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clementsGuide to the Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970sMachine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig Special CollectionsUniversity of Kentucky Public Policy ArchivesUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039 USAPhone: (859) 257-8611Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13 Copyright 1998University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved.Machine-readable finding aid derived from typescript by rekeying. Date of source: Processed by: Division of Special Collections02/20/98; Finding aid encoded by Eric Weig 07/21/98Description is inEnglish.Guide to the Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970s Contact InformationSpecial CollectionsUniversity of Kentucky Public Policy ArchivesUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039Phone: (859) 257-8634Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13Processed by StaffDate Completed 1998Encoded by Eric Weig Copyright 1999 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved. Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970s76M2, 82M6, 84M2Clements, Earle C., 1896-1985 134.4 cubic ft.The materials are in English.University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections, Lexington, KY 40506-0039 Collection is open for research.Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.[Identification of Item], The Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970s, 76M2, 82M6, 84M2, Special Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington.Earle Chester Clements was born October 22, 1896, in Morganfield, Kentucky, to Aaron W. and Sallie Anna (Tuley) Clements. Educated in the public schools of Morganfield, Clements enrolled in the University of Kentucky in 1915 where he studied agriculture and won recognition as an All-Kentucky football player in 1916. In 1917 he enlisted as a private in the United States Infantry and served in World War One. Promoted to captain, he was assigned to teach military science. Following the war, Clements worked in the Texas oil fields, then returned to Kentucky to farm and coach football at Morganfield High School. In 1922 he succeeded his father as Union County Sheriff. After serving two terms in that post, he was elected County Clerk in 1926 and remained in that position until 1934, when he became County Judge. As County Judge, Clements demonstrated sound fiscal and administrative abilities by instituting a comprehensive rural road building program, constructing a modern courthouse, and reducing by half a heavily bonded county debt. Clements was elected to the Kentucky State Senate in 1942 and became leader of the Democratic majority of the Senate in 1944. In November, 1944, Clements was elected United States Representative from the Second Congressional District of Kentucky. He was re-elected in 1946. During his Congressional career he served on the Agriculture, Post Office, and Civil Service Committees. Generally following the Democratic party position on issues, Clements favored passage of the Bretton Woods Agreements, extension of the Price Control and Economic Stabilization Acts of 1942, additional federal funds for housing units for servicemen and their families, and increased funds for Rural Electrification Administration development. Attentive to state agricultural interests, he introduced and helped secure passage of a 1945 law to stabilize the price of fire-cured and dark air-cured tobacco. Following his election as Governor of Kentucky by a large margin over Republican Eldon S. Dummit, 387,795 to 287,756, Clements resigned from the U.S. House of Representatives in November 1947 to assume the post. As Governor, he increased the gasoline tax to help finance an extensive rural roads program, greatly enlarged the state education budget, organized the first State Police Department, developed Kentucky's park and tourist facilities, and established the first Legislative Research Commission. During his administration, only New York spent more money on state park development, and only Texas spent more on its roads. The new Kentucky Agriculture and Industrial Development Board aggressively sought industries for the state and pushed construction of the State Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville. Clements campaigned successfully for the United States Senate in 1950 against Judge Charles I. Dawson. He resigned as Governor in November 1950 to fill the Senate vacancy created by the resignation of Garrett Withers. In January 1951 Clements began a full six-year term. Rising rapidly in the Senate power structure, he served as chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Committee from 1952 to 1954. He also served on the influential Democratic Policy Committee. Congressional reorganization in 1953 placed Clements in a key position as liaison between the Democratic National Committee and Senate Democrats. As a capstone to his Senate career, Clements was named Democratic Whip - assistant floor leader - in 1953. During an illness of Senate Majority Leader and close friend Lyndon B. Johnson in 1955, Clements served as Acting Majority Leader. Serving on the Senate Agriculture and Appropriations Committees, Clements acquired a national reputation as a staunch supporter of tobacco interests. He generally supported Democratic party measures that increased federal appropriations for domestic social programs and maintenance of a strong national defense policy. He sponsored a bill in 1954 which allowed the U.S. Agriculture Department to distribute surplus food in areas of chronic unemployment. In June 1955 Clements and Republican Senator Everett Dirksen of Illinois toured the Far East to inspect United States foreign aid programs. Clements was narrowly defeated for re-election in 1956 by Thruston B. Morton. However, he remained in Washington, D.C., to serve as executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign committee from 1957 to 1959. In 1960 Clements returned to Kentucky as highway commissioner under Governor Bert T. Combs. He then returned to Washington, D.C., and from 1961 to 1963 was a consultant to the American Merchant Marine Institute. Clements then held several executive positions with the American Tobacco Institute before his 1981 retirement to Morganfield, Kentucky. He died on March 12, 1985, and was buried at Morganfield. Clements married Sara Blue of Morganfield in 1927. They had one daughter, Elizabeth Abell. Biographical information supplied by Charles C. Hay, III, Victoria Walker, and Lowell H. Harrison. Clements, Earle C. (Earle Chester), 1896-1985 -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.United States -- History -- 1945- -- Bibliography.There are about 300,000 collection items, including materials on Kentucky politics, state government and finances, Democratic party activity and strategy on national level, Congressional and Senatorial correspondence, and photographs. Container ListCONGRESSIONAL SERIESBoxes 1-62 The Congressional Series, covering the years 1942-1948, consists of sixty-two boxes divided into two major sub-series: Departments (Boxes 1-28) - Deals primarily with executive departments and federal agency matters and is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically by year within the folders. Subjects (Boxes 29-62) - Covers legislative affairs and personal matters and is arranged in the same manner as the Departments Sub-Series. Correspondence in the Congressional Series covers a wide range of topics including post-war economic re-adjustment and agricultural matters which Clements handled as a member of the House Agricultural Committee. He was also a member of the Post Office and Civil Service Committees. Information on Clements' political activities during this period may be found in the Political Series. InventoryDEPARTMENTS1Agriculture Department - January-July, 19451Agriculture Department - August-December, 19451American Red Cross - 19451Census Bureau - 19451Civil Aeronautics Administration - 19451Civil Defense - 19451Civilian Production Administration - 19451Commerce Department - 19451Coast Guard - 19451District of Columbia - 19451Federal Communications Commission - 19451Federal Housing Administration - 19451Federal Public Housing Authority - 19451Federal Reserve System - 19451Federal Security Agency - 19452Federal Works Agency - 19452General Accounting Office - 19452Home Loan Bank Administration - 19452Internal Revenue - 19452Interior Department - 19452Interstate Commerce Commission - 19452Justice Department - 19452Kentucky Departments - 19452Labor Department - 19452Library of Congress -19452Marine Corps -19452Merchant Marines -19453National Archives -19453National Labor Relations Board-19453Navy Department - No. 2 -19453Navy Department -January-June, 19453Navy Department -July-September, 19453Navy Department -October-December, 19453Office of Defense Transportation -19453Office of Price Administration- No. 2 -19454Office of Price Administration -January-July, 19454Office of Price Administration -August-December, 19454Office of War Information -19454Office of War Mobilization-19454Petroleum Administration for War -19454Post Office Department -19454Reconstruction Finance Corporation -19454Rural Electrification Administration -19454Selective Service -January-May, 19454Selective Service -June-August, 19455Selective Service -September-December, 19455Selective Service - No. 2 -19455Smaller War Plants Corporation -19455Social Security Board -19455State Department -19455Surplus Property Board -19455Surplus Property - Ohio River Ordnance Works - Henderson, Kentucky -19455Tennessee Valley Authority -19455Treasury Department -19455United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration -19455U.S. Employment Service -19455U.S. Public Health Service -19455Veterans Administration -19456War Department -January-March, 19456War Department -April-June, 19456War Department -July-August, 19456War Department -September, 19457War Department -October, 19457War Department -November, 19457War Department -December, 19457War Department-Rivers -19457War Food Administration -19457War Labor Board - 19457War Production Board - 19458Agriculture Department - January-April, 19468Agriculture Department - May-August, 19468Agriculture Department - September-December, 19468Atmosphere Nitrogen Corporation - 19468Childrens Bureau - 19468Civil Aeronautics Administration - 19468Civil Service Commission - 19469Civilian Production Administration - January-June, 19469Civilian Production Administration - July-December, 19469Coast Guard - 19469Commerce Department - 19469Federal Communications Commission - 19469Federal Home Loan Bank Administration - 19469Federal Housing Administration - 19469Federal Power Commission - 19469Federal Works Agency - January-June, 19469Federal Works Agency - July-December, 194610General Accounting Office - 194610Interior Department - 194610Interior Department - Mammouth Cave - 194610Internal Revenue - 194610Interstate Commerce Commission - 194610Justice Department - 194610Kentucky Departments - January-April, 194610Kentucky Departments - May-August, 194610Kentucky Departments - September-December, 194610Labor Department - 194610Library of Congress - 194610Marine Corps - 194611Merchant Marine - 194611Navy Department - January-June, 194611Navy Department - July-December, 194611Office of Price Administration - January-September, 194611Office of Price Administration - October-December, 194612Office of War Mobilization - 194612Post Office Department - 194612Public Building Administration - 194612Public Road Administration - 194612Railroad Retirement Program - 194612Reconstruction Finance Corporation - 194612Reconversion - 194612Red Cross - 194612Rural Electrification Administration - 194612Selective Service - 194612Social Security Board - 194612Special Bills - 194612State Department 194613Surplus Property Administration - 194613Tax Court of the United States - 194613Tennessee Valley Authority - 194613Treasury Department - 194613United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration - 194613U.S. Employees Compensations - 194613U.S. Employment Service - 194613U.S. Public Health Service - 194613U.S. Public Health Service - Hospital Construction - Project - 194613Veterans Administration - 194613Veterans Administration - January-September, 194613Veterans Administration - October-December, 194613Veterans Administration - Outwood Hospital - 194613Veterans - Disabled Americans - 194613Veterans of Foreign Wars - 194614War Department - January, 194614War Department - February, 194614War Department - March, 194614War Department - April, 194614War Department - May, 194614War Department - June, 194615War Department - July, 194615War Department - August, 194615War Department - September, 194615War Department - October, 194615War Department - November, 194615War Department - December, 194615War Department - Rivers - 194616Agriculture Department - 194716Agriculture Department - 194816Census Bureau - 194816Civil Aeronautics Administration - 194716Civil Aeronautics Board - 194716Civil Service Commission - 194716Civilian Production Administration - 194717Commerce Department - 194717Federal Communications Commission - 194717Federal Home Loan Association - 194717Federal Power Commission - 194717Federal Reserve Board - 194717Federal Security Agency - 194717Federal Works Agency - 194717General Accounting Office - 194717Housing Expediter Office - 194717Interior Department - 194717Internal Revenue - 194717Interstate Commerce Commission - 194717Justice Department - 194717Kentucky Departments - January-April, 194718Kentucky Departments - May-December, 194718Labor Department - 194718Library of Congress - 194718Marine Corps - 194718Maritime Commission - 194718National Labor Relations Board - 194718Navy Department - 194718Office of Price Administration - 194718Office of War Mobilization - 194718Post Office Department - 194718Public Roads Administration - 194719Railroad Retirement Board - 194719Reconstruction Finance Corporation - 194719Rural Electrification Administration - 194719Rural Electrification Administration - 194819State Department - 1947-194819Tennessee Valley Authority - 194719Treasury Department - 194719U.S. Employees Compensation Commission - 194719Veterans Administration - 194719War Assets Administration - 1947-194820War Assets Administration - Bowling Green Plant - 194720War Department - January-February, 194720War Department - March-April, 194720War Department - May-June, 194720War Department - July-September, 194721War Department - October-December, 194721War Department - 194821War Department - Applications for Commission in Regular Army - 1945-July, 194721War Department - Applications for Commission in Regular Army - August-December, 194721War Department - Barren River - 194721War Department - Big Sandy River Project - 1947DEPARTMENTS - POST OFFICE22Adairsville22Adolphus22Allen Spring22Allergre22Allensville22Alvaton22Beach Grove22Beaver Dam22Bee Spring22Belton22Berrys Lick22Bowling Green22Bremen22Bristow22Brooklyn22Browder22Brownsville22Calhoun22Camp Breckinridge22Cave Spring22Central City23Clay23Cleaton23Corydon23Cromwell23Davenport23Dawson Springs23Deanefield23Dekoven23Depoy23Dixon23Drake23Dunmor23Elkton23Equality23Fordsville23Franklin23Geneva23Glenmore23Greenville23Grove Center23Guthrie23Halfway24Hartford24Hawesville24Hebbardsville24Henderson24Henshaw24Holland - 1945-194624Holland - 1947-194824Homer24Horse Branch24Huntsville24Ilsley24Island24Kirksmanville24Kyrock24Lewisburg24Lindseyville24Livermore24Livia24McHenry24Madisonville25Mammouth Cave25Maniton25Martwick25Morganfield25Morgantown25Mount Maple25Miscellaneous25Narrows25Nebo25Oakland25Olaton25Olmstead25Olney25Owensboro - 1944-November 15, 194625Owensboro - November, 1946-194825Petroleum25Poole25Providence25Prosperity25Quality25Reedyville25Renfro w26Reynolds Station26Richardsville26Robards26Rochester26Rockfield26Rockport26Round Hill26Rumsey26Sacramento26St. Joseph26St. Vincent26Salmons26Scotsville - 1944-August, 194526Scotsville - September, 1945-January, 194726Scotsville - February, 1947-May, 194826Sebree - September 29, 194727Sebree - September 30, 194727Sebree - October, 1947-194827Settle27Sharer27Sharon Grove27Slaughters27Smith Mill27Smith's Grove27South Carrolton27Spottsville27Sturgis27Sullivan27Sunfish27Sunnydale27Threlkel27Trammel27Trenton27Uniontown28Utica28Waverly28West Louisville28Whitesville28White Plains28White Run28Woodburn28ConstructionSUBJECTS29Acknowledgements - 194529Agricultural Requests - January-April, 194529Agricultural Requests - May, 194529Agricultural Requests - June-December, 194529Agricultural Yearbooks - 194530Agriculture Committee - January-May, 194530Agriculture Committee - June, 194530Agriculture Committee - July-December, 194530American Legion - 194530Annapolis - 194530Bailey, Clay Wade - 194530Burley Market - Henderson, Kentucky - 194530Calendars - 194530Camp Breckinridge30Circularization - Legislators - 194531Clements - 1942-July, 194531Clements - August-December, 194531Clements - Family - Genealogy31Coffman Project - 194531Committee Considering Coal Shortage - 194531Congratulations - 194431Congress of Industrial Organizations - 194531Congressional Directories - 194531Congressional Record - 194531Cooper, Thomas Poe - 194532Cox, Millard - 194532Cox, Ruth - 194532Cox, W. P. - 194532Dark Fired Tobacco Growers Association - 194532Democratic National Committee - 1944-194532Farm Bureau - 194532Folding Room - 194532Fortenberry, T.V. - 194532Mother Gabriel - 194532Goben, Juke - 194532Governmental Affairs - Legislative Daily - 194532Grainton Distilleries - 194532Henry, George D. - 194532Important Papers - 194532Infant Care - January-February, 194533Infant Care - March, 194533Infnat Care - April-May, 194533Infant Care - June-August, 194533Infant Care - September-December, 194533Invitations - 1944-194534Jobs - 1944-January, 194534Jobs - February-April, 194534Jobs - May-June, 194534Jobs - July-October, 194534Jobs - November-December, 194534Kentucky Federation of Labor - 194535Kentucky Legislature - October, 194335Kentucky Legislature - March, 194435Kentucky Legislature - 194435Kentucky Society - 194535Legislation - Agriculture Adjustment Act - Amendment of Tobacco Provision - 194535Legislation - Atomic Bomb - 194535Legislation - Civil Service Retirement Annuities - 194535Legislation - Compulsory Military Training - 194535Legislation - Employees Salary Reclassification Act - 194535Legislation - Exclusion from taxing income of persons who served in the Armed Services overseas - 194535Legislation - Full Employment Bill - 194536Legislation - General - 1944-February, 194536Legislation - General - March, 194536Legislation - General - April, 194536Legislation - General - May, 194536Legislation - General - June, 194536Legislation - General - July, 194537Legislation - General - August-September, 194537Legislation - General - October, 194537Legislation - General - November, 194537Legislation - General - December, 194537Legislation - Postal Employees Reclassification Bill - 194537Legislation - Relief of James H. Keith - 194537Legislation - Relief of Elizabeth Simmons - 194537Legislation - Lend-Lease - 194537Legislation - Lists - 194538Miscellaneous - 194538Moloney, R.P. - 194538Mount Saint Joseph Ursuline Motherhouse - 194538Munford Tyler - 194538Office Job File - 1944-194538Office Matters - 194538Office Pictures - 194538Old Age Pensions - 194538Peace Correspondence - 194538Personal - 1944-February, 194538Personal - March-April, 194538Personal - May-June, 194539Personal - July, 194539Personal - August-September, 194539Personal - October, 194539Personal - November-December, 194539Post War Military Training - 194539Post War Planning - 194539Receipts - 1942-194540Requests - 1944-June, 194540Requests - July-December, 194540Sherwood, W. S. - 194540Stationary Room - 1944-194540Stemming District Tobacco Association - 194540Tobacco - General - 1944-194540Tobacco - Nicotine Program - 194540Tobacco - Paul Rudolph - 1944-194540War Department - Discharges - 194540West Point - 194540White House - 194540Work or Fight Bill - 194541Acknowledgements - 194641Agricultural - Requests - January-July, 194641Agricultural - Requests - August-December, 194641Agricultural Yearbooks - 194641American Legion - 194641Clements - January-July, 194641Clements - August-December, 194641Democratic National Committee - 194641Important Papers - 194642Infant Care - January-July, 194642Infant Care - August-December, 194642Insurance Receipts - 194642Invitations - January-August, 194642Invitations - September-December, 194642Jobs - January-March, 194643Jobs - March-April, 194643Jobs - May, 194643Jobs - June-September, 194643Jobs - October, 194643Jobs - November-December, 194644Legislation - Agricultural Research - 194644Legislation - Armed Forces Terminal - Leave Pay Bill - 194644Legislation - Atomic Bomb - 194644Legislation - British Loan - 194644Legislation - Committee Hearings - 194644Legislation - Draft Extension - 194644Legislation - Further development of extension work - 194644Legislation - General - January, 194644Legislation - General - February, 194645Legislation - General - March, 194645Legislation - General - April-May, 194645Legislation - General - June, 194645Legislation - General - July, 194645Legislation - General - August, 194645Legislation - General - September-December, 194645Legislation - H.R. 4437 (Folder 1)45Legislation - H.R. 4437 (Folder 2)45Legislation - Housing - 194646Legislation - OPA - General - 194646Legislation - OPA - Favorable - March-July 28, 194646Legislation - OPA - Favorable - July 29-September, 194646Legislation - OPA - Opposed - March-July 30, 194646Legislation - OPA - Opposed - July 31, 194646Legislation - OPA - Opposed - August, 194646Legislation - Post Office Employees - Salary Increase - 194646Legislation - Railroad Retirement Act Amendments - 194647Legislation - Relief of G. H. Lazarus and Jessie F. Bewley - 194647Legislation - Relief of Bob Clark and George Croft - 194647Legislation - Relief of Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Newman47Legislation - School Lunch Bill - February 1-23, 194647Legislation - School Lunch Bill - February 25, 194647Legislation - School Lunch Bill - February 26-March, 194647Legislation - School Lunch Bill - April-July, 194647Legislation - Social Security Amendments47Legislation - Special Food Committees47Legislation - Strikes - February, 194648Legislation - Strikes - May, 194648Legislation - Strikes - June-December, 194648Legislation - Tax Cooperatives - January-May 11, 194648Legislation - Tax Cooperatives - May 23-November, 194648Legislation - Veterans - 194648Maloney, C. W. - 194648Mineral Yearbooks - 194648Office - 194648Palestine - 194648Personal - January-February, 194649Personal - March-April, 194649Personal - May-June, 194649Personal - July-August, 194649Personal - September-October, 194649Personal - November-December, 194649Political Action Committee - 194650Requests - January-April, 194650Requests - May-July, 194650Requests - August-September, 194650Requests - October-December, 194650Schoeplin, W. G. - 194650Stationary Room - 194650Stites, Colonel Henry J. - 194650Tobacco Matters - 194650Wage Stabilization Board - 194650War Assets Corporation - 194650War Contracts Adjustment Board - 194650War Shipping Administration Board - 194650West Point - 194650White House - 194650Withers, G. H. - 194651Acknowledgements - January-April, 194751Acknowledgements - May-September, 194751Acknowledgements - October-December, 194751Agriculture Committee - 194751Agriculture Requests - 194751Agriculture Yearbooks- Requests - January-February, 194751Agriculture Yearbooks - Requests - March-April, 194751Agriculture Yearbooks - Requests - May-June 16, 194752Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests - June 18-July 3, 194752Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests - July 5-21, 194752Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests - July 22-August, 194752Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests - September, 194752Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests - October-December, 194752Annapolis53Army-Navy Football Tickets - 194753Calendars - 194753Camp Breckinridge - 194753Card and Address File - 194753Christmas Card List - 194653Circulation - 194753Clements File - 194753Clements - Congressional Resignation - 194753Clements, Baldwin (Folder 1) - 194753Clements, Baldwin (Folder 2) - 194753Clements, Mrs. Earle C. - 194753Congressional Directory Requests - 194753Congressional Record Requests - 194754Democratic National Committee - 194754Deposit Slips - 194754Foreign Policy - 194754Important Papers - 194754Infant Care - January-April, 194754Infant Care - May-June, 194754Infant Care - August-December, 194754Invitations - January-May, 194755Invitations - June-December, 194755Jobs - January-February, 194755Jobs - March-April, 194755Jobs - May-July, 194755Jobs - August-September, 194755Jobs - October-December, 194756Kentucky Constitutions - 194756Kentucky Departments - 194756Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation - 194756Legislation - Agriculture Bills - 194756Legislation - Appropriations - Agricultural - January-June, 194756Legislation - Appropriations - Agricultural - July-December, 194756Legislation - Appropriations Bill56Legislation - Education - 194757Legislation - Federal and Postal Employees Bills - March-July, 194757Legislation - Federal and Postal Employees Bills - August-December, 194757Legislation - General Information - 194757Legislation - General - January-April, 194757Legislation - General - May-June, 194757Legislation - General - July-August, 194758Legislation - General - September-December, 194758Legislation - General - 194858Legislation - Housing Bill - 194758Legislation - Interstate Commerce Act Amendments - 194758Legislation - Labor - Cases and Miscellaneous Bills - 194758Legislation - Labor - Favorable - January-March, 194758Legislation - Labor - Favorable - April-July, 194759Legislation - Labor - Gwynne Bill - 194759Legislation - Labor - Railroad Employees - 194759Legislation - Lists - 194759Legislation - Military Training - 194759Legislation - Postal Rates - 194759Legislation - Public Works Bill - 194759Legislation - Rent Control - 194759Legislation - School Lunch Program - April-August 7, 194759Legislation - School Lunch Program - August 7-9, 194760Legislation - Social Security - 194760Legislation - Taxes - 194760Legislation - Veterans - 194760Legialation - Voting Record - 194760Newspaper Subscriptions - 194760Office Matters - 194760Personal - January-February, 194760Personal - March-April, 194760Personal - May-June, 194760Personal - July-September, 194761Personal - October-December, 194761Post Office and Civil Service Committee - 194761Post Office and Civil Service Committee - General Information - 194761Receipts - 194761Requests - January-May, 194762Requests - June-December, 194762Stationary Room - 194762Tobacco Matters - 194762Webb, Frances Settle - 194762West Point - January-May, 194762West Point - June-December, 194762White House - 1947GUBERNATORIAL SERIESBoxes 63-152 The Gubernatorial Series, covering the years 1948-1950, consists of ninety boxes divided into five sub-series: Boards and Commissions (Boxes 63-70), Departments (Boxes 71-100), Jobs (Boxes 101-110), Legislation (Boxes 111-129), Subjects (Boxes 130-152). In some cases the last months of 1947 and parts of 1951 are included. Each sub-series is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Primarily, the material consists of business letters and their replies. For information concerning political matters during these years consult the Political Series. Clements' Executive Orders (1947-1950) are found in the Wetherby Collection (82M8), boxes 21-23, also located at University of Kentucky Libraries Division of Special Collections. InventoryBoards and Commissions63Accountancy - 1948-195063Aeronautics Commission - October, 1947-December 10, 194863Aeronautics Commission - February, 1949-September, 195063Agriculture - 1948-195063Agricultural and Industrial Development Board, February-March, 194863Agricultural and Industrial Development Board, April-May, 194863Agricultural and Industrial Development Board, June-August, 194864Agricultural and Industrial Development Board, September-December, 194864Agricultural and Industrial Development Board, January-August 194964Agricultural and Industrial Development Board, September, 1949-November, 195064Architects, Board of - 1948-195064Barbers and Beauticians, Board of 1947-195065Chiropractic Examiners, Board of - 194965Constitutional Review Commission - 195065Dental Examiners, Board of - 1947-195065Disabled Ex-Service Men's Board - 1948-195065Education, Board of - 1948-195065Election Commissioner, Board of - 1948-195065Embalmers and Funeral Directors, Board of - 1948-195065Engineers, Board of Professional - 1948-195066Fire and Safety Commission - 194966Functions and Resources Commission - 195066Health, Board of - 1948-195066Health, Board of Kentucky Crippled Childrens Commission - 1948-195066Industrial Safety Board - 194866Judicial Council - 195066Legislative Research Commission - 194767Legislative Research Commission - 194867Legislative Research Commission - 194967Legislative Research Commission - 1950-195167Medical Research Commission - 1948-194967National Park Commission - March, 1948-November, 195067Nurses of Examiners, Board of - 1947-195067Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission - April, 1948-August, 195067Optometry, Board of - 195067Pharmacy, Board of - 1948-194967Psychologists, Board of Examiners of - 1948-195068Public Service Commission - January, 1948-January, 194968Public Service Commission - January, 1949-November, 195068Racing Commission - 1948-194968Racing Commission - 1950-195168Railroad Commission - February, 1948-August, 195068Sinking Fund Commission - 1948-194968State Fair Board - November, 1947-August, 194869State Fair Board - September-December, 194869State Fair Board - January, 1949-April, 194969State Fair Board - May-September, 194969State Fair Board - October-December, 194970State Fair Board - January-November, 195070State Fair Board Minutes - 1948-194970Statute Revision Commission - May, 1948-March, 195070Textbook Commission - 1948-195070Trotting Horse Commission - 195070Unemployment Compensation Commission - November, 1947-December, 194970Veterinary Examiners, Board of - 1948-195070Welfare, Board of - 1949-195070Workmen's Compensation Commission - November, 1947-November, 1950DEPARTMENTS71Adjutant General - 1948-March, 195071Adjutant General - April-November, 195071Aeronautics - 195071Agriculture - 1947-195071Alcoholic Beverage Control - 1947-October, 194872Alcoholic Beverage Control - November, 1948-October 3, 194972Alcoholic Beverage Control - October 12, 1949-November, 195072Attorney General - 1947-August 17, 194872Attorney General - August 18, 1948-July, 1949.73Attorney General - August, 1949-195073Banking - 1947-195073Business Regulations - Division of Athletic Control - March-June, 194873Business Regulations - Division of Insurance - 1947-October, 194873Business Regulations - Division of Insurance - November, 1948-April, 194973Business Regulations - Division of Insurance - May, 1949 - June 1, 194973Business Regulation - Division of Insurance - June 2, 1949-December, 194974Business Regulation - Division of Insurance - 195074Business Regulation - Division of Insurance - Requests for Insurance Business - 1949-195074Business Regulation - Division of Motor Transportation - 1947-195074Conservation - 1947-February 9, 194974Conservation - February 10, 1949-195074Conservation - Flood Control and Water Usage - 1948-195074Conservation - Forestry - 1948-195075Conservation - Division of Game & Fish - 1947-January 18, 194975Conservation - Division of Game & Fish - January 25, 1949-195075Conservation - Division of Game & Fish - 2nd & 8th Districts - 195075Conservation - Division of Game & Fish - 3rd District - 194975Conservation - Division of Game & Fish - 4th District - 194975Conservation - Division of Game & Fish - 5th District - 194875Conservation - Division of Game & Fish - 6th District - 194876Conservation - Mammoth Cave - 1948-195076Conservation - Parks - 194776Conservation - Parks - January-June 11, 194876Conservation - Parks - June 24, 1948-January 25, 194976Conservation - Parks - January 26, 1949-August 12, 194976Conservation - Parks - August 15, 1949-195076Conservation - Publicity - 1948-195077Conservation - Recreation - 1947-194877Conservation - Soil Conservation - 1947-194877Conservation - Soil & Water Resources - 1948-195077Court of Appeals - 1948-195077Economic Security - 1948-February, 194977Economic Security - March-November, 194977Economic Security - December, 1949-195077Economic Security - Division of Child Welfare - 1948-195078Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - 1947-April, 194878Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - May-August, 194878Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - September-November 12, 194878Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - November 15, 1948-February 3, 194978Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - February 4-April 6, 194979Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - April 7-September, 194979Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - October-December 19, 194979Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - December 29, 1949-March 17,195079Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - March 17-May, 195079Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - June-July 19, 195079Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - July 20-August 16, 195080Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - August 18-September 15, 195080Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - September 18-October 24, 195080Economic Security - Division of Public Assistance - October 25-November, 195080Education - 1947-January 17, 194880Education - January 21-March 13, 194880Education - March 25-October 11, 194881Education - October 21, 1948-August 3, 194981Education - August 5, 1949-January 13, 195081Education - January 16-November, 195081Education - Eastern State College - 1948-195081Education - Griffenhagen Survey81Education - Kentucky State College - 1948-195082Education - Morehead State College - 1947-June, 194882Education - Morehead State College - July, 1948-195082Education - Murray State Teachers College - 1948-195082Education - School for the Blind - 1948-195082Education - School for the Deaf - 1948-195082Education - University of Kentucky - 1948-May, 194882Education - University of Kentucky - June-November 17, 194882Education - University of Kentucky - Novembr 22, 1948-April 26,194983Education - University of Kentucky - April 27-August 9, 194983Education - University of Kentucky - August 12-November 10, 194983Education - University of Kentucky - November 12, 1949-February,195083Education - University of Kentucky - March-June, 195083Education - University of Kentucky - July-November, 195083Education - University of Kentucky - Agriculture Extension Division 194983Education - Western Kentucky Vocational Training School - 1947-195083Education - Western Kentucky Teachers College - 1948-195084Employment Service - 1947-195084Finance - 1947-194884Finance - January-July 15, 194984Finance - July 19-November, 194984Finance - December, 1949-March 3, 195084Finance - March 8-April 26, 195085Finance - April 27-May, 195085Finance - June-August 2, 195085Finance - August 7-November, 195085Finance - Auditor - 194985Finance - Division of Budget - 194785Finance - Division of Budget - 194885Finance - Division of Budget - October-November, 194885Finance - Division of Budget - December, 1949-195086Finance - Division of Engineering - 1947-April, 194986Finance - Division of Engineering - May, 1949-195086Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission 1947-August 5, 194886Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission August 6, 1948-March 8, 194986Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission March 9-October 19, 194986Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission October 31, 1949-February 6, 195087Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission February 7-May 4, 195087Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission May 8-June 29, 195087Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission June 30-July, 195087Finance - Division of Engineering - Building Commission August-November, 195087Finance - Division of Personnel - 1949-195187Finance - Division of Personnel - Personnel Council - 1947-195087Finance - Purchasing Division - 1947-February, 194987Finance - Purchasing Division - March, 1949-195087Fire Marshall Office - Memorandum - 194888Health - 1947-October, 194888Health - November, 1948-February, 194988Health - March-July 27, 194988Health - July 29-January 6, 195088Health - January 10-November, 195089Health - Kentucky Committee on Children & Youth - 195089Health - Midcentury White House Conference on Children & Youth - 195089Health - Tuberculosis - 1947-195089Highway - 194789Highway - January-March, 194890Highways - April-June, 194890Highways - July-August 194890Highways - September-October, 194890Highways - November-December, 194891Highways - January-March, 194991Highways - April-May 16, 194991Highways - May 18-June 29, 194991Highways - June 30-August, 194991Highways - September-October, 194992Highways - November-December, 194992Highways - January-March 4, 195092Highways - March 6-May 18, 195092Highways - May 20-July 6, 195092Highways - July 7-July 31, 195092Highways - August 1-August 28, 195093Highways - August 29-October 11, 195093Highways - October 13-November, 195093Highways - Highway 41-A93Highways - Highway Patrol - 1947-194893Highways - Highway Patrol - 194993Highways - Highway Patrol - 195094Highways - Highway Safety - 1947-195094Highways - Mary Inglis Highway - 194894Highways - Mary Inglis Highway - 1949-195094Historical Scoiety - 1947-195094Industrial Relations - 1947-195095Library and Archives - 1948-194995Mines and Minerals - 1947-August 30, 194895Mines and Minerals - September, 1948-September, 194996Mines and Minerals - October, 1949-January 19, 195096Mines and Minerals - January 26-November, 195096Revenue - 1947-194896Revenue - January-August, 194997Revenue - September, 1949-June 21, 195097Revenue - June 27-November, 195097State, Secretary of - 1947-195097Tourism - 195097Treasury - 1947-195097Vocational Rehabilitation - Report of Administrative Survey - October, 194997Vocational Rehabilitation - Report of Administrative Survey - November, 194998Welfare - January-April, 194898Welfare - May-August, 194898Welfare - September-December, 194898Welfare - January, 194998Welfare - February-March, 194998Welfare - April 5-22, 194998Welfare - April 22-26, 194999Welfare - May-August, 194999Welfare - September-December, 194999Welfare - January-July 25, 195099Welfare - July 31-November, 195099Welfare - Central State Hospital - 1948-1950100Welfare - Eastern State Hospital - 1948-1950100Welfare - Kentucky Children's Home - 1948-1950100Welfare - Kentucky State Hospital - 1948-1950100Welfare - Kentucky Training Home - 1948-1950100Welfare - Penitentiary - Eddyville - 1949-1950100Welfare - Reformatory - LaGrange - 1948-1949100Welfare - Tuberculosis Sanatoria Commission - 1948100Welfare - Tuberculosis Sanatoria Commission - 1949-May, 1950100Welfare - Tuberculosis Sanatoria Commission - June-November, 1950100Welfare - Western State Hospital - 1948-1950JOBS101Accountant - 1947-1948101Adjutant General - 1947101Aeronautics Commission - 1947-1952101Agriculture, State Board of - 1947-1948101Agriculture, Department of - 1947-1950101Alcoholic Beverage Control - 1947-1950101Application for Jobs sent to A.B. Chandler - 1947101Athletic Control - 1948101Athletic Director - 1947-1948101Banking Commissioner - 1947-1948101Banking Division - 1947-1948102Barbers & Beauticans, State Board of - 1947-January, 1948102Barbers & Beauticans, State Board of - February-June, 1948102Barbers & Beauticans, State Board of - August, 1948-November, 1949102Beauchamp - Memorandums to - 1947-1948102Cabinet - Governor's - 1948-1949102Clerk - 1948-1950102Conservation, Department of - 1947-1950102Custodian - 1948102Deputy Fire Marshall - 1947-1950103Economic Security Department - 1948-August, 1949103Economic Security Department - October, 1949-1950103Education - 1947-1948103Embalmers and Funeral Directors - 1947-1948103Employment Service - 1947-1950103Engineering & Construction, Division of - 1947-1948103Finance, Department of - 1947-1951103Game & Fish, Division of - 1949-1950103Governor's Office - 1947-1948103Health Department - 1947103Highway Department - January-February, 1948104Highway Department - March-December, 1948104Highway Department - 1949104Highway Department - 1950104Industrial Relations - 1947-1949104Insurance Department - 1947-1948104Legislature Positions - 1947-1948104Mines & Minerals Department - 1947-1950105Miscellaneous Positions - 1947105Miscellaneous Positions - January-February, 1948105Miscellaneous Positions - March-April, 1948105Miscellaneous Positions - May-August, 1948105Miscellaneous Positions - September-December, 1948105Miscellaneous Positions - 1949106Miscellaneous Positions - 1950106Motor Transportation, Division of - 1947-1950106No Special Position - 1947-1948106Parks, Division of - 1947-1949106Personnel, Division of106Press - 1947-1950106Public Service Commission106Publicity, Division of107Purchase, Division of107Purchasing Agency107Racing Commission107Railroad Commission107Receptionist107Recreation, Division of107Resignations - 1947-1949107Revenue Department107Secretary - 1948107Securities, Division of - 1947-1948108Securities, Division of - 1949-1950108State Fire Marshall108State Librarian108State Police - 1947108State Police - 1948108State Police - 1949-1950108Unemployment Compensation Commission109Welfare Department - 1947109Welfare Department - January-March, 1948109Welfare Department - April-December, 1948109Welfare Department - 1949-1950109Workmen's Compensation - 1947110Workmen's Compensation - 1948-1949110Workmen's Compensation - 1950LEGISLATION111Banding and Confederating Bill (no. 77) - 1948111Bonus for Veterans - 1947-1948111Bonus for Veterans - 1949-1951111Bridge Across the Cumberland - 1948111Community Property Tax - 1947-1948111Economic Security Department - 1948111Education - Lewis, J.O. - 1947-1948112Education - Miscellaneous - 1947-1950112Education - Retirement - 1950112Education - Schools & Taxes - 1947-1952112Education - Special File - 1947-1950112Education - Teachers Inquiries - 1950113Education - County File - Adair - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Allen - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Anderson - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Ballard - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Barren - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Bell - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Boone - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Bourbon - 1949-1950113Education - County File - Boyd - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Boyle - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Bracken - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Breathitt - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Breckinridge - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Bullitt - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Caldwell - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Calloway - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Campbell - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Carlisle - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Carroll - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Carter - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Casey - 1949-1950114Education - County File - Christian (Folder 1) 1949-1950114Education - County File - Christian (Folder 2) 1949-1950115Education - County File - Clay - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Clinton - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Crittenden - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Cumberland - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Daviess - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Elliott - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Estill - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Fayette - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Fleming - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Floyd - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Franklin - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Fulton - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Garrard - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Grant - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Graves - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Grayson - 1949-1950115Education - County File - Green - 1949-1950116Education - County File - Greenup - 1949-1950116Education - County File - Hancock - 1949-1950116Education - County File - Hardin - 1949-1950116Education - County File - Harlan (Folder 1) 1949-1950116Education - County File - Harlan (Folder 2) 1949-1950117Education - County File - Harlan (Folder 3) 1949-1950117Education - County File - Harlan (Folder 4) 1949-1950117Education - County File - Harrison - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Henderson - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Henry - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Hichman - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Hopkins - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Jackson - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Jefferson - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Jessamine - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Johnson - 1949-1950117Education - County File - Kenton - (Folder 1) - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Kenton - (Folder 2) - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Kenton - (Folder 3) - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Knott - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Knox - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Larue - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Laurel - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Lee - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Leslie - 1949-1950118Education - County File - Letcher - 1949-1950119Education - County File - Lewis - 1949-1950119Education - County File - Lincoln - 1949-1950119Education - County File - Livingston - 1949-1950119Education - County File - Logan - 1949-1950119Education - County File - Lyon - 1949-1950119Education - County File - McCracken (folder 1) 1949-1950119Education - County File - McCracken (folder 2) 1949-1950119Education - County File - McCracken (folder 3) 1949-1950119Education - County File - McCracken (folder 4) 1949-1950120Education - County File - McCreary - 1949-1950120Education - County File - McLean - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Madison - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Magoffin - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Marion - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Marshall - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Martin - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Mason - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Meade - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Menifee - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Mercer - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Metcalfe - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Monroe - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Montgomery - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Morgan - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Muhlenburg - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Nelson - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Nicholas - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Ohio 1949-1950120Education - County File - Oldham - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Owen - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Pendleton - 1949-1950120Education - County File - Perry - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Pike - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Powell - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Pulaski - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Robertson - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Rockcastle - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Rowan - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Russell - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Scott - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Shelby - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Simpson - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Spencer - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Taylor - 1949-1950121Education - County File - Todd (Folder 1) 1949-1950121Education - County File - Todd (Folder 2) 1949-1950122Education - County File - Trigg - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Trimble - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Union - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Warren - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Washington - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Wayne - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Webster - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Whitley - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Wolfe - 1949-1950122Education - County File - Woodford - 1949-1950122Education - County File - No Address - 1949-1950123Executive Budget - 1950-1952123Gas Tax - 1948123House and Senate - Congratulatory Messages - 1949123House and Senate - House Bills & Resolutions with Comments - 1950123House and Senate - Includes Veto Messages - 1950124House and Senate - Miscellaneous - 1948124House and Senate - Senate Bills & Resolutions with Comments - 1950124Lawyers - 1948124Legislature of Kentucky - June, 1948124Local Option - 1948124Medical - 1948124Mental Hospitals - 1949-1950124Merit Personnel System & Retirement Plan Legislation - 1950124Merit System - 1948125Miscellaneous - 1947-January, 1948125Miscellaneous - February 1-18, 1948125Miscellaneous - February 19-28, 1948125Miscellaneous - March 1-3, 1948125Miscellaneous - March 4-10, 1948126Miscellaneous - March 11-28, 1948126Miscellaneous - March 29-August, 1948126Miscellaneous - October-December, 1949126Miscellaneous - January, 1950127Miscellaneous - February, 1950127Miscellaneous - March 1-10, 1950127Miscellaneous - March 11-30, 1950128Miscellaneous - April-September, 1950128Miscellaneous - Tobacco - February, 1950128Permanent Wave - 1948128Pharmacist - 1948128Requests for Special Session - 1950128Salary Legislation - 1950128Special Election - 1948-1949128Special Judges - 1948128Special Police - 1949-1950128Special Session - House & Senate - 1949128Special Session - Miscellaneous - February, 1949129Special Session - Miscellaneous - March 1-4, 1949129Special Session - Miscellaneous - March 7-April, 1949129Summary of 1948 Legislature129Summary of Bills - 1950129Veto Messages - House Bills - 1948129Veto Messages - House Resolutions - 1948129Veto Messages - Senate Bills - 1948129Veto Messages - Senate Resolutions - 1948SUBJECTS130Bonds - 1947-1950130Circuit Judges - 1948-1950130City Councils - 1947-1950130City of Louisville - 1948-1950131Colonel Appointments - A-B131Colonel Appointments - C-E131Colonel Appointments - F-I131Colonel Appointments - J-L132Colonel Appointments - M-Q132Colonel Appointments - R-S132Colonel Appointments - T-Z132Committee for Kentucky - 1947-1950133Commonwealth's Attorney - 1948-1950133Congratulations - 1947133Congressional - 1949-1950133Federal Agencies - U.S. Department of Agriculture - 1948-1950134Federal Agencies - U.S. Army - 1948-1951134Federal Agencies - U.S. Government - Organization of Federal Executive Departments and Agencies - 1951134Federal Agencies - U.S. Justice Department - 1948134Federal Agencies - U.S. Labor Department - 1948-1950134Federal Agencies - U.S. Navy Department - 1948-1949134Federal Agencies - U.S. War Department - 1948134Federal Register - 1948134Flood Control - 1947-1949135Governor's Conference - 1947-May, 1948135Governor's Conference - June, 1948135Governor's Conference - July-December, 1948135Governor's Conference - January-May, 1949135Governor's Conference - June, 1949-February, 1950136Governor's Conference - March-November, 1950136Governor's Conference - December, 1950-September, 1951136Governor's Conference - October-December, 1951136Governors of other States - 1947-1948136Governors of other States - 1949136Graham, Thomas - 1947-1948136Graham, Thomas - 1949137Graham, Thomas - 1950137Housing - Low Rent - 1949-1950137Interstate Commerce Commission - 1947-1948137Interstate Oil Compact Commission - 1947-April, 1948137Interstate Oil Compact Commission - May-July, 1948137Interstate Oil Compact Commission - August, 1948-April, 1949137Interstate Oil Compact Commission - May-September, 1949138Introductions - 1948-1950138Invitations - 1947138Invitations - January, 1948138Invitations - February, 1948138Invitations - March, 1948138Invitations - April, 1948139Invitations - May, 1948139Invitations - June, 1948139Invitations - July, 1948139Invitations - August, 1948139Invitations - September, 1948140Invitations - October, 1948140Invitations - November, 1948140Invitations - December, 1948140Invitations - January, 1949140Invitations - February, 1949140Invitations - March, 1949141Invitations - April, 1949141Invitations - May, 1949141Invitations - June, 1949141Invitations - July, 1949142Invitations - August, 1949142Invitations - September, 1949142Invitations - October, 1949142Invitations - November, 1949143Invitations - December, 1949143Invitations - January, 1950143Invitations - February, 1950143Invitations - March, 1950143Invitations - April, 1950144Invitations - May, 1950144Invitations - June, 1950144Invitations - July, 1950144Invitations - August, 1950144Invitations - September, 1950145Invitations - October, 1950145Invitations - November, 1950145Jackson Day Dinner - 1947-1950145Kentucky Chamber of Commerce - 1947-1948145Kentucky Chamber of Commerce - 1949-1950146Kentucky Medical Directory - 1949-1950146Magistrates - 1947-1948146Magistrates - 1949-1950146Mountain Laurel Festival - 1948-1950146Movies - 1950146Negroes - 1947-1950147Non-Elective Peace Officers - 1948-1950147Notary Public - 1947-1948147Notary Public - 1949-1950147Oil - 1948147Personal - 1947147Personal - January-February, 1948148Personal - March-April, 1948148Personal - May-June, 1948148Personal - July-September, 1948148Personal - October-December, 1948148Personal - January-March, 1949148Personal - April-August, 1949148Personal - September-November, 1949148Personal - December, 1949-April, 1950149Personal - May-July, 1950149Personal - August-December, 1950149Personal - Day Book - 1949150Personal - Interview - Requests - 1947150Personal - Interview - Requests - January-March, 1948150Personal - Interview - Requests - April-December, 1948150Personal - Interview - Requests - 1949150Personal - Interview - Requests - 1950151Photographs with Correspondence - 1948151Photographs with Correspondence - 1949151Photographs with Correspondence - 1950152Police Judges - 1947-1948152Police Judges - 1949152Police Judges - 1950SENATORIAL SERIESBoxes 153-184 The Senatorial Series, covering the years 1950-1956, consists of thirty-two boxes divided into three sub-series: Departments (Boxes 153-159), Legislation (Boxes 160-176), Subjects (Boxes 177-184). All correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Unfortunately this series is incomplete due to fire damage. There is, however, material relating to Clements' position as Acting Senate Majority Leader in 1955, considerable personal correspondence, and public works projects within Kentucky. For political correspondence during this period, consult the Political Series. InventoryDEPARTMENTS153Agriculture Department - Farmers Home Administration - 1953-1955153Agriculture Department - Rural Electrification Administration 1954-1956153Agriculture Department - Tobacco - 1955153Agriculture Department - Tobacco - January-May, 1956153Agriculture Department - Tobacco - June-December, 1956153Army Department - Corps of Engineers - 1956153Army Department - Ft. Knox - 1956153Civil Aeronautics Board - 1956153Commerce Department - 1956153Defense Department - Army - 1956153Defense Department - Camp Breckinridge - 1956154Federal Communications Commission - 1956154Federal Communications Commission - Harlan Radio Station - 1956154Federal Communications Commission - Hazard & Perry Broadcasting - 1955-1956154Federal Communications Commission - Louisville T.V. Station - 1956154Federal Communications Commission - Steele, V. J. - T. V. Application - 1952-1956154Federal Communications Commission - Subscription T. V. - 1955-1956154Independent Agencies - 1956154Justice Department - Parole Board - 1956154Kentucky Departments - Agriculture Industrial Board - 1956154State Department154Treasury Department - Internal Revenue - Eaton Tax Case - 1956155Post Office Department - Alcorn155Post Office Department - Alva155Post Office Department - Anchorage155Post Office Department - Auburn155Post Office Department - Baxter155Post Office Department - Beattyville155Post Office Department - Bowling Greeb155Post Office Department - Bulan155Post Office Department - Bypro155Post Office Department - Carrsville155Post Office Department - Concord155Post Office Department - Contacts155Post Office Department - Coral Ridge155Post Office Department - Danville155Post Office Department - Duckers155Post Office Department - Ekron155Post Office Department - Fern Creek155Post Office Department - Fisherville155Post Office Department - Fort Campbell155Post Office Department - Fort Knox155Post Office Department - Fonde155Post Office Department - Forkton155Post Office Department - Fourmile155Post Office Department - Frakes155Post Office Department - Frankfort155Post Office Department - Franklin155Post Office Department - Frew156Post Office Department - Gamaliel156Post Office Department - Gapcreek156Post Office Department - Gaysdale156Post Office Department - Gibbs156Post Office Department - Grahn156Post Office Department - Gravel Switch156Post Office Department - Gray156Post Office Department - Georgetown156Post Office Department - Gregory156Post Office Department - Guerrant156Post Office Department - Gulaton156Post Office Department - Guthrie156Post Office Department - Hail156Post Office Department - Hartford156Post Office Department - Hazle156Post Office Department - Heidrick156Post Office Department - Henderson156Post Office Department - Hinkle156Post Office Department - Hisel156Post Office Department - Hiseville156Post Office Department - Hogue156Post Office Department - Hooker156Post Office Department - Hopkinsville156Post Office Department - Huntersville156Post Office Department - Island City156Post Office Department - Jarvis Store156Post Office Department - Jason156Post Office Department - Jefferstown156Post Office Department - Kayjay156Post Office Department - Kerby Knob156Post Office Department - Kettle Island156Post Office Department - Kidder156Post Office Department - Kildaw156Post Office Department - Kitts157Post Office Department - Lackey157Post Office Department - Larue157Post Office Department - Lenarue157Post Office Department - Lesile157Post Office Department - Lexington - 1951-1955157Post Office Department - Lexington - 1956157Post Office Department - Livermore157Post Office Department - London157Post Office Department - Lothair157Post Office Department - Louisville - 1949-1953157Post Office Department - Louisville - 1954-1956158Post Office Department - Luner158Post Office Department - Lynch158Post Office Department - Lyndon158Post Office Department - McAndrews158Post Office Department - Mangum158Post Office Department - Maple Mount158Post Office Department - Martins Fork158Post Office Department - Mary Alice158Post Office Department - Masonic Home158Post Office Department - Mayfield158Post Office Department - Maysville158Post Office Department - Middlesboro158Post Office Department - Mill Spring158Post Office Department - Mistletoe158Post Office Department - Monticello158Post Office Department - Morganfield158Post Office Department - Mount Sterling158Post Office Department - Mount Victory158Post Office Department - Nancy158Post Office Department - Neon158Post Office Department - Nevisdale158Post Office Department - Newfound158Post Office Department - Nominations - 1955158Post Office Department - Nominations - 1956158Post Office Department - Northfield158Post Office Department - Nortonville158Post Office Department - Olge158Post Office Department - Olmstead158Post Office Department - Oneida158Post Office Department - Panco158Post Office Department - Paris158Post Office Department - Park City158Post Office Department - Peoples158Post Office Department - Peytonsburg158Post Office Department - Pikeville158Post Office Department - Poplarville158Post Office Department - Providence158Post Office Department - Pueblo159Post Office Department - Renfro Valley159Post Office Department - Rockholds159Post Office Department - Rush159Post Office Department - Russellville159Post Office Department - Saint Vincent159Post Office Department - Scottsville159Post Office Department - Shearer Valley159Post Office Department - Shelbyville159Post Office Department - Shopville159Post Office Department - Somerset159Post Office Department - Somilax159Post Office Department - Sonara159Post Office Department - Southfork159Post Office Department - Splint159Post Office Department - Sprule159Post Office Department - Spurlock159Post Office Department - Sturgis159Post Office Department - Sullivan159Post Office Department - Sunnybrook159Post Office Department - Sunshine159Post Office Department - Symbol159Post Office Department - Tateville159Post Office Department - Threelinks159Post Office Department - Three Point159Post Office Department - Tinsley159Post Office Department - Toulouse159Post Office Department - Trenton159Post Office Department - Trimble159Post Office Department - Trosper159Post Office Department - Tway159Post Office Department - Utica159Post Office Department - Verne159Post Office Department - Vernon159Post Office Department - Vincent159Post Office Department - Warbranch159Post Office Department - Wendover159Post Office Department - Windy159Post Office Department - Withers159Post Office Department - Woollum159Post Office Department - Wooton159Post Office Department - ZulaLEGISLATION160Agriculture Committee - Amendment to AAA of 1949160Appropriations Committee - Green River - 1954160Armed Services Committee - Magill, Samuel - 1956160Armed Services Committee - Miscellaneous - Army request for lease of land160Armed Services Committee - Miscellaneous - Camp Breckinridge160Armed Services Committee - Miscellaneous - Clements, Proctor160Armed Services Committee - Miscellaneous - Designation of Ft. Campbell160Armed Services Committee - Miscellaneous - Hunting rights for Civilians at Camp Breckinridge160Armed Services Committee - Miscellaneous - Walter Young's land problem160Armed Services Committee - Rash, Dillman - 1955160Armed Services Committee - Smallwood, William160Armed Services Committee - Smith, Harold - 1956160Armed Services Committee - Vaughn - Herbert - 1956160Bills - Bills Introduced or Co-sponsored by Clements - 79th-84th Congress160Bills - Clements Private Bills - 1957160Bills - Hospital - 1955-1956160Bills - Knowland - Johnson Elections Bill - 1956160Bills - Miscellaneous160Bills - Proposed Tobacco Legislation - 1955161Bills - Surplus Foods - 1955161Bills - Tobacco Bills - S.2295161Bills - Unemployment - 1954-1955161Bills - Unemployment - 1956161Bills - Vocational Schools - 1956161Bills - Water Resources Bill - 1956161Budget - 1957161Committees - Clash on Committees - 1956161Congressional Record - Excerpts of Statements by Clements (Folder 1)161Congressional Record - Excerpts of Statements by Clements (Folder 2)162District of Columbia Committee - January-March, 1951162District of Columbia Committee - April-June, 1951162District of Columbia Committee - July-December, 1951162District of Columbia Committee - 1952162Joint Committee on Printing - 1951 - March 17, 1952162Joint Committee on Printing - March 20-November, 1952163Post Office & Civil Service Committee - January, 1951163Post Office & Civil Service Committee - February-April, 1951163Preparedness Subcommittee - 1952163Public Works Committee - 1951-1952164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Catlettsburg Local Flood Protection - 1955-1956164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Dewey Reservoir - 1952-1956164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Legislation - 1952-1955164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Levisa Fork - 1954-1956164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Lock No.3 - Louisa - 1955-1956164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Miscellaneous - 1950-1956164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Navigation - 1952-1955164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Pond River Reservoir - 1955164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Survey Statement - 1951-1956164Public Works - Big Sandy River - Tug Fork - 1954164Public Works - Clements Statement on Corps of Engineers - 1956164Public Works - Cumberland River - Barbourville - 1953-1956164Public Works - Cumberland River - Barkley Dam - 1956165Public Works - Cumberland River - Celina Dam - 1953-1956165Public Works - Cumberland River - Devils Jump Gap - 1956165Public Works - Cumberland River - Laurel River Dam - 1954-1956165Public Works - Cumberland River - Little River - 1955165Public Works - Cumberland River - Lower Cumberland Dam - 1951-1955165Public Works - Cumberland River - Lower Cumberland Dam - 1955-1956165Public Works - Cumberland River - Middlesboro - 1955165Public Works - Cumberland River - Miscellaneous - 1951-1956165Public Works - Cumberland River - Navigation - 1952-1956166Public Works - Cumberland River - Pineville - 1953-1956166Public Works - Cumberland River - Rockcastle Narrows - 1956166Public Works - Cumberland River - Upper Cumberland - 1956166Public Works - Cumberland River - Wolf Creek Reservoir - 1953-1956166Public Works - Green River - Barren Reservoir No.2 - 1953-1956166Public Works - Green River - Constituent Correspondence - 1952166Public Works - Green River - Constituent Correspondence - 1953166Public Works - Green River - Constituent Correspondence - 1954166Public Works - Green River - Cypress Creek - 1955-1956166Public Works - Green River - Green River Reservoir No.2 1954-1956166Public Works - Green River - Industry - 1952-1956167Public Works - Green River - Miscellaneous - 1951-1952167Public Works - Green River - Miscellaneous - 1953-1956167Public Works - Green River - Mining City Dam - 1952-1956167Public Works - Green River - Navigation (Opposition)-1953-1954167Public Works - Green River - Navigation - 1951-1953168Public Works - Green River - Navigation - 1954-1956168Public Works - Green River - Nolin Reservoir - 1953-1956168Public Works - Green River - Panther Creek Survey - 1956168Public Works - Green River - Pond River - 1952-1956168Public Works - Green River - Project - 1952-1954168Public Works - Green River - Rough River Reservoir - 1953-1956169Public Works - Kentucky River - Booneville Dam - 1954-1956169Public Works - Kentucky River - Buckhorn Reservoir - 1953-1956169Public Works - Kentucky River - Frankfort Local Flood Protection 1954-1955169Public Works - Kentucky River - Miscellaneous - 1955-1956169Public Works - Kentucky River - Jackson Cut Off - 1953-1956169Public Works - Kentucky River - Jessamine Creek Dam - 1951-1956169Public Works - Kentucky River - Navigation - 1953-1956169Public Works - Kentucky River - Robo Replies - 1955169Public Works - Kentucky River - Survey Statements - 1951-1956169Public Works - Licking River - Cave Run Reservoir - 1952-1956169Public Works - Licking River - Falmouth Dam - 1950-1956169Public Works - Licking River - Miscellaneous - 1956170Public Works - Licking River - Navigation - 1956170Public Works - Miscellaneous - 1951-1954170Public Works - Miscellaneous - January-June, 1955170Public Works - Miscellaneous - July, 1955-1956170Public Works - Miscellaneous - Fiscal Year 1958 Budget - 1956170Public Works - Mississippi River - Bayou du Chien - 1955-1956170Public Works - Mississippi River - Little Obion River - 1955-1956171Public Works - Mississippi River - Mayfield Creek - 1949-1956171Public Works - Mississippi River - Miscellaneous - 1954-1956171Public Works - Mississippi River - Reelfoot Lake - 1954-1956171Public Works - Ohio River - Ashland - 1953-1954171Public Works - Ohio River - Covington Local Flood Protection - 1952-1955171Public Works - Ohio River - Dayton Floodwall - 1954-1955171Public Works - Ohio River - Greenup Dam - 1953-1956171Public Works - Ohio River - Louisville Local Flood Protection - 1953-1955171Public Works - Ohio River - Louisville Lock No.41 - 1955-1956171Public Works - Ohio River - Markland Dam - 1954-1956171Public Works - Ohio River - Maysville Local Flood Protection 1953-1956172Public Works - Ohio River - Miscellaneous - 1953-1955172Public Works - Ohio River - Miscellaneous - 1956172Public Works - Ohio River - New Richmond Dam - 1955-1956172Public Works - Ohio River - Tell City Dam172Public Works - Ohio River - Tygart Creek - 1953-1956172Public Works - Ohio River - Walbash Island Dam - 1956172Public Works - Ohio River - West Point - 1956172Public Works - Out of State - Colorado River - 1955172Public Works - Out of State - General - 1955-1956172Public Works - Tennessee River - Clark's River - 1955-1956172Public Works - Tennessee River - Miscellaneous - 1954-1956172Public Works - Tradewater River - Cypress Creek - 1955172Public Works - Tradewater River - Miscellaneous - 1955172Public Works - Tradewater River - Navigation 1952-1955172Public Works - Tradewater River - Sturgis - 1955173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Burma173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Formosok173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Hong Kong173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Japan173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Korea173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Philippines173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Vietnam173Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background - Vietnam - Pictures of Model Army Unit - June 17, 1955174Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background Information (Folder 1)174Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Background Information (Folder 2)174Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - State Department - Background Information175Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Senator Clements Notes on Trip175Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Scrapbook of Clements trip (Folder 1)175Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Scrapbook of Clements trip (Folder 2)175Reference - Mutual Security Program - Far East - Thank you letters175Rules Committee - 1951-1952176Voting Record - 1950-1956176Voting Record - (Folder 1)176Voting Record - (Folder 2)SUBJECTS177Acting Majority Leader - January-February, 1955177Acting Majority Leader - July-August, 1955177Agriculture - 1950,1956177Alaska Statehood177Attacks on Democrats - 1953177Bailey, Clay Wade - 1956177Bricker Amendment - 1953177Clements, Earle C. - Bridge - 1955177Communism - 1954177Cooper, John Sherman - 1955177Democratic National Campaign - 1956177Democratic National Committee - Advisory Committee on Political Organization - 1955-1956177Democratic National Convention - 1955-1956177Democratic National Convention - Unofficial Roll of Delegates to 1956 Convention177Democratic Senate Leadership177Democratic Speeches - 1953-1954177Disarmament - 1953177Economics177Eisenhower Appointments - 1953177Eisenhower 1952-1954178Far East Trip - 1955-1958178Foreign Policy - 1952-1954178Graham, Thomas - 1955178Graham, Thomas - 1956178Hawaii Statehood - 1954178Integration in Union County - 1956178Israel - 1955178Jefferson178Johnson, Lyndon B. - 1954-1955178The Kentuckian - 1955178Kentucky Industries - Reynolds Metals - 1956178Kingsberry, Gil - 1955-1956178Labor - 1952-1955178Loyalty Oath - 1952178McCarthy178Majority Policy Committee - 1952-1955178Maybank, Senator Burnet R. - 1955178Memorial Address on the late Alben W. Barkley - 1956178Miscellaneous - This is Your Life - 1955179News Column - 1955-1956179Newsletter - 1954-1955179Newsletter - 1956179News Releases - 1952-1956179Nixon, Richard M. - 1952-1954179Office - 1954179Personal - Clements Cards179Personal - Day Book - 1951180Personal - Day Book - 1953180Personal - Declaration of 1956 Senatorial Candidacy180Personal - Farm - 1952-1958180Personal - General - B-W - November-December, 1950180Personal - General - A-W - January-February, 1951180Personal - General - A-W - March-April, 1951180Personal - General - A-W - May, 1951180Personal - General - June-July, 1951180Personal - General - August, 1951180Personal - General - September-October, 1951180Personal - General - November-December, 1951181Personal - General - January-March, 1953181Personal - General - April-June, 1953181Personal - General - July-September, 1953181Personal - General - October-December, 1953181Personal - General - January-March, 1954181Personal - General - April-May, 1954181Personal - General - June-July, 1954181Personal - General - August-September, 1954181Personal - General - October-December, 1954182Personal - General - January-June, 1955182Personal - General - July-December, 1955182Personal - General - January-February, 1956182Personal - General - March-June, 1956182Personal - General - July-September, 1956182Personal - General - October-December, 1956183Personal - House - 1955183Personal - Manuscript of Book by Orval Baylor on Congressional Redistricting in Kentucky (Folder 1)183Personal - Manuscript of Book by Orval Baylor on Congressional Redistricting in Kentucky (Folder 2)183Personal - Panama Trip - 1954183Personal - Passport - 1955183Pictures - 1953183Platform - 1952183Polls - 1954183Power - 1954184Radio Programs - 1954-1955184Radio Reports - 1955184Radio Reports - 1956184REA - 1953184Republican Policy Committees - 1955-1956184Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee - 1953184Staff - Letter written to - by Clements - 1956184Stevenson, Adlai E. - 1952184Taxes - 1954184Tidelands184Twenty Years of Teamwork184Unemployment - 1954184Vote Statistics - 1956184Voting Records for all Senators for past ten years - 1956184Watershed - 1955POST SENATORIAL SERIESBoxes 185-199The Post Senatorial Series, covering the years 1957-1959, consists of fifteen boxes divided into three sub-series: Departments (Box 185), Legislation (Boxes 186-188), Subjects (Boxes 189-199). During these years Clements served as Executive Director for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. All correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. For information covering political matters during these years consult the Political Series. InventoryDEPARTMENTS185Agriculture Department - General - 1957-1958185Agriculture Department - Kentucky Tobacco Program - 1958185Air Force Department - 1957-1958185Army Department - 1957185Atomic Energy Commission - 1957185Commerce Department - 1959185Interior Department - 1957185Justice Department - General - 1957-1958185Justice Department - Immigration & Naturalization Division - 1957-1958185Justice Department - Parole - Yager, James Bell185Kentucky Departments - 1957-1958185Post Office Department - Albany185Post Office Department - Clinton185Post Office Department - General - 1957185Post Office Department - General - 1958185Post Office Department - St. Mary's185Rural Electrification Administration - 1957185State Department - 1957185U.S. Information Agency - 1959185Veterans Administration - 1957LEGISLATION186Agriculture Committee - 1957-1958186Alaskan Statehood - 1957-1958186Appropriations Committee - 1957-1958186Appropriations Committee - 1959186Civil Rights - 1957-1958186Constitutional Rights Subcommittee186Construction Industry & Cy Anderson Interest - 1958186Economic Program - 1957-1958186Election Laws - 1957186Federal Aid to Education186Federal Aid to Highways - 1957186Fluorspar - 1957186Hawaii Statehood186Highway Program - 1959186Housing186Hoover Commission Report186Kentucky Election Laws - 1958187Labor - 1958187Middle East Resolution187Miscellaneous - 1957187Miscellaneous - January-April, 1958187Miscellaneous - May-June, 1958187Miscellaneous - July-December, 1958187Miscellaneous - 1959188Policy Committee - 1959188Postal Pay Raise - 1957-1958188Public Works - Barkley Lake - 1957-1958188Public Works - Big Sandy River188Public Works - Cumberland River - Devil Jump - 1957188Public Works - Delaware River Project - 1957188Public Works - Green River Program - 1957188Public Works - Licking River - 1957-1958188Public Works - Little Sandy - Tygarts Creek - 1957188Public Works - Miscellaneous - 1957-1958188Right to Work - 1957188Social Security - 1957-1958188Tariffs - 1957188Taxes - 1957-1958SUBJECTS189Acknowledgements - 1957189Acknowledgements - Christmas Gifts - 1957189Acknowledgements - January-June, 1958189Acknowledgements - July-December, 1958189Acknowledgements - 1958 Election189American Swiss Watch Problems - 1957189Annapolis Appointments - 1957189Bailey, Clay Wade - 1957-1958189Barkley Memorial Book List - 1957189Biographies of Senators189Camp Breckinridge - 1957189Campaign Expenditures189Campaign Workers189Committees - Senate - 1958189Chandler, A. B. - 1958189Condolences - 1958189Contributions to 1956 Campaign189Contributors Lists189COPE Area Director190Democratic National Committee - Bills Paid - 1958190Democratic National Committee - Democratic Digest - 1957190Democratic National Committee - Democratic Dinners - 1957-1958190Democratic National Committee - Democratic Dinners - May 4, 1957190Democratic National Committee - Democratic Dinners - Feb. 22, 1958190Democratic National Committee - Finance Committee190Democratic National Committee - Financial - 1957190Democratic National Committee - Meetings Called - 1958190Democratic National Committee - Midwest Conference - 1957-1958190Democratic National Committee - Miscellaneous - 1957-1958190Democratic National Committee - Officers and State Employees190Democratic National Committee - Political Organization - 1958190Democratic National Committee - Questionnaire - 1957190Democratic National Committee - Regional Representative for Political Action - 1958190Democratic National Committee - Research Material - 1957-1958190Democratic National Committee - Research Material - Lubell Lectures - 1957190Democratic National Committee - Spingarn, Stephen J. - 1957190Democratic National Committee - State Statistics190Democratic National Convention190Democratic Party - National Party190Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Appointment as Executive Director - 1957191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Contributions - 1958191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Alabama191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Arizona191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - California191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Connecticut191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Delaware191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Illinois191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Michigan191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Minnesota191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Missouri191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Montana191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - New Jersey191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - New Mexico191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - New Mexico Election Contest191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Oregon191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Rhode Island191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Tennessee191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Washington191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Financial Files - Wyoming191Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - Letters to Committeemen - 1958191Economics - 1958191Election Reforms19184th Congress - Reappraisal19285th Congress - Achievements19285th Congress - Committee Assignments19285th Congress - Legislative Recommendations - 195819285th Congress - Miscellaneous19285th Congress - Statistical Recap19285th Congress - Summary of Legislative Record - 1st Session - 1957192Felicitations - 1958192Graham, Thomas - 1957-1958192Hard Money - 1957192Johnson, Lyndon B. - 1957-1958192Johnson, Lyndon B. - Memorandums - 1957192Kentucky Departments - Attorney General's Office192Kentucky - Census of 1954192Kingsburg, Gil - 1957-1958193Labor Hearings - 1957193Lists - Committee for the Arts193Lists - Kentucky County Chairmen - 1957193Lists - Kentucky Counties Chairmen A-L - 1958193Lists - Kentucky Counties Chairmen M-Z - 1958193Lists - Kentucky Newspapers & Radio Stations193Lists - Miscellaneous - 1957193Louisville Defender193Middle East - Statement by Senator Fulbright - 1957193Miscellaneous - January-February, 1957193Miscellaneous - March-August, 1957193Miscellaneous - September-December, 1957193Miscellaneous - 1958193Mitchell, William H. - 1957194Norman Case - 1957194Office - 1957-1958194Personal - January-June, 1957194Personal - July-December, 1957194Personal - January-June, 1958194Personal - July-December, 1958194Personal - Clements, Sara - 1956-1959195Political - 1956 Campaign and Future - 1956195Political - 1956 Campaign and Future - 1957195Positions - A-L - 1958195Positions - M-Z - 1958195Positions - Resumes to be submitted to New Senators - 1958196Post Office Contacts in Kentucky - 1957196Press Releases - 1958196Printing196Requests - January-July, 1957196Requests - August-December, 1957196Requests - January-August, 1958196Requests - September-December, 1958196Senators up for re-election - 1958196Seniority System in the Senate - 1957196Speech Data - 1950-1960196Submerged Lands Act - 1957196Tennessee Plan - 1957-1958196Vice Presidential Criticism of the Senate - 1957196West Point Appointments - 1957-1958197Acknowledgements - 1959197Condolences - 1959197COPE Conference - 1959197COPE Political Memos - 1959197COPE Research Department - 1959197Democratic National Committee - Paul Butler's views on progress of 86th Congress - 1959197Democratic National Committee - Lists of State Chairmen - 1959197Democratic National Committee - Miscellaneous Chairmen197Feasibility Study of Establishing a Drydock in Port AV Spain Trinidad - 1959197Felicitations - 1959197Good Wishes - 1959197Government - Metropolitian - 1959197Graham, Thomas - 1959197Humphrey for President - 1959198Invitations - 1959198Johnson, Lyndon B. for President - 1959198Kentucky - 1959 Legislature198Kentucky - Merit System - 1959198Louisville - 1959198Office - 1959198Miscellaneous - 1959198Personal - 1959198Positions - A-L - 1959199Positions - M-Z - 1959199Public Works - 1959199Railroad Men - 1959199Requests - January-July, 1959199Requests - August-December, 1959199Rockefeller for President - 1959199Visitors - 1959HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER'S SERIESBoxes 200-201 The Highway Commissioner Series deals with Clements' brief tenure as Highway Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1960. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by topic and chronologically therein. Inventory200Acknowledgements - to Clements - 1959-1960200Acknowledgements - Christmas Cards & Gifts - 1959-1960200Acknowledgements - General - December, 1959-January, 1960200Acknowledgements - General - February-April, 1960200Acknowledgements - General - May-August 10, 1960200Acknowledgements - General - August 23-29, 1960200Appointments - 1959-1960200Congratulations on Appointment - December 11-14, 1959200Congratulations on Appointment - December 15, 1959-1960201Invitations - December, 1959-March, 1960201Invitations - April-May, 1960201Invitations - June-July, 1960201Invitations - August, 1960201Personal - January-March, 1960201Personal - April-August, 1960201Suggs, Helen - 1960201Travel Authorization - 1960201Visitors - 1959-1960FINANCIAL SERIESBoxes 202-206The Financial Series, covering the years 1940-1960, consists of five boxes and deals solely with Clements; personal financial matters such as bills, receipts, and income tax returns. All material is arranged chronologically. Inventory202Bills and Receipts - 1951202Bills and Receipts - 1952202Bills and Receipts - 1953202Bills and Receipts - January-June, 1954202Bills and Receipts - July-December, 1954203Bills and Receipts - January-June, 1955203Bills and Receipts - July-December, 1955203Bills and Receipts - 1956 (Folder 1)203Bills and Receipts - 1956 (Folder 2)203Bills and Receipts - 1956 (Folder 3)203Bills and Receipts - 1956 (Folder 4)204Bills and Receipts - January-June, 1957204Bills and Receipts - July-December, 1957204Bills and Receipts - January-June, 1958204Bills and Receipts - July-December, 1958205Bills and Receipts - Clements Train Wreck - 1958-1959205Bills and Receipts - 1960205Income Tax Returns - 1940205Income Tax Returns - 1941205Income Tax Returns - 1942205Income Tax Returns - 1943205Income Tax Returns - 1944205Income Tax Returns - 1945205Income Tax Returns - 1946205Income Tax Returns - 1947205Income Tax Returns - 1948205Income Tax Returns - 1949205Income Tax Returns - 1950205Income Tax Returns - 1951205Income Tax Returns - 1952205Income Tax Returns - 1953205Income Tax Returns - 1954205Income Tax Returns - 1955205Income Tax Returns - 1956205Income Tax Returns - 1957206Investment Records - 1957-1958206Riggs National Bank - 1952-1954206Used Checkbooks - 1954-1958POLITICAL SERIESBoxes 207-269The Political Series, covering the years 1942-1959, consists of sixty-three boxes. The series is divided according to the various stages of Clements' political career into four sub-series: Congressional Sub-Series (Boxes 207-210) - Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders for the years 1942-1954, and the year 1946. Most of the correspondence concerns Clements' two successful Congressional campaigns. Gubernatorial Sub-Series (Boxes 211-231) - Organized in two sections: Governor's Race of 1947 (Boxes 211-227) - In boxes 211-220 all material is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. The remainder of the section, boxes 221-227, concerns electoral strategy and campaign planning and is arranged in ascending numerical order by Congressional Districts and within each district folders are arranged alphabetically by county. Correspondence (Boxes 228-231) - Correspondence after the Governor's Race of 1947 is found arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Senatorial Sub-Series (Boxes 232-264) - Organized in two sections: Correspondence (Boxes 232-244) - Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Such diverse topics as the Democratic National Conventions of 1952 and 1956, the Democratic National Committee, The Kentucky Governor's Race of 1955, and the Senate Campaign Committee of which Clements was director from 1952 to 1954 are found in this section. Senatorial Campaigns: 1950 (Boxes 245-255), General Correspondence (Boxes 245-252) - Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Electoral Strategy and Campaign Planning Correspondence (Boxes 253-255) - Arranged alphabetically by county. 1956 (Boxes 256-264) - Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Primary Election (Boxes 256-260) General Election (Boxes 260-264)Post Senatorial Sub-Series (Boxes 265-269) - Concerned with Kentucky politics except for the first two folders of box 265 which contain General Materials from 1957-1958 and 1959. Material in the rest of box 265 concerns 1957 Kentucky political matters and is arranged chronologically within the folders. The remainder of the sub-series involves 1959 political contests and is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Congressional Sub-SeriesDescription: The Congressional sub-series (boxes 207-210) is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders for the years 1942-1945, and the year 1946. Most of the correspondence concerns Clements two successful Congressional campaigns.InventoryCONGRESSIONAL207Campaign - 1942-July 19, 1944207Campaign - July 22-August, 1944207Campaign - September-December, 1944207Expense Account - 1944207General - 1944 - March, 1945207General - April-July, 1945208General - August-October, 1945208General - November-December, 1945208Lists - Democratic Committeemen, Delegates & Officers - Adair-Graves, 1945.208Lists - Democratic Committeemen, Delegates & Officers - Grayson-Marion, 1945208Lists - Democratic Committeemen, Delegates & Officers - Marshall-Woodford - 1945209Pictorial Directory of Victory Congress - 1945209Sherwood, W. S. - 1945-1946209Campaign - April-September, 1946209Campaign - October, 1946209Campaign - November 1-12, 1946209Campaign - November 13-21, 1946210Campaign - November 22-December, 1946210Campaign - 1946-Literature210Campaign - 1946-Postmasters210General - January-February, 1946210General - March-April, 1946210General - May-June, 1946210General - July-December, 1946Gubernatorial Sub-SeriesDescription: The Gubernatorial sub-series (boxes 211-231) is organized in two sections. The first section (boxes 211-227) deals with the Governor's Race of 1947. In boxes 211-220 all material is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. The remainder of the section (boxes 221-227) concerns electoral strategy and campaign planning and is arranged in ascending numerical order by Congressional districts and within each district folders are arranged alphabetically by county. In the second section (boxes 228-231) correspondence after the Governor's Race of 1947 is found and it is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders.InventoryGubernatorial211Governor's Race - 1947 - A - January-July, 1947211Governor's Race - 1947 - A - August-December, 1947211Governor's Race - 1947 - Agriculture - 1947211Governor's Race - 1947 - Ba - 1946-1947211Governor's Race - 1947 - Be-Bo - 1947211Governor's Race - 1947 - Br-By - 1947211Governor's Race - 1947 - Ca - 1947211Governor's Race - 1947 - Ch-Cl - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - Co - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - Cr-Cu - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - Clements - General - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - Clements - Personal - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - Contributions - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - Constitutional Revision - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - Copies of Correspondence sent to various individuals - 1947212Governor's Race - 1947 - D - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Donovan, H. L. - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Dummit, Eldon S. - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - E - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Editorial Material - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Education - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Election - Expense Account - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Election - Returns - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Endorsements - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Expenses - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - F - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Finance - General - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Finance - Murray, R. L. - 1947213Governor's Race - 1947 - Ga-Gi - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - Gl-Gy - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - Game to Fish-Wildlife Conservation - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - General - 1946-1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - Graham, Thomas - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - Ha - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - He-Hi - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - Ho-Hu - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - Hensley-Inter-office Memos - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - Highway Safety Conference - 1947214Governor's Race - 1947 - I - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - Industries - New - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - Industry - Manufacturer's Record - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - Insurance - Fire and Tornado - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - Invitations - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - J - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - Johnson, Keen - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - K - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - Kentucky Municipal League - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - Kilgore, Ben - 1947215Governor's Race - 1947 - L - 1947216Governor's Race - 1947 - Labor Endorsements - 1947216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - General216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - Kentucky State Bar Association216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - Osteopaths216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - Radio Stations & Newspapers216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - Registered Pharmacists216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - REA Speech216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - State Senators & Representatives216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - State Wide216Governor's Race - 1947 - Lists - Thank you notes217Governor's Race - 1947 - Mc - 1947217Governor's Race - 1947 - Ma-Me - 1947217Governor's Race - 1947 - Mi-My - 1947217Governor's Race - 1947 - Maps - 1947217Governor's Race - 1947 - Miscellaneous - 1947217Governor's Race - 1947 - N - 1947217Governor's Race - 1947 - O - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Pa-Pi - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Pl-Py - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Porter, Paul A. - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Post Office Applications for positions 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Property Tax - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Q - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Ra-Ri - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Ro-Ry - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Radio Rates - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Reports on Letters - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Resolutions - 1947218Governor's Race - 1947 - Sa-Sh - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Si-Sn - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - So-Sw - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Scrapbook Material - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Shouse, Jouett - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Southern Pacific - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Speeches & Statements - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Ta-Th - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Ti-Ty - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Teachers Inquirers - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Teachers Retirement - 1947219Governor's Race - 1947 - Thank you letters - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Timberlake, C. L. - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - U - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Underwood, Tom - January-August, 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Underwood, Tom - September-December, 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - V - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Veterans Legislation - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Voting Records - Taft & Clements - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Wa-We - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Wh-Will - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Wils-Wy - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - Waterfield Campaign Material - 1947220Governor's Race - 1947 - XYZ - 1947221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Ballard County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Carlise County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Christian County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Fulton County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Graves County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Hickman County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Livingston County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Lyon County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - McCracken County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Marshall County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 1st District - Trigg County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Allen County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Butler County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Caldwell County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Calloway County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Crittenden County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Daviess County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Edmonson County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Henderson County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Hopkins County221Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Logan County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - McLean County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Muhlenberg County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Ohio County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Simpson County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Todd County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Union County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Warren County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 2nd District - Webster County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 3rd District - Jefferson County - January-July, 1947222Governor's Race - 1947 - 3rd District - Jefferson County - August-December, 1947222Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Adair County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Anderson County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Barren County222Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Breckinridge County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Bullitt County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Grayson County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Green County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Hancock County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Hardin County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Hart County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Larue County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Marion County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Meade County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Metcalf County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Nelson County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Shelby County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Spencer County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Taylor County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 4th District - Washington County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Boone County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Campbell County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Carroll County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Gallatin County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Grant County223Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Kenton County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Oldham County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Pendleton County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 5th District - Trimble County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Bourbon County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Boyle County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Casey County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Clark County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Estill County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Fayette County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Franklin County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Garrard County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Henry County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Jessamine County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Lee County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Lincoln County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Madison County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Mercer County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Owen County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Scott County224Governor's Race - 1947 - 6th District - Woodford County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Floyd County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Johnson County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Knott County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Letcher County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Magoffin County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Martin County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Perry County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 7th District - Pike County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Bath County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Boyd County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Bracken County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Breathitt County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Carter County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Elliot County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Fleming County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Greenup County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Harrison County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Lawrence County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Lewis County225Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Mason County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Menifee County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Montgomery County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Morgan County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Nicholas County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Powell County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Robertson County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Rowan County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 8th District - Wolfe County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Bell County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Clay County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Clinton County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Cumberland County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Harlan County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Jackson County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Knox County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Laurel County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Leslie County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - McCreary County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Monroe County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Owsley County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Pulaski County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Rockcastle County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Russell County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Wayne County226Governor's Race - 1947 - 9th District - Whitley County227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 1st District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 2nd District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 3rd District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 4th District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 5th District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 6th District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 7th District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 8th District227Governor's Race - 1947 - Electoral Statistics & Strategy 9th District228Congratulatory letters - 1949 (folder 1)228Congratulatory letters - 1949 (folder 2)228Congressional Representative for the 2nd District - 1947-1948228Democratic National Convention - June-July 26, 1948228Democratic National Convention - July 27-August, 1948228General - 1947 - January, 1948229General - February-May, 1948229General - June-August, 1948229General - September-October, 1948229General - November, 1948230General - December, 1948230General - January, 1949230General - February-April, 1949230General - May-July, 1949230General - August-September, 1949231General - November, 1949- April, 1950231General - May-November, 1950231Lists - PTA Committees - 1949 (folder 1)231Lists - PTA Committees - 1949 (folder 2)231Purgation Board, - 1948231Resignations - 1949231Senatorial Race - 1948231State Central Committee - 1948231Truesdell, C. B. - 1948-1950231Underwood, Tom - 1947-1948Senatorial Sub-SeriesThe Senatorial sub-series (boxes 232-264) is organized into two sections. In the first section (boxes 232-244) correspondence is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. Such diverse topics as the Democratic National Conventions of 1952 and 1956, the Democratic National Committee, the Kentucky Governor's Race of 1955 and the Senate Campaign Committee of which Clements was director from 1952 to 1954 are found in this section. In the second section (boxes 245-264) there is extensive material on Clements Senatorial campaigns of 1950 and 1956. The Senatorial campaign of 1950 (boxes 245-255) is divided into two parts. Correspondence in the first part (boxes 245-252) is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders. In the second part (boxes 253-255) correspondence on electoral strategy and campaign planning is arranged alphabetically by county. The Senatorial campaign of 1956 (boxes 256-264) also is divided into two parts. Part one (boxes 256-260) deals with the primary election and part two (boxes 260-264) with the general election. Correspondence in both parts is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders.InventorySENATORIAL232Democratic National Campaign - 1952 - Barkley, Alben for President January-July, 1952232Democratic National Campaign - 1952 - Barkley, Alben for President August-September, 1952232Democratic National Campaign - 1952 - General232Democratic National Campaign - 1952 - Kefauver, Estes for President232Democratic National Campaign - 1952 - Russell, Richard for President232Democratic National Campaign - 1952 - Stevenson, Adlai232Democratic National Campaign - 1956 - General233Democratic National Committee - Candidates for 1956 - Morse - 1955233Democratic National Committee - Chairmanship of DNC for Clements - 1954233Democratic National Committee - Convention Site for 1956 - 1954233Democratic National Committee - Credentials Committee - 1955233Democratic National Committee - Democratic Digest - 1953-1955233Democratic National Committee - Dinners - 1954-1955233Democratic National Committee - Finances - 1954233Democratic National Committee - General - 1951-1952233Democratic National Committee - General - 1953233Democratic National Committee - General - 1954-1955233Democratic National Committee - General - 1956233Democratic National Committee - Invitations - 1954233Democratic National Committee - Meetings - 1954-1955233Democratic National Committee - Mitchell, Stephen A. - 1952-1954233Democratic National Committee - National Committeemen - 1954233Democratic National Committee - Publicity - 1955233Democratic National Committee - Research Division - 1952-1954233Democratic National Committee - Rules for 1956 - 1954-1955233Democratic National Committee - Senate Representation - 1955233Democratic National Committee - Speakers - 1954-1955233Democratic National Committee - Women's Activities - 1953-1954234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Credentials Committee234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Delegates & Tickets234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Harriman for President234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Hotel Reservation234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Kerr for President234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Miscellaneous234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Platform234Democratic National Convention - 1952 - Schedule234Democratic National Convention - 1956 - Miscellaneous235General - 1952235General - January-April, 1953235General - May-July, 1953235General - August-December, 1953235General - 1954236Kentucky - Campaign - 1952 - Bates, Joe for Congress236Kentucky - Campaign - 1952 - Congratulatory letters236Kentucky - Campaign - 1952 - Election Returns236Kentucky - Campaign - 1952 - Healy, Joseph C.236Kentucky - Campaign - 1952 - Miscellaneous236Kentukcy - Campaign - 1952 - Personnel236Kentucky - Campaign - 1952 - Underwood, Tom236Kentucky - Campaign - 1953 - Withers, Tom236Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - Barkley, Alben236Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - Cooper, John Sherman236Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - General - February-August, 1954237Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - General - September, 1954237Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - General - October, 1954237Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - General - November, 1954237Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - Perkins, Carl237Kentucky - Campaign - 1954 - Robertson, Harrison237Kentucky - Congressional Redistricting - 1956237Kentucky - County Chairman - 1954237Kentucky - County Chairman - 1955237Kentucky - County Chairman - 1956237Kentucky - County Contacts - 1956237Kentucky - County Officials - 1954238Kentucky - County Organization Plan - 1952238Kentucky - Election Returns - 1953238Kentucky - General - 1954238Kentucky - General - 1955238Kentucky - General - 1956238Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - Campaign Literature238Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - Chandler Speeches & Propaganda238Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - General - January-April, 1955239Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - General - May-June, 1955239Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - General - July, 1955239Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - General - August, 1955239Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - General - September-December, 1955239Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - Labor Record of Chandler & Combs239Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - Letters Unanswered239Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1955 - Memos & Miscellaneous Matters240Kentucky - Highways & Truck Legislation - 1956240Kentucky - Keeneland Tax Repeal Clippings - 1956240Kentucky - Lists - Precinct Organization for Senator Barkley 1st District - 1954240Kentucky - Lists - Precinct Organization for Senator Barkley 2nd District - 1954240Kentucky - Lists - Precinct Organization for Senator Barkley 4th District - 1954240Kentucky - Lists - Precinct Organization for Senator Barkley 5th District - 1954240Kentucky - Lists - Precinct Organization for Senator Barkley 6th District - 1954240Kentucky - Lists - Precinct Organization for Senator Barkley 7th District - 1954240Kentucky - Lists - Precinct Organization for Senator Barkley 8th District - 1954240Kentucky - Morton, Thruston B. Legislative Record240Kentucky - News Clippings on Clements - 1954-1955240Kentucky - State Democratic Central Executive Committee - 1952-1954240Kentucky - State Democratic Organization - 1956240Kentucky - State Legislature - Miscellaneous Clippings - 1956240Kentucky - Voting Record of Noble Gregory (1940-1952)240Kentucky - Welfare Department - 1956241Senate Campaign Committee - Birkhead Memoranda241Senate Campaign Committee - Campaign Expenditures - 1954 (folder 1)241Senate Campaign Committee - Campaign Expenditures - 1954 (folder 2)241Senate Campaign Committee - Campaign Positions241Senate Campaign Committee - Finances - 1952-1953241Senate Campaign Committee - Finances - 1954241Senate Campaign Committee - General - 1952-1954242Senate Campaign Committee - Invitations - 1954242Senate Campaign Committee - Labor Organizations - 1952242Senate Campaign Committee - Meetings & Lunches - 1954242Senate Campaign Committee - Newspaper Clippings - 1952242Senate Campaign Committee - Personnel - 1952242Senate Campaign Committee - Press Release - 1952242Senate Campaign Committee - Primary - 1952242Senate Campaign Committee - Radio-Television - 1954242Senate Campaign Committee - Record of Senator Harry P. Cain - 1952242Senate Campaign Committee - Report of Clements upon his resignation 1954242Senate Campaign Committee - Speakers - 1953-1954242Senate Campaign Committee - Voting Records242Senate Campaign Committee - Voting Statistics242Senate Campaign Committee - Workbook243Senate Campaign Committee - Alabama - 1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Arizona - 1952-1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Arkansas - 1953-1954243Senate Campaign Committee - California - 1954-1955243Senate Campaign Committee - Colorado - 1953-1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Connecticut - 1952243Senate Campaign Committee - Delaware - 1952-1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Eighty-third Congress - 1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Florida - 1955243Senate Campaign Committee - Georgia - 1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Hawaii243Senate Campaign Committee - Idaho - 1953-1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Illinois - 1953-1954243Senate Campaign Committee - Indiana - 1952243Senate Campaign Committee - Iowa - 1954243Senate Campaign Committee - 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1950 - Associated Industries of Kentucky245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bailey, Clay Wade245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bates, Joe B.245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bowling Green Meeting245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Buckman, J.D. - Young Democratic Clubs245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Census Data245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Chairmen - Congratulations245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Chairwomen - Congratulations245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Chairmen Lists245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Chelf, Frank245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Circular Letters245Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Colored Voters246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Complaints246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Congratulation Letters - August 1-15, 1950246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Congratulation Letters - August 16-November 20, 1950246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Congratulations - A-B246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Congratulations - C-G246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Congratulations - H-Mc246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Congratulations - Ma-T246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Congratulations - U-Z246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Contributions246Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - County Officials247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Dawson, Charles I.247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Democratic Candidates247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Doctors247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Donations247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Election returns from prior elections247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Endorsements247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Engineers Manual247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Expense Account247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Expense Reports247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Farmer's247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Federal Employees247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - General Correspondence - carbon copies247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - General - A247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - General - B247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - General - C247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - General - D247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - General - E-G247Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - General - 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Sims248Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lists - General (folder 1)248Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lists - General (folder 2)248Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lists - Newspapers249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lists - Postmasters249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Mailing Lists249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Maloney Tobacco Circular249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Miscellaneous249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Monastery Visit249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Morehead Meeting249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Morticians249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - News Releases249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Newspaper Endorsements249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Nurses249Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Organization Meetings250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Papers250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Perkins, Carl D.250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Personal letters and forms250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Position Papers250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Postmasters250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Primary - June 1950250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Primary - July-August, 1950250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Publicity - Copies of speeches, press releases, etc.250Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Publicity - Correspondence of Herndon Evans251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Publicity - General251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Radio251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Republican251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Roads251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Schools251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Senate251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Senatorial Campaign Committee251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Shelbyville Meeting251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Soil Conservation Supervisors & Officials251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Solicitation Letters251Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Speakers252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Speakers Chairman Itinerary252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Spence, Brent252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Support252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Thank you letters (folder 1)252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Thank you letters (folder 2)252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Underwood Tom252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Veterinarians252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Whitaker, John A.252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Withers, Garrett L.252Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Woman's Chairman253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 1st District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 2nd District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 3rd District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 4th District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 5th District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 6th District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 7th District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 8th District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - 9th District253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Adair County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Allen County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Anderson County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Ballard County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Barren County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bath County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bell County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Boone County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bourbon County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Boyd County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Boyle County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bracken County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Breathitt County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Breckinridge County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Bullitt County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Butler County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Caldwell County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Calloway County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Campbell County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Carlisle County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Carroll County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Carter County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Casey County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Christian County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Clark County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Clay County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Clinton County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Crittenden County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Cumberland County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Daviess County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Edmonson County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Elliott County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Estill County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Fayette County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Fleming County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Floyd County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Franklin County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Fulton County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Gallatin County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Garrard County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Grant County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Graves County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Grayson County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Green County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Greenup County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Hancock County253Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Hardin County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Harlan County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Harrison County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Hart County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Henderson County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Henry County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Hickman County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Hopkins County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Jackson County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Jefferson County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Jessamine County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Johnson County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Kenton County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Knott County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Knox County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Larue County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Laurel County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lawrence County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lee County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Leslie County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Letcher County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lewis County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lincoln County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Livingston County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Logan County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Lyon County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - McCracken County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - McCreary County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - McLean County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Madison County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Magoffin County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Marion County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Marshall County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Martin County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Mason County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Meade County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Menifee County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Mercer County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Metcalfe County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Monroe County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Montgomery County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Morgan County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Muhlenburg County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Nelson County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Nicholas County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Ohio County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Oldham County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Owen County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Owsley County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Pendleton County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Perry County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Pike County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Powell County254Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Pulaski County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Robertson County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Rockcastle County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Rowan County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Russell County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Scott County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Shelby County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Simpson County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Spencer County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Taylor County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Todd County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Trigg County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Trimble County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Union County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Warren County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Washington County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Wayne County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Webster County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Whitley County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Wolfe County255Senatorial Campaign - 1950 - Woodford County256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - 1955256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Bates. Joe, Leader for256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Bates, Joe, List of County Chairmen256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Bates, Joe, Voting Record256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Clements County Chairman256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - January 1956256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - February 1-16, 1956256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - February 17-29, 1956256Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - March 1-10, 1956257Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - March 10-15, 1956257Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - March 16-22, 1956257Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - March 23-31, 1956257Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - April 1-10, 1956257Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - April 11-22, 1956257Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - April 23-30, 1956258Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - May 1-10, 1956258Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - May 11-20, 1956258Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Miscellaneous - May 21-31, 1956258Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - List of Chairmen - Adair-Greenup Counties258Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - List of Chairmen - Hancock-Menifee Counties258Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - List of Chairmen - Mercer-Woodford Counties258Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Primary - Primary Returns259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - A June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - B - June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - C - June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - D-E - June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - F-G - June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - H-I - June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - J-K - June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - L-Mc - June, 1956259Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - M-N - June, 1956260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - O-R - June, 1956260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - S - June, 1956260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - Congratulations on Victory - T-V - June, 1956260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Labor Endorsements260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Labor Record of Clements260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Lists of County Chairmen - Adair-Greenup Counties260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Lists of County Chairmen - Hancock-Menifee Counties260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Lists of County Chairmen - Mercer-Woodford Counties260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - List of Contributors260Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - June 1-12, 1956261Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - June 13-19, 1956261Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - June 20-30, 1956261Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - July 1-12, 1956261Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - July 13-31, 1956261Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - August, 1956261Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - September, 1956262Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - October 1-13, 1956262Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - October 13-31, 1956262Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - November 1-10, 1956262Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - November 11-15, 1956262Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - November 16-19, 1956262Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - November 20-23, 1956263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - November 24-27, 1956263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - November 28-December 4, 1956263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - December 5-17, 1956263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous - December 18-31, 1956263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Miscellaneous263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Political Poll - 1956263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Precinct Organization 1st District263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Precinct Organization 2nd District263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Precinct Organization 4th District263Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Precinct Organization 5th District264Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Precinct Organization 6th District264Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Precinct Organization 7th District264Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Precinct Organization 8th District264Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Thank you letters264Senatorial Campaign - 1956 - General Election - Voting Record of John Sherman CooperPost Senatorial Sub-SeriesThe Post Senatorial sub-series (boxes 265-269) except for the first two folders of box 265 is concerned exclusively with Kentucky politics. Material in the rest of box 265 concerns 1957 Kentucky political matters and is arranged chronologically within the folders. The remainder of the sub-series involves 1959 political contests and is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within the folders.InventoryPOST-SENATORIAL265General - 1957-1958265General - 1959265Kentucky - Congratulatory letters to election winners - 1957265Kentucky - Financial aid for campaigns - 1957265Kentucky - General - January-April, 1957265Kentucky - General - May-June, 1957265Kentucky - General - July-October, 1957265Kentucky - General - November-December, 1957266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Congratulations to Senators & Representatives266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Contributions266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Democratic Party Organization266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Fall Election Strategy266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Financial266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - General Assembly Members & Candidates266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - General Election Lists266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Miscellaneous266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Morgan, Jack Story266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - People Interested in Jobs with the State266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Prichard, Edward266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Primary Results266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Regrets to those who lost Legislative Races266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Waterfield County Chairmen266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Waterfield Legislative Record266Kentucky - Campaign - 1959 - Watts, John C. as Chairman267Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - Combs, Bert267Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - Congratulations267Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - Congratulations to Clements267Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - Congratulations to Nominees267Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - Election Returns267Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - General - January-March 6, 1958267Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - General - March 10-June 14, 1958268Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - General - June 16-September 16, 1958268Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - General - September 18, 1958 - February 27, 1959268Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - General - A-L - 1959269Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - General - M-Z - 1959269Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - List of County Chairmen by District269Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - Opposition Side269Kentucky - Governor's Race - 1959 - Survey & Reports from County ChairmenNEWSPAPER CLIPPING SERIESBoxes 270-286 The Newspaper Clippings Series consists of seventeen boxes and covers the years 1938-1960. Clippings are arranged chronologically. Inventory270April, 1938270September and December, 1939270July, 1942270May, 1944270June, 1944270July, 1944270August, 1944270November, 1944270December, 1944270February, 1945270April, 1945270May, 1945270June, 1945270July, 1945270August, 1945270September, 1945270October, 1945270November, 1945270December, 1945271January, 1946271February, 1946271March, 1946271April, 1946271May, 1946271June, 1946271July, 1946271September, 1946271October, 1946271November, 1946271December, 1946271January, 1947271February, 1947271March, 1947271April, 1947272May, 1947272July, 1947272August, 1947272September, 1947272November, 1947272December, 19472721947 - Governor's Race (Folder 1)2721947 - Governor's Race (Folder 2)2731947 - Governor's Race (Folder 3)2731947 - Governor's Race (Folder 4)2731947 - Governor's Race (Folder 5)2731947 - Governor's Race (Folder 6)274January, 1949274February, 1949274March, 1949274April, 1949274May, 1949274July, 1949274August, 1949274September 1949274October, 1949274December, 1949275January, 1950275February, 1950275March, 1950275April, 1950275May, 1950275June, 1950275June, 1950 Senatorial Campaign275August, 1950 Senatorial Campaign275September, 1950 Senatorial Campaign275October, 1950 Senatorial Campaign275November, 1950 Senatorial Campaign276July, 1950276August, 1950276September, 1950276October, 1950 (Folder 1)276October, 1950 (Folder 2)276November, 1950277January, 1951277February, 1951277March, 1951277April, 1951277May, 1951277June, 1951277July, 1951277August, 1951277September, 1951277October, 1951277November, 1951277February, 1952277March, 1952277July, 1952277September, 1952277December, 1952278January, 1953278February, 1953278March, 1953278April, 1953278May, 1953278June, 1953278July, 1953278August, 1953278September, 1953278October, 1953278November, 1953278December, 1953279January, 1954279February, 1954279March, 1954279April, 1954279May, 1954279June, 1954279November, 1954279December, 1954279January, 1955279March, 1955279April, 1955279May, 1955279June 1955279July, 1955279August, 1955279September, 1955279October, 1955279November, 1955279December, 1955280January, 1955 Governor's Race280February, 1955 Governor's Race280March, 1955 Governor's Race280April, 1955 Governor's Race280May, 1955 Governor's Race280June, 1955 Governor's Race280July, 1955 Governor's Race (Folder 1)280July, 1955 Governor's Race (Folder 2)281August, 1955 Governor's Race (Folder 1)281August, 1955 Governor's Race (Folder 2)281September 1955 Governor's Race281October, 1955281November, 1955281December, 1955282January, 1956282February, 1956282March, 1956282April, 1956282May, 1956283June, 1956283July, 1956283August, 1956283September, 1956283October, 1956283November, 1956283December, 1956284August, 1956 Political Campaign284September, 1956 Political Campaign284October, 1956 Political Campaign284November, 1956 Political Campaign284January, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284February, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284March, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284April, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284May, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284June, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284July, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284August, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284September, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284October, 1956 Clements Campaign for re-election284February, 1956 General Political284March, 1956 General Political284April, 1956 General Political284May, 1956 General Political284June, 1956 General Political284July, 1956 General Political284December, 1956 General Political285February, 1957285October, 1957285May, 1958285September, 1958285October, 1958285November 1958285December, 1958285January, 1959285February, 1959285March, 1959285April, 1959285May, 1959285June, 1959286July, 1959286August, 1959286September, 1959286October, 1959286November, 1959286December, 1959286March, 1959 Governor's Race286April, 1959 Governor's Race286May, 1959 Governor's Race286April, 1960286August, 1960286September, 1960286Miscellaneous286MiscellaneousSPEECH SERIESBoxes 287-297 The Speech Series, covering the years 1942-1958, consists of eleven boxes. All speeches are arranged in chronological order with the date, title and place of the speech included. When available, pertinent correspondence has been filed with the speech. Inventory2871942Campaign speech endorsing John Y. Brown for U.S. Senate in Democratic Primary, no place.287September 1944Speech for Labor Day observance, Central City, Kentucky. Lauds working man as a vital force in nation.287October 21, 1944Campaign speech for House of Representatives, Owensboro, Kentucky. Calls upon citizens to vote Democratic to ensure country's future.2871945-1947Miscellaneous Speech materials. Contains brief articles, speeches and quotations.2871945Speech by Landon Cabell Flournoy, Jr. at dedication of Camp Breckinridge, Kentucky.287June 7, 1945Radio Interview - WHAS - Louisville. Discusses Special House committee investigating food shortages.287June 30, 1945Radio Interview - WLW - Cincinnati. Discusses Special House committee investigating food shortages.287July 30, 1945Speech by Dr. Franklyn Bliss Snyder, Chicago. Honors Col. Robert R. McCormick on his sixty-fifth birthday.2871946Speech before Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, Owensboro, Kentucky. Reports to constituents his experiences as part of Congress.2871946Speech for national campaign, no place. Extolls merits of Democratic Party.2871946Speech prepared for radio broadcast, no time or place. Reports on role of banks and government in economic recovery after 1933.287February 22, 1946Radio Interview - WRC Washington, D. C. Allays fears of impending food shortages.287September 18, 1946Speech dedicating Mammoth Cave National Park.287October 4, 1946Speech by Alben W Barkley to Young Democrats Louisville, Kentucky.287October 25, 1946Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Stresses importance of voting Democratic ticket.287November 27, 1946Speech before Rotary Club, Owensboro, Kentucky. Cites blessings of free nation concentrates on coming election.287December 1, 1946Memorial Address to B P.O.E. Henderson Lodge, No. 206, Henderson, Kentucky.2871947Speech on current state of education in Kentucky no place. Shows need for increasing expenditures to promote higher standards.2871947Campaign speech in Democratic Primary for Governor, no place. Concentrates on importance of agriculture to state.2871947Scripts for brief radio speeches for a county judge, combat veteran, mayor, and tobacco farmer.287May 12, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic Primary for Governor - WHAS - Louisville.287May 19, 1947Campaign speech endorsing Clements by Tom Underwood, no place.287May 26, 1947Two Radio speeches supporting Clements - WHAS - Louisville, by James L. Cobb and by William H. Natcher.287June 12, 1947Campaign Speech in Democratic Primary for Governor - WHAS - Louisville. Discusses budget cut in TVA and its effect on REA.287June 28, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic Primary for Governor, Glasgow, Kentucky.287July 5 1947Campaign speech in Democratic Primary for Governor, Maysville, Kentucky.288July 1947Radio speeches endorsing Clements for Governor - WHAS - Louisville. John W. Jones, July 18: H. Clyde Reeves, July 23.288July 5, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic Primary for Governor, Ashland, Kentucky; simultaneous broadcast - WHAS - Louisville.288July 10, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic primary for Governor, Fancy Farm, Kentucky.288July 12, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic primary for Governor Woodford County, Kentucky.288July 15, 1947Commencement address, Paducah, Kentucky, Challenges graduates to face and accept new world.288July 16, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic Primary for Governor, Hopkinsville, Kentucky.288July 18, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic primary for Governor, Madisonville, Kentucky.288July 19, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic Primary for Governor Princeton, Kentucky; simultaneous broadcast - WHAS - Louisville.288July 24, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic primary for Governor Kenton - Campbell Rally.288July 24, 1947Campaign speech in Democratic primary for Governor, Louisville.288July 30, 1947Campaign speech endorsing Clements by Tom Underwood, no place.288August 1, 1947Campaign speech endorsing Clements by Tom Underwood, assigned on or about August 1, no place.288August 1, 1947Closing campaign speech in primary, Morganfield, Kentucky.288August 26, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race, Pikeville, Kentucky.288August 27, 1947Campaign speeches endorsing Clements by Mrs. Lucy L. Smith and Tom Underwood - WHAS - Louisville.288September, 1947Campaign speech draft.288September 1, 1947Campaign statements. Collection of statements made by Clements during primary and general election.288September 1, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race. Planned for delivery at Somerset. Kentucky.288September 22, 1947Speech by Fred Vinson before American Bar Association, Cleveland, Ohio. Affirms that challenge can lead to achievement.288September 24, 1947Campaign speech endorsing Clements by Hon. Ben Kilgore - WHAS - Louisville.288September 24, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race. Delivered before Kentucky Municipal League Meeting, no place.288September 27, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race, Morehead, Kentucky.288October, 1947Campaign speech draft. Proposes change in policy and expenditures for Kentucky Aeronautics Commission.288October, 1947Radio forums in October - WHAS - Louisville. October 29: Chapman, Chelf, Bates, Spence, Gregory, Underwood; October 27: Mrs. Offutt, Mrs. Rutherford, Mrs. Settle; October 8: Underwood, Hodgkin, Walters, Funk, Wetherby.289October 4, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race, Murray, Kentucky.289October 11, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race, to League of Women Voters, Lexington, Kentucky. Discusses education, welfare, taxation, State personnel selection.289October 13, 1947Copy of speech made by Governor Willis on September 29, 1943 received. Willis speaks for reduction of expenses. Cover letter.289October 15, 1947Campaign Speech endorsing Clements by Senator Lee Moore - WHAS - Louisville.289October 16, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race to Women's Democratic Club, Louisville.289October 21, 1947Campaign speech endorsing Clements by Adron Doran - WHAS - Louisville.289October 25, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race, Hazard, Kentucky.289October 25, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race from Hazard, Kentucky - WHAS - Louisville.289October 27, 1947Campaign speech in Governor's race, Newport, Kentucky.289November 3, 1947Campaign speech on election eve, Morganfield, Kentucky.289November 3, 1947Campaign speech from Morganfield, Kentucky - WHAS - Louisville. Discusses Vaughn Wiman's critical statement of Republican Party.289November 4, 1947Campaign speech from Morganfield, Kentucky - WHAS - Louisville. Fifteen minute radio broadcast.289November 6, 1947Post-election speech - WHAS - Louisville. Expresses gratitude for support leading to victory.289December 9, 1947Inaugural address, Frankfort, Kentucky. Discusses general theme of Kentucky's heritage and future.2891948Commencement address, no time or place. Stresses theme of opportunities for young people.2891948Commencement address, no time or place. Presents Kentucky as a place of opportunities for graduates.2891948Address to Governor's Conference, no place. Discusses federal-state civil defense activities. Proposes establishment of National Planning Board with Governors serving in advisory position.2891948Speech defining issues for Democrats in coming presidential election, no time or place.289January 1, 1948Speech to Louisville Board of Trade, Louisville. Previews budget, tax program, industrial expansion, needed legislation.289January 1, 1948Radio speech - WHAS - Louisville. Extends New Year's greetings and re-affirms goal of making Kentucky a better place in which to live.289January 6, 1948Governor's address to General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Recommends legislation to cover specific commitments for governmental organization made as a candidate.290January 12, 1948Governor's address to General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Discusses financial condition of commonwealth and presents budget recommendations.290February 2, 1948Governor's address to General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Deals with two features of proposed program: industrialization of Kentucky and improvement of Kentucky's roads and highways.290February 6, 1948Speech to Boy Scout meeting, Frankfort, Kentucky. Recounts history of scouting in Kentucky and points out contribution to citizenship.290February 16, 1948Speech at Baptist church dinner, Frankfort, Kentucky. Briefly mentions several of Kentucky's pressing needs and the legislative avenues for dealing with them.290February 21, 1948Speech at Jefferson - Jackson Day Dinner, Louisville. Introduces Clinton P. Anderson, Secretary of Agriculture, who makes main speech.290March, 1948Speech supporting American National Red Cross, Hazard, Kentucky.290March 22, 1948Radio speech - WFKY - Frankfort, Kentucky. Welcomes recruiting team from 82nd Airborne Division to Kentucky and encourages enlistment. Also, same speech attributed to Senator Louis Cox, president protem of State Senate.290April 22, 1948Speech to Membership meeting and All-Business Congress, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, no place. Stresses need for industrial development in Kentucky.290April 27, 1948Speech to Corvier Press Club, Cincinnati. Emphasizes continuing cooperation, not competition between Kentucky and Ohio. Answers criticisms of some recent legislative action.290April 30, 1948Speech at Kentucky Colonels' Dinner, Louisville. Welcomes honorary Colonels to Derby.290May 6, 1948Speech to conference of African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Louisville. Enumerates qualities for which Kentuckians have been noted; illustrates these qualities through history of African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church.290May 6, 1948Radio broadcast endorsing tour of the homes sponsored by the Garden Club, no place.290May 11, 1948Speech to convocation of Christian Church leaders, Lexington, Kentucky. Examines nation's heritage of religious freedom and church's present challenge.290May 15, 1948Speech at "Transylvania Day," Lexington, Kentucky. Traces growth of the institution from 1780-1948.290May 20, 1948Commencement address at Morganfield High School, Morganfield, Kentucky.290May 21, 1948Commencement address, Sturgis, Kentucky.290June 22, 1948Speech to County Tax Commissioners' Conference, Lexington, Kentucky. Discusses problems arising from assessment and collection of property tax and re-affirms importance of that revenue in budget.290June 30, 1948Comments on signing of the Ohio River Valley Sanitation Compact, no place. States need for interstate cooperation in battle against pollution.290July 3, 1948Speech to Veterans of Foreign Wars. Madisonville, Kentucky. Recalls role of Kentucky soldiers in nation's struggles to preserve freedom.290July 3, 1948Speech, Uniontown, Kentucky. Celebrates breaking of ground for flood wall.290July 10, 1948Speech to Fleming-Mason Co-op, Flemingsburg, Kentucky. Discusses role of co-ops in bringing rural electrification to Kentucky.290August 2, 1948Speech to American Legion Convention, Lexington, Kentucky. Points out role Legion plays in resisting Communism, developing appreciation of spiritual values, and ensuring preparedness of nation.290August 19, 1948Comments, Marion County Fair, Kentucky. Speaks as a farmer to other farmers about the opportunities for social and economic growth afforded by a county fair.290August 25, 1948Speech at bridge dedication, Oneonta, Kentucky. Cites value of well-planned, well-constructed roads and bridges to Kentucky's economic growth.290September 6, 1948Speech at Labor Day Celebration, Central City, Kentucky. Focuses on implementation of Kentucky's labor laws and increased influence of Department of Mines and Minerals in area of safety.290September 16, 1948Script for Television broadcast at State Fair. Recalls history and accomplishments of the fair.290September 18, 1948Interview on Country Journal - WHAS - Louisville. Answers questions about State Fair.290September 18, 1948Speech at Soil Conservation meeting, Louisville. One of fifty farmers receiving Master Conservationists award. Speaks of importance of a soil conservation program to Kentucky's future.291September 30, 1948Introduction of President Truman. Louisville.291October 13, 1948Speech delivered "after working hours", State Capitol, Frankfort, Kentucky. Emphasizes active role that each member must play to ensure Democratic Party's success in election.291October 14, 1948Speech at North-South Exposition, Owensboro, Kentucky. Commends community for developing idea of exposition and stresses need for planned expansion of industry and agriculture in state.291October 15, 1948Speech to State Convention of Democratic Women's Clubs, Frankfort, Kentucky. Points out legislation exposed by Democrats which indicates Party's concern for people.291October 28, 1948Speech relating achievements of Democratic Party for the past six years, no place.291November 20, 1948Recorded interview with Governor Johnson of Tennessee, Dr. Donovan of the University of Kentucky and Governor Clements, Knoxville, Tennessee. Discusses University of Kentucky.291January 21, 1949Shooting script for film "United We Stand", Frankfort, Kentucky. Presents information on state income tax with instructions for filing returns.291February 12, 1949Speech to Boy Scouts and leaders, Frankfort, Kentucky. Honors Scouts and leaders for their contribution of service and spiritual leadership.291February 14, 1949Speech of acceptance upon arrival of French Gratitude train, no place. Reviews events which link France and Kentucky in Friendship.291February 18, 1949Radio speech commending Kentuckians for service to American National Red Cross - WFKY - Frankfort, Kentucky. Reviews statistically services rendered.291February 22, 1949Speech at Founders Day Convocations. University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. Discusses role of the University in Kentucky affairs.291February 23, 1949Speech requesting action on clarification of law creating State Building Commission and extend amortization for loans made by rural electric coops, no place.291March 1, 1949Address to Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Presents problem at participation in equalization fund by schools not complying with Statutes; recommends corrective legislation.291March 1, 1949Speech to Productive and Marketing Administration, Lexington, Kentucky. Stresses importance of soil and water resources in state. Commends group for its role in conservation.291March 8, 1949Speech honoring Ed Diddle, coach at Western Kentucky State College, Bowling Green, Kentucky.291March 24, 1949Speech to Public Health Conference at Louisville. Discusses tourism as an economic source for funding expansion of public health services.291April 22, 1949Introduction of Attorney General Tom Clark at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Ashland, Kentucky.291May 5, 1949Script for filmed program on Kentucky tourism.291May 15, 1949Speech at dedication of Kentucky Dam State Park Airport, Kentucky Dam State Park. Recalls government aid in acquiring and developing site; foresees airport as impetus to tourism.291May 16, 1949Speech to Kentucky League of Sportsmen, Frankfort, Kentucky. Explains how Kentucky fish and game laws were formulated; emphasizes importance of careful selection of commissioners who will enforce laws.291May 19, 1949Commencement address at Morehead State College, Morehead, Kentucky.291May 20, 1949Commencement address at Madisonville High School, Madisonville, Kentucky.291May 21, 1949Commencement address at Hindman Settlement School, Hindman, Kentucky.291May 27, 1949Speech at Mountain Laurel Festival, Pineville, Kentucky. Reviews history and purpose of festival.291June, 1949Radio broadcast, Ashland, Kentucky. Calls attention to natural scenic beauty of Kentucky.291June 1, 1949Speech at Centenary Day, Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky. Discusses man's usefulness and service, both to God and his fellowman.291June 27, 1949Speech to American Legion Convention, Middlesboro, Kentucky. Reviews year's achievements in terms of membership growth, increased participation in activities and expanded services.291July 12, 1949Speech at West Kentucky Fair, Paducah, Kentucky. Describes efforts of state government to aid citizens by developing programs in agriculture, industry and tourism.291July 30, 1949Speech at Centennial celebration, Catlettsburg, Kentucky. Speaks of the area's past achievements and future promise.291August 11, 1949Speech to National Laymen's Retreat, Old Cane Ridge Meeting House, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Comments on idea of a personal retreat; concentrates on influence of Cane Ridge meeting in history of Christian Church.291August 19, 1949Speech, no place. Praises three notable men from the First District of Kentucky: Matthew Lyon, Ollie James, Alben Barkley.291September 21, 1949Introduction of Alben W. Barkley to a farmer's group, no place.291October 6, 1949Speech to Democratic Woman's Club of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. Discusses progress in areas of health and welfare, road construction, education; also the establishment of Legislative Research Commission and State Police Department.291October 8, 1949Speech at dedication of bridge, Cynthiana, Kentucky. Relates importance of free travel to economic growth of state; reviews accomplishments of Department of Highways.291October 14, 1949Speech at dedication of Chapel-Fine Arts Building, Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky. Indicates importance of education in a free society; emphasizes role of Union College in Kentucky education.292October 17, 1949Statement at Farnsley-Shamburger Ralley, Louisville, Kentucky. Advocates home rule and city-state cooperation.292October 27, 1949Speech for Tobacco Festival Program, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Draws analogy between good stewardship on farm and in government. Asks support for raising salary limitation for physicians in Kentucky state facilities.292October 28, 1949Speech to Keep Kentucky Green Conference, Louisville, Kentucky. Urges planned use of timber areas; stresses importance of organized fire prevention and protection program and public support movements.292October 30, 1949Speech to Holy Name Society, Frankfort, Kentucky. Applies obligations of brotherhood and mutual responsibility taught by Jesus to functions of government.292November 3, 1949Speech at meetings of Associated Industries of Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky. Speaks of Kentucky's program for encouraging industrial settlement and expansion.292November 22, 1949Speech at thirtieth anniversary of Farm Bureau Convention, Louisville, Kentucky. Examines growth over thirty years of rural electric program, rural road construction, state health care, planned use of natural resources.292December 15, 1949Speech to Association of County Judges, no place. Elaborates on state road building program; seeks cooperation in implementation.292January 3, 1950Speech to Joint Session of General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Delivers state of the Commonwealth address with a review of legislation which altered governmental framework.292January 9, 1950Speech to General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Reviews financial condition of Commonwealth; proposes budget for next biennium.292January 11, 1950Speech to Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Dinner for General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Cites industrial expansion in state; discusses supportive roles of Agricultural and Industrial Board and business community.292February 7, 1950Speech to Joint Legislative meeting at monument, Frankfort, Kentucky. Commemorates fiftieth anniversary of assassination of William Goebel.292February 11, 1950Speech at Farm Award Luncheon, Louisville, Kentucky. Honors winners for contributions to farm improvement; mentions state agencies which aid farmers.292March 6, 1950Speech to General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Calls for passage of legislation to make amendments to Sec. 246 and Sec. 186 of Constitution effective. Explains that delay in presenting proposal was due to Assembly's involvement with KEA.292March 24, 1950Speech data on education, no place. Includes draft of speech and cover letter and materials sent to principals, teachers, and supervisors.292April 18, 1950Speech to Southeastern Conference of A A A Clubs, Cincinnati. States importance of interregional network of highways built with federal aid.292April 21, 1950Speech to Junior Chamber of Commerce, Louisville, Kentucky. Commends Jaycees for contribution on national and state levels; reaffirms Kentucky's agricultural and industrial potential.292April 28, 1950Speeches for Thomas Walker Celebration, Barbourville, Kentucky. Describes courage of early settlers; asks that Kentuckians honor their heritage by planning and conserving for the future.292May 19, 1950Commencement address at Horse Cave High School, Horse Cave, Kentucky.292May 25, 1950Commencement address at Dorton High School, Dorton, Kentucky.292May 26, 1950Speech at Mountain Laurel Festival, Pineville, Kentucky. Pays tribute to Kentucky's heritage.292May 30, 1950Introduction of Dr. Daniel Polling at dedication of Memorial Coliseum, University of Kentucky, Lexington.292June 11, 1950Address at War Memorial Dedication, Morganfield, Kentucky. Honors young men from Union County who died in World War I, World War II; attacks Communism and calls for vigilance.292June 14, 1950Speech at dedication of Paris Tuberculosis Hospital, Paris, Kentucky. Recounts struggle to obtain treatment facilities; discusses state's plan for assistance of program.292June 16, 1950Speech at Homecoming, Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Pays tribute to early settlers of Kentucky; presents state as a land of opportunity in 1950.292July 1, 1950Speech at Floyd County Sesquicentennial, Floyd County, Kentucky. Tells exploits of John Floyd; discusses economic potential of Floyd County.292July 4, 1950Speech at My Old Kentucky Home rededication, Bardstown, Kentucky. Speaks on two themes: meaning of Independence Day and progress in Kentucky.292July 17, 1950Speech to members of Committee on Functions and Resources of State Government, no place. Explains that committee's role will be to ascertain state's needs and deterimine economic potential for meeting them.292July 20, 1950Speech at Hazard Baseball Park, Hazard, Kentucky. Encourages development of sports programs; relates Sports to American way of life.293July 27, 1950Introduction of Knox Hutchinson at Annual Soil Conservation Meeting, no place. Substitute for Governor makes introduction.293August 25, 1950Speech at dedication of Glasgow Tuberculosis Hospital, Glasgow, Kentucky. Reports on progress of state's tuberculosis hospital development program.293September 6, 1950Suggestion for campaign speech from Cliff Waddill; cover letter from John Keck.293September 21, 1950Campaign speech, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Declares candidacy for United States Senate.293September 29, 1950Speech at dedication of tuberculosis hospital, Madisonville, Kentucky. Discusses plans for expansion and improvement of current health care facilities and services.293September 30, 1950Speech to League of Women Voters, Lexington, Kentucky. Comments at length on U.S. Foreign Policy and U.S. Fiscal Policy.293October 2, 1950Speech material relating to agriculture in Kentucky. Cover note.293October 6, 1950Campaign speech in U.S. Senatorial Race, Jackson, Kentucky. Concentrates on improvements made in Kentucky's education system.293October 19, 1950Campaign speech in U.S. Senatorial Race to Democratic Women's Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.293October 23, 1950Speech at meeting of Order of Eastern Star, Louisville, Kentucky. Covers general topics of Communism vs Freedom, need for vigilance, role of U.S. in World Affairs.293October 27, 1950Speech for Industry Day, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Sees growth of industry as state's great challenge, cites current industrial development.293November 2, 1950Campaign speech in U.S. Senatorial Race, no place.293November 6, 1950Campaign speech in U.S. Senatorial Race, Morganfield, Kentucky. Answers opponent's charges; accuses him of libel and slander.2931951Eulogy for John Albert Whitaker, delivered to Congress, Washington, D. C.293January 9, 1951Speech for "Capitol Cloakroom" Program - CBS - Washington, D. C. Deals with increased hostilies in Korea, challenge of Communism to free nations.293January 27, 1951Transcript of remarks by Speaker Rayburn, Vice President Barkley, and President Truman to Democratic National Committee, Washington, D. C.293March 6, 1951Printed address by Governor Lawrence W. Wetherby to General Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky. Asks for legislation to spend surplus funds.293March 25, 1951Radio interview, "Capitol Hill" - WHAS - Louisville. Answers queries on sending troops to Europe and security through NATO.293April 2, 1951Printed address by Luther H. Evans, Librarian of Congress, University of Kentucky, Lexington.293May 24, 1951Commencement address at Belfry High School, Belfry, Kentucky.293August 12-15, 1951Draft of speech for meeting of Tobacco Association, Kentucky Village State Park, Kentucky. Shows value of mutual assistance in maintaining growth in tobacco industry.293September 16, 1951Radio speech for May, no place. Anniversary program. Honors pioneer industrialist.2931952Miscellaneous Speech material. Includes humorous speech made by Henry Ashurst and information on Kentucky Lake State Park.293February 6, 1952Speech by Elvis Stahr, Jr., delivered to Kentucky Press Association Convention, no place. Includes cover letter.293February 14, 1952Statement by Clements, prepared for Kentucky Youth Assembly, Frankfort, Kentucky.293March 11, 1952Includes correspondence relating to a radio speech for WHAS "Capitol Hill."293March 29, 1952Copy of speech made by President Truman at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Washington, D. C.293April 28, 1952Speech materials. Includes cover letter and copy of speech made by Woodrow Wilson to Kentucky State Bar Association, Lexington, Kentucky.293May 16, 1952Speech for Philip Morris Program, Louisville. Emphasizes Kentucky's industrial progress.293May 17, 1952Speech at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner in Louisville. Lauds Democratic Party; predicts victory in the national election.293May 27, 1952Speech to Democratic State Convention, Louisville. Asserts that Democrats can win on their record; discusses record in Kentucky.294June 5, 1952Speech by Senator Robert Kerr to National Press Club, Washington, D. C.. Comments on campaign issues and candidates.294June 17, 1952Radio interview, Hazel Markel show - MBS - Washington, D.C.. Includes script of interview and also script of Dirksen's interview.294July 4, 1952Speech, Blackberry Festival, Carlisle, Kentucky. Discusses agriculture and its importance to nation and Kentucky.294August 6, 1952Speech, Danville, Kentucky. Reviews progress of soil conservation and development of state-owned farm land.294August 26, 1952Speech to Democratic State Convention, Dover, Delaware. Campaigns for National Democratic ticket.294September 8, 1952Speech to Burley and Dark Leaf Tobacco Export Association, Cumberland Falls, Kentucky. Recommends price supports to stabilize tobacco program.294September 13, 1952Printed address of Lt. Gen. Lewis Pick at Centennial of Engineering, Chicago, Illinois. Reviews impact of Corps of Engineers on nation.294September 19, 1952Speech to Friends of Schools Meeting, Carter Caves, Kentucky. Sees increased financial aid to schools resulting from tourism.294October 9, 1952Printed campaign speech of Adlai Stevenson, Nashville, Tennessee. Elaborates on Democratic platform.294October 9, 1952Speech at dedication of Capitol Annex, Frankfort, Kentucky. Discusses importance of State Property and Buildings Commission to long range plans of Kentucky.294January 18, 1953Radio Interview - WLW - Cincinnati. Answers questions regarding direction of Congress under Republican control and future of Democratic Party.294January 20, 1953Inaugural Address, Dwight Eisenhower, Washington, D. C.294January 28, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Discusses committee changes to take place in Congress; also role of Democrats as minority party.294February 11, 1953Radio Broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Comments on what he considers to be most important sections of Eisenhower's State of Union Address.294February 14, 1953Address by Adlai E. Stevenson, delivered at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, New York, N.Y.294February 25, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Reviews President's eleven-point program with special emphasis on tidelands issue.294March 11, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Reports on Administration's activities after first forty days; also mentions death of Stalin and it consequences.294March 25, 1953Recorded speech, no place. Reports on lack of Republican support for Eisenhower's program.294April 1, 1953Statement for Cancer Crusade, to be included in one of radio programs.294April 11, 1953Speech to Representatives of Democratic National Party, no place. Discusses Senatorial campaigns in 1954.294April 18, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Counsels caution in interpreting Russia's overtures of peace; suggests action to confirm words.294April 22, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Questions Russia's bid for peace, approves Eisenhower's stand, insisting on deeds to prove sincerity.294May 7, 1953Speech to U.S. Senate, Washington, D. C. Eulogy of Garrett Withers.294May 20, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. John C. Watts substituting for Clements. Explores prospects of economic prosperity under Eisenhower Administration.294May 23, 1953Speech to Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Louisville. Compares first days of Eisenhower and Roosevelt Administrations; reports on Congress, emphasizing importance of Democratic minority.294June 3, 1953Radio broadcast-WHAS - Louisville. Discusses experience as observer at nuclear test and impact experience will have on future legislation to control atomic energy.294June 17, 1953Radio broadcast, no place. Reviews Korean conflict in light of possible settlement; reiterates steps Communists must take to prove sincerity.294July 1, 1953Radio broadcast, no place. Examines progress of program of Eisenhower Administration.294July 15, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Assesses importance of Democratic support to passage of President's programs.294July 29, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Deals with Korean truce; distinguishes between the military document and the impending agreement between political leaders, with its implementation.294August 12, 1953Radio broadcast - WHAS - Louisville. Relates action taken by 83rd Congress to problems facing nation and world.294September 15, 1953Speech, Louisville. Apraises record of 83rd Congress and Republican Administration.2951954Eulogy for Senator Patrick A. McCarran, no place. No date.2951954Speech material. Includes memorandum listing Federal Agency offices eliminated in Kentucky; also printed address by William J. Barrett.2951954Speech honoring Clinton P. Anderson, New Mexico.295January 3, 1954Radio speech, no place. Stresses need for people and parties to rise above partisan considerations.295January 6, 1954Speech delivered in U.S. Senate, Washington, D. C., Eulogy of Fred M. Vinson.295April 16, 1954Radio broadcast - NBC - Washington, D. C., Comments on University of Kentucky's football prospects with new coach Blanton Collier.295April 21, 1954Speech to Daughters of American Revolution, Washington, D. C., Stresses principles on which nation was founded, battle against Communism, and continued separation of power in government.295May 6, 1954Introduction of Lyndon Johnson at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Washington, D. C..295May 21, 1954Speech to Disabled American Veterans, Lexington, Kentucky. States need for military preparedness and a decisive foreign policy.295May 22, 1954Speech at public hearing held by Corps of Engineers, Hazard, Kentucky. Proposes utilization of Kentucky River system; specifically mentions Jackson cut-off project.295May 24, 1954Eulogy for Dr. Fred W. Rankin, to Senate, Washington, D. C..295May 28, 1954Speech to meeting of Democrats, Annapolis, Maryland. Evaluates Republican Leadership and predicts Democratic victory in Maryland.295May 29, 1954Speech to Kentucky Federation of Post Office Clerks, no place. Attacks Summer-field-Fry Report; accuses Post Office Department of lobbying.295June 15, 1954Letter conveying greetings to Communication Workers of America to be read at Eight Annual Convention, Cleveland, Ohio.295July 3, 1954Statement "What in My Opinion the Disabled Veterans Need Most"; read at Convention, Miami Beach, Florida. Includes correspondence.295July 7, 1954Statement for spot announcement commemorating thirty-second Anniversary of WHAS - Louisville.295July 26, 1954Draft of speech for American Legion Convention. Middlesboro, Kentucky. Deals with two major themes: (1) Veterans' programs; (2) Growth of Communism.295August 20, 1954Speech in U.S. Senate, Washington, D. C.. Deplores growth of unemployment and lack of definitive action to check it.295August 23, 1954Speech to Postal Clerks, Cincinnati. Reports on defeat of Summerfield-Fry proposal and subsequent approval of pay increase.295August 23, 1954Speech, Kenton County meeting. Examines record of Republican Congress.295September, 1954Radio broadcast - WNOP - Newport, Kentucky. Traces briefly history of labor movement.295September 27, 1954Statement for opening of Industrial Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers. [UNK] Miami Beach, Florida. Con-congratulates members on progress. Includes correspondence.295September 30, 1954Campaign speech for Alben W. Barkley, Shelbyville, Kentucky.295October 13, 1954Telenews, no place. Challenges Charles E. Wilson's statement about unemployment.295October 15, 1954Campaign speech for Alben Barkley, Cattlettsburg, Kentucky.2951955Draft of speech, no place. Draws parallel between Eisenhower and Hoover administrations; Sees "creeping Hooverism."2951955Campaign speech supporting Bert Combs for governor, no place. Chastizes Chandler for campaign of falsehood.2951955Draft of speech. Supports Barkley for U.S. Senate; charges Republican administration has failed to meet country's needs.2961955Speech at groundbreaking for Green River development project, no place. Cites need for a coordinated water resources project.296January 20, 1955Speech to Womens National Democratic Club, Washington, D.C.. Uses football game as analogy showing failure of Republican team to support [UNK] lists problems confronting nation.296March 26, 1955Speech to National Guard Convention, no place. Stresses need for military prepardness in face of increasing Soviet military might.296May 3, 1955Speech to Covier Press Club, Cincinnati. Enumerates challenges facing nation.296July 1, 1955Radio Report - WHAS - Louisville. Reports on New Mutual Security Program for Far East.296July 1, 1955Acceptance Speech for Centennial Award, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky.296July 2, 1955Speech materials. Draft of Speech on labor and management, incorporated into a Combs speech.296July 19, 1955Introduction of Alben Barkley at special showing of "The Kentuckian", Washington, D.C..296August, 1955Speech delivered in U.S. Senate, Washington, D. C.. Reviews accomplishments of first session of 84th Congress; pays tribute to those who have assisted him in task of majority leader.296September 5, 1955Speech at dedication of Breaks Interstate Park, Kentucky. Emphasizes cooperation displayed in bringing to fruition plan for park.296September 24, 1955Campaign speech, Louisville. Focuses on accomplishments of seven Democratic Governors and three Democratic Presidents.296October 3, 1955Speech to Ohio Valley Improvement Association, Cincinnati. Foresees development of Ohio River and tributaries as impetus to industrial growth.296October 9, 1955Speech for Woman's Day, Louisville. Reiterates need for Democratic leadership for Country; supports election of Alben Barkley.296October 17, 1955Speech to Burley and Dark Leaf Export Association, Kenlake, Kentucky. Discusses legislation beneficial to tobacco growers, point 4 program and Geneva Summit meeting.296October 19, 1955Speech to Huntington Interstate Milk Producers Association, Ashland, Kentucky. Reviews actions of Senate Committee on Agriculture; emphasizes farm problems, price supports.296November 12, 1955Speech to National Federation of Post Office Clerks of Western Kentucky, Paducah, Kentucky. Discusses reclassification system, federal benefits and proposed congressional legislation.296November 18, 1955Speech at ground breaking for Rough River Reservoir, no place. Emphasizes importance of water control projects; proposes legislation to expedite development of water resource policy.296November 28, 1955Speech to Kentucky Federation of National Farm Loan Association, Kentucky Lake, Kentucky. Charges that farm problem has been aggravated by Secretary Benson's policies; expects proposal of an "omnibus" agriculture bill.296December 4, 1955Memorial Address before Elks Lodge No. 738, Madisonville, Kentucky.297December 4, 1955Address at Bethlehem Christian Church, Madisonville, Kentucky. Advocates strengthening our heritage through government.2971956Radio broadcast, no place. Campaign speech for re-election.2971956Radio broadcast, no place. Campaign speech with special emphasis on rural areas.297January 25, 1956Speech in Senate, Washington, D.C.. Honors John White Stevenson.297March 26, 1956Speech to Young Voters Forum, Louisville. Emphasizes foreign policy and changing political climates.297April 17, 1956Opening campaign speech, no place. Radio broadcast.297April 26, 1956Speech in Senate, Washington, D.C.. Deals with federal scholarships to science and engineering students.297May 6, 1956Commencement Address, Faxon Grade School, Calloway County, Kentucky.297June 2, 1956Speech to State Convention of National Federation of Post Office Clerks, Owensboro, Kentucky. Discusses administration's attitude toward postal service employees as reflected by Summerfield; hopes for change through Congressional Legislation.297June 7, 1956Speech in Senate, Washington, D.C., Commends Warren Magnuson on his selection as "Maritime Man of the Year."297June 13, 1956Speech in Senate, Washington, D.C., Pays tribute to Leo Harvey, an industrialist.297July 3, 1956Speech to Democratic State Convention, Louisville. Asserts need for Democratic leadership; predicts victory in November.297July 9, 1956Eulogy of Senator Harvey M. Kilgore, Delivered in Senate, Washington, D. C.297September 8, 1956Speech to League of Women Voters, Louisville. Comments on American Foreign Policy, or lack of it, under Republican administration.297September 18, 1956Speech to Democratic Campaign Opening, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Reviews Democratic accomplishments in Congress.297November 5, 1956Closing Campaign Speech, no place. Radio address. Stands on his record.2971958Miscellaneous Speech Materials.2971958Speech to group, Pennsylvania. Stresses need for election of Democrats to Congress; discusses Democrats' influence on Legislation.297August 22, 1958Speech to Democratic Convention, Dover, Delaware. Cites accomplishments of Democratic-led Congress.297September 11, 1958Notes from talk to Democratic National Committee organizational meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey.297October 23, 1958Speech urging voters to vote for Congressman Tad Walter, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.OFFICE COPY SERIESBoxes 298-353The Office Copy Series consists of carbon copies of correspondence sent from Clements' office between 1945 and 1952. During this period clements served as United States Representative, Governor of Kentucky, and United States Senator. The correspondence is arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically within each year. 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K.3081947, Anderson, Mary Hope3081947, Anderson, O-Arnett, F.308Office Copy Series, 1947, Arnett, Louis W.3081947, Arnett, M.-Ay3081947, Bab-Bailey, Claude3081947, Bailey, J.-Barnes, L.3081947, Barnes, Marshall3081947, Barnes, S.-Beard3081947, Beauchamp, Emerson (Doc)3081947, Beauchamp, H.-Bi3081947, Bl-Blackeney3081947, Blancett, Mayburn3081947, Bland-Bogan3081947, Boggess, W. Rumsey3081947, Boggs-Boykin3081947, Bra-Bric3081947, Bridgeman, William D.3081947, Bridw-Buchanan, J.309Office Copy Series, 1947, Buchanan, Kirtley W.3091947, Buchanan, L.-Call3091947, Calman, E. C.3091947, Calman, Edwin-Caudill, C.3091947, Caudill, D. B.3091947, Chelf, Frank3091947, Chelf W.-Clements, C.3091947, Clements, Mr. and Mrs. Earle C.3091947, Clements, Edwin-Con3091947, Coo-Cox, W. E.3091947, Cox, W. Perry3091947, Cox, Walton-Crou3091947, Crow, Fount3091947, Crow, G.-Cull3091947, Culp, Fred V.3091947, Cum-Davis, G.3091947, Davis, H. G.3091947, Davis, Harold-Dil3091947, Dinkelspiel, Sam M.3091947, Dinkle-Donaldson, J. L.3091947, Donaldson, J. M.3091947, Donaldson, W.-Dus310Office Copy Series, 1947, Duvall, Glenn3101947, Duvall, J.-Et3101947, Ev-Farmer, E.3101947, Farmer, H. W.3101947, Farmer, L.-Ford, D.3101947, Ford, F.-Fu3101947, Gab-Gay3101947, Ge-Gl3101947, Go-Graham, R.3101947, Graham, Thomas3101947, Gran-Hagem3101947, Hager, Lawrence W.3101947, Hager, S.-Han310Office Copy Series, 1947, Har-Harper, J.3101947, Harper, Noel F.3101947, Harr-Harris, K.3101947, Harris, Leigh3101947, Harris, Lucy-Haz3101947, Hea-Hensh3101947, Hensley, Robert B.3101947, Hensley, T.-Hill, E.3101947, Hill, J. M.311Office Copy Series, 1947, Hill, J. 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R.3471952, Evans, N.-Faulkner, Edward3471952, Faulkner, Everett3471952, Faulkner, F.-Fish3471952, Fisher, Anna M.3471952, Fisher, C.-Ford, D.3471952, Ford, Ernest M.3471952, Ford, H.-Frankf3471952, Franklin, Charles G.3471952, Franklin, H.-Freeman, S.3471952, Freeman, Wayne W.3471952, Fren-Gar3471952, Gas-Gi348Office Copy Series, 1952, Gl-Graham, R.3481952, Graham, Thomas3481952, Graham, W.-Groves, R.3481952, Groves, Walter A.3481952, Gru-Hackl3481952, Hackney, Ed H.3481952, Hackney, P.-Hamm3481952, Hamo-Hardin3481952, Harding, Albert P.3481952, Harding, H.-Harris, P.3481952, Harris, Ralph L.3481952, Harris, Robert-Hays, T.3481952, Hays, Travis S.3481952, Hays, W.-Hensh3481952, Hensley, Bige3481952, Hensley, F.-Hi3481952, Hob-Hov3481952, How-Hube3481952, Hubley, George W.3481952, Hubley, S.-Huntsman, H.3481952, Huntsman, R. C.3481952, Huntsman, Rory-Jarvis, E.3481952, Jarvis, Sam349Office Copy Series, 1952, Jas-Jones, M.3491952, Jones, N.-Kem3491952, Ken-King3491952, Kingsburg, Gilbert W.3491952, Kink-Lai3491952, Lak-Lawler, John3491952, Lawler, Joseph H.3491952, Lawr-Le3491952, Li-Lot3491952, Lou-McCh3491952, McCl-McG3491952, McH-McK3491952, McLaughlin, Mrs. Lennie W.3491952, McLe-Malone3491952, Maloney, Clarence W.350Office Copy Series, 1952, Maloney, J.-Mas3501952, Mat-Me3501952, Mic-Mim3501952, Min-Moo3501952, Mor-Mul3501952, Mun-Ni3501952, No-O'B3501952, O'Connell, Charles K.3501952, O'Connor-Pai3501952, Pal-Paul, A.3501952, Paul, Aaron3501952, Paul, E.-Perkins, A.3501952, Perkins, Carl D.3501952, Perkins, Charles-Pir3501952, Pit-Pou3501952, Pow-Q3501952, Ra-Red351Office Copy Series, 1952, Ree-Rem3511952, Renaker, A. B.3511952, Renaker, L.-Rice, H.3511952, Rice, J. Ray3511952, Rice, J. T.-Roberts, Eugene3511952, Roberts, Everett3511952, Roberts, H.-Rog3511952, Rol-Runyon, M.3511952, Runyon, Pearl F.3511952, Rus-Ry3511952, Sa-Sci3511952, Sch-Sha3511952, Shearer-Sip3511952, Sisk, A. D.3511952, Sisk, M.-Smathers3511952, Smith, Ben V.3511952, Smith, Ber-Soto3511952, Sou-Stoker3511952, Stokes, Charles352Office Copy Series, 1952, Stokes, F.-Sy3521952, Ta-Thac3521952, Thos-To3521952, Tr-Ty3521952, U3521952, V3521952, Wab-Ward, H. P.3521952, Ward, Henry3521952, Ward, I.-Watson, Ray3521952, Watson, Robert3521952, Watson, T.-Wetherby, G.3521952, Wetherby, Lawrence W.3521952, Wetly-Whi353Office Copy Series, 1952, Wi3531952, Wo3531952, Wr-Wu3531952, Wyatt3531952, Wyatt, Wilson3531952, Wyc-Wyn3531952, Ya-Yol3531952, York, Delbert3531952, York, E.-Yu3531952, ZNEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS FILEBoxes 354-357 The Newspaper Clippings File is composed of xerox copies of articles primarily found in the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Paducah Sun-democrat, and the Union County Advocate. The clippings record Earl Clements' career from 1925 as sheriff and candidate for County Clerk to the 1970s as president of the American Tobacco Institute. The file was compiled by the University of Kentucky Libraries Division of Special Collections. 353Inventory354Newspaper Clippings File, Louisville Courier Journal, 1936-19433541944-19453541946-19493541950-19533541954-June, 1955354July-December, 1955354January-April, 1956354May, 1956355Newspaper Clippings File, Louisville Courier Journal, June-August 1956355September-November, 1956355December, 1956-May, 1959355June, 1959-April, 1960355May, 1960-19613551962-19633551964-1977355Miscellaneous356Newspaper Cluppings File, Paducah Sun-Democrat, September, 1942-December, 1946356January-April, 1947356July-August, 1947356September-October, 1947356November, 1947-January, 1948356February, 1948356March-April, 1948356March-September, 1949356October-December, 1949356September-October, 1950357Newspaper Clippings File, Paducah Sun-Democrat, September, 1951-March, 1952357April, 1952-February, 1953357April-December, 1954357Newspaper Clippings File, Union County Advocate, 1925-1944357Newspaper Clippings File, Miscellaneous Papers, 1942-1959LEARY SPEECH FILEBox 358 The Leary Speech File consists of copies of addresses written by Attorney Joseph J. Leary for, or in favor of, Earle Clements. The speeches, primarily campaign oriented, cover the years Clements served as United States Representative, Governor of Kentucky, and United States Senator. These were copied by the University of Kentucky Libraries Division of Special Collections from the files of Joseph Leary. 358Leary Speech File, 1944-19463581947, Folder 13581947, Folder 23581947, Folder 33581948-1950PHOTOGRAPHS AND MEMORABILIA SERIESBoxes 359-363 The Photographs and Memorabilia Series consists of two photograph files, cartoons, awards, documents, photographs albums, miscellaneous items, and wrapped oversize material. There are several divisions: Photograph File A (Boxes 359-362) - contains over 1,000 pictures, many of which are fully identified. Photograph File B (Box 363) - composed of photographs which have been removed from their frames to insure proper archial preservation. Both Photograph Files are dominated by pictures from Clements' Gubernatorial and Senatorial years. Oversize Material - Contains Photographs from Photograph File A and Photograph File B, Awards, and Cartoons PHOTOGRAPH FILE AInventory:35911900-1929 Photographs numbered 1-1123591Group portrait - on back "Joe S. Aug 1900 Frame belonging to E. A. Blue Ward."1 X 1-1/23591Two small photos of same group on 3 X 5-1/4 card3591D. C. Blue, Happy Jack Champer, May 1915.3-1/2 X 5-1/2.3591Earle C. Clements at Davenport, Louisiana, August 1919.3-1/2 X 5-1/2.3591Earle C. Clements trip to Southwest United States, Mexico in 1920.Approximately 3-1/2 X 5-1/2. (74 views)3591Postcards from trip.3-1/2 X 5-1/2. (10 views)3591Earle C. Clements trip to Southwest United States.3 X 5-3/4. (12 views)3591Fisherman at Porter Springs, 1924.3 X 4-1/2. (4 views)3591Girlfriend and automobile, August 1925.3 X 4-1/2. (4 views)3591Postcards of Morganfield Guerillas, 1926.3-1/2 X 5-1/2. (3 views)3591"Ruth," March 20, 1929.2 X 2-3/4.35921930's Photographs numbered 113-1353592Postcard of Panama City, Florida addressed to Miss Elizabeth Clements, c/o Earle C. Clements in Morganfield. Postmarked June 23, 1933. Signed by Aunt Fanny and Uncle George.3-1/2 X 5-1/2.35921937 Flood Damage at Morganfield.4 X 5. (22 views)35931943-1946 Photographs numbered 137-1533593On back "carnival with Jamie and Bill - Genie & Lt. Kaufman." August 12, 1943.3 X 4.3593Lt. General Holland M. Smith, who fought in Pacific in W. W. II. April 30, 1945.8 X 10.3593Mammoth Cave National Park Dedication, September 18, 1946.8 X 10. (16 views)35941946-1947 Photographs numbered 154-1983594Gubernatorial inaugural parade, December 9, 1947.4 X 5. (9 views)3594Receiving congratulations on telephone. With Tom Underwood, Mrs. Clements.8 X 10.3594Inaugural ball - state capitol, December 9, 1947.8 X 10. (9 views)3594French military leaders, 1947.4-1/2 X 7. (11 views)3594U.S. military leaders, 1947.8 X 10. (16 views)3595January-August 20, 1948 Photographs numbered 199-2323595Earle C. Clements, with Mrs. Clements, daughter, at Unknown Soldier's Tomb in Arlington Cemetery, winter, 1946.2 X 3.3595Members of Columbia Grand Opera Quartet, which appeared in Frankfort, March 18, 1949.8 X 10. (2 views)3595April 6, 1948. Guests at luncheon given for Governor Earle C. Clements by Mr. John H. Perry, President, Palm Beach Post-Times in West Palm Beach, Florida.3595Front row, left to right: Farwell W. Perry, A. B. Chandler, Governor Millard F. Coldwell, Earle C. Clements, Mr. Perry;3595Back row, left to right: Ben Collings of Palm Beach, boyhood friend of Earle C. Clements and A. B. Chandler, Charles Francis Cox, editor of Post-Times, John H. Perry, Jr., and Augustus B. Meyer, representative of Bowater Paper Company.3595Earle C. Clements at Bluegrass Stakes, Keeneland Race Course in Lexington. Spring meet, 1949. Left to right: Jones, Pierson, Earle C. Clements, Wright.8 X 10.3595Kentucky Derby, May 1, 1948. Includes Earle C. Clements awarding trophy and Derby party.8 X 10. (5 views)3595Party in honor of Charles Farnsley, Mayor of Louisville, Wednesday, May 12, 1948. Bowman Field C.A.P. Clubhouse. Earle C. Clements, Wetherby, wives in attendance.8 X 10. (3 views)3595Postcard postmarked June 8, 1949 from friend of Mrs. Clements in Madisonville. Addressed to Mrs. Clements. Picture is of Earle C. Clements with Louisville Board of Trade Umbrella.3595Ground-breaking ceremonies at Uniontown, Kentucky for flood protection construction, July 3, 1948.8 X 10. (7 views)3595Earle C. Clements at podium of American Legion Convention in Lexington, August 2, 1948. Also, with officers. Earle C. Clements is first from left.8 X 10. (2 views)3595Collage of Governor's Handicap race at Dade Park. Trophy presented by Earle C. Clements, August 14, 1948.10-1/2 X 12-1/2.3595Views of 1948 summer encampment of Kentucky National Guard drawn up at Brooks Field, Ft. Knox, August 20, 1948.8 X 10. (9 views)3596August 25-December 31, 1948 Photographs numbered 233-2793596Speaking at bridge dedication at 12-mile creek in Campbell County, Kentucky, August 25, 1948.8 X 10. (23 views)3596Earle C. Clements with Harry S. Truman, when the President arrived in Louisville, September 30, 1948.3-1/2 X 4.3596Truman, Earle C. Clements and Virgil Chapman on train platform, September 30, 1948.7 X 9. (4 views)3596Truman's visit to Louisville, parade, reception, September 30, 1948.8 X 10. (11 views)3596Mrs. Clements, Bess in dining car, October 11, 1948.8 X 10.3596U.S. Capitol, Washington, D. C., October 5, 1949; from John W. Hughes, a major in the Canadian Army.8 X 10.3596Janet Byrd, Union City, Kentucky with cow, November 22, 1948.8 X 10.3596Arthur Lloyd, John Quentin and Earle C. Clements, 1948.8 X 10.3596Earle C. Clements and John Sherman Cooper. 8 X 10. [1948]3596The Honorable Hutchinson & General Tyrrell present stone from House of Commons to Earle C. Clements, 1948.8 X 10. (3 views)3596Kentucky Delegation to President Truman's inauguration in Washington, D. C. Earle C. Clements in grey suit with cane, January 19, 1949.8 X 10.3596Earle C. Clements and wife in inaugural parade, January 20, 1949.11 X 14. (4 views)3596Cad Thurman, William Hockensmith, Spaulding Southall, J. P. Mallet, Charles J. Baugh, C. G. Dick, William White, Jr.3596Kentucky Derby, May 7, 1949.8 X 10. (16 views)3596Mrs. Earle C. Clements (black dress, center) with DAR members at Governor's Mansion, May 19, 1949.8 X 10. (2 views)3597January-May 1949 Photographs numbered 280-3033597Kentucky Delegation to Harry Truman's inauguration on January 19, 1949.8 X 10.3597Group in Governor's office: left to right - Cad Thurman, William Hockensmith, Spaulding Southall, J. P. Mallett, Charles J. Baugh, G. C. Dick and William White, Jr.8 X 10.3597Derby pictures, 1949.3598May 27-December 1949 Photographs numbered 304-3583598Mountain Laurel Festival, parade at Pineville, Kentucky, May 27, 1949.8 X 10. (40 views)3598Vice-President Alben Barkley, Earle C. Clements, Kentucky Senators Chapman and Garrett at luncheon honoring Earle C. Clements, July 19, 1949.8 X 10.3598Townsfolk of Morganfield, September 6, 1949.8 X 10.3598Earle C. Clements accepting gift of cheese from Wisconsin Cheese Company, December 14, 1949.8 X 10. (3 views)3598Hilda Gay Mayberry, champion batonist. One autographed.8 X 10. (2 views)3598Vice-President Alben Barkley at field dedication in his honor.8 X 10. (6 views)35991950-1953 Photographs numbered 359-3743599Earle C. Clements presenting trophy to trainer, jockey at Keeneland, April 27, 1950.8 X 10.3599Virgil Chapman, speaking, April 28, 1950.8 X 10.3599Earle C. Clements and Bill Gordon, U. K. radio announcer, May 20, 1950.8 X 10.3599Earle C. Clements, speaking, July 4, 1950.8 X 10.3599Earle C. Clements, with Barkley's picture in background, July 17, 1950. Meeting of Democratic Platform Committee in Chicago.7 X 9.3599Earle C. Clements, Henry Ward, Wetherby [1950].8 X 10.3599Ray Edwards, Kentucky state highway grader, 1950.3-1/2 X 3-1/2.3599John Watts, Earle C. Clements in Shelbyville, October, 1951.8 X 10.3599Earle C. Clements with two women, who inscribed and signed picture. Irene Haynie, Rosemary Porick. With Barkley hats, Lexington.8 X 10. (2 views)3599Earle C. Clements on trip to Yukon, 1953.2 X 3. (2 views)3599Earle C. Clements speaking at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 1953.8 X 10. (4 views)35910January-May, 1955 Photographs numbered 375-39335910Earle C. Clements with Capt. & Mrs. Taylor and their son, who was awarded Boy Scout badge by Earle C. Clements, February 2, 1955.8 X 10. (4 views)35910Signed and inscribed by Estes Kefauver (United States Senator, Tennessee), February, 1955.8 X 10.35910Signed and inscribed by Alan Bible (United States Senator, Nevada), March 19, 1955.8 X 10.35910Earle C. Clements making Kefauver a Kentucky Colonel, May, 1955.8 X 10.35910Earle C. Clements with Democratic National Chairman Butler and Texas Governor Shivers, who bolted in '55 to join DDE, May 5, 1955.8 X 10.35910John Watts, Earle C. Clements, Nixon, presenting award to Berea College, 1955.8 X 10. (11 views)35911June-December, 1955 Photographs numbered 394-44235911Earle C. Clements in Teipei, Taiwan, June 10, 1955 on first leg of Southeast Asia tour to study foreign aid program.4-3/4 X 6-1/2. (8 views)35911Southeast Asia trip.7 X 9. (3 views)35911Southeast Asia trip.8 X 10. (35 views)35911Southeast Asia trip.9-1/2 X 11-1/2. (2 views)35911Earle C. Clements, just after taking over for Lyndon B. Johnson as Senate Majority Leader, and stricken by heart attack, July 30, 1955.7 X 9. (2 views)36011956-1957 Photographs numbered 444-5413601Picture of Morganfield from air, February 29, 1956.8 X 10.3601VFW dinner, February, 1956. Earle C. Clements at far left.8 X 10.3601Earle C. Clements with Jean Adams at Disabled American Veterans Convention at Kentucky Dam, May 19, 1956.(4 views)3601Pictures of Miss Lou Vinson, sister to Fred, January, 1957.3 X 5. (2 views)3602Photographs numbered 452-4793602Pictures, varying ages, of Bess Clements. Varying sizes.(20 views)3603-7Photographs numbered 480-6403603-7Portraits of Earle C. Clements.8 X 10.3611Photographs numbered 641-6613611Portraits of Earle C. Clements.8 X 10.3612Photographs numbered 662-7783612Pictures of a trip to the Southwest United States, probably in the 1930's.Mostly 3-1/4 X 3-3/4. (103 views)3612Harry S. Truman with crowd of women.3-1/2 X 5.3612Earle C. Clements (second from left) with John Hitem, D. S. McCaw and Harold Rush.5 X 7.3612Picture of Larry Gartrell; with note from his mother.3-1/2 X 5.3612Eddyville, Kentucky State Penitentiary Electric chair. Postcard.3-3/4 X 6.3612Earle C. Clements with Stu Symington in Florida. [1954] Color snap.3-1/2 X 5.3612Earle C. Clements (black shirt) with Lyndon B. Johnson, George Smathers, Dick Russell. Color snap.3-1/2 X 5.3612Earle C. Clements with Lyndon B. Johnson, Smathers, Symington, Russell. Color snap.3-1/2 X 5.3612Earle C. Clements with Lyndon B. Johnson, Smathers, Symington, Russell. Color snap.3-1/2 X 5.3612Earle C. Clements with Russell, looking at fish. Color snap.3-1/2 X 5.3612Lyndon B. Johnson, Symington, Earle C. Clements, Russell, Smathers, and [Bebe Rebozo]. Color snap.3-1/2 X 5.36128 X 10 enlargement of preceding picture. Black and white.3612Lyndon B. Johnson, seated at desk with George Smathers (back to camera), Earle C. Clements (second from right), Dick Russell (3rd from right), and Stu Symington (5th from right). Others unidentified.8 X 10.3612Lyndon B. Johnson overseeing meeting with Earle C. Clements and, next to him, George Reedy. Rest are unidentified.8 X 10.3613Photographs numbered 779-7973613Earle C. Clements with John Sherman Cooper.8 X 10.3613Wetherby, Adlai Stevenson, Earle C. Clements.7 X 9.3613Louisville Mayor Charles Farnsley. 8 X 10. Signed and inscribed on reverse.3613Clinton Anderson, Secretary of Agriculture, with Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bronstein.8 X 10.3613Dean Acheson, John Sherman Cooper.8 X 10.3613Earle C. Clements, second from right, on fishing trip.8 X 10.3613Tom Underwood, Earle C. Clements and Alben Barkley.8 X 10. (2 copies)3613Earle C. Clements at Governor's office desk.8 X 10.3613Earle C. Clements campaigning.8 X 10.3613Earle C. Clements speaking.8 X 10.3613Earle C. Clements speaking.8 X 10.3613Picture of boat on Ohio River.8 X 10.3613Cattle on Earle C. Clements' Morganfield farm.8 X 10. (2 views)3613Train.8 X 10.3613Lawrence Wetherby, family.8 X 10.3613Earle C. Clements at radio microphone.7 X 9.3613Earle C. Clements in Governor's Office.8 X 10.3613Earle C. Clements next to car, in folder, in color.5 X 7.3614Photographs numbered 798-8403614Picture edge is torn. Earle C. Clements with Clay Wade Bailey.8 X 10.3614Earle C. Clements with Clay Wade Bailey.7 X 9.3614Earle C. Clements at Senate desk.7 X 9.3614Interiors of Governor's Mansion.3-1/2 X 5. (8 views)3614Exteriors of Governor's Mansion.8 X 10. (4 views)3614Interiors of Capitol.8 X 10. (7 views)3614Exteriors of Capitol.8 X 10. (4 views)3614Ft. Knox Boullion Depository.8 X 10. (3 views)3614Courier-Journal editorial urging support of Earle C. Clements, Morton.8 X 10.3614Pat McNamara, signed and inscribed.8 X 10.3614Hugh Butler, United States Senator from Nebraska. Signed and inscribed.8 X 10.3614Bert Combs, signed and inscribed.8 X 10.3614Alton Lennon, United States Senator from North Carolina. Signed and inscribed.8 X 10.3614Albert B. Chandler with Connie Mack. Signed by both.8 X 10.3614Negatives of atomic bomb explosion.8 X 10. (7 views)3614Sheep.8 X 10.3615Photographs numbered 841-9003615845Lawrence Wetherby speaking from a podium.3-1/2 X 4-1/2.3615858Clements relatives - Earle, Sallie (his mother), Baldmire, Margaret Baldmire, and Sara Blue Clements.2-3/4 X 4-1/2.3615875Clements with an American Legion group.5-3/4 X 3-1/2.3615884Bess Clements in a stroller.3-1/4 X 5.3615898-900Clements speaking.3 X 4.3616Photographs numbered 901-9803616932-944Group of pictures of Bess Clements; some have Earle or Sara in them.3 X 5.3617Photographs numbered 981-10703617998Earle Clements holding a "Kentucky Needs Barkley" sign.4-1/4 X 3-1/4.36171040-1042Clements in football uniform.2-1/2 X 4-1/2.36171050Sara Clements in a receiving line.3-1/2 X 5.3618Photographs numbered 1071-113536181092Clements crowning a woman in a ceremony.4 X 5-1/4.36181097-1098Clements at a (Louisville) North End Democratic Club meeting.3-1/2 X 5.36181111-1112Clements in an American Legion parade.5 X 7.36181118Clements touring a cotton processing plant.4-3/4 X 6-3/4.36181119Earle and Sara Clements at a race track.4 X 5.3619Photographs numbered 1136-11623619Primarily unidentified photographs.3621Photographs numbered 1163-119036211163Kentucky Delegation to Washington. First row: Earle Clements, John Sherman Cooper. Second row: unidentified, John Watts, Carl Perkins, Garrett Withers, Brent Spence. Third row: unidentified.8 X 10.36211167Carl Perkins with poster for "Turkey Bill."8 X 10.36211180John Sherman Cooper, unidentified, Lawrence Wetherby, and Earle Clements.8 X 10.36211190Unidentified, Brent Spence, John Sherman Cooper, Virgil Chapman, Thruston Morton, and two unidentified people.3622Photographs numbered 1191-122436221194Sara and Earle Clements.8 X 10.36221208Clements and three others drinking mint juleps.8 X 10.36221211Clements with shovel at a groundbreaking ceremony. Lawrence Wetherby is directly behind Clements.8 X 10.36221214Sara Clements and Helen Wetherby.8 X 10.36221218Earle Clements, Lyndon Johnson, and Richard Russell at a meeting in the Air Force Department.8 X 10.36221221Bess Clements.8 X 10.36221223Clements addressing the National Federation of Post Office Clerks in Washington, D. C.8 X 10.3623Photographs numbered 1225-126536231231Clements campaigning from a truck bed.8 X 10.36231243Clements addressing the Democratic National Convention.8 X 10.36231244Luncheon table. Left side: Sam Rayburn, John Pastore, John McCormack, Lyndon Johnson. Head of table: undidentified. Right side: Alben Barkley, Harry Truman, two unidentified, and Earle Clements.7 X 9.36231246Clements at dedication of Breaks Interstate Park, June 10, 1951.8 X 10.36231264Clements and Henry Ward at Derby party. Photograph from Look magazine.8 X 10.3624Photographs numbered 1266-131036241297Earle Clements and Harry Truman at a dinner party.8 X 10.36241300Banquet. Back row (left to right): Mrs. James Daskin, Gladys McCarver, Helen Culbertson, Mrs. Frank Connelly, Eva Giulfople, Margie Marshall, Lorella Moore, Goldie McNeil, Mrs. J. S. Juett, Mrs. R. M. Lucas, Mrs. Hal M. Vincent, Mrs. Raymond Caruthers, Emma Eshon, Eleanor M. Others, Mrs. B. J. Skees, and Mrs. Clements.8 X 10.36241301Louis Cox, R. P. Moloney, Emerson (Doc) Beauchamp, and Lawrence Wetherby.8 X 10.36241302Mrs. Garrett Withers, Garrett Withers, Mrs. Vego Barnes, Vego Barnes.8 X 10.36241310Clements and Wetherby in Morganfield, Kentucky.8 X 10.3625Photographs numbered 1311-13503625Pictures of Kentucky Colonels Dinner.36251349Clements with March of Dimes poster child.8 X 10.3626Photographs numbered 1351-138536261354Bess Clements ringing the Liberty Bell, July 4, 1950.8 X 10.36261357Wetherby, Clements, and Henry Ward.8 X 10.36261360Clements presenting award to Colonel Harlon Sanders at Union County Courthouse; Wetherby is in background.8 X 10.3627Photographs numbered 1386-140436271391Russell Long, unidentified, and Lyndon Johnson.8 X 10.36271393Clements, unidentified (possibly Alice Longworth Roosevelt), Lyndon Johnson, Bess Truman and Eleanor Roosevelt.7 X 9.36271404John Watts, Earle Clements, Henry Ward, unidentified eating watermelon.10 X 12.3628Photographs numbered 1405-141636281411Clements, F. Stephen Watkins, B. J. Leniham, and Howard C. Boaches at check presentation.11 X 14.PHOTOGRAPH FILE BInventory:Proofs36221. Earle Clements, Earl K. Long, and another man.8 X 10.36222. Earle Clements, Vice-President Barkley, and two men in Washington, D. C.8 X 10.36223. Mr. and Mrs. Clements and friends at the races.8 X 10.36224. Clements signing a bill with three men watching.36225. Henry (Scoop) Jackson of Washington, Clements, and an unidentified man.8 X 10.36226. President Eisenhower handing pen to Senator Walter George (D-Ga.) with Clements on left and John Foster Dulles the third from right.8 X 10.36227. Earle Clements with Brent Spence and two women.8 X 10.36228. Union County barbecue pit.8 X 10.36229. Clements speaking at dinner meeting.8 X 10.362210. Group of Senators: George Smathers is second from right, John Pastore seated in center, Clements next to him; four are unidentified.362211. A Kentucky Derby winner receiving blanket of roses; date unknown.8 X 10.362212. Clements with Carl Perkins.8 X 10.362213. Clements, Susan Johnson, and Alben Barkley.8 X 10.362214. Helen Wetherby, Lt. Governor Wetherby, Sara Clements, Governor Clements receiving guests at Governor's Mansion after inauguration in 1947.8 X 10.362215. First row: Representatives Charles Halleck (R-Ind.) and Joseph Martin (R-Mass.), President Eisenhower. Row 2: Senator Richard Russell, Rep. Sam Rayburn. Row 3: Senator Clements. Row 4: John Foster Dulles and Lyndon Johnson. Remaining people unidentified.8 X 10.362216. J. W. Howard, Clements, and Young (Superintendent of Churchill Downs).8 X 10.362217. Governor Clements at G. A. F. meeting.8 X 10.362218. Clements signing a bill. Front, left to right: Clements and two secretaries. Back, left to right: Cattie Lou Miller, Ed Farris, Opal Mitchell, Matt Sisk, Haddie Stokely, Rosalind Nehmyer, Lydwina Thompson, and Lawrence Wetherby.8 X 10.362219. Clements with three men at a meeting.8 X 10.362220. Guthrie Cry, the first Commissioner of the Kentucky State Police, Governor Clements, and Sargeant Pryor of the Indiana State Police, who trained the first Kentucky State Police in 1948.8 X 10.362221. Frank L. Chelf, fourth district Representative, at dedication of Mammoth Cave National Park, September 18, 1946.8 X 10.362222-25. Oversize pictures.362226. Clements, unidentified, and Lawrence Wetherby.8 X 10.362227. Clements at Saints and Sinners Club.8 X 10.362228. Wetherby, second from left; Clements, 4th from left; John Sherman Cooper, last on right; remaining persons unidentified.8 X 10.362229. Mrs. Clements, Bess Clements [?], and unidentified women.8 X 10.362230. Army officer, Clements, and unidentified man.8 X 10.362231. January 9, 1951. Capital Cloak Room: John Pastore, third from left; Richard M. Nixon, fourth from left; Clements, 6th from left; remaining persons unidentified.8 X 10.362232. June 14, 1954, Flag Day. U.S. Capitol: Senator Stiles Bridges, Senator William F. Knowland, Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, Senator Clements, Representative Louis C. Rabaut, Representative Leslie C. Arends [?], Senator Homer Ferguson, Representative Sid Simpson. Reciting revised Pledge of Allegiance for the first time.8 X 10.362233. Governor Clements signing bill with nine onlookers.8 X 10.362234. Clements at Cumberland Gap [?] with unidentified group. (Official Kentucky Dept. of Highways, Div. of Public Information photograph.8 X 10.362235. June, 1955. Senator Everett M. Dirkson (R-I11.), second from left, and Clements, 3rd from left, arrive in Bangkok to study American aid program.8 X 10.362236. First row: John Sherman Cooper, unidentified, and Clements. Remaining persons around table unidentified.8 X 10.362237. May 7, 1949. Unidentified man and woman at Governor's Derby Party.8 X 10.362238. Boat on unidentified body of water.8 X 10.362239. Clements speaking on podium.8 X 10.362240. Clements speaking with Clements photograph on podium.8 X 10.362341. First 10 (left to right) unidentified, Russell Long (D-La.), George Smathers (D-Fla.), Clements, Henry Jackson (D-Wash.), unidentified man.8 X 10.362342. May 27, 1949. Clements with Mountain Laurel Festival Queen and court.8 X 10.362343. Clements and Adron Doran fishing in Florida.8 X 10.362344. 1949 Derby winner Ponder; Clements on podium to present trophy.8 X 10.362345. Frank L. Chelf of Lebanon, Ky. autographed photograph.8 X 10.362346. Wetherby, first from left; Clements, 4th from left; Mrs. Clements, 7th from left, in factory.8 X 10.362347. Wetherby, first row, 3rd from left, at Governors' meeting at Colorado Springs.8 X 10.362348. Clements (center) greeting unidentified women.8 X 10.362349. Governor Clements and Hilda Gay, drum major.362350. May 6, 1955. Clements, second from left; Averell Harriman, 5th from left.8 X 10.362351. Wetherby cristening Office Building Annex in Frankfort, Ky. Clements, 3rd from left.8 X 10.362352. Clements with two unidentified men.8 X 10.362353. Clements with woman campaigning for fire prevention.8 X 10.362354. Clements with unidentified constituents.8 X 10.362355. July 4, 1950. Clements at award presentation with two unidentified men.8 X 10.362456. Clements, first from left, and Wetherby, second from left, greeting unidentified couple.8 X 10.362457. Clements, standing row, second from left, with unidentified group of men around dinner table.8 X 10.362458. Mr. and Mrs. Clements in car with unidentified boy.8 X 10.362459. May 7, 1949. Clements with two men presenting the Governor oranges.8 X 10.362460. Clements with [possibly] Alice Longworth Roosevelt at banquet table.6-1/2 X 8-1/2.362461. Clements and Rev. C. Lynn White of Harlan, Ky. at Cane Ridge.8 X 10.362462. Seated: Barkley, 3rd from left, Johnson at head of table, Clements, 6th from left. Standing: unidentifed.8 X 11-3/4.362463. Barkley and Clements, center of photograph.8 X 10.362464. Mrs. Clements sitting with two women.8 X 10.362465. John Watts, Clements, Henry Ward, unidentified, eating watermelon.8 X 10.362466. Clements, back center, at American Legion dinner.8 X 10.362467. Clements, first from right, at meeting.8 X 10.362468. Bess Clements ringing the Liberty Bell.8 X 10.362469. Senate Democratic Policy Committee, Senators Joseph O'Mahoney (Wyo.), Lister Hill (Ala.), Ernest W. McFarland (Ariz), Vice-President Alben Barkley, Senators Lyndon Johnson (Tex.), Clements, and Richard B. Russell (Ga.). Meeting before opening of 82nd Congress.8 X 10.362470. May 6, 1950. Governor's Derby party.8 X 10.362471. Sam Rayburn (D-Tex.), John Pastore (D-R.I.), John McCormack (D-Mass.), Lyndon Johnson (D-Tex.), Charles Halleck (R-Ind.), unidentified man, Clements, unidentified man, unidentified man, Harry Truman, Alben Barkley.8 X 10.362472. Clements, Lyndon B. Johnson.6-1/2 X 8-1/2.362473. Clements, 3rd from left, with three unidentified men.8 X 10.362474. First row: Frederick Vinson, second from left; Flem Sampson, 3rd from left. Second row: Clements, 3rd from left. Third row: John Sherman Cooper, second from left. Remaining unidentified.8 X 10.362575. Dinner party. Clements, [possibly] Alice Longworth Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson. Standing: Bess Truman, Eleanor Roosevelt.6-3/4 X 8-1/2.362576. Clements with March of Dimes poster child.8 X 10.362577. Mr. and Mrs. Clements with unidentified man and boy with Kentucky long rifle.8 X 10.362578. Clements, seated, present at the swearing in of an unidentified man. Administrator of the oath and onlooker also unidentified.8 X 10.362579. Group of Congressmen identified under #1252. Clements second from left on first row.8 X 10.362580. Meeting in an office. Senator Johnson, seated; unidentified man, standing; Senator Stuart Symington (D-Mo.), seated first from left on couch, Richard Russell (D-Ga.), Clements, unidentified man seated in chair at right end of couch, George Smathers (D-Fla.), standing.8 X 10.362581. Clements, right, shaking hands with unidentified man at Post Office Clerks meeting.8 X 10.362582. Anderson, Secretary of Agriculture, Clements, R. P. Moloney at races.8 X 10.362583. August 20, 1948. Governor Clements addressing Kentucky National Guard at Brooks Field. Clements at microphone. First row: Brig. Gen. Roscoe Murray, State Adj. Gen. of the Kentucky National Guard, Maj. Gen. William G. Livesay, C. G. The Armd. Ctr., and Ft. Knox, Maj. Gen. R. R. Allen, C. G. 3rd Armd. Div., Brig. Gen. J. R. Sheetz, C. G. 2828 ASU UMT Exp. Unit, Brig. Gen. B. C. Clarke; Asst. Comdt. The Armd. School, Congressman Frank L. Chelf, Lt. Gov. Lawrence Wetherby, John W. Manning, State Commissioner of Finance.8 X 10.362584. 1949 Derby winner ceremony. Clements, first from left, Superintendent of Churchill Downs, owner of Calumet Farms, winning jockey; remaining unidentified.8 X 10.362585. Group of four men.8 X 10.362586. Autographed photograph of Douglas Misday on horseback.8 X 10.362587. Photograph of Clements shaking hand of man with four onlookers. Autographed by Paul L. Young.8 X 10.362588. Governor Clements, to left of woman, accepting check from unidentified group.8 X 10.362589. J. Fred Miles, President of Kentucky Colonels, second from left; Clements, 3rd from left, Wilson Wyatt, 5th from left.8 X 10.362590. Governor Clements with group of men. First row, 3rd from left: Garrett Withers.8 X 10.362591. Clements, first form left, with two military men.8 X 10.362592. Vice-President Barkley, Governor Clements, Senators Virgil Chapman and Garrett Withers.8 X 10.362593. Clements, seated on right side of tree stump, and Tom Underwood, Sr., front row, second from right, with unidentified group.8 X 10.362594. October 8, 1949. Clements, first from left, accepting gavel from unidentified man.8 X 10.362595. White House, June 26, 1954. First row: Virgil Chapman, second from left; President Eisenhower. Second row: Senator Lyndon Johnson and Clements. Remaining unidentified.8 X 10.362696. Clements with an unidentified man.8 X 10.362697. Senator Barkley speaking at dedication of Mammoth Cave National Park, September 18, 1946.8 X 10.362698. Left to right around table: Earle Clements, Mr. and Mrs. Orvill Dyer (nephew of Mrs. Clements), Catherine Hughes, Phillip and Jane Arnold (niece of Mrs. Clements), Helen Wetherby, unidentified, Lawrence Wetherby, and Sara Clements. The women behind are Bess Clements and the Wetherbys' daughter.8 X 10.362699. John Manning, unidentified, Clements, Willie Snow, Sallie Willis, and three others.8 X 10.3626100. Speaker is Indira Gandhi; Fred Wilkie, Sara Clements, unidentified, and Mrs. Charles Farnsley.8 X 10.3626101. Clements with park rangers.8 X 10.3626102. December, 1947. Porter Simms swearing in Clements and Wetherby. Behind Clements is Simeon Willis.8 X 10.3626103. Governor Nouse of Colorado and Clements with teenagers dressed as Indians.8 X 10.3626104. July 4, 1950. Clements, Lawrence Wetherby, Mrs. Wetherby, Mrs. Clements with hostess at My Old Kentucky Home.8 X 10.3626105. October 20, 1948. Swearing in of Agriculture and Industrial Development Board, later called Dept. of Commerce. Left to right: Charles K. O'Connell, Governor Clements, Mark H. Bowne, Clearfield, Ky.; Ivan Jett, Georgetown, Ky,; Earl R. Muir, Chairman, Louisville, Ky.; W. J. Foster, Mayfield, Ky.; Dr. H. L. Donovan, Harry LaViers, Paintsville, Ky.; Henry T. Parrott, Campbellsville, Ky.8 X 10.3626106. Clements, center to right of second woman, on Mammoth Cave tour.8 X 10.3626107. Mrs. Lew Bronstein, Clements, John Perry drinking mint julep.8 X 10.3626108. Clements, second row, second from left; Bess, front row, second from left; Mrs. Clements, first from right at Fleming Co. horse show.3626109. Clements, second row, first from right, with unidentified group.8 X 10.3626110. Clements with unidentified couple.8 X 10.3626111. 1949. Clements, right, with poster of First National Tourist promotion by the Ky. Dept. of Highways.8 X 10.3626112. Clements and Barkley with a group of people.8 X 10.3626113. Louis Cox, Governor Earl Long of Louisiana, Clements, Governor Millard Caldwell of Florida, and Lawrence Wetherby at the races.8 X 10.3626114. Clements, Ed Farris and son.8 X 10.3626115. Clements and John Keck, Kentucky Highway Commissioner3627116. December 1947. Clements inauguration.8 X 10.3627117. Clements with PeeWee King and Vincent J. Steele.8 X 10.3627118. Henry Ward and Clements at banquet table with others.8 X 10.3627119. Clements with Senators Smith of New Jersey and Anderson of New Mexico; Frank Chelf is at bottom of picture.8 X 10.3627120. Mayor Cummins of Cynthiana and Clements, riding mules.8 X 10.3627121. Reception: Louis Cox, Mrs. Cox, Lawrence Wetherby, unidentified, Mrs. Clements, Governor Clements, unidentified, Charles McCann (state senator from Louisville), and Gen. Roscoe Murray.8 X 10.3627122. Clements signing bill.8 X 10.3627123. Clements, second from left; three other unidentified men at bus.8 X 10.3627124. Unidentified man.8 X 10.3627125. Damaged. Bess Abell (Clements), her son, and Sen. Boothe of Va. State Senate on right.8 X 10.3628126. Farm Bureau barbecue in Todd Co., Ky.8 X 10.3628127. Missing.3628128. Signed by Lyndon B. Johnson, "To Earle, my best."8 X 10.3628129. Burley tobacco in Todd Co., Ky.8 X 10.3628130. Signed and inscribed by John Whitaker.3628131. Signed and inscribed by Robert Kerr, United States Senator from Oklahoma.8 X 10.3628132. Hall sheep at Polychisome Pass, McKinley Park, Alaska.5 X 7-1/4.3628133. Caribou at McKinley Park, Alaska.3 X 4-1/4.3628134. Bears at McKinley Park, Alaska.3 X 4-1/4.3628135. Signed and inscribed by Emerson "Doc" Beauchamp.8 X 10.3628136. Clements with Mountain Laurel Festival Queen and court.8 X 10.3628137. Signed and inscribed, "To Earle Clements with my complete devotion and regards. Jan. 5, 1957," by Lyndon B. Johnson.3628138. 1955. Nixon, seated, signing award to be presented to Berea College; Clements and John Watts, standing.8 X 10.3628139. November 1, 1955. Signed and inscribed by William Natcher, Congressman from Ky.8 X 10.3628140. August 22, 1953. Mt. McKinley over Wonder Lake in Alaska. Signed and inscribed by Bud Lawrence.8 X 10.3628141. Color photograph of Legion barbecue in Morganfield, Ky.8 X 10.3628142. Signed and inscribed by Virgil Chapman, U.S. Senator from Kentucky.8 X 10.3628143. May 27, 1949. Mountain Laurel Festival; Clements, center.8 X 10.3628144. Same as in #143. Clements crowning queen.8 X 10.3628145. June 2, 1950. Mountain Laurel Festival.8 X 10.3628146. Signed by Fred Vinson.8 X 10.3628147. 1952. Signed and inscribed by Clay Wade Bailey.8 X 10.3628148. Signed and inscribed by Lawrence Wetherby.8 X 10.3628149. Signed and inscribed by Tom Underwood, United States Senator from Kentucky.8 X 10.3628150. May 5-20, 1948. Clements at desk with delegation of A. M. E. Zion Church for general conference.8 X 10.3628151. October 5, 1945. U.S. Capitol at night "with sincere regards/John W. Hughes (Major)/Canadian Army."8 X 10.3628152. December 9, 1947. Bess dancing with Lawrence Wetherby at Gubernatorial Inauguration, December 9, 1947.3628153. Governor's Mansion, Frankfort, Ky.8 X 10.3628154. Speaker's Banquet table at the Convention of Post Office Clerks. Earle C. Clements spoke.8 X 10.3628155. Signed and inscribed by John Watts.8 X 10.3628156. Signed and inscribed by Emerson (Doc) Beauchamp.8 X 10.3628157. September, 1948. Clements with Truman when the President visited Louisville.11 X 14.3628158. January 20, 1949. Clements, Mrs. Clements, before car they rode in during Truman's inaugural parade.8 X 10.3628159. Clements, Mrs. Clements in front of tepee.8 X 10.3628160. Clements with string of fish.8 X 10.3628161. Governor's Mansion, Frankfort, Ky.8 X 10.3628162. Mrs. Clements christening airplane, "Flagship Kentucky." Clements, Mr. and Mrs. Wetherby, others, look on.8 X 10.3628163. Clements and Wetherby, probably around 1950.8-3/4 X 10.3628164. July 3, 1948. Ground-breaking ceremony for flood control project.8 X 10.3628165. Clements, seated; standing, left to right, Tom Underwood, Sr., Mrs. Underwood, Mrs. Clements.8 X 10.3629166. Signed and inscribed by Garrett Withers.8 X 10.3629167. R. V. Thomas, Congressman from Ky.'s 3rd District.6-1/2 X 11.3629168. Signed and inscribed by Carl Perkins, Ky. Congressman.8 X 10.3629169. Coal and tipple.8 X 10.3629170-173: Oversized items.3629174. Clements, Mrs. Alben Barkley, Alben Barkley at the dais of a Democratic party fund raiser.8 X 10.3629175. Herman Donovan, Earle Clements, Keen Johnson and an unidentified man (possibly Ab Kirwan).8 X 10.3629176. Lawrence Wetherby and Earle Clements with a group of men.8 X 10.3629177. Unidentified judge.8 X 10.3629178. Left to right: Stuart Symington, Lyndon Johnson, George Smathers (standing), Earle Clements and Richard Russell in Florida.8 X 10.3629179. Clements with some children, 1949.8 X 10.3629180. Clements speaking from courthouse steps in Morganfield.8 X 10.3629181. Clements with group of women.8 X 10.3629182. Congressional group with Harry Truman. Clements, Carl Hayden, and Tom Connelly are in the picture.8 X 10.3629183. Harry Truman at microphone. In background are Alben Barkley, Fred Vinson, and Earle Clements.8 X 10.3629184. September 2, 1952. Clements, 3rd from left at front table, at panel interview.8 X 10.3629185. Bob Henning, Johnson, and Clements; signed and inscribed by Johnson and Henning.8 X 10.3629Clements - Cartoons36291. Colonels Taylor and Esselmann "going to see" Clements.7-1/2 X 9-1/2.36292. Christmas card to Clements, 1953. Signed by Frank Godwin.7-1/4 X 10.36293. February 5, 1954. Senator Wayne Morse, covered with signatures.8 X 10.36294-5. Oversized items.36296. July 6, 1955. Clements as Senate Democratic Leader when Lyndon Johnson becomes ill; Evansville Courier.6-1/2 X 12-3/4.3629Clements - Awards36291-5. Oversized items.36296. July 1, 1955. Berea College, Kentucky public service award.8 X 10-1/2.36297. June 17, 1954. Certifying Clements' "outstanding service to motion picture industry in Kentucky," presented by Ky. Association of Theatre Owners.8-1/4 X 10-3/4.36298. March 8, 1951. Russwurm Award to Clements by Negro Newspaper Publishers Association.8 X 10-1/2.36299. No date. Certifying membership in Franklin-Simpson, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.8 X 10.362910. No date. Certifying promotion to Fox Hunter, first class, by Kentucky Fox Hunters.8-1/4 X 10-3/4.362911. 1946. Award certifying reception of medallion which commemorated 100th anniversary of founding of the School of Law of the University of Louisville.6 X 9.362912. Explanation of medallion described in #11.6 X 9.362913. November 1, 1951. Certifying Clements' "outstanding leadership and service" to Kentucky, presented by publishers of Kentucky Farmer.8-1/2 X 11.362914. July 27, 1955. Certifying charter membership in Clipper Club [oversized and separate].10-3/4 X 13.362915. September 9, 1948. Award to Clements for his efforts in conservation. Presented by the Union County Soil Conservation District.9 X 11.3629Clements - DocumentsVarious unframed documents, wrapped.36291. November 27, 1933. Certifying election to Union Co. judgeship.11 X 15-3/4.36292. October 22, 1935. Certifying Clements as aide-de-camp of Ky. Gov. Ruby Lafoon.11 X 16-1/2.36293. November 23, 1937. Certifying election to Union Co. judgeship.11 X 15-3/4.36294. November 4, 1941. Certifying election to state senate from 4th District.11 X 16.36295. November 12, 1940 to May 31, 1947. Certificate of membership on Selective Service Commission.9 X 11.36296. November 15, 1950. Certifying that Clements received majority of votes in election for Senator.8-1/2 X 11.36297. November 14, 1950. Certifying Clements as Senator (unexpired term), signed by Cattie Lou Miller.11 X 16.36298. Same as #7 (one for regular term).11 X 16.36299. November 15, 1950. Letter to Clements from election official advising Clements of official Senate election.8-1/2 X 10.362910. November 16, 1950. Certifying to the President of the Senate that Clements had been duly elected as Senator(2 copies). 8-1/2 X 10.362911. January 1, 1953. Elected to position of Minority Whip in 83rd Congress (2 copies). Signed by Richard Nixon.10 X 15.362912. January 4, 1955. Elected to position of Majority Whip in 84th Congress (2 copies). Signed by Richard Nixon.10 X 15.362913. June 4, 1956. Certifying Clements as aide-de-camp to Louisiana Gov. Earl Long.13-1/4 X 16-1/2.362914. June 4, 1948. Certifying Doctor of Law Degree from Univ. of Ky.12-1/2 X 16-1/2.362915. 1927. Certifying course completion, Rockne-Meanwell School for Coaches. Signed by Knute Rockne.9-1/2 X 11-1/4.362916. 1930. Certifying course completion at Albion College Coaching School.5-1/2 X 8-1/2.3629Clements - Photograph Albums36291. Clements at 1946 Kentucky Derby. Brown leather; on cover, "from General J. Fred Miles."12-3/4 X 14-3/4.36292. December 9, 1947. Clements' inauguration as Kentucky governor. Dark blue.11-1/2 X 15-1/2.36293. Clements at 1948 Kentucky Colonels barbecue. Tan.10 X 12.36294. May, 1948. Folder of Kentucky Derby and Clements. Presented by 149th Infantry Regiment. Black.8 X 10.36295. People with mint juleps at unknown function. Brown leather.8 X 10.36296. Mostly war pictures. Black cloth covered album, in poor condition.7 X 10.3629Clements - Miscellaneous Items36291. 1956. Campaign poster: Stevenson, Kefauver, Clements, Wetherby.22 X 36.36292. Box of pens and pencils.3629Wooden pen, from "Bess." November 27 to January 3, 1951. Yellow pencil, "U.S. Senate."3629On bottom of box, these words: "pens used when sworn in as Senator, '50-'51."36293. April 9, 1951 to October 2, 1951. Guest register. Blue.6-3/4 X 9.36294. October 2, 1951 to January 6, 1953. Guest register. Blue.6-3/4 X 9.36295. January 7, 1953 to December 30, 1953. Guest register. Blue.6-3/4 X 9.36296. January 6 to August 14, 1954. Guest register. Red.6-3/4 X 9.36297. August 16 to December 22, 1955. Guest register. Red.6-3/4 X 9.36298. January 3 to December 17, 1956. Guest register. Blue.6-3/4 X 9.36299. February 23 to August, 1956. Guest register. Pink.8-1/2 X 10-1/2.362910. March 7 to November 3, 1956. Guest register. Green.6-3/4 X 9.362911. Clippings of Chandler-Denny campaign for governor in 1955. Also, Clements' publicity speeches and clippings.12 X 16.362912. Items wrapped together.3629a. Red "colonel"-type string tie with "Combs" on one streamer and "Wyatt" on other.3629b. Reproduction of Stephen Collins Foster painting.11 X 14.3629c. Envelopes with Senate address imprinted.10-1/2 X 6-1/2, brown. 9-1/2 X 12, brown. 9-1/2 X 4, white.3629d. Stereotype mats for Clements' picture.3-3/4 X 5 (2 copies). 4 X 4 (2 copies). 2 X 3 (2 copies).3629e. August 14, 1920. U.S. citizen's temporary identity card for Clements.3 X 5.3629f. October 7, 1948. Booklet, Congressional Awards for Distinguished Service.8-1/2 X 11.3629g. Paragraph on "Art of Getting Along."8 X 10.3629h. 1951. Voting justification by Harry F. Byrd.8-3/4 X 12.362913. February 9, 1954. Menu-program, American Pioneer Dinner, Washington, D. C.8 X 10.362914. Copper relief of Man [UNK]' War. Signature, M. R. "Bob" Evans.13-1/2 X 11.362915. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Last Message to the American People.10 X 17.OVERSIZE MATERIALPhotograph File A3629223.1948. The Governor's Handicap at Dade Park.8 X 10.3629281-284.Earle and Sara Clements at 1948 Presidential Inauguration.7-1/2 X 9-1/2.36291318.Douglas MacArthur.10-1/2 X 13-1/2.36291405-1406.Clements with national park rangers.8-1/2 X 11.36291410.Clements as a candidate for U.S. Representative.36291411.Seated: Earle Clements and Howard C. Boaches. Standing: B. J. Lenihan and F. Stephen Watkins.11 X 13-1/2.36291412-1416.Five sequential photos of atomic bomb explosion at Yucca Flat, Nevada.11 X 13-3/4.Photograph File B362922. Clements with three others at a racetrack.11 X 13-3/4.362923. Dedication of Kentucky Dam on Tennessee River. Included in the picture are Harry Truman, Alben Barkley, Brent Spence, a TVA official, a U.S. Representative from Tennessee, Frank Chelf, Clements, Leslie Biffle and John Sparkman.11 X 13-3/4.362924. Clements shaking hands with an unidentified man getting off a train.11 X 13-1/2.362925. 1950 Kentucky Derby.13-1/2 X 10-1/4.3629170. Clements.15-1/2 X 19.3629172. Emerson "Doc" Beauchamp.11-1/2 X 13-3/4.3629173. Committee on Agriculture, U.S. House of Representatives, Seventy-Ninth Congress. Members identified on photograph.9-1/2 X 31.3629Awards36291. April 28, 1953. Kentucky Chamber of Commerce presenting Clements with key to My Old Kentucky Home.10 X 13-1/2.36292. August 21, 1953. Certification of Clements' having crossed the Arctic Circle.9-3/4 X 12-1/2.36294. Certification of membership in Louisville's Sinking Fund.9-3/4 X 16.36295. Certification of membership in "World's Farthest North Golf and Country Club," Fairbanks, Alaska.11 X 14-3/4.3629Cartoons36294. Courier-Journal cartoon of Clements' efforts for appropriations for Ohio Valley dams. Signed by Grover Page.11-1/4 X 12-1/2.36295. Evansville, Indiana Courier cartoon which appeared on page one. Signed by Karl Kacknecht, artist.13-1/2 X 14.RECORDINGS AND FILMSTape Recordings include interviews, discussions, and speeches dating from 1955-1956. Films include interviews and campaign film from 1955-1956. Also included in the Recordings and Films series is a 33 1/3 RPM phonograph record containing an interview with Senator Everett Dirksen and Senator Earle Clements in Saigon recorded on July 12, 1955 for Voice of America. Clements Tapes36291. Capitol Calendar - 4-3/4 inches. Playing time: 13:47. Playing speed: 7-1/2. Recorded: July 29, 1955. Topics of discussion; Report on 1st Session, 84th Congress; Representative John Watts is guest to report on House activities. Discusses number of bills passed and the quality of those bills; Burley Tobacco Bill; Reciprocal Trade Agreement; Mutual Securities Act; Formosa Resolution; Austrian Treaty; Collective Mutual Defense Treaty of South-east Asia (Manila Pact); Disaster Relief Act; More work needed on Social Security Act; School Construction; Balanced Highway Program; Farm legislation; Tax relief.36292. Hubert Meredith Radio Address, former Attorney General. 7 inches. Playing time: 28:47. Playing speed: 3-3/4. Recorded: August 1, 1955. Topics of discussion: Compares Clements to Huey Long; Attacks State expenditures under Clements and Wetherby; Suggests expenditures and taxes will go up if Combs is elected; Notes that education has been ignored; Discusses the Clements political machine; Discussion of Judge Bert T. Combs; Discussion of Louisville Courier-Journal's support of the Clements organization; Discussion of Comb's involvement in politics as a judge; Discusses role of Alben Barkley and John Y. Brown in the campaign; Discussion of possible sales tax; Chandler and labor support; State Park System and patronage; Discussion of State Fairgrounds; Chandler campaign song, "Happy Days are Here Again".36293. Alben W. Barkley: Speaking in support of Bert T. Combs - Audio Recording of television address over WHAS-TV, Louisville, Kentucky. 7 inches. Playing time: 28:08. Playing speed:7-1/2. Recorded: August 4, 1955. Topics of discussion: Barkley explains reasons for becoming involved in primary campaign; discusses Chandler's Senate career; Chandler's support of Republicans in 1946 and Dixiecrats in 1948; Chandler's opposition to Barkley at 1952 Democratic Convention.36294. Combs for Governor: Alben W. Barkley Address - 7 inches. Playing time: 27:44. Playing speed: 7-1/2. Recorded: August 5, 1955. Topics of discussion: Robert Hines, Jr., McCracken Co. Chairman for Combs introduces Senator Alben Barkley, speaking on the steps of the McCracken Co. Courthouse; Barkley explains reasons for supporting Combs in the primary; Recalls Chandler's support for Republicans; Urges support for the Democratic Party; Discusses Chandler's support of Republican programs in the Senate.36295. Capitol Calendar - 5 inches. Playing time: 11:52. Playing speed: 7-1/2. Recorded: June 14, 1956. Topics of discussion: Emory Frazier, Clerk of the Senate; Senator Clements and Frazier discuss Frazier's career in the Senate; Frazier relates Senator Alben Barkley's speech against President Roosevelt's tax bill; Frazier describes the duties of the Chief Clerk of the Senate: Clements recalls Frazier calling the roll at the Democratic National Conventions; Frazier's historical research on the Senate and his discoveries.Clements Film36291. Report from Washington - Playing time: 12:47. Recorded: No date. Topics of discussion: Agricultural Research with comments by Frank Tutont: Demonstration of products made possible by Agricultural Research by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.36292. Senator Clements' and Senator Everett Dirksen's Saigon Tour - Playing time: 2:31. Recorded: June 19, 1955. Topics of discussion: Clements and Dirksen arrive at Saigon Airport; Greeted by military officials.36293. Clements for Senator - Playing time: 58 seconds. Recorded: May, 1956. Topics of discussion: Democratic primary: A vote for Clements is a vote for continued progressive leadership; "Not Running for a Dictator or as a Shadow Man."36294. Clements Campaign Film - Playing time: 14:11. Recorded: May, 1956. Topics of discussion: Calls 1956 primary campaign "Strange campaign"; Discusses Chandler's role in the campaign; States he wouldn't make a deal with Chandler; Compares Chandler's opposition to him to Chandler's opposition to Senator Logan in 1936 and Senator Barkley in 1938. Claims Chandler is trying to lessen the voice of the people by changing date of primary election; Discusses Barkley's recent death and their work together in the Senate; Discusses investigation into cigarette production by Sub-Committee on Agriculture of which he was Chairman; Emphasizes his support of tobacco; Apologizes for not being able to return to Kentucky often to campaign.36295. "Earle Clements-Applicant" - Playing time: 29:19. Recorded: May, 1956. Topics of discussion: 1956 primary campaign. Mentions that people call him "Clementine" but that he actually likes the sound of it. Says he will make no promises he cannot keep. Says film is substitute for opening rally in campaign. Duties as Senator and Assistant Majority Leader keep him in Washington. Discusses recent drop in farm income and need for him to stay in Washington and work on farm bill; Gives tour of his office and introduces the staff; Stresses his achievements as Governor; Discusses his work for tobacco; Mentions his close friendship with Alben Barkley, Virgil Chapman, and Garrett Withers; Discusses his early background including years at the University of Kentucky; Emphasizes his support for education, roads and state parks in Kentucky as Governor; Discusses his role on Agricultural, Appropriations and Policy Committees and his role as Assistant Majority Leader; Stresses Chandler's role in the campaign against him; Compares it to Chandler's opposition to Barkley in 1938; Introduces Mrs. Clements.36296. Clements for Senator - Playing time: 27 seconds. Recorded: October, 1956. Topics of discussion: 1956 campaign; Stressed experience and standing in the Senate.Clements Records36291. Interview with Senator Everett Dirksen and Senator Earle Clements in Saigon - Voice of America. Playing time: 5:27. Playing speed: 33-1/3. Recorded: July 12, 1955. Topics of discussion: Side 1 - Senator Dirksen discusses tour of Southeast Asia to assess support of Southeast Asia by United States; Clements discusses tour of Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. Side 2 - Dirksen compares this trip to visit two years earlier, believes there has been remarkable improvement in Vietnam; Clements discusses remainder of trip in Cambodia and Thailand; Dirksen discusses his plans to visit Middle East, Germany, Austria and Denmark after Clements returns to Washington; Clements evaluates trip; Dirksen evaluates trip.Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970s