Frederick Moore Vinson papers

Abstract

The Frederick Moore Vinson papers (dated 1864-1953, bulk 1924-1953; 166 cubic feet; 381 document boxes, seven textile items, three map folders, one artwork) comprise correspondence, memoranda, judicial opinions, case files, speeches, research materials, meeting and appointment files, press releases, newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia documenting his forty years as a public figure in local, state, and national politics.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Frederick Moore Vinson papers
Extent
166 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Economic stabilization.
Elections -- United States -- Congresses.
Judges -- Correspondence.
Judges -- United States.
Judicial opinions
Judicial process -- United States
Legislators -- Correspondence.
New Deal, 1933-1939.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Veterans.
World War, 1939-1945.
Arrangement
Collection is arranged by subject, document type, or format into sixteen series and retains its original order. Where possible original folder names were retained.
Preferred Citation
72M2: [identification of item], Frederick Moore Vinson papers, 1864-1953, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Frederick Moore Vinson was the thirteenth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, serving from 1946 until his death in 1953. Over the course of forty years of public service, Vinson served in all three branches of the federal government, representing Kentucky in the House of Representatives, working in the administrations of both President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, and presiding over seminal cases on the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Vinson was born in Louisa, Kentucky on January 22, 1890 and graduated from Kentucky Normal College in 1908. He earned an A.B. degree from Centre College in 1909 and an L.L.B. degree in 1911.
After completing legal training, he opened a private practice in Louisa, where he also served as city attorney for one year. In 1921, Vinson was elected as the Commonwealth Attorney for Kentucky's 32nd Judicial District and served for three years, until his election to the US House of Representatives from the Ninth District. He was re-elected in the next two congressional elections but was defeated in the Republican landslide of 1928. Two years later, he returned to Congress. During the next decade, Vinson represented Kentucky-at-large in the House and then the newly created Eighth District of Kentucky.
In the House, Vinson became an authority on tax and fiscal matters. He served as a member of the Ways and Means Committee from December 1931 through the end of his congressional career in 1937, including as chairman of the Subcommittee on Internal Revenue Taxation and as a member of the Subcommittee on Tax Revision.
In December 1937, President Roosevelt appointed Vinson to become an associate justice on the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. He served on this bench from May 1938 to May 1943. During his last year on this Court, Vinson joined the Emergency Court of Appeals as its chief judge.
On May 27, 1943, Vinson resigned from the judiciary to accept President Roosevelt's appointment as the Director of Economic Stabilization, an emergency post created during World War Two. He remained in this position until March 5, 1945, when he became Federal Loan Administrator. Less than a month later, President Roosevelt named Vinson as the Director of War Mobilization and Reconstruction.
Shortly after assuming office, President Truman nominated Vinson to become Secretary of the Treasury. In this position, he supervised the financial operations of the government during the closing months of World War Two. To transition the economy from wartime to peacetime, Vinson recommended and Congress approved substantial tax reductions. Also under Vinson's tenure, the government ended its war bond drives, floating the Victory Loan for the last time in December 1945.
Vinson played a leading role in helping to develop the modern international economic and financial order. In July 1944, he served as vice chairman of the United States delegation to the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, and helped draft the agreements establishing the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconversion and Development. In March 1946, Vinson chaired the Savannah Conference, which implemented the provisions of the Bretton Woods Agreements. He was also involved in developing the Anglo-American Loan of 1946, as well as other American loans to reconstruct Britain Europe after the War.
On June 6, 1946, President Truman nominated Vinson to become Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court to succeed Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone. Two weeks later, the Senate unanimously confirmed him. During his tenure as Chief, the Court addressed pivotal questions concerning individual liberties, civil rights, and the relationship between government regulation and private economic enterprise. On September 8, 1953, short months before re-argument of another seminal case, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Vinson died suddenly in his Washington, DC home. He was interred in Pine Hill Cemetery in his hometown of Louisa.
Scope and Content
The Frederick Moore Vinson papers (dated 1864-1953, bulk 1924-1953; 166 cubic feet; 381 document boxes, seven textile items, three map folders, one artwork) comprise correspondence, memoranda, judicial opinions, case files, speeches, research materials, meeting and appointment files, press releases, newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia documenting his forty years as a public figure in local, state, and national politics. The bulk of the material consists of correspondence documenting Vinson's engagement in Kentucky politics, congressional constituent services, his work in the Roosevelt and Truman Administrations, and the Federal Judiciary. There are also papers related to his social life and personal relationships with family and friends. The majority of materials consist of documents, but formats in the collection also include index cards, photographs, political cartoons, microfilm, audio reel and cassettes, artwork, textiles, plaques, and other three-dimensional objects.
Vinson's correspondents include Dean Acheson, Alben W. Barkley, Hugo Black, Harold Burton, Harry F. Byrd, Albert B. Happy Chandler, Virgil M. Chapman, Thomas C. Clark, Clark Clifford, William O. Minton, Stanley F. Reed, A. Willis Robertson, Harry S. Truman, and Thomas R. Underwood. Among other subjects, materials documents Kentucky politics, the New Deal era, the World War II era, postwar development of the international economic and financial order, and the Supreme Court's postwar jurisprudence on civil rights, civil liberties, and other major constitutional issues.
The collection is divided into sixteen series: House of Representatives; Political files; Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia; Emergency Court of Appeals; Office of Economic Stabilization; Bretton Woods Conference; Federal Loan Administrator; Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion; Secretary of the Treasury; Supreme Court; Articles and statements; Newspaper clippings; Personal correspondence; Speeches; Photographs; and Memorabilia.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
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

House of Representatives, 1864, 1924-1938

The House of Representatives series primarily consists of correspondence documenting Vinson's constituent services during his five terms representing Kentucky's Eighth and Ninth congressional districts. There are also news clippings, legislative working files, information regarding House committee assignments, and correspondence with Members of Congress, government agencies and political supporters. Also included are legislative bill files, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and published information documenting Vinson's work on the House committees on Appropriations, Military Affairs, and Ways and Means. The majority of the series dates from Vinson's early years in the House, 1924-1928. The series is divided into six sub-series: Congressional files, Army-Navy files, Military Affairs Committee files, Pension files, Post office files, Veterans Bureau files. The sub-series are interrelated; researchers interested in pension files, for example, should also review the other five sub-series. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Political files, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Congressional files, 1924-1938

Primarily consists of correspondence documenting constituents' views on public policies and various requests for assistance and/or information, such as farmers' almanacs and congressional directories. There are also newspaper clippings, legislative working files, information regarding House committee assignments, and correspondence with Members of Congress, government agencies and political supporters. Subjects includes fiscal policy, coal and tobacco taxes, and veteran benefits. Arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically within.

A, 1924-1926

  • Box 1, folder 1
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Academy appointments - A-Y, 1932-1934

  • Box 1, folder 2-21
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Adams, Ira - Adair, R.B., 1924-1927

  • Box 1, folder 22
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Adjusted Compensation, 1925-1927

  • Box 1, folder 23
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Agriculture - Bureau of Forest Service, 1925

  • Box 1, folder 24
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Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industry, 1924-1927

  • Box 1, folder 25
  • Box 2, folder 1
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Agriculture - Bureau of Roads, 1924-1927

  • Box 2, folder 2
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Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin lists - Bath-Wolfe counties, undated

  • Box 2, folder 3-5
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Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin requests, 1924

  • Box 2, folder 6
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Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin requests - A-W, 1925-1927

  • Box 2, folder 7-19
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Agriculture - Kentucky Farm Bureau, 1924

  • Box 2, folder 20
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Agriculture - tomato canning bulletins, 1926

  • Box 3, folder 1
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Agriculture - yearbook requests, 1924-1927

  • Box 3, folder 2-5
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Allen-Ault, 1926

  • Box 3, folder 6
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Ba-Bl, 1924-1927

  • Box 3, folder 7
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Bagsby-Barney, 1924-1926

  • Box 3, folder 8
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Bank deposits - guaranty - Glass-Steagall bill, 1933

  • Box 3, folder 9-10
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Beac-Berger, 1924-1926

  • Box 3, folder 11
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Best-Bierlin, 1924

  • Box 3, folder 12
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Big Sandy River Bridge bill, 1926

  • Box 3, folder 13
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Bills - agricultural, etc., 1924-1926

  • Box 3, folder 14
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Bills - Army appropriations, 1925

  • Box 3, folder 15
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Bills - Ball Rent Act, 1924-1925

  • Box 3, folder 16
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Bills - Capper-Kelley - 69th Congress, 1926-1927

  • Box 3, folder 17
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Bills - Disabled Emergency Office bill - Lineberger bill, 1924

  • Box 3, folder 18
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Bills - hospitals, 1928

  • Box 3, folder 19
  • Box 361, folder 2
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Bills - Howell-Barkley, 1924

  • Box 3, folder 20-21
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Bills - Johnson immigration, 1924

  • Box 3, folder 22
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Bills - Los Angeles Home for Disabled Soldiers, 1924

  • Box 3, folder 23
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Bills - McNary-Haugen, 1924-1928

  • Box 3, folder 24
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Bills - miscellaneous, 1924-1927

  • Box 4, folder 1
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Bills - Mt. Sterling Hospital, 1927

  • Box 4, folder 2
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Bills - Mutual Life Insurance Company - re. sec. 231 revenue bill, 1924

  • Box 4, folder 3
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Bills - pensions - 68th Congress, 1924-1925

  • Box 4, folder 4
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Bills - postal - 60th Congress, 1924-1925

  • Box 4, folder 5
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Bills - public buildings and grounds, 1924-1925

  • Box 4, folder 6
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Bills - public camp grounds, 1925-1927

  • Box 4, folder 7
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Bills - revenue bills - 68th congress, 1924-1925

  • Box 4, folder 8
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Bills - Robinson Amendment, 1924-1925

  • Box 4, folder 9
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Bills - Temple bill, 1924

  • Box 4, folder 10
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Bills - Thatcher, 1924-1926

  • Box 4, folder 11
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Billups-Bingham, 1924-1927

  • Box 4, folder 12
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Blackerby, 1927

  • Box 4, folder 13
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Blake-Boggs-Bonus, 1924-1927

  • Box 4, folder 14
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Blue Licks Memorial, 1932

  • Box 4, folder 15
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Bo-By, 1924-1928

  • Box 4, folder 16
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Bonus bills, 1935-1936

  • Box 4, folder 17-19
  • Box 5, folder 1-2
  • Box 360, folder 1, 6, 9
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Bonus bills, veterans' legislation, 1933-1936

  • Box 5, folder 3
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Botanic Gardens, 1924-1928

  • Box 5, folder 4
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Bozeman-Brobeck-Brooks, 1924-1927

  • Box 5, folder 5
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Brown-Bryan-Bryson, 1924-1925

  • Box 5, folder 6
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Burchett-Byron, 1924-1926

  • Box 5, folder 7
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C - miscellaneous, 1927-1928

  • Box 5, folder 8
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Ca-Cl, 1924-1927

  • Box 5, folder 9
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Calendar requests for 1928 - Childers, Rex, 1927-1928

  • Box 5, folder 10
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Campaign of 1924, 1924

  • Box 5, folder 11
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Campbell, Fallen, 1924

  • Box 5, folder 12
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Campbell-Cattle, 1924-1927

  • Box 5, folder 13
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Carey, Mrs. Lyss, 1924

  • Box 5, folder 14
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Carol Mining Co. - J.E. Rhodemyre, 1934-1935

  • Box 5, folder 15
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Carroll, Robert L., 1924

  • Box 5, folder 16
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Catlettsburg, Kentucky, 1924

  • Box 5, folder 17
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Chapman, Virgil, 1926

  • Box 6, folder 1
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Childers, J.R., 1924-1925

  • Box 6, folder 2
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Chiles, R.A., 1924-1925

  • Box 6, folder 3
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Cincinnati C&O Bridge, 1926-1927

  • Box 6, folder 4
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Cisco, Morton L., 1924-1925

  • Box 6, folder 5
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Clay, Homer, 1924

  • Box 6, folder 6
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Clerks of House of Representatives, 1923-1928

  • Box 6, folder 7
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Co-Cu, 1924-1927

  • Box 6, folder 8
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Coal - Bituminous Coal Commission - Senate 2935, 1932-1933

  • Box 6, folder 9
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Coal - Guffey - coal bill, 1935

  • Box 6, folder 10-11
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Coal - million dollar amendment, 1927-1929

  • Box 6, folder 12
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Commerce Department, 1925-1926

  • Box 6, folder 13
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Commerce Department, Bureau or Fisheries, 1925-1928

  • Box 6, folder 14
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Committee assignments - 69th and 70th Congresses, 1925-1927

  • Box 6, folder 15-16
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Committee for the Nation, 1933

  • Box 6, folder 17
  • Box 360, folder 6
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Compton, 1926

  • Box 6, folder 18
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Congressional amendment, 1928

  • Box 6, folder 19
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Congressional Record and Directory - 68th-70th Congresses, 1924-1928

  • Box 6, folder 20
  • Box 7, folder 1-2
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Conley-Cox, 1924-1926

  • Box 7, folder 3
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Convict labor goods, 1928

  • Box 7, folder 4
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Cooper, Charles M., 1924-1926

  • Box 7, folder 5
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Corlis, H.L., 1925-1925

  • Box 7, folder 6
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Crank-Cynthiana, 1924-1927

  • Box 7, folder 7
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Cromwell, Emma, 1924-1926

  • Box 7, folder 8
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Crowell, Fred, 1927-1928

  • Box 7, folder 9
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Cumberland Falls, 1926-1927

  • Box 7, folder 10
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D, 1924-1928

  • Box 7, folder 11-12
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Daily-Dinkle, 1924-1926

  • Box 7, folder 13
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Debate data requests, 1927-1928

  • Box 7, folder 14
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Democratic National Committee, 1924-1928

  • Box 7, folder 15
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Democratic State Central Executive Committee, 1924

  • Box 7, folder 16
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Disabled American veterans of World War I, 1925

  • Box 7, folder 17
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Dixon, Robert, 1924-1928

  • Box 7, folder 18
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Dixon, Robert P. Jr., 1924-1928

  • Box 7, folder 19
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Dodson-Duncan, 1924-1925

  • Box 8, folder 1
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Donaldson, 1928

  • Box 8, folder 2
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Douglas, Lindsay, 1924-1928

  • Box 8, folder 3
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E, 1924-1928

  • Box 8, folder 4-5
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Economy bill correspondence, 1932-1933

  • Box 8, folder 6
  • Box 361, folder 5
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Economy bill of 1932, 1933

  • Box 8, folder 7
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Economy bill of 1933 - public reaction - C-Y, 1933

  • Box 8, folder 8-9
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Education bill - 70th Congress, 1927-1928

  • Box 8, folder 10
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Election certificates, 1926

  • Box 8, folder 11
  • Box 364, folder 4
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Elgin-Endaley, 1924-1927

  • Box 8, folder 12
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Executive Committeemen, 1928

  • Box 8, folder 13
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Ex-service men - lists for correction, 1924

  • Box 8, folder 14
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F, 1924-1928

  • Box 8, folder 15-16
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Farm legislation, 1926-1928

  • Box 8, folder 17
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Federal judges salary increase, 1925-1926

  • Box 8, folder 18
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Federal Trade Commission, 1925-1928

  • Box 9, folder 1
  • Box 361, folder 9
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Fennell-Foster, 1924-1927

  • Box 9, folder 2
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Flood control, 1926-1927

  • Box 9, folder 3
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G, 1924-1928

  • Box 9, folder 4
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Gabbard-Gibson, 1924-1926

  • Box 9, folder 5
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Goodpastor-Gullion, 1924-1927

  • Box 9, folder 6
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H, 1924-1928

  • Box 9, folder 7
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Hager-Harmon, 1924-1928

  • Box 9, folder 8
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Harp-Hawley, 1924-1928

  • Box 9, folder 9
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Hays-Hull, 1924-1927

  • Box 9, folder 10
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Home Owners Loan Corporation, legislation, 1932

  • Box 9, folder 11-12
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House organization - committee assignments, 1931

  • Box 9, folder 13
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House organization - committee assignments - A-O, 1933-1935

  • Box 9, folder 14-15
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House organization - committee assignments - N-Z, 1934-1935

  • Box 10, folder 1
  • Box 361, folder 5
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House organization - committee assignments - P-W, 1933

  • Box 10, folder 2
  • Box 361, folder 9
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Hutchinson-Hutton, 1924-1928

  • Box 10, folder 3
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I, 1924-1928

  • Box 10, folder 4
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Interior Department - Bureau of Education, 1925-1926

  • Box 10, folder 5
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Interior Department - General Land Office, 1925-1926

  • Box 10, folder 6
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Interior Department - Geological Survey, 1924-1926

  • Box 10, folder 7
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Interior Department - Mines Bureau, 1924-1928

  • Box 10, folder 8
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Italian debt settlement, 1926

  • Box 10, folder 9-10
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J, 1924-1928

  • Box 10, folder 11
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Jacobs-Jones, 1924-1928

  • Box 10, folder 12
  • Box 360, folder 4
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K, 1924-1928

  • Box 10, folder 13
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Kazee-Kirk, 1924-1928

  • Box 10, folder 14
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Kitchen, 1924

  • Box 10, folder 15
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L, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 1-2
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Labor-Lawrence County, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 3
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Lewis-Littrell, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 4
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Lists - requests for A-Z, 1927-1928

  • Box 11, folder 5-6
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Loughridge-Lyon, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 7
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M, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 8
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Mammoth Cave project, 1925-1926

  • Box 11, folder 9
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Manning-Maps, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 10
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Maps requests, 1927-1928

  • Box 11, folder 11
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Marihuana taxing bill, 1937

  • Box 11, folder 12
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Masonry-Megibben, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 13
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Mc, 1924-1928

  • Box 11, folder 14
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Mc-Mi, 1927-1928

  • Box 11, folder 15
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McClure-McMillan, 1924-1928

  • Box 12, folder 1
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McCormack-MacLaughlin, 1927-1928

  • Box 12, folder 2
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Meredith-Mobley, 1924-1927

  • Box 12, folder 3
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Miscellaneous, 1925

  • Box 12, folder 4
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Miscellaneous, 1933-1938

  • Box 12, folder 5
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Miscellaneous data, 1923-1927

  • Box 12, folder 6-7
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Mo-Mu, 1927-1928

  • Box 12, folder 8
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Moneyhon, J.A., 1924-1929

  • Box 12, folder 9
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Mooney-Myers, 1924-1926

  • Box 12, folder 10
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Morris, Joe, 1924-1926

  • Box 12, folder 11
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N, 1924-1928

  • Box 12, folder 12-13
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Narcotics, 1925

  • Box 12, folder 14
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National Federation of Federal Employees, 1924-1925

  • Box 12, folder 15
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National Military Home, 1926-1929

  • Box 13, folder 1
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National Tribune, 1927

  • Box 13, folder 2
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Newspapers, 1927-1928

  • Box 13, folder 3-4
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Newspapers - A-W, 1924-1926

  • Box 13, folder 5-7
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Nichols-Nuckols, 1924-1926

  • Box 13, folder 8
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Northeast Kentucky Coal Association, 1924-1928

  • Box 13, folder 9
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O, 1924-1928

  • Box 13, folder 10-11
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Oaks-Osborne, 1920-1926

  • Box 13, folder 12
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P, 1924-1928

  • Box 13, folder 13
  • Box 360, folder 4
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Patent Office, 1924-1927

  • Box 13, folder 14
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Peebles-Pelfrey, 1924-1927

  • Box 13, folder 15
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Pending legislation - A-O, 1928

  • Box 13, folder 16
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Pending legislation - P-W, 1928

  • Box 14, folder 1
  • Box 361, folder 4
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Pennington-Petrou, 1924-1928

  • Box 14, folder 2
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Pensions - 69th Congress 1st session - A-Z, 1925-1926

  • Box 14, folder 3-7
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Pickett-Prewitt, 1924-1925

  • Box 14, folder 8
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Postal bills - 69th Congress 1st session, 1925-1926

  • Box 14, folder 9
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Q, 1925

  • Box 14, folder 10
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R, 1924-1926

  • Box 14, folder 11-12
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Railway Labor Board bill - 69th Congress 1st session, 1926

  • Box 14, folder 13
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Ramey-Redden, 1924-1926

  • Box 14, folder 14
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Reconstruction Finance Corporation - A-Y, 1932-1938

  • Box 15, folder 1-2
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Redwine, E.E., 1928

  • Box 15, folder 3
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Redwine-Reeves, 1924-1926

  • Box 15, folder 4
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Remines-Revenue laws, 1924-1926

  • Box 15, folder 5
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Reorganization bill - General Accounting Office, 1937-1938

  • Box 15, folder 6-7
  • Box 361, folder 4
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Reorganization bill - General Accounting Office - debates in Senate, 1938

  • Box 15, folder 8
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Reorganization bill - General Accounting Office - drafts, undated

  • Box 15, folder 9-10
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Reorganization bill - General Accounting Office - memorandum & reports, 1938

  • Box 16, folder 1-3
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Reorganization bill - General Accounting Office - miscellaneous, 1938

  • Box 16, folder 4-6
  • Box 361, folder 9
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Requests miscellaneous - A-Z, 1927-1928

  • Box 16, folder 7-8
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Revenue bill, 1925-1926

  • Box 17, folder 1
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Revenue bill, 1934

  • Box 17, folder 2
  • Box 361, folder 8
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Revenue bill, 1936

  • Box 17, folder 3-5
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Revenue bill, 1938

  • Box 17, folder 6-7
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Revenue bill - income data statistics, 1933-1936

  • Box 17, folder 8-9
  • Box 360, folder 3
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Revenue bill - miscellaneous, 1933-1934

  • Box 17, folder 10
  • Box 18, folder 1
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Reynolds, Franklin, 1924-1928

  • Box 18, folder 2-3
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Rhodes-Riley, 1924-1926

  • Box 18, folder 4
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Ripper bill - Kentucky legislature, 1928

  • Box 18, folder 5
  • Box 361, folder 6
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River - Big Sandy, 1925-1928

  • Box 18, folder 6
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Roads-Robsion, 1925-1927

  • Box 18, folder 7
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Ross-Russell, 1924-1928

  • Box 18, folder 8
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Russell Lumber and Supply Company, 1927-1928

  • Box 18, folder 9
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S, 1927-1928

  • Box 18, folder 10
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Sa-Sm, 1924-1928

  • Box 18, folder 11
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Sandlin-See, 1924-1928

  • Box 18, folder 12
  • Box 360, folder 3
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Senff-Sewell, 1924-1928

  • Box 18, folder 13
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Shannon, E.E., 1924-1928

  • Box 19, folder 1
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Shearer - speaking invitations and engagements, 1924-1928

  • Box 19, folder 2
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Sheppard-Towner bill - 69th Congress, 1926

  • Box 19, folder 3
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So-Su, 1924-1928

  • Box 19, folder 4
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Social security, 1935

  • Box 19, folder 5-7
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Social security - data, 1935

  • Box 19, folder 8
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Social security - old age pensions, unemployment insurance, 1935

  • Box 19, folder 9
  • Box 20, folder 1-3
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Speakership of Kentucky House of Representatives, 1927-1928

  • Box 20, folder 4
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Special acts - Air Corp increase - HR 10827, 1926

  • Box 20, folder 5
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Special Acts - aircraft procurement - HR 11284, 1928

  • Box 20, folder 6
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Special Acts - Brewer, William, 1928

  • Box 20, folder 7
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Special Acts - Bridge bill - Fullerton, 1924

  • Box 20, folder 8
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Special Acts - Chapman, William, 1928

  • Box 20, folder 9
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Special Acts - Deaton, James, 1928-1929

  • Box 20, folder 10
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Special Acts - Frost, Thomas, 1928-1929

  • Box 20, folder 11
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Special Acts - Gambill, George, 1926-1929

  • Box 20, folder 12
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Special Acts - Grant, Roda, 1865, 1928

  • Box 20, folder 13
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Special Acts - immigration, 1924

  • Box 20, folder 14
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Special Acts - judicial - Kentucky, 1927

  • Box 20, folder 15
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Special Acts - Louisa, Kentucky, 1924

  • Box 20, folder 16
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Special Acts - Maxwell, Elizabeth, 1926-1929

  • Box 20, folder 17
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Special Acts - McClain, Rachel, 1928

  • Box 20, folder 18
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Special Acts - military procurement - horses, 1927

  • Box 20, folder 19
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Special Acts - pensions - Adams-Austin, 1926-1928

  • Box 21, folder 1
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Special Acts - pensions - Berry-Boggs, 1924-1928

  • Box 21, folder 2
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Special Acts - pensions - Bonta-Burton, 1924-1928

  • Box 21, folder 3
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Special Acts - pensions - Campbell-Caskey, 1864, 1924-1928

  • Box 21, folder 4
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Special Acts - pensions - Childers, 1926-1928

  • Box 21, folder 5
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Special Acts - pensions - Clark-Degman, 1923-1929

  • Box 21, folder 6
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Special Acts - pensions - Edens-Fitzgerald, 1925-1926

  • Box 21, folder 7
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Special Acts - pensions - Fleming-Flinchum, 1924-1929

  • Box 21, folder 8
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Special Acts - pensions - Gaither-Gillispie, 1924-1928

  • Box 21, folder 9
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Special Acts - pensions - Griffith, Walter, 1928

  • Box 21, folder 10
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Special Acts - pensions - Hale-Holt, 1924-1929

  • Box 21, folder 11
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Special Acts - pensions - Jackson-Kise, 1924-1926

  • Box 21, folder 12
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Special Acts - pensions - Lewis-Lynch, 1924-1929

  • Box 21, folder 13
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Special Acts - pensions - May-Mosley, 1924-1928

  • Box 21, folder 14
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Special Acts - pensions - McClure-McGuire, 1925-1929

  • Box 22, folder 1
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Special Acts - pensions - McKelley-Marshall, 1924-1927

  • Box 22, folder 2
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Special Acts - pensions - Osborne-Porter, 1921-1928

  • Box 22, folder 3
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Special Acts - pensions - Price-Pumpelly, 1920-1926

  • Box 22, folder 4
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Special Acts - pensions - Purvis, Mary, 1927-1928

  • Box 22, folder 5
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Special Acts - pensions - Ramey, 1927-1929

  • Box 22, folder 6
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Special Acts - pensions - Rankin-Robinson, 1925-1929

  • Box 22, folder 7
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Special Acts - pensions - Smith-Smithers, 1927-1929

  • Box 22, folder 8
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Special Acts - pensions - St. Clair-Slimkins, 1924-1929

  • Box 22, folder 9
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Special Acts - pensions - Swartz, 1926-1929

  • Box 22, folder 10
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Special Acts - pensions - Thacker-Voorheis, 1924-1929

  • Box 22, folder 11
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Special Acts - pensions - Waldeck-Wilson, 1924-1929

  • Box 22, folder 12
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Spencer-Stamper, 1924-1926

  • Box 22, folder 13
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Stapleton-Sulser, 1924-1926

  • Box 22, folder 14
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Stockyards legislation, 1928

  • Box 22, folder 15
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Stream pollution, 1938-1940

  • Box 23, folder 1
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Strong, South, 1925-1928

  • Box 23, folder 2
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Supreme Court bill, 1937

  • Box 23, folder 3-4
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T, 1924-1928

  • Box 23, folder 5-6
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Tariff Commission, 1928

  • Box 23, folder 7
  • Box 361, folder 6
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Tax reduction, 1927

  • Box 23, folder 8
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Taxation - double taxation, 1933

  • Box 23, folder 9-11
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Taxation - excise taxes, 1937

  • Box 24, folder 1
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Taxation - investigations of possible pevisions of the surtax on undistributed profits, undated

  • Box 24, folder 2
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Taxation - Joint Committee on Income Tax Evasion, 1937

  • Box 24, folder 3
  • Box 360, folder 5
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Taxation - new committee to investigate taxes, 1932

  • Box 24, folder 4
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Taxation - re-evaluation of depreciated estates, 1932

  • Box 24, folder 5
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Taxation - Tax Subcommittee - miscellaneous correspondence - A-L, 1937-1938

  • Box 24, folder 6-7
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Taxation - Tax Subcommittee investigation, 1937 September-1938 January

  • Box 24, folder 8-9
  • Box 25, folder 1-6
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Taxation - Tax Subcommittee investigation - A-Z, 1937 November-1938 February

  • Box 25, folder 7-10
  • Box 26
  • Box 27
  • Box 28, folder 1
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Taylor-Thompson, 1924-1926

  • Box 28, folder 2
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Tilton, 1924-1927

  • Box 28, folder 3
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Tobacco - bills, reports and amendments, 1932-1936

  • Box 28, folder 4-5
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Tobacco correspondence, 1931-1937

  • Box 28, folder 6
  • Box 29, folder 1-4
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Tobacco - Federal Tobacco Grading Act, 1935

  • Box 29, folder 5
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Tobacco tax, 1931-1936

  • Box 29, folder 6
  • Box 30, folder 1-2
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Tom Cats and Carr Creek, 1928

  • Box 30, folder 3
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Treasury Department - Truman, 1925-1926

  • Box 30, folder 4
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Tri-State Equipment Co., 1926-1927

  • Box 30, folder 5
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U, 1924-1928

  • Box 30, folder 6-7
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V, 1924-1928

  • Box 30, folder 8-9
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Valentine-Voters, 1924-1927

  • Box 30, folder 10
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Veteran's hospitals - Cynthiana, Jackson, Morehead - 69th Congress 2nd Session, 1927

  • Box 30, folder 11
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Veteran's legislation proposal, 1927-1928

  • Box 30, folder 12
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W, 1927-1928

  • Box 30, folder 13
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Wa-Wh, 1924-1928

  • Box 31, folder 1
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Wagner-Wells, 1924-1928

  • Box 31, folder 2
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Warsaw, Poland - Bonds of City, 1925-1926

  • Box 31, folder 3
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Weaver, Charles, 1927

  • Box 31, folder 4
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West-Williamson, 1924-1928

  • Box 31, folder 5
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Whiskey bill data, 1927

  • Box 31, folder 6
  • Box 361, folder 5
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Wi-Wy, 1924-1928

  • Box 31, folder 7
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Wilson-Wolford, 1924-1926

  • Box 31, folder 8
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Womack-Wyatt, 1923-1928

  • Box 31, folder 9
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Wood, Cyrus - congressional confirmation, 1927-1928

  • Box 31, folder 10
  • Box 361, folder 5
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World War I veterans - legislation - 69th Congress 1st Session, 1925-1928

  • Box 31, folder 11
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Y, 1924-1928

  • Box 31, folder 12-13
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York-Young, 1924-1926

  • Box 31, folder 14
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Z, 1928

  • Box 31, folder 15
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Zappin-Zimmerman, 1924-1928

  • Box 31, folder 16
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Army-Navy files, 1924-1929

Consists of correspondence documenting appointments to military service academies, requests for headstone applications, locations of servicemen, and service discharge information to file for pay allotments and for dismissal of under-aged recruits. One folder titled General Information contains copies of government regulations and forms related to departmental procedures. Arranged alphabetically by last name, with one folder of general information at the end of the subseries.

Adkins-Austin, 1924-1928

  • Box 32, folder 1
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Bache-Binnion, 1924-1928

  • Box 32, folder 2
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Blair-Bradley, 1924-1926

  • Box 32, folder 3
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Bradshaw-Butler, 1924-1929

  • Box 32, folder 4
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Callihan-Chaffin, 1924-1928

  • Box 32, folder 5
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Chapman-Clemons, 1924-1928

  • Box 32, folder 6
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Cobb-Cory, 1924-1928

  • Box 32, folder 7
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Costello-Curry, 1924-1928

  • Box 32, folder 8
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Davis-Dixon, 1924-1929

  • Box 33, folder 1
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Duff-Duncan, 1924-1929

  • Box 33, folder 2
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Eaker-Evans, 1924-1928

  • Box 33, folder 3
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Fannin-Futty, 1864, 1924-1928

  • Box 33, folder 4
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Gallagher-Ganis, 1924-1929

  • Box 33, folder 5
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Gearhart-Gross, 1924-1926

  • Box 33, folder 6
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Hackworth-Hayes, 1924-1928

  • Box 33, folder 7
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Heaberlin-Hiley, 1924-1928

  • Box 33, folder 8
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Hodges-Johnson, 1924-1928

  • Box 34, folder 1
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Kash-Kouns, 1924-1929

  • Box 34, folder 2
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Lake-Lynch, 1924-1928

  • Box 34, folder 3
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McGlone-Martin, 1924-1928

  • Box 34, folder 4
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Matthews-Murphy, 1924-1928

  • Box 34, folder 5
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Navy-Osborne, 1924-1928

  • Box 34, folder 6
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Parks-Phipps, 1925-1928

  • Box 34, folder 7
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Porter-Quisenberry, 1924-1928

  • Box 34, folder 8
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Ratcliff-Rees, 1924-1929

  • Box 34, folder 9
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Reid-Runyon, 1924-1929

  • Box 34, folder 10
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Sabath-Senff, 1925-1927

  • Box 34, folder 11
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Sims-Sowder, 1926-1928

  • Box 34, folder 12
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Sparks-Stapleton, 1925-1927

  • Box 34, folder 13
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Stevenson-Sublet, 1925-1927

  • Box 35, folder 1
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Taulbee-Tyler, 1924-1928

  • Box 35, folder 2
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Underhill-Vermillion, 1924-1928

  • Box 35, folder 3
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Wagner-Watson, 1924-1928

  • Box 35, folder 4
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Weddington-Whitt, 1924-1928

  • Box 35, folder 5
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Witt-Young, 1924-1928

  • Box 35, folder 6
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General information folder, 1924-1928

  • Box 35, folder 7
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Military Affairs Committee files, 1926-1928

Consists of legislative bill files, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and published information documenting Vinson's work on the House Military Affairs Committee. Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within each subject.

Air Service, 1926

  • Box 35, folder 8
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Army Air bill, 1926

  • Box 35, folder 9
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Army Appropriations, 1926-1928

  • Box 35, folder 10-11
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Bills passed 69th Congress, 1st Session, 1926-1928

  • Box 35, folder 12
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Chesapeake & Ohio bill, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 1
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Compulsory military training, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 2
  • Box 361, folder 2
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Design and procurement bills, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 3
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Dixie Highway bill, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 4
  • Box 361, folder 7
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Fredricksburg bill, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 5
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Metalclad airship, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 6
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Miscellaneous, 1927

  • Box 36, folder 7
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Muscle Shoals, 1927

  • Box 36, folder 8-9
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National Defense Act, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 10
  • Box 360, folder 2
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Philippine Constabulary, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 11
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Procurement Board, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 12
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Warrant officer, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 13
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Woodfill, Capt. Samuel, 1926

  • Box 36, folder 14
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Pension files, 1864, 1924-1929

Consists of correspondence regarding pension benefits for veterans and widows of veterans ranging from the Civil War to World War One. Also included are index cards that document pension requests processed by Vinson's office. There is also a microfilm copy of the index cards available for use. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent name. Correspondents with last names starting with J through "N are not represented in the subseries. One folder titled Rules and forms is arranged at the end of the papers. Index cards and microfilm of the index cards are arranged alphabetically by county name and then by last name of correspondent. Both are listed at the end of the subseries.

Abbott-Adams, E, 1924-1928

  • Box 37, folder 1
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Adams, F-Adkins, 1924-1928

  • Box 37, folder 2
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Alexander-Allen, 1924-1929

  • Box 37, folder 3
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Allison-Arn, 1924-1928

  • Box 37, folder 4
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Arnett-Atkins, 1924-1928

  • Box 37, folder 5
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Bach-Barber, 1924-1928

  • Box 37, folder 6
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Barlow-Bays, 1924-1928

  • Box 37, folder 7
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Beam-Biglow, 1925-1928

  • Box 37, folder 8
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Binnie-Booth, 1924-1928

  • Box 37, folder 9
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Boren-Bradley, 1924-1929

  • Box 37, folder 10
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Bramel-Brown, 1924-1929

  • Box 37, folder 11
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Bruer-Burns, 1924-1929

  • Box 37, folder 12
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Bush-Butler, 1924-1929

  • Box 37, folder 13
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Campbell-Canning, 1924-1927

  • Box 38, folder 1
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Carey-Caskey, 1924-1928

  • Box 38, folder 2
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Castle-Chapman, 1924-1929

  • Box 38, folder 3
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Chenault-Clayton, 1924-1928

  • Box 38, folder 4
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Clemons-Colgrove, 1926-1928

  • Box 38, folder 5
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Collier-Cooper, 1924-1928

  • Box 38, folder 6
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Cornett-Craft, 1924-1929

  • Box 38, folder 7
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Crank-Curley, 1913, 1924-1928

  • Box 38, folder 8
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Damerin-Davidison, 1924-1929

  • Box 38, folder 9
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Davis-Dagman, 1924-1928

  • Box 38, folder 10
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Denham-Dove, 1924-1928

  • Box 38, folder 11
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Douglas-Downey, 1924-1929

  • Box 38, folder 12
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Drake-Dyer, 1924-1929

  • Box 38, folder 13
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Easterling-Elam, 1924-1928

  • Box 39, folder 1
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Ellis-Estes, 1925-1929

  • Box 39, folder 2
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Estill-Ewing, 1924-1928

  • Box 39, folder 3
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Fannin-Flinn, 1924-1929

  • Box 39, folder 4
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Foller-Fortune, 1925-1928

  • Box 39, folder 5
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Foster-Fox, 1924-1928

  • Box 39, folder 6
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Fraley, 1925-1929

  • Box 39, folder 7
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Franklin-Fyfe, 1924-1928

  • Box 39, folder 8
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Gambill-Gillum, 1925-1928

  • Box 39, folder 9
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Girvin-Graves, 1925-1928

  • Box 39, folder 10
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Green-Griffey, 1926-1928

  • Box 39, folder 11
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Griffin-Gumm, 1926-1928

  • Box 39, folder 12
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Hager-Haney, 1924-1929

  • Box 40, folder 1
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Hanners-Hatton, 1924-1928

  • Box 40, folder 2
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Hawey-Hewlett, 1924-1928

  • Box 40, folder 3
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Hickman-Hilley, 1926-1929

  • Box 40, folder 4
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Hobbs-Horton, 1929-1929

  • Box 40, folder 5
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Hubbard-Huffman, 1924-1928

  • Box 40, folder 6
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Hughes-Hunt, 1924-1929

  • Box 40, folder 7
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Hutchinson-Hyman, 1924-1929

  • Box 40, folder 8
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Ingram-O'Connell, 1924-1928

  • Box 40, folder 9
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Rains-Ray, 1924-1928

  • Box 40, folder 10
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Reid-Richards, 1924-1929

  • Box 40, folder 11
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Riddle-Riley, 1924-1928

  • Box 40, folder 12
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Roark-Roberts, 1924-1928

  • Box 41, folder 1
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Robinson-Roney, 1924-1929

  • Box 41, folder 2
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Rose, 1924-1929

  • Box 41, folder 3
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Ross-Runyon, 1925-1928

  • Box 41, folder 4
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Salmons-Sawyer, 1924-1928

  • Box 41, folder 5
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Scott-Sennett, 1927-1929

  • Box 41, folder 6
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Shakleford-Skeen, 1923-1928

  • Box 41, folder 7
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Smith-Sowards, 1926-1928

  • Box 41, folder 8
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Sparks-Stewarts, 1925-1928

  • Box 41, folder 9
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Stidham-Stone, 1924-1929

  • Box 41, folder 10
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Story-Sturgill, 1924-1929

  • Box 41, folder 11
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Sullivan-Swim, 1864, 1924-1926

  • Box 41, folder 12
  • Box 360, folder 6
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Tacket-Thomas, 1925-1927

  • Box 41, folder 13
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Thompson, 1924-1927

  • Box 42, folder 1
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Tolliver-Tolson, 1924-1928

  • Box 42, folder 2
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Tomlin-Trusty, 1927-1928

  • Box 42, folder 3
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Turner, 1928-1929

  • Box 42, folder 4
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Tutt-Tyree, 1924-1928

  • Box 42, folder 5
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Vansickle-Virgin, 1927-1929

  • Box 42, folder 6
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Waddell-Waller, 1925-1928

  • Box 42, folder 7
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Warden-Watson, 1924-1929

  • Box 42, folder 8
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Watts-Wells, 1924-1928

  • Box 42, folder 9
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Weirman-Whitt, 1924-1928

  • Box 42, folder 10
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Wigington-Williams, J, 1924-1929

  • Box 42, folder 11
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Williams, S-Wilson, 1924-1928

  • Box 42, folder 12
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Winters-Woods, 1924-1928

  • Box 42, folder 13
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Workman-Wright, 1924-1928

  • Box 42, folder 14
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Yates-Zorn, 1928

  • Box 43, folder 1
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Rules and forms, 1928

  • Box 43, folder 2
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Index cards - pension requests and special acts by counties, 1924-1928

  • Box 363
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Microfilm copy of index cards, reel 1, 1924-1928

  • Box 381, reel 46
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Post office files, 1923-1937

Consists of correspondence and forms documenting the management of post offices in Kentucky and the salaries of postal workers. Arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically by post office branch or route. One folder titled General information and one log of all post office personnel in Vinson's district are located at the end of the sub-series.

A-Z, 1923

  • Box 43, folder 3
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A-C, 1924

  • Box 43, folder 4
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D-H, 1924

  • Box 43, folder 5
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I-R, 1924

  • Box 43, folder 6
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S-W, 1924

  • Box 43, folder 7
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A-F, 1925

  • Box 43, folder 8
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G-R, 1925

  • Box 43, folder 9
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S-Z, 1925

  • Box 44, folder 1
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A-E, 1926

  • Box 44, folder 2
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F-M, 1926

  • Box 44, folder 3
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N-W, 1926

  • Box 44, folder 4
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A-Crocketsville, 1927

  • Box 44, folder 5
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Cynthiana-H, 1927

  • Box 44, folder 6
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J-R, 1927

  • Box 44, folder 7
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S-X, 1927

  • Box 44, folder 8
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A-L, 1928

  • Box 44, folder 9
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M-T, 1928

  • Box 45, folder 1
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V-Y, 1928

  • Box 45, folder 2
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A-Z, 1929

  • Box 45, folder 3
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Proposal forms, undated

  • Box 45, folder 4
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Post Office log, 1924-1937

  • Box 45, folder 5
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Veterans Bureau files, 1924-1929

Consists of correspondence and other papers regarding compensation and medical services for veterans, primarily veterans of World War I but also of the Spanish-American War and the Civil War. Also included is correspondence related to adjusted compensation or Bonus benefits for veterans. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent name and date. Adjusted compensation files are organized alphabetically at the end of the sub-series.

A, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 6
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Baber-Baker, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 7
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Baldridge-Ball, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 8
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(Wm.) William H. Ballard, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 9
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Banks-Barber, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 10
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Barker (A-L), 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 11
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Barker (L-W), 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 12
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Barnett-Bartnam, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 13
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Bates-Bayes, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 14
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Beckett-Bentley, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 15
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Berry-Beyersdoerfer, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 16
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Bibb-Bishop, 1924-1929

  • Box 45, folder 17
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Blake-Blankenship, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 1
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Blevins-Boggs, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 2
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Bole-Borders, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 3
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Bowan-Bowling, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 4
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Branson-Brickles, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 5
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Bright-Brown, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 6
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Brown, James H., 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 7
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Browning-Bryant, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 8
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Bundy-Burrows, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 9
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Burton, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 10
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Bussey-Byrd, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 11
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Cable-Caldwell, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 12
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Callahan-Calloway, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 13
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Campbell, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 14
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Cantrell, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 15
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Carpenter, Joe, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 16
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Carpenter, 1924-1929

  • Box 46, folder 17
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Carr-Carroll, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 1
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Carter, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 2
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Carver-Cassidy, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 3
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Caudill, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 4
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Chadwick-Chapman, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 5
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Charlies-Chenault, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 6
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Childers-Chilholm, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 7
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Christman-Church, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 8
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Clark, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 9
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Clay-Clevenger, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 10
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Click-Clinkenbeard, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 11
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Cochran-Cockerham, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 12
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Coldiron-Colley, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 13
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Combs, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 14
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Combs, Courtney, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 15
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Combs, David, 1924-1929

  • Box 47, folder 16
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Conley, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 1
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Conn-Cook, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 2
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Cooksey-Cooper, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 3
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Coughlin-Counts, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 4
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Cox, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 5
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Coyle-Crager, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 6
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Craig-Crisp, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 7
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Cummins-Curtis, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 8
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Dalton-Daulton, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 9
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David-Davidson, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 10
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Davis, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 11
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Day-Dayton, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 12
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Deaning-Dennis, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 13
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Diale-Diener, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 14
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Dixon, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 15
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Douley, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 16
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Donovan-Dryden, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 17
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Dunaway-Duncan, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 18
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Dunigan-Dyer, 1924-1929

  • Box 48, folder 19
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Earle-Edens, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 1
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Edwards-Eldridge, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 2
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Elkins-Elliot, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 3
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Ellis-Estte, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 4
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Evans-Everman, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 5
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Fallen-Fannin, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 6
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Fearis-Felthaus, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 7
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Ferguson, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 8
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Fewell-Fife, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 9
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Finch-Fisher, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 10
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Fleming-Flora, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 11
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Fortune-Fraley, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 12
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Frasure-Frazier, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 13
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Freeland-Fugate, 1924-1929

  • Box 49, folder 14
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Frelks, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 1
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Fultz, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 2
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Fyffe, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 3
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Hackney-Haley, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 4
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Hall, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 5
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Hamilton-Hammonds, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 6
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Hampton-Hannan, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 7
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Hanney-Harper, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 8
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Harris-Hathaway, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 9
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Hatton-Hawkins, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 10
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Haydon-Hazlett, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 11
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Helton-Henderson, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 12
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Henry, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 13
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Hensley-Hewnshell, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 14
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Hickey-Hilger, 1924-1929

  • Box 50, folder 15
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Hill-Hilten, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 1
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Hogg-Holbrook, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 2
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Holbrook, Jere H, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 3
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Hollon-Horton, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 4
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Howard, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 5
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Howell, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 6
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Howerton-Huffman, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 7
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Hughes-Hutchinson, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 8
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I, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 9
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Jackson-Jefferson, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 10
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Jenkins-Jibb, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 11
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Johnson, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 12
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Johnson, Charles, 1924-1929

  • Box 51, folder 1-2
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Jones, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 3
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Jordon, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 4
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Judd-Justice, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 5
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Kash-Keaton, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 6
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Keffer-Kegley, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 7
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Kelley-Kiles, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 8
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King-Kiser, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 9
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Kitchan, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 10
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Knelanger-Kravarites, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 11
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L, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 12
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McAllister-McClelland, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 13
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McClenney-McDowell, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 14
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McEldoney-McGinley, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 15
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McGlone, 1924-1929

  • Box 52, folder 16
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McGlothlin-McGuire, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 1
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McIntosh, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 2
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McKensie-MeRamsey, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 3
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Maddix-Maggard, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 4
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Malone-Mannin, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 5
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Manning-Maupin, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 6
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Maxey, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 7
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May-Mays, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 8
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Meade-Merrill, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 9
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Messer-Middleton, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 10
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Miller, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 11
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Mitchell-Moon, 1924-1929

  • Box 53, folder 12
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Moore, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 1
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Moran-Morrison, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 2
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Mosier-Mullins, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 3
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Murphy-Myers, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 4
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Napier-Nash, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 5
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Neace-Nease, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 6
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Nelson-Newsome, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 7
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Nichol-Nichols, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 8
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Nickell, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 9
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Niece-Nolen, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 10
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Oakley-Oldham, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 11
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Oney-Overly, 1924-1929

  • Box 54, folder 12
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Pace-Parr, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 1
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Parrish-Payne, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 2
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Peck-Pelfrey, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 3
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Pence-Pergram, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 4
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Perkins, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 5
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Perry, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 6
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Petrella-Piersall, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 7
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Pigman-Poplin, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 8
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Porter-Prather, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 9
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Price-Pruitt, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 10
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Pugh-Pursall, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 11
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Queen, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 12
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Rakes-Rankin, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 13
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Ratcliff-Razor, 1924-1929

  • Box 55, folder 14
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Reed-Reynolds, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 1
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Rice-Richmond, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 2
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Ridgeway, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 3
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Riffe-Rigsby, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 4
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Risner-Robbins, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 5
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Roberts, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 6
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Robertson-Roe, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 7
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Rogers-Rose, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 8
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Rosenberry-Ross, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 9
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Routt-Russell, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 10
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Salyer, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 11
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Sammons-Scott, 1924-1929

  • Box 56, folder 12
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Seagraves-Shaw, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 1
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Sheets-Shumate, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 2
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Simpson-Skaggs, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 3
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Sloas-Slusher, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 4
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Smith, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 5
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Smitson-Sparks, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 6
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Spears-Spence, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 7
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Spencer, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 8
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Spicer-Stacy, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 9
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Stamper, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 10
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Stapleton, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 11
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Steele-Stegal, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 12
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Stephens-Stephenson, 1924-1929

  • Box 57, folder 13
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Stepp-Stevenson, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 1
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Stewart, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 2
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Stidham-Stockdale, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 3
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Stone-Swinford, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 4
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Tabor-Taylor, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 5
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Terrell-Terry, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 6
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Thacker-Thaxton, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 7
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Thomas, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 8
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Thompson, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 9
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Thornberry-Traylor, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 10
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Trent-Triplett, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 11
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Trosper-Turman, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 12
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Turner, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 13
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Tyfts-Underwood, 1924-1929

  • Box 58, folder 14
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Vance-Vaughan, 1924-1929

  • Box 59, folder 1
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Vermillion-Vires, 1924-1929

  • Box 59, folder 2
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W-Z, 1924-1929

  • Box 59, folder 3
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - A-B, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 4
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - C-E, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 5
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - F-G, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 6
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - H-L, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 7
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - M-O, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 8
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - P-R, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 9
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - S-T, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 10
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Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - V-W, 1924-1925

  • Box 59, folder 11
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Political files, 1924-1940

This series primarily consists of correspondence related to Kentucky politics, patronage, and elections, particularly Democratic primaries and general elections in the Commonwealth. Also included is correspondence related to delegates to the Democratic National Conventions. Most of the materials concern the role of Vinson's Eighth and Ninth congressional districts, particularly in relation to the election of 1932. Arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically within.

Alexander-Gallagher, 1929

  • Box 60, folder 1
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Allen, Bruce, 1926

  • Box 60, folder 2
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Allen-Byrns, 1931

  • Box 60, folder 3
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American Legion Kentucky, 1924-1927

  • Box 60, folder 4
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American Legion (national), 1924-1929

  • Box 60, folder 5
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Anti-Saloon League of America, 1924-1927

  • Box 60, folder 6
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Armitage, Clarence, 1924

  • Box 60, folder 7
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Ashland Chamber of Commerce, 1925-1927

  • Box 60, folder 8
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Ashland Transient Bureau, 1934

  • Box 60, folder 9
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Bach, Chester, 1927

  • Box 60, folder 10
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Bach, Grannis, 1927

  • Box 60, folder 11
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Bailey, Clay, 1927

  • Box 60, folder 12
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Barkley, Alben W., 1926

  • Box 60, folder 13
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Bartram, Nile, 1927

  • Box 60, folder 14
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Bates, Joe, 1927

  • Box 60, folder 15
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Berry, JC, 1928

  • Box 60, folder 16
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Boyd County, 1936-1938

  • Box 60, folder 17
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Boyd County - general, 1936

  • Box 60, folder 18
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Cammack-Douglas, 1931

  • Box 61, folder 1
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Campaign expenses, workers, 1930

  • Box 61, folder 2
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Campaign material - national, 1936

  • Box 61, folder 3
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Correspondence - A, 1924

  • Box 61, folder 4
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Correspondence - A, 1930

  • Box 61, folder 5
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Correspondence - B, 1924

  • Box 61, folder 6
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Correspondence - B, 1930

  • Box 61, folder 7
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Correspondence - C, 1924

  • Box 61, folder 8
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Correspondence - C, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 1
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Correspondence - D, 1924

  • Box 62, folder 2
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Correspondence - D, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 3
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Correspondence - E, 1924

  • Box 62, folder 4
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Correspondence - E, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 5
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Correspondence - F, 1924

  • Box 62, folder 6
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Correspondence - F, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 7
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Correspondence - G, 1924

  • Box 62, folder 8
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Correspondence - G, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 9
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Correspondence - H, 1924

  • Box 62, folder 10
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Correspondence - H, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 11
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Correspondence - I, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 12
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Correspondence - I-K, 1924

  • Box 62, folder 13
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Correspondence - J, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 14
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Correspondence - K, 1930

  • Box 62, folder 15
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Correspondence - L, 1924

  • Box 63, folder 1
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Correspondence - L, 1930

  • Box 63, folder 2
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Correspondence - M, 1924

  • Box 63, folder 3
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Correspondence - M, 1930

  • Box 63, folder 4-5
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Correspondence - N, 1930

  • Box 63, folder 6
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Correspondence - N-O, 1924

  • Box 63, folder 7
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Correspondence - O, 1930

  • Box 63, folder 8
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Correspondence - P, 1924

  • Box 63, folder 9
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Correspondence - P, 1930

  • Box 63, folder 10
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Correspondence - R, 1924

  • Box 63, folder 11
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Correspondence - R, 1930

  • Box 63, folder 12
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Correspondence - S, 1924

  • Box 63, folder 13
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Correspondence - S, 1930

  • Box 64, folder 1
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Correspondence - T, 1924

  • Box 64, folder 2
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Correspondence - T, 1930

  • Box 64, folder 3
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Correspondence - U, 1930

  • Box 64, folder 4
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Correspondence - V, 1924

  • Box 64, folder 5
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Correspondence - V, 1930

  • Box 64, folder 6
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Correspondence - W, 1930

  • Box 64, folder 7
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Correspondence - W-Y, 1924

  • Box 64, folder 8
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Correspondence - X-Z, 1930

  • Box 64, folder 9
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County conventions delegates for national convention - A-F, 1932

  • Box 64, folder 10
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County conventions delegates for national convention - G-L, 1932

  • Box 64, folder 11
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County conventions delegates for national convention - M-W, 1932

  • Box 65, folder 1
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Democratic convention, 1931

  • Box 65, folder 2
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Democratic National Convention, 1928

  • Box 65, folder 3-4
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Democratic National Convention, preparation for, 1928

  • Box 65, folder 5
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Edwards-Green, 1931

  • Box 65, folder 6
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Elections - A, 1932

  • Box 65, folder 7
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Elections - B, 1932

  • Box 65, folder 8
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Elections - C, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 1
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Elections - D, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 2
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Elections - E, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 3
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Elections - F, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 4
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Elections - G, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 5
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Elections - H, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 6
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Elections - I, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 7
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Elections - J, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 8
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Elections - K, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 9
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Elections - L, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 10
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Elections - M, 1932

  • Box 66, folder 11
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Elections - M, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 1
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Elections - N, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 2
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Elections - O, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 3
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Elections - P, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 4
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Elections - R, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 5
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Elections - S, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 6
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Elections - T, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 7
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Elections - U, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 8
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Elections - V, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 9
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Elections - W, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 10
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Elections - X-Z, 1932

  • Box 67, folder 11
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Form letters, 1930

  • Box 67, folder 12
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Form letters, 1934

  • Box 67, folder 13
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Form letters, 1936

  • Box 67, folder 14
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General - A-C, 1932-1933

  • Box 68, folder 1
  • Box 361, folder 4
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General - D-G, 1932-1933

  • Box 68, folder 2
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General - H-Q, 1932-1933

  • Box 68, folder 3
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General - R-S, 1932-1933

  • Box 68, folder 4
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General - T-Y, 1932-1933

  • Box 68, folder 5
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General election - A, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 6
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General election - A, 1936

  • Box 68, folder 7
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General election - B, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 8
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General election - B, 1936

  • Box 68, folder 9
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General election - C, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 10
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General election - C, 1936

  • Box 68, folder 11
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General election - D, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 12
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General election - D-E, 1936

  • Box 68, folder 13
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General election - E, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 14
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General election - F, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 15
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General election - F-G, 1936

  • Box 68, folder 16
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General election - G, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 17
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General election - H, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 18
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General election - H, 1936

  • Box 86, folder 19
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General election - I-J, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 20
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General election - J-K, 1936

  • Box 68, folder 21
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General election - K, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 22
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General election - L, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 23
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General election - L, 1936

  • Box 68, folder 24
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General election - M, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 25
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General election - miscellaneous, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 26
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General election - N, 1934

  • Box 68, folder 27
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General election - O, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 1
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General election - O-R, 1936

  • Box 69, folder 2
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General election - P-Q, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 3
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General election - R, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 4
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General election - S, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 5
  • Box 360, folder 1
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General election - S-T, 1936

  • Box 69, folder 6
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General election - T, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 7
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General election - V, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 8
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General election - V-W, 1936

  • Box 69, folder 9
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General election - W, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 10
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General election - Y, 1934

  • Box 69, folder 11
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General elections, 1939-1940

  • Box 69, folder 12
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Gilbert-Myers, 1929

  • Box 69, folder 13
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Gubernatorial election, 1935

  • Box 361, folder 3
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Gubernatorial election - A-B, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 14
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Gubernatorial election - C, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 15
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Gubernatorial election - D-F, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 16
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Gubernatorial election - G-I, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 17
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Gubernatorial election - J-M, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 18
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Gubernatorial election - N-R, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 19
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Gubernatorial election - S-T, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 20
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Gubernatorial election - U-Y, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 21
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Gubernatorial election - vote tabulation, 1935

  • Box 69, folder 22
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Hager-Lysons, 1931

  • Box 70, folder 1
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Judge Henry R. Prewitt announces for re-election as circuit judge, 1927

  • Box 361, folder 2
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Judicial district, 1926-1927

  • Box 70, folder 2
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Kentucky redistricting, 1934

  • Box 70, folder 3
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MacDonald-Purdon, 1931

  • Box 70, folder 4
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MacDonald-Purdon, 1931

  • Box 70, folder 5
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Mary Inglis Highway, 1932-1935

  • Box 70, folder 6
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Miscellaneous, 1925

  • Box 70, folder 7
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Miscellaneous, 1928-1930

  • Box 70, folder 8-9
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Miscellaneous, 1936

  • Box 70, folder 10
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Miscellaneous ephemera, 1928-1930

  • Box 70, folder 11
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Miscellaneous notes and lists, 1933

  • Box 70, folder 12
  • Box 71, folder 1
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Patronage, 1933-1936

  • Box 71, folder 2-3
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Patronage - A, 1934

  • Box 71, folder 4
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Patronage - A, 1937

  • Box 71, folder 5
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Patronage - A-D, 1932-1933

  • Box 71, folder 6
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Patronage - B, 1934

  • Box 71, folder 7
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Patronage - B-M, 1935

  • Box 71, folder 8
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Patronage - E, 1934

  • Box 71, folder 9
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Patronage - E-H, 1932-1933

  • Box 71, folder 10
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Patronage - F, 1934

  • Box 71, folder 11
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Patronage - I, 1934

  • Box 71, folder 12
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Patronage - J, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 1
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Patronage - J, 1937

  • Box 72, folder 2
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Patronage - J-L, 1932-1933

  • Box 72, folder 3
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Patronage - K, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 4
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Patronage - L, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 5
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Patronage - M, 1932-1933

  • Box 72, folder 6
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Patronage - M, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 7
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Patronage - Mc, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 8
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Patronage - O, 1937

  • Box 72, folder 9
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Patronage - O -P, 1932-1933

  • Box 72, folder 10
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Patronage - P, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 11
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Patronage - P-V, 1935

  • Box 72, folder 12
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Patronage - R-S, 1932-1933

  • Box 72, folder 13
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Patronage - S, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 14
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Patronage - T, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 15
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Patronage - T-Z, 1932-1933

  • Box 72, folder 16
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Patronage - V, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 17
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Patronage - V, 1936

  • Box 72, folder 18
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Patronage - W, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 19
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Patronage - W, 1937

  • Box 72, folder 20
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Personal, 1936

  • Box 72, folder 21
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Personal campaign, 1935

  • Box 360, folder 5
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Personal notes, campaign of 1934, 1934

  • Box 72, folder 22
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Photographer advertisements, 1930-1935

  • Box 73, folder 1
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Plummer-Stovall, 1929

  • Box 73, folder 2
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Primary - A, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 3
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Primary - B, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 4
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Primary - C, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 5
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Primary - D, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 6
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Primary - E, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 7
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Primary - F, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 8
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Primary - G, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 9
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Primary - H, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 10
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Primary - I-J, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 11
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Primary - K, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 12
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Primary - L, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 13
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Primary - M, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 14
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Primary - N, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 15
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Primary - O, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 16
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Primary - P, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 17
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Primary - precinct returns, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 18
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Primary - R, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 19
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Primary - S, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 20
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Primary - T, 1934

  • Box 73, folder 21
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Primary - V, 1934

  • Box 74, folder 1
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Primary - W, 1934

  • Box 74, folder 2
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Primary - Y, 1934

  • Box 74, folder 3
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Primary election, 1923

  • Box 74, folder 4
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Primary election, 1924

  • Box 74, folder 5
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Primary election, 1925

  • Box 74, folder 6
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Primary election, 1928 June

  • Box 74, folder 7
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Primary election, 1928 July

  • Box 74, folder 8-9
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Primary election, 1928 August

  • Box 74, folder 10
  • Box 75, folder 1-2
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Primary election, 1928 September

  • Box 75, folder 3
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Primary election - A, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 4
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Primary election - B, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 5
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Primary election - C, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 6
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Primary election - D, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 7
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Primary election - E, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 8
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Primary election - F, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 9
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Primary election - G, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 10
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Primary election - H, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 11
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Primary election - I-J, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 12
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Primary election - K-L, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 13
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Primary election - M-N, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 14
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Primary election - miscellaneous, 1928

  • Box 75, folder 15
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Primary election - O-P, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 16
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Primary election - Q-R, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 17
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Primary election - S, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 18
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Primary election - T-U, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 19
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Primary election - V-Y, 1936

  • Box 75, folder 20
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Primary form letters, 1928

  • Box 75, folder 21
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Primary form letters, 1932

  • Box 75, folder 22
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Ramsey-Rouse, 1931

  • Box 75, folder 23
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Redistricting bill - 1934 session of Kentucky legislature, 1934

  • Box 76, folder 1
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Reforestation - A-D, 1933

  • Box 76, folder 2
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Reforestation - F-L, 1933

  • Box 76, folder 3
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Reforestation - M-W, 1933

  • Box 76, folder 4
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Salyer-Tyra, 1931

  • Box 76, folder 5
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Secretary of State ballot instructions, 1936 July 1

  • Box 361, folder 7
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Special election, 1938 June

  • Box 76, folder 6
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Thompson-Wright, 1929

  • Box 76, folder 7
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Underwood-Young, 1931

  • Box 76, folder 8
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Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, 1937-1943

This series consists of case files, judicial opinions, and administrative files documenting Vinson's judgeship on the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia from 1938 to 1943. Papers include draft and final opinions, notes, memoranda, correspondence, and reference materials including volumes of the 1943 Washington Law Reporter. This series is arranged into two sub-series: Case files and Subject files. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Political files, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Case files, 1938-1943

Arranged chronologically by date of opinion release and then alphabetically by case title.

Proctor v. American Security and Trust Co., 7058, Judge Vinson's first opinion, 1938 June 13

  • Box 77, folder 1
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Helen O. Willis v. USA, 7068, 1938 July 5

  • Box 77, folder 2
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Johnson A. Wimsatt, Inc. v. DC Commissioners, 7067, opinion by Vinson, 1938 July 5

  • Box 77, folder 3
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Brown v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., 7136, 1938 September 29

  • Box 77, folder 4
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Walford v. McNeill, 7074, 1938 October 10

  • Box 77, folder 5
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Evans, et al. v. Ockershausen, et al., 7062-7065, opinion by Vinson, 1938 October 31

  • Box 77, folder 6-7
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Black River Valley Broadcast Inc. v. Frank R McNinch, et al., 7170, 1938 November 21

  • Box 77, folder 8
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US ex rel. GC Roughton v. Harold L. Ickes, 7113, 1938 December 5

  • Box 77, folder 9
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William Jameson & Co. v. Morgenthau, Civil 440, 1938 December 22

  • Box 77, folder 10
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William Jameson & Co. v. Morgenthau, Civil 440, 1938 December 22

  • Box 78, folder 1
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Tumulty et al. v. District of Columbia, 7061, 1939 January 16

  • Box 78, folder 2
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Tipp v. District of Columbia, 7110, Vinson district, 1939 January 23

  • Box 78, folder 3
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Lyons v. Hines, 7108, 1939 February 6

  • Box 78, folder 4
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Pratt v. USA, 7176, 1939 February 20

  • Box 78, folder 5
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The Courier Post Publishing Co. v. Federal Communications Commission, 7091, opinion by Vinson, 1939 March 6

  • Box 78, folder 6
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Albert R. Clark v. Associate Retail Credit Co. of Washington DC, 7139, 1939 April 10

  • Box 78, folder 7-8
  • Box 360, folder 4
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Laughlin v. Cummings, 7278, 1939 April 10

  • Box 78, folder 9
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Summerhays v. Conway Coe, Commission of Patents, 7134, 1939 April 10

  • Box 79, folder 1
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Hines, Vets Administrator Elliott, Comptroller v. Marsh, 7214, 1939 April 17

  • Box 79, folder 2
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Giovannani v. Waple and James, 7163, 1939 May 8

  • Box 79, folder 3
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Harris v. Embrey, 7217, 1939 May 8

  • Box 79, folder 4
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Olson v. Throckmorton, 7174, 1938 May 8

  • Box 79, folder 5
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Herder, et al. v. Helvering, 7179-80, 1939 June 26

  • Box 79, folder 6
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Prevost v. Secretary of Treasury, Morgenthau, Jr., 7130, 1939 June 26

  • Box 79, folder 7
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Witters v. USA, 7295, 1939 June 27

  • Box 79, folder 8
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Ana Rosario v. USA, 7030, 1939 June 30

  • Box 80, folder 1
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Young, Receiver v. Nicholson, Riggs National Bank, 7235, 1939 July 31

  • Box 80, folder 2
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Chapman v. Griffith Consumers Co., 7167, 1939 October 9

  • Box 80, folder 3
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Bishop v. USA, 7288, 1939 October 23

  • Box 80, folder 4
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Lukens Steel, et al. v. Perkins, et al., 7368, 1939 November

  • Box 80, folder 5
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Curtis Williams v. American Employers Insurance Co., 7325, 1939 November 6

  • Box 80, folder 6
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Stewart v. Capital Transit Co., 7141, 1939 November 13

  • Box 80, folder 7
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Tri-State Broadcasting v. Federal Communications Commission, 7192, 1939 November 13

  • Box 80, folder 8
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Regal Cleaners and Dryers v. Joseph Pessagno, 7195, 1939 November 27

  • Box 80, folder 9
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Steger, Infant v. Cameron, 7243, 1939 November 27

  • Box 80, folder 10
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Reality Investment and Securities Corporation v. HL Rust Co., 7275-7296, 1939 December 4

  • Box 80, folder 11
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Neild v. DC, 7213, 1939

  • Box 80, folder 12
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Laber v. Hall, 7327, 1940 January

  • Box 80, folder 13
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National Federation of Railway Workers v. National Mediation Board, et al., 7422, 1940 January 8

  • Box 80, folder 14
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Carl v. Ferrell, 7469, 1940 January 15

  • Box 80, folder 15
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Carl v. Norris, 7470, 1940 January 15

  • Box 80, folder 16
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Green (AFL) v. Brophy (CIO), 7381, 1940 January 15

  • Box 80, folder 17
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Small v. Cohen and USA, 7349, 1940 January 22

  • Box 80, folder 18
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Gay Union Corp Inc., Canal Bank & Trust Co. v. Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, 7402-03, 1940 February 26

  • Box 81, folder 1
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USA v. American Medical Association, 7488, 1940 March 4

  • Box 81, folder 2
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Barnes, et al v. Pannakker, 7337-38, 1940 March 11

  • Box 81, folder 3
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Richardson v. Richardson, 7330, 1940 March 18

  • Box 81, folder 4
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Fidelity and Deposit Co. v. Guy T. Helvering, 7434, 1940 April 15

  • Box 81, folder 5
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Harry Panitz & Co. v. District of Columbia, 7294, 1940 April 22

  • Box 81, folder 6
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Howard v. Howard, 7545, 1940 April 29

  • Box 81, folder 7
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Parmlee v. USA, 7332, 1940 May 13

  • Box 81, folder 8
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Swofford v. International Marine Co., 7535, 1940 May 20

  • Box 81, folder 9
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Korman, Trustee v. Federal Housing Administration, 7427, 1940 June 3

  • Box 81, folder 10
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Goodloe v. Hawk, 7437, 1940 June 24

  • Box 81, folder 11
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Miller v. Schwinn Inc., 7409, 1940 June 24

  • Box 81, folder 12
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Dunn v. Sec. of the Interior Ickes, 7652, 1940 June 28

  • Box 82, folder 1
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Morgan v. Hines, 7369, 1940 July 15

  • Box 82, folder 2
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Davis v. Davis, 7420, 1940 July

  • Box 82, folder 3
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Glass v. Sec. of the Interior Ickes, 7460, 1940 August 26

  • Box 82, folder 4
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Cysick v. Second National Bank, 7501, 1940 September 23

  • Box 82, folder 5
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Flanagan v. Helvering, 7448, 1940 October 14

  • Box 82, folder 6
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California Packing Corporation v. District of Columbia, 7513, 1940 October 28

  • Box 82, folder 7
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Daniels v. Conway Coe, Commissioner of Patents, 7508, 1940 October 28

  • Box 82, folder 8
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Nueslein v. District of Columbia, 7686, 1940 November 25

  • Box 82, folder 9
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Granholm v. Cardillo, 7483, 1940 December 9

  • Box 82, folder 10
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National Labor Relations Board v. Arcade-Sunshine Co. Inc., 7598, 1940 December 9

  • Box 82, folder 11
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McGraw Hill Publishing Co v. American Aviation Association, 7615, 1940 December 16

  • Box 82, folder 12
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Holzbeierlein v. Grant, et al., 7629, 1941 January 6

  • Box 82, folder 13
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Huber v. Helvering, 7548, 1941 January 27

  • Box 82, folder 14
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Tyer v. Hines, 7612, 1941 January 27

  • Box 82, folder 15
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Colorado Raido Corp v. Federal Communications Commission, 7582, 1941 February 3

  • Box 82, folder 16
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Jefferson v. Helvering, 7556, 1941 February 17

  • Box 82, folder 17
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Pike, et al. v. Walker, PM General, 7697, 1941 March 10

  • Box 83, folder 1
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Jones v. Kennedy, 7549, 1941 March 17

  • Box 83, folder 2
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All States Service Station, Inc v. Standard Oil Co., 7556, 1941 March 24

  • Box 83, folder 3
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Young, Receiver Industrial Savings Bank v. Howard and Hayes, 7526, 1941 March 24

  • Box 83, folder 4
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Pullen v. Sun Life Insurance Co., 7760, 1941 March 31

  • Box 83, folder 5
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Sharp v. Coe, 7400, 1941 March

  • Box 83, folder 6
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Brice v. Walker, 7639, 1941 April 7

  • Box 83, folder 7
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Eades v. Capital Materials Co., Inc., 7587, 1941 April 7

  • Box 83, folder 8
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Lammerding, etc v. Helvering, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 7592-94, 1941 April 28

  • Box 83, folder 9
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Krause v. Coe, 7584, 1941 May 5

  • Box 83, folder 10
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Bethlehem Steel Co. v. NLRB, 7503, 7538, 1941 May 12

  • Box 83, folder 11-12
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Cherry v. Miley, 7641, 1941 May 12

  • Box 83, folder 13
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Helvering v. Lent, 7620, 1941 June 2

  • Box 83, folder 14
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Eureka Maryland Assurance Corp v. Gray, 7643, 1941 June 16

  • Box 83, folder 15
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Andree & Seedman Inc. v. Administrator of Dept of Labor Wage and Price Division, 7715, 1941 June 30

  • Box 83, folder 16
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Kerr v. US Veteran's Administration, 7487, 1941 June 30

  • Box 83, folder 17
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National Association of Wool Manufactures v. Administrator of Wage and Hour Division, 7714, 1941 June 30

  • Box 83, folder 18
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Southern Garment Manufactures v. Administrator of Labor Wage and Price Division, 7709, 1941 June 30

  • Box 84, folder 1
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Warring v. Colpoys, 7921, 1941 July 29

  • Box 84, folder 2
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Warring v. Huff, 7879, 1941 July 29

  • Box 84, folder 3
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Viereck v. USA, 8204, 1941 September 21

  • Box 84, folder 4-5
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Catoe v. USA, 8090, 1941 October 5

  • Box 84, folder 6
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Williams v. USA, 8038, 1941 October 12

  • Box 84, folder 7
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Chippas v. Valltes: 7698, 1941 October 13

  • Box 84, folder 8
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McCord v. Helvering: 7705, 1941 October 28

  • Box 84, folder 9
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Gutshall v. Wood, 7662, 1941 November 3

  • Box 84, folder 10
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Southern Railway v. ACME Fast Freight, Inc., 7694, 1941 November 10

  • Box 84, folder 11
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Gertman v. Burdick, 7773-75, 1941 November 26

  • Box 84, folder 12
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Phipps v. Helvering, 7759, 1941 December 8

  • Box 85, folder 1
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Greenbalt v. Wender, 7762, 1941 December 15

  • Box 85, folder 2
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Abbot, Puller and Myers v. Peyser, Receiver of Mongomery Building and Loan Association, 7889, 1941 December 31

  • Box 85, folder 3
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Sacks v. Sacks, 7832, 1941 December 31

  • Box 85, folder 4
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Hurwitz v. Hurwitz, 8156, 1942 January

  • Box 85, folder 5
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St. Francis Hospital v. Helvering, 7829, 1942 February 2

  • Box 85, folder 6
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US ex rel. Denholm & McKay Co. v. US Board of Tax Appeals, 7817, 1942 February 9

  • Box 85, folder 7
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Railroad Retirement Board v. Bates, 7812, 1942 February 24

  • Box 85, folder 8
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Hiscox v. Jackson, 7874, 1942 March 16

  • Box 85, folder 9
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Osage Tribe of Indians v. Ickes, Civil 10787, 1942 March 19

  • Box 85, folder 10
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US v. Offult et al., 1942 April 13

  • Box 85, folder 11
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Martin v. USA, 7882, 1942 May 4

  • Box 85, folder 12
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Hancock v. Helvering, 7904-7908, 1942 May 11

  • Box 85, folder 13
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Verkouteren v. Edwards, 7997, 1942 May 18

  • Box 85, folder 14
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Robinson v. US, 8034, 1942 June 1

  • Box 85, folder 15
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USA v. Cox, 7876, 1942 June 1

  • Box 86, folder 1
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Jones v. Donlop, 8004, 1942 June 8

  • Box 86, folder 2
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Dochler Metal Furniture Co., Inc. v. Warren, 7972, 1942 June 15

  • Box 86, folder 3
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Marvin's Credit, Inc. v. Hall, 7946, 1942 June 22

  • Box 86, folder 4
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In re Rosier, 7920, 1942 September 7

  • Box 86, folder 5
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Catoe v. USA, 8090, 1942 October 5

  • Box 86, folder 6
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Miessner and Hoschke, 7962, 1942 November 2

  • Box 86, folder 7
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Scharfield v. Richardson, 7890, 1942 November 23

  • Box 86, folder 8
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Umhau v. Bazzuro, 8062, 1942 November 23

  • Box 86, folder 9
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Sesso v. USA, 8176, 1942 December 7

  • Box 86, folder 10
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Gersing v. Chafitz, 8394, 1942 December 8

  • Box 86, folder 11
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Philadelphia Inquirer Company v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents, 7944, 1942 December 8

  • Box 86, folder 12
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Suit-Fletcher v. Judges of DC Court of Appeals, 8141, 1942

  • Box 86, folder 13
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Johnston v. Dental Board, 8076, 1943 January 18

  • Box 86, folder 14
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First National Steamship Co. v. US Shipping Board, 8253, 1943 January 22

  • Box 86, folder 15
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Boss and Phelps v. District of Columbia, 8190, 1943 January 25

  • Box 87, folder 1
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Consolidated Home Equipment Co. v. Crossland, 8373, 1943 January

  • Box 87, folder 2
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Matthew, et al. v. Moncrief and Perpetual Building Association, 8023, 1943 February 8

  • Box 87, folder 3
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Slaughter v. Madison, 8293, 1943 February 8

  • Box 87, folder 4
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Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen v. National Mediation Board, 8311, 1943 February 15

  • Box 87, folder 5
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Switchmen's Union v. National Mediation Board, 8346, 1943 February 15

  • Box 87, folder 6-7
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Campion v. Brooks Transportation Company, Stoneburner v. Brooks Transportation Co., 8070, 1943 March 8

  • Box 87, folder 8
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Watrous and Hosmer v. District of Columbia, 8313-8314, 1943 March 9

  • Box 87, folder 9
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Great American Indemnity Co. v. Cardillo, 8139, 1943 March 23

  • Box 87, folder 10
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Pace v. District of Columbia, 8274, 1943 April 12

  • Box 87, folder 11
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Ickes v. Ledbetter, 8337, 1943 April 26

  • Box 87, folder 12
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Berg v. USA, 8391, 1943 April

  • Box 88, folder 1
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Shiftlett v. USA, 8493, 1943 April

  • Box 88, folder 2
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Brown v. Hecht Co., 6498, 1943 May 19

  • Box 88, folder 3
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Washington Gas Light Co. v. Byrnes, 8501, 1943 May 26

  • Box 88, folder 4
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Robinson v. Wayne, et al., 8236, 1943 May 29

  • Box 88, folder 5
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Vietti v. Wayne, et al., 8235, 1943 May 29

  • Box 88, folder 6
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Alexander v. USA, 8417, 1943 May

  • Box 88, folder 7
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Subject files, 1937-1943

Arranged alphabetically by folder title and then chronologically by date.

Addresses and reports delivered at the Third Judicial Circuit Conference, 1943

  • Box 88, folder 8
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Addresses and speeches of distinguished jurists, 1943

  • Box 88, folder 9
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Administrative law bill, 1938-1939

  • Box 88, folder 10
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Appropriations for the Court, 1944

  • Box 88, folder 11
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Building - proposed new building for the federal court in District of Columbia, 1938-1942

  • Box 88, folder 12
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Calendar - October term, 1939

  • Box 88, folder 13
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Calendar - October term, 1942

  • Box 88, folder 14
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Calendar for Court of Appeals, 1938-1943

  • Box 88, folder 15
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Cases - opinions selected for annotation by Annotation and Law Review, 1939-1943

  • Box 89, folder 1
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Committee on Law School Admissions, 1937-1942

  • Box 89, folder 2-3
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Committee on Supporting Personnel of the Courts, 1942-1943

  • Box 89, folder 4-5
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Digest of opinions of the Court of Appeals for District of Columbia, 1940-1941

  • Box 89, folder 6
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Inventory of government-owned property for Justice Vinson as chairman, 1941

  • Box 89, folder 7
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Judicial Conference, 1941

  • Box 89, folder 8
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Judicial Conference, 1941-1942

  • Box 89, folder 9
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Judicial Conference, 1943

  • Box 89, folder 10-11
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Judicial Conference - Charlottesville, Washington, 1938/1940

  • Box 90, folder 1
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Judicial Conference Circuit Court judge reports, 1938-1941

  • Box 90, folder 2
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Legislation, judiciary, 1938-1943

  • Box 90, folder 3-4
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Memoranda - opinions - cases in which Vinson participated - A-C, 1941

  • Box 90, folder 5
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Memoranda - opinions - cases in which Vinson participated - D-H, 1941

  • Box 90, folder 6
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Memoranda - opinions - cases in which Vinson participated - J-P, 1941

  • Box 90, folder 7
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Memoranda - opinions - cases in which Vinson participated - R-Z, 1941

  • Box 91, folder 1
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Miscellaneous, 1941

  • Box 91, folder 2-3
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Notes and data, undated

  • Box 91, folder 4
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Opinion correspondence, 1941

  • Box 91, folder 5
  • Box 361, folder 1
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Opinion mailing list, 1939-1941

  • Box 91, folder 6
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Opinions of Judge Vinson with index - vol. I, 1938-1940

  • Box 91, folder 7-9
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Opinions of Judge Vinson with index - vol. II, 1941-1943

  • Box 92, folder 1-3
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Opinions of Judge Vinson - US Circuit Court of Appeals for Ninth Circuit, 1939-1940

  • Box 92, folder 4
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Opinions of the whole court, Court of Appeals for District of Columbia, 1942-1943

  • Box 92, folder 5-7
  • Box 93, folder 1-2
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Preliminary report of Committee on Standardization Jury Instructions, 1941

  • Box 93, folder 3
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Printed legal material, 1936-1943

  • Box 93, folder 4
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Report to the Judicial Conference of the Committee on Selection of Jurors, 1942 September

  • Box 93, folder 5
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Statistics, 1941

  • Box 93, folder 6
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Tabulation of all cases in which Judge Vinson participated, 1941

  • Box 93, folder 7
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The Washington Law Reporter - vol. 71 - 1-46, 1943

  • Box 93, folder 8
  • Box 94, folder 1-4
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West Publishing Co., 1941

  • Box 94, folder 5
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Emergency Court of Appeals, 1942-1943

This series consists of case files, judicial opinions, and administrative files documenting Vinson's chief judgeship on the Emergency Court of Appeals. Papers include draft and final opinions, notes, memoranda, correspondence, reference materials, and meeting and appointment calendars. The series is arranged into two sub-series: Case files and Subject files. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Articles and statements, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Case files

Arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically by folder title.

Galban Lobo Co. v. Leon Henderson, no. 2, 1942 September 30

  • Box 94, folder 6-7
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Galban Lobo Co. v. Leon Henderson, no. 3, 1942 November 19

  • Box 94, folder 8
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Galban Lobo Co. v. Leon Henderson, no. 13, 1942

  • Box 95, folder 1
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Flett v. Henderson, no. 7, 1942

  • Box 95, folder 2
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Shapiro v. Henderson, no. 8, 1942

  • Box 95, folder 3
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Taylor v. Henderson, no. 10, 1942

  • Box 95, folder 4
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William Focke's Sons Co. v. Henderson, no. 11, 1942

  • Box 95, folder 5
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Frank v. Henderson, no. 9, 1942-1943

  • Box 95, folder 6
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Buka Coal v. Henderson, no. 4, 1943 February 1

  • Box 95, folder 7-8
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Armour & Co. v. Brown, no. 26, 1943 April 13

  • Box 95, folder 9
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Armour & Co. v. Brown, no. 27, 1943 April

  • Box 95, folder 10
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Armour & Co. v. Brown, no. 28, 1943 April

  • Box 95, folder 11
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Flintkote Co. v. Brown, no. 30, 1943 April

  • Box 95, folder 12
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Northwood Apartments Inc. v. Brown, no. 41, 1943 April

  • Box 95, folder 13
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US Gypsum Co. v. Brown, no. 29, 1943 April

  • Box 95, folder 14
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Lincoln Savings Bank v. Henderson, no. 12, 1943 May 7

  • Box 96, folder 1
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Chatlos v. Henderson, no. 14, 1943 May 28

  • Box 96, folder 2-3
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Davies Warehouse Co. v. Prentiss M. Brown, no. 5, 1943 May 28

  • Box 96, folder 4-5
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Armour & Co. v. Brown, no. 48, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 6
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Chapin, et al. v. Brown, no. 35, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 7
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Cornelius Apartments v. Brown, no. 36, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 8
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Cudahy Brothers v. Brown, no. 42, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 9
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Cudahy Brothers v. Brown, no. 43, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 10
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Cudahy Brothers v. Brown, no. 44, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 11
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Hubbart v. Brown, no. 37, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 12
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Interwoven Stocking Co. v. Brown, no. 45, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 13
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Johnson v. Brown, no. 38, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 14
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Machen v. Brown, no. 46, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 15
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Madison Park Corp v. Brown, no. 33, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 16
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Malloy v. Brown, no. 39, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 17
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Oswald and Hess Co. v. Brown, no. 32, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 18
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Philadelphia Coke Co. v. Brown, no. 47, 1943 May

  • Box 96, folder 19
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West Seattle Land & Improvement Co. v. Brown, no. 34, 1943 May

  • Box 97, folder 1
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Whitter Investment Co. v. Brown, no. 40, 1943 May

  • Box 97, folder 2
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Wilson & Co. Inc v. Brown, no. 31, 1943 May

  • Box 97, folder 3
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Wilson & Bennett v. Brown, no. 19, 1943 July 15

  • Box 97, folder 4-5
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Berimore Co. v. Brown, no. 18, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 6
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Flintkote Co. v. Henderson, no. 16, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 7
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Galban Lobo Co. v. Henderson, no. 6, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 8
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Harlen Metal Corp v. Brown, no. 24, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 9
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Hillcrest Terrace Corp v. Henderson, no. 17, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 10
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Katz v. Brown, no. 25, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 11
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Lakemore Co. v. Henderson, no. 15, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 12
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National Electrical Contractors Association v. Brown, no. 22, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 13
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Spaeth v. Brown, no. 20, 1943

  • Box 97, folder 14
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US Gypsum v. Brown, no. 21, 1943

  • Box 98, folder 1
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US Gypsum v. Brown, no. 23, 1943

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Subject files

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Book receipts and catalogs, 1942-1943

  • Box 98, folder 3
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Calendar, March 2, 1942 to April 8, 1943, 1942-1943

  • Box 98, folder 4
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Correspondence concerning tentative suggested rules for the Emergency Court of Appeals, 1942 May 2

  • Box 98, folder 5
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Designations of judges, 1942

  • Box 98, folder 6
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Legislation, 1941-1943

  • Box 98, folder 7
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Miscellaneous, 1943

  • Box 98, folder 8
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Personnel review, 1942-1943

  • Box 98, folder 9
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Proposed drafts on rules of the Emergency Court of Appeals, 1942-1943

  • Box 98, folder 10-11
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Rules of the Emergency Court of Appeals, 1942 May

  • Box 98, folder 12
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Suggested rules for Emergency Court of Appeals, 1942 February 6

  • Box 98, folder 13
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Office of Economic Stabilization, 1942-1945

This series primarily consists of correspondence, directives, wage and price agreements, and executive orders documenting Vinson's work as Director of the Office of Economic Stabilization. There are also working files, press releases, and reference materials concerning government price regulations and price support on food stuffs, coal and petroleum, and governmental services. Arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically by date. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Articles and statements, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Bureau of Labor Statistics - cost of living index and related correspondence, 1942-1945

  • Box 99, folder 1-2
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Directories, 1942-1944

  • Box 99, folder 3
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Economic Stabilization Director, 1943

  • Box 99, folder 4
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Executive orders, 1942-1944

  • Box 99, folder 5
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Notebook - directives, 1942-1945

  • Box 99, folder 6
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Notebook - Economic Stabilization, May 1942 to May 1945 vol. 1 and index, 1942-1945

  • Box 99, folder 7
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Notebook - Economic Stabilization, May 1942 to May 1945 vol. 2, 1942-1945

  • Box 100, folder 1
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Opinions, 1942-1944

  • Box 100, folder 2
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Press releases, 1942-1945

  • Box 100, folder 3
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Regulations, 1942-1943

  • Box 100, folder 4
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Reports, 1943-1944

  • Box 100, folder 5
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Statutes, 1942

  • Box 100, folder 6
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Tax program proposal, 1943

  • Box 100, folder 7
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Tax program proposal - consideration respecting a federal retail sales tax, 1943 October 12

  • Box 100, folder 8-9
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Taxes, 1943

  • Box 100, folder 10
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Taxes, 1943

  • Box 101, folder 1
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Bretton Woods Conference, 1944-1945

This series consists of correspondence, ephemera, conference minutes, and other files documenting Vinson's role as Vice Chairman of the American delegation at the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference convened in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, July 1 through July 22, 1944. Papers relate to conference negotiations and congressional reactions to the event. Arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically by date. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Articles and statements, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Agenda, notes, and ephemera, 1944 July 1

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Articles, memoranda, reports, 1944 January-June

  • Box 101, folder 3
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Articles, memoranda, receipts, reports, 1944 July-December

  • Box 101, folder 4
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Assorted reports, 1944

  • Box 101, folder 5-6
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Joint Statement Articles I-IV, 1944 July

  • Box 101, folder 7-8
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Joint Statement Articles V-X, 1944 July 1

  • Box 101, folder 9
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Joint Statement Articles V-XIV, 1944 July

  • Box 101, folder 10
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Notebook - official transcript of minutes of meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire Commission 1, Part 1, meetings of the full commission, 1944 July

  • Box 102, folder 1
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Notebook - official transcript of minutes of meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire Commissions 2 and 3, 1944 July

  • Box 102, folder 2
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Notebook - official transcript of minutes of meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire Commission 1, Part 2, Committee 1 and 2, 1944 July 1-22

  • Box 102, folder 3
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Notebook - official transcript of minutes of meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire Commission 1, Part 3, Committee 3 and 4, 1944 July 1-22

  • Box 103, folder 1
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Official documents, no. 11-32, 1944 July

  • Box 103, folder 2
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Official documents, no. 34-65, 1944 July

  • Box 103, folder 3
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Official documents, no. 101-153, 1944 July

  • Box 103, folder 4
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Official documents, no. 163-199, 1944 July

  • Box 103, folder 5
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Official documents, no. 200-239, 1944 July

  • Box 103, folder 6
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Official documents, no. 240-249, 1944 July

  • Box 103, folder 7
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Official documents, no. 250-299, 1944 July

  • Box 104, folder 1
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Official documents, no. 300-329, 1944 July

  • Box 104, folder 2
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Official documents, no. 330-399, 1944 July

  • Box 104, folder 3
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Official documents, no. 400-419, 1944 July

  • Box 104, folder 4
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Official documents, no. 420-449, 1944 July

  • Box 104, folder 5-6
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Official documents, no. 450-485, 1944 July

  • Box 104, folder 7
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Official documents, no. 492, 1944 July

  • Box 104, folder 8
  • Box 105, folder 1
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Official documents, no. 495-497, 1944 July

  • Box 105, folder 2
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Official documents, no. 502-529 and assorted reports, 1944 July

  • Box 105, folder 3
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Questions and answers on the International Monetary Fund and the Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1944 June 10

  • Box 105, folder 4-5
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Reports, 1944 July 1-16

  • Box 105, folder 6
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Reports, 1945 January-April

  • Box 105, folder 7
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Federal Loan Administrator, 1945

This series contains bound and loose correspondence, regulations, and statutes documenting Vinson's brief term as the Federal Loan Administrator. The correspondence consists of carbon copies of letters written by Vinson. Arranged alphabetically by folder title or correspondent's name. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Articles and statements, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Correspondence bound volume, 1945

  • Box 106, folder 1
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General correspondence, 1945 March

  • Box 106, folder 2
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Reconstruction Finance Committee Act as amended, 1945 March

  • Box 106, folder 3
  • Box 107, folder 1
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RFC Activities - Agency Division - Legal Division, 1945 March

  • Box 107, folder 2
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RFC Activities - Agency Division - Personnel Division Statistical and Economic Division, 1945 March

  • Box 107, folder 3-4
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Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1945

This series contains bound correspondence, memoranda, and working files documenting Vinson's brief term as Director of the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion. The correspondence consists of carbon copies of letters written by Vinson. Two reels of microfilm also contain correspondence related to the War Mobilization Office. Arranged alphabetically by folder title or correspondent's name. The microfilm is listed at the end of the series. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Articles and statements, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Correspondence, 1945 April

  • Box 107, folder 4
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Correspondence bound volume, 1945 April-July

  • Box 107, folder 5
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Permanente Foundation, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 1
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Permanente Foundation insurance plan, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 2-5
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Microfilm copy, reels 1-2, 1945

  • Box 380, reel 1-2
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Secretary of the Treasury, 1945-1946

This series consists of bound and loose correspondence, legislative bills, memoranda, press releases, reports, and administrative files documenting Vinson's term as Secretary of the Treasury from July 23, 1945 to June 23, 1946. Correspondence includes a microfilm copy of letters to and from President Harry S. Truman that was provided by the Truman Presidential Library. Also included is the correspondence of Paul Kelley, Vinson's administrative assistant. In addition, there is a set of index cards that list appointments and summarize correspondence, memoranda, and telephone call messages. A microfilm copy of all the papers and index cards in this series is available for use. Materials relate to the Secretary's work transitioning the economy from a wartime to a peacetime footing, the creation of the International Monetary Fund, and negotiations regarding loans to Europe and the United Kingdom. Subjects include taxation, the National Advisory Council, legislation for full-employment, and wage and price controls. For more papers related to this period of Vinson's career, please consult the following series: Articles and statements, Newspaper clippings, Personal correspondence, and Speeches.

Index cards, 1945-1946

The index cards document the administrative staff's processing of Vinsons interactions with federal agencies, Congress, foreign officials, and others. These cards include lists of meetings, logs of telephone calls, and summaries of correspondence and memoranda. A microfilm copy of the index cards is also available for use. The cards are arranged into six categories: Appointments, Congressional, Official, Personal, Reading copies, and Telephone calls. Within each category, cards are organized chronologically by year and then alphabetically by designated term. The microfilm contains the same order of arrangement as the physical index cards.

Appointments A- Z, 1945-1946

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Congressional A-G, 1945

  • Box 364
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Congressional H-Z, 1945

  • Box 365
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Congressional A-Z, 1946

  • Box 365
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Official A-F, 1945

  • Box 365
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Official G-Z, 1945

  • Box 366
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Official A-Mc, 1946

  • Box 367
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Official M-Z, 1946

  • Box 368
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Personal A-Bu, 1945

  • Box 368
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Personal C-Lo, 1945

  • Box 369
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Personal M-Z, 1945

  • Box 370
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Personal A-Invitations, 1946

  • Box 371
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Personal J-T, 1946

  • Box 372
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Personal U-Z, 1946

  • Box 373
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Reading copy A-Z, 1945-1946

  • Box 373
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Reading copies, 1946 January-June

  • Box 374
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Telephone calls A-Ka, 1945

  • Box 375
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Telephone calls Ke-Z, 1945

  • Box 376
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Telephone calls A-Gu, 1946

  • Box 377
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Telephone calls H-Ru, 1946

  • Box 378
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Telephone calls S-Z, 1946

  • Box 379
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Microfilm copy of index cards, reels 1-4, 1945-1946

  • Box 381, reel 46-50
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Subject files, 1945-1946

Arranged alphabetically by folder title and then chronologically within. The microfilm is listed at the end of the subseries and reflects the same order of arrangement as the paper files.

Administrative appropriations, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 6
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Administrative correspondence, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 7
  • Box 361, folder 8
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Administrative general, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 8
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Administrative general, 1946

  • Box 108, folder 9
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Administrative space, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 10
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Administrative space, 1946

  • Box 108, folder 11
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Administrative work week, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 12
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Administrative committee membership, 1945-1946

  • Box 108, folder 13
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Appropriations - general, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 14
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Appropriations - general, 1946

  • Box 108, folder 15
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Belgium - general, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 16
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Belgium - loan, 1946

  • Box 108, folder 17
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Bills - employment offices, 1945

  • Box 108, folder 18
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Bills - full employment, 1945 January-September

  • Box 109, folder 1-2
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Bills - full employment, 1945 October-December

  • Box 109, folder 3
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Bills - miscellaneous, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 4
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Bills - reorganization bill, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 5
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Bills - tax exemption of civil service retirements, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 6
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Bretton Woods - bank for international settlement, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 7
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Bretton Woods - copy of arts and articles of agreement, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 8
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Bretton Woods - general, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 9
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Bretton Woods - general, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 10
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Bretton Woods - passage by other countries, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 11
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Bretton Woods - passage by other countries, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 12
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Budget - Export-Import Bank bil, Palestine, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 13
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Budget - Coast Guard, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 14
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Budget - general, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 15
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Budget - general, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 16
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Budget - National Advisory Council, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 17
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Budget - presidential budget message, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 18
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Budget - Treasury appropriation, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 19
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Budget - Treasury statement by Mr. Paul Kelley before House Appropriations Committee, 1946

  • Box 109, folder 20
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Budget - War Finance Division, 1945

  • Box 109, folder 21
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Canada - general, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 1
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Censorship - general - letters and memos, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 2
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Chile - trade agreements, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 3
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China - credit and gold for China, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 4
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China - credit and gold for China, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 5
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China - general, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 6
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China - general, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 7
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Coast Guard - commandant, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 8
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Coast Guard - commandant, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 9
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Coast Guard - general, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 10
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Coast Guard - general, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 11
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Coast Guard - legislation, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 12
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Coast Guard - transfer, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 13
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Comptroller of Currency - Morris Plan bank, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 14
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Comptroller General - decisions, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 15
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Confidential - memoranda, 1945-1946

  • Box 110, folder 16
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Congress - appropriations, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 17
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Congress - Bank Holding Act of, 1945-1946

  • Box 110, folder 18
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Congress - Bonding bill for federal employees, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 19
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Congress - Bretton Woods agreements acts, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 20
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Congress - case bill, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 21
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Congress - Coast Guard bill, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 22
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Congress - Congressional Record Digests, 1945

  • Box 110, folder 23
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Congress - Congressional Record Digests, 1946

  • Box 110, folder 24
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Congress - Congressional Record Digests, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 1
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Congress - Congressional Record material, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 2
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Congress - Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 3
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Congress - full employment bill, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 4
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Congress - House Committee on Small Business, 1945

  • Box 111, folder 5
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Congress - House Committee on Small Business, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 6
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Congress - how to streamline Congress, 1945

  • Box 111, folder 7
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Congress - interim tax bill, 1945-1946

  • Box 111, folder 8
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Congress - International Monetary Fund and Bank Deposit, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 9
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Congress - Minimum Wage Bill of 1945-1946, 1945-1946

  • Box 111, folder 10
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Congress - National Advisory Council document, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 11
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Congress - National Defense Program, 1946

  • Box 111, folder 12
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Congress - National Emergency Housing bill, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 1
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Congress - National Health Act, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 2
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Congress - Second Deficiency bill, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 3
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Coordinator's office - general, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 4
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Customs - budget, salaries, etc., 1945

  • Box 112, folder 5
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Customs - depositories, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 6
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Customs - general, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 7
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Customs - general, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 8
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Customs - liquor, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 9
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Customs - narcotics, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 10
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Customs - narcotics, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 11
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Customs - port of entry, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 12
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Czechoslovakia - loan, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 13
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Doughton - speech of congressman, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 14
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Enforcement - coordinator, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 15
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Enforcement - general, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 16
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Enforcement - Office of Public Affairs (OPA), 1946

  • Box 112, folder 17
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Exchange Stabilization Board - Economic Stabilization Board General, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 18
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Exchange Stabilization Board - general, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 19
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Exchange Stabilization Board - meetings, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 20
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Exchange Stabilization Fund - balance sheets, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 21
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Exchange Stabilization Fund - balance sheets, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 22
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Exchange Stabilization Fund - general, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 23
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Export-Import Bank - Byrd Butler resolution, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 24
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Export-Import Bank - general, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 25
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Export-Import Bank - general, 1946

  • Box 112, folder 26
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Federal Reserve - dollar payments and receipts to foreign accounts, 1945

  • Box 112, folder 27
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Federal Reserve - dollar payments and receipts to foreign accounts, 1946

  • Box 113, folder 1
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Federal Reserve - general, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 2
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Federal Reserve - general, 1946

  • Box 113, folder 3
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Federal Reserve - interest rates and public debt, 1944-1945

  • Box 113, folder 4
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Federal Stabilization Board - general, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 5
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Financing - general, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 6
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Financing - Government Security Market - Haas memos, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 7
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Financing - refundings, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 8
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Financing - seventh war loan, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 9
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Financing - Victory Loan correspondence, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 10
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Financing - war finance, 1945

  • Box 113, folder 11