xt7x3f4kmk99 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7x3f4kmk99/data/mets.xml https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7x3f4kmk99/data/clements.xml Clements, Earle C., 1896-1985 19221970 134.4 cubic ft. collections  English University of Kentucky This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970s Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970s text Earle C. Clements Collection, 1922-1970s 1922 1999 true xt7x3f4kmk99 collection false clements Guide to the Earle C. Clements Collection,  1922-1970s 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: 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 Earle C. Clements Collection,  1922-1970s     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.         Earle C. Clements Collection,  1922-1970s 76M2, 82M6, 84M2 Clements, 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 List CONGRESSIONAL SERIES Boxes 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.  Inventory DEPARTMENTS 1 Agriculture Department -  January-July, 1945 1 Agriculture Department -  August-December, 1945 1 American Red Cross -  1945 1 Census Bureau -  1945 1 Civil Aeronautics Administration -  1945 1 Civil Defense -  1945 1 Civilian Production Administration -  1945 1 Commerce Department -  1945 1 Coast Guard -  1945 1 District of Columbia -  1945 1 Federal Communications Commission -  1945 1 Federal Housing Administration -  1945 1 Federal Public Housing Authority -  1945 1 Federal Reserve System -  1945 1 Federal Security Agency -  1945 2 Federal Works Agency -  1945 2 General Accounting Office -  1945 2 Home Loan Bank Administration -  1945 2 Internal Revenue -  1945 2 Interior Department -  1945 2 Interstate Commerce Commission -  1945 2 Justice Department -  1945 2 Kentucky Departments -  1945 2 Labor Department -  1945 2 Library of Congress - 1945 2 Marine Corps - 1945 2 Merchant Marines - 1945 3 National Archives - 1945 3 National Labor Relations Board- 1945 3 Navy Department - No. 2 - 1945 3 Navy Department - January-June, 1945 3 Navy Department - July-September, 1945 3 Navy Department - October-December, 1945 3 Office of Defense Transportation - 1945 3 Office of Price Administration- No. 2 - 1945 4 Office of Price Administration - January-July, 1945 4 Office of Price Administration - August-December, 1945 4 Office of War Information - 1945 4 Office of War Mobilization- 1945 4 Petroleum Administration for War - 1945 4 Post Office Department - 1945 4 Reconstruction Finance Corporation - 1945 4 Rural Electrification Administration - 1945 4 Selective Service - January-May, 1945 4 Selective Service - June-August, 1945 5 Selective Service - September-December, 1945 5 Selective Service - No. 2 - 1945 5 Smaller War Plants Corporation - 1945 5 Social Security Board - 1945 5 State Department - 1945 5 Surplus Property Board - 1945 5 Surplus Property - Ohio River Ordnance Works - Henderson, Kentucky - 1945 5 Tennessee Valley Authority - 1945 5 Treasury Department - 1945 5 United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration - 1945 5 U.S. Employment Service - 1945 5 U.S. Public Health Service - 1945 5 Veterans Administration - 1945 6 War Department - January-March, 1945 6 War Department - April-June, 1945 6 War Department - July-August, 1945 6 War Department - September, 1945 7 War Department - October, 1945 7 War Department - November, 1945 7 War Department - December, 1945 7 War Department-Rivers - 1945 7 War Food Administration - 1945 7 War Labor Board -  1945 7 War Production Board -  1945 8 Agriculture Department -  January-April, 1946 8 Agriculture Department -  May-August, 1946 8 Agriculture Department -  September-December, 1946 8 Atmosphere Nitrogen Corporation -  1946 8 Childrens Bureau -  1946 8 Civil Aeronautics Administration -  1946 8 Civil Service Commission -  1946 9 Civilian Production Administration -  January-June, 1946 9 Civilian Production Administration -  July-December, 1946 9 Coast Guard -  1946 9 Commerce Department -  1946 9 Federal Communications Commission -  1946 9 Federal Home Loan Bank Administration -  1946 9 Federal Housing Administration -  1946 9 Federal Power Commission -  1946 9 Federal Works Agency -  January-June, 1946 9 Federal Works Agency -  July-December, 1946 10 General Accounting Office -  1946 10 Interior Department -  1946 10 Interior Department - Mammouth Cave -  1946 10 Internal Revenue -  1946 10 Interstate Commerce Commission -  1946 10 Justice Department -  1946 10 Kentucky Departments -  January-April, 1946 10 Kentucky Departments -  May-August, 1946 10 Kentucky Departments -  September-December, 1946 10 Labor Department -  1946 10 Library of Congress -  1946 10 Marine Corps -  1946 11 Merchant Marine -  1946 11 Navy Department -  January-June, 1946 11 Navy Department -  July-December, 1946 11 Office of Price Administration -  January-September, 1946 11 Office of Price Administration -  October-December, 1946 12 Office of War Mobilization -  1946 12 Post Office Department -  1946 12 Public Building Administration -  1946 12 Public Road Administration -  1946 12 Railroad Retirement Program -  1946 12 Reconstruction Finance Corporation -  1946 12 Reconversion -  1946 12 Red Cross -  1946 12 Rural Electrification Administration -  1946 12 Selective Service -  1946 12 Social Security Board -  1946 12 Special Bills -  1946 12 State Department  1946 13 Surplus Property Administration -  1946 13 Tax Court of the United States -  1946 13 Tennessee Valley Authority -  1946 13 Treasury Department -  1946 13 United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration -  1946 13 U.S. Employees Compensations -  1946 13 U.S. Employment Service -  1946 13 U.S. Public Health Service -  1946 13 U.S. Public Health Service - Hospital Construction - Project -  1946 13 Veterans Administration -  1946 13 Veterans Administration -  January-September, 1946 13 Veterans Administration -  October-December, 1946 13 Veterans Administration - Outwood Hospital  - 1946 13 Veterans - Disabled Americans -  1946 13 Veterans of Foreign Wars -  1946 14 War Department -  January, 1946 14 War Department -  February, 1946 14 War Department -  March, 1946 14 War Department -  April, 1946 14 War Department -  May, 1946 14 War Department -  June, 1946 15 War Department -  July, 1946 15 War Department -  August, 1946 15 War Department -  September, 1946 15 War Department -  October, 1946 15 War Department -  November, 1946 15 War Department -  December, 1946 15 War Department - Rivers -  1946 16 Agriculture Department -  1947 16 Agriculture Department -  1948 16 Census Bureau -  1948 16 Civil Aeronautics Administration -  1947 16 Civil Aeronautics Board -  1947 16 Civil Service Commission -  1947 16 Civilian Production Administration -  1947 17 Commerce Department -  1947 17 Federal Communications Commission -  1947 17 Federal Home Loan Association -  1947 17 Federal Power Commission -  1947 17 Federal Reserve Board -  1947 17 Federal Security Agency -  1947 17 Federal Works Agency -  1947 17 General Accounting Office -  1947 17 Housing Expediter Office -  1947 17 Interior Department -  1947 17 Internal Revenue -  1947 17 Interstate Commerce Commission -  1947 17 Justice Department -  1947 17 Kentucky Departments -  January-April, 1947 18 Kentucky Departments -  May-December, 1947 18 Labor Department -  1947 18 Library of Congress -  1947 18 Marine Corps -  1947 18 Maritime Commission -  1947 18 National Labor Relations Board -  1947 18 Navy Department -  1947 18 Office of Price Administration -  1947 18 Office of War Mobilization -  1947 18 Post Office Department -  1947 18 Public Roads Administration -  1947 19 Railroad Retirement Board -  1947 19 Reconstruction Finance Corporation -  1947 19 Rural Electrification Administration -  1947 19 Rural Electrification Administration -  1948 19 State Department -  1947-1948 19 Tennessee Valley Authority -  1947 19 Treasury Department -  1947 19 U.S. Employees Compensation Commission -  1947 19 Veterans Administration -  1947 19 War Assets Administration -  1947-1948 20 War Assets Administration - Bowling Green Plant -  1947 20 War Department -  January-February, 1947 20 War Department -  March-April, 1947 20 War Department -  May-June, 1947 20 War Department -  July-September, 1947 21 War Department -  October-December, 1947 21 War Department -  1948 21 War Department - Applications for Commission in Regular Army -  1945-July, 1947 21 War Department - Applications for Commission in Regular Army -  August-December, 1947 21 War Department - Barren River -  1947 21 War Department - Big Sandy River Project -  1947 DEPARTMENTS - POST OFFICE 22 Adairsville 22 Adolphus 22 Allen Spring 22 Allergre 22 Allensville 22 Alvaton 22 Beach Grove 22 Beaver Dam 22 Bee Spring 22 Belton 22 Berrys Lick 22 Bowling Green 22 Bremen 22 Bristow 22 Brooklyn 22 Browder 22 Brownsville 22 Calhoun 22 Camp Breckinridge 22 Cave Spring 22 Central City 23 Clay 23 Cleaton 23 Corydon 23 Cromwell 23 Davenport 23 Dawson Springs 23 Deanefield 23 Dekoven 23 Depoy 23 Dixon 23 Drake 23 Dunmor 23 Elkton 23 Equality 23 Fordsville 23 Franklin 23 Geneva 23 Glenmore 23 Greenville 23 Grove Center 23 Guthrie 23 Halfway 24 Hartford 24 Hawesville 24 Hebbardsville 24 Henderson 24 Henshaw 24 Holland -  1945-1946 24 Holland -  1947-1948 24 Homer 24 Horse Branch 24 Huntsville 24 Ilsley 24 Island 24 Kirksmanville 24 Kyrock 24 Lewisburg 24 Lindseyville 24 Livermore 24 Livia 24 McHenry 24 Madisonville 25 Mammouth Cave 25 Maniton 25 Martwick 25 Morganfield 25 Morgantown 25 Mount Maple 25 Miscellaneous 25 Narrows 25 Nebo 25 Oakland 25 Olaton 25 Olmstead 25 Olney 25 Owensboro -  1944-November 15, 1946 25 Owensboro -  November, 1946-1948 25 Petroleum 25 Poole 25 Providence 25 Prosperity 25 Quality 25 Reedyville 25 Renfro w 26 Reynolds Station 26 Richardsville 26 Robards 26 Rochester 26 Rockfield 26 Rockport 26 Round Hill 26 Rumsey 26 Sacramento 26 St. Joseph 26 St. Vincent 26 Salmons 26 Scotsville -  1944-August, 1945 26 Scotsville -  September, 1945-January, 1947 26 Scotsville -  February, 1947-May, 1948 26 Sebree -  September 29, 1947 27 Sebree -  September 30, 1947 27 Sebree -  October, 1947-1948 27 Settle 27 Sharer 27 Sharon Grove 27 Slaughters 27 Smith Mill 27 Smith's Grove 27 South Carrolton 27 Spottsville 27 Sturgis 27 Sullivan 27 Sunfish 27 Sunnydale 27 Threlkel 27 Trammel 27 Trenton 27 Uniontown 28 Utica 28 Waverly 28 West Louisville 28 Whitesville 28 White Plains 28 White Run 28 Woodburn 28 Construction SUBJECTS 29 Acknowledgements -  1945 29 Agricultural Requests -  January-April, 1945 29 Agricultural Requests -  May, 1945 29 Agricultural Requests -  June-December, 1945 29 Agricultural Yearbooks -  1945 30 Agriculture Committee -  January-May, 1945 30 Agriculture Committee -  June, 1945 30 Agriculture Committee -  July-December, 1945 30 American Legion -  1945 30 Annapolis -  1945 30 Bailey, Clay Wade -  1945 30 Burley Market - Henderson, Kentucky -  1945 30 Calendars -  1945 30 Camp Breckinridge 30 Circularization - Legislators -  1945 31 Clements -  1942-July, 1945 31 Clements -  August-December, 1945 31 Clements - Family - Genealogy 31 Coffman Project -  1945 31 Committee Considering Coal Shortage -  1945 31 Congratulations -  1944 31 Congress of Industrial Organizations -  1945 31 Congressional Directories -  1945 31 Congressional Record -  1945 31 Cooper, Thomas Poe -  1945 32 Cox, Millard -  1945 32 Cox, Ruth -  1945 32 Cox, W. P. -  1945 32 Dark Fired Tobacco Growers Association -  1945 32 Democratic National Committee -  1944-1945 32 Farm Bureau -  1945 32 Folding Room -  1945 32 Fortenberry, T.V. -  1945 32 Mother Gabriel -  1945 32 Goben, Juke -  1945 32 Governmental Affairs - Legislative Daily -  1945 32 Grainton Distilleries -  1945 32 Henry, George D. -  1945 32 Important Papers -  1945 32 Infant Care -  January-February, 1945 33 Infant Care -  March, 1945 33 Infnat Care -  April-May, 1945 33 Infant Care -  June-August, 1945 33 Infant Care -  September-December, 1945 33 Invitations -  1944-1945 34 Jobs -  1944-January, 1945 34 Jobs -  February-April, 1945 34 Jobs -  May-June, 1945 34 Jobs -  July-October, 1945 34 Jobs -  November-December, 1945 34 Kentucky Federation of Labor -  1945 35 Kentucky Legislature -  October, 1943 35 Kentucky Legislature -  March, 1944 35 Kentucky Legislature -  1944 35 Kentucky Society -  1945 35 Legislation - Agriculture Adjustment Act - Amendment of Tobacco Provision -  1945 35 Legislation - Atomic Bomb -  1945 35 Legislation - Civil Service Retirement Annuities -  1945 35 Legislation - Compulsory Military Training -  1945 35 Legislation - Employees Salary Reclassification Act -  1945 35 Legislation - Exclusion from taxing income of persons who served in the Armed Services overseas -  1945 35 Legislation - Full Employment Bill -  1945 36 Legislation - General -  1944-February, 1945 36 Legislation - General -  March, 1945 36 Legislation - General -  April, 1945 36 Legislation - General -  May, 1945 36 Legislation - General -  June, 1945 36 Legislation - General -  July, 1945 37 Legislation - General -  August-September, 1945 37 Legislation - General -  October, 1945 37 Legislation - General -  November, 1945 37 Legislation - General -  December, 1945 37 Legislation - Postal Employees Reclassification Bill -  1945 37 Legislation - Relief of James H. Keith -  1945 37 Legislation - Relief of Elizabeth Simmons -  1945 37 Legislation - Lend-Lease -  1945 37 Legislation - Lists -  1945 38 Miscellaneous -  1945 38 Moloney, R.P. -  1945 38 Mount Saint Joseph Ursuline Motherhouse -  1945 38 Munford Tyler -  1945 38 Office Job File -  1944-1945 38 Office Matters -  1945 38 Office Pictures -  1945 38 Old Age Pensions -  1945 38 Peace Correspondence -  1945 38 Personal -  1944-February, 1945 38 Personal -  March-April, 1945 38 Personal -  May-June, 1945 39 Personal -  July, 1945 39 Personal -  August-September, 1945 39 Personal -  October, 1945 39 Personal -  November-December, 1945 39 Post War Military Training -  1945 39 Post War Planning -  1945 39 Receipts -  1942-1945 40 Requests -  1944-June, 1945 40 Requests -  July-December, 1945 40 Sherwood, W. S. -  1945 40 Stationary Room -  1944-1945 40 Stemming District Tobacco Association -  1945 40 Tobacco - General -  1944-1945 40 Tobacco - Nicotine Program -  1945 40 Tobacco - Paul Rudolph -  1944-1945 40 War Department - Discharges -  1945 40 West Point -  1945 40 White House -  1945 40 Work or Fight Bill -  1945 41 Acknowledgements -  1946 41 Agricultural - Requests -  January-July, 1946 41 Agricultural - Requests -  August-December, 1946 41 Agricultural Yearbooks -  1946 41 American Legion -  1946 41 Clements -  January-July, 1946 41 Clements -  August-December, 1946 41 Democratic National Committee -  1946 41 Important Papers -  1946 42 Infant Care -  January-July, 1946 42 Infant Care -  August-December, 1946 42 Insurance Receipts -  1946 42 Invitations -  January-August, 1946 42 Invitations -  September-December, 1946 42 Jobs -  January-March, 1946 43 Jobs -  March-April, 1946 43 Jobs -  May, 1946 43 Jobs -  June-September, 1946 43 Jobs -  October, 1946 43 Jobs -  November-December, 1946 44 Legislation - Agricultural Research -  1946 44 Legislation - Armed Forces Terminal - Leave Pay Bill -  1946 44 Legislation - Atomic Bomb -  1946 44 Legislation - British Loan -  1946 44 Legislation - Committee Hearings -  1946 44 Legislation - Draft Extension -  1946 44 Legislation - Further development of extension work -  1946 44 Legislation - General -  January, 1946 44 Legislation - General -  February, 1946 45 Legislation - General -  March, 1946 45 Legislation - General -  April-May, 1946 45 Legislation - General -  June, 1946 45 Legislation - General -  July, 1946 45 Legislation - General -  August, 1946 45 Legislation - General -  September-December, 1946 45 Legislation - H.R. 4437 (Folder 1) 45 Legislation - H.R. 4437 (Folder 2) 45 Legislation - Housing -  1946 46 Legislation - OPA - General -  1946 46 Legislation - OPA - Favorable -  March-July 28, 1946 46 Legislation - OPA - Favorable -  July 29-September, 1946 46 Legislation - OPA - Opposed -  March-July 30, 1946 46 Legislation - OPA - Opposed -  July 31, 1946 46 Legislation - OPA - Opposed -  August, 1946 46 Legislation - Post Office Employees - Salary Increase -  1946 46 Legislation - Railroad Retirement Act Amendments -  1946 47 Legislation - Relief of G. H. Lazarus and Jessie F. Bewley -  1946 47 Legislation - Relief of Bob Clark and George Croft -  1946 47 Legislation - Relief of Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Newman 47 Legislation - School Lunch Bill -  February 1-23, 1946 47 Legislation - School Lunch Bill -  February 25, 1946 47 Legislation - School Lunch Bill -  February 26-March, 1946 47 Legislation - School Lunch Bill -  April-July, 1946 47 Legislation - Social Security Amendments 47 Legislation - Special Food Committees 47 Legislation - Strikes -  February, 1946 48 Legislation - Strikes -  May, 1946 48 Legislation - Strikes -  June-December, 1946 48 Legislation - Tax Cooperatives -  January-May 11, 1946 48 Legislation - Tax Cooperatives -  May 23-November, 1946 48 Legislation - Veterans -  1946 48 Maloney, C. W. -  1946 48 Mineral Yearbooks -  1946 48 Office -  1946 48 Palestine -  1946 48 Personal -  January-February, 1946 49 Personal -  March-April, 1946 49 Personal -  May-June, 1946 49 Personal -  July-August, 1946 49 Personal -  September-October, 1946 49 Personal -  November-December, 1946 49 Political Action Committee -  1946 50 Requests -  January-April, 1946 50 Requests -  May-July, 1946 50 Requests -  August-September, 1946 50 Requests -  October-December, 1946 50 Schoeplin, W. G. -  1946 50 Stationary Room -  1946 50 Stites, Colonel Henry J. -  1946 50 Tobacco Matters -  1946 50 Wage Stabilization Board -  1946 50 War Assets Corporation -  1946 50 War Contracts Adjustment Board -  1946 50 War Shipping Administration Board -  1946 50 West Point -  1946 50 White House -  1946 50 Withers, G. H. -  1946 51 Acknowledgements -  January-April, 1947 51 Acknowledgements -  May-September, 1947 51 Acknowledgements -  October-December, 1947 51 Agriculture Committee -  1947 51 Agriculture Requests -  1947 51 Agriculture Yearbooks- Requests -  January-February, 1947 51 Agriculture Yearbooks - Requests -  March-April, 1947 51 Agriculture Yearbooks - Requests -  May-June 16, 1947 52 Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests -  June 18-July 3, 1947 52 Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests -  July 5-21, 1947 52 Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests -  July 22-August, 1947 52 Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests -  September, 1947 52 Agriculture - Yearbook - Requests -  October-December, 1947 52 Annapolis 53 Army-Navy Football Tickets -  1947 53 Calendars -  1947 53 Camp Breckinridge -  1947 53 Card and Address File -  1947 53 Christmas Card List -  1946 53 Circulation -  1947 53 Clements File -  1947 53 Clements - Congressional Resignation -  1947 53 Clements, Baldwin (Folder 1) -  1947 53 Clements, Baldwin (Folder 2) -  1947 53 Clements, Mrs. Earle C. -  1947 53 Congressional Directory Requests -  1947 53 Congressional Record Requests -  1947 54 Democratic National Committee -  1947 54 Deposit Slips -  1947 54 Foreign Policy -  1947 54 Important Papers -  1947 54 Infant Care -  January-April, 1947 54 Infant Care -  May-June, 1947 54 Infant Care -  August-December, 1947 54 Invitations -  January-May, 1947 55 Invitations -  June-December, 1947 55 Jobs -  January-February, 1947 55 Jobs -  March-April, 1947 55 Jobs -  May-July, 1947 55 Jobs -  August-September, 1947 55 Jobs -  October-December, 1947 56 Kentucky Constitutions -  1947 56 Kentucky Departments -  1947 56 Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation -  1947 56 Legislation - Agriculture Bills -  1947 56 Legislation - Appropriations - Agricultural -  January-June, 1947 56 Legislation - Appropriations - Agricultural -  July-December, 1947 56 Legislation - Appropriations Bill 56 Legislation - Education -  1947 57 Legislation - Federal and Postal Employees Bills -  March-July, 1947 57 Legislation - Federal and Postal Employees Bills -  August-December, 1947 57 Legislation - General Information -  1947 57 Legislation - General -  January-April, 1947 57 Legislation - General -  May-June, 1947 57 Legislation - General -  July-August, 1947 58 Legislation - General -  September-December, 1947 58 Legislation - General -  1948 58 Legislation - Housing Bill -  1947 58 Legislation - Interstate Commerce Act Amendments -  1947 58 Legislation - Labor - Cases and Miscellaneous Bills -  1947 58 Legislation - Labor - Favorable -  January-March, 1947 58 Legislation - Labor - Favorable -  April-July, 1947 59 Legislation - Labor - Gwynne Bill -  1947 59 Legislation - Labor - Railroad Employees -  1947 59 Legislation - Lists -  1947 59 Legislation - Military Training -  1947 59 Legislation - Postal Rates -  1947 59 Legislation - Public Works Bill -  1947 59 Legislation - Rent Control -  1947 59 Legislation - School Lunch Program -  April-August 7, 1947 59 Legislation - School Lunch Program -  August 7-9, 1947 60 Legislation - Social Security -  1947 60 Legislation - Taxes -  1947 60 Legislation - Veterans -  1947 60 Legialation - Voting Record -  1947 60 Newspaper Subscriptions -  1947 60 Office Matters -  1947 60 Personal -  January-February, 1947 60 Personal -  March-April, 1947 60 Personal -  May-June, 1947 60 Personal -  July-September, 1947 61 Personal -  October-December, 1947 61 Post Office and Civil Service Committee -  1947 61 Post Office and Civil Service Committee - General Information -  1947 61 Receipts -  1947 61 Requests -  January-May, 1947 62 Requests -  June-December, 1947 62 Stationary Room -  1947 62 Tobacco Matters -  1947 62 Webb, Frances Settle -  1947 62 West Point -  January-May, 1947 62 West Point -  June-December, 1947 62 White House -  1947 GUBERNATORIAL SERIES Boxes 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.  Inventory Boards and Commissions 63 Accountancy -  1948-1950 63 Aeronautics Commission -  October, 1947-December 10, 1948 63 Aeronautics Commission -  February, 1949-September, 1950 63 Agriculture -  1948-1950 63 Agricultural and Industrial Development Board,  February-March, 1948 63 Agricultural and Industrial Development Board,  April-May, 1948 63 Agricultural and Industrial Development Board,  June-August, 1948 64 Agricultural and Industrial Development Board,  September-December, 1948 64 Agricultural and Industrial Development Board,  January-August 1949 64 Agricultural and Industrial Development Board,  September, 1949-November, 1950 64 Architects, Board of -  1948-1950 64 Barbers and Beauticians, Board of  1947-1950 65 Chiropractic Examiners, Board of -  1949 65 Constitutional Review Commission -  1950 65 Dental Examiners, Board of -  1947-1950 65 Disabled Ex-Service Men's Board -  1948-1950 65 Education, Board of -  1948-1950 65 Election Commissioner, Board of -  1948-1950 65 Embalmers and Funeral Directors, Board of -  1948-1950 65 Engineers, Board of Professional -  1948-1950 66 Fire and Safety Commission -  1949 66 Functions and Resources Commission -  1950 66 Health, Board of -  1948-1950 66 Health, Board of Kentucky Crippled Childrens Commission -  1948-1950 66 Industrial Safety Board -  1948 66 Judicial Council -  1950 66 Legislative Research Commission -  1947 67 Legislative Research Commission -  1948 67 Legislative Research Commission -  1949 67 Legislative Research Commission -  1950-1951 67 Medical Research Commission -  1948-1949 67 National Park Commission -  March, 1948-November, 1950 67 Nurses of Examiners, Board of -  1947-1950 67 Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission -  April, 1948-August, 1950 67 Optometry, Board of -  1950 67 Pharmacy, Board of -  1948-1949 67 Psychologists, Board of Examiners of -  1948-1950 68 Public Service Commission -  January, 1948-January, 1949 68 Public Service Commission -  January, 1949-November, 1950 68 Racing Co