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Morton Collection,  1939-1976 Processed by Division of Special Collections; Machine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig Special Collections University of Kentucky Public Policy Archives University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13    Copyright 1998 University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from typescript by rekeying. Date of source:  Date completed Finding aid encoded by Eric Weig  Description is in  English.       Guide to the Rogers C.B. Morton Collection,  1939-1976 Contact Information Special Collections University of Kentucky Public Policy Archives University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 Phone: (859) 257-8634 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email:  sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL:  http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13     Processed by Staff Date Completed 1998 Encoded by Eric Weig    Copyright 1999 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved.     Rogers C.B. Morton Collection,  1939-1976 84M1   Morton, Rogers C.B., 1914-1979 171 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], Rogers C.B. Morton Collection, 1939-1976, 84M1, Special Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington. Rogers C. B. Morton was born on September 19, 1914. A descendant of the Revolutionary War hero George Rogers Clark, whom he was named for, Morton came from a wealthy and prominent Louisville, Kentucky family. His older brother, Thruston B. Morton, had served in Washington, D.C. as Senator from Kentucky (1957-1969), as Chairman of the Republican National Committee (1959-1961), and as Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations under President Eisenhower (1953-1956). It was as campaign manager for his brother that the younger Morton gained his first experience in the political arena.  In 1952 Morton moved his immediate family from Kentucky to Maryland's Eastern Shore country. On his Easton, Maryland farm he established a cattle finishing operation. He stepped back into politics in 1960, when he managed the unsuccessful congressional campaign of Edward T. Miller, the Republican nominee for Maryland's First District congressional seat. In 1962 Morton himself ran for the First District seat in the House of Representatives and won. Maryland's First District was heavily registered in favor of the Democratic party, yet Morton (a Republican) won re-election to Congress for five consecutive terms.  Morton brought a successful background in business to his congressional office. In addition to his private business operations in Maryland, he had served as president of the family company, Ballard and Ballard, until it was sold to the Pillsbury Company in 1951. After the merger, he remained as vice-president of Pillsbury until 1953 and as director and a member of the executive committee until he resigned the post in January, 1971. Morton's Congressional files reflect his firm belief in the committee system of legislation. From 1963 to 1968 he served on the House Committees on Interior and Insular Affairs and Merchant Marines and Fisheries. During the 90th Congress (1967-1968) the Select Committee on Small Business was added to his two previous committee assignments.  While serving on the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, Morton made trips to the Trust Territories of the Pacific. His position at the ranking minority member on the Subcommittee on Territorial and Insular Affairs won him appointment to the United States-Puerto Rico Commission on the status of Puerto Rico in 1965. He also used his position on the Interior Committee as a valuable step in passing important environmental legislation for the Eastern Shore and Chesapeake Bay area. With the beginning of the 91st Congress (1969-1970) Morton gave up his previous committee assignments in order to take a seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee.  Morton was throughout his career an active partisan for the Republican Party. Following the Republican defeat in the Presidential election of 1964, he began work to help rebuild the party's fortunes. Morton consistently supported Richard M. Nixon as the party's Presidential candidate for 1968. At the 1968 Republican National Convention he served as Nixon's floor manager, helping Nixon to achieve a first round nomination. This close working relationship carried over into the new President's administration, and when Republican National Committee Chairman Ray Bliss submitted his resignation, Nixon chose Morton as Bliss' replacement. Morton accepted the position, but continued to hold his congressional seat as well. He refused to accept the substantial salary which accompanied the chairmanship. Morton held the position as Republican National Committee Chairman from 1969 until 1971.  Following Nixon's election in 1968 there was some anticipation that Morton would be named to the new President's cabinet. The post of Secretary of the Interior was one in which Morton had expressed interest. Fulfilling a campaign promise, Nixon was obliged to appoint his Secretary of the Interior from one of the western states. Accordingly, he nominated Governor Walter J. Hickel of Alaska. Hickel was sworn in as Secretary in January 1969, after lengthy nomination hearings.  However, Hickel's tenure as Secretary was a short one. In mid-1970, Hickel publicly opposed President Nixon's policy on the bombing of Cambodia and the administration's stance on the youth protest movement. As a result Hickel was asked to resign his post in November of 1970 and Morton was named to take his place.  Morton was officially nominated and confirmed as Secretary of the Interior in January, 1971. He was the first easterner to hold the position of Secretary of the Interior. His tenure in the post began with the immediate controversy surrounding the approval of a building permit for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. It was an issue which reoccurred through Morton's first four years in office.  The varied responsibilities of the Department of the Interior are reflected in the issues which arose during Morton's term as Secretary. The Native American movement gained momentum - In November of 1972 a Native American group took over the Bureau of Indian Affairs Building in Washington, D. C., and in March of 1973 the Wounded Knee Incident made national headlines.  Coal mine safety and health regulations became a primary concern for the Bureau of Mines. Development of alternative energy sources due to the depletion of natural resources and the Arab oil embargo became so important that in 1975 Morton was appointed to head the President's Energy Resources Council.  From February to April of 1973 Morton underwent radiation treatment for prostate cancer at Stanford University in California. He established a small office at Menlo Park, California, and was kept informed and remained active in government affairs while undergoing treatment.  The scandals involving Vice President Spiro T. Agnew and Watergate rocked the Nixon administration during 1973 and 1974. Morton's position as Secretary of the Interior survived the resignation of Richard Nixon and he continued in the post under President Gerald R. Ford.  In April of 1975 Morton moved from the Department of the Interior to the Commerce Department. Speculation was that he could do more for the President's re-election hopes if he were in a position that would allow him to reach the business community. There were also reports that Morton's declining health might be at least partially responsible for the move. In any case, Morton's stay at the Commerce Department lasted less than a year. Though short, his time there was not uneventful. He was threatened with a contempt citation because he refused to reveal documents subpoenaed by the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations which were connected to American businesses and the Arab oil boycott. A compromise was eventually achieved between Morton and the Committee.  During the Presidential election in 1976, the Republican party was faced with the battle of recouping the losses caused by Watergate. Morton left the Cabinet to direct the President Ford Election Committee in 1976, and served in that position until after the Republican National Convention.  Morton retired from public life in 1977. He returned to Pres'quile, his home on the Eastern Shore, to raise cattle and run the custom-made boat business he has established while serving as Secretary of Commerce. Morton died at his home on April 19, 1979.  Rogers C. B. Morton was educated in the public schools of Jefferson County, Kentucky, and at Woodberry Forrest, a preparatory school in Virginia. He was a 1937 Graduate of Yale and attended medical school at Columbia University for one year before deciding to return to the family business in Kentucky. He served for a brief period in the Navy and later enlisted as a private in the Army following the United States' entry into World War Two. He saw action in the European Theater and left the Army in 1945 as a Captain of Field Artillery. Morton was married to the former Anne Prather Jones of Louisville, Kentucky, and they had two children - a son, David, and a daughter, Anne.  These papers contain the office files of Louisville, Kentucky, native Rogers Morton while he served as a member of Congress from Maryland, Republican National Committee Chairman (1969-1971), Secretary of the Interior and Commerce, and advisor to the presidential campaign of Gerald R. Ford. The papers contain correspondence, photographs, oral histories, scrapbooks, and memorabilia. Important correspondents include: Spiro Agnew, John Anderson, J. Glenn Beall, George Bush, Marlowe Cook, John Sherman Cooper, Everett Dirksen, Robert Dole, John Ehrlichman, Gerald Ford, Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson, Melvin Laird, Marvin Mandel, Charles Mathias, Thruston Morton, Richard Nixon, Charles Percy, Ronald Reagan, Nelson Rockefeller, George Romney, Hugh Scott, J. Millard Tawes, Joseph Tydings, and Stewart Udall. These papers provide valuable information on the presidency of Richard M. Nixon. A published guide is available. Container List 	Congressional Series Boxes 1-169 The Congressional Series reflects Morton's firm belief in the committee process of lawmaking. Morton's voting record during his tenure as U.S. Representative of Maryland's First Congressional District has been placed in front of the series to provide an overview of his record in Congress. In general, the series is arranged in chronological order. Bills are divided by Congressional session and listed according to the date they were introduced in the House. The Legislative subseries is arranged chronologically and alphabetically by committee name within each year. The remainder of the subseries are arranged primarily chronologically and then alphabetically by folder title.  Subseries:  Voting Record, Morton Bills, Legislation, Projects, Miscellaneous Projects, Special Projects, General, Press File, Departments, Morton Campaigns, Nixon Campaigns, Engagements, Office Records  	Voting Record 	1 1 	88th Congress - 1963-1964 	1 2 	89th Congress - 1965-1966 	1 3 	90th Congress - 1967-1968 	1 4 	91st Congress - 1969-1970 	Morton Bills - 88th-89th Congress 	1.1 1 	Redistricting - Congressional State of Maryland, 1963 	1.1 2 	H.R. 2994 - Water Milfoil Bill - Public Works Committee, 1963 	1.1 3 	Amendment to H.R. 3846 - Interior  &  Insular Affairs Comm., 1963 	1.1 4 	H.R. 4540 Toll Charges - Judiciary Committee, 1963 	1.1 5 	H.J. Res. 420 - Loyalty Pledges - Committee on Agriculture, 1963 	1.1 6 	H.R. 6999 - Wheat  &  Feed Grain Act - Agriculture 1963 	1.1 7 	Requests for H.R. 6999, 1963 	1.1 8 	H.R. 7934 - Star Spangle Banner Stamp - P.O.  &  Civil Service, 1963 	1.1 9 	H.J. Res. 650 - Equal Rights Amendment - Judiciary Committee, 1963 	1.1 10 	H.R. 8631 - Imports Fuel Oil Limitation - Ways  &  Means, 1963 	1.1 11 	H.R. 8755 Assateague Bill - Interior Committee, 1963, Udall, Stewart L.  	2 1 	H.R. 9215 - Imports of Cattle, Beef,  &  Veal - Ways  &  Means, 1963 	2 2 	H.R. 9467 - Kennedy Memorial Commission - House Admin. Comm. 1963 	2 3 	Kennedy Memorial Commission - Letters Against, 1963 	2 4 	Kennedy Memorial Commission - Letters Favoring, 1963-1964 	2 5 	H.R. 9491 - Crews of Vessels - Merchant Marine  &  Fisheries, 1963 	2 6 	H.R. 11117 - Assateague Island Dev. Bill - Interiors  &  Insu., 1964, Aspinall, Wayne N.  	2 7 	Assateague Bill - Work Folder, 1963 	2 8 	H.J.Res. 1074 - Apportionment of State Legis. - Judiciary, 1964 	2 9 	Reapportionment, 1963-1964 	2 10 	H.J. Res. 252 Equal Rights - Judiciary Committee, 1965 	2 11 	H.R. 2071 - Assateague Island Development Bill, 1965 	3 1 	H.R. 5494 Antarctica Bill - Interior  &  Insular Affairs, 1965, Aspinall, Wayne N.  	3 2 	H.R. Res. 352 - Reapportionment of State Legis. - Judiciary, 1965, Humphrey, Hubert H. # 	3 3 	H.R. 5178 - Wheat  &  Feed Grain - Agriculture Committee, 1965 	3 4 	H.R. 5495 Chesapeake Bay Bill - Public Works Committee, 1965 	3 5 	H.R. 8990 Water Milfoil Control - Public Works Committee, 1965 	3 6 	H.R. 9334 University of Maryland Conveyance - Interior Comm., 1965, Fallon, George # 	3 7 	University of Maryland Cyclotron, 1964 	3 8 	H.R. 992 - Delmarva Peninsula - Hydrological Study - Interior, 1965, Aspinall, Wayne N.  	3 9 	H.R. 10479 - Dairy Farmers Indemnity - Agriculture Comm. 1965 	3 10 	H.R. 10964 - Human Investment Act - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1965, Prounty, Wilson # 	3 11 	H.J. Res. 708 - World Food Study - Agriculture Committee, 1965, Cooley, Harold 	3 12 	H.R. 11377 - Study of Executive Branch - Ways  &  Means Comm., 1965 	3 13 	Apportionment Clippings, 1964 	3 14 	Reapportionment Resolution, 1964 	4 1 	H.J. Res. 817 - Atlantic Union Delegation - Foreign Affairs, 1966, Findley, Paul 	4 2 	H.R. 12630 - Migratory Bird Stamp - Merchant Marine  & ..., 1966 	4 3 	H.R. 12866 - Trust Territory  Enlistment - Armed Services, 1966, Rivers, L. Mendel 	4 4 	H.R. 13479 -  Long-Line Fishing - Merchant Marine  &  Fish...1966 	4 5 	H.R. 16659 - Teachers' Educational Expenses - Ways  &  Means, 1966 	4 6 	H.R. 17505 - Trust Territory Government - Interior  & ..., 1966, Aspinall, Wayne N.  	4 7 	H.R. 17506 - G.I. Travel Tax - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1966, Rivers, L. Mendel # 	4 8 	H.R. 17898 - Anti - Riot Bill - Judiciary Committee, 1966 	4 9 	H.R. 17944 - Puerto Rican Statehood - Interior  &  Insular, 1966 	4 10 	H.R. 18152 - Laryngectomy Tax Exemption - Ways  &  Means, 1966 	4 11 	H.R. Res. 18478 - Hospital Insurance Benefits - Ways  &  Means, 1966 	Morton Bills - 90th Congress 	4 12 	H.J. Res. 69 - Equal Rights Amendment - Judiciary 	4 13 	H.J. Res. 110 - World Food Study - Agriculture Committee, 1967 	4 14 	H.R. 898 - Human Investment Act - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967 	4 15 	H.R. 899 - Teachers Educ. Expenses Deduction - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967 	4 16 	H.R. 900 - G.I. Air Travel Tax - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967 	4 17 	H.R. 901 - Tax Exemption for Laryngectomy - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967 	4 18 	H.R. 902 - Trust Territory Government - Interior  &  Insular, 1967 	4 19 	H.R. 903 - Automatic Data Processing, LC - House Admin., 1967 	4 20 	H.R. 904 - Trust Territory G.I.'s - Armed Services, 1967 	4 21 	H.R. 905 - Executive Study - Government Operations, 1967, Mathias, Charles 	4 22 	H.R. 906 - Anti - Riot Bill Judiciary Committee, 1967, Celler, Emmanuel 	4 23 	H.R. 4501 - Land  &  Water Conservation - Interior  &  Insular, 1967, D'Alesandro, Thomas 	5 1 	H.R. Res. 4502 - Foreign Mid - Body Bill - Merchant Marines  & ..., 1967 	5 2 	H.R. 4503 - Maritime Administration Funds - Merchant Marines, 1967 	5 3 	H.R. 4503 - Federal Maritime Admin. - Merchant Marines  & ..., 1967 	5 4 	H.R. 4505 - Estuary Preservation - Merchant Marine  & ..., 1967, Wydler, John # 	5 5 	H.R. 25 - Estuary Bill - Rules Committee, 1967 	5 6 	H.R. 4500 - Potomac River Hulls, 1967 	5 7 	H.R. 4506 - Water  &  Air Pollution - Tax Credit - Ways  &  Means, 1967 	5 8 	H.R. 4648 - Human Investment Act - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967, Percy, Charles 	5 9 	H.J. Res. 274 - Tobacco Lease Transfer - Agriculture Comm., 1967 	5 10 	Maryland Tobacco Industry 	5 11 	H.R. 5886 - Constellation - Interior  &  Insular Affairs, 1967, Aspinall, Wayne N.  	5 12 	H.R. 5888 - Able Bodied seamen - Merchant Marines  & ..., 1967 	5 13 	H.R. 6154 - Flood insurance Act - Public Works Committee, 1967 	6 1 	H.R. 330 - Puerto Rico Congratulations, 1967 	6 2 	H.R. 6281 - Interstate Milk Handlers Bill - Agriculture, 1967 	6 3 	H.R. 7043 - Northwind - Merchant Marine  &  Fisheries Comm., 1967, Garmatz, Edward A.  	6 4 	H.R. 7475 - Export Subsidy - Agriculture Committee, 1967, Poage, W.R. 	6 5 	H.R. 8339 - C & O Canal Park - Interior  &   Insular Affairs, 1967, Mathias, Charles 	6 6 	H.R. 8340 - Dairy Imports Limit - Agriculture Committee, 1967 	6 7 	H.R. 8883 - Home Ownership - Banking  &  Currency Committee, 1967, Percy, Charles 	6 8 	H.R. 9044 - Rural Job Development - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967, Evins, Joe L.  	6 9 	H.R. 9691 - Puerto Rican Statehood - Interior  &  Insular, 1967 	6 10 	H.R. 543 - Consideration of Anti-Riot Bill - Rules Comm., 1967 	6 11 	H. Con. Res. 389 - Panama Canal - Foreign Affairs Committee, 1967 	6 12 	H.R. 11312 - Selective Service - Armed Services Committee, 1967 	6 13 	H.R. 11627 - Maryland Bridges  &  Tunnels - Public Works, 1967 	6 14 	H.J. Res. 751 - Kaiulani - Merchant Marines  &  Fisheries, 19678, Garmatz, Edward A. 	6 15 	H.R. 11891 - Disaster Relief for Riot Victims - Banking  & ..., 1967 	6 16 	H.R. 869 - Vietnam Policy - Rules Committee, 1967, Findley, Paul 	6 17 	H.R. 12254 - Airplane Tax Lien - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967 	6 18 	H.R. 122296 - Legislative Audit - Rules Committee, 1967, Laird, Melvin R.  	6 19 	H.R. 12907 -  Agriculture Fair Practices Act - Agric. Comm., 1967 	7 1 	H. Con. Res. 508 - Vietnam Study - Rules Committee, 1967 	7 2 	H.J. Res. 857 - Ocean Floor Investigation - Merchant Marine, 1967 	7 3 	H.R. 13223 - Cargo Containers - Merchant Marine  &  Fisheries, 1967 	7 4 	H.R. 13224 - Textile Imports - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1967, Landrum, Phil 	7 5 	H.R. 13423 - U.S. Citizenship for Micronesians - Judiciary, 1967 	Morton Bills - 90th Congress (2nd Ses.) 	7 6 	H.R. 14674 - Local Tax Withholding - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1968, Hughes, Harry  	7 7 	H.R. 14741 - Poultry Inspection - Agriculture Committee, 1968 	7 8 	H.R. 14920 - Relief of Helman C. Schmidt - Judiciary Comm., 1968 	7 9 	H.R. 14981 - Relief of Naval Employees, Paatuxent R. - Judic., 1968 	7 10 	H.R. 14982 - Relief of estate of D. McQuoid - Judiciary, 1968, Celler, Emmanuel 	7 11 	H. Con. Res. 622 - French World War I Debt - Ways  &  Means, 1968 	7 12 	H.R. 15088 - Duck Baiting - Merchant Marines  &  Fisheries, 1968, Downing, Thomas 	7 13 	H. Con. Res. 640 - Merchant Marine - Merchant Marines  & ..., 1968 	7 14 	H. Con. Res. 662 - Legislative Audit Proposal - Judiciary, 1968  	7 15 	H.R. 15833 - Fireworks tariffs - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1968 	7 16 	H.R. 16303 - Job Opportunities - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1968 	7 17 	H.R. 16623 - Job Opportunities - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1968 	7 18 	H.R. 17144 - Hunger Commission - Education  &  Labor Comm., 1968, Goodell, Charles 	7 19 	H. J. Res. 1302 - Eisenhower Week - Judiciary Committee, 1968 	8 1 	H.R. 17942 - Guam Land Grant College - Interior  &  Insular, 1968 	8 2 	H.R. 17943 - Virgin Islands Land Grant College - Interior..., 1968 	8 3 	H.R. 18114 - Program Information Act - Government Operation 1968 	8 4 	H.R. 18260 - Scenic Rivers - Interior  &  Insular Affairs, 1968 	8 5 	H.J. Res. 1384 - Camping in Parks - Interior  &  Insular, 1968 	8 6 	H.J. Res. 1395 - Potomac River Compact - Public Works Comm., 1968 	8 7 	H.R. 18576 - Government Management Operations - Gov. Oper., 1968 	8 8 	H.R. 18808 - Fish Research - Merchant Marine  &  Fisheries, 1968, Agnew, Spiro T. # 	Morton Bills - 90th Congress (1st Ses.) 	8 9 	Bills Pending Introduction 	8 10 	H.R. 105 - Virgin Islands Organic Act Amend. - Interior  & .., 1969 	8 11 	H.R. 106 - Guam Organic Act Amendment - Interior  &  Insular, 1969 	8 12 	H.R. 266 - Independent Marad - Merchant Marines  &  Fisheries, 1969 	8 13 	H.J. Res. 247 - Camping in Parks - Interior  &  Insular, 1969 	8 14 	H.R. 3858 - Executive Organization - Government operations, 1969 	8 15 	H.R. 3863 - Federal Program Catalog - Government Oper., 1969 	8 16 	H.R. 4834 - Trust Territory G.I.'s Armed Services Comm. 1969 	8 17 	H.R. 4835 - Constellation - Interior  &  Insular Affairs, 1969 	8 18 	H.R. 4836 - C  &  O Canal Park - Interior  &  Insular Affairs - 1969 	8 19 	H.R. 4837 - Duck Baiting - Merchant Marines  &  Fisheries, 1969 	8 20 	H.R. 4838 - Oceanographic Agency - Merchant Marine  &  Fish..., 1969 	8 21 	NOA - Clippings (National Oceanographic Association), 1969 	8 22 	NOA - Bob Wilson - Material, 1969 	8 23 	NOA - Commissioners - Marine Science Commission, 1969 	8 24 	H.J. Res. 327 - Equal Rights for Women - Judiciary Committee, 1969, Griffiths, Martha # 	8 25 	H.J. Res. 382 -  Susquehanna Compact - Judiciary Committee, 1969 Kleindienst, R. # 	Morton Bills - 91st Congress (1st Ses.) 	9 1 	H.R. 6278 - Legislative Reorganization - Rules Committee, 1969 	9 2 	H.R. 231 - Volunteer Army - Armed Services Committee, 1969 	9 3 	H.R. 6772 - Oil Pollution - Public Works Committee, 1969 	9 4 	H.R. 7049 - Trust Territory Tariff - Ways  &  Means Comm., 1969 	9 5 	H.R. 8328 - Marine Academy Allowances  & ... - Merchant Marine, 1969 	9 6 	H.R. 8802 - Taxation of Fairs - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1969 	9 7 	H.R. 11394 - D.C. Vestry Act - District of Columbia Comm., 1969 	9 8 	H.R. 11475 - Legislative Reorganization - Rules Committee, 1969 	9 9 	H.R. 11905 - Postal Service Act - Post Office  &  Civil Ser. 1969 	9 10 	H.R. 11946 - River  &  Harbor Act Author - Public Works Comm., 1969 	9 11 	H.R. 12025 - National Forest Timber Conservation- Agric., 1969 	9 12 	H.J. Res. 860 - Astronauts Memorial Commission - Adminis., 1969 	9 13 	H.R. 13656 - Assateague Island National Seashore - Interior, 1969 	9 14 	H. Con. Res. 360 - POW - Hanoi, Vietnam - Foreign Affairs, 1969 	9 15 	H.R. 13847 - Agricultural Marketing  & ..., Agriculture Com. 1969 	9 16 	H.R. 13982 - Revenue Sharing Act - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1969 	9 17 	H.R. 14173 - Family Assistance Act - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1969 	10 1 	H.R. 615 - Support for President's Peace... - Foreign Aff., 1969 	10 2 	H.R. 15425 - To Amend Merchant Marine Act - Merchant Mar..., 1969 	Morton Bills - 91st Congress (2nd Ses.) 	10 3 	H.R. 16031 - To Amend Land  &  Water Conser.. - Govern. Oper., 1970 	10 4 	H.R. 16032 - Extend Provisions of Solid Waste - Interstate, 1970 	10 5 	H.R. 16033 - Clean Air Act Amend. - Interstate  &  Foreign, 1970 	10 6 	H.R. 16034 - Environmental Financing Act - Public Works, 1970 	10 7 	H.R. 16035 - To Amend Federal Water Pollution.. - Public.., 1970 	10 8 	H.R. 16036 - To Amend Fed. Water Pollution - Public Works, 1970 	10 9 	H.R. 16311 - Family Assistance Act - Ways  &  Means Committee, 1970 	10 10 	H.R. 16670 - To Amend Water Resources Planning.. - Interior, 1970 	11 1 	H.R. 17106 - Explosives - Illegal Transportation - Judiciary, 1970 	11 2 	H.R. 17107 - To Amend Fish  &  Wildlife Coordin.. - Merchant 	11 3 	H.R. 17382 - Emergency Home Finance Act - Banking  &  Curr., 1970 	11 4 	H.R. 17798 - To Provide an Orderly Trade.. - Ways  &  Means, 1970 	11 5 	H.R. - Medical Facilities Construction.. - Interstate  & ..., 1970 	11 6 	H.R. 18804 - To Amend Communication Act, 1934 - Interstate, 1970 	11 7 	H.R. 18937 - To Amend the Comm. Act - Interstate  &  Foreign, 1970 	11 8 	H.R. 19342 - Chesapeake  &  Ohio Canal Dev. - Interior  & .., 1970 	11 9 	H.R. 19389 - Non-Voting Delegate to House - Interior  & .., 1970 	11 10 	H.R. 19413 - Non-Voting Delegates to House (cor.) - Interior, 1970 	11 11 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	11 12 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	11 13 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	12 1 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	12 2 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	12 3 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	12 4 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	12 5 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	12 6 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	13 1 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	13 2 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	13 3 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	13 4 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	13 5 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	13 6 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	14 1 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	14 2 	H.R. 16920 - Textile Import Bill (Constituent Correspon.), 1970 	Legislation - General 	14 3 	Maryland Legislation, 1967 	14 4 	Floor statement on Bobby Kennedy's Vietnam Trip, 1967 	14 5 	Resolutions of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1967 	14 6 	Republican Policy Committee, 1966, Rhodes, John J. 	14 7 	Miscellaneous Legislation, 1967 	Legislation - Agriculture Comm. 	15 1 	Miscellaneous, 1967 	15 2 	Meat Inspection, 1967, Smith, Neal 	15 3 	Animal Welfare Program, 1867 	Legislation - Appropriations 	15 4 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Agnew, Spiro T. #  	15 4 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Curtis, Kenneth M.  	15 5 	Federal Spending, 1967 	Legislation - Armed Services Comm.  	15 6 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Mathias, Charles 	15 7 	Draft Laws, 1967, Schweiker, Richard 	Legislation - Banking  &  Currency 	15 8 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Percy, Charles  	16 1 	Rat Bill, 1967, Mathias, Charles 	Legislation - District of Columbia 	16 2 	Miscellaneous, 1967 	16 3 	Dulles Interceptor Sewer, 1967, Agnew, Spiro T. # 	16 4 	Education - Miscellaneous, 1967, Agnew, Spiro T. # 	16 5 	Quie Amendment to Elementary  &  Secondary Education Act, 1967, Quie, Albert H.  	16 6 	Quie Amendment to Elementary  &  Secondary Education Act, 1967, Quie, Albert H.  	16 7 	Labor - Miscellaneous, 1967, Goodell, Charles 	Legislation - Education  &  Labor 	17 1 	OED Anti-poverty Bill, 1967, Shriver, R. Sargent 	17 2 	War on Poverty, 1967, Perkins, Carl 	17 3 	Labor - Situs Picketing (Pro)  	17 4 	Labor - Situs Picketing (Con) 	Legislation - Foreign Affairs Comm. 	17 5 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Laird, Melvin R.  	18 1 	Task Force on Western Alliances, 1967, Findley, Paul 	18 2 	East-West Trade, 1967, Whalen, Charles W.  	18 3 	Panama Canal, 1967, Findley, Paul 	18 4 	Consular Treaty, 1967 	18 5 	Task Force on Nuclear Affairs, 1967, Hosmer, Craig 	18 6 	Vietnam, 1967, Stassen, Harold 	18 7 	Vietnam, 1967, Stassen, Harold 	18 8 	Middle East Crisis, 1967, Morton, Thruston 	19 1 	Middle East Form Letter, 1967, Machen, Harvey G.  	19 2 	Rhodesia, 1967, Rusk, Dean 	Legislation - Government Operation 	19 3 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Brooks, Jack  	19 4 	Miscellaneous, 1967 	19 5 	Military Museum Park, 1967 	Legislation - Interstate  &  Foreign 	19 6 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Ruppe, Philip E.  	19 7 	Railroad Strike Legislation, 1967, Ottinger, Richard L.  	19 8 	Railroad Retirement Legislation, 1967, Daniels, Dominick V. 	19 9 	Air Pollution, 1967 	Legislation - Interior  &  Insular 	19 10 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Aspinall, Wayne N.  	20 1 	Irrigation  &  Reclamation - General, 1967, May, Catherine 	20 2 	Desalination,1967, Aspinall, Wayne N. 	20 3 	Indian Affairs - General, 1967 	20 4 	Public Lands, 1967, Willis, Edwin E. 	Legislation - Judiciary Committee 	20 5 	Miscellaneous, 1967 	20 6 	Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Month, 1967 	20 7 	Uniform Mondays Holidays, 1967 	20 8 	H.R. 2512 - Copyright Revision, 1967, Moore, Arch Jr.  	20 9 	Bible Readings, 1967 	20 10 	Civil Rights, 1967, Gibbon, Sam 	20 11 	H.R. 5037 - Crime Control, 1967, Pepper, Claude 	21 1 	Anti-Riot Measures, 1967, MacGregor, Clark 	21 2 	Riots, Cambridge, etc. 1967, Ford, Gerald R.  	Legislation - Merchant Marine  & ... 	21 3 	Miscellaneous, 1967, Garmatz, Edward A.  	21 4 	Coast Guard Authorization, 1967, Garmatz, Edward A.  	21 5 	Coast Guard Procurement, Authorization: Hearing, 1967 	21 6 	Lighthouse Pensions, 1967 	21 7 	Project - Appomattox Manor, 1967, Abbitt, Watkins M. 	21 8 	Estuarine Bill H.R. 25 Correspondence, 1967, Casey, Bob 	21 9 	Estuarine Bill - 1966 	21 10 	Marine Sanctuaries Study Act, 1967, Keith, Hastings 	21 11 	Estuarine Preservation - Work Folder, 1967, Broyhill, James T.  	Legislation - Mines  &  Mining Sub.  	21 12 	General, 1967, Pollock, Howard W.  	Legislation - P.O.  &  Civil Service 	22 1 	Post Office, General, 1967 	22 2 	Civil Service, General, 1967 	22 3 	Postage Increase H.R. 7977, 1967 	22 4 	Federal Employee Pay Raise, 1967 	22 5 	Third Class Mail, 1967, Meeds, Lloyd 	22 6 	Star Route, 1967, Dole, Robert 	22 7 	Letter Carrier Salaries, 1967 	Legislation - Public Works Comm. 	22 8 	General, 1967, Muskie, Edmund S. # 	22 9 	Water Pollution, 1967, Agnew, Spiro T.  	Legislation - Rules Committee 	22 10 	General, 1967, Aspinall, Wayne N.  	Legislation - Science  &  Astronaut 	22 11 	General, 1967  	Legislation - Small Business Comm. 	22 12 	General, 1967, Evins, Joe L.  	22 13 	Form Letter to Small Newspapers, 1967, Evins, Joe L.  	Legislation - Standards of Conduct 	23 1 	General, 1967, Bennet, Charles 	23 2 	Adam Clayton Powell, 1967, Nix, Robert 	Legislation - Un-Aman Activ. 	23 3 	General, 1967, Ashbrook, John  	Legislation - Veteran's Affairs 	23 4 	General, 1967 	23 5 	National Cemetery Policy, 1967 	Legislation - Ways  &  Means Comm.  	23 6 	General, 1967, Hartke, Vance 	23 7 	Social Security Form Letters, 1967 	24 1 	Social Security, 1967 	24 2 	Social Security, 1967 	24 3 	Burke Bill, 1967 	24 4 	Tax Increase, 1967 	24 5 	Tax Increase 10%, 1967 	Legislation - Miscellaneous 	24 6 	Miscellaneous Legislation, 1968 	Legislation - Maryland Legislation 	24 7 	General, 1968 	Legislation - Constitu. Conven., MD  	25 1 	Constitutional Convention, 1968 	25 2 	Maryland Constitution, 1968 	25 3 	Maryland Constitution - Summary, 1968 	25 4 	General, 1968, Vigorito, Joseph P.  	25 5 	Wheat  &  Feed Grains Act, 1968, Mathias, Charles 	25 6 	Rural Electrification Association Financing, 1968 	25 7 	H.R. 4769 - National Labor Relations Act - Farmers, 1968 	25 8 	Farm Bureau Attack, 1968, Resnick, Joseph 	25 9 	Agricultural Producers Marketing Act of 1967, 1968, Celler, Emmanuel 	Legislation - Appropriations Comm. 	25 10 	Federal Spending, 1968 	26 1 	Delmarva Hydrology Study, 1968, Boggs, J. Caleb 	26 2 	General, 1968, Schweiker, Richard 	26 3 	General, 1968, Agnew, Spiro T.  	26 4 	Federal Savings Institutions Act, 1968 	26 5 	Consumer Credit H.R. 11601, 1968 	26 6 	General, 1968, Adams, Brock # 	26 7 	General, 1968, Agnew, Spiro T. # 	26 8 	Education, 1968, Agnew, Spiro T. # 	26 9 	Labor, 1968 	27 1 	Equal Employment Opportunity, 1968 	27 2 	H.R. 680 - Equal Employment, 1968, Lowe, Thomas H.  	Legislation - Foreign Affairs 	27 3 	General, 1968, Laird, Melvin R.  	27 4 	Vietnam, 1968 	27 5 	Pueblo Incident, 1968, Sanders Barefoot 	27 6 	East-West Trade, 1968, Utt, James 	Legislation - Government Operation 	27 7 	General, 1968, Dawson, William L.  	27 8 	General, 1968, Aspinall, Wayne N. # 	27 9 	Scenic Rivers, 1968, Rhodes, John J.  	27 10 	National Wilderness Area, 1968, Dingell, John D.