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Albert B. "Happy" Chandler Collection, 1920

Part of Albert B. "Happy" Chandler Collection

77m1 Guide to the Albert B. "Happy" Chandler Collection 1920-1974 77M1 Finding aid prepared by Processed by William J. Marshall University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2012-07-18T10:25-0400 Description is in English. 2012 June 25 Photographs in chronological order and in original boxes 592-604 were reprocessed at some point into subject groups. These have not been completely processed, but the major groups and new box numbers P1-P40 have been added to the finding aid. Also, Item 1 was added. Albert B. "Happy" Chandler Collection 77M1 University of Kentucky Special Collections 257.2 Cubic feet 1920-1974 Chandler, Happy, 1898-1991 Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open for research. Conditions Governing Use note Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. Preferred Citation note [Identification of Item], Albert B. "Happy" Chandler Collection, 1920-1985, 77M1, Special Collections and Digital Programs, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington. Biographical/Historical note The public career of Albert B. "Happy" Chandler began in 1928 and spanned a fifty year period, highlighted by two terms as Governor of Kentucky, six years as United States Senator and a tenure as Commissioner of Baseball. Both controversial and beloved, Chandler was always a charismatic figure. Albert Benjamin Chandler, son of Joseph Sephus and Callie (Saunders) Chandler, was born July 14, 1898, in Corydon, Kentucky. His formative years were difficult. Left to the sole care of his father at age four, Chandler and his younger brother spent time with friends and relatives while their father worked. His school years were busy with studying, sports and working odd jobs. After graduating from Corydon High School in 1917, Chandler entered Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. There he starred in football, baseball, basketball and track, joined a fraternity, sang in the glee club and worked part-time jobs to pay tuition, room and board. In 1921 Chandler emerged with a bachelor's degree in history and political science and the lasting nickname of "Happy." Chandler entered Harvard Law School in the fall of 1921, but after one year returned to the University of Kentucky to complete his legal education. While at the University of Kentucky, Chandler sang in the glee club, affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha and coached women's basketball. He also coached football at Versailles High School and was assistant football coach at Centre College in the nineteen-twenties. Chandler set up a law practice in Versailles, Kentucky, in 1925. The same year he married Mildred Watkins of Keysville, Virginia, a teacher at Margaret Hall School for Girls. They had four children: Marcella, Mimi, Ben and Dan. Chandler's public career began with his appointment as Master Commissioner of Woodford County in 1928. The next year he was elected state senator representing the twenty-second district. At the 1931 Kentucky Democratic convention Chandler was selected to run as Lieutenant Governor on a ticket with Ruby Laffoon. By this time his political activities had come under the guidance of Ben Johnson and J. Dan Talbott of Bardstown. He was also aided immeasurably by his politically astute wife, Mildred. In the 1931 election he was elected Lieutenant Governor over Republican John C. Worsham, 426,247 to 353,573, while Ruby Laffoon became Governor. Chandler and Laffoon split over Laffoon's sales tax bill, and in the Governor's absence from the state in 1935, Chandler called a special session of the legislature to enact a compulsory primary law. This law required that party nominations be made by a primary election and not by a convention, which Laffoon and his supporters might well control. Chandler trailed Tom Rhea in the first primary of 1935 but won the runoff, then defeated Republican King Swope, 556,262 to 461,104, to become Governor of Kentucky. Noted for the reorganization of Kentucky state government, Chandler's first gubernatorial administration is also known for saving the state from fiscal bankruptcy and recruiting young professionals to government careers. Chandler had the new sales tax repealed and through reorganization, reform, frugality, and higher excise and income taxes, financed far-reaching improvements in schools, roads, health and welfare programs, and penal institutions. The Government Reorganization Act of 1936 created a more efficient administration and Chandler was able to pay off much of the state's debt. Among the most significant innovations were the free textbook program, participation in the federal rural electrification program, establishment of a teachers' retirement system and an old-age assistance program, and the start of a special rural roads program. Although friendly to labor, Chandler opposed closed shops and sit-down strikes, and he sent the National Guard into Harlan County to curb labor-related violence there. Prohibited by law from succeeding himself as governor, Chandler challenged Alben Barkley, United States Senate Majority Leader, in the 1938 primary. Facing astounding odds, Chandler launched a vigorous but unsuccessful campaign to unseat the New Deal Senator who had the support of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Chandler then took aim at the U.S. Senate seat vacated in October 1939 when M.M. Logan died. Chandler resigned as governor, and on October 10, 1939, when Lt. Gov. Keen Johnson succeeded him, Johnson appointed Chandler to the U.S. Senate. In 1940 Chandler won a special election for the rest of Logan's term, and in a controversial 1942 campaign he defeated John Y. Brown, Sr., and won a full six-year term. In Washington Chandler usually backed the Roosevelt administration although he opposed some of the New Deal fiscal policies and the decision to give priority to the war in Europe over the Pacific conflict during World War Two. Chandler toured the Aleutian Islands and was instrumental in strengthening U.S. defenses in the Alaskan Area and was one of six senators selected to make a world-wide tour of U.S. military installations in 1943. On November 1, 1945, Chandler resigned from the Senate to become national commissioner of baseball. During the next six years, black players entered the major leagues for the first time and a players' pension fund was established. Chandler's bid for a second contract was defeated by baseball owners in 1951, after which he returned to Versailles, Kentucky, to practice law. He was president of West Virginia Fuel Corporation, belonged to the Boards of Directors of the Coastal States Life Insurance Company and Irving Air Chute Company, and served as president of International Baseball Congress in the early 1950s. In 1955 Chandler won the Democratic nomination for governor over Bert T. Combs, despite the opposition of many of the party's most powerful leaders. He achieved victory in the gubernatorial election over Republican Edwin R. Denney, 451,647 to 322,671. In his second term as Governor of Kentucky, Chandler achieved substantial improvements in the highway program using a $100 million bond issue, the schools, and other public institutions. Addition funding went to the public schools' Minimum Foundation Program and the teachers' retirement system. His proudest accomplishment was the establishment of the University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Medical Center. He attracted national notice in 1956 when he used state police and National Guardsmen to enforce desegregation in the public schools. Chandler failed in bids for the nomination for governor in 1963, 1967 and 1971. In 1967 he supported the Republican nominee, Louie B. Nunn. He remained deeply interested in politics and was especially close to Gov. Wallace Wilkinson (1987-1991), who restored voting rights to Chandler's lifetime honorary membership on the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees in January 1988. Two incidents in the late 1980s involving alleged racial slurs led to unsuccessful demands for Chandler's resignation or removal from the board. In 1989, in collaboration with Vance H. Trimble, Chandler published his autobiography, Heroes, Plain Folks, and Skunks. Chandler died on June 15, 1991, at his home in Versailles and was buried in the cemetery of Pisgah Presbyterian Church in Woodford County, Kentucky. Finding aid Finding aid located in Breckinridge Research Room. Summary of Significant Events July 14, 1898 Born in Corydon, Kentucky 1917 Graduated Corydon High School 1921 Graduated Transylvania University with a bachelors degree in history and political science / Entered Harvard Law School 1922 Returned to the University of Kentucky to complete his legal education 1925 Set up law practice in Versailles, Kentucky / Married Mildred Watkins 1928 Appointed Master Commissioner of Woodford County 1929 Elected state senator representing the twenty-second district 1931 Elected Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky 1935 Elected Governor of Kentucky 1938 Lost primary election for U.S. Senate seat 1939 Resigned as governor / Appointed to fill vacated U.S. Senate seat 1940 Won special election to complete remainder of senate term 1942 Elected to full U.S. Senate term November 1, 1945 Resigned from the senate to become National Commissioner of Baseball 1951 Bid for second contract as baseball commissioner defeated by baseball owners early 1950s Practiced law in Versailles, Kentucky / President of West Virginia Fuel Corporation / Board of Directors of Coastal States Life Insurance Company / Board of Directors of Irving Air Chute Company / President of International Baseball Congress 1955 Elected Governor of Kentucky 1956 Used state and National Guardsmen to enforce desegregation in public schools 1963 Failed bid for governor 1967 Failed bid for governor 1971 Failed bid for governor January, 1988 Voting rights restored to Chandler's lifetime honorary membership on the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees 1980s Alleged racial slurs led to two unsuccessful demands for resignation or removal from Board of Trustees 1989 Published autobiography "Heroes, Plain Folks, and Skunks" June 15, 1991 Died in Versailles, Kentucky Scope and Contents Note These are the personal and political papers of A.B. "Happy" Chandler. Each series contains personal, political, general, and legal papers plus a subject file. There are also some plaques, certificates, photographs, speeches, phono tapes, films, oral histories, and memorabilia with the collection. Custodial History note Chandler, A.B. "Happy", gift 1977 (deposited 1972). Arrangement note Divided into the following series: 1920's, Lieutenant Governor, First Gubernatorial, Senatorial, Commissioner of Baseball, 1950's, Second Gubernatorial, 1960's, 1970's, Family/Personal, Miscellaneous, VIP, News clippings, Speech, Photos, Tape Recordings, Films. Most series arranged alphabetically by subject and thereunder chronologically. Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956 Centre College (Danville, Ky.). Chandler, Mildred Watkins. Cooper, John Sherman, 1901-1991 Democratic Party (Ky.). Eisenhower, Dwight D., (Dwight David), 1890-1969 Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963. Kentucky. General Assembly. Senate. Laffoon, Ruby, 1869-1941 Logan, M.M., (Marvel Mills), 1874-1939 Morton, Thruston Ballard, 1907-1982 Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 Roosevelt, Franklin D., (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 Shouse, Jouett, 1879-1968 Spence, Brent, 1874-1967. Transylvania University. Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972. Underwood, Tom R., (Tom Rust), 1898-1956 United States. Congress. Senate. Vinson, Fred M., 1890-1953 Watts, John C. (John Clarence), 1902-1971. Wetherby, Lawrence W., (Lawrence Winchester), 1908- Baseball--History. Governors--Kentucky. Motion pictures. Oral histories Phonotapes. Political parties--Kentucky. Presidents--United States--Election--1956. United States--Politics and government--20th century. 1920's Series I Scope and Contents note Boxes 1-2 The 1920s Series consists of two boxes of material mostly concerning Chandler's law practice and term in the Kentucky General Assembly. The papers are arranged alphabetically by subject and then both chronologically and alphabetically within each file. Correspondence i Correspondence, 1920, 1923 1 1 Correspondence, 1927, March - July 1 2 Correspondence, 1927, August - December 1 3 Correspondence, 1928, January - June 1 4 Correspondence, 1928, July - December 1 5 Correspondence, 1929 1 6 Correspondence, Miscellaneous, No Date 1 7 Kentucky General Assembly, 1930 Session 1 8 Kentucky Medical Journal, McCormack, J. N., Memorial Issue 1 9 Legal Papers, 1916 1 10 Legal Papers, 1924 1 11 Legal Papers, 1925 1 12 Legal Papers, 1926 1 13 Legal Papers, 1927 2 1 Legal Papers, 1928 2 2 Legal Papers, 1928, Petitions and Motions 2 3 Legal Papers, 1929 2 4 Legal Papers, 1930 2 5 Legal Papers, 1931 2 6 Legal Papers, Abstracts of Deeds, No Date 2 7 Legal Papers, Miscellaneous 2 8 Legal Papers, Southern Pacific Company 2 9 Lieutenant Governor Race, 1930-1931 2 10 Lieutenant Governor Series II Scope and Contents note Boxes 3-11 This series, composed of nine boxes, covers the period from December 1931 to December 1935. In addition to his service as Lieutenant Governor, papers in this series reflect Chandler's activities as a private attorney and politician. Files within the series appear alphabetically. Papers of major significance in the series include those pertaining to Acting Governor Chandler's move to enact a primary law for the 1935 gubernatorial race. General Correspondence i "A", 1931-1935 3 1 "B", 1931-1935 3 2 "C", 1931-1932 3 3 "C", 1933-1935 3 4 "D", 1931-1935 3 5 "E", 1931-1935 3 6 "F", 1931-1935 3 7 "G", 1931-1935 3 8 "H", 1931 4 1 "H", 1932-1935 4 2 "I", 1931-1935 4 3 "J", 1931-1935 4 4 "K", 1931-1935 4 5 "L", 1931-1935 4 6 "M", 1931-1935 4 7 "N", 1931-1935 4 8 "O", 1931-1935 4 9 "P", 1931-1935 4 10 "Q-R", 1931-1935 4 11 "S", 1931-1935 5 1 "T", 1931-1935 5 2 "V", 1931-1935 5 3 "W", 1931-1935 5 4 "Y", 1931-1935 5 5 No Signature 5 6 Response to Correspondence, December, 1935 5 7 Unanswered Correspondence, 1934-1935 5 8 Legal Papers ii Carter Versus Woodford Bank 6 1 Commissioner's Sales, 1932-1933 6 2 Craig Versus Craig 6 3 Farris Versus Farris 6 4 Hamilton Versus Hamilton 6 5 Inter-South and Kentucky Home Life Insurance Companies, 1932-1933 6 6 Inter-South and Kentucky Home Life Insurance Companies, Deeds, 1932 6 7 Inter-South and Kentucky Home Life Insurance Companies, Deeds, 1933 6 8 Lowry versus Anderson 6 9 Miscellaneous 6 10 Radford, William W. 6 11 Remley Estate versus City of Versailles 6 12 Reopening of Liquidated First State Bank of Dry Ridge, Ky. 6 13 Talbert versus Henderson 6 14 Transfer of Deed, Chandler to Guthrie 6 15 White/Bishop Contract 6 16 Political File iii Campaign Expenditures, 1935 7 1 Campaign Posters, 1935 7 2 Congratulatory Correspondence, November, 1935 7 3 Congratulatory Correspondence, December, 1935 7 4 Congratulatory Telegrams, November, 1935 7 5 Correspondence, 1933-1935, A 7 6 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Bain - Biltmore Industries 7 7 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Barkley, Alben W. 7 8 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Brown, John Y. 7 9 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Bush, Louise 7 9 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Byrd, Harry F. 7 10 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Caldwell - Cheshire 7 11 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Chichester - Curd 7 12 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Chesapeake & Ohio R. R. Co. 7 13 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Colonel Commission Requests 8 1 Correspondence, 1933-1935, D 8 2 Correspondence, 1933-1935, E 8 3 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Eilerman, Bernard 8 4 Correspondence, 1933-1935, F 8 5 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Farley, James 8 6 Correspondence, 1933-1935, G 8 7 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Galvin, Maurice 8 8 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Hackney - Hatcher 8 9 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Hayden - Hutchinson 8 10 Correspondence, 1933-1935, I 8 11 Correspondence, 1933-1935, J 8 12 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Johnson, Ben 8 13 Correspondence, 1933-1935, K 8 14 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Kolb, Dr. Lawrence 8 15 Correspondence, 1933-1935, L 8 16 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Logan, M. M. 8 17 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Mc 9 1 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Madison - Monarch 9 2 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Moncure - Myerson 9 3 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Milliken, James B. 9 4 Correspondence, 1933-1935, N 9 5 Correspondence, 1933-1935,O 9 6 Correspondence, 1933-1935, P 9 7 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Q 9 8 Correspondence, 1933-1935, R 9 9 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Sabrey - Smith, Everett 9 10 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Smith, Frank - Syers 9 11 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Schneider, Joe 9 12 Correspondence, 1933-1935, T 9 13 Correspondence, 1933-1935, U 9 14 Correspondence, 1933-1935, V 10 1 Correspondence, 1933-1935, W 10 2 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Y - Z 10 3 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Democratic Primary, Rhea Headquarters Material 10 4 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Gubernatorial Election, Miscellaneous Campaign Material 10 5 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Primary Election Returns, 1935 10 6 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Primary Law, 1935, Proclamation, Court Petition, Poem 10 7 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Victory Announcement, Gubernatorial Race 10 8 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Voter Registration, No Date 10 9 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Voting Charts, 1935 10 10 Correspondence, 1933-1935, Woodford County Democratic Executive Committee 10 11 Subject File iv Accounting, Bills Paid 11 1 Accounting Books 11 2 Calling Cards and Notes 11 3 Interstate Conference of Legislators 11 4 Kentucky Disabled Ex -Service Men's Board 11 5 Kentucky Legislature, 1932-1935 11 6 Pardons, 1934-1935 11 7 Programs, 1932 11 8 Publications, Government 11 9 Publications, Kentucky 11 10 Publications, Miscellaneous 11 11 Resolutions, 1933 11 12 Special Correspondence, October - November, 1935 11 13 State Inspector Reports 11 14 Tax Commission, Tax Law of 1934 11 15 Veterans Administration 11 16 First Gubernatorial Series III Scope and Contents note Boxes 12-130 The First Gubernatorial Series, which consists of eight files, dates from December 1935 to October 1939, at which time Chandler resigned and was appointed to the United States Senate after the death of M.M. Logan. Arrangement of the files is alphabetical, and folders are arranged alphabetically and/or chronologically therein. The records in this series reflect the governor's activities in the following areas: The vast reorganization of a financially bankrupt state government, Sending the National Guard to Harlan County where the United Mine Workers of America were attempting to organize against the wishes of mine owners, The challenge of Senate Majority Leader Alben W. Barkley in the 1938 senatorial primary General Correspondence i 1935 12 1 1936, A 12 2 1936, B 12 3 1936, C 12 4 1936, D 12 5 1936, E 12 6 1936, F 12 7 1936, G 12 8 1936, H 12 9 1936, I 12 10 1936, J 12 11 1936, K 12 12 1936, L 13 1 1936, M 13 2 1936, N 13 3 1936, O 13 4 1936, P 13 5 1936, Q 13 6 1936, R 13 7 1936, S, January - July 13 8 1936, S, August - December 13 9 1936, T 13 10 1936, U 13 11 1936, V 14 1 1936, W, January - March 14 2 1936, W, April - May 14 3 1936, W, June - July 14 4 1936, W, August - October 14 5 1936, W, November - December 14 6 1936, Y - Z 14 7 1937, A, January - May 14 8 1937, A, June - September 14 9 1937, A, October - December 14 10 1937, B, January - February 14 11 1937, B, March 15 1 1937, B, April - May 15 2 1937, B, June 15 3 1937, B, July 15 4 1937, B, August 15 5 1937, B, September - October 15 6 1937, B, November - December 15 7 1937, C, January - April 16 1 1937, C, May - October 16 2 1937, C, November - December 16 3 1937, D 16 4 1937, E, January - June 16 5 1937, E, July - December 16 6 1937, F 16 7 1937, G 17 1 1937, H 17 2 1937, I 17 3 1937, J 17 4 1937, K 17 5 1937, L 17 6 1937, M, January - May 18 1 1937, M, June - September 18 2 1937, M, October - December 18 3 1937, N 18 4 1937, O 18 5 1937, P 18 6 1937, R, January - May 19 1 1937, R, June - August 19 2 1937, R, September - December 19 3 1937, S, January - May 19 4 1937, S, June - December 19 5 1937, T, January - June 19 6 1937, T, July - December 19 7 1937, U - V 20 1 1937, W, January - February 20 2 1937, W, March - May 20 3 1937, W, June - July 20 4 1937, W, August - October 20 5 1937, W, November - December 20 6 1937, Y 20 7 1937, Z 20 8 1938, A, January - April 20 9 1938, A, May - December 20 10 1938, B, January - February 20 11 1938, B, March 21 1 1938, B, April 21 2 1938, B, May 21 3 1938, B, June 21 4 1938, B, July 21 5 1938, B, August 21 6 1938, B, September 22 1 1938, B, October 22 2 1938, B, November 22 3 1938, B, December 22 4 1938, C, January 22 1 1938, C, February 22 2 1938, C, March 22 3 1938, C, April 22 4 1938, C, May 23 1 1938, C, June - July 23 2 1938, C, August - September 23 3 1938, C, October 23 4 1938, C, November 23 5 1938, C, December 23 6 1938, D, January 23 7 1938, D, February - March 24 1 1938, D, April - May 24 2 1938, D, June - July 24 3 1938, D, August - December 24 4 1938, E 24 5 1938, F, January - February 24 6 1938, F, March - May 24 7 1938, F, June - December 24 8 1938, G, 24 9 1938, H, January - February 24 10 1938, H, March - April 25 1 1938, H, May - July 25 2 1938, H, August - December 25 3 1938, I 25 4 1938, J 25 5 1938, K 25 6 1938, L, January - May 25 7 1938, L, June - December 26 1 1938, M, January - February 26 2 1938, M, March 26 3 1938, M, April - May 26 4 1938, M, June 26 5 1938, M, July 26 6 1938, M, August 26 7 1938, M, September 27 1 1938, M, October 27 2 1938, M, November 27 3 1938, M, December 27 4 1938, N, January - July 27 5 1938, N, August - December 27 6 1938, O, January - August 27 7 1938, O, September - December 27 8 1938, P, January - March 28 1 1938, P, April - May 28 2 1938, P, June - July 28 3 1938, P, August - September 28 4 1938, P, October - November 28 5 1938, P, December 28 6 1938, Q 28 7 1938, R, January - March 28 8 1938, R, April - May 28 9 1938, R, June 29 1 1938, R, July 29 2 1938, R, August 29 3 1938, R, September 29 4 1938, R, October 29 5 1938, R, November 29 6 1938, R, December 29 7 1938, S, January 29 8 1938, S, February 29 9 1938, S, March 29 10 1938, S, April 29 11 1938, S, May 30 1 1938, S, June 30 2 1938, S, July 1-15 30 3 1928, S, July 16-31 30 4 1938, S, August 30 5 1938, S, September 30 6 1938, S, October 31 1 1938, S, November 31 2 1938, S, December 31 3 1938, T, January - March 31 4 1938, T, April - May 31 5 1938, T, June 31 6 1938, T, July - August 31 7 1938, T, September - October 31 8 1938, T, November - December 31 9 1938, U 32 1 1938, V 32 2 1938, W, January 32 3 1938, W, February 32 4 1938, W, March 32 5 1938, W, April 32 6 1938, W, May 32 7 1938, W, June 32 8 1938, W, July 32 9 1938, W, August 32 10 1938, W, September 32 11 1938, W, October 33 1 1938, W, November 33 2 1938, W, December 33 3 1938, X - Y 33 4 1938, Z 33 5 1938, Birthday Greetings 33 6 1938, Christmas Greetings 33 7 1939, A, January - May 33 8 1939, A, June - October 33 9 1939, B, January 34 1 1939, B, February 34 2 1939, B, March 34 3 1939, B, April - May 34 4 1939, B, June 34 5 1939, B, July 34 6 1939, B, August - October 34 7 1939, C, January 35 1 1939, C, February 35 2 1939, C, March 35 3 1939, C, April 35 4 1939, C, May 35 5 1939, C, June 35 6 1939, C, July 35 7 1939, C, August 35 8 1939, C, September 35 9 1939, C, October 36 1 1939, D, January 36 2 1939, D, February 36 3 1939, D, March 36 4 1939, D, April 36 5 1939, D, May 36 6 1939, D, June 36 7 1939, D, July 36 8 1939, D, August 36 9 1939, D, September 36 10 1939, D, October 36 11 1939, E, January - May 36 12 1939, E, June - October 36 13 1939, F, January - February 36 14 1939, F, March - April 36 15 1939, F, May - June 36 16 1939, F, July - August 37 1 1939, F, September - October 37 2 1939, G, January 37 3 1939, G, February 37 4 1939, G, March - April 37 5 1939, G, May - June 37 6 1939, G, July 37 7 1939, G, July 37 7 1939, G, August 37 8 1939, G, September - October 37 9 1939, H, January 37 10 1939, H, February 37 11 1939, H, March 38 1 1939, H, April 38 2 1939, H, May 38 3 1939, H, June 38 4 1939, H, July 38 5 1939, H, August 38 6 1939, H, September - October 38 7 1939, I 38 8 1939, J, January - March 38 9 1039, J, April - October 38 10 1939, K, January - February 39 1 1939, K, March - June 39 2 1939, K, July - October 39 3 1939, L, January - February 39 4 1939, L, March - April 39 5 1939, L, May - June 39 6 1939, L, July - August 39 7 1939, L, September - October 39 8 1939, M, January 39 9 1939, M, February 40 1 1939, M, March 40 2 1939, M, April 40 3 1939, M, May 40 4 1939, M, June 40 5 1939, M, July 40 6 1939, M, August 40 7 1939, M, September - October 40 8 1939, N, January - April 40 9 1939, N, May - September 40 10 1939, O, January - May 41 1 1939, O, June - September 41 2 1939, P, January - February 41 3 1939, P, March - May 41 4 1939, P, June - July 41 5 1939, P, August - October 41 6 1939, Q, January - September 41 7 1939, R, January 41 8 1939, R, February - April 41 9 1939, R, May - June 41 10 1939, R, July - August 41 11 1939, R, September - October 42 1 1939, S, January 42 2 1939, S, February 42 3 1939, S, March - April 42 4 1939, S, May 42 5 1939, S, June 42 6 1939, S, July 42 7 1939, S, August 43 1 1939, S, September 43 2 1939, S, October 43 3 1939, T, January - February 43 4 1939, T, March - May 43 5 1939, T, June - July 43 6 1939, T, August - October 43 7 1939, U 43 8 1939, V 43 9 1939, W, January 43 10 1939, W, February 43 11 1939, W, March - April 44 1 1939, W, May - June 44 2 1939, W, July 44 3 1939, W, August - October 44 4 1939, Y - Z 44 5 1939, Telegrams, No Date 44 6 Senatorial Election ii 1938, Campaign Material, January - March 45 1 1938, Campaign Material, April - July 45 2 1938, Campaign Material, No Date, No. 1 45 3 1938, Campaign Material, No Date, No. 2 45 4 1938, Drafts Conceding Defeat to Barkley, ALS 45 5 1938, Louisville Friends 45 6 1938, Poisoning, July 45 7 1938, Correspondence, Abott - Akers 45 8 1938, Correspondence, Albertson - Appleton 45 9 1938, Correspondence, Arbogast - Ayers 45 10 1938, Correspondence, Babb - Banks 46 1 1938, Correspondence, Bardes - Bazzell 46 2 1938, Correspondence, Beach - Bell 46 3 1938, Correspondence, Bence - Bivens 46 4 1938, Correspondence, Black - Bly 46 5 1938, Correspondence, Bobbit - Bozart 46 6 1938, Correspondence, Braden - Broadus 46 1 1938, Correspondence, Brock - Bryson 46 8 1938, Correspondence, Buck - Byron 46 9 1938, Correspondence, Cabot - Carson 47 1 1938, Correspondence, Carter - Cazort 47 2 1938, Correspondence, Chafhig - Churchill 47 3 1938, Correspondence, Clapp - Cloud 47 4 1938, Correspondence, Cochran - Connors 47 5 1938, Correspondence, Conolly - Coyle 47 6 1938, Correspondence, Crable - Cutler 47 7 1938, Correspondence, Dame - Dawson 47 8 1938, Correspondence, Dearing - Divine 47 9 1938, Correspondence, Doan - Dye 48 1 1938, Correspondence, Eads - Elston 48 2 1938, Correspondence, Embry - Ex-Kentuckian 48 3 1938, Correspondence, Fackler - Farrison 48 4 1938, Correspondence, Flanagan - Fox 48 5 1938, Correspondence, Fraley - Furman 48 6 1938, Correspondence, Gabbard - Gayle 48 7 1938, Correspondence, Geiger - Gividen 48 8 1938, Correspondence, Glancy - Gossett 48 9 1938, Correspondence, Graffis- Guyer 49 1 1938, Correspondence, Haas - Halley 49 2 1938, Correspondence, Halmhuber - Hanley 49 3 1938, Correspondence, Hanmer - Hays 49 4 1938, Correspondence, Head - Hiteshew 49 5 1938, Correspondence, Hobbs - Holtzclaw 49 6 1938, Correspondence, Hood - Hoyes 49 7 1938, Correspondence, Hubbard - Hylton 49 8 1938, Correspondence, Igert - Jaubert 50 1 1938, Correspondence, Jeffers - Johnson 50 2 1938, Correspondence, Johnston - I. Jones 50 3 1938, Correspondence, J. Jones - Justice 50 4 1938, Correspondence, Kachler - Key-Smith 50 5 1938, Correspondence, Kice - Kizer 50 6 1938, Correspondence, Klaine - Kuperstock 50 7 1938, Correspondence, LaBarre - Leaseburg 50 8 1938, Correspondence, LeBus - Litz 50 9 1938, Correspondence, Lloyd - Lovell 51 1 1938, Correspondence, Lowe - Lyons 51 2 1938, Correspondence, M - Z 51 3 1938, Correspondence, Personal 51 4 1938, Correspondence, Unidentified 51 5 State Correspondence iii 1938, A, May - June 51 6 1938, A, July, August 51 7 1938, A, September - October 51 8 1938, A, November - December 51 9 1938, C, March 51 10 1938, C, May 51 11 1938, C, June 51 12 1938, C, October 51 13 1938, D, May - June 51 14 1938, D, July - August 52 1 1938, D, September - October 52 2 1938, D, November - December 52 3 1938, E, May - June 52 4 1938, E, July - August 52 5 1938, E, September - October 52 6 1938, E, November - December 52 7 1938, G, May 52 8 1938, G, June 52 9 1938, G, July 52 10 1938, G, August 52 11 1938, G, September 53 1 1938, G, October 53 2 1938, G, November 53 3 1938, G, December 53 4 1938, H, June 53 5 1938, H, October 53 6 1938, H, November 53 7 1938, H, December 53 8 1938, I, January - March 53 9 1938, I, June - August 53 10 1938, I, September - December 53 11 1938, J, April - June 53 12 J, July - August 53 13 1938, J, September - October 53 14 1938, J, November - December 53 15 1938, K, May - June 53 16 1938, K, July - August 53 17 1938, K, September - October 53 18 1938, K, November - December 54 1 1938, L, May - June 54 2 1938, L, July - August 54 3 1938, L, September - October 54 4 1938, L, November - December 54 5 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, Miscellaneous 54 6 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 4-10, 1939 54 7 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 11, 1939 54 8 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 12, 1939 54 9 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 13,1939 54 10 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 14, 1939 54 11 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 15, 1939 54 12 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 16, 1939 55 1 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 17, 1939 55 2 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 18, 1939 55 3 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 19, 1939 55 4 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 20, 1939 55 5 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 21, 1939 55 6 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 22, 1939 55 7 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 23, 1939 55 8 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 23, 1939 55 8 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 24, 1939 56 1 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 25, 1939 56 2 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 26, 1939 56 3 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, May 27 - 31,1939 56 4 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, June - Sept., 1939 56 5 1939, Harlan County Miners' Strike, Undated 56 6 State Financial File iv Annual Report, Commissioner of Finance, 1937-1939 56 7 Annual Report, Commissioner of Finance, 1938-1939 56 8 Biennial Report, State Treasurer, Fiscal Years 1929-1930 56 9 Bill Concerning Finance, 1936 56 10 Daily Report of Tax Collections, April - June 1938 56 11 Daily Report of Tax Collections, June - August 1938 56 12 Daily Report of Tax Collections, Sept. - Oct., 1938 57 1 Daily Report of Tax Collections, Nov. - Dec., 1938 57 2 Daily Report of Tax Collections, Jan. - March, 1939 57 3 Daily Report of Tax Collections, April - May, 1939 57 4 Daily Report of Tax Collections, June - August, 1939 57 5 Financial & Budgetary Control, Board of, 1935-1936 57 6 Financial Reports, 1935, November - December 57 7 Financial Reports, 1936, January - July 57 8 Financial Reports, 1936, August - December 58 1 Financial Reports, 1937, January - March 58 2 Financial Reports, 1937, April - August 58 3 Financial Reports, 1937, September - December 58 4 Financial Reports, 1938, January - February 58 5 Financial Reports, 1938, March 58 6 Financial Reports, 1938, April 59 1 Financial Reports, 1938, May 59 2 Financial Reports, 1938, June 59 3 Financial Reports, 1938, July - August 59 4 Financial Reports, 1938, September - October 59 5 Financial Reports, 1938, November - December 59 6 Financial Reports, 1939, January 60 1 Financial Reports, 1939, February 60 2 Financial Reports, 1939, March 60 3 Financial Reports, 1939, April - June 60 4 Kentucky State Fair Accounts, 1932 - 1936 60 5 Miscellaneous Papers, 1935 - 1937 61 1 Miscellaneous Printed Literature 61 2 Organization for Fiscal Year 1934 - 1935 61 3 Preliminary Budget Estimates, 1936 - 1938 61 4 Purchasing Manuals 61 5 Statements, Auditor of Public Accounts, 1935 - 1936 61 6 Treasurer's Reports, 1936-1940 62 1 Treasurer's Reports, 1936, 1938 - 1939 62 2 Virginia, General Balance Sheet, 1935 62 3 State Government v Accident Prevention Conference, 1935 - 1936 63 1 Accountancy, Board of, 1936 - 1939 63 2 Accounts and Controls, 1935 63 3 Accounts and Controls, 1936 - 1937 63 4 Accounts and Controls, 1938 63 5 Accounts and Controls, 1939 63 6 Adjutant General, 1935 - 1936 63 7 Adjutant General, 1937 63 8 Agriculture, Board of, 1936, No. 1 63 9 Agriculture, Board of, 1936, No. 2 63 10 Agriculture, Board of, 1938 - 1939 64 1 Alcoholic Control 64 2 Armory Commission 64 3 Athletic Commission, 1936 - 1939 64 4 Attorney General, 1936 64 5 Attorney General, 1937, January - March 64 6 Attorney General, 1937, April - December 64 7 Attorney General, 1938, January - June 64 8 Attorney General,1938, July - December 64 9 Attorney General, 1939 64 10 Audit and Survey, 1936 - 1937 64 11 Auditor of State, 1936 - 1939 64 12 Banking 65 1 Banking Department 65 2 Barbers and Beauticians, 1936 - 1938 65 3 Barbers and Beauticians, 1939 65 4 Bar Examiners, State Board of 65 5 Blind, School for, 1939 65 6 Business Regulation 65 7 Central State Hospital, December, 1935 to July, 1936 65 8 Central State Hospital, August, 1936 to May, 1937 65 9 Central State Hospital, June, 1937 to October, 1938 65 10 Central State Hospital, 1939 65 11 Children's Home Society 65 12 Chiropractic Board 65 13 Confederate Pension Department 65 14 Conservation, Department of 65 15 Court of Appeals 66 1 Crippled Children's Society 66 2 Deaf, School for 66 3 Dental Examiners 66 4 Eastern State Hospital, 1936 66 5 Eastern State Hospital, 1937 66 6 Eastern State Hospital, k1938 - 1939 66 7 Eastern State Teacher College 66 8 Education, Department of, 1936 - 1937 66 9 Education, Department of, 1938 66 10 Education, Department of, 1939 67 1 Embalmers, Board of 67 2 Employment Services 67 3 Feeble Minded Institution 67 4 Finance, Department of, 1936, 67 5 Finance, Department of, January - May, 1937 67 6 Finance, Department of, June - December, 1937 67 7 Finance, Department of, 1938 67 8 Finance, Department of, 1939 67 9 Fire Prevention and Rates 68 1 Forestry, Division of 68 2 Game and Fish Commission, 1936 68 3 Game and Fish Commission, 1937 68 4 Game and Fish Commission, 1938 68 5 Game and Fish Commission, 1939 68 6 Game and Fish Commission, Glen Springs Fish Hatchery 68 7 Governor's Cabinet 68 8 Harlan County Duty, 1939 68 9 Health, Board of, 1936 68 10 Health, Board of, 1937 68 11 Health, Board of, 1938 69 1 Health, Board of, January - September, 1939 69 2 Health, Board of, Hazelwood Sanatorium 69 3 Health, Miscellaneous, 1938 - 1939 69 4 Highways, Department of, January 1936 69 5 Highways, Department of, February 1936 69 6 Highways, Department of, March 1936 69 7 Highways, Department of, April 1936 69 8 Highways, Department of, May 1936 69 9 Highways, Department of, June 1936 69 10 Highways, Department of, July 1936 69 11 Highways, Department of, August 1936 69 12 Highways, Department of, September 1936 69 13 Highways, Department of, October 1936 70 1 Highways, Department of, November 1936 70 2 Highways, Department of, December 1936 70 3 Highways, Department of, January 1937 70 4 Highways, Department of, February 1937 70 5 Highways, Department of, March 1937 70 6 Highways, Department of, April 1937 70 7 Highways, Department of, May 1937 70 8 Highways, Department of, June 1937 70 9 Highways, Department of, July 1937 70 10 Highways, Department of, August 1937 70 11 Highways, Department of, September 1937 70 12 Highways, Department of, October 1937 70 13 Highways, Department of, November 1937 70 14 Highways, Department of, December 1937 70 15 Highways, Department of, January 1938 71 1 Highways, Department of, February 1938 71 2 Highways, Department of, March 1938 71 3 Highways, Department of, April 1938 71 4 Highways, Department of, May 1938 71 5 Highways, Department of, June 1938 71 6 Highways, Department of, July - August 1938 71 7 Highways, Department of, September 1938 71 8 Highways, Department of, October 1938 71 9 Highways, Department of, November 1938 71 10 Highways, Department of, December 1938 71 11 Highways, Department of, January 1939 71 12 Highways, Department of, February 1939 71 13 Highways, Department of, March 1939 71 14 Highways, Department of, April 1939 71 15 Highways, Department of, May 1939 71 16 Highways, Department of, June 1939 72 1 Highways, Department of, July 1939 72 2 Highways, Department of, August - October 1939 72 3 Highway Engineer 72 4 Highway Patrol 72 5 Historical Society 72 6 Horticulture Society 72 7 House of Reform 72 8 Industrial College, 1936 - 1937 72 9 Industrial College, 1938 - 1939 72 10 Industrial Relations, 1936 72 11 Industrial Relations, 1937 - 1938 72 12 Industrial Relations, 1939 72 13 Industrial Relations, Publications 73 1 Inspector and Examiner 73 2 Insurance, Department of 73 3 Jefferson Davis Memorial 73 4 Legislative Council 73 5 Librarian 73 6 Lieutenant Governor, January - February, 1937 73 7 Lieutenant Governor, March, 1937 73 8 Lieutenant Governor, April, 1937 73 9 Lieutenant Governor, May - June, 1937 73 10 Lieutenant Governor, September 8 - 14, 1937 73 11 Lieutenant Governor, September 15 - 22, 1937 73 12 Lieutenant Governor, September 23 - 30, 1937 73 13 Lieutenant Governor, October - December, 1937 73 14 Lieutenant Governor, January - July, 1938 73 15 Lieutenant Governor, August 14 - 18, 1938 73 16 Lieutenant Governor, August 19 - 22, 1938 74 1 Lieutenant Governor, August 23 - 31, 1938 74 2 Lieutenant Governor, September 1 - 7, 1938 74 3 Lieutenant Governor, September 9 - 10, 1938 74 4 October, 1938 74 5 Lieutenant Governor, 1939 74 6 Mammoth Cave Commission 74 7 Military Department, July, 1937 74 8 Military Department, August, 1937 74 9 Military Department, September, 1937 74 10 Military Department, October, 1937 74 11 Military Department, November, 1937 74 12 Military Department, December, 1937 74 13 Military Department, January, 1938 74 14 Military Department, February 1938 74 15 Military Department, March, 1938 75 1 Military Department, April, 1938 75 2 Military Department, May, 1938 75 3 Military Department, June - December, 1938 75 4 Military Department, 1939 75 5 Military, Bureau of Identification & Investigation 75 6 Military, Highway Safety Commission 75 7 Mines & Minerals, Department of 75 8 Morehead State College, 1936 75 9 Morehead State College, 1937 75 10 Morehead State College, 1938 75 11 Morehead State College, 1939 76 1 Motor Transportation Department, 1936 - 1937 76 2 Motor Transportation Department, 1938 - 1939 76 3 Murray State Teachers College, 1936 76 4 Murray State Teachers College, 1937 76 5 Murray State Teachers College, 1938 76 6 Murray State Teachers College, 1939 76 7 Nurses, Board of Examiners 76 8 Old Kentucky Home Commission 76 9 Parks and Recreation, 1936 - 1937 76 10 Parks and Recreation, 1938 76 11 Parks and Recreation, 1939 76 12 Penitentiary, Eddyville 76 13 Personnel, 1936 - 1938 77 1 Personnel, 1939 77 2 Pharmacy, Board of 77 3 Planning Board, January - August, 1936 77 4 Planning Board, August - December, 1936 77 5 Planning Board, 1937-1939 77 6 Printer, State 77 7 Professional Engineers, Board of 77 8 Publicity Director, 1936 77 9 Publicity Director, 1937 77 10 Publicity Director, 1938 77 11 Public Service Commission, 1935 - 1936 77 12 Public Service Commission, 1937 77 13 Public Service Commission, 1938 - 1939 77 14 Purchases and Properties, 1935 - 1936 78 1 Purchases and Properties, 1937 78 2 Purchases and Properties, 1938 - 1939 78 3 Racing Commission 78 4 Raliroad Commission, 1936 78 5 Raliroad Commission, 1937 78 6 Railroad Commission, 1938 - 1939 78 7 Real Estate Board, 1937 78 8 Real Estate Board, 1938 78 9 Real Estate Board, 1939 78 10 Reformatory, 1935 78 11 Reformatory, 1936 78 12 Reformatory, 1937 78 13 Reformatory, Escape Inquest, February, 1936 78 14 Reformatory, Escape Inquest, February, 1936 79 1 Revenue, Department of, January, 1936 79 2 Revenue, Department of, July, 1936 79 3 Revenue, Department of, August - September, 1936 79 4 Revenue, Department of, October, 1936 79 5 Revenue, Department of, November, 1936 79 6 Revenue, Department of, December, 1936 79 7 Revenue, Department of, February, 1937 79 8 Revenue, Department of, March, 1937 79 9 Revenue, Department of, April, 1937 79 10 Revenue, Department of, May, 1937 79 11 Revenue, Department of, June, 1937 79 12 Revenue, Department of, July, 1937 79 13 Revenue, Department of, August, 1937 79 14 Revenue, Department of, September, 1937 79 15 Revenue, Department of, October 1937 79 16 Revenue, Department of, November 1937 79 17 Revenue, Department of, December 1937 79 18 Revenue, Department of, January 1938 79 19 Revenue, Department of, February, 1938 79 20 Revenue, Department of, March, 1938 79 21 Revenue, Department of, April, 1938 79 22 Revenue, Department of, May, 1938 79 23 Revenue, Department of, June, 1938 79 24 Revenue, Department of, July, 1938 79 25 Revenue, Department of, August, 1938 79 26 Revenue, Department of, September, 1938 80 1 Revenue, Department of, October, 1938 80 2 Revenue, Department of, November, 1938 80 3 Revenue, Department of, December, 1938 80 4 Revenue, Department of, January - May, 1939 80 5 Revenue, Department of, June - December, 1939 80 6 Secretary of State, 1935 - 1938 80 7 Secretary of State, 1939 80 8 Tax Collection, Daily Report of, November, 1937 80 9 Tax Collection, Daily Report of, December, 1937 80 10 Tax Collection, Daily Report of, January, 1938 80 11 Tax Collection, Daily Report of, February, 1938 80 12 Tax Collection, Daily Report of, March, 1938 80 13 Tax Collection, Daily Report of, April 1938 80 14 Tax Collection, Daily Report of, May 1938 80 15 Tax Commission 80 16 Treasurer, 1936 80 17 Treasurer, 1937 80 18 Treasurer, 1938 80 19 Unemployment, 1936 80 20 Unemployment, 1937 80 21 Unemployment, 1938-1939 81 1 University of Kentucky, 1935 81 2 University of Kentucky, January, 1936 81 3 University of Kentucky, February, 1936 81 4 University of Kentucky, March, 1936 81 5 University of Kentucky, April, 1936 81 6 University of Kentucky, May, 1936 81 7 University of Kentucky, June, 1936 81 8 University of Kentucky, July, 1936 81 9 University of Kentucky, August, 1936 81 10 University of Kentucky, September, 1936 81 11 University of Kentucky, October, 1936 81 12 University of Kentucky, November, 1936 81 13 University of Kentucky, December, 1936 81 14 University of Kentucky, January, 1937 81 15 University of Kentucky, February, 1937 81 16 University of Kentucky, March, 1937 81 17 University of Kentucky, April, 1937 81 18 University of Kentucky, May, 1937 81 19 University of Kentucky, June, 1937 81 20 University of Kentucky, July, 1937 81 21 University of Kentucky, August, 1937 81 22 University of Kentucky, September, 1937 81 23 University of Kentucky, October, 1937 82 1 University of Kentucky, November, 1937 82 2 University of Kentucky, December, 1937 82 3 University of Kentucky, January, 1938 82 4 University of Kentucky, February, 1938 82 5 University of Kentucky, March, 1938 82 6 University of Kentucky, April, 1938 82 7 University of Kentucky, May, 1938 82 8 University of Kentucky, June, 1938 82 9 University of Kentucky, July, 1938 82 10 University of Kentucky, August, 1938 82 11 University of Kentucky, September, 1938 82 12 University of Kentucky, October, 1938 82 13 University of Kentucky, November, 1938 82 14 University of Kentucky, December, 1938 82 15 University of Kentucky, January - February, 1969 82 16 University of Kentucky, March - May, 1939 82 17 University of Kentucky, June - December, 1939 82 18 Veterinarians 83 1 Welfare, Appointments 83 2 Welfare, Child 83 3 Welfare, Children's Home 83 4 Welfare, Miscellaneous, January - April, 1939 83 5 Welfare, Miscellaneous, May - December, 1939 83 6 Welfare, New Hospital, 1937-1939 83 7 Welfare, New Prison 83 8 Welfare, Old Age Assistance, 1937 83 9 Welfare, Old Age Assistance, 1938 83 10 Welfare, Old Age Assistance, 1939 83 11 Welfare, Probation and Parole, 1937-1938 84 1 Welfare, Probation and Parole, 1939 84 2 Welfare, Public, January - March, 1936 84 3 Welfare Public, April - June, 1936 84 4 Welfare Public, July, 1936 84 5 Welfare Public, August, 1936 84 6 Welfare Public, September, 1936 84 7 Welfare Public, October - December, 1936 84 8 Welfare Public, January - March, 1937 85 1 Welfare Public, April - June, 1937 85 2 Welfare Public, July - December, 1937 85 3 Welfare Public, January - March, 1938 85 4 Welfare Public, April - June, 1938 85 5 Welfare Public, July - September, 1938 85 6 Welfare Public, October - December, 1938 85 7 Welfare Public, Miscellaneous, 1936 85 8 Western Kentucky Industrial College, 1937 86 1 Western Kentucky Industrial College,January 1938 86 2 Western Kentucky Industrial College,1938-1939 86 3 Western State Hospital 86 4 Western Kentucky Teachers College, 1936 86 5 Western Kentucky Teachers College, 1937 86 6 Western Kentucky Teachers College, 1939 86 7 Workman's Compensation, 1936 86 8 Workman's Compensation, 1937-1938 86 9 Workman's Compensation, 1939 86 10 State Legislature vi 1936-1937 Special Session, Alcohol, Milk & Tobacco Control, Correspondence 87 1 1936-1937 Special Session, Call for Special Session, December 1936 87 2 1936-1937 Special Session, Child Labor Amendment, Correspondence 87 3 1936-1937 Special Session, Direct State Assistance & Unemployment Compensation 87 4 1936-1937 Special Session, Education Legislation, Correspondence 87 5 1936-1937 Special Session, General Correspondence, May - October, 1936 87 6 1936-1937 Special Session, General Correspondence, November 1936 - January 1937 87 7 1936-1937 Special Session, Hyden, W. H., Right to Sue State Correspondence 87 8 1936-1937 Special Session, Kentucky Trade-Mark Registration, Correspondence 87 9 1936-1937 Special Session, Mine Guard Bill, Harlan County, Correspondence 87 10 1936-1937 Special Session, Rural Electrification Bill Correspondence 87 11 1936-1937 Special Session, Roll Calls 88 1 1936-1937 Special Session, Sheriff - Jailer Bill, Correspondence 88 2 Tax Exemption Legislation, Correspondence 88 3 1936-1937 Special Session, Truck - Size Legislation, Correspondence 88 4 1936-1937 Special Session, General Correspondence, March 1-16 88 5 1936-1937 Special Session, General Correspondence, March 17-31 88 6 1936-1937 Special Session, General Correspondence, April 1-11 89 1 1936-1937 Special Session, General Correspondence, April 12-30 89 2 1936-1937 Special Session, Dangerous Drug Act 89 3 1936-1937 Special Session, Division of Hospitals & Mental Hygiene Bill 89 4 Legislators 89 5 Legislature 89 6 Proclamations for Special Session 89 7 Roll Calls 89 8 Sanitary District Act 89 9 Senate Bill No. 8 89 10 Regular Session, Committee Assignments, 1937 90 1 Regular Session, Correspondence, Education, 1938 90 2 Regular Session, Correspondence, Insurance Legislation 90 3 Regular Session, Correspondence, Telegrams, 1938 90 4 Regular Session, Correspondence, January - April 8, 1936 90 5 Regular Session, Correspondence, April 9-16, 1936 90 6 Regular Session, Correspondence,April 17 - May, 1936 90 7 Regular Session, Correspondence, July - December, 1936 91 1 Regular Session, Correspondence,January - November, 1937 91 2 Regular Session, Correspondence, December, 1937 91 3 Regular Session, Correspondence, January, 1938 91 4 Regular Session, Correspondence, February 1-12, 1938 91 5 Regular Session, Correspondence, February 14-18, 1938 91 6 Regular Session, Correspondence, March, 1938 91 7 Regular Session, House Committee Reports, 1938 92 1 Regular Session, House and Senate Bills Passed, 1938 92 2 Regular Session, House, Senate Resolutions, 1938 92 3 Regular Session, House, Senate Candidates, No Date 92 4 Regular Session, House, Senate Proposals, 1938 92 5 Regular Session, Legislative Acts, Summaries, No Date 92 6 Regular Session, Legislative Proposals, Summaries 92 7 Regular Session, Legislators, 1935-1936 92 8 Regular Session, Legislators, 1937-1938 92 9 Regular Session, Liquor Legislation, Petitions, No Date 93 1 Regular Session, Liquor Legislation, Petitions, 1936 93 2 Telegrams, 1938 93 3 Regular Session, Liquor Legislation, Correspondence, 1936 93 4 Regular Session, Liquor Legislation, Correspondence, January 1-14, 1938 93 5 Regular Session, Liquor Legislation, Correspondence, January 15-19, 1938 93 6 Regular Session, Liquor Legislation, Correspondence, January 20 - March, 1938 93 7 Regular Session, Liquor Legislation, Tax Stamp Regulation 93 8 Regular Session, Memoranda, House Bills, 1938 94 1 Regular Session, Memoranda, Senate Bills, 1938 94 2 Regular Session, Roll Calls, 1936 94 3 Regular Session, Roll Calls, 1938 94 4 Subject File vii Accountants, 1935-1936 95 1 Aman Legion, 1935-1937 95 2 Aman Legion, 1939 95 3 Aman Red Cross, February - July, 1937 95 4 Anonymous Communications, 1936-1937 95 5 Applications, December 1935 - January 1936 95 6 Applications, February - March, 1936 95 7 Appointments, 1935, December 95 8 Appointments, 1936, January 95 9 Appointments, 1936, February - March 95 10 Appointments, 1936, April - May 95 11 Appointments, 1936, June - July 95 12 Appointments, 1936, August - September 96 1 Appointments, 1936, October - December 96 2 Appointments, 1937, January - April 96 3 Appointments, 1937, May - July 96 4 Appointments, 1937, July - October 96 5 Appointments, 1937, November - December 96 6 Appointments, 1939, January - March 96 7 Appointments, 1939, April - July 96 8 Appointments, 1939, August - October 96 9 Architects, Welfare Department 96 10 Attorney General Opinion 96 11 Blind 97 1 Biological Survey 97 2 Bonds 97 3 Boonesboro Valley 97 4 Boy Scouts, 1936 97 5 Boy Scouts, 1937 97 6 Budget 97 7 Calahan Correspondence 97 8 California Exposition 97 9 Chandler Biography 97 10 Circuit Judges 97 11 Civil Aeronautics Authority 97 12 Civilian Conservation Corps 97 13 Commonwealth's Attorneys 97 14 Confederate Home 97 15 Congratulations, 1936 97 16 Congratulations, 1937 97 17 Congratulations, 1939, October 3-5 97 18 Congratulations, 1939, October 6-7 98 1 Congratulations, 1939, October 8-9 98 2 Correspondence with Prisoners 98 3 Counties, Roads and Bridges 98 4 County Commissioners 98 5 County Consolidation Research 98 6 Crank Correspondence 98 7 Delph, Katherine E. 98 8 Departures of Governor 98 9 Derby, 1936 98 10 Derby, 1937 98 11 Division of Personnel Efficiency 98 12 Donations, 1935 98 13 Donations, 1936 99 1 Donations, 1937 99 2 Donations, 1939 99 3 Drought 99 4 Editorial on AFL 99 5 Election Commissioners 99 6 Embry, Reed 99 7 Executive Orders 99 8 Farley, James 99 9 Farm Debt Adjustment Bureau 99 10 Federal Appointments 99 11 Federal Housing Project 99 12 Federal Land Projects 99 13 Federal Officials 99 14 Federal Projects, Miscellaneous 99 15 Federal Projects, 1936, January - April 100 1 Federal Projects, 1936, May - June 100 2 Federal Projects, 1936, July - September 100 3 Federal Projects, 1936, November - December 100 4 Federal Projects, 1937, January - April 100 5 Federal Projects, 1937, June - July 100 6 Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation 100 7 Federal Tax 100 8 Finance 100 9 Fish and Game Commission 100 10 Flags 100 11 Flood, 1937, January 18-25 100 12 Flood, 1937, January 26 100 13 Flood, 1937, January 27 101 1 Flood, 1937, January 28 101 2 Flood, 1937, January 29 101 3 Flood, 1937, January 30 101 4 Flood, 1937, February 1 101 5 Flood, 1937, February 2 101 6 Flood, 1937, February 3 101 7 Flood, 1937, February 4 101 8 Flood, 1937, February 5-11 101 9 Flood, 1937, February 12-25 101 10 Flood, 1937, March - July 102 1 Flood Control 102 2 Flood Relief 102 3 Governors 102 4 Governors' Conference, 1936, January - May 102 5 Governors' Conference, 1936, June - August 102 6 Governors' Conference, 1936, September - December 102 7 Governors' Conference, 1937, January - April 102 8 Governors' Conference, 1937, May - August 102 9 Grand Coulee Dam, PWA Project 102 10 Griffenhagen and Associates 102 11 Harlan County Coal Operators 103 1 Harlan County Miners 103 2 Harlan County Miners' Resolution 103 3 Harlan Mines 103 4 Historical Society, 1936-1937 103 5 Historical Society, 1939 103 6 Home Owner 103 7 Inauguration, Presidential 103 8 Interstate Commerce Commission 103 9 Insurance 103 10 Introductions, 1936 103 11 Introductions, 1937 103 12 Introductions, 1939 103 13 Invitations, No Date 103 14 Invitations, 1935 103 15 Invitations, 1936, January 1-15 103 16 Invitations, 1936, January 16-31 103 17 Invitations, 1936, February 1-15 104 1 Invitations, 1936, February 16-28 104 2 Invitations, 1936, March 1-15 104 3 Invitations, 1936, March 16-31 104 4 Invitations, 1936, April 1-15 104 5 Invitations, 1936, April 16-31 104 6 Invitations, 1936, May 1-15 104 7 Invitations, 1936, May 16-31 104 8 Invitations, 1936, June 1-15 104 9 Invitations, 1936, June 16-30 104 10 Invitations, 1936, July 1-15 105 1 Invitations, 1936, July 16-31 105 2 Invitations, 1936, August 1-15 105 3 Invitations, 1936, August 16-31 105 4 Invitations, 1936, September 1-15 105 5 Invitations, 1936, September 16-30 105 6 Invitations, 1936, October 105 7 Invitations, 1936, November 105 8 Invitations, 1936, December 105 9 Invitations, 1937, January 105 10 Invitations, 1937, February 105 11 Invitations, 1937, March 1-15 106 1 Invitations, 1937, March 16-31 106 2 Invitations, 1937, April 1-15 106 3 Invitations, 1937, April 16-30 106 4 Invitations, 1937,July 1-15 106 5 Invitations, 1937, July 16-31 106 6 Invitations, 1937, August 106 7 Invitations, 1937, September 107 1 Invitations, 1937, October 1-15 107 2 Invitations, 1937, October 16-31 107 3 Invitations, 1937, November 107 4 Invitations, 1937, December 107 5 Invitations, 1939, January 107 6 Invitations, 1939, February 107 7 Invitations, 1939, March 107 8 Invitations, 1939, April 107 9 Invitations, 1939, May 108 1 Invitations, 1939, June 108 2 Invitations, 1939, July 108 3 Invitations, 1939, August 108 4 Invitations, 1939, September 108 5 Invitations, 1939, October 108 6 Invoices 108 7 Jones, Gomer 108 8 Johnson, Ben 108 9 Judges of Court of Appeal 108 10 Kenton County, Speedtrap 108 11 Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration, Accounting Reports, 1936, February - March 108 12 Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration, Accounting Reports, 1936, April - May 109 1 Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation 109 2 Kentucky Primeval Forest League 109 3 Labor 109 4 Legal Papers 109 5 Legislation, Bills 109 6 Legislators 109 7 Liberty Hall 109 8 License Plates 109 9 Local Option 109 10 L and N Railroad 109 11 Magistrates 109 12 Mansion Repairs 109 13 Maps 109 14 Middlesboro, City of 109 15 Mine Situation 109 16 Miscellaneous Correspondence 109 17 Mountain Laurel Festival 109 18 Murphy, John T. 109 19 Narcotics Bureau 109 20 National Democratic Committee, January - September, 1936 109 21 National Democratic Committee, October 1936 - 1937 110 1 National Democratic Committee, Miscellaneous 110 2 National Exhibition of Art 110 3 National Mental Hospital Survey 110 4 National Safety Council 110 5 National Youth Administration 110 6 Newspaper - Magazine Articles 110 7 Notary Publics 110 8 Ohio Valley Stream Pollution 110 9 Old Age Pension 110 10 Onward Kentucky Movement 110 11 Operators License Procedure 110 12 Owensboro Bridge 110 13 Paintsville School 110 14 Pardon, Underwood, George 110 15 Pendleton County 110 16 Petition 110 17 Photographs 110 18 Photograph Requests 110 19 Poems 111 1 Police Judges 111 2 Political Papers, No Date 111 3 Political Papers, 1935-1936 111 4 Political Papers, 1937 111 5 Political Papers, 1939 111 6 Port of Toronto, Canada 111 7 Post Office 111 8 Preliminary Specifications for Positions in State Service 111 9 Preliminary Specifications for Positions in State Service 111 10 Prison Matters, Investigation 111 11 Prison Matters, Investigation 111 12 Prison Matters, Prison Farm Proposal 111 13 Prison Matters, Re-Organization 112 1 Proclamations, No Date 112 2 Proclamations, 1936, March - July 112 3 Proclamations, 1936, August - December 112 4 Proclamations, 1937, January - June 112 5 Proclamations, 1937, July - December 112 6 Proclamations, 1939, January 112 7 Proclamations, 1939, February 112 8 Proclamations, 1939, March 112 9 Proclamations, 1939, April 112 10 Proclamations, 1939, May 112 11 Proclamations, 1939, June 112 12 Proclamations, 1939, July 112 13 Proclamations, 1939, August - October 113 1 Protests and Approvals, No Date 113 2 Protests and Approvals, 1936, January 113 3 Protests and Approvals, 1936, February 1-10 113 4 Protests and Approvals, 1936, February 11-18 113 5 Protests and Approvals, 1936, February 19-21 113 6 Protests and Approvals, 1936, February 22 113 7 Protests and Approvals, 1936, February 23 113 8 Protests and Approvals, 1936, March - April 113 9 Protests and Approvals, 1936, May - July 113 10 Protests on Auto Sales Tax 113 11 Protests on Income Tax 113 12 Protests on Liquor Tax 113 13 Protests on Lubricating Oil Tax 113 14 Protests on Soft Drink Tax 113 15 Protests on Tobacco Tax 113 16 Protests on Taxes, Miscellaneous 114 1 Purchase Orders and Requisitions 114 2 Radio Schedules 114 3 Rash, James 114 4 Recommendations, 1936, January - June 114 5 Recommendations, 1936, July - December 114 6 Recommendations, 1937, January - March 114 7 Recommendations, 1937, April - June 114 8 Recommendations, 1937, July - September 114 9 Recommendations, 1937, October - December 114 10 Recommendations, 1939 114 11 Recommendations for Immigrants 114 12 Reconstruction Finance Corporation 114 13 Refinancing State Debt 114 14 Relief, 1935 114 15 Relief, 1936, January 115 1 Relief, 1936, February 115 2 Relief, 1936, March 115 3 Relief, 1936, April 115 4 Relief, 1936, May - June 115 5 Relief, 1936, July - August 115 6 Relief, 1936, September - October 115 7 Relief, 1936, November - December 115 8 Relief, 1937, January 115 9 Relief, 1939, January - May 115 10 Relief, 1939, June - October 115 11 Relief, Administration 115 12 Relief, Activities 115 13 Reorganization Act 116 1 Reorganization Commission 116 2 Report of Formal Hearing at Eastern State Hospital 116 3 Report on Medical Facilities at Kentucky Houses of Reform 116 4 Representatives to Conferences, 1936 116 5 Representatives to Conferences, 1937 116 6 Representatives to Conferences, 1939 116 7 Requests for Autographs 116 8 Requisitions, 1937 116 9 Requisitions, 1939, January - February 116 10 Requisitions, 1939, March - April 117 1 Requisitions, 1939, May - July 117 2 Resignations, 1935 117 3 Resignations, 1937-1939 117 4 Restorations to Citizenship, 1936 117 5 Restorations to Citizenship, 1937 117 6 Restorations to Citizenship, 1939 117 7 Revenue, Department of 118 1 Rewards 118 2 Roosevelts 118 3 Sales Tax 118 4 Salvation Army 118 5 Senators and Representatives, 1937 118 6 Senators and Representatives, 1939 118 7 Senatorial Races, July 118 8 Senatorial Races, August 118 9 Sheriffs 118 10 State Appointees 118 11 State Convention 118 12 State Democratic Headquarters 118 13 State Federation of Labor 118 14 Station RPP 118 15 State Statutes Committee 118 16 Suits Filed Against State 118 17 Sympathy, 1936 118 18 Sympathy, 1937 118 19 Sympathy, 1939 118 20 Taxation on Banks 118 21 Tennessee Valley Authority 118 22 Texas Centennial Exposition 119 1 Textbook Commission 119 2 Thanks, 1935, December 1-17 119 3 Thanks, 1935, December 18-31 119 4 Thanks, 1936, January 1-15 119 5 Thanks, 1936, January 16-31 119 6 Thanks, 1936, February 1-15 119 7 Thanks, 1936, February 17-28 119 8 Thanks, 1936, March 1-15 119 9 Thanks, 1936, March 16-30 119 10 Thanks, 1936, April 1-15 119 11 Thanks, 1936, April 16-30 120 1 Thanks, 1936, May 120 2 Thanks, 1936, June 120 3 Thanks, 1936, July 120 4 Thanks, 1936, August 120 5 Thanks, 1936, September 120 6 Thanks, 1936, October 120 7 Thanks,1936, November - December 120 8 Thanks, 1937, January - February 120 9 Thanks, 1937, March - April 120 10 Thanks, 1937, May - June 121 1 Thanks, 1937, July - August 121 2 Thanks, 1937, September - October 121 3 Thanks, 1937, November - December 121 4 Thanks, 1939, January - February 121 5 Thanks, 1939, March - July 121 6 Thanks, 1939, August - September 121 7 Thanksgiving, Change of Date 121 8 "The Third Crisis" 121 9 Tobacco Control 121 10 Tobacco Legislation, Thanks 122 1 Todd County 122 2 Transylvania College 122 3 Truck Law 122 4 United Mine Workers of Ama 122 5 Veterans 122 6 War Department 122 7 West Point - Annapolis 122 8 Work Progress Administration 122 9 World's Fair, 1939 122 10 Young Democratic Clubs, 1936 - 1937 122 11 Young Democratic Clubs, 1939 122 12 Aman Red Cross, 1938 123 1 Appointments, 1938, January - February 123 2 Appointments, 1938, March 123 3 Appointments, 1938, April - May 123 4 Appointments, 1938, August - December 123 5 Boy Scouts of Ama, 1938 123 6 Bridges, 1938 123 7 Campaign List, 1938 123 8 Circuit Justice, 1938 123 9 Circuit Judges, 1938 123 9 Civilian Conservation Corps 123 10 Congratulations, A-B 124 1 Congratulations, C-H 124 2 Congratulations, J-O 124 3 Congratulations, P-Z 124 4 Departures of Governor 124 5 Derby, 1938 124 6 Donations, 1938, January - March 124 7 Donations, 1938, April - June 124 8 Donations, 1938, July - August 124 9 Donations, 1938, July - August 124 10 Donations, 1938, October - December 124 11 Farley, James A. 125 1 Federal Projects, A-L 125 2 Federal Projects, M-Z 125 3 Governors, A-B 125 4 Governors, C-F 125 5 Governors, G-L 125 6 Governors, M-R 125 7 Governors, S-Z 125 8 Historical Society, 1938 125 9 Introductions, 1938 125 10 Invitations, 1938, January 125 11 Invitations, 1938, February 126 1 Invitations, 1938, March 126 2 Invitations, 1938, April 1-15 126 3 Invitations, 1938, April 16-31 126 4 Invitations, 1938, May 1-15 126 5 Invitations, 1938, May 16-31 126 6 Invitations, 1938, June 126 7 Invitations, 1938, July 126 8 Invitations, 1938, August 126 9 Invitations, 1939, September 127 1 Invitations, 1939, October 1-15 127 2 Invitations, 1939, October 16-31 127 3 Invitations, 1939, November 127 4 Invitations, 1939, December 127 5 Invitations, 1939, Miscellaneous 127 6 Labor, A-M 127 7 Labor, N-Z 127 8 Magistrates 127 9 Miners 127 10 Ohio Valley Stream Pollution, Correspondence 127 11 Ohio Valley Stream Pollution, Conference 127 12 Petitions, Benevolent Burial Association 128 1 Petitions, Benevolent Burial Association 128 2 Petitions, J. F. Sutton 128 3 Photographs 128 4 Police Judge 128 5 Political Papers 128 6 Proclamations, 1938, January - March 128 7 Proclamations, 1938, April - May 128 8 Proclamations, 1938, June - August 128 9 Proclamations, 1938, September - December 128 10 Recommendations, 1938, January - February 128 11 Recommendations, 1938, March - April 129 1 Recommendations, 1938, May - June 129 2 Recommendations, 1938, July - August 129 3 Recommendations, 1938, November 129 4 Relief, 1938 129 5 Representatives to Conferences 129 6 Requisitions, 1938, May - July 129 7 Requisitions, 1938, August - December 129 8 Restoration to Citizenship 129 9 Rewards 130 1 Senators and Representatives 130 2 Sympathy 130 3 Textbook Commission 130 4 Thanks, 1938, January - February 130 5 Thanks, 1938, March - April 130 6 Thanks, 1938, May - June 130 7 Thanks, 1938, July - August 130 8 Thanks, 1938, September - October 130 9 Thanks, 1938, November - December 130 10 Veterans 130 11 World's Fair 130 12 Young Democratic Clubs 130 13 Senatorial Series IV Scope and Contents note Boxes 131-146 The Senatorial Series, which spans the period of October 1939 to November of 1945, is composed of sixteen boxes. A majority of the papers in the series came from Senator Chandler's Versailles office. Unfortunately most of the material generated from his Washington office is incomplete. The Senatorial Series consists of seven files which are arranged according to significance. Within each file, the papers are arranged chronologically and/or alphabetically. The files are: Important Papers File, Political File, Correspondence, Washington-Versailles Office Correspondence, General Correspondence, Miscellaneous File, Invitation File, Walter W. Mulbry, Personal Correspondence Chandler, who resigned as governor in 1939 to accept an appointment to the U.S. Senate replacing the late M.M. Logan, was elected in a 1940 special election to the seat to complete Logan's term and was re-elected for a full term in 1942. The Senator was a member of the Military Affairs Committee and was chairman of a sub-committee which visited Alaska and the Aleutian Islands in 1942. In 1943 Chandler made a global tour of U.S. military installations as a member of a Senate inspection team. He also served on the Mines and Mining, Privileges and Elections, Interoceanic Canals, and Judiciary Committees. Important Papers File i 1939-1943 131 1 1944 131 2 1945 131 3 Political File ii Correspondence, 1939, October - December 131 4 Correspondence, 1940, January - February 131 5 Correspondence, 1940, March 131 6 Correspondence, 1940, April 131 7 Correspondence, 1940, May 131 8 Correspondence, 1940, June 131 9 Correspondence, 1940, July 1-28 132 1 Correspondence, 1940, July 29 132 2 Correspondence, 1940, July 30-31 132 3 Correspondence, 1940, August 1-8 132 4 Correspondence, 1940, August 9-14 132 5 Correspondence, 1940, August 15-31 132 6 Correspondence, 1940, September - October 132 7 Correspondence, 1940, November 1-5 132 8 Correspondence, 1940, November 6-7 133 1 Correspondence, 1940, November 8-30 133 2 Correspondence, 1940, December 133 3 Correspondence, 1941 133 4 Correspondence, 1942, No Date 133 5 Correspondence, 1942, January - June 133 6 Correspondence, 1942, July 1-9 133 7 Correspondence, 1942, July 10-14 133 8 Correspondence, 1942, July 15-20 133 9 Correspondence, 1942, July 21-28 133 10 Correspondence, 1942, July 29-31 134 1 Correspondence, 1942, August 1-4 134 2 Correspondence, 1942, August 5-31 134 3 Correspondence, 1942, September - October 134 4 Democratic Meetings and Convention, 1944 134 5 Democratic National Committee 134 6 Flyers, 1944 134 7 Gubernatorial Administration Highlights 134 8 Itinerary, 1939 Campaign for Democrats 134 9 Kentucky Elections, 1943 134 10 Pamphlets, 1940-1943 134 11 Pamphlets, 1944 134 12 Political Lists, 1943-1945 134 13 Republican Candidates' Speeches 134 14 Roosevelt Minute Men, 1944 134 15 Woodford County Democrats, 1942-1944 134 16 Washington - Versailles Office Correspondence, 1940 135 1 Washington - Versailles Office Correspondence, 1941 135 2 Washington - Versailles Office Correspondence, 1942 135 3 Washington - Versailles Office Correspondence, 1943 135 4 Washington - Versailles Office Correspondence, 1944 135 5 Washington - Versailles Office Correspondence, 1945 135 6 General Correspondence, No Date 135 7 General Correspondence, 1939 135 8 General Correspondence, 1940, A 135 9 General Correspondence, 1940, B 135 10 General Correspondence, 1940, C 135 11 General Correspondence, 1940, D 136 1 General Correspondence, 1940, E 136 2 General Correspondence, 1940, F 136 3 General Correspondence, 1940, G 136 4 General Correspondence, 1940, H 136 5 General Correspondence, 1940, I 136 6 General Correspondence, 1940, J 136 7 General Correspondence, 1940, K 136 8 General Correspondence, 1940, L 136 9 General Correspondence, 1940, M 136 10 General Correspondence, 1940, N 136 11 General Correspondence, 1940,O 136 12 General Correspondence, 1940, P 136 13 General Correspondence, 1940, Q 136 14 General Correspondence, 1940, R 136 15 General Correspondence, 1940, S 136 16 General Correspondence, 1940, T 136 17 General Correspondence, 1940, V-W 136 18 General Correspondence, 1940, Y 136 19 General Correspondence, 1941, A 136 20 General Correspondence, 1941, B 136 21 General Correspondence, 1941, C 137 1 General Correspondence, 1941, D 137 2 General Correspondence, 1941, E 137 3 General Correspondence, 1941, F 137 4 General Correspondence, 1941, G 137 5 General Correspondence, 1941, H 137 6 General Correspondence, 1941, I 137 7 General Correspondence, 1941, J 137 8 General Correspondence, 1941, K 137 9 General Correspondence, 1941, L 137 10 General Correspondence, 1941, M 137 11 General Correspondence, 1941, N 137 12 General Correspondence, 1941, O 137 13 General Correspondence, 1941, P 137 14 General Correspondence, 1941, Q 137 15 General Correspondence, 1941, R 137 16 General Correspondence, 1941, S 137 17 General Correspondence, 1941, T 137 18 General Correspondence, 1941, U 137 19 General Correspondence, 1941, V 137 20 General Correspondence, 1941, W 137 21 General Correspondence, 1941, Y 138 1 General Correspondence, 1941, Z 138 2 General Correspondence, 1942, A 138 3 General Correspondence, 1942, B 138 4 General Correspondence, 1942, C 138 5 General Correspondence, 1942, D 138 6 General Correspondence, 1942, E 138 7 General Correspondence, 1942, F 138 8 General Correspondence, 1942, G 138 9 General Correspondence, 1942, H 138 10 General Correspondence, 1942, I-J 138 11 General Correspondence, 1942, K 138 12 General Correspondence, 1942, L 138 13 General Correspondence, 1942, M 138 14 General Correspondence, 1942, N 139 1 General Correspondence, 1942, O 139 2 General Correspondence, 1942, P 139 3 General Correspondence, 1942, Q 139 4 General Correspondence, 1942, R 139 5 General Correspondence, 1942, S 139 6 General Correspondence, 1942, T 139 7 General Correspondence, 1942, U 139 8 General Correspondence, 1942, V 139 9 General Correspondence, 1942, W 139 10 General Correspondence, 1942, X 139 11 General Correspondence, 1942, Y 139 12 General Correspondence, 1942, Z 139 13 General Correspondence, 1943, A 139 14 General Correspondence, 1943, B 139 15 General Correspondence, 1943, C 139 16 General Correspondence, 1943, D 139 17 General Correspondence, 1943, E 139 18 General Correspondence, 1943, F 139 19 General Correspondence, 1943, G 139 20 General Correspondence, 1943, H 140 1 General Correspondence, 1943, I-J 140 2 General Correspondence, 1943, K 140 3 General Correspondence, 1943, L 140 4 General Correspondence, 1943, M 140 5 General Correspondence, 1943, N 140 6 General Correspondence, 1943, O 140 7 General Correspondence, 1943, P 140 8 General Correspondence, 1943, Q 140 9 General Correspondence, 1943, R 140 10 General Correspondence, 1943, S 140 11 General Correspondence, 1943, T 140 12 General Correspondence, 1943, U 140 13 General Correspondence, 1943, V 140 14 General Correspondence, 1943, W 140 15 General Correspondence, 1943, X 140 16 General Correspondence, 1943, Y 140 17 General Correspondence, 1943, Z 140 18 General Correspondence, 1944, A 141 1 General Correspondence, 1944, B 141 2 General Correspondence, 1944, C 141 3 General Correspondence, 1944, D 141 4 General Correspondence, 1944, D 141 5 General Correspondence, 1944, E 141 6 General Correspondence, 1944, F 141 7 General Correspondence, 1944, G 141 8 General Correspondence, 1944, H 141 9 General Correspondence, 1944, I 141 10 General Correspondence, 1944, J 141 11 General Correspondence, 1944, K 141 12 General Correspondence, 1944, L 141 13 General Correspondence, 1944, Mc 141 14 General Correspondence, 1944, M 142 1 General Correspondence, 1944, N 142 2 General Correspondence, 1944, O 142 3 General Correspondence, 1944, P 142 4 General Correspondence, 1944, Q 142 5 General Correspondence, 1944, R 142 6 General Correspondence, 1944, S 142 7 General Correspondence, 1944, T 142 8 General Correspondence, 1944, U 142 9 General Correspondence, 1944, V 142 10 General Correspondence, 1944, W 142 11 General Correspondence, 1944, Y 142 12 General Correspondence, 1945, A 142 13 General Correspondence, 1945, B 142 14 General Correspondence, 1945, C 143 1 General Correspondence, 1945, D 143 2 General Correspondence, 1945, E 143 3 General Correspondence, 1945, F 143 4 General Correspondence, 1945, G 143 5 General Correspondence, 1945, H 143 6 General Correspondence, 1945, I 143 7 General Correspondence, 1945, J 143 8 General Correspondence, 1945, K 143 9 General Correspondence, 1945, L 143 10 General Correspondence, 1945, Mc 143 11 General Correspondence, 1945, M 143 12 General Correspondence, 1945, N 143 13 General Correspondence, 1945, O 143 14 General Correspondence, 1945, P 143 15 General Correspondence, 1945, Q 143 16 General Correspondence, 1945, R 143 17 General Correspondence, 1945, S 143 18 General Correspondence, 1945, T 143 19 General Correspondence, 1945, U 143 20 General Correspondence, 1945, V 143 21 General Correspondence, 1945, W 143 22 General Correspondence, 1945, Y 143 23 General Correspondence, Post Cards, 1940-1945 143 24 Miscellaneous File, Address 144 1 Miscellaneous File, Application for Practicing Before Supreme Court 144 2 Miscellaneous File, China Diary 144 3 Miscellaneous File, FBI Information, 1941 144 4 Miscellaneous File, Kentucky Colonel Association 144 5 Miscellaneous File, Kentucky Legislature, 1944 144 6 Miscellaneous File, Kentucky Redistricting, Marc, 1942 144 7 Miscellaneous File, Martin, George Madden 144 8 Miscellaneous File, Membership and Complimentary Cards 144 9 Miscellaneous File, Memorial Services 144 10 Miscellaneous File, Notes and Memos 144 11 Miscellaneous File, Pension Plan Proposal 144 12 Miscellaneous File, Poems 144 13 Miscellaneous File, Publications, No Date - 1945 144 14 Miscellaneous File, Radio Broadcast Agreement with WLAP 144 15 Miscellaneous File, Radio Broadcasts by Fulton Lewis, Jr 144 16 Miscellaneous File, Recommendations, 1940, September - November 144 17 Miscellaneous File, Resolution, Kentucky Senate 144 18 Miscellaneous File, Senate, Addresses and Reports 144 19 Miscellaneous File, Senate, Bills Introduced by Chandler 144 20 Miscellaneous File, Senate, Legislative Publications 144 21 Miscellaneous File, Senate, Military Affairs Committee Report 145 1 Miscellaneous File, Senate, Military Affairs New England Inspection Tour 145 2 Miscellaneous File, Senate, Post Office Appointments 145 3 Miscellaneous File, Senate Voting, War-Related Legislation 145 4 Miscellaneous File, Senate Voting, Various Legislation 145 5 Miscellaneous File, War Department Mission, 1943 145 6 Miscellaneous File, War Department Mission, Correspondence 145 7 Miscellaneous File, War Department (Reserves) Bulletins 145 8 Miscellaneous File, Trip to Hawaii, 1943 145 9 Invitation File, No Date 145 10 Invitation File, 1940, September - December 145 11 Invitation File, 1941 145 12 Invitation File, 1942 146 1 Invitation File, 1943 146 2 Invitation File, 1944 146 3 Invitation File, 1945 146 4 Walter W. Mulbry, Personal Correspondence, No Date 146 5 Walter W. Mulbry, Personal Correspondence, 1939, November - December 146 6 Walter W. Mulbry, Personal Correspondence, 1940, January - November 146 7 Walter W. Mulbry, Personal Correspondence, 1943, November - December 146 8 Walter W. Mulbry, Personal Correspondence, 1944, January - December 146 9 Walter W. Mulbry, Personal Correspondence, 1945, January 146 10 Commission of Baseball Series V Scope and Contents note Boxes 147-170 The Commissioner of Baseball Series contains material dating from April 1945 to December 1951. The five files are in an alphabetical arrangement. Within each file, the papers are arranged alphabetically and chronologically. Chandler accepted the position as Commissioner of Baseball in April of 1945 but continued to serve in the Senate until October of that year. Significant materials in this series include: The August 1946 status of baseball "Report of Major League Steering Committee for Submission to the National and American League", Many of the decisions made by the Commissioner, Correspondence with prominent baseball figures, Legal correspondence between Chandler and his attorneys at Covington, Burling and Rublee Congratulatory Correspondence i No Date 147 1 1945, April 1-21 147 2 1945, April 22-24 147 3 1945, April 25, Abell - Durham 147 4 1945, April 25, Ebel - McMurry 147 5 1945, April 25, Malone - Sharper 147 6 1945, April 25, Sherwood - Young 147 7 1945, April 26, Abbey - Hughes 147 8 1945, April 26, Irish - Young 147 9 1945, April 27 147 10 1945, April 28 148 1 1945, April 29-30 148 2 1945, May 1-3 148 3 1945, May 4, Amtmann - Lucas 148 4 1945, May 4, McDonald - Yost 148 5 1945, May 5-7 148 6 1945, May 8-15 148 7 1945, May 16-30 148 8 1945-1946, A 149 1 1945-1946, B 149 2 1945-1946, C 149 3 General Correspondence ii 1945-1946, D 149 4 1945-1946, E 149 5 1945-1946, F 149 6 1945-1946, G 149 7 1945-1946, H 149 8 1945-1946, I 149 9 1945-1946, J 149 10 1945-1946, K 150 1 1945-1946, L 150 2 1945-1946, Mc 150 3 1945-1946, M 150 4 1945-1946, N-P 150 5 1945-1946, R 150 6 1945-1946, S 150 7 1945-1946, T 150 8 1945-1946, U-V 151 1 1945-1946, W 151 2 1945-1946, Z 151 3 1947-1948, A 151 4 1947-1948, B 151 5 1947-1948, C 151 6 1947-1948, D 151 7 1947-1948, E 151 8 1947-1948, F 151 9 1947-1948, G 152 1 1947-1948, H 152 2 1947-1948, I 152 3 1947-1948, J 152 4 1947-1948, K 152 5 1947-1948, L 152 6 1947-1948, Mc 152 7 1947-1948, M 152 8 1947-1948, N-O 152 9 1947-1948, P-Q 153 1 1947-1948, R 153 2 1947-1948, S 153 3 1947-1948, State Jobs 153 4 1947-1948, T 153 5 1947-1948, U-V 153 6 1947-1948, W 153 7 1947-1948, X-Z 153 8 1949-1951, A 154 1 1949-1951, B, July, 1949 to September, 1950 154 2 1949-1951, B, November, 1950 to April, 1951 154 3 1949-1951, B, May - December, 1951 154 4 1949-1951, C, 1949 154 5 1949-1951, C, 1950 154 6 1949-1951, C, January - April, 1951 154 7 1949-1951, C, May - December, 1951 154 8 1949-1951, D, 1949-1950 155 1 1949-1951, D, 1951 155 2 1949-1951, E 155 3 1949-1951, F 155 4 1949-1951, G, 1949-1950 155 5 1949-1951, G, 1951 155 6 1949-1951, Governor's Race, 1951 155 7 1949-1951, H, 1949-1950 156 1 1949-1951, H, 1951 156 2 1949-1951, I 156 3 1949-1951, J 156 4 1949-1951, K, 1949-1950 156 5 1949-1951, K, 1951 156 6 1949-1951, L 156 7 1949-1951, Mc 157 1 1949-1951, M, 1949-1950 157 2 1949-1951, M, 1951 157 3 1949-1951, N 157 4 1949-1951, O 157 5 1949-1951, P 157 6 1949-1951, Q 158 1 1949-1951, R, 1949-1950 158 2 1949-1951, R, 1951 158 3 1949-1951, S, 1949-1950 158 4 1949-1951, S, 1951 158 5 1949-1951, T, 1949 158 6 1949-1951, T, 1950 158 7 1949-1951, 1949-1951, T, January - May, 1951 159 1 1949-1951, T, June - December, 1951 159 2 1949-1951, U 159 3 1949-1951, University of Kentucky 159 4 1949-1951, V 159 5 1949-1951, W, 1949 159 6 1949-1951, W, 1950 159 7 1949-1951, W, 1951 159 8 1949-1951, Y 159 9 1949-1951, Z 159 10 Invitation File iii 1945 159 11 1946 159 12 1947 159 13 1948 160 1 1949 160 2 1950 160 3 1951, January - July 160 4 1951, August - December 160 5 ABC, 1949 160 6 ABC, 1950 160 7 ABC, 1951, January - July 160 8 ABC, 1951, August - December 161 1 Articles, May, 1945 to June, 1946 161 2 Articles, October, 1946 to May, 1948 161 3 Articles, 1949 161 4 Articles, January, 1950 to May, 1951 161 5 Articles, Confidential Letters 161 6 Decisions 162 1 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Letter to Landis (photocopy) 162 2 Horse Racing Correspondence 162 3 Important Papers, 1945-1946 162 4 Important Papers, 1948-1949 162 5 Important Papers, 1950-1952 162 6 Inter-Office Correspondence, 1945-1946 162 7 Inter-Office Correspondence, 1947-1948 162 8 Inter-Office Correspondence, 1949-1951 162 9 Job Applications 163 1 Membership and Calling Cards 163 2 Memorabilia, 1945-1946 163 3 Memorabilia, 1947-1950 163 4 Official Bills and Receipts, 1946 163 5 Official Bills and Receipts, 1947-1949 163 6 Personal Correspondence, Versailles, January 1945 - January 1946 163 7 Personal Correspondence, Versailles, February - December, 1946 163 8 Personal Correspondence, Versailles, 1947 163 9 Personal Correspondence, Versailles, 1948 163 10 Radio Stations, Correspondence, No Date 164 1 Radio Stations, 1946-1947 164 2 Radio Stations, 1948, January - May 164 3 Radio Stations, 1948, June - December 164 4 Radio Stations, 1949 164 5 Radio Stations, 1950-1951 164 6 Report for submission to National and American Leagues Safe 1946 August 27 Spink, Sporting News, 1945-1946 164 7 Spink, Sporting News, 1947-1951 164 8 Trip File iv Allentown, Pennsylvania, February, 1949 165 1 Anderson, Indiana, September - December, 1948 165 2 Asheville, North Carolina, May, 1948 165 3 Benham, Kentucky, July 4, 1949 165 4 Boston, Massachusetts, June, 1951 165 5 California, November 1946 - January 1947 165 6 California, August 28 - September 8, 1947 165 7 California, February, 1943 165 8 Canada, June 20 - 27, 1948 165 9 Charleston, West Virginia, December, 1947 165 10 Chicago, Illinois, January 18 -21, 1947 165 11 Chicago, Illinois, 1947-1948 165 12 Cleveland, Ohio, February 13, 1947 165 13 Cleveland, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 1947 165 14 Columbus, Ohio, February 1947 165 15 Corydon, Kentucky, Evansville, Indiana & Nashville, Tennessee, August 1947 165 16 Danville, Kentucky, September 1948 165 17 Detroit, Michigan, May 1948 165 18 Elmira, New York, February 1947 165 19 Florida, 1947-1949 165 20 Fulton, Kentucky, May 6, 1947 165 21 Grayson, Kentucky, June 1949 165 22 Holgate, Ohio, May 1949 165 23 Hopkinsville, Kentucky, June 1951 165 24 Kalamazoo, Michigan, June 26-27, 1948 166 1 Kansas City, Missouri, April 1948 166 2 Knoxville, Tennessee, June 1951 166 3 Lexington, Kentucky, June 1949 166 4 Los Angeles, California, March 19-23, 1951 166 5 Louisville, Kentucky, February 12, 1948 166 6 Louisville, Kentucky, November 23, 1948 166 7 Madisonville, Kentucky, May 1949 166 8 Mayfield, Kentucky, December 1948 166 9 Meridan, Connecticut, July 1, 1947 166 10 Middletown, Ohio, May 3, 1949 166 11 Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 1948 166 12 Mount Sterling, Kentucky, June, 27, 1948 166 13 Morehead, Kentucky, May 30, 1951 166 14 Muncie, Indiana, April 22-29, 1947 166 15 New Haven, Connecticut, February 3, 1947 166 16 New Orleans, Louisiana, August - September 1947 166 17 New York, New York, April 22-29, 1947 166 18 New York, New York, June 17-21, 1951 166 19 Owensboro, Kentucky, 1947, 1949 166 20 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 26 - November 1, 1948 166 21 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wilmington, Delaware, February 8-10, 1949 166 22 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 18-21, 1949 167 1 Portsmouth, Virginia, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Birmingham, Alabama, June 16-20, 1947 167 2 Richmond, Virginia, April 14-16, 1949 167 3 Rochester, New York, May 3-6, 1948 167 4 Rome, Georgia, May 25, 1947 167 5 St. Louis, Missouri, April 12-16, 1947 167 6 St. Louis, Missouri, June 25-27, 1947 167 7 Scranton, Pennsylvania, February 3, 1947 167 8 Southern Tour, July 19-August 11, 1948, Correspondence August 9-23, 1948 167 9 Southern Tour, July 19-August 11, 1948, Correspondence, August 9-23, 1948 167 10 Southern Tour, July 19-August 11, 1948, Correspondence, August 28 - September 16, 1948 168 1 Springfield, Ohio, June 24, 1947 168 2 Springfield, Illinois, July 6, 1947 168 3 Texas, August 1948 168 4 Toledo, Ohio, December 16, 1948 168 5 Trenton, New Jersey, April 26, 1948 168 6 Utica, New York, June 13, 1948 168 7 Washington, D. C., New York, New Haven, Elmira and Williamsport, January 27-February 5, 1948 168 8 Washington, D. C., May 16-19, 1947 168 9 Washington, D. C., January 29 - February 5, 1948 168 10 Washington, D. C., August 8 - 2, 1948 168 11 Washington, D. C., June 1 - 2, 1949 168 12 Wayland, New York, November 6, 1948 168 13 Williamsport, Pennsylvania, February 5 - 7, 1947 168 14 Youngstown, Ohio, September 1946 168 15 Plans, April - September 1949 169 1 Plans, October - December 1949 169 2 Plans, January - February 1950 169 3 Plans, March - April 1950 169 4 Plans, May - June 1950 169 5 Plans, July - December 1950 170 1 Plans, January 1951 170 2 Plans, February - December 1951 170 3 1950s Series VI Scope and Contents note Boxes 171-186 The 1950s Series consists of seven files covering the period between Chandler's tenure as Commissioner of Baseball and his second term as Governor of Kentucky. These files are arranged alphabetically. Within each file, arrangement is alphabetical and/or chronological. During this period Chandler was President of the International Baseball Congress, a board member of Coastal State Life Insurance Company and Irvin Air Chute Company, and was president of West Virginia Fuel Corporation. He maintained interest in Kentucky politics and campaigned successfully in 1955 for the gubernatorial nomination without the support of the Democratic party organization. Materials relating to these interests are located in the 1950s Series. Coastal State Life Insurance Company i No Date 171 1 1951 171 2 1952 171 3 1953 171 4 1955 171 5 1956 171 6 1951, A - Z 171 7 1952, A 171 8 1952, B 172 1 1952, C 172 2 1952, D 172 3 1952, E 172 4 1952, F 172 5 1952, G 172 6 1952, H 172 7 1952, I 172 8 1952, J 172 9 1952, K 172 10 1952, L 172 11 1952, Mc 173 1 1952, M 173 2 1952, N 173 3 1952, O 173 4 1952, P 173 5 1952, Q 173 6 1952, R 173 7 1952, S 173 8 1952, T 173 9 1952, U 173 10 1952, V 173 11 1952, W 173 12 1952, X - Z 173 13 1953, A 174 1 1953, B 174 2 1953, C 174 3 1953, D 174 4 1953, E 174 5 1953, F 174 6 1953, G 174 7 1953, H 174 8 1953, I 174 9 1953, J 174 10 1953, K 175 1 1953, L 175 2 1953, Mc 175 3 1953, M 175 4 1953, N 175 5 1953, O 175 6 1953, P 175 7 1953, Q 175 8 1953, R 175 9 1953, S 175 10 1953, T 176 1 1953, U 176 2 1953, V 176 3 1953, W 176 4 1953, X - Z 176 5 1954, A 176 6 1954, Bagby - Bilyeu 176 7 1954, Blackburn - Butler 176 8 1954, C 176 9 1954, D 177 1 1954, E 177 2 1954, F 177 3 1954, G 177 4 1954, H 177 5 1954, I - J 177 6 1954, K 177 7 1954, L 177 8 1954, Mc 177 9 1954, M 177 10 1954, N 177 11 1954, O 178 1 1954, P 178 2 1954, R 178 3 1954, S 178 4 1954, T 178 5 1955, A 178 6 1955, B 178 7 1955, C 178 8 1955, D 178 9 1955, E - F 178 10 1955, G 178 11 1955, H 178 12 1955, I - J 179 1 1955, K 179 2 1955, L 179 3 1955, Mc 179 4 1955, M 179 5 1955, N 179 6 1955, O 179 7 1955, P - Q 179 8 1955, R 179 9 1955, S 179 10 1955, T 179 11 International Baseball Congress ii 1951 179 12 1952, January - June 179 13 1952, July - December 179 14 1952, Trip to Japan 179 15 1953, January - May 180 1 1953, July - December 180 2 1954, January - June 180 3 1954, July - December 180 4 1955, January - May 180 5 1955, June - December 180 6 1952, January - March 180 7 1952, April - December 180 8 1953, January - March 181 1 1953, April - May 181 2 1953, June - July 181 3 1953, August - October 181 4 1953, November - December 181 5 1954, January - March 181 6 1954, April - June 182 1 1954, July - September 182 2 1954, October - December 182 3 1955 182 4 No Date 182 5 1951 182 6 1952, Delegates, Democratic National Convention 182 7 1954, January - May 182 8 1954, June - December 182 9 1955 183 1 Aman Machine and Metals, Inc. 183 2 Bluegrass Broadcasting Company, 1951-1938 183 3 Bluegrass Festival Plans 183 4 Crank Correspondence 183 5 Harris - Dey Farm, Legal Case 183 6 Irving Air Chute Company, 1952-1954 183 7 Irving Air Chute Company, 1955, January - July 183 8 Irving Air Chute Company, 1955, September 183 9 Krebiozen Treatment 183 10 Louisville Federation of Teachers, 1955 183 11 McLaughlin, James A., September, 1951 - January 1952 183 12 McLaughlin, James A., February - August 1952 184 1 Meriwether and Associates, Correspondence, 1952-1954 184 2 Meriwether and Associates, Organization and Projects 184 3 Midland Management Company, 1952-1954 184 4 Miscellaneous Papers and Publications, ca. 1952 184 5 Pan Aman, Roger Doulens 184 6 Saigh, Fred M. 1953 184 7 Spink, J. G. Taylor, The Sporting News, 1952-1955 184 8 Spra - Con Company, Special File, 1952-1954 184 9 State Roads, Reference Cards 185 1 Transylvania University, December 21, 1953 - April, 1954 185 2 Transylvania University, May - December, 1954 185 3 Transylvania University, 1955 185 4 Welfare Finance Corporation 185 5 West Virginia Fuel Corporation, October - December, 1952 185 6 West Virginia Fuel Corporation, 1953 185 7 West Virginia Fuel Corporation, January 1954 - August 1955 185 8 The Texas Company iii Monthly Report, March - May, 1952 186 1 Monthly Report, June - August, 1952 186 2 Monthly Report, September - November, 1952 186 3 Monthly Report, December, 1952 - February, 1953 186 4 Monthly Report, March - May, 1953 186 5 Report of Field Investigation, June - November, 1952 186 6 Report of Field Investigation, March - July, 1953 186 7 Second Gubernatorial Series VII Scope and Contents note Boxes 187-451 The Second Gubernatorial Series, largest in the Chandler collection, consists of fifteen files alphabetically arranged: Congratulatory Letters, County File, Executive Orders, General Correspondence, General Files, Governor's Personal File, Department of Highways, Prisoner Correspondence, Department of Public Safety, State Departments File, State Financial Papers, State Governors File, State Organizations File, University of Kentucky, University of Kentucky, Board of Trustees Within the files, arrangement is in alphabetical and/or chronological sequence. General Files and General Correspondence are the largest files in the series. The General Files section affords the best overall view of Chandler's activities during his second term as governor from December 1955 to December 1959. It contains important papers about the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National conventions, the legislature and state politics, as well as material on various state departments and events. Specific pieces of interest in General Correspondence are letters from Charles McCord in regard to the Bank of New York serving as paying agent for Kentucky's road bonds and correspondence between Governor Chandler and Paul Butler concerning the role of the leadership of the Democratic National Committee. Other files such as Department of Highways, State Financial Papers and State Organizations supplement the broad scope of the General Files and General Correspondence Files. Congratulatory Letters i 1955-1956, Aa - Al 187 1 1955-1956, Am - Az 187 2 1955-1956, Ba 187 3 1955-1956, Be - Bj 187 4 1955-1956, Bl - Boz 187 5 1955-1956, Br - Bz 187 6 1955-1956, Cah - Caz 187 7 1955-1956, Ce - Cl 187 8 1955-1956, Coa - Coz 187 9 1955-1956, Cra - Cz 187 10 1955-1956, Da - De 188 1 1955-1956, Di - Dz 188 2 1955-1956, E 188 3 1955-1956, Fa - Fe 188 4 1955-1956, Fi - Fz 188 5 1955-1956, Ga - Ge 188 6 1955-1956, Gi - Gl 188 7 1955-1956, Go - Gz 188 8 1955-1956, Hab - Ham 188 9 1955-1956, Han - Haz 189 1 1955-1956, Hea - Hez 189 2 1955-1956, Hi - Hop 189 3 1955-1956, Hor - Hz 189 4 1955-1956, I 189 5 1955-1956, Jac - Joh 189 6 1955-1956, Joh - Ju 189 7 1955-1956, K 189 8 1955-1956, La - Le 190 1 1955-1956, Li - Lz 190 2 1955-1956, McA - McZ 190 3 1955-1956, Ma - Maz 190 4 1955-1956, Me - Mi 190 5 1955-1956, Mo - Mz 190 6 1955-1956, N 190 7 1955-1956, O 190 8 1955-1956, Pac - Paz 191 1 1955-1956, Pe - Ph 191 2 1955-1956, Pi - Pz 191 3 1955-1956, Q 191 4 1955-1956, Ra - Re 191 5 1955-1956, Rh - Rod 191 6 1955-1956, Roe - Rz 191 7 1955-1956, Sa - Se 191 8 1955-1956, Sh - Sl 191 9 1955-1956, Sm - Sp 191 10 1955-1956, Sq - Sz 192 1 1955-1956, Ta - Ti 192 2 1955-1956, To - Tz 192 3 1955-1956, U 192 4 1955-1956, V 192 5 1955-1956, Wac - Waz 192 6 1955-1956, Wea - Wez 192 7 1955-1956, Whea - Will 192 8 1955-1956, Wilson - Wz 192 9 1955-1956, X - Z 192 10 County File ii Judges 193 1 Population Projection 193 2 Adair - Boyle 193 3 Bracken - Christian 193 4 Clark - Floyd 193 5 Franklin - Harlan 193 6 Harrison - Jackson 193 7 Jefferson, 1955 193 8 Jefferson, 1956 193 9 Jefferson, 1957-1959 194 1 Jessamine - Laurel 194 2 Lawrence - Muhlenberg 194 3 Nelson - Oldham 194 4 Owen - Simpson 194 5 Spencer - Woodford 194 6 Executive Orders iii Admirals - Ambassador of Goodwill 195 1 Appointments 195 2 Bills Vetoed 195 3 Commutation of Sentence 195 4 Conservation, Department of 195 5 Economic Development, Department of 195 6 Economic Security, Department of 195 7 Finance, Department of 195 8 Flood 195 9 Governor's Awards, 1956-1958 195 10 Governor's Awards, 1959 195 11 Highway, Department of, 1955 - July 1957 195 12 Highway, Department of, August 1957-1959 195 13 Industrial Relations, Department of 195 14 Insurance - Library Extension Division 195 15 Mental Health, Department of 195 16 Merit System 195 17 Mining and Minerals, Department of 195 18 Miscellaneous 195 19 Motor Transportation, Department of 195 20 Oil Compact Commission 195 21 Pardons - Public Relations 196 1 Public Safety 196 2 Public Service Commission 196 3 Red Cross 196 4 Registration and Purgation, Board of 196 5 Removal From Office, Perry County Sheriff 196 6 Requests for Requisitions, July, 1959 196 7 Requests for Requisitions, August, 1959 196 8 Requests For Requisitions, September - October, 1959 196 9 Revenue, Department of, 1955, February, 1957 196 10 Revenue, Department of, July, 1957-1959 196 11 Transfer of Funds, 1956 - April, 1957 196 12 Transfer of Funds, May, 1957 - April, 1958 196 13 Transfer of Funds, May, 1958-1959 196 14 Travel, Out of State 196 15 United States Senators 196 16 Welfare, Department of 196 17 Writ of Election 196 18 1956-1959, Aa - Acree 197 1 1956-1959, Abelman, Max 197 2 1956-1959, Ada - Adal 197 3 1956-1959, Adams, A - J 197 4 1956-1959, Adams, K - Z 197 5 1956-1959, Adams, Sherman 197 6 1956-1959, Adamson - Ade 197 7 1956-1959, Ades, David 197 8 1956-1959, Adh - Ak 197 9 1956-1959, Alaskan Goodwill Tour 197 10 1956-1959, Ala - Aid 197 11 1956-1959, Ale - Alg 197 12 1956-1959, Allan - Allen 197 13 1956-1959, Allen, A - H 198 1 1956-1959, Allen, J - Z 198 2 1956-1959, Allen, Loy 198 3 1956-1959, Allen, Minerva 198 4 1956-1959, Alleo - Allz 198 5 1956-1959, Alm - Alz 198 6 1956-1959, Aluminum Company of Ama 198 7 1956-1959, Alverson, Jess 198 8 1956-1959, Ama - Amd 198 9 1956-1959, Aman, A - L 198 10 1956-1959, Aman, M - Z 199 1 1956-1959, Aman Federation of Government Employees 199 2 1956-1959, Aman Folk Song Society 199 3 1956-1959, Aman Heritage Foundation 199 4 1956-1959, Aman Latvian Association 199 5 1956-1959, Aman Legion 199 6 1956-1959, Aman Order of General Pulaski 199 7 1956-1959, Aman Veterans Committee 199 8 1956-1959, Amans for Democratic Action 199 9 1956-1959, Ami - Andersen 199 10 1956-1959, Anderson, A - I 199 11 1956-1959, Anderson J - Z 199 12 1956-1959, Anderson, Henry R. 199 13 1956-1959, Anderson, Joe 199 14 1956-1959, Anderson, John N. 199 15 1956-1959, Anderson, John 199 16 1956-1959, Andf - Ao 200 1 1956-1959, Ankenbauer, George 200 2 1956-1959, Ap 200 3 1956-1959, Ar - Army 200 4 1956-1959, Architects, State Board 200 5 1956-1959, Ardery Family 200 6 1956-1959, Area Employment Expansion Committee 200 7 1956-1959, Armory, Frankfort 200 8 1956-1959, Armory, Buechal 200 9 1956-1959, Armstrong, Francele 200 10 1956-1959, Arn - Arnold 200 11 1956-1959, Armon - Arz 200 12 1956-1959, Arrowood, Henry 200A 1 1956-1959, As - Ash 200A 2 1956-1959, Ask - Asz 200A 3 1956-1959, Asbury College 200A 4 1956-1959, Ashland Oil Company 200A 5 1956-1959, Ata - Atz 200A 6 1956-1959, Athletic Board of Control 200A 7 1956-1959, Atomic Energy 200A 8 1956-1959, Atomic Law Institute 200A 9 1956-1959, Au - Auz 200A 10 1956-1959, Av - Az 200A 11 1956-1959, Ayres, William 200A 12 1956-1959, B - Bacz 201 1 1956-1959, Bach, J. 201 2 1956-1959, Bad - Bahz 201 3 1956-1959, Baer, Ray 201 4 1956-1959, Bai - Baize 201 5 1956-1959, Bain, Orville 201 6 1956-1959, Bak - Baker 201 7 1956-1959, Bal - Ballard 201 8 1956-1959, Balfour Company 201 9 1956-1959, Ball, Thomas 201 10 1956-1959, Ballard, G. Breaux 202 1 1956-1959, Ballard, Jess 202 2 1956-1959, Balle - Banh 202 3 1956-1959, Bao - Barm 202 4 1956-1959, Barkley - Alben 202 5 1956-1959, Barn - Barnes 202 6 1956-1959, Barnett - Barnsq 202 7 1956-1959, Baro - Barry 202 8 1956-1959, Bars - Barz 203 1 1956-1959, Barrett, Kenneth E. 203 2 1956-1959, Bas - Basz 203 3 1956-1959, Baseball 203 4 1956-1959, Bat - Batz 203 5 1956-1959, Bau - Bauz 203 6 1956-1959, Bax - Baz 203 7 1956-1959, Bax - Bernard 203 8 1956-1959, Bea - Bean 203 9 1956-1959, Beao - Bebz 203 10 1956-1959, Bec - Becz 204 1 1956-1959, Bed - Bek 204 2 1956-1959, Begley Family 204 3 1956-1959, Bel - Bell, Hilary T. 204 4 1956-1959, Bell, Howard - Belz 204 5 1956-1959, Bellarmine College 204 6 1956-1959, Ben - Benl 204 7 1956-1959, Benm - Bennett 204 8 1956-1959, Benni - Beq 204 9 1956-1959, Benswanger, W. E. 205 1 1956-1959, Ber - Bertz 205 2 1956-1959, Berea College 205 3 1956-1959, Bes - Bey 205 4 1956-1959, Bi - Bik 205 5 1956-1959, Bil - Biq 205 6 1956-1959, Bilyeu, Louise 205 7 1956-1959, Bingham, Barry 205 8 1956-1959, Bir - Bizp 205 9 1956-1959, Bj - Blaiq 206 1 1956-1959, Blair - Blake 206 2 1956-1959, Blake, H. S. 206 3 1956-1959, Blal - Blaz 206 4 1956-1959, Blazer, Rexford 206 5 1956-1959, Ble - Bliz 206 6 1956-1959, Blind Persons 206 7 1956-1959, Blind, Talking Books 207 1 1956-1959, Blind, Talking Books 207 2 1956-1959, Blo 207 3 1956-1959, Blue, B - C 207 4 1956-1959, Blue, G. - Blythe, D. 207 5 1956-1959, Blythe, Max J. 207 6 1956-1959, Boa - Boate 207 7 1956-1959, Boatm - Boe 207 8 1956-1959, Bog - Bok 207 9 1956-1959, Bol - Bolin, Robert 207 10 1956-1959, Bolin, Robert Lee 208 1 1956-1959, Bolin, Robert T. - Bom 208 2 1956-1959, Bon 208 3 1956-1959, Boo 208 4 1956-1959, Bop - Bor 208 5 1956-1959, Bos - Bot 208 6 1956-1959, Bou 208 7 1956-1959, Bow - Bowlin 208 8 1956-1959, Bowling - Bowly 209 1 1956-1959, Bowm - Box 209 2 1956-1959, Boy - Boz 209 3 1956-1959, Boy Scouts 209 4 1956-1959, Brab - Brad 209 5 1956-1959, Brae - Bram 209 6 1956-1959, Brana - Brang 210 1 1956-1959, Branh - Bratt 210 2 1956-1959, Brau - Braz 210 3 1956-1959, Bre - Brem 210 4 1956-1959, Bren - Brew 210 5 1956-1959, Bria - Brig 210 6 1956-1959, Bril - Briz 210 7 1956-1959, Broa - Broc 210 8 1956-1959, Brod - Bron 210 9 1956-1959, Broo - Browg 211 1 1956-1959, Brown, A - D 211 2 1956-1959, Brown, E - I 211 3 1956-1959, Brown, J - Q 211 4 1956-1959, Brown, R - Z 211 5 1956-1959, Browne - Broz 211 6 1956-1959, Bru 211 7 1956-1959, Bryan, A - Z 212 1 1956-1959, Bryant, A - Z 212 2 1956-1959, Bryar - Bryz 212 3 1956-1959, Bu - Buc 212 4 1956-1959, Bud - Buk 212 5 1956-1959, Bul - Buo 212 6 1956-1959, Burk - Burm 212 7 1956-1959, Burn - Buro 212 8 1956-1959, Bur - Burg 213 1 1956-1959, Burr - Burz 213 2 1956-1959, Bus 213 3 1956-1959, Butc - Butler, David 213 4 1956-1959, Butler, Donald - Bux 213 5 1956-1959, Bya - Byr 213 6 1956-1959, C - Cai 213 7 1956-1959, Cala - Calh 214 1 1956-1959, Cali - Calumet Farm 214 2 1956-1959, Calu - Cambron, Gladys 214 3 1956-1959, Cambron, Joseph W. 214 4 1956-1959, Cambron, Thomas - Camn 214 5 1956-1959, Camp 214 6 1956-1959, Campbell, Alexander 214 7 1956-1959, Campbell, Alv - Campbell, I 214 8 1956-1959, Campbell, J - Z 214 9 1956-1959, Cambellsville, Campl 215 1 1956-1959, Can - Cano 215 2 1956-1959, Cant 215 3 1956-1959, Cap 215 4 1956-1959, Car, A - K 215 5 1956-1959, Carl 215 6 1956-1959, Carm - Carn 215 7 1956-1959, Carpenter, A - Z 215 8 1956-1959, Carr - Cars 215 9 1956-1959, Carter - A - F 215 10 1956-1959, Carter, G - Z 216 1 1956-1959, Cartm - Cary 216 2 1956-1959, Cas - Casp 216 3 1956-1959, Cass - Casti 216 4 1956-1959, Castle - Casw 216 5 1956-1959, Cat - Caude 216 6 1956-1959, Caudill, A - Cm 216 7 1956-1959, Caudill, Co - Causey 216 8 1956-1959, Cav - Cay 217 1 1956-1959, Ce 217 2 1956-1959, Ch - Chak 217 3 1956-1959, Chamber of Commerce, Frankfort 217 4 1956-1959, Chamber of Commerce, Junior 217 5 1956-1959, Chamber of Commerce, Kentucky 217 6 1956-1959, Chamber of Commerce, Kentucky 217 7 1956-1959, Chamber of Commerce, Louisville 217 8 1956-1959, Chamber of Commerce, Out of State 217 9 1956-1959, Chamberl - Chanc 218 1 1956-1959, Chandler, A - Z 218 2 1956-1959, Chandlers - Chann 218 3 1956-1959, Chapman, Lucille 218 4 1956-1959, Chapman, M - Chapp 218 5 1956-1959, Char - Chav 218 6 1956-1959, Chea - Chee 218 7 1956-1959, Chelf, Frank 218 8 1956-1959, Chelf, M - Chester 218 9 1956-1959, Chestnut, A. E. 219 1 1956-1959, Chestnut, Aurora 219 2 1956-1959, Chestnut, J. - Chev 219 3 1956-1959, Chi - Cho 219 4 1956-1959, Chr - Christians 219 5 1956-1959, Christian Scientists 219 6 1956-1959, Christianson - Church 219 7 1956-1959, Churchill Downs 219 8 1956-1959, Churchill, H - Circle 219 9 1956-1959, Circuit Court Clerks 219 10 1956-1959, Circus, Saints and Sinners Club 219 11 1956-1959, Cis - Civ 219 12 1956-1959, Civil War Centennial Commission 220 1 1956-1959, Cla - Clari 220 2 1956-1959, Clark, A - K 220 3 1956-1959, Clark, L - Z 220 4 1956-1959, Clarke, A - Z 220 5 1956-1959, Clarks - Clay 220 6 1956-1959, Cle 220 7 1956-1959, Cli 220 8 1956-1959, Clo 220 9 1956-1959, Clugston, Walter 220 10 1956-1959, Coa - Cobb 221 1 1956-1959, Ty Cobb Educational Foundation 221 2 1956-1959, Cobe - Coe 221 3 1956-1959, Coers, Morris H. 221 4 1956-1959, Cof - Cog 221 5 1956-1959, Coh - Cok 221 6 1956-1959, Col - Cole, Wa 221 7 1956-1959, Cole, W. Boyd 221 8 1956-1959, Colegrove 222 1 1956-1959, Coleman, A - Ern 222 2 1956-1959, Coleman, Ervin E. 222 3 1956-1959, Coleman, F - Coli 222 4 1956-1959, Coll - Collings 222 5 1956-1959, Collins, A - I 222 6 1956-1959, Collins, J - Z 222 7 1956-1959, Collis - Coly 222 8 1956-1959, Combs, A. B. - Grazia K. 223 1 1956-1959, Combs, Henry - Woodrow 223 2 1956-1959, Comer - Committee of One Million 223 2 1956-1959, Committee on Education - Compton 223 3 1956-1959, Conaty - Congleton 223 4 1956-1959, Congressional Record 223 5 1956-1959, Coniglio - Conlon 223 6 1956-1959, Conn- Conner, Jim 223 7 1956-1959, Conner, John L. - Conroy 223 8 1956-1959, Conomy - Convair 224 1 1956-1959, Conway - Conyers 224 2 1956-1959, Coogan - Cook, Henry, J. 224 3 1956-1959, Cook, James - Cooksey 224 4 1956-1959, Cookson, Charles W. 224 5 1956-1959, Coon - Coons 224 6 1956-1959, Cooper, Albert - John H. 224 7 1956-1959, Cooper, John Sherman 224 8 1956-1959, Cooper, John Sherman 224 9 1956-1959, Cooper, John Sherman 225 1 1956-1959, Cooper, Joseph L. William 225 2 1956-1959, Copalane - Copshaw 225 3 1956-1959, Coral - Cormney 225 4 1956-1959, Corn - Cornett 225 5 1956-1959, Conette - Corydon 225 6 1956-1959, Cosby - Cottrell 225 7 1956-1959, Cott - Coulter 225 8 1956-1959, Council for Retarded Children - Council of Southern Mountains 225 9 1956-1959, Council of State Governments, 1955-1956 226 1 1956-1959, Council of State Governments, 1957 226 2 1956-1959, Council of State Governments, 1958 226 3 1956-1959, Council of State Governments, 1958 226 4 1956-1959, Council of State Governments, 1959 226 5 1956-1959, Council of State Governments, 1959 227 1 1956-1959, Counts - Courtny 227 2 1956-1959, Cova - Cowles 227 3 1956-1959, Cox, A - G 227 4 1956-1959, Cox, H - W 227 5 1956-1959, Coy -- Cozine 227 6 1956-1959, Crabb - Cracraft 227 7 1956-1959, Craft 228 1 1956-1959, Craig 228 2 1956-1959, Crandel - Craycraft 228 3 1956-1959, Creal - Crest 228 4 1956-1959, Crockett - Cronheim 228 5 1956-1959, Cronin - Crosthwait 228 6 1956-1959, Crouch 228 7 1956-1959, Crownover - Crowson 228 8 1956-1959, Cruce - Crystal 228 9 1956-1959, Cuban - Culver 229 1 1956-1959, Cumberland - Cummisky 229 2 1956-1959, Cun - Cup 229 3 1956-1959, Curby - Cury 229 4 1956-1959, Cus - Cz 229 5 1956-1959, D. X. - Dairy 229 6 1956-1959, Dale - Daley, Michael J. 229 7 1956-1959, Daley, Richard J. 229 8 1956-1959, d'Algodt - D'Ambrosio 229 9 1956-1959, Danahy - Daniel, Felosia 229 10 1956-1959, Daniel, Fred - Daniel, Zetta 230 1 1956-1959, Daniels - Daphne 230 2 1956-1959, Darbro - Dashiell 230 3 1956-1959, Daugherty - Daughton 230 4 1956-1959, Davasher - Davidson, John M. 230 5 1956-1959, Davidson, L. - Daviess 230 6 1956-1959, Davis, G. - Davis, I 230 7 1956-1959, Davis, J. - Davis, P. 230 8 1956-1959, Davis, R. - Davis, W. 231 1 1956-1959, Davidson - Dawson 231 2 1956-1959, Day - Daytona 231 3 1956-1959, Deacon - Deatley 231 4 1956-1959, Deaton - DeButts 231 5 1956-1959, Defender - DeJonette 231 6 1956-1959, Del - Delpont 231 7 1956-1959, Demaree - Demko 231 8 1956-1959, Democratic Central Executive Committee, Kentucky 231 9 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, 1956 232 1 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, 1957 232 2 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, 1958 232 3 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, 1959 232 4 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, Advisory Council 233 1 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, Chicago Convention 233 2 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, Democratic Digest 233 3 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, Dollars for Democrats 233 4 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, Fact Sheet 233 5 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, Florida Invitation for Convention 233 6 1956-1959, Democratic National Committee, Nationalities Committee 233 7 1956-1959, Demoisey, John 234 1 1956-1959, Demply - DeMyer 234 2 1956-1959, Denardi - Dennison 234 3 1956-1959, Denniston, Department of Interior 234 4 1956-1959, Derby, Kentucky - Derby, Little Kentucky 235 1 1956-1959, Derdiger - Derwin 235 2 1956-1959, deSalles - DeSurne 235 3 1956-1959, Deters - Dheel 235 4 1956-1959, Dials - Dibble 235 5 1956-1959, DiCenzo - Didriksen 235 6 1956-1959, Dieckman - Dietsch 235 7 1956-1959, Digby - Dilworth 235 8 1956-1959, Dimmick - Director of Balance the Budget 235 9 1956-1959, DiSalle - Diskin, John 235 10 1956-1959, Diskin, Rose Mary - Dixie Cup Co. 236 1 1956-1959, Dixie Ice Cream Co. - Dizney 236 2 1956-1959, Dean - Docterman 236 3 1956-1959, Dodd - Doggett 236 4 1956-1959, Doherty - Domestic 236 5 1956-1959, Donahy - Donelly 236 6 1956-1959, D'onofio - Doom 236 7 1956-1959, Dora - Doty 236 8 1956-1959, Dougherty - Douglas, Paul H. 236 9 1956-1959, Douglas, Robert A. - Dove 237 1 1956-1959, Dowden - Downing 237 2 1956-1959, Downs - Dozier 237 3 1956-1959, Draheim - Drexel 237 4 1956-1959, Driggs - Drysdale 237 5 1956-1959, Dubensky - Duerson 237 6 1956-1959, Duff - Dumont 237 7 1956-1959, Dun - Duncan, Ford 237 8 1956-1959, Duncan, G. L. - Dunlap 237 9 1956-1959, Dunham - Dunlop 237 10 1956-1959, Dunn 237 11 1956-1959, Dunne - Dupuy 238 1 1956-1959, Durant - Durr 238 2 1956-1959, Durrett - Duvall 238 3 1956-1959, Dustin, Winston S. 238 4 1956-1959, Dwyer - Dzubay 238 5 1956-1959, Eaden - Ealy 238 6 1956-1959, Earl - Easterly 238 7 1956-1959, Eastern - Eaves 238 8 1956-1959, Eban - Ecton 238 9 1956-1959, Eddleman - Edington 239 1 1956-1959, Editorial - Education 239 2 1956-1959, Edwards - Edwardson 239 3 1956-1959, Effley - Ehrlich 239 4 1956-1959, Eibner - Eilers 239 5 1956-1959, Einhorn - Ekvall 239 6 1956-1959, Elam - Eldridge 239 7 1956-1959, Election, Congressional Districts 239 8 1956-1959, Election, County Commissioners 239 9 1956-1959, Election, Officers 239 10 1956-1959, Election, Returns 239 11 1956-1959, Electric, Elkro 239 12 1956-1959, Elks 239 13 1956-1959, Ellaby - Elliott 239 14 1956-1959, Ellis 240 1 1956-1959, Ellison - Ely 240 2 1956-1959, Embassy - Emory 240 3 1956-1959, Enck - Engel 240 4 1956-1959, Engelhard - Enzweiler 240 5 1956-1959, Episcopal - Epstein 240 6 1956-1959, Erber - Erwin 240 7 1956-1959, Eskimo - Eustis 240 8 1956-1959, Evangel - Evans 240 9 1956-1959, Evansville - Eversole 240 10 1956-1959, Ewald - Eyndhoven 241 1 1956-1959, Ezell - Ezzell 241 2 1956-1959, Faber - Faissz 241 3 1956-1959, Falconberry - Falk 241 4 1956-1959, Falkner - Fantus 241 5 1956-1959, Farcasin - Farley 241 6 1956-1959, Farm - Farthing 241 7 1956-1959, Fasig - Fayette 241 8 1956-1959, Fearing - Feitelburg 242 1 1956-1959, Felding - Fenwick 242 2 1956-1959, Ferger - Fernandez 242 3 1956-1959, Ferrarra - Feus 242 4 1956-1959, Fick - Filleul 242 5 1956-1959, Finch - First 242 6 1956-1959, Fishbach - Fiser 242 7 1956-1959, Fish - Fisk 243 1 1956-1959, Fitch - Fitzwater 243 2 1956-1959, Flag - Flat 243 3 1956-1959, Fleck - Fletcher 243 4 1956-1959, Flick - Floete 243 5 1956-1959, Flood 243 6 1956-1959, Flood - Flowers 243 7 1956-1959, Floyd - Fogel 244 1 1956-1959, Foley - Fontainebleu 244 2 1956-1959, For - Ford 244 3 1956-1959, Foree - Forrester 244 4 1956-1959, Forsberg - Forty 244 5 1956-1959, Foss - Foster, P. 244 6 1956-1959, Foster, S. - Foster, Z. 244 7 1956-1959, Fothergill - Fowler 245 1 1956-1959, Fox - Foy 245 2 1956-1959, Frackiewicz - Francisco 245 3 1956-1959, Frank - Frankenberger 245 4 1956-1959, Frankfort (City of ) I 245 5 1956-1959, Frankfort (City of ) II 245 6 1956-1959, Franklin - Franz 245 7 1956-1959, Fraser - Frazier 245 8 1956-1959, Fred - Fredrickson 246 1 1956-1959, Freedman - Freet 246 2 1956-1959, Freleki - Freymann 246 3 1956-1959, Friar - Frick 246 4 1956-1959, Friedel - Friends 246 5 1956-1959, Friley - Frizzell 246 6 1956-1959, Froedge - Fryman 246 7 1956-1959, Fuchs - Fugett 246 8 1956-1959, Fuhrman - Fultz 246 9 1956-1959, Fun - Funston 246 10 1956-1959, Fuqua - Furtick 246 11 1956-1959, Fuson - Fyffe 247 1 1956-1959, Gabb - Gadway 247 2 1956-1959, Gaeddert - Gaitskaill 247 3 1956-1959, Gajdik - Galvin 247 4 1956-1959, Gamaliel - Gantley 247 5 1956-1959, Garanson - Gariepy 247 6 1956-1959, Garland - Garner 247 7 1956-1959, Garnett - Garris 247 8 1956-1959, Garrison - Garza 248 1 1956-1959, Gas - Gatton 248 2 1956-1959, Gauagher - Gayton 248 3 1956-1959, Geareds - Geisen 248 4 1956-1959, Gelander - Gentt 248 5 1956-1959, George - Georgetown 248 6 1956-1959, Geralds - Gholson 248 7 1956-1959, Gianetti - Gibbs 248 8 1956-1959, Gibson 248 9 1956-1959, Gidcumb - Gift 248 10 1956-1959, Gilb - Gilkison 249 1 1956-1959, Gill - Gillian 249 2 1956-1959, Gillian - Gilvin 249 3 1956-1959, Gindsong - Givins 249 4 1956-1959, Glaboff - Glazier 249 5 1956-1959, Gleaner - Gnesinger 249 6 1956-1959, Go - Godwin 249 7 1956-1959, Goe - Goins 250 1 1956-1959, Gold - Goldizen 250 2 1956-1959, Goldman - Gonzalez 250 3 1956-1959, Gooch - Goodenough 250 4 1956-1959, Goodin - Gootee 250 5 1956-1959, Gordon - Gore 250 6 1956-1959, Gorham - Gortatowsky 250 7 1956-1959, Gosnell - Gouger 250 8 1956-1959, Gough - Gozder 251 1 1956-1959, Graafland - Graduation 251 2 1956-1959, Graduation 251 3 1956-1959, Grady - Graham, S. 251 4 1956-1959, Graham, Thomas 251 5 1956-1959, Graham, Thomas 252 1 1956-1959, Graham, V. - Gratz 252 2 1956-1959, Gravel - Grawemeyer 252 3 1956-1959, Gray - Graysville 252 4 1956-1959, Greanya - Green 252 5 1956-1959, Greenbier - Greene 252 6 1956-1959, Greenebaum - Greer 252 7 1956-1959, Gregg - Grey 253 1 1956-1959, Gribbin - Griffis 253 2 1956-1959, Griffith 253 3 1956-1959, Griggs - Grigson 253 4 1956-1959, Grills - Grinter 253 5 1956-1959, Grisby - Groover 253 6 1956-1959, Gross - Grow 253 7 1956-1959, Grubb - Gruver 253 8 1956-1959, Guajardo - Guile 253 9 1956-1959, Guinan - Gursten 254 1 1956-1959, Guswiler - Gyr 254 2 1956-1959, H. - Hafner 254 3 1956-1959, Hagan - Hagans 254 4 1956-1959, Hagar - Hager 254 5 1956-1959, Hagerty - Haight 254 6 1956-1959, Hail - Hake 254 7 1956-1959, Halas - Haley 254 8 1956-1959, Hall, A - B 254 9 1956-1959, Hall, C - D 254 10 1956-1959, Hall, E 255 1 1956-1959, Hall, F 255 2 1956-1959, Hall, J - M 255 3 1956-1959, Hanratty - Happy 255 4 1956-1959, Haragan - Harding 255 5 1956-1959, Hardison - Hargrove 255 6 1956-1959, Harned - Harper 255 7 1956-1959, Harr - Harris, C. 255 8 1956-1959, Harris, D - L 256 1 1956-1959, Harris, M - Z 256 2 1956-1959, Harrison - Harsh 256 3 1956-1959, Hart 256 4 1956-1959, Harter - Harwood 256 5 1956-1959, Hase - Hater 256 6 1956-1959, Hatfield - Hatton 256 7 1956-1959, Hatton, Robert, E. 256 8 1956-1959, Hauber - Hawkins 257 1 1956-1959, Hawks - Hay 257 2 1956-1959, Hayer - Hayes 257 3 1956-1959, Haymaker - Haynes 257 4 1956-1959, Hays - Hazzard 257 5 1956-1959, Head - Healy 257 6 1956-1959, Hear - Heath 257 7 1956-1959, Heating - Hehl 258 1 1956-1959, Heid - Heizer 258 2 1956-1959, Held - Helm 258 3 1956-1959, Helman - Hempstead 258 4 1956-1959, Henck - Henderson 258 5 1956-1959, Hendon - Henkel 258 6 1956-1959, Henn - Henritze 258 7 1956-1959, Henry 258 8 1956-1959, Herschel - Hensley, M. 258 9 1956-1959, Hensley, N - W 259 1 1956-1959, Henson - Henzy 259 2 1956-1959, Herald - Herndon 259 3 1956-1959, Hermes, Jeannette 259 4 1956-1959, Herr - Herzog 259 5 1956-1959, Hesburg - Heyward 259 6 1956-1959, Hiatt - Hickman 259 7 1956-1959, Hickok - Hicks, L. 259 8 1956-1959, Hicks, M. - Hiestand 259 9 1956-1959, Higbee - Higgins 259 10 1956-1959, Higgs - Hiler 260 1 1956-1959, Hill, A - K 260 2 1956-1959, Hill, L - W 260 3 1956-1959, Hillard - Himes 260 4 1956-1959, Hickman - Hines 260 5 1956-1959, Hines, Paul J. 260 6 1956-1959, Hines, Paul J. 260 7 1956-1959, Hingson - Hjelle 260 8 1956-1959, Hoagland - Hoblitzell 260 9 1956-1959, Hobson 261 1 1956-1959, Hokensmith - Hodson 261 2 1956-1959, Hodges, W. Earl 261 3 1956-1959, Hoe - Hofstetter 261 4 1956-1959, Hogan - Hoke 261 5 1956-1959, Holach - Holiway 261 6 1956-1959, Hollamon - Hollars 261 7 1956-1959, Holley - Holloway 261 8 1956-1959, Homan - Holtzman 262 1 1956-1959, Homan - Hoover 262 2 1956-1959, Hope - Hopwood 262 3 1956-1959, Horak - Hornung 262 4 1956-1959, Horological - Horton 262 5 1956-1959, Hosbach - Hottel 262 6 1956-1959, Houchen - Hovious 263 1 1956-1959, House, Hugh 263 2 1956-1959, House, Walter C. 263 3 1956-1959, House, Jenny Price 263 4 1956-1959, Housing & Home Finance Agency 263 5 263 1956-1959, Howard, A - K 263 6 1956-1959, Howard, L - Z 263 7 1956-1959, Howard, Carl C. 263 8 1956-1959, Howard, Maurice 263 9 1956-1959, Howe - Hoyt 264 1 1956-1959, Hubbard 264 2 1956-1959, Hubble - Hubley 264 3 1956-1959, Huddleston - Hudson 264 4 1956-1959, Hudgens, E. 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G. Taylor 328 2 1956-1959, Spohn - Spray 328 3 1956-1959, Spradlin, Dortha 328 4 1956-1959, Spradlin, T. S. 328 5 1956-1959, Sprecher - Squires 328 6 1956-1959, Square D. Company 328 7 1956-1959, Staley - Stahr 328 8 1956-1959, Stamatoes - Stamper 328 9 1956-1959, Stanaland - Stanwood 329 1 1956-1959, Stanley 329 2 1956-1959, Stanton 329 3 1956-1959, Stapf - Stapt 329 4 1956-1959, Staples Advertising Inc. 329 5 1956-1959, Star - Stavros 329 6 1956-1959, Staton, Dan C. 329 7 1956-1959, Steadle - Stegers 329 8 1956-1959, Stearman, Clara 329 9 1956-1959, Steidle - Steinuis 329 10 1956-1959, Stelle - Stepp 330 1 1956-1959, Stenholm, J. T. 330 2 1956-1959, Stephens 330 3 1956-1959, Stephenson 330 4 1956-1959, Sterling - Steuben 330 5 1956-1959, Stevens 330 6 1956-1959, Stevens, Leroy R. 330 7 1956-1959, Stevenson 330 8 1956-1959, Stevenson, Adlai E. 330 9 1956-1959, Steward - Stewart 330 10 1956-1959, Stice - Stivers 330 11 1956-1959, Stockdale - Stombaugh 331 1 1956-1959, Stone - Stopher 331 2 1956-1959, Storer - Stoz 331 3 1956-1959, Strachan - Strevels 331 4 1956-1959, Stricker - Strunk 331 5 1956-1959, Stuagell - Sturdevant 331 6 1956-1959, Sturgell - Stuve 331 7 1956-1959, Sublett - Sulka 332 1 1956-1959, Sullivan - Sumpter 332 2 1956-1959, Summers, James B. 332 3 1956-1959, Sun - Svestka 332 4 1956-1959, Swafford - Swartz 332 5 1956-1959, Sweeney, Russell 332 6 1956-1959, Swift, Stephen 332 7 1956-1959, Swearengin - Swyer 332 8 1956-1959, Syck - Szturma 332 9 1956-1959, Taafe - Talmadge 333 1 1956-1959, Tabor, Otis 333 2 1956-1959, Tameling - Tappan 333 3 1956-1959, Tarburton - Taxin 333 4 1956-1959, Taylor, A - I 333 5 1956-1959, Taylor, J - Taylored 333 6 1956-1959, Taylor Manor 333 7 1956-1959, Teachers - Tent 334 1 1956-1959, Tennessee Valley Authority 334 2 1956-1959, Tennessee Valley Authority 334 3 1956-1959, Terhune - Textile 334 4 1956-1959, Textbooks 334 5 1956-1959, Thacker - This 334 6 1956-1959, Theatres 334 7 1956-1959, These Times 334 8 1956-1959, Thoeny - Thon 334 9 1956-1959, Thomas, A - C 334 10 1956-1959, Thomas, J - Z 335 1 1956-1959, Thompson, A - I 335 2 1956-1959, Thompson, J - Thomsonville 335 3 1956-1959, Thor - Throgmorton 335 4 1956-1959, Thumin - Thweat 335 5 1956-1959, Tibbals - Tilton 336 1 1956-1959, Tibbs, Earl 336 2 1956-1959, Tidwell, Louise 336 3 1956-1959, Timberlake - Tleir 336 4 1956-1959, Toadvine - Tolson 336 5 1956-1959, Tomas - Topping 336 6 1956-1959, Tor - Townsley 336 7 1956-1959, Torrance, R. C. 336 8 1956-1959, Trabue - Traylor 337 1 1956-1959, Tracy, Martha 337 2 1956-1959, Transylvania College, 1956-1959 337 3 1956-1959, Transylvania College, January - June, 1958 337 4 1956-1959, Transylvania College, July - December, 1958 337 5 1956-1959, Transylvania College, January - June, 1959 337 6 1956-1959, Transylvania College, July - December 338 1 1956-1959, Transylvania College, Annual Reports 338 2 1956-1959, Transylvania College, Minutes of Meetings 338 3 1956-1959, Treacy - Trevallion 338 4 1956-1959, Tri - Trivette 338 5 1956-1959, Trohan - Troy 338 6 1956-1959, Tubbs - Tupts 338 7 1956-1959, Tucker 339 1 1956-1959, Tucker, C. Ewbank 339 2 1956-1959, Turco - Tuttle 339 3 1956-1959, Turner 339 4 1956-1959, Tway - Tyson 339 5 1956-1959, Ubelhart - Union 339 6 1956-1959, Union College 339 7 1956-1959, Unions, Miscellaneous 339 8 1956-1959, United Aid - United States 340 1 1956-1959, United Mine Workers of Ama, District 30, Labor Dispute March 1958 - March 1959 340 2 1956-1959, United Mine Workers of Ama, District 30, Labor Dispute April - July, 1959 340 3 1956-1959, United Mine Workers of Ama, Welfare & Retirement Fund 340 4 1956-1959, United Nations 340 5 1956-1959, United Service Organization 340 6 1956-1959, United States Government, Air Force 340 7 1956-1959, United States Government, Armed Services Advisory Committee 340 8 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, 1956-1958 340 9 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, 1959 340 10 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, Engineers, 1956-1957 341 1 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, Engineers, 1958 341 2 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, Engineers, 1959, January - March 341 3 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, Engineers, 1959, April - December 341 4 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, Bluegrass Ordnance Depot 341 5 1956-1959, United States Government, Army, Secretary of 341 6 United States Government, Bureau of Budget 341 7 1956-1959, United States Government, Civil Service Commission 341 8 1956-1959, United States Government, Commerce, Department of 341 9 1956-1959, United States Government, Commerce, Department of 341 10 1956-1959, United States Government, Congress 341 11 1956-1959, United States Government, Defense, Secretary of 341 12 1956-1959, United States Government, Federal Bureau of Investigation 341 13 1956-1959, United States Government, Federal Communications Commission 341 14 1956-1959, United States Government, Health, Education & Wealth 341 15 1956-1959, United States Government, Health, Education and Welfare Publications 342 1 1956-1959, United States Government, Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee 342 2 1956-1959, United States Government, Interior, Department of 342 3 1956-1959, United States Government, Internal Revenue, Department of 342 4 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1956 342 5 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1957 342 6 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1958, January - March 342 7 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1958, April 342 8 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1958, May - June 342 9 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1958, Aug. - Dec. 343 1 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1959, February - April 343 2 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1959, May - June 343 3 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1959, July 343 4 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1959, Sept. - Oct. 343 5 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, Castle Showcase Co. 343 6 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, C & O Railroad 344 1 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, Illinois Central Railroad 344 2 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, L & N Railroad, 1957-1958 344 3 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, New York Central Railroad 344 4 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, Pennsylvania Railroad 344 5 1956-1959, United States Government, Interstate Commerce Commission, Roadway Express Inc. 344 6 1956-1959, United States Government, Labor, Secretary of, 1957-1958 344 7 1956-1959, United States Government, Labor, Secretary of, 1959 345 1 1956-1959, United States Government, Miscellaneous Agencies 345 2 1956-1959, United States Government, Navy and Marines, June, 1958-1959 345 3 1956-1959, United States Government, Navy and Marines, June, 1958-1959 345 4 1956-1959, United States Government, Organization Chart 345 5 1956-1959, United States Government, Senate, Hubert H. Humphrey 345 6 1956-1959, United States Government, Service Personnel 345 7 1956-1959, United States Government, Signal Depot 345 8 1956-1959, United States Government, Treasury, Secretary of 345 9 1956-1959, United States News & World Report 345 10 1956-1959, United Steelworkers of Ama 345 11 1956-1959, United Temperance Movement - Utterback 345 12 1956-1959, Vadnay - VanAken 346 1 1956-1959, Van Arsdale 346 2 1956-1959, Van Arsdale, Howard L. 346 3 1956-1959, Van Arsdol - Vance 346 4 1956-1959, Van Cleave - Vandiver 346 5 1956-1959, Van Etten - Van Meter 346 6 1956-1959, Vann - Van Zant 346 7 1956-1959, Varble - Vaught 346 8 1956-1959, Veach - Veon 346 9 1956-1959, Vercher - Vetter 347 1 1956-1959, Veterans Administration 347 2 1956-1959, Veterans, Aman Legion 347 3 1956-1959, Veterans Association Inc. 347 4 1956-1959, Veterans, Bonus 347 5 1956-1959, Veterans, Disabled Aman 347 6 1956-1959, Veterans of Foreign Wars 347 7 1956-1959, Viall - Villines 347 8 1956-1959, Vincent, Albert - Norris 347 9 1956-1959, Vincent, Omer - Vlasin 347 10 1956-1959, Vogel - Volz 347 11 1956-1959, Vogt, Sam H. 347 12 1956-1959, Vonderpool - Vursell 347 13 1956-1959, Wabash - Wadlington 348 1 1956-1959, Wachs, Fred B. 348 2 1956-1959, Wagenwoord, Wagner, Morris 348 3 1956-1959, Wagner, Philip - Wakefield 348 4 1956-1959, Walcutt - Walkenhorst 348 5 1956-1959, Walker, A - J 348 6 1956-1959, Walker, L - W 348 7 1956-1959, Wall 348 8 1956-1959, Wallace 348 9 1956-1959, Wallach - Walls 349 1 1956-1959, Walls, Norah Spencer 349 2 1956-1959, Walters, B - W 349 3 1956-1959, Walters, Bill and Mary Joe 349 4 1956-1959, Walters, Mack and Myrt 349 5 1956-1959, Walton, Prestley Johnson Felix 349 6 1956-1959, Ward - Wilson 349 7 1956-1959, Woehler - Wohlford 349 8 1956-1959, Wolchik - Wolfzonn 349 9 1956-1959, Wolf, Charles C. 349 10 1956-1959, Wolfson, Louis E. 349 11 1956-1959, Wolin - Women 349 12 1956-1959, Women's Christian Temperance Union 349 13 1956-1959, Womens Clubs, Business and Professional Women 349 14 1956-1959, Womens Clubs, Drivers' Licensing Standards 349 15 1956-1959, Womens Clubs, Grandmothers 349 16 1956-1959, Womens Clubs, Homemakers 349 17 1956-1959, Womens Clubs, Kentucky Federation of 350 1 1956-1959, Womens Clubs, League of Women Voters 350 2 1956-1959, Wood 350 3 1956-1959, Woodall - Woodyard 350 4 1956-1959, Woods 350 5 1956-1959, Woolbright - Wooten 350 6 1956-1959, Worcester - Wortsman 350 7 1956-1959, Wragg - Wrecker 350 8 1956-1959, Wright, A - I 350 9 1956-1959, Wright, J - Z 350 10 1956-1959, Wrightsman - Wrobleski 350 11 1956-1959, Wuerth, William 351 1 351 1956-1959, Wuersch - Wyoming 351 2 1956-1959, Yacenda - Yates 351 3 1956-1959, Yager, James B. 351 4 1956-1959, Yeager 351 5 1956-1959, Yeaman - Yerkes 351 6 1956-1959, Yoak - York 351 7 1956-1959, York, Robert 351 8 1956-1959, Yost, John M. 351 9 1956-1959, Young Democrats, Inc. 351 10 1956-1959, Young Men's Christian Association 351 11 1956-1959, Young, A - L 351 12 1956-1959, Young, M - Z 352 1 1956-1959, You - Yunker 352 2 1956-1959, Zaagsma - Zavosky 352 3 1956-1959, Zachary Taylor Memorial Cemetery 352 4 1956-1959, Zeager - Zeysing 352 5 1956-1959, Ziegler - Ziffren 352 6 1956-1959, Zimmer - Zipf 352 7 1956-1959, Zoeller - Zwicker 352 8 General Files iv Access to Highway 353 1 Achievements of Chandler Administration 353 2 Agriculture, Department of 353 3 Anonymous Correspondence, 1955-1957 353 4 Anonymous Correspondence, January - July, 1938 353 5 Anonymous Correspondence, August - November, 1938 353 6 1956-1959, Apologies 353 7 1956-1959, Autograph and Photograph Requests, September - October, 1959 353 8 Autograph and Photograph Requests, November - December, 1959 353 9 Biographical Sketches of Chandler 353 10 Breaks Interstate Park, Master Plan 353 11 Christian, Malcolm Henry 353 12 Citizens Commission on Needs of Mentally Retarded 353 13 Civil Service Commission, Restrictions on Political Activity 353 14 Committee of 100, January - February, 1959 354 1 Committee of 100, March - April, 1959 354 2 Complaint Regarding Surplus Food Distribution 354 3 Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army 354 4 Court of Appeals Case 354 5 Council of State Governments 354 6 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Alabama Uncommitted Delegates 354 7 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Correspondence, No Date 354 8 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Correspondence, May - July 354 9 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Correspondence, August 1-10 354 10 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Correspondence, August 11-16 354 11 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Delegates From Kentucky 354 12 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Memorabilia 355 1 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Nomination Statistics 355 2 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Official Convention Handouts 355 3 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Photograph and Picture Identification 355 4 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Schedule of Governor Chandler 355 5 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Telegrams, August 8-20 355 6 Democratic National Convention, 1956, Unofficial Literature 355 7 Democratic National Convention, 1960, Correspondence, 1959 355 8 Democratic National Convention, 1960, Site Selection 355 9 Dental Examiners, State Board Of 356 1 Economic Development, Board Meetings 356 2 Economic Development, Eastern Kentucky Economic Data 356 3 Economic Development, Eastern Kentucky Regional Planning Commission, 1956-1957 356 4 Economic Development, Eastern Kentucky Regional Planning Commission, 1958-1959 356 5 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1956 356 6 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1957 356 7 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1958, January - March 356 8 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1958, April - June 357 1 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1958, July 357 2 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1958, August 357 3 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1958, September - December 357 4 Economic Development, General Correspondence, 1959 357 5 Economic Development, Jackson Purchase Area, Food Processing Opportunities 357 6 Economic Development, Louisville Exposition, Feasibility Report 357 7 Economic Development, Louisville Rezoning Affecting Reynolds Metal Company 358 1 Economic Development, Nuclear Energy, Regional Advisory Council, 1956-1957 358 2 Economic Development, Nuclear Energy, Regional Advisory Council, 1958-1959 358 3 Economic Security, Children's Services 358 4 Economic Security, Citizens Committee on Aging, 1956-1957 358 5 Economic Security, Citizens Committee on Aging, 1959 358 6 Economic Security, Fraud Investigation, Frankfort 358 7 Economic Security, Fraud Investigation, Harlan County 358 8 Economic Security, General Correspondence, 1955-1957 358 9 Economic Security, General Correspondence, 1958 359 1 Economic Security, General Correspondence, 1959 359 2 Economic Security, Kentucky Personnel Council 359 3 Economic Security, IAPES Conventions 359 4 Economic Security, Merit System Regulations 359 5 Economic Security, Newsletters, 1956 359 6 Economic Security, Newsletters, 1957, January - June 359 7 Economic Security, Newsletters, 1957, July - December 359 8 Economic Security, Newsletters, 1958 359 9 Economic Security, Newsletters, 1959, January - May 360 1 Economic Security, Newsletters, 1959, June - October 360 2 Economic Security, Progress Report 360 3 Economic Security, Public Assistance Statistics 360 4 Economic Security, Statistical Journal, 1955 360 5 Economic Security, Statistical Journal, 1956 360 6 Economic Security, Statistical Journal, 1957 360 7 Economic Security, Statistical Journal, 1958 360 8 Economic Security, Unemployment Insurance Program 360 9 Education, Department of, Bureau of Administration and Finance 360 10 Expenses for New State Capitol Office of Governor 361 1 Finance, Department of, Annual Report, 1958-1959 361 2 Finance, Department of, Bidders 361 3 Finance, Department of, Bids, Tied 361 4 Finance, Department of, Budget, 1958-1959 361 5 Finance, Department of, Check Warrants, 1956 361 6 Finance, Department of, Check Warrants, 1957 - June, 1958 361 7 Finance, Department of, Check Warrants, August, 1958-1959 361 8 Finance, Department of, Executive Budget, 1954-1956 361 9 Finance, Department of, Executive Budget, 1956-1958 361 10 Finance, Department of, Executive Budget, 1958-1960 362 1 Finance, Department of, Financial Report, 1957-1958 362 2 Finance, Department of, Financial Report, 1958-1959 362 3 Finance, Department of, Financial Report, 1958-1959 362 4 Finance, Department of, Financial Statements, 1955-1956 362 5 Finance, Department of, Financial Statements, 1958 362 6 Finance, Department of, Financial Statements, 1959 362 7 Finance, Department of, General Correspondence, 1955-1956 363 1 Finance, Department of, General Correspondence, 1957 363 2 Finance, Department of, General Correspondence, 1958 363 3 Finance, Department of, General Correspondence, 1959 363 4 Finance, Department of, Personnel Actions 363 5 Finance, Department of, Traylor, Orba F., Personal Data 363 6 Finance, Department of, Traylor, Orba F., Speech 364 1 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, Civil Service Regulations 364 2 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, Duck Hunting Incident 364 3 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, General Correspondence, 1955-1956 364 4 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, General Correspondence, 1957 364 5 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, General Correspondence, 1958 364 6 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, General Correspondence, 1959 364 7 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, Magazine 364 8 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, News Letters & Releases 364 9 Fish & Wildlife, Department of, Tennessee River Fishing 364 10 Foreign Correspondence, Argentina 364 11 Foreign Correspondence, Australia 364 12 Foreign Correspondence, Austria 364 13 Foreign Correspondence, Belgium 364 14 Foreign Correspondence, Brazil 364 15 Foreign Correspondence, Canada 364 16 Foreign Correspondence, China 364 17 Foreign Correspondence, Cuba 364 18 Foreign Correspondence, Ecuador 364 19 Foreign Correspondence, Egypt 365 1 Foreign Correspondence, England 365 2 Foreign Correspondence, England, Lloyd's of London 365 3 Foreign Correspondence, France 365 4 Foreign Correspondence, Greece 365 5 Foreign Correspondence, Guam 365 6 Foreign Correspondence, Hungary 365 7 Foreign Correspondence, Iceland 365 8 Foreign Correspondence, India 365 9 Foreign Correspondence, Indonesia 365 10 Foreign Correspondence, Iraq 365 11 Foreign Correspondence, Ireland 365 12 Foreign Correspondence, Israel 365 13 Foreign Correspondence, Israel, Bonds for 365 14 Foreign Correspondence, Italy 365 15 Foreign Correspondence, Japan 365 15 Foreign Correspondence, Latvia 365 16 Foreign Correspondence, Mexico 365 17 Foreign Correspondence, Morroco 365 18 Foreign Correspondence, Netherlands 365 19 Foreign Correspondence, Pakistan 365 20 Foreign Correspondence, Panama 365 21 Foreign Correspondence, Phillipines 365 22 Foreign Correspondence, Puerto Rico 365 23 Foreign Correspondence, Sweden 365 24 Foreign Correspondence, Switzerland 365 25 Foreign Correspondence, Thailand 365 26 Foreign Correspondence, United Arab Republic 365 27 Foreign Correspondence, West Germany 365 28 Foreign Correspondence, Yugoslavia 366 1 Georgia Trip 366 2 Governor's Commission on Aging, 1959 366 3 Governor's Committee for Physically Handicapped 366 4 Governor's Conference, 1955, Summary 366 5 Governor's Conference, 1956 366 6 Governor's Conference, 1957, Pre-Conference Correspondence 366 7 Governor's Conference, 1957, Williamsburg, Virginia 366 8 Governor's Conference, 1957, Post-Conference Correspondence 366 9 Governor's Conference, 1957, Pre-Conference Correspondence 366 10 Governor's Conference, 1958, May 18-24 367 1 Governor's Conference, 1958, Post-Conference Correspondence 367 2 Governor's Conference, 1959, January - June 367 3 Governor's Conference, 1959, July 367 4 Governor's Conference, 1959, August 1-2 367 5 Governor's Conference, 1959, August 4-5 367 6 Governor's Conference, 1959, August 19-27 367 7 Governor's Conference, 1959, Travel Plans 367 8 Governor's Conference on Education, 1957 368 1 Governor's Conference on Education, 1959 368 2 Governor's Conference on Fitness of Kentucky Youth, 1958 368 3 Governor's Conference on Fitness of Kentucky Youth, 1959 368 4 Governor's Medallion Awards 368 5 Governor's Schedule, No Date 368 6 Greetings from Governor 368 7 Health, Department of, Annual Report, 1954-1956 368 8 Health, Department of, Annual Report, 1956-1957 368 9 Health, Department of, Annual Report on Food & Drug Samples 368 10 Health, Department of, Committee for Better Public Health 368 11 Health, Department of, General Correspondence, 1958 369 1 Health, Department of, General Correspondence, 1959 369 2 Health, Department of, Medical Research Commission Report 369 3 Health, Department of, Methodist Hospital Proposal 369 4 Health, Department of, Pollution Control Commission, Annual Reports 369 5 Health, Department of, Pollution Control Commission, Correspondence 369 6 Health, Department of, Publications 369 7 Health, Department of, Related Agencies, Commission on Study of Medical Care for Indigent 369 8 Health, Department of, Related Agencies, Kentucky Hospital Licensure Council 369 9 Health, Department of, Tennessee River Basin, Pollution Control 369 10 Health, Department of, Transfer of Location 369 11 Income Tax Reform 370 1 Industrial Relations, Annual Reports 370 2 Industrial Relations, Federal Grants in Aid 370 3 Industrial Relations, General Correspondence, 1955-1957 370 4 Industrial Relations, General Correspondence, 1958 370 5 Industrial Relations, General Correspondence, 1959 370 6 Industrial Relations, List 370 7 Industrial Relations, Office Inventories 370 8 Industrial Relations, Workmen's Compensation Board 370 9 Insurance, Department of, Annual Report 370 10 Insurance, Department of, Audit Report 370 11 Insurance, Department of, Bond Releases 370 12 Insurance, Department of, General Correspondence, 1955-1957 370 13 Insurance, Department of, General Correspondence, 1958 370 14 Insurance, Department of, General Correspondence, 1959 371 1 Insurance, Department of, Griffenhagan Reorganization 371 2 Insurance, Department of, Investigation Committee Report 371 3 Insurance, Department of, Investigation Report on Installment Sales 371 4 Insurance, Department of, Progress Reports 371 5 Insurance, Department of, State Fire & Tornado Insurance Expirations 371 6 Insurance, Department of, Towns, A - C 371 7 Insurance, Department of, Towns, D - G 371 8 Insurance, Department of, Towns, H - J 371 9 Insurance, Department of, Towns, K - L 371 10 Insurance, Department of, Towns, M 372 1 Insurance, Department of, Towns, N - P 372 2 Insurance, Department of, Towns, Q - Z 372 3 International Paper Company 372 4 Interstate, Breaks Interstate Park Commission 372 5 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, 1956-1957 372 6 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, 1958-1959 372 7 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, Agreements to Conserve 372 8 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, "Compact Comments" 372 9 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, Directories 372 10 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, Minutes, 1956-1957 373 1 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, Minutes, 1958-1959 373 2 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, Publications 373 3 Interstate, Interstate Oil Compact, Reports 373 4 Interstate, Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission 373 5 Interstate, Southerneastern Interstate Forest Fire Protection Compact 373 6 Interstate, Southern Regional Education Board, Audit Reports 373 7 Interstate, Southern Regional Education Board, Biographical Sketches 373 8 Interstate, Southern Regional Education Board, Conference 374 1 Interstate, Southern Regional Education Board, Legislative Work 374 2 Interstate, Southern Regional Education Board, Minutes, 1956-1957 374 3 Interstate, Southern Regional Education Board, Nuclear Energy Work 374 4 Interstate, Southern Regional Education Board, Reprints, Pamphlets 374 5 Investigation of Unemployment Check Irregularities, Attorney General Report 374 6 Investigation of Unemployment Check Irregularities, Volume II 374 7 Investigation of Unemployment Check Irregularities, Volume III 374 8 Jobs After 40, Fraternal Order of Eagles 374 9 Job Appointment Requests, 1955 374 10 Job Appointment Requests, 1956 375 1 Kentucky Employees Retirement System 375 2 Kentucky Municipal League 375 3 Kentucky Planning Committee 375 4 Kentucky School For The Deaf 375 5 Kentucky Tuberculosis Hospital Commission 375 6 Krushchev 375 7 Law, Attorney General Office, Correspondence 375 8 Law, Attorney General Office, Miscellaneous 375 9 Law, Attorney General Office, Opinions 375 10 Law, Attorney General Office, Reports 376 1 Law, Judicial Council 376 2 Law, Kentucky Bar Association 376 3 Legislature, 1958, Bills Introduced 376 4 Legislature, 1958, Bills Signed and Vetoed, No Date - February 376 5 Legislature, 1958, Bills Signed and Vetoed, March - April 376 6 Legislature, 1958, Candidates for General Assembly 376 7 Legislature, 1958, Constitution Review Commission 376 8 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 10 376 9 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bills 11 and 291 376 10 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bills 16 and 17 376 11 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 19 376 12 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 22 376 13 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 32 376 14 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 35, Against 376 15 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 35, A - F, Favorable 376 16 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 35, M - R, Favorable 377 1 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 35, S - Z, Favorable 377 2 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 77 377 3 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 90 377 4 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bills 95-97 377 5 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 119 377 6 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 126 377 7 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bills 107 and 108, A - L 377 8 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bills 107 and 108, M - Z 377 9 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 157 377 10 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 174 377 11 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 204 377 12 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 207 377 13 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 241 377 14 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 250 377 15 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 307 377 16 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 326 377 17 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 343 and Senate Bill 208, A - L 377 18 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 343 and Senate Bill 208, M - Z 377 19 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 343 and Senate Bill 208, Petitions 378 1 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 343 and Senate Bill 208, Petitions 378 2 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 343 and Senate Bill 208, Postcards 378 3 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 343 and Senate Bill 208, Telegrams 379 1 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 343 and Senate Bill 208, Telegrams 380 1 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bills 354 and & 390 and Senate Bill 322 381 1 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 344 and Senate Bill 633 381 2 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 377 and Senate Bill 258 381 3 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 402 381 4 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 419 and Senate Bill 151, Against 381 5 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 419 and Senate Bill 151, Favorable 381 6 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bills 420, 421, and 422 381 7 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 443 381 8 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 512 381 9 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 520 381 10 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 526 381 11 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 532 381 12 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 536 381 13 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 556 381 14 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 560 381 15 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, House Bill 562 381 16 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 8 381 17 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 9, A - F 381 18 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 9, G - L 381 19 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 9, M - R 381 20 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 9, S - Z 381 21 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 86 381 22 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 103 381 23 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bills 129 and 155 381 24 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 146 381 25 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 217 381 26 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 229 381 27 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 242 381 28 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 273 381 29 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 273 381 30 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 304 381 31 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Senate Bill 312 381 32 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Education Bill 381 33 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Small Loan Bill 382 1 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Trading Stamp Bill 382 2 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Veterans Bonus Bill 382 3 Legislature, 1958, Correspondence on Bills, Veterans Bonus Bill, Postcards 382 4 Legislature, 1958, General Assembly List 382 5 Legislature, 1958, House Bills 1-50 382 6 Legislature, 1958, House Bills 51-89 382 7 Legislature, 1958, House Bills 139-198 382 8 Legislature, 1958, House Bills, 252-286 382 9 Legislature, 1958, House Resolutions 382 10 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, February 11-20 383 1 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, February 21-26 383 2 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, February 27 - March 4 383 3 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, March 5-10 383 4 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, March 11-17 383 5 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, March 18-20 383 6 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, March 21 384 1 Legislature, 1958, Legislative Record, Final Executive Action 384 2 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, 1956-1957 384 3 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, 1958 384 4 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, 1959 384 5 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, Criminal Procedure 384 6 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, Kentucky Constitution 384 7 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, Metropolitan Government 384 8 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, Rehabilitation of Handicapped 384 9 Legislature, Legislative Research Commission, Revised Statutes 385 1 Legislature, Members and Candidates of Senate, 1958 385 2 Legislature, Model Legal Publication Law 385 3 Legislature, Memoranda on 1958 Senate Bills 385 4 Legislature, Memoranda on 1958 Senate Bills 386 1 Legislature, Memorandum to General Assembly 386 2 Legislature, Miscellaneous 386 3 Legislature, Revenue Needs 386 4 Legislature, Roll Calls 386 5 Legislature, Rules of General Assembly 386 6 Legislature, Senate Bills 33-110 386 7 Legislature, Senate Bills 111-164 386 8 Legislature, Senate Bills 169-322 386 9 Legislature, Senate Resolutions 386 10 Legislature, Special Session Correspondence, 1956 387 1 Legislature, Special Session Correspondence, 1958 387 2 Legislature, Special Session Correspondence, 1959 387 3 Legislature, State Departments' Recommendations 387 4 Lieutenant Governor Waterfield, Memoranda 387 5 Lieutenant Governor Waterfield, Personal Correspondence 387 6 Library Extension Division, 1955-1957 387 7 Library Extension Division, 1958-1959 387 8 Luce, Clare Booth 387 9 Mailing List of State Officials 387 10 Mason and Hanger, Engineers - Contractors 387 11 Mayors of Kentucky Cities 387 12 Matters Needing Attention 387 13 Meet the Press Transcript 387 14 Memoranda, 1956 387 15 Memoranda, 1957-1959 387 16 Mental Health, Department Of, Advisory Council 388 1 Mental Health, Department Of, Annual Report 388 2 Mental Health, Department Of, Citizens Commission 388 3 Mental Health, Department Of, General Correspondence, 1955-1956 388 4 Mental Health, Department Of, General Correspondence, 1957 388 5 Mental Health, Department Of, General Correspondence, 1958 388 6 Mental Health, Department Of, General Correspondence, 1959 388 7 Mental Health, Department Of, Hospital, Central State 388 8 Mental Health, Department Of, Hospital, Eastern State 388 9 Mental Health, Department Of, Hospital, Kentucky State 388 10 Mental Health, Department Of, Hospital, Kentucky State, Dr. Knowles 388 11 Mental Health, Department Of, Hospital, Western State 388 12 Mental Health, Department Of, Interstate Compact 388 13 Mental Health, Department Of, Newsletters 388 14 Mental Health, Department Of, Publications 388 15 Mental Health, Department Of, Report on Mental Health Needs and Resources 389 1 Mental Health, Department Of, Report on Mental Health Needs and Resources, Copy 2 389 2 Merit System Examinations 389 3 Military, Department of, Advisory Council on Civil Defense 389 4 Military, Department of, Adjutant General, 1955-1957 389 5 Military, Department of, Adjutant General, 1958-1959 389 6 Military, Department of, Defense Publications 389 7 Military, Department of, Fallout Shelter for Governor's Mansion 389 8 Military, Department of, Federal Civil Defense, 1956-1957 389 9 Military, Department of, Federal Civil Defense, January - April, 1958 390 1 Military, Department of, Federal Civil Defense, May - December, 1958 390 2 Military, Department of, Federal Civil Defense, 1959 390 3 Military, Department of, Preliminary Operational Survival Plan for Louisville 390 4 Military, Department of, Preliminary Operational Survival Plan for Northern Kentucky 390 5 Military, Department of, Preliminary Reception County Plan 390 6 Military, Department of, State Civil Defense, 1956 391 1 Military, Department of, State Civil Defense, 1957 391 2 Military, Department of, State Civil Defense, 1958 391 3 Military, Department of, State Civil Defense, 1959 391 4 Mines and Minerals, Department of, Annual Reports 391 5 Mines and Minerals, Department of, Bulletins 391 6 Mines and Minerals, Department of, Correspondence, 1955-1957 391 7 Mines and Minerals, Department of, Correspondence, 1958-1959 392 1 Miscellaneous Material 392 2 Motor Transportation, Department of, Annual Reports 392 3 Motor Transportation, Department of, Correspondence, 1955-1957 392 4 Motor Transportation, Department of, Correspondence, 1958-1959 392 5 Mountain Club 392 6 Mountain Laurel Festival 392 7 National Tax Association, Conference 392 8 National Tax Association, Correspondence 392 9 Newspapers in Kentucky 392 10 Nixon, Richard M. 392 11 "Nut Letters" 392 12 Organizational Chart of State Government 392 13 Pennsylvania Trip 392 14 Personnel, Department of, Division of Classification 392 15 Personnel, Department of, General Correspondence, 1955-1957 392 16 Personnel, Department of, General Correspondence, 1958-1959 393 1 Politics, 1955 General Election Returns 393 2 Politics, 1956 Presidential Bid 393 3 Politics, 1956 Primary Election Returns 393 4 Politics, 1959 Democratic National Victory Dinner 393 5 Politics, 1959 Photocopies of Newspaper Clippings and Letters 393 6 Politics, 1959 Primary, Campaign Cards 393 7 Politics, 1959 Primary Campaign Material 393 8 Politics, 1959 Primary, Clements and Wetherby Absences from State 393 9 Politics, 1959 Primary, Correspondence in Reply to May 14 Letter 393 10 Politics, 1959 Primary, General Correspondence 393 11 Politics, 1959 Primary, Lexington - Fayette County 393 12 Politics, 1959 Primary, Miscellaneous 393 13 Politics, 1959 Primary, Newsletters 393 14 Politics, 1959 Primary, Press Releases 394 1 Politics, 1959 Primary, Speaking Schedule 394 2 Politics, 1959 Primary, Speeches 394 3 Politics, 1959 Primary, Temperance League of Kentucky 394 4 Politics, 1959 Primary, Union Material 394 5 Politics, 1959 Primary, Wyatt Speech Given in 1942 394 6 Politics, 1959, Speakers Kit, Philadelphia Municipal Election 394 7 Portland Cement Association, Publication on Chandler 394 8 President's Committee for Traffic Safety 394 9 President's Committee on Education Beyond High School Level 394 10 President's Committee on Employment of Physically Handicapped 394 11 Proclamations, 1957 394 12 Publications by State Government, Magazines 394 13 Publications by State Government, Pamphlets on Vacationing 394 14 Public Relations, Department of, Correspondence, 1955-1957 394 15 Public Relations, Department of, Correspondence, 1958-1959 394 16 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1956, May - August 395 1 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1956, September - December 395 2 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1957, January - March 395 3 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1957, April - June 395 4 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1957, July - September 395 5 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1957, October - December 395 6 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1958, January - February 396 1 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1958, March 396 2 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1958, April - May 396 3 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1958, June - July 396 4 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1958, August 396 5 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1958, September - October 396 6 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1958, November - December 397 1 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1959, January - February 397 2 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1959, March - April 397 3 Public Relations, Department of, Press Releases, 1959, May - June 397 4 Railroad Commission 397 5 Revenue, Department of, Annual Reports, 1957-1958 398 1 Revenue, Department of, General, 1955-1956 398 2 Revenue, Department of, General, 1957 398 3 Revenue, Department of, General, 1958 398 4 Revenue, Department of, General, 1959 398 5 Revenue, Department of, Income Tax Facts and Figures 398 6 Revenue, Department of, "Kentucky Revenue" 398 7 Revenue, Department of, Preliminary Draft, New Revenue Sources 398 8 Revenue, Department of, Report on Taxation of Distillery Industry 398 9 Revenue, Department of, Tax Collection Reports, 1955-1956 398 10 Revenue, Department of, Tax Collection Reports, 1957 398 11 Revenue, Department of, Tax Collection Reports, 1959 398 12 Revenue, Department of, Third Structure Taxes 399 1 Secretary of State 399 2 Southern Governors' Conference, 1956, Correspondence 399 3 Southern Governors' Conference, 1956, Publications, Miscellaneous 399 4 Southern Governors' Conference, 1956, Publications, State Organization 399 5 Southern Governors' Conference, 1957 400 1 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Addresses 400 2 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Financial Statements 400 3 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Highways Report 400 4 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Mimeo Material 400 5 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Miscellaneous 400 6 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Narcotics Advisory Committee 400 7 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Nuclear Energy 400 8 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Pre - Conference Correspondence 400 9 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Public Assistance 400 10 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Publicity 400 11 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Resolutions and Acknowledgments 401 1 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Southern Association of Science and Industry 401 2 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Southern Natural Resources 401 3 Southern Governors' Conference, 1958, Southern Regional Education Board 401 4 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Addresses and Pamphlets 401 5 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Commission on Roads and Highway Safety 401 6 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Industrial Development 401 7 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Pre - Conference Correspondence, January - July 401 8 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Pre - Conference Correspondence, August - October 8 401 9 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Publications 402 1 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Report on Public Assistance 402 2 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Resolutions 402 3 Southern Governors' Conference, 1959, Southern Regional Education Board 402 4 Southern Methodist University, "Christianity and Race" 402 5 State Highway 54, Owensboro - Whitesville 402 6 Study of Recreation in Kentucky 402 7 Teacher Retirement System 402 8 Traffic Safety Program, Outdoor Advertising 402 9 Treasury, Department of, 1955-1959 402 10 Treasury, Department of, Payroll Savings Plan 402 11 United States Congressional Material 402 12 United States Department of Labor 402 13 United States Senate Appointment 403 1 United States Senate, Committee on Government Operations 403 2 United States Treasury Department 403 3 University of Louisville, President's Report 403 4 Virginia, Addresses to the General Assembly 403 5 Welfare, Department of, Bureau of Corrections 403 6 Welfare, Department of, Chaplains of State Institutions 403 7 Welfare, Department of, Child Welfare Advisory Committee 403 8 Welfare, Department of, General Correspondence 403 9 Welfare, Department of, Institutional Farms 403 10 Welfare, Department of, Institution Population Movement 403 11 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky Children's Home, Advisory Committee 403 12 403 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky Children's Home, Correspondence, 1955-1956 403 13 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky Children's Home, Correspondence, 1957-1958 403 14 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky State Penitentiary, Parole Board Meeting, 1957 403 15 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky State Penitentiary, Parole Board Meetings, 1958 403 16 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky State Penitentiary, Parole Board Meetings, 1959 403 17 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky State Reformatory, Correspondence 403 18 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky State Reformatory, Parole Board Meetings, 1957 403 19 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky State Reformatory, Parole Board Meetings, 1958 404 1 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky State Reformatory, Parole Board Meetings, 1959 404 2 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky Training Home 404 3 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky Village Advisory Committee 404 4 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky Village Correspondence, 1956-1957 404 5 Welfare, Department of, Kentucky Village Correspondence, 1958-1959 404 6 Welfare, Department of, Parole Board, Annual Report, 1956-1957 404 7 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Legislation 404 8 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Abner - Applegate 404 9 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Armani - Bailey, B. 404 10 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Bailey, D. - Barber 404 11 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Bargo - Barton 404 12 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Bascom - Bennett 405 1 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Benson - Bishop, L. 405 2 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Bishop, T. - Bowlin 405 3 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Bowling - Braden 405 4 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Bradley - Brumback 405 5 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Bruner - Burt 405 6 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Burton - Cantrell 405 7 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Carden - Charles 405 8 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Chick - Clymore 405 9 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Cochran - Collins, J. 405 10 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Collins, Logan 405 11 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Collins, Marion 406 1 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Colwell, Curt 406 2 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Combs 406 3 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Conky - Cook 406 4 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Coomer - Couch, H. 406 5 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Couch, V. - Cummins 406 6 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Dadisman - Daugherty 406 7 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Davidson - DeBerry 406 8 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, DeMarsh - Dixon 406 9 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Doddy - Dyer 406 10 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Early - Edison 406 11 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Estep - Farley 406 12 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Fasolo - Flynn, H. 407 1 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Flynn, L. 407 2 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Ford - Fugett 407 3 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Gabbard - Gibbs 407 4 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Gibson - Goodman 407 5 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Goodpastor - Greenwell 407 6 Welfare, Department of, Probation and Parole, Greer - Guthrie 407 7 Welfare, Department of, Progress Reports 407 8 Welfare, Department of, Public Assistance Report 407 9 Welfare, Department of, Southern State Prison Association 407 10 Welfare, Department of, Welfare and Pension Plans Investigation 407 11 What's Your Question, Correspondence, August 24 - September 3, 1959 407 12 What's You Question, Correspondence, September 4-22, 1959 407 13 What's Your Question, Notes for Television Program 407 14 White House Conference on Aging 408 1 White House Conference on Education 408 2 White House Correspondence, 1957-1958 408 3 White House Correspondence, 1959 408 4 Youth Wants to Know, Television Transcript 408 5 Governor's Personal File v Confidential Material 408 6 Democratic National Convention, 1956 408 7 First National Bank and Trust Company, Stockholders List 408 8 General Correspondence, No Date - 1956 408 9 General Correspondence, 1957 408 10 General Correspondence, 1958 409 1 General Correspondence, 1959 409 2 Governor Chandler Day in Ashland, Kentucky 409 3 Political Material 409 4 Shriner Songs 409 5 Highways, Department of vi Accounts and Administrative Services 409 6 Annual Report 409 7 Balance Sheets, Project Number 1 409 8 Balance Sheets, Project Number 18, Bridge Bonds 409 9 Balance Sheets, Project Number 19 410 1 Bridges 410 2 Bridges, Report on State Maintained 410 3 Businessman's Guide to the Road Program 410 4 Cairo - Nashville Interstate Service 410 5 Commissioner and Engineer District Maps 410 6 Construction and Maintenance, Calcium Chloride Road 410 7 Construction and Maintenance, Engineering Contracts 410 8 Construction and Maintenance, General 410 9 Construction and Maintenance, Pavement Markings 410 10 Consulting Engineers 410 11 Contractors, Kentucky Association 410 11 Contractors, Notice to, 1956 410 12 Contractors, Notice to, 1957 410 13 Contractors, Notice to, 1958, January - July 410 14 Contractors, Notice to, 1958, August - December 411 1 Contractors, Notice to, 1959, January - May 411 2 Contractors, Notice to, 1959, June - November 411 3 Counties, Adair 411 4 Counties, Allen 411 5 Counties, Anderson 411 6 Counties, Ballard 411 7 Counties, Barren 411 8 Counties, Bath 411 9 Counties, Bell 411 10 Counties, Boone 411 11 Counties, Bourbon 411 12 Counties, Boyd 411 13 Counties, Boyle 411 14 Counties, Bracken 411 15 Counties, Breathitt 411 16 Counties, Breckenridge 411 17 Counties, Bullitt 411 18 Counties, Butler 411 19 Counties, Calloway 411 20 Counties, Campbell 411 21 Counties, Carlisle 411 22 Counties, Carroll 411 23 Counties, Carter 411 24 Counties, Carter, Olive Hill Road 411 25 Counties, Casey 411 26 Counties, Christian 411 27 Counties, Clark 411 28 Counties, Clay 411 29 Counties, Clinton 411 30 Counties, Crittenden 411 31 Counties, Cumberland 411 32 Counties, Daviess 411 33 Counties, Edmonson 411 34 Counties, Elliott 411 35 Counties, Estill 411 36 Counties, Fayette 411 37 Counties, Fleming 411 38 Counties, Floyd 411 39 Counties, Franklin 411 40 Counties, Gallatin 411 41 Counties, Garrard 411 42 Counties, Grant 411 43 Counties, Graves 411 44 Counties, Grayson 412 1 Counties, Green 412 2 Counties, Greenup 412 3 Counties, Hancock 412 4 Counties, Hardin 412 5 Counties, Harlan 412 6 Counties, Hart 412 7 Counties, Henderson 412 8 Counties, Henry 412 9 Counties, Hopkins 412 10 Counties, Jackson 412 11 Counties, Jefferson 412 12 Counties, Jessamine 412 13 Counties, Johnson 412 14 Counties, Kenton 412 15 Counties, Knox 412 16 Counties, Larue 412 17 Counties, Laurel 412 18 Counties, Lawrence 412 19 Counties, Lee 412 20 Counties, Leslie 412 21 Counties, Letcher 412 22 Counties, Lewis 412 23 Counties, Lincoln 412 24 Counties, Livingston 412 25 Counties, Logan 412 26 Counties, Lyon 412 27 Counties, Madison 412 28 Counties, Magoffin 412 29 Counties, Marion 412 30 Counties, Marshall 412 31 Counties, Martin 412 32 Counties, Martin 412 33 Counties, Mason 412 34 Counties, McCracken 412 35 Counties, McLean 412 36 Counties, Meade 412 37 Counties, Menifee 412 38 Counties, Metcalfe 413 1 Counties, Monroe 413 2 Counties, Montgomery 413 3 Counties, Morgan 413 4 Counties, Muhlenburg 413 5 Counties, Nelson 413 6 Counties, Ohio 413 7 Counties, Oldham 413 8 Counties, Owen 413 9 Counties, Owsley 413 10 Counties, Pendleton 413 11 Counties, Perry 413 12 Counties, Pilce 413 13 Counties, Powell 413 14 Counties, Pulaski 413 15 Counties, Robertson 413 16 Counties, Rockcastle 413 17 Counties, Rowan 413 18 Counties, Russell 413 19 Counties, Scott 413 20 Counties, Shelby 413 21 Counties, Simpson 413 22 Counties, Spencer 413 23 Counties, Taylor 413 24 Counties, Todd 413 25 Counties, Trigg 413 26 Counties, Union 413 27 Counties, Warren 413 28 Counties, Washington 413 29 Counties, Wayne 413 30 Counties, Webster 413 31 Counties, Whitley 413 32 Counties, Woodford 413 33 Financial Statements, 1956 413 34 Federal Aid for Highways Act 413 35 Federal - State Highways Program 413 36 General Correspondence, 1954-1957 413 37 General Correspondence, 1958, January - April 414 1 General Correspondence, 1958, May 414 2 General Correspondence, 1958, June - July 414 3 General Correspondence, 1958, August 414 4 General Correspondence, 1958, September - December 414 5 General Correspondence, 1959, January - February 414 6 General Correspondence, March - June 414 7 General Correspondence, July - November 414 8 Highway Program for Kentucky, Summary Report 414 9 Highway Plans, 1956 414 10 Investment of Road and General Funds 415 1 Kentucky Highway 55 Associates 415 2 Maps and Plans 415 3 Operating Statement, 1957, January 415 4 Operating Statement, 1957, February 415 5 Operating Statement, 1957, March 415 6 Operating Statement, 1957, April 415 7 Operating Statement, 1957, May 415 8 Operating Statement, 1957, June 415 9 Operating Statement, 1957, July 415 10 Operating Statement, 1957, August 415 11 Operating Statement, 1957, September 415 12 Operating Statement, 1957, October 415 13 Operating Statement, 1957, November 415 14 Operating Statement, 1957, December 3 415 15 Operating Statement, 1957, December 31 415 16 Operating Statement, 1958, January 415 17 Operating Statement, 1958, April 415 18 Operating Statement, 1958, May - June 415 19 Operating Statement, 1958, October 415 20 Operating Statement, 1958, November - December 415 21 Operating Statement, 1959 415 22 Organization & Reorganization 415 23 Organization, Griffenhagen and Associates Report 415 24 Personnel 415 25 Personnel, 1956 416 1 Personnel, 1957 416 2 Personnel, 1958 416 3 Personnel, Davis, George 416 4 Personnel, Engineers and Aids 416 5 Related Agencies, Advisory Committee 416 6 Related Agencies, Better Roads Council 416 7 Related Agencies, Governor's Highway Safety Committee 416 8 Related Agencies, Kentucky Historic Markers Committee 416 9 Retirement Program 416 10 Rights of Way 416 11 Road Bond Issue 416 12 Road Bond Issue, First Birthday 416 13 Road Improvements 416 14 Road Lettings, 1956 416 15 Road Lettings, 1957-1958 417 1 Road Lettings, 1959 417 2 Road Lettings, Schedule Summary, 1957 417 3 Road Lettings, Schedule Summary, 1958 417 4 Road Taxes, No Date 417 5 Straight Line Route, Interstate Defense Highway 417 6 Traffic, 1956-1957 417 7 Traffic, President's Committee for Traffic Safety 417 8 Turnpike, Blythe and Company 418 1 Turnpike, General 418 2 Turnpike, Reports, 1955-1956 418 3 Turnpike, Reports, 1957 418 4 Turnpike, Tecon Engineering Report 418 5 United States Highway 23 Association 418 6 United States Highway 25 Association 418 7 United States Highway 27 Association 418 8 United States, House Hearing, Ways and Means Committee 418 9 United States, Senate Hearing, Subcommittee on Public Roads 418 10 Prisoner Correspondence vii Ha - Haz 419 1 Hall, Grove 419 2 Hall, Harlan 419 3 Harris, James 419 4 He 419 5 Ho 419 6 Hollan, Walter 419 7 I 419 8 J 419 9 Jackson, Oscar 419 10 Jackson, Hubert 419 11 Johnson, King 420 1 Johnson, William D. 420 2 Jones, John Paul 420 3 K 420 4 Keene, Charles 420 5 Kinder, George 420 6 Kuhn, E. Arden 420 7 L 420 8 Marsilett, Ezra 420 9 Mauk, Virgil 420 10 Ma 420 11 Mc 420 12 Miller, Cecil 420 13 Mitchell, Kenneth R. 420 14 Me - Mi 421 1 Moore, Bobby Joe 421 2 Morgan, Demas 421 3 Moss, Kelly 421 4 Mo - Mu 421 5 Mullins, Samboand Willie 421 6 Mullins, Seldon 421 7 Murphy, James L. 421 8 Newsom, Caleb 421 9 N 421 10 O 421 11 Patrick, Harrison 421 12 Pa 421 13 Persley, Elijah 421 14 Pe 421 15 Ph - Pz 421 16 Raintree, Leon; Shirley, Charles and Woods, Norman 421 17 R - Re 422 1 Ri 422 2 Rayborn, Benjamin 422 3 Risner, Randolph 422 4 Ro 422 5 Robinson, Marcus 422 6 Sa 422 7 Sanders, Brice 422 8 She - Shi 422 9 Shaw, William A. 422 10 Sherrill, Alfred M. 422 11 Si 422 12 Sizemore, Taylor 423 1 Smith, Lee 423 2 Sprinkles, Willard 423 3 St 423 4 Standifer, Mose 423 5 Stumbo, Isaac 423 6 Swaggert, Daniel L. 423 7 T 423 8 Tinnell, Harold Ray 423 9 Turpin, Charles 423 10 U 423 11 V 423 12 Vanover, Tommy and Hubert 423 13 W 423 14 Wells, Lillie 423 15 White, Frank Len 423 16 White, Kenneth D. 423 17 Wi 423 18 Woodall, Roscoe 423 19 X - Z 423 20 Public Safety, Department of viii Correspondence, 1956-1958 424 1 Correspondence, 1959 424 2 Citizens Committee For Traffic Safety 424 3 Fire Marshall 424 4 Report on State Police, Traffic Institute 424 5 State Police, 1956, January - March 424 6 State Police, 1956, April - December 424 7 State Police, 1957 424 8 State Police, 1958-1959 425 1 State Police 425 2 Dailey and Accumulative Traffic Fatality, 1956 425 3 Dailey and Accumulative Traffic Fatality, 1957 425 4 State Police, Senate Bill 163 425 5 Verification, Inspection and Approval Bill 425 6 Aeronautics, Annual Reports 425 7 Aeronautics, Airport Development 425 8 Aeronautics, Correspondence 425 9 Aeronautics, Department - Owned Aircraft 425 10 Aeronautics, Eastern Airlines Route Consolidation 425 11 Agriculture 425 12 State Departments File ix Alcoholic Beverage Control 426 1 Athletic Board of Control 426 2 Auditor for Public Accounts 426 3 Cabinet Meetings 426 4 Cabinet Members 426 5 Conservation, Correspondence, No Date - 1957 426 6 Conservation, Correspondence, 1958-1959 426 7 Conservation, State Parks, Burnside, Kentucky Proposal 426 8 Conservation, State Parks, McCreary Monument 426 9 Court of Appeals of Kentucky, Cases 426 10 Court of Appeals of Kentucky, Correspondence and Statements 426 11 Aeronautics, Department Heads, Mailing List 426 12 Education, Board of Education Versus DeWeese 426 13 Education, Correspondence, 1955-1957 426 14 Education, Correspondence, 1958-1959 426 15 Education, Higher Education 427 1 Institutions, Correspondence with Kentucky Colleges 427 2 Education, Institutions, Eastern State Teachers College 427 3 Education, Institutions, Kentucky School for the Blind 427 4 Institutions, Kentucky School for the Deaf 427 5 Education, Institutions, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Publications 427 6 Education, Institutions, Kentucky State College 427 7 Education, Institutions, Morehead State College 427 8 Education, Institutions, Morehead State College, Board of Regents 427 9 Education, Institutions, Murray State College 427 10 Education, Institutions, Western Kentucky State College 427 11 Education, Rehabilitation, Administrative Survey 428 1 Education, Rehabilitation, Advisory Committee 428 2 Education, Rehabilitation, Bureau Employees 428 3 Education, Rehabilitation, Employment of Physically Handicapped 428 4 Education, Rehabilitation, General Material 428 5 Education, Rehabilitation, Vocational Rehabilitation Service Survey 428 6 Education, Louisville and Jefferson County Public Schools 428 7 Education, Miscellaneous 428 8 Education, Publications 428 9 Education, Related Agencies, Advisory Committee on Trade & Industrial Education 428 10 Education, Related Agencies, Kentucky Council on Higher Education 429 1 Education, Related Agencies, State Employee Training 429 2 Education, Related Agencies, State Textbook Commission 429 3 Education, Related Agencies, Teacher Retirement System, Correspondence 429 4 Education, Related Agencies, Teacher Retirement System, Publications 429 5 Education, State Board Appointees 429 6 Emergency Fund 429 7 Finance, Banking 429 8 Governor's Tourist Promotion Committee 429 9 Heads of Departments 429 10 Governor's Salary Commission 429 11 Inaugural Invitations 429 12 Kentucky Government Organization Chart 429 13 Kentucky Government Progress Report 429 14 Kentucky Government Re - Organization Plans 429 15 Library Extension Service, Bookmobile, Correspondence 429 16 Library Extension Service, Bookmobile Reports 430 1 News Releases 430 2 Office Equipment and Supplies 430 3 Use of State Owned Property, 1955 430 4 Use of State Owned Property, 1956-1957 430 5 Welfare, Investigation, Affidavit 430 6 Welfare, Investigation, Joint Committee Report 430 7 Welfare, Investigation, Testimony 430 8 Welfare, Miscellaneous 430 9 State Financial Papers x Account Number 100, Personal Service 431 1 Account Number 104 431 2 Account Number 301, Postage, Freight and Express, 1956-1957 431 3 Account Number 301, Postage, Freight and Express, 1958 431 4 Account Number 301, Postage, Freight and Express, 1959 431 5 Account Number 301, Postage, Freight and Express, No Date 431 6 Allotments, Advice on 431 7 Allotments, Requests for 431 8 Bond 431 9 Budget Estimates for 1958-1960 431 10 Capitol Outlay 431 11 Dues to Governor's Conference 431 12 Employee Withholding Taxes 431 13 Equipment Maintenance, 1957-1959 431 14 Expenditure Reports to Departments, 1955-1956 432 1 Expenditure Reports to Departments, 1957 432 2 Expenditure Reports to Departments, 1958 432 3 Expenditure Reports to Departments, 1959 & No Date 432 4 Insurance, Blue Cross 432 5 Insurance, State Policies 432 6 Inventory Report 432 7 Journal Vouchers 432 8 Mansion Expenses, 1955-1957 432 9 Mansion Expenses, 1958-1959 432 10 Memos 432 11 432 Miscellaneous, 1955-1958 432 12 Miscellaneous, 1959, February - September 432 13 Miscellaneous, 1959, October - November 433 1 Office Supplies, 1955-1956 433 2 Office Supplies, 1957-1959 433 3 Payroll Vouchers, 1955-1956 433 4 Payroll Vouchers, 1957 433 5 Payroll Vouchers, 1958-1959 433 6 Printing & Advertising, 1955-1959 433 7 Report to Governor, Aeronautics 433 8 Report to Governor, Agriculture 433 9 Report to Governor, Alcoholic Beverage Control 433 10 Attorney General 433 11 Auditor of Public Accounts 433 12 Report to Governor, Conservation 433 13 Report to Governor, Economic Development 434 1 Report to Governor, Education 434 2 Report to Governor, Fish & Wildlife Resources 434 3 Report to Governor, Health 434 4 Report to Governor, Highways 434 5 Report to Governor, Industrial Relations 434 6 Report to Governor, Kentucky Board of Nursing 434 7 Report to Governor, Insurance 434 8 Report to Governor, Kentucky Crippled Children Commission 434 9 Report to Governor, Legislative Research Commission 434 10 Report to Governor, Mental Health 434 11 Report to Governor, Mines & Minerals 434 12 Report to Governor, Motor Transportation 434 13 Report to Governor, Personnel 434 14 Report to Governor, Public Relations 434 15 Report to Governor, Public Safety 434 16 Report to Governor, Public Service Commission 434 17 Report to Governor, Railroad Commission 434 18 Report to Governor, State Board of Examiners of Architects 434 19 Report to Governor, State Board of Registration 434 20 Report to Governor, Tuberculosis Hospital Commission 434 21 Report to Governor, Veterinary Examiners 434 22 Report to Governor, Welfare 434 23 Telephone Bills, 1955 - June, 1957 434 24 Telephone Bills, August - December, 1956 434 25 Telephone Bills, January - June, 1957 435 1 Telephone Bills, July, 1957 - June, 1958 435 2 Telephone Bills, July, 1958 - June, 1959 435 3 Travel Expenses 435 4 Travel Expenses, Out of State 435 5 State Governors File xi Alabama, John Patterson 435 6 Alaska, William D. Egan 435 7 Arizona, Paul Fannin 435 8 Arkansas, Orval E. Faubus 435 9 California, Edmund Brown 435 10 Colorado, Steve McNichols 435 11 Connecticut, Abraham Ribicoff 435 12 Delaware, J. Caleb Boggs 435 13 Florida, LeRoy Collins 436 1 Georgia, S. Ernest Vandiver 436 2 Idaho, Robert E. Smylie 436 3 Hawaii, William F. Quinn 436 4 Illinois, William G. Stratton 436 5 Indiana, Harold W. Handley 436 6 Iowa, Hershel C. Loveless 437 1 Kansas, George Docking 437 2 Louisiana, Earl K. Long 437 3 Maine, Clinton A. Clauson 437 4 Maryland, J. Millard Tawes 437 5 Massachusetts, Foster Furcolo 437 6 Michigan, G. Mennen Williams 437 7 Minnesota, Orville L. Freeman 437 8 Mississippi, James P. Coleman 437 9 Missouri, James T. Blair 438 1 Montana, J. Hugo Aronson 438 2 Nebraska, Ralph Brooks 438 3 Nevada, Grant Sawyer 438 4 New Hampshire, Wesley, Lowell 438 5 New Jersey, Robert B. Mayner 438 6 New Jersey, John, Burroughe 438 7 New York, Nelson Rockefeller 438 8 North Carolina, Luther H. Hodges 438 9 North Dakota, John E. Davis 438 10 Ohio, Mike DiSalle 438 11 Oklahoma, J. Howard Edmonson 438 12 Oregon, Mark O. Hatfield 438 13 Pennsylvania, David E. Lawrence 438 14 Rhode Island, Christopher, Del Sesto 439 1 South Carolina, Ernest F. Hollings 439 2 South Dakota, Ralph Herseth 439 3 Tennessee, Buford Ellington 439 4 Texas, Price Daniel 439 5 Utah, George D. Clyde 439 6 Virginia, J. Lindsey Almond, Jr. 439 7 Washington, Albert D. Rosellini 439 8 West Virginia, Cecil H. Underwood 439 9 Wisconsin, Gaylord A. Nelson 439 10 Wyoming, J. J. Hickey 439 11 State Organizations File xii Accountancy, Board of 440 1 Alcoholism, Commission for Study & Treatment 440 2 Barbers & Beauticians Examiners 440 3 Capitol Planning & Zoning Commission 440 4 Chiropractic Examiners 440 5 Crippled Children Commission 440 6 Dental Examiners, Board of 440 7 Disabled Ex - Serviceman 440 8 Embalmer & Funeral Directors, Board of 440 9 Employee Retirement System 440 10 Historical Society, Correspondence 440 11 Historical Society for Juniors 441 1 Historical Society Register, 1955-1956 441 2 Historical Society Register, 1957 441 3 Nursing Education & Registration, Board Of 441 4 Ophthalmic Dispensers, Board of 441 5 Optometric Examiners, Board of 441 6 Pharmacy, Board of 441 7 Professional Engineers, Board of Registration for 441 8 Psychology, Board of 441 9 Public Service Commission 441 10 Real Estate Commission 441 11 Registration and Purgation, Board of 441 12 Southern Re