Sid Morrison Papers, 1980-1992  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Morrison, Sid
Title
Sid Morrison Papers
Dates
1980-1992 (inclusive)
Quantity
135 linear feet of shelf space., (184 boxes, plus oversize)
Collection Number
Cage 781 (collection)
Summary
The papers of Sid Morrison consist chiefly of his records as a member of Congress.
Repository
Washington State University Libraries, Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections.
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Terrell Library Suite 12
Pullman WA
99164-5610
Telephone: 509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu
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Historical NoteReturn to Top

Sid Morrison was born on May 13, 1933 in Yakima, Washington. He attended Toppenish High School, Yakima Valley College, and Washington State University, where he earned a bachelor's degree (B.S., Horticulture, 1954). He served in the U.S. Army (1954-1956). Following his military service, he became president of Morrison Fruit Company in Zillah, Washington (1956-1980).

Morrison's political career included both state and federal offices. He served as a member of the Washington State House of Representatives (1967-1974) and State Senate (1974-1981). Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1980, he represented the 4th District (Central and South Western Washington) for twelve years (1981-1992), in the 97th through 102nd Congresses. In Congress, his committee service included the Agricultural Committee; Science, Space and Technology Committee; and the Select Committee on Hunger. Morrison helped develop the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA) and contributed to several major transportation projects in Washington State, including State Route 504 access to the Mount St. Helens National Monument, and improvements to State Route 14 and U.S. 395 from Tri-Cities to Ritzville. Morrison further helped authorize and fund the construction of the Interstate 205 bridge, which opened in 1982 between Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon. He ran unsuccessfully for Washington State Governor in 1992, and in 1993 became Secretary of the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers of Sid Morrison consist chiefly of his records as a member of Congress. They include correspondence, government reports, press coverage items, materials related to political party participation, legislative files, subject files, papers concerning Congressional election campaigns, files related to his campaign for Washington State Governor (1992), audiovisual media, maps, and photographs. Some of the major topics covered are the Mount St. Helens National Monument, Cougar Lakes Wilderness, Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, spotted owl delisting (Endangered Species Act), and the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Other restrictions: this collection is open and available for research use, subject to conditions specified in the Deed of Gift. These are in effect for the life of the donor, plus five years. Researchers are required to agree in writing to these use restrictions as a condition of access:

1. The contents of this collection should not be used to defame or degrade any person or entity or to invade the privacy of any person.

2. The materials may not be used for partisan political purposes of any kind, including, but not limited to, political publications and advertisements.

Preferred Citation

[Item Description] Sid Morrison papers, 1980-1992

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1. Constituent correspondence, 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Subseries 1.1. Letters (incoming and outgoing), 1980-1992
Box Folder
1 1-18
Constituent Mail, 1980 October-1981 May
2 19-34
Constituent Mail, 1981 May-1981 September
3 35-51
Constituent Mail, 1981 September-1981 December
4 52-66
Constituent Mail, 1982 January-1982 March
5 67-81
Constituent Mail, 1982 March-1982 June
6 82-99
Constituent Mail, 1982 June-1982 October
7 100-115
Constituent Mail, 1982 October-1983 February
8 116-130
Constituent Mail, 1983 March-1983 May
9 131-144
Constituent Mail, 1983 May-1983 August
10 145-160
Constituent Mail, 1983 August-1984 January
11 161-178
Constituent Mail, 1984 February-1985 March
12 179-194
Constituent Mail, 1985 March-1985 August
13 195-209
Constituent Mail, 1985 September-1986 February
14 210-224
Constituent Mail, 1986 March-1986 August
15 225-241
Constituent Mail, 1986 August-1987 April
16 242-256
Constituent Mail, 1987 April-1987 August
17 257-270
Constituent Mail, 1987 August-1988 January
18 271-285
Constituent Mail, 1988 January-1988 June
19 286-301
Constituent Mail, 1988 July-1989 February
20 302-316
Constituent Mail, 1989 February-1989 May
21 317-330
Constituent Mail, 1989 May-1989 November
22 331-347
Constituent Mail, 1989 December-1990 June
23 348-362
Constituent Mail, 1990 July-1990 November
24 363-376
Constituent Mail, 1990 November-1991 April
25 377-393
Constituent Mail, 1991 April-1991 October
26 394-410
Constituent Mail, 1991 November-1992 April
27 411-423
Constituent Mail, 1992 April-1992 December
Subseries 1.2. Standard responses, 1980-1992
Box Folder
28 424-440
Constituent Mail-Standard Responses
29 441-457
Constituent Mail-Standard Responses
30 458-472
Constituent Mail-Standard Responses
31 473-477
Constituent Mail-Standard Responses

Series 2. Guest book, 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
31 478-481
Guestbooks

Series 3. Newspaper clippings, 1981-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
32 482-503
News Clips, 1981 January-1982 August
33 504-521
News Clips, 1982 September-1983 August
34 522-569
News Clips, 1983 September-1984 December
35 570-603
News Clips, 1984-1985
36 604-618
News Clips, 1986 January-1986 December
36 619
Washington to Washington
37 620-639
News Clips, 1987 January-1988 March
38 640-660
News Clips, 1988 April-1989 December
39 661-680
News Clips, 1990 January-1991 June
40 681-697
News Clips, 1991 July-1992 April
41 698-716
News Clips, 1992 April-1992 November

Series 4. Legislative files, 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Subseries 4.1. Bills, 1980-1992
Box Folder
42 717-730
Co-Sponsored Bills, 97th-99th Congresses
43 731-741
Co-Sponsored Bills, 99th-102nd Congresses
Subseries 4.2. Legislative profiles, 1980-1992
Box Folder
44 742-756
Legislative Profiles, 97th-102nd Congresses; Legislative Procedure Manual, 97th Congress
Subseries 4.3. Voting record, 1980-1992
Box Folder
44 757
Individual Voting Records, 97th-102nd Congresses
Subseries 4.4. Legislative briefs and reports, 1980-1992
Box Folder
45 758-774
Legislative Briefs, 97th-100th Congresses
46 775-790
Legislative Briefs, 99th-100th Congresses
47 791-808
Legislative Briefs, 101st-102nd Congresses, Legislative Reports 99th-100th Congresses
48 809-811
Legislative Briefs, 102nd Congress,
48 812-872
Agency Correspondence
49 873-887
Legislative Reports 100th Congress, Legislative Activity Guides, 99th-102nd Congresses

Series 5. Press files, circa 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
50 888-920
Press Files, Box A
51 921-938
Press Files, Box B
52 939-953
Press Files, Box C

Series 6. Schedules, 1981-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
53 954-967
Schedules, 1981-1984
54 968-983
Schedules, 1984-1992
55 984-986
Schedules, 1988-1992

Series 7. Voter surveys, 1987-1988Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
56 987
Report of Washington voter attitude survey, 1987 December; Report of Washington District 4 voter survey, 1988 June

Series 8. Miscellaneous office files (biographies, office policies, and presentation notes), circa 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
56 988-991
Sid Morrison biographies, office policies, and presentation notes

Series 9. Subject files, circa 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Subseries 9.1. Hanford, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
57 992-996
Fast Flux Test Facility
57 997
Fast Flux Test Facility Commercialization Bill
57 998
Fast Flux Test Facility and Nuclear Medicine
57 999
Hanford Reach
58 1000-1006
Hanford Reach
59 1007
Hanford Reach; Meeting with Senator Evans
59 1008
State Department of Natural Resources Proposal to Exchange Land North of Hanford Reach
59 1009
Energy and Water Appropriations, 1987
59 1010
Radiation Expo Act
59 1011
Hanford Thyroid Disease Study
59 1012
Dose Reconstruction
59 1013
Dose Language
59 1014
Hanford "Wish List" Projects
59 1015-1018
Miscellaneous
60 1019-1024
Miscellaneous
60 1025-1026
Privatization
60 1027
Privatization and Labor Support
60 1028
Privatization-Laundry
60 1029
Whistleblower Bricker
61 1030
Skaggs Bills
61 1031-1032
Environmental and Molecular Sciences Laboratory
61 1033
Waste Cleanup Privatization Bill, 1991
61 1034-1035
HWVP-TPA
61 1036
Watkins
61 1037
Global Warming
61 1038
Fusion
61 1039
SDI-SP100
61 1040
Apropos Letters, FY 1990
61 1041
SIS
61 1042
2010 Report
61 1043
Defense Authorization Amendments
61 1044
Sub Seabed Disposal
61 1045
SMES
61 1046
Spratt Weapons Complex Panel
61 1047
Sub-Scrapings
61 1048
FY 1990 Hanford Budget
62 1049-1050
Hanford Reach of the Columbia River
62 1051
Green Run
62 1052
Battelle
62 1053
Irradiation
62 1054
N Reactor
62 1055
FFTF-FMEE
62 1056
Waste Repository
62 1057
Defense Waste Cleanup
62 1058
Waste Cleanup-Eschels
62 1059-1060
WNP 1
63 1061
WNP 1 1991
63 1062
WNP 1 Option
63 1063
N Reactor and Tritium
63 1064
The Case for Full Pension Credit
63 1065-1067
Reactor Decommissioning
63 1068
Linear Accelerator
63 1070
Irradiation
63 1071
Low Level Nuclear Waste
64 1072
Budget and Program Overview
64 1073
Diversification, Miscellaneous, 1987-1988
64 1074
Weapons Burn Bill
64 1075
Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory
64 1076
BPA
64 1077
Benton County PILT
64 1078
SMES
64 1079
Retirees
64 1080
Correspondence
64 1081
Site Selection Panel
64 1082
Fusion
64 1083
FMEF Rescope
64 1084
Hanford Horses
64 1085
Department of Energy
Subseries 9.2. Mount St. Helens, 1980-1988
Box Folder
65 1086
Skamania County Solid Waste Resource Recovery Project
65 1087
Correspondence
65 1088
Land Management Plan
65 1089-1090
Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement, Volumes 1 and 2
66 1091
A Comprehensive Plan
66 1092
National Volcanic Monument
66 1093
Final Environmental Statement
66 1094-1095
Miscellaneous
67 1096-1097
Miscellaneous
67 1099-1102
Legislation
68 1103-1107
Legislation
69 1108-1113
Legislation
70 1114-1119
Legislation
71 1120
Legislation
71 1121
Update 1988
71 1122-1123
Legislation Maps
71 1124
Articles
Subseries 9.3. Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
71 1125-1126
Miscellaneous
72 1127-1132
Miscellaneous
73 1133-1137
Miscellaneous
73 1138
City of North Bonneville
74 1139-1143
City of North Bonneville
75 1144-1146
City of North Bonneville
75 1147
Columbia Gorge Management Plan, Media Clippings
75 1148-1149
Maps
75 1150
Background
75 1151
Gorge Interpretive Center (Skamania County)
76 1152-1154
Legislation
76 1155
Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, 1986 Legislation
76 1156
Environmental Law
76 1157
Columbia River Gorge Commission Study
77 1158-1159
Lake Chelan
77 1160-1162
Yakima River Basin
78 1163-1164
Testimony
78 1165-1166
Friends of the Gorge
78 1167
Friends of the Gorge Testimony
78 1168
Management Plan
79 1169-1172
Management Plan
79 1173
Subcommittee Hearings
80 1174-1178
History
81 1179-1183
History
82 1184-1186
History
82 1187
Briefing Book-USDA Forest Service
82 1188
Private Rights and Public Lands
82 1189
Stevenson Co-ply, Inc., Columbia Gorge United
82 1190
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
83 1191
Skamania Lodge Conference Center
Subseries 9.4. Wilderness, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
83 1192
Okanogan National Forest Plan-Environmental Impact Statement
83 1193
Okanogan National Forest Plan
83 1194
Report of the Forest Service-Fiscal Year 1986
83 1195-1196
Spotted Owl Guideline, Volumes 1 and 2
83 1197
Recommended Renewable Resources Program: 1986-2030
84 1198
Draft Environmental Impact Statement-Wenatchee
84 1199
Appendices; DEIS-Wenatchee National Forest
84 1200
Proposed Land and Resource Management Plan-Wenatchee National Forest
84 1201
Draft Environmental Impact Statement-Olympic National Forest
85 1202
Appendices: DEIS-Olympic National Forest
85 1203
Proposed Land and Resources Management Plan-Olympic National Forest
85 1204
Draft Environmental Impact Statement-Okanogan National Forest
85 1205
Appendices: DEIS-Okanogan National Forest
85 1206
Proposed Land and Resources Management Plan-Okanogan National Forest
86 1207
Indian Heaven Back Country
86 1208
102 Hikes in the Alpine Lakes, South Cascades and Olympics
86 1209-1210
101 Hikes in the North Cascades
Subseries 9.5. Agriculture, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
86 1211
Agricultural Committee Business
86 1212
Ag Research Labs ARJ-Yakima
86 1213
ALAR-Apple Buy-out Program
86 1214-1215
ALAR
87 1216
ALAR
87 1217
ALAR-Apple Budget, 1989 June-July
87 1218
American Seed Trade Association
87 1219-1222
Apples
88 1223-1234
Apple Advisory Committee
88 1225
Apple Exports
88 1226
Apples-Fruit
88 1227
Appropriations
88 1228-1229
Asian Apple Trade
88 1230
Asparagus
89 1231
Barley
89 1232
Barley-Malt Producers
89 1233
Beer Wholesalers
89 1234
Bees-Honey
89 1235
Bills
89 1236
Chilean Apple Export
89 1237
Codling Moth
89 1238
Columbia Basin Irrigation
89 1239
Columbia Basin Project
89 1240
Challenge Cost-Share Agreements
89 1241
Conservation Reserve Program
89 1242
Dairy Industry
89 1243
Dairy Delisting
89 1244
Dairy Advisory Committee
89 1245
Disaster Assistance-Whitefly
89 1246
Drought Scare, 1988
89 1247
Dry Beans
89 1248
Dry Van Legislation
89 1249
East High Development; Bureau Reclamation
90 1250-1251
East High Development
90 1252
EBDCs
90 1253
End-W Certificate
90 1254
Farm Animal Protection Act of 1989
90 1255-1256
1990 Farm Bill
90 1157
Farm Credit
90 1158
Farm Credit Council-Notes-Interview with Insider
91 1159
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
91 1160-1161
Farm Labor
91 1162
Farm Labor Shortage
91 1163
Farm Report, 1982 mailing
91 1164
Farm Spouse Fairness and Equity Act, 1989
91 1165
Farmers' Home Administration
91 1266
Federal Crop Insurance
92 1267
Federal Crop Insurance
92 1268
Floor Consideration of H.R. 987
92 1269-1270
Food Irradiation
92 1271
Food Processing Industry, General Positions
92 1272
Food Safety
92 1273
F.S. Recreation Residence Authorization
92 1274
GSPS, Pears, Guya Cheese, Dehydrated Onions
92 1275
Growers' Credit
92 1276
Harvesting Conservation Reserve Program Areas
92 1277
H.R. 1368
92 1278
Hops
92 1279-1280
Hops Growers
93 1281-1286
Hops Growers
93 1287
Japan Trade
94 1288
Johnson Creek
94 1289-1291
Legislation
94 1292
Mint Marketing Order
94 1293
Maps
94 1294
Market Promotion Program
94 1295-1298
Miscellaneous
95 1299-1305
Miscellaneous
96 1306-1311
Miscellaneous
96 1312
Northwest Horticulture Council
96 1313
Oroville-Tonasket
96 1314-1315
Oroville-Tonasket Irrigation
96 1316
P.A.C.A
96 1317
Parathion Filed Crop Uses
96 1318
Pea-Lentil Growers
96 1319
Pear Leaf Blister Moth
97 1320
Pears to Mexico
97 1321
Pesticides and Hops
97 1322
Proposed 97th Legislation
97 1323
Potato Crop Insurance
97 1324
Potato Research and Promotion Act
97 1325
Rec Reform and Hammer Clause
97 1326
Red Raspberry Commission
97 1327
Roza Irrigation District
97 1328
S. 2830
98 1329
S. 2830
98 1330
Section 8e
98 1331
Showcase-Yakima
98 1332
Socioeconomic Analyses of Columbia Basin Project, Volume 1
98 1333
Socioeconomic Analyses of Columbia Basin Project, Volume 2
98 1334
Spearmint
98 1335
Spuds
98 1336
Sunnyside Irrigation
99 1337
Sunnyside Land Transfer
99 1338
Tea
99 1339
Temil-Aldicarb
99 1340-1341
Tieton Irrigation Project
99 1342
Tongass Conference
99 1343
Tuberculosis Eradication in Non-Traditional Livestock
99 1344-1345
USDA Letters
99 1346
Various States; Correspondence
99 1347
Washington Cattlemen's Association
99 1348
Washington Wheat Growers
99 1349
Water
99 1350
Water Rights
99 1351
Water Shortage Newsletter, 1988
100 1352
Wine Institute
100 1353
Wine Mailing
100 1354
Yakima Basin
100 1355-1356
Yakima River Enhancement
Subseries 9.6. Environment, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
100 1357
Alaska
100 1358
Alpine Lakes
100 1359-1360
Aquatic Life
100 1361
Basic Background
100 1362
Bears
100 1363
Black Bear Protection
101 1364
Block 26 Development (Reclamation-Interior)
101 1365-1366
Bonneville Dam Navigational Lock Project-Site Disposal Objective
101 1367-1368
Bonneville Navlock Dredge Spoils
101 1369
Chelan County Fish Pond
101 1370
Clean Air Act
102 1371-1372
Clean Air Act
102 1373
Coastal Barrier Improvement Act
102 1374
Conconully Lakes Dispute
102 1375
Corps of Engineers
102 1376
Cougar Lakes
102 1377
Miscellaneous Correspondence
102 1378
Crescent Bay Development
102 1379
Deer Harvesting
103 1380
Draft-Fish and Wildlife Program
103 1381
Early Winters Report
103 1382-1385
Early Winters Resort
104 1386
Early Winters Resort Briefing
104 1387
Early Winters Resorts
104 1388
Early Winters
104 1389
East Wenatchee-Douglas County Watershed Project
104 1390
Economic Dev. Grant for Forks, Skamania and Okanogan
104 1391
Elwha Dam
104 1392-1393
Environment Miscellaneous Environment and Resource Issues
104 1394
Flood Controls, Wenatchee and Chelan County
104 1395
Fish and Wildlife Service
105 1396-1397
Forest, Family Farms and Energy Directories
105 1398
Gifford Pinchot National Forest Proposed Boundary Change, 1984 February 9
105 1399
Gifford Pinchot
105 1400
Glacier Peak
105 1401
Hatfield-Adams Amendment
105 1402
Herke Ranch Case
105 1403-1405
The Home Stretch, 1984 January-February
105 1406
H.R. 3742 Rose Bill: Pesticide Safety Improvement Act
106 1407
H.R. 3850; Federal-State Pesticide Regulation P-ship Act of 1991
106 1408
Hurricane Hugo Damage Assessment
106 1409
Hydroelectric Project, South Columbia Irrigation District, Bureau of Reclamation
106 1410
Indian Tribes and the Clean Air Act
106 1411-1412
Lake Roosevelt
107 1413
Lake Roosevelt
107 1414
Legislation
107 1415
Like-kind Exchanges
107 1416-1417
Ljutie Industries
107 1418
Lower Columbia
107 1419-1420
Master Plan for White Pass, Washington
107 1421
Miscellaneous
108 1422-1426
Miscellaneous
108 1427
Marine Mammal Protection
108 1428
Moses Lake Clean Lake Project
108 1429
Moses Lake Groundwater-Reclamation-Interior (Project File)
108 1430
National Energy Program (Columbia River)
108 1431
New Generation Pesticides
108 1432
Notes
108 1433
Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary
109 1434
Oil Spill Legislation
109 1435
Okanogan
109 1436
Open Spaces Preservation Act
109 1437-1439
Pacific Yew Legislation
109 1440
Peshastin Pinnacles
109 1441
Pesticide Minor Use Caucus
109 1442
Prescriptive Use Provisions
109 1443
Projects
110 1444-1446
Rabanco Waste Site
110 1447-1448
Reclamation Act
110 1449
Ringgold Slide and Franklin County Road Study
110 1450
Safe Drinking Water Act
110 1451
Save Chelan Alliance
110 1452
Smith Canyon Irrigation District
111 1453-1456
Soap Lake
111 1457
Sunnyside Canal Fish Screening Facility
111 1458-1459
Tri-Cities Levies
111 1460
Urban and Community Forestry Act of 1989
112 1461-1464
Underground Storage Tanks
112 1465
U.S. v. Washington Phase II: Analysis and Recommendations
112 1466
Waste Disposal and Water Pollution
113 1467
Wildlife and Ecosystems Project
113 1468
William O. Douglas Goose Prairie Home
113 1469
Yakima River Canyon Project
113 1470
Yakima County Levee
113 1471
Zintel Canyon Dam Project
Subseries 9.7. Timber, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
113 1472
Alaskan Red Cedar
113 1473
Below Cost Sales
113 1474
Below Cost Timber Sale Test
113 1475
Below Costs Sales
113 1476
BLM "God Squad"
113 1477
Boise Cascade
113 1478
Correspondence
113 1479
Customs and Trade Act
113 1480
East Side Forests
113 1481
Endangered Worker: A Labor Perspective on Timber Issues
113 1482
Environmentalist
113 1483
Exports
114 1484
Exports
114 1485
Federal Timber Contract Payment Modification Act
114 1486
Forest Resources Amendments Act of 1992
114 1487
Forest Resources Technical Bulletin
114 1488
Forest Services Report of Congress
114 1489
Forest and Spotted Owl Protection
114 1490-1492
Forestry (2000)
115 1493
Gov. Booth Gardner
115 1494
Hatfield-Adams Amendments
115 1495
H.R. 3263
115 1496-1498
H.R. 4899
116 1499
H.R. 4899
116 1500
Interior Consideration of H.R. 987, 1989 May 24
116 1501
Legal Action
116 1502
LePley Property
116 1503
Log Exports
116 1504
Log Export Conference
116 1505
Log Export Petition
116 1506-1507
Log Export Versions
117 1508-1510
Miscellaneous
117 1511
New Forestry
117 1512
Northwest Members-Timber Legislation
117 1513
Okanogan Briefing Paper: "Okanogan National Forest Land Resource Management Plan," 1990 January 29
117 1514-1515
Old Growth
118 1516-1523
Old Growth Bills
118 1524-1526
Old Growth Bills
119 1527
Timber Old-Growth Bills
119 1528
Old Growth Compromise
119 1529
Old Growth-Spotted Owl
119 1530
Olin's Bill
119 1531-1532
Omak Wood Products
119 1533
Olympic National Resource Center
119 1534
Pacific Northwest Research Station
119 1535
Plum Creek Land Exchange
119 1536
Plum Creek Timber
119 1537
Plywood
119 1538
Public Law 480
119 1539
Rural Development
119 1540
Sacred Areas
120 1541
Salvage
120 1542-1543
Salvage Sales Bill
120 1544
Short Term Fixed General
120 1545
Softwood Lumber Agreement
120 1546
Spotted Owl
120 1547
Stevenson Co-ply
120 1548-1549
Timber Act 3263
120 1550
Timber Harvest
120 1551
Tongass: General Background
120 1552
Tongass Timber Reform Act
120 1553
Wenatchee
Subseries 9.8. Energy, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
121 1554
Bonneville Power. Pearson A.P.
121 1555-1556
Electric Utilities
121 1557
Energy Exchange Mailing
121 1558
Energy Newsletter, 1983
121 1559-1160
Energy Shipments to California
122 1561
Geothermal
122 1562-1564
Hydroelectric Power
122 1565
Hydro Relicensing
122 1566
International Oil Issues
123 1567-1571
Miscellaneous
123 1572
Natural Gas
123 1573
Northwest Power Planning Council
123 1574
Northwest Power Bill
124 1575
Northern Tier Pipeline
124 1576
Public Power Legislation
124 1577
Synthetic Fuels Issues
124 1578
Solar and Renewable Energy
124 1579
Water Power
124 1580
Wind Energy
124 1581-1582
WPPSS Financial Litigation
124 1583
WPPSS
Subseries 9.9. Indians, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
124 1584-1585
Boldt Decision
125 1586
Clearwater
125 1587-1588
Colville Confederated Tribes
125 1589
Cowlitz Tribe
125 1590-1591
Fishing Access
125 1592
Fishing Rights, Columbia River
125 1593
Miscellaneous Issues
126 1594
Proposal to Study Federal Indian Policies
126 1595
Small Tribes Organization of Western Washington
126 1596
Yakama Nation Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance
126 1597
Yakama Boundaries
126 1598-1599
Yakama Health Facility
127 1600
Yakama Nation Health Facility Study
127 1601
Yakama Investment of O and M Funds
127 1602-1604
Yakama Nation
128 1605-1606
Yakama Nation
Subseries 9.10. Wilderness II, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
128 1607
Agriculture Committee-Spotted Owl Directory, 1989-1991
128 1608
Alpine Lakes Area-Land and Water Conservation Fund
128 1609
Alpine Lakes Protection Society
128 1610
Alternative and Resource Maps: Olympic and Wenatchee National Forest
128 1611
Alternative and Resource Maps: Okanogan National Forest
129 1612
Boundary Adjustment. George Wall (Park Service-Forest)
129 1613
Bureau of Land Management, Enloe Dam R and PP Reversion
129 1614
Bureau of Land Management, Trespass Resolution Plan
129 1615
Cedar River Land Exchange
129 1616
Chelan PUD Land Exchange
129 1617
Chopaka Mountain Wilderness Study
129 1618
Clear Lake
129 1619
Commerce, Fish Hatcheries
129 1620
Congressional Briefing Papers on Selected Roadless Areas
129 1621
Cougar Lakes Proposal
129 1622-1623
Cougar Lakes Wilderness Study Report
129 1624
Environmental Impact Statement Response Forms: Olympic and Okanogan National Forests
129 1625
Environmental Protection Agency
130 1626
Field's Point
130 1627
Forest Bills
130 1628-1631
Forestry Protection
130 1632
Glacier Peak
130 1633
Goose Prairie
130 1634
H.R. 3189
131 1635
H.R. 3189
131 1636
H.R. 4087, Custer National Forest
131 1637
H.R. 4970, Ski Area Permits
131 1638-1639
H.R. 4980, Forest Health
131 1640
H.R. 5119, Cumberland Mountain Trail
131 1641
H.R. 5605, Cedar River Watershed
131 1642
H.R. 6000, Ed Jenkins National Recreational Area
131 1643
H.R. 6013, Sierra Nevada Forests
131 1644
H.R. 6014, Mark Twain National Forest
131 1645
Kettle Range
131 1646-1647
Lake Roosevelt Management Plan
132 1648
Lake Wenatchee
132 1649-1650
Land Exchanges
132 1651
Law Language Examples
132 1652
Legislation
132 1653
Maps
132 1654
Mining Development Exploration Law, H.R. 918
132 1655
Minor Use Act, Current
133 1656-1660
Miscellaneous
133 1661
Miscellaneous Correspondence
133 1662-1663
Miscellaneous Legislation
134 1664
Mission Ridge
134 1665-1666
Montana National Forest Management Act
134 1667
Mt. Baker
134 1668
Naches Tieton White River Land-use Study
134 1669
National Park Service
134 1670
North Cascade Environment Assessment
134 1671
North Cascade Environment Statement
134 1672
Northern Spotted Owl Final Environmental Impact Statement
134 1673
Northwest Forest Protection Bill
135 1674
Pacific Northwest Trail
135 1675-1676
Park Wilderness Bill, H.R. 4146-S. 2165
135 1677
Protection Island National Wildlife Refuge
135 1678
Proposals
135 1679
Public Land Users' Society
136 1680
Rights of Way
136 1681
Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (Draft)
136 1682
Roadless Area Review and Evaluation, Final Environmental Statement
136 1683
S. 1029, Colorado Wilderness Bill
136 1684
S. 1696, Montana Wilderness Bill
136 1685
S. 2172, Idaho-Arkansas Land Exchange
137 1686
Senate Hearing, 1983 September 30
137 1687
Stehekin
137 1688
Stehekin Community
137 1689
Tatshenshini River
137 1690
Trails Legislation
137 1691
Washington State Wilderness Act of 1983--Washington State Snowmobile Association
137 1692
Washington State Wilderness Bill
138 1693-1695
Washington State Wilderness Bill Hearing Testimony from Outside 4th District
138 1696-1698
Washington State Wilderness Bill Hearing Testimony from Inside 4th District
138 1699
Washington Water Research Center
138 1700
Washington Wildlife, Journal of the Washington Wilderness Coalition
138 1701
Washington Wilderness
139 1702-1703
Washington Wilderness Bill Maps
139 1704-1705
Washington Wilderness Briefing Notebook
139 1706-1707
Washington Wilderness Hearings
140 1708
Wetlands Bill
140 1709
White Pass Master Plan
140 1710
Wilderness Agencies
140 1711
Winter Recreation Commission
Subseries 9.11. Alphabetical subject file, circa 1980-1992
Box Folder
140 1712
Abortion Issue Memos, 1992
140 1713-1714
Agency Reply, 1987
140 1715
Aging Issues Memos
141 1716
Aging Issues Memos
141 1717
AGPLEX
141 1718
Alcohol Fuels
141 1719
American Association of Retired Persons
141 1720
American Philatelic Society
141 1721
American Factory Trawler Association
141 1722
Analytical Chemistry
141 1723
Appropriations Requests
141 1724-1725
Appropriations 1991, Environment-Wilderness-Indians
141 1726
Army Corps of Engineers
142 1727
Beverly-Royal Slope
142 1728
Bill Introduction Information
142 1729
Blaze Contracting Dispute, 1990-1991
142 1730
Booth Gardner
142 1731
Bravo
142 1732
Budget Memos
142 1733
Burger King Honors Excellence in Education
142 1734
Burlington Northern Rail Abandonment
142 1735
Campaign
142 1736
Campaign Memos
143 1737-1738
Canadian Pollution
143 1739
Capital Gains Bill: Economy
143 1740
Capital Gains Coalition
143 1741
Capital Gains Forum
143 1742
Capacity Building Project
143 1743
Caucus
143 1744
Central Memorial Hospital
143 1745
Central Washington University Camp Program
143 1746
Central Washington University ROTC
143 1747
Chamber of Commerce
143 1748
Child Labor
144 1749
Child Nutrition
144 1750
Civil Rights
144 1751
Close-up Questionnaire (Students)
144 1752
Columbia Gorge Interpretive
144 1753
Columbia Park
144 1754
Columbia, Richland, MOD Rehab
144 1755
Columns, 1984
144 1756
Columns, 1985
145 1757
Columns, 1986
145 1758-1759
Columns, 1987
145 1760
Columns, 1988
145 1761
Columns, 1989
145 1762
Communications
145 1763
Conconully Spillway, Okanogan
145 1764
Congressional Rural Caucus
145 1765
Copyright-Patent
145 1766
Correspondence with other Members of Congress
146 1767
Correspondence with other Members of Congress
146 1768-1771
Cosigned Bills, 98th-100th Congress
146 1772
Co-sponsored Measures
146 1773
Crime Bill
146 1774-1775
Defense
146 1776
Department of the Army
147 1777
Department of the Army
147 1778
Department of Commerce
147 1779
Department of Housing and Urban Development
147 1780
Department of the Interior
147 1781
Department of Justice
147 1782
Department of Transportation
147 1783
Developmentally Disabled Projects: Katie Dolan
147 1744-1785
Drugs
147 1786
Ecos Hazardous Waste Incinerator (Adams)
147 1787
Education Conference
148 1788
Employment
148 1789
Endorsement Letters
148 1790
Energy Equipment and Manufacturing-Fireplace Furnace
148 1791
Energy-Low Income Energy Assistance
148 1792
Engine Oil Heaters
148 1793-1794
Environment: Miscellaneous
148 1795
European Community
148 1796
Export Newsletter, 1982
148 1797
FAA and Wells
148 1798
Farming
148 1799
Farmers' Home Administration
148 1800
FDA Bothell Inspection Station
148 1801
Federal Emergency Management Agency
149 1802
Federal Employees and US Postal Service
149 1803
Federal Spending
149 1804
Ferroalloy Caucus
149 1805
Ferroalloys
149 1806
Food Irradiation-Sid Morrison Press
149 1807
Food Irradiation-H.R. 696
149 1808
Foreign Affairs
149 1809
Foreign Affairs Memos
149 1810
Frontier Market
149 1811
General Accounting Office
149 1812
General, Congress
149 1813
Goldendale-Aluminum Smelter
149 1814
Golob, Dick
149 1815-1816
Grand Coulee Dam Laser Light Show
150 1817
Grand Coulee Job Classification
150 1818
Graphics
150 1819
Greater Wenatchee Improvement Load
150 1820
HAAS Grant, Fall 1988-1989
150 1821
Handicapped
150 1822-1823
Health Care Memos
150 1824
Health Insurance Guide for Senior Citizens
150 1825
Horse Issue
150 1826
Horse Racing
150 1827
Housing
150 1828
Housing and Urban Development
151 1829
H.R. 3781 Repeat of SOT
151 1830
Hydropower
151 1831-1833
Immigration
151 1834
Immigration and Nationality
151 1835
Immigration Movie
151 1836-1837
Impact Aid
151 1838
Inauguration
151 1839
Interstate Commerce Committee
151 1840
Interview Notes
151 1841
Japanese Agricultural Trading Council
152 1842
Jobs and Dislocated Workers
152 1843
Judiciary Issues
152 1844
Labor: Davis-Bacon Act
152 1845
Labor: General
152 1846
Legal Services Corporation
152 1847
Life-cycle Cost Bill
152 1848
Long Term Home Health Care Newsletter
152 1849
Mariners
152 1850
Marlin Post Office
152 1851
Media Background
152 1852
Medicare Video
152 1853
Merger Bill
152 1854
Member Travel, 1984
152 1855-1856
Mid-Columbia PUD
152 1857
Mid-Columbia PUD, Tax Technical Corrections Issue
152 1858
Minority Set Asides
152 1859
Miscellaneous Budget Items
152 1860
Miscellaneous DOD Project, 1988
153 1861
Miscellaneous Filing, 1992
153 1862
Miscellaneous Housing
153 1863
Miscellaneous Local Grant-Economic Development
153 1864
Miscellaneous Memos
153 1865
Miscellaneous 1981 Papers
153 1866
Miscellaneous Resolutions
153 1867
Miscellaneous
153 1868
Moses Lake Wayport
153 1869
Nader's Reports
153 1870
National Aeronautic and Space Administration
153 1871
National Federation of Federal Employees
153 1872
National Guard Anti-Drug Effort
153 1873
Navigation Development Bonneville Lock and Dam
153 1874
Newsletter, 1982-1983
154 1875
Newsletter, Catastrophic Health Care Act, May 1988
154 1876
Newsletter Drafts
154 1877
Nordstrom Labor Dispute, 1990
154 1878
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
154 1879
Okanogan Landfill (BLM)
154 1880-1882
Organ Tissue Donor Awareness Week
154 1883
Oroville-Tonasket Rehabilitation Project
154 1884
Pack Gun Device
154 1885
Padron Case-Human Rights in Mexico, 1991
154 1886
Personal Speech-Washington Health Care Association, 1992
154 1887
Pike Place Market Tax Issues
154 1888
Political
154 1889
Port of Benton
154 1890
Port of Moses Lake
155 1891
Port of Pasco-Sacajawea Park
155 1892
Postal Patron Newsletter
155 1893
Price-Anderson
155 1894
Procurement Workshop
155 1895
Public Health
155 1896
Public Relations-Congrats Send
155 1897
Purchase Department
155 1898
Rabanco Hazardous Waste Incinerator (Grant County)
155 1899
Regulations
155 1900
Replenishment and Special Agricultural Workers (RAW and SAW)
155 1901
Republican Whip and Republican Leadership Information
155 1902
Richland Energy Conference
155 1903
Sales Tax Deductibility
155 1904
Savings and Loan Bill, 1989
155 1905
Seattle Times Clips
155 1906
Senate Seat 1988
155 1907
Senior Health Conference
156 1908
Senior Health Conference, 1984
156 1909
Senior Health Conference, 1991
156 1910
Senior Newsletter
156 1911
Sexual Harassment
156 1912
Sid Morrison's Campaign Reform
156 1913
Sid Morrison's Personal Notes
156 1914
Sid Morrison's Press
156 1915
Sid Morrison and Rescue of Coulee Community Hospital
156 1916
Ski Area User Fee Bill
156 1917
Special Services Memo
156 1918
Specialty Mailings
156 1919
Speech Materials
156 1920-1921
Speech Notes
157 1922
Speech Notes
157 1923
Standard Language, 1982
157 1924
State Crime Package
157 1925
State Legislative Priorities, 1989 meeting
157 1926-1928
Studies
157 1929
Superconducting Super-Collider
157 1930
Tabloid Ideas
157 1931
Talking Notes
157 1932
Taxes
158 1933
Tax Exemptions-Private Schools
158 1934
Tax Reform
158 1935
Tax Simplification Newsletter
158 1936
Testimony Before Ways and Mean Committee
158 1937
The Administration
158 1938-1939
Trade-U.S. and Canada
158 1940
Trains-Amtrak-Local
158 1941
Trichina-Safe Pork
158 1942
Tri-Cities Fair Market Rents-Summer 1989
158 1943
Truth in Mileage
158 1944
U.S. General Services Administration
158 1945
U.S.-Soviet Partners Project, 1989
158 1946
Vernita Bridge Boat Ramp
158 1947
Veterans Administration
158 1948
Veterinarian Medicines
159 1949
Washington Beef vs. NLRB
159 1950
Washington Governor's Staff
159 1951
Washington State Migrant Council
159 1952
Watkins Visit
159 1953
Welcome Letter to New Members
159 1954-1955
Wenatchee Irrigation District
159 1956
Worlds' Fair (Spain)
159 1957
WPDOCs-by Subject
159 1958
WPPSS Conversion
159 1959
WPPSS Letter Enclosure
159 1960
WSU Branch Campus Land Transfer Bill
159 1961
Yakima Firing Center Expansion
159 1962
Yakima Weather Station

Series 10. Gubernatorial campaign, 1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
160 1963-1964
Miscellaneous campaign material
160 1965
Agricultural Bureau
160 1966
Agriculture Forestry Letter
160 1967
Announcement Tour, Contributions
160 1968
Asian Pacific American Political Caucus (APPAC)
160 1969
Benchmark Survey
160 1970
Jay Bryant
160 1971
Campaign Fair Practices
160 1972
Campaign Schedule
160 1973
Commission on Children, Youth and Families
160 1974
Cougar Letter
160 1975
Credit Letter
160 1976
Crista Ministries
160 1977
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Adams to Benton
161 1978
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Chelan to Douglas
161 1979
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Ferry
161 1980
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): King
161 1981
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Kitsap to Skamania
161 1982
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Snohomish to Thurston
161 1983
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Wahkiakum to Whitman
162 1984
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): Yakima
162 1985
1992 Contributions by County (Codes Included): County Unknown
162 1986
Dairy Farmers
162 1987
Education Fact Sheet
162 1988
Endorsements
162 1989
Focus Group Survey
162 1990
Yvonne Goldsmith Letter
162 1991
Slade Gorton
162 1992
Grain Growers
162 1993
Grape Growers
162 1994
Hamilton, Letter, Contributions
162 1995
Hort Letter, Contributions
162 1996
Hospital Administrators
162 1997
House 1
162 1998
Hubert Letter
162 1999
Insurance
162 2000
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union
162 2001
King-G.O.P
162 2002
Lewis County
162 2003
Miller Letter
162 2004
Miscellaneous Newsletters, Letters, Etc.
162 2005
Newhouse Letter
162 2006
Nursery
162 2007
Old Donors
162 2008
PAC Fundraiser, Invitations, Contributions
162 2009
Pierce City
162 2010
Peninsula Business Journal
162 2011
Polls
163 2012
Questionnaire: Adams County
163 2013
Questionnaire: American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
163 2014
Questionnaire: Association of WA, School Principals
163 2015
Questionnaire: Blacks in Government (BIG)
163 2016
Questionnaire: Building Industry Association of Washington (BIA)
163 2017
Questionnaire: The Columbian
163 2018
Questionnaire: Heart of American Northwest
163 2019
Questionnaire: The Herald
163 2020
Questionnaire: Initiative 119
163 2021
Questionnaire: Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center
163 2022
Questionnaire: International Herald Examiner
163 2023
Questionnaire: Journal American
163 2024
Questionnaire: League of Women Voters
163 2025
Questionnaire: Lutheran Compass
163 2026
Questionnaire: Mason County Private Property Alliance
163 2027
Questionnaire: The Media Index
163 2028
Questionnaire: Microsoft Statement
163 2029
Questionnaire: North Olympic Timber Action Committee (NOTAC)
163 2030
Questionnaire: N.W. Indian Fisheries Commission
163 2031
Questionnaire: The Olympian
163 2032
Questionnaire: Pacific Media Group
163 2033
Questionnaire: Planned Parenthood
163 2034
Questionnaire: The People's Press
163 2035
Questionnaire: Political Equity Coalition
163 2036
Questionnaire: Puget Sound Business Journal
163 2037
Questionnaire: Responsible Dog Owners of Western States (RDOWS)
163 2038
Questionnaire: Seattle Municipal Elections Committee
163 2039
Questionnaire: Seattle PI, League of Women's Voters
163 2040
Questionnaire: The Seattle Times
163 2041
Questionnaire: Senior Spectrum
163 2042
Questionnaire: Sierra Club
163 2043
Questionnaire: Spokane Alliance for the Mentally Ill
163 2044
Questionnaire: Spokesman Review
163 2045
Questionnaire: Times Mirror
163 2046
Questionnaire: Tri-Cities Herald
163 2047
Questionnaire: WA Advocates for the Mentally Ill
163 2048
Questionnaire: WA Association of Realtors
163 2049
Questionnaire: Washington Family Council
163 2050
Questionnaire: WA Federation of Teachers
163 2051
Questionnaire: WA Health Care Association
163 2052
Questionnaire: WA Research Council
163 2053
Questionnaire: WA State Association of Auditors
163 2054
Questionnaire: WA State National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL)
163 2055
Questionnaire: WA State Psychiatric Association
163 2056
Questionnaire: WA State SANE-Freeze
163 2057
Questionnaire: WA State Women's Political Caucus
163 2058
Questionnaire: Women in Farm Economics (WIFE)
163 2059
Realtors: Letter
163 2060
Realtors: "Sell Home"
163 2061
Statement to the Reel News
163 2062
Gerald Saling-Letter
163 2063
Skagit River Post
163 2064
Small Business Column
163 2065
Straight Talk Radio Program
164 2066
Survey: Pre Decisional
164 2067
Toplist
164 2068
University Club
164 2069
WA Education Association Letter
164 2070
Article: The Washington Firefighter
164 2071
Article for WA Public Employees Association (WPEA) Sentinel
164 2072
WA State Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW) Letter of Endorsement
164 2073
WA State Trappers Association-Letter
164 2074-2075
WA Statewide Tracking by Research-Strategy-Management Inc.
164 2076
WA Thoroughbred Breeders Association
164 2077
James Weyrich-Letter
164 2078
1980 Election: David Williams: Letter Contributions
164 2079
1980 Election: Campaign Letters and Statements (Unfiled)
164 2080
1980 Election: Fundraising Letters
164 2081
1980 Election: Letters from Contributors
165 2082
1980 Election: Marble Reports
165 2083
1980 Election: Media Information Kit
165 2084
1980 Election: Memory Letters
165 2085
1980 Election: Miscellaneous Stickers, Brochures, Etc.
165 2086
1980 Election: Morrison Biography
165 2087-2089
1980 Election: Press Clippings
165 2090
1980 Election: "Special Press"
165 2091
1980 Election: Survey of Voter Attitudes
165 2092
1980 Election: Ticket Samples

Series 11. Photographs, circa 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Subseries 11.1. Photographs: Sid Morrison District Visits ("On-Site")
Box Folder
166 2093
On Site: 1980-1981
166 2094-2095
On Site: 1982
166 2096
On Site: Photo Album-Fast flux test facility dedication, 1982 April 30
166 2097
On Site: 1983
166 2098
On Site: 1984
166 2099
On Site: 1985
166 2100
On Site: 1986
166 2101
On Site: 1987
166 2102
On Site: 1989
166 2103
On Site 1989. Hanford visit, 1989 August 29
166 2104
On Site: 1991
166 2105
On Site: 1992
166 2106-2108
On Site: Undated
Subseries 11.2. Photographs: Sid Morrison with school groups
Box Folder
167 2109
School related: 1983
167 2110
School related: 1984
167 2111
School related: 1985
167 2112
School related: 1986
167 2113
School related: 1987
167 2114
School related: 1988
167 2115
School related: 1989
167 2116
School related: 1990
167 2117
School related: 1991
167 2118
School related: 1992
167 2119
School related: Undated
Subseries 11.3. Photographs: Awards and ceremonies
Box Folder
167 2120
1982
167 2121
1983
167 2122
1985
167 2123
1986
167 2124
1987
167 2125
1988
167 2126
1989
167 2127
1990
167 2128
1992
167 2129
Undated
Subseries 11.4. Photographs: Sid Morrison with clubs and organizations
Box Folder
167 2130
1981
167 2131
1982
167 2132
1983
167 2133
1984
167 2134
1985
167 2135
1986
167 2136
1987
167 2137
1988
167 2138
1989
167 2139
1990
167 2140
1991
167 2141
1992
167 2142
Undated
Subseries 11.5. Photographs: Sid Morrison with private citizens
Box Folder
168 2143
1981
168 2144
1982
168 2145
1983
168 2146
1984
168 2147
1985
168 2148
1986
168 2149
1987
168 2150
1988
168 2151
1989
168 2152
1990
168 2153
1991
168 2154
1992
168 2155-2156
Undated
Subseries 11.6. Sid Morrison photographs for official publications
Box Folder
169 2157
1981
169 2158
1982
169 2159
1983
169 2160
1984
169 2161
1985
169 2162
1986
169 2163
1987
169 2164
1988
169 2165
1989
169 2166
1990
169 2167
1991
169 2168
1992
169 2169
Loose documents filed with photographs
170 2170-2177
Undated
Subseries 11.7. Proof sheets, negatives and slides
Box Folder
171 2178-2181
Proof sheets, negatives and slides
Subseries 11.8. Oversized photos
Box Folder
172 2182-2187
Oversized photos

Series 12. Audiovisual media, circa 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Subseries 12.1. Video recordings
Box Folder
173 2188
Campaign Ads-1980 September 27
173 2189
Campaign Profile: Morrison on Issues-1980 October 16
173 2190
Campaign Cameos-1982
173 2191
Morrison with Ronald Reagan-1982
173 2192
Legacy of Greatness, Republican National Convention-1982 January
173 2193
Morrison hosts WA Workshop for Students-1982 March 12
173 2194
Campaign Cameos-1984
173 2195
Extending the Harvest, Food Irradiation-1984
173 2196
Morrison show, United Nations-1984 January 30
173 2197
Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 1-1984 July 13
173 2198
Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 2-1984 July 13
173 2199
Unidentified reel (labeled Rep. Morrison) 1988 July 27
174 2200
Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 3-1984 July 13
174 2201
Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 4-1984 July 13
174 2202
Man on Streets, Campaign Ads, number 5-1984 July 13
174 2203
Crossroads, Olympic Essay (CBS)-1984 August
174 2204
Transport, Storage, and Handling of Nuclear Waste-1985 May 15
174 2205
Osteoporosis Brochure (PSA)-1985 September 30
174 2206
Introduction to the Tacoma Fire Channel-1985 October
174 2207
Meeting of the Farm Credit Council: Farm Bill-1985 November 4
174 2208
Office Master, Morrison on Issues-1986-1987
174 2209
Campaign Debate, Morrison and Robert Goedecke-1986
174 2210
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Morrison on Immigration, Show number 1-1986 October 17
174 2211
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Sid Morrison on Immigration (unnumbered)-1986 October 17
174 2212
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 2-1986 October 17
174 2213
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, English and Spanish-1986 October 20
174 2214
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal-1986 October
174 2215
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 October 21
174 2216
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal-1986 October 21
175 2217
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3
175 2218
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3
175 2219
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3
175 2220
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Spanish-1986 November 3
175 2221
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal,-1986 November 3
175 2222
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 1-1986 December 17
175 2223
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 3 (Spanish)-1986 December 17
175 2224
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 1 (Spanish)-1986 December 18
175 2225
Protect Yourself, Keep it Legal, Show number 2-1986 December 18
175 2226
Morrison Show, Excerpts-1987-1989
175 2227
Eastern WA University, Gov. Booth Gardner-1987 March 12
175 2228
Campaign TV spots-1988
175 2229
Hanford, MacNeil Lehrer Show-1988 June 20
175 2230
Campaign Cameos and Ads 1988 June 17
175 2231
Sid Morrison Show on Social Security and Medicare-1988 February 19
175 2232
Osteoporosis, Hosted by Morrison-1987
176 2233
Morrison Speech at Richland High School re: Veteran's Affairs-1988 June 27
176 2234
Morrison Speech at Richland High School re: Veteran's Affairs-1988 June 27
176 2235
Morrison Show on Social Security-Medicare-1988 July 27
176 2236
Morrison Show on Social Security-Medicare-1988 July 27
176 2237
Morrison Show on Social Security-Medicare-1988 July 28
176 2238
Organ Donor Week-Medstar Committee Interviews-1989
176 2239
Morrison Show on Hanford, Nuclear Fuel for Space Program-1989 October 12
176 2240
Morrison Show on Hanford, Nuclear Fuel for Space Program-1989 October 12
176 2241
Inside Debates: A Practical Guide-1990
176 2242
U.S. Wetlands: A Field Report-1990
176 2243
Jack Ward Thomas Presentation, (Spotted Owl)-1990 April
176 2244
Spotted Owl Listing Decision, National News Coverage-1990 June
176 2245
Morrison on Food Managers Conference, Farm Bill-1990 August 3
176 2246
Morrison on Food Managers Conference, Farm Bill-1990 August 3
176 2247
School Board Business-Accelerated Learning-Magnet Presentation, 1990 September 18
176 2248
American Art Alliance (PSM)-1990 September 21
176 2249
Save our Salmon-1990 November 1
177 2250
The Wealth in Wetlands-1991
177 2251
Press Conference: Raw Footage and Edited Piece-1991 April 11
177 2252
Parliamentary Reunion Mexico-USA, San Jose Los Cabos BCS. Mexico-1991 May
177 2253
Morrison at Hugh O'Brien Youth Seminar-1991 May 21
177 2254
Newsclippings-1991 October
177 2255
Newsclippings-1991 November
177 2256
Candidacy Announcement-1991 November 4
177 2257
Morrison on the WA State Agricultural Board-1991 November 14
177 2258
Hanford, House Session-1991 November 18
177 2259
Gubernatorial Forum-1992
177 2260
News Coverage, "S. Morrison Campaign"-1992 January
177 2261
MacNeil-Lehrer, WA State-1992 February 4
177 2262
Campaign Ads, Governor's Race-1992 February 19
177 2263
Newsclippings, Governor's Race-1992 March 23
177 2264
Morrison on Drug Abuse in the Workplace-1992 March 25
177 2265
Morrison on Drug Abuse in the Workplace-1992 March 25
177 2266
Newsclippings, Governor's Race-1992 April
177 2267
Candidate Focus Group, Yakima, WA-1992 April 7
177 2268
News clippings on Morrison-1992 June
177 2269
News Coverage on Morrison-1992 July
177 2270
Morrison on Endangered Species-1992 May 27
178 2271
Scimitar Ridge Ranch BBQ Dinner-1992 July 20
178 2272
Citizens for Morrison, Campaign Ad-1992 July 20
178 2273
Citizens for Morrison, Campaign Ad-1992 August 27
178 2274
Campaign Ads, for Governor-1992 August 27
178 2275
Aerial Forest Management Foundation, 3 Studies, undated
178 2276
Campaign Ad (Morrison in Mountains), undated
178 2277
Come Grow with Us, Port of Pasco, undated
178 2278
Morrison on C-Span and CNN, undated
178 2279
Goat Rocks Statement-Morrison at the Capitol, undated
178 2280
Indonesia: Tropical Forests Forever, undated
178 2281
A Look at Private Forest Management in WA State Today. undated
178 2282
Newsclippings, Hanford, undated
178 2283
Newsclippings, Wa. Wetlands, undated
178 2284
Vertical Lift for our Forest", undated
178 2285
A View from the Forest, Northern Spotted Owl, undated
178 2286
Voyager: A Retrospective, undated
178 2287
Power Requirements for Space Technology, undated
178 2288
Space Basics, NASA Congressional Relations, undated
178 2289
A Touch of Clymer, John Clymer Museum, undated
178 2290
Sid Morrison for Governor, Telemundo, undated
179 2291
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 18, Sid Morrison 1982 September 8
179 2292
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 479, Sid Morrison-Testimonial, 1982 October 23
179 2293
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 480, Sid Morrison-Liz's Story, 1982 October 23
179 2294
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 519, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23
179 2295
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 520, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23
179 2296
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 522, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23
179 2297
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 523, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23
179 2298
KAPP Channel 35 Yakima-Studio Reel number 589, Sid Morrison, 1982 October 23
Subseries 12.1. Audio recordings
Box Folder
180
Reel-to-reel recordings (5" tapes, 42 items)
180
Reel-to-reel recordings (7" tapes, 7 items)
181
Audiocassettes (115 items)

Series 13. Awards, circa 1980-1992Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
182
Plaques
183
Trophies

Series 14. Reference and processing informationReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
184
Documentation of automated office correspondence management system (3 folders)
184
Use Agreement forms (blanks)
184
Processing file and transmittals

Series 15. Oversized materials (maps and transparencies)Return to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
O/S 2299-2300
Proposed Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Maps, 1986 September
roll
1
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area map, 1987
2
Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area (composite printed map), undated
3
Okanogan National Forest maps, "Owl additions" (manuscript map), 1991 June 14
4.1-4.6
"Spotted Owl Delisting Options" maps (6 rolls, 16 items), circa 1990-1991
5
Cougar Lakes Wilderness (annotated printed maps), 4 items), 1981-1983
6
Cougar Lakes Wilderness map overlays, undated
7
Unidentified transparencies ("Our G-P" and unlabeled), undated
8
Asset Management Study R-6 (annotated printed maps showing proposed land exchanges), 1983
9
Proposed Wilderness Boundaries for Cougar Lakes and Norse Peak (annotated printed maps), 1981-1984.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

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  • Legislators -- United States -- Archives
  • Legislators -- United States -- Correspondence
  • Corporate Names :
  • United States. Congress. House.
  • Geographical Names :
  • United States -- Politics and government -- History -- Sources
  • Washington (State) -- History -- Sources