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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.  Processed by: Division of Special Collections  02/20/98 ; Finding aid encoded by Eric Weig 07/21/98 Description is in  English. Guide to the Frederick Moore Vinson Collection,  1907-1953 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. Frederick Moore Vinson Collection,  1907-1953 72M2 Vinson, Frederick Moore, 1890-1953 189 cubic ft. The materials are in  English. University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections, Lexington, KY 40506-0039 Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. Collection is open for research. [Identification of Item], Guide to the Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-1953, 72M2, Special Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington. Frederick Moore Vinson, thirteenth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, was born in Louisa, Kentucky on January 22, 1890. He received his early education in Louisa                          public schools. Graduating from Kentucky Normal College in 1908, he went to Centre College                          in Danville, Kentucky, where he earned an A.B. degree in 1909 and an L.L.B. degree in 1911.                          While in college he excelled both as a scholar and an athlete.  In 1911, Vinson began the practice of law in Louisa, and during 1913-1914 served as City                          Attorney. In August, 1918, he entered the U.S. Army as a private, and was at Camp Pike,                          Arkansas, when the Armistice was declared.  Elected Commonwealth Attorney for the 32nd Judicial District of Kentucky in 1921, he served                          until January 12, 1924, at which time he became a member of the U.S. House of                          Representatives from the 9th District. He was re-elected in 1924 and 1926, but was defeated                          in the Republican landslide of 1928, and at the end of his term he resumed the practice of law in                          Ashland, Kentucky. Two years later he returned to Congress, and during 1933-1935 represented Kentucky-at-large. In 1934, he was elected to represent the new 8th District of Kentucky and in 1936 was re-elected once again.  During his Congressional career, he was a student of federal taxation and won distinction as an authority on tax and fiscal matters. He served as a member of the Ways and Means Committee from December, 1931, until the close of his service in the House. His special assignments included membership on a committee on tax evasion and avoidance, and the chairmanship of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Internal Revenue Taxation.   In December, 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him an associate justice of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. He served on this bench from May of 1938 to May of 1943, and in addition served from March of 1942 to May of 1943 as chief judge of the Emergency Court of Appeals.   On May 27, 1943, he resigned from the judiciary to accept an appointment by the President as Director of Economic Stabilization, one of the emergency governmental posts created during World War Two. He remained at this post until March 5, 1945, when he was appointed Federal Loan Administrator. Less than a month later, in one of his last major appointments, President Franklin D. Roosevelt named Vinson War Mobilization and Reconstruction Director.  Shortly after assuming office, President Harry S. Truman nominated Vinson as Secretary of the Treasury. On July 16, 1945, he was confirmed as the new Secretary. As Secretary of the Treasury, he supervised the financial operations of the government during the closing months of the war. To facilitate the conversion of the economy from that of wartime to peacetime, Vinson recommended and Congress approved substantial tax reductions. During November and December, 1945, the Victory Loan, last of the great war bond drives, was floated.  Vinson also played a leading role in two developments in the field of international finance, namely the Bretton Woods Agreements and the Anglo-American Loan of 1946. In July, 1944, he had served as vice chairman of the United States delegation to the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods and in that capacity had helped to draft the agreements establishing the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconversion and Development. In March, 1946, Vinson chaired the Savannah conference which implemented the provisions of the Bretton Woods Agreements.  On June 6, 1946, President Truman nominated Vinson as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court to succeed Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone. Two weeks later, the Senate unanimously confirmed him. The Court during these years was characterized by a concern with questions involving individual liberties, civil rights, and in economic matters the relationship between governmental regulation and private enterprise.   Chief Justice Vinson was a member of the American, Kentucky State, and Boyd County Kentucky Bar Associations, the American Legion, the Order of Masons, the Brotherhood of Elks, and Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, and Gamma Eta Gamma fraternities. He was a Methodist in religion. Vinson was married to Roberta Dixon on January 24, 1923. They had two sons, Frederick Moore, Jr. and James Robert Vinson. Vinson died in Washington, D.C., on September 8, 1953 and was interred in Pine Hill Cemetery, Louisa, Kentucky.  Economic stabilization. New Deal, 1933-1939. Judges -- Correspondence. Legislators -- Correspondence. Arnett, Louis W. (Louis Wagner), 1879-1953. Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956. Black, Hugo LaFayette, 1886-1971. Burton, Harold H. (Harold Hitz), 1888-1964. Byrd, Harry Flood, 1887-1966. Chandler, Happy, 1898-  Chapman, Virgil, 1895-1951. Clark, Thomas C. (Thomas Campbell). Clifford, Clark M., 1906-  Douglas, William O. (William Orville), 1898-  Fields, William Jason, 1874-1954. Forrestal, James, 1892-1949.  Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965.  Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.  Johnson, Keen, 1896-  McCormack, John W., 1891-  Minton, Sherman, 1890-1965.  Reed, Stanley Forman, 1884-1980.  Robertson, A. Willis, 1887-1971.  Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.  Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.  Underwood, Tom R. (Tom Rust), 1898-1956. United States. Supreme Court -- 20th century.  United States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945. Kentucky -- Politics and government -- 20th century.  Over 420 boxes containing ca. 302,500 items.  Papers and documents relating to attorney,      congressman, and thirteenth chief justice of the      United States Supreme Court. Frederick Moore      Vinson offers researchers a wealth of information      about such topics as Kentucky politics, the New      Deal era, the World War Two years, postwar      economic readjustment, and the work of the postwar      Supreme Court as it established the ground work      for future opinions regarding civil rights and      other issues. Correspondence, photographs, court      decisions, agency reports, government documents,      press releases, statistics, and executive orders      are among the holdings in this collection.           The Vinson papers are divided into twenty-five      series which relate to the many offices Vinson      held in the three branches of the government.      Among the most frequently represented      correspondents are Louis Arnett, Alben W. Barkley,      Hugo Black, Harold Burton, Harry F. Byrd, Albert      B. "Happy" Chandler, Virgil M. Chapman, Thomas C.      Clark, Clark Clifford, William O. Minton, Stanley      F. Reed, A. Willis Robertson, Harry S Truman, and      Thomas R. Underwood.       Container List Congressional File (Section 1) Boxes 1-35 		  The Congressional File is composed of thirty-five boxes of material relating to Vinson's five terms of office in the U.S. House of Representatives (1924- 1928 and 1932-1938). Most of the material is from his early years in the House where he served prominently on the Military Affairs and Appropriations Committees. There is information on committee assignments, legislative bills supported and sponsored by Vinson, and correspondence with constituents requesting Congressional Directories and Farmer's Bulletins. The file contains considerable material on Kentucky politics for this period. Boxes 18-20, entitled Congressional Miscellaneous 1928, contain materials dealing with the 78th Congress.   Vinson served on the House Ways and Means Committee from 1932-1938. Boxes 21-35 have correspondence relating to tax legislation, a field in which Vinson was a recognized authority, fiscal policy, coal and tobacco industries, and veteranĂ­s benefits.   All of this material is arranged alphabetically by correspondent or subject and within alphabetical order it is chronologically organized.    		  1-1 A. 1-2 Adams-Adair. 1-3 Adjusted Compensation. 1-4 Agriculture - Bureau of Forest Service. 1-5 Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industry - Field Seeds1925-1926. 1-6 Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industry - Requests for Information. 1-7 Agriculture - Bureau of Roads. 1-8 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Bath-Fleming. 1-9 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Greenup-Morgan. 1-10 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Nicholas-Wolfe. 1-11 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, 1924. 1-12 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, A-D1925. 1-13 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, E-H1925. 1-14 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, J-N1925. 1-15 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, O-S1925. 1-16 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, U-W1925. 1-17 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, A-D1926. 1-18 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, E-H1926. 1-19 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, L-N1926. 1-20 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, O-Y1926. 1-21 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, A-D1927. 1-22 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, E-H1927 . 1-23 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, J-N1927. 2-1 Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, P-W1927. 2-2 Agriculture - Kentucky Farm Bureau. 2-3 Agriculture - Tomato Canning Bulletin. 2-4 Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1924. 2-5 Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1925. 2-6 Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1926. 2-7 Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1927. 2-8 Allen-Ault. 2-9 Ba-Bl. 2-10 Bo-By. 2-11 Bagsby-Barney. 2-12 Beac-Berger. 2-13 Best-Berlin. 2-14 Big Sandy River Bridge1926. 2-15 Bills - Agricultural. 2-16 Bills - Army Appropriations. 2-17 Bills - Ball Rent Act. 2-18 Bills - Capper-Kelley1926-1927. 2-19 Bills - Disabled Emergency Office Bill. 2-20 Bills - Hospitals. 2-21 Bills - Howell-Barkley. 3-1 Bills - Johnson Immigration. 3-2 Bills - McNary-Haugen. 3-3 Bills - Miscellaneous. 3-4 Bills - Mt. Sterling Hospital. 3-5 Bills - Mutual Life Insurance Company. 3-6 Bills - Postal - 60th Congress. 3-7 Bills - Public Buildings and Grounds. 3-8 Bills - Revenue Bills - 68th Congress. 3-9 Bills - Robinson Amendment. 3-10 Bills - Temple Bill. 3-11 Bills - Thatcher. 3-12 Billups-Bingham. 3-13 Blackerby. 3-14 Blake-Bonus. 3-15 Botanic Gardens(1924-1928). 3-16 Bozeman-Brooks. 3-17 Brown-Bryson. 3-18 Burchett-Byron. 4-1 Ca-Cl. 4-2 Co-Cu. 4-3 Campaign of1924. 4-4 Campbell, Fallen. 4-5 Campbell-Cattle. 4-6 Carey, Miss Lyss. 4-7 Carroll, Robert. 4-8 Cattletsburg, Kentucky. 4-9 Chapman, Virgil. 4-10 Childers, J.R.. 4-11 Chiles, R. A.. 4-12 Cincinnati Bridge. 4-13 Cisco, Morton. 4-14 Clay, Homer. 4-15 Clerk, House of Representatives. 4-16 Commerce Department. 4-17 Commerce Department, Bureau or Fisheries. 4-18 Committee Assignments 69th Congress. 4-19 Committee Assignments 70th Congress. 5-1 Compton. 5-2 Congressional Record and Directory 68th Congress. 5-3 Congressional Record and Directory 69th Congress. 5-4 Conley-Cox. 5-5 Cooper, Charles M.. 5-6 Corlis, H.L.. 5-7 Crank-Cynthiana. 5-8 Cromwell, Emma. 5-9 Cumberland Falls. 5-10 D1924-l928. 5-11 Daily-Dinkle. 5-12 Democratic State Central Executive Committee. 5-13 Democratic National Committee. 5-14 Disabled American Veterans of World War One. 5-15 Dixon, Robert P. Jr.. 5-16 Dixon, Robert. 6-1 Dodson-Duncan. 6-2 Douglas, Lindsay. 6-3 E1924-1928. 6-4 Education Bill 70th Congress1927-1928. 6-5 Election Certificates. 6-6 Elgin-Endaley. 6-7 Ex-Service Men: Lists for Correction. 6-8 F1924-1928. 6-9 Farm Legislation1926-1928. 6-10 Federal Judge's Salary Increase1925-1926. 6-11 Fennell-Poster. 6-12 Flood Control1926-1927. 6-13 G1924-1928. 6-14 Gabbard-Gibson. 6-15 Goodpastor-Gullion. 6-16 H1924-1928. 6-17 Hafer-Harmon. 6-18 Harp-Hawley. 6-19 Hays-Hull. 7-1 Hutchinson-Hutton. 7-2 I1924-1928. 7-3 Interior Department: Bureau of Education. 7-4 Interior Department: General Land Office. 7-5 Interior Department: Geological Survey. 7-6 Interior Department: Mines Bureau. 7-7 Italian Debt Settlement. 7-8 J1924-1928. 7-9 Jacobs-Jones. 7-10 K1924-1928. 7-11 Kazee-Kirk. 7-12 Kitchen. 7-13 L1924-1928. 7-14 Labor-Lawrence County. 7-15 Lewis-Littrell. 7-16 Loughridge-Lyon. 8-1 Mc1924-1928. 8-2 M1924-1928. 8-3 McClure-McMillan. 8-4 Mammoth Cave Project. 8-5 Manning-Maps. 8-6 Masonry-Megibben. 8-7 Meredith-Mobley. 8-8 Moneyhon, J.A.. 8-9 Morris, Joe. 8-10 Mooney-Myers. 8-11 Miscellaneous 1925 . 8-12 N1924-1928 . 8-13 National Tribune. 9-1 Newspapers 1927. 9-2 Newspapers 1928. 9-3 Newspapers A-H. 9-4 Newspapers I-L. 9-5 Newspapers M-W. 9-6 Nichols-Nickols. 9-7 Northeast Kentucky Coal Association. 9-8 O1924-1928. 9-9 Oaks-Osborne. 10-1 P1924-1928. 10-2 Patent Office. 10-3 Peebles-Pelfrey. 10-4 Pending Legislation1928 (A-O). 10-5 Pending Legislation1928 (P-W). 10-6 Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 A-D. 10-7 Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 E-H. 10-8 Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 I-N. 10-9 Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 O-T. 10-10 Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 U-Z. 10-11 Pennington-Petron. 10-12 Pickett-Prewitt. 11-1 Postal Bills 69th Congress. 11-2 Q. 11-3 R 1924-1928. 11-4 Ramey-Redden. 11-5 Railway Labor Board Bill 69th Congress. 12-1 Redwine-Reeves. 12-2 Revenue Bill1925-1926. 12-3 Rhodes-Riley. 12-4 River, Big Sandy. 12-5 Roads-Robison. 12-6 Ross-Russell. 12-7 Sa-Sm1924-1928. 12-8 So-Su1924-1928. 12-9 Sandlin-See. 12-10 Senff-Sewell. 13-1 Shearer - Speaking Invitations and Engagements. 13-2 Sheppard-Towner Bill 69th Congress. 13-3 Special Acts - Air Corp Increase - HR 10827. 13-4 Special Acts - Aircraft Procurement - HR 11284. 13-5 Special Acts - Brewer, William. 13-6 Special Acts - Bridge Bill; Fullerton, Kentucky. 13-7 Special Acts - Chapman, William. 13-8 Special Acts - Deaton, James. 13-9 Special Acts - Frost, Thomas. 13-10 Special Acts - Gambill, George. 13-11 Special Acts - Grant, Roda. 13-12 Special Acts - Immigration. 13-13 Special Acts - Judicial - Kentucky. 13-14 Special Acts - Louisa, Kentucky. 13-15 Special Acts - McClain, Rachel. 13-16 Special Acts - Maxwell, Elizabeth. 13-17 Special Acts - Military Procurement - Horses. 14-1 Special Acts - Pensions - Adams-Austin. 14-2 Special Acts - Pensions - Berry-Boggs. 14-3 Special Acts - Pensions - Bonta-Burton. 14-4 Special Acts - Pensions - Campbell-Caskey. 14-5 Special Acts - Pensions - Childers. 14-6 Special Acts - Pensions - Clark-Degman. 14-7 Special Acts - Pensions - Edens-Fitzgerald. 14-8 Special Acts - Pensions - Fleming-Flinchum. 14-9 Special Acts - Pensions - Gaither-Gillispie. 14-10 Special Acts - Pensions - Griffith. 14-11 Special Acts - Pensions	- Hale-Holt. 14-12 Special Acts - Pensions - Jackson-Kise. 14-13 Special Acts - Pensions	- Lewis-Lynch. 15-1 Special Acts - Pensions - McClure-McGuire. 15-2 Special Acts - Pensions - McKelley-Marshall. 15-3 Special Acts - Pensions - May-Moody. 15-4 Special Acts - Pensions	- Osborne-Porter. 15-5 Special Acts - Pensions	- Price-Pumpelly. 15-6 Special Acts - Pensions	- Purvis. 15-7 Special Acts - Pensions	- Ramey. 15-8 Special Acts - Pensions	- Rankin-Robinson. 15-9 Special Acts - Pensions	- St. Clair-Simkins. 15-10 Special Acts - Pensions	- Smith-Smithers. 15-11 Special Acts - Pensions	- Swartz. 15-12 Special Acts - Pensions	- Thacker-Voorheis. 15-13 Special Acts - Pensions	- Waldeck-Wilson. 16-1 Spencer-Scamper. 16-2 Stapleton-Sulzer. 16-3 T1924-1928. 16-4 Taylor-Thompson. 16-5 Tilton. 16-6 Treasury Department - Truman. 16-7 U1924-1928. 16-8 V1924-1928. 16-9 Veteran's Hospitals - 69th Congress. 16-10 Veteran's Legislation - 69th Congress. 16-11 Valentine-Voters. 16-12 Wa-Wh1924-1928. 17-1 Wi-Wy1924-l928. 17-2 Wagner-Wells. 17-3 West-Williamson. 17-4 Wilson-Wolford. 17-5 Womack-Wyatt. 17-6 Y1924-1928. 17-7 York-Young. 17-8 Zappin-Zimmerman. 18-1 C. 18-2 Calendar Requests for 1928 - Childers. 18-3 Coal - Million Dollar Amendment. 18-4 Congressional Directory and Record 70th Congress. 18-5 Congressional Amendment. 18-6 Convict Labor Goods. 18-7 D. 18-8 Debate Data Requests 18-9 Donaldson 18-10 E 18-11 Executive Committeemen, 1928. 18-12 F. 18-13 Federal Trade Commerce. 18-14 Italian Debt Settlement. 19-1 L. 19-2 Lists, Requests for 1928 A-M. 19-3 Lists, Requests for 1928 P-Z. 19-4 Mc-Mi. 19-5 Mo-Mu. 19-6 MacCormack-MacLughlin. 19-7 Maps . 19-8 Miscellaneous. 19-9 N. 19-10 National Military Home. 19-11 0. 19-12 R. 19-13 Redwine, E. E.. 19-14 Requests Miscellaneous A-K. 19-15 Request Miscellaneous L-Z. 19-16 Reynolds, Franklin. 19-17 Ripper Bill - Kentucky Legislature1928. 19-18 Russell Lumber and Supply Company. 20-1 S. 20-2 Shannon, E. E.1924-1928. 20-3 Speakership of Ky. House of Representatives 1927-1928. 20-4 Stock Yards Legislation. 20-5 Strong, South. 20-6 T. 20-7 Tariff Commission. 20-8 Tax Reduction. 20-9 Tom Cats and Carr Creek. 20-10 Tri-State Equipment Co.. 20-11 U. 20-12 V. 20-13 Veteran's Legislation Proposed. 20-14 W . 20-15 Warsaw - Bonds. 20-16 Weaver, Charles. 20-17 Whiskey Bill - 1927. 20-18 Wood, Cyrus - Congressional Confirmation. 20-19 Y. 20-20 Z. 21-1 Academy Appointments1932-1934 A. 21-2 Academy Appointments1932-1934 B. 21-3 Academy Appointments1932-1934 C. 21-4 Academy Appointments1932-1934 D. 21-5 Academy Appointments1932-1934 E. 21-6 Academy Appointments1932-1934 F. 21-7 Academy Appointments1932-l934 G. 21-8 Academy Appointments1932-1934 H. 21-9 Academy Appointments1932-1934 J. 21-10 Academy Appointments1932-1934 K. 21-11 Academy Appointments1932-1934 L. 21-12 Academy Appointments1932-1934 M. 21-13 Academy Appointments1932-1934 0. 21-14 Academy Appointments1932-1934 P. 21-15 Academy Appointments1932-1934 R. 21-16 Academy Appointments1932-1934 S. 21-17 Academy Appointments1932-1934 T. 21-18 Academy Appointments1932-1934 V. 21-19 Academy Appointments1932-1934 W. 21-20 Academy Appointments1932-1934 Y. 22-1 Bank Deposits - Guaranty - Glass-Steagall Rill1933 ,   January-April  22-2 Bank Deposits - Guaranty - Glass-Steagall Bill1933  May-June. 22-3 Blue Licks Memorial1932. 22-4 Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 1). 22-5 Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 2). 22-6 Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 3). 22-7 Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 4). 23-1 Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 5). 23-2 Bonus Bills 1933-1936. 23-3 Carol Mining Co. (J.E. Rhodemyre), 1934-1935 . 23-4 Coal - Bituminous Coal Commission, 1932. 23-5 Coal - Guffey-Coal Bill, 1935. 23-6 Committee for the Nation, 1933. 23-7 Economy Bill of 1932 - January-March. 24-1 Economy Bill of 1932 - April-June. 24-2 Economy Bill Correspondence, 1932-1933. 24-3 Economy Bill of 1933 - Public Relation - C-L. 24-4 Economy Bill of 1933 - Public Relation - M-Y. 24-5 Home Owners Loan Corporation - 1932. 24-6 House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1931. 24-7 House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1933 A-O. 24-8 House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1933 P-W. 25-1 House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1935 A-M. 25-2 House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1935 N-Z. 25-3 Marihauna Taxing Bill - 1937. 25-4 Miscellaneous, 1933-1935. 25-5 Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-1933 A-H. 25-6 Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-1933 J-Y. 25-7 Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office 1937. 25-8 Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office 1938. 26-1 Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office -,   March 31- April 1938  26-2 Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office  Debates in Senate. 26-3 Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office	- Drafts. 26-4 Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office	- Memorandum & Reports I. 26-5 Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office  Memorandum & Reports II. 26-6 Reorganization Bill- General Accounting Office  Miscellaneous. 27-1 Revenue Bill - 1934. 27-2 Revenue Bill - 1934 - Miscellaneous. 27-3 Revenue Bill - 1936 - Income Data Statistics. 27-4 Revenue Rill - 1936 - January-May. 27-5 Revenue Bill - 1936 - June 1-11, 1936. 27-6 Revenue Bill - 1936 - June 12. 27-7 Revenue Bill - 1938. 28-1 Social Security - Old Age Pensions, Unemployment Insurance - 1935. 28-2 Social Security - Bill, Reports and Amendments - 1935. 28-3 Social Security Data - 1935 (Folder 1). 28-4 Social Security Data - 1935 (Folder 2). 28-5 Social Security - Old Age Pension, Unemployment Insurance - Statistics - 1935. 29-1 Stream Pollution - 1938-1940. 29-2 Supreme Court Bill - 1937. 29-3 Taxation - Double Taxation - 1933 - I. 29-4 Taxation - Double Taxation - 1933 - II. 29-5 Taxation - Double Taxation - 1934-1935. 29-6 Taxation - Excise Taxes - 1937. 29-7 Taxation - Investigations of Possible Revisions of the Surtax on Undistributed Profits - No Date. 30-1 Taxation - Joint Committee Income Tax Evasion - 1937. 30-2 Taxation - New Committee to Investigate Taxes - 1932. 30-3 Taxation - Re-evaluation of Depreciated Estates  1932. 30-4 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee - Miscellaneous Correspondence - A-L. 30-5 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee - Miscellaneous Correspondence - M-Z. 30-6 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation  September, 1937. 30-7 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - October 13-24, 1937 . 30-8 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - October 25-30, 1937 . 30-9 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937. 31-1 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - A-B . 31-2 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - C. 31-3 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - D-E . 31-4 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - F-G  . 31-5 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - H-I. 31-6 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - J-L . 31-7 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - M. 31-8 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - N-R . 31-9 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - S. 31-10 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - T-Y. 32-1 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 1-10, 1937. 32-2 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 11-15, 1937. 32-3 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 16-21, 1937. 32-4 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 22-31, 1937. 32-5 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December, 1937. 32-6 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   January, 1938 - A-B  32-7 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   January, 1938 - C-G  32-8 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   January, 1938 - H-T  32-9 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Tnvestigation -,   January, 1938 - J-L  33-1 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   January, 1938 - M-P  33-2 Taxation - Tax subcommittee Investigation -,   January, 1938 - Q-S  33-3 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   January, 1938 - T-Z   33-4 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   February 1-14, 1938 - A-C  33-5 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   February 1-14, 1938 - D-G  33-6 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   February 1-14, 1938 - H-M  33-7 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   February 1-14, 1938 - N-Z  33-8 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   February 15-28, 1938 - A-F  33-9 Taxation - Tax Subconmittee Investigation -,   February 15-28, 1938 - G-M  33-10 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -,   February 15-28, 1938 - N-Z  34-1 Tobacco - Bills, Reports and Amendments - 1932-1936 (Folder 1). 34-2 Tobacco - Bills, Reports and Amendments - 1932-1936 (Folder 2). 34-3 Tobacco Correspondence - 1931-1933. 34-4 Tobacco Correspondence -,   January-March, 1934  34-5 Tobacco Correspondence - Apri1-December, 1934. 34-6 Tobacco Correspondence - 1935. 34-7 Tobacco Correspondence - 1936-1937. 34-8 Tobacco Tax - 1931-1933. 35-1 Tobacco Tax - 1934. 35-2 Tobacco Tax - 1935-1936. 35-3 Tobacco - Federal Tobacco Grading Act - 1935. Army-Navy File (Section II) Boxes 36-39 		  The Army-Navy file consists of four boxes and covers the years 1924 to 1929. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically within the correspondent's file. The main bulk of the file consists of correspondence concerning appointments to the service academies, requests for headstone applications, service discharge information in order to file for pay allotments and for dismissal of under-aged recruits, and location of servicemen. At the end of the file a General Information folder appears which contains governmental regulations, procedures, and forms that are related to military affairs.  36-1 Adkins - Austin . 36-2 Bache - Binnion . 36-3 Blair - Bradley. 36-4 Bradshaw - Butler. 36-5 Callihan - Chaffin. 36-6 Chapman - Clemons. 36-7 Cobb - Cory . 36-8 Costello - Curry. 36-9 Davis - Dixon . 36-10 Duff - Duncan . 36-11 Eaker - Evans. 37-1 Fannin - Futty. 37-2 Gallagher - Ganis . 37-3 Gearhart - Gross. 37-4 Hackworth - Hayes. 37-5 Heaberlin - Hiley. 37-6 Hodges - Johnson. 37-7 Kash - Kouns . 37-8 Lake - Lynch. 38-1 McGlone - Martin. 38-2 Matthews - Murphy . 38-3 Navy - Osborne . 38-4 Parks - Phipps . 38-5 Porter - Quisenberry. 38-6 Ratcliff - Rees . 38-7 Reid - Runyon. 38-8 Sabath - Senff. 38-9 Sims - Sowder. 38-10 Sparks - Stapleton. 38-11 Stevenson - Sublet. 39-1 Taulbee - Tyler. 39-2 Underhill - Vermillion. 39-3 Wagner - Watson. 39-4 Weddington - Whitt. 39-5 Witt - Young. 39-6 General Information Folder. Army-Navy File (Section II) and Military Affairs File (Section III) Boxes 40-41 		  The material in the Military Affairs File deals with the House Military Affairs Committee which Vinson served on from 1924-1928. The file, consisting of two boxes, is arranged alphabetically by topics and chronologically within the topic.      40-1 Air Service. 40-2 Army Air Bill. 40-3 Army Appropriations. 40-4 Bills Passed 69th Congress, 1st Session. 40-5 Chesapeake & Ohio Bill. 40-6 Compulsory Military Training. 40-7 Design and Procurement Bills. 40-8 Dixie Highway Bill. 40-9 Fredricksburg Bill. 40-10 Metalclad Airship. 41-1 Miscellaneous. 41-2 Muscle Shoals. 41-3 Philippine Constabulary. 41-4 Procurement Board. 41-5 Warrant Officer. 41-6 Woodfill, Capt. Samuel. Pension File (Section 1V) Boxes 42-48 		  The correspondence in the seven boxes of the Pension File covers the years 1924 to 1929. The material is arranged by correspondent and then chronologically within the correspondent's file. Letters J-N are not represented in the collection.       For further information consult Vinson's index card file for Pension requests, 1924 to 1929. This file is divided into counties and within each county it lists in alphabetical order those who have requested pensions and pension information.   42-1 Abbott - Adams, E. . 42-2 Adams, F. - Adkins . 42-3 Alexander - Allen Allison - Arn . 42-4 Arnett - Atkins . 42-5 Bach - Barber . 42-6 Barlow - Bays . 42-7 Beam - Biglow . 42-8 Binnie - Booth. 42-9 Boren - Bradley. 42-10 Bramel - Brown. 42-11 Bruer - Burns. 42-12 Bush - Butler. 43-1 Campbell - Canning Carey - Caskey . 43-2 Castle - Chapman. 43-3 Chenault - Clayton . 43-4 Clemons - Colgrove . 43-5 Collier - Cooper. 43-6 Cornett - Craft . 43-7 Crank - Curley . 43-8 Damerin - Davidison . 43-9 Davis - Dagman. 43-10 Denham - Dove. 43-11 Douglas - Downey . 43-12 Drake - Dyer. 44-1 Easterling - Elam. 44-2 Ellis - Estes. 44-3 Estill - Ewing. 44-4 Fannin - Flinn. 44-5 Foller - Fortune. 44-6 Foster - Fox. 44-7 Fraley. 44-8 Franklin - Fyfe. 44-8 Gambill Gillum. 44-10 Girvin - Graves. 44-11 Green - Griffey. 44-12 Griffin - Gumm. 45-1 Hager - Haney. 45-2 Hanners - Hatton. 45-3 Hawey - Hewlett. 45-4 Hickman - Hilley. 45-5 Hobbs - Horton. 45-6 Hubbard - Huffman. 45-7 Hughes - Hunt. 45-8 Hutchinson - Hyman. 45-9 Ingram - O'Connell. 46-1 Rains - Ray. 46-2 Reid - Richards. 46-3 Riddle - Riley. 46-4 Roark - Roberts. 46-5 Robinson - Roney. 46-6 Rose. 46-7 Ross - Runyon. 46-8 Salmons - Sawyer. 46-9 Scott - Sennett. 46-10 Shakleford - Skeen. 46-11 Smith - Sowards. 46-12 Sparks - Stewarts	. 47-1 Stidham - Stone. 47-2 Story - Sturgill. 47-3 Sullivan - Swim. 47-4 Tacket - Thomas. 47-5 Thompson. 47-6 Tolliver - Tolson. 47-7 Tomlin - Trusty. 47-8 Turner. 47-9 Tutt - Tyree. 47-10 Vansickle - Virgin. 47-11 Waddell - Waller. 47-12 Warden - Watson. 48-1 Watts - Wells. 48-2 Weirman - Whitt. 48-3 Wigington - Williams, J.. 48-4 Williams, S. - Wilson. 48-5 Winters - Woods. 48-6 Workman - Wright. 48-7 Yates - Zorn. Post Office File (Section V) Boxes 49-51 		  The Post Office File, consisting of three boxes, runs from 1923 to 1937 and is concerned with patronage matters. Correspondence is first arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within the year according to the post office branch or route. At the end of the file appears a General Information Folder and a log of all Post Office personnel in Vinson's district.      49-1 1923 thru C of 1924. 49-2 D - H 1924. 49-3 I - R 1924. 49-4 S - W 1924. 49-5 A - F 1925. 49-6 G - R 1925. 49-7 S - Z 1925. 50-1 A - F 1926. 50-2 G - M 1926. 50-3 N - w 1926. 50-4 A - Crocketsville 1927 . 50-5 Cynthiana - H 1927. 50-6 J - R 1927 . 50-7 S - X 1927. 51-1 A - L 1928. 51-2 M - T 1928. 51-3 V - Y 1928. 51-4 1929. 51-5 General Information Folder. 51-6 Post Office Log 1924-1937. Veteran's Bureau File (Section VI) Boxes 52-68 		  The correspondence and records in the seventeen boxes of the Veteran's Bureau File covers the years 1924 to 1929. The material in this file deals with veteran's benefits. It is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically arranged within the correspondent's file. Box 68 contains correspondence relating to adjusted compensation or the "Bonus."  52-1 A. 52-2 Baber-Baker. 52-3 Baldridge-Ball. 52-4 Wm. H. Ballard. 52-5 Barker (A-L). 52-6 Barker (L-W). 52-7 Barnett- Bartnam. 52-8 Bates-Bayes. 52-9 Beckett-Bentley. 52-10 Berry-Beyersdoerfer. 52-11 Bibb-Bishop. 52-12 Blake-Blankenship. 52-13 Blevins-Boggs. 52-14 Bole-Borders. 52-15 Bowan-Bowling. 53-1 Bowman-Boyd. 53-2 Bradley. 53-3 Branson-Brickles. 53-4 Bright-Brown (A). 53-5 Brown, James H .. 53-6 Brown, (L-M). 53-7 Browning-Bryant. 53-8 Bundy-Burrows. 53-9 Burton. 53-10 Bussey-Byrd. 53-11 Cable- Caldwell . 53-12 Callahan-Calloway. 53-13 Campbell. 53-14 Cantrell. 53-15 Carpenter, Joe. 53-16 Carpenter. 54-1 Carr-Carroll. 54-2 Carter. 54-3 Carver-Cass