C. Girard Davidson papers, 1934-1980  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Davidson, C. Girard (Crowe Girard), 1910-
Title
C. Girard Davidson papers
Dates
1934-1980 (inclusive)
Quantity
153.0 linear feet, (102 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 162
Summary
The C. Girard Davidson Papers document the career of attorney, politician, and businessman Crow Girard "Jebby" Davidson (1910-1996). The collection is organized into major series concerning government projects, legal cases, political activities, and business interests. The majority of material related to Davidson's service as Assistant Secretary of the Interior (1946-1950) is housed in the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri.
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.

Collection includes sound recordings or moving images to which access is restricted. Access to these materials is governed by repository policy and may require the production of listening or viewing copies. Researchers requiring access must notify Special Collections & University Archives in advance and pay fees for reproduction services as necessary.

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


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Attorney, politician, and businessman, Crow Girard "Jebby" Davidson was born July 28, 1910 in Lafayette, Louisiana. He received his B.A. from Southwestern Louisiana Institute (1930), LL.B. from Tulane University (1933), and D.J.S. from Yale University Law School (1936). Davidson was a member of the bar in five states: Louisiana, Tennessee, Oregon, District of Columbia, and Alaska. He was married to Mercedes Hester (1939-1952), Joan Kaplan (1953-1967), and Sylvia Nemer (1967-until his death in 1996), and was the father of six children and two step-children.

After the completion of his law degree, Davidson served as attorney for the Tennessee Valley Authority, 1934-1937. Following his resignation, he went into private practice with his brother in Lafayette, Louisiana where he organized all of the REA Electric Cooperatives in that state. His job as consultant to the Bonneville Power Administration, 1940-1946, took him to Portland, Oregon. While there, Davidson shuttled to Washington, D.C. to serve as Assistant General Counsel of the War Production Board, 1944-1945. He remained in government service in the position of Assistant Secretary of the Interior under President Truman, 1946-1950.

Subsequent to his resignation as Assistant Secretary of the Interior, Davidson returned to private law practice in Portland, Oregon as a partner in the law firm of Davidson, Hart and Veasie, and became involved in several major legal cases. The first was a fight against the powerful aluminum companies, in which Davidson represented Leo Harvey of Harvey Machine Company who was seeking a $46 million loan from the government to build an aluminum plant in Montana. He also took on the Idaho Power Company as counsel for the National Hell's Canyon Association in its battle for a high dam rather than a series of low dams. In 1967, Davidson confronted Consolidated Edison of New York when he was hired as consultant by that city to investigate high rates and poor service. Another major case was the Sierra Club legal action against U.S. Plywood-Champion Papers, a company that wanted to construct a pulp plant in southeast Alaska. Davidson represented the latter in the court case which, after numerous delays, was rendered moot.

In the 1950s, Davidson became active in the Democratic Party. He served as National Democratic Elector in 1952, and was twice elected, in 1956 and 1960, as Democratic National Committeeman of Oregon by popular vote in state-wide elections. Between 1960 and 1963 Davidson was Chairman of the Advisory Council on National Resources of the Democratic National Committee as well as a member of the Executive Committee. Concurrently, he served as Chairman of the Western States Democratic Conference.

Davidson's wife, Sylvia Nemer Davidson, was also active in Oregon's civic and political affairs. She was Co-Chairman of the Adlai Stevenson's Oregon Presidential Campaign and played a prominent part in John F. Kennedy's primary campaign in that state. In 1972, the Davidsons ran as a husband/wife team for delegates pledged to Edmund Muskie to the Democratic National Convention. Their campaign was unsuccessful, but they did attend the convention as members of the '72 Sponsors Club. Between 1972 and 1977, Davidson was once again active in civic affairs when he was appointed to the Oregon Educational Coordinating Council, later Commission, by the Governor.

Davidson resigned as Democratic National Committeeman in 1963 so that he could attend to his business interests in Alaska. Davidson was primarily involved in lumber and construction companies. Many of his business endeavors were financed by the Jemkap Company, headed by J.M. Kaplan, Davidson's father-in-law. A partnership between Davidson and Jemkap, Frontiers- Oregon, Ltd., invested in several other firms in which Davidson had a controlling interest.

C. Girard Davidson died on Friday, September 20, 1996, at his home in Portland, Oregon. He was 86. He was survived by his wife and six children.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The C. Girard Davidson Papers document the career of this public official. The collection is arranged according to activity, including the major series of government projects, legal cases, political activities, and business interests. There are also biographical materials, daily diaries, correspondence, speeches, subject files, and some personal material. One box of photographs has been removed to the Photograph Collection and is available on request. The researcher should also be aware that the majority of material relating to Davidson's service as Assistant Secretary of the Interior (1946-1950) is housed in the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri.

The Government Project series contains the files of projects for which Davidson was the consulting attorney. These projects include: Tennessee Valley Authority (1934-1937); U.S. Housing Authority (September 1939-September 1940); and Bonneville Power Administration (1940-1946). Davidson was consultant to BPA beginning September 1940, in an attempt to buy out Puget Sound Power and Light Company. In April 1941, he was promoted to Assistant General Counsel and between 1943 and 1946 he served as General Counsel. While living in Portland, Davidson also served as counsel to the War Production Board (1944-1945); and as Assistant Secretary of the Interior for the U.S. Department of the Interior (June 18, 1946-1950). Most of the material covering this period is in the Truman Library. The Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission was created by legislation in 1975, Davidson served as chairman from June, 1975-September, 1977. This commission served to coordinate community colleges and four-year institutions.

The Legal Cases series reflects Davidson's work as a consultant to many large corporations and several utility companies. In 1967 he was hired by New York City Council on Consumer Affairs, during Mayor John Lindsay's term, to investigate the rates and services of Consolidated Edison. He acted as attorney for Harvey Machine Company of Kalispell, Montana. This was an unsuccessful effort to obtain a $46 million loan to build an aluminum plant (1950-1952). These files reflect the influence that was exerted by some large corporations in trying to maintain their monopoly in the aluminum field. The National Hells Canyon Association hired him as counsel in their battle to convince citizens and legislators that a high Hells Canyon dam was preferable to a series of lower dams proposed by the Idaho Power Company (1953-1963). Davidson served as company liaison for U.S. Plywood-Champion Papers Inc. In 1968, U.S. Plywood Champion Papers was awarded the sale of 8.75 billion board feet of timber in the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska. When the company decided to build a pulp mill, it arranged for the services and advice of a team of seven ecologists and environmentalists. Davidson served with the ecology team. He also represented the paper company in a suit filed against them by the Sierra Club (1970). The purpose of the suit was to void the timber sale and prevent construction of the pulp and paper mill at Berners Bay near Juneau. The decision of the Federal District Court of Alaska has become a landmark case and is used in a number of law schools and textbooks as a leading case in environmental law. The Alaska court ruled in favor of the U.S. Forest Service and Champion Papers. The Sierra Club appealed the decision but in pendency of litigation (4 years) the cost of construction escalated to the point that the project was no longer feasible. On August 20, 1976, the case was dismissed "upon the ground that it had been rendered moot."

Davidson was highly active in the political arena that included Oregon and the nation. Correspondence files in the Political Activities series include Frank Church, Hubert Humphrey, John F. Kennedy, Wayne Morse, Richard L. Neuberger, Charles O. Porter, and Adlai Stevenson. His activities include his work with the Western States Democratic Conference, Democratic National Committee, and the Advisory Council on Natural Resources of the Democratic National Committee.

The Business Interests series includes folders on the Alaska Pacific Lumber Company that was founded by Davidson in 1957. This was the first modern sawmill and chipping plant in the state, located in Wrangell, Alaska. He sold the company to the Puget Sound Plywood Company in 1967. That company, in turn, sold the operation to the Wrangell Lumber Company, a Japanese firm. Other timber business interests include: Pacific Northern Lumber Company for the construction of the sawmill in Wrangell, Alaska, 1959; Seversky-Electronatom, a company that developed basic patents, designs, and concepts for the creation of a commercially feasible device to eliminate particulate and gaseous emissions caused by incineration and other forms of combustion or Hydro-Precipitrol; Western Forest Products, Inc.; and The Pacific Northern Timber Company. Construction and development interests include: Frontiers Construction Company, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Frontiers - Oregon, Ltd., Georgia-Pacific Alaska, Schenk Construction Company, Townhouse, Inc., Western Land Development Company, and Wrangell Development Company. Other business interests also includes Portland Television, Inc. and J.M. Kaplan. Kaplan, owner and President of Welch Grape Juice Company was Davidson's father-in-law. The Jemkap Company provided loans to Davidson in his numerous business endeavors.

In Davidson's Personal Material series there is a box of audio tapes featuring the appearance of John F. Kennedy on the "Youth Speaks" program on KORE radio, Eugene, OR, May 19 and 20, 1958; and the appearance of Hubert Humphrey on the same program on April 26, 1959. There is also a 16mm silent film "Raven Balloon." There is a defendant exhibit label on the film canister, but the subject is unknown; and so is the legal case. Finally, there is a box of annotated address cards that appear to list Davidson's business and political contacts. Annotations include the relation to Davidson and some personal comments.

Where applicable, the folder-by-folder inventory maintains file folder titles used by Davidson. Most of the political material had been received as a gift in 1966, and was cataloged as collection AX 208. It has now been incorporated into this more comprehensive collection.

Photographs are included.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], C. Girard Davidson papers, Coll 162, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

InventoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 1, Folder 1

Series I:  Biographical MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
1 2
Biographical Sketches
1 3
Material for Published biographical sketches
1 4
Oral history interview, Truman Library

Series II:  Daily diary, 1943-1953Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 5
1943
1 6
1944
1 7
1945
1 8
1946
1 9
January 1951-June 1951
1 10
July 1951-December 1951
1 11
January 1952-June 1952
1 12
July 1952-December 1952
1 13
January 1953-June 1953
1 14
July 1953-December 1953

Series III:  Lawyer's Day, January 1959-1980Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 15
January 1959-June 1959
1 16
July 1959-December 1959
1 17
January 1960-June 1960
1 18
July 1960-December 1960
2 1
1961
2 2
1962
2 3
1963
2 4
1964
2 5
1965
2 6
1966
2 7
1967
2 8
1968
3 1
1969
3 2
1970
3 3
1971
3 4
1972
3 5
1973
3 6
1974
3 7
1975
3 8
1976
4 1
1977
4 2
1978
4 3
1979
4 4
1980

Series IV:  Time Recap, 1971-1978Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 5
1971-1973
4 6
1974-1978

Series V:  Secretary's Memo Books, 1962-1968Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 7
Day Timer
1962
4 8
1963-1968

Series VI:  Correspondence, Chronological, 1961-1970Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 9
1961-1964
4 10
1965-1966
4 11
1967-1970

Series VII:  Correspondence, AlphabeticalReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
5 1
A
5 2
Artz, George
5 3
B
5 4
B, continued
5 5
Bessey, Roy F.
5 6
C
5 7
D
5 8
Douglas, William
5 9
E
5 10
F
5 11
Ferry, W.H.
5 12
G
5 13
H
5 14
I
5 15
J
5 16
K
5 17
L
5 18
M
5 19
Morris, Hilda and Carl
5 20
Morse, Wayne
5 21
Murkowski, Frank
5 22
N
5 23
Nott, Warren
5 24
O
5 25
O continued
5 26
P
5 27
P continued
5 28
Q-R
5 29
S
5 30
T
5 31
Tucker, Pat
6 1
U
6 2
V
6 3
U-V
6 4
W
6 5
W, continued
6 6
Warren, Cliff
6 7
X, Y, Z

Series VIII:  Speeches, 1945-1963 1968Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
6 8
Index of Speeches
1945-1963
6 9
May 10 - A Columbia Valley Authority. Address to the Engineers Club of Seattle. November 6 - Bonneville Power Administration. Postwar Resources Institute Conference, Washington, D.C.
May 10, 1945-November 6, 1945
6 10
December 4 - Conservation of Industrial Raw Materials - A National Problem. Address to American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
December 4, 1946
6 11
May 29 - Address at Jefferson Day Dinner, Bellingham, Washington. June 25 - Statement on behalf of the Department of the Interior to the Columbia Basin Inter-Agency Committee on Columbia and Snake River Dams and Fisheries. September 21 - Dedication of the Whitman National Monument. Walla Walla, Washington (with draft and pamphlet). September 26 - Opening Statement to the Northwest Mining Association. Spokane, Washington. November 15 - Can America Do the Job? Young Democratic National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio. December 10 - Statement before a subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee of the Senate. December 17 - Loyalty Program. Press Radio Wing of the American Veterans Committee.
May 1947-December 1947
6 12
March 15 - Address before the Chalamette National Historical Park Association at New Orleans, Louisiana.
March 15, 1948
6 13
March 18 - Address, Southwestern Louisiana Institute.
March 18, 1948
6 14
April 30 - Remarks, Federation of American Scientists, Washington, D.C.
April 30, 1948
6 15
May 28 - Address, Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, Washington.
May 28, 1948
6 16
June. Hearings before Committee on public Lands.
June 1948
6 17
August 31 - Statement on Proposed Regulations for Leasing Public Lands Containing Phosphate Deposits.
August 31, 1948
6 18
September 10 - Statement before the Portland City Club.
September 10, 1948
6 19
October - December: October 25 - Discussion of Regional Planning for MIT class, Boston. November 8 - Four More Years with Truman. December 4 - A Program for Tackling the Minerals Shortage.
October 1948-December 1948
6 20
February 1 - The Pacific Northwest. Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. March 5 - Our Valley Resources. New York Harold Tribune Forum Speech. March 10 - Statement before Subcommittee of Mines and Mining, Public Lands Commission. April 11 - We Need More Electric Power. Economic Action Conference. April 22 - Address at Portland, Oregon. May 12 - One Land, Many Agencies: Management of Natural Resource Development. May 13 - Regional Development in the Columbia Valley. National Emergency Conference on Resources. May 14 - the Power of New England. Textile Workers Union of America. May 20 - Interior's Responsibility in D.C. Recreation. Inter-Church Fellowship.
February 1949-May 1949
6 21
March 7 - New York Herald Tribune Forum.
March 7, 1949
6 22
June 7 - Managing the Federal Investment in the Northwest. Oregon Bankers Association. June 9 - Address at Seattle, Washington, Chamber of Commerce. June 13 - The Power of the Grangers, Annual Convention of the Oregon State Grange. June 21 - Statement before Senate Public Works Committee Hearing to establish a Columbia Valley Administration.
June 1949
6 23
July 2 - A Talisman of International Accord at St. Croix National Monument and related materials.
July 2, 1949
6 24
July 9 - Statement to Public Works Committee. July 13 - How a Columbia Valley Administration Would Operate. House Public Works Committee. July 23 - Draft speech. July 25 - Statement, National Parks Concessions.
July 1949
6 25
August 5: Statement. National Parks Concessions. August 5 - Statement replying to remarks of Congressman Miller. August 19 - CVA: A Business Proposition. Young Men's Business Club of Tacoma, Washington. August 26 - CVA and Public Order. Eastern Washington PUD Commissioner Association. September 17 - CVA Promotes Conservation. Izaak Walton on Industrial Problems. September 26 - People and Resources. Catholic Conference on Industrial Problems.
August 1949-September 1949
6 26
October 15 - Statement. November 4 - Statement on Department of the Interior Advance Program for the Pacific Northwest. November 17 - A Young People's Program. Democratic National Convention. December 9 - Progress Towards Democracy. Annual Meeting of the Federation of Civic Associations. December 12 - Resource Management by the Farmer and His Government. National Land and Water Conference of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
October 1949-December 1949
6 27
January 18 - The Democratic Program for a Growing America. Springfield Public Forum. March 4 - Resources Planning: A First Consideration in City Planning. American Institute of Planners and Institute of Professional Town Planners of Canada. March 24 - Address at the Inauguration of the Honorable Morris F. de Castro as Governor of the Virgin Islands. April 24 - Remarks in accepting award. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Second annual award dinner of the District of Columbia Branch. May 4 - Remarks before the U.S. Technical Conference on Air Pollution. June 19 - Pacific Northwest Resources in the World Economy. Oregon State College. June 29-30 - Federal Administration of Natural Resources Programs. Lectures at the Northern Great Plains Workshop. Programs. Lectures at the Northern Great Plains Workshop.
January 1950-June 1950
6 28
July 5 - Statement before the Subcommittee of the Senate Public Works Committee Hearing 2.3707, Bill to establish a New England-New York Resources Survey Commission. July 22 - What Does CVA Mean to You? The American Forum of the Air. July 31 - CVA and Defense Production. Chamber of Commerce Forum Luncheon, Pendleton, Oregon. August 30 - Minerals Production and the Public Domain. Annual Convention of the American Mining Congress. October 13 - We Can Produce the Goods. Fall Convention of the Indiana Independent Petroleum Association, Inc. October 23 - The Region and Minerals Programs for Defense. Banquet for the Columbia Basin Interagency Committee. No date - News Release.
July 1950-December 1950
6 29
February 12 - Report to Oscar L. Chapman, Secretary of Interior.
February 12, 1951
6 30
April 5 - Northern California Research Conference.
April 5, 1951
6 31
June 9 - Lafayette, Louisiana.
June 9, 1951
6 32
April 17 - Roseburg, Oregon
April 17, 1953
6 33
Statement before Federal Power Commission, Hells Canyon.
July 7, 1953-July 8, 1953
6 34
National Electric Consumers Conference, Denver, Colorado
December 10, 1953
6 35
ADA Convention, Chicago
April 9, 1954
6 36
Electric Consumers Information Conference
May 10, 1954
6 37
FPC: Opening Statement, Washington, D.C.
May 10, 1954
6 38
Access Roads Molalla, Oregon
September 10, 1954
6 39
Public Access to Public Roads Molalla, Oregon
September 10, 1954
6 40
Related newspaper articles
September 10, 1954
6 41
International Brotherhood of Carpenters
October 26, 1954
6 42
Portland State College, Panel Discussion: Power Problems of Northwest
January 31, 1955
6 43
House Committee on Government Options; Public Works
May 10, 1955
7 1
Regional Planning Seminar. Ischia, Italy
June 1955
7 2
Regional Planning Seminar. Ischia, Italy, continued.
June 1955
7 3
House Committee on Government Options; Public Works
June 1955
7 3
Regional Planning Seminar. Ischia, Italy, continued.
May 10, 1955
7 4
National Hells Canyon Association, Portland, Oregon
November 12, 1955
7 5
American Institute of Architects, Oregon Chapter
November 14, 1955
7 6
Hydroelectric Commission of Oregon
January 20, 1956
7 7
Democratic Campaign Issues
September 18, 1956
7 8
1957: March 27 - Statement on H.B. 646 and H.B. 647. August 25 - Remarks at Multnomah County Picnic. November 7 - Keynote address of Senator Frank Church. November 15 - Statement before hearings on Army engineers review of the 308 report. November 23 - It was Guy Cordon, Mr. Davidson! 1958: January 21 - Statement before Oregon Water Resources Board. May 15 - Statement before Public Works Subcommittee of House Committee on Appropriations. May 21 - A Proposal to create a Columbia River Development Corporation. October 30 - Excerpts from remarks before Multnomah County Bar Association; and Remarks before a meeting at Friendly House. October [no date] - Porter-Spots for Holmes. October 31 - the Oregonian.
1957-1958
7 9
1959: March 6 - Senator John F. Kennedy. March 11 - Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. May 16 - Excerpt from report to Western States Democratic Conference. June 10 - Western States Democratic Conference. June 12 - National Hells Canyon Association, Timberline Lodge, Oregon. September 25 - The Dalles, Oregon. September 28 - Address, Democratic Central Committee, Cornelius, Oregon. 1960: February 5 - Western States Democratic Conference. May 2 - Untitled. June 24 - Democratic National Advisory Council’s Committee on Natural Resources. Pension Program. Hospitalization. Democratic Advance Platform Committee. Platform Hearing. Presented to Democratic Platform Committee. July 8 - Platform Committee of the 1960 Democratic Convention. September 8 - Advisory Committee on Natural Resources. November 17 - Jane Jefferson Club; On Channel 12 - KPTV.
1959-1960
7 10
1961: April 13 - Resources and Conservation Act of 1961. 1962: March 28 - Operation Know How, Portland, Oregon (with drafts). April 3 - Willamette Society July 3 - Annual Oregon State Central Committee. August 6 - House Committee on Natural Resources. 1963: March 23 - H.B. 1233. October 6 - Resignation from the State Central Committee, with handwritten copy and drafts. November 8 - Tribute to Davidson by Sylvia Nemer.
1961-1963
7 11
Statement before Senate Small Business Committee Subcommittee on Retailing, Distribution, and Marketing Practices.
January 18, 1968
7 12
Two speeches
Two undated, untitled speeches.
Undated

Series IX:  Government Projects, 1934-1950 1974-1975Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Tennessee Valley Authority
1934-1942 1944-1950
Box Folder
7 13
Contracts
1934-1936
7 14
Contracts
1937-1942
7 15
Contracts: Tennessee, folder #1
7 16
Contracts: Tennessee, folder #2
8 1
Democracy on the March
8 2
Agreement
Agreement between the TVA and Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph for joint use of poles.
8 3
General
1944-1950
8 4
Information
undated
U.S. Housing Authority
1938-1939
Box Folder
8 5
Personal Folder
Primarily regarding travel.
1938-1939
Bonneville Power Administration
1938-1946
Box Folder
8 6
Acquisition
8 7
Allocation of Costs
8 8
American Public Power Association
8 9
Anniversary, 25th and 30th
8 10
Annual Reports
8 11
Audit
8 12
Basic Acts and Orders
8 13
Bonneville Advisory Council
8 14
Bonneville Project
8 15
Bonneville Power Administration Sales Contract with Dow Chemical Company
8 16
Book Review (Israel Packel)
8 17
Construction Report
8 18
Coordinating Committees
8 19
Correspondence
1940-1942
8 20
Correspondence
1943-1944
8 21
Correspondence
1945-1946, undated
8 22
Excess Profit Taxes
Opinion by Kathryn Gehrels
8 23
Foster Creek
8 24
Goldschmidt, Arthur
8 25
Grand Coulee Cost Allocations
8 26
Greenleaf, Robert
8 27
Hart, Allen
8 28
Hatch Act
8 29
History of Public Works in U.S.
8 30
Housing - General USHA (U.S. Housing Authority)
8 31
Housing - Printed material
8 32
Housing (public power)
8 33
Idaho – Legislation
8 34
In the Matter of Engineers Public Service Company, et al.
8 35
In the Matter of New Co. and PP and L Co.
8 36
Interagency Relations
9 1
Legislative history - HR 2690 and HR 2693
9 2
Legislative history - S. 1516
9 3
Leavy, Charles W
9 4
National Emergency
9 5
Opinion #59, Docket #IT-5647
9 6
Oregon State Bar (Committee on Administrative Law)
9 7
PGE (Portland General Electric Co.)
9 8
Pamphlets
9 9
Postwar
9 10
Post-War Resources Institute
November 5, 1945-November 9, 1945
9 11
Power Contract
Standard Form
9 12
Power Policy
9 13
Power Trust Attack on BPA
9 14
Proposition 166
9 15
Public Power Program
9 16
Public Utility Districts
9 17
Puget (confidential)
9 18
Rates
9 19
REA (Rural Electrification Administration)
Form of contract.
9 20
REA
Forms, Rate Handbook, Engineering Data, etc.
9 21
REA
Handbooks
9 22
Regional Areas
1946
9 23
Speeches
9 24
Sussman, Gilbert
9 25
Tax Payment, In Lieu of
9 26
Travel
1945
9 27
Union County, Oregon
9 28
Wholesale Rate Schedules
9 29
Willard, Robert R.
9 30
Personal Reading File
3.0 notebooks
1940-1946
10 1
Official Reading File
4.0 notebooks
1940-1946
10 2
Opinions of the General Councel
13.0 notebooks
1938-1946
War Production Board
Box Folder
11 1
Confidential Reports
German Electrical Industries at End of WWII, #1
11 2
Confidential Reports
German Electrical Industries at End of WWII, #2
11 3
Curfew
11 4
Curfew, news clippings
11 5
History of WPB and Predecessor Agencies
11 6
Power Division
11 7
Southeastern Power Limitation Program, #1
11 8
Southeastern Power Limitation Program, #2
11 9
General
11 10
Executive Orders
1st War Powers Act, 2nd War Powers Act, Priorities Regulation No. 1
11 11
Utility Orders 1-9
Limitation Orders 31 and 41, M-293
11 12
Limitation Order 16
11 13
Limitation Order 31
11 14
Limitation Order 46
11 15
Limitation Order 94
12 1
Limitation Order 174
U.S. Department of the Interior
Box Folder
12 2
Appointments of Chapman and Davidson
12 3
Secretary Chapman, Oscar
12 4
Correspondence
Resignation as Assistant Secretary of the Interior
12 5
Correspondence
General
Defense Power Program
Box Folder
12 6
Idaho
12 7
Montana
12 8
Oregon
12 9
Washington
12 10
Miscellaneous
Department of Interior
Box Folder
12 11
Regionalization
12 12
Regional maps
12 13
Reports
12 14
Reorganization
12 15
Organizational Charts
Box Folder
12 16
Freed, Edgar
12 17
Greenleaf, Robert, appointment of
12 18
Guam and Rota
12 19
Helium
12 20
Loyalty Board
12 21
Mineral Leasing
12 22
Bureau of Mines
12 23
National Production Authority
12 24
National Security Resources Board
12 25
O and C Lands
12 26
Oil and Gas Leases, policies
Pacific Northwest Coordination Committee
Box Folder
12 27
Meetings and Immediate Program Report
12 28
Regionalization Report blue book
Box Folder
12 29
Pacific Northwest Co-Operator
Pacific Northwest Field Committee
Box Folder
12 30
Minutes from 47th meeting
12 31
Columbian Basin Development
12 32
Deschutes River
Box Folder
12 33
Pacific Northwest Regional Development Organization
12 34
Parrish, Philip H., editor, Oregonian
12 35
Petroleum Administration for Defense
Phosphates
Box Folder
12 36
General Meetings, Hearings
12 37
Related Materials
Box Folder
12 38
Political Expenditures
Power
1948-1950
Box Folder
13 1
1950
13 2
Comparative Costs
BPA vs. others
13 3
Cowlitz River
13 4
General
13 5
Hells Canyon
13 6
Hells Canyon Newspaper Articles
13 7
Miscellaneous
13 8
Oregonian Clippings
13 9
Roanoke rapids
13 10
Rogue River
13 11
Rogue River:
1948-1949
13 12
Rogue River:
January 1950-February 8, 1950
13 13
Rogue River Basin Irrigation Assn.
13 14
Rogue River: Newspaper Articles
13 15
Southeastern Shortage
Box Folder
13 16
Power Program Report
13 17
Public buildings
13 18
Puerto Rico
13 19
Rural Electrification Administration (REA)
13 20
Ryukyus #1
13 21
Ryukyus #2
13 22
Samoa
13 23
Spingarn, Stephen J.
13 24
Steel
13 25
Stoll, Norman
13 26
Miscellaneous notes, receipts
Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission (OeCC)
Box Folder
14 1
Adult Continuing Education
14 2
Advisory Committee #1
14 3
Advisory Committee #2
14 4
Audit Reports
14 5
Basic Skills
14 6
Bassist instructions
14 7
Board of Education
14 8
Board of Education, Docket of business #1
14 9
Board of Education, Docket of business #2
14 10
Budgets and Reviews #1
14 11
Budgets and Reviews #2
14 12
Budgets and Reviews #3
14 13
Budgets and Reviews #4
14 14
Budget assessment
14 15
Cable TV
14 16
Chancellor's Office
14 17
Commission Procedures
14 18
Community Colleges, general
14 19
Community Colleges, Lane Community College, Downtown Relocation; Linn-Benton Community College
14 20
Community College programs #1
14 21
Community College programs #2
14 22
Community College capital construction costs
14 23
Community Colleges, Foundation for Oregon Research and Education (FORE) and Oregon Community College Assembly (OCCA) publications.
14 24
Correspondence, general
14 25
Early Childhood Education #1
14 26
Early Childhood Education #2
15 1
Educational television #1
15 2
Educational television #2
15 3
Executive Director: application for position with resume
15 4
Evaluation Reports
15 5
Federal funds
15 6
Fischer, Eugene
15 7
Foundation for Oregon Research and Education (FORE)
15 8
Genetics, human, PhD in
15 9
Governor's Office
Includes a letter from Davidson to Governor Straub, December 11, 1974, on the transition from Council to Commission.
15 10
Hansell, Stanford
15 11
Historical data file
15 12
Howard Report
Goals and organization for postsecondary education in Oregon
15 13
Intermediate Education Districts (I.E.D.s)
15 14
Johnson, Elizabeth
15 15
Joint Boards.
15 16
Legislation #1
15 17
Legislation #2
[Includes Davidson’s “Statement to the House Education Committee,: 2/7/75, on the changing role of the OECC.]
15 18
Legislative notebook
15 19
Maddron, Edith
15 20
McElroy, Don
15 21
Meeting agendas and summaries #1
15 22
Meeting agendas and summaries #2
15 23
Meetings
Material related to
15 24
Meyer, James A.
15 25
Minority education
15 26
Miscellaneous
15 27
Nursing program
15 28
Olsen, Terry
15 29
Personal notes
15 30
Policies and Goals
15 31
Portland Community College Southeast Center
15 32
Portland Student Housing
16 1
Post Secondary #1
16 2
Post Secondary #2
16 3
Press releases
16 4
Priorities
16 5
Program Review
16 6
Public Interest Groups
16 7
Publications from the Department of Education
16 8
Resignation
16 9
Resumes, Board members
16 10
Resumes, general
16 11
Rogue, Southern Oregon Community #1
16 12
Rogue, Southern Oregon Community #2
16 13
Root, Robert
16 14
Search Committee:
Selection of Executive Director
16 15
Southern Oregon Educational Forum
16 16
Standards and requirements
16 17
Statements AND speeches
16 18
Statutory material
16 19
Student aid
16 20
Teachers and related materials
16 21
Tigard Schools
16 22
Title I
16 23
Thompson, Ross B.
16 24
Travel
16 25
Tuition and fees
16 26
Vocational education
16 27
Work sessions and plans

Series X:  Law Firm, 1951-1956 1966-1973Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
17 1
Federal Bar Association
Portland Law Office, Davidson, Sharkey and Cummings
Box Folder
17 2
Agreements
17 3
Applications for employment #1
17 4
Applications for employment #2
17 5
Financial reports
1951-1956
17 6
Firm business
17 7
Memorandum
17 8
Tax information
Alaska Law Offices
Box Folder
17 9
Correspondence, Gordon E. Evans
17 10
Correspondence, Alan Engstrom
17 11
General
17 12
Statements
Washington, D.C. Law Offices
1966-1973
Box Folder
17 13
Bank Data
17 14
Billing
17 15
Correspondence
1966-1973
17 16
Correspondence, Don Cummings
1967
17 17
Correspondence, C. Girard Davidson
1967
17 18
Correspondence, James T. Sharkey
1967
17 19
Correspondence, Interoffice - Don Cummings
1968
17 20
Correspondence, Interoffice - James T. Sharkey
1967
17 21
Documents
17 22
Operations
17 23
Payroll
17 24
Settlements
17 25
Statements

Series XI:  Legal Cases, 1940-1946 1950-1976Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Colsolidated Edison
Report by C.G.D. on Con Ed
Box Folder
17 26
Final report
17 27
Original report
17 28
Corrected copy
17 29
Rough draft, typed
17 30
Rough draft, handwritten
Box Folder
17 31
Mailing list for Con Ed report by CGD
17 32
Reaction to Con Ed report
17 33
Statement of Mayor Lindsey on CGD report
17 34
Newspaper clippings and issue of New York Magazine, September 8, 1969, containing "Con Ed.: The Arrogance of Power"
17 35
Summaries of report
17 36
Correspondence
1966-January, 1968
17 37
Correspondence
February, 1968-1974
17 38
Correspondence, American Public Power Association
Research Material
Agreement between NYC and Con Ed on supplying electrical energy for the following files.
Box Folder
18 1
NYC Blackout Material
1965
18 2
Comparative data and related material
18 3
Cornwall Storm King plant
18 4
Cornwall project testimony by Leon Keyserling
18 5
Future power for NYC
18 6
Published information
18 7
Miscellaneous material
18 8
Murphy, W.J., proposed testimony
18 9
NYC study and related material
18 10
Nuclear power
18 11
Potter, Frank, report on Con Ed
18 12
Scenic Hudson
18 13
Scenic Hudson, vs. Con Ed
18 14
Scenic Hudson, reply on behalf of
18 15
Scenic Hudson, report on behalf of
18 16
Transit power plant, report ofr
18 17
Mayor's Committee
Harvey Machine Company
ca. 1950-1956
Box Folder
18 18
AIACA #1
(American Independent Aluminum Cooperative Association)
18 19
AIACA #2
18 20
AIACA, Co-OP general information
18 21
AIACA, Articles of incorporation
18 22
Alaska
18 23
Alaska, power
19 1
Alaska, preliminary permit
19 2
Applications for preliminary permit before the Federal Power Commission
19 3
Application for loan under Production Act
19 4
Billings
19 5
Caribbean
19 6
Contract with General Services Administration
19 7
Co-op of Harvey Machine Co.
19 8
Correspondence
1950-August, 1951
19 9
Correspondence
October, 1951-1956
19 10
Cyanamid
19 11
Daily diary
19 12
Davidson vs. Idaho Statesman
19 13
Harvey Aluminum of United States
19 14
Harvey Aluminum Co., Cyanamid
19 15
Harvey Aluminum Inc., duplicate minute book #1
19 16
Harvey Aluminum Inc., duplicate minute book #2
19 17
Harvey Aluminum, Co., Puerto Rico
19 18
Harvey Aluminum of U.S., Power Sales Contract
19 19
Harvey Aluminum Co., Stadelman
19 20
Harvey Machine Co., Inc.
1954
19 21
Kaiser #1 of 3
1954
19 22
Kaiser #2 of 3
1954
19 23
Kaiser #3 of 3
1954
19 24
Kalispell, general information
1954
19 25
Kalispell, correspondence
1951
19 26
Kalispell, correspondence
1952
19 27
Kalispell, specifications for aluminum plant
19 28
Memos
19 29
Miscellaneous
19 30
News stories
19 31
Power
19 32
Power contract between BPA and Harvey
19 33
Press releases
19 34
Publications and information
19 35
Puget Sound
20 1
Reduction Plant
20 2
River, Inc.
20 3
Riverbank
20 4
Riverbank, engineering study at
20 5
Senate investigation
20 6
Sketches
20 7
Statements
20 8
Stadelman
20 9
War contracts
letters of congratulations
Hells Canyon
1940-1946 1953-1963
Correspondence
January 1953-1963
Box Folder
20 10
January 1953-August 1953
20 11
September 1953-December 1953
20 12
January 1954-April 1954
20 13
May 1954-December 1954
20 14
1955
20 15
1956
20 16
1957-1963
Box Folder
20 17
Applications and subsequent exhibits #1
20 18
Applications and subsequent exhibits #2
20 19
Billings and expenses
20 20
BPA Marketing Order
see also Interior Order No. 2753
20 21
Brownlee Bridge
20 22
Bureau of Reclamation (Columbia Basin)
20 23
Columbia River Development Corp.
20 24
Confidential file
1940-1946
20 25
Contributions
1955
20 26
Cougar Dam
20 27
Court of Appeals
Defense Power Development in the Pacific Northwest
1951
Box Folder
21 1
Rough notes on
21 2
Final report to Secretary of the Interior Chapman
"An Accelerated Power Program for the Pacific Northwest to Meet Defense Production Requirements"
February 12, 1951
Box Folder
21 3
Duplicate minute book (NHCA)
21 4
Economic data
Federal Power Commission
1953-1954
Box Folder
21 5
Documents submitted to #1
21 6
Documents submitted to #2
21 7
Litigation prior to
July 7, 1953
21 8
Litigation Hearing Record after
July 7, 1953 1953
21 9
Litigation hearing Record after
July 7, 1953 1954
Box Folder
21 10
Interior Order No. 2753
(see also BPA Marketing Order)
21 11
IPC (Idaho Power Company) short term financing
21 12
IPC testimony, government witnesses #1
21 13
IPC testimony, government witnesses #2
21 14
IPC testimony, government witnesses #3
21 15
IPC testimony, witnesses #1
21 16
IPC testimony, witnesses #2
21 17
IPC testimony, witnesses #3
21 18
IPC testimony, witnesses #4
21 19
IPC testimony of witnesses
C.G.D.'s personal notes
21 20
Kaiser, Inge
21 21
Langer Committee Hearings
22 1
Legal research
1953
22 2
Legal research
1954
22 3
Legislation, materials relating to
22 4
Litigation, Intervener's brief
22 5
Litigation
January, 1955-February, 1955
22 6
Litigation
March, 1955-August, 1955
22 7
Litigation
September, 1955-December, 1955
22 8
Litigation
1956
22 9
Maps and charts
22 10
Miscellaneous
22 11
Miscellaneous, personal notes
22 12
National Electric Consumers Conference
1953
22 13
National Hells Canyon Association (NHCA)
1957
22 14
NHCA
1958
22 15
NHCA
1959-1960
22 16
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #1 of 10
22 17
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #2 of 10
22 18
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #2 of 10
23 1
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook, continued #4 of 10
23 2
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #5 of 10
23 3
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #6 of 10
23 4
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #7 of 10
23 5
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #8 of 10
23 6
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #9 of 10
23 7
Newspaper clippings from scrapbook #10 of 10
23 8
Operations
1954
23 9
Operations
1955
23 10
Oregon Hydroelectric Commission
23 11
PNW Power Company
23 12
Power facilities, others
23 13
Power permit, application for
23 14
Power policy, Arthur Maass
23 15
Power program meetings, minutes
23 16
Public activities
1953
23 17
Public activities
1954
23 18
Publications and pamphlets
23 19
Public Power News
23 20
PUD and NHCA vs. FPC
23 21
Reports and studies
background material
23 22
Reports and statistics
and other non-legal data
1953
24 1
Reports, FPC literature
Other power areas, etc.
24 2
Mid-Snake River development
24 3
Statements before the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors #1
24 4
Statements before the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors #2
24 5
Statements before the Oregon Water Resources Board #1
24 5
Statements before the Oregon Water Resources Board #1
24 6
Statements before the Oregon Water Resources Board #2
24 7
Supreme Court legal documents
24 8
"308" Review Report
1957
Monroe Sweetland
1953-1963
Milwaukee Review
1953-1956 1957-1963 1962
Box Folder
24 9
Correspondence
1953-1956
24 10
Correspondence
1957-1963
24 11
Executed Documents
24 12
Sale
1962
Box Folder
24 13
Milwaukee Publishers and Printers, Inc.
24 14
Correspondence about other legal matters
24 15
Secretary of State Committee
1960
24 16
Indonesia, trip to, facilitated by Sweetland
24 17
Newspaper clippings
U.S. Plywood-Champion Papers Inc.
Box Folder
24 18
Annual reports #1
24 19
Annual reports #2
24 20
Other official publications
24 21
Air pollution, Greater Juneau Boroughs
24 22
Alaska Conservation Society
24 23
Alaska Legislature, Senate
24 24
Alaska Lumber and Pulp Co.
24 25
Alaska mill, timber costs
24 26
Alaska natives, employment, etc.
24 27
Alaska politics
24 28
Alaska qualification, business licenses, etc.
Alaska Science Conference (20th)
1964-1974
Box Folder
25 1
Material related to conference #1
25 2
Material related to conference #2
Box Folder
25 3
Alaska Service Investigation by Civil Aeronautics Board
25 4
Alaska State, interest in pulp facility
25 5
Alaskan Project, Board recommendations
25 6
Bendetsen, Karl ? Speeches and correspondence
1969-1970
25 7
Blueprints and maps
25 8
Brown and Root
25 9
Canadian Project (Weldwood of Canada, Ltd.)
25 10
Conservation Associates, George Collins
25 11
Correspondence
1965-1968
25 12
Correspondence
1969-1974
25 13
Correspondence, Forest Service
1965-1973
25 14
Correspondence, Inter Office
1967-1970
25 15
Correspondence, Outside
1964-1970
25 16
Correspondence, Portal Forest Ind. ? T. Morgan
1965-1968
25 17
Documents-Presidential
Ecology
Box Folder
25 18
Dr. Stanley A. Cain
25 19
Dr. Ian McTagart Cowan
25 20
Donald W. Hood
25 21
Dr. Starker Leopold
25 22
Leopold report
25 23
Dr. Kenneth Rae
25 24
Dr. R. VanCleve
25 25
Dr. Donald J. Zinn
Box Folder
25 26
Ecology team, publicity
25 27
Ecology team, Federal-State Contract Commission
25 28
Ecology team, meeting
June 16, 1970-June 18, 1970
25 29
Ecology team, Letters to
25 30
Environmental Quality Act, Legislative history
25 31
Environmental Quality
James Quigley, Operation MORE
25 32
Environmental publicity
25 33
Equipment reports
25 34
Fish and Game Conservation Committee
26 1
Forest management
26 2
Georgia-Pacific option
26 3
Housing Residential zoning
26 4
Japanese, Correspondence with
26 5
Japanese negotiations
Kanzaki
Box Folder
26 6
Correspondence
26 7
Bank guarantee
26 8
Contract drafts #1 of 4
26 9
Contract drafts #2 of 4
26 10
Contract drafts #3 of 4
26 11
Contract drafts #4 of 4
Box Folder
26 12
Kanza-Oji, Statement of understanding
26 13
Katlian Bay option
26 14
Kent, R.W.
26 15
Kent, R.W., Wilderness study area briefing
26 16
Kline, Robert
26 17
Labor
26 18
Log salvage
26 19
Logging
26 20
Lumber specifications
26 21
Lumber specifications, drafts
26 22
Meetings
23 23
Meetings, drafts of
26 24
Mill (pulp and paper) financing
26 25
Mill, Floating pulp
26 26
Native claims, Sealaska
26 27
Native land claims #1
26 28
Native land claims #2
26 29
Newspaper clippings
26 30
Oji Paper Co., Ltd., correspondence
26 31
Organization (of U.S. Plywood-Champion)
26 32
Permits
Permits
Box Folder
27 1
Army #1
27 2
Army #2
27 3
Dept. of the Interior, Objections
27 4
Forest Service
27 5
State
Box Folder
27 6
Permit opinions
27 7
Portal Forest Industries, Inc.
27 8
Press Conference
August 11, 1969
27 9
Press releases
27 10
Public affairs
27 11
Publications, other companies
27 12
Roads, Berners Bay - Katlian, etc.
27 13
Resolutions
27 14
Reports
27 15
Reports by C.G. Davidson
27 16
Reports, published
27 17
St. Regis studies
27 18
Sawmill
27 19
Schnabel Lumber Co.
27 20
Sealaska
27 21
Sealaska agreement, rough draft
27 22
Services offered
27 23
Services offered, Engineers
Site
Box Folder
27 24
Announcement
27 25
Berners Bay
27 26
Berners Bay-McMurchie
27 27
D. Lagozzino mining claim
27 28
General correspondence
27 29
Echo Cove
27 30
Sitka
Box Folder
27 31
Speeches
28 1
Tax certification
Tax Credit
Box Folder
28 2
Application
28 3
Alaska repeal, publicity
28 4
Juneau
28 5
Sitka
28 6
State
28 7
Taxes, Alaska - Boroughs, etc.
28 8
Timber sale contract, correspondence
1965-1975
U.S. Plywood Champion Papers Inc.-Sierra Club legal action
Box
28
General
Box Folder
28 9
Pre 1965 bidding
1965
28 10
Juneau unit timber sale
28 11
Public hearing in Juneau
July 14, 1970
28
Legal Documents
Box Folder
28 12
Affidavit of Warren Mathews
28 13
Briefs for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (Appellants)
28 14
Briefs for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (Appellees)
28 15
Comments on Leopold-Barrett Report
28 16
Court Orders
28 17
Deposition-Karl Bendetsen #1
28 18
Deposition-Karl Bendetsen #2
28 19
Deposition-Juneau (CGD notes)
June 13, 1974-June 19, 1974
28 20
Deposition-Juneau (CGD notes)
August 12, 1974-August 17, 1974
28 21
Deposition-Starker Leopold #1
28 22
Deposition-Starker Leopold #2
28 23
Deposition-San Francisco (CGD notes)
July 31, 1974-August 1, 1974
28 24
Deposition-Washington (CGD notes)
July 10, 1974-July 16, 1974
29 1
Documents submitted to the District Court, #1 of 6
1972-1976
29 2
Documents submitted to the District Court, #2 of 6
1972-1976
29 3
Documents submitted to the District Court, #3 of 6
1972-1976
29 4
Documents submitted to the District Court, #4 of 6
1972-1976
29 5
Documents submitted to the District Court, #5 of 6
1972-1976
29 6
Documents submitted to the District Court, #6 of 6
1972-1976
29 7
Documents submitted to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
29 8
Documents, miscellaneous
29 9
Bendetsen
29 10
Defendants #1
29 11
Defendants #2
29 12
Defendants #3
29 13
W.H. Johnson, nos. 1-75
29 14
Leopold, nos. 1-55
29 15
Leopold, nos. 56-87
29 16
List, 11-14-70
29 17
Olson, S.T. and Lloyd
29 18
Plaintiffs
30 1
Twiss, Twight, Greeley
30 2
Yates, Charles and Merriam, Harry
30 3
Interrogatories, requests and responses by Alaska and Champion
30 4
Interrogatories, requests and responses by Sierra Club
30 5
Interrogatories, requests and responses by U.S. Government
30 6
Pleadings
30 7
Proceedings, rough notes on
30 8
Rules
30 9
Settlement proposal
30 10
Testimony
30 11
Transcript of proceedings by reporter
30 12
Sierra Club appeal
30 13
Sierra Club appeal, dismissal of
Correspondence
Box Folder
30 14
1960-1969
30 15
1970
30 16
1971-1972
30 17
1973
30 18
1974
30 19
1975
30 20
1976-undated
30 21
U.S. Government Memoranda
30 22
Misc. personal notes
Documents Assembled for Case
Box Folder
30 23
Draft Environmental Statement: Tongass National Forest Land Use Plan
30 24
Effects of Logging on Dolly Varden
31 1
Leopold-Barrett report to USP-CP#1
31 2
Leopold-Barrett report to USP-CP#2
31 3
Multiple Use Plan for Admiralty Island
31 4
Preliminary Report on Utilization of Timber Resources in the Vicinity of Stewart, B.C.
31 5
Site evaluation for the Berners Bay Pulp Mill
31 6
Soils and Hydrologic Management Report for the Mitchell, Hood and Chalk Bay Watershed, Admiralty Island
31 7
Study of Land Use Activities and Their Relationship to the Sport Fish Resources in Alaska
31 8
Summary of Observations of Streams on Admiralty Island with Preliminary Evaluation of Proposed Logging
31 9
Water and Air Emission Control Facilities for Proposed Echo Cove Mill
31 10
Wildlife studies and reports on Tongass National Forest/Admiralty Island area
31 11
North Tongass Wildlife Management Plan
31 12
Yakutut Working Circle, Forest statistics for
31 13
Yakutut Working Circle, Amendments two and three
31 14
Related materials, articles and publications
31 15
Fact sheets and information on Tongass National Forest and Admiralty Island
31 16
Meeting Future Needs for Softwood Lumber and Plywood, Forest Service report
31 17
Related legal suits
31 18
Maps, Juneau Unit Timber Sale #1
31 19
Maps, Juneau Unit Timber Sale #2
31 20
Newspaper clippings
31 21
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous Legal Cases
ca.1953-1968
Box Folder
32 1
Alabama Flake Graphite
32 2
Alaska Airlines
32 3
Artz, New West Association
32 4
Artz, Weightman
32 5
Black Warrior Mining Company #1
32 6
Black Warrior Mining Company #1
32 7
Burnt River Lumber Company
32 8
Central Hardboard TA-9613 #1 of 2
32 9
Central Hardboard TA-9613 #2 of 2
32 10
Central Hardboard, correspondence
32 11
Charybdis, Inc.
32 12
Columbia Timber Project
32 13
Consumers Protective Association
32 14
Continental Aviation Leasing, correspondence
32 15
Davidson, Clayton
32 16
Davidson vs. City of Portland, et. al.
32 17
Donnell, Milburn
32 18
Eaton, Cyrus
32 19
Eastern Metal Products
32 20
Ellingson lumber Company
32 21
Fisher, Harry, Enz-A-Bac
32 22
Fort Hall Mine, McMahan, James W.
32 23
Frazier, I. and Company
32 24
Funkhouser Estate
32 25
Funkhouser, Frank, Long vs. Godfrey
32 26
Funkhouser, Frank, Long vs. Godfrey (litigation)
32 27
Funkhouser, Frank, Pehrson vs. C.B. Lauch Construction Co.
32 28
Gas and Oil, Ocean City Oil Fields
32 29
Gas and Oil Development Co.
32 30
Gas and Oil Development Co., Litigation File
32 31
Glaser, S.J.
33 1
Goldberg, Herman
33 2
Grinstein, Alexander, Normal Oil Lease
33 3
Grinstein, Alexander, Western Resources
1953-1954
33 4
Grinstein, Alexander, Western Resources
1955
33 5
Gould, Anne
33 6
Hanak, Norman W.
33 7
Ice Harbor Farms, Thomas E. Nance
33 8
Indian Housing
33 9
Iwamoto, Sam, Northwest Judo Yudanshakai
33 10
Iwamoto, Sam
Son's accident case.
33 11
Jones, Reginald T.
33 12
Jones, Reginald T. immigration litigation
33 13
Josephs, Inc.
33 14
Lewis, Elman
33 15
Log export, correspondence
33 16
Log export, newspaper clippings
33 17
Log export, statements
33 18
Log export, testimony
January 18, 1968
33 19
Lord, P.S., Mechanical Contractors
33 20
Lord vs. State Highway Commission
33 21
Maxant Button and Supply Company
33 22
Natural Gas
33 23
Natural Resources Law Section (ABA)
33 24
North Pacific Consultants
33 25
Northwest Judo Yudanshakai
See also Iwamoto, Sam.
33 26
Oil (Louisiana)
33 27
Operations, Fee letters and agreements
33 28
Pope and Talbot #1
33 29
Pope and Talbot #2
33 30
Port of Coos Bay
33 31
REA, Louisiana
33 32
Roseburg Lumber Company
33 33
Roseburg Lumber Company, correspondence
1953-1954
33 34
Schauffler, Bonka
33 35
Schauffler, Goodrich C.
33 36
Simplot
33 37
Sitka
33 38
Smith, Stephen M.
33 39
Tucker, Pat
33 40
Vahlsing, Inc.
33 41
Warren Painting Co., Inc.
Watts Construction Company
Box Folder
34 1
General #1 of 3
34 2
General #2 of 3
34 3
General #3 of 3
34 4
Voice of America
34 5
Voice of America, Claim
34 6
Voice of America, contract information
34 7
Voice of America, correspondence
1952
34 8
Voice of America, correspondence
1953-1954
34 9
Land

Series XII:  Political Activities, 1949-1979Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence
1949-1979
Box Folder
34 10
1949-1955
34 11
1956
34 12
1957
34 13
1958
34 14
1959
34 15
January 1960-June 1960
34 16
June 1960-December 1960
35 1
1961
35 2
1962-1963
35 3
1964-1979
35 4
Undated and fragments
35 5
Correspondence with County Chairmen
35
Davidson letters to County Chairmen
Correspondence and related materials arranged by correspondent
Box Folder
35 7
Amsden, Forest
35 8
Bailey, John
35 9
Bartlett, E.L.
35 10
Bessey, Roy
35 11
Bowles, Chester
35 12
Brown, Edmund G.
35 13
Browne, Jim
35 14
Burns, Keith
35 15
Butler, Paul
35 16
Church, Frank (for President) #1 of 2
35 17
Church, Frank (for President) #2 of 2
35 18
Finnegan, James A.
35 19
Gervais, Louis
35 20
Goldberg, Arthur
35 21
Grant, Virginia
35 22
Gravel, Camille F., Jr.
35 23
Green, Edith
35 24
Gruening, Ernest
35 25
Gruening, Ernest, campaign
35 26
Gruening, Ernest, newsletter
35 27
Hatfield, Mark
35 28
Holmes, Robert D.
36 1
Humphrey, Hubert H. #1 of 3
36 2
Humphrey, Hubert H. #2 of 3
36 3
Humphrey, Hubert H. #3 of 3
36 4
Johnson, Lyndon B.
36 5
Kaplan, J.M.
36 6
Kay, Wendell
36 7
Kefauver, Estes
36 8
Kelley, Mary
36 9
Kennedy, John F. #1 of 2
36 10
Kennedy, John F. #2 of 2
36 11
Lusk, Hall S.
36 12
McKay, Douglas
36 13
McGovern, George
36 14
Meyer, Robert B.
36 15
Morgan, Howard
36 16
Morse, Wayne #1
36 17
Morse, Wayne #2
36 18
Morse, Wayne #3
36 19
Morse-Neuberger feud
36 20
Muskie, Edmund S.
36 21
Neuberger, Maurine
36 22
Neuberger, Richard L. #1
36 23
Neuberger, Richard L. #2
36 24
Neuberger, Richard L. #3
36 25
Neuberger, Richard L. #4
36 26
Nichols, William
36 27
Nixon, Richard M.
36 28
Oregon Democrat Publishing Co.
36 29
Porter, Charles O. #1
36 30
Porter, Charles O. #2
36 31
Porter, Charles O. #3
36 32
Schrunk, Terry
36 33
Solomon, Gus
37 1
Springarn, Stephen J.
37 2
Stevenson, Adlai
37 3
Stevenson, Adlai, news clippings
37 4
Straub, Robert L.
37 5
Symington, Stuart
37 6
Thorton, Robert Y.
37 7
Truman, Harry S.
37 8
Ullman, Al
37 9
Unander, Sig
37 10
Whipple, Blaine
37 11
Wilkins, Caroline
37 12
Williams, G. Mennen
37 13
Zuchert, Eugene M.
Subject Files
1952-1978
Box Folder
37 14
Alaska
37 15
Alaska Chamber of Commerce
37 16
Alaska State Democratic Convention, Sitka Alaska
April 7, 1968
37 17
Americans for Democratic Action
37 18
Central Committee business
37 19
Civil liberties
37 20
Communism
37 21
Data on counties: registration chairmen
Davidson, C. Girard
1956-1978
Box Folder
37 22
Campaign Ads for delegate to the Democratic National Convention
1972
37 23
Charges brought by Pat Dooley
1956
37 24
Contributions
37 25
Convention Delegate
1972
37 26
Expenses - Financial report
37 27
National committeeman
1960
37 28
Davidson-Neuberger patronage
37 29
Political donations
1978
37 30
State trips
1959
Box Folder
37 31
Davidson, Sylvia N., Delegate 1972 Democratic Convention
1972
37 32
Democratic Advisory Council #1
37 33
Democratic Advisory Council #2
37 34
Democratic Digest
Democratic National Committee
1956-1961
Box Folder
37 35
General
37 36
Brochures
1956
37 37
Committees, lists, etc.
37 38
C. Girard Davidson resignation
37 39
Executive committee
37 40
Operations, lists
37 41
Meetings, San Francisco
February 15, 1957
37 42
Meeting, San Francisco
September 16, 1957-September 20, 1957
38 1
Meeting, Washington, D.C.
December 6, 1958
38 2
Meeting, Washington, D.C.
February, 1959
38 3
Meeting, Washington, D.C.
September 16, 1959-September 17, 1959
38 4
Meeting, Washington, D.C.
January 22, 1960
38 5
Meeting, Washington, D.C.
January 21, 1961
Democratic National Committee of Oregon
1960-1961
Box Folder
38 6
Financial reports
38 7
Fund raising
38 8
Oregon fundraising dinner
1961
38
Organization
Folder
38 10
Democratic National Committeemen for Oregon
1960
Democratic National Convention
1960
Box Folder
38 11
General
1960
38 12
Capital budget
1960
38 13
Dinner
July 10, 1960
38 14
Housing, delegates, alternates, others
1960
38 15
Information bulletins
1960
38 16
Materials #1
38 17
Materials #2
1960
38 18
National Committee Meeting
July 9, 1960 July 16, 1960
38 19
Notes, C. Girard Davidson
38 20
Oregon information
1960
38 21
Platform
38 22
Requests, tickets, pages, ushers, press
38 23
Split votes
Box Folder
38 24
Democratic National Convention
see also Politics - Democratic National Convention
1968
38 25
Democratic National Convention
1972
38 26
Democratic National Convention supporters
1972
38 27
Democratic News, Multnomah County
1957
38 28
Democratic Party lists
38 29
Democratic Party of Oregon
38 30
Democratic Programs for Action
1960
38 31
Democratic Roundtable of Portland
39 1
Democratic Site Selection Committee
39 2
Democratic Site Committee
January, 1959-June, 1959
39 3
Dinner programs
39 4
Disarmament
39 5
Dollars for Democrats
39 6
Dollars for Democrats, Oregon's quota
1959
39 7
Economics
39 8
Education
39 9
Elder citizens
39 10
Election returns
1958
39 11
Election statistics
39 12
Ethics in government
39 13
Evans-Novak political report
39 14
Executive Committee
official documents, minutes, etc.
39 15
Executive Committee, representation on
39 16
Facts for Democrats
39 17
Farm policy
39 18
Foreign policy
39 19
Foreign Policy Briefing Conference
1961
39 20
Fund raising
39 21
General
39 22
Government
39 23
Governor?s Reorganization Advisory Committee
39 24
H.R. 1159: Repeal Maritime Act 6% Differential
39 25
Hawaii
39 26
How to organize
39 27
Humphrey, Hubert
39 28
Immigration
39 29
Inaugural committee, correspondence
39 30
Inaugural committee, information bulletins
40 1
Inaugural committee, invitation list
40 2
Inaugural Program
January 20, 1961
40 3
Indian affairs
40 4
Industry
40 5
Jane-Jefferson Club
40 6
Jefferson-Jackson Dinner
1952
40 7
Labor laws
40 8
Labor problems
40 9
Lawyers for Johnson and Humphrey
40 10
Legal opinions ? political action
40 11
Letters to Editors and press releases
40 12
Materials, misc.
40 13
Members of the Democratic Advisory Council Announcement
40 14
Multnomah County politics
40 15
N.A.A.C.P., civil rights
40 16
National Committee Fact Sheets, Woman?s letter
40 17
National Committee, general
40 18
National Committee, correspondence
40 19
National Committee, elections, etc.
40 20
Negroes
Newspaper clippings
Box Folder
40 21
General
40 22
Humphrey, Hubert
40 23
Kennedy, John F.
40 24
Morse, Wayne
40 25
Stevenson, Adlai
40 26
Symington, Stuart
Box Folder
40 27
News releases
40 28
Notes, miscellaneous
40 29
Nuclear energy
40 30
Oregon democrats
40 31
Oregon State Democratic Convention
January 29, 1960 January 30, 1960
40 32
Pamphlets #1
40 33
Pamphlets #2
41 1
Party organization
41 2
Patronage, applications
41 3
Patronage, applications, review file
41 4
Patronage, working papers
41 5
Platform and development of issues
Politics
ca. 1952-1960
Box Folder
41 6
Billing
41 7
Campaign
1954
41 8
Campaign, Democratic National Committee
1956
41 9
Campaign
1958
41 10
Campaign, Kennedy-Johnson, correspondence
41 11
Campaign, Kennedy-Johnson, information
41 12
Campaign, Vice-Presidents
1960
41 13
Campaign
1962
41 14
Democratic National Committee
41 15
Democratic National Convention
1952
41 16
Democratic National Convention
1956
41 17
Morgan, Howard
41 18
Oregon #1 of 3
41 19
Oregon #2 of 3
41 20
Oregon #3 of 3
41 21
Presidential candidates
1952
41 22
Presidential train
1952
41 23
Stevenson rally, Eugene, Oregon
July 10, 1954
Box Folder
41 24
Portland Reporter
41 25
Postmaster appointments
41 26
Publicity and public relations
41 27
Puerto Rico
42 1
Recommendations, legislation
42 2
Recommendations, people-positions
42 3
Reports, Senator Gruening
1967-1968
42 4
Republicans
42 5
Republican brochures
42 6
Resolutions
42 7
S.239: Resources and Conservation Act of
1961
42 8
Soviet Union
42 9
Special groups
42 10
Statements and addresses
42 11
Telephone transcripts
42 12
Testimony
42 13
Truman, Harry S., inauguration
42 14
Waterhouse Poll
42 15
White House Regional Conference
November, 1961
42 16
Whitten, John, ad
42 17
Young Democrats
42 18
Miscellaneous notes
Western States Democratic Conference
1957-1966
Meeting files
1957-1960
Box Folder
42 19
San Francisco
September 20, 1957 September 21, 1957
42 20
Los Angeles
May 16,1958 May 17, 1958
42 21
Denver
May 15, 1959-May 17, 1959
42 22
Albuquerque
February 5, 1960 February 7, 1960
42 23
Los Angeles
May 13, 1960
Meeting files-Portland
June 10, 1961-June 12, 1961
Box Folder
42 24
Correspondence
42 25
Program
42 26
Resolution letter and replies
42 27
Reservations
42 28
Expenses
42 29
Hospitality baskets
42 30
Margaret Price ? operation support
42 31
Thank yous and regrets
42 32
Thank yous from delegates
Box Folder
42 33
White House Conference
November 20, 1961
42 34
Washington, D.C., correspondence
January 19, 1962
42 35
Washington, D.C., resolutions
January 19, 1962
42 36
Midwest conference
March 2, 1962-March 4, 1962
Seattle
August 1962
Box Folder
42 37
General
43 1
Pending
43 2
Pending invitations and replies
43 3
Program
Box Folder
43 4
Salt Lake City,
September 19, 1963-September 21, 1963
43 5
Glacier National Park
August 26, 1966-August 28, 1966
Correspondence
1959-1962
Box Folder
43 6
1959-1960
43 7
1961
43 8
1962
43 9
Miscellaneous (since Seattle meeting)
43 10
Copies of letters from Harry Lease
Subject files
1959-1962
Box Folder
43 11
Bank data
43 12
Bills, paid
43 13
Brown, Tom
43 14
Brown, Tom (finances)
43 15
Burke, Robert
43 16
Chaney, Neale V.
43 17
Christian Crusade
43 18
Citizenship Clearing House
43 19
Civil liberties, Mildred Larson
43 20
Committee invitations
43 21
Committee recommendations
43 22
The Democrat
43 23
Ferry, W.H.
43 24
Fisher, Helen, Vice Chairman
44 1
Foote, Ben
44 2
Foreign trade ? trade bill
44 3
Foreign trade ? Robert Oshiro, Helen Fischer
44 4
Gluck, Joseph
44 5
Graham, Jean
44 6
Graybill, Leo
44 7
Hanford reactor, letter and replies
44 8
Katz, Archie
44 9
Kent, Roger
44 10
Legg, Herb
44 11
Mailing lists
44 12
McNamara vs. Military
44 13
Miscellaneous
44 14
Nemer, Sylvia
44 15
News releases
44 16
Newspaper clippings
44 17
Newsletters
44 18
Operations
44 19
Operation support
44 20
Payroll, state and federal
44 21
The People?s Voice
44 22
Pictures
8 b/w photographs of a convention at Timberline Lodge, OR
44 23
Press
44 24
Publications, miscellaneous
44 25
Rawlings, Calvin W.
44 26
Richardson, William
44 27
Shipbuilding differential
44 28
Small Business Administration
44 29
Small business?Charles Graham
44 30
Small business?subcommittee on construction and contracts
44 31
Special assessment ($1,000 Quota)
44 32
State and local government?William A. Norris
44 33
Telstar
44 34
The Texas Observer
44 35
Young Democratic Clubs of America
Natural Resources
ca. 1959-1960
Box Folder
45 1
Correspondence, general
45 2
Advisory Council on Natural Resources of the Democratic National Committee, correspondence, #1
1960
45 3
Advisory Council on Natural Resources of the Democratic National Committee, correspondence, #2
1960
45
Natural Resources Committee of the Western States Democratic Conference
ca. 1959-1960
Box Folder
45 4
General #1
45 5
General #2
45 6
Alaska subcommittee
45 7
Conservation and recreation
45 8
Correspondence
1959
45 9
Correspondence
1960
45 10
Energy
45 11
Federal lands and forests
45 12
Minerals
45 13
Pollution control
45 14
Transportation
45 15
Washington group
45 16
Water resources
Subject Files
ca. 1960
Box Folder
45 17
Alaska materials
45 18
Alaska Power Hearings
45 19
American Bar Association
45 20
Bessey, Roy F.
45 21
Columbia River development
45 22
Conservation and recreation material
45 23
Davidson, C. Girard material
45 24
Davidson outlines Western Democrats natural resources platform
45 25
Federal lands and forests
46 1
Fish
46 2
Frying pan ? Arkansas Project
46 3
General
46 4
Information
46 5
Kennedy Campaign Conferences
all meetings except Portland
46 6
Kennedy Campaign Conferences-Portland meeting
October 6, 1960
46 7
Knowles Dam Project
46 8
Logan, Frances
46 9
Mailings
46 10
Minerals materials
46 11
Oregon
46 12
Pollution Control materials
46 13
Power
46 14
Reclamation
46 15
Resources and Conservation Bill (S.2549)
46 16
Resources for the future, Marvin Clawson and Irving K. Fox
46 17
Statements
46 18
Unemployment
47 1
Water
47 2
Water Resources Planning Act
47 3
Western States
47 4
Wildlife
47 5
Miscellaneous notes, drafts, and fragments
C. Girard Davidson, Campaign
1960
Box Folder
47 6
Correspondence
47 7
Al Flegel
47 8
Advertising ? radio and T.V.
47 9
Advertising, newspaper and magazine
47 10
Bills ? paid
47 11
Biographical data
47 12
Budget items
47 13
Campaign committee members
47 14
Campaign reports
47 15
Congratulations file
47 16
Dates and schedule
47 17
Election laws, polls, and statistics
47 18
Electors
47 19
Finances
47 20
Literature, cards
47 21
Literature, campaign posters
47 22
Literature, reprints
47 23
Literature, samples
47 24
Mailing lists-Clatsop County
47 25
Mailing lists-Jackson County
47 26
Mailing lists-Umatilla County
47 27
Mailing lists-Wasco County
47 28
Mailing lists-State-wide candidates
47 29
Mailing lists-Miscellaneous
47 30
News clippings
47 31
Precinct material distribution
47 32
Press releases
47 33
Publications ? editors
47 34
Smear file
47 35
Voters Pamphlet Statement
47 36
Miscellaneous notes, drafts, and fragments

Series XIII:  Business Interests, 1952-1979Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Alaska Pacific Lumber Company
1957-1978
Box Folder
48 1
Alaska, Directory of State Officials
48 2
Alaska, legislation
48 3
Alaska Lumberman?s Association
48 4
Alaska Steamship Company
48 5
Area Redevelopment Association, loan application
48 6
Banks, Bank of New York
48 7
Banks, First National Bank of Anchorage
48 8
Bank data
48 9
Bank loan (Economic Development Administration)
48 10
Barges
48 11
Bennett Veneer Factors
48 12
Bids
48 13
Chip agreement between Wrangell Lumber Co. and Murphy Logging Co.
48 14
Chipper
Closing
Box Folder
48 15
Correspondence
Box Folder
48 15
papers
48 15
Release of funds
48 16
SBA?EDA (Small Business Administration-Economic Development Administration) #1
48 17
SBA ? EDA (Small Business Administration-Economic Development Administration) #2
48 18
Tooze, Power, Kerr, Tooze
Box Folder
48 19
Cohoe Logging Company
48 20
Construction
48 21
Consultants, Harold D. Cavin
Correspondence
1957-1960 1961-1964
Box Folder
48 22
1957-1960
48 23
1961-1964
48 24
Interoffice
1958-1963
48 25
Interoffice
1963-1964
C. Girard Davidson
ca. 1963
Box Folder
48 26
General
48 27
Miscellaneous
48 28
Trip to Japan
1963
Box Folder
48 29
Depreciation table
48 30
East Asiatic Company Ltd.
49 1
Edger
49 2
Equipment ? inventory
49 3
Erickson, Clarence
49 4
Evans, Jim
Executed Documents
Box Folder
49 5
Alaska Wood Products, Inc. #1
49 6
Alaska Wood Products, Inc. #2
49 7
Barges
49 8
Bear, Stearns & Co.
49 9
Boats
49 10
Bovay Engineers, Inc.
49 11
Conifer Wood Products, Inc.
49 12
Construction
49 13
Correspondence
49 14
Deeds of trust
49 15
Files transferred to Alaska Wood Products, Inc.
49 16
$500,000 bank loan
49 17
$500,00 SBA loan
49 18
Insurance
49 19
Jemkap
49 20
Kirkeby-Natus #1
49 21
Kirkeby-Natus #2
49 22
Loans, Jemkap-Bear Stearns
49 23
Logging
49 24
Miscellaneous
49 25
Pacific Northern Timber Co.
49 26
Puget Sound Plywood Co.
49 27
Small Business Administration
49 28
Surplus property
49 29
Timbermen?s Engineering Co.
49 30
Transportation equipment rentals
49 31
Wolf Management Services
49 32
Wrangell Lumber Co.
49 33
Zia Corporation
Financial
1963 1965 1967-1975 1977-1978
Box Folder
49 34
General #1 of 3
49 35
General #2 of 3
49 36
General #3 of 3
49 37
Correspondence
49 38
Interim financing
1963
49 39
Balance sheets
1965
49 40
Price Waterhouse Report
March 31, 1967
49 41
Price Waterhouse Report
September 30, 1968
49 42
Financial reports
March 31, 1969
49 43
Financial reports 3/31/70
March 31, 1970
49 44
Financial reports 3/31/71
March 31, 1971
49 45
Financial reports
March 31, 1972
49 46
Financial reports
March 31, 1973
49 47
Financial information period ending
March 31, 1973
49 48
Report and financial statement
March 31, 1974
49 49
Balance Sheet
December 31, 1974
49 50
Report and financial statement, 3/31/75
March 31, 1975
49 51
Balance sheets
February 28, 1975-December 31, 1975
49 52
Balance sheets
July 31, 1977-December 31, 1977
49 53
Report and financial statement
1978
Box Folder
49 54
Goldy, Daniel L.
50 1
Holliday Log Company #1
50 2
Holliday Log Company #2
50 3
Grading ? Scaling
50 4
Housing
50 5
Incorporation
50 6
Insurance, Blue Cross
50 7
International Industries, Inc. #1
50 8
International Industries, Inc. #2
50 9
International Industries, Los Angeles
50 10
Japanese market
Kirkeby-Natus Corporation
1963-1964
Box Folder
50 11
Correspondence, 1963
1963
50 12
Correspondence, 1964
1964
50 13
Transmittal of correspondence
Box Folder
50 14
Labor costs, 2nd shift
50 15
Landing ship medium
50 16
Letter agreement
December 23, 1958
50 17
Log export
50 18
Logging
1959-1963
50 19
Logging Hillis Logging Company
50 20
Logging, Ray Olson
50 21
Loves Restaurant ? Pizza House
50 22
M-V Logging Company
50 23
Duplicate minute book
50 24
Miscellaneous
50 25
Newspaper clippings #1
50 26
Newspaper clippings #2
51 1
Oregon population and business trends
51 2
Pacific Logging Congress
1969
51 3
Payroll records
51 4
Payroll and tax reports
51 5
Personnel, correspondence
51 6
Personnel, insurance claims
51 7
Plans and blueprints
51 8
Polumbus Corporation investment
51 9
Precision Wood Products, Inc.
51 10
The Premier Line
51 11
Project II
Bills for services paid from special account.
Project III
Box Folder
51 12
General
51 13
Promotion
51 14
McDonalds
51 15
McDonalds, letter of opinion
51 16
Post office
51 17
Wild Life museum
Box Folder
51 18
Prospective new business
51 19
Prospective operators
51 20
Ranches
SBA-Small Business Administration
1958-1973
Box Folder
51 21
Correspondence
1958-1965
51 22
Correspondence
1966-1973
51 23
Refinancing
SEC-Security and Exchange Commission
1958-1973
Box Folder
51 24
Blue Sky, etc.
51 25
Registration
51 26
Registration-preliminary data
51 27
Registration statement
Box Folder
51 28
Sawmill, preliminary cost and operating data
51 29
Sawmill III scheme revised
51 30
Smith, Harry
51 31
South Fork Lumber Co. #1
51 32
South Fork Lumber Co. #2
51 33
South Fork Lumber Co., appraisal report
51 34
Spaulding, John G.
52 1
Stearns and Company #1
52 2
Stearns and Company #1
52 3
Stock Construction Company
52 4
Stock transactions
1979
52 5
Student housing, Anchorage
52 6
Tacoma building
52 7
Templeton Lumber Company, Hall Templeton
52 8
Thomas, Richard
52 9
Thompson and Holmberg
52 10
Thompson and Holmberg, blueprints #1
52 11
Thompson and Holmberg, blueprints #2
52 12
Transportation
52 13
Transportation equipment rentals
Turnkey Housing
Box Folder
52 14
Developer's packet
52 15
Aspen and Cottonwood villages
52 16
Hemlock village
52 17
Kinnikinnick village
Box Folder
52 18
Union
52 19
Vancouver Logging Conference
52 20
Western Components, Inc.
52 21
Western Components, Inc.
52 22
Wolf Management Study, Part 1
52 23
Wolf Management Study, Part 2
52 24
Wyatt and Kipper
52 25
Yard work
Balsiger-Ritchie-Berg Construction Co.
52 26
Zarembo Logging Company (Tom Shipler)
52 27
Zia Corporation of New York, Johnson and Williams
52 28
General information
52 29
Miscellaneous personal notes
Falls Valley Development Company
ca. 1959-1961
Box Folder
53 1
General description
53 2
Apartments
53 3
Billing
1961
53 4
Corporate data
53 5
Correspondence
53 6
Duplicate minute book
53 7
Executed documents
53 8
Financial reports, Williams & Gaskill
53 9
Food King report
53 10
Housing developments
53 11
Mountain View Nursing Home
53 12
Operations
Shopping Center
ca. 1959-1961
Box Folder
53 13
Billing, 1959-1961
1959-1961
53 14
Corporate data
53 15
Duplicate Mintute Book
53 16
Financial statements
53 17
Food King
53 18
Operations
53 19
General description
53 20
Reports
53 21
Rexall Drug
Box Folder
53 22
Subdivision site plans and blueprints #1 of 4
53 23
Subdivision site plans and blueprints #2 of 4
53 24
Subdivision site plans and blueprints #3 of 4
53 25
Subdivision site plans and blueprints #4 of 4
Frontiers Construction Company
1953-1969
Box Folder
53 26
General Description
53 27
Application for conditional commitment #1
53 28
Application for conditional commitment #2
53 29
Bank data
53 30
Continental Home Assets Corporation
53 31
Corporate data
1959-1961
Correspondence
1953-1969
Box Folder
53 32
1953-1957
53 33
1958
53 34
1959-1968
53 35
Idaho Falls correspondence
1969
Box Folder
53 36
Executed documents
53 37
Executed documents, Idaho Falls
53 38
Executed documents, Mortgage Insurance Corp.
53 39
FHA – Idaho Falls, forms etc.
53 40
Financial
53 41
Financial, Williams & Gaskill
1958-1966
53 42
Financial Reports
1967-1968
53 43
Financial Statements-Anzalone & Witt, Reno
1963
54 1
General
54 2
Idaho Falls
54 3
Liquidation
54 4
Maps and site plans
54 5
Operations
54 6
Progress reports
54 7
Promissory notes
54 8
Sales report
54 9
Taxes
54 10
Turchi, A.J.
Virginia Lake-Reno
1962-1966
Box Folder
54 11
Correspondence
1962-1963
54 12
Correspondence
1964-1965
54 13
Correspondence
1966
54 14
Cash flow projections
54 15
Foreclosure, Laule-Becker
54 16
Laule-Becker legal papers
54 17
Maps and plans #1
54 18
Maps and plans #2
54 19
Property
Frontiers-Oregon, Ltd.
1955-1968
Box Folder
55 1
Alaska Telephone Company
55 2
Benton Engineering Co., Idaho Falls
55 3
Capital contributions
55 4
Correspondence
1955-1968
55 5
Dahl, Russell – Fergie’s Realty
55 6
Garfield estates
Idaho Falls
1956-1963
Box Folder
55 7
1956-1960
55 8
1961-1963
55 9
Land for sale
55 10
Proposal for Lease of Computer Building
55 11
Rent Subsidy
Box Folder
55 12
Insurance
55 13
Jemkap, investments in the western U.S.
Lakehill Land Co.
Box Folder
55 14
Bank data
55 15
Condominiums West, Inc.
55 16
Correspondence
55 17
Home Savings and Loan
55 18
Maps
55 19
Operations
55 20
Sale to Zell
55 21
Washoe County, Taxes
Box Folder
55 22
Lakeside Land
55 23
Long Island Nursery
55 24
McAbee, F.R.
55 25
McNary Townsite
55 26
Mobile homes
55 27
Operations
55 28
PNL – Jemkap
55 29
Pacific Northern Timber
55 30
Schenk Construction Company
55 31
Sears-Roebuck in Idaho Falls
55 32
Townhouse
55 33
Frontiers-Oregon, Ltd. Vs. O’Brien
55 34
Western Forest Products
55 35
Western Union
Georgia-Pacific Alaska
1952-1959
Box Folder
56 1
Annual reports
Correspondence
1952-1959
Box Folder
56 2
1952
56 3
1953
56 4
1954
56 5
1955
56 6
1956-1958
56 7
1959
Box Folder
56 8
Duplicate Minute Book
56 9
Export license
56 10
Legislative information
56 11
Louisiana-Mississippi
56 12
Maps
56 13
Overseas
56 14
Power
56 15
Publicity
56 16
Puerto Rico
56 17
Site acquisition through
1955
56 18
Site acquisition through
1956
56 19
Tax amortization
56 20
Timber sales contracts
56 21
Toledo
J.M. Kaplan
Box Folder
57 1
Ahmanson, Howard
57 2
Alaska Airlines
57 3
Alaska Air study by Aviation Financial Service
57 4
Arnold estate
57 5
Bullier & Bullier-Portland realtors
57 6
Commonwealth, Inc.
57 7
Correspondence
57 8
Davidson correspondence, 1963
1963
57 9
Dierks Building
57 10
Dominican Republic
57 11
Falk, Adrien
57 12
Florida property
57 13
Holly
57 14
Hyster Co. #1
57 15
Hyster Co. #2
57 16
Hyster Co., financial
57 17
Internal Revenue Service, petition
57 18
Jemkap
57 19
J.M. Kaplan Fund
57 20
J.M. Kaplan Fund, controversy
57 21
J.M. Kaplan Fund, exhibits
57 22
Middletown record
57 23
Minnesota & Ontario Paper Co.
57 24
Minnesota & Ontario Paper Co.
comparison, personal notes and applications
57 25
Minnesota & Ontario Paper Co., publications
57 26
Mt. Fir Lumber Company
57 27
Rhodes joint venture
57 28
SW Sugar & Molasses Co.
57 29
Surety Bond, Savings & Loan Association
57 30
William R. Swing, western representative for Jemkap
57 31
Virgin Islands
57 32
Virgin Islands trip
57 33
Welch Grape Juice Co., publications
Pacific Northern Lumber Company
Box Folder
58 1
Blueprints
58 2
Costs and progress
58 3
Office memos
58 4
Reller, George
58 5
Report on visit by R.I. Brown and A.C. Buckle
Pacific Northern Timber Company
1966-1972 1974
Box Folder
58 6
Correspondence
58 7
Crahane, Joe M.
58 8
Cutting reports
1966-1972
58 9
Cutting reports
1974
58 10
Declarations of intentions
58 11
Estimates of construction and equipment costs
58 12
Maps
58 13
Mt. Fir Lumber Co.
58 14
Publicity
58 15
Report on a proposed sawmill operation at Wrangell, Alaska
58 16
Report on the log supply potentials
58 17
Site development plans
58 18
South Fork Lumber Co.
58 19
South Fork and Herbert A. Templeton experience records
Portland Television, Inc.
1952-1957
Box Folder
59 1
Burke, Caroline
59 2
Correspondence
1952-1957
59 3
Duplicate Minute Book
Includes Articles of Incorporation and By-laws
59 4
Equipment
59 5
Expenditures
59 6
FCC applications and related material
59 7
King Broadcasting
59 8
Miscellaneous
59 9
Personnel applications
59 10
Site procurement
Sheldon F. Sackett
Box Folder
59 11
All Enterprises
59 12
Biography
59 13
Central, Inc.
59 14
Coos Bay real estate
59 15
Coos Bay Times
59 16
Correspondence #1
59 17
Correspondence #2
59 18
Earl vs. Times
59 19
Honeyman property
59 20
“House of Lords” inquiry
59 21
KOOS (Coos Bay)
59 22
KRUL
59 23
KVAN (Vancouver, WA)
59 24
KVAN copyright
59 25
Lawsuits, business
59 26
Lawsuits, personal
59 27
Memorandum: “March Table”
59 28
Miscellaneous
59 29
Oly Press and East Bay Printing
59 30
Portsmouth, Virginia #1
59 31
Portsmouth newspapers
Reporter's transcript and memo submitted on behalf of Sackett.
59 32
Sackett vs. Sackett
59 33
Trust
59 34
V Inc., an Oregon corporation
60 1
Walton estate materials
60 2
Washington, D.C.
60 3
Western Union
World, Inc.
Box Folder
60 4
Building, purchase
60 5
Corporation data
60 6
General correspondence
60 7
Press installation
Schenk Construction Company
1955-1960
Box Folder
60 8
Alaska correspondence
1955-1960
California correspondence
Box Folder
60 9
1955-1956
60 10
1957-1958
60 11
1959
60 12
1960
Box Folder
60 13
California security bond
60 14
Detroit correspondence
Seversky-Electronatom
1963-1973
Box Folder
60 15
Agreements
60 16
Air pollution
60 17
Annual reports
60 18
Balance sheets
60 19
Correspondence
1963-1966
60 20
Correspondence
1967-1973
60 21
General
60 22
Hydro-Percipitrol
60 23
Insurance
60 24
Meetings
60 25
Miscellaneous
60 26
Organizational chart
60 27
Prospectus
60 28
Publications
60 29
Sade and Co.
60 30
Securities Exchange Commission (SEC)
60 31
SEC, correspondence
60 32
Seversky, Alexander de, biographical material
60 33
Stock
60 34
Stockholders, letters to
Townhouse, Inc.
1955-1965
Box Folder
61 1
Billings
61 2
Correspondence
1955-1956
61 3
Correspondence
1957-1965
61 4
Doyle, James E.
61 5
Evans Product Co., Inc.
61 6
Executed documents
61 7
General
61 8
Lord, R.H.
61 9
Maps
61 10
Materials, related
61 11
Operations
61 12
Parr, Dwight S.
61 13
Property acquisitions
61 14
Property acquisitions, Gunther
Western Forest Products, Inc.
1956-1977
Box Folder
61 15
Afognak spruce
61 16
Boise Cascade - Hawaii
61 17
Corporation data
61 18
Correspondence
1967-1978
61 19
Duplicate minute book
61 20
Fishing
61 21
Gray, W.L.
61 22
Housing - Hawaii
61 23
Korea
61 24
Logs
61 25
Masatuka Iwakami, re Golfomat
61 26
Pulp plant, Korea
61 27
Correspondence
1956-1970
61 28
Correspondence
1971-1977
Western Land Development Company
1958-1968
Box Folder
62 1
Arnold property
62 2
Carl A. Baker
62 3
Carl A. Baker, executed documents
62 4
Billings
62 5
Bullier & Bullier Reports
62 6
Corporate data
Correspondence
1958-1965
Box Folder
62 7
1958-1959
62 8
1960-1964
62 9
1965
Box Folder
62 10
Cornel, Howland, Hayes etc.
62 11
Executed documents
1958-1964
62 12
Executed documents
1965-1968
62 13
Insurance
62 14
Iverness property: Harold A. Wagner sale
62 15
Iverness property
1967
62 16
Jemkap
62 17
Maps
62 18
Materials
62 19
Operations
62 20
D.H. Overmyer Warehouse Co.
62 21
Publicity
62 22
Reports to New York
62 23
Tax returns, federal and Oregon
1968
62 24
Tax returns
1968
62 25
Turchi
62 26
United Medical Lab, R.S. Michel
62 27
Widing
Wrangell Development Company
1959-1964
Box Folder
62 28
Bank data
62 29
Correspondence
1959-1964
62 30
Federal Housing Authority (FHA)
62 31
FHA, commitments and inspections
62 32
General
62 33
Loxide Structures, Tacoma, Washington
62 34
Midwest Homes, Carlisle, Indiana
62 35
Plans and blueprints #1
62 36
Plans and blueprints #2
62 37
Trailers
62 38
Voting trust agreements
62 39
Western Homes, Portland, Oregon
Miscellaneous
Box Folder
63 1
Summaries of Davidson's business interests
63 2
AG Aviation
63 3
Banyan Reef Corporation, Hawaii
63 4
Banyan Reef Corporation, legal
63 5
El Dorado Hills, California
First James Internation Corp.
Box Folder
63 6
Corporate data
63 7
Correspondence
63 8
Duplicate minute book
Box Folder
63 9
Harvey Dome Geologic Report, Grand County, Utah
December, 1955
63 10
Kona Development, Hawaii
63 11
Lafayette Oil Refinery
63 12
Louisiana Profit Kit
63 13
Lynne Corporation - Camper
63 14
Montgomery Capital Companies #1 of 3
63 15
Montgomery Capital Companies #2 of 3
63 16
Montgomery Capital Companies #3 of 3
63 17
Murta Oil, correspondence
63 18
Murta Oil, leases
63 19
Myers, Helen L. and Robert C.
63 20
Neff, William E., Pacific Whiting Inc.
63 21
Pacific Television Company
Projects
Box Folder
63 22
Barnard & Burke of Oregon, Sauvies Island
63 23
Bennett and Bennett, Inc.
63 24
Indonesia
63 25
Irrigation
63 26
Isle of Culebra
63 27
Kellog Lake Property
63 28
Waikoloa
Box Folder
63 29
Proposed property investments
63 30
Radio, Rose City Broadcasting Co.
63 31
Sabre Construction Co.
63 32
Shiels, Larry Jr. - Home Equity Co.
63 33
Solem Machine Co.-Winkleman, Isadore and Meyer
64 1
Space Components Inc.-Oakes Diversified Industries
Spain
Box Folder
64 2
Berger, Jack
64 3
Cauchos de Levante, S.A.
64 4
Editorial Mangold, S.A.
64 5
Industrial Metalurgica Europea, S.A.
64 6
Melia Enterprises
Box Folder
64 7
West Pacific Airlines, Inc.
64 8
Western Resources-Oregon Ltd.
64 9
ZIA, corporate receipts and reports
64 10
ZIA, correspondence
64 11
ZIA, taxes

Series XIV:  Subject Files, 1953-1981Return to Top

Container(s): Box 64

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
64 12
Air Pollution, Air Pollution Control Association
64 13
Air Pollution, General information, clippings, etc.
64 14
Airline correspondence
1967-1974
Alaska
ca. 1962-1979
Box Folder
64 15
Alaska Bar Association Convention
Alaska National Bank
ca. 1962-1979
Box Folder
64 16
Articles of Association
64 17
Captain Cook Branch
64 18
Correspondence
1962 1969 1971
64 19
Correspondence
1972 1973 1979
64 20
Deadhorse, Prudhoe Bay
64 21
Fairbanks, new building
64 22
Forms
64 23
Fort Wainwright, application
64 24
Murkowski, Frank H.
64 25
Native loans
64 26
New Capital and Annual Meeting
64 27
Offering Circular, stock
64 28
Opening
February 23, 1973
64 29
Rent
64 30
Strategic growth
64 31
Travel expense
64 32
Valdez Branch, application
64 33
Valdez Branch, application
1964
64 34
Valdez Branch, application
1969
64 35
Valdez Branch, application #1
1973
64 36
Valdez Branch, application #2
1973
64 37
Valdez Branch, hearing
Box Folder
64 38
Alaska News Review
65 1
Alaska Power Administration
65 2
Alaska State Bank
65 3
Alaska State Bar Association, notices
65 4
Alaska State Housing Authority
65 5
Alaska State Housing Authority
1953
65 6
Alaska Trade Mission
September 3, 1975-September 9, 1975
65 7
An evaluation of Anchorage historic district
August, 1976
65 8
Anchor Homes Inc.-site plans
65 9
Anchor Park Inc.-site plans
65 10
Anchor Park inc.-information
65 11
Anchor Park inc.-information
65 12
Anchorage community development-gourmet food
65 13
Anchorage real estate projects
65 14
Anchorage Realty
65 15
Annual Report-Realty and Mortgage Investors of the Pacific
65 16
Bachner, Karl A.-Northwest
65 17
Behrends Bank
65 18
Bittner
65 19
Block, Ivan
65 20
Block, Ivan, CAPA-Copper River
65 21
Civil Aeronautics correspondence
65 22
Fairbanks Air Service Inc.-Corporate Data
65 23
Fairbanks Associated Developers-McLee Construction Co.
65 24
Fairbanks Community Research Quarterly
65 25
Fairbanks economic data
65 26
Fairbanks, economic development potential of
Fairbanks Medical Center
Box Folder
65 27
Appraisal of property
65 28
Design perspective
65 29
Property-economic analysis
65 30
Summary report #1
65 31
Summary report #2
65 32
Schable, Arthur J.
Box Folder
65 33
Fairbanks, proposed hotel
66 1
Frontiers-Eddie Bauer
66 2
Frontiers, Fred Meyer Saving and Loan Association #1
66 3
Frontiers, Fred Meyer Saving and Loan Association #2
66 4
Grantsman
Heckman, J.R. and Co.
Box Folder
66 5
Offer
1975
66 6
Appraisement
66 7
Price Waterhouse report on depreciation recapture
66 8
Proposed 140 room hotel in Ketchikan, Alaska
66 9
Quarterly financial reports
Box Folder
66 10
Hospital, Wrangell, Alaska
66 11
Industrial revenue bond financing
66 12
Information
66 13
Johnson Crooks Corporation, publicity
66 14
Johnson Crooks Corporation, Wrangell site purchase
66 15
Juneau Bar Association
66 16
Juneau, Borough of
66 17
Kadow, Ken
66 18
Kaplan, J.M. - Belshaw Bros. Inc.
66 19
Ketchikan development
66 20
Klawock Heenya Corporation
66 21
Matanuska Valley Bank
66 22
Miscellaneous
66 23
Newspaper clippings
66 24
Paul, William L., Sr.
66 25
Pipeline
66 26
Pipeline, Alyeska
66 27
Pipeline, hearings
66 28
Post earthquake
1964
66 29
Projects, Morgan, Tom
66 30
Prospective business
66 31
Reports, Senator Bartlett
66 32
Ward, Jerry
Box Folder
67 1
American Bar Association, Air Quality Committee
67 2
American Bar Association, Committee on Natural Resources etc.
67 2
American Bar Association, Convention-Honolulu
July 31, 1967-August 10, 1967
67 4
American Bar Association, Convention-Honolulu-material
July 31, 1967-August 10, 1967
67 5
Arab vs. Israel, propaganda etc.
67 6
Beck, R.W. and Associates
67 7
Conference at LBJ Library
February 12, 1981-February 13, 1981
67 8
Emergency controls
67 9
Hanford, Fred G., newspaper clippings
67 10
Immigration
67 11
Kelson, C.G., questioned document examiner
67 12
Keyserling, Leon H.
67 13
Mekong Basin Conference, the Asia Society #1
1973
67 14
Mekong Basin Conference, the Asia Society #2
1973
67 15
Mercury
67 16
National Park Service
67 17
National Planning Service
67 18
National Policy Commission on Natural Resources
1965
67 19
Olivetti Conference, "Man and the Modern City"
67 20
Oregon Business and Industrial Trade Commission
1967
67 21
Pacific Northwest Trade Association
67 22
Phillips, Thomas M.
"Environmentalists' Suits-Are They Standing or Falling?"
67 23
Press releases, Defense Procurement Agency (DPA)
67 24
Production Tools
67 25
Project Tanganyika
67 26
Proposed legislation
67 27
Sarena, Al #1
67 28
Sarena, Al #2
67 29
Steel
67 30
Truman Conference
May 3, 1970-May 5, 1979
67 31
Water Pollution Control Advisory Board

Series XV:  Personal Material, 1951-1956 1960-1969Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
68 1
Published articles by Davidson
68 2
Articles about Davidson
68 3
Calendars
68 4
Chevrolet dealership
68 5
Children's school
68 6
Congratulatory correspondence
68 7
Congratulations
68 8
Draft data
68 9
Financial
68 10
Greeting cards
Includes signed Christmas card w/photo of Senator JFK.
68 11
Insurance-Oldsmobile 1951
Invitations
1951/1956 1960-1969
Box Folder
68 12
1951
68 13
1952
68 14
1953
68 15
1954
68 16
1955
68 17
1956
68 18
1960-1969
Box Folder
68 19
"Louisiana Story"
68 20
Memberships, Committees, Organizations, etc.
68 21
Memberships, National Association of Retired Civil Employees
68 22
Memorabilia
68 23
Miscellaneous
68 24
Notes and drafts
68 25
The Oregon Journal
68 26
Personal correspondence
68 27
Pullman Company
68 28
Radio (E.H. Scott)
68 29
Residence, mechanical specifications
68 30
Southwestern University
68 31
Tulane Alumni
68 32
Tulane University #1
68 33
Tulane University #2
68 34
Urban League of Portland
Address Cards
The entire box contains annotated index cards from Davidson's business and political contacts. No folders.

Series XVI:  Audiotapes, ca. 1958-1959Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
70 1
Forum - "What is Ahead for Democratic Party"
Theme-After Eisenhower victory. Participants include Davidson and Senator Neuberger.
70 2
John F. Kennedy, "Youth Speaks", KORE, Eugene, OR
May 19, 1958
70 3
John F. Kennedy, News Conference, Eugene, OR
May 20, 1958
70 4
Hubert Humphrey, "Youth Speaks" program, KORE, Eugene, OR
April 26, 1959
70 5
Robert W. Holmes, with others
Includes Edith Green, Robert Y. Thornton, Ward Cook, Monroe Sweetland, Maurine Neuberger
70 6
Tax credit hearing, Juneau Borough

Series XVII:  FilmReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
70 7
"Raven Balloon"
16 mm, silent film

Series XVIII:  Photographs (PH172)Return to Top

3.0 linear feet
Davidson, Crowe Girard, 1910-
Description Dates
PH172_0000: [Images not yet listed for this collection.]
1.0 unknown
not yet assigned

XIX:  Accession 12.110.MReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box
71
Records relating to the Sierra Club's work on ultra-supercritical pulverized coal (USPC), including: reports (e.g. land use, effects on natural resources, etc.), publications and articles, maps, legal cases, and miscellany.
72
Records relating to the Sierra Club's work on ultra-supercritical pulverized coal (USPC), including: reports, legal cases, and Davidson's notes.
73
Records relating to the Sierra Club's work on ultra-supercritical pulverized coal (USPC), including: correspondence, reports, and legal cases.

XX:  Accession Up 819MReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
74
Subject files relating to the Northern Lights Exploration Company.
75
Subject files relating to property investments, loan records, insurance and stocks.
76
Subject files relating to geothermal energy topics, including files on Northwest Natural Gas, the Mount St. Helens eruption, and the City of Portland.
77
Subject files related to geothermal economic development, Alaska Pacific Lumber leases and projects, 13 coins bankruptcy.
78
Subjects files relating to the Alaska Pacific Lumber Company (APL), and the Anchorage Redevelopment Company.
1965-1974
79
Legal documents relating to land sales, Alaska Pacific Lumber lawsuit, sale of Groeschel Ranch.
80
Reports and legal documents relating to proposals to explore geothermal resources in Mount Baker, proposed land management plans for the Deschutes National Forest, and geothermal leasing near Mount Hood.
81
Reports to Congress regarding oil import and acid rain; geological exploration proposals and geothermal resources.
82
Subject files relating to Oregon politics, including files on Bob Packwood and other regional politicians, Michael Dukakis, banking policies and practices, and the World Affairs Council.
83
Subject files relating to Alaska Pacific Oregon, banking expenses, taxes, sale of John Daly Ranch; Frontier Associates.
84
Subject files relating to the Alaska Pacific Lumber Company, and various geothermal energy topics (e.g. leases, meetings, and reports). Also contains Geothermal Resources Council Bulletins, 1983-1985.
85
Subject files related to Denison Mines, investment records, property investment, leases and expenses.
86
Legal and financial documents relating to Alaska Pipeline and Frontiers Associates.
87
Legal documents relating to land sales and leases, Sierra Club lawsuit records, McLee Construction and Frontiers Associates records.
88
Legal documents relating to land sales and leases. Also includes subject files relating to people, organized alphabetically by last name, including: Vera Barnes, Scott Bruno, Ivor Catt, Jack Berger, Roy Bessey, Harold Black, Bill Blum, and Frank Church.
89
Subject files relating to Alaska Industrial Development, committees, correspondence, legal documents and native claims.
90
Subject files relating to natural resources companies and agencies, and alternative energy, including: Cascades Exploration Program, the Bureau of Land Management, Blue Lake Geothermal Company, and the Bonneville Power Administration.
91
Geothermal lease applications and articles by Davidson.
92
Subject files relating to Alaska Pacific Oregon Limited, Union Oil, Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB), and geothermal leasing in the Mount Hood National Forest.
93
Geothermal papers, reports, publications and proposals; lease applications and stipulations.
94
State maps of Oregon and Washington, clippings relating to various natural resource topics, publications, and reports, including geothermal company summaries.
1970-1979
95
Subject files relating to geothermal energy maps, legal questions and regulations, location files; Schenk Construction and McLee Construction documents.
96
Publications and reports, including those of the Oregon Alternate Energy Development Commission.
97
Subject files relating to the Fred Meyer store in Fairbanks, Alaska, and the Alaska Pacific Lumber Company.
98
Subject files relating to geothermal exploration and geothermal companies. Also contains published material, including maps and annual reports.
99
Subject files relating to the Fred Meyer store in Fairbanks, Alaska, and the Alaska Pacific Lumber Company. Also includes some aerial photography.
1978-1983
100
Subject files relating to Petro Star Corporation, financial records, stocks, minutes, fuel and property.
101
Subject files relating to Alaska Pacific Lumber, including stock purchases, forestry, board meetings; Fred Meyer final sale documents.
102
Subject files relating to Petro Star, an Alaska-owned refining and fuel marketing company, including: anti-trust litigation (Petro Star v. Mapco), Petro Star Board of Directors and by-laws, and minutes.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Business enterprises--Alaska
  • Business enterprises--Oregon
  • Conservation of natural resources
  • Construction industry--Northwest, Pacific
  • Electric utilities--Government ownership
  • Lawyers--Correspondence
  • Lumber trade
  • Oral history
  • Political campaigns
  • Rural electrification--Louisiana
  • Personal Names :
  • Bessey, Roy F. 1889-
  • Bowles, Chester, 1901-
  • Davidson, C. Girard (Crowe Girard), 1910---Archives
  • Davidson, Sylvia Nemer
  • Douglas, William O. (William Orville), 1898-
  • Green, Edith, 1910-1987
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978
  • Kaplan, J. M. (Jacob Merrill), 1892-
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • Morse, Wayne L. (Wayne Lyman), 1900-1974
  • Neuberger, Richard L. (Richard Lewis), 1912-1960
  • Porter, Charles Orlando, 1919-
  • Stevenson, Adlai E. (Adlai Ewing), 1900-1965
  • Sweetland, Monroe
  • Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
  • Corporate Names :
  • Democratic National Committee (U.S.)
  • Oregon Educational Coordinating Commission
  • Tennessee Valley Authority
  • United States. Bonneville Power Administration.
  • United States. War Production Board
  • Western States Democratic Conference
  • Geographical Names :
  • Hells Canyon Dam (Proposed)
  • Oregon--Politics and government
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Motion pictures
  • Photographic prints
  • Sound recordings