphic
October 1947
40 18
Gruening of Alaska. Frontier
February 1952
40 19
Guest column for A. Robert Smith
August 1957
40 20
Guest column on Conflict of Interest. New York Herald Tribune
September 1958
40 21
Guest editorials, etc.
40 22
Habits for Salmon. Science Digest
March 1953
40 23
Hail Fellow Well Met. The Nation
March 12, 1949
40 24
Haines Highway. Alaska Life
December 1943
40 25
He Builds America’s Finest Wagons. Popular Science
July 1953
40 26
Hell’s Canyon. Holiday
October 1952
40 27
Hell’s Canyon, the Biggest of All. Harper's Magazine
April (no year listed)
40 28
Herbert H. Lehman: A Profile in Courage. The Progressive
June 1958
40 29
High Lava Country: the Klamath Wilderness. Lincoln-Mercury Times
February 1954
40 30
High Prices? Everybody Has a Theory. New York Times Magazine
September 28, 1947
40 31
Highballing at Sixty Below. Draft for Saturday Evening Post
November 27, 1943
40 32
Highballing Over the ‘Big Hump’. New York Times Magazine
August 26, 1945
40 33
Highballing with Kilowatts. The Nation
February 8, 1947
40 34
The House—A Second Senate? New Republic
July 27, 1953
40 35
House of the Glacier Highway. Ford Times
October 1949
40 36
Home Folks Have No Doubt About Borah. New York Times Magazine
October 20, 1935
40 37
How Can We Get “Better” People into Politics? Collier’s
November 1953
40 38
Hollywood’s No.1 Hide-Out. Saturday Evening Post
December 12, 1942
40 39
Hooverism in the Funnies. New Republic
July 11, 1934
40 40
How I Got My First Job. North American Newspaper Alliance
June 1958
40 41-42
How Much Conversation? Saturday Evening Post
June 15, 1940
40 43
How Oregon Rescued a Forest. Harper’s Magazine
April 1959
40 44
How Southeastern Oregon Was Saved. Harper’s Magazine
January 1959
40 45
How to Keep Warm. The Progressive
August 1949
40 46
How VIP Are the Veeps? American Magazine
June 1952
40 47
Hoyt of the Post. Frontier
May 1, 1950
40 48
A Humanitarian View of Animal Welfare. Washington Religions Review
August 13, 1956
40 49
Hydro Power Drives Biggest Electric Engine. Popular Science
June 1952
40 50
I Always Felt That It Would Be Someone Else. Washington Daily News
February 11, 1959
40 51
I Go to the Legislature. Survey Graphic
July 1949
40 52
I Run for Office. Harper’s Magazine
February 1947
40 53
I Will Believe. This Week Magazine
May 9, 1954
40 54
Ice Wagers Are Nenana’s Big Business. Draft for The Oregonian
March 1950
40 55
Idaho Indian Case. Draft copy only
1950
40 56-57
Idaho’s Fantastic Millionaire. Saturday Evening Post
June 19, 1948
40 58
If $40 Billion for Arms, Why Not a Fraction of This to Fight Cancer? Oregon Journal Draft
December 1957
40 59
I’ll Take the Amateurs. Maurine Neuberger-author draft
October 1952
40 60
I’m Happiest in My Home Town. Your Life
October 1946
40 61
In Alaska, Where the Woman Rules. Draft for New York Times
November 1948
40 62
In Defense of Politicians. New York Times Magazine
November 2, 1958
40 63
In the West the People Enact Their Own Laws. Draft copy
undated
40 64
Industrial Power Priority Proposed for Bonneville. The Oregonian
December 31, 1957
40 65
Insurgent Senator Comes Home Salute
December 1947
40 66
International Medical Year: Challenge to Medical Research University of Pennsylvania Newsletter Draft
March 1959
40 67
Is Grand Canyon’s Rival Deeper? Popular Science
October 1953
40 68
Is It the Country’s Most Scenic Road? Draft for Empire Magazine
1953
40 69
Is It True What They Say About the Mounties? Draft copy
undated
40 70
Is the Independent Journalist Obsolete? The Quill
January 1953
40 71
Isn’t There a Better Way to Elect a President? Saturday Review
October 1956
40 72
It Costs Too Much to Run for Office. New York Times Magazine
April 11, 1948
40 73
It’s a Circus—But We Love It! Foreign Service
October 1948
40 74
It’s a Woman’s World, Anyway in Alaska. New York Times Magazine
March 6, 1949
40 75
It Is Gonna Rain Some More in Ketchikan. Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
undated
40 76
It’s Summer and Time to Head West. Draft for Butcher Workman
May 1952
40 77
J.D. Ross—Northwest Dynamo Survey Graphic
December 1938
40 78
The Jackson-Cain Senatorial Battle. New Republic
August 11, 1952
40 79
Jackson vs. Cain. Draft copy for The Nation
1952
40 80
Senate Titanic in the West. Draft copy for New Republic
1952
40 81
Japanese in the Aleutians. News clips from New York Times, The Oregonian
June 1942
40 82
Juneau, 50 Years After the Gold Rush. New York Times Magazine
October 10, 1948
40 83
Justice Comes Too Late. This Week Magazine
June 3, 1951
40 84
Untitled. Re: Justice Wm. O. Douglas. New York Times Magazine
April 19, 1942
40 85
Keeping Fit on Capitol Hill. Draft for Sports Illustrated
August 1958
40 86
Kilowatts Out to Sea. The Reporter
June 21, 1949
40 87
Kilowatt Battlefront. The Nation
September 6, 1941
40 88
Kitimat: Colossus of the Northwest. Harper’s Magazine
January 1953
40 89
Labor at the Conservation Barricades. Draft for The Nation
September 18, 1946
40 90
Labor’s Overlords. American Magazine
March 1938
40 91
Labor Unrest Invades the Deep Forests. New York Times Magazine
May 30, 1937
40 92
Labor Loses a Stronghold
1937
40 93
Ladies in High Places. Ford Times
May 1954
40 94
The Lady Who Licked Crime in Portland. Coronet Magazine
June 1952
40 95
Lake Chelan—Playground of the Inland Empire. Ford Times
April 1952
40 96
Land of Grandeur and Glory. The Argus
December 1950
40 97
Labor’s Cycle in Seattle. Current History
June 1938
40 98
Land of New Horizons. New York Times Magazine
December 9, 1945
40 99
The Land of New Horizons. Digest and Review
June 1946
40 100
Land of Promise in the West. Draft
1948
40 101
Land of the Last Frontier. Lifetime Living
1952
40 102
The Larceny at Hell’s Canyon. New York Post
August 14, 1955
40 103
Laski Says Roosevelt Hasn’t Gone Far Enough. The Oregonian
May 5, 1939
40 104
Last Frontier. Free America
August 1940
40 105
The Last Frontier. Coronet Magazine
December 1937
40 106
Last Frontier Railroad. The Oregonian
September 23, 1951
40 107
Last of the Breed. Draft copy only for Collier’s
about January 1949
40 108
The Legacy of Lewis and Clark. Think Magazine
June 1959
40 109
Let’s Control Campaign Spending. Eagle Magazine
November 1954
40 110
Let’s End Discrimination Against Northwest History. The Oregonian
December 26, 1956
40 111
Let’s Limit All Terms of Office. New Republic
June 23, 1952
40 112
Let’s Practice What We Preach. Adult Student
December 1956
40 113
Let’s Strengthen our State Legislatures! Eagle Magazine
September 1957
40 114
Let’s Strengthen Social Security Eagle Magazine
September 1957
40 115
Let’s Swap. New Liberty
May 1953
40 116
Let’s Take the Children West. Draft for Survey Graphic
June 1951
40 117
Lewis and the Third Term. The Nation
November 25, 1939
40 118
The Lewis and Clark Highway. Ford Times
July 1952
40 119
Lewis and Clark, 150 Years Afterward. The Progressive
April 1955
40 120
Liberalism Backfired in Oregon. Current History
March 1939
40 121
Listen Pattern for Progressives. National Journal of Better Living
January 1959-February 1959
40 122
Lobbyists—And What to Do About Them. Coronet Magazine
August 1959
40 123
The Lochsa: Realm of History and Grandeur. Montana Magazine of History
1954
40 124
Lone Women of the Mountains. New York Times Magazine
June 15, 1947
40 125
Lone Women of the Mountains. Reader's Digest
September 1947
40 126
Looting the National Forests. The Nation
April 26, 1947
40 127
Lure of the Pacific Northwest. Lifetime Magazine
August 1952
40 128
Lusty Seattle, Pioneer at Heart. New York Times Magazine
February 7, 1937
40 129-130
McKay: New Boss of the West’s Vast Resources. Frontier
January 1953
40 131
Madison Avenue in Politics. Esquire
August 1957
40 132
Man’s Greatest Structure. New York Times Magazine
August 9, 1942
40 133
The Mail Carrier of Hells Canyon. Saturday Evening Post
October 24, 1942
40 134
Make Mine Oregon. Pageant
June 1959
40 135
The Man Behind Statehood. Unpublished
undated
40 136
The Man Who Came Alone. Unpublished
undated
40 137
The Man Who Made Grand Coulee. The Coast
July 1939
40 138
Married Like at 60º Below. Draft for The Star Weekly Magazine
1948
40 139
Men, Not States, Run for President. Saturday Evening Post
March 9, 1946
40 140
A Milepost Through the Billboard Jungle. Izaak Walton Magazine
April 19, 1958
40 141
Men, Lakes and Railroad Detours. Christian Science Monitor
September 27, 1941
40 142
Mightiest Man-Made Thing. New York Times Magazine
March 16, 1941
40 143
The Miracle of Rivers. The Progressive
May 1958
40 144
Miracle in Concrete. The Nation
June 1, 1940
40 145
Missoula of the Mountains. Ford Times
September 1954
40 146
Mistakes of a Freshman Senator. American Magazine
June 1956
40 147
Mr. Justice Douglas. Harper’s Magazine
August (no year listed)
40 148
Mr. Ickes Speaks on Conservation. The Oregonian
September 7, 1941
40 149
Mr. Mac Shocks ‘Em. Collier’s
May 30, 1950
40 150
Mr. President—Your Forgotten Frontier. Common Sense
April 1939
40 151
Modern Noah. This Week Magazine
December 24, 1944
40 152
Monopoly at Alaska’s Throat. The Nation
March 13, 1948
40 153
Monument on the Pacific. New York Times
November 25, 1956
40 154
The Mormons’ Find a Way. American Magazine
July 1938
40 155
More Americans Must Vote. Eagle Magazine
1952
40 156
Morse for President. The Progressive
April 1957
40 157
Morse vs. Morse. The Nation
January 14, 1950
40 158
Moscow, Idaho. Eagle Publications
May 1950
40 159-160
Mountain Air for the Navy. Collier’s
December 19, 1942
40 161
Mountains of the West. Ford Times
December 1948
40 162
The Mounties Become Mechanics. Popular Science
January 1953
40 163
My Favorite Town: Enterprise, Oregon. Ford Times
July 1949
40 164
My Home Town is Good Enough for Me. Saturday Evening Post
December 16, 1950
40 165
I Stay in Oregon. Saturday Evening Post
1950
40 166
Reaction to September article "My Home Town is Good Enough for Me"
40 167
National Forests in Danger! Draft for New Republic
July 1952
40 168
Natural Resources. American Peoples Encyclopedia
1956
40 169
The Nature of the Crisis Confronting the Democrats. New York Times
May 1957
40 170
The Neubergers—Oregon’s Legislative Family. Listen
July 1956
40 171
Neuberger Challenges Ad. to Back Pay Raise. Washington Post
January 12, 1960
40 172
Neuberger Proposes Fag Tax. Oregon Journal
undated
40 173
Neuberger Proposes Oregon Billboard Law. The Oregonian
October 18, 1958
40 174
The New Germany. The Nation
October 1933
40 175
The New Deal Hatchet-Man. Ken
January 26, 1939
40 176
The New Oregon Trail. Collier’s
March 27, 1937
40 177
A New Fisheries-Power Partnership. Outdoor America
April 1959
40 178
A New Frontier Dawns in the Far West. Everyday Magazine
May 18, 1952
40 179
New War Horses. Collier’s
May 16, 1942
40 180
New York-Babylon to All of America. Draft
undated
40 181
News at the Legislature. Nieman Reports
April 1949
40 182
Next Grab: After the Oil, the Land. Reprint from The Nation
undated
40 183
Next—The International Medical Year. The Progressive
July 1958
41 1
Nick Bez: Immigrant Salmon King. The Oregonian
October 13, 1946
41 2
The Night the Senate Didn’t “Surrender”. Saturday Review
September 6, 1958
41 3
The Nisei Come Back to Hood River. Saturday Review of Literature
1946
41 4
No Discrimination on Government Contracts. Eagle Magazine
May 1958
41 5
No Kolynos for Mr. Fatt. Draft for Reporter Magazine
January 1957
41 6
No National Lottery. The Christian Century
April 30, 1958
41 7
No Ordinary Policeman. No publisher
undated
41 8
The “No Surrender” Law: Moral Aspects. The Christian Century
October 22, 1958
41 9
No Surrender Resolution—Russell Amendment and Kennedy Speech. correspondence
41 10
The “No Surrender” Laws: Moral Aspects
41 11
No Truce With the Grimmest of Killers! Draft for Coronet Magazine
1957
41 12
The Northwest Goes Leftish. New Republic
November 7, 1934
41 13
North Country Limited. Saturday Evening Post
April 17, 1948
41 14
The Northern Alberta Railway. Railroad Magazine
January 1954
41 15
The Northwest—Tailored to All Tastes. Harper’s Magazine
May 1954
41 16
Not Too Many Clothes. The Quill
May 1952
41 17
Now the Trapper Braves the Snowy Fastness. Draft for New York Times
December 1947
41 18
The Olympics—Cockpit of Controversy. American Forests
December 1947
41 19
On Declaring War. New Republic
September 29, 1941
41 20
One of Our Cities Is Missing. The Nation
June 12, 1948
41 21
O’Neill Turns West to New Horizons. New York Times Magazine
November 22, 1936
41 22
Oregon – At 100. Sports Afield
June 1959
41 23
Oregon Celebrates Its Centennial. New York Times
March 29, 1959
41 24
Oregon Economic Situation. Text of guest editorial to Oregon Journal
January 1958
41 25
Oregon Feels Pinch as U.S. Prospers. New York Times
December 18, 1956
41 26
Oregon Goes to the Dogs. The Nation
September 8, 1951
41 27
Oregon Lays Groundwork for its Centennial. New York Times
March 2, 1958
41 28
Oregon Must Let Mind Be Bold and Seek Industries. Oregon Daily Journal
August 24, 1957
41 29
Oregon: Promised Land in the West. Ford Times
September 1950
41 30
Oregon Strikes Back. Reader’s Digest
March 1939
41 31
The Oregon Trail Still Calls. Nation’s Business
June 1950
41 32
Oregon’s Coast—Sublime Meaning of Land and Sea. Chrysler Events
April 1954
41 33
Oregon’s People Confront the Military Drill Issue. The Christian Century
August 1936
41 34
The Other Fellow May Be Right. Draft copy
undated
41 35
Other Things Besides Fight. Esquire
August 1942
41 36
Our American Shangri-La. Draft for Eagle Publications
December 31, 1950
41 37
Our Army’s Yukon Adventure. Draft for Saturday Evening Post
December 1943
41 38
Our Economic Future: the Rural View. Draft for New York Times
February 1948
41 39
Our Gerrymandered States. The Nation
February 1, 1941
41 40
Our Greatest Exploration. Reader’s Digest
March 1941
41 41
Our Natural Resources—and Their Conservation. Public Affairs Pamphlet
1956
41 42
Our Resources—Human and Natural. Childhood
January 1959
41 43
Our Battlefield in the Wilderness. Reader’s Digest
August 1942
41 44
Our Rotten Boroughs. The Progressive
December 1951
41 45
Our Urbane, Civilized Frontier. New York Times Magazine
July 13, 1947
41 46
Our Vanishing Resources. Common Sense
December 1945
41 47
Out on the Trial with a Forest Ranger. New York Times Magazine
September 21, 1941
41 48
Out of the Water’s Reach. Railway Progress
November 1950
41 49
Outdoor Advertising: the Case Pro & Con. Saturday Review
November 9, 1957
41 50
Pacific Great Eastern. Railroad Magazine
January (no year listed)
41 51
The Pacific Northwest. The Nation
November 2, 1946
41 52
The Pacific Northwest and Alaska. This Week Magazine
January 25, 1960
41 53
Parnassus in the Backwoods. Everybody’s Digest
July (no year listed)
41 54
Partners in Plunder. The Progressive
July 1955
41 55
Partnership: Super Give-Away of Resources. Draft
undated
41 56
“The Party of the People vs. the Party of the Privilege.” Speech. Oberlin College
May 5, 1956
41 57
Pendleton, Oregon. Eagle Magazine
1951
41 58
Pendleton Round-Up: the West’s Big Show. Chrysler Events
August 1952
41 59
The People vs. Billboards. The Garden News
June 1959
41 60
Petersburg Goes It Alone. Saturday Evening Post
October 16, 1948
41 61
Pilgrimage Through the Far West. New York Times
January 1958
41 62
Pilgrimage with a Fishing Rod. Draft for Ford Times
1951
41 63
Plan for Shoreline Parks. New York Times
August 30, 1959
41 64
Playground of the Inland Empire. Ford Times
September 1951
41 65
Plutonium and Problems. The Nation
July 30, 1949
41 66
Political Courage vs. Political Cowardice. The Christian Century
September 1956
41 67
Political Union Spending. Facts Forum News
August 1956
41 68
Political Upheaval in the West. Draft for The Washington Post
June 1946
41 69
Political Void in Oregon. The Nation
November 15, 1947
41 70
Politics is Your Business. Foreign Service
July 1948
41 71
Portland Builds a Railroad. Railway Progress
December 1957
41 72
Portrait of an Alaskan Town. No publisher
September 1948
41 73
Portland, Oregon (Cities of America Series) Saturday Evening Post
March 1, 1947
41 74
Reaction to Saturday Evening Post article: “Portland, Oregon”
March 1, 1947
41 75
Portland’s Distinguished Sculptor (Author Maurine Neuberger) The Oregonian
July 20, 1952
41 76
Portland, Oregon. Draft for Changing Times
March 1948
41 77
Portland, Metropolis on the Columbia. Holiday
January 1949
41 78
Portland’s Forest Park. Ford Times
August 1956
41 79
Power is Slipping Through Our Fingers. Ford Industry
February 1958
41 80
Power “Partnership”: No! Draft for New Republic
undated
41 81
A Politician Unafraid. Harper’s Magazine
October (no year)
41 82
Political Laboratory Chief. Today
August 25, 1934
41 83
Politics in the Northwest. The Nation
May 13, 1936
41 84
Power Dams and Politics. The Nation
March 18, 1939
41 85
Power Play. Collier’s
October 22, 1938
41 86
Power Giant of the Far West. New York Times Magazine
May 16, 1937
41 87
Power as an Issue. Current History
September 1936
41 88
Power Struggle on the Canadian Border. Harper’s Magazine
December 1957
41 89
Prairie Senator. Reader’s Digest
December 1939
41 90
Prairie Senator. Survey Graphic
December 1939
41 91
Preference Clause Change in Power Bill is Fair and Moderate. The Oregonian
April 14, 1959
41 92
The President Goes Traveling. Ken
October 6, 1938
41 93
Correspondence regarding Ken article: "The President Goes Traveling"
October 6, 1938
41 94
President's Budget Bad for Oregon. Oregon Journal
February 25, 1959
41 95
The Press of the Pacific Northwest. Draft
undated
41 96
The President Comes to Our Town. New Republic
August 22, 1934
41 97
The Press and the CVA. Nieman Reports
January 1950
41 98
Price Tags in Politics. The Progressive
September 1950
41 99
The Pride of the Northwest – SP&S. Railroad Magazine
November 1952
41 100
Prince George: Where the Outdoors is King. Draft for Ford Times
December 1954
41 101
Principles or Party? The Christian Century
July 18, 1956
41 102
Private Power. Survey Graphic
September 1940
41 103
Progressives in Congress. Common Sense
March 1942
41 104
Prophet of a New “Promised Land” of Power. New York Times Magazine
November 14, 1937
41 105
Pulverizing the Highways. Draft for Railway Progress
1950
41 106
Purity League. Collier’s
November 9, 1940
41 107
Putt and Take. Collier’s
March 23, 1940
41 108
Rail Travel. Railway Progress
July 1955
41 109
Rain Doesn’t Stop These Folks! Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
January 1947
41 110
Reading in the Backwoods. Saturday Review
March 8, 1947
41 111
The Red Demon That Eats Forests. New York Times Magazine
August 29, 1937
41 112
Reflections on a Brush With Death. Think Magazine
October 1959
41 113
Refugees from the Dust Bowl. Current History
April 1939
41 114
Registration: Our Passport to Democracy. Butcher Workman
January 1956
41 115
Reply to article by Sidney Lens. The Progressive
October 1956
41 116
Report on Political Campaign Contributions in 1956 Elections. Congressional record
1956
41 117
Reveille in the Northwest. The Nation
December 20, 1941
41 118
Rigging the Record. The Progressive
September 1957
41 119
Rim Rock Boy. Saturday Evening Post
July 19, 1947
41 120
River Authority for the Northwest. St. Louis (Newspaper)
May 15, 1949
41 121
The Rocky Mountains. Draft for Eagle Publications
October 1949
41 122
Roll Calls, School Children and Politics. New Republic
August 20, 1956
41 123
Roosevelt Goes to See a Vision Made Reality. New York Times Magazine
September 26, 1937
41 124
Roosevelt Rides Again. Current History
November 1937
41 125
Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Draft for possibly the Travel section of New York Times
undated
41 126
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The English-Speaking World
May 1953
41 127
The Royal Canadian Mounties. Harper’s Magazine
January 1946
41 128
The Royal Canadian Mounties. Reader’s Digest
March 1946
41 129
Salmon Fishing Wanes. New York Times Magazine
January 6, 1938
41 130
Salvaging the Salmon Pack. Coronet Magazine
February 1943
41 131
Save the Public Domain! The Nation
December 20, 1947
41 132
The Schizophrenia of Secretary McKay. Reporter
September 1953
41 133-134
School for Smart Young Things. Saturday Evening Post
October 25, 1952
41 135
Schools, Subsidies and Segregation. The Progressive
May 1956
41 136
Scourge of the March. Survey Graphic
December 1947
41 137
Season for Plunder. New Report
March 30, 1953
41 138
Seattle. Draft for New York Times
November 1951
41 139
Seattle. Changing Times
July 1948
41 140
Seattle. Chapter for Vanguard Book
41 141
Seattle’s $4.05 Week-End. The Coast
May 1939
41 142
Seattle Ponders a Bad Dream. Saturday Evening Post
February 7, 1948
41 143
Seattle Station Crisis. Railroad Magazine
January 1952
41 144
Security for Teachers, Too. Newspaper
undated
41 145
Seeing the Northwest. Harper’s Magazine
April 1942
41 146
Seeing the Pacific Northwest. Harper’s Magazine
May 1954
41 147
Re: Seminars in Government. NEA
March 1959
41 148
Senator Asks “End to Political Invective.” The Oregonian
January 1, 1959
41 149
The Senator Behind the Give-Aways. The Progressive
February 1954
41 150
Senator Morse: the Life of Any Party. Everybody’s Digest
October 1953 or October 1954
41 151
A Senator Surveys the Land of the Braves. Saturday Review
May 5, 1959
41 152
A Senator’s Case Against Seniority. New York Times Magazine
April 7, 1957
41 153
Shadow and Substance at the Ballot Box. Saturday Review
August 1956
41 154
She’s Been Working on the Railroad. Draft for Railway Progress
September 1952
41 155
Should a Public Man Write? Saturday Review
April 9, 1960
41 156
Should Private Enterprise Do the Major Job of Developing Water Power? Legion Magazine
October 1957
41 157
Should We Move the Capital to the Rockies? New York Times Magazine
October 6, 1946
41 158
The Shouting and the Tumult Die. Everybody’s Business
September 1935
41 159
Showdown for Dewey in Oregon. Draft for Washington Calling
May 14, 1948
41 160
Sign Here, Please. Draft copy only for American Magazine
Approx. April 1937
41 161
Signboards vs. Scenery. Oregon Democrat
June 1957
41 162
The Six Against Mars (Re: Senator Morse) Draft
undated
41 163
Six Martyred Senators. Real America
March 1936
41 164
Ski Whiz. Liberty
February 1949
41 165
Skyway to Russia. Coronet Magazine
November 1944
41 166
Slow-Bell Campaign in the Northwest. The Nation
October 16, 1948
41 167
Social Security for America’s Children. Draft
undated
41 168
Social Security for America’s Children: the Next Great Forward Step. Congressional record
June 14, 1955
41 169
The Soft Sell and the Nation’s Health. Draft for New Leader
June 1958
41 170
The Solid West. The Nation
October 8, 1949
41 171
Solving the Stubborn Klamath Dilemma. Draft for American Forests
April 1958
41 172
Some Like Roosevelt. The Nation
July 2, 1938
41 173
Sons of the Wild Jackass, 1946. The Nation
March 16, 1946
41 174
Sourdough – the Wilderness Yeast. Ford Times
March 1954
41 175
Sovereign of the West. Ken
December 15, 1938
41 176
Sprague – Conscience of Oregon. The Nation
January 26, 1956
41 177
Stand-Off in the Northwest. The Nation
October 14, 1950
41 178
State of the Slapstick in Politics. New York Times Magazine
February 20, 1938
41 179
Stassen vs. Dewey – 2nd Round. The Nation
May 22, 1948
41 180
State Capital—Olympia, Washington. Draft
1950
41 181
State Government in America. The English-Speaking World
July 1951
41 182
The State of Alaska. Survey Graphic
February 1948
41 183
The State of Alaska. Reader’s Digest
May 1948
41 184
States in Strait Jackets. American Magazine
April 1951
41 185
Sternest Crisis in 111 Years. The Star Weekly Magazine
March 29, 1958
41 186
Stevenson the Man. Frontier
September 1952
41 187
The Strange Story of Senator Morse. American Magazine
April 1953
41 188
The Stronger Sex. The Progressive
November 1950
41 189
Super Continental of the Canadian National. Railway Progress
August 1956
41 190
Subsidy or Actual Public Operation May be Needed to Save Rail Transportation. The Oregonian
October 19, 1958
41 191
The Struggle for a Liberal Senate. Debate with Senator Proxmire. The Progressive
June 1959
41 192
Subsidies for Children. Parents
September 25, 1958
41 193
Sweet Home Reaps a Last Great Harvest. Draft for New York Times Magazine
1949
41 194
Surrender in Oregon. Frontier
August 1952
42 1
Tax That Chokes the West. Railway Progress
August 1957
42 2
A TVA for Our Last Great Wilderness. Draft
1945
42 3
Taming America’s Wildest River. Popular Science
May 1954
42 4
T. Roosevelt and Conservation. T.R. Centennial Commission
October 1956
42 5
TVA for China. Draft
undated
42 6
The Telegraph Trail. Harper’s Magazine
October 1946
42 7
They Know What They’re Fighting for. Foreign Service
November 1950
42 8
They Never Go Back to Pocatello. Saturday Evening Post
September 14, 1946
42 9
They Love Roosevelt. Forum
January 1939
42 10
They Still Go West—Young and Old. New York Times Magazine July 30, 1950 and Reader’s Digest November 1950
1950
Box Folder
42 10
They Still Go West—Young and Old. New York Times Magazine
July 30, 1950
42 10
They Still Go West—Young and Old. Reader’s Digest
November 1950
42 11
They’re All for Lower Taxes, But-- New York Times Magazine
January 19, 1947
42 12
They’re Mounties, But Not the Hollywood Kind. Draft for New York Times
November 1953
42 13
Correspondence and back-up material on "They Never Go Back to Pocatello"
42 14
They’re Taming the Lolo Trail. Saturday Evening Post
April 10, 1954
42 15
They’ve Been Plowing Out the Railroad. Saturday Evening Post
December 25, 1954
42 16
They’ve Gone Wild—and Love It. Saturday Evening Post
July 1947
42 17
30,000 Candidates and Why They Run. Everybody’s Digest
November (no year listed)
42 18
This Bus Rolls Through the Sky. Popular Science
August 1951
42 19
This is a World I Never Fought for. New York Times Magazine
July 28, 1946
42 20
Townsend Racket: New Phase. The Nation
September 17, 1938
42 21
To Free Our Candidates from Financial Fetters. Draft
1956
42 22
To Protect Our Interstate Highways from Billboards. New York Times
February 24, 1957 (Sunday)
42 23
To the Ballot Box on Snowshoes. Draft for Saturday Evening Post
1946
42 24
To Safeguard Our Last Surviving Wilderness. Eagle Magazine
September 9, 1957
42 25
Trapper’s Season. New York Times Magazine
February 15, 1948
42 26
Travel—East vs. West. Letters regarding article "Vote for the West"
42 27
Travel Lure With a Capital “L”. Draft for The Signalman’s Journal
June 1946
42 28
Trek of the Rod Maker. Ford Times
March 1952
42 29
Trek Was Pinnacle of U.S. Exploration. Lewiston Morning Tribune
October 6, 1955
42 30
Tribal Town. The Nation
July 19, 1947
42 31
A Tribute to Joseph Kinsey Howard. Montana Magazine of History
Spring 1954
42 32
Trouble With You Canucks Is . . . New Liberty
May 1952
42 33
Two for the Show. Time
January 17, 1955
42 34
The Two Fisted Champions. Collier’s
February 24, 1940
42 35
Two Thousand Miles from His Company’s Rails. Railway Progress
August 13, 1954
42 36
The Townsend Plan and Its Astonishing Growth. Harper’s Magazine
March 1936
42 37
The Townsend Plan Exposed. The Nation
October 30, 1935
42 38
The Typical Westerner—Not So Unlike His Eastern Cousin. Draft for New York Times Magazine
undated
42 39
The Tyranny of Guilt by Association. The Progressive
September 1955
42 40
Uncle Sam’s Sun Valley. The Coast
January 1940
42 41
Unfinished Business in the Great Outdoors. New Republic
March 9, 1959
42 42
Unhappy Fishing Ground. Collier’s
October 21, 1939
42 43
The U.S. and Canada: Union Someday? Everybody’s Digest
March 1954
42 44
The U.S. Counts Its Wild Creatures. Draft for Toronto Star Weekly
March 1948
42 45
U.S. Forest Rangers: Custodians of Our Wilderness. Draft
undated
42 46
Untitled draft. Re: Lumber
undated
42 47-48
Vacations for the Adventurous. Esquire
May 1941
42 49
Venus Vanquished. Time
July 6, 1953
42 50
A Visit to Capitol Hill. Lincoln-Mercury Times
March 1956
42 51
A Visit to Capitol Hill. The Continental
November 1961-December 1961
42 52
Vote for the West. New York Times
March 20, 1955
42 53
Wallgren-Home Town Boy in Politics. Draft for New York Times
July 1947
42 54
Want to Name a Mountain? Saturday Evening Post
February 9, 1946
42 55
Wanted: More Churchmen in Politics. Christian Herald
September 1954
42 56
War and Public Power. The Nation
May 23, 1942
42 57
Warren: Nice Man in Rough Country. Draft for The Progressive
April 1952
42 58
Washington: Citadel of Big-Game Animals. Draft copy
1946
42 59
Washington’s Dry Run Primary. The Nation
April 8, 1950
42 60
Water Power vs. Oil. Railroad Magazine
undated
42 61
Water Gals. Collier’s
December 20, 1941
42 62
Watts, Boss Forester. Draft for Saturday Evening Post
1946
42 63
Way Over People’s Heads. The Progressive
April 1956
42 64
Wayne L. Morse: 1956 and Beyond. Fortnight
May 1955
42 65
Wayne Morse: Republican Gadfly. American Mercury
July 1947
42 66
We Have Nothing but the Earth. Survey Graphic
September 1948
42 67
We Need More Social Welfare. I.U.D. Digest
Fall 1957
42 68
We Need More Young Lawyers. Redbook
November 1953
42 69
Welfare Goals for America. The Progressive
August 1956
42 70
We’re Democrats and Human. Saturday Journal Magazine
May 10, 1953
42 71
West Coast: the Nation’s Barometer. Draft for Changing Times
1948
42 72
The West Puts Its Brand on Congress. New York Times Magazine
February 1, 1959
42 73
Correspondence regarding New York Times Magazine article: "The West Puts Its Brand on Congress"
February 1, 1959
42 74
The West Needs People. Survey Graphic
February 1941
42 75
The West Uneasily Eyes Its Vast Resources. Draft for New York Times Magazine
May 1953
42 76
The West Rejects Eastern Gloom. New York Times Magazine
December 5, 1937
42 77
A Westerner Tells What We Miss. New York Times Magazine
August 18, 1946
42 78
Westward the Land is Bright. Redbook
April 1952
42 79
The Wetbacks: Menace to American Standard of Living. Draft for Butcher Workman
April 1954
42 80
What Do Senators Read? Very Little. New York Times Book review
July 14, 1957
42 81
What Do the People Think of Truman? The Nation
January 19, 1946
42 82
What is Lacking? The American Issue
March 1960
42 83
What Labor Unions Forget. The Nation
December 23, 1950
42 84
What Makes a Great Varsity Crew. New York Times Magazine
June 26, 1938
42 85
What Some People Do to Vote! Saturday Evening Post
November 2, 1946
42 86
What God Hath Wrought. Common Sense
January 1942
42 87
What the Home Folks Say. Harper’s Magazine
September (no year listed)
42 88
What Will Happen to Wayne Morse? Frontier
June 1953
42 89
What’s a Treaty With an Indian Worth? Christian Herald
August 1953
42 90
What’s Behind the Power Fight? Draft
undated
42 91
What’s Wrong With Alaska? Washington Post
August 18, 1946
42 92
What’s Wrong With Alaska? Reader’s Digest
October 1946
42 93
What’s Wrong With Our Legislature? Everybody’s Digest
May (no year listed)
42 94
Wheeler’s Plight. Current History
August 1937
42 95
When Americans Migrate to Pavement. Draft for New York Times Magazine
1952
42 96
When Grangers Throw a Party. New York Times Magazine
August 27, 1950
42 97
When I Learned I Had Cancer. Harper’s Magazine
June 1959
42 98
When I Learned I Had Cancer. Cancer News
Summer 1959
42 99
When Ike Eisenhower Flubbed the Test of History. Draft
undated
42 100
When Influence is Good and Bad. New York Times Magazine
July 19, 1958
42 101
When Nights Are Long . . . Draft for Saturday Evening Post
April 1946
42 102
When Rule XXII Swallowed Itself. New Republic
January 14, 1957
42 103
Where Auto Rationing Really Bites. New York Times Magazine
May 31, 1942
42 104
Where Every Calorie Counts. Draft for Butcher Workman
January 1954
42 105
Where McNary Heads the Ticket. The Nation
September 28, 1940
42 106
Where the Names Come From. The Argus
Christmas 1949
42 107-108
Where There’s No Place Like School. Saturday Evening Post
April 8, 1950
42 109
White House Squirrels. "Why I 'Saved' the White House Squirrels"
undated
42 110
Who Pays for Our Roads. Draft for Harper’s Magazine
1953
42 111
Western Deserts Made to Bloom. New York Times Magazine
September 12, 1937
42 112
Who’s Laughing Now? American Magazine
September 1937
42 113
Who Polices the Policeman? New York Times Magazine
February 23, 1958
42 114
Who Wrecked Bonneville? The Nation
September 27, 1947
42 115
Who Shall Control the West? Draft for New York Times
November 1949
42 116
Who Shall Pay for Our Roads? Harper’s Magazine
October 1952
42 117
Who Are the Associated Farmers? Survey Graphic
September 1939
42 118
Who Shall Pay for Our Roads? Reader’s Digest
December 1952
42 119
Who Should Pay for Political Campaigning? New York Times Magazine
June 3, 1956
42 120
Whose “Home” State? Frontier
July 1952
42 121
Why a National Seashore Park for Oregon’s Coast. Draft for The Oregonian
August 1959
42 122
Why I Am Opposed to the Powell Amendment. A.D.A. World
undated
42 123
Why I Do Not Drink. Christian Herald
June 1955
42 124
Why I “Saved” the White House Squirrels. Parade Magazine
March 1958
42 125
Why Men Should Envy Women. Science Digest
May 1951
42 126
Why Not Admit DP’s to Alaska? This Week Magazine
July 30, 1950
42 127
Why People Live in Alaska. Tomorrow
January 1951
42 128
Why People Live in Alaska. Magazine Digest
May 1951
42 129
Wide Open Debates on the Wide Open Spaces. New York Times Magazine
September 6, 1953
42 130
Wilderness Battleground. New Republic
June 23, 1941
42 131
Wilderness Defense. Article censored. Saturday Evening Post
February 14, 1942
42 132
Wilderness Boss. This Week Magazine
August 11, 1946
42 133
Will Borah be Re-elected to Senate? Pacific Weekly
May 4, 1936
42 134
Will Kilowatt Replace Oil Out West? Draft for Railroad Magazine
March 1947
42 135
Wilkie Sets in the West. The Nation
October 26, 1940
42 136
Winning the West for The Democrats. The Progressive
January 1957
42 137
Wisconsin’s Tough Old Man. Saturday Evening Post
February 16, 1946
42 138
Wisconsin’s Tough Old Man. Reader’s Digest
May 1946
42 139
Women “Man” America’s Forest Lookouts. Draft for Everyday Magazine
undated
42 140
Wizard of Billboards and Ballots. Draft for Liberty Magazine
March 1946
42 141
Wonders of the Northwest. New York Times
March 3, 1946
42 142
The Woodmen and the Trees. The Nation
October 5, 1946
42 143
The World’s Greatest Engineering Wonder. American Magazine
January 1938
42 144
Young Man With Two Horns. Saturday Evening Post
July 8, 1939
42 145
Untitled: Re: WWII service in Alaska. Unpublished
undated
42 146
World’s Biggest Waterpower System – on Columbia River – Headed by TVA Idea Advocate. (Paul Raver) St. Louis Post Dispatch
January 6, 1952
42 147
You Can Have Skis—I’ll Take Snowshoes. Ford Times
January 1950
42 148
You Meet Such Interesting People. Re: LaNauze of RCMP. Oregon Journal
June 8, 1958
42 149
You Must Be Born Again. Draft for Everyday Magazine
undated
42 150
You’re a Stranger, Mr. President. New Liberty
November 1952
42 151
Yukon Adventure. Saturday Evening Post
February 19, 1944
42 152
Zioncheck: An American Tragedy. The Nation
August 22, 1936
42 153
Book reviews: Miscellaneous
42 154
Review: Washington Wife
42 155
Book Review: Disaster by Default. By: Frank Graham. New York Herald Tribune
1966
42 156
Book reviews by R.L. Neuberger
42 157
Review of N.A. 1 Looking North and N.A.1 Looking South
1957
42 158
Review of The Headwaters. By: Archie Binns. New York Times
undated
42 159
Redcoats in Revolt. (Review of Mrs. Mike) New York Times
undated
42 160
Review of Minding Our Own Business. New York Times
undated
42 161
Book review: America: Where Stands She Now?The Survey
June 1951
42 162
Review of The Last Wilderness. New York Times
October 1955
42 163
Review of The Columbia. By: Stewart H. Holbrook. New York Times
January 22, 1956
42 164
Review of Union House, Union Bar. Catering Industry Magazine
September 1956
42 165
Review of Conservation. By: David Cushman Coyle. New York Times
October 1957
42 166
Review of The Book of the Earth. New York Times
November 1957
42 167
Review of The New St. Lawrence. Oregon Journal
March 9, 1958
42 168
Review of Without Fear, Favor or Affection. By: Vernon A. M. Kemp. New York Times
February 1958
42 169
Foreword: Family Allowances. By: Dr. James Vadakin
May 1958
42 170
Foreword of The Tale of Valor. By: Vardis Fischer. Saturday Review
June 28, 1958
42 171
Foreword to Salmon of the Pacific Northwest: Fish vs. Dams. By: Anthony Netboy
July 1958
42 172
Review of Daughter of the Gold Rush. By: Klondy Nelson. New York Times
July 1958
42 173
Review of The Klondike Fever. By: Pierre Berton. New York Times
October 19, 1958
42 174
Review of Moonlight at Midday. By: Sally Carrighar. New York Times
October 26, 1958
42 175
Review of Land of Giants. By: David Lavender. New York Times
November 9, 1958
42 176
Review of Witch Doctor. By: Norman D. McDonald. New York Times
1959
42 177
Review of Before We Sleep. By: Hank Bloomgarden. New York Times
January 18, 1959
42 178
Review of To Be a Politician. By: Stimson Bullitt. Washington Post
March 22, 1959
42 179
Review of The Fourth Branch of Government. By: Douglas Cater. Washington Post
March 31, 1959
42 180
Review of Indians and Other Americans. By: Harold E. Fey. Saturday Review
May 9, 1959
42 181
Review of Advise and Consent. By: Allen Drury. New York Times
August 16, 1959
42 182
Review of Alaska Bound. By: Kathryn Winslow. New York Times
1960
42 183
Review of The Splendid Misery. By: Jack Bell. New York Times
March 20, 1960
42 184
Correspondence with publishers
42 185
Miscellaneous articles

Series IV:  Biographical MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
43 1
Neuberger biography
43 2
Political cartoons involving Neuberger
43 3
Neuberger material: Oxford University Press and letters regarding publication
43 4
Norris (RD)
43 5
Senator Brooks The Lewis and Clark Expedition
43 6-7
Lewis and Clark
43 8
Lewis and Clark
1954
43 9
Sacajawea
43 10
Lewis and Clark
43 11
M. and R. Neuberger, Unique Husband & Wife Team Tell Adventure in Politics. Oxford University Press
August 19, 1954
43 12
Lewis and Clark
43 13
Politician for the People. Re: RLN. Today
June 1956
43 14
The Metamorphosis of Dick Neuberger. The Register Guard
March 26, 1958
43 15
Oregon Senator Says Radio Caused Election. Broadcasting-Telecasting
September 26, 1955
43 16
Neuberger Team Back in Harness. The Sunday Star
June 12, 1955
43 17
Neuberger, Richard. Current Biography
February 1955
43 18
Miscellaneous correspondence
43 19
Tyranny of “They”. Christian Science
Monday, May 10, 1955
43 20
It Seems to Me. Oregon Statesman
April 8, 1954
43 21
Taking Hucksterism Out of Politics. The New Leader
43 22
To Modify Preference Clause. Oregon Statesman
November 5, 1953
43 23
Georgetown (D.C.) By: Betty Beale. Esquire
March 1958
43 24
Pertinent Questions. Oregon Statesman
March 5, 1959
43 25
It Seems to Me. Oregon Statesman
April 3, 1959
43 26
Senator Neuberger’s Death–A Great Loss. The Postal Record
April 1960
43 27
Photographs of Neuberger
43 28
Richard L. Neuberger Award. Redbook
December 13, 1961
43 29
The Neubergers: Oregon’s Political Paradox. Frontier
March 1953
43 30
Morse and Neuberger. Articles involving the two senators
43 31
Liberals Taxation Problem. Washington Evening Star
March 6, 1959
43 32
Of Cabbages & Kings. The Oregonian
March 24, 1959
43 33
Budget Balancing. Inflation Control Found Mostly Talk. New York Herald Tribune
April 8, 1959
43 34
Senator Morse and 1962. The Evening Star
May 5, 1959
43 35
Mountie Proved Relentless. Oregon Journal
June 8, 1959
43 36
Some Shocking Statements from a Politician. San Francisco New-Call Bulletin
November 25, 1959
43 37
Should Ike Shield a Democrat? Washington Post
October 14, 1959
43 38
Oregon Hill Home Tugs at Neubergers. Christian Science Monitor
December 11, 1959
43 39
Learning Politics on the Job. Citizenship Clearing House Bulletin
January 1958
43 40
Adlai for 1960 Speaker Urges. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
January 26, 1958
43 41
Friendly Meeting with McKay Product of New Neubergerism. Statesman
May 10, 1958
43 42
The Partisans Don’t Like It... East Oregonian
May 13, 1958
43 43
Importance of Health Conservation. Oregon Journal
September 8, 1958
43 44
AFL-CIO Scored 12 Senators at 100%. Washington Post
October 3, 1958
43 45
We Build a Railroad. The Oregonian
September 12, 1957
43 46
On the Other Foot. St. Louis Dispatch
January 19, 1956
43 47
Senator-- Tracks
March 1956
43 48
Foreign Aid Policy Approaches Crisis. Washington Post
July 6, 1956
43 49
Examiner Costello’s Ruling Raises Critical Questions. The Oregonian
May 27, 1955
43 50
Book containing Norris notes
43 51
Guest book
January 7, 1955-January 16, 1957
43 52
Guest book
April 13, 1959-March 16, 1960
43 53
Guest book
January 18, 1957-April 10, 1959

Series V:  ScrapbooksReturn to Top

Other Descriptive InformationReturn to Top

Note: The scrapbooks are inventoried how they are in the boxes. Each box contains volumes arranged in a stack, starting with volume one at the top of the stack. The subjects represented are not inclusive. They are, however, what appears the most.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Volume
44 1
Political articles about Neuberger
December 1954-April 1955
44 2
Prep athletics
1930-1931
44 3
Alaska photographs, various articles and letters. Greeting cards
September 1942-February 1945
44 4
Miscellaneous letters and articles in separate folder
undated
44 5
Articles by Neuberger and legislative information
1936-1937
44 6
Legislative articles
January 1941-March 1941
44 7
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings
1937-1942
44 8
Prep athletics
December 1930-March 1931
44 9
Legislative articles
undated
45 1
Miscellaneous legislative articles
January 1949-April 1949
45 2
Articles written by Neuberger
May 1948
45 3
Articles by Neuberger published in The Progressive and New York Times
August 1944-March 1946
45 4
Articles regarding (personal and political) and by Neuberger
April 1946-October 1947
45 5
1948 Campaign
March 1947-October 1948
45 6
Neuberger, Alaska, and war articles
February 1943-February 1944
45 7
Political articles regarding Neuberger
November 1948-June 1949
46 1
Articles by Neuberger
March 1950-October 1950
46 2
Legislative bill articles involving Neuberger
January 1951-February 1951
46 3
Articles by Neuberger and about his political actions
February 1951-April 1951
46 4
Articles about Maurine Neuberger and various bills
January 1953-March 1953
46 5
Articles about taxes, water and Maurine Neuberger
April 1951-May 1951
46 6
Articles by and about Neuberger
March 1953-April 1953
46 7
Articles about Maurine and miscellaneous political articles about Richard Neuberger
1950-1952
46 8
1954 Campaign #1a
October 1953-March 1954
46 9
1954 Campaign #1
January 1953-October 1953
47 1
1954 Campaign clippings
undated
47 2
1954 Campaign #4
November 1954-December 1954
47 3
Articles about squirrels, the budget, Morse/Neuberger issues, power, miscellaneous
January 1953-March 1955
47 4
Articles about power and conservation
January 1955-August 1955
47 5
Miscellaneous articles
December 1954-June 1955
47 6
Political snippets, letters to the editor
December 1954-June 1955
47 7
Power issues and squirrels
March 1955-April 1955
47 8
Social articles, various power and dam articles
June 1955-August 1955
47 9
Squirrels, Morse/Neuberger articles
May 1955-June 1955
47 10
Timber, Hells Canyon, Coos Bay articles
August 1955-October 1955
47 11
Articles about power issues
October 1955
48 1
Morse, Timber, McKay articles
March 1956
48 2
Water, Al Serena Case articles
January 1956-February 1956
48 3
Education, dams, campaign spending articles
February 1956-March 1956
48 4
Rivers, flooding and mining articles
December 1955-January 1956
48 5
Timber, water and power articles
November 1955-December 1955
48 6
Articles by and regarding the political activity of Neuberger
March 1956-April 1956
48 7
Political articles about Neuberger
November 1955
48 8
Timber, power, and Hells Canyon articles
October 1955-November 1955
48 9
Taxes, power, orphans and miscellaneous articles
October 1955
49 1
Miscellaneous political activities articles
April 1957-May 1957
49 2
Billboards and Morgan issues
February 1957-April 1957
48 3
Unions, forests
February 1957
49 4
Unemployment, Morse, miscellaneous articles
December 1956-February 1957
49 5
Miscellaneous political articles and articles by Neuberger
August 1956-December 1956
49 6
Miscellaneous political activity articles
August 1956-October 1956
49 7
Hells Canyon, labor articles
June 1956-August 1956
49 8
Hells Canyon, labor and campaign spending articles
May 1956-June 1956
49 9
Miscellaneous political activities articles
April 1956-May 1956
50 1
Scrapbook
June 1957-September 1957
50 2
Morse and miscellaneous articles
August 1957
50 3
Centennial Bill, Morse and miscellaneous political articles
January 1958-March 1958
50 4
Dams, fish and power articles
October 1957-December 1957
50 5
Indians, mining, timber, and miscellaneous articles
December 1957-January 1958
50 6
Miscellaneous political activity articles
May 1957-June 1957
50 7
Klamath Indians, miscellaneous articles
September 1957-October 1957
50 8
Morse and miscellaneous articles
March 1958-April 1958
51 1
Sand dunes, power, Maurine’s involvement with NATO and various political articles
April 1959-May 1959
51 2
Klamath issues and the Columbia River
April 1958-May 1958
51 3
Cancer, peace, the Columbia River and miscellaneous articles
August 1958-October 1958
51 4
Morse, Alaska statehood and various articles
July 1958-August 1958
51 5
Morse and foreign policy articles
May 1959-June 1959
51 6
Sand dunes and miscellaneous articles
August 1959-September 1959
51 7
Parks and health care
February 1959-April 1959
51 8
Morse, taxes, cancer, miscellaneous political articles
December 1959
51 9
Timber articles and the issue with Maurine wearing a swimsuit
May 1958-June 1958
52 1
Clipping related to the death of Neuberger
January 1960-March 1960
52 2
Salmon, Mark Hatfield, miscellaneous articles
November 1959-December 1959
52 3
Mark Hatfield, miscellaneous articles
October 1958-December 1958
52 4
Dunes/Seashore controversy, miscellaneous article regarding Mark Hatfield
December 1959-January 1960
52 5
Various political activity articles and sand dunes
September 1959-October 1959
52 6
Miscellaneous dunes, timber and parks articles
October 1959-November 1959
52 7
Miscellaneous political activity articles
August 1959
52 8
Dams, Morse federal power and various political articles
June 1959-August 1959

Series VI:  Miscellaneous papersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
53 1
Neuberger Hall dedication. Portland State University campus
1972
53 2
Miscellaneous newspaper articles
1970s and 1980s
53 3
Tributes to Maurine Neuberger
1955
53 4
Article about Richard Neuberger. The Sunday Oregonian Magazine
September 2, 1973
53 5
Foreign Aid
1957-1960
53 6
Conservation
1955-1959
53 7
“Senator Neuberger Suggests 15-Point Policy.” The Oregonian
November 23, 1968
53 8
“I Run for Office.” Harper’s Magazine
February 1947
53 8
“I Go to the Legislature.” No publisher
1941
53 9
“The Buck Stops Here.” Draft for The Reporter
May 1958
53 10
“Reading Time is Stolen from Hours of Sleep.” New York Times
July 21, 1957
53 11
“Should a Public Man Write.” Saturday Review
April 9, 1960
53 12
“Tribulations of a State Legislator.” The Reporter
January 31, 1950
53 12
“I am a Five Dollar a Day Senator.” The Reader’s Digest
May 1949
53 12
“I am a Five Dollar a Day Senator.” This Week Magazine
January 30, 1949
53 13
Politics general
53 14
“County Unification.” This Week Magazine
March 1952
53 15
“Let’s Control Campaign Spending.” Eagle Magazine
October 1953
53 16
Education miscellaneous
53 17
Senate miscellaneous
53 18
Social security
1957
53 19
“Let’s Strengthen Social Security.” Eagle Magazine
August and September 1957
53 19
“No Discrimination on Government Contracts.” Eagle Magazine
May 1958
53 20
Right wing correspondence
53 21
Political science background
53 22
“I’d Rather Not be Governor.” The Progressive
May 1950
53 23
“A Milepost Through the Billboard Jungle.” Outdoor America
June 1959
53 23
“The Greatest Killer of Kids.” The Progressive
1958
53 23
“Are You Tougher Than Your Wife?” This Week Magazine
March 1950
53 24
“The Congressional Record: And Why So Few Americans Read it.” Draft
undated
53 25
“Should We Move the Capital to the Rockies?” New York Times Magazine
October 6, 1946
54 1
“Are You Fit for Political Office?” Collier’s
November 13, 1953
54 1
“Power and Politics.” The American Forum
April 29, 1956
54 2
Children miscellaneous
54 3
Miscellaneous articles on Neuberger’s life with cancer
54 4
Conservation miscellaneous articles and letters
54 5-6
Miscellaneous Neuberger articles

Series VII:  Oversize MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Speech Index
Box
55
Index, P-Z
Index A-O is not in this collection.
Scrapbooks
Box
56
Scrapbook. Articles about the railroads, and miscellaneous topics
June 2, 1949-February 1950
56
Scrapbook. 1954 Campaign #2
April 1954
16 mm film
Box
57
“Face the Nation.” CBS Television
April 14, 1957
57
“Man of the Year.” (No. 303) NBC Television. With Richard Heffner
Speeches on vinyl records
12” vinyl records
Box disc
58 1
Richard Neuberger. Northwestern. Program 1. “Oregon’s Crucial Farm Problem” and “Jobs and Prosperity in Oregon”
58 2
Richard Neuberger. Program 4. “Good Government”
58 3
Richard Neuberger. Program 5. “Bonneville Power”
58 4
Richard Neuberger. Program 6. “Your Land and Mine”
58 5
Richard Neuberger. CBS Radio. “The Leading Question”
March 14, 1957
58 6
Richard Neuberger. CBS Radio. “Capitol Cloakroom”
April 28, 1958
16” vinyl records
Box disc
58 1
Richard Neuberger. Radio address
October 28, 1954
58 2
Senator Mansfield
October 1954
58 2
Senator Albert Gore
October 1954
58 3
Howard Dent
October 1954
58 3
James T. Marr
October 1954
58 4
Lyle Watts
October 1954
58 4
Robert Y. Thornton
October 1954
58 5
Senator Wayne L. Morse. Television broadcast
October 1, 1954
58 5
Senator Wayne L. Morse. “Cordon’s Voting Record”
October 1954
58 6
Howard Morgan. Program 1
October 1954
58 6
Howard Morgan. Program 2
October 1954

Series VII:  Photographs (PH085)Return to Top

1.0 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
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PH085_01: Oregon Legislature
1.0 photographic print
Richard Neuberger at desk in Legislature.
3.5 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_02: 1940 Pres. Election debate between David Eccles (Wilkie) vs. Richard Neuberger (Roosevelt)
1.0 photographic print
4 x 5 inches
Eccles, Neuberger and another man at dinner table.
1940
PH085_03: Oregon Legislature
1.0 negative
3.5 x 4 inches
Richard Neuberger at desk in Legislature
not yet assigned
PH085_04: Mluksak
1.0 photographic print
6 x 4 inches
Eskimo Man
not yet assigned
PH085_05: Sinnisiak
1.0 photographic print
6 x 4 inches
Eskimo Man
not yet assigned
PH085_06: Mluksak & Sinnisiak
1.0 photographic print
6 x 4 inches
Eskimo Men
not yet assigned
PH085_07: [5 men in front of National Geographic Society boat]
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_08: [10 men in National Geographic Society boat]
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_09: [Boat near houses near water]
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_10: [Men getting into National Geographic Society boat]
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_11: [NGS boat on river, men waving from shore]
1.0 photographic print
3.5 x 6 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_12: [Railcars, taken from open passenger railcar]
1.0 photographic print
5.75 x 4.75 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_13: [Railcars]
1.0 negative
3 x 2 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_14: [Railcars ]
1.0 negative
3 x 2 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_15: [Railcars ]
1.0 negative
3 x 2 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_16: Alaska
1.0 photographic print
5 x 7 inches
Dawson Creek bus with 6 men standing in front
not yet assigned
PH085_17: [Man standing up in crowd talking]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_18: [flooded cow pasture]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 7 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_19: [2 men in military dress and man in suit looking at map]
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_20: [5 men in suits sitting at table]
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
not yet assigned
PH085_21: Libraries are Popular
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
4 men & woman in small library
not yet assigned
PH085_22: 1940 Pres. Election debate between David Eccles (Wilkie) vs. Richard Neuberger (Roosevelt)
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
Eccles, Neuberger and another man at dinner table
1940
PH085_23: Agricultural development
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
Garden in front of house.
not yet assigned
PH085_24: Institutional training
1.0 photographic print
10 x 8 inches
Men in hospital beds typing and writing.
Photographic department D.V.A. Shaunghnessy Hospital
March 15, 1947
PH085_25: Up She Goes!
1.0 photographic print
10 x 8 inches
Joe Papish shooting basketball from wheelchair while crowd looks on.
Photographic Department D.V.A. Shaunghnessy Hospital
not yet assigned
PH085_26: Therapy treatments
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
patients in therapy/gym room at hospital
Photographic Department D.V.A. Shaunghnessy Hospital
not yet assigned
PH085_27: Normandie Subdivision
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
View of subdivision from hilltop.
not yet assigned
PH085_28: Valleyview Subdivision
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
View of subdivision from hilltop
Grant, William G.
June 14, 1949
PH085_29: Sunnybrook Hospital
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
Hospital buildings from a distance.
Milne, Gaibest A.
not yet assigned
PH085_30: Shaughnessy Hospital
1.0 unknown
8 x 10 inches
Gilbert Wood, Joyce Goodwin & Marjorie Hildebrand
Buckley, K.
August 22, 1949
PH085_31: Out-Door Movies
1.0 photographic print
10 x 8 inches
Out-Door Movies for Patients in Shaughnessy Hospital's Chest Unit are a weekly feature. Illustrated above is a patient watching the 8 by 10 foot screen through the window beside his bed. The patients are able to hear the picture dialogue through their radio headsets.
May 6, 1948
PH085_32: C.V.T Prepares Canadian women for house maker's role. [Paule Poirier fitting dress on mannequin]
1.0 photographic print
10 x 8 inches
Miss Paule Poirier of Jaliette, Quebec, teacher and dress designer of the St. Denis Women Readaptation Center is seen in this photo demonstrating modern techniques in dress fitting during sewing class. The dress on the form was cut from home spun material made at the school by students. Sitting at the sewing machine veteran Beatrice Lepage of Matapedia Valley, Quebec, is working on a pattern.
not yet assigned
PH085_33: Donald Hutchinson working on radio
1.0 photographic print
10 x 8 inches
Handicapped but not disabled is veteran Donald Hutchinson of Montreal Wounded in Sicily in 1943 Donald lost his left arm and suffered from paraplegia as a result of a spinal injury. Hospitalized at Ste Anne's this veteran had to learn to walk all over again with the help of braces and crutches and was also fitted with a Dorrance Hook. By the end of 1947 Donald was ready for employment after receiving in radio repair work. Illustrated above he is seen at a soldering job in the Intercommunication department of the Lounge Pointe Ordnance Depot where he is employed. Donald works in a wheelchair and travels to and from work in a hand controlled automobile which he drives himself unattended.
not yet assigned
PH085_34: Vetcraft Industries [Vets making poppies]
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
Vetcraft industries. 13017-Neg.1 The Toronto unit of Vetcraft Industries, a division of DVA's Prosthetic Services, is busiest during the three months preceding Remembrance Day. These veterans supplement their pensions by making poppies which are distributed by the Canadian Legion.
not yet assigned
PH085_35: Bonneville Project
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
Construction of the Bonneville Dam
not yet assigned
PH085_36: Bonneville Project
1.0 photographic print
8 x 10 inches
Construction of the Bonneville Dam.
not yet assigned
PH085_37: [Carol Koenig, Barbara Bachem and Martha MacCammond]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 6 inches
These three girls are all from prominent New England families. Left to right, Carol Koenig, Barbara Bachem and Martha MacCammond. They were friends in the "States"
Neuberger, Maurine
not yet assigned
PH085_38: [Steve Homer & mother]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 6 inches
Steve Homer's mother sold her house in Connecticut to be with him at Port Chilkoot. Now her cooking at the Chilkoot Inn is famous throughout the North Country.
Neuberger, Maurine
not yet assigned
PH085_39: [Mimi Gregg]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 6 inches
Mimi Gregg came north with her husband, their two children and Mimi's opera-singing mother. Now the Greggs have another child and he teaches in Skagway.
Neuberger, Maurine
not yet assigned
PH085_40: [Teresa Stelting and Helen Gulliford]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 6 inches
The young people at Chilkoot Barracks are a cosmopolitan group. Teresa Stalting (Left) is from Essex, England. Helen Gulliford is a native-born Hawaiian
Neuberger, Maurine
not yet assigned
PH085_41: [Mrs. Signa Homer]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 6 inches
Mrs. Signa Homer uses her radiator warming oven to keep hot the food served in her Chilkoot Inn. this oven is a holdover from Army equipment in the days of '98
Neuberger, Maurine
not yet assigned
PH085_42: [Mrs. Marty Cordes & daughter]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 6 inches
Mrs. Marty Cordes and her daughter have a virtual private yacht as they voyage on the top deck of Steve Homer's LCT between Chilkoot and Glacier Bay
Neuberger, Maurine
not yet assigned
PH085_43: [Mimi Gregg and children]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 6 inches
Mimi Gregg and two of her children. She specializes in handicraft and makes bookends, trays and bracelets which embody the Alaska motif.
Neuberger, Maurine
not yet assigned