J. Willard and Alice Sheets Marriott papers, 1924-1989  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Marriott, J. Willard (John Willard), 1900-1985
Title
J. Willard and Alice Sheets Marriott papers
Dates
1924-1989 (inclusive)
Quantity
146.5 linear feet
Collection Number
Ms0164
Summary
J. Willard and Alice Sheets Marriott formed a business partnership in 1927 that produced one of the twentieth century's most successful hotel and restaurant chains. Not only did they make a lasting impact in the service and hospitality industry, but they left their mark in the political, religious, and academic arenas as well. Their papers range in date from the 1920s to the 1980s and have been divided into nine sections.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

John Willard Marriott (1900-1985) was born to Hyrum Willard Marriott and Ellen Morris at Marriott Settlement, Utah, September 17, 1900. He was the second of eight children and spent his early years helping with the family sheep ranching business. In 1918 he left for Connecticut and Vermont to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

When he returned from his mission he attended Weber College from 1920 to 1922, and later enrolled at the University of Utah. In order to pay for his education, he worked during the summers selling woolen goods to lumberjacks in the Pacific Northwest. He graduated from the University of Utah in 1926, and spent the following year teaching English and working as treasurer of Weber College.

Mr. Marriott purchased the rights to sell Allen and Wright (A & W) root beer in Washington, D.C., and on May 20, 1927, he opened a root beer stand with Hugh Colton. A few weeks later he traveled back to Salt Lake City to marry Alice Sheets, June 9, 1927, in the Salt Lake Temple.

After the wedding, they returned immediately to Washington, D.C., and a few weeks later they opened their second shop. By winter they realized that they would need something other than cold drinks in order to keep the business running. However, it was prohibited to sell food in A & W franchises. The Marriotts received permission from Allen and Wright to add hot food to the menu. They decided to specialize in Mexican and Southwestern food, and the chef at the Mexican embassy graciously supplied them with a few recipes. Because the Marriotts were worried about the risk of losing their patronage if they closed the shop to make the changes needed for food service, they made preparations ahead of time so that it took only one night to convert the store. They finished just in time to open the next morning as The Hot Shoppe.

In 1928 Hugh Colton decided to sell his half of the business and return to Utah. The Marriotts purchased the other half of the business for $5,000.00 and they became sole owners of The Hot Shoppe.

The 1930s were a time of tremendous growth for the company and the Marriott family. The Marriotts' first child, J. Willard Marriott, Jr., was born in 1932. By 1934 the corporation had added drive-in restaurants with "running boys" that provided customers with in-car service. In addition, the Marriotts had pioneered the world's first in-flight airline catering service. In 1939 the Marriotts' second son, Richard Edwin Marriott, was born.

Much of the company's expansion efforts came to fruition in the 1940s and 1950s. The corporation built several new restaurants and opened numerous industrial, defense plant, and school cafeterias. A corporate recipe card system was developed and a test kitchen was built to standardize food preparation and portions. In 1957 the corporation expanded into the hotel industry with the first Marriott Motor Hotel in Arlington, Virginia.

The company continued to grow under Mr. Marriott's control until 1964, when he turned over the company presidency to his son, J. Willard Marriott, Jr. Mr. Marriott continued to be heavily involved with the corporation as chairman of the board.

However, corporate affairs did not wholly absorb Mr. Marriott's interest during these years. He was actively involved in religious, academic, political, and community organizations throughout his life.

He played an important part in the administration of the affairs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) in Washington, D.C. In 1948 he was called to be president of the Washington Stake, a position he held until 1957, when he was appointed chairman of the General Chaplains Committee of the Mormon Church. He was actively involved with the Nauvoo Restoration Project and had a keen interest in the archaeology of the Book of Mormon. He also was instrumental in raising money for many building funds and served as an important liaison to church headquarters in Salt Lake City for the construction and dedication of the Washington, D.C. Temple.

The Marriotts retained close ties with academic institutions in Utah. In 1969 they made a substantial gift to the newly opened University of Utah Library which was subsequently named the Marriott Library. They later made another generous gift, this time to Brigham Young University, for the Marriott Activities Center which was dedicated in 1973. Mr. Marriott received honorary doctorate degrees from both institutions, as well as from Weber State College.

As a loyal Republican, Mr. Marriott formed close friendships in the national political arena. His list of friends included Dwight D. Eisenhower (a frequent customer of the Hot Shoppes), Richard Nixon, and Ronald Reagan. He was appointed by Nixon to chair both the 1969 and 1973 inaugural committees and served as chairman of the executive committee for Honor America Day for many years, along with committee members Billy Graham and Bob Hope. The Marriotts were life-long contributors to the Republican National Committee and supporters of George Romney and Richard Nixon's bids for the presidential nomination. Mr. Marriott also served on the board of governors for the United Service Organizations.

Mr. Marriott was always held in great esteem by his colleagues. He served as president of both the Washington Restaurant Association and the National Restaurant Association, and received numerous awards in the food and lodging industries. Throughout his life, he was affiliated with many business and civic organizations including the Burning Tree Club, the Indian Creek Country Club, Bald Peak Colony Club, Columbia Country Club, Capitol Hill Club, Federal City Council, the Washington Admirals, the National Association of Manufacturers, Riggs National Bank, the American Historical and Cultural Society, American Motors Corporation, Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, and the Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company.

Mr. Marriott died of a heart attack on August 13, 1985, at his summer home in New Hampshire.

BIOGRAPHY OF ALICE SHEETS MARRIOTT

Alice Sheets Marriott (1907-2000) was born October 19, 1907, in Salt Lake City, Utah to Alice Taylor and Edwin Spencer Sheets. She graduated with honors from the University of Utah in 1927 at age 19. She was a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and Chi Omega sorority.

Two days after graduation she married J. Willard Marriott in the Salt Lake Temple and moved to Washington, D.C. to help with the A & W root beer stand he had opened a few weeks before. Shortly after her arrival, they opened a second stand. Mrs. Marriott's early responsibilities included collecting accounts and taking receipts to the bank. Although the business was quite successful during the summer months, it was apparent that in the approaching winter months they would need more than root beer to keep the business afloat. Food service in the franchise was prohibited, but the Marriotts were able to secure special permission from Allen and Wright to add food to the menu.

The Marriotts discussed the idea of serving Mexican and Southwestern food, but neither had any experience in food preparation of this kind. Since Mrs. Marriott had majored in Spanish in college, she was able to talk to the chef at the Mexican embassy who provided her with a few recipes and the address of a Mexican food supply house in San Antonio, Texas.

Mrs. Marriott practiced cooking the recipes while Mr. Marriott made preparations to modify the stand for food service. They were determined to have everything ready in order to change the stand as quickly as possible, so they wouldn't lose their patronage. In the fall of 1927 the changes were made and the stand was transformed overnight. The Hot Shoppe was now in business, with Mrs. Marriott as the chef.

In 1930, Alice Taylor Sheets, Mrs. Marriott's mother, married Senator Reed Smoot and with that marriage came the Marriotts' inclusion in the political circles of Washington, D.C. In addition to these social activities, Mrs. Marriott continued to be very involved with the business, even after the birth of their sons, J. Willard Marriott, Jr. in 1932 and Richard Edwin Marriott in 1939. She was instrumental in key decision-making which affected the company's growth and success, and even helped design and decorate company restaurants and hotels and scouted out new locations for company expansion.

Mrs. Marriott's political activities were varied and extensive throughout her life. From 1955 to 1957 she served as assistant treasurer for the League of Republican Women for the District of Columbia, and in 1957 was appointed vice president of the organization, a post she held for two years. She continued to affiliate with the League of Republican Women, serving in numerous positions in subsequent years. In 1959 she was named to the District of Columbia Republican State Executive Committee. She was a member of the Republican National Committee from 1959 to 1976, and during those years she served as vice chairman and as an executive committee member. She served on the Arrangements Committee for the Republican National Conventions of 1960, 1964, 1968, and 1972, and was treasurer of the conventions in 1964, 1968, and 1972. She was vice chairman of the 1969 Inaugural Committee and honorary chairman of the 1973 Inaugural Committee.

In addition to her political responsibilities, Mrs. Marriott was actively involved with various organizations in the community, including the Goodwill Industries Guild, the Capital Speakers Club, the International Neighbors Club, the Arthritis and Rheumatism Association of Metropolitan Washington, and the National Advisory Committee for Children and Youth. She also helped found the Welcome to Washington International Club.

The nation's arts community has benefitted greatly from Mrs. Marriott's service and philanthropy. In 1971 she was appointed chairman of the Advisory Committee on the Arts for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and in 1972 was appointed to the board of trustees. She is now an honorary trustee, having served two 10-year terms on the board and executive and finance committees. She has also served on the board of directors of the National Ballet Society, and is a former member of the Women's Committee of the National Symphony Orchestra.

Mrs. Marriott's dedication to academic excellence has been manifest not only in her college years, but throughout her life. She holds two honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees, one from Mount Vernon College and one from the University of Utah. The University of Utah has been the recipient of the Marriott's support and generosity for many years. In 1989 the new dance building was dedicated as the Alice Sheets Marriott Center for Dance in recognition of her particular interest in the arts. In 1988 for the Marriott Library's twentieth anniversary, Mrs. Marriott made a sizeable donation, and in the tradition of the family, her son, J. Willard Marriott, Jr., chaired the university's capital campaign which far exceeded its goal of one hundred and fifty million dollars. At the conclusion of the campaign, the Marriott's made a significant donation to the library.

On April 17, 2000 Alice Sheets Marriott passed away at the age of 92. Mrs. Marriott's counsel and advice had been sought by various individuals and organizations throughout her life. She was a member of the American Newspaper Women's Association, the Capitol Hill Club, the Washington Club, the 1925 F Street Club, and had been named to the honorary board of the National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse. She served as a member of the National Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Advisory Council and was on the board of directors of the Arthritis Foundation. She was also an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Mrs. Marriott was director emeritus of Marriott International Incorporated and Host Marriott Corporation, having served one of the longest periods of active board service in American business history. Her oldest son, J. Willard Marriott, Jr., is the chairman of Marriott International and her younger son, Richard E. Marriott, is chairman of Host Marriott.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

J. Willard and Alice Sheets Marriott formed a business partnership in 1927 that produced one of the twentieth century's most successful hotel and restaurant chains. Not only did they make a lasting impact in the service and hospitality industry, but they left their mark in the political, religious, and academic arenas as well. Their papers range in date from the 1920s to the 1980s and have been divided into nine sections. It should be noted that some original correspondence from the collection were put in the Manuscripts Division Reserve Collection and photocopies were placed in its stead.

The first section contains family biographical and autobiographical materials. Items include correspondence, certificates and awards, medical and health histories, pension plans, will and estate information, family property records, and draft and final copies of Marriott, a biography written by Robert O'Brien. Personal letters in this section detail family relationships and friendships with prominent leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) and civic leaders.

Section two contains correspondence and comprises one of the largest portions of the collection. It has been arranged alphabetically, chronologically, and by subject. This method of organization originated with Mr. Marriott and was left intact to maintain original order. It should be noted that there is a great deal of what would be considered personal correspondence in this portion of the collection. The correspondence files document the Marriotts' involvement with the corporation, as well as in civic, religious, and family affairs from the 1940s to the 1980s. In addition to the letters, there are corresponding pamphlets, brochures, minutes, reports, speeches, programs, and various newspaper and magazine articles.

The subject files comprising the third section were originally filed in Mr. Marriott's home. These documents include information on various clubs and organizations, notes and research materials on religious subjects, speeches delivered by Mr. Marriott, correspondence between Mr. Marriott and friends, Book of Mormon archaeological research information, files regarding the Book of Mormon hotel placement program, records documenting the Marriotts' affiliation with various universities, the United States Military Chaplaincy and Mormon chaplains, the building and dedication of the Mormon temple in Washington, D.C., and general information on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This material mainly reflects Mr. Marriott's private interests and subjects of interest to him, his association with friends, and materials researched for sermons. Corresponding material may be found in the correspondence, corporate, and political sections of the collection.

The corporate files comprise the fourth section of the collection and contain information relating to Hot Shoppes Incorporated and the Marriott Corporation. They provide a general overview of the company's internal functions, management philosophies and styles, and company growth over a period of 50 years. Materials include board of directors files, restaurant and hotel branch records, calendars, catering division records, contracts, correspondence, test kitchen records and statistics, competitor files, expansion and development information, financial records, historical information, insurance records, leases and agreements, licenses and permits, personnel files, wage and tip information, physical facilities and grounds records, company reports, and Marriott Corporation publications. Because the Marriotts' personal lives were so interconnected with their professional lives, there is information about the corporation in other parts of the collection as well. For instance, there is information about Earl Sams' early financial involvement with the corporation in box nine, and correspondence regarding the corporation in the general correspondence section of the collection. There are also memoranda in box 57 between Mr. Marriott and John S. Daniels, a corporate vice president. The general scrapbooks in section seven provide excellent chronological documentation of the corporation. In addition, the Marriott Corporation maintains an extensive corporate archive.

Section five contains political records that reflect the Marriotts' involvement in national affairs from the 1950s until the 1970s. These papers show both the personal and professional sides of their involvement. Information on various presidential inaugurations, the National Republican Committee and conventions, Watergate, and the candidacy of George Romney, a close personal friend, have been filed here. Documents include reports, correspondence, invitations, tickets, legal paperwork, events planning records, and general committee files. These materials are arranged chronologically by inauguration and alphabetically by subject.

The files in section six document Mr. Marriott's service as chairman of Honor America Day from 1970 until 1984. Materials include information about the American Historic and Cultural Society, the Bicentennial Celebration, souvenirs and commemorative memorabilia, publicity and promotional materials, contribution records, correspondence, financial information, and celebration plans. Also included are anti-pornography materials from the group Morality in Media.

In 1970 Mrs. Marriott was named chairman of the advisory committee for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The materials in section seven document her involvement with the center and in the national arts community. All records have been listed under the Kennedy Center name, although the organization itself was known as the National Cultural Center until the dedication of the Kennedy Center in 1971. These papers also provide a comprehensive look at Mrs. Marriott's individual activities, and the esteem with which she was regarded by colleagues and admirers across the country.

The scrapbooks in section eight were compiled by Mrs. Marriott and cover the lives of the Marriotts from the 1920s to 1985. They illustrate the personal, political, social, and religious aspects of the Marriotts' lives. Corporate history and development can be traced from newspaper articles, menus, annual reports, corporate publications, tickets, invitations, and information about stock and sales, robberies, restaurant associations, and restaurant and hotel openings. Also included are Christmas cards, photographs, items from family gatherings and various social events. There are also scrapbooks documenting Honor America Day celebrations and various presidential inaugurations.

The final section of the collection contains oversize items including personal and corporate blueprints and architectural drawings, maps, posters, and book cover designs. Of particular interest are the watercolors and chalk drawings made for the Honor America Day celebrations.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: J. Willard and Alice Sheets Marriott papers, MS 0164, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: MS 0164.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Personal PapersReturn to Top

The papers in this series reflect the personal aspects of Marriott family life. Included are Marriott family biographical and autobiographical materials, cards, letters, certificates, awards, medical and health records, pension plans, will and estate information, family property, get well wishes, condolences, draft and final copies of Marriott (biography written by Robert O'Brien), and related materials. Condolence letters in boxes 5 and 6 are in various formats including telegrams, letters, cards, donations made in Marriott's name to various organizations, and floral notices. Of particular interest are the letters in boxes 9 and 10, which were exchanged between the Marriotts and many prominent civic and Mormon Church leaders dating 1938-1978.

Container(s) Description Dates
J. Willard and Alice Sheets Marriott Biographical Materials
Box Folder
1 1
Alice Sheets Marriott--Biographical Materials
Biographical sketch, resumes.
1960-1970
1 2
Alice Sheets Marriott--Cards and Letters
From J. Willard Marriott.
1 3
Alice Sheets Marriott--Certificates and Awards
Honorary degree materials from the University of Utah, including telegrams from friends, invitations, newspaper articles, and a presentation speech by Jack H. Adamson.
1974
1 4
Alice Sheets Marriott--Certificates and Awards
Chi Omega Fraternity membership certificate, 1924; American Mother's Committee certificate, 1960.
1 5
Alice Sheets Marriott--Newspaper and Magazine Articles
1960s-1980s
1 6
J. Willard Marriott--Autobiographical Materials
Various documents which include information about Mr. Marriott's ancestors and a two-page typed excerpt from his mission journal.
1 7-11
J. Willard Marriott--Biographical Materials
Profiles, sketches, eulogies, funeral programs, and a memorial biographical booklet.
1 12
J. Willard Marriott--Cards and Letters
Card from Mrs. Marriott.
1 13
J. Willard Marriott--Certificates and Awards
Presentation speech by Ben E. Lewis for 1958 honorary doctorate from Brigham Young University, and miscellaneous certificates.
1 14
J. Willard Marriott-Chronology
1 15
J. Willard Marriott--Military Records
Affidavits of dependents, correspondence regarding relief from active duty, registration certificate, and classification notice.
1942-1944
1 16-27
J. Willard Marriott--Newspaper and Magazine Articles
1957-1985
1 28
J. Willard Marriott--Patriarchal Blessing
Correspondence between Mr. Marriott and Ruby M. Egbert dated 1941-1942 regarding blessings given to him by George W. Larkin and Joseph Fielding Smith, copy of blessing by George W. Larkin.
December 1919
1 29-31
Medical and Health Records
Doctor's orders, diagnoses, bills, medical pamphlets and articles about heart disease and other illnesses. See also folder 22 in box 8.
1950s
1 32
Pension Plan
1 33
Will
Correspondence and memorandum regarding J. Willard Marriott's will.
1956-1958
1 34
Miscellaneous
Marriott Family Papers
This subseries contains Marriott family biographical and autobiographical materials about Mr. Marriott's children, his parents, and his grandparents. Most of the correspondence is between Mr. Marriott, his sister Doris and their mother Ellen Morris Marriott and concerns Ellen Morris Marriott's health and family business.
Box Folder
2 1
Ellen Morris Marriott-Autobiographies
A six-page autobiography dictated to Doris Marriott Wright in 1959 and a single-page autobiography recorded by Edward J. Smith on June 9, 1960.
2 2-8
Ellen Morris Marriott-Correspondence
1942-1964
2 9
Ellen Morris Marriott-Correspondence
Includes a note from Ellen Morris Marriott at age 99 to her children, letters between Mr. Marriott and Martha Chausse (Ellen's nurse), letters regarding Ellen Morris Marriott's death and the settling of her estate.
1965-1967
2 10
Ellen Morris Marriott--Journal Entries
Holographic and typewritten notes and entries made by Martha Chausse regarding Ellen Morris Marriott's daily activities.
1966-1967
2 11
Ellen Morris Marriott--Death
Obituaries, statement of funeral expenses, copy of Hyrum Willard Marriott's death certificate, medical bills, and a letter from Mark Evans Austad regarding Ellen Morris Marriott's life.
1967-1968
2 12
Ellen Morris Marriott-Miscellaneous
Notes regarding farm property status dated October 15, 1975, correspondence regarding possible Mormon Church purchase of property.
2 13
Elizabeth Stewart Marriott
Typewritten copy of autobiography and biographical sketch by granddaughter Lucile Parry Donahue.
2 14
John Russell Marriott
Biographical sketch, one page.
2 15
J. Willard Marriott, Jr.
Newspaper articles, biographical sketches, patriarchal blessing by Abraham C. Cooley dated December 26, 1950, and University of Utah Founder's Day program for distinguished alumnus award dated March 10, 1983.
2 16
Richard Edwin Marriott
Chronology, newspaper article, autobiography.
2 17
Willard Properties Incorporated
Correspondence regarding incorporation, company business and holdings.
1931-1936
Marriott Biography
Box Folder
3 1
Booklet
Letter from Ezra Taft Benson suggesting publication of booklet about the Marriott biography and memoranda to Mr. Marriott from Thomas Burke about the booklet.
1978
3 2
Martin Buxbaum
Articles written by Buxbaum, correspondence to Mr. Marriott from Buxbaum regarding publication of biography, a few pages from Buxbaum's manuscript.
1968-1977
3 3
Contract
Copy of contract with Deseret Book Company.
1977
3 4
Correspondence
1968-1978
3 5-13
Dinner
Correspondence, fact sheet, head table list, invitation, program, menu, newspaper articles, schedule, Mr. Marriott's speech.
1977-1978
3 14
Distribution
List, memoranda and correspondence regarding distribution of book, list.
1977-1978
3 15
Lowell Durham
Correspondence between Durham and Mr. Marriott detailing Durham's involvement with the biography.
1977-1978
3 16-17
Newspaper Articles
Includes selected issues of Listen magazine.
1966-1978
3 18
Robert O'Brien
Expense list.
1973-1976
3 19
Prospective Biographers--Correspondence
1960s-1970s
3 20-21
Prospective Publishers--Correspondence
1960s-1970s
3 22
Publicity
Correspondence, notes.
1971-1978
3 23
Reader Responses
1971-1978
3 24
Reviews
1975-1978
3 25
George Romney
Information regarding Romney's biography used as reference material.
1968
3 26
Royalties
Memorandum, letter.
1977
3 27
Miscellaneous
Notes, case study on preparing and publishing a company history.
4 1-11
Draft of "A Man To Be Reckoned With," by Robert O'Brien Copy of 562-page manuscript
Volume
4 1
Marriott by Robert O'Brien
1977
Correspondence--Condolences
Box Folder
5 1-13
Condolences, A-M
5 14
Condolences, Marriott Corporation
5 15-17
Condolences, N-P
6 1-6
Condolences, R-Y
6 7-9
Condolences--Donations, American Heart Association
6 10
Condolences--Donations, Arthritis Foundation
6 11-12
Condolences--Donations, Miscellaneous
6 13
Condolences-Telegrams
6 14
Condolences--Miscellaneous
List of senders, unidentified letters.
Correspondence--Birthday Wishes and Get Well Cards and Letters
Box Folder
7 1-13
Birthday Wishes
Wishes and responses.
1969-1983
7 14
Birthday Wishes, Miscellaneous
7 15-17
Get Well Cards For Heart Attack
Includes list of acknowledgements and newspaper articles.
1967
8 1-21
Get Well Letters, A-Y
8 22
Miscellaneous
Correspondence and medical instructions from physicians and others who cared for Mr. Marriott during his illness.
Correspondence--Personal
Box Folder
9 1-22
Correspondence--Personal
1938-1957
9 23
Correspondence--Personal
Includes correspondence from Dwight D. Eisenhower regarding the United States Defense Department.
1958
9 24-26
Correspondence--Personal
1958-1959
9 27-28
Correspondence--Personal
Includes correspondence from Dwight D. Eisenhower regarding the Mutual Security Program.
1960
9 29-33
Correspondence--Personal
1961-1964
10 1
Correspondence--Personal
1965
10 2-3
Correspondence--Personal
Includes copy of letter from Robert H. Hinckley regarding Ezra Taft Benson's affiliation with the John Birch Society.
1966
10 4-29
Correspondence--Personal
1967-1978
10 30
Miscellaneous

CorrespondenceReturn to Top

The correspondence in this series has been divided into three categories: alphabetical, chronological, and subject. These files are in original order and document Mr. Marriott's involvement in civic, religious, corporate, political, and family affairs from the 1940s to the 1980s. Church-related correspondence in boxes 52-53 documents Mr. Marriott's involvement with the Mormon Church from the 1950s through the 1980s. Detailed descriptions of correspondence have not been provided unless a subject of particular interest or controversy is discussed. There are other materials in addition to the letters, such as pamphlets, brochures, minutes, reports, speeches, programs and articles. Where possible, these subject file materials were removed and placed in corresponding parts of the collection. In several instances, however, correspondence and subject material was so interconnected it was not removed. Where additional materials are listed and no reference is made to correspondence, it should be assumed that correspondence is included in the folder. It should be noted that significant amounts of correspondence can also be found throughout the collection, not just in this section.

Container(s) Description Dates
Alphabetical
Box Folder
11 1-15
A - Anderson
11 16
Wayne Anderson
Correspondence between Anderson and Mr. Marriott regarding Anderson's candy business, the Va Lora Candy and Ice Cream Company in Salt Lake City.
1958-1967
11 17-23
Applegate - Azar
12 1-13
Babson - Benson
12 14-23
Ezra Taft Benson
1946-1984
12 24
Berger - Bertram
13
Bianchi - Byrzek
14
Cadieux - Colton
15
Conger - De Moya
16
De Orsey - Felt
Folder
17 1
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Letters discuss Ferguson's trip to Mexico with the Marriotts, the Palenque Cross, the location of Book of Mormon site Bountiful, a possible Book of Mormon exhibit in Salt Lake City, the existence and use of the wheel in ancient Middle America before Spaniard influence, the overall possible geography of the Book of Mormon, Brigham Young University purchase of the Gates Mayan Library.For additional information about Thomas Stuart Ferguson and Book of Mormon archaeological research, see box 70.
1946
17 2
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Letter to George Albert Smith concerning the location of Ramah-Cumorah, correspondence regarding Ferguson's book entitled Cumorah - Where?, preparation of book, suggested organization of Committee on Book of Mormon Research, trip to Mexico, notes about Palenque, Tenosique, Piedras Negras, Yaxchilan, Porvenir, Budsilha, El Cayo, and La Mar.
1947
17 3
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Letters detailing efforts to locate "Probanza de Votan," and significance of research by Ramon Ordoñez and Aguiar concerning Palenque ruins.
1948
17 4
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
1949
17 5-6
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Correspondence discussing book by Ferguson and Hunter entitled Other Sheep I Have.
1950-1951
17 7
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Letters requesting United States Military or Mexican Air Force helicopter to aid in archaeological work, denial due to Korean Conflict.
1952
17 8
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Letters discussing the location of Book of Mormon cities Bountiful and Zarahemla, Mr. Marriott's contributions to the New World Archaeological Foundation, proposal for Salt Lake City amusement park called "Mormon Town," and Ferguson's intent to ask for $30,000 from the First Presidency of the Mormon Church for 1954 excavation.
1953
17 9
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Ferguson discusses problems with securing research and excavation funding.
1954
17 10
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Requests and denials for use of United States helicopters to aid in archaeological work.
1955-1956
17 11
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Article from the San Francisco Chronicle about Ferguson's work.
1957-1959
17 12
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
1960-1961
17 13
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Discusses proposal for a Book of Mormon museum in Salt Lake City.
1966-1967
17 14
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
1968-1969
17 15
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Discusses comparison of Mayan hieroglyphics to early hieroglyphics of Iraq.
1970-1971
17 16
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
1973-1974
17 17-29
Ferris - Fukada
18
Gabrilove - Guynn
Folder
19 1-18
Haack - Hoopes
19 19
J. Edgar Hoover
Correspondence between Hoover, Mr. Marriott, and Mark E. Petersen concerning Sam Cowley, youth, and crime.
19 20-21
Hope, Bob - Horkan
Includes Nation's Business article in which Hope discusses his career.
20
Horn - Kiwanis International
21
Klein - Lyons
22
Mabey - Mitchell
Folder
23 1-7
Molitor - Myers
23 8
Nabisco - National Airlines
23 9
National Association of Broadcasters
23 10
National Ballet Society - National Planning Association
23 11
National Prayer Breakfast - National Restaurant Association
23 12
National Right to Life Convention - National Urban Coalition
23 13
Garth Naylor
23 14
George D. Neilson
23 15-16
Neiman-Marcus - New York Stock Exchange
23 17-19
Nielsen - F. Donald Nixon
23 20
Richard M. and Patricia Nixon
Card announcing Nixon's departure from Washington, D.C. in 1961, correspondence concerning unsuccessful 1962 campaign for California governor's seat, partnership with law firm Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie and Alexander in 1963, Mr. Marriott's nomination to the Board of Governors of the United Service Organizations Incorporated in 1971, and other correspondence.
1959-1973
23 21-26
Nolan - Osnos
23 27
Frank W. Otterstrom
Includes a copy of Orson F. Whitney's testimony describing Jesus Christ's suffering in Gethsemane and documents Otterstrom's association with Whitney, list of truths revealed and prophecies fulfilled through Joseph Smith, Jr.
23 28
Owen - Oyster
24 1-7
Pacifica Foundation - Payne
24 8
Lawrence I. Peak
Correspondence between Peak and the Marriott Corporation concerning stock payments, company policies for stockholders and payment of stock dividends.
24 9-22
Peale - Pyles
25 1
Katie Quesada - Peter Quesada
25 2
Rabin - Raisbeck
Includes correspondence and article from and about Steve A. Rahawi, the first Moslem convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
25 3-7
Raleigh - Reeve
25 8
Republican National Bank - Republicans in Congress Incorporated
Includes correspondence concerning Mr. Marriott's 1959 contributions to the Republican National Finance Committee.
25 9-24
Restaurant Management - Sampson
25 25-28
Earl Corder Sams
Correspondence regarding business advice, family associations.
1941-1950
25 29-31
Sanberg - Sayre
26
Scarbrough - Hyrum Smith
Folder
27 1-3
Jesse Smith - Smither
27 4-6
Smithsonian Institution
Correspondence regarding cafeteria contract, budget, logistics, proposals, letters to board members petitioning support, comparative selling prices.
27 7-27
Smoot - Stouffer
28
Stover - Whiteford
29
Whittle - Zumwalt
Chronological
Box
30
Correspondence--Chronological
March-December 1957
31
Correspondence--Chronological
January 1958-May 1959
32
Correspondence--Chronological
June 1959-March 1960
33
Correspondence--Chronological
April-November 1960
34
Correspondence--Chronological
January-September 1961
35
Correspondence--Chronological
October 1961-May 1962
36
Correspondence--Chronological
June-December 1962
37
Correspondence--Chronological
1963
38
Correspondence--Chronological
1964
39
Correspondence--Chronological
January 1965-January 1966
40
Correspondence--Chronological
February-December 1966
41
Correspondence--Chronological
January 1967-January 1968
42
Correspondence--Chronological
February 1968-May 1969
43
Correspondence--Chronological
June 1969-March 1970
44
Correspondence--Chronological
April-August 1970
45
Correspondence--Chronological
January-October 1971
46
Correspondence--Chronological
November 1971-May 1972
47
Correspondence--Chronological
June-December 1972
47a
Correspondence--Chronological
January-July 1973
47b
Correspondence--Chronological
August 1973-March 1974
47c
Correspondence--Chronological
April-December 1974
Correspondence
These are correspondence about Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company - American Management Association Incorporated
Box Folder
48 1
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company
Letters of congratulations for Mr. Marriott's appointment to board of directors.
1956-1957
48 2-7
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company
Board meeting notifications, miscellaneous correspondence.
1958-1970
48 8
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company
Letters regarding Mr. Marriott's resignation.
1971-1972
48 9
The Advertising Club of Washington, D.C.
Letters and telegrams of congratulations to Mr. Marriott for Advertising Club Award of Achievement, head table guest list, Mr. Marriott's acceptance speech draft.
1957
48 10
Airline Correspondence
Flight changes, refund requests, reimbursements, compliments.
1953-1957
48 11-14
American Academy of Achievement
Correspondence concerning Mr. Marriott's receipt of the Golden Plate Award in 1971 and his involvement with the program in subsequent years.
1968-1976
48 15-19
American Management Association Incorporated
Correspondence regarding activities, courses, and membership.
1960-1972
48 20-22
American Management Association Incorporated--Presidents' Professional Association Incorporated
Functions, activities, courses, membership.
1961-1964
Correspondence--Subject
Box Folder
49 1-9
American Motors Corporation
Stock and board meeting information, new models and improvements, board of directors business, personal affairs.
1959-1976
49 10-13
The Anchorage
Correspondence concerning the Marriotts' New Hampshire home on Lake Winnepesaukee.
1958-1965
49 14
The Anchorage
Correspondence from Edward M. Kennedy concerning a bill petitioning a change of Stanley Javett's student visa to an immigrant visa, general business regarding home.
1966
49 15
The Anchorage
Correspondence concerning open access to Lake Winnepesaukee.
1967
49 16-20
The Anchorage
1968-1976
49 21-22
Architects and Engineers, A-W
Correspondence concerning architects, engineers, decorators, building modifications and lists.
49 23
Armed Forces Day
50 1
Banks
50 2-8
Boy Scouts of America
1954-1979
50 9-12
Boys' Clubs of America
1956-1979
51 1-4
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company
Correspondence, reports, financial projections, pension fund information, by-laws, employee benefits.
1957-1966
51 5-18
Christmas Correspondence
Correspondence, mailing lists.
1948-1971
52 1-6
Christmas Correspondence
1972-1980
52 7-19
(Mormon) Church-Related Correspondence
1955-1973
53 1-14
(Mormon) Church-Related Correspondence
1974-1980
53 15
Clubs--Alfalfa Club
1958-1964
53 16
Clubs--Burning Tree
Correspondence concerning club dues, menus, articles of incorporation, financial reports.
1953-1955
53 17
Clubs--Burning Tree
Board of directors information, correspondence, meeting notices.
1956-1957
53 18-19
Clubs--Burning Tree
Correspondence regarding dues, fees, articles of incorporation, meeting notices.
1970-1975
53 20
Clubs--Burning Tree
Correspondence concerning board of directors meetings, financial information, club history, membership, meeting notices.
1976-1979
53 21
Clubs--Capitol Hill Club
Membership notification and resignation.
1953-1959
54 1
Clubs--Columbia Country Club
Mr. Marriott's recommendations for prospective members, correspondence concerning international golf championships.
1947-1957
54 2
Clubs--Indian Creek Country Club
Membership dues, stock purchase, by-laws, annual report, guest privileges.
1946-1956
54 3
Clubs--Indian Creek Country Club
Membership information, club operations, membership certificate, golf regulations, club policies and activities, membership recommendations.
1959-1969
54 4
Clubs--Indian Creek Country Club
Financial statements, receipts, guest privileges, club policies, membership dues, annual meetings, tree fund, membership applications.
1970-1976
54 5
Clubs--Indian Creek Country Club
Financial statements, receipts, membership applications, golf caddy policies, golf course regulations, club use, membership dues.
1977-1979
54 6
Clubs--Metropolitan Club
Membership applications, character references for Mr. Marriott.
1953-1959
54 7
Clubs--Paradise Valley Country Club
Membership information, club policies, activities, tax policies.
1967-1971
54 8
Clubs--Paradise Valley Country Club
Club relationship to Camelback Inn, bills, tax policies, membership proposals, club policies.
1972-1979
54 9
Clubs--Windjammer
Club opening, rules and operations, membership, board of directors business, annual meeting, dues, guests.
1962-1970
54 10
Commissioners' Planning Advisory Council
District of Columbia rules of procedure, oath of office, minutes.
1957
54 11-13
Commissioners' Planning Advisory Council
District of Columbia fiscal year planning for 1960, minutes, budget, cost estimate summaries, capital outlay budget.
1958
54 14
Commissioners' Planning Advisory Council
District of Columbia highway names, public works planning, minutes, street lighting, Federal City Council Transportation Study Committee report and recommendations.
1959
54 15-16
Commissioners' Planning Advisory Council
Council organization and function, comments on Senate bill 3193 concerning a national capital transportation agency, electrical permit, minutes.
1960
54 17
Commissioners' Planning Advisory Council
Criteria for evaluating historic sites and buildings, committee appointments and reappointments.
1961
54 18
Commissioners' Planning Advisory Council--Report on Building Skyline
Zoning regulations, organization and finances for mass transportation.
1959-1960
54 19
Commissioners' Planning Advisory Council--Miscellaneous
Council member information, pamphlet concerning the government of the District of Columbia.
55 1
Committee for Economic Development
Board of trustees list.
1961
55 2-4
Committee for Economic Development
Committee member lists, by-laws, semi-annual trustees' meeting attendance list, minutes, general correspondence.
1962
55 5
Committee for Economic Development
Board of trustees information, meeting notices, calendar, minutes.
1963
55 6
Committee for Economic Development
Home addresses, Area Development Committee list.
1965
55 7
Committee for Economic Development
1966
55 8-10
Committee for Economic Development--Contributions
1961-1963
55 11-12
Congratulations
Letters of congratulations from Mr. Marriott to various friends and acquaintances.
1956-1982
55 13-17
Contributions
Letters soliciting contributions and acknowledging receipt of donations.
1957
55 18
Contributions
Lists and ledgers detailing charitable contributions.
1958
55 19-21
Contributions
Letters soliciting contributions and acknowledging receipt of donations.
1959
56 1-2
Contributions
Annual donation report, requests and acknowledgements for contributions.
1960
56 3-7
Contributions
Requests and acknowledgements for contributions.
1961-1967
56 8
Contributions--Political
1960
56 9
Contributions--Political
Republican National Finance Committee list.
1960
56 10
Contributions--Political
Political brochures and information on Republican Yearbook.
1960
56 11-19
Contributions--Political
1961-1967
56 20
Contributions--Political, Miscellaneous
57 1
John S. Daniels
Cost comparison for french-fried potatoes.
February 1960
57 2
John S. Daniels
Memorandum requesting additional cooler space for frozen produce in Hot Shoppes.
February 1960
57 3
John S. Daniels
Memoranda regarding remodeling and second hamburger delivery cost.
February 1960
57 4
John S. Daniels
Meeting agendas for manufacturing and procurement departments, minutes from meeting concerning use of potatoes.
March 1960
57 5
John S. Daniels
Memoranda regarding possible central garage for company vehicle maintenance, relocation of commissary, minutes from interdepartmental meeting.
March 1960
57 6
John S. Daniels
Memorandum detailing suggestions for sales improvement in regular service restaurants, curb service restaurants, and cafeterias.
March 1960
57 7
John S. Daniels
Report concerning establishment of central pricing service, memorandum concerning hamburger sales, agendas from manufacturing and procurement department meetings.
March 1960
57 8
John S. Daniels
Memorandum concerning use and sales of hamburger in Hot Shoppes.
March 1960
57 9
John S. Daniels
Agenda for procurement department meeting.
March 1960
57 10
John S. Daniels
Memorandum discussing implementation and sales of twenty-cent hamburgers.
March 1960
57 11
John S. Daniels
Memorandum concerning prices in Hot Shoppes print shop.
April 1960
57 12
John S. Daniels
Minutes.
April 1960
57 13
John S. Daniels
Report on Kogud-Dubb Building as part of commissary on Upshur Road.
April 1960
57 14
John S. Daniels
Memoranda regarding federal meat inspection labels and transfer of baking facilities.
April 1960
57 15-16
John S. Daniels
Memoranda concerning menu items, rolls, and buns.
May 1960
57 17
John S. Daniels
Memoranda concerning retail bakery sales, retail prices, minutes.
July 1960
57 18
John S. Daniels
Memorandum concerning the commissary.
November 1960
57 19
John S. Daniels
Memorandum concerning commissary space requirements.
1961
57 20
John S. Daniels
Memorandum concerning commissary facility.
1962
57 21
John S. Daniels
Memorandum concerning curb service.
1963
57 22
John S. Daniels
Memorandum concerning Frank Kimball and Fairfield Farm.
1964
57 23
John S. Daniels
1965
57 24
John S. Daniels
Correspondence and guest list for party held in Daniels' honor.
1966
57 25
John S. Daniels
Daniels' stock income, pension value, net worth, personnel action, and Mr. Marriott's personal notes on Daniels' character traits.
57 26
Defense Planning Committee
Minutes.
1957
57 27
Diplomatic Assistance Committee
1964
57 28
Directives Issued by J. Willard Marriott
1953-1956
57 29
Emergency Measures
Government guidelines for air raids, Hot Shoppes procedures, turkey shipment during World War II, defense map detailing escape routes from Washington, D.C., letter explaining emergency feeding program, pamphlet Survival Under Atomic Attack.
1942-1956
57 30
Fairfield Farm
Invitation letters to farm for barbecue.
1956
57 31
Fairfield Farm
Guest list, notes concerning farm stock inventory and book value, estimated income and expenses, payroll, inventories.
1957
57 32
Fairfield Farm
Fauquier County, Virginia primary and secondary highway systems, Fairfield Farm cost, depreciation, book value, addition, cattle, guest list, Virginia Beef Congress program, notes, itinerary.
1958
57 33
Fairfield Farm
Statistic sheets regarding properties for sale and soil report of Rappahannock County, Virginia.
1958
57 34
Fairfield Farm
Management party guest list and map, budget revisions, farm maintenance, equipment, request for horses.
1959
57 35
Fairfield Farm
Tax information, property for sale.
1960
57 36
Fairfield Farm
Farm upkeep, development, possible history of Fairfield Farm.
1961
57 37
Fairfield Farm
Withholding exemption certificates for Fairfield Farm employees, property for sale, farm development.
1962
57 38
Fairfield Farm
Thoroughbred racing license, memorandum concerning farm development and maintenance, stocking farm with birds and fish for hunting, help wanted advertisement for a cowboy.
1963
57 39
Fairfield Farm
Miscellaneous memoranda dealing with farm maintenance.
1964
57 40
Fairfield Farm
Farming maintenance, Fiery Run Ranch.
1965
57 41
Fairfield Farm Miscellaneous
Party invitations and agendas, guest rules, Fairfield Farm and Fiery Run ranch maps, horse pedigree, depreciation procedures, Land Rover vehicles pamphlets.
58 1
Federal Aviation Agency
Correspondence and memoranda concerning in-flight food service competition.
1961
58 2-5
Federal City Council
Correspondence, meeting notices, minutes, council officers and trustees.
1956-1957
58 6
Federal City Council
Operating costs and budgets, council officers, board of trustees, budget policy, budget campaign, minutes.
1958
58 7
Federal City Council
1959
58 8
Federal City Council
Officers and board of trustees.
1960
58 9
Federal City Council
1961
58 10
Federal City Council
Membership lists.
1962
58 11
Federal City Council
By-laws, officers and trustees.
1962
58 12
Federal City Council
Minutes, officers and trustees.
1962
58 13
Federal City Council
Report to trustees.
1963
58 14
Federal City Council
Memoranda and correspondence concerning Washington, D.C. development.
1964
58 15
Federal City Council, Miscellaneous
Officers and trustees, council pamphlets.
58 16
Integration
Letter from Woodrow Marriott detailing steps made by Mr. Marriott to ensure desegregation in his corporation.
58 17
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Sale of radio station WQMR, questionnaire for directors.
1962
58 18
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Correspondence concerning meetings.
1963
58 19
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Director's meeting, statistics on profit and loss, expense budget, program schedule, listener profiles, pamphlets, English and Spanish programs.
1963
58 20
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Miscellaneous files dealing with Transcontinent Television Corporation, New York World's Fair Pavilion of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
1963
58 21
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Board of directors meeting notices.
1964
58 22
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
WRUL statement of income, profit and loss, notices and minutes for board of directors meetings.
1964
58 23
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
King Family television program, letter from David O. McKay, Hugh B. Brown, N. Eldon Tanner concerning appointment of Gordon B. Hinckley and G. Stanley McAllister to IEBC board of directors, information and schedules for international broadcasts of Mormon General Conference.
1964
58 24
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Interim report to board of directors.
1964
58 25
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Board of directors meeting notice, agenda, minutes, press releases and newspaper articles concerning broadcast of Spanish simulcast of United States presidential inauguration.
1965
58 26
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Letter concerning financial losses from radio station WRUL, international radio set usage and listener profile, meeting notices, selection of Edward J. Broman as president, new installation summary, minutes, list of directors.
1965
58 27
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Summary of profit and loss comparisons, questionnaire for officers, minutes.
1965
58 28
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
Statement of purpose, resolution to by-laws, minutes.
1966
58 29
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation
International Radio Potential Inventory, RNYW weekly progress and plans report.
1967
58 30
International Educational Broadcasting Corporation, Miscellaneous
Notes, press release, excerpts from letters to WRUL, map of New Jersey.
59 1
Interstate Hosts
1954
59 2
Interstate Hosts
Information concerning market value analysis.
1957
59 3
Interstate Hosts
1959
59 4
Interstate Hosts
Statistical data, comparison of Hot Shoppes Incorporated and Interstate Hosts.
1961
59 5
Interstate Hosts
Airport budget forecast and comparison, analytical report, airline catering sales and profit report.
1962
59 6
Interstate Hosts
Acquisition reports, net assets, press release concerning Interstate Hosts contract with Seattle Airport.
1963
59 7
Interstate Hosts
Merger and acquisition memorandum, company research report.
1964
59 8
Interstate Hosts
Acquisitions.
1965
59 9
Interstate Hosts, Miscellaneous
Notes, articles, notes on management, comparative data from Hot Shoppes Incorporated and Interstate Hosts Incorporated.
59 10
Junior Board
Correspondence concerning Hot Shoppes Junior Board operations.
1951
59 11
Junior Board
Letters from Mr. Marriott to new Junior Board members.
1952
59 12
Junior Board
Miscellaneous notes and memoranda.
1953
59 13
Junior Board
Correspondence and memoranda, Junior Board background and operations procedures, letters from Mr. Marriott to Junior Board members.
1954
59 14
Junior Board
Letters between Mr. Marriott and board members, Junior Board accomplishments.
1955
59 15
Junior Board
Correspondence between Mr. Marriott and Junior Board members, board member lists.
1956
59 16
Junior Board
Membership roster, Junior Board certificate presentation.
1958
59 17
Junior Board
Correspondence and memoranda between Mr. Marriott and the Junior Board.
1959
59 18
Junior Board
Membership roster, project transmittal sheet.
1960
59 19
Junior Board
Membership roster.
1963
59 20
Junior Board, Miscellaneous
59 21
Liquor Service Policy
Confidential memorandum sent to upper management requesting feedback concerning implementation of liquor service, replies, correspondence from patrons objecting to service.
1959
59 22
Liquor Service Policy
Memoranda concerning introduction and monitoring of liquor service, correspondence from patrons objecting to service.
1960
59 23
Liquor Service Policy
Letter from patron advocating liquor service, memoranda concerning legal aspects of liquor service and liquor service policy change.
1961
59 24
Liquor Service Policy
Complaint and response letter concerning liquor services in Marriott establishments, advertising, reference to the Mormon Church's stand on liquor service in hotels and restaurants.
1962
59 25
Liquor Service Policy
Letters protesting liquor service, letter from Mr. Marriott to Washington Post requesting clarification in advertising of liquor service in Marriott establishments.
1964
59 26
Liquor Service Policy, Miscellaneous
Weekly food sales, food cost and wage cost.
59 27
Management Conference
Memoranda, correspondence, agenda, notes.
1956-1957
59 28
Management Philosophy
Quotes, articles, personal notes.
59 29
Music
Correspondence, music and equipment use and policies in Hot Shoppes, miscellaneous music information, Hit Parade list dated March 7 1942.
60 1
National Association of Manufacturers
Board meeting notices, general business.
1961
60 2
National Association of Manufacturers
Board of directors information manuals, meeting notices, report of recommendations, memoranda, correspondence.
1962
60 3
National Association of Manufacturers
Memoranda, correspondence, information on the Kennedy tax program, Department of State organizational chart.
1962
60 4
National Association of Manufacturers
Member list, correspondence concerning Eisenhower's speech at the National Association of Manufacturers meeting.
1962
60 5
National Association of Manufacturers
Correspondence concerning various programs, congresses, annual meetings, scholarships for undergraduate students.
1962
60 6
National Association of Manufacturers
Meeting notices, program from 67th Annual Congress of American Industry, annual financial report.
1962
60 7
National Association of Manufacturers
Miscellaneous business, eastern division organizational chart and prospects.
1963
60 8
National Association of Manufacturers
Public affairs reports, meeting notices, 88th Congress Directory, eastern division and staff.
1963
60 9
National Restaurant Association
1954
60 10
National Restaurant Association
Convention notices, association vacancies, nomination procedures.
1955
60 11
National Restaurant Association
Board of directors list, pension plan summary, trust agreement, real estate, committee lists.
1956
60 12
National Restaurant Association
Certificate, telegrams, correspondence, memoranda.
1957
60 13
National Restaurant Association
Seminar notices, participant lists, meeting notices, staff management functions.
1958
60 14-15
National Restaurant Association
1958-1959
60 16
National Restaurant Association
Committee meeting information, National Restaurant Association committees.
1960
60 17-18
National Restaurant Association
1961-1962
60 19
National Restaurant Association
Correspondence concerning emergency feeding program, expense account legislation, minimum wages, taxes on tips, proposed tax on catered meals in New York City, Government Affairs Committee meeting minutes, National Restaurant Association committee lists.
1963
60 20
National Restaurant Association
Correspondence concerning racial integration, expense account legislation, board meetings, minimum wage, tax on tips.
1963
60 21
National Restaurant Association
Correspondence concerning National Restaurant Association attorney Tom Power, Ira Nunn as his Washington office replacement, meeting notices and policies.
1963
60 22
National Restaurant Association
Emergency feeding program, correspondence, memorandum, region map.
1963
60 23
Office Building
Miscellaneous information concerning Hot Shoppes executive offices, correspondence, memoranda.
60 24-26
Policy Group Meetings
Menu Restaurant Survey, minutes, prices and food standards, weekly wage, salary and sales reports.
1956-1958
60 27
Prices
60 28
Profit Sharing
Bonus plan, scale, incentive payments.
1963
61 1
Radio New York Worldwide Incorporated
Amendments to application for new installation, executive committee minutes, board of directors minutes, frequency schedules, officers and directors list.
1966
61 2
Radio New York Worldwide Incorporated
Board of directors minutes, executive committee minutes, meeting notices.
1967
61 3
Radio New York Worldwide Incorporated
Board of directors minutes, miscellaneous reports, report by Arch Madsen entitled, "Whither WNYW?"
1968
61 4
Radio New York Worldwide Incorporated
Board of directors minutes, meeting notices.
1968
61 5
Radio New York Worldwide Incorporated
Meeting notices, executive committee minutes.
1969
61 6-17
Reader's Digest
Article "Everybody Likes to Work for Bill Marriott," and related correspondence.
1972
61 17
Reader's Digest--Miscellaneous
61 18-21
Refusal Letters
For speaking engagements, dinners, other social events.
1982
62 1
Roads and Traffic
Correspondence concerning highway and traffic issues.
1961
62 2
Roads and Traffic
Correspondence concerning signs and highways, Theodore Roosevelt Bridge dedication luncheon seating list.
1962-1964
62 3
Rodgers Trust Fund
Correspondence and other miscellaneous information on the Philip Ray Rodgers, Jr. Trust Fund.
1965
62 4
(Eleanor) Roosevelt Memorial Foundation
Correspondence concerning dinners and donations.
62 5-9
Russia--Correspondence
Correspondence and miscellaneous information dealing with the Marriotts' trip to Russia, menus, papers written by Mr. Marriott concerning Russia, "Report on USSR Electric Power Developments 1958-1959," and information about 1958 party at Twin Bridge Marriott.
1956-1960
62 10
Russia--Papers
Papers written by Mr. Marriott, "Conversation with Alexander Petrov," (about religion, divorce, income, housing, relocation, communism), "Miscellaneous Notes on Russia," (about transportation, living conditions, food, occupational standards and traditions, hotels), and "Notes on Khrushchev," (on capitalism, communism, commodities, religion).
62 11-13
Russia--Papers
A 59-page paper entitled "Notes on Trip to Russia," providing a detailed description of the Marriotts' 1957 trip.
1957
62 14
Russia--Papers
A seven-page typewritten account entitled "Personal Notes Regarding Trip to Russia."
62 15
Russia--Personal Notes
Notebook with Mr. Marriott's handwritten notes, loose holographic and type-written notes.
62 16
Russia--Miscellaneous
Articles and miscellaneous information on vending machines in Russia, meat and dairy industry weight and prices, trip officials list and occupations, speech entitled "Red Poison with Our Sugar," by Styles Bridges in the United States Senate on March 24 1960.
62 17-24
Russia--Equipment Catalogs
63 1
Security
63 2-6
Staff Meetings
1953-1956
63 7
Statistics--Youth
Articles, speeches, pamphlets discussing youth of the 1960s, memoranda, legislation.
63 8
Suggestion Committee
Correspondence and memoranda about suggestion process.
1955-1959
63 9
Surveys
Surveys explaining the general public's perceptions of the Hot Shoppes and employee behavior.
1957-1964
63 10
Testimonial Dinner
Correspondence concerning dinner for Renah F. Camalier and Robert E. McLaughlin.
1955
63 11
Thanksgiving
Hot Shoppes menus, magazine article, correspondence, memorandum, list of Thanksgiving gifts.
1952-1953
63 12
Travel--Foreign
Insurance policies.
1940-1946
63 13
Travel--Foreign
Hotel bills, menus, correspondence, invoices.
1949
63 14-18
Travel--Foreign
Correspondence, itineraries, notes, permits, brochures.
1950-1953
63 19
Travel--Foreign
Correspondence, pamphlet and brochures.
1954-1956
63 20
Travel--Foreign
Correspondence, article, itineraries, notes, financial information.
1957
63 21
Travel--Foreign
Guides and brochures, correspondence, financial information.
1959-1961
63 22
Travel--Foreign
Correspondence, itinerary, pamphlet, miscellaneous travel information.
1963-1967
64 1
Tuberculosis Association
Christmas Seal sale, agenda, reports, contributors.
1957
64 2
Tuberculosis Association
Christmas Seal sale results, correspondence concerning Christmas Seals, advertising, booklet about tuberculosis.
1958
64 3
Tuberculosis Association
Correspondence concerning Christmas Seal activities.
1959
64 4
Tuberculosis Association
Miscellaneous.
1960
64 5
United Givers Fund
Correspondence, minutes.
1964
64 6
United Givers Fund
Board of directors roster, officers, board of directors minutes, executive committee roster, by-laws.
1964-1965
64 7
University of Utah
Correspondence concerning scholarships for the university, letters of rebuttal to Daily Utah Chronicle editorial protesting Mr. Marriott's honorary doctorate, commencement address.
1966
64 8
Washington Heart Association Incorporated
Annual report, correspondence, articles.
1959-1962
64 9
Wax Museum
Recommendations and feasibility study for a wax museum in Salt Lake City.
1962
64 10
Yellowstone National Park
Correspondence regarding park operations.
1960s

Subject FilesReturn to Top

The materials in this section were Mr. Marriott's home files. Some materials have been added or reorganized, but the original order was preserved as much as possible. Mr. Marriott's original listing of these files can be found in box 102. Included are documents regarding various clubs and organizations such as the American Motors Corporation, research materials and notes on religious subjects and topics of interest to Mr. Marriott, hobbies, speeches delivered by Mr. Marriott, correspondence files between Mr. Marriott and friends, Book of Mormon archaeology, Book of Mormon placement in Marriott hotels, Mr. Marriott's affiliation with various universities, the United States Military Chaplaincy and Mormon chaplains, building and dedication of the Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple, and general information on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). This material mainly reflects Mr. Marriott's private interests, his friends, subjects of interest to Mr. Marriott, and materials researched for sermons. Corresponding materials may be found in the correspondence, corporate, and political sections of the collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
65 1
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Annual Reports
1956-1969
65 2
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Biographical Materials
Frank T. Hines, J. Willard Marriott, and Howard W. Kacy.
65 3
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Board of Directors
Roster and newsletter profiling new board members.
1960-1967
65 4
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Board of Directors Nominees
Biographical profiles.
65 5
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Charter and By-laws
65 6
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Financial Statements
1956-1968
65 7-8
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Policy Statements
1961-1971
65 9
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance Company--Miscellaneous
Correspondence, synopsis of executive committee meetings, insurance development committee activities report, general information.
65 10
Africa
Maps, itinerary.
Undated
65 11
Airplanes
Correspondence and invoices concerning travel and charter services.
65 12
Alibis
The Alibi Shooter, pamphlet by Harry A. Earnshaw.
65 13
Ambassadors
Article "Why Top Ambassadors Have to be Rich."
1957
65 14
America
Miscellaneous articles and pamphlets discussing America. Of particular interest are the following: a reprint of an article from Woman's Home Companion by Herbert Hoover entitled "The Miracle of America;" "America: A Choice Land," by Ezra Taft Benson delivered over the Columbia Broadcasting System on October 8, 1944; typewritten copy of vision to Wilford Woodruff December 1, 1877; address delivered over the Columbia Broadcasting System by Joseph Fielding Smith April 4, 1943, entitled "Blessed is the Nation Whose God is the Lord."
65 15
American Academy of Achievement
Annual program.
1967
65 16
American Academy of Achievement
Banquet of the Golden Plate program.
1968
65 17
American Academy of Achievement
Speeches, memoranda and correspondence about the banquet, organizational chart, schedules, guests of honor, ticket.
1971
65 18
American Academy of Achievement
Correspondence, memoranda, schedules, minutes, newsletter.
1972
65 19
American Academy of Achievement
Correspondence, memoranda, financial report.
1973
65 20
American Academy of Achievement
Minutes, memoranda, correspondence, schedules, press release concerning banquet in Salt Lake City.
1974
65 21
American Academy of Achievement
Memoranda, schedules, donations, newspaper articles.
1975-1976
Volume
65a 1-2
American Academy of Achievement-- Banquet of the Golden Plate
Souvenir book.
1974-1975
Folder
66 1
American Management Association
Course programs.
1960-1964
66 2
American Management Association, Presidents' Professional Association
Management techniques, Sylvania Electric Products Incorporated profit improvement program description.
66 3
American Management Association, Presidents' Professional Association
Pamphlets, books, brochures.
66 4
American Management Association, Miscellaneous
Certificate, management styles and techniques.
66 5
American Motors Corporation--Annual Report
1971
66 6
American Motors Corporation--Bank Credit Agreement
1962-1964
66 7-14
American Motors Corporation--Board of Director's Minutes
1959-1966
67 1-10
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors-Minutes
1967-1976
68 1
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Rosters
1959-1970
68 2
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--By-laws
1960-1962
68 3-4
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Correspondence
1958-1978
68 5
Board of Directors--Dealer Announcement Meetings
1964
68 6
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Financial Reports
1961-1973
68 7
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Insurance
Correspondence and memoranda detailing various aspects of company insurance.
1963-1976
68 8
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Kelvinator
Material transfer records, correspondence, model brochures, consignment.
68 9
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Legal Affairs
Correspondence and legal papers concerning law suit between American Motors Corporation and Ruth Mintz.
1962
68 10
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Press Releases
68 11
Board of Directors--Profit Plan
1968
68 12
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Questionnaires
68 13
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Rainbow Springs Lodge
Map, brochure.
68 14
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Speeches
Given by J. Willard Marriott and by Roy Abernathy.
1965-1968
68 15-30
American Motors Corporation, Board of Directors--Stock Information
1958-1975
68 31
American Motors Corporation, Vehicles
Pricing, correspondence, automobile accidents, invoices.
68 32
American Motors Corporation, Miscellaneous
69 1
Apostasy
"Apostasy from the Truth," by Ezra Taft Benson from September 1949 General Conference; 1948 radio address reprints from the Deseret News by J. Reuben Clark, Jr., miscellaneous notes.
69 2
Apples
Letter dated 1950 detailing shipment of apples.
69 3
Appreciation
Poem Tell Him Now.
69 4
Artists
Correspondence with artists completing or being considered to complete art for the Marriotts, and correspondence about paintings purchased by the Marriotts.
69 5
Arizona
Brochures and pamphlets concerning Arizona resorts and accommodations, correspondence to Mr. Marriott concerning the Camelback Inn, map, Camelback Inn brochures, rate information, articles.
1948-1955
69 6
Authority
Newspaper and magazine articles, notes.
69 7
Automobiles
Virginia driver's manual, correspondence, service policy, invoice, registration.
1948-1956
69 8
B
Articles on brotherhood, business, Brigham Young University, invention of the atom bomb, program from Senator Wallace F. Bennett Appreciation Dinner March 1974
69 9
Banks
Various annual reports, newspaper articles.
69 10
Baptism
Talk by Mr. Marriott, instructions for Mormon baptisms performed in the Washington Stake.
69 11
Beehive Hall of Fame
Programs, speech.
1982-1983
69 12
Beehive House
Pamphlet detailing the layout and use of the house.
69 13
Captain Mervyn S. Bennion
Memorial service program February 15, 1942, music "For God and Home" by Clarence S. Jarvis, miscellaneous remarks, speech by Mr. Marriott at funeral services, obituary.
69 14
Ezra Taft Benson
Newspaper articles criticizing Benson's affiliation with the John Birch Society and affiliation with Eisenhower, report by Don C. Corbett about Benson's visit to Berlin, various speeches.
1944-1963
69 15
Bible
Newspaper and magazine articles concerning the Bible, press release concerning 1947 discovery of ancient Hebrew scrolls found in a Jericho cave, Mr. Marriott's notes concerning history of the Bible.
69 16
Bicentennial Committee
Review of proposal for National Capitol Historic Region celebration, press release concerning task force findings, newspaper articles.
1970-1972
69 17
Bicentennial Committee
National Capitol Historic Region correspondence and newsletters.
1973-1976
69 18
Birds
69 19
Board of Trade
Memoranda, reports, meeting minutes, officers and directors list, annual reports, membership cards, amendments to by-laws, membership directory, newspaper articles.
1964-1982
69 20-24
Helen Boehm
Correspondence concerning porcelain gifts and goods purchased by the Marriotts.
1973-1979
69 25
The Bolshoi Ballet
Programs, newspaper articles.
1959
69 26
Bonus
70 1-2
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Newspaper and Magazine Articles
Topics include Book of Mormon archaeology and doctrine, the wheel in ancient America.For additional information on Book of Mormon archaeology see the Thomas Stuart Ferguson correspondence files in box 17.
1944-1946
70 3
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Correspondence
Book of Mormon archaeological research by Ferguson and others, Mr. Marriott's financial support, Mexican and Guatemalan trip reports.
1945-1946
70 4
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Correspondence
Concerning Ferguson's research on Book of Mormon archaeology, expeditions, Mr. Marriott's financial backing, letter to President George Albert Smith concerning trip to Mexico and Guatemala.
1947
70 5
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Correspondence
Concerning Ferguson's presentation to General Authorities about Book of Mormon archaeology, Ferguson's research and paper entitled "Suggestions for Making Greater and More Effective Use of the Book of Mormon," J. Reuben Clark letter concerning Book of Mormon archaeology, letter from First Presidency to Mr. Marriott concerning Arlington H. Mallery's research.
1948-1950
70 6
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Correspondence
Letter and notes concerning Arlington H. Mallery's research, correspondence concerning approval of Ferguson's research, Ferguson's research, the First Presidency's denial for archaeological research funding, Ferguson's search for corporate and private sponsors, pamphlet concerning formation of New World Archaeological Foundation, Ferguson's request for Mr. Marriott's help in obtaining permission to use military helicopters for expedition to Mexico and denial due to Korean Conflict, correspondence from Ezra Taft Benson to Mr. Marriott concerning paper submitted to First Presidency by Ferguson and Milton R. Hunter entitled "Plan for Archaeological Work in an Important Zone in Middle America."
1951-1952
70 7
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Correspondence
Ferguson's Mexico expedition field report, Pedro Armillas' field reports, Ferguson's request for financial assistance for the New World Archaeological Foundation, acknowledgement of receipt of contribution to the New World Archaeological Foundation, Ferguson's report to First Presidency on excavation, Ferguson's handwritten letter to Mr. Marriott explaining his reason for Book of Mormon research, Ferguson's request and Mr. Marriott's refusal for financing for book, One Fold and One Shepherd, Ferguson's rebuttal.
1953-1958
70 8
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Expeditions
Itineraries, immunization information, transportation, supplies, maps, unidentified visit report for A. H. Mallery.
70 9
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Report on Mexico and Guatemala.
1946-1950
70 10
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Thomas Stuart Ferguson
New World Archaeological Foundation petition to Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, copies of various letters from researchers concerning Ferguson's research, pictures of Book of Mormon figurines, map.
1953
70 11
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Maps
70 12-13
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Personal Notes
Mr. Marriott's research notes on Book of Mormon archaeology.
70 14
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Travel
Brochures and pamphlets from Mexico.
70 15
Book of Mormon Archaeology, Miscellaneous
Pamphlets, Challenge the Book of Mormon Makes to the World, 34 points proving the truthfulness of the Book of Mormon, copy of David Whitmer's final testimony, other miscellaneous items.
71 1-12
Book of Mormon--Hotel Placement Program
Correspondence, memoranda, invoices.Materials concerning placement of copies of the Book of Mormon in Marriott hotel rooms during the 1970s and 1980s.
71 13
Books
Lists to read, list of books owned by the Marriotts.
71 14
Boots
Order information for Mr. Marriott's custom-made cowboy boots, color samples and foot measurements.
71 15
Boy Scouts of America
Thirteen-page paper by Mr. Marriott entitled "Scouting--Builder of Men," newspaper articles, December 1955 issue of Scouting magazine, letter to Mr. Marriott from Boy Scouts of America headquarters.
1944-1975
71 16
Branding Irons
Article from Life magazine concerning branding.
71 17
Brigham Young University--Correspondence
Correspondence concerning students from Washington Stake, invitation for Mr. Marriott to speak, concerning Ben Lewis' attendance at the University, letters between Mr. Marriott and Ernest L. Wilkinson, enrollment statistics, scholarships, letter from Israeli man concerning Ferguson's book One Fold and One Shepherd.
1949-1975
71 18
Brigham Young University--Fusion Power
Correspondence, reports, technical needs.
1974
71 19-27
Brigham Young University--National Advisory Council
Correspondence, council member lists and brochure, minutes, miscellaneous pamphlets.
1958-1978
71 28-35
Brigham Young University--National Development Committee
Agenda, committee list, correspondence, minutes, newspaper articles, press release, resolution.
1966-1974
71 36
Brigham Young University--Miscellaneous
Newspaper articles from the Marriott Center dedication and Mr. Marriott's honorary doctorate, commencement program and invitation, David O. McKay Building dedication program, brochures about "Lectures on Executive Policy."
1951-1973
72 1
Cameras
Brochures, correspondence concerning cameras and photography.
72 2
Canada
Brochures, correspondence.
72 3
Catholicism
Articles, correspondence, pamphlets.
72 4-5
Chaplains--Appointment Requirements
Criteria, applications, appointments pending, correspondence concerning appointment of Mormon chaplains, regulations, procedures, and Mr. Marriott's personal notes.
1960-1965
72 6
Chaplains--Army
Correspondence concerning chaplaincy program at West Point Military Academy.
1961-1962
72 7-8
Chaplains--Wallace F. Bennett
Robert Foster Bennett's (Wallace's son) 1958 application for chaplaincy and related correspondence, regulations and policies concerning Mormon chaplains, paper entitled "Religious Freedom in the Armed Services," qualifications of chaplains from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Bennett's denial for chaplaincy, letter from Bruce R. McConkie regarding religious freedom and chaplaincy.
1958-1961
72 9
Chaplains--Joseph F. Boone
Correspondence concerning Boone's use of Mr. Marriott's file on Mormon Church military relations for doctoral dissertation.
1974-1975
72 10
Chaplains--Joseph F. Boone
Appointment of chaplains, roster, correspondence with Harold B. Lee and Ernest L. Wilkinson, Mormon chaplain's questionnaire.
1946-1958
72 11
Chaplains--Joseph F. Boone
Ecclesiastical endorsements, correspondence.
1950-1954
72 12
Chaplains--Joseph F. Boone
General Chaplains Committee of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, correspondence concerning committee business and policies.
1951-1957
72 13
Chaplains--Joseph F. Boone
Miscellaneous correspondence regarding procurement of chaplains, memorandum concerning general commission on chaplains.
1950-1954
72 14
Chaplains--Joseph F. Boone
Servicemen's program, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints statistics and reports.
1952-1953
72 15
Chaplains--Joseph F. Boone
Miscellaneous correspondence, speech by Ralph W. Hardy to the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America at the eighth annual Religious Broadcasting Workshop in 1953, correspondence regarding Mormon chaplain quota, correspondence and pamphlets on Protestant Unified curriculum.
1947-1965
72 16
Chaplains--Conference of Ecclesiastical Endorsing Agents for the Armed Forces
Robert B. Pirie Jr. speech, newsletter, army memorandum, parish development, chaplain overseas availability roster, program support guide, information regarding publication of a manual for ecclesiastical endorsers, Armed Forces Chaplains Board organizational chart, responsibilities, and actions, treasurer's report, registrants, statistics, memorandum and order detailing legal action against John T. Shiel.
1978
72 17
Chaplains--Department of Defense Rulings
Notes, correspondence concerning group leaders, general policies.
1961-1962
72 18
Chaplains--Department of Defense Rulings
Notes, correspondence concerning group leaders, general policies, qualifications, applicants, rosters.
1965
72 19
Chaplains--Informational Brochures
72 20-24
Chaplains--Group Leaders, Correspondence
Regarding specific group leader appointments, form letter from the First Presidency concerning duplicate membership records for itinerant Mormon Church members.
1960-1961
72 25
Chaplains--Group Leaders: Directory
1965
72 26
Chaplains--Group Leaders: Certification Procedures
72 27
Chaplains--Group Leaders: Miscellaneous
Appointments, procedures and policies, Mr. Marriott's notes.
73 1-5
Chaplains: Qualifications--Correspondence
1948-1967
73 6
Chaplains: Qualifications--Reports, April 1960
"Data and Documentation Relative to Religious Freedom to Latter-day Saint Servicemen."
73 7
Chaplains: Qualifications--Rosters
73 8
Chaplains: Qualifications--Miscellaneous
Mr. Marriott's notes, memoranda, newsletter.
1960-1961
73 9
Chaplains: Reports
"The Future of the Christian Churches in the 1970s."
73 10-11
Chaplains: Reports, Fall 1978 and Winter 1979
Military Chaplains' Review.
73 12-30
Chaplains: Rosters
1958-1981
73 31
Chaplains: Second Lieutenant Program
Purpose and requirements, correspondence, applicants.
1962-1968
73 32
Chaplains: Smith, Phillip C.
Data sheet, correspondence.
1962
73 33
Chaplains: Miscellaneous
Newsletters, Utah State Society Directory, itineraries, syllabi, transcript of Howard Nielson interview July 4, 1971 on WEEI radio.
74 1
Character
Newspaper articles, speeches, notes.
74 2
Chastity
Newspaper articles, speeches.
74 3-4
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company
Correspondence, meeting announcements, minutes, organizational chart, questionnaire.
1959-1965
74 5
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company
Memoranda, correspondence, board meeting information, statement of Richard R. Hough before Communications Subcommittee of the Committee on Commerce.
1966
74 6-9
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company
Minutes, correspondence, meeting schedules, itinerary.
1967-1970
74 10
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, Miscellaneous
Directories, officers, meeting schedules, directors.
74 11
Chevy Chase Ward--Building Fund
Map, correspondence, reports, contributions c. 1941-1946, solicitation of funds.
74 12
Chevy Chase Ward--Mailing List
74 13-15
Chevy Chase Ward--Newsletters
1976-1979
74 16
Chevy Chase Ward--Teachers' Program
Letters from presiding bishopric and Mr. Marriott.
74 17
Chevy Chase Ward--Miscellaneous
Program from 1954 Easter Services, picture of Mormon Church.
74 18
Madame Chiang
Article.
74 19
China
Article.
74 20
Christ
Articles, stories, Mr. Marriott's research notes, speeches.
74 21
Christianity
Speech draft, notes, Joseph F. Merrill speech.
75 1
Christmas--Mormon Church-Related Materials
Program, letters from stake presidency and bishoprics.
1951-1969
75 2
Christmas--Pageant of Peace
Minutes, board of directors, newsletter, invitation, correspondence, memoranda, hotel reservation information, meeting notices, program.
1975
75 3
Christmas--Pageant of Peace
Meeting notice, minutes, history.
1976
75 4
Christmas--Pageant of Peace
Program, invitation, history, correspondence, minutes, meeting notice.
1977
75 5
Christmas--Pageant of Peace
Program, roster, Arthur J. (Art) Lamb obituary, minutes, meeting notices.
1978
75 6-8
Christmas--Poetry and Prose
75 9
Christmas--Miscellaneous
Personal notes, articles.
75 10
Scientist Church of Christ
Article.
75 11
Church of God
Articles regarding various churches.
75 12
Federation of Churches
Articles, personal notes.
75 13
Citizens for a New Prosperity--Activities
Analysis and report.
1971-1972
75 14-15
Citizens for a New Prosperity--Correspondence
1971-1972
75 16
Citizens for a New Prosperity--Financial Records
Reports, financial summaries, liabilities, salary schedules.
1971
75 17
Citizens for a New Prosperity--Financial Records
Donations received, tax information, receipts and expenditures.
1972
75 18
Citizens for a New Prosperity--Newsletters
1971-1972
75 19
Citizens for a New Prosperity--Propaganda
Fact sheet, background paper, bumper stickers, advertisement.
75 20
Citizens for a New Prosperity--Miscellaneous
Correspondence, reports, resumes, press releases, articles.
76 1-3
Clothing--Correspondence
1950-1981
76 4
Clothing--Invoices and Receipts
1950s-1960s
76 5
Clothing--Miscellaneous
76 6-12
Clubs--Alfalfa Club
Charles A. Halleck speech, programs, seating assignments, and invitations from annual anniversary dinners.
1956-1972
76 13
Clubs--Boy Scouts of America
National Capital Area Council rosters, Goshen Scout Camps Dedication, program and related information, Scouter Digests, information about Mark Evans' receipt of the Scouter of the Year Award, correspondence, Mr. Marriott's Scouter of the Year Award.
1957-1975
76 14
Clubs--Boy Scouts of America
Annual report, rosters, committee assignments.
1973-1976
76 15
Clubs--Burning Tree Club
Clubhouse improvement program, officers, minutes, club events, club history, membership.
1944-1979
76 16
Clubs--Capitol Hill Club
Stock certificate, certificate of incorporation, by-laws, rules, list of officers and members.
1953-1954
76 17
Clubs--Columbia Country Club
By-laws, membership list, annual meeting minutes, annual report.
1955-1957
76 18
Clubs--Indian Creek Country Club
Yearbooks, club rosters, charter, by-laws, annual reports, golf events.
1955-1982
76 19
Clubs--Paradise Valley Country Club
Yearbook, roster, by-laws.
1967-1974
76 20
Clubs--Windjammer Club
Newsletters, club rules, dues.
1962-1967
76 21
Irvin S. Cobb
Obituary.
1944
76 22
Commandments
Sermon by J. Reuben Clark Jr.
1947
76 23
Communism
Anti-communism propaganda, rules of procedure for investigation of subversive activities, translation of anti-Mormon article from Soviet newspaper, Mr. Marriott's research notes, newspaper article.
1949-1954
77 1
Conference on Inflation, Conference Report
77 2
Conference on Inflation, "Fighting Inflation and Promoting Growth"
Report.
1976
77 3
Conference on Inflation, "Science, Technology and the Economy"
Report.
77 4-6
Conference on Inflation, Summaries
77 7
Conference on Inflation, Transcripts for the Business and Industry Conference on Inflation
77 8-9
Conference on Inflation, Miscellaneous
Agendas, correspondence, delegate information, speech, personal notes, miscellaneous reports.
78 1
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Attendance Lists
78 2-6
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Correspondence
1954-1955
78 7
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Eglin Air Force Base
Program, Air Force manual, Mr. Marriott's certificate, General Electric jet brochure, passenger guide.
78 8
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Fort Benning Infantry School
Menu, certificate, schedule and program
78 9
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--General Information
Background sketches of speakers and base commanders, conference procedure, security policy, newspaper articles.
78 10
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Pensacola Naval Air Training Command
Escort list, schedule.
78 11
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--The Pentagon
Building description.
1954
78 12
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Personal Notes
Mr. Marriott's typed notes on the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference dated November 28, 1954, and a small notebook.
78 13
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Quantico Marine Corps School
Informational brochure, certificate, newspaper and magazine about the school.
78 14
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Program and Schedule
78 15
Joint Civilian Orientation Conference--Miscellaneous
Newsletter, name tags, business cards.
78 16
Conferences--Miscellaneous
Mr. Marriott's notes from Stake and General Conferences, some articles.
1943-1949
78 17
Congress
Articles, pamphlet protesting margarine tax, and a copy of Governmental Affairs Legislative Daily newsletter.
1940-1949
78 18
Consistency
Article.
1944
78 19
Constitution
Postcards with quotes from Joseph Smith, Jr. and Brigham Young concerning the constitution, copy of the article "The Case Against Federal Union Then," by Captain John F. Schmidt.
78 20
Personal Contributions
Mr. Marriott's contribution receipts from the Mormon Church for the Eastern States Mission, Washington Building Committee, Idaho Falls Temple, tithing, organ fund, building funds, contribution statements.
1931-1953
78 21
Courage
Articles.
78 22
Samuel P. Cowley
J. Edgar Hoover statement.
78 23
Crime
Uniform Crime Reports for the United States and Its Possessions, J. Edgar Hoover lecture "Secularism--A Breeder of Crime," J. Edgar Hoover paper "How the FBI Finds Disloyal Government Workers," miscellaneous articles and J. Edgar Hoover speeches and addresses.
79 1
D
Dance step list.
79 2
Dead Sea Scrolls
Article from Church News.
1958
79 3
Death
Sermon by Richard L. Evans delivered as "The Spoken Word."
1945
79 4
Decisions
Article by Senator Irving M. Ives.
1954
79 5
Defense Orientation Conference Association
Conference schedules, attendance lists, membership list, programs, bulletins.
1955-1959
79 6
Defense Orientation Conference Association
Bulletins, correspondence, meeting notices, dues, attendance roster, seating, membership cards.
1960-1969
79 7
Defense Orientation Conference Association
Bulletins, correspondence, history, constitution and by-laws, membership cards, meetings notices.
1970-1979
79 8
Defense Orientation Conference Association
Correspondence, report and directory, newsletter, Defense magazine, meeting notices.
1980-1982
79 9
Defense Orientation Conference Association
Defense magazine, annual reports and directories, correspondence, meeting notices, newsletters.
1983-1984
79 10
Delinquency--Juvenile
Report of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, The Boys Club Bulletin pamphlet, "The World's Crisis" speech by L. McMenanmin, newspaper articles.
1943-1958
79 11
Democracy
"The Battle for Democracy" speech by M. Lynn Bennion.
1945
79 12
Destination
Articles.
79 13
Discipline
Article by Channing Pollock.
79 14
Dispensation of Fullness of Times
Articles.
79 15
District of Columbia
Extracts from remarks made by Rufus S. Lusk before a Sub-committee of the House of Representatives Committee on the District of Columbia and newspaper articles.
1949-1953
79 16
Divorce
Articles.
1923-1948
79 17
Dogs
License and pedigree information, pedigree information, vaccination records and tags for dogs owned by the Marriotts.
1946-1958
79 18
Dun and Bradstreet Incorporated
Reports on Equity Oil Company.
1949
80 1
Easter
Booklet of prose and poetry, letter, article.
80 2
Education
Humor, articles, statistics, Mr. Marriott's notes, speech by John E. Brown entitled "Common Sense or Chaos," article on sex education.
80 3
Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower
Paperwork concerning temple work for Dwight and Mamie Doud Eisenhower, Felix de Weldon speech delivered at Eisenhower bust dedication at the Kennedy Center, correspondence from the Eisenhowers to Mr. Marriott, Mr. Marriott's account of his visit to the White House in 1959.
1957-1982
80 4
Elijah
Joseph Fielding Smith's radio speech delivered on KSL radio.
1944
80 5
Endure to the End
Mr. Marriott's notes.
80 6
England
Prophecy by Orson Pratt to the inhabitants of Great Britain, United Kingdom income tax information for October 1948, newspaper articles, condensed text of Winston Churchill's 1942 speech, and a series of six articles reproduced from the Washington Post entitled "Britain's Home Front" by Agnes E. Meyer.
80 7
Equality
Articles.
80 8
Equipment
Warranties, Mr. Marriott's equipment invoices, instructional manuals, for dictaphones, razors, telephones, movie projectors, cameras, radios, typewriters, catalogs for home and office equipment.
80 9
Europe
Speeches, articles, Mr. Marriott's 1953 travel journal, German travel brochure, letter.
80 10
Evil
Articles, Mr. Marriott's personal notes.
80 11
Executives
"Little Sketches of Great Thinkers" by Frank Romer and "Joys of an Executive" soliloquy by H. A. Moses.
80 12
Exemplary Manhood Award
Speech, notes, drafts and copies of Mr. Marriott's speech.
1964
80 13
F
Notes for conducting funeral services of John K. Cannon in 1955,1968 article about Robert V. Fleming.
80 14
Faith
"Rays of Living Light" by Charles W. Penrose, speech notes, articles, personal notes.
80 15
Faith
Notes and cards on Articles of Faith.
80 16
Family
"Family Solidarity" sermon by Stephen L. Richards from 1944, "Family Hour" program, articles, papers compiled by Christella Naylor entitled "The Need for Family Unity."
80 17
Farming
United States Department of Agriculture Farmer's Bulletin pamphlet about equipment for beef cattle and sheep, beef production, disease in sheep and goats, sheep breeds, Ezra Taft Benson speech entitled "The Record of Farm Progress."
1938-1956
80 18
Farming--Church Welfare
Correspondence between Mr. Marriott and Mormon Church Welfare Committee concerning purchase and insurance for Washington Stake Welfare Farm.
1954
80 19
Fasting
History, articles, personal notes.
80 20
Fears
"Unsilenced Fears," a radio address by Richard L. Evans.
1944
81 1-5
Federal City Council
The Federal City Council was established to promote and strengthen community development efforts in the Washington, D.C. area. These files illustrate Mr. Marriott's involvement with the council and its programs.Membership lists.
1982-1983
81 6
Federal City Council
Memoranda.
1972-1983
81 7
Federal City Council
Minutes.
1974
81 8
Federal City Council
Minutes.
1978
81 9-11
Federal City Council
Minutes.
1981-1983
81 12
Federal City Council--Reports
Civic Center Proposal.
April 1977
81 13
Federal City Council--Reports
"A Short-Term Heroin Strategy for the District of Columbia," by Ivan Selin.
1983
81 14
Federal City Council--Reports
"Summary of Draft Preliminary Proposal for a U. S. International Cultural and Trade Center."
1983
81 15
Federal City Council--Miscellaneous
Correspondence, pamphlets.
81 16
First National City Bank
National division organization booklet.
1965
81 17
Fishing
Travel brochures and pamphlets, map, correspondence.
1940-1947
81 18
Florida
Correspondence and realty catalogs about apartments in Florida.
1965-1968
81 19
Food Crisis
Statistics.
1966
81 20
Foreign Aid
Newspaper article from the Washington Post.
1973
81 21
France
Articles, letters.
81 22
Freedom
Articles, press release, notes.
81 23
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge
National awards program.
1979
81 24
Friendship
Articles and stories.
82 1
G
Miscellaneous materials on greed, gossip, and gold.
82 2
General Authorities
Articles.
1931-1944
82 3
Golf
82 4
Gospel
Articles.
82 5
Government Controls
Notes, articles.
82 6-8
Billy Graham
Correspondence, includes a copy of a 1980 letter to Billy Graham explaining the doctrine of the godhead.
1968-1978
82 9
Heber J. Grant
Reproductions of signatures, sermons and articles written by Grant, obituaries.
1878-1943
82 10-11
"Great America on the Mall"
Correspondence to celebrities, press releases, newspaper articles, notes, memoranda, invitation, letterhead, schedule of events, reservation list.
1976
82 12
Gridiron Club
Dinner program and seating arrangement.
1948
82 13
Gottlieb Grossen
Correspondence concerning problems with genealogical research and request for Mr. Marriott's help.
1953
82 14
Guns
Catalogs, articles, invoices, handbooks.
1950-1955
82 15
H
Notes.
82 16
Happiness
Articles, notes.
82 17
Harvard Business School
Correspondence, informational brochures.
82 18
Hawaii
Articles, informational brochures, bills, map, One Hundred Years of Mormonism in Hawaii.
1850-1950
82 19
Health
Articles, pamphlets, and note from Ezra Taft Benson concerning electronic or ionic analysis, humor on aging and health.
83 1
Mary Frances Hodsen
Correspondence concerning personal problems of Frances Mary and daughter Mary Ann, requests for financial assistance.
1973-1980
83 2
Holy Ghost
Article, notes.
83 3
Home
Articles.
83 4
Home Teaching
Monthly reports.
1970-1973
83 5
Honesty
Humor.
83 6-7
Bob Hope--Correspondence
Concerning "Thanks for the Memories" tribute dinner for Bob Hope, committee lists, reservation information, invitation, tickets, also correspondence concerning the United Service Organization, miscellaneous celebrations, personal correspondence.
1971-1979
83 8
Bob Hope--Miscellaneous
United Service Organizations brochure, newsletters, solicitor's guide, letterhead, pledge cards.
83 9
Horatio Alger Award
Correspondence, pamphlet.
1972-1973
83 10
Horatio Alger Award
Correspondence, pamphlet, press release, newspaper articles, Mr. Marriott's remarks, notes regarding Mr. Marriott's receipt of award.
1974
83 11
Horatio Alger Award
Correspondence, invitation.
1975
83 12
Horatio Alger Award
Correspondence, pamphlet, program.
1976
83 13
Horatio Alger Award
Correspondence, pamphlet.
1977
83 14
Horatio Alger Award
Correspondence, pamphlet, invitation.
1978
83 15
Horatio Alger Award
Correspondence, schedule of events, pamphlet.
1979
83 16
Horses
Lists of horses for sale, correspondence with breeders, pedigree chart.
1950
83 17
Housing
Article concerning minority housing in Washington D.C., newsletters from the Washington Housing Association.
1943-1944
83 18
Howe Services Incorporated
Memoranda and general information about the company.
1968
83 19
Hunting--Africa
Correspondence dated 1963-1967 concerning safaris, brochures.
83 20
Hunting--Canada
Brochures and general information about Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
1948-1955
83 21
Hunting--Colorado
Map, bag limits, regulations.
1952
83 22
Hunting--Correspondence
Regarding hunting invitations, guns, taxidermy.
1947-1955
83 23
Hunting--Equipment
Correspondence, catalogs, general information.
83 24
Hunting--Idaho
Map, regulations, outfitters and guide lists.
1955
83 25
Hunting--Maryland
Hunter's guide, Great Oaks Lodge information, map.
1949-1955
83 26
Hunting--Newspaper Articles
83 27
Hunting--Vietnam
General information concerning hunting in Vietnam.
83 28
Hunting--Virginia
Season schedule, regulations, licenses.
1949-1960
83 29
Hunting--Miscellaneous
Notes, guest lists, maps, equipment list, receipts, catalog.
84 1
I
Letters concerning people investigating Mormon Church, articles about indecision, immortality.
84 2
Independence Day
Poetry, prose, unidentified speech.
84 3
Indians--Native American
Article, pamphlets.
84 4
Insurance
Correspondence concerning premiums for life insurance, general information, insurance worksheets.
1945-1955
84 5
International Educational Broadcasting
Board of directors meeting agenda, statistics, board of directors and officer lists.
1965-1970
84 6
Jews
Article condensed from American Magazine entitled "We Jews," and "A Radio Discussion of Anti-Semitism A Threat to American Unity."
1935-1941
84 7
Jokes
84 8
K
Letter regarding appointment of Harold Kay, copies of "The Kiplinger Washington Letter," information concerning Mr. Marriott's knife purchases, Foster Kunz's line of priesthood authority.
84 9
Kane, Pennsylvania
Materials regarding Thomas L. Kane statue, article, correspondence, notes, Mr. Marriott's speech, biographical material about Kane, Kane Chapel slide presentation script.
1972
84 10
Spencer W. Kimball
Articles, sermon entitled "The Vision," tribute, certificate and program regarding Lamanite Memorial, program from 85th birthday celebration.
1970s-1980s
84 11
L
Articles regarding loyalty and life, The Lincoln Ideals booklet dated 1959, article about Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin's scheme of life.
84 12
Last Days
Notes, articles.
1943-1945
84 13
Leadership
Article, prose.
84 14
Harold B. Lee
Articles, sermon given by Lee at Washington Stake Conference.
84 15
Love
Article.
84 16
M
Letter to Mr. Marriott from George Mossman, newspaper articles about David O. McKay.
84 17
Marriage
Articles.
84 18
Marriott Associates Financial Planning
Memoranda, business information report.
1969-1972
84 19
Paul M. Marriott
Letters regarding Paul Marriott's company standing and family problems.
1949-1952
84 20
Wells Clark Marriott
Correspondence regarding Wells Clark's complaint with the company.
84 21
Martyrdom
Article regarding martyrdom of Joseph Smith, Jr..
84 22
Medical Procedures
Correspondence from Victor M. Posada to various individuals about his Depolaray method of treating illnesses.
1945-1946
84 23
Memorial Day
Speech outline, personal handwritten notes, articles.
84 24
Mexico
Brochures, travel information, Mr. Marriott's notes, correspondence from Tom Ferguson regarding expedition.
1947
84 25
Mexico
National Geographic articles.
1941-1947
85 1
Military Relations Committee
Copy of a letter from David O. McKay regarding formation of General Church Chaplain's Committee for the Mormon Church.
1957
85 2
Military Relations Committee
Correspondence and memoranda regarding Mormon chaplains in military, drafts of qualifications lists.
1966-1967
85 3-4
Military Relations Committee
Memoranda, correspondence, records of pastoral acts performed by Methodist chaplains and referred to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Mr. Marriott's notes, endorsements, activity summary.
1968-1969
85 5-6
Military Relations Committee
Correspondence, memoranda, chaplain assignments.
1970-1971
85 7
Military Relations Committee
State marriage law requirements chart, First Presidency statement sent to Bertram D. Golbert in response to his questions about race relations in the Mormon Church and the denial of the priesthood to blacks.
1972
85 8
Military Relations Committee
Includes minutes from chaplain's meeting held in conjunction with October Mormon General Conference.
1973
85 9
Military Relations Committee
Applicant letters, Paul R. Armstrong's racial discrimination complaints against the Mormon Church.
1974
85 10
Military Relations Committee
U. S. Navy Chaplain Corps Bureau of Naval Personnel newsletter, letter regarding black chaplains.
1975
85 11
Military Relations Committee
Mr. Marriott's report on visits to Chief of Chaplains.
1976
85 12
Military Relations Committee
Correspondence clarifying ecclesiastical endorsement policies, procedures, chaplain rosters, chaplaincy requests.
1977
85 13
Military Relations Committee
Proposed doctoral program in marriage and family counseling for Mormon chaplains, chaplaincy requests.
1978
85 14
Military Relations Committee
1979
85 15
Military Relations Committee--Miscellaneous
85 16
Millennial Star
1938
85 17
Millennium
Article.
1948
85 18
Miracles
Brochure about Grace Johnson and her lectures on Mormonism.
1947
85 19
Missions
Statistics, Washington Stake missionary plan, articles, map detailing Mormonism's spread to Europe c. 1850s.
1940-1960s
85 20
Missouri
General information.
1800-1840
85 21
Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Bills, correspondence, contributions, television broadcast program schedule.
1970-1983
85 22
Mormonism
Mr. Marriott's notes, pamphlets, articles, speeches and outlines, James E. Talmage sermon entitled "The Philosophical Basis of Mormonism" delivered before the 1915 Congress of Religious Philosophies.
1915-1940s
85 23
Mother
Poetry, articles, prose.
85 24
Music
Brochure of the Utah Centennial Chorus, lyrics and music of "O My Father Thou That Dwellest in the High and Glorious Place!" Undated.
85 25
Mutual Improvement Association
Lesson plans, correspondence.
86 1
National Association of Manufacturers--Annual Report
1972
86 2
National Association of Manufacturers--Board of Directors
Roster, meeting schedule.
1964
86 3
National Association of Manufacturers--Constitution and By-Laws
1962
86 4-6
National Association of Manufacturers--Correspondence
General business, meeting information.
1962-1971
86 7
National Association of Manufacturers--Directory
1970
86 8
National Association of Manufacturers--Miscellaneous
Name tag, notes, pamphlets, dinner programs.
86 9
National Association of Refrigerated Warehouses
Informational brochure.
86 10
National Commission Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Program.
1983
86 11
National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
Informational brochures and pamphlets.
1943-1944
86 12
National Prayer Breakfast
General information, entries, programs, correspondence, reports.
1972-1973
86 13
National Restaurant Association--Annual Reports
1973-1974
86 14
National Restaurant Association--Committee Assignments
1983-1984
86 15-21
National Restaurant Association--Correspondence
1964-1983
86 22
National Restaurant Association--Directors Manual
1960-1977
86 23
National Restaurant Association--Membership Dues
1967
86 24-26
National Restaurant Association--Memoranda
1964-1983
87 1
National Restaurant Association--Minutes
1968
87 2
National Restaurant Association--Press Releases
1968-1970
87 3
National Restaurant Association--Rosters
87 4-5
National Restaurant Association--Status Reports
1977-1983
87 6
National Restaurant Association--Miscellaneous
Articles, news bulletins, talk by Patrick O'Malley.
87 7
National State Bank
Annual reports, computer banking brochure.
1963
88 1
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Advisory Committee
88 2-9
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Balance Sheets
1962-1970
88 10-22
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Correspondence
Regarding development, history, research, project problems, Mormon Church support, planning, meeting notices, dedication.
1962-1978
88 23
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Genealogical Research
88 24
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Maps and Illustrations
Restoration plans, city layout, illustrations, city maps.
88 25
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Memoranda
First Presidency meeting notes.
1967
88 26-27
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Minutes
1963-1971
88 28
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated, Nauvoo
Script for motion picture by the Brigham Young Department of Motion Picture Production, 1970 revision.
88 29
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated: Newspaper Articles
1962-1979
89 1
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated: Printed Materials
Pamphlets and brochures.
89 2
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated: Project, Purpose, and Operational Outline
April 1963
89 3
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Project Schedule
1969
89 4-5
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
Annual report.
1968-1969
89 6
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
"Archaeological Excavations in the Temple Basement," by Virginia S. Harrington.
1967
89 7
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
"Archaeological Excavations at the Webb Blacksmith and Wagon Shop," by J. C. Harrington.
1967-1968
89 8
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
"Interim Report on the Archaeological Excavations at the Edwin D. Webb Site," by Virginia S. Harrington.
1967
89 9
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
"Report of Progress and Development by the President to the Board of Trustees of Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated."
1964
89 10
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
"Report on Archaeological Program," by J. C. Harrington.
1966
89 11
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
"Report on Nauvoo, Illinois."
1940
89 12
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Reports
Summary report by J. C. Harrington.
1967
89 13
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
"Nauvoo, Beautiful Place."
89 14
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
Old Salem Annual Report.
1964
89 15
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
Information about Old Sturbridge Village.
1961-1962
89 16
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
Picture Guide to Historic Plimouth.
1963
89 17
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
The Pilgrim Story.
1963
89 18
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
Plimoth Plantation Annual Report
1963
89 19
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
"Primer for Preservation" Leaflets.
89 20
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
Saugus Ironworks Restoration and Steel's Birthplace.
1958
89 21
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
Two Brochures About Williamsburg, Virginia.
89 22
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Research Materials
Brochures on Utah Pioneer Village, brochures regarding national historic landmarks, Family Recordings of Nauvoo, The Last Hours at Carthage, dedicatory program for the restored Heber C. Kimball home.
89 23
Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated:Miscellaneous
Memorandum regarding restoration process, general information on Nauvoo and Nauvoo Restoration Incorporated.
1960s
90 1
Obedience
Sermons, stories, and newspaper articles.
90 2
Frank W. Otterstrom
Historical research on Joseph Smith, Jr. and Wilford Woodruff, research materials on various Mormon Church topics and personalities compiled by Otterstrom.
90 3
P
Paper entitled "Looking Ahead," subjects of a patriotic nature, articles on prophets, prosperity, political humor about Jimmy Carter, article on popularity by Norman Vincent Peale.
90 4
Roland Parry
Correspondence and notes regarding recording project.
90 5
Peace
Poetry, prose, articles, Mr. Marriott's notes, sermons c. 1932-1938.
90 6
Pearl of Great Price
Article,1944 edition of book.
90 7
Perfection
Excerpts from speech by Mark E. Petersen, sermon by Mr. Marriott.
90 8
Persistence
Articles.
90 9
Peter
Mr. Marriott's notes.
90 10
Phi Delta Theta
Correspondence and one issue of The Scroll magazine.
1978
90 11
Pioneers
Correspondence and general information from 1947 regarding the Mormon Trail, American Adventure: Story of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806 dated 1945; Wagons Southwest: Story of Old Trail to Santa Fe brochure dated 1946; Old Mormon Trail schedule of events and tour itinerary; Congressional Record entry dated March 19,1947 by Elbert D. Thomas entitled "The Meaning of the Mormon Migration in American History." Corresponding posters and maps for these materials are housed in Map Folder 8.
90 12
Power
Article.
90 13
Orson Pratt
Newspaper articles.
90 14
Prayer
Articles, poetry, prose, Mr. Marriott's notes.
90 15
Pre-Existence
Article.
90 16
Preparedness
Article.
90 17
Priesthood
Articles, quorum and leadership meeting notes, sermon draft.
90 18
Aaronic Priesthood
Articles.
90 19
Melchizedek Priesthood
Washington Stake reports, organizational charts, articles.
90 20
Primary
Report of Discourses from the 49th Annual Primary Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City in 1955, article.
90 21
Primitive Church
Article.
90 22
Property
Memoranda, tax information, miscellaneous information regarding Mr. Marriott's real estate holdings and transactions.
1952-1980
90 23
Prosperity
Article.
90 24
Public Speaking
Articles, advice on speaking.
91 1
R
Radio Free Europe pamphlet In the Cold War, 1959 article about Stephen L. Richards, article on restraint.
91 2
Railroad Schedules
1948-1951
91 3
Relief Society
Washington Stake Relief Society statistics, article.
91 4
Religion
Mr. Marriott's notes, articles, National Education Association Research Division papers on law and religious education, sermons.
1940s-1950s
91 5-10
Religious Heritage of America
Correspondence, invitation, personal notes, press releases, programs, speech.
1971
91 11
Religious Heritage of America
Miscellaneous brochures, pamphlets, newspaper articles, booklet entitled Studies for Public Men.
1971
91 12
Religious Heritage of America
Press release, correspondence, program, newsletter, invitation.
1972
91 13
Religious Heritage of America
Programs, nomination form, brochures, pamphlets.
1973
91 14-18
Religious Heritage of America
Correspondence, programs, speeches, brochures, award recipients.
1974
91 19
Religious Heritage of America
Correspondence, award, recipients, newsletter.
1975-1978
91 20
Repentance
Article, Mr. Marriott's notes.
91 21
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Article by James A. Barksdale entitled, "Now Let Us Reason Together."
91 22
Restoration
Articles, notes.
91 23
Resurrection
Mr. Marriott's notes, articles, Mormon Church pamphlet The Plan of Salvation, by Elder John Morgan, various non-Mormon pamphlets and brochures.
91 24
Revelation
Mr. Marriott's notes, articles, and a series of five pamphlets entitled The Lord Hath Spoken, by B. H. Roberts, c. 1924.
91 25
Reward
Article.
91 26
Sidney Rigdon
Newspaper article.
1944
92 1-2
Riggs National Bank: Annual Reports
1963-1974
92 3
Riggs National Bank: Board of Directors and Committees of the Board
1962-1972
92 4
Riggs National Bank: By-Laws
1960s
92 5-14
Riggs National Bank: Correspondence
Regarding bank performance, meeting notices, bank business.
1960-1975
92 15
Riggs National Bank: Financial Reports
1964-1971
92 16
Riggs National Bank: Meeting Notices
1968-1975
92 17
Riggs National Bank: Memoranda
1966-1975
92 18
Riggs National Bank: Newsletters
1969
92 19
Riggs National Bank: Newspaper Articles
1948-1976
92 20
Riggs National Bank: Questionnaire
92 21
Riggs National Bank: Reports
Detailed descriptions of sales, purchases, and extensions made by the trust department.
1964
92 22
Riggs National Bank: "Duties and Liabilities of Directors of National Banks"
92 23
Riggs National Bank: "Our Trust Services"
92 24
Riggs National Bank: "Report of Examination of the Banking Department by the Examining Committee"
92 25
Riggs National Bank: Reports, Miscellaneous
Booklet, A Bank Director's Job, miscellaneous financial and stock and securities information, meeting schedule, Mr. Marriott's notes.
93 1
Lenore Romney
George Romney, former governor of Michigan, and his wife Lenore were close personal friends of the Marriotts. Items in folder 1 provide some documentation of Mrs. Romney's political activities. For information on George Romney, see box 167.Campaign flyer and letter from Mr. Marriott's endorsing Lenore in Michigan senatorial race, newspaper advertisement, correspondence from Lenore to the Marriotts, "Progress Report 1972, the National Urban Coalition."
93 2
Royal Ballet
Programs.
1952-1957
93 3
Russia--Guest List
For party in Washington, D.C. at Twin Bridge Motel.
1958
93 4
Russia--Newspaper Articles
About the food industry in Russia.
1957-1958
93 5
Russia--Personal Notes
Mr. Marriott's notes on trips to Russia, Norway, Finland, and Sweden; and the following papers: "Notes on Khrushchev," "Some Comments on a Trip to Russia and Czechoslovakia," "Conversation with Alexander Petrov."
93 6
Russia--Miscellaneous
Baggage tags, International Communism (The Communist Mind) 1957 pamphlet, Committee on Un-American Activities, letter in Russian dated 1957, translation of 1957 article by A. Smirnov about the United States restaurant industry, contrasts between American and Russian industries.
94 1
S
Memorandum to Mr. Marriott from Milton A. Barlow regarding stock held by the Marriott children, articles about Garland Fielding Smith and the Mormon Church's new First Presidency with Joseph Fielding Smith as president.
94 2
Sabbath
Sermon, notes.
94 3
Sacrament
Articles, bulletin sent to the Washington Stake about the importance of attendance at Sunday Sacrament meetings, letter from Abram H. Cannon to Bishop Joseph H. Tippets about proper administration of the sacrament.
1940s-1950s
94 4
Sacrifice
Sermon outline.
94 5
Sales Executives' Club
Newsletter Sales Sense, correspondence, various drafts of Mr. Marriott's speech delivered at Sales Executives' Club of Washington.
1960
94 6
Salvation
The Plan of Salvation, pamphlet by John Morgan dated 1931, Mr. Marriott's notes.
94 7
Science
Articles, speech by Charles C. W. Jedd "Are Science and Religion Incompatible?"
94 8
Security
Mr. Marriott's notes.
94 9
Service
Articles, prose, sermon, Mr. Marriott's notes.
94 10
Signs
Articles.
94 11
Sterling Sill--Speeches
"Set Apart," "Personal Work," "A Formula for Success," "The `P' Formula for Success," "Leadership Training."
94 12
Smile
Article.
94 13
George Albert Smith
Creed, testimony, articles.
1951
94 14-15
Joseph Smith
Newspaper articles, sermons, personal notes.
94 16
Joseph Smith Jr.--Miscellaneous
"The Divine Mission of Joseph Smith" by John A. Widtsoe,Undated; "Contributions of Joseph Smith," sermon by Stephen L. Richards,Undated; a book of undated souvenir postcards of Vermont, Joseph Smith Jr.'s birthplace; a prophecy by Joseph Smith, Jr.; a typed copy from the journal of Elder John J. Roberts concerning Edward Rushton and Theodore Turley, February 28, 1902.
94 17
Joseph F. Smith
Article about prohibition.
94 18
Reed Smoot
"Reed Smoot: Fairy Godfather," by Florenz K. Buschmann,Undated.
94 19
Solar System
Article.
94 20
South America
Materials regarding tour for hotel and restaurant professionals, letter, itinerary, notes.
1956-1958
94 21
Sporting Good Catalogs
1958
94 22
Statistics
Liquor, tobacco, divorce, students, crime, customers, population, income, mental illness, Mormon Church.
94 23
Sunday School
Article by Adam S. Bennion.
Speeches--J. Willard Marriott
The papers housed in boxes 95 through 97 are speeches delivered by Mr. Marriott for various occasions during his life. Accompanying research materials and speech drafts are interfiled with the speeches, and some are located at the end of the speech files. These research materials may include newspaper and magazine articles, quotes, poetry, prose, and humor on a variety of subjects. Speeches of a political nature have been housed with the political materials in box 168.
Box Folder
95 1
General Listing of Mr. Marriott's Speeches
95 2
Brigham Young University--"Business Leadership"
Outline, corrected copy of speech, and final copy with introduction by Ernest L. Wilkinson.
1957
95 3
Brigham Young University--"Our Profit System"
Draft and final copies, introduction, correspondence.
1962
95 4
Brigham Young University--"Think, Work, Pray"
Given for Exemplary Manhood Award.
1964
95 5
Brigham Young University--"This is Your Life"
Speech delivered at the Marriott Center dedication.
1971-1973
95 6
Business--Free Enterprise
"Memorandum on Free Enterprise."
1972
95 7
Business--National Restaurant Association "Hospitality and Good Food"
1948
95 8
Business--National Restaurant Association "Key People in Organization Like Onions"
1948
95 9
Business--National Restaurant Association "Management Makes the Difference"
95 10
Business--National Restaurant Association "Our Restaurant Opportunity"
1949
95 11
Business--National Restaurant Association "Prevent Friction Among Employees"
1948
95 12
Business--National Restaurant Association "Public Relations"
95 13
Business--National Restaurant Association "Public Relations Program"
95 14
Business--National Restaurant Association "The Restaurant Operator"
1948
95 15
Business--National Restaurant Association "Spirit of Hospitality"
1949
95 16
Business--National Restaurant Association "Talk for the Short Course"
1948
95 17
Business--National Restaurant Association "Hospitality Year for Restaurant Industry"
95 18
Business--National Restaurant Association "Warmth and Hospitality"
95 19
Business--National Restaurant Association "What Makes the Difference"
95 20
Business--Securities Analysts Society
Outline and notes, Cleveland.
1964
95 21
Business--Securities Analysts Society
Draft, outline, final copy, Dallas Marriott Motor Hotel information.
1964
95 22
Business--Society for the Advancement of Management
Speech outline.
1966
95 23
Concerning Others--Wallace Bennett
Outline, notes, draft, final copy.
1961
95 24
Concerning Others--B'nai B'rith
1960
95 25
Concerning Others--Ed and Laura Brossard
1959
95 26
Concerning Others--Woodrow Marriott
95 27
Concerning Others--Philip Ray Rodgers
Outline and speech for funeral services.
1965
95 28
Concerning Others--Iva Savage
Outlines, drafts, biographical materials.
1970
95 29
Concerning Others--Wallace Savage
Drafts, final copy.
1969
95 30
Concerning Others--Bishop Telford
Notes.
95 31
Concerning Others--Roy M. Terry
For Terry's award of The Four Chaplains, draft and copy, final, program, pamphlets, correspondence, invitation.
1975
95 32-35
Marriott Corporation--Meetings
Management conferences, hostess meetings, managers meetings, stockholders meetings, notes.
1953-1974
95 36
Marriott Corporation--Openings
1970s
95 37
Marriott Corporation--Miscellaneous
Speeches, history of the Hot Shoppes, articles and general information about the Marriott Corporation.
96 1
Patriotism
"The Miracle of America," notes and speech; "Patriotism," speech given in Philadelphia.
1969-1976
96 2-4
Religion--Christmas
Notes, outlines, and final drafts of speeches.
1939-1960
96 5-7
Religion--Ward Speeches and Firesides
1960-1972
96 8-9
University of Utah
Correspondence, presentation speech by Neal A. Maxwell, library dedication speech and commencement address entitled "Challenge to Graduates."
1960s
96 10
Weber State College
"Building for Strength," and untitled commencement address.
1958
96 11-12
Youth--Advice to Youth
Speeches delivered on a variety of topics including leadership, time, miracles, thought, habits, character, and the future.
1960s
96 13
Youth--American Academy of Achievement
"Keys to Success."
1971
96 14
Youth--Eastern Explorers Conference
Maps, correspondence, notes.
1972
96 15
Youth--Public Speaking
1959
96 16
Youth--You Must Pay the Price
Speech, correspondence.
1963-1968
96 17
Youth--Word of Wisdom
Correspondence, notes, speech.
1960
96 18
Youth--Success
Notes, speech outlines.
1970
97 1
Newspaper Articles
On a variety of subjects, some about Mr. Marriott.
97 2-3
Notes
Mr. Marriott's handwritten notes.
97 4-5
Stories, Jokes, Poems, Quotes
97 6-7
Unidentified speeches
Outlines, speeches, correspondence regarding speaking engagements.
Speeches--By Others
Box Folder
98 1
General Listing
98 2
Brigham Young University
Program from Ernest L. Wilkinson's inauguration, commencement addresses.
1951-1957
98 3
Business--Business and Education
"Men of Value," by Edmund F. Martin.
1966
98 4
Business--Business and Government "Explosive Issues Involved in Current Turbulent Relationships"
1962
98 5
Business--Business and Government "Political Responsibility of Businessmen"
1959-1960
98 6
Business--Business and Government "Recent Kennedy-Blough Deal"
1962
98 7
Business--Business and Government "Science and Democratic Progress"
1965
98 8
Business--Business and Government
Related articles.
98 9
Business--The Consumer
"Why We Become Prisoners of Our Own Experience," by M. Belmont Ver Standig.
1956
98 10
Business--Economics "American Economy in Perspective"
1966
98 11
Business--Economics "Economic Illiteracy"
98 12
Business--Economics "Foreign Aid and International Liquidity Problems"
1966
98 13
Business--Economics
Related materials.
98 14
Business--Free Enterprise "The American Way"
1962
98 15
Business--Free Enterprise "The Founding, Fruition, and Future of Free Enterprise"
1962
98 16
Business--Free Enterprise "Freedom and Enterprise"
1965
98 17
Business--Free Enterprise
Senator Everett Dirksen's remarks before the Republican National Finance Committee.
1962
98 18
Business--Free Enterprise "Service, the New Incentive"
1966
98 19
Business--Free Enterprise "What is Past is Prologue"
1957
98 20
Business--Free Enterprise
Related materials.
98 21
Business--Management
Related materials.
98 22
Commencement Addresses
Speeches, newspaper articles.
98 23
Population
"Citizen Responsibility in the Population Crisis," by Marriner S. Eccles, notes and statistics concerning population.
1960s
98 24
Joe Powell
98 25
Politics--"Flight Toward Reality"
1960
98 26
Politics--"An Internal Threat Today"
1963
98 27
Politics
Related materials.
98 28
Religion--Mormonism--"Three Threatening Dangers"
1964
98 29
Religion--Mormonism
Related materials.
98 30
Religion--Word of Wisdom
Related materials.
98 31
Religion--Miscellaneous
98 32
University of Utah--"The Value of a University Education"
1947
98 33
University of Utah--"The West and Today's Frontiers"
1949
98 34
University of Utah--"While the Earth Remaineth"
1954
98 35
University of Utah--"Turning Learning Into Wisdom"
1955
98 36
University of Utah--"Give Yourself to Something Great"
1960
98 37
Virginia Williamsburg
Booklet entitled Preserving Our Handcrafts.
98 38
Women
Speech by Ralf Brent at the American Woman's Association presentation of the Award for Eminent Achievement to Esther Peterson.
1964
98 39
Youth and Education--College
Related materials.
98 40
Youth and Education--Youth
Speech by Ralph W. Hardy before the Women's Forum on National Security.
1953
98 41
Youth and Education--Youth
Related materials.
Box Folder
99 1
T
Articles, Texas postcards depicting longhorn steers, typewriter manual, tax changes.
99 2
Teaching and Teachers
Article regarding talks by David O. McKay, Harold B. Lee, George Romney.
99 3
Television
Instructions for Philco television receivers.
1947
99 4
Temples
Color plates of various Mormon temples, monthly reports, statistics, sermon, articles, special issue of The Improvement Era.
1940s-1950s
99 5
Testimony
Articles.
1946-1951
99 6-7
Thanksgiving
Articles, prose, poetry, notes, speech.
1940s-1950s
99 8
Senator Elbert D. Thomas
Wife's obituary, biographical material.
99 9
Thrift
Articles.
1940s
99 10
Time
Notes, articles, speeches.
1940s-1950s
99 11
Tithing
Record of tithe payers from Washington Ward in Washington Stake, article about Alvin Dark, tithing receipts.
1948-1955
99 12
Tobacco
Pamphlet entitled Nicotine on the Air: A Brief Discussion by a Scientist Telling Why Tobacco is Not Good for Man, article.
99 13
Trusts
Will and estate planning, trust fund drafts, correspondence, contract drafts, estate assets and liabilities.
1938-1941
99 14
Truth
Articles, notes.
99 15
Tulips
Correspondence regarding naming and hybridization of the Marriott tulip.
1971-1972
99 16
Ukelele
Third string.
99 17
Unions
Correspondence and articles regarding column Mr. Marriott wrote for the Manchester Union Leader in 1976, other articles about unions.
99 18
United Order
Articles.
1944-1949
99 19
United Service Organizations
Annual report.
1970
99 20-21
United Service Organizations
Newsletters, annual report, press releases, minutes, agendas, seating lists, program, correspondence.
1971
99 22-23
United Service Organizations
Newsletters, annual report, by-laws, memoranda, correspondence, agendas, board of governors and executive committee lists.
1972
99 24
United Service Organizations
Correspondence, agendas, press releases, memorandum, board of governors and executive committee lists.
1973
99 25
United Service Organizations
1974-1975
99 26
United Service Organizations
Correspondence, memoranda regarding building of United Service Organization center for recreation for servicemen and as a memorial and museum to Bob Hope.
1978
99 27
United Service Organizations
Correspondence, memoranda, celebration agendas, newsletters.
1979
99 28
United Service Organizations
Agenda for committee meeting, newsletters, correspondence, newspaper articles.
1980
99 29
United Service Organizations, Miscellaneous
Pamphlets, case statement, sketch copies of the Bob Hope United Service Organization Center, newspaper articles, steering committee assignments, council member cards, anti-United Service Organizations propaganda, sponsor's reception ticket.
100 1-8
University of Utah: Correspondence
Regarding Mr. Marriott's contributions, awards received by Mr. Marriott, invitations, Alumni Association, library development, scholarship funds, miscellaneous University business.
1950-1978
100 9
University of Utah: Alice Sheets Marriott Center for Dance
Newspaper articles.
1986
100 10
University of Utah: Alumni Association
Membership card, annual report, general fund information, general information regarding Founder's Day celebration.
1950s
100 11
University of Utah: Friends of the University of Utah Libraries
Program, annual report, miscellaneous notes, pamphlet.
1977, 1986
100 12
University of Utah: Honorary Degrees
Invitations, program, correspondence regarding Mr. and Mrs. Marriott's honorary degrees.
1966, 1974
100 13
University of Utah: Marriott Library
Dedication speech, program.
1969
100 14
University of Utah: National Advisory Council--Agendas
The National Advisory Council papers deal with Mr. Marriott's involvement as a council member and his involvement with University of Utah development.
1970-1971
100 15-16
University of Utah: National Advisory Council--Correspondence
1969-1978
100 17-20
University of Utah: National Advisory Council--Minutes
1969-1977
100 21-23
University of Utah: National Advisory Council--Monthly Reports
1975-1977
100 24-25
University of Utah: National Advisory Council--Rosters
1969-1979
100 26
University of Utah: National Advisory Council--Miscellaneous
Reference Data on University of Utah Financing and Legislation Appropriation, correspondence, newsletters.
100 27
University of Utah: Miscellaneous
Invitations, University of Utah Commencement program from 1927, notes, newspaper articles, unidentified report, College of Business Honors Banquet program and articles from 1959.
100 28
Utah Symphony
Program.
1970
101 1
Vietnam
Correspondence, newspaper articles, unidentified paper.
101 2
Visions
Article on Joseph Smith, Jr.'s first vision.
1946
101 3
W
Selections from George Washington's Book of Maxims, miscellaneous information about George Washington, a wedding prayer and stag dinner guest list, 1951 correspondence regarding attorney fees for cases of the Confederated Bands of Ute Indians v. United States.
101 4-5
War
Newspaper articles, notes, statistics, papers, speeches.
1914-1948
101 6
Ward Teaching
Sermon, article.
101 7
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Concert Plans
Mr. Marriott's notes on ticket information, seating, concert price sale, rental rates for concert in Kennedy Center held in conjunction with the dedication of the temple as part of dedicatory activities.
101 8
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Correspondence
Regarding architectural planning of the temple, use of the Kennedy Center for concert in conjunction with dedicatory activities.
June 1972-June 1974
101 9
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Correspondence
Regarding tours prior to the dedication, letter to temple ordinance workers from Washington Temple Presidency, John Scott mural.
August 1974
101 10
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Correspondence
Letters regarding tours prior to dedication and concert, letter regarding cessation of bus access to temple on Beech Drive.
1974-1976
101 11
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Correspondence
Regarding concert and tour.
101 12
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Dedication Schedules
101 13
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Financial Reports
Temple fund, cost analysis.
1972
101 14
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--General Information
Fact sheets, dedicatory events.
101 15
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Guest Lists
For dedicatory events.
101 16
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Invitations
101 17
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Newspaper Articles
101 18
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Press Kit Materials
101 19
Washington, D.C. Mormon Temple--Tour Information
101 20
Washington Stake
Articles regarding Mr. Marriott's call to serve as stake president, rosters, calendars, Washington Ward Chapel 40th anniversary commemoration program, 1947 program with George Albert Smith's signature.
1947-1966
101 21
Washingtonians of the Year
Awards program.
101 22-24
Watches
Catalogs, certificates, invoices, correspondence, pamphlets, brochures.
1940s-1950s
102 1
Weber State College
Commencement programs, President's Plaque dedication program, letter from William P. Miller to Mr. Marriott, newspaper articles.
1956-1970
102 2-3
Welfare
Articles regarding Mormon Church Welfare Program and others.
1930s-1940s
102 4
Wisdom
Article.
102 5
Wives
Editorial about Mormon Church's view on working wives.
102 6
Women
102 7
Word of Wisdom
Newspaper articles.
1940s-1950s
102 8
Word of Wisdom
Mr. Marriott's notes.
102 9
Word of Wisdom
Census of Manufacturers, for Tobacco and Beverage manufacturers, and Summary of Foreign Commerce of the United States.
1947
102 10
Word of Wisdom
Pamphlets entitled Alcohol Talks to Youth: A Brief Scientific Discussion by Howard E. Hamlin, and The Word of Wisdom in Practical Terms, Nutrition--the Armor of Robust Health.
1930s-1940s
102 11
World Fair--Montreal Quebec
Correspondence regarding the Marriotts' trip, pamphlet.
1967
102 12
World Fair--New York
Correspondence, admission ticket, itinerary.
1964-1965
102 13
Myron Wright
Correspondence and transcript regarding Myron Wright.
102 14
Wyoming
Travel and tourist information, map, brochure, postcards.
102 15
Brigham Young
The Improvement Era Centennial Issue, Mr. Marriott's speech and research notes on Brigham Young, correspondence.
1937-1950
102 16
Youth
Mr. Marriott's notes, reprint of 1937 article by Herbert Hoover from the New York Times entitled "The Business of Boys;" miscellaneous newspaper articles.
102 17
Miscellaneous
Listing of Mr. Marriott's home subject files, miscellaneous notes.

Corporate FilesReturn to Top

The corporate files contain information relating to Hot Shoppes Incorporated and the Marriott Corporation. They provide a general overview of the company's internal functions and philosophies, management, and company growth over a period of 50 years. Materials include board of directors files, restaurant and hotel branch records, calendars, catering division records, contracts, correspondence, test kitchen records and statistics, competitor files, expansion and development, financial records, historical information, insurance, leases and agreements, licenses and permits, personnel, wages and tips, physical facilities and grounds, reports, and Marriott Corporation publications. There is also a great deal of information about the corporation spread throughout the collection. For instance, there is information about Earl Sams' early financial involvement with the corporation in box 9, and other correspondence regarding the corporation in the general correspondence section of the collection. There are also memoranda in box 57 between Mr. Marriott and John S. Daniels, a corporate vice president. The general scrapbooks in section seven provide excellent chronological documentation of the corporation. In addition, the Marriott Corporation maintains an extensive corporate archives.

Container(s) Description Dates
Board of Directors Files
Box Folder
103 1
Board Members
Biographical data, board changes, newspaper articles regarding John W. Kluge's appointment to board, information regarding death of Roger Whiteford, miscellaneous information regarding board.
1963-1965
103 2
Location Analysis Sheets
1960
103 3-13
Meeting Agendas
1953-1966
103 14
Meeting Notices
1953-1964
103 15-16
Memoranda
1956-1966
103 17
Profit Sharing
Information regarding consolidation plan, participation, statistics, savings and retirement trust, amendment.
1966
103 18
Miscellaneous
Bonus information, miscellaneous notes, statistics, financial reports, article regarding automatic retirement of directors.
Branch Records--Hotels
Box Folder
104 1
Amsterdam
Newspaper articles.
1972
104 2
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Opening invitation, memorandum.
1972-1973
104 3
Atlanta, Georgia
Brochures, memoranda, correspondence regarding hotel music use, hotel inspection, personnel list.
1971-1975
104 4
Belmont, California
Memoranda, correspondence, press release regarding the opening.
1969-1970
104 5
Berkeley, California
Opening schedule of events, brochure.
1972
104 6
Bloomington, Minnesota
Brochure, letter to general manager.
1972
104 7
Camelback Inn
Prospectus, promotional advertisement.
1973
104 8
Chicago, Illinois
Brochure, correspondence regarding opening, opening guest lists, memoranda regarding arrest incident in the parking lot.
1967-1973
104 9
Clarksville, Indiana
Employment inquiry.
1972
104 10
Columbus, Ohio
Correspondence regarding opening.
1972-1973
104 11
Crystal City, Washington, D.C.
Brochure, guest list, invitation, article, correspondence and memoranda regarding opening.
1969-1970
104 12
Dallas, Texas
Brochures, correspondence regarding opening and other activities.
1972
104 13
Dallas-North, Texas
Management appointments, correspondence.
1972
104 14
Dulles, Washington, D.C.
Brochure, correspondence.
1972
104 15
Essex House, New York
Brochures, article, financing terms, stock option proposal, correspondence regarding hotel purchase, guests, penthouse purchases.
1969-1974
104 16
Houston, Texas
Brochures, correspondence, newspaper article.
1972
104 17
Indianapolis, Indiana
Invitation to opening activities, general hotel information.
1974
104 18
Key Bridge
Brochure, notes on opening activities, general hotel information.
1960
104 19
Lincolnshire, Chicago
Article, correspondence regarding operations and opening.
1971-1973
104 20
Los Angeles, California
Brochure, correspondence regarding opening.
1972
104 21
Miami, Florida
Brochure, opening events and information, guest list, article.
104 22
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Invitation to opening.
1972
104 23
Nashville, Tennessee
Memorandum concerning opening, architecture, engineering, hotel design.
1981
104 24-26
New Orleans, Louisiana
Correspondence regarding construction and opening.
1969-1974
104 27
New Orleans, Louisiana
Newspaper articles, guest lists, notes regarding the opening, brochure.
1969-1974
104 28
Newton, Massachusetts
Brochure, guest list, notes, press party program, correspondence regarding the opening.
1969-1970
105 1
Paraíso, Mexico
Brochures, opening plans, information.
1969
105 2
Paraíso, Mexico
Correspondence regarding operations and opening.
1969-1974
105 3
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Brochures, correspondence regarding the opening.
1972-1975
105 4
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
105 5
Rochester, New York
Invitation, correspondence regarding opening.
1974
105 6
Saddle Brook, New Jersey
Brochure.
105 7
St. Louis, Missouri
Correspondence regarding opening, guest lists, planning information for opening, brochures.
1970-1973
105 8
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Chronology
1970-1973
105 9-10
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Correspondence
1974-1976
105 11
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Issue Paper
1975
105 12
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Memoranda
1968-1977
105 13
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Newspaper Articles
1975-1976
105 14
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Public Hearings
1975-1976
105 15
St. Louis Missouri--Airport Controversy Reports and Statements
1975-1976
105 16
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Statistics
1975
105 17
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Status Report
1975
105 18
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport ControversySummary Reports
1975-1976
105 19
St. Louis, Missouri--Airport Controversy Miscellaneous
105 20
Twin Bridges, Washington, D.C. Brochure, and Correspondence
1972-1973
Branch Records--Restaurants
Box Folder
106 1-3
Baltimore, Maryland
Correspondence about work orders, construction, project cost quotes.
106 4
Baltimore, Maryland Work Proposals and Invoices
1930s
106 5
Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Correspondence concerning work orders, construction project costs, zoning.
1931-1937
106 6
Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C. Surveys and Miscellaneous Info
106 7
Florida Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Correspondence concerning work orders, leases, cost quotes, zoning.
1935-1938
106 8
Florida Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Materials order records for McGuire and Rolfe Incorporated.
1935
106 9
Fourteenth Street, D.C.
Correspondence, survey information.
1935-1937
106 10
Georgia Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Correspondence regarding purchase of property, survey, zoning, work proposals.
1931-1938
106 11
Georgia Avenue, Washington, D.C. Notes, Surveys, Proposals, and Contract
1930s
106 12
Hogate's, Washington, D.C. Opening Correspondence
1972-1973
106 13
Hogate's, Washington, D.C. Opening Invitation
1972
106 14
Hogate's, Washington, D.C.
Memoranda regarding decoration, opening, advertising.
1971-1973
106 15
Hogate's, Washington, D.C. Opening News Articles
1972
106 16
Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Letter regarding purchase of land, plats and blueprint.
1935
106 17
Pennsylvania Avenue
Correspondence, memorandum regarding proposals, plats.
1930s
106 18
The Pier, St. Petersburg, Florida
Newspaper articles and letter regarding opening.
1972
106 19
Port O'Georgetown Opening and Operation Correspondence
1970-1973
106 20
Port O'Georgetown Opening Guest Lists
1970
106 21
Port O'Georgetown Menus
106 22
Port O'Georgetown
Invitation, memoranda, opening ceremony time table, newspaper articles.
1970-1974
106 23
Rhode Island Avenue
Plats, correspondence regarding construction and development.
1930-1938
106 24
Richmond, Virginia
Proposals, notes.
1937-1938
106 25
Wisconsin Avenue Property, Plats and Development Correspondence
1930-1937
106 26
Wisconsin Avenue Plats and Surveys
Box
107
Calendars
1963-1964
108
Calendars
1965-1966
Catering Division
Box Folder
109 1-3
A and W Root Beer--Correspondence
1950-1977
109 4
A and W Root Beer--Miscellaneous
Root beer formula changes dated 1947, profit and loss statements from 1962, location analysis from 1963.
109 5
Agenda
Board of directors meeting.
1956
109 6-12
Airline and Airport Catering--Correspondence and Memoranda
1952-1964
109 13
Airline and Airport Catering--Newspaper Articles
1959-1972
109 14-15
Airline and Airport Catering--Miscellaneous
Airline sales summary, Los Angeles Airport Hotel cost breakdown, 1960 speech by Joseph Baum entitled "Extra Dollars of Airport Income," "The Heart of the Airport" report regarding Cleveland Airport, Marriott In-Flite Service report, notes, correspondence, memoranda.
1960s
109 16
Industrial and Institutional Catering
Correspondence, statistics, menus, cost, prospect letters, newspaper articles.
1942-1953
109 17
Industrial and Institutional Catering
Memoranda, notes, correspondence, menus.
1954-1961
109 18
Industrial and Institutional Catering
Correspondence, memoranda, notes.
1962-1965
109 19
Industrial and Institutional Catering, Miscellaneous
Industrial Feeding Contract, Cafeteria Management Memorandum, notes.
109 20
Memoranda
Corporate memoranda regarding catering division policies, development.
1953-1961
109 21
Menus
109 22
Minutes
1953-1956
110 1
Personnel
Press releases, personnel list.
110 2
Portion Cutting Specifications
110 3-4
Hot Shoppe Cookbook Collection Listing
110 5
Cards Describing Mode of Preparation
110 6
Recipes
The Production of Sweetex Danish Pastry Sweet Dough and Roll-in formulas and instructions, cookbook list.
110 7
Statistics
Cost analysis, operating statements, purchase costs, year-to-date sales, meals served per day.
1950s-1960s
110 8
Test Kitchen--Basic Food Preparation Notes
110 9
Test Kitchen--Items Improved or Developed in Test Kitchen
1957
110 10
Test Kitchen--Management Notes for Test Kitchen
110 11
Test Kitchen--Manual of Basic Food Preparation
Manual of Basic Food Preparation.
1956
110 12
Test Kitchen--Miscellaneous Preparation Notes
110 13-14
Union Relations
Legal briefs, memoranda, correspondence regarding union activities.
1959-1964
110 15
Miscellaneous
Newspaper articles, notes, correspondence, memoranda, informational brochures, sketches of artwork for ice cream trucks.
Competitors
Boxes 111 and 112 contain materials compiled about restaurants and hotels that were competing with the Marriott Corporation.
Box Folder
111 1
Bickford's
Correspondence, informational brochure, memoranda, regarding mergers, wages, management.
1948-1964
111 2
Cornell Society of Hotelmen Bulletins
1972-1974
111 3
Cornell Society of Hotelmen Rosters and Directories
1975-1978
111 4
Cornell Society of Hotelmen Correspondence and Notices
1974-1977
111 5
Federal Hotels
Annual report.
1960
111 6
Greyhound Corporation
Merger information.
1964-1965
111 7
Hilton Hotels Corporation Annual Reports
1959-1962
111 8
Hilton Hotels Corporation Management Agreement Form
1960
111 9
Hilton Hotels Corporation Merger Information
1963
111 10
Hilton Hotels Corporation Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous newspaper articles, notes, correspondence, memoranda, balance sheet.
1960s
111 11
Holiday Inns of America
Annual and shareholders' reports.
1963
111 12
Horn and Hardart Baking Company
Memorandum, newspaper articles.
1946
111 13
Hotel Sahara
Correspondence.
1963
111 14
Hotel Utah
Correspondence.
1965-1973
111 15
Howard Johnson Company Annual Reports
1962-1965
111 16
Howard Johnson Company Bids for Turnpike Restaurant Concessions
1950s
111 17
Howard Johnson Company Menu and Correspondence
Menu, correspondence regarding company history, miscellaneous corporate information.
1939-1962
111 18
Howard Johnson Company News Articles and Advertisements
1940-1950s
111 19
Howard Johnson Company Prospectus of Common Stock
1961
111 20
Howard Johnson Company, Miscellaneous
Road map, statistics, lease and restaurant information.
111 21
Kahler Hotel
Correspondence.
1971-1978
111 22
MGM Grand Hotel
Informational brochures.
1974
111 23
Morrison's Cafeteria
Memoranda, notes.
1958-1965
111 24
Palmer House
Miscellaneous notes.
1964
111 25
Royal Orleans
Mr. Marriott's notes, sketches of furnishings.
111 26
S and W Cafeterias
Correspondence and memoranda regarding operations, menu items, prices.
1946-1965
111 27-28
Saga Food Service Incorporated
Correspondence, informational brochure, annual report.
1962-1964
112 1
Schrafft's
Correspondence, memoranda, summary of proceedings at stockholders meetings, officer holdings.
1948-1965
112 2
Sea View
Hotel layout, room tariffs.
1966
112 3
Sheraton Hotels
Financial philosophy, suggested appendix to annual report, statistics and information.
1960-1970
112 4
Sholl's Colonial Cafeteria
Informational brochure, memoranda, correspondence.
1946-1964
112 5
Slater Food Service Management
Bulletins.
1960-1961
112 6
Stouffer Corporation Annual Reports
1951-1964
112 7
Stouffer Corporation Background Information and Salary List
1940s-1950s
112 8
Stouffer Corporation Correspondence, Memoranda, and Notes
1946-1951
112 9-12
Stouffer Corporation Correspondence
1952-1967
112 13
Stouffer Corporation Meeting Notice
1965
112 14
Stouffer Corporation News Articles
1961-1964
112 15
Stouffer Corporation Society of Security Analysts
Presentation to New York Society of Security analysts.
1964
112 16
Stouffer Corporation Stock Information
1960s
112 17
Stouffer Corporation Stouffer News
The Stouffer News.
1961
112 18
Stouffer Corporation Miscellaneous Notes, Reports, Data, and Menus
112 19
Szabo Food Service Incorporated
Informational brochure.
1963
112 20
The Tiffin
Postcard and miscellaneous information.
1957
112 21
Waldorf-Astoria
Expected guests, miscellaneous items.
112 22-24
Correspondence
1964-1976
112 25
Miscellaneous
112 26
Miscellaneous Menus
Correspondence
Box
113
Complaints
This box contains complaints from Hot Shoppe and Marriott Corporation customers. Of particular interest is correspondence in folder 25 concerning Mr. Marriott's acquaintance and political endorsement of Richard M. Nixon.
1946-1984
Folder
114 1-5
Compliments
Contains four complimentary root beer tickets from the 14th Street opening in 1927.
1942-1984
114 6
Compliments
Contains four complimentary root beer tickets from the 14th Street opening in 1927.
1954
114 7-25
Compliments
1955-1984
Correspondence, A - Z
Box Folder
115 1
Airlines
Regarding cancelled tickets and refunds.
1958-1965
115 2
Employee Welfare and Gifts
1953-1981
115 3-9
Inter-Office Memoranda
From Mr. Marriott regarding maintenance, management, shop upkeep.
1936
115 10
J. C. Penney Company
Regarding purchase of Hot Shoppes stock.
1936-1937
115 11
Manager's Monthly Letters
1941
115 12-15
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1936-1979
115 16
Miscellaneous Correspondence
Executive Committee Files
Box Folder
116 1
Agendas
1958
116 2-5
Minutes
1940-1963
116 6
Proposals
1958-1963
116 7
Report of the Dale Carnegie Class
1941
116 8
Miscellaneous
Meeting notices and invitations to various non-corporate meetings.
1940-1941
Expansion and Development
The files labeled "Trip Files" contain information collected by the Marriotts for corporate expansion and development.
Box Folder
117 1-3
Correspondence
Correspondence and memoranda regarding expansion and development, suggestions for possible locations, differences of opinion between J. Willard Marriott and J. Willard Marriott, Jr. in expansion philosophies.
1953-1977
117 4
New Jersey
Fortune magazine, advertising portfolio.
1964
117 5
Newspaper Articles
1960s
117 6
Planning Committee Meeting Minutes
1947-1955
117 7
Report to Management Committee
1956
117 8-9
Trip Files--Bermuda
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, ticket stubs, business cards, maps and tourist information.
1971
117 10
Trip Files--California
Correspondence, memoranda.
1960-1961
117 11
Trip Files--Europe Bills and Notes
1965
117 12
Trip Files--Europe Business Cards and Postcards
1965
117 13
Trip Files--Europe Correspondence
1965
117 14
Trip Files--Europe Itineraries and World Time Table
1965
117 15
Trip Files--Europe Maps, Tickets, and Miscellaneous
1965
117 16
Trip Files--Europe Bills and Personal Notes
1971
117 17
Trip Files--Europe Correspondence and Memoranda
1971
117 18
Trip Files--Europe Itineraries
1971
117 19
Trip Files--Europe Tickets, Postcards, and Brochures
1971
117 20
Trip Files--Europe Miscellaneous
1971
118 1
Florida
Correspondence, notes, bills, memoranda.
1959-1968
118 2
Las Vegas
Correspondence, memoranda, bills, hotel information, tickets, notes.
1972
118 3
Mexico
Correspondence, notes.
1966
118 4-5
Pacific Trip
Airline schedules, postcards, notes, correspondence, itineraries.
1966-1968
118 6-7
Puerto Rico and West Indies Correspondence
1957-1966
118 8
Puerto Rico and West Indies Statements
Estimated profit and loss statements.
1958
118 9
Puerto Rico and West Indies Maps and Tourist Info
1958
118 10
Puerto Rico and West Indies News Articles
1958
118 11
Puerto Rico and West Indies Notes
1958
118 12
Texas
Notes, correspondence, memoranda.
1959-1968
118 13
Utah
Notes, memoranda, correspondence, newspaper articles, business card.
1959-1964
118 14
Vacation Village
Resort proposal.
1972
118 15
Washington, D.C.
1961-1963
119 1-7
World Tour
Bills, correspondence, itineraries, ticket stubs, menus, notes.
1960-1961
119 8
Miscellaneous
Bills, memoranda, correspondence, notes, lists, budget information, maps.
Financial Records
Box Folder
120 1-13
Annual Reports
1956-1985
120 14
Balance Sheets
From other corporations.
1955
120 15
Cash Book
120 16-17
Company Profiles
1936-1979
120 18
Contributions--Marriott Foundation
Annual list.
1976
120 19-26
Expense Vouchers
1953-1962
121
Expense Vouchers
1963-1964
Folder
122 1-16
Expense Vouchers
1965-1966
122 17
Expense Vouchers--The Anchorage
1962-1963
122 18
Expense Vouchers--Bald Peak Colony Club
1961-1963
122 19-24
Expense Vouchers--Burning Tree Club
1958-1978
123 1-6
Expense Vouchers--Indian Creek Country Club
1962-1969
123 7
Expense Vouchers--Indian Creek Country Club, Forms
123 8
Expense Vouchers--Indian Creek Country Club, Miscellaneous
123 9
Interest Rates
1938
123 10
Investments
1952-1953
123 11
Profits
1962-1964
123 12
Stock Holdings
1960s-1970s
123 13
Stock Reports
1953-1956
123 14
Stock Reports, Miscellaneous
123 15-30
Miscellaneous--Unidentified Financial Report
Balance sheets, inventories, accounts receivable, prepaid expenses, current liabilities, mortgages, surplus, capital expenditures and funds available, profit and loss, analysis of income taxes, source and application of funds, profits, number of units.
1958-1964
123 31
Miscellaneous
Memoranda, deposit records, reports, expenses, balance sheets.
Historical Information
Box Folder
124 1
Chronological History
124 2-6
Fiftieth Anniversary Correspondence
1927-1977
124 7-8
Fiftieth Anniversary Cards and Gifts
Cards, postcards, gifts and anniversary wishes.
1927-1977
124 9
Fiftieth Anniversary Guest Lists
1927-1977
124 10
Fiftieth Anniversary Invitations
1927-1977
124 11
Fiftieth Anniversary Memoranda
1977
124 12
Fiftieth Anniversary Press Information Kit
1927-1977
124 13
Fiftieth Anniversary Script and Timetable
1927-1977
124 14
Fiftieth Anniversary Speech
1927-1977
124 15
Fiftieth Anniversary Miscellaneous
1927-1977
124 16
Historical Pamphlets and Brochures
125 1-23
Newspaper Articles
1947-1986
125 24
Press Releases
125 25
Twenty-fifth Anniversary
Correspondence, memoranda, menu, placemats.
1952
125 26
Thirty-fifth Anniversary
Correspondence.
1962
125 27
Thirty-fifth Anniversary
Newspaper articles, memoranda, address list, notes.
1962
Insurance - Invitations
Box Folder
126 1
Insurance--Application for Broker License
1941
126 2
Insurance--Certificates
1941-1942
126 3
Insurance--Certificates, Compensation, and Benefits
126 4-5
Insurance--Correspondence
1940-1941
126 6
Insurance--Endorsements
1940-1941
126 7
Insurance--Financial Statements
Pamphlets from various companies.
126 8
Insurance--Insurance Plans and Benefits
Pamphlets and brochures.
126 9
Insurance--Safety Program
126 10
Insurance--Statements A. H. Baker and Company Incorporated
1940
126 11
Insurance--Statements Riall Jackson Company
1940-1941
126 12
Insurance--Miscellaneous
Forms, receipts, claims analysis, pamphlets.
1941
126 13
Invitations--American Assembly Service to Democracy Awards
1982
126 14
Invitations--National Coalition of Hispanic Mental Health and Human Services Organizations
1982
126 15
Invitations--Marriott Corporate Headquarters
1979
126 16
Invitations--Marriott Motor Hotel
1982
126 17
Invitations--Multi-Unit Food Service Operator
1982
126 18
Invitations--USO Award Luncheon
1982
126 19
Leases and Agreements--Correspondence
Petition regarding disturbance in Hot Shoppes, memorandum regarding the Marriotts' control and management of the business, leases in general.
1929-1937
126 20
Leases and Agreements--General Agreements
1928-1937
126 21
Leases and Agreements--Improvements Under Equitable Leases
Memorandum.
1978
126 22
Leases and Agreements--Indentures
1928-1929
126 23-27
Leases and Agreements
1928-1939
126 28
Leases and Agreements--Offers to Lease
1929-1930
126 29
Leases and Agreements--Operating Agreement
1932
126 30
Leases and Agreements--Partnership Agreements
1933-1935
126 31
Leases and Agreements--Payments
1930-1938
126 32
Leases and Agreements--Miscellaneous
Receipts dated 1930-1933, list of leases.
Legislation - Licenses and Permits
Box Folder
127 1
Legislation--Amendment Proposals to Regulations
1925
127 2
Legislation--Bills and Acts
Beverage taxation, employment duration, minimum wage board, women's employment hours, alcoholic beverage sales, pamphlet entitled Laws Relating to Hours of Labor for Female Employees and Seats for Female Employees.
1933-1937
127 3
Legislation--Correspondence
Regarding "beer bill," beer sales and consumption, minimum wage act.
1933-1977
127 4
Legislation--Merchants and Manufacturers Association Incorporated
Bulletins.
1936
127 5
Legislation--Newspaper Articles
127 6
Legislation--Miscellaneous
Membership petition, 1933 liquor hearing list, notes regarding customer support of beer bill, petition regarding liquor control law, automobile tray service.
127 7
Licenses and Permits--Beverage Permits
1933-1938
127 8
Licenses and Permits--Beverage Permits Affidavit Forms
1935
127 9
Licenses and Permits--Beverage Permits Bond Applications
127 10
Licenses and Permits--Beverage Permits Correspondence
Correspondence, application letters for permission to sell beer, expiration notices, other letters regarding permits.
1933-1937
127 11
Licenses and Permits--Beverage Permits Notice
Notice detailing requirements regulating alcoholic beverage sale.
1935
127 12
Licenses and Permits--Beverage Permits Statement of Operation
Statement of operation under class D license.
1935
127 13
Licenses and Permits--Beverage Permits Summary of Licenses
Summary of licenses authorized by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act.
1934
127 14
Licenses and Permits--Building Permits
1929-1932
127 15
Licenses and Permits--Electrical Permits
1930-1933
127 16
Licenses and Permits--Electrical Permits Correspondence
1934-1935
127 17
Licenses and Permits--Electrical Permits Rules and Regulations
Rules and Regulations for Electric Service booklet, application, and repair requirement notice.
1927-1936
127 18
Licenses and Permits--Health Permits Pamphlet
Pamphlet Guarding Health in Public Places, Undated; Department of Public Health City and County of San Francisco, California Ordinance 1933; Health Department of the District of Columbia Food Inspection Service Milk and Ice Cream Reports, 1935; Health Department 1935 change requirement, James Gordon Cumming resume, 1907 Health Department notice, receipts dated 1931 and 1934.
1907-1930s
127 19
Licenses and Permits--Plumbing, Water, Gas Permits
1930-1936
127 20
Licenses and Permits--Plumbing, Water, Gas Permits Correspondence
1930-1937
127 21
Licenses and Permits--Plumbing, Water, Gas Permits Drawing
Drawing of plumbing and drainage construction.
1930
127 22
Licenses and Permits--Restaurant Licenses
Cigarette, soda fountain, and restaurant licenses.
1927-1938
127 23
Licenses and Permits--Restaurant Licenses Applications
Blank building permit applications.
127 24
Licenses and Permits--Restaurant Licenses State Application
State license application, rejection letter.
1935-1937
127 25
Licenses and Permits--Restaurant Licenses Deposit Certificates
1933-1934
127 26
Licenses and Permits--Restaurant Licenses Expiration Notices
1933-1937
127 27
Licenses and Permits--Restaurant Licenses Receipts
1931-1935
127 28
Licenses and Permits--Sign Permits
1928-1937
127 29
Licenses and Permits--Sign Permits Applications
1928-1935
127 30
Licenses and Permits--Sign Permits Letter
Letter concerning signs displayed without permit.
1934
127 31
Licenses and Permits--Sterilization Correspondence
Correspondence regarding sterilization of utensils and dishes.
1936
127 32
Licenses and Permits--Sterilization Pamphlets
Pamphlets, notes, and orders regarding sterilization of utensils and dishes.
1936-1937
127 33
Licenses and Permits--Sterilization Inspection Reports
127 34
Licenses and Permits--Miscellaneous
Letter and permit regarding music, letter regarding corporate mailings, permit to remove trees.
1929-1936
Lines, Ona
Box
128
General Materials
Ona Lines first contacted Mr. Marriott in the early in 1960s requesting ecclesiastical assistance for her son Shawn Leonce Lines. Included are letters to Mr. Marriott, a copy of her son's patriarchal blessing, and other miscellaneous items. The bulk of the materials in this box include correspondence and propaganda concerning world peace organizations Excel International Foundation and Bondi Educational Health Foundation. It is not known whether or not these organizations were created by Ona Lines, but most of the material comes in the form of requests for financial and political support. These materials were retained because of their eccentric nature.
1960s-1970s
Management--Bonuses - Report
Box Folder
129 1
Management--Bonus Computations
1940-1956
129 2
Management--Bonus Plans
1940-1944
129 3
Management--Bonus Correspondence
1942-1954
129 4
Management--Bonuses Management Incentive Compensation Plan
1955
129 5
Management--Bonuses Memoranda
1947-1959
129 6
Management--Bonuses Miscellaneous
1940s-1950s
129 7
Management--Allen Hamilton Booz
Material compiled by Booz, Allen and Hamilton (Business Surveys and Management Counsel) regarding corporate management, company growth and objectives, policies, organizational surveys, including organizational charts, and correspondence.
1950-1964
129 8
Management--Management Committee Agendas
1957-1958
129 9
Management--Management Committee Meeting Notices
1957
129 10
Management--Management Committee Meetings
Project assignments, statement of purpose, notes.
1956-1957
129 11-13
Management--Management Committee Minutes
1956-1958
129 14
Management--Organizational Charts
129 15
Management--Reports
Fiscal operating results.
1956-1957
129 16
Management--Miscellaneous
Unidentified meeting minutes.
1940-1941
Personnel--Correspondence with Employees
The letters in this box include birthday greetings, employment applications, and queries about employee welfare, bonuses, and hospital bills paid by Mr. Marriott.
Box Folder
130 1-20
Correspondence
1941-1982
130 21
Miscellaneous
Personnel, A-Z
Box Folder
131 1
Applicants
Applications and resumes. For additional employment applications, see box 130.
131 2
Employee and Employer Budget
Clothing and sundries budget.
1938
131 3
Employment Applications
Blank forms.
131 4
Labor Unions
Wage information, agreements, notes, Wagner Act information, correspondence, newspaper articles, anti-Hot Shoppe propaganda.
1930s
131 5
Labor Unions
Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International League of America membership book and constitution, union directory, laws.
1936-1938
131 6
Telephone Lists
131 7
Wages and Tips
U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau paper "Women's Hours and Wages in the District of Columbia."
1937
131 8-10
Wages and Tips
Wage, tip, and sales reports.
1937
131 11-12
Wages and Tips
Notes, articles, "tipping not permitted" cards, memoranda.
1930s
131 13
Wages and Tips
Wage and food cost comparison cards.
1937
Physical Facilities and Grounds
Box Folder
132 1
Bills
For public utilities and equipment.
1934-1957
132 2
Correspondence
Regarding equipment orders, utilities, gas and fuel bills, applications in the Hot Shoppes, gas control, operating costs, equipment specifications and installations.
1932-1975
132 3
Driveways and Parking Lots
Work agreements, specifications, permits, work contracts, installation and operation costs, bond, work proposals, correspondence, notes and drawings.
1931-1936
132 4-9
Energy Crisis
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, employer questionnaire.
1973-1975
132 10
Equipment Catalogs and Specifications
1934-1935
132 11-13
Humphreys Construction
Guarantees, bills, permits.
1937
132 14
Reports
Gas and electric rates, gas consumption reports, appliance use.
1934-1936
132 15
Miscellaneous Notes
Publications
Box Volume
133 1
Hot Sauce
1953-1958
Folder
133 1
Gino Ink
1982
133 2-3
Hot Sauce
1947-1955
133 4-7
Marriott Crest
1968-1972
133 8-10
Marriott Management Newsletter
1970-1975
133 11-14
Marriott World
1979-1991
133 15
Table Talk
1958-1973
133 16
Miscellaneous
Marriott Management Focus, Marriott Management Philosophy, Marriott Messenger.
Reports - Miscellaneous
Box Folder
134 1
Reports--"Economic Potentials of a Commercial Attractions Complex Near Washington, D.C."
Prepared for Marriott Corporation by Economics Research Associates.
1971
134 2
Reports--"Human Relations in Industry"
Study team.
134 3
Reports--"Modern Vending"
134 4
Reports--"The Waitress in Louisville and Kentucky"
1930s.
134 5
Reports--"Nation-Wide Survey of Restaurant Operating Data"
1940
134 6-10
Vendor Controversy
Chronology, correspondence, newspaper articles, press monitoring services.
1976
134 11
Miscellaneous--Memoranda
1936-1965
134 12
Miscellaneous--Operations Committee Meetings
Minutes.
134 13
Miscellaneous--Stationery
134 14-18
Advertising Samples
134 19
Miscellaneous

Political RecordsReturn to Top

The political records reflect the Marriotts' involvement with presidential inaugurations from the 1950s to the 1970s, their activities in National Republican Party politics, and friendships and associations with prominent government officials. The files document the Marriotts' service in various capacities for the Nixon and Eisenhower inaugurations, and their involvement with the National Republican Committee and Conventions. These papers reflect the personal and professional nature of their activities. Materials include reports, correspondence, invitations, tickets, legal documents, events planning information, and general committee files. The files are arranged chronologically by inauguration, convention, or committee. The inaugural files, where possible, are organized as shown on each inaugural organizational chart. Thus, box and folder listings for each inauguration may differ slightly. It may be helpful to refer to the organizational charts before perusing inaugural files.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
135 1
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Biographical Sketch
For additional information on Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower see box 80 folder 3.
135 2
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Correspondence
Letter from Mamie Doud Eisenhower to Mrs. Marriott, letter to Mr. Marriott from Dwight D. Eisenhower thanking him for hat.
1954-1955
135 3
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Correspondence
Regarding Eisenhower's birthday celebrations.
1956-1957
135 4-5
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Correspondence
Regarding fundraising for the Eisenhower Presidential Library.
1958-1959
135 6
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Correspondence
1960-1962
135 7
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Correspondence
Regarding hunting, guns, and Eisenhower's stag dinner.
1963
135 8
Dwight D. Eisenhower--The Evening Star
Inaugural souvenir section.
1957
135 9
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Focus
Official newsletter of the National Federation of Women.
1969
135 10
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Tickets, invitations, responses, and programs for inagural events.
1953-1957
135 11
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
1953
135 12
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Presidential inauguration official program.
1953
135 13
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Invitations for inauguration and ball.
1953
135 14
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Tickets for inaugural festival, inauguration, and inaugural ball.
1953
135 15
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Gala inaugural concert program.
1957
135 16
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Inaugural ball program.
1957
135 17
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Inaugural ceremonies program.
1957
135 18
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Inaugural festival program.
1957
135 19
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Inaugural parade program.
1957
135 20
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Invitations.
1957
135 21
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Official program.
1957
135 22
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Inauguration
Correspondence regarding tickets for inaugural events.
1957
135 23
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Marriott Crest
Newsletter.
April 1969
135 24
Dwight D. Eisenhower--The Republican
Republican National Committee newsletter.
April-May 1969
135 25
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Salute to Eisenhower Dinner
Program.
1956
135 26
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Time
April 1969
135 27
Dwight D. Eisenhower--Miscellaneous
Mr. Marriott's notes on president's dinner at White House, newspaper articles, White House invitation, Dwight D. Eisenhower inaugural prayer, Eisenhower-Nixon re-election dinner invitation, 1956.
1955-1958
135 28
Founder's Meeting--Egypt-U.S. Business Council
Meeting proceedings, commission materials, press coverage, foreign investments, other miscellaneous material.
August 1975
Inaugural Files
Box Folder
136 1
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--General Information
Press releases regarding reception, information booths and guidebooks, and a memorandum for file.
136 2
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Outline and Summary
136 3
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Budget
136 4
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Engraved Invitations
136 5
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Invitations
136 6
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Souvenir Program
136 7
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Badges, Name Tags, and Identification
136 8
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Military Aids, Instructions and Final Report
136 9
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Hostess Instructions and Lists
136 10
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Junior Hostesses Instructions and Lists
136 11
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Gallery Map
136 12
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Diplomatic Wives and Hostesses Lists
136 13
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Presidential Appointees
136 14
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Women's Organizations List
136 15
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Receiving Line Schedule and Lists
136 16
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Commerical Photographer Information
136 17
Distinguished Ladies' Reception--Report Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous notes on 1961 reception, memorandum for file with general information.
1961
136 18
Finance Committee Report
136 19
Inaugural Committee Report
137 1-2
All-American Gala
Memoranda regarding logistics, tickets, budget, personnel, entertainment, decorations, program.
137 3
Armed Forces--Correspondence
Regarding arrangements for inauguration.
137 4
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Memorandum regarding financial report to Mr. Marriott.
137 5
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Organization and Minutes of Armed Forces Participation Committee.
137 6
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
137 7
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Parade Subcommittee report.
137 8
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Transportation Subcommittee report.
137 9
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Public Information Subcommittee report.
137 10
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Special Events Committee report.
137 11
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Military Aides Subcommittee report.
137 12
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Logistics Subcommittee report.
137 13
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Medical Subcommittee report.
137 14
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Liaison Officer report.
137 15
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Subcommittee functions explained.
137 16
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Fact sheet regarding inaugural personnel requirements.
137 17
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Secretary of Defense report.
137 18
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Motor Pool regulations.
137 19
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Parade route reversal study.
137 20
Armed Forces Joint Executive Committee Report
Assistant Secretary of Defense memorandum and letter.
138 1
Cabinet Members
Newspaper articles, list, program.
138 2
Chairman's Datebook
138 3
Civic Participation Committee
Final report.
138 4
Contracts--Wright and Associates
138 5
Contracts--Miscellaneous
138 6-18
Concessions Committee--Final Report and Recommendations
138 19-22
Correspondence
1968-1971
138 23
Decorations Committee
Final report and letter regarding contract.
138 24
Executive Director's Report
Inaugural Files: Distinguished Ladies' Reception
Box Folder
139 1
Budget
Proposals and correspondence regarding approval.
139 2
Correspondence
1968-1969
139 3
Gallery Map, Guide, and Floor Plan
139 4-5
Hostesses
Rosters, notes.
139 6
Invitation Distribution
Correspondence, quotes, notes, proposed lists.
139 7
Invitations
139 8
Memoranda
139 9
Newspaper Articles
139 10
Notes on Planning
139 11
Receiving Line
Plans, roster.
139 12
Recommendations
139 13
Reports
Miscellaneous.
139 14
Reports--Final Report
Index to report.
139 15
Reports--Final Report
Arrangements for reception.
139 16
Reports--Final Report
Committee member roster, press release.
139 17
Reports--Final Report
Hostesses general information, notification letters, memorandum, gallery map.
139 18
Reports--Final Report
Hostesses (Executive), roster, gallery map.
139 19
Reports--Final Report
Hostesses (Official Inaugural), roster, letter, memoranda, gallery map.
139 20
Reports--Final Report
Hostesses (Congressional), map, roster, letter, memorandum.
139 21
Reports--Final Report
Hostesses (Diplomatic), rosters, letter, memoranda.
139 22
Reports--Final Report
Hostesses (Junior), map, rosters, letter, memoranda.
139 23
Reports--Final Report
General Information, calendar of activities, Official Inaugural Guide Book.
139 24
Reports--Final Report
Invitations, notes regarding distribution, memorandum.
139 25
Reports--Final Report
Military Aides, final report.
139 26
Reports--Final Report
Press releases.
139 27
Reports--Final Report
Receiving line press release, memorandum, plan.
139 28
Reports--Final Report
Report and recommendations.
139 29
Miscellaneous
Guest lists, hostess locator chart, miscellaneous notes and details regarding reception.
Inaugural Files: Financial Records
Box Folder
140 1
Committee Roster
140 2-4
Contributions
Letters regarding contributions for inauguration.
140 5-10
Contributions
Letters regarding surplus contribution use, requests for surplus donation funds for various charitable organizations.
140 11
Correspondence
Regarding expenses and financial affairs.
140 12-13
Financial Report
Preliminary and final drafts.
140 14
Financial Statements
Miscellaneous.
140 15
Inaugural Surplus
Correspondence and vouchers regarding profits sent to National Center for Voluntary Action.
140 16
Inaugural Surplus
Correspondence, press release vouchers regarding funds used to redecorate and refurnish the White House.
140 17
Report of the Budget Committee
140 18
Vouchers--Haddon Craftsmen Incorporated
Vouchers and correspondence.
1969-1972
140 19-22
Vouchers
1969-1973
140 23
Miscellaneous
Inaugural Files
Box Folder
141 1
Governor's Reception
Invitation, notes, floor plan, tickets.
141 2
Grandstand Committee--Contracts
141 3
Grandstand Committee--Correspondence
141 4-5
Grandstand Committee--Final Report
141 6
Grandstand Committee--Miscellaneous
141 7
Hospitality Committee--Guide Book
Guide book, distribution list, memoranda.
141 8
Hospitality Committee--Hostesses
141 9
Hospitality Committee--Log Book
Informational notebook used at hospitality desks with information about inaugural activities.
141 10
Hospitality Committee--McArdle Printing Company
Printing contract.
141 11-12
Hospitality Committee--Minutes
1968-1969
141 13
Hospitality Committee--Report
141 14
Hospitality Committee--Roster
141 15
Hospitality Committee--Timetables
141 16
Hospitality Committee--Tour
Detailed list of committee tours.
141 17
Hospitality Committee--Miscellaneous
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, other information regarding inaugural activities.
141 18
Housing
Memoranda, correspondence.
141 19
Hotel Rates Controversy
Correspondence, newspaper articles, press releases, memoranda regarding Marriott Corporation rate hike for inaugural activities.
Inaugural Files, 1969: Inaugural Ball
Box Folder
142 1
Contracts
Space and special arrangements, checkroom liability, purchasing.
142 2
Contracts
With orchestras and bands.
142 3
Reports
Assistant chairman's report, memoranda and press releases regarding allocation and distribution of invitations, hotel site coordination, and Nixon and Agnew site visit.
142 4
Reports
Reports, memoranda, and other information regarding box seating.
142 5
Reports
Chairman's report.
142 6
Reports
Co-Chairman's report.
142 7
Reports
Executive Director's report.
142 8
Reports
Favors Committee report, suggestions, addendum.
142 9
Reports
General site coordinator's report.
142 10-14
Reports
Tickets and invitations committee report, invitations, tickets, memoranda, check stubs.
142 15
Reports
Report of staff liaison Lynn N. Peterson, Jr. at the Mayflower Hotel.
142 16
Reports
Music and Entertainment Subcommittee report.
142 17
Reports
Newspaper articles.
142 18
Reports
Safety and Security memoranda, correspondence, reports.
142 19
Reports
The Shoreham Hotel report.
142 20
Reports
The Smithsonian Institution Coordinator's report.
142 21
Reports
Transportation Committee final report.
142 22
Reports
Includes correspondence, floor plans, table seating assignments, financial statements.
1970
142 23
Miscellaneous
Notes, correspondence, memoranda.
Inaugural Files: Inaugural Book - Inaugural Committee
Box Volume
143 1
The Inaugural Story
Folder
143 1
Contracts
For inaugural book printing, publishing, sale of book.
143 2-3
Correspondence
1969-1973
143 4
Miscellaneous
Pamphlets regarding the book, order forms, memoranda, notes.
143 5
Inaugural Committee--Coordinators' Reports
Memoranda, notes.
143 6
Inaugural Committee--Office Information and Procedures
143 7
Inaugural Committee--Organizational Charts
143 8
Inaugural Committee--Paid Personnel
Salary lists, memoranda regarding identification for inaugural events.
143 9
Inaugural Committee--Rosters
Of committees, coordinators, officers.
143 10
Inaugural Committee--Telephone Lists
143 11
Inaugural Committee--Miscellaneous
Memoranda, coordinator's assignments, propaganda packet lists.
Inaugural Files: Inaugural Reports
Box Folder
144 1
J. Willard Marriott--Capitol Ceremony
Program, memorandum regarding tickets, suggested chairman's message, letter regarding contract for stands, copy of President Nixon's inaugural address.
144 2
J. Willard Marriott--Committees
Rosters.
144 3
J. Willard Marriott--Lists and Rosters
Rosters from various groups affiliated with the inauguration including the cabinet, governors, and Republican National Committee, National Federation of Republican Women, vote results of the Republican National Finance Committee 1968 Gubernatorial and Congress races.
144 4
J. Willard Marriott--Parade
Route, seating prices, rehearsal schedule, report, participant list, phone list, organizational chart.
144 5
J. Willard Marriott--President Richard M. Nixon
Fact sheet, calendar, correspondence, memoranda, cabinet rosters, information services, correspondence, and inaugural information.
144 6
J. Willard Marriott--Protocol
Press release regarding attire for inaugural events.
144 7
J. Willard Marriott--Republican National Finance Committee
Stationery, committee meeting notes, memoranda about inaugural arrangements, contributions, tickets for various events.
144 8
J. Willard Marriott--State Coordinators
Rosters, information sheets for state coordinators, other miscellaneous information.
144 9
J. Willard Marriott--Status Reports
Committee reports, meeting agendas.
144 10
J. Willard Marriott--Theme
Suggested inaugural themes.
144 11
J. Willard Marriott--Tickets
144 12
J. Willard Marriott--Miscellaneous
Pamphlets regarding inaugural souvenirs, inaugural committee officers, roster, inaugural committee office floor plan, mailroom report, memoranda regarding publicity.
144 13
Alice Marriott--Housing
Press release.
144 14
Alice Marriott--Invitations
Correspondence, quotas, memoranda.
144 15
Alice Marriott--Lists and Rosters.
144 16
Alice Marriott--Medal
Information sheet and pamphlet.
144 17
Alice Marriott--Memoranda
Regarding mail, personnel identification, general information about inaugural policies and procedures, choir busing, congressional liaisons.
1968
144 18
Alice Marriott--Organizational Structure
Committee member roster, press releases, committee and coordinator lists, officer list.
144 19
Alice Marriott--Parade
Route map, press release.
144 20
Alice Marriott--Press Releases
Regarding attire for inaugural ball, committee location, inaugural photographers, religious observation in conjunction with inauguration.
144 21
Alice Marriott--State Coordinators
Roster, hotel assignments, memoranda.
144 22
Alice Marriott--Miscellaneous
Calendar and schedule of activities, telegram regarding formation of steering committee.
Inaugural Files
Box Folder
145 1-3
Insurance Committee--Correspondence
Regarding insurance for inaugural activities, copies of contracts, specifications, insurance committee member correspondence and roster list.
145 4
Insurance Committee--Final Report
145 5
Insurance Committee--Policies
Certificates for property, non-performance, crime, accident, workmen's compensation, umbrella liability, comprehensive liability.
145 6
Invitations Committee--Invitations
Distinguished Ladies' Reception.
145 7
Invitations Committee--Invitations
"Forward Together" command performance.
145 8
Invitations Committee--Invitations
Governor's Reception.
145 9
Invitations Committee--Invitations
145 10
Invitations Committee--Invitations
Inaugural Concert.
145 11-12
Invitations Committee--Invitations
Inauguration.
145 13
Invitations Committee--Invitations
Vice President-Elect Reception.
145 14
Invitations Committee--Invitations
Young Americans Inaugural Celebration.
145 15
Invitations Committee--Invitations
Miscellaneous.
145 16
Invitations Committee--Memoranda
145 17
Invitations Committee--Notes
145 18
Invitations Committee--Report
145 19
Legal Counsel--Contracts
For All-American Gala.
145 20
Legal Counsel--Contracts
For inaugural concert.
145 21
Legal Counsel--Contracts
Birdproofing of trees for parade route.
145 22
Legal Counsel--Correspondence
1968-1970
145 23
Legal Counsel--Legal Problems Pending
Brief and argument regarding Inaugural Committee contributions.
1968
145 24
Legal Counsel--Legal Problems Pending
Perkins v. American Bleachers, correspondence.
1970-1971
145 25
Legal Counsel--Legal Problems Pending
Notes, correspondence, memorandum regarding photographer dispute.
145 26
Legal Counsel--Legal Problems Pending
Miscellaneous.
145 27
Legal Counsel--Preliminary Compilation of Laws Pertaining to the Presidential Inauguration
1969
145 28
Legal Counsel--Miscellaneous
Special regulations for inauguration.
146 1
Medal Committee--Correspondence
Regarding receipt of commemorative medals.
146 2-4
Medal Committee--Report
Includes press releases, member list, correspondence, meeting minutes, notes.
146 5
Medal Committee--Miscellaneous
Order form, sales record form, statistics.
146 6
Medical Committee Report
146 7
Parade Committee--Final Report
146 8
Parade Committee--General Orders
146 9
Parade Committee--Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association
Suggestions submitted by T.M. Chambers.
146 10
Parade Committee--Route
Memorandum, newspaper article.
146 11
Parade Committee--Miscellaneous
Notes, correspondence.
146 12
Program Committee--Judd and Detweiler Incorporated
Invoices, vouchers, notes.
146 13
Program Committee--Program
146 14
Program Committee--Miscellaneous
146 15-17
Proposed Management Plan for the Inaugural Committee
Draft.
146 18-20
Proposed Management Plan for the Inaugural Committee
Preliminary copy.
147 1
Public Safety Committee--Final Report
147 2
Public Safety Committee--Metropolitan Police Department
Details for inauguration, arrangements.
147 3
Public Safety Committee--Miscellaneous
Letters of appreciation and congratulatory correspondence.
147 4
Publicity--Broadcast Promotion Unit
Text for inaugural promotion spots, promotion outline.
147 5
Publicity--Interviews
Notes, questions regarding radio and television interviews.
147 6
Publicity--Newspaper Articles
147 7
Publicity--Notes
147 8
Publicity--Press Releases, Children's Hospital of the District of Columbia
Press release notes regarding inaugural Committee donation.
147 9-12
Publicity--Press Releases, General
Regarding committee members, chairpersons, inaugural souvenirs, committee activities, inaugural activities, suggested attire, state hotel assignments.
147 13
Publicity--Miscellaneous
Correspondence, Mr. Marriott's speech, publicity committee lists, memoranda, inaugural ball and committee history, Spiro T. Agnew biographical sketch, information regarding the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's performance with the Washington National Symphony.
147 14
Recommendations--J. Willard Marriott
Chairman's drafts, report, and letter to President Nixon.
147 15
Recommendations--General
Reports and correspondence suggesting future changes.
147 16
Records of the Inaugural Committee
Memorandum regarding the preservation of and preliminary inventory of committee records.
147 17
Religious Observance Committee Report
147 18
Report of the Historian-Archivist
148 1
Schedule
Inaugural week schedule, calendar of events.
148 2
Souvenirs
Order forms, pamphlets, souvenir portrait and thank-you card from Nixon.
148 3
Special Groups Committee
Memorandum and contract regarding special population groups.
148 4
Special Regulations
148 5
State Coordinators
Memoranda, coordinator list, notes.
148 6
Stationery
148 7
Ticket and Seating Information
Suggestions for cash receipt and ticket handling, memoranda, tickets for inauguration, general seating information.
148 8
Transportation Committee--Report
148 9
Transportation Committee--Subcommittee Report
148 10
Transportation Committee--Miscellaneous
Vehicle pass, letter regarding committee space requirements.
148 11
Veterans Committee
Memoranda regarding Medal of Honor.
148 12
Vice President's Reception
Program, invitation, ticket, RSVP card.
148 13
Volunteers Committee--Subcommittee Report
148 14
Volunteers Committee--Miscellaneous
Notes, letters from volunteers.
148 15
Young American's Committee--Correspondence
148 16
Young American's Committee
Invitations.
148 17
Miscellaneous
Copy of the song Bring Us Together Again, 1969 issue of Jet magazine regarding role of blacks at inauguration, suggested dress list for inaugural activities, memorandum regarding attendance of astronauts at inaugural ceremonies, memorandum regarding security at inaugural events.
Inaugural Files: Armed Forces Inaugural Committee--Final Report
Box Folder
149 1
Introduction
149 2
Significant Documents
149 3
Logistics Subcommittee
149 4
Medical Subcommittee
149 5
Military Aides Subcommittee
149 6
Parade Subcommittee
149 7
Public Information Subcommittee
149 8
Special Events Subcommittee
149 9
Transportation Subcommittee
149 10
Liaison to Joint Congressional Committee
149 11
Liaison Officer to the Civilian Chairman
149 12
Secretariat
149 13
Armed Forces Project Officer
149 14
Military Aide to the Civilian Chairman
Inaugural Files: Chairman's Records - Contracts and Agreements
Box Folder
150 1-2
Chairman's Records--Correspondence
Includes Alert Flag and Banner Company catalog.
150 3
Chairman's Records--Directory
150 4
Chairman's Records--Invitations
Invitations to events not affiliated with the inauguration.
150 5
Chairman's Records--Memoranda
150 6
Chairman's Records--Personnel
150 7
Chairman's Records--Press Aide
Final report.
150 8
Chairman's Records--Press Conference
Possible questions and suggested answers.
150 9
Chairman's Records--Schedule
150 10-14
Civic Participation--Final Report
150 15
Concessions and License Plates--Correspondence and Memoranda
Regarding distribution list, concessions, financial statement for inaugural license plates.
150 16
Concessions and License Plates--Final Report
150 17
Concessions and License Plates--Order Forms and Concession Information
150 18-19
Contracts and Agreements
Inaugural Files: Correspondence--Entertainment
Box Folder
151 1-2
Correspondence
151 3
Correspondence Control
Final report.
151 4
Directories
151 5-6
Disbursement of Funds--Correspondence
151 7
Disbursement of Funds--Memoranda
151 8
Disbursement of Funds--Notes
151 9-10
Disbursement of Funds--Payment Requests
151 11
Entertainment--Candlelight Dinner
Final report.
151 12
Entertainment--Final Report
Inaugural Files: Executive Director Records
Box Folder
152 1
Correspondence
152 2-3
Invitation Control
Memoranda, correspondence, notes, final report.
152 4-5
Memoranda
152 6-8
Press Releases
152 9-10
Program Planning
Final report.
152 11-14
Promotion and Advertising--Final Report
152 15
Promotion and Advertising--Memoranda
152 16
Schedule
Inaugural Files: Facilities and Equipment - Final Reports
The final reports in this subseries are group reports that include multiple committees and therefore are not housed with the committee materials. Some of the committees included in the reports have been listed below; for further information about each group see the organizational charts.
Box Folder
153 1
Facilities and Equipment Committee
Final report.
153 2
Fact Sheet
153 3
Final Report--Group I
Finance, personnel, record control, information center, facilities and equipment, correspondence, purchase and procurement, transportation, volunteers, invitation support.
153 4
Final Report--Group III
Parade, medals, program book, license plates, concessions, marketing and distribution.
153 5
Final Report--Group IV
State societies, young voters, religious groups, veterans, special groups.
153 6
Final Report--Group V
Housing, hospitality, civic participation.
153 7
Final Report--Group VI
Armed forces, public service, medical, stands and bleachers.
Inaugural Files: Finance Committee
Box Folder
154 1-2
American Security and Trust--General Account
Account books.
154 3-4
American Security and Trust--General Account
Account statements.
154 5
American Security and Trust--General Account
Deposit receipts.
154 6
American Security and Trust--Headquarters Account
Invoices paid from headquarters.
154 7-8
American Security and Trust--Headquarters Account
Statements, cancelled checks, check stubs.
154 9
Comptroller's Report
154 10
Final Budget
154 11-14
Final Report
154 15
Financial Report--Rough Draft
154 16
Financial Report--Final Draft
Inaugural Files: Finance Committee - Housing Committee
Additional general counsel opinions are filed by subject.
Box Folder
155 1-3
Finance Committee--Summary of Obligations and Revenues
155 4
Finance Committee--Guarantee Fund
Correspondence.
155 5-6
Finance Committee--Guarantee Fund, Riggs National Bank
Correspondence, final report.
155 7-9
Finance Committee--McLachlen National Bank
Correspondence, notices, statements.
155 10-11
Finance Committee--Miscellaneous Accounts
Returned checks.
155 12
General Counsel
Marc Goldstein case.
155 13
General Counsel
Opinions.
155 14-17
Hospitality Committee--Final Report
155 18
Housing Committee--Final Report
Inaugural Files: Inaugural Ball - Information Center
Box Folder
156 1-3
Inaugural Ball--Final Report
156 4-5
Inaugural Committee
Proposed membership, correspondence, memoranda, list.
156 6
Inaugural Committee
Requests and rosters.
156 7
Inaugural Concerts
Final report.
156 8
Inaugural Seal Trademark
Correspondence, memoranda, trademark registration application.
156 9-11
Information Center
Final report.
156 12-15
Invitations
156 16
Invitation Support Committee
Final report.
156 17
Invitation Support Committee
Production report.
Inaugural Files: Marketing and Distribution Committee - Musician's Payment Dispute
Memoranda in box 157, folders 9-12 are from groups which include multiple committees and are therefore not housed with committee material.
Box Folder
157 1
Marketing and Distribution Committee
Final report.
157 2-3
Medals and Program Book--Correspondence
157 4
Medals and Program Book--Memoranda
157 5
Medals and Program Book--Orders
Informational brochures, reports, invoices, order lists.
157 6-7
Medals and Program Book--Final Report
Volume
157 1
The Inaugural Book
Folder
157 8
Medical Committee
157 9
Memoranda--Group II
157 10-11
Memoranda--Group IV
157 12
Memoranda--Group V
157 13
Memoranda--Miscellaneous
157 14
Minutes
157 15
Musician's Payment Dispute
Correspondence, memoranda, notes.
1969-1974
Inaugural Files
Box Folder
158 1
Operation Manual--Group I
158 2
Organizational Chart
158 3
Parade Committee--Final Order of Parade Units
158 4-6
Parade Committee--Final Report
158 7
Parade Committee--Float Specifications
158 8
Parade Committee--Memoranda
158 9
Parade Committee--Programs
158 10
Passes and Permits
158 11-14
Personnel Committee--Certificates of Non-Residence
158 15-16
Personnel Committee--Employment Forms
158 17
Personnel Committee--Federal Tax Deposit Forms
158 18-19
Personnel Committee--Final Report
159 1-4
Personnel Committee--Personnel Forms
159 5
Personnel Committee--Termination Notices
159 6-9
Personnel Committee--Wage and Tax Statements
1972-1973
159 10-15
Press Relations Committee--Final Report
159 16
Programs
White House worship service and inaugural concerts.
159 17
Programs
"Salute to the States" and "A Salute to America's Heritage."
159 18
Programs
Inauguration luncheon.
159 19
Programs
Inaugural parade, Inaugural Guide.
159 20
Purchasing and Procurement--Final Report
Inaugural Files: Publicity
Box Folder
160 1
Biographies
160 2
Miscellaneous
160 3-9
Newspaper Articles
Some articles were copied and originals placed in box 160A.
1969-1973
160 10-12
Press Conferences and Press Releases
160 13
Publications
Smithsonian, and The Leaves.
January 1973
160A
Inaugural Files: Publicity
The materials in these boxes are original newspapers concerning Nixon's 1973 inauguration, his resignation, and Honor America Day.
1973
Inaugural Files: Records Control - Will Call Tickets and Miscellaneous Files
Box Folder
161 1
Records Control
Correspondence and list of records transferred to the National Archives.
161 2-6
Salute to the States--Final Report
161 7
Schedules and Activities
Schedules, price list, activities lists.
161 8
Special Regulations
Memoranda and pamphlet detailing regulations.
161 9
Stands and Bleachers Committee
Memorandum, final report.
161 10-11
State Coordinators
Directories.
161 12
State Coordinators--Miscellaneous
Contributors, memoranda, roster.
161 13
Stationery
162 1-2
Tickets
162 3-4
Tickets and Accommodations
Correspondence, lists, memoranda, notes.
162 5-6
Transportation
162 7
Vice President's Reception Committee
Final report, program.
162 8
Volunteers Committee--Final Report
162 9
Will Call Tickets
Final report, memoranda.
162 10
Miscellaneous Inaugural Information
General information.
162 11
Miscellaneous Inaugural Information
Memorabilia and souvenir information, order forms.
162 12
Miscellaneous Inaugural Information
Reports.
162 13
Miscellaneous Inaugural Information
Floor plan of the Federal Office Building.
163 1
Committee Membership and Organization
List, organizational chart.
1977
163 2
Correspondence
1977
163 3
Inaugural Guide to Washington
1977
163 4
Information Brochure
Pre-Inaugural Planning Executive Status Review, organizational chart, miscellaneous information.
1976-1977
163 5
1977: Information Brochure
Inaugural planning summary, miscellaneous information.
1976-1977
163 6
Memoranda
1977
163 7
Newspaper Articles
1977
163 8
Notes
1977
163 9
Recommendations for Inaugural Committee
1977
163 10
Miscellaneous
1977
163 11
Guide Book
1981
163 12
Invitation
1981
163 13
Memoranda and Correspondence
1980-1981
163 14
Newspaper Articles
1981
163 15
Newsweek
1981
163 16
Time
1981
163 17
Miscellaneous
Republican National Committee Finance Committee Report, December 1980.
1981
Republican National Committee
Box Folder
164 1
Convention
Calendar, scheduled events.
1960
164 2
Convention
Call for the Republican National Convention.
1960
164 3
Convention
Committee assignments.
1960
164 4
Convention
Committee on Arrangements correspondence, committee assignments, memoranda, roster.
1960
164 5
Convention
Delegate information.
1960
164 6
Convention
Fact sheet.
1960
164 7
Convention
Invitation and admission cards to convention-related events.
1960
164 8
Convention
Memorandum book with notes.
1960
164 9
Convention
Press release, fact sheet.
1960
164 10
Convention
Rules adopted by the Republican National Convention.
1960
164 11
Convention
Seating assignments.
1960
164 12
Convention
Miscellaneous materials that include Republican National Convention list 1856-1960, Order of Business, 1960 Republican Platform, Dwight D. Eisenhower's State of the Union Address, a report entitled "The 1960 Elections: A Summary Report With Supporting Tables," newspaper articles, and a "Politics Sunnyside-Up" breakfast program.
1960
164 13
Convention--Budget
Bank statements.
1964
164 14-18
Convention--Budget
Financial statements, treasurer's reports and accompanying correspondence, reports, and notes.
1964
164 19
Convention--Budget
Notes.
1964
164 20
Convention--Budget
Proposed budget.
1964
164 21
Convention--Budget
Miscellaneous.
1964
164 22
Convention--Committee on Arrangements
Correspondence, memoranda, rosters, minutes.
1964
164 23
Convention--Delegates
Telephone directory and guide, resolutions regarding selection of pages and doorkeepers, distribution of tickets, memorandum regarding delegate selection process, press releases, notes, correspondence from prospective delegates, delegate list.
1964
164 24
Convention--Fact Sheet
1964
164 25
Convention--List of Officers, Executive Committee, and Members
1961-1964
164 26
Convention--Manual
Fact sheet, officers, committee convention assignments, information regarding the Cow Palace convention center in San Francisco.
1964
164 27
Convention--Newspaper Articles
1964
164 28
Convention--Payroll
Notes, memoranda, correspondence.
1964
164 29
Convention--Press Releases
1964
164 30
Convention--Publications
The 1964 American Voter, 1964 TV Viewers' Political Conventions Guide, Republican Report.
1964
164 31
Convention--Report
1964
164 32
Convention--Republican Platform
For the People.
1964
164 33
Convention--Rules Adopted by the Republican National Convention
1964
164 34
Convention--Stationery, Blank Checks, Memorandum Forms
1964
164 35
Convention--Timetable
1964
164 36
Convention--Miscellaneous
1964
165 1-2
Budget
Proposed and final budgets, financial statements, cash receipts and disbursements, miscellaneous notes.
165 3
Call for the Republican National Convention
165 4
Committee on Arrangements
Information packet.
165 5
Convention and Election Handbook
165 6
Convention Facilities
Postcard, brochures.
165 7
Correspondence
165 8
Delegates
Seating arrangements for convention, correspondence, memoranda regarding delegates, statistics.
165 9
Delegates
Process of Delegate Selection report.
165 10
Evans-Novak Political Report
165 11
Memoranda
Regarding duties and procedures, committee on arrangements.
165 12
Newspaper Articles
165 13
Order of Business
165 14
Permanent Roll of Delegates and Alternate Delegates
165 15
Press Relations
Memorandum, requirements, Public Broadcast Library request.
165 16
Report of the Committee on Convention Reforms
165 17
Report of the Committee on Rules and Order Business
165 18
Republican Report
165 19
Rosters
Committees, officers.
165 20
Telephone Directory and Guide
165 21
Tickets
Correspondence, memoranda, resolution.
165 22
Miscellaneous
Notes, fact sheet, general information regarding convention.
166 1
Republican National Committee--Aircraft Study Committee
Report, correspondence, notes.
1969
166 2
Republican National Committee--Coordinating Committee
Press releases, notes, committee rosters.
166 3
Republican National Committee--Correspondence
Includes brochure regarding Agnes Waters, candidate for president, 1944-1960.
1960
166 4-13
Republican National Committee--Correspondence
1961-1975
166 14
Republican National Committee--Officers, Executive Committee and Members
Rosters, minutes.
166 15
Republican National Committee--Stationery
166 16
Republican National Committee--Miscellaneous
Newsletter and brochure entitled Will the Negroes Give Their Votes to the Communists?; pamphlets Our American Government. What is it? How Does it Function?, and A Declaration of Republican Principle and Policy; Melvin R. Laird speech "A Declaration of the Republican Principle and Policy: The Report of the 1962 Joint Committee on Republican Principles;" "Major Differences Between the Republican and Democratic Platforms of 1960;" "Notes for Talk by Dwight D. Eisenhower, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania" in October 1962; letter awarding Escape Weekend to League of Republican Women; information regarding painting "The American Bald Eagle" by John A. Ruthven.
Republican National Finance Committee
Box Folder
166 17
Correspondence
1972-1978
166 18
Geographical Membership Lists
1971-1972
166 19
Meeting
Agenda, supplemental information.
1971
166 20
Membership Roster
1971
166 21
Eagles Meeting
Agenda, attendees, new Republican congressman lists, memoranda.
1978
166 22
Stationery
166 23
Miscellaneous
George Romney
Box Folder
167 1
Biographical Material
167 2-3
Correspondence
1962-1966
167 4
Correspondence
Includes speech by Marriner S. Eccles "Vietnam: Its Effect on the Nation."
1967-1973
167 5
Financial Information
Financing schedules, contribution records, available funds, salary information, proposed budget.
167 6
Memoranda
167 7-9
Newspaper Articles
1962-1970
167 10
Notes
167 11-13
Poll Data
167 14
Receptions and Parties
Schedules, guest lists, invitations, correspondence, notes.
167 15
Speeches and Press Conferences
167 16
Miscellaneous
Pamphlets, brochures, press releases, list of potential Romney employees, briefs, editorials.
Speeches - Watergate
The speeches in this series comprise one of two files Mr. Marriott organized. One is found in the general subject files in section three, the other in this box. Speeches in this box are political in nature. Although some speeches in Bx 98 may have political themes, left in the original order with the subject files.
Box Folder
168 1
Speeches--David S. Broder
"Analysis of Responsibilities of the Republican Party," given to the League of Republican Women of the District of Columbia at the Mayflower Hotel.
1965
168 2
Speeches--Dwight D. Eisenhower
"Why I am a Republican."
1964
168 3
Speeches--Mark Evans
Given in Los Angeles.
1961
168 4
Speeches--J. Keith Louden
"Organization," and "Leadership."
168 5
Speeches--William E. Miller
Delivered at the Republican Women's Conference Banquet in Washington, D.C.
1963
168 6
Speeches--William E. Miller
Des Moines, Iowa.
1961
168 7
Speeches--Thurston B. Morton
"An Open Letter to Republican Neighborhood Workers," "A Report of the 1964 Senatorial Races With Suggestions for the Future," at the Republican National Convention Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
1964-1965
168 8
Speeches--William Oncken Jr.
"Professional Management."
168 9
Speeches--Elly M. Peterson
"Be Prepared," "Grow Up America," "Red Hot - Lukewarm - or Cold?" "This Hour of Decision," two untitled speeches given to the Pennsylvania Council of Republican Women, and the Michigan Automobile Dealers Convention at MacKinac Island.
1964
168 10
Speeches--Ladd Plumley
"Today's Commitment for Tomorrow," for Republican Associates of Fresno, California.
1963
168 11
Speeches--Ronald Reagan
"A Time for Choosing," San Francisco, California; "Encroaching Control," untitled speech from New Haven Arena, The Fact Finder brochure.
1961-1965
168 12
Speeches--Lenore Romney
"Our American Heritage," Republican Women's Conference.
1964
168 13
Speeches--Maurice H. Stans
Republican National Committee, Seattle, Washington.
1962
168 14
Speeches--Thyra Godfrey Thomson
"The Voting Privilege and a New Objective," at the Mayflower Hotel to the District of Columbia League of Republican Women.
1961
168 15
Speeches--James B. Utt
"The Free Enterprise System," in the House of Representatives.
1963
168 16
Speeches--Ernest L. Wilkinson
"The Founding, Fruition, and Future of Free Enterprise," at the National Restaurant Association.
1962
168 17
Speeches--Miscellaneous
Speeches given at the Republican National Committee by Bob Wilson, Barry Goldwater, William E. Miller.
1961
168 18
Speeches--Republican National Committee Speech Kit
1964
168 19
Watergate
Press release regarding Jeb Magruder, Newspaper articles, Evans-Novak Political Report dated April 25, 1973.
1973
White House
The documents in this series consist mainly of correspondence, but also included are memoranda, notes, telegrams, and newspaper articles.
Box Folder
169 1-15
Correspondence
Items of particular interest include: two speeches by Richard Nixon entitled "Freedom: A Condition and a Process," delivered at the Karl E. Mundt Library dedication at General Beadle State College in Madison, South Dakota, and the commencement exercises speech given at the Air Force Academy, located in folder two; fabric swatch from Nixon's inaugural robe made by Nicholas DiTieri, located in folder 3.
1969-1974
169 16
Miscellaneous
White House Visitor's Passes; "Best wishes from Richard Nixon" cards with exact reproductions of Nixon's signature; notes; memoranda; newspaper articles; explanatory material on the president's economic program; September 28, 1969 issue of the White House Newsletter; seating chart and guest list.
1969-1974
Political Records--Miscellaneous
Box Folder
170 1
Campaign Costs
"Howard K. Smith News and Comment," "The High Cost of Campaigning," notes regarding campaign costs.
170 2
Citizens for Eisenhower
Letter, newsletter.
1956
170 3
The Government of the District of Columbia
1958
170 4
Invitations
American Newspaper Women's Club reception at the White House, September 12, 1978; Christmas open house at White House December 20, 1984; inaugural ball invitation January 20, 1949.
170 5
Newspaper Articles
This folder also contains copies of The Washington Post and Washington Star News concerning Nixon's resignation. Originals are housed in box 160a.
1960s-1970s
170 6
Nomination and Election of the President and Vice President of the United States
Janurary 1968
170 7
Pamphlets and Brochures
A Citizen Has No Right to be an Onlooker, 1964; The Role and Functions of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania, undated.
170 8
Programs--Great Ladies of America Luncheon
July 1960
170 9
Programs--Inaugural Anniversary Dinner
January 1962
170 10
Programs--International Ball
1960
170 11
Programs--International Ball
1961
170 12
Programs--Lincoln's Birthday Dinner
February 1960
170 13
Programs--"New Purpose, New Progress" Inaugural Anniversary Dinner
1962
170 14
Programs--Republican Campaign Dinner
1960
170 15
Programs--Republican Dinner
1963
170 16
Programs--Republican Go-Day Rally
Janurary 1964
170 17
Programs--Republican Kickoff
1956
170 18
Programs--Republicans Start Victory Program
1962
170 19
Programs--Salute to Eisenhower Dinner
January 1956
170 20
Programs--Testimonial Dinner to Honor Republican Members of Congress
170 21
Republican Governor's Association
Statement.
April 1964
170 22-23
State of the Union Addresses
1970-1971
170 24
"Vietnam Peace Initiatives," President Richard Nixon
May 1969
170 25
Miscellaneous
Admit card to White House May 2, 1946; Invitation to Mrs. Eisenhower's birthday party, November 9, 1954; Pre-Inaugural Tea invitation January 18, 1957; "Vote Shipley Marriott Hahn Official Republican Ticket," sticker; pamphlet The President's Official Family brochure.
1946-1957

Honor America DayReturn to Top

These files document Mr. Marriott's service as chairman of Honor America Day from 1970 until 1984. Materials include information about the American Historic and Cultural Society, the Bicentennial Celebration, souvenirs and commemorative memorabilia, publicity and promotional materials, contributions, correspondence, financial information, celebration plans, Flag Day Ceremony, pamphlets, general information, and anti-pornography material from the group Morality in Media.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
171 1
American Historic and Cultural Society Incorporated--Board of Directors Meetings
Notes.
1971
171 2
American Historic and Cultural Society Incorporated--Board of Directors Meetings
Minutes, notes, committee list.
1972
171 3
American Historic and Cultural Society Incorporated--Board of Directors Meetings
Minutes, memorandum.
1973
171 4
American Historic and Cultural Society Incorporated--Board of Directors Meetings
Minutes, memorandum, report, committee list.
1974-1976
171 5
American Historic and Cultural Society Incorporated--Board of Directors Meetings
Minutes, committee list.
1982-1983
171 6
American Historic and Cultural Society Incorporated--Board of Directors Meetings, Miscellaneous
Notes, committee lists.
171 7-10
Balfour Company Gifts
Correspondence and gift lists.
1972-1973
171 11
Bicentennial Celebration--Correspondence and Memoranda
1973-1974
171 12
Bicentennial Celebration--Correspondence
Includes letters, brochure, and general information sent in mass mailings to mayors, governors, broadcasters and community leaders.
1976
171 13-18
Bicentennial Celebration--General Information and Notes
Schedule, invitations, tickets, guest lists, stationery, hotels, parade, travel, Philadelphia Celebration.
171 19
Bicentennial Celebration--Information Kit
Press releases, calendars
172 1-4
Bicentennial Celebration--Monument
Correspondence, memoranda.
1972-1974
172 5
Bicentennial Celebration--Monument
Pamphlets entitled Statue of Liberty, dated 1952; and Status II from the National Visitor Center dated 1972.
172 6
Bicentennial Celebration--Monument, Miscellaneous
Newspaper articles, benediction by Fulton J. Sheen dated July 4, 1970.
1970
172 7
Bicentennial Celebration--Newspaper Articles
172 8
Bicentennial Celebration--People's Bicentennial Commission
Publications.
172 9
Bicentennial Celebration--"Project Forward"
Materials regarding religious convocation including pamphlet, letter, information sheet, purpose statement, sponsor list.
172 10
Bicentennial Celebration--Souvenirs
Commemorative porcelain eagle, ingots.
172 11
Bicentennial Celebration--Tickets and Invitations
172 12
Bicentennial Celebration--Miscellaneous
Newsletter from Varian Associates, camera-ready features, remarks by President Gerald R. Ford, for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, press release regarding the United States Military Service special bicentennial programs.
172 13
Chamber of Commerce of the United States--Newsletters
Chamber of Commerce Newsletter, State Chambers of Commerce in Action.
1976
172 14
Chamber of Commerce of the United States--Pamphlets and Brochures
Various Chamber of Commerce publications regarding business and economics.
172 15
Chamber of Commerce of the United States--Promotional Materials
Scripts, public service announcements, pamphlets and brochures regarding Chamber of Commerce films and slides.
172 16-18
Commemorative Plate, Edward Marshall Boehm Incorporated--Correspondence
1973-1974
172 19
Commemorative Plate, Edward Marshall Boehm Incorporated--General Information
Order forms, informational brochure.
172 20
Commemorative Plate, Edward Marshall Boehm Incorporated--Plate Design and Pattern
172 21
Commemorative Plate, Edward Marshall Boehm Incorporated--Proposal
172 22
Commemorative Plate, Edward Marshall Boehm Incorporated--Miscellaneous
Porcelain Catalog, newspaper articles, advertising schedule.
173 1
Contributions--Corporate Lists
1970
173 2-9
Contributions--Correspondence and Memoranda
1972-1982
173 10
Contributions--Direct Mail Campaign
Correspondence, memoranda.
1971-1972
173 11
Contributions--Miscellaneous
173 12-21
Correspondence
1970
174 1-19
Correspondence
1971-1985
175 1
Financial Information--Correspondence
1972
175 2
Financial Information--Correspondence
1974
175 3-5
Financial Information--Reports and Financial Statements
1972-1974
175 6
Financial Information--Statements of Account
175 7
Financial Information--Stock Information
1974
175 8
Financial Information--Tax Information
1970
175 9
Financial Information--Tax Information, Miscellaneous
175 10-12
Flag Day Ceremony--Correspondence and Memoranda
1973-1975
175 13
Flag Day Ceremony--Press Releases
1973
175 14
Flag Day Ceremony--Rules for Display of the Flag
175 15
Flag Day Ceremony--"Remember Me?"
Prose piece by David C. Graham.
175 16
Flag Day Ceremony--Washington Host Lion's Club
Flag Day Gala program.
1973
175 17
Flag Day Ceremony--Miscellaneous
Media Relations and Publicity
Box Folder
176 1-11
Correspondence
1970-1984
176 12
Happy Birthday America Songbook
1976
176 13
Let Freedom Ring Again
Pamphlets.
176 14
"Let Freedom Ring Again"
Program draft copy.
1976
176 15
"Let Freedom Ring Again"
Program final copy.
1976
176 16
Morality in Media--"Concept-Treatment for TV Special"
176 17
Morality in Media--Correspondence
Regarding the organization, availability of R- and X-rated films in Marriott hotels, May 23 television boycott, Mr. Marriott's appointment to Morality in Media Board of Directors.
1978
176 18
Morality in Media--Correspondence
Regarding national spokespersons.
1978
176 19
Morality in Media--Correspondence
General correspondence, memoranda and notes regarding R- and X-rated film policies in Marriott hotels.
1979
176 20
Morality in Media--Newsletters
1979-1980
176 21
Morality in Media--Programs
1978-1979
176 22
Morality in Media--Reports
1977-1978
176 23
Morality in Media--Speech
Mr. Marriott's speech.
1979
176 24
Morality in Media--Miscelaneous
Notes, general information.
176 25-26
Newspaper Articles
1972-1973
177 1-2
Newspaper Articles
1973-1974
177 3
Newspaper Articles
Includes April 1 issue of Commander's Digest.
1976
177 4-6
Newspaper Articles
Includes 1978 issue of Freedom's Flag: Journal of the American Flag Institute, and April-June 1978 issue of Nitty Gritty.
1978
177 7
Newspaper Articles
1981
177 8-9
Newspaper Articles
Includes a copy of The Ironworker.
1982
177 10-12
Newspaper Articles
1984
177 13
Newspaper Articles, Miscellaneous
177 14
Pamphlets and General Information
Mail order form, film pamphlet.
1970
177 15-20
Pamphlets and General Information
Pamphlets, camera-ready features, radio and television spots, flyers, advertising supplement.
1973-1978
177 21-25
Pamphlets and General Information
Pamphlets, camera-ready features.
1980-1985
177 26
Pamphlets and General Information, Not Dated
Pamphlet, flyers.
177 27
Press Releases
1973-1984
177 28
Program Outlines
Includes speech by Billy Graham.
1970-1980
177 29
Publication Proofs
177 30
Publications, Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous corporate newsletters with references to advertisements regarding Honor America Day; Ruritan, June-July 1984; Family Matters, June 1984; Challenge, July 1979 by the National Federation of Republican Women; The Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes, June 17, 1984; RG , E News, May-June 1978; Lenexa Community Days flyer, 1984.
1878-1984
177 31
Radio and Television Spots
1971
177 32
Script for film, "Proudly They Came"
177 33
Transcript of Program
1976
177 34
Miscellaneous
"Historical Highlights of the Continuing Program to Honor America, 1970-1978;" Accounts Journal, 1973; station break insert; Achievement Awards Competition Grand Prize winner certificate; paper entitled "My Plea for Patriotism," by Lori Cox; draft of program script.
Box Folder
178 1
National Independence Day Parade
Bumper sticker, correspondence, notes, Advisory Board meeting agenda, stationery, souvenir booklet.
1982
178 2
Preliminary Plans
Fact sheet, program.
1970
178 3-6
Preliminary Plans
Correspondence, memoranda, newspaper articles, planning aids, proposals.
1971
178 7
Preliminary Plans
Miscellaneous.
1971
178 8-10
Preliminary Plans
Correspondence, memoranda, information kit, planning aids.
1972
178 11-12
Preliminary Plans
Correspondence, memoranda, information kit.
1973
178 13
Preliminary Plans
Correspondence.
1974
178 14
Preliminary Plans
Agendas.
1982-1985
178 15
Preliminary Plans, Miscellaneous
Committee lists, "The Guiding Spirit of Religious Heritage of America Incorporated" program.
178 16-21
Proclamations
1972-1984
178 22
Proclamations
178 23-26
Resolutions
1972-1976
178 27
Stationery
178 28
"Why Honor America?"
Booklet draft.
178 29
"Why Honor America?"
Correspondence.
1974
178 30
Miscellaneous
J. Willard Marriott's datebook, May-July 1970.
178 31-32
Miscellaneous
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) stickers, Senator Jake Garn Vigilantia Legum Latorum - Experimenta Medicinalia patch, certificate, pamphlets, newspaper articles, Dudley Swim speech "Sense and Nonsense in Higher Education," notes, rosters, lists.

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing ArtsReturn to Top

These papers document Alice Sheets Marriott's involvement with the Kennedy Center and in the national arts community in general. All records have been listed under the Kennedy Center name, although the organization itself was called the National Cultural Center until the dedication of the Kennedy Center in 1971. This section of the collection also provides a comprehensive look at Mrs. Marriott's individual activities, and the esteem with which she was regarded by colleagues and admirers across the country.

Container(s) Description Dates
General Information
Box Folder
179 1
Annual Report
1969
179 2
Background Information--Fact Sheets
1978
179 3
Background Information--Legislative History and Organization Structure
Remarks to Advisory Committee by Ralph E. Becker, General Counsel and Trustee.
179 4
Background Information--The Kennedy Center: What it is and How to Use it Booklet, notes
179 5
Background Information--National Cultural Center
Reports detailing programs, functions, policies, facilities, and management.
179 6
Background Information--Reports
Report by Mrs. Marriott, explanation of her affiliation with the center.
179 7
Bicentennial Celebration
"A Historic Review," proposal submitted by Michael J. Bandler for Bicentennial activities at the Kennedy Center.
1973
179 8-10
Biographical Information, A-Z
Sketches and biographies of Kennedy Center board and committee members, advisors, and artists affiliated with the center.
179 11
Brochures and Pamphlets
1970-1980
179 12
By-Laws
By-laws of the Board of Trustees, resolutions and amendments, copy of the charter creating the American National Theatre and Academy, copy of the John F. Kennedy Center Act.
1935-1975
179 13
Competitions
Article and announcement about Kennedy Center competitions.
1970-1971
179 14
Concert Hall
Seating guides, layout of the hall, organ specifications, stage plans.
179 15
Conservatory
Proposal.
1981
179 16-19
General Committee Handbook
Committee rosters and address lists, regional map and lists, articles, staff list, financial reports, general information about the center.
1970-1971
179 20-22
Invitations
Invitations to various celebrations and performances held at the Kennedy Center.
1960-1984
179 23
Opera House
Correspondence about upcoming events, seating, blank contract with the Washington Opera.
1971
179 24
Program--Gala Preview
1971
179 25
Tenth Anniversary Information Packet
1981
179 26
Tickets and Seating
Corporate ticket order form, memoranda about ticket prices and sales.
1975-1980
179 27
Tours
Student tour itineraries, general instructions, brochure for the Roof Terrace.
1972-1974
179 28
Miscellaneous
Memorandum regarding design, tentative Kennedy Center programming.
Alliance for Arts Education
Box Folder
180 1
Background Information
General description of the Alliance, functions, coordinators, and a general information packet.
180 2
Correspondence
Memoranda and correspondence detailing the Alliance's affiliation with the center.
1971-1974
180 3
Directories
180 4
Festivals
Correspondence, reports, and memoranda regarding requests for assistance from or affiliation with the Kennedy Center for various festivals.
1970-1974
180 5
Interchange
Newsletter.
1983
180 6
Meeting Plans
Preliminary plans for regional meetings.
1973
180 7
Meeting Report
Summary report from regional meetings.
1973
180 8
Meetings
Letter, presentation.
1973
180 9
Meetings
Schedule, agenda, meeting plan, roster.
1973
180 10-11
Meetings
Notes, agenda, objectives, report, minutes, guest list, participant list, memoranda.
1973
180 12-14
Meetings
Agenda, minutes, committee list, advisory panel check sheet, memoranda, advisory panel information, program announcement, proposals, general information, state program application, salary and expense requirements.
1974
180 15
Meetings
State program recommendations and proposals.
1974
180 16
Meetings
Agenda, committee lists, college orchestra nominations, Showcase Programs list, informational brochure.
1974
180 17
Meetings
Agenda, minutes, memorandum.
1974
180 18
Meetings
Minutes.
1974
180 19
Meetings
Agenda, showcase budget, Alliance for Arts Education, budget, budget sheet, memorandum concerning Showcase, press release, Showcase activities list, newspaper articles about the Showcase, minutes.
1974
180 20
Meetings
Schedule, memorandum, fact sheet about Showcase activities.
1974
180 21
Meetings
Minutes.
1974
180 22
Meetings
Agenda, minutes, budget, Showcase proposal, internship proposal, grant proposal, Alliance for Arts Education background, state roster, state reports.
1974
180 23-25
Meetings
Agenda, preliminary draft for State Arts Education Projects, memoranda concerning Showcase, budget, Showcase schedule, member roster and brochure from the National Committee for Arts for Mentally Retarded and Handicapped, proposals, Music and Youth Festival general statement, correspondence, rosters, preliminary draft of the State Arts Education Projects, internship information.
1975
180 26
Meetings
Minutes.
1975
Alliance for Arts Education - Board of Trustees
Box Folder
181 1
Alliance for Arts Education--Newspaper Articles
1973-1980
181 2
Alliance for Arts Education--Pamphlets
181 3
Alliance for Arts Education--Program Guide
1985
181 4
Alliance for Arts Education--Proposals
Program proposal, criteria, proposal for student art work national exhibition, Showcase proposal.
1974
181 5-6
Alliance for Arts Education--Rosters
181 7
Alliance for Arts Education--Miscellaneous
Notes, financial statements, regional maps.
181 8
American Film Institute--Agreement
Copy of 23-page agreement between the American Film Institute and the Kennedy Center.
1973
181 9
American Film Institute--Correspondence
Correspondence and memoranda concerning agreements between the American Film Institute and the Kennedy Center.
1972-1973
181 10
"An American Pageant of the Arts"
Program and menu, promotional material.
1962
181 11
Art Auction
Proposals, memorandum, letter detailing program progress and development.
1973
181 12-20
Board of Trustees Meetings
Minutes, agendas, correspondence, notes.
1972-1974
Board of Trustees
Box Folder
182 1-30
Board of Trustees Meetings
Minutes, agendas, correspondence, notes.
1975-1984
182 31
Board of Trustees--Reports
1970-1971
182 32
Board of Trustees--Responsibilities of Trustees
Sixteen-page draft of summary.
1975
182 33
Board of Trustees--Miscellaneous
Dates for future board meetings, notes detailing Mrs. Marriott's appointment to the board and length of service.
1984-1985
Capital Campaign - Correspondence
The correspondence in this series primarily discusses Kennedy Center functions and administration, committee organization and member relations, and Mrs. Marriott's involvement with the center. In addition, congratulatory correspondence, solicitations from various organizations requesting financial help, and invitations to serve on various boards and committees not affiliated with the center are included. These letters were left in their original order and illustrate Mrs. Marriott's reputation as a national arts figure and philanthropist.
Box Folder
183 1
Capital Campaign
Correspondence, memoranda, case statement and draft regarding fundraising for Kennedy Center.
1984
183 2
Correspondence
Letters and statement regarding purpose and organization of the National Cultural Center.
1959
183 3
Correspondence
Regarding fundraising, document entitled "Questions and Answers Concerning the National Cultural Center," memorandum regarding fundraising.
1960
183 4
Correspondence
Regarding fundraising.
1961-1962
183 5
Correspondence
Regarding food operation, feeding contracts, Kennedy Center restaurant, television program regarding National Cultural Center, Mrs. Marriott's donation, Mormon Church's donation, miscellaneous notes.
1963-1964
183 6
Correspondence
Regarding Mr. Marriott food operation proposal for center, and Los Angeles Cultural Center comparison notes, food operation notes.
1965
183 7
Correspondence
1969
183 8
Correspondence
Letter regarding Ballet West, letters of congratulations to Mrs. Marriott regarding appointment as chairman of Advisory Committee, letters regarding federal conflict of interest laws and fund raising.
January-May 1970
183 9
Correspondence
Letters from Advisory Committee members, pledge letter to National Endowment for the Arts, correspondence regarding function and organization of committee, letters regarding Mrs. Marriott's appointment, committee member recommendation, contributions and requests for various organizations, Kennedy Center Advisory Committee functions, Kennedy Center commemorative stamp for opening, contribution matching.
June-December 1970
183 10
Correspondence
January-February 1971
183 11
Correspondence
Letters of appreciation to Mrs. Marriott.
March-July 1971
183 12
Correspondence
Letter to Mrs. Marriott from "Marian" in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia concerning her husband's embassy assignment, she discusses living conditions and social events; letters of congratulations regarding the Kennedy Center; invitations to serve on committees; note from Mamie Eisenhower; Kennedy Center memorandum regarding the use of Kennedy Center facilities for events other than scheduled performances.
August-October 1971
183 13
Correspondence
Telegram and letters mailed regarding the closure of center to non-theater-goers and restaurant personnel because of financial problems, letters of appreciation, and other correspondence regarding exhibitions and committee members.
November-December 1971
183 14
Correspondence
Regarding trustees meeting, Kennedy Center productions, center functions, operations, and the National Park Service affiliation with the Kennedy Center.
January-April 1972
183 15
Correspondence
Letters and information about Caroline Phillips, requests for donations.
May-December 1972
183 16
Correspondence
Regarding Kennedy Center funds and Golden Circle Club.
1973
183 17
Correspondence
Regarding Japanese gift to the Kennedy Center, graduate program in Arts Administration at the University of Utah, funding, litigation, Mrs. Marriott's notes.
1974-1975
183 18
Correspondence
Regarding American Film Institute agreement, board of trustees member recommendations, member resignations, memoranda, summary of Kennedy Center Public Service Activities.
1976
183 19
Correspondence
Regarding Boehm exhibit at Kennedy Center.
1979-1980
183 20
Correspondence
1981
183 21
Correspondence
Letters regarding Mrs. Marriott's reappointment to Board of Trustees, biographical sketch for >Who's Who in America entry, memorandum and resolution regarding death of Trustee Abe Fortas and establishment of Abe Fortas Memorial Fund, memorandum and report regarding Kennedy Center automation project.
1982
183 22
Correspondence
Copy of letter to Roger L. Stevens regarding his mistreatment of Lily Guest (Kennedy Center volunteer), memorandum regarding Friends of the Kennedy Center by-laws revision, letter and article about Kennedy Center financial problems, memorandum about marketing and communication initiatives, letter regarding Mrs. Marriott's financial assistance to center, telegram concerning legislation restructuring Kennedy Center construction financing waiving accumulated compound interest.
1983-1984
183 23
Correspondence, Miscellaneous
Personal correspondence to and from Mrs. Marriott, Kennedy Center correspondence regarding production of Shiro, miscellaneous notes.
Development Committee - Environment and Public Works Committee
Box Folder
184 1
Development Committee--Agenda
July 1972
184 2
Development Committee--Contributions
List of income sources.
1972-1973
184 3
Development Committee--Development Program for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
1973
184 4
Development Committee--Memoranda
1973
184 5
Development Committee--Miscellaneous
184 6
Donations and Contributions--Correspondence
Regarding private gifts.
1972-1973
184 7
Donations and Contributions--Trust Agreement
Draft of agreement for studio theater as a gift from Japan.
1976
184 8
Donations and Contributions--Miscellaneous
Presentation and program of Italian marble, 1966; dedication program of the Kennedy Center Concert Lounge, 1971; list of gifts from other countries, general description of center facilities (halls, rooms, and theaters); press release regarding Spain's presentation of Goya tapestries in 1972; press release regarding Nain rugs from Iran.
184 9-10
Education Committee--Correspondence
Regarding plans, goals, projections, letter from Lorna Clayton regarding problems at center.
1970-1972
184 11
Education Committee--Meeting
Materials about Kennedy Center education programs including agenda, correspondence, memoranda, regarding Alliance for Arts Education, text of presentation to the Board of Trustees "Alliance for Arts Education," invitation list, press releases.
April 1973
184 12
Education Committee--Meeting
Agenda, education program summary, Alliance for Arts Education background and summary report, program proposal, proposed budget, paper by Kathryn Bloom entitled "Arts Organizations and Their Services to Schools: Patrons or Partners?" memoranda, proposal, miscellaneous information regarding Kennedy Center educational programs.
January 1974
184 13
Education Committee--Memoranda
Regarding proposed educational program and National Music Competition.
1971-1972
184 14
Education Committee--Proposals
For children's festivals.
1972
184 15
Education Committee--Proposals
For a National Institute for the Performing Arts.
1972
184 16
Education Committee--Rosters
Education Committee and Program Committee.
1970-1973
184 17
Education Committee--Miscellaneous
Statement by Harold Arberg regarding United States Office of Education's Art and Humanities Program, article about Lorna Clayton, itinerary for student trip to Kennedy Center, insurance, press releases regarding Mozart and Haydn Music Festivals at the center, notes.
184 18
Environment and Public Works Committee
Poster and jurisdiction.
1984
Executive Committee: Biographical Information - Minutes
The executive committee for the Kennedy Center was formed from the advisory committee. In order to avoid confusion, all executive and advisory committee materials were filed under the executive committee heading.
Box Folder
185 1
Biographical Information
Advisory Committee rosters.
1970-1971
185 2
Committee Meetings
Memorandum and resolution regarding National Committee of Friends of the Kennedy Center.
October 1965
185 3
Committee Meetings
Executive Committee summary of action.
December 1969
185 4
Committee Meetings
Memorandum.
June 1970
185 5-6
Committee Meetings
Meeting notes, draft letter to Advisory Committee, agenda, remarks by Ralph E. Becker regarding Legislative History and Organization Structure, meeting.
June 1970
185 7
Committee Meetings
Agenda, meeting notes, report draft.
August 1970
185 8
Committee Meetings
Agenda, Mrs. Marriott's meeting notes, minutes, function, information sheet.
December 1970
185 9
Committee Meetings
Agenda, minutes, notes for meeting, attendance roster.
January 1971
185 10
Committee Meetings
Advisory Committee report.
January 1971
185 11
Committee Meetings
Agenda, minutes, correspondence, menu, memorandum, blank expense report.
January 1971
185 12
Committee Meetings
Agenda, notes, memorandum, minutes, correspondence, meeting notice, draft of formal complaint letter from Mrs. Marriott to Roger L. Stevens complaining about Stevens' conduct regarding preparation of Gala, press release regarding Kennedy Center Gala Preview, production schedule, press release identifying presidential appointees to Advisory Committee on the Arts.
May 1971
185 13
Committee Meetings
Agenda, suggestions, memorandum regarding proposed publicity program, program calendar, seating diagram, notes.
August 1971
185 14
Committee Meetings
Agenda, memorandum regarding Kennedy Center exhibit, pamphlets regarding Partnership for the Arts program, New Mexico Report, minutes, notes, attendance list.
October 1971
185 15
Committee Meetings
Summary of action.
September 1972
185 16
Committee Meetings
Agenda, memoranda, notes.
September 1972
185 17
Committee Meetings
Agenda, summary of action, correspondence, "Agreement Between Board of Trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the United States of America," summary of remarks by Ralph E. Becker with the department of justice, correspondence regarding breach of contract between the center and John McShain Incorporated.
December 1972
185 18
Committee Meetings
Summary of Action.
April 1973
185 19
Committee Meetings
Agenda, summary of action, memoranda regarding finances.
June 1973
185 20
Committee Meetings
Agenda, summary of action, memorandum regarding International Art Festival proposal.
September 1973
185 21
Committee Meetings
Summary of action.
November 1973
185 22
Committee Meetings
Agenda, memorandum regarding financial report, summary of action.
March 1974
185 23
Committee Meetings
Agenda, summary of action, notes, financial information.
June 1974
185 24
Committee Meetings
Summary of action, minutes.
September 1974
185 25-27
Committee Meetings
Agendas, summaries of action.
December 1974
185 28
Committee Meetings
Summary of action.
March 1977
Executive Committee Meetings
Box Folder
186 1
Meeting
Agenda, summary of action, budget memorandum, revenue statement, memorandum regarding agreement with the American Film Institute, memorandum and article regarding museum licensing, memorandum regarding state lighting control systems, memo regarding automation of box office ticketing and management systems, minutes.
June 1977
186 2-25
Meetings
Agendas, minutes.
August 1977-October 1983
186 26
Meetings
Agenda, minutes, memorandum regarding Ford request to use Opera House, Kennedy Center Honors recipient requirements, draft of paper entitled "A Case for Capital Funding."
May 1984
186 27
Meetings
Minutes.
August 1984
Financial Records
Box Folder
187 1-9
Budget Projections
1971-1985
187 10-11
Finance Committee Meeting Notes
1971-1975
187 12-20
Financial Reports
1973-1984
187 21
Financial Reports, Miscellaneous
Financial report of the Kennedy Center's 1975 production of Odyssey, an unaudited report of Kennedy Center from 1979, and an undated end of year report.
188 1
Funding for Center
Pamphlets explaining funding needs and detailing different kind of funds, "Bricks, Mortar and the Performing Arts: Report of the Twentieth Century Fund Task Force on Performing Arts Centers."
1960s-1980s
188 2
Income and Expense Statements
1963
188 3
Income and Expense Statements
1971-1972
188 4-8
Miscellaneous Financial Materials
Report detailing center history, funding proposals, financial information packet, endowment list, budget analysis, renovation cost estimates.
Friends of the Kennedy Center - Golden Circle
Box Folder
189 1
Friends of the Kennedy Center--Administrative Resolution
1965
189 2
Friends of the Kennedy Center--Annual Meeting
Resolution, Fannie Taylor's remarks, newsletter, biography of Lily Polk Guest, agenda.
1970
189 3
Friends of the Kennedy Center--By-Laws
Existing by-laws, proposed new by-laws.
1983
189 4
Friends of the Kennedy Center--Correspondence
Mass mailings, correspondence regarding resignation of Lily Guest from National Council of Friends of Kennedy Center, quarterly report.
1970
189 5
Friends of the Kennedy Center--Newsletters
1969-1971
189 6
Friends of the Kennedy Center--Regional Rosters
189 7
Friends of the Kennedy Center--Miscellaneous
Pamphlets, materials regarding center programs, annual meeting schedule, membership information, National Committee ballot, ticket order form, special ticket prices, trustees report, Kennedy Center services, education program.
189 8
Golden Circle--Budget
Financial statements.
1973-1975
189 9
Golden Circle--Membership Information
Mass mailing draft letters, general information regarding Kennedy Center facilities and policies.
1973
189 10
Golden Circle--Membership Information
Introductory letter and invitation for membership, draft letter.
1973
189 11
Golden Circle--Membership Information
Patron lists.
1973-1974
189 12
Golden Circle--Minutes
1973-1974
189 13
Golden Circle--Miscellaneous
Notes, press release, draft letter, history.
189 14-17
Golden Circle Room--Correspondence and Memoranda
These letters also have accompanying decorating samples and drawings of furnishings and decorations.
1973-1977
189 18
Golden Circle Room--Drawings and Furnishings Samples
189 19
Golden Circle Room--Miscellaneous
Notes.
Kennedy Center Honors - Kennedy Center Productions Incorporated
Box Folder
190 1
Kennedy Center Honors--Correspondence
1978-1982
190 2
Kennedy Center Honors--Newsletters
1982-1984
190 3
Kennedy Center Honors--Press Release
1978
190 4-8
Kennedy Center Honors--Programs
1979-1984
190 9
Kennedy Center Honors--Recipients
List.
1978-1984
190 10
Kennedy Center Honors--Miscellaneous
Promotional materials, notes.
190 11
Kennedy Center Productions Incorporated
Brochure, press release, agreement, notes.
Legal Proceedings - Newsletters and Bulletins
Box Folder
191 1
Legal Proceedings--Construction Litigation, Complaints
191 2
Legal Proceedings--Construction Litigation, Correspondence and Memoranda
191 3
Legal Proceedings--Senate Bill 2243
Regarding treasury bonds and Park Service support.
191 4
Legal Proceedings--Senate Bill 2562 and House of Representatives Bill 5409
Report, related information, status report about bill restructuring Kennedy Center construction debt.
1984
191 5
Legal Proceedings--Law Suits Pending
Correspondence, summary report, legal papers, agreement.
1972-1974
191 6
National Symphony Orchestra
Annual report, by-laws.
1972
191 7
Newsletters and Bulletins--Footlight
1962-1964
191 8-13
Newsletters and Bulletins--Kennedy Center News
1973-1984
191 14
Newsletters and Bulletins--Two on the Aisle
1983-1984
191 15
Newsletters and Bulletins--Miscellaneous
1983 issues of Discovery and The Articulator.
1983
Newspaper and Magazine Articles
Box Folder
192 1-12
Newspaper and Magazine Articles
1962-1984
192 13
Miscellaneous
192 14
Newsweek
May 1975
192 15
Time
May 1975
192 16
Congressional Record
1965-1977
Performing Arts Library - President's Advisory Committee
Box Folder
193 1
Performing Arts Library--Correspondence
1974
193 2
Performing Arts Library--Press Releases
193 3
Performing Arts Library--Recommended Serials for Library
1978
193 4
Performing Arts Library--Miscellaneous
Newspaper articles, notes.
193 5-7
Personnel--Committee Meeting Notes
May-July 1972
193 8
Personnel--Correspondence
1970-1974
193 9
Personnel--Job Description for Diplomatic Liaison
193 10
Personnel--Memoranda
Regarding positions filled, job descriptions, organizational chart, budget, staff concerns and suggestions, termination of employees, personnel changes, reorganization of administrative offices, personnel policies and procedures, committee actions.
1972-1974
193 11
Personnel--Organizational Charts
193 12
Personnel--Policies and Procedures
Memoranda regarding Kennedy Center policies and procedures.
193 13
Personnel--Salaries
Correspondence and memoranda regarding salaries.
1972-1974
193 14
Personnel--Salaries
Notes, salary lists.
1971-1973
193 15
President's Advisory Committee on the Arts
Minutes, agenda, Mrs. Marriott's remarks, general information.
1973
Program Announcements - Programs
Box Folder
194 1
Program Announcements and Profiles
194 2-3
Program Subscription Forms and Pamphlets
1970s-1980s
194 4
Programs--American Ballet Theatre
1975
194 5
Programs--American College Theatre Festival
194 6
Programs--Bolshoi Ballet
194 7
Programs--Hope, Bob
"Thanks for the Memories."
1975
194 8
Programs--Kool Jazz Festival
194 9
Programs--The Royal Ballet
194 10
Programs--The Stuttgart Ballet
194 11
Programs--Miscellaneous
Opening Night Collector's Edition of the John F. Kennedy Center Program/Magazine, September 1971; pamphlet The Genesis Project; program from 1979 National Bible Week presentation of motion picture Jesus at the Kennedy Center November 18, 1979.
1971-1979
194 12
Programs--Stagebill
September-November 1972
195 1-4
Programs-- Stagebill
January 1973-December 1974
195 5
Programs-- Stagebill
Contains some anti-Bolshoi Ballet propaganda.
1975
195 6-9
Programs-- Stagebill
1979-1984
Press Releases - Rosters
Box Folder
196 1-2
Press Releases
1970-1984
196 3
Press Releases, Miscellaneous
196 4
Public Relations Committee--Communications Appraisal
196 5
Public Relations Committee--Correspondence
1971
196 6
Public Relations Committee--Memoranda
1970-1971
196 7
Public Relations Committee--Report of the Public Relations Chairman of Advisory Board
December 1970
196 8
Public Relations Committee--Rosters
196 9
Public Relations Committee--Miscellaneous
Notes, newspaper articles, Walter L. Gold resume.
196 10
Publicity--News Media Information Packet
Report and press releases regarding Black Music Colloquium and Competition.
196 11
Publicity--"A Public Television Opportunity for Kennedy Center"
Proposal.
1980
196 12
Publicity--Script for Slide Show
For inaugural events.
1971
196 13-14
Rosters--Board of Trustees
1969-1984
196 15
Rosters--Board of Trustees
General lists.
196 16
Rosters--Donors
196 17
Rosters--General Committee Appointments
1970-1983
196 18
Rosters--National Capital Dinner
196 19
Rosters--President's Advisory Committee on the Arts
1970-1979
196 20
Rosters--White House Tour and Tea
June 1970
196 21
Rosters--Miscellaneous
Arts organizations, committees, corporate sponsors.
Special Events Committee - Miscellaneous
Box Folder
197 1
Special Events Committee
Correspondence, memoranda, requests.
1972
197 2
Speeches
By Mrs. Marriott and others.
1969-1970
197 3-6
Speeches
White House speeches concerning the arts.
1971-1984
197 7
World Symphony Orchestra
General information, staff roster, schedules, photographers, newspaper articles, musician addresses.
1971
197 8
Young Audiences Incorporated
Correspondence, newsletter, proposal.
1972
197 9
Miscellaneous--"All the Arts for Every Child"
Final report on education project in the school district of University City, Missouri by Stanley S. Madeja.
1973
197 10
Miscellaneous--Argentine Works of Art in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Booklet.
1972
197 11
Miscellaneous--Three Sculptors of American Realism
Booklet.
1973
197 12
Miscellaneous--Mrs. Marriott's Notes
197 13
Miscellaneous
Pamphlets and newsletters regarding the arts, other miscellaneous information about the Kennedy Center.

ScrapbooksReturn to Top

The scrapbooks were compiled by Alice Sheets Marriott and depict the lives of the Marriotts from the 1920s to 1985. The general scrapbooks illustrate the personal, political, social, and religious aspects of the Marriotts' lives. The Hot Shoppes/Marriott Corporation history and development can be traced from newspaper articles, menus, annual reports, corporate publications, tickets, invitations, information about stock and sales, robberies, restaurant associations, and restaurant and hotel openings. Also included are Christmas cards, photographs, and other items from family gatherings and various social events. Other scrapbooks document the Marriotts' involvement with Honor America Day and various presidential inaugurations. The Honor America Day scrapbooks without titles or descriptions are general in content and have not been classified beyond the listing of the date.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Volume
198 1
General Scrapbook
Reed Smoot's Mormon Church-related activities, marriage, and vacations; White House invitations and stationery; December 2, 1931 program of the Congressional Club's Annual Breakfast in honor of Mrs. Hoover; 1924-1925 scholarship congratulations to Alice Sheets.
1924-1931
199 1
General Scrapbook
J. Willard Marriott, Jr.'s childhood; Hot Shoppes opening announcements, flyers and advertisements; Eleanor Roosevelt at presidential lawn party; Hot Shoppe hold up; July 1877 photo of Reed Smoot and information regarding his Senate defeat; 1933 and 1937 inaugural tickets, programs and invitations; banquet and ball program honoring retiring members of the Utah Congressional delegation; Mrs. Marriott's admittance to the Arizona Temple dedicatory services; 1935 biography of Mr. Marriott.
1931-1940
200 1
General Scrapbook
J. Willard Marriott biography, Hot Shoppe robbery, death of Hyrum Willard Marriott and Edwin Spencer Sheets, Senator Smoot and the New Deal, Hot Shoppe Breakfast menu and Friday night hangout, Waiters' Derby, curb boy W.L. Tew testifies against a sniper, Silver Springs A , W Hot Shoppe dedication and Washington Hot Shoppe opening, 1939 Regional Restaurant Convention, Mrs. Marriott's United States Civil Service Commission examination, commentary by Mrs. Smoot in November 13, 1930 publication of the Millennial Star, September 20, 1936 dedication of Winter Quarters Memorial, Washington, D.C. Temple, newspaper picture of the Twelve Apostles, February 18, 1927 program for the University of Utah junior prom; 1917 inauguration ceremonies program and invitation.
1931-1940
201 1
General Scrapbook
Reed Smoot's birthday and death; Edwin S. Sheet's death; article on polygamy by Helen Essary; proposal to rename Ogden Supply Depot the Marriott Supply Depot; January 1941 tickets for presidential inauguration; June 10, 1940 photograph of the Apostles' wives; British aid bill; bombing of Genoa; attack on Pearl Harbor and Mervyn Bennion's death; Ezra T. Benson's appointment to the Twelve Apostles; Hot Shoppe fire; publication of Hot Sauce; family photographs.
1940-1944
201 2
General Scrapbook
"Good Mormons Don't Go Broke" article; Washington D.C. social events; Earl C. Sam's death; Salt Lake City Hot Shoppe opening; unveiling of Brigham Young Statue in Washington, D.C.; 1905 commentary by Reed Smoot on revelations.
May 1949-December 1952
202 1
General Scrapbook
Utah centennial; The Christmas News containing pictures of past prophets and apostles; Hot Shoppe robbery; in-flight kitchens; Robert C. Hagen's description of the U.S.S. Johnson during World War II.
1945-1947
203 1
General Scrapbook
Restaurant price control; Restaurateur; "Thirty Years of Progress in American Hospitality," an historical sketch of the National Restaurant Association; daily restaurant customer statistics; 1948 May and June issues of American Restaurant Magazine; May 1948 issue of Restaurant Management.
1948-1949
204 1
General Scrapbook
Inaugural ball program, 1949; president's 1945 Birthday Ball; Hot Sauce, 1945, 1946 and 1948 issues; Utah Centennial: This is the Place Monument unveiling; Arlington and Capitol Ward chapel dedications; Washington, D.C. Brigham Young statue unveiling; 1949 inaugural ball invitations; J. Willard Marriott, Jr.'s boat racing; Utah's oil field; high food prices; Hot Shoppe robbery; death of Heber J. Grant; July 1947 issue of Utah Development News.
1940s
205 1
General Scrapbook
Hot Shoppe robbery, fire and bombing attempt; Hot Shoppe stock; Board of Directors reduction; Hot Shoppe employee John Pollock, Jr. arrested; Ezra T. Benson as Secretary of Agriculture; 1953 inaugural ticket; Marriotts host dinner for Ezra T. Benson and David O. McKay; National Symphony Fashion Luncheon; rumor of Mr. Marriott paying Ezra T. Benson's rent; newspaper picture of Mr. Marriott and Ezra T. Benson on horses at the Manor House; Hurricane Carol in Cape Cod; Mrs. Marriott's recipes; Senator Smoot and the McCarthy case; Earl C. Sam's death; George and Lenore Romney; April Fools Hot Shoppe birthday celebration; The Queen Mary, A Book of Comparisons; Chevy Chase Ward 30th reunion.
December 1952-March 1955
206 1
General Scrapbook
Inaugural ceremonies program, tickets and president's prayer, 1953; Ezra T. Benson and cabinet members; McCarthy and Watkins case.
1953
206 2
General Scrapbook
Eisenhower inspects cattle at research station; Donna Rae Garff's weds J. Willard Marriott, Jr.; Twin Bridges Motor Hotel; Eisenhower's painting of St. Louis Creek; Salute to Eisenhower dinner.
1954-1955
207 1
General Scrapbook
Magician Fred G. Taylor; motor hotel neon signs; St. Alban's commencement exercises; Hot Shoppe fire; inaugural ceremonies.
1956
208 1
General Scrapbook
Twin Bridges opening; U.S. restaurant tour of Russia; WRC-TV and Radio dedication; Cherry Smash building; motor hotel brochures.
January 1957-May 1958
208 2
General Scrapbook
Russell Marriott leads wilderness trek; Hot Shoppe fire; Handel's Messiah in Carnegie Hall: bicentennial anniversary of Handel's death; J. Willard Marriott, Jr. as vice president of Hot Shoppes; White House correspondence; Eisenhower's "Deserted Barn" painting; Richard E. Marriott's missionary farewell; Welcome to Washington Club; Fairfield Inn opening.
May 1958-May 1959
209 1
General Scrapbook
Alice Sheets Marriott wins GOP election; Ezra T. Benson Russia trip; May 1959 Millennial Star; January 1927 reception for the Rockefellers; "Dinner with Ike" program; King and Queen of Nepal dine at White House; desegregation in the Hot Shoppes; January 1960 issue of Hot Sauce.
October 1959-December 1960
210 1
General Scrapbook
Kennedy and Johnson inaugural invitations; J. Willard Marriott as the 1961 restaurateur of the year; death of Alice Taylor Sheets Smoot; Persian Room opening; College Park Ward dedication; George Romney's political candidacy; death of J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Styles Bridges and Harold Candland; Nauvoo Restoration project; University of Utah receipt of Senator Smoot diaries.
January 1961-June 1962
210 2
General Scrapbook
Welcome to Washington Club; "We Miss Ike" night; Wallace F. Bennett poster; Romney elected governor of Michigan; December 1962 issue of Hot Sauce; Richard and Nancy Marriott's University of Utah commencement exercises; Harold B. Lee marries Freda Jensen; George Romney's political candidacy; "John H. Glenn Orbits the Earth For America."
1962-1963
211 1
General Scrapbook
Eisenhower's 73rd birthday; John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; George Romney's political candidacy; Twin Bridges robbery; Lenore Romney's speeches; Barry Goldwater's candidacy; telephone directory and guide for 1964 Republican National Convention in San Francisco; picture of Nauvoo homes; groundbreaking ceremony for the Kennedy Center, February 12, 1964; J. Willard Marriott, Jr. elected president of Hot Shoppes; inaugural invitations, 1965.
August 1963-August 1965
212 1
General Scrapbook
Eisenhower's 75th birthday; Mrs. Marriott elected vice chair of the Republican National Committee; Roger Whiteford's death; Hot Sauce issues; 99th Annual Lincoln Day dinner program and ticket; University of Utah graduation honoraries and dispute; Reed Smoot biography; Reed Smoot papers given to Brigham Young University; White House invitations; Marriott-Hot Shoppes, Incorporated registration statement under the Securities Act of 1933; Hot Shoppe robbery; George Romney's presidential candidacy; Marriott acquires Big Boy chain; motel sign controversy.
1965-1967
213 1
General Scrapbook
General information on George Romney; location, articles, and pictures of The Anchorage; George Romney's candidacy travels; Lenore Romney.
1967
213 2
General Scrapbook
George Romney and politics; Shipley-Marriott-Hahn Republican ticket; death of Ellen Morris Marriott.
August 1967-April 1968
214 1
General Scrapbook
Pappy Parker chicken advertisement; Hot Shoppe robbery; Marriott Corporation acquires RoBee's; Roy Roger's name used in Marriott drive-ins; catering; McDonalds founder Ray A. Kroc biography; competitors; Milbrae flight kitchen opening.
November 1967-October 1968
215 1
General Scrapbook
Washington, D.C. Temple groundbreaking ceremony; Mrs. Marriott's second term as GOP treasurer; 1968 GOP National Convention; 1968 Nixon-Agnew victory dinner.
August 1968-December 1968
215 2
General Scrapbook
White House correspondence and social events; Nixon's state dinner; Eisenhower's death; George and Lenore Romney; Marriotts give one million dollars to University of Utah Library; Mormon history; Nauvoo Information Center groundbreaking; Neil Armstrong walks on the moon.
March 1969-July 1969
216 1
General Scrapbook
National Federation of Republican Women's 15th Convention; George and Lenore Romney join University of Utah Advisory Panel; Eisenhower postage stamp; death of George Albert Smith, Jr. and David O. McKay; Marriott Library naming ceremony; November 1969 issue of Marriott Crest; curb service discontinued; White House correspondence and inaugural ball; Nixon's State of the Union speech; Marriott Corporation trademarks.
September 1969-January 1970
217 1
General Scrapbook
Mrs. Marriott's interior decorating; Lenore Romney's United States Senate nomination; White House correspondence and invitations; Joseph Fielding Smith sustained; Boyd K. Packer named an apostle for the Mormon Church; biographies of J. Willard Marriott and Ken Garff; National Republican Salute to Spiro T. Agnew.
March 1970-December 1970
217 2
General Scrapbooks
Luis Echeverria's inauguration; Dwight D. Eisenhower Republican Center dedication; Richard Nixon; GOP social events; Big-Boy construction protest; Richard Marriott elected corporate vice president; J. Willard Marriott receives George Washington medal; Nauvoo visitor's center dedication; postcards and photographs.
December 1970-September 1971
218 1
General Scrapbook
Diamond Jubilee birthday salute to Mamie Eisenhower; Kennedy Center magazine, Eisenhower Theater, donations; Walt Disney World, World Symphony Orchestra; death of Richard L. Evans; Marriott Ocean Cruise Shipping Line.
September 1971-December 1971
218 2
General Scrapbook
Marriott amusement park; White House invitations; bronze bust of Eisenhower; Carl Shipley and Bob Carter campaign for National Committeeman; May 1972 issue of Marriott Crest; death of Joseph F. Smith.
December 1971-July 1972
219 1
General Scrapbook
Washington, D.C. Temple; Mrs. Marriott as GOP National Convention treasurer; mob disrupts GOP gala; miscellaneous postcards.
July 1972 - December 1972
220 1
General Scrapbook
White House worship service for Nixon-Agnew re-election; Mormon Tabernacle Choir sings at inauguration; Brigham Young University's Marriott Center dedication; Washington, D.C. Temple.
January 1973 - September 1973
220 2
General Scrapbook
The Kennedy Center's Golden Circle; chronology of Mormon Church in Washington, D.C.; Stella Solaris Cruise Ship; death of Harold B. Lee; party for King Hussein.
September 1973 - May 1974
221 1
General Scrapbook
Vernon Stouffer dies; Gerald Ford; Washington, D.C. Temple opening; Marriott liquor policy; Tabernacle Choir sings at the Kennedy Center; 1974 Scouter of the Year award; Connecticut Hot Shoppe destruction; Mark Evans as ambassador to Finland; Chapel of Four Chaplains Honors.
June 1974-June 1975
222 1
General Scrapbook
Mormon Church Headquarters building; Mr. Marriott ordained a bishop; Marriott's Great America; Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh; Kennedy Center plays; Reed Smoot biography; Yukon Territory posters on Mr. and Mrs. Marriott; President Carter's inauguration; The Washington Dossier.
May 1975-December 1976
223 1
General Scrapbook
"The J. Willard Marriott Story;" Gerald Ford honors the Marriotts; Marriott hotel sales; kidnapping plot; Marriott amusement park; salute to Bob Hope; priesthood desegregation; tax revolt; Ken Garff gives University of Utah $500,000 endowment; Marriott restaurants sold.
June 1977-June 1979
224 1
General Scrapbook
Success Unlimited, Marriott Visions and Camelback Inn/Siders, 1977 issues; Gerald Ford tribute; St. Alban's commencement; Marriott Corporation's fiftieth anniversary; Washington Stake Presidency; Kennedy Center: "The Inside Story;" History of Washington Square; Manassas amusement park; July 1962 issue of Hot Sauce.
January 1979 - December 1979
224 2
General Scrapbook
Farrell's Ice Cream; Marriott Library ratings; Marriott Corporate World; Salt Lake Marriott Hotel; Bob Hope Refugee Gala; death of Mamie Eisenhower; Kennedy Center Honors.
January 1977 - December 1977
225 1
General Scrapbook
Marriotts donate personal papers to Marriott Library; Spencer W. Kimball's 85th birthday; pioneer trek history; tribute to Ronald Reagan and George Bush; Marriott birthdays; Edgar B. Brossard's death; killings at Los Angeles Big Boy; 1981 inauguration.
January 1979-January 1981
226 1
General Scrapbook
News pictures of Salt Lake in the late 1800's; hotel advertisements; unions picket Washington, D.C. Marriott opening; Salt Lake Marriott Hotel; J. Willard Marriott, Jr.'s 25th anniversary with Marriott Corporation; Mark Austad as ambassador to Norway; salute to United Service Organizations; Marriott Day in Salt Lake City, October 22, 1981; Cairo Marriott Hotel; 1982 Republican Senate dinner salute to President Reagan; letters to Mrs. Reed Smoot; death of N. Eldon Tanner; Mr. Marriott named to Beehive Hall of Fame, 1983.
1981-1984
227
Loose pages from scrapbooks
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
Box Volume
228 1
Program and Newspaper Articles
1971
228 2
Mayor Proclamations, Resolutions, Correspondence
1971
228 3
Governor and Congress Proclamations, Statements, Correspondence
1971
229
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1971
Volume
230 1
Governor and Congress Proclamations and Correspondence
1972
230 2
Mayor Proclamations and Correspondence
1972
231
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1972
Volume
232 1-3
Responses from House Organs
1973
233 1
Supporting Letters from Mayors
1973
233 2
Supporting Letters from United States House of Representatives
1973
234 1
Governor and Senator Proclamations, Correspondence and Statements
1973
235
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1974
236
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1975
Volume
237 1
Mayor Proclamations and Correspondence
1975
237 2
Governor and Mayor Proclamations and Correspondence
1975
238 1-2
Mayor Proclamations and Correspondence
1976
239 1
Newspaper Articles
1976
239 2-3
Congress Correspondence, Press Releases, Newspaper Articles and Honor America Day Program Information
1976
240 1
Ambassador Letters and Mayor Proclamations
1976-1977
240 2
Congressional, Senate, and House Correspondence; Governor Proclamations
1977
240 3
Newspaper Articles
1977
241 1
Honor America Day Program, Correspondence, Proclamations, Newspaper and Magazine Articles
1978
242 1
Governor and Mayor Proclamations
1978
243 1
Newspaper Articles
1979
243 2
Mayor and Governor Proclamations, Letters from Congressmen
1979
243 3
Mayor Proclamations
1979
244
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1979
Volume
245 1
Presidential Proclamation, Congressional Letters and Governor Proclamations
1980
246 1
Mayor Proclamations
1980
247
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1980
Volume
248 1
Congressional and Governor Proclamations
1981
248 2
Mayor Correspondence and Proclamations
1981
249
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1981-1982
Volume
250 1
Congressional and Governor Proclamations
1982
250 2
United States and Marion County Chambers of Commerce Honor America Day and Salute to Old Glory
1982
251 1
Mayor Proclamations
1982
252 1
United States and Marion County Chambers of Commerce Honor America Day and Salute to Old Glory
1983
252 2
Newspaper Articles
1983
253 1
Congressional, Governor, and Mayor Proclamations and Correspondence
1983
254
Honor America Day Scrapbooks
1984
Volume
255 1
Mayor Proclamations
1984
255 2
Mayor and Governor Proclamations
1984
Box
256
Inaugural Scrapbooks
1968-1969
257
Inaugural Scrapbooks
1969
258
Inaugural Scrapbooks
1969
259
Inaugural Scrapbooks
1972-1973
260
Inaugural Scrapbooks
1973

Miscellaneous Oversize MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
261
Inaugural Souvenirs and Memorabilia
These boxes contain souvenirs and memorabilia relating to the Marriotts' political activities. Items include a "Salute to Ike" flag, Inaugural badges and medals from 1957, 1969, and 1973, 1973 Inaugural license plates, and various restaurant association badges.
262
Inaugural Souvenirs and Memorabilia
These boxes contain souvenirs and memorabilia relating to the Marriotts' political activities. Items include a "Salute to Ike" flag, Inaugural badges and medals from 1957, 1969, and 1973, 1973 Inaugural license plates, and various restaurant association badges.
263
Ogden, Utah
This box contains 18 Plats (Blueprints) of Wilson Marriott, Slaterville, West Weber, Farr West, and Harrisville Districts in Ogden, Utah with ownership and acreage information. Also included is a letter from George E. Brown and a township map.
1935
264
Honor America Day
Two wooden posters, undated.
Folder
265 1
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
The Kennedy Center Honors program, 1978; The Terrace Concerts, 1983-1984, brochure.
1978-1984
265 2
Official Inaugural Portrait Folio
1969
265 3
Preliminary Book Cover Designs for the Marriott Biography
265 4
Republican Presidential Trust Membership Certificates
1980
Oversize Map Case Materials
Folder
1
Honor America Day (5 items)
Poster of an Honor America Day Program by Van Harpole; The Great Flags of America Ingot Collection poster, 1977; Honor America Day sticker.
1977
2
Honor America Day (2 items)
Logo format, 1978 program brochures, 1978 memorandum to community leaders from J. Willard Marriott.
1978
3
Honor America Day (3 items)
Site map of location of events, tourmobile route.
4
Honor America Day (5 items)
Watercolors and chalk drawings of Honor America Day events.
5
Honor America Day (5 items)
Watercolors of Honor America Day events.
6
Washington, D.C. (2 items)
Comprehensive view of Capitol Hill buildings, Washington, D.C. site map.
7
Corporate and Personal Blueprints (9 items)
Blueprint of sink and drainboards for Washington, D.C. Hot Shoppes, May 11, 1936; proposed alterations for the Baltimore Hot Shoppe by Ershler Krukin Incorporated; tool shed blueprint for J. Willard Marriott's residence at 4500 Garfield St. N.W., Maurice B. Gill, architect; proposed changes to the Chicago Flight Kitchen, March 8, 1960 (corresponding materials in box 109 folder 9); Rhode Island Avenue Hot Shoppe blueprint, August 14, 1933 (corresponding materials in box 106 folder 6); radius plat of Connecticut Avenue, July 28, 1930 (corresponding materials in box 106 folder 6); driveway plats.
1930-1936
8
Pioneer Trail Maps (3 items)
Three Mormon Trail Maps for the 1945-1947 commemorations honoring pioneers, including the Trail of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806 poster; The Santa Fe Trail poster; the Mormon Trail poster (corresponding materials in box 90 folder 10).
1945-1947
9
Nauvoo Restorations (13 items)
Perspective chalk drawing of Nauvoo Inn Motor Hotel; floor plan of Nauvoo Inn Motor Hotel; map of original city of Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, drawn by J. B. Ireland, August 20, 1962; map of Nauvoo Restoration area, Baird, Young Jones, Architects, May 1967; map of Nauvoo with all additions and Towns of Commerce by A. Cherill, October 10, 1967; master plans for Nauvoo Restorations Incorporated, Hepburn Bullerjahn, Architects, July 14-15, 1965 (corresponding materials in boxes 89 and 90).
1962-1967
10
Chevy Chase Chapel (2 items)
Floor plans and plat of section 1-A Chevy Chase, Montgomery County, Maryland, June 21, 1939, James O. Rasband, Associate with Underwood and Underwood Company Architects, Engineers (corresponding material in box 74 folder 11).
1939
11
Two Lincoln Square Building (5 items)
Floor plans, Emery, Roth Sons, Architects, 24 November 1970; floor plan, Emery, Roth Sons, Architects, May 21, 1971 (corresponding materials in box 23 folder 3).
1970-1971
12
Miscellaneous (5 items)
Plat of Squares 1714, 1715 and 1802, Massachusetts and Idaho Avenues N.W., Washington, D.C., Berrall Locraft, Engineers, May 28, 1941; map of Teton National Forest, 1938; Poster of Saturday Evening Post article "Good Mormons Don't Go Broke," June 10, 1950; Parklawn Burial Estate map, undated; Twelve Years of Federal Prohibition poster, 1931; National Recovery Administration Labor Provisions for the Retail Tobacco Trade poster, 1934 (corresponding materials in box 52 folder 10).
1931-1950

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976
  • Hotelkeepers
  • Military chaplains--Mormon Church
  • Presidents--United States--Inauguration
  • Temples, Mormon--Washington (D.C.)
  • Personal Names :
  • Agnew, Spiro T.,1918-1996
  • Barker, Robert W.
  • Bennett, Wallace F.(Wallace Foster),1898-
  • Benson, Ezra Taft,1899-
  • Boehm, Helen F.
  • Clark, J. Reuben(Joshua Reuben),1871-1961
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D.(Dwight David),1890-1969
  • Eisenhower, Mamie Doud,1896-1979
  • Ferguson, Thomas Stuart
  • Garff, Kendall Day
  • Graham, Billy,1918-
  • Kimball, Spencer W.,1895-1985
  • Lee, Harold B.,1899-1973
  • Magruder, Jeb Stuart,1934-
  • Marriott, Alice Sheets--Archives (contributor)
  • McConkie, Bruce R.
  • McKay, David Oman,1873-1970
  • Nixon, Richard M.(Richard Milhous),1913-1994
  • Packer, Boyd K.
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A.(Nelson Aldrich),1908-1979
  • Romney, George W.,1907-
  • Romney, Lenore
  • Sams, Earl
  • Stapley, Delbert L.s
  • Wilkinson, Ernest L.,1899-1978
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Motors Corporation
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Military Relations Committee
  • J.C. Penney Co.
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.)
  • Marriott Corporation
  • Marriott Hot Shoppes--Archives
  • Nauvoo Restoration Inc.
  • Republican National Committee (U.S.)
  • Republican Party (U.S.)
  • Riggs National Bank
  • VaLora Candy Company
  • Family Names :
  • Marriott family
  • Geographical Names :
  • United States--Centennial celebrations, etc.
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Business records
  • Correspondence
  • Scrapbooks