Guide to the Paul G. Hatfield Papers, 1977-2000  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hatfield, Paul G. (Paul Gerhart), 1920-2000
Title
Guide to the Paul G. Hatfield Papers
Dates
1977-2000 (inclusive)
Quantity
33.25 linear feet, (60 archival boxes and 2 oversize boxes)
Collection Number
Mss 077
Summary
This collection contains the papers Paul Hatfield generated and collected while serving in the U.S. Senate and as a Federal judge for the U.S. District Court in Montana. Materials include biographical records, correspondence, legislative and judicial documents, news releases, speeches, research materials, campaign memorabilia, memorials, and a copy of Hatfield's official Senate portrait.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and the University of Montana-Missoula.

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


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Paul Gerhart Hatfield was born April 29, 1928 in Great Falls, Montana. He graduated from Great Falls High School in 1947 and attended the College of Great Falls for pre-law training until 1950. In 1951, he entered the U.S. Army and served in the Signal Corps in Korea from 1952 to 1953. He attended the University of Montana--Missoula's Law School, and graduated in 1955.

He was associated with the law firms of Hoffman and Cure and Jardine, Stephenson, Blewett and Weaver from 1955 to 1958 and became partner in the law firm of Hatfield and Hatfield in 1959. That same year, he became Chief Deputy County Attorney in Cascade County, Montana, and served until 1960. He was then elected 8th Judicial District Judge, and served until 1976. In 1976, he was elected Chief Justice of the Montana Supreme Court, and served in that position until 1978.

In 1978, he was appointed to the U.S. Senate to the Second Session of the 95th Congress, to complete the term of Senator Lee Metcalf, who died in office. In the Senate, he served on the Armed Services Committee and the Judiciary Committee. He was chairman of the Subcommittee on Penitentiaries and Corrections.

Following his time in Congress, Hatfield was appointed as judge to the U.S. District Court in Great Falls, Montana. He served in that position until his death.

Hatfield received the University of Great Falls' Distinguished Alumni Award in 1999. He was also active in both St. Joseph's and St. Ann's parishes in Great Falls.

Hatfield was married to Great Falls attorney Dorothy Ann Allen. They had three children: Kathleen Helen, Susan Ann, and Paul Allen. He died in July of 2000.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection contains the papers Paul Hatfield generated and collected while serving in the U.S. Senate and as a Federal judge. Materials include biographical records, correspondence, legislative and judicial documents, news releases, speeches, research materials, campaign memorabilia, memorials, and a copy of Hatfield's official Senate portrait. These materials document Paul Hatfield's efforts on behalf of constituents while in the U.S. Senate, his participation in Democratic Party strategy meetings, his commitment to procedural reforms within the Federal judiciary, and the recognition he gained among his peers for his long years of public service. Collection items lend insights into Hatfield's opinions regarding both broad and specific social, political, and judicial issues--chief among these were federal court procedural reforms in response to technological innovations and the explosion of federal court filings during the second half of the 20th Century.

This collection also contains correspondence, research materials, policy recommendations, and legislative drafts generated and collected by Opal Winebrenner. Ms. Winebrenner was a counselor and legislative aide to Senator Hatfield who focused on social issues, particularly aging, health, education, and women's issues.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright transferred to the University of Montana.

Preferred Citation

[Name of document or photograph number], Paul G. Hatfield Papers, Archives and Special Collections, The University of Montana—Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Subgroup 1:  U.S. Senate, 1977-1978Return to Top

30.5 linear feet

This subgroup contains the papers Paul Hatfield generated and collected while serving in the U.S. Senate to complete Lee Metcalf's term in office. Materials include incoming and outgoing correspondence, legislative documents, official news releases, speeches, documents compiled by a key staff member, reports from the Democratic Study Group, campaign memorabilia, and a copy of Hatfield's offical Senate portrait. These materials document Paul Hatfield's efforts on behalf of his constituents and participation in Democratic Party strategy meetings. File arrangement for series I through IV follow the organizational structure created by Senator Hatfield's office staff.

Container(s) Description Dates
Series I: Correspondence
21.0 linear feet
This series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence from Senator Hatfield's office. Materials include correspondence with constituents, field experts, and fellow congressional members. Correspondence materials primarily consist of incoming letters from constituents and outgoing inquires on behalf of or responses to constituents. Though more limited in numbers, this series also contains correspondence with other political representatives and consultants regarding legislative strategies and broad Congressional issues. Materials in this series are arranged alphabetically by general topic areas.
1978
Box/Folder
1/1
Action Agency
1978
1/2
Agriculture, General
July-December 1978
1/3
Agriculture, General
May-June 1978
1/4
Agriculture, General
February-April 1978
1/5
Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration
1978
1/6
Agriculture, Forest Service
October-December 1978
1/7
Agriculture, Forest Service
October 13-18, 1978
1/8
Agriculture, Forest Service
October 4-11, 1978
1/9
Agriculture, Forest Service
October 2, 1978
1/10
Agriculture, Forest Service
September 29-30, 1978
2/1
Agriculture, Forest Service
September 27-28, 1978
2/2
Agriculture, Forest Service
September 21-26, 1978
2/3
Agriculture, Forest Service
September 1-20, 1978
2/4
Agriculture, Forest Service
July-August 1978
2/5
Agriculture, Forest Service
May-June 1978
2/6
Agriculture, Forest Service
April 4-26, 1978
2/7
Agriculture, Forest Service
March-April 1978
2/8
Agriculture, Forest Service, Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE) II (flexo)
1978
3/1
Agriculture, Forest Service, Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE) II (flexo)
1978
3/2
Agriculture, Forest Service, Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE) II (flexo)
1978
3/3
Agriculture, Rural Electrification Administration
1978
3/4
Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service
1978
3/5
Air Force, General
1978
3/6
Appointments
1978
3/7
Appreciation
1978
3/8
Appropriations, General
1978
3/9
Appropriations, Agriculture
1978
3/10
Appropriations, Housing and Urban Development and Independent Agencies
1978
3/11
Appropriations, Interior and Related Agencies
July-October 1978
3/12
Appropriations, Interior and Related Agencies
June 30, 1978
3/13
Appropriations, Interior and Related Agencies
June 27, 1978
4/1
Appropriations, Interior and Related Agencies
April 18-June 19, 1978
4/2
Appropriations, Labor, Health, Education, and Welfare
June-December 1978
4/3
Appropriations, Labor, Health, Education, and Welfare
April-May 1978
4/4
Appropriations, Labor, Health, Education, and Welfare
February-March 1978
4/5
Appropriations, Public Works
1978
4/6
Appropriations, State, Justice and Commerce
1978
4/7
Army, General
1978
4/8
Army, Corps of Engineers
October-December 1978
4/9
Army, Corps of Engineers
July-August 1978
5/1
Army, Corps of Engineers
June 1978
5/2
Army, Corps of Engineers
February-May 1978
5/3
Army, Corps of Engineers, Libby Dam
September 22-October 11, 1978
5/4
Army, Corps of Engineers, Libby Dam
September 22, 1978
5/5
Army, Corps of Engineers, Libby Dam
August 22-September 20, 1978
5/6
Army, Corps of Engineers, Libby Dam
August 2, 1978
5/7
Army, Corps of Engineers, Libby Dam
June-July 1978
5/8
Army, Corps of Engineers, Libby Dam
April-May 1978
5/9
CHAMPUS, Civilian Health and Medical Program of Uniformed Services
1978
5/10
Civil Aeronautics Board
1978
6/1
Civil Service Commission
1978
6/2
Consumer Product Safety Commission
1978
6/3
Commerce, General
1978
6/4
Commerce, Economic Development Administration
1978
6/5
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
1978
6/6
Community Services Administration
1978
6/7
Condolences
1978
6/8
Congratulations
1978
6/9
Congratulations
1978
6/10
Defense Department
1978
6/11
Employment, General
1978
6/12
Employment, Hatfield Office Positions
1978
6/13
Employment, Judiciary Committee Positions
1978
7/1
Employment, Summer Interns
1978
7/2
Energy Department, General
June-September 1978
7/3
Energy Department, General
March 21-May 30, 1978
7/4
Energy Department, General
February-March 20, 1978
7/5
Environmental Protection Agency
October 1978
7/6
Environmental Protection Agency
August-September 1978
7/7
Environmental Protection Agency
July 1978
7/8
Environmental Protection Agency
June 1978
7/9
Environmental Protection Agency
April-May 1978
8/1
Environmental Protection Agency
February-March 1978
8/2
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
1978
8/3
Federal Aviation Administration
1978
8/4
Federal Communications Commission
1978
8/5
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
1978
8/6
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
1978
8/7
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
1978
8/8
Federal Reserve System
1978
8/9
Federal Trade Commission
1978
8/10
General Accounting Office
1978
8/11
General Correspondence, A
1978
8/12
General Correspondence, B
1978
8/13
General Correspondence, C
1978
8/14
General Correspondence, D
1978
8/15
General Correspondence, E
1978
8/16
General Correspondence, F
1978
8/17
General Correspondence, G
1978
8/18
General Correspondence, H
1978
8/19
General Correspondence, L
1978
8/20
General Correspondence, M
1978
8/21
General Correspondence, P
1978
8/22
General Correspondence, R
1978
8/23
General Correspondence, S
1978
8/24
General Correspondence, T
1978
8/25
General Correspondence, V
1978
8/26
General Correspondence, W
1978
8/27
General Services Administration
1978
8/28
Get Well
1978
8/29
Government Printing Office
1978
8/30
Greetings
1978
8/31
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
November 6-December 5, 1978
9/1
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
October 16-November 5, 1978
9/2
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
September 1-Oct 17, 1978
9/3
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
July 28-August 31, 1978
9/4
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
July 1-27, 1978
9/5
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
June 19-30, 1978
9/6
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
June 19, 1978
9/7
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
June 1-15, 1978
9/8
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
May 1978
9/9
Health, Education, and Welfare, General
January-April 1978
9/10
Health, Education, and Welfare, Food and Drug Administration
10/1
Health, Education, and Welfare, Indian Health Service
10/2
Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education
September 1978
10/3
Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education
August 1978
10/4
Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education
April-July 1978
10/5
Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service
1978
10/6
Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, General
1978
10/7
Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Don Burris
1978
10/8
Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Don Burris
1978
11/1
Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Don Burris
1978
11/2
Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Cases, A-M
1978
11/3
Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Cases, N-Z
1978
11/4
Housing and Urban Development, General
August-November 1978
11/5
Housing and Urban Development, General
June-July 1978
11/6
Housing and Urban Development, General
February-May 1978
11/7
Indians Crow, Big Horn River
1978
11/8
Interior, General
August-December 1978
11/9
Interior, General
June-July 1978
12/1
Interior, General
March-May 1978
12/2
Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs
September-December 1978
12/3
Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs
August 1978
12/4
Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs
June-July 1978
12/5
Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs
March-May, 1978
12/6
Interior, Bureau of Land Management
October-December 1978
12/7
Interior, Bureau of Land Management
September 1978
12/8
Interior, Bureau of Land Management
March-May, 1978
12/9
Interior, Bureau of Reclamation
1978
13/1
Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service
1978
13/2
Interior, Geological Survey
1978
13/3
Interior, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service
1978
13/4
Interior, National Park Service
1978
13/5
International Trade Commission
1978
13/6
Interstate Commerce Commission, General
September-November 1978
13/7
Interstate Commerce Commission, General
August 1978
13/8
Interstate Commerce Commission, General
January-July 1978
13/9
Interstate Commerce Commission, Milwaukee Railroad
September 27-October 12, 1978
13/10
Interstate Commerce Commission, Milwaukee Railroad
September 21-26, 1978
14/1
Interstate Commerce Commission, Milwaukee Railroad
September 19, 1978
14/2
Interstate Commerce Commission, Milwaukee Railroad
September 18, 1978
14/3
Interstate Commerce Commission, Milwaukee Railroad
January-February 1978
14/4
Invitations Accepted
1978
14/5
Invitations Declined
1978
14/6
Invitations Declined
1978
14/7
Invitations Declined
1978
14/8
Invitations Declined
1978
15/1
Invitations Declined
1978
15/2
Invitations Declined
1978
15/3
Justice Department, General
August-November 1978
15/4
Justice, General
March-July 1978
15/5
Justice, Immigration
1978
15/6
Labor Department, General
October-December 1978
15/7
Labor Department, General
September-October 1978
15/8
Labor Department, General
July-August 1978
16/1
Labor Department, General
May 4-June 20, 1978
16/2
Labor Department, General
May 3, 1978
16/3
Labor Department, General
March 16-April 30, 1978
16/4
Labor Department, General
March 14, 1978
16/5
Legislation, General
May-September 1978
16/6
Legislation, General
February-April 1978
16/7
Legislation, Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
June-October 1978
16/8
Legislation, Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
April-May, 1978
16/9
Legislation, Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
January-March, 1978
17/1
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
October 1978
17/2
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
September 1978
17/3
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
August 1978
17/4
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
July 1978
17/5
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
June 1978
17/6
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
May, 1978
17/7
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
April 1978
17/8
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
March 1978
17/9
Legislation, Armed Services Commission
January-March, 1978
18/1
Legislation, Armed Services Commission, Destruction of M1 Rifles
1978
18/2
Legislation, Armed Services Commission, Missile T-E Roads Maintenance
1978
18/3
Legislation, Armed Services Commission, Closing of Opheim Radar Station
1978
18/4
Legislation, Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Commission
1978
18/5
Legislation, Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Commission, Export-Import Bank Act
1978
18/6
Legislation, Budget Committee
1978
18/7
Legislation, Commerce, Science and Transportation Commission
1978
18/8
Legislation, Energy Commission
October 1978
18/9
Legislation, Energy Commission
October 1978
18/10
Legislation, Energy Commission
September 20-30, 1978
19/1
Legislation, Energy Commission
September 13-19, 1978
19/2
Legislation, Energy Commission
September 1-12, 1978
19/3
Legislation, Energy Commission
August 1978
19/4
Legislation, Energy Commission
July 21-31, 1978
19/5
Legislation, Energy Commission
July 1-19, 1978
19/6
Legislation, Energy Commission
June 1978
19/7
Legislation, Energy Commission
May 23-31, 1978
20/1
Legislation, Energy Commission
May 11-22, 1978
20/2
Legislation, Energy Commission
May 1-10, 1978
20/3
Legislation, Energy Commission
April 5-30, 1978
20/4
Legislation, Energy Commission
April 1-4, 1978
20/5
Legislation, Energy Commission
March 20-31, 1978
20/6
Legislation, Energy Commission
March 16, 1978
20/7
Legislation, Energy Commission
March 10-15, 1978
20/8
Legislation, Energy Commission
March 1-9, 1978
21/1
Legislation, Energy Commission
January-February 1978
21/2
Legislation, Environment and Public Works Commission
1978
21/3
Legislation, Senate Committee on Ethics
1978
21/4
Legislation, Finance Commission
October 1978
21/5
Legislation, Finance Commission
August-September 1978
21/6
Legislation, Finance Commission
July 1978
21/7
Legislation, Finance Commission
June 1978
21/8
Legislation, Finance Commission
May 9-31, 1978
22/1
Legislation, Finance Commission
May 1-8, 1978
22/2
Legislation, Finance Commission
April 24-26, 1978
22/3
Legislation, Finance Commission
April 1-22, 1978
22/4
Legislation, Finance Commission
March 14-31, 1978
22/5
Legislation, Finance Commission
March 1-13, 1978
22/6
Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
22/7
Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
22/8
Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
23/1
Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
23/2
Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
23/3
Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
23/4
Legislation, Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
23/5
Legislation, Finance Commission
1978
23/6
Legislation, Foreign Relations
June-October 1978
23/7
Legislation, Foreign Relations
May, 1978
24/1
Legislation, Foreign Relations
April 24-30, 1978
24/2
Legislation, Foreign Relations
April 15-21, 1978
24/3
Legislation, Foreign Relations
April 11-13, 1978
24/4
Legislation, Foreign Relations
April 1-10, 1978
24/5
Legislation, Foreign Relations
April 3, 1978
24/6
Legislation, Foreign Relations
April 3, 1978
24/7
Legislation, Foreign Relations
March 10-31, 1978
25/1
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
March 9, 1978
25/2
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
March 1-9, 1978
25/3
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal, Opposed, (flexo)
February 27, 1978
25/4
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal, Opposed, (flexo)
February 27, 1978
25/5
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal, Opposed, (flexo)
February 23, 1978
25/6
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal, Opposed, (flexo)
February 22, 1978
25/7
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal, Opposed, (flexo)
February 21, 1978
26/1
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal, Opposed, (flexo)
February 21, 1978
26/2
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal, Support
1978
26/3
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
26/4
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
26/5
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
26/6
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
26/7
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
26/8
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
27/1
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
27/2
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
27/3
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
27/4
Legislation, Foreign Relations, Panama Canal
1978
27/5
Legislation, Government Affairs
August-October 1978
27/6
Legislation, Government Affairs
June-July 1978
27/7
Legislation, Government Affairs
May 1978
27/8
Legislation, Government Affairs
February-April 1978
28/1
Legislation, Government Affairs, Civil Service Reform
1978
28/2
Legislation, Government Affairs, Civil Service Reform, Veterans Preference
1978
28/3
Legislation, Human Resources
October 25-November 1978
28/4
Legislation, Human Resources
October 1978
28/5
Legislation, Human Resources
August-September 1978
28/6
Legislation, Human Resources
July 1978
28/7
Legislation, Legislation - Human Resources
June 6-30, 1978
28/8
Legislation, Human Resources
June 1-5, 1978
29/1
Legislation, Human Resources
June 1, 1978
29/2
Legislation, Human Resources
May 20-31, 1978
29/3
Legislation, Human Resources
May 17-19, 1978
29/4
Legislation, Human Resources
May 11-15, 1978
29/5
Legislation, Human Resources
May 8-9, 1978
29/6
Legislation, Human Resources
May 1-5, 1978
29/7
Legislation, Human Resources
April 20-26, 1978
30/1
Legislation, Human Resources
April 1-18, 1978
30/2
Legislation, Human Resources
March 8-28, 1978
30/3
Legislation, Human Resources
March 1-7, 1978
30/4
Legislation, Human Resources, Labor Law Reform
1978
30/5
Legislation, Human Resources, National Labor Reform Act
1978
30/6
Legislation, Human Resources, National Labor Reform Act
1978
30/7
Legislation, Human Resources, National Labor Reform Act
1978
31/1
Legislation, Human Resources, National Labor Reform Act
1978
31/2
Legislation, Select Commission on Indian Affairs
1978
31/3
Legislation, Judiciary
September-October 1978
31/4
Legislation, Judiciary
August 1978
31/5
Legislation, Judiciary
July 20-31, 1978
31/6
Legislation, Judiciary
July 1-19, 1978
31/7
Legislation, Judiciary
June 20-30, 1978
32/1
Legislation, Judiciary
June 16-20, 1978
32/2
Legislation, Judiciary
June 1-15, 1978
32/3
Legislation, Judiciary
May 18-30, 1978
32/4
Legislation, Judiciary
May 1-17, 1978
32/5
Legislation, Judiciary
April 11-30, 1978
32/6
Legislation, Judiciary
April 1-10, 1978
32/7
Legislation, Judiciary
March 20-30, 1978
32/8
Legislation, Judiciary
February-March 19, 1978
33/1
Legislation, Judiciary, William. H. Webster Confirmation (FBI)
1978
33/2
Legislation, Rules and Administration Commission
1978
33/3
Legislation, Select Committee on Small Business
1978
33/4
Legislation, Veterans' Affairs Commission
1978
33/5
Library of Congress
1978
33/6
Montana, General
September-October 1978
33/7
Montana, General
August 1978
33/8
Montana, General
July 1978
33/9
Montana, General
June 1978
33/10
Montana, General
May 1978
34/1
Montana, General
May 1978
34/2
Montana, General
May 1978
34/3
Montana, General
April 19-28, 1978
34/4
Montana, General
April 1-18, 1978
34/5
Montana, General
January-March 1978
34/6
Montana, Glasgow Air Force Base
1978
34/7
Montana, Indian Video Conference
1978
34/8
National Archives
1978
34/9
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities
1978
34/10
National Labor Relations Board
1978
34/11
National Science Foundation
1978
35/1
Navy Department
1978
35/2
Office Bills
1978
35/3
Office, General
1978
35/4
Personal
September-December 1978
35/5
Personal
March-August 1978
35/6
Personal
January-February 1978
35/7
Postal Service, General
June-October 1978
35/8
Postal Service, General
February-May 1978
36/1
Publications Received
1978
36/2
Publications Received
1978
36/3
Questionnaires
1978
36/4
Recommendations
1978
36/5
Resolutions
1978
36/6
Regrets
1978
36/7
Schedules
1978
36/8
Senate Youth Program
1978
36/9
Small Business Administration
1978
36/10
State Department, General
1978
37/1
Transportation Department
1978
37/2
Transportation Department, Federal Aviation Administration
1978
37/3
Transportation Department, Federal Highway Administration
1978
37/4
Treasury Department, General
1978
37/5
Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service
April-October 1978
37/6
Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service
February-April 10, 1978
37/7
United Nations
1978
37/8
Veterans Administration, General
1978
37/9
Veterans Administration, Cases, A-M
1978
37/10
Veterans Administration, Cases, N-Z
1978
37/11
Visitors
1978
38/1
John Wight File on Senate Bill 216
1978
38/2
White House
1978
38/3
White House Tours
1978
Box
OS39
Constituent Contact/Correspondence Cards, A-C
1978
OS39
Constituent Contact/Correspondence Cards, C-F
1978
OS39
Constituent Contact/Correspondence Cards, G-J
1978
OS39
Constituent Contact/Correspondence Cards, J-M
1978
OS40
Constituent Contact/Correspondence Cards, M-R
1978
OS40
Constituent Contact/Correspondence Cards, R-S
1978
OS40
Constituent Contact/Correspondence Cards, T-Z
1978
Series II: Bills and Resolutions
4.0 linear feet
This series includes legislation drafts, staff mark-ups, transcripts from committee hearings, letters of support/lobby from content experts, internal memos from office and committee staffs, and some correspondence among Senators regarding particular pieces of legislation. Materials are arranged by Congressional session tracking number.
1978
Box/Folder
41/1
Senate Resolution 514
1978
41/2
Senate Resolution 551
1978
41/3
Senate Resolution 1874
1978
41/4
Senate Resolution 2384
1978
41/5
Senate Resolution 2475
1978
41/6
Senate Resolution 2503
1978
41/7
Senate Resolution 2627
1978
41/8
Senate Resolution 2702
1978
41/9
Senate Resolution 2714
1978
41/10
Senate Resolution 2716
1978
41/11
Senate Resolution 2729
1978
41/12
Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
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Senate Resolution 2746
1978
42/3
Senate Resolution 2856
1978
42/4
Senate Resolution 2895
1978
42/5
Senate Resolution 2937
1978
42/6
Senate Resolution 2974
1978
42/7
Senate Resolution 2978
1978
42/8
Senate Resolution 3027
1978
42/9
Senate Resolution 3067
1978
42/10
Senate Resolution 3096
1978
42/11
Senate Resolution 3164
1978
42/12
Senate Resolution 3187
1978
42/13
Senate Resolution 3217
1978
42/14
Senate Resolution 3228
1978
42/15
Senate Resolution 3262
1978
42/16
Senate Resolution 3263
1978
42/17
Senate Resolution 3280
1978
42/18
Senate Resolution 3293
1978
42/19
Senate Resolution 3336
1978
42/20
Senate Resolution 3407
1978
42/21
Senate Resolution 3422
1978
42/22
Senate Resolution 3427
1978
42/23
Senate Resolution 3453
1978
42/24
Senate Resolution 3496
1978
42/25
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
42/26
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
43/1
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
43/2
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
43/3
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
43/6
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
44/5
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
44/6
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
44/7
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
44/8
Senate Concurrent Resolution 79
1978
45/1
Senate Joint Resolution 115
1978
45/2
Senate Joint Resolution 132
1978
45/3
Senate Joint Resolution 133
1978
45/4
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
45/5
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
45/6
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
45/8
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
45/11
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
46/9
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
47/1
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
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Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
47/4
Senate Joint Resolution 134
1978
47/5
Senate Joint Resolution 149
1978
47/6
Senate Joint Resolution 155
1978
47/7
Senate Resolution 149
1978
47/8
Senate Resolution 431
1978
47/9
Senate Resolution 465
1978
47/10
Senate Resolution 465
1978
47/11
Senate Resolution 477
1978
47/12
Senate Resolution 512
1978
47/13
Senate Resolution 515
1978
47/14
Senate Resolution 535
1978
47/15
Senate Resolution 593
1978
47/16
Amendment 1213 to Senate Bill 1671
1978
47/17
Amendment 1215 to Farm Bill
1978
47/18
Amendment 1531 to Senate Bill 2820
1978
47/19
Amendment 1582 to House Resolution 12934
1978
47/20
Amendment 1624 to House Resolution 12932
1978
47/21
Amendment 1633 to House Resolution 13125
1978
47/22
Amendment 1736 to Farm Bill
1978
47/23
Amendments 1741, 1742, 1744
1978
47/24
Amendment 1768 to Senate Bill 2467
1978
47/25
Amendment 1788 to Senate Bill 2493
1978
47/26
Amendment 1923 to House Resolution 10965
1978
47/27
Amendment 2036 to Revenue Act of 1978
1978
47/28
Amendment 2045 to Revenue Act of 1978
1978
47/29
Amendment 2254 to Senate Bill 2467
1978
47/30
Amendment 2449 to Senate Bill 2850
1978
47/31
Amendment 3067 to Senate Bill 2828
1978
47/32
Amendment 3261 to House Resolution 12841
1978
47/33
Amendment 3409 to Senate Bill 991
1978
47/34
Amendment 3507 to Senate Bill 3073
1978
47/35
Amendment 3658 to Senate Bill 2
1978
47/36
Amendment 3686
1978
47/37
Amendment 3988 to House Resolution 13511
1978
47/38
Amendment 4040 to House Resolution 13511
1978
Series III: Press Releases and Speeches
1.75 linear feet
This series includes texts for some of Paul Hatfield's speeches while in the U.S. Senate but most of the series consists of press releases. Press release materials include draft and final texts as well as internal staff notes and a few transcripts from Senator Hatfield's appearances.
1978
Box/Folder
48/1
Report to Montanans
1978
48/2
Remarks made throughout Montana
1978
48/3
Statement
January 22, 1978
48/4
Press Release
January 26, 1978
48/5
Press Release
January 31, 1978
48/6
Press Release
February 2, 1978
48/7
Press Release
February 4, 1978
48/8
Press Release
February 7, 1978
48/9
Press Release
February 7, 1978
48/10
Press Release
Feb 8, 1978
48/11
Press Release
February 9, 1978
48/12
Press Release
February 10, 1978
48/13
Press Release
February 14, 1978
48/14
Press Release
February 17, 1978
48/15
Press Release
February 21, 1978
48/16
Press Release
February 22, 1978
48/17
Press Release
February 23, 1978
48/18
Press Release
Interview, February 23, 1978
48/19
Press Release
February 24, 1978
48/20
Press Release
February 25, 1978
48/21
Press Release
February 26, 1978
48/22
Press Release
February 27, 1978
48/23
Press Release
February 27, 1978
48/24
Press Release
February 27, 1978
48/25
Press Release
February 23, 1978
48/26
Press Release
March l, 1978
48/27
Press Release
March 1, 1978
48/28
Press Release
March 2, 1978
48/29
Press Release
March 3, 1978
48/30
Press Release
March 3, 1978
48/31
Press Release
March 5, 1978
48/32
Press Release
March 5, 1978
48/33
Press Release
March 9, 1978
48/34
Press Release
March 9, 1978
48/35
Press Release
March 10, 1978
48/36
Press Release
March 13, 1978
48/37
Press Release
March 14, 1978
48/38
Press Release
March 15, 1978
48/39
Press Release
March 15, l978
48/40
Press Release
March 15, 1978
48/41
Press Release
March 16, 1978
48/42
Press Release, Speech
March 17, 1978
48/43
Press Release
March 20, 1978
48/44
Press Release
March 21, 1978
48/45
Press Release
March 21, 1978
48/46
Press Release
March 25, 1978
48/47
Press Release
Mar 25, 1978
48/48
Press Release
Mar 30, 1978
48/49
Press Release
March 30, 1978
48/50
Press Release
April 3, 1978
48/51
Press Release
April 3, 1978
48/52
Press Release, Statement
April 4, 1978
48/53
Press Release
April 4,1978
48/54
Press Release
April 6,1978
48/55
Press Release
April 6,1978
48/56
Press Release
April 9, 1978
48/57
Press Release
April 10,1978
48/58
Press Release
April 10,1978
48/59
Press Release, Statement
April 10,1978
48/60
Press Release, Statement
April 10,1978
48/61
Press Release, Statement
April 11,1978
48/62
Press Release, Statement
April 11,1978
48/63
Press Release, Statement
April 11,1978
48/64
Press Release
April 11, 1978
48/65
Press Release
April 11, 1978
48/66
Press Release
April 11, 1978
48/67
Press Release
April 12, 1978
48/68
Press Release
April 12, 1973
48/69
Press Release
April 12, 1978
48/70
Press Release
April 13, 1978
48/71
Press Release
April 13, 1978
48/72
Press Release
April 14, 1978
48/73
Press Release
April 17, 1978
48/74
Press Release
April 17, 1978
48/75
Press Release, Letter to Chairman
April 18, 1978
48/76
Press Release, Letter to Stennis
April 18, 1978
48/77
Press Release
April 13, 1978
48/78
Press Release
April 18, 1978
48/79
Press Release
April 18, 1978
48/80
Press Release
April 18, 1978
48/81
Press Release, Statement
April 18,1978
48/82
Press Release
April 19, 1978
48/83
Press Release
April 19, 1978
48/84
Press Release, Statement
April 19, 1978
48/85
Press Release, Letter to Chairman
April 19, 1978
48/86
Press Release, Letter to Chairman
April 19, 1978
48/87
Press Release, Letter to Chairman
April 19, 1978
48/88
Press Release, Letter to Chairman
April 20, 1978
48/89
Press Release, Letter to Chairman
April 20, 1978
48/90
Press Release
April 20, 1978
48/91
Press Release
April 20, 1978
49/1
Press Release
April 21, 1978
49/2
Press Release
April 22, 1978
49/3
Press Release
April 24, 1978
49/4
Press Release, Letter
April 24, 1978
49/5
Press Release
April 25, 1978
49/6
Press Release
April 26, 1978
49/7
Press Release, Letter
April 26, 1978
49/8
Press Release, Letter
April 26, 1978
49/9
Press Release
April 26, 1978
49/10
Press Release, Statement
April 26, 1978
49/11
Press Release
April 26, 1978
49/12
Press Release
April 28, 1978
49/13
Press Release
May 1, 1978
49/14
Press Release, Letter
May 2, 1978
49/15
Press Release
May 3, 1978
49/16
Press Release, Letter
May 3, 1978
49/17
Press Release
May 3, 1978
49/18
Press Release
May 3, 1978
49/19
Press Release
May 3, 1978
49/20
Press Release, Article for Montana Democrats
May 4, 1978
49/21
Press Release
May 4, 1978
49/22
Press Release
May 4, 1978
49/23
Press Release
May 4, 1978
49/24
Press Release
May 4, 1978
49/25
Press Release
May 4, 1978
49/26
Press Release
May 5, 1978
49/27
Press Release, Letter
May 5, 1978
49/28
Press Release
May 5, 1978
49/29
Press Release
May 5, 1978
49/30
Press Release
May 5, 1978
49/31
Press Release
May 5, 1978
49/32
Press Release, Statement
May 5, 1978
49/33
Press Release
May 6, 1978
49/34
Press Release
May 9, 1978
49/35
Press Release
May 9, 1978
49/36
Press Release
May 10, 1978
49/37
Press Release
May 10, 1978
49/38
Press Release
May 10, 1978
49/39
Press Release
May 11, 1978
49/40
Press Release
May 11, 1978
49/41
Press Release
May 11, 1978
49/42
Press Release
May 11, 1978
49/43
Press Release
May 11, 1978
49/44
Press Release
May 11, 1978
49/45
Press Release
May 11, 1978
49/46
Press Release
May 12, 1978
49/47
Press Release, Speech
May 13, 1978
49/48
Press Release
May 15, 1978
49/49
Press Release, Statement
May 15, 1978
49/50
Press Release
May 15, 1978
49/51
Press Release
May 15, 1978
49/52
Press Release
May 16, 1978
49/53
Press Release
May 16 1978
49/54
Press Release
May 16, 1978
49/55
Press Release
May 17, 1978
49/56
Press Release
May 17, 1978
49/57
Press Release
May 17, 1978
49/58
Press Release
May 17, 1978
49/59
Press Release
May 17 1978
49/60
Press Release
May 18, 1978
49/61
Press Release, Speech
May 19, 1978
49/62
Press Release, Testimony
May 19, 1978
49/63
Press Release
May 19, 1978
49/64
Press Release, Speech
May 20, 1978
49/65
Press Release
May 20, 1978
49/66
Press Release
May 23, 1978
49/67
Press Release, Statement
May 23, 1978
49/68
Press Release
May 23, 1978
49/69
Press Release
May 23, 1978
49/70
Press Release
May 24, 1978
49/71
Press Release
May 24, 1978
49/72
Press Release
May 25, 1978
49/73
Press Release
May 27, 1978
49/74
Press Release
May 27, 1978
49/75
Press Release
May 28, 1978
49/76
Press Release
May 30, 1978
49/77
Press Release
May 31, 1978
49/78
Press Release
May 31, 1978
49/79
Press Release
June 1, 1978
49/80
Press Release
June 1, 1978
49/81
Press Release
June 2, 1978
49/82
Press Release
June 2, 1978
49/33
Press Release
June 2, 1978
49/84
Press Release
June 2, 1978
49/85
Press Release
June 3, 1978
49/86
Press Release
June 5, 1978
49/87
Press Release
June 8, 1978
49/88
Press Release
June 9, 1978
49/89
Press Release
June 16, 1978
49/90
Press Release
June 20, l978
49/91
Press Release
June 21, 1978
49/92
Press Release
June 22, 1978
49/93
Press Release
June 23, 1978
49/94
Press Release
June 23, 1978
49/95
Press Release
June 27, 1978
49/96
Press Release
June 28, 1978
50/1
Press Release, Testimony
July 10 and 12, 1978
50/2
Press Release
July 10, 1978
50/3
Press Release
July 13, 1978
50/4
Press Release
July 19, 1978
50/5
Press Release
July 19, 1978
50/6
Press Release
July 20, 1978
50/7
Press Release
July 20, 1978
50/8
Press Release
July 20, 1978
50/9
Press Release
Aug, 2,1978
50/10
Press Release
August 2,1978
50/11
Press Release
Aug, 3,1978
50/12
Press Release
August 15, 1978
50/13
Press Release
August 16, 1978
50/14
Press Release
August 17, 1978
50/15
Press Release
August 21, 1978
50/16
Press Release, Statement
August 24, 1978
50/17
Press Release
Aug 25,1978
50/18
Press Release
September 2, 1978
50/19
Press Release
September 7,1978
50/20
Press Release
September 12, 1978
50/21
Press Release
September 20, 1978
50/22
Press Release
September 20, 1978
50/23
Press Release
September 21, 1978
50/24
Press Release
September 22, 1978
50/25
Press Release
September 22, 1978
50/26
Press Release
September 22, 1978
50/27
Press Release
September 22, 1978
50/28
Press Release
September 27, 1978
50/29
Press Release
September 28, 1978
50/30
Press Release
September 28, 1978
50/31
Press Release
September 28, 1978
50/32
Press Release
September 28, 1978
50/33
Press Release
September 28, 1978
50/34
Press Release
October 5, 1978
50/35
Press Release
October 6, 1978
50/36
Press Release
October 10, 1978
50/37
Press Release
October 14, 1978
50/38
Press Release
October 18, 1978
50/39
Press Release, Speech
November 1978
50/40
Press Release
November 2, 1978
50/41
Press Release
December 5, 1978
50/42
Press Release, Statements
undated
50/43
Congressional Record Statements
1978
50/44
Press Release Letterhead
1978
50/45
Speech Material Notebook
1978
Series IV: Opal Winebrenner
3.25 linear feet
This series contains correspondence, research materials, policy recommendations, and legislative drafts generated and collected by Opal Winebrenner. Ms. Winebrenner was a counselor and legislative aide to Senator Hatfield who focused on social issues, particularly aging, health, education, and women's issues.
1978
Box/Folder
51/1
Lincoln School Assistance
1978
51/2
Community Services Administration
1978
51/3
Consumer Affairs Information
1978
51/4
Senate Bill 1010, Consumer Co-op Bank, Metcalf cosponsor
1978
51/5
House Resolution 5383, Public Law 95-256, Mandatory Retirement Age bill
1978
51/6
Senate Bill 3180, Greyhound Dog Racing to amend Animal Welfare Act
1978
51/7
Senate Bill 270, Federal Agency Proceedings, Public Participation in
1978
51/8
Metric System Conversion
1978
51/9
Paraquat Spraying of Marijuana
1978
51/10
Career Education Information
1978
51/11
Career Education Information
1978
51/12
Education Information
1978
51/13
House Resolution 6088, House Resolution 9574, House Resolution 7116, Amendments to Elementary-Secondary Act of 1965, Basic Standards
1978
51/14
Senate Bill 1361, Academic Freedom Act, Jesse Helms
1978
51/15
House Resolution 10890, Education Act of 1978, Perkins
1978
51/16
House Resolution 10854, Middle Income Student Assistance Act, Ford
1978
51/17
President's Education Financial Aid Proposal
1978
51/18
Public Law 874 Impact Aid Funds Information
1978
51/19
House Resolution 9759, Senior Citizens Higher Education Opportunity Act
1978
51/20
Senate Bill 1780, Optional Educational Simplification Act
1978
51/21
Senate Bill 2192, Surplus School Recycling Act, Byrd and Humphrey
1978
52/1
Health Information
1978
52/2
Health Information
1978
52/3
Senate Bill 2472, Health Services Extension Act
1978
52/4
Professional Standards Review Organization
1978
52/5
Hospital Cost Containment
1978
52/6
Senate Bill 3311, Indian Health Care Improvement Act
1978
52/7
Senate Bill 3115, Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Act
1978
52/8
Senate Bill 3105, Catastrophic Health Insurance and Medical Assistance Reform
1978
52/9
Senate Bill 2755, Drug Regulation and Reform Act, 1978
1978
52/10
Senate Bill 2487, Rural Health Planning Needs
1978
52/11
Phenformin, DBI
1978
53/1
Home Health Care Information
1978
53/2
Home Health Care Information
1978
53/3
National Health Care Information
1978
53/4
Nutrition Information
1978
53/5
Letter to Food and Drug Administration, re: Sodium Content of all foods be labeled
1978
53/6
Mental Health
1978
53/7
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Information
1978
53/8
Social Security Information
1978
53/9
Senior Citizens Concerns
1978
53/10
Senate Bill 2128 and House Resolution 8818, Tax Credit for the Elderly
1978
54/1
Senate Bill 2142 and House Resolution 9332, Tuition Tax Credit
1978
54/2
Welfare Reform
1978
54/3
House Resolution 7200, Public Assistance Amendment
1978
54/4
Abortion
1978
54/5
Abortion
1978
54/6
Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriations
1978
54/7
Women's Lobby, Inc.
1978
54/8
Senate Bill 2910, Adolescent Health, Services and Pregnancy Prevention and House Resolution 12146, Family Planning
1978
54/9
Day Care
1978
54/10
Senate Bill 2777, Job Opportunities and Family Security Act
1978
54/11
Food Stamps
1978
54/12
Head Start Program Information
1978
54/13
House Joint Resolution 638 and 667, Extension of Equal Rights Amendment Ratification
1978
54/14
Equal Rights Amendment
1978
55/1
Women's Issues and Information
1978
55/2
Equal Rights Amendment Information
1978
55/3
Human Life Amendment Information
1978
55/4
Discrimination Against Pregnant Workers
1978
55/5
Displaced Homemakers
1978
55/6
Sexual Exploitation of Children
1978
55/7
Senate Bill 2759 and House Resolution 12299, Domestic Violence Prevention and Services Act
1978
55/8
White House Conference on Families
1978
55/9
National Women's Conference, National Plan of Action, IWY
1978
55/10
House Resolution 9812, Rescinding of Ratification of Constitutional Amendments
1978
55/11
Senate Bill 2410, Health Planning Amendments
1978
55/12
Senate Bill 2850, Older Americans Act
1978
55/13
Health Care
1978
55/14
Dear Colleagues
1978
55/15
Miscellaneous stands taken by Hatfield
1978
55/16
Medical Practice Act
1978
56/1
Senate Bill 2534, Health Maintenance Organization
1978
56/2
Indian Affairs Information
1978
56/3
Crow Tribe
1978
56/4
House Resolution 9950, Omnibus Indian Jurisdiction Act; House Resolution 9951, Quantification of Federal Reserved Water Rights; House Resolution 9054, Native American Equal Opportunity Act
1978
56/5
Senate Bill 2773, Indian Trust Information Protection Act
1978
56/6
Briefing Materials for Video Conference with the Crow Tribe
1978
56/7
Flathead Tribe and Kerr Dam
1978
56/8
Oliphant Criminal Jurisdiction, Supreme Court Opinion
1978
56/9
Big Horn River Controversy
1978
56/10
Public Law 638, Contract Support Appropriation Request
1978
56/11
Northern Cheyenne
1978
56/12
Busby-Kirby Road Information
1978
56/13
Senate Bill 1215, Controlled Community Colleges
1978
Series V: Democratic Study GroupDemocratic Study Group
0.5 linear feet
This series contains fact sheets and reports Senator Hatfield received from the Democratic Study Group. These materials provide an outline on the background, provisions, and arguments for and against various bills before Congress with the intent to foster solidarity among Democratic Party Congressional members.
1977-1978
Box/Folder
57/1
Fact Sheet
February-September 1977
57/2
Fact Sheet
October 1977-April 1978
57/3
Materials
February-June 1977
57/4
Materials
July-September 1977
57/5
Materials
October 1977-January 1978
57/6
Materials
February-May 1978
Series VI: Senate and Campaign Memorabilia
1 item
This series contains 2 folders of memorabilia from the Paul Hatfield's term in Federal office and from the 1978 campaign to retain him in the U.S. Senate. Materials include inscribed office paper, pre-printed constituent response cards, mailing labels, a campaign brochure, and leaflets.
1978
Box/Folder
57/7
Office Memorabilia
1978
57/8
Campaign Memorabilia
1978
Series VII: Photograph
1 item
This series contains 1 photograph, a copy of Paul Hatfield's Senatorial portrait.
1978
Box photo_number
xx 79-37
Paul Hatfield, Senatorial Portrait
1978

Subgroup 2:  U.S. District Court, 1977-2000Return to Top

2.75 linear feet

This subgroup contains materials generated during Paul Hatfield's service as a Federal judge and following his death. Items include correspondence, research documents, and biographical materials--all reflecting both personal and professional interests. These materials provide insights into Judge Hatfield's opinions regarding changes to federal court procedures in the last half of the 20th Century and broader judicial philosophies. Biographical materials include testimonials and memorials.

Container(s) Description Dates
Series VIII: Correspondence
0.75 linear feet
This series contains correspondence generated during Paul Hatfield's service as a Federal judge. Materials include personal and professional correspondence and range across a wide variety of topics, including exchanges with other Federal judges regarding judicial issues and procedural decisions. Correspondents include Charles C. Lovell, Leif B. Erickson, J. Clifford Wallace, Jack D. Shanstrom, and John Peterson.
1979-2000
Box/Folder
58/1
Space and Facilities Court Security
1990-1991
58/2
Ceremonies
1985-1995
58/3
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation
1990-1992
58/4
Invitations, Declined
1979-1994
58/5
Furniture Donated to Law School (Judge Prayer Room)
1983
58/6
Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service
1979-1992
58/7
Letters of Congratulation (sent)
1980-1996
58/8
Distinguished Alumnus Awards
1981-1999
58/9
Senior Judge Staffing Form, OCE 20
1990-1999
58/10
Senior Judge Certification
1996-2000
58/11
United States Bankruptcy Court
1993-1995
58/12
Charles C. Lovell, United States District Judge
1990-1994
58/13
PRO SE Law Clerk Position, Correspondence and Information
1994-1995
59/1
Changes in Local Rules
1984-1994
59/2
Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, Lawyer Representatives
1981-1995
59/3
Leif B. Erickson, Magistrate Judge
1991-1995
59/4
J. Clifford Wallace, 9th Circuit Chief Judge
1993-1995
59/5
Jack D. Shanstrom, United States District Judge
1990-1996
59/6
John Peterson, United States Bankruptcy Judge
1993-1995
59/7
Department of Justice
1993-1995
Series IX: Projects
0.5 linear feet
This series includes research materials collected by Judge Hatfield regarding judicial legislation before the U.S. Congress, Federal court procedural issues, and an Appellate Court case involving allegations of securities fraud among Montana and international mining industry investors. These materials provide deeper insights into Judge Hatfield's concern with and participation in Federal judiciary procedural reforms in response to technological innovations and the explosion of federal court filings during the second half of the 20th Century.
1990-1996
Box/Folder
59/8
Civil Justice Reform Act
1991-1993
59/9
Civil Justice Reform Act
1991
59/10
Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990, Advisory Group
1994
59/11
Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990, Advisory Group
1991-1995
60/1
Butte Mining, et al., (Number CV-92-0031-BU)
1995
60/2
District of Montana, Office Automation
1990-1993
60/3
District of Montana, Office Automation
1994-1996
60/4
Local Rules Review
1996
60/5
Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990, Budget
1991-1995
60/6
Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990, Staff Attorney Position
1991-1995
Series X: Personal
1.5 linear feet
This series contains biographical and testimonial materials, ranging from certificates documenting Paul Hatfield's judicial appointments to memorials from his colleagues and friends. Among these items are a scrapbook compiled by Hatfield's staff to mark his 20th Anniversary on the Federal bench and an audiotape from the public memorial service following his death.
1977-2000
Box/Folder
60/7
Personal and Biographical Requests
1981-1999
60/8
Nomination, United States District Judge
1977-1978
60/9
Nomination, United States District Judge
1977-1979
60/10
Letters of Congratulation, (Received)
1979-1990
60/11
Designation as Chief Judge
1990-1994
60/12
Appointment, United States District Judge
1979
60/13
Almanac of Federal Judiciary
1986-1994
60/14
Hatfield Memorial
2000
60/15
Magazine Articles
1978 and 1997
Box
61
Scrapbook of Federal Judicial Service
May 1999
62
Paul Hatfield Memorial, Audio recording
2000

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  • Court administration--United States
  • Court administration--United States--Automation
  • Courts--United States
  • District courts--Montana--Great Falls
  • Education and state--United States
  • Medical policy--United States
  • Older people--Government policy--United States
  • Prisons--United States
  • Women in politics--United States
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  • Democratic Party (U.S.)
  • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services
  • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Penitentiaries and Corrections
  • United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judlcnaficiary
  • United States. Congress. Senate--Officials and employees
  • University of Montana--Missoula--Alumni and alumnae
  • Geographical Names :
  • Montana--Politics and government--20th century
  • United States--Armed Forces
  • United States--Military policy
  • United States--Politics and government--20th century
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  • Judges--Montana--Great Falls
  • Legislators--United States
  • Politicians--United States
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