Robert "Bob" Freeman Smith papers, 1982-1994  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Smith, Robert F. (Robert Freeman), 1931-
Title
Robert "Bob" Freeman Smith papers
Dates
1982-1994 (inclusive)
Quantity
16 linear feet, (16 boxes)
Collection Number
WUA025
Summary
Robert Smith's papers contain campaign materials from his 1992 run for Congress, committee hearing minutes from his time as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Oregon's 2nd District, personal correspondence, and travel files.
Repository
Willamette University Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Mark O. Hatfield Library
900 State Street
Salem, OR
97301
Telephone: 503-370-6866
Fax: 503-370-6141
archives@willamette.edu
Access Restrictions

Papers are open to researchers. Books have been removed from the collection for preservation purposes.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Robert Freeman "Bob" Smith was born in Portland, Oregon on June 16, 1931. Smith grew up in Burns, Oregon where he attended public schools. He attended Willamette University, graduating in 1953 with a B.A. in Economics.

Smith is a lifelong rancher and legislator, first serving in the Oregon House of Representatives from 1960 to 1972 as the representative of Oregon's 2nd District. He was Speaker of the House for the 1969 and 1971 sessions. During his time in the state legislature, Smith also served as Oregon's representative on the President's Public Land Review Commission (1965-1969).

In 1982 Smith, a Republican, won election to represent Oregon's 2nd District in the United State House of Representatives, replacing Denny Smith who had won election to represent Oregon's new 5th District. Bob Smith served in Congress for twelve years, choosing not to run in the 1994 election. Following a brief retirement, Smith was called back to replace Wes Cooley who had been asked to step down in 1996. During his final term in Congress, Smith served as chair of the Committee on Agriculture. He retired in 1999.

Smith worked on a wide range of legislative initiatives during his time in Congress. Highlights include the creation of an amendment to the Drought Relief Act in 1988, co-sponsoring a rural health care law, and negotiating a $105 million wheat sale to Turkey. Smith received many awards and certificates recognizing his work for the people of Eastern Oregon. Among these is the Cooperator of the Year Award from the Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Association in 1999. The Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Association presents the Cooperator of the Year award each year to elected officials who have demonstrated their support of electric cooperatives.

Smith and his wife, Kaye Tomlinson Smith, have three children - Tiffany Smith McNaught, Christopher Smith, and Matthew Smith. Since retiring from Congress, the Smiths live in eastern Oregon.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Smith's papers contain committee hearing minutes, personal correspondence, travel files, and campaign materials from Smith's 1992 run for Congress. The congressional materials come primarily from the One Hundred First and One Hundred Second Congresses, 1989 through 1993. These materials include hearings on NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement); various Agriculture Committee hearings and materials related to the Oregon Wilderness Act of 1984 and Newberry Crater and the Newberry Volcanoes National Monument. There is a set of briefing books for Congressional trips Smith took in 1987 and 1989, materials from Smith's consideration of a gubernatorial campaign in 1994, and memorabilia and photographs from Smith's time in as a member of Congress.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

For further information, see the section on copyright in the Regulations and Procedures of the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Robert "Bob" Freeman Smith Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Mark O. Hatfield Library, Willamette University.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The Robert Freeman "Bob" Smith papers comprise 16 linear feet and are arranged in five series: Political/Office Records, Legislative Records, Briefing Books, Appointment and Guest Books, and Memorabilia. Specific arrangements for each series and subseries are described in the series descriptions below. Folders maintain original order whenever possible, and there is a certain amount of subject overlap between series, as well as duplicate materials in various folders. Researchers are encouraged to examine the entire collection in order to cover all material addressing their interest.

Location of Collection

Mark O. Hatfield Library

Acquisition Information

Gift, 2009


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Political Records, 1991-1994Return to Top

This series consists of two subseries: Subseries A contains materials related to Smith's 1992 campaign for Congress and Subseries B contains materials from Smith's exploratory committee work on a gubernatorial campaign for 1994. Arrangement is chronological within each subseries.

In addition to pamphlets, bumper stickers, campaign buttons, and letters of support for the 1992 campaign, Subseries A contains scripts for audio commercials; photographs of Smith; and information on his opponent, Denzel Ferguson. In Subseries B materials include letters of support for Smith's proposed run for governor, fundraising materials, and news clips relating to Smith's retirement from Congress.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Congressional campaign files
1991-1993
Box Folder
1 1
Campaign - General
Contains campaign literature, bumper stickers, and photographs of Smith, along with other materials.
1991-1993
1 2
Campaign '92 -- FEC (Federal Exchange Commission)
1991-1992
1 3
Fundraising
1991-1992
1 4
June 19, 1991 Fundraiser
1991-1992
1 5
Campaign - Tom Throop
Deschutes County Commissioner.
1991-1993
1 6
Bob Smith for Congress
Contains funding letters, opposition information, radio and television scrips, and other campaign materials.
1991-1993
1 7
Bob Smith for Congress
Contains funding letters, opposition information, radio and television scripts, and other campaign materials.
1991-1993
1 8
Oregon Congressional District Two Voter Survey
1992
1 9
Campaign 1992 - Letters Editor
Contains thanks to people who wrote letters of support for Smith.
1991-1993
1 10
Denzel Ferguson
Contains information on Smith's opponent in the campaign from 1992.
1991-1993
1 11
Lester Bagley
Includes various letters to the editor.
1992
1 12
Campaign '92 -- May 12, 1992 Fundraiser
1992
1 13
September 15, 1992 Fundraiser
1992
1 14
Campaign '92 -- General
1992
1 15
Campaign '92 -- General
1991-1992
1 16
Campaign -- Voting Record
1988-1992
1 17
Campaign '92 -- Other campaigns
1991-1992
1 18
Polls
1992
1 19
Oregon Congressional District Two Voter Survey
1992 September
1 20
Re-Cap 1990 Campaign
1989-1991
1 21
Tony Meeker
1992
1 22
Campaign - Treva Tumbleson
1991-1992
1 23
Denzel Ferguson
1991-1992
1 24
Denzel Ferguson
1991-1992
1 25
Memorandum
1989-1990
Subseries B: Gubernatorial campaign files
1993-1994
Box Folder
2 1
DC PAC Fundraiser
1993 May 13
2 2
Campaign 94 Voting Record
1993-1994
2 3
Campaign – Letters to County Chairman
undated
2 4
Campaign '94 – coalition
1993-1994
2 5
Campaign '94 – General Fundraising
1993-1994
2 6
Campaign '94 – DC Fundraising
1993-1994
2 7
News clips and copies of letters re: retirement - 1994
1993-1994
2 8
Campaign '94 – Sue Kupillas
1993-1994
2 9
Oregon Governorship
Letters, news clips, etc. re: Smith's consideration of running for governor.
1993-1994
2 10
Correspondence and Form Letter Reply re: Smith's run for governor
1993-1994
2 11
Correspondence and Form Letter Reply re: Smith's run for governor
1993-1994
2 12
Correspondence and Form Letter Reply re: Smith's run for governor
1993-1994
2 13
Personal Leave
Contains job descriptions for various staff positions. Personal leave forms contained confidential information and were removed.
1990
2 14
Correspondence, Baker county
1993-1994
2 15
Correspondence, Crook county
1993-1994
2 16
Correspondence, Deshutes county
1993-1994
2 17
Correspondence, Harney county
1993-1994
2 18
Correspondence, Hood River county
1993-1994
2 19
Correspondence, Jackson county
1993-1994
2 20
Correspondence, Jefferson county
1993-1994
2 21
Correspondence, Josephine county
1993-1994
2 22
Correspondence, Klamath county
1993-1994
2 23
Correspondence, Malheur county
1993-1994
2 24
Correspondence, Morrow county
1993-1994
2 25
Correspondence, Sherman county
1993-1994
2 26
Correspondence, Umatilla county
1993-1994
2 27
Correspondence, Union county
1993-1994
2 28
Correspondence, Wallowa county
1993-1994
2 29
Correspondence, Wasco county
1993-1994
2 30
General Correspondence
1993-1994

Series II:  Legislative Records, 1982-1992Return to Top

This series consists of two subseries: A. Congressional Hearings and B. Newberry Volcanoes National Monument materials. Arrangement relies on original order within each subseries.

Subseries A contains committee hearing transcripts, testimony records, and other materials related to Smith's time as chairman of the Committee on Agriculture in the House of Representatives. Subjects include NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement), GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trades), and CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development Subcommittee) minutes. The subseries also includes maps on the Oregon Wilderness Act of 1984.

Subseries B contains material related to the Newberry Volcanoes National Monument bill.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries A: Congressional Hearings
1991-1993
Box Folder
2 31
SOV (Soviet Union)/GSM (General Sales Manager) – Hearing
1982-1992
2 32
REA (Rural Electrification Administration) Oversight
1991 May 1
2 33
GSEs (Government-sponsored enterprises) Hearing
1991 May 8
2 34
FmHA (Farmers Home Administration) Guaranteed Loans – Oversight
1991 May 14
2 35
Disaster Hearing
1991 June 6
3 1
Farmers MAC (Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation) – Hearing
1991 June 13
3 2
REA/TEL (Rural Electrification Administration, Telephone) Excess Oversight
1991 June 20
3 3
Wheat, Soy and Grain Sales
1991 July 30
3 4
Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act Amendments of
1991
3 5
REA (Rural Electrification Administration) Legislative Proposal
1991 August 1
3 6
Photographs of Bob Smith
1993-1994
3 7
Full – USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Reform
1992 June 23
3 8
DORFA (Subcommittee on Department Operations, Research, and Foreign Agriculture) – Rodeo
1992 July 8
3 9
Full – NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) Oversight
1992 July 9
3 10
Livestock - Dairy Trusts
1992 July 9
3 11
Wheat Deferment Payments
1992 June 30
3 12
Full - HR 4059 - Mark-up
Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act
1992 July 1
3 13
Full - Russia Food
1992 July 22
3 14
Livestock - Honey
1992 July 30
3 15
Wheat reorganization
1992 July 30
3 16
Livestock - Elk TB (tuberculosis)
1992 August 5
3 17
Full Markup - Livestock - Elk TB (tuberculosis)
1992 August 5
4 1
Wheat-Soybean Promotion
1992 August 5
4 2
CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development Subcommittee) Watershed
1992 September 30
4 3
NAFTA Hearing
1982-1992
4 4
NAFTA
1992 September 23
4 5
Markup
1992 September 23
4 6
Wheat Markup
1992 September 24
Subseries B: Newberry Volcanoes National Monument and Wilderness Management
1982-1992
Box Folder
4 7
Newberry Crater
1989-1990
4 8
Surface Resource Analysis of Newberry Volcano
1990 January 29
4 9
Congressional Record
1990 October 11
4 10
Materials related to the Newberry Crater bill
1989-1990
4 11
Newberry - Proposed changes
1989-1990
4 12
Newberry Crater - news clips
1989-1990
4 13
Letter re: Newberry Crater bill
1990 September 29
4 14
Copies of HR 3840 and handwritten notes on the process
Newberry National Volcanic Monument
1990
4 15
Newberry – Presidential Declaration
1990
4 16
Newberry – Miscellaneous
1989-1990
4 17
Newberry - Correspondence
1988-1990
4 18
Newberry Volcanoes National Monument
1989-1990
5 1
Oregon Wilderness Bill, HR 1149
1982-1992
5 2
Congressman Smith
1982-1992
5 3
The Action Forest
1982-1992
5 4
The Action Forest and Our Public Lands
1982-1992
5 5
Pine Creek Roadless Area, Oregon Geological Survey
1982-1992
5 6
Hells Canyon National Recreation Area Geological Survey
1982-1992
5 7
Petroleum Potential of Wilderness Lands, Oregon
1982-1992
5 8
Keith and Others – Mineral and Geothermal Resource Potential of the Mount Hood Wilderness, Oregon
1982-1992
5 9
Smith and Others – Mineral Resources Potential Map, Sky Lades Roadless Area and Mountain Likes Wilderness, Oregon
1982-1992
5 10
Report on Precious Minerals Unlimited, Inc.
1982-1992
5 11
Preliminary Geologic Map of the John Day Quadrangle, Oregon
1982-1992
5 12
Geochemical Sampling Program
1982-1992
5 13
Geology and Mineral Resources of 18 BLM (Bureau of Land Management) Wilderness Study Areas
1982-1992
5 14
1983 Oregon Wilderness Bill Northeast Oregon Perspective
1982-1992
5 15
Impact of Oregon Wilderness Bill HR 1149
1982-1992
5 16
HR 4059
1992 June 6
Subseries C: Agriculture and Rural Development
1991-1992
Box Folder
5 17
CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development) – Telephone GAO (General Accounting Office)
1992 May 20
5 18
CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development) - Water Quality
1992 May 20
5 19
CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development)-CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission)
1992 May 19
5 20
RDA (Rural Development Act) Hearing
1992 March 24
5 21
Full – GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trades) Oversight committee
1992 March 31
6 1
CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development) – Conservation Compliance
1992 April 29
6 2
Wheat-Soybeans
1992 April 7
6 3
CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development) Sludge Bill HR 4360
1992 April 2
6 4
Livestock – Goya (Cheese)
1992 April 9
6 5
Full – NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) Oversight
1992 April 8
6 6
Packers and Stockyard Act Hearing
1992 March 5
6 7
Full - Disaster Oversight
1992 March 3
6 8
February 6 Wheat Hearing EEP (Export Enhancement Program)
1992 February 6
6 9
Full GATT Oversight
1991 January
6 10
Wheat Grain imports
1991 November 11
6 11
CCRD (Conservation, Credit and Rural Development) - Beginning Farmer
1991 October 8
6 12
Lamb Hearing
1991 October 31
6 13
ADP – Automated Data Processing – Modernization Hearing
1991 October 19
7 1
Full - Wine
1991 October 23
7 2
Full Hearing California Wheat Growers
1991 September 26
7 3
Review of the Agricultural situation in the Soviet Union
1991 September 24
7 4
GSE (Government-sponsored enterprise) Farmers MAC (Mortgage Corporation)
1991
7 5
USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Briefing Book
1991

Series III:  Travel files and briefing books, 1987-1993Return to Top

This series contains a set of briefing books for Congressional trips taken by Smith in the years 1987 to 1989. Each book contains a map of the country, background on the country's history, a fact sheet, and information about the Agricultural Counselor and information on the U.S. Trade Policy with that country. Series also contains travel files for various trips Smith took in the years 1991 to 1994.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 6
Briefing book for Eligio (Kika) de la Garza, Chairman Committee on Agriculture, U.S. House of Representatives
Countries visited - Italy, West Germany, Czechoslovakia, and the European Community.
1987 April 7
7 7
Briefing book for the trip of the Republican Task Force on International Trade
Countries visited - Australia, Singapore, South Korea, and Hong Kong.
1987 August
7 8
Briefing book on the Agricultural Proposals in GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trades)
1988
7 9
Briefing book for Congressional Delegation Leadership Tour to Jordan Egypt
1989 January
7 10
Briefing book for a Congressional Study Tour to North Cyprus
1989 August
8 1
North Cyprus and Turkish Cypriots
1988-1989
8 2
Turkey
1988-1989
8 3
Greenbrier
1991 September 27 - October 1
8 4
Agricultural Committee Trip - Oregon
1991 October
8 5
Nassau
1991 October
8 6
Oregon
1991 November - December
8 7
Hawaii
Topics include sugar and potato trade.
1992 January 5 - 17
8 8
Taipei (Taiwan) Trip
1992 January 5 - 17
8 9
NCA (National Cattlemen's Association) trip - San Diego
1992 January 23 - 27
8 10
Portland/Salem (Campaign)
1992 January 31 - February 3
8 11
UST Trip - Palm Beach (Florida)
1992 February 9 - 11
8 12
Forest Trip with Chief
1992 February 16 - 18
8 13
Crop Insurers
1992 February 22 - 24
8 14
AMA (American Medical Association) Trip
1992 February 27 - March 1
8 15
Wyoming
1992 March 13 - 15
8 16
CBOT (Chicago Board of Trade) trip
1992 March 19 - 22
8 17
Sportsmen's Caucus/Woodmount
1992 March 22 - 23
8 18
Oregon
1992 April 11 - 26
8 19
Dairymen: Kentucky Derby
1992 April 30 - May 3
8 20
Campaign
1992 May 15 - 18
8 21
Oregon (Memorial Day trip)
1992 May 22 - 25
8 22
North Carolina (cancelled)
1992 June 25 - 26
8 23
District
1992 July 13 - 20
8 24
District
1992 August 13 - September 18
8 25
District
1992 October 12
8 26
Taiwan with Kaye and Paul Unger - CCNAA (Coordinating Council for North American Affairs)
1992 November 28 - December 5
8 27
China trip
1992 December
8 28
District/Reno
1992 December 15 - 1993 January 2
8 29
Georgia (American Cyanamid)
1993 January 10 - 12
8 30
LaQuinta - The Tobacco Institute
1993 January 13 - 17
8 31
Reno (Safari Club-Hunter's Annual Convention)
1993 January 20 - 22
8 32
Phoenix - NCA (National Cattlemen's Association) Convention
1993 January 27 - 31
8 33
Newport, Rhode Island - Agriculture Committee Policy Retreat
1993 February 5 - 7
8 34
Scottsdale, Arizona - NACA (National Agricultural Chemicals Association) Board of Director's Meeting
1993 February 12 - 16
8 35
Miami - AMA (American Medical Association) Healthy Care Seminar
1993 February 18 - 21
8 36
Redmond, etc. - District Work Period
1993 March 22 - 25
8 37
Trip to France with Kaye and Paul
1993 April
8 38
Oregon/California Pear Growers - Portland/Medford
1993 May 28 - June 4
8 39
Trip to District
1993 July
8 40
AMI (American Meat Institute) Trip - Aspen (Colorado)
1993 July 16 - 19
8 41
Salishan Resort
1993 August 15
8 42
Greenbrier - NACA (National Agricultural Chemicals Association)
1993 September 24 - 27
8 43
Trip to the District
1993 October 1 - 4
8 44
Atlanta - BP (British Petroleum) America trip
1993 October 28 - 30
8 45
Trip to the District
1993 November 5 - 8
8 46
Hawaii
1993 November 30 - December 13
8 47
Calenders
1989-1990
8 48
Harney County Trip
1991 August
8 49
District Trip
1991 August
8 50
District Trip
1991 June 29 - July 8
9 1
District Trip
1991 June 14 - 18
9 2
District Trip
1991 May 24 - 28
9 3
La Grande Boise-Baker
1991 June 14 - 18
9 4
Oregon
1991 March 24 - April 5
9 5
Florida UST
1991 February 10 - 12
9 6
Cancelled - Burns
1991 January 25 - 27
9 7
Cancelled - NCA (National Cattlemen's Association) Convention
1991 January 19 - 21
9 8
Nugget - personal
1990 December 30 - 1991 January 2
9 9
Oregon
1990 December 18 - 1991 January 2
9 10
GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade)
Includes information on the 1990 Farm Bill.
1990 December 5 - 8
9 11
Oregon
1990 October 28 - December 4
9 12
Oregon
1990 August 7 - September 4
9 13
Mount Shasta
1990 July 13 - 16
9 14
South Africa
1990 May 28 - July 8
9 15
Oregon
1990 May 18 - June 2
9 16
Santa Barbara
1990 May 3 - 7
9 17
District-Oregon
1990 April 6 - 17
9 18
Japan
1990 April
9 19
Turkey Shoot
1990 March 25 - 26
9 20
Chicago
1990 March 16
9 21
Tucson
1990 March 2 - 5
9 22
Medford/Hood River
1990 February 11 - 17
9 23
Georgia-British Petro
1990 February 1 - 3
9 24
Republican Conference
1990 February
9 25
Medford/Burns and Nashville
1990 January 25 - 30
9 26
Palm Springs Tobacco Institute
1990 January 18 - 20
9 27
Far East
1990 January 1 - 18
9 28
Nugget (Reno, Nevada)
1989 December 30 - 1990 January 1
9 29
Christmas
1989 December 14 - 30
9 30
Thanksgiving
1989 November 11 - December 4
9 31
Montana
1989 November 2 - 6
9 32
Oregon Trip
1989 September 29 - October 1
9 33
Trip to Albany (New York)
1989 September 22 - 24
9 34
Colorado Springs
1989 September 7 - 9
9 35
Enterprise-Hood River
1989 September 15 - 18
9 36
Oregon
1989 August 16 - September 5
9 37
Turkey/Cyprus
1989 August 6 - 13
9 38
Oregon
1989 July 2 - 8
9 39
Oregon: Salem and Portland
1989 June 23 - 25
9 40
Oregon
1989 May 26 - 30
9 41
Oregon/Portland
1989 May 19 - 22
9 42
Portland
1989 April 21 - 23
9 43
ARTOC Suez itinerary
1989 April 16 - 19
9 44
Geneva (Switzerland)
1989 April 3 - 10
9 45
Oregon
1989 March 25 - April 1
9 46
February Trip
1989 February 12 - 18
9 47
Boise-Phoenix
1989 January 27 - 29
9 48
Egypt
1989 January 3 - 15
9 49
GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) - Montreal
1988 December 2 - 5
9 50
Czech/Spain/Ireland
1988 November 13 - 22
9 51
Boca Raton
1988 March 17 - 21

Series IV:  Appointment and Guest books, 1984-1992Return to Top

This series contains an appointment book for each year beginning with 1984, then going on from 1986 through 1992. Appointments include hearing times, guests coming to Smith's office, and calls for House votes. There are also notes on the business of the House, views of fellow members of Congress on various issues, and background information on various visitors. There are two Guest books (1988 through 1991 and 1991 through 1992) that include the name of the visitor, where they are from, and, on occasion, why they are visiting.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
10 1
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 2
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 3
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 4
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 5
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 6
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 7
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 8
Appointment books
1984-1992
10 9
Guest books
1988-1991
10 10
Guest books
1988-1991

Series V:  Memorabilia and Photographs, 1983-1994Return to Top

Series V materials include award plaques given to Smith by organizations such as the Chicago Board of Trade, the Associated Builders and Contractors and Northwest Public Power Association. There are also photographs of Smith at a LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) tournament and an autographed letter from Elizabeth Dole, Secretary of Labor.
Container(s) Description Dates
Box object
11 1
Kangaroo figure
1983-1994
11 2
Elephant figure
1983-1994
11 3
Wooden Oregon puzzle
1983-1994
11 4
Miniature Asian Screen
1983-1994
11 5
Chicago Board of Trade letter opener and rail spike
1983-1994
11 6
Associated Builders and Contractors eagle figures
1983-1994
11 7
Associated Builders and Contractors eagle figures
1983-1994
11 8
Congressional Fire Services Caucus fire helmet
1983-1994
11 9
Golden Plow Award
1983-1994
11 10
Pen holder with spur
1983-1994
11 11
Two 'gold' horse shoes
1983-1994
11 12
Significant SIG (Gamma Sigma) medallion
1983-1994
11 13
Viking ship etching on plate
1983-1994
11 14
Bob Budd's Send Fresh Horses, autographed by author, Bob Budd and Don't squat with yer spurs on! - collection of humorous sayings
1983-1994
11 15
Bob Budd's Send Fresh Horses, autographed by author, Bob Budd and Don't squat with yer spurs on! - collection of humorous sayings
1983-1994
11 16
Trees-America's Renewable Resource award
1983-1994
12 1
Turkish American Businessmen's Association award
1983-1994
12 2
Appreciation plaque from people of Oregon
1983-1994
12 3
Order of the Antelope award
1983-1994
12 4
Order of the Antelope award
1983-1994
12 5
Mazda LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) Championship Celebrity/International Pro-Am commemorative plaque
1983-1994
12 6
Mazda LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) Championship Celebrity/International Pro-Am commemorative plaque
1983-1994
12 7
Forest Service award
1983-1994
12 8
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Enterprise Award
1983-1994
12 9
Youthworks of Oregon award
1983-1994
12 10
Oregon Water Resources Congress plaque
1983-1994
12 11
Northwest Public Power Association award
1983-1994
13 1
Appreciation award for twenty-two years of public service
1983-1994
13 2
NAPUS (National Association of Postmasters of the United States) – plaque
1983-1994
13 3
Oregon Farm Bureau plaque
1983-1994
13 4
Oregon Cattle Women plaque
1983-1994
13 5
American Security Council Foundation plaque
1983-1994
13 6
American Security Council Foundation plaque
1983-1994
13 7
American Security Council Foundation plaque
1983-1994
13 8
Central Electric Cooperative Inc. plaque
1983-1994
13 9
Framed letter from Elizabeth Dole, Secretary of Labor
1983-1994
14 1
Leadership award (eagle statue)
1983-1994
15 1
Sketch of the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade; Framed photograph of a military reenactment
1983-1994

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Newberry Volcanoes National Monument (Or.)
  • Political Campaigns

Personal Names

  • De la Garza, E.
  • Ferguson, Denzel
  • Kupillas, Sue, 1942-
  • Throop, Thomas Huling, 1947-

Corporate Names

  • Umatilla Basin Project (U.S.)
  • United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture
  • United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Conservation, Credit, and Rural Development

Geographical Names

  • Australia
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Egypt
  • Hong Kong (China)
  • Italy
  • Oregon
  • Oregon--Politics and government--20th century
  • United States--Politics and government--1982-1999
  • United States--Politics and government--20th century

Form or Genre Terms

  • correspondence
  • Photographs

Occupations

  • Legislators--Oregon--Archives

Titles within the Collection

  • United States. North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act
  • United States. Oregon Wilderness Act of 1984