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photographic portrait of donald sanders circa 1959
Donald G. Sanders, ca. 1959
C:22/9/1
University Archives
University of Missouri-Columbia

Record Group: 22 C
Record Sub-Group: 41
Records Title: UMC; Student Life and Activities; Prominent Alumni; Donald Sanders Papers
Dates: 1958-2007, 2012, 2013
Volume: 39 cubic feet, 48.75 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

(A06-33; A10-12; A11-79; A11-125)
This Record Sub-Group contains professional and personal papers and records created, received, and collected by Donald G. Sanders during his career as special agent, investigator, legal counsel, and administrator in the Federal Government of the United States and as Commissioner for Boone County, Missouri. The papers and records in this Sub-Group include correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, notes, reports, publications, and supporting material from Sanders' associations with the following: the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the House Committee on Internal Security, the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, the Atomic Energy Commission, the Department of Defense, the Senate Select Committee on Ethics, and the Boone County Commission. The Sub-Group also contains numerous photographs.

Biographical Note

Donald G. Sanders was born in St. Louis, Missouri on April 26th 1930. He married Dolores Henderson of Columbia, Missouri in 1952. After a brief period at Washington University in St. Louis, where he was a member of the USMC ROTC program, he enrolled at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law and completed his law degree and passed the Missouri Bar in 1954. From 1954 through 1956 Sanders served as a commissioned officer with the United State Marine Corps. Returning from active duty in 1956, Sanders started a law practice in Columbia and also served part time in a number of city and county legal positions. In 1959, Sanders applied to and was accepted for Special Agent training by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. After completing FBI training Special Agent Sanders served in FBI offices in Miami, Birmingham, and Washington, D.C., between 1959 and 1969.

After resigning from the FBI in 1969, he took a job as Chief Counsel and Chief of Staff of the House Committee on Internal Security (HCIS), the successor committee to the famous House Committee on Un-American Activities, under the chairmanship of Missouri Congressman Richard Ichord. The HCIS investigated and held hearings for a number of organizations, groups and individuals who were considered dangerous to national security. Investigations and hearings were conducted regarding the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Security Council, the Black Panther Party, the Communist Party USA, the Nation of Islam, the National Peace Action Committee, the New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (MOBE), Sesame Street, Students for a Democratic Society, Young Americans for Freedom, the Young Socialists Alliance, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and potentially dangerous individuals such as Jane Fonda, Bernadette Devlin, and the "Chicago Seven." He left the HCIS in March of 1973 and accepted a position as Deputy Minority Counsel for the newly formed Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (Watergate Committee) chaired by Senator Sam Ervin of North Carolina. Sanders worked under the direction of Senior Minority Counsel and future senator from Tennessee, Fred Thompson.

In his capacity as Deputy Minority Counsel with the Senate Watergate Committee, Sanders conducted many interviews, hearings, and depositions. The most famous of these interviews was with Federal Aviation Administration head Alexander Butterfield, where he asked the insightful and fateful question if there was any reason he knew of for President Nixon to take John Dean into the corner and speak softly. The question led Butterfield to reveal that Nixon had an audio taping system in the Oval Office. The answer to his question led to the near impeachment and eventual resignation of Richard M. Nixon from the Presidency of the United States on August 9th, 1974. After the work of the Senate Watergate Committee was completed Sanders, despite the friendship and support of Committee Minority Leader, Senator Howard Baker of Tennessee, had difficulty finding work in the legislative branch of the federal government and worked for several executive agencies in Washington, D.C., before returning to staff work in the Senate. Sanders worked as a Senior Program Analyst for the Atomic Energy Commission for only five months before being appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs where he served from January 1975 until late in 1977.

In November of 1977, Sanders was appointed Director of Investigations for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Sanders' talents as an investigator were widely appreciated and he was temporarily reassigned to the Senate Select Committee on Ethics (SSCE), this transfer becoming full time and permanent early in 1979. It was on the SSCE that investigations of ethical violations were conducted of New Jersey Senator Harrison A. Williams (convicted of bribery in 1980 and resigned from the Senate in 1982), Nevada Senator Howard C. Cannon, and Georgia Senator Herman E. Talmadge (renounced by the Senate in 1979 for fiscal misconduct and defeated for reelection in 1980). Sanders retired from federal service in 1982 and returned to Missouri to practice law in Columbia. He was elected as Boone County Commissioner in 1988, but did not choose to run for a second term. He completed an MA in History from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1991, while practicing law. He died of cancer in Columbia, Missouri in September of 1999 at the age of 69.

Note to Researcher: A selected chronology of Sanders' life is available at the following URL: http://muarchives.missouri.edu/c-rg22-s41-chron.html.

Series Descriptions:

This Record Sub-Group is divided into seven series.

Series One - Personal Life and Federal Bureau of Investigation Files contains personal and official documents and photographs from Sanders' nine and one half years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (7/1959-1/1969) as well as photographs and other personal items from other periods in his life and career.
Series One is further divided into three Sub-Series:

  • Sub-Series One - Federal Bureau of Investigation Career Files 1958-1973 contains Federal Bureau of Investigation personnel, exam, and investigation materials. It also contains photographs of Sanders at his various duty stations in Miami, Birmingham and Washington, D.C., and photos and correspondence with FBI Directors J. Edgar Hoover and Clarence Kelly, (1959-1973).
  • Sub-Series Two - Personal Items and Records of Donald Sanders 1954-1998 contains work calendars, photographs, plaques, and items of memorabilia from, among others, the Marine Corps, Sanders' law studies at the University of Missouri, the United States Government, and the Boone County Commission, (1954-1998).
  • Sub-Series Three - Oversize Certificates and Photographs 1948-1995 contains degree diplomas, professional certificates, citations of recognition, photographs, and other items of memorabilia received by Sanders throughout his career. Many of these items are oversized.

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (HCIS) contains a wide variety of original and duplicate documents and publications created and received by the administrative office of the House Committee on Internal Security while Donald Sanders was the Chief Counsel and Staff Director from 1969 until 1973. The HCIS was the successor committee to the House Committee on Un-American Activities (1938-1968). Records within Series Two pertain to the administrative activities of the HCIS staff, investigations and hearings, legislative activities, meetings of the committees, press coverage of the activities of the Committee as well as the official reports of the House Committee on Un-American Activities and the House Committees of Internal Security.
Series Two is further divided into eight Sub-Series:

  • Sub-Series One - Administration 1966-1973 contains administrative and management files of the HCIS which include reports, work reviews, and staff meeting agendas and minutes, (1968-1973).
  • Sub-Series Two - Legislation and Bill Files 1966-1973 contains files that evaluate and analyze bills and resolutions referred to the House Committee on Internal Security as well as bills initiated by the committee. The files include correspondence, clippings, speeches, Congressional Record excerpts, hearing files, and texts of passed and unsuccessful bills.
  • Sub-Series Three - Investigations and Hearings 1957-1973 contains investigative files and hearing files regarding organizations viewed as potentially harmful to national security such as the American Civil Liberties Union, American Security Council, Black Panther Party, Communist Party USA, Nation of Islam, National Peace Action Committee, New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (MOBE), Sesame Street, Students for a Democratic Society, Young Americans for Freedom, Young Socialists Alliance, Veterans of Foreign Wars and potentially dangerous individuals such as Jane Fonda, Bernadette Devlin, and the "Chicago Seven."
  • Sub-Series Four - Investigation, Litigation and Planning 1963-1973 contains files that related to strategy and tactics of investigatory activities and hearings, (1968-1973, 1964).
  • Sub-Series Five - Committee Meetings 1969-1973 contains agendas, meeting minutes, staff reports and other documents supporting the meetings held by the HCIS, (1970-1973).
  • Sub-Series Six - Press Files 1965-1973 consists of correspondence, intra-office memoranda, press releases, news clippings and committee policies, (1968-1973).
  • Sub-Series Seven - Chronological Stenographer's Files 1971-1973 contains copies of correspondence and intra-office memoranda prepared and kept by Sanders' secretaries and typists, (1971-1973).
  • Sub-Series Eight - Publications - House Committee on Un-American Activities (1938-1968) and House Committee on Internal Security (1969) 1938-1972 contains hard bound copies of some of the proceedings, indexes and support documents published by the House Committee on Un-American Activities, (1938-1968), the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Internal Security, (1967), and the House Committee on Internal Security, (1969-1972).

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (SSCPCA) contains the official and personal materials created or received by Donald Sanders in his capacity as Deputy Minority Council of the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (also know as the Watergate Committee) from March 1973 through September of 1974. Series Three contains committee files from both the active period of the Committee's work and materials created and received after the dissolution of the Committee.
Series Three is further divided into nine Sub-Series, with Sub-Series One further subdivided into two Sub-Sub-Series:

  • Sub-Series One - Watergate Investigation contains investigation and witness files for persons alleged to be involved in the conspiracy and those identified as witnesses and investigative leads.
    • Sub-Sub-Series One - Watergate Investigation Files 1969-1975 contains hand-written and typed notes, transcripts, depositions, and documents used or created in the process of interviewing witnesses.
    • Sub-Sub-Series Two - Watergate Administrative Files 1969-1974 contains office administration files and memoranda, correspondence, personnel materials as well as dictated and handwritten notes.
  • Sub-Series Two - Financial Investigation 1970-1974 contains records created and received by the SSCPCA in its investigation of financial impropriety in federal election campaigns of 1972 such as the campaigns of Hubert Humphrey, John Lindsay, Edmund Muskie, George McGovern and others as well as those individuals and organizations who were financial contributors to political campaigns, such as Howard Hughes, United Farm Workers, Carnation, 3-M, IBM, Gulf Oil and others. The records in this Sub-Series consist of notes, correspondence, testimony, subpoenas, and supporting financial and legal documents.
  • Sub-Series Three - Milk Investigation (AMPI) 1968-1974 contains investigative materials, correspondence, notes, interview transcripts, and documents related to the investigation of American Milk Producers Inc. (AMPI) and their financial role in the presidential election campaign of 1972.
  • Sub-Series Four - Other Committee Investigations 1960-1978 contains legal and investigative support records and hand written notes of the investigation of individuals, campaigns and organizations. Also included in Sub-Series Four are "Dirty Tricks" and "Double Agent" files.
  • Sub-Series Five - Committee Report Drafts 1968-1974 contains draft reports, memos, correspondence, and supporting and source documentation of the investigation of the federal presidential campaign activities of Hubert Humphrey and Wilbur Mills.
  • Sub-Series Six - Donald Sanders - Personal Office Files and Photographs 1967-1982 contains materials created and received by Donald Sanders while working on the SSCPCA which he considered to be his personal files. This Sub-Series contains photographs of the Watergate hearings and Committee staff as well as other signed pictures of members of Congress, correspondence, memoranda, statements, notes, contacts card file, and speeches.
  • Sub-Series Seven - Donald Sanders - Watergate Activities and Events, Post Hearings 1973-1994 contains Sanders' personal materials relating to Watergate activities after the dissolution of the SSCPCA in September 1974. Included in the Sub-Series are Watergate Committee Reunion photos, tapes and slides; articles written and groups addresses by Sanders on Watergate; correspondence with the BBC and the Discovery Channel; and drafts of a Watergate article written for the Journal of American History.
  • Sub-Series Eight - Press Clippings and Periodical Copies for Watergate and Other Investigations 1962-1999 contains newspaper and magazine clippings primarily about the Watergate Committee and its activities from the time of the investigations, (1973-1974), as well as after the investigations. In addition to news clippings there are also a number issues of popular periodicals concerning the SSCPCA from 1973 to 1999.
  • Sub-Series Nine - Printed and Duplicated - Senate Select Committee and Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities Publications 1973-1974 contains printed and published US Government documents regarding the impeachment of Nixon as well as hearing transcripts, committee reports, and collections of documents and exhibits for investigations. The Sub-Series includes a soft cover and hardcover set of Watergate Committee publications.

Series Four - Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) 1974-1976 contains unclassified Atomic Energy Commission and other government agency reports regarding the security and protection of nuclear reactors in the United States obtained by Sanders in his role as Senior Program Analyst for the AEC from September 1974 to January 1975. The Series also contains a few notes and pieces of correspondence regarding Sanders' analysis of reactor safety procedures and policies.

Series Five - Department of Defense (DOD) contains records and materials created or received by Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs Donald Sanders from January 1974 through November 1977. Series Five consists of correspondence, operational and office administrative files, speeches, travel papers and documents as well as memorabilia and photographs of foreign locations, events and individuals.
Series Five is further divided into three Sub-Series:

  • Sub-Series One - General Files 1974-1977 contains correspondence and memoranda as well as appointment books and telephone and communication logs of office contacts. The Sub-Series also contains Sanders' personal files and research and text files for speeches delivered at various locations and events.
  • Sub-Series Two - Administration and Budget Files 1968-1978 contains budget and legislative affairs policy and planning as well as files prepared for the transition from the Ford administration to the Carter administration and a new Secretary of Defense. The Sub-Series contains departmental operations records as well as job applicant and employee resumes received as part of the staffing function of the Department of Defense Legislative Affairs office.
  • Sub-Series Three - Foreign Travel Files 1975-1977 contains material created and collected by Sanders while traveling in his official capacity as Deputy Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs. Materials include travel itineraries, notes from meetings with foreign government officials, photographs (foreign sites, officials, and meetings), informational material on countries visited provided by the US State Department, and memorabilia from locales visited.

Series Six - Senate Select Committee on Ethics (SSCE) contains a variety of documents created or received by the Committee in the oversight, investigation, and prosecution of ethics violations by serving United States Senators such as Senators Dodd, Williams, Talmadge and Cannon.
Series Six is further divided into three Sub-Series:

  • Sub-Series One - General Files 1978-1981 contains office administration files, news clippings and press releases, case assignment lists, investigation reports, draft briefs and charges, analysis of the US Senate ethics code, and hearing proceedings on the ethics code and its revision (Morgan Amendment, ca. 2/1980).
  • Sub-Series Two - Committee Investigations and Hearings 1976-1982 contains news articles, legal research notes, legal briefs, hearing and trial motions, evidential analysis, lists of witnesses and exhibits, speeches and statements, senate resolutions, indictments, stipulations of fact, briefing and hearing notes, reports, and trial transcript digests created or received by Sanders as Chief Investigator for the Committee. Investigations represented in this Sub-Series are those of Senator Herman Talmadge, Senator Harrison Williams, and Senator Howard Cannon.
  • Sub-Series Three - Printed and Duplicated - Senate Select Committee on Ethics 97th Congress 1st and 2nd Sessions 1979-1982 contains printed and duplicated government documents from the investigations of the Senate Select Committee on Ethics. Documents contained in the Sub-Series include proceedings of open session hearings, trial proceedings, legal briefs of the government and the defendants, judicial opinions, transcript of due-process hearings, and committee reports to Congress.

Series Seven - Boone County Commission 1988-1996 contains records created and received by Donald Sanders after he returned to Columbia, Missouri from Washington, D.C. These materials document Sanders' campaign in 1988 for and subsequent service as Southern Boone Commissioner from 1988 until 1990, as well as a few files documenting his other activities in the community including President of the Boone County Historical Society.

Series Outline: Please follow this link: c-rg22-s41_series_outline.html.

Inventory

Series One - Personal Life and Federal Bureau of Investigation Files
Sub-Series One - Federal Bureau of Investigation Career Files 1958-1973
Box 1

FF 1 - Criminal Investigation Materials, 4/22/1968-1/23/1969 (includes U.S. government memoranda on Martin Luther King Jr. assassin James Earl Ray's special addition to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List)

FF 2 - Donald G. Sanders (DGS) Transcription of FBI Exam, 9/8/1958

FF 3 - FBI Office Printed and Duplicated Materials, ca. 1967-1972

FF 4 - FBI Personnel File, 1959-1969

FF 5 - Miscellaneous, 6/3/1964-3/18/1968

FF 6 - Newspaper Clippings, 7/16/1963-8/28/1966

FF 7 - Personal Correspondence from Director, 7/22/1966-7/12/1973

FF 8 - Photographs at Birmingham, Alabama FBI Office, 1959-1961

FF 9 - Photographs at Washington, D.C., Headquarters of FBI, 1964-1967

FF 10 - Photographs at Miami, Florida FBI Office, 1962-1964

FF 11 - Photographs of Donald G. Sanders - Official, 1/7/1964

FF 12 - Photographs with FBI Directors Hoover and Kelly, 5/15/1967, 8/8/1973

FF 13 - Training Photographs (negatives and prints), 9/1959

FF 14 - Publications about the FBI, 1961, 1967-1969, 1972-1973

Series One - Personal Life and Federal Bureau of Investigation Files (cont'd)
Sub-Series Two - Personal Items and Records of Donald Sanders 1954-1998
Box 1 (cont'd)

FF 15 - Marines Corps Schools 3rd Basic Course 1954 (Sanders Company "E") 1954 Graduation Class Book.

FF 16 - MU Law School Graduating Class of 1954 Photograph

FF 16A - Law Practice - Shurtleff, Froeschner & Sanders, 1986

FF 17 - Post Watergate Photos - Missouri

FF 18 - The Ashcroft Family and Kit Bond's Senate Campaign Photos

FF 19 - Unidentified 35 mm photographic slides (probably from Department of Defense travel)

FF 20 - President of Boone County Historical Society

FF 20A - Correspondence and Memorandum - File locations, 1972, 1975

FF 21 - Presentation Plaque from the Boone County Fire Protection District, 12-16-1990

FF 22 - Presentation Plaque from the Boone County Commission, 12-28-1990

FF 23 - Presentation Plaque from the Columbia Regional Economic Development Corp, 1990-1991

FF 24 - Presentation Plaque from the Board of Directors of Boone Retirement Center, Inc., 1-31-1992

FF 25 - Cast Aluminum Letter "O" from the side of the Boone County Jail when Demolished, 12-1990

FF 26 - U.S. Congress Staff License Plate, 3-15-1974

FF 27 - List of Books Collected by Sanders about law, Watergate, government, subversion and espionage, and the USMC

FF 28 - Aluminum Office Shingle from Sanders' Law Practice in Columbia, Missouri, n.d.

FF 29 - Retirement and Reception Album (includes photographs taken with US Senators in 1982), 1982, 1996 [A11-125]

FF 30 - Letters of Condolence and Obituary, 1999

FF 31 - Commemorative Books - Days of Dolores and Days of Don (both written by Sander's daughter Debi), 2012, 2013

FF 32 - Donation of Sanders Papers - Newsclippings and Events, 2004

Item 1 - Donald Sanders, Chief Counsel, Desk Sign from his time at the House Committee for Internal Security

Series One - Personal Life and Federal Bureau of Investigation Files (cont'd)
Sub-Series Two - Personal Items and Records of Donald Sanders (cont'd)
Box 1A

FF 1 - Work Calendars, 1969-1970

FF 2 - Work Calendars, 1971

FF 3 - Work Calendars, 1971-1972

FF 3A - Planner/Calendar - House Committee on Internal Security, 1971

FF 3B - Planner/Calendar - House Committee on Internal Security, 1972

FF 4 - Work Calendars, 1973-1974

FF 5 - Work Calendars, 1975

FF 6 - Work Calendars, 1976

FF 7 - Work Calendars, 1980-1981

FF 8 - Work Calendars, 1982

FF 9 - Work Calendars, 1985

FF 10 - Work Calendars, 1986

FF 11 - Work Calendars, 1987-1991

FF 12 - Work Calendars, 1991-1998

Series One - Personal Life and Federal Bureau of Investigation Files (cont'd)
Sub-Series Two - Personal Items and Records of Donald Sanders (cont'd)
Electronic Records

DVD Video - [A10-12] Video and audio clips from news media and other sources concerning various aspects of Sanders' career, 1971-2007
Note to Archivist: The video files from the DVD have only been retained as digital files. Copyright may be attached to the original sources used in creating these video files and should be cleared prior to any duplication

Series One - Personal Life and Federal Bureau of Investigation Files (cont'd)
Sub-Series Three - Oversize Certificates and Photographs 1948-1995
OSF 1

Item 1 - University of Missouri-Columbia Degree - Bachelor of Laws, 1954

Item 2 - University of Missouri-Columbia Degree - Juris Doctor, 1969

Item 3 - University of Missouri-Columbia Degree - Master of Arts in History, 1991

Item 4 - University of Missouri-Columbia Degree - Fraternity Member Photograph, 1948

Item 5 - Missouri State Bar Membership Certificate, 1954

Item 6 - License to Practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, 1967

Item 7 - Boone County, Missouri Bar Association - Member Photograph, 1995

Item 8 - Special Friend Award Certificate from the Locust Grove United Methodist Church, 1990

Item 9 - Commission from Secretary of Defense to Serve as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs, 1975

Item 10 - Citation from the Secretary of Defense for the Department of Defense Distinguished Civilian Service Medal, 1975

Item 11 - Matted Photograph of Sanders with Senators Heflin and Morgan and personal inscription and autograph from Howard Heflin, 1982

Item 12 - Matted Photograph of the Senator Kit Bond Family with a personal inscription and autograph from Kit Bond, 1972

Item 13 - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities Resolution in Appreciation of the Services of Donald G. Sanders as Deputy Minority Counsel, 1974

Item 14 - Matted Photograph of the Pentagon Building and Signatures of the Staff from his Service as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs, n.d.

Item 15 - Matted Photograph of the House Committee on Internal Security with a Legend and Signatures from several Congressmen, 1970

Item 16 - Full Page from the Columbia Daily Tribune, "Watergate Reminiscences" framed and in his office, 4-30-1989

Item 17 - Boone County Commissioner Certificate of Election, 1989

Item 18 - Certificate of Service, Office of Secretary of Defense, recognizing twenty years of federal service, 5-1-1977

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security
Sub-Series One - Administration 1966-1973
Box 2

FF 1 - Administrative Review, 12/12/1969-3/20/1972

FF 2 - Administrative Section, 2/6/1969-8/29/1969

FF 3 - Annual Report, 1968

FF 4 - Annual Report, 1969

FF 5 - Annual Report, 1970

FF 6 - Annual Report, 1971

FF 7 - Appropriations, 1970

FF 7A - Appropriations, 1971

FF 7B - Appropriations, 1972

FF 7C - Appropriations, 1973

FF 8 - Ashbrook, John M., 9/21/1966-4/6/1972

FF 9 - Chief Counsel's Inactive Files, 3/3/1971-2/22/1973

FF 10 - Committee Supporters, ca. 1973

FF 11 - Editorial Section, 1/18/1969-4/2/1969

FF 12 - Editorial Work Progress, 8/4/1970-12/27/1972

FF 13 - Evaluation of Staff Functioning, 2/3/1969-8/28/1970

FF 14 - Files and Reference, 4/6/1962-11/13/1969

FF 15 - Former Members of the House Committee on Internal Security, 10/24/1969-10/18/1972

FF 16 - Former House Committee on Un-American Activities Chairman Edwin E. Willis, 3/4/1969-4/21/1969

FF 17 - General Personnel Matters, 5/23/1969-8/13/1969

FF 18 - Interim Summary Report, 2/21/1969

FF 19 - Investigative Section, 1/20/1969-5/19/1969

FF 20 - Legal Section, 1/29/1968-2/7/1969 (includes a letter regarding official definitions of "Un-American" and "subversive")

FF 21 - Legislation Pending File for 1969, 7/27/1966-5/20/1969

FF 22 - Letters of Justification to Committee on House Administration, 2/13/1967-2/3/1972

FF 23 - Miscellaneous Memoranda, 7/24/1969-9/25/1972

FF 24 - Monday Conferences, 1/28/1970-1/2/1973

FF 25 - Monthly Reports, 12/31/1968-12/15/1970

FF 26 - Monthly Reports, 12/31/1970-3/10/1973

FF 27 - Pepper, Claude, 3/7/1969-3/7/1973

FF 28 - Publications Section, n.d.

FF 29 - Research Section, 10/25/1967-12/19/1969

FF 30 - Salaries, 5/13/1969-2/19/1973

FF 31 - Staff Meeting Minutes, 5/8/1969-3/2/1973

FF 32 - To Be Destroyed, 9/23/1970

FF 33 - Weekly Reports, 2/1/1971-12/29/1972

FF 34 - Staff Listings and Personnel Information, 1970-1972

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series One - Administration 1966-1973 (cont'd)
Box 2A

FF 1 - Personal Miscellaneous Sanders' Correspondence, 1969-1973

FF 2 - Personal Materials Not Filed and Desk Notes, 1970-1973

FF 3 - Personal Matters, 1968-1970, 1973

FF 4 - Miscellaneous Personal Clippings, 1969

FF 5 - Personal HCIS Photographs, 1969

FF 6 - Personal HCIS Staff Photographs, 1971

FF 7 - Personal HCIS Official Committee Photographic Negatives, 1973

FF 8 - Personal HCIS Committee and Staff Photographs, n.d.

FF 9 - Personal Photographs of Ichord Testimonial Reception, 1972

FF 10 - Personal Participation in Senate Staff Prayer Breakfasts, 1979-1981

FF 11 - Personal Speech to the USMC Command and Staff College at Quantico, VA, 1970

FF 12 - Personal Speeches by Sanders, 1969-1973

FF 13 - Personal Substantive Office Materials Not Filed, 1972-1973

FF 14 - Personal Sunshine Club Fund, 1969-1970, 1972

FF 15 - Personal Treatise on Affinity Groups (Cells) for Magazine, 1970

FF 16 - Personal Wall Hangings and Photographs, etc., 1979-1982

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Two - Legislation and Bill Files 1966-1973
Box 3

FF 1 - Bills - Committee Initiated, 4/2/1969-10/28/1969

FF 2 - Bills Enacted into Law by 91st Congress, 1/12/1970

FF 3 - Bills of Special Interest to HCIS (Referred to Other Committees), 1/26/1971-10/10/1972

FF 4 - Bills Referred to Committee - General, 7/3/1968-2/28/1969

FF 5 - Bills Referred to Committee to Repeal Emergency Detention Act, 4/18/1969-4/14/1970

FF 6 - Bills Referred to Committee to Repeal Emergency Detention Act (cont'd), 4/15/1970-10/9/1970

FF 7 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 574 (Bill to Grant Power to Initiate Cases to State Attorney Generals), 1/22/1971-4/3/1972

FF 8 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 587 (Obstruction of Armed Forces), 1/22/1971-8/23/1971

FF 9 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 782 (Bill to Repeal Emergency Detention Act of 1950), 1/22/1971

FF 10 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 819 (Defense Facilities and Industrial Security), 12/31/1952 [?] - 8/11/1972

FF 11 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 820 (Bill to Amend Emergency Detention Act of 1950), 3/25/1971-8/31/1972

FF 12 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 1032 (Defense Facilities and Industrial Security), 1/22/1971

FF 13 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 3858 (Bill to Repeal Emergency Detention Act of 1950), 2/8/1971

FF 14 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 4134 (Defense Facilities and Industrial Security), 2/10/1971

FF 15 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 9669 (Bill to Amend Subversive Activities Control Act of 1950), 7/8/1971-6/20/1972

FF 16 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 11120 (Federal Employee Security and Appeals Commission), 9/7/1971-5/24/1972

FF 17 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 12699 (Defense Facilities and Industrial Security), 3/19/1969-1/7/1972

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Two - Legislation and Bill Files 1966-1973 (cont'd)
Box 4

FF 1 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 11120 (Federal Employee Security and Appeals Commission), 9/7/1971-5/24/1972

FF 1A - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 12699 (Defense Facilities and Industrial Security), 3/19/1969-1/7/1972

FF 1B - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 14864 (Bill to Repeal Emergency Detention Act of 1950), 6/10/1969-3/5/1970 (contains several documents related to the Columbia Eagle Mutiny)

FF 2 - Bills Referred to HCIS - H.R. 16742 (Travel Restriction), 9/18/1972-11/29/1972

FF 3 - Contempt Bill, 10/2/1969-1/27/1971

FF 4 - Emergency Detention Act - Bills, Reports, and Amendments, 8/22/1950-3/30/1971

FF 5 - Emergency Detention Act - Dear Colleague Letters, 1/21/1970-9/8/1971

FF 6 - Emergency Detention Act - Press Releases, 2/25/1971-9/10/1971

FF 7 - Emergency Detention Act - Speeches, ca. 6/1971

FF 8 - Federal Employee Oaths, 8/27/1969-7/10/1970

FF 9 - Freedom Academy Bill, 4/29/1969-10/8/1969

FF 10 - Hearings on Bills to Repeal the Emergency Detention Act, 10/19/1950-5/11/1970 (contains several publications from groups on both sides of the issue)

FF 11 - Hearings on H.R. 12699 (Defense Facilities and Industrial Security), 4/30/1968-9/26/1969

FF 11A - Photographs of Hearings on H.R. 12699 (Defense Facilities and Industrial Security), 1969

FF 12 - Miscellaneous, 1/3/1969-10/12/1970

FF 13 - Obstruction of Armed Forces (H.R. 959), 5/31/1967-9/10/1969

FF 14 - Senate Bill 12 (Internal Security Act of 1969), 9/9/1969

FF 15 - Senate Bill 782 (Civilian Employee Privacy), 5/15/1970-9/18/1970

FF 16 - Subversive Activities Control Board 1969-1972, 4/8/1969-10/11/1072

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Three - Investigation and Hearing Files
Box 5

FF 1 - American Civil Liberties Union, 10/14/1970-11/22/1971

FF 2 - American Legion, 3/19/1969-3/1/1973

FF 3 - American Security Council, 6/27/1969-9/27/1972 (contains several ASC mailings warning of Soviet nuclear threats and soliciting donations)

FF 4 - American Security Council Proposal, 12/1968-12/10/1971 (contains a copy of a House Committee on Armed Services report titled "The Changing Strategic Naval Balance: USSR vs. USA," 12/1968)

FF 5 - American University Hearings, 7/24/1969-7/25/1969

FF 6 - Association of Student Governments, 3/6/1969-7/24/1969

FF 7 - Black Manifesto Controversy, 9/4/1969-9/25/1969

FF 8 - American Bar Association, 9/30/1969

FF 9 - Black Panther Party Hearings, 3/1970

FF 10 - Black Panther Party Hearings, 5/1970

FF 11 - Black Panther Party Hearings, 7/1970

FF 12 - Black Panther Party Hearings, 10/1970

FF 13 - Black Panther Party Hearings, 11/1970

FF 14 - Black Panther Party - Investigative and Hearing Policy and Programs, 1/7/1970-2/1/1971

FF 15 - Black Panther Party Special Report - Minority Critique, 8/6/1971-7/27/1971

FF 16 - Black Panther Party Special Report - Miscellaneous Memos, 9/2/1970-9/18/1972

FF 17 - Black Panther Party Special Report - Galleys, Drafts, etc., 2/10/1971-4/18/1972 (contains most of the text of a House Committee on Internal Security report titled "Gun Barrel Politics: The Black Panther Party, 1966-1971")

FF 18 - Black Panther Party - Substantive Material, 5/23/1969-2/28/1972

FF 19 - Black United Front, 3/24/1970

FF 20 - Bremer, Arthur, 9/14/1972-9/15/1972

FF 21 - Business Executives Move for Peace in Vietnam, 2/19/1972-6/27/1972

FF 22 - Butler, Ed, 3/22/1970-5/7/1970

FF 23 - Calley, Lt. U.S.A., William L., 4/1/1971-4/17/1971

FF 24 - Chicago Convention Hearings, 2/27/1969-8/26/1970

FF 25 - Chicago Seven Trial, 2/26/1970-11/25/1970

FF 26 - Chinese Embassy, 5/13/1957-10/4/1972

FF 27 - Communism - General File, 11/20/1969-3/8/1972

FF 28 - Communism - Soviet and International Matters, 9/4/1969-6/28/1972

FF 29 - Communist Party of the United States of America - Investigative and Hearing Policy and Programs, 2/18/1972-3/24/1972

FF 30 - Communist Party of the United States of America - Substantive Material, 4/9/1970-2/13/1973

FF 31 - Communists in Educational Institutions, 8/6/1969-10/11/1972

FF 32 - Contempt Citations, 2/16/1967-7/12/1971

FF 33 - Curtis Brothers Furniture, 10/20/1969-10/29/1969

FF 34 - Defense Facilities and Industrial Security 1972, 6/30/1972-8/22/1972

FF 35 - Devlin, Bernadette, 3/2/1971-10/3/1971 (contains a pamphlet titled "GREEN- or Red?" about the Irish Republican Army as a socialist group)

FF 36 - Disorder, Riots, and Campus Unrest, 6/13/1968-1/16/1973

FF 37 - Documents Leaked by Jack Anderson, 12/6/1971-3/16/1972

FF 38 - Draft, 7/11/1969

FF 39 - Ellsberg, Daniel Pentagon Documents, 7/7/1971-3/9/1972

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Three - Investigation and Hearing Files (cont'd)
Box 6

FF 1 - Federal Bureau of Investigation, 6/27/1969-5/12/1972

FF 2 - Federal Civilian Loyalty Program - Subcommittee Report, 9/18/1972-12/20/1972

FF 3 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings, 7/8/1971-8/4/1971

FF 4 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearing - Civil Service Commission, 2/3/1972-3/22/1972

FF 5 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - Department of Defense, 6/4/1971-6/9/1971

FF 6 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - Department of Justice, 12/7/1971-2/10/1972

FF 7 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - Department of Justice, 7/14/1971-8/18/1971

FF 8 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - Department of State, 5/26/1971-8/16/1971

FF 9 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - General, 9/28/1969-5/12/1971

FF 10 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - Health Education and Welfare, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Union Officials, 8/4/1971-3/17/1972

FF 11 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - Minority, 10/29/1971

FF 12 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - United States Postal Service, 6/8/1971-8/18/1971

FF 13 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Hearings - United States Postal Service, 12/7/1971-3/8/1972

FF 14 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Program, 12/10/1969-9/27/1972

FF 15 - Federal Employee Loyalty-Security Roundtable, 2/18/1972-3/9/1972

FF 16 - Fonda, Jane, 7/26/1972-9/17/1972

FF 17 - Fonda, Jane, 9/18/1972-10/2/1972

FF 18 - Fonda, Jane - Material for use in 9/19/1972 Meeting, 8/15/1972-9/14/1972

FF 19 - George Washington University Hearings, 7/9/1969-7/23/1971

FF 20 - Georgetown University Hearings, 5/1969-8/8/1969

FF 21 - Honoraria Report - Letters and Memos Not Dealing with Members of Congress, 5/4/1970-8/2/1971

FF 22 - Honoraria Report - Letters and Memos to and from Members of Congress, 5/14/1970-10/24/1971

FF 23 - Honoraria Report - Press Releases, Speeches, etc., 7/13/1970-11/11/1971

FF 24 - Honoraria Report - Staff Memos, 4/28/1970-8/27/1971

FF 25 - Human Events, 6/12/1969-8/16/1969

FF 26 - Internal Revenue Service, 10/14/1970-2/16/1972

FF 27 - Iron Curtain Hearings June 1970, 6/12/1970-6/22/1970

FF 28 - Iron Curtain Hearings October 1970, 9/3/1970

FF 29 - Kent State University Hearings, 6/24/1969-1/6/1970

FF 30 - Kirk, Gerald Wayne, 5/6/1965-1/6/1970

FF 31 - Ku Klux Klan, 3/17/1971-8/10/1971

FF 32 - Ku Klux Klan - Contempt Citations, 3/12/1969-4/25/1969

FF 33 - Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 11/1/1971-11/19/1971

FF 34 - Mail Propaganda, 2/28/1969-3/6/1969

FF 35 - Meinhausen, Donald, 8/6/1969-8/8/1969

FF 36 - Military Subversion Hearings October 1971, 3/8/1972-8/20/1971

FF 37 - Military Subversion Hearings November 1971, 11/2/1971-11/16/1971

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Three - Investigation and Hearing Files (cont'd)
Box 7

FF 1 - Nation of Islam, 1/20/1972-5/22/1972

FF 2 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice May 1971 Hearings, 11/10/1969-1/3/1972 (contains photographs of protesters and aftermath of protests at National Mall in Washington, D.C., 4/24/1971)

FF 3 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice May 1971 Hearings, n.d.

FF 4 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice May 1971 Hearings - Revolutionary Statements, 12/8/1969-4/1971

FF 5 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice May 1971 Hearings - Pat Grogan, 5/9/1969-5/19/1971

FF 6 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice May 1971 Hearings - Syd Stapleton, 5/1965-6/28/1971

FF 7 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice June 1971 Hearings, 5/1971-2/9/1972

FF 8 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice July 1971 Hearings, 7/13/1971-2/8/1972

FF 9 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice December 1971 Hearings, 3/24/1971-3/1/1972

FF 10 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice Hearings - Exhibits, 8/11/1971-12/9/1971

FF 11 - National Peace Action Committee/People's Coalition for Peace and Justice - Investigative and Hearing Policy, 1/11/1971-6/7/1972

FF 12 - New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam ("New Mobe") - Substantive File, 4/5/1967-4/21/1971

FF 13 - "New Mobe" June 1970 Hearings, 12/10/1969-9/18/1970

FF 14 - "New Mobe" July 1970 Hearings, 6/18/1970-6/19/1970

FF 15 - "New Mobe" Investigative and Hearing Policy and Programs, 12/15/1969-8/11/1970

FF 16 - "New Mobe," National Peace Action Committee, People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, 3/29/1970-4/18/1972

FF 17 - Passports and Travel, ca. 1957-6/25/1970

FF 18 - Progressive Labor Party - Investigative and Hearing Policy, 6/5/1970-7/19/1971

FF 19 - Progressive Labor Party April and November 1971 Hearings, 3/19/1971-3/7/1973

FF 20 - Progressive Labor Party - Substantive File, ca. 1971

FF 21 - Revolutionary Union, 8/5/1971-9/6/1972

FF 22 - Revolutionary Union Report, 11/5/1971-8/1/1972

FF 23 - Revolutionary Union and Related Organizations, 2/9/1973-2/13/1973

FF 24 - San Fernando Valley State College Hearings, 8/15/1969-8/29/1969

FF 25 - Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 10/13/1970-2/14/1973

FF 26 - Sesame Street, 12/18/1970-1/6/1970

FF 27 - Social Education Foundation (a.k.a. Jerry Rubin Fund), 9/16/1970-3/15/1971

FF 28 - Socialist Workers Party, 11/10/1971-3/21/1972

FF 29 - Students for a Democratic Society August 6-7, 1979 Hearings, 7/29/1969-7/8/1970

FF 30 - Students for a Democratic Society October 20-22, 1969 Hearings, 10/3/1969-11/19/1969

FF 31 - Students for a Democratic Society Detroit Hearings, 1967-10/16/1969

FF 32 - Students for a Democratic Society Pittsburgh October 30, 1969 Hearings, 10/30/1969-11/12/1969

FF 33 - Students for a Democratic Society December 1969 Hearings, 10/1966-5/22/1970

FF 34 - Students for a Democratic Society April 6, 1970 Hearings, 3/23/1970-4/8/1970

FF 35 - Students for a Democratic Society - High School Report, 11/3/1969-1/30/1970

FF 36 - Students for a Democratic Society - Investigative and Hearing Policy and Programs, 2/27/1969-5/11/1969

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Three - Investigation and Hearing Files (cont'd)
Box 8

FF 1 - Students for a Democratic Society - New Left Notes, 6/24/1969-11/4/1969

FF 2 - Students for a Democratic Society - Plans for 1970, 12/27/1969-12/28/1969

FF 3 - Students for a Democratic Society - Possible Lead Witnesses, 4/11/1969-4/1/1970

FF 4 - Students for a Democratic Society - Possible Lead Witnesses - Dr. Morris B. Abram, 4/29/1969-5/9/1969

FF 5 - Students for a Democratic Society - Possible Lead Witnesses - Mayor Joseph L. Alioto, 5/13/1969

FF 6 - Students for a Democratic Society - Possible Lead Witnesses - Dr. S.I. Hayakawa, 5/9/1969

FF 7 - Students for a Democratic Society - Possible Lead Witnesses - Michael Harrington, 5/30/1965-7/1/1969

FF 8 - Students for a Democratic Society - Possible Lead Witnesses - Eric Hoffer, 10/24/1968-5/16/1969

FF 9 - Students for a Democratic Society Special Report, 1/15/1970-1/19/1971

FF 10 - Students for a Democratic Society - Substantive File, 11/25/1969-3/8/1971

FF 11 - Subversion in and of the Armed Forces to March 1972, 5/20/1970-4/11/1972

FF 12 - Subversion in and of the Armed Forces from April 1972, 7/16/1971-1/5/1973

FF 13 - Subversion in the Western Hemisphere, 10/1970-10/5/1972

FF 14 - Subversive Activities Control Board and Federal Employment Security Program Hearings, 4/18/1966-9/23/1970

FF 15 - Summary List of Acts of Violence, ca. 2/25/1969-12/4/1969

FF 16 - Theft of Firearms from Post Office, 9/10/1969-9/16/1969

FF 17 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Bleys' Testimonies, 11/28/1970-4/5/1971

FF 18 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Diao Testimony, 2/10/1971-6/15/1971

FF 19 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Fitzpatrick Testimony, 4/19/1971-6/13/1972

FF 20 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - General File, 11/27/1970-2/23/1971

FF 21 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Miscellaneous, 9/10/1970-6/21/1972

FF 22 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Palena Testimony, 1/21/1971-7/31/1971

FF 23 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Ma Sitson Testimony, 7/29/1970-10/10/1972

FF 24 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Toma Testimony, 2/16/1971-4/4/1971

FF 25 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings - Walker Testimony, 1/14/1971-3/31/1971

FF 26 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings, 6/15/1971

FF 27 - Theory and Practice of Communism Hearings, 6/24/1971-6/21/1972

FF 28 - Theory and Practice of Communism - Temporary File, 1/14/1972-9/25/1972

FF 29 - Veterans of Foreign Wars, 3/17/1970-3/7/1973

FF 30 - Vietnam Atrocities, 12/8/1969-4/26/1970

FF 31 - Young Americans for Freedom, 7/2/1969-11/24/1969

FF 32 - Young Socialist Alliance, 12/10/1969-12/11/1969

FF 33 - World Assembly for Peace and Independence of the Peoples of Indochina, 10/21/1967-2/6/1973

FF 34 - The Washington Report, 9/11/1969-2/16/1970

FF 35 - Waskow, Arthur, 9/1/1969-11/16/1970

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Four - Investigation, Litigation, and Planning Files
Box 9

FF 1 - Cases of Aid to North Vietnam, 4/18/1969-5/1/1969

FF 2 - Chapter 8 of 1971 Annual Report, 3/1/1972-3/30/1972

FF 3 - Characterizations of Organizations, 4/14/1972-4/18/1972

FF 4 - Committee Litigation Legal Representation, 6/23/1971-12/14/1972

FF 5 - Department of Justice Briefings, 11/25/1969-12/10/1972

FF 6 - Documents Produced by House of Representatives, 1/23/1969-1/3/1973

FF 7 - Executive Privilege, 1/24/1964-3/14/1972

FF 8 - General Legal Research, 6/11/1956-11/18/1971

FF 9 - Investigative Policy and Procedures, 1/30/1969-1/4/1973

FF 10 - Jurisdiction of Committee, 6/12/1972-2/27/1973

FF 11 - Jurisdiction of Courts, 1/3/1969-6/5/1970

FF 12 - Krebs and Teague v. Ashbrook, et al. (case challenging constitutionality of House Committee on Un-American Activities), 4/11/1969-4/21/1969

FF 13 - Legal Policy Problems, 6/24/1964-1/29/1968

FF 14 - Logan Act, 10/30/1969-8/27/1972

FF 15 - McNamara, Francis J. Inquiry, 2/19/1969-2/20/1969

FF 16 - Misbehavior before Committee, 1/20/1967-1/27/1971

FF 17 - Miscellaneous, 1963-6/13/1972

FF 18 - Non-Committee Legislation, 5/1/1969-5/8/1972

FF 19 - Parliamentary Procedure, 5/30/1972-1/6/1973

FF 20 - Pennsylvania v. Nelson, 5/4/1971-8/3/1971

FF 21 - Possible Subjects for Investigations and Hearings, 7/7/1070-12/5/1972

FF 22 - Possible Witnesses for Investigations and Hearings, 10/11/1972-12/20/1972

FF 23 - Resolutions, 2/18/1969-2/20/1973

FF 24 - Rule XI, Clause 27(m), 3/22/1953-9/19/1972

FF 25 - Smith Act, 10/1/1970-2/9/1971

FF 26 - State Subversive Activities Agencies and Laws, 5/29/1969-2/8/1970

FF 27 - Supreme Court Nominees (Powell and Rehnquist), 10/22/1971

FF 28 - Young, Davis, et al. v. Willis, et al., 6/27/1969-8/21/1970

FF 29 - Report by Grover Williams - Digests of State Court Decisions Before Legislative Investigative Committees (LCLRS), 1964

FF 30 - Report by Gary Lane - Limitations of the Congressional Power of Investigation, 1969

FF 31 - Various Reports from the Library of Congress Legislative Reference Service dealing with Communism and Federal Laws, 1963-1968, 1972

FF 32 - Report by Harold C. Relyea - Congress and Procedures for Protecting Security of Intelligence Information, 1979

FF 33 - Report by Raymond J. Celada - Cases Relating to Communist and Subversive Activities Appealed to the Supreme Court of the United States (LCLRS), 1968

FF 34 - Chief Counsel and HCIS Activities, 1969-1975

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Five - Committee Meeting Files
Box 10

FF 1 - Meeting Notices and Agendas, 1/30/1969-2/9/1973

FF 2 - Personal Notes, 3/6/1969-6/25/1972

FF 3 - Committee Meeting, 10/8/1969

FF 4 - Committee Meeting, 12/17/1969

FF 5 - Committee Meeting, 2/18/1970

FF 6 - Committee Meeting, 5/6/1970

FF 7 - Committee Meeting, 9/23/1970

FF 8 - Committee Meeting, 12/3/1970

FF 9 - Organizational Meeting, 2/18/1971

FF 10 - Committee Meeting, 3/4/1971

FF 11 - Committee Meeting, 3/16/1971

FF 12 - Committee Meeting, 3/24/1971

FF 13 - Committee Meeting, 4/28/1971

FF 14 - Committee Meeting, 5/12/1971

FF 15 - Committee Meeting, 6/17/1971

FF 16 - Committee Meeting, 6/29/1971

FF 17 - Committee Meeting, 8/4/1971

FF 18 - Committee Meeting, 10/14/1971

FF 19 - Committee Meeting, 10/20/1971

FF 20 - Committee Meeting, 10/27/1971

FF 21 - Committee Meeting, 12/8/1971

FF 22 - Committee Meeting, 2/9/1972

FF 23 - Committee Meeting, 3/14/1972 (cancelled)

FF 24 - Committee Meeting, 3/28/1972

FF 25 - Committee Meeting, 4/20/1972

FF 26 - Committee Meeting, 4/25/1972

FF 27 - Committee Meeting, 6/14/1972

FF 28 - Committee Meeting, 8/2/1972 (cancelled)

FF 29 - Committee Meeting, 8/10/1972

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Six - Press Files
Box 11

FF 1 - Chairman - Congressional Record Insertions Regarding House Committee on Internal Security, 11/1969-3/1970

FF 2 - Chairman - Congressional Record Insertions Regarding House Committee on Internal Security, 3/1970-12/1970

FF 3 - Chairman - Drafts of Material for Congressional Record, 11/10/1969-12/29/1970

FF 4 - Chairman - Speeches, 3/31/1969-10/16/1970

FF 5 - Congressional Record - Drafts of Inserts, 4/30/1970-8/14/1972

FF 6 - Congressional Record Inserts, 1/9/1973-2/19/1973

FF 7 - Congressional Record Summary Sheets, 2/1970-11/1970

FF 8 - Congressional Record Summary Sheets, 1/1971-10/1972

FF 9 - Congressional Record Summary Sheets, 1/1973-3/1973

FF 10 - Honoraria Survey/Congressional Record Inserts, 10/13/1970-4/6/1971

FF 11 - Honoraria Survey/Congressional Record Inserts (for Mr. Ichord), 10/13/1970-4/6/1971

FF 12 - Ichord, Richard H., 10/9/1972-11/21/1972

FF 13 - Miscellaneous Congressional Record, 5/22/1970-10/16/1972

FF 14 - Miscellaneous Congressional Record (cont'd), 3/10/1970-1/20/1973

FF 15 - Missouri Politics - General, 9/7/1969-11/22/1972

FF 16 - News Clippings, 1968

FF 17 - News Clippings, 1969

FF 18 - News Clippings, 1970

FF 19 - News Clippings, 1970 (cont'd)

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Six - Press Files (cont'd)
Box 12

FF 1 - News Clippings, 1971

FF 2 - News Clippings, 1972

FF 3 - Newsletters, 3/1969-3/7/1973

FF 4 - Newspaper Publicity Policy, 12/11/1969-1/22/1973

FF 5 - Press Clipping Service and Weekly Clipping Reports, 8/11/1970-4/26/1971

FF 6 - Press Clipping Service and Weekly Clipping Reports, 4/30/1971-1/3/1972

FF 7 - Press Clipping Service and Weekly Clipping Reports, 1/10/1972-8/21/1972

FF 8 - Press Clipping Service and Weekly Clipping Reports, 8/28/1972-3/7/1973

FF 9 - Press Clippings, 3/30/1965 - ca. 1967

FF 10 - Press Contacts, 10/14/1969-2/21/1973

FF 11 - Press Coverage, 7/2/1970-2/16/1973

FF 12 - Press Release Procedures, 1/26/1971-8/21/1972

FF 13 - Press Releases, 2/18/1969 - ca. 12/14/1970

FF 14 - Press Releases (cont'd), 2/18/1971-2/1/1973

FF 15 - Public Information Committee, 2/1/1971-7/9/1971

FF 16 - Radio Scripts, 10/27/1970-2/24/1972

FF 17 - Speeches, 1/22/1971-1/19/1973

FF 18 - Speeches - Staff, 4/14/1969-11/1/1972

FF 19 - Students for a Democratic Society - Congressional Record, 6/4/1969-12/1/1970

FF 20 - Washington Post Correspondence, 1/6/1969-3/6/1972

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Seven - Chronological Stenographer's Files
Box 13

FF 1 - Correspondence, 1/8/1971-4/30/1971

FF 2 - Correspondence, 5/1/1971-6/30/1971

FF 3 - Correspondence, 7/1/1971-8/31/1971

FF 4 - Correspondence, 9/1/1971-10/31/1971

FF 5 - Correspondence, 11/1/1971-12/31/1971

FF 6 - Correspondence, 1/1/1972-2/29/1972

FF 7 - Correspondence, 3/1/1972-5/31/1972

FF 8 - Correspondence, 6/1/1972-8/31/1972

FF 9 - Correspondence, 9/1/1972-12/31/1972

FF 10 - Correspondence, 1/1/1973-2/28/1973

FF 11 - Correspondence, 3/1/1973-4/30/1973

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Eight - Publications - House Committee on Un-American Activities, 1938-1968 and House Committee on Internal Security, 1969
Box 14

Item 1 Committee on Un-American Activities Cumulative Index to Publications, 1938-1954

Item 2 Committee on Internal Security Supplement to Cumulative Index to Publications of the Committee on Un-American Activities, 1955-1968

Item 3 Committee on Un-American Activities House of Representatives Hearings and Reports on Communist Activities in the Central California Area, pages 1-1312, 90th Congress, 1st Session, 1967

Item 4 Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Internal Security Cumulative Index Second Supplement (1961-1966) 90th Congress, 1st Session, 1967

Item 5 Committee on Un-American Activities House of Representatives Hearings and Reports on the Activities of the Ku Klux Klan Organization in the U.S., Part 5, Reports and Index to Parts 1-5, 90th Congress, 1st and 2nd Sessions, 1967-1968

Item 6 Committee on Un-American Activities House of Representatives Hearings and Reports, Amending the Subversive Activities Control Act of 1950, part I, 90th Congress, 2nd Secession, 1968

Item 7 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings, Investigation of Students for a Democratic Society Part I - A (Georgetown University), Vol. 1, pages 1- 1651, 91st Congress, 1st Session, 1969

Item 8 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings and Reports, Investigation of for a Democratic Society Part 5 (University of Chicago; Communist Party Efforts with Regard to SDS), Vol. 2, Pages 1653-2612, 91st Congress, 1st Session, 1969

Item 9 Committee on Un-American Activities House of Representatives Consultation with Dr. Gerhart Niemeyer, The Irrationality of Communism, 85th Congress, 2nd Session, 8/8/1958

Item 10 Committee on Un-American Activities House of Representatives Report, Facts on Communism, Volume II: The Soviet Union, from Lenin to Khrushchev, 86th Congress, 2nd Session, 12/1960

Series Two - House Committee on Internal Security (cont'd)
Sub-Series Eight - Publications - House Committee on Un-American Activities, 1938-1968 and House Committee on Internal Security, 1969 (cont'd)
Box 15

Item 1 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings, Black Panther Party Part I: Investigation of the Kansas City Chapter and National Organization Data, Vol. 1, Pages 2613-3841, 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970

Item 2 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings Relating to the New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam Part I, Vol. 2, Pages 3843-5119, 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970

Item 3 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings and Reports Regarding the Administration of the Subversion Activities Control Act of 1950 and the Federal Civilian Employee Loyalty-Security Program Part I, Vol. 3, pages 5121-5650, 91st Congress, 2nd Session, 1970

Item 4 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings on the Theory and Practice of Communism in 1971 Part 1-A, Vol. 1, Pages 1-1839, 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971

Item 5 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings on the National Peace Action Coalition (NPAC) and the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice (PCPJ) Part 2, Vol. 2, Pages 1841-3527, 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971

Item 6 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings on the National Peace Action Coalition (NPAC) and the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice (PCPJ) Part 4, Vol. 3, Pages 3529-5382, 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971

Item 7 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings on the Theory and Practice of Communism in 1971 (Latin American) Part 3, Vol. 4, Pages 5383-6380, 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971

Item 8 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings and Reports, Investigation of Attempts to Subvert the U.S. Armed Services Part 1, Vol. 5, Pages 6381-6843, 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971

Item 9 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Report, 92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1972

Item 10 Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings on Loyalty-security, Part 4 and Investigation of Attempts to Subvert the U.S. Armed Services Part 2, Pages 6845-8166, 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, 1972

FF 1 - Materials removed from paperback copy of Committee on Internal Security House of Representatives Hearings relating to Various Bills to Repeal the Emergency Detention Act of 1950 - including "Rules of Procedure, Committee on Internal Security", 1/1973; "The FBI's Role in the Field of Civil Rights", by John Edgar Hoover, 8/1963; "FBI and Civil Rights", by Roscoe Drummond, 9/1963; and "What You Can Do to Fight Communism", by J. Edgar Hoover, n.d.

Watergate Hearing with Sanders, Howard Baker, and Sam Ervin, ca. 1973
Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities
(left to right) Donald Sanders, Howard Baker, unknown, Sam Ervin
ca. 1973
C:22/9/1
University Archives
University of Missouri-Columbia

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities
Sub-Series One - Watergate Investigation
Sub-Sub Series One - Watergate Investigation Files
Box 16

FF 1 - Alexander Butterfield, 1973-1974

FF 2 - John Dean III, 1973

FF 3 - Jeb Stuart Magruder, 1973

FF 4 - Robert Mardian, 1973

FF 5 - Powell Moore, 1973

FF 6 - Marumoto, 1973

FF 7 - Robert C. Odle, ca. 1973

FF 8 - Kenneth W. Parkinson, 1973

FF 9 - John Mitchell, ca. 1973

FF 10 - Donald Segretti, ca. 1973

FF 11 - Henry Petersen, 1973

FF 12 - Herbert L. Porter, 1971-1973

FF 13 - Hugh Sloan, 1973

FF 14 - Gordon Strachan, 1973

FF 15 - James W. McCord, Jr., 1973

FF 16 - Questions for Robert Stone, ca. 1973

FF 17 - Frank Sturgis, 1973

FF 18 - Maurice Stans, 1969-1974

FF 19 - Ulasewicz, 1973

FF 20 - David Young, 1973

FF 21 - Vernon G. Walters, 1973

FF 22 - Rosemary Woods, 1974

FF 23 - Ronald Ziegler, 1973-1975

FF 24 - Chronology of Events on Watergate and Committee's Chronological Sequence, 1973

FF 25 - Chronological Summaries, 1972-1973

FF 26 - Miscellaneous Interviews, 1973-1974

FF 27 - Watergate Miscellaneous, 1973-1974

FF 28 - Responsiveness Program, 1974

FF 29 - Witnesses, ca. 1973-1974

FF 30 - Witness List, 1973

FF 31 - Schedule of Interviews, 1973

FF 32 - Lists of Completed Interviews, 1973

FF 33 - Floor Plan (Watergate Offices), 1972-1973

FF 34 - Charts and Rosters, ca. 1972-1974

FF 35 - Sequence of Events Extracted from the Washington Post, 1974

Small Box - Investigation (Lead) Cards

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series One - Watergate Investigation (cont'd)
Sub-Sub Series Two - Watergate Administrative Files
Box 17

FF 1 - FBI File Access plus IRS, 1973

FF 2 - Senator Baker, 1973-1974

FF 3 - Select Committee Meetings, 1973-1974

FF 4 - Administrative Conference, ca. 1973

FF 5 - Lists of Files, n.d.

FF 6 - Complaints and Telephone Calls, 1973-1974

FF 7 - Senate Input Work Sheet, 1973

FF 8 - Administrative Matters, 1973-1974

FF 9 - Investigative Assignments, 1973

FF 10 - Investigators' Applications (includes photo of William H. Stapleton), 1972-1973

FF 11 - Mandate, Rules, Guides, 1969-1974

FF 12 - Witnesses Scheduled, 1973

FF 13 - Congressman Garry Brown, 1974

FF 14 - Authorization form for the Removal of Material from Cage, ca. 1973

FF 15 - Select Committee Personnel List, 1973-1974

FF 16 - Dictated Notes, 1973

FF 17 - Dictated Notes, 1973

FF 18 - Dictated Notes, 1973

FF 19 - Printing of Committee Material, 1973-1974

FF 20 - CIA Concerns on Releasing Documents, 1974

FF 21 - Minority Staff Report on Political Espionage, 1974

FF 22 - Sanders' Notes on Watergate and Related Activities, 1974

FF 23 - Senate Source Document Report, ca. 1973-1974

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Two - Financial Investigation
Box 18

FF 1 - Finances - General, 1972-1974

FF 2 - Democratic Finances, 1972-1974

FF 3 - Republican Finances, 1973-1974

FF 4 - Republican Contributor List, 1973

FF 5 - McGovern Campaign, 1972-1974

FF 6 - Muskie Campaign, 1971-1974

FF 7 - Humphrey Campaign, 1973-1974

FF 8 - Jackson Campaign, 1973

FF 9 - Lindsay Campaign, 1973-1974

FF 10 - Wallace Campaign, 1973

FF 11 - Gravel Campaign, n.d.

FF 12 - Hartke Campaign, 1973

FF 13 - Miscellaneous Candidates, 1972-1973

FF 14 - John Loeb, 1972-1974

FF 15 - Leo M. Harvey, 1973

FF 16 - Stewart R. Mott, 1972-1973

FF 17 - Duncan/Dilbeck, 1973

FF 18 - Max Palevsky, 1972-1973

FF 19 - Alejandro Zaffaroni, 1973

FF 20 - American Shipbuilding, 1970-1973

FF 21 - United Farm Workers, 1973

FF 22 - Union Questionnaires, 1972-1974

FF 23 - Union Inquires, 1973

FF 24 - Corporate Questionnaires, 1973

FF 25 - Corporate Inquires, 1973

FF 26 - Individual Questionnaires, ca. 1973

FF 27 - Patman Committee Report, 1972-1973

FF 28 - Patman Committee Second Report, 1972

FF 29 - Citizen's Research Foundation Publication - Listing of Political Contributors in the 1972 Presidential Campaign, ca. 1972

FF 30 - Library of Congress Research, n.d.

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Two - Financial Investigation (cont'd)
Box 19

FF 1 - General Accounting Office (GAO) Report, 1972-1974

FF 2 - GAO Testimony, 1973

FF 3 - Bob Dole Letters to GAO, 1972

FF 4 - Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing (3-M), 1972-1973

FF 5 - 3-M Exhibits, 1968-1973

FF 6 - Financial Data, n.d.

FF 7 - Primary Data, n.d.

FF 8 - Hertz, 1973-1974

FF 9 - Financial Investigation - Miscellaneous, 1973

FF 10 - Carnation Company, 1973-1974

FF 11 - Milk Fund, 1971-1974

FF 12 - Howard Hughes, 1973

FF 13 - Republican Finances - Hispanic, 1973

FF 14 - Gulf Oil, 1973

FF 15 - White House Papers on Milk and ITT, 1974

FF 16 - IBM, n.d.

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Three - Milk Investigation (AMPI)
Box 20

FF 1 - Dairymen, Inc. Interviews, 1973-1974

FF 2 - Justice Department - Interviews and Documents, 1973-1974

FF 3 - Campaign Committees - House and Senate, 1972-1974

FF 4 - Associated Milk Producers, Inc. (AMPI) Questionnaire, 1974

FF 5 - AMPI - Replies to Questionnaire, 1974

FF 6 - Witness Summaries and Hearing Briefs, 1974

FF 7 - Dairy Trust Contributions, 1974

FF 8 - Witness Lists, 1974

FF 9 - Nixon Subpoenas, 1974

FF 10 - Administrative, 1974

FF 11 - Inventory of Weitz Files, 1974

FF 12 - Research and Investigative Assignments, 1971, 1973-1974

FF 13 - Miscellaneous Interviews, 1971-1974

FF 14 - Media Coverage, 1973-1974

FF 15 - Report Presented to AMPI Board of Directors, 1974

FF 16 - Miscellaneous - including Bank Records and Checks, 1970-1974

FF 17 - Jack Chestnut Interview and Final Report Draft, 1973-1974

FF 18 - Humphrey Finances, 1973-1974

FF 19 - AMPI Officials Interviews and Testimonies, 1973-1974

FF 20 - AMPI Officials Interviews, 1968, 1972-1974

FF 21 - Mills Campaign, 1972, 1974

FF 22 - Improper Financial Contributions to Presidential Candidates, 1973-1974

FF 23 - AMPI Solicitation of Congressmen, 1970-1974

FF 24 - Handwritten Notes from a Telephone Conversation with Robert Lilly, n.d.

FF 25 - Handwritten Notes on AMPI, 1973-1974

FF 26 - Handwritten Notes on AMPI , 1973-1974

FF 27 - Handwritten Notes on AMPI , 1972-1974

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Four - Other Committee Investigations
Box 21

FF 1 - Bellino Investigation Inquiries and Reports, 1960, 1969, 1973

FF 2 - Bellino Investigation Allegations and Interviews, 1960, 1965-1967, 1973

FF 3 - IRS - Political use of Governmental Agencies, 1960, 1969-1973

FF 4 - Police Response to Watergate Break-in, 1973

FF 5 - Jack Anderson's Columns, 1973

FF 6 - W. Donald Stewart, 1973-1974

FF 7 - Obtaining IRS Records, 1973-1974

FF 8 - Cartha D. De Loach (Assistant to the Director of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover), 1964, 1973-1974

FF 9 - Dirty Tricks - General, 1973

FF 10 - Dirty Tricks - Activities Directed at Republicans, 1972-1973

FF 11 - Dirty Tricks - Non-Republican Activities - mainly McGovern, 1972-1973

FF 12 - Double Agent, 1972-1974

FF 13 - Legal - Lawsuit - Select Committee v. President, 1973

FF 14 - Legal - Research, 1970, 1973

FF 15 - Legal - Legislative Recommendations, 1973-1974

FF 16 - Legal - Sturgis Habeas Corpus, 1973

FF 17 - Legal - Subpoenas, 1973

FF 18 - Legal - Subpoena Copies, 1973

FF 19 - Legal - Presidential Statements, 1973-1974

FF 20 - Legal - Center for Study of Democratic Institutions (Administrative Matters), 1973

FF 21 - Legal - Federal Corruption Practices Act, n.d.

FF 22 - Legal - Indictments, 1974

FF 23 - Legal - Watergate Special Prosecution Force, 1974

FF 24 - Legal - U.S. v. Nixon; Nixon v. Warner Communications Inc. Et al.; Nixon v. Administrator of General Services, 1974, 1977-1978

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Five - Committee Report Drafts
Box 22

FF 1 - Humphrey Report - Drafts - 6/4/74 Version

FF 2 - Humphrey Report - Drafts - 6/24/74 Version

FF 3 - Humphrey Report - Drafts - 6/26/74 Version

FF 4 - Humphrey Report - Drafts - 7/9/74 Version

FF 5 - Humphrey Report - Draft changes to 7/9/74 Version

FF 6 - Humphrey Report - Drafts notes, n.d.

FF 7 - Humphrey Report Memos, 1974

FF 8 - Humphrey Report Source Memos, 1973-1974

FF 9 - Humphrey Report - Exhibits Omitted from Final Draft, 1968-1974

FF 10 - Humphrey Report - Research and Initial Draft, 1974

FF 11 - Humphrey Report - Copies of Draft, n.d.

FF 12 - Humphrey Report - Secondary Draft, n.d.

FF 13 - Humphrey Report - Financial Element, ca. 1974

FF 14 - Mills Report Memos, 1974

FF 15 - Mills Report Research, Outline, Draft, n.d.

FF 16 - Mills Report Source Documents, 1973-1974

FF 17 - Mills Report - Original, n.d.

FF 18 - Mills Report - Working Drafts, n.d.

FF 19 - Mills Report Draft - 6/24/74 Version

FF 20 - Mills Report Draft - 6/26/74 Version

FF 21 - Mills Report Draft - 7/8/74 Version

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Six - Donald Sanders - Personal Office Files and Photographs
Box 23

FF 1 - Office Expenses, 1969, 1973-1974

FF 2 - Media Clippings, 1973-1974

FF 3 - Personal Correspondence, 1973-1975, 1979, 1982

FF 4 - To be Dictated or Followed, n.d.

FF 5 - DGS Copies: Memoranda, Statements, etc., 1972-1973

FF 6 - Former Agents Society, 1967, 1973

FF 7 - Correspondence and Speeches, 1974

FF 8 - Senate Financial Disclosure, 1974

FF 9 - Contacts Card File, 1968-1973

FF 10 - Select Committee Stationary, n.d.

FF 11 - Watergate Committee - Office of the Deputy Minority Counsel, 1972, 1974

FF 12 - Autographed Photos from Various Senators and Congressmen, 1972-1982

FF 13 - Watergate Committee Staff Photos, 1971-1974

FF 14 - Photos of Watergate Committee Hearings, 1971-1973

FF 15 - Photos of Watergate Committee Hearings, ca. 1973

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Seven - Donald Sanders - Watergate Activities and Events, Post Hearings
Box 23 (cont'd)

FF 16 - The Center: 1973 Conference on Constitutional Principles

FF 17 - The Center: 1973 Conference on Constitutional Principles

FF 18 - The Center: 1973 Conference on Constitutional Principles

FF 19 - The Center: 1973 Conference on Constitutional Principles

FF 20 - The Center: 1973 Conference on Constitutional Principles

FF 21 - The Center: 1973 Conference on Constitutional Principles

FF 22 - Fred Thompson, Senators Baker and Ervin, and MU Alumni Association, 1973-1976, 1993

FF 23 - Watergate Committee Reunion, etc., 1992

FF 24 - Articles from Parade and NY Times Magazines, 1973-1974

FF 25 - Address to Rotary Club on April 2, 1987

FF 26 - Watergate Reminiscence Article (Published in Journal of American History) and Speech, 1979, 1987-1989, 1993-1995

FF 27 - Watergate Reminiscence - Working Drafts, 1987

FF 28 - Watergate Reunion - Audiotapes and Slides, ca. 1992-1995

FF 29 - Correspondence with BBC and the Discovery Channel, 1992-1994

FF 30 - Correspondence with Journal of American History on Watergate Article, 1987-1989, 1996

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Eight - Press Clippings and Periodical Copies for Watergate and Other Investigations
Box 24

FF 1 - News Clippings, 1973-1976, 1997

FF 2 - News Clippings, "Watergate Articles," 1989, 1992

FF 3 - News Clippings, "Senator Baker - Media," 1973-1974

FF 4 - News Clippings, "HISC News Clippings," 1962, 1969-1976

FF 5 - News Clippings, "DGS - Watergate - Photos, Media," 1973-1975

FF 6 - News Clippings, "Watergate Certificate, Credentials, Mills & Humphrey Clippings, Pictures & Letters," 1974

FF 7 - News Clippings, "Watergate (Miscellaneous)," 1974-1976

FF 8 - News Clippings, "Watergate Clips, Etc.," 1972-1976, 1991-1995

FF 9 - News Clippings, 1956-1997

FF 10 - News Clippings, "Miscellaneous - Undated," n.d.

FF 11 - News Clippings, 2-3/1973

FF 12 - News Clippings, 4/1973

FF 13 - News Clippings, 4/1973 (cont'd)

FF 14 - News Clippings, 5/1973

FF 15 - News Clippings, 5/1973 (cont'd)

FF 16 - News Clippings, 5/1973 (cont'd)

FF 17 - News Clippings, 6/1973

FF 18 - News Clippings, 6/1973 (cont'd)

FF 19 - News Clippings, 7/1-5/1973

FF 20 - News Clippings, 7/16-19/1973

FF 21 - News Clippings, 7/20-31/1973

FF 22 - News Clippings, 7/1973 (cont'd)

FF 23 - News Clippings, 8/1973

FF 24 - News Clippings, 8/1973 (cont'd)

FF 25 - News Clippings, 9/1973

FF 26 - News Clippings, 9/1973 (cont'd)

FF 27 - News Clippings, 10/1973

FF 28 - News Clippings, 11/1973

FF 29 - News Clippings, 12/1973

FF 30 - News Clippings, 1/1974

FF 31 - News Clippings, 2/1974

FF 32 - News Clippings, 4/1974

FF 33 - News Clippings, 5/1974

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Eight - Press Clippings and Periodical Copies for Watergate and Other Investigations (cont'd)
Box 25

FF 1 - Periodicals, 4/1973

FF 2 - Periodicals, 5/1973

FF 3 - Periodicals, 6/1973

FF 4 - Periodicals, 7/1973

FF 5 - Periodicals, 8/1973

FF 6 - Periodicals, 9/1973

FF 7 - Periodicals, 10/1973

FF 8 - Periodicals, 11/1973

FF 9 - Periodicals, 12/1973

FF 10 - Periodicals, 1/1974

FF 11 - Periodicals, 2/1974

FF 12 - Periodicals, 3/1974

FF 13 - Periodicals, 4/1974

FF 14 - Periodicals, 5/1974

FF 15 - Periodicals, 7/1974

FF 16 - Periodicals, 8/1974

FF 17 - Time, 10/07/1974

FF 18 - Reader's Digest, 6/1975

FF 19 - Periodicals, 1/1977

FF 20 - Periodicals, 2/1977

FF 21 - Periodicals, 1991-1992

FF 22 - Periodicals, 1999

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Nine - Printed and Duplicated - Senate Select Committee and Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities Publications
Box 25 (cont'd)

Item 1 Submission of Recorded Presidential Conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives by President Nixon, April 30, 1974

Item 2 Impeachment of Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States, Report - House Committee on the Judiciary, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, August 20, 1974

Item 3 Impeachment: Selected Materials - House Committee on the Judiciary, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, October 1973

Item 4 Election Reform: Basic References - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Nine - Printed and Duplicated - Senate Select Committee and Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities Publications (cont'd)
Box 26

Item 1 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 1, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 2 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 2, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 3 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 3, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 4 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 4, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 5 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 5, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 6 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 6, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 7 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 7, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 8 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 8, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 9 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase I: Watergate Investigation, Book 9, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 10 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase II: Watergate Investigation, Book 10, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 11 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase II: Watergate Investigation, Book 11, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 12 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase II: Watergate Investigation, Book 12, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 13 Senate Select Committee Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities,
Phase III: Watergate Investigation, Book 13, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1973

Item 14 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 14, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 15 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 15, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 16 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 16, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 17 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 17, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 18 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 18, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 19 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 19, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 20 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 20, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 21 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 21, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 22 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 22, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 23 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 23, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 24 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 24, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 25 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Book 25, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 26 Appendix to the Hughes-Rebozo Investigation: Exhibits Relating to Chapter 8 of final Report, Book 26, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session (paper), 1974

Item 27 Indexes to the Public Hearings, 93rd Congress, 1st Session (paper), 1974

Item 28 Appendix to the Hearings: Legal Documents Relating to the Select Committee Hearings, Part I, 93rd Congress (paper), 1974

Item 29 Appendix to the Hearings: Legal Documents Relating to the Select Committee Hearings, Part II, 93rd Congress (paper), 1974

Item 30 Draft of the Select Committee's Final Report, Part 1, 93rd Congress (paper), 1974

Item 31 Draft of the Select Committee's Final Report, Part 2, 93rd Congress (paper), 1974

Item 32 Draft of the Select Committee's Final Report, Part 3, 93rd Congress (paper), 1974

Item 33 Final Report of the Select Committee, 93rd Congress (paper), 1974

Series Three - Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities (cont'd)
Sub-Series Nine - Printed and Duplicated - Senate Select Committee and Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities Publications (cont'd)
Box 27

Item 1 Hearing on Watergate and Related Activities, Phase I, Watergate Investigation, Books 1, 2, and 3, Vol. I, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 (hardback)

Item 2 Hearing on Watergate and Related Activities, Phase I, Watergate Investigation, Books 4, 5, and 6, Vol. II, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 (hardback)

Item 3 Hearing on Watergate and Related Activities, Phase I, Watergate Investigation, Books 7, 8, and 9, Vol. III, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 (hardback)

Item 4 Hearing on Watergate and Related Activities, Phase II, Campaign Practices, Books 10, 11, and 12, Vol. IV, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 (hardback)

Item 5 Committee Print Election Reform Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Phase III Campaign Financing, Book13 Index, Books, 1-13, Vol. V, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, 1973 (hardback)

Item 6 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Milk Fund Investigation, Books 14, 15, and 16, Vol. VI, 93rd Congress, 1st and 2nd Sessions, 1973-74 (hardback)

Item 7 Executive Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Milk Fund Investigation and Responsiveness Program, Books 17, 18, and 19, Vol. VII, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 (hardback)

Item 8 Executives Session Hearings on Watergate and Related Activities, Hughes-Rebozo and Related Matters, Books 20, 21, and 22, Vol. VIII, 93rd Congress, 1st and 2nd Sessions, 1973-74 (hardback)

Item 9 Executives Session Hearings on Hughes-Rebozo and Related Matters, Books 23 and 24, Supplement Material on Campaign Practices and Finances and Related Matters, Book 25, Vol. IX, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 (hardback)

Item 10 Appendix to the Hearings, Legal Documents Relating to the Select Committee Hearings, Part I and II, Vol. X, 93rd Congress, 1st and 2nd Sessions, 1974 (hardback)

Item 11 Appendix to the Hughes-Rebozo Investigation and the Final Report, Book 26, Vol. XI, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 1974 (hardback)

Series Four - Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Box 28

FF 1 - AEC Study of Extension of Price-Anderson to Diversion Incidents, 1974

FF 2 - Reactor Safety and Security Agency Studies, 1974-1976

FF 3 - Security Agency Studies, 1974-1976

FF 4 - Actions to Protect Nuclear Power Plants and Material Shipments, 1974-1975

FF 5 - Nuclear Power Plant Security, 1974-1975

Department of Defense travel - Sanders with Anwar Sadat, Hosni Mubarak, and others
Department of Defense Travels in Egypt
Donald Sanders, Anwar Sadat, Hosni Mubarak, and others
1975
C:22/9/1
University Archives
University of Missouri-Columbia

Series Five - Department of Defense (DOD)
Sub Series One - General Files 1974-1977
Box 29

FF 1 - Appointment Book, 1/13/1975-6/9/1975

FF 2 - Appointment Book, 6/10/1975-11/11/1975

FF 3 - Appointment Book, 11/19/1975-2/23/1976

FF 4 - Camp David Legislative Conference, 2/7/1976-3/11/1976

FF 5 - Club Information, Bills, Receipts, etc., 10/24/1974-1/21/1977

FF 6 - Communication Log, 1/30/1975-6/30/1975

FF 7 - Communication Log, 7/1/1975-1/9/1976

FF 8 - Correspondence, 1/1/1975-5/31/1975

FF 9 - Correspondence, 6/1/1975-12/31/1975

FF 10 - Correspondence, 1/1/1976-6/30/1976

FF 11 - Correspondence, 7/1/1976-12/31/1976

FF 12 - Correspondence, 1/1/1977-6/30/1977

FF 13 - Department of Defense Stationary, ca. 1975-1977

FF 14 - Donald G. Sanders' Personnel File, 5/23/1975-5/16/1977 (contains several official photographs of Sanders)

FF 15 - Personal, 2/14/1974-6/13/1975 (contains several official photographs of Sanders as well as other shots of office personnel)

FF 16 - Personal Correspondence, 11/7/1974-11/4/1976

FF 17 - Personal Notes, 1975-1977

FF 17A - Personal - Photographs - Pentagon (River Entrance, Defense Department awards), 1976

FF 18 - Select Committee on Intelligence Operations (Senate Resolution 21), 1/21/1975-2/27/1975

FF 19 - Speech Material, 4/25/1974-12/3/1976

FF 20 - Speeches - East Tennessee State University ROTC Dining In, 4/30/1976

FF 21 - Speeches - New Mexico State Convention of the Air Force Association, 5/1/1976

FF 22 - Speeches - University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 12/2/1976

FF 23 - Speeches - Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 11/18/1976

FF 24 - Telephone Call Log Book, 12/18/1975-3/24/1976

FF 25 - Telephone Call Log Book, 3/24/1976-6/23/1976

FF 26 - Telephone Call Log Book, 6/23/1976-8/9/1976

FF 27 - Telephone Call Log Book, 8/10/1976-12/17/1976

FF 28 - Telephone Call Log Book, 12/18/1976-2/24/1977

FF 29 - Travel by Members of Congress on Official Business, 9/17/1976-11/5/1976

FF 30 - Travel Directives, Vouchers, etc., 4/21/1975-8/9/1976

Series Five - Department of Defense (DOD) (cont'd)
Sub Series Two - Administration and Budget Files 1968-1978
Box 30

FF 1 - Budget Legislation, 4/15/1972-7/22/1976

FF 2 - Budget Reports, 1976-1978

FF 3 - Department of Defense Stationary, n.d.

FF 4 - FBI Directories, 6/4/1968-7/21/1972

FF 5 - Fiscal Year 1977 Reference Book

FF 6 - Foreign Officer Directories, 3/1976 and 5/1979

FF 7 - Furnishing Classified Documents to Congress, 2/20/1971-7/7/1976

FF 8 - Legislative Affairs Directory and Administrative Data, 7/1974-2/1977

FF 9 - Legislative Affairs Planning, 8/6/1975-1/25/1977

FF 10 - Legislative Affairs Reference Book, 12/30/1975

FF 11 - Legislative Directories, 1975-1976

FF 12 - Military Publications, 10/11/1975-1/24/1977

FF 13 - Miscellaneous, 2/19/1976-1/4/1977

FF 14 - Personnel Transition, 11/9/1976-12/1/1976

FF 15 - Policy and Supporting Positions, 1975-1976

FF 16 - Resumes - Friends and Prospective Employees, 1976-1977

FF 17 - Sanders Reference Book, 1974-1977

FF 18 - Secretary of Defense Scheduled Meetings, 1/1976-3/1976

FF 19 - Senate Contact Logs, 1976-1977

FF 20 - Transition Book, 11/12/1976

FF 21 - Transition Briefing Material, 12/1/1976

FF 22 - Vote Analyses, 3/1976-1/17/1977

Series Five - Department of Defense (DOD) (cont'd)
Sub Series Three - Foreign Travel Files 1975-1977
Box 31

FF 1 - Austria, 3/31/1975-4/1/1975

FF 2 - Belgium, 3/31/1975-4/1/1975

FF 3 - Egypt, 8/8/1975-8/15/1975 (contains a photograph of Sanders with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat)

FF 3A - Travel Log for Europe and Middle East, 8/1975 [A11-79]

FF 4 - England, 4/6/1975-4/7/1975

FF 5 - France, 4/4/-4/6/1975

FF 6 - General File, 3/13/1975-12/22/1977 (includes two itinerary books for the European trip with daily handwritten notes)

FF 7 - Germany, 3/29/1975-4/5/1975

FF 8 - Hong Kong, n.d.

FF 9 - Indonesia, n.d.

FF 10 - Israel, 8/6/1975-8/8/1975

FF 11 - Italy, 8/2/1975-8/4/1975

FF 12 - Japan, n.d.

FF 13 - Philippines, ca. 1977

FF 13A - Travel Log for Asian Travel, 12/1977 [A11-79]

FF 14 - Photographs - Belgium, 3/31/1975-4/1/1975 (Grote Markt)

FF 15 - Photographs - Egypt, 8/8/1975-8/15/1975 (Sphinx, Pyramids, Sanders riding a camel, Mediterranean Coast)

FF 16 - Photographs - England, 4/6/1975-4/7/1975

FF 17 - Photographs - France, 4/4/-4/6/1975 (Notre Dame, Versailles, Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe)

FF 18 - Photographs - Germany, 3/29/1975-4/5/1975 (West German Military Maneuvers, Berlin Wall, East-West Border, Berlin, Egyptian Art, Charlottenburg)

FF 19 - Photographs - Israel, 8/6/1975-8/8/1975 (Wailing Wall, Dome of the Rock, Church of the Holy Sepulchre)

FF 20 - Photographs - Italy, 8/2/1975-8/4/1975 (Piazza Venezia, Monument to Victor Emmanuel II, Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius, Circus Maximus)

FF 21 - Photographs - Miscellaneous and Unidentified, 1975-1977

FF 22 - Photographs - Miscellaneous and Unidentified, 1975-1977 (cont'd)

FF 23 - Photographs - Poland, n.d. (World War II Memorial)

FF 18 - Slides from Europe trip, 3/28/1975-4/7/1975

FF 19 - Spain, 5/9/1975-8/12/1975

FF 20 - Switzerland, 8/10/1975-8/11/1975

FF 21 - Thailand, 1977

FF 22 - U.S.S. Nimitz (CVN 68), 6/21/1975-6/22/1975

Series Six - Senate Select Committee on Ethics
Sub Series One - General Files
Box 32

FF 1 - Senate Select Committee on Intelligence - Sub-committee on Investigations, 1976-1977 (includes publication - Annual Report to the Senate of the Select Committee on Intelligence, together with Additional Views, House Report No. 95-217, 5/18/1977)

FF 1A - Airport Begging, 12/8/1978-12/26/1979

FF 2 - Bills, 7/1/1974-11/15/1979

FF 3 - Australia - News Clippings, 12/12/1978-5/4/1977

FF 4 - Campaigns and Elections, 1/8/1980-9/9/1980

FF 5 - Case Assignments Master List, 7/17/1979-5/22/1980

FF 6 - Charges, 12/18/1978-4/26/1979

FF 7 - Conflict of Interest, 3/29/1977-10/31/1979

FF 8 - Dodd, Thomas J. Report, ca. 4/1967

FF 9 - Dodd, Thomas J. Resolutions, ca. 6/1967

FF 10 - Domestic Travel, n.d.

FF 11 - Dual Compensation, n.d.

FF 12 - Eardley Supplementary Brief and Confidential Memo, 7/16/1979-7/17/1979

FF 13 - Ethics Code, 7/1/1980

FF 14 - Ethics Code Revision Hearings, 11/19/1980-2/19/1982

FF 15 - Ethics Code Revision - Morgan Amendment, ca. 2/1980

FF 16 - FBI Undercover Guidelines, 1/5/1981

FF 17 - Financial Disclosure, 7/10/1981-10/4/1981

FF 18 - Foreign Travel, ca. 1/1978

FF 19 - Franking (Besides Newsletters), 7/18/1979-10/10/1979

FF 20 - General Ideas for Speech on Ethics Committee, ca. 1980-1982

FF 21 - Historical Development of Committee on Standards and Conduct, 1891-3/11/1982

FF 22 - Horn of Africa Strategic Importance, 3/10/1978-12/12/1978

FF 23 - Impressions, ca. 1982

FF 24 - Iran, 1/8/1980

FF 25 - Legal Research, n.d.

FF 26 - The Legislative Process, 4/23/1976-6/12/1980

FF 27 - Lobbying Act, 1976-11/14/1979

FF 28 - News Clippings/Leaks, 7/16/1978-4/23/1979

FF 29 - News Clippings - Miscellaneous, 1/9/1978-1/18/1982

FF 30 - Newsletter Considerations, 6/18/1979

FF 31 - Newsman's Privilege, 10/11/1977-8/2/1978

FF 32 - Office Administration, 10/15/1979-1/28/1980

FF 33 - Office Expenses (10% Account), 3/17/1977-11/29/1979

FF 34 - Personal, 7/8/1977-9/24/1981

FF 35 - Press Releases, 10/17/1977-4/2/1979

FF 36 - Public Literature on Intelligence, 7/1974-1979

FF 37 - Rules and Regulations of Senate, 3/15/1968-2/1/1978

FF 38 - Rule Proposals - Classified Data Project, 2/1/1978-1/11/1979

FF 39 - Rule Revisions, n.d.

FF 40 - Senate Committee on Ethics Jurisdiction, 3/8/1978-4/23/1979

FF 41 - Senate Office Contacts, n.d.

FF 42 - Senate Resolution 204, 1979

FF 43 - Senate Resolution 220 (Rule 42 Change), 3/28/1979-8/1/1979

FF 44 - Senate/U.S. Seal and Letterhead, 4/17/1978-6/8/1978

FF 45 - Taiwan, 7/2/1980-3/20/1981

FF 46 - Photographs of the Senate Ethics Committee, 1980 and 1982

Series Six - Senate Select Committee on Ethics (cont'd)
Sub Series Two - Committee Investigations and Hearings
Box 33

FF 1 - Cannon, Howard C. Case - General Information and News Clippings, 9/30/1979-6/13/1981

FF 2 - Cannon, Howard C. Case - Legal Research, ca. 1981

FF 3 - Cannon, Howard C. Case - Teamster Indictment, 3/1980-1982

FF 4 - Cannon, Howard C. Case - United States District Court Chicago Pleadings, 6/19/1968-7/1/1981

FF 5 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Administration, 5/3/1979-5/18/1979

FF 6 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Briefs, 6/1979

FF 7 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Briefs on Motion to Dismiss, 6/14/1979-7/25/1979

FF 8 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Evidence Analysis, 6/12/1979-6/14/1979

FF 9 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Final Report (Early Draft), 10/3/1979

FF 10 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Initial Review, n.d.

FF 11 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Lists of Exhibits and Witnesses, 4/1979

FF 12 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Miscellaneous, 4/18/1979-10/17/1979

FF 13 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Morgan Draft Report, ca. 7/1979

FF 14 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Morgan Floor Statement, 10/11/1979

FF 15 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Opening and Closing Statements, 4/30/1979-9/14/1979

FF 16 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Polygraph, 12/22/1978-4/4/1979

FF 17 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Resolution/Floor Action, 10/3/1979-10/11/1979

FF 18 - Talmadge, Herman E. Case - Stipulation of Fact, n.d.

FF 19 - Talmadge, Herman E. Court Room Sketches, 1979

Series Six - Senate Select Committee on Ethics (cont'd)
Sub Series Two - Committee Investigations and Hearings (cont'd)
Box 34

FF 1 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Bennett Material, 5/18/1981-8/4/1981

FF 2 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Briefing Notes, 5/1981

FF 3 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Civil Suit: Williams v. Bush, et al., 3/21/1980-11/18/1981

FF 4 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Diggs, Flood, et al. Expulsion Cases; ca. 1980

FF 5 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Digest of Due Process Hearing, n.d.

FF 6 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Digest of Trial Transcript by David Schiltz, ca. 3/1981-4/1981

FF 7 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Duplicate Exhibits, ca. 1/1979 (includes a photograph of Harrison A. Williams with undercover agent dressed as Arab businessman)

FF 8 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Expulsion of Williams in Senate Resolution 204, 9/3/1981

FF 9 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Floor Assistance, 1/26/1982-2/25/1982

FF 10 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Floor Debate Notes, 3/3/1982-3/11/1982

FF 11 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Legal Research, 6/7/1976-6/2/1981

FF 12 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Indictment/Particulars, n.d.

FF 13 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Pleadings Before Grand Jury, n.d.

FF 14 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Potential Questions and Appropriate Responses, n.d.

FF 15 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Pre-trial Hearing Notes, 1/2/1981-4/2/1981

FF 16 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Press Coverage and Public Statements, 2/5/1980-3/13/1982

FF 17 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Public Hearing Notes, 7/14/1981-7/28/1981

FF 18 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Public Statements, 5/4/1981-10/1/1981

FF 19 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Resignation Letter, 3/11/1982

FF 20 - Williams, Harrison A. Case - Trial Notes, 3/31/1981-4/23/1981

FF 21 - Senator Talmadge and Williams Cases, 1978-1979

Series Six - Senate Select Committee on Ethics (cont'd)
Sub Series Three - Printed and Duplicated - Senate Select Committee on Ethics, 97th Congress 1st and 2nd Sessions
Box 35

Item 1 - Investigation of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Government's Brief in Opposition to Senator Williams' Motion to Dismiss and for a New Trial, October 2, 1981

Item 2 - Investigation of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Senator Williams' Reply Briefs to the Government's Brief in Opposition to Senator Williams' Motion to Dismiss and for a New Trial, October 19, 1981

Item 3 - Investigation of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Response of Senator Williams to the Report of the Ethics Committee, September 18, 1981

Item 4 - Investigation of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Opinion of Judge George C. Pratt Denying Senator Williams' Motion to Dismiss his Indictment, for Judgment of Acquittal, and for New Trial, January 7, 1982

Item 5 - Investigation of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Opening Session Hearings, Vol.1, July 1981

Item 6 - Investigation of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Open Session Hearings, Exhibits Vol. 2, 1981

Item 7 - Transcript of Due Process Hearing (June 1981) in the Case of the United States v. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., et al. U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

Item 8 - Trial Proceedings (Trial Transcript Excepts and Tape Recording Transcripts) in the Case of the United States v. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., et al. Part 1 of 6 parts (Trial Transcript Pages 438-439 and 453-1747)

Item 9 - Trial Proceedings (Trial Transcript Excepts and Tape Recording Transcripts) in the Case of the United States v. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., et al. Part 2 of 6 parts (Trial Transcript Pages 1748-2849)

Item 10 - Trial Proceedings (Trial Transcript Excepts and Tape Recording Transcripts) in the Case of the United States v. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., et al. Part 3 of 6 parts (Trial Transcript Pages 2850-3747)

Item 11 - Trial Proceedings (Trial Transcript Excepts and Tape Recording Transcripts) in the Case of the United States v. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., et al. Part 4 of 6 parts (Trial Transcript Pages 3748-4822)

Item 12 - Trial Proceedings (Trial Transcript Excepts and Tape Recording Transcripts) in the Case of the United States v. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., et al. Part 5 of 6 parts (Trial Transcript Pages 4823-5723)

Item 13 - Trial Proceedings (Trial Transcript Excepts and Tape Recording Transcripts) in the Case of the United States v. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., et al. Part 6 of 6 parts (Appendix of Tape Recording Transcripts)

Item 14 - Report on the Investigation of Senator Herman E. Talmadge with Additional Views, June 1979

Item 15 - Report on the Investigation of Senator Herman E. Talmadge with Additional Views, Vol. I, April 1980

Item 16 - Open Session Hearings on the Investigation of Senator Herman E. Talmadge, Exhibits Vol. 3, 1980

Item 17 - Open Session Hearings on the Investigation of Senator Harrison Williams, Vol. II, 1979

Item 18 - Investigation of Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. Report of the Select Committee on Ethics, to Accompany S. Res. 204, 9/3/1981

Series Seven - Boone County Commission
Box 36

FF 1 - Accounting Sheets, ca. 1989

FF 2 - Administration Coordination, 6/23/1989-7/18/1990

FF 3 - Animal Control, 5/22/1989-10/16/1990

FF 4 - Armory, 7/1/1989-1/13/1990

FF 5 - Boone County 1988 Budget

FF 6 - Boone County 1989 Budget

FF 7 - Boone County 1990 Budget

FF 8 - Boone County 1996 Constitution Clippings, 3/3/1996-3/6/1996

FF 9 - Boone County Courthouse Renovation, 9/6/1989-1/25/1990

FF 10 - Boone County Courthouse Renovation, 1/25/1990-5/1/1990

FF 11 - Boone County Courthouse Renovation, 1/25/1990-2/14/1990

FF 12 - Boone County Journal Columns, 10/12/1989-1/2/1991

FF 13 - Boone County Journal Columns (cont'd)

FF 14 - Boone County News Clippings, 1991, 1/9/1991-7/25/1991

FF 15 - Boone Hospital 1989, 2/20/1989-5/25/1989

FF 16 - Campaign - Boone Election Results, 11/9/1988

FF 17 - Campaign - Budget, 1988

FF 18 - Campaign - Columbia Board of Realtors' Candidates Forum, 9/22/1988

FF 19 - Campaign - Correspondence, 1/23/1988-11/20/1988

FF 20 - Campaign - Douglass, Mary Ratchford (opponent), 6/10/1988-9/14/1988

FF 21 - Campaign - Finance, 4/12/1988-5/20/1988

FF 22 - Campaign - Media Effort, 9/19/1988-3/24/1989

FF 23 - Campaign - Memorabilia, 1/19/1988-1/1/1989

FF 24 - Campaign - Miscellaneous, 1/19/1988 - ca. 1989

FF 25 - Campaign - Newspaper Articles and Advertisements, 1/19/1988-10/23/1988

FF 26 - Campaign - Notes, Press Releases, Administration, 1/14/1988-1/9/1990

FF 27 - Campaign - Personnel, 4/25/1988

FF 28 - Campaign - Platform Committee, 4/25/1988-5/26/1988

FF 29 - Campaign - Position Papers and Speeches, 9/21/1988-10/26/1988

FF 30 - Campaign - Public Relations Brochure and Photographs, ca. 1988

FF 31 - Campaign - Public Relations Door-to-Door, Signs, Workers, 6/16/1988 - ca. 9/1988

FF 32 - Campaign - Public Relations Survey, 6/1988

FF 33 - Campaign - Primary Election Results, 6/20/1988-8/2/1988

FF 34 - Campaign - Receipts, 4/26/1988-9/16/1988

FF 35 - Clippings File, 5/27/1989-6/14/1990

FF 36 - Commissioners, 1/6/1989-12/26/1989 (contains photographs of county commissioners at work)

FF 37 - Congratulations Banner, ca. 11/1988

FF 38 - Correspondence, 5/6/1989-2/5/1990

FF 39 - County Charter Government, 1/30/1989-7/3/1991

FF 40 - County Government, 1/1989-11/13/1991

FF 41 - County Transition from Second to First Class, 1989

FF 42 - Courthouse - Clippings, Photographs, Groundbreaking, etc., 5/30/1989-5/1/1992

FF 43 - End of Term Congratulations, Correspondence, 12/1990

FF 44 - Financial, 1/9/1989-1/16/1991

FF 45 - Gateway Markers, 6/7/1990-12/31/1990

FF 46 - General County Information, Research, History, 1/1/1990-7/26/1990

FF 47 - Jail 1989, 11/8/1988-1/5/1991

FF 48 - Jail and Courthouse, 8/4/1988-9/17/1990

FF 49 - Katy Trail, 2/10/1988-5/31/1988

Series Seven - Boone County Commission (cont'd)
Box 37

FF 1 - Katy Trail Purchase, 7/20/1989-12/5/1990

FF 2 - Local Politics, 8/26/1991-4/25/1992

FF 3 - Meeting Agendas, 1/3/1989-12/27/1990

FF 4 - Miscellaneous, 1/1/1989-6/29/1992

FF 5 - Office Assistant, 1/30/1989-6/12/1989

FF 6 - Office Procedures, 2/14/1989-1/2/1990

FF 7 - Parks Committee - Katy Trail, Wetlands, Pipeline, 2/21/1990-1/7/1991

FF 8 - Personal, 3/24/1989-12/15/1990

FF 9 - Personal - Administration, 11/26/1988-7/27/1990

FF 10 - Personal Correspondence, 3/9/1989-8/22/1990

FF 11 - Photographs - Miscellaneous, 1988-1990 (contains photographs of campaign, P.R. photographs, and photograph of a painting of Sanders)

FF 12 - Planning and Zoning, 5/18/1989-12/13/1990

FF 13 - Political Races, 10/1989-11/1990

FF 14 - Roads and Bridges, 7/25/1989-11/24/1991

FF 15 - Slides - Boone County Gateway Highway Pictures, 1990

FF 16 - Slides - Finalists in Gateway Marker Competition, 1990

FF 17 - Waste, Recycling, Air Pollution, 6/22/1989-12/20/1990

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