Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series III: Speech/MediaRichard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series III: Speech/Media

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series III: Speech/Media

Descriptive Summary

Title: Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series III: Speech/Media
Creator: Russell, Richard B., (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971
Dates: 1933-1971
Extent: 205.0 boxes (99.75 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/001/RBR
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection Subgroup C, Series III. Speech/Media comprehensively reveals Richard Russell's activities as a United States senator representing the state of Georgia. The Speech/Media series consists of manuscripts, typescripts, printed copies, and transcripts of Senator Russell's speeches, articles, interviews, press releases, and related materials; daily copies of the Congressional Record; and speeches, articles, and press releases by other colleagues of the senator. Not many files survived from Russell's first eleven years in office; the main series for this time period are Early Office, Political, Political Patronage, Personal, and a few files in General.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Richard B. Russell Jr. served in public office for fifty years as a state legislator, governor of Georgia, and U.S. senator. Although Russell was best known for his efforts to strengthen the national defense and to oppose civil rights legislation, he favored his role as advocate for the small farmer and for soil and water conservation. Russell also worked to bring economic opportunities to Georgia. He helped to secure or maintain fifteen military installations; more than twenty-five research facilities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Russell Agricultural Research Center; and federal funding for development and construction. Russell believed that his most important legislative contribution was his authorship and secured passage of the National School Lunch Program in 1946.

Serving in the U.S. Senate from 1933 until his death in 1971, Russell was one of that body's most respected members. Secretary of State Dean Rusk called him the most powerful and influential man in Washington, D.C., for a period of about twenty years, second only to the president. Russell attained that position of power through his committee assignments—specifically a total of sixteen years as the chair of the Armed Services Committee and a career-long position on the Appropriations Committee, serving as its chair for his last two years in the Senate. In large measure he determined the agricultural and defense legislation considered by the Senate, as well as matters affecting the federal budget. During the twentieth century Russell, along with Carl Vinson in the U.S. House of Representatives, was undeniably among the nation's foremost experts on military and defense policy. An advisor to six presidents and a 1952 candidate for president, Russell ended his career as president pro tempore of the Senate, making him third in the line of presidential succession.

Richard Brevard Russell Jr. was born in Winder on November 2, 1897, to Richard B. Russell Sr., a lawyer, state legislator, businessman, and judge, and Ina Dillard Russell, a teacher. He was the fourth child, and first son, of what became a family of thirteen children. Russell was related to Marietta's Brumby family through his paternal grandmother, Rebecca Harriette Brumby, and in the 1950s his cousin, Otis A. Brumby Jr., worked for him as a Senate page.

His education began at home, where a governess taught Russell and his siblings until 1910. From 1911 to 1913 and again in 1915 he attended the Gordon Institute in Barnesville, and he graduated in 1914 from the Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School (later John McEachern High School) in Powder Springs. In 1915, he entered the University of Georgia and was active in various social groups, including the Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity, the Gridiron Club, the Jeffersonian Law Society, and the Phi Kappa Literary Society. He graduated in 1918 with a Bachelor of Laws degree.

After practicing law for more than a year, Russell was elected in 1920 to the Georgia House of Representatives, becoming at age twenty-three one of the youngest members of that body. He received appointments to various committees and, building on friendships from his school days, advanced quickly in the political arena. He was elected Speaker pro tempore by the state house in 1923 and 1925. In 1927 he was elected Speaker of the House and remained in that position until 1931.

In the state legislature Russell advocated building and improving highways, supported public education, and called for reducing the control of special-interest groups in order to develop a fiscally responsible and efficient state government. He took the same agenda to the people in April 1930, when he announced his candidacy for governor. Russell battled a field of seasoned candidates to win the gubernatorial election. His victory was attributed to a grassroots campaign and his skill in canvassing voters door-to-door across Georgia.

Becoming Georgia's youngest governor in the twentieth century, Russell took the oath of office in June 1931. During his eighteen-month tenure, his most significant achievement was a comprehensive reorganization of the state government, which was accomplished by reducing the number of agencies from 102 to 17. A highlight of this reorganization was the creation of the University System of Georgia, with the Board of Regents as the single governing body over all state colleges and universities. Russell cut state expenditures by 20 percent, balanced the budget without cutting salaries (other than his own), and honored $2.8 million in delinquent obligations.

The death of U.S. Senator William J. Harris in 1932 opened the door for Russell to enter national politics. On April 25, Governor Russell appointed John S. Cohen, publisher of the Atlanta Journal, as interim senator and announced his own candidacy for election to Harris's unexpired term, which ran until 1937. After a tough campaign, Russell was victorious against Charles Crisp, a veteran congressman. Russell's only other contested U.S. Senate election occurred in 1936, when he defeated Georgia Governor Eugene Talmadge.

Russell entered the U.S. Senate in 1933 as the youngest member and a strong supporter of U.S. presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt. Seeing the New York governor as the leader who could end the Great Depression, Russell had detoured from his own campaign to attend the Democratic National Convention and to make a seconding speech for Roosevelt's nomination. The two men had become acquainted during the 1920s, when Roosevelt often visited Warm Springs. After Roosevelt was elected president, Russell marked his first decade in the Senate by ensuring the passage of Roosevelt's New Deal programs.

Russell was awarded an unheard-of freshman spot on the important Appropriations Committee, and he became chairman of its subcommittee on agriculture, a post he retained throughout his career. Russell deeply believed in the significance of agriculture in American society. Representing a mostly rural Georgia, he focused on legislation to assist the small farmer, including the Farm Security Administration, the Farmers Home Administration, the Agricultural Adjustment Act, the Rural Electrification Act, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Resettlement Administration, commodity price supports, and soil conservation. A major participant in the Farm Bloc, he worked with a bipartisan group of senators who were committed to increasing the success rate for individual farmers.

In 1933, Russell was appointed to the Naval Affairs Committee, and he continued to serve when that committee and the Military Affairs Committee were reorganized in 1946 to form the Armed Services Committee. Russell served on the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, the Central Intelligence Agency's congressional oversight committee, and the Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, as well as on the Democratic Policy and Democratic Steering committees from their inceptions. After World War II (1941-1945), Russell's seniority and strong committee assignments, following a congressional reorganization, placed him in key power positions both legislatively and politically.

Russell began contesting civil rights legislation as early as 1935, when an anti-lynching bill was introduced in Congress. By 1938 he led the Southern Bloc in resisting such federal legislation based on the unconstitutionality of its provisions. The Southern Bloc argued that these provisions were infringements on states' rights. By continually blocking passage of a cloture rule in the Senate, Russell preserved unlimited debate as a method for halting or weakening civil rights legislation. Over the next three decades, through filibuster and Russell's command of the Senate's parliamentary rules and precedents, the Southern Bloc stymied all civil rights legislation.

By 1964, however, American society and the U.S. Senate itself had changed dramatically, and the strongest civil rights bill up to that time passed overwhelmingly. Once the Civil Rights Act of 1964 became law, Russell urged compliance and counseled against any violence or forcible resistance; he was the only opponent of the bill to do so.

Russell was a defender of white southern traditions and values. Much of his opposition to civil rights legislation stemmed from his belief that "South haters" were its primary supporters and that life and culture in the South would be forever changed. He believed in white supremacy and a separate but equal society, but he did not promote hatred or acts of violence in order to defend these beliefs. His arguments for maintaining segregation were drawn as much from constitutional beliefs in a Jeffersonian government that both emphasizes a division of federal and state powers and fosters personal and economic freedom as they were from notions of race.

Russell's stand on civil rights was costly to the nation and to Russell himself. It contributed to his defeat in a bid for the presidency, often diverted him from other legislative and appointed business, limited his ability to accept change, weakened his health, and tainted his record historically.

During World War II, Russell led a special committee of five senators around the world to visit the war theaters and to report on the status of American troops. He expanded his views on national defense during this time to include strategic international bases for ensuring security and maintaining world stability. At the same time he did not abandon his isolationism, for he was not eager to place America in the role of world policeman. Neither Russell nor his father supported United Nations membership. Russell also had little faith in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as a peacekeeping force, and he was concerned that American-supplied arms to an allied country would fall into the hands of an aggressor. After 1945 Russell agreed with very little American foreign policy. Specifically, he opposed large foreign-aid expenditures when they caused a budget deficit for defense. He believed America's best defense was a military power so strong that no other nation could challenge it successfully.

In 1951, President Harry Truman removed General Douglas MacArthur as commander in the Far East. As chair of the joint Senate committee investigating MacArthur's dismissal, Russell conducted hearings that set the model for congressional inquiry. Many national newspapers praised Russell for his skill in defusing the situation, and he gained a reputation as one of the most powerful men in the Senate.

As the United States and the Soviet Union squared off, Russell strongly supported a military buildup, for which he insisted on civilian oversight or control. As chair of the Armed Services Committee, he started its Military Preparedness Subcommittee. He was a leader in establishing the Atomic Energy Commission, in setting up an independent Central Intelligence Agency, and in placing space exploration and development in the hands of both civilians and the military.

In 1954, Russell spoke against American military support of the French in Vietnam. A stalwart nationalist, he favored military force only when America's interests were directly threatened. He reiterated this sentiment in 1967, when the Johnson administration sent cargo planes to the Congo. Russell fought against rapid deployment, believing that the United States would always find reason to intervene in other nations' conflicts once its military had the ability to engage quickly in some far-flung battle. On June 25, 1969, the Senate passed the National Commitments Resolution, which Russell, along with Senator J. W. Fulbright, was instrumental in drafting. The resolution reasserted the Senate's right to be a participant in the making of commitments by the United States.

As the Johnson administration escalated the war in Vietnam, Russell still could not see a prevailing reason for America's involvement. During the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, he had advocated military action in what he saw as a direct Communist threat to the nation. Upholding the Monroe Doctrine, in this case, was of vital interest to the nation and its hemisphere. With Vietnam, Russell, who believed deeply in the presidency, found himself supporting four administrations as America descended into the quagmire. While he advised the presidents to "go in and win—or get out," he could neither prevail with full-scale military power nor find diplomatic solutions. Once the flag was committed, however, so was Russell. Though frustrated by policy and critical of war tactics, he did all he could to support U.S. troops by assuring that they had the best equipment and supplies and by monitoring defense appropriations.

Pursued by colleagues to accept the Senate majority leadership, Russell steadfastly refused because he wanted "absolute independence of thought and action." Instead, he promoted his young protégé Lyndon Johnson, who became the majority whip and, later, the majority leader. This was the beginning of Johnson's rise to power, and he would not have succeeded so quickly without Russell's favor.

Russell's name was twice put forward for nomination as the Democratic candidate for president. Although not a formal candidate in 1948 and not in attendance at the convention, he received 263 votes from 10 southern states that were looking for an alternative to Truman and his civil rights platform. Russell refused to join the Dixiecrats, who subsequently broke away from the party to form their own slate. In 1952 he announced his candidacy and went on to win the Florida primary. His agenda included a strong statement for local and states' rights against a growing federal centralization. At the convention he received a high of 294 votes from 23 states and lost on the third ballot to Adlai Stevenson.

In 1963, President Lyndon Johnson appointed a reluctant Russell to the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, or the Warren Commission, as it came to be known. Russell rejected the single-bullet theory, as did Texas governor John Connally, who had been wounded in the attack on Kennedy. Thinking "so much possible evidence was beyond [the commission's] reach," Russell insisted that Earl Warren qualify the commission's findings to read that they found "no evidence" that Oswald "was part of any conspiracy, domestic or foreign." Compromise with Russell was the only way Warren obtained a unanimous report.

Russell devoted his life to public service. His love of the Senate and its traditions was most evident in his own example of conduct and leadership. Russell earned the respect and admiration of his most ardent opponents for his integrity, intellect, modesty, and fairness.

Although he never married, Russell dated regularly over the years. In 1938, his engagement to an attorney ended because the couple could not reconcile differences over her Catholic faith; he later wrote that the failed relationship was his one regret. Throughout his life, Russell set his course to follow the direction of Russell Sr., who told his seven sons that although not all of them could be brilliant or successful, they could all be honorable. Russell died of complications from emphysema at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C., on January 21, 1971. He lay in state at the Georgia state capitol, where President Richard Nixon visited to pay his respects.

The following year Russell's colleagues passed Senate Resolution 296 naming his old office building the Richard Brevard Russell Senate Office Building. Subsequently, a nuclear-powered submarine, a federal courthouse in Atlanta, a state highway, a dam and lake, and various structures would bear his name. Russell is buried in his family's cemetery behind the Russell home in Winder.

Scope and Content

Subgroup C. United States Senatorial Papers comprehensively reveals Richard Russell's activities as a United States senator representing the state of Georgia. The Speech/Media series consists of manuscripts, typescripts, printed copies, and transcripts of Senator Russell's speeches, articles, interviews, press releases, and related materials; daily copies of the Congressional Record; and speeches, articles, and press releases by other colleagues of the senator.

Organization and Arrangement

Subgroup C, Series III. Speech/Media is organized into two subseries: Speeches and Media. The speeches subseries is arranged into five sections: speeches by Senator Russell (1933-1969); speeches by Senator Russell (undated); speeches by others; speech material; Congressional Record.The media subseries is arranged into four sections: press; radio/television; news releases; and radio and press material.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

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Preferred Citation

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, The University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia.

Processing Notes

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2008.


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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Subgroup C. United States Senatorial Papers

Scope and Content: This subgroup of papers comprehensively reveals Richard Russell's activities as a United States senator representing the state of Georgia. The papers are divided into twenty series, two of which are closed; some files are restricted. Closed or restricted files are governed by donor agreement, Executive Orders, or privacy considerations. Not many files survived from Russell's first eleven years in office; the main series for this time period are Early Office, Political, Political Patronage, Personal, and a few files in General. In 1943 and 1944, Russell's staff members reorganized the office filing system, and from that point on, the files are very complete.



III. Speech/Media, 1933-1971

Extent: 205.0 boxes
Extent: (99.75 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: The Speech/Media series consists of manuscripts, typescripts, printed copies, and transcripts of Senator Russell's speeches, articles, interviews, press releases, and related materials; daily copies of the Congressional Record; and speeches, articles, and press releases by other colleagues of the senator. The series is arranged in chronological order, latest date first with title listed.
Most of the speeches were delivered to groups and organizations. Radio speeches, commencement addresses, and legislative speeches are included. There is also speech material which includes research items such as reports, clippings, magazine articles, and speeches used by Russell or a staff member when preparing a speech. It is important to note that Senator Russell did not have a speech writer or press secretary until 1959. Most speeches include Russell's handwritten drafts, and even after 1959, his editing of drafts is very evident.The Media subseries includes copies of Russell's statements on various issues and events, usually in the form of a press release, other office publications, as well as articles written by or about the Senator. Arrangement is chronological. Audiocassettes and film for some of Senator Russell's speeches and radio and television appearances are found in the Audiovisual Materials.
A. Speech
Scope and Contents note: This subseries is arranged into five sections: speeches by Senator Russell (1933-1969); speeches by Senator Russell (undated); speeches by others; speech material; Congressional Record.
1. Speeches by Richard B. Russell, Jr. (RBR), 1933-1969
BoxFolder
11Speech File [Notes, clippings, drafts of speeches, including draft of Stennis testimonial speech, Jackson, MS, 3/3/69], 1969
12Chamber of Commerce [Metropolitan Area Council Business government luncheon] Atlanta, 1969 April 7
13[Convocation at Georgia Southern College] Inaugural Speech, Statesboro, 1969 April 3
14[Dwight D. Eisenhower Eulogy], 1969 March 31
15[National Security Industrial Association; James Forrestal Memorial Award Dinner], 1969 March 20
16Speech File [Miscellaneous speech copies and material with Ms. of C. A. Rutledge Appreciation Dinner Speech, 12/6/68, and Athens Speech, 11/9/68, and typescript of Russell's response to Senate tribute, 1/18/68], 1968
17Georgia Farm Equipment Association Atlanta, 1968 November 15
BoxFolder
21Sections 409 and 410 of HEW [Health, Education, and Welfare] Appropriations Bill, [1968 October 9]
22National Association of State Foresters, New Orleans, LA, 1968 October 7
23Retirement of Senator Carl Hayden, (with reception, program, plan, and copy of Senator Hayden’s statement), 1968 May 6
24Annual Veterans of Foreign Wars [VFW] Congressional Dinner, 1968 March 12
25Speech File [correspondence, miscellaneous speeches, drafts, material], 1967
26Gold Cover, [circa 1967]
27Speech and Floor Statement [Elementary and Secondary Education Debate], 1967 November 13
28Dedication and Roll-Out Savannah Plat, Gruman Aircraft Corp, Savannah, GA, 1967 September 29
29Georgia State Society of Washington, D.C., undated
210Richard B. Russell Highway, 1967 August 19
BoxFolder
31Aderhold Appreciation Dinner; Athens, GA, 1967 June 30
32Forty Yargo State Park and Marbury Creek Watershed Project Dedication [Winder, GA], 1967 June 30
33Speech File (Items marked by Senator for future speeches), 1966
34[Remarks re: Retirement of Leverett Saltonstall], undated
35Great American Award Dinner, 1966 December 28
36Thomaston-Upson County Chamber of Commerce, 1966 December 16
37Winder-Barron County High School, 1966 December 13
38[Senate] Rhodesia and South Africa Speech, 1966 October
39[Civil Rights], 1966 September
310Georgia Veterans of Foreign Wars [VFW] State Convention, Augusta, 1966 June 26
BoxFolder
41American Federation of Government Employees Greater Atlanta Lodges, 1966 June 18
42Armed Forces Day (Tri-city) College Park, GA, 1966 May 21
43Law Day - Mercer University Macon, GA, 1966 May 13
44Dedication: Southeast Water Laboratory Athens, GA, 1966 May 6
45Military Chaplain's Association Atlanta, 1966 April 26
46County Commissioner's Association Atlanta, 1966 April 26
47Student Bar Association; Emory University Atlanta, GA, 1966 April 13
48Rockdale Jaycee Dinner [Conyers, GA], 1966 April 8
49Hibernian Society Dinner Savannah, 1966 March 17
410Introduction of Senator Abraham Ribicoff, United Jewish Appeal Dinner; Atlanta, 1966 March 4
BoxFolder
51Atlanta Freight Bureau, 1966 March 4
52Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Atlanta (with program), 1966 February 17
53Georgia Jaycee Breakfast, Macon, 1966 February 6
54Georgia Legislature [General Assembly] Atlanta, 1966 January 17
55Speech File (pending), 1965
56Atlanta Jaycees, Atlanta, 1965 December 30
57Georgia Farm Equipment Association Atlanta, 1965 December 14
58Tifton--Abraham Baldwin, 1965 December 9
59Georgia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Macon, 1965 December 6
510Gwinnett County Chamber of Commerce Lawrenceville, 1965 November 29
511Dekalb County $100 million Day Luncheon Decatur, 1965 November 27
512Association of County Commissioners of Georgia Atlanta, 1965 October 21
BoxFolder
61Lockheed Research Laboratory Dedication, Marietta, 1965 October 15
62Columbus Jaycees, Columbus, 1965 October 14
63Troup County Electric Membership Corp. La Grange, GA, 1965 October 13
64Blue Key Award Dinner, University of Georgia, 1965 October 8
65Kiwanis Convention, Jekyll Island, 1965 September 28
66Presentation of the Torah and Dedication of the Jewish Chapel at Fort Benning, GA (with program), 1965 August 15
67Georgia Press Association, Jekyll Island, GA, 1965 July 9
68Georgia Association of Broadcasters, Callaway Gardens, 1965 June 19
69Military Pay Raise (with program), 1965 June
610[Forrest Hall Dedication Remarks and Luncheon Remarks, Toccoa Falls Institute], 1965 May 25
611Apalachicola-Chattahoochee--Flint, (Statement supporting further development of Chattahooche, North of Columbus), 1965 April 19
612[Security of Space Risk by Budget Elimination of Funds for Large Rocket Development], 1965 January 29
613[Cloture-Rules Change], 1965 January 4
BoxFolder
71[Speech File], 1964
72"Legislation in Hate and through Fear", [1964]
73[Supreme Court], 1964
74Decatur Kiwanis Club, 1964 December 17
75Winder Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1964 December 15
76Dedication of Cotton Hybrid Research, Piedmont Acid Delinting Plant, Winder, 1964 December 14
77Kiwanis Club Ladies Night, Louisville, GA, 1964 December 11
78Hartwell Chamber of Commerce, 1964 December 10
79Atlanta Kiwanis, 1964 December 8
BoxFolder
81Old Warhorse Lawyers Club, 1964 November 27
82Villa Rica, 1964 November 21
83Sweet Potato Festival, Ocilla, GA, 1964 November 20
84Rockwell-Standard Groundbreaking, Albany, 1964 November 19
85Russell Appreciation Dinner, Cobb County Chamber of Commerce, 1964 November 17
86Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, Jekyll Island, 1964 November 16
87Carter Dam Groundbreaking, Chatsworth, 1964 November 14
88Oconee EMC, Dudley, GA, 1964 November 12
89Veterans Day, American Legion Post #1, Atlanta, 1964 November 11
810Golden Fleece Masons, Covington, 1964 November 10
811Altamaha EMC, Lyons, GA, 1964 November 4
812Grady County EMC, Cairo, 1964 October 9
813Coweta-Fayette Electric Membership Corporation, Newman, 1964 October 7
814Port Cities Day, Columbus, 1964 September 11
815Evans County Golden Jubilee, 1964 August 13
BoxFolder
91[Statement in support of Vietnam Resolution], 1964 August 6
92Clayton County Chamber of Commerce, 1964 July 17
93Coosa Valley Area Planning and Development Commission, Rome, GA, 1964 July 15
94Georgia Municipal Association, Atlanta, 1964 June 22
95Final Civil Rights Speech, 1964 June 9
96Russell's Amendments to 1964 Civil Rights Bill, 1964 June 2
97Armed Forces Day, Savannah, GA, 1964 May 15
98Thiokol Dedication, 1964 May 8
BoxFolder
101Junior Chamber of Commerce State Convention, Jekyll Island, 1964 May 8
102Speech File--Plebiscite Amendment, [4/64] (See also A.2. Speech Material--Civil Rights-Referendum), 1963-1964
103County Commissioners, Jekyll Island, 1964 April 6
104[Cassias Clay Remarks], 1964 March 24
105Relocation Proposal, 1964 March 16
106Relocation Speech File (No. 1 of 3) (See also Civil Rights Speeches for 1960); (See also Relocation, 1/27/59, Box 23, Folders 7, 8 and 2/49, Box 30, Folder 4), 1964 March 16
BoxFolder
111Relocation Speech File (No. 2 of 3) (See above), 1964 March 16
112Relocation Speech File (No. 3 of 3) (See above), 1964 March 16
113Opening Day; Civil Rights Speech, 1964 March 9
114Georgia General Assembly, Joint Session, Atlanta, 1964 February 13
BoxFolder
121Griffin Chamber of Commerce, 1964 January 25
122Valdosta and Lowndes Counties Chamber of Commerce, 1964 January 24
123Dedication--Peachtree Christian Church--Atlanta, 1964 January 5
124Man of the Year in Georgia Agriculture Award Carnesville, GA, 1964 January 3
125Pending Speech File, 1963
126Speech File Civil Rights, 1963
127Cloture Speech File, 1963
128Civil Rights Commission Speech File, 1963
129Eulogy--John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1963 December 11
BoxFolder
131Georgia State College--50th anniversary, 1963 November 16
132Veteran's Day Program, Dublin, GA, 1963 November 11
133Defense Appropriations, 1963 September 24
134Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, (Folder 1 of 4) (includes notes and material on hearings before the committee on foreign relations, 8/63) See also A.2 Speech Material--Disarmament and nuclear testing, 1963 September 17
135Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, (Folder 2 of 4) (includes notes and material on hearings before the committee on foreign relations, 8/63) See also A.2 Speech Material--Disarmament and nuclear testing, 1963 September 17
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141Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, (Folder 3 of 4) (includes notes and material on hearings before the committee on foreign relations, 8/63) See also A.2 Speech Material--Disarmament and nuclear testing, 1963 September 17
142Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, Folder 4 of 4) (includes notes and material on hearings before the committee on foreign relations, 8/63) See also A.2 Speech Material--Disarmament and nuclear testing, 1963 September 17
143Veterans of Foreign Wars [VFW] Speech, Seattle, (page 1 of carbon reading copy missing), 1963 August 26
144Lockheed Rollout C-141, Marietta, 1963 August 22
145American Legion, Savannah, 1963 July 20
146Fourth of July Celebration, Jasper, GA, 1963 July 4
147Equal Rights Speech, 1963 June 11
148Dedication Research Facilities, UGA, Athens (includes "Russell Day" program), 1963 June 1
BoxFolder
151University of Georgia Commencement Athens, 1963 June 1
152Gordon Military College Gymnasium Dedication, Barnesville, Ga, 1963 May 26
153Jewish Welfare Board, Atlanta, 1963 May 18
154Law Day, University of Georgia, 1963 May 4
155Eulogy, Henry Dworshak, 1963 March 1
156Eulogy, Dennis Chavez, 1963 March 1
157National 4-H Club Week, 1963 March 1
158Georgia Crop Improvement Association, Athens, 1963 February 18
159Southeastern Ginners Association, Atlanta, 1963 February 11
1510Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Atlanta, 1963 January 22
BoxFolder
161Pending Speech File, 1962
162Appropriations Speech File [agriculture], 1962
163Cloture Speech File, 1961-1962
164Dedication Rohr Plant, Winder, 1962 December 18
165Christian Men's Fellowships, First Christian Church, Atlanta, 1962 December 5
166Georgia Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors, Macon, 1962 December 4
167Dalton High School, Dalton, GA, 1962 Fall
168Young Democrats of Alabama, Birmingham, 1962 September 27
169By-Passing Committee on Medicare Bill, 1962 July 16
1610The Citadel Commencement, Charleston, South Carolina, 1962 June 2
1611[Floor Statement to Authorize Appropriations during FY 1963 for Aircraft, Missiles, Naval Vessels], 1962 April 11
1612Congo-Katanga, United Nations Bonds (Folder 1 of 2) See also: A.2. Speech Material: United Nations, Congo-Katanga, 1962 April 4
1613Congo-Katanga, United Nations Bonds (Folder 2 of 2) See also: A.2. Speech Material: United Nations, Congo-Katanga, 1962 April 4
1614[Brazil and Alliance for Progress] See also: Alliance for Progress 1960-3 III.A.2., 1962 April
1615Poll Tax, 1962 March 14
1616[Hayden, Carl. 50th Anniversary of Congressional Service], 1962 February 19
1617Board of Regents, the University System of Georgia, Seminar on American Strategy Atlanta, 1962 February 16
BoxFolder
171List of Senator's Fulfilled Speaking Engagements, 1954-1961
172List of Fulfilled Speaking Engagements Winder Copy (includes geographical marking of speaking engagements), 1954-1962
173Dick Russell Day, Columbus (includes correspondence), 1961 December 11
174Dedication of Richard B. Russell School, Smyrna (includes correspondence), 1961 December 10
175Coosa Valley Area Planning and Development Commission, Calhoun, (with copies of correspondence), 1961 December 8
176Cloture See also A.2. Cloture Speech Material, 1961 (September)
177Agricultural Research in Georgia, 1961 May 26
178Georgia Textile Manufacturer's Convention Hollywood, FL, 1961 May 17
179Southeastern Cotton Ginners Association Atlanta, 1961 February 6
1710Ernest Vandiver Appointment as Secretary of the Army, 1961 January 14
1711Senator's Personal Speech notes; Civil Rights fight, 1960
1712Senate Remarks by Russell; 86th Congress--2nd Session, undated
1713Civil Rights Speeches Dictated by Senator, undated
1714Prepared Speeches used in Civil Rights Fight (By WMB [William M. Bates]), undated
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181Anti-Poll Tax Amendment Material and Speech, undated
182Filibuster Speeches Unused--prepared by WMB [William M. Bates] (reading copies), undated
183Philadelphia Elections Frauds, WMB [William M. Bates]/bgr [Babs Raesly]-unused, 1960
184"Political and Spiteful Nature of the So-Called Civil Rights Bill," See also: III.A.1.a Filibuster Speeches Unused, Box 18, Folder 2, [1960]
185Completed Texts - New [Civil Rights Proposals] (Folder 1 of 3) See also: III.A.1.a Civil Rights Speeches for 1959, Box 20 (Folder 9 -10), circa 1960
186Completed Texts--New [Civil Rights Proposals] (Folder 2 of 3) See above, circa 1960
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191Completed Texts--New [Civil Rights Proposals] (Folder 3 of 3) See above, circa 1960
192Oconee River Soil Conservation District, undated
193Talmadge Unveiling ceremonies, Augusta, 1960 November 12
194Antarctic Treaty, 1960 August 10
195Loyalty Oath--NDEA [National Defense Education Act], 1960 June 15
196Legal and Constitutional Issues Involved in the Recent Racial Demonstrations. See also: Series I. Dictation, F.12., 1960 March 29
197[Senate--conduct of Senators, Rule XIX], 1960 March 24
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201Negro Crime Rate Speech and Supporting Material; (Folder 1 of 2) See also: A.2. Civil Rights--Negro Crime and Immorality, 1955-1964, 1960 March 16
202Negro Crime Rate Speech and Supporting Material; (Folder 2 of 2) See above, 1960 March 16
2031960 Civil Rights Fight, 1960 March 9
204Richard L. Neuberger Eulogy, 1960 March 9
205Civil Rights -- Senate Reporter's Transcript of Senator's racial incidents, undated
206States Rights Council, Atlanta (with correspondence), 1960 February 9
207Georgia General Assembly, Atlanta, 1960 February 8
208[Anti-Poll Tax Amendment], 1960 January
209Completed Texts--Old [Civil Rights Proposals] (Folder 1 of 2) See also: A.1.a. Box 18, Folders 5, 6 and Box 19, Folder 1, Completed Texts--New, 1960, [1959]
2010Completed Texts--Old [Civil Rights Proposals] (Folder 2 of 2) See also: A.1.a. Box 18, Folders 5, 6 and Box 19, Folder 1, Completed Texts--New, 1960, [1959]
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211[Supreme Court, the Schools, and Defying the Law of the Land], undated
212Dawson Lions Club, Dawson, GA, 1959 December 9
213Douglas--Coffee Co. Chamber of Commerce Douglas, GA, 1959 December 8
214Ruritan National, Georgia--Alabama District Convention; Hiram, GA, 1959 December 5
215Experiment Station Dedication, Watkinsville, GA, 1959 December 4
216St. Andrews Society Annual Dinner, Savannah, GA, 1959 November 30
217Ogeechee Soil Conservation District Dinner, 1959 October 29
218Joint Civic Clubs--Gray, GA, 1959 October 28
219LaGrange Chamber of Commerce, 1959 October 22
2110Dedication of Federal Building, Brunswick, 1959 October 19
2111Kaolin Festival, Sandersville, 1959 October 16
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221Turner County Chamber of Commerce, 1959 October 16
222Moultrie Farm Speech, 1959 October 14
223Extension of Civil Rights Commission, [Folder 1 of 2] See also: III.A Civil Rights Commission Speech File, 1963, Box 12, Folder 8, 1959 September 14-15
224Extension of Civil Rights Commission, [Folder 2 of 2] See also: III.A Civil Rights Commission Speech File, 1963, Box 12, Folder 8, 1959 September 14-15
225Georgia State College of Business Administration Commencement, 1959 June 7
226Nomination of Justice [Potter] Stewart in Senate, 1959 May 5
227Georgia Bankers Association, Augusta, 1959 April 15
228Brooks County Centennial, Quitman, GA, 1959 March 30
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231Georgia Association of County Commissioners, Atlanta, 1959 March 24
232States Rights Council, Atlanta (page 1 missing from one copy of speech), 1959 February 11
233National Cotton Council, Atlanta, 1959 February 10
234Georgia General Assembly, Atlanta, 1959 February 10
235American Cotton Manufacturers' Institute, Washington, D.C., 1959 January [?]
236Reserve Officers Association National Council, Minute Man of Award File--Material, 1959
237Voluntary Racial Relocation Bill [Folder 1 of 2] See also Relocation, Box 30, Folder 4, 1959 January 27
238Voluntary Racial Relocation Bill [Folder 2 of 2] See also Relocation, Box 30, Folder 4, 1959 January 27
239Herman Talmadge School Amendment, 1959 January 27
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241Statehood, [1958]
242Boy Scouts of America--Atlanta Area Council, 1958 December 9
243Chamber of Commerce--Atlanta, 1958 December 8
244Cotton Producers Association, 1958 December 2
245Bulloch County Farm Bureau, Statesboro, 1958 November 24
246Georgia Farm Bureau Convention, Albany, 1958 November 18
247Mississippi Forestry Association, Jackson, Ms [Folder 1 of 3], 1958 November 14
248Mississippi Forestry Association, Jackson, Ms [Folder 2 of 3], 1958 November 14
249Mississippi Forestry Association, Jackson, Ms [Folder 3 of 3], 1958 November 14
2410Association of U.S. Army, Columbus, 1958 November 12
2411American Legion State Convention, Macon, 1958 July 19
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251Georgia Bar Association, Savannah, GA, 1958 June 28
252Commencement, Georgia Teachers College Statesboro, 1958 June 2
253Shorter College Commencement, Rome, 1958 June 1
254Pinetree Festival, Swainsboro, 1958 May 2
255American Cotton Manufacturers Institute, Hollywood, Florida, 1958 April 12
256American Good Government Society, 1958 April 30
257Elberton Chamber of Commerce Banquet, 1958 April 9
258Georgia General Assembly, Atlanta, 1958 February 17
259Georgia EMC, Atlanta, 1957 December 9
2510Soil District Supervisors, Atlanta, 1957 December 2
2511Unveiling of Busts, Hall of Fame, Atlanta, See also V.N. 162, 1957 November 25
2512Kiwanis Club Farm-City Day, Thomasville, 1957 November 21
2513Schley County Centennial, Ellaville, 11/20/57 (Includes notes for Joint Civic Clubs speech, Tifton 11/22/57), 1957 November 20, 22
2514Winder and Monroe Kiwanis Clubs, Monroe, 1957 November 14
2515Veteran's Day, Valdosta, 1957 November 11
2516Georgia School Board Association, Athens, 1957 November 1
2517Conference of Extension Workers, Rock Eagle [Eatonton, GA], 1957 October 31
2518Russell Appreciation Day, Winder (See also V.F. 156), 1957 October 26
2519Pierce County Chamber of Commerce, Blackshear, 1957 October 18
2520Sesquicentennial Celebration, Madison, 1957 October 18
2521Pimiento Festival, Woodbury, 1957 October 16
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261Georgia Municipal Association, Augusta, GA, 10/15/1957
262Brooks County Farm Bureau, Quitman, GA, 1957 October 15
263Buford Dam Dedication (including program) States Rights, 1957 October 9
264Council, Congressional Appreciation Dinner, Atlanta, 1957 October 8
265Industry Appreciation Day, Calhoun, 1957 October 5
266Sawnee EMC, Cumming, 1957 October 2
267A. B. Chandler Introduction, Canton, 1957 September 19
268D.A.R. [Daughters of the American Revolution] Constitution Day, Albany, 1957 September 16
269Dedication of Crawford W. Long Museum, Jefferson, 1957 September 15
2610Civil Rights Speech, 1957 August 30
2611Civil Rights "Dragon" Speech, 1957 August 9
2612Civil Rights Speech, 1957 July 22
2613Civil Rights--Opening Speech, 1957 July 2
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271Mercer University--Baccalaureate Address, 1957 June 6
27266th Continental Congress--D.A.R. [Daughters of the American Revolution], Washington D.C., 1957 April 15
273Rules Change File [Cloture] [Folder 1 of 2], 1957 January 4
274Rules Change File [Cloture] [Folder 2 of 2], 1957 January 4
275Testimonial Dinner for Senator Walter F. George, Radium Springs, 1956 December 19
276Barber Creek Watershed, 1956 October 5
277Democratic Platform, 1956 August 15
278Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Atlanta, 1956 June 29
279Southern Manifesto - Supreme Court Decision, U.S. Senate, 1956 March 9
2710Pilot Club, 1955 May 24
2711[Remarks on Nomination of John Marshall Harlan], 1955 March 16
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281Democratic Rally, Tampa, Florida, 1954 October 23
282Tuscaloosa, Alabama, [Sigma Delta Kappa], 1954 October 22
283Democratic Rally, Albemarle, North Carolina, 1954 September 25
284Agriculture Act of 1954, (includes correspondence), 1954 August
285Remarks on Drought Conditions in Georgia, 1954 August 18
286Supreme Court Decision in School Case (includes correspondence), 1954 May 17
287University of Georgia Law Day, Athens, GA (includes correspondence), 1954 May 1
288Bicentennial Midway Church and Society, Midway (includes program), 1954 April 24
289Arizona Speech (Senator Hayden), [Phoenix], 1954 March 13
2810Democratic Southern Conference, Miami, Florida, 1954 March 7
2811Georgia Plant Food Educational Society, UGA, Athens, 1953 December 9
2812Old Warhorse Lawyer's Club, 1953 December 4
2813Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Atlanta, 1953 December 2
2814Quitman, GA, 1953 November 19
2815National Fertilizer Association, Atlanta, 1953 November 18
2816Armistice Day Speech, Atlanta, 1953 November 11
2817Rural Electrification Administration (REA), Cairo, 1953 October 29
2818Lions Club, Sylvania, 1953 October 19
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291Chamber of Commerce, Greensboro, GA, 1953 October 14
292Chamber of Commerce, Savannah, GA, 1953 October
293Crawfordville, GA, 1953 Fall
294Senate Reorganization Plan #2 (Ag.), 1953 May 12
295American Society of Newspaper Editors, 1953 April 17
296Talk to Freshmen Members in House of Representatives (Congress), Washington, D.C., 1953 March 26
297Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Raleigh, N.C., 1953 February 28
298Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, Atlanta, 1952 December 20
299Winder Kiwanis Club, Winder, 1952 December 18
2910Association to Attorneys General, Sea Island, GA, 1952 December 16
2911Steel Mill Seizure by President Truman,U.S. Senate, 1952 April 21
2912Action on the Reserve Bill, 1952 March 24
2913Universal Military Training, 1952 January 16
2914American Legion, Miami, Florida, 1951 October 17
2915FEPC [Fair Employment Practices Commission] Speech File [Folder 1 of 2], 1950 May
2916FEPC [Fair Employment Practices Commission] Speech File [Folder 2 of 2], 1950 May
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301Azalea Festival, Charleston, South Carolina, 1950 April 20
302Pearson, Drew, 1950 February 5
303Military Assistance Program, 1949 September 22
304Relocation (See also Relocation, Box 23, Folder 7 and Box 10, Folder 6 and Box 11, Folders 1-2), 1949 [February]
305Segregation in Armed Forces, 1948 July 27
306Christian College of Georgia, Athens, 1948 July 4
307Segregation in Armed Forces, 1948 June 10
308Segregation in Armed Forces, 1948 May 12
309Segregation in Armed Forces, 1948 May 11
3010[Reply to AP quoted statement of Senator J. Howard McGrath], 1948 April 12
3011Tax Reduction Bill, 1948 April 2
3012Farm Continued (misc. farm speeches, some correspondence) [Folder 1 of 3], [1939-1947]
3013Farm Continued (misc. farm speeches, some correspondence) [Folder 2 of 3], [1939-1947]
3014Farm Continued (misc. farm speeches, some correspondence) [Folder 3 of 3], [1939-1947]
3015Rural Ministers, Emory University, Atlanta, [circa 1947]
3016Freedom Train and Rededication Week, Macon, 1947 December 2
3017Tufted Textile Manufacturers' Convention, Savannah, 1947 May 30
3018[Statement regarding "Private Power interest" comments by Joseph Alsop and William E. Gold], 1947 February 14
3019Reorganization, 1947 January 22
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311[Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Speech File], [1944-1946]
312Cordele, GA, 1946
313American Farm Bureau Federation, San Francisco, 1946 December 10
314Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, Macon, 1946 November14
315Alumni Society, University of Georgia, Athens, 1946 June 13
316Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) - A Fair Label on an Unfair Bill, 1946 February 7
317Speech Correspondence, [1939-1945]
318Hirohito [Folder 1 of 2], [1945]
319Hirohito [Folder 2 of 2], [1945]
3110Hirohito Reference Material, undated
3111[George Bill. Appt. of Henry Wallace as Secretary of Commerce], [1945]
3112GSCW [Georgia State College for Women] Graduation - Ina Dillard Russell Day Milledgeville, GA, 1945 September 24
3113War's End, 1945 May, August
3114Roosevelt's Death, 1945 April 12
3115Draft Act [Amendment] [HR 1752 to amend Selective Training Service Act of 1940], 1945 March 8
3116Elberton, GA, 1944 July 5
3117War (includes several speeches on this topic), [1938-1944]
3118Eulogy, Senator Charles L. McNary, [1943]
3119Navy (includes several speeches on this topic), [1942-1943]
3120Rural Electrification Administration (REA), [1943]
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321U.S. Savings Bonds (includes radio announcements as well as speeches), [1941-1943]
322Visit to War Theatres, (includes correspondence, press releases and published reports), 1943
323Visit to War Theatres, [Remarks to a Banking Association], 1943
324Savannah Speech, [circa 1942]
325Anti-Poll Tax Bill, 1942 November 17
326Finland, 1940
3274-H Clubs, [circa 1940]
328Wilkie, Wendell, 1940 August 30
329"Jute, the Arch Competitor of Cotton", 1936 June 5
3210"The Young Lawyer and the New Deal," Sigma Delta Kappa, 1933 May
2. Speeches by RBR, undated
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331Anti-lynch
332AHEPA
333China [RED]
334Church Address [Winder, GA]
335Gasoline Tax
336Lend Lease, ECA, etc.
337Military Construction Floor Statement, HR 6500
338Miscellaneous Speeches by Senator [Folder 1 of 2]
339Miscellaneous Speeches by Senator [Folder 2 of 2]
3310Repeal of Civil Service Retirement Act
3311Roosevelt Square, Gainesville
3312School Lunch
3313Segregation in Armed Forces
3314Tidelands Oil
3315Undelivered Speeches written by Bill Bates
3316[Tribute to Senator Gale McGee]
3317Taft-Hartley Speeches
3318Cloture
3. Miscellaneous Speeches by Others, 1933-1969
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341Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
342Governor Saner's Statement of Non-Candidacy for Senate
343Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
344Humphrey--Political Campaign Speeches
345Miscellaneous Speeches by Others Start
346Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
347Immigration (Congressional Record-"Immigration of Education Exchange Personnel)
348Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
349Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
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351Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
352Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
353Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
354Miscellaneous Speeches by Others
4. Speech Material
BoxFolder
361Aging, [1964-1965]
362Alliance for Progress, undated
363Anti-Ballistic Missile [Folder 1 of 3], 1966, 1968 December-1969 August
364Anti-Ballistic Missile [Folder 2 of 3], 1966, 1968 December-1969 August
365Anti-Ballistic Missile [Folder 3 of 3], 1966, 1968 December-1969 August
366Apportionment, 1965 January 51
367Appropriation Matters, 1966
368Agriculture Appropriation, 1964
369Area Redevelopment Administration, 1964 January 27
3610Armed Services Speech File, [1957-1966]
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371Atomic Energy, [1966]
372Atomic Energy Speech, [1956-1958]
373Atomic Accelerator, [1966]
374Atomic Powered Plane, [1958-1962]
375Augusta, Georgia, [1963 May 12]
376Bankruptcy USA, 1960 November 21
377Barrow County, 1962 May
378Burns, Robert, 1943 May 2-1945 September 17
379Chairmanships, undated
3710Civil Defense, 1965 February
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OS 1Christian Science Monitor 28 August 1945, p. 1, p. 5; New York Times 14 August 1945, p. 1-4; Atlanta Constitution 11 August 1945, p. 1-2 [separated from folder 'Civil Defense'][oversize], 1945 August 11-28
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3711[Civil Rights] "Guidelines"; Speech Material [Folder 1 of 5], 1965-1967
3712[Civil Rights] "Guidelines"; Speech Material [Folder 2 of 5], 1965-1967
3713[Civil Rights] "Guidelines"; Speech Material [Folder 3 of 5], 1965-1967
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381[Civil Rights] "Guidelines"; Speech Material [Folder 4 of 5], 1965-1967
382[Civil Rights] "Guidelines"; Speech Material [Folder 5 of 5], 1965-1967
383[Civil Rights] Segregation File, [1967]
384[Civil Rights] General Material [Folder 1 of 2], [1966]
385[Civil Rights] General Material [Folder 2 of 2], [1966]
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391[Civil Rights] Law and Order, [1965-1966]
392[Civil Rights] Guidelines, [1966]
393[Civil Rights] Title I-Title II, [1966]
394[Civil Rights] Title IV, [1966]
395Civil Rights Speech Files [Folder 1 of 2], [1964]
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401Civil Rights Speech Files [Folder 2 of 2], [1964]
402Civil Rights Speech Files [Folder 1 of 2], [1963-1964]
403Civil Rights Speech Files [Folder 2 of 2], [1963-1964]
404Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 1 of 4], [1964]
405Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 2 of 4], [1964]
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411Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 3 of 4], [1964]
412Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 4 of 4], [1964]
413Civil Rights Act, 1964
414Attorney General Conferences, [1964]
415Demonstrations, [1963-1964]
416Miscellaneous Speech material-- Civil Rights Fight, 1964
417Mummers' Incident, [1963-1964]
418Negro Crime and Immorality, [1955-1964]
419Public Accommodations, [1964]
4110Referendum, [1964]
4111Referendum [Folder 1 of 2], [1963-1964]
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421Referendum [Folder 2 of 2], [1963-1964]
422Various Clippings [Civil Rights, Segregation], 1964
423Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 1 of 6], 1963
424Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 2 of 6], 1963
425Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 3 of 6], 1963
426Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 4 of 6], 1963
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431Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 5 of 6], 1963
432Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 6 of 6], 1963
433Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 1 of 3], 1957-1963
434Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 2 of 3], 1957-1963
435Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 3 of 3], 1957-1963
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441[Civil Rights] Speech File--Civil Rights Demonstrations, [1963]
Box
OS 16 negatives of newspaper articles [separated from folder '[Civil Rights] Speech File--Civil Rights Demonstrations'][oversize], 1963 May 28
BoxFolder
442Civil Rights [Mob Violence] [Folder 1 of 3], [1963]
443Civil Rights [Mob Violence] [Folder 2 of 3], [1963]
444Civil Rights [Mob Violence] [Folder 3 of 3], [1963]
445[Civil Rights] New York Crime and Race Relations, [1959-1963]
446[Civil Rights] Newspaper Articles, [1963]
447Civil Rights [Speech Material from Dr. Albert Saye with staff See also III.A.4. Civil Rights [Mob Violence] Box 44, Folders 2-5, [1963]
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451[Civil Rights] School Enforced Integration, [1963 January-February]
452[Civil Rights] Segregation File [Folder 1 of 5], [1963]
453[Civil Rights] Segregation File [Folder 2 of 5], [1963]
454[Civil Rights] Segregation File [Folder 3 of 5], [1963]
455[Civil Rights] Segregation File [Folder 4 of 5], [1963]
456[Civil Rights] Segregation File [Folder 5 of 5], [1963]
457[Civil Rights Speech Material], [1961-1962]
458[Civil Rights] Housing--Integration, Troops into, undated
459Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 1 of 2], 1960
4510Civil Rights Speech Material [Folder 2 of 2], 1960
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461Civil Rights Bills, 1960
462[Civil Rights] Lodge on Negro, [1960]
463Civil Rights Special Speech File, NAACP [Folder 1 of 2], [1958-1960]
464Civil Rights Special Speech File, NAACP [Folder 2 of 2], [1958-1960]
465Negro "Sit-ins", 1960
466Civil Rights Speech [Folder 1 of 3], [1958-1959]
467Civil Rights Speech [Folder 2 of 3], [1958-1959]
468Civil Rights Speech [Folder 3 of 3], [1958-1959]
469[Civil Rights] Defiance of Law, [1959]
4610[Civil Rights] Newspaper "Double Standard", [1959]
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471[Civil Rights] Segregation--Legal background and Court Decisions, undated
472Civil Rights--Special Material, [1957]
473Civil Rights--Special Speech (marked thusly by Senator), [1957-1958]
474Civil Rights Speech (includes material from prior years, copies of speeches, material in re jury trial amendment) [Folder 1 of 7], [1957]
475Civil Rights Speech [Folder 2 of 7], [1957]
476Civil Rights Speech [Folder 3 of 7], [1957]
477Civil Rights Speech [Folder 4 of 7], [1957]
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481Civil Rights Speech [Folder 5 of 7], [1957]
482Civil Rights Speech [Folder 6 of 7], [1957]
483Civil Rights Speech [Folder 7 of 7], [1957]
484Civil Rights--Barratry, [1957]
485Civil Rights--Clippings regarding Racial Matters--Taken from envelop brought back from Winder, [1957]
486Civil Rights--Debate on Referral, 1957 June 19-20
487Civil Rights--Miscellaneous, 1948 March-1957 August 15
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491[Civil Rights] Crime--Negro and California especially [Civil Rights Hearings (Printed Copies)], undated
492Hearing before the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Held in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California, 1960 January 25-28
493Conference before the United States Commission on Civil Rights--Education, 1959 March
494Hearing before the United States Commission on Civil Rights--Housing, 1959 February, April-May
495[Supplemental Notes Accompanying conference and hearings before U.S. Commission on Civil Rights] [Civil Rights Hearings (printed copies)], undated
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501Constitutional amendment reserving state control over public schools; hearings before a subcommittee of the committee on the judiciary U.S. Senate, 1959 May 12-15, 21
502Investigations of Public School Conditions; hearings before the subcommittee to investigate Public school Standards and conditions and juvenile delinquency in D.C. (in H.R.), 1956 September-October
503Civil Rights; Hearings before subcommittee; no 5 of committee on the judiciary, HR, 1963 May-August
504CR 1959; hearings before the subcommittee on constitutional rights of the committee on the judiciary, U.S. Senate pt 4 app cont. 86th Congress,1st, 1959 March-May
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511Cloture [Folder 1 of 4], undated
512Cloture [Folder 2 of 4], undated
513Cloture [Folder 3 of 4], undated
514Cloture [Folder 4 of 4], undated
515Rule Change--Cloture, [1958-1963]
516Rule Change [Cloture], [1958-1959]
517Cloture Speech Material [History of Cloture Debate], undated
518Cloture, undated
519Senator Russell "Gag Rule" Material, undated
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521Committee Hearings (Senator's statements), undated
522Communism, 1956-1963
523Congressional Record Insertions, 1959-1964
524Congressional Reform, 1964
525Connally Amendment, 1959-1961
526Constitutional Government, 1958-1963
527Coosa-Coosawattie, 1963-1964
528Cotton Material, undated
529County Unit, undated
5210Cuba Speech material, undated
5211Currency and Gold, 1964
5212Cyprus, 1964
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531Defense, 1970
532[Defense] Powell Moore (C-5 Back grounders), [1970]
533Defense Policies, [1964-1965]
534Democrats National, [1964 January 25]
535Disarmament, [1961]
536Disarmament and Nuclear Testing [Folder 1 of 2], [1961-1965]
537Disarmament and Nuclear Testing [Folder 2 of 2], [1961-1965]
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541District of Columbia--Home Rule, undated
542Drugs, undated
543Economic Trends, 1964
544Education, Federal Aid, 1963-1964
545Education, Federal Aid, 1964-1969
546Education, Federal Aid, 1957-1962
547Election Statistics, 1960
548Electoral College, 1960
549Electoral Reform, 1949-1964
5410Equal Rights Constitutional Amendment, 1953-1960
BoxFolder
551Farm--Income, Prices, Etc. [Folder 1 of 3], undated
552Farm--Income, Prices, Etc. [Folder 2 of 3], undated
553Farm--Income, Prices, Etc. [Folder 3 of 3], undated
554Farm and Agriculture Speech Material [Folder 1 of 7] [Department of Agriculture Information Book], 1966
555Farm and Agriculture Speech Material [Folder 2 of 7] [Includes speech notes], [1961-1964 January]
556Farm and Agriculture Speech Material [Folder 3 of 7] [Includes speech copy], [1961-1964 January]
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561Farm and Agriculture Speech Material [Folder 4 of 7], [1957-1960]
562Farm and Agriculture Speech Material [Folder 5 of 7], [1955-1956]
563Farm and Agriculture Speech Material [Folder 6 of 7], [1954]
564Farm and Agriculture Speech Material [Folder 7 of 7], [1950-1954]
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571Farm Bill Material, 1954
572Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC), [1960-1964]
573Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 1 of 3], [1947]
574Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 2 of 3], [1947]
575Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 3 of 3], [1947]
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581Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 1 of 5], [1946]
582Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 2 of 5], [1946]
583Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 3 of 5], [1946]
584Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 4 of 5], [1946]
585Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 5 of 5], [1946]
586Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 1 of 2], [1945]
587Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) [Folder 2 of 2], [1945]
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591Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Material [Folder 1 of 4], 1944
592Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Material [Folder 2 of 4], 1944
593Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Material [Folder 3 of 4], 1944
594Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Material [Folder 4 of 4], 1944
595Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Material, 1943-1944
596Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Speech material--Congressman Peterson, 1943-1944
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601Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) Material, 1943
602Finance, undated
603Food Supplies, undated
604Foreign Aid Speech Material [Folder 1 of 4], [1960-1966]
605Foreign Aid Speech Material [Folder 2 of 4], [1961-1962]
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611Foreign Aid Speech Material [Folder 3 of 4], [1957-1965]
612Foreign Aid Speech Material [Folder 4 of 4], [1953-1959]
613Amounts Appropriated, Foreign Aid Program (includes speech notes), 1948-1962
614Bechuanaland (British Prot), [1962]
615British Guiana (Dr. Jagan), [1961]
616Buganba, [1962]
617Congo, [1962]
618Consignment Africa, [1962]
619Cuba, [1961-1962]
6110Dominican Republic, [1961-1962]
6111Ethiopia, [1962]
6112Eugene Black, Foreign Aid Remarks, [1962]
6113Ghana [Foreign Aid], [1961-1962]
6114Guinea, [1960]
6115Indonesia Takeover of Dutch Guinea, [1962]
6116Jamaica, [1962]
6117Mexico, [1962]
6118Miscellaneous, [1962]
6119Papuan, [1962]
6120Russian Support of U.S. Foreign Aid, [1962]
6121Ryukyu (Okinawa), [1961-1962]
6122Trinidad, Tobago, [1962]
6123Surinam, [1962]
6124Foreign Policy, undated
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621Forestry, 1964 May 26-1966 February 28
6224-H Clubs, 1958
623Fulton Special, 1965 March 26
624Geer, Peter Zack, 1965 March 20
625Georgia Speech Material [Folder 1 of 2], 1970
626Georgia Speech Material [Folder 2 of 2], undated
627Georgia Military Bases, 1964 February 1-1965 June 16
628Gold Reserve [Folder 1 of 3], 1968
629Gold Reserve [Folder 2 of 3], 1967
6210Gold Reserve [Folder 3 of 3], 1960-1965
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631Goldwater, Barry, [1963-1965]
632Graduation (Commencement) (includes copies of speeches), [1954-1959]
633Griffin, Marvin (Background) (clippings), [1959-1960]
634Harris, Roy, [1960 August]
635Highways, [1962-1964]
636Humorous File, [circa 1957]
637Immigration, [1963-1965]
638International, undated
639Introductions, undated
6310Johnson, Lyndon Baines, [1960-1964]
6311Labor, [1954-1956]
6312Lee, Robert E., [1957 November]
6313Literacy Test Speech File, undated
6314[Literacy Tests and Election Laws] [Folder 1 of 2], undated
BoxFolder
641[Literacy Tests and Election Laws] [Folder 2 of 2], undated
642Lynching, [1959-1960]
643Marble, undated
644Marietta Material, undated
645McGill, [1959, 1964-1965]
646Memorial Material, [1953-1955]
647Memorial Day, [1938 April 26-1948]
648[Miscellaneous] Special speech Material [Bill Bates], undated
649[Miscellaneous] Speech Material--Other, [1970]
6410[Miscellaneous-Speech Material] Powell Moore (chiefly material on Okinawa), [1969 October-December]
6411Miscellaneous Speech Material [Folder 1 of 2], [1968]
6412Miscellaneous Speech Material [Folder 2 of 2], [1968]
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651Miscellaneous Speech Material, 1961-1965
652Miscellaneous Speech Material, 1950-1960
653Miscellaneous Speech material, 1950
654Miscellaneous Speech notes, undated
655NATO, undated
656Negro, undated
657Negro Political, undated
658Nixon Material, undated
659Nuclear Power, undated
6510Oswald (speech material), undated
6511Panama Canal, undated
6512Platforms, Party, undated
6513Political Platforms speech material, undated
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661Poll Tax Speech File [Folder 1 of 3], undated
662Poll Tax [Folder 2 of 3], undated
663Poll Tax and Elections [Folder 3 of 3], undated
664Postal, undated
665Poultry, undated
666Poverty Program, undated
667Poverty Program and Riots [Folder 1 of 5], [1967]
668Poverty Program and Riots [Folder 2 of 5], [1967]
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671Poverty Program and Riots [Folder 3 of 5], [1967]
672Poverty Program and Riots [Folder 4 of 5], [1967]
673Poverty Program and Riots [Folder 5 of 5], [1963-1966]
674Pulp and Paper, [1958-1965]
675Special Quotes, undated
676Rural Electrification Administration (REA) Speech Material (includes speech ms. for Cumming 1957), [1957-1964]
677Reapportionment, undated
678Red China, [1964-1966]
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681Religious, [1959 March]
682Republican Situation--Georgia and south, [1966]
683Research [Folder 1 of 2], [1965]
684Research [Folder 2 of 2], 1963 June
685Georgia Research Labs--other, undated
686Ag. Utilization Lab, [1964]
687University Research Center, [1964]
688Reserve Officers Association (ROA) Award File--material, 1959
689Rhodesia and South Africa [Folder 1 of 5], [1967 January-May]
6810Rhodesia and South Africa [Folder 2 of 5], [1966 October-December]
6811Rhodesia and South Africa [Folder 3 of 5], [1966 August-September]
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691Rhodesia and South Africa [Folder 4 of 5], [1966 February-July]
692Rhodesia and South Africa [Folder 5 of 5], [1962-1965]
693Right to Work Speech Material, [1965]
694Right to Work Amendment, [1957-1958]
695Russell - Lyndon B. Johnson, undated
696Russell Material (Biography and articles), undated
697Russell--quotes about senator, undated
698Russell -- Carl Sanders, undated
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701Russell Politics--Special (Bill Bates Political Notebook), [1958-1965]
702Russia (set up at Senator's request) See also: Un-American [see XV General, Un-American activities], 1946 January 1
703St. Simons--Methodist Convention, undated
704Savannah Area (clippings), undated
705Savannah Background (clippings), undated
706Central Savannah River Area (clippings) [Folder 1 of 3], [1964]
707Central Savannah River Area (clippings) [Folder 2 of 3], [1963]
708Central Savannah River Area (clippings) [Folder 3 of 3], [1962]
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711School Lunch Program, undated
712Scranton, [1964]
713Soil Conservation, [1959-1965]
714South Growing, [1962-1963]
715Southeast River Basin, undated
716Space Lab and General, [1963-1965]
717Statistics Speech File, 1960 September
718Status of Forces Treaty, [1957 June]
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721Supreme Court/Crime, 1966
722Supreme Court, 1954-1965
723Supreme Court, 1954-1965
724Supreme Court Curbs and Criticisms, undated
725Herman E. Talmadge, undated
726Textiles, 1961-1962
727Textiles, 1961-1962
728Textile Info and Talmadge’s Farm Plan, undated
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731Thiokol Booster Plant, [1963-1964]
732Trotter Shoals-Dukes, [1964]
733United Nations, undated
734United Nations, undated
735United Nations, undated
736[United Nations] Congo-Katanga, 1960-1962
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741[United Nations] Congo Katanga, [1960-1962]
742[United Nations] Congo Katanga (UN Reports), [1960-1962]
743[United Nations] Congo Katanga (UN Reports), [1960-1962]
744[United Nations] Congo Katanga (Clippings), [1960-1962]
745[United Nations] Congo Katanga (Clippings), [1960-1962]
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751Urban Affairs, undated
752Urban Renewal, undated
753Ernest Vandiver, undated
754Veterans Speeches, undated
755Vietnam, [1967-1968]
756Vietnam, [1965-1966]
757Vietnam Demonstrations, 1965
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761Votings, See also III.A.2. Box 71, Heracy Tests, [1958-1963]
762War Between the States, [1944-1947]
763Water, [1958-1964]
764Water, [1958-1964]
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771Water Conservation, undated
772Water Conservation, undated
773Water Pollution Lab, [1966]
774Water Pollution Problems, undated
775Water Pollution Problems, undated
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781Water Resources General, See also III.A.2. Box 85-86, [1960-1966]
782Water Resources General, See also III.A.2. Box 85-86, [1960-1966]
783Watersheds, See also III.A.2. Box 85-86, [1959-1961]
784Welfare, [1950]
785Young People - Miscellaneous Material (includes copies of speeches), [1963-1965]
5. Daily Copies of Congressional Records, 1936-1971
Scope and Contents note: These daily copies of the Congressional Record were kept over the years because they contain remarks made on the Senate floor by Senator Russell or about him. Used as working copies by office staff, many have marginal notes, both by the Senator and the staff.From 1951 to 1971, daily copies were kept in bookcases filed chronologically left to right. From 1944 to 1950, an attempt was made to arrange the copies alphabetically by topic of remarks. Filed among these are a few Senate bills and Executive Orders. Evidently, this was a carry over of the system used from 1936 to 1946, which includes daily copies, off prints of speeches, and Senate bills, all arranged alphabetically by topic.
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791Agriculture Appropriations
792Armed Services
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801Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) (Transportation Strike in Philadelphia), 1944 August 9
802Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) (Transportation Strike in Philadelphia), 1946 February 7
803Jute, Arch Competition of Cotton
804Let the Farmers Live
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811Miss Legislature (Forestry)
812Moina Michael
813Parity Amendment
814Poll (Anti) Tax Bill
815Russell Amendment
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821S. 962 School Lunch Bill
822The South Demands Equality
823$0.03 Postage Should Not Be Extended
8241946 January 17-25
8251941 April 2
8261941 April 3
8271941 April 7
8281942 July 2
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8311946 January 28
8321946 January 29
8331946 January 30
8341946 January 31
8351946 February 1
8361946 February 4
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8381946 February 6
8391946 February 8
83101946 February 9
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841Admission into U.S. of Persons of Races Indigenous to India
842Agricultural Adjustment Act
843Agricultural Appropriations
844Alsop Article regarding Russell Stand on Lilienthal Appointment
845Anti-Lynch Speech by Senator Eastland
846Authorization for Employees of Immigration and Naturalization
847Bankhead, John Hollis, 2nd Memorial Addresses
848Bilbo Filibuster
849Bulwinkle Speech by Russell
8410Byrd Jefferson Day Speech
8411Byrd Speech Statements
8412“Church and State” Wash Star
8413Curl Rights in Minnesota
8414Bulwinkle, Bill, 1948 May 26
8415Langer Speech on Social Unrest in Africa
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851Civil Rights Program
852Clark Hill Russell Remarks
853Clayton Appointment
85 4-7 Cloture Debate
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86 1-3 Cloture Debate, 1949 March 3-5
864Commerce Department Appropriations
865Cox, E. E., Congressman from Georgia
866Credit Service to Farmer
86 7-8 Draft Industry
869Draft Segregation Amendment
8610Drew Pearson Speech and Defeat Cloture
8611Executive Orders 9980
8612Executive Orders 9981
8613Farm Parity Amendment
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871Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) - Russell Remarks
872Freight Car Shortage
873Internal Revenue – empty, cross ref. to authorization for Employees of Immigration
874Labor Filibuster (morse article)
875Marketing and Distribution-empty cross ref. to authorization for Employees of Immigration
876National Defense Program
877Office of Price Administration (OPA) (PAIR)
878Peace Letter
879Poll Tax, 1946 July 22
8710Poll Tax - Hayden Proposal
8711Poll Tax Hearing Denied
8712Presidential Succession Amendment
8713Price Control
8714Public Employment Offices
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88 1-4 Read-Bulwinkle Bill
885Read-Bulwinkle Debate
886Relocation Bill
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891Richberg and Moley Civil Rights Radio Speeches (Empty)
892S. 101- To Prohibit Discrimination in Employment
89 3-4 Segregation Amendment and Draft
895Social Security Act (Empty) Cross-ref to Authorization for
89 Employees of Immigration, etc.
896Sugar Control Act
897Terminal Leave for Enlisted Personel of Armed Forces
898UNNRA Appropriation [lend-lease]
899Carl Vinson, Congressman’s Speeches, 1949 March 3; 1950 April 4
8910Young Amendment Agriculture Appropriations
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9011946 June 19
9021946 June 28
9031948 February 2-3
9041948 February 4-5
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9061948 February 12-13
9071948 February 17, 20
9081948 February 23
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9111948 February 25-26
9121948 March 1-3
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9141948 March 8-9
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9211948 March 10-11
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9311948 March 22-23
9321948 March 24-25
93 3-5 1948 April 1
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9411948 April 2, 6
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95 1-4 1950 May 8
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96 1-9 1951 April 30
96 10-17 1951 July 24
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97 1-2 1951 July 25
97 3-4 1952 March 10
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97 6-8 1954 August 9
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97 14-15 1955 April 26
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9811955 May 16
98 2-4 1955 June 16
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98 10-11 1956 March 12
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99 3-4 1956April 11
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1411(Index), 1966 January 10-20
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B. Media
1. Press
Scope and Contents note: The correspondence includes thank you letters, press memos, and general correspondence. The photographs include correspondence regarding photos, all of the actual photographs have been relocated to Subgroup E. Related Materials, Series I. Photographs. The magazine/newspaper articles contain articles by or about Senator Russell (additional articles may be found in Subgroup E. Related Materials, Series IV. Vertical Files). The press conference/interview files contain both transcripts of interviews and articles that resulted from interviews with Senator Russell.
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1541Correspondence, 1971 July-December
1542Correspondence, 1971 January-June
1543Correspondence, 1970 July-December
1544Correspondence, 1970 January-June
1545Correspondence, 1969 November-December
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1547Correspondence, 1969 September
1548Correspondence, 1969 July-August
1549Correspondence, 1969 March-June
15410Correspondence, 1969 January-February
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1551Correspondence, 1968 July-December
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1553Correspondence, 1968 January-April
1554Correspondence, 1967 October-December
1555Correspondence, 1967 August-September
1556Correspondence, 1967 April-June
1557Correspondence, 1967 January-March
1558Correspondence, 1965-1967
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1561Correspondence, 1966 October-December
1562Correspondence, 1966 August-September
1563Correspondence, 1966 July
1564Correspondence, 1966 June
1565Correspondence, 1966 April-May
1566Correspondence, 1966 March
1567Correspondence, 1966 January-February
1568Correspondence, 1965 October-December
1569Correspondence, 1965 September
15610Correspondence, 1965 August
15611Correspondence, 1965 July
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1571Correspondence, 1965 June
1572Correspondence, 1965 May
1573Correspondence, 1965 April
1574Correspondence, 1965 February-March
1575Correspondence, 1965 January
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1581Correspondence, Editor Thank You, 1970
1582Correspondence, Editor Thank You, 1965-1966, 1969
1583Correspondence, Press Memo (to Senator), 1971
1584Correspondence, Press Memo (to Senator), 1970
1585Correspondence, Press Memo (to Senator), 1969
1586Correspondence, Press Memo (to Senator), 1968
1587Correspondence, Press Memo (to Senator), 1967
1588Other, 1970-1971
1589Photographs, Glossy and Matte, 1970
15810Photographs, Glossy and Matte, 1969
15811Photographs, Glossy and Matte, 1970
15812Photographs, Glossy and Matte, 1968 January-1968 December 31
15813Photographs, Glossy and Matte, 1965
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1591Press Clippings, Atlanta Newspaper File, 1963-1967
1592Press Clippings, Civil Rights, 1965 September
1593Press Clippings Civil Rights, 1965 August
159 4-5 Press Clippings, Civil Rights, 1965 June
159 6-11 Press Clippings, General, 1965 September
159 12-16 Press Clippings, General, 1965 August
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160 1-12 Press Clippings, General, 1965 June-July
160 13-15 Press Clippings, Photos, 1965 June-August
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1611Press Clippings, Political (& Personal Political), 1966-1967
161 2-4 Press Clippings, Political, 1965 September
161 5-10 Press Clippings, Political, 1965 August
161 11-16 Press Clippings, Political, 1965 July
161 17-22 Press Clippings, Political, 1965 June
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1621Press Clippings, Political (and Personal Political), 1964
162 2-8 Press Clippings, Political (and Personal Political), 1963
1629Press Clippings, Political (and Personal Political), 1961-1962
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1631Press Clippings, 1962 December
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1639Press Clippings, 1962 April
16310Press Clippings, 1962 March
16311Press Clippings, 1962 February
16312Press Clippings, 1962 January
16313Press Clippings, 1961
16314Press Clippings, 1960
16315Press Clippings, 1959
16316Press Clippings, 1958
16317Press Clippings, 1957
16318Press Clippings [empty]
16319Press Clippings, 1955
16320Press Clippings [empty]
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16420Press Conference/Interview, Transcripts (Hearsh Paper Interview), 1964 May
16421Press Conference/Interview, Transcripts (U.S. News & World Report), 1964 July 31
16422Press Conference/Interview, Articles (Valdosta Times), 1964 January 24
16423Press Conference/Interview, Articles (Christian Science Monitor), 1962 May 26
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1651Miscellaneous newspaper plates, mats, and prints, Russell and C.5A model, circa 1968-1969
1652Miscellaneous newspaper plates, mats, and prints, Georgia Press Association connection, 1965 July 9
1653Miscellaneous newspaper plates, mats, and prints, Russell and Herman Talmadge, 1965 May 24
1654Miscellaneous newspaper plates, mats, and prints, Russell “Man of Year”, 1962 December 4, undated
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1661Miscellaneous newspaper plates, mats, and prints, Russell portrait by Leroy Little, undated
1662Miscellaneous newspaper plates, mats, and prints, Russell photo, undated
1663Miscellaneous newspaper plates, mats, and prints, American Legion Boys Nation, Georiga representations and Russell, undated
2. Radio/Television
Scope and Contents note: The pending files include information about appearances for radio, television, and tape. The program files contain correspondence and transcripts and are arranged by individual program title or if untitled, by producer.
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1671General Correspondence, 1970
1672General Correspondence, 1969
1673General Correspondence, 1968
1674General Correspondence, 1967
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1681General Correspondence, 1966 July-December
1682General Correspondence, 1966 January-June
1683General Correspondence, 1965 August-December
1684General Correspondence, 1965 June-July
1685General Correspondence, 1965 January-May
1686General Correspondence, 1964 August-December
1687General Correspondence, 1964 July
1688General Correspondence, 1964 June
1689General Correspondence, 1964 May
16810General Correspondence, 1964 April
16811General Correspondence, 1964 March
16812General Correspondence, 1964 January-February
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1691General Correspondence, 1963 October-December
1692General Correspondence, 1963 September
1693General Correspondence, 1963 August
1694General Correspondence, 1963 July
1695General Correspondence, 1963 June
1696General Correspondence, 1963 March-May
1697General Correspondence, 1963 February 25
1698General Correspondence, 1963 January-February
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170 1-2 Pending Files, 1962
1703Pending Files, 1967
170 5-6 All America wants to know, 1962
170 7-8 American Forum, 1950
1709Congressional Issues, 1960
17010College News Conference, 1961
17011College News Conference, 1960
17012Garnett News Service, 1950
17013Meet the Member, 1969
17014Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1963 August 11
17015Meet the Press: Transcript, 1963 August 11
170 16-18 Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1952 March 16
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1711Meet the Press, 1951 February 18
1712Meet the Press: Correspondence, undated
1713Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1948 July 20; 1948 September-November; 1949 March
1714Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1948 August 7-20
171 5-6 Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1948 August 6
171 7-8 Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1948 August 5
1719Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1948 August 4
17110Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1948 August 3
17111Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1948 August 1-2
17112Meet the Press: Correspondence, 1958 July 27-31
17113Meet the Press: Transcript, undated
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1721Meet the Press: Correspondence (answered by form letters), 1948 April-May
1722Meet the Press: Correspondence (answered by form letters), 1948 March
1723Meet the Press: Correspondence (answered by form letters), 1948 March
1724Meet the Press: Correspondence (answered by form letters), 1948 March
1725Meet the Press: Correspondence (answered by form letters), 1948 March
1726Meet the Press: Correspondence (answered by form letters), 1948 February-March
1727Meet the Press Transcript, 1948 March 19
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1731Mutual-address on Civil Rights, undated
1732Mutual - voluntary racial relocation, undated
1733National Issues-Radio WSB, undated
1734Portrait - CBS, undated
173 5-6 Richard Russell Georgia Giant, undated
1737Russell: TV…for Carl Hayden, undated
1738Russell: audio tape to USA football team, undated
173 9-10 TODAY SHOW, undated
17311WCON (radio), undated
17312WGST, undated
17313WSB/TV News (Ray Moore), undated
17314WSB (radio) Busines And Professional Women’s Club, undated
17315WSB (radio), 1935
17316WTWA (Thomson, GA), undated
17317WWDC (Tris Coffin editorial), undated
3. News Releases
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1741Posthumous Russell statements-releases, 1971
1742Russell statements and releases, undated
1743Russell statements and releases, 1970, 1971
1744Russell statements and releases, 1970
1745Russell statements and releases, 1969, undated
1746Russell statements and releases, 1969
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1751Russell statements and releases, 1968
175 2-3 Russell statements and releases, 1967
175 4-6 Russell statements and releases, 1966
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1761Russell statements and releases, 1965 December
1762Russell statements and releases, 1965 October-November
1763Russell statements and releases, 1965 September
1764Russell statements and releases, 1965 August
1765Russell statements and releases, 1965 January-July
1766Russell statements and releases, Press [Radio], 1964
1767Russell statements and releases, 1964 November-December
1768Russell statements and releases, 1964 July-October
1769Russell statements and releases, 1964 March-June
17610Russell statements and releases, 1964 January-February
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1771Russell statements and releases, 1963 June-December
1772Russell statements and releases, 1963 January-May
1773Russell statements and releases, 1962 July-November
1774Russell statements and releases, 1962 January-June
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1781Russell statements and releases, 1961
1782Russell statements and releases, 1960
178 3-4 Russell statements and releases, 1959
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1791Russell statements and releases, 1958
1792Russell statements and releases, 1957
1793Russell statements and releases, 1955
1794Russell statements and releases, 1954
1795Russell statements and releases, 1953
1796Russell statements and releases, 1945-1949, 1951
1797Russell statements and releases, 1937-1944
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1801Russell statements and releases, Miscellaneous, 1971
1802Russell statements and releases, Miscellaneous, 1970
1803Russell statements and releases, Miscellaneous, 1969
1804Russell statements and releases, Miscellaneous, 1968
1805Russell statements and releases, Miscellaneous, 1967
1806Russell statements and releases, Miscellaneous, 1966
1807Russell statements and releases, Miscellaneous, 1963-1965
1808Russell statements and releases, Statements on Senator’s Health, 1969
1809Russell statements and releases, Statements on Senator’s Health, 1968
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1811Agency Announcements, Appalachian Regional Commission, 1970
1812Agency Announcements, Appalachian Regional Commission, 1969
1813Agency Announcements, Appalachian Regional Commission, 1968
1814Agency Announcements, Appalachian Regional Commission, 1967
1815Agency Announcements, Appalachian Regional Commission, 1966
1816Agency Announcements, Appalachian Regional Commission, 1975
1817Agency Announcements, Atomic Energy Center, 1963-1965
1818Agency Announcements, Bureau of the Budget, 1965
1819Agency Announcements, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 1970-1971
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1821Agency Announcements, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), 1970
1822Agency Announcements, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), 1969
1823Agency Announcements, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), 1968
1824Agency Announcements, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), 1967
1825Agency Announcements, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), 1965-1966
1826Agency Announcements, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), 1963-1964
1827Agency Announcements, Federal Highway Administration, 1968
1828Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1971
1829Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1970
18210Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1969
18211Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1968
18212Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1967
18213Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1966
18214Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1965
18215Agency Announcements, General Services Administration (G.S.A.), 1963-64
18216Agency Announcements, N.A.S.A, 1970
18217Agency Announcements, N.A.S.A, 1969
18218Agency Announcements, N.A.S.A, 1968
18219Agency Announcements, N.A.S.A, 1967
18220Agency Announcements, N.A.S.A, 1965
18221Agency Announcements, N.A.S.A, 1963-1964
18222Agency Announcements, National Endowment of Arts, undated
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1831Agency Announcements, National Science Foundation, 1970
1832Agency Announcements, National Science Foundation, 1969
1833Agency Announcements, National Science Foundation, 1968
1834Agency Announcements, National Science Foundation, 1967
1835Agency Announcements, National Science Foundation, 1966
1836Agency Announcements, National Science Foundation, 1963-1965
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1841Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1970 June-July
1842Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1970 January-May
1843Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1969 July-December
1844Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1969 January-June
1845Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1968 June-December
1846Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1968 January-June
1847Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1967 April-December
1848Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity (OEO), 1967 January–March
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185 1-2 Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity, 1966
1853Agency Announcements, Office of Economics Opportunity, 1965
1854Agency Announcements, Office of Emergency Planning, 1966
1855Agency Announcements, Office of Emergency Planning, 1964
1856Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1971
1857Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1970
1858Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1969
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1861Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1968
1862Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1967
1863Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1966
1864Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1965
1865Agency Announcements, Small Business Administration, 1964
1866Agency Announcements, Veterans Administration, 1970
1867Agency Announcements, Veterans Administration, 1969
1868Agency Announcements, Veterans Administration, 1963, 1966, 1968
1869Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1971
18610Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1970
18611Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1969
18612Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1968
18613Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1967
18614Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1966
18615Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1965
18616Agency Announcements, Department of Agriculture, 1963-1964
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1871Agency Announcements, Agricultural Department Farmers Home Administration, 1970
1872Agency Announcements, Agricultural Department Farmers Home Administration, 1969
1873Agency Announcements, Agricultural Department Farmers Home Administration, 1968
1874Agency Announcements, Agricultural Department Farmers Home Administration, 1967
1875Agency Announcements, Agricultural Department Farmers Home Administration, 1966
1876Agency Announcements, Agricultural Department Farmers Home Administration, 1965
1877Agency Announcements, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 1970
1878Agency Announcements, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 1969
1879Agency Announcements, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 1968
18710Agency Announcements, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 1967
18711Agency Announcements, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 1966
18712Agency Announcements, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 1964-1965
18713Agency Announcements, Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 1963
18714Agency Announcements, Soil Conservation Service, 1969
18715Agency Announcements, Soil Conservation Service, 1968
18716Agency Announcements, Soil Conservation Service, 1967
18717Agency Announcements, Soil Conservation Service, 1966
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1881Agency Announcements, Commerce Department, 1969
1882Agency Announcements, Commerce Department, 1968
1883Agency Announcements, Commerce Department, 1967
1884Agency Announcements, Commerce Department, 1963-1966
1885Agency Announcements, Area Redevelopment Administration, 1963-1965
1886Agency Announcements, Bureau of Public Roads, 1966
1887Agency Announcements, Census Bureau, 1966
1888Agency Announcements, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1966
1889Agency Announcements, Economic Development Administration, 1971
18810Agency Announcements, Economic Development Administration, 1970
18811Agency Announcements, Economic Development Administration, 1969
18812Agency Announcements, Economic Development Administration, 1968
18813Agency Announcements, Economic Development Administration, 1967
18814Agency Announcements, Economic Development Administration, 1966
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1891Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1971
1892Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1970 August-December
1893Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1970 June-July
1894Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1970 April-May
1895Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1970 January-March
1896Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1969 October-December
1897Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1969 July-September
1898Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1969 January-June
1899Agency Announcements, Defense Department, 1968
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1901Agency Announcements, Defense Department Correspondence, 1967
1902Agency Announcements, Defense Department Material, 1967
190 3-4 Agency Announcements, Defense Department Correspondence, 1966
190 5-6 Agency Announcements, Defense Department Correspondence, 1965
1907Agency Announcements, Defense Department Correspondence, 1964
1908Agency Announcements, Defense Department Correspondence, 1963
1909Agency Announcements, Civil Defense, 1967
19010Agency Announcements, Civil Defense, 1966
19011Agency Announcements, Corps of Engineers, 1970
19012Agency Announcements, Corps of Engineers, 1969
19013Agency Announcements, Corps of Engineers, 1968
19014Agency Announcements, Military Construction, 1970
19015Agency Announcements, Military Construction, 1969
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1911Agency Announcements, HEW, 1971 January
1912Agency Announcements, HEW, 1970 July-December
1913Agency Announcements, HEW, 1970 January-June
1914Agency Announcements, HEW, 1969 July-December
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192 1-2 Agency Announcements, HEW, 1969 January-June
1923Agency Announcements, HEW, 1968 October-December
1924Agency Announcements, HEW, 1968 July-September
1925Agency Announcements, HEW, 1968 April-June
1926Agency Announcements, HEW, 1968 January-March
1927Agency Announcements, HEW, 1967 October-December
1928Agency Announcements, HEW, 1967 July-September
1929Agency Announcements, HEW, 1967 April-June
19210Agency Announcements, HEW, 1967 January-March
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1931Agency Announcements, HEW, 1966 September-December
1932Agency Announcements, HEW, 1966 April-August
1933Agency Announcements, HEW, 1966 January-March
1934Agency Announcements, HEW, 1965 October-December
1935Agency Announcements, HEW, 1965 July-September
1936Agency Announcements, HEW, 1965 January-June
1937Agency Announcements, HEW, 1964 July-December
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1941Agency Announcements, HEW General, 1964 April-June
1942Agency Announcements, HEW General, 1964 January-March
1943Agency Announcements, HEW General, 1963
1944Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1971
1945Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1970 July-December
194 6-7 Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1970 June
194 8-9 Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1970 May
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1951Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1970 March-April
1952Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1969
1953Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1968 August-December
1954Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1968 January-June
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1961Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1967 July-December
1962Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1967 January-June
1963Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1966 July-December
1964Agency Announcements, HEW Office of Education, 1966 January-June
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1971Agency Announcements, HEW Public Health Service, 1970
1972Agency Announcements, HEW Public Health Service, 1969
1973Agency Announcements, HEW Public Health Service, 1968
1975Agency Announcements, HEW Public Health Service, 1963, 1965-1966
197 6-7 Agency Announcements, Vocational Rehabilitation Admin, 1963, 1967
1978Agency Announcements, HUD, 1971 January
1979Agency Announcements, HUD, 1970 July-December
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198 1-2 Agency Announcements, HUD, 1970
198 3-4 Agency Announcements, HUD, 1969
198 5-6 Agency Announcements, HUD, 1968
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1991Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing), 1967
1992Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing), 1966
1993Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing), 1964 August-December
1994Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing), 1964 January-July
1995Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing), 1963
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2001Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Accelerated Public Works, 1963-1965
2002Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Community Facilities Admin, 1964-1965
2003Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Community Facilities Admin, 1963
2004Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Federal Housing Admin, 1965
2005Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1965
2006Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Public Housing Admin, 1965
2007Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Urban Renewal Admin, 1969
2008Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Urban Renewal Admin, 1969
2009Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Urban Renewal Admin, 1966 January-June
20010Agency Announcements, HUD (Housing): Urban Renewal Admin, 1965
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2011Agency Announcements, Interior Department, 1970
2012Agency Announcements, Interior Department, 1969
2013Agency Announcements, Interior Department, 1968
2014Agency Announcements, Interior Department, 1967
2015Agency Announcements, Interior Department, 1966
2016Agency Announcements, Interior Department, 1963-1965
2017Agency Announcements, Bureau of Recreation, 1971
2018Agency Announcements, Bureau of Recreation, 1970
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2021Agency Announcements, Interior: Federal Water Pollution Central Administration, 1970
2022Agency Announcements, Interior: Federal Water Pollution Central Administration, 1969
2023Agency Announcements, Interior: Federal Water Pollution Central Administration, 1968
2024Agency Announcements, Interior: Federal Water Pollution Central Administration, 1967
2025Agency Announcements, Interior: Federal Water Pollution Central Administration, 1966
2026Agency Announcements, National Parks, 1967
2027Agency Announcements, Justice, 1970
2028Agency Announcements, Justice [empty], undated
2029Agency Announcements, Labor, 1970
20210Agency Announcements, Labor, 1969
20211Agency Announcements, Labor, 1963
20212Agency Announcements, Manpower Administration, 1970
20213Agency Announcements, Manpower Administration, 1969
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2031Agency Announcements, Labor Dept: Manpower, 1968
2032Agency Announcements, Labor Dept: Manpower, 1967
2033Agency Announcements, Labor Dept: Manpower, 1966 July-December
2034Agency Announcements, Labor Dept: Manpower, 1964 June 9, 1965 January-1966 June
2035Agency Announcements, Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1970
2036Agency Announcements, Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1967
2037Agency Announcements, Neighborhood Youth Corps, 1966
2038Agency Announcements, Post Office Dept, 1970
2039Agency Announcements, Post Office Dept, 1969
20310Agency Announcements, Post Office Dept, 1968
20311Agency Announcements, Post Office Dept, 1967
20312Agency Announcements, Post Office Dept, 1966
20313Agency Announcements, Post Office Dept, 1965
20314Agency Announcements, Post Office Dept, 1963-1964
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2041Agency Announcements, State Department, 1970
2042Agency Announcements, State Department, 1969
2043Agency Announcements, State Department, 1968
2044Agency Announcements, State Department, 1966
2045Agency Announcements, State Department, 1963-1965
2046Agency Announcements, Peace Corps, 1968
2047Agency Announcements, Peace Corps, 1967
2048Agency Announcements, Peace Corps, 1966
2049Agency Announcements, Peace Corps, 1965
20410Agency Announcements, Transportation Department, 1971
20411Agency Announcements, Transportation Department, 1970
20412Agency Announcements, Transportation Department, 1969
20413Agency Announcements, Transportation Department, 1968
20414Agency Announcements, Transportation Department, 1967
20415Agency Announcements, Appropriations, 1969-1970
20416Agency Announcements, Appropriations, 1968
20417Agency Announcements, Appropriations, 1967
20418Agency Announcements, Appropriations, 1962-1966
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2051Releases by others, Bank of the Month Club
2052Releases by others, CBS
2053Releases by others, Dem. Nat. [Democratic National] Center
2054Releases by others, Erwin, Sean J.
2055Releases by others, Veterans of Foreign Wars
2056Releases by others, White House
2057Miscellaneous Press, Mailing list
4. Radio and Press Material
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205 8-9 Radio and Press Material