The Papers of Congressman James V. Hansen, 1970-2013  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hansen, James V.
Title
The Papers of Congressman James V. Hansen
Dates
1970-2013 (inclusive)
Quantity
255 boxes, (315.75 linear feet)
Collection Number
USU_COLL MSS 351
Summary
This collection contains subject files, general correspondence, constituent correpsondence, books, reports, maps, newspaper clippings, media, and other documents from James V. Hansen's 20 years as a U.S. congressman representing Utah's first district.
Repository
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
Special Collections & Archives
Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
Logan, UT
84322-3000
Telephone: 435-797-8248
Fax: 435-797-2880
scweb@usu.edu
Access Restrictions

Restrictions: Series I, Boxes 90-94 sealed. Researchers must obtain permission from the Special Collections and Archives manuscript curator to view these items. Also, not available through interlibrary loan.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

James Vear Hansen was born August 14, 1932, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Following his graduation from East High School in Salt Lake City, Hansen served in the U.S. Navy from 1951 to 1955, during which time he fought in the Korean War. At the conclusion of his military service, he attended the University of Utah where he received a Bachelor’s of Science in 1961. Hansen then entered the business world where he worked in insurance and real estate. His first foray into politics was in 1960 when he was appointed to the Farmington City Council. He left that position in 1972 when he was elected as a Republican candidate to the Utah State House of Representatives. He served in this capacity from 1973 to 1980, functioning as the Speaker of the House from 1979 to 1980.

In 1980 Hansen was elected to the United States House of Representatives serving Utah's 1st congressional district. During his 11 terms (1981-2003), Hansen served as the Chair of both the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (One Hundred Fifth Congress), and the Committee on Resources (One Hundred Seventh Congress). He also sat on the Armed Services Committee, the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the Natural Resources Committee. During his tenure in office, Hansen was known as a strong supporter of Utah's defense industry and also advocated multiple-use development of natural resources on public lands. He was deeply involved in the MX Missile system and the negotiations involving the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission, or BRAC. In 2002 Hansen announced that he would not be running for reelection and concluded his service in the United States House of Representatives in 2003.

Sources:

Allan Kent Powell, “James V Hansen”, http://www.media.utah.edu/UHE/h/HANSEN, JAMES.html (accessed January 11, 2011).

“Hansen, James Vear, (1932-),” http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=

H000172, (accessed January 11, 2011).

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Papers of Congressman James V. Hansen is separated into five series. The first series (Series I) contains subject files, correspondence and reports of major legislation and debates Congressman Hansen encountered during his service in the United States House of Representatives. Hansen’s staff arranged the majority of the files in this series and these were left in their original order. Collated into these files are files from Congressman Hansen’s Series II: General Correspondence that his staff labeled by topic due to their historical significance or Congressman Hansen’s close association with them. The majority of the subject files are arranged alphabetically with media, books, binders and other materials located at the end of the series.

Included in boxes 90 to 94 of this series are sealed items relating to the Intermountain Indian School, Military Academies, and other sensitive information. Access to these materials is restricted and may only to be viewed with the permission of the Utah State University Special Collections and Archives manuscript curator. Of special interest in the sealed records is a folder of correspondence concerning Iranian activism at Utah State University during the Iranian Revolution in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

The second series (Series II) consists of Congressman Hansen’s general correspondence during his service in the United States House of Representatives. It is generally organized chronologically based on the order it was received by Congressman Hansen’s office. With some exceptions, the correspondence sent by constituents is stapled to responses sent by Congressman Hansen’s office. The form letters Congressman Hansen received have been separated from other Series II: General Correspondence and are found at the end of the series. Also attached to the end of the series are general response letters that Congressman Hansen sent in response to constituents’ correspondence.

The third series (Series III) consists of books, reports, and maps kept by Congressman Hansen’s Office. Most of these documents relate to Utah issues with which the congressman was involved.

The fourth series (Series IV) consists of newspaper articles collected by Congressman Hansen's office. The newspaper articles address various legislation, national or Utah issues, or talk about Congressman Hansen himself.

The fifth series (Series V) consists of two boxes of media collected by Congressman Hansen’s office, including several VHS, data tapes, cassette tapes, a CD and several floppy disks produced or collected by Congressman Hansen. The items are ordered by media type and arranged in the box for best possible fit.

The sixth series (Series VI) contains sixty boxes containing reports and records relating to Hansen’s involvement with the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Resources. This section contains many files relating to the establishment of national parks, monuments (Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in particular), and wilderness areas in the American West. Other prominent topics and controversies deal with water and land rights in government established conservation areas. Additional items include reports, requests, and correspondence dealing with Department of the Interior monetary appropriations for the late 1990s and early 2000s. The folders in this series were labeled as Hansen had titled them.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from The Papers of Congressman James V. Hansen must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: The Papers of Congressman James V. Hansen USU_COLL MSS 351, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.

Following Citations:USU_COLL MSS 351, USUSCA.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I: Subject Files and Major Topics CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box
1
Series I, Box 1: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
4-H, 100th Congress Voting Record, 49th Tactical Wing, 1,000 Springs, 1980s Economic Facts, Student Inquiries 1983-1987, 1985 (Car Rental Vouchers, Federal Express Mail Vouchers, Memberships, JVH Food and Lodging, Micro Research Computer, Habitational Expense Vouchers, Office Supplies Vouchers, Ogden Telephone Vouchers, Recording Studio Vouchers, Regret Files, St. George Telephone Vouchers, Stamp Vouchers, Staff Travel Vouchers)
2
Series I, Box 2: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
1985 (Stationary Receipts, Subscription Vouchers, Telegram Vouchers, Vouchers Paid), 1986 County Convention Speech, 1995 General, 1996, 1997-1998, 1998 Campaign, 1999, AARP, Abortion, Acceptance Files (1985)
3
Series I, Box 3: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Acceptance Files (1985), Age 21, Accomplishments 1992, Acid Rain, Acme/Radiation Tailings, Army Environmental Policy Institute, Affirmative Action, Ag and the Budget, Ag Credit, Agricultural Grasshopper, Ag Research Service, Ag Trade – U.S./E.C., Ag Trade – U.S./U.S.S.R., Alaska Natural Gas, A.L.C. Funds Transfer, Alliant Techsystems, Alphabetical Letter Files (1981-1983)
4
Series I, Box 4: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Alphabetical Letter Files (1983-1987), Alternative Technologies, Alton Coal Exchange, Allen-Warner Valley Project, Air Force ROTC in Logan, Air Force Superconducting Super Collider, Air Traffic Controllers, Amccom, American Association of University Proffesors, Amendment in Nature of a Substitute to H.R. 4516, American Association of Women Voters, American Biographical Institute, American Conservation Corps, America’s Great Outdoors, American Immigration Control Foundation, American Israel Public Affairs Committee Questionnaire, American Mining Congress, American Publishing Who’s Who, American Trauma Society, Americans with Disabilities Act
5
Series I, Box 5: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Armenia, ARS, ASCS, Aspin Defense Outlook, Aspin/Powell Testimony 1993 Base Closure, ASRM, Ashley Valley Sewer, Air Force Memorial, AuCoin Amendments, Aviation, Awards and Recognitions, Bahai in Iran, Bankruptcy Legislation, Barley Deficiency Payments, Barton Butch OPM
6
Series I, Box 6: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
BRAC (Base Closure), Baseline Proposal, Basin Flooding Emergency Relief, BE/Al Program, Bear River – Army Corps of Engineers, Beaver Dam Resort, Beaver Dam, Beehive Telephone v. REA, Beginning Farmer and Rancher Act of 1990
6a
Series I, Box 6a: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
BRAC (Base Closure)
7
Series I, Box 7: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Bell System Reorganization, Bidi Legislation, Binary Weapons Program, Birth Order and Leadership Roles Questionnaire, Biotechnology Research, Bureau of Land Management, Boeing Visit 1989, Brunsdale on Defense
8
Series I, Box 8: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Bill Clinton (Impeachment), Bill Clinton (Accusations concerning China), Bill Clinton (Letters of Discontent about Clinton)
9
Series I, Box 9: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Bureau of Land Management, Bo Gritz – POW/MIA, Boeing – SLC Plant, Bosnia Conflict 1995-1996, Boy Scouts, Bountiful Request on Money, Budget, Braddock Publication Questionnaire, Brigham City Corporation, BST in Milk, Burdensharing, Bureau of Mines, Burr Trail, Busing of School Children Questionnaire, BYU, BYU School of Management, C-5 Contract/Kelly, C-17 Commercial, Cabin Permits/Forest Service, Cable News Network Inc., Callister, California Ranger Program, CAMDS Conversion Study, Camp Williams, Campaign 1986
10
Series I, Box 10: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Campaign File (1983-1998), Campaign Finance Reform, Campaigns of Colleagues
11
Series I, Box 11: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Campaigns of Colleagues, Campaign Reform, Campaign Christmas Cards, Campbell Soup-Pepperidge Farm Plant – Richmond, Utah, Candidate Questionnaires (1985-1992), Capitol Reef, Carl Ashby, C.H. Dredge and Co. (Syracuse), Casein Milk, CBS/New York Times News Poll 1982, Cedar City Public Meeting, Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, Central Utah Project
12
Series I, Box 12: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Central Utah Project, CFTC, Chaining, Chamber of Commerce Congressional Issues, Charisma Magazine Questionnaire 1984, Chemical and Biological Warfare and Depots, Chevy Marketing, Child Nutrition Act, Child Support
13
Series I, Box 13: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
China (Normal Trade Relations, Panama Canal), Chronological Files (1985), Circle of Poison Prevention, Civil Service Benefits and Retirement, Clean Air Act, Clean Water Amendments of 1995
14
Series I, Box 14: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Clean Air Act/Alternative Fuels, Clear Cutting, CLEC Energy Action, Clinton’s Economic Growth Package, Close-up Program, Claudine Schneider Questionnaire 1984, Coal Liquefaction, Coal Slurry Pipeline, Coal Severance Tax, COI, Colorado Wilderness, Colorado River Enhanced Snowpack Test, Colt M-16A2 Rifle, Commerce-Denver Rio Grande R.R., Commission Version, Comm. – Eone. And Prev. 1982, Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress, Committee Rules, Community Action Program, Community and Migrant Health Care
15
Series I, Box 15: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Conference BDRP/Binary, Contractor Overseas – Severance Payments, Congressional Seminars and Councils, Congressional Rural Caucus, Congressional Pay/Benefits/Term Limits, Congressional Yellow Book/Travel/Tourism/Caucuses/Congressional Reforms, Conservatives against Liberal Legislation, Conservative Caucus Inc. 1982, Conservation Reserve Program, Consolidation of DoD Functions, Conspiracy Theories, Constituent Correspondence Essay, Consultant Base Closure, Consulting Resources Inc., Contra Information, Contractors-Demil., Contract Workload Bundling Convention II Inc., Cooperative Extension Service, Cooperative Wildlife and Fisheries Research Units Budget 1983, Correspondence to and from Congressman, CPU Tech
16
Series I, Box 16: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Communication Site Fees on Forest Service, Comprehensive Drugs and Alcohol Prevention Program for SUSC Communication Act of 1995, Commodity Price Support Program, Committee on Limiting Terms, Concessions in Parks, Condolences, Congratulations (Birthdays, Awards, LDS Church Calls, Positions, Contests), Congressmen of the Past
17
Series I, Box 17: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Cosponsor and Cosigner lists, Cottage Program International Alcohol and Drug Abuse, County Proposal 1983, Coyote Caucus, Crandall Canyon Mine, Credit Union Reform
18
Series I, Box 18: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Credit Union Reform, Cuts in Senior Program, C.Y. Jamison Meeting, Crop Insurance, Cryofacture, CSEPP – Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program, CTMA – Commercial Technology for Maintenance Activities, Cumi Dilg Summer 2002, Dairy (Issues, Lists, Talking Points, Background for 1985 Legislation, Markets, Ag. Act Amendments, Termination Program, Leon Savage, Stats-NAFTA), Darrell Hafen, David H. Laufman, Dale Brechbuhler’s Letters to the President and Congress, Dead End File, Dear Colleague ideas, Dear Colleague Letters
19
Series I, Box 19: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Dear Colleague Letters, Defense (Policy, Nuclear, Studies, Reserve, Intelligence, Meetings, Commission, Budget)
20
Series I, Box 20: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Defense (States, Misc., Reagan, Media, Environmental, Megacenters, Contractors)
21
Series I, Box 21: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Defense (Funds, Loose)
22
Series I, Box 22: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Delegation (Blueprint, Mtg., Draft, Press Releases), Delta Letter, Demonstration Project for Recruiting Women/Minorities/Handicapped and Elderly in High Technology Training and Jobs, Depmeds to Hill AFB, Depts (Letters, BRAC, Privatization), Deseret News, Desert Tortoise, Deseret Chemical Facility, Dick Armey’s Farm Policy, Detroit Diesel, Dilley, Dinosaur Tracks Nat’l Monument, Division of State History, Domestic Dow Corning Bankruptcy, Down Winders, Draft Alt.s to Colo. Raft Manage., Drought (Letters, Assistance)
23
Series I, Box 23: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Drunk Driving Commission Items
24
Series I, Box 24: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Drunk Driving Commission Items, Dugway (Access Rout Route 1999, RIF 1993-1994, Anti-Terrorism Village, E.V. Issues, Proving Grounds, Vaccine Production Facility)
25
Series I, Box 25: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Economy, Earth First, EDO, Eddie Boehlen, Education, Electoral College Info, Electric Consumers Protection Act, Electronic Warfare – Hill AFB, Elian Gonzalez Custody Battle, Emerging Issues, Empowerment, Energy (General, Electric, Oil, Nuclear, Solar), Enewetak Nuclear Debris Clean-up, Entitlements – Little America, Environmental and Energy Study Conference, Envirocare, Environmax, Environmentalist, Environmental Meeting – Litton Stuff., Enviro- Surety Bond Requirements, Environmental Protection Agency Regulations
26
Series I, Box 26: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
EPA, ESA-Willow Flycatcher Escheat of Unclaimed Property, Ethics, Evan Koller, Everett/Fazio Opposition, Executive Intelligence Review, Exemplary Center for Reading Instructions, Expired Oil and Gas Leases, Existing U.S> Wilderness Areas, F-15, F-16, F/A-18, F-22, F. Stewart Tracy F.A.A., Fair Insurance Practices Act, Fairness Network Base Close., Family Weekly Inc., Farm Credit System, Farm Bill 1991, Farm Regulation, Farmers Home Administration, F.B.I. Information Brochure, FDIC/BIF Legislation, Federal Agency Land Acquisition Limitation Act of 1982, Federal Budget, Federal Budget (Balanced Budget Amendment), Federal Lands, Federal Medicare Lawsuit, Federal Mine Safety, Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act
27
Series I, Box 27: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Federal Pay Increase, Federal Procurement Conference for Department of Commerce, Federal Staff Positions
28
Series I, Box 28: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Federal Trade Commission Regulations, FTC Ruling Related to the Columbia/Health Trust Merger, FEMA Disaster Kit, Fighter Aircraft Modernization, First Budget Resolution for 1983, FLPMA Act/Utah, Flood Control Army, Flooding in Utah – May/June 1983, Fly Over Bill July 1986, Food Additives, Food for Desert Shield, Food Stamp-By states, Foreign AG Service, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Donation Programs, Forest Planning Issues and Concerns, Form Letters, Forage Industry, Fort Douglas, Folklore in Utah, Foreign Affairs – Nicaragua Civilian Personnel Cuts, Friends of Mesa Verde, Fruit Insurance for Utah, Forest Service (Agency, Recommendations, Locations, Maps, Regulations)
29
Series I, Box 29: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Fund for America’s Future – V.P. Bush Committee, Funding for the National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities (NEA and NCH), Funding for Public Broadcasting, Furloughs – 1990, FY ’83 Budget, Fy ’95 Appropriations Cuts in Programs, FY ’97 HNSE Programs, FY Million Req., Gangs in Utah, GAO Report on Baseline – 1990, Garfield Co. vs. NPS, Garkane Power, G.A.T.T., GARN Nomination to BRAC, Garrison Diversion Project, Gasoline Volatility Rules for Utah, Gasoline Tax Increase, GATB and Labor, General Atomics, General Background/Summary/Fact Sheet on Wilderness, General Congratulations
30
Series I, Box 30: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, General File 1994, General Orders (#71, 85, 87, 91, 346), George Sutherland, Get-Well Wishes, Glad – R. Kirby, Glen Canyon Power Plant, Glen Canyon Power Expansion Project, Golden Spike, Gordon Paxman Correspondence, Goshutes/Private Fuels, Goshutes – Nukes, Goshute Opposition, Governor Bangeter, Governor Leavitt, Governor Mattheson, Grasshopper Problem in Utah
31
Series I, Box 31: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Grand Canyon Concessions, Grant Cooper, Grazing on Federal Lands, Gray’s Sporting Journal, Great Basin/Lake Meade Merger, Great Western Trail, Green Thumb Program, Gun Control
32
Series I, Box 32: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Gun Control
33
Series I, Box 33: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Halls Crossing Decision, Handicap Program Funding, Handicap Program Funding: Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), Hansen #3, Hansen Amendment (67635), Hansen’s Letter on Native Americans, JVH Environmental Record, JVH Letters – Special, JVH Sponsored Bills – 102nd Session, Hansen Lobbying Efforts, HASC (Chemical Panel, Haiti involvement, Russian Military Hearing, Somalia Hearings, “Use of force”), Health Care Reform
34
Series I, Box 34: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Health Care Reform
35
Series I, Box 35: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Health Care Reform, HHS Health and Human Services (Head Start Program, Weber/Morgan Child Abuse Coordinating Council, American Fork Training School, Cottage Program International), Helicopter Skiing, Hercules Trade/Carbon Fiber, Hexcel-Pan Carbon Fiber, High Uintas Wilderness, Hill Air Force Base (AFB) (1991 RIF, Early Outs, BRAC ’93 Reports, Park City, Special Forces Wing, ARSA, Civilian Use of Runway, Role of ICBMs, RIF 1993, Issues 1992-93, Position on Hansen Legislation to delay BRAC ’95, Air Force Audit, A-76, Depot Warehouse Facility, Rail and Gen Shop, OO-AIC Workload 09/99, C-130, Start Treaty Implications of closure, 419th TAC Wing Personnel)
36
Series I, Box 36: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Hill Air Force Base (School Encroachment, Union, BAH, Day Care Center, Utah Chamber of Commerce, F/A – 18 contract ’93, OO-ALC Workloads/Partnerships, Joint Service Depot Proposal, Museum), Hogan Pass Improvements, “Hold” file, Home Health Care, Homosexuals in the military, Hoover Powerplant modification, Housing and Urban Development (Budget cuts, Abuse, General), House Republican Research Committee, Hovis Simmons
37
Series I, Box 37: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
H.R. (House of Representatives) Legislation – 4516, 6863, 6955, 5831, 5922, 5949, 6444, 6457, 6514, 6862, 6173, 6211, 6214, 6267, 7019, 3270, 6170, 1115, 1579, 1532, 6956, 6957, 6978, 6995, 7145, 5320, 5543, 5540, 5539, 5447, 3966, 4516, 21, 7, 34, 801, 1696, 1291, 10, 182, 107, 1695, 5, 124, 4, 149, 9, 284, 2175, 3334, 96, 4879, 1932, 4883, 1932, 2116, 2303, 2348, 2498, 4852, 4934
38
Series I, Box 38: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
H.R. (House of Representatives) Legislation – (1439, 1149, 2326, 2477, 4516, 188, 189, 1431, 1501, 3485, 4806, 4171, 3955, 3727, 2910, 2839, 2669, 91, 100, 127, 999, 364, 3865, 1, 13, 70, 1675, 2837, 4214, 1010, 2801, 2645, 3288, 3082, 3678, 5291, 5597, 6099, 5428, 4023, 7072, 7397, 5203, 5427, 4961, 5133, 7158, 7166, 7205, 3908, 3907, 363, 3851, 3848, 329, 404, 4864, 4607, 86, 4129, 4103, 3936)
39
Series I, Box 39: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
H.R. (House of Representatives) Legislation – (3908, 3936, 4620, 395, 399, 3591, 86, 3293, 3291, 2863, 2862, 65, 5041, 5030, 425, 5005, 4968, 4063, 4259, 3679, 3676, 3605, 4579, 4404, 4583, 4275, 4559, 453, 492, 4311, 6156, 4516, 6060), H. Resolution Cosponsor – (17, 23, 22, 25, 29, 32, 33, 49, 62, 69, 70, 73, 83, 85, 95, 98, 100, 101, 105, 127, 136, 137, 139, 151, 155, 168, 169, 171, 175, 176, 177, 186, 200, 204, 205, 210, 212, 216, 217, 220, 221, 228, 229, 234, 237, 243, 260, 266, 271, 273, 281, 283, 284, 287, 311, 315, 317, 322, 324, 325, 329, 336, 340, 342, 345, 356, 357, 362, 373, 392, 404 ,407, 418, 420, 425, 422, 423, 432, 437, 443, 445, 453, 458, 460, 466, 468, 473, 475, 476, 477, 478, 484, 485, 488, 489, 491, 495, 500, 507, 509, 518, 526, 528, 532, 542, 543, 547, 550, 555, 559, 581, 583, 590, 591, 594, 597, 605, 608
40
Series I, Box 40: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
H.R. (House of Representatives) Legislation – (4603, 4700, 4995, 60, 250, 350, 352, 378, 389, 409, 411, 521, 562, 631, 599, 746, 2643, 3209, 4374, 4481, 4703, 4709, 4961, 3846, 3866, 3908, 3936, 3939, 3950, 3979, 4092, 4098, 4143, 4388, 4402, 4427, 4448, 4478, 4516, 4548, 4740, 5229, 5370, 5594, 5678, 5721 5845, 5855, 6021, 6093, 6099)
41
Series I, Box 41: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
H.R. (House of Representatives) Legislation – (4, 13, 31, 67, 76, 115, 133, 153, 179, 181, 183, 194, 223, 238, 251, 325, 341, 349, 357, 370, 1100, 1311, 1520, 1526, 1553, 1714, 1855, 1898, 1953, 2039, 2098, 2120, 2136, 2156, 2166, 2330, 2540, 2614, 2803, 2811, 2818, 2819, 2979, 3023, 3112, 3115, 3136, 3210, 3239, 3240, 3275, 3337, 3376, 3377, 3380, 3413, 3420, 3423, 3480, 3484, 3454, 3455, 3462, 3467, 3499, 3512, 3518, 3519, 3567, 3608, 3180, 3995)
42
Series I, Box 42: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
H.R. (House of Representatives) Legislation – (1071, 1183, 1190, 1213, 1234, 1341, 4056, 4403, 5424, 1510, 1625, 1718, 1747, 1900, 1983, 2066, 2211, 2379, 2510, 2587, 2668, 2760, 2780, 2809, 2913, 2957, 2968, 2973, 4034, 4035, 4074, 4119, 4120, 4121, 4144, 4169, 4152, 4209, 4241, 4331, 4437, 4522, 4560, 4591
43
Series I, Box 43: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
H.J./H.R. (House of Representatives) Res. Cosponsor – (609, 611, 618, 629, 631, 637, 638, 675, 678, 950, 1010, 1012, 1169, 1176, 1491, 1493, 1539, 1902, 1881, 1870, 1824, 1800, 1701, 1663, 1662, 1570, 1544, 2174, 2193, 2071, 1984, 1976, 1955, 3796, 3716, 3715, 3714, 3713, 3694, 3669, 3663, 3642, 3562, 3348, 3344, 2996, 2967, 2911, 2420, 2386, 2382, 2240, 2225), Ice Cream America Survey of Congress – 1984, IHPRPT – Rocket Propulsion, Imerican Bicentennial Presidential Inaugural, Immigration
44
Series I, Box 44: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Hunger Relief Bill, Hydroelectric Relicensing, Inaugural – 1997, Indian Affairs Task Force, Indian Panes, Industrial Development Bond, Intelligence Committee Secrecy Oath, Integrated Weapons System Mgt., Interior (Information, Paiute Tribe, Grants, OTAI, Correspondence, Coal Leasing, Teton Dam Disaster, Public Lands, Bills, Budget, Forest Service, BLM, Secretary Watt, Aspen College, Memos, Committees, Lists, Agendas)
45
Series I, Box 45: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Imtermounain Indian School (Impact and Money, Closure, General), Insanity Defense, Instrument Landing System at Ogden Airport, Insurance Company Tax
46
Series I, Box 46: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Intermountain Indian School (Gold Course, Incentive Awards, Newspaper Clippings, Transfer of Property, Truck Runaway Lane), Intermountain Power Project, International Monetary Fund, Interns, International Monetary Fund, Interns, International Tobacco, Invitations Accepted – January 1985, Invitations for Congressman, IOSTAR, Irrigation Subsidy, Iron County, Ira Menacker, IRS, Issues of the “Insider”, ITC Steel Investigation/Hearings, James Watt – Secretary of the Interior, Janet Reno Letter, Japan Economic Journal Questionnaire – 1983, Japanese-American Internment, Jedediah Smith Trail Study, Jetway Systems
47
Series I, Box 47: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Jerusalem Post International Edition, Job Corps Program, John H. Morgan Jr., Johnston Island (JACADS), Joint Procurement and RandD FA/18 Program, Joint Reserve Language Center, Jones Hole Nat’l Fish Hatchery, John Edward Probert – 1992, Juab County Land Exchange, Kaibab Industries in Utah and Arizona, Kane County, Kennedy Years-Report, Kenneth G., Arkwright (OPIC), Kennecott Copper on the EPA’s National Priority List, Kern River Kiwanis Questionnaire – 1985, KMS Fusion, Knowlton Elementary School Letters – 1982, Kosovo Conflict, Kuwait – Mckay/Dee Hosp., L-3, Lake Powell, Lamb Prices down, Land Issue Constituent Letters, Land Exchanges, Land Reform, Larolee Dispain, Leadership Foundation, Leasing Fees, League of Issued Savings Essays
48
Series I, Box 48: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legislation – Grazing, Funding, Homeowners Protection Act, Faxed Correspondence, Provo Public Power, Al Gore’s Alleged Criminal Conduct, Logan City/Army Corp, Banking (PMI), Technical Corrections, Resources, Goshutes at Skull Valley, Marketing, Lundahl/E-Coli, Fur Coalition, Funding Request (Ag Crickets), State (Mormon Crickets), Crickets and Grasshoppers, Bill, Water, Interior, Metal Bromide, NEP, NRCS, Onion, Ostrich Loans, Ostrich Meat Inspection, Packers and Stockyards, Peanut Reform, Perlite/Milford, Plowman, R.D., Poison Plants, RCandD, Mormon Crickets and Grasshoppers, Envirocare Letters to Thomas, Amalgamated Sugar, Lee – Kenneth, Abortion, Abortion Partial Birth, Abortion – Pill, Abortion – Utah, Abortion – Title X, Americans with Disabilities Act, Attorney General Janet Reno, Brady Bill, Cops, Armor Piercing Bullets, Crime Issues, Crime Bill – HR 3355, Taking Back Our Streets Act, Defense of Marriage Act, Drugs, FBI, Repeal of Assault Weapons Ban, Gun Control – Canada, Gun Control – HR 659, Gun Control, Immigration, Leaders Task Force on Legal Reform, Juvenile Crime – HR 4491, Legal Reform Attorney Accountability, Common Sense, Legal Reforms Contract with America, Coalition for Judicial Reform, Legal Services, National Gambling Policy and Impact Commission Act, Ariel Sharon Article, Patents – Cordell Lundahl, Parental Rights and Responsibility Act – HR 1946, Patents, Pornography, Price Fixing, Private Security Office Quality Assurance Acts of 1995, Product Liability, Religious Liberties Amendment, Religious Freedom Restoration Act, School Prayer, U.S. Marshalls Service Improvement Act, BATF – St. Charles Incident, White House Travel Office, Bill York, City of Boerne, Texas v. P.F. Flores/Archbishop of San Antonio, Anderson-Russel, Ute Indian Tribe, H.C. Massey, Perez, Steve Human Rights Guy, Kirk – John St. George, Smithfield Livestock Auction, Rob Haltom Case Phase II Pharmaceuticals, Robert Haltonn/NPS/UPS/Phase I
49
Series I, Box 49: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legislation – Grant Notification – UTA, Ogden/Hinckley Airport, United – Service to Shanghai, Airline Competition Issues, St. George Airport, Landing Rights – Shanghai, Rail, Agrinautics, Bryce Airport, Energy Letters, K Towers, Privatization of Air Traffic Control, Commerce – HR 721 Tax-Exempt Bond Utility Restructuring, RR Retirement, Hours of Service, D Transportation, HUD Loan Hold, Commerce – Dry Cleaners, Commerce – Unsolicited Faxes, Rollar Coaster Bill, Carnivore, Water TMDL, Weber Basin Water, CARA HR 701, BLM OHV Policy, Hydro Lisc. Bill HR 2335, March 2 2000 – Subc. On National Parks and Public Lands Hearing on HR 3605, Recreation Cabin Fees, Refrigerants Restrictions, HR 3661 Back-Country Airstrips, Salinity Control, Western Caucus – Environment, Arsenic, June 13 2000 School Trust Land Trade, Doyle Property, ATandT Easements on BLM Land, EPA Radon Rule, Banking – Olympic Coin, Banking – Fannie Mae Federal Funds for Utah, Funding Request – Lost Creek, Funding Request – NFWF, Grant Request – Ogden Sewer, Funding Request (DDO, Pineview Dam, Interior, Toole Water and Reuse, Logan City Wetlands, Energy and Water Toole H2O Reuse/Lost Creek, Jones Hole Fish Hatchery, Bear River Refuge, Bear River Ed. Center, Weber/USU Listeria Study, City of Logan), Ivins City Post Office, Wasatch Powder Birds, Commerce (MIBE Huntsman Chemical, Internet Taxes), Payment in Lieu of Taxes Program, Telephone Parental Lock System, TV Translator Master Plan in Utah, FAA Block Grant, I-15 Reconstruction Project, VA/HUD – Postal Overviews, Grant Request – Farmington Post Office, Commerce – Preventing Predatory Billing Act, Grant Request – Flood Migration for St. George, Utah Environment, Bovine, Canadian Woolens, Cherries, Civil Rights/USDA, Cloning, Fish Protection, ’98 Full Committee Oversight Hearing on Endangered Species Act, Endangered Species, Uintah County Mosquito Abatement District, Medicare Home Health Benefits, Floor Speech on HR 1127, Antiquities Act, Abuse in the Establishment of the Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument
50
Series I, Box 50: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legislation – Congressional Space Caucus, Congressional Fire Caucus Member, Sportsmans Caucus Member, Travel and Tourism Caucus Member, Army Caucus Member, Republican Task Force on Energy, Congressional Rural Caucus, Utah Honorary Chapter of the Natl. Comm. For Prevention of Child Abuse, Utah Winter Olympic Bid Information, Utah Library Association, Wednesday’s Group Information, Dixie Classic – St. George Utah, Human Protection Act, Correspondence VA/HUD – Riverdale, Press, FY03 Approps Requests, Agency and Dept Work, FY03 Energy and Water, FY03 Ag, FY02 Requests, UTA FY02 Request, SL File, Funding Request – St. George and Iron City, FY 2002 VA/HUD, Grazing, City of Logan – US 1800 No. Corps/EPA, Wasatch Energy Systems Letter to EPA, John Morgan Letter – Oil Shale, CRP – Conservation Reserve Program, PILT Rural Business Opportunity Grant, Steel Industry and the International Trade Commission, MAGCORP/Dept. of Commerce, Envirocare Letter to DOE, Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish, Blundell Geothermal Plant, Swance v. US, Pacificorp permit to Army Corps Bear Lake, Mineta Letter and Talking Points DCA Nonstop slots, Airport Security Bill, FED/Treasury Real Estate Rulemaking, Manufacturing Extension Partnership, SBA – Kent Moon Nomination, FY03 VAQ-HUD, Bill Adams EPA Nomination, FY2003, Airline Service and Regulations, BLM Issues, U.S. Steel Industry, Animal Industries, Federal Funding for Projects in Utah, Delta/Vancouver, Press, PMI 1996, PMI Correspondence, Salt Lake City Airspace, Perimeter Rule Western Caucus, Western Gov’s, Enviro’s, Presentations and Summaries, Legacy, UDOT, EPA and Army Corp, Roadless Rule, JVH Correspondence, Organ Donor Bill Gift of Life Tax Credit Act, FY02 Approps. WGU, Education, Math and Science Education, Utah Education, Assistive Tech. Act, Health and Misc., Safety in Public Place Act, Domestic Abuse, Religious Liberty Protection Act, Job Corps, Immigration Gun Control, H.R. 2002 (Correspondence, Republican Policy Committee, Cosponsor, Agricultural Workers, Immigration), FDA Authority, Tobacco Advertising, PHAER Act, HR 1244 – Tobacco Ingredient Disclosure and Warning, Tobacco in the Movies, Hansen/Meehan HR 1232, Stop Kids from Smoking Act, Tobacco Advertisements, Framework Briefing, ADA, H.J. Res. 54, Patient Right to Know Act, Working Families Flexibility Act, Howard Nielson Post Office, Just Say No Act, H.R. 2589, Dotsch-Dan-Salt Lake County Jail, Haltom-Robert Children’s Friew Foundation, Scout Letters, Misc
51
Series I, Box 51: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legislation – (104th, EIS Statement – Yellowstone Fishing Bridge and other information, Whips, Committee Report on Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Profile, Questionnaire Results, Republican Working Group on Legal Reform – 1994, Capitol Christmas Tree from Utah, Congressional War Powers Resolution, Skinhead Issue – Zion National Park, POW/MIA Issue, Legislative Profile, Newsweek Magazine Article – 1991, Utah: Amphitheater in So. Utah Pfizer, NAM Award, National Security Strategy of U.S. 1990), Legislative Activity Guide 1989, Legislative Calendar, Legislators, Leon Savage Dairy Letter, Lessons on Persian Gult war, Letterkenng Tactical Missile Transfer, Letters
51a
Series I, Box 51a: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legislative Activity Guide – Vote Justification
52
Series I, Box 52: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
LDS Farms, Letters to Editor, Letters written for Jim by Nancee, Leviticus Project, LifeAmendment PAC Inc. Questionnaire 1982, Line-Item Veto Legislation, Link between OSI and KGB, Litton, Lithuanian American Council Inc., Lobby Reform Act of 1994, Logan Manufacturing Company SUSU Procurement , Logan Utah, Public Meeting, Lola Esplin Sent and Received, Loose Items (Health Care and Community Centers, HUD Budget, Tourism), Level Radioactive Waste Compacts, Low Income Housing
53
Series I, Box 53: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
MX Missile System (Impact Legislation, Articles 1981, alt. LUA, AF Testimony, alts., split, SUM/SEA, Support/Opposition, Information Center, County Policy Board, DEIS alternatives, Weinburger, Deployment, Contracts, Siting, President’s Economic Adjustment Committee, Water, Impact Assistance, DEFs Process, Minerals, Energy, Memorandum
54
Series I, Box 54: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
MX Missile System (Development, CRS, AF Facts, Loose Materials, Important, Missile Info Pack, DoD Authorization, Update, House Mil-Con Simon/Hansen Amendment, HR 3455, S. 815, Interior Committee Analysis Legislative History, Public Opinion Polls, Mormon Church Position, Common Missile, Senate Mil-Con, HR 3512, Deis Comments, Townes Comission, Garn/Laxalt Proposal, alt. – Mountain, Legislation, CBO, Past Amendments, UTA, GAO, Previous Legislation, Strategic Considerations)
55
Series I, Box 55: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
MX Missile System (Memorandum, System Proposed Designated Area, Information, Small ICBM, Rail Garrison, Test Missiles, ICBM, Rail, CSB: Technical Briefing)
56
Series I, Box 56: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Military Academies, Military Reform, Military Projects in Utah, Military Contracting Out, Military Single Manager Concept, Minority Business Enterprise Program, Military Land Withdrawal Legislation, Military Construction, Military RECO, Milk Marketing – Great Basin/Lake Meade Merger, Milk Prices, Mineral Resources Survey Nevada/Utah Siting Area
57
Series I, Box 57: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Mineral Rights, Miscellaneous – Flooding – FEMA, Misc (loose), Missing Children Act, Mode C Transponders, Money Market Funds, Moon Lake Electric Association, Morton Thiokol and the ASRM Program, Mormon Cricket ’90, “MSX” (USU Space Dynamics Lab), Mtg. – JVH/Jake/Gov.., Mt. Carmel Water source, Mushrooms
58
Series I, Box 58: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Napster Copyright, NASA, National Taxpayer’s Union, National Wildlife Federation, National Travel and Tourism Caucus, National Right to Work Committee Questionnaire, National Town Meeting, National Small Business Association, National Right to Work Committee, National Journal Questionnaire, Natl. Federation of Independent Business, National Electrical Contractors Association of Washington, National Center of Urban Ethnic Affairs, National Assoc. of Realtros, National Association of Postmasters, Nat. Research Council Report – 1994, National Guard Civilian Employee Issues, National Cattlemen, National Association of Counties, National Commission on Dairy Policy, National Park Service, National Guard – Western Army Aviation Site, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
59
Series I, Box 59: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Grants, National Writing Project, Natural Disaster Assistance Available, Natural Resources – Mining/OandC/Etc, Native Americans, NAVIS, Nehon Keizai Shimbun Newspaper, New Federalism, New World Order, Newt Gingrich Controversy, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), NFIB Praises Hansen, NPI – Native Plants Inc., Notes Fromm Meetings, NRCC Questionnaire – 1982, NRC Workshop on Chemical Demil Alternatives, Nuclear Waste Disposal
60
Series I, Box 60: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Nuclear Test Safety, Nuclear Threat to the U.S> RandD Subcommittee, Nuclear Assurance/Ticaboo, Nuclear Weapons Requirements Panel, Nuke Waste, Nuclear Power Plant of ALCS, Nuclear Energy (Emergency Preparedness/Shoreham Hearing), Nucler Waste, John Nichols, Oblad Lectures, October Surprise Investigation, Office Drug Policy, Official Photographs Charges, Office Staff, Office of Personnel Management, Ogden Weber County Humane Society Questionnaire – 1982, Questionnaire – Opinion Research Corp., Odden Panel Report 1993
61
Series I, Box 61: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Office Management, Ogden/McClellan Public/Private Competition, Ogden ALC Capabilities, Ogden IRS Info, Ogden Airport, Oklahoma City Bombing, Olympics, Open Mind Foundation – CMF, OPM Regs. On Recommending Constituents for Fed Jobs, Open Burn/Open Detonation Tooele – Dugway ’96, OPM – Open Season For Health Benefits, OPM: On-call and Temporary Workers, OTA Report on Alternatives, Our Hunting Lands Are Under Siege, Outdoor Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas Leasing Program, Outdoors Unlimited Inc., Overseas Base Closures, Oversight and Investigations Markup on FY 1994 Defense Bill, Oversight and Investigations, Owers Defense Votes, Paiute Farms San Juan Marina Project, Panama Canal Relinquishment, Park Boundary – HR 3383
62
Series I, Box 62: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
PDDO – 25 – Peacekeeping/U.N. – U.S. Troops Under U.N., Pearl Harbor Survivors – Utah, Pension Equity Tax Bill, Persian Gulf/Budget Issues, Persian Gulf Tax Issues, Personal Property management, Personal Correspondence, Personal Foreign Policy, Pesticides, Petrocoal, Petroleum, Overcharge Escrow Funds, PHOVI Sinnorai, Photograph and Biography Requests – 1982, Photographs (Interns, Requests, Events, Plants, Staff, Awards, Constituents), Physician Reimbursement Under Medicare
63
Series I, Box 63: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Pipeline – Comm. Memo, Plan A, Plan B, PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance), Political History of Utah, Political Research Inc., Polls – 1997-1998, Pork Barrel Lists – Groups, Position Papers, Postal Patron Info, POW/MIAs, Praire Dogs/USFWS, Predators Control, Pre-Oath Letters, Preference Power, Presidential Classroom for Young Americans, President’s Victory ’86 Fund Raiser, Press – 4 Year Term, Preston-Thorgrimson, Price Support – Adjustment Programs History, Privatization, Procurement Conference ’94, Promontory Rail Restoration, Procurement Reform Gen. Marquez – G.A., Proposed Changes to Arsenal Act – 1994, Proprietary Jurisdiction, Protective Gear – Chemical and Biological, Prospective Child Care Center, Proud Accretion Lands
64
Series I, Box 64: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Public Meeting (Maps, Exceptions, Format, Witness Lists), Public Private Competition, Public Service Research Council, Publications Requested from Congressional Directory Office, Puppy Mills/Pig Farms, Public Service Research Council, Quail Lake Dam Disaster – 1989, Quail Creek Reserve Project, Railroad Retirement, Rangeland Research, Rangeland Reform, Rangeland Paper, Rare II, Ratings and Voting Records 1997-1998
65
Series I, Box 65: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Rare II (Exception Language, Release, Box Death Hollow, General, Mt. Naomi, Pine Valley), Reagan’s Program for Economic Recovery
66
Series I, Box 66: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Reagan’s Program for Economic Recovery, Regan (Budget, Tax Cut, Proposals, Heritage Foundation), Reappointment, Reconciliation, Recreational Area, Regional Hearing, Release Language, Religious Groups Information, Rental Fees on Federal Property, Reports from Provo, Respecteen National Youth Forum, Rental Fees for Oil and Gas Leases, Republican (National Committee, Freshman Class Minutes, Research Committee), Requests (Utah Information, Goldenspike, Miscellaneous Information, Personal Information), Reply’s Spring 1982, Research and Development, Restriction on Peanut Imports, Dick Richards, RIF Incentive Package – 1993, River Running: Permits and Water Flows, Roads, Robert McChain, Robinson Armament, Rod Tueller/USU Tax Questions, Roger Evershad-Lowell Construction, Roosevelt Utah Public Meeting
67
Series I, Box 67: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Royal Air Force Recognition, Royalty Management, RSRM Pressure Fluctuations, RT-Wing Kooks and Latin American Drinks, Rules of House of Reps, Rural Caucus, Rural Development Act, Rural Electrification Administration, S. 271 – Nat’l Trail System Additions, S. 589 – Omnibus Inslar Areas Bill, S. 1503 – Standby Petr. Emer. Auth. Act, S. 2036 – Training for Jobs Act, S. 2155, S. 96 – Lee Metcalf Wilderness/Montana Safety of Incineration, Sagebrush Rebellion, Sane News Questionnaire, Salt Lake Olympics 2002, Satellite Programming Access, Scenic Byways, Schedules (1982-1986)
68
Series I, Box 68: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Schedule (1986 – 1999), School Impact Aid, School Land Reform, Scoping Meeting Thank You Letters, School Prayer – Amdt., School Trust Lands Letters, SEA Devil International – Privatize Hill AFB/Ogden ALC, Sears Roebuck and Company, Second Sourcing Solid Rocket Boosters, Secretary of the Interior James G. Watt, Section 8(e) of the Small Business Act, Section 314(b) of the Economic Recovery Act, “Selected Tax Revisions – 182, Senior Scout – U.A.N.R., Senior Volunteer Program, September 11,2001 Correspondence
69
Series I, Box 69: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
September 11, 2001 Correspondence, Service River Study Army Corp, Sex Discrimination in Farmington School District, Sherri Griffith Expeditions, Shared Cost Items, SI Tennenberg Letter, Sierra Club PAC Questionnarie 1982, Ski Industry Meeting ’92, Skousen Proposals, Skyhook Technologies, SLAR Mapping in Rockies, SLC/FS Exchange, SLEP – Tooele and Teledyne, SM – ALC Competition, Small Aircraft Liability Reform, Snow Basin, “Soak the Rich”, Social Security
70
Series I, Box 70: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Social Security
71
Series I, Box 71: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Social Security Correspondence, Soda Ask Letter, Soil Conservation District and Soil Conservation Service, Solid Rocket Demilling TRW Study – Hill AFT, Soviet Visit to Tooele Army Depot, Space Launch Agreements, Speak-Up For America, Speed Limits
72
Series I, Box 72: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Special Projects (Local Transient Shelter – Ogden, Agriculture – Grasshopper Issue), Specialist Michael New Case, Sponsor/Cosponsor, Staff Meeting, Stan Anderson’s Questions, Stan Parrish Letter, Stan Tixier, Standard Oil Company of California, State University of New York Questionnaire, State Permitting Cost Reimbursement, Steel Service Center Institute, Steel Imports and Industry, Ted Stewart, Marty Stephens, Stop Public Interest Lawsuit Profits, Strategic Minerals Act, Student Questionnaire – Rutgers College – Theresa Ward – Oct. 1981, Student Inquiries (1982, 1985), Student Financial Aid, Subsidies – Price Supports, Sugar Farm Bill, Sugar Policy, Summary of Testimony, Suny – Binghamton Questionnaire, Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act, Surface Transportation Assistance Act, SUWA ORV/BLM Lawsuit, Swampbuster Provision of Food Security Act, Synthetic Fuels Industry Environmental Monitoring, Tactical Air Hearings Research and Technology - 1993
73
Series I, Box 73: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Tactical Missile Consolidation, Tar Sands, Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act, Taxing Retirement Accounts and Plans, Taxing Employee and Fringe Benefits, Tax Reform, TEFRA Withholding Tax
74
Series I, Box 74: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
TEFRA, Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program, Dr. Edwin Thol – M.D. Questionnaire, Thank Yous, The Congressmen of the First Congressional District in Utah, Thiokol (Yellow Creek, Demil., Russian Demilling with Askond, Issues, Plant 78, MX Mishap), Third Party Correspondence Addressed to Senator Orin Hatch, Thousand Springs, Timber Facts, Titan IV – Hercules, Tobacco (Legislation, Task Force, FDA, Correspondence)
75
Series I, Box 75: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Tobacco Tax, Tobacco Warning Bill, Tongass Timber Reform, Tooele Army Depo (EDC, CMF, RIF, Personal Property, DoD Directive, Concerns, Baseline Plant, Hospital, Privatization, Closure, CAMDS), Toxic Chemicals at Hill Air Force Base, Toward a Better Military Travel, Tree Utah
76
Series I, Box 76: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Trip to East Europe – Feb. 1993, TRP Program – Round 2 – FY ’94, TRW – Utah Operations, T.V. Broadcasting for the Hearing Impaired, TWA Route Sale London – WYC, Tuition Tax Credits, Tyzack Aqueduct and Red Fleet Reservoir, Umatita – Support for Incineration, Undergraduate Pilot Training, Uniformed Services University of Health Services, U.S. Farm Policy Issues, University Research Initiative, University of Utah (Research Initiative, 96th RSC, Utah-Russia Institute, Correspondence, Medical Center, Health Sciences Conference on Nuclear War), U.S. Chamber of Commerce Publications, U.S. Defense Committee 1982 Candidate Questionnaire, US Forest Service, U.S. League of Savings Institution Questionnaire, U.S. Park Service Wilderness Proposal, U.S. Small Business Administration, U.S./Canada Free Trade Agreement, US/Russia Space Launch, U.S.S. Salt Lake City – CA-25, UPS Letter, Uranium DEIS, Uranium Mine Wastes, Uranium Mill Tailings, Use of Animal in DoD Research, Users Feeds, Utah (4-H Club Winners, Agriculture and Economy, Air National Guard, ARPA Proposals, Economic Impact of Utah Bases, Biological Warfare, Civil Air Patrol Wing, Common Cause – Questionnaire on Nuclear Arms Policy – 1982, Defense Alliance, Delegation Testimony, Desert Shield Effort, Energy Budget Imports, Energy Office – UEO, Farm Bureau Federation, Farm Bureau Federation Convention Nov. 19, 1981, Farm Bureau policies – 1990, Farm Bureau Staff Questionnaire 1987, Federal Workers/Retirees Statistics)
77
Series I, Box 77: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Utah (Nation Guard NSA, Prayer Issue, Planning and Budget, Rare II, Resources International, Reserves Ft. Douglas, Russia Institute, State Food Stamp Letter, Senate Concurrent Resolutions 5and6, State Legislation Directory, State Senate, Utah State University Archive, USU Correspondence, Symphony Orchestra, USU Robotics, Royalities, USU Bid on Officer Courses, Utah State University – Institute of Political Economy, Utah Water Research Laboratory, Utah Wilderness, Indian Water Bill), UTTR, Val Rigby, Vang – KC-135R,Vehicle Record Keeping Requirements, Vermillion Cliffs Highway Project
78
Series I, Box 78: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Veteran Affairs, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Vietnam-POW/MIA Correspondence, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, Vitro Tailings
79
Series I, Box 79: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Viola Squires, Vigun River Land Prevention Assn., Volvo EXIM Bar, Wall Street Journal, Washington Monitor Inc., Washington Rare II, Water Research Bill, Watt-James, Wyane Hage, Weapons Acquisition Strategy, Weather Modification Research Program, Weber State College Skills Center, Weber Water – Arthur M. Ukena, Wendover Airport, WESCOR, West Desert Pumping Project, Western Test Range Coalition, Westest Engineering, Wetlands, W.F.C.B., Wheat, Wheaton Computer Tools Questionnaire – 1987, White House Conference on Small Business, White House Correspondence – 1982, White House Easter Egg Info. – 1981, White House – General Correspondence, White House – President Reagan Speeches, White House Staff, Whitehorse High School, Who Pays Taxes, Who is Who (Washington, D.C., In the West, In America), Wilderness
80
Series I, Box 80: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Wilderness (BLM, Nuclear Waste, Clean Air Act, General, Oil and Gas Leasing, House Wilderness Hearings, New Hampshire-Maine-Wisconsin, ANWAR, Salt Lake City Public Meeting, Fieldtrip)
81
Series I, Box 81: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Wilderness (Loose, Newspaper Articles, Hearings, Preservation and Designation)
82
Series I, Box 82: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Wilderness (Preservation and Designation), William Daines, Williams INT, Williams – Bradley Conversions, George A. Willmore – Rexburg Idaho, Wolf Petition, Wolves – Yellowstone, Women Infants and Children Food Program, World Almanac and Book of Facts Questionnaire, YAF – Young Americans for Freedom Inc, Young Conservative Foundation, Young Republican National Federation, Yucca Mountain – Nuclear Waste, Zitzmann
83
Series I, Box 83: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: American Heritage Trust, Andalex, Animal Rights, Aquaculture, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Barkbeetle/Timber sales Issues, BRAC – Base Closures, Bear River Refuge, Beaver Dam, Beaver Dam Golf Course, Bike Rile, Biological Opinion BLM Strip, BLM Info, Bobbie Coray – Campaign ’94, Brad Hutchings/Granite Creek, Brunsdale – Owens 1990, California Desert Protection Act, Campaign 1988, Clean Air, Condor Program ’96-97, Congressional Visits, Contributions 1984 Campaign, Correspondence (MX Related Reimbursement, Federal Staff Positions, Toxic Chemical at HAFB), Dairy Imports, Dr. Barnum Paper
83a
Series I, Box 83a: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: Balanced Budget Amendment, Bountiful Pipeline, Range Land Reform, 61675, Indian Dunes
84
Series I, Box 84: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: DDO, Dear Colleague Letters, Dear Colleague Receipts, Desert Tortoise 1991, Doug Sontogg, Endangered Species, Economic Impacts and Ultra Sound, Environmental Items, Far Animal Protections, Finished Cong. Bio’s, Forest Service, Fort Douglas, Grand Canyon Trip/Investigation, Grand Canyon Trust, Great Western Trail, Gunn McKay 1987-1988, Habitat Conservation Plan, HAFB and Base Closures, Hansen, Hansen News Clippings, Hansen Bills Affecting Land, HCP (Agendas, Committee)
85
Series I, Box 85: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: HCP (Minutes, Draft Plan, Video Info and Pamphlet), History-Rules-Guidelines, Highway 89, Hog Farm, H.R. (legislation) (1192, 1232, 63, 1258, 1402, 1386, 1850, 1874, 1922, 6, 639, 792, 33, 29, 34, 37, 1142, 1182, 4, 623, 86, 113, 15, 2, 41, 9, 1), IRS letter, Knapweed Problem, Landowner Proposal, Local Legacies – Library of Congress Bicentential, Memorandum of Understanding Tortoise Density by Acres, Mexican Spotted Owl, Mt. Trumbull School/Bundy Family ’94, My Notes, Notice in Fed Register, Open House November 1984, Ozone Pollution, Poisonous Plant Research Center, Praire Dogs/Cedar City, Public Lands/Enviros Battle 1999, Recovery Team Info, Republican National Energy Strategy, Rock Mountain Ventures Statement, RS 2477, Roads, School Trust Land Bill, Senators Hatch/Bennett Representatives Orton/Shepard Springdale Theater, Southeast Power Administration, Technical Committee, Timber Industry, Trust Lands, U.S. Committee on Natural Resources (Interior Comm), U.S.F.W. Letter of Support, Utah State Univ. Proposal for Consulting, Virgin River TandE Fishes, Warm Creek Road, Washington City Info, Washington County Water Issues, Wheelchair Bill
86
Series I, Box 86: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: Wilderness (Beaver Dam Wash, Behind the Rocks, Big Hollow, Black Ridge, The Blues, Box Canyon, Bull Canyon, Bull Mountain, Bullfrog Creek, Burning Hills, Butler Wash, Bridger Jack Mesa, Canaan Mountain, Carcass Canyon, Carbon County Wilderness Forum, Cave Point, Cedar Mountain, Cheesebox Canyon, Coal Canyon, Cockscomb, Colt Mesa, Comb Ridge, Conger Mountain, Cottonwood Canyon, Cougar Canyon, Crack Canyon, Cross Canyon, Daniels Canyon, Dark Canyon Comples, Death Ridge, Deep Creek, Desolation Canyon, Devils Canyon, Diamond Breaks, Dirty Devil, Dog Water Creek, Dugway Mountains, East of Bryce, East-Central, Escalante Canyons, Fiddler Butte, Fifty Mile Mountain, Fish Creek Canyon, Fish Springs, Fisher Towers, Floy Canyon, Flume Canyon, Forest Service Wilderness, Fortymile Gulch, Fortknocker Canyon, Freemont Gorge, French Spring – Happy Canyon, Grand Gulch Complex, Granite Creek, Granite Peak, Gravel and Long Canyon, Goldbar Canyon, Goose Creek Canyon, Goose Neck, Hansen Bill, Harmony Flats, Harts Point, Hatch Wash, Hondu Country, Horse Spring Canyon, Horseshoe Canyon – North, Horsehoe Canyon – South, Howell Peak, In-Holdings, Indian Creek, Jack Canyon, Jones Bench, Joshua Tree, King Top)
87
Series I, Box 87: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: Wilderness (Lamp Stand, LaVerkin Creek Canyon, Limestone Cliffs, Little Egypt, Little Goose Creek, Little Rockies, Lost Spring Canyon, Lower Dolores River Beaver Creek, Mancos Mesa, Mexican Mountain, Mill Creek Canyon, Moquith Mountain, Moonshine Draw, Mussentuchit Badlands, Mud Spring Canyon, Mt. Ellen – Blue Hills, Mt. Hillers, Mt. Pennell, Muddy Creek, Mule Canyon, Negro Bill Canyon, Newfoundland Mountains, Nipple Bench, Nokai Dome, North Escalante Canyon - The Gulch, North Fork Virgin River, North Stansbury Mountains, Notch Peak, Notom Bench, Orderville Canyon, Owens Bill, Paria-Hackberry, Parunuweap Canyon, Phipps-Death Hollow, Press, Raged Mountain, Red Desert, Red Mountain, Road Canyon, Roads, Rockwell, San Rafael Reef, Scorpion, Shaffer Canyon, Sheep Canyon, Shunesburg, Sds Mountain, Silver Island Mountains, Smokey Hollow, South-Central, South-East, South Needles, South-West, Spring Creek Canyon, Spruce Canyon, Squaw and Papoose Canyon, Squaw and Willis Creek, Steep Creek, SUWA, Swasey Mountain, Taylor Creek Canyon, Turtle Canyon, Upper Kanab Creek, Upper Muddy Creek, Utah Wilderness Coalition (Sierra Club and Wilderness Society), Utah Wilderness Association, Wah Wah Mountains, Wahweap, Washington/Iron Counties Wilderness Hearing, The Watchman, West-Central, West Cold Springs, Westwater Canyon, White Canyon, Wild Horse Mesa, White River, White Rock Range, Wilderness Bill, Wilderness Hearings, Winter Ridge, Wilderness Clippings, Wilderness Utah
88
Series I, Box 88: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: Press Releases
89
Series I, Box 89: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Legal Size: Press Releases
90
Series I, Box 90: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Sealed Items: Indian School Alternative
91
Series I, Box 91: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Sealed Items: Social Security, Applications, Interior Department, Military Academies
92
Series I, Box 92: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Sealed Items: Military Academy Recommendations/Applications
93
Series I, Box 93: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Sealed Items: Loose (Social Security, Applications, Interior Department, Veterans Benefits, Military Academies, etc)
94
Series I, Box 94: Subject Files and Major Topics Correspondence
Sealed Items: Japanese-American Internment during World War II, SBA Application, Social Security *Special Folder: Utah State University Iranian Student Unrest, Ahmad Soltanieh

Series II: General CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
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1
Series II, Box 1: General Correspondence
Items 7-2991
Roughly covering January to June 1981
Box Folder
1 1
7-37
January – February 1981
1 2
39-61
January 1981
1 3
62-82
January 1981
1 4
83-101
January 1981
1 5
106-129
January-February 1981
1 6
130-166
February 1981
1 7
167-213
February 1981
1 8
214-276
February 1981
1 9
277-368
February 1981
1 10
370-389
February 1981
1 11
391-420
January – February 1981
1 12
431-475
February – March 1981
1 13
476-526
February – March 1981
1 14
527-565
February – March 1981
1 15
566-600
March 1981
1 16
667-792
March 1981
1 17
793-878
March 1981
1 18
880-901
March 1981
1 19
902-957
March 1981
1 20
985-1011
March – May 1981
1 21
1012-1052
November 1980 – April 1981
1 22
1053-1220
March – April 1981
1 23
1393-1563
April – May 1981
1 24
1564-1640
April – August 1981
1 25
1641-1735
April – August 1981
1 26
1924-2115
April 1981
1 27
2300-2451
April – May 1981
1 28
2453-2512
March – April 1981
1 29
2513-2560
March – May 1981
1 30
2561-2632
March – May 1981
1 31
2634-2727
April – May 1981
1 32
2728-2851
April – May 1981
1 33
2852-2903
May – June 1981
1 34
2904-2932
June 1981
1 35
2933-2958
May 1981
1 36
2959-2991
May 1981
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Series II, Box 2: General Correspondence
Items 2992-5604
roughly covering April to December 1981
Box Folder
2 1
2992-3038
April – May 1981
2 2
3039-3117
April – May 1981
2 3
3120-3166
March – April 1981
2 4
3167-3239
April – June 1981
2 5
3241-3298
June – July 1981
2 6
3299-3356
June 1981
2 7
3358-3423
February – July 1981
2 8
3424-3496
June – July 1981
2 9
3498-3563
June 1981
2 10
3564-3612
April 1981
2 11
3613-3698
November 1980 – April 1981
2 12
3699-4011
July 1981
2 13
4012-4200
June – July 1981
2 14
4240-4300
July 1981
2 15
4301-4329
July – August 1981
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4344-4430
September 1981
2 17
4431-4482
August 1981
2 18
4483-4516
August – October 1981
2 19
4518-4550
July – August 1981
2 20
4551-4597
July – October 1981
2 21
4598-4641
September – October 1981
2 22
4643-4795
July – October 1981
2 23
4796-4866
September – November 1981
2 24
4867-5046
September – October 1981
2 25
5031-5075
September 1981
2 26
5077-5145
August – November 1981
2 27
5146-5204
October – November 1981
2 28
5205-5328
November 1981
2 29
5358-5401
November 1981
2 30
5402-5420
November 1981
2 31
5423-5457
November 1981
2 32
5458-5485
November – December 1981
2 33
5486-5508
October 1981
2 34
5509-5567
October – December 1981
2 35
5568-5604
October 1981
3
Series II, Box 3: General Correspondence
Items 5605-10897
roughly covering April 1981 to April 1982
Box Folder
3 1
5605-5653
October 1981
3 2
5655-5699
August 1981
3 3
5700-5826
August – December 1981
3 4
5827-5894
September – December 1981
3 5
5895-6235
July – September 1981
3 6
6236-6266
December 1981
3 7
6267-6670
August – December 1981
3 8
6672-6695
June – October 1981
3 9
6697-6789
May 1981
3 10
6842-6946
April – May 1981
3 11
7156-7210
December 1981 – January 1982
3 12
7211-7261
December 1981
3 13
7262-7491
May 1981 – January 1982
3 15
7500-7553
August 1981 – January 1982
3 16
7603-7653
January 1982
3 17
7745-7784
January 1982
3 18
7858-7910
October 1981 - January 1982
3 19
7785-7857
May 1981 – January 1982
3 20
8033-8112
January 1982
3 21
8113-8186
January 1982
3 22
8187-8215
April 1981 – January 1982
3 23
8216-8264
December 1981 – January 1982
3 24
8265-8324
April 1981 – January 1982
3 25
8325-8367
January 1982
3 26
8398-8503
January 1982
3 27
8504-8580
January – February 1982
3 28
8581-8661
January – February 1982
3 29
8662-8730
February 1982
3 30
8731-8835
February 1982
3 31
8838-8943
February 1982
3 32
8944-9047
February 1982
3 33
9063-9150
February 1982
3 34
9151-9269
March 1982
3 35
9270-9317
February – March 1982
3 36
9328-9379
March 1982
3 37
9663-9786
February – March 1982
3 38
9787-9827
March 1982
3 39
10026-10147
August 1981 – March 1982
3 40
10148-10177
March 1982
3 41
10179-10292
July 1981 – March 1982
3 42
10433-10523
February – March 1982
3 43
10524-10704
January – March 1982
3 44
10705-10825
February – April 1982
3 45
10826-10897
March – April 1982
4
Series II, Box 4: General Correspondence
Items 10898-14774
roughly covering March to June 1982
Box Folder
4 1
10898-10977
March – April 1982
4 2
10978-11006
April 1982
4 3
11007-11176
March – April 1982
4 4
11177-11237
March – April 1982
4 5
11238-11341
March – April 1982
4 6
11343-11439
March – April 1982
4 7
11440-11564
March – April 1982
4 8
11565-11611
April 1982
4 9
11612-11668
March – April 1982
4 10
11669-11700
March 1982
4 11
11701-11814
March – April 1982
4 12
11815-11857
April 1982
4 13
11859-11883
March – April 1982
4 14
11884-11939
April 1982
4 15
11940-12004
March – April 1982
4 16
12005-12057
January 1982
4 17
12058-12084
April 1982
4 18
12085-12151
April – May 1982
4 19
12152-12185
May 1982
4 20
12188-12252
April – May 1982
4 21
12256-12296
May 1982
4 22
12298-12400
April – May 1982
4 23
12401-12463
May 1982
4 24
12470-12566
May 1982
4 25
12568-12654
May 1982
4 26
12656-12690
May 1982
4 27
12691-12754
May 1982
4 28
12755-12978
May 1982
4 29
12979-13044
May 1982
4 30
13049-13093
April – June 1982
4 31
13123-13168
April – June 1982
4 32
13190-13272
April – June 1982
4 33
14717-14774
March – June 1982
5
Series II, Box 5: General Correspondence
Items 14776-17924
roughly covering March to August 1982
Box Folder
5 1
14776-14885
March – June 1982
5 2
14887-14922
June 1982
5 3
14923-15014
April – June 1982
5 4
15015-15072
June 1982
5 5
15073-15125
May – June 1982
5 6
15126-15231
May – June 1982
5 7
15232-15278
June – July 1982
5 8
15279-15291
May – July 1982
5 9
15474-15584
April – July 1982
5 10
15585-15702
July 1982
5 11
15703-15820
May – July 1982
5 12
15821-15939
April – July 1982
5 13
15940-15988
June – July 1982
5 14
15990-16033
July 1982
5 15
16035-16242
March – April 1982
5 16
16243-16324
July 1982
5 17
16325-16415
July 1982
5 18
16416-16512
July 1982
5 19
16513-16555
July 1982
5 20
16556-16668
July – August 1982
5 21
16669-16736
August 1982
5 22
16737-16969
August 1982
5 23
16970-17038
August 1982
5 24
17039-17095
August 1982
5 25
17096-17329
August 1982
5 26
17330-17409
August 1982
5 27
17411-17485
August 1982
5 28
17486-17648
June – August 1982
5 29
17649-17808
August 1982
5 30
17809-17924
September 1982
6
Series II, Box 6: General Correspondence
Items 17925-22459
roughly covering September to December 1982
Box Folder
6 1
17925-18049
September 1982
6 2
18050-18094
August 1982
6 3
18097-18128
September 1982
6 4
18129-18178
August 1982
6 5
18179-18235
September 1982
6 6
18236-18283
September 1982
6 7
18410-18481
September 1982
6 8
18482-18561
September 1982
6 9
18647-18851
September – October 1982
6 10
18852-18916
September 1982
6 11
19072-19246
October 1982
6 12
19493-19767
May – October 1982
6 13
19962-20291
January – October 1982
6 14
20292-20527
October 1982
6 15
20528-20652
October 1982
6 16
20653-20709
October 1982
6 17
20710-20761
October 1982
6 18
20905-20942
November 1982
6 19
20943-20974
October – November 1982
6 20
20975-21137
November 1982
6 21
21181-21470
November 1982
6 22
21540-21572
March – December 1981
6 23
21638-21761
November 1982
6 24
21765-21939
November 1982
6 25
21940-21993
December 1982
6 26
22040-22135
December 1982
6 27
22136-22178
December 1982
6 28
22179-22249
November – December 1982
6 29
22250-22309
November 1982
6 30
22310-22388
November 1982
6 31
22384-22415
November 1982
6 32
22416-22459
December 1982
7
Series II, Box 7: General Correspondence
22460-30263
roughly covering March 1981 to March 1983
Box Folder
7 1
22460-22487
March – August 1981
7 2
22488-22564
August 1981 – December 1982
7 3
22575-22606
April – August 1981
7 4
22619-22657
March – October 1981
7 5
22663-22688
March 1981 – December 1982
7 6
22694-22721
April – December 1981
7 7
22768-22832
April 1981 – December 1982
7 8
22842-22883
December 1982
7 9
23032-23090
December 1982 – January 1983
7 10
23091-23506
September 1981 – June 1982
7 11
23518-23702
December 1982 – January 1983
7 12
23703-23779
August 1982 – January 1983
7 13
23780-24234
December 1982 – January 1983
7 14
24653-24698
January 1983
7 15
24699-24884
January 1983
7 16
24989-25219
January 1983
7 17
25243-25255
October – December 1982
7 18
25260-25276
August 1982
7 19
25324-25351
January 1983
7 20
25429-25443
February 1983
7 21
25448-25634
February 1983
7 22
25640-25815
February 1983
7 23
25817-25926
February 1983
7 24
26681-26685
February 1983
7 25
26890-26911
February– March 1983
7 26
27421-27830
February 1983
7 27
27979-28588
March 1983
7 28
28780-29350
March 1983
7 29
29831-30080
February – March 1983
7 30
30084-30117
February 1983
7 31
30120-30144
February 1983
7 32
30145-30164
March 1983
7 33
30165-30186
April 1983
7 34
30192-30263
March 1983
8
Series II, Box 8: General Correspondence
Items 30265-32885
roughly covering February to June 1983
Box Folder
8 1
30265-30352
March 1983
8 2
30489-30624
March – April 1983
8 3
30629-30744
April 1983
8 4
30745-30772
March 1983
8 5
30773-30782
March – April 1983
8 6
30784-30855
March – April 1983
8 7
30890-30953
March – April 1983
8 8
31081-31176
April 1983
8 9
31177-31268
March 1983
8 10
31275-31358
March – April 1983
8 11
31359-31408
February – April 1983
8 12
31410-31439
February – April 1983
8 13
31442-31459
September 1982 – February 1983
8 14
31460-31480
May 1982 – January 1983
8 15
31481-31666
March – April 1983
8 16
31674-31924
March – April 1983
8 17
31927-31996
April – May 1983
8 18
32003-32030
May 1983
8 19
32037-32086
May 1983
8 20
32090-32213
May 1983
8 21
32215-32344
May 1983
8 22
32361-32513
May 1983
8 23
32655-32696
May 1983
8 24
32697-32727
June 1983
8 25
32818-32885
May – June 1983
9
Series II, Box 9: General Correspondence
Items 32886-35360
roughly covering January 1981 to July 1983
Box Folder
9 1
32886-32932
June 1983
9 2
32933-33016
June 1983
9 3
33063-33255
June – July 1983
9 4
33270-33306
May – June 1983
9 5
33307-33387
May – June 1983
9 6
33421-33450
June – July 1983
9 7
33451-33508
June 1983
9 8
33705-33748
June – July 1983
9 9
34112-34162
July 1983
9 10
34164-34188
March – July 1983
9 11
34799-34838
February – November 1982
9 12
34806-34847
August 1981 – July 1982
9 13
34294-34356
July 1983
9 14
34601-34660
February 1982 – July 1983
9 15
34734-34788
July 1983
9 16
34790-34894
January 1982 – July 1983
9 17
34981-35036
June – July 1983
9 18
35037-35155
March – October 1982
9 19
35163-35197
July 1983
9 20
35224-35282
November 1981 – July 1982
9 21
35285-35300
January 1981 – July 1982
9 22
35302-35336
December 1981 – September 1982
9 23
35339-35360
April – September 1982
10
Series II, Box 10: General Correspondence
Items 35365-40187
roughly covering May to December 1983
Box Folder
10 1
35365-35394
July – August 1983
10 2
35395-35406 and multiple unnumbered
May – July 1983
10 3
35413-35494
August 1983
10 4
35702-35794
August 1983
10 5
35796-35895
August 1983
10 6
36008-36143
August – September 1983
10 7
36332-37069
September 1983
10 8
37101-37198
September – October 1983
10 9
37224-37275
August – September 1983
10 10
37277-37352
September – November 1983
10 11
37370-37448
August – October 1983
10 12
37450-37531
October 1983
10 13
37532-37645
August – October 1983
10 14
37649-37744
August – September 1983
10 15
38934-39019
November 1983
10 16
39034-39153
November 1983
10 17
39155-39344
April – December 1983
10 18
39510-39645
November 1983
10 19
39648-39689
December 1983
10 20
39690-39809
October – December 1983
10 21
39842-39855
April – October 1983
10 22
39856-39869
August 1983
10 23
39871-40044
October – December 1983
10 24
40048-40187
November – December 1983
11
Series II, Box 11: General Correspondence
Items 40203-43562
roughly covering April 1983 to March 1984
Box Folder
11 1
40203-40286
November – December 1983
11 2
40287-40325
August – December 1983
11 3
40326-40362
April – November 1983
11 4
40363-40379
January – December 1983
11 5
40380-40386
February 1982 – May 1983
11 6
40387-40468
April 1983 – January 1984
11 7
40471-40507
December 1983 – January 1984
11 8
40510-40521
October 1983 – January 1984
11 9
40567-40622
December 1983 – January 1984
11 10
40623-40664
December 1983 – January 1984
11 11
40669-40700
November 1983 – January 1984
11 12
40758-40793
October 1983 – January 1984
11 13
40795-40896
January 1984
11 14
40914-40964
January 1984
11 15
40967-41128
January 1984
11 16
41160-41219
January – February 1984
11 17
41223-41265
January – February 1984
11 18
41289-41320
February 1984
11 19
41342-41383
February 1984
11 20
41523-41623
February 1984
11 21
41626-41855
February 1984
11 22
42228-42284
February – March 1984
11 23
42285-42371
February – March 1984
11 24
42372-42524
December 1983 – February 1984
11 25
42529-42547
January 1984
11 26
42548-42588
December 1983 – January 1984
11 27
42591-42641
February – March 1984
11 28
42646-42658
August 1983 – January 1984
11 29
42662-42710
March 1984
11 30
42734-42794
March 1984
11 31
42900-42974
March 1984
11 32
42975-43411
February – March 1984
11 33
43479-43531
January – March 1984
11 34
43532-43550
September 1983 – March 1984
11 35
43551-43562
November 1983 – March 1984
12
Series II, Box 12: General Correspondence
Items 43567-48098
roughly covering February to August 1984
Box Folder
12 1
43567-43669
February – March 1984
12 2
43679-43745
February – April 1984
12 3
43747-43891
February – April 1984
12 4
43905-43955
April 1984
12 5
43958-44028
March – April 1984
12 6
44088-44131
March 1981 – April 1984
12 7
44132-44181
March – April 1984
12 8
44184-44292
April 1983 – April 1984
12 9
44307-44343
March 1982 – April 1984
12 10
44745-44922
April 1984
12 11
44923-45341
April 1984
12 12
40758-40793
October 1983 – January 1984
12 13
45526-45754
May 1984
12 14
45824-46290
May 1984
12 15
46291-46362
June 1984
12 16
46494-46532
April – May 1984
12 17
46536-46585
May – June 1984
12 18
46587-46642
May 1984
12 19
46660-46753
May – June 1984
12 20
46757-46864
May – June 1984
12 21
46867-46906
May – July 1984
12 22
46911-46987
July 1984
12 23
47014-47059
July 1984
12 24
47067-47131
May – July 1984
12 25
47141-47195
July 1984
12 26
47223-47303
June – August 1984
12 27
47410-47480
May – July 1984
12 28
47481-47547
June – August 1984
12 29
47550-47596
August 1984
12 30
47601-47989
August 1984
12 31
47991-47998
May 1984
12 32
48012-48055
May 1984
12 33
48056-48098
April – May 1984
13
Series II, Box 13: General Correspondence
Items 48100-67349
roughly covering April 1984 to May 1985
Box Folder
13 1
48100-48128
April – July 1984
13 2
49389-49436
May – November 1984
13 3
49550-49645
November 1984
13 4
49651-49700
October – November 1984
13 5
49701-49774
September – November 1984
13 6
49775-49791
April – November 1984
13 7
49793-49896
November – December 1984
13 8
49875-49970
December 1984
13 9
49971-50006
December 1984 – January 1985
13 10
50009-50100
January – February 1985
13 11
50109-50140
January – February 1985
13 12
50141-50180
January 1985
13 13
50347-50565
August 1984 – January 1985
13 14
50567-50600
February – March 1985
13 15
50605-50724
March 1985
13 16
50773-50841
January – April 1985
13 17
50842-50876
February 1985
13 18
50877-50915
February – March 1985
13 19
50917-60047
April 1985
13 20
60056-60101
April 1985
13 21
60108-60263
April 1985
13 22
60201-60287
February – April 1985
13 23
60295-60346
February – May 1985
13 24
60359-60377
February – April 1985
13 25
60392-60395
February – March 1985
13 26
60396-60438
March – April 1985
13 27
60440-60524
April – May 1985
13 28
62585-67057
May 1985
13 29
67157-67200
February – May 1985
13 30
67201-67262
February – May 1985
13 31
67267-67285
May 1985
13 32
67286-67299
April – May 1985
13 33
67300-67349
September 1984 – April 1985
14
Series II, Box 14: General Correspondence
Items 67350-68860
roughly covering February to September 1985
Box Folder
14 1
67350-67387
February 1985
14 2
67390-67449
February – May 1985
14 3
67450-67500
December 1984 – May 1985
14 4
67501-67570
April – May 1985
14 5
67582-67718
April – June 1985
14 6
67720-67742
May – June 1985
14 7
67749-67800
March – June 1985
14 8
67746-67849
May – June 1985
14 9
67851-67891
April – June 1985
14 10
67968-67982
May – June 1985
14 11
67985-68014
June 1985
14 12
68024-68041
June 1985
14 13
68045-68081
June 1985
14 14
68096-68125
June 1985
14 15
68130-68182
July 1985
14 16
68143-68217
June – July 1985
14 17
68222-68242
June – July 1985
14 18
68249-68273
July 1985
14 19
68285-68330
July 1985
14 20
68342-68374
July 1985
14 21
68382-68423
July 1985
14 22
68429-68464
July – August 1985
14 23
68469-68489
August 1985
14 24
68558-68646
August 1985
14 25
68503-68650
July – August 1985
14 26
68652-68714
September 1985
14 27
68820-68860
August – September 1985
15
Series II, Box 15: General Correspondence
Items 68866-71181
roughly covering September 1985 to April 1986
Box Folder
15 1
68866-68876
September 1985
15 2
68887-68962
September 1985
15 3
68965-69041
October 1985
15 4
69044-69065
October 1985
15 5
69080-69103
October 1985
15 6
69116-69159
October 1985
15 7
69227-69283
October 1985
15 8
69294-69408
October – November 1985
15 9
69414-69509
September – November 1985
15 10
69512-69596
October – November 1985
15 11
69603-69666
January – February 1985
15 12
69667-69713
October – November 1985
15 13
69727-69779
November – December 1985
15 14
69782-69823
December 1985
15 15
69825-69989
December 1985
15 16
69991-70020
December 1985
15 17
70021-70075
December 1985
15 18
70090-70154
January 1986
15 19
70161-70229
October 1985 – February 1986
15 20
70242-70283
November 1985 – February 1986
15 21
70299-70329
February 1986
15 22
70331-70429
February 1986
15 23
70431-70459
February 1986
15 24
70473-70522
February 1986
15 25
70524-70542
February 1986
15 26
70551-70603
March 1986
15 27
70605-70669
March 1986
15 28
70672-70704
March 1986
15 29
70705-70820
March 1986
15 30
70827-70954
March 1986
15 31
70959-70995
February – March 1986
15 32
71010-71106
March – April 1986
15 33
71107-71181
April 1986
16
Series II, Box 16: General Correspondence
Items 71186-72467
roughly covering March – August 1986
Box Folder
16 1
71186-71204
March – April 1986
16 2
71209-71231
April – May 1986
16 3
71234-71246
April 1986
16 4
71248-71263
March – April 1986
16 5
71264-71322
April 1986
16 6
71325-71360
April 1986
16 7
71366-71401
April 1986
16 8
71381-71440
April – May 1986
16 9
71423-71467
March – May 1986
16 10
71461-71498
May 1986
16 11
71500-71520
February – March 1986
16 12
71523-71539
May 1986
16 13
71549-71655
May 1986
16 14
71673-71699
May – June 1986
16 15
71700-71743
May 1986
16 16
71762-71792
June 1986
16 17
71798-71820
June – July 1986
16 18
71823-71855
May 1986
16 19
71858-71907
June 1986
16 20
71890-71917
June 1986
16 21
71918-71944
June 1986
16 22
71945-71967
June 1986
16 23
71969-72013
June 1986
16 24
72014-72041
June 1986
16 25
72043-72070
June – July 1986
16 26
72078-72133
July 1986
16 27
72134-72166
July 1986
16 28
70419-72219
July 1986
16 29
72431-72467
July – August 1986
17
Series II, Box 17: General Correspondence
Items 72469-75138
roughly covering August 1986 – July 1987
Box Folder
17 1
72469-72510
August 1986
17 2
72512-72568
August 1986
17 3
72572-72605
August 1986
17 4
72609-72800
August 1986
17 5
72996-73267
September 1986
17 6
73272-73388
September – October 1986
17 7
73438-73490
October 1986
17 8
73500-73541
October 1986
17 9
73560-73659
October – November 1986
17 10
73693-73746
September – November 1986
17 11
73750-73877
September – November 1986
17 12
73880-73924
November – December 1986
17 13
73930-74059
December 1986 – January 1987
17 14
74095-74131
February 1987
17 15
74128-74181
February 1987
17 16
74182-74241
February 1987
17 17
74247-74245
February – March 1987
17 18
74293-74409
March 1987
17 19
74410-74471
March 1987
17 20
74477-74535
April 1987
17 21
74549-74599
April 1987
17 22
74603-74767
April 1987
17 23
74781-74821
April – May 1987
17 24
74831-74878
May 1987
17 25
74886-74995
June 1987
17 26
74996-75049
June 1987
17 27
75050-75089
June 1987
17 28
75091-75138
July 1987
18
Series II, Box 18: General Correspondence
Items 75140-76797
roughly covering July 1987 – May 1988
Box Folder
18 1
75140-75208
July 1987
18 2
75211-75269
July 1987
18 3
75273-75312
July – August 1987
18 4
75314-75445
August – September 1987
18 5
75447-75482
September 1987
18 6
75484-75508
September 1987
18 7
75510-75540
September 1987
18 8
75548-75611
September – October 1987
18 9
75619-75684
October 1987
18 10
75689-75821
October – November 1987
18 11
75829-75918
November 1987
18 12
75923-75984
November – December 1987
18 13
75993-76054
December 1987 – January 1988
18 14
76059-76142
January 1988
18 15
76144-76221
January 1988
18 16
76226-76253
February 1988
18 17
76254-76288
February 1988
18 18
76289-76343
February 1988
18 19
76352-76418
March 1988
18 20
76428-76448
March 1988
18 21
76458-76472
March – April 1988
18 22
76476-74523
April 1988
18 23
76528-76632
April 1988
18 24
76633-76694
May 1988
18 25
76696-76797
April – May 1988
19
Series II, Box 19: General Correspondence
Items 76800-78219
roughly covering May 1988 – February 1989
Box Folder
19 1
76800-76848
May 1988
19 2
76849-76905
May 1988
19 3
76906-76952
June 1988
19 4
76967-77038
May – June 1988
19 5
77042-77097
July 1988
19 6
77103-77212
July 1988
19 7
77234-77264
August 1988
19 8
77253-77337
August – September 1988
19 9
77349-77390
September 1988
19 10
77391-77409
September 1988
19 11
77415-77461
September 1988
19 12
77479-77494
September – October 1988
19 13
77495-77698
October 1988
19 14
77700-77774
October – November 1988
19 15
77775-77812
November 1988
19 16
77814-77865
November – December 1988
19 17
77866-77924
December 1988
19 18
77934-77956
April – December 1988
19 19
77967-78046
January 1989
19 20
78051-78083
February 1989
19 21
78086-78114
February 1989
19 22
78115-78132
February 1989
19 23
78133-78172
February 1989
19 24
78181-78219
February 1989
20
Series II, Box 20: General Correspondence
Items 78220-79730
roughly covering February – October 1989
Box Folder
20 1
78220-78252
February 1989
20 2
78258-78292
March 1989
20 3
78293-78330
March 1989
20 4
78337-78383
March 1989
20 5
78384-78412
March 1989
20 6
78454-78488
March 1989
20 7
78490-78530
March – April 1989
20 8
78536-78560
April 1989
20 9
78577-78637
April 1989
20 10
78641-78703
April 1989
20 11
78707-78738
May 1989
20 12
78741-78784
May 1989
20 13
78838-78893
May – June 1989
20 14
78894-78954
April – June 1989
20 15
78961-79016
June 1989
20 16
79033-79075
June – July 1989
20 17
79076-79130
July 1989
20 18
79133-79159
July 1989
20 19
79160-79195
July 1989
20 20
79206-79255
July 1989
20 21
79274-79324
August 1989
20 22
79327-79358
August 1989
20 23
79383-79439
August 1989
20 24
79440-79487
September 1989
20 25
79558-79615
September 1989
20 26
79616-79658
September 1989
20 27
79664-79694
September 1989
20 28
79695-79730
September – October 1989
21
Series II, Box 21: General Correspondence
Items 79733-81415
roughly covering October 1989 – April 1990
Box Folder
21 1
79733-79770
October 1989
21 2
79776-79824
October 1989
21 3
79837-79899
October – November 1989
21 4
79900-79954
November 1989
21 5
79956-79998
November 1989
21 6
80005-80065
November – December 1989
21 7
80066-80090
December 1989
21 8
80091-80147
December 1989
21 9
80150-80179
December 1989
21 10
80354-80407
April 1988 – July 1989
21 11
80601-80642
January 1990
21 12
80644-80728
January 1990
21 13
80735-80786
February 1990
21 14
80807-80848
February 1990
21 15
80851-80887
February 1990
21 16
80890-80950
February – March 1990
21 17
80951-80982
March 1990
21 18
80987-81065
March 1990
21 19
81066-81140
March 1990
21 20
81143-81214
March 1990
21 21
81216-81269
March 1990
21 22
81272-81328
March – April 1990
21 23
81330-81415
April 1990
22
Series II, Box 22: General Correspondence
Items 81416-82566
roughly covering April – August 1990
Box Folder
22 1
81416-81460
April 1990
22 2
81461-81506
April 1990
22 3
81511-81576
April 1990
22 4
81577-81640
May 1990
22 5
81642-81684
May 1990
22 6
81688-81729
May 1990
22 7
81732-81790
May 1990
22 8
81793-81908
May – June 1990
22 9
81911-81977
June 1990
22 10
81983-82039
June 1990
22 11
82041-82070
June 1990
22 12
82071-82135
June 1990
22 13
82138-82196
July 1990
22 14
82197-82244
July 1990
22 15
82245-82296
July 1990
22 16
82364-82411
July 1990
22 17
82412-82476
July 1990
22 18
82475-82566
July – August 1990
23
Series II, Box 23: General Correspondence
Items 82569-83815
roughly covering August – December 1990
Box Folder
23 1
82569-82635
August 1990
23 2
82637-82670
August 1990
23 3
82684-82729
August 1990
23 4
82731-82802
August 1990
23 5
82806-82844
September 1990
23 6
82847-82920
September 1990
23 7
82921-82996
September 1990
23 8
82999-83059
September 1990
23 9
83065-83109
September – October 1990
23 10
83111-83164
October 1990
23 11
83178-83222
October 1990
23 12
83226-83290
October 1990
23 13
83294-83364
October – November 1990
23 14
83377-83420
October – November 1990
23 15
83432-83524
November 1990
23 16
83526-83591
November 1990
23 17
83592-83670
November – December 1990
23 18
83671-83709
December 1990
23 19
83710-83749
December 1990
23 20
83764-83815
December 1990
24
Series II, Box 24: General Correspondence
Items 83816-85099
roughly covering December 1990 – April 1991
Box Folder
24 1
83816-83898
December 1990 – January 1991
24 2
83900-83957
January 1991
24 3
83960-84006
January 1991
24 4
84007-84070
January – February 1991
24 5
84073-84140
February 1991
24 6
84143-84178
February 1991
24 7
84179-84225
February 1991
24 8
84229-84269
February 1991
24 9
84271-84343
March 1991
24 10
84345-84377
March 1991
24 11
84380-84414
March 1991
24 12
84423-84481
March 1991
24 13
84482-84565
March 1991
24 14
84566-84767
March 1991
24 15
84787-84847
March 1991
24 16
84851-84885
March – April 1991
24 17
84885-84949
April 1991
24 18
84951-84988
April 1991
24 19
84992-85050
April 1991
24 20
85051-85099
April 1991
25
Series II, Box 25: General Correspondence
Items 85100-86358
roughly covering April – July 1991
Box Folder
25 1
85100-85143
April 1991
25 2
85146-84190
April 1991
25 3
85191-85739
April 1991
25 4
85241-85277
April 1991
25 5
85281-85322
April 1991
25 6
85323-85419
April – May 1991
25 7
85421-85499
May 1991
25 8
85506-85596
May 1991
25 9
85609-85659
May 1991
25 10
85661-85710
May 1991
25 11
85711-85750
May – June 1991
25 12
85764-85840
June 1991
25 13
85841-85894
June 1991
25 14
85897-85989
June 1991
25 15
85992-86022
June 1991
25 16
86026-86076
July 1991
25 17
86078-86132
July 1991
25 18
86139-86190
July 1991
25 19
86192-86249
July 1991
25 20
86257-86358
July 1991
26
Series II, Box 26: General Correspondence
Items 86362-87570
roughly covering July – November 1991
Box Folder
26 1
86362-86450
July 1991
26 2
86452-86510
August 1991
26 3
86512-86568
August 1991
26 4
86570-86629
August 1991
26 5
86636-86705
August – September 1991
26 6
86706-86789
September 1991
26 7
86791-86843
September 1991
26 8
86858-86957
September 1991
26 9
86958-86994
September – October 1991
26 10
86999-87045
October 1991
26 11
87046-84095
October 1991
26 12
87097-87140
October 1991
26 13
87143-87211
October 1991
26 14
87215-87236
October 1991
26 15
87270-87335
October – November 1991
26 16
87336-87400
November 1991
26 17
87401-87452
November 1991
26 18
87456-87505
November 1991
26 19
87507-87544
November 1991
26 20
87458-87570
November 1991
27
Series II, Box 27: General Correspondence
Items 87572-88638
roughly covering December 1991 – March 1992
Box Folder
27 1
87572-87689
December 1991
27 2
87692-87750
December 1991 – January 1992
27 3
87758-87829
January 1992
27 4
87834-87886
January 1992
27 5
87892-87975
January 1992
27 6
87976-88045
January – February 1992
27 7
88050-89099
February 1992
27 8
88101-88165
February 1992
27 9
88170-88235
February 1992
27 10
88236-88268
February 1992
27 11
88270-88313
March 1992
27 12
88315-88357
March 1992
27 13
88363-88389
March 1992
27 14
88392-88418
March 1992
27 15
88421-88457
March 1992
27 16
88461-88504
March 1992
27 17
88506-88555
March 1992
27 18
88556-88575
March 1992
27 19
88576-88638
March 1992
28
Series II, Box 28: General Correspondence
Items 88641-89701
roughly covering April – July 1992
Box Folder
28 1
88641-88688
April 1992
28 2
88698-88754
April 1992
28 3
88756-88790
April 1992
28 4
88794-88845
April 1992
28 5
88850-88880
April 1992
28 6
88881-88921
April 1992
28 7
88924-88961
April 1992
28 8
88966-89050
April 1992
28 9
89058-89118
May 1992
28 10
89124-89180
May 1992
28 11
89181-89252
May 1992
28 12
89256-89335
May 1992
28 13
89336-89388
May – June 1992
28 14
89393-89430
June 1992
28 15
89431-89500
June 1992
28 16
89510-89582
June 1992
28 17
89587-89606
June 1992
28 18
89611-89631
June – July 1992
28 19
89635-89681
July 1992
28 20
89677-89701
July 1992
29
Series II, Box 29: General Correspondence
Items 89702-90753
roughly covering July – October 1992
Box Folder
29 1
89702-89760
July 1992
29 2
89762-89807
July 1992
29 3
89812-89866
July 1992
29 4
89875-89952
July 1992
29 5
89956-90025
July – August 1992
29 6
90028-90097
August 1992
29 7
90100-90171
August 1992
29 8
90186-90271
August 1992
29 9
90274-90322
September 1992
29 10
90326-90389
September 1992
29 11
90392-90453
September 1992
29 12
90458-90492
September – October 1992
29 13
90498-90548
October 1992
29 14
90550-90612
October 1992
29 15
90616-90653
October 1992
29 16
90651-90693
October 1992
29 17
90703-90753
October 1992
30
Series II, Box 30: General Correspondence
Items 90756-91568
roughly covering January 1992 – March 1993
Box Folder
30 1
90756-90792
October 1992
30 2
90797-90859
January – November 1992
30 3
90860-90888
July – November 1992
30 4
90891-90920
November 1992
30 5
90921-90973
November – December 1992
30 6
90980-91015
January 1993
30 7
91017-91078
January 1993
30 8
91082-91132
January 1993
30 9
91133-91179
January 1993
30 10
91195-91217
February 1993
30 11
91218-91256
February 1993
30 12
91259-91307
February 1993
30 13
91310-91343
February 1993
30 14
91345-91419
February – March 1993
30 15
91420-91477
March 1993
30 16
91478-91516
March 1993
30 17
91521-91568
March 1993
31
Series II, Box 31: General Correspondence
Items 91559-92429
roughly covering March – May 1993
Box Folder
31 1
91559-91581
March 1993
31 2
91588-91617
March 1993
31 3
91618-91681
March – April 1993
31 4
91683-91704
April 1993
31 5
91715-91769
April 1993
31 6
91771-91812
April 1993
31 7
91813-91883
April 1993
31 8
91884-91936
April 1993
31 9
91945-91996
April 1993
31 10
91998-92038
April 1993
31 11
92040-92069
April 1993
31 12
92071-92099
April 1993
31 13
92107-92156
April 1993
31 14
92166-92275
May 1993
31 15
92277-92331
May 1993
31 16
92333-92400
May 1993
31 17
92402-92429
May 1993
32
Series II, Box 32: General Correspondence
Items 92480-928562
roughly covering May – July 1993
Box Folder
32 1
92480-92552
May 1993
32 2
92563-92578
May 1993
32 3
92580-92627
May – June 1993
32 4
92631-92684
June 1993
32 5
92686-92718
May – June 1993
32 6
92719-92755
May – June 1993
32 7
92757-928147
June 1993
32 8
92780-928194
June 1993
32 9
928198-928216
April 1993
32 10
928218-928255
July 1993
32 11
928258-928300
July 1993
32 12
928322-928358
July 1993
32 13
928363-928406
July 1993
32 14
928391-928450
July 1993
32 15
92844-928482
July 1993
32 16
928486-928522
July 1993
32 17
928524-982562
July 1993
33
Series II, Box 33: General Correspondence
Items 928570-929622
roughly covering July – October 1993
Box Folder
33 1
928570-928648
July – August 1993
33 2
928649-928719
August 1993
33 3
928720-928793
August 1993
33 4
928794-928846
August 1993
33 5
928852-928915
August – September 1993
33 6
928917-928971
September 1993
33 7
928972-929015
September 1993
33 8
929018-929069
September 1993
33 9
929070-929149
September 1993
33 10
929150-929249
September 1993
33 11
929250-929305
September 1993
33 12
929308-929369
October 1993
33 13
929375-929417
October 1993
33 14
929418-929478
September – October 1993
33 15
929479-929552
October 1993
33 16
929555-929622
October 1993
34
Series II, Box 34: General Correspondence
Items 929629-930799
roughly covering October 1993 – January 1994
Box Folder
34 1
929629-929680
October 1993
34 2
929681-929748
October 1993
34 3
929751-929830
October 1993
34 4
929831-929898
November 1993
34 5
929900-929976
November 1993
34 6
929979-930042
November 1993
34 7
930048-930164
November 1993
34 8
930181-930256
November – December 1993
34 9
930267-930340
December 1993
34 10
930341-930389
December 1993
34 11
930391-930452
December 1993
34 12
930453-930478
December 1993
34 13
930479-930542
December 1993 – January 1994
34 14
930547-930598
January 1994
34 15
930601-930683
January 1994
34 16
930689-930736
January 1994
34 17
930742-930799
January 1994
35
Series II, Box 35: General Correspondence
Items 930800-932299
roughly covering January – April 1994
Box Folder
35 1
930800-930864
January – February 1994
35 2
930895-930966
February 1994
35 3
930967-931050
January – February 1994
35 4
931070-931172
February – March 1994
35 5
931178-931247
March 1994
35 6
931248-931312
February – March 1994
35 7
931313-931372
March 1994
35 8
931374-931470
March 1994
35 9
931474-931563
March 1994
35 10
931583-931689
March 1994
35 11
931723-931832
March – April 1994
35 12
931838-931920
March – April 1994
35 13
931930-931974
April 1994
35 14
931988-932063
April 1994
35 15
932065-932230
April 1994
35 16
932158-932264
April 1994
35 17
932265-932299
April 1994
36
Series II, Box 36: General Correspondence
Items 932302-933680
roughly covering April – July 1994
Box Folder
36 1
932302-932389
April 1994
36 2
932390-932476
April – May 1994
36 3
932480-932544
May 1994
36 4
932559-932660
May 1994
36 5
932663-932775
May 1994
36 6
932778-932855
May 1994
36 7
932862-932894
May 1994
36 8
932893-932980
May 1994
36 9
932987-933040
June 1994
36 10
933042-933119
June 1994
36 11
933116-933195
June 1994
36 12
933198-933326
June 1994
36 13
933330-933407
June 1994
36 14
933409-933481
June – July 1994
36 15
933483-933598
July 1994
36 16
933605-933680
July 1994
37
Series II, Box 37: General Correspondence
Items 933681-934964
roughly covering July – October 1994
Box Folder
37 1
933681-933767
July 1994
37 2
933773-933820
July 1994
37 3
933821-933869
July 1994
37 4
933871-933947
July – August 1994
37 5
933960-934033
August 1994
37 6
934036-934100
August 1994
37 7
934104-934244
August 1994
37 8
934247-934325
August 1994
37 9
934335-933769
September 1994
37 10
934405-934512
September 1994
37 11
934520-934628
September 1994
37 12
934629-934674
September 1994
37 13
934675-934777
August – October 1994
37 14
934778-934838
October 1994
37 15
934839-934964
October 1994
38
Series II, Box 38: General Correspondence
Items 934968-936173
roughly covering October 1994 – February 1995
Box Folder
38 1
934968-935032
October 1994
38 2
935040-935098
October 1994
38 3
935112-934167
November 1994
38 4
935168-935225
November 1994
38 5
935235-935346
November 1994
38 6
935347-935434
November – December 1994
38 7
935436-935523
December 1994
38 8
935526-935567
December 1994
38 9
935568-935637
December 1994 – January 1995
38 10
935643-935730
January 1995
38 11
935745-935831
December 1994 – January 1995
38 12
935836-935924
January 1995
38 13
935927-936056
January – February 1995
38 14
936059-936127
February 1995
38 15
936129-936173
February 1995
39
Series II, Box 39: General Correspondence
Items 936179-937335
roughly covering February – April 1995
Box Folder
39 1
936179-936263
February 1995
39 2
936273-936321
February 1995
39 3
936331-936425
February 1995
39 4
936429-936600
February – March 1995
39 5
936501-936578
March 1995
39 6
936579-936648
March 1995
39 7
936652-936744
March 1995
39 8
936745-936866
March 1995
39 9
936867-936942
March 1995
39 10
936943-937023
April 1995
39 11
937026-937084
April 1995
39 12
937087-937156
March – April 1995
39 13
937157-937200
April 1995
39 14
937201-937276
April 1995
39 15
937280-937335
April 1995
40
Series II, Box 40: General Correspondence
Items 937338-938100
roughly covering April – June 1995
Box Folder
40 1
937338-937391
April 1995
40 2
937396-937480
April 1995
40 3
937481-937546
April 1995
40 4
937547-937601
April – May 1995
40 5
937602-937648
May 1995
40 6
937650-937689
May 1995
40 7
937690-937743
May 1995
40 8
937744-937794
May 1995
40 9
937798-937876
May 1995
40 10
937877-937932
May 1995
40 11
937934-937979
May 1995
40 12
937981-938053
May – June 1995
40 13
938054-938100
June 1995
41
Series II, Box 41: General Correspondence
Items 938101 – 939725
roughly covering June – September 1995
Box Folder
41 1
938101 – 938166
June 1995
41 2
938169 – 938246
June 1995
41 3
938247 – 938389
June 1995
41 4
938394 – 838457
June 1995
41 5
938501 – 938592
June - July 1995
41 6
938598 – 938703
July 1995
41 7
938704 – 938782
July 1995
41 8
938782 – 938821
July 1995
41 9
938825 – 938872
July 1995
41 10
938874 – 938970
July 1995
41 11
938983 – 939049
July 1995
41 12
939202 – 939299
August 1995
41 13
939300 – 939367
August 1995
41 14
939376 – 939502
August – September 1995
41 15
939503 – 939608
September 1995
41 16
939609 – 939725
September 1995
42
Series II, Box 42: General Correspondence
Items 939726 – 2002193
roughly September 1995 – January 1996
Box Folder
42 1
939726 – 939874
September – October 1995
42 2
939875 – 939954
October 1995
42 3
939953 – 940019
October 1995
42 4
400025-9400122
October 1995
42 5
940125 – 940249
October 1995
42 6
940250 – 940396
November 1995
42 7
940398 – 940482
November 1995
42 8
940483 – 940591
November 1995
42 9
9404595 – 940653
November 1995
42 10
940654 – 940752
November 1995
42 11
2000311 – 2000784
January 1996
42 12
2000787 – 2001265
January 1996
42 13
2001269 – 2001991
January 1996
42 14
2001993 – 2002193
January 1996
43
Series II, Box 43: General Correspondence
Items 2002268 – 2011289
roughly January 1996 – April 1996
Box Folder
43 1
2002268 – 2002519
January 1996
43 2
2002522 – 2003352
January 1996 – February 1996
43 3
2003360 – 2003672
February 1996
43 4
2003675 – 2004179
February 1996
43 5
2004188 – 2004611
February 1996
43 6
2004615 – 2005093
February 1996
43 7
2005095 – 2005358
February 1996
43 8
2005360 – 2005682
February 1996
43 9
2005684 – 2006042
February 1996
43 10
2006049 – 2006243
February 1996 – March 1996
43 11
2006266 – 2006847
March 1996
43 12
2007181 – 2007799
March 1996
43 13
2007803 – 200827
March 1996 – April 1996
43 14
2009088 – 2010364
April 1996
43 15
2010367 – 2011289
April 1996
44
Series II, Box 44: General Correspondence
Items 2011298 – 2029702
roughly April 1996 – November 1996
Box Folder
44 1
2011298 – 2012344
April 1996 – May 1996
44 2
2012346 – 2014477
May 1996
44 3
2014479 – 2015782
May 1996 – June 1996
44 4
2015787 – 2016697
June 1996
44 5
2016706 – 2017627
June 1996 – July 1996
44 6
2017720 – 2022578
July 1996 – November 1996
44 7
2022591 – 2024177
August 1996 – November 1996
44 8
2024188 – 2026948
September 1996 – October 1996
44 9
2026950 – 2028325
September 1996 – October 1996
44 10
2028327 – 2029702
October 1996 – November 1996
45
Series II, Box 45: General Correspondence
Items 2029700-2038767
roughly November 1996 – August 1997
Box Folder
45 1
2029700-203838
November 1996 – January 1997
45 2
2030843-2032167
January 1997 – March 1997
45 3
2032171-2032817
March 1997 – April 1997
45 4
2032820-2033586
March 1997 – May 1997
45 5
2033629-2034994
March 1997 – September 1997
45 6
2034996-2035570
April 1997 – August 1997
45 7
2035367-2036071
April 1997 – June 1997
45 8
2036072-2036987
May 1997 – September 1997
45 9
2037014-2037853
June 1997 – September 1997
45 10
2037865-2038243
July 1997 – October 1997
45 11
2038244-2038767
July 1997 – August 1997
46
Series II, Box 46: General Correspondence
Items 2038773-2048164
roughly June 1997 – June 1998
Box Folder
46 1
2038773-2037736
June 1997 – July 1997
46 2
2037738-2039127
August 1997 – September 1997
46 3
2039128-2039955
September 1997
46 4
2040205-2040675
September 1997 – October 1997
46 5
2040677-2041526
October 1997 – December 1997
46 6
2041532 – 2041839
December 1997
46 7
2041828-2043410
January 1998
46 8
2043411-2044077
January 1998 – February 1998
46 9
2044142-2045230
February 1998
46 10
2045232-2046978
February 1998 – May 1998
46 11
2046982-2048164
May 1998 – June 1998
47
Series II, Box 47: General Correspondence
Items 2048168-2069254
roughly June 1998 – January 1999
Box Folder
47 1
2048168-2049848
June 1998 – October 1998
47 2
2049738-2053762
June 1998 – November 1998
47 3
2060402-2063139
June 1998 – August 1998
47 4
2053756-2054006
July 1998 – September 1998
47 5
2054009-2056615
September 1998
47 6
2056683-2061442
September 1998 – October 1998
47 7
2060276-2069254
September 1998 – October 1998
47 8
2061286-2063334
October 1998 – November 1998
47 9
2060758-2064562
November 1998 – December 1998
47 10
206104-2067511
December 1998 – January 1999
47 11
2065080-2065771
January 1999
47 12
2062301-2067349
January 1999
48
Series II, Box 48: General Correspondence
Items 2063182 – 2072755
January 1999 – March 1999
Box Folder
48 1
2063182-2067787
January 1999
48 2
2062426-2067952
February 1999
48 3
2067817-2069212
February 1999
48 4
2061314-2069260
February 1999
48 5
2061610-2069946
February 1999
48 6
2062215-2069948
March 1999
48 7
2065501-2071397
March 1999
48 8
2066619-2071216
March 1999
48 9
2065482-2070954
March 1999
48 10
2065547-2070929
March 1999
48 11
2065477-2071600
March 1999
48 12
2065520-2071829
March 1999
48 13
2071830-2072357
March 1999
48 14
2069070-2072755
March 1999
49
Series II, Box 49: General Correspondence
Items 2066578 – 2080178
April 1999 – June 1999
Box Folder
49 1
2066578-2073684
April 1999
49 2
2070953-2074128
April 1999
49 3
2068000-2075239
April 1999
49 4
2070015-2075177
April 1999
49 5
2074252-2076482
April 1999 - May 1999
49 6
2072976-2075650
May 1999
49 7
2072974-2075851
May 1999
49 8
2075396-2075955
May 1999
49 9
2076274-2076587
May 1999
49 10
2069303-2077176
May 1999
49 11
2070917-2078198
May 1999
49 12
2073110-2078241
May – June 1999
49 13
2075385-2078835
June 1999
49 14
2067358-2079707
June 1999
49 15
2073727-2080178
June 1999
50
Series II, Box 50: General Correspondence
Items 2074239 – 2092153
June – October 1999
Box Folder
50 1
2075358-2080454
June 1999
50 2
2078242-2081312
June 1999
50 3
2077173-2081752
July 1999
50 4
2074239-2082126
July 1999
50 5
2075298-2083266
July 1999
50 6
2080169-2085992
August 1999
50 7
2083067-2087481
August 1999
50 8
2083100-2087045
August – September 1999
50 9
2078718-2088860
September 1999
50 10
2079343-2090400
September – October 1999
50 11
2081315-2091410
October 1999
50 12
2086927-2091765
October 1999
50 13
2071632-2092153
October 1999
51
Series II, Box 51: General Correspondence
Items 2066578 – 2080178
April 1999 – June 1999
Box Folder
51 1
2084601-2092422
November 1999
51 2
2088470-2092905
November 1999
51 3
2088472-2093410
November 1999
51 4
2090664-2094543
November 1999
51 5
2091322-2096189
December 1999
51 6
2090045-2095069
December 1999
51 7
2091072-2097131
January 2000
51 8
2092908-2096373
January 2000
51 9
2094068-2096916
January 2000
51 10
2096499-2097940
January 2000
51 11
2094435-2097197
February 2000
51 12
2094429-2097702
February 2000
51 13
2094063-2097963
February 2000
51 14
2094430-2098119
February 2000
51 15
2098120-2098497
February 2000
52
Series II, Box 52: General Correspondence
Items 2090047 – 2112703
March 2000 – June 2000
Box Folder
52 1
2094801-2099528
March 2000
52 2
2095866-2100012
March 2000
52 3
2098278-2100526
March 2000
52 4
2094884-2100525
March 2000
52 5
2097629-2101834
March 2000
52 6
2098259-2101725
April 2000
52 7
2098276-21016625
April 2000
52 8
2096882-2101870
April 2000
52 9
2098126-2103497
April 2000
52 10
2098820-2102388
May 2000
52 11
2090047-2104291
May 2000
52 12
2101675-2106798
May 2000
52 13
2102485-2107393
May 2000
52 14
2100645-2107394
June 2000
52 15
2097115-2109280
June 2000
52 16
2099843-2111390
June 2000
52 17
2108239-2112703
June 2000
53
Series II, Box 53: General Correspondence
Items 2097084 – 2125619
July 2000 – January 2001
Box Folder
53 1
2097084-2113049
July 2000
53 2
2102862-2113426
July 2000
53 3
2101008-2113565
July 2000
53 4
2106797-2113968
July 2000
53 5
2098258-2115619
August 2000
53 6
2105454-2116148
August 2000
53 7
2109108-2117946
August 2000
53 8
2113334-2120362
September 2000
53 9
2109887-2120319
September 2000
53 10
2107496-2120615
September 2000
53 11
2113878-2120671
September 2000
53 12
2113880-2120891
October 2000
53 13
2115750-2122624
October 2000
53 14
2120326-2123313
October 2000
53 15
2116132-2123319
October 2000
53 16
2119780-2125499
November 2000
53 17
2107494-2123949
November 2000
53 18
2123449-2124196
December 2000
53 19
2120677-2125447
January 2001
54
Series II, Box 54: General Correspondence
Items 2120677 – 2143268
January 2001 – September 2001
Box Folder
54 1
2120677-2125807
January 2001
54 2
2123418-2126526
February 2001
54 3
2125720-2132568
February 2001
54 4
2125715-2132384
March 2001
54 5
2125392-2132433
March 2001
54 6
2125689-2132436
March 2001
54 7
2125789-2138172
April 2001
54 8
2129852-2135935
April 2001
54 9
2131099-2133836
May 2001
54 10
2125932-2134954
May 2001
54 11
2131499-2138636
June 2001
54 12
2131496-2136435
June 2001
54 13
2132702-2138268
July 2001
54 14
2135757-2138801
July 2001
54 15
2134084-2138845
July 2001
54 16
2132911-2139255
August 2001
54 17
2137358-2140966
August 2001
54 18
2137358-2140966
August 2001
54 19
2137416-2143268
January 2001
55
Series II, Box 55: General Correspondence
Items 2138553 – 2152979
October 2001 – May 2002
Box Folder
55 1
2138556-2143498
October 2001
55 2
2138634-2144064
October 2001
55 3
2143265-2144349
November 2001
55 4
2143768-2144646
November 2001
55 5
2144355-2145868
November 2001
55 6
2143264-2145374
December 2001
55 7
2145028-2145661
December 2001
55 8
2145507-2145652
January 2002
55 9
2145626-2146803
January 2002
55 10
2146368-2147612
February 2002
55 11
2146795-2150892
March 2002
55 12
2146866-2147964
March 2002
55 13
2147553-2148582
March 2002
55 14
2147773-2149836
April 2002
55 15
2149525-2151554
April 2002
55 16
2148640-2151554
April 2002
55 17
2148836-2152852
May 2002
55 18
2150110-2152979
May 2002
55 19
2151472-2152864
May 2002
56
Series II, Box 56: General Correspondence
Items 2151477 – 2157663
June 2002 – October 2002
Box Folder
56 1
2151477-2153078
June 2002
56 2
2152577-2154170
June 2002
56 3
2151987-2154777
June 2002
56 4
2151871-2154751
July 2002
56 5
2153284-2156598
August 2002
56 6
2153478-2157485
August 2002
56 7
2155940-2157663
September 2002
56 8
2156599-2158565
October 2002
57
Series II, Box 57: General Correspondence
Form Letters
1986-2000
Box Folder
57 1
Form Letters
1981-1986
57 2
Form Letters
1987
57 3
Form Letters
1988-1990
57 4
Form Letters
1990-1991
57 5
Form Letters
1991
57 6
Form Letters
1991-1992
57 7
Form Letters
1992-1994
57 8
Form Letters
1995
57 9
Form Letters
1996
57 10
Form Letters
1996-1997
57 11
Form Letters
1997
57 12
Form Letters
1997-1998
57 13
Form Letters
1998-1999
57 14
Form Letters
1999
57 15
Form Letters
1999-2000
57 16
Form Letters
2000
58
Series II, Box 58: General Correspondence
Form Letters
2000-2002
Box Folder
58 1
Form Letters
2000
58 2
Form Letters
2000
58 3
Form Letters
2000
58 4
Form Letters
2000-2001
58 5
Form Letters
2001
58 6
Form Letters
2001
58 7
Form Letters
2002
58 8
Form Letters
2002
58 9
Form Letters
2002
58 10
Form Letters
2002
59
Series II, Box 59: General Response Letters
Abortion, Aged, Agriculture, Animals, Banking, Bankruptcy, Budget, Commerce, Communications, Community, Action Program, Congress, Crime, Defense, Economy, Education
Undated
60
Series II, Box 60: General Response Letters
Energy, Environment, Equal Rights, Federal Employees, Federal Reserve, Food and Drug Administration, Foreign Affairs, Government, Gun Control, Health, Housing, Immigration, Indian Affairs, Insurance, Interior, Judiciary, Labor
Undated
61
Series II, Box 61: General Response Letters
Labor, Legal Services Corporation, Legislation, Medicare, Military, Miscellaneous, MX Missile System, Nuclear, National Endowments, Postal Service, Regulation, Sagebrush Rebellion, Science and Technology, Scout and Student Letters, Small Business, Social Security, Social Services, State, Taxation
Undated
62
Series II, Box 62: General Response Letters
Taxation, Trade, Transportation, Veterans, Water, Welfare, Wilderness, Wrangle Islands
Undated
63
Series II, Box 63: Form Letter Templates
Undated
64
Series II, Box 64: Letters of congratulation from Nick Rahal and Dennis Hastert
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Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
Series III, Box 1: Books, Reports, and Maps
Folder
1
Military Procurement Subcommittee Hearing
Tuesday, 11 March 1997
2
House Republican Research Committee – Central America
1984
3
BRAC – Tactical Missiles
undated
4
BRAC #3
March 1993
5
BRAC #4
March 1993
6
BRAC #5
April 1993
7
Defense Base Closure and Realignments
1993
8
Department of Defense Base Closure and Realignment Report
March 1993
9
BRAC 93 Alternative Documentation Set Section I Personnel and Organization Data
1993
10
Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission Air Force Team Brief
Undated
11
Description of Analyses TAB A: Maneuver Installations
Undated
12
Description of Analyses TAB B: Major Training Areas
Undated
13
Description of Analysis TAB C: Initial Entry Training/Branch Schools
Undated
14
Description of Analysis TAB D: Professional Schools
Undated
15
Description of Analysis TAB E: Command and Control Installations
Undated
16
Description of Analysis TAB F: Depots (2 Copies); Part IV – Process Responsibilities
Undated
17
Description of Analysis TAB G: Commodity Oriented Installations
Undated
18
Description of Analysis TAB H: Production Installations
Undated
19
Description of Analysis TAB I: Proving Grounds
Undated
20
Description of Analysis TAB J: Ports
Undated
21
Description of Analysis TAB K: Medical Centers
Tuesday, 11 March 1997
22
Description of Analysis TAB L: Army National Guard
1984
23
Description of Analysis TAB M: Army Reserve
undated
24
Description of Analysis TAB N: National Capitol Region Activities
March 1993
25
Part IV Recommendations
March 1993
26
Department of Defense Reports to the Base Closure and Realignment Commission, Vol. III Dept of the Army Analyses and Recommendations
April 1993
27
Department of Defense Base Closure and Realignment Report
1993
28
Closing Military Bases: An Interim Assessment
March 1993
29
Draft House Proposal For 96 Conference (Original), Depot-Level Activities
1993
30
Department of Defense Base Closure and Realignment Report
April 1991
31
Department of Defense Privatization of Government-owned Utility Systems
Undated
32
Hearing on Depot-level Activities of the Department of Defense; Depot-Level Maintenance
13 March 1997
33
Army Privatization and Organic Versus Contract Operation of Air Force Guidance and Metrology Center (AGMC)
1997
34
Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Outsourcing and Privatization
August 1996
35
Draft Report on Policy Regarding Performance of Depot-Level Maintance and Repair for the Department of Defense
March 1996
36
Military Bases: Letters and Requests Received on Proposed Closures and Realignments
May 1995
37
Department of the Air Force Presentation to the House National Security Committee Subcommittee on Readiness, Depot-Level Maintenance Issues
1996 April 16
38
Department of the Air Force Base Questionnaire Hill AFB Utah
March 1993
39
Facility Survey and Capacity Analylsis Conducted on Hill AFB
Undated
40
Department of the Air Force Kelly Air Force Base Texas
March 1993
41
Hearing to Receive Testimony on the Privatization of Department of Defense Depot Maintenance and other Commercial Activities
1996 April 17
42
Joint Industry Statement on Defense Outsourcing and Depot
1996 April 15
43
Opening Statement of the Honorable Herbert E. Bateman, Chairman, Subcommittee on Military Readiness At the Hearing on Depot Maintenance
1996 April 16
44
Witness List Subcommittee on Military Readiness – Depot Maintenance Issues
16 April 1996
45
Readiness Subcommittee Depot Task Force Report
Undated
2
Series III, Box 2: Books, Reports, and Maps
Folder
1
Department of the Army, Cobra Reports
March 1995
2
Defense Logistics Agency Base Realignment and Closure Detailed
February 1995
3
Volume I Department of the Army Installation Narratives
March 1995
4
Volume II Department of the Army Installation Assessment (IA) Progress and Supporting Data
March 1995
5
Base Closure Final Environment Impact Statement for Ft. Douglas
May 1991
6
Evaluation of the Department of Defense Recommendations to the BRAC Commission Volume I
April 1993
7
Evaluation of the Department of Defense Recommendations to the BRAC Commission Volume II
April 1993
8
U.S. Army’s Alternative Demilitarization Technology Report for Congress
1994 April 11
9
Department of Defense Report to the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission Volume III, Department of the Army Analyses and Recommendations
1993
10
Planning Civilian Reuse of Former Military Bases
Undated
11
Civilian Reuse of Former Military Bases
Undated
12
Department of the Air Force Analyses and Recommendations (Volume II)
March 1993
13
CRS Report for Congress: Economic Adjustment Assistance to Communities and Workers Affected by Defense Cutback
1990 February 26
14
Chemical Weapons Destruction Advantages and Disadvantages of Alternatives to Incineration
March 1994
15
Chemical Weapons Storage Communities are Not Prepared to Respond to Emergencies
1993 July 16
16
AMSAA Summary Report Technical and Economic Analysis Comparing Alternative Chemical Demilitarization Technologies to the Baseline Volume I
July 1996
17
Department of Defense’s Interim Status Assessment For The Chemical Demilitarization Program
1996 April 15
18
Chemical Weapons Stability of the U.S. Stockpile
December 1994
19
Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission 1993 Report to the President
1993
20
Department of Defense: An Assessment of the External Factors Influencing Schedule and Cost Risks of the Demilitarization Program
March 2000
21
U.S. Army Program for Chemical Demilitarization Alternative Technology Program Evaluation Report
1996 September 9
22
Draft Environmental Impact Statement Remedial Actions at the Former Vitro Chemical Company Site South Salt Lake, Salt Lake County Utah
February 1983
23
Assembled Chemical Weapons Assessment Program Supplemental Report to Congress
1999 September 30
24
Assembled Chemical Weapons Assessment Program Annual Report to Congress
December 1999
25
Interim Report of the Special Counsel to the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct
1982 December 14
26
Military Bases: Reuse Plans for Selected Bases Closed in 1988 and 1991
1988 and 1991
27
Military Bases: Challenges in Identifying and Implementing Closure Recommendations
February 1995
28
Technical Report of Defense Technical Information Center
July 1983-September 1986
3
Series III, Box 3: Books, Reports, and Maps
Folder
1
Discussion Draft 28 February 1990 Introduced by Mr. Hansen to Amend Federal Water Pollution Control Act
1990 February 28
2
Habitat Conservation Plan Washington County, Utah
1992 December 9
3
Military Bases: Environmental Impact at Closing Installations
March 1995
4
Great Western Trail Summary National Trail Study
March 2000
5
Draft Comments of Atlas Corp. to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Draft Biological Opinion on the Proposed Reclamation Plan for the Atlas Uranium Mill Tailings Site in Moab, Utah
1997 June 26
6
Desert Tortoise (Mojave Population) Recovery Plan
7
Draft Habitat Conservation Plan, Washington County, Utah
1992 February 1
8
Washington County, Utah, Desert Tortoise Incidental Take Permit Application Documents
June 1995
9
Atlantic Richfield Company Rare II Information
1983 April 27
10
Washington County Habitat Conservation Plan
1993 March 10
11
R.S. 2477 The History and Management of R.S. 2477 Rights-of-way Claims on Federal and Other Lands
March 1993
12
U.S. Geological Survey – Quadrangle References Utah Wilderness Discussion Proposal and Maps
13
A Bill to Authorize an Exchange of Lands In The State of Utah at Snowbasin Ski Area
14
A Bill to Facilitate the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in the State of Utah at the Snowbasin Ski Area, to Provide for the Acquisition of Lands Within the Sterling Forest Reserve and For Other Purposes
15
Informational Document For Army Corps of Engineers 404 Permit Determination, Beaver Dam, AZ
16
Member’s Personal Voting Record 99th Congress
1985-1986 (Part I)
17
Members’ Personal Voting Record 99th Congress
1985-1986 (Part II)
18
Members’ Personal Voting Record 99th Congress
1985-1986 (Part III)
19
Jim Hansen Reports From Washington, Questionnaire and Weekly Column
Spring 1981-1985
20
Congress Liaison Handbook 102nd Congress Constituent Resource Exposition
1991 April 1
21
Rules Committee on Standards of Official Conduct
1996 September 9
22
U.S. Army Modernization Plan Vol. II, Annex F – Tactical Wheeled Vehicles
January 1993
23
Rules of the U.S. House of Representatives on Gifts and Travel
April 2000
4
Series III, Box 4: Books, Reports, and Maps
Folder
1
Background Information for Public Hearings in Utah on Proposed Nomination of Sites for a High-Level Nuclear Waste Repository
3-4 May 1983
2
U.S. Department of Energy Presentation for Public Hearings in Utah on Proposed Nomination for Site Consideration
3-4 May 1983
3
Technical Report of Defense Technical Information Center
1 April 1984-31 May 1985
4
Technical Report of Defense Technical Information Center
1 June 1985-31 March 1987
5
Technical Report of Defense Technical Informational Center
FY 1993
6
Hill Air Force Base Ogden Air Logistics Center
7
Hill AFB: Leading the Way In America’s Defense
10 April 1995
8
Welcome to Hill AFB
9
Four Decades of Space Instrumentation Research, Space and Atmospheric Research: An Overview
February 1995
10
Hill AFB Economic Impact on Utah
1994
11
Integrating Tomorrow’s Technology Today Ogden Air Logistics Center
March 1993
12
Committee on Standards of Official Conduct: Report of Counsel For the Respondent
16 January 1997
13
Committee on Standards of Official Conduct In the Matter of Rep. Newt Gingrich Report of the Committee
17 January 1997
14
MX Missile Basing
15
Report of the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Milk Inventory Management Programs
9 May 1991
16
Briefing Book on Mill Tailings Issues
1985-1986 (Part I)
17
Military Constitution Army (MCA) Project Life Sciences Test Facility
6 February 1992
18
DFS Correcting Actions for May 8-9, 2000 Stack Release Investigation Reports Recommendations
1985-1986 (Part III)
19
Informal 15-6 Investigation of the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility Common Stack Release
8-9 May 2000
20
U.S. Department of Transportation Interim Meeting of the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving (Part I)
30 November 1982
21
U.S. Department of Transportation Interim Meeting of the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving (Part II)
30 November 1982
22
Alcohol Safety Action Projects Evaluation of Operations – 1974, Volume II Detailed Analysis
1974
23
Alcohol Safety Action Projects Evaluation Methodology and Overall Program Impact Vol. 3
1980
24
Management and Evaluation Handbook for Demonstration Projects In Traffic Safety 1976
February 1977
25
By The Controller General Report To The Congress Of The United States: The Drinking Driving-Driver Problem—What Can Be Done About It?
21 February 1979
26
Alcohol Safety Program Progress: Vol. 2 State Program Progress
27
Summary of National Alcohol Safety Action Projects
10 April 1995
28
55: Judge For Yourself
29
55 MPH Speed Limit Mid-Year Report
July 1980
30
Results of National Alcohol Safety Action Projects
1994
31
Results of National Alcohol Safety Action Projects
March 1993
32
Alcohol and Safety: A Review of the State of Knowledge
1978
33
Marijuana, Other Drugs, and Their Relations to Highway Safety
February 1980
34
Report on the Development of Preliminary Breath Test Laws in the United States
June 1976
35
Evaluation of Portable Breath Test Devices For Screening Suspected Drunken Drivers by Police in Hennepin County, Minnesota
June 1974
36
Review and Analyses of ASAP Enforcement Efforts Vol. 2
August 1975
37
Visual Detection of Driving While Intoxicated: An Explanation of the DWI Detection Guide
6 February 1992
38
Federal Register/ Vol. 45, No. 178
11 September 1980
39
Youth Alcohol Safety Education Criteria Development
October 1979
40
Teacher’s Guide: You...Alcohol, and Driving
30 November 1982
41
Student’s Guide: You...Alcohol and Driving
3-4 May 1983
42
San Antonio: Alcohol Safety Action Project Analytic Study, No. 7 – Analysis of Public Information and Education
1975-1976
43
Road Research (Ch. I, II, VII, and V Only), Road Safety Campaigns: Design and Evaluation
December 1971
44
A Manual for Managing Community Alcohol Safety Education Campaigns
January 1978
45
Public Communications Training Course Ch. 3 Traffic Safety Institute
FY 1993
46
Alcohol and Highway Safety Model Plan For Public Communications
June 1980
47
Results of National Alcohol Safety Action Projects
10 April 1995
48
Executive Summary of Five Alcohol Safety Action Projects Judicial Systems
June 1978
49
DWI Law Enforcement Training Course Guide
August 1974
50
Police Management Training Factors Influencing DWI Arrests
October 1976
51
Arrest Procedures For Driving While Intoxicated
August 1980
52
The Hitch Case – Saving Ampoules For A Defendant From A Chemical Test For Alcoholic Intoxication
December 1977
53
A Summarization of Technology and Activities In the Enforcement Adjudication and Remedies of the NHSA Alcohol Program
17 January 1997
54
Breath Measurement Instrumentation in the U.S.
June 1975
55
Chapter VI: Project Evaluation/Methodological Approach
9 May 1991
56
Guidelines for Planning and Developing State and Community Alcohol Safety Programs
November 1973
57
Results of National Alcohol Safety Action Projects
6 February 1992
58
Summary of ASAP Results for Application to State and Local Programs Vol. II – ASAP Costs
August 1976
59
Summary of ASAP for Application to State and Local Programs Vol. III – Training Guide Manual
August 1976
60
Alcohol Countermeasures Illegal Per Se and Preliminary Breath
March 1980
61
Alcohol and Highway Safety Laws: A National Overview
62
Wisconsin ASAP: Alice in Wonderland Curricula, An Example of an Early ASAP Attempt to Integrate Alcohol Education Into Other Educational Area
June 1973
63
Court Intervention: Pre-Sentence Investigation Techniques for Drinking/Driving Offenses
64
Prevention X Three: Alcohol Education Models For Youth
1985-1986 (Part III)
65
An Interim Report to the Nation From the Presidential Commission on Drunk Driving
13 December 1982
66
Program Level Evaluation of ASAP Diagnosis, Referral, and Rehabilitation Efforts, Vol. I – Description of ASAP Diagnosis, Referral, and Rehabilitation Functions
September 1976
5
Series III, Box 5: Books, Reports, and Maps
Folder
1
The Effectiveness of Education and Treatment Programs for Drinking Drivers: A Decade of Evaluation
June 1980
2
Results of National Alcohol Safety Action Projects
1992 December 9
3
Mandatory Sanctions and Severe Penalties
March 1995
4
Rural Courts and Highway Safety
March 2000
5
Designing A Health/Legal System: A Manual (Ch. 3 and Case Studies Only)
August 1979
6
Series III, Box 6: BRAC Commission (Reports and Related Items)
7
Series III, Box 7: BRAC Commission (Reports and Related Items)
8
Series III, Box 8: BRAC Commission (Reports and Related Items)
9
Series III, Box 9: House of Representatives (Reports, Guest Lists, Guidelines, Committees)
10
Series III, Box 10: House of Representatives (Reports, Guest Lists, Guidelines, Committees)
11
Series III, Box 11: House Republican Conference Legislative Digest
12
Series III, Box 12: Wilderness (Reports, Grande Escalante, Snowbasin, other related items)
13
Series III, Box 13: Andalex, Wilderness (Reports, Snowbasin, General)

Series IV: Newspaper ArticlesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
Series IV, Box 1: Newspaper Articles
May 1985 – February 1987
2
Series IV, Box 2: Newspaper Articles
March 1987 – July 1988
3
Series IV, Box 3: Newspaper Articles
August 1988 – February 1992
4
Series IV, Box 4: Newspaper Articles
March 1990 – May 1991
5
Series IV, Box 5: Newspaper Articles
June 1991 – July 1992
6
Series IV, Box 6: Newspaper Articles
August 1992 – July 1993
7
Series IV, Box 7: Newspaper Articles
August 1993 – July 1994
8
Series IV, Box 8: Newspaper Articles
July 1994 – April 1995
9
Series IV, Box 9: Newspaper Articles
May 1995 – December 1995
10
Series IV, Box 10: Newspaper Articles
January 1996 – December 1996
11
Series IV, Box 11: Newspaper Articles
December 1996 – May 1997
12
Series IV, Box 12: Newspaper Articles
June 1997 – December 1997
13
Series IV, Box 13: Newspaper Articles
December 1997 – July 1998
14
Series IV, Box 14: Newspaper Articles
July 1998 – February 1999
15
Series IV, Box 15: Newspaper Articles
February 1999 – September 1999
16
Series IV, Box 16: Newspaper Articles
December 1999 – May 2000
17
Series IV, Box 17: Newspaper Articles
June 2000 – February 2001
18
Series IV, Box 18: Newspaper Articles
March 2001 – November 2001
19
Series IV, Box 19: Newspaper Articles
December 2001 – September 2002
20
Series IV, Box 20: Newspaper Articles
October 2002 – December 2002
21
Series IV, Box 21: Newspaper Articles
1981 – 1984

Series V: MediaReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
Series V, Box 1: Media
Box tape
1 1
Defense Language Institute Presentation, Utah National Guard with Governor Leavitt introduction, VHS
1994, January 26, 9:00 AM
1 2
Williams International; Title: X-Jet II, The Next Generation, VHS
undated
1 3
Mark Christensen Presents: “Friendship 7 – Right Here, Right Now.”, John Glenn’s Return to Space – October 29, 1998, VHS
undated
1 4
“The Fleecing of America”, NBC Nightly News, VHS
1997 February 12
1 5
“Problems at the U.S. Postal Service”, Good Morning America, VHS
2001 April 4
1 6
Integrated High Payoff Rocket Propulsion Technology: Phase I Boost Demonstrator, VHS
2001 April 4
1 7
Operation Support Command: OSC’s 2001 Support to the Warfighter, VHS
2001
1 8
ABC/KGO Investigative Report on US Navy Sonar Testing, VHS
undated
1 9
“Wendover Airport: Legacy of Flight, Future of Opportunity”, VHS
undated
1 10
Two photos and three cassette tapes from from Phoui Sinnorai to James Hansen (See Series I Box 62, “Phoui Sinnorai”)
undated
1 11
“Congressman Jim Hansen Questionnaire” with cassette tape sent to Jim Hansen from G.H. Larson
1982
1 12
Disk 1 through 5 of 103rd Session of Individual Letters, 3.5 inch floppy disks
1982
1 13
Watershed: A Utah Watershed Simulation and Educational Program, V. 1.2, CD
1997
1 14
“America – Repent or Parish”, J.A. Dennis, Narrated by Betty Dupuis, cassette tape
undated
1 15
“The Service Academies”, 16 mm film sent to Congressman James Hansen from U.S. House of Representatives
1983
1 16
Data tape, PO# 7100c
undated
1 17
Data tape, PO# 7100a, loaded 1/26/85
undated
1 18
Data tape, PO# 7100b
undated
2
Series V, Box 2: Media
Box tape
2 1
The Cottage Program, “It’s My Problem too”,
November 4, 1982
2 2
Congressional Report: Congress James Hansen
November 16, 1983
2 3
ASRM Funding News Clip
November 30, 1992
2 4
Aspin/Powell Air Force, Navy/Army
March 15, 1993
2 5
BRAC Hearing Economic Impact
April 12, 1993
2 6
Productivity Video (Modified), Tooele City
April 20, 1993
2 7
Productivity Video (Modified), Tooele City
April 20, 1993
2 8
Base Closures, Bureau/DLA/DISA
July 22, 1993
2 9
Base Closures, ALC, Courter Press Conference
1993
2 10
BRAC (Revised)
March 28, 1995
2 11
Defense Depot Ogden
September 14, 1995
2 12
Demo Reel, Space Dynamics Laboratory/USU Research Foundation
1995
2 13
B-2 GATS/GAM 16-Drop: Oct ’96- With General Hawley Comments
February 28, 1997
2 14
Nightline: Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument
May 15, 1997
2 15
Inspection Flight UH-60 Blackhawk, St. George, Blanding, Vernal
August 12, 1997
2 16
Mission One
August 22, 1997
2 17
F-22 Does Air Superiority Matter?
1998
2 18
Visionaries Featuring Woods Hole Oceanographic
1998
2 19
Discover Planet Ocean
1998
2 20
Counter Drug Video
June 10, 1999
2 21
1Ft-3
October 2, 1999
2 22
Counter Drug Conference
2000
2 23
“Tax Break for Organ Donors/Rep." Jim Hansen
April 15-17, 2000
2 24
American Investigator: Trading With the Enemy, How the Clinton Administration Armed China
2000
2 25
Light the Fire Within
February 2001
2 26
“Science For the Earth” Climate Change: Unsettling Science
May 21, 2001
2 27
Coal: The American Story
June 2001
2 28
Josh Bernstein, Boulder Outdoor Survival School
Undated
2 29
Labor on Energy
Undated
2 30
Living with fire
Undated
2 31
National Commission against Drunk Driving 20th Anniversary
Undated
2 32
Safely Destroying America’s Chemical Weapons
Undated
2 33
Tooele Army Depot
Undated
2 34
Tooele Army Depot
Undated
2 35
The New Rangeland Compact
Undated
2 36
Western Ranching Culture in Crisis
Undated
2 37
"Why the Sale of SVG Co. is Bad for the United States
Undated
2 38
Spares
Undated
2 39
Depot Caucus, Closing Bases
Undated
2 40
Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission
Undated

Series VI: Committee on ResourcesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
1 1
NWI Lawsuit Status
2001
1 2
Report Review Committee
2002
1 3
American Israel Public Affairs Committee- 2002 Action Agenda
2002
1 4
President's Overall Budget Plan
2002-2012
1 5
Hansen's Subcommittee Chairmanship on the House Resources Committee Appointment
2000-2001
1 6
Alleged "Congressional Bloodshed" on John Stokes' Z-600
2001
1 7
Correspondence with John Stokes, Owner of Z-600 The Edge
2001
1 8
Correspondence with President George W. Bush Regarding Policies, Agencies, and Regulations
2000
1 9
The Denali Commission Act
2003
1 10
House Republicans Steering Committee List, Letters, and Maps
2002
1 11
House Standing Committee Chairs: Rules Governing Selection Procedures
2002
1 12
Office of Inspector General- US Department of the Interior: Semiannual Report
2002 October
1 13
Jimmy Duncan- Steering Committee Presentation: Making the Committee Chairmanship All It Can Be to Expand the Majority
undated
1 14
Alfers and Carver, LLC- Comparison of Bumpers NSR to Net Proceeds Royalty
1999 May
1 15
Brian Stempeck- Utah's Dispute with Feds over Great Salt Lake Nearly Settled
2002
1 16
Office of the Solicitor: Solicitor's Manual
2001
1 17
Anti-Lobbying Act- Correspondence
1995
1 18
Correspondence- Interior Related Projects
2002
1 19
Master Calendar JVH Bills
2002 February
1 20
Recommendations to the Secretary for Implementing Law Enforcement Reforms
2002 July
1 21
Congressional Record- Senate
1993 September 15
1 22
Institute for State Studies- Information Packet
undated
1 23
Office of Native American and Insular Affairs
2001-2002
1 24
Indian Trust Fund Accounts
2002
1 25
National Republican Congressional Committee: Native American Leadership Forum
2002
1 26
Parry, Romani, DeConcini and Symms: A Legislative Consulting Company- Background on Mohawk Saint Regis Tribe
2002
1 27
Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers- Advanced Technology Vehicles Take to the Road
undated
1 28
Auto Industry And Regulation: Burden or Benefit
c.2000
1 29
2001 Reimbursable Law Enforcement Agreement
2001
1 30
Principal Criminal Laws and Regulations Enforced by the BLM
2000 June
1 31
A Guide to Bureau of Land Management Law Enforcement for State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies
1999 June
2 1
Assessment of Department of the Interior's Law Enforcement Activities
2002
2 2
CRS Report for Congress- Impoundment and Sale of Cattle Trespassing on Federal Public Lands
2001 August
2 3
Crime by County in Utah- 2000
2002
2 4
Paul B. Smyth- Federal Law Enforcement on Public Lands: Reality or Mirage
undated
2 5
Correspondence on A Department of the Interior Law Enforcement Clarification Act of 2001
2001 October
2 6
Bureau of Land Management Law Enforcement Program: Budgets and Numbers of Agents and Rangers
2001 April
2 7
Western States Sheriff's Association to Secretary Norton on Law Enforcement on Public Lands and Related Letters
2001
2 8
BLM "Off-Highway Vehicle" Rules
2000
2 9
BLM Extends Comment Period for Proposed Law Enforcement Regulations
1996-1997
2 10
Summary of the American Bar Association's Report on the Federalization of Criminal Law
1999 April
2 11
Garfield County- BLM Modification of Assistance Agreement
2001
2 12
Committee on Resources Position Description of Legislative Director
undated
2 13
US Army Corps of Engineer Issues
2002
2 14
Committee on Resources- Organizational Meeting
2001 February
2 15
Parliamentary Process Training Seminar
undated
2 16
4 Items for Discussion
2001 June
2 17
Miscellaneous Bills and Acts
undated
2 18
Handwritten Notes Including Q&A on Major Issues
undated
2 19
104th Congress- Public Law 104-208
1996 September
2 20
105th Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 154-155
1998 December
3 1
106th Congressional Record Vol. 145, No. 1-7
1999 January
3 2
106th Congressional Record Vol. 145, No. 8-9
1999 January
3 3
106th Congressional Record Vol. 145, No. 10-16
1999 January
3 4
106th Congressional Record Vol. 145, No. 20-26
1999 February
3 5
Committee on Resources- 107th Congress: Pictorial Directory
2001
3 6
Conference Rules 107th Congress
undated
4 1
107th Congressional Record Vol. 148, No. 126
2002 October
4 2
107th Congressional Record Vol. 147, No. 87
2001 June
4 3
107th Congress- House Outlook
2001 June
4 4
107th Congress Roll Call numbers US House of Representatives
2001 June
4 5
107th Congress- Priority Legislation, Status of Subcommittee Bills for Action, and Other Projects
2002
4 6
107th Congress- House of Representatives Legislative Calendar: Committee on Resources
2001-2002
4 7
107th Congress- House of Representatives Legislative Calendar: Committee on Resources
2001-2002
4 8
107th Congress Laws, Rules, and Standards of Conduct on Campaign Activity
2001
4 9
107th Congress Members' Guide to Sr. House Leadership Staff, Committee Staff, and Floor Staff
2001
4 10
Committee on House Administration 107th Congress
2000
4 11
Committee on Resources- Employee Handbook 107th Congress
2001
4 12
Committee on Resources- Clerk Manual 107th Congress
2001
4 13
Committee on Resources 107th Congress- Oversight Plan
2001
4 14
Historical Information of the Committee on Resources and Its Predecessors Committees 1807-2002
2002
5 1
Appropriations Requests for FY 1997 and FY 1998
1997-1998
5 2
Cedar City Utah Interagency Office Concept Paper
1998
5 3
Proposed Sections for Appropriations Act
1998
5 4
Appropriations Requests for FY 1999
1998-1999
5 5
Utah State University- Appropriations Requests
2001
5 6
Appropriations Requests for FY 2000
1999
5 7
A Bill to Make Appropriations for Energy and Water Development
2001 June
5 8
High Uinta Appropriations Request
2002
5 9
Interior Appropriations Bill for Fiscal Year 2000 and 2003: Correspondence and Requests
2002
5 10
City of St. George, UT- FY 2003 Funding and Issues Requests
c.2002
5 11
Amendments for Interior Appropriations Bill, FY 2003
2002 July
5 12
Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill
2003
5 13
Utah Projects and Provisions Included in House Interior Appropriations Bill
undated
5 14
Request to the Speaker of the House for a Vote on a List of Issues
2001
5 15
Jim Roush to Friends of Lake Powell, Inc. on Fundraising
2001
5 16
Letter on Fundraising from Ann Hanniball
2001
5 17
Utah Foundation- Statistical Review of Government in Utah
1993
5 18
"Approp. Committee Summary"- Budget for Acts and Bills
c.2001
5 19
Committee on Resources for 106th and 107th Congress- Budget Proposals
2001
5 20
List of Acts and their Statuses
undated
5 21
List of Resolutions
undated
5 22
Republican Priority and Leverage Lists
2002
6 1
Legislative Agendas, Schedules, and Lists
2000s
6 2
HR 4- Securing America's Future Energy Act- Statement of Administration Policy
2001
6 3
Amendments to HR 4- The Securing America's Future Energy Act
2004 July
6 4
Talking Points about Div. F, Title II- Deepwater Relief
c.2001
6 5
Talking Points about DIV. f, Title VII- Coal
c.2001
6 6
HR 4- Sununu Amendment on Revenue Allocation, Talking Points
2002
6 7
Talking Points on Sununu Amendment "Light Footprint in ANWR on HR 4"
c.2004
6 8
Chairman James V. Hansen Closing Remarks on General Debate SAFE Act
2001
6 9
Chairman James V. Hansen Opening Remarks HR 4 SAFE Act
2001
6 10
Floor Speech in Support of the Rule HR 4 the SAFE Act
2001
6 11
Senate Amendment to HR 4
undated
6 12
HR 4- SAFE Act: Correspondence
2001-2002
6 13
Final Vote Results for Roll Call on HR 4
2001 August
6 14
HR 36- Recreation and Public Lands' Legislative Hearing
2002 May
6 15
HR 37- Studies of Four National Historic Trails
2001 May
6 16
HR 38- Homestead National Monument of America Additions
2001 November
6 17
HR 107- Cold War Memorial
2001 September
6 18
Constitutionality of Utah House Bill 208- Prohibiting Federal Acquisition of Private Land Without State Legislative Approval
2002
6 19
HR 261- Aquia Sandstone Quarries
2002 march
6 20
HR 271- BLM Conveyance to Carson City, NV for Senior Center
2001 June
6 21
HR 275- Dove Hunting
2002 February
6 22
HR 282- Pyramid of Remembrance Foundation
2002 September
6 23
HR 297- Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation Reform Act
2002 June
6 24
HR 352- 10 Year Strategy for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks
2002 May
6 25
HR 395- 50th Anniversary of the Constitution of Puerto Rico
2002 May
6 26
HR 400- Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home National Historic Site
2001 October
6 27
HR 408- Honoring the American Zoo and Aquarium Association
2002 June
6 28
HR 419- International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
2002 July
6 29
HR 425- Abandoned Mine Reclamation
2002 June
6 30
HR 427- Little Sandy Watershed Protection Act
2001 June
6 31
HR 434- Emigrant and Wilderness Preservation Act of 2001
2001 June
6 32
HR 449- Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act of 1998
1998
6 33
HR 451- Mount Nebo Wilderness Boundary Adjustment Act
2001
6 34
HR 451-Mount Nebo Adjustment: Correspondence
2001
7 1
HR 452- Ronald Reagan Memorial Act of 2001
2001 March
7 2
HR 464- Kate Mullany National Historic Site Act
2002 September
7 3
HR 483- Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation, Oregon
2001 October
7 4
HR 488- Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act
2001
7 5
HR 521- To Amend the Organic Act of Guam to Clarify the Local Judicial Structure
2002 May
7 6
HR 601- Federal Lands Added to Craters of the Moon National Monument, ID
2001 February
7 7
HR 617- Native Hawaiian Recognition
2001 May
7 8
HR 635- Steel Industry National historic Park Act
2001 September
7 9
HR 640- Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area
2001 May
7 10
HR 643- African Elephants Conservation Reauthorization
2001 May
7 11
HR 645- Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Reauthorization
2001 May
7 12
HR 695- Oil Region National Heritage Area Act
2001 June
7 13
HR 700- Asian Elephant Conservation Reauthorization
2001 May
7 14
HR 701- Conservation and Reinvestment and HR 1592- Constitutional Land Acquisition
2001 July
7 15
Conservation and Reinvestment Act (CARA/HR 701) and a Related Initiative in the 106th Congress
2001
7 16
HR 701- Conservation and Reinvestment Act (CARA): Correspondence and Statistics
2000s
7 17
PILT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) Program
1999, 2002
7 18
statement on the PILT, Refuge Revenue Sharing Permanent Funding Act, and Property Tax Endowment Act of 2002
2002
7 19
HR 706- Lease Lot Conveyance Act of 2001
2002 February
7 20
HR 880- Implementation of a Desert Tortoise Habitat Conservation Plan
2001
7 21
HR 980- Moccasin Bend National Historic Site
2001 October
7 22
HR 1000- William Howard Taft National Historic Site
2001 May
7 23
HR 1127- Bill Description by Chairman Hansen, Monument Fairness
undated
7 24
HR 1157- Pacific Salmon Recovery Act
2001 May
7 25
HR 1161- Czech Republic Memorial
2001 September
8 1
Hearing on HR 1181- To Increase Payments in Lieu of Taxes
1994
8 2
HR 1230- Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge
2001 September
8 3
HR 1270- Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982
2002
8 4
HR 1290- American Wetland Restoration Act
1999
8 5
HR 1296- Administration of Presidio Properties and Other Matters
1996 March
8 6
HR 1363- Backcountry Airstrips
2000-2001
8 7
HR 1370- Property on Lands in National Wildlife Refuge
2002 April
8 8
HR 1384- Long Walk National Historic Trail Study Act
2001 September
8 9
HR 1401- Wilderness Land Proposals
undated
8 10
Amendments to HR 1401: Utah National Defense Lands Defined
1999
8 11
HR 1448- American Samoa Bond Bill
2002 March
8 12
HR 1456- Booker T. Washington National Monument
2001 September
8 13
HR 1462- Harmful Nonnative Weed Control
2002 April
8 14
HR 1474- American Wetland Restoration Act
2001 April
8 15
HR 1487- National Monument NEPA Compliance Act
1999 April
8 16
HR 1491- Utah Public Lands Artifact Preservation Act
2001 October
8 17
HR 1500- America's Wilderness Protection Act
1999
8 18
Hearings Before the Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Lands on HR 1500 and HR 1745
1995
8 19
HR 1745 and HR 1500 Briefing Papers, New Proposal Acreages, Recommendation
1997
8 20
Management of HR 1500 Lands- Correspondence
1994-1999
8 21
HR 1576- James Peak Wilderness Study
2001 October
8 22
HR 1606- Historically Black Colleges and Universities
2002 May
8 23
HR 1628- El Camino Real de Los Tejas National Historic Trail
2001 June
8 24
HR 1661- Dungeness Crab Fishery
2001 May
8 25
HR 1662: Sec. 303- Preference to Indians and Indian Firms
undated
8 26
HR 1712- National Park of American Samoa
2002 February
8 27
HR 1732- America's Red Rock Wilderness Act of 1999
1999
8 28
Utah Wilderness Association on HR 1745- Utah Public Lands Management Act and Wilderness Recommendations
1995
8 29
HR 1745 and New Proposal Acreages by County
1997
8 30
HR 1751- Carrizo Plain National Conservation Area Act
1999 May
9 1
HR 1776- Buffalo Bayou National Heritage Area
2001 October
9 2
HR 1791- Millennium Cultural Cooperative Park
2001 May
9 3
HR 1811- PILT and Refuge Revenue Sharing Permanent Funding Act
2002 September
9 4
HR 1814- Metacomet-Monadnock-Sunapee-Mattabesett Trail
2001 September
9 5
HR 1870- Fallon Bail Freight Loading Facility Transfer Act
2002 February
9 6
HR 1883- Burnt, Malheur, Owyhee, and Powder River Basin Water Study Act
2002 February
9 7
HR 1906- Pu'Uhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park
2002 April
9 8
HR 1913- Acoma Indian Reservation Subsurface Rights
2001 October
9 9
HR 1925- Waco Mammoth Site Area Study
2001 November
9 10
HR 1937- Pacific Northwest Feasibility Studies Act
2001 July
9 11
HR 1946- Rocky Boy's/North Central Montana Regional Water System
2002 September
9 12
HR 1963- George Rogers Clark Trail
2001 November
9 13
HR 1989- Fisheries Conservation Act of 2001
2001 September
9 14
Committee Print Showing the Test of HR 1985- Western Water Security Enhancement Act
2001
9 15
HR 2054- West Wendover Land Transfer Legislation
2001
9 16
West Wendover Air Base
2000
9 17
Environmental Baseline Survey for the Wendover Land Transfer City of West Wendover, Nevada
20000
9 18
Environmental Assessment for the Proposed Wendover Land Transfer City of West Wendover, Nevada
2000
9 19
Wendover Airport Air Force Land Acquisition
1998-1999
9 20
HR 2062- Connecticut River Salmon Commission
2001 September
9 21
HR 2099- Vancouver National Historic Reserve
2002
9 22
Report to Accompany HR 2107- Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill
1998
9 23
HR 2108- Dutch John Federal Property Disposition and Assistance Act
1997 June
9 24
HR 2109- Virginia Key Beach, Florida
2002 March
9 25
HR 2114- National Monument Fairness Act
2002 March
9 26
HR 2115- Lakehaven Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse Project
2001 October
9 27
HR 2187- Receipts from Mineral Leasing on Naval Oil Shale Reserves
2001 June
9 28
HR 2202- Lower Yellowstone Reclamation Projects Conveyance
2002 October
9 29
HR 2234- Tumacacori National Historic Park Boundary Revision Act
2001 November
9 30
HR 2238- Fern Lake Conservation and Recreation Act
2001 November
9 31
HR 2301- Folsom Dam Bridge
2002
9 32
HR 2370- Economic Development Plan for the Northwestern Band of the Shoshoni Nation Act
2000
9 33
Western Shoshone Claims Distribution Act
undated
10 1
HR 2386- Outfitter Policy Act
2002 September
10 2
Outfitter Policy Act Talking Points
2001
10 3
HR 2388- National Heritage Areas Policy Act
2002 May
10 4
HR 2402- Snowbasin Land Exchange Act of 1995
1995
10 5
HR 2408- Yankton Sioux Tribe and Santee Sioux Tribe Equitable Compensation
2002 September
10 6
HR 2440- To Rename Wolf Trap Farm Park
2001 November
10 7
HR 2436- Energy Security Act
2001 July
10 8
Energy Security Act- Report to Accompany HR 2436
2001 July
10 9
Chairman Hansen- Opening Statement Hearing on HR 2436
2001 July
10 10
HR 2436- Energy Security Act: Cost Estimate
2001 July
10 11
HR 2436- Energy Security Act Title I-V
2001
10 12
HR 2436- Energy Security Act Amendment
2001
10 13
HR 2436- The Energy Security Act Talking Points
2001
10 14
Full Committee Hearing on HR 2436, Energy Security Act
2001 July
10 15
Questions and Talking Points on HR 2436- Energy Security Act
undated
10 16
HR 2488- Pilot Range Wilderness
2001
10 17
Report to Accompany HR 2488- Pilot Range
2001
10 18
HR 2488- Discussion Drafts and Recommended Changes
2001
10 19
Box Elder County Resolution Supporting HR 2488
2001
10 20
Bill Explanation of HR 2488- The Pilot Range Wilderness Bill
undated
10 21
HR 2488- Talking Points and Opening Statement
1999
10 22
Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to HR 2488
2001
10 23
Questions for the Witnesses, HR 2488- Pilot Wilderness Bill
c.2001
11 1
Subcommittee on National Parks, Recreation, and Public Lands Legislative Hearing on HR 2488
2001
11 2
HR 2488- Correspondence
2001
11 3
Testimonies Regarding HR 2488- To Designate Certain Lands in the Pilot Range in the State of Utah as Wilderness and for Other Purposes
2001
11 4
Proposed Military Use Language for HR 2488
2001
11 5
Pilot Peak News clips
2001
11 6
HR 2534- Lower Los Angeles River and San Gabriel River Watershed Study Act
2002
11 7
HR 2570- Arizona Desert Wilderness Act
1990
11 8
Report to Accompany HR 2570- Arizona Desert Wilderness Act
1990
11 9
HR 2570- Descriptions of Areas Involved in Arizona Wilderness Act
1999
11 10
Grazing Guidelines to Accompany HR 2570
undated
11 11
HR 2585- Chiloquin Dam Fish Passage Feasibility Study Act
2002 July
11 12
House and Senate Department of Defense Authorization Bills (HR 2586 and S 1436)
2002
11 13
HR 2628- Muscle Shoals Heritage Area
2002 March
11 14
HR 2643- Fort Clatsop National Memorial Expansion Act
2002 April
11 15
Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 to Accompany HR 2646
2002
11 16
Questions for Hearing on HR 2752
2000
11 17
HR 2742- Native American Cultural Center
2001
11 18
HR 2748- National War Permanent Tribute Historical Database Act
2002 July
11 19
HR 2795- Shivwits Plateau National Conservation Area Establishment Act
1999 August
11 20
HR 2081- Revised Statuses 2477 Right-of-Way Settlement Act
1995
11 21
HR 2801- Stenographic Minutes- Hearing on RS 2477: Right-of-Way Regulations
1995
12 1
HR 2801- RS 2477- Rights-of-Way Regulations: Memoranda and Testimonies
1995
12 2
HR 2801- RS 2477- Highways in Utah Photograph Index
1995
12 3
Questions and Briefing Paper for 1081- RS 2477 Right-of-Way
1995
12 4
Lake Mountain Road
2001
12 5
Public Highways Across Federal Lands- An Act Relating to Highway Right-of-Way Perfected Across Federal Public Lands
1993
12 6
RS 2477- Questions
1995
12 7
Governor Leavitt's Proposed Solution to RS 2477 Issue- Response
1999
12 8
Reports on RS 2477- The History and Management of RS 2477; Right-of-Way Claims on Federal and Other Lands
1993
12 9
Appendix 1- Directive to Submit RS 2477 Report
1992
12 10
Proposed Rule to Revised Statute 2477
1993
12 11
Utah Inventories of RS 2477
1993
12 12
News Clips and Articles on RS 2477
1993
12 13
RS 2477 Lawsuits
1996-1997
12 14
Department of the Interior Memos on RS 2477
1997
12 15
RS 2477- Correspondence on Forest Service Participation
1993-1994
12 16
Coalition to Protect Public Access Rights- RS 2477
1994
12 17
RS 2477- Comments and Talking Points
1993
13 1
Correspondence on HR 2801
1995
13 2
Explanations of RS 2477
undated
13 3
CRS Report: Highway Rights of Way: Controversy over Claims under RS 2477
1993
13 4
Federal Legislation- RS 2477
1994
13 5
RS2477 Rights-of-Ways Press Releases
1994
13 6
Correspondence on Extension of RS 2477 Comment Period
1994
13 7
1997 Approbations Bill and RS 2477
1997
13 8
RS 2477 Correspondence on Babbitt's Highway Standards
2001
13 9
HR 2818- Sand Mountain Wilderness Conveyance
2002 April
13 10
HR 2826- Territories Waiver of Matching Requirements
2002 September
13 11
Committee on Resources Markup on HR 2828 and HR 3028
2001
13 12
HR 2829- Sound Science for Endangered Species Act Planning Act
2001
13 13
Amendment to HR 2829- Sound Science for Endangered Species Act Planning Act
2002
13 14
Endangered Species Act Info Sheets and Side-by-Side Comparison with Other Bills
undated
13 15
Testimony of Jamie Rappaport Clark Director of the US Fish and Wildlife Service about the Endangered Species Recovery Act of 1997
1997
13 16
Testimony of Craig Manson Regarding HR 2829 and HR 3505
2002
13 17
HR 2829 and S 1180- Miscellaneous Info
2002
13 18
HR 2880- Five Nations Citizen Land Reform Act
2002 March
13 19
HR 2924- Property Protection Program for Power Marketing Administration
2001 October
13 20
HR 2925- Security of Reclamation Dams, Facilities, and Resources
2001 October
13 21
HR 2937- Nevada Shooting Range
2001 March
13 22
HR 2963- Deep Creek Wilderness Act
2002 March
13 23
HR 2976- Healing Opportunities in Parks and the Environment Pass Act
2001 October
13 24
HR 2982- Memorial to Victims of Terrorist Attacks in the United States
2002 May
13 25
HR 2990- Lower Rio Grande Valley Water Resources Conservation Act
2002 June
13 26
HR 3035- Utah National Parks and Public Lands Wilderness
1999
13 27
HR 3035- Millard County Response to Wilderness Proposal
1999-2000
13 28
HR 3035- and Info on Sunset Mesa
1999
14 1
Utah Association of Counties- Recommendation on HR 3035- West Desert Wilderness Bill
2001
14 2
HR 3035- Testimony of Bruce Babbitt and Michael Leavitt
1999
14 3
HR 3035- Testimony by Washington and Iron Counties Commissioners
1999
14 4
HR 3035- Testimonies
1999
14 5
HR 3035- Washington County Water Conservancy District
1999
14 6
Amendments to HR 3035- Utah National Parks and Public Lands Wilderness
1999
14 7
HR 3048- Russian River Land Act
2002 June
14 8
HR 3148- Alaskan Native Vietnam Veterans
2002
14 9
HR 3208- Western Water Security Enhancement Act
2002
14 10
Amendment to HR 3208 and Hansen's Explanation of It
2001
14 11
Report with Dissenting and Additional Views to Accompany HR 3208
2000
14 12
HR 3208- Western Water Security Enhancement Act: Committee Draft Bill
2001
14 13
Correspondence- Labor Language in HR 3208 and Other Bills
2002
14 14
HR 3223- Jicarilla Apache Reservation Rural Water System Act
2002 June
14 15
HR 3258- Reasonable Right-of-Way Fees Act
2002 June
14 16
HR 3307- Vicksburg National Military Park Boundary Modification Act
2002 May
14 17
HR 3322- Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Visitor Center Act
2001
14 18
Amendments to HR 3881 Proposed by the Cities of Colorado Springs and Pueblo
2002
14 19
HR 3334- Designation of Richard J. Guadagno Headquarters and Visitor Center
2001 November
14 20
HR 3380- Right-of-Way Permits for Natural Gas Pipelines
2002 May
14 21
HR 3384- Western Shoshone Claims Distribution Act
1989 September
14 22
HR 3384- Western Shoshone Judgement Distribution- Supporting Letters
1990-1991
14 23
HR 3389- National Sea Grant College Program Act Amendments
2002 February
14 24
HR 3401- California Five Mile Regional Learning Center Transfer Act
2002 June
14 25
HR 3407- Indian Financing Act Reform
2002 July
14 26
HR 3421- Yosemite National Park Educational Facilities
2002 March
14 27
HR 3425- Golden Chain Highway
2002 March
15 1
HR 3434- Mcloughlin House Historic Sites
2002 July
15 2
HR 3449- George Washington Birthplace National Monument
2002 July
15 3
HR 3476- Protect Lands Held in Fee by the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians
2002 July
15 4
HR 3480- Upper Mississippi River
2002 March
15 5
HR 3486- Disposal of Federal Properties in Dutch John, Utah
1996
15 6
Dutch John Privatization: A Bill
1996
15 7
Dutch John Federal Property Disposition and Assistance Act- Amendments
1998
15 8
Statements Regarding Dutch John Federal Property Disposition and Assistance Act
1998
15 9
News about Dutch John Area and Property Act
1997-1998
15 10
Dutch John Privatization Bill- Talking Points
1998
15 11
Memoranda and Letters About the Dutch John Privatization
1994-1998
15 12
Cost Analysis of Dutch John Federal Property Disposition and Assistance Act
1998
15 13
Dutch John Maps and Photo
1998
15 14
Dutch John Privatization Overviews, Mark-Ups, and Miscellaneous
1997-1998
15 15
HR 3534- Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw Nations Claims Settlement Act
2002 June
15 16
HR 3558- Species Protection and Conservation of the Environment
2002 May
15 17
Conference Report on HR 3579 and Correspondence
1998
15 18
HR 3605- San Rafael Western Elgacy District and National Conservation Act
2000
15 19
San Rafael Proposed Off-Highway Travel Plan
1997
15 20
Draft of San Rafael Swell Western Heritage Area Proposed Legislature
1998
15 21
Map and Briefing Paper- HR 3605: San Rafael Western Legacy District and Conservation Act
undated
15 22
Committee on Resources Hearing Testimonies on HR 3605- San Rafael Western Legacy
2000
15 23
Wilderness Study Areas in the San Rafael Swell Area Closed and Open to OHV Use- Maps
2000
15 24
Letters from Hansen on the San Rafael Swell Plan for Off-Highway Vehicles Proposed Travel Plan
1997
16 1
Michael Leavitt Letter of Support for HR 3605- San Rafael Swell National Conservation Act
2000
16 2
Views of the Department of the Interior on HR 3605
2000
16 3
Letters to James Hansen Regarding San Rafael Swell Off-Highway Vehicle Travel Plan
1997
16 4
Letters to Dick Manus, Manager San Rafael Resource Area BLM Regarding San Rafael Swell Off-Highway Vehicle Travel Plan
1997
16 5
San Rafael Swell Proposed Exchange- Correspondence
2002
16 6
The San Rafael Swell: Our Treasure, Our Trust
undated
16 7
HR 3630- Miami Circle Site, Florida
2002 September
16 8
HR 3747- Bainbridge Island Japanese-American Memorial Study Act
2002 September
16 9
HR 3765- John L. Burton Trail Act
2002 September
16 10
HR 3786- Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Boundary Revision Act
2002 May
16 11
HR 3802- Education Land Grant Costs
2002 September
16 12
HR 3813- Coal Accountability and Retired Employees Act for the 21st Century
2002 June
16 13
HR 3815- Presidential Hstioric Site Study Act
2002 June
16 14
HR 3848- Sand Hollow Recreational Area
2002 March
16 15
HR 3848- Funds for Construction of Recreational Facilities in Washington County, UT
2002 March
16 16
Report to Accompany HR 3848
2002 APril
16 17
HR 3853- Technical Corresction to Parks and Public Land Laws
2002 March
16 18
HR 3858- New River Gorge Boundary Act
2002 May
16 19
HR 3876- San Rafael National Heritage Area
2002 February
16 20
HR 3896- Repeal Reservation of Mineral Rights, Livingston Parish, Louisiana
2002 September
16 21
HR 3897- Western Shoshone Claims Disbursement Act
1992 April
16 22
Statements and Reports by John Paul Kennedy about HR 3897
1992 April
16 23
HR 3908- North American Wetlands Conservation Reauthorization
2002 April
17 1
HR 3909- Gunn McKay Nature Preserve- Reports, Maps, and Bills
2002
17 2
Correspondence on McKay Nature Preserve
2002 January
17 3
Report to Accompany HR 3909- Gunn McKay Nature Presrve Act
2002 April
17 4
HR 3917- Flight 93 National Memorial Act
2002 July
17 5
HR 3928- Utah Public Lands Artifact pReservationA ct
2002 March
17 6
HR 3936- Shoshone National Recreaton Trail
2002 March
17 7
HR 3936- Subcommittee on National Parks, Recreation, and Public Lands Legislative Hearing
2002 APril
17 8
HR 3942- John Muir National Historic Site Boundary Adjustment Act
2002 May
17 9
HR 3954- Caribbean Naional Forest Wild and Scenic River Act
2002 April
17 10
HR 3955- Caribbean National Forest Wilderness Act
2002 March
17 11
HR 3958- Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
2001
17 12
HR 3958- Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Settlement Act
2002 March
17 13
Report to Accompany HR 3958
2002 Sapril
17 14
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge- A 2003 Centennial Refuge
2003
17 15
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge- Appropriations Requests
1997-1998
17 16
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge- Info and Budgets, News
2000s
17 17
HR 4044- Nutria Eradication
2002 April
17 18
HR 4103- Martin's Cove Land Transfer Act
2002 May
17 19
HR 4129- Central Utah Project
2002 May
17 20
HR 4141- Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
2002 September
18 1
HR 4546- Bob Stump National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2003
2002
18 2
House and Senate Versions of HR 4546 and S 2514
2002 July
18 3
HR 4578- Act Presented to the 106th Congress of the United States
2001
18 4
Conference Report to Accompany HR 4578- Interior Appropriations
2000 September
18 5
Report to Accompany HR 4578- Department of Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Bill
2001
18 6
HR 4601- Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area
2002 October
18 7
HR 4609- Rathdrum Prairie/Spokane Valley Aquifer
2002 May
18 8
HR 4620- America's Wilderness Protection Act
2002 June
18 9
HR 4622- Gateway Communities Cooperation Act
2002 July
18 10
HR 4638- Mni Wiconi Rural Water Supply Project
2002 June
18 11
HR 4682- Allegheny Portage Railroad National H istoric Site Boundary Revision
2002 July
18 12
HR 4692- Andersonville National Historic Site
2002 September
18 13
HR 4708- Fremong-Madison Conveyance Act
2002 July
18 14
HR 4721- Environmental Land Technology Act (ELT)
2000
18 15
Statements and Testimonies on HR 4721
2000
18 16
Environmental Land Technology, Ltd. Maps
c.2000
18 17
Amendments, Talking Points, and Other Information on HR 4721
2000
18 18
Appraisal Review and Value Approval for ELT (Doyle) Lands
2001
18 19
Red Cliff Desert Reserve and ELT
2000
18 20
HR 4721- Bill to Provide for All Right, Title and Interest in and to Certain Property in Washington County to be Vested in the US, Authorizing Acquisition of ELT Lands
2000
18 21
Subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands- Correspondence on Elt
2000
18 22
HR 4734- Alaska Federal Land Management Demonstration Project
2002 September
18 23
HR 4739- Austin, Texas Water Project
2002 July
18 24
HR 4749- Gilchrest Reauthorization of Magnuson-Stevens Act
2002 June 21
19 1
HR 4749- Magnuson-Stevens Act Amendments
2002 June
19 2
Amendment to HR 4775 to the Federal Land Policy and Management Act
2002
19 3
HR 4795- Chronic Wasting Disease Support for States Act
2002 May
19 4
HR 4822- Upper Mississippi River Breaks Boundary Clarification Act
2002 July
19 5
HR 4830- Southern Campaign of the Revolution Heritage Area
2002 September
19 6
HR 4844- Wild Sky Wilderness Act
2002 September
19 7
HR 4853- Seminole Tribe Land
2002 September
19 8
HR 4870- Mt. Naomi Wilderness Boundary Adjustment Act
2002
19 9
HR 4874- Spirit Lake and Twin Lakes, Idaho
2002 September
19 10
HR 4883- Reauthorize the Hydrographic Services Improvement Act
2002 June
19 11
HR 4910- Tom Green County Water Control and Improvement District
2002 September
19 12
HR 4840- Sound Science for Endangered Species Act PlanningAct
2002 June
19 13
HR 4912- Wildfire Penalties
2002 October
19 14
HR 4917- Los Padres National Forest Land Exchange
2002 July
19 15
HR 4919- Tonto and Coconino National Forests Land Exchange Act
2002
19 16
HR 4938- Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska Water Supply
2002
19 17
HR 4944- Cedar Creek Battlefield and Belle Grove Plantation Historical Park
2000 September
19 18
HR 4953- West Butte Road Right-of-Way
2002
19 19
HR 4966- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Act
2002 September
19 20
HR 4968- Utah State Trust Lands Consolidation Act: Briefing Package
2002
19 21
HR 4968- Federal- Utah State Trust Lands Consolidation Act
2002
19 22
HR 5032- Mendocino National Forest, California
2002 September
19 23
HR 5039- Humboldt Project Conveyance Act
2002
19 24
HR 5097- Salt River Bay National Historic Park and Ecoloical Preserve, St. Croix
2002 September
19 25
HR 5099- Upper Colorado and San Juan River Basins Endangered Fish Recovery
2002 September
19 26
HR 5108- Yurok and Hopland Band of Pomo Indians Lease Extensions
2002 September
19 27
HR 5109- Southwestern Power Administration Land Conveyance
2002 September
19 28
HR 5125- Civil War Battlefield Preservation Act
2002 September
19 29
HR 5146- Highlands Stewardship Act
2002
19 30
HR 5168- Blue Ridge National Heritage Area
2002 September
19 31
HR 5180- Dixie National Forest Property Conveyance
2002 September
19 32
HR 5180- James V. Hansen Forests and Forest Health Legislative Hearing
2002
20 1
HR 5200- Clark County Conservation of Public Land and Natural Reosurce Act
2002 September
20 2
HR 5319- Healthy Forests Reform Act
2002 September
20 3
HR 5399- Carpinteria and Montecito Water
2002 October
20 4
HR 5409- Cleveland National Forest Responsible Electiricty Transmission Act
2002 September
20 5
Report to Accompany HR 5487- Designating Certain National Forest Lands for Other Purposes
1979
20 6
First Session on S 21- To Designate Lands in Claifornia Desert as Wilderness, to Establish Death Valley, Joshua Tree, and Mojave National Parks
1993
20 7
California Desert Protection Act
1994
20 8
S 356- Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial
2002 July
20 9
S 434- Yankton Sioux Tribe and Santee Sioux Tribe Equitable Compensaiton Act
2002
20 10
S 491- Design, Planning, and Constructin of Denver Water Reuse Project
2002 September
20 11
S 506- Huna Totem Corporation Land Exchange
2002 April
20 12
S 691- Land Conveyance for Washoe Indian Tribe of Nevada and California
2002 September
20 13
S 941- Rancho Corral de Tierra Golden Gate National Recreation Area Boundary
2002 September
20 14
S 990- Ameircan Wildlife Enhancement Act
2002
20 15
Amendment to S 990- American Wildlife Enhancement Act
2002
20 16
S 238- Burnt, Malheur, Owyhee, and Powder River Basin Water Feasibility Study
2002 July
20 17
S 1057- Pu'Uhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park Addition Act
1999
20 18
Report to Accompany S 1059- National Defense Authorization Act Fiscal Year 2000
1999
20 19
S 1105- Grand Teton National Parkland Exchange Act
2002 July
20 20
S 1227- Niagra Falls National Heritage Area Study Act
2002 September
20 21
S 1240- Timpanogos Interagency Land Exchange Act
2002 September
20 22
S 1907- Haines, Oregon, Land Conveyance
2002 September
20 23
S 1946- Old Spanish Trail Recognition Act
2002 September
20 24
S 1969- The Outfitter Policy Act of 1999: Wilderness Society's Analysis
2001
20 25
Report to Accompany S 2155- Utah Wilderness Act of 1984
undated
20 26
S 3332- To Establish San Rafael Swell Trails and Recreation Area
1992
21 1
Divid D. Withers, Plaintiff in Error v. Buckley, Wilson, Hugh, and Others
2000
21 2
Northwest Motorcycle Association, an Off-Road Vehicle Association v. the US Department of Agriculture
1999
21 3
Potlatch Corporation and Various Irrigation Districts and Canal Companies v. United States of America
1999
21 4
Western Counteis Alliance- The Rangeland Compact CD
undated
21 5
Record of Decision- Snowbird Master Development Plan Proposal
1999
21 6
Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Snowbird Master Developmental Plan and Correspondence
1999
21 7
Snowbasin Sun Valley Resort- Correspondence
2002
21 8
Ephraim City Land Exchange with the Forest Service
2000
21 9
A Cooperative Venture with Federal Land Managers
1999
21 10
City of West Wendover: Come Grow with Us- Statistical Presentation
2000
21 11
Wilcox Ranch Sale to BLM
2001
21 12
High Uintas/Anadarko Land Purchase- Project Narrative
2003
21 13
BLM and NPS Funding and Appropriations Issues- FY 1999
1998
21 14
Talking Points in Support of the BLM/UFS Grazing Permit Renewal Language
c.2010
21 15
"White House Decision to RE-Examine Roadless Rule is a Critical Step in Saving Thousands of Existing Roads Threatened by Clinton Policy"
2001
21 16
US House of Rep. Western Caucus: "Roadless Area Conservation Rule"- Reasons to Oppose and Background
c.2003
21 17
Letter about Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976
2002
21 18
Martin's Cove Land Transfer Act
2001
21 19
Martin's Cove- News
1997, 2002
21 20
Martin's Cove Land Conveyance Legislation- Correspondence and Reports
2002
21 21
Framework for Organizational Transition from Current Management to Implementation and to Provide Strategy for Managing Area
1996
21 22
Utah West Desert Land Exchange- Reports, Maps, and Act
2000-2002
21 23
Fort Irwin Expansion Reports and Correspondence
2000
21 24
Box Elder County Road Agreement
2000
21 25
BLM Local Management Demonstration Program Act
2002
21 26
A Resolutoin Regarding State Lands Affected by Federally Managed Land Areas
2002
21 27
Utah Open Land Act
2002
21 28
Proposal to Reopen the Lake Mountain Road on the Kemmerer Ranger District
2002
21 29
National Public Lands Grazing Campaign- AUM Proposal
2002
22 1
Memorandum- Martin's Cove
2002
22 2
Followup of Nevada Land Exchange Activities, Bureau of Land Management
1998
22 3
Legacy Highway Construction
2001
22 4
United States Court of Appeals: American Vantage Companies, Inc v. Table Mountain Rancheria
2002
22 5
BLM Authorization Memorandum
1996
22 6
Uintah County Economic Highlights
1998
22 7
Uintah County and Grand County Road Maps
1996-1997
22 8
Center for Land Use Interpretation Land Use Database- Bombing Range
1999
22 9
Conference on Resources Law: 21st Century Challenges to Access Public Lands and Resources
2001 April
22 10
To Darin Bird from Ken Patey- Private Property and Road Issue
2002
22 11
Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act
1996
22 12
Land Mnagement- Grand Stairase-Escalante: Kate Cannon
2001
22 13
St. George, Utah Airport Relocation
2001 March
22 14
North Slope Union Pacific Reosurce Company Land Purpose; 2002 Land and Water Conservation Fund Request
2002
22 15
Marriott/Slaterville Open Space Land Acquisition
2001
22 16
One Third of the Nation's Land: A Report to the President and to the Congress by the Public Land Law Review Commission
undated
22 17
Study of Trespass and Unauthorized Use of Public Lands of the Unted States- Part 1: Contractor's Report
1970 November
22 18
Information on the Federal Land Policy and Management Act
2001
22 19
Off-Highway Vehicle- Laws, Rules, and Map
1989
22 20
Project BOLD- Land Consolidation and Exchange Proposal: Map
1984
22 21
Profile of Public Lands- In the Western Interstate Region
1996
22 22
Public Lands Council v. Babbit and Grazing Appeals
1999-2000
22 23
Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976
1997
23 1
BLM- Public Lands Statistics
2000
23 2
Bear River Development Corporation- Board of Land Appeals
2002 July
23 3
BLM Surface Management Status- Fish Springs
1994
23 4
BLM Surface Management Status- Wah Wah Mts North Map
1982
23 5
BLM Surface Management Status- Kanab Map
1983
23 6
Kane County Recommendations- School Trust Lands Exchange
1995
23 7
Bear River Development Corporation- Board of Land Appeals
2002
23 8
Bear River Ranches Road Project- Amendment and Environmental Assessment
1998
23 9
Ogden- Weber River Trails: Maps and Photos
undated
23 10
School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration- Utah Trust Lands
1995
23 11
Union Pacific Railroad Properties on the Centennial Trail Route
2001
23 12
Ogden Weber River Parkway Project- Part of the Centennial Trail
2002
24 1
Citizens for Management of Alaska Lands v. James Earl Carter and the Trustees for Alaska
undated
24 2
Presidents and Antiquities Act- Units and Approximate Acreage Affected
undated
24 3
Utah Test and Training Range- BLM Transfer Bill
1997
24 4
Pilot rnage; Blad Eagle Peak and Wilderness Inventory Evalutaions
1999
24 5
Pilot Peak SUWA Correspondence
2001
24 6
Pilot Range Bill Hits House Floor: Help Us Stop This Terrible Template for Wilderness!- Utah Wilderness Coalition
2001
24 7
Pilot Range Billl Hits House Floor: Help Us Secure this Ideal Model for Utah Wilderness!- Students for Utah Wilderness Advancement
2001
24 8
Utah Test and Training Range Testimony and Briefing for Congressman Hansen and SLC Chamber of Commerce
1999
24 9
Nuclear Waste Storage- Testimony and Correspondence Regarding its Effects on the Utah Test and Training Range
2000
24 10
Utah Test and Training Range- Talking Points, Proposed Compromises for Title XIV, Correspondence, and Other Documents
2002
24 11
Utah Test and Training range- Articles by Hansen, Utah Wilderness Coalition, and Others
2002
24 12
UTTR Military Airspace Map
undated
24 13
Maps: Pilot Range Wilderness and Pilot Peak
2001
24 14
UTTR Military Airspace: Western Utah and Eastern Nevada Map
undated
24 15
Compilation of Selected Laws Concerning National Parks and Related Matters
1997 January
24 16
Christ Cannon Letter to the Editor- Misleading Headline
2002 February
24 17
Sand Hollow Reservoir Park Plans and Correspondence
2001
24 18
Moab Site Project- Preliminary Plan for Remediation
2001 October
24 19
Sand Hollow Recreation Area Management Plan
2001 May
25 1
San Rafael Swell National Monument
2002
25 2
San Rafael Swell Study Information Packet
2002 August
25 3
Canyonlands National Park Creation
1999
25 4
San Rafael Swell National Monument- Articles
2002
25 5
Bill to Establish the California Trail Interpretive Center in Elko, Nevada
2001
25 6
American West Heritage Center- Maps, News Articles, Events
2000s
25 7
Correspondence with Congresswoman Lois Capps on Carrizo Plain National Monument
2001
25 8
Perry Mesa Future Management Assessment
1999 October
25 9
Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona
2000
25 10
Giant Sequoia National Monument, California
2000 April
25 11
Cascade- Siskiyou National Monument, Oregon
2000 June
25 12
Ironwood Forest National Monument
2000 June
25 13
Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument, Montana
2001 January
25 14
Canyons of the Ancient National Monument
2000 June
25 15
Hanford Reach National Monument,, Washington
20000 June
25 16
US Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument, Virgin Islands
2001 January
25 17
Buck Island Reef National Monument
2001 January
25 18
Pompeys Pillar National Monument, Montana
2001 January
25 19
Minidoka Internment National Monument
2001 January
25 20
Report and News on Five new National Monuments in Arizona
2001 April
25 21
Agua Fria National Monument, Arizona
2000-2001
25 22
National Monuments Summary, Memoranda, and Reports
2001
25 23
105th and 106th Congress Summaries and Speech- National Monument Fairness Act
1997-2000
25 24
Kasha Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, New Mexico
2001 January
25 25
Subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands
undated
25 26
Committee Print- Comprehensive Natural Resources Protection Act
2002 October
25 27
Full Committee Oversight Hearing on Recreational Access to Public Lands
2001 May
25 28
Proposed Plan Amendment for the Pony Express RMP- Five Mile Pass Area
2000 September
26 1
"Steadman Issue"- BLM and Steadman Recreation
2002 April
26 2
Bonneville Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc.
2000-2001
26 3
Bonneville RC&D Council- Weber River Watershed Project
2001 March
26 4
Bonneville RC&D Council- Marriot-Slaterville Outdoor Classroom and Community Nature Park
2001
26 5
Bonneville RC&D Council- Development of the Utah Community Wildfire Network
2001 April
26 6
Correspondence with national park Service on BLM Wilderness Study Areas
1999
26 7
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument: Grazing
2001 March
26 8
BLM: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument- Draft Management Plan; Draft Environmental Impact Statement
1998 November
26 9
BLM: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument- Proposed Management Plan; Final Environmental Impact Statement
1999 July
26 10
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Pamphlet
undated
27 1
Canyon Country Rural Alliance: Citizens Petition Regarding Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
2001
27 2
Staff Report- Behind Closed Doors; The Abuse of Trust and Discretion in the Establishment of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1997
27 3
Central Kane County Monument Task Force Recommendations Regarding Management Policies for Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1995
27 4
Congressman Hansen Announces Release of House Resource Committee Majority Staff Report on Subpoenaed National Monument Documents
1997
27 5
Monument Planning- Grand Staircase-Escalante
1996-1997
27 6
List of Historic and Scientific Objects of Interest- Grand Staircase Escalante
1997
27 7
Subcommittee on National Parks and Public lands- Oversight Hearing Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1997 April
27 8
Bibliography on Sources Concerning Objects of Interest in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1993
27 9
Talking Points on Escalante Monument and Critique of Clinton
c.1996
27 10
Establishment of the Grand Staircase-Escalante: Remarks by President and Presidential Proclamation
1996 September
27 11
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah- Maps
1997
27 12
The Grand Staircase-Escalante Resource Protection Act
1997
27 13
Monuments Established by Presidential Proclamation
undated
27 14
Correspondence on School Trust Lands in Grand staircase-Escalante National Monument
1996-1997
27 15
Talking Points on National Monument- Costs of the Grand Staircase-Escalante
undated
27 16
Floor Speech on Monument Funding Restrictions
undated
27 17
Talking Points- National Monument Designation
undated
27 18
Land Grabs by the Clinton Administration aka National Monuments
2000
27 19
Grand Canyon Trust Purchasing Grazing land in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
2001
27 20
A Source Book for the Utah BLM Wilderness Re-Inventory, RS 2477 Roads, Right-of-Way and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Issues
1996
28 1
CRS Report- Legal Issues Raised by Designation of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1996 December
28 2
CRS Report for Congress- National Monuments and Antiquities Act
2000 April
28 3
CRS Report for Congress- Authority of a President to Modify or Eliminate a National Monument
2000 August
28 4
Talking Points on National Monument Designation and Clinton Administration "Land Grabs"
2000s
28 5
Forty Mile Ridge Allotment in Grand Staircase-Escalante
1997
28 6
Constituent Letters- Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1996
28 7
Press Articles on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1997
28 8
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument: Preservation or Politics?
2000
28 9
"Monument Purposes," "Monument Resources," and "Monument Values" in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1998
28 10
Utah Association of Counties v. Clinton
1999
28 11
Effects of Utah's New Monument Designation on Sale of Utah Coal Properties to ARCO Coal Company
1997
28 12
General Info on Grand Staircase-Escalante
1997
28 13
"Dear Colleague" on National Monument Act
undated
28 14
Correspondence Regarding National Monument Designation of Canyons of Escalante
1996 September
28 15
Escalante Center Funding
1998
28 16
Establishment of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument- A Proclamation by the President of the United States
1996
28 17
Escalante/Kanab Resource Management Plan- Grand Staircase Ecosystem Analysis
1994
28 18
Miscellaneous Correspondence and Reports Regarding the Creation of Escalante National Monument
c.1996
28 19
Antiquities Act of 1906
1980s
28 20
American Society for Environment History- Two Letters Related to the Creation of a National Monument and Mining
1996
28 21
National Register of Historic Places Inventory: Hole-in-Rock Trail and Friendship Cove Pictograph
1978, 1980
28 22
Historic Grafton Preservation Project Report
1997
29 1
Lost Creek Recreation Areas- Project Summary
c.1997
29 2
"Are Elk Overgrazing Our Western National Parks? A Critical Evaluation of 'Natural Regulation' Management"
1998
29 3
Recreational Facilities at Lost Creek Reservoir in Utah
2002
29 4
Arguments Against the Ban of Snowmobiles in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
2001
29 5
Golden Spike/Crossroads of the West National Heritage Area Study Area
2000
29 6
American Recreation Coalition- Next Steps on Federal Recreational Fees
2002
29 7
Correspondence- Creation of a monument with Dinosaur Tracks
2001
29 8
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance- Mineral Leasing Act and National Monument
1994
29 9
National Park Unit Statistics
undated
29 10
"Utah 'Inholding' Exchange, Public Law 103-93 (The Act), October 1, 1993"
1996
29 11
Letters from Leavitt to Clinton- Summary of Points on Win/Win Solution on Canyons of the Escalante
1996
29 12
Proposed Alaska National Monument
1996
29 13
Gates of the Arctic National Monument- Summary Sheet
1970s
29 14
Background Information Concerning the Gran Staircase-Escalante Area: Sources
1990s
29 15
Scope and Content of the Administrative Record for a National Monument Proclamation
undated
29 16
President's Proclamations on National Monuments
1978
29 17
Canyon Country Learning Center- Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion National Park
2001
29 18
$3 Million Sought to Support National Park Service Learning Centers
c.2003
29 19
Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument: Map
2001
29 20
Management Assistance Review and Park Response: Bryce Canyon
2000
29 21
Final Environmental Impact Statement: Wasatch Powderbird Guides Permit Renewal
1999 September
29 22
Aircraft Overflights at Zion National Park
undated
29 23
Great Basin National Park
2001 May
29 24
Rocky Mountain National Park- Comments on Environmental Assessment
2001 February
29 25
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area- Impacts on Daggett County Services
1994
29 26
National Parks and Conservation Association- Oppose Attempts to Weaken the Antiquities Act
1999 June
29 27
Educational Community on Wilderness Issues
1995 April
29 28
Utah Wilderness Status Map
1992 May
29 29
Utah Wilderness Acts and News
2000s
30 1
Utah Statewide Wilderness Report Vol I and Vol II a
1991 October
30 2
Utah State Wilderness Study Report Vol II b
1991 October
30 3
Utah State Wilderness Study Report III
1991 October
30 4
Utah Public Lands Management Wilderness Act
1995
30 5
Wilderness Act- Statements, Letters, Maps, and Memorandum
1995
30 6
Cedar Mountains Wilderness Area-Map
2002 May
30 7
Utah BLM Wilderness: Now is the Time to Act- A Handbook for Wilderness Activists
1995
30 8
Wilderness: Definitions, Values, and Benefits
c.1990s
30 9
Public Polls and Comments on Wilderness
1995
30 10
BLM Wilderness Inventory and Study Procedures
2001
30 11
Analysis and Critique of SUWA; Brochure on RS 2477 Right-of-way
1997
30 12
Bill to Designate Federal Land in Utah as Wilderness- Cosponsors, 107th Congress
2001
31 1
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol I- Overview
1990 November
31 2
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol II- West Central Region
1990 November
31 3
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol III- South-West Region
1990 November
31 4
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol V- South-East Region
1990 November
32 1
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol VII Part A- Public Comments
1990 November
32 2
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol VII Part B- Public Comments
1990 November
32 3
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement Vol VII Part C- Public Comments
1990 November
32 4
Utah BLM Statewide Wilderness Final Environmental Impact Statement- Pocket Maps 1-8
undated
33 1
101st Congress- Providing for the Designation of Public Lands as Wilderness in Arizona
undated
33 2
96th Congress- Grazing in National Forest Wilderness Areas
undated
33 3
Miscellaneous Maps
undated
33 4
BLM Legislative Affairs Group and Other BLM Info
1999
33 5
Public Lands Wilderness Act- Amendment and Maps
1999
33 6
Turtle Canyon Wilderness Study Area
1995 May
33 7
Emery County Wilderness Proposal
1995 April
33 8
Emery County Reports and Maps
1995
33 9
Testimony from Iron County on Public Lands Wilderness Act
1999 October
33 10
Response to Governor's Proposal- A Ten Step Solution to RS 2477 Question
undated
33 11
Utah West Desert and Arizona Wilderness Acts Drafts and Amendments
1999
33 12
West Desert Wilderness Proposal- Map
1999
33 13
Uintah Proposal to the Utah Public Lands Wilderness Act
undated
33 14
Acre Summaries Land Description
1999
33 15
Testimonies to the Subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands
1999
33 16
Utah BLM Wilderness Inventory Comments, Maps, and Photos
1999-2000
33 17
HR 1369- Colorado Wilderness Act
1991
33 18
Utah Public Lands Management Act
1993-1995
33 19
Citizens Opposed to More Wilderness Designations
1995 March
34 1
2 News Statewide Polls for Coalition for Utah's Future
1995 May
34 2
Millard County's Position on Withdrawing Public Multiple Use lands
1995 March
34 3
Politically Motivated, Technically Flawed: A Review of the BLM Wilderness "Re-Inventory in the State of Utah"
undated
34 4
Wilderness Designation in Utah: Issues and Potential Economic Impacts
1995 March
34 5
1999 Wilderness Inventory Evaluation- Little Egypt
1999
34 6
Juab County Wilderness Study Area
1995 March
34 7
Grand County Wilderness Recommendations
1995
34 8
Washington County Wilderness Recommendations
1995 April
34 9
Uintah County Wilderness Recommendations
1995 April
35 1
Tooele County Wilderness Study Areas Evaluation Report
1995 March
35 2
Kane County Wilderness Recommendations
1995 April
35 3
San Juan County Wilderness Recommendations
1995 April
35 4
Millard County Wilderness Recommendation
1995 April
35 5
Congressional Delegation/Gubernatorial Region Wilderness Meetings
1995 April
35 6
Congressional Delegation/Gubernatorial Region Wilderness Meetings
1995 April
35 7
Miscellaneous Wilderness Info and Responses
1995
35 8
Oil and Gas Information For Wilderness Study Areas
1995
35 9
The Adverse Economic Impacts of Wilderness Land Withdrawals in Utah
1990 January
36 1
BLM Draft EIS- Resource Development Coordinating Committee
1986 July 2
36 2
Kim S. Christy Thesis- Benefit/Cost Variables and Comparative Recreation Use Patterns of Wilderness and Non-Wilderness Areas
1988
36 3
BLM - Final Decision on Wilderness Study Areas
1980 November
36 4
Wilderness Review Maps
1989 November
36 5
Wilderness Designation in Utah: Issues and Potential Economic Impacts
1995 January
36 6
Wilcox Ranch Amendment to Senate Bill 1718
2003
36 7
Las Vegas Wash Coordination Committee
2000
36 8
A Preliminary Inventory of Paleontological Resources in Grand Staircase-Escalante
1997
36 9
Report to Accompany HR 1745- Utah Public Lands Management Act
1997
37 1
A Critical Analysis of the Utah Wilderness Review Procedures and Approach
1998
37 2
National Park Service Strategic Plans
1996-1997
37 3
Watershed Wilderness Expansion Proposal
1999 March
37 4
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance- The 1866 Mining Act
undated
37 5
US General Accounting Office- Research on Mineral Development in Grand Staircase-Escalante
1997
37 6
South Layton I-15 Interchange Environmental Assessment and Section 4 (f) Evaluation
2002 January
37 7
Southern Nevada Water Authority: 2002 Water Resource Plan and Water Budget
2002
37 8
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge- Correspondence
2000 February
37 9
Comprehensive Natural Resources Protection Act and List of National Parks and Public Lands Protection and Enhancement
2007
37 10
Committee on Resources- Committee Resolution Number 2
2002
37 11
Babbitt BLM Reinventory
1999
37 12
Utah Wilderness Coalition's "Re-Inventory": Citizen's Proposal
1999-2000
37 13
National Wilderness Act Information and Designation
1992, 1998
37 14
Proposed Wilderness in Utah's National Parks
1999
37 15
NPS Wilderness- Original Maps
c.2001
37 16
Utah BLM Wilderness Study Area Planning Project- Comment of Kennecott Exploration Company
1999
37 17
Utah wilderness and School Trust lands Protection Act of 1998
1998-1999
37 18
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance- 9.1 Million Acre Proposal, Area by Area Analysis
undated
37 19
Wilderness Reinventory Issue- SUWA v. Babbitt
2000 December
37 20
Memorandum: Criteria Used for Wilderness Suitability: Wilderness Inventory and Study Procedures
2002
37 21
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance- "Wilderness Society Propaganda"
1999
37 22
Fort Irwin Wilderness- Correspondence
2001
37 23
Washington County Wilderness- Correspondence
2001
38 1
West Desert Wilderness: Maps, Acreage, Miscellaneous
1990s
38 2
Juab County 1999 Wilderness Inventory
1999
38 3
Juab County- Wilderness Recommendation Packet
1995
38 4
Arctic- Power- ANWR Information Packet
2001
38 5
Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR)- Correspondence
2001
38 6
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance- Kane County Road Work
1996
38 7
Miscellaneous Correspondence and Report on Wilderness Designation
1995-1997
38 8
Utah Public Lands Management Act
1995
38 9
Letters and Reports on Specific Exclusions from Wilderness Designations
1995
38 10
Proposed Wilderness Area- Emery County Map
1995 June
38 11
San Juan County Commission Correspondence
1995 June
38 12
Daggett County Wilderness Recommendation
1995
38 13
Carbon County Wilderness Recommendation
1995
38 14
Uintah County Wilderness Recommendations
undated
38 15
Beaver County, UT Wilderness Recommendation
1997
38 16
Garfield County Wilderness Recommendation for the 1995 Utah Wilderness Act
1995
38 17
Wilderness Status Map and Recommended Wilderness Map
1992, 1995
39 1
Gas and Power Companies Comments on Utah Wilderness Inventory
1999 June
39 2
Grand County Council Wilderness Resolutions and Map
1999 June
39 3
Miscellaneous Correspondence on Utah Wilderness and Its Protection
1999 June
39 4
Testimonials and Correspondence on Wilderness Study Areas
1999 June
39 5
Wildlands Project Binder I
1990s
39 6
Wildlands Project Binder II
1990s
39 7
PacifiCorp's Comments on Proposed Wilderness Study Areas in Utah
1995 April
39 8
San Juan County Commission- Utah BLM Wilderness Reinventory
1997
39 9
Harvey Merrell- Geologic Review and Evaluation of BLM Wilderness Study Area Located in Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan Counties
1986 June
39 10
Washington County Wilderness Bill- Correspondence
1997 November
39 11
Wayne County Wilderness Bill- Correspondence
1997 November
40 1
Millard County Proposed Wilderness Area- Reports and Maps
1997-1999
40 2
Blue Ribbon Coalition on BLM Wilderness Study Areas on the Uintah National Forest, Wasatch- Cache National Forest
1999 June
40 3
Intermountain Power Agency Comments on Proposed Wilderness Inventory
1995
40 4
Mount Pennell Cattle Company Assessment of Wilderness Inventory
undated
40 5
Memo to Congressman Hansen- Languages from Past Wilderness Legislation
1999
40 6
Miscellaneous Wilderness Reports and Correspondence
1999
40 7
Cedar Mountain Wilderness Designation Act of 2002
2002
40 8
Draft Executive Order- Use of Off-Roads Vehicles on Wilderness Study Areas
undated
40 9
Federal Register- State Responses of the Urban Wildland Interface Communities and the Urban Wildland Community List
2001
40 10
CRS Report- Wilderness Legislation: History of Release Language, 1979-1992
1993
40 11
CRS Report- Wilderness: Overview and Statistics
1996
40 12
Preservation of Wilderness Areas- An Analysis of Opinion on the Problem
1940s
40 13
CRS Report- Wilderness Laws: Prohibited and Permitted Uses
1998
40 14
Controversy Over Proposal to Establish a Wilderness Area System Pro and Con
1961
40 15
Wilderness Congressional Record Overview
1980s
40 16
Wilderness Congressional Record- Volume 6
1964
40 17
Wilderness Congressional Record- Volume 5
1963
40 18
Correspondence that Mentions the Endangered Species Act
2002
40 19
1998 Action on the Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission (URMCC)
2002
40 20
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation- Projects and Funds
c.1997
40 21
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation- Summary of Challenge Grant Program, 1986-1998
1998
40 22
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation- 1998 Annual Report
1998
40 23
Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area- Interpretive Master Plan
2000
41 1
A Citizen's Proposal to Protect the Wild Rivers of Utah
undated
41 2
The Great Salt Lake Nature Center at Farmington Bay
undated
41 3
Photographs Along the Weber River
undated
41 4
Red Cliffs Desert Reserve Exchange Act Bill and Maps
2000
41 5
Red Cliffs Desert Reserve
2000
41 6
History of Book Cliffs Conservation Initiative and Correspondence
1996-1997
41 7
A Photographic History of Vegetation and Stream Changes in San Juan County, Utah
2000 July
41 8
Letter from Robert Redford to Bill Clinton about Utah
1996
41 9
Inventory of Utah Flora
undated
41 10
The Final Act of the Greatest Conservation President
1980
41 11
Cameron et al v. United States, Wyoming v. Franke, Alaska v. Carter
2000
41 12
Craig Rosebraugh, Spokesman for Earth Liberation Front, Testimony
2002
41 13
Motion to Subpoena Craig Rosebraugh
2001 October
41 14
The Nature Conservancy of Utah
2001
41 15
Bureau of Reclamation and the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District
2001
41 16
Valles Caldera Preservation Act
2000
41 17
Request for an Investigation into Conduct by Federal Government Scientists in National Lynx Survey
2002
41 18
Sierra Club's Denunciation of Terrorist Acts
2001
41 19
Oversight hearing on Eco-Terrorism and Lawlessness on the National Forests
2002
41 20
Winningreen- A Plan for Establishing and Selling an American Environmental Agenda
2001
41 21
Battered Communities: How Wealthy Private Foundations, Grant-Driven, Environmental Groups, and Activist Federal Employees Combine to Systematically Cripple Rural Economies
2002
41 22
Republican Environmental Accomplishments from 107th Congress
2001
41 23
Sarah Foster- House Green Lights Major Enviro Bill
2002
41 24
General Accounting Office- Study of Organization of the National Wildlife Refuge System
2002
41 25
Examples of State Fish and Wildlife Agencies' FY 2001 Appropriations Project
2001
41 26
US Fish and Wildlife Service- List of Offices
2001
41 27
Statement by James V. Hansen Upon Introduction of the Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery Conveyance Act
2001
42 1
Acquisition of the Shootaring Canyon Project by PRL
1998-1999
42 2
Bonneville Resource Conservation and Development Council, Inc.
2000-2001
42 3
Ecological Coalition of Students- Utah State University
undated
42 4
Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP)
1999
42 5
Essential Fish Habitat Legislative Notebook
2002
42 6
American Zoo and Aquarium Association
2001 May
42 7
Subcommittee on Fisheries Conservation, Wildlife and Oceans
2002
42 8
Protection America's Wolves Act
1999
42 9
Interview with Robert Redford and Letter to the Editor
1996 December
42 10
Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum
undated
42 11
Dugout Ranch and the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Conservation
2001
42 12
Blue Goose Alliance- Restoring the National Wildlife Refuge System
2000-2001
42 13
Tom Knudson- Fat of the Land; Movement's Prosperity Comes at a High Price
2001
42 14
Exploration and Production: Preservation of the Environment
2001
42 15
Green Scissors 2002 Report
2002
42 16
Memorandum- Coastal Zone management Act Reauthorization
2002
42 17
Charles E. Kay- Use of Photos to Evaluate Long-Term Vegetation Change and Land Management in South-Central Utah
2002 January
42 18
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Trip Photos
2001
42 19
Estimated Cost to the BLM Introduction to Resource Protection Training Program
2002
42 20
Requests for Funding for the Recovery Implementation Program for Endangered Fish Species of the Upper Colorado River Basin (Recovery Program)
2001 March
42 21
Migratory Bird Treaty Act- Congressional Correspondence
2002
42 22
Georgetown Environmental Law and Policy Institute: Pricing the Priceless; Cost-Benefit Analysis of Environmental Protection
2002
42 23
The Bush Administration's Environmental Record- A Year of Accomplishments
2002 March
42 24
Division of Wildlife Resources Issue in Northeastern Utah
2001 December
42 25
Appeals and Litigation Filed by Utah Environmental Congress
2000s
43 1
The Geology of Kane County, Utah- Utah Geological and Mineral Survey
1989
43 2
Topography and Geology of Kane County, Utah- Maps
1989
43 3
Kaiparowits Basin on Old Frontier with New Potential
1984
43 4
Utah Geological and Mineral Survey- Maps and Graphs
undated
43 5
Map: Deep Creek Mountains
undated
43 6
Washington County Correspondence about Habitat conservation Plan (HCP)
1998
43 7
A Survey of Natural Landmark Areas of the North Portion of the Colorado Plateau: Biotic and Geologic Themes
1980 May
43 8
Correspondence on Subpoena of White House Documents
1996
43 9
Correspondence with Council on Environmental Quality
1997
43 10
Documents Submitted by Council on Environmental Quality: #1-20
1997
43 11
Documents Submitted by Council on Environmental Quality: #21-40
1997
43 12
Documents Submitted by Council on Environmental Quality: #41-60
1997
44 1
Documents Submitted by Council on Environmental Quality: #61-70
1997
44 2
Documents Submitted by Council on Environmental Quality: #71-80
1997
44 3
Documents Submitted by Council on Environmental Quality: #81-108
1997
44 4
Williams, Questar, and Kern River Pipeline Project- Draft Environmental Impact Statement
2001
45 1
Exhibits to Comments of Sinclair Oil Corporation Regarding the Adequacy and Accuracy of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement Published by the BLM
2001
45 2
Final- Volume I- Environmental Impact Statement Questar, Williams, and Kern River Pipeline Project
2001
45 3
Final- Volume II (Appendices)- Environment Impact Statement Questar, Williams, and Kern River Pipeline Project
2001
46 1
Questar Pipeline Company- Plan of Development Main Line 104 Pipeline Project
2000
46 2
Williams Petroleum Products Pipeline
2001
46 3
Williams, Questar, and Kern River Pipeline Projects Draft Environmental Impact Statement Summary
2001
46 4
Final-Summary- Environmental Impact Statement- Questar, Williams, and Kern River Pipeline Project
2001
46 5
Record of Decision for Natural Gas Pipeline Project- Questar
2001
46 6
Virgin River Management Plan (VRMP)
1999
46 7
Great Western Trail- National Trail Study
2000
46 8
Handbook of Mineral Law
undated
46 9
Ziegler Chemical and Mineral Corp Info on Study Area
1999
47 1
Wilderness at the Edge: A Citizen's Proposal to Protect Utah's Canyons and Deserts
1992
47 2
Energy and Mineral Resources Subcommittee Agenda for 2nd Session of the 107th Congress
2001 December 20
47 3
National Mining Association- Clean Coal Technology: A Story of Success
c.2002
47 4
National Mining Association: Making a National Minerals Policy a Reality
2002
47 5
Mining Law Reform According to Rep. Nick Rahall
2001 February
47 6
TotalFinalElf Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Tour
2002 June
47 7
Deepwater Drilling Rigs: Pamphlet
undated
47 8
American Petroleum Institute Information Packet
c.2000s
47 9
News Articles and Map of Mineral Rights on the Everglades in Florida
2002
47 10
Coordinated Oil and Gas Management Act of 2002
2002
47 11
Summary of Democratic Amendment in the Natural of a Substitute
2001
47 12
Summary of Hearing March-May
undated
47 13
Assessing Future Needs and Uses of the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund Established by the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977
2000 May
47 14
Glamis Gold Imperial Project
2002 October
47 15
Mineral Report- Bureau of Land Management
1984
47 16
Anschutz Exploration Corporation
2001
47 17
Qualitative Appraisal of Oil, Gas, Coal, and Coal-Bed Methane in 21 US National Monuments Established or Expanded Between 1996-2001
2001
47 18
CRS Report for Congress- Arctic Petroleum Development: Implications of Advances in Technology
2001 June
47 19
Hearing on National Energy Policy
2001 June
47 20
"Hansen's Questions for Norton" and Energy Production on Federal and Indian Lands
2001
47 21
Reports and Recommendations on National Energy Policy
2001
47 22
Committee on Resources Republican Members 107th Congress
2001 June
48 1
Chairman James V. Hansen Two-Minute Response on ANWR Amendment
2001
48 2
ANWR Talking Points
undated
48 3
Executive Orders by President George W. Bush Since May 15, 2001 Dealing with Energy Policy
2001
48 4
O. Jay Gatten, North American Exploration, Inc. - "Some News Items From the Mining Industry's Viewpoint"
2001 February
48 5
A National Report on America's Energy Crisis- Remarks by US Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham a National Energy Summit
2001 March 19
48 6
Arctic Power- A Case for Oil Development in Alaska
2001 March
48 7
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers- "Canada's Oil and Natural Gas in the North American Energy Market" Seminar
2001 May
48 8
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers- Oil and Natural Gas Market and Industry Info
2001
48 9
Energy Policy: An Action Agenda for Coal and Uranium
2001 May
48 10
Rules for the Committee on Resources- US House of Representatives 106th Congress and 107th Congress
1999-2001
48 11
National Mining Association- 3809 Regulatory Statues
2001
48 12
Resources Committee- 200 Accomplishments; Legislative Summary
2001
48 13
Amendments and Memoranda Regarding Nuclear Energy
2000s
48 14
Robert Weidner Lobbying Report and Letter to the Editor
2001 August
48 15
Energy and Natural Resource Committee Proposed Packages
2001
48 16
Mineral Resources of the Kaiparowits Plateau- Coal
1997
48 17
Questions for the Witnesses Full Committee Hearing on Alternative Energy Potential on Federal Lands
2001 October
48 18
Committee on Resources- Energy Legislation Timeline
undated
48 19
Chairman Hansen's Opening Statement- Hearing on Public Lands and Sustainable Energy Policy
2001 March 7
48 20
Democratic Policy Committee- Special Interest Report: GOP Grand Oil Party and Six Years of Energy Inaction and Intransigence from the GOP Congress
2001 March
48 21
"Immunizing America to the California Syndrome: Timely Infusions of coal to Prevent Power Failure"- National Mining Association
2001 April
49 1
National Energy Policy- Summary of Recommendations
undated
49 2
Side-by-Side of National Energy Plans: republican Energy Act, Bush Campaign, Democrat Energy Policy Act
2001
49 3
Energy and the Environment: A Cleaner, Safer, Economically Secure America
2001 May
49 4
CODEL Hansen Report
2002
49 5
Guest List for the Reception Held by the Foreign Minister and His Wife in Honor of the CODEL Hansen House of Culture
2001 August
49 6
Planning for CODEL Hansen
2001
49 7
American Embassy- Reykjavik, Iceland
2001
49 8
Eiderduck Farming in Iceland
undated
49 9
Witness the Arctic- Arctic Research Consortium of the US Member Institution
2001
49 10
Statoil- Pipeline Technology
2001
49 11
Icelandic Sites on the Itinerary for CODEL Hansen
2001
49 12
Landsvirkjun- The National Power Company: Sustainable Energy for a Sustainable Culture
undated
49 13
Iceland- Information Pamphlets, Travel Guides
2001
49 14
CODEL Briefing Paper: Individual Fishing Quotas (IFQ's)
c.2001
49 15
Articles about Denmark
c.2000s
49 16
CODEL Hansen in Norway: Norwegian Forestry Fishing
2001
49 17
US European Command (USEUCOM) Area of Responsibility (AOR)
2001
49 18
CODEL Briefing Paper: Whaling in Europe
2001
49 19
Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977
1993 December 31
49 20
Utah Geological Survey- A Summary 9of the Geologic Resource Atlas of Utah
1999 January
49 21
Intermountain Power Project- Notch and Howell Peak Map
undated
49 22
Miscellaneous Talking Points
undated
49 23
House Resource Committee Energy/Conservation One-Minutes
undated
49 24
Blue Dog Coalition- Energy Solutions for the 21st Century
undated
49 25
Side-by-Side National Energy Plans
2001 March
50 1
Energy Package Preliminary Discussion Draft
2001 May
50 2
Committee on Resources- Summary of Democratic Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute to the Committee Republican Energy Bill
2001 July
50 3
Mining on Federal Lands- Information Resource
undated
50 4
Alliance for Energy and Economic Growth- On Energy Policy
2001 May
50 5
Letter from Alliance for Energy and Economic Growth on Lease Sale on Gulf of Mexico
2001 June 27
50 6
National Energy Policy Oversight Hearings from 107th Congress
2001
50 7
Talking Points and Statement on Oil and Gas Leasing Program on Coastal Plain of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
undated
50 8
Report of the National Energy Policy Development Group- Reliable, Affordable, and Environmentally Sound Energy for America's Future
2001 May
50 9
Opening Statement Chairman Hansen- Hearing on Energy Policy
2001 June 6
50 10
Reasons to Oppose Inslee Amendment- Hardrock Mining Regulations
c.2003
50 11
Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Act- Tony Knowles to James Hansen
2002
50 12
Fuel and Energy Information: Utah
2002
50 13
Key Points Regarding OCS Lease Sale 181
2000s
50 14
Correspondence- Refinery Shortages
2001
50 15
Kerogen Oil Value Enhancement Cooperative Agreement- Report and Program Summary
1998
50 16
Briefing Paper: Pinion- Juniper and Letter on Grazing Reports
1997, 2002
50 17
Atlas Uranium Mill Trailings Near Moab- Intensive Colorado River Water Quality Sampling Results
1997, 2002
50 18
United States of America Nuclear Regulatory Commission: Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Panel
1999
50 19
3809 Regulation- Mining Law Reform
2001
50 20
Duration of Spent Fuel Storage at the Proposed Facility in Skull Valley, Utah
2001
50 21
The Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians vs. Michael O. Leavitt
2001
50 22
A Summary of the Geologic Resource Atlas of Utah
1999
50 23
Miscellaneous Articles, Talking Points on Energy Policy
2000s
50 24
Major Differences from House- Senate Energy Bill
undated
50 25
Geothermal Military Provision (Section 6305 on HR 4)
2002
50 26
Geothermal Steam Act of 1970
2002
50 27
Questar, Kern River, and Williams Pipeline Project
2001
50 28
Proposed Citizen Initiative Regarding Nuclear Waste Disposal in Utah
2002
50 29
Beaver County- Pearl Queen Perlite Corporation
1999 June
50 30
PacifiCorp- Transmission System Facilities Overlay
1999
50 31
Brush Wellman, Inc. Beryllium/Mining Division: Land Status Map Juab County, UT
1999 March
51 1
Intermountain Power Agency Comments on the BLM's 1999 Proposed Additional Wilderness Study Areas
1999 June
51 2
Sierra Gigante Resources Inc.- Geological Survey: Mineral Resource Data System
1999 June
51 3
Hearing on the National Energy Policy- Committee Hearings of the House of Representative
2001 June
51 4
Briefing Paper on Energy Security Act
2001
51 5
Reports on MTBE, ETBE, and Other Ethanol Gasoline Info
2000s
51 6
Ethanol Demand, Production, and Other Maps and Graphs
2002
51 7
National Mining Association on the House Interior Appropriations Bill (HR 2217)
2001 October
51 8
Department on Energy Budget Report
c.2001
51 9
Outline: National Electricity and Environmental Technology Act
2001 July
51 10
Testimonies Concerning the Arctic Coastal Plain Energy Security Act
2001 July 11
51 11
Vice President Cheney's Remarks on Energy Policy
2001 April 30
51 12
Oil Development in America's Arctic
undated
51 13
Against the Wind: The Economic Impact of Incentives During the Oil Price Collapse
c.1998
51 14
Marginal Oil and Gas: Fuel for Economic Growth
2001
51 15
A Dependent National: How Federal Oil and Natural Gas Policy is Eroding America's Economic Independence
c.2000
51 16
Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission
undated
51 17
Investments in Energy Security: State Incentives to Maximize Oil and Gas Recovery
1999 December
51 18
Principles for Mining Law of 1872 Reform
2002 January
51 19
The Mining and Minerals Policy Act Passed by Congress in 1970
c.2001
51 20
CRS Issue Brief for Congress- Mining on Federal Lands
2001 November
51 21
Utah Department of Natural Resources: 2001 Legislative Report
2001
52 1
Making Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1999
1998 October 19
52 2
Omnibus Energy Legislation: HR 4 Side-by-Side Comparison- Report for Congress
2002 June
52 3
Hearings on National Energy Policy
2001 June
52 4
Citation Oil and Gas Corp Requesting Boundaries to be Redrawn in Grand Staircase-Escalante
1997
52 5
Grand Staircase-Escalante- Conoco Oil Applying to Drill at Reese Canyon
1997
53 1
Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments
2000
53 2
Assessing the Coal Resources of the United States
1990s
53 3
Information on the Kaiparowits Plateau Geology, Environment, Natural History, and Resources
1996
53 4
Andalex Resources and the Proposed Smoky Hollow Mine: Fiscal Impact Analysis Economic Overview
1993
53 5
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance- Kaiparowits: Beauty or Boondoggle
undated
53 6
Utah Wilderness Action Alert- Escalante and Smoky Hollow Mine
1996
53 7
Environmental Impact Statement- Kaiparowits
1996
53 8
Kaiparowits Plateau Coal Mining Right-of-Way
1996
53 9
US Geologic Survey- National Coal Resource Assessment (CD)
2000
53 10
Amendment to the CALFED Program
2001
53 11
West Desert Pumping Project- Air Force Correspondence
1986
53 12
Bear River Feasibility Studies Act
2001
53 13
Water Forfeiture Amendments
2002
53 14
Guidelines for Preparing, Reviewing, and Processing Water Reclamation and Reuse Project Proposals
1998 December
54 1
Water Recycling and Water Reuse and the Santa Ana River Watershed- Legislative Briefing Book
1990s-2000s
54 2
Duchesne City Water Rights Conveyance Act
1999
54 3
Nielsen and Senior Attorneys- Duchesne City Water Rights Correspondence
1999
54 4
Water Rights Language
1993
54 5
An Historical and Legal Analysis of Water Rights Nos. 43-203 and 43-180: Prepared by Nielsen and Senior, PC for Duchesne City
1999 March
54 6
Wild and Scenic Bill
2002
54 7
Wild and Scenic Rivers Conservation Acts
2001
54 8
Central Arizona Project- Arizona's Single Largest Resource for Renewable Water Supplies
2002
54 9
Colorado River Management- Statement by Hansen and Correspondence
2001
54 10
West Basin Municipal Water District- District Briefing
2002 January
54 11
Preliminary Design and Cost Estimate for Lone Rock Pump Station- Final Report
2001 June
55 1
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
2001
55 2
Comments of Ronald R. Gastelum Regarding California's Colorado River Water Use Plan
2001
55 3
Imperial Irrigation District and Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Water Conservation Program : Final Program Construction Report
2000
55 4
The Salton Sea, California- Information Packet
c.2001
55 5
Memorandum- Colorado River: Quantification Settlement Agreement
2002
55 6
California's Critical Choice on Colorado River Allocation Focus of Water Conference
2002
55 7
Southern California Water Recycling
2002
55 8
Proposed Action Wasatch-Cache National Forest Plan Revision
1999
55 9
Annual Progress Report to the California State Legislature: Achievements in Conservation, Recycling, and Groundwater Recharge
2002 February
55 10
Draft Eligibility Inventory for Wild and Scenic Reivers on the Wasatch Cache National Forest
c.1999
55 11
Inventory of Rivers on the Wasatch-Cache National Forest Eligible for Inclusion in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Systems
1999
55 12
Layton City Water Tank
2002
55 13
Washington County, Utah, Arizona, and Nevada Virgin River Wild and Scenic River Designation
2002
55 14
The James V. Hansen Greenway: Party of the Ogden-Weber Rivers Legacy Parkway Submitted by Weber Pathways
2002
55 15
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
undated
55 16
Transmittal of SB 60 Report on Water Conservation in Southern California
2002
55 17
Subcommittee on Water and Power
2000
55 18
Federal Water Project Recreation Act
2001 July
56 1
County Commission Letters to Citizens Proposal
1999
56 2
Critical Analysis of the Utah BLM Wilderness Review and Re-Inventory Procedures and Approach: Report
1996, 1998
56 3
An Application of the Recreational Opportunity Spectrum to the Utah Wilderness Debate
1998 December
56 4
Utah West Desert Wilderness Proposal- Correspondence
1997-1999
56 5
Amendments of the Central Utah Project Completion Act
c.2002
56 6
Budget Justifications of Central Utah Project Completion Act I
2003
56 7
Budget Justifications of Central Utah Project Completion Act II
2003
56 8
Bureau of Reclamation- Water and Related Resource Budget Report
c.2001
56 9
Jarbridge River in Bull Trout, Nevada- Environmental Reports
2002
56 10
Grand Canyon Trust- Review of Water Supply Needs in Washington County, UT
2000
56 11
Wasatch-Cache National Forest- Land and Resource Management Plan Revision (CD)
2001
56 12
Envision Utah Model Codes and Analysis Codes for Quality Growth (CD)
2000
56 13
Headwaters Forest and Related Issues Task Force
2001
57 1
Statement by Hansen Regarding Staff Report for the Task Force on Headwaters Forests and Related Issues
2001
57 2
National Fire Plan
2002
57 3
Forest Legacy Program Funding for 2002 and 2004
2002
57 4
Power to Hurt; The Role of Wealthy Private Foundations in Undermining Congressional Policy on the National Forests
2000
57 5
A Bill to Convey Real Property in the Dixie National forest in Utah
2002
57 6
Healthy Forests: An Initiative for Wildfire Prevention and Stronger Communities
2002
57 7
Ashley National Forest Guide to Public Involvement Opportunities
1999
57 8
South Spruce Ecosystem Rehabilitation Project- Reports, Environmental Impacts and Map
1999
57 9
Wasatch-Cache National Forest- Forest Plan Revision
1999 May
57 10
Draft Inventory of Unroaded and Undeveloped Lands on the Uinta National Forest
1999
57 11
Uinta and Wasatch-Cache National Forests- Schedule of Proposed Actions: Spring Edition
1999 May
57 12
Uinta and Wasatch-Cache National Forests- Schedule of Proposed Actions: Summer Edition
1999 July
57 13
A Few Changes for Proposed Action for the Forest Plan Revision
1999 October
57 14
Wasatch-Cache Forest Plan Revision- Correspondence
1999 June
57 15
Oversight Hearing on the Future of the United States Forest Service
2002 May
57 16
Subcommittee on Forests and Forest Health Oversight Hearing on Community Based Land Management and Charter Forests
2002 April
57 17
Sierra Nevada Forest Plan Amendment Appeal Decision
2001
57 18
Administrative Separation of the San Juan and Rio Grande National Forests
1999
57 19
Consolidation of the Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station with the Intermountain Research Station
1997-2001
57 20
Budgetary Reports of Administration Units in Fort Collins and Ogden
c.2000
57 21
"Reinvention of the Forest Service: The Changes Begin" and Related Documents
2000
57 22
General Accounting Office's Congressional Protocols
2000
57 23
USDA Workforce Analysis and Reconstructuring Plan- Rocky Mountain Research Station
2001
57 24
A Collaborative Approach for Reducing Wildland Fire Risks to Communities and the Environment 10-Year Comprehensive Strategy-Implementation Plan
2002
57 25
Legislative Proposals to Implement the Healthy Forests Initiative
2002
57 26
Wildlife Issues- Correspondence
2000s
57 27
Message for Sierra Club Leaders- Fighting for our Forests
2002 July
57 28
Utah Forestry Programs, Information, Fact Sheets, and Funding Requests
2002
57 29
Compilation of Selected Laws Concerning National Parks and Related Matters
1997
58 1
Rocky Mountain Research Station- Research Accomplishments
2002
58 2
Northern Forest Fiscal Year 2003
c.2003
58 3
National Fire Plan Research and Development- Business Summary
2001
58 4
Protection of the White Pine Canyon by the Forest Service
1999
58 5
Proposed Destruction of the Nielsen Cabin in Manti-LaSal National Forest
1999-2001
58 6
Photo: Sidney Valley- Dixie National Forest
1993, 1995
58 7
Draft: Ten-Year Comprehensive Strategy for Restoring Health to Fire-Adapted Ecosystems
2001
58 8
US House of Rep. Western Caucus: "Wildfire, Harvest, and Thinning Acreage Statistics"
c.2003
58 9
Miscellaneous Correspondence, Including "Thank You" Notes
2001-2002
58 10
Convention/Visitors Bureau Ogden, Utah- Photography Collection CDs
undated
58 11
"Welcome to San Juan County, Utah!"- CD Containing Photos and Screen Saver Software
undated
58 12
CD with Photos of Utah Deserts
2001
58 13
Davis-Bacon Act- Cost Impact and Call to Repeal
2001
58 14
"So So Goi- Lifeways of the Northwestern Shoshone"
undated
58 15
Pia Toya: A Goshute Indian Legend
1999-2000
59 1
Letters in Opposition to HR 3605- San Rafael Western Legacy District and National Conservation Act
2000
59 2
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument- Management Plan
1999 November
59 3
Monuments on the Colorado Plateau
undated
59 4
Villages of Snow Canyon: Maps
20001
59 5
Red Cliffs Desert Reserve: Map
2000
59 6
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge- Settlement Agreement
2001
59 7
Map: North Utah Trail System
2001
59 8
Map: Pilot Peak
undated
59 9
Map: Fiddler Butte
undated
59 10
Map: Utah-Areas of Responsibility and Land Ownership
2001 May
59 11
Millard County Wilderness Proposal- Maps and Letters from Michael O. Leavitt
1999 July
59 12
Ziegler Chemical and Mineral Corp.- Comments Maps and Photos on Proposed Wilderness Areas
1999 June
59 13
Prototype Presidential Proclamation- New National Monument Including Anthropological Basis for Creation
1978
59 14
Natural Resources Defense Council Correspondence
undated
59 15
Carbon County Wilderness Proposal Plan- Map
1995 May
59 16
Kane County Proposed Wilderness Area Map
undated
59 17
Deep Creek Wilderness
1999
59 18
Miscellaneous News Reports
1990s
60 1
Utah Wilderness Inventory
1999
60 2
Emery County Wilderness Photos
1995 April
60 3
Las Vegas Valley BLM Land Exchanges
1997
60 4
Environmental Land Technology- Land and Trust Deeds
1995-1997, 2000

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