Alben W. Barkley papers

Abstract

The Alben W. Barkley papers (dated 1893-1966, undated; 167 cubic feet) include correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, cartoons, clippings, photographs, books, pamphlets, recordings, and memorabilia documenting Barkley's political career, including his time as Congressman, Senator, and Vice President.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Alben W. Barkley papers
Extent
167 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Politicians -- Kentucky.
Political parties -- Kentucky.
Speeches, addresses, etc.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by format.
Finding Aid Author
Hilary Writt
Preferred Citation
63m143: [identification of item], Alben W. Barkley papers, 1893-1966, undated, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Vice-President, U.S. Senator from Kentucky Barkley was born in Graves County, Kentucky in 1877. A graduate of Marvin College in Clinton, Kentucky, Barkley also attended Emory College in Oxford, Georgia, and the University of Virginia Law School. He was admitted to the bar in 1901 and began practice in Paducah. Barkley entered McCracken County politics, serving as county attorney and county judge successively. In 1913 he was elected to Congress. Ten years later, the Congressman made an unsuccessful bid for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. He won a seat in the U.S. Senate in 1926 and became Democratic majority leader in 1937. When the Democrats lost control of the Senate in the 1946 elections, Barkley served as minority leader for two years. Nominated as Harry S. Truman's running mate, Barkley was elected Vice- President of the United States in 1948.
He retired to Paducah after failing to receive the 1952 Democratic nomination for President. Barkley returned to public life two years later as he won election once again to the U.S. Senate. The Veep, as he was fondly known, died suddenly while addressing a student group at Washington and Lee University.
Scope and Content
The Alben W. Barkley papers (dated 1893-1966, undated; 167 cubic feet) include correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, cartoons, clippings, photographs, books, pamphlets, recordings, and memorabilia documenting Barkley's political career, including his time as Congressman, Senator, and Vice President. Each group, with the exception of the recordings, offers a cross section of the period represented in the papers. The papers cover the period of Senator Barkley's public career, and the two years, January 1953 to January 1955, when he was not in office. During the years 1953-1954, he was engaged in writing his autobiography, That Reminds Me, publishing magazine articles, making radio and television appearances, and filling a great variety of speaking engagements.
The manuscripts are divided into three files, general, political and speeches. Folder title lists form the chief finding aid for these papers. There is a small selective name index. Among the correspondents are such public figures as Herbert Hoover, Harry S. Truman, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Adlai E. Stevenson, William Jennings Bryan, A. B. Chandler, James R. Byrnes, Bernard Baruch, James Farley, Henry Wallace, John N. Garner, Sherman Minton, Fred M. Vinson, Evangeline Booth, Cordell Hull, George C. Marshall, Dean Acheson, Sam Rayburn, Harold Ickes, John L. Lewis; entertainers, such as Dinah Shore, Bob Hope and Eddie Cantor; Kentucky political leaders of the period and constituents.
The scrapbooks contain chiefly clippings and pictures. Most of the cartoons are the work of Clifford K. Berryman and his son, Jim, of the Washington Star. Other cartoonists represented include Walt Disney, D. R. Fitzpatrick, John Baer and Gib Crockett. Flags, academic awards (hoods, keys, medals, etc.), citations, a collection of gavels, and trophies presented on many occasions are among the museum objects.
The recordings are of miscellaneous speeches and events, and do not cover the entire period. The keynote addresses delivered by Senator Barkley at the 1936 and 1948 National Democratic conventions, assorted campaign and commencement speeches, and the senator's last speech at the Washington and Lee University mock Democratic convention, April 30, 1956, are among the recordings.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment. A small group of family papers is sealed and there are special restrictions on the use of the Barkley-Shalett tape recordings.
Use Restrictions
• The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

Politics, 1899-1956

Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Congratulatory (A - G), 1912

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Congratulatory (H - Q), 1912

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Congratulatory (R-Z), 1912

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Democratic Primary Election Expenditures and Receipts Statements of opponents, 1912

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Fulton County, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - General, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence with newspapers, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election County news releases, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Graves County A - L, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Graves County M-Z, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Hickman County, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Livingston County, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Lyon County, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Marshall County, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - McCracken County, 1914

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - Trigg County, 1914

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General Correspondence, 1915

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Ways and Means Committee - Caucus Election Correspondence, 1915

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Campaign Correspondence - A-M, 1916

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Campaign Correspondence - N-Z, 1916

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General Correspondence, 1917

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General Correspondence, 1918

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Alben W. Barkley - Voting Record, 1919

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George Brown Martin - Voting Record, 1919

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General Correspondence, 1919

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General Correspondence, 1920

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General Correspondence, 1921

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Barkley's Announcement for Governor's Race, General Correspondence, 1922

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - A-H, 1923

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Democratic Primary Election Correspondence - I-Z, 1923

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Campaign Literature, 1923

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Democratic Primary Election - County Lists, 1923

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Democratic Primary Election - Newspaper Editorials, 1923

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Democratic Primary Election - Newspaper Lists, 1923

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Democratic Primary Election - Organizational Lists, 1923

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Democratic Primary Election - Post Election Correspondence - A-K, 1923

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Democratic Primary Election - Post Election Correspondence - L-Z, 1923

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William Jennings Bryan - Speech delivered at Democratic National Convention (June 28, 1924) on Religious Liberty

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Correspondence, 1924

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John W. Davis - Biography and Record Pamphlet, 1924

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Democratic National Committee - News Releases, 1924

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Correspondence, 1925

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Democratic National Congressional Committee - News Releases, 1926

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Senate Election - Campaign Literature - Alben W. Barkley, 1926

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Senate Election - Campaign Literature - Richard P. Ernst, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence (April 24 - November Election) - A-C, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence (April 24 - November Election) - D-G, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence (April 24 - November Election) - H-L, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence (April 24 - November Election) - M-R, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence (April 24 - November Election) - S-Z, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence - Congratulatory - A-G, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence - Congratulatory - H-Q, 1926

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Senate Election - Correspondence - Congratulatory - R-Z, 1926

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Senate Election - Pre-Candidacy Correspondence - (January - April 23, 1926) - A-L, 1926

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Senate Election - Pre-Candidacy Correspondence - (January - April 23, 1926) - M-Z, 1926

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Senate Election - County Lists, 1926

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Senate Election - Democratic National Committee - News Releases, 1926

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Senate Election - Financial Record, 1926

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Senate Election - Fred M. Vinson, 1926

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Alben W. Barkley's Signed Oath of Office, 1927

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Post Election Statement of the Kentucky State Campaign Committee for the Democratic Party, 1927

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Presidential Election - Campaign Chairman for Al Smith for State of Kentucky -Correspondence, County Chairman Lists, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Lists - Book I - Democratic County Executive Committees, First through Sixth Congressional Districts, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Lists - Book I - Democratic County Executive Committees, Seventh through Eleventh Congressional Districts, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Lists - Book II - Election Results by Kentucky County for 1926 and 1927, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Lists - Book II - Prominent Democrats in Kentucky by County from the Fifth through Eleventh Congressional Districts, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Lists - Book III - Attorneys, Speakers, Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Ministers, Traveling Salesmen, Farmers, Teachers, Federal Office Holders, County Officials - Fifth through Seventh Congressional Districts, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Lists - Book III - Attorneys, Speakers, Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Ministers, Traveling Salesmen, Farmers, Teachers, Federal Office Holders, County Officials - Eighth through half of Ninth Congressional Districts, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Lists - Book III - Attorneys, Speakers, Doctors, Bankers, Merchants, Ministers, Traveling Salesmen, Farmers, Teachers, Federal Office Holders, County Officials - Remainder of Ninth through Eleventh Congressional Districts, 1928

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Presidential Election - Campaign Literature, 1928

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Presidential Election - Correspondence, January - May, 1928

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Presidential Election - Correspondence, July - August, 1928

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Presidential Election - Correspondence, August - October, 1928

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Presidential Election - County Precinct Lists, 1928

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Presidential Election - County Surveys/Questionnaires, 1928

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Presidential Election - Financial Information (Folder A), 1928

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Presidential Election - Financial Information (Folder B), 1928

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Presidential Election - Press Releases, 1928

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Presidential Election - South Trimble (Clerk of U.S. House of Representatives) - Historical Defense of Roman Catholic Church, 1928

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Correspondence, 1929

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Franklin D. Roosevelt - Speech (December 10, 1929), 1929

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Correspondence, 1931

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Democratic National Committee - Notification of John N. Garner's Nomination for the Vice Presidency of the United States and Garner's Reply, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Alben W. Barkley's Certificate of Election and News Release Regarding Barkley's Election as Senate Majority Leader, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Campaign Literature, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, A-B, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, C-D, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, E-G, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, H-J, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, K-M, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, N-R, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, S-V, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Correspondence, W-Z, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - County Chair Lists, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Democratic National Committee - News Releases, 1932

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Presidential and Senatorial Election - Roosevelt, Franklin D. - Speeches, 1932

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Commissioner of Department of Internal Revenue - Helvering Nomination - Report on Opposition by W.D. Vincent, 1933

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M.M. Logan - Correspondence, European Itinerary, 1933

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Presidential Election - Anti-New Deal Handbill, 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Convention - Keynote Speech - Congratulatory Correspondence, A-F, 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Convention - Keynote Speech - Congratulatory Correspondence, G-N, 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Convention - Keynote Speech - Congratulatory Correspondence, O-Z, 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Committee - News Releases, 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Convention - Keynote Speech - Congratulatory Telegrams (Folder A), 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Convention - Keynote Speech - Congratulatory Telegrams (Folder B), 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Convention - Keynote Speech - Congratulatory Correspondence & Telegrams Selected by Barkley, 1936

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Presidential Election - Democratic National Convention - Keynote Speech - Negative Telegrams, 1936

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Senatorial Election - M.M. Logan - J.C.W. Beckham Primary Vote Totals by County, 1936

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E.A. Halsey File - Democratic Digest Article & Congratulatory Dinner Items, 1937

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Politics - Reception for Governor & Mrs. Chandler, Senate Election & Reform Court Bill, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Correspondence, A-C, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Correspondence, D-G, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Correspondence, H-L, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Correspondence, M-O, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Correspondence, P-S, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Correspondence, S-Z, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Telegrams, A-G, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Telegrams, H-Q, 1937

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Senatorial Election - Senate Majority Leader - Congratulatory Telegrams, R-Z, 1937

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Certificate of Election for U.S. Senator, 1938

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Memorandum Concerning Barkley's Congressional Record, 1913-1938, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Barkley-Chandler and Barkley Material, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Barkley-Chandler and Chandler Material, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Barkley-Chandler Material, A-Z, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Barkley-Chandler Campaign Finances, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Barkley-Chandler Federal Projects in Kentucky, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Barkley-Chandler Lists and Reports, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Correspondence in Support of Barkley's Re-election, 1938

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Primary - Senate - Election Results by District, Official Tabulated Vote, 1938

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Statements, Political Correspondence, Roosevelt & Barkley Cooperative Club, 1938

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Women's "Barkley for Senator" - Ballard County - Endorsement Speech for Barkley, 1938

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Barkley for Vice-President, "Public Opinion", September, 1939 Issue, 1939

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Reelection as Senate Majority Leader Congratulatory Correspondence, 1939

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Suit to prevent Barkley appearing on November Election Ballot, 1939

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Barkley's Statement opposing Election of Wendell Willkie, 1940

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Democratic National Convention Correspondence, 1940

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Democratic National Convention - Permanent Chairman - A-G, 1940

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Democratic National Convention - Permanent Chairman - H-O, 1940

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Democratic National Convention - Permanent Chairman - P-Z, 1940

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Reelection to the Senate - Congratulatory Correspondence - Members of Congress, 1940

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The 1940 Platform of the Democratic Party, July 22, 1940, 1940

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Reelection as Senate Majority Leader Congratulatory Correspondence, 1941

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Speech Material for an Engagement in Philadelphia on October 22, 1941, 1941

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Primary - Radio Address, WHAS - Chandler vs. John Y. Brown, July 30, 1942, 1942

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Gubernatorial Campaign - Madisonville Address of J. Lyter Donaldson, 1943

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Gubernatorial Race Information, Kentucky Senators and Kentucky Visit Schedule, 1943

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Correspondence - Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1944

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Proceedures for Democratic State Delegate Convention, Senator Guffey Material, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring, Anonymous, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring A (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring A (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring B (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring B (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring B (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring B (folder 4), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring B (folder 5), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring B (folder 6), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring C (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring C (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring C (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring D (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring D (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring D (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring E, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring F (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring F (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring G (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring G (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring G (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring H (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring H (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring H (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring H (folder 4), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring I, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring J- Telegrams, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring J, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring K (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring K (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring K (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring L (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring L (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring L (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring Mc (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring Mc (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring M (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring M (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring M (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring N, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring O, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring P-Q (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring P-Q (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring P-Q (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring R (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring R (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring R (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring S (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring S (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring S (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring S (folder 4), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring S (folder 5), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring S (folder 6), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring T (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring T (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring U-V, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring W (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring W (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring W (folder 3), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring W (folder 4), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Favoring X,Y,Z, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Unsorted, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed Anonymous, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed A, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed B (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed B (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed C, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed D, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed E, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed F, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed G, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed H (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed H (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed I-J, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed K, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed L, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed Mc, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed M, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed N-O, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed P-Q, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed R, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed S (folder 1), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed S (folder 2), 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed T, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed U-V, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed W, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Correspondence; Opposed X,Y,Z, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Requests for copy of Speech, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Magazine Articles, 1944

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Resignation as U.S. Senate Majority Leader - Union Correspondence; Opposed, 1944

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Resolution of Confidence Caucus of Democratic Senators, February 24, 1944, 1944

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Rosenman, Samuel I.; Letter Concerning Tax Veto, 1944

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Certificates of Election - U.S. Senator - Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1944

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Reelection to the Senate - Congratulatory Correspondence, 1944

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Reelection Campaign Personal Contributions Correspondence, 1944

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Dooley, Larry - Correspondence and Assorted Materials, 1945-1951

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Nomination of U.S. Senator & Campaign Handbook, 1946

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Relinquishment of Majority Leader Post - Gatliff & Hopper, 1947

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Truman's Speech, Virgil Chapman for Senator, Mayor Morrison of New Orleans, 1948

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Democratic National Convention, Sevareid, Eric - Radio Sketch of Barkley, 1948

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Wyatt Wilson Speech Nominating Barkley for Vice-President, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence A-B, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence C, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence D-E, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence F-G, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence H, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence I-K, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence L-M, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence N-Q, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence R, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence S, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence T-V, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence W-Z, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Correspondence - Opposed ; Anonymous/A-Z, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Requests for Keynote Speech, 1948

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Nomination for Vice-President - Suggestions, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence A-B, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence D, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence E, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence F, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence G, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence H (folder 1), 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence H (folder 2), 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence I-J, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence K, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence L, 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence Mc, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence M (folder 1), 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence M (folder 2), 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence N-O, 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence P-Q, 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence R, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence S (folder 1), 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence S (folder 2), 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence T, 1948-1949

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence U-V, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence W (folder 1), 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence W (folder 2), 1948

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Election, Vice-President - Congratulatory Correspondence X,Y,Z, 1948

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Election, Vice-President - U.S. News & World Report - November 19, 1948, 1948

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Speech Material - Campaign Speech; Rural Electrification, Taxes, 1948

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Correspondence - Democratic National Committee, 1949

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Expences, Correspondence - Democratic National Committee, 1950

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Invitations for Speaking Engagements Declined, 1950

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Kentucky Campaign Tour - October 27-November 5, 1951, 1951

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Expences, Correspondence - Democratic National Committee - Kentucky Tour, 1951-1952

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Constituent Correspondence - Presidential Election, Suggestions, Etc., 1952

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Expences, Correspondence - Democratic National Committee, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence A-B, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence C-D, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence E-G, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence H-K, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence L-M, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence N-P, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence R-S, 1952

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Campaign, Presidential - Correspondence T-Z, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Correspondence, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Correspondence and Materials, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Letters to Mrs. Barkley, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Letters from Other Candidates, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence A, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence B, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence C, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence D-E, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence F-G, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence H-I, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence J-K, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence L, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence Mc-M, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence N-P, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence R, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence S, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence T-V, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Messages of Confidence W-Z, 1952

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Democratic National Convention - Messages - Unfavorable, Crank, or Unanswered Letters (folder A), 1952

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Democratic National Convention - Messages - Unfavorable, Crank, or Unanswered Letters (folder B), 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Requests for Buttons, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Requests for Speech, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Correspondence and Material Separated by Barkley, 1952

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Democratic National Convention; July 23, 1952 - Shannon, J.B. Article (1953), 1952

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Correspondence with Adlai E. Stevenson, 1952

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Correspondence, Invitations, Congratulations, Suggestions, Etc., 1953

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Correspondence Urging Reelection to the Senate (Prior to Barkley's Announcement to Run for Reelection), 1953

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Correspondence - Democratic National Committee, 1953

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material (A), 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material (B), 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material - John Sherman Cooper Voting Record, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material - John Sherman Cooper Voting Record - 83rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material - Speeches and Statements, 1954

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Correspondence - Campaign Support (Stevenson, Elrod), Taft-Hartley Act, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Itinerary, 1954

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Correspondence Concerning Reelection to the Senate Prior to Announcement to run A-I, 1954

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Correspondence Concerning Reelection to the Senate Prior to Announcement to run K-Z, 1954

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Notification and Declaration for U.S. Senator, Pre-Primary Election Expences, 1954

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Congressional Record of June 16, 1948 - page 8454-8557 - Tobacco Amendment, 1954

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Congressional Record, Senate - Speech - Cooper Praising Barkley - January 16, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material - Tobacco, Farm Issues (folder A), 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material - Tobacco, Farm Issues (folder B), 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material - Veterans Issues, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Agriculture - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Attack on Democrats and 15 Year Rule - Cooper, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Budget, Fiscal Policy and National Debt - Cooper, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - District of Columbia - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Education - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Federal Employees - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Foreign Policy - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Grain Allocation (Distilling) - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Health - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Highways - Federal Aid - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Housing - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Inflation and Controls - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Investigative Proceedures McCarthyism, Communists - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Miscellaneous - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - National Defene - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Mine Incentive Payments - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Labor - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Nominations - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Public Power, TVA and REA'S - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Reciprocal Trade - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Social Security - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Tidelands - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Congressional Record - Veterans - Cooper's Comments, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Materials - State Committee, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Materials - Democratic National Convention, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Campaign Material for Women's Club Meeting (and use thereafter), 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence - Doctor James Logan Delk, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Financial Reports, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Lists of County Chairmen and Committee Men, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Official Vote for Kentucky, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Temperance League, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence A-B, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence B-C, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence C, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence D-F, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence G, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence H, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence J-L, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence Mc-N, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence P-R, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence S, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Correspondence T-Z, 1954

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Campaign, Senate - Certificate of Election, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence A-B (folder A), 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence A-B (folder B), 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence C-D (folder A), 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence C-D (folder B), 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence E-F, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence G, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence H, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence I-K, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence L-Mc, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence M-O, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence P-R, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence S, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence T-V, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence W-Z, 1954

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Reelection - Congratulatory Correspondence - Senators and Gongressmen, 1954

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Correspondence - Form Letters, 1954

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Correspondence - Job Applications, 1954

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Democratic National Convention, 1954

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Campaign for Senate of 1954 - Correspondence, 1955

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Democratic National Convention - Correspondence, 1955

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Primary, Gubernatorial - Correspondence, 1955

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Reelection, Senate - Congratulatory Correspondence, 1955

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Election, Presidential of 1956 - Correspondence, 1955

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Correspondence, 1943-1948, 1943-1948

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Correspondence, 1951-1952, 1951-1952

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Correspondence, 1955, 1955

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Correspondence, 1956, 1956

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Campaign, Gubernatorial - January-June, 1955

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Campaign, Gubernatorial - August-November, 1955

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Campaign, Gubernatorial - Organizational Lists, 1955

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Primary, Gubernatorial - Earle Clements Speech, 1955

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early Legal Papers - Case Notes - A.E. Myles Re: Myles vs. Brower Case, 4 Pages, July 1900 - E.L. Matlock, W. Flint vs. W.F. Matlock, Contract, 28 August 1906 - M.H. Keeran, 23 July 1909 - H.L. Collier, February 1911, 1955

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Primary, Gubernatorial - Correspondence - Barkley Endorsement of Combs; Approval, 1955

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Primary, Gubernatorial - Correspondence - Barkley Endorsement of Combs; Disapproval, 1955

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Campaign, Gubernatorial - Speech Requests, 1955

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Correspondence - Invitations and Party Business, Stevenson Address, 1956

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Correspondence - Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1956

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National Democratic Convention - Correspondence - Requests for Tickets, 1956

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(publication) Republican Campaign Text-Book, 1916

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(publication) Republican Campaign Text-Book, 1932

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(publication) Campaign Handbook of the Republican Party Kentucky, 1919

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Book Kentucky, 1899

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Book Kentucky, 1903

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Hand-Book Kentucky, 1907

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Book Kentucky, 1915

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(publication) The Democratic Text Book, 1916

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(publication) Democratic Manual, 1918

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Book Kentucky, 1919

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(publication) Campaign Book of the Democratic Party Candidates and Issues, 1932

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(publication) A Campaign Guide to Political Publicity; published by Democratic National Committee

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(publication) Delegates and Alternates to the Democratic National Convention, 1932

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(publication) Democratic National Convention Manual, 1936

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(publication) Democratic Manual for the Democratic National Convention, 1944

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(publication) Democratic Manual for the Democratic National Convention, 1952

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(publication) Rules of the Democratic Party Adopted by the Democratic State Convention, 1916

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(publication) Rules of the Democratic Party Adopted by the Democratic State Convention, 1924

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(publication) Democratic Platform Adopted by the Democratic National Convention, 1924

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(publication) Platform Adopted by the Democratic National Convention, 1932

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(publication) The Systm of "Stealing" Party Nominations by League for Constitutional Government, 1932-1936

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Acceptance Address of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Address of Temporary Chairman Alben W. Barkley, Address of Permanent Chairman Joseph T. Robinson, Etc. Democratic National Convention, 1936

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(publication) Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties - Compiled by George D. Ellis / William Tyler Page, 1856-1920

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(publication) Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties - Compiled by George D. Ellis / William Tyler Page, 1856-1924

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(publication) Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties - Compiled by Leroy D. Brandon / South Trimble, 1856-1928

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(publication) Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties - Compiled by Leroy D. Brandon / South Trimble, 1932-1936

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(publication) Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties - Compiled by Leroy D. Brandon / South Trimble, 1932-1940

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(publication) Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties - Compiled by William Graf / South Trimble, 1932-1944

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(publication) Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties - Compiled by William Graf / Ralph R. Roberts, 1932-1948

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(publication) Who's Who Kentucky General Assembly, 1926

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(publication) Kentucky Court Calendar, 1940-1941

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(publication) Telephone Directory of Senators - Seventy Ninth Congress - First Session, 1945

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(publication) Telephone Directory of Senators - Eightieth Congress - Second Session, 1948

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(publication) Congressional Directory - Seventy Seventh Congress - Second Session, 1941

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(publication) Pocker Congressional Directory - Eighty Second Congress, 1951

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(publication) Pocker Congressional Directory - Eighty Fourth Congress, 1955

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(publication) Twenty Third Republican National Convention, Chicago, 1944

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(publication) The Democratic Text Book, 1920

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Book, 1922

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Book, 1924

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(publication) Democratic Book of Facts, 1926

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(publication) Everybody's Political P-R-I-M-E-R

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(publication) The Campaign Book of the Democratic Party, 1928

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(publication) Democratic Summary of Campaign Issues, 1930

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(publication) Campaign Book of the Democratic Party Candidates and Issues, 1932

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Handbook, 1940

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(publication) The Democratic Book, 1940

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(publication) Democratic Manual for the Democratic National Convention, 1940

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(publication) The Proceedings of the Democratic National Convention, 1940

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(publication) Campaign Issues…1946 Democratic National Committee, 1946

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(publication) Factual Campaign Information, 1940

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(publication) Factual Campaign Information, 1954

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(publication) Democratic Fact Book, 1954

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(publication) Democratic National Convention Telephone Directory and Guide, 1952

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(publication) Official Report of the Proceedings Democratic National Convention, 1924

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(publication) Official Report of the Proceedings Democratic National Convention, 1928

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(publication) Official Report of the Proceedings Democratic National Convention, 1936

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(publication) Official Report of the Proceedings Democratic National Convention, 1944

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(publication) Official Report of the Proceedings Democratic National Convention, 1948

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(publication) Democratic Campaign Handbook - General Election, 1943

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Several fliers advertising political speeches from early in Barkley's carerer and other related items.

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"Yea and Nay votes of Alben W. Barkley in the Senate of the United States December 5, 1927 to March 4, 1929."

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Copies of Barkley-Truman correspondence.

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Book commemorating Luftwaffe attacks on Britain during World War II; copy of North Atlantic Treaty.

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Assorted publicity photos, images, brochures and pamphlets related to Barkley.

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Young Democrats 1948 Campaign Book.

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Notebook containing information on assorted political issues.

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Correspondence between Barkley and Audel Hicks regarding Hicks' eligibility to serve in the Korean War. Correspondence between Hicks and UK Public Policy Archives regarding the donation of the letters.

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Folio containing assorted newspaper clippings and tabulation of the votes in Kentucky in 1932 elections.

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General files, 1900-1956

Early Legal Papers - Case Notes - A.E. Myles Re: Myles vs. Brower Case, 4 Pages, July 1900 - E.L. Matlock, W. Flint vs. W.F. Matlock, Contract, 28 August 1906 - M.H. Keeran, 23 July 1909 - H.L. Collier, February 1911, 1900-1911

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Barkley Address for a Deceased Member of Massac Lodge # 137, 1900-1911

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Daniel Boone Club Banquet, Program With A.W. Barkley; List of Stories - Appointments, Positions: P. Berry, H.C. Breckinridge; Re: Postmaster Position Depending on Woodrow Wilson Inauguration, Reference to A.W. Barkley Campaign 1912: J.R. Baker, W. Browder, W. Bridges, W.J. Colson, H.B. Champion, W. Dyer, C.F. Evans, S.L. Evans, J.A. Garner, J.R. Graham, G. Johnson, Th. A. Miller, J.R. Phillips, J.L. Parker, K. Rogers, B. Rappolee, F. Reid, T.C. Smith, W.M. Smith, P.T. Stayton, W.H. Taylor, W.N. Weldon, D.C. Wells, J.D. Weller, F. Wyatt, L.B. Wear, J.V. Ware, J.W. Young; West Point: C.S. Dupree; Internal Revenue Collectorship: J.T. Griffith; Kentucky Board of Control: Judge W.P. Lee; Prison Guard: W. Thomas - L.W. Arnett, Barkley Genealogy, New Jail - P. Berry Appointment, Illinois Central Railroad (ICRR) - Invitations: J.R. Burnley, Woodmen of the World Invitation; Mississippi River Levy Association Meeting, A.W. Barkley Attending as Delegate, Re: Flood…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Correspondence: Ms. M. Woodrow Wilson - Tribe of 'Roosters' Invitation to Participate in Highway Project - Department of Justice, Applications for Pardon, 1913

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Re: House of Representatives, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Secretary of State, Telegram - Letter to the Postmaster - Pending Legislation - Rural Credit for Farmers - Bankruptcy Law - Request for Department of Agriculture Bulletins - Invitation to Speak - Compensation Case, 1914

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Re: Pension Claims - Appointments, Colonel Watterson, J.O. Cox - Announcement of Woodrow Wilson's Marriage - R.E. Johnston - Vacancy on the Law Committee - Marvin College Reunion - Jersey Camp, Woodmen of the World, Life Insurance Association, 1915

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A to G - Correspondence: D. Breckinridge, J.C. Cantrill, Re: Woman Suffrage Amendment, Year of Presidential Election - Paducah Banking Company, J. Fort Abell - J. Rosenwald, West Kentucky Industrial College - Appointments, Positions: W.E. Aton; J.O. Cox, W.H. Farley, A.T.E. Brown, H.C. Cross - H.W. Arant, Emory University, Lamar School of Law - W.C. Adamson Re: Legislation to Avert a Strike, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Rev. J.W. Bell Request for Contributions - Engagement Agency, The Redpath Bureau - Reelection to Congress, H.L. Bennett - Parole Case Blagg - Jersey Camp, Woodmen of the World, Life Insurance Association - Thomas Jefferson Banquet - H.C. Cross Promotion, Benton Tribune Democrat; Letter to the Governor of Kentucky, A.O. Stanley - Delta Tau Delta Fraternity Party, Washington, D.C. - W.H. Farley; Owensboro Inquirer, Judge S.W. Hager, Governor Stanley - Odd Fellows Association Picnic - Democratic Convention in Lexington, KY…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - H to Q - Appointments: Sen. S.R. Glenn, J. Graham, N.L. Gregory, H.V. Hill, etc. - Correspondence: Personal Extended Excuse Re: Missing a Meeting to State Council Trustee of United American Mechanics; Ship Purchasing Bill; Democratic Committee, R.C. Gore; Speech Engagements Agency; Commencement Address - Telegrams: The News Democrat; Oddfellow Club, Major H.S. Hale; E.O. Lovett, B.F. Gabby (Folder B), 1916

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Miscellaneous and Personal - R to Z - Appointments, Positions: W. Thomas; E.E. Reed; Ex-Senator Taylor; W.B. Kennedy; H. C. Cross, F.M. Smith; J.B. Tomlinson; H. Carr, W. Thomas, E.E. Reed, etc. - Correspondence: Iroquois Club Invitation, W. Rothman, Chicago, IL - F.G. Stevenson Re: Paducah High School Award Presentation - W.B. Haldeman, Democratic National Member, 1884-90, 1918-20, Re: Appointment to State Finance Committee, Preference of Wealthy Farmer or Banker from 1st District, J.C. Utterback - E.E. Reed Appointment, Senator James, Senator Hollis - Blandville Homecoming Invitation - B.F. Stamps and Constituents Against War in Europe, Support of Gore Resolution, Re: Presidential Power to Participate in International Negotiations, World War I, Foreign Affairs; Need for Congress to Stand by the President at a Time of Grave International Crisis; Admonishment of the Legislative Branch - St. Louis Star, Barkley Biographical Sketch, 9 March 1916 - Letters by the Governor of Kentucky, A.O…

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Legislation - Barkley Misbranding Bill, H.R. 3666 - Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Correspondence: Department of Agriculture, Amendment, 1916

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A to L - Appointments: W.J. Beal; etc. - Correspondence: Jersey Camp, Woodmen of the World, Life Insurance Association; Head Camp, Law Committee, W.V. Gregory; H.S. Brown; Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA); Anti-Saloon-League; W.A. Fraser, National Encampment of the Uniform Rank, Woodmen of the World, Head Consul, A.W. Barkley Certificate; Head Consul, Judge W.V. Gregory; B. Gardner; O.E. Lovett; Odd Fellows Meeting; etc. - Telegrams: J.C. Duffy, E.H. Gardner; H.J. Lamkin Re: Speech, World Peace (Folder A), 1917

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Miscellaneous and Personal - M to Z - Appointments: R.W. McKinney; L.D. Threlkeld; C.M. Talcott; etc. - Correspondence: J.G. Miller, R.L. Page, W.M. Reeder, E.J. Reiss, H.F. Simrall, W.E. Wooton, Head Camp Proceedings, Woodmen of the World; C.E. Rice, J.C. Utterback, City National Bank; Union Central Life Insurance; C.H. Sherrill; R.E. Jaggers, Kentucky Illiteracy Commission; Ms. M. Woodrow Wilson Recital; W. Thomas, Governor Stanley; M.M. Williams, Crisis With Germany; etc. - Telegrams: Head Camp Convention; L. Rubel, A. Loeb; E.C. Rice; R.T. Wells (Folder B), 1917

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Battlefield of Europe - Congressional Trip - Clipping, Diaries, Notes, Photographs (Folder A), 1918

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Battlefield of Europe - Congressional Trip - Official Papers, Passport, Permits (Folder B), 1918

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Jersey Camp No. 10, Woodmen of the World - J.F. Beatty Re: Victory in West Moreland County - Re: Victory in McCracken County - Contribution for the Red Cross - Invitation Atlantic City Lodge of Elks - YMCA Subscription - Letter to the Governor Re: a Pardon - Speech at Odd Fellow's Association - Massack Lodge - Woodmen of the World Re: Child Insurance Law, Signing of the Bill - Income Tax Payment - Speech at the Laymen's Association - Red Cross Speech July 4th - The City National Bank, J.C. Utterback - National Educational Prohibition Campaign Re: Education as to the Effect of Prohibition - Disasters - Appointments - Commencements, 1918

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Service Cases, A through I - War Risk Insurance - Re: Compensation (Folder A), 1918

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Service Cases, J through Z - War Risk Insurance - Re: Compensation (Folder B), 1918

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Temperance - Correspondence - G.W. Crabbe, National Anti-Saloon-League - Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) - W.E. Lampe, Cooperative Temperance Committee - G. Steunenberg Poem - Westmoreland County Temperance Federation - The National Dry Federation, 1918

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Legislation - Railroad - Esch-Cummins Transportation Act - Illinois Central Railroad Company - Association of Railway Executives Re: Interstate Commerce Committee (ICC) - R.K. Lewis, Endorsing the Plum Plan - C.R. Long Proposing Amendments to Section 417 of the Railroad Bill - E.C. Hawkins, Cummins Bill unlike Railroad Bill - Elk Horn Coal Corporation - International Association of Machinists - Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers - Shipcarpenters, Joiners, and Caulkers Re: Support in the Defeat of the Cummins Bill - First National Bank Re: the Miners - U.S. Railroad Administration, Colonel A.H. Egan - Order of Sleeping Car Conductors - Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen - United Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employee and Shop Laborers - Brotherhood of Railway Carmen - Railway Station Agents - Attorneys, 1919

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Miscellaneous and Personal, A through K - Appointments - Commencements - Jersey Camp No. 10, Woodmen of the World; W.D. Brown, Head Camp, Committee for Mileage and Per Diem Expenses - M.M.D. Breckinridge Re: Suffrage Plank in the Democratic Platform, Kentucky Equal Rights Association - Woman's Christian Temperance Union - U.S. Post Office, Postmaster, J. Ely Re: The Tribune Democrat - Kentucky Sunday School Association Re: War Time Prohibition Bill - Th.E. Kennedy, Oil Proposition - Clipping, Right to Vote, Freedom of Speech - Income Tax Statement - Good Roads Committee of Graves County, KY - Clipping Re: Meridian Highway - Invitations (Folder A), 1919

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Miscellaneous and Personal, L through Z - Appointments, Letters of Recommendation - Commencements - Head Camp, Woodmen of the World, Committee on Credentials, Head Camp Meeting, Committee on Mileage and Per Diem Expenses - Cooperative Temperance Committee, W.E. Lampe - House of Representatives, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Application for License and Tags from the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles in Frankfort, Kentucky - Invitations - Claim against Mr. Davis, Rice Furniture Company - Dry Maintenance League - Woman Suffrage Association - Kentucky Equal Rights Association - Pennsylvania Anti-Saloon League - Barkley Correspondence With J.W. Spence, 7 Pages, Mentions Trip to Europe - Dry Campaign Committee (Folder B), 1919

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Service Cases, A through G - War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government (Folder A), 1919

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Service Cases, H through Z - War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government (Folder B), 1919

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - Subjects Suggested by A.W. Barkley: America and World Democracy; Western Front; American Business; Moral Fiber of a Nation - Campaign of Publicity, 1919

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Legislation - Railroad - Esch-Cummins Transportation Act - Congressional Record Re: Esch Legislation - Correspondence - L&N Railroad Re: Unworkable Provisions in the Amendment to the Cummins Bill - City National Bank, J.C. Utterback, Opposing the Proposed Bills, Suggestions, 1920

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through Z - Barkley Genealogy - D. Breckinridge Re: Sims Bill - D. Breckinridge Re: Ratification by the KY Legislature of the Federal Amendment - Anti-Saloon-League - Woodmen of the World Re: the Two Political Parties - No-Tobacco League, Fact Sheet - Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Address, KY - J.C. Utterback, Attorney of A.W. Barkley - Woodmen of the World Re: Raise in the Policies, Fraternal Insurance Companies - West Kentucky Press Association, Itinerary, A.W. Barkley on Domestic and Foreign Relations - E.C. Phelps Re: National Democratic Convention and 'Peace by Resolution' Speech and Reference to the Republican Congress - KY Equal Rights Association, 1920

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Service Cases, A through C - War Risk Insurance - Treasury Department, Bureau of War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government - Correspondence of A.W. Barkley, House of Representatives, With the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance (Folder A), 1920

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Service Cases, D through Z - War Risk Insurance - Treasury Department, Bureau of War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government (Folder B), 1920

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Invitations - American Consular Service, Booklet Re: Jamaica - H.R. 7043, Migratory Bird Law, Tennessee, Kentucky - Woodmen of the World, Reinstatement - Receipts from Berlin, Germany - Nomination for the University Club in Washington, D.C. - R.T. Wells, State Tax Commission of Kentucky - Appointments - Discharge from the Military, 1921

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Service Cases, A through B - War Risk Insurance - Treasury Department, Bureau of War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government - Correspondence of A.W. Barkley, House of Representatives, With the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance (Folder A), 1921

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Service Cases, C - War Risk Insurance - Treasury Department, Bureau of War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government - Correspondence of A.W. Barkley, House of Representatives, With the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance (Folder B), 1921

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Service Cases, D through K - War Risk Insurance - Treasury Department, Bureau of War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government - Correspondence of A.W. Barkley, House of Representatives, With the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance (Folder C), 1921

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Service Cases, L through R - War Risk Insurance - Treasury Department, Bureau of War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government - Correspondence of A.W. Barkley, House of Representatives, With the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance (Folder D), 1921

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Service Cases, S through Z - War Risk Insurance - Treasury Department, Bureau of War Risk Insurance - Re: Allotments, Claims, Compensation, Purchase from the Government - Correspondence of A.W. Barkley, House of Representatives, With the Director of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance (Folder E), 1921

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Veterans Cases - A through Z - Pensions, 1921

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Appointments - Academics, 1922

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Legislation - Railroad - Legislation Providing Mileage Books - Provisions of the Transportation Act, Hearings on Rates, 6% Provision - Supervision by Interstate Commerce Commission - President L&N Railroad Re: Financial Stability, Prosperity, 1922

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through Z - Invitations - Normal School, Clinton, KY -Muscle Shoals Project, Government Nitrate Plant, Tennessee River, Henry Ford - Odd Fellows Club - German Imports of Leaf Tobacco; American Consulate General in Berlin; Tobacco Trading Corporation, Louisville; Export - Responsibilities of the Editor of the News-Democrat, Paducah, KY - Production and Transportation of Coal, Government Interference, Coal Strike, 1922

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Oil Business - January through March - List of Stockholders of the Burton Fork Oil Company; Barkley Family With 92 Stocks - Statement of Runs and Returns on Wells, 1919 to 1921 - Oil Leases of Land in KY - Drilling of New Wells - Payments Received, 1922

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Oil Business - April through June - Deeds of Conveyance, Wells Ponders Heirs Royalty; Royalty Interest - Loans - Oil and Gas Lease, Oklahoma - Investment in the League Oil Company - More Drilling - Kentucky Oil Royalty Syndicate, Quarterly Distributions - $60,000 Syndicate With A.W. Barkley as Trustee, 1922

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Oil Business - July through December - List of Certificates Issued by A.W. Barkley - Investments in South and North 40 Acres in Oklahoma, Drilling Costs, Loss; Statement Re: a Failing Congress - Lack of Payments for an Oil Run, Bringing Suit Against Indian Refining Company - Defeat of Knight in Run for Governor of Ohio - Reference to Article in Stanford Interior Journal Re: Barkley Leading - Re: Cantrill for Governor; C.J. Sipple Nominating Barkley for Governor, 1922

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Service Cases - Discharge, 1922

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Veterans Cases - A through D (Folder A), 1922

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Veterans Cases - E through J (Folder B), 1922

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Veterans Cases - K through P (Folder C), 1922

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Veterans Cases - R through S (Folder D), 1922

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Veterans Cases - T through Z (Folder E), 1922

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Veterans Bureau - United States Veterans Bureau, Decentralization of the Cases - Section 408, War Risk Insurance Act, 1922-1923

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Appointments - West Point, Military and Naval Academies, 1923

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through Z - Appointments - Invitations - Governor Fields Re: Reappointment of Members of the State Board - The News-Democrat Re: Barkley's Speeches for Fields - Re: Mellon Plan, Reduction of Federal Taxes - Letters from Governor Fields, 1923

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Oil Business - January through June - List of Production of Crude Petroleum in Kentucky in November 1923 - Kentucky Oil Royalty Syndicate - Selection of an Advisory Committee - Proposal of a New Corporation - Lee County Oil Syndicate - List of Stockholders - Syndicating 300 Acres - General W.H. Sears - O.S. Allen, Topeka, Kansas Re: $100,000 for Investment (Folder A), 1923

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Oil Business - July through December - General W.H. Sears Circular to the Stockholders of Burton Fork Oil Company Re: Royalty Paying 5% Per Quarter; Senator C. Curtis on the Low Price of Crude Oil - Colonel C.J. Sipple - Honorable A.B. Rouse, Chairman, Democratic National Congressional Committee - Consolidation Plans - Looking for Development of the Properties and Loans - Upset between Col. Sipple and Gen. Sears - Drilling Postponed until Oil Prices Increase - Depression in Oil Prices, $ 1.50 Per Barrel (Folder B), 1923

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Oil Business - Statements of Accounts - C.J. Sipple - Leeland Oil Company, 1923

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Oil Business - Stock Transfers to Corporation Trust Company of America, Wilmington, Delaware - A through Z - Leeland Oil Company - Oil Proposition, Magoffin Oil Royalty Syndicate - Burton Fork Oil Company in Magoffin County, KY - W.H. Sears Selling Stocks at $200-$400 Per Share - Lee County Oil Syndicate, D.H. Kincheloe, House of Representatives - Resolution by the Board of Directors - Huntington Oil Royalty Syndicate, $3.00 Per Barrel, 1923

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Service Cases - Discharge, 1923

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Veterans Cases - A through M, 1923

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Veterans Cases - N through T, 1923

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Veterans Cases - U through Z, 1923

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Appointments - West Point, Military and Naval Academies, 1924

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Legislation - Northern Pacific Railway - Northern Pacific Land Grant - President Coolidge - House Committee on Public Lands, 1924

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Legislation - Railroad - Barkley-Howell Bill - Amendment to the Transportation Act of 1920 - S. 2646, Arbitration of Disputes Between Carriers and Employees - Howell-Barkley Railway Labor Act - H.R. 7358 Amendment - Editor, Courier Journal, Legislation Since 1888 - J.H. Scales, Esch Bill, Howell-Barkley Bill - Labor Organization Endorsing Railway Labor Act, S.E. Winslow, Chairman, House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - New York Board of Trade and Transportation Opposes Bill - Voting List Issued by Railway Business Association - The Shop Employees Association Bulletin, Re: American Federation of Labor (AFL) and Passage of the Bill - U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington D.C., Bulletin, Re: Opposition to the Bill (Folder A), 1924

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Legislation - Railroad - Barkley-Howell Bill - Railroad Legislation Speech by E. Sanders, Congressional Record - List of Proponents of the Bill - Philadelphia Bourse Opposes Bill - Statements, D.B. Robertson, D.R. Richberg Before Committee on Interstate Commerce - List of Republicans and Democrats Opposing the Bill - National Legislative and Information Bureau, "The 'Expense' Objection to the Howell-Barkley Bill", Bill Establishes Less Expensive Machinery for Settling Railway Labor Disputes - Clipping Re: Cummins-Esch Bill - Brochure, "Summary of Testimony for and Against Howell-Barkley Bill - Pamphlet, "Digest of the Railway Labor Act" - The New Republic, "Hands off the Investigations" - W.J. Lauck Re: Railroad Revenues and Expenses - Fact Sheet - People's Legislative Service, "Railroad Propaganda" (Folder B), 1924

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Legislation - Railroad - S. 862, Pullman Surcharge, Hearings, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce Amending Section 1 of the Interstate Commerce Act - Congressional Record, H.B. Hawes, "Brief Historical Development of the Present Railroad Situation" - H. J. Res. 141, Adjustments in the Rate Structure of Common Carriers - S. Blumberg, "The Mileage Book" - H.R. 527, To Prohibit the Collection of a Surcharge - List of Pertaining Bills - Speech and Notes - Railway Age, "Readjusting Rates According to Prices", "Prices and Freight Rates", 1924

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Legislation - Taxes - Statement, Taxpayer, 3 Pages, Re: H.R. 4832, Stengle Bill and Secretary Mellon, 1924

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through Z - Appointments, Positions - Letters by Governor Fields - Re-Election as Congressman, Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, American Federation of Labor (AFL), Brotherhood of Firemen and Oilers, International Association of Machinists - List of Postmasters of Graves County, Kentucky - Situation at the Hickory Post Office - Pamphlet, U.S. Civil Service Commission, Information Re: Postmaster Positions Filled through Nomination, 1924

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Oil Business - Leeland Oil Company - Franklin National Bank Account Book - Correspondence C.J. Sipple, W.H. Sears, A.B. Rouse - Statement of Leeland Oil Company Oil Sold in 1923 - A.B. Rouse Report on Finances of Leeland Oil Company - C.J. Sipple Resignation as Director and General Manager, 1924

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Veterans Cases - A through K, 1924

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Veterans Cases - L through Z, 1924

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Appointments - West Point, Military and Naval Academies, 1925

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Appointments, Positions - Claims - Bryan Memorial - Senatorship in 1926 - American Legion of Kentucky, Legislative Proposals, Special Bulletin, 9 Pages - Southern Textile Machinery Company, Import / Export Questions, 1925

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Oil Business - Leeland Oil Company - Correspondence, C.J. Sipple, W.G. McAdoo, A.B. Rouse, A.W. Barkley, J.T. Bowser, S.A. Kendall, A.H. Warner, M.F. Smallwood - 1925 Taxes, Tax Receipt for Royalties over $ 8,500 - Litigation, Kentucky Glycerin Company, 1925

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Veterans Cases, 1925

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Appointments - West Point, Military and Naval Academies, 1926

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Legislation - Agriculture - B.F. Yoakum, "A Letter to a Farmer" Re: Curtis-Aswell Bill, McNary-Haugen Bill - B.F. Yoakum, "A Letter to Secretary Mellon on Farm Legislation", Commodities: Cotton, Butter, Wheat, Corn, Swine - Speech, M. Jacobstein, "Constructive Criticism of Farm Relief Bills", "The Farm Problem" - H.R. 7893, Amendment to Create a Division of Cooperative Marketing in the Department of Agriculture - Congressional Record, Speech, P.E. Quin, "Reduction of Taxes" - Congressional Record, Extended Remarks, C. Hull, "Agricultural Problems and Remedies - Shall the Remedies Be Sound or Unsound ?" - Congressional Record, P. 9680, Amendment by A.W. Barkley, 1926

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Legislation - Bridges - Tri-State Bridges, Re: Opposition to Appropriations for Federal Projects - S. 927, To Extend the Time for Construction of Bridges over the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers - Report to Accompany S. 927 - H.R. 11668, Bridge Construction - Big Sandy Bridge Bill - Bevy Bill - Statement, Steubenville and Pittsburgh Bridge Company, Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 7 Pages - H.R. 11646, 1926

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Appointments, Positions - Invitations - Anti-Saloon League - American Cotton Growers Exchange Re: Cotton Surplus, McNary-Haugen Bill - Barkley Family Reunion, North Carolina - S. 705, H.R. 6738, Officers Serving in the Philippines - Electricity in Rural Districts Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario - H.R. 424 Re: Mussel Shell Beds in the Ohio River - Campaign for Senate Race - Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, District Meeting - Capital Stock Tax vs. Corporation Stock Tax - Telegram Re: Racing Commission of Kentucky - Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) Re: Support, The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America, 1926

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Oil Business - Leeland Oil Company - Correspondence, C.J. Sipple, M.F. Smallwood, A.B. Rouse, W.G. McAdoo, A.W. Barkley - C.M. Lykins Re: Sale of Property Connected to Leland Oil Company, Statement of the Value of the Property Differs from that of the Pipe Line Company - Committee on Ways and Means, H.J. Bixler Re: Pipe Line Company, 1926

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Veterans Cases, 1926

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Appointments - West Point, Military and Naval Academies, 1927

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Legislation - Bridges - H.R. 7034, Re: Bridge Across Cumberland River - W.V. Gregory Re: Introduction of Bill for Bridge Across Mississippi River at Hickman, House Bill 7921 - Reference Bill H.R. 473, Ashland Bridge Company - Clippings Re: Combined Railway-Vehicular Bridge over the Ohio River, Maysville Bridge Company - H.R. 16888, Bridge Over Ohio River - Report Accompanying H.R. 16888 - Paducah Bridge Bill, 1927

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Legislation - Requests for Support - S. 16647, S. 5579, S. 3027 Re: Disabled Veterans - Christian County Farm Bureau, Resolutions, McNary-Haugen Bill - Tax Plan - Immigration Bill - Mussel Shoals, Mississippi - War Tax on Automobiles - General Hospital Bill, House Bill 17157, Disabled Veterans - H.R. 48, Marker in Memory of the Battle of Perryville - Medicinal Whiskey Bill Opposition - Radio Legislation - National Platinum Act, H.R. 16545 - H.R. 1, Amendment Re: Revenue Taxation Bill - Clipping, Senator Brockhart - Pension Bill for Civil War Veterans, Widows - Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, Resolutions - Senate Finance Committee, Revenue Act - Federal Cosmetic Act - Interstate Commerce Commission, Export Rates on Steel - Arbitration Between France and U.S. - Support Reduction in Immigration, Immigration Act - Maysville Bridge Construction - Education Bill - Legislation on the Coal Industry, The Emergency Fuel Act of 1927 - Automotive Equipment Association, Resolutions…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Pamphlet, W.E. Coleman, "Patents and How to Obtain Them-A Book for Inventors" - Request for Autograph - Invitations - Flood Control Committee, Mississippi River, Bridge Damage, Perry County, Kentucky River - F.J. Haskin, The American Government, Book - Immigration Act of 1924; E.R. Lewis, America: Nation or Confusion, Book - Order of Shares of Texas Land Trust - Chamber of Commerce of Panama, Welcome Speech, 3 Pages - Ways and Means Committee, Request for the Introduction of a New Tax Law, Revenue Act of 1924, 1927

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Oil Business - Leeland Oil Company - Correspondence Re: Kentucky Oil Royalty Syndicate , Dissolution of Trusteeship, Sale of Property - H.B. Sipple, C.H. Enderlin, H.J. Bixler, 1927

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Requests - Editorial, Positions, Government Publications, Information Re: Patent Laws, Autographs, Invitations, 1927

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Veterans Cases, 1927

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Appointments - West Point, Military and Naval Academies, 1928

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Legislation - Bridges - Pamphlet, Forms for Bridge Bills - Approved by the Two Commerce Committees - S. 4059, Bridge Across Tennessee River Near Clarks River - Opposition to Ohio River Bridge - Bridge Bill for Ashland, KY - Congressman Robsion, H.R. 13203, H.R. 13206, Bridges Across North and South Fork of the Cumberland River, S. 4288, S. 4294 - Pulaski County, Fact Sheet - S. 1407, Paducah, Bridge Across Cumberland River - Toll Bridge Across Mississippi River Near Columbus - Chain Bridge Between Washington, D.C. and Virginia - S. 3837, Bridge Across Ohio River Near Henderson - Bridge Across Mississippi River at Hickman, H.R. 7921 - Bridge Across Ohio River at Maysville - Clippings Re: Combined Bridge at Maysville - Shawneetown Bridge Bill, 1928

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Legislation - Requests for Support - A through K - H.R. 10051 Re: Increase in Pension - Federal Vocational Act - Senator Bruce, Revenue Act of 1926, Excise Taxes, H.R. 1, Statements Re: Alternative Amendments to H.R.1 - Cumberland Falls - S. 2506, To Amend Packers and Stockyards Act of 1921 - Hickman Bridge Bill - H.R. 10286, Appropriations Bill on the Recommendations of Army Engineers - H.R. 88/89, Kelly Postal Policy Bill; H.R. 25, Lehlbach Bill - S. 777, Tyson Retirement Bill - S. 1986, H.R. 6077, Re: Non-Commissioned Officers, Senator Tyson - S. 7031, H.R. 9201, Re: Funds for Vocational Education - Memorial Fund Committee, Heroic American Women in the World War - Opposition Against Naval Building Plan - S. 1727, Retirement Bill - Capper-Ketcham Bill, Amendment of the General Federation of Women's Club - S. 1731 Re: Funds for Vocational Education - Bridge Bill for Mississippi at Hickman - Norbeck-Capper Amendment to Section 5219 U.S. Revised Statutes that Alter the Provision of…

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Legislation - Requests for Support - L through Z - H.R. 7759, La Guardia Bill - S. 1731, Federal Vocational Education Act - Thatcher Appropriation Bill, Amendment Re: National Library for the Blind Funds, American Printing House, Textbooks - House Bill H.R. 5940, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce - S. 1667, Brookhart Bill - Veterans of Foreign Wars, Resolutions in Support of Specific Legislation - Welch Bill, H.R. 6518 - S. 105, Support by Mine Workers of America - H.R. 18016, Re: Osteopathic Examiners - S. 1727, Dale Retirement Bill - Federal Tax Bill, Section 141; H.R. 473, Vinson Bill, Ashland Bridge Bill - Correspondence Re: Introduction of a Bill to Increase Spanish War Veteran Pensions - S. 717, S. 3574, Re: Transportation of Coal, etc., Ports, Deportation of Alien Seamen, Memorandum Re: S. 3574 - S. 1940, Cooper-Hawes Bill, Support by City Firemen's Union - S. 2318 - Legalization of Amateur Boxing - Flood Control Policy Committee, Statement, F.R. Reid, Map of Area…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through O - Pamphlet, Library of Congress, Rules and Practice Governing the Use and Issue of Books - Invitations - Appointments, Positions - Annual Report of the Tariff Commission, FY 1927 - Immigration Case E. Bower, Senator McKellar, Department of Labor, State Department, Lumberman Ritter - J.J. Esch Confirmation as Member of the Interstate Commerce Commission - Revenue Bill, Robinson Amendment - Immigration Case Humbert - Statement B. Gardner, 4 Pages, Senator P. Harrison, Democratic National Campaign Headquarters, Re: Elections, Campaigning - Article, T.K. Vogler, Christianity and War Never Can be Reconciled - Cumberland River, Eddyville, KY - Prospectus of the Ore Property in Southern Kentucky, Chemical Analysis, Map of Bauer Cooperage Company Property, Statement, 8 Pages - Support of President Machado of Cuba, Trip to New York as Member of the Campaign Investigation Committee, Subcommittee on Foreign Relations - Disabled American Veterans, Clipping…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - P through Z - Invitations - Appointments, Positions - War Department, Stockton Case - Parole Case - Confirmation of J.J. Esch - Fred M. Vinson Re: O'Connor - List of U.S. Government Publications - Clipping, Bridges are Authorized, Bridge Bills - Welsh / Welch Bill Re: Increase in Pay for Government Employees - Kentucky Democratic Women's Club Re: First Issue of Journal - Investigation of Gas Rates in Lima, Ohio, Stock Ownership, Senator Morris, 1928

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Oil Business - Leeland Oil Company - Correspondence, O. Heidingsfeld, A.B. Rouse, C.J. Sipple, A.W. Barkley, 1928

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Requests - Speeches Re: Latin American Republics - Government Publications - Information Re: French Mandate in Syria - Agricultural Yearbook 1926 - Congressional Record - Information Re: McNary-Haugen Bill, Farm Relief Bill, 1928

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Veterans Cases, 1928

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Legislation - Bridges - S. 5630, Ohio River Bridge Near Carrollton, KY - Application for Approval of Plans of a Bridge - Augusta Bridge Bill, Ohio River Bridge at Augusta, KY - Telegrams, D.M. Barkley Re: Information on a Number of Different Bridge Bills - Clipping, Ohio River Bridge Near Carrollton, KY - Mississippi River Bridge at Columbus - S. 5511, Senator Watson; H.R. 16565, Congressman Gardner; Hawesville-Cannelton Bridge; Ohio River Bridge Near Hawesville and Cannelton; Resolutions; Sections 2 through 8 of Hawesville-Cannelton Bridge Company Act - Ohio River Bridge at Maysville, KY; Senator Sackett, Vinson Bill, S. 5585 - Dennison Bill - Bridge Extension Bill - Kentucky Bridge Bonds by State Highway Commission - Kentucky River Bridge, 1929

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through Z - Appointment, Positions - Invitations - Brochure, George Washington Memorial - Sewer Commission, Louisville, KY, Dixie Highway - Ayers Case - Senator Cousins' Children's Fund of Michigan, Education - C.W. Chase, Sr. Re: Legislation Concerning American Ports and Establishing Foreign Trade Zones for Handling of Foreign Goods and Shipping to Foreign Destinations - F.H. Callahan Re: Merging of Industrial Enterprises, Callahan Lists to Send Mailings to, 6,500 Names Total - Judge J.A. Diskin Permit, Immigration - B. Johnson, State Highway Department, Request for Courtesy of the Port - Brochure, Union College, Barbourville, KY, Fund Raising - Application Before the Department of Commerce for Testing a Newly Manufactured Aeroplane Motor, Arthur Chevrolet Aviation Motor Corporation - Flood Control, Dams along the Ohio River, Chief of Engineers, War Department - Proposal to Create a New Federal Judicial District in Kentucky, J.M. Gilbert - Article, M…

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Owensboro Rockport Bridge Company - Application for the Construction of a Railway Line - Clipping, The Messenger, U.S. Senators to Urge Action on Ohio River Span - Interstate Commerce Commission, Finance Docket No. 7235 - Motion by Commissioner Hale, Resolution - Reference to A.W. Barkley Statement in Support of the Project, 1929

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Owensboro Rockport Bridge Company - Interstate Commerce Commission - Finance Docket No. 7235, 51 Pages, Blueprint for Proposed Railroad Between Rockport and Owensboro, 1929

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Report of Proposed Railroad and Combined Rail and Highway Bridge for Owensboro Rockport Bridge Company, 188 Pages Including 5 Maps, 1929

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Oil Business - Leeland Oil Company - Correspondence, D.H. Kincheloe, A.B. Rouse, A.W. Barkley, C.J. Sipple, S.A. Kendall - Erlanger and Franklin Notes With the Franklin National Bank - Letter of 2 June 1939 Re: Declining Income on Certificates Since the Time C.J. Sipple Organized the Kentucky Oil Royalty Syndicate; $1,200 to $1,800 per Year Per Group of Certificate Holders - Letter of 14 September 1950 Re: Complete Failure of Leeland Oil Corporation, No Longer in Existence [Corporate Records Kept Separately, 3 Books], 1930-1950

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Interparliamentary Union (IPU) Re: London Conference of 1930 at which A.W. Barkley Participated - Request for Subscription, 1930

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Legislation - Bridges - Anderson County Chamber of Commerce Resolution Re: Kentucky River Bridge Bill Near Tyrone, Kentucky - J.L. Donaldson Re: Bill Authorizing the Grouping of Bridges for Financing Purposes, State Highway Department - Clipping Re: Kentucky River Bridge Bill - Henderson Bridge Bill - S. 4215, Ohio River Bridge Bill Near Henderson, KY - Resolution by the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Re: Henderson Bridge - Hawesville-Cannelton Bridge Bill, H.R. 16565, H.R. 10258 - Maysville Bridge Bill - S. 4269, Bridge Bill Introduced by A.W. Barkley, Passed by Senate, 1930

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Legislation - Unemployment - Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Commerce on S. 3059 Re: Construction of Public Works for the Stabilization of Industry, S. 3060 Re: Establishment of a National Employment System, S. 3061Re: an Act to Create a Department of Labor - Hearings Before the Committee on the Judiciary on S. 3059, S. 3060, H.R. 8374, H.R. 8655, H.R. 9560, H.R. 11414, H.R. 12550, H.R. 12551, 1930

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Legislation - Bridges - Bill, S. 5845, Re: Railroad Bridge Across Ohio River Near Cincinnati, Kentucky-Ohio Terminal Company - Clippings on the Political Situation Re: Hoover Election, Governor Smith Campaign Speech, Questions for the Kentucky Democratic Committee, 1931

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Miscellaneous and Personal - W.G. McAdoo Re: Statement in Congressional Record, Consideration for Workers, Democratic Party Issues, State Election Kentucky - Governor Murray, Oklahoma; Wheat and Cotton Holdings, Farm Board; Passing of a Senate Resolution Re: Deliverance of Such Information by the Farm Board, Price Control Issue; Governor Sampson, Kentucky - Northwestern University, School of Commerce, Vawter Lecture, Addition to Page 88; November 1931; Redpath and Vawter, Chautauqua Platform - Department of Commerce, Louisville Annual Report, 4 Pages - Telegram, H. Hoover Re: Barkley's Automobile Accident - Invitations: Lone Oak High School, National Association of Credit Men - K. McKellar, Committee on Appropriations, Re: Wolf and Nonoonnah Rivers Requesting a Letter of Support - Abraham Lincoln Conference, Invitation by F.D. Sampson, Governor of Kentucky; Speech, If Abraham Lincoln Were Alive Today - National League of Commission Merchants Invitation, 1931

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Thomas Brady Speaker's Bureau - Engagement Agency - List of Available Speakers Including A.W. Barkley, 1931

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Barkley, A. W. - Death of Father - July 1932 - Letters in Support of the Federal and State Elections - Citizens Bank L.O. Bradford Re: Depression, Silver, Abolishment of the Interstate Commerce Commission to Help the Railroad, Prohibition, Tax on Alcohol, Abolishment of the Farm Board to Ensure Stabilization of the Prices, Price Control, Control of Government Expenditure on Unnecessary Employees - Campaign for Reelection, Pendennis Club - Support of the 18th Amendment on Prohibition - Campaign for Reelection in Kentucky, W.O. Shankle, Support not Needed as Victory Is Certain; November Election, Presidential Election, 1932

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Legislation - Bridges - Passage of the Owensboro and Cairo Bridge Bills - Owensboro Bridge Bill, H.R. 10982; Cairo Bridge Bill, H.R. 11417 - Maysville Bridge Toll, Chief of Engineers - Owensboro Bridge, S. 4635 - Amendment to the Agricultural Appropriation Bill, Kentucky Bridge Program, 1932

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Veterans Administration (VA), Robert Barkley, Revolutionary War, Genealogy - Invitation, Dedication of the Carillon - Mrs. Conner, Free Mail Delivery in Bardstown; Bill; American Flag form the Capitol - Memorandum for S. 1357 - World Economic Conference, Establishment of an International Uniform Coinage System, 4 Pages - Legion Theatre Company, Re: Competition Between Warner Brothers and Others - Reopening of the Henderson Cotton Mill - War Memorial Address - River and Rail Terminal at Paducah, KY ; Roosevelt's Victory Expected - Kentucky Pioneer Memorial Association Invitation - Governor Laffoon Re: Kentucky's Application to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to Provide Funds for Underprivileged and Unemployed, Unemployment - W.G. McAdoo Re: Becoming Senator for California - McCracken County Democratic Campaign Committee Headquarters Invitation - Th. E. Peters, Unemployment, Regulation of Work Hours, Support of 8-Hour-Day, 1932

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Appointments, Positions - Committee on Finance, A. W. Barkley - Secretary of War Invitation to Covington, KY - Car/Automobile Insurance, Laura Barkley, 1933

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Request for Photograph - E.C. Winston Letter of Resignation, U.S. Civil Service Commission - Application for Position - Homer Cummings Address on Education, Science, and the New Deal, 1934

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence - 14 November 1934, 1934

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Legislation - Statement, Possamaquoddy Project, Holding Company Bill - R. Brewster, T.G. Corcoran - 8 Pages, 1935

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Lower Tennessee Valley Association - Petition - Aurora Dam - [Hardcover], 1935

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Lower Tennessee Valley Association - Petition - Aurora Dam - [Hardcover], 1935

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Program, 100th Anniversary Celebration of J.G. Carlisle, Covington, Kentucky - Plan, Layout of Paducah Waterfront - Invitations, 1935

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Invitations, ID Cards, Trip to Berlin, Appointments - Letters, W.E. Dodd, Congressmen McReynolds and Millan Re: Location of the Consulate - Positions at the Treasury Department Re: Refund Provisions under Revenue Act of 1936 - Telegram, Audubon Museum, Henderson, KY - Daniel Boone Bicentennial Commission, Invitation to the President - Pioneer National Monument Association, Invitation to the President - Poster, Evangelist Meeting Neutrality - essay by Bernard M. Baruch, The Constitution - address by Hugh Morrow, 1936

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence Re: Barkley's Speech at the Convention, 1936

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Barkley-Logan Dinner Program - Dinner Sponsored by the Kentucky Democratic Club of Washington, D.C. - Barkley Address, 1937

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Interparliamentary Union (IPU) - Press Release Re: Trip to Europe, Not Sent Out - G.C.S. Black - E.A. Halsey - Trip to England, France and Italy - Ethel Downe - Mrs. B. Saint Coeur, Women's Democratic State Committee, Conference Interparlementaire - Trip to Moscow With Senator McKellar - D.G. Van Ackere - J.T. Howington Re: Helium Bill, S. 1567 - Bureau of Domestic and Foreign Commerce, Paris, L. Brown - Invitation, American Club, Paris - Herald Tribune, Mr. Smith, Article Re: Presidency, 1937

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Appointments, Invitations - Legislation Re: Disaster Loans, S. 1439 - Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, Th.G. Bilbo, Invitation, Nomination 1940 - List of Personnel Endorsements by A.W. Barkley - J.T. Robinson, The Toiler's Martyr - Barkley Statement Re: Economic Improvement With President Roosevelt - C.M. Redman Re: Barkley Family, Genealogy - Petition, by the Barclay-Barkley Families of Texas, Boost Barkley for President in 1940 - Invitation to Address Star Radio Forum - National Radio Forum, Re: Data for the Speech, Democratic Senatorial Committee Chairmanship, Senator Miller Re: Barkley Leadership - Customs Re: Antique Furniture Shipment - E.A. Halsey, Rising Tide, Sponsored by Oxford Group Re: National Problems; Article, 12 December 1937, Re: Judicial Reform by the Senate, Judiciary Committee, 14 Pages - T. Biddle, Jr., Warsaw, Poland, Re: Interparliamentary Union (IPU) Conference in the Netherlands, The Hague - A.B. Chandler Re: Governor L.C…

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence to A.W. Barkley, 3 Pages, 15 July 1937 Re: Judicial Reform - Credit: National Archives and Record Service, F.D. Roosevelt Library, 1937

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Greetings, 1938

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Press Release, F.D. Roosevelt to Secretary McIntyre, 21 January 1938 in Support of A.W. Barkley - The Commentator, G.E. Sokolsky, Sizing up the Field - E.A. Halsey - Barkley Testimonial Dinner - Invitation - Campaign for F. Van Nuys Re-Election - Clipping Re: Nomination of A.W. Barkley's Son-in-Law, M. O'Rell Truitt, by F.D. Roosevelt as Member of the Maritime Commission - Loyal Order of Moose, J.C. Meikle - F.M. Vinson Re: Works Progress Administration (WPA) Introduced by Roosevelt in 1935 - Appointments, Positions - A.B. and M. Chandler Invitation - W.G. McAdoo Re: Position - W.S. Wood, Bureau of Narcotics, Treasury Department, Re: Hearings for the Taxation of Marihuana, House Ways and Means Committee - Loan Application, A.D. Vincent - Trip to Europe, France - F. Cantrill - Statement, U.S. Senate, Office of the Secretary, Library, Re: Power of the President to Appoint a National Holiday - Invitation to Speak, Town Hall of Milwaukee - Telegram Re: Super…

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence Re: Position for J.T. Vance as Librarian of the Library of Congress - Instituting a Private Church Service, 1938

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Greetings, 1939

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Halsey, E.A., Secretary of the Senate, 1933-1945 - Statement, 17 July 1939 Re: Kentucky, Senator Barkley and July 4 Celebrations - Barkley Statement Re: Including of Materials of the Present Session in the Appendix - Request for Congressional Records - Invitation to Star Radio Forum Re: Keynote Address for Congress, 1939

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Legislation - Barkley Bill, S. 477 to Provide for the Regulation of Securities in Interstate and Foreign Commerce - Committee on Banking and Currency, R.F. Wagner (Carter Glass, etc.), Securities and Exchange Commission, Amendments - Memorandum, 5 Pages, to: Federal Reserve Board; from: Securities and Exchange Commission, 1939

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Greetings - Invitations - David M. Barkley Airplane Crash, Investigation, Air Corps Tactical School - Barclay-Barkley Society of Texas, Genealogy - Sprig of Green Collection - Committee on Commerce, Appointments - U.S. Senate, Conference of the Majority, Letter to J.A. Blomgren, Definition of a True Liberal, Political Philosophy - Retirement Letters - Manuscript Re: the History and the Name of the Barkley Family - Copies of Hansard - Contested Payment for an Oil Painting, 3 Pages - Committee on Finance, Pat Harrison Thanking A.W. Barkley for Action - Will Rogers Statue Presentation, Barkley's Part in the Production, Making of 2 Records - Antique Furniture - Correspondence Re: Address to the Patriotic Foundation of Chicago - Commemorative Stamps of the 163rd Anniversary of the U.S., Set of 4 Chinese Stamps, 4 July 1939, People's Political Council, Nankai University; Asking for War Time Medical Aid in China - Telegram to L. Wood Robert - Pass for American…

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence Re: Public Works Administration (PWA), Appropriation Act of 1939 and Work Relief, Provide Employment, Description of Projects, 5 Pages - Barkley Letter Re: 2 Judicial Appointments, Felix Frankfurter for Supreme Court Appointment, Giving Frankfurter the Next Vacancy as a Result of First Satisfying the West of the U.S., Justice Brandies Retirement, 3 January 1939 - Reference to Barkley's Letter Re: C.A. Gallagher - Transcript, F.D.R. Library Cornerstone Ceremony for A.W. Barkley, 1939

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Greetings, 1940

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Affidavit Re: Stamping Ground, Buffalo Springs, Distilling Company - Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission - Department of Agriculture and Commerce, Puerto Rico - Beecher Terrace Housing Project - Invitations - White House Invitation to Church Service - River Front/ Waterfront, Paducah, KY - Government Publications - Secretary of State, State Department, C. Hull - C. Hull, P. Harrison Re: Trade Agreements Legislation - F.D. Roosevelt to P. Harrison Re: Foreign Trade Agreement Act - S. Res. 280, C. Hull - Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), J.E. Hoover, Post Office Department Information - Letter from Geneva, Switzerland, Re: Situation in Europe - Letter Re: Purchase of the Nall Farm, Mayfield, KY - Thank You Notes for Gifts - Loan of Books Via the War Department Re: Selective Service in the Last War and the Burke-Wadsworth Bill, Deviation from the World War System - Chicago Daily News Clipping, Editorial, One Way to Deal With French Possessions in…

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Owensboro Chamber of Commerce, Owensboro, Center of Markets, Cost Factor Survey, 61 Pages, 1940

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - Jewish National Fund Dinner, St. Louis, Missouri, Clipping, 1940

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U.S. Territorial Expansion Memorial - Progress Report, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Association, 1940

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Halsey, E.A. - M. McIntyre, Message to Kentuckians, 2 Pages - Congressional Record Re: Jefferson Bicentennial Commission, Barkley Speech - Memorandum for Senator Barkley Re: Joint Committee for Deferment of Legislative Employees, 1941-1943

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Correspondence - Get Well Messages - Hospital Stay - A through I (Folder A), 1941

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Correspondence - Get Well Messages - Hospital Stay - J through Z (Folder B), 1941

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Invitations - Programs, 1941

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Jewish National Fund of America - Brochure, Land for Victory Re: Tree-Planting in Israel - Address in Milwaukee - Brochure, Dorothy Thompson's Message to You, United Jewish Appeal for Refugees - American Palestine Committee - Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs - Brochure, Because Ussishkin Lived-A Tribute to His Memory, Dr. Goldstein, 1941

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through R (Folder A) - Memorandum Re: Senator M.M. Logan - Reference Letter to H.R. 4250, Medal Presentation - Barkley Genealogy, Barklay-Barkley Society - Department of the Navy, S. 860 - Inter-American Affairs, Pan-American Union, Re: Barkley's Membership in the National Honorary Committee - Visit to Cuba, Foreign Service, Colonel Bornn - The American Friends of a Jewish Palestine Re: Immigration or Extermination, Balkan Pogrom - Letter to E. Quezon, Philippine Commonwealth, 1941

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S through Z (Folder B) - Ukiah Republican Press, Arthur H. Samish Is Pictured Outstanding Character He Is - Committee on Military Affairs, S. 860, Opposition of War Department - Clipping, Barkley and Judgeship - U.S. Navy Hospital Statement, Reimbursement - War Department Memorandum Re: Grants for the Construction of State Hospitals, etc., in Kentucky, 1941

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence, 1941

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War Plants for Western Kentucky - Letter Re: Paducah, Kentucky, Defense Plant, 9 Pages and Tables - The Messenger, No Politics, Sites for a Shell Loading Plant - The Paducah Sun Democrat, Re: Training Camp - The Mayfield Messenger Re: W.H. Brizenridge Open Letter to the Public, 1941

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through R (Folder A) - The Alaska Highway, Senator Langer's Speech - J.M. Holzworth, The Alaska Highway, 19 Pages - Jew's Harp Dam Association Re: Funds for the Project on Barren River, Allen County, KY - Telegram, F. Bratton Re: Yugoslav Legation and King Peter - Letter by Barkley Re: Barkley Genealogy - Telegram to Cuban Embassy - University of Kentucky, Conferment of the Degree of Doctor of Laws to A.W. Barkley - The Paducah Sun Democrat, Pearson and Allen Salute Barkley for His Outstanding Leadership in Year Just Ended, 1942

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S through Z (Folder B) - Excerpts from Address of Senator Barkley Before Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, 7 Pages - The Salt Lake Tribune, Clipping Re: General MacArthur in the Philippines and Changes in Government in China, 1942

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence Re: H.R. 4, H.R. 4845, Office of Price Administration (OPA) Appropriation, Letter Re: the Parity Principle, Farm Labor, and New Proposed Legislation, 1942

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency, 1942

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Legislation - Bills Introduced by A.W. Barkley - S. Res. 1, Committee of Two Senators - S.318, T.C. McGroary - S. 319, To Authorize Acceptance of Permanent Loan, National Gallery of Art - S. Res. 47, C. Glass - S. Res. 48 Re: E.A. Halsey Election for Secretary of the Senate - S. Res. 49 Re: L.L. Biffle Election for Secretary for the Majority of the Senate - S. Res. 51 Re: F. Brown Harris Election for Chaplain of the Senate - S. Res. 52 Re: Rule 25 - S. Res. 56 Re: Notification of the President of the Election of E.A. Halsey - S. Res. 57 Re: Notification of the House of Representatives of the Election of E.A. Halsey - S. Res. 62 Re: Carter Glass - S. Res. 63 Re: Carter Glass - S. Res. 87 Re: W. Doxey - S. Res. 93 Re: S. Res. 160 of 1935 and Wool Marketing - S. Con. Res. 7 Re: F.D. Roosevelt - S. 749 Re: Parity Prices for Citrus Fruits - S. 834 Re: Immigration and Naturalization of J.M. Grandal - S. Con. Res. 9 Re: Atrocities by the Nazi Government against the Jews - S. 963 Re: Section…

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Correspondence - Get Well Messages - Hospital Stay - A through Z, 1943

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Invitations - Including Adlai Stevenson, 1943

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Miscellaneous and Personal - War Bond Records, Sales, Graves County - Archduke Otto of Austria, Military Committee for the Liberation of Austria - H.L. Stimson, Secretary of War Re: Visit of the Orient and the Fighting Fronts, A.B. Chandler - Thomas Jefferson Commission, Reaffirmation of the Declaration, 1943

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Senate Office Financial Forms - Provision of the Legislative Appropriation Act - Editorial Research Reports, 78th Congress, 1943

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence Re: McKellar Bill, Manpower Appointments - Proposed Overseas Trip of the Truman Committee, General Marshall - Supreme Court Matter, 1943

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Invitations, 1944

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Legislation - Palestine Resolution - Palestine Emergency Conference, 1944

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Legislation - Post War Planning - S. 1893, Titles I to III - S. 1730 - H.R. 4469 - Report to Accompany H.R. 4469 Re: Facilitation of the Settlements of Claims Arising from Terminated War Contracts - Committee on Post-War Economic Policy and Planning, S. Russell, 1944

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Legislation - Price Administration - Statement, C. Bowles, Senate Committee on Banking and Currency, Proposed Amendments to the Price Control Act, 73 Pages (Folder A), 1944

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Legislation - Price Administration - C. Bowles - Public Law 421, H.R. 5990 to Further the National Defense and National Security by Checking Prices - Statement, C. Bowles, to the Senate and House Banking and Currency Committees Re: Proposed Amendments to the Price Control Act, 112 Pages - Office of Price Administration (OPA), Crude Petroleum Price Control, 19 Pages - OPA, Rent Control, 40 Pages - OPA, Renewal of the Price Control Act, 144 Pages - Press Release, The Role of the Government after the War, 14 Pages - Press Release, As Our Farmers Face the Challenge of Peace, 9 Pages - Clippings (Folder B), 1944

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Legislation - Service Cases - Clipping, D. Pearson, The Daily Washington Merry-Go-Round; a Barkley Story; Drew Pearson Column, 1944

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Miscellaneous and Personal - U.S. Department of Agriculture, Public Law 276, Tobacco Allotments - Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), McKellar Amendments - Memorandum, Smaller War Plants Corporation, Owensboro Wagons Company, Kentucky, 10 Pages - Office of Price Administration (OPA) Re: Crude Oil Prices - Office of War Information (OWI) - Letter by C. Bowles to A.W. Barkley, 29 Pages, Re: Food Support and Subsidy Programs - Recommendations of Tobacco Growers Re: Post-War Program - Statement on Army Personnel, Men and Women Taken from the State of Kentucky - Address, J.L. Sullivan, Assistant Secretary, Treasury Department, 1944

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Requests, Crank Letters, 1944

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - United Palestine Appeal - Launching of the Battleship Missouri - Data Submitted for the Consideration of A.W. Barkley Re: Program for the Rebuilding of the Jewish Homeland in Palestine, 6 Pages - United Palestine Appeal - American Zionist Emergency Council - Press Release, Senators Wagner and Taft Introduce Palestine Resolution, 4 Pages - Statement, W.F. Wagner, 3 Pages; Statement, R.A. Taft, 1 Page; Statement, A.W. Barkley, 3 Pages; Statement W.H. White, Jr., 1 Page, 1944

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Truman, H.S. - Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence, 1944

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Legislation - Bills Introduced by A.W. Barkley - S. Res. 1, Committee of Two Senators - S. Con. Res. 2, Assembly on 6 January 1945 - S. Res. 4, K. McKellar - S. Res. 5, K. McKellar - S. Res. 6, K. McKellar - S. 144, M.E. Cafferata, J. Granata - S. 145, Creating Office of Naval Research, Development, and Patents - S. 146, H. Gardiner Bowen - S. Res. 69, L.L. Biffle - S. Res. 70, L.L. Biffle - S. Res. 71, L.L. Biffle - S. Res. 91, J. Moses - S. Res. 119, Death of F.D. Roosevelt - S. 906, Franking Privilege, E. Roosevelt - S. Res. 126, W. Warren Barbour, E.D. Smith, F. Van Nuys, F. Maloney, J. Moses - S. 1037, Water-Pollution-Control - S. 1038, M.O. Cassady - S. 1069, F.H. Murphy - S. 1141, Civil Service Retirement Act, Employees of the Smithsonian Institution - S. 1208, O.N. Bradley as Administrator of Veterans Affairs - S. 1216, O.N. Bradley as Administrator of Veterans Affairs - S. Con. Res. 27, Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack - S. 1400, R.R. Rowe - S.J…

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Barkley, A.W. - Mother's Death, 1945

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Application to the War Production Board (WPB) for Funds to Repair Flood Damages ; Lunken; Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Cincinnati Airport - 2 Clippings Re: J.D. Inman for Federal District Attorney; Statement, A.W. Barkley, 4 Pages - Print from G. Dean, "Nuernberg"; Nuremberg - Statement, A.W. Barkley, James Gavin Case - Letter by Lister Hill, Democratic Whip - Committee on Military Affairs Re: the Plant at Ft. Thomas, KY, for the Veterans Bureau - H. McCormack Letter Re: Pope Pius and a Medal, 1945

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Nomination - H. Wallace as Secretary of Commerce - Letter to the President - Barkley Statement Re: George Bill, George Resolution, Federal Loan Agency, World War II, 1945

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - American Christian Palestine Committee - Statement Re: Jewish Statehood and Support of President Roosevelt by U.S. Zionist Jews, Suggestion to Vote for Republicans, 17 Pages - Jewish National Fund, Suggested Topics for the Address, 1945

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Truman, H.S. - Roosevelt, F.D. - Correspondence: Historic Joint Statement of 12 February 1945 - Roosevelt Letter Re: H. L. Black and Liberalism of Thomas Jefferson, 24 March 1945 - Truman Letter Re: Bretton Woods Legislation to Be Enacted Prior to the Big Three Conference, 5 July 1945 - Truman Letter Expressing Friendship to Barkley, 9 August 1945 - Correspondence Samuel I. Rosenman - Truman Letter Addressing Barkley's Heavy Legislative Duties, U.N. Charter, Iowa Bankers Association, 1945

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Churchill, Winston - Iron Curtain Speech, A Shadow Has Fallen on Europe and Asia, 54 Pages, 1946

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European Trip to Germany, France and Switzerland - Barkley to Max [Max Truitt?] Re: Meeting in Berlin; General Clay, Ambassador Murphy, Upcoming Campaign, 4 September 1946 - Barkley to General Clay upon Arrival in Paris, 4 September 1946 - Barkley Letter to S.E. Woods, American Consul General, Zurich, Switzerland - Barkley Letter to R.D. Murphy, Ambassador to Belgium Who Had a Residence in Berlin, Germany, 1946

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Greetings - Christmas, 1946

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Legislation - Railroads - H.R. 1362 Introduced by R. Crosser, Committee on Interstate Commerce, Railroad Retirement Acts, Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, Internal Revenue Code - Report to Accompany H.R. 1362 - Supplemental Report to Accompany H.R. 1362 - Crosser Bill, Railroad Retirement Act Amendments of 1948 - S. 1911 of 1944, Senators Wheeler and Wagner, Later Reintroduced as S. 293 - Congressman R. Crosser, H.R. 4805 of 1944 - Notes for A.W. Barkley Re: H.R. 1362, 10 Pages, 1946

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Senator Taft, Bill Before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee, B.M. Baruch - Legislative Appropriation Act for the Fiscal Year Ending 1947, Provisions of Law - Letters to D. Pearson, Merry-Go-Round Column - Letter Re: Loans to Great Britain - The Cincinnati Enquirer, Airport is Dedicated; Wehrman Speech at the Dedication of the Greater Cincinnati Airport, 7 Pages, 1946

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - American Jewish Congress, Brief Review of the Principles and Program, 6 Pages - United Jewish Appeal Re: Suggested Material for A.W. Barkley's Radio Address - New York Credit Men's Association, Barkley Address, Problems Confronting the American Businessman Today - Clipping Re: Loan to Great Britain - Jewish National Fund, List of 7 Suggested Points to be Emphasized in the Speech, 1946

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence: Letter Re: Consideration of the Convention on Introduction of an International Civil Aviation Organization, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Ratification, 3 Pages - Letter Re: C. Murphy, Legislative Counsel, 1946

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Barkley, A.W. - Wife's Death, 1947

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European / Pacific Trip - Proposed Itinerary - Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Armed Services, Pacific Trip, Tentative Schedule - Smith-Mundt Subcommittee, Senate Foreign Relations, To Study Effectiveness of Information Service - Report of the Results of the Moral Re-Armament Assembly in Switzerland - Cable Re: Coal Output - Excerpts from Speeches by German Leaders, Caux, Switzerland, 1947

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Greetings - Birthday, 1947

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Legislation - Cloture Rule - Rule 22, Section 2, 1917, 14 Pages; S.B. 101, S.B. 2644, H.B. 29; Senator McKellar - Statements, 10 Pages, 1947

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Shorthorn Fraternity - J.F. Dulles, Radio Report on the Moscow Conference of Council of Foreign Ministers, 14 Pages - Letter to S. Diaconescu, Romania, 1947

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - Hill College, Rhode Island, Commencement Address, Clippings, Barkley Backs Europe Aid Plan in R.I. Talk, Barkley Warns Graduates to Guard Free Enterprise, Barkley Reveals Party Tax Policy, Senator Barkley Tells Relations Between Politics, Commerce, etc., 1947

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence: Letter Re: Labor Bill, National Unity, 23 June 1947 - Letter Re: Death of Truman's Mother, 1947

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Senate Committee Assignments - Letters to Barkley and the Steering Committee to Fill Committee Vacancies in the Coming Senate Session - Senator Kilgore Looking for Appointment to the Senate Appropriations Committee - Address, Senator A.W. Robertson, United American Mechanics, Our Foreign Policy, 4 Pages - Joint Atomic Energy Committee, Clipping, Hick's Abilities Needed on Atom Committee, 1948-1949

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Collier Award, Colliers Magazine - A through Z - Booklet, For Distinguished Congressional Service - C.G. Bowers, Embassy in Santiago, Chile - Clipping, Lexington Herald Leader, Senator Barkley Honored, Barkley Receives Collier Congressional Award - etc., 1948

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Miscellaneous and Personal - W.S. Symington, Appointed (Sept., 1947) by President Harry S. Truman to Be the First Secretary of the Air Force; Advocated a Greatly Increased Air Force As Necessary for National Defense, and When Appropriations for His Department Were Reduced He Resigned (April, 1950) in Protest - 3-Page-Statement Re: Development of the Air Force [Possibly by Symington] - 3-Page-Statement Re: A.W. Barkley [Possibly by Symington] - Vandenberg's Report of Four Treaties, Foreign Relations Committee - Report, Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation With the Italian Republic; Italy - Letter, S. Diaconescu, Romania - Letter, D. Holbrook, 3 Pages, Re: Inflation - J. Bruce, Embassy, Buenos Aires, Argentina Re: Friendly Relations to Argentina on a Totalitarian Path - C.G. Bowers, Embassy, Santiago, Chile - Springfield Sun, Governor E. Clements Endorsing Barkley for Re-Election, Jackson Day Dinner - Letter to Barkley by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Church and Education - W…

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Senate Vote - Yea and Nay Votes in the Senate of the U.S., 80th Congress, 2d Session - Senate Congressional Record, Pages 1645 -10278 - Voting Record, 1948

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - Jewish National Fund, 5 Suggestions for the Address, Propaganda Meeting Re: Buying Land for the New State of Israel, 1948

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence - Letter Re: Vice Presidential Flags Sent to Barkley - Memorandum Re: Hobson's Choice, Exchange of Letters - Handwritten Note Re: Collier Award for Best Senator - Letters Re: Four-Leaf-Clover to be Worn on Inauguration Day 1949 - Letter to John W. Snyder Re: Value of A.W. Barkley, 1948

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Articles on A.W. Barkley - U.S. News, World Report, Colliers Magazine, Time Magazine, Rotarian, Scholastic, News Week, Life Magazine, Saturday Evening Post, N.Y. Times Magazine, New Republic, Emory Alumnus, Elks Magazine, Democratic Digest, Reader's Digest, Life and Health - Lists of Articles, 1949 to 1951, 1949-1952

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National Security Council - Council Meetings, 1949-1952

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Airports, Kentucky, 1949

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Gavels Made from Historical Trees - Washington Elm - Clipping, Lexington Herald, Barkley Gets Harrison County Gavel - Card: J.G. Marks With a Gavel that Was Once the Property of Alexander Hamilton - Statement, …The Gavel Is Made of Black Walnut…The Walnut in the Gavel Came from a Tree Which Was Planted by Paul Bunyan... - Letter Re: Gavel Cut from Ancient White Oak on the Lincoln Birthplace Farm - Letter Re: History of the Frigate Augusta, 1949

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Inauguration - The Ohio Electoral College - Booklet of Photographs, 1949

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Legislation - American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) - Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) - Taft / Hartley Repeal - Housing Legislation, S. 1070 - Rent Control, H.R. 791, S. 434 - Anti-Inflation, H.R. 2756 - Social Security, H.R. 2892, H.R. 2893, H.R. 2645 - Health Insurance, S. 5 - Civil Rights - Taxation - Federal Aid to Education and The Labor Extension Service Program, S. 246, S. 110 - Valley Authorities and Regional Development - Farm Program, S. 900, H.R. 2682 - Reciprocal Trade Agreements Program, H.R. 1211 - 12 Pages, 1949

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A through L (Folder A) - J. Edgar Hoover, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Commencement - D.M. Barkley Re: Dedication of Barkley Airfield, List of the Organizers - Knoxville Journal on A.W. Barkley, 3 Pages - Letter, E.L. Barkley, Genealogy - B.M. Baruch, Labor Legislation, Russia, European Support, North Atlantic Pact, Marshall Plan, L.L. Biffle - Clipping, ...When Do Taxes Run Down ? Re: Senator George and Excise Levy Cut - Railway Labor's Political League, Letter to Thomas G. Corcoran, France Connection, Letter of Introduction - E. Dietz, Barkley Family Tree - James A. Farley, Correspondence - Atomic Energy Commission, D. Lilienthal, Oak Ridge Tennessee, 1949

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Miscellaneous and Personal - M through Z (Folder B) - Telegram McKellar Re: R. Taft - J. McCormack Re: Cloture Petition - Drew Pearson - Excellency Quirino, Philippine Islands - Governor of South Carolina, J. Strom Thurmond - Collier's Award Statement, 4 Pages, 1949

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - Committee for the Celebration of the first Anniversary of the Creation of the State of Israel, 5 Suggestions for the Address - United Jewish Appeal, 1949

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Transportation Schedules, 1949

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Truman, H.S. - Stevenson, A.E. - Correspondence - Truman Memorandum Re: Acheson and Locket; Ambassador to the Philippines, M.M. Cowen - C.A. Hatch Re: Supreme Court Justice Appointment, 1949

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U.S. Information Service (USIS) - G.V. Allen, USIS in Europe, Committee on Foreign Relations, Recommendation, S. Res. 161, H.R. 295 - Report No. 855, ca. 60 Pages, 1949

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Wedding - Certificate and Ring - Press Release, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - A, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - B, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - C, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - D through F, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - G, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - H, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - I, J, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - K, L, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - M, N, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - O through Q, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - R, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - S, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - T through V, 1949

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Wedding - Congratulations - W through Z, 1949

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Wedding - Gifts - A through L (Folder A), 1949

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Wedding - Gifts - M through Z (Folder B), 1949

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Wedding - Gifts - List and Miscellaneous Cards, 1949

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Engagements of the Vice President and Mrs. Barkley, 1950-1952

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Brennan Case - General L. Norstad, U.S. Air Force - Berch vs. Echols Re: Overseas Time of Service, 1950

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Engagements - Lists, 1950

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Greetings - Anniversary, 1950

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Greetings - Birthday, 1950

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Greetings - Christmas, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - A - January to February (Folder A), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - A - March to June (Folder B), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - A - July to December (Folder C), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - B - January to May (Folder A), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - B - June to December (Folder B), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - C - January to April (Folder A), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - C - May to December (Folder B) - Pamphlet, Bicentennial, Jewish Community, Charleston, SC, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - Commencements, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - D, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - E, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - F, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - G, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - H, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - I, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - J - Newspaper, DFL News; Democratic Farmer Labor (DFL) Party, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - K, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - L, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - M - January to August (Folder A), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - M - August to December (Folder B), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - Mc, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - N - January to April (Folder A) [Includes October 1949], 1950

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Invitations - Declined - N - May to December (Folder B), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - O - Housing Programs, Owensboro, KY; Housing Act of 1937, 1949, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - P - January to May (Folder A) - Goodwill Service Report, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - P - June to December (Folder B), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - Q, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - R - Data on Defense, National Defense Week, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - S - January to May (Folder A), 1950

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Invitations - Declined - S - June to December (Folder B) - Tucumcari American, NM; Editorial, Invite Truman to Dedication - Shelby County, KY; Shelby County A. & M. Association, Interesting Facts about the Fair - Clipping, The Shelby News, Shelby is Top Farm County of Kentucky, Product's Value Near 20 Million, Result of Diversified Agriculture; Listings Shown in State Booklet, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - T, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - U, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - V, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - W, 1950

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Invitations - Declined - X, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A - D.G. Acheson, Secretary of State, Re: Dr. White - Membership, Army Navy Country Club, Constitution and By-Laws - D.G. Acheson, Secretary of State, Re: International Trade Organization (ITO), Havana Charter; Summary Analysis of the ITO Charter - Roslyn Diocesan Center, Barkley Family Genealogy - Radio Program, Americans Speak Up ... for America, Radio KDKA, Pittsburgh - Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, The Advance, Invitation to Write an Article - Dean Acheson Re: Barkley Address in Spokane, WA, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - B - Booklet, Brooks Bradley, Memories of the Good Old Days - J. Duke, Glass Top for A.W. Barkley's Desk, a Gift from the President of the Philippines - Globe Syndicate Agreement Re: a Text Feature Series, My Dear Friends, 50% of the Proceeds to A.W. Barkley, the Writer - Review, The Mind of Jefferson, G.N. Shuster; Reference to Barkley Address in Enid, OK - Barkley Genealogy, Clipping, Ancestors Lived Near Poplar - Barkley to Meet Many of His Relatives At Salisbury Fete - O. Thompson, Senate Disbursing Office - Elora Chance - Bill by Dr. W.P. Sights Re: ECG and Other Tests - Statement, A.W. Barkley Re: Naval Hospital Visit - R. Choate, Boston-Herald, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C - Summary of U.S. Government Economic and Military Aid for China since 1937, 18 Pages - Lawrence Hager Telegram, Editor, Owensboro Messenger, Re: Combs - Hawfields Presbyterian Church - Capitol Records, Rear Admiral W.D. Baker - A.W. Barkley Re: County Commissioner Elrod to Editor of Collier's, 4 Pages - Clippings Re: A. Campbell for Senator, A Rising Political Star Democratic Luncheon Meeting in Indiana, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - D to F - Elora Chance Re: Fong and Fook - J.A. Farley Correspondence, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - G to I - Globe Syndicate Re: A.W. Barkley as Writer - Book Description, H.L. Golden / M. Rywell, Senator F.P. Graham, Jews in American History - Their Contribution to the United States - P. White, Trigg County Trading Company, KY - Husbands Street Baptist Church Contribution - Lawrence Hager Telegram, Editor, Owensboro Messenger - International Year Book, Barkley Biographical Sketch, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - J to L - W.W. Crowdus, Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Association - J.B. Gordon, Jefferson Islands Club - Secretary of Defense, L. Johnson - Foreign Service of the U.S., Canberra, Australia - Senator E. Johnson, Article in the Sunday Times-Herald, Re: Barkley's Slight of E. Johnson in 2 Speeches Given in Colorado or Vice Versa -Editor of the Weekly Magazine Labor - Excerpts of E. Kefauver Radio Address - Kentucky Society of Washington - N.M. Schenck, Loew Theatres, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - M to P - H.R. 132, Committee Report on a Bill for the Relief of J. Barkley of 12 January 1836 - F.L. Marx Re: Invitation of A.W. Barkley by the Mexican Government - M. Pearl - S. Zucker, International Artists Corporation - C. Basch Gift, a Meissen China Service - New York Red Book, L.L. Biffle, Secretary to A.W. Barkley in 1950, A.W. Barkley Biography - N.B. Brown, The New York Times, Re: Article, Advice to the Republicans - Owensboro Kiwanis Club, KY - Danville Lions Club, KY - Correspondence, Mayor O'Dwyer of New York City - Publisher, The Paducah Sun-Democrat, WKYB - M.C. Wallgren, Federal Power Commission - J.H. Perry Statement, Re: European Trip, 7 Pages - United Jewish Appeal Dinner Schedule - C.D. Perkins, Committee on Education and Labor, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - R - Correspondence, E. Roosevelt; Printed Letters of F.D.R. to A.W. Barkley - L. Wood Robert, Jr. - M.B. Etchison Re: House for Sale, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S - N.M. Schenck, Loew Theatres - J. Steelman, Assistant to the President Re: Gompers Dinner - L.E. Smith, Clipping Re: Honeymoon - Proofs of J. Stuart's Book Hie to the Hunters - R.M. Russell, Jackson Day Dinner - Vacationing in Switzerland, St. Moritz - J.M. Chang, Korean Embassy - L.A. Steinhardt, Embassy, Ottawa, Canada - Governor A. Shivers, Texas - D.A. Williamson, Stuyvesant School, Warrenton, Virginia, Re: Presentation of Diploma at Graduation, Correspondence of 1 August 1950 - Kentucky Society of Washington - Shreveport Jewish Federation Re: Campaign Dinner - Barkley Article in the St. Louis Star Times, Forward in '51, In War and Peace, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - T to V - P.T. Truitt - Southeastern Louisiana College - United Jewish Appeal Advertisements of Barkley Speeches Excerpts - Army Football Schedule - U.S. National Museum, Department of Zoology, Invitation - Letter to Dorothy Re: a Screen - Viking Press Re: Barkley's Autobiography - C.M. Vance, D. Payne, 1950

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Miscellaneous and Personal - W to Z - J.W. Wadsworth, O.N. Solbert - Warner Theatres - Clipping Re: a Horse Named The Veep - S.J. Spingarn Re: Reference to a Paper by the President in a Cabinet Meeting, A Study of 'Witch Hunting' and Hysteria in the U.S., Anonymous, 18 Pages - Z. Hill, WKYB, Paducah, KY - J.H. Firmin, WMOK, Metropolis, IL, 1950

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Roosevelt Foundation - Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Board, 6 Pages - Minutes of a Special Meeting of the Board, 3 Pages, 1950

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Senate Committee Assignments - Correspondence - H.R. 3856, K. McKellar Resignation of the Committee on Renovation of the Executive Mansion - Public Law 301, E.W. McFarland Appointment - F.J. Myers Appointment - Public Law 816, L. Hill, M. Robertson, C. Gurney, B.R. Maybank, H.M. Kilgore, L. Saltonstall Appointments - Appointments for the Crime Probe Committee: E. Kefauver, A. Wiley, H.R. O'Conor, L.C. Hunt, C.W. Tobey - Program of the 'International Civil Aviation Organization', 4th Assembly - Recommendation Letter for C. Hayden or R.B. Russell for the Joint Committee of Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures - Secretary of Agriculture, C.F. Brannan Re: Congressional Advisory Group Appointments for the International Sugar Council to meet in England, 26 June 1950: J.W. Fulbright, A.J. Ellender, G.D. Aiken, J.C. O'Mahoney, K.S. Wherry, J.W. Fulbright, B.B. Hickenlooper; 2-Page-Statement by C.F. Brennan Re: the International Sugar Council, Includes List of House of Representatives…

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Stevenson, A.E. - Correspondence Re: Invitation to the 1st U.S. International Trade Fair in Chicago, 1950

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - Julia Taffet Correspondence - Excerpts from a Barkley Address Re: Establishment of the Truman Village in Israel - Jewish National Fund Re: Barkley Address in Chicago, 3 July 1950, 4 Pages, Part of an Introduction of the Story to be Written; Telegram Re: Suggested Material - Engagement, 22 January 1950, in Pittsburgh at $1,085 - Invitation to Speak at Rotary District Conference, 30 April 1950 - Telegram Re: Acceptance of Engagement 16 April 1950 in Baltimore for $ 1,500; Engagement in North Carolina, 1 May 1950 - Engagement 26 February 1950 in Buffalo, Cancelled - United Jewish Appeal (UJA) , 18 March 1950 - Jewish Welfare Fund of Akron, 18 May, 1950 - Madison Square Garden Engagement - United Palestine Appeal, Zionist Organization of America Convention, June 1950 - Speech Engagement for the 'Maumee Talk of the Hour Club', Toledo, OH - Shreveport Jewish Federation, 1950

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Transportation Schedule Including 15-Page-Itinerary, 1950

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence - Re: Trip to Louisville, KY, at the Beginning of March - Tariff Negotiations, 28 April 1950 - Fable by Aesop Re: False Merits Re: Certain Artists - National Security, Increase the Frequency of and Preparation for Council Meetings, 19 July 1950 - Memorandum to the Secretary of Defense Re: Escorts, 1 August 1950 - "A Study of 'Witch Hunting' and Hysteria in the U.S.", Anonymous, 18 Pages - S. Res. 212 Re: Deportation of Children from Greece to Eastern Europe -Communique Re: Meeting of the President With the British Prime Minister, 6 Pages, 1950

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American Cancer Society - Washington, D.C., Division - Invitation, 1951

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American Chemical Society (ACS) - New York City - Invitation to Speak, 5 September 1950, Arranged by Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Topics: The Chemical Revolution, Role of Chemistry in the Promotion of International Understanding - Committee on Chemical Welfare - The New Yorker, A Reporter at Large, Pfizer - Antibiotics - Chemical and Engineering News, 1951

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American Drug Manufacturers Association - White Sulphur Springs, WV - Invitation to Speak, 1 May 1950 - Member List - Request for Suggestions on Subject Matter - Action of Congress Re: Tax Bill, Price Control, Resolution on Federal Reserve as Per Senator Douglas, Passing of Welfare Measures - Public Relations, 1951

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American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel - Invitation - Arranged by Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Julia Taffet, 10 September 1951 - Background Information, Letters, Statements - Public Relations, 1951

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American Red Cross - Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Broadcast, Hear It Now - Public Relations, 1951

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Arkansas State Society - Invitation - Reception, 23 June 1951, 1951

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Armed Forces Day - Invitation Declined - Brochure, Armed Forces Talk, 369-Defenders of Freedom - Brochure, Department of Defense, Office of Public Information, Speakers Guide, Vol. 2, May 1951, No.2, 1951

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Atlanta Bar Association - Luncheon Address to the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, GA - 29 June 1951, 1951

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Barkley Day - Junior Chamber of Commerce - Philadelphia, PA - Press Release Re: Barkley Day, Program, 29 March 1951 - Suggestion of Topics: The Reciprocal Trade Program, Troops for Europe Issue, The Far Eastern-Korean Situation - Foreign Affairs - Invitation to Speak to Mrs. Barkley, 1951

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Baseball Game - Washington, D.C. - Luncheon, 20 April 1951- L.B. Mason, Federal Trade Commission, 1951

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Bessemer Corn and Livestock Festival - Bessemer, AL - Excerpts from the Address, 15 September 1951, 5 Pages, 1951

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Biffle, L. - Office Luncheons - Senator McCarran, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ireland, 13 March 1951 - etc., 1951

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Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH - National Lecture Management, Engagement Agency - 17 October 1951 - Clipping Announcing the Engagement - Topic: Americanism for This Hour, 1951

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Broome County Airport - Endicott, N.Y. - Dedication, 30 May 1951 - Background Information, Program - Speech for Publication in THINK Magazine by IBM, 1951

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Builders Association of Kansas City, MO - 23 February 1951 - Background Information on Topics: National Problems of the Day, Preparedness Program, Construction Industry in Peace Times, Construction of Fortress America and Humor - Program, 1951

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Chattanooga Manufacturers Association - Chattanooga, TN - 9 October 1951 - Senator Kefauver's Office - Topics: Southern Industry, 1951

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Chicken-of-Tomorrow Celebration - Fayetteville, AR - 15 June 1951 - Suggested Outline for Speech, Program, 1951

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City of Hope - Boston, MA - Testimonial Dinner, 13 October 1951 - American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) - Background Information Was Sent, 1951

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City of Hope Hospital, Fight Against Cancer - Brochure, The City of Hope- A Jewish National Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA - Dinner; Address at Fund Raising Campaign in Providence, RI - 27 March 1951, 1951

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Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) / Washington Board of Trade - Airport Advisory Committee, Aviation Industry - Dinner Address of 15 Minutes, 28 September 1951 - Background Information, Objectives, Administrative Manual by the U.S. Department of Commerce, CAA, 1951

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Clifford, C.M. - Stag Dinner - Garden Party for Servicemen, 26 June 1951 - Birthday, S. Symington, 1951

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Clover Farm Stores Corporation - Cleveland, OH - 24 September 1951 - Subject: Americanism - Background Information: United America Theme, Heritage of Freedom, State Department Program Selling America, Film: Big Idea, 1951

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Commission of Commemoration of 175th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence Signing - S. J. Res. 51 -4 July 1951 - Speech, 13 Pages; Radio Message Via WAVE; Program, 1951

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Community Chest Kickoff Meeting - Departmental Auditorium, Washington, D.C. -Funding Campaign - Keynote Speaker: G. Neese Clark, Treasurer of the U.S., 27 September 1951 - Program, 1951

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Congressional Club - Reception, 11 March 1951 - Washington, D.C. - Invitation Cancelled, 1951

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Crusade for Freedom - Rockefeller Center, New York City, Funding Campaign for the Purchase of Transmitters, Campaign Against Communism; 11 September 1951; Radio Free Europe Fact Sheet, 8 Pages; Background Information, Brochure, 2-Page-Excuse to National Council of Churches of Christ in America Re: Lack of Mention of This Church in the Fight for Freedom - Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) TV Show, Washington, D.C.; 23 September 1951; Excerpts of Speech of 13 September 1951, 2 Pages, 1951

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Davies, J. - Luncheon, Radio Broadcast - Washington, D.C., 1951

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Democratic County Committee of Bronx County - Invitation - Cancelled, 1951

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Democratic National Committee - Buffet, 4 January 1951 - Washington, D.C. - Broadcast, 7 July 1951, Living 1951- Suggestions, Speech, 1951

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Democratic Party - Democratic National Committee - Annual Dinner, New York - Invitation to Speak, 15 October 1951 - A. Feinberg Letter Honoring A.W. Barkley as the Person to Bring Exhilaration about Democracy and the Democratic Party to the People, 1951

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Democratic State Conference, 27 August 1951 - Michigan - Letter to H. Ford II, 1951

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Detroit Town Hall - Lecture through John Metcalfe's Engagement Agency, 17 October 1951, $700.00 - Michigan - The World We Face, 1951

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Ecuadorian Embassy - Invitation by the President of Ecuador, President Plaza - Dinner, 22 June 1951, 1951

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Eisenhower - Invitation to House and Senate Address - 1 February 1951, 1951

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Emory University Alumni - Invitation to Annual Dinner, 5 April 1951 - Includes 1949 Homecoming, Commencement Speech, 4 June 1949, 1951

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Federal Civil Defense Administration Conference - Invitation to Dinner and 10-Minute- Speech, 7 May 1951, 1951

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Foreign Affairs - Ministers, Ambassadors of Latin America - Luncheon in Honor of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the American Republics, 4 April 1951 - Meeting, March 26 to April 7 - Memoranda, List of Meeting Events, 1951

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Franklin, KY - Swimming Pool Dedication, 2 September 1951 - Fact Sheet - Invitation to the Dedication of the War Memorial Hospital, 1951

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French Embassy - Invitation to the Reception and Dinner for an Ambassador of France by the President of France, 30 March 1951 - Meeting With General of the French Army J.M.G. de Lattre de Tassigny, 1951

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Fund Raising - Glasgow Lions Club, March of Dimes Campaign, Barkley Ham - Story: The Receipt for Cooking a Middleton Old Ham Hickory Smoked - May-June, 1951

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Glasgow High School - Commencement Address, 25 May 1951 - Bull Calf Pedigree, Mammoth Cave National Park Correspondence, 1951

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Glenn, S.R. - Collector - Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - Dinner, 14 July 1951, 1951

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Greetings - Anniversary, 1951

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Greetings - Birthday, 1951

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Greetings - Christmas, 1951

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Gridiron Club - Reception - Invitation - Cancelled, 1951

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Henry Ford Trade School and Alumni Association - Banquet Address, 27 October 1951 - Background Information - Subjects: National Defense, Manufacture Industry, Defense Program The World Challenge to Industrial Patriotism, 1951

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Holton-Arms Junior College - Graduation, 2 June 1951, 1951

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Horstman, Al - 51 Years in Politics Dinner in Honor of Ohio Democrats, 15 September 1951 - United Israel Bulletin, Letter by C. Kerney, Author, God's Zionist Secret Way to World Peace, The Ohio Democrat: Barkley Article Re: A. Horstman, Invitation by Governor J.M. Cox, 1951

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Hull Foundation Re: International Understanding through Educational Activities - Pan American Party Broadcast, ABC Network and Voice of America Abroad, Invitation to Speak, 21 July 1951, Charter of Cordell Hull Foundation for International Education; Background Information - Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Anniversary Broadcast in Honor of C. Hull and Hull Foundation, Telegram, 28 September 1951, 1951

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Illinois Central Railroad (ICRR) - Davis, W. - Invitation to Address Dedication Ceremony, 7 November 1951, 1951

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Illinois State Fair, 16 August 1951 - 1-Page-Draft for Use in Printed Program - Democratic Day - Democratic National Committee - Excerpts McKinley Address, 7 Pages - Governor A.E. Stevenson Speech, 17 Pages - Background Information, Fact Sheet, 1951

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Indiana Democratic Editorial Association (IDEA) - Invitation to Speak at the Midwest Democratic Conference, 25 August 1951 - IDEA Resolutions - Telegram, Shreveport Times Re: Publication of Speech, 1951

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Indiana State Bar Association - Invitation to Address Annual Banquet, 13 July 1951- Bulletin Re: Vice President Barkley to Speak at Bar Meeting-Minton and Busch to be Honored Guests-Meeting Again to be Held at French Lick, Program, 1951

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International Convention of the United Automobile Workers of America - Invitation to Speak - Declined, 1951

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Iowa Armed Forces Week - Invitation to Speak - Declined, 1951

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Israel Histadrut Campaign - NY State Histadrut Federation - National Committee for Labor Israel - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Dinner Address, 12 September 1951 - Brochure; Statement Re: Buffalo Histadrut Federation, 20 Pages, 1951

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Jane Jefferson Democratic Club - Reception, 14 November 1951, 1951

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Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner - April to October [Includes March] - Press Release, 28 March 1951, Galvin Address (Undersecretary of Labor), 8 Pages - 14 April 1951, Press Release, Program - 21 April 1951 - 28 April 1951, Arizona Plain Talk, Deep Wells Put State in Hole, Program, 119 Pages - 7 June 1951, Barkley Telegram, Invitation Cancelled - 6 October 1951, M.J. Galvin Address, 8 Pages; Program, 1951

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Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company - Banquet Address, 17 April 1951 - Jefferson Standard Broadcasting Company - National Convention Address - Background Information; 3-Page-Presentation; Speech, Same Presentation in Large Print, 12 Pages, 1951

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Jewish Labor Committee (JLC) - American Federation of Labor (AFL) - Dedication Ceremonies, 28 October 1951 - Excerpts from Report on Plight of Jews in Countries Behind the "Iron Curtain", 8 Pages; "Jewish Life Behind the Iron Curtain and in Western Europe", 10 Pages - Publication, Jewish Labor Committee, "Jewish Labor Fights Communism", 16 Articles, 14 Pages - Letter Re: Publication of the Speech in a JLC Pamphlet, "A Salute to William Green", 1951

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Jewish National Fund (JNF) - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet, 2 Engagements - Dinner Address, 3 January 1951; Suggestions, 9 Pages; Nachlath Baltimore - JNF Golden Jubilee Conference, Dinner in Honor of the Minister of Education of Israel, 21 January 1951; 8 Suggestions, 18 Pages in Large Print, 3 Pages in Small Print; Poster; Request to Publish Speech Declined, 1951

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Joint Defense Appeal (JDA) of the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, "Background Information about the Joint Defense Appeal", Small Print, 3 Pages; Large Print, 10 Pages; 26 September 1951 - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet - Furniture Industry and Allied Trades Address, 1951

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Joseph Bulova School of Watchmaking - Invitation to Speak, 14 August 1951 - O.N. Bradley, "The Bulova Plan: A Pattern for American Industry-A Promise Kept" Re: Reintegration of Disabled Veterans, 18 Pages, Includes Program, 1951

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Kansas Democratic Club - Washington Day Reception, Dinner Address, 23 and 24 February 1951 - Clipping, The Topeka State Journal, "McCarthy Draws Bold Pattern for GOP Vote Drive" - Letter by Carlton-Yamhill Review Publisher, 1951

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KFAR Truman Project - Truman Village in Israel [Kfar-translated 'Village'] - Dinner, 22 February 1951 - Keren Kayemeth L'Israel or Forestry Agency of the Government of Israel - Jewish National Fund (JNF) - Background Information, 2 Pages; Brochure "KFAR Truman"; M. Kronheim's Address on the Washington Jewish Hour, 11 February 1951, Large Print, 6 Pages, 1951

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Lewistown Lodge No. 663 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) - Barkley Day - Address to Lewistown Elks, 28 July 1951 - Program , List of Participants, and Background, 32 Pages; Press Release for 6 July 1951; Lewistown, PA., Brochure; Poster; Program, Golden Jubilee Parade, 28 July 1951, 1951

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Lehman Invitation, Dinner, 14 June 1951 - Lippman Invitation, Cocktail Party, 29 May 1951, 1951

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Lord, P.H.- Inauguration of Radio Program "Defense of Our Country from All Enemies, Within or Without", National Emergency, Patriotism, Communism - "Counter-Spy" - Two 1-Page-Statements by A.W. Barkley, 1951

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Loyal Order of Moose - Invitation - Declined, 1951

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"Man of the Week", 26 August 1951 - New TV Program - Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 1951

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Majority Policy Committee, U.S. Senate, 27 April 1950 to 30 June 1952 - Letters of Invitation to Attend, 1951

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Marjorie Webster Junior College, Washington, D.C. - Invitation to Speak at Graduation, 29 May 1951, 1951

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McFarland, E.W., Office of the Majority Leader, U.S. Senate - Letter to Democratic Senators - Dinner, 23 August 1951, To Discuss Legislative Program, 1951

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"Meet-the-Press" - TV Program, 21 August 1951 - L. Biffle, M. Rountree Re: Members of the Panel - Clipping, 'Portraits' Column, "Box of Candy", 1951

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Methodist Laymen's Evangelistic Movement - Invitation to Speak - "America for Christ", TV Program, 3 March 1951, 1951

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Milton Berle Show - TV Broadcast on the Occasion of Abraham Lincoln's Birthday - Speech, Large Print, 6 Pages, Re: Bigotry, Hatred, Intolerance, 1951

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Mineral Wells "Party of the Year", 9 February 1951; Correspondence A. Duckworth, F. Brown, Large Print, 7 Pages; List of Outstanding Women in Texas, Women of the Southwest, Large Print, 5 Pages; F. Brown Re: "Party of the Year", Gladewater Plan, "Americanism Beats Communism", Large Print, 7 Pages - The Dallas Morning News, "Barkley to Speak Next Month at Big Mineral Wells Party" - Thomas Brady Speaker Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet - List of Sponsors; Editorial, The Dallas Morning News, "Veep Gets Cash, You Foot the Bill"; The Tyler Courier-Times, "Payoff by Orange, TX, on Army Shipping Probed by Senate", L.B. Johnson; Editorial, Evening Tribune, San Diego, "Sets Poor Example for Nation" - Correspondence Re: Editorials on Reimbursement for the Trip; 3-Page-Letter by A.W. Barkley, 1951

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Minneapolis Labor Review, "Floyd B. Olson and the Principles He Advocated" - Olson Day Committee; H.H. Humphrey Re: F.B. Olson - Dinner, 29 September 1951; Invitation to Speak; Telegram Re: Broadcast of the Speech - Ceremonies for Christening a Cruiser ' The Silver Ann', Northwest Airlines, 30 September 1951 - Background Information, 3 Large-Print-Articles, 62 Pages, 1951

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Miscellaneous Invitations - Memos, 1951

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A to B - The American Liberty Legion: "Democracy's Counterattack Against Autocracy" Re: Stalin, Red Army, IRA - Program of the American University, Political Club, Mrs. Barkley - Globe Syndicate Re: Publication of a Barkley Letter; Invitation Declined - Letter to The Courier Journal, B. Bingham, 5 Pages, Re: Atomic Energy Plant Location in Kentucky; M. Ethridge, Publisher - Correspondence Re: Gavel Made from Wood Coming from Monticello, H.F. Byrd - Senator W. Benton Re: A.W. Barkley Article in Health, "How I Keep Healthy" - ABC TV, Protestant Radio Commission, "How Late Is It Now ?" - A.W. Barkley Re: Deed for Greendale Farm - E.F. Witsell Re: Military Record of the Grandfather - G.W. Calver, Attending Physician of Ms. Smith - Telegrams by A.W. Barkley, Death of Charlie Ross, etc. - Congressional Record, Testimonial Dinner to Barnee Breeskin, Invitations - Midway Drive-In Theatre, Annual Pass - Correspondence With A. Bulova - Registration to Vote for Mrs…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C to E - Clipping, The Houston Post, "No Retreat, Clayton", Marshall Plan, Re: Disagreement With H. Hoover's Idea of a Hemisphere Defense Against Communism - K. Halle, Cleveland Area Heart Society Raffle - Paducah, KY, Country Club Bulletin - Appointment, P. Priest, J.W. Irion - Cathey Family Genealogy, E. Cathey Married R. Barkley - S. Diaconescu, Romania - A. De Gasperi, Prime Minister of Italy, 1951

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Miscellaneous and Personal - F to J - B. Gittelson, Roy Bernard Company, Re: Barkley Foundation - List of Books Re: Council on Foreign Relations - H.F. Grady, American Embassy in Tehran, Iran; Statement Re: National Democratic Party in Iran - L. Hager Correspondence, Owensboro Messenger / Inquirer-Senator Hennings, Committee on Rules and Administration; I.L. Holt, Methodist Ecumenical Council; World Conference, London, England - A.W. Barkley Re: Land in Graves County Belonging to the Barkley's - Honolulu Police Department, Hawaii - Letter by J.W. Barkley, Brother, Re: Department of Veterans Affairs, T.M. Jennings - Jewish National Fund, Keren Kayemeth Leisrael Ltd. Re: Needed Support and Funding; Congress - ICRR, Illinois Central Railroad, 1951

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Miscellaneous and Personal - K to M - Walter Reed Army Hospital - Robert Barkley Historical Association, Annual Reunion - Kentucky Historical Society Brochure - Mary Barkley Homeplace, Barkley-Boone Day, North Carolina; Clipping Re: Barkley Relation Vice President Stevenson - The Paducah Sun-Democrat, Managing Editor, Re: Barkley's Involvement in Real Estate in McCracken County, KY - Kenneth Later Agency Re: Radio / Television Contract - A.R. Mackey, Immigration and Naturalization Service - Secretary of Defense Re: Missing the NSC [National Security Committee?] Meeting - A.J. Marrow Book, Request for Barkley Comments Re: "Living Without Hate"; Barkley Comment Attached - WTOP Radio - Mizrachi Organization of America - Collier's Request for a Verse from the Bible; Brotherhood Week; National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1951

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Miscellaneous and Personal - N to R - R. Nixon Re: American Commercial Fig Production from California - B. Nover Outline to Mrs. Barkley, 4 Pages; Columbian Women's Club - Department of State, Legislative Manual, New York Official Directory; Biographical Sketch - U.S. Naval Hospital - List of Officers, National Committee for Repeal of Wartime Excise Taxes - Speech by the French Prime Minister R. Pleven, 30 January 1951; 5 Pages - Clipping, J.T. Cunningham, Baptist Church, Kentucky - Prentice-Hall Re: Barkley Book - Reader's Digest, P. McEvoy, "The Merry Veep of Capitol Hill", a Story - P. Railey Re: Barkley's Daughter Laura L. "Wahwee" MacArthur, Douglas MacArthur, and Their Daughter Laura "Mimi" MacArthur, 1951

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S - Baron Silvercruys, Ambassador of Belgium; Signature - Buffalo Evening News Cartoon, W. Summers; Clipping Re: Death of the Cartoonist - B. Samuel, Mayor of Philadelphia - Senator S.N. Shortridge; Letter, Clipping, 1951

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Miscellaneous and Personal - T to Z - S. Trachtenberg, Two Poems on A.W. Barkley - H.S. Truman, Report by the International Development Advisory Board under N. Rockefeller to Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Senator A. Wiley; Gordon Gray Report Re: Policy to Underdeveloped Countries and Areas; Legislative Recommendation on Foreign Aid - 'Congressman of the Week', Barkley-The Storyteller - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet Greetings - Director of Defense Mobilization Report, "Building America's Might"; Mention of Press Release, 1 April 1951 - J.C. Duke, Sergeant-of-Arms Re: Legislative Appropriation Act and Contingent Expenses of the Senate - Barkley Genealogy, Barclay de Tolly - Immigration Law, McCarran-Warren Act of 1952, Liang Weo - Vejector - Wolf Creek Reservoir Statistics, Corps of Engineers Brochure, 1951

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Mizrachi Organization of America - Dinner Address, 5 June 1951 - Development of a Jewish State - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet, 1951

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Montgomery County Bar Association - Constitution Day Celebration - Public Gathering Address, 17 September 1951, 1951

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Nancy Craig Radio Show, "What It Means to Be an American"/ "The Woman of Tomorrow" - American Broadcasting Company (ABC) - Sample Interviews: "The Woman of Tomorrow"; Interview With Dr. R. Bunche, 12 Pages; Justice W. Douglas, 11 Pages - Meeting Scheduled for 16 February 1951, 1951

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National Association of Postmasters - Kentucky Chapter - Invitation to National Convention Reception, 18 September 1951, 1951

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Nation Committee for Labor Israel - Presentation of Award, 7 February 1951 - Clippings, "Veep Urges Israel Aid", "C.M. Segal and Vice President Barkley" - 1-Page-Statement, J. Schlossberg - Daily News Clipping, "Truman Leads in Tribute to Sam Rayburn", Presentation of Gavel Made of White House Timber, 1951

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National Conference on Citizenship, 16-20 May 1951 - National Education Association - Invitation for Honorary Chairman at the Conference - Theme: "Freedom in One World: Today and Tomorrow", 1951

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National Lecture Management; Metcalfe, J.C. - Engagement Agency - Rotary Convention Address - National Standard Parts Association Address - University of Michigan Lecture Course, Brochure - etc., 1951

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National Press Club - Congressional Party - Invitation to Attend, 18 April 1951, 1951

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Newport, KY - Flood Wall Dedication, 29 September 1951, No Manuscript - Background Information, 1951

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Newsdealers Association of Greater New York - First Annual Award, "The Most News-Worthy Man of the Twentieth Century", Clipping - Dinner, 10 June 1951 - 1-Page-Announcement, Fostering Americanism, Combating Communism, 1951

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North Georgia Methodist Conference, 26-30 June 1951 - Invitation to Address the Conference, 28 June 1951, 1951

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North Shore Forum - Sinai Temple Forum Address, 23 January 1951 - List of Suggested Topics - North Shore Congregation Israel, Address, 24 January 1951, 1951

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Parsons, L.M. - Invitation to Reception, 23 June 1951, 1951

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Philippines - Signing of U.S. Security Treaty - Dean Acheson Invitation to Attend, 30 August 1951, 1951

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Portsmouth, VA - Chamber of Commerce - Invitation to Speak, 21 February 1951 - The Portsmouth Star, "Barkley Will Be Speaker at Chamber Dinner Here", 1951

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Press and Union League Club - Invitation to Speak at Gang Dinner, 9 November 1951 - Big Dinner in Honor of A.W. Barkley, 8 November 1951 - Telegram to Accept TV Interview for 1 November 1951, 1951

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Ramspeak, R. - U.S. Civil Service Commission - American Federation of Labor (AFL) - Dinner Invitation; 3 May 1951, 1951

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Regan, P. - Armed Forces Radio Show, Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) - Invitation to Speak at the End of the Week of 24 August 1951, 1951

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Richfield Oil Corporation - Engagement to Meet With the President of the Corporation, 6 April 1951 - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet, 1951

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Rider College - Graduation, Commencement Address, 17 August 1951, 1951

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Roosevelt Four Freedoms Award - Invitation to Speak at the Presentation of the Award to Dr. R. Bunche, 11 April 1951, 1951

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Senate Appointments by the Vice President - Appointments to the Smithsonian Institution - Appointments to the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Visitors the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, J.P. Kem, W.G. Magnuson; E.L. Cochrane; Visitors to the Coast Guard Academy, L.B. Johnson, J.W. Bricker - New York Times Article, "Bowles Supports McMahon for Vice President in 1952", C. Bowles Re: Office of Public Affairs (OPA), Isolationism and Privileges Exhibited by the Republican Party - Senator Benton Appointed to Joint Committee Economic Report - Defense Production Act of 1950, Joint Membership in Committees on Defense Production and on Banking and Currency - Joint Committee on Atomic Energy Appointment of E. Kefauver, E.W. MacFarland, Senator H.F. Byrd, H. O'Conor, Senator R.S. Kerr, Brien McMahon, H.H. Humphrey - World Health Organization (WHO), World Health Assembly Agenda, Appointment of Delegation - Department of State, D. Acheson, Appointment of Th. F. Green and H.C. Lodge, Jr…

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Senate Citations for Contempt as Witness Pursuant to Specific Senate Resolutions - A.W. Barkley Correspondence, ca. 40 Citations, 1951

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Sherlin, Dinner Invitation, 10 July 1951- Spender, Dinner Invitation, 18 July 1951; Australian Embassy, Australia, 1951

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Spaak, P.H. / Lord Layton - Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe - Luncheon Invitation - Subcommittee to Conduct Negotiations With Strasbourg Representatives; Strasbourg, France; Re: H. Con. Res. 136 and 137 - List of Luncheon Participants, 12 September 1951; Baron Silvercruys, 1951

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Stevenson, A.E. - Governor of Illinois, 1949 - Democratic Presidential Candidate, 1952 - Re: Democratic Day at the State Fair; 16 August 1951, 1951

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Syracuse University, Political Institute - New York State Democratic Committee, Youth Division - Invitation to Speak, 8 September 1951 - Suggested Topics: America's Stake in World Affairs, New Awareness of Responsibilities, Foreign Policy, 1951

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Texas Western College - Student Body Address, 30 April 1951, 1951

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet - Correspondence Re: Invitations, Engagements - Colonel Henshel, Conference of Christians and Jews, Cancelled - Motion Picture Industry, California, Dinner Address - Mineral Wells Address, Texas, 9 February 1951- Texas Cotton Ginners Association, Invitation Cancelled - Conference, Washington, D.C., 11 March 1951 - National Knitted Outerwear Association, Invitation Cancelled - UJA, Chicago Meeting, 27 May 1951 - Mizrachi Organization Dinner, New York, 5 June 1951 - Sioux City, Iowa, Meeting, Invitation Cancelled - M. Manisoff, Special News Director of the American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel / UJA Re: Invitation to Speak at a Bond Rally in Mexico City, Invitation Cancelled - A.W. Barkley's Secretary Re: His Eyesight Problem Not Being a Problem; Clipping, New York Post, "Barkley Fighting Off Blindness" - Israel Bond Drive, 10 September 1951 - Israel Bond Drive, 17 September 1951 - Lake Charles Association…

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Tifereth Israel Congregation - Banquet Address, 25 March 1951, No Preferred Topics, No Talk on War, Re: Democratic Victory in 1952, 1951

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Transportation Schedules (Folder A), 1951

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Transportation Schedules (Folder B), 1951

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Trip to the Far East - 1944 Papers by H. Wallace Re: Liberal Elements in China and Matters of Interest to the Senate and Its Committees, 10 Pages, 3 Copies - Letter by H.S. Truman, 1951

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Trip to Hawaii and the Far East - Pearl Harbor Day, Honolulu, HI, Invitation to Speak, 7 December 1951 - Correspondence, Background Information, Memos - Pacific War Memorial Commission, "Toward a Pacific War Memorial - A Study", 8 Pages - D. Acheson, Re: Suggestion of Visit to Japan and Korea; Signing of Japanese Peace Treaty and Security Pact; J. Sparkman - Interoffice Memorandum, Japanese Press Coverage, List of Newspapers and Titles of Articles - Battle Honors, Citation of Units - Minutes of Meeting in Honolulu, 28 September 1951, 4 Pages; 5 October 1951, 3 Pages; 19 October 1951, 2 Pages; 2 November, 2 Pages; 9 November 1951, 2 Pages - Suggested Program for 10th Anniversary of December 7th - Article, "A Short History-100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Combat Team", 13 Pages - Honolulu Community Committee, Statement for Use in Commemoration of December 7th, 2 Pages - Memo, Facts - 2-Page Press Release Re: 10th Anniversary Commemoration of Pearl Harbor - 2-Page-Statement, Supreme Court…

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Trip to Hawaii and the Far East - Background Information, Printed Material - Reprints Re: Japanese Education; America-Japan Cultural Society, Lincoln Day Celebration; America-Japan Cultural Society, Principal Speeches; K. Tanaka, "A Sketch of a Theory of World-Law"; General Headquarters, Historical Buildings, Political Reorientation of Japan, Progress Report; Historical Buildings, Unidentifiable Reprint in Japanese (?), 1951

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence, Invitations, Press Conferences, Executive Order for the Commemoration of the Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, H.A. Wallace Trip to the Far East 1944 - Director of Defense Mobilization (ODM), Report, "Building America's Might" - Film Re: Floods in the Midwest, Flood Damage, Disaster Aid - Correspondence Re: Luncheons from 28 March 1951 to 24 September 1951 - Press Conferences July to November 1951 Re: Defense of Europe, Southwest Asia, Philippines, Czechoslovakia; L. Williams, Secretary of Alaska; Wage Stabilization Board Report; Russian Press Re: World War III , Korea, General Ridgway; Foreign Aid Appropriation; etc., 1951

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Turkish Embassy, Turkey - Dinner Invitation, 19 April 1951, 1951

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United Airlines - Membership to the 100,000 Mile Club, 14 June 1951, 1951

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United Jewish Appeal (UJA), Israel's Stability - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet - 29 April 1951, 30 April 1951, 9 May 1951, 10 May 1951, 26 May 1951, 16 September 1951 - Suggested Topics, 1951

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University of Michigan Lecture Course - Metcalfe Engagement Agency - Invitation to Open the Lecture Series, 18 October 1951, 1951

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Variety Clubs International - Show Business - Humanitarian Dinner Invitation, 12 May 1951 - Reprint, "The Story of Variety" - Biographical Sketch, Carter T. Barron, 1951

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Vice President - Department of State, Memorandum Re: McCarthyism; Press Release, 25 July 1951, 3 Pages - Excerpts of Hind's Precedents of the House of Representatives - Excerpts of Congressional Record 24 March 1930 Re: Right of Presiding Officer to Participate in Debate, H.R. 9979, 1951

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Virginia Law Weekly - Invitation to Address Banquet, 25 April 1951 - Occupational Classification of the Congress of the U.S. 1931-1951, 10 Pages - Occupations and Professions of Members of the 82nd Congress, 5 Pages, 1951

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Virginia State Bar Association - Invitation to Speak, 11 August 1951, 1951

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Voice of America - Inaugural English Language Broadcast to the Near East, Recording of 1 October 1951 - Statement, 1951

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Washington Missionary College - Metcalfe Engagement Agency - Invitation to Speak, Cancelled, 1951

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Western States Conference and Midwest Conference - Democratic National Committee - Invitation to Attend Panel Discussions, Cancelled - List of Topics - Defense Mobilization and the Economy, 1951

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Western States Dinner - Democratic National Committee - Dinner Invitation, 8 October 1951 - Program and Participant / Seating Lists, 1951

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Westminster College, Missouri - Commencement Address, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws, 4 June 1951, 1951

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Wolf Creek Dam, Wolf Creek Reservoir, KY, Brochure - Corps of Engineers, TN - Invitation to Dedication Ceremony, 1 September 1951 - Press Release, Background Information, Program, 1951

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Wisconsin Electric Cooperative - Invitation to Speak at the Dedication of the New Headquarters, 15 August 1951 - Background Information, 2 Pages; Correspondence, Department of the Interior, U.S. Department of Agriculture - Statement, 4 Pages, Re: Electric Power Expansion of the U.S. 1951 to 1953 - Background Information, 6 Pages, 1951

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Women's National Press Club - Invitation to VIP Amateur Hour Celebration at Constitution Hall, Invitation Cancelled - Clipping Re: Presidency, Assassination Attempt on Truman, 1951

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Academy Appointments - U.S. Naval Academy, Service Academies, U.S. Military Academy, 1952

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Atomic Energy Plant - Corbin, KY, Whitley County - Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), Air Traffic Control (ATC) - AEC Factors Re: Selection of Atomic Plant Site - Fact Sheet, Corbin-London-Somerset Area - Brochure, Wolf Creek Reservoir - Kentucky Utilities (KU), Annual Report 1951 - Survey, 16 Pages - Fact Sheet, Corbin, KY - Map, 2x4 Feet, 1952

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Atomic Energy Plant - Louisville, KY, Jefferson County - Pewee Valley, Crestwood - Impact Study, 8 Pages - Oldham County Farm Bureau, Resolution - WAVE Radio News Stories, Clipping, "A-Plant Rumors Stir Up Protests", Pewee Valley Area - Worthington Community Association, Minutes, 3 Pages - Courier-Journal, Joe Creason, "With King Coal Ailing, Eastern Kentucky's Plight Would Wring Your Heart" - Estill County Development Association, Statement, 7 Pages - etc., 1952

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Barkley, A.W. - Credit Cards, Passes, 1952

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Barkley, A.W. - Health Issues - Cataract Operation, 7 February 1952 - Cost, Award; Certificate, 26 February 1952, 1952

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Campaign - Speeches Pending, Kentucky, National Campaign - Campaign Schedule, 15 October 1951 to 3 November 1951 - Clippings, "We Choose Eisenhower" , "Voice of the People: Editorial Endorsing Ike Draws Comments" - The Hartford Times, "Pull out of Korea? Vets Say No" - General Van Fleet, Korea; Clipping, "Text of Van Fleet's Letter" - Clipping, "Stevenson Leads by 2-to-1 Margin in Poll of U.S. Troops in Korea" - Clipping, "Stevenson on Peace", etc. - 4-Page-Statement Re: Great Kentuckians - Memorandum Re: Suggested Angle on Korean Speech - 3-Page-Sppech Re: Communism - Memorandum Re: Material for Vice Presidential Speech, 5 Pages - Speech Material, "Stevenson Is the Key to a Democratic Victory This Fall and Continued Prosperity" - Pamphlet, "Campbell for Congress", Virginia, 1952

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Commencements, Graduation Announcements, 1952

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Engagements List - 16-31 January 1952 - 8-31 March 1952 - 29 March 1952 to 26 May 1952 - 25 April 1952 to 31 May 1951 - 8 May 1952 to 14 June 1952 - 15 October 1952 to 3 November 1952, 1952

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Greetings - Anniversary, Birthday, Christmas, 1952

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Greetings - Get-Well Cards Re: Cataract Operation (Folder A), 1952

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Greetings - Get-Well Cards Re: Cataract Operation (Folder B), 1952

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - AE to AM (Folder A) - AERO Medical Association, 19 March 1952 - Alabama War Veterans, 8 June 1952, United Spanish War Veterans; Background Information; Clipping, "Reds Ask Delay to Await Orders"; Historical Sketch - Alabama War Veterans, 14 June 1952, Veterans of Foreign Wars; Clipping Re: Barkley's Visit - Amalgamated Clothing Workers, 15 May 1952; Resolution #5, Political Action - American Booksellers Association, Dinner, 28 May 1952; Notes, 2 Pages - American Federation of Labor (AFL), Father of the Year Picture, 16 June 1952 - American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel (AFDCI), Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau (TBS Bureau), Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet; 3 February 1952; 27 February 1952 to 2 March 1952; 23 March 1952; 3 April 1952; 28 April 1952; 29 April 1952; 30 April 1952; 11 May 1952; 18 May 1952; 11 June 1952, 1952

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - AM to BU (Folder B) - American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel, Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet; 23 June 1952; 14 July 1952; 29 September 1952; 12 October 1952; 21 October 1952 - American Newspaper Women's Club, Trans-Lux Theater, 11 March 1952 - Anderson, Marian; Concert, 20 April 1952 - Associated Retail Bakers, 16 March 1952 - Austrian Vice Chancellor, A. Schaerf, Visit to Capitol, 4 March 1952; Austria - Baseball Game, Opening, 15 April 1952 - Belgian Ambassador, Belgian Embassy Invitation, 21 April 1952; Belgium - Benton Campaign, Sound Film, 1 July 1952 - Beth Israel Hospital Ceremony, 3 June 1952; Background Material - Biddle, F.; Dinner, 1 February 1952 - Biffle Office Luncheons, 28 January 1952, 6 February 1952, 2 April 1952, 9 April 1952, 16 April 1952, etc. - Boy Scouts of America Exhibition; National Guard Armory; 2 May 1952 - British Ambassador, British Embassy, England, Cancelled…

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - CA to DA (Folder C) - Cafritz Dinner, 2 May 1952 - Campfire Girls Presentation, 28 March 1952 - Cantor Birthday Party, 31 January 1952; Background Material, Large Print, 31 Pages; Draft of Suggested Remarks, 2 Pages - Chapman Reception, American Association of University Women, 6 January 1952 - Charm Institute Award, 29 January 1952 - Chicago Daily News, Picture With Newsboys, 20 June 1952 - Childs Luncheon, Sulgrave Club, 11 May 1952 - Circus Saints And Sinners Luncheon, 21 March 1952 - Clipping, Daily Worker, "Taft's Our Candidate for Republican Nomination", "I Ain't Scared of Ike-Or the Saints And Sinners, Either"; Cartoon on Invitation; The New Congressional Record - Civilian Club, Recording, 8 May 1952 - Davies, Joseph; Dinner, 26 April 1952, 1952

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - DE to FO (Folder D) - Declaration of Independence, Plaque Ceremony, Cancelled; Program - Democratic Club of the District of Columbia, 6 April 1952 - Democratic County Committee of Bronx, 15 May 1952 - Democratic National Convention; ABC-TV Broadcast "On Trial", 21 July 1952; "Meet the Press" Program on TV and Radio, 20 July 1952 - Democratic State Committee of New York, 17 April 1952 - Dick Brothers, Incorporated, Dedication of a New Factory Building in Reading, PA, 24 June 1952; Material for A.W. Barkley Speech on Small Business, 23 June 1952, 6 Pages; U.S. Senate Select Committee on Small Business, Notes for a Talk on Small Business, 5 Pages; Reading Eagle, Reading, PA, Clipping; Program - Democratic Rally, Louisville, KY, 27 September 1952; Stevenson Reception - Fernandes Dinner, Ambassador of Portugal, 21 May 1952 - First Presbyterian Church, Paducah, KY, 25 September 1952 - Football Coaches of America, Luncheon, 9 January 1953; Foreign…

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - FO to JE (Folder E) - Forest Lawn Association, Journalism Awards Dinner, 25 March 1952; Metcalfe Engagement Agency, National Lecture Management, Inc.; "Leadership Through Writing", 6 Pages - Foster, W.F., Dinner, 14 May 1952 - Green, Senator, Luncheon for Vice Chancellor of Austria, 4 March 1952, A. Schaerf - Gridiron Club, Dinner, 10 May 1952 - Gridiron Club, Dinner, 13 December 1952 - Gridiron Club, Reception, 14 December 1952 - Guilden Reception, 28 April 1952; 1-Page-Introduction by A.W. Barkley at Ceremony for the Opening of the Trade Bank and Trust Company; Information from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Division of Research and Statistics, Table of Number of Insured Banks and Number of Accounts in Insured Banks - Hadassah, Luncheon, 13 May 1952; 2-Page-Background on the History of the Luncheons; Fact Sheet - Holton Arms School, Graduation, 31 May 1952 - Jackson Day Dinner, Baltimore, MD, 14 March 1952; Program; Young Democrat…

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - JE to MI (Folder F) - Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Casper, WY, 24 March 1952; Memorandum Re: Facts about Casper - Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Washington, D.C., 29 March 1952; Press Release, Schedule - Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Wilmington, DE, 19 April 1952; Program - Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, Louisville, KY, 17 May 1952; Dinner Program - Johnston, E.; Buffet, Preview, 25 April 1952 - Keating Dinner, Sulgrave Club, 13 March 1952 - KFAR Truman Dinner, 26 May !952; Jewish National Fund of America; O. Leonard, Subjects - Majority Policy Committee, Luncheons, January to June 1952 - Mellon Memorial Fountain, Cancelled - Midwest Democratic Conference, Kansas City, KS, 26 January 1952; Press Releases, 1952

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - MI to PH (Folder G) - Miller Reception, 8 January 1952; Woman's National Democratic Club - Missouri Bar Association, 25 January 1952; "Some Pending Bills (82nd Congress) of Interest to the Members of the Bar", 3 Pages / Large Print, 12 Pages - Morgenstierne, Ambassador; Dinner, 29 May 1952 - Morris Reception for the President of the Chamber of Commerce of the U.S., 27 April 1952 - Logan Party for L. Mesta, American Minister to Luxembourg, 19 June 1952 - National Committee for Labor Israel, Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet; Cancelled - National Conference on Citizenship, 17-19 September 1952; Invitation to Serve as Honorary Chairman - National Lecture Management, Inc.; Metcalfe Engagement Agency; Press Release Re: National 'Best Teller' Awards, 19 May 1952; Mr. and Mrs. Barkley Program; Clipping Re: Radio and TV Series With A.W. Barkley - Netherlands Embassy, Queen of the Netherlands, Queen Juliana Dinner, 4 April 1952…

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - PO to ST (Folder H) - Polish National Alliance, 4 May 1952; Brochure, "The Polish Constitution of the Third of May"; F.R. Valeo, Foreign Affairs Section, "Polish Constitution Day", 9 Pages; Polish National Alliance, News Release; "From New York to California in the Press of America", Polish National Alliance, C. Rozmarek; "Story of the Polish American Congress in Press Clippings", Polish American Congress, Inc.; Poland - Reed, Justice; Dinner, 16 April 1952 - Rochester Club, Cancelled; Metcalfe Engagement Agency, National Lecture Management - Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House, 16 January 1952 - Stephen Foster Memorial Radio Program, 13 January 1952; Public Law 225, Joint Resolution, H.J. Res. 308, Stephen Foster Memorial Day; Time Magazine, 27 August 1945; Pamphlet, Stephen Foster Memorial Museum, 1952

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Invitations - Accepted and Cancelled - T to Z (Folder I) - Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA), 4 March 1952; Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO); Annual Legislative Institutes; Political Action Committee (PAC) Institute Poster - Truman Luncheon for the Prime Minister of Great Britain, England, 5 January 1952 - Truman Luncheon, 21 January 1952 - Truman Dinner, 2 April 1952 - Truman Luncheon for the Swedish Minister, Sweden, 14 April 1952 - Truman Cabinet Luncheons, 3 March 1952; 2 May 1952; 19 May 1952; 26 May 1952; 31 May 1952; 2 June 1952; 16 June 1952; 4 December 1952; - Tydings, M.E., Senator, Democrat; Invitation, 24-25 May 1952 - Williamsburg Settlement, Inc.; Dinner, Cancelled, 1952

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Legislation - Senator Lehman, Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Draft Statement of a Brief Re: Procedures and Rules of the U.S. Senate, 4 Pages - D. Kammerman, Senate Republican Policy Committee, January 1953, "Senate Rules and the Senate as a Continuing Body", 66 Pages; Senate Print, "Debates in the Congress on the Question of the Senate as a Continuing Body"; "Brief in Support of the Proposition that the Majority of the Senate of Each New Congress Has the Constitutional Right to Adopt Rules of Proceedings for the Senate of that Congress Unfettered by the Actions or Rules of the Senate of any Preceding Congress", 52 Pages - Congressional Record, Proceedings and Debates of the 65th Congress, Special Session, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Darling Towers Case - J.F. Darling, Senator J.A. Frear, Federal Housing Administration (FHA) - J.F. Darling, Governor E.N. Carvel of Delaware Re: Cancelled Commitment - Clipping, "Truman's Choice", W.L. Greene, Nomination as Federal Housing Commissioner - J.F. Darling, A.W. Barkley, Re: Cancellation of Commitment for a Federal Housing Mortgage Insured under Title 608 - FHA, District Director, Philadelphia, PA; Re: No Extension for Darling Towers, DE - Photocopies of Pictures of the Darling Towers - C.S. Murphy, J.F. Darling; Re: R. Foley, Housing and Home Finance Administrator - J.F. Darling, C. Murphy, Re: Commitment No. 032-42014 and No. 031-42322; 8 Pages - J.F. Darling, R. Foley - J.F. Darling, C. Powell, Commissioner, FHA, Commitment No. 032-42014, 5 Pages - Documentation of Darling Tower Case, Exhibits 1-8, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Green River Valley Development Program, List of Officers, Directors and Committees - Green River Valley Citizen's League, Inc., Resolutions - Railroad Retirement Board, Filed Claim - Flood Wall Construction, Government Acquisition of Land - A.W. Barkley Opinion on the Future of Atomic Energy - A.W. Barkley Views on Democracy - Defense Minerals Exploration Administration, Defense Production Act of 1950, Assistance to Mine Operators, Metal Deposits; National Production Administration, Metals and Minerals Bureau - Appointments - Invitations - Parole Hearing, R. Wyatt - Women's International League for Peace Re: Marshall Plan Aid to Europe; Opposing H.R. 5904 and S. 2441 - Correspondence Re: Threat from Communism, Korea - Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Re: Plant near Paducah, KY, Expansion - Securities and Exchange Commission, Re: Annual Report - Department of Defense, Research and Development Board, Helicopter Project, Michigan Helicopter Development…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Truman, H.S. - Economic Report - Pages 1-220; 16 January 1952 - The Chicago Sun-Times Re: Comparison of Democracy and Republicanism - Correspondence Re: Wage Increase for Carpenters, Shawnee Steam Plant, KY, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Supplementary Schedule III, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A - American Jewish Committee - Internal Revenue Bureau, Removal of Austin Office - Alfalfa Club; Brochure, Membership Listing, Program - Clipping Re: Rent Control, Rent Stabilization Board - H. Izumi, Reversion of Amami O'Shima to Japan; Foreign Relations Committee - Animal Welfare Institute, Literature, Brochure - American National Red Cross, Re: Special Report on the Blood Program, 4 Pages - American Jewish Life - Alaska Territorial Legislature, Resolution No. 3, No. 58; Statehood Bill - Advertising Club of Louisville, KY, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation - TWUA - "Book of Presidents", Re: Youngest Daughter of A.W. Barkley, Laura Louise Barkley, Married to the Nephew of General Douglas MacArthur, Douglas MacArthur II - American Needlecrafts, Re: Hardship Case - R.F. Tickle Re: Housing Authority Decision to Reduce Public Housing Units, Independent Offices Appropriation Bill - American Magazine, Re: Contract for an Account of Experiences While in Office…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - B - January to March (Folder A) - Union Des Exploitations Electriques En Belgique, Belgium, Bulletin, No. 4, 1951; H. Janne, Chairman, North Atlantic Defense Production Board - H.C. Byrd, Paducah, KY, Country Estates - Retirement Frees Farm Credit Posts, Press Release - Bogner/Brown Immigration Case - New York Times Clipping, Editorial, "Activating Chinese Nationalists", Korea, Japan, Stalin/Russia, Communism; New York Times Clipping, Editorial, "Fighting Communism in China"; Sunday News, "Last Chance in Korea ?" - Collier's Magazine, "Pacific Report: Free China Must Be Saved Now-Or Never" by Th. E. Dewey, Formosa - F.D. Roosevelt Re: Extended Terms of Presidency, Constitutional Amendment to Cut Terms to Two - The Foreign Service of the U.S., American Embassy, New Delhi, India, C. Bowles Memorandum, "The Crucial Problem of India", Comparison to China, 11 Pages; First Report - Buttweiler Questions Re: National Debt, Answer by the Treasury Department, A.N…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - B - April to July (Folder B) - Madsen Engineering Company, Competitive Bidding, Support of Small Business, Navy - Bulova Watch Manufacturing Industry, Statement, "Subsidy as a Possible Answer to the Problem of American Watch Manufacture"; "Comparison of Costs of Swiss and American Watch Movements 1941-1951" - American Embassy, New Delhi, India, C. Bowles, "A Progress Report from India", Second Report, 18 Pages - Spain to Become Member of the U.N., Basque Delegation, Franco Dictatorship - Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), J.E. Hoover, Re: National Inventors Council, Department of Commerce; Defense Program - Parole Case Crompton Bangs - Boston Herald, Re: International Trade Section, Promotion of International Trade - Clipping, Drew Pearson Column Re: Boone County, KY, Air Force Training Unit - Westinghouse Electric Corporation vs. Bowling Green, KY - Court Case, Beth Israel Hospital vs. Tenants of New York - D. Fleeson Column, "Barkley Heeds Truman…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - B - August to December (Folder C) - Court Case of Rottgering vs. Forrest Harmon ; Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Employee, Housing - Bulova, New York Times, Press Release, "Truman Sets Study of Watch Industry" - Immigration Case Boarotto, French Quota, Switzerland - De Bonneval Re: Publication of a Monthly Magazine for Presentation of Jeffersonian and Stevensonian Ideals of Democracy; A.E. Stevenson's Lost Presidential Election of 1952 - J.M. Bragg, Chicago Sun-Times, Organizing Support for Democrats, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C - January to April (Folder A) - F. Cepero vs. Honorable U.S. Department of Justice, Puerto Rico, Pan American Airlines, to Recover Wages and Rights - Youth for Christ, Conference Program; World Congress on Evangelism - J.E., Clark, "Money: How to Earn It", Pamphlet on Economy - J. Capsin, Honolulu, HI; W. Morse, Committee on Armed Services; F.G. Serrao, Commissioner of Public Lands, Responding to Complaints by J. Capsin about the Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) - Dr. Jelic, Croatia, Croatian National Committee, Memorial Addressed to U.N. General Assembly, 8 Pages; War Crimes, Monarchy vs. Communism, Serbo-Croatia, Separation of Croatia and Serbia - Commission on World Peace (Methodist Church), Senate Committee on Armed Services, C.F. Boss, Jr., Testimony, 6 Pages; Opposing Compulsory Universal Military Training; Proposal of 6 Alternatives - E.C. Clements, A.W. Barkley Re: His Time as Prosecuting Attorney in McCracken County, KY; Story by R.R. Crabtree…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C - May to September (Folder B) - A.P. and M.M. Coleman, Biography; 4-Page-Article on the New Orientation in Europe, Poland, Eastern Europe; Communism, Clippings; Governor A. Shivers, TX, Memorandum Re: Polish Constitution Day - Immigration Case Cavanna - K.F. Carlson, A.W. Barkley Opinion Re: Primary Elections - C.F. Horne, Civil Aeronautics Administration Re: Airport Use Report - Curran, G.W., on Genealogy of American Presidents; Taft, Washington - Quirk, J., "Our Public Officials Must Go to God", Freedom of Religion - Covington, KY; Shortage of Flood Funds, Clipping - International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Policy Statement, "Inflation and Convertibility of Currencies", 11 Pages; Policy Resolution, "Government Funds Are Not A Substitute for Private Investment", 2 Pages - Courier-Journal, Article, "Independence Is the Union Creed", International Union of Operating Engineers - Th. Corcoran, Memorandum, Major General Chennault, American Lend-Lease Air…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C - October to December (Folder C) - Immigration Case Cerych, Netherlands - Immigration Case Cameles, Greece - Clipping, Book Review, E.D. Canham, "Permanent Revolution: American Way" - Czechoslovakia Independence Day, Invitation to Write, CS Publishing Company - F.D. Estes Re: Importance of the Panama Canal to the U.S.; Clippings, The Panama American, Re: Canal Employee's Rent Cost, "Rent Hike", Drew Pearson Column, "Canal Sets 3,000,000-Ton Record", "Possible Rent Letout - Lovelady Holds Budget Bureau , Can Switch Law"; Panama Canal Review, "Governor Talks on Rent, Maintenance at Monthly Meeting" - Chesapeake Bay, Senator Coade, a Story, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - D to G - Immigration Visa Case Doyle, R.C. Coburn - Bob Doughton Day, Concord, NC; A.W. Barkley Tribute, "Grand Old Man of the Mountains" - Dr. E.E. Dudding, Prisoner Relief Society; Poster, "We Who Make Whiskey ... We Who Sell Whiskey, Say ... Safety First", The House of Seagram, Public Service Advertisement; Campaign for Rehabilitation of Chronic Alcoholism, S. 692, H.R. 8471; Senator T. Connally, Correspondence of 2 December 1947; Governor Th.J. Herbert of Ohio; Governor W.T. Sowder of Florida; Governor H. Hildreth of Maine; K.S. Wherry, Appropriations Committee; Governor R.F. Bradford of Massachusetts; etc. - E. Edstrom, American Magazine, Invitation to Write; "Backstage at National Conventions", "How to Get into Politics" - Sunday Herald Leader, "Reuther Denies Labor Rejected Alben Barkley" Re: Labor Leaders Killing the Vice President's Chances to be Democratic Presidential Nominee - James A. Farley, F.D. Roosevelt's Campaign Manager until 1940…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - H - January to May (Folder A) - Statement, The Democratic Revolutionary League of Chinese Communist Party, Hong Kong, 2 Pages - Clipping, W.E. Hopper, "American Serviceman" - W.S. Austin Re: Locating Guided Missile Plant to Kentucky - Chamber of Commerce of Honolulu, HI, Armed Services Committee, L.B. Johnson, Honolulu, HI; Re: Continuance of Training of Army Ground Forces in Hawaii, 3 Pages - W. Hayes Re: Communist Propaganda; FBI, J.E. Hoover; Open Letter, "Liberation, The Truman Way"; S. Nearing on Soviet Union, Russia, "As Others See Us", "A Call to Action" - R.H. Gonzalez, Memorandum, Clipping Re: M. Munoz, "Constitution of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico" - R.H. Hill, Pamphlet, Filson Club, Kentucky Historical Society - H.G. Hoffman Re: Circus Saints And Sinners Club - Immigration Case Hadgidimitriou / Dimitriou / Pappas, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - H - June to December (Folder B) - F.B. Harris, U.S. Senate Chaplain; Clipping Re: Lack of Honor, Corruption - Immigration Case Hurst - Immigration Case Heyman - R.K. Handley; Clipping, G. Peck, "Social Security Swindle" - Parole Case Hedges - N.S. Keith, Housing and Home Finance Agency, Slum Clearance and Urban Development Program, R.M. Foley; Housing Act of 1949, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - I to L - Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Association, Preliminary Report, 6 Pages - Independent Editorial Services, Newsletter, Editorials on the Chicago Convention Re: Nomination of Democratic Presidential Candidate, 3 Pages - Social Security Benefits Case Long - Immigration Case Reverend Lee - M. Le Pleux, Cartoons, Clippings, "Ex-Senator Shortridge Dies at 90", "200 Rebel State GOP Leaders Come to Bury Governor Warren", Amendment 1, "His anger Curls Up", "The Last Man Club", etc. - Parole Case Lawson - Liberal Party, New York State, National Legislative Program, 16 Pages; Liberal Party Statement on Foreign Affairs, 3 Pages - Lists of Books from the Library of Congress on Loan by A.W. Barkley, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - M - January to May (Folder A) - Ambassador Morgenstierne, Address of 15 December 1951 at Air Force Base in Chandler, AZ, Re: Training Centers in Texas; Norwegian Embassy, Washington, D.C. - R.I. Marion, American Agriculturist's Ninth Annual Forum, Articles Re: More Stable Economic Basis; "Freedom Is Your Business", Honor - L.H. MacMorran, 5-Page-Letter Re: Denmark, Breach of Contract, Senate Appropriations Committee; Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA), Marshall Plan - City of St. Louis-Division of Health, Weekly Newsletter, Statistics on Communicable Diseases - D.E. Metzger, Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, Hawaii Statehood - Middlesborough Chamber of Commerce, Location of Plant, Defense Production Administration - Metcalfe Engagement Agency, National Lecture Management, Inc. Re: "Best Teller" Awards - Michael Case, Wage Stabilization Board, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - M - June to December (Folder B) - KFAR Truman Dinner, F. Monosson - Michael Case, Wage Stabilization Board; Appeal for Review, 3 Pages - M.J. Miller, War Pensions, Clipping - Immigration Case Meissner - Immigration Case Metcalf - Mellon Case, Claim for Loss of Foreign Bonds; Department of State Letters, 5 Pages; Treasury Department - Immigration Case Moy - International Claims Commission Case Mirkov - Mundt Claim, Office of Alien Property - V. Miller Suggestions, Democratic Platform Statement for Governor A.E. Stevenson - Retirement Benefits Case N.C. Miller - Massachusetts Social Security Association; R.H. Long, R.L. Owen, Statements, 4 Pages, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Mc - McLaughlin, Korea Evacuation Claim, Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA), Proposed Bill - The Pittsburgh Press, "Policy for Asia"; McKee Statement Re: Chinese Communists, Formosa, Communism, General de Lattre, Acheson Policy - American Red Cross, H.S. Truman Letter Re: McChesney Martin, Jr., as Chairman for the 1952 Fund Campaign - D.D. McConnell Re: Eisenhower Speech in High School, Clippings, Kansas City Star - McHale, National Committee for a Free Europe (NCFE) - J.P. McGranery, Attorney General of the U.S., Address, 27 May 1952, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - N - National Jewish Youth Conference, Pamphlet With Background - National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Program - National Science Foundation (NSF); Graduate Fellowships Awarded, 40 Pages - National Committee for Labor Israel, A.W. Barkley Statement - J.H. Neumeyer Re: Wool Loan Program Proposed by the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC); Suggestions - National Capital Sesquicentennial Commission, Memorandum - National Joint Conference Committee New Harlem Tenants League, Resolutions - National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Barkley Biography, 3 Pages - J.T. Sanders, Farm Problem and Farm Programs, Statement, 5 Pages - National Association of Letter Carriers, News Release Re: Democratic Platform, Telegram; List of Members of the Platform Drafting Committee - National Council for Prevention of War, Open Letter to Republican Platform Committee, 6 Pages - Civilian Conservation Corps Memorial, Statement, 4 Pages - Pamphlet by…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - O - Social Security Case O'Neill, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - P - January to April (Folder A) - Mayor of Paducah, R.C. Cherry, Topics, Territory to Be Included in the National Defense Area - Housing and Home Finance Agency Re: R.M. Foley Funds for Slum Clearance Project - Kentucky Flood Control Projects, Statement by the Engineer, 3 Pages; Pineville, KY; Committee on Appropriations for Civil Functions, Statement, 7 Pages - Prudential Insurance Agents Strike, Fact Sheet; Poster; AFL-CIO - E.T. Paca, Bill Re: Oath of Office - F. P. Granela, Constitution of Puerto Rico - National Society of Pershing Rifles, Honorary Membership - FBI Case R.J. Porter - E.T. Peterson, The Daily Oklahoman, Re: Crystallization of Views on Isolationism - R.V. Green, Paducah, KY; Committee for an Armory - Progressive Farmer Re: Price Controls, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - P - May to December (Folder B) - Illinois Central Railroad (ICRR) vs. McCracken County Fiscal Court Re: Loss of Train Service, Resolution - Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), C.B. Aitchison; E. Pittwood Re: Warehouse Leases along the West Coast; Antitrust Act; History of Spokane, WA - R.C. Cherry, Mayor of Paducah, KY, Re: Annexing of Property for the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC); Application to the Housing and Home Finance Agency; Clippings Re: Approved Sewer Project; Ordinance Re: Charges for Water; Luckman Re: Expansion - J.W. Price Requesting Control of Labor Leaders to Control Strikes, Communism - Social Security Case M.M. Posey - Immigration Case Poole - H.A. Pinney Re: Chicago Convention, A.W. Barkley Arrival 18 July 1952 - Philadelphia Civil Defense Council, Resolution, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - R - R.R. Renne, U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA), Philippines - Robida Case, Department of the Army, Grievance Re: R.C. Bing; Robida Court-Martial in Japan - Roper Application - Roberts Appeal - Social Security Case Radford, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S - Selim, H.B.K., "An Egyptian Look at America", 12 Pages - E.J. Stahr Address of the Kentucky Press Association (KPA), Press Release, on National Defense Against Communism, 8 Pages - Letter Re: Wedding of Anne Carleton Hadley and Weldom Behrend, 12 June 1952; A.W. Barkley Stepdaughter - A. Somoza, Embassy of Nicaragua, Telegram - Honorary Award of the Senior Citizen Hobby Center of Paducah, KY, 25 July 1952 - J. Spedifor, Chauffeur of Henry Ford; Chicago Convention, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - T - Office of the Sergeant At Arms Re: Public Law 254, Contingent Expenses of the Senate - Tutin Case, Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) Loan - Thompson Case, Social Security - A.M. Tebelen, Turkish Embassy, C. Bayar, President of the Turkish Republic, Turkey, Visiting Turkish Troops in Korea Against Communism - M.E. Tydings, Attorney Re: A.W. Barkley Remark on Communists in the Government, McCarthyism, McCarran Report - Toncish Re: Release of American Pilots Downed in Communist Hungary - P.S. Truman Re: Massachusetts Senators in 1850 - H.S, Truman Letter - Taylor County, KY, Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation - Invitation, Temple Isaiah Israel, Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Senator Douglas - Twitchell Re: Moral Re-Armament, AFL Labor Article on Miami Bus Strike, Louisville Labor Dispute, 6 March 1952 - Thompson Passport Case - Taffet Application for a Position - Tukey Application for a Patent Re: Rust and Iron, Department of Commerce, Patent…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - U,V - Senator Th.R. Underwood, Lexington Herald Re: Presidential Possibilities, 14 February 1952 - F. Van, Mayo's Two Week Diet - W. Vaughan, Democratic National Committee Appointment, Campaign Radio Arrangements, Role of Radio (and Television) in the Campaign, 1952

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Miscellaneous and Personal - W - January to June (Folder A) - P.D. White, A.W. Barkley Re: Trip to the Far East, His Health - W.L. Wallace Re: Appointment for Judgeship - WCKY, L.B. Wilson; TV Channel for Cincinnati; History, Background Information, Proposal, 3 Pages - E.F. Watkins Re: Labor Case Before the National Labor Relations Board; The Gunnison Homes, Inc. - F. Pace, Jr., Department of the Army, Invitation to West Point - E. Wilson, "What One Woman Knew", a Play; Clipping - H.S. Lackey, Henderson Broadcasting Company Re: F.R. Wolfe - Social Security Case Wells - W. Watts, A.W. Barkley Re: His Duties as Vice President - J.A. Wheeler Manuscript, Freedom of Choice and Democracy" - R.B. Wood, Clipping Re: 90th Birthday - Woodridge Stamp Club Re: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Stamp - P.D. White Re: Attitude of Appropriation Committees, Research Funds, National Institutes of Health (NIH); Testimony to the Subcommittee on Appropriations, 13 March 1952, 4 Pages; House…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - W - July to December (Folder B) - Ware Re: Flags from the Capitol Building, Washington, D.C. - Passport Case J.L. White - C. Watkins, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Muskogee Area, Inheritance Claim; Indian Claims Commission - Passport Case Williamson - West Kentucky Coal Company, National Labor Relations Board; Department of Labor, Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Division, 4 August 1952; United Mine Workers of America, 16 June 1952; "Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and West Kentucky Coal Company", Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, Memorandum, 5 Pages - M. White, Cane from Peru - Westmoreland Case, Sentence Commutation - A.D. Ward, 1952 Labor Day Message, Pamphlet - Parole Case Whitmire - Visa Case K. Winter - R.G. Wells, Judge Swinford Appointment - H.L. Walker, American Embassy in Tehran, Iran - F.L. Weir, Death, Clippings, Owensboro, KY - D.R. Wolf Re: Clipping on Need to Supplement Congressional Income at Time of A.W. Barkley's Wife's…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - X, Y, Z - Yeshivah Torah Vodaath and Mesivta, Pamphlet and Invitation - K. Yamashita, Proposal Re: "The Japanese American Economic Alliance Research Organization", 22 Pages; Letter of Introduction by the Governor of Nebraska; W. Jennings Bryan, Jr.; Member List - J. Zirnheld, Lee Luvisi Concert, Bruce Appointment to Judgeship after 12 Years, 1952

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Parent's Magazines - Book, B. Kornitzer, "Fathers and Sons" and Hermitage House Review - Companion, "For the First Time the Five Eisenhower Brothers Tell: What Our Family Meant to US", July 1954 - Ladies' Home Journal, B. Kornitzer, "Einstein Is My Father", April 1951 - A.W. Barkley Re: His Father, 3 Pages - The Paducah Sun-Democrat," Hungarian Exile Here to Gather Facts About Barkley for Book" - Excerpts from Author's Preface, 5 Pages - Facts About J.W. Barkley, 9 Pages, 1952

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Poland - Polish National Democrats - Book, A. Liebfeld on Polish Iron Works, Steel, Railway (in Polish Language ? ) With Inscriptions, 1952

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Press Conferences - White House, The President - 3 January 1952, Statement by the President, News Release; 24 January 1952; 31 January 1952; 7 February 1952; 14 February 1952, Statement by the President, News Release; 20 February 1952, 28 February 1952; 17 April 1952; 24 April 1952; 1 May 1952; 15 May 1952; 22 May 1952; 29 May 1952; 5 June 1952; 12 June 1952; 19 June 1952; 3 July 1952, 1952

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Public Relations - Engagement Agency, TV Shows, Lectures, Columns, etc. - National Concerts and Artists Corporation (NCAC): S. Warlick Correspondence, Memoirs, Radio and Television Program, Re: Columbia Lecture Series, Clippings Re: ABC-Paramount Merger and the Metropolitan Opera, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Approval, etc., Re: Doubleday and Company Negotiations - C.F. Gannon, Public Relations Business, Re: Television Program; C.A. Cox - Globe Syndicate, M.F. Bourjaily Re: Daily Commentaries - United Feature Syndicate Re: Joining as a Writer - Requests: Life Magazine; U.S. Congress, Periodical Press Galleries, F. McNaughton Re: Book; Getts, Inc.; J. Goldberg Re: TV Program; This Week Magazine- Columbia Lecture Bureau, E. Giesen: Re: Lecture Tour; A.W. Barkley Re: the Speeches He Gives, Right to Choose; Pamphlet, "Bring a Town Hall to Your Community"; Columbia Artists Management, Inc., A. Judson; Rotary Circle, C.W. Baker - F. Mc Naughton, Time, Inc., Life Magazine, TV…

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Senate Appointments - Congressional Record, Daily Digest, 6 February 1952: Bills Introduced, Bills Reported, Committee Meetings - Appointment of Senate Members to the Military Academies - Appointment to Represent the Senate in the Capitol Sesquicentennial Commission - Appointments to the Legislative Branch - 1951 Expiration of the International Agreement With Mexico, Need for Representation of the Committee of Labor and Public Welfare, Import of Foreign Workers - Appointments as International Wheat Council Delegates, Senators H.A. Smith, C.W. Tobey, Foreign Relations Committee, K.T. Hutchison, Secretary of Agriculture - World Health Organization (WHO) Assembly, Appointment of Congressional Advisors; Proposals for Agenda, 5 Pages - Committee on the Judiciary, Joint Committee on Immigration and Nationality Policy, Appointments; P. McCarran - R.E. Flanders Appointment to Attend the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association - Appointments to the Committee Investigating the Information Program…

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Stevenson, A.E. - Stevenson Campaign; W.W. Wyatt, Campaign Manager - Barkley Residence Luncheon, 27 September 1952 - Lists: Invited Guests, Governor Stevenson's Party, Members of the Press, McCracken County Officials, Cars from Airport to Angles, Kentucky Congressional Delegation, City of Paducah Officials, Newspapers in First District, Angles Group - Proposed Schedule for Governor Stevenson in Paducah and Louisville, KY; Stevenson Midwest Tour, 1952

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet - Correspondence: Cataract Operation, 7 February 1952; Thomas Brady Death, 13 June 1952; List of Bonds for Israel Engagements, September / October 1952; American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel; Hospital Stay, 22 November 1952, 1952

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Transportation Schedules, 1952

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Tribute to A.W. Barkley - Congressional Record, Vol. 98, No. 34, Pages 1825-1828, 4 March 1952, 1952

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence: Re: Prime Minister Churchill-President Truman Joint Statement, U.S. / Great Britain Communique Re: Middle East and NATO, 9 January 1952, 2 Pages - Coal Mine Disaster Report, 7 Pages, Re: West Frankfort, IL; Need for Action to Prevent Fatalities - Ratification of Japanese Treaty, Worry Re: the China Lobby - Expressing Gratification Re: Reorganization of the Internal Revenue Department - Steel Case, 3 Pages, 21 April 1952; Proposed Amendments to the Third Supplemental Appropriation Bill Cause Restriction of Funds for the Operation of Steel Mills, Re: Paralysis of Governmental Operations in an Emergency, Need for Affirmative Legislation, National Security Issue, Worry that a Shutdown of the Steel Mills Will Cause Defenselessness of the Troops in Korea, Taft-Hartley-Act, Recommendation for Settlement, Wage Increase Suggested by the Wage Stabilization Board - H.S. Truman's 68th Birthday - J.C. Metcalfe, Engagement Agency, Representing a Number of Senators…

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United Jewish Appeal - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau, Engagement Agency, Julia Taffet - Dinner Address, Cancelled, 1952

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United Steelworkers of America - Invitation to Speak, 14 May 1952, 1952

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Variety Club; U.S. Steelworkers Variety Club - Banquet, 20 January 1952 - Suggested Topic: Korea Visit, 1952

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White House News Photo Association, Library of Congress Award - Invitation to Speak, 8 March 1952, 1952

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Voice of America, International Broadcasting Service, Department of State, U.S. International Information Administration - Suggested Statement Re: Czechoslovak National Holiday, 28 October 1952, Re: Communism - Czechoslovakia - Czech Republic, 1952

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Barkley, A.W. - Handwritten Letters, Holography - Letter Re: Senator Chamberlain of Oregon, 1953

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Business Proposals - Re: "Veep Hotels", Establishment of Bluegrass Enterprises, Financing Suggested Enterprise, etc. - Vanguard Press Re: Book - C.G. Tachau, Louisville Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Pamphlet / Financial Statement, 1953

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Conference of the Interparliamentary Union (IPU), Washington, D.C., 9-14 October 1953 - Additional Information; Article, F. Dunham, "Interparliamentary Union Meets in Bern, Switzerland"; 1952 Program ; Circular No. 7; News Release, 7 August 1953, 20 August 1953; UN Correspondence, C.A. Hogan Re: Resolution 475 on Slavery, 23 June 1953; Economic and Social Council Resolution, 2 Pages; Problems in the Study of Slavery, 3 Pages - News Release, 14 November 1953, Financial Report - Participant List, 28 Pages, 1953

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Donations - Requests, 1953

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Esquire Magazine, J.S. Milgram, A.W. Barkley Comments Re: Article - R. Gehman Correspondence, 1953

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Greetings - Birthday, Anniversary, 1953

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Greetings - Christmas, 1953

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Invitations - Accepted - A to M (Folder A) - American Legion Home - Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Association - Ballard Memorial High School - Burley and Dark Leaf Tobacco Export Association Convention - Beth Israel Hospital - Canada Israel Securities Ltd., State of Israel Bonds, Silverberg Biography - Cleveland Bar Association - Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities - U.S. Conference of Mayors - C. Carson, Broadway Methodist Church - News Release, Central College, Fayette, MO, 27 October 1953, 4 Pages - etc., 1953

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Invitations - Accepted - N to Q (Folder B) - National Lecture Management, Engagement Agency, V. Metcalfe - Yeshiva University, Medical College Campaign, Fact Sheet, 4 Pages - National Father's Day Committee, Pamphlet, A.W. Barkley Award, 28 May 1953 - National Industrial Advertisers Association (NIAA), Speech, 1 Page - 1953 National Water Well Exposition, Summary Program - Columbia Lecture Bureau, Inc., Engagement Agency, Re: Engagement With the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce - F.H. McGraw and Company, Safety Award presentation, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission - etc., 1953

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Invitations - Accepted - R to Z (Folder C) - Clipping, "Veep to Attend Benefit Ravenswood Banquet"; W.C. Marland, Governor of West Virginia; News Release, WV Industrial and Publicity Commission, 4 Pages - The Sales Executive Club of Chicago, Invitation to Speak, 24 April 1953; Suggestions of Topics, M.H. Kennelly, Mayor of Chicago - Shoe Sales Data 1939-1948; Invitation to Speak, 17 June 1953; Background Information, Suggestions - University of Maryland - University of Kentucky - Georgetown University - Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Louisville, KY; L.W. Wetherby, Governor of Kentucky - The New York Times Youth Forums, Pamphlet, 1953

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Invitations - Declined - A to C (Folder A) - W.A. Harriman Dinner - American-Korean Foundation, Inc.; Clippings, "Korea Post Taken by Dr. Eisenhower"; M.S. Eisenhower, "A Message to the American People about Korea" - Bookmobile Project Statement, "So That All May Read", 13 Pages - Colgate University, Conference on American Foreign Policy, Brochure, 20 Pages; C.R. Wilson, Theme: "Power, Peace, and Politics: Creating Situations of Strength", 1953

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Invitations - Declined - D to K (Folder B) - United Daughters of the Confederacy, Convention Call for 1953 - Pamphlet, Wilson Post Tattler, South Philadelphia; Congressman J.P. McGranery - The Philadelphia Inquirer, "14 Philadelphia Schools Graduate 3686"; Grace Presbyterian Church, Grace Youth Fellowship Citation; Pamphlet - Grandview Methodist Church; Poster, "Arise and Build..." - New York Herald Tribune, W. Millis, "Arms and Men" Re: Senator Taft, National Defense Buildup, Dislike of Truman - Brochure, Mackinac Island Program "Sounding Board", Summer Radio Programs, C. King, 1953

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Invitations - Declined - L to R (Folder C) - Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, Financial and Annual Report - Bald Knob Christian Foundation, Inc., Brochure - National Lecture Management, Engagement Agency, V. Metcalfe Re: Kiwanis Club, 1953

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Invitations - Declined - S to Z (Folder D) - News from Cooperative for American Remittances (CARE), 15-Minute-Radioscript; Suggested Topics: U.S. Agricultural Surplus, 10 Pages - The Exchange Club, Brochure: "Patriotic Project-Freedom Shrines" - Pineville, KY; Pineville Flood Protection Project, Ground Breaking Ceremonies - Grace Youth Fellowship Brochure, Presbyterian Church - Virginia Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) Council, Brochure With Resolutions and Amendments - WOR Entertainment Bureau, Engagement Agency - Methodist Church, Brochure, "Recreative World Order", 1953

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Invitations - Social - Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, "ADL Freedom Forum", Program: Mrs. E. Roosevelt, H.H. Humphrey, The President - Reception in Honor of their Majesties, King and Queen of the Hellenes, Greece - Ambassador of Japan Reception - Counselor of Afghanistan Reception - Kentucky Press Association - Kentucky Derby, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A to B - E. Williams, "Night Must Fall", a Play; A. Berger - Coronet, "I Married a Southerner" - E. Bustani, Statement, Presented to J. Foster Dulles, American University of Beirut, Re: Representative Outlook Throughout the Arab World - A. Bulova, Re: Policies of the New Administration - American Legion, Kentucky, Resolution, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C to D - Circus Saints And Seraphims, Poster - A. Davidson, B. Stuve, "A Complete History of Illinois from 1673 to 1884" - C. Clemens, International Mark Twain Society, Barkley History, Biography, 6 Pages - A.B. Chandler Telegram - A.G. Carter, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Re: Grand Champ Steer; Clipping, Editorial, "Get the Government out of Business" - N. Cambron, A.W. Barkley Re: Cataract Operations, Blindness; 11 May 1953; 2 Pages - Kentucky YMCA, Pamphlet - M. Dittenheimer Re: Letter to Senator Kefauver and Civil Defense, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - E to G - E.A. Surine, A.W. Barkley Requiring Re: Atom Project, Progress Report, "Commercial Atomic Power", 9 Pages - Clippings, "Hambone's Meditations", a Cartoon - J.G. Flanery, Clippings: Kentucky Colonel, P. Congleton - J. Frazier, A.W. Barkley Re: Information on and Function of the House of Representatives - Henry Ford II, A.W. Barkley Friendship - Senator R. E. Flanders, Committee on Armed Services, S. Con. Res. 32 Re: Universal Disarmament, President Eisenhower Foreign Policy; Congressional Record, "Universal Guaranteed Disarmament" - R.W. Fleming Re: Tax Exempt Bonds, Lists of Tax Exempt Municipal Securities, Rates, Maturities, Yields - B. Balaban, ADL Freedom Forum - K. Galloway, Music Scores and Lyrics by Galloway, Parkinson's Disease Foundation - R.P. Griffin, Clipping Re: the State of Israel and Communism - H. Collett, Governor Tour, Importance of Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Tourism Development in Western Kentucky, A.W. Barkley Telegram Re: His…

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Miscellaneous and Personal - H to J - E. Hunt Re: Position at National Science Foundation (NSF) - A.W. Barkley to J. Edgar Hoover - Signed Bob Hope Letter - J. Hager, Editor, The Light, A.W. Barkley Message to be Published September 1953, Re: Freedom, Welfare of the Jewish People, State of Israel - A.F. Hecker, Book Advertisement, J.T. Flynn, "The Roosevelt Myth" Re: the New Deal, Communism - Federal Communications Commission (FCC), TV Broadcast Applications, Paducah, KY; Public Notice, 8 Pages - B.T. Hickok Re: Documentaries / Movies for Congressional Committees; Hydroelectric Power, Shipbuilding - Christian Patriotic Rally, L. Hall, Republican National Committee, Anti-Defamation League of the International Jewish order (ADL), B'nai B'rith and President Eisenhower, 5 Pages - H.H. Humphrey, Committee on Foreign Relations, Junior Chamber of Commerce Invitation - Stewart, C.H., Veterans Administration (VA), Board of Veterans Appeals, 2 Pages, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - K to Mc - Re: Anti-Semitism in Russia - Baird, "Political Speaking in 1952: A Symposium" - Oregon True Blue Republicans, Senator Cordon, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - M to O - Veterans of Foreign Wars, Resolution - Anti-Semitism in Russia, Letter to D.D. Eisenhower - Erickson, Musical Scores, "My Old Kentucky Home" - Letter Re: Chicago Tribune Editorial on Internationalism, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - P to R - J.E. Ransdell Biography, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S to T - Senator Jennings, Jr., Statement, Jefferson National Expansion, Memorial Bill, 1953

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Miscellaneous and Personal - U to Z - Board of Governors Annual Meeting Re: Proxy Voting - G.D. Woodruff, Photo - Honorary Degree of Doctor of Law, Woodward, Central College, 1953

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Oil Business - Kentucky Oil Royalty Sale to Ashland Oil - Trusteeship of A.W. Barkley, 1953

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Public Relations - Articles, Columns, Lectures, Radio Presentations, TV Shows, 1953

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Public Relations - Autographs, Photographs, 1953

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Public Relations - TV - "Meet the Veep" - January to February - P.S. Cadbury, A Businessman's Report on Russia", "Explaining Soviet Russia" - "American-Jewish Tercentenary-Scope and Theme", 1953

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Public Relations - TV - "Meet the Veep" - March to June - Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Brochure - Spot Announcements - Kup's Column - Clippings: Soviet Russia, China, Mao - Ted Malone Column - D. Pirie-Beyea Re: Reciprocal Trade Act and Smoot-Hawley Law; Booklet, "Mrs. D. Pirie-Beyea, Lecturer", State Department of Health, 1953

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Public Relations - TV - "Meet the Veep" - July to September - Stalin / Roosevelt Meeting - J.S. Thompson, "Earned Income-Public and Private", 1953

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Public Relations - TV - "Meet the Veep" - Scripts - March to July, 1953

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Retirements - Correspondence, 1953

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Roosevelt, F.D. - Roosevelt Foundation - By-Laws - Project: Freedom from Want, 1953

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Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Engagement Agency - Julia Taffett - Correspondence, 1953

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Transportation Schedule, 1953

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence, 1953

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Truman Library - Board of Trustees Meeting, Minutes - Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Statement - List of Contributions and Assets - Fund Raising - Press Release, Income and Expenditures - Article, D.D. Lloyd, "Presidential Papers and How They Grew", 1953

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Correspondence - Anonymous, 'Crank' Letters, 1954

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Donations - Requests, 1954

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Greetings - Anniversary, Christmas, 1954

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Invitations - A to Z - News Release Re: Lead, Clean Water - Civitan, Booklet, 1954

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Invitations - Accepted - A to F (Folder A) - Kentucky Peace Officers Convention, Resolution, 1954

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Invitations - Accepted - G to K (Folder B) - Henry Clay, "The Salt River Story", Kentucky, 1954

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Invitations - Accepted - L to Q (Folder C) - Kentucky Peace Officers Association - National Retail Hardware Association, Program - The National Exchange Club, Resolution, 1954

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Invitations - Accepted - R to Z (Folder D) - Transylvania College, Lexington, KY; Speech, M. Henry / Henri Bonnet - Democratic Party State Advisory Committee, H.V. Wall, Statement - Mississippi Democratic Advisory Committee, Resolution - Clipping Re: Senator's Speech on Youth in Politics, 1954

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Invitations - Declined - A to D - Midway, KY; Midway Junior College, Information, 1954

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Invitations - Declined - E to K - Young Democratic Clubs, 1954

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Invitations - Declined - L to R - "Chloe Gifford: Kentucky Presents Second Vice President", Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs - The Gridiron Club, 1954

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Invitations - Declined - S to Z - Barkley Ancestors, Genealogy, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Photographs, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - A - Th. R. Amlie, "Let's Look at the Record" (1951), a Book - American Christian Palestine Committee (ACPC), Brochure - American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs, "No Arms for States Without Peace in the Middle East", Memorandum - Jamali, Iraq Delegation Chief, on Arms for the Arabs, Press Release, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - B (Folder A) - American Christian Palestine Committee (ACPC) - Letter by T. Breckinridge Re: Vice Presidential Desk - C. Bowles, "Some Observations on Foreign Policy Prompted by Secretary Dulles's Speech", 25 Pages - L. Brownlow, Autobiography, "The Paducah Interlude", 16 Pages - Clover Business Letter, March Issue, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - B (Folder B) - Commencement Address at Stanton, Photograph - The Trimble Rotarian, Weekly Publication, 2 June 1954 - Clipping of the Shutdown of Apprenticeship Bureaus by the Department of Labor - J.M. Symes, "Preparedness in Transportation, Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 11 Pages - Official Returns, Pike County Democratic Campaign Committee, Kentucky, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C (Folder A) - Distilled Spirits Institute, Kentucky Distillers Association, H.R. 5407, Extension of the Bonded Period - WAVE Newsroom, Brochure - Kentucky Committee for the "Right to Work", Pamphlets, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - C (Folder B) - Governor L.W. Wetherby Re: Citizenship, Compiled Suggestions, 12 Pages - List of Available Speeches, The Quarterly Journal of Speech -Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Newsletter - CBS TV Announcement, Extension of Network Programs - J.L. Call, "Government by Decree Through Executive Agreement", Baylor Law Review, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - D - Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), "The TVA Problem", 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - E to F - Rev. J.H. Elder, "American Christians Must Conquer McCarthyism" - Eastern Kentucky Center (EKC), Foreign Policy Association, Center of International Relations, Statement - Congressional Record Re: J.A. Farley Editorials - Election Poll by Babson's - Statement Re: A.W. Barkley's Way Back to God, Religion, Church, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - G - House Appropriations Committee, Coal Industry, Flood Control - Green River Valley League - Appointment as Postmaster, Application, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - H (Folder A) - Clipping Re: Barkley's Address to General Assembly of Kentucky - Clipping Re: Eisenhower's Hinshaw Bill Signing, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - H (Folder B) - Henry County Soil Conservation District (SCD), Report, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - I to J - U.S. Territorial Expansion, Memorial Commission, Meeting, Minutes, 6 Pages, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - K - Governor's Commission on Adult Education, "Kentucky Fights Illiteracy" - Thomas Cowan House, 1775, Clipping and Will - Clipping, St. Lawrence Seaway, Canada; The Chinese World Newspaper, Article on Chinese Industrialist - Leroy Kiger, Petition - Clippings Re: Price Support Program - Widow's Pension, Clipping and Statement - Robinson-Patman Anti-Price Discrimination Act, a Bill, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - L - Appointments, Positions - Clipping, Column, "Capitol Stuff", Re: Senator L.B. Johnson, "He Will Listen to Rayburn", 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - M - Clipping, Stewart Alsop, "Ike's Big Stake in Kentucky Election", D.D. Eisenhower - WVLK, "Tobacco Forum" Presenting A.W. Barkley, J.S. Cooper - Tobacco Company, Philip Morris and Company, Annual Meeting of Stockholders, Remuneration of Directors and Officers, Election Nominees Biographies, Number of Stocks Held, Compensation Fund Plan, Selection of Auditors, 7 Pages; Management Proxy, - Clipping, "Barkley Outlines Political Creed" - Clipping, "Soviet People Have Paid Dearly for the Revolution", Lenin, Trotzky, Stalin; Russia, Communism, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - N to P - Community Development Contest Summary, Oldham County, KY - Statement on Strengthening the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Free Trade, Clipping Re: A.W. Barkley's Endorsements and Address - The Townsend Plan, Clipping - H.H. Humphrey Re: Unemployment, Clipping, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - Q to R - Clipping Re: A.W. Barkley Address to the General Assembly of Kentucky; Re: "Right to Work" Bill - P. Rosecrans, Correspondence, Photograph - O.S. Rosner / J.A. Farley or James J. Farley Association, Biography - Clipping, Kentucky Primary Election, A.W. Barkley - Letter in Hebrew (?) by Rabinowitz, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S - January to June (Folder A) - Clipping, Owensboro, KY, "Barkley Bestows Kiss" - E.E. Stanchfield Presidential Prints, Clippings 1951-1954 - National Association of Retired Civil Engineers (NARCE) Newsletter, 4 Pages; "In Union There Is Strength" - J. Spurlock, Pamphlet Re: Government Ownership and National Currency Control, "The Beginning of the End" - Clipping, "Farm Subsidy Data Now Public", 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - S (Folder B) - P.A. Strachan Re: Bills for the Handicapped, President of the Federation of the Physically Handicapped; Statement, 11 Pages - E.F. Seaton, Public Service Commission, Statement, Atomic Plant Location, Paducah, KY; AEC; 2 Pages - The Smoke Abatement League Re: Citizen's Organization for Cleaner Air, 3 Pages Louisville Courier-Journal Re: Ground Observer Corps, National Defense, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - T - Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Newsletters, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - U to V - Episcopal League for Social Action, Resolution - United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America (UE), Press Release - Majority Policy Committee, "The Republican Pursuit of American Communists" - Vrooman, "The Washington Predicament", 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - W - January to June - American Israeli Cattle Corporation, Invitation to Become a Member on the Advisory Board, Fact Sheet - Clippings, A.W. Barkley Against Farm Program Supported by the Republican Administration and on Flood Control; 16 February 1954 - R.O. Wilson Re: Race for Senator in the Fall - Signed Letter by Governor L.W. Wetherby - Foreign Relations Committee Invitation to Hearing - Clippings, A.W. Barkley at Democratic Rally, Race for Congress, Candidates for the Democratic Nomination, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - W - July to December - J.M. Humphrey, "What the New Tax Law Does for You" - Wade Defense Committee, Statement, "They Broke the Unwritten Law", Bombing the Wade Home, 1954

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Miscellaneous and Personal - X to Z - C.F. Young, Lions Club, A.W. Barkley Re: Support of Legislation for the Improvement of Kentucky Waterways, Flood Control, Kentucky River - Pendleton Soil Conservation District Re: Federal Aid to Agriculture - H.C. Zimmerman, A.W. Barkley Re: Republican Senator McNary, Questionnaire, 1954

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Public Relations - Articles, Lectures, Radio, TV, 1954

  • Box 101, folder 1
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Public Relations - Autographs, 1954

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Public Relations - Book Publishers - Correspondence - Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. -Collier's Magazine - E.P. Dutton and Company, Inc. - Farrar, Straus, and Young, Inc. - Harper and Brothers - Henry Holt and Company, Inc.; Clipping, Variety, March 1952, "Lait's Rebuttal on 'Confidential'; Rudolph Halley Burns at Mortimer", Re: Action for Libel - Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. - McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc. - G.P. Putnam's Son Book Publishers - Simon and Schuster, Inc. - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Book Publisher, 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Doubleday and Company, Inc. [Includes 1949-1954} - A.W. Barkley Re: Contract, 8 February 1954 - 'Dedication', 'Acknowledgement' - Doubleday Publicity Questionnaire - Assignment of Copyright, 1 Page - List of Pictures and Documents Taken from Sidney Shalett for Barkley Book - Statement, Conditions Governing the Recording of Talking Books, 1 Page, 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Correspondence - Agreement Between Curtis Publishing Company and A.W. Barkley, 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Articles, Correspondence - A to D (Folder A) - D.B. Allen, Open Letter, "Are You for Majority Rule?" - J.W. Canada, "Life at Eighty", Brochure, 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Articles, Correspondence - E to L (Folder B), 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Articles, Correspondence - M to R (Folder C), 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Articles, Correspondence - S to Z (Folder D) - Senator G.A. Smathers Re: Chicago Convention of 1952, Re: Double Cross and Back Stabbing by Labor Leaders; Proposal of a National Primary System for Selection of Candidates; S. J. Res. 85 to Amend to the Constitution Relating to the Nomination and Selection of Candidates for President and Vice President - Correspondence With the Widow of Tennessee Governor Robert L. Taylor (1850-1912); Re: Governor Taylor's Yearly Lectures - Statement, Senator O.M. James Re: President Wilson Nomination 14 June 1916 - J.M. Van Valkenburgh Re: General MacArthur - Correspondence Re: Barkley's Saturday Evening Post Article of 22 May 1954 With Henry A. Wallace, Vice President under F.D. Roosevelt, 1941-1945; Discussion Re: Barkley's Career in February 1944, Fallout Between Roosevelt and Barkley, War Revenue Bill, Tax Bill; Barkley Speech 23 February 1944; L. Hill Re: the President, Re…

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Articles - Correspondence Re: Articles, Book - A to D (Folder A) - Review of "That Reminds Me" for America as Requested by Editor, 3 Pages - B.M. Baruch Re: Roosevelt's Attempt to Purge A.W. Barkley, A.W. Barkley Re: His First Campaign in 1926; A.B. Chandler Candidacy and F.D. Roosevelt Against A.W. Barkley - Broadcast Music Inc., The Book Parade, Review of Books, Radio Program, 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Articles - Correspondence Re: Articles, Book - E to O (Folder B) - W.D. Upshaw, "Truman Is Human-That's the Reason Why" - D. Ferguson Review of Barkley's Book, 3 Pages - Clipping, "Richard Nixon on 'War Party' ", Re: A.E. Stevenson, H.S. Truman, World War - Clipping, New York Times, "For National Primaries-Reforms Believed Necessary in Our Nominating Procedures", 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Saturday Evening Post - Articles - Correspondence Re: Articles, Book - P to Z (Folder C) - L.S. Thompson, Review of Barkley's Book, 2 Pages; to Be Printed by Richmond News Leader - B.R. Taylor, The American Legion, Re: Autograph for the Memorial Library; News Release, National Public Relations Division, Re: Autographed Winston Churchill Books, Copy of Letter Signed by Edward, Duke of Windsor; England, Great Britain - Clipping, The Jackson Sun, 'Books In the News', "More Alben Barkleys Needed in America Today"; Reviewed by W. Chandler - W.F. Willcox, Letter to New York Times, Ithaca Journal-News Publication Re: Reapportionment of the House of Representatives; Suggestion to Introduce a B ill Re: Reduction of the House of Representatives, 1954

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Publishing Barkley's Memoir "That Reminds Me" - Sidney Shalett - Correspondence - Memorandum Re: Research Material for Further Development of the Barkley Story - Judge Bishop Biography, 1954

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Speech Engagement Agency - National Lecture Management - J.G. Metcalfe, 1954

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Speech Engagement Agency - Thomas Brady Speakers Bureau - Julia Taffet, 1954

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Stevenson, A.E. - Correspondence - Congratulations Re: Election to the Senate, November 1954, 1954

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Truman, H.S. - Correspondence - Re: Article in the Saturday Evening Post, One of Eight; Truman Book, Kentucky Affairs; Truman's 70th Birthday, 1954

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Appointments - Biography, E.Z. Fellman, Squire, Jerusalem, Palestine - Senator Fulbright Re: Luncheon With Foreign Students of the American Field Service, 1955

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Invitations - Accepted - British Parliament, Great Britain, England; Barkley Appointed Delegate to go to London - News Release, Senate Democratic Policy Committee, L.B. Johnson - Statement Re: Invitation to the House of Lords - Vice President, R.M. Nixon - Program Outline, 1955

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Invitations - Accepted - A to L (Folder A) - Historical Data, Ford Motor Company, Louisville, KY - Biography, H.D. Henshel, Armed Services Division; National Jewish Welfare Board - H. Raymond, "Reminiscences of the Early Days of the Jewish War Veterans of the USA" - A.W. Barkley, Burt Lancaster Movie, "The Kentuckian" - Southern Tuberculosis Conference - Statement, "Lister Hill-Statesman for Health", 5 Pages, 1955

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Invitations - Accepted - M to Z (Folder B), 1955

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Invitations - Declined - A to B, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - B, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - C to D, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - D to F, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - G to J - Jewish National Fund, Background Information, 3 Pages - Land-for-Security Assembly, Poster, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - K to M - Lexington Armed Forces Advisory Committee, Meeting, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - M to N, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - N to P - National Workshop on World Economic and Social Development, Background Information - Prevention of Blindness Society, Background Information, List of Goals, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - R to S - Nogales International, "Senator Barkley's Daughter to Visit at Ranch', Santa Cruz County Democratic Central Committee, Nogales, AZ ; Banquet, 1955

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Invitations - Declined - T to Z - Article, "Reds' Eye View of U.S.", Russian Movie, Russia, Soviet Union - Seminar on International Affairs, Topics - News Release, First Youth Ambassador of Good Will, Flight from Louisville, KY, to Cuba, 1955

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Miscellaneous - A - January to June - American Jewish Committee, Memorandum - United Association of Journeymen, Tax Information, Income Tax Laws - Letter to Vice President R.M. Nixon, 4 Pages; Mayor of Miami, FL - Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), Memo Re: H. Matusow Case, 2 Pages; Communism - Investment Service Section, Current Trends, Background Information - Merchant Marines, Resolutions Adopted - A. Burns, "President's Council on Economic Affairs, American Institute of Laundering, Statistics; Laundry Industry - Chamber of Commerce of the U.S., Newspaper, Washington Report, 18 February 1955 - Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital; Budget, Inventory - Conference of Jewish Organizations, Declaration of Policy - Editorial, "Freedom of Flight", Aviation, Air Fields, Airports - Textile Tariffs Cuts; Statement, Report, 4 Pages, 1955

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Miscellaneous - A - July to December - American Medical Association (AMA), Resolution No. 71 - U.S. Department of Agriculture, Emergency Loans, Brochure - Statement Re: Federal Surplus, Taxpayer's Loss, General Services Administration (GSA) - Council of Europe, Canadian Parliament, U.S. Congress Relations, Publication - Aircraft Industry, Background Information Re: Subcontracting and Supplying, 11 Pages - American Bar Association, Resolutions of the Committee on Customs Law - American Mining Congress, Declaration of Policy - Clipping, Dedication at Yeshiva, Einstein College - Clipping, Berlin Airlift, Germany, 1955

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Miscellaneous - B - January to March - Roosevelt's 'The New Deal' Era, Cartoon Re: Barkley's Win in the Election for U.S. Senate - Clipping, Life in Russian Slave Camps, Russia, Soviet Union - Leaflet Re: Prevention of Spread of Communism - Clipping Re: Approaching China - Kentucky Low Rent Housing Programs, Statistics - Public Relations Re: Peace Between Railroads and Truckers; Transportation - Annual Report, Soil Conservation District (SCD), Clinton County, KY - Library of Congress Re: Butterflies - Clipping Re: 'De-Squirreling' the White House, Squirrel Story, Washington, D.C., 1955

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Miscellaneous - B - April - Corps of Engineers, Advance Notice to Prospective Bidders, Flood Protection, Barbourville, KY - Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, Booklet, 1955

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Miscellaneous - B - May to June - G.P. Boesler, Clipping, "Post Office Workers Abusing Sick Leave, General Accounting Office (GAO) Report Says" - Memorandum Re: Scientific Capitalism, 6 Pages - Bakra Dam Project; Bhakra, India; Re: Passive Attitude of the U.S. State Department, State Department Policies, 16 Pages - Clipping Re: Investigation of World War II Decisions by Eisenhower and Churchill, 1955

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Miscellaneous - B - July to October - P. Savoy, J.C. Holmes, Foreign Service, Tangier, Morocco; Stocks; Moroccan Bank - A. Bulova, A.W. Barkley in Support of Action on Customs Simplification Legislation; 'Upjeweling' Amendment; Hearing, Senate Finance Committee - R.L. Berry Invention, Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards - Reader's Digest, "Facts About Mental Illness" - Parole Case Brock - Visa Case Broeske - R.A. Blair Re: the Movie "The Kentuckian", Clipping - B.M. Baruch Tribute - Reader's Digest, "Pat Gorman, Harmonizer", a Labor Leader, Leadership - Civil Service Employees, Wage Schedule - Statement, American Jewish Congress, Subcommittee of the Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee, Hearings on Federal Employee Security Program, 13 Pages, 1955

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Miscellaneous - B - November to December - British Foreign Aide, H. McNeil, Great Britain, England; Clipping - C. Braden Sentenced for Helping an African-American Negro Citizen, Clipping - Bulova Watch Company, Anti-Trust Suit Against 24 Watch Makers; Clipping, 1955

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Miscellaneous - C - January to March - Sheboygan Press, Merit in Governor's Plan, Governor W.J. Kohler, Wisconsin - Clipping Re: A.W. Barkley's Desk and Chair, Senator Beall - Clipping, Guatemala Story - Marjorie Shearon Magazine, "Challenge to Socialism" - Newsletter, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, December 1954 - Washington Post Re: Miss Knight and New Deal Administration, State Department - Auction Sale, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Re: Paducah, KY, Farm Tracts and Homes - Memorandum Public Law 815, Murray, KY, Board of Education, 1955

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Miscellaneous - C - April to May - Correspondence Re: Freight Tariffs Imposed by L&N Railroad [Louisville And Nashville Railroad]; Supplements 156 and 21, Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) - G.A. Smathers, Resolution to Honor Churchill, Retiring Prime Minister of Great Britain for His Service to Freedom; England - Polio Vaccine, Lister Hill; Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, 1955

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Miscellaneous - C - June to July - Clipping, Editorial Re: Sharing of America's Abundance - Richard Nixon Re: "Caravan of the Americas" Idea and Brochure - E.C. Clements to E.W. Rawlings, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Re: Modification of the B-50D Aircraft; Bidding, E.W. Rawlings Re: Cook Electric Company; Memorandum, Re: Cook Electric Company to R. Essel; Memorandum, Re: Operation and Facility Study of Cook Electric Company; Bureau of Aeronautics, A. Soucek; Bureau of Aeronautics, J.S. Russell - Immigration Case Chen, Student from China, Immigration Act of 1924; S. 1328, Relief for Tsung Tao Chen - Clipping, Navy Times Re: Fortress of Tripoli, Marine Hero - Brochure Re: Fire Prevention, National Bureau for Lathing and Plastering; Building Codes to Be Changed - Resolution on Status of Forces, Treaty under the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) - Resolution Re: UNESCO - Resolution Re: Bricker Amendment - Resolution on the President's "Atoms for Peace" Plan; American Legion…

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Miscellaneous - C - August to October - U.S. Civil Service Commission, Federal Examinations Announcements, Local and Regional Examinations - Bulletin No. 135: Federal Spending Facts, 5 Pages; Appropriations Bill; Governmental Expenditures - Fort Campbell Housing Units, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) - Council Against Communist Aggression, Geneva Conference, Background Information, 8 Pages - 1954 Census of Agriculture - C.H. Craddock, Railroad Retirement Board, Appeals Council; Memorandum, West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, 5 Pages; Re: Service as Locomotive Engineer, 1955

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Miscellaneous - C - November to December - Council of Conservationists, Open Letter, Upper Colorado Project, Echo Park Dam, Flood Control - Text of the United Nations Arms Resolution; UN; Eisenhower's Address on Implementing Peace - Senator Fulbright Re: Investigation of the Stock Market; Banking, Commerce - Clipping, "Can Free Trade Solve Farm Crisis; Agriculture, 1955

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Miscellaneous - D - January to March - Charcoal Drawing of the Barkleys - 'The New Congress' Cartoon - Steve Pavlish Article, Lexington, KY; Tobacco - Support Prices for Wool, Department of Agriculture - H.R. 2449, Clinics for the Treatment of Chronic Alcoholics, Alcoholism - Prisoner's Relief Society, Prison Reform - Low Rent Public Housing, Article, Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY, 1955

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Miscellaneous - D - April to September - G.L. Donovan, A.W. Barkley Re: Cooperatives and Support of a New Law To Aid Agriculture; Tax Payments - Immigration Visa Case, F. Deouell, Israel - Judge V.C. Giblin, "The Kremlin and Senator Bricker" - J.M. Davis, "Tooth Decay"; Federal Government Laboratories Re: Tooth Decay, Fluor in Drinking Water; J.M. Davis, "The Dole" Re: Distribution of Governmental Funds - H.M. Davidow, Hecht Company Re: Their Public Service Advertisement, Poster, "Togetherness-America's New Declaration of Interdependence" - J.W. Dargavel, National Association of Retail Druggists (NARD), NARD Journal, Dargavel to Address British Parliament-Conferences Arranged With Business Leaders in England"; Proprietary Articles Trade Association, etc.; Small Business - Department of State, Leaflet, Information Re: the Refugee Relief Act of 1953 - Reader's Digest, "Should Unions Have Monopoly Power?", Labor Issues, 1955

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Miscellaneous - D - October to December - D. Dunker Re: Barkley Autobiography, List of Events Since 1906, 5 Pages - G. DeMott, Catalogue 1929-1930 of the Anterim Lyceum Bureau; A.W. Barkley Page 3; Lecture and Lyceum Platform; Engagement Agency, Anterim Service, Booking Circulars - A. DePaolo Re: U.S. Information Service (USIS); A.W. Barkley Re: His Vote in Support of Offsetting Russian Propaganda, Communism, Soviet Union - C. Degen Book on Aging Without Fear, "Chapter I: Age Need Not Wither You.", 5 Pages - Statement, 3 Pages, "The All American Chorus"; Re: Financing an Overseas Tour, Department of State, Armed Forces Professional Entertainers Branch, 1955

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Miscellaneous - E - India, Copper Scrap Exports; Barron's Magazine, "Irony in Copper" - Madison County Soil Conservation District (SCD), Kentucky, Annual Report - NBC Television, TV, "Producer's Showcase", Broadcast of "Darkness at Noon", an Anti-Communist Drama, Communism - Memo, University of North Carolina (UNC) Proposal for a Grant for a New Institute to Promote Democracy, 34 Pages - East Kentucky Rural Electrification Cooperative Corporation, Board of Directors Meeting, Minutes; Rural Electrification Administration (REA), Hoover Commission Report - W.H. Evans Case; Brochure, Department of Health, Education and Welfare; Public Health Service, "For Prospective Patients" - Eastin Protest Re: Proposed Bridge Construction in West Kentucky; West Kentucky Coal Company - Clipping Re: New Social Security Law - Clipping Re: Kentucky Election for Governor, 1955

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Miscellaneous - F - January to June - Immigration Case Hardin, S. 1129, Special Legislation for Relief of I. Hardin, Japan; Clippings - R. Foley Re: Burley Tobacco Situation in Kentucky; The American Legion - J.L. Donnelly, Veterans Hospital Ft. Thomas, Commissioner's Resolution Protesting the Closing of the Ft. Thomas Veterans Hospital - L.M. Fuquay, USA Federal Power Commission, Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company, Application - N.A. Forte Re: Far East, A.W. Barkley Re: China, Formosa, Defense of Formosa and Its Importance to U.S. Security; Communism; Prevent Conquest of Formosa - Fall Cities Labor News, Clippings - H.J. Clay, Foreign Claims Settlement Commission - Foreign Operations Administration (FOA), List of University Contracts, 6 Pages; Technical Cooperation Program - Visa Case Fowler, Venezuela, Jamaica -W.H. Fox, American Watch Industry Needing No Protection, No National Defense; Editorial; Committee on Foreign Trade Education, Inc., "Editorial reaction by Key Newspapers…

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Miscellaneous - F - July to December - Department of Agriculture, Fact Sheet on the Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) - News Release, Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, Appeal to News Media Re: Compensation of Lost Bank Accounts in Philippines and Japan Due to World War II - W.C. Fair Case Before the Small Business Committee - Fish and Wildlife Reservation, Surplus Land, Paducah, KY; Telegrams - Petition, Operation Vatican, Need for Committee to Determine the Need for Defense of the U.S. Constitution; Roman Catholics, Catholicism, Religion, Religious Faith, 6 Pages - Niagara Defense Area, Fleisher Contract; General Sturgis, Chief of Engineers; Re: Difficulties With Construction Project; National Security; B.F. Bleuer - L. Segal, Farband Labor Zionist Order, Resolution, "The Dangers Surrounding Israel" - E. Fuller, "Criteria for Congressional Action To Deal With Financial Discrimination Against Public Education", Pages 53-57 - P.E. Chappell, Fort Campbell, a Permanent Installation…

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Miscellaneous - G - Gemco Engineering and Manufacturing Company, Inc. - Bidding, Contract - Claim Against Cincinnati Ordnance District - Department of the Army - Government Failure to Furnish Spare Parts, Failure to Authorize Purchase of Such Materials, 1955

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Miscellaneous - G - January to June - National Wool Act of 1954, Proposed Regulations - Department of Agriculture, Commodity Stabilization Service, New Wool Program - Closing of Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital in Newport, KY - General Aniline And Film Corporation to Open in Calvert City, KY; Clipping Re: Nazi Goods in Switzerland, "Interhandel" / "I.G. Farben" a German Company; Washington Accord for Release of Goods Seized During World War II; Claims - C.H. Gartrell, Department of Aeronautics, Airports Throughout the U.S.; Airport Fund Requirement Survey, 2 Pages - J. McCluskey, D.B. Kerberg, Louisville, KY, Chamber of Commerce, Special Bulletin Re: Fort Knox Housing; Department of the Army - A.M. Greenfield Biography, 6 Pages - J.E. Greif, Circular Offering 1,000 Shares of Common Stock of Air Uranium, Inc. - Rural Electrification Cooperative Corporation; Rural Electrification Administration (REA); Hoover Commission, 2 Resolutions - The Indianapolis Star, "Representing Whom…

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Miscellaneous - G - July to December - Corps of Engineers, Advance Notice to Bidders, Bidding for Greenup Locks and Dam Project - J.B. Utt, "Washington Report", Postal Pay Increase Bill - S. Res. 93, Committee on Foreign Relations, Appointment of Subcommittee to Work on Proposals for World Disarmament; Letter Re: Mutual Security Act - Bidding Contract, Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), Statement of Facts, 15 Pages - Graves County, KY, Soil Conservation District (SCD), Annual Report, 4 Pages, 1955

  • Box 107, folder 3
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Miscellaneous - H - January to March - National Economic Council, Pamphlet With Program, Facts; Economic Council Letter, Semi Monthly Publication - Hurst Home Insurance, Nicholasville, KY; L. Hillenmeyer; Pamphlet on Federal Crop Insurance; Agriculture; Hurst Home Bulletin, 8 Pages - The Physicians Bookshelf, "Smoking and Cancer", Tobacco Industry Research Committee, Clippings RE: Cancer Risks - U.S. Civil Service Commission, Lexington Signal Depot, Career Status, Appointments, Executive Order No. 105773; Hancock, Dryden, Trent, McCollum, 1955

  • Box 107, folder 4